The Panama American

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Material Information

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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00534

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Finance Minister of Communlt,
RoIania has been Jailed for lle
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lteitem lle med the hope
that the rtle i had bet.
-brouht to Holand!s *ttentIA.
before he had his picture taken
shaking hands with President
Juin D. ron iV n Buenos Aires.
loHlandd told a press confer-
ee~rXe thtale posItimn. of
the Ultted Mies "gov.-ernmue.
towards that of Ar*tntna Is md
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to go to another firm tfr fuses for ,
this ammo. Now itso iapIenI that ,! f
similar fuses have been. mado lt d i
tan still be made by,.ST firma.
In fact, they have *en made
expertly by the Gruen Watch Co.,1
Eastman Kodak, Hamrftn Watch
Co. and other firms on-which we
must depend to' keep, our ultri.-I
skilled machinists intt as a work
force. Yet the Girumap watchh Co.
contract for such fuie was can.-
celled last May. Hundreds lost
their jobs in and around Cincln-
'nati I'm told. A few weeks later I H
the Pentagon, which acts for FOA m-
Chief Harold Stssen, placed the DUl
three million dollar order for such
fuses in France. PRO
These millions of dollars in or- ATOI
ders help the entire- rench metal,
trades industry, In Which the Com-
mtnunist General Conederation of
Labor iN dominant. -The French
anti-Communist uios have no in-
fluence in this field. I Dudces wsWIL
plans for revolutionary strikes are
carried out the French metal in-
dustry will be disrupted. The gqv-
emrnment under Mendes France
will do little to stop Communist
strike.
What hazards are we overcom- |
ing? In view of s this, why aire
we then wipig out jobs of our own
skil ed workers?


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totg ghw-OpeclaUy In
tie plants where we-hive placed
drdes. The Communist under-
-iod eell m a re-ady for action
att our "-offshore procurement
program." This wgam was de-
V.led to make alia that "In
rte event of war, Te source if the
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zone and not subject to the haz-
-ards and delays of long and
precarious pipeline. fram the
United States." .
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government, which now t shot
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council down,. with Soviet agents?
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tract and see what aspen. The
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r *he SBoy Friend." This was r'. .i m
Maoneo to be a double-tpreasted t r- Paul Mantsu Tha Sinatra
1$ 4mtied out to be a smash'
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W Yor' legitimate critics. ; Cinerama" 10 times. Which is onl
pet, is a great spoof of the faR human because he lasted h
r musical comedies. HI- plane rom which ~te wast half of
Share the delously corny that fcind-ting flm was pho to.
s e. the d .al graphed. And a craftsman likes to
1*sssmRe: n"Up *in the attic1 admire. his work.
Sbe tle"-sand a four-gir But -Mant gets such good,
"p that poses, giggles, speaks honest kick from seeing that film
an'.d geeray Wig s, -and contemplating the next one
'ba lemee applauded for fu he'll do-tha is psirit is infe-
g *Isus af the curtain tious.
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b and Broadway had its square-faced man with greying
lm" .he en. mustache, "I've aeen 'This Is Cin.
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executive whoobviously, shall be to go tonight, I'll go with you.
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beg who knows a Enaglish. ALICE FATE (NBC-TV): Phil
s-the by Wis'rs mart. And. Harris gets himself so confused
be catches oh aieUy Now, after and mixed up. I sometimes won-
Wac.h -eapr ieue1 h, rno w der if he's got all his buttons.
es *d that whenever he hears th Elliott: Oh, he's got them, all
---'__ "screen test," be turns right, but he's just a little short
down the igls. Otes night our of button-holes.
l ere'waseI ai serious btdis. --
cule. with some mEle ess Next on the Cinerama-Mantz
m a wahlqeS. Cnamt St wdl. a ends Is an ambitious item call.
,'" troen tst"' and down went alA ., 'The seven Wonders of theI
the l'V_. m -World." For that, Mantz ond his
CaMolyn tL h w vwh v w ie& 4 -he calls it "my baby"-will
"Young At Heart went to C togra the world's seven wonde"
rn aid was ere as .Fre from the air, and throw in a few
ai was i naf a new movi extra. wonders, too.
under that tttle.,. f had an invi- $#We'll take shots of icebergs and
tAton to visit the sudoand de- Junglea nth let' sa
tided to callUPi g h,"t. Mantz. "And we Ulphotograph the
"My name is Caromlyne e sd"u thins. o -the Taj Mahal
the ae, "and I wrote a songng'twor op iand the Len
5eo n a At Heart, en o aundg Tower of Pisa "'
rad d, w said the man,. This shooting pictures from the
but soisbot already wrote a air sn't simply a matter f point.
pressa Angrthle e
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BETWtE(I EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA
STO COLOMBA, ECOUADOR, PERU ANb CHLE
M.V. "SALINA ............... .... .......... ....Oct. 14
V. "SAMANCO'"............. ........... ..Ot. 1
TO UNITED'KIjNODOM VIA CARTAGENA, HAVANA,
NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUAA, AND LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL IrACIFCO" (18,M Toa) ......Dee. ie
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SANTAND .............................Oet. S /
MrV. "SALAMANC .... ................ ....... OcL t
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD /HOLLAND AMERICA LINE.
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
8.S. "DIEMERDYK" .............. ................Oct. 17
8.S. "ARNEDYK" ................ ...............Oct. S
TO UK/CONTININT
M.V. "DALERDYWE" ............... ........... Uee. W
B.S. "LOCH AVON" .............. ...............N v. 6
All a Saaubect to r isan, Witifent .ietee
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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Great While Fleet

