The Panama American


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


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Panama -- Panama


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

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University of Florida
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country i safe" Abriham Lincoln.

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ZonianS Scaed Red
i Hit USS Lewis,

As Bo Almost Kil 7 Men

SSa fTOKYO, Oct. 22 (UP) Com-
|munist shore batteries scored
,ie 11t Kl- ks ~two direct hits on the destroy-
er escort USS Lewis off WonSan
on the Korean east coast yes-
terday killing seven men and
Over 125 passengers ret. ng the one-day ceremony at Porto- wounding one.
from the Festival of the lack belle. The Lewis was steaming tothe
Christ at Portobelo, were ly One of the clergymen, who aid of two Korean mine-sweep-
scared and shaken up t ore was scheduled to hold a service ers under fire from four to six
dawn today while theid Norms D, drifted around i [ al- didn't make it on time, said he was hit, amounted for
S jutheproosedthep~mnger hie te ,The first shell accounted for
most two hours inside o the roposedth p se hiea e the seven dead. It plowed into
Cristobal breakwater. Norm D to transit the Canal, the forwad t rowe Into
The 75-foot coastal cruise lett but everyone, it sems "took a the forward fire room on the
Poroblo as nihtat 6:& Jstdim view of that." starboard side, piercing the yes-
Portobelo last night at 10:3t, aust d n Gr n er perhaps sel's No. 1 boiler. The shell tail-
as It entered the breakiva t Another passenger, perhaps e'No1bilrThselfa-
about et the mrnni at robust than the rest, said despite ed to explode and later was tos-
bout w8e tais morning, a- the inconvenience and worry of sed overboard.
gne went dead and hthe o return vog the Festival The second shell hit the main
blinked off. of the Black ist "was worth deck on the port side and ex-
A strong current carried"f e ery minute oftrouble. poded The shrapnel slightly
boat so close to the breakwarer, minute of troub wounded one man. The Lewis
passengers felt they were in eat a steamed away under one boiler.
danger of-lermhW1. The 4 Ozi land, meanwhile, South
fed being ,ewnh g nw Cb "a soldiers recaptured
other craft auseithe t a nt Hill on Snider Ridge
were out. + *06. .0 two Chinese Communist
However, Navy esflcia s ,am-" t -,thaad churneds'
toox a differentt view. +r n t'heao ttei-
Navy spokesman said teta won the strtegic

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Pace To Make

Rent Decision.

By Friday

Senator Guy M. Gillette said yesterday that the
lethargy of the Panamd Canal Board of Directors in o
justing the tolls is "appalling" and pledged himself to
help Canal Zone employes fight the rent raises "eve
before Congress convenes."
Gillette, who met with officials of the newly-formen
Canal Zone Emergency Legislation Committee yesterday
afternoon for an hour-and-a-half conference remadgW:
"I have been struck in your presentation here "-h
the apparently haphazard organization policies wichk
have been followed by the Panam6 Canal."
Meanwhile a United Press dispatch from Wash
ton reported that Howard Munro, legislative represeato-
tive of the CZELC, had been promised a reply oa,1 ii
rent suspension request from Secretary of the Army fral
C. Pace, Jr. no later than Friday.

ltne P-;regular Navy picked i dlearinL weather brought a I
silhtne the distressedablpe.ofl | ,.. .' | e ptlion"of ethe air war. *In Munro delivered a lengthy let- Ithe Republic of Pa :ba
was asked f6r a tow ,Fla., Oct 22 P) A battles fought between ter outlining the rent increase been made apparent W-hit. :m
Joe & Marques. The ta brewed a Carib- Sabrefets and 11 Comn- complaints to the Assistant Sec- Gillette whole chaitran of tM
Captan they could da'y te Catat h 1g-15 Jets. the F-86's retary of the Army, Francis Middle East group ald that U-
Norma D t.t*o ed r for tw missing probably showdown one Mig and Shackleford this morning. Lin American aid hgs bee$ madr .
It. wU a 6 raid H ing of a damaged twoothers 't The CZELC's legislative repre- a secondary alm Inintead a Ok-
would ot-er 411I damage t1ative pro- mary ata w' whlet MM| .

404t, *a t d* -b e aetW a-d la reseed to PaeA a plad ..n.their l.
.oJMf the n al. "a R ior"m w uthe o Hd bxained that Munro's report gram. He coMm'n .:
Notma D was in 6 danger th gUard renewed he hunt i morewa e y a partial one, and said "However, t sees to me r
ported 'twoe mysterydcone an Is dat1moewg. I -to e-fr
S reported"n. *e twoemystery -ots and county smT r "In our opinion the present, hemispheric and national Inter-
nthe Nortt D drifted to a halJ dozen other craft in tow ln a TeTdul6nd Board, in applying Public Law est we should put our friensin
within 90 feet frlift the-breakwa, or dainlaa6i. s 1, scored 15 ragleuts and Board, In appl gtublcn.J~ s w~so~ u ~rf .
within wa0 feet f thereakwa or dtg aled a tunnel and supply area 841 of the 81st congress unjustly Latin America first.' '
tr, and We tWards It, TheMli weather bureau or- ibuth of Haeju. placed on Canal Company em-1 Walter Wagner, President of
her engine stated up. The cruis- der the aut plumthealrtat 7-:00T ployaes expenses which rightly be-I the Metal Trades Council-Cen-
, ran for, stance, but en- a.m. l tolMa te aIrlt r ia l; on* to the Company and which| trial Labor Unlin told the Sen-
tuntered trouble .again and rItig tropal bloW'with winds at-.-. -m aMo n -eev should have teen paid by the atoe he thought perhaps the
Ifted for over an hour before It ready up. to 5 miph in the south *A"nPr le ic Company out qf ship tolls." World Bank might help Pan-
t started homeward-bound. Craibean. about 460 miles south Attends Electrical Munro also cited as an example ma solve the local-rate ho-lf
of Havana. other companies, such as the problem.
"It was asIf -be Hand of.God Fair Inauguration United Fruit Cbmpany and Grace' Wagner told the*Senator also
eided us agaplnast danger," a pas- Coast auard planes and ships, Line, which furnish employes that thly would be able to fight
singer said, "because the Norma meanwhile, scanned the Atlan- NEW YORK, Oct. 22 (UP) quarters without cost. the rent increases with an open
D broke down just Inside of the tic for the two ships that called Panamanian Vice President Jost Imind if "we could get more tig-
breakwater where it was relative- for held 't the height of one of Ram6n Gulzado participated in The senator from Iowa who isiures." In answer to a question
ly calm. Outside of the break- the -w northeastern to lash the opening of the National Elec- on the Foreign Rel.tions Com-?put by the Senator as to what
water there were rough seas." the oda peninsula in recent trial Industries show here yes- mittee told CZELC officials that good a suspension would do. ex-
year. terday. Mayor Vincent Impellet- the brief presentation of the 'cept as a temporary alleviation,
The passengers many of whom uuaigcsesachlnv!thm
became sea sick. weredrenchd The blow which had whipped ter cicut the tape inaugurating case is a challenr.? to him to Wagner said h, felt it would give
became Iea rik were drenched the Atlantic with 58 mph winds the event. make a "personal study" of the the employes time to get more
when it rained heavily. They uht inndating rains on entire organizational set-up information from Washington
sought refuge under an inade-th ,thFl, t orda .ve.i b r s OGuizado said the "new govern- here. Wagner declared the reason
1uate cOvas covering. lowlands, was expected nmentofPanamb. headed by Pre-I Gillette was given a copy of given to the employes for. not
tNibbing on the remnants of to dAnminish but winds up to 35 ident Jose A. Rem6n. is plan- ithe letter drafted by employes on presenting all the facts and fit-
he/r plenic lunches passengers mDoh were forecast today for the ntnat reorganization of tariffs Zone to President Truman ures was that the figures would
are upset and frig h tened Mlatd area. so that theexportation of foods protesting the rent raise. The appear in the President's budget
throughout the trip. from Panama and the Imnortof chairman of yesterday's for the next fiscal year -
During yesterday's storm the product such as those exhibited ao. Rufus M. I oveladv. who He also pointed out to the Sta--
One of the passengers said she 07-foot shrimper Seafarer turn- here will be readjusted. liso heads the CZElT. nresenpd actor that in the States when
suspected something was. wrong ad over and went to the bottom R Ihea F.,nator with backrnund in- nts in various government n
when they left Portobello-be- .of he Atlantic with three Negrro RALIIOA TIlS. formation and a. resume of thelects ilknu TVA and Forent pr
eai the "engines sounded fun- a saw redy Thursday Oct. 23 ;onditlons which promoted ra-;ice were raised the employee
Tt*Panama -registered boat wsad te srie ar- HIGH .w nal worker to form the nrn-'were able to ecur housing and
said the shrimper app~ar- HIGH L01 I ., st rd byteronhmsI ei
w chartered by a reliios struck a reef In the ragingI6:03 a.m. 12:05a. m.ation to combat "drpstir n buy their own homes in neigh
Wrup Including ten ministers for wttel. 6:35 12:31 1. m inneessary rent nreesal Pnd boring towns This wasaanlmme
to "tinsixt or a complete Cpnal in- slbility here in the Canal EZone.
vestlirtlon." he said
fBBoat Companies H el ped -tivai"E "n'.'t-
Min II.ovelpdv said thin-s hnd ernwn E. W. Millspaugh. who at-l
forne for Panon C C'nql wnrkars tended the meeting, mentioned
KID I Bt CompfanViesw H l f~ duringg the rlt vepr d,,-tnoPub- the fact that the rent raises
S!le I.w 41 of the 8l t Convreds will "no doubt hurt Panam"
H* e told the ReiPtor --we sre he- since employee. do not have k
:ret Air a se in Greenland '.''t.==. :'+''. '''''''+h y "+
mr f IIno mqdr viclitm to a lq.%, we monev now that they oiAs
A r "lIG ree n la n d iw elleve ho not been properly in- spent willingly in Panama.
terore.ted." Millspaugh pointed out to the
fa.ned at the Thule project by Itelled against the cold and and arrived back at Fort Sherw- The Senator wea infnrmipd al- Senator that Canal workers hive
0la ay B. ep t enough to house seven to man late In August. so that durirp the last ficral vear to put somethingn aside"
magazine recently de-o n-ae men. They were equipped The personnel of Company C the Can]al tolls showprd P pI nrn-'their future se urity so wet
Aertbed the new air base as "a wtth oil heaters and electric who left the Canal Zone last fitof S3.o001000 pnd that tho tollstlpv retire thev can return to-he
modem engineering miracle" l eso the men reported no April were split into two groups for .shir have onl,, been adjust- statess and buy their own homeL
and a "strategically priceless cular hardships on that -one going to Harmon. New- ed s iqhtlv since 1114 HoVwever ulth the new rents. thff
X= In the U. S. panoply of de- foundland, the other to Ooose Lovelpdv alno -eainted mit that'won'I be able to do -o.
tea a guardian that ,looks worked seven days a Bay. Labrador. Much of their he h,, en Infnrmod frrm an Gillette said that factor struc
over the top of the1 hors a a. Two work cannot be described be- offissrre that the om-im
al'rld down Into Russla." = kept the boats on- cause of security restrictions. uts sinificnt sipee he hat
-tor- of the 370th's ski sty a attllg frdkn ship to Conditions encountered by rd *ividen b w hoan irpet- not thought of it in quite tat
ie. in the Job Is oea d* = in a treatie race We Company C Troops at both of ed to makeP eri-ft of .44n, nn In way
ot kelkHy hard work and ito their work before its sites were described by the order to enve- the ine-e In the 'The lack of incentive in aW
aI M rs- th. bay heaene sod Ice for returnees as "rough-mostly holoin*- iro-raym fn- ]nril rtprq 'quiring sour own hnmes ig a
A to tie Arctic conditions, the winter. mud, rain, cold weather and e tonl t.e Pest-"r -.-. .r onI.... very .eriou, matter." the Sen-
w roach to the base la The company's 40 boats were le e." in- 1 000 loP rptfrI 'n tle r ator declared.
p aonlyduring Oreenland's reported to have taken the Despite these handicaps, the nal Zone -1-,,ntsn ^ n f nn.thc Gillette spid the entire apl
summer period when the wtat-beating of all. Floating company piled by up an im- n an an 0n,monnnn -i,-, n- nroach here to He emploves was
waBU- 24 hours a day. Can- tee In the bay constantly bang- presalsJve record of having tranr- -rpm wPs rwillmrnl-'*-I hat too rut and tried: that the 4dr
pe paonnel returned to ed it the sides of the craft, ported 25.000 tons of carrot from world he stretl-hd out over a ministration ii.',s a vartirilwr
Stroplial home full. ot ldt menl oi the regiment's Boat ship to shore in various locales oe-in' nf e,-on vprc policv and if they run into difft-
1 She "Idnlght sun" -ad. ce Company who ac- When the unit departed. It re- TUndor tl- .-.w o rmiiprtrnn .i 'ultv. they try vsomethine else
Ir owfht pltures to verty -M Company B oa the celved five separate commenda- howepr thick nrinr-m y- c-pn "This is no solution to a pro-
enon. TIt ilpt bwskeeping tons from authorities. ranging urtfiped .,I tt- i- **"' birm of this magnitude. It is not
I en'jittedmn and Ua rt. Craft wh from the Commander, Atlanticnt uo ,*o- n" i--i...t -i ofnl a prnhlem of working! ntd
the I Y i e aut &A order by the ice Amphibious Pleet.,to the task -,hn ",.,. ov e-. ,- ehh living conditions but back of aS
s f r u w Mrnpr tasor 0 ho -",Vvin** 1"-- ln th e vrln(nditions but boack of 4
BreS 'As s t WLadir ,l to er o wr, kp fo ma n de. n brtio. "*" 7""* Th--1,* .. o-n -of this i the ter miperv and
aft, aroa l W. la it As in all northern operations d ,n e d vPlte of the whnle Cnll Zosn

Ife^H~c -lfta' .ia-U-tiH aa atn agD th truck va thean re hl-hat Inf i th r*nn I rnostl before 01Co nni r oes
L 0oh t for was Company C'er ohb est o a, v et e rv e .
sa tu tUl t we tMonuwo r! ov Imer Se w.- o'i n"*- -,.'- to-dn." Pt .Seularlv in redlon to
S SSa.. f le pr7 oblem. ino neAns ance A a m o r p-4 in the world situation eq It exlsts
a 5w 3AL Nby a vwy LOD to use seam- I91 n *',,n-',*oen-m- lil todevt" tb.'. Senator hdded.
S tir= to pus a lberty the-1>va roniml- Gillette -e his peroR4
M,.i .a mi 0hipoff a reel which nit e, B ,* a ^ ,-ca A --. !attention to the rent Qeti.
WS igSuek =: the in. tin ft* f the r.-P-onT I osslhly before Conremn owS
am o toiSawtheuaX' Commandinir r of Com- I," her" h o*tx InheA.
Il k f t the I" floss 111y C is C t WOn. MA. Cleell, lien th- ,hnr, W,- n b. hal, Ml e'IuL ret.Reatie. prowi
f d rt~d frm &ayy a xnarljii* Offt- bn nn tho Tthnius nin*14# lId I dent *I the dantlce Civie comb
4.l.A ~ er tt UoI ALLThaisia S the need for some stability for (Centsi as Pl pg t4LA.,

L aside VIVA
q: atckn te Wtga sta-
l ot t iaylfg
y ttu -S ate
reMae e,,
In a letter to G tftva coal
eators, whohad for
te miner.s to rt un-
air terms approved by te wage
,Ward. Lewis ad thea I6
otlated three Wel ago is
roemplete... It Ieftlit
ters wil w ork w on-
o its provisions.
i ne Workers predet d
b antly.
5ewis direeteiC iadsh of hi bit-
ing scorn at the wage board and
Beonomic 8tablaer Realr L
itnam who has-etn to ip-
ifthe board's aften in pMn
4ctSR a day froMa the e!in
won from thet opieratmr boa Lelis.
He caused the board o0 taking
milk from the mouths of miners'
children and characterized the
wage board majority as our
agents of the national J4e
tion of Manufacturer, *Ided
a professor from the .I
school and his timid trip of.=U
tante associates."


Build Set
Officials of the U. 41. Army
Caribbean today revetlgar-for
the first time that s_ UAR-
CARIB unit--the 97t0h Sa-
gneer amphlbloam 8 vport ao
gimeht of Fort ohermaIp-le
ed. an important rolem In
construction of the Ae Air
Force Base at Thtue, Onela.l.
Secrecy wraps ha"e been Madt
from the 90,000 ac .pi-e$Mt-at
Thule Ipronounced Tooly) fal-
lowing wo full years Of
by elements of the Arm, Navy.,
Mr Force, Coast OmT and
civilian contracUing firs.
Companies B and C f I.n
regiment's Boat attao
the participating Ji bllds A
m returned to Irt
.spending th
Just 90
noleh .
The rej t. 'As

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tow* Wigd into

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lTy *. For his final capam ,tour,
,Which he b an r 8te
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ea n i_.aahloned railroad
"wbistle Itop" trip at 12 Eatern
to atates ,hbidlb a lucrative total
eJlthl~hn^ a of 20(x?@i of.
group m T U- literary, which winds
culty.-_mhe, To- 66 a large party rally in
son idCac w- Chl1ago on Nov, t, runs through
er ae to". IIllinois, Ohlo, New York, Penn-
elem P rosylvarLa, MIssachussetts, Rhode
a petit Island, Copnectlcutt, New Jersey,
as Democrae prl can- Maryland, Delaware and West
didate. Virginia.
Steveanon's pecal train spnt
t tP&e1 in Chic a
t to1 n and ,
& m. my. The p inro o
Pa major =
I.Buffalo, N. Y. W RN f
ocratic prealdbntial
"adthe fourthaof hi&
vision "fireside Oa
t and warned -
"war provides O-t. 9 (UP)
the Communist -Th e 1-r=ob old
thre. Infant as rta in owere
S almost g killed he Whe ngle
a position opgled "me n"
on abortly a jfte f A t og on a
Tefa (a flight to P p.
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Labor News



By Victor Riesel

There was more brass than
rains in the Army's Security
and Intelligepce officers who
told Americar specialists at hea-1
vily guarded jet and bomber bas-
es in Europe to keep their
mouths shut.
The men from the states, in-
cluding ace civilian pilots and I
c*v3p sea divers, were ordered in-,
to silence not because they-
threatened to spill any secrets-
but because they tried to warn
the Defense Dept. that the de-
tense screen around the western
world was porous and rotting.

