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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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PANAMA. 3. P.P TUr ~:ObOB 3, M. 1952.


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US Marines


Retake All.

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S m t sher U, aip moshtousr bombs frm artillery,
al o. flg drop m tear te bla.Kean klIes in the Pike's
and t area -In gge teran. troops putt u
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BBOUL, Oct. 28 (UP) United
ottes marines today recaptured
all.lost vital hills guardian Seol
after destroying a full Chnse
Communist regiment of moro
than 2,000 men in 36 hours of
Attaig In heavy fogs,
marines mopped up "The Hook'
and set as4outpost hills "Frism,"
Ronson anS arsaw"against
little opposition.
The Reds had captured the
heights in a "human sea" as-,
saults last Sunday night.
"We are now In complete con-
trol of the situation," said MaJ.
Gen. Edwin A. Pollock, Coim-
mander of the First Marine
vision.
"It will take a hell of a big
force to kok us off again. I comp
aider that one full Chinese sN-
* giment has been. destroyed Ilt
this fiLhting."
AUltne i tetd heights lT
on (be taefront Pear
Taismem e MWMo0 t19 a-
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atmo among tribated this morning frae the
So ant d office of Walter Huansnut, At.
encet show at lantie Side chairman beating
tear tmtght nthe namhe h aryn
e costs, ColoR Province Goven-
S r or Jose Maria Gopule. anmd
d from- the Colon City Mayor Jos D. Sa-
--rsDardle' as ^an.
. . Local talent plus selected pe.
P. losal-at formances by Arnmy pOo awl,
omtotalingbetween 15 and 20 ets.
rea under Wil- are scheduled for the
nan fage ocalj According to the show's o ,-
d tanl. Lo- ng committee, made' u of l -
Irman. r to man C. Brown, Mike La
iwuV'lto ac William Hanly, Lymn A. Bttt,
ItM Rex Archbold, Albert Labert,
0 ldA jidgard Walcott, Alfonsw_ 1d
Scombe, and Mike Kulkow .
1u.-mi aBut Meanwhile, Commn Co
5 aiMed b headquarters in Balbo reported
en1rtalnmeiVt that individual donata ins et-
SAtlmt*Uate nued to arrive, the latest -


[-pye, -rtand Paul Colemaln,
SInternational Business Mac
i -. representative..


TRANSIT


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nt near thto ott. two Red
ay their way up
i 1eep R"ertlmak Iidge" and
sldid two bune. Allied troops
quickly cleaned them out.
Other probes along the front
northeast and northwest of the
Pundhlbwl were also beaten off
without trouble. An attack a-
gainst fllper Ridge on the cen-
tral frid likewise was thrown
back.
SMeanwb from Seoul comes
word that one North Korean
prisoner de of injuries and 75
others wegh urt Sunday when
U.. guards ke up a military
drill staged by Communist pris-
oners-of-war on Koje Island.
The enclosure commander was
caped and he ordered the drill
to stop. The prisoners obeyed but
at once prisoners in another
compound in the same enclosure
lined up for another perform-
ance of the drill. '
A U.N, spokesman said "it be-
cwe obvious that a chain of in-
entional harassment was set
Uiwo U.S. infantry platoons
were then sent into the com-
ounds to restore order and the
uries followed.
A qae announcement from
th VIV. prison command gave
ad details on what happened af-
t4r the soldiers entered the com-
lbund. It merely said that 75
ximwunlsts were injured, 13 of
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fets Bail

Faith =Fat, American cock-
managereis in Panama City,
Who Ias Sen by a barroom
me early last Tuesday
underwent a second
ai on her law this morn-
I nama Hospital, where
.s taken the day after the
ever, her condition was
~tbed as good by a hospital
iman.
Foster, who also puts on
ds and Fashions" show
Z radio station HOG, was
en following discussion over
blaring of a juke box while
was making a long-distance
telephone call to David. Chri-
q1, around 1 a. m. last Tuesday
morning .
Her Jaw was fractured in
,re .aces and both her eyes
Slackened.
B iwMas. ber alleged as-
has ben turned over
Atty. Darlo Sandoval
Mf fand trial.
ord to Mas' release
alier thing bail at
sister charges that Mas
adber whlIe she and a
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Panama's vep Believed

To Discuss

Treaty Change On 'Wh(

NEW YORK, Oct. 28 -
(UP)-Panamanian Vice Pre-
sident and Foreign Minister Vestil
Josi R. Guizado told United
Press today he will go to
Washington on Nov. 4 to dis-
cuss with State Department The Canal Zone Em
officials Panamanian nego- meeting at 7 p.m. tomori
tiations for an "equitable" asked to decide whethere
annuity for the Canal Zone. creases' being withdrawn
At present the U. S. pays press its demand for a
Panam6 $430,000 annually whole Panam6 Canal se
for her rights to construct, This demand, origin
maintain, operate and de- has dropped into the bac
fend the Canal in the Zone. bold announced the post
and a hearing into them
CQuizado is in New York as Committee opinion
chief of the Panamd delega. wisdom of pressing ahea
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Disputed Evid
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F4 WHPCR 4 M6c59an lomk offtoakg Ua Ito 0 to sM9iry in
oleves the Labiosa ripa case
ak hc.'her wh e f opei or retrialin U.S.
I I flo under his w. t today after a two-
niNes tW hargA. Cla.- woman, ten-man jury was Im-
n the she auffer- panled.
ed In .when she tell Jydge Guthrie F. Crowe had
to e floor after he "puhed ruled earlier this morning that
Sher.- evidence presented previously in
Y. sday, Mtes1 "Cholo" the case, when it was tried last
Mares, proepwlter of the September. was legally obtained.
.Lo Bar Where the Miss Defense counsel Charles Rami-
Fes" i rns hl cocktaUl rez requested last week that this
lea p, exporm his digna- evidence be withdrawn because
ties omer the dent and he claimed it was obtained with-
said, he Intis to see to it out the consent of the defendant.
that the gaUty party is pan- Lablosa, a 50-year-old Puerto
sh6lto avi TO nietitUa Oel ican, is charged with statutory
any, h Sinm a4* against say rape of a 13-year-old Panaman-
of' 111 emplopS lan girl in the Navy 300 AreL.on
Maxtlnez explained that he July 4, 1951.
was nt In the bar at the time The jury consists of the follow-
of the attack on Miss Foster. ng: John J. Prill, Robert C. HerA
but w4en he found out he ia rington, Donald M. Luke. Elmer
medila*lv took the necessary j. Nordstrom, Clyde S. LaClair.
steps to protect her interests. Constance L. Bishop, Grace L.
His Indignation was centered Nadeau, Clarence W. Kilbey,
around the fact that It was the Thatcher A. Clisbee. I. F. Mcll-
first tmne In 12 years that any henny, Rudolph D. Melanson and
incilept of that nature had oc- John 0. McCoy.
curred In his establishment. The Sour witnesses who testi-
whicl-paters to a mixed Amerl- fled this morning were Dr. Joel
can-ilmamanlan trade. Shroger. W. C. Dunscombe, W.
,C. Feddv and Eldon L. Phelan.
Three others-are expected to be
Bra i Bl BuyS called in the government's be-
B seIus i half this afternoon.
Britilsh Jets District Attorney Rowland K.
Hazard told the Jury in hLs open-
RIh Dt JANEIRO, Oct. 28 ing statements that the 13-year-
(UP) The. Brazilian air force old victim was found near Mile
has stdned a contract with Bri- Post 17 on Galllard Highway on
taln's Oloster Aircraft Company the afternoon of July 4. 1951 in
to buy '0 Jet planes'- 60 Meteor a dishevelled condition, with no
singlesealer, twin-Jet fighters of shoe on, crying and hysterical
Ithe tpe presently being flown He claimed a police officer, no-
by Royal Australati Air rce s her, tried to find out what
squadrons in Korea, and 10 Me- happened. When he discovered
tear two-seater Jet trainers, she spoke only Spanish, the po-


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diver T7eWIii ml
to the spot where sue bad beer
taken by a man and said she wai
raped in a parked car.
Hazard pointed out his.witness.
es would testify the defendant
was seen driving into the areS
with a girl passenger, and about
twenty-five minutes later waj
seen leaving without the girl it
the car.


The

Judge's Bench


On two traffic violations Bran-
don Elsenman was fined a total
of $15 in the Balboa Magistrate's
Curt today. The 44 year old
Panamanian failed to stop his
car at a stop sign on Amador
Road, and was driving without a
license.
Another Panamanian, Felicito
Agrazal, 51, was also fined a to-
tal of $15 for failing to show a
valid certificate of Inspection on
his taxi. and for driving it with-
out a license.
A 36-year-old Panamanian bus
driver was fined $25 for driving
on Balboa ROad without a chauf-
feur's license. D an e Ie Lionel
Blanco. was the defendant.
For parking in a prohibited
area, a, 3-year-old American,
Thomas Bernard Idol, was placed
on one year probation.
Nora Medina de Vallarino. 24,
Panamanian, forfeited $15 when
she failed to appear in court to-
day to answer a charge of tres-
passing in the Balboa Commis-
sary annex.


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nergency Legislative Committee,
row at Diablo clubhouse, will be
r, in the event of the rent in-
i, the committee still wants to
Congressional inquiry into "tie
tup.
ally linked with the rent protest,
groundd since Gov. John S. Sy-
ponement of the rent increase,
I.
is believed to be split on the
d with the probe demand if*e
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Meanwhile in Washl
CZLC representative
Mqro Is seeking an ,I
with Seybold, who Is du
Sclital by air this aftem
BRntagon discussmIo o1
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yesterday the Governor
unable to give CZELC
Rufus Lovelady details asu
when the meet ingwould beheld
who would compose the coan
tee, and how much informatima
would be made available to th8
CZELC to help it prepare its 4 '
Seybold told Lovelady bhe6 4
be able to answer these cuesOW,
on his return from Wasdngt
Lovelady hopes to see him nt
Tuesday.
In Washington, Munroe m
he and the CZELC are prensesi
for complete cancellatlo ox
the rent increases, now due to
go into effect Dec. 7.
"We are working for cancella.
tion of the increases, and a mo-
dification of the accounting 4ys-
tem the Panama Canal Compa-
nv uses.
"I hope to see Gov. Seybold to-
morrow and a a. result of my
conference with him and other
conferences, we shall decide whkt
procedure we shall take.
"We want to know why the
company is passing the hoping
cost along to us.
"If it is because of the law,
then it is a legislative matter
and we shall tackle the problem
that way.
"If it is because of the c00-
pany's Interpretation of the
law, then it is an amdimtutra-
tive matter and we shall k
to have the inteoraetatti w-.
rected.
"We believe the company 124
interested as we are in doing the
right thing."
Lovelady said today that Itf be
is refused the infornmKtOM
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NIEWSAPfR


04?tO3ER ~,


THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNEn AN' *PuBLISt0eD OY TH1 PANAMA AMRRICAN PRESS. INC.
POUNnDO vy NELSON ROUNSIRVELL IN seas
.HARMODIO ARIAS. EDITOR .
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F* R ONe YEAR. IN ADVANCE 16 0o 24 o0

THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS 0WN COLUMN


i; THE MAIL BOX
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The Mail Box is an open forum for reodenrs of The Panama Amer.
S ices. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confi-
dentlel manner.
If you contribute e letter don't be impatient If it doesn't appear the
aext day. Letters are published in the order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions
expressed in letters from readers.


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PANAMANIAN CRAFTS
Sir:
r I should like to call to the attention of the public an un-
dertaking that I think is valuable, beautiful and yet practical,
and that is the Experimental Center of Crafts, the guiding star
of which is Diana Chiari de Gruber.
It is located in San Carlos opposite the telegraph station.
SHere Diana both teaches the various crafts and at the same

An exhibition of her products is now on display at the
JWB Gallery which is being sponsored by, the Canal Zone Art
League. Other organizations will sponsor exhibitions later.
She shows the beautiful colors of the local clay made up
into charming and useful pieces of pottery, some oven proof,
fire proof, and others glazed. The decorations are made of na-
tive dyes and minerals with which Diana is continually experi-
menting. Some of the designs are pre-Colombian while others
are original.
A collection of bateas-the most beautiful that I have seen
Sand in all sizes-gives the satisfaction derived from fine design
properly applied
Place mats woven from natural fibers dyed, and split bam-
boo are colorful and attractive. They can also be made up in
window shades.
Orders may be given for any of these articles and it would
seem to me that they would make wonderful personalized
Christmas gifts These orders may be left. in the JWB Office
:where there is a price list.
Diana's very latest work will be shown at the Annual Amer-
ican Art Week Exhibition opening Nov. 2 at the Tivoli Hotel.
t I admire very much the energy and drive that keeps Diana
studying, experimenting and producing and I feel that it is the
finest project of the kind that I have seen in any of these Cen-
tral American countries.
This pioneering spirit should be rewarded by our whole-
hearted support both financial and spiritual. So make a point
of visiting the exhibition of her crafts and also visit her-Center
In San Carlos.
-Beatrice Sturtevant Gardner, M.A.

?VEXATIOUS
K air:
It was gratifying to hear that the rent increases have been
postponed:.
However, I feel that it is only fair to inform your readers
S.-Af what I have heard.
te In order to make up this loss of revenue, it Is rumored that
the quartermaster plans to install pay toilets in our quarters.
Being a loyal Zonian. I shall not object. However, if mine
is equipped with an electric eye to check my authority card, I
shall be vexed.
-Loyal Zoafan.


COMMUNITY CHEST
It Is encouraging to read of the excellent response to the
Community Chest. Can this be due to a re-awakening of the
sens of responsibility of citizens in a democracy to all ages
anr ?:ments of the community? Or Is it due to the new or-
gs -ion of the Community Chest which gives representation
on board to all the requesting agencies, the civic councils,
the :Bmed services, and the labor unions?
\,e. must aloo appreciate the splendid publicity given this
year to the needs and the work of the various agencies. Along
this line especially worth mentioning is a letter to Girl Scout
fathers which included the detailed budget of the Girl Scout
Council and. also a statement that the expenses of the council
amounted to about $4.60 per girl for the year.
This gives a person some indication of what his contribu-
tion ought to be-$5.00 for Girl Scouts. Then, if he has a boy
in Boy Scouts that adds another $5.00.
Then he certainly ought to give as much each to the Sal-
vation Army, the U.S.O. and the International Scouts.
Many people object if all these agencies come to them sep-
arately for contributions. But does that mean that they expect
to support all :f them with what they formerly gave to one?
It seems to us that $5.00 per agency for a whole year's work
l*~not too much from U.S.-rate employes.
A t Is fun to henp these agencies to do their and our very
or ^ -A Citizen Family.