New Orleans Service Arrives'
Cristobal
8.S. "MARNA" ................................ tober 12
*S.S. "PLATANO" ... .................... ... O tobr 16
8.S. "AGGERIBORG" ........................October 21
A Steamer ........................ ......... ......October 30
*Handinr Refrigerated Chilled and General Cargo


New York Service Arrives
Cristobal
S.S. "VINDEGGEN" ........................O.. tober 17
B.S. "LIMON" ............. October 18
S.S. "COPAN" .. .............. ..........October 182
S.S. "MATAUAA'" ... ................October 31

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.

Special round .,p fats from Cristobat to New
York, Los A u St FruiWisco aud.
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flTe and he fe s. r
-The crew -au r Mant%, two
eameramep, isa t englaser, a
navigator-radio a, as unit
manager Art function
quite like a bomber's crew.
There's an intercom, and Mantz
gives all the oderq while airborn
"To dee tis" he said, "I
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even the Scven Directors' Guild.
But it's tga greatest thrill rye
ever had aviation." '


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CASIMIRO MORENtO:'
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I 4t least. 90 Uper cent aecur-
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Id as an authority on hurl-
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SPECIAL SALE
, "Rod Iron" and T.V.
from 1.49 up
one week Only
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- ,'".s sale immediately .
Our selftloe-of SuNH9 X.mas Display lterial
-N b -e put out as.pidly )osMible a- 1 1i
ris (unbrejabornarmetts lay
- .g I..W. 6 be o..over and ov'y galn. 'm+4
.f Ioselection andl pricd fit your purse.
We have many noW quality lines of merchandise
which will' be displayed 'e rapldib as possible.
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Pay us a viast and brow.a around and -what
we have ready to show .you w, you are under e ;
obligation to purchase but ypu're most welcome to use
our lay asIy or re plane, Viseit us often; w hav "
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DWeper Chaf, Urhf Seald and
P ly new Rasm u Ammea
Powder does!
For A Mm i spedally med
heated to soothi p otict and help
heal iriWa4 skin. hwrb amoise
taw w srf uiy-sdrh s pasoft,
It promotes -heafta by cushion-
Ig baby'I chafed skin apinst
fuq latadoutf'l a Ammp
MUdcated Powder today.
Pes -Try Amass at our ex.
pese Foz trial' size can abso-
1tel1y ft, se t p tcard with
your name an, addrm to Dept.
GK, Brist-My Co.e Hlls. i
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fU54.


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CASA ZALDO
CeQral Ave 14|


FARMACIA EL ATURNO
No. 3 Lottey Plau
FAMACIA LOMBARO
fourth of .uly AYVe.


