Nothing But Problems Await
As Vacation Ends
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 (UP) Tax, agricultural
and labor policies P' tha overall problems of the new
budget broke the vacation spell for President Eisenhow-
er today on his return to the White House.
It is nearly seven weeks since the President left
steamy Washington for cool Colorado. Only 15 weeks
remain before the second session of the 83rd Congress
meets to complete the record which the Republican Parry
will ask the voters to approve in November, 1954.
The time is short. Speaking in Boston last night, the
President was unable to make any specific policy an-
Labo policy apparently ha*
first call on the President's list
Chairman H. Alexander Smith
(R-N J ) ot the Senate Labor
committee was today's most sig-
nificant White House visitor.
The President needs a secretory
of labor and la looking for a new
approach to revision of the
Taft-Hartley act.
Farm policy U equally urgent.
Secretary Eira T. Benson last
week promised that farmers will
be protected agalnat a price-cost
aqueese. But he was not pre-
aren to say how It will be dono.
The overall budget problems
always is on the white House
doorstep. Now the time for pen-
ciling in tentative flautea has
l come. With it come difficult de-
cisions such aa: How much for
national defense, and how to di-
vide it? Shall the federal gov-
ernment seriously undertake the
almost unimaginable cost of ef-
fective civil defense for the
cores of thlekly-peopled A-bomb
targets? .
The Treasury has announced
lor 1954 half a tax program. That
Is to permit lapse of the excess
profits and a 10 per cent cut in
individual income levies.
A study group is seeking the
other half of the program
how to make up the loss and to
balance the budget. That is the
hard part.
Other group ara studying
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foreign aid. tariffs, universal
military training, the overlap
of federal and state taxing and
other authorities, high costs of
medical care, OTerall antitrust
policies, race relations to
name only the major policy
questions still unanswered.
The tax study already has a-
roused dispute over a salea tax.
A study group effort to draft
Taft-Hartley amendments led,
finally, to the abrupt decision of
Martin P. Durkln to quit the
secretaryship of labor and re-
sume the presidency of the AFL
plumbers TJnlon.
The tariff, UMT and race re-
lations Issues especially are aim
ilarly loaded with political ex-
It la to questions such as these
that Mr. Eisenhower returns
from vacation with memories of
mountain trout and a good rest
to sustain him In the days to
When ho Isn't busy with pol-
icy questions, the President
can look for a Chief Justice of
the United States to succeed
the late Fred Vtnson or be
briefed for the early arrival
here of French Premier Joseph
Mr. Eisenhower said in Boston
last night that no sacrifice. In-
cluding high taxes, Is too great
to support adequate national de-
fenses against the threat of
aomlc attack by the Russians.
In a major political speech at
a Republican party rally here,
Mr. Elsenhower said that the
enemies of freedom are known
to be "equipped with the mostl
terrible weapons of destruction."
He apparently had In mind Rus
sia's first hydrogen bomb explo
sion last month.
He said these enemies could be
met with only one answer:
There Is no sacrifice n
tabor, no tax, no service to*
hard for us to bear to support
a logical and necessary efenso
of our freedom.*'
It was President Eisenhower*
first statement on the subject
since the Red H-bomb explosion.
He is reported to have proposals
before him to ask congress for
funds for a multl-bllllon dollar
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8:30Instrumental Capers
S:4SCommentary on World
8:00Westward Hoi (BBC)
8:30Jaa Club, UJ9A. (VOA)
10:00Jorge Farola and his Or-
10:15Latin American Serenade
10:30Variety Bandbox (BBC)
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
Tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept. 23
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7:06The Alarm Clock
7:30Morning Salon
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2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00All Star Concert Hall
3:15The "Little Show
3:30Music for Tuesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15Sepia Parade
4:30What's Your Favorite
5:36What's Your
6:30To be announced
7:15The Jo Stafford
7:10To be announced
8:00Evening Salon
:4$Commentary on
8:00-Educating Archie (BBC)
9:JOThe Haunting Hour
10:00The Blng Crosby
U:00-The Owl's Nest
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VOAVoice of America
This probably would call for
America more taxes or a continuation of
the unbalanced budget.
Most of the president's speech
was political and was regarded
as the opening of a White House
drive to strengthen the OOP
hold on congress in the
About BOO New England Re-
publicans gathered for a $100-a-
plate chicken dinner in Boston
It was Mr. Eisenhower first
visit here since he made another
major political speech In the
Garden, closing his successful
campaign for President on elec-
tion evo. ,
He said last night that the
"supreme belief" of American
society Is the "dignity and free-
dom of the individual." He pledg-
ed all efforts of the Republican
Party and the nation "to the de-
fense of that freedom."
He also pledged to "Join our
efforts with any men truly ready
to lift the threat of catastrophic
war from the world."
Adlai E. Stevenson. Democra-
tic candidate for president last
year, recently accused the ad-
ministration of too great reluc-
tance to negotiate with Red lead
But, the President said, "we
will no less passionately Join our
own efforts to thwart any ag-
eressor who hopes to use that
threat to rule the world."
The threat of atomic attack
bv the Russians. Mr. Eisenhow-
er said, demands that, "In this
are of peril, the security of our
whole nation the preserva-
tion of our free system most
direct every thought and deci-
He then said that no sacrifice
for an adequate defense is too
Earlier to a stopover at the
Eastern States Exposition at
West Springfield. Mass., Presi-
dent Elsenhower had warned a
children's and youth's day crowd
Favo rite of 7000 to be on the alert against
.nw. the "godless philosophy" of
6:00AGSA MELODY FLIGHT communism which "wants to de-
6:15BLUE RIBBON SPORTS stroy our form of government.
miiiwii v. inU #K rallu Hr t.hflt
He told the rally here that
Republicans In these critical
Show times must rise above partisan
"Our heart are filled wltn
concern for the welfare and the
World safety of our country," Mr. Els-
enhower said. "Such concern In-
stantly and inevitably involves
attention to the strength and
Show security of the whole iree world.
"We therefore see our party
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Bug Barometer Predicts
Cold Winter in States
22 (UP) The coming winter
will be one of the hardest on
record, according to the bugs,
the animals and other signs
read by Eunice Merton.
With autumn in the offing,
Miss Merton made her annual
reading of the Bang's Corners
Bug Barometer.
"Strong and violent, dark and
heavy are the omens," she said.
Misa Merton has boon predict-
ing the seasons for years for her
farm neighbors and friends who
swear by her forecasts.
"All the natural signs and
portents seem trying their dou-
ble-barreled darndest to strike
the strongest note," she said of
the coming winter.
"Even the wooly caterpillars
are black on both ends, and then
black In the middle, too.
"Never were hawthorne so
loaded with haws, burning ruby
red as blood among the still-
green leaves.
"Wax on the wild crabapples
Sergeant Finds
Officer He Missed
On Wartime Mission
AUGSBURG, Germany, Sept.
22 (UP) An American sergeant
who was sent out eight-and-a-
half years ago to look for a
missing officer found him re-
cently In a hospital room here, it
was reported today.
The story was told by the of-
ficer, now MaJ. Paul Myers, of
Millerton, N.Y., who was am-
bushed and captured by the
Germans on the Lorraine front
early in December, 1944.
When Myers" patrol failed to
return, T-Sgt. Simon L. Miller,
of Philadelphia, was sent out
with a party to look for him. All
he could find was scraps of uni-
form and equipment, and the
members of the patrol, officially
listed as missing, were believed
A few weeks later, Miller was
wounded and sent back to the
United States. Myers didn't get
home until he was liberated at
the end of the war.
Back home, both men Joined
the National Guard. In 1950,
they were recalled to duty and
sent to Germany, Myers with the
43rd infantry Division and Mil-
ler with the 28th Infantry Divi-
When the Major recently fell
111, he was sent to the 11th Field
Hospital here for treatment. Mil-
lernow a warrant officerrec-
ognised the 79th Division patch
Myers was wearing on his right
shoulder as a memento of pis
wartime assignment, and one
day he dropped into the major's
room for a chat.
"We looked at each other for
a minute," Myers said. "We rec-
ognised each other, but we could
not quite connect. Then we re-
membered the names."
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is thick and, fragrant. Yarrow
crushed between the hands Is
pungent as wlntergreen and sas-
"Fox squirrels rattle the wild
6rape vines in frantic rush to
oard more and more.
"The barn owl housed on the
haymow beam files forth far
mice even before the daylight
"Ants cleaned the bone of
that woodchuck white as chalk.
"The horses, switching each
other's flies, still stand head-
to-tall on their stamping ground
though winter coats already
grew long for weather ten be-
"Midges dance madly in the
last of the sun and the crows
cry wild above.
Corn husks and hickory hulls
are double. Moss grows mat-
tress-deep on the rotting logs.
"The old cat kneads her
bread all night and then
moves abroad a darkness
fades, to harvest the moles
and shrew.
"Bluebottles are dopey and al-
most dead, and the hornets have
hung their nest head-high to
keep from smothering in the
"A great hole In the milky way
lets in the cold of outer space.
And now one must wade knee-
deep in the morning mist that
lingers down every swale.
"Three frosts already have
left their mark," concluded Miss
Merton, as she gave her not-so-
fair warning for winter.
Surgeon Blames
Lung Cancer
On Tobacco Tar
DALLAS, Tex., 8ept. 22 (UP)
A New Orleans surgeon today
challenged the nation's clgaret
companies to spend some of
their money finding out why
smoking "causes lung cancer,"
and then remove the guilty sub-
stance from tobacco.
The physician, Dr. Alton Ochs-
ner. said that tar In tobacco had
been proved beyond question to
be cardclnogenic (cancer-caus-
"But It is logical that, once the
cancer-causing agent in tar has
been Isolated, It could be remov-
ed without hurting the taste of
cigareta," he said.
Ochsner will speak at Dallas
tomorrow before the Texas
academy of general practice, the
state organisation of "family
doctors," which opens a three-
day meeting.
The New Orleans surgeon is
one of few physicians who flatly
attribute lung cancer in part to
"I hope I can get every family
doctor In Texas to become high-
ly suspicious of lung cancer In
every smoker past 40 who gets a
cold, cough or other respiratory
ailment," Ochsner said.
He said the "tremendous in-
crease in clgaret smoking paral-
lels the tremendous increase in
lung cancer in the last 30 years.
Ochsner cited a laboratory ex-
periment with a large group of
He said tar from tobacco was
applied to the skin and mucuous
membranes of the animals for a
long time and at the end of two
years. 44 per cent of the animals
had developed cancer.
Pretty Elvira Ward entered the
Junta Femenina de Beneficen-
cia^ "Miss Cincuentenario"
contest last Friday to make a
cautious bat significant show-
ing. Indicating that she I one
of the candidates to watch
when the finals begin during
the latter part of next month.
France Accepts
Adenauer's Plan
For Negotiations
PARIS, Sept. 22 (UP) The
Foreign Ministry announced to-
day that France has accepted
West German Chancellor Hon-
rad Adenauer's proposal for a
meeting of outstanding France-
German problems, but the reply
made no specific mention of the
Success in any such negotia-
tions might clear the way final-
ly for ratification of the Euro-
pean defense community pact
and the consequent Inclusion
of about 500,000 German troops
In the allied armies arrayed
against Communist aggression.
West German Chancellor Hon-
rad Adenauer proposed a direct
French-German meeting after
his landslide victory In the
recent parliamentary election.
The French Foreign Office, In
announcing Premier Joseph
Laniel's acceptance of the pro-
posal, made no mention of nego-
tiations on the rich Saar coal
region. But as the Saar Is one
thing Adenauer wants to discuss
above all, it was assumed that
It would be included In any
Adenauer, vacationing In the
black forest, Is expected to re-
ceive France's acceptance late
a date for French-German talks.
Office said.
France made no mention of
a date for French-German talks,
the Foreign Office said. ____
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Many bridge players act as
though declarers and deienders
were two separate breeds of
cat. They snow all the normal
declarer's plays, but they never
think of making those same
plays when they are defending.
This curious mental attitude
plagued Wart In tocjay's hand.
West opened the throe of
spedes. East put up the Jack,
and South won with the queen.
South counted his tricks: two
spades, four hearts, one dia-
mond, and one club. Clubs
seemed to be the suit most like-
ly to furnbh the ninth trick, so
South led .he nine of clubs and
let it ride ior a finesse.
East won with the queen of
clubs and naturally returned the
eight of ssades. South, holding
the king and ten of spades,
played the king and West
couldn't resist the temptation of
capturing a king with on ace.
Once West had used up his
ace of spades on the second
round of that suit the defense
was doomed to failure. The
spades coula never be brought
In, since West had no side
West made his best shiftto
the ten oi diamonds. South
played low from the dummy
and won In his own hand with
the ace. Another club finesse
lost to East's king, but East
couldn't defeat the contract.
The defenders could take, at
most, two clubs, one spade, and
one diamond.
Now lets go back to West's
play on the second round of
spades. If West had been play-
ing the hand as declarer with
five spades to the ace In one
hand opposite three small spades
In his partner's hand he
wouldn't have token his ace of
spades so early. He would nat-
urally and automatically let the
first two spade tricks go, saving
his ace for the third round of
thea suit. He should have done
exactly the same thing as a de-
See what happens if West
refuses the second round of
spades. South must try another
club finesse and East wins with
the king of clubs. East then
leads his last spade, and Watt
takes the ace of spades. West Is
now In position to take his last
two spades and the defenders
seat the contract with three
spade tricks and two ciubs.

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Labor News
' By Victor "Riese!
'' This Is an open letter to Messrs. Booz. Allen and Hamilton.
11 have tried to answer your Questionnaire in good taltn. Din
i realized the questions were stacked. No douDt made up by
same source that has misunderstood us all along. In the
it time you have been here. Involved with this survey, you
_fld not have known enough about the employes or the subject
Thave made out such a foolish set o questions. No doubt our
vjbbv hole boys in the building rally thought they were good, but
it" shows the usual type of thinking from the archives of the
Alghts. Mav I suggest Sirs, that you keep your headquarters
ad far away from the Administration Building as possible. Use
tUe freshness of your mind direct from a temperate clime and-
ifluenced by our tropical bureaucracy, to get at the truth,
can not use mathematics to solve problems that are of the
|rt. The true answeres are social, mental, moral and morale.
\o\i really want the truth then go out among the employes,
it them face to face in their homes in the afternoon after
ik or in the evening and be sure to talk to Mother also.
; Our troubles stem from a seemingly simple matter. The lack
. definite policy or our Government. Great Britain, Prance
other countries have a colonial policy that recognizes the
is of their nationals for special considerations and rights
In serving overseas. Our government recognizes this idea in
' military forces stationed on foreign soil. Yet our Congress-
who know that this is lust one more of our enterprises over-
operating through treaty with a foreign power, expect it to
Jin on a paying basis.
The fringe groups here are necessary to the operation of the
whole, yet they expect these fringe groups to pay lor themselves.
The heart can't pump If the blood don't flow and the blood
wont flow if you starve the body. How can they expect the dry-
docks and shops to pay their own way with the burden they car-
ry of overhead and the limitation of service. They are there as
an overall part of the Canal operation. How can the printing
plant pay its way when It is non competitive and loaded with
overhead, or any other fringe group.
If we have an American enterprise here we must also main-
tain it. which can only be done with American labor. Our new
Kir bases in Europe will enlighten you on that.
But by what reasoning can they ask this American labor to
Day the cost of operating.
Must we, Sirs, as employes, carry the cost load of building the
homes we can not own or even choose; build federal buildings,
roads and pay the salaries of the top officials we can not even
You may at this time feel that my remartes are not pertinent
to your survey, hut Indeed they are. It will I hope show you the
reasons why more and not less fringe benefits are necessary and
therefore why so many employes are leaving and why It Is so
hard to get qualified persons to come here. You can put it down
that all trouble stems from a lack of policy by our governing of-
ficials with the present discrimination against the U.S. employe.
How many vacations I go on, or how much money I save has
nothing to do with morale. Happy and contented people make
lfor efficiency. We are not happy nor are we contented. Telling
us there is a boat out every week will make some egghead think
he is wise, but It will not increase efficiency. It takes well qual-
ified men and women to keep this place going and accepting the
llff-raff Is not the answer.
May I suggest the following for your consideration: Let the
government accept the cost of carrying food, housing living
maintenance for the local rate employe and not pass it on to
the U.S. employe. With their present wages such aid is needed,
b)ii the cost should not be borne by us.
Better yet the Canal should do away with all local rate hous-
ing, schools and commissaries. Double their wages straight down
the line and send them Into Panama. This should please them,
Uie merchants and aid the economy of Panama and reduce Canal
costs. Those necessary to keep in the Canal should pay income
lax to help pay costs. Give equal pay for equal work regardless.
Let there be employe representation on the Board of Direc-
tors. Let the President declare that the future policy of the Pan-
ama Canal will remain as of a definite past date with the con-
tinuance of the 35 percent, vacations and reduced transportation,
commissaries to carry only U.S. made goods of first class quality
at not above U.S. costs on the average market. This will leave
cjjen the foreign field for the Panama merchants. Bents to be
bused on maintenance costs and not the amortisation of bulld-
ig costs.
Let our government recognize that this Is home to many
Americans. To those young people born here and who finish our
achools there should be ample opportunity for work through Ci-
vil Service, apprenticeships and learnershlps. And for those old
timers who have spent the prime of their life here and desire to
llnish here permit them to do so with a great deal more con-
sideration for their wellbelng.
Further, while we are at it. let the Government be much
more liberal to its loyal local rater who. retires by doubling at
east his pension, with proper provision for his widow and even
a jmall plot of ground in our vast ten mile strip.
But above all we request a definite permanent policy that all
njiy understand. We will then know where we stand and what
owr future will be. if we stay. Please Sirs, if you wish the
ufuth, get out to'the homes and talk to the employe and his wife.
ST. LOUIS Since the corri-
dors of the DeSoto Hotel, lust
down the street, were crawling
with men who have refused to
deny before Congressional Com-
mittees that they were part of
the Soviets' espionage rings, or
that they would hire men out of
the Russian espionage appara-
tus, or that they had distributed
subversive literature in Naval
installations I thought I'd
drop in and see just how friends
of the Soviet Union operate In
this part of our Wall street
And there they were. Friends
of Alger Hiss. Men who in 1940
had urged our copper workers
not to dig the stuff lest we make
anti-Nazi bullets out of It. Men
who at this very moment control
the digging and refining of al-
most every strategic war metal
Including uranium ore In the
Western Hemisphere.
I wanted especially to see them
in action. I wanted to see the
men who could convince the
Canadian government, for exam-
ple, quietly to give them control
of manpower in the newest,, most
secret, uranium ore refinery In
all the Western World. This hap-
pened lust a few weeks ago at
the refinery in Uranium City. In
Northern Saskatchewan.
These men must have consid-
erable powers of persuasion.
They got control of the man-
power In that Uranium City re-
finery without any other union's
even getting a chance to be vot-
ed in.
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Union, independent which Is
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the 'vlet line. They have been
nicetin- here all week, Just a
few streets from the Hotel Jef-
ferson where the AFL leaders
Arabs Don't Pity
This was better than Broadway
melodrama. Here a "fascist ban-
dit of the pen" like mvself could
slip into the Mine. MU conven-
tion hall and see the gray-haired
Nat Witt, friend of Alger him.
counseling his union before he
took off for a secret rendezvous
at the Hotel Continental in Kan-
sas City.
Witt is the snarling lawyer
who was once asked bv a Con-
gressional Committee, "Did you
ever oive information to Mr. J.
David Whittaker Chambers," nd
refrsed to answer on grounds
that he might Incriminate him-
Later he was asked: "Did you
know orlor to 1940 that.. .Cham-
ber* operated a Russian espion-
age apparatus between Wash-
ington and New York?" And Witt
took the privileea. No answer.
And there on the platform was
the huskv who looked like a
eenlal old buccaneer with his
blackeye patchand I trust the
heirs of anelent pirate will for-
give me the analogy.
Por big bov Maurice Travis,
union powerhouse and secreta-
ry-treasurer, was asked by a
congressional committee last
Oct. 7:
"If you had heard that Witt
was a member of the Russian
esnlonage anpTatus. would you
still have retained him as coun-
sel for the International Mine
Mill and Smelter Workers of
Travis came back with "T re-
fuse to answer that question on
the same prounds, my rlPhts un-
der the Fifth Amendment." Stout
revolutionary, that Travis.
Then this man who domin-
ate this union, which has the
U.S. nv the Jugular vein be-
mira l*s pennle control produc-
tion of nickle, copper, sine,
lead, bra, uranium, high oc-
tane aviation gas, heavy water
for A and H homhs, and also
the smelting of this stuff, was
"Do vou feel innooent of any
part in a eonspiraev to under-
take to overthrow the govern-
ment by foree and violence?"
Again he took the privilege
of silence.
And behind the scenes here
was the powerful Graham Phlllo
Dolan -of Denver. Once he was
asked bv Congress to deny that
he distributed Communist liter-
ature in the Navy. He took the
And then he was asked: "Do
vou think the Soviet Union has
a right to maintain esplonaga
apparatuses within this coun-
try?" He consulted with Nat Witt
and was silent.
ORAN. AlgeriaI am hot much of a hand to
brook aoout solving the troubles of everybody.
everywhere, but once In a while you pause to
thin* about the hopelessness of trying to get
everybody, everywhere, to love one anomer and
quit killing each other all over the world.
This especially strikes true when you spend a
lot of time amongst the Arabs, of whom there
are some several million scattered here and there
around the globe, and who own a lot of oil and
other valuable commodities In the business of
Mohammedans do not think like a lot of other
people In this world. They never have, and they
never will. In base they live by Koranic law, or
indirect personal application of It. with no re-
spect for modern adaptation of civil law.
Take stealing, for Instance. The average Arab
recognizes nothing wrong In stealing, and espe-
cially from a person not of his faith. They are
firobably the moat expert and persistent thieves
n the world. An unguarded house will be strip.
ped clean hi a flash. An unwatched article dis-
appear. " -
I remember here, !n Oran during the war. a
sentry was put over some unidentified casks of
war material. An Arab minead by. shouldered a
drum, and trotted away. The OI sentry cried for
him to halt, and'when he trotted off without
paying any attention, fired at him.
The Ay.rab kept trotting. The bullet missed
him ana hit the drum. Gout* of tomato juice
spurted from the bottom erige of the drum. The
Arab looked over hla shoulder, and set the drum
down. He saw where the spurts were coming
from. He reversed the drum so the bullet-hole
would be at the top wasting less fluid, and
trotted blithely off again. This time the sentry's
hot killed him.
The Arab, while admirable In many ways, is
almost devoid of the emotion we call "kindness"
and "pity." This applies to animals, enemies, and
their own kind. 1 ,
They can derive an amusement from torture,
from mutilation, of both animal and man.
Thelr's Is a symbolical cruelty, and some of the
refinements do not bear print.
This was brought on by the fact that the oth-
er day I was writing in my hotel room hero, and
a horrible clamor screamed up from the street.
It sounded like a crippled cat in a hell full of
I had noticed before one of the Forgotten of
Allah, a piteous cripple, an idiot, half-blind, hor-
ribly deformed, who dragged himself along make
mewing sounds and begging for alms. He Is a
familiar sight along the main itreet o Oran.
The cripple had been teased by a street clean,
er, a gutter sweeper. The cripple, mewing and
yowling horribly, would lurch at the sweeper, a
brawny six-footer, who would laugh and push
him Into the gutter. There he would lay, in the
filthy water, struggling horribly to get up, and
making sounds I never heard a human make.
He would get up, finally, and drag himself with
an obscene bravery toward his tormentar, who
would cuff him Into the gutter again, and the
awful business would start all over again. Mean-
time a crowd of some 300 people had gathered.
Their laughter, highly amused laughter, added
to the awful din.
Finally a cop came. He watched the spectacle
for a good five minutes. laughing heartily. Then,
ooa.humoredly, he dispatched the crowd.
Chuckling, he walked over to the crippled Idiot
and booted him to his feet, then took him by
the arm and hauled him across the street. I
went back to the typewriter.
On the way to Sldl Bel Abbes, to do a piece on
the French Foreign Legion, I passed an Arab and
a, cart and a oraggly horse. The horse was on
the ground, fallen between the shafts. The Arab
was beating the horsenot angrily. He was Just
beating the horse. The horse tried to get up. He
failed. The Arab was still beating him when we
drove out of sight.
If you have ever been In a bousbir. or stockade,
where female prisoners are kept to earn their
way out of JtuT by cut-priced prostitution with
the Senegalese troops, or have seen the children
sent out to beg on the streets while their par-
ents live comfortably on the Social Security-
family allowance the French give them In Alge-
ria: or remember the Goums from the last war;
or have heard Legionnaires tell of what the Arab
women used to do to captives, or have teen a
concrete example of Arab revenge, you lust
. you wonder how they will ever be able to build
a United Nation'type world of sweet accord with
such raw material to work with.
Curtain Time: The Drama Investigating Com-
mittee unanimously condemned "Red Rainbow"
(an anti-Rod dram) as pro-Yawn... Every re-
viewer found U guilty of boring-from-wlthln...
Some kindly added the only redeeming feature
was that the hopeless script attempted to combat
Communism... Excemti from the Epitaphs:
"Crudely written and crudely acted." (Atkinson.
Times); "An Inconceivably dreadful affair."
(Chapman, New*); "A tedious play." (Coleman,
Mirror); "Dreary fare." iMcClaln, Journal-Amer-
ican)... To the amasement of critic Atkinson,
the pitidueers took an ad In hie paper quoting
him as calling it "fascinating stuff"... Tidings
were brighter for "End As a Man." described aa
a hard-as-nalls melodrama. Although premiere-
sleuths spotted woe flaws, the slse-up was en-
i ourflngwith the Mirror's man hailing it as
"tense and absorbing"... A Britisher titled "A
Pin to See the Peep Bhow" opened at the Ply-
Stairway to the Stars: New Haven's acclaim
for Deborah Kerr's new starrer, "Tea and Sym-
pathy,' was thunderous. A happy sound for
Broadway ticket brokers. Variety's appraiser re-
joiced: "it is good theater, well written, beauti-
fully acted and superbly staged." Our agents add
that the new play makes "Children's Hour" look
like a church social. The theme is homosexuality
In a boys' school.. .Janet Blalr's role in the soon-
due "A Girl Can Tell" la longer than the title
role of HamletM sides. Miss Blalr Import. "The
Little Hut" (booked here soon), waa laundered
for U. 8. spectators. The French version is most
rlagay. It It still sinful enough, we hear, to rate
being called pornographic.. Michael Abbott will
be the most youthful producer this season when
Ms "Late Love" arrives. He'a 27...Harris Haw-
kins, who plays will Parker In the revived "Okla-
homa," marked time up to recently as a soda-
Jerker at B'way fountains.
"Do you resent the fact that' '" Miller was appreciated. It la toe
the Soviet Union has or does
maintain etnionare apparatues
within the tt.s.T* Again, the
privilege of silence under our
| constitution.
Yet these men were able to
get en the platform of the
union's 60th convention and
attack Congress, President Els-
enhower and the rest of the
povernment. Thev met Just a
few afreets down from the
FBI'* headeiiarters In the Fed-
eral Rldr. But the onion was
Thev were able to get off
soeeohes. paralleling the new
Comintern directive urelng "nl-
" with the AFL and CrO. They
morbid to be called entertainment.
were undisturbed. Thev had the
right to meet and oan- and at-
tack oi" "ovemmerit when, thev
wouldn't hlsst the Soviet Union's
So i listened and went over to
In the Wings: howfolks who can still chuckle
about how tough things are on both coasts are
bandying this one around town...A Hollywood
actor and a Broadway ham (in their cars) pass
each other on Route 6e In the Desert..."Oo
Back III" both shriek.. The premiere of Sadler's
Wells Ballet tat the Met) included a chap In the
audience who wore a diamond tiara on his head
and starduat sprinkled on his face. Reminding
the wags of Oscar Levant's groan: "Ballet Is the
fairy's baseball."
The Kodaktors: Wth Century-Eanuok'a Cine-
mascope is the star of "The Rebe".. Most alsle-
detectivee reported that it brilliantly captures
the sweeping grandeur of the Biblical saga...
"Desperate Moment" hai the police and killer
playing cat-and-house. Suspenseful In spots...
"Arrowhead" offer a band of Apaches from the
Paramount Reservation executing familiar
didoes. Jack Palanca te the top seal-collector ..
"The Caddy" Is another Martin At Lewis eean
carnival. Craty, Man. Crasy!... "Mlaaion Over
- Korea"e Is a routine military maneuver. You sui-
*he An. gatheriPB to breathe the. pect that they are drafting eld plots.. "Below
fresh air among free labor lead- the Sahara" b an entertaining sewlofiefl com-
er. I fection for thee who enjoy nlaaai cracker.
The Pros Box: New York legislators finally
teamed to find out Just where vour money goes
when you donate to charities.. .Senator Tomp-
klns told the papers of "at least three" group
being probed for this and that. Two are the Na-
tional Cancer Hospital (Detroit) and the Cancer
Welfare Fund of N. Y. Both are suing this re-
porter for scooping the Senators...One of the
gazettes in town complained that Confidential
mag is too naughty. This convulses some of us
who recall when the same Indignant editor told
Time mag that he planned to get circulation via
the sln-and-aensatlon gimmick. The reporter do-
ing the currant series practically made a career
out of Interviewing prostitutes Have a quote
from Clement Attlee: "There are many people In
the U. 8. who seem to regard any criticism of A-
merlcan policy as being anti-American,.. Well,
It ain't antl-Peruvlan.. .The weather man named
the Hurricanes after girls: Alice, Barbara, Carol,
Dolly and now Edna.. .Her-lcanes,, .(Tsk-tsk).
Quotation Flirtation; George Jean Nathan: I
think to make ether people Interesting... J. Bar-
ry more: Experience Is what too have left after
you've forgotten her name Wilson Mlsner:
There Is something about a cloiet that makes a
skeleton terribly rest loot H. L. Mencken: A
man alwaya blame the woman who feels him.
In the tame wav. be blames the door ht walks
into In the dark.
Drtw Peargon Say,: U. S. Army eoptoin tell, of two year,
'"Communist Pon; Life of Korean children is mor
difficult than that of U.N. POW'g; Capt. Whitt
backs up words by sending $500 chtck to CARE
X&&*2^^* F PuWWi other people-. lettehl
1 that editors prefer that I
In this column. The reason
about Washington.
It tef y '' Under th* dt,,n of Inch0". K. *Pt. . her.
"Dear Mr. Pearson: J
ja sjufti suaur- * * *
M vni thf lon* month and years I spent In a llttl# in... ..
the Yalu, I became obsessed with the horroi ?.? 1 ",on
.f Sfisssj sr*ssv&prUonn rep*Waud *eu
which were almost Impossible to describe. Wti tatw VSSB
E?. mbio!ro^.W7e.*rld * &&*&
t hli , "kV "f^7 A c0^ whlch waPpoWty-trickn
to begin with whore the people barely existed. ^|nd now after
othe?.y 0i W"' hM *"" dev"&e ,.?** #! South Korea there are hundreds of thousand barely teeplng
with" w,a/p.'.,rT,*tmfJ' hi*rtv meaI ofsteak:anS'rfelJhjng,uP
with Ice cream, I wandered out on the street. There I aw a,
sight which brought pity to my heart. A thin child S not mor5
5"tThT' Sffiithe ta5tale little babv sister 0r brother stTao!
afirvtri tefcK\ WV taint in a garbage can lor. food. Tho
fSona. brought tear from a man
____"A l lk<* t her I realised that she represented so many.
rhnI.mor.H^0S,ana?rUr"t' howlo" And then i um&$M
the well-fed bable at home who have all the love and cara do!
SnlS/l W* "VM *"* 0f 0Ur bl*MIW'* ,of
n."I-,Kmuenoloii,t 5 |B0 fbtrt made opt to CARI. New York
City, which I wteh you would forward. I wrote you In February,
1951, several month before I was captured. I beigcd that you
urge the generous, warm-hearted American publle to likewteo
?" *&*' th*y c'n wr food P*""1* ** AWr"!
"There are hundred of thousands whom you reach who
could afford th S10 for a food parcel which will keep a Korean
child alive for 9 to a week. I urge them not to think twice! Send
the money that will keep these children from dying I
"Aa I said It may be presumptuous for me to ask you to pub-
lish this. But I do hope you will be able to help.
"Sincerelv yours,
"Roger C. White, Jr.
"Captain, United States Army.
NOTE-Capt. White encloaed hi check, which I am ending
to CARE. New York City. Uve hundred dolan 1 a lot for a
soldier to give out of a meagre pay check: and I know that a lot
of other folk will want to show their appreciation of what ha
and his buddle have been doing bv acting upon hi suggestion,
if possible by the time he gets home.
By Calbroith
nto Mr. MtMlls't mnhiuM Jj V**"L*
. nd w til boil ht ^J^mmy'tJievMl,

The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01723
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: 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.
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aAtlaWAn c INGSOde Sept. 22 (UP)A
secretary of the Treasury
George M. Humphrey promised
&anew today that Americans will ai e
Receive an income tax cut due .
In a speech before the 79th -9 q --r .
annual convention of the Amer-
laMtud can Bankers Association. 1Hunm-t The United States Citizens Associati o, with
a d ecaopledgedagain thoat clared membership of 1500 US-rote Zomi' mu
L U.N. do- the excel profits tax on corpo-
n 3,404 rations wil be allowed to laps over 100 members for the annualmeeti ng at tee
a M. atthi same time. bal High School last night. It was the only meeting
to H address et unanswered the year at which any member is entitled to speak feS
T te asdminstration's future plns the floor on US-raters' problems. te
them .merely said "many further ad- The Panam6 Canal Co. has ust under 4000 US-r b
t not ... j.. ustmen n taxes aroe now u- employes..
Saan ae here yaesterdaybn the 11,000-t t .der nsideration b the (3mh) on by t
t M aS etwn to0eedsit thoM Canal by tad Panama Canal eU The Ways & Means Committee and Such controversial Canal Zone issues as the dif
atin w the o tanr, badly dag colon in aware Bay as it ws being the treasury for submission to ential, the General Accounting Office, housing, vac
hih ll ut will be me t boa Harbor f diti a u Humphrey echoed President tons and the use of plunbe rs handymen teams were n
l ch will tow it there forrebuild InhOWer's Boston speech of touched on last night, according to members present.-"
.last night on the fiscal asneets..
diE0!4 Sf national defense. Mr. EIsen- Principal decision was to bring the USCA's Wash.
hI Ow 8 er told his Bostn audien c ington lobbyist Emmet O'Neal, hired for one year front
.- no aenrt e" wi too heavy to bea ste18l a a t ee ta of $5000, down to the Isthmus nut
SIn building defense. Tths led to month "to orient him" on Zone conditions.
,,caIon he might by trino t ae
to -prepare the country for a The cost of his trip will be borne by the USCA.
S P a e B e c h Tre un said td s The meeting declared itself in which termatt s would be
promised, the excess profits tax favor of a small, resident, civil- first consideration. L

tan.'s B promised.ad thetDmk a excesseutao pbcusp ie5 Bbax
will expire Dec. 31. and there tan board of directors for the- certain active USCA memna
S22 (UP) theWO loven4 "they m fppring will be no request for rpnewl. Pnanma Canal Co., rather than today expressed discontent to
--0 .' -a,* ln ate ir _o -He soad the scheduled 10 n r the ingle administrator aug- cooperation shown by aociI
S er ostceutin personal nco tax ted by the General Account- membership n gnr The
. he due. att same tim. ,will -- be Ol. Such directors in "iNo ~embers said the work
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=tyosh eAhereNhe an utd y (U Three ouct o. 21 government ictvotoral
i tWet. tl 1ea OWe earin 2ferl he eid. an meber of t witnesses tok the stand this A sailor's car crashed
gbLut y "4 I lmnirfce'flea.s had.a.rt pln hi wrl7WaaheaxCrns p -t. .s. .-10er fami .. M u ly a year. delegates athe C ,
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Wesas flt ew sfrombo f reso ai ashengo os roe id innon of the U.a. District h Court R oing.
ieultw as the pg nese H tra Ined se t No ;n to I e b nisl t hatee wil ocoese ai tnht's meeting was devoted e ta f for ured am s tso waos
'T l 1o4e tae aneate an oat what ffle etam tiet I aievq tax principally to matters concmmissary em-de. tsie a. s ia

If "al A scaw~ o wthen Gerhea-due-seas~ut. CabBn te. basic noern)- n will dv an rodeo $2.0.who is charged with tall- The injured man. James
haa saiwnd wt Dnmr manhel ofeOH easgin ofs one r toh accocations orgpdbabc Anco.ds ... W CoBarbadian

SBh pe gew onland, a Panamanian who was Ptoday. at the Amadore 1
t"war w r sa getheR adin a d -'But Om very g hdre te ad e head and salem i. Brandl n of Balboa and Carl s
r olandfromlower income taxes. "We are now r t be er ard a mpu nd gelk
0aV -" hu foed1 tal rets t Seed," sh Fran said. ehe dd not s ures
." n-i--i -^ iate--t- .0to Airl"d e hourced itd howadlNtha.t Ru.ssia cn ... rart 'a.n"oa
00 00 orReoalyerewardoao rnprodude o maerUo
endIsimn Fh* g Pift aeO nx N-bomb mak can _____________
1 wrdeliered the lane. atial srit "a matter autoC Clerk Poal rssenoger Hurt
t asurp sed ar o Humphrey said.

cha | e at. airfield OU sd e bt S he ddd this doe not mean" hd
ilotould "that h of reduction inex-erously As Cr
Lnu-y Poawls h .. t nth n n.ee be tedre um.wiinditureb and taxes must be
ter C'st hIu isio wum, pWr r was sugestlon from ab .udoned... quite the contra- rSTwerves OfftR oa
Dore" wo-Iw here the l s would ry,,

eamt e ,. he etth ineto oe -a- bolpe odt the lof awult t. Three out oof 21 gove rnmentd t e .'
cWiese sot"B Sataleli 5ncientTh ?Ren ed to the communists "hWV.e cannot move as rapid i witnesses took the soae thanis A sailor's care tins
1ill reder e S ept. I the .l fD h asintn aos we would like. but our course morning in the CristobalDi- wooden shelter off Rd
by _W hihat W __.ro . ;-..din W ashington _n is plain, ourdobleInrveIbadefinite sionR of the U.S.DistrictCourt Road In Cristobal and Wa
,. bda etVi t.. f oa. hadyt been and, we will achieve It" he said. to testify In the trial of a for- injured a man who:wan
if ~"u.a- tWaosr .s e_ oigl 'od i ether the pmmlane t"I amsure .(the admnistrna- mer Margarita Commissary em-inside.
at l' m the Gem .lo-ia cnt retn n ) dis ad charged with fall-TheInjured man. James
unt mua wlo fown touoflcominpehi ng stroni.er ure to account for public funds. plewhite 54., arbadan,
Al.t er I F C rh. a |el S Dgnstwereturned to defense for low money as time The defendant, Joseph L. New- considered in serious
oe c-b-o-.., mndot u planesge son-.amP land, a Panamanian who was today at the AmadorG
m T h"rIe 0IN'Ir. py9e has 1 dP- Humphreyad the admnts- section head and salesman In Hospital where he is bein sg t
M. page. al .1tration haradnersubestantial the honewtre section, is be-le omend for a compound an
__________ __bolllor. 'ogress" in htn efforts to ba- lng represented by attorney S.Ithe lower left leg and Inteo
ames the federal budlret. The dq- T. F e rakel. injurtoies.
tfie t now is estimated at $3ROOl.- Newland is charged with fal- No charge has been fll otas
S.'8ra gr n000 000 for thle fiscal year which tag to account for section funds yet against the driver of
ends next Mune 30. totalling $3317.78 starting in c ha. Charles R. Baron, a .-
-chanea the need for money." be Hazard an. d asstant Mrs. Kay loff the road and crashed I* -
va-lo rg t said, "we believe we are finally Fisher, will represent the V- Lhe wooden shelter which woag
eonouTJv i 0 toward getting the ernment. There- were 21 wit- about 15 feet off the roadMws
budget under control." nesses listed. iThe accident occurred onO W
Maximum penalty is sentence lday.
Moral* ,. proi 'base. W hi if- who pros 1 -lices sped h ,undred Trk Driver of Imprisonment in the peni- The driver ~Peia d another J @'
nw.e him Into trying to get soe1. dollars on troop tentlary for not more than five forced him to swerve ofn t
_. t soft. Btat-" ldeeas tient. Thene programs; Ramhmedh years. a fine of not more than, road. Police are still Investgatip- t
_A yoe, cn l When he'o es,'-he laTssoba I n the base inters- $l2,000, or both. Ing the accident.
.lRthe trouwl of I Deocra.-ecn ye .oR oaInto.Priests'lCar
r4004a=01erI t9we.sr Aht wdAminhh ieto
tor 0 many ;- I etsfrom the Cnle-
sees1".ast.ain. mn uon frothm the an. M monster O T rol" Admits
Sa raid 'to Ye theVeIenr o trthan the men. tapsWforehead. appeared as;
its am *-Of fulnufaI w5TUaU. S..feeam". teamthis mornlne in the
O da$ "a -am ; isation. .. d which they were .Iy
o. tie Giremendu uco l 't concerned a Panama-
of ey p husbad track driver who failed to
wr set wrhusbandIf n doig tse rlrht of way to the IfNMDMUCK. Austria, Sept. 22 Some 250 spectators, mast-
1301M -Em i. Mw that fclub o 1/oar at an intersection on (UP)-A hermit known U the them women, lned up th
of ofc 'fer ( '4Highway. 7ont er of the Tyrol." told a rain to get seats in the crowds*

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This is an open letter to Messrs. Booz, Allen and Hamilton.
SI have tried to answer your questionnaire in good faith, but
realized the questions were stacked. No doubt made up by
same source that has misunderstood us all along. In the
kt time you have been here, involved with this survey, you
d not have known enough about the employes or the subject
Tave made out such a foolish set of questions. No doubt our
by hole boys in the building rally thought they were good, but
I shows the usual type of thinking from the archives of the
-hts. May I suggest Sirs, that you keep your headquarters
ar away from the Administration Building as possible. Uae
tf freshness of your mind direct from a temperate clime and'
fluenced by our tropical bureaucracy, to get at the truth.
can not use mathematics to solve problems that are of the
t. The true answers are social, mental, moral and morale.
ou really want the truth then go out among the employes.
t them face to face in their homes in the afternoon after
or in the evening and be sure to talk to Mother also.
Our troubles stem from a seemingly simple matter. The lack
definite policy of our Government. Great Britain, France
Other countries have a colonial policy that recognizes the
s of their nationals for special considerations and rights
n serving overseas. Our government recognizes this idea in
military forces stationed on foreign soil. Yet our Congress-
who know that this is just one more of our enterprises over-
i operating through treaty with a foreign power, expect It to
.n on a paying basis.
The fringe groups here are necessary to the operation of the
whole, yet they expect these fringe groups to pay for themselves.
The heart can't pump if the blood don't flow and the blood
.won't flow if you starve the body. How can they expect the dry-
docks and shops to pay their own way with the burden they car-
ry of overhead and the limitation of service. They are there as
an overall part of the Canal operation. How can the printing.
plant pay its way when it is non competitive and loaded withe
overhead, or any other fringe group.
If we have an American enterprise here we must also main-
tain it, which can only be done with American labor. Our new
r bases in Europe will enlighten you on that.
i But by what reasoning can they ask this American labor to
day the coat of operating.
Must we, Sirs, as employes, carry the cost load of building the
lomes we can not own or even choose; build federal buildings,
toads and pay the salaries of the top officials we can not even
You may at this time feel that my remarks are not pertinent
to your survey, but indeed they are. It will I hope show you the
reasons why more and not less fringe benefits are necessary and
therefore why so many employes are leaving and why it is so
hard to gRet qualified persons to come here. You can put it down
at all trouble stems from a lack of policy by our governing of-
clals with the present discrimination against the U.S. employee.
How many vacations I go on, or how much money I save hasd
nothing to do with morale. Happy and contented people make
Ofr efficiency. We are not happy nor are we contented. Telling
us there Is a boat out every week will make some egghead think
lhe is wise, but It will not increase efficiency. It takes well qual-c
lfied men and women to keep this place going and accepting thel
llff-raff Is not the answer.a
May I suggest the following for your consideration: Let the
government accept the cost of carrying food. housing living
mfIntenance for the local rate employee and not pass it on to
e U.S. employee. With their present wages such aid Is needed,
t the cost should not be borne by us.
a Better yet the Canal should do away with all local rate hous-I
tgs, schools and commissaries. Double their wages straight down
t e line and send them Into Panama. This should please them,t
te merchants and aid the economy of Panama and reduce Canal
tstas. Those necessary to keep in the Canal should pay income
13x to help pay costs. Give equal pay for equal work regardless.
Let there be employe representation onr the Board of' Direc-
tbra. Let tha.lres-p.t declare that the future policy of the Pan-
ama Canal wi I remain as of a definite past date with the con-
tinuance of the 25 percent, vacations and reduced transportation,
Wmmissaries to carry only US. made goods of first class quality
l not above U.S. costs on the average market. This will leave
ilen the foreign field for the Panama merchants. Rents to be
Sed- on maintenance costs and not the amortization of build-
Og costs.
Let our government recognize that this is home to many
lpericans. To those young people born here and wko finish our
aiools there should be ample opportunity for work through Ci-
vi4 Service, apprenticeships and learnerships. And for those old
timers who have spent the prime of their life here and desire to
nlsh here permit them to do so with a great deal more con-
Oaeration for their wellbeing. .
Further, while we are at it, let the Government be much
more liberal to its loyal local rater who retres by doubling at
last his pension, with proper provision for his widow and even
aamall glot of ground in qur vast ten mile strip.
S* ut above all we request a definite permanent policy that all
nzy understand. We will then know where. we stand and what
owr future will be, it we stay. Please Sirs. if you wish the
tAth. get out to'the homes and talk to the employee and his wife.




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] By Victor lesel

ST. LOUIS 8ince the corri-
dors of the DeSoto Hotel, Just
down the street, were crawling
with men who have refused to
deny before Congressional Com-
mittees that they were part of
the Soviets' espionage rings, or
that they would .hire men out of
the Russian espionage appara-
tus, or that they had distributed
subversive literature in Naval
installations I thought I'd
drop in and see Just how friends
of the Soviet Union operate in
this art of our Wall Street
And there they were. Friends
of Alger Hiss. Men who in 1940
had urged our copper workers
not to dig the stuff lest we make
anti-Nazi bullets out of It. Men
who at this very moment control
the digging and refining of al-
most every strategic war metal--
Including uranium ore In the
Western Hemisphere.
I wanted especially to see them
in action. I wanted to see the
men who could convince the
Canadian 'government, for exam-
ple, quietly to give them control
of manpower in the newest, most
secret, uranium ore refinery in
all the Western World. This hap-
pened just a few weeks ago at
the refinery in Uranium City. in
Northern Saskatchewan.
/These men must have consid-
erable powers of persuasion.
They got control of the man-r
power in that Uranium City re-
finery without any other union's.
even getting a chance to be vot-
ed In.
Who are these people? They
are the leaders of the Mine,
Mill and Smelter Workers
Union, independent which Is
a eruhemism begtuse It is
re""" intimately tied up with
the 'viet line. They have been
meetinT here all week, Just a
few streets from the Hotel Jef-
ferson where the AFL leaders
This was better than Broadway
melodrama. Here a fascistt ban-
dit of the pen" like myself could
slipo into the Mine. Mill convene.
tion holl and see the gray-haired
Nat Witt, friend of Alger Hiss,
counseling his union before he
took off for a secret rendezvous
at the Hotel Continental In Kan-
sas City
Wilt Is the snarling lawyer
who was once asked bv P Con-
gressional Committee, "Did you
ever wive information to Mr. J.
David Whittaker Chambers." end
refused to answer on grounds
that he might incriminate him.
Later he was asked: "Did you
know orlor to 1040 that....Cham-
ers operated a Ru1ssiean enlt.
age Apparatus between Wash-
Ineon and New York?" And Witt
took the privilege. No answer.
And there on the platform was
the husky who looked like a
eenial old bu onner with his
blackeye pa -.and I trust the
heirs of ancient pirates will for-
give me the analogy.
For big bqv Maurice Travis,
uLion nowerhouse and secreta-
rv-treasurer, was asked by ai
Congressional Committee last
Oct. 7:
"If you had heard that Witt
was a member of the Riussian
eanlonagR an)'atlaps. would yoU
still have retained him as con-
sel for the International Mine,
Mill and Smelter Workers of
Travis came back with "T re-
fine to answer that question on
the same rounds. my rlphts un-
der the Fifth Amendment." tout
revolutionary, that Travis,
ThbP this man who domin-
ate this union, which has the
U.&. by the Jucular vein be-
cmare its people control produc-
tion of. nlkle. copper, ine,r
lead, bpW. uranium, hith ee.
tane ovation gas, heavy water
fo A sd H hombs, and also
. uelUgs of this stuff, was

"Do veu feel Innooent of any
par In a eonspiraey t under-
tako to overthrow the govern-
ment by foree and violence?"
Again he took the privileges
of silence.
And behind the scenes here
was the powerful Graham Philll
olan 'of Denver. Once he wasi
isked bv Oonqreu to deny that
ie distributed Commulnist lier. i
Ltire 11i the Navy. He took the
And then he was asked: "Do
ou think the Roviet Union has
Right to mlntain espionage
D.paratuses within this noun-
ry?" He consulted with Nat Witt
Lnd-was silent. te
"Do you reason the fact that
he Soviet Union has or does
maintain enilonase appnratuuei
within the TT.5.?" Again the/
ri"vlege of ilenee under our

Yet these men were able to
get en the platform of the
union's G0th convention and i
attack Cene, em. ,eiM t Els.
enhewer and the art of the a
,everneat. Thea wet ust a
few streets dwn from the f
PPs headenertes In the Fed-
eral Mie. .f the t alem was
They weoe able to get off
oseches. perallelng the new
omintern directive iirvin ","ni-
r" with the APL and O. They
were undisturbed. Thev had the t
eight to meet and vplan sad at- |
Ork our wove r"ent when thev .d
wouldn't blast the Soviet Unlop's
overnwOeit. e
So I lihstened and went ever to I
he AFT. latherig to Iweetbe tho, p
esh air amaeu free lbor lead. u
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INowTs aG-d Time to''d S 'dUp P?....

bssup worde sbyd wn -in
2 doci f tWINEli I
r in thle isa'1..hek

I he Is' heet A a from'an e
W to tIONU.S totbe 40 W.

Tho e s from C a o d t ,
mader pany C try,

brook tout solving the trotheuble oarybodyature.

t m. fbout thl hopeleu .ee of tryig to gt Allah, o pnleouy ripple, an Idot. h!al-bUnd, uori. ,a... .... . ,
u ill e o er over the world etot he A. o m
l'y p th 9 tter before he gets hman

Sespec s e true when you en a miar s t alo the man trt f O w

lot of time a t te of whom ther le te

extermination. hAm D nto the Putter. Theye he would lay. th .... ""
filthy wa~er. srulln herrb D eet ut ld r a T u b, t

roayn Ale oat enapot thnkd lie a hotand to o th e d a ieg so n. -- ..... i a-I vr An"le as do favor, a big ta PS a
lettrro or at least o svtgt r eIt.bn.yout cgl

peverody en. t ver w ywld. To. y nover oneawe and tr ly n woI o *h t d lo th4mae J .W a 1e r ln w O h e d obeen-Uarw em ltush.'.
, i I unea otherya llvebya ,aol frtee w lm on ind All f's ..rg lIn the long months andyoars I, S
I e thepe al ti wh the t I became obsessed e
s o er ion o ho u .r the i L b gerth le
oTaof itme aangftrel rabsn of. womea erag e Ar ulal rb oln of th Ithe a JrgiviW 1a trg am"Ue.*

areougndze nothe ~ing wronb la teal, and w o l f i l otime a orrlof wumlo lurh ato the .. > ._' _* B.6*
wamrmadti eTan s Inot th bu, iaTessy of theray sIxtd huo r hom wmouldl aughan us~ ~~Iiswo *' weaea sa.
exeromi o, hdI d O th tol o the uter.. In m -I was to be .- t tn W
pitey IOngI My ntent. tenw'
Armakie Td nr i beahuman 'ie thea anhidr
powle in t*aIco. tdhe haneve berughiatel,&,
ferol. n base~ f~thef div*ohe byul laworHe olti a .-da n M oftan I pa

Would bs ate tln, -op -swaing lesa a fluid and If you hae ever bween In a boubtrr or stoc.d ..-; .

troWezlelyn oft wraon Thte tim tha espti"alme fet rtoonero are kent .ear d "ti [ "I m mnalniia chuk made aft.t" fA.'K" 4 p

A ver n "n o I entout r t ro bi, o rn avte shr eetm w o t r e ari eteadea i e a ,, .
rbalyot Aer ost expert ald sIt.,ent tvt e Dofn't on th 4ociarity- aln twiee s 0haw .a i'Atb
unwatolied asi.. le sa lema menJ. ri, orieelp heOuh., PR'OPLB- T
a Alm]wlin a e at

sentyr w pt some ofen he ,. do roaesfe, yeu ehad allvPefa himp i "
him to ha l. tho fa.t thkt Oht ohh w ton d U hod they woll over a .T hte te o wlel b te *,,heck, wl''a ,mas'd,, as.d t.h...I
nweIhfweo her f r.hayg ttwu

pa.?yi a ^ Wate nt y f otr e rooa m. a Urlted No l,,tpe WOrldof ip l awed witfi uh thone |i. ...L. .'
bro bu solving the troubles of everybody. db t.
thinx abou t hopelessness of trying to tete Allah, a pteous ripple. an idlota mhablimd,hoor,
everybody, everywhere, to love one another R 48 trjoly delbrsed, who rssdtKWshal me *-Wprimirl NpuutotW
quit killing each other all over the world. gaPA2V
This especaly strikes true when you t send a familiar si f utalong the mare tre "IofO ra elnfIwarI wereald M
lot of time a iongstm. e Arabp, of whom thee Ty ocrippleyad tool b OtOVried srl Moan frehee
theo a several million srathtered here and there-ae engutterteper.rTee 5 egraeI=

extermn action. him s ntouthe gutter. Th s e he wou d lay einthe
M almo dang do noT think like a i w t oflothermakl idnes ents live sra on e ocalua n m ass. nev theo*oan
and p.wl. In base they oIve by aimalon law, or He would aotinae theFy,a u te i off O ,we a
Indirect personal Application ofIt.idit no re- in obscene br th r toward om men heo "ih-t

remog Ies nothing mwrongusnamtealnm. and ptueornae hArd iofresme llooother.
far from i person noth aiaf tand man. woei sIed oer, highlycam or m
hro ably the most expert and pdnlsomnt thieves to the ar dan. "MoenonaofAe.died.s them 300.006
n the wnatdo An unguarded touse will be strip. wondolra 0 0.8ath Weg ** aro h do of th
unwatthalle sat" d4u 060ne t eyweveees arta il

or aI s hmincoed by.r phouldeed the arm and hauled whl little L
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0s0he As VIWrEo iNiA Service
*'Sept. 22 (UP) Tax agricultural a $0 9
a" h r pius theim overall problems of'the new .*Q65
,iutlosm upeil for President Elliblhow- amoss a fAQ101
.- his.. ret to t. whI toHoue. WEST. .. .
1seyv"en weeks since the aredent left utaleesuVm e3
.for tool Ciloreado. Only 15 weeks$k 5 B *S CROWN- *KJ4
r i a Couid sessiMo of the 3Ord Congress; rt ybthe 462 OKQ14
mstooe*lete the record which the Republican Party at, d rO e
iU d oe vters to a prove in November, 1954. 13 Evening arty contest to make VQJ
,-m is.short. speaking in Boston last ni ht, the 1s4 05 se Irn s ,Ihow -
as unable to moak any specific policy an- ismBit ter v.tch" ars o 1sOto watch e W ed-vul.
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19 --uV-1 43 diS tia 'eranc A "-pIA Pa m
wagVsgS visitor.^ asOU t 2 Genu Iri 41t Seal AeP3 ##aPU Many bridge players act as
,iate nt? aale20t A ffirms .4 we;r r playsewPan they breed

a nas ste a mt l ed e on try ancd to pl wen mthey neneing
u nr al to te abrupt decision of 4 Au day that France as aceted t This curious mental attitude

*n p Itries of h a Nnl, Ad.y e emfe to pne the s .at of-
b N dam Gaiyn th mt othr won with trhe queen.

h oifS i of H 500,000 GeTtirma-an troop clubs and natural returned the
f te lu in the aed armies arrayed eht o sp ades, f our hearts, holding
ma ou a with pn) t Communist aggreslon. e king, and ten of spadelub. Club
ue.SQar aftUPard PAR playseemed the ksuit most like-
to a r Sue !mte. t hesh So u eas In nany c 1nellor o ly to frls the nt nptatick, sof

faMat W l 2aw toL lab rupte iist or n d t Prenab-teFran meeting after Once West had used up hait
Shri e ht clear the waictory n South led ace o spad ines on the scolub and
prim-ame of t l sen"owe r isturf-o 3-b- ?E 45 .. for ratification o the Aon- let t rids zor a finest e,
V miet.ui brief r a e I pean defPaense ary election round of that suit the defense

stufa'm thesekl ag tofhee of Fnch I j neth I was domed to fa0lu=e. The
deattk tio owWleunn trhu aday good rs t mad the consequent inclueand East won with the queen of
te .rram eof heut 00,000 ermaeign troops c lubn des andcoul neveaturally returned the be brought
Hto pteto u M aad in Boaiiton e allied armies arrayed eiSht ofce Wes t ha d no aideins

*m a dU Ometer Predi5 WE Waesoht oe hh is
Stm es tO WWmlyaterell) ia gai Communist ares on t king and tehi of spades,
di t o-oove te e odo t umd that the ace. Another club ind Westse
AA2or d Ia f ID Chefthe 15b al Pwas oeulennan.t resist the temptation of

muc the tn theUnito S I.h' hre N I -t would be included meeting anftr Once Wc t had used up his

and Noenw t oolnoe tur RnsIBp 0.. Io thlek and. fragrant. Yarrow e fenders co0l t
S quied () The crushed between the hand is Adenauer, vacationing n the e of t clubdes, on the second

d terrine of ." will be tru of theaeat on pungent as wintergren ad ass- black foreate la expected to re- one diamond.
M a haM ount- record. to bugs. safs ceive Trance's acceptance late usi ont> ao back to west's
Shit h on s Fo i thedsi tSa, t h recent prtFrmenchGerman taion rond o that esuthe defoueneof
-" r" f ei *Tn ,si "i = == B ug aro m et e eaf ead e in, Tnce West had no side

baimsto -met he th only o aawer: ti h dat fr Frenchaeddan talkBaa. five spades to the e In one
A I the gratIln nOftl of ne-. hand oppmade his e sma padet-to

te i g above afe a assumed the e club finesse
at wy n tab meste at C old Ne r er he I fSDO NiedAdenauer wanosed a direut capt ong hisng h with gn ace-
S Mthdworlae i st h te hn as th e contracted
outn to. 4 e latereMh to nw. 22lnsi e ev, do,, hre laeo rf mata ttdes onet hae, and
Sb o e n runed between the hands Io Adenauer, va ationing In the two clubs, cou tm e, at
e e .n o the pu e s wnter e black f expected to re- e diamm3d.
Th t "W "n- t oh sl clve Franccets acceptance late Now -rt o back to West's
ma da.,AL Bo ,. g B .rm.ePe 5 d ict..s pos =. kr oB &, oonnton f o
ain Sh rape rat h t spadoe. f sha i play-
a a.... ....,sL.dMeo s a '.o^ oWte st .nr Sc. r

tospot*e dalm e sBltas eBead beS lonacenaled. meamofds .S ucr
A 0 ,met ul th ca ar " drede a d en er mt a ks dep ae ltewerntom st dham
wo. r... ~-- ae .tltat the ptW nfle, said, Sehand O pos ti three small spades

ia a ) It atsaboveLOVItEwas drtune.
t n tteha t y faoe aeen be A th e cuinesse
af he "fu hereite wo uldrbpInclded n anylost3o it k in t
-.seah .twndfa th co t ract.

4lutouFaavr eore him to k conresa fnor l-burreled dZa.ndst to strike and ow amtaWn
funds for a multl-blllton eoec- the ronst noet" e mad ofni th

t he bellwth of AmR10an who wa -%qur ppe-a-ft tterR42 ed OW c
eaw" SeMt. s3 gar d n- "dignity fnd free- half years ago to for Mr a *he a not-so- t to r o
*n iur odome B g thaindifinnalesHesl.ed- mis dlei ooleer found him re- lair warof t ihesrun f*ar* Ih c rows
nh--T Aar hio red roal aortu of th l lan cenbl o othspa ncGe .nals-- d thenpr a i la e .
bomb,.0 =mPartya mo ad the ntio n o the de-was reported today. Caorn huaa and icko .l hu s
MgihrW@asr Clo Nrb we re t6 t to ee oer sde utory wear told oowa m-t-

i eres, a1 ~mone wther, now b. Pau or hi
"to fe tre aterton. .., w a m L- t

oi aWrordrld.i bghhhd and anby the
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Neutt oa W" G a Sep erlie A lltd a g1. -
WBs, gte last ngttt th-e =U)- ,ue oo=s ereInt-fo 'Js e o
thedg d free-half ra ago to lo*o a nert eat nt-
d.mthe..thew.,,nD L He pg- mre ir ts a fo h iwso

e d the nato "to th del wed agent tar has t
*dedto .. Ot e ag storywa tosld thr .o-.

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funseft E e w s mi I esdt iicmnla fr, to" dne=

fr, wd ut b Pridaen IfoWo wehan-s 1 d,!.an wfab .L

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MM eas seat h tFel, ope- a thae- of cold lk,...wiitup...drik.lgpow.

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n his partner's hand he refuses the second round 4d
wouldn't have taken his ace of spades. South must try pmotlh
pades so early. He would nat- club finesse and East wins with
rally and Mutomatically let the the king of clubs. East tha
First two spade tricks go, saving leads his lost spade, and Wet
is ace for the third round of takes the ace of spades. West i
hea suit. He should have done now In position to take his 1sI
exactly the same thing as a de- two spades and the defended
ender. seat the contract witif thrl
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- Jet Leopard

PEGGY, a lively four-month-old leopard, recently became the
lirst four-legged animal to sample the smooth, quick flight of a
B.O.A.C. Comet eitt airliner. Peggy was a great favorite on the
Uganda Pavilion at the Rhodes Centenary Exhibition in Bula-
wayo, where she captured the hearts of visitors with her playful
and mischievous antics. She was presented to the Halle Or-
estra, which visited Africa in connection with the Centenary
neleblrations. Her B.O.A.C. Comet flight was from Livingstone,
iIorthern Rhodesia, to London, where she transferred to a B.E.A.
izabethan for onward carriage to Manchester, where she has
F ken up residence at the Bellevue Zoo. In the photo Peggy, with
-ypical, feline independence, .ignores the farewells of B.O.A.C.
Stewardess Eileen Bartholomew on arrival at London Airport and
seems much more interested in her first glimpse of English soil.

RUTH MILLETT Says.... Along as she lives she will1
Demand clothes that make her
feel younger, rather than older,!
S"Oh no. not that. It looks so give her pleasure as well as serv-
1niddleaged" said the attractive- ice, and be something to live up.
looking, white-haired .shopper to to, not simply something to be
the clerk who was showing her comfortable in.
ldressc's Women who feel that way hold
Was she who was well into on to their femininity through
?middle-age being foolish in re-'the years. The women who grow,
jectihg the dress that to her less feminine as time goes by are,
looked definitely "middle-aged"? the ones uho figure that be-
No, she was being wise. For she cause their youthful looks are
had evidently made up her mind gone, there is no point in paying
that being middle-aged didn't much attention to their looks.
necessarily mean being drab. Why should a woman, just be-
She knew a woman need never cause her hair is gray. out-grow
give up her delight in clothes, her. delight in the "young" feel-
That to a woman a dress should ing that clothes with dash givei
always be more than a bargain her? Why should she settle for
or a feeling that it will "wear drabness just because she is
well," or "do" for certain occa- middle-aged?

S.S. Port En Bessin ... .. .......................... October 5th
SS Dieppe ...................................... October 14th
M .S. W yom ing ...................................... October 16th
S.S. lie De France .............. ............... September 26th'
S S. Liberte .......... *............................. October 2nd
S.S. Flandre ....................................... October 10th
Weeks 'e t t aro Service Between Cristobal. Balboa & West Least
of U S. & Canada.
Crtotobal: tHKENLH LIP:r. PO. Box 5015 Tel. 3-2476 & 1818
Panama: LINDO Y MADURO. S. A. Box 1038
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Great White Fleet

S.S. "LEMPA" ............................ ..
*S..S "YAQUE" ................ ................. ..
S.S. "MABELLA".............................Se
'S.". "SANTO CERRO"..... .....................
S.S. "HIBUERAS" ..................................oct. i
S.S. "BYFJORD" ..................................Ot. 11

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S.S. "MARNA" ...... .................... t.
S.S. "JUNIOR"....... ............. ........... s
S.S, "ESPARTA"............................. spt.
S.S. "MAJORKA"................... Oct. 4
S.S. "LIMON" ........... ................... .O...-0 ,

Weekly sailinp "I twelve passenger ships to'1New Xe k, R L
Orleans. Los Angeles. San Francisco abd Seattle.

Special round trip fare from Cristobal to New Yai*,
Los Angeles. San Francisco and Seattle.

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Royal Mail Lines Ld.,

S.S. "CUZCO"........$....... ..... .. ...... .Sept. 22
S.S. "FLAMENCO"......... ...... .......... ... .Oct. 3
M.V. "SALAVERRY"...............................Oct. 4
S.S. "DUIVENDYK"..............................Sept. 27
S.S. "DARRO".......................................Oct. 5
M.... "DONGEDIYK'........... ... ,,... et '
S.S. "LOiU RYAN"... ,........ Oct.
All Sailings Subject to Change Witht Nqtiee ,
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EM P. Do Not Foiget Tomorrow -Wednesday -Tomorrow

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f .. ...._*-- __ ;.... rece ve the u... m ents." tbe Mts .
.A.e .. .t c. (A "l S eti n Suit n s lhA's h sA o
ty 6*** a 3521,U F Spres Are Ig Sar ls Warned letter w basd
_41 Halted; Has Plaintiff Mionaio e Milkman By Pea Bishoprs tek

TIu be*eftoCsa t ZeonISfr 0 t hei Isle a (m] attcould-eol b, 4be O ilESr (r4idt a ,
al B ets for 3S aBU r3 th er a : AU"n ,&e g ru so *.*' in hold whdSr stm Chlcago, wohs to> go towu- eson of Monmouth College'salid foreemet oll t 5
tli - -- w u ljrt l... ,lawst.e Aoolaio of Accredited rope to se l wealth, return- toda that Catholic students uder the present
0aw0J. Allenhl.la ofla0C. r opetonelon scwoalt he a erCia, uoo Moximouth Ce Aaid foceuntD all
g JA a, re.& L.Au of C let .oin 'e veratty southern ColIdgtW ed from his annual four- e6ul attend the Presb terian imo for a Ca
--^s^ -l..;.c- .& s^^^f&s .S., r"-MMnD ^^?--- --,+i
Mrs. I -be.a Law school tOW asIAsp- Ward, a teacher, re- month spending spree today school without deyingthe Ro-
sh.rt sV es. in.t: I where she will a ade poned oeitl ceived a cel of arts de- and small travel was beginning man Catholic bishop of Peoria.
Dia r sontheIsthmusCon son-n olawd rn had own -Oea gree from sCollege to bore hm. He said Cathoeic students _
Albea tWilleoHotetinandMr.l 'th +InUQ tpo' Army Asp. aere and a meters deoe from He's so tired of traveling, he eodld attend this year without
St. V .tree U the a Bible
---x.o...i St. e ur The tect that thne Arm aW Atlanta University, but no Ne- said, that he hopes to stay at taking the Prebyterian Bible
".o xe in'n t "OMty s -. s ake a Ward, who bas ro schools, are members of the home ad rest next year. ae the Catholic
Ah1bessado of Eouador Lt. Ia ,weill show two t Davis Leaves tie rnschootwahot herited 3,000,000 Danish kroner
Aluj andro astelu films: "Operation Doorstep," a Mrs. Da v who ias bee~ own 4 eber a ra ot hurgood Marshall, attorney ah 00n o e at ade s they couldn't
o left-Panama yes- slow motion picture of atomic vatoig In Panama forthe hm or the state Odi eorgla for the National Asso iation for Danish government took all but aduate wthut five hours
tesatson b vaditioninr to p-ntinfhrt. inerit- credit tu religious courses. Thus,
S g.w tests on buildings similar to weeks asthe of until today when th me i the Adva nceet of Colored about $250,000 of t in erit- e Cat atte
.* r prw t wtho s edfoundtInthe :.Canal Zone' i -it ttmos- abin ot i Sg tn A T.Ah r ?nc taxhaes a rseto said Cat holly shoulder attend
"Civi De e- d h C ton ;e M1b R ani toSl01i and y t3 SU.~.r b Ditrict coufl People and Al nta N at- ance ax est onl if hedo not plan to grad-
to banao L ionel t concerns asteio Con-. MiaMe sro oute t h hoe in the case, wac washeoled representing Ward, said they m~rlcan dollars and will not *
o P nbsss to) Ui t cone fCon or it. r ior tr. a n- HCs didn't even -ktow he had been allow the Seeburga to take the
o Cfionel Lt ac tion. NoobY rk- Cityonminwerhbrtrhinlhoe ma e d d S.'sGni relsaid there wereT25
ate u eht "-It i. O f th C a- o A .-"e f .. .. etheohadI then aororfmw.l rthe they can have only rthe oleg of registration for the b. sgu.f Qhg _.
,s Th, e Al tar Guid ot'- the.ca- h an m r _. .- Afr a ttCorneys fy r botss illF mtherIncome from the inherit-oecau
N to: willS.n dk Ieho .babyTdauhtrars trla hg todnr"ohat b on moa .. 5r112 per cent a year-or tidy e Catholic students ear-
et th i-enh Ran0ho1 ttarden. A hloe t th ebith agredtois$1,75 wi.ch aC e t w tich amo t s t a en denra at dioces
ma, meetn at :3 thb e ed o~M 1om ,' n T -.- -, ,. theyi w an t s er that they could not "in gooad- 1
S- -t.J-. ... 1r. D hGuild ;on i To tUne,. on Sept. ok Nal WarHo'- Arsy ee fote no k coU eo any o nthe prityle tncipa they m ways have been M onmouth if l

01al0 MaoeSaV Gr6A NMree I- tment probab would ruta'tbecaue hhopetomgeoPrLto re no b in-enatthendMonmouthnt
w, a p andet -,ll b. ,o 2aral. Mr. B e- n i . h ..... .- .... n to wro ,a r
.h o- Sdtoa? hr scoo. ls woulaid meah it, d be at s t Seeburg o e forced to take the required Prot-i
lSp ,tr, CultudralAt-rownet- ... Me= Rtobe.r"at- tht 1 _toro a se oAn T0tM.OAt wAtth Amer, eenheritane "I estant reliious training.

028' ^ e t]r a e-lS'd lobn ".f. a. p r *e *,e*e ho.eH.l < --pr-*^^!can .Edito r of theab rin her t ed- l ro t nmo and his | | |O .
e. at- h eN and Mrs. The 0. is Club of D o.fac g aed-d th ece M oito ar dry re r The colleen operated by the | I
S Jor ette eai; and lu8tcheon on Th orsday r t Ely n to y i e e pr U- i vety o f Barcelmoon a nd hain the wf ,l failed to mae UntedPresbyterian Church. also,
he,.. nchRanc ho. r.e Or? n.e*d .atind Wden from Ate gh re t5O t red extensively lcn Latin their claSwedish to the estate b uilt res attendance at chapel

S tain Mew York. sa" igucar channeW but chool Aner-a and Auroge. by nolm.. Hansfrom's husband, a Any Catholic who knows the JEWELRY TO
eservatila may b maude bridge contractor nature uado, theirfourthspenflbding spree..I
e with M r DQpkmi's C7b1 S 0.Ig Shortlay atr ', rthe State OUrum a uands -rb s he said r she and her s.-theless enrolls himself therein is A

mCook.i said Ward's A rmy rei s coifgto Panam-firstIng nthe style to which theyn will make t unable for himven t o stu-
aiea -. ,tMornings mGr mup m Notice latent probab wou)d ru because he ho se P. io- are not accustomed is begin- dents hey have work or an-;
S orn .m r .McCarty. A s morning cheneilh. "etwe y easandtas$he rthO uhdent h emonfrs and- te u R s io nwane. other acceptable reason." o
u d uawle_ .etwo goe deht +ndti -.a1a to rtr fis ne ws in t l o i
f snt%< nzgit .h.- s frt hae atu.o0 0onm "emaw autlikea, fairy tale,"I Buthe said he cou ld not "mod-.
Sthe AUnitel Ar- ls ms e i NTERNATIONAL
S n to eave 1 e ce because e was a ristobl, one block from the dt it. I think maybe well take beu te lIatee .u lr s o-f t

d P Clot h noand t. Std..P M. McCarty, Browne, 3228 Empire 'Street ola- .e- tthat 1 beforee A-.was, leaves -tor his-visit; bo e inheritance.' "I didn't llgiotstraining.
the Gorga s HoPI- Balboa for all members of tried. dent Eisenhower. believeIi t."
Sror., as t a Ion te Cll l. l o tht- t he an e be ee- "That's up to. the. faculty
wa. e t i C k*,t hat-It hTh eept a sen l IOs t o b1r wa1
S. N., Morni ng Studyt Gra see and gain f to tourist ndon he e to- ert in Iis Chicago r be the
tentative t s e interior, visit rest of fetime. Wed expressed n a letter by the .
f bnt oniderationfevrlu.nn meet represeht-tves "of t-t.e m hheadway egaeore A.Carton Peoria diocese

n. -noed w hil te r ll e her .s-th te olyt imsto h chancellor. Which was read e It Now

St air' edrnn hyld otedscnds fptor ate onr ed a purh hee Te I
I04j8ITi'em"n fl"L z_ r to

Mr i o.r. Jo- Coro ed of W trs. Lnd NobSleo .. o ,s d a ish eebr Ihe itd C c
a (b St coa Browe. P" lBealyrseo g ane.i an arw e l. p cir, ., a h a t ao ve t nn he e d oin tot ty eno na i na
g tekr. . Se o t pttnt said tg e a oat"ure art oe m from her sister, Heby letter term ed Monmouth Collegev
<. >u *J11 : BorsLi "m ,':Wmed soHi? t beemr nkee uch her heLr ,"deLnp ,nd denomnngton

morth .aeb- con dtee. I a dnt ed No. 6mproohre A cer A*whherstehe In
S i one N o oemon to the a W Uversty of Barcelona n ihas lst.n ithe will failed to make sheol."
SaMrs. ames Tn. ular chann tth school Ar and Eure. by rs. ses husband, a Any Catholic who knows the TH JWLRY
,-State. S..own. Ward o d. uputomd hitm. a.-F bdgurg e con t ator e o n ature of the shool th n ebeu nnee
o Aiiveo Tom, W LAint-Aiateisan or coaff lnub Shortly tnfx te a te Crossroads rclna he said she and her hu-thel enrols himf therein s v
Lieutenant General Daniel To Give Coffee Board of Regents et up en- 9 band toured England, Scotland. In defiance of. God's law which
Koc~s.expected ,to arrive In The Inter-American Women's tranc'rq uIrementthat. made MeeLts- Tni Ire'la Germany and Den- will make it unable for him to,,a
asi a, i ,p nAmerican Club will give*a morn ing cof-'it almost impo l- Negro' mark during this trip abroad. .' U* '
CiRO m o 4ptber 23 for a fee Wednesday at '1o 0 ; a.. togain entrance. Thby dida.lot of shopping; too,
Sr, W the Iesh u at the -Clubs'Had rs in d thenfiod his federal The Crossrod aAm eu Radio h" -o

3Abetaaion mftr saInw Warad thenf As U oniADT
tn-An ion bn honoral .' Club will meet tonight at 7:30 In "I don't think we'll go at1 n o r
s lady of the Re of P a- the clubroom on ntenance all, next year," she d "It's
the 'U- mSat D a Ar- di- Divibion premises, Canal Street; the traveling. We get: so tired

wb one pln quirence becr. Ctlnoc m t nFENCH PERFUMES
oetP.C. Clubhouse. a off. The terest GUREwe

.mTo conte ded he i -CATRYA receive Is enough to live on
The program will Include a anyway."DINNER SETS
e R puti originallyy concerning the Red Cross and K"-eep 'Enm B Susy- 4 o h er 5
Ou~do. returfnqd at t are "T films. 'teen-age
od Whstates. eands.'teen-age bys spent a-hot suni-
mer day cuttinO at Weste UME JEWELRY

wilvel.t on" Mu t S ProspectiveCanalw hZonei 'co ns- m eCemetery aaltel nair l Te t
Sdvisiti ha area-atee." Mud nipal Judged Lo INEN TABTH
Shald on the second andafter the boys dmaed TOILET ARTICLESk
fPaat. t o w fourth TuesdaYs ,,0ach iontb. toolshed ownet by the city..
by.Pro+Parisamuof0 f t, en dis VC. F. dents to enter the

Nav t*ow WEDNESDAY oImorrow
7 -b ho"J Ba o, -u.,*l- V.iW .be ,.
: h ''i J~ ~~avdJIs Our Opening ay for the Most Modern and

,tei Ed.it .oTuiiY r a up to Date Store in Panama, the New
tralrlng progl-p, .Na PaSal
e frien.. eof,,r .At Lackland AFB With New Styles B A ZA A R
doJMr, au- hs. b,, BR&ia "llard

1partllpa ,Int ofr owa- ,He winIn No. 66 A Centrol,Avenue
t a l ge trnning with l ; E nt Bpence rlel tr _essei1or-1-00i010 11101
flaistanee and will coqlimus- 'ia,'for further trst.in -Durin .
ai1me o OtRirh, stoed as offices of the Navy hip tour df duty at a d.i he
S the birth or Ma~rine Corps upon radia- attained the rank of ovationn
,r,. o.atin jgo n Cadet Major. 6d We urge you to otten our opening and see the newest novelties ,
-for m uaflons !ack W e u veauy uted'h 't-

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Sell em... W hen You Tell'em thru P.A. Classifieds!
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panamai

No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 1-2291. and

Fourth of Juiv Ave.-Phone 2-0441

No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon
Via Espaia No. 34 Panama R. P.
(ella Vista Theatre 3ia.)

Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199

10,059 Mel6ndes AVe.-Phone 255, Col6n
"H" Street corner Estudlante St.
Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798

HniAlseliol Asiomobiles I" y* te*, .* drikin prbleoml Houses on beach, Sonta Clara. Also
WI A o. .ll.. Amsaymeus. ien in COOL Campona mountains.
(R SALE -0 cycle 9.2 cu. ft OR SALf: 1930 Old&,n,-ble 7b. 2081 Anseo. C. 2. Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboo 1389
"neral i-i: tr c refrigerator 2.,-'1 Juty pu.d. Fine condition, radio. r-------' or see coretoker there.
C, Moqc 'hetf ga stove, 2 glas May be seen throughout day at DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.- ,---s .-.-t -the r
dcnr 0 (, Zenith Tron,- BoiLoa G.aen. $1.250 cash. Must Central Avenue "K" street. corner foster's Cottages. One mile post
.n, :c C3 Webcor au- sell so,,. Ask for Johnson. telephone 2-3479, Ponama. Santo Clara. Please b2-86 you,
tcIr.o,c cordd player $5 .00. FOR SALE: 1949 Suburban Carry SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA linens. Phone -
flor tan $30.00. wrought ron All, new tires, excellent for com-i PANAMA-MEXICO cne way $105. WILLIAMS' Santo Clara Beach Ca-
tab!e wA:t gioss top and matching mercial use. motor like new. Smoot 25 round trip $179.25 (15 day tages. Large, comfortable, mode n,
chairs S7..0C. All only used six y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St. Cen- limit) $i65, good one year; to near beach. Bolboo 3050 except j
months, pnone 3-0176. Panoma. trol Ave. Tel. 800. Colon. LOS ANGELES one way $179.50. weekends.
COR SALE: '-.-- Eautiful ,-ohgany ORSALE.-- 199-9 Oldmobe round trip $312.89 (90 daylimit). Gramlich Santo Claru eao*..COt-
bo A bLE MISC.furniAtureL48thF E:mobile Paonma n Dispatch Service. 36 Ave- togs. Electric ceboes, gas stoves
boo bur3M De Luxe, 4-door sedan, new Oc- niJaa Nacicnal (Automobile Row). moderate rates. Telephon-e -441
St., house c. rov c er 19-, exelent mecsannica rFel. Panama 2-1655. Gamboa; 4-567. Pedro Mig"el.
OR SALE:----6 piece nimahogany Iv- conditiOcn, excellent tires, point re- -..... ..-------- .., I
ingroom .sc with cushions anId cov- touched, new seat covers, original FOR SALE:-Steel tanks for storage. Phillips. Oceanside cottages. Santo I
ers, $1 .i00C desks 4 '0 OC owner, no accidents, $1.200. Tel- Capacity I tank 5,000 gallons. I Clara, Box 435, Balboo. Phone
each. Baob corrioge bathinet, and eph,.ne Panama 2-3067. tank 500 gallons. Located at: Cris- Panama 3-1877, Cristobf 3-1673. I
"cr _new O. 2 diniinrocm OR SAL..--47 ---- tobal Coaing plant, Sheldon Steel-
cr:b new 1000: ..2. id gro" FOR ALE-:--'47 Dodge rCnv. with Corporotion. Phones Cristobol 3- O T
tables and rhcihirs wiih slip co%- rqdio and nw tires,, motor ue "r- 1052 or 31053 FOR REN T
ers, $4000. 2 standing lam'ps- .anteed Smoot y Hunicult S. A. --' I
00o each Hou e '066-B. Diablo 16th. St. Central Avenue. Tel. 800 F R AL Apartments
_Tel Balboamod 35.l Caon.. FOR L ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS I
W n.ted Ponition ;OR SALE: 1953 table model. Miscellaneous Modern 2. 1 and 5 rooms, furnished I
WVaneIU r ,lOS I Zenith radio-phonograph, Balleri-' or unfurnished. Co( .at ithombro's
iul-c. ry Sks Posii na dishes. Phone Albrook 7181. FOR SALE-Refrigerotor, Kelvinator. Office 8061, 10th :Street, Colon, |
nul Secrta-ry Seeks ,"Po ---"-.sition. ..... .." 1, 1948, 60 cycle, 8 cu. ft. with 40 Telephone 1386 .
Available October first. Thoroughlv FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Station We- lb. Frozen Food Section. Also-: T48 p .T
conversant all secretarial ork 'anv ~- on, duty peid, new fires, very; Studebaker Commander, "Starright- ATTENTION G. I. Just built modern I
office rcuine. Highly recrmmend-i low mileage, ideal for large family. 5. pass. coupe with radio. \Good furnished apartment, one, two
ed by pen employer. Phne 2- Apply Smot y Hunnictt S. A onditio.A Frst $125.00 for re bedrooms, hot and cold water. Tel- I
5444 Par.amo. 16th. St. Central Avenue, Tel. 800, frigerator. First $550 for car. Call ephonq Panama 3-4941.
FO SAL Colon..._______ 3-4852 days 3-4295 night and FOR RENT: Modern and coot
FOR SALE FOR SALE: 1951 Nash Rambler _weekend.______________ apartment In Compo Alegre, resi-.
R aS Stat: Wagn, new tires and bot- FOR SALE--CRFI Advanced Practical dential section. further inform- I
en Real Estaee te s ter, 5, pee livngroeom S et, custom Radio, engineering books and vri.- tion phone 3-0439.-
SALE -Corner lot, one hectare mo e.CCpulets. 5 months old., ous radio. mathematics texts also FOR RENT:---Ohe bedroom, unfur-
in.Cerro Camparna. Coll 3-2949. e'--cp-e rl-rama 3-5179. large Pickett Eckel Metal Slide nished modern apartment. Gordge
FOR SALE: 1948 Dodge 4-doer Rle $70.00. House 2620-D, -Co- space. 168 Vi' Belisario Porros.
WANTED poi. ... s a .t. ...e. b.wti c. z. .Z.evenings.F R T I
and out.. S.mt y Haktt S. A, FOR SALEt: Finre puppies, Wolf. FOR -RENT
Mis ellaneous 16th St. Centr. l Aveue. Tel. 800 o. 48 E ast, 50th street, facing I
CoI0lo._ Saturre's. OODIS .
PANTED TO BUY: - --Sn-e-________ __
suitable fcr reccnat! :e:g. Fe -OR SALE: -rMuges"** 1950 FOR A FOR RENT: Furnished rooms f" I
Sconstructoro Nov -na \ Mc. L one or two gentlemen with or with-
Avenue. Telephone 2-C- C -t. 4Mi e. a. Boats &Motors out meals. Just Arosemeno Ave.
PEtRSON AL C -- 160a _St._ E -Ave Boats, & Motors _57, corner 34th Street.,1
PERSONALS FOR SALE: 15' boa t,10 H FOR RENT: Room for bachelors.;
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,rctise Acusoend of O.ottl- fIt cor'iti.n.. 52.1C0 can be .f-. Curundu. I ..II
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I_. me- a^d a r', aecszn olsani ng- priced f nr inmediate .e ---'--.. ... Ct hty" ise, situated 0 n th St.,I
Swo ne oo e Phoe e 4-..c, clter 3 x.m between Bolivar and Balboa Aed s
$100,000 Mig W6. s Apoily "Sbsso y Joraril, Ltda"
(Coatinued from Pase 1) FOR SALE-1 949 i, .. Tel. 136, Colon.
PIage1)co s iiia Very D "
Id, but the United States has not ed'ics lrea .e Smet. S mo- titn ryNy I
een able to give flighttests to l tieu S. A... rSlb C.erS A2. #.A2 ) .m V O
lh swift Russian fighters. 1 Te.. 8-. Cb..I Tl adiir-s'd today t2httU *'Bifl1 uar Vi I
It would be a simple matter to FOR SALE -Ciean 1947 Nash c~ e usted famer premiier Moham-t
rip the sweptback wings from overhauled recently, $350, tecving'med Mo depah y be put to t
e Mip and fly it to the United ,sth-i-o O.. e3-0546, Panemoa. 'd t e P l f ions against .i.
states in toet of the AirForce1 -e Iraa c ion.
.e s... tba. w in s o s o ra F u n d ti o roeistrenMtleS lea ion g , ,cae nt o, ro

..e -og to an 6ieptetne pretmmd-u his government collaborators. .o-m e 2 t .
F o -fe ftn g5ineriecalep e ivmbv"
I had toobetretutaned. lg ffl* ftsaee-groe nl Hea oott heo bo fharedber,l

y flying it now. I A Stahhad dismissed him and ap- richly-Itutrnhe rts ent.
e .. p. t hinted Fazlollah Zahedi pre-. Scnroeder, an iflrney, had I
Even if tte Cortmuni t hde- miser. seboeeE fr
sand the returned pn he i*le". been .ou.m.doit j .a n o lids
otacted rid f titi The United States Informa- Messadegh's most grave of- nthed edroom.l oo and
emed likely time to ive the ition Center announced today fense, the broadcast said, was /i bathroom. .A sock and piece ofl
Americans a chance to st:dy thet that a Itrited number of fel- attemptto overthrow the Shah. towel were tvtffed in his mouth. 1
plane thoroughly. The State De-lowships are available for out- et"d oeize control of the regime. A length of cord was knotted I
artment said arry decision en sanding Panamanian, in the tightly' around his neck, with a1
.turnh fot weuld have to come ields of scientific research fnd C.f l house end tied to the bed. Anl 1
dirom s Tokyo headquarters. I artistic creation. co u N ews h other piece bounla his hands be-rI
The sudden appearance of the- Cultural Affairs Officer Alfred. -- ana face-upIubed. Alycothird
k.g at theKimhoo field Mn ay Leventon said that applicationsCub Pack Meeting in Margarita naeth was used to te his ieet I
tte c t e treb have been received from the' Cub k Iof Margarita b sat the ankles. II
ly surprise an d there were indi John Simon oGuggenheim Memo- having a ver portatrr eo Police Capt. Bart Gorman de- 1
ad n the pitir a mrattack evadr- rial Foundation for distribution ganization meeting at the Mar- Iclbed the fayig of Schroeder,
tem man terestedinapplyingfor i : mpic soccer team, as one of
Col. Donald P Ball, com.aa l-
r of the 4th F ighter-Intecep the 1954 fellowship. p the mosti vious" In his career.e
Or Wing there, refused to an- Complete instruction and ap- Every person IntereAled In He said the victim hadbeen!|
Iwer questions by newsmen i r,'firm); wit be given to Cub Scouting. or %kho has a son adartmanotma24oaer handanhemn
fhetherthe plane had oeen'h aPc. y in person at the who is Interested is ovelcoeme.r manner an n
licked up b radat. But i y 'Un^ SIatc information Cen- Parents of boys who desire topioye discovered tie body after
nown the tower operator mew ter, ~et -1 Number 20. Pan- register or reregister. must be atvephn enallsr I.
nothing of it until the paane a; "l Tb* forms must be present as it will be possible to orman said Schroeder. who
iame in for a landing. rt o ft l, the Foundation in.accept only those boys whose as single and lived alone was
1jew Ys.e noicbtle De ember 31 parents are knonn to have ani | s hd ,konnthea .ea lowithnaheav
The pilot came do7n on 'h4- 1 *r Lvensrin stressed understanding of ihe Cub Scout insritk men tAdeepwutrh anhroa
ending strip just a a s ':!2 ofitha: or.l:.: supror candidates Achievement Plan. his left eye to left ear and there
abres was taking off .n the op-1 II rc njr tk ed and a hnt. in hiwtlas another cut In Schroeder's
ite direction. Onre Sabre irw n n*EA jiiversity graduates or Mr R E. Cox vill be the scalp.
a tire in a hasw m'.flvfrjaTunvuvca.s who have sp-eciali7ed speaker for the eeeiing. The Tc'p except for several
avoid a head-on vc-lAicn wi i. : a ncef or the line artsi meeting is beinr called b\ the Te bureau rawer ap-
The oncoming Mig P t scilpting, drowiig Margarita Cubmaster feared in order and without a I
--- v. si s aowud apply *- evidence of a struggle, police
otTh Bird4wanip arl awbitc arred t His Number 's Up sald The investigators worked
Got The Bird 11r aln wo"en mIarried or on a theory that robbery was not
itgL r-WINdeV of rac*,. colo r CAMPBELL RIVER'B C. Sept the motive.
BALDWINSVUI UE -.Y. -6Spt r riw'ho"a *`22'UP. Police had no trou- I
12. UPI -Burenlar.e w b 'e t andT i e allr are ble locating Clement Brouis.eau Dean Martin
bohn Seiverlingt. home mnor $- S.Sl tu' a 12 inonth 1Perlo to face a dangerous driving. II
lre there would oe no witt* O G ittr a:teni tre universitie-. charge today. A
report the crime. iseinrtijc or artis'i- institution! They Baid his car hit a pole so. Father Again
They staobed tin- unly ':e-;o' tf New eroice A knowledge of;hard it left the imprint of his SANT MONIOA. C a.e *
b'itr'ess a parrot. Prgnsisn i nor a prrequusitp license plate SANTA MONIA, Calif., Sept.

22 I UP A sermn-poundiu
was born yesterday to Mrs. De
Martin, wife of the linger-con
The child is the second .4sn
Martin and his wlifl Jeanne. a
the sixth for Marc who h
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day do bg .deportatioA belal n
And 4thewfe be js sbeding
to marry bl Hayworth helped
out. too, by notarlsing a waIver
allowing atymes to go ahead
yth lbis.-.wdding plans as soon
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T ar eo-ulonue, Nor Eddlng..
t.- me has already-won
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S M HONORED Brown. Mr. R. bttn
] I-;"ON VO0AG0 004= =AL AsT it In ehA ef the ..rfwm. K'
.. meant committee MOVIES TV
cock-ai party was given Sunday evening by P. Jhangl- c
.alt a4ie.smNL- theiat No., rnt StrettP he nor r|i l y by Eoi
'Cetume aI* 3B. W. Clarkh who aft leaving Thuarda T Beta' eta By
.for the at 1M Naval Station. Sigma Phi E bold
the end Invited to door prize, an other t regular meet ne
hip An obyewe. d, pe the first funber 23 at 7s0 p.HOLLYWOOD-

$maerre, rs. eison ea4, She newlyy formed organization, eers are requested to yerrs agoke a bullet-r
D r m Mrs. rons,' im- m snt It Is hoped that ll Atlan- contact Mrs. Jean Judge if recskin in a TV horseopera
na a s. arctic deswill hp the gi. they are unable to attend. All now, thanks to TV cowboy .
m. aner an Mra. T .. a, g members are requested' to bring dom. he has a $1,000,000 coa
-rry, ommanoer and Mas. Pe.W.G.A. Luncheon clothes for the Greek earth- at W rner Bros. for big-S
iur t LugginsrP. CGommanier The Panama Women's Golf quake viethns. movie.
w- A ~L a i,-Oaront, rs. rAssoclatin held their regular But there's nothing l
SL. ra manager tournament ans lunheon atM d g flcker contract that ay
1% ger,' id!heathe Fort DavIA Golf Club, fat- t Cuco Solo
Iu i.'. Va. ,urLean eop urday. Thomas, arrived recently on Says Guy who once Insp
ne Mrs. awminU. srl, Lales from Amador, Sum- the Isthmus and are residing dream-boy publicity and
1. ~ oAas r A and Mrs. v.w mitt, Panama, Brazos Brook, on the Coco Solo Naval Sta- mapezine hienzy:
irs... W. LA ,ns w An % lne, and the hostess club, were pres- tlon. "Ive had it."
cWc Lmo. A. l ldr. &t. ,on-a ent. Mrs. Head i the. wife oI Guy, the home screen "V
San-a" d rs. L a. W nees- Mrs:. Marie Parks; front Bra-. Captain Head, new co landing Bill Hckok" gritotd hisV
ora, r. oia .andR rs. M. aS Brook, twace the mdlit ice the "Tim lSer." through attmpts of HoUly
iWmtead, i. and Mrs. Mer- and Mrs. Ruth Lincoln, of A- A number of informal sup-to turn him Into an Indoor I
-n uuv r. an Mnrs mador and Brazos, had the per parties have been given house lover but oty'finds
&Myn eauiuvirn, r. and .r lw not score for the new arriv by the "in full controL of things ,
on 'eaer, r. and M n. orn, s wives of the "Tini .pr of- door picture, will be the patio
ML'. and ji. v urry, .Jr. aneiu e htod
IA.. &Acd ki^ab. murry, AJr- a C~ritobal Star Club "cwr if I have anything
Dra. soan ra, and. i hrs. Ban So lal -- Fot the 1ast three years
ooers. smora, _. r andpMr s. Thie regular meeting of the District Grand Mastr been strictly In, charge O
pqoera a. _.b-. 4 LPA Cristdbal Star Club was held To Visit ibert Ldge career."
and Mrs. J. M. Cummilngs, Dr. at the Masonic Temple in The District Grand Master, Why did Guy fop as a
?. A). fhurolov, Major an Mrs. Cristobal with Mrs. MarilynJames Jacobs, and members thter l?
ohn 0. Woo Lt and Mr.s.P. Marsh and Mr. Virginia Farts of the Distr Grad Lodge, "They threw l e Into t
.. kitch, L i. and Mi o L. a hostesses. will make their annual visita- too big for =n e put
a.ll, Lt. and M rs. H w. i th- n-tuosr of pries were giv tion to Sibert LodgE Wednes- years since then. Ten yeafs
cock, Lt. a Mrs.. M. 1. Jones, en during the evening. Tey day, eptember. odn't pla a leading
A. and Mrs. E. G. McdKay, Lt. were won by Mras. Mary How- Dinner at 6:30 p~. will nre- and it was sulieW to play l
R.ltIoA.I Wenerre WaonbL Mrs. Mary HOW.cedeFthehO
"nd Mrs. C. R. MouldL Iard, 4bo received the Littl cede the .net-ng he .held toLs. That bobby-soz el
SPiard, Lt. and' MI. i. L. elephant; Mrs. Betty Allen at 7: P All mtIter m3 almost wrecked thing for
Reeae; M'.;n K; H. RoBs, winner of 4e-.*big elephant; sons are invited. / rm glad it's_ b d me."
it. and MUr. E. 0P. b ntaf, Mr. and Mrs. Ida MdWy Johiaon re- -40-
d Mrs. Leonard Brockmua, cipient o the birthday prize; s m Esther WillUis' swimne
t. F. Phillips, Lt. M. Lang|- ind..Mrs. 10lda Harrol. wh USm Uh G I rU t really get3 tricky in her n
I n, Lt. () V. 0. Kesllaher, received the number prize. film. "Athena."
SRayp el and the Chief Bingo was 'played with Mrs ie A Leonard 8pl s
ethr e of arolon, Major Vias- lrei ed t e ub, priz. o oha".enrheIr plavS pa. Itlt qu
ef Col r Aurella Hadarits, r Mr Myrtle
or Uaion and Lt. 0. Bulgin Mae Dorn, Mrs. Pat Cary an4 who hates alcohw tut a dr
of the Colon Police Fotce. l Mrs. ftorenoSouder winning s d T Ah r sequence s tdows her awimn
S- tae tri s. o w in giant cocktail glasses. 8
Installation Dinner ti d p Leonacrd: For the OL-F asi
ilet : -, I ftcocktail number, T ttlnk
Aue d atk rr$a.. Hadarits, presr e(nt) con- W cocktaAld I
dnboed. p of "hig ermareds
A:d .zir Aee was held at dueted the business .f eting. -Neg os for new film au-I of l-nving her marooned 0o
e Xurt, ick Otf; rfe Club, rTm oiher ladies..preoent agreement w)th Great Britain I maraschino cherry."
.aturday eveningi, at whic whch ere: Mrs. MathUild Neely, ppen here th week ad reports
e the' officers of the. Fort M Mildred Neely, Mrs. Lorey M tat Aeican moti picture
ulick Ladles Club were I- Wray, Mrs. Olga oe, Mrs, producer and exporters will de- t G o d *
taled 'May L. EZIelk, Mrs. Ouldaiand a bigger share of British Thing were'getthig all R ba
'rhe group of club members Turner, Mrs. Maxine Dixoni box office receipts. up dirirn -rehearsalsof a 1
Their husband. were seat- Mrs. Jeannette Granberry, Mrs. TndrI the present to-yea a- hour TV drimtOn seniW and
dat.-Ia la rgedfibaped table Vera Davison,. .Mrs. -Frances agreement, wIch expires Sept. barp become slower and slov
tntd i'vtmit-oolored cott, .s. ,Agnes.. 0oieman, go Amrine' movie makers have Tinnll the re-faced direct
dbscus. t- tha officers at MrsL. All 4urle. .. left $1.0000001, a yeartn Britain hnwled:
o .head table. -th tn blocked steHeir.',bhu' provl- '"Thh l getng' Just like
M. Wilbur HObrg was the "Mo et Iu f Nfihbbort"n slon was agreed. to because of iaine i. We've s 1ent an ho ir
tring president. Mrs. Henry Party Toniht Bitain' dnrply low gold inr ad e cnd s
STaylot prewnted gifts to A 'MeetYour Neighbor" pat- ind doar reserves ihich ine -i
o Hobsg wd hr fellow ty will be he1ldW.t ohe-.aWrga-. iave tisen to a relatively safe T ',' nation's radio actors v
Uc| l' La esa Club. rita Unloi a 'p q rch. this eve. 2.45.0o0Q,0o0. *rl Richard Widmark and Ax
C .at femtl tetr work ning at 1 :lnt In bw Church Thet American producers and Mr.orehesd the Golden Ma
Srwi1W'"r'c kt4B b office. Parlors. exports brought bjeck $34,000,000 Awards for their performanl
beD 0 r rbtlntng officers Now mephers nqd new pub; during the two-year period this vear on "mSusnense." AMi
ere:vice-Ptesldent-Ms. Ruth lie school teachers wil be the plus bonue use of blocked star- by the LW&. wont be do
0m e 0-MMr Don- guests of honor. ling for such expenditures as co- genesq from b.r movies In I
Id iT ayl Mrs. Mrs. i Ro11 unnge atom I investment with Brrtlt pooduc, ominnat onaln tow-r* -,wl
'avne K^1. {*, i n TbmmtetInI lp and prs and buying.jights in British; pobert G wt. ,i eI Gregol
l =: 1.1.ro broductlon o0 e lbulc
,reted "i f office featluI7m- on-ai, will TLP boue. limited one.- Rdhead."
.-the eIn.a.ini PUK" *" be conducted by ,rs. John M. third of such lexpleditures, re- "Pvery time T go on tour."!
s. William Gerard. Oh -- quire approval of .the British fold me "WenOl sR s- me 't
were also given -Mras. .... overnnt .. e ene pom 4 *
errd and the following new Gary Cooper..
ficrs: vice-president Mrs.Gay '
J andad U onhrt":ePlof
rr .KMr06:am 0. o
Muste for dan g was fur-
Ished by the Ot0 Army Band. NORTH LUPWENHAM, Eng.
St.Sept. 22 (UP) American actor
m t Grand all Gary. Cooper Jd tbe .
sla ai mn n'er A r 1rrOWFI see d einlarw i --i I n -

aon i pesentd s aight by a gust of wind li
Strangers rClub, Saturday landlag at a Regal Canadian At
veningI conjunction with Force base here.
the grand ball being arranged The cross wind caught the
to raise funds for the Mucha- Beechceaft Bonanza as it drop
thas Guies, OGrl Oudes, of Co- ped t. about 29 qftet off the run.
Ion. way.. Thqe pla e awerv lolent.
"The CsA Rolhods, of Pana- ly sIdewayl and one wingnp was
Isa City, is r the damaged ua It brushed the run-
ion show, a01 the music way. However, the pilot rightec
for the evening will be Ir- the plane and landed.
alhed by Angelo JaspeO's ur- Cooper 53. stepped from the
hestra, also of .Panama City. plane. lQoked at the. ahaed
SThe doa; t .ete also en- wintip and ONd: *.
title th p~tha er to a chance "QOve.a I )ut~aave htwear-
n I ee trp Costa Rica, ink my heavy shoes."

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Circle Theater- A S
To Hold Tryouts Services May Need
For New Comedyees After July

WD10 Paul Davis director of Ho-
tel El Panama's Circle Theater,
has announced tryouts tonight
_805 at 8 in the Salon de Las Ameri- o
S.NSON cas.of the hotel. WASHINGTON. Sept. 22 specialization than in the A4q
a-- The Circle Theater, whose ( UP)-A Defense Department my and that. consequent
Magnificentsuccessful produce t n of "Dial Mspoesman said today that all men are needed for Iong
h.... . 6 of . . n v, ,ved,, bybHIrder"eplayed recently SIX ,,
the- I'm sn .orrbutthat1 didn'oi hts torfullyh oe t of thei armed forces may be than the two-year tours." e
a bI rt h I didn't nights to full houses, willgoI-forced to'draft men after next Thy still might escape usrm
our bring my bo.er aon." to rehearsal immediately for thle Jul 1 t e itr ne yft .itua ays nG
iled Material tiom James Thurber, riotous Moss Hart comedy, He emhaied thasized that th the department to cut
peat u Re Maupad nt Shake- w Light Up t he Sky." apartmentt has no plans now toterm of their enlstments
r-t spare' -and Ring L.rdner will The play has excellent parts resort to across-the-board In-three or even two years, b
S ll out h program. for ten men an four women ductions but he said they are this clearly would deny t
The leading role is similar to a "distinct pqssibillty" in view Navy and Air Force the strength
i Not in nes erip :Jcan Wel-othat of Billie Dawn whlch was of the services tremendous re- In their argument for long-
,e a asked t ompare the kifis- playe d by Hindi Diamond no t placement needs for non-careerl terms tours."
h tinechnruu u Mason long ago before Ist hman audi- soldiers, sailors and airmen. The journal said both seryh
city a endRandoph Scott: fences. The leading male role l If adopted, a service wid ices are "certain to have at
1 .m sorry. I eant a o t weuldrthat of a newly-rich millionaireldraft- wou d mantaa bi int- r tougher recruiting robem be
k.ie nl tryi so chse between who hailed from "'the wron side crease In monthly draft calls young men compare the Arm
Sa double inrt ad a fifth ofnof the tracks." above thosealread y l anticipat-two-year draft tour in a nal.
champagne. They both pa a Anyone who wishes to t ry outed. Selective Service director combat situation with a fou
m n e -000-- t hed that inductions may soar Hershey said men who have
eth Giger ogers' hubby Jacques el as high as 50,000 to 60,000 a been deferred in the drafteto
ood ergerac no longer Is under ObUsequie s aeldmonth by mid-1954 to meet'complete their college studies
ot- con tract a M. Army needs alone. o an expect to hear from their
him At St. Patulesdraft boards soon.
out- MOVIE COMEBACK? Factors pointing to possible! College deferments will con-
te I For Mrs. Adam w s use of the draft by allthetinue,hesaid, but the boards
h it. Itaisan newspapers r e p r t services were outlined in the may become "more austere" fo
ryte arbo wi i make her film Funeral services were said aticurrent Issue of the authorita-cstudents whose grades are low.
Scomeback ac.r Vittorio De Sica in St. Paul's Church last Sunday tive Army-Navy-Air Force jour- He said he expects no chang
a movie titled. "Ise. and She."'tafternoon by the Ven. Archdea- nal. 'in the present law which ded
i Between you and me, I doubt con L. B. Shirley, for the latethe signing of the- fers men who can prove theft
ecsra oPnm .Shrtyo rthter lenate d th r
it.. Sidelight to all the water Angelina Adams, who died Fri- truce in Korea and the pros- were fathers, or were to be-
ags skiing in "This Is Cieneramia," day.Ipective "absence of hostilities" come fathers, before Aug. 3%
714as revealed In The American has created a,"unique man- '1953.
age Magazi' story th m nth on Burial followed in the Herrera 'power situation."
n Cinerama's inventor, red Wal- Cemetery in the presence of a Men who once might havei-
Sl r: He also invented water large group of relatives and signed up for longer terms in e
er skis friends. the Air Force and Navy to be
nle, n -ooo-- o .00 relatively safe from Army com-' u ....
nao l D 'MCoos' > ih Do Mrs. Adams was a member of bat duty are now likely to wait S b drW
-D nald d i0Censors' health the Panama Capital Society and for the draft -and a shorter i .s
ling graphIs said to beu 10 per cent. the Barbadian Society. She is ,tour with the Army, it said.h Im
lext 8 what's the real story of why survived by a brother, Hilary "Defense officials freely con-
et e ws replaced b4 Danny Sears; two sons; Alistair and cede," the Journal said, "tU.at | 'n 10 S J
ript Kayr In Bing Crwb'' White Parkinson, both residents of thousands of men were moti-
men VbhAimas"? Was Paramount Panama: two daughters, Elleen, vated to, sign up for fourth years
amrn Je too itterv about Don's and Mrs. Winifred Riggs, both in the- Air Force or Navy. "
ng feveraftder id losini- a hunk of of New York; and 14 grand chil- rather than serving two years
lays fe stuff when VivIen Leigh dren. in the Army under the draft,
ioin s amied during filming of Mrs. Riggs. a former resident while fighting was in progress
ling "rihhant Walk"? of Panama, arrived on the Isth- In Korea. -
n h Joe DiMaI io'-, ex-wife. Dor- mus Sunday morning to attend "Many observers now predict
othy Arnold, is P'inning a her mother's funeral, that if the truce in Korea is
nightclub tour. After a short stay, Mrs. Riggs not broken and if fighting doe ''
-e-oo-- e will return to the United States not start somewhere else in \
These-rcodern-kids note: Five- to join her family, the world, the Air Force and
Ued year-old Zroanie Borsten was Navy...will find it tough go-
alftaken to her first dinner-show eing to maintain strength on a
the nilterv entertainment at Reno 'Tested Lesson voluntary basis." 4
wer; On the third niRht she found The Journal noted that the
tor herself at an ordinary Italian STURGIS, Mich. (UP) --When, Navy and Air Force have '
rests lrant ,snd said to the as- Vernon Le Fevre of Hartford, "strenuously resisted all efforts "WePe.ame'svrrT.iUCHdiet,"m
tihe. tonfishred w.aitress: Ind., goes to a lecture, he appar-Ito Impose use of the draft to Charlie Chirp. Yes. Frea'h'. "
re- What tim Ldoes your floor ently listens and learns. Le Fevre fulfill their manpower require- Sed Bd Biecult diete inae l
se."' Show go on?" attended a rotary meeting at ments," but it said they may IPoVS5 fsher t ieed l
Use- of-> chai- o which an expert fisherman ex- have no alternative but to give Ijh' ..-d hhh.dto Lhlisfeatf
rot- Use of wobbly chair or table plained how to catch the big in. _
nes for climbimr,-ls a dangers ones. Le Fevre hustled out to Their chief argument in the L,, oh
[like Practice. It's much safer to Palmer Lake and hooked a five- past, it said, Is that the more fl u'
Lees Purchase an inexpensive step pound, two-ounce, big mouth technical aspects of their serv- Wrd'ds
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Harvey Haddix Blanks Cubs 4-0

With Four-Hitter

little Lefty Aids Own

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ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept. 22 (UP)-They call little
Harvey Haddix "The Kitten" because he looks and
pitches so much like Harry (The Cat) Brecheen, and
now he's ready to match a feat performed by the
former Cardinal star.

Haddix recorded his 19th inning triple that drove In a
triumph of the season last night run, and scored himself.
with a four-hit, 4-0 triumph over Rookie Jim Willis started for
the Chicago Cubs. the Cubs and gave up a first-
Brecheen, now pitching and inning run on two walks and
coaching for the St. Louis Country Slaughter's infield hit.
Browns, had one season as a 20- Slaughter drove in another run
game winner with the Cardinals with a fly in the sixth. In the
- 1948. when he won 20 and lost seventh, Steve Bilko singled,
seven. Haddix has probably one Haddix tripled, and Solly Hemus,
more start left to notch that flied to score Haddix.
20th victory. The only other major-league
same scheduled yesterday, with
Haddix was superb in last the Yankees visiting the Red
night's triumph, his sixth Sox, was rained out.
shutout of the season. He -oOo-
s+rn,,k out eight Cubs, walked YESTERDAY'S STAR
on'v one, and didn't allow a Harvey Haddix of the Cards,
base runner to ret past sec- who pitched a four-bit shut-
ond base. What's more. he out for his 19th win and hit a
helped himself with a seven- triple.
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Pedro Tesis Signs To Meet

Ptummer For Title Oct. 18

Promoter Enrique Martin yes-
terday at the Colon Boxing
commission'ss meeting informed
.1-t body that he has the
signature of veteran fight man-
ager-trainer Aubrey Woodruff,
wh handles Pedro Tesis, on a
contract calling for Tesis to
mee t Panama Featherweight
Champion Federico Plummer in
a 15-round championship bout
0-1. 18.
Plummer was recently noti-
fj'd of a joint agreement of
'the members of the Panama
and Colon Boxine Commissions
that his title would be vacated
soon because Federico has not
defended the crown in more
than a year.
The matter was left pending
when Plummer's handlers stated
that the reason the "String-
beitn" had not defended his title
wv because he hid not been
cl-'lenged to defend it. Plum-
ir2r's handlers claimed at that
time that "Ferdy" is willing to

put the championship on the
line against any worthy chal-
Tesis and unbeaten Isidro
Martinez have been the two top
contenders in the 126-pound di-
vision for some time. Hence, it
is expected that Plummer will
agree to defend the crown a-
gainst the brilliant Colon boxer.
Many veteran followers of
the cauliflower sport are of
the opinion that any good na-
tural 126-nounder should have
little difficulty wresting the
featherweight champions h I p
away from the classy Plummer
if the latter manages to make
the weight limit for a title
It has been almost two years
,since Plummer last made 126 or
less in any math and the spe-
culation is rife *' if he pares
down to the fe' 'weight class
limit he will be too weak to cone
with a good natural 126-pounder
such as Tesi.

Gun Club Notes
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Lt. Steve Manchester fired top
Score in Sunday's .22. pistol
match at Far Fan to lead the
soldiers to a win over two Bal-
boa Gun Club teams and one
Marine aggregation. The soldiers
totalled 1097 in winning the
The No. 1 team of the Balboa
Gun Club, topped by Irv Krapfl,
was second in this 30 shot com-
petition over the National Match
course, racking up 1035 points. .
Manchester's 282 was good for
first place as Maurice Belisle,
just returned from competition
at Camp Perry, added to the G.
I. lead by piling up 277 points for
second place individual. Balboa's
Krapfl, with .271 was third.
Frank Smiley and Mike Wolchick
Cinched things for the military
team as they both fire 269 to
tie for fourth and fifth.
The less said about Balboa's
No. 2 team the better. All this
re-orter can say is that they,
were good men in their day, but
BSnday wasn't their day! The
M-rines missed their ace hand-
gunner, Major Miller, but their
greatest handicap was caused by
an epidemic of malfunctions,
which caused them to have to
boot a number of alibi runs and
hi',t their chances considerably.
Team and individual scores
Balboa Gun Club Army

Steve Manchester
Maurice Belisle '
Frank Smiley
Mike Wolchick
Team Total

Balboa Gun Club Civilian
Irv Krapfl
Clarecence Mcllvaine
Georae Manning
Lew Ryan

Team Total


No. 1

Balboa Gun Club Civilian No. 2
S. Todhunter Todd 248
Bill Jaffray 245
Archie Turner 241
Dude Lucas 233
Team Total 9"7

Marine Barracks
Edear Reynolds
William Madden
Wayne Knott
Robert Clark
Team Total



James Sullivan
Nelson Lute
Walter Wilson
Patricia Medling
Sam Newcomer
Gary Maddox
Otto Lindo
Jimmy Thompson
"Ones Hoss" Shay


The focus of interest for shoot-
ers returns to the rifle Sunday,
when the smallbore fanatics
gather at Far Fan for the final
N.R.A. approved match of the
season. This will again be over
the Dewar course, any sights,
and when the scores are tabu-
lated and sent in to the NRA,
new classifications should be
forthcoming for many of the
shooters who have completed all
the courses.
The Dewar course consists of
20 shots at 50 yards and 20 shots
at 100 yards, all prone, and as
most shooters are aware, scores
need to be practically perfect
for a win. Although 400 possible
scores are common over this
course in the States. the combi-
nation of Far Fan's tricky winds
and the late unlamented Jinx
resulted in a dearth of possibles
in this area until Al Joyce and
Archie Turner both slew Mr.
Jinx in the last match fired over
this course.
Indications are that there will
be an increased turnout for this
rifle match, as all local shooters
are anxious to see NRA classifi-
cation ratings revised, and. of
course, each shooters is parti-
cularly interested in his own
classification. Firing will start
"romptlv at 9 a.m. nd registra-
tions of entries will be open
from about 8 a.m. on.

Main points of interest in this
match are first of All. how many
oosithles will be fired, and sec-
ond, how manv Rplhoa shooters
will be graduated Into the Maq-
ter and Ex-ert Classes. It will
reoulre another season of shont-
Inx to nut shooters permanently
Into either of these classifica-
tions. but In the meantime, all
Balboa Gun Club comoet'tionx
will be based on the reilt of
approved competition for 1953.

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New York

1t2 48
89 6
81 87
80 69
88 81
68 K1
65 84
62 88
49 101

Milwaukee at St. Louis (T-N)
Chicago at Cincinnati (T-N)
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn
New York at Philadelphia (N)
Night Game
Chicago 000 000 000-0 4 2
St. Louis 100 001 20x-4 5 '1
Willis (2-1), Klippstein and
McCullough, Garagiola. Haddix
(19-9) and Rand.
No other games scheduled.

New York
St. Louis

W -L
97 49
oM 61
86 63
31 69
75 74
59, 91
57 92
53 97

Philadelphia at New York (N)
St. Louis at Detroit (N)
Cleveland at Chicago (N)
No other game scheduled.
New York at Boston. Post-
poned (Rain).
No 'other games scheduled.

Breakaway Runner

Needed By (CZ.J.C.

For Single Wing
With the football Jamboree
but a few practice sessions away,
the Canal Zone Junior College
football team is still looking for
a breakaway runner who can go
all the way in the single wing
style of attack. With few sub-
stitutes available and fearing in-
juries now the College coaching
staff has yet to know who will
go at what.position.

The college chaps have, hoW-
ever, been hard at it to get into
the best physical condition,
knowing only too well that when
the final selections are made 48
minutes of grueling football
stare the starters in the face.
The platoon system was never
understood by the Green Wave
and the world relief is taboo.
The boys came out at the be-
ginning of the practice season to
do battle with the pigskin and
they can reckon on going the
whole way.
Numerically speaking, the Col-
lege bench has -improved 100%,
for this year. instead of but two
substitutes there may be seen
four willing lads. The college
coaching staff will get that glint
in the eye, looking down the
bench, knowing there will be aid
for the starters. These eager
boys will keep the starting
eleven doing good. They'll make
'em play right good.
At present time Dick Dillman
and Joe Oliver seem to have the
guard assignments' rather wll
closed to would-be competitors.
Both are small but able like
the smell of grass and relish the
thought of playing the entire
Quiet, unassuming Geor g e
Dansby has a pair of meat-hooks
that delight In grabbing ball
carriers and will give it a good
go at tackle. Henry Cruz. a
sturdy little bounder pranced
about the Santa Clara beaches
this summer getting his legs into
shape to do justice to the re-
maiing tackle position.
Battling for the center posi-
tion is 135 pound James Everett.
lone Cristobal entry in the Canal
Zone Junior College freshman
class to put in an appearance
on the football field.

Cristobal YMCA-USO

Free Throw Contest

Slated Sept. 23-30

The Cristobal YMCA-U50 will
conduct IA 5th Annual Free
Throw Contest September 23-
30. Teams have been entered by
Coco Solo, Ft. Gullck. Ft. Davis
and Ft. Sherman. Ft. Davis. last
year's winner, will meet strong
competition this year from Coco
Solo whose basketball team has
dominated play on the Atlantic
Side, during the past season.
A team trophy awaits the
winner and the high individual
scorer will receive a champion-
shin Oscar.
The five highest scores will
be sent as a team score to the
National Headquarters of the
Armed Services YMCA where
they will bo matched against
teams competing from Ameri-
can armed forces situated all
over the world.
Any member of the armed
forces Is eligible to articulate
Atlantic Side S8ecbIl Service
Officers are cooDerating with
the Crastobal YMCA-USO in the
promotion (f the tournament.

Local Football Seaon Opens

Officially Saturday At Balboa
Offiia Saura Atelb


With only two nights left to ueorge Cowes, with a 586 series
end the summer seasoi, the %,,&o-uA iuau wAuc ,eabuu.i.
standing of the Balboa Bow lng o" .WAU wAIn oi. ciA ,.AwiU-
League, last Thursday are:. Icu 0, sM wvee awnlyp vtuah-
Name Aver. VWRa, i Ls *r -aa .wb, ju16 wWA him uM
Pillsbury 827 60' 16 s,.1.-uu.av were uuu6i ue uym
PapamAi .i u1u e, a uiuw uu Au Ai' .
Dispatch 786 40%. 35% uurnmuveit..

Condor .
Pepsi Cola

790 39s .3612,
790 U3 38
789 37 39
783 5 42

776 1 41

SOn alleys 1 & 2, the Sears men
took the saipplng soap boys of
Jabon Condor to cama for the
works and went. back into the
first division, Just tpro and a
half points out ,of seond place.
The light for second place is
hot and the reablining two
weeks -will be hotly contested.
Any one of *~ve tams can wind
up in thai co0t ed soot since
first place .I. entirely out of
range of any it" in the league
it having. bee firmly secured
by .Pillsbury several weeks ago.
The latter team is now 20 points
out in front and can no longer
be headed.
On the adjoining alleys. Bill-
meyer's Keliog team lost three
points to. the Peps: -Cola boys.
Both teanur sported two blinds
when leanrson, with- a sore
digit was unable to throw a bail
and kept tAie spirit of his boys
up by scoring for them,. Karst
ox the soft drinkers got hot for
a change and helped his team
to victory with a 505. For the
losers, both lUlmleyer and"
Bleda rolled good games of 533
and 524 but it wasn't enoughLto
overcome the handicap of two

Pillsbury and Cervesa Balbok
rolled on alleys .: & 6 and de-
spite .the fact tat PIlabury
carried a blind, there was I
doubt of e oteo n. Th &e"'
men manased to tke the 4trd
pointe by 30 pin.t that wa
about all. Pn lby. as usua
rolled way above their entrance
average and too, the brewers
for three points,
The high ffl TroptGUr
who rose fr -t to fourth
place In a fe s bowed to
the Pana stfa team who.i
getting hot witt p 47S pintall
took 4 points frei the painters.

Delmoniso's Jumped out with
a 14 to 12 Iaid In the Initial pe-
riod. but this lead was short-
lived as the Dinamlco bo
fought back skogly in the se
ond quarter to seve cut with a
26 to 20 lead. They kept the
pace burning by matching a 18-
po!nt third onartr production,
and pierced thMr rival' defense
for 19 more markers in the final
The winners' onslaughts wer"
spearheaded by a 31-point con-
tribution from C. Small. who
nlayevd all over the floor
throughout th.apcounter. Small
was fololweo by. V. Coloas who
rave the team 18 points. The
losers' high pointer was Arturo
Aqard. The lankt shooter sank
16 olnts to swl. his league
total to 76.
The Starhrht Five. who boast
a win over Delmeileo in their
first meeting, Wi tangle a-ia
this Wednesday -evening. en-
deavoring to a pske- it two

The stage I 0 for tMe ou
Ilc or the PfU gOirls' ,Vol-
levball LeM whieh ot mU f
derwav Thrarsd afternoon
5-30. The laWue's II Ral enngwe,
ment will fesiatr "Marvels,
cantalned b Olive Lamont. a-
Mqnst "PrImae," led by Ce.
cilia West.

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New Yorkr.-O.. ) A ak0-
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Sciecker .160. ,151 150 4
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1S 114
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8o '786
14b IbU
140 1W0
'14- 148
1"5 184
174 182



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Luttnberger, 184. 170 188 sl
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gB 1S4 170 172 526
4n 08 158 1St 474
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192 181 52
11 119 369

127 139 41
21 21 81
140 75 2257
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157 410
300 221 5865
18 172 652
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i"the conclusion of
fiteny Mnt, _the
SB-I. dean of
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EiIIPJSDd of October. Bowl-
tsI i beom lg mem-
a are rmquated
oeretay \ on
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The local football season will
be officially opened this coming
Saturday night when the Balboa
Bulldogs take on the Athtic
Club Rams. The game willstart
at 7 p.m., and will be held on
the Balboa Stadium turf.
The Bulldogs will be taking an
eight game winning streak into
the contest, which started a-
gainst these same Rams in the
final game of .the 1951 season.
Then in 1952 theaBulldogs swept
through seven games with. out
a defeat.
In four, previous meetings be-
tween thp Rams and the Bull-
dogs, the, high school lads have
a perfect mark, "never having
lost to tie A. C. bt were MteS
in their very fr game in 1151.
This was .a 6-6 scoem, and later
on that season the Bulldogs de-
feated them 19 to 7 to et their
present win streak arted.
Then last year the Rams drop-
ped two ames to their rivals, 13
to in season's opener, and
7 to 0 later on in the season. The
Rams, with virtually a new ball
club, pose as a tremendous
stumbling block for the younger
and less experienced Bulldogs
this Saturday. With their light-
eat team in years, Balboa iMl
find the heavy Ram line; tolgh
nut to crack.

Biggest there for the -ull-
dogs will be their ace halfback,
Jimmy May. May carried the
brunt of the offensive lad last
year, and will probably be called
on to do the sane again this
season. Hb will be marked man
on the field, as the Rams feel if
they can stop May, they can stop
the Bulldogs.

This, of course, remains to be
seen, as Friday nights intra-
squad tussle showed the Bull-
dogs to have several hard run-
ning, fast backs. Notable among
ese was lanky Bruce Orvi
who.at tUes look evo .
Larry etae,. convertedm rom
half to fullback, showed up well
on occaslon.as a bW carrier, as
Mdid .J ntv backs as
Cesar Voi Chon, Jack Ham-
mond. Jot Cicero and not so lit-
tle nWscor, rill Xruse.
If Vast gam b etwen these
two tfa are af e.tlrm,
Saturday's tuslo hoeidb v
th fan& plen& of footballhe t .

Amador C Chanmpionship.

Enters Second Week Of Play

After the first weekly mato&s
were completed Sunday in
1963 Fort Amador Club Chaem
plonship Round Robin. Tourha
ment the 40 Club (male) mem
bers participating found them-
selves 2 opponents out of thi
way with 5 to g9.
The second week matched
must be completed by Sunday
.27 September and each player in
the give flights will be pared
with 2 other opponents of him
flight. The 3 point Nassau sy-
te s.Jd allowing a max of 3

should liqMR i Graham.
V. R. LoA pa r Bgt. Dale
Bean become se llrhty warm
thte fliht could easily became
tied up tighter than a drubs.
Off and runnlnv in the First
Flight are Bgt. Workman and
Jim Hinkle. Both are playing
low 70 golf sani their match this
week should t*p into a real
tusle. lo "trgm wv In the
second ISht are such fine golf-
eri as C. ottrell. Lt. Curtis,
L, Fleming, and Lt. Col. Beaudry.
Thi one will no doubt go right
down to the final putt before a
flhilt champion is crowned.
Lt. Willi May. Roger Wil-
liam, and T. A. Jacks are the
current leaders in the Third
FUiht. The Fourt h Flight stand-
ings find R. .Co J. Braid,

Sports Shorties

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4th Alexander
oth Graham
7th Lombroja
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I1st J. Hinkle
3rd Lraon
4th Barber
4th Doan
Sth Goodine
7th Lali
S8th H ltaton
st Cottrell
2nd Curtis
2nd Fleming
4th Bemud
Sth Cousin.
Oth Meeks
7th Hermann
8th- Olsen
2nd R. Wllasan
2nd Jucks
4th J. Smith
5th Askew
Oth Garrel
oth H. Robinson
8th MahIone
lat Collins
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3rd L B. Taylor
4th amyer
5th Swell
6th Welchiman
7th Zlich
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being charitable. O n a you linstoafid pt Drhite. Bra oi Took e Cunt
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Grebs motie es oing Into first Dempsey-Tunned Club drew total of 40 entries.
heaWera b it W spi m he tof twenty teams, In the c mpat .
scotch, yet I Xmf]lh or ~Iii %oy n.tr ,t he.two Mido mult..
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-sot i '.n' h t" (t t Maybe 'Joe Lont ism e.tI I t w iroland th r u e t Is
0,- hb at only f our matches. are
Two other old timers are picking young Roland .LaBt.as obedduled for the first week of
ovtr 1,ocky Marclano who are to meet next Thursday i the the tournarfent which must be
Polo rounds completed oy next Sunday eve-
Jim Bradd a b f won the heavyweight champnshl from I ing.
Max AW.A c Kbe himself w wilt istruousl Lye ClAusen and H P. Park
Junt4a1 Lo 01Itm decisively. [take on Mike KuUikuwaki and
aw d n.11W dle Iri amplana Wdiabe, around I Dr.- D Boor!e, Jimmy Raymod
since Boss i set's a' entt similar views. LaSt has n and r trench meet Bob Leigh
uaperior- alnau iar wods 1 a faster, takes a. punch we L andland AnIbai Galindo, Jimn H -
has no embty room Uers6u and Herb Toledano make
"Marl.ano 4 to 17? am It no better than even money. with te. dggers at J. J. Davis
If anything, I make rta t, one polio favorite." and Elwood Compton. l. nd
S- Arthur Dupul snd Fred Huldt-
DI D V lJ START IT? uilt will try to give fits to
I-larvin Chadwick and Bob
Braddock comes b 1his g leanings nature, ar Chandler. Chad nd- -l uri s He, mt Thr am.a
was B too 1 when 1 h t ,k the pfrom the CMriOt en Here are the complete par- the ner,and Britain's C, W ksh.. o in0m he e
ba.. To hlmim n d meaow swd u agsfor the first round of match am, bM orr, ,far odet@ h -
l1 Jt 6 F.ound he q=0 .T Dl,: steleh,,ofernafly's first post-Worl4 tOWar 11atletic em-
moetd ,tr potent ain ha Taun-rs i 30) vs. KulI- tst .with r-at dritain. The meet. wade. h Il N m a
.... Stadium in the ritish sector of Berlin. (NA)
fighter's 0s k agi nat another.on wore .th rse 'm C- owsaki-De DoRyre (17). .. Sdiu
bt he wMas prohbly the ot In gent fl W -the rSg Stroop- toop (32) vs. Bye.
ever had .hngelke-Peterson (31) vs. *
Old Dan i& somine eble, He is a kiW, ~uet1b, tad im1s
man aid ever he Zi his d '.and 'pracleA pJl.' hordytro r-Brown (32) vs. Byetum tu s s ow er
phy that ha o harm r came u ou 4 ,0a. a prom6t a ood Raymonco-Prench (16) vs.
turn. Beadea,014 Dan is a hol'k player and as such has a nat- LeG1h-Qahrrdo (22).
ural fIty for ots. mond-Burns (2) vs. Bye. E
6One Mhe fia ohea a tellso rat, 2 ,6) Vs.Bye. Tanks Tee Off Ebbets Field
th "atwhenya .orts sho Gme IaWas mheonS,. ls .O._ Nyat'Wrf_" m (2 ) vs. Bye.
athatwWm s tw rber e B. nvefsmn-T Pedano (18 vs. By HARRY GRAYSON
awe and a .dmlnas.. de Ne. hIa 1 VQWr.r,tpoe t i -Oanip, l (23). NEA Sports Editor
onSddook and tod memoras erpetuated in broe -Pier (22) vs. Bye. ---
laque lnnua w aW d for extradrdlinar achievement In the Itw-Dwcan 19 vs. Bye.
btrrin .. wo go.. tme. .. HumphreysaPuller (22) va. NEW YORK -(NEA) The der wa cred ited t withefour o
U the onde .gfor ba g m.purposes a not a matter Dupuls-Huldtqulat (22) vs mon Dod ers' power. going to Reese and Robinson.
t a lik th al debt, it t growd. It could Chadwik-Chandler 1221 Three reks -Carl Furillo, The Dodgers outdid the New
S Z s Ae n to ko of Rlpard..4irst bec me absorbed Mathieson-Larrabre (21) vs, Jackie S'obinson and Duke York Americans in home rows
lBlih matealw.,w*'.aefM fmr. 'ynr nod t- aDe. nider. are In the race for _In'4 .e 4 to 2, but Tommy
jun e Bob Fitzsimmons.would nanve o bAn-lVw3 had DIL HUtO-eCjkrk (21) vs. Bye. the National League batting Henrlch of the Yankees alone
tJun sb t f.Aei backing Johnson. Serger-Morland (26) vs. Bye. championship Three of the manufactured one at Yar
wioolMRn fupporting,. first four runs-batted-in leaders Stadium. It dramatically ge
O o. .. p are Superbas-- Roy Campanella, AUe Reynolds th e he_'l ,a 0.
. *al-d S XaFnu'bwUUMA~luwird, a i~ D IHodges and ShIder, who ver Don Newcombe th.1
o.,fSl p "It :a -rua.-' -. quite nat urally are among the ninth Inning of the first am.
Toou ve btio? to----- g ttop five in home runs. Six reg- gagement.
have, e be oen InspideE.s int.AYU.ied. t ro nulars are batting .305 or more, am lwadbeen
I- h been hear, of a t.Iioil .Y United h and the other two are Joe DiMalo, who had
a ~ a re, r -NG Junlor oilliam, a corking lead- Ill, finally managed o r
wh. Beach, 3ob r E e, ho I off man who walks nearly one Into the left field seats e
INA. ,away ra Marc0n-o took a complete rest often s did Elddie Stanky and th a nf e oe
when the e terday before, today's final P Woe Reese, a very solid Ebbet peld. Resea Lus 0le.
and 11@ ot4 f g& iry. h e Ilon In tr cltisn with a club in his hands. m CaMedaa d e
a Dloft e t- o end his The Dodngers couldn't miss In scored for the Dhdg on te
1114- 0Loan ewt" oThur .thewWorld erle. tthisnyearsar- om g u
ht atNw-- DAY o gud t he Brooklyn f an. Paul iehards reminds the

S0 "The trouble U" Cre ufteredk 8hs lL 9 r1 ankese be.-
feIt "t EOW ..OR.. -MA3-t- hlthe Yankee supporter,Ths home "
r or rNEW YOK -- at-d-y ohs hotfive of the games, If it goes hftter the instant he steps ntato
*.Ihe&. .w that far, are to be played the cigar box called Eldets
in h out.,a "1. o-al.ig oWelght I n the Stadium. And the Sta- Field.
seel itm has lt a New Y dum, you see, curbs i the Dodg- "They could hit hoineru
lent ptwo h1 ,a ,lm eoA ta !- lYrke.r t -therewithth h their alats," _
t' y~~ Mac a h. b.eat ron The manksouh had figures or te manager of thepth WhIte g

l.... ......o r
r Aut Mata r"d rather a I1ure to prove his Blly Les agrees wit
or o fasout. Ker t pasd r" fort oael astmiwWoglt there with theiobras" a
t A3 ,.,0 d l -quarl. wrien between the clubst-in Int o a "
hat. ran ntheLa clUbsIn 1 O4N TI S
day o omp off.Nothin g ,1 ,of ,sprinters. ad ,52t-h, Dodgers hit pro- "Mickey Mantle short-grmog
Is lom I h.0o? lth to no t sster..a tm- hidr..olA weld- cisely one home run In five the ball he hit off me 7ar p_
,-agIih .a.Ina...dof&menat Yankee Stadium, Sul- Into the left-center field sea
22 In his lostpfeyvious start lef connecting In the last apv In the eighth Inning of
- " --uc idcap at an- pearance there. sixth game last year."'re
WOW. eROaswoRn-sxthe Brooks' young rliht-han d
Hrp o thls yee.Kzoo has b en out The Yankees outhit the Dodg- er. "The pitch was past l.zd.
So ue _mqul "y three times ers in home runs in '52, 10 to which is why, batting let-
In '.4 starts. 6, Johnny Mise belting three handed, Mantle hit the ball t 4,
Jey Aug Catal rode In the Bronx, Yogi Perra an- the wrong field.
Kanst r over The sx-furlong other. Berra and Mickey Man- "Why," concludes DBillyL ,
wideher cqrj V1 one-ntne and tie had two four-masters each "from the pitcher's box
four-fifth seconds. The track in that pet, Billy Martin, O1 bets Field, can hear ahfan
wa fast. KterA paid $62.30. MacDouald and Gene Woodling the left field bleachers b
$23.80 and $11. also swatting gopher balls. But- mi' a match."


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MacLean Escape

Bares Red

PARIS, Sept. 22 (UP) The
search by Western European au-
thorities for American-born Mrs.
Melinda MacLean and her three
children led intelligence agents
last night to traces of two secret
underground channels used by
th Communists to move West-
erners behind the Iron Curtain.
Reliable French sources said
definite indications had been
found of two Red "under-
grounds" functioning in West-
ern Europe.
They said the "pipelines" to
the East had been disclosed in
the hunt for Mrs. MacLean, who
letf her Geneva, Switzerland,
home with her children Sept. 11.
The American-born woman's
husband, British diplomat Don-
ald MacLean, and his friend Guy
Burgess. disappeared two years
agg and are believed to have
gone behind the Iron Curtain.
Sources in London said that
British and Swiss authorities
were reported trying to round up
Communist agents who are be-
lieved to have helped Mrs. Mac-
Lean and her children disappear
to the East.
However, British intelligence
sources said the trail of the
woman and her children is
"now cold" and that the re-
ported roundup attempt prob-
ably was a "last straw" ef-
The Brtish Foreign Office in-
dicated the hunt for Mrs. Mc-
Lean was about to be abandoned
for the time being. Two British
agents sent to Switzerland were
Mrs. MacLean is believed by
most British, French and Swiss
authorities connected with her
case to have slipped into a So-
viet-dominated area to join her
The international police head-
quarters on the continent today
circulated a missing persons cir-
cular on Mrs. MacLean and her
three children Fergus. Melin-
da, and Donald. But the inter-
national police said there was
little hope of finding them.
The French sources said
their efforts to uncover the
Red underground "escape"
channels to the East were
hindered by "diplomatic im-
munity" and false t r a I I s
spread by the Communists in
cases such as the disappear-
knee of the MacLeans.
The French sources said that
the underground routes were
known as "Channel Black" and
"Channel Red."
The first was a complete un-
derground organization used to
funnel to the East any persons
whose Journey must be kept se-
cret from the outset.
The second was more of a
more of a "travel agency." the
sources said. used by the Com-
munists to aid East-bound trav-
elers who had some documents
and could travel part of the
way to the Iron Curtain on their


ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept. 22 (UP)
-AFL President George Meany
told 700 cheering delegates to
the 72nd national AFL conven-
tion yesterday that the Eisen-
hower administration was con-
cerned only for the "welfare of
the greedy few."
The 59-year-old labor leader
fired his broadside at the ad-
ministration and Congress at the
opening session of a week-long
gathering of representat 1 v es
from 110 international AFL


"Let the people know the truth andj the country Is sae" Abraham Lincoln.



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US to Reds: Save Arguments

Till Peace Conference Starts

22 (UP)-The United States saic4
today that if the Communists
want "neutral" countries to at-
tend the Korean peace confer-
ence, they can raise the issue
once the parley has begun.
U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot
Lodge, Jr., opposed at a meet-
ing of the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly steering commit-
tee a Russian demand' that
debate on the composition of
the conference be reopened here.
He said the United States,
authorized by a resolution
passed last month to act for
the U.N., is ready to meet "at
once" with the Chinese Com-
munists and North Koreans at
San Francisco, Honolulu or
Geneva to make final arrange-
ments for the conference.
Soviet delegate Andrel Y. Vi-
shinsky, acting in conformity
with demands from the Far East
Reds for renewed debate here,
demanded that the steering
committee recommend such a
discussion as an additional item
for the Assembly's agenda.
Lodge promptly offered vigor-
ous opposition.
"We consider," he said, "that
If all suspects of the confer-
ence must be debated by the
U.N. General Assembly before
the conference can be held,
there may never be a confer-
ence. and there may be noth-
ing but continuous debate and
Lodge noted that communica-
tions to secretary-general Dag
Hammarskjold from the Peiping
and Pyongiang authorities de-
clared that the question of the
conference's composition could
not be settled unilaterally by
the Assembly, but only by a-
greement of both sides.
'The U.N side," Lodge said.
"is selected and functioning.
The question of having any neu-
tral Invited is a matter for pI-
greement between both sides.
"Therefore, if developments
during the conference warrant
it and if the other side wants to
raise the question of additional
members, it is open to them to
do so, for both sides will be
present and will be able to con-
sider this matter.


"*Through the government of
Sweden, we again propose to
have the substance of this
statement conveyed to North
Korea and Communist C hi n a
and urge a prompt reply from
"In view of the urgency of
the situation, it it would facili-
tate negotistions for arrpnge-
ments for the proposed political
conference, we are prepared to
dispatch at once a representa-
tive to meet with the Chinese
Communists and North Koteans
at any of the places we Jave al-
ready suggested for the confer-
Lodge pointed out that the
U.S. already has sent two mes-
sages to the Near East Reds
through Sweden, proposing
that the conference start Oct.
15 at San Francisco, Honolulu

or Geneva, and urging them to
agree quickly so that Mrange-
ments could be couspleted.
Vishinski told the 0mneral As-
sembly yesterday the world has
"no reason for fear" because
Russia succeeded in exploding
the H-bomb and said the Soviet
Union was ready as always to
reach agreement on control of
atomic and hydrogen weapons.
U.S. Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles Ilmediately dis-
missed Vishinas'sy 92-minute
oration as a ngatie speech I
have heard bel." British and
French spokesmit agreed.
The Soviet delegate accused
the United iState of trying to
"wreck" the forthcoming Korean
peace conferme. He said the
Chinese Oomzlt regime's de-
mands condemning the compasi-
tion of the political conference

year," and that the administra-
ion "hard money policy h/i dis-
couraged credit buying and bust-
ness expansion.
"I have yet to see anything on
the positive side of the ldger
that is ng to do any good," h

In )l s 50-minute kenotL ad-..
dress, Meary 'prWd t recd
of the AFL, against c um
and, quoted a statement, on
issue byM P9 e blief J.
Hoover n the magazine
He taid oeret wroteathat timk

He indicated there would be more, than -i.mbenturt'
more criticism to come before existence of tb a AL, the.r uen
the week Is out. can be paidthfthey rq
Meany opened his attack with the doangr'In. knever-eting
the remark: "We see in Wash- assault by- the ommunitm Ato
ington a big change." seize control.
He added quickly, "we see a The buggekt ers cm when
situation where very, very defi- Meamy brougt.up the internal
nitely human values have been merberghif SOUt throg t
submerged to the material wel- the union toaen o nt.
fare of the greedy few." He aid Ie9AFL Siould "take
The delegates applauded as he steps to end the civil war-ln the
ran down the scorecard of criti- ranks of laboI" both within the
cism, charging that the termina- A L Meeli between the AL
tion of rent controls had left the and .
public "at the mercy of the ie H ted1d..eliIab

NEW HAVEN, Conn., Sept. 22 alcohol led to sexual I'raows
-(Uh)- Seventy-four per cent ment, pl or intercoues.
of the nation's college students But ; added thai
drink alcoholic beverages, and while irg 'at drink have the
about half had their first taste most daidM 'oAllege, th an
of liquor before they were 11 not beat Cid lidered s a ul
years old, a Yale University wives.
study reported today. The d disclosed that
While the college student girls at ~ 's colleges drink
likes his liquor, he apparently more th= and that
knows how to handle it, and student .' college* who
reports of big beer busts and disobey s are
whiskey binges on the nation's likely .t drunk than *g4.
campuses have been greatly ents at with no al5-
exaggerated, the report said. hol ta
The Yale Center of Alcohol Aboutt cent of tiO
Studies conducted a five-year men aaM ce4t of 4
study to determine the drink- w omen s
ing habits and attitudes of sN
American college students. A po th S
total of 17,00 men and women port
in 27 colleges of all types were tai
surveyed. ni fr
The surveyors found "clear drinkqg. i
evidence" that most of the Abo.
men and women associated Ing at
drinking with "morally ques- era, he
tionable sexual behavior." Six- mostly o
tynine per cent of the men
and 62 per cent of the women just ih3-
surveyed said they believed The urrayed

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public housing came in the face raiding" pat hd wt C h Low the States.
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ATLANTA S .PL 3 -tP)-but that he i.
Robert A. Vogeer, an AAmer- man is Beri
can with an Insids knowledge of McCarthy said'
Russian prison Ome d d 8tlgMte.8g .ubcol
today that purged lead- s lved repeated
er Lavrentl P. Beda's reported apparently frbmn
escape from 2tgUa 14' "quite 1 h1t "" man whi
possible." ln.who--
"He wielded tremendous poW urlna "a
or," Vogeler salK "and we must to 'A rlmer
give him credit for being an 'A'E
extremely smart man to stay h arT'', U
In power as long ua he did *M
"It is quite possible that Be- f hau tW "
hia convinced others question- the
ing him that their fate would oaas0
oon be the same as his," Vo- a
geler said."'
He said high ranking mem-
ers of Berla's secret police .
could have smiled him out of
the country convinced ta t
they were next In the prp t osm"b
Vogeler, who opent pmom
than a year in a Commnis -
prison in Hungary on shares Mto
of espionage smh ft
munesta, said b rek la fo=
caped and does m %t me
United States, "it w Mi be
tremendous break foP M".W as
Vogeler smilUed at rqpot ho th, e
was involvedI the ane and S
said, "While I may have h elpd
jt several other o ass,.X
know nothing about the Beri
cas." ..
Meanwhile In Wasn
JagWph B McCarthy ,L
saId he' is cheking rep
Bers l s emeen ta r asia

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AFL's Meany Declares

Ike Favors 'Greedy Few'

"must be met and cannot fall to
be met."
Vishinaky also charged that
America was aiding the revival
of German "militarism" under
"erstwhile Hitlerite generals beat
on revenge."
Te' speech trotted out Rs-,
da's annual "peace" psekage,
for the most put a warm-oev
of previous onag.
It Is a negatve speeh,"
Dilles said. "I wil study his res-
olution, but I have heard this
same speech before."
British spokesman termed It
a negative barren rehash of all
the od lar arguments."
Ja'ench Delgate Henri Hoppe-
not ai: "Notnft new."
Australian Foreign Minister
Richard 0. Casey. said Vishin-
sky was "unusually restrained,"
and that the disarmament reso-
lutilon "has bean put forward
often before, aid gives little en-
cmuragement that this is a nbW
nd genuine approach to the

Two old aheastanta hi
omitted from his resoltin w
demands for eo*4ema .
the North Atlan T Treat A
ance and for codusln a I
Five. peace pact.

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