I hope you won't mina me writing to you and asking your the western world,the glamor
kind help. I am here in Korea, have been here since the first, eceblon, silenced our American
of July. In my spare time I collect all kinds of stamps. I have workers abroad-and today ourl
been collecting stamps since I was 15 years old; so far I do not NATO forces don't have three air
have many stamps of Panama and the Canal Zone. That is the bases for our planes to use when
reason for this letter to you. I we should have 20 In Europe a-
Sir could voLi possibly please ask any stamp collectors in lone. This, despite the literal ex-
Panamai, through your newspaper that if any collectors are in- p.enditure of several billion dol-
terested in trading stamps to please write to me. I have a lot lars.
of Japanese, Manchuria and German stamps to trade, will trade
for any kind that I do not have, especially for C. Z. and Pana- Both Gov. Stevenson and Gen.
mA stamps. I will be very grateful for your kind help, sir. Eisenhower have sent word
Respectfully through their campaign aides,
I remain Wilson Wyatt and Arthur Van-
M-Sgt. Andrew V. Bakasy, R06893448. denberg, Jr, respectively, that
45th M.P. Co., 45 Inf. Div., APO No. 86. they'd investigate once in the
C-O PM San Francisco, Calif. White House. But while we're
i- kina a President. nrav the en-

Pedro Miguel, C. Z.
From time to time new programs are placed into effect by
the Board of Directors of the Panama Canal Company. They
may result from changes in law, regulations or policy. (Public
Law 841, 81st Congress.)
The Board of Directors does not attempt to preserve for
local command such administrative flexibility as the circum-
stances warrant. This recognizes the generally low caliber of
administrative judgmentt which exists in the Canal Zone Gov-
ernment today.
The latitude provided by the original policy should be in-
tended to permit the use of good judgment in operating under
the basic program-a little more rope to make it possible to
meet local circumstances wisely.
The Board of Directors seem to prefer, however, to limit and
reduce this freedom. As a consequence, the local order or proce-
dure too frequently results in preventing wise or equitable ac-
tion and the substitution of complicated arithmetic computa-
tions for judgment is almost overwhelming.
The exercise of judgment in any action which may result
In happiness or unhappiness,'high morale or low morale on the
part of others is a fundamental responsibility of supervision
and management. Let's face it! Any policy or practice which
aids good judgment is GOOD. Any policy or procedure which
tends to substitute artificiality, subterfuge or elaborate con-
jecture is BAD.
Wise management knows how to use that "extra rope" with-
out fashioning it into a noose. The noose was placed around
our necks in September 1950 upon the forming of the new Pan-
ama Canal Company, now all they have to do is tighten it
from time to time.
-Let's Cut The Noose.
3109 Webster St.
Mt. Rainier, Md.
'o Whom It May Concern:
Please enter this small notation in your column "The Mail
BAx." I am a young stamp collector, and I wish to correspond
wJth someone to receive or exchange stamps, I wish to obtain
. stamps of Panama and Canal Zone which I have so few of. If
any stamp collectors wish to exchange any stamps with me, I
would be most happy to correspond with them. Will answer all
letters promptly by air mail.
S would appreciate it very much if I were to receive a letter
telling me if this request was fulfilled.
Thank you.
-George Klem.


By Ca lbraith



'Mr. P.A. Want Ad' attracts
a following
Of prospects mighty fine!
What's more he signs
them quickly
On tha dotted line!

Vour classified ad will at.
tract a parade of good pros.
oects because everyone In
Panama and the Canal
Zone reads P.A Want Ads
regularly. Try them now
... the results will surprise

pIc a Kg a5 l s pry= y f-
emy doesn't pick on us.

There are signed reports in
New York attesting that skilled
American workers were told by
Army officials they'd lose their
jobs if they didn't mind their
own business-after they re-
ported such mere bagatelles as
the French workmen's using
"cracked and split pipe" in con-
necting vital oil lines.
Wrong gauge3 wires were used
in critical electrical instruments
making aerdrome operations im-
possible without wholesale killing
of crews.
Result is that from France to
Africa we're again ripping up ba-
.s which should have been ready
for battle formations. Specifical-
At Chaumont-The US. 48th
Fighter Bomber wing and three
squadrons of F-84 Jets looped in
last spring. Our flyers immedi-
ately found the runways too soft
for safe use. So the planes were
moved on to Germany and Tri-
poli. The craft are still there,
hundreds, even thousands of
mtles from the spot the military
believes is most strategic. The
fighters are still awaiting runway
repairs, after all these months.
One-third of the Chaumont
strips are being dug up, finally.
The concrete must be re-mixed
and relaid.
At Toul-Rosiere-The U.S. 10th
Tactical Reconnaisance Wing was
due to use this base and add Mlt
links to our aerial curtain safe-
ty net. -
But the runways were so wrin-
kled (and hardly from old age Il
that the Wing is still in Germany
awaiting extensive repairs to
what was to be its home base
months ago. Trouble was the
French ignored American work-
men-the few who were not fired
arid sent back to the States. The
local talent used dry concrete,
which is hard to handle. Expan-
sion joints were set in too nar-
row. The concrete hardened. The
runway buckled. Other joints
were not set in deep enough. The
concrete hardened and sagged.
Somehow clay balls got into the
gravel, gave off moisture and the
gravel beds sagged. The air wing
may not get there for months.
At Laon Couvron-Here is a
super-snafu 80 miles northeast of
Paris. Landing strips are crack-
ing and crumbling. The concrete
grinds under the rollin' whepl of

our planes-which therefore rip AIAN ABOUT TOWN "
ip the "aggregate." This is the Channel Seven: The Mirror gained ne r
I ase used before concrete is pour- million lines in retail advertising in the
ed. Yet so vital is this serial de- months. The N. Y. Post lost nearly Vs i Jltan
pot that the 126th Light Bom- the same period.. .The gendarmes picked ~
bardment Wing planes are using "mystery brunette," who anonymously phed
it. at some risk. These are the big that her pal (Mrs. Ray Russell vw l~
B-36p, which nea'd jet protection, taken scads of sleeping pills. Initials: IN .e...
But the field is hiflt for the d.a.'s office picked up three more dolla la the
700-mile-an-hour jet craft. Mickey Jp~ke case...Pianist Errol = am g'*
off with a $50 fine in that narcote a
What happened at these bas- Atlante City- ...Busty Barbara Nichols I baak AIn
es? They were built by French the "Joey" troupe with a new nose.. .MUhriw
and German labor-while even Satinders (the wife of rich Chinese Uis*b) ha
American supervisors were or- such troubles! Her hair turned
dered home. Those who protest while trying to change it baek fr u I I
dered home, Those who protest honey-b onde...Ana Constant (one e m
have no quarrel with the ab- list of the tallest illy Rose e
surplus labor a- 3) now is the prop. of a habe
broad. What we cry over are Cop. .. Cameronanoter- -
the spilled billions, the lack of Pa hny) ia nmw. alead(n o mmh.
defense depots and the Insou- buyer. Wealthy an n Kimbe y S
dance of the military, with goodies.. The Demos trying to a the
Itax-deal for Ike's book tfrgot it was by the
Months ago when this columnTreasury Dept. run by dumeerats.
exposed the cracking up of our --__ .
North African bases, the Senate The N. T. State Communist Election OMitdt-
moved in. Its investigators cor- tee prefers Station WMCA (We Make -
roborated the charges here. Adorable)... They had Arnold Johnson 41mti
mikes Oct. 14th... Albert Lannon (smaf tK
Most of the disruption was due Worker) is listed to gab on them targw,I
to the firing of thousands of Both are on trial charged with con tI
Americans. Now th.? contracting overthrow the U. 8. Gov't...Dozey W j I
companies there are again adver- (another admitted Red) was listed
tislhg in California and New York Daily Worker) to use WMCA last IFrday .;- n-
foi mechanics, welders, opera- dia Jones (another on trial charged with 1dm-
tore and other skilled techni- n in to overthrow our gov'L) sla eM
clans. They should also rehire CA orator (See?)
American guards too. to replace A top ..Wash.. -- mat w
the scores ofU.S. civilian secur- infra-rd cameras) playing h e

guards were caught in aOuablan- the m-es. (MN, ire.t).i D.igt le
ra reentlv trving to sell ove0.,- hel h iame l) is .BeaIg e A l
00.1 pounds of vitPl wire lift10. r- ----ids.T reawafee 19 "petel
peIr ,rdees. Turned away leverIM l
from our operltlon. or week end...Franklin .U1M (eqe
As I slId our military should mind's wealthiest eat I.
it least reoulre an much bratas N emi Stev .as.M. eme weB, B
as brass abroad. Jesephine Baker's* Gdm (andg

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Promotion Turned Down

By Pete --.
WASHINGTON -(NEA)- An earlier dispatch those of a grand jury. Nobody tampers with its
by this correspondent on how Wisconsin Sen. findings.
Joe McCarthy was turned down for promotion The recommendations go to the commandant
from major to lieutenant colonel in the Marine of the Marine Corps. He certifies them to the
Corps Reserve only told the half of it. But it .fudge Advocate General of the S jThe J.A.O.
was publication of this earlier story which un- then transmits the report to the Becetary of
covered the full story. rhe Navy with a comment to the effect of, "I
The other half of the story is that Major Joe have examined the proceedings of this selection
was actually approved for promotion last April. board and find they are legally sufficient."
The report of the Marine Corps election Board Only sometimes, says Withair, the Judge
which recommended this promotion was thrown 'advocate Geneal, In reviewing the proceedings,
out on a technicality after a six-week hassle rinds that the precepts under which the selec-
among the Navy and Marine Corps top brass. tion board operates are not legally sufficient. In
Involved in the dispute were. Under Secretary that case, the recommendations of the board
of the Navy Francis P. Whltehair, Gen. L. C. aave to be rejected.
Shepherd, Jr., Commandant of the Marine Corps,- The inside story is that this promote !ist
and Rear Admiral -e -4: a/tuues e Judge" t- -waarant baekGt e Oeral. l Jephad
vocate General of the Navy. n.rendationm. W J. .
It was Admiral Ruaseirs bftacia*p llOp ethat'Mekt' hi board. I thi4'wa ht i 4ee-
the precept creating the April selection board ommended,. t wa all right him.
made it operate under conflicting authority of The members of this AprIl board were Brig,-
two regulations. One was the Naval Reserve Act Uen. R. McC. Pate, director of Marine Corns
cf 1938. The other was the Personnel Act- of Reerves, Brig.-Gen. L. B. CreCswellCot 8. a .
19471. Jack and Reserve Colonels A. 0. Sk eton, E. F.
The Navy's Judge Advocate General ruled, that Venn, J. L. Winston, F. C. Desantis, W.E. OGantz
these two regulations did not go together very %nd H. F. Brown. Recorder was First T4eut. C. F.
well. All the recommendations of the selection KIi.
board for the promotion of several hundred Balked here, an effort was then made to find
Marine Reserve majors to lieutenant colonel ,ome grounds on which the selection boards re-
were therefore thrown out, lort could be set aside. These grounds wrthe t-f
A new selection board was set up ton August. illy found in the fact that eight of the reserve
to operate under a much tighter preept.-nIh majors recommended for promotion to eHuten-
was the board which turned, down McCarthy nt colonel had been called to active duty.
"or promotion-on the grounds of "P.'-or pl- The board had been set up to consider qnly
Itical interference-as revealed exclusively in he promotion of inactive reserve major to re-
the earlier story by this writer. "erve lieutenant colonels. So on this basle the
So much for the official version of What hap- .;'hole report was thrown out.
cened. Behind this official version there Is. an- Actually, while many Marine officers feel that
other story which Navy and Marine Corps head- .XcCarthy's position as a senator should have
quarters aren't talking about, It is a t how- nothing to do with whether he is given a tr-
ever, which has been fully confirmed af care- serve promotion, they also say there are plenty
tul investigation. of reasons why Major' McCarthy should not be
The recommendations of the April o tseleon obDmotet.
biard were sent to Navy headquarters for ap- He was commissioned from civilian i4 with-
proval before going to the White Bouse for iut ever having gone to boot camp. He -was
t.ransmittal to Congress and final confiration, 'ommisslioned as an intelligence officer a
They came to the attention of Under secretary tAeial ob. He never commanded tope. He baa
of the Navy Francis P. Whltelalr.. Seetary 0 list und.:gone a serious operation hi and ihy-
the Navy Dan Kimball was out of the country aleal condition is uncertain, None of t
,it the time, so Whitehair was acta, n d tay. Things has anything to do with the peti
Today. Secretary Whitehalr says thit the ro- motives which under the dlregmeane a er
seedings of a selection board are a goD bit l e to have influenced his rejection for

11 In New York
stop hedging, -now that *be *is gutOs (ee
Argeutia) u. repektina ear$ s c
the United asstesT...Orlhear tl
ent: "A yao mre tho e Ifni"eeaLf
the N. Y. Ivan who afe writing i -'5
speeches aren't writing hers?"

Soandsoviet delegate Gromyko
Visblnaky (after requesting the
Chambord. Reluctant ma with
&mru. San (the Bombay Beant
, th Chevalier in the Paris musl
IOU" (Plain Crasy), debu4 onig
to's embassy Room... e asm
idme) that Mr. Aheson red
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Drew Pearson Says: Ford dealers are told they must con-
tribute to Republican National Committee; Regional
meetings of Ford representative get politil. aess.
ment word from Detroit,; Chairman Summerfiold ot
into trouble in 1948 for raising money from auto
dealers. ,

.,wASHMNGTON. A meeting of midwest VoW aut toorle
dealers was held In omaha on October 10, at which t o ea
told that a political emergency faced the nation and that ech
Should be expe ted to contribute o thee beputbeti National
o mpittee for s i the current pol pi
Th1 _Omam. Mt whos attended by Ford deers from fe-
&&a I and Iow a Aer, a meain o weasIld wwas do
ringsat wih Merrill, person Assistant to Se-rd
,and Walkero WilHam s cme from Detroit to tell Ford dealers
that the fu e of rd depended- h a change of adeae actions
In Washington,.r on t ortt,..
Unless there was a change of administrations, Ford dealers
uwere told' baig bus oass Inc-the Ult wt le a,-Int ht Mhe Ford

Motor Oompany *hse4ok ed.t-o
Wordm of the d 'eao metid ng Nasroulgh lCtoai some f thea
Nebraska mad owt dolerw Rd Of#Aof, noln.

tiy, wan ,peto d to Pay $1,W00 S y tlam en. li
Sdustry, was assign to collect fundasor WWMm ernfd w ad-

out to the Republiuan ttn al Committee, bt 8not maw thed
This meeting follow a pattern set by Arthur Summerflteld,
now Chairman of the Republican National Comrittee oinMI-
bhlgan in 1046 and 148. At that time ummertl ldwa Repub-
lican National Committeeman for Michigan Ad still Is ths Iget
Chevrolet dea in the world.M Bla cel action of h OOPWtIau-
tions from auto dealers was based upon the number oft aam~they
sold and eventually led to the indictment of 20 dealers and the
conviction of 1 for violation of the corrupt racticesact. '
Tbis Isprobably why F ord dealers thyearhave beeIn warn-
ed not to use company check; since It wad the fact that Michigan
auto dealers did use company checks which led totheir convic
Summerfield's money-raising scheme In Michigan is one rea-
son why members ofW th Dewey wing of the Republcmn Party
*ere surprised, to put It mildly Whon Suimmer ldwas2Upde
chairman of the Rpublican tonal Committee. They eltthat
hisBa' tmett ok art of the punch out of the cowsptionis-
sue ainst the. Demo at e
O.One. Republican especally surprised at Su merfold's ap-
pointment was the fomner Attorney General -of Michigan uee
Black, who as a Republea a thad. attempted to proeueum-
merfield and Michigan auto deal rs
In the end Attorney General Black faced such tough op
tion from members of his own party that he finally came to
Washington and placed his evidence before the Justice Dpart-
Black's charge agalast Michigan auto dealers in May X4t
was that they were able to avoid te a at sle ta in
return for rasn a huge campaign chey tof $250,000 for thea -
pubian Party lack gave fullcrdIt to Saummertti Jir cook-
ng up the ahene and charged that the auto dealers were told
that f they did not contribute to therOP thy o
their normal quota of qars from thLe factor.
Black estianedhat the Stat of M was eted out
o f $30 taxeoBs b y, : a n of the
Black's clean-up oft Repuoblcnt to ais immediately brought
vitriolic o ptog0tlo no c Of t fo m ~ b
loanS. Thei Republican t w h auhtln nt r
Sowl"ny thht .Mt 1. 'I
Giovellr a a 1tw even, withheA from
Black 3,00w he needed to p cute he auto dealers. And
wh Bak g an. unexpended balance of $12,.498 left over
by hjs depart from 1947, the OOP state auditor c d
down an QrdeW that this money could not be used to
publlca.campan funds.
Zttww at~thlpont gast the Republican Attorney Oeneral of
Michigan went to Wash1igton aaf turned over his evidence to a
Democratic administratIon.
The Justice Deprtent, cllig a grand ju ry at n-
der. U. 8. Att6trny ThoaPsg. Thornton, not only inDcted 10
dealers for v olation of the Corrupt Practices Act,/buta subpoenaed
the books o. Uthe now Republican National ChOiUAah. SuMer-
field broul*tsuIt for the lrettrum of his books, but was not able
to get his ooks back. until the praecutIon was over.
One wtne M. Dudle C. ay, former Republican Coimmit.
Steewoman, testified that auto daler gave a dollar to thoe R -
lican treasury for every car they sold, and that they d t1is
money out of "mls aneous" expense which are tax dedget e,
rather than cam gn contributions, wfa are not.
Among tee wo helped collect fundsfor Summerfleld were
such highUD General Motors officials asW. IF. Rufsteader, .vfeo
president of Buick, and arry Gamtt. General Motor* ttortey,
both of whom served on the M chisbil OOP finance committee.
It ws suggested editorially at the time of this finance scan-
dal that Ford and General Motors might want to drop some of
their dealers who werQ convicted of vilaig the Corupt c-
tices Act. The su ton was not followed. h C
e fac th at d officials Detroit4 now sent word to
their dealers throughout the country to raise money for the 1952
Republican campaign indicates why the suggestion was not more
favorably. received.