HOUSING HISTORY
In looking through some background literature about the
"atiamk Canal. I came across the book "The Panama Canal in
S-Peace and War" by Norman J. Padelford, Professor of Inter-
.tOUnal Law, Fl.tcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and pub-
lshed by the MacMillan Company, New York, in 1942.
--.-. Permit me to quote a few excerpts from the book pertain-
ing to the Canal Zone housing situation:
-"Most of the office and shop buildings are of durable
i4*Struction. requiring a minimum of annual repair. A large
percentage of the residential quarters, on the other hand,
0,.Of wooden construction.
-"Numbers of them date back to pre-1914 construction
^]Bal-t which time they were nut up as "temporary" build-
S While the" have been moved from their original loca-
tions to congenial sites, it is readilv apparent that many
have long sin.e passed the period of desirable usefulness.
"r'They are badly deteriorated. In need of constant. ex-
A&ei4tve repair and actually provide, as the Governor has
itted, housinie below reasonable standards of family shelter.
'",A large number of the cottages and multiplex dwell-
r were built in 1916. These also are in need of replace-
.. I ot. Many of the quarters are two- and four-family units.
are even some eight-family structures:.
Monotonous standardization, smallness of space, lack of
insulation between walls and floors, and obsolescence of
sanitary equipment render such places uncongenial
"This situation might not be so bad If there were an
Aabudance of suitable accommodations available in Colon
P%'anama City. But such Is not the ease.
"The quarter that are obtainable by silver employes
*rAteide of the Zone, and there are few of them any longer,
ar virtually intolerable hovels. The prices that are charged
there whether for the meanest or for luxurious places are
very high all things considered."
I uote the above merely to give an unbiased description
ofte of the houses we have been asked to pay more rent for
.. the second rent raise on these houses since Padelford
5, a- aforementioned book.
all fairness to the Administrators of the Panama Canal,
wtflrst admit that they have initiated a house building pro-
gram in the east two years and are building some decent living
quarters.
r2 .they nave torn down a good many of the original
jhhouses (of which Padelford makes no mention) iand
the others that were absolutely condemned.
3t 'fasy houses that were condemned one year ago have
be fs rinated-and the rants on them have been increased,
eme though no remodeling or repair was done. "



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Labor News

And

Comment


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... an immediate,-thorough
investigation of the railroad
lobby in the national capital
and its several states, with ape-
cial emphasis on the evil ef-
fect of their campaign in the
struggle against inflation, the
Impeding of the national de-
fense program by their efforts
to restrain a competitive in-
dustry. the peril created a-
gainst Inflation, the Impeding
of the national defense pro-
gram by their efforts to re-
strain a competitive industry,
the peril created' against the
livelihoods of thousands of
workers, and examination Into
the funds expended by Individ-
ual railroads, regional groups
of railroads and national asso-
eations of railroads to influ-
ence legislation designed to
place uneconomic and punitive
handicaps against trucking, an
essential industry in which
more workers are engaged than
In any other except agricul-
ture."


This means war by the Team-
steis Remember that if the
trucks don't roll up to the freight
yards. the trains roll empty.
Peck pointed to Pennsylvania
as a pivotal battle-ground in this
fight. The state is prossed by the
major North-South and East-
West truck routes.
If It becomes too costly for
trucks to cross Pennsylvania's
treat roads because of restric-
tions business could be affect-
ed as far off as thme OGulf of Mex-
ico and the teeming western port
cities. At the moment the gross
weight permitted on trucks cross-
inr Pennsylvania is lower than
that of surrounding states.
This rreans that trucks must
either detour, carry partalh leads
oe run the risk of overloads and
fs or watch the traffic to to
the rails at the cost of trucking
industry lobs.
eek says ths competitve ad-
vantage w created byralroad
rresue. Mxtw eetlf s tLa
oa ,a
nar ten. per aile a which
will Jump trueie in.
And set pnrecedent a a .
try
Thisis one of ckts frst bat-


By Victor Riesel
Flying as an aerial gunner in
those World War I Army crates
strung together as Diplanes, Dave
Beck learned be had to get his
shots in first and fast.
Today, as new chief of the AFL
Teamsters' Union, he's the single
most influential leader inside la-
bor, though he'd be the first to
demur his influence.
But as in the days when he pa-
trolled the North Sea against the
Boche, he's moving fast. Soon his
men will patrol America's high-
ways as they fan out in a new
million-dollar-a-year campaign
to unionize everything on wheels
and build the union, now the
world's biggest, from 1,250,000 to
3,000,000.
As we talked about the Teanm-
sters' new campaigns shortly
after he arrived at his Seattle
honrr. as the union's new presi-
dent, Beck revealed his plans to
me without bravado and with the
characteristic mildness of his off-
the-platform voice:
"We are going into every city.
We'll fight any force hurting
our members' jobs including
the railroads which are propa-
gandizing against trucking.
That'll be a king-sized battle,
one that will affect most of the
nation's businessmen.
"Vie, we're not looking for any-
thing but-what's due our people
within our rights to organize. We
are planning an intensive drive
ust as soo as soon as we get the nter-
national headquarters out of In-
dianapolls and operating head-
quarters set up in Washington.
We'll get the best men we can to
Iead some 14 different trade di-
visions.
"Then we're going to unionize
the warehouse field, garages, au-
to service stations, taxis over-
the-road (long haul) trucking
and even the 50,000 retail and
wholesale commission salesmen
who solicit off trucks and sell to
the housewives.
"There are some 800,000 In this
field and we'll unionize them.
(That would make the Teamsters
2,000,000 strong-VR).
"We expect to set up a pro- ,
gram that will cost $1,000,000 a
year in organization work for
as long as it takes- indefin- cr
itely if necessary. At the con- ,s
vention we put in a tax in- in
crease that will net us that rs
money, $6,000,000 in a five-year "
period and we'll spend every bl
cent of It." ?r
One of the first battles will t
throw the Teamsters up against i
the railroads in a strugglee be- fr
teen twomamnmoth forces, Beck is
disclosed to me. al
"We're going to meet the op- Di
position of the rails where they wl
cut into trucking. Tens of thou- Ua
sands of our men's jobs will be In
slashed unless the railroads are
stopped from propagandizing $- TI
against us." -T
This headline making story
was burled at the Teamsters' con-.
vention in a resolution Beck th
points to as vital to the under- 8e
standing of what may happen in al
the nation's transport arteries m
next year.
The resolution, quietly put in-
to the record to give the leaders' U
authority for the attack on the I
railroads, says that the conven-
tion calls fort and ^ rn**a I


THE BROADWAY SHOW doll named Carol Reeds gives CBS's weather
Stairway to the Stars: The fanfare In Detroit forecasting a touch of charm. No matter what
for Bette Davis in "Two's Company reposent.ed the barometer indlcates--she looks fair and sut-
the Motor Clity's most auspicious debut .sime the ny.
invention of the Model T. One reviewer's valea- i *
tine: "She makes an impressive and' vry per- Behind the Scenery: The-new season's aUes
suasive comedienne. She sings in an ehsy, re- are dominated by distaff stars: Be& LllH le, br
laxed voice, dances auntily and projects er per- ley Booth and Kutle Hepburn...A'Coast al
sonality convinngy." The stars swoon onstage reports Sinatra "is the No. 1 oeateaner" to Ir r
was a nightmare for Bette, but a dream for pro- Durante In the comic's blografllm. (I deo't -
ducers. The incident put the show on page one... Ileve It)...Great stars continue itw lanlg--mats
Sixteen Broadway birthdays are due before Santa the always strive for perfection: AMthufsa
lrrives. Juft are musicals...rThe oewert strght Mhlng" has been a hit for gas"nMonth
lay hits: "Brmnardine," "The Tie of th Cuo elen Hayes requested a reheasaltheother day
oo, starring Shirley Booth, and epb mhis -he so h that the high standard would b e a
llionaires."Shlrley was embraced by critics a nd ...Variety reports "Wish to W er e
Katie wasn't-but Hepb urn's str-power maske earning the highest weekly operating profm of
monkeys of aislemen by au a Mianial any show in recent yeals, thus sehump
cltle. Oracle Walter F. Keirr .Iorny orchid: of the critics".. .Lna Turners 'aIeqN e
"Miss Hepburn is beautiful, radiant, vta I want to go much deeper into g t mhe umsad al
not very good." Hm. Mr. Kerr Is a br.l[t writ-, ,...'wan! in H'wood, a sweat ,st
or, a great critic and o gentle.miL-.. S' o than a mnarty-pants, "l
premiere was another encore for .he h a- ''
tum-tiddy-umtum tempos. Reviewers hald a "aThe Story-Tellers: J. Wechsler, the Dail bul.;
y reunion with the melodies and were geia lly 's "former Communist" editor, offered 4 weael-
Mendly toward the east. worded denial after we reported he's exer
Sea e .Influence In Stevenson's esam~nEn ST e maE
The inemaha hs: -Charlie Chaln's "ime- confirms it: "Stevenson's a ech
light is a spotty blend of comedy rad ptw--- drew, In part, on a memorandam written
offering a chuckle here and a sigh ther M. ore James Wechsler. editor of the tar-to-left e
arty than artistic.. ."Captain Black JIk"o YO -Post." PFar-to-left?.. NewS lBi etim lhty
corns criminals who are guilty of comlq-. ..ea .About their eiectlo -
boredom... "Trip to A m e r i c a" is A feat ons are hedged wihf-lmt ewswek
French frolic minus the customary boudoir t 1 has the election reation ofa X sde, In-
wah.. 'Deperadoes Outpolt" displays o eluding this stunner: "Siea thM Af too
saddle-faddler you've slep through before to vote. although not w to W .
Lusty Men is a frisky fable about rodeo dae- .T~ere Arts takes Its turn attta 11m 11Mi
devils. Arthur Kennedy rides wild horses n .ea.iumnists. VeWy amusing, slower.
Susan Hayward tames wild men..."BWrln~ldd "American soldiers die EsaSe t
Rifle" has Gary Cooper executing hls ht- ed w1st use outdated wea& s amlaM- i
heroics In bangba-ng-up style... '"Te i pGen. Pentagon pronto _elMf
Fleming als a lady pirate. Her nats l w as ee the heart... 8I l i
mightier than a sword. shapee abo.yl,. t.' to Wovr... The-oI P haslhlm _h
Bowl Story" is a fumbling rkyns n. of the H-bombs horrd -Myd
blah-blah... "Red Snow" taks yoa ty the "bia1 1 m like daydreess..
and leaves you cold. Uuital counsel by Artis a
uroam YItUlan.


The Teleb
Budd," wU
performed,
rations give
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Drew Pearson Says: Barkley still has"wif ea doa"- GOf
paraphernalia includes wide rane- of gadgets an
gimmicks; House committee Whitewashes contract
toi.
SWASHINGTON.- Vice President Barkley, speakin In Ren
tucky the other day, made it clear he had watched e faimou
e Nixon telecast regarding his expense fund. 1 .
S .The Veep, who is renowned for his story telling, told his Ken.
tuckya audience:
f you folks may have wondered why I avn't been
more active In this campaign. In fact, a rumor was Wot g around
that IrWas not going to support the ticket. But you know me bet.
ter than that.
he truth Is that I was having my troubles just like the
rest of you-thanks to the drought.
"It didn't rain over in my part of Kentucky any more than it
did in yours, and so I lost part of my hay crop. .
"As a result, I had to feed the hay this summer that I was
Sxpecting to feed next winter. And since I didn't have any hay
left after that I had to sell my cattle;
"My corn wasn't much good and I had to sell the hop. And
on torthat, ope of nmy tractors turned over and almost killed
S"But," continued Barkley, emulating, the vote of t1e man
who Wants to take his place s vice president. I've stM got
wife and myuti _edo.",
._ UCAN PAAPHKBNAUA
The public is new able to buy a wide variety Q "I like



OThere is even a mall-order catalog offering all aorta of le
tlon gadgets and gimmicks put out by the ra national com* .
Smittee.
Bales are going so fart that by election day every Republic
should have either an elephant pin or e button, ote
publican" balloons floating overhead end "La'i Eruae Commu-
nism with aisenhower andNon" pencils tucked behind their
e oars."
SOne of the most popular features In the OOl P atlog is. a
bf datsdwith on
set of fluorescent footpri.t with gummed. backs. To be used on
election da, the set includes four footprints, which read: Im
'on my way,' "to vote for,. "i.senhower",and Nixon."
r eblicanc ca n ao uy a oso pnvotoaraphl of "misenhower
smilng"h or Esenhower serious" for $10 per 100 prints.
hou hNxon av h come anleling or estrious. Buto Repn ban national
chairman Arthur SummerTe, d m offered In only one ptoe-
serious, with a trace of pa smile. .G .
eA Whole album of informal hsnapshs of of the bIenhowera and
Nixons can be bought at the rate of $55 for 100 ets. Thr e' in-
,ude a picture postcard of the whole, happy Ndixon fnmlly -
thougn without Checkers, the ldoas al
oanr the women, navy blue gabardine shoulder bae with
big, fat elephant painted broadside, aM. offered at (Up er-
or double-woen, white cotton afove with red and bue elehante
can be bought for $12 per sz pars. A wide varr of pins,
brooches and earrings are also available. Even zlppd dgkel tte

Though the mall-order catalog wu printed by the Repub4
lican national committee, chairman Summerfteld took the trou-
ble to print the names of the suppliers and to urge "Important-

This should obviate tle necel tyd of keeping books at the
tional committee and thus adding to the audit of final
expenses. .l .
My late friend. William Alien White, the sage of ,3mporla


N .glbetItjlg2t sound advice in Colorado 'ic Stly, :.fIao
ed that del tful Jesle Thornton, wife of aov. Dan
was the niece of Andrew Mellon and that he was restless at be
ing what she olled firstt Ldy of a co pasture" and wanted e
go to Washingt, on with her husband as secretary of the ls#tetor.
Mrt. Thornton has now put me in my place. She write .that
she is not the niece of Atndy Mellon, that she doesn't wat to go
to Washington, and that if she ever said anything about being
'First Lady of a cow pasturet wa referring to her own beautiful
ranch in Colorado. e .t
r consider'myseld properly spanked.