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FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-1953 Ford Consul four-
door. with radio. Original owner.
excellent condition, low mileage,
ood rubber. May be seen at House
157. East Seventh Street, Curun.
du. Phone 83-5178.
FOR SALE.-1952 Ford 4-door Cus-
tomline, good tires, original owner.
Phone Balboa 1789.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick 4-door,
very good condition. Quarters 311-
A, Albrook 3176.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet Club
Coupe, excellent condition. 5965-
B, Smith Place, Diablo. Phone 2-
3026.-
FOR SALIE-Jeep in ooed machni-
clo eonIlben. TALLER PHILLIPS.
on Trens-lthmilan Higkhwy._
FOR SALE--Used con. very cheap.
PANAMA AUTO. S.A., No. 5, Ave.
Joes Francisce de I Osse.
WANTED
Miscellaneou.
WANTED TO BUY:-I child's snow-
suit (girl size 6. Please call 2-
3634 after 5 p.m.


FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT:-COMPLETE TOP FLOOR
for offices or other businesses. 1,
Justo Arosemeno Avenue. F. ICA-
ZA Y CIA.

Navy Quits
(Cemsl05ed from Page 1)
one debtroyer-escort, two sub-
marines and two seagoing tugs
-all part of a fall naval train-
ing maneuver have moved
west-southwest of Guantanamo.
The ships are undel" the com-
mand of commander, Caribbean
sea frontier.
There are not many big planes
In the Guantanamo bay area, a
Nay spokesman said.. Moat of
t"aa nlk theM are small utll-


FOR SALE
MieellaneMous
FOR SALE:-You know the best when
you see it. Wouldn't you like to
give a try to "BESTFIT" Suits and
Stocks? "BESTFIT" always has 'the
latest in Patterns and Styles. Santa
Ana Plaza,. Panama; 11th Street.
opposite P.R.R. Commissary, Colon.
FOR FISH FANCIERS: Complete
variety of gold fish and tropical
fish. Also tonics, foods and plants.
Inquire 7th Street No. 18, San
Francisco. Phone 3-5587.'
FOR SALE:--"Skac" sildr-poiector
with blower, 60-cycle, with carry-
ing case. Excellent condition, $25.
Sgt. Goinor, 2716-B. Sago Avenue,
Cocoli. ,-


FOR SALE:-I 2-gallon electric water
heater 'ond I Whirlpool woshift
machine, good condition. Both
$150. Apply ELGA, Peru Ave. 72.
Phone 3-4517. 1
FOR SALE:-Four new 5.50x18 tires
with tubes. House 2157, Curundu.
Phone 83-5178.

FOR RENT
Honse"


FOR RENTs To responsible party
only: 3/4--bedrom mensio, eam-
pletely'f Imoed, in moet exelusie
residential district. Suitable for
diplomat -p business execNve *of
disriminetln taste. Formeady a-
coupied by fonrign embassIes, In-
quiries iavt. Pleas phene
2-2856T fIre 4 to 7 p.m. er 3-
0393 from 8 to 9 p.m.
FOR RENT:--Two-bedroom cholet in
Belle Vista. Phone 2-2737.

MISCELLANEOUS


HAVING TROUBLE with your refri-
gerator. washing machine, air con-
ditioner? We'll fix them. Any make.
Call Panama 2-4958, Silen's Serv-
ice Shop, "home of good repair
service,' Ave. Peru & 27th Street
East, No. I3.
SILEN'S SERVICE SHOP announces its
, tew locoton: Ave. Peru.i 2&li


RESORTS .
GRAMLICH'S SInto Clarp Bfead Cot-
tages, modern convnienc, ndo-
Orate rates. Phone 6-441 or 4-5fr7.
PhINpL. Oc ld oo
Clara. o x 495. Bioab. ?ham
Panama 3-1877. %CriMbF d3-1673.


FOSTER'S COTTAGESotw mlk' past
Santa Cliar. Low rates Phone
Balboa 2-18 .


