The Panama American


Material Information

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


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


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
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:

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- Warren L. 8tephenson, the
Republican "four percenter," has
been fired as ecre of the
District of Columba OP Club
and quietly relieved another
party post here, it was disclosed
Lpcal party leader aked
down on Stephenson he
adtted to Congre nal in-
vestigators he offered to help
Centjrles Industries. Inc., Bur-
bank Calif.. get a bggr hare
of a Navy rocket-launcher con-
tract for a S$,000-a-month re-
tainer or a four per cant fe.
company rejected the pro-
poa and reported it to the Na-
The MBX and three other rov-
ernment bodies now are trying
to find out how Stephenson ob-
tained rmpqedly secret Infor-
mation aiout the Navy contract
and bid prices.
eorge L. Hart Jr., president
of the District Republican Club,
enson "should have
imid resignation"
of the rgntzata, nI
to do oO. Therefore,
be fired him. I
ia one-timb sup-
prter of Sen. Robert A. Taft
and later secretaryy of President
tee, een outed from

d ema aiber has no
with the "e'"J" #%'a
where," Wat ai.d.

Apmvproes DNliMs
A spokesman for the board of
directors of the panama Insur-
ance Company announced yes-
trday the approval of the es-
tablisonent of a ,reul r quar-
terly dividend* poley effective
with the th quarter of 1958.
Am sev al announcements
by r was a to the ef-
fot Uat the nmy had ar-
rafged tor san1wario of its
a anr investment in
tea AiaMdisa General
de Segfot y aenseguros. In Ca-
raes- Venemaue. managingg
dlMA!saMdqfounder of the
Panama InsSb Company, is
being employed by the new Ven-
eaoe@n eI ay as managing
dkietor r# organiational
period. Be'-wll continue In s is
eipaefty as managing director of
thea a Imnsurance compa-
y, div. g his time between
the Paiama office and the Ven-
AmOgeK m for the next few
8166o6 5eW loy, the compa
anohO ese h e employment of
F da do tnaEOU i.a wmvinusu.-

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Eleven Men

Still Missing,

feared Dead

SNORFOLK, Va., Sept. 19 (UP) Ships picked W
three suivors of a superfort crash in the Atlantic Oc-
today and sighted two others on rafts, but 11 other as
men were mining and feared dead. "
Seven of the crew of 16 were reported to have ,,
down with the plane when it.crashed lest night on a of
from Hunter Air Force Base, Savannah, Ga., to Bermind
on weather reconnaiasnce, the Coast Guard reported-
At least one survivor picked up from a raft was "bd
ly burned," the Coast Guard solaid.

The cargo essel Seatrain
Georgia reported t pled up
two. Burvvors. Another wau
plucked out of the ocean by the
merchant veaMl Namau.
The survIs weren fond on

Charleston. B.C.
A oast ,o here

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P91dag A .NO=
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cree will prohibit tee of tel-
egraph services owned piVvIate
cOmnpanien for anything but

telegram and a hbke of oe e=nt
for each additional word, Ip also
planned according to these
sources. And an Inqreate In
longd.istance telehose eall
charges Is alo sad to be can-
tained In the decree a Iq
presidential signature.
However, special faclIHMtes will
be made for family talbe uni.
days and t at e. va the
minltown duraf of talk
increased traom l wg-x min-
The decree also ibthbeg
special rates for Va
telegrams the gaie n sW the
came of Mothers Day tlgrams.
Overnmnat offielae. an maid
to beholding talks w 4 the
Uorm yLU Co. to eout
better telebw eOj ea.
tAons bet.efin 4 d
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when It plunged into the se
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survivor a55saylng an H
the big planean aWay',
wingseemed o "Wexped!'o
the crash,

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WASHINGTON, Sept. 19 (NEA) Two hoodlums sat in a black sedan parked
on a dusty Oklahoma highway. They calmly debated whether or not to shoot the how.'
rified man who lay trussed and gagged on the back floor. -
Events in that case were taking place exactly 20 years ago this month.
"Machine Gun" Kelly was one of the hoodlums. The trssed-victim was wealthy
oil man Charles F. Urschc'. -
The career of J. Edgar Hoover hung in the balance during that discussion, po-.-
litical historians, chim. .
Both Kelly. ad 'acl a'-e acceptt pdhltical 'polntles in Jthe Department of Justce dt*--
alive todayy. incidentally, his bureau. A lot of persons ~r. i Mtchell1.Pilmer- aumr-
It trying rigl 'a g1t. tbe, .jere saying Hoover had gotten d aof .101,, HOOvev
Oklahoma charge- against him too big for his britches. w haa kept 2im In the cr
settled so he can aly for a Political boss Jim Farley ap- J.r of many vtal, contrpvorai ]
prole from the life ce parently shared .that (plplop,. national lases.
a is serving In LeaveL t. athigih he latlrla om- ,
Fortunately for Hoqver and plete change of mind. FONDL OF FOOD
tUrachel. Kelly decided that be- But after Hoover's brilliant n
cause he and his pal had the solution of the Urschel kid- Even the tol of 58 years has
5200,000 ransom in hand there napping, no politician would been mild on him. Te hi't
Was no sense to add murder to have dared fire him. achool lokn me of ,"pse a
s oe c r im e .
the crime. still applies.
U..N.F.O.R A EQUANIMITY He's very aetve, traveling
UNFORTUNATE around the nountry conmtanlv.) il

Unfortunately for K e Ill y,
Hoovei-totm Bemaal PiAae
the'M, A, mrned. In
l 6t IMnearatira M-de-B
tive Job, n.d .era Ick Jt wide
spen. ,
At that time ip 1933, shortly
after the RoMeOvelt Adminls-
tinn took over, stories were
that poover was to be
__doge dlyifefued'to:


Today Hoover can look back He's up on most details of te.
on the earlier stormy days of bureau's ork.
the FBI-and his own future- A growing tondness for good
with great equanimity. restaurants as robbed him 9f
He has survived three his former slim figure, but his ]
changes of administration, thick mane of black hair Is
served under seven presidents. pretty well Intact. and his vole
Be Is now working for his th crackles with the same energy
attorney general-a pheenme- and authority.
non of federal Job-holding nev- There are more Incredll*e
er before mathed. cetso '.
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lievably kind treatment bef~oe
congressional approprlatlos
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kicked Mll
they love

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J" h ..that l.spired
P MCli~ff M.Oha

IOOM 09 THU B03: Be taku
as he et (above) In the C
W lsh Mcuean out of $100,000
a connection with the Lind-
ergh kidnaptng.
Later, app ty bored with
,enworttiV Meana sent
loWr 'a note claiming the
maney Ma I a ipe l t.,
:ot00t aaWe .amedfta 1
iM avy4'w on the a .
Ten MMUA ent ane '
Oete admlti the first wRa
8. i te remd and MiamoI
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0IIOVR FOR FBI CMIEF: For his fight against communism, the
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C E N TI A L- Another Technicolor Releosef
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and Her &rp of Movie Starn


WihMh A D N T E
J0i loIwfI

r war on .e reveals
practically no d.feats. only
wo men-nosaibly three-can
lay fair claim to having besatd
Only one man from the orid*
I1l UaIt of the 10 Most Want-
1%utive. remains at laS e.
'H-iHenry Randofth Mitch-
I: Wataed for the robbery Of
a WIlliston. Pla.. bank in IMS.
'Te other man who out.
smarted Hoover Is an unides-
titled track driver. He found
Spw .. uttering OB bi front
M and sold him a half-load
otpf manure for $30.
N y Hoover was *.t-
tse arnfrom his Masle-
dA. Tolon, a man
with m agrieultaral back-
mmO that the manure was
Just ea nd sawdut.
Oston is. Meang. a 0-man
of i e rupt, pre-Hooer via-
sabeosred a
thit to Us' beted E.
Roover~e"nt him to Leaven-
worthfW swindling .val

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Ia was deported
wth those rat~.
d to Congress
"at least J. -d-
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ntly attacked,on
gor by the late
trri of Nebris-
Sthe FBI han-
Sof a group of
trolt in 4M
over "thl
f or publicity