The House subcommittee invtlgating shoddy consoruo
practices on Overseas air bases about to. hire an invest tor
who happen. to be one of the sie engie=who helpedlUd
the He Is Timothy Domoran working for Morrison-k
in North Africa.
It so happens that Morrisot-Knuds e one of five big n on-
tractors thtbullUt the air bases ow being probed. In other W -rd,
It would appear that DonovaoWil be ipred t Inveatdgate his
own work. ,
A spokesWian for the House subcommittee a this o.
umn that ornoan will not inyuestlIgat any of Mlorflso-Khud
son's co isttuctlon, also hat h lU.e cut off the Morrs'on-
Knurdson y no t as long as e' on, to e sai pngaroll. b
Nl ert les it seems strane that the sufentte, headed
by Congressman Riley o. South Carolina, has already issuedao.
Interim reportwhitewashing the hipanedtractor.

but the Senate labor Committee has written a plosive
blaming the Taft-Hartley Act for creating "a climate hosto
the survival of unions." p
SThis confidential, 5-page document is the result of s ish-
hush study of the Taftt.Eiley law tn actie..t coaludes:
1) The Taft-Hartimy law has made no obetrlmUton to deal-
in constructively with emer dputes."
S2) The act's defiton o eo7leeUV bargaining has relult-
ed in whittling down the statutory fomndatIons of collective jar-
gthning in good faith." "
ld) ,The non-Communist affidavit requIrement has hadhir-
tua,.y no effect on Communist domination of certain unloi* Ito
most cnspiuous ffeoet has been meneo ted tape."Sl i .
.4) Te right to strike, guaratteed underthe Tor t-Wa#dley
n law "Is being destroyed in reality bn the ylo1n that Mion-titl
s trikers have no right to vote sbequnt representocnl-
t. .a ,eiom." 1 -, .
5) The Taft-Hartley Act "has In large part. been responsible
for creation of a climate hostile to the survival of unions."*
the act iftas artly lahsm n boby ti ft0 w
ontndustries "have detria w ie
b 2ns against certain fo n of union ua*l rty."'a
g Inorger to avoid charges that t."rport piealIy


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Campaign Cash

By Pete l n

WASHINGTON- (NtA)-Republican hopes of line of medicine-show wisecracks. Here's one he
inning several Southern states in the presi- pulled at Waco, Tex.:
ential race are buoyed up by a couple of new "Senator Nixon said last Saturday night that
ctors in Dixie politics. he had to win thi4 election, so he would be in a
The first is that the regular Southern Demo- position to drive from Washington all the sec-
atic organizations have never had any oppo- ond-rate crooks. I guess he meant those who
tion from the Republicans before. Democratic took In less than $18,000."
aders don't know what to do with this oppo-
tion, and they're running scared. ** e
Any little show of Eisenhower enthusiasm is U. B. Communist 'Party will cut the sorriest
own up to the proportions of a major catas- figure of its 32-year history ih this year's eleo-
ophe and causes a yell to Washington for help. tions. Eighty of the party's top leaders have
The second factor is that because of the dis- been Indicted by the U. government for vlo.
ite over tideland oil, a lot of the big money lation of the Smith act. This Jaw, aimed against
om T1elat aidLtAsuiana o men tnp Mcti__ ooer.,ve tb ow Uh se Mam omai
going to the Republicans. In yeaT.KT rl goverlimet,; was held constitutional in 8951.
ways gone to the Democrats. That makes the Thirty-one Reds have been convicted under this
democratic campaign in the South harder to act and 13 more are on trial In Hawaii nl d
age. Instead of taking money out of the South, Pen pylvania.
he Democrats this year are having to pour It In addition the U. 8. Commie party is on: the
i And they haven't much to pour. run financially. The Daily Worker is Indulging
S in one of Its periodic appealasor funds to keep
Latest size-up on how the campaign is going: oing. And the party treasury has been drained
here's nothing to smear but smear itself, by the year-long fight against registrationbbe-
fore the Subversive A tvitles Control Board.
Sen. Robert F. Kerr of Oklahoma, who wanted In addition to whatver fees were pald'the
e Democratic presidential nomination for. him- party lawyers, Vlto Marcanto!Uo and John Abt.
If, has finally gotten over his disappointment they had to buy 14,000 pages df testimony
.d gone campaigning for the Stevenson-Spark- transcript at 40 cents a page, which coatthem
an ticket in the Southwest, peddling his usual $5600. They're screaming abdut ,It...



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T028DAT. OCTOBER 1952. THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER PAGE TA-B
O.dd i I p "A l "pu S society ... .
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....^ ,' ,, ( P n. .. .. .HORIZONTAL 3 Early ,,f ..... , , 3 7
I'000 pounds'C, s
ONI MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Robert R. McQrath is the Chair- 4 MI feet 4Le". FIRST LADY OF COLON HONORED WITH LUNCHEON ty will be given at the
. Inan of the Comitee In Charge, "glr quartS Home at Brazos Heights by t
*&t de Bat .n er af T=heoe atteIn l i mqay partlcA- loa kin At. Mrs. J90 Maria Gonlez, wife of the new Governor of BoHer Makers Union.--atunthy
ianpoag thre oe nf r. apte theodtoor 3Psa 7 Coaspaeoint i at the Provinee of Colon, was the honored guest at an elabor- night, November 1.
r M.aAlbe ld lS44 *n. oa Mr. es'doteis b'a r 14OreatLake Steefl te luncheon iveat at the Hotel Washington, Sunday. Friends who deire to t
L the Bala MrtiOt '' eB" were and national P i rnch p lural a I Jim lar presented the honoree a corsage from tend may make reserval
tMn.g o uUbrso. arlan of-- T m an, tene, Phtll Moarl bw's. Ahale ^c0, i FQuote the ladles present. She also received numerous other bouquets* calbng Walter Mauger at d-at-
.0fotelating at the cerewom,w4. udo 1. TaL I, n Americano amar and *onch]iSV- 6Nobody I IPiano pert 8 rte aypytes <
di t h.e Cra Mg trs.%coumterican Bafar eandPrech rem ave aBeNounnsuminM,43root(prefx) Mhs Rafael Aronemena gave Benjamin, Mrs. Francisco Mas- a e d po tr..
Sthe CrplI baiMagetratet C u. zaI M nvited 8mo IsUnclos es Ne1utoat 44 Sendout( i a short talk' in the names of sel, Mrs. Mercedes Mercier, Mrs....
--- hoe pblic .y cord.llay i.nattn.d o Sea eagles nc1 S To 4 ot I the friends present, and Mrs. Dionislo Villareal, Mrs. Marcel successful Msked l"
Jon Heatschel Conmissioe Zone. They are Mrs. James Ca to 21Hsrvt 2Eosues Ct 4 st Gonzalezgraciously responded. Belanger, Mrs. Gustavo Villala, The Masked Ball, which w
iesxnd ieutenant -g ,ronr of Calypso, Nprth Carolina;' .... T angoddess ,o24n erco ado 381Ci1 in '47Wo 't Mrs. Jose M. Vives, Mrs. Carlos give frnh the Coco fflArag
corddWaseiUtl received by Mrs, e. M. Alexander, of HOly- remen2as i5 e Wax Rumania all;2eror C" M J owance oa a, Mrs. G r im ad "
l:QcIhlm o a e m h edrc72 Therefore The ladies of Colon who par- Beiberach, Mrs. Julio Grimaldo, M Jud, oatrd eoening, wertl
The n ,nRus isRMents. wood. Calior iai; Mrs. ClifotrdI h4Measure of 2 f Drlobeai 4Bnglih t.clpated in the affair Included: Missi Jllma Lara, Mrs. Vicente co n olo rs W esCle
nne Mr. and rs. Amoliu hse Jen- wood Mr.alph ottn an Mrs. liford e2veiDivideees 3 WgwmFenadz41r. taEdendorsrensoone Ms.HctrtatMsean rs nan rvg
rche. .o B ral atoftheo mco s- Aan, Mrs. W. H. Rudolph and ral wlbe_ AmldPnday, N-r lnd 27m it nEdnm Mrt Antonio Alberola, Mrs. 01- Lara, Sr., Mrs. Vicente Lara. Jr., e fffo
selonr alof thear ot, John W.i Mrs. J. L. Wardlaw. a of Fort vember7at Htl lPaa- 26 Notion 28pk 42 Pems 50 Scottish river medo Alfaro, Mrs. Irmn a Burlan- Mrs. Augusto Lara, Mrs. Gilbert w a ve r suce sf

sslotdetatnilnonColgett~nsorsf theirdihhals lxy orsoilbrt3 CarJohrHhncfld rs Wl.a Mnrrs.ams uleJrJr. n Ms Jh.PassW
Henscheltothe rank of Second Lauderdale Florida. MatReservenhntP aymbeamo de 270 sterifeg H ado, Mrs. frain Calvino Mrs. Golis, Mrs, Manuel Samaniego, orAnn and mTrd
Lieu a nt, r.fe hrer Officer Tuesday Lunchoon, Club Meets pelZe. Fi feeprt1 Place ar r r r' Eduardo Castllo, -Mrs. Agtti' Mrs. Viola Denis, Mrs. Oscar ulersheote
TheCCdnlfone Fres.Pjult-a snian
to nninem s t Tdg, G r- Dio n, M rs. Gu illerm Ocana, M rs. Garidad Jim enez,
Candidate Sdonh tob or v.0 Meo me t ot daya e Ha- sent has invited the -`Winning !30Persons M O M [ was furnised by t he
vStsntoettobrT chion Club met today at the Ho-tea ofuthe o Armed Forces Col- 3Througfare Mrs. ErnestoA. tunoz, Mrs. Arm- eMrs.r. spero Melendez, Mrs. Judges of the costumes we:
Johna cous. Regna Flynn, telTvo as uests of co-hostess- etit1ve Drill to be the guests 34 Expunge lae Fernandez, Mrs. Hipolito Mrs. Sidney Passalaigue, Mrs. Captain and Mrs. J lib
inne snhias.Aong those at- a Mrs. Ralph Otten and Mrs. the evening. Team embers 35 Wiam Fernandez, Mrs. Aristides Fer- Carmen Colonge Mrs Hector nd Mrs. and r or
lndig'the KradOation exercises EarlBeltozer. o h rr-o 36 0Decimal unit a 1- 1nandez, Mrs. Anibalo Galindo, Torres, Mrs. Colon Arcia, Mrs.' first prize for a eEm-g n



a oeMaylad y lan o te ompleio ofthrt yareSergantbo a lph Pondernese o L Ms.tarioy Lonza, Mrs.4JuanVn- lioPaloenrcas, Mrs. Js .Bla-c ukywsgvn d
were John!l$oirdber, obere, who Guests Included Mrs. Jean ntarry Mulord Corporal 37Polishes tr Mrs Rr o r R don Ms A d L b tei a n
Is a studenttnao O- e cvds. Mrst.ve arr. Bh. ar r. oFreidrch les Alexy, Cororal Gilbert 39 Charts their Hirschfeld, Mrs. William zan, Mrs. James Butler, Jr., Mrs. and Mrs John Pease at-
S Pean laMr. LanenhMrs. h r. am, Pfc. James Rou lette40 Hebrew Hanly, Mrs. Neal Hatgi, Mrs. Manuel Castillo, Mrs. Enrique gedy Ann and Andy They reS



noMnla e Bot-lu Mrl ntrtandi Mrsui Mrs.M.. ilbrt GiHaroryooerBMr. arard,,det oMres.disNorwa
U rah r ers Can Rerurs.dg e, Raul Herrera, Miss B e r t I I d a Cotes, Mrs. Carlos Harris, Mrs. celen er dishs d at
omesl v, r o m Mrs. an MrJ. man Rocker.h ro Mrs. .J J. EdendPf. harlesoes. n eTure "r ia Mr .11 I Ja ueoJnJen, Mrs. Isabel Joll, Mrs. M*- Juio Vial, Mrs.-Sylvia Trevia ed by s.
Bray aTnd James Fynn. u Mrs John Crone, Mrs. W. M. -Tickets are $1.00 per person 41 Knigoht's ti tle rio Juliao, Mrs. aJorge Legui, Mrs. James Cvi ain, Mrs. Jamesi deieutenain man -
L. LHeotshel is Agraduae of Hearon, Mrs. Ira Wright, Mrs andmax be tind fr om n tl T v. -O n Mrs. maet Leogndi, Mrs. Fer az Mrsn .t Jatraed aa btl W e of a f
Balbla i eool, the ranal H. J. Quinlan, Mrs. Herbert Firman or Station on theCanal 4Stir Mrs. Humberito Leignadier, Mrs. Fernandez, Mrsr.A Ernesto Jara- d al f loia i
zohe.Junior College and ra Bthman aBrdt na d Mrs. Roy Cur- Zone. Reservations for the Ba ll 49Claiming Bec-uei o th1raes r. Mrs. Carlos Poure Es T dez Mrs Sitac Miro h el receive apr fiz .s
ntielrsity. He hat been assigned rie. will close November 5. 51e Lila' son oM h- eed -r-orale Sao Mrs. HenCar M ora- s ares Mrs.heon d re a t rnoo o
to Fort Bennint. iOorgia.. Dn oor u ae e ae Meetscs, TJr.,o Mrs. Jua ina Munoz, Mrs. or Mrsix. a Caries, Mrs. Antonio
18J0lia No rGlr DDinn er Honors Paul P. Baxter 5 itidall i ed T Julio Nino, Mrs. Gulermo Dim, G. Revllla, Mrs. Jorge Estlnoz neSt utenanto A r nollower
dlh. Pe l a Rtue l be heul H eaxte was thee edoExecuti veBo ar poseGutavooV3 Enthusiastic lMrs. Juan A. NufezM Mrs. Jorge Mrs. Luis Etinz, Sr. Mrs. Luis B ir ert
Stll5ons to atu of too Mr. Paul H. Baxter Wag the The Executive Board of the ardor w h a0 Patifto Linares; Mrs. Herbert Estitoz, Jrs., Mrs. Louis Hooper, bt harles PeranM.
UNte& States "- dtst of -honor last evening at a Balboa Woman's Club will hold 54ib e for 8:e0erso, MusldVioote ibleoRalh eioMrs.'ABeito Pab' M rs. Rad MM D
Mr. a .nd Mr.Joseph Stilson, diner rivn in the Fen Room i thetr ro d Peterson, Mrs Vwcente Rooanea, Mrs Bento Pabon, Mrs. RuoRdtydolf me w a r per ,



or. studthi talifoerni pasyd forf Vstinhaent dHootelmo oy il pTivoowli aryTusayscoum.beehod, rthtrtvEdaa VstosatCooSeoty their reoe otl etnzo 5Fes ISi hwomea pursein fro.he
tJr. 3ebtl anldets. PatY,9, of the Hotel Tivoli, oby thirt: fl- Wednesd the Da.m.bl Inl the s i h Res P m r Mrs. Carlos Icaza, Mrs. Jul Ma Burda, Mrs. Walter Hunnicutt, r nl i
Tn ton bt-to aeair 'homeIn )ow employes on the occasion of oJewi AwIfarebard Crrenter in 56 Consumnesu be b bi P mSalas, Mrs. Morris Leon, Mrs. Mrs. Marcos Morales, Mrs.. Emi- hoor ther h ot es-
I. .oginaL .
Baplare, Maorylandty lane on the completion of thirty years H 57 Japanese coin e o Stanley Leon, Mrs. Juan ven- Ilom hes Mrs. B lcd c a A t urkey was given e r d a
Tsev64 dya fourowln oanref sa y. serviOce wheU ndOid-ae ba, he me t o ThCAL oe o Cni tur, Mr. aRobenrt J r ose Ms Vlman rsn, ovrniha Miests ofdiaLpez, pri birthdy theandersar