FOR .RENT


ATTENTION .L Just U40 "liodel
furnhi-port iments,'eMm top
fedrpm o h 4o l f.tl
elhone Panoma4 n -l "


FOR RENT:-4Furnih d. 6ft.mih
ed 2 & 4-bedrPoM oportmens.
C o n t a c t Alhambro Apartments,
1 OtFr Street.' Phngrm 386. Colon.


FOR RENT: CoM;ieitl e g and
twopbedroomi spelamlfts "b It.
Re&l" WuNirW. CWh D rp N.
.'to response parties. P, pr-
tisuern phone Geoe Melte, 2-
1455 laaffia Ibu s) 1-1747
I m e dn ce ). I .
FOR RENT:-Sntll furnished dport-
ment. electrical appliances. Aveni-
da Nonre No. t15, Apt. 13.


FOR RENT:-Lerpe ceel -breem
pertment in ele Vita. I -per.
tieulars phone George Molea, 2-
14551 office IMbes)[ i-1747
rsidencel .


'FOR RENT.-Cozy, furnished apart-
ment for couple O4' small family,
$70 monthly. No iills. Via Brasil
formerly Paitillo RoadI No. 121.
FOR RENT.- 2-bedroom opertrtent,
screened. Furnished $85, $0. Por-
ras Avenue No. 56. Keys Apart-
ment No. 6. Phone 2-2316 or 3-
0234.


WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY: Smootli tires,
suitable for reconstruction. Reem-
structera Naclekal, # 7 Peru Ave-
nue. Phone 2-0406.
WANTED TO BUY:--Chalet, or 2
bedrooms, in "Los Cumbres." Cash
transaction. Write to tox 2049,


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S" 1 oorne Household
lho first light p of rain CAN'T YOU AFFORD a new refriger-
Sthe -base, a otor. washing machine? Want to
wa t of 11 ph winds fix yours, any make? Call Silen's O
expected later. e Service Shop, "home of good repair
m m *ince midnight, Hael has* service." Panama 2-4958. or visit
baeek churning. up Windward. us. Ave. Perp & 27th Street East WA
S Puasge, the str ats between No. 3. We'll find ways to suit your Repr
A D S Haiti ad Cuba. needs. State
WUTY SHOP Cuba's first hurricane death land
L hii was reported ftom Santkago on! FOR SALE -Dining table & 6 chairs, fruit
B "d the treee east prd tip.of the Reasonably priced. Phone Balboa Bout
i. lllaid. A flsheh was washed' 2863, House 5186-B, Porson St. Au
s. 1 dath wle trying tof Diable. 'nalI
down't amall boats. who t
U'h tw4 Wm.thetlowna. FOR SALE: 6-strand Rattan set, tcho
7 LM 0 e salhd tydownot ex ctional sofa, 2 chairs and oto- the
the full to of the howl- man, I large coffee table, tiered to n
s uto tMao o howl^- coarer table both wlth glass tops) all
A MAS storm te'.t Oantanamo. $375; New Home console sewing
r n hiMg V e and lashing machine $65; G.E. norgle $30. All Th
1f11e 1o. ons in excellent condition. Can be seen atte,
Sore la it lt feared at 168,'Belisorio Perros. Son Fran- John
tog as tnde t the cisco, rear cottage. Mr. Gordon. Amb
hand AM=wa. s h eadeda directly for and
e. m hurricane shelters Into FOR SALE:-Three 8-ft. wide vene- Ca
iwmiomen and children were tion blinds; one RCA table radio, ered
with Ba yare quonset halts cover- 25-cycle Coldspot motor, 25-cycle litica
O' dl with earth to prevent their washing machine motor. Phone 2- with
la C IS 5 yA lown away. 2738 or 1440-C, Owrns Street. nomi
I- a"tanatown lIp, a- FOR SALE:-4-bumer gas stove, oven Ca
Sba frft -the base, and broiler. A-1 condition. Very zati
SbuletiMn were being cheap. Curundu 6257. zati
broe tri" Soin Srs InFOR SALE-Completo household fur- even
out e. arer.sehol


