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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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ve onith a rocket jet fightled from arne flyng Soietbuilt Mig-
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wher caly prototype was announced here to-





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is rocket motors and "legs," where-
ill air correspondent d. or the Lop-
In- don newspaper, Daily Expree,
Said inan addrticle that the parn- MaRs e ieved gingI
would need no airfield fane World W PARIS, Oct. 25 I (UP II.
n- operate from a forest when landing and Chief of Staff Gen. Hoyt S
e on a microfilm smuggled from ore flying Sovif reportbuilt Mig
ts- the Polish Technical Individual N. ftute, Korea.ighter pilots
where a prototype was designed, V e r l e
or "The C-72 s a delta-saped to estim antes md erman ap-by the
sd aircraft with three tail fins, to
w which were attached a torpedo rmans were flying the So
to -Red like tructre incorporating et Air Force in Korea.
Is rocket motors and "legs," whre- Chinese pilots and "prha
it on the plane stands for takeoff," 'Vandenberg also said i
anadtifsid.erma ble d flying
.-Dundaadded that a para- Grmns b
ie chtJe is released from the nos World War II.
t- o -the plane when landing and
ne t#. rocket motors are used as a It ppas the first high level
it iughlon to settle the plane on confirmation of reports from
f -,three legs. Individual U. N. fighter pilots
he that Russians and Germans ap-
owk n S 'tA; CIM__ peared to be flying with the
>IM Red jet Air Force in Korea.
SVandenberg was asked what
g t j- f lr.~ fwas latest eta on the
Red Mgs.
S H~I i tab naIHau "I have been unable to bave
*$my people get their hands on
one pf _W mM aU yet ltut they
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MTa dftloedAMn Maid ua-
mhr onfirmed repoa ald "O.peona
where the ho r.n d MA
were hurt. S' 4U,' ui
tow of O~,_,o w efdat least
thiamo tWo sh B Jd
at's a The Mami weather bureau
ae up the said today the hurricane was re-
Sup t orming In a & ll circular move-
r ment aftersin se o its
S strength at rO the hbllskof
central Cuba. well to the edst of
Havana.
iL kWas It located the center of the
storm at 2 am.-att. -Ab 0ilesm
a s south of MtMil, Owhw- north
S northeast In tbhegeerui4tq
of Bimint island in t KwtA
LS 3' Mostn Bahamas. .
=S_: -The Weather Bunsau a-
Its preat t Cour""
ae 14 the stomn near ortot.,eahez
r, ai in i to d L f afre i- WRfm
Tt h sto escapreallv d aSwindi.
'(If Tid"'As will not be dangerously
Ifu MAM hlih on o *
Thesa lx hrrieae m t the
spokeaan year hit Cuba's soaautb coast
Y b* now with winds of 165 mph. knWeking
Ma_ of out commuleaUtons with Nam-
ri a ""
The Cuban auver'theait's coda-
roli ell of minsters.s mneti an. afi,
to MMI:2 n d. to .intu'.
to ke ordinary aseorto-twllng to
trd eolan aid to the vietieMs nW P
4n vey v the dmastotIW haS 1 I* r
dly plantations ana fmit'h r
"egi Churning up wa Ut t
high. the troDtall tonPSI
rtrobl seated a Japanese fAelgitr
grim
min'-It knocked gat narmWa-ooRmB-
*IUl nicatleons wia Bouthrn .ba,
,nd the first meawgr ln Mliot5
came by short wave fm th
W ort of ClenfueO... .
An asmteaur.raidt o
| Kwuenin Di ma* aji. s10
from Clenfueoin that more
SNaersons are repotted to
)'- Oy'i been injured al' that
d damenr "Is belwd to be lat-
mense."
i .60t4i0 More than 30 bulldSn5 -.wear


u betwo" JWw a lnderv
%Rachb v p the F rida
Oaam Pavother cAti 86
miles of; We e w t Cuban c"tio
radioed tI recorded ma -
mUm winds of 180 miles an bowr
and noted "colossal" seas.
A hurricane hunter plane bored
into the teeth of the storm as it
approached Cuba but, gavi up
trying to reach the., eye atOt
meetnn 1,560 miles an hout
wind ,


ToNtsW800;

Damage $50,0M
MANILA. Sat', COt., 25 (P,) -
The Philppines Red Cross listed
00O persons dead or missing to-
day as battered central reo-
vtaie dug out of the wreckage
of Wednesday's typhoon "'rtx."
The 7Red Cross said 431 r-
sons were dead and 3 n~ 09g.
perty damage was te
approximately O.v 0
rdest hit was the province
Albay. in Solher
ere Gov. Manuel Cajast
Cmage was estimated at 4-
SLgapl. Albay's capital ediy
,9000 persons, was a mass O
.wl'ecle With only three down.
t buidings undmarned. At
4. al persons died in Aibay
tiene and 150 were missing*
Uted Pres Staff Corrspon
dena Rodolfo Nasareno flew
ZegapI from Manila and report
antety per edht of LUraspi0
rhoams and business building
ther destroyed or heavily dam.
I residents, many cook-
tar ea open atr and with on*
eshi shelter, neverths;.
loberved their annual fiesta
or theit patron' saint
Raphael.
. L k im was hit by 'wtnd *
"' r leis an hour. AR pu
dIncladig sobdble.
offices and t41 provia..
hot ptal were damated baWd
*a esVxaited Us per cent
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Bureau of the
4 mear tboroughiv
M4e te ef-tha~ t nts before
lttian any inexeadeg into effect.
'have e0 hapressed with
-lpe .t reqtuets w
'T. .ll r eu and have
iv ef .. 11a "- with ap-
to a nWashington,.
h durdint my visit there and
Ince my return t the Zone.


-"As a result.of this considers-
S aI'n am, ast to annouree an
N Vthe effective date
ft'Wjin the hew rene yata
i Ikeember '1. 1952.
his peod of t

An. at which time the UA.
tenants of tie Panau, aa-
tany o0 their bhoogn re-
ty. to state their 'l-
.. with regard to the abloca-
Sof the Bureau of the Budget
AtMtheating ot testimony
e take but for accuracy of
ecord It is desired that
ntsbe reduced to writing
i. ,bf9 .
*8The exact time and date of
h r will be announced later
uf vlelnt ttnme will be tiven
a loy o prepare thlir ar-
en t and alm afford sufficient
for the facts to be fairly
'S DbJectilvely considered."


iae i orre, was wounded last VItht e r lJ l e31so Ind
IL Skgotun blast fred that be ne iwmacin eatuiol
stl wInl o ha o mised on 0*riban's atomic explosion scattered bomb blasts
no Astraa turt~ than the the Jittery rgion and
The shontlta apept3 bad information printed in news- fight killing of twq ed
no connect wtpaper-but desUned to say and two Tunisians.
Cuban funds, which the Cubans whethe It had been passed Police said the suburban haou
aid was for a revolution against on by nston Churchill's gov- of a well-known local meickne
Batiat. Chambless, an alled enmenk was almost a total los after th
bootlegger, said he recently had The Chief of Staff was ask- explosion, one of the most aw-
trouble with another bootlegger ed "Can I take it that your erfulset off recently. Both S
about a "big international de!F." infronatlon came from other mother. Who was tenoig th
Chambless, his wife and their sour than press reports on multiled the boy resw
two children were in the room the fploslon?" "You could the b o as a
when the shot was fired. One of take,'"he relied, "or' you could the blast.
the children was lying with his not ke It." attack was attrb tq
head in his father's lap and bare- H explained that all atomic Theuniian tertack wrorats w
ly escaped the blast. matters were highly classsifl- stepped up their efforts
Sheriff Bob Turner said the ed bet backed his boss, Joint several weeks of calm foloWni
gunman apparently fired twice Chiefs of Staff Gen. Omar N. the UN decision on the tale
from the driveway. The f r on t Bradley in his contention that dispute over increased ref -
window was shatte re d and "t)ere should be little more The policemen were Wie
Chambless was struck in the spreading around of informa- Thursday night when they sur-
.chest, knee and thigh. He was tion on atomic capabilities, rounded the terrorist bideout
sitting about 12 feet from the and one of the natives opened
window directly in the line of fLl PreSident fire with a machinegun.
fire. French President
Connection with the Forturates Huge Finnish Premier
Worthy robbery which occurred I g
n 3. The charge agaistlectric Proect T Stay In Office
Chambless alleged that he tranh4- ijn
vorted the stolen money across DONCERE, France, Oct. 25 HELSINKI, Oct. 25 (UP) --in-
the state line. (UP) President Vincent Auriol nish Prime Minister Urho Keik-
Otficers believe the stolen mo- today inaugurated the Donzere- konen withdrew the reaignatiq
ney was t a k e n to Oklahoma. Mondragon hydro-electric .dam, of his coalition government last
Chamble.ss told the police that the biggest in western Europe: night to end an eight-day erisis
he was in contact with the Cu- which will provide two billion here.
bans but rejected their "props- kilowatt'hourt of electricity year- Kekkonen Informed Presideit
sition" to buy guns. ly. J. K. Paasikivi that the tp
_t __"_ouy __ns 1The opening 'of the dam. ca- government now was availa to
RALROA TIDFS nal and power plant was preced- resume duties after arriving t.
ed by a two-hour parade along an agreement on a compromit
Sunday, Oct. 26 there 17-mile canal which will proposal on farm income st6ab0ll
High Low, hel]' make this section of the nation -the dispute which led to
R:3 ajm ........... ... 2:44,a.m. Rhine river navigable and irri- tne resignation of the Agraam
9:22 p.m .............. 3:19 p.az gat a surrounding valley. Socialist Coalition on Oct. 17.


Vanal Clubhouses Hae New 'Gef Tough'


Policy: No Privilege Card, No Sale


lRe's an oldtlme Canal employee
In the "Admini" Lives in the Ga-
Usa area: enjoys some 10 cigars
Mt b re last he ran low
a iWokes and decided to walk
M0to a Canal clubhouse to stock
& he -sked the clerk for 10
h reached in histe back
f/or hl & remember.
fd left It ,o on the bu-
friaits from whom he
bo were loungintg in
M UiM so our friend
ed to hts

em card adr?, -ae


hero pulled out driver's license made in the past of sales of bak- house manager who steppe up
and explained his plight to a ery goods, tobacco and cosmetics to one of his own oouintN to
supervisor, an old acquaintance, at clubhouse counters. buy a pack of cigarettes. a of
Still no dice: no cigars. Salesclerks have been warned the girls who works for him *-f-
Oldtimer's experience was ty- that from now on they will be ed him to produce a card.
pical. From all over the Canal dismissed If they do not insist The manager looked stared,
Zone, today came reports of a on seeing privilege cards before br: the young lady smlhd.
new and intensive check by Pa- the purchase is made. It is un- "Those are the instructins,
nama Canal CO. employes of derstood that manager will be sir." she replied.
every person who attempts td held responsible for their em- Another employee was rebtsed
buy merchandise over the count- ployes' action in this regard. a package of gum. while a 20-
er in the clubhouses. Impetus for the "get tough" year-man had to go without a
A well-informed source said policy on clubhouse merchandise candy bar.
this m lng: was said to have come from the Odtlnm: nlan generally
'"Frolm new so., even If the U. &8 Embassy in Panama. A branded. t iht regulates as
Governor In t bby a pack- mod source believed also that it "ohldlahd" and a "nuim "
age of .tt,'he has to owed a recent request by Pa- "With a- that wJw torna
show hisE. nema merchants for a crack- the uwebants a Panama. why
Very eor, It was wEdated, a dowt on purchases in the club- do we have to be aoted to
new and mer cnt over is houses unauthorlsed persons. this 1 har ent?" bone
to be e for wums who It wa understood that the woman
ask, othe bay t eket of ad- ftbassy had brought the matter ADei n satag a
tto vmove t maSes in the dictly to the attention of the wv hee Gf eop a
C4 tas, o Governor of the Canal ZM welachine In
Aothr maMsee reported that ad had asked for stricter en- house Mr ked:
th W inhtohin ircment measure. retty woon, you' hppe to
PMSSSAU5 t1 not Just how strict it has become nw a M gamy card betei yM
&bsU Wrtoaftos Was brought bomm to me club- ae 3?'