Bgrt;oreMrlnby islah e f orne thSchoopletior of thirty GearsBIOa..57Jaan esh e fteDiboEee-e ta l olt iessol r. unPcoin amnMs .L.KekStrayee h itda aewscr
y, a aauy hseer o er i Oce 1nionmil Pr i r IAr E t ch l l sr ary b e o h Mro. Charles Whitaker, Mrs. i-a rMrs. rM. Meana Canal, Mrs. En- thi wae Mn M. Hietntr- .,
oIn he thus, whIere Imey were luany.hM rdenas 1 h Indian weight 60 ms ae "ea o tr Ender, Mrs. Charles Ender, rmaueOeenbziar, Mrs. AthlClo Far- Command o. m. iuhne.
calledby t death of their A thirty-year pir waspreEnt- Honored lDiner 2 Ind iv aiduals o e r. JosephieHcttmrs. JA rorem O r.cenaidaTrrd Mrs. evs. ere R.ven Da avrs.-aJ .l
dauh an t rer. Mrs. Anita ed the honoree. M rnembers of- the Pedro Mieuel ur Fran, I0 it r i I eh h oIice Mrs.r JosephnoIneHlty Mr Jo-rar Mrs Zenaa Torres, M e w
,%-* --- nat rinhwill *ncrtnin wth n _______________ ui11 Frankel, Mrs. Gilberto oni- Enoch Hooper, Mrs. Harry Eno, <-*o h als lKw




Mr 4Mes 1. ary.B., -Bot f aba ih andthCu ile onteArt Le ue eno Hih eolsad heC -b ailnItwitnhesaraforth l doMrs. C aro Quireo Je ,S, Mrs. ACxi a rlosRi vasMrs Fr nk in neM r
Mglade "t hol ae. thC on ann at Clue wll o eneWrtaiin r.ovisitetheyarethe Mrs. Case Retulrns. dinnerConlSaturday. Nov embr1 meds -o i Mrs. oLano an, Mrs. araosmt R ar, M s Srah Benerl and a wA *'





atoiu atan nveit minwihte r e rgei .el1oe, tteDaboGmfomEiosMrirofe as s d LouteReyncae, M r .. Os Mlo ua ig lanedfk o r Mrs.L Jack Re,Beaeywhtebrhr
house gC hest of Mr. and Mrs. From Pennsylvania n 1. honor of Mrt -Eula J. Ewing Morrow, Thursday arid Friday ans. L i c his sevc the honoree, DonaldHmr
Joh W. Towery of San Juan Mrs. Jbseph W. Casey of Ba- who pe a to leave the Isthmus from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Ho- Manuel Joly, Mrs. Carlos Mouy- Mrs. c alvina Rios and Mrs. Mi- decoraens chairman; M. .
I ple -in Ancon. where they will boa returned recently bv plane next month to make her home tel Tivoli. 0 nes Mrs. Isaac Osorlo, Mrs. Fa- riam Horna. St^ n charge of lte
beplod to receive their friends from a month' stay bIn the Untn Ws wl bian P.into, Mrs. Fernando b lei or thBra. al





bepld ortlvne -Mthidrf mriends fromainn nmonth'sla stay'!ite tie fsrvd h odon.. agg, isNeasaso Nvmer7 hepr arnemns
before their. departure. Friends ted states where she was called UmbruW of the club and all. Guild Meeting Tonight Because of. the forthcoming va, Mr Carlos Pulgr, isli n chaoftrn




frf ta Posia urtrhmb*--,a eare ofithed clu ahnd father arosPlgr MssTe 8dis nchre f h adMr. al .F t0h0 :
tayelphOne them at Balboa- because of the tilneis of hermo- other frted of Mrs.Ewn are The regiar meeting of thteAl hold weekend, contributors V asso, Mrs. Henry Simons, luncheon and the afternoon o
183l0'.. t 1n te .. t aba-: cUealhaher Mrs.fPeno lanampeyth lnsAnselilf hrPhfPh-lm'. d.terd~dialyi'enitedtrr Guild Mrsofwltheae tarheeurdreularf theeetre aahedrl tot send St areh1idaasktowetend t senHmarbealtntriuterto te Mrs Herertcoaedsoa, ws.hinataolilowoedoedeere:
C0r ,n ph I A Luke wlbe held this eve at society editors as early s pos- Gustavo Velarde, Mrs. Bn- Mrs. James Salterio, Mrs. James Birthday Dinner Party
News oap80dCednt adelphla"en A oy"monight ,t Diablo 8:30Itn e Guid ROOM sibleforth drco Torres, Mrs. Ralph BleviFord and Mrs. Aremiro
ed antnSun; Miss Blanco and Miss Yolanda entertaied with dnner -
Mr. and Mrs.. Carey..Jr, U, J. 0. Johnsen The Btlboa Little Theater pro- day columns, as well as for next pt
of rAc alg=&fS VistigPr Tuesday's coluHwe aysmn.1 Brex erhouMrs. Eida dars, Visitors at Coc io Solo-
ot.lalffornoapdfor-Veducton "Glamor Boy" will open H ween Party s Mrs. Alberto Riviera, Mrs. Hen-,*Mr and. Mrs. Leigh Cramer f
work* -f ie Canal.Zone..an- John0 -ohnson. Jr., son.x Of at 7:30 p.m. in the DiablobClub- Thursday Night The Panamuiu tmerican will not i
nonctbhf ataugte Mr nai Mrs. J Johns on Ofhose. A repeat performance will The Dlablo'Gymnasium will be bepublished or vPanam os Inde- tr, Jr. r A M oSM-






ivefrom tmheintheciflice-Nder weror thneGSna'ffean, Oonr oerrmartyrheg hee
Kathelee Cdv Carey, weight Balboa, ws 3oduated from the be given on Wednesday evening the sceneof a Hallowe'en party pendence Day, Monday. Nov. 3. ta Mrs IvoFognon Ms.M fro Pacficdewere th
evenporenid fourteen.ounces U;S. Arm 's Officers' Candidate at the same time. on Thursday. Grades one, two Contributors are again remind- ry Josie, Miss Vilma Rona, overnight guets of Captain andb
MrSa Oarey i-,the former'Ruth School. Fort Berinnng. ksorgia, and three of the Diablo Elemen- ed that all society items should Mrs. Juan Pucc1, M ss Mrs. L.L Koepke'Saturday eve-
IKupka, d ghter ofMr. and Mrs. Oct .7. 1952 %.nd. ommissioned prizes Offered for Art Exhibit tary School will have their party be sent to the society editors Grimaldo, Mrs. Frank W. Scott, riing. The group attended theed a to
obi l X nw former isthmian re-,*eiond lieutenant. h The Cardenas Gardep Club, the from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.; grades w h o s e names appear on this Mrs. Olga Keldt, Miss Carmen masked ball at the Coco Solo bI
adentk now-of Detroit, M1- He. is'spendifig' a 'week here Elks Club, the Canal Zone four, fiw and six'will meet from page. Itens -catnot be accepted Grimaldo, Miss Judith Aroeme- Officers Club Saturday evening, were given as favors.
cb n.- with hisparents before going onBranch of American Pen Women, 6:0u to 7:00 p.m. bytelehoneEat tEhe office of The na, Miss Irene Saizar, Miss 1- gt w remi?
Theaternal, grandparents are his new assignment. the Pedro Miguel Woman's Club Students of Balboa Junior and Pn -Amerlcan. If they arrive ga Salazar, Mrs. IlIa Cananas, Stag Party Planned for aret e D i
MrIa.nd Mrs. E. D. Carey. Sr., A graduate of Balboa High and the Canfal Zone Art League Senior High Schools and the Ca- by mail. it is necessary, for them Mrs. Carlos Quiroz, Mrs. Alexis Jack Ridge ban Diane Delaney, Mary r






Ur qp(1 M 14il~~~te ous wa. pp* a, r s.Ncnrtomn r.Asa eieetpryI e
Of Balboa School. the voun l.uteant was have all offred prizes in cooper- nal Zone Junior College are wel- to be re-routed to the Soiety vla M Nicanor OmanMrs. A stag retirement party is be- Sarah Barfled n Anr
"I~al~wl- -*- . .* attending Mafatled UniverSity nation with the Art League In eel- come at the Diablo Gym from Editors, which often causes de- LOUf Reyna, Mrs. Osvaldo Oua- tng planned for Mr. Jack Ridge lay w t bh
f, M ( Cr*wforf-i-eiu*M from U.S. when he was inducted 1321951. He ebration of the American Art 8:00 to 11:00 p.n. for frolics, lay. ragno, Mrs. LeonMa Sanchez, who is completing his service thehonoreeDnld Humpre
v MrsJet J; CraWford of Bal- was pne of the-fist seven men to Week. November 2 through 16. Costumes for all times are op- ...... .. Mrs. German Lem, Mrs. Eustace with the Panama Canal on Oc- Dona'sgadoter, .
baretth thus by be ldutd here.He' took basic tonal and refreshments will be. Lee, Mrs. Robert Leigh, Mrs. tober 30 and leaving for the B. WaEstrom assisted wtt





arrangements. ay s th hoid.
VS, B Mall~ Mofir" mo trataininngHnoltonulu.e All-dartists over fifteen years of served. Clemente Delgado, Miss Nna States on November 7. The par- a ^






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fror 70M49n. Duriba er . age are Invited to-show their eHe liday lS e n.
stay in ,hiio d ,-Drs.eBssflifMovie treaty Night work at thistime and arf advised Charity Barn Danes h 0 g






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Airline News Methodist School
Airline New presents Comedy

--O Play Tomorrow
irt John Coster. The Panama Methodist Sun-
R.dio on flosticrer is one ofday School will present "Accord-
adio Oficer Cost ex ri d air leng To Doyle." tomorrow night at
B.O.AC mos expeithencearly 3. :30 at the Gedd, s Hall, amid a'
00iw 0) ties W flying on dozens galaxy of color and pageantry.
00t 0ove ea r's vinteto his Cdt. Accordlini To Doyle" is a tan-
Aof nersea oilions ie has heldit talizinte cqmedv in which Ron-
on th at of dions he hasher onie after reading Doyle's: "How
Mecr" teup er pa t eIt Win Friends and Succeed In'
u o rt omp.osite.. ai Life tried flattering the Buf-
prIe-\w Sa lto p finaton Joneses. When this failed,
He remembers the tin.e when he resorted to telling the devas-I
he used to take a day to fly from tatin. truth, which caused a near
(: iro to Khartoum with three riot.
no his son lies tat se This pla will also be a lesson
tor in the Comet in two and in"ho not to sopll your chil-
,)npt-halt hours non-stop. dien and "loyalty."


iThe Ita ian yle:it ..,----. .
Vespucci which arrived in Bal- During. the war Radio Olficer
boa last Sunda' from Valparaiso). Co.ter was posted to Durban,
left, vesterdav for Italv after 52 South Africa. to serve on the
Dassen-ers deb'srkod here. "ior'sshoe flyig boat route
and it was there that John com-
pleted his education. It was
"Flying Costers" Are BOA('S there, too. that he joined the B.
Second Father-and-Son Team 0. A. C as a ground engineer in
Eighteen years aio. when 50- 1944. later becoming an engineer!
year-old B.O.A.C. Radio Officer officer cadet. The Comet is the:
Albert Coster began his airline first aircraft on which he has,
career, he used to tell his eight- served.
year-old son. John. amazin -'
stories about his flights hi the With a mere 300 to his credit
95 mph airliner in which lie so far. John is a long way be-
served. hind his father in terms of fly-
But now the boot is on the ing hours and even allowing for
other foot with a vengeance, for the much greater speed of the
Coster Junior. now 26 years old. Comet it will take him more,
has joined the B.O.A.C. Comet than 10 years to reach his fath-
fleet and is flying as an enmine- her's present total of miles flown.
er officer at speeds approach-i
Ing 500 mph along the route be- Sa:.s Coster senior: "I have
tween Britain and South Africa never put any pressure on John,
and Britain and the East. to fellow in my footsteps, al-
though I must admit that I am
The Costers have proe ided B. pleased he is doing so. Airline
0. A. C. with their second flying flying is a good, sound and fas-
father-and-son combination. In cinating career, but having bothI
fact the crew of a B.O.A.C. ser- /of us flying so frequently to dif-I
vice of the future may possibly ferent countries in different
be very much a family business hemisphere is a bit confusing for
with the crew list reading: Cap- my wife. Perhaps it's just as
tain L. V. Messenger. First Of- well our younger son, Victor, who
fleer Peter Messenger (they are is 16. has no flying ambitions -
the other pair,. Radio Officer at least not yet."