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1 Mh, African Pol. S ike Cargo and Freight-Ships and F

ecret 'M Mau Terrorists hippng & AirLne News
Waly 51Passengers Booked "LM F les Anthropologist
-- o: "L Friday on Cristobal To Study Baho.go Pygmies
K (f e c ( f h ee5 0' .i t nator and Mrs. Guy M. Gil- A few months ago the well-
OB, Kenya, Oct. 22 (UP) g anitlon for the secret Mau 5 Gunmen Rob 5 Pro mn ltteAte retuing to the States kdown Dut4h anthropologist Dr.
- Ott British and African po- Mau society reportedlyis a- Friday on the Panama liner Oris- Paul Jullen flew. from Amsterdam
ui~o yesterday at Mau meng the OS prominent African tobal, according to the advance to Brazzavlle .by KLM. After a
M)Ill secret Aftrican terrorist ared. h pafenser list. Only 51 passengers difficult j6r#ney of several thou-
soclety, with a wholesale round'- A police official said the west- L Uests, LeaU e ketchy ues C have been booked to sail on the sand miles,through unfamiliar,
up of scored of Africans uispect- ern-educated Kenyata had been. .. Oristobal. regions of the Middle Congo, in
ed of participating in tau Ma's under suspicion for some time. >$c- a Senator and Mrs. Gllette, who the' heart of the African jungle,
war to death with the whitemair The dawn police raids on Afri- arrtvAd Monday, are making a he has now returned to the Ne-
JonAo IeKayata, leader of the can settlements throughout the &-ASHVItgL, Te., Oct. 22 lIring room an:d prodded to round trip to the Isthmus on the therlands.
100,000-stiong Kenya At r IeOftn colony were carried out within (UP) Pie followed sketchy tak. their valuables. Panama. liner. They are accom- The object of the expedition'
Uo elvdtoba front or- scant hours after authorities pro- clues a search for five Evidently they knew some- panied by their son. Mark and ias to study the southern Babon-
Uvion-4ellved. -to t a front Or- scant hours after authorities p bo
claimed a 4tate of emergency and bold/ hej-aed I.smen bhingt about theli value, the Senator Gillette's sister-in-law, go pygmn.,s. Very little is known
Ssaicalled in troops tod, because they pass Mrs. Dessa Merritt. of this tribe, who live in an area'
DMau Mau wave of terror that ha~ 'dayn as here atur- up 'some pieces t sy.tume The complete advance list of extending between latitude 2 de-
Sbrought death to 44 Europeans, wthi 0a progu- Jewelry. They too weddingg thtCristobal follows: agrees and 4 degrees south of the
-i "tt ruton and Africans in thepast month.: o ca rings, earrings, nikles and Paul.z. Ackerman, Mr. and equator, in French Equatorial
o, ad Tfi cFlwner eAs the polfce roundups went mo n oe wallets. Mrs. Walter Binder, Mrs. Helen Africa.
She firt contingens rof the indiatem onto The robbers also tok t w M. Brown, William H. Brown; During this expedition Dr. Ju-
SLancashire Fusliners airliftelas ta r o r ink coats aind acked their Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Cohan; Hlan applied the "Sickle cell"
a m night from the uez Canal Z;one, henchmen w oedarringas oot in a suitcase they found in Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Di blood test to pygmies for the first
2500 mile away, started patrol- foe beJewelle en and fir- the hse. Before leaving, they mick. Miss Shirley E. Edwards; time, discovered the hitherto un-
Prelus record were broken ng the streets of this colonial warning ot over the telephone wires and Mrs. Frances G. Getman; Hon known tribe of the Mikayas and
Mon hen the first sessions capital. I of arc t Francis B. forced the guests into thebase- orable and Mrs. Guy M. Gillette. entered a sanctuary which nobo-
when tihe rh ost at the 0ent. Mark O1lette, Mr. and Mrs. Mor- dy had previously dard to visit.
of t l ,Ioer Ianmem.t The number of Africans ar- Warfield When ft host ith meant.
of. -er at Balboa rested in connection with the posw-foptbal game party failed Warfield said he us a base- ris Goldbiet; Mr. and Mrs. Sam- On account of the extreme shy-
YM.CA. One hundr and Man Mau operations was ex- to ralap his hands quickly ten tt lead h rienduel Goldberg; Mr. and Mrs. ness of the Badongo and the vast
fourteen women attend the 8 pected to rise we into n- enough.n wen next door to call John M. arvard, Mr. William expanses of the equatorial jun-
a. m class and 82 others attend- dedsas police continued e b-' Both Warfleld and some of M. Hamma khd daughter handle. It was difficult to collect
ed the.event-seaston at 7. ,Ing outlying African resera- his' guests thought at first it Warfield said the guest start- M. and fts. Conrad B. Hilson blood samples from 500 pygmies.
These two classes wlB meet tloa. wp a gag. when the bandits, ed arriving shortly after t he and two children. The necessary rara were dried
for g ser qe of seven ise ions o0 More Fusillers are arriving wearing bandanas over their fa- Vanderbilt Florida football .and M.f C Barton Icke; for convenient transportation,
suc Mothng O nd wlml hourly from the Sues and British ces and carrying shotguns, car- game. They included Hen r y Mr. and Mr C.Barto VJensen d sulieof the more sensitive
conclude with a wer show 1 troop commander inKenya, Gen; bine% and pistols, entered' the Boyd, president of the General R A perak; Mr. and Mrs sera were forwarded ey "Flying
the Y.M.C.A. gymnasium Dec. 8 ir Alexander Cameron, expected home In the swanky Bell e Shoe Corp., George Bullard, vice R. A. op.rsk Mr. and MrsDutc. se hmran. As Dr. Julen's exact
whp class tmbes, will com- an Lentire battalon of 800 men Meade suburb and lined the vc-president of the quotable Se- Archibald Mddck; Mr. and Dutchman." As Dr. Julen's exact
y h me mber play m c a would be available by tomorrow tiMeades up against the living room urties Corp., and Edwin W Mrs. Victory ay, Jr Mrs position was not known, it was
Sctelorin. wall.for the cleanup, wa Craig, president of the Nation-Dessa Merrt;Mrs. Yola Miller; ti cult to deliver th sera
for clae e are taught, by The police and armed, forces The shocked party-g o e r s od Life and Accident Insurance Mrs. Charlottc Nixon; Mrs. Mar- t
STtel are taught by -Tond armed forcesAt th e rt go lfe and Accident Insurance rt M x :Mr E y Athe request of the French:
Mrs. Char62 P0 Morgan. The also are supported by the home learned it was real when the Co. garet Ryan; Mr. and Mrs. Early Atherequestfof the French
.M Are of a the Corn- guard, whose ranks have now leader, described by fellow gun- Cathey said a count was be- R. Salley Miss Anna M. Tsver- Iuthorities, from whom the expe-
this Ch one o ncies ofermunity g tor ore than 2,000, re- men as "crazy as a bug," fired tig made of the stolen jewelry ia; Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Wanke dition received a great deal of
one ofs county swelled to rthan 2000 a carbine in the plush living and money. The loot was be- and two children; William E. assistance, the incidence of
services., season 'material is crulted from among young Eu- room while the other four lived to have totaled between Weigle, Jr., Ollie B. Welch, Fran- sleeping sickness among these
mimieogta In both English ropeaft bank clerks and business- roughly stripped money a n d $100,000 and $150,000. cis E. Wolfram. pygmies was also investigated.
andn n men ems from th guests, soe of This disease proved to be non-
an 0S I the p Yesterday the mutilated be- gems from the guests, some of existent, though yaws and lepro.
hcl ai e presd dy o e n OtMat- ms executives of national e ent hough yaws and lepror
clase is almost,evenly divided dy Of'the latest victim of' Mau firms. ty are rife.
betwftn member tofthe mill-" Mau terrorism, aInative. was Police said they believe at AE R K L IN E During hisjourreysalongthe
try Cnal Zone civilians and found In northern Kenya strip- least one 6f the bandits .lves DuriSnga on of t mo anotheou
resdente of, Panama. pd I r*With his hands cut in the Nashville area, since the Sb dngpace of themot notorious
M. Morgan has invited all off. robbers appeared thoroughly breeding places of sleeping sick-
elesi members and husbands to Police reported that among the informed about the residential ACCEPTING PASSENGERS for explorer was astonished to come
make a tour. of the Morgan scores of Africans already ar- district. The party had not been explorer was astonished to come'
Gardena next Sunday. starting rested were many Kikuyu tribes- publicized and Warfleld said it SAN FRANCISCO across a hitherto unknown group
at 1:30 a m. Plants and flowers men who form the backbone of was held only "for some of our b th of pygmies called the Mikays,
will be pointed out on a person- the Mau Man, and a number of very close friends." roughly 1,000 in number. In thi
ally-conducted tour. other prominent officers of the That poisiblity; along with case too Dr. Julien was able to
African Union the gunman's identification M V. "OLGA MAERSK" apply the sickle cell test.
Solon- Urges HST Several Kikuyn women were a- of their leader as "Stud," who Purely by change, Dr. Julien
mong those arrested. is "crasy as a bug," were the SAILING OCTOBER 24th managed to penetrate a Jungle
F J Ix Kenyata was taken by air at- main clues police had to fol- SAILIN0 OCTOBER 24th managed to penetrate a jungle
To Order US ag ter hi arrest t the remote low n their Investigation to- (Every wth private onnetin bathroom) sanctuary o the Bagombo pyg-
T rIta (Every room with private connecting bathroom) mlesand see the much o readied
D played At Polls nortetn frontier area where he day.
SO awaited the "pleasure" of eohn One woman said the robbers Fare $150,00 rypean todo so. At the same
lalgoeirnor' velynBarfng were "rOugh j erking ear ring'a.timeetsordtAttheswe!s
kasd:p Oct. 22 ( orito E 'theaLondoi offeur ears and It really hdu rt." APPY tme he overed tathe est-
'- Trtim tt, as AaPd Yoo to Kenyata th Warfel begged te holdup A oern tribes of pygmies have secret
tod to oder ci a h white wo- men not to tak wedding rings B. F to & ., I C.B. Fenton & C. societies.
'displ. e r h have ote child. He re-f wmnt ouhe man F aBfldcgP Terminal Bldg, wingback
flag in,Mel.dectit f'thepi' run- Fenton Building, Teri-atSchipol Airport, Amsterdam,
lhere e ttgnation take pl oranis d the African Union ha parked in nearby driveways Dr. Juien boarded a M plane
i J of the actua h en War said the woman dits wore To Buenavenboundturafor Vienna, whdre he. re-

votinR room fa a n on s rtnw progress. baf e bandanas ovew their faces
Alfrd Holt Company announce the not presented th NSAILING therlndsCTOBER 29thGo
sailing of their house aboun t ; 0 P A second erment kt the International An-

In teegraman with awel off shotgun ACCEPTING PASSENGERS t CARGor- shd tuti
menr t for more than 80 years, L.D. of t e David-thropolongress and Ethnological
'048 It giseems fittingh-amnd eneind County police.eCnd the ban-g
Satthe Amer A Ap apparently from t e r e d the
Shouscorrectlylarge. Tharfeldestate through APPLYA:

o&n ed t srtu guests thought B. Feon & Co., lac. C. B. Mlton t Co., aIc. T
,revot sthe whole thing placeawas a gaMau,," Feincton Buudeldin Paic Terminal Bd.. a a e
el m inside of the actual beR 28 impatient ith Cathe y arfied said the bandits the To Bunavntural. Guayaquil, Caao Mollendo,
th oom Union's slw men pro o e Tebluel. Crandaas. Te Ba ovelbotheir faces
and described them as "wel Arica, Antty."agasta and Valparaiso.
.UEThefang chief appeared flrst,
-BLU FUN ELEWied .He acar'- M.V."A
E LINbin* at Lem Stevens, an auto
"H Ca dealer, who was leading the
Alfrid HOt A Company UnIOufoe the two-story brick Georgian style SAILING OCTOBER 29th
sailing:r of their house about B;90 palm. A second
Fare.. 20.00 hs appeared from the rear of the
M V J house. Then- thi more enter- APPLY:
ed waving He ls n in an nc. C. B.Inc.
on"At first the guest thought C. B. Fenton & Co., Fenton & Co.,
ent Bthe whole Pacific Trmin Fenton Building, Pacific Terminal Bldg., IN
OTOBR 28th Cathey said. '6TinY tbpgt th? e CristobaL Balboal
holdup men were ,pt. of the Tel. Cris. 1781 Tel. Balboa 1"5.
The bandit | k vaulted to THA +
One badt h arne ed the g uestsRK BE LI O
APPLY:. to obey the holdup leader. 'Don't
fool with him," the gunman
C. B. Font" It Co., Inc. C. B. Fenton & Co., Inc. said. "He has been in an #ay- __ __ __ __LIN E .
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S~AHINUTN, Oct 22 (UP)
5 ,- k..!pt!,,,.w.:n-, "., d D.'m oc'rats
s' bet i- 'ac 'o l 'n lc-.e tud;' ia1
tth'e el.'tie ic : l:nl ue'] hattlei
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tnr lep t'< inh bli :'.iit ie, kev-
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Sei .te ination' lI) ai nrt cain
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wi"r ro!e Theinr c tin-t:o is
r('. I('" 0 .aver. :1, n Elm n-
S ho- "r ,'to v nI i 11'. ltheo
1 optlmistic GOP strati.sts
foresee control of the Senate it
Gov,. Adlai E Steven .on winls
the White House for Democrats

Cenerallv. boti sides areee
that the bare siati.sttics of the'
November Seitcrto reontc--; 'p
pear to favor lh- DemnocI ats
i(, Twenty-one Rcpublicvn seat.
are exposed to Dcmorator al-
tack. Onl', 14 Democratio seats
S are at stake.
Moreover, three Demi'n'ati,'
nominees are unop)osecd. and
two other canl'idntes v.ho -a,\
primaries in Southern a state
are-all but assured o01 election.
i Only one Republican -Sen Wil-
liam F. Know'!ind-- is assured
S of election by virtue of lis vic-
torI. in both Ca!ifor.-ia p'i-
Maine already has elected a
Republican and Vermont is ex-
i pected to return a Re3publican.
as usull.
-Prinipal battleoroinds in the
campaign for Senate control
are the .states v'here (one part"
is a serious tl-'"ct to lake a seat
t ]no i ] irld h" f t ih l .cr T1 .son'e
f SUChI ke' steq'' :T I tie''li ,w
claims of one pi'-rn are 'i'tAched
tWith uncertaint- in ith other.
( On the folilnvine Senn'n race;
Ifor example. Democrats are
tfranklv optimistic, and Reoubli-

Senate Control (z Orchid Sociey sthmin League
Tenao Enler Flowers To Celebrate

shower Victory Washingon Show Anniversary
'oInwer 85 ;nSo 0w Plans are being made by the
Isthmian League to celebrate
n partofticialsconfess The Canal Zone Orchid So- its anniversary on Wednesday,
can arty officials confess clety will have an exhibit of Nov. 19, at Geddes hall.
Indiana-Where ov Henry cut flowers at the Fifth Annual
Indiana-Where Gov. Henry International Orchid Show in The Rev. William Armstrong
F. Scricker (Di is running International Orchd will be the guest speaker, and
against Sen. William E. Jen- The show, sponsored by the friend who have served the
Massachusetts Where Repleague willbether special
ner R ah t Where ep National Capital Orchid Society, league will be their special
a a'. h"nedt (D)Is bat. 'will be held In the lobby of the guests.
John F. Kennedy s abot Lo American Security and Trust
Jr. Sen. Hen y Cabot Lode Co., one of Washington's largest Rico. Cuba, Mexico and several
Jrissuri-Where former Air banks, this Saturday and Sun, Central and South American,
Fce Sereta W Stuart Sym- day. countries.
nr-e SDe is try. ing to uns The exhibit is open to the The exhibitors will compete
DJames P. Kei Ro une.public and admission is free. for prizes consisting of sterling
'. Jiies nP Where Rep More than 100 orchid growers silver, ribbons antd other awards
asingto -..on Where Rep. from all sections of the United in twenty three classes of com-
Hp Sen. Jacksonrv P. Cain i States will take part in the petition.
3oinSanaW. here ReP. Michael show with displays of orchid Last year, more than 35,000
:osti .. is ru..i" plats. blooms and cor.Ages people visited the show during
J M s icl ID is r cto N ilR t valued in excess of $250,000. the two days it was open. One
"it Se. Zales N. Eetol (Ri. American and foreign inter- of the most Interested visitors
The situation is reversed in national airlines are flying or- was President Harry S. Truman,
the following P stats where at- chid blooms to the show from who was accompanied by Mrs.
tieGP claims are match-ern b Australia. Hawaii, Englan d, Truman and daughter, Mar-
,d bv exmressionls of concern by France, Japan, Belgium, Puerto garet.
ilIichigan--Where Rep. Charles
E. Potter (RI is after the state
no,v held by Sen. Blair Moody, A leading English manufacturing
i.aryland Where Rep. J. chemist is looking for a pro-
r lBeal-Where Rep. J i rn1 gressive agent and distributor in
'iin Beaol. MahoR is running, Pahami to handle an entirely
t George P. Mahoney (D W anted! new product* for the treatment
i lthe st R no (D) w bho Sen. of Rheumatism. This treatment
Iirb Oconr D) who i has already met with outstand-
Wyoming-Where Gov. Frank ambitious ing success in Great Britain and
A. Barrett R i seeks the SenateIexport markets. There's a big
seat of Sen. Joseph C. O'Maho- pharmaceutical opportunity awaiting the right
cy I D,. man. with exceptional prospects
ngv i. for the future. For full parti- W
Connecticut-Where Sen. Wil- ageculars, write to Stanning Ptys.
liam A. Purtell (R) is opposing Ltd.. 11 Waterloo Place, London.
Son. William Benton (D). and' S.W. 1.
Prescott Bush (R) is running I

agahmst Reo. A. A. Rificoff (D).
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The Governor of the Canal Zone and MMs. Johnb Sey-
11d entertalaed with a esektl part y on Monday evening at
t9 G9 ner's residence In honor of the Honorable Guy M.
U .Uallted States senator from Iowa, a&AMEM. Glflette.
1 EUet and Mrs. Gilette arrived Meni ly morning
i the 5.O. Cristobal from New York, for a visit to the

Mr. a Mrs. Duqe James Roulette, and Pf
4ve fdr O e Charles Oowe,
The t the hose planning l to attend
Republic o P iind Mrs. advised make their reserve
Tomas ae sailed re- t lns ear. "First come, fir
cently, Lima, Peru, en route served."
to Chile, where Mr. -
DugU Will- attend the. Inaugu- Day of Rieollection
iof the Preddent-elect of To Be Held -5aturday
Chile a mmne.r of the Pan- Catholic Daughters of Amex
amaala Deleion,, with the lea, Court Sancta Maria No. 44
ranit 06t"4 Bi uuon Ams- will hold a "Day of Recolle
sadof., I tlion" on Saturday at St. Mary

Farewell Dinner Honer Two
Mr. and Mrs. OGeorge Wikens
were hosts on Sunday evening
,at a dinner given at tneir coUn-
try bhoe at JuaA Dina In fare-
well,-to Mrs. ua J. Bwing,
who: plans to leave the Isth-
mus ht month to make her
ho ie In et Virginia aand Miss
Wilma Mes, who Ia. leaving
this week for the United States
on a vacatiortrip tepbe spent
in' San FrandilD, C b nua.
Those,' Attejniled Mr:
and Mrs. bert h Mi
Lilli n Pratt Mias Marie Mc-
Neff, Mr. 'Earl Flagg and Mr.
William Dobson.
Luncheon Hono s Mrs. Urrutia
Mrs. Victor C. UrrUtia, the
wlifiof the Minister of Educa-
ti0o as the guest of honor on
L' at a luncheon given by
a -pf of her. friends in the
Sal de las Americas of Hotel
El sama.

Ahn' formal cocktail party
w*t given on Saturday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Enrlque Kochman of El Cangre-
jo MIas Cmen Bright, Miss
M y Brria Mi Lucy Barri,
LieUtenant Victor M. Santini,
Lieutenant Angel Umplerre, and
Lieutenant Joquin BolagUer.
Lpei-Munden Marriage To Be
Thonemied Saturday Evening
The marriageof Miss Myriam
Lops, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
German Lopez, to Mr. James
Healttoa Munden will be sol-
eu o ,Saturday at 6:00 p.
ZZo thei "at ey Church.