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jHIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS IWN COLUMN By PETER EDSON
WASHINGTON, (NEA) .-First
T h |b E effects of the 19th Congress of
|rloA l the Communst Party, just con-
cluded in Moscow, are likely to
0o be revealed at the United Na-
tions General Assembly meeting
The Mail Box is on open forum for readers of The Panama Amer- in New York.
Icn. Letters are received gratefully and we handled in a wholly confi- Five top Russian diplomatic
dentil manner. monkey wrench throwers have
If you contribute a lette don't be impatient it It doesn't appear the been assigned to this meeting.
aext day. Letters are published in the order received. They are Foreign Minister An-
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. drei N. Vishinky, Ambassador
Identity of letter writers as hold in strictest confidence. to London Andrei A. Gromyko,
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions Ambassador to Ws h i g t on
aproesed in letters from readers George N. Zurabin, Delegate to
ered in lte from readers the UN Jacob Malik and his
successor-designate Valerian A.
ir "A" FOR EFFORT This Is the most powerful
Having recently returned from the States, I've been looking signed to any international
and listening, ano can't tell you how surprised and pleased I am conference. And while the
to see Old Rip Van Winkle Zonian sitting up and taking an in- Russians came off second best
terest, after a 30-year nap. at the Olympic Games in
I'd have never believed it would happen-seeing the citizens Helsinki last summer, it must
down here actually snapping into it and at least bestirring be apparent that they hope
, themselves to make an effort to overcome their former spineless to make up for this defeat
* acceptance of arrogant decisions dispensed with royal disregard by a new try at the Indoor
* for justice or common sense, by the often unqualified men who diplomatic games in the new /
happened to be in power. UN sports palace."k
-.. I'm just human enough to get a kick out of thinking how Obviously, this Communist
shocked and outraged some of the Brass must be feeling, to quintet was not sent to New
actually have their high-handedness questioned, after so many York just for the boat ride or
years of being unchecked that they have, not unnaturally, ac- its health.
quired a sort Mt God-complex. I am now encouraged to hope Trying to dope out what the
that, with the opening wedge of the rent fight, a new regime hussians will do next or how
will be established down here that will make this a wide-awake, they'll do it is as futile as try-
aware community instead of the old, drowsy so-called paradise. ing to forecast an election, the
As straw show which way the wind is blowing, a small item '. orld series results, a football
he newspaper regarding a census on the canine population, conference title or the horses. -
ularly pleasing. This should have been done long ago But a fair guess is that the m-
Sif this one thing is carried through to the logical end- Communist strategy will include -/ a M a
one really bad and dangerous condition will be stopped. That was a main theme of ***,u -
it will have to be enforced, and not given the previous the Moscow conference of the ,
cal handling. I, for one, will be mighty happy to buy Communist Party. It was the
for my dog (which isn't allowed to run loose, anyway) sole purpose of the recent ----
away with the uncared for packs roaming the Isthmus Peiping conference. It was the
of publlt safety line of the Moscow international 11i St
.. 'of.pu bl. .e trade conference last year.
tng of good brands of canned goods in the Commissaries, ists aren't mad a anybody. All
bthe past, in place of the 5th rate, unlabeled garbage the they want is peace, so they By P E
tts are no# forced to use, or go into PanamA for their say. They want to break up By Piteg lson
It that thy "haven't had a decent can of peaches or the trade barriers against
Sthe Commy for months." them in Europe. They want
at's all for now, and let's hope my happily optimistic to break u the North At- WASHINGTON- (NEA)-When Gen. Lemuel C. of ex-Nazi leaders. The latest series of this kind
expectations for the future are justified. (You bet, I gave my lantic Treaty alliance. They Shepherd, Jr., commandant of the Marine Corps, to find wide reader appeal in Germany is a pic-
$10). want the United Nations "ag- made his now famous remark about the U.S. Air ture magazine article about former Ppganda
$) -No Quitter. gressors" in Korea brought Force "Operation Strangle" being a fizzle In Ko- Minister Joseph Goebbel and his wfa.
home. And so on. rea, he added that, of course, he didn't want to The pictures show him. with his net, collecting
If the Russians at New York start an argument. butterflies, and giving candy to children, like a
RUNNING A RAILROAD come up with nothing added Reporters attending this press conference let nice guy.
Sir: to their old line about the out a loud laugh, for it wax perfectly obvious that A report on this new trend in German journal-
It would be refreshing to know why the new Governor has American imperialists being the statement would bring a quick bellow of rage ism has Just been made to the State Department
apparently authorized a recently made "railroad expert" to warmongers who want to lead from the Air Force. It di next day, from no less by Wilson deks and Will Colnell, two U.8. pI--
drive in an official automobile, with chauffeur, on daily 100- the world against their "peace- a person than Air Force Secretary To Finletter. ture magazine editors h6 were sent abroad to
mi-e trips parallel to the railroad from his home to.work and ful" bloc, the new UN General General Bhepherd had originally made most of survey West German publications.
return. Assembly. may run on a just the qualifications which the Air Force came up .T .. .. o f man
OUdinary people have been riding these cracker box railroad another boring talkfest. with. It is, of course, almost impossible to shut To keep American oicials In Germany happy
cars for many Vyars and if it has suddenly become unsafe for But If the Russians come up off all supplies to an enemy by aerial bombing the German editors describe the former maui
officials, it is suggested that some modern used steel railroad with what looks like a real offer and strafng. It's impossible to stop all truck m- official a bad men n the text, but th plture
cars be immediately purchased for use of U.S. rate employes. of peace for Korea, Indochina, vements at night. always portray as gett k.nd .
Austria, Germany or any of the The classic proof of thl.s "was in Ilk during Th*lter I U U Amerloan or
o--er"Dadheader. other trouble spot, it could World War I. jerma had 5 dv 25 officials could do abo censoring theae Owauia
cause complications. northern 1taly. All their s u were coming publications even if they Wane to.
India and the other "*free thought the efner P t ,iaptus wascbomb.D ]rll L OrS Gulabmo
ZONE CIVILIANS nationsof outheas the ed almost around the Yet enouh supplies another
Sir: Arab states, some of the got through to keep the Glermlao g[OYen g and to slon a1thstm e ,hoys it h61101t61"ty to al
I have grown weary of hearing the complaints of persons Latin- American' republ e oandthruem fightingh. em r in h sion th t4rea 1Unowthdl
Slke' "Completely Disgusted" (Mail Box, Oct. 20) regarding the ev some of the countries of tonuble s tihal ongress di tn hoawIn
affairs of civilian personnel about which they know little and W pted s o tenm to an WORK S POCKSl j INGL the m fo that l it did When a
care less.t fortedtolit e r h t oany Average hourlyearnin s of U. S. factory work- ifeIts actvaed, or It willp obl e na -
S The Canal Zone civilians for the mos-pt are here for the phony siren song tha would .eraav..p..sal bit aifeits a itwil bl
purpose of earning honestly the best living they can for them- appease the Russians. the cost of living since tho Korean war broke .tionaCGolin wron t.Bu ta hcoeItw'
selves and their families. There are as many ex-servicemen Again it is necessary to go out, according to Bureau of Labor tatistics. one t
among us as in any other civilian group, and we k (as does ack only to the recentMoscow Calculated on reports from industries with 1 EXAMPLE OF EA EFFICINC
C.D.) that he went into the Service "on his own" unl oe was inference to find declarations mimon employes, the average hourly income, in- Gen. Matthew Ridgway' inMpection of recent
drafted and ir tlht latter case, he was su ct to w ame th Communist Parties all over i cludin oyertme and other e was 1.6 North Atant tt m s
Idrafto rndu w'odapmtworld are to subordinate on Aug.15.
rat lw as w militant revolutionary tactics In June 1950. it was $1.45 an hour. This Is on the ue oe umer un military equi good ae i
Ske no mikoe--we respect the Armed Services and serv- and play up the idea of col 14 per ent gain. In the same period. foreign oo
ice ir. We are Mhapy that they have full privileges in all Canal laraon in popular front consumers' price index has risen from 170 to *..
Zone establishment as well as those exclusively or their use, Anythin that would weaken 191, a 12 per cent gain. The catch on the hourly One of the best reports came from observation
an the several USO's, to whose support we contribu Cnis o earnings figure is that it is an average and not of a parachute drop on a rainy afternoon by a
We are in accord with benefits whic have been gn for om unbe welpressure at home really representative. Wage increases in the a- battalion of Frpch paratroopers with full equip-
service personne in recent years. We have no wish to see them weak governments in the anti- pare Industry have been only about 7 per cent. ment.
ose any of their rights or privileges. Communist world. This willndustrie they have been nearly from the time the irt of
Any time our government decides that this Panama Canal make it all the more difficult 17 per cent. the 480 men had hit the found the had all
should be manned by military personnel, it will doubtless be so ted ne their opposition uni- SOME DtUlCITY HERE cleared thendrop one and wer actioh-lhalud-a
a nged. their opposition to So- Most popular stories In German magazine these g one Jeep that blew a tire which had to be re-
In the meantime, we are just a group of American citizens iet aggression A days are flattering accounts of the private llyed laired.
who contracted to do a day's work for a day's pay, with an un- Asthe o en erais not parent -
derstanding of what each of those things wouid mean. than then ledes not anti-

l8 hiclt Walter Winchell In New York

sounding Oft fIn the press. such an offer to make in their
disarmament plan. It caught the BROADWAY EARTBEAT heard in Reuben's: "Didja ever think year alt-
.for one would like proof that Pfc's and corporals are Russians flat-footed and stumb- The Main Stemmers: Mrs. Richard Nixon win- er they picked his pocks (to gain a l r-t
qualified for the jobs of "GS-11 or some such horrible thing' ling all over the place, frantic- dow-oglng the Democratic Minks in the Berg- latlOn you'd see a headine on its front
or even a lowly n ob as a locks operator (whi must be a quatl- ally waiting for Moscow to think doraGoody windows.. .Fred Allen chompln his screaming: 'Post Sues Wiiohl'?"...'"Ztt' e
fled craftsman uswell). up the answers daily corned-beet sandwich at the Stage Dela... Walcott suing Marclano for hitting back."
If everyone had adopted the attitude that "there must be a Last year too, there were Kate Hepburn In Sardi's doing a slow halse ever
good reason...' for things being the way the were, and those anti-Communist world victories the "Millionaires" obits. Down twown, Kate, we Midtown Vinee: Eteer was rwa
reasons were never questioned, neither Completely Disgusted or in conclusion and ratification of l. still wAY ...Beatrific Lillie "digging" the RooevRelt we n'a t De (leo r)d thta e
any of us would enjoy the standard of living we do today, the Japanese peace treaty and Jahz t Condon's jass-Joynt.. .Ethel Smith filong- we rarely eacounter.. We met her ogita ( -
That is one of the o bases of the Americanism which "C.D." conclusion ofe the peace con- idng her 17 Ib. aoas the M oikefeller rink a lately nyal) at the ABC-TV sli S IetM a
is presumably defending, be it in the Canal Zon, Korea, or tract with Germany. This year winds. What ganm ntlonl...Rudy Valee, the .IA she sala sh d
Kansas City. the free nations seem only in- star oft0yrs bae buying like maaad at a lv. ea frtlW ie deeades...We told her of e Bf "
-Doe, tent on holding their gains, de- 57th Street a's one-cent sae...Mr. we t this telegram: '5ahiew ef
ood_ reso.othngigheteen_____________ tofending atd continuing the pre- Stnway (of t planner sillyona) vegetable- (a ingr) keep atnteea waen
sent policies of containment. and-rust-siopplion at Prieberts grocer store at son. e husband made meX I
^ wrner esoenehropelDsueo All this heavy international 59th and The Main Drag. . Thella n re al rWesaues by Frank *au em I M
drama in New York is, of course reporting In.Ulariem they now refer to Ahe 4 Atle. Will ye kn ge.T f
r ypdnr played against the more excit aker as "the aine dolar bill.." that glomi.. .M tga hq a'"i
Cit. thU Srelectioens. Tseewo may Salliesr in Our AUlley: Celia Lipton, the London b e t ttoi t d. I '
seem unrelated; singing import (at the Maisonette), said she's -
But it is entirely possible that "dyimg to visit Hollywood"..."Do you have mal The WinsheUtei Be v ime you e
De Wthe United Nations rolng-on friends out there?" she was querited... "Noo" ESers on the air or the te dt d
f WT sn oin New York could have their said Cella, "does anybody?"...Over at Judy's of that candy gives your tor eaeS
last-minute effect on the Amer- Alibi Club two Be-Bo pas were tete-a-teteing... (lfe-*IaTers, L.e-Save L arsT il
ican political battle, as it re- Man." asked one. "who wuz that cat?"..."eThat," Annual is aI the book shops. u
lates to foreign policy Issues. said the other "was Jeep".. ."Jeep?" asked the far oly $10. A certain co l
Also, the UN General Aseambly other. "That his nickname?"..."No, that his real Pfor buyln it.And the an
r..eeting will be golnR on after tag. The nickname's Seymour'" for th beet yet I
ST H WVH I SKYnewtS W Henew Prlesident mht have a New York Is Like This Tee: His name is Kech h be uit. .0 atoot
SC O TC *WH chance to make known some ...He's a co .. ShieM No. see...Neih. bt h ms . t
of his ideas on UN affairs be- punxs_ broke the window of a laundroen at Sath I* be are rul


fore the session adjourns, sAnad orkT...Thee prep. was notfled ... ed ,*.front
.._patrolman wearied of waiting evuerna rhfe
the owner (who sever showed up) he I t
boards a hammer and nails sandi4 "zIf' 'Jl b.R
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-Us prtyE lion the balot in ahington, MlbO rland#Ilewer.
In statesWher the re W nocratic-Repubn racnay beo
tChristian tiolsts could hold th e balance ofpower.
Vert=i Sth aM R 10 6tw the party,& $10
thewaalot$ aon
A$fanSE V t asld to ald that It he wou withdraw,
General Bsanowewod ke the Initiative I aliDtM
allyon Genea MaAt
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by Taft nd Cromwell; then McCarthy ad Jmne Who will
brief him In the White RoaUftwt will teach him &oW.-for the
next Sour year4?
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GOVERNOR'AND MRS. SEBSOLD AUM HOSTS P 1iMWN
The Governor of the Canal Zome ang Mr. John s. 8ey-
o1l4 entertaeda last eveniag with a dinner given at the
bGoi M :ence o .neral m is omervell
<0t0%406d Mrs.-SomarvU. who arred en the thmus ye-
t tday by planesfor a vsit. tt the 15thinu..
General Somervelf Is the P residentsf the Koppers Com-
pany.

