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 Material Information
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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00181
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..moo u~f iveoles around
thfact t es*dh year. at th
cl6ie of the WIhool term, thfc
Canal organlatian bills thC
three armed service at so much
a head lor the coit' of educa-
tion for military dependents.
Th4M aouItA are on a scale
sWd upinng tour steps be-
Atwen rIWZtyld the top
jk 'te hi -i ltnfting of the school
year, an esin iate of the coming
year's costs-are assembled.
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ow oanoton wiseMay Exceed

Gover1o John 8. Ieybld e weekend in contacting Mun-
leave b1 ir for Washingt t tUe CZ4LC' legislative repre- SEOUL, Oct. 27 (UP) -- niteA
6It wMa revealed today ntative who is now in Wash- States marines yesterday
Bab3BesShMts. St* n fighting the rent in- tradition ot iWo Jima and r-
1Bef unexpected 6a t, due to telephonic diffi- WA in, a desperate oAttep to
ture however, Seybold t I tit sto6 creaming Chinese troop in
ruled to meet with Rufus LOW-: M oo as .scheduled to ob- "htiuman-h-ea" assaults at the ma-
lady to discuss aspects o i t in full Information on the ridies' main battle line' on the
rent protest campana all's basis for computing the western front. Armed forces personnel on the CanaIl Zone o a
Lovelady, who heads the CaM ioew ren#,a through the office An estimated 3,000 Reds, at-. P on an a e
nal Zone Emergency Legdslation Secretary'.ef the Amy, Frank tacking along. the three-mie possibility of having to assume part of the cost of tuition
seComurmittee, from id he would try toall e Pace, Jr. earlyy this week. rnline sector. forced one'pen- for their children who attend the Canal Zone Sc sl
securif from Seybold all the to- Lovelady meanwhile has con. tratlon of, the. main t oth- e ana one S.,
formation -available locally on .ulted etert leg l experts on wg$st of Koranpo .In a n ih -it was learned today.
the Panama Canal's method of t he zone who m tan there ThOmarines ot Who will pay what toward the education ofh tile
cik Ithe rent rates.thing the Bureau of the tacked savagely and closed the
He also ak the Oip dget rulng dated Nov. 14, 1951 mrai. w olf mitary personnel has been under discussion fol
W a date has been s at requires the Canal em- The Reds tien switched s me weeks, a spokesman for the Caribbean Commend
the formal hearing announced soyes to lW iaterest on the I esavyaaswai to a point SM
as week y ld for the par- Uses they ocpy0.| to the northeast, where, a COnirmed.
of eml _The directive, wording to the lon spok an said .8 U. .i He added that after conferences here with a "
the rent drive I sathories merely states trymen were fighting within" *.7e
The new rent increases, ori ts wil be increased suffl- yards oft te Rtds, throwing sentative of the Canal Zone Government, an officer was
ginally'scheduled to go int fet ntly to "oter cost of main- nade a he ing a ":orti i asptched to Washington, where the matter will be de-
ect yesterday, were given a six chance, ollration and depre- small arms fire. f t.
week extension by the GoverWor ttlon." .. Cided in the office of Secretary of Army Frank Pack r.
last PrMa i. oveladyinteins the pay- wahth.Army headquartr UOfficially it was foreseen that if the bua ry
ethir oresentaives ewil be e, increpr-t not c iI dd in te i so Ich wa *trck r irMWents of the Armed Forces on the one a d
thei ristavswl v nt crtincludeed Itwo 1r- V son 'htwhich was struck-1
an an unit during tha er of three factors. by the vicious Red attacks and the Ceail 0on the other, cannot be brought to 6:
timeunto resent their case. he hef the CZb has which was engaged in the hoie m_ int ont n mn ha a to t n
Meanwhile from the White i een atp tl9tica fighting, 1- m t g point, parents may have to make uplh
House came an answer to a -t- Cparing hePanm Canal ,Latet front line reports eV enc-0 etwee what the Canal needs to charge
ter sent -s attorney Franc& G with of the e Ca-st company f ,- ir can '
Roonan, fco represents the Ca. and fl5 t the Sutc Ca- bant 'm.t.was attea y c pay. ;.
tal Zon,)lote,, ooaan n1 ch 1116s.a ton while to Igie th-W& the Y=0 1 Mere Ohn 2500 children of school ferm Just, "
r Iasteererte ta re9 entscostafigt was raging. baymilftary personnel are attending assejubbd, it wo-
f-a? i Jelsen*ht ni was ragt*. Canal Zone schools this year. the St run hEs
KyEl. ~ ICktTE~y E rte ~e eht As the matter sls ander consdi. amaomt which
a~o .^^ Sf APil- ef~fort w" am d"awI* a ce-.^ pq 0 f f I oft~iS^


. btrUted the Troin-Isthm fin Highwy tf t Ioning for dftance of
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A Perto, Ricata .who- is
with rapi was to be
gtW" the U. 8. D'irict
rt Mhr afternoon to testify
,ether ofr t he consented to
over certanevidence to the
e t .a 101.
1liedrjndatEzequiel U.-
b.f hls attorney, the
laSf -.clen. Rami-
rez filed a mo-
tion last wa a e return agid
ni larsslanit et evidepce
2=66ed ==f g Bene goe
o obae that they wereage
rJ r"l. of unlawful setoare.
morning in court ftye
I nt witnesses were rea-
m testimony to the, co-
tra..However they did not take
teit md because Judge Outht i
P. 9 e ruled the defendant
m ,estly as to the evwbts
lFOdURg to the procurement of
ce. 1
was found guilty last
Rber of raping a 13Uymr-
Bmanlan girl.
,- evr, the New Orleans
C of -pteas orderedA alnew
traTOn the grounds thkt the
of one of the witnes-
t technically In con-
t t7 with e law. .
T tt eOlto return the de-
Ie I rty, an adto, a
p and a iee- of green
l. s exe to be acted
I tal the Judge, by tomor-
wmonlr when the Jury trial
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M e a 0 uecet t
can sp end per
$225 per -year, and b6e1
Average amount which tthVl&;
nal predicted the military w
be asked to pay at "oVer is* g
p upil." .
Lintenant Governor IL 0.
paxon said today that the U..
ter amount is not aecuratee e
stated: "The estimate '1t bt
over S400."
He added that he could ot
make additional facts available
because the matter has bee4t re-
ferred to the Army Secretary tor
determination.
Children of Army personnel in
Canal Zone Schools number
1,284; Navy children come to a-
bout 800, and Air Force pUso
number 503.
These figures do not include
the children of civilian em, s.
If service parents ulti ely
have to contribute to,(tn
costs, several military f
predicted today that the
hey would have to meet d
be retroactive to the beginalg
of the school year, Sept. **
BALBOA TIDES
Tuesday, Oct. 28 .
HIGH LOW
11:19 a. m. 5:13 a. m.
........ 5:41 p. m.


*' Marines made two count-
aacks durif,, the day. one
failed at closing the tio caused
bthoenetration and the other,
.d at reelptdring the Hook.
Major Louis Breauld, Eighth
Aymv, briefing, officer, said the
Communists threw between twoI
battalions and a redment (1.500
to .000 men) into the assaults.
five advance osltipons were
taken. MaJ. Breauld held a spe-
,Cal briefing session at Elehth
Army headouarters after author-
Ities of tb6 marine division
clamped a news blackout oh all
official sources in the forward
area.
Although infantrymen told a
tUtted Press hotoarapher at the
ont that the Alllei evacuated
tHe famed Bunker Hill east of
Paumunjom last night. Breault
said "I know of no action on
Bunker Hill." Bunker Hill is be-
tween five to 10 miles southwest
of the main Communist attacks.


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Two w .. C.G'T int fs't swlr hiM i rtIoChibre here todayandrreport
flah fobd. .. .. .. ...urtesy Chart- oe euinf OW muster of the motor
e rm, his brother and
S*. f T, -* S -..a l it( off the land of
.. ...v .o .* *. Cha near San Miguel- Is-
Fl~o odsI f Tra i Iland urday afternoon,.
Ad' acif .o Murloz said he
IM A stopped -to investigate what ap-
Rood? ock.-Ttrnstman M_ g~a I^
ared to be a white flag wav-
hm 'an the island and found
Betwe 15 and- 30 mnleai! Off the reoadi, he -ould see sev- ported the flood who Daniel Diaz. his brother and a
were tomele"s eaMly this erhl ouses floode4 to their sent out other ats M'dli- little girl Identified as E4genti
morning when a flash flood floors. Water was up under the ately.. ....;. Alariclo.
swept down the Rio Chilibre to -aves a of ne dwelling. At the time WhiMtal8r_ .ag,'
immdate the trana IsthmMAn : water was pOurift ovr the rod DWa said his boat ran into a
Highway at a point some 20 On the Panama City aide .te embankment in sutb torrent re off Chapera in the darkness
mile from Panama Ciy. flood, Whitaker aaw aaoier that it sensed to threaten the when he tried to find shelter
An eye-witnes said at loast lonR line of ears ad 10M Mled. embankment itself. on the Island.
one hoWse was wrecked, motortsota nt i a-ou ur-- From Balboa Heights, cale ihI Mu0oz said he took Diaz and
gar* reports saWt that one or their along a4 bo ro rtf.rp i s formation that the early moa- his companions to the island of
mar s eou htbad been drowned gRiving aid to r*1mrts oia M ine rainfall which n.nems to hir Ba11ao, where the motor vessel
h~i e..iit..to pAd their res Only on.. ,am.a -0 P been responsible for both floodhxter set out to find a launch
Bo lati.r c indlos- man had then reach ne. was not unusual for this Uoe of to t in search of the sunken
te'fcn T e eopeo.- In Panama #i W_- t%,- .he year. .. e. tsel. .
loaa nior.had rescued -


LONDON, Oct 27 (UP) -
Jose L. Pledra and George Pos-
se, representatives of the Ha-
vana Cigar Co., arrived here
today wih.a scheme to barter
Havana iars for 150,000 pre-
fabricated houses.
Cuba n manufacturers have
been tmable to increase their
sales of cigars into Britain
since- the war because of the
lack et deI tsn.
So Pomse ad Piedra have
come to London with the sug-
gestion that Britain should
supply 150.,0 prefabricated
houses in an exchange deal.


The Communists hit hardest at
"The Hook" and two advance po-
sltions to the north and north-
east known as "Warsaw" and
"onsaon." Advance positions near
the HoOk and on Ronson still be-
long to the Reds.


re as ovelow wt eat A ny
and covered the brIdw vpr'i|% I I
Seuth fork a* the Boyd- A ffhwav to death Of about t. :
for a Altaomd of 00 to:, By lAT BRKEN ... the cheesecake world."
et, Cana Zone ool'e ported iss Moore declared al
hat *A 0ime fowl"et of wa- NIW YORK. Oct. 37 (UP) -- firmly, and amply., enrI
ter s .toodl the road. P t Terry Moore took a aJrtled the side of the 'haveW a
S Whitaker.USC0' lo& a% her curvalou diBra of olained her femininea atl
flt that rtv -abou.t thet mo de a t Anh d Wal, w so feminine she Pea
g:1 ,o drive to the them they'd ut hadto wear rirdle and bri
Ptie"w ; fi-dim back on, t I w vher sweaters and sIt1s.
Wi 4 d hthe flooded considered sea.
Area a ee death oa She held an Imprompti
ve fm ck That Mist M oor a flea- show In her hotel Muito to I
sak d wund eer Ii uch a state her poits and .of
HMonroe. who tputt un a xreat ease for .
E Id Ph i, ^W Itument.
SIA het dree, -rve been reading the
hsoe sE ments from tess M nd
P't^..Woffer 4 to- .Mt < witiV aIM ohlt I