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Mission Parochial School on
oa Road beginning with
the 8:00 a.m. Mass.
All Catholic ladies are invited
to attend and may make reser-
vations and receive information
by calling Mrs. Helen Barrett
2-317; Mrs. Marian Dodson 2-
2670; or Mrs. Dorothy Rose 2-
Bridge Tournament
W owners A enouneed
nnerso the bridge tourna-
ment plaedon Monday eve-
Oing I -the Cd Room of the
Hotel Tivoll were: 1st, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Norris; 24d, Mr. and
Mrs. H. 0. Robinson; 3rd, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Kohn; 4th, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Brady; 5th, Lt. Colo-
nel and Mrs. A. Belden; and
6th, Mrs. A. R. Llshn6ss and Mr.
G. Sanchez.
Benefit Movie on October 30
The Asilo de Nuestra Seffora
Committee of the Inter-Ameri-
can Women's Club will sponsor
a benefit movie on Thursday,
October 3, at the Drive-In
Theater. Tickets are $1.00 per
person and may be obtained at
the Club's Headquarters on
8haler Road. The film is "The
40 or."
. The door prizes include $10.-
06. gift certificates from the
French Bazaar, and the Ameri-
can Bazaar; a crystal vase from
Dagmar; a figurine from Cyr-
nos a piece of crystal from
,Shw's; an electric popcorn
popper from Firestone; an elec-
tric waffle iron from Westing-
house; and beverages from the
National Distillers. Several oth-
er business houses have made
cash donatlorA for this worthy
The general public is invited
to attend and contribute to the
ccemss of the benefit. The Asilo
de Nuestra' Sefiora is an Asylum
little girls. Robert R. Mc-
this chairman of the corn-

st M at
of the Cinal Zone w meet in
the Scottsb Rite. Temple in
Balboa on Saturday. Breakfast
will be served at 846 aim.
Reservations may 'be made by
calling Miss Grace Williams at
3-1916; Mrs. Loretta Newhard
at 5-472; or Mrs. Columbia Rel-
man at 2-160.

gland, and on the Continent. -
-Gambes Bazaar Friday Evening 1
FarewelulPenic Luncheon The annual bazaar of the
At^ re -- ee" Gamboa 'Union Church will be
LA Fernahdo Elet held on Friday evenfg. at the
were ii toa group of -the Gaiboa Cic Center wbete a
younger ston Sunday at alc- 'Johnny Mosettt" supper will be
lnacheon given a CeAeno served beginning at 5:00 pn4m.
in farewell to Miss Maria del .ckets are $1.00 for adults cnd
R.oI.o Orts, .de Zevallos who cents for children. Attrac-
l -.~leave the Isthmus soon h will include in Apron and
oa %er patents in Lima, Pe-. anc Work Booth; a Country
r Store; 1lshpond; Parcel Post
Booth; Sie'et Shop; Plantc
Booth; and White Elephant
Rsrvatieon HaWy Be Made Jor Booth. Sales will begin at 6:10
pi.g. The public Is invited.
Sar ,ben taken --
forAnal Fire- Church Womea Meet Tomorrow
men's Ball which is to be held The 77th Semi-Annual Meet-
on jF ,' member 7, at Ho- ing, of the Panama Federation
tel Pna. For reservations o,: Women's. oeletles for Chris-
phone Balboa&492. ti-AI Service will be held at the
The Canal Zone e Depart- Mrarita Union Church tomor-
mept has invited the winning row at 9:00 a.m. This will be a
team of the Armed Forces Com- half day session and all church
te Drill to be its guests for women are welcome at this
thiT.W lo Members of the meeting. ar-
t geant alph on- Traspotation will be ar-
deb, Sergeant Harry Mulford, ranged at Mt., Hope Railroad
Corralharles Aley Coo- Stato r oe arriving from
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Convention Draft on Rights.

Of Women To Go Before UN
UNITED NATIONS, Oct. 22, elected bodies, established by na-
(USIBY The U.N.'s seventh tonal law, on equal terms with
General Assembly has before it men.
this year for the first time for "Article 3. Women shall be en-
approval the text of -draft con- titled to hold public office and to
mention oh the politwal rights of exercise all public functions, es-
women. tablished by national law, on
The con'antiont, wll aims to equal terms with men."
equalize the states of min and In this connection, the Secre-
women in the enjoyment and ex- tary General circulated in AV-
ercise of political rights, in ac- gust a memorandum bringing up
cordance with the, N Charter to date his information on the
and the Universal Deelaration of status of political rights of won-
Human Rights, culminats more en.
than six years of the This memorandum showed
Commission on Se Status of that In. 16 countries women had
Women. no political rights.
It comes to the Assembly from In five other countries women
the Economic and Social Council. are entitled to vote in local elec-
The Council in its fourteenth ses- tons only.
sion this year approved the draft In 57. countries women may
convention as adopted by the vote in all elections on an equal
Commission last spring in Gene- basis with men, and in three

m. train. The meeting will be
preceded by coffee and lunch-
eon will be served by the ladies
of the Margarita Church at the
close of the meeting at 11:40
Art Exhimtion To Be At Tivoli
The Annual Community Art
Exhibition of the Canal one
Art League will Je held fromo
November 2 throUaghout No-
vember 18 at the Hotel rlvoli
in celebration of American Art
Week. .
The League invites artists to
enter oil paintings, water, col-
ors, graphics, ceramics, carving
and sculpture work with the
privilege of entering six pieces
with not more than four in one
All work should be brought
to the Hotel Tivoli on October
29, 30, or, 31 between the hours
of 4:30 and 7:30 p.m.
Binao Tomorrow Night
Bingo will be played tomor-
row nght at the American Le-
gion ub in the Fort Amador
Area. Members and their guests
are invited.
Bas Is To Be November 19
On Wednesday, November 19,
the League of Lutheran Women
will hold their bazaar at the
Lutheran Service Center on
Balboa Road.

Frost's Anti-Polio
Experiment Said
TO Be Encouraging
FROST, Tex., Oct. 22 (UP)-
A doctor who -helped inoculate
490 persons here in an anti-
polio experiment last year said
today not a single case of polio
has been reported in Frost since
Dr. A. L.- Griszafl, one of the
doctors who helped give vol-
unteer citizens a series of anti-
rabies shots, added that "it
looks encouraging."
;Su the emphasized that
"we're not absolutely sure." or-
diparlly, he said, wiht "all the
Poli0 around, we would have
ha mspeq here. But we didn't."
"Whether the shots did it, we
dot k iow," he .said.
By contrast, he said, there
were 19 cases of polio in Frost in
1960. In 1951, before the ex-
periment, there were seven
The experiment was conduct-
ed in the late summer of last
ear on the theory of Dr. Her-
rt Hipps of Waco, Tex,, that
anti-rabies- shots might prevent
Dr. Hipps based his theory on
an extensive study of records of
persons receiving antb-rlbies
shots and who had never con-
tted polio. .- ..

Sawyer Opposes'
Speed-Up Of 1953
Mifittry Build-Up

-Commerce Secretary Charles
Sawyer said today that he does
not favor a -eed-up of 1953
military production, as proposed
by Defense Mobilizer Henry H.
Sawyer told a news conference
he preferred 'not to go into
maters that must be dede by
the military," but he added:
"I would not favor an accele-
ration from the polat of vie* of
the general eeonaeay."
Sawyer, said a speed-up would
be pointless in hI# view because
'business is moving ant a ex-
cellent tempo now" and "there
is no reason to f"I that the
economy would colluem even if
defense spending re reduced
even more" tn land.
Fowler want the military to
investigate possibility of using
increased material supplies and
production facilities pext year,
to speed uo military output and
reach a "minniMual curity
goal" ahead of the present taR-
get date-"sometime in 196."




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va. This convention provides, in others they may vote in all elec- since,
its substantive articles: tions, subject to certain, qualifi- The
"Article 1. Women shall be en- cations not imposed on men: by Jar
titled to vote in all elections on Women have won full or limit- appeal
equal terms with men. ed political rights in 23 countries Blair,
"Article 2. Women shall be eli- since the signing of the United ter ow
gible for election to all publicly Nations charter in 1945. Reno,
Elks, Women's Groups Give ounThr

National Art Weeks Prizes invest
ted th
Three organizations of the Ca- Myres, historian and Miss Lois tall a
nal Zone have cooperated with Morgan will receive the work. All Jan
the Art League in the celebration artists over fifteen years of age, "Blair
of. The American Art Weeks civilians and members of the better
(Nov. 2-16). by offering prizes to armed forces are cordially Invited been
be presented for the best works to show their work during The to sul
of art in the annual comrdunity American Art Weeks. A small and t
art exhibition to be held at the membership or hanging fee is to hir
Hotel Tivolt. charged, agreed
The Elks, who for many years The
have promoted art activities, All work is insured during the new s
have again offered a prize. The period of thq showing. Blair'
Canal Zone Branch of the Amer- Artists should wire painting, anceI
ican Pen Women has also ar- properly for hanging. Each may suanec
ranged for a prize. The Pedro hang six pieces with no more Nevad
Miguel Woman's Club has also than four in one class. mean
followed the custom established Jean
some time ago of offering money which
to be used as a prize. The Canal new
Zone Art League also presents a ( seen
prize. B Le( tU ber of
The works to be exhibited will and I
be selected from the various BY PROFESSIONALS into
classes entered, oil paintings, wa- at its bs When
tercolors, graphics, cer a m i c s, a.i t "" Judy.
sculpture and woodcarving. The Jean.
number of prizes in each group .7 g ,./ were
will depend on the number of en- $7,100
tries. L body.,
Five judges have agreed to Litti
make the selections. They are: rapidly
Mrs. John Wiley, artist and closely
sculptor, Mrs. Craig Smyser, ar, SPECIAL ital,
tist. Gaspar Pacheco, architect, on tht
Adolfo Arias, artist and Judge viewth
Guthrie Crowe, cartoonist. WHY HAVE A HOME now i
All artists may enter their work by the
on Oct. 29, 80 or 31 from 4:30- PERMfANENT ? plated
7:30 p.m. at the IHotel Tivoll, "positb
Bryan Vauo h, P -hden oith ... with Inadequate facilities, tyle
C.Z. Art Lealie,. .. Morris,. no certain finished look. and out
Treas. of. the' eagbe, Mrs. O. no guarantee-when you can pistols
S. have a professional one eom-
plete for only 17.5#! It will Repc
Colon Rotary Club last on look btter oR
and o
To Observe MONDAY thru THURSDAY not re
These can be had descrif
UN Week Cu

bal-Colon Rotary Club is celeb-
rating United Nations Week at alboa Clubhose. aptatme.
their weekly luncheon at the Early! KAL
Strangers Club tomorrow. Make your "- 5 Riley
The Governor of the Pro- Appointment roomei
vince, the Mayor of the District BEAUTY SHOP Hickm
and all Consuls in Colon and rs. Bates Weman, Mt. phone
the Canal Zone have been in- os p0..s a am. to :00 .. er spa
vited to attend this gala event.

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d Young and three young
ren has been taken into
dy. District Attorney Ber-
Janes announced todai
es intimated even more
ets may have, been arrest-
r questioning -n the case
he said a group of "less
six" was In custody, none
horm have admitted any
licity in the crime.
e latest suspect, Janes said,
arrested late last night in
ent mills, about 30 miles
of here, at a service sta-
he had leased since the
ers a week ago lst Friday.
as taken to county Jail at
y in handctiffs where he
been under questioning
Janes said.
latest suspect described
nes was similar in physical
rance to Louis Edimund
37-year-old Chester thea-
wner who has been held in
Nev., for questioning since
Tuesday, all the while
aining his innocence.
ee year old S o nd r a
R only survivor of the
eon attack- on a lonely
g road near here, had told
igators two men commit-
he crime, one of them a
ng masked man. Both
and the new suspect are
nd balding men.-
es said, however, that
r's alibi is not getting any
'." He said authorities had
"trying to induce" Blair
bmit to a lie detector test
that one would be given
m tonight in Reno if he
District Attorney said the
suspect "is not a friend of
s. We obviously have been
ntrating on men other
Blair and we have several
cts in custody here and in
la." Later, he said "several"
t "less than six."
es said one of the things
focused suspicion on the
suspect was that he was
with a considerable num-
$20 bills in his possession
had been changing them
smaller denominations.
Young, his two daughters,
6, and Jean, 7, and
7. and Michael Salle, 4,
slain, the killers also took
in cash from Young's
mostly in $20 bills.
le Sondra, now recovering
y from the beating at
'-guarded Westwood Hos-
13 miles from here, gave
gators more information
e case in a second inter-
Janes said. He said she
dentifies the gun carried
e mashed man as a nickle-
pistol. He said she made
ire" identification of the
ePera) iimea 1$; nicking ft
rr 4a array of. several
Blaced before her.
orters were told the name
new suspect but Janes
other investigators would
*lease it officially. He was
bed av a former resident
Ia le, also in Plumas
y. who had a previous re-
if burglary arrests.
Dial B-A-R-K
AMAZOO, Mich. (UP) -
Hickmott is listed as a
r at the home of Degarmo
ott in the Kalamazzo tele-
directory. Riley is a cock-

A delegation of Campeche
fishermen complained that U.
S. trawlers anchor off beaches
and bribe the inhabitants with
rum, whiskey, canned foods and
cigarettes. They charged the
"pirates" were not molested by
the Mexican coast guard.

-Navy Secretary Dan A.
ball said today Marshalt
and military aid for
European countries "has L
money well spent."
Kimball, who returned lhtI
week from a European Inshe-
tion tour, said "the Mara
Plan plus military aid has g
things going over there." ;
He said he got an "ovetj
favorable impression" of
European situation, althou|
"we are not out of the wool
He "guessed" the U
States pays -about 20 per ceIt
of the defense bill for Eur
countries, but emphasized
was strictly a guess.

On 870,000 Pounds
Sugar suppliers are being in-I
vited to submit bids on 870.000
pounds of sugar for the Com-
missary Division to be delivered
to Mount Hope between Dec. 2
and Jan. 30.
Bids will eb accepted by the
Supply and Service director at
Balboa Heights or the general
manager of the Commissary
Division at Mount Hope uu ot
Nov. 19, when they will be open-
ed in public.
Suppliers may bid on the en-
tire 80.000 pounds or, as an 'al-
ternate bid, on one half that
amount. The sugar is to be
furnished in two and five-pound
packages and 100-pound bags.
All sugar must conform to
U. S. federal specifications for
white, hard, refined and granu-
lated sugar. It may be either
pure cane or pure beet sugar
and must be so labeled.
The last large sugar contract
by the Commissary was for 1,-
099,000 pounds supplied by Cia.
Azucarera, S. A., for delivery
during October and November.

Mexican Fishermen
Ask Protection
From US 'Pirates'
-Campeche state fishermen to-
day asked the Mexican govern-
ment to protect them from
United States "pirate" boats
poaching on their Gulf fishing



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Leave vour Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panamai
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n

Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

fourth of Ju!y Ave--Phone 2-0441

Salon de Belleza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street

Carlton Drug Store
10,059 Melendez Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n

Propaganda, S.A.
Agenda Internacional de Publicaciones "H" Street corner Estudiante St.
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798

HJoustehol you have a drinking problem
..Write Alcoholise Aeonymous. Sol
FOR SALE: Qjortr ra'tfr .hle. 2031 Ancon C. Z.
1 0.00 corner cab riet, gla9 1 co -
1 0.00 c2 Pedro iguel. Dr -VENDEHAKE. Medical chnic
Phone '-4-0 u. Lst.dant street No 140. Between
Phne. .- "K and 'J Strect. Phone 2-3479
FOR SALE.- Diingroom et. c.m- p onona
p le te. M ociern o ity d re er. d .. -
robe. Bamboo tables .N- 12h I\ANAMA & COLON AQUARISTS
St. Patillo, after 2:00 -. -New oortment tropical fishe.
g g-30 tlpes Panama Acuorio Tropi
FOR SALE:--Dning set, nrch.:gorl.. cl I| Vin E pona, opposite Juai
Q. M. $45.00. Two electric motoi( Fronco Stables. Phone 3-4132, Co
25 cycle I4 HP. $15.00. Chest of on S066 A, 91 Street, phone
drawer- $10.00. 8026-, i -il-B.
Marcarito. -
r- .. .- CS'aled bds, in triplicate, will be re
FOR SALE:-!2 mine glos e, ,6. ceied in the office of the En'
00. Rodio. $6000. Electric cock, gineernng and Construction Direc
$4.50. Sunbeam Coffee toer tar, Panoamoa Canal Company, Bol'
$18.00. 9 ft. Westinghou.e refr,- bo Heights, until 10:00 a. m
gerator, $60.00. Venetian blind,, December 9, 1952, and then
4 small, 2 large, $30.00. 8 gloas opened in public, for furnishing al
windows, $5.00. House 7.2-B, plant tools, equipment, material
Balboa rood, Baibc. _____ except certain materials listed
FOR SALE-Folding 4 panel s. reeni in the s.pecificatons to be furnish-
mahogany. Coffee table, mrincgoe- ed free to the contractor), labo
ny. Oak dresser. Zenith roio. Oak and services and for performing
rocker, bridge lamp. Small naoro- oil l.ork for construction in the
gony table. 16 inch electric fan Canal Zone of:
25 cycle. Porch screens. Louvers. ITEM A--Ccnsiruction of Twen-
Sow horses. Miscellaneou, dishes ty-one i21 i Quarters Buildiieg'
and vases. Carpenter's work bench! and Appurtenances at Balboa.
with steel swivel vise with 4-in. ITEM B8-Construction of One I)
jaws. House 8223-A Margarita. Type 431 Quarters Etuilding anC
--.-- ------ Appurtenances at' Balboa.
FOR SALE-Venetian blinris, mi.cel- ITEM C-Corozal Townsite Con.
loneous sizes. WestrnghouLse refri- struction.
gerator. Frigidoire. 42 x -42 dining ITEM D -- All work included in
table, metal. Sideboard. Storage ITEMS A, B, and C, above.
cabinet. House 3. .o Apt. Id An- Bid schedules, forms of. proposals
con. Tel. 2-1340 to Frdov. specifications, and full particulars
FOR SALE:-Beds complete with may be obtained from the office
new mattress, S30 C00 Dre'sers of the Contract and Inspection
with mirror S 5.OC, Oak Euflet,, Division, Room 336, Administra-
$10.00; Gas Stose:. guoianteed, tion Building, Balboa Heights,
S55.00 an d ('T.00. Electric (Telephones 2-3739 or 2-2698)1
Stoves. guaranteed S30 CC. EV ani Specifications and drawings will be
hew Rattan coffee and end tables issued on a deposit of $40.00 for
from $19.50, Coil Springs. Mat- 0 combined set covering all
tersses from $15.00. Bed Frames ITEMS. Deposit will be forfeited
$3.00. if specifications and drawings are
CASH OR CREDIT not returned within 40 days after
Household Exchange, 41 Autonmobile opening of bids.
Row, Tel: 3-4911. Sealed bids in duplicate will be re-
FOR SALE: led, bureau, couch, ceived in the office of the Restau-
cheirs, lemps, dinette set, Halli- rant Officer until 1:30 p.m. on
crfter radio, photographic equip- November 20th, 1952, and then
ment, kitchen utensils. Phone Cu- opened, for the operation of the
rindu 5161, after 1700. Cuiundu Restaurant Dining Rooma
and Soda Fountain, on o conces-
WANTED ion basis Bid forms and details
WA. I Cmay be obtained froni the Man-
ager, Curundu Post Restaurant,
Miscelaneous Curundu, C. Z.
WANTED: 25 cycle automatic SPECIAL EXCURSIONS!
washing machine to buy or to trade FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO
60 cycle, Easy Spindrier as part one way $85, round trip $135 (15
payment. Phone Rodman 3524. day-lirnt), $160. 'cood one year);
WNTED: Bedrcomwk-- che-Ito LOS ANGELES, one way. $149.
WANTED Bedrcom with kitchen 1I5, round trip $252.35. 90 day-.
privileges, American couple with lim it P0na5r Dispatch Serv;e
&6 months baby. 2 weeks, starting Iopposite Ancon bus stop. 'el. Pan-
about 3 or 4th of Nov. Reference bus top Tel n-
in Balboa. Phone 2-3260. 2-1655.