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Canal Zone School Activities
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C. H. S. News
By Various Reporters

In case you didn't hear it when we yelled it from the roof-
ops and wrote it in the skies, we won! Yes, we won the game
Iday nite! Ana we have a score of 2-0 to prove It. I won't say
t was an easy game to win, because it wasn't. CBS played a
autiful giame, but it just wasn't good enough.
BHS is mighty proud of its team, and not only the backfield,
h6 gains all the yards. The line was really playing, and we
ave Ed Benny, who Wade the two points to prove it. Congra-
ulations to the whole team, and especially to Bob Morris, cap-
Ibet T terrific Pep, Rally had something to do with our
ritory. The Pep Rally started when a tiger ran out on the gym
loor, and hid from seven ferocious cheerleaders, oops! I mean
hunters. After searching for this blue-and-gold creature from
;he other side for a few minutes, our brave heroes found It
someone told me it was Marguerite Neal, but I wouldn't believe
t if I were you) and carried it away.
Another highlight was-a group of eight guest cheerleaders,
tamely Bob QOid, Larry Keene, Tom Jenkins, Jim Jones, Ever-
tt Stacy, Ray Nickslher, Carl Widell, and Fred Cotton. They
really had the gym yelling those cheers, so loud they'll prob-
ably have to do It again sometime.
Thi "A" and "B" League All-Stars were announced at
the Iep Rally by Miss Doot*y Potter, who will be their
coach.
Their goal ai a pretty high one this year: to retain their
'B" League Championlip, .and cinch the "A" League" Cham-
ionship that they tiedjor last year. The girls chosen were
lorla -Alvarado, Edna Jeaklns, Ann Magee, Joyce Collidge,
'ranny Dillon, Nira. BRe g~ Joanie Forbes, Nina Brown, Eileen
3leakley, Toonilda Lrrina Sally McConnell and Tancy Bate-
nan for "A" Legue, and Oriana Cruz, Jan Armstrong, Nancy
Sill, Orderky Salas, Connie Treffinger, Itilvia Argona, Judy
!fcCoy. "Scotty" Scott, Dora Henriquez, Julie Page, Roma Cafil-
tales, and Pat Quinn for "B" League. They look like a pretty
iood team, no? Tilcia Feminjeas was chosen to manage the
means by Miss Potter.
The Juniors voted on their class ring Friday, and they se.-
ected a really good looking ring with a red stone. Orders will
be taken soon for both the Junior Class rings and the Senior
Class rlpgs.
Pat Hutchingi has gotten his committee busy, and soon the
Senior CIus will get another thrill. They'll be sending out their
cards and Oraduation announcements.
Toenght illU be the opening night for the first stage
produetima o4f. BS' "Glamor Boy.', Carall Addams, Lois
Speues., LUe Meyers. and Francis Boyd have been busy at
the play for.a long time now, and Mr. Subert Turbyfill, the
director, has been quite busy himself getting all ready to go
for the big night.
Nominations for the Hall of Fame for the 1953 Zonian were
collectedd Fri ay, and it won't be long before the Who's Who of
the SnIor Cilss is known to all.
The eetoral College has nothing on BHS this year! David
Speir, our American Problems teacher, Is helping his classes
senduct btn election for their choice of the man-of-the-hour.
Everyone In BBS is Invited to vote, and Friday a special as-
aembly will be held to campaign for the candidate.
Before the final word, I must remind you of the AC vs.
BRS game Thuraday. Should be a pretty thrilling game.


It's MWietim TONIGHT

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C. H. S. News
By Nancy Kariger
What a game! What a game!
That's all that can be said about
our game with Balboa on Friday
night. The two teams were dead-
locked until the third ,quarter
when a Balboa player blocked
one of our kicks and the ball
went into the end zone, thus
scoring two points foi Balboa,
the. only points scored through-
out the game. It can never be
said that the team gave up fight-
ing. for although we did not win,
we showed Balboa how hard the
"Fighting Tigers" can fight!
During half-time the Pep Club
marched out on the field for the
first time this year. The girls
formed a large "C" and looked
ve'v colorful in their blue skirts
and gold sweaters. After yelling
a few cheers they formed two
lines, one on either side of the
goal post, and s the team ran
back on to the field, showered
them with colored streamers.


After the game a large group
of CHEar's were seen at the Elks
Club dancing and enjoying them-
selves.
- One of the pepplest of pep as-
semblies was held on Friday af-
ternoon before the game. Vernon
Bryant Captain of the team,
was called upon for a few re-
marks and he gave an account of
some incidents from Coach Pa-
lumbo's college days. (I wonder
where he got his information?)
Both coaches and Prof. Beck also
said a.few words but It all came
down to: win or lose, the Cristo-
ba) Tigers would play a game to
be proud of, which they did.
The girls intramural volleyball
league ended Wednesday with
Kariger's Bearcats in first place.
Marquard's Kittens and Schel-
d., 's Alleycats were'tled for sec-
ond place, but in the play-off
Scheldegg's Alleycats came out a-
head to take second place, Mar-
quard getting third.
Friday morning before school, a
large crowd of girls could be seen
gathered around the girls' gym
door where Mils Fielder had
boosted the volleyball all-stars.
Here are the gals who made All-
Stars:
"A" League: Mary Lou Allen,
Nancy Kariger, Ann Thomas, Ar-
leneLin, Mildred Marquard. Al-


Nancy Sasso
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Thu use d be ws ree night * e u *
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Company F under the lead-
ership of Cadet Captain-Bobby
Salter, won the "Best All Around
Company" Award for the first
six weeks. Nice work, boys!
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The Annual HOmecoming
Dance was held on Saturday
n hlt in the girls' gym. Ityou did
not attend this you realt msed
something. The Girls' Vakit a da
the Boys' "C" Club did ,a 4Len.
did job on this event. .-,
The gym was decorated in blue
and gold crepe paper as was the
throne.
At 8:00 o'clock Football Queen
Nancy Kariger was crowned by
Vernon Bryant. Captain of the
team. Nancy wore a floor length
dresb of royal blue lace and net.
The girls in the court wore.balle.
rina-length yellow not drsMe.
Members of the court were: Di-
nah Sasso. escorted by Leo OM
tantine, Ann Thomas, who enter-
ed with Jim Everett, Leticia Stev-
enson. attended by Bob Orvis and
Lois Scheldegg. escorted by Lea.
lie Rinehart. Bob Salter a-
nounced each couple as they en-
Jered. Donald Humphrey, mascot
of our team carried the blue and
rola crown on a satin pillow. He
escorted little Judy Palumbo who
wore a short white nylon and net
dress.
A large crowd was on hand to
witness the coronation. When
31:30 rolled around, everyone re-
luctantly left and theme w
nothing but favorable comlmevb
on the wonderful work done b
the Varsity and "C" Club. Bright


C Z J. COLLEGE
S By Russell enon

saturday, last week, both mem-
ber. of the Student Association
and their guests as well as mem-
bes of the faculty, enjoyed the
Coronado Beach Party. Some of
the delectable consumed at the
party were: chicken and rice,
pickles, olives and cakes. Much
credit goes to Edward Castano as
well as his family, since the party
was held at the Coronado ha-
ctinda of the Castano Family.
During the course of the morn-
ing, many of the party swam,
played football, volleyball and
softball. During the afternoon,
the group danced.
On Saturday evening of this
week. the Gamma Chi is going to
sponsor a Hallowe'en party at
the Balboa Gym. Price of admis-
sion will be 25 cents for S.A.
members and 50 cents for others.
There will also be another Hal-
lowe'en Party at the Diablo-
Heights Gym. Both the B.H.S.
and C. Z. J. C., have been invited.
This particular party will take
lace on Thursday night. C.Z.J.
C. Coach Wolf will be one of the
hosts at the Diablo party.
A aroup of CZJC girl were de-
lighted to know that they
would soon have a new dormi-
tory; therefore, their residence
at the Canal Zone Guest House.
commonly known as the Hotel
Tivoli, will cease upon opening
of the new dorm.
The new dorm will be located
in the ex Ancon Police station.
The upper part of the building,
which was at "ne time men's ba-
chelor quarters, will accomm0o-
date eight girls. There will be
four rooms. each with private
shower "and two large clothes
(and what-hawv-you) closets.
Unon the installation of a
housemother, the girl's dorm will
be opened. According to last re-
port, date of opening is in the
very near future.
Question: What will the
barred cell in the Sub Station
be used for?


During Thursday evening Last!
weec. the C. Z. J. C. football team
lost to the Canal Zone Athletic
Clun by a score of 0-19.
On Friday evening, at Mount
Hope Stadium.. the C.Z.J.C.. will
plav the Cristobal Tigers.
All students who wish to return
on the 10:30 train must leave
their name in the office. Reasons
for this move are to determine
how manwstudHentsrwil return on
tIso' s Moa minmodia
(Amlbeidg eg P.R.R.


Members of the cast and their
parts are as follows? Mr. Bowen,
a Spanish-speaking custodian;
Jimee Seate. a new student: Mr.
Lyons, as Professor Pugb: Pro-
lessor Clark. as Professor Blank:
Anne Morrill, as the fabulous
freshman.
The "Crusade of Freedom" is
sponsoring a letter writing con-
test for students of the elemen-
tarv schools, junior high schools.
hlgh schools and Junior college.


James Stewart (left) and Charlton Heston come to the aid of
fallen circus ae'alist Cornel Wilde in this scene from Cecil B.
DeMille's "The Greatest Show On Earth," Paramount's Tech-
nicolor spectacle which opens Thursday at the Bella Vista The-
ater. DeMile both produced and directed the film.


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For every weapon of offense,
there is a corresponding weap-
on of defense. In today s hand,
for example, declarer tried a:
safety play, but East countered
with a talsecard. i
West opened the queen ofU
clubs, ana South won with the
king. South surveyed the situa-
tion and noted that the contract
was l icecold -if he couid draw
trumps with the loss of only one
trump trick.
The best way to handle this
kind of trump suit is to begin by
laying down the ace. It is then
possible to enter dummy and
lead another heart towards the
queen. If South suspects that
West started with the doubleton
king, he may decide to play a
low heart instead of the queen
at the second trick.
If South decides that East has
the king of hearts, he can play
the queen at the second trick,
and this play will work every
it as well as a normal finesse.
In this case both the normal


her^ on the Canal Zone. The peoples of a democratic govern-
theme of the letter must contal wment.
somtohase of an American's life The winners will receive either
here In the Canal Zone which $24 or $12. depending on which
makes us kpareciate the free- prize they win and their lette3c
doms andr rights practiced by will be read over the Free Radio
of Europe which directs its pro-
and early BSnday, a few of jhe grams to the peoples behind the
members of both clubs could be iron curtain.
seen cleaning up the gym after -
the' stcceastu dance. [


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finesse and the safety play would
have succeeded. East threw a
monkey wrench into the works,
however, by dropping the jack,
of hearts when South led the
ace.
South wondered if East had
the doubleton king-jack of
hearts or only the singleton jack.
If East still had the blank king
left, almost any play would work.
If West had the rest of the
hearts, however, it was vital to
lead a low heart from the South
hand and finesse dummy's eight.
After thinking this over care-
fully. South duly continued by
leading a low heart and finessed
dummy's eight. This, of course.
was just what East had hoped
for. He pounced on this trick
with the nine of hearts, and
drew another trump with the
king. The defenders could not
be prevented from winning a
pgan~ and a diamond, and the
contract was thus defeated.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NmWSPAF1.