SLr" sections of the nation derthings. I'd overflow pat the
.ave te illusion that tilrls like dafter pointt"
IMts Monroe and Mtss Calvet are 'W Moore charged Marilyn
mexc-Qnaly ornamental, but U ro with using self-defeat-
ptv created by tricks of phb- I19 tactics on still another level
No o curve by revealing she wore no
2 made to look ripe and panta. Most men. anlra
sev certain props and by oOg/feIr such remarEnrls
.bott Iin poainx figured out li blatant, even train the pat-
twvOft by talented photosra- Ur* airl.
'Terry said. rry hd no such stWonS views
R"A of those lenamen are bout male underwear.
vete of 5 years and can e A completed a movie.
%An SaeUng wonderal out A Little hba." mIn
of bi nothingg" pent a 4oo deal of
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P.OONI WA. IN ADVANCE 60 By Victor Riesel
THIS Ip YOUR FORUM THm1 RIIAMS 'WqN COLUMN John L. Lewis, he swung his
'pickaxe badly-he aimed at Ike
but he wound up hitiltg Adlal.
THE M A IL In these words is more truth
7 MAIL 80A than poetry. .,
Just about 10 days before elec- -.
S- o tion, "The Man" recreates the
tension of the steel crisis and
The Mail Bo 1s an eopen forum too ruden of The Peneme Amer- puts the Democrats on the spot
ken. Letters are received ratefula end ere handled itn a wholly onfl- by torcing President Truman to
detial ernaii consider either surrendering to
t you contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't ep r the Lewis, using the Taft-Hartley .
est day. Letters are published be the ordr reemled. Law or seizing the coal pts.
Please try to keep the letter limited to *s page length FIOm none of these can any
14Idtity tf letter writers a held in strictet entfidence. good accrue for Stevenson in the
This newspaper essumee no responsibility feor eatements es opinions only way that good accrues dur-
xpressed in letters from breeders ing an election votes in pivot-
al states which, make or break a
o -- presidential candidate.
MILKED On one hand Lewis orders his
ir:. aides to fan out through crucial
I wish to challenge a recent announcement by the Panama Pennsylvania. Ohio, lllnois and
Canal Company published on the front page of your newspaper. W. Virginia-and beat the bsth- I
It stated' that reduction in price of certain food items in the es for Stevenson. On the other,
qomnlissares, including canned milk, had been put Into effect, he talks in the Aesopian la, "
SI have noted with curiosity for some time that the com.- uage which his devoted miners
missarles were charring two prices for canned milk-l18 ents well understand. When he teElk
for "Carnation milk" and 1l cents for "evaporated milk." them they have a case "U pure
Since Carnation milk sells in the States for the same price as a sheep's heart" and the ad-
as other popular brands, I could only assume that the dif- ministration is stealing milk
ference in price was a trick used by many super markets to from the miners, they know he
soak those who are so careless as to buy without asking the means to tell them the enemy sl
price. in the White House.
But now I am beginning to see the light. Carnation milk The miners know that he
suddenly drops to 17 cents; "evaporated milk" drops from the means to put the Democrats In a
picture: and we, in effect, absorb a raise in canned milk. dilemma that they come first
All of this while the Panama Canal Company brags about and politics second.
the favors they are extending us to make up for the recent of course he got more than
rent boosts. a slight assist In this from the
If I am wrong, let the PanamA Canal Company prove it by Republcans who are influen-
making available in all of Its commissaries (including Cristo- trial in the steel in4utry which
bal) canned milk for 15 cents. owns thegiant "captive" eeal
-Suspicious. mines. Here's how .it happened
backstage:
SADEYE SAM SEZ... The man who speaks for the
Sir: steel-coal industry is Harry Mos-
Looks like it takes a man with a lot of money to tell folks es, an erudite chap, undoubtedly _.. -
what don't have so much how well off they are with the little the greatest authority extant on
they got. A man has got to think different from the way we Lewis' moods. About six weeks
think to be able to look you right in the eye and tell you you ago Moses talked privately with
ought be thankful on account they are so many others that John L. The conversation ran a-
gotta lot less. long the"e lines:
An oney those fellers that got so much they don't know what Moses said: "John. my people i
bank to put it in, feels qualified to say how it feels to be flat believe they can pay the miners By
broke come the end of the month, about $1.40 a day more, what do
Now this here Bendetsen feller keeps tellin us about how you think?
secure our jobs are and that other folks are worse off. He could Lewis, the old Sphinx, had been WASHINGTON-(NEA)-Though the ele
said the Hindus are worse off and the share croppers in Georgia expecting an offer of 50 or 60 tidelands oil case has been cnsdere
is wore off, or the farmers in South Arkansas whar I come from cents a day. But having gotten rctly tidelands American dispute between thconsidre
14 wore off. An hed be right all right. bid almost three times what he trictly an Ament ricand he dispute betweehasan the
But this Bendetsen feller seems to forget a lotta things thought forthco min g, never eral government and the stateswit has a n
amon which I will note a few items hereinafter listed 'below, twitched a famous eyeb row.4er of international angles which haven't
fo allows: Well," he said. "that's too low. Even much publicity.- ft
1) To compare living conditions of emplpyes In the foreign My policy committee would never he alore unique gambling erha cases set a p
service with them that lives home, aint smart, an that's what he accept." denCwhe gam blingaave sehi bearing on ow
done. He forgets that efen we were back home we would not Moses knew all the signals, dentwh h may-have somerighbearing on those w
imaplain about these things because they wouldn't have been The last man on the policy corn- h ong hip cases, it was held that those ve
done to us in the first place on account they wouldn't be no one mittee who diareed with Lews anchoredbeyond the thre-mile limit were
tp do them to us. was Phil Murray. sand t was x- id sate law jurisdiction.
An we wouldn't have to worry about saving money for vaca- plled. That finding is one basis for the U. nL.
tions In the North on account we would be right thar in the After a while, Moses said: ment claim to the oil rights of t
o rth even effen we was in the south "My people will pay $190 a day lands of th Continental Shelf, b y d
An moren likely we would be buyin off our homes instid of more and 10 cents a towr more three-mile It.
thin up a ole wooden shack like my hired hand Jason used into the welfare fund." If Le This-s fairly aimi ple, provIdd ttb
S keep his mule an chickens in back in South Arkansas whar wls were the faling-eff-the. dete w~i f ae le throe-d e IOs
come from. w a chair tye, he'd have hit th e .s
An the taxes we would pay would be the same any one else floor Tat he said, he could cae0 rt coast lines i
paying but we would expect our boss to pay the expenses of convince his policy committee t in the cassof Louw
own business whether it were bottlin branch water or tran- to take. Maybe. Moses knew with irregularities on the c t
sIn boats through the Canal an not expect his workers to pay the signals. The deal was on. shore slads, the case gets ou
the costs of that or the civil govmint especially efen that *ere Everybody wondered why. The s il.nd t c g s
wpsat he were thar for in the first place. rest of the coal industry scream- Hee diput geta in nto in
An in the second place how come a bored of directors which ed from. Washington to Horse The pricple accepted by the U. Ino
the boas of a company like the PanamA Canal Company can't Cave. Ky. The was prin aepted by the oU. SrIeCo
e some steps to make things better for there employes instid Why did Big Steel yield to Le- caton of Inernational Law, r 9ld r.
worse every time they hold a meeting. wis after it had fought Phil Mur Netherlds
Why do they have to keep raisin things like costs of medicines Tay for almost eight months?the line or l-
sad hospital and doctor visits to there kids and rents on 45- Now we know the answer If wasagreed that the line for othrde-i
ar-old shacks even effen Congress hits us with. taxes which there was going to be a knock r regular coast with tidentatlins its
e bored of directors can't do nuthin about. Seems like to-me down labor war in the final to bays. The base winet i not at ah
whole setup is here fer oney one reason an that is to sell hours before Election Day the land to headland. *td h
ship a ticket from one ocean to other. An efen that's our busi- steel people preferred to see Har- In the case of an Irregular coa t w
m, then it looks like we ought see that the customers pay the ry Truman and John Lewis bat- bays, the base line is drawn or
ts of the business un a small profit two, an not expeck the tle it out. of all bays less than 10 miles wid ,:
employes to make up the difference. They knew Lewis would strike of bays more than 10 miles wid.lfn
ms to me the smell around this here barn at Mindi whar them if they held out. They knew drawn across the opening at their
Zwork don't smell as sweet as it use to. toO that e 1e o e A th ie ln t ra
too that the $1.90 would be a where their width is not greater
-Sade Sam. tough wae increase for the All this fine international law
-Wae Stabilization Board to ap. test in what is known as the' AnM Wof
_J BOQUETE BUGLE prove. fish case, which has now become
hear "Pop" Wright: But that isn't all, friends. Mr. rortance in settling the U. 8. tide
You may have seen recently where I received a very Inter- Truman just couldn't wrap up To protect its coastal fishing w. e No
S rng answer to my Macedonia nut inquiry. I will soon send Mrs. this package in new fancy paper in 1935 drew as its Marginal Sea li.ita-tra
'ra A. Bennett a picture of the two trees in the Panamonte's and gaudy string and say: "Take line four miles out from another Io-t-
ckyard. In the meantime you must tell us how long Ago you it, John." The President Is aware drawn from point to point on r
Ut~d those trees. that he would be crippling his flord-cut shore.
The biggest Boquetd news these days is strawberries Seems entire wage-price controls system. .
a' re finally maig this region produce plenty of the most if he yielded to the coal diggers'
varieties of strawberries. chief.
But as It often happens we are having our marketing pro-
f m. PanamA and the Canal Zone import too many frozen Here's why: The Wage Stabill- W 1
aNberries. If the people only realized that the frozen product nation Board is the on y govern-
l a ry sugar for which they pay seventy cents a pound they ment control board really func-
d soon prefer fresh strawberries, especially at a lower price, tioning under the Korean emer- INES FOB BARRY TRUMAN
A you know, Boquete could supply all that the Isthmus can vencv laws. As thu this vale of tears I go,
asue on a year-round basis. When and i say when, not A The longer I live, the less I w
-As it is, one of our producers' is making his excess strawber- If t- the WSB rfworks the for- Confus4l, appalled and puhed uprnd, .
l Into am. which, incidentally, is the best Jam I ever tasted. mula and gives Lewis' miners My muddled thoughts areot prefonod.
v "! product will soon be on the market, the equivalent of $1M a day
It must be something in the air. Besides too many strawber- through some fringe benefits But one clear shaft pervades my
and a terrific coffee harvest, we are having a bumper baby lhe lngardwon contls and moree" t-worded Ike. "You're the ta




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waat .KJs f wi propose at tOhe NA1 m1eetin0 in De-
MA .~b i.- member is owe1 t present goal of a m vlon European
Arm- -y ff2. a 1, .' - I
ahey Alredy a behind the sen" that the icon.
omic drain is too Tes andhe reamastent lmad nis* be light-
ened. They Seasclaim the danger a Soviet attack ha diminied
This is In the Is" of an urgent warning from Matthew
SRidwa)Dw that the E pean Arty Is daWge eak and must
P ,$1L...M be #11t41up more
Pete.General Bra l has WA theV itish And French
that the defense fortt annat be e and must be based o
brat- A British fishing trawler was picked up inside Ruslancapabilities, rather than any estimate of the Kremln's
d as this Marginal Sea. Norway protested and took intentions.
fed- the case to the International Court of Justice. The result may be a serious s8lit between the United State*
.um- The British government resisted, arguing that and Britain at the forth ooIng, crucial NATO conference.
been the 10-mile international law should apply. But POLaTzCO-GO-ROUND
the International Court ruled in Norway's favor, Mayor John Hynes of Boston has bent out speeches to 9
that 10 to 2. fellow mayors, who have promised to campaign for Stevenson
rece- The Court's finding was based on the con- their towns.
Mner- tention that a coastal nation could choose any The League of Women Voters has had numerous reuest
tam- base line it wanted, provided it did not depart from people who want to know how they can vote for
usels too greatly from the directions of the coast., bwer, but not Nixon.
out- Also, the peculiar geographical and economic The Penheylvania Power Company gate its employes tim
circumstances gave Norway justification for the off with pay to attend a political rally for Senator Nixon.
haa It ipd. .Franklin, who helped write Truman's While- eto
se ehs.)in14 ape Is iMIs now worSing hard for isenbower.
me- z '8.2sanne La Flloette of WiscOnsin has been hai anto
le to by the nited tes could cl Two strong prospects for the cab c as Btenson
1ethe eble Ma a belted, cri bustsing as attorney uSa
o.1 e Defogrms' Mow .
nia, AdO on of The Republican ntionanal committee has given up hall ho
off- strengthen the of re-electing Senator Cain of Washington, and has refused
al Se an tera. The e send an cam .n -oy.
could be drawn out atalina Tee 6ttuee isaso h g aaor Lodge
law. other islands whih lie a mu as 100 m f Masahuet All Other GOP senatorial candidates have recev
nent their Qalfornia coast. Sed a flat $5,000, but Lodge so far has been limited to only $2
dit- The U.S. Stat Department and the U.S. Governor Stevenson has been oloepting himself alone In
%gue, for the DIpartment of Defense, argued a office until 3 a.m. writing speeches. It's one thing that has slow
this point of view.- Undersecretary of thed u his amp n.
mile Francis P. W e r ented eSenatevldtions Committee will try to total u th
Sa lew A that ta andll tupendous cost of. the 1963 campaig L Questionues areu l
adent ritime nations b fredo of the s ent out .to hundreds of Demcratic ad Rubfn campaign
ead- had tdl all effott to r committees, demanding a full nflnaniaceoll tong
the free avigton oft warships and 1rW- Before-and-after department: OOP Sen. BillJner of In-
deep chantmen. diana now complain that it is a "smear" to call him an isola-.
ing By reduce the claims. of all nations to o e tonit. However, in a Senate speebh;e boasted he was prou
case three-mlle Ilt,. the range of these hitpW a to be known as an tIalationist; aleo tld a r that ien-
s is increased. t shower had espoused r he (J40her) a u .
points The advantage of this policy t the 4 _= MV Wr
Iles. States was nde apparent in he Korean Few people realize t but General MacArthur's name will ap-
big lug. It Communist China were to estabsia pear on the t for President in about six states as csarldte
1ian claim to, Korean Sea as territorial waters, of the Christian Nationalist Party, backed by Gerald L. K 8mith.
Im- U.S. wars i uld not patrol the area. Thee states are Arkansas. Washington Texas, Missouri and
cae. Rep. C a, gle (Dem., Calif.) is chapman Tennessee, with a provision for a write-in vote oe the Califor-
way of a House aubeomtmittee which is now',iV.At- nia ballot.:.
ht atin ths whole question of Mar ina SU mn- Actually MacArthur has not asked that his name be placed
was Iations, is applicable to the tidelands Oil ee on the ballot, but neither has he taken steps to remove it. Thus.
ular It is bound to come before the "ew Conusg, C. 0. Hall. Arkansas secretary of state, wrote MacArthur asking
no matter who wins the election. If he wanted his name on the ballot, but got no reply. So Mac-
Arthur's name remains.
As Hall explains it:
"The Christian Nationalist Party will appear on the ballot.
I did write to GeOral MaeArthur, but received no answer to
my letter. The A-',-n, e ballOt was certified from this office to
the counties or Oct. 10."-
Top OOP ,trateg sf say that this la silent revenue on tho
Producers, directors, legit p.a.'s and other. part of MadArthur ag rt b1 dl friend Eisenhower; or. into at
showfolks (opening with new plays) call three least three stfsee where" the v0tn g a be close Oalifornia,
drama critics (Atkinson, Chapman And Kerr) Texas and Mio5o- I M%*A fithWr'ftUOw1ml could spell the ditf
"The TNT."...Times, News and Trib. terence between 'or t for isenBower.
That is why friends of Utsenhp went to Gerald L. K.
"Hell Hath No Fury Like a Truman Scarnedl" Smith not long ago to' ur th at IMirthur's name be with-
from W.W.'s teevycast Oct. 5th.. "Polities Hath drawn trom the ticketan ied at, f so. Ike would call
Ho Fury Like a Truman 8corned"-frcm the ed- on his old commander 'and tb up'lieirdifferences.
trial cartoon caption in the Oct. 2nd Herald ------
Trib... Thanks for the name-droppas.
Steve Cochran would have you believe he
3on- overheard oe sailor say to another: "MY girl
we has been a chorus girl on Broadway for two
th e years" ..."What shows?" ..."Prackilly evvy- -
e i i-24 HOURS
iee, One thing's sure. If Ike gets elected All- h ..
you American Barney Baruch will be back in action A Ar TO tE URO E
for Instead of on the bench. PANAMA EUTOP IR
Hare's the Big Diff: FDR put the DemocratsV A A IAi A
thy to W Ik. Truman put them to shame. V IA AV AA' = "
iov- oWe Upun A Time: When we crashed the r
art) aelluming scene (in 1920) the Algonquin sot -nh Oldest AirH3O IsV'teAinddi5W
on. (ienbley, Woollcott. Broun, FP A, wops, ru-
tovying with literate Puns.. Kaufman. then with r LINON. Man* ur,
thebN. Y. Times eam dept. (between writing A trip to
hit plays), was chief of this pun tribe. "Ifan 0 Cn lAS- i ,r
Tw. make a sentence," he (or one of &the o.lrJ TXm A UL
811 *i "with the word 'MachLave~ll' I em b- No vis Ie#
Sivelte good suit of clothes for One the Noext nd
the other Punned: "Wellwell! Phyusoanmy old No extra /
p ha. s C ralel"...The opher Stork Oluba mto a
vert W saw lovely Dorothy Mackafll, the movesFtao Ti frtther rM"iW i e.yu
and recalled our long-ago pun oatauln f t er '. -
Unae: "Mackalml while the stfe shi l" I
ins V0e0akeal ake signs her mall to maleK "Sin-
Sser*ouily Yours.'" i
"A pun," someone punned, "is the owt farm AINA -.ia
h o fit, pun my soul it il" M4r. 3 Ay ld -466S-Mi MJ P.
VUmI De t: From a Pit Oer (the ,
lar I which we don't appe : 'fae' q" NNW
ort. Denied." The Im In s eeatSS<: ,..
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hike may backfire on Democrats at election; U..S
Britain split may develop at next NATO, conference,
over British wanting cheaper way to defed- Europ
based on atomic power. ,
WASHINGTON. The Wage Stabllsation Board's veto
the mine workers' wage boost, thus precipitatn a coal str
on the eve of the election, may cause a sero., aloiobeAckf
agal.t the Democrats on November 4.
Preliminary reports indicate that the mlia aftr In a
In the key states of Pennsylvania. West Vi lnd llh
They are sore at the government, sinoe the ne owners ha
already come to terms, and it was the goverentelnt .at upset
tie applecart. p' s
Yet the man who stiffened the wage board's i aene is aW
loyal Democrat economic stabilizer Roger Putnam, appointed
through ex-Democratic chairman Frank McKinney... ,
.e sent a confidential letter to Aichibald Cox, the board's
chairMan, urging him to "adhere strictly" to the government
stabilization standards.
By thee standards the wage incroele premisd iby the mineK
owners was too high. utnam has disregarded these standard
in past utes but -this time called upon Cox to 1hol4 e line
regarding tti mine workers' case.
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IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
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-._LLYWOOD, (NEAj Be- REVERSE COMPLIMENT
h-tia tne Screen: Don't censure i'*ry Grant's hailing television,
movie p.n-cushion geniuses be- as "the greatest thing that's ever
cause honywood no iong(r is set- i,,ppened to Hollywood." But his
'ting fashion styles. Blame Holly- reason is an eyebrow lifter that
wood's lack of "clothes horses.' imay have the. video industry
*"Ihe screen's following the reaching for a brick to plant on
French styles," Oscar winning nis classic chin.
designer Elois Jenssen said, "but "Television has given us movie
it's not tih fault of the Holly- people distinction," Cary told me
-#.swood designers." He reasons for on the set of MGM's "Dream
"**a blackout of zippy movie ward- Wife." "It's put us up on a new
robes: !evel. We're no longer bums. The'
stage has always sneered at us,'
.;rdrobe budgets have shrunk but we've never had anyone to
to almost nothing. But the real sneer at. Now we have."
trouble is that there are no stars "Dream Wife" is a reunion for
left with authority to set styles. Cary. Dore Schary and Sidney
Jane Wyman's coming along and iheldon, the "Bachelor and the
so is Anne Baxter. Marilyn Mon- Bobby-soxer" combination. Shel-
4.%noe'E setting a fad for tight even- don wrote both films but this
ing gownrs and blue jeans. But time he's directing his own script
there Isn't a real zippy clothes -"although I'm a little self-con-
birse in all of movietown." vicious about telling Cary Grant,
Elois, the first movie designer now to act."
to work on a t.:lefilm series, is ini
charge of Ann Sothern's "Private Jane Withers, who was Shirley
secretary" clothes. "I'm dressing Temple's thorn in the side wheni
her with a secretary's salary in both were kindergarten moppets,
mind," Elois said. "Her dress for ij, ready to try for a movie career
the pilot reel cost only $35. But again as a grown-up comedienne.
don't ask me what the alterations As the wife of millionaire Tex-
ct" an Bill Jones, Jane retired from
cost. films five years ago to raise a
1., screen's old master of the brood and "decide whether I
bathtub scene, C. B. DeMille, can re-ally wanted to go on with act-
start gnashing his teeth. ing. I have the answer now. I'd
Hollywood's heroines always like to do pictures again."
wear a little something to please Jane goes to New York soon to
the censors, but in the first Tech- sign a contract for 12 guest ap-
nicolor epic from India, "Aan," a pearances on TV-"I'll sing and
19-yar-old coun t e r p a r t of lance and do my impressions. -
Yvonne -de Carlo named Nadira But I insist on being grown up.
wenrs absolutely nothing in a My big problem is convincing
lunking sequence rivaling De- Hollywood that I'm an adult."
MI'Is lavishness. --- --
inheir ishnousde au.Work Of Outstanding
a.ovie censors. but there's noth-
ingin their film code about nu-
dity "So no or.- objected." Meh- Un i af ma
boob Khan. the film's producer, Panama Cra1)11a1
told me. "But she's photographed
in good taste-the water is clear 0n Display At JWB
-but covered with floating flow-
er-
siz7 of Nadira's tub may An exhibition of the creative
al,, strtle C.R.-16 feet ,by 1 worli "df Diana Chiari Gruber,,
fr.-t pnd eight feet deep. In Hol- on- -of-the greatest craftsmen
ivwood with Mike Frpnkovich to that the Isthmus of Panama has:
arrange for U.S. showings of the produced. will be shown at the
$3.000,000 film. Mehboob. also will JWB Gallery, until Nov. 8 from'
slan an American star for aTeeh- 9 a.m: to 10 p.-m.'daily. I
nicolor remake in India .of. Pottery made from the multi-
"Woman," his prize-winning film colored native clays, textiles wov-
(,f 199. en from thread tinted with dyes'
made, from the native herbs, fi-
DICNIFIED SLAPSTICK bres woven into window shades
There wasn't a two-ton Roman and mats, painted bateas, lamps!
par-onbRagus in sight., but Spike and.place mats make the most -
.Toneps not to be outdone by th,2 complete display of native craft -
Marion Davies party for J.ohnnie ever shown in the Canal Zone.
.av. sprang something hir, in his The exhibition, which opened
shindig for expectant Hollywood,today, is sponsored by the Canal:
Iap&a Michael Wilding, who's Zone Art League in cooperation!
married to Lis Taylor and Geary '*'ith" the'USO-JWB Armed Forces
Steffan, who" Jane Powell's'Service Center.
mate: Mrs. Gruber began her work as
MnOke borrowed super-sized ha- a teacher in the interior of Pan-
by furniture nued in an old Gin- ama but t'ecame so interested in
gar Rogets nicture-a 12-foot the native produce that she stu-
cith hair, a Kiny Kong-aimen- died in the United States and
cloned -Pinet and a nursery Mexico in order to perfect her
stool tht wo uld have dwarfed skill. She has been sponsored by
-uddv BMe-for His bll-h-Oifts- the governments of both Panama i
for-the-daddlies splurge. and the United States and has
conducted classes for a number:
And while moviPtown lender; -f years.
aimed st them. Spike. Wilding She was recently connected
ond S+,'ffan, weari", outside ha-1with the Point Four Program in
by epmn and holding rattles, the Republic of Panama and has
crawled into the has,-rnt for goo-, bpened' an experimental center
woo poses. (At one point in the for the promotion of popular arts
evening, an MGM pres's a ent te-I which is located in San Carlos,
lenhoned to warn the photogs a- opposite the telegraph station.,
eainst snapping undignified pic- This is sponsored by the Panama
tures.) Ministry of Education.