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loSet y ra walk or any-
sy tak a ew step~ by their Dty. shRt
rot birahdiy. Some are a bit landed uprithi
Lrlier some conaldprable later. himh leep> un
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Things Always Turn Out
'L 'TimUITH, NOb. (UP) -
A crew of date highway main-
=ance men who were paint-
I tew stripes dowp the mild-
de of the highway went to a
Ctr l.d f trouble, to pio-
tmr handed out ; printed
form plaining -.the reason
for traffe dlay. Small red
flag were pileed every S.4eet
alng the center stripe. il,a
flashers and alag were ds-
: other workmen iuld-
AiPltnmouth Journal re-
=eid ll ater that m e .only Te-
bile* tb mesed i the paint
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H llywd, Calif., start the day. Br.IakfMt Includes fraUi
that "It's-a-g r e a t-day" dry ingredients alternately with
a basic American break- buttermilk to creamed mixture.
is necessary. Fruit, cereal tTo make sweet milk sour, add| l
milk, eggs and bread in 1 tablespoon vinegar to 1 1,4
form, plus butter or cups sweet milk.i
rlne, boost the sugar lev-j
the blood after a fast of
ours or more. The result Where To Find It
happy outlook, free of
ousness, irritability and fa-
as the day grows. THINK BACK. Haven't most
school children just as of your dishwashing mishaps
h as for their parents, the involved prized -glassware and
vitamin ,B and C and china? Here's a dishwashing
r minerals and vitamins tip for you. Try cushioning
ned In thb basic break- hard sink surfaces With rubber
are protection against sink liner mats and a rubber
deficiencies. sink divider mat. They protect
your precious china and lasw-'
Vernon Uch of North ware, gave .yO4r sink sartfee
ood. Calif, and her writ- too. Sel them in the house-
tor husband, report sue- ware section upstairs at the
in getting their children 5th Avenue Store, 96 Central
a better breakfast rath- Avenue.
n grabbing a bite and
off to school. They al-
em to help plan the .,
breakfasts. The children ,
some of the preparing.
e California Richs like 0 o
breakfasts on Sundays Ht ^R i t m he 4 |
bee "- wheat. cakes, -'-- *. empankpimfor theThIM
,or g neat dishes either jdep er .41 re
alty bread. Here's cloche by er a i
t-of eir specialty bread tall. l
It goes with sliced or- wide bai baln. mwagl.0edb
and banans.. corn flakes Helmet sab Sa w Bally ok (4M
milk, scrambled eggs and Jersey emefered I
ONE OF IHE BEST beauty snede a l r. .a EhMA
I treatments, and one that is ef- ..... ,
a Frot Broa fortles a GA O Um A cloche as it of er.
(S man leaves) most important, one yoh can NEA Woman' Editor houettes. The high, sq
.-: *atford.eIasU,...Ia. good sleep. -- cown s common. to tb ci
ie-quarter cup fat, 1:2 cup Not once in a while... but ev- NEW YORK --NBA)-When .Tmlmmings.. for .toe "deep
Ssgar, I egg, well beat-:ery night. Without proper next you set out to buy a riew are eithPt sn*pl d or
ctup chopped Brazil nuts, sleep, all b rauy treatm nts hat, look for autuman's two exaltent., .
.br walnms, 12 Y cup in the world wofld u atdle important hat shapes: the .ilmet hi
5 coked prunes, 1;2 cup You yourself ut dece shallow and the deep. s
cooked apricots, 1 table- whether a hard or soft mat- many ti.
M.y*.d-ad i'tlhi;. tttes is mfortMUtfI H .' Me matter I* t wery 1
S o ed, 2 It Is also Ifau ntn that yo(oa'lL. probably aren
i-La our, 2 hae a pPloW" tt won't be- the. hat wti have iare i .. po
14ome = lumpy. M.*y people pre- tance than in the PLt_..Th.l f r
soda, 1 oons fer modern aos and mat- a season of slamea-doowa, par- 11
114 ype butt oritreqses of Foam Rubber. ed-down aults and
Thus, a hat that looks r, teI
0eam fat: add a d.. This product 1*'of high quall- tant provides Ahe edessarya
. Ad7 egg to wS L ty, not too, too expensive... It's ance.- lore i
1An m also said to be saf for allergy, The deep hat of thia year as a s 1
S rind, a sufferers. Avlible at Agendas harks back to the 19Ws.It of- Trta p* TIr*
it oeter fl bk- Doe, S. A., No. 14 Central Ave- tom covers the hair completely. b ea he Dhai
S owder.idd, land' p A'ne-ue-JTl r i771. This Il is true of the deep w5 .,0.- A

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If a eon 1uggesta a letter
Prt In theword he Ia punished.
The first time he mii, he
draws a scaffold next time the
head of the butcher, then his
body, armu. ete. When the butch-
r has been completed the play-
w fAnust withdraw from the
Ita n p the layr to see
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De ,P iset. of Olenmmf
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tm and five p.m., Sept. 1 4A
a. r. lain (let. Commander)
PrSinlo at the
ble ring eemony.
The cbabel was beau
decorated for the occaslop
U d Wlp n1ebe ightd er.s
t .he Itte the bi- ,- adg ndelaebra. _
g .g. 'A n ave Wgrla" std
b y e er-two. WSS NORMA M eUOWN .a ndtMt a'
r well -Wao 0_ 0 imare_. were

oarthe lor ely Youno g bri e

n w. g n of wM t.3 nyL .

wlfe a :i:N 4wi the early fail vered buttoma fatener
ian new t tulle kirt h a
"7 M' S r's, v M te, a ,t C a on dao.noe t v erskirtof .a.l
hellH n t ther 2d0h.amsirpaned for Wturdail We. flyher- Uoi aMr
blE elobatd ao rh eMr. Mse Jaone and Mrs,. i h .O.i noe r he w P
because of NataUa o wen hoetea Ooront d pel e
isltn. quick. for a U ar gn a te Jones Vle of Dt eait Grand luter W7 sIMlsa amd
U~ Mjel. the reiddnm m oc Solo to hop- e Te Dlat Grand Master, nteift '
"or M A Wooride. whoae B. aldb, aoe mom rrm ts e _
e Anr- left y for N or. of te Dwotrie nGrand Lodge, gar o eir.a nd le
d u a aa oer- A luSkyeat prbs wn w wi ke their annual vita-d wi
w o rhi hadt he by Msa. Jo Ann Jayr and o l t Lodge, of tun, A. 0. Pr
ou Bs team Mary, Daon won the September W. matron of honor. Se.
Ss the aet and a charades prie. m at on honor.
he S ~at the rad rw. Dinner at *6 p.m. win lae djes. Th osboWlu
o glt Surprsne IW lre show eede the meeting to b held necKre & ne aW
flUF maall biyle or we pre.nted Mr. Mary a: n nAllmadter ma the fsoku, and Utated t
S~a?_t-heMo orge eSr-O foh et(Wo- oteen bck, dr d nd. s lan il
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Ieta loaw .__a M Dora w4 n e mep e .- .Pin ,
a 'aler o leave for the StatWOL. Mu Of Gmr Cpt a tr ofomr S a
S Ofa*Sat of. rit= The d Dnues awere: M0ob- p round bouudt o-ie
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Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

No. 12,179 CentrI Ave. -- Col
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Aga.da iaferndso de Pb .caiOges
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L 'BALE: Electric range, like FOR SALE: -* "1-- 1 7gr, d -C mdrat s
etf. fully automatic, 41 inch. 4 Duty paid. F rfdio. 45
,or, with deep well. double May be sday at R. W edial i.
-tn, with glass window, 7 position Bao Gar M Catl Aven* "K" street, soonr O id .
Shect control. 2724-A. Cocoli, 4- sell soon.. fo Jdhns telehe 2,,479 aonama. Clara, Box 4
FOR .BAI: 1 SAM Cristab l-Con Humon. Society haos Paom 3 187
.S7ALE:-Slorkline baby bed with All, mew th, excel% If % at. dog, cats, kittnt who maed houes Howsou tan bea SOMe o
Mftrss. good conditn. $30.00. medi use. moter Ilr ke a, Ipme desperately, ol sizOs, 6olongI- I in-O IC
Writers IGC, Ft. Amador or call y ROpulWut S A. I6th. t. CD.- Some spays and alters. Give tm m N
.. J'r 4283. t Ave. Tel 0. l. 00, Col. a home and they wilrive ydve eoreta
FM SALE:--Chedp. Porcelain Frig- FOR SAE:-1942 Ford dT dr Sedan, companionship. Help th f .e
idalre, livingroom set, porch furni- ht mtor. Pron o Bo 2- .. .* 4 "d- Santa Clas. P ^ole o .
lure, Zenith radio 25 and 60 Cycle. 05. l.n n. Phr Ba i
's and porcelain bathinette. -Ot'e--'7 Oche *Iwi Santsar4O
ugillsa tables, lamis. porch blinds. L Ost. r' late at