Dwyer- lmendeorf Mariage of ho(or today at a farewell
Is soleamed luncheon given by the Secretary
The zrtage of Miss Frances of the Venezuelan Embassy and
Jea4ne Dwyer, daughter f th Ms. Francisco Loreto Mayol at
late Mr. and Mrs. John W. their residence.
Oer of Woalto Mr. W i-
41ft Ten hybic fndorf, son Visitors Honored At
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. El- Codktal Party
mndort, of Ba.boa, was solem- Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto de la
fited on Thursday at 6:00 p.m. Oss of New York, who are re-
in'the Sacred Heart Chapel in cent arrivals on. the Isthmus
Ancon.- The Reverend Father for a. visit of two weeks were
Mi chael Wye,' C. M1, officiated the guests of honor at a cock-
in the presence of the immedi- tall party given recently by Mrs.
ate family and lose friends. lisa Heurtematte at her home
Escorted and givenn in mar- ih Bella Vista.
rage by her brother-in4aw, Mr.
Howard S. Engelke, the bride Counselor and Mrs.
Wore a length gown of white Heurtematte Honored a
embroidered nylon and .a sMall Farewell Affairs .
white hat. Her shower bouquet ,Prior to the departure of Mr.
was of gardenias Julia Ernesto Heurtematte, Sco-
.The only attendant of the nonict Counselor of the Pna-
bride was her p ,i MI- Ju- anan Embassy in Washington,
dith gelke, Who w're a gown D. C., and Mrs. Heurtematte on
of pale pink frosted orana, a Friday- morning by plane for
headdress of blue hydrngeas the United States several social
and carried a bouquet-of' the functions were tendered in fare-
same flowers. -well.
The best man was Mr. 'L e o The Second Vioe-President of
Prqsio and Mr. William Schmidt the Republic of Panama, and
served as usher. Minister of Labor, Social Secur-
A 'reception was held in the ity and Public Health, and Mrs.
Fern Boom of the Hotel Tivoli Rieardo Arias E. were hosts at
following the ceremony. a dinner honoring Counselor
Mr. and Mrs. Elmendorf will and Mrs. Heurtematte.
be at home to their friends at Mrs. Elisa Heurtematte enter-
1574-D, Williamson Place,.Bal. trained them on Thursday eve-
bba following a stay at Hotel ning at her home in Bella Vis-
Er Panama, ta; and Mr. and Mrs. Max Heur-
tematte were hosts for a dinner
Farewed Luncheon 'Honors given in honor of his brother
AinbasM der and Wife and sister-in-law.,
S The Ambassador of Argentina Mr. and Mrs. Aquilino Valla-
t Panaua and Mrs. Julio A. rmo gave a dinner at their home
Lopeg MuAtilz, who plan to leave in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Heur-
In the near, future for Buenos tematte; and a cocktail party
Alres, Argentina, were the guests was also given recently for


You are cordially invited to the exhibition of

Chinese Antiques and Modern Arts
(including painting, porcelain, pottery, jade, etc.
to be held at the Chinese association of
Panami-at 14, 12th Street East,
Panamit City from 21st to 31st of October 1952
. it~slve at'I 0.a]. to-12:30 p.m.
and 2:00 p.t. to 110:00 p.m.
Panama. OtOber. 18th, 1982.
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LIN P ANENT! For t 'e fir te you, a
wat. r br beauticien presrihe the precious
lrnofI, CWYOUJR hir ... see her pour the. rich
' iquied lnolin into the neutralizer ..an bel
anzed at -4 pensaent that leaves -your iir
Wper, mermetWurlly lu*ous.wid so healthy that
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them by Mr. and Mrs. Roberto
Novey and Mr. and Mrs. Federi-
co _Marichal.
Bachelor Dinner Honors
Mr. Kaplan
A group of friends tendered'
a bachelor dinner last eveng
In the Fern Room of the hot
Tivoli in honor of Mr. Solomon
Kaplan whose marriage to Mrs.
Inga Fisher will be solemnized
this evening in the Kol Shea-
rith Temple.
, Those attending included Mr.
Roberto C. Taht, Mr. Larr y
Lampert, Mr. Walter Diamond,
Mr. Arthur LIn4o, Mr. Martin
Berger, Mr. Frank Steiner, Mr.
Meyer Kaplan, Mr. Anthony
Palls, Mr. Arthur Rovics, Mr.
Kurt Meyer, and. Mr. William
Homa.
Mr. and AMrs. Hatchett
Are Visitors Rere
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hatchett
of Fort Valley, Georgia arrived,
recently on the Isthmus for a
visit with his brothers and sis-
ters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Hatchett of Diablo and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Hatchett of Pedro Mi-
guel.
Judge Altman
To Return Monday
Judge Edward M. Altma n,
Balboa Magistrate, will be
among passengers ret urn in g
Monday aboard the S. S. Ancon
from New York. During his stay
in the United .States the Judge
visited his son, Cadet William
Altman, who is a student at
Noiwich University in North-
field Vermont, before continu-
ing his trip to Chicago, Illinois
where he attended a Judge's
Traffic. Forum of the American
Bar Association at the North-
western university.
Visitor Honored On
Birthday Anniversary
Mrs. Esther Hutchins of Spar-
tanburg, South Carolina, who
is a visitor on the Isthmus and
the house-guest of her brother-
in-law and sister, Sergeant and
Mrs. Homer A. Woffard an d
their sons, Tony and Herbert,
of Fort Kobbe, was the guest of
honor' recently at a luncheon
iven on. the occasion of her
birthday anniversary.
T"ose present included Mrs.
eAn Cunningham, Mrs. .Toby
Owen, Mrs. Sue Wariner, Mrs.
Naomi Roberson and Mrs. Vivian
Crosby.
Mrs. Hutchins plans to leave
Panama on October 31 by Pan-
American Airways to return to
her home in the United States.
Past Mjtroms Lunch
At Hotel TlviU
Members of the Past Matrons
Assocmlation- of the- Canal Zone
alt thfs morng at ,(46 in the
Scottish Rite Temple in Bal-
boa for breakfast, after which
A Wetlt Wa held.
At nodn the group attended
a luncheon In the Fern Room
'of the Hotel Tivoli. Among
those present were Mrs. Clum-
bla Reiman, Mrs. Matilda Neely,
Mrs. May, Mrs. Leanh Dugan,
Mrs. Gladys Kennedy, Mrs. Scott,
Mrs. Minnie Housel, Mrs. Betty
Herring, Mrs. Marie Curls, Mts.
Annie Calvit, Mrs. Blanc-h e
Wright, Mrs. Ella Brown, Mrs..
Effle McGlade, Mrs. Dorothy
Churchill, Mrs. B0hel Bannan,
Mrs. Haversacht, Mrs. Gr ace
Culp, Mrs. Mary Herman, and
Mrs. Mary Zemer.
Skating Tonight
At Pedro Miguel
A roller-skating costume par-
ty, sponsored by the Pedr Mi-
guel Recreation Association, will
be held this evening at the Pe-
dro Miguel Gymnasium.
Participants and spectators
will be admitted only if cos-
tumed. Masks will be furnished
at the door. The prices of ad.
mission for the evening's enter-
tainment is ten cents. "
The following schedule i
be followed this evening: st-
ing for all children under thir-
teen years of age frpm 8:00 to
7:00 p.m.; refreshments and ex-
hibition skating from. 7:00 to
8:00 p.m.; skating for Children
over thirteen years of age from
8:00 to 9:00 p.m.
For further information tele-
phone Mrs. Ted Mart! at 4-426.
Ladies Auxiliary eof V. V. W.
To Meet
The regular meeting of the
Ladles' Auxiliary te Veter-
ans of Forelgn wana Pe 23,
will be held on Mondan evening
at 7:30 p.m. in the V.Y, W. Post
Home on Curundu Road.
College Club
To Meet Monday


PANAMA tU.ST COMPANY, INC.

S (COMPArIA IDUC IAU P4 NAMA, S. A.)
Affiatl.d to the iroup of

amque Natwionae pour 1 CoNserce at Industrie
16 Boulevard des aten.kPa l4 (h9) France
This banking group maintains more th 1J00 Branches, Agencies and
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3521 Exhibit of Rare Chinese Art
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A FOUR-FACED BUDDHA MADE OF WOOD SPRAYED WITH
GOLD that is from the Klen t.umg Period, over 200 years old, is
only one of the many fascina n Chinese works of art now on
display at the Chinese Aso n. The exhibition was brought
to Panama by Felipe Sinle : ( standing left) and his brother
Antonio. Several schoolchildren dropped in for a glimpse of the
J unusual statue.
Two Chinese brothers are of- Suey to. the world-is only one
fering Panama a rare display qif of the 'many exquisite samples
antiques and Chinese works of of Chinese workmanship and
rart dating back to the .Mine Dy- skill .
nasty this weeft in the building. Sponsored by the Chinese As-
of the Chinese Association. at the sociation in Panama. the exhibit
corner of 12th street and Avenue will remain open to the public
'B," near the LFrench Bazaar. from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. until Oct.
Felipe and 'Antonio Sanchez 31.
(whose Chinese family name is Lacquered flower receptacles,
Chang) are stopping In Panama vases, ivory and silk screens can
briefly en route to Costa Rica, be seen at the collection, as well
where they wee born and where as statues of every size and de-
they-plan.to dkplay their private scription.
collection for several' weeks.
A pottery statue of Lee Hung The brothers plan to return to
Chang, the first Chinese Ambas- heir home in Macao, outside of
sador to the United States and Hong Kong, sometime in Novem-
*.he man who introduced Chop ber.
The first general business on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. to tour
meeting of the Canal Zone Col- in a group various homes in
lege Club will be held on Mon- Panama.
day afternoon at 4:00 p.m. at
the Jewish Welfare Board Cen- Navy Officers' Wives To Meet
ter in Balboa. All members, new, The Navy Officers' Wives Club
old and prospective, are re- will hold their regular monthly
quested to attend, luncheon meeting on Tuesday,
October 28, at the Officers' Club,
The program will be presented U. S. Naval Station, Rodman.
by the Know The Isthmus Group --
under the chairmanship of Mrs. Hallowe'en Party Thuriday
Hope Benwithz. Through t h e At Diablo Gym
courtesy of the Diablo Camera The Diablo Gymnasium will
Club slides entitled "Crossroads be the scene for a Hallowe'en
Portrait" will be shown. party on Thursday October 30.
From 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. grades
Bridge Tournament one, two, and three of the Dia-
To Be Played Monday blo Elementary School will have
The regular bridge tourna- their party; from 6:00 to 7:00
ment will be held on Monday p.m. grades four, five and six
evening in the Card Room of will meet in the gymnasium for
the Hotel Tivoli at 7:00 p.m. their fun.
All those wishing to participate Students and pupils of Balboa
are invited to attend. Junior and Senior High Schools
Sd the Canal Zone Junior Col-
I. A. W, .'To Tm ay N are welcomeZ the Diab
All interested members of the Gymnasium from 8:00 to 11:00
inter-Amnerican Womenws 1 Cdqb P.m. for frolices.' Costumes are
are invited to meet at the Club optional. Refreshments will be
Headquarters on Shaler Road served.