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SPARE PART FOR HEARTS-Nurse La Reine Spain, of the
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plays a plastic valve of a type which has been successfully used
in heart surgery. The valve was placed in the aorta of the heart,
to perform the duties of a defective exhaust valve leading from the
chamber. The device stops any back-flow of blood, and relieves
the heart of most of the strain of a leaking valve.


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'f S Syhtht vs ProHtect Hands Classes At YMCA
a 17*, LPL -. &/1a. 33 w To Be Resumed
:; "i : :,, = I. ,,. r o" . ... . .
have paintings now hangi in Ivy Ha nett
PAT the Little Gallery of the otelr
TIVoli have been asked to re- or
TIe mmanduera-in- lee CaribbO a -ad move them by October 3. Ivy Harnett, dance instructor "
alst .Geteral Hofree O and w e h mon rSa .. L at the Balboa YMCA, Is schedul-
io me inoroftietons for a ektl Mrty to e give. on L- A. W. C. o'uo T6Irro 6 ed to reswtpe her classes during a
&U.A I t. --nterested member*aofe he' the first week in November. .
g Intdr-Americste Women's Cuf bfeMiss Harnett is winding up a v
are Invitedfo meet tomrVrow U. S. tour, which included visits i
:" tat 9:3 a.m.- at the,. Club Head- to dancing schools in New York, 1
MeIrh ~_IFa Valdes W a i ker lHseo ,rt quarters to make a tour, in aBoston Chicago and Florida, t
Sr Farewell Party Coktal Party ,group, f vro hom Pa- and -is scheduled to return Nov. t
an Mrs. Jose Antonio Mr. Sd Ms. Robert C. La' 3 aboard the Panama. t
alde b were hosts at a farewell er of Balbo. were hosts on Sat- -n Part of the tour was made
S given recently at their rda eve a a cocktail par- Navy Officers with her husband Jimmy Dunn,
in honor of the Honors. ty lven t their home for a Meet Tomorrow. who writes that he and is wife al
eAo6j(Inpdro Remon, President group of their friends. The Navy Officers' Wives Club I eshave prepared a number of new
of the National Assembly, and will hold their regular monthlyI dance routines which the Har-
Mr, Who-n to.- Tle we I CCooking Group Meets luncheon tomorrow at the Of- nett-Dunn dance team will
lan io for C- The ooking Grou of the icers' Club, U. 8. Naval Station, present at the first opportunity.
.where Mr. Remon Will attend ter A p.erican WoM.en' Clu met Rodman.
e Inauguration of the Prest- at the home of Mrs. Ida fi
ent-elect of Chile as head. of D. de l ad In Coco del Mar. A. V. F. W. AuxilIary e Meet
Panamanian Del egation delicidOmS luncheon was served The r meeting of thee
the rank of Special Mi- by the hostesses, M rs. Nit de Lade ly o' f the Veter-
Ion Ambassador. Obar o and Mrs. Ida de Abad. a s fWars, Post 3 2,
Thom attending included M, wi b held this eve nng at 7:3 t
4eretary and iM. Upliatuot Diana Marine deBright, M r ~ in the V. F. W. Post Home on
,&ave for El Solbader Urania B. de Araus, Mrs,. Rita Ourundu Road. MCOBY ON SaIDGE
:"fdeD'n First S e o f the ptr d ao Duran, M rs. N Mk a i._ -- A
nitM states Asy and Mrs. narps de Rivera, M Madge Bridge Tournament Tonight .. BY OSWALD JACOBY
:Aubrey M14Opi tt left the Isth- Seott, Mrs. Edna Plumor,, Mrs. The regular bridge tourna- louTr hands tan be smooth a ea fter gu0ig U ..a lfnets Written for NEA Service t
"teus S* .atmo r-ningab y Mrsula Duran de Ventura, Mrs ment will be held ths evening if you always wear nho:beld gloves *e thase o .ortable
ai no' t o w beore wisete Danielsr Ms Ml nr i in the Card Room of the Hotel ,new n p ade froin. givea syb t t rubber. _
Mr. Lippincott will be associated Muiholland, Mrs. Cecilia deo'Vl- 'Tivol at 7:00.
with 'the Embassy in San Salva- lalaz, Mrs. Amparo d.Broste- Household gloves, so necessary soapy china and glassware.. NORT (D) 16 a
oa, Mrs. Virginia WhiteMrs. Mr Gof Club Diner-Dance if women are to keep their hands Still another advantage is the 4
e d Mrs. oret n Mrs. rg Saturd smooth and still get their chose toughness of the material (neo-
arnd Mr. Lo to ~ohnston, and Mrs. Angela de The Panama GolfClub will done, have sometimes g v iven prene), of Which these gloves are VA J7
eth .el r Leanheon Hindo. hold a dinner dance for mem- women cause for complaint be- made. Long contact with strong A Q
FirSt secretary of t he ben and their guests on Satur- caue they are clumsy nd un- cleaning liquids and powders will
Venezuelan Embassy and Mrs. Mrs. Mable Elected M. C.L* day evening. Luis Azcarraga's comfortable to wear. A new type. not eterlorate them. WEST EAST
r .r ,wmre hosts at .Mrs. Bea Mable of Pedro MI- orchestra Will play for (Iane- on the- market should beat this Jet-black with yellow lining, 4 A 5 4 NoneI
a -: of -, seMerday aguel was elected M. C. L. of ng.Prizes for the Esso and ev problem. these gloves are handsome to VY65 Q 1098 wh
Itu 'hoiadr of the Am- Hamadan CTa aid reon No. 73, en Up Tournaments will be The specially processed cotton ear as well as comfortable and 982 # K J 74
B dor of ArStada to Pana- Daughters of akona, at a awarded at this time.ning in these gloves gives a soft protective. 4K J 7 4 2 410
.asd U --- AA. Lopez meeting hold recently at the d ining In these gloves gives asoft protective, 4 tAKJ742 l 109653
feelingn, absorbs 1jerspiratlo, and SOU
w ." w .tare leaving soon Pedro Miuel Girl Scout House. ummit Hills Golf Club makes for easy slipping on an 063
W.iruend slreA To e -G o rToHoldWDance oft; iul K32
Troop 11 Hods Get Together Toheuold i Hills Golf Club They confe in three se with e Wid ead 'r, Sea 32
3~r keby Leaves for Cuba. Senior Girl Scout Troop 11 will hold their annual Hal- slightly curved fingers for a fit s105
nr. lt ry Blakeby left the held a get-together on Saturday lowe'en costume party on Fri- snug ~s that of your dresap gloves r h. REIar 4a 8 C
Inastma on Friday by plane af- afternoon In the Balboa Little day evening. Prizes will be Ro.ughe ed surfaces on thee Stu East-West vul, P
tir a visit of several days here House at 2:00 p.m. awarded for the best costumes under side bf the gloves--flngersdNn |N north East South West d
a s ;guest at Hotl El Panaima, Those present included Jo- but everyone is welcome whe- .... piee e In Di s s 19 f Pass 16 2.4
Mjr.. Slakeby is Ohairman of the anne Hummer, Phyllt Phillipsi, thor in costume or not. Tickets 24 3 4 4 Pass T
of Esso standard Oil, 8. A. Carrie Miller, Janet kham may be urchaed from Club MIAMI Fl, Pass Pass
Jo Ann Eu r and Fran ces members or at the door. Two small pJapes, a fishing boat c
'Jo Ann Iper nd a m bso edo I ,...peningle-
Ewing Honored At Brandl.. Miss Arlene Lincoln in distress and a missing skiff enin lead- K
1 3ridge-Luncheon- and Misn Barbara Millard will Panama Golf Club Plans li ( =Jh ih resulted in widespread sea and
M .-Naiu J. Ewing whob co-leaders for this troop. Saturday Night Dance i W air searches yesterday by the
p t leave the Isthius Also present were Mrs. Roy The Panama Golf Clu Is Coast Guard rescue center here. T; ^ d ly u tes
next month to makeher heome 8tockhazn and Mrs. C. M. planning a gala dance on Sat- Gordon Clauser of Norm, !tlace, as t he name s e s ts,
in West.Virginia Was the guest Brandl. urday night, with Luis Azca- In Sh iah's Presence .Okla., radioed Saturday night enace, a ha metumes,a
.of honor. terday afternoon at The next regular meeting of rraga furnishing the music. h was lost somewhere south however an "end" play may be
farewell bridge-lncheon giv- Troop-11 ill be held next Sat- Pies for the two recent T, Oct. 27 (P) ra- east of Miami nd his sigle- ery early In todry
SthPetimon of the Ho- urday, at 2:00 im. In the Bal- tournaments, "The Esso," and nian Communists sho u-tin g engine Luscombe plane was nd, for example. my ood
Tivoli for a group of her boa Littib Housae. the "Seven Up," will be awarded "Death To the Shah" battled running out of gas. friend Abe Wamchsler. produced
Lf'ends by Mrs. E. I. P. Tatle- during the evening. military students in he presence My engine's quitting .I'm end ,Ab h o r rc.
Xm-l ,iMrs. Lawrence Chambers Lester-Manfredi The management has asked of the shah and the queen toa going down," he said. "Give my an end plaat the fourth trick.
AA. -Doyle. Concert Sunday members to make early reser- day. Scores were injured and love to my wife. and then pondered mightily over
The Isth B r a nch 1, vations. 147 were arrested. Seven planes and three Coast' and thent on d enatnd Ahtel ome
AmericanOrnistsMembers of the. Communst Guard boas criss-crossed South his best continuation hifter some
ewipresenitan a I, I O lZ St. Luke's nil-Meeing 1t"deh party boldly -took advan- Florida waters from the Flori- thoght.hecorecty sifted t
IIavet fIr n S w ill prese. Luk's*aT k .d.M e tingosixoe..eh n s ... ..h.ar.ts... .echsler won'.
Mh^?%S>'SM.St*ar lt Fro m The xr meeting o tags of physical. culture, slhoW da keys to Palm Beach in search tsxar W e
rCathedral Altar Guil- bf St. Luke's Ca- l honor of shah Re sa Mbham- of the plane. Clauser reported nd! craftily led the ten of
in a cathedral will be held tomorrow .ns.ablev' 34th b birthday to ne Aad a life Jacket aboard the n.p ades.
:3,__in;,.. adieh Station. A Piper Cub was reported West uncautiously played low.
'Tr oiB^ tat 8:30 p.m. Ei the Guild Roov. aleh tla demonstrtl<-t Am- rlo earl dea rt e u cau ouslyd le *i
*,,. down near the Island of St. and the ten of shades held t,^ .
vSltele' f -mi iit school a rush- Thomassme 1,100 miles south- trick. Wechler next led a lo

r, B bra lo' dispatche tw aircraft tn aEast had to win the trick,
.. uofthe' uIM res of cutter Pandora to the" scene ,nd was now end played. If East
Ithem at I t ree adrtously. Further details Were lacking returned a club, south would dis-
.... -'- Tx --. adlr.Kenal the Coat uardsaid. 'cardadiamond while dummy

Sm A ta o T Oheaptr M t er m cg n r- e the Coast Guad sai ruffed. If East returned either
fg ieIasarto A ha hebsrdoN Uoe*hg tsaid 147 Communists had been The motor vessel "Avenger" rfed If Eas eurd eet
Ji he Is stationed. Tomorrow Night Y th U I jailedal .ns th radioed early yesterday i. red it.
It. Ro tcam e to Panama The regular business meeting a ra oa ard sera was n ld
o beWW h prets M r. and of the Can al Zonet Alpha of Elemens friendly to the s ah taking on water some 200 mile finesse.
n Patgkle- of 11alboa, on Sigma Phi, for members only, WASHINGTON, Oct. 27 (UP).Iwere stains the physical cul- east of Key West, Fla. The cut- If West had gone un with the



M rt' -,i ., B e- b /Sn Ad reporThe govern ent -ha s mise An ofr stheebatthe dinced th n orl p a 1 otio n f r ente d u rr an eer t d r l o
the theirwent willbe held tomorrow at 7:30gvernmen as d ture exhibition i the resen ter Aridane wason ts way e of es at the third trick.
fl' a $42,426 back Income claim aeon- and Queen Soray th would have Odiven declare
Sfgam mu S"i rt otroubtho ilsien Hs isan aid r h e ast ro IAeit hereia
e Co m tee yak for $10,000, the Internal shouted slogs against theIng by until help arrived.
Revenue Bureau disclosed to-l monarch anddistributed propa- A Coast Guard boat searched es. in either red suit.
oir. R e meetingg and pr ograio oie'i ald c- .nstead. he must go un with
I V et 'n y sheled o ths date a day. ogandsa in the stadium. Miami's famed Biscayne Bay the ace of hemrt eand run all of
"Lr-t ,y ro sedeulepos thn d atehs A report on the compromise After the battle died down for a 14-foot skiff rented last his tritmps. Declarer reduces to!
Mrs, tBe.-bternnposta poe d srId thatSpivak "iscurrentlyithe Communst .scattered in week by a Washington real es- two ilamondq and one heart in!
'as pinh ard,.-,- 1,er a von, $ome ar pressed faciall ,e sreee ially near the tate man. The missing man, C handEast must do like




ib of alrspentI rdn caught and In quent gaps," he aal d t oper- -- and Is then thrown in.
S l rt aid their was some doubt incosagainst the tshah. was going fishingha remained fair-.
So era o as e was the first violence In The ock from whih he rent- with the practicaln of heYor wifeor a
of Amer'an Pen Woo^ Who the coolecti N~'-- fa w ekfran since thi s country severed ed thewboat did not discover the normal end play at the eleventh
_,__" taxes. jdiplo-matic, ons with Brit- boat was missing until Satur-
................8.75 "I The 47-year-ld musichian todain late week and the firstday because it was busy making
mthe government that "ill occur maor tu sic th relations for thehurricane,
4, i'frank to admit that iny41o0- ots ofAug, 113-20., which at one time menaced the
: larity vak's finaning." Sevetroubal eat anem palms ue a firm grip onSouth Florida coast.