SA LE: 60 cycle 9.2 cu. ft tC to. as A _. 8 at e cor|i r w G d
SGeneral Eectrc refrigerator $250.- FOR SALE-1947 Buck Roadmoster. dlante and k' Street, wheb he FO
r~ Me 500stove. Zn2 Trans duty pad, radio, excellent tire ready to serve one and all. Speoi"
e oonic mrdo s80.00. Webcor au- and pant. $725 00. House 230-A prices will be given on o Mixe .
PaStic record player $35.00 Gatun. Tel. 5560. Drinks, between 500 p. m. and 1:00
pAm. cyclee dr2cu Iw I at Calls g '.
floor fan $30.00, wrought ,ron FOR SALE:-1949 Oldsmobile 76 De p.e. nsea drnks will go at Mfe FOR RENT: wit
table wit- glass top and matching Lxe, 4-aoor sedan, excellenttre. Army. Navy and Al on beat*lSl garn. f Heigh.
Chairs $75.00. 1A only used six mechanical condition. excellent peso l lcom E r-smlin Three bdoon libtraryo It .w
monthss, phone 3-0176, Panama. ,ires .paint retouched, new7 seat Georglle Bostn, yoh r foyorite arten- porch and it t.. "
oversr cr new October. 1949der will b on hand to greet you. at Siths Street Got H .
SALE- Four bunr l door o l owner, no accident, SPECIAL EXCURSIONS v.a LACSA F fati pho
n stove $999 drr 000 mes. $1,250. Telephone Pan- PANAMA-MEXICO one way $105. 3:-1967 P
S7 x 9 fber rug, $5.0 Peru ama 2-306;. 25 round trip $179.25 (15 day FOR RENT: -he. e
ue No. 91, apartment 8; Tel. FO SALE:-1950 Feod Sttloen W- L ANGELES one way $1 79 50. ln ,o m kitl e
046. n___, dlty piLd, nw tii, ey round trip $3T2.89 190 day himirt). t r ^ o
SALE: Real Host 4-burner lw mileage, ideal for s e eily. Panama Dispatch Servce. 36 Ave No, W
lstae, $ gc C A n S nida Nacnal (Automobile Rowiln Ro Mirmr b n f
lv!an, oe brrrary
bO.tio $:0 a.' m..to20 n.n
.* *I mattress, buffet, .ervinatabie. FOR SALE --Cteon 1947 Nosh coupe FOR SALE FOR-RENT: a-" st' 2" bd I M A
rslt stand, All mqhogony. she's. overhauled recently, e550, leaving eoch dl lor, r oe re
S r Mrsc. Te-,lephone Pan- Isthmus. Tel. 3-0546. Panamao. r ie lleol room and gr. $136.00. Phpemrnt *
2-3067. r, -n561, tit m. t 4 p. |
,ALE-Fr og 9 er lar O Nh mbler FOR SA:E:-Noaonol Receter SW- FOR RENT:--Exent %for d W
new, $150. Child nmhorany tory, 5 piece livingroono cet, cuIIom 00 TelepCphoe 2. ndgoXwUSION.viod pr llnc alPhou ne _
na- set. 4 pieces, S95.Four m ode. 100 pullets. 5 months old o p
- Sirinr gas stove, $15. Hot wates Telephone Panma 3-5179. FOR SALE-Ladies winter clothes suit way, 7 mH0 f5ro town; plenty O
e'-txer, miniature. $5. No. 9. Co- r----, Aot-- i t e"th topper sip e 12t.5 also girls lon T for garoefs i -chicker. rol, '

c cE, lT 5.Stove .. f. ..l T I- c"al. l Caes 3 hand s to 5e ,_t buT, c3q. i r. |
rires good unt, percsloin in- ,oShlit $, A.ImSth ,- 'a d s
moste metal, drr tral Ave Tel. 100, C PANAMA CANAL COMPANY FOR RE.: ---helt, corlatel IFr-
dn sidebrard. Ocsiontml OFFR S VARIOUS ITIMS nished, for thr months. VeM
NoBr" h 91,hadarme, old tyCeowritlr. FOR T ALE.--Pontiac 1952 Hydratmo, n L e Sept. 2i7th, Colen IOth. St. No.
ad .. phone 4- tw door, dark gem. 5000 Sey d buid. for e a in publioe, 10091- Il or lb.
*- ---Sanst H fe t condition, 5$2 00 con be fi- October 8. 1953. in the office of be

citric i $n0s $6.00" ic "s16th. St. Centesl Avenue tTeL 800 -bel btiana from e bove ou
S1859 Colon.. or from the offr of St uprintendent B, :. *
.t*ed----m----e, hiof Storehouseo, telephone 2-1815. Aen 4 5 funihd
r A0 cycl.b gBu stov.3 Nor doe eaieyO rmatnt -44 Eng FOR SALE-.O8 o 9 upste5 FOllR o SAlihE -m -.-# g w .
Ns an "2-ma "g anyi oeakien E p riecel ith RS fer b rnMerc 0h rW'r I

S No. .7 Apt.,N. 6. C ore Dte- s. seMl. Autoc 15h, and Pnemo -Phon 256. p -0412 -
r O aNL .e :end 19, Colon.. h Rab cFORm RANl:-.a eoRcellert an. f '
VAlted Position -, Staiago,.n .r s o an di b -prt *
5t4 w ew r Bho ondi stae-n.h.u Bern d-o $5 '.An V A
I. n ry Ser.s Pio..S. A. 5 i Ctl A. Aly "Sdo y Joramill Ltda." peso 11' awe tor inform- ,l W
i SS October f.rct. ThorouNhly 0 0* ________ Tele. p 6, hColon.u '1 2lu a-IIH
ice d lyW mi les, muslf' w i *Bf1 ww ^ aMtlwhoter. Cua l I "
i y employer, Phone 2- ll.. Duty paid. Cell 3-0281. *.. i, 9Oifr'r spii A 1 VIsta. To i s'
*.P FOR. cek. Dymflwow, Seidt i.s, for' opening ig .bublc, 2- r p. m. -.
e wi bfe received uhtaJ 10:y30n A...Ah, e. ,oI
FOR St AL r c-i^la. like w. Sm-et y H.. November 18, 1953, in th office
lgasstoe, U $AoL w ate iT S. A. <6the Cama tr5 Av9 of Superintendent of tdheuts w 7 mfl f t" ia plenty of
C miniture. $TeL. No.. C9l. C o Blbooa f. r sole of U. aso. WDiCOTT, g I
] te FOR SALKE : C-- 5 t Dorde, K wo" rloth e s a 3patncd5. Al nw Gnto o bus aJiMltio. -p an
ISreygotd uni tap-9l5h DoKHl~ V p No..S. T s g el. 3-5
#ALE OR LE,.EI. Approx- -,000 eleO, 19 monts old, G Gregry, telphone 6--" .
atly 80 maCTrel, oepartly e tareld. 250.00. Phone Bolo 18o9. taoaion No 1.a. be obtained f0 k "ck er -I Ai
i 4- 4 h r gol 3riv erFSnL Positin 12- O red-.-FoRiA .buesinendnrae Cn orf r S .n *.-o.
Ht odPNiguelpon e t6hidrwghway, hous telephone 2r-1In81 public, 0' "-..:1

mMile sTMan OgrsTUaeTprn w oill e 14 r 12th SteiSad Fra:
** stove -1130 ^th* i ctaie w A.w -Cto.