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Participating in the luncheon
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REHEARSAL DINNER FOR Story by Mrs. Vr. E. Sands, uW
GRAHAM-THOMAS-WEDDING PART distant leader.
The girls who werejnwvted
A dinner party was given by Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Thomp- into the troop were: Katllee
son at their residence on Colon Beach, last evening, to honor Mellis, Jay Taylor, and
her daughter, Miss Shirley Ellen Thomas and her fiance, Mr. Law. Mrs. W. P. Singletary pint
Lee Ferguson Graham, on the evening of the rehearsal for ned on the Brownie pinf; up.*
their wedding, which will take place tonight at the American side-down.
Episcopal Church of Our Saviour. First and second year pen-
The members of the wedding party attending included: dants were presented the older"
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pihigrem of Balboa, Reverend and Mrs. members by the assistant lead.
Milton A. Cookson, Mr. and Mrs. George Engelke, and the ers, Mrs. J. W. Boyer, Mrs. R,
members of the bride's family, Charles, Richard and Cath- M. Ranger, Mrs. C. W. Wright
erine Thompson.. and Mrs. Sands. Gloria Dolby
received a second yed~t pendant%
Mr. Owen Honored by Union moved into her present quar- and the first year pendJ hts
The Carpenters Union No. 467 terms. went toMcCurreyBao
met Tuesday evening at the The guests were: Mrs. Hugh MaZe6^V. ki
Margarita Clubhouse for their Christey, Mrs. Arthur Albright, JLdy O'Brien, Toni P-e--'Jas
regular meeting. The members Mrs. Fred Newiard, Mrs. George Ranger, Sandra Sandri Cnnie
took this occasion to honor Mr. Poole, Sr., Mrs. Sam Mauldin, Singletary, Nancy W71i d e m1
Gilbert Owen who is leaving on Mrs. Howard Harris, Mrs. Fran- Francine Wright Shry Al
October 31 to reside in Jackson- cis Werlein, Mrs. Martha Wer- and Diane Sauerhoff. "Wor
viule, FIa lein. and Mrs. Hugh Rogers. pin was given Paula Fitzgeald.
They presented Mr. Owen a At the conclusion of the pro-
matched alligator pocket set of Informal Dinner Party gram refreshments were served
purse, wallet and key oatrier, Mr. and Mrs. Milo K i s s a m by Mrs. A. G. Prien and .MrM ,
were hosts for an informal din- Charles Rials, Troop Committee
Surprise Shower Compliments ner party given at their Gatun members.
Mrs. McLean residence, Wednesday evening, Gold C
A no host luncheon and sur- to honor Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold CoastOrchid Societ
prise shower was give at the Owen before their departure. Makes Corsages
home of Mrs. Stanley Kidd The "art of corsage making'
yesterday, to honor Mrs. Arthur Mrs. Griffon was the high point of. inttest
McLean. The members of the En Route to Indianopolis at the regular meeting eat',the
Philanthropy Committee of the Mrs. Hollis Griffon left by Gold Coast Orchid BSoeiAty' i
Cristobal Woman's Club gave plane yesterday to attend the the Trefoil House, in t~in,.
the party. Conference of the N a t i o n a Mrs. Thomas Fels was i chaite
A small cradle, filled with Presidents of the American Le- of the project and h*d a l of
the gifts was presented the hon- glon Auxiliaries in Indianopolis, the necessary materialao Ver.
oree. Pink carnations were used Ind. The conference will last training to corsage maingo
on the luncheon table and in from October 26 to 28, after Everyone tried their hand at
the genera) decorations. which Mrs. Grition will visit in (Continued on Pae 6)'
The friends who participated New Orleans, Washington, D. C.,
in the affair were: Mrs. Elta and New York, before returning -
Montgomery, Mrs. Arthur L. L to the Isthmus.
gan, Mrs. C. H. Hull of Pan ama -
City, Mrs. William Clute,Mrs Mrs. Adams
E. S. McClelland, Mrs. C a r I Leaves for Nicaragua
Maedl, Mrs. R. W. RubelMrs Mrs. William E. Adams left
William Grady, Mrs. Raymond by plane Thursday to join Mr
Ralph, Mrs. J. F. Meehan, and Adams in Managua. They will
Mrs. Clifford Russell. return to the Ist mus the early
e part of the week.
Mrs. Owen Honored with
Surprise Bon Voyage Luncheon Elght-Year-Olds
A group of Gatun friends gave Have Brownie Meeting
a surprise luncheon for MrL Brownie Troop 8, composed of
Gilbert Owen, of Margarita, at eight-year-old girls from Coco
the Hotel Washington yester- Solo and Coco Solito, held an
day. Mr. and Mrs. Owen a r e investiture ceremony at t h e
leaving next Friday to reside in Sunday School Building on the
Jacksonville, Fla. They lived for Naval Station, with a largc
many years in Gatun. gathering of parents andent a
friends present for the occasion.
A Hallowe'en theme was used An impressive flag ceremony w o i
on the luncheon table with opened the program with the
bright Colored leaves, and tiny girls standing in a horse-shoe
pumpkins on the place-cards formation. This was followed in
marked the guests places by the telling of the Brownie ;I n't ,orrvablb i a..t


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Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes- Arrivals and Departures IGETNIN MAYBE?

h Ing place outside the United It 24 per cent larger than It Is AN^ 4TA .U TAR
AboaIr air hIfi i Rstates- now, and 40 per cent greater than
Shipping &w ponfulfillment of presentor- Leaders In toay's merchant
ders the world's merchant mar- ship e onstructioP are: United ger
-- ine will be boosted by 22,000,000 Kingdom. 30.2per cent of the
PAA To Celebrate int. for Mr. Smith. Can you find deadweight tons.That will make tO tinued o Page SIX) )
25th Birthday Oct. 28 out where he is?"
Aboard airliners high in global "Is all the luggage aboard the
skies and at airports throughout Johannesburg Comet?"
the world. Pan American World "Can you have an orchid avail-. COLD STORAGE ROOMS
Airways vwill celebrate its 25th able by 4 a.m. tomorrow for the for rent
anniversary Oct.2 0ithI irtliday arrival of a lady passenger on for re
cal-.s and all the trimmings. the 'Monarch from New York?"
The pioneer. international air-. On one occasion recently he, COOLI'RS FREEZERS
line was born Oct. 28, 1927., when was asked at short notice to pro-
a tri-motored Fokker airplane vide four pints of milk for one of E DUA RD O IC AZA
flew from Key West, Fla.. tq Ha- th.e Royal Vikings of the Queen's EC S AND PsI I -Extra Special
rana. CubI. in"-uguratinm the air- Flight. P. Box 532 Panam R. P.a Special
i .',. firt international rn oute 0


The fli-ht covered a distance of Mcllwee .joined B.O.A.C. in 1947
90 miles, after serving for 13 years in the L
In the Nearr,s since. PAA has Royal Marines and traveling to'
expanded its routes until 80 most parts of the world, includ-
countrie, and colonies ; on six ins the Arctic and the Antarctic.
Continents are linked together by
'tb.? far-flyint airliners. Free Nations Building
ILargest Merchant Fleet
BOAC's Nerve Center WASHINGTON. Oct. 25, tUSIS I
Answer 1,000 Ouestions -Thl merchant fleet of the
A Day At London Airport world is building up to its great-
At the rate ot more than two est size in history, the National
a minute. for eight hours a day, Federation of American Shipping
is child's olav to Glasgow-born reported today, adding that al-
"Josenh Mellwee. a B.O.A.C. duty most all new construction Is tak-


assistant at London Airport.
Seated at the "nerve center" in
the sound-proof B.O.A.C. Duty.
Room overlooking the apron and
'runways, he is in direct micro-
phone contact with all the essen-
tial sections at the airport. such
as the operations room. the con-
trol tow."r, ticket desk. aircraft
loaders. transport catering and
.customs. as well as with Airways
*:Terminal at Victoria some 15
miles away.
With the flick of a switch he
can speak to any or all of the:
different departments who need
to know about aircraft move-
ments and times of arrival and
departure and he is quite accus-
tomed to dealing promptly with.
unusual requests.
With a buzz and a flash of a
,rd light on his pitnel the aues-'
tions pour in "Customs are look-


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SISTHMIAN' ..... C HU R H H OT:ICE IS "a Soviets ConfusedTseroissAssa
T ,r N Grammer Convicted;On Penicillin Resumed In Timi

I A Hanging or Life Imprisonment scovery m 25
-.0'*.. WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 (UP) down recently flared wh t
SChurches of any th h the Can Z and the i - -Soviet propagandits are tell- day as authorities report
IOfesn of* P me. < C*ih. elathpebics f Pm.em, end ithe te **Ime PI u BALTIMORE, Oct. 25 (UP) she believed religion was the ing the Rusian people that explosions here and in th
r tisf a es* lon. the m d uarvime. end a* ivile New York businessman G. Ed-b only bar to their wedding. "green mold-penicillln" was of Souse.
ghoss ""t S o toa a agrs. . And Sevites ward Grammer was convicted The Imperturbable Grammer first discovered by Russian A bomb placed under the
SUNITANsis e The Pename Ame t bel, byof first degree murder today for heard Moser's verdict with the scientists back in 1871. ground floor staircase of an
1 do t the "almost perfect" slaying of same lack of emotion that he party line got apartment house n the
O 10:#30. We m~a n5etatowvt from otime totie. sh eod st~le u 540t. "41 Sad o his wife. He faces death on the had maintained throughout the Butthe party line got twistedrean sector of Tunis e
JWU AWO eretla^ i tions tw Note.nd stiae e Sethor gallows or life imprlsonmer.t, .week-long trial. His mother, Mrs. somewhere. late last night, destroying S
u ietaonreaorndtwoco tsdAd sukC'.u mwa nd Causing consi*
Src bo,4 spil lisn is include a t Arml pe ie Cl an B. A Judge Herman Moer, w h o Viola Orammer, looked distress- The same Moscow radio broad- able damage but no caua
5:45L C .r7. a lSPa Aft. Ncea *es ne Noel stations. Preactin gand Communion .. o: g heard the sensational c a s e ed. c am scor o e
.i:5 without a handed down The slain woman's moth cast claiming discovery of thehr L
A r Gymiosshurch s ndchopi anasked-tolateal r Win So dCmmnon 7 nws vedit h ajurye slai oman'otr, wonder drug 81 years ago said: Two explosions were als
yaw Mvtationl thm e as"d lSk by Wela y"o enatelatstoal Won"ltoSZ i W J ,? bi hn verdict shortly after state Mrs. Margaret chmldt, showed wonder drup 81 y ao aaidi Two nxplosons were i
Hto tbera the 'tlmi Setuv.a ekme ^peg. ~dj't B"ite Clas Thurda a a.m. and defense attorneys complet- no reaction at the verdict. Mrs... .. .. 8oe onen th
to w tii Sturdeschuka. ea ed their final arguments. The Orammer and the three Gram- Soviet scientists have evolved dens o the Franco-Arab
Srellte -- ciUcr-o VMsmat-u.u 2 L WnIw defense contended Gramm er ner children were staying with a series of new remedies and and the other on the terrao#a
--We most % at h Sicarh LeotM was the victim of his own tern- Mrs. Schmidt when the slaying drugs, including penicillin." the Electric Works.
Sn tront of the.Clubhouse per. It sought a lesser man- occurred Aug. 20. No casualties were reported
Baotist Va wpscoopal m.en. W slaughter verdict. G atreA
Sthe Ca. alan c nmtt ca of thos d nCohe wc SUN ATRADORL 0 & l 1I Phone Gtar 0 a n Gulick 3n convinced Grammer "coldly and thony S. Federico, aid he
apP*iCtn n'A siMc"MOWciitesoif ria-in But the judge" sid he was Grammer's attorney, An- tlkwihi
twomunion R 61b*oideliberately" beat his wife to would ave to tal withn hi
0.aA. Astchool nd Adult C Ut caddeath with a steel pipe because elent before he reached any
viceTLa w .th o. ZtE l ib Clm... ... 0: ..a .ChaplainDep -m s.hew hopelessly fIn love wit decision on whether to ap
am Bob" EM R87 5 uat: Cotiton in Col6.au MorninPreowr and Sermon 10:45 a Phoue 1-via2 M Iathilda hi I oaheE
am parlah churches in both cIe wet, Fir t atb Month Mathilda MLzlbrocky, attractive peathe verdit to higher IF
a ti LaeUQ.-. X^ oMe SliWish kinp VHoly Comauniod and r- Morning Worqhp ......: 28-year-old Canadian employee court. All Oiff ltS
a o A Sv e oun. e np "are m ............. ......... : Even wor p ..... ....... of the United Nations. If an appeal is filed the judge
isa s t atlsm.vies snuh a nO f-o.. ..a. EveningWoruhip2...ld nd. arofdthaenai e mpyat ions.
,. nm . c. a nd.. -u al00 a . . I foa n a ppeal s filed the judge
Clov ..im andHolytDays a0Baltimore police as "the wom- until his decision is reviewed by
JBalboatAo C .... .StWeanNo an in the red hat," was the
1100bllUo 8sa unda5 5. 8:00, 10:07 11r. CC 5?. Holy su ara : Sunday t Usa t e star w n a s thU s emeb e n of Baltimort
t , D no'rma" l :o y ~l12= ; 11."0.0: 1a sd^ Wuft: Sund rbut,. states star witness against Under Maryland law, a frist
ta'mo i ak.i th SundaySch .ol tol da Yiios 86 *."'d1:10. u. nav. a .20 a e. rammer. degree murder conviction car-
at M Di1A.'I e.nist Ho lDay MtBel58:011. 11:106U :611R Bev. Mibso &C s eson. l sacrmentof ion iit. aS S Bhe said Grammer never told er mr doe thdo\N
Rev. .066 al. ..- &LHoP_ .,Sesa Grammerneverr ldes either the death penalt y,
.l ...u. d Sov S oida y moontha t o herihe was married and that by hanging, or life mprisonn-
a .le -. t la the m nt a Meah M et er heiar aChareb men t.
MIraculouP MeUdal Nove, -Monday at oun Omp'sI Service ri a30 1:nam 6 R. P The judge described as "un-
Ret v, M .Von'Bay u-. dyw o?,.= a"a n*n su a7.mr rA, ..PnIt 1 f v a t.onel .e.".othat rammert dee murderedCtn-
^ ,astWesS .. 4DSLE 7t I ...... AND B T IIM 5Wf t dris o | his w Arf
.... ing ro sul of few ,
_q s vc a .,. ,1 o-- ......In Upstate N. Y. te Gra e mkt more oe

pay 0 Mas "WDSa r dy-7 d :.m.T h evt i aMcDonald. o union .......... m at.r ct "I cannot accept the murder CA
Rev..I st l';MA 0,M Sawred Heart .10 Moonaldtolyt 7n'9oRetidetMnsr.A 2..lnm Sar BRANT, NewrYork, Oct. 2 as t ofot blood,"e'Ms.
t aa eau am a 4 en:(USIS) Puerto Rican farm The jud a d tthe
tatu S as'undaP 8sch 3ol:0 a ftWodnusedays nu aueliae u'IB*-* workers. flown to the United ge agreed with t
CWAI iCocit rn ade. raaI d .. *Sesy....... ISO. ..... t. heva state that Orammer bludgeon-

S col......... 0 am: ....a..iudd.n .B 3 u. : p.m eU r udNaT e tC e racin e ae t automobile accident. Mrs. Gra -
ing, j4 7 .2........ 7:30 P. M Su nda Lw'a 1u!3 li L Buildin Brant Cooperative Farmers A- automobile Ccoir M Gram-.