GEORGA N ROSE younger, my prices range from
S* ""Uthe rO mance of an nlish $500 to $1,200 a nightwith .fr-'e- Cl -
so- w silVer. eatingg costs have, remained fair-
1 wie .S e"per6 pe. place ly constant. lBe practicalI Your wife a
-. ;olnt ...,.........1$28.75 "I doubt very much whether
S" improvement will occur. InP
CafAn!al Zone delivery fact, In my op4niorn, fur-Wther de-
price...........18.70 tefration is inevitable." ion
"y elsevak's financial troubles "atm .
IN P. _,th from his domestic difoiules
which have stripped hinl at of
tpracticallyn allhiss oain. j.






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Ruth Millett Says:


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Commenting on a recently pub- ents interfere in their lives.
ished letter from a widow who The rights and feelings of the
wrote that her daughters-in-law parents have bc.-n pretty muoln
esented anything her sons did to overlooked, as though only the
help her, another reader says: young people's happiness was of
This motlner-in-law you quote is anv importance.
a widow and lives alone out hasl
sons who could, with very little Perhaps the safest way to make
effort, be such a comfort and sure that you treat your mother-
help. Then why can't their wives in-law with the kindness, .con-
'e real wives and daughters and sideratlon and respect duh.ber it
treat her like a mother should be to treat her always as a mother-
reated instead of like some and completely drop those wordss
threatening monster? in-law from your thinking.
"Do parents have to sever all.
connections with their children i n
after they are on their own. the
way animals do? If we are human oAn-A ||| MAi ,A
beings. then let's behave like hu- IOdIIUeflUI IWS 1f
man beings. N-
"T wonder if this widow's A
daughter-in-law ,'ver stopped to Vou
igLre out that their mother-in- Ladi SHOES
aw laid all the groundwork and Laies
brought forth a finished product on display at q
or these young wives to take as'
their just due without a thanks
o the woman responsible for La Moda A mrlcas
heir having good husbands? .
"and it miht be well for th. Flatter your feet wih a
eirls to reflect on this: No one on pair of dressy pumps-from
his God's earth can divorce a'our new collection just re.
nan from his narents-butethe c t ju re
aw can and will divorce a hus- ceived. Come see our smart
'and and wife. Therefore. ttgroup of Shoes-mid and
eems to me that it is to a wifes . .
dvantsar. to mpke friends with high heels to keep your feet
her in-laws, instead of fighting lovely and fancy-shod at
wVith them." any hour of day. Our pastel
Well. there's the other side of colors are the lovely ones onf
he picture. wives, And it does
deserve your sttenUon. For in re- display. Also we have in
?nt times most of the emphasis beautiful styles shoes for a"t
has been on how important it is 1
or young people not to let par-occasions in white and rt
black. Our sandals are gay,
ACCIDENTS COSTLY with strap accents . yours
'ORT WAYNE, Ind. (UP) for fashion-right corrfor at
'he Fort Wayne Chamber of i reasonable prices. ..-
Commerce safety council re-
orted that accidents in the city .
during 1952 already hav cost
[ort Wayne about $1,428.700. c m wL rm nW
'he report showed 17 acciden- 102 Central Ave.
at deaths and 2.65 traffic ac-Advt
idents thus far this year


JUST RECEIVED BY AIR!

inl time for 3rd. of November



Cocktail


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Prices


less expensive

than to make.


LA DEMOCRACIA
7093 Bolivar Ave. between 8 9 Sts.
COLON


T GET READY FOR

STMAS IN TIME
nd children w ill be delighted if you give them new
Furniture for. the Home!


Capaan Whisky e-ern im g s '6does not attend a tax-supmrted Wy
school, he 'should be deprl .I We sell only First Qual
Syears !.of auxiliary services such ma SIMMONS MATTRESSES
"i w rm over, glm's 9 the privilege of riding with:
--lda"d n other children on schoo bue" If you belong to the A
SThe cardinal sa "this Am If you belong to the A
Sey. Crow philosophy toward our Store and
Toy, h II Ichildren foood.g Nl &.
tional EIdueiU-
haliieIts~ uilw hiJad its culMOVADO WATCHES are sold and serviced by leading
Al t, A. summer.ne tew i ofo *le ort *laall over the world. In New York itl 'Tiffany's
wlld not allow" anI.d n PanamA t' as Fatlich.
Stended pmroch"il L fe 'l
etranprted to th la-wn -
, : w it. o ut e t .l-
- .-... .. BAW go l The Store Where You wil
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lity Merchandise: EASY WASHERS 25 & 60 cycles
and SPRINGS Genuine PHILIPPINE BAMBOO.
iraed Forces or if you have a steady job come ti
I you may choose your own credit terms. I


I Find the Largest Assortment of Glass and Linalon.


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8 8 C NTRAL AVENUE


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN -- AN INDEPENDENT DAILX NEWSPAPER


You Sell em...When You-T ell 'em thru P.A. Classrieds!

Leave vout AdI with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panama
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n


L.ew is Service
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

Morrison's
Fourth of July Ave.--Phone 2-U441


FOR SALE
Houhwl'I
FC_ SALE -Four ivingrooDm c
:-.6 OX c 'ct HOLI' 2i72, Cu.
du.
FGc SALE -Maider Form gos t
6l5.009. No 10, rom I I.
street E tc Bi-. Panamai
FOR SALE- 12 place sitting h
printed Japonse bone China
00. One electric mixer $10
Phone 3-4-169


Midwestern Forests

Ablaze; Smoke

Bankers 3 States
CHICAGO, Oct. 27 (UP) -
rash of forest fires crac
through woodlands in the t
west teday with blankets
smoke and haze hanging
much of Ohio, Indiana and W
Virginia.
Armies of fire fighters
fighting to snuff out the bla
A large fire whipped into
Army reservation at Camp
terbury, Ind., threatening bu
ing and burning off threes
brplh.
%be officer of the day rep
ed' that troops were called
to -;fht the fire and
brought it under control. He
the flames were "very high.'
jAiana Gov. Henry F. Sch
ker called out National OGui
units to fight fires raging in
vicinity of Bloomington and
state-official warned that
fresh "'may cover more than 3
acres" before noon.
A 'sunmer long drought
tinder-dry autumn have ca
ed repeated fires in vast timn
land acres. The only area
ting enough rain to ease the
dariger was the western slop
the .Cascade Mountains in 0
gon 'nd Washington.

NeOly White Dies
In-Childbirth;
Bujial Tomorrow


Salon de Belleza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street


$


Carlton Drug Store
10.059 Mel6ndez Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n


Agena I rnac al de P ac sPropaganda, S.A.
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones "H" Street corner Estudiante St.
No. 3 Lotiery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798


FOR SALE

FOR SALE:-Used tires. passenger
&i commercial at Aencias Cosmos.


Gram
coal


Dr WENDEHAKE. Medical clinic. on Automobile Row No. 29. tle- u
Estudiante street No. 140. Between phone Panama 2-4721.
tcve, "K" and "J" Stre -, Phone 2-3479 PHILL
t and Ste Phone 2-3479 FOR SALE: Willys 1948 Station ,on
n Wagon. Duty Paid. Taller Rigby, Ocr
I Travel via "AREA," "the Route of I St. No. 28. to
ald- the Good Neighbor" NO INCREASE _-______O
$'.n IN PRICES!.. FREE MEALS AND FOR SALE:-1952 Packard 200 De bao
) 00. COCKTAILS! One-way to MIAMI. Luxe -Sedan with radio, in excel- am
S67.00...NEW YORK. $111.00 lent new car condition. Must sell Box
GUAYAQUIL. $75.00.. ..QUITO before my new 1953 Packard ar- AITE
$86.00 Round trip MIAMI, $120. rves. Contract Dr. de l Guardia- on
60... NEW YQRK $208.60 .. Telephone olboa 6454. lon
GUAYAQUIL, $135.00.... QUI- FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet four roa
TO, $154.80. BOEING 4-engine door De Luxe Sedan, two-tone For
planes. For more details see PAN- green, radio. duty paid, only 6,000 No
AMA DISPATCH SERVICE, oppo- miles. Leaving Isthmus November Poar
site Ancon Busstop. Telephone 2- will sell for best offer over $1,-
1655. 500. Call Panama 3-2596 morn-
1 ings.
kleA FOR FOR SALE:-1947 Plymouth 4-door
kled SALE Sedan De Luxe, 4 new tires and 5 FORI
oid- Miscelln illa extras tires, good condition. Point con
of ___ llCelIanMOuu excellent. Low mileage will sacri- Ari
over FOR SALE:-One small tricycle, one' fice for $850.00. Tel. Cristobal infc
Vest baby stroller. Call 83-'6255, houseI 1674. House 50 Escobal Street.
S 2006-A, Curundu. i Position Off ered
aes. FOR SALE:-Sofe 70 x 45 in very POSitIo Off1ered_
the good condition. $750.00, El Tom-i WANTED: Salesman or saleslady
At- bar, 15th Street, opposite Villa- wanted for large concern. Excel- A
ild- nueva y Tejeir. Tel. 2-444. lent working condition, good so- Two
and lary. Write Box 323, R. of P. stat- unfur
,AL g "ge and experience. close
inrl- -.


IlIIUJUUI 0IIUII1rc
To Sponsor Film
Lectures Tomorrow
A showing of colored slides and
a lecture about their recent trip
up the Pan-American Highway
will be given by M. K. Bailey and
L. C. Palumbo tomorrow evening
at the Cristobal Union Church.
The "adventurers" relate their
experiences, ranging from hu-
morous to exasperating to dan-
gerous: of being stuck in the
mud for five days, of scrambling
for safety to the roof of their car
as cattle came streaming down
thc highway of beinp marched
off to a Central American Presl-
dencia at bayonet point!
The program will begin at "7
p.m. for the benefit of children
and admission m y be paid at
the door or tickets purchased
from Sunday school members
who are now selling them In the
ronimivim i tv.i


The body of Nelly White. 27, a I "'
resignt of th.? Chorrillo district.
was.Acheduled to be buried to-
moo,,w afternoon at 4 in the m
Puelo Nuevo Cemetery.
Mi. White died Saturday af- UmI
terM in Santo Tomas Hospital
hov after giving birth to a
ShI is survived by her mother. ore
Ethb'Brewster: sister. Ruth: bro-
thea' Alfred Steele in the U.S.
and Ather relatives.,

It ian Girls GENEVA,
- N F& d seamen on
H ve New Fad: countries
",: that their
TItooing lighted suf
w ling of a
RfMWE, Oct. 27 (UP) Tattoo- there will
lng~*aice reserved for s a i I or s, men to a
nowaMas become a fad with Ita- These an
BUangirls following the philoso- visions co
phpyf existentialism, the maga- standards
1ine-"'Europeo" reported today. for sailors
convention
"dh legs, breasts, thighs and Ireland, D
backs some of them bear the de- France, NI
Signs that once decorated the Portugal.
skins of sailors; in blue, red and next Jan..
black, they have serpents, semi- Although
aude figures, strange symbols, ago at an
amorous phrases and plan names organization
inscribed," the magazine said. tie, Wash.,
become ef
by a suffi
tons.
Britain
according
It could g
crew merm
application
Complete
to have be
expected t
notify the
to abide by
A United
America h
probably b
government
clear-cut j
land water
sure it cou.
all parts of


Renubl,


RESS DIES Film star
U Peters. 31. shown in the
il chair to which she had
.confined for eight years
Mng a hunting accident,
Of a kidney ailment in
Visalia, Cal.


F XME: 1949 Buictk
-er, -4or, perfect con-
= t eras seest.
211L 3-4d4f Pa"mi C


en Assured


Comfort


Countries
Oct. 27 (UP) Merchant
the ships of eight
are now assured
r quarters will be
ficiently for the read-
newspaper and that
be no more than four
room.
nd many other pro-
>vering minimum
of accommodations
are guaranteed by a
approved by Cuba,
Denmark, Finlan d,
orway, Sweden and
It becomes effective
29.
adopted seven years
international labor
n conference in Seat-
the treaty could not
fective until ratified
client number of na-
delayed ratification,
to reliable sources, so
get ship owners and
bers to agree to the
ns of the convention.
agreement is believed'
een reached and it in
hat London will soon
ILO of its decision
y the treaty.
d States official said
has failed to ratify
because the federal
t does not feel it has
jurisdiction over in-
rways and so is not
Id apply the treaty in
f the country.

icanne Pl^in


*W ^V IlU Il IVll
To Take 1st Count
Of Women Voters
WASHINGTON Oct 27 (UP)-
'The Republicans plan a nose-
count of women who vote in the
Nov. 4 election to give the na-
tion its first actual figure on
the number of women voters.
This was disclosed today by
Mrs. Ivy Priest of Bountiful
Utah, head of the women's divi-
sion of the Republican National
Committee.
She said she could not now ac-
curately estimate the size of the
women's vote but after the elec-
tion "we will be able to tell you
exactly how many of the total
voter cast will be cast by wom-
en."
"We are having them counted
at the votnM preclncts," abe -
'ialped.


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

WANTED
Misceelaneona
WANTED:-Vacotion quarters on or
about 20th of November. No
wild-parties or pets. Service man
and wife. References. Coall 2-1569
after 5 p. m.
Young gentleman wishes board end
room, preferred with private en-
trance in Bella Vista or any nice
home, or will share apartment.
Phone 2-0770 "Eager."


Balboa Stewards
To Meet Tonight
A meeting of the Stewards'
council of the Balboa chapter of
Local 900, GCEOC-CIO, will be
held at the chapter's headquar-
ters in La Boca tonight at 7:30.
All stewards are especially
urged to attend this meeting
armed with information on ex-
isting problems and also with
suggestions for the operational
improvement of the chapter.
There will be an informal re-
port given on the developments
of the past week.
Respectfully,
H. L. Rose,
(For Committee on Publidity).


Mass Meeting
Of Non-Citizens
Set For Tomorrow
Non U.S. citizen employes of
the U.S. Armed Services Army,
Navy and AMr Force- w-re in -
vited today to a mass meeting at,
the Pacific Clubhouse tomorrow,
at p.m.
A report of,a CIO conference
held with local U.S. Army au-,
thorities on Sept. 4 will be given.


Nev

FOR
ope
side
2.


RESORTS
illch Santo Clara beach-
tages. Electric Ice boxes. 0 a a
yes, moderate rates. Telephone
441 Gamboo. 4.567 Pedro Ml-
el.
LIPS Oceanside Cottages. .The
dy court In Santa Clato with on
eanvieiw frorn all cottages. Steps
beach, Rock Gas, refrigeration.
rbecue and shuffle board. Poan
a 3-1877, Margarito 3-1673.
x No. 435 8olboao.
ENTION: All rents reduced
Foster's furnished' cottages, one
e beyond Santa Clara. private
d to beach. (Bring own linen).
information call at Dagmar's
. 6. Tivoli Avenue or phone
noma 2-0170.

FOR RENT
HouseI
RENT: Modern residence,
npletely furnished, Ricardo
as street, Campo Alegre. For
ormotion telephone 3-2843.

rOK KEN I
A partnenta
LHAMBRA APARTMENTS
and five room furnished and
nished apartments; private en-
i gardens. 8061. 10th 'Street.
w Cristobol. Telephone Colon
1386.
RENT:-Modern three bedroom
irtment, suitable for office, re-
ence. No. 22. 34th Street Apt.


Sailor Overturns Car

On Thatcher Highway
An American saiir zig-zagged
his car across Thatcher High-
way near mile post 5 Saturday
afternoon, turned it completely
over and escaped with only
minor injuries.
Robert E. Freeman. an elec-
trician's mate 1st class station-
ed at Rodman, was driving
south on Thatcher Highway
with another sailor, William B.
Fairbrief, as his passenger.
According to the police, Free-
man lost control of his car, left
the road twice, traveled 73 feet
and hit a mud bank before it
turned completely over and
came to a stop on the highway.
Driver and passenger were
treated for minor Injuries at
the- Rodman dispensary and
discharged.
Frreman will be charged with
reckless driving.

Alpine Trip
One of the most interesting trips
to be taken by a traveler in Vien-
na is a two-hour aerial tramway
journey which carries passengers
over the Alps.


Fall is the season of the year
when women's dress designers
hove to think up fancy names for
the iam* old colors. **


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


IviM0lVMcKLIAL t7
PROFESSIONAL


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

MODERN FURNITURE
V vOUR SHOW-ROOM
Slipcover
Reupholstery
HEREE"
77 Auto Reo
STel, S-418

ransupotes Sxtei. S. A.
Shipping, moving, storage.
We pack and orate or move
anything. 'Phone 2-2451.
2-2662, PanamA.