WANTED: By American Coupie
without children. fully furnished FOR SALE
apartment in Bella Vista cr Vito
del Mar, for a period of more or MiscellaneouO
less two months, commencing Nov- FOR SALE-- w used 35MM
ember Eighth, telephone 2-2644, OR SALEcture ro used 35MM ctors te V
from 8 to 12 and from 2 to -. tion Picture Projectors IDe Vrie
m 8 to 1wi2 and from 2 to th sound 25 cycle. Cristob
WANTED:-Vocction quarter on or Armed Services YMCA 3-2 64.
about 20th of November No R ,'---R' Irn '-
wild-parties or pets. Service mnii r FRS b nE -R loner c3in c
and wife. References,. Call 2-1569 S.iglebed new inner-pring ma
after 5 p. m. tre-s $30.00. High Standurd
WA--ED -- .-E autoic, new,. 40. Man', ove
WANTED:-Diiamond, 80 point. Te- coot 42, $25.00 Phone 37-81
lephone 83-6257. 722, house 361, France Field,
WANTED TO BUY:-Small reiger- FOR SALE: -- 12 inch Craftsm,
ator either electric or gas. kero- Band saw with stand ond 1-4 H.
sene. Good condition Write Box1 25 cycle motor. S7 00o. De
1124, Colon. freeze, 7 1 -2 cu. ft. White porch
WANT to transfer furnished bache- lan enamel inside. 1 15 Volts
lor apartment in Eello Vista. For Cycle, like new, used two montl
information phcrs Parnomo 3-493 I $300. T. A. Marti. Tel 4-42
4 to 8 p. mr. House 221, Pedro Miguel

FL Gulick Woman Court Upholds

Appeals Sentence Conviction Of Man

On Theft Charge Sentenced To Chair


A Panamanian woman whot TALLAHASSEE Fla., Oct 22.
was found guilty of petit larce- UP-Th, ,i "
ny yesterday .in the Cristobal Court today upheld the iirst de-
Magistrate's Court immediately ee murder conv i o
gave notice of appeal of the Elwood North, dapper Fort
sentence a $25 fine. Meadle undertaker sentenced to
The defendant, Mercedes Mar- the electric chair for the slay-
Sing. of a widow \ ho had willed
cela Crews, a resident of Fort r o a wiow o had willed
Gulick, was arrested Oct. 16 for l heiA $50,000 estate.
allegedly stealing cheese and North lk County lury found
tea in the Clistobal Commis- Bett Au lty of killinge Mrs.
an. I951 BettAlbritton. 57. in June,
951, in her loneiv ltostproof
farmhouse while her 'son and a
Yesterday she pleaded not iNegro hired man v. eat far an
guilty in court but was found ambulance v r an
guilty. She posted an appeal Attorneys for the 35-year-uld
bodd which was set at $50. North contended that Mrs. Al-
The defendant was repre- britton died of a heart attack
seized in court by attorney S. before they could et medical
T. *Frankel. help.
The government was repre- Mrs. Albritton had n inh
seneed by Dist. Atty. Rowland North the sole benefacti,n ri
K. -lazard. her will, leaving nothing to her
S mentally subnormal son H1heryb
X ~nder ~Walrns sAlbritton. oma so
Aexander Warns "No reversible error i. madee
R ds Can Launch to appear and evidence does
SConLaunch not reveal that the ends of tis-
tice require a new trial.,"Ine
jor Offensive high court said.
"The factS point ,..-. '-- .

DNDON, Oct. 22 (UP ---Brit-
tfense Minister, Field Mar-
Earl Alexander, Issued a
today that the Corm-
are capable of launch-
a major offensive on any
a st will and without warn-

r. ...
assured the Lords. however,
there is no evidence sug-
a such a major offenaive,
renewed fighting In E**-










o .... .....a.. .. an IPad to
only one conclusion and that is

For Sale 1946 Chevrolet
4 door, 5 white sidewall
fires. Easy payments.
Lefevre Park
Phone 3-44

FOR SALL:-Used ,tires, passenger
& commercial at Agencies Cosmos,
on Automobile Row No. 29, tele-
nhn1o Panamn 2 4721-

Minimum for 42 words.
3c. each additional word.

Gromlich Santa Clara beach- D Mf lIlIl
cottages. Electric Ic boxes, gas ROFESSIONAL
stoves, moderate rotes. Telephone
6-441 Gamboa, 4-567 Pedro eMi-
guel. I

--- -cloU- rsdn Houses on BEACH at Santa Clara.
FOR SALE: 1950 2-door sedan, Phone SHRAPNEL Balboa 2820.
radio, bed. $1.250.00. Telephone
Bolboo 3022 after 4 p. m. 5647- Phillips. Oceanside cottages. Santo
L, Diablo. Clara. box 435, Balboa. PhoneI
I-- Panama 3-1877, Cristobol 3-1673.1
FOR SALE:-Ford, 1937, 4-door se- -I
dan. a bargain at $100.00. House FOR RENT
103-G, Paraiso.

FOR SALE:-1951 Pontiac Catalina.
Duty Paid. Blue and Ivory, WVSW,
Hydromatic, rodio, 9,000 miles.
Call Balboa 4211.
FOR SALE: --1950 Packard 4 Dr.
automatic, W/W, radio, leather,
$1.650.00. 5711-B, Diablo Hgts.'
FOR SALE: -- Willys Sedan 1940.
Good condition, $150.00. Balboa,
2-3406. Williamson Place 0772-
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet 1 1V-
ton Panel. Inquire North Amer-
icon Tobacco Products, Inc. No.
21 Juan B. Sosa Street.

FOR SALE: Cheap! Buick Super
1948, convertible, radio, excellent
condition. Duty Paid. Tel. 2-3518
FOR SALE:-Model "A" Ford Coupe,
duty paid, and Pick-up. Both good
condition. Tel. 83-6257.
FOR SALE:-'48 Hudson Sedan, all
extras perfect condition. 330 E, Pe-
dro Miguel.
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford U-8 Custom.
Exceptional condition. Good Rub-

Two and 'five room furnished and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
FOR RENT: Room to gentleman
with private bathroom. 43rd St.,
No. 43, Apt. C, from 4:00 p. m.
Real Estate

FOR SALE: Large house: living-
diningroom, 4 bed-rooms, near new
"Rio" theatre. Fruit trees, bear-
ing, lot 900 sq. meters, $6.000.-
00, terms. Tel. 2-3518, Ponania.

Gillete Appalled
(Continued from Page 1)

ber, Radio. Call 2-3539. Cocoli- cil told the Senator she "repre-
Naval. Security unit. $1,695. sents the people in the street," '
FOR SALE:-Used tires at bargain and urged him before he leaves
prices. Tires for small buses, for to see the old, vermin-ridden
trucks and cars. El Tombor, 15th houses in the Canal Zone that
East Street, opposite Villanueva y she said are "in no way com-
Telerra. Tel. 2-1444. parable to U.S. housing."
Another complaint Mrs. Rennie
PERSONALS brought out was that employes
will not be in a position now to
HUMAN ENGINEERING. Corrective take Stateside vacations which ,
Adjustment of the *ody Structure.' are necessary for health reasons.
George D. Barb. Jr,, No. 11, 7th. She said an idea of how bad the
St., Tel. 2-3833. By appointment. employes economic situation was
P it In the Canal Zone was the state-
Position Offered ment of the Credit Union -which
is only one money-lending or-
WANTED:-Cor Salesmen, whole or ganization that over $990,000
port time. Must be experienced was lent out last year.
and alert. Phone Panama 2-3330. In soliciting funds to help the
drive, Mrs. Rennie told the sen-
atot that many Panamanian
ck, Depuwives of employes mentioned to
WhIock, D u her the fact that Panama was
SNew Aidesy hungry ad a "good set-up
Na New Aies for Communist inflltraiton."
Gillette asked the delegation
Capt. Raymond G. Lehman, whether tb.?re were any signs of
Jr., and 1st. Lt. Selby F. Little, Communist influences here. and
Jr., were recently named aide was told that emploves were;
to Maj. Gen. L. J. Whitlock; screened thoroughly for loyalty.
Commanding General of the In answer to his question as to'
United States Army Caribbean, whether workers in the Canal
and Brig. Gen. F. A. March; Zone were thoroughly unionized,
Chief of Staff, USARCARIB and both Lovelady and Wagner ad-
Deputy Commander, U. S. Army emitted that they were "not too
Forces, Panama. well" organized, however the ac-
Captain Lehman has been in tion on the rent question seemed
the Canal Zone sinee January, to Influence a great many em-
1951 and, prior to his new as-' ployes to stan together from
signment, served with Company to std g
H, 33rd Infantry Regiment at now on.
Frof Kobbe for one year. He Gtllette plans to leave the Zone
entered service in 1943, was Friday.
graduated from OCS in 1945.
and received his Regular Army fm e ll .1
mm o din9 e Spark ank 111-Day
commission in 194. Married, the a lnus -Day
captain has two children..He
hails from Ware, Mass. and
served at Fort Ord, California (aipa
in his last Stateside assign-
Lt. Little graduated from Causc Laryniis
West Point in 1947 and arrived WASHINTON, Oct. 22 (UP)
here last August. This is his -Democratc vicp. presidential
first tour of duty in the anal candidate John Sparkman I
Zone. He is married and has wis hospitalized by an attack
one son. Prior to his arrival here of laryngits today shortly be-
he served with the llth Air- fore he was scheduled to leave
borne Division at Camp Camp- on an 11-day cSmpaign trip.
bell, Ky. Democratic officials immed-
ilately began recruiting sub-
Rotary, Lions Join stit te speakers to fill in for the
Rotary, Lions Jama s actor on the first
CofC To Observe patmrtrof his tourof
Mrs. Hates Kelauver, wife Of
A ;the Tennesee senator, and. as-
ron o-American Day ssy tant Qecretary o n Treasury
John a. Graham agreed to
The regular weekly luncheon pinch hit for Sparkman at
of The Panama Rotary Club for Rocky Mount. N. 0;, tonight.
Thursday, October 23rd, has Sen. Russell B. Long (D-La.)
been cancelled, and the inem- w1l speak in ohi place at Ander-
bers of the Rotary Club will join son, 8. C., tomorrow and a
with the Lions Club and Junior speech scheduled for Atlanta to-
Chamber of Commerge'In the ee- morrow" night was cancelled. -
lebration of Pan Amdrican Day The Naval Medical Center at
at The Union Club on Friday nearby Bethesda, Md., s a i d
veening, October 24th, at 8:00 Sparkman will be confinUd "for
1) m. a few days" for treatment of
"laryngitis and a mild respIra-
DOUBLE CHECK tory condition."
RICHMOND, Va. (UP)- The A hospital spokesman said his
Bureau of Internal Revenue of- condition was not serious but
fice Issued a duplicate- check would require rest In bed.
for Income tax refund to a man Sparkan caught a cold last week
here The claimant said a cow wh e campaigning in Penayl-
ate the original check. vania and Maryland.

Bargain of the week!

in perfect condition duty paid




RATS are
Rat & Mouse Killer
(contains WAR-FARIN)
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140

17 Auto Row
Tel. 3-4628

Transportes Baxter, S. A.

Shipping, moving,
We pack and-crate
anything. 'Phone
2-2562, PanamA.

or move

Dr. A. and &. ORILLAC
(Palmer Graduates)
8 12 and 2 --6 p.m.
Saturday: 8 12 noorn.
55 Per Avenue Tel. 3-1S
(1 block from Lux Theatre)

Telehone: 3-4963
Avealda Naelonal 43

als colonel t will-is-
sue shaip bearing the above
design, to c-tWOMMMBt the
coronation of Q en lUzabeth
II, in' Jiuni@4 Toter with
the mp to be Issued by Great
Britain, there will be some 60
srtams in the Corotiona series.

Tonight At Nine'
To Go O, Stage
Here In. Spanish
"Tonight At NI M will be pre-
en ted in b at the Nation-
a Theat M KU P *Aan Ar-
;entine cu startingg a well-
known Latin etO Ifd play-
wright, Pedro LAi "
Lagar, wb, Is R j a -
Td elso from )I s la

Tofr t fit
eadinh s '
,chedhtl W.llO

With Zonians

In the Service

. (Isthmian with fam ily
members or friends in the
U. S. Armed Forces are in-'
vited to contribute to thli de-
partment by maiUifg data to
t4e Zone Serviceman's EditM
or, The Panama-Amertcatn,
Box 134, Panama, I. I. In-
formation as to servicemen't
whereabouts, their' Pomo-
tions and excerpts from their
letters are of particular In-
, Photographs are used, but
none can be returned.

Pvt. Ray Clymer
Arrives In Japan

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1950 Sedan 4 door ....'.. $1JM,

Pvt. Ray Clymer of AAcon, who
enlisted in the Army at Ft. Ama-
dor in January 1952 and left the
Isthmus 10 days later, has re-
cently arrived in Japan.
The son of Mrs. Shirley Cly-
mer. who is employed in the Ca-
nal's Housing Division in Balboa,
was born on the Isthmus and at
tended Pedro Miguel Grade
School and Balboa High.School.
He received his basid Army
training at Camp Chaffee, Ark.,
and Ft. Hood, TIexas,
Pvt. Clymer wrote home as fol-
lows recently:
"We arrived at Yokohama, Ja-
pan and' were processed in 36
hours. We returned to the same
boat and after three days went
ashore in landing boats at In-
chon, Korea. From there we went
by train through Pusan and
Seoul to Chunchon, where we
stayed a day and then went to
our battery. We are near Capitol
Hill and a few mile from a
moutan called '"Old .dy." We
can gtanhcd 6utside our tent and
ste the shells and bombs burst-
Ing and the fed fla4hes. Our oth-
er battery was hit badly; 3 killed
and 6 wounded. There have been
9 killed in my present battery
in a year's time.
"Well that's enough of. that. It
is very cold, 40 degrees at night
and 68 degrees in the daytime.
Incidentally, we are 14 hours a-
head of your time; we are having
night when it is daytime- there
and vice versa. There isn't much
to say, all we do is fight. HOw-
ever. we do get cigarettes and
have movies once in a while; and
thivn fight some more.
"Let the kids know where I amn
as I would like to hear from
them. I will answer any ques-
tions that I can, where informa-
tion Is not restricted. My address
is: -
Pvt. Ray Clymer, RA-10200582
"B" Battery, 424th FA., Bn.
A.P.O. 301, c/o Postmaster
San Francisco, Calif."

Federation Holds
Meeting Tomorrow
At Margarita.
The 77th semi-annual meeting
of the Panama Federation of
Women's Societies Per Christian
Service will be held t the Mr-
garita Union Churh to0al O
at 9 a.m.
This will be a half day sen5o0.
All church women are welcome.
Transportation will be arranged
at Mt. Hope railroad station fr
those arriving from th" Paalc
side on the 8:35 train. M
The meeting will be peoided
by coffee and luncheon wili -be.
served by the ladN" 1 f i Mr-i
garita Church at t 4 .: ; ,: Ol
the meeting at 1140.
Rev. William H. .-umtrol,.
British Methodist p Vatof P3-
ama City. will be the 61e"t
speaker. His topic ill "., "The
Eternal Word in CotempONuLry
There will be twO 5 s5o-
los rendered by Mrs, SWat
son, "The Lord 21 'MY Wit"W by
Frances Alliton a e nd Pnt
Now Thyself WtthN d' b
Frankin Riker. )ir,: Wtelul
will be accompanIed by Miss
Freda FlennlkelLn.

RICHM YB. Cup)- Vir-

i at th e 4 o Cu>h o a l
Uon, Uiwl
,nour S11 ln, says

1947 Sedan 4 door

1949 Sedan 4 door

1951 Riviera Coupe


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1947 Sedan door.......

1949 Conv.C oupe.

1950 Sed 4 door

1946 Sedan 4 door

1949 Sedan 2 door

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Mr. EtRa Montgomer, *f Jieweastle, Penasylvania, and
Mis t Bon, of roklyn HekhtX4 New York, were
menorSei an elaborate ward paty un at the Hotel
Var 1a; Monday evenmt"r by Mrs. Wai l at Wf w