Pedro e1110W 0ami. avery n Mring P r JUpetr Am erican saarl of Christ in the U. S. The teach- age of her new car, an anni-
SAMeta: Sol(S.C. Atris".)PubicG l m every Mounday t er, and expert in linguistic, is Ri- versary gift from her husband .I III
0esions:Saturdny-7:15,. 1:4 m s--Su r a t 3 Ta.m chard Cortright, who says that
.m .. .d....... s.... .. s ... .. !0.1 5mout h 0 l r or ii his pupils are outstanding for II.
a^psty ^ lMa arch Wedne' Ar:.d.me 7:30 p .M AH1 OOR rA w e invited.r
a a t .400PIn. atw. n".-md-I I C : their eagerness to learn." G E C T H PH
wt cla ass munday-10S. 1: Rev. Le rley. One of the first lessons given "THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST IS THE HOPE OF THE WORLD
Sunday School ............&0 Seven nth Day to the Puerto Ricans is how to
n aY Jouoa. s uot o0umu 5 sAve s:0o of write a money order in English: I
Pa .d eve.ng -.Pryer : A d.t nearly all of them send the bulkS' r .
aiyDaca.::Vy-: :45: a. W I enm j Auxf ..... .. 7o so of their wages home to families
oat Wot" C. Z. Conee ton: Saturda-4:30. 4:00 em. hand and 4th Sunday I 10 em firm V m hirdl Wed-w In Puerto Rico. Balboa Heights. C.Z.
wrer7 "w" Dsib Hel -te ., d y- a S -q0:d -a srvz C-DAY- U Cr- The teaching project here is SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1952
w ,M away troem hom- as Vc a a93Satu a Satllo e: m. making it a guide for instruct- 9:30 a.m.-Bible School (Classes for all ages).
with a we t Plstastri c.-m6 a PetLv oicle#r Chr Divine Wnhti a*00 itm Youth's Meet- Ing other agricultural workers in
W0 am. Holy Days: A"Mam.s a. -Holy Communion udy-8101 Lecture 'A) p.m.as.WStates. A recentHes-
i pseo ............ f.i.a ah td': a e mtimate by the Christian Science 10:45 a.m.-"BEIN PREPARED FOR EAVEN."
nion s ........ a forD Hso Oa s -Marin.ProvSooL e che .a -. Monitor of Boston, declares that I Pet. 1:3-7
.l. 2, plSeore Holy ayD. sPoifta e Paam .about 12,000 Puerto Rican .arm Junior Choir ...... Senior Choir
e ae raryveryevering: 0 pm T workers were flow to the Unit- Children's Chapel (ages 5-12)
124le0at~y~l'e- .0 S DR10LA SALLE alM Lri,,cab vo t. Avl.; Ulr.e: e __6dStatesIn_1952.
i .....i,.i.;.. :00. am .- Su 6- 3.3oe.0.A Ri 1.0ka.:toamao. Cabom -e o o.. lyl ed States in 1952. 6:30 p.m.-Baptist Training Union.
-"emyl--*. 7:20 0.... -, -. m. O- ak44 kuvlo NadBal boa k Arizona's Indla3s
AbaYoinS0 '- Mt.,_ Arizona.has 7:30 p.m.-"THE DOOR TO HEAVEN -or
J -.4-. I ..sPana mala Ch -arch a Arizona has 17 Indian reserva-
A+ A. .'.Pa~sto~r. ,W-. .b el; eiors, covering a total of moreRevelation 4
end wednesila-1t0 b'u o 4rC dian tribes, with a total popula- Pst W..Beeby--peaking. Radio Oatlet--OXO-7-5
Ld. "J0e ._ 416*a .ur otion of 50.000, second largest In EVERYBODY WELCOME NURSERY PROVIDED
go....m. ol yno ass: ,. the United 8ates.W. WE PREACH CHRIST CRUCIFIED RISEN COMING AGAIN


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No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and No. 55 West 12th Street

Morrison's Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199


FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:-12 mine glasses, $6.-
00. Radio, $60.00. Electric clock,
$4.50. Sunbeam Coffee Maker,
$18.00. 9 ft. Westinghouse refri-
gerator, $60.00. Venetian blinds,
4 small. 2 large, $30.00. 8 gloss
windows, $5.00. House 752-B,
Balboa road, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Bendix automatic wash-
-ing machine, 60 cycle, good con-
dition, best offer tokes it. Phone
5-296.
FOR SALE: Blinds for 12-family
apartment. House 0763.-J, William-
son Place, Balboa. After 4:30.
FOR SALE:-1948 Westinghouse Re-
frigerator, 9 ft., $125.00 (25
cycles). Phone: Panama 3-3579.
Barriada Vista Hermosa No. 807.
(On Transisthmion Highway).
Down entrance street.
FOR SALE:-Kenmore washing ma-
chine, 60 cycle, good condition,
$40.00. Call 2-2026, after 6 p. m.
7, Darien St. Apt. 5.
FOR SALE:-Bargain! Large, beauti-
fully carved, round Chinese table;
,'-new 7 tube, General Electric, 25-
60 cycle radio. 713-B, Cocoli, So-
go Street, anytime.
FOR SALE:-One steel library table,
$5.00;,' 1 chest of drawers $6.00;
One 7 foot Frigidaire, $100.00.
647 Coscados. Phone 2-3750.
FOR SALE:-Large. 9 pc. diningroom
set, 9 ft. oil porcelain refrigerator,
slide rule, Deep' Sea rod and reel.
1546-A, Mango St., Govilan Area.
FOR SALE:-One Bendix Economot
60 cycle automatic washer, can
.e used as manual, in excellent
wtidition. $150.00. 1437-D, Owen

FOR SALE:-9 ft. Refrigerator, 60
cycle or trade for 25 cycle. Pedro
Miguel 292.
FOR.SALE:-Crosley Refrigerator, 3
; J.'td; oak dinineoom set; bed-
S. s with moattrsses; folding
-, ctS 'floor lamp; W'r. Panama 3-
4248. 4 8 p. m.
IOR SALE:-Household effects, set
., of Rattan 18 strand), 2. chairs.
'Ij]t on. Coffee tob:e, lamp, RCA
=I- i KiS Candle lamps, table and
Sbaed, 1 glass radiant Beaded tripod
screen. Potted plants. Antherim.
I Violets. Legonias etc. 1559-B, Ca-
labash Street, Balboa. Govilon
I :da, Telephone 3436.
)OR SALE:-Baby Coach with mat-
tress, almost new. $)5.00. Baby
i Crib with mattress, $20.00. Three-
Squarter folding bed with mattress
$25.00. Telephone 3-3810, Pan-
a are. (
SOR SALE:-Bamboo tables, maho-
; gany tops; piano, practically new;
SGeneral Electric Sunlamp; bird-
S lcage, lawn chairs, round mahogany
1 table. House 2489-A, Morgan
; Avenue, 2-2142, Balboa.
OR SALE-Modern mahogany China
.- Closet $40.00. Very good condi-
I ,tion. Phone 3-2863, house 1609-
SB, Old Cristobol.


POR SALE:-Quartermaster dining
-,table $8.00; Four chairs $8.00;
--sideboard $12.00, steel desk $8.-
00; 25 cycle Deepfreeze $125.00.
:"'107-A, Jadwin Ave., Gamboo, te-
'i lephone 6-407.
;OR SALE:-Four livingroom sets at
it$65.00 a set. House 2172, Curun-
i du.
R SALE-Baby Grand Piano $575.
00, Walnut finish mahogany din-
iIng. and bedroom suites, $275.00
each, 6-strand Rattan chairs with
6Ottomen $90.00 each, bolster type
ofttan chair with Ottoman $80.00,
B piece mahogany (with webbing)
tfivingfoom suite $80.00, small
sturdyy tricycle $9.00, picnic table
.O0. Choice Gardenia and Hi-r
hibiscus specimen, Misc. household
-,Items. Call Allen 2-73-5261 or
c',ome to white concrete Quarters
u 553-B (hilltop) Curundu Heights.


fOR SALE:-Household effects! One
double bed, mahogany box spring
Snd innerspring mattress. Dressing
table, mirror, one Dresser steel odd
chairs, kitchen utensils. House
); 1501-A, Akee Street.,
FOR SALE:-Diningroom set, maho-f
Sgny, 6 chairs. Frigidaire 60 Cycle
9 ft. Gas stove. Desk. Wardrobe.
Singer Sewing Machine cabinet
i- Easy rocking choir. Radio and
:r phono combination 60 Cycle. Ham-
by 9088, 10th St. ir Rear Build-
: ing, Colon.
1.R SAIE:--Chinese chest, combi-
Snoation dining console table. Chi-
* nese rugs, Rattan 2 sweater settee.
^ Rattan arm chair, twin bed and
s spring, lamp shades, waffle iron
- radio, Chinese hope chest, chest
of drawers, mahogany arm chair,
4Cp, knick-knack Shelf. Misc.
*mu se 1467-B, Holden St., Bolboa.



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A .t 6 Ponat (Alipufiga) or
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arilsad pas *en whichtb
etMaeof skin trouble.
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MISCELLANEOUS
De you have driking pwelem?
Write Aklcohel Anoymoeus. ea
2031 Am C. Z.
Dr. WENDEHAKE. Medical clinic,,
Estudiante street No. 140. Between
"K" and "J" Street. Phone 2-3479
Panama.
PANAMA & COLON AQUARISTS:
-New assortment tropical fishes,
30 types. Panama: Acuario Tropi-
cal, II Via Espaoa, opposite Juan
Franco Stables. Phone 3-4132, Co-
lon. 8066 A, 9'/2 Street, phone
1251-B.
Travel via "AREA," "the Route of
the Good Neighbor" NO INCREASE
IN PRICES!.. FREE MEALS AND
COCKTAILS! One-way to MIAMI,
$67.00...NEW YORK, $111.00
GUAYAQUIL, $75.00.. ..QUITO
$86.00 Round trip MIAMI, $120.
60... NEW YORK $208.60 ....
GUAYAQUIL, $135.00.... QUI-
TO. $154.80. BOEING 4-engine
planes. For more details see PAN-
AMA DISPATCH SERVICE, oppo-
site Ancon Busstop. Telephone 2-
1655.


SPECIAL EXCURSIONS!
FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO
one way $85, round trip $135 (15
doy-limit), $160, 'rood one year);
to LOS ANGELES., one way. $149.
15, round tri $252.35, 90 day-
limit) Panama Dispatch Service,
opposite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Pan-
ama 2-1655.
We repair and Refinish all kind of
bamboo furniture. Special Work.
Juan B. Sosa, in front of "Jimmy
Shop," Jardin Balboa.


FOR SALE
MiscellaneouS
FOR SALE-Upright piano, $175.00.
Cabinet type sewing machine $65.
00. 2115,i, Curundu. Phone 83-
7265.


FOR SALE:--Piano Wurlitzer, very
good condition, practically new,
Malca 10079, 10th St. Roosevelt,
upstairs, Colon.
FOR SALEt Double door Freezer
type Frigidaire refrigerator 8.5 'cu.
ft. 60 cycle. $300.00. All porce-
lain Frigidaire automatic washer,
60 cycle $275.00. oath like new.
House 8025-D, Margarita, phone
3-2889..


FOR SALE:-Indian motorbike $125.
00. G. E. refrigerator, all porce-
lain bot, needs unit $7.50. Elec-
tric motor 25 cycle, 1-4 H.P. $5.-
00. Exhaust pipe, oil filter refills,
upper front grille bar for 1950
Chevrolet. House 0821 Plank St.,
Balboa. Phone 2-1385.
FOR SALE:-Two months old pedi-
gree female boxer pups, fawn co-
lor, vaccinated, $75.00 each. Te-
lephone Panama 3-1892. Colle 31
No. 22.
FOR SALE:-Saws filed & set by
precision machine. 19th Street
West. Tel. 2-3180.


FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-14 ft. boat with top
fully equipped, many extras in-
cluding two deep sea reels. 5 H.P.
Regal Marine engine inboard $100.
00. 11 month old block Cocker
Spaniel female AKC registered
wonderful pet for children. 369-B,
3rd. St. Phone 3-194! New Cris-
tobol.