CHIROPRACTORS
On. A. and I. OILLAC
(Palmer olLduates)
OMIca HOURS;:
8 12 and 2 6 p.m.
Saturday: 8--12 now.
M Pr Aveue Tel. I-Ml
(1 block from Lux Thu*tre


George Weslerman

Criticizes Altiude

Of Average Zoihan


A suggestion that the United
States "take definite action in
implementing the basic demo-
cratic principle with sound
practices in dealing with the
problems that arise on the Isth-
mus" of Panama, was made last
week by George Westerman. as-
sociate editor of the weekly Pa-
nama Tribune during a speech
in the University of Chicago.
Before a large gathering in
the University's International
H house, Westerman outlined
some of the benefits gained by
Panama from the good-neigh.
bor policy Instituted by the late
Franklin D. Roosevelt, adding:
"There have been policy-mek-
era of exceptional highminded-
ness and a small number of U.
S. citizens on the Canal Zone
who have aiso made scattered
attempts to carry out the senti-
ment of good neighborliness,"
Among those "doing an ex-
cellent job," Westerman listed
Gov. John S. Seybold, Lt. Gdv.
Harry 0. Paxeon, executive se-
cretarv Eugene C. Lombard. ex-
ecutive assistant Forest G.
Dunsmoor, Schools Supt. Dr.
Lawrence Johnson "and a few
others."
"However, in -timb Panama-
nians learned that the good
neighbor policy efti to repre-r
sent only he personal convic-
tions of President Roosevelt, its
co-opOor. uznner Welles
and 1orli ull and other
prograeltve element.
"It has been folqiblv brought
Into fous that mentality
ad atook OfV e average
North Ae an l10nt of the
Canal Ioae, is 4 lien suoh a
policy."
WeSterman said the attitude
of the "betray the letter and
sWurit of inter-Atmerlca friend-
ship, minimizing is effect and
generatlhw rancor.b

Reds% Leftists
Take Over Control
Of Key Jop Union
tOKYO, Oct. 27 (UP)-o -
mnUlsts and other leftist today
control of the key Na-
i l Ralway Worker. Union.
Ja In's powful 'labor
o aesording tp o- re-


RadioPrograms
Tour Camml ry Staton


HOG-840
Whef i00,00.0 emee Mae



Today, Monday, Oct. -t
P.M.
3: 30-Music for Monday
4:00-Music Without Words
4:l5-2 8nge on Parade
4:30-What's Your Favorite
6 .00-FADS AND FABSHIONS
6:30-Firestone Hour
6 45-Lowell Thomas
7:00-Take It From Here (BDC)
7'30-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45-Here Comes Louis Jordan
7:45-Here Comes Louis Jordan
8*00-Evening Salon
8:45-UEP. Commentary
5:00-Oliver Twist
9:30-Playhouse Favorites
10;00-The World at Your Win-
dow (BBC)
11'00-The Owl's Nest
Midnight-Sign Off.
Tuesday, October 28
A.M.
6:00-Sign On Alarm Clock
Club
7:30-Morning Salon
8:16--Morning Varieties
8"30-Muaic Makers
8'46--Hawaiian Harmonies
0 :00-News"
9:15-Sacred Heart Program
9:30-As I See It
10 00-News
10:05--Off the Record
S1:00-News
11:05-Otf the Record (Contd)
11:30-Meet the Band
12:00-NewsA


12:05-Luncheon Music
12:30-Popular Music
PJ '-
1:00-News.
1:15-Personality Parade
1:45-Rhythm and Reason
2:00-A Call From Lea Paul
2: 15-Date for Dancing
2:30-Spirit of the Vikings
2:46-Battle of the Bands
3:00-All Star Concert Hall
3:15-The Little Show
3:30-Music for Tuesday
4.00--Sunny Day
4:15-South of the Border
4:30-What's Your Favorite
6:00-FADS AND FASHIONS
6:30-Hawaii Calls
6:45-Lowell Thomas (WRUL)
7:00-Ray's A Laugh
'7:30-BLUE RIBBON SP 0 R TS
REVIEW
7:45-Jam Session
8:00-Perry Como Show
8:15-Fred Waring Show
8:30-Frankle Masters Enter-
:-" oalr s
9:00-Rytohm n ot s
S9:30-Piano Playhouse
10:00-Dance Music
10:15s-Musical Interlude
10:30-Variety Bandbox (BBC)
11:00-The Owl's Nest
12:00-Sign Off
Explanations of Symbols:
VOA-Voice of America
BBC-Btitish Bro adcasting
Corp.
RDF-Radiodiffusion Francaise

US Farmers' Income

May Drop Next Year
WASHINGTON, Oct. 27 (UP)
-The nation's farmers can ex-
pect a five per cent cut Inin I-
come next year as production
costs amount and foreign de-
mand for their crops falls 'of
the Agriculture Department
said today.
A farm income report said
farmers aren't likely to receive
any more in 1953 thah the $31.-
600,000,000 they got in gross in-
come this year. Gross farm in-
come this year was up two oer
cent from 1961, a new high.
Although domestic demand la
expected to be strong, "some
reduction in demand for export
of U. 8. farm products seems
likely," it said.
Production expenses maySgo
up two r cent from the ,-
400,000,0O it cost to produce
this year's crops. Production
costs, which have rise n 1t
out of the last 14 yearS, were lp
four per .cent this year over
1951.
"With no increase in farmers'
gross Income expected next ear,
and some further rise i their
expenses, farmers' total re -
ed net income may he reduced
about five per cent," the report
said.
The report noted that farm
costs and farmers' living costs
have risen steadily In lat
five years.

RttiredJam~au,

82, DiesSudde*y

in Daughles HNm


The union t W oa mlt- An 82-year-old JamaIcan ed
tee. leced a 81-1I execu- suddenly at th
sive Omme o lld0 en- daughter in R edM ni
tirely a tt4 I r oonmerva- apparentu frmL
tive oWitne Polteire
the lef am RFolks
move. - r his daughter a
The wat house 548 ni
000 O complafed of
nat PS- lay ste mft "


'EY'RE 'U S" OUT HI **WIaA i". lye
entomilogit R. A. St. Georg eas irudlaMt walfae at PoiUsh
Moauntos, Md, where the dentist from the Departmns Of
Agriculture's Bureau of Enatmolog and Plant Quaranmtib Is *hud
t. the egIThs. The strheg crte have dolltt hundreds
of hardwood trnos western Mag laad. and St. G8 jL *Is u.a
WT to inbgds tueeiIug.
..^ -. *, ;' ,,-.


Mysterious Sceted Letter

Puts 14 Texansin Hospital
0


AUBTIN, Tex., Oct. 27 (UP)
Federal charges of sending
poison through the mall appear-
ed probable today if the govern-
ment can prove a mysterious
scented letter blamed lor send-
ing 14 persons to a hospital ao-
tually contained poison.
Two of the 14 persons became
so violently II they were still in
'the hospital today. 48 hours af-
ter they were stricken.
Postal inspector J. P. Cotman
said he ad contacted A, L. P.
CM9glns of the Atlanta, Ga post
o ,ce retarding the letter ap-
Pftly ."Saturated, in some
sort of liquid mailed toan
ustin- Insurance firm from
glethorpe, COa,
DeMrtment of Public Safety
expert said theyint suspect-
ed "a Stron rfme" was used
In the letter to disguise the
odor of a virulent oon gas.
Rollabd E. Tullis, Department
of Public Safety laboratory
technician said thus far he had
found nothl more mysterious
about the letter than a "cheap
perfume" and it tight have
nauseated the victims.
But Tuillis did not rule outI
other possibilities. "We haven't
found anythUin but perfume,"
he said, "and it might be Just
that. My own reaction was that
if I had to sit and inhale that
perfume, it would make sick. "
The perfumed letter was re-
ceived at the International Life
insurance Co. Friday and 0. i.
Howard, vice president Of the
company, said he understood' it
came. from a "disgrunteld
claimant...... a colored wo-
man."
Cotman said the maximum
penalty for sending poison
through the mails is two years
in the penitentiary, a 13,00
fine, or both.
"I didn't know what else, the
federal government can do utn-
til it's proved whether It was
poison or not," Cotman said.
"It's possible this letter didn't
cause the sickness. It might
have been something else in the
room."
Cotman said that was "not
likely, but it's osasinb, although
it might be stretching 'a coin-


cadence." a"I it0 ou11 -hl*
been g lse. 11ke ea
CapR ga, becaMti "those i-
the wr en who andW
The State HealeJeDaretm1at
was not a d in atae
but State hmth i erg

"I Mkp prP tiMya aet
know of anything that
have caused those peopl- to
react like that.
"If it had been a poder I
could understand. But X cat
magline that reaction just from
odors.".
'A. L. Young was the fliA
company employee togetr a wh
of the letter. Te smell was a4
distasteful that Young bog
dictating a coy to us ateo_
grapher so that the oigi
mIht be destroyed.
Before sh fnhed dictati
Young and the stenograp ,'.
Mrs. Mary Ann Norton, 21. be-
came violently ll.
Other employes began vemit-
ing. Some complained Of 4hed-
aches, stiff necks and otera
had others had difficulty Ah
swallowing.
Four of the 14 persons who
were given emergency treat-
ment remained in the hospital
overnight. Two of them
Atill hopitalissed Saturday
night.. Trelv of the 14 We"
women, .
Mrs. Helen Mitchell, 23, one
of the women who reSlved
emergency treatment said the
odor. smelled to her "Just like
any perftume you can buy In a
ten-cent Store,"
Others said it_ resembled
"lavender" and "lilacs."
Mrs. Mitchell said she was
never very scok, but went to the
hospital because "they told me
'1 go along."
"Everydne else at the hqspItIl
was complain of headache,
though," Mr. Mitchell said.
SComan Said that the letter
was certain a .uale t*, -
tin postal author ..
"Ive heard of voo-
doo," he said, "but this WIa new
one on me."


onen' ... "

US Government Economis .,ts

See Recession fn Lt '5
W. t
WASHINGTO; Oct. a2e7 TUPeriimenU ol u i
Government economists saId bped up Ju t
today all signs point toward a es
business. recession l ite in 198M en M
and that a te-up in the ams Prowi

These econbinmists said they selve s wevt ffor
expect the recealon -- f Itma- i- htb e It U titu, It tm
terialises to be a "mild dip" have eva3orate&L
of short duration. In fact, they Busneshen are ,tt Dn-
said, business Itself may be able'ty of arin, they 3,V
to avoid it. cause *oono tuin and obt a f.
Meantime, they predicted, the government seem tob -
business activity will continue nimois' in the opinlon th
at a "moderately rising pe." recession s in the cards for late
They said indications Are that 193 or early 1,4 although the
the cost-of-ltvi g will rise at predictions ranzi t "v et
about the same pace despite a mild" to "cata&ropi." .
slight dip in consumer mlces .
last month. Commerce harl
The economists said the cost- Say4r ha aid he l not
of-living oif the average Ameri- tavor an a up raM
can family probably will r tM the point r1 aiev tp general
$10 between lat uly and uly, eohomy Iecause Rh' Jv
103. This was predicted by (or- ,e of business activity proba-
mer Price Stabilizer Ellis Arnall bli will oUpnas through *8
as the result of the steel price But he has started a study of
hike. The economists modify ways "tO maintain high levels
this to Include all other -factors of business activity" to take up
as well. the slack 4dep a opend.
These recession forecasts are ing stops rising a year.
based mainly On the fact that
defense spending is scheduled ot DONE JWITI B TTONS
level off in the latter halt qf
1953. Business Investment also EAST D, .1D. --
is expected to level off then (UP) The has
while most of the shortages f made a newgcul-
materials hounding product tuare. A de-
since Korea WTll be over. signed to h i N tons of
These economists said that If grain. n ef is -benI
there appears to be a "ubi 4a- operate tirehy
tial recession" in the offing', the buttons.