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S You Sell 'em...When You Tell 'em thru PA. Classifieds! Ikes I'll Go To Koea' O e
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panama L IaUy (el4y Armisr-Adle
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n -
"WITH STEVE O Qct. 28 (UP) Govay. Adlai E. appeased in
Lewis Service S"a6n de Belleza Americano Carlton Drug Store Stevenson charged-yesterday that Dwight D. Eisenhower's in e in
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and No. 5 West 12th Street 10,059 Meldidez Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n propsedtriptoKorea y ve delayed an armistice the e
Propaganda, S.A. "I febr that the efforts of the opposition to win votes is .gi h.is
Morrison's Aencia Internacional de Publicaciones ..H street Propaganda, S.A. tudiantMinimum for 12 words. by promising a quick and easy end to the Korean war fa o a nu .
Fourth of July Ave-Phone 2-0441 N. Lottery la Phone 2-199 Phones 2-14 and 2-2798 3c. each additional word. may have delayed an armisice, or the Communists see ied ain
misce, for te Communists see nne e.
in evety sign ofweakness a change t win n advantage,/' ittabu oh.
the Democratic presidential nomisee said, be was te
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE RESORTS OMMERCIAL & "n a test of willit isdanrgeur u odppear to fiter." ?m.e tev .o pa,
Stevenson proposed a three- en LIy man or woman, who no
Household D. dilking problem? Automobiles Gromlich Santa Clara PROFESSIONAL oint program for resistnCo- ha gotten n tat "e h
& omW retecAalollatAAienynoua.sgCos o, ottages. Electric ice boxes, g s n unism in a talk at Pro de pce .W n. a',-shos e uigan- fo tten i.ntu to an ybo, at an
FOR SALE -12 place hitting hand- 2031 ASco. C. 1. FOR SALE:-Used tit ^ s r sbto vesmoderate rates. Telephone unism in a talk at rovdepe, Se Aw e
printed Japanese bone China $45. t-44 Ga boa 4-67 PedroMi- he said the ntin st Aa mthod
00. One electric mixer $10.00 PANAMA CANAL COMPANY on Automobile Row No. 29, tel.- guel. First, he s the nation Just s Ame ei the GOP am *hi
5-PhoneP3-4469. OFFERS MOTOR VEHICLE PARTS phonePanm62-4721. ATS ar should aim toward Wiping ou of getting, rid of hat man. "rd business
Phoe SAL:--9. c o- AND ACCESSORIES FOR SALE Phillip. Oceanside cottages, Santo EXPEN the squalor and misery in which We, have to destroy the re- Old Oard, bi party
t SALE:-9 Ft. 25 cycle porce- Sealed bids, for opening in public, FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet four Clara. Box 435, Balboa. Phone E E IVE GESTS. Communism breeds. P uuatlon of no inqooent masa. Mr. Truman said It as never
'Jain refrigerator. Phone Panama will be received until 10:30 A. M., door De Luxe Sedan, two-tone Panama 3.- 1877. Cristobol 3-1673. IF YOU REALLY WANT Second, he said the nation Wecandtand must do Itben ahom for men w
2-2972 or 3-4466 before Novem- November 21, 1952, for Motor Ve- green, radio, duty paid, only 6,000 O O GET RID OF THEM must guard against Communist promptly, btd in the Amer- lbe-l ideas."
Sber Ist. hicle Accessories and Ports located miles. Leaving Isthmus November Houses on BEACH at Santa Clara. infiltration of the U. S. governm- can way." "Theodore Rooevelt got out
oat the BalboaStorehouse. Excess Sole will sell for best offer over $1,- Phone SHRAPNEL Balboa 2820. USE ment. He pledged he would de- Elseihower. also took note of of t, fighting old ob Laol-
RSALE:-60 cycles Westingho Circular No. 25, Part 1, may be ob- 5000. Call Panama 3-2596 morn- vote "every effort" to that. Democratic charges that his lette t out of It, eoe tor
Ldundramat and Dryer. Exce llent M A F R I OR RENT N nally, he said, the U. ust proposed trip to Korea is a r out of t"
." n.ained from' the office of Superin- i- FOR RENT t
condition $275.00.Forterma tendent of Storehouses, Balboa, tele- FOR SALE :-1947 Plymouth 4-door Rat & M'use Kiler win the friendship.of the other "grandstand pla" designed to last week another reat,
87727. phone 2-277. Sedan De Lue 4 new tires and 5 OuMons a free peoples of the world and Make it appear that he has a fihing liberal got out of It -
SSALE:-Westinghouse refriger- Sedan D 4 new tires and containss WAR-FARIN) "bring them into a strong and "quick and easy" solution to the Sen. Wayne Morse of Orepon.
extras tires, good condition. Paint FOR RENT: -. Modern residence, solid Unit of resistance." Korean problem. The reactionary leesip"
washing machine. 25 cycle. Phone R ice for $850.00. Tel. Cristobol Arias street Cmnished Ricrdo GEO F. NOVEY, INC "We mst convince Moscow He earned tat he had no o the GOP will never let sen-
Curundu 4176. House 2123-A. _____ _7 House Aws street, Campo Alepre For 29* w-e are united before we can easy way to peace but said he hower deliver on his "pretty
S MisceilaneOs 1674. House 50 Escobal Street. information telephone 3-2843. 279 Central Ave. TeL 301 expect an armistice in Ko- would not be "deterred" in his promls," Mr. Trunan ,akl
FOR SALE: six chirs and bar $225.00. FOR SALE:--Qe small tricycle, one FOR SALE:-Ford convertible 1952, FOR RENT:-Chalet unfurnished. 47 rea," he said. efforts to find pete-by "any "assuming for the moment that
table six chairs nd bar $225.00 stroller. Cl 83-6255, house Regular or with Hi. Compression Avenida Quinta, San Francisco de H e added that: "The only criticism that "any partial he' sincere about his new
Bamboo Chaise Lounge $50.00, 2006-A, Curundu Heads 3-4 Roce Cnm. etc. Af- la Caleta, B.50.00. Monthly MODERN F IT way wew shall set peace in the wants to make." promises.
Bamboo table $10.00. House 371 ter 4 p. m. House 505-B, Cocoli, t . .N FURNITURE world is to 'be Just as deter- Speaking to 35,000 persons In
France Field. FOR SALE:-Two months old pedi- Lewis, Tel. 2-1094. FOR RENT VTrr oUR SHOW-too mined. as the Soviet leaders." Harrisburg. Elaenttowerlalld.the ty s .hesr ths remember
gree female boxer pups, fawn co- F Rl RE Stevenson accused the Re- Truman adminiatf tiona'areco that e' lasn oemeobpt
lor, vaccinated, $7.5.00 each. Te- The Union Oil Company of Cali- 811pe t r piblicans of deliberately con- on inflation i80 bad.that t hei ot yo to Cnt
lephone Panama 3-1892. Cole forn, Panamaffce, will acceptAprtments using the issues of the election cannot be dendd, Instead, he ob ft n control of Con-
Radio Pr graim 31 No. 22. bids until 12:00 Noon. November ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS "HERES" Even though it Is only one week said, the Democrats ar- resort- .AI Taft wil bea
-POea15, 1952 one Studebaker 4-door tweevnd fnve room furnished and 7tAutoWdow before'nthe election, StevensonIn to wldhg thee J tlu
FOR SALE:--Federalenlarger f6.3 Sedan,duy paid. Unit may be furnished a said, "we still don't know pre- In his whltle-atoD talks, he at the bridge redya to mew
our Community Station lens; Royal portable typewriter, inspected at U. 0. Co. office, unfurnished hertments; private TeL -U isely.what the Republicns pro- *bjJcted "bitterly' to whS he dOE U ptlroemiV l6 a- -
-our Community both very good condition. Coil front of Olympic Stadium between closed gardens 8061.. 10th Street, e to do about much of any- oaled the Democrats' I edctlon tre propa i"
Panama 3-2260. the hours 10:00 12:00 oand Nw Crltob. Telephone Colon of"bigotryntotheampaign. new Republican "tth
s2HO G 8r0o e FOR SALE:-2 boys winter coats, 2:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M. 1386. TrI rts Sxte, S. A. "On foreign policy, which "We may e.spect more wild uwad"'iandd togetherto ans-
Ssize 8 x 10 2 iron Bsketbll bs- FOR ALE-nterntionalKB-FOR RENT Shi. perhaps is our most important charges" as the campaign draw we Presdet Tuman'cam-
kets. 2 prs. boys boxing gloves, ton., pick-up in very good condi- Shipping, moving, storage. concern, they have us complete- to a close, but the- Repoblicdns paign chr and imptly ac*
Whet. 100000 People Mswing, bar-ring set for child, 2 tion. Twenty Thousand miles RoomWe pack and crate or mo iy confused. I have an idea that "are not going to play off one cled AdI E. tevenon of to-
W, 100.000 People Mom boy-scout shirts 14, and 16, I Conipoio Alforo, S ____ p c e or mov that Is by design and inten- class against another -t get a. ig "afrga" to oter.a solution
doll carriage wood, I doll bed eruvenue,, p ma. FOR RENT entrolly located fu anything. 'Phone 2-2451, tion." few vqtes," he said. t6 the Korean war.
Presents wood, 2 choirs table set, 1 upright nished room for I or 2 persons. 2562 Panam He said nobody knows how soon The nominee also red that Re. ut Scott (R-t.) le-
piano. 46th St. Riviera building, FOR SALE: Morris Minor, 4 door $40.00. From' o the. Korean war can be ended the Democrats are trying t go yelt the charge at Stevenson
--- Apt. B. Phone 3-0770. 1952. Perfect condition. Office 2-0041. r9 to 12 a. m. Tilly, "ut.wilat we aU know is that "back to the days of thenga" a heone with e. ranci
Today, Tuesday. phone 85-2165. Qtrs. 87-6247. -that day cannot -be hastened by "increasing federal power at Cas D., Andrew FP 8Shopel,
SWa n te d Po sitio n FOR SALE:- W illys Sttion W F O R R E N T P Aor by kne here the expense of the nd dual, d Geo D t.,
Wanted Directional lights, overdrive-- F R EItlsNnhowet l*nts to end President Truman, reea'lng ing gp "trfth" tafler .
3:1-The LitShow Young femalegraduate of the Pan- Hurricane engine. 2136-A. 6th. St. Miseellaneop D A.- a ndILORILLau.e the war. Stove said, he isisow sudden eevat Th
00--unny Days trial work. Experiendesired as sebln- Curund FOR RENT: Furniture to furnish O .HOURS: catching the bus"f the presidency meanwhile ear- combat in his ur
H2 a ndn y D a y s t n a l w ossrmesr k x eirie n c e d a sR ebit hn -
4:15-South of th. Border gual secretary. Phone 2-5691 Pan- Position Offered r two bedroom inprtm ntivingre St d A -- am. houl aks a tripM whea.re before s tot hin t weiceud campaign tour d
4__________o___________ tw room diningroom :apr i <* sx y -- 12no w" bhopll gO to Moto w where before setting up Sfen. Richard of uBee Mi.wet ,
4.,0--What's Your Favorite area. P. 0. Box 3656, Ancon, C.! ding rO Avenue Tel. Ip
5-i5 EN<- HZNG H C 3b12 Cominnlst plans are made, M. Nixon as a possible White The Repubtians .pBtd 'to
OI N THE AIR -- -_ Z. WANTED: Salesman or saleslady. gerator, stove and kitchen uten- ( block from oeTheatre)upant. ea fo Michigan a a
(Agencia Steer) wanted for large concern. Excel- si. Call Phone 337 At Brockton, Mass., a shoe WhIstl-stopping. traptigh the Mnndesoae Wbr .thq a IJ
5:20--WCat's Your FavorIteeL lent working condition, good so- PERS NAL center, Stevenson thanked the vote-riph M. [idWet, the Preal- ithr l advance
30(Contd)ews CZELC To lary. Write Box 323, R. of P. stat- PERSO Al. townspeople for sending him a dent said "we tlifer know wha te P i tra or dogf
30-Whats Your F r t ing oe nd experience. UMA ir 0of shoe after picture fate has In 8t or for Ol p eela.
:-Whats Your Fav o r ite ing ge and experience. HUMAN ENGINEERING. Corrective was printed in newspapers of us. I never I ott id Stte1 tU
6:00-T~4O (cd nounced (Coninued from Pae 1 ) WANTED Adjustnent of the Dody Structure. shown him wsthj ,the wouM hRh e to ot .f wZe
Seoa00--To Be Announced GeSrge D. Barb, Jr., No. IL, 7th. sole of his shoe. President 'velit. dwpo w I tas e f dto rli,.Ji
6:30-Hawaii Calls the CZELC case before the cornett, Tel. 2-383i- By o-pontment.
6:45-Lowell Thomas mittee, he will not appeal; at the Miscellaneouts St., Te. 2-.3833 . ysi h m
:0p-Ray's. A. LauNh (BBC) hearing. tWANTED:-Vacation quarters on or Pcific Socie .V MCAWith' 8" an w-is Ni. on, t"'he u*lcn vice pro. tiOa eu 'wIr' f
',7300-BLUy RIBO N (PORTSgh ) "We do have a brief prepared, about 20th of November. No PacificS ety..shot, rther th sidentialnarc- e
REVIEWb uhe sa enough to go on," wild-partieseor.,pets. Service mn (Coied from PeTREE) holin everyt tonaty" and tthe werk who we i a
7:45-American Legion Auxilia- he id. and wife. References. Coll 2-1569 0 ehwol i e- t e' 'p l o Cn w toning S. toeu h ne
:-ery ComFeature nation as to the bas of the sr L pa "__________ 'ft.Club will sponsor I Chrlst&as I. West-o-tr ea ie o prealdmnt SlAte as *t
Chtsherng ouhsno cF. 86.aarityBarn D.0nednncd B AL V LoBr es in ea lyy e the Wit ffe
8: t-ry Como Show (VOA) establishment of the new rates American couple wants modern aport- Charity Barn Dinner-Dance to AI. R M oAN eaNST n n today b Sparkman is o e ien'
8: e Wlaring and hs If we don't get this information, ment or chalet. Tel. 3-0093, Pon- le hed ortCladtr o r a tt he- a fir
"- Pennsylvantlans we'll insist on a Washington in- ara. at the Fort Clayton Officers' .vote e Trua to t, A
,,.8.:30-Frankie Masters Enter- vestigation." WANTfE- Cllaible, bd stnr- Club. Proceeds will go for Christ- l oth o replaeoplen taists hwaporkng pemoe. di lrd Keein aer rmn ithee
ane s WANTED Collapsible body strol- mas Charity. FOR YOUR REQUIREMRMT8 how "tIt Just a s st. "eeng aer ta r .dt ia
tain solsd ler. Large play pen pod. Please n h f. line troops w ence as that. he oda crOwd the me s ay
.f':0-cythm Rangers hearings to be public, has* no Admission s1.50 and Includes NATIVE LUMBER 'he iA n "atynd ure e t e te p e
7:30-Dancomn tary Lhe who epc thesMcta ll adtision1 in$150endincluden-A LLST er LsthR K oretseand Waa ts at o a.n h
S1 o playhouse (VOA) ide who might make up the American couple without childrenO participation in the entire even- AlI t ta c etso d. "nd you can prove It by o.the ot ndc r
10:00-Dance Music committee, but he would like a need 3 bedroom unfurnished ing's entertainment. Many door s" W A efen that covw ath at th to o onter
10:15--Musical Interlude CZELC representative to be a- apartment as sEon as possible. Pre- Driaes will be awarded, of which ROY WATSON defend"pitswn rltet-it ry" the ter d edete ea t onfra e .t
10:30-Variety Bandbox tBBC) mong the members, fer Bella Vista, El Cangrejo or one prize s two round trip tick- Telepkone: S-463 mineer aid. "pWen ma t 11o.den "Rember," he. declared, gal r i n I t h t he
11:00-The Owl's Nest Compo Alegre. Call Room 301, eta to Costa Rica. A beautiful A1Ma N t1o14 t h rsodtheit- "that when youaa4fcy our bal-earrr in the yoth, Baid he
11 t-0-ign w f; He considers the hearing should Hotel Tivoli. H tablecloth will be raffled. them the right tyo ouedo the ot oting only for fi rlt
t o begin not later than Nov. 20. t nemaot reanhn sdent.p o a .sore iden tha sm ano
4L~vehlay Is also pleased at Men attending this" informal One tal r reason t he wr noe
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OlyI 38 College Grid Teams Still Unbeaten, Untiei
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MARGARITA LEAGUE Gatun Electric
Navy, Gatan take fear points Malcolm 170 138 148 456
each Aces remaiain lad Irvin. g 131 150 115 396
* AihldOeg 89 145 146 380
The Navy Coco Solo team took Ba0ott 201 136 187 504
four big digits from th Luck lDougan 164 158 817 487
Strike keglers to move third ---
place ahead of the sa -e teamOi Totals 755 725 74 3 XS
by hall pot, while tun-- -
leri equalled thil teat ,! Gun Club
whipping the Post Office aia Colbert 148 182 188 498
chaning places in the standing Wlckenstad 153 158 127 438
with t Moore 159 18 1o0 477
S" Sanker 178 1 V 125 451
The Aces continued to rol a-SBartram 188 2I 183 854
lo In the top pot. Increag -- -
their lead to from 1m pes to Totals US 82 783 1418
a full two.) ig t-r"at
the expense O1 th e c. rl vir- / Ordnance
tue of a strong start th* OrWit&o Hannberg 107 -- 130 287
bal Gun Club made their wayto Woner 125 157 149 431
second' place again when *0rd; Gormley 111 133 3
nance ,dropped 3 with out a Gibson 134 88 222
fight. Olick 12~ 111 -- 287
Johnson 123 158 I39
Dave Good moved from tenth Jensen -- 154 1S 317
place In the Top Ten- td forth ______
spot roUlIg 589 for the night ota o 6 72,31 19
and making a clean swee of ndc 111 1 115
things walking off with gle
honors for the evening with a 7.14 735 84 2295
*Ordnance will hereafter be Aces
konwn as Kreach Cafe. Robinson 192 109 188 849
Team Standings pinney 180 187 15 5B2a0
Team "Won 1" Andersion 182 180 185 527
Aces 10 is Larrabee 170 159 131 460
Cristobal Gun Club' 17 11 dd .225 181 18 3 89
Navy . 13 ________
Lucky Strike 14% 13% Totalk 49 874 2o 284
Elks 14 14
Ordnanc 11% 16% gu
Gatun leetric 11 17 Louis 176 18 168 507
Post Office 10 18 Stllson 149 16R 195 512
ToN N sn120 157 200 ,488
Stewart 202 148 188 53
Bt High Series 4vgr. Karrier, 157 175 157 480
Har1yColbert7M __17F_ l____
_CIoen 575 178 Totas& s 9 0013 8 2536
Rul =574 Hand5c ap 4 4 4 12
Doc Anderson 173 817 813 912 2542
Charlie Louis 512
Ralph Robinson 555 172,A
Lloyd Moor 04 169 W Aiuiu
Wile mair 8 i89P A. .I. dUUi.p