Commissary Group
To Sponsor Dance
On November 29


A Thanksgiving sports wear
dance will be held next week Sa-
turday at the Salon Arcos here
cn Nov. 29 by the Pacific Com-
missary Group.
Music for the dance will be
played by Armando Boza's or-
chestra from 8 p.m. until 5a m.
Door prizes will be Riven and one
whole hour of boleros will be
featured.


FOR SALE
Automobilog
FOR SALE:-Used tires, passenger
& commercial at Agencidas Cosmos,
on Automobile Row No. 29, tele-
phone Panama 2-4721.


FOR SALE:-'48 Hudson Sedan, all
extras perfect condition. 330 E, Pe-
dro Miguel.


FOR SALE: 1949 Dodge Station
Wagon. Low mileage. Call Hotel
Tivoli, room 318.
FOR SALE: Willys 1948 Station
Wagon. Duty Paid. Toller Rigby,
I St. No. 28.
FOR SALE: 1948 DeSoto 4-door
Custom Sedan with automatic
transmission & radio. House 0763
J, Williamson Place, Balboa. Af-
ter 4:30.
FOR SALE:-Pontiac "8", 1948 Hy-
dramatic, radio, 18' Sailboat "Kay"
derigged. Phone Balboa 1471.
FOR SALE: 1948 Ford 1-2 ton
Panel truck for highest acceptable
bid. May be seen at Marine Corps
Exchange, Rodman, between 8:00
a. m. 5:00. 22 and 23 Oct. 1952.
FOR SALE:-1952 Packard 200 De
Luxe Sedan with radio, in excel-
lent new car condition. Must sell
before my new 1953 Packard or-
rives. Contract Dr. de la Guardia.
Telephone Bolbot 6454.
FOR SALE:-1938 car in good con-
dition. Sacrifice for $45.00. House
No. 13, 7th St. Parque Lefevre.
Enter at Contina La Luz.

Position Offered


WANTED: Salesmen for domestic
articles. Refrigerators, stoves,
washing machines, etc., ELECTRO-
GAS in front of La Merced Church.
From 2 to 4 p. m.

Wanted Position
WANTED: Salesman or saleslady,
wanted for large concern. Excel-
lent working condition, good so-
lary. Write Box 323, R. of P. stat-
ing age and experience.
WANTED:-Experienced manicurist,
neat appearance. Apply Diablo
Beauty Shop. Telephone 2-1322.

Help Wanted


WANTED:-Domestic servant to do
cooking and housekeeping. Must
live in. Phone 5-296.
WANTED:-American housekeeper,
to cook and care for 2 small boys
while mother is in hospital. Tel.
6-477. House 109-8, Gamboa.

WANTED
MiscelHaneoum
WANTED:-Vocation quarters on or
about 20th of November. No
wild-parties or pets. Service man
and wife. References. Coll 2-1569
after 5 p. m.
WANTED: By American couple
without children, fully furnished
apartment in Bella Vista or Vista
del Mar, for a period of more or
less two months, commencing
November Eighth, telephone 2-
2644, from 8 to 12 and from 2
to 5.


US Army Decorates

Co-Designer

Of Atomic Shell


DOVER, N. J., Oct. 25 (UP)-
Robert M. Schwartz, engineer
who helped design and deVelop
the atomic artillery shell, was
awarded the U. S. Army's de-
coration for exceptional civilian
service today.
Schwartz, employed at the
Picetinny Arsenal, was given the
citation by Col. J. P. Harris on
behalf of Secretary of the Army
Frank Pace, Jr. It said:
"H I s initiative, Ingenuity,
judgment and perseverance in
the basic design and develop-
ment of the atomic artillery
shell, despite extremely short
lime schedules, have resulted
in providing to the Army a new
weapon of critical importance."


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

Propaganda, S.A.
"H" Street corner Estudiante St.
Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798


RESORTS
Gramlich Santa Clara beach-
tottages. Electric Ice boxes, g s
stoves, moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gomboa, 4-567 Pedro Mi-
guel.
ATTENTION: All rents reduced
on Foster's furnished cottages, one
mile beyond Santa Clara, private
road to beach. (Bring own linensJ.
For information call at Dogmor's
No. 6. Tivoli Avenue or phone
Panama 2-1070.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
only court in Santa Cloto with on
Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to beach, Rock Gas, refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
ama 3-1877, Margarita 3-1673.
Box No. 435 Balboa.


FOR RENT
House


FOR RENT:-Chalet 3 bedrpom,
nished or unfurnished. No. 5,
Street, Son Francisco, near
Porras. Telephone 3-3833.


fur-
7th
Via


FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Two and five room furnished and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
1386.

FOR RENT.
Rooms
Extraordinary large cool room, own
entrance, completely private, fac-
ing street, convenient to Zone and
Panama transportation midtown.
Bella Vista. Furnished, gentleman
only. 3-1081.
FOR RENT:-Room furnished for ba-
chelor, Ernesto Lefevre Avenue,
Porque Lefevre No. 32.

FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Large house: living-
diningroqm, 4 bed-rooms, near new
"Rio" theatre. Fruit trees, bear-
ing, lot 900 sq. meters, $6.000.-
00, terms. Tel. 2-3518, Panama.
FOR SALE:-2 choice lots No. 498-
499, Las Cumbres, reasonably


Minimum for 12 words.
3c. each additional word.


COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL


RATS are
EXPENSIVE GUESTS.
IF YOU REALLY WANT
TO GET RID OF THEM
USE
MAR FRIN
Rat & Mouse Killer
(contains WAR-FARIN)
GEO F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140


MODERN FURNITURE
V*SIT OUR SHOW-ROOM
8lipcover
Reupholstery
"HERES"
77 Auto Row
TeL 3-4M23


Trsportes Baxter, S. A.
Shipping, moving, storage.
We pack and crate or move
anything. 'Phone 2-2451,
2-2562, Panama.


CHIROPRACTORS
Dra. A. and 3. OWILLAC
(Palmer Graduate.)
OIMCZ HOURRS!
-- 1I end S -, nd m.
S Saturday* 8 It noon.
SS PeZ Avenue Tel. 3-1315
(1 block from Lux Theatre)

Feost, Harvest
Festival TOmorrow
At St. Raphael's


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priced. Make an offer. Telephone "e eh I
Bolbooa 3436. seph W
'George
FOR SALE: Beautiful cottage 3 The
bedrooms, 2 baths, garden and Masoni
grounds terrace front and side, West 13
must be assured of Cojoa de Se-
ouro. Tel. 2-2542.
FOR SALE:-Land 7,000 square. me-
ters 15 minutes on Tronsisthmian,
0.75 meter. Panama 2-2912 or
3-1562.


SHIPPING...
(Vontinued Prom Page 4)
world's construction with her
present fleet representing 23.9
per cent of the world fleet; Nor-
way. 17.8 and 9.3 per cent; Pan-
Pma, 6.4 and 6.1 per cent: Germa-
ny. 5 and 1.8 per cent: Japan, 2.3
and 3.9 per cent and France, 4.8
and 4.5 per cent.
United States flare firms, with
almost 17 per cent of the world's
merchant marine, have contract-
ed for only 3.4 per cent of-present
ship building-all tankers.
Tankers represent 64 per cent
of outstanding orders.
Freighters are next with 33.2
per cent while passenger-carry-
Ing types are only 2.8 per cent
of the total.
Half of the world's tanker
construction is consigned to the
United Kingdom and Norway.
American tanker, owners who
sail the world's largest tanker
fleet will draw 5.3 per cent of
current world tanker construe-
tion.


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Of All Types For Your
Office
"Burroughs"
ADDING MACHINES
"Smith Corona"
TYPEWRITERS
"Bwroughs"
CALCULATORS
"Burroughs"
BOOKKEEPING
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O STEEL DESKS
OFFICE CHAIRS
SAFES
SDITTO DUPLICATORS
FILING CABINETS
KARDEX
CASH REGISTERS


4 ; .'"


fast. of St. Raphael' the
njrel and a harvest festival
celebrated Sunday at the
i of t.\Raphael (Old Ca-
at 7:30 a.m., with the sa-
lt'of the Holy Eucharist.
Rt. Rev. Albert A. Steer
the celebrant, Father Jo-
Wantuk, deacon and Rev.
Grekig as sub deacon.
services are held In the
c Temple building No. 1,
Ith Street.


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As Major Campaign Issue
-0-
DETROIT, Oct. 25(UP) Dwight D. Eisenhowr Atiant ...C
last night pressed his case against the Truman adminis- Atn tic. l
tration for involving the United States in a Far Eastern th' work and s11f"rp .
..a_, he work and wth lef
war. meeting wearc f M i
The GOP presidential nominee his strongest state- flower i co T
ment of the campaign concerning Korea here. furnhed by R T. a
Eisenhower called the present situation in the Far geant b. c. Harse w
East "the whole sorry Korean mess" earlier yesterday as Geor e Radel, wSW.
lie made his second major c a m p a i g n invasion of j. Wilkinson, and Sergeant Al.
Michigan. len oyd.
, ,,.Mt. Wilkinson was host o
"As this political campaign has Korea would lose' us the election," the evening He. refresh
proceeded through the past hec- he Said. "It would be more wQr- ments to: Mi. and t. T.
tic weeks, the opposition has thy of our soldiers to take that Ray, Mr. and Mrs. WaynRose,
found that it undertook one task stand than to win the election." Mr. And Mrs. T. SchUbers
that is impossible," he told a He recalled Woodrow Wlson and Mr,P. L. Ho er Mr. an
trackside crowd at Royal .Oak. statement that "I would at "I would rather Mrs. Thomas F.Mr. nd M.
"It undertook to defend the fail in a cause which will ulti- A. 6. Turner, Se a nt M d dMbt
sorry record of the past seven mately triumph than triumph in D. C. Harshawv, -t and"
years. That it has found impossi- a cause which will ultimately Mrs. Allen Lloyd, M and MM
ble to do in front of the Ameri- fail." W. F. Caddell, Mr t s Alrich,
can people. "The war in Korea is not, Mr. Mrs. E. A. Cox, MrsMlae BDrn
"That record includes the fum- Truman's war," he said. "It Is Mrs R. W. ui, kr.B. 3Bobe
bling away of the American mankind's war. It Is the stand of Captain D. 8. Shine, . O
strength in the world and-finally the free world against wanton and H. P. Butcher,
bringing us the great tragedy of aggression and cynical despotianm. The next meeting will be held
the Korean war and the loss of "The issues in this conflict-are at 7:00 p.m., at the T r e foil
China." too grave and too great for par- House on November 10.
Testing one issue after an- tisan politics, and the proposals "
other against mail and other of quick" and slick way out of Ko-
expressions of public interest, rea are false. Teatow Girl Spent Sunday
Elsenhower's campaign advis- "My opponent has told us that Sunday, October 2, is Girl
ers were convinced the Korean we could leave the South Ko- Scout 8unday, and all 01irl
war was the most serious chink reans to do the fighting alone a- Scuts and Girls Scout adults
In the Democratic campaign trainst the Communists. He has in the Canal Zone ar6 asked to
armor, said that Asians should be left to otn .their sister scooat in the
Hence, in this industrial center fight Asians. U. 8. by wearing their uniforms
tonight the Republican candidate "If wa were to follow the gen- when they attend church to-
set out to prove that with better eral's policy, wq would risk a Mi.- motrow. Remember a Girl Scout
foresight and judgment, and nich in the Far East. with the "does her duty to God" on Oc-
with less internal bickering, the possibility of a third world war." tobe 2.X
Democratic administration could Stevenson said mutual action ---
have k.pt the United States out artonn nations to secure peMce Fort Sherman Brownies
'of the Korean war. E wag one of the greatest "revolu- Hold l Kr e -
Before trackside audiences El- tions" in world history. The Brol naie T p Cerem y r
senhower scoffed at Democratic He said that 20 years ago Therman No. 54, w sponsored by
charges that the GOP would cut woodrow Wilson tried it but re- .he esOf .' WlQl' ( ,ha
social security benefits; that a actlonarles and lsolatiol2dlt de- Wthe e s.tu Spo ba d
Republican victory would mean nttoyed his dream. Time, he said the home ol Mrsi u rryrmy ai
depression; that labor would ha's roved Wlon right. ,t h aeo anes*. t te s
have an enemy in the White Meanwhilp Sterhen Mitchell, bM f4W I andLwM d
House. chairman of the Democrati na.- Nn'e l were united Into
"Unable to defend its record of tonal committee, said in Wash- the Troop wit the
the past seven yersa...The ad- ington that Democrati. election Trambwi t the cremino
ministration has had to resort prospects ae gonod bt thepart e n nr
to a campaign of feat," he said. treasury is "very low."
"They are trying to scare Ame- Talking to reporters after. p1 at wtch tinme the ot
ricans to death about other -isit with President Truman rh r tcoo Thdue lhvala'n
Americans. hell said, however, he is Bo o pAtander Madein t
"Now of course. the b e mis- ful that the i st-minote n w ott t, Marda 1le m In
take that the opposition has to the oarty's appeals wsll l f ttA lnnero.n Wrin XI
made in trying to sell this pro- good-"'both for money and ftilor SnSS Jei
gram of fear is this: HOw do you votes." ,d
sell fear to an Amnerien? I have Mitchell sa1e he He many
not found any crowd. any group "encouraging signs" that point, the only
buying fear from these people he thinks. to a Demioratic vecto- left e original tt
who were trying to peddle It. on Nov. 4.
Meanwhilqftov. AdIal X.-Stev- HA aid tis confident the
enabn, voicing new optIs ,er oth will s 4 t year to o.Br
his campaign tor.the raidency, the Rerubirh V na umn. 0t,- W n a t, trotn
said his Ne' ,Yo win Inc -Mwfnere hthenon l et t
ted the Detfocrat, may At lpu1 teas -ollec-ted l,.
"happy surprise". on electUip a fai this e and has spent *-
The Democratic preidential 921,616. A0trh2ients were ,rv
nominee, bidding for New York' i Countine funds It hd on band the tirls'to their iothe.i i
45 electoral vote biggest single on Jan. 1. thq party treasury nowlt cluded: M-, dad e: oB--!V
prize In the electinft expressed has $130,413. he said, Alexner, ap on P I,'
his optimism at Geneva, N.Y., "-Our treasury is. very low," pi yM n, William
one of 13, histle-stops in his Mitchell said, "and we've Rot a Riobert Stevens, Chrlea u
tour of the state.ch ong wa to go." nerson, T M nO, "amalm
He concentrated his speech- Wagoner, Dean Sca, Seatoa
making on a defense of the Un- C 0A r iLesnaterMrs. Maroey, and No-
ted States role in the Korean 0 CC i 0 Bandl c t hourret. Als present