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Chilibre. Tleph 3-09 ".
SALE-5,000,00 country hes
? Joem, asto Rica, on bighwa
ding to Vaklcon Iraznt ane
Can Sonatorum. For inrMMri
Miss Virgirnf m4er tI l
Ones 3184 or 4354. .*n-

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talk about her age-sbe 1
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Do Wilde.
i However, the are m u ter rea-
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They are nuIme ous. g ha
weep, suapenum &*bmnldlty,
eanical detaispe d ay a .
It has a haunting Western
Ptor so real you can taste

dusff tert. h t peIthateI
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Mtt that has ev been pr- Alan Ladd, the m pdehs pan-tefutl stranger, b1. a reelant
on celluld. -It has an farewell Jean d a n this aUmatlke sene from Oe6ge
Ilnight Into the. reid, Utevems' t Uneolie Westu" ohms." the neat at-
known sd much trc t iontuA Et tm Yhneifa. hfims o e Wilde
W'dt eastern ter. t and Jack talance al sh seee n th i sa of the struggle
*=7er th atb ehe the between fame ew ranuheer for eetreiofU the range.

of rich and f ul etth ha ert M a ilw i wIsIn the part of the mi yduth
e if this anoverwahelmingi to ; do a rb ow the wsder oflnments. l ti Brandon De W ildW ,
were not b ultimate climes whose sideof rfne tleat
also weaves a soul- This ine e gunfight makes him to q n his own fi-
Atoe y as icemnl ellangis lmpronued, almost claleW er, turn a senationler
ainatlc as any 1 our s ans, as producer director formance. Jack Patlance, as the
iA aSscripted by PMlit- Stevens has staged it. ablnster killer, it as a'-rtain
? -o winner. A. B. Outht- a heavy a this vteWor hm
novel by- Jack Alan L&m, as the strnger e'er had the pardoxdca ple
E5r,5e" echoes and who Ia2Sht -for Justice h= M e- sure to shudder at, and the
@l s g n of tenaWest. r AA. to beter advan- other members of theU .
UK andsurswsnew facets off I cast give added IM to
nIg e he 0101Mhlpds the Ww abita. All in all i^' e" !,, enter-.
4 mi- a' VP Of t depth&. w thefilm's over-allelece.
't andOt of Y. v. Van l lin does a wonder. .tainmenit a l a, It is a
u o o ful poti of the stubborn rocking, spl g f t
de cwho would die mther Is beautiful in its Very -
totI sittatlion mesa h=id 1a principles, pd lence. It can be enjoyed and
!I bu~k-kpgu-t-- Jean Arthar, as the. lal Ie, savoured ad a motion picture
n Urgr,*h. m es with aW In a top per ormac milestone. that. ertainl' haw
farm folk. When. te tha has no equal even when i of mtnrk
a who weeks compared to iir wn n reg ar n It. -1V e,
AVRi able record or past acLe- you iwill s pest!

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The picture relates ti
fabulous story of a dtn
whise. hadbm
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reproducns of the
beast and the havocn
are seen in the film, ...
Towering over the street: if
the city, the beast phmun .t
metropolis Into panic -CBr
leaves a path of death
destruction -hurtllag .
biles about like toy.
crashing the walls of th6

Paul Christian, who beel
an actor under the dlreetIR
of the world-famed k
hard Drama School, pay.
role of a young nuclear *c
Utt who ftirt discovers
beast from thoe U ra.'
that beast Is destroyed.
or it attacks the ity with
the blind fury of its multl4o
bulk. .
Lovely Paula Raymond
More than provide the
feminine Interest in "Th&M.i
From M0S0 athoas." he
the role of a paleontolo
efficient assistant who Is-
a beautiful and alluring
an when she leaves the
To gain a true perspective
a d phtorl monster, an'
S muchan beast was
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warcapable of moving its
head, opening i ts
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A special $600 .even furlong handicap tfor t
-old Chiemn-bred cdlt aad fils"t the "B
Qt Association of Chile Handicap'- gets top
m along with the $1,000 Clans "A" seven fu
*nut today at the Juan Franco National
S e handicap drew a field of while Mirzatoat is also a
four scheduled starters, be In the thWe of things
a Falcao, winner of six of way.
nine local starts, sticks out I shapes up O a pap
h the proverbial 'aofe thumb" real humdinge
should have things his own Yesterday .ybl
B. flashed b: the trn
florera, weak-hearted caused hi to be dn
aner a actious Pebetero track cIam by
4fao une's good he battle all theway to
-I g.Aulirre will have bend with -the ovvp)
mneho Falcato as mutuels choice losco v
A to Vasquez will ride lasted the latter In
Mr, Oscar Mazuera will homestretch drive to V
Srauero and little Fortu- li tfe featured $750 CIa
Hidalgo Jr. will handle Pe- slxnd-one-half furlong
's reins, al Alligator., .e
h O,. oero, Florra and Pebetero r:d,9l .by Jockey Alfre
a big poll in the weights and *qul tpa 6.40 to win, I
I's possible. plalft.
Five of the track's best vil .% rpea was a two-i
Iitch strides in the Class "A' fair al tb4 way. Piropit1.
kace. Main Road, with MaueiT closd fast to wind antlS
tlated to ride him, returns to ac- Agate were completely *W
tion after a brief rest. Jose Bra- Jockey.- Blas Agurre w
vo, as usual, vwi be aboard Go- day's saddle str -with ft
er. Alfred6 Vasquez has the tories (two with hMone ths
Uon Mirzatoat. Orlando so outstanding .thut. W1W
Se Is C'oq Au Vin's rider outtof the .amtS)W
little Hidalgo will attempt olaces in six .lm.
Anglia home to her first losses was abo 13W l
against the traOk's to0 Favorites and s WM
dominated the *%ffre
this quintet. Goyder has The dividends:.,
i rfermilng wort. Now- ffT MIJ_'-
r. Mrs. Loly de Laarin's A- 1-e ru (u
can-bred horse ha b .'
to lash winrhw t _ts f 80,
A dismal performance., -PW l a
S Road looks ood his 4- A da
ts. but his layoff may .1 iC
duDled his condition. Coo4 -_ml1.. 340 .
Vin will be tough If the .tr .-Pao .. 2. 40
m up muddy. AigIs l an 3-flur .Ra n.M
6 make a eght of 'It pt :

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Sieaquf.:le Els T from

..,.. O V iivIlUlJ -1-Moohlto $, 2.80
Tme Pacific Little League held I-Mr. Poet $7.40. 3.8. 2.2
r anujal election meeting 2-Amerlemaa Mad SlWk .
*pe TO p.i n 3- Iiassmp .-
p'.'id nt', char with 2-l a Cu .40, 2 .60
A u'al)'e being re-elect- 7 S
mmnerneoi.D__ble: e
Engelke ws re-elekted ar..' ai .e(R
prew. i' Jk B.DeVore, ar., hB Mf ACT
Srsecrwtary-treasurerm m e $4.60, 0
SMe cwlasted to '
be: (nt post. Me wi itlee
'be o Wician scorer, pubUcity S1) m "
man and league statitIclan. T RAC
It. k Watson, manager of the 1--Bedlaam .a.. I
Null champion Sears team will a n
t.un_ at the helm of the Cat- to-Tv. (fedlam-R
a" B6e, Jimmie DesLondes, r)ni.AL
eof the 1952 champion TENTW RACE
1414 and runner-u Elks 1-M Der 0. 3.0.
k t m9 _M lit year will bebeet 0i-th W -1 Dear ".60. t- 2A6
is aldkiEk :Eddie Kunkel a 2-Great Ome t3; 4.80
Biek ley a3-Porter'litafr .
S -SWBleki ey also returns as i Alllt
aer of the Police with i1oyal Al s tor $6.40 2
,*'tle Huddleton at the helm 2-Kosco
Seymour Agency (former- -- T
r1remen) team. Joe Cicero I T
Wll be back to manage the I- uan r co I
ater Life (formerly the AFGE
t14 team). The Lincoln Life team By CLOCKER
manager will be named in the
ar future. I 1- lneeridad Sirel
ThA opening of the 1954 sea-, -Pilen VIl
A.n Is tentatively set for Jan-' 3-La Chnla C1i
mary 4th. 1954 with the tryouts 4-Marlu Amases
.,it for December 5th and 12th 5-Pancho Falcato V
f this year. Plans are be6ne A-Henry Lee Choel 1
,tlM for major Imnrovements 7-Discovery The I
the PacIfIc Little League Pant a-Efglish Mary T
Oetllard Htlhway and 1954 --Cambtst
.I "d be a banner vear for the IS-Mlmatoats
aciic Little Leaguers. Il-Newminster Jaq