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SWOINt 18 194 4 472h
C.Wflbt W 144 148 4 itendeV N .
T....ft 13 t;- 184- 298 Because of errors ad confia-
Benen 189 01 4 tSlon ln nitn uqualifier for
Weedeook 18& 170 19 51 the PW A t HnUlep
Johnstom 119 119 tourney, the tn or playing flrt
InatheIs has been extended to
Totals- 788 171 M MSl November 2 at 6:00 p.m.
A-complete listing of all
Navy matches for the first round
Blair 180 18M 188 471 whether they hals been played'
Stauffer 176 17 133 475 or no is made here.
Mytlnger 168 16i 170 491, There are several changes, and
Brau. 1 8 41 16 0 38 0 players are asked to noi( and
Tustin 1 13t 18 ,oerate. -." o
STrim won over Jo byde-
Totals 788 779 824 2391 fault; La Cro01 vs. Danley; Leigh
Hlandcap 14 14 28 won over Riley; 8erger-e;
na vs. va Jon;: Spaga vs.
802 779 838 2419 0 pson; Carpen er. won over
--O- ee aOfnt; Burns defeated Graham;
Poet Office Godwin vs. Humphr"e: Parks
Orier 14 142 107 391 defeated. ay; EL vY. Gbrrett:
R. Brown 122 12 144 391 Reynolds v. anda; Minor de-
Long 12e19 120 13T 3 foeatd App;equint.
M. Brown 140 142. 147 429 Mond rounds will be plVed
Watson 172 150 167 48 been Nov. 3 and Nov. 2. For
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There may be a shortage of
major ollee football to ami
with ve records w h e n
the January Bowl games come
due next yer.
The Rose Bowl game-which
annually matches the Big 10
winner and the Pacific Coas
Conference champion is set
But the other big bowls the
sugar, Cotton iad Orange-may
have to scramble tfr oig-name
teams with Impressive records
The de-emphas is movement
is the ause. Ordinarily, such
teams as Michigan statr, Mary.
land, Oklahoma, Kansas and
Duke Would be cinch picks. But
their conferences -, the Bii
Seven, a Southern --, have
banned pot-qsIa games. In
the case of Michigan State, the
Sbartans are not yet in the Big
3k but they are abiding by Bit
10 rules.
The Cotton Bowl at Dallas i
set With one team the South-
west Confzfence champion. Of-
fOclals of the Orange Bowl at
Miami and the Sugar Bowl at
New Orleash may have trouble.
gSight now, the big name
eams with bo chances include
Ttnnesee, Georgia Tech, Villa-
nova, Pen State and Ioly
Cross f those, only Villanova
and Gergia Tech still are un-
beateA.
Other teams may move front
and enter for consideration be-
fore the season ends. But, at
the hal-way mark, the de-em-
phasis drive seems to be giving
bowl officials a headache.


4 1eas9 hIn NattM Lfoom
Written foR etKX Service
QUESTIO:. There are run-
ners on secOnd and. third bae.
The catcher pickl the runner
.off third base
and a n dorun
Py follows
bsftn e, --
ally. be catch-
r chases the
nor back to
ta r base. In
0 runner
Meantime
'fromsecond
la e comes Oer
to third. With
bothh runners
standing on the
as ~ l a, the catch-
er tag the
man whom he ran back iothid.
Suddenly, tha runner who wa
tagged breaks for hmes croises
the opate and a gis the run
.hould count., ht of wrong?
-Johnny Higgns.
Answer: The wa u. be-
Cause the ateherthe
wron runnerhat
Li bflon both rmmmo were
saf& The man from hbbfis
the one who h I to tSe
Q, Who scored. he j e
point. Doe Banchard. or OIm
Davis. duru their th m -
sons (1"44-46l) with
Wallace Hughes. -,
A. Dav.,- tal" was we -ka-
chad's 221.
Q. When anrd where w the
first night football game play-
ed?-LeRoy Haines.
A. Record booW testf that
the first night ge Wasm iay
in New York's eoritial lb
Square Garedn la D ee
1891, between Ames Alon
8 taggI's Springfild, Mass.,
Training Sehool suad and Tale.
The game was Maye at mll-
might. The Ells woan, M-c.
Q. The quarterback calls for
$ punt. It's a beautiful kick,
ving the tacklers pldhty of
me to get down under the bal.
The safety man signal* for a
fair catch. grbe the ball, t4ha
sOddenly start to run. Its li
allowed ?-BllU Skiff.
A. No. If the reelver takes
mre than two steos after eB-
lbg for a fair eateh It t a ftle-
yard penalty.


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Seven Mayor Schools Ride

Crest After Rough Weekend

NEW YORK, Oct. 28 (UP)-The football took
some crazy bounces over the weekend and left only
38 teams with unbeaten, untled records.
SAmong major schools It's an last weekend as Virginia drop-
even smaller group. Only seven ped out of the select circle by
big schools still are .riding the losing to Duke, California was
crest. They include Mchi nudged aside by Southern Cal
State, with 20 consecutive .w an HolyCross was surprised
t Maryland with 18 in a row, by Syracuse.
Georgia Tech., UCLA, Duke, Only tWo schools Peru
Southern California and Villa- State of Nebraska and North-
nova. east Oklahoma State h a v e
e Three big fellows missed out gone unbeaten and untied in
L seven games. In six games, the
t list shows all the major powers
Along The FlirwayS exopt Michigan State, plus
n, .n.irw .six others Louisiana Tech.,
S--Northeast Missouri State, East
Prices for Esso, "7" Up TearnM- Texas State, Tennessee Tech.
taets to he awarded Ufatuday pt Southern Arkansas State and
Panama Golf Club Dinner-Dan"e Ottawa, Kansas.
Su ry Michigan State leads the
Saturday evening, Nov. 1, at group with five victories. The
the dinner dance to be held at others winning five are Idaho,
the Panama Golf Club, all prices Florida A-and -M, Beloit, Clar-
for the annual "Esso" and the ion, Pennsylvania Loras, Iowa;
new "7 Up",tournaments will be s1Ippensbur, Pennsyl v a n I a;
awarded. Rohester, New York; Idaho
The Enao was won Johnny state, Alfred College, Northern
MacMurray; our lading amateur, South Dakota State, Westmins-
Who took the nod over H1ector ter, Pennsylvania and two Ohio
"Rey" ValdeLs. f A schools Miami and Findlay.
Ray oden of Amator ok Those with. four straight in-
the. seoondflight.. Gene Askew elude American International
was the runner-up. fT9ia was and Brandeis both of Massachu-
quite a match. setts,- Iowa Wesleyan, St. Nor-
George Dilter won the third bert's of Wisconsin, Maryland
ght by trouncing M. arleyStte, Franklin and Marshall,
wh halist"s frtr e. -fih. Fairmont, West Virginia, Lenoir
t Medalist or me hree n Rhyne, Montclair, New Jersey
were Dr. Herb Mi ttenJr., n Teachers and the West Chester,
Lombrola and Harold Persntie. Pennsylvania Teachers.
Cipriano Pas Rodriguez, man- Pnnylvan Teachers.
ager of ssm, will be on hand to
award the pries.
The first flight of the "7 Up" 7rn tn
tournament was captured by VII IIVII
Maurice Muller. Roy Watson, the
runner-u, has been surprising |
the s lately.elih s
Raul Jr. copped th Side
second 1ighL. Rutser-up was i
R. Torres who wasn't quite ready .___
for this one or maybe the "juice
of the grape" doesn't help )is Lake Worth High School, the
game. These finalists thoroughly team that is to be Balboa High's
enjoyed their 36-hole match, Iopponent in the Isthmian Bowl
All the above named prize game of Nov. 28, is still very
winnersn muat attend the affair much In the running for their
Saturday evening. League championship. Their next
Appreciation Is hereby offered three games, all with League
to the sso Sndrd Oil Co. and teams will decide the issue for
Dior* #Ad -.1tl, makers of 7 them.
Up a fhese touMa- Altough tickets for' this high-
Monts. di r Rght of the local gridiron sea-
This iOrst dinner- son have only been on sale for
dance e Panama a week the demand has been
Golf months. All hea*r. With only 4000 *such
gtietu are tickets on sale, those planning to
Invited a e music by be on the spot witnesses to tis
Luis hestra. Make should by all means get
reserveag 3-0831. their tickets as soon as possible.
Adult tickets seil for $2.00, while
students with 8. A. cards can
secure tickets for $1.00, and ele-
S ries mentary school children for 50
cents.
Balboa High football forces,
NEW YORK, Oct. 27 (UP) currently undefeated, will be
Mrs. W. M. Jeffords' 'One Count' out to avenge to previous defeats
has virtually clinched the three- In the hands of Florida high
year-old championship. T h schools. Bth these losses re
dark brown colt turned on the administered by the perennially
steam in the last quarter town strong Miami Jackson Generals.
the *75M. Gold-Cup by nits Most fans rated the Generals far
lengths at amaicap out other local football team?
The win the seventh in class,ut that is not the case
starts. for One Count became with the 195Lak edition of the Isth-rojans.
arun-away jockey D* The1952 edition of the Isth-
a run-away when Jockey 1D7ve mian Bowl will undoubtably see
Gorman turned One Count loose to ery evenly matched teams
halfway thrOugh the mile and forth honors. The lo-
five-eits marathon. He won rids boys are expected to arrive
^fe s t -ereIn hand. a couple of days before tamer
"Alerted ran second ifi the time, and return home either the
New York feature and "Lafour- Saturday or Sunday following
the" ran third. game.
One Count paid $3.20. $2.20 and th game.
$2.20. The winning time was two
minutes and 44 seconds on a fast
track. Vawl heiA Yes
BASEBALL
Former St. Louis Cardinal
pitcher Paul Dean has been fir-
ed as general manager of the
Lubbock team of the Class "C"iDE
Texas-New Mexico League. Dean s 1 Younger
who reached fame along with oung
his brother, Dizzy. in the Cardi- Look u n g r
nal gasbhouse era held the o OUnger
Lubbock post two years. Sma maau ,emSwomuSn meSa
m-t-a This mar k rou sue tre M
FORT WORTH, Texas. Mrs. ts up Nl~t strg. elou
Babe Didrikson Zaharias is the : !t a
Texa Women's Open golf cham- n. i..ewons AS
tfor the fifth time. Mrs. Za- : fljM etAte. u e..
beat amateur Polly Riley WH a II ukerM
a Prh Worth in the 36-hole weepi, to so sad ami ."
tourney finals by a seven-and- SuIs yar kl atl sm LEaI
li arlgin at Forth Worth Sat- ,"", ar .SMe
irday. The win was revenge for e eiiasn aotMrrIa sS ee
Saharlas. who was humill-
aw 10-and-nine by Miss Riley I
Inte 1948 finals. __ ___ _


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Transito Kid Now Solid

5-3 Choice Over Walla
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The local fight experts have I
established Transito Kid a soUd
5-to-3 choice ever Sylvester Wal-
lace for their -sebeduled ten-
round bout Sun ay night at the
Panama Gym. G
The boys in the know claim
that the Kit has improved 100
'per cent enle leaving these
shores to gain fistic fame in
such countries as Colombia, Ni-
earagiia, Costa Rica and El Sal-
vador.
Since turning peo, Transito has
chalked up the brilliant mark of
46 victories in 4, bouts. However,
his workouts are the revealing
factor. The KM snakes in and
out and virtually dances rings
around his sparring mates while
I Xshing out with a terrific bar-
re of punches from all angles.
These rave notices from the
Transit Kid backers, however,
have not even given Wallace a
worry. The tall- battler from ..
Guaehapall claims he will chalk -
up a convinig knockout in or- .
der to be recognized as a lead- SYLVESTER WALLAl-
Ing contender for the 135-pound
ttle. be has greater reach, height am
Despite his brief layoff, fol- punching ability and thete aS
lowing a complicated molar ex- tributes are enough to seb Ill
traction, Sylvester seemed in the through to an easy win.
"pink" yesterday afternoon as Meanwhile, the contenders l
he belted a sparring mate all the other ten-round contest
ever the ring. He definitely ed for tbis excellent
seems to be on the upgrade. gram -O esar Leal .ON
, Wallade old shoulder ailment Worrell .- seem rarin' to g
is 'apparently well cured now They arq "razor sharp" a.id 1
and his terrific I hitting ability ly going through their paej--s
eana -be counted on to see him til fight time.
through to many victories in the A six-round semlfltHal -
f u t u r e. Sylvester's footwork four-round "special"
could take plenty of improve- out this 80-round bi rge-
ment, Judging from the slow Byron Cumberbatch shobM a
pie4ding manner In which he turn to the winner's goe~ in
fights In this 135-pound class of bout with Battling Escder wu
usually speedy fighters. will be Btafteg his firstart I
There are many who -will not six month.
be surprised If Wallace upsets Unbeaten amateur Tote VbW
the Kid in his first appearance and former Amateur Chu
before the hometown fans since liger Dias will get tlHir-tP l
his departure'. four years ago. underway with a sissnlige s
This despite Wallace's great dis- rounder.
advantage in slow footedness.
Wallace's backers argue that A rm Tt..AJ T- (I..L