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lISpeaker 10 Iampry
13 Princely 12L8tn
residence ,13 Surmders .
14 Bristly -8 Corgelative
15 Give as an of either
Inalienable 20 Leveled .*
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17 Row s a-jg-al I ndl-
19 Her Majesty's 24 "Good Queen 3
ship (ab.) of 31
20 Implore England 40
24 Indian MU epOrWoS
warriors 2 Fetntine 4
27 Geological appefiaUon
layers 28Church part U
31S Bea edges 29 Binder
Lg rm 30 Augments 4
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MRS. RICHARD IWEA&DIGEN and members of her wedding party taken at her home
f nher recent wedding at the ort Davis Chapel Mrs. weatiogen was the former
Sa Trel, of. Mrgarita. Her wedding on Oct. 17 to Richard Swearingen of Gatun
wa sot social interest to fends on both sides of the Isthmus. The member$ of the party'
were: Mrs. Rey dmond, Miss Marjorie R~ tgaber, Mrs. Swearnen Miss, Bar bara
Crles, Miss rgin Coffey and Mrs. Ernest Cotton. The flower gir i ~isMs Susan cotton.
IS8 KARIGVB CROWNED HOMECOMING QUEEN Annual Bazaar At Gatun
The annual Bazaar which will
Miss Nancy Kariger daughter of Mr. and qrs. Le Karl be given by the Women's Auxi-
g o at, ad the honor of being crowned queen ofthe lary of the 0oatun Union
1'=a10eomoc" bal at the Crist6bal High School Saturday Church Ia to be held on Novem-
ee alg. rb her 6, starting at 5:00 p.m.
The Om' ay mniua of the tion given at the home of Mr There will be booths of interest
hoo as beatfuy decor- and Mrs. William Hollowell, i to all ages, moving pctes an
ted i a ca opy o blue and honor Mr. and Mrs. Marvin a fish pon for the flowers and
old streamer bt achb ol- Keenan, whose recent wedding ny t he f e adults. Th
A huge crown wUas t- was of InterestlOW Y.n menn of the church are serving
ended over he throne which Among the 'ueats inv hot dog and other hot dishes.
flovmred with blue velvet. from the Gold-C0a we Dr. c he ht dhe
SSe alter, R 0- and Mrs. Vetal Moris, andT er hopes that a large
.0, M t er o f ted t r,M Man rs dents will take this opportu
9 n ^^i ^oth sHoward Mt. d Mrs. nity to staxt their C hrstmaa
e entered the ballroom. Edward MllUpaiuh. C a ptain shopping.
Sf tt in and ahMrs. DouDe Birthday Party
SAnn Ir r r and Mrs. Tam yand Billy OH a y e r
as, Miss Dinah Basso OMorge Poole, ar., Mr. and Mrs. of anCooMrsloW. celebrate.
S i .40lhClement and Mr. and Mrs. Hayer of Coco 6olo, celebrated
SB: C en and Mr"n ld Mr elt f ourth and seventh birth
-r days with a party at the home
an and Barn bane. tv- SuesesfuI of their parents Saturday after-
we and Barn bance Very i successful, ofrAy
d prey was er es The Barn Dance given at thenoon children eoyed refresh
lkstCd lthe B Wat a ye l n*ts served ats homeand iatoe
A.a E m2able lUb W :attended the insttin e.
oooetpful ov'h uer. The guests were:s ausle Ne
o 1 S as on, Tom and Mery ainey, Roi
7WatdOrei rrand Norms 0arePaul&,
a Mr. frank Day won the door n and Christy raig.
of l w d w eatwi the w of a beautiful table lamp. ... ... .
to t f of the tlle. The er pri were won y Mr.
sbouffa kirt was of Tsle we ho received .a
an arm bo Swi usial tin; Mr. Bob
queot id al tied with Lawson received two China fig-
ribb &s ater dress. urines by MadUros and
Mr. Wa %rl.ge received a
The attendants wt similar vage ron& w .reach t Saar.
dressed old tlle over tat" he Doo-Do Club helped
feta, T nfloweras we a M- make th evening a success. By GAY PAULV Y
Sd. J re a Mrs W. O'ayer was ir NEW YORK Oct. 15 t
wod ite Ilon.dress a the c. L O er as ha- One of the breesiest cookbook
o'"aandnsean frtIed noe- ed n Mr. Har~ in many a year 1 a6a, off
gay u Cain, Mrs. Paulerdner and the comment tha lif st .
a f Mre I Jam aecrla. important for men to know how
placed O f tamson to cook as it Is for womna"
Wand6 on the queen, Hallowe'en Dance at C.P.O. Club The book written by a famous
andon wasfollowed en Dance at CPO restaurant man, is designed fo
byIn whic The C.P.O. Club at the Coco males who want to do serio
oftoSolMo Naval Station w aas the kin instead of itce
scene of a successful dance giv- tering.
Sen atulrday night tfor the iem- "I don't mean that a
Mr. and Mrs. W ak bera theirgute. t has to know how to bakf a cake"
elebrato we d Aaavm -A nfmer 4 M 4 rissaid the author' Victor Berger.
andMr W e- wr gi and the enp's Im" on, "although it wouldn't hurl
and celebra ted fty W b Chief F. A. Welchhim. But he should know hov
Meod wadin-g 0l ;^a Q.'Prten- TheIP&S- to roast meat, cook a steaki
ththhe members of m t Mrs. C. Mul- make a salad, and get a em
l, at a dinner ". P and good meals together."
a s on-nl' ar tt t Bergerqn, better known a&
anid _-% h.. Trader Vie, operator of rstau.
'iaran tHenrU -Wn VA -o T^ rants ~in Oklahoma nd Sa
-tub tu r t w dtL acisco, wad-deea vito the
t.. la o, h was won br H 14 Portet, subject of men and als.
e were married and the mlf th-"tt won A few men are bor cooks,
at.T OCurch in Phi- by Mr. Carter he decided. "$Mse get hat wa
October 25. Prizes were alogtn hefor d .rom ex os e t th at a
b well-known on games and they went to Mrs. early age. Sotimes, howev.
children are P. R. Gardner and Chief 0. J. it all starts from a trip to the
.IM Cohn LAw- Hysantis. grocery to buy a loaf of break
80u ams and Mr. and a pound of butter." '
Oharle J. W at Isth- meeting for Gatun Mothers of On such a trip through to
GilM. Art Gi Scouts day's supermarkets, Bergerac
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NEW YORK, Oct. 27 (UP'-- Dwight D. Eisenhower
armed himself last night for a bare-knuckled windup of
his race for the presidency as his- campaign manager pre-
dicted the Democrats would fight back with "below-the-
belt" tactics this week.
Eisenhower spent most of yesterday conferring with
top Republican strategists and speech writers, preparing
for what will be the most intensive part of his campaign.
The former five-star general, weary from the rigors
of last week which resembled an endurance contest more
than a campaign, and heavily burdened by the task of
getting ready for his stretch drive, passed up church
services and worked instead.
Among his callers was Harold His major effort in Pennsyl-
Z. Stassen, former governor of vania will be a speech tomorrow
Minnesota and an Eisenhower night in Pittsburgh.
campaign consultant, and Her- The Eisenhower camp ap
bert C. Brownell Jr., New York peared to be a curious mixture
attorney, 1948 campaign mana- of confidence and caution.
ger for Gov. Thomas B. Dewey Adams, on the highly confi-
and another behind-the-scenes dent side, predicted a nation
consultant in this presidential wide sweeo for his candidate.
race. "General Eisenhower will
Meantime, Gov. Sherman sweep the Atlantic Seaboard
Adams of tlew Hampshire, states, the Midwest, the Pacd
chairman of Elsenhower's cam- fic coast, the Rocky Mountain
paigh advisers, iseasued a state- states and as the adminis
ment warning that the Demo- traction now realizes wil
crats "in a desperate attempt carry at least three or fou
to halt an Eisenhower swoep states in the Bouth."
and to perpetuate themselvesL n
power, will stop at nothing this The more cautious mem-
owe p bears of the Eisenhower "cru-
week." sade" naturally did not want
"Led by the' President ot to be quoted, but some of the
the United States, who has key advisers were anything
already disgraced his high of- but happy oves the spase
flee by InJecting religious in- turnout for Elsenhower In
tolerance into this campaign," Harlem Sakturday. Their con-
Adams id "the opposition cern for the entire state of
forces will sep up their smear New York was reflected In the
campaign and will issue their amount of time Eisenhower
typleal 'week-before-election' has devoted to the state.
Innuendoes and below-the- Meanwhile Gov. Adlai E. Stev
belt charges. enson said yesterday American
"I know that the voters of must strive with "religious fer
the country will recognize these vor" to reduce the present "ser
last minute desperation tactics ious" level of taxation bu
for what they are and will re- warned "extreme exertion" o0
ject them." the federal budget will continue
The OOP nominee will devote for at least 2 1-2 years.
today to a six-speech schedule "We are in a time now front
-in Pennsylvania. Tomorrow, the point of view of the federal
SWednesday and Thursday will budget of extreme exertion -
be devoted to the boroughs of extreme pressure," .the Demo
New York C0ty and -adjacent crate presidential candidate
counties. told a veterans breakfast i
The three-day schedule for Boston.
, the New York area reflected "I am not sure how long I
d concern of the Republican la going to last, presumably
- leadership ever -the fate of" the through fiscal 1955. In that in
e state's 45 electoral votes."This terval, we have got to restrain
will add up to virtually seven ourselves. Probably we are go
full days of' campaigning by ing to have to find, I should
- Eisenhower imi NeW York state, imagine, substantial cuts.
more timeqthai he~hadeyppd O "Itlll be terribly difficult ,t
tb any 'oh i-etate J,- the? na- find them as you well'know.
tlon. Stevenson said he hoped the
In the closing days of the veterans "might be one of thi
campaign, Eisenhower will ham- leaders in ways and means b
mer at what he calls three ba- reducing federal expenditure
sic Issues: or at least in sharply controlling
1) Administration responsibil- them at a time like this whez
ity for involving this country the disaster of inflation or over
in a Korean war when, in his expenditure strikes evenly."
opinion, it could have been pre- Warning Of inflation, Ste-
vented, venson said: "I don't say ours
2) DelUberate injection of bi- I& dangerous, but certainly
gotry into the campaign by the when we have got our tax lev-
Democrats. els up to 30 per cent of the
3) "Systematic" encourage- national income, it is a erl.
ment of inflation by the Tru- Ous thing.
man administration to give the "And we ought to look for'
nation a "false" impression of ward to the time and press for.
prosperity, ward with religious fervor t
B senhower and his staff were the time when we can begin to
Sgratifled by the reception to reduce that level of expendi:
his more strongly worded ture, and therefore, the level o:
S speeches on Korea at Detroit taxation."
and inflation at Buffalo, and The Illinois governor made an
the candidate is expected to appearance at Taunton, Mass.
get even tougher as the cam- whet he was given one of thi
his campaign.
__________ _Although he arrived m or
than an hour late, the crowd
BELLA VISTA had remained and applauded
BELLA YVITM and chered as he drove past
They JAM-packed the
THEATRE nd spilled outside in theto
eporters who have been ac
STARTING co aning Stevenson said it
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After attending church ser-
vices, .Stevenson visited briefly
with President James. B. Conant
of Harvard. The Illinois Gover-
nor was accompanied by his
three sons, John, a student at
Milton Academy, Borden, a stu-
dent at Harvard, and Adlai II,
a Marine lieutenant.
Police estimated between 4,000
and 5,000 persons greeted Ste-
venson at Harvard Square.
Meanwhile President Truman
set out from Washington today
on what is expected to be the
last campaign tour of a politi-
cal career that carried him from
a county court Judge in Missou-
ri to the White House.
His "swan song" whistle-stop
train tour will take him through
10 Midwest states in an effort
to win votes for Stevenson in
the election a week from Tues-
day.
At 68, it seems hardly llke-
ly Mr. Truman will undertake
any further strenuous polti-
cal activity after the Nov. 4
election. But White House
aides said he is in excellent-
,physical condition and appar-
ently thrives on the rigors of
a campaign train.
Although campaigning for
another man. Mr. Truman has
taken his politicking Just as se-
riously as ever this year. He will
have made more than 200 ap-
pearances for Stevenson when
he makes his .last address of
the campaign at St. Louis Sat-
urday night.
An aide said he is "intent" on
getting what he calls "Repub-
lican obstructionism" across to
the voters.
The President will attack, the
GOP record and Eisenhowet 'as
hard as he possibly can,' the
aide said.
He said he'knew nothing
man would "ease up" so as not
to compete with Stevenson in'
the final week -of the cam-
paign.
Mr. Truman has scheduled at
states Ohio, Indiana, Illinois,
Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan and
Missouri.
On the heels of the .eam-
paign train will be the Repub-
ican "truth squad" to "cor-
rect" what the GOP said is
"misinformation" spread by
the President in his talks.
Mr. Truman has been on the
road almost continuously since
Sept. 27, when he left for an
8,500-mile cross country trip.
Shorter swings through the In-
dustrial East and New England
intervened.*
After speaking from St. Louis,
the President will move on to
his home at Independence, Mo.,
where he will cast his ballot
Nov. 4. Plans for the return trip
to Washington have not been
announced.
The President's dau ghter,
Margaret, will make the trip.
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with "Stevenson's associatlons
with Communist fronters and
the Communist cause and the
Fc I Truman-Hiss Acheson Latt-
more group."
McCarthy also said he wald
ih discus Stevenson's court Po-
Ssition given In behalf of A
Ig h T Hiss, but indicated this would
be a relatively minor part of his
speech.
t St. Louis for the The much debated deposi-
nendence. tion has been a frequent cam-
ph R. McCarthy R- paign topic of both McCarthy
on his speech "ex- and Sen. 'cchard M. Nixon, OOP
. Adla E. Steven- vice presidential candidate, and
mnid reports It will has brought angry charges from
n Eisenhoweraides Stevenson that t smears
ublicans in advance by innuendo."
tonight. POLICE ON ALERT
was in seclusion at! POLICE ON ALET
y Wisconsin f a r m. MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP)-Po-
final draft, lice recovered William B. Pow-
Shas billed his ad- ers' automobile before he knei
i expose on Steven- it had been stolen. Officers tele-
Se d "associations phoned the sleeping Powers at
munst front" 2 a.m. to tell him the car had
cture the presiden- been found. Powers had them
ee in such a light hold the phone while he west
m the Democrats outside to see if it was mlsing.
him."
1 is an independent .....
nsored by the "Mc-
adcast Dinner Corn-
hich has raised the
led to finance the
ociates usually con-
h McCarthy's plans
doubted" if the Wis-
tor will show an ad-
of his speech to rep- FRESH AS
of Eisenhower or
national Committee. A DEW-DROP
strictly Joe's deal,"
nd added'that Mc-
y not have his final
ed before he goes on
er, who has asked
ly's re-election with- IN
ning his name, has
ed himself with any INTERNATIONAL
y's attacks on gov- STERLING
figures although he
had "no time" for W' no
would question Gen. We enjoy
Marshall's patriotism, showing it
other hand, Stevenson
ed that Eisenhower to you.
t "responsibility" for
s of those who cam-

tiring to Wisconsin,
said he will simply
enson's "story" and
marks will be "very,
ly documented." .,
ot call Stevenson a
or pro-Communist rI TA ] TI T 1
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people decide,' the .
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Casullo's Mido Multifort Tourney Huge
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Professional Golfers Association Wood-Pacheco Team Downs Pitched Battle eteenoa