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11gerUr, M sd eco. 0 N-LY M
a tl a Dutch Motorritp David ONE LEFT To
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...gB~dwtf eSB t*les between Havana and
hoar Oo s: ?rAur uthor1tUe pinpoint.-
withstood the or e this morning at Cape
Dame Marte., at the extreme
rndlllotf atforof western tif of KRlti.'
S3 tfl Asit" M oL C John Richmnd, base
Eomi.d inan i t Officer at ouantan
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ASHINOTON, Oct. 12 (UP)-
esentatives ol the United
es, Australia and New Z a-
today held a particularly .
tul" secret meeting on
east, Asian. problems.
stralian Minister for Exter-
Affairs Richard G. Casey,
termed the conference "par-
arly fruitful," said results of
meeting should 'build up in-
ew forms of initiative" for
hree countries.
he three-hour meeting was'
ended by Secretary of State
i Foster Dulles, New Zealand
asador. Leslie Knox Munro.
casey.
sey said the problems 'dov-
a wide Yfield of military, po-
al, and economic matters,
special emphasis on eco-
ic problmrn.
sey said the ANI.S organ-
on has "assunped even
ter poasaee".beaue of
AN3t ot i n to havo
irile ex t oiel e." :

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rt Da Bease ..25. who


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he set the disastrous Hartford,
Conn. circus fire in which 162
persons died, now is considered
insane.
The Circleville, O., man has
been transferred from the Mans-
field Reformatory to ULma State
Hospital for the criminal insane.
Reformatory sup rintendent
Arthur Olattke said, the confess-
ed arsonist ?ad been found pay-
chotic by Or. U. Seldfberg, re-
formatory psychIatrist.
Segee was ruled legally sane
but neutrotei by psychiatrists at
Lima t1ta Hospital In Novem-
ber of IW and was then sen-
tenced to -he reformatory on
two counts of arsoa committed
in Circletile.
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andj36wered-fte 1?te~~t. partnership with big grocery chain. ntca Ii
S. tckta for the Eaton affair.
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lazlyr 1 the la i aept The strange amalgam of football and
the. Dotestante stjlon8 more and tuna. works In a very simple way, t
th former The financial result. ,
w 'port" om to 6ea The supermArket chain a to VUMkA.6
ter the ltur. are about -lotr each of those 90000 tiket. I you
as tocaJI eq a an .chandise from the sponsor, you get atco
asa 9 are about If, In- addition, you present a coupon
bullr who did o rich vi .ootball prapm advertaement of the
t ee dral Authort.,, receive ftre pounds of sugar for nothing..
t 'utloag remember a time when no or
to- out tluttonous habitat, could eat $10 worth
steoe holding wild b fact, It took a small delivery
ing brahmna p a urenha that came to 10 bucks. But
la an fine a .at oatle 1;0 in'a supermarket without half
as can be foTh grocery gridiron sch
"We are I L or a living, 52 Dudley, athletic d tor at Villan
we" a o out once. In a con th eorgia,
officer f 'WP
iod'C~ p Sation and The recent game with Mi
a coatetant ery Rodeohe ported 8O00 tracin to free e
can wt.lA with an additltag revenue of
The feof. utl the icketd up a profit of aomethft 8
as t as that bf a tournament .those olddeits of a am9 ]swt
trail golfer. Main e.
short, Dudley and t l
Sts ta as a rule, In Denver ing, .toloshing, and ye ti
dr t 1e wflft week of janu It iIn acordance
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d cq a. 1 weekend.
reguldreausas h hasn't h
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bers; a snw course W. In bel. It's mt game
to our game. f we het Red 8ox m w arer-
winning oon t- eld cournisue w ginsf a graduated ero.i
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floil tag an world champion ix
timea td earned as much as
50106 in ont season.
'ulback 1 August. Iinderman
ram into .-a common occupational
Lbasad.He was tossed iby steer
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S eaLoxf.epr es tna his ow horse--
George C. pringer A ethe toriders mabring
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 -(UP) rd dogs better than kennal-
-The Administration's latest re- dogs. Bird dogs hunt around
port on security risk firings trig- for $her food wile kenel-fed ,
ered a new political uproar to- dogs sit upon their h ahches
ay that is likely to rage until the a end e."
Congressional battle is settled in "Until I saw this story," Reu-
the Nov. 2 election., her said in his telegram to Mr.
With the crucial balloting just Eisenhower, "I had .believed we
three weeks off, Democrats and were decades past the day when
Republicans lost no time in 14- allegedly civilized men thought
jecting the report into the strug- such things, let alone expressed
gle for control of the 84th Con- them aloud and in public."
gress. "Perhaps this is another exam-
It said 6926 federal workers pie of Mr. Wilson's having a-
have been fired or forced to re-. gain put his foot In his mouth pub-
sign under the Elsenhower ad- lcly" Reuther said.
ministration's loyalty program. "I hope that this is the case. If
it isM r. Wilson should retract
Republicans promptly declared publicly and apologize to the uin.
that the report backs up their emp loed.
claims that the Administratleo "If it is not, if Mr. Wilson's
has deligetrtly ferreted out' sub- point of views is a considered opi.
Versives and other security rdsks union, he then should be. asked to
wh6 wormed their way into the retire from public life, for such' a
Federal service under 20 years of point of view is immoral and in-
Democratic rule. Pompatible with the purposes of
Democrats countered that the free government."
report was a "hoax" and "rot. The report covered- the period
No politics." They said it was from May 28, 1953, when the ad-
ddlberately rigged to lure vot- ministration set up its new pro-
of* to Republcan candidates gram, through June 30, 1954. TN
neat jhoeth. last previous, report on the pro.
The Teport was issued yester- gram, in Mah, showed 286 fir-
day by. Philip Young, chairman ings or resignations.
of the Civil .Service Commission.
It said that the'total number of The commission said 2611 em-
ousters included 2611 outright dis- ployes were f i r e d on security
missals and 4315 resignations. grounds during the 16-months pe-
Sea. Oiin D. Johton (D-S..) riod while 3 others resigned
'rankig Democi=64t.t the enat Ieore final deterqs&astion .(*e9
VI trvice, v asittee, 'c h a 1- cases. .
hl. 1. Vktat thr *tho am fAtal. he reasd