Proof that the Athletic Club
Rams are going all olt to defeat
the Bulldogs this Thxusday night
is found in the fact' that they
have recruited two new players
for the game. One of these is
Barry Kennealy who will take
over the halfback spot left va-
cant by the injury to Louie De-
deaux. The other is Charlie
Becktell. former College players,
who will fill in at a guard for
the missing Jadk Alexiatis.
Balboa has never lost to the
Rams, although last year they
played to a 6-6 stalemate. This
is the gkme the Rams have been
pointing for, and they will be
going all out to gain their third
straight victory.
It won't be an easy task. how-
ever, as the Bulldogs are just as
determined to keep their victory
string on the right side. Thus
far this year they have defeated
the Rams 13-6, won the Cristo-
bal Jamboree, knocked off Col-
lege 20 to 0. and when saueeSed
past a fired up Cristobal team
2-0.
By comparative scores, the two
teams rate about even. Both
have key men out with injuries
is bound to have it effect on the
final outcome. Experience and
weight advantage will go with
the Rams, while the Bulldogs
will have youth and condition-
ing on their side. Take your pick,
but don't miss this one, for It is
certain to be another really fine
football game.

Santa Cruz Sports
Junior, Girls Olympic To Be
Staged In St. Crus Jan. 10 and 11
By HERBERT MOISE
Jose French and his St. Cruz
Civic Committee have complet-
ed plans for the Junior OGirls 0-
lympic to be staged for the first
time on Local-rate playgrounds.
This girls Olympic is a combi-
nation sporting-cultural activity.
Teams of girls 18 and under
will total over 50(1 for the two-
day outing. The Jan. 10 schedule
will Include sporting events for
the three divisions into which
the girls will separated. Numer-
ous pris8* wt be. awarded the
winners df the individual and
teams competitions.
Sunday,- Jan. 11, will climax
the. two-day festival with the
distribution of prizes and a two-
band concert. This concert will
feautre the works of Steven Fos-
ter that day h.honor of the
great American composer.

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He Plays Footlbail

Well Despite Polio
MARQUETTE, Mich.,
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Hakenjos, 17, a year ago, Jire.
sumably ending his oo 11ball
career.
The Itess left y i -
enjos with a shrivele4doUao-
tically useless left arm. But
when Marquette, Mich.,. 2ph
School practice began this 1I.1,
the 145-pound gamecock po-
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box ready to play. He. tape' his
arm to his side, operates well
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VOLLEYBALL
The managers of the La Boca
men's volleyball league held
their first meeting Friday. So
far their are five teams register-
ed and it is expected that we
will have a short, but exciting
series.
Lights are now being installed
*on the High School volleyball
court to facilitate playing at
night. ,
Tomorrow the managers will
again meet at 5:00 p.m ..on th.e>
volleyball court to make find.
arrangements. Any team wishing
to enter may send a represen-
tative to thip meeting.


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Of Korean Peace


J Talks With USSR

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Oct.
28 (UP) The United States
today issued a blanket denial of
rumors at the united Nations
that private negotiations between
the U.S. and Russia on Korea
are In progress or being arrang-
'X eo.
An official statement put out
by the American U.N. delega-
tion said:


"There is no basis in fact for
any of the current crop of rumors
that talks on the Korean gues-
S tion are going on, or are being
arranged directly or indirectly
A between the United States and
Soviet bloc representatives."
Seldom In the U.N.'s s e v e n-
y-ear history has a delegation
one to tuch lengths as issuing a
mimeographed denial of peace
rumors that filter through the
corridors.
The U.S. denial did not mean,
by a long shot, that Soviet-Am-
erican talks may not be arrang-
ed.
The U.S. has made perfectly
clear it would not be averse to
talking with the high-powered
Russian delegation on Korea.


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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR.


Convicts


PANAMA, R. P.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1952.


Threaten


To


FIVE CNTS


Throw


Guards From 40-ft. Cell Tier


: IENARD, Ill., Oct. 28. (UP.) -
More than 290 rioting convicts
demanded to speak with Gov.
Adlai E. Stevenson t od a y and
t' reatened to hurl seven captive
guards from the top of a 40-foot
tier of cells if the authorities
used gunfire to quell the riot.
The prisoners let It be known
early today that they wanted to
present their grievances about
the state prison here directly to
Stevenson, Democratic presiden-
tial candidate.
When told that Stevenson
was on a campaign trip in the
east, the prisoners said: "If he


SUTI-*.OREA-Secrpa of State Dean Acheson (left foreground)
dM the Unid, States resolution calling for an immedi-
a in Korea !nd repatriation of prisoners. Soviet spokes-
m i drel Vishlnsil (right foreground) takes notes for his
re In which he called for a seating of North Koreans
during the discussion.


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can fly there he can fly back
here."
Meanwhile, 45 state policemen
and 280 prison guards hemmed
in the rioting convicts with riot
guns but were careful not to ex-
cite any incident that might cost
the lives of the seven hostages.
The convicts began the dis-
t, -bance after supper yesterday.
They captured guards and took
possession of the east cell block.
Another riot in September was
quickly broken up when state
police shot a prisoner with a riot
gun and his screams of pain ran
through the cel block.
This time the Drisoners were
taking no chances.
They shouted threats to toss
their hostages 40 feet from the
top of the cell tier if any viol-
ence is used kgalnst them.
Lt. Governor Sherw9od Dixon,
who is acting governor when Ste-
venson is out of the state, said
in Chicago that he made ar-
ra,,gements to fly to the prison
in southern Illinois at a mo-
ment's notice.
The men riote on Sept. 22 and
23 over what they called Inade-
oaute food and other prison "-
plaints.


PRR Adds Train

For 'Colon Day'
A regular 10 p.m. train from
Col6n to PanamA will be avail-
able on Nov. 5, Col6n Day, it was
announced today by J. W. O'Con-
nell. acting master of transpor-
tation for the PanamA Railroad
Co.
However, there will be no 10
pn. tr r. n from PanamA City
that day.
The train out of Col6n next
Wednesday will make all the re-
Wlar stations stops en route to
PanamA with first and second
class accommodation.
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Mysterious Texas

Lefler Contained

Only Ceap Perfume
ATLANTA, Oct. 28 (UP) A
strongly-scented letter from a
Georgia woman that made 14
Texans violently sick was appar-
ently doused only.in "cheap per-
fume," a postal Inspector said to-
day.
A. L. P. Coggins, assistant pos-
tal inspector said today.
A. L. P. Coggins, assistant pos-
tal inspector here, said the
strange results caused by a letter
sent to the International Life In-
surance Co. in Austin, Tex., last
week seemed to be accidental and
iot a poison attempt, as was first
believed.
Fourteen employes of the com-
pany who got a whiff of the per-
fumed letter from Oglethorpe,
Ga., became ill and were treated
at an Austin hospital.
Coggins said "eight or 10 bot-
tles of cheap perfume" were
found in the home of the woman
who mailed it, but an investiga-
tion found "no indication that
anything was on the letter other
than some kind of perfume."
Texas officials were putting
the letter through laboratory
tests however, and postal author-
ities here forwarded samples of
the perfume to Austin.
"Obviously the perfume got on
the letter before it was mailed,"
Coggins said, "but indications are
it was accidental and not delib-
erate."


CONVICTED G. Edward
Grammer, 36-year-old office
manager stands convicted in
Baltimore, Md., of slaying his
wife last August by beating her
with a steel pipe and making
it look like an auto: accident
Judge Herman Moser who tried
the case without a Jury at
Oru.nwer's request termed the
convicted mtn's affair withUN
employee Mathilde Misibrocki a
"point, of no return" which
forced him to slay his wife.
Granmmer faces a death penal-
ty or life imprisonment.


Light Plane Pilot Set Out To Destroy

Hurricane--Has Not Been Seen Since


MIAMI, Oct. 28 (UP) Hope
for a 40-year-old amateur pilot
who had dreams of destroying
a vicious hurricane alone ap-
parently vanished yeste r d a y
when the Coast Guard abandon-
ed the search because of tor-
rential rains.
Gordon Clauser of Norman,
Okla., left here late Saturday in
his light plane to tame a hur-
ricane with a "cloud seeding"
process.
He believed that he could
scatter pellets in the clouds and
knock the sails out of the 100-
mile wide storm blowing at more
than 100 miles an hour a
method similar to making rain
by scattering dry ice in a thun-
dercloud.
"He felt he really had the se-
cret formula to stop a hurri-


Old Police Station

At Ancon WIN Be

Girls' Dormitory
Habitual vagrants who used to
find it convenient to loiter near
the precincts of the former An-
con Police Station in the hope of
being picked up "for a week's
rest and three-square" may face
a toughen charge if they try it
again.
Any day now. as soon as the
Canal organization can find a
qualified house mother, the old
Ancon sub-station will blossom
out with frills and furebelows as
a girl's dormitory.
Three upstairs bedrooms are
eXpected to house six Canal Zone
Junior College girls, with the
house mother occupying a fourth
room by herself.
Most CZJC students living a-
way from home have been hos-
ed during& recent scions at the
Panama Canal Guest House (-
tel Tivoll) in Ancon.


cane," Clauser's wife said at her
home I3 Oklahoma. "He slipped
off to fly to Miaal without tel-
ling me.".
l sad, however, that after
he diaper hs two asso-
ca a % prevention'"
bus tid her why he went
to .
rtas. auer said a naval of-
fieer. in ia i told her.that the
hunrrcae"atlated imysteri-
ogslyg r a' period Sat-
u rdy i the are here the
plane dlsappearte r
Ablt ta tu the hurricane
veered theastw and away
from the lortda coast.
B.ut ebefurricane forecaster
Grady Z srm ala4 no "human
Agency anything to-do with
changes t the *torm. He said
the mouata4ns of Cuba knocked
some A i punch out, and
strong wl4 currents 30,000 feet
u ld#It an a northeastward
Ct Aer, the mother of
three d to 8, said
her lorman for
Miami sre LIyat Thursday,
led test theI
f ou iself itt
b lor months
for iO hO cttould make

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Beach. Once in the air, however.
he apparently headed. fr 1he
hurricane and Its devsttg ig
winds. '
He was last heard
urday night when be
"My engine's qult .;
going down... Give '.1W 40
my wife." .
Aircraft had eeaas-Iln vtin
for a trace of Cladaseft.e Co
Guard said he could be 4'-
where within a radas of
miles" of Miami. HdauMir,
was thought to bi down ina
Florida Straits.
Meanwhile the tlhar I16 e
broke up into squalib
miles northeast f It
packed winds 6f only 80 n
hour and threatened
ping.

Wife Of Retire
Navy Empa
At Coco So
Navy employ
last night.
S8he ws
and treated
foran handh

who resides t


Farmer, Servants

Hacked To I-ath

In Kenya Terror
NAIROBI, Kenya. ct8 -(UP)
-A European farmer and his two
African servants hacked to dekth
by knife-wielding terrorists lat
night were the latest victims of
this British colony's undeclared
"black and white" war.
As reports of the murder of
farmer E. T. N. Bowyer and'two
day, Governor'Sir Evelyn Saring
appealed for a reinforcementt of
confidence among loyal Africa
of all tribes" as he opened a ses-
sion of thl Legislative Council.
Unrest has been touched off by
the terrorist Mau Mau society, a
movement pledged to oust the
white man from the colony.
Police said they believed the
gang of terrorists entered Bow-
vers' isolated farm at North Kin,
angpo, 80 miles west of here, via
the kitchen, where they encoun-
tered and murdered the two Afri-
cans. Bowyer was slain while
taking a bath. His house was
wrecked.
Baring told the council that
the governments primary con-
cern "must always be the main-
tenance of peace and good or-
der." He said: "At the moment,
the greatest need in the country
is the reinforcement of, confi-
dance among very many peace-
ful and loyal Africans of all
tribes In reserves and In settled
areas and the sApport of sound
public opinion among all Afri-
cans opposed to violence.",
Baring, who entered the Legis-
lative Council chambers through
the ranks of the tough British
Lancashire-Fusiliers, said the co-
lony was seeking more money
from Britain with which to fin-
ance the expansion of the staff.
He said that "positive meas-
ures which the gov pMent has
in mind for t.e furtherance of
the economic. agrarian and so
cial progress of the colony can-
not thrive in an atmouplawe of
unrest and anxiety, nor c-n the
economic development of Kenya
proceed at a steadily qulekeni
pace."
Baring continued by laying
that qA in the past .deermied
efforts will be made to "eIcour-
age a personal African effort at
both DiStrict and pafoe l level
to develop the colony. Both gov-
ernment and local athorftles
are alive to the importance of
providing adequate osing for
Africans In urban area."
RAIBOA TIDFS
Wednesday. Oct. 26
High Low
12:00 a.m. ............. :23 .m.
12:32 p.m. ............. 6:47 p.m.


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MEDICAL OKAX-84 John, J. Sparkman, Democratie vice-
presidential nominee leaves the Naval Medical Centero t Beth-
seda, Md., where he spent three days to recover from larynlgtis.
With the Senator are his wife (left) and hUi daughter, Mrs.
Tazewell T. Shepard, Jr.


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