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WASHINGTON. Sept. 13 paid'$1 a minute tq dance wit
."Gold! Golal (old! bixty-elght the girls.
Klonalkers bring oack a ton of
gold!" Gone is tle Dopillon a
Newsboys hawked this head- bling House, wre pot orn I
line following nistory's biggest monly ran 41 *7' 401id w:ai
gold striKe, mte Donanza of July, fortunes were lost a an even
1897, in the Canadian Yukon. Boarded-up. aging, bul
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teur as well as professional- of Front Street.
rushed north to tne Klondike. ....
Boom towns sprang up almost Today Dawson's population
overnight ihas dwindled from 'to i mi
'Amos Burg recently traced, than 800. Burgsaw a few
the goldsee..ejs'. ootaieps along pectors still nln a l
the historic 'x ukon Trail. In anI for 50 ydearnearly
Illustrated article in the Sep-has been dme by
tember issue 6f .the National dredges. W m B'
Geographic Magazine, he con-[ turne4.p their ttB
trast, the quiet, peaceful aura dirt paying lesm t 10
that pervaaea tne region today, par with the feverish days of 1898. Idirt now yield p-9y. 252 5es
In Skagway port of entry at worth of gold-per ton.
the top of Alaska's Panhandle, ,
where 15,000 stampeders pitehed But the YTkon's waters .ma
tents In knee-deen mud, Burg someday be even wore valuable .,
found a respectable little town- than its minerals, Burg. _reilM
of 750. Deserted gingerbread-fA new power project which
trimmed. buildings are all that require $2 .and years to .
remain of its fabulous pat. complete, wll be started B -
.spring. Ore will be brought Into
En route te o htehenrse, the Yukob from al4 over' ine WABRU
Burr rode the narrow-gage world to make pig Iren, steel aren'ta"
WhFte hams and idly and aluminum, ate tia
called the "bitgest i"W rail-
road ia the werM" dtri.g y'
World War U when it dM a Def '
heroic Job o" hauling'men and ..
plies to the Alaska Library Mystery cS .

He passed through Bennett. a '0OOr Is Sought Cul t"0
roaring town of 10,000 at its; arW A
peak, now little more than a CLEVELAND, 0. (UP)-Young m a-I
lonely host town. Here at the fry in suburban Parma are o
junction point of the White Pass searching the shelves of their rhe a
and Chilhoot Tralls, stampeders library more dilgently than ev- usraoMEr
built their boats to go down- er ths summer. They're look-
atretm to Dawson. Ing 'for "the doer." .
Whitehorse is now a modern w.. wha
mne'.ropolis of 4000, largest com-. "The door" ia this case is a It W
munityv in the Yukon today. Burg; panel leading to-the new story a_
reports. The Alaska highway room. It is a qeret, and wil ote.
and a large (13 000.000 airport rn0ain -o-u all..r W *U
helped it grow and become an edition Sherlock Wer* It'-
Imortsnt astary bare. untl the new a djoint.g l .
A 5'1Wd, fenwheeTer took ing Is completed. eral
Burg third. TA ,aini 484 miles, dianI.
down the Ywkmn River to Daw-. IAbrarian ltaimond IAn.qaht an I.aeII
a0jn the-heart of tPI o.H.l. will n B. O h n in.p eet to ,
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eatin" tl-r*, a hal'-century SPi throuwli a specladoor that w4lI
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hotel e.e. ',i "I the Flora Do,- helves fr the outside, nte
ra Dance E:ll rv'.e:e prosre4tpr5L4ndquist said
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lawyer, "what does he say?"
"He say," was retort wonderful, "Remember
Pearl Harbor "
In the Ms when Damon Runyon's essays were
clicking in Britalan unyones became ahibon
able. Even among royalty. gilbert Mer the
showfa, dined with the heir to a high-ranking
title. The peer's happy had recently died but the
Broadway producer did not know that.
"What do you think'haa happened?" said the
7oung man (who'd been enjoying Runyon's stuff
"Tle pater has cooledl"
Daen esalled the murder of Ruth Snyder's
husband (by Ruth and her Ever-Lovin', Judd
Gray) The Dumbbell Murder, "because It was so
4imam TamrnerPs picture "Latn Lovers" she
aLoyer Motlban sing a ditty in Eng-
.Whqm ke alift sh apeaks to him in
Pertuguee and he answers in Tngleh.
"I 'dn know you spoke ngWahsl" meclaims

After hearings hm sing in agUish for 5 min-

The Uterafy sensation of the Fall may be a
write t maed Ames Tutuola. He 33 and de.
liver mmages "for ar o't bureau at. Nigeria.
Grov Press will pubih his book, "Palm-Wne
&OB Larrabee of Hat pr' who discovered him
in Artes, wrote .4he- l e about V hb: t(I:
Prebably has newaY Sea ah. Qa G hod see. (3): ( nt n to is dally
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A fa anonymousU Monthly unemployment figures have been
L He W.orkJtown. le uD so that they are available a few days
. Mu tim tie Baend of eBch. moath, tiUtead of two
ut 1 wea ter.
.M turpywob T .d T e ony catch discovered in this reform so
the new far Is that It cots more to get out the figures
Sor "I l=eve tld. And it makes Census Bureau employes
Mrs. Ike coald
, tht it would CONT OF 8SCUVrry
But Mamle won
taer. She took a The cost of running security investigations for
imSlut Atomio nmow amounts to $13 million a
she eer N9 to year. House Ap prlations Committee hearings
mwn beu ket reveal that 11 of these Investigations were
made last ea'. The number is expected to drop
to this year, but the cost per in-
S veugtl oS h one up. It now averages $200
for each employee. .,
Mx*tDOW Two new expressions have been added to the
S b as Washlngton vocabulary recently, but neither one
owes its origin to government gobbledygook.
i Money" on the u. B. Chamber of Commerce has coned the
attuin g them is word, "reprvatize." It's supposed to mean turn-
by iower4tnoAe ing governmen-owned power projects. public
rtment eonsAd.- lands or. Udelad lp rights back to private In
IS. any further dustry. It Is the opposite of "ftde hl mean-
1woaU be bad. Ing to put under government controL
Washinaton's high-whool set has produced the
other gae& Whenever a teen-amer pulls some-
Sthine extremely corny, classmates exclaim, "Man.,
by Seery of PV r Congressional.' "
Dee t m went's Administrator of Security
46-day for a s -Affairs. R'.W. Scott McLeod. has
ree aqred an autographed photo of Pres-
reign trade sta- dent & Elenhower.
been able to cut- Adm Mstor McLeod hung his lelnhower
portrait in a prominent place in his office just
ome estimates to show anyone who may- doubt he has full
cate b ony a per White Holse backing for his program to clean
as don't seem to up the State Department.

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Chrlstopher Columbus said In
1502 when he-arriv4d at aser-
tain Pa tinaniah town abduti 20
iifles from Colon..
Because he said it in Itaean,
his precise words were "Porto
belo" and that i how Portob el
got its name, This city whose
grandeur and- beauty aM ro-
mance lie far, far k in the
past, still haa their aturad tea"
tures which made it famens for.:
score of years. -
There is certainly still aG be -,'
tiful bay with deep, relatively.
calm water surrounded by ug- '
ged hills. In bUch a harbor
could seek anchorage batd fnrom
the toweifng hills, sentries could
see danger acomilng afta off. 1 1
the 4ays when Portobelo was
most farnous, there were always
ships In the harbor. And there
was always danger: .
Today, 'regretably. tA*.
sleep in& perpetual I.1-7
cept the ce 4 ya7 6 .WhV re
ligious feitlva nam ae r aZr,&
black Christuas .fgre i*carved'
from wood, brings pilgrim and
- curious spectators. y the. h; n
dred they flood to i haW et"
scattered through t0e rutla oX'
a historic sit", which properly
handled, iglt become a show
place of the Isthmus of Panama.
Certainly Portobelo, if It could
be reached ry road, wo nld soon
relegate -Old ama- and Fort
san Lorenso.t secondary places
as tourist attractions. There, las
not a soet-of Petobei whlchi
does n breathe intrigu of
the Sp ish in. : which d
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brave w
stantly of O 6tD. Ot a
other treasure which
through here at the .reor ed
rate of 10 to 20 mlongold p Wi
sos annually