ole iica
questioned by the Senate Civil Wht
Service committee last Matrch, he rett
"couldn't ut hSa on a sin- woui
1e Co laJohnton the cedeD
Debop D.er m oiof the seph
tommitte. of 's
The report showed most of those findim
dismissed or resigned were em- Ban
played by the military services, thy s
the Veterans Administration and thatI
the Post Offlce Department. Press
These agencies employ an over- he
whelming majority of all federal Wyo
employes. the c
It disclosed one person had been The
fired by the Central Intelligence select
Agency and 74 quit while their heard
cases were under consideration. thy's
One person was fired by the A- "Up
tomic Energy,' Ootmissloh and hadp
two others resigned, it said. se


As discloaw In the March re-
port, the list Also included on dis-
missal from a "White House of-
fice." There was no elaboration
except to say subversion or sex
perversion was not involved.
The report' gald five persons
had been dismidsed from the State
Department and 207 rtslgned. It
said 70 of the cases Involved al-
leged subversive activity and 94
alleged sex perversion. One of the
three AEC cases involved subver-
sion and another ser perversion.
The breakdown by major ageb-
elel with firings listed first and
resignation second:
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Barrs .
"I tink McCarthy is censur.
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will be cta ed. arent-
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McCarthy's name !, apareatjy
didn't cMe up in arrett'a ta
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fbo4gS a payroB "by ther
-Noting that Democratic nation-
nt oal chairman Stephen A. Mitchell
had called Nixon a "'liar" on the
IB(* basis of. a news account of this
B f? statement, Hall adde&
'1.. 0 0dS by th "Mitchell Is now left holding the
.43 io i, August blg. He is also exposed as having
an .fn r oi n Perpetrated an all-time high in
terfce Was broken on poetic" .... ... '
,. ocoasiotM. During his Mitchell retorted that President
t ndt later. withCth Elsenhower said some months a-
S anal. ,h wo id t o go that communism-in govern-
ana' he worekedg for ment would not be a campaign
rn, .aiou. issue. Mitchell said this was be-
tm- ...... ..... fore "the main election and be-
A. the time of hi re- fore the prospects of a national
S Ion ,n t D1941, hewSa defeat was brought before t he
nat the nDats. president by his political advis.
see adnh s. ers.'"
Lear a his home in rSnc hat time," he said.
oala ment wil be "the Republican leadership and
i-d .angemen w. the Republican national comn-
nead later.
oe atres, in a last minute effort
Tdeceive the pDlic have reviv.
L ed the Adminlstration's securic
ross Needs I risk hoax." -'
Ne."d ; --- IMeanwhile in Detroit, CIO ps-
;,A S 'w Jdet Walter IRFUtha3ts demad.-
isnR ,Upp0 y aed that secretary '" d e fe n s
Charles E. Wilsem- "retire frmn
m 's an en' public life" or apologize for so.
Canhao has an la- herring to the nation's unemploy-.
9t1 eZoD ed as 'dogs."
tn11m ro In an angry telegram to Pres.
rpI y f th s of ident Eiaenhower, Reuther said
s ;.01ocl..al_ 1edrn's he was "shocked" at Wilson's..e-