were t6 fight alone against the The Coneordia Band will cele- __
Communists. brate its 17th anniversary today 'h iha obe ore
In Rochester, M.Y,, Stevenson with an open-air concert at; the hWal t l to-beron Rea t
said he would rather lone the 5th November Park Colon co- A felebratin be
election than give up a Strong mencing at 5 p.m. held for M atherJ. Alinond
stand against aggrilboh In Ko- The band ;was organied.,on MaCate, -.. t.oahterrow eve-
rcsk a 06stand tth23,195by prof. Mazimo .i The- R04111 -be:gerd
cause of the United N.at4ons In or 1 ars prior on hits t hd A 1



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IV '. W. Post 3822 exhibed 'A
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Wal3y's Bar. The Retterer
det-Um- in Bembenek
ttirnbctof the Sartezldera Sawyer
their ihld on third Can
ogaf one paint on the Handicap
lacrs. Mosa Common
t really turned onl Totals
.fetiM for the nite.
iMasent pimes of 193, J.L.
I t ave m. a superb u yer
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Amine tatn put a polka-dot Totals
fiiii to JA L. Ptatco Buick-
,lhlOvtol in a swiping three .Coi
points n their encounter. bed Walker
a remarkable perorm- Stoewe
erenenured the Pa Bryste
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game and eies fOr the y Har -
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OP TElN
b*M 172- 3
C40 1s$- 8
ta Veja 165-
V..W.! 103-12
Balboa 163-11
me Paints 163- 4
utaturo 162- 5
ally's Bar 162- 4
rta Vilea 161- 8
V.F.W. 158-11
Total
W L P thi
16 5 23 18283
is. 13 8 18 18022
122112 9 16 17928
12 9 15 17I89
10 11 11 18081
7 14 1 17707
7.14 10 17544
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'ta Viejfi
130 154 200 .490
166 13l5 131 45
202 141 123 4
156 117 179 ,452
151 191 144 486
73 73 73 219
84 $31 8N 2565
VA.
boa Beer
145 131 151 427
132 121 .160 0 13
158 15 146 460
90 117 143 350
137 146 190 473
110 110 110 330



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147 107 10 ,99
171 111 145 427
179 144 19" 520
124 146 206 471
115 115 115 345
883 791 1N8 2682
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148 10 170 7 470
130 10M .162 4dI
i1241 134 124 -
185 121 1-4 40f
139 176 164 17
105 105 105 15

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12913 13 10 422
157 144 124 425
135 153 116 404
161 510 190 516
189 190 160 539
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175 156 1685 46
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158 137 138 428
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Handicap 114 114 114 342
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Wally's Bar
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HIae 00 121 124 351
UAWs 116 138 145 399
edlart 192 190 171 553
Handicap 123 123 123 369
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Paama inmer, Jockeys In Charles Trounces Cesar Brioi',

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LIMA, Oct. 25--,(S cal)-A classy field of
eleven thoroughbreds.representing the cream of the
tace horses in Argentnia, Chile, Panama, Peru and
Venezuela is scheduled to start tomorrow in the
$2,500 (1,000,000 soles) "President of the Republic
of Perf" Classic over one-and-seven-eights mies at
Lima's San Felipe Racetrack.


The- Balboa High School
Bulldogs kpt their 1952 un-
beaten, united football record
intact r oflo ag a kick by
Tommy. Hufes and sending
nt th e e n to
ony we re of the ike testt
win ver O tobalHh lIn
a veitabl sea of mud at
Mount Hope Stadium.
For three 4arters the game
was a scoreless duel, with first
Cristobal sad then Balbos al-
ternatng moving nto seor-
Thetgrs evneentrated on
a Making e ,daring tbhe
first half with ughes doing
the footWork In one of Criato-
baft rse imaintg plays Bob
Graee inteeeted a Balboa
S th -ya line and
drove oa tob he 10-yard line
after hakI off three tac-
Other outstandlngs were
turned In by Balboa's Jim May
and theI Tirs' Bill Roberson
ant Hughesrwhile carrying the
ball.


Drag Races Set

For Chame Field

Tomorrow P.M.
The difficulties that pre-
vented the last automobile
drf races at Chame has been
Ironed at and the Canal Ztone
Timin Association wlt hold
races at Chame this Sunday.
The ndispensable cooperation
of the olioia Naeionial" has
madb the races possible.
Drivers from all over the
Isthmus. will be pattleipating
In the :races. Anyone who
wshes may enter his car pro-
viding tires, brakes, and steer-
Incf e good.
The time trials are sched-
uled for one o'clock tomorrow
afternoon and will be follow-
ed by two-car quarter mile
drags. There is no admission
charges for spectators.


Playground Sports
DIfBLO G(M7
The Intramural football finals
have been played_ at the Diablo
gymnasium and the Tigers have
taken the championship. Final
results have found the Tigers
with five victories and no de-
feats,
The Black Knights came In
with three wins and two defeats
while the Bulldogs couldn't find
the winning combination and
wound up the seasons with no
wins and six defeats.
RAINBOW CITY
In the opener game of Rain-
bow City AlU-ar Volleyball se-
ries, Grade sevn-8 e c t ion I
whipped Grade Eight--Section II
'o a score of 195.
In the -enior High Depart-
ment Rainbow City lost to La
"oca High 34-24 and to La Boca
Jr. College of 21-29.


El Mago, a Peruvian bred colt,
will be guided by H. Ulloa, a
Chilean rider. Parlera, also Pe-
ruvian bred, will be ridden by
Chilean Luis Alberto Diaz.
Don Floro and Viveur, Argen-
tine bred, will be ridden by Al-
fredo Spto of Chile and E. Vas-
quez of Peru. respectively.
(Editor's Note: Diaz and Soto
are well known to Juan Franco
fans. having performed here.
Dift turned in some sensational
rides on former track champion
and Panama money winning
champion Microbio.)


Athletic Club


Whips'JC 19-0


Peruvian turf "experts" and
oddsmakers have established Li-
berty, a Chilean racer, and Ml-
ronton, one of Argentina's best
as the favorites to cop the 2,800
meter gallop. Panama, track
champion Cyclone Malone i1
conceded only an outside chance
Cyclone Malone will be ridden
by Bias Aguirre, probably the
greatest Panamanian jockey of
all time. Another Panamanian
rider, Alfonso Carbonell. will
have the leg up on Good Fellow
an Irish thoroughbred who does
his racing in Peru.
The Panama star, Cyclone Ma-
lone, is a three-year-old chest-
nut colt by Silver Horde-Grand
Manners bred In California. He
is owned by the Aqullino Vallart-
no and Manuel Arias Esposa
Syndicate. -
Isasa Gustines, who talims
Cyclone Malone, has eltse
confidence that the colt*wi
turn In a good perf ormaae.
The Cyclone has neverbiAW a*n
impressive horse during work-
outs. He doei his best running
in actual competition.
Liberty will be ridden by Chi,
lean'jockey C. Cruz. Mironton
will be guided by Argentine Sal.
vador Ditomasso. Venezue l s re-
presentative, Beaucaire, will be
under the expert handling 0a
Chilean jockey J. E. Cruz.
Beaucaire is also rated a good
chance of winning because of
his good workouts and brilliant
record in Venezuela. This chunky
bay horse Is by UJJl-Thessala.
Good Fellow who with Cy-
clone Malone and Beaucaire are
the only non-South American
thoroughbreds in the big race--
is by Fahy Fulmar-Dangerous
Moonlight.
Rounding out '-the field of
probable starters are Fuego. an
Argentine horse who will be rid-
den by Argentina's Griveros.
Millaco, another Pampas star, is
slated to be handled by H. Caf-
fardint.


Set To Meet

Bivins Next

NEW YORI, Oct. 25 (UP) -
Ex-World Heavyweight Cham-
pion Ezzard Charles, Impressive
in a lopsided victory over Ar-
gentine Cesar Brian last night,
probably will meet veteran Jim-
my Bivins as his next comeback
opponent.
Ezzard displayed new aggres-
siveness last night as he won a
unanimous ten-round decision
over Brion before 5,758 in Madi-
son Square Garden, He gave
Brion a thorough beating but
could not knock him out. The
gross gate for the nationally
televised fight was $17,695.
Brion, six years younger and
ten-and-one Quarter pounds
heavier than Charles. was on
rubber legs in the first, second,
eighth, ninth and tenth rounds
but he would not go down. Brion
has never been stopped in 47
professional fights.
Brion, scaling 196/ pounds to
Charles' 186%, threatened only
in the third session when his bo-
dy attack nearly jacknifed the
exchamp. Cesar had a slight edge
in a furious fourth and he was
given the eighth on a foul be-
cause of low blows.
Charles, favored at five to
one, gashed Brion's left cheek
deeply with a straight right in
the first round and he reopened
an old cut beneath Cesar's chin
in the sixth. At the finish,
Brion's left cheek was swollen
like a balloon and his left side
was raw and red.
Brion said Charleaswas one of
the best fighters he ever m t
but said he could have done bet-
ter against him it he had been
"sharp." He said he hadn't had a
real fight since last March.a'
Brion did more bobbing and
weaving than usual last night
and- caused Charles to miss a
surprising number of punches.
Meanwhile, Charles fought from
a more upright stance than
usual and he was much more
aggressive than in the past.
Each of the three ring officials
gave seven rounds.
Same with several of their' star
sideline with injuries but
they will be out in full strength
next Thursday night at Balboa
Stadium for the game with the
Balboa High School Bulldogs.