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Memories Of Gold Rush Days
Keep The Yukon Trail Alive
WASHINGTON, Sept. iJ paid $1 a minute tq dance 'with
"Gold! Gold Gold! sixty-eight the girls.
Klondikers bring oack a ton ofi
gold!" Gone Is the Dominion Gam-
Newsboys hawked this head-, bung House where pots com-
ible loliowing nistory s biggest monly ran to $5,000 and whole
gold strike, me bonanza of july.l fortunes were lost in an evening.
189V, In the Canadian Yukon. Boarded-up. sagging buildings
Thousands of prospectorsama- line the warped wooden sidewalk
teur as well as professionalof Front Street.
rushed north to tne Klondlxe.
Boom towns sprang up almost! Today Dawson'a population
overnight has dwindled from 8.030 to less
Amos Burg recently traced than 800. Burg saw a few pros-
the goldsee.-ei-s' lootsvtps along pectors stlli mining by hand, but
the historic *ukon Trail. In an!for 50 years nearly all mining
illustrated arcicle in the 8ep-'has been done by giant electric j
tember issue Of the National dredges. Where miners once
Geographic Magazine, he con-; turned, up their noses at any
trasts the quie., peaceful aura dirt paying less than 10 cents a
that pervaaes tne region today pan (two shovelfuls), Klondike
with the feverish days of 1898. dirt now yields only 25 cents
In Skagway. port of entry at worth of gold per ton.
the top oi Alaska's Panhandle,
where 15,000 stainpeders pitched: But the Yukon's waters may ___
tents in knee-oeep mud, Burg someday be even more valuable
Xound a respectable little town than its minerals Burg reports. DREW rEARSON SAYS: V. S. cats back hydrau-
of 750. Deserted gingerbread-'A new power project, which will! ue presses for airplane production while
NOTHING TO BE "MELANCOLY" ABOUT-Mrs. Theodore Spurgeon. or Kansas City, Kar...
and her grandchildren, Theodore Beach and Bonnie Docute, hold three of the M watermelons that;
are growing en a volunteer vine near her home. Like Topey, the vine just "grew." -She esti- |
mates the weight of the melon she's holding to be 30 pounds. The. vine grew from seeds dropped
in the yard while the family ate watermelon last, summer.
Pearsons Merry Go-Round
trimmed. buildings are all that require $2 billion and 20 years to
remain of its fabulous past.
En route to Whitehorse,
Burg rode the narrow-gauge
White Pass and Yukon, fondly
called the "biggest little rail-
road in the world" daring
World War II when it did >
heroic Job o" hauling men and
complete, will be started next
spring. Ore will be brought Into
the Yukon from all over the
world to make pig iron,
and aluminum.
Russia stamp* them out; State Dept. gets
snafued en transportation rates.
WASHINGTON Top Air Force engineers
steel aren't saying anything aoout it publicly, but pri-
vately they believe tnt? recent cutback in their
heavy press program is the most shortsighted
"economy" move so far adopted by Secretary of
Defense Charlie Wilson.
supplies to the Alaska High- (Jbrcry Mystery
Cutbacks in fighting planes always make head-
lines. But when the Air Force was ordered to
,">_-._ |_ C-.. U4- cancel con.racts for seven out of 17 superpower-
He passed through Bennett, a vOOT IS OUGHT ful hydraulic airplane-making presses, there was
roaring town of 10,000 at its; hardly a ripple of protest.
Eiak, now little more than a CLEVELAND, O. (UP)Young i These are the crucial, hard-to-build. 50,000-
nely ghost town. Here at the fry in suburban Parma are ton presses, first developed in Germany during
junction point of the White Pass searching the shelves of their the last war, which-revolutionise aircraft con-
and Chilhoot Trclls, stampeders library more diligently than ev-1 structlon.
built their boats to go down- er this summer. They're look-
atrenm to Dawson. ing for "the door." Foolishly we let the Russians get these presses
Whitehorse is now a modern when they entered Germany aLer the war. and
metropolis of 4 000. largest com- "The door" in this case is a it was Russian possession of these presses which
munitv in the Yukon todav. Burg panel leading to the new story I P"t its Mig production ahead ol our Sabre pro-
renorti The Alaska Hleuway room. It is a secret, and will; ductlon during the first part of the Korean war
and a large $13 000.000 airport remain so un'ess some small- As a result of U.S. procrastination, we are still
heioeri It grey and become sn edition Sherlock uncovers It'wailing to put our first supexpresa to work.
iTOTortarit mU-tcrv ba'e. until the new build- Meanwhile, the Russians are known to have sev-
a si'irow sternwhee'er took ing is completed. eral already oo the Joband many more in pro-
Bur.' the remain!-.. 434 miles ductlon. They stamp out airplanes wholesale in
down the Yukon River to Df>w- Librarian Raymond Llndquisi sn assembly-line process.
son In the hea't of th? K'oncill-e. will give no hints except to, ___ j.m.h-.
Fdrtv vears n*o. 2W steamers-sry the panel looks just like Unoer the new Witow "economy directive^
plied the rl out only two re- an ordinary book shelf. "-.ever, the United States is not only cul
mr'-n in service.
At Dewsc hi r-rekf-*ted r* "The children are such rnys-
the Poval Al*~fidrs Hotel rnd tery fans we thought thy'd en-
recnlled the d-vs ?h*n miners loy entering the story room
eatin tre~ a hal'-centvry pro throueh a special door that wi'l
hsdonid S3 ereh for ergs. The look Just like ordinary book
i mill arv-aircraft programIt's also cutting
its ability to produce aircraft in quantity.
hotel onf?>""1 the Flora Do- shelves from the
ra Dance Hell r!".era prosneetprs Lindquist said.
Ironically, these twin cuts coincide with two
interesting announcements; one by Secretary of
o -----
Goldwaters praise of Senator McCarthy brought
louder applause than his references to Presi-
dent Elsenhower.
Don Johnson, the Michigan publisher and de-
voted crusader for a cancer cure, has Just been
appointed by secretary Oveta Culp Hobby to the
National Advisory Cancer Council a good
A great friend of labor, Bishop Francis .
Haas, was lost to mankind the other day. Bishop
Haas, tamed labor mediator of the New Deal,
was a tireless crusader against intolerance, par-
ticularly racial discrimination against Negro
workers. FDR used him to settle various labor
Maryland's Sen. Glenn Beall apparently doesn't
agree with his GOP colleague. Sen. John Butler,
over McCarthylsm. Butler's election campaign
was run by McCarthy, despl'e which his col-
league, Beall. Inserted in the Congressional Rec-
ord a sermon by Dr. C. Edward Berger tongue-
lashing McCarthy.
Incidentally. McCarthy showed up at the A-
merican Legion convention in St. Louis dressed
up in full Legion regalia. But when a reporter
asked what post he belonged to. McCarthy had
to take off h written on it.
McCarthy also comolalned about the klelg
lights shining in his eyes when he pot up to
....... Then.-as an afterthought, he added: "Ol
eoure;. if this Is on television, never mind turn-
ir~ off the light.".
The Navy ha* char'ered a flest of "9 nrivs te-
h--owned American shins to hpul m'lita-v careo
overseas. tho"h the qurpfiuceut pItpvJv hps a
h"~e cargo fleet of Its own lying idle in moth
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nntslHo nw:iesiiiig amiuuiicsm^iiT. unc w.y cc.ici~.iy u
"' State Dulles to the American Legion that future
________ communist agtrrerslon mliht provoke war by the
West; second bv De.'ense Sec etary Wilson, a'so
to the Legion, that he wasn't cutting back the.
Air Force prcrram.
!, ( with And solution to Sunday Crossword Pus-
ale. No 499. published today.
Answer for Suaday, August IS. Crypt oewls:
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nauja aaauuaj jaaaaya
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Total cost ol the original 17-press program was
$389,000.000. Ey reducing the goal to onlv 10
heavy machine?. Secretary Wilson is saving at
most $100.000,000.
But it takes at least two or three years to
complete a single heavy nre^r. ar'l In the nresent
age it's doubtful the.'United Sta es will have
much time to prepare.
Largest hvdraullc prewes now uced in the U.S.
A. exert only a puny 18.000 tons of pressure. aTe
totally unfit to supply the tremendous force
nc-essary to shaue majotnirrrrft frrmes.
As a result most American airplanes are la-
boriously pieced togethor by hand. Result: low
production and high price.
In contrast with U.S. cutbacks, the Russians
are moving ahead at top speed. The hydranllc-
press program has a priority In the Soviet econ-
omy almost equal to their H-bomb program. Ev-
ery dav the Russians are moving ahead.
NOTEThis whole thing is Retting ridicu-
lous." said a key Pentagon official. "Every day
the State Department gets tougher with the
Russians, and every day the Pentagon reduces
our military power."
Sen. Barry OoMwater of Arfatona spends so
much time at La Jolla beach near San Diego
that Arizonians are wondering whether he's go-
ing to vote for water for Arizona or water for
California. 'Water Is fighting issue between
these two states.) Speaking at the Son'Diego
3VH0Y mjpujfllAR Jtippt^sw^w
7' the State Denartm*nt handles forelon af-
'-'-.s the s-Tre woy it h^i-^'-s tr-iwv>rt*tion.
'?'s pi wonder *wn of cr fo'e'*" noHdes "t
'~-"t dotn. The othe' c"-v te Stste Dwf-
'"-' i"iri p con'*-nM-I >'.|V'in ,1| tor"n
r--w"-c effw m'^iced "for o^'i-iil ? on1'-*
w'-' -' I--H h--* "l> rfTH-w-r-f>r /wiit'H ?< o-nt
xni-nnT'-'v TV>e -rn- rn-'--f )' -u'1 be sent
to R'"''mond. Va. bv o'h^r m--"-."
*7>e *?"t. how^v u ,*?, p qp.", i-rr''"''or
"~>1 < *4r rt* rfni v/-eHiT>tcn to ""
ver>p wo'"?** eo~* .*.'. Th *"*<* reTVi"-ritor shlr'-
, > n \n~~'-,-~+<-T\ ) r>^**~.t~\A v bv i'l
r-riiM / rv^-^ f^.^, TT--|1jrir,'pn j0 pirhrnrnd bv air
r*r fnt $14 H.
NeveT-theless, believe it or not. here Is how the
State Denxrtment bi'i'etin quoted its travel and
trr-nsDortation committee:
"It was learned that in some inste nees It is
c^a^er to ship household eood by pir th*n hv
other means, especially over the shortc rlt-
tpnoes. We seem to be annroachin a point In
hls*orv where Internat'""! airfreight on a large
sc!* is becomlm p reaMtv.
"This is e'sneciplhr true to hlpoln" *o and
within Central and Pou'h America, and the trav-
eler should not overlook air freight as a means
of "hinoln hli household goods
"The committee was snrnriMd to learn thnt a
refrigerator could v sen* bv ar from Washins-
ton to Havana. Cuba, for aporoximntelv the
s-me amount thev enuld send It to Richmond.
V.. > other mean^."
NOTEInejdentpil domestic trunk-Una air
csrrWs In the UnHed States in 1952 were paid
at ttm rate of 21.7 cents oer ton-mile for ..he
i.-Ji;n 0 ^n cla.s'es'of r^.r^o while the roll-
irii|i1|-i 111 lllll '" cei

