The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01756
 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01756
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IMGHT-The Arabs have charged that
a Jordanian village in which 54 option
ere also reported to have been made on
llagesa n that area. Syria hl asked the
Sear her complaint.thlsttraers diver-
ht Jordan Rvwr (2) vtolatd the 1s
was a thirt to the M= uot.
Iraal aid Syrian troops are moving tInt
to reinforce the troops in the Jordas-
Strainwas wrecked by land mines (4)
an said It was an act of Arab sabotage.


Jordan aim-Wreckers

Breach Palestine Truce

Workers Gripe At

Lack Of Notice

Enployesof the Dredging jvhusion were gripI^
day. They are complaining became they say they
forced to take at least six weeks annual leave,
having been given advance notice, while the d
di is being repaired.
There are 13 U.S.-raters ad 60 local-ratim of i
Dredging Division who were affected by the otice.
Although this system of laymefth happens
one of the employes -said, this is the first time tM. hu
are being frcu4 to take annual leave. Previously, heM.
it was on a viomtary basis.
A spokesman from Balboa Heights however,
that employes were not given sufficient notice h#.
vance. He said that they were well owa of the.'MO
tion and knew it was coming.
One of the workers, who I Several .ab. lead. =. W
threatening to resign, aid al- been ed tlW he
though they were told to take in ~slek
six weeks leave, 'there Is no as- to ttwm No dtfle 5
surancewewe migt not be forced tion s R taken
to take more." ever..

r".61ten 0""beeto blarSe tl ad.gtd1 Navt'bo.'iwle tT rm.
"'Itiit was "Mind waited arolind to be over- lan from Wat .nd, oapf
;rn m o's wenthe hauled. He felt this would said.
e KdawB gS a6ned the i stretch time e time they wod e One tDred Dton wr
Joi d h tto hd been esd after a n r-ced t take leave to between said when asked office in
,".4 -; .. . -a n Tel A tb e bymi p e at Elat in Israel to 10 weeks his section about the f14*d
... Alit an T el A, and igMrd of 'arby Akaba, Jor- The order went into effect Oct. leave hewas toldths wou be
12.said they the new Canal policy.
,. t it d Ecurree" as .J Its way Into Arab
-rv and -adM-Jordan. trlt T he plane had flown
A A tie that theplanewa $1,000,000 Damage Suit
tow aft i nci den t155 u 5
area" ""16" .I .100kilometers (62 pped Big Crosby

d- ll, 0o wm t,.ISwedish Consul LS ANiELE5, Oct. 2 (UP) -was directed
Frsaid a itL.,rs edshowsh two- itCroo BaCroby faced John Does
campA oulO Comervmerdr s ter tenrdot plane was shot with a million dollar damage The tn accused Crosby of
aa tsA a- r "alaatel planes nearr the sut ta that chged be ws dri hisrr
Sf- armftle. r, A Aerrmg s ase rtred to Gabril Ie border Wednesday. drunk When his expensive Mwra reckless ratr of a peewa to t sol
*41 cB lg with a coS"llision with a truck, and ean. pilots and passenger. cedes Bens automobilee crashed tion of traffic control s ...
ob lHam- upE ing erheac cusatin w I nt a brar aned injured ie e th influence of -
"b aess e terdayin the Balboa rate's v Weldel who said a Thq gullwas outgrowth of ..
Eu fS5 e S mi Od ,^ ae Te 8yea-oMoid was g~h~i the wreckage and de- QOct.ll.lBnWUS La11'lli from. car
Sof fllowin a truck to cs n the crash whe oabs a ol ,
Shs7 n -manvid S 5 Bruja Rman outside ofg Ft. uob- said the plane and atht i city fireman Frat R. tlly Was caved hi ty e*
Sbed as alled off th road because, a 4 no bullet holes had The st c
S Uoe and er- Roddma fire engine was coming it yet. I aaton to verdi, plain- esed a broken ,
510114 *'t'aIIof the avoiards Iw the ut h-m. olm a Forelgui Ml- ttiffs i the 8uperotr COur l ac55leral n bra ur w.
"Ul WD.,.-' wni,~t.htmmulet a Inter 'ers -r ..of Rtt lristphlaersne was shot with&mllcoeId ea anrimagllr e The In accued cArb
Sai Mprovided (iurr served to the left Ga Inrael plan s attacked s be oti er-ln-law. All three w a driesand Pera a
Border Wednesdayh a indthaditse amlaf andre en- sufe r Tk serious xnJsesl man d s
SchoeentU.N. Ob- L ehewhoi e ar' tried m Mi nstce w sorted sai te o tsed hotp
S .. a. ivera attaandhed to sen Co. ogef scd auter a passe train aomaoilet rouldt on of traffic Sntr

p- j pjm. pInu thr Strd infantry at JPL Eolbe. made by him at prent. The suit ^il ony my am
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iv era's car-were unhure. cge ad o..tie we eand 11 ears The ;oIner's so l lw a
backcci drt a tuJke bnt wl be tI a Wthout using Its snke the mlb ards alerldd thte ato re Vd
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sa metod e0r-ofodmanfire erainew ta ond t of c t I tes longer than tbao and no co ent wod ps B ated wbr ount fo
6 so&fhL to. wardpshie o.alf aI b eBntnp.s i.lte t ifmade by hin at present. The s rite ca it as
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rLEPHONE PANAMA NO 2-0740 I9 LINESl% -" .'
348 MAnIsON AVE NEW YORK 4171 N V.
p MONT. IN IADVANeS o1.70 .50
" mx ,sMoxN a. ADoANce o Soviet spies, romping freely
m. OeN. ,. .A N1ADVANCE ISs through our Army, Navy and h S ia l
classified armament plants, have 1J
tHIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN fully equipped the Red Air Force
with every detail necessary for
mass bombing raids on this "

THE M A l OX The special agents who stole lah
the secrets of mass production 0Li OhI n rout to te l
The Mail axn is en open forum ,o. *eoders of The Panama Amer. of the atomic bomb, worked with re.1" a.. n u .sLtio in
ice. L*ters iare received gramfully end are handled in a wholly cseli- other espionage rings whl.ch wo1 lC. 1
desiael mn iner, stole the details of our radar 1
screen. They also worked with
If cyuicarbdute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear th other spy groups which supplied 'a .
Reat day. Litte Coa published in the order received. the photographs. minute de- s tt eil
iacriptions, blueprints, and de-:des*
Pas ctry to keep the letters limited to one paage lngh, ta i of tie importance and tof- e Mean eldSts
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest ceafidence. dinon f-ev e ry mi a anm i h r
Idenit abou ~the wlts eal hel felr th l dustrial t target worth bombing in. b li d .q
This newspaper e assumes s o a respronibliity for sta tem nents as eopinaiss the U.S. after the Soviet ag
sessed an letters from e isenrs boor ra get through our radar .. d.a. *h me, tha t l .k oi'idit ~ip ;
The Fort Monmoutl Signal 9 lt
COME ON ALONG, GET HAPPY... Corps Radar Laboratory link in
the interlocking Rosenberg as- .eluo 'l -:"
Air: lonage rings is only part of a .-the aturned'out with
network which has been piping Jh. diJ.,. ie om -e
Of course I'd be shot lor saying this. but it sounds to me like our radar secrets to the SovietsA I n i
there's a Fitth Column at work here in the Zone. You know, the for some 13 years. The Soviet' Ker e o at Definhe p J i
Fascist division which wages war by undermining the spirit and master spy in this atomic-elec- K e vil.pWft- i t
unity of the people whom they hope to conquer ? mtronic field was Arthur Alexan- h 1 he had ta
drovich Adamsallowi at eld Aa cd cra@ herw a Feet j0kselD
Lately, whenever to people get together. the only thing the asmo senehbAer.g. a w iuh fmer lw at.t
they can drag up any entnusiasm for is an exchange of com- spring, .though its doubtful n like li t .
plaints about the lousy eal thev feel they are ge ting from spadn. thia It 's.. _e rLtm.e -o liktr
leir government. Parties nave grown to be a bore, because the batht erecut agen ke wy It or e ia e
* itching then flies thick and fast.
I It's not the rouole of legitimaLe gripes that bother me1 its damy d r I, p -c n t e d r
the senseless bickering auout ever tin ilacet 0o their lives cown Adams that he used as .om. "f- '- sW
are, from noisy neighbors to scarcity about someeItem at the fge his epoa activities a h &
oaumissary. TInese D people should all go back to their erfectly frm which bad eSclusive U.S
i pointed nomes. their hundreds of terrific neig hbors their won- Government contractsS to iprg- m
ihCr.ul osses and the heavenly tow.ns they came from in the .duce 6, ,0 worth a highly l n
. &.td live in what they seem to feel is a tropical hell hole. What secret Items for use In our ra- t.at tl.
tives? The few Communists Panama has must be very happy da installatons.
to hear us talk about Pulling out and turning the whole shebang The company f UhichkAda
Vver to the Panamanians. The a a company whcn Ada ts son1 a-cam
o .. .used as a "cover," according to tdtf
Since there are so many things wrong with the Zone, why a Congressional investigatinl g'
ton't they save their energy-all of it--and put their backs to committee, was the Electroanl De
the agencies which are attempting to Improve conditions. They Corp. of America. Its president ben -00. i "
could also put their brains to it and find out if t' the fault of was Samuel Novick..z nolswa.
the government or their own that they don't lkO life. As it is, The Congressional committee e POW .
ne whinings and snivelinRs I hear around me merely make them has published testimony to the e dent rat
a efficient oracers and members of this super comal it, the effect that Novick made it poe- I
Canal Zone. sible for Arthur Adams, the mad- J my
S ter spy. to reside permanently il
it is, you know. a super community. And wd should be proud the U.S. According to these doe- By Bre Biossatt
Stone standard of living and the why of life our government uments. Novick facilitated" this B.. B -s i l for
ias allowed and helped us to create here I eel compelled to by making "-false statements" Yi
int out to those who have forgotten such things, that the Adams' behalf. 0s- -... aalUl t iOe 4 r.w era.mly re
health job the government has done on the Canal Zone is some-
in which people should write home to their congessman There is no evidence tha In this country and many other parts of the persuaons o fellow prisoners loyal to the Con. "';a
boui Their could tell him that "they're not wracked by dysen- Noviek was engaged in esplop- world, freedom is a thg you are born with. You muI nt ea the uom.l
eies. Tevers.y nes nd termmin Loca. ,hanK you, w len in any age but here we de the ao not have lo choose t hw cn t the s o The di, in w-
her tropical country in the world would really give them some- weird picture of targm ny In other large sectors of the earth, mostly e W an to the gsoleml a decision. clud la.
ther tropical country n the world would really give tem some- werd a ompan Rusa and its cpatellite nations, freedom Is no Some pri s ,erse stand Withth.i backs 'toT .hk atrlo, a .
ing f to complain about, w~~ih highly secret government man's birthright. There you cannot buy It or bek Cominm qlst"'a_'q" .trlt w~ them bcl
it too. contracts permitting its office it. Only a comparaitivc handful can steal it,---by into slavery. not eote
e us by the mater spy escaping beyond the borders of those slave Others scream violent oaths ep imllthetl,
They choose to live in a forelgn country-or at least they berg atomic, radar, sky plat- Pla.eds nhspretv teetso aeae e tw obefor tveTIP
he no oection to leaving their hom eland -they have a cl- ee ma a rm ra h s l lot Placed in this perspective, the.events now avE e. 80 'so s r a *ve, o 60
to they could noto have anywe her n e U.. co led at the form and proximity fuse spy transpiring at Panmunjom in Korea apear quite two minutes: MM
te they could not haveeanywnere In the U.S.ec vOUled athvthe in beue remarkable. Folr tlfe me ttOme 22,50)0 men aredbe- .Thati t^lnot a" e, btl*i****^ m*J .
me time with such Prices and community services-they have rings In business. remarkable. For thero some 22,500 men are-nbe- T(-at tonot tMil
exotic markets and shops and the stimulation of a strange Ilng liven ai a o toiase ti3e Choice. of a Le uWei-, :...
ture right at their doorsteps, and thev expect to have the Arin. in turn, the Rosenrber tifor tO delde .w etbo tyi shl l ,h - __ __ ...tt c tt ., '" t
lt life of New Yorr and the shops of Fifth Avenue added to it. spy ring ass)igned Morton Sobell fortl ih freedom or tinder tyFny. d oibt., uabol t 2 t.ts T ,'
to the General Electric plant in These men, Chines and Nor Korean plris-.- g~i ave 0to reto W( qi, mmi

ven enjoying what there is. which was In desperate need of insisted that they should not be repatriated a etheo r n u os. nweb...
eo h skilled men. oon he was work- aint their will. We would not accept a trace Ing in the presence Q9 th- 'l ul weo uhi
SThey can't own their own homes-but no one can take this ing on highly co6idential radar that did not contain that provision. nist ersuaders ser e weOlu atto-e r $ham, e. "
Poe from them and their rent is usually less than taxes and experimentatIon for the U.S. If a philosopher were to contemplate the proc- world seek to adltncetn Asla and i h en will
or..ages in a comparable community in the U.S.A. Navy at the OE plant there. He ess of couLdng, he surely Would assume that If communist Is tlthded tle rdinary mail s you havMi't "asked iuqu of..
stayed on from 1942 to 1947 while for each man it wtuld be a ,sblemn Moment, paradise," wadcount for theseeointlaes human C 1 rv .
A lot of people are doing their best-and if you don't like to David Greenigrlass worked the marked perhaps -by last-minute attal searching. explasllo it? na turI t ally, ag& ,
take part in camera clubs, writing, reading, paint. hunting, other end of the ring at the Los as the captive welihe freedom against the prob- Ig a smpi i e.' try hait ? b.al
muac and language classes, there are still sports, political, relU. Alamos atomic proving grounds. able los of all future contact With his family m-mn o,&T ll Uno a. the W a tp e r- y mi-
gious- and union activities, l going on here every night of the Others in the ring, now being and friends in his homeland.lmn. tl Vd.e the s s efteeL
week insuch profusion that onesenses frustation atnot hay- exposed, wereat the secret Big- Actually, It provLM to be nothing of the of thu rearion sae to. rur to itNI OWR
ing dmein to takerDart intmoreethanna fractionrof them. na l CorpseRadar Laboratory. s sort. The overwhelming majority of these mer measures their uMdeistanding of its ho r. Lot MINTON U ',
well as at other Army and "Navy made their hard choice months or. even yeas me everywhere who are imorant ori tusurie of
Could you find anything like that at home and for such installations, ago, while they were still subject to the as he perils of tyranny mark those rpapenses well. 'Iie ol-cOtion -leaders had pli' to te
PricestooThese agent, apnarentlyv mov- r d O" r' ,-r.rw foew vie "
You who sit in the corner, sucking your thumbs and griping., ed with the greatest of ease. Forett .h
you should finish every complaint with an amen of thanks that example, before Morton Sobell .,e r d O ld P a tieS .
your government has the oatlence to send fact-finders and in- was asulghed by the ring to in- .-o A line ut_
vestigatora down here to find out what the trouble is. All I'd filtrate me Navy at the Sche- ter Jo- 0d et
say is that you'd better watch out. or you'll throw the baby out nectady GE plant, he had been my PeerE Uso tsenVowem aa It,
with the bath. with the U.S. Navy Bureau of
Oidnance in Washington from T".. exr
-MINORITY PETE. 1939 to 1941. That was his spe- ... te
cialty. WASHINOTON-~(NEA--People interested in If this ke ls on, i.tld uAan tt i _o the .-
Meanwhile, other rings were the SoelEty revolution which the Republicans later, the ft 4 u be hn y nt Iso -gavis tt h e
collecting pictures of targets. No have brought to your nation's cai tal now have thavt an ambtl --, oul t he given "s 'r-".''
sense having a bomb and being a couple of logns to go by. A new falil and winter streets r d" MMWlie t i keep up *AfCto n=u
able to pierce our screen unless season Is about to begin cOmmence to get at eta-gptU. o f an et? w
they could hit real juicy targets. started. revoli*tt .wOn edxi.
Those, they had. According to a Squirrel, mink, chinchills and other stoles and .There aMet ar st-
report turned in to the House of coats are rbel taken out of cold a Weastb b at, aitl -
TODAY cCaNRn by Karl Mundt, now. Senator allct e 1 was at yla rs I who g e &
from south Dakota, there were 19 e and oter pheed v wo
3,696 Ru*ilan agents in the U.8 True most of the functions thus ftr ..tkltlt S9 tatty
at the ttnt training. the klng and quedb of tilyE "A 1- ,th .- --

matiow abeot our railroads, The 8paish embassy threw a big party on 'Some s l comaitt ligges

CENTRAL TECHNICOLOR RELEASE! that a volume had been put Anyway, az-No. 1 Washln hosted Owen Federal *.mf rs dot p u
together by the soviet.' offleial Cafrits's naSes aiLn't what use4 to be in some cal "- "
U.S. Amtor Trading Corp. Could do for ranking ~ets at a recent itnribe .eqora
Show: 1:00 2:51 4:52 6:53 8:54 p.m. The book wau escribed by our was's couple of old Do rs5aoi' u Tea l,-
Intelligence officers as a vern- The Republicen Ciey capitall B, le) P -
Stable "manual for bombing revolution, tf u him north to do -
!..A WWAN TO ISS!.. Mundt put it this way: In on, the et eh7 Oi fea--
II_ a .a- iof cilliag Metiems! "In this volume are airplane so well-tU-il that thb et et h t
Sviws, which may be blown up to other any -i 'eac "*th ,
SAve E. Rose ,m~lt iresey lsze for military purposes, wulhin -for _.. .
of the Pratt-Whitney lant at In ot ._
YVOMIE ROCK wet Concord, Conn., th Kaiser Washington
shipping plant in California, the except at s/
DE CARLO"IHUISON Ford plants at River Rouge and the real mes .thei m '"e
wCollR unn n d th, HamU.lt*n., they came tO own. .... "MriR

MAXWIRL IM Standard Propeler Co. plant a But there aa
Hartford, Conn. are ove
"Everv bl bride in the U.S.. l
Il Including the Oolden Gaterand ployes&-.
San Franeiseo-Oaklazad Brid gUfli. This
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d *.1e l WASHINGTON 24 (UP) stay out of individual contests, MONTE VISTA, Colo.. Oct. 24 When they attempted to ter
-mead ; Vice President Richard M. Nix- but OOP National Chairman (UP) A 48-year-old railroad the house, Morgan opmbed.elr.
l o on, the administration's trouble- Leonard W. ail s aid after a superintendent went to the home O'Neal, shot once, staggeh-
_shooter, m ay qi bsttute for Pres- meeting with Eisenhower Thurs- of his estranged wife today and his car and died. Key, saht
S.... *'. Meant Elsenhower on the Repub- dqy the Chief Executive probably alternately used a shotgun and through the shoulder, w at
lan casin .trall next year, will make some "g eo n e ral" pistol to kill her, their two chil- to a hospital.
I M 'today. speeches in behalf of th&wi te senoverall dren, his mother-in-law and a
iur" ito Nixon as the Republican ticket, police officer before he took his When other police, ,
tm- ] ,, r c to cr the cam- Not all Republicans, especially own life. officers and state patrolmen I"
load in vyiew o. isenhow- some facing a tough re-election Another pol c e m an was rived and fired tear gas late
6 wrLI' N der ulon not to barnstorm fight next year e pleased wounded in the shoulder, house, they heard more sh
SIn behalf of Repub- with the Presdent's decision to The slayer was Rudy Morgan, Morgan had fired a bla t r
and Senate candi- take a back seat in 1954. Nixon's superintendent for the San Luis the shotgun into his hd
.also figured he would campaigning would heal their Central Rairoad. Hb was de- lice said..
31 1,mme a man for-the Job. wounds to some extent at least. scribed by friends a.s a "quiet,.
Sstra togists said the Several Republicans pointed average sort of a man." Bodies were strewn t th
outhfugTJel d r ent could vis- out that Nixon has more time house, some upstairs .anr t
Chaerbag aw 0" 9 Bs G A"BM ......t.. ft criti ricts to lend a and energy for campaigning Police said Morgan, who had down. Police were unable toi
a an m lio M "s m"o ae.ms, ... ...*.**. hand to hard-pressed Republican than the Chief Executive. Nixon been living at a hotel since sep- ter th tear gas-filled house W
0MBE ^ 1 am ...S. office-leekers without violating is 40 and his only real job is to rating from hst wife about a several hours after the lboot
aff.....,....".* 29 Elasenlbower's pledge that White preside over the Senate, although month ago, went to her home ings. .
M ouserestlge would not be used he has been playing a highly- at dawn today, armed with au t*
8111, ,***e i" U lna alyocsl olitisal race. Important role a thie admin shotgun and a .32 automatic. Poloee had little th o r t.at
t m..... .m. e ...a. .....W_-. ..Th. Pre de said. he would traction's lials n m um with Con- Police said h shot the lock off what led to the
Gom7el"w greosud the door of the house theft alter- The slain Mrs.
g-a.s- : a ni On the other hand, enhow- nately. used the .two. weapons to P.A. Detch said
. ,. er Is 63 and has a seven-day-a- kill bis 32-year-old wife; his 58- that tle 3lad
Seek job, with no substitutesto year-old mother-in-law. Mrs. arad abo a m t
S1 M1 fmtake over, Annie Dietrich; his sevenyear- to his knowledge Morgan
s Nixon has proved under fire old son, Johnny and his five- not been n tp arrange a r
A Ns oSnoCA4j Ce he Is an effective campaigner. year-old daughter, immy. ofcliatelol.
10' Otor. ,.St He pulled hInself out of an e Then he telephoned another
am Tpeclall tough spt i n the 195" relative, Mrs. Florence Dietrich, Neighbor said Morl
-. f c.ct .a . Ai campaign with tdevison x-and told her, "I'Ve just killed all been a haiy.
93 aiim^W...e (Ma *-satehcians. at y 2degplanatilon of the extmnse funddof the family. henoi haie sut for
ENEMIES=.=:G.o.e sit u W i na a the mmade available for him by Call. lice. charing mental and
U. 1 fornia businessmen while he was ASslstant Police Chief Guy cruelty and claiming
*X, 7"' in the enate. ONeal and Patrolman P. V. Keys had trck her on several
S amMAL.0 *- O wentto investigate. ons.

S"' .soIQr y .. T... ....... -- t
A.malaW.J- .... ..her, he.w beooS..l9 g a 0 R
"l trained as iorn officer la -

........ .....I O M eSA TAr mN EW i age- r
.. Army Training ge In Ja-

11MOs a .n #...4 %XV. IN KOREA o rof Maurice tion Army ped rson 1 in eana e-
SAL Di .)* Abrahamns, 24, son5of Mr. and listic work for a period of one Me i wonder foMkw a prte Min-
Mrs..+o.ll. ifo-Ab a- Co.n, year.
..... l *toteU.0after I t o In contact with hris r Srt p*vationa d O
rv. with the 2ia DMvi- Army and became converted It Would be enough that tids tadioeW
+ t. +"MW + :**.- abrha, o S- soon after the arrival of Capt.
:sut s Lr.eal monthsand Mrs. Clement Mooidawmy opens up an entirely nsw worm of
r -e no was a technician in the 234 Reg- to Colon. The last candidate hearing happiness. But theAli-Tr -
8406 Iment's Medical Corani v. (Major Edna Bingham) left the eistor Radioear does more. It pr
. now und eoing ntealve. post- training dnJamaica. B.WsI. etot with unb lieilI 2o.
lsSALDAL.......... truce tr in, captured "Heart- Two years ago, Yearwood re- There wre no B" atte at ad. O

.fbjuft . .took "Old Baldy" in JUly 1952. plication to the erritorial head- i
.ib *a kR*ge::::::::t, e of rb quart. ers hed a for training. out at d tali wit o t ,
F. Or.aun Lewis Named Durn the pst few years tle o ,nece, the pted he
.l.....t....he ... ,,. M..- andida received localtlo ;u,.
Ito.._ 5 S _-_ _- wrr 0. ae sonAN o AS from capt. and Mrs. Moona Y
U= M, ng SCT.'ION'-- Army Plc 'Oraham in Salvation Army work.
*f Chit A. Lewis Jr., whose parents live He iwas evn a special course Flind out lar #YaOsulN I You must actually hear with
logo Ch h o",f in Col It ., was recently of Bible it ramthe sfrom.thesection the r ansR to appetote a Sdelt
name& "A1dler of the Month" in lt headquarters in Panama and
am" No=- the Karean Base 8ee tCn'1s 23th he holds three first class certin- ad powei. We gladly schedule a psivalp .
ODsMs0 BaD_ e D tii K Il o- cates with honors. atm i faor yo at Yarmmm..C m '
ur.5 ?SS2 5. .. e a a955 HA has h el many poaltioas in - -
ag b wall omnm*i . the Mlocal corps, such as the set-
Elk.- L V ,s wab am for hi Ing ban4mpster of tie Colon EXCLUSIVE DISlBTORS:
u 1 W80 0rsoh1_al appeamnee, Ceatral Band and was attached
see. He Wa B180"ntoas te oung rd'.- CRAWFORD AGENC(ES
Sa in Japan. ,arewell meetings will be held
6 Lcbms la d from, Cologi, 0 tomorrow at thq Colon Central "J" Street No. 18, P.O. Box PanamA 1890
444. a-Abil In 1 .. Cp(l9n d was Corps at 11 a.m. and 7:30 _p.m.
.-... - meelaaln.Ir, the, P2an5&=B aL The '7:30 pLm. mmetintg will be Tel.: 2-2316 & 2-3265
As i aImad. 8 e.l sl 'road before entering the Army. conducted by the Sectional Of-
gum a. e fice, s-Cipt. Edward Hodgion.GO
.mesu. ,ea abedineol Ceourse____
** ** ..* '- .T P. .. rod 0. Warner. son of Mrs., Myr-
mo. tha Wa ner of- Balboa, C.Z.. re-
--.9 A S". -eently undertook the Rait" w
6Car Reair course at Port uNts
6I Va. successful completion of the
i course will entitle the soldier to
."0ole 1Warnel attended La Boca Hilth
00.lll l aSchool. ge has beenasaslgned to
Fort lustis since September of
this year, having completed the
Shps of his Army basic
at Fort Dix, N.J.

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WEST EAST manners" says the pen
6 QJ $ A 8 7 3 knows better as he pick
K 7 4 VJ 9 8 3 2 French iried potatoes In
5s 2 7 gers, or breaks crackers
SKJO 10 95 4 72 soup. He seems to think
SOUTH he lets others know t
AAK 4 knows better, he can br
V A Q rules.
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Both shades. vul. know.
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'.r P l..Pan Children's Art
Pass Pass n l Pass L

p youhavd- ol ; Show To Be Judi

Some hands you have onlv By Vsilors' Volt
Svry, small clue to guide you :o
the correct defense. Naturally Have you ever though
yt'd like more substantial evi- yog would like to judge I
d4es but you don't always get ing exhibition? Here
whvit you Ke. In today's hand, chance.
lor example. West had very lit-
tle to go by, but it was better The Canal Zone brand
than a sheer guess. National League of A
When the hand was actually Pen Womcn is spons
played, not long ago, in Cincin- children's art exhibit at
natt, Frank Weisbach held the tel Tivoll on Oct. 28, in
'West cards. The bidding indicat- tion with the presentati
ed that neither declarer nor the new children's book, "'
dummy had a long side suit. A lican Tree And Other ]
trump lead seemed safest, so he Adventures."
opened the deuce of diamonds.
Declarer took the first two Visitors to the exhibit
tricks with dummy's ace and be given a ballot alp an
king of diamonds, East discard- to choose the painting
ing the deuce of hearts. South like best: first, second
next took two top spades and led third. The children- whose
a third spade, all hands follow- ings pre judged best
ing suit. Welsbach won the third manner will each receive
round of spades with his queen of "The Pelican Tree'
jaid then had to lead away from graphed by the three
one of his kings. Which suit Lamb, and Patriia ]
should he lead-heart or club. Jean Bailey, Elizabeth
And why? Markun, and the illt
It was clear that South had Jeanne Stauffer Beaudr
started with exactly five dia-
monds and three spades) hence Most of the paintings
five cards in hearts and clubs exhibited will be the
combined. He surely had both elementary school child
aces, both queens and one extra nucleus of this show Is
card. Either a club or a heart of oil paintings done by
lead would give south a free ft- at Ancon Summer Ree
mnesae, but West could afford to School thi past numme
lead declarer's doubleton suit. tion. Mrs. Beaudry, who
As you can see, a club lead ed the program at Anc
gives declarer a free finesse in year, wanted to give
clubs and permits him to dis- children who were in
card one heart on dummy's last the opportunity to work
spade. Nevertheless South is still paints.
stuck with one heart loser. If
West leads a heart, however, This is something that
S South gets a free finesse, ruffs sters in tha age group
'his third heart in dummy, and have the chance to do.
discards the losing club oa dum- This exhibit will be t
'my's last spade. to be held in the Little
It was therefore up to Wels- of the Hotel Tivoll since
'bach to decide.which was South's been repainted.
doubleton suit and which was his
tripletoh suit. How could he tell? Mrs. Beaudry Is or|
East's discard of a low heart this exhibition with the
told the story. If East had held ance of Catsy Taylor, p
the queen of hearts he would of the Qcnal Zone branch
have thrown a high heart. If National League of A
!East had held any six hearts, Pen Women, and other r
They would have been headed by of this group.
J-10-9-8,, and East would have
A thrown the jack of hearts to the queen or a six-card
. show some sort of strength In short, East was bound
.headed by the jack. (Among ex- only five hearts.
perts any high discard denies Reading East for five
possession of the next higher Weisbach knew that So
card. Hence discarding the jack three hearts and only tw
denies the queen.) Hence he led a club an
Since East had thrown a low tually got his king of h
heart, he could not have either set the contract.


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S.S. "LEMPA" .....................................Oct. 29
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ................................Oct. 30
*S.S. "YAQ TE" ......................... .........Nov. 6
S.S. "C. G. THULIN" ............................. Nov. 9

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S S. "MABAY" .................................... Oct. 27
S.S. "COMAYAGUA" ............................. Oct. 27
A STEAMER .....................................Nov. 3
S.S. "MAJORKA ..................................NoV. 6
S.S. "MARNA ...................................Nov. 15

Weekly sailing of twelve passenger ships to New York. New
Orleans. Los Angeles. Ban Francisco and Seattle.

Special round trip fare afrom utobal to New York.
Los Angeles, San FraneSc 11l aSeattle.

To New York ...............................11 .410.
To Los Angeles and San Franeisco .........52700
To Seattle .................................365.00

merican TEL[PHONES:
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direct- M.V "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18 Toins).
:on this
terested M.V. "SANTANDER" .............................Oct.
with oil S.S. "CuzCO" .....................................Nov. 8

he l.S. DURANGO" .... ....... .............!.Nov. 1i
the first
. it h 8as "LOCH AVON" .............. ...............Oct. 39te

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a --TV- TI SItter The honored were UL. Pea- Mr. and M nrs. Simson Mosis At Margarita Unle
t5 tgofA body's mother Mrs. George M. Announce Birth o Daughter Churh
I t l . - .Peabody and i arnt, Mrs. F. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred bimmon-
t .. bOberl Dolder comes dissolved and fondue starts bub- O. Wullekuhler, of Leavenworth, on, Morgarita, announce the A concert o Chamber
IDM.. .oat, !l rand mat a wies bli g. Kansas, who arrived on t he birth of a aaunter in the uo- will be presented at t
r party n New Yrk she Season with alt and nutmeg. "Ancon" for a short visit onthe Ion Hospital, Monday, October arita Union Church
h to make otin or Serve on hot toast or In heated lathmus. 19, at ha Colon hospital. afternoon at 4 .m. under t
'. ;. ... a pamol da .tty shels, preferably one at e Fisty guests wera invited to ,The litle r has been auspices of the hor. The qla
asll the guests e. eep balasfe of fondue meet the visitors. named Beverly. land Trio, compared of
Zoon11mar on fori hot, but not balling. Tropical flowers flank ed by der and Elizabeth Feind
r imel k ,. ,i If possible, serve in chafing white tapers In silver holders Mrs. obertlls Hoored Professor Hans JanowitS will
Sa and pip in center of t- centered the buffet table. With hower the uert.
d isirgandy. t lowonatteddin inlelmstuff. bl. Oests gather around It Mrs. Merrill Mounts and Mrs.
o unable nCtoTtattend Thne is a fofDsnduGeuie Neunchate- and dun to their heart's con- Surpris Birthday at Louis Lee were hostesses for a Price of admission wll be
boeandrncisgkaunableto ndloin, mad# with wine, and this tent Would make a welcome PortoBel oeRe mMrs. Thorn- "pins and blue" shower given one dollar.
t4 Bant sMkt. MThe it= f0mrsa. tarLtotelephone AMo one from the Valal district of a nd to a Halloween party. wc A group of ladies from the at the Lee residence in ko r dt
back Dale T.Drak An witzerland,made with nCoco Solo Naval Station made Gullck, to honor Mrs. Robert
iBs0to C. 614mwtkl, Mrs.. Par Rbithe trip to Porto Bello. Wednes- Ellis.
o Pentim ', John HwardyM FetatwIRabMbt day, for the Black Christ cele- Morning coffee was served,
en-, yo, .80o -o e .rlesocho ( 4re) ry bratlon. Mrs. W. A. Thorn was after which the gifts were pre-
rp reter, nd al h Zone Branh of one of the group. As she was sented in a large bassinet.
rlar of of syekM, Arthur Lovelaod, omen willholdT caraw ue celebrating her birthday t h a t The friends who werepresent
Sq.. b. li of partn a "o- M ), tba, day, her frehd decided tosur Included Mrs. Robert ough,
ed0 w pre- X2-TWe' ad o e t P fl praise her with a party at Por- M rs. John ra p pek, M. Joe
16iel06-' -' CuAn .lVlA .1 1.NHal to Bello. Roberts, Mrs. Phillip Apel, Mrs.
wktopped thB albem C uor Art on October hd *tly. 5 Mrs. Boyd Lawrie, Mrs. Tony
0rom 4 to. 0 p.m. In the, ) eao h a hall of 8t. Peter's After supper aboard the ship, Romeo, Mrs. D: L. Martin,iMrs.
ir 9 the T oman's Cb U Galleryf the hotel ps) aspoa, 2 ch- p, La Bos, will be the a large, decorated cake, with Odorge Marsh, Mrs. Lloyd Gregg
iagltegular m ar seed In hot w- scene of a Ha owe'en party on candles was produced by Mrs. and Mrs. Edward Mann.
Saa rt 15ol titeep lt butt er Tursday evening4o be promote: Aw
Sny lon r touel ar a o- of the arrange men ts. An in- M Camera Club to Hear
0 ilot0.ed,'. fir uti vidual gift shower was then Mr. Donovan Geyer
'Vi a_-e.a rlt, dli heid e In l wotol hep m .presented the ed honoree. Mr. Donovan Oeyer will be
i Ou, 170y0b e The poitn Those participating in the trip the guest speaker at the Mon-
"d bHer'wa H er" Mondaiy 't 7In AthecWr-n tlhemei oht ohboided from 8to and party were Mrs. N. day meeting of the Atlantic
wasofMatchingOWRoonof otelTvo- bellcaptainofthe point.Blendin hatoig V.m.for andu fros.RHead, Mrs. R. Y. Dusin- Camera Club's Color Division.
Iyo net 11Tearned The brge-pobflreOtbg publi oer st irtingunt.i It hcomforte berreMrs. A. L. Maccubbin, The meeting will be held at the h
o O eILh i nvited2. 2 on o ere e creation will center Around Mr W. Anderson, Mrs. Elks Club at 7:30 p.m. He*
ItAM n. s on geand d dancing. There a lsoB. Gray, Mrs D. E. Brother- will give a lecture on the Old
Sand Crad Wema's ClubVineentispriest on the th- ame cake walks fr fve ba ton, Mrs. J. J. Zarriello, Mrs. Empire Mayan ruins of Copan,

in. O^. W of W_^ C:l 0 ug. n on1 t- emphasize The lespirit f he sea- Mrs. T. R. Perry and Mrs. E- clinic conducted by Mrs. Myr- o O
ofr O ..Me. e tend. Stamp Cu rTe n el admll ieon chaer mS aromeBeg FaRl and HT.oncKee m Mrs. B. W me ic trip.o
S. u in come- ee ed a but a silvr offering an te P. Cb co- ing l ,
Q.~w ^t?, 7|turkey dinnerffwa at" E.ne Ms Wil ft

b.c'r -e of em rti.t .Marys an L y Patthe ldoeor from each one at- t8hafer, Mrs. P. B. Long, titon e swn a

er ofrSe an- dances R T lhu Im b eSChurch rm ha bee In pro gres Individual competit ions.u e t o
and "aitse-ng aG disgeroe" --l Ju
CIOof-emer Do og t!iF Fnllphy the spirit o he oen- Mrs. T. R. Perry and Mrs. Em- cair e a Mrs. M Wr-
n a C hco, wharaoupait .tDahb- Cor Bynd ostu Fei h m. ohricn r. na O'Con even lare number ofneni~ e eu, arolert .la

hthshW"_'cetere ethprmeCu_ '7i.. m. tomorrow marking o. Fh Mrs. JS oMoraken, B third and fourth children, ac-d d
th MisnMDSd. Lo Anr d ay cording to statist, no sea p. atfoiesults of the club's Octobyrwrry
A rie le oOrI 2 rAdditional silv erviceng l se td Larox Mrs.Mare a entry n the P.. Club com- ng loglie, n

MrP.owelln e t curc chl ool Reynold, Mrs. Edith Mathil- Cros8 report shows.
edthed aw ir Don't feauio but Oes nth ano.- jto sl tbon,t and eve ch ong r:3 p. m. Son, Mins, r. M. 8a et JmhT MCEIVrsl

of m.y ThemTwit 9,o'lnerse P aes t time of writ. Ogi n ew appearance to *
PrlpI ,eta -, Iee s e individual competwit-rions.ght
dames eIonatq tae sd alltf MsCucSlat the Fort Davis .ol .ENN WR lover! 011 O Y
.inp and t. dJudlce.e to=Chapin, Mrs.cR.a.ong 1as
oonseecesW ' WMth the RRT. John A. MDuf- tourname r Ms. w. AtT. po. Bu Newhr Cbri

.wib h.uthr of fia cb -e d Mrs. Holland; Mrs. Kerniok (UP) -N e ev
'i .e we rfithle, 1TEND1 e CHURCH dea featend Mrs. Poole: M Ors. Use a rNi large seleotan of e 1 i
i B IS C. P s c wander; Mur. Anderon defeat- r ore seed h a l"
arnU doi.Brmuder en d Mrs. Laroole, ; Mrs. Mari e o fgamllln ee.2 U Acideno

a tb wl bes willmakeaPacorporat eon Par was de. eated byM Jimy CASA MUROZ ll ram hiar hli
he,"e r wll par,.T- eon.A at the ChorRl uch rle tat garet Leih, T r and Mrs. ai mma defeat- pne Wel Crenma Ie
""he bak veto the program. 5. r.Mrs. J.L. Mc acken, rs. 13 third and fourth children, Be-
e bfv a aarf r "It^^e B VIVIAN SANDE Mrs. Lois Anesn Mo.. Do_ cording to* statitics At steady In that cII

1A1 ae Laeo s B ar i, create in maternity cs h S. hMath esso

"'s W hyavloa' lu aom '53 ? qCea 1u: mast e-
SRUTH LSclud Oct. (C f-(UP)- Additional servlde listed rle been noted since 149, aBlue

mW S*k Paoell s mrk 1:d-Wayer at 10 A. M. prMr..H y Ms IN l Cron E FOOTSTEPS OPr Jh J

ALI aci.,ncrld...-,v. IuImmediate Factory, New York and sort

la* iio fEINO HEAVEN TIODGH THE ranal Zone -deliverie.
Mrs.-i.G bWIon g2 or a[' 0 g r.M th eveniu Ever e Wel cedin. the church ofeool Me -

4L red &ar- nftd dso. 01The 1954
1* cam p Wa sofNUNoil3theiiat ofner aTh et.oy oe The most bautiu car ever bueeilt
Mrs. W .. wnd brs oMsRt~. vr dr .e CcicCKEN WINE
MAI- matissueQ P&L a hlanUm. blondet SIM te byaFather McDufle 1.PalleyMrs. J. P. Pill0nsand
brow nLeM. Is.e a.lleP P S e rom. Mirsi.M the lt.M .Sullivan, Mrs.NNCN WIREN0"
trip -wifift die tjaa" cts i namoratne g the ifrTt of St. FECN I REl
In111 ),t 1 0 : hO B I 01 and W t, Juds. Chapin, Mrs. R. A. Dou g I a a, TEMINSNI

soThe winners, r p ,he time of wrii-svenwhe gnapipe dsa e
SEND CHURCH ded Mrs. Poole Mre. Use r s thleti thron
ed Mrs. Lacroix; Mrs. Marie the gallon.

ppsfrna ld i dMrs. Mathieson.
ua a 3 y BI nA cMlOan 0, m.
"--+b-n Why buyba

iu.her oinda on hosr he i..-S. naril, 9:30 .m--BIBLE SCHOML

six r10:45Lf l.,--"WALKING IN TEe FOOTSTEPS OFW .'
C, *Oflii Ch .S,,enior oh
Ila,,F t are just 6.Immediate Factory, New York

Ed;. Z.o"n" .vv OUe TaZone liveries
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Household!' Automobile _
:FR SALE:Two brand new 6 cu.FOR SALE: Plyouth '53utility
t. electric Servel refrigerators. Station Wagon, 500 miles. Perfect
: 225.00 each. Work either on 2 Tires. Duty Poid. Like New. P
or 60 cycles. Refer to Diablo furni- 3-1697. 9 a m. 5 p. m.3-2097
ture store. Central Avenue No. 86.! 5p.m. 8 p. m.
, Phone 2-2404. FOR SALE:-1947 Ford Tudor Se-
SSALE:-25 cycle Coldspot re- don. Very clean. Mechanically

RiSALE:--Complete set of vene- FOR SALE: 1946 Ilick Stoeis
4 ,jin blinds for up and down house. Wagon, runs eead. As is h rMly
t; Located at 5066-B, Dioblo. Phone $299.00. Smeety Hunaktt ; A.
3a 0 t2866.r 16th St. Central Ave. TlekbPt
S3-2866- C 800, Cole.
l RGAIN; For sole, new refrigerator,
SFriAidaire, gas range, diningroom FOR SALE:1951 Buick Super Ri-
St, livingroom set. Kitchen uten- viera Club Coupe, $1,750 2230-
lt il. with rights to apartment. Tel. C, Curundu 83.4146.
S3- 467 t 210 Central Avenue FOR SALE:-1940 Plymouth Sedan.
apartment No. 35. Good condition $175.00. Phone
f)R SALE:-New Kelvinator 13 Cu. Albrook2166. A-1/c. Wheelwright.
Ft. Deep Freezer. Necr new Cros- Before 4 p, m ,
Sley 8.5 cu. ft. refrigerator, with FOR SALE: 1952 Buick Riviera.

h5FOR SALE:-TConepy 195 T2uck
'-large deep freezer capacity. Both Duty Paid. Can be financed. Phone
60 cycles. Qtrs. 90. Ft. Clcyton. 3-4225., Phon

.dio w- .rtb chais0 E, Frangipani
FOR SALE-Living and cliningroom FOR SALE:-1947 Packard 4-door
Set. Also refrigerator and stove, sedan "6" o title. Very good con-

H e 25-A,3rd Street, Snn Fran-; 127C. Paraiso, phone 4161.
cOR SLE:-35i18.i n FOR- SAL.l-tipy Expr es Truck
pi'. orSALE -Westinghouse Refrigero- No. 65, 4th of J419 Avenue.
taor 25 cycle 9 cbic feet, good dr. Sedan Hydromatic, Radio, new
condition with outomatir defroster tobies, choirs. 0428-E, Frongiponi
$150.00. Venetian blinds, metal
and wood assorted sizes, $2.00 FOR SALE:-Or trade for older model
each. Tel. 2-2494- car 1952 Chevrolet 4 door sedan.
---- See at R-16-C Rousseau or call
FOR SALE:-Westir.ghouse refrigar- Nay 3126.
ator, 9 cu. ft. 25 cycle, good con- --1. A Suearh -
diticn, $12 500 2117-, SagcFRSALE-1947 Studebaker Chom-
Avenue, 5.0, 1 S pion with iadio and heater $395.-
Avenue, Cccoi. --_ 00. Call Cristobol 3-1727.
FOR SjiLE:-Frgidaire. woshing ma- -- 1 i ;__ i r
chine, porch furniture, blithds, lot-FOR SALE:-1949 Lincoln, Cosmp;
tice work 0310, Coble Heights, 4-door, new tires, radio, Sunvisor,
SAncon C.Z. plastic interior, new paint, $1,-
A C0- Z000.00. Con be financed. Phone
tOR SALE:-Kelvinotor refrigerator. 87-572 Fort Davis.
Tappon De Luxe gas stove, Apex i- _._- _-- -,:-
"'0ustomatic washing machine. Barn- FOR SALE:--Custom 49 Lincoln Cos-
boo set. Couch daybed. Leaving mopclitan convertible, black WS.
'lt Everything-cheap. 9076, W, 0. D., t9nneau. cover dul" s de
10th St. Apt. 4, Co'cn. chromed. Hu6se 121-A. GombOo,
6-107. Or ___ __ _
Wo SALE:-'Refrigerator. Frigidaire,
S9 cu. ft., 25 cycle, $40. House FOR SALE:-1941 Four Door Ply-
S1537, Mango St., Balboa, Phone mouth Sedan. New battery, and Oaot
24* -, i' covers. Good condition, good pflce.
= -2 --_ -- _... Call Tel. 2-0940 or 3-2135,


FOR SALE;-1952 Morris. Mlr. less
than 7.500 miles, in perfect con-

Y youth used refrigeiotor and ditlv. Call Balboo 3569.
CROSLEY. 'Call us at FOR SALE:-1948 Packard 4T Dnor
't. iYCYRNOS. Telephone 2-179 Sedah. Newly overhauled, g6od
A.dd Nacional," near Tvoli tires, radio, seat covers. See Balboa
"C .ii ..ng* _____. Fire Station ony'.time.
*&Q(NTED:-tco but a small cabin FOR SALF: 1950 Oldsn n ilefla
4.. boat, diesel or gasoline oper- De Luxe, 4door sed n, Hydraof-
ed, 28 to 32 foot preferred;, in c, radio, WSV tirs ll
eoE oPerating condition, for per- condition CalsAl xck 115
sonal use, Price should be' in the day 86i5t09 niht.
Vicinity of $1,500.00, cash and -9 n
* Immndiate purchase if offer is W AiN TEr
' acceptable. Please contact Roy .AT
SHemmoc, phone 2-461,2 Panam,
t it write ox 597, Panama, R. P. Automobiles
1 FOlR SAl E Only Plymouth, Docge, Chcvrofet, 49
FO SAl J L to 1953. Not duty paid, 4 dcor De
'" MotorCvles Luxe. Will see them from 4 to 7 p.
oto_____r e im.-Hotel Colon' (Panama). Telephone
tOR0SALE:-Indian motorcycle, cam- 2-0770. Mr. Fonseca.
plte ports. Call 2-5426. Radio
Arciniegas. Colle .iaon B. Soso No'it
.; from 8 12 nooh I1:30 6:00W
p. m.I



** -- --.-. .-- ag .p'iae WILLIA s' Santo Clara Beach Cot-
Wo h AkehWbef Amy ms oe ta es.r comfortable, modern,
08 am. C. Z. near Balboa 3050 except
____________________- wadnekee

DR. WENOEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" street..
Corner telephone 2-3479, Panoma.
Wonderful weekend excursion to Me-
dellin, Colombia, $35.00. Leaving
Oct. 31 returning Nov. 2, good
hotel occomodations. Call "COPA"
Panama 3-0097.
St. Ancon.,. _

TIC DIGEST you wouldn't understand
at all newsstands.

PLEASE, don't wait 'til the last day.
Hove your feet fixed up now. We
remove corns, collauses, ingrown
toe nails. Call 3-2217 (Scholl's
Services) Justo Arosemena No. 58.

GEST on sale at local newstonds
for two bits.

FOR SALE:-Venetian Blinds, metal
31" and 36" wide. $2.50 each. 1
set 30 volumes "Book of Knowl-
edge," $35.00. One S.X-28-A
Hallicrafter receiving set,. $15.-
00. One 16" 25 cycle ocilleting
electric fan, $50.00. Phone 2-
2180. House 1553 Balboa Apt. B.
FOR SALE:--50 steel barrels .50
each F.O.B. Balboa, Thea Texos
Co. (Panama) Inc. Tel. 2-0620
Sealed bids, for opening In public,
will be received until 10:30 A; M.
on November 17, 18, 19 end 20,
1953 for Motors and other Electrical
Equipment on Invitation Nos. 24,
25, 26 and 27 respectimely, Equip-
ment is located at Gravel Olant,' Gam-
boa. Invitations, with full particulars'
may be obfotained at thi Office of
Superintendent of Storehouses, tel-
'ephon 2-1815, or from Chief,
Dredging Division, Gamboo, telephone
FOR SALE Female Bkxer PApy.
Excellent Breeding. Reasonable.
Call 2-4021.

FOR SALE:-One motor 1/s H.P. and
motors 1-6 H. P. aloil 25 cycle.
House 1537 Mango' St., Balbo.
Phone 2-4461.

FOR SALE:-Violin for boys, almost
new. See it at No. 4, Apt. 2. Do-
mingo Diaz street, Panama,

Real Estate

FOR SALE--House 3 bedroom, liv-
Ingroom, diHingroom, 2 bathroom,
maid's room; garage, large garden.
Just constructed. Las Cumbres, Los
SAndes Sur, Boyaci St. ask for Bar-
FO RSALE-No dealers,. 2866 meters
of land. Very -convenient. Pueblo
Nuev6 No. 4120 Via C6rdoba.
FOR SALE: Plymouth, Massochu-
setts. Modem insulated 2-bedroom
house with 'gas furnace, large
screened por.ch, near beautiful
beaches. Excellent mortgage. $6,-
900 furnished. Telephone 2-3467.

P Oceansie cot s, Sant
Clara, Bnr ox 435. Blboa. Phon
Panom, 3-.177. Cfltbal .-1673.

Gramlich Santa Clara Beach cottages,
electric refrigeration, i as stove,
moderate rates. Phone 6-441 or



Phone I4RAPNML. Bbea 1389
or ee cmrntoker th ere.
Fosters Cottg. Ornemite post|
Santo Cera. Pa bring ymor
linens. Phone Bboo 2-1866.

Hfoss s

FOR SALE:--Chalet in Ecuador Ave.
No. 27. Front and back porch, liv-
ing and diningroom, two bedrooms,
garage and maid's room. J. Champ-
sour, 6th Street No. 10, Tel. 2,
2419, _.
FOR RENT:-Modemr chalet, 2 bed-
rooms, mold's toobm. hot water
Iistolation, et L CaseNsqulla. over-
lbaking -Paata Golf CAub. $100.
00 monthly. Miuea) Hive. Phone
3-4844. "

FOR RENT:-Furnished chalet, two
bedrooms, livingroom, Serden, re-
frigerotor. Apply 18 St. Son Fran-
cisco No. 8


ATTENTION 6. I. Just built modem
furnished apartment, one, t wo
bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941. I
Modem 2, 4 and 5 rooms, furnished
orL unfmishe& Alharibr's Office
806J, 10th Street, Colon, Tel-
ephone 1386.
FOR RENTI-Tw6 2-b1dedorM opert-
ments for one or two ceples. One
furnished, on unfumlshed. Gov-
ernment inspected., Gorage, Carcao-
quilla 642. Telephone 3-4418.
FOR RENT:-Modem apartment, 2
bedrooms, G. I. Inspected. Enquire
_No. 58 Eqt 43rd street, Bello

FOR RENT: Furnished modern
apartment, 2 bedrooms No. 6,
16th Street,* Son Francisco, near
Roosevelt Theatre. Tel. 3-2628.
After 6 p. rn. 2-0471.
FOR RENT:-Fumnished ,enO bedrooln
apartment, Bella Vista, Tel. 3-

POR RENT: Apartment upstairs,
3 bedrooms, parlor. diningroom,
service, yard, garage. Via Porroi
No. 92. T

FOR RENT:-2 nice furnished aort-
rnmnts, military inspected. V. i
Porros Np. 99.
IFOR RENT:-.Fumished dportn*nt, 2
bedrooms, livingroom, diningroom
and por;h, two bathrooms, $150.
00. 48tl~. No. 27, Bella Vista.


Z .m9 3 oe ,, St om,
W s .maid's room and service, garage.
s ialIs `P* Hotuse 2115, rld St. Los Cumbres,
O one olice r8 a. r. to 2 p. m. Saturday and

5 East e an,RGONA BEACH 61 2400 Sq. trance.
SI WNEW YORK, Oct. 24 (UP) miter of land fenced and modern Apt. 5.
: k r Mr nes E. 'Ieyer said today two bedroom Bungalcw partly fur-
Msn. Joseph W. \cC s fhy s nished, Servel refrigerator, stove. FOR REN
bec6me a "hand"ap" that the light plant, good deep well with near He
SBERLIN, Oct. 24 (UP live Republican party "can no longer power pump. Cash or terms able. C
;ati-Comnmu it queririllas who af &ord. $3000.00. Write Hopkins Box If you wa
idlred two "'p e"e's p oce" and 256 Ancon or Phone Balboa 2966. nished
wounded several others in a gun Mrs. Meyer, wife of the chair- service.
Sbatle have be ,n c;itured and man of the board of the Wash- f ter in,
. cuted on the sp.ot, the i. S. ington Post, suggested that other Position Offered I).' ca
ih Commission newspaper GOP senators "dissociate them- evenings
e ,e Zeittu t reported today. selves from McCarthy's ramp- SITIONS AVAILABLE: For 50 FOR RENI
ages by refusing to make appro- word -per mrute or better typis t '..e
X f",Soviet Zone poll.' had cair- priatltns for his committee in and" 'Ietype operators. English ,ara m
t icd out a big "ic "-or anti-1 the next congrelaonal session." spelling a-must qualification. Write 602"
ommunlrt Oge"'" rince Oct S1 he denounced McCarthy, qualificatIons and re erences for
?-g p of ,)artisans head of the Senate investiga- appointment to Manager Box 69%3 ...
when a groc' of al tons subcommittee,. and Chair- ncon. C. Z. FOR REN
daylaId a police to and t man U. rld nicely f
killed four of t-.:m nin the Cott H ldA. amo H
us area miless a the Hha8e Un-American Activi aml a
bus are a 7P miles southeast, o ties Committee In a speech be IlI i 3-1789
Beruln. fore members of the New York L Wrw IeIUIEsk FOR REN
five Vrrlas apparently State Teachers Assn. DProf essr fR urni"
etex.e.cutcd for a separate Ct- In commenting on the speech, Cr 0mes An
,L althc .oughtheC~.~oinmu.-o_ injMoCarthy said, "'f people likeln___ r. ulltl
pres has rmc.ained silent. TIher were uncritical of m IeI T I I' V
,um ."itung quoted Comm _n- would feel that my fight against li l Vb1 Ion
Jst police sous ces on the Eecond CoMmunism would not be as ef- .
Fn battle and said tlere werefective as it has been." Professor Dwight Anderson
seqral bands" of partisans "It is completely unnecessary Dean of th" University of Louls-'T V
Op -rating ir the area. to comment on anything the ville School of Mucle, will arrive
owner of the Washington Daily in Panama Monday. The p.o- Perhal
The Co-mmunists, in ,their Worker has to say," the Wiscon- fessor, accompanied by Mrs. tural ad
.,ilr adm :s:on of open r*'*-c-n Rcpubiican said. "She has Anderson and Robert Below, a centers
since the June 17 1 .- in 'c,.i n a ihero of Communist caus- 19-year-old concert Dianist and Y.M.C.A
taUM of the deathh o0. iour ; o3Jce-ies eve: since I have been in student of music, is tenninating rangeme
A en and alled on tL 2 BLs t Waslt::0.on,," a tour of ..e countries of South rectlon 0
Wrman poul'atiion to F, -sis~ in Noti. -.at she spoke as "a AnsSFrica sipolIbred by the De- slated b
hunt or the rebels. lifelou: puilican," Mrs. Meyer apartment of State.
"said L is "'hi i t.me that the The United States Information Inthlu
Newspaper reports said t!-e leadership of' the Republican Center In collaboration with the in antlA
kpoptuiovN.' .....aid y, Corn- party, a. ,ire of its slight major- Minlstry of Education. has "how," 1
liunist authorities ti -. "sever Ity in Cogpass, forestalls a schedule d a series of lecture- .
,r.'14shment" would be dealt oat party disaster and a national concerts in tle Republic of Pan-
'J*one attempting to Gaz." ti.t:. Professor Anderson will In l l
inn liti lD not the duty of Pre4ldent discus e oom rt life and creative of the I
.. .er. o to curb McCarthy mulic In the United States. Republ
IT- im e Seltung said bandia sa v d," she said. "It is the while Blow illustrates the lee- a tW
Ul0- a of Czech, police and duty of Congress to control con- ueres by playing representative cusSw
a. w man anti-Communltae gretonal InvestigaRtions... selreonsS.
.s opertin !n the Cot.)s "The pzrty rill have to show! The there, will visit the Na
sie. and r re e~i"cd r-ith ru- a very different attitude, if it lhiti:nal Inste'ute of Music in o:der ea.h
S.t' ,ac wtipos and carL .a.rno to pry a veavy penalty in the'to 8quain, themselves ,th the
rizs te execuUtons ne=t congressional election," she Itechniques of music-teachinr
tie l ur." iad, practiced in PanamA.

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The plant fed that works
miracleos. wit your lawns,
gardens and plantations of
all kinds.

,Geo. F. Novey, Inc.
SCenia00 Ave.TeL 3-0140

"Lme wm Dncing"

Me UA. WMiWe back Nov.
"S Ieave MuS and phone
aumber.A.ta o Cria-

fackera. SmilglaG Mover..
F. Iuugj
Taila Tnraawt~as Baxter
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atle ad fi4dainalto 1Taj4.
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cou8 t Is condue
optraIsn on, thiw,
In the Cainal. o .
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year's Intelatlo.tiola UiP.S
DrugraM. Twenty tout s ti .
anId three lead comnIdt m
Tranx-Isthbalan h1 1tf1i1ibl
quasnt the ia' od
craft and .utdoor vumia^.
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-- RoomslI
T:-Furnished "reom with I
id iefrlerotor, private en-
Ftr street Perejill No. 10.'

T:-Nicely furnishbal room
otet El Panomer. Meals alU-
Oal 3-1789 or 2-1693.,
ant to rent a modem fur-
room with linen, imsidWh
private both with hot we*
new residence (El Cenlln,
ill office hour 2-4611.
s 3-500Q. _

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wit Apply BoneAAas
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Of Or Sifui'
The newix elehed officers of
the Woman's Auxiliary of the
Lpiscopal CuMtAX r lSavlour
Ne'r Cristobal,u lVe duly In-
stlled by t ap Rev. M.
A. Cooeksoh, at te I a. m. serv-
ice on Sunday.
The following officers are to
be presented for-installation:
Mrs. iuhu3 F. Diets, president;
Mrs. Arthur J. McLean, vice-
Prc:.; Mrs. Rober T. Thomps,
secretary; and M". E. Clyde
Stoop, creamutr; iji. Max L.
eicn., atar flower, tnemorlals;
Mrs. Oeorge N,.Ea lke. U. T. O.
The pastor's sermon will be
on "How God Deals With Us."
Tle Offertory anthm, "IncUine
'i'me Ear io Me" will be sung
Dy tb. senior choir with Mrs. R.
A. Kopertk as soloist. Holy
Colmunion Is to' be celebrated
at 7:30 a. in. with specli pray-
ers for the family of lstions
and Chnurcn School at 0:30 a. m.
On Monday at 7:30 p. m. the
first session of the awult course
on "Christian Path and Prac-
Le" will begin. Registration Is
open to all adults wno desire to
acquire new meanin aind un-
dexstandinR of the Chrisan
faiLb and who wish to consider
the relevance of Christianity to
every-day living.
The course will continue for
five weeks meeting each Mon-
day and Wdnesdy. The Pastor
wlil tch "Faith and Practice";
Mrs Cookson a course on "Con-
sider the Btble" And the third
course to be taught by the pas-
tor "Faith At Work," will com-
plete the curriculum.

Farm Price Loans


By US Banks
- The Agriculture DepArtment
said today that banks over-sub-
scried its ofer of 360 million
dollars in farm price support
louns by nearly $1.800,000,000.
It said 2,M23 banks applied for
$2,150,304,000 In the certificates
of interest in the price support
loan pool.
The d-partment offered the
certfciate s carrying I 2 1-2 per
cent interest rate to banks In an
effort to keep Its own withdraw-
als from the treasury down and
relieve prsmure on the national
dent caling.
Because of the over-subscrip-
tion the dPpartmnent said parti-
_',,: _1_6 __hed &.Um~n .

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i Panama Club Hopes For Amerkan All-Stars-

pig Canal Zone Turnout Lose o Tokyo
0 g Fifth-Place Team
Over 100 entries are already in for the "Cincuente- TOKYO, Oct. 24 (UP) There,
SIs a group of red-faced American
ngrio" tournament at the bnam6 Golf Club and the ball players in Japan today.
tomuney committee today was confidently looking forward
to one of the biggest links shows ever held in these parts. f Tokyo team that finlahed
Final entries must be in by 3 p.m. next Thursday, twice in the seventh to upoet
and by that time Committee Chairman Mike Moreno Emd Lopat's Ai-Stars, 5-4. An A-
believes he'll have practically every golfer on the Isth- Japanese team third baseman
mus ready to be paired and sent off for one of the grand CharlieoHootn- hitRo the winni
prizes secured specially for this affair. Sauer and Ed Robinson homer-
!(ike, speaking more like an, golf clubs take part in this tour-ed for Lopat's$50 camera for hitting
ambassador of goodwill thanInment."ceived a $350 camera for hitting
the tourney committee head, President of the Panama Club his homer.
had this to say today: Dick Dehlinger and members of Back in this country Roy
"This tournament has been: th board of directors of the club Campanella's All Stars wi
arrangedd to celebrate one of the also echoed the spirit. Ca mpanellas All Stars wil play
greatest days in the history ofI "The Panama Club," said Dick, all-stars tonight in Los Angele
my government and, coming as; "is hoping this tourney. an go Thursday night CampineUl's
it does, at a time when the down in local golfing history as club outalugged an all-star team
United States and Panama is one of the biggest and the best club ou the San Francisco area,
negotiating a treaty revision on ever. Through the Panama Gov- 5. Campanella's three run
terms of friendship, it is only ernment we have been able t 8-5.homer Campan the ninth won th
fitting and proper that golfers put up some really wonderful game.
on the Isthmus get together at prizes and the club would like game.
this time and celebrate the best!to see every golfer on both sides Milwaukee, President Lou
way they know how: by playing of Fourth of July Avenue take Perini says his Braves madentou
ol a crack at winning them morin thanks one-millon dollarsmade
f, "e The tourney is two days, Oct. mh eir first year in that city. Pe-
"We already have many en- 31-Nov. 1, 36-hole medal play their first year in that city. Pe-
.trIes from the Canal. Zone, and; in three flights Prizes in al rini says this wipes out what p
'tries from the Canal. Zone, a rere tiht. liz the the team lost the three previous
we are hoping for more, the flights are identical withth seasons in Boston. Milwaukee set i
more the merrier. We have in- winners receiving W ew, hand-seational League attendance set
Sited amateur golfers from other some Servel"Wonder Bars." a Nati reconal d o 1826397 this yearned t
Latin American countries, too, Prizes are presently on display .

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rat flight; Berbara, clark, winner of the first fl :race Dehlincer,1
u rohs. chtaiplonship runnerup; and med O Glickean *N
ophles they w following the presentation at Brauos Brook
SPresident J o A...tulat..

but we particularly want to seem n me ciuonouse a t he lloawena Perini, at a dinner last night, ---
all our friends from Canal Zone i layout. promised the, Braves