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Thursday night before a scant
but enthusiastic crown at Bal-
boa Stadium the Athletic Club
Rams beat the Junior College
Green Wave 19-0.
The Junior College, playing a
much better brand of football
than shown in the past, had,
their offense rolling throughout
the game but were unable to
push the ball over to pay dirt.
Several times the JC team had
the ball deep in Rams' territory,
only to be stopped by the strong
Ram line.
The Junior College defense
held the Rams' ground attack
to several short gainse until Jim
Frazer intercepted a JC pass at
mid-field and ran it back to the
College 2-yard line. On the next
play, Bill De La Mater carried
the ball over for the first touch-
down of the game on a quarter-
back sneak. Leon Herring kicked
the extra point to make the
adore 7-0.
During the second quarter the
Rams took to the air and early
in the third quarter the Athletic
Club scored again on a 30 yard
pass play from quarterback Bill
De La Master to end Bill Carlin.
Leon Herrng_.try for-the extra
polnrt was blocked, leaving the
score 13-0.
In the fourth quarter with
their adrIal attach clicking, the
Rams moved to the college 45
yard line on a 30 yard pass from
Burnie Herrings to Angermul-
ler. De La Mater then passed to
Bill Carlin on the JC 25 and fol-
lowed with a 25 yard touchdown
pass to Ronnie Angermuller in
the end zone. Leon Herrings'
convertion was again blocked to
leave the score 19-0.
In the closing minutes of the
ball game, Leon Herring inter-
cepted a JC pass and returned it
to the college 20 yard line, but
the Rams were unable to score.
Angermuller then intercepted a
JC pass and returned to the col-
lege 25 but time ran out before
play could be resumed.
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CHICAGO, Oct. 25 (UP) -
Former gangster'. Roger (The "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
Terrible) Touhy filed a $1,500,-
000 civ suit today against FBI TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1952. FIVEl CENTS
seven other persons on charges
that they conspired to send him
to prison on perjured testimony.
Touhy is serving a 99-yearl
prison term for the 1933 kid-Md
naping of former confidence 'an acr u ersu spee
man- Jake (The Barber) Factor.
'His suit charged that Fac- 0
tor had himself kidnapped to
avoid extradition to England, n p r e
where he was wanted in a
akulti-million dollar stock k
s dle.
addition to Hoover and ATLANTA, Oct. 25 (UPi man, got out of the truck on Hopkins, a teen-ager, and Vir- Ringgold, Ga., and took him to
Fac or, the suit named as d The 20th victim of the "maniac U. S. Highway 78, some 20 miles gil Lemay, alias Ralph Taylor. nearby Chattanooga. FBI agents
pendants: .m marauders," three hit-and-run west of here, the hunter rela- Myer's story was told to Chat- questioned him there this after-
Courtney, the state's attoneas highwaymen who have spread ted. tanooga, Tenn., authorities., He noon.
whCourtney, the staosecu te s attouhyin 1935terror through three states. told Tennessee authorities today said when he tried to relate his The bandit leader, who was
who PCircui t Judge Michael Feinber 19 police today he drove the ban- identified him as James Fran- experience to an Atlanta po- first thought to be Jimmy or
who pCircuit Judge Micat Touhaels kidnabergdits to the Atlanta area where cis Hill, 29, of Franlngham, liceman, the officer would not George Collins, was later iden-
trial; J oseph B. Keenan, former they apparently went separate Mass. believe him. tilled by Tennessee officers as
special UJoseph B. Keenattorney;, former ways" A second member of the 'mar- The bandits had threatened Iill, a six-foot, two-inch, 155-
Purvis, former head of the Chi- But the robbers now had the auders," described as a youth of to harm members of the hunt- pound man whose light hair
cago FBI office; Dan Gilbert, FBI on their trail as well as about 17, got off at the termi- er's family if he talked. Myers was streaked with gray.
ormer Captain of the state's'n G state officers for in their !atest nal railroad station in Atlanta said. so he headed on to Chat- He was described as "heavily
attorney's police; Murray (Thes ride-tob escapade they tookland the third bandit stopped tanooga without reporting fur- armed and very dangerous."
Camels Humphreys, r e p t e their victim across a state line, out in front of a downtown their to police. Hill's bandit cr e w escaped
gangster, and William Scotmel Humphreysa federal kidnapping count., theater. Highway patrolmen, recogni- capture time and a gain by
Stewart, Touhy's lawyer in the' The story told by HerschelI The Tennessee highway pa- ing his pickup truck by its' li- switching stolen cars and bob-
kidnap trial. Myers, a squirrel hunter kid- trol quoted Myers as saying the cense number which had been bing up in widely separated
The suit charged that Gil- naped by the gang near Spen- hedge-hopping bandits to I d broadcast, stopped Myers in areas.
bert, Courtne y and Hum- cer, Tenn., focused the search him they planned to return to
phreys soght to el'ninate !for the men on this area. The Florida by train. Es e Dic se
Touhy sort rival in seeking 'fast-moving robbers slipped! It was in Miami, Fla., that s D iss
control a th AFL team- Ithrough a police dragnet in Ten- the "marauders" abducted their Embassy s Se ert Dses
sters union ic-c. nessee. i rst victim Monday.
Ic'rd th ... de-The elusive highwayme In Their trail of c r imes ledUN W weaknesses And Strength
to becom-' v'ntrcrched in their naped 20 persons. stolen five-see, and back to Georgia.
jobs thre-- thc prosecution, automobiles, and abnut $600 ini In addition to Hill, the rob-
The suit -h:rged that Stew- cash during a fantastic series of bers were believed to be Charles o -
art went along with the alleged abductions and holdups in Flor- The'United Nation's is not cated then and now to the world-
conspiracy under the threat of ida, Tennessee and Georgia. something remote, or mysterious, wide destruction of democratic
exposure as a purveyor of stol- Myers said he drove the men of no concern to each individual, institutions, signed the original
en bonds. to Georgia in his pickup truck but every individual Is a stock- declaration made by the found-
ebdand dropped them off in scat- holde-r in a world-embracing cor- ing nations on January 1. 1952.
h tered parts of the Atlanta area. portion, stated Elvin Seibert. and. went through the motions
NeW Union Church The leader, a self-styled mad- First Secretary of the U.S. Em- 4o discussing at Dumbarton Oaks
bassy, at the U.S.O. Jewish Wel- the organization of the proposed
.i aif are Board Service Center last world body," he said.
Educa n Director nir ll e night at services commemorating "There and lqter at the San
i Junior o llege the seventh anniversary of the Francisco Conference It stood out
establishment of the United Na- against world opiplon and a-
To Be Installed Elecs1 53 tions Organization. against the essential principles of
S"The strength of the United the United Nations, for what It
The Balboa Union Church will r CiNations springs in the last ana- averred was its right: the power
add a new member to its staff 1IonquIsador Sta lysis from democratic world opin- to veto the consideration In the
this Sunday morning when MissI Ion, which Is the freely-voiced Securlty Council any matter In
Thelma Tschabold is installed The Canal Zone Junior College ,- opinion of vast masses of people which t had an Interest,
as minister of education, has announced the election, at a lilk you and me," he said. Wew hitha beest
-Miss Tachabold will be ore- easnatm een of college stu- S l eibert quoted Edmund furke's "The veto has been used many
scented to the congregation by eentst ofmeCharles Rhein of Bal- speech in the British Parliament, times merely for purposes of oo-
the Rev. Alexander H. Shaw. boa as editor-in-chif for 1952-53e at the time of the American Re- struction. but its prime purpose
The charge to the congregation o editor-in-chf fstador 952-53 evolution advocating conciliation was and Is to block any proceed-
will be given by Stuart McNair, o f the with the American colonies: ings for the establishment or
chairman of the church council. Pook of the anamoa J m "When bad men combine, the punishment of Soviet. tglt."
a dtephen Pao chairman of YvorCi e naless mana-R ooad must associate; else we will Since then, he added, the rul-
Sloard of e tion will give C s one by one. an unpitled sacri- era of Russia, oblivious to the
te charge to the new minister erhel, has ppqintfd th fol- fice in a contemptible struggle." Welfare of their own deluded peo-
ofT'education. The service begins lowi h. GeIald H drick- Discussing the present situa- ple and unfettered by any con-
at 10:30. oe make-up e George Me- ; tlon in the UN Selbert said that sideration..,of ethics or humani-
Members and friends of theivier photographer atricia unfortunately some nations ty, have chained h :I ol Europe
c t rch will be aiven an opopr- -bographer Ji which aim at world domination to the chariot wheels of Com-
day to evening from 7 a 9 Inss Tschabold hertist; K. Jayne Butler. popular- Enthusiastic response by lo- are also members along with the munism.
day evening from 7 a 9 in the ity contest editor: VIlma Medi- cal rate workers to this year's !good nations. "Luckily, those The attack on the democratic
hurchat an infrlors.mal reception. girl' sorts editor Sonya drive to raise $34,865 for the bent on imperialism are in the 'rovernnrent of South Korea In
hurch arlors.MorleC activities editor: Sonia Canal Zone Community Chest minority and have been unable to June of 1950 erased any doubts as
naMiss Tschabolday aboarrived thein Pa- Mendieta and Glorilela Rosas, as- is predicted by Stanley Loney sabotage tl'e work of the demo- to the dangers that the delnocra-
S. S. Cristobal. She is a former sistants to the business manager: (above).i craticbloc." tic world faced, andnow freedom
resident of Akron, 0., where she Michael Sugrue, Armed Forces Well-known on the PacificI HE explained that the Big from-further aggression can be
heldthe position of director of editor Shirdley M. Vanerdlis. side where he has been asso- Three which laid the foundations based only on the maximum of
education at the North Hill Kathy Sandridge. staff assist- ;ciated with previous Commu- 'of the United Nations was believ- preparene-ss for full-scale war
Methodist Church. Previous to ants: Hector Miranda and Adilia nity Chest drives and with the ed by most people at the time to and the willingness to shed blood
that she held a similar position Arauz, assistants in advertising.I Summer R.-creation Program comprise three nations dedicated so 'Idn as the Soviet thirst for'
in the First Methodist Church The Conquistador, which has. as coordinator for local rate to more or less similar ideals, the blood of its puppets and its
of East Liverpool: The new Min- been published yearly since 1936. communities. Loney is this year "We now know that this was alleged enemies is unfatisfled he
ister of Education comes to the is expected to appear about May in charge of contributions from not true. One government, dedi, continued, Belitert said.,
Balboa Union Church well re- 1. Faculty advisers are Miss Do- these communities. He is right
commended bv her former as- rothy Moody and J. A. Lyons. hand man to William Jump,
sociates and the National Coun- ---- --- Chest chairman for local rate Pusan POW sBalk
cil of the Churches of Christ in gifts. T e B Last
the U. S. A. The Chest drive started Oct. *
AGeorgetown Club 18andwill close Nov. 1. The On Work Details; F InGg i
bulk of local ratio subscriptions
BETTER UNSTRAINED iHolds Monthly are expected next week.
BOSTON (UP) A group of' 9 Are Injured
Massachusetts scientists says Reunion Mondayv in
unstrained cranberry sauce re- French, Germans PUSAN. Oct. 25 (UP) Nine ORIBMIN ., Oct. 25 (UP)
trains up to 80 per cent of the All former students of George- war prisoners were injured, eone Turke ha their last f ling
ruits vamtown University who ever at- Disagree On So r of them seriously, in a camp here today before the annual
_______ tended the oldest Catholic UnI- near Pusan today when they de- Thankgng turkey harvest be-
i versity in the United States are Valley Elections fled orders to form work details, gins.
invited to attend the regular according to a United Nations
monthly business meeting to be BONN, Oct. 25 (UP)-French- prisoner command. Onea thousand gobblers strut-
heldat Number 11. AvendaMaGerman talks aimed at reach- tedenter of Grif-


'Mon'day -night at 8.
To date, former students of
the College, .the Graduate
School, the Schools of Foreign
Service, Law, Medicine, Arts and
Sciences, and Dentistry, have
been represented. It is hoped
that former Roya-Saxas of the
School of Nursing. of whom
there are several in the Re-
public nd the Canal Zone, will
join the Club, which is open to
membership for anyone who at-
tended any Georgetown institu-
tion, regardless of graduation.
Further details are available
from Secretary Paul Pifia, at
ot FASTE MUF wit Panama 3-3212.
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as Poee healing by helpinS so poua
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isa t"


ing an agreement to postpone
the Nov. 30 legislative elections
in Saar valley ended toda-' in
disagreement.
Identical announcements is-
sued simultaneously by the
West German government -'d
the French High Commission in
Bonn this evening declared.
"The exchange of views
which has taken place between
Paris and Bonn during the last
few days with the aim of post-
poning the Saar legislative
elections have not led to an
agreement on views. ,
"The problem of the future of
Saar will nevertheless be fur-
ther discussed."


The command believed the
prisoners balked because sever-
al of their leaders had been sent
to another camp in a "routing
transfer." The Communists are
expected to follow the incident
with another of their "automa-
tic protests at Panmunjom."
Meanwhile, the Peiping radio
said the North Korean Commu-
nists continued their demand
for the resumption of the Pan-
munjom negotiations.


The UN recessed them Indefi-
nitely on Oct. 8 when the Com-
muhists were unwilling to agree
to the principle of voluntary re-
patriation of war prisoners.


nn uf thg eue Mals fifth an-
fial T y Festival. The birds'
ctuaes represented such per-
sonT as Adla Stevens on,
kh b r, Truman.
The 'eat, tfom Ohio" won
the h 4l in his divis-
ion, but i ~inap bird who won
the t Mi Aarioa" stole
tOA heat oIbe of er-

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turkeys but it a different
twist. It mw a gigantld turkey


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The relatively unknown bu.
important programs of. the U-
nited Nations in the ROutV04c o
Panama were stressed Thurtsda
by Charles H. Whitaker, 11J..
Consul In Colon at a Cr b-
Colon Rotary Club meeting I&
observance of United Naonaw
Day.
Whitaker cited the work done
by the Danish expert. Dr. Elnar
Andersen, who was sent here b$#
the UN to "attempt to de"vme
the means to keep hoof and.
mouth disease from spreading
from Colomrbla to PanamA."
Another of the little publi-
cized works of the UN, Whitakr
said, has been the program of
vaccination against tuberculosis '
carried on mostly In the interior
of the Republic bf Panama. BtRtAl
Whitaker said Dr. Osvig, a UN Mamnij
technician, recently spent s.x Negro
months here with the Mirdstry
of Health and PoinE Four work- -
ers on the vaccination progrand,
"which has been used effective,-
ly for a decade or more in Scan-
ainavlan countries."
Whi taker also pointed oub
that an agreement recently was
signed between PanamA and the
U1. World Health Organizatlon,
under which a comprehensive
malarial control program will be
started within a few weeks in
Panams as In most of the Cen-
tral American countries.
Other UN programs here,
Whitaker said, include the UNI-
CBE program which supplied ?.'
130 tons of dried milk for un-
derprlvljged children in the
Public Schools lunch program
last year and a visual education .
program, under which a UN .
specialist has been working In
the Panama University.

Auo Demoished,

Driver Bi*d
A Puerto Rican sergeant e :
caped with only minor injuries
yesterday afternoon when h
car turned over on BDolvar High-
way near the Mindl Diary.
Sgt. Jesus Sierra Cabeza's car
I 951 Poftila. wi s demolished.
received only minbr cuta and
bruises.
In the Cristobal Magistrate'gs
Court Monday. Cabeas wll bej
charged with reckless drivg_. .


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