Labor News
And Comment
By Victoi Riesel
Peter Edson In Washington
Here Is a blow-by-blow report o the feuding Inside the
private offices of the White House advisers to) President Eisen-
hower which was climaxed by Martin Durkln's resignation and
which may cost the Republicans control of Congress in '54. and
perhaps even the Presidential election of 1956.
To Insiders it proves that the men who told President Elsen-
hower early this year that he did not know enough about the
American scene to fill his civilian staff as expertly as he did his
military echelons, themselves were and are rank political ama-
teurs. These people actually isolated the President and he has
had to nn-snafu each crisis personally, with assists from Vlce-
Presldeht Nixon. u
Thafs what Ike tried to do in the Durkin case which is
being flashed across the world as an American crackdown on
labor. That propaganda line will hurt us.
Ike knew this would happen. So after he flew in for the late
Justice Vlnson's funeral, he called in his Secretary of Labor. Mar-
tin Durkin, along with two White House labor specialists. Tnea
four men spoke in the private presidential office.

For a half hour the President and Durkin argued toughly
and calmly but there was no friendship there. President Elsen-
hower put it right on the line. He told Durkin that he believed
that there should not be a price on the Labor Secretary's staying
in the Cabinet. Ike said that Durkin should not put the demands
of the AFL ahead of the demands of the Cabinet.
The President firmly added that the AFL's demand that Dur-
kin come to next week's AFL convention with a-White House
guarantee of wholesale amendment of the Tart-Hartley law was
overshadowing Durkln's duty to the White House.
Then Mr. Elsenhower hit hard. He said that Durkln's duty
as a citizen and the honor of being a Cabinet member should not
oa subordinated to his membership in the AFL and there should
be no Implication of "delivery" to the AFL.
Durkin was respectful, but equally firm. He said that he be-
lieved that he had a White House promise that he could deliver
to the AFL the kind of labor program It wanted. Fact Is, Durkin
aid have that promise. But that was before the full implication
of the proposed labor program was explained to the President by
V ice-President Nixon. .
Point is that Ike had called in Secretary of Commerce Weeks
and Durkin and said, you men know what I want, work it out.
They did. The first program ws then sent to the AFL council
meeting in Chicago in August. The council rejected it.
Durkin then returned to Washington and fought for a new __
program out of which came the famous 18 points.
This new program, written. It now can be revealed, by a vet- |BB0ADWAY BALLAD
eran New Dealer in the Labor Dept.. named Charley Donahue, w"w
was strongly pro-labor. It repealed Tart-Hartley In effect. And igwned u \ naTC time, I'll set it down
Durkin has been saying that the late Sen. Tart agreed to the new, The _oWeB g0ldeu nmgic of the past,
proposals before the died. However, the program was leaked tol Gm BBd Gu wn# frolicked thru the tow
newsmen before Durkin could get Mr. Eisenhower to release It
officially. ____. ...
Uicn Nixon stopped and Junked It. For two weeks Durkin
worked hard to get Mr. Eisenhower to veto Nixon's veto. On
August 28, Durkin got word that Ike would back Nixon. Then
came the face-to-ft.ce discussion Sept. 10. And then Durkin re-
WASHINGTON(NEA) Mamie Eisenhower
hasn't relaxed her graclousness since going to
Denver. The other aay she got an anonymous
letter from a woman in a small New York town.
It told the First Lady that a Mrs. Murphy in the
town was always talking about visiting the
White House. The letter said Mrs. Murphy would
jokingly tell her friends. "See the new dress I
got to wear to the White House," or "I believe
I'll cut my bangs to look like Mamie."
The writer suggested that if Mrs. Ike could
send Mrs. Murphy a used-up invitation it would
give her the thrill of her life. But Mamie went
the anonymous writer one better. She took a
chance and dispatched her a personal invitation
to call at the White House If she ever gets to
Washington. The name of the town is being kept
The idea of discounting the Issuance of $25 U.
8. savings bonds is being considered by Treas-
ury oiflcials. It costs a lot of money to register
a bond. 75. cents on the average, and it costs Just
as much to handle records on a small bond as
It does on a big one.
Treasury figures that it "loses money" on the
$25 ponds. Only catch on discontinuing them is
that it might discourage saving by lower-income
groups. With Post Office Department consider-
ing discontinuing postal savings, any further
discouragement for small savers would be bad.
One reform being affected by Secretary of
Commerce Sinclair Weeks is a speed-up of sta-
tistics reporting. Most Commerce Department
reports have been averaging a 45-day lag. for
detailed accuracy.
Experimenting first with foreign trade sta-
tistics, the Census Bureau has been able to cut
this down to about 13 days.
Some sampling is done, and some estimates
are made. But first returns Indicate only a 2 per
cent error, which business firms don't seem to
mind fot these figures. Greater speed makes up
for It.
Monthly unemployment figures have been
speeded up so that they are available a few days
after the end of each month. Instead of two
weeks later.
The only catch discovered in this reform so
far is that it costs more to get out the figures
faster. And It makes Census Bureau employes
work overtime.
The cost of running security Investigations for
Atomic Energy now amounts to $13 million a
year. House Appropriations Committee hearings
reveal that 101.000 of these Investigations were
made last year. The number Is expected to drop
to about 05.000 this year, but the cost per in-
vestigation has gone up. It now averages $200
for each employe. .. j
Two new expressions have been added to the
Washington vocabulary recently, but neither one
owes Its origin to government KObbledygook.
u. S. Chamber of Commerce has coined the
word, "reprivatize." It's supposed to mean turn-
ing government-owned power projects, public
lands or tldeland oil rights back to private In-
dustry. It Is the opposite of "federallw;" mean-
ing to put under government control.
Washington's high-school set has produced the
other gem. Whenever a teen-ager pulls some-
thing extremely corny, classmates exclaim, "Man,
that's really 'congressional.'"
State Department's Administrator of Security
and Consular Affairs. R. W. Scott McLeod. has
recently acquired an autographed photo of Pres-
ident Dwlght Elsenhower. ,. ________>
Administrator McLeod hung his Eisenhower
portrait in a prominent place In his office Just
to show anyone who may doubt he has full
White House backing for his program to clean
up the State Department. ^^____
Walter Winchell In New York
And played at love nor cared if it would last
Someday I* try to catch the lilt and tang