4 .gain Suffering 'Growing Pains' Applequist-Addler In Final A.C. In Store For Fans Thursday
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strange hInge,08I dasou iete dol-e
Le rSbrLiberty W ins Pe ru n>te P p iterC tea remd o.A df pn eeder Navy CanZoneand Panama will be willd blysemdoubl
t ea of Cmdr. Ted Applo ufit and Cmdr.nVnce Addler i the treated to another one of those-duty, gioffn oth fnh an
NEW YORK, Oct. 27 (UP) final of the MIdo Multifort Golf Tournament which was played pitched battles this T rda efs. eretoore hen
Pi 'The Professional Golfers Asso- at the Braz6s Brook Country Club yesterday. night when the two winningest cited exclusively to defensive H g sput h ort
ciation s suffering growing The course ,uas soggy and Charlie maintained 'his reputs- football teams in local circles work.
P resident s lassgain ion as, a mudder by making some exceptional shots which collide head on. Balboa igh
S- o Its latest internal f over a turned the tide. For instance, the Navy team had a sure par riding high on a undefeated, U n. l ulton, junior tackle on ation, ad e s st
new format or the annual PGA three at No. 4 hole when Wood hit his approach shot for a tied string, will take' the field th Bulldog ta, has bn the Mlas who e I- h
LIMA. Peru, Oct. 27 (UP, the short end of the purse. championship, looks like a bid bie and so his side won a hole which they appeared likely against the always strong and mran maoof thest, as been the *- tinnl htae l
T ie L-an Premio President de Beaucaire. and Irish horse re- to make the PGA Tournament to lose. Wood also holed the "jungle putt" at No. 1 for the win, dangerous Athletc C teln suad. play- knd o. ei.ment.
fa RepLblica del Peru" was won, presenting Venezuela, b r o k e the world's best test of golf in- The Applequlst-Addler team was one-down at the end of The Rams have won their
e. tercday afternoon by the Chi- cldown in the homestretch and stead of a grab-bag affalt like nine holes and, after halving No. 10, they lost the 11th and two games, and have already *
lean coit LioctLy \hi .. covered will probably have to be destroy- the U. S. Amateur. 12th holes and it seemed as If the match was to end in a rout. taken the vow that this one will M Se
the 2,8,;0 meters in 1/5 mi- ed. A change would eliminate the However, the Navy boys came back strong, winning No. 14 and be their third straight victory. IUl
nutes lor a ne 1* i" at the, A capacity crowd of approxi- so-called "cheese champions" 15 to shave the margin to one hole. But their hopes were In the. previous meeting of
San Feiipe Racetrac .-c form- matelv 80.000 fans watched Chi- winners who come out of now- shortlived as Wood and Pacheco ticked away the math, these two teams, the Bulldog
er marK was z:56 1/a. lean jockey J. Madariaga give here to upset the big-name pros. winning No. 16 and 17 holes. came off the field.at the end of
Lmoert. ,s o-xners collected 500,- Liberty a perfect ride. After the But a change would be fought This annual tournament, sponsored by Casullo's of Colon-, tbe game with the hard earned
00j soles (S32,500I. 'inc Peruvian race Gen. Manuel Odria, Presi- bitterly by the teaching pros agents for the Mido Multifort Watches, Is also one of the high- 13 to 6 win. This wag the game
filly Parlera was second and the dent of Peru, presented the own- each of whom obviously wouldn't lights of the bit tournament program at Brazos Brook and that cost the high schoolers the
Argentine iorse Mironton third. er of Liberty with a valuable ob- mind being called a "cheese this year's competition proved no exception. There were no services of their star lineman, ---- o
El Mago. another Peruvian bred, jVct of art. champ." forfeits in the entire tournament, which indicates the popu- guard Joe Oliver. It was by no B ARRY GRAYONe of o a
wouna up fourth in the wIlv The complete order of finish: Economics, asmuch as any- clarity of this event. means a rough game, but t had NR SPO It Z mat, o, Y. d l, a Co
horse fieid. Tne second, thirn. 1-Liberty (Chilean). thing, probably brought the fuss Presentation of the prizes to the winners and runners-up as much rock-and-sock football ma; .;a. J r4atbet-rls
and fourth horses received 230,- 2-Parlera (Peruvian). to a head this year. The PGA is will take place next Sunday, Nov. 2, at the Brazos Brook as fans could ever ask for., rIBW YO1%0' ba 2
00u, l0o,)00 and 50,OUJ soics roe- 3-Mironton (Argentine). the most expensive tournament Country Club at 1 p.m. Both teams, will be hampered g a RO tate MS dI'h '. bei0a a me thdtYewt
pectivel.y. 4-El Mago (Peruvian). on the circuit to stage, requir- -by injuries to key player, At sat o esve Ule, DI t he alre has caau t to
The American bred Cyclone 5-Millaco (Argentine). ing a guarantee of more than this writing, It isn't kneoy p wnlaoy Atcartin le l AteD
Malone, representing Panama, 6-Fuego (Argentine). $30,0 L. It's tough to draw that r altively if L ule Dedeauxwll e re e l ~ s
wound up among the last in the 7-Viveur (Argentine.. much at the gate under the cur- y m To W atich tai le tttheRai sor tow o- nAhe ta el do- t O tadt
big race. Cyclone Malone was a 8-Don Floro (Argentine). rent playing setup which often IIsa Ibo U y tI la tthe Ra msstback, goodtyWht omplet .te tout o -anday
well placed sixth after the first 9-Good Fellow (English). sees the gallery favorites bump- paper, and always .a threat g rthreede repertre befor
lap when he bolted out on a 10-Cyclone Malone (American) ed out in the early rounds. *. where he gets his hands on the n. sv~ret.he-hs e an s
tun, dashing his chances. 11-Habanero (Peruvian). Three years back, Chandler ball. AteW ce did theaut
Mironton led for more than 12-Beaucaire (Irish). Harper and Henry Williams Imvd r Sit 0 i ill Arnold Manning, first line But $nohol Wthe llrete ll-conl ering tray
half the diSaance until Liberty slugged it out in the finals. fullback for the Rams, is said Staghte slat s t ricked f g. last Atiu.
challenged and took command Then Sam Snead met a fellow oto be through for the season.
after a quarter mile tussle for CO named Walter Burkemo in the Th will forceBerniceHerri all i ADO
the lead. Mironton held on finals the following year. Of Hundreds of fans turn out dal- center Worrell who clash in a totake ovr these chores as l ad more cot
gamelv and repcatealy tried t I four finalists in those two ly to watch the vastly improved ten-round sub-feature, continue did in the Junior ColleS am hgae I n Mggi an Stote 0l
regain frst posiion but weak- UtU l VidenS years, only Snead was a box- Transito Kid workout for his to whip themselves into tip'tbo of lst week. Without edSaus s a beautttul 81*" er .or Miaban 8talnt lan t i
ended in the homestretch and office draw. ten-round bout Sunday night at condition. Leal and Worrell a tfhe Rams wll haveto call oh tht Dehchool tL ;p jrut o i n ed u sntynwh a
lo second place to the fast FIRST RACE The system of play now in the Panama Gym with Sylvester n the unique position of drop- Kouranytwims, Oscar and d-naturall drift to a r-
closing P raled in last place1-Sun's Moon $280 220, 220 force calls for 36 holes of quali- Wallace. ping Into the semifinal group i tar to .alternate w it h J in hips they feed 'OnX better a c .
El Mago trailed in last e 2Calongo $3.20, 2.20 tying to pick the 63 low scorers This bout. which was original- they lose. Thompson at the halfback spots chigan State. They also m t e ,
througnout then irsL lap en i -Tuira $2.20 and the' defending champ for ly scheduled for last night, was The former Isthmian bantam- The only thing the Kouranys the color of' oach whan's eye "Or alt MI
clo-e-C an immense Laptotake SECOND RACE match play. The proposal for postponed until next Sunday be- weight champ, Leal, has predict- lack as far as football is con- Anyway, coaches wb"ht. f.Ltan iaWe
1-Miranda $7.80, 2.60 1953, long debated, would set up cause of a molar extraction by ed a knockout victory in. les0 crned is experience, neither of scouted the Spartalis this db g ailys at d
S T 2-Marilu $2.20 72 holes of medal play as in the Wallace which needed dental than eight rounds. Worrell, how- tbem having played while stu call them the finest college squad "it.fr shIi dtt
roCIrIC lWlIgnr 1rFirst Double: (Sun's Moon- ,U.S. Open then match play surgery. .. ever, Is cotifident of outstabbing dents at Balboa High. .th h ave evr seen. ae. were4 eter
e Mee -"g Miranda) $36. elimination for the 16 survivors. Wallace was forced to call off the hard-hitting southpaw. O"n the Bulldogs side of the
League Meeting THIRD RACE The theory is the 16 low scor- his training schedule for a few A six-round special between ledger, they will find themselves Roy Simmons, who. hsM btoan I:b tt
1-Apprise $6.20, 2.80, 2.20 ers, after 72 medal play holes, days but today resumed his daily Byron Cumberbatch and Bat- minus not only Oliver, but also with. Syracuse aice:hie 't r r-te
Slated Wednesday 2-CradleSong$3.20,2.20 would be the finest pro golfers tuneups. Sylvester is hitting as tling Escudero will add to the thier number one speed nier-backin5 days-1942--2S3 lanse exi nce.
S3-Wild Wire $2.20 in the trade. Year in year out, hard as ever but willhave to add success of this excellent. ,ro- chant, Ted Norr Medic a'won't plendllipolt 6feplntis
There ill be a meeting of the One-Two: (Apprise-C r a d porit probably would work out. speed to his attack it he is to gram. Escudero will be m b nI let Norris get back into action olat.'ai- onMcAulffe powC
Pacific Twilight League Wednes- Song) $18. But the PGA championship is overcame the flashy Kid. his first start after a six-moath for at least another week, and ra to oef the t' hse left halbii b
day night at the K. of C. Hall, FOURTH RACE a peculiar promotion and the Transito Kid, a winner of 40 layoff and Is therefore the un- this will throw the burden op Milhlat h. tte a but iot aoldea who bf rint inS
starting at 7:30 p.m. President 1-Villarireal $9, 3.80 2.80 teaching pros feel they have as of his 42 professional bouts, has derdog in this clash. the attack on the 'capaltW offl WWsi f er. As *af
Bill Carlin will open the meet- 2-Juan Huincho $3.20, 2.20 big a stake in the show as the done of hi fighting abroad, be- A four-round preliminary be- shoulder of one Jimmy May. el displaed t
'ing that will include such busi- 3-Rosa B. $3.40 tournament hot shots. Win or ing a consistent winner In Nica- tween. unbeaten amateur" TOO May will fet help from *Il He sUda tha te a suda th
ness as voting on a proposed Quiniela: (Villarreal J u a n lose, they get a tremendous belt ragua, Colombia, El Salador Ibarra and Dlinge Di, former Full n at theoter half ald "Ther re-
amendment to the Constitution Huincho) S7.20 out of playing the big wheels at and Costa Rica. This will be the amateur flyweight champion of two hard running' bulldbe ble lndividasIo other ca
that would permit Service per- FIFTH RACE match play. Kid's first hometown bout in Panama province, will get things fullbacks, Bob Morrb and mra e amo Ach
sonnel to participate, adoption 1-Pincelazo (Disqualified and Actually, it's a prIv ate four years. started. General admission will cis Boyd. Morris, the big bo M S4 wartwalder of the i i tbS 'i' ,
of the playing schedule, selec- placed second for fouling) $2.60 tournaent for members only. Tit Tr "expert" all laim that be one dollar. the Balboa tqamit, balaiig h "but as a qomflt thl
tion of the official scorer, statis- 2-Bedlam (Winner) $7.80, 3.20 Fine players like Lawson Lit- Tran ito has developed into scales at 195 poud, has bel ugt Sat Motfi*to. |
ticlan, publicity man and discu- SIXTH RACE tie, Ellsworth Vines and Cary real headliner and should be a- cons g alone fast as a ball' l haveaever.eb '
.;.asion on the possibility of loin- 1-Dictador $5.60, 3.60, 2.40 Middlecoff have been barred ble to punch out an easy dec- r, d Ct r eo l u
n the National Baseball Con- 2-Notable $3.40, 2.40 in the past until they became sion over the plodding but ter- : probandl oachutwefly onu. e "elile "rou.
g1treas. 3--Rathlin Light $3. full-fledged members after a tific hitting Wallace.. m agabltYthe d a'ty 'im lios e ,, o' l l
This year's league will be a SEVENTH RACE five-year apprenticeship. Meanwhile. Cesar Leal and VI The 45th Re onn ance Ba Th mfron Ims of the1e hbel h st
six team affair, with the follow- 1-Cobrador $4.60, 3, 2.20 The PGA bent over backward --talon officlalncear15 hae ser outstanding t aet. h'couted l 1
ing team entered: Balboa High 2-Jepperin $3.60, 2.80 this year the invite U. S. Open talon officially closed their 52 hates or final ason artans for two years for otm Schw
School (defending champions), 3-Pincel $3.40 champion Julius Boros, who ac- sports program aturdayI morn- dates for final, se rwwaf der orf Mt. A
Brewers, with Bill Carlin, Jr.. as Second Double: (Dictador-Co- cepted and then declined be-n pOrts Briefs g with hoproeent. of the The Ran d peasitall er in a ii
manager: Fort Clayton Service brador) S15.680. cause of the protest that fo by Cw omn 'sendr In Billoh a and m Othe comtt Cyogetetnt ay
Team with Ed Majors at the EIGHTH RACE lowed. Boros hadn't completed n D. The Trophyv was presented and Ionteo Andeinuller t Lioy tna' othe r ai y S
"' helm; La Atraccion, with Bob 1-Turf Lodge $3.20, 2.20, 2.20 his, apprenticeship and technic- (By U. P.) apt. James A. Ho two alone with o inn Boim onCar Mun' hty men. were% 4'h tahcoinmepe in
Lomedico managing: Gibralter 2-Hartley Lass $2.40, 2.20 ally wasn't eligible. mainding Officer of the. compr- and Lou Mi ave the Bt oltely oShocked l y e en s e balanced T. Theto n |ts
*;, .Life; with Dave Kelleher as man- 3-Dofia Eleida $2.20 The situation is another 'grow- Jockey Tony Despirito, with ny, and M/Sgt Andrew J. Fe- d ufits intthe first gme Blns with whtl h they han edld tom d .there, rthe a
eager and Curundu, managed by Quiniela: (Turf Lodge-Hartley ing pain' the PGA hopes to cure. 303. winners already under his ris, First Sergeant, by t C dogSeptember. .h nto he le w
""Andy Piaia. Lass (e) ) $6.20. A lot of folks wondered how the belt, Is ready to continue his Daniel E. Still, Commanding. Of- SepAlthough thflank have been R the "prblei" he had riht, The stem incrp
"" Officers for the 1953 Twilight NINTH RACE. pros could stage a big tourna- drive on the all time mark of ficer of the 54th Battalion, at the weak ot in the B o wth hand-plerd-hands at the t Tdoubleh.ad ari
* -season are Bill Carlin. Sr. presi- 1-El Mago $4.20. 2.40. 2.20 ment and crown a professional 388 wils in a year at Lincoln a formal review.. mtachie al person, they seeme, to e ttat, Mun' Itted: T. te buck .i
kisDowns, Rhode Island, today. Co y D collected a total Mac e'asontheyseemJ
""dent, John Hunt. vice president. 2 -Fangio $2.40, 2.40 king when a star like Boros wn Rhode Island, to ay Cm y D collected a total e. I to their opi "Locat nd develop uarter- fo .
and John Fawcett. secretary- 3--Alfonsito $2.80 wasn't even in the field. Despirlto who reached the 300 of 49,an0 points to edge 0ut tocrtoo their 'a n hantg
treasurer. All officers, team One Two: (El Mago-Fangio) There was no question about markFriday closed the season Headuarters company by17ont find any s s e
managers and prospective scor- $10. Boros being a pro. All he did was at Rockingham Park by riding poits tinn wnnnld thet. fphy with Jimmy Jo e ld.Tom, comialesk(plyed.n col to ay.d rid fleHeld oattel t ti
ers-statisticians publicity men TENTH RACE win more mones than any three more winners Saturday. symbolic of athle tlc emacy kins in there. Jones, bothered by Whet impreaded MIe si moi only.l d tothe od's oea-
are urged to attend this meeting. 1-Anglia $3.60. swinger in the business. Larry acPhal's generall waed b a rttlion. P on a trick knee all riemo, a ihis In recent weeks was the emer- fuon.
Staff" is. enjoying an extra help- touch football, basketball, base- ...
Ing of oats today after winning ball, swimming, tennis, softball
his owner $25,000 in the winner- and boxing. -
~WT N r --' T *VT take-all Pimlico Special. General Company D and Headquarters
l n lr A Staff beat "One Hitter" by-two- Comipan battled' down to the
W hl VeI 1 LO C I 1 .jU c. and-one-halt lengths in the wirp In the,race for the trophy /
match race. W Headquarters wai in front"1
Calumet Farms' "Two Lea" be- until the final point making ..w
gins the life of a lady of leisure event was completed. That was
today. The six-year-old mare the naming of the .,Athlete of 0m U 1 W 1 L
5" "was retired after Saturday's $50,- the Year for the Battalion which
000 By Meadows Handicap, in was good for 500 points. Jack
which she ran second. Appley of Company D' received
__"_.the award and the points cai-
IP SA B A GO0 L F ried his co' any outt in fr6nt' "
RIP SAW BLADES Australia's Norman Van Nida and gave them the honor.
yesterday won the Ampol olf This was the first year that
Championship from Ed Olivy f the Commander's Trophy has
1" 1 22 an Lemont, Illinois, in an 18-lbple u awarded in the battalion
14 -- 22 and 24plaoff t 'Sydney, Austra ia ad e companies are already": "
Van Nida posted a 72 for a i oUe to collect points towards'
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I-a- |n High Sh I 3 Volst.e"0 v and' Wa 3 S 7,t. IFrancisi1
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hBalba = MCAL=M Ole Miss 34 Ar anas 7 Sh 28 ppery Rk. 0
eve alii otid lefti att NRA Statf Ceftrsp6adeilt Tulane 21 AuJ ] YSany 1uard 10 Wooster 2
*the tan somebe 0- t V COLLGE PARK M., Oct. 27 Tennessee 50 Woford Norhter 1140 Mass. 26
o th tlray ran- d To plaf Tootball th keel. Kentucky 14 Cln cionti NW Haven 13 Kings Point 7
th tadetnrwhedtwo rngnownwaN.C.State 13 1 Wash. ,ff. 3 Thiel 0
iVale dktd hoI ayits d hri Wash. &Lee 34 VPI Gettysburt32 Muhlenberg 7
..deadloeek that was(. b-5 td 4tmrtS Jim M aY a 0 Citadel 28 Presbyterian Johns Hopkins 48 Sua'hann8 20
S-ntil erly in the t ou of 9%th The' fathers of College Park Camp Lejeune 18 Pt. .utis 9 Ahm. Int44 New Britaina
when A .wtli t it don't tell their children etit- rman 14 Davidson O laron l Ind. (Pa) 12 l
broke tro mate bedtm storelsny more W. Maryland 19 Hamp.4*81 Lebanon Valley 20 Mor'vian 7
their 10ltrd 1p tr 0 *Ae Instead ,Htel the *show Md. State 20 N.C. Cheyney 37 Miner
Tomm aghes t ntadm A latter part the the luarterbak runs to 48 Indiantown Ga Cal. (Pa) 0 Bloomsbu 0
urne out to be matgt9:e0 =r 1 magiian- how he rPaaliy Potomac St. 21 Shepherd t. Montclair 45 Bayonne Navy 7
o ea aet huatrLAW the lmon Wbe ah 31 La Col 1W. Chester 41 Stroudsburg o
o wsaed to a At te ball A a mSewanee 14 Rochester 41 R.PI
game. Cristobal was0 onk otl iok the .l G b la and Navy with his Ky. St. 80 E. Ky. St. N Wilkes 7 Trenton 7
servant side afnl f~~ft ~e I and rn Howard 23 Union (Teun) 0 Cortland 45 Breckport
and~~~~^ ^ wha bst --"--8 1 Dlaar 1
to Tsfial Ofe wt h oft th masters like Oeor0 t. Lee 40 Cherry Pt. 14 Nat. A ri. 38 N.Y.Aggles 13
dows on i t A 4S VL Igosthe best Brid&ewater 28WGallaudet 21 Conn.
dow c rth ommY u ba o ro ourl' Don ue. e held 21 Sewart AB 0 Arnold 18 Bridgt 61
had madetheGx oMs rte kimyk Nu o eS. "i plt-T k Elizabeth C. 39 Morristown Alfred 34 Hostt 21r
and !e fGoldCas$ 1* te' boke-Eddie Re.42 W. Carol 13dF. & M. 21 Albright 13
SbM r& ie brokti.o ble h i r Par or.a-elan. d 54 Stetson 13 MIDWEST
oeth=.two kickni a t@fster Scar- Glenville 26 Davis Elkins 7 Iowa 8 Ohio State a
meWd I r e u i. bath his aplomb. The Carson -Newman 20 M'yville 0 Michigan 21 Minnesotar
I B loa so dornt wittoe 10t pound senior Carswel AF B 58 Miami JV's2 U.CL.A. 20 sWiscon7
ety hadail th.a .ea Mitiall fine sense of Em. Hen. 27 Mid. Ten. .t. Mich. State 34 Penn t 7.
bl theWAythe12 t dghtof a re- Carolina 41 Gulford n l
balls 8 yard line.,Wh eto rushed. He won't Autin Pose h2 1.Kn State I orthwestern 23 Indiana 13Kagatae notlf and men l-
frrIgs etbmn,1o hatheba tlWe me het Itcan be n T 2W. Kea ntu 1 o A. M 21 Detroit 1 baym e no fat men dan
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play.. ce 20 Holy Cro 1 Ripon 19 Carleton 0a Tyler JC 34 L. Rock IC 13
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ilit-T Quarterback