*Wi Brown is the houseguest weeks on the Isthmus as the
of her sister and brother-n- guest of Reverend and Mrs. Fred
law Ca tjin and Mcs. P e t e r Joes of tun.
SDuncaiMrs.. MqntomeryIs Reverend J nson is pastor of
vitin hr-daughtez and sm- the Calvary Baptist Church of
In-law, Captain and Mrs. Ar- Batesville, Arkansas. He is visit-
thur L. Logan. ing the work of the church' on
Prizes for bridge were won by the Isthmus.'
Mrs. C. S. M acrkak, Mr P.
John Kernick, Miss Jeanne Do- Maserae Bail Planned
ble, Mrs laul ThErtault, Mrs. At'Coco Solo
Earl BeAk tMls. Peter Dun- The Coco Solo Officers Wives
can, Tr* hundred honor prize Club. is ponsoring a Masquer-
was won by Mrs. Robert Leigh. ade Ball to be given at the Oft
The canasta winners were: fliers Club oin the Station Sa-
Mrs. Gilbert Morland, Mrs.I turday evening. All officers of
bert Allen, Mrs. R W. W. ttbelli, the Armed Fores and their
Mrs.' A. L. Logan and Mrs. Ar- ladies and friends are cordially
thur McLean. Invited to attend.
Forty-six ladie were invited There will be door -pries and
for the evenlnt df cards and to costume prizes. Music will be
meet the honorees. furnished by an orchestra The
Price of admission is $2.50 per
Mrs. Warrington couple.
Mrs. Joseph Harrington was'
the recipient of a surprise stork Birth Announcement
shower given at the Parish Hall Mr. and Mrs. Marion E. Taake
Church, Moandy w.ering, by the announce the birth of a son at
members of the Ca th olie the Colon Hospital on October
Daughters of America,, C our t 18. The baby has been named
Our dy of the Miraculous Edward Albert.
Medal, lo. 874. Mr. Taake is employed by
The power took place dur- the Oil Handling Plant.
ing the social program of the
organization, with Mrs. Angela Informal Dinner for Visitors
Castillo, Mrs. Gregorio Con n, Mr. and Mrs. William Grady
Mrs. Agnes Simons and Mrs. were hosts for an informal fa-
Margaret Edmonds as hostesses. mily dinner at the Hotel Wash-
Gan wert ,arranged by Mrs. ington, Monday, to welcome Mr.
Mariaff a and the prize win- and Mrs. Ernest de la Ossa and
ners were: Miss Dorothy Kam, their children, Richard and Bil-
Mrs. Eugenia Borden, Mrs. Ma- ly.
rie Wright and Mrs. Margaret The other guests were: Mr.
Hdpkius. and Mrs. Hollis Griffon and
Mrs-.opikkl was introduced Mrs. Estella Moudrey, members
as a nei member during the of Mr. de la Ossa's family.
meeting. In the afternoon the visitors
A. Hallowe'en theme was used made a tour of the Gatun Locks
by the hostesses In the appoint- with Mr. George Poole.
meits of the buffet table.
The their r members present Returning from Vacation
were: Miss Carmen Calonje, Among the local *residents
Miss Inez Lowe, Miss Mable who returned Monday were:
Lyew, Mrs. Nellie Voight, Mrs. Mrs. D. A.'Waddell, Jr., and son,
Lucy Blades, Mrs. Rita Washa- Wally, who had been visiting
baifgh, Mrs. Dora Seixas, Mrs. relatives in East Liverpool, Ohio.
Angelica' Wong, Mrs. Ros a They stopped in New Jersey
Ycdng;- Mrs. Claire Geneteau, with Mrs. W. F. Christian, wife
MiW. Alice Alexaitis, Mrs. Ange- of the late purser on the "Pa-
Una Ng, and Mrs. Ann Schultz. nama."
Ao I ent was Father Vin- Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Beland
cept M. and- Mrs. Bela i' another, Mrs.
Louise Acker rer= rned from a
Rev. Johnson Welcomed with three months' vacation spent at
Shp0ee Rapid River, Michigan, near Mr.
hejMpt ethe Atlantic Bellae r. I
B3atlstiMh.welcomed Rev- M I t"aerp A they were
erend Carl H. Johnson with a the dinner guests of Mr and
buffet supper given at the Mrs. Chester Undgr n.
ehtrirc auigi on/Bolivar Ave., Coft of
**ninZ "P alie T Craft of
$llrW.oumembers of the reti, d froi a ylArt wilft s
cnrch were present to meet the family -W Norolk. a.
or who will spend Ihree Mrs. Rosemary Reardon re-
turned from a short vacatlon
spent 1 .#ew York.
I||A Um Ifl^ Special Meeting of Ladies Club
AUTO SERVIC heFort Sherman N. C. 0.
Wives Club held a special meet-
ing Monda evening at the home
SboY iL' ff anilth, with -the
(presiding. '
Corner of Ane6n Ave. The new by-laws were adopt-
& "H" Street ed and new committees formed.
The offlera present were, with

e plI to announce t Ms. Wrrern White; secretary-
I'# dlentele that the NEW Mra.' lifford Andersen; trea-
Isurer- Mrs. Henry Cooper, and
TELEPHONE NUMB E R S Board of Governors- Mrs. Ro-
.= bert Blaker, Mrs. Leonard Field-
demand Mrs. Charles Shinn.
Hostesses for the meeting
were: Mrs. Robert Blaker and
1141 Mrs. Clifford Anderson.
The other members attending
were: Mrs. Ray Gaines, Mrs.
David Pollock, Mrs. _James
..Thompson, Mrs. Cpfford Griggs,.
Mi. omnic D'Augusta, Mrs

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James Crowell, and Mrs. Itobert
Girl Scout Sunday
. Sunday, October 26, is Girl
Scout Sunday, hnd all Oirl
Scouts and Cirl Scout Adult*
In the Canal Zone'are asked to
join their sister scouts in the
United States by wearing their
uniforms when they atte i d
church next Sunday.

38 La Boca OHS
Students Listed
On Honor Roll
Thirty-eight sUlidents of La
Boca Occupational High .School
wee listed on the honor roll In
the first marking period in the
opening semester, according' to
the list isued by F. A. Castles,
prince ipal.
TWo sophomores and three ju-
nior 'made the fiv6 top ratings,
while five members of the senior
class, were in the next highest
The list of honor students in.
order of their standings follows:
Judith Van Horn, Dorothy Tho-
mas. Luclano Laguna, Ida How-
ard, Olga Lawrence, Adlyth
Rhaw, Orman Simmons, Ethlyn
Markland, ,Clandiz Ford, Lorell
Edghill, Eltina Smith, Carlyle
Clarke, E ys 8shaw. Vivian Ro-
herttso. Clebert McClure, Clifton
Henry, -Fitz Glasgow. Cynthia'
Francis". Jeannette Cummings,
Jonathan Seales, Grace Brown,
Herrington Bryce, Manuel Gue-
rtero, Jacinta Medford, Carlos
Payne, Vidlet Tait. Ivan Lowe,
Hector Markland, Earl Clarke.
Calvin Sinclair, Ruby Williams.
Robert Millet, Rudolph Mitchell.
John Scantlebury, Wilfred Sin-
clair, Allan Tomlin. Clifford
Hinds and Carmen Welch.

Hospital Center

To Hold Open House
The education' center at the
U. s. Army Hospital at Fort
Clayton will hold open house
tomorrow afternoon between 4
and 5 to mark the increase in
educational activities there and
the arrival of new furnishings
for the center.
Visual displays featuring the
Buccaneer. AFRS. USAFI. Canal
Zone Junior College and Louis-
lana State University will be on
exhibit to give a clearer picture
of Information and Education
functions in the Canal Zone.
f Also on display will'be a selec-
tion of '"bateas," painted by
military personnel and their de-
pendents who are members of
the Ho-sital Education Center
bateas painting class.
Oil paintings by Capt. Rita
Corn, hospital staff, and Pvt.
August Holland, USARCARIB
Training Aids Shop, will also be
on exhibit.
Semi-classical records will be
played throughout the cere-
The open house is under the
supervision of Mrs. Ona Fee
Johns, hospital education ad-

MELBOURNE, Australia (UP)
-A lizard derailed a train at
Lake Boga near here. The 18-
inch non-poisonous blue
togued reptile started a run
ap the trouser leg of a railway
guard, confusing the man as he
was throwing a switch. Three
loaded freight cars left the

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Asolne Pinay Faces

Crisis On Issue

PARXi, Oct 22 (UPF FPr,
mier Antoaine Pinay haB6bacl
to the wall on a bitter SurSpear
Army issue.
The crisis facing thle Europeal
defense community started ove
the weekend when the psedlden
of the French Nation Al emm
bly, Edouard Herriot, dropped
a political bombshell daring i
Radical Socialist congress i
Bordeaux, claiming' h part:
would not back the plan it
present form.
Last night, Pierre Henri Teit
gen, resident of the Popula
Republican Mpvement (MRP
demanded that Pinay and lii
government put 'an end to the
confusion by s t a t Ing flatly
whether they were for or against
the European Army treaty as i
now stands.
Teitgen said "the present si-
tuation cannot be continued
Either the Premier and his gov
ernment are entirely behind the
Minister of National Defense
Rene Pleven and Foreign Min
sister Robert Schuman and sa'
so, or the government is divided
and must immediately take the

Three Girs' League

Organizers Fetedl

Al District Parley
Three Isthmian organizers ol
the Methodist Girls' League were
honored at the seventh district
conference held on Saturday.'
They are: Miss Louise Daw-
kins, who founded the Panama
branch; Mrs. Claris Arthur
founder of the Colon branch; anc
Mrs. C. A. Rodriguez, whc
founded the Paraiso branch.
Each of them was presented
with a bouquet and congratula-
tory card.
The Panama Girls' League was
organized In 1937; the Colon
branch in 1938 and the Paralso
branch in 1946. Miss Hazel Whyte
now residing in Jamaica, organ-
ized a branch in La Boca during
The conference was presided
by Miss Pearl McLeod. contact
secretary for Girls' League in Ja-
maica, presently visiting the
Ellis L. Fawcett addressed the
conference -as guest speaker.
The devotional part of the pro-
gram was conducted by the Rev.
Wilham Armstrong, superinten-
dent of the Weileyacma6ite$. He
meditiated o ththe bhe1aeiI "SThe
Light of Qield." J

Local W 9*4 ks
1952 Free t
Crusade Campoign
The executive board of Local
900, GCEOC-CIO, unanimously
passed a motion recently endor-
sing the Latin American Cru-
sade for Freedom campaign.
GCEOC-CIO staff representa-
tive William H. Sinclair. who
has been representing the CIO
on the Pacific Side board of
directors was appointed chair-
man of the Crusade for Freedom
campaign among non-U.S. citi-
zen employes In the Canal Zone.
Plans have already be en
made to establish committees
in all local rate towns in the
Canal Zone to assist with the
solicitation of funds.
Harold W. Rerrie 2nd presi-
dent, representing the CIO on
the Atlantic Side board of di-
rectors, will work jointly with
the Pacific Side group.

SPan Shelley Winters, about a irl
Opening lted-VQ friend shedding a hubby after
only a month's marriage:
"You should only marry men
Today's hand is taken from you know."
the semi-finals of an important -
English tournament. It is worth
a second look because of the way Dunninger, the master mental-
declarer handled the diamonds: ist:
Before we get to the play of I "You know something? my
the cards, however, it is inter- memory is terrible. Nine times
eating to-notice how South bid out of 10 I can't remember my
the hand. His jump to four telephone number and I have to
spades may seem rash, but there look it up."
was actually a good deal of logic
in it. The bidding of the oppo-
nents Indicated that they didn't Donald O'Connor, about work-
have very powerful hands. South ing at different studios:
therere e correctly judged tha t "Itgives me an opportunity to
North would show up with a work with new creative talent at,
moderately good hand. each studio writers, directors
West opened the queen of and producers, plus other actors
hearts, and declarer naturally I've never worked with. A new
won in dummy with the ace. The choreographer, for instance Is
first question was whether 'to something that challenges a
finesse in clubs or in spades. De- dancer's imagination-and I like
clarer came up with the rightt ,,
answer by leading a club from"
dummy and finessing the jack MAKING AN EXAMPLE
of clubs.
This was correct because there Crinn Calvet, to Mike Connol-
was a slight chance that the Carin C o Mike Connol-
king of spades would fall with- ly:
out a finesse, whereas there was "By now I'm sure everybody
practically no chance that the and his brother knows I'm really
king of clubs would drop. More- French, but I'm still not going to
over West's bid of one no-trump drop my lawsuit against Zsa Zsa
practically located the king of Gabor for saying I'm really an
spades in the West hand. English girl. She must be made
After winning with the jack of ian example for others who seek
clubs, declarer led the ten of to destroy the reputations of suc-
spades from his hand, and all cessful people."
played low. South next laid
down the ace of spades, hoping
that West had.been unwise e- George Burns, about Gracle
enough to duck the first trump Allen:
with only a doubleton king. As "People think Gracie is a come-
It happened, of course, this hope dienne. She isn't. She's an ac-
falled, and South had to give up tress. If I had to replace her in
a spade trick. West got out safe- our act. I would have to team up
ly with a heart, and South ruf- with someone like Jane Wyman."
f e d ... ,.
South now had to find some
way of limiting the loss in dia- Richard Greene, on the sub-
monds to two tricks. South de- ject of his glamorous dates:
cided that East was probably "Rita Hayworth? She's a mar-
short in diamonds, since he was rned woman, so how can people
practically marked with a six- talk about a roniance between
card heart suit. us? We's just friends. Lady Ash-
How did South know about the ley? I've known her for years. It
length of East's hearts? West doesn't have to be a romance if
had opened the queen of hearts
and had later played the ten of
hearts. If West had held a third 700 9:15
heart, he would have opened his TODAY P.M.
low card rather than the queen. .. I ".M.
Hence West was marked with on-
ly two hearts, which meant that
East started with six. DRIVE IN ThIeaer

Having decided that East was
probably short in diamonds,
South began that suit by leading
the jack from his hand. West
won with the king of diamonds,
and on the next round of dia-
monds South played low from
the dummy, in the hope that
East Would have to play his ace,
whether he liked it or not. This
turned out to be the case, and
South therefore made his ambi-
tious contract.

Greatly human!
Intensely bold!
Universal drama!
Outstanding new French hit!
(The Two Sides.Or Truth)

On Transisthmian Rpad, be-
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It's Movietime TONIGHT!

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Air-Conditioned "THE FAMILY SECRET" .
6:15 & 7:55 Thursday "SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR"
DIABLO HTS. Motion Pictures Cancelled!
The Theatre Guild presents
"NIGHT MUST FALL" curtain 8:00 p.m.
C 0 C 0 L I Humphrey BOGART Lizabeth SCOTT
*6:15 & g:5 "DEAD RECKONING"

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A Drama of Powerful
Dane Clark Gail Russell
Ethel Barrymore, in





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(Both Sides of Truth)
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Wendell Corey Vera
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BY ERSKINE JOHNSON you take a friend out for an ner Bros. spent five months on"
NEA Staff Correspondent evening." 'my films. It was ridiculous. But.8
'it was the cameramen, not the,,
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Hol- Robert Mitchum, fishing at actors or the directors, who sl6w- -
lywords, On the Record: George Sportsmen's Lodge, told an at- cd things down. I like fast filming:
Raft. on the 18-month income tendant: --it's fun again." ,
tax exemption kick:I "With the line I've got, they it
"I'm going to try it. But I don't just wait to get baited." Author James Thurber, about"
think actors have much chance ---TV:
to get by with it. The law wasi Zsa Zsa Gabor: "I'm not inter- "I won a television set four:
passed to give geologists and oth- ested In money but I would be years ago on a quiz program. But ".
er skilled people some compensa- v ry unhappy if I didn't have It." It's broken down and I've been'?
tion for working in Europe. The careful not to wake it up." ,'--I
Salaries of stars are too impor- INSIDE ON SEX Helen Deutsch, the screen-
(tant to the- government, I think, iMarilyn Monroe, about sex ap- writer, comparing today's film
Ito let the exemption apply to peal: plays with yesterday's classics:
them." I "I think everything counts. I"There's no question about it-
--- Curves are all right, but I think screenplays are far better today
SP ot, t m in 'here should be something under- 'than they were in the past. I've
Barbara Payton, about mein in neath the curves, too-a lot looked at 15 or 20 old movies re-
a natina magazine comes from the inside as well as cently movies that people re-
"A man's sex appeal begins the outside." member and keep talking about.
with the way he says good morn- -__ They were laughable. I was ap-
inr and ends with the way he Bette Davis, on the quick (24- palled. They were great pictures
says good-night." day shooting schedule of "The in their time, but they don't
Star": stand up under modern critical

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lthmIian Bowl Game Tickets Colt. May Set New Mark inner Of Leal- "

.On Sale At Balboa H.S., Gym For Two-Yea-Olds To Seek Shot At Pedro sis

Most Exciting C

Gags Second Gi
NEA Spot
NEW YORK. Oct. 22 Every-
ocdy agrees that the 1952 edition
was the mou. exciting World Se-
*ris ever pl c. 'd.
Frank Frisci., who participated
in eight, goe., along with that,
adding that the 1934 set, starring
the Deans; anc the Cardinals a-
gainst the Tigers. was the only
ono that approached it.
This year's Series was so w.'ll
S managed that it was remarkably
free of second gotessin".
Still the barber shop strategists
never fail to have their say, and
fault Casey Stengel on three
They contend Manager Stengel
eried in bringing younm TomI
Gorman in to relief of Eddie Lo-
yat in the ninth inning of the
third game, especially with the
surrior baserunners. Jackie Ro-
S ..binson and Pee Wee Reese on.
Even the newsboys, following
'the game by radio outside the
park, foresaw the double steal on
Gorman's delivery.

Authorities at Balboa HigLh
f School announced yesterday that
f W orld Series game are now on sale at both
the Balboa High School office
and the Balboa Gym office.
tw l' ~ Tickets are priced at $2.00 for
uessers, But adults, students with S. A. cards
/ $1.00. Elementary school chil-
" GRAYSON dren will be able to purchase
)rts Editor tickets for only 50 cents.
i The game this year, the se-
cond in the Isthmian Bowl ser-
S__ ies, will pit the Balboa Bulldogs
against the Trojans of Lake
orth High from Lake Worth,
Florida. As was the first Isth-
mian Bowl game in 1956, so will
this one be almost a Thanksgiv-
S ing Day game. Actually it will
be played the day after Turkey
& Jy eating day, which will make it
on Nov. 28. Kickoff time will be
7:30 p.m., one-half hour later
than is the case for the local
games played during the season.
Seats are limited at Balboa
I Stadium, with approximately
S. 40C- being the total number a-
oo GmaBern r available. There will only be as
Tom Gorman erra any tickets sold as there are
seats available. It is therefore
Nuien could have played first recommended that football fans
bas(t purchase their tickets far e-
The second guessers admit they enough in advance to assure
are hard pressed to find fault,' themselves of a seat.
bur a gripe goes with the ticket. The 1950 Isthmian Bowl game,
--_____ between Balboa and M';mi Jack-
GUN CLUB son, was sold out a fuil week in
advance of the game, and. many
fans were unable to witness the
NOTES name. It is anticipated that si-
N E milar circumstances will prevail
this year.