early exVhaWted, it marks made at a news confer-
.ced. o**;, ,ence yeste'day.
PcaN beA'br anyj Wilson,.In answer to news.
ae Amq a n _I o amen's questles ,about unem.
nea.l Af- ployment, said: AWhile I have
High- .sympaity for tbe Jibless and
labor ,. r t I also like
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slon in n618cases wM e there was The Ci v Service Cummisn '
evidence ainsabt 2272 em The hM 14 U HlrVlCt imisslOn
indicating convictions for fiehad whdismissals e nd 29ererig I
or misdemeanors. fense Administration coated four
Hall was seconded by Sen. Karl firings and three resgnations. I
E. Mundt (R-S.D.), a member of There were 41 firrings and 131
the McCarthy investigati.ng 'com- relations in the Department of
mittee. who said "th n Health, Education and Welfare. |
shocked beyond be ief t Of these, 53 involved alleged sub-1
tnat the Federal government har- version and. 1 sex Perverion.
bored the Tr aAc he on. Claims -commission, the Inter.
most sensitive departments of the dism sl. d S eSo, 4g, a ins 1 o -
government." subversion ni
Mundt particularly cited the a I
figures for the Central Intelli- Several agencies had spotless *
gene Agency. He said apolo- records including the Indian i
gists for the 'trumaa-Acheuon- Claims Commlsson, the Inter-
Stevenson wing" of the' Demo. national Boundary and Water *
cratic Party can be expected to Camasalon, the Budget Bu.-
minimise the report, "but the reau, Federal Power Commis. ,
cold brutal faet is that the Tru. sion, the Nhtlnal Mediation
man administration permitted Board atd the National Seruri-
these security risks to Infiltrate ty Council.
the government." President Eisenhower will make
But Johnston railed the report a major farm speech at Indiaa-ke
a "sorry hoaz" aud a "numbers polis, Ind., Friday night on his a
racket" intended, to "mislead the way back to Washington t h e
public" into believing that thou- summer Whlie House at Denver
sands of Communists, t r a it ors was announced. .
and spies .have been caught and The Indiana GOC Co mitoe .
driven from'the government." said the Pmesident's speech-wouMn5
He said he was asking chair- be made at a big political rally .
_qan Frank Carlson (R-Kan.) of Acting White House press seef ,
the Senate Civil Service commit- retay .Murray -snyder said thet
tee to call adminftdaton officials President would net, spend the
to testify- aboqt the report under night in Indianapolis but would'
oath before election day. fly to Washngton after tie1-"
Joh0ston said thp.admiplstra- speech, rvinL in the capital ei.
tie -'has again ublls 'trick fig- ty soa* me after midnight. i
ures" to lump employes fired or NixO had a nltnred here twol.
resigning for "a deoen reasons" days ago thl the President would- ,.
late the risk category. He- said make. an, i election
that under the Elsenhower adi- talk on t iah niallA's -s ,
mianistratlan '"very one 'who culture pUtgram--a major cam;| ? ,
gets fired for any offense is like- paign, lase.. But the vice preai-
ly to be described as 'security 'dent sait the speech would be .
risk. I madebeftore a not-po9ltieal forum. I ,
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