by

JOE WILLIAMS


The WOTC hasn't had a time at bat here Ip a 16ng
Now don't tell nie you never heard of the Williams Old
Club! To be a member you must have seen Benny-Boy FPakla".
fly a kite, Cy Young pitch or at least remember when weilast
had a Republican President. .
Blake McVcigh writes: "My respects to you for admilting
.you never saw Hia! Chase until he was on the downgrade. 4's a
common fault 'n contemporary sports writers to pass Judgment
on athletes. these either never saw or caught up with in leir
declining days
"For example, the nonsense that Ty Cobb was a mediocre
fielder, when the truth is he was an excellent fly catcher, what
with his speed, sure hands and knowledge of position play. And
until he developed an arm injury he was a strong, accat
thrower. Yet the libel persists he got by altogether on
and base running...
"I've been looking at big league games since 1908. In lA11,
when Chase was managing the Highlanders (now the Yankees),
I saw him make a play on a bunt to nip Ty Cobbr at thIat no
other player could have made; he stationed himself to the; left
of the mound (Russell Ford was pitching), fielded the balneat
the third base line and, despite the fact Cobb was off wth the
pitch, Chase's throw got him by a hair.
"It was a 0-0 game, eighth inning, none out and if the ,0t
moved Cobb to third he'd score on a fly ball. You've been liok-
Ing at baseball for years. Did you ever see anything like that?"
... (Comment: Only in the movies, but what was Chase doing to
the left of the mound and why didn't. the batter bunt downfthe
right field line?-I'm assuming Old Timer McVeigh means the
left field side of the mound.)
Dempsey Was Hard to Hit.
From Frank G. Menke: "Comparing Rocky Marciano with
Jack Dempsey is hardly fair to the Old Man Mauler. Dempsey
never was an easy target. He fought from a crouch, had a shift-
ing, weaving style. Marciano stands up straight and is as easy
to hit as a large punching bag. Dempsey, at his best, was never
easy to hit. Anybody who wades In and picks his spots is going
to hit Marcilano' ... (Comment: Only as a hitter, and with re-
servations, have I ever compared Marciano with Dempsey. For
sheer power Marciano had few superiors. One key punch top-
ped Louis, Matthews and Walcott. That's hitting, but he
control, blueprint purpose and resourcefulness. Therefore he Is
iot a great puncner in the professional sense Dempsey was. And
I agree 100 per cent with Old Timer Menke, Dempsey wasn't an
open target. Gene Tunney once said to me: "I fought him 20
rounds and I didn't hit him one solid punch." Further evidence
of Dempsey's elusiveness is the fact he survived a savage, turbu-
lent career without one lasting mark on his features.) ,
A note from Bob Buckley, Palo Alto, Calif., who identifies
himself as "just a minor leaguer except for two weeks I spent
on the bench with the 1902 Giants...I got to New York f@P the
series, and what puzzles me was all the rave noticqs the :two
catchers. Yogi Berra of the Yankees, and Roy Campanel4a of
the Dodgers, got Why, they couldn't carry Roger Bresnaan's
shin guards-and he was the first to wear shin guard
know. Bresnahan could outrun them, outhit them and outta n
them. Purely a a receiver, I'd put Johnny Kling of the old Cub
ahead of them, and going back to Buck Ewing (Ed. note: And
that's really goimn back') of my boyhood days-well, don'trIe o
me laugh."... (Comment: Nobody around here that I kdt w of
rates Berra or Campanella with all-time greats. They Just -
pened to be the best we've got these days. And did Old ,&aer
Buckley ever see Binl Dickey or Mickey Cochrane catch?)
The Praying Colonels.
From Joe Fitzgerald, who quarterbacked the Harvard In
'20: "Every time mention is made of the Harvard-Centre cjIoege
game of 1920 the impression is given that we just did wlnfTa.
score was 31-14 in our favor and we were galloping at thifln-
ish. That was the last unbeaten team at Harvard. Pr*t*on
tied us 14-14. They went ahead 14-7 when Don Lourie ran past
me for a touchdown and a sophomore quarterback, Carlie
Buell, replaced me and got us off the hook.
"Nest year Centre came back and beat u. 6-0. I was bc-
field coach at Stanford then and later that season when Caotre
came west to play Arizona (who?) on Christmas I covered the
game for the Boston Herald. Bo McMillin, their star, told 'ae a
Memphis sports writer had named them the 'Praying Colonels.
Was it you? (Answer: No. Probably Granny Rice.) He alm" told
me about the laying: .
"'Fitz, when the fellows say all those Protestant prayer In
the huddle Imav a private Hail Mary.'...Bo was the only cth-
olic on the seuad He was a fine man and a fine player. And
your Coach of the Year dinner won't seem the same without
him."... (Comment: McMillin, then with the Indians, was,-the
Scripps-Howard winner in '45; he died early this year, a cancer
victim.)

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UNITED NATIONS. N.Y., Oct. "Let thp people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
27 (UP) The United Nations
General Assembly enteredd its
third week today withdelegates, TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1952. FIVE CENTS
intently looking for a hint from
Russia that it is ready to end the
Korean truce deadlock.
There is widespread eager-
ness among Western power de-
legations to promote talks withHuHowls Into Atlan
the Russians on the Korean |
crisis as the United States tried
-4o do through several informal A f
approaches earlier this year
For that reason, the reply that
Y. Vishinsky will make-perhapsBst a s
later today to Secretary ofst Baham as
State Dean Acheson's Friday MIAMI, Fla., Oct. 27 (UP) A to gather further data for later group, Is covered mostly by for- maftcu-Maru and a Cuban fish-
speech is awaited with something hurricane that seemingly had advisories, ests and populated by less than ing boat which broke its moor-
more than usual interest. spent its main fury after pound-I Fringes of the big blow raked 5,000 persons, most of them Ne- wings at Clenfueos. The number
Acheson emphasized that this ing Cuba and skirting Nassau Nassau briefly Saturday night proes of crewmen aboard was not
country stood ready to do every- built up again Into an 80-mile- with heavy rains and 25-mile- Full hurricane precautions known.
thing it could to achieve an an-hour howler today as it swept Inn-hour winds but the Bahamas were taken in Nassau but co-
"honest armistice." northeastward into the Atlantic capital and other islands were lonial authorities said they
If Vishinsky shows any sort shipping lanes, well battened down in advance, were unnecessary. Some 60-
of flexibility, the way will be The Miami weather bureau said; The storm had apparently mile-per-hour gusts hit the
open for all sorts of backroom in an advisory that "winds dur- spent most of its force on Cuba capital but no casualties and Big Blow Delays
maneuvers here. ing squalls were estimated at here sugar production was ex- no property damage was re-
So far, Vishinsky has not yet more than 100 miles an hour rocted to suffer a big drop be- ported. V
signed up to speak in the politi- when the center passed Cat Is- cause of the ravages of 165-mile- First damage estimates In Cu- "
cal committee during the climac- land in the Bahamas." an-hour winds to the islands' ba which suffered the brunt of
tic Korean debate an indica- But the top sustained winds mills and plantations, the vicious storm ran into the The S. Cristobal will be de-
tiorr that he has not yet received -are about 80-miles-per-ho u r Weathermen said the hurri- millions of dollars with 12 mills played one day in arriving in
his script from Moscow. iust southeast of the center," the cane, which assumed a lopsided in the central part of the island New York in, order to avoid the
It may be Acheson's almost- advisory added, shape after passing over Andros reporting severe damage and hurricanes was learned today.
three-hour "brief" requires so Ships in the storm's path Island, largest of the Bahamas more than half the sugar crop in urricane, it was learned today.
much study in the Kremlin Vi- were warned to exercise cau- chain, had winds of an estima- Matanzas and Las Villas prOvin- The Cristobal was due in New
shinsky won't be ready to reply tion. "This continues as a small ted 100-mile-an-hour today but ces ruined. York Wednesday, but will arrive
until tomorrow or Wednesday. but still dangerous storm," the only in its eastern semi-circle. Two ships were listed as miss- there Thursday morning In-
There has been some feeling weather bureau said in an- Andros Island. largest in the ing, the Japanese freighter Ya- stead.
among U.N. observers that the bouncing the tempest was mov-
Russians might try in some way ing "east-northeast to north- .
to influence the outcome of the: east at about 9 miles an hour." .
American election. The obvious Earlier, weat hermen who
possibility that occurred to many thought the hurricane was dissi- '
was that they might try to foster eating said .t "seems to have In-
a Democratic victory by sudden- tenSified again over open water."
ly ending the Korean truce dead- The hurricane today was cen-
But there is great uncertain- east of Nassau and 50 miles north 0
ty as to which party the enig- of San Salvador Island, where,
mtle Russian rulers really Columbus first landed in the
prefer in the Nov. 4 balloting.r, new world.
With the big day drawing Tne island weather station re-
near. the possibility of a dra- ported 45-mile-an-hour winds
matle move to influence the there at mid-afternoon
outcome Is dwindling fast. The hurricane left more than
It Vishinsky does come up with 100 persons injured and millions
some sign of "give" on the Rus- of dollars in damage in Cuba be-
sial part, there are numbers of fore heading into the Bahamas.
waw. in which the West could An Air Force observer esti-
S ost likely are the mated winds up to 113 miles an
The most likely are these: Ihour smacked into Pelican Cay,
) There has been little secret on the west side of narrow
that Canada's Lester B. Pearson Eleuthera Island yesterday. On
this -year's assembly president. Cat I island to the south,. a B-
hi hopes of trying to mediate hamas weather station clocked A
the 28-month-old war. All ndi- 83-mile-an-hour gusts.
cations are he has not yet made An Air Force plane was on its
any move, but is waiting for the way from Bermuda, 850 miles to I
Russians to show their hand the northeast of the hurricane,
more.
2) -India might well come to
the .forefront again, as it did in
the early days of the Koran war,. Pa .e. o ,n
dHtaWa channel between Pns l MEMBERS of the Gladys Heurtematte Ballet School line up at the bar for last-minute ex-
) Mexico's Luis Padilla Nervo eld Be W ome ercises preparatory to their forthcoming performance at the Natiomal Theater Nov. 9. The
3) Mexico's Luis Padilla Nervady with an amendment to youthful balrines shown left to right are Lu d Subia, Myrna Quifiones,, Vilma Garcia, Cam-
thIs ready with ation merican-designedt to a L6pez, Nitzia Cucaln de Martin and Odilia SolSa.
resolution appealing to the Reds America
to settle for a truce with volun- T
tarv prisoner repatriation PARIS, Oct. 27 (UP) A Sao eagern
The amendment would pro- Paulo correspondent of the inde- em nants of20-Kidnap Team
vide for giving those prisoners pendent Paris leftist newspaper VIENNA, Oct. 21 (UP)-The
unwilling to go Pome asylum in "Combat" today wrote in a front B Prag Cue Illastrated weekly
neutral U.N. countries, page article that South American believed Hid g In A tlant Vlasta reported today that
Later today the full Assembly countries appeared to favor the more fhan.100,000 Czechs are
wM.'ontinue balloting in the hot extension of the European Pay- ATLANTA, Ga., Oct. 27 (UP)- looks 40, is believed to have three "Ii the-advanced stage of al-
fia between Communist-but- ments Union (EPU) system to FBI agents and local police guns to back up his self-descrip- cehoillap,"
a4Cominform Yugoslavia and Latin America. prowled this city today hunting nation as the "three-gun maniac." Othmer Pague publications
C Oelunist Czechoslovakia for a The Idea, which was recently selt-styled "three-gun maniac" Police in Framingham believe ho recently empla;ned that even
earton the economic and social suggested in a report to the EPU, and a henchman accused of rob- may be the man who staged a se- butcher shops have opened
ct~iI. is now under study by experts in bin and kidnapping 20 persons in ries of robberies there two weeks "refreahent. corners" where
A. Paris. Combat said that the EPU a wild week of crime, ago.iI
is proposing to extend to South The third member of the hit Hopkins, who met Hill in the lqur Is sold.
American countries the benefits and run bandit team, 15-year- Florida penitentiary at Raiford
of its clearing system in Europe. old Curtis Lemay, was captured where both served time for arm- PROFESSOR IS GOOD
r' "3 The project is welcomed in at his home in Nashville. Tenn.. ed robbery, is an ex-boxer and W nO PA ,, t. UP)
v u capitals Saturday and sobbingly told all lools It
American continent. He wrote in hek-- "- a -.uth-s-alleg. ...art- Dr. Henry Lemairie, chemis-
Santiago. Rio de Janeiro or Bue- ners in crime. Police charge the trio terroriz. trYi professor at St. Michael's
nos Aires it is seen as the first in crmed Florida. Georgia and Tennew- Colege, pitched a 4.0 no hitter
definite attempt to struggle a- Presumably the FBI agents see by stealing cars, kidnaping ain a freshman softball
against the lack of dollars. searched Atlanta because of in- and robbing. At various tInsa at. to ap an Intramural
The correspondent, however, formation the baby-faced Lemay they forced 20 persons to accom-'league playif. t
devoted much space to showing gave them and agentwKline Wea- oany them, but all the hostages
how difficult it would be to put therford said there were "no in- werreleased unharmed.
The gal who has slaved oIl aft such a proposal into practice and clations that the two gunmen
emoonover a hot bridge table he warned the experts preparing had left the city." Lemay, whro has -a record of
Soer ot k the extension of the ,em at The leader of the highwaymen juvenile delinquency for robbery.
so eodofthesu9to5crmae they-will have to take into ac- still at large was identified as said he also was kidnaped a d
.jt count the local requirements of James Francis Hill, 29, Framing- forced to obey Hill's orders.
ISouth American countries. Iham. Mass., who likes to call His parents backed him up a
_--__ _" himselff a "three-gun maniac" in ,"he is nothing but a helpless
and according to I,3may once got kid."
so mad he "took an ax and chop-
Ded at one of the stolen cars as The boy Mid e met Hill
if it were an animal." WHokln n. iora with
The other was identified as other MsiwMe boys
__ Charles HopkIns, 19, Jackson- reported ic to l ey Md
yvlle. Fla. kidnaped It th. nwaym
The FBI warned that both men -'His uara y y
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pe.ts. h-$..eenQpiattBa there Enlwetokts4xwaanjet
f1' mith. .ted before d ""l'te )t It haIt
The Atomic Energ Commis- happened.
,sl ioh8ed tf.P 9 that it Surces fam-liar with what,
'wu.tt-ff test explosions at goingg on ,In te Rtomi UW4 on
Enlwtok this faul bt refused to field would not bIe irprlsed i
sa.rmueh else. a anannontcement about thi
Infoe4. sources had stated year's tests came long after the
as early awut.it Febiuary, how- fact.
evee that aW-firtiH-bonmb would The expect it to be pretty
be tstad ai tiatrumn, and the barren of Information.
monotha oL-" AMd Octo- This's the SMeaon Of unsettled
ber were .nUo :- weather at nlwetok, a fact
On IIptI 4 IYp:ari T. Dur- which puts test plans on a some-
ham tD-N C.) acting chairman wht tOntintent bass. .
of the.H Ou-Seaate Atomic Zn- Since the big jtets there have
ergy Comhlttme. said that the always been tower shots, Instead
fall tests DOuld Jnehbde "an ex- of air berst. and weather Is not
olosion Wratr ,an. has ever the cruclal'faetor It was at the
been set ff beteW'. e said the first Bikini test I 7146 When the
super -Bl4 Would "- up the bomb was dropped from an alr-
wraviB fra in tBl; % of the plane. "
Durham det- IlkP r u th ln. It.:appoeared likel- that
Durbam evIdentjwas talking the'atomic eerts I Old want
about "the hydrogen era"' to .et their work done ahead of
In the rist. the tmi clergy the weather uncertatinte of late
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WASHINGTON. Oct. 27 (UP)-
The next big atomic news ex-
pected here is disclosure that the
United States has exploded the
world's first hydrogen .super
bomb.
U.S. officials concede there is
some possibility that Russia will
beat this country to the hydro-
gen punch. But as far as anybo-
dy here knows or will say. at
least the American bomb is
out front.
It is even possible that it al-
ready has been detonated at the
Eniwetok proving ground In the
Pacific. A big and costly task
force of military and atomic ex-

Lewis Orders UMW
To End US Soft Coal
Strike 'At Once'
WASHINGTON, Oct. 27 (UP)
-John L. Lewis today ordered
350,000 mine workers to end the
nationwide soft coal strike "at
once."
Lewis telegraphed union dis-
trict leaders that he was "urg-
ing each member of our union
to return, to work at once," while
the government reviews the
coal contract wage decision.
The Wage Stabilization Board
cut 40 cents from the $1.90 daily
wage increase Lewis negotiated
with the soft coal Industry. His
telegraphed order to the strik-
Ing miners followed President
Truman's personal Intervention.
SLewis said that the appeal
filed in conjunction with soft
coal industry leaders to review
the decision made by the wage
board is pending.
"It will require a reasonable
amount of time for a review of
the attendant facts and the
reaching of a decision..
"It sla my opinion that our in-
dustry should be operating dur-
ing that period and that the
best interest of the mine work-
ers and public will thus be
served."
Lewis asked the district lead-
ers to notify all miners and re-
quest theirt fullest cooperation."

Child Drownedii
As, Family Cayco
Hits Hidden Sum'p
A two year old Panamanian
child was accidentally drowned
in the Quipo area of Oatin Lake
Saturday night during a suddeto
squall when the cayuco in which
he was riding with his parents
overturned.
The parents of Andres Jim6nez.'
the child who drowned, were rid-
ing in the cayuco together with
another son Roberto, 4, and an
eight-month-old daughter Maria
when the lake became rough. It
began raining so hard they cold
not see where they were going.
The cayuco hit a submerged
stump and overturned, throwing
all the passengers into the water.
Andrds disappeared almost at
once. The father Onofre Jime-
nez, managed to save Ro!;erto
from going down, and with one
hand righted the cayuc. I -
nez then pulled his wife, who
was swimming with Maria, into
the cayuco. -
They searched in vain for ther.
two-year-old son, who0 .IB.3 7
was recovered yesterday about 251
yards from where (be 0yS
overturned. .
It was identified and e
over to the parents for burial t
the Quipo Cemetery. ,


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