That raced the blood of sprint time thru our
. (veins...
The silken ties that bound a golden gang...
The Melody that sprang from April rains.
ooroeday. I'B try to catch yon as you seemed...
Your whispers down the highways of the
And aU the lovely, lasy dreams we dreamed
Before the winter flung its chilling blight...
ly be...
and think of see.
Don Waha
Tu* Vice-Presldent now appears as the mainspring of power
in the 'Cabinet meetings. His ability to maneuver and the con-
rioence that Ike shows In the young Veep shows through most
cieariy as a result of l'affaire Durkin. Here's how this developed.
nie group around Sherman Adams, assistant president, be-
lieved that the AFL could be won over and split politically irom,An- tf aB_w.erevec yon
the CIO. This made Adams' clique the left wing of the men,, h readana analli
around Ike. It Was the group which got Mr. Eisenhower shortly, *
after election last year to call in AFL President Meany and ted
him that the administration wanted to work with the AFL and
let bygones by bygones.
This group backed Durkin throughout the long behlnd-the- They credit Louis Untermeyer with the one
scenes fight. At one point It virtually told Secretary of Com-iabout the leading citizens, all from the same
merce Weeks to shut up and mind his own business which was Home Town, who were in a hotel room lapping
not labor, they said. It up.
weeks then pulled some good old-fashioned labor strategy
on tne pro-labor bloc in the White House. The Commerce Sex-, Let's pl-y a game." said one dignitary, a tem-
rc.ary "fraetloned." He met quietly with a few of the other Cab- perance execu.ive. "Let's tell our major vice,
met members, briefing them regularly on the fight. Mines drink!"
These were Secret-ry of the Treasury Humpnrey, Postmaster-
General Summerfield. Secretary of Defense Wilson and Secretary Mine's pinching girls!" said No. 2, a pillar of
o Agriculture Benson. Working with Weeks on every move was tr,e church.
the Vice-Presidenc i "Mini." said No. 3, a banker, "is gambling on
They got to Mr. Eisenhower. He indicated that he had noc the horses."
been aware of all the maneuvering or that the program vir-
tually repealed tne Taft-Haitley law. 'Mines awful." said No. 4, "I like to flirt with
* married women."
Ike then su.fered from the inept tactics of his advisers on No. 5 refused to play,
labor. Had he appointed a man like John S.eeiman or Cy Chlng!
as Labor Secretary he would have built a political bridge to labor! "G, c'mon!" said the others, "we told ours.
Itself. But at no time Old he actually have a neutral who knew what's yours?"
all of the intricacies of labor politics. "Mine's gossip." yelled No. 5. "and I can't wait
Durkin was on a spot: His basic livelihood and career de- to get the hell outta here!"
uenUed on getting back to the presidency of the Plumbers Union
beiore too long. T. 8. Eliot, the playwright, was born at St.
The man v.i.0 succeeded Durkin as temporary head of the Louis. He settled in England when very young
Plumbers International is popular with the men. in a few years "because the U. 8. Is too lowbrow."
hf could solidify himself. Already. Durkln's opponents have been Novelist Sinclair Lewis summed up Boots ex-
cnargmg in labor circles that the ex-Secretary of Labor has patrtatlon by announcing that the T. 8. in Eliot's
worked with "Big Business." So Durkin has been anxious to get' name stood for Total Snob,
back to his union. i *
Thus Ike, Instead of slowly winning over the AFL. may be
blasted at the AFL convention unless Dick Nixon can head it off I Joe DiMaggio's favorite baseball yarn is the
by working with the pro-OOP Teamsters Union A running at- one about the talent scout who was raving over
tack on Mr. Elsenhower in AFL circles would have great effect on a small-burg pitcher,
tne coming national elections. I "This guy struck out "men! the scout ex-
So Ike again is being urged to revamp his White House staff I claimed. "Only one man hit a foul! Lets sign
* .._________1(11^.1 .I.!^.* 1 *(** I **
"When you ask him for the rent," queried the
lawyer, "what does he say?"
"He say." was retort wonderful, "Remember
Pearl Harbor!"

In the $ts when Damon Runyon's essays were
clicking in Britain' Runyonese became fashion-
able. Even among royalty. Gilbert Miller, the
showman, dined with the heir to a high-ranking
title. The peer's pappy had recently died but the
Broadway producer did not know that.
"What do you think'has happened?" said the
young man (who'd been enjoying Runyon's stuff)
"The pater has cooled I"
Damon called the murder
husband (by Ruth and her
Gray) The Dumbbell Murder,
of Ruth Snyder's
Ever-Lovln', Judd
"because It was so
to avoid future political explosions.
bvfabfak Qassifki*
"No," was the lulu, "sign up the guy who hit
the foul!"
When Sgt. Provee was on trial in N. Y. Federal
Court for being a traitor, the prosecution sum-
moned a Japanese (now an American citizen) as
a witness. He helped send Provoo to prison.
The Japanese is a landlord in mldtown He
phoned the prosecutor (now back In private law
practice) for some counsel. "I helped you. now
please help me. I'm having big trouble with
tenant. He won't oay rent!"
DAY, SBfTEUBEli **, W< L.IiL Ok* mm S^itU ll.MH
In Lana Tamer's picture "Latin Lovers" she
liears Loverboy Montalban sing a ditty In Eng-
lish. When he llnishes she speaks to him in
Portuguese and he answer.; In English.
"I didnt know you spoke English!" exclaims
After hearing him sing In English for 5 min-
The literary sensation of the Fall may be a
writer named Amos Tutuola. He is 33 and de-
livers messages for a gov't bureau at Nigeria.
Grove Press will publish his book, "Palm-Wine
Dirnl ard."
Eric Larrabee of Harper's, who discovered him
in Africa, wrote these notes about him: (1):
Probably has never met another author. (I:
Owns no books. (3): Is not known to his dally
acquaintances as an author. (4): Has no per-
sonal contact with his publisher. (5): Has no
Idea when his book goes on sale.
Insiders who have seen the proofs hall It as
a primitive masterpiece.

At a pre-examlnatlon of an upcoming case the
opposing counsel refused to bear a quip that
appeared under our byline (Paul Revere, II) In
PM during one of the Presidential campaigns.
The nifty became famous and was credited to
various "wits" Including Mrs. Alice Longworth.
"Dewey Is the little man with the mustache
on the wedding cake."
During the tall temperatures Taylor Grant of
the ABC news staff was editing his dispatches.
It was W in Manhattan that day and 103 in
Hell, Michigan. Mr. Grant wanted to amuse
listeners by quipping: "It was 108 In Hell, Mi-
chigan, today but New York wasn't as hot as
"No." he was told, "unless you add Michigan
after Hell."
Program -Spoile rs I

Easy Come, Easy Go Dept: Producer Max Gor-
don (who hasn't had a hit show In many sea-
sons) is reported to have snubbed the chance to
produce Broadway's No. 1 musical lilt, "Wonder-
ful Town." He shrugged off Its "My Sister Ei-
leen" theme as "dated."