Next. Gorman permitted Rob- --"
In,'on to annoy him by logging FORT KOBBE Organized by
fiomand back to third base, World and Olympic pistol cham-
bomt onceebeckin, him with pion Master Sergeant Nuele
a throw to Gil MDouassed ball meet all local competition, a 12
Then came the passe ball man team was selected Sunday.
which enabled the winning runs October 19, to represent the 33d UII\
to score and put the horns on Yo- Infantry Regiment in pistol fir- Berra. The consensus now is ing. Vllvll y
tha9 tlh catcher was crossed. I Thirty five aspirants fired at ltin th ond
the Fort Kobbe Beach Pistol After completing the second
DOD)GERS CREETED AN OLD Range in trials Friday, Saturdayround Volleyball Leaguey in the eAtlantire
FFIEND IN SAIN 2nd Sunday, October 17, 18, and Volleyball Lae th r
'19, to qualify for the Regimental night was packed with hard
Stengel is also taken over the team nfought was packed with hard
cos:s for bringing in Johnny Sain Master Sergeant Benner, who Leading the pack was Marga-
aft:r Carl Erskine had blown a will coach the team and fire in rita A.C., who won three games
fo,:;-run lead by vieldin" five in competition, conducted the trials by forfeit from the Defending
tL. fifth of the fifth game. but did not fire. Ten of the top Champions, Gibralter. Due to a
"Chee Dressen hd ,Toe Blqck 12 scores though, went to marks- roster mishap, Gibralter was on-
"Cc lessen hd Joe men from his own outfit, Tank roster mishap, Gibralter was on-
wr :inc, in the bull nen. hut de- Com nyom whose personnel is ly able to*place five players on
rci. to go 0 lon- with Erskine armed with the pistol, the court, and had to forfeit
"w -" he s- "in Tht' ow Lieutenant Arthur S. Man- their three games to Margarita
little reward the Brooks' boss had chester, of Heavy Mortar Comrn- A. C.
foi Sain, whom the Dodzers belt-1 pany, led all the qualifiers with The most surprising winthe Batt wa
ed to a fare-thee-well before he a high 659 total out of possible B 764th 15 to 15 to 6 after
left the Braves. H., knew that 700 points. He was followed by bein64th 15 walloped the first game, 15after
,puke Snider always massacred Sergeant First Class Maurice beingwalloped the firstro game, 15
'Sain. and sure enough the Comp- Belisle. Tank Company, with 645. st teasl oear after year the
tor c'ooter beeame the Archduke Other qualifiers and their est teams year afot ablear, thesto
.,wh' n his single tied it and his scores are: Sergeant Walter Wil the offensive set-ups of the Sa
dohble won it. son, 639: Sergeant First Class lors. With both teams having
'Giving you an idea of how Julian Cowch, 639; Private Do- outstanding spikers in Navy's,
,B klyn about Sain. when nald Cook, 634; Sergeant First outstanding spiders in Navy's,
Hnin te frm. er .Class Wilbur Pastuer, 630;.and Hellerud, and Battery B 764th's,
0e, Hermanski. the former e C ant First lass 6Pe-r Es- Rivera; it was a case of Navy's
-tkl.n outfielder visited hisereant First Class Peter Es- superior defensive blocking.
l teammates' dugout before the ca, all o Tank ompa- The two other matches, were
ne- game. illy Cox r'reeted him nMaior Robert K. arber, 3d composed of two sweeps by a
wilh 'You should h fn in the Battalon Headquarters, 624 strong Ft. Gulick team and Cris-
Strlum veterd y tobat asinst Sergeant First Class Durwood tobal A.C. Falling before these
- Hermnski as n Dodger. Ashbaugh, 621; Lieutenant R teams, were the Shore Battalion
S. Ashbaugh, 621; Lieutenant R-and Cristobal Faculty, who have
it-.700 against Sain." chard Thomas, 613; and Private ande ristob s core a league victory.
First Class Albert A. Ruff, 604, ye to score a league victory.
,COLLINS ALL.OWED TO STRIKE also all of Tank Company. Team Won Lost
OFT FOR MTZE Main objective for the Indus- Margarita 4 2
try sharpshooters is th'e USAR- Battery B 764t 4 2
Post-mortem men crit i c i z e CARIB pistol shooting cham- Navy Coco Solo 4 2
'tengel for removing Johnny pionships. scheduled for Decem- Ft. Gulick 4 2
Mi7e for the Brooklyn hl]f of the ber 8-12 at the Farfan Pistol ristobal A.tC. 3 3
eighth inning of the sixth start. Range. Gibralter Life 3 3
Mize was due to bat in the tBenner is also anxious to send Shore Battalion0 6
ninth, and the two-run rl wa the Regimental team against the Faculty 0 6
,not enough the,- contend. Balboa Gun Club in a return
,Snidor's record home run match. An inexperienced Tank Playground Sports
Snider" ; record hooee r un Company team dropped an eight
,ormntl, cut the marin to onetoipn decision 1,079 to 1,071 to ATLANTIC DODGEBALL
run and Joe Collins etrck "t the Balboa pistolmen, September TOURNAMENT
with the bases fll in the ninth. 5. But the amiable Olympic. Saturday, Mararita Gymna-
T, ving snatched Mize too champion gives warning slum played host to the Gatun
lauleklv. Stenqel should have had "We sure would like to fire a- 'Oymnasium In a Dodgeball
Hank Ba'.r, highly effective a- against Balboa again, and this School Tournament. The teams
'ainst left-hand pitching. bat for time we will be fully trained and were composed of third and
Collins against Preacher Roe. Irv prepared for them." fourth grade students. The line-
I t read as-follows:
Buzzy Rathgaber, Elaine Bar-
bery, Paul bdon, Patricia Egger,
Donald Bonneau, Becky Mc-
Cloud, John 'Cronan, Shirley
Bonneau, Worden French, Mary
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Joe Coffin, Gary Irving, Billy
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mond Scheidey Lynne Coffin,
Charlene Graves. Barbara Rey-
nolds, Pamela Theriot, Judy Hal-
The score by quarters:

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Score
Marg. 6 3 5 1 15
Gatun 0 0 0 0 0
There were 109 Spectators pre-
sent to observe the Tournament.

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NEW YORK, Oct. 22 (UP)-Al t* .

Native Dancer could set a record for two-year-olds today in
the $25,000 added East View Stakes t Jampatea racetrkek.
Native Dancer has taken in $191,978 while winning nine
straight this year. A wjn today would put the son of Poly-
nesian over the record of $219,000 set in 1931 by Top Flight.
The East View Stakes is over $100.000 for the four-year-old
a mile and one-sixteenth the "Wilwyn," but turned it down.
first time Native Dancer has The English colt left Laurel
tried more than six furlongs, yesterday for Belmont Park. He
Despite this, Native Dancer, and will be flown back to England
jockey Eric Guerin, are heavy this Saturday.
(2-to-5) overnight favorites. The jockey, who ro4e Wilwyn
M a n n y Mercer returned
At Laurel, Maryland, owner home over the week-end and
Robert Boucher bf England has immediately set a record. Mer-
put a $180,000 price tag on his cer's first race in England since
winner in the Washington D. C. Saturday was in the Lichfield
International I a s t Saturday. Plate yesterday. He won, giving
Boucher, on the telephone from him two victories on each side
England, says he was offered of the Atlantic within four days.


Balboa High Looms As Favorite

Over CHS For Friday Grid Tilt
If there be any truth at all to the order of the day for the Blue
the old adage in sports about and Gold from Cristobal, for
the ',bad one to get out of your they konw only too well that
system," then the C.HS. Tigers Saturday night's performance
played enough bad ball Satur- cannot be repeated at Mt. Hope
day nigth against the Athletic on Oct. 24 if they are to over-
Club when they lost 6-0 to last come a powerful Balboa squad.
them for another five years. Les Rinehart has been doing
But let us correct any misin- quite a bit of running lately on
terpetation of that statement. his bum knee and looks like he
We do not wish to infer that the will be ready to go Friday night.
only reason the Atheltic Club It is, however, doubtful If Cbach
scored their 6-0 victory was be- Palumbo will be using Rinehart
cause the Tigers did not play on anything other than defense.
good ball, nor would it be fair But game-time the Cristobal
to that game bunch of gridders moguls might find it necessary
to take one bit of credit away to insert this small, but rapid,
from their win last Saturday backfield artists into a full-time
night. job. The rest of the backfield
On the contrary, when a team will stand pat, with Tommy
does not play up to par there is Hughes .calling the plays at
usually a reason for it. The rea- quarterback, Bob Grace filling In
son this time could well be the the other halfback spot and Jody
lightning-like power with whi"'1 Robertson at fullback.
the A.C. struck out at the C.H.b. For the benefit of Pacific-
eleven and the rugged determi- Siders who intend to come over
nation with which they kept up for the gdme, tickets are already
their defensive and offensive available at Balboa High School.
throughout the four quarters of All the fans are urged to get
play. their's early and avoid the last
So looking forward, Friday minute rush at the gate, par-
night's game at Mt. Hope Sta- ticularly if it should happen to
dium between these two arch- be raining.
rivals of the gridiron, Cristobal
and Balboa, after carefully
checking over vital statistics, WPli. Sce At
the Bulldogs from Balboa, Hig ..
should stand out as favorites to N.. ....
cop the event. u t inm om
Balboa defeated this same A.C. Over
club 13 to 6 earlier in the season vr l Lhn
and then ran roughshod over
the Junior College eleven, 20-0 JAC]WIV-2L Oct. 22 (UP)
after having won out in a close --ornier featherweight cham-
battle with Cristobal for the pion Wilie 'Pep of Hartford,
Jamboree honors. Cristobal, on Copn., advanced along t h e
the other hand, could only score comeback trail Monday night by
15 points against Junior College, dining a unanimous, decision
winning 15-2, and then there 5yer Billy Lima of Boston.
was Saturday night's loss. With Lima, a ring veteran himself,
these details at hand the Cris- carried the fight to Pep most
tobal one-quarter win over Bal- of the way, but Wily Willie
boa in the Jamboree, 13-0 be- pushed off Lima's wild swings
comes insignificant and Coach with a sharp left jab and closed
Fawcett's charges rule as favor- In to Score points.
ites. There were zo knockdowns,
With football artists like Jim but PFe ha.d Limaa in obVlous
May and Ray Nickersher to bol- trouble on several occasions at
ster a powerful line that is cen- the el*es of a round.
tered by 185 pounder Freddy Pep, At 129 pounds, held a
Cotton, Balboa seems ready for five-pound advantage. The 10-
anything that Cristobal has to roui d atbch for charity drew
throw against them. Their only an .st4a04" crowd of 3,000 to
real weak spot is at the ends an outdoor arena here.
and John Fawcett has been con- oioneychile Whipple, 158
ducting a desperate search for pounds Miami, won the eight-
a pair of. runners .who can catch rotnd sem by decision over
a football with fair consistency. Cyclone WVillam, 154, Ft. Lau-
Touglh daily workouts will be derdale.

The winner of the ten-round
Cesar Leal-Vicente .Worrell eo-
feature on Sunday night's sched-
uled program at the Panama
gym, which lists the Sylvester
Wallace-Transito K1d clash a
the main event, may get a sho
at high-stepping' Pedro Tes s a
an added reward.
This added incentive is sure to
bring out the best in these hard-
bitting 126-pounders. Worrell-
espeelally. will be going all-out
in order to earn a return match
with the' Colon sensation. Tesis
holds a decision over Worrell,

.* Leal, former bantamweight
division. He has disclosed that
he thinks that he still has e-
nough on the ball to claim back
to the top; .
Worrell looks sharper than
usual in his workouts while Leal
is displaying- his usual punch-
ing power, staggering sparmates
daily with his lethal left.
Leal, because of his greater
experience and southpaw style,
has been installed an early fa-
vorite. The consensuaof opinion,
howeverZis that the betting will
be even money by fight time.
Main eventers Sylvester Wal-
lace and Transrto Kid continue
to -draw lare gatherings for
their ,daly afternoon workouts.
Waaace, whao-at: .Vth .-a-
raftion Gy gain having
trouble finding suitable spar-
ring mates, He is unusually
rough during the. tuvup ses-
sionS. ,j
More attention, however, is be-
ing centered on Transito Kid be-
cause of his lon absence from
local ring activity' The Kid has
piled up an enviable record while
fighting in such countries as .Co'.
lombia, El Salvador, Costa Rica
and Nicaragua. The Kid has won
40 of 42 contests. -
Sunday night's excellent card
also includes i six-round semi-
final between ringwise Byron
Cumberbatch and. promising
Battling Escudero. This will be
the first fight in several months
for Escudero and the experts are
experts are picking Cumber-
batch because of Escudero's in-
A four-round "speeal" be-
tween unbeaten Chlriqul ama-
teur .champ Tot9 Ibarra and
former Panama Amateur champ
Dillinger Diaz will gets the pro-
gram underway. .

Program provides classes in swimimng for beginners n' free
wfmmingor swimmers with A.RC. badge. Labt yer only
chndrn o-Rainbow City were able to tak. adv g tf this
offer.This year studenttt flre r e 0a* 4 SM t O2us are
preparing thepmslves for rte I OWwpmato Swim-
Ming protnfugby attending cainq-r to*R, o
,,City PooL Twenty-four -have already teed their -bnners'
test and have received badges.

Fort Kobbe Golfers Dfeat Clayton 11-7
0 -
FORT KOBBE. The Fort who poted 70 foqr'#i l#18hols
Kobbe golf team defeated & 13- course. w 0 tSwer 1a on
man club representing Fort the bais & one pointI&r the
Clayton 11-7 in the first chal- twosome winning tth mii holes
lange match at the season a- on the fist nine one oint for
mong Isthmian Army pests, $at- the whmers of ne.S intrie;
urday at the Fort Amador links, one point for the winning total;
and half points for ties.on either
Playing the best-all match nine or total.
play competition in foursomes Maor Ernest H ilton And
with the fewest strokes of the Major Robert Barber of, Kobbe
two man teams counting as tied Private First C %as WilUam
score for the, hole, Kobbe's six Driggins and Mr. p el
twosomes all recorded best-ball one hand half points eachlqIthe
totals of 77 or lower. top seeded ma *.pt the dsy.
Low twpsome of the match was DreakdO*n on scored and nts
Master Sergeant Dbnald Kenna won follow. Pairs compe in
and Mr. Jack- Lalla of Clayton the order listed.
FORT KOBBR- Ist 9 Sad 9 1 dta
Majors Irnet Hla bert Barber 35 38 71 1
St. 13 IjTaylor...... 41 33 74
as Curtis.. 38 36 74 1
Stadtmiller 42 's 77 3
D. ^ o nrbert Kriske 33 72
G*b. WRitsep *,40 37 ,77 .

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I. ally ...... 38 S
6.D. Wi__n 39, 34
SVpen f. 44 W 0 31,f O0
.q Oram... 49 34 0
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7Majors Open _U IITIOFDOORS withb


Days Earlier This wa several winters ago at a Mihin
By WARREN PAGE our town and George Sisler, then attached to the
NEW YORK, Oct. a nded Etather who was already being touted as a
The Major Leue [wonder at Prlueten.
committee o ne *s at the rs dDave's got a good chance to make it," the old hall of famur
1953 season will open wAi i13 -- n told me. "It always seemed to me he had more ntive
two days earlier than this year. o than the other boys." natie
The AU-Star game wilt be played I recall overhearing the reply Dick and George, Jr. are the other boys. Dick, an
Seld, Boston n Ju- of a crusty old woodsman to a first baseman, has been in the big leagues since 6. A useful
IOy tw tenderfoot's ques ton, "What do player is about the best you can say for him. George never &ot
Only two ames will be played bears eat?" With wr humor the anywhere and is now with the St. Lous Cardinals in an execu
cst April 12 ,- Pittsburgh at oldtimer responded, ub, they're tive capacity.
Cincinnati in the National just like humans-eat anything The voungers, of the Sislers has ust signed with the oston
League and New York at Wash- they cen glt.'Red Box, forfeitin his eligibility as a senior and the captancy
Wuiten inthe American League. Truer words were never spok- s the Princeton varsity and will report to the Louavle I
AllI teams swing Into action en, Nothing Is so relished by a bAtor after graduation. As a college pitcher was M e
on April 14th. gr s a deer or caribou that ar-without being setiona The lavish Red Box didn't have to go
Figures released by the mew as caujlt in aorcaride that( S do high for hun. A modest bonus of $30000 to $40,000.
a r by the N Awas tIanae san s pslier himself first attracted attention as a college pitcher
York Yankees show their players later uncovered by Spring sun on the Michigan campus. He also had speed and a conmandlng
have received $3,500,000 n World I've even seen a bear smear hiM bat. AA luck would have it his coach was a fellow named Branch
Series cuts since 1921. mus with mush-rotten salmon inickey who knew a ballplayer when he saw a Ssler. r was
frThe figurericancludesagu19 shares ecstrna lmtit eat f some mod- still a minor, so Rickey got his signed contract from his parents,
fo1AminLg ane 1188, ern -esatyi tatinentir mod- a at. InWthew arlye 2as
Lx second place clubs, ive Watchya _ntain grizy dig- an exercise in oresight which paid off when Pittsburgh ter
which finished third and one gin out gound squirrels or rock tried to make a prior claim stand up. They weren't giving col
fourth-place finisher. Frankie rablts toh little rodents of the I lee ballplayers bonuses in those days. Sister's reward was prob-
Crosetti, a formerhas sh ort0 i d hihn toontry .anrd yW get some ably an ardent "thank you, son."
now a coach, has received *e understanding of mnh1t power.
than $75,000 from World ees, Wh oine car les w swipe, The Juniors Find It

.. e ttob r w d d grtanda a n werey me: he'll roll down h o a Ies oe nn't ofter that a baseball son t
Si ............. Yanke esao were m en blocks e thi at main he e contributions o t o n ti p ct
B-. ....all....ary .a n' t rcy I. wn ,, B o happened. Soae ot the Junyrns whond h e ,
.,Owets_.2,..-.. ....h h ....,co_ A gr obaeballmenI, I-ny- .in-just to catch a firlt-sZe a forepaw she'll neatly wpe Wanted to give i t a try.a e n o
eluding minor league player creature that's only a tidbit. roof off. The roots she'll leave Young Sisler may prove to be ancptiner h ough he s
0 oWalterZowarski and owner Jack Watch sowbear becatchingf for dessert, because inevitably credentials as ut now aren't overpowering. Nat it odi
Corbelt- of theo2l Paso, Texas miceuon the ftats of the.Yu- there are half a dozenifin ge his had uwe a beltf the oilderfm tuhs so efo n
Ih .r T e tineat e s ice sc hurrying offIn al i aseball-minded Eve n s io orndt uedili the g
ocision against th int aft pv anti to beat Bre. those sections. o e p er d te oa n ha Ter h e hd sole a e
An Ta ckin g GiedN v Imoerd Attackr ro orbwainarne issring hiers t ete aplif sthe lot raeli the
we$ N1 IMde day.the YankeePu ch asestee m the thpeollluter. Their bura- emstring of pearls, sthe d warts and lerns I Istie.iudngmed t hm nthe iom re Dfiy tDen I

to w'ao Odr la tk t iver deals' w circular s subterranean trage hn not, occasionally sq- he wts
ayear 3ago nthe oheasld M d nrcited aseXrplesOfhowotheThee they keep a 1larderamous te ger beee wthat au g e yau m heteC ws bas
atet aty a ers inge an e Bn y I im and l e insha cant W. manipulated. of roots, neatly cend off In tictheubs. hn a pt l ere the as of the o R, Acon pe
IS wo*led :'Wl..^ paed e lanWe d n te bc ar ocp that onit oL1 < ut. lreerigto rne-rop.e i-tthtlT sntherigou oaswntdt
... .....n..f r-&0 ob rrlTheobs also mentioned this two-ier n nch lengths, stacked a r mouse family is cagh t or all ea, Hornsbys, R yn l .ushes and Wheats a ld n t n he stdh

Uitoe States oatal 'AtcIh s sift a nd resourceful halfback, sa o e r o e'llA s a well-rounded. fully equipped bralpAer a e bee
. U take charge of the Trunningand strade.'inwhicheJohnnydgalust evil days. saflyet udd bck te to gundea th ey b baun he ,ha no wa s a d hedid
erialgyrations. he geB a o went from the Cleve Maw Bear will snuffle. along ther a on de rin th ae s tl o e
force:Nt-the th M n Irlot.nglandrIndisans to Pittsburgh'd Ionutheft burrow t d ualn til oeShhem10-rsootiingdeeantj a tewithrs thelhr wardmb tro n
f m ovi tm t shm euu -perb Interference, bo cn fen tmeaon a r o Isee e ssc e han t he hiil ,b e y .fien. tC ol p
I within Sight or ga l the wh"looks as though the whol exch rinkandsn ee for Tedbirloeand mentsbmreseha fSh a bu betert heennasumnraprollah-o--

nNavy has come out of the stands t l d beenmI dtati g ru itdowager Us i, the -ar o .i
%- .isb w lo ust h wIcallAl 1tohfrdntemat tr ade "A n 1mt Ur uro n al ed by wsins e l a he wasn't spirited enough. I hear the sIe n thincg o aut"
t i ske Those who have watched of the 5ri, ll ed draft-proof ~ n rl r One thing be s ears will not some of ou e r cor temporary players, I stab wH s o t
toba.l are maktWng 'eamto v ROsenur c ar iogt aiver t C ulO" wIneaea.e cmeirc Buren under any save the most exi etr aorums and I wonder how important i i. Ns wast m oed up-
SIX games. the sod bluntly claim heIs nthel argtde ina hic oyant tas tmembeeths, .ast they'll dine on each ament s 1 ould only gut himlton hs re figh Its wt.
unanticipated early bet guard n football. He made dismiss e ed other wosm ith relish-i s human be mo hre s important if he could get h or
'a t tc.ln.foul......rths ofthe tackles that time, the judge stood. aml an ens hrmoe ho hn an ith en. Idhe en
.foo anma ed the horoscop- SupraCornel aoo1 ut 3tChhreme Co Adecis' ios atTahes on a-- u thentca td .in a-- 0. t T ir te h- owat
em1s. ire r wasabsolutely "notn-dweofie dI ae tl eas hono e- se ofor ortemblrry hera, notae.yv h. l.ged. O
in the om y system O ated. the, ,loudis ea org. iedaea a stances of ruin's actually feed-Mcatyuer
..a oe t Tlsenharue made the tc kleisport, 1not interstate.ommerce. ByBERANSBRANDONIng onmanth -n veever cnha 1s big r ane
M gwp ,the ot-os -wourt-madethe t The o c24rYearsinn1pNaitoal M t ehmema t t of were siluations where e McCarthy when he had fhe Yke edto ty t
c Yob ale, 31-u an"te ad Coen fle e de eN e t Written for NSA Service man becam e carrion inl h suade me that Lou Gehrig was a betr rt bsm al
31-. a anyos iW s itoettten on thatlsto l.e. "tis bn e Afe1mreOenQU IONFirstandseconduttprand verylkeiheisiofthesami
hrtale Itbac ne : 'into -aone-tamashow. ert hd atso demics in which whole villages as fatuous as saying all Man oarc
t. e "roThi guy," remarked some- d e of Indan, for eatle were so iron Man simply asn't the ballplayer
Secre _one f thee prl u "ustdbe netanTe theie n'offallinIn love with a i
nthe Natio. a nale diseasesmtubeulisorari McCarthy's big romance.
_rtd e edm Tr*.olasth ..... .s,,tthey could l not edi never saw Hal Chase until he wa asldlnd avn
Sle therAnswer: No the th.r rcase, particularly when natuemcleto him assw fielder, and I Must akete ud fo t
,, -emuters art safe. A b med.,all Is feed was scarce, the hungry so, it's Impossible for me to believe
happened. We ther nllMdo-10, Whatd d r*oldsetheree-4posed law. at er w, in the early '20s.e
wbere'oft yaleldan-zt 5e10 Cked out Jima m i,-t. ...ou.. 1a i winning emu in World_ .res tacks uponrliving men by bears, tIeis ever said of Chase on the basesI must asewas t
"Sevenltee ofs-i fumbOeT cBrest -. An facility for, ost Kob- () l t i L1J .competition? Bud Spencer. provoked or unprovoked, I have extraordinary in that Phane of the game. s t wao. ne' el
werentrecovee 3b fumb lesthebesfe r il c y eopen Po Sat obLed.dy SuA.I"D" o0 ..When Di -neverrheird that the b-Ar fed on from 40 to 50 a year and I wonder i od in baseball w..
were e .........endSaurda....-Tedy agi. calle Its a career after the flesh of the man he'd killed, ever better stealing third, beating th cater' w
Seon dPhadetin t, ee was on a winningan- of a man either helpless or play- threatened him with blindness and
g ndakni s(. 0keeostlub. D go helped beat Ig 'Possum It would seem that ason there's o telling what mons it
su isn'tas ig ai ,nowtohe lf irg f te. CUaT,1Fasman te, GGiantsin and5 the i went or taste of humans Is have out in the- book. In '22 he was bend so ee
edition, but it's faster.*aggiw- The Colonel and h rs. ne so.nceo -amwy Gwasnwithe the Yanks when unpleasant to them not fit for eat player in the game. He had mate 2hit sole f1 it.
Live, an.ole e cn el kaong moe tha ln dpe- 5St Sy,.) they swe githeC. fin '3L2erGfood- -and there wagat the bears hit .420 and was only 29. That winter dnoctr nat I
sans who -dken -cai m othe tn re1RanSeamfor, Cnn. (3 a. -heavy bat was vital in- victor- are certainly as human as peo- was the despera.e gamble he had to taet. ae.i.ih..
W ith l n w oue th -oneeIdeaN m M i Te
In thef .rstill gw.aamesIt"or- Vi14%N.-1 ,t1 stopped and(the Reds in '39 ande the e(Distributed by NeA Service). in surgery.
no fndotbarl g w 8 EPAOras. Kobbe Pot txebanPe SA h N p ANTOMO, Tax. .obbyIn`510. aswah i 'Invine
iv6M e ar was h e Jmenkn rIn charge of the .... tange's Dykes, 154, Miamn, knocked out IL let sres, against the Oar-
Dame e b eox andW lW servicemenn and dj00 dnt0 r t total Berie Ws with 10, and
,Wweekend.' ,.n. Francisco, stepped lg .(Dessgaemes.e rve) in s ter
Fred F, an11 r10V% t*Meven"Ifths-weekendInanye sim, ,1t6, New Orleans
from so -t m,,o success" he predlet d. f lrh i NCT R ,I. Tommy
ew ow e of three pln ann e tluln pointed Charley Norku,,.1,,.
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Teheran Hands 1
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Breaking Ties

TEHERAN, Oct 22 ,UP)-Iran "Let the people know thE truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
handed Britain a note tooay
formally announcing Iran's de- TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1952. FIVE CENTS
dlared intention to sever diplo-
matic relations with Britain.
meanwhile, gave the Iranian
Embassy in Britain one week tolashes Civn t el
Premier Mohammed Mossa- Iashes CiviS ee
degh, in a broadcast to the na-,
tion last Thursday, said he had I
decided to break with Britain,
but no concrete action had been
taken on his announcement
until today.UO To Lowest Since Korea
Foreign Minister Hossein Fa-
temi told a press conference the
note on the British Embassy! WASHINGTON, Oct. 22 (UP)- limited during the first three, cutback in civilian steel on the buy the exact model of stove or
announcing the break had been The government slashed civilian months of 1953 to one-third of recent strike but said military refrigerator they want and
prepared in a one-hour cabinet 'steel allocations to the lowest le- the steel they used before the and defense-support needs will that they may have to settle
meeting this morning. vel since the start of the Korean Korean war. be met in full. Civilian goods for another model.
The British Embassy's second war today and a top official said' At the same time, NPA Admin- manufacturers currently are re- McDonald said that in addition
secretary was summoned to the some auto makers have "indica- istrator R. A. McDonald told a ceiving 50 per cent of the steel to the auto makers, requests for
Foreign Otfice and handed the ted' they may be forced to shut news conference the impact of they used before Korea. more steel have come from man-
note. Fatemi said he earlier had down in February. thp 55-day steel strike may re- McDonald said consumer goods ufacturers of refrigerators small
instructed the Iranian charge The National Production Au- sult in some shortages of consum- production in the early part of appliances, metal household fur-
d'affalres in Britain to close thority said manufacturers of er durable goods this winter. Iext year should be about as high nature, food freezers, gas and AN AMERIC
down the London Embassy with- television sets, radios and most But he said shortages should as that prevailing before the electric ranges, military suppliers ama is visiting
in one week from today. other consumer goods will be not be "serious." steel strike when the new alloca- and farm implement makers. cultural pro
He said the Swedish Embassy
to Britain will represent Ira- McDonald added, however, that iohs are supplemented by foreign In announcing the slash in al- the Des Mol
nian interests in Britain after some auto manufacturers have and higher price conversion locations, NPA promised that Per Chile,
the departure of the IranianACIn uemn craiica indicated they may shut down in steel. supplemental-allocations will be arrivavial
diplomatic mission. A February for lack of steel unless He said that when he refer- issued for the first three months Brintn, Hen
Iran's embassy in London has sh If l VII they receive enough c rental to red to shortages he meant that of next year as steel mills fill ar4 Mr
a nine-man staff while Britain's Leader Shot, Killed bu 1030,000 cars in the next shoppers might not be able to their backlog of 1952 allocations.
embassy in Teheran has more quarter instead of the 630,000
than 100 staff members. Earlier A Y ar C presently authorized, :.. .
this week British charge d'af- A er I He said NPA now is making a Chest'
fares George Middleton, Brit- CARACAS, Oct. 22 (UP) A survey to determine the exact ..
a's to diplomat in Irna had Venezuelan National Security of-, situation but pointed out that i'hes .t ''"
said that due to transport ficial said today that Leonardo, the same kind of steel that goes e eCommu
British Embassy staff from Iran Ruiz Pineda, secretary geiiral of into automobiles also is requir- laP, pa gn In the
Bodtae abot two wosm I the outlawed Accion Dremocrati- ed to make military goods and | A over the $2,00(
would take about two weeks, ca party who had been operat- essential civilian products. 'l. ./ ., the drive to rJ
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tives in a shooting affray.
Th official said that Ruiz, who Live TV Casts
had eluded detectives for the
last four voars was finally 1MP I.I-riklkjktPC

tracked down by National Se-
TO B Pre security forces as he was driving t, I-u .,
To Be Presented over the San Agust del sron xe .
pass.- o.
A bill to lift the interdiction, Agents and members of a pos- LONDON, Oct. 22 (UP) L.
which forbids former President se riding in five cars, that were D. Gammans, Postmaster Gen-
Dr. Arnulfo Arias from again trailing Ruiz Pmeda's car open- eral of Britain today turned his
occupying public office, will be ed fire. The fugitive returned eral of Britain, today osal to
presented in the National As- their fire but had been out- thumbs down on a prodcastal t
sembly by Deputy Francisco numbered as he tried to escape relay live televise coronadcasts
Jose Linares, it was reported afoot. He was riddled with bul- of next June's coronation of
tod. rielets and fell dead. Queen Elizabeth II across the
Dr. Arias was barred by the Atlantic to United States and
National Assembly from occupy- P| Canadian viewers.
Ing public office after a trial school Plans Gammans told L. W. Teeling, a
held May 25, 1951, during which Conservative member of the
he was charged with abuse of Ballet Nov. 9 Parliament, that It would be
constitutionall powers. "technically possible" to set up
The proposed bill reportedly For President such a television relay system
habw the tacit approval of sev- but that the enormous cost
eral Assemblymen who are A ballet function, to be staged "rules out the idea for the pre-
members of the coalition of at the National Theatre Nov. 9 sent."
parties which elected Col. Jose by the Gladys Heurteratte Bal-
i 4 A rint I hli. Hehnnl 'il.a i-i atA i e He estimated the cost at 140.-,

SO SOON-Mrs. Mary Hatala expresses the sentiment of sur-
prised residents of Newburgh, N.YT, ho awoke to find soft
white snow over everything. Earliest snowfall in years caught
them off-guard.

Grammer Defense Questions
1 0 o a Al I ?" .

A. Remon as rresiduenIt during ool, win be .:t i,catedu ,tou, ........ -- MC .... .. f -'Other W om an Rests C ase
the elections held last May. President and Mrs. ,ocse A. Re- 000,000. Gammans made his iJf S om an
Linares is Arias brother-in- m6n it was announced today statement in the House of Com-
law and a member of the Pa- Details of the uroq %'an srhe- mons as the Socialist members -- o -
namefiista party which was de- duled for the func'.ion will not were preparing to force a de- Th at h a
cleared legally non-existent re- be leased un:i1l ne,. week, but bate on a previous decision that BALTIMORE, Oct. 27 (UP) -e The state has accused Gram-
cently by the Electoral Jury. it is said it wi:', Ie oi.e of r.nt the actual coronation scenes The defense has rested unexpect-.mer, office manaW.r of a New
-most elaborate programs to o( will not be transmitted by "live" edly in the G. Edward Grammer York metal firm, oftbludgeoning
presented by th-e ballot school television even in Britain. murder trial after exploring the lhis wlfe, Dorothy May, 33, with a
_. love life of the "other woman" in 'pipe Aug. 19 and trying to conceal
No Serious Injury the case and after Grammer de- the crime by staging a fake auto-
cided not to testify in his own mobile accident.
As 21-Month-Old 0 Troops ad rying nI Iaorea behalf. Her body was found in the
Attorney Anthony 8. Federico wreckage of the family car at the
Drinks Kerosene closed defense testimony with bottom of a steep hill. Police first
SfBe a w eap oAn re obsolete dramatic suddenness after cross- believed she was killed in the ac-
'The 21-month-old daughter of C use W weapons re solete examining 28-year-old Mathilda cident, but arrested Orammer
Horacio Wo, a Chinese gardner i M. Mizibrocky, comely United Na- when they found a pebble under
was treated at Gorgas Hospital o tions employee for whose love the accelerator p.dal.
yesterday after she drank a small Grammer allegedly killed his
quantity of kerosene from a can, NEW YORK, Oct. 22 (UP) -_ 3. The machine guns he uses wife. State's Attorney Anselm So-
and was released with a slightly 1American troops in Korea are were developed between 1917 and Federico, apparently trying to dare said Grammer's love for
inflamed throat, dying needlessly because they1l19!. break down Miss Mizibrocky's Miss Mlibroc waste "com-
have to fight with outdated "These weapons are better suit- testimony that she "never loved plete motive" for the slaying of
The child, ledd Y l ed ... aa-weapons, two former U.S. Intell- ed for a museum display than for anyone like Ed," brought out his wife.
gently picked up the kerosene can gence officers charged today. the defense of the free world," that she dated an unidentified Federico introduced two letters
from the oor of the Curundu They pointed out that: declared Garrett Underhill, for- Washington man last New Year's written to Grammer and his wife
her father works gardens, where 1. TheAmerican soldier fires a Ri erly with Army Intelligence and weekend, about the time her ro- in June, 1946, by Gen. Dwight D.
her father works. 1906 cartridge from a rifle first Ronald Schiller, an ex-Navy Air mance with the defendant was Eisenhower.
An ambulance rushed her to built in 1928. Intelligence man. blooming, I The letter to Grammer thank-
Gorgas Hospital, where authori-I 2 He throws a hand grenade The smartly dressed witness. cd him for helping guard the
ties released her when no seri- used by his forebears in World Writing in the current issue of who glared angrily at Grammer general on a visit to Manila. The
ous injury was diagnosed. 'Wai I. Look Magazine, they called thewhen she entered the packed defendant was a sergeant in the
weapons situation "an unparrall- court room, conceded "that she army's counter-intelligence sec-
S national disgrace." had received--arid rejected-a tlon at the time. The other letter
They said our best big mortars' proposal of marriage in Ontario told Aft. Grammer that the gen-
AUn i IE are outrangedd half a mile by five years ago. She vigorously d.?- eral had seen her husband and
S 4 0. A D Red weapons of the same caliber." nied she stayed for the weekend he was well.
&O. .*u V Our mortars are designed so in- with the Washington man. Because Grammer did not tes-
fantrymen must carry them on Immediately after cross-ex- tify, Sodare asked Judge Moser to
their shoulders, while "one Rus- amining Miss Mizlbrocky, Fe- throw out of the trial record all
sian model, mounted on little derico announced that his pre- testimony by defense ciaraeter
-( wheels, can be rolled over most sentation was finished. witnesses. Moser granted the mo-
ground." Judge Herman M. Moser re- tion Two ministers had described
"Our carbines are so lacking in cessed the trial until 10 a.m. to- Grammer as an apparently hap-
effective range at 200 yards." the morrow, when final arguments pily-martled Man.,
M& authors said, "that they can't will be heard. After that. Moser Miss Mizlbrocky snapped an
reach a charging enemy soon will decide whether the 36-year- angry "no" to a question as to
You'll approcif the quick starts ... the smoother enough." old New York businessman. fa- whether she had been '-hostess"
idling and increased power you get by replacing worn Th." authors said there are ex- their of three children, shall es- for an American official In Ko-
out spark plugs with Auto-Lite Spark Plugs: rellent weapons on the drawing cape the hangman's noo'e. At rea She spent some time there
board, "but none of these weap- Grammer's request, he has heard before being assigned headquar-
OWNSMLEUVNP ONTOMANIW AOU ons is in use In Korea. the trial without a jury. t.'rs li New Yori,

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CAN FARMERS' FRINDSHUI T URlhiich arrived ye enWy miming iPan-
Lg the Mindi Dairy today as a part of its general .llpectlon of farms *nd agri-
ojects in the Republic of PanamA. Guided by Herb E'd'b k, arm dkitor of
Lines, Iowa, Radio Station W O, the 18. mebera h 6.p ln Cu a, C .uaor,
Argentinfa, Uruguay aa tzl fourth past three eks n abave Ot their
Braniff Airways are Plambeck, Ben Alemab Mrs. Ht eto,- sGraceb
nry Dobbin, Louise Favre, Edward Honnold. Herbert n t, Cha_ s *iudson,
Ss.Victor Meyer, Mrs,&Maue New buM. Mr. and Mnr. DhI4 ,,Iinnt 2-
ler, Sidney Taylor, Isaa Bell and Mrs.. Rfhert .. O... .-.i .

Hits $2000 Mark On Day
nity Chest cam- emptied his pockets aii tust t ihr ',bU on latiM UBy. He
Canal Zone was them inside out to p"ve e tB a not' to be given 5, Rid
0 mark today as he heaped dollar bills into tMeO uher tlMonday, wen t
alse $34,865 went collector's-hand. '' dcvb wa offltlally. under way,
lav. Anid one.small sevondtgrader bt .Was o .age to-get It that

From the Che. t headquarters was reportUAI.havo Jumpp
In the Credit Union Building in guh when he turnedin-n $1
Balboa Campaign Director Mr
Douglas JohnstOn reported that ... .
a total of $2,129.32 has either
been received at the dlice o-r ,
was en route there. .'
This included $372 1* addition-
I contributlons fr Colon,
whereI tt d ie headed' by
Walter Hunnicut, $390 from P-
alfic side business firs w se
drive is beaded by Jl 1Rle,
$31 from the Crstobal Houig
office and $q from an annoymonu
retired employs. ....
Also reported today was the
first contribution from Panama
City, $100 from Pan Americai .5
ontribution, during the preent
Panama City chairman Elton
Todd reported this morning that
his- campaign is beginning to
roll. Letters were bin mailed
today to more than 300
men and others in PaUama i:ty
who have supported previous
Community Chest drives.
Two ot the Wlialla iCan 1 1'.
units reported 100 per cent col-
lections of the employes -11
sent the Law Office at -
boa Heights and the Safety
Branch in the Civil Affairs
Building. Contributions from
the Law Office averaged i$U
per person and 4he. Safety
Branch average was,- ,
Seventy-three per cent of the
employes in the Accounting i-
vision of the Finance Burealt
have m a de contributions or
pledges to the drive, with a total
of $107.50.
Although returns thea
Personnel Bureau are in
complete a total of $207.10 has
been received from 3 emplo
or an average of slightlyover S
per person.
The largest single cantrifi
tion to date has been 100 fr.'
a Colon donor, gifn wa -
cluded in $33, Whic ior-.
warded from C oln y- A nl
side chairman Walter
reptesentlnh ett

rae employ-also
encouraging h
the peak of T e l
rate group t e

tonMe an-' r
cutt In Colon.
made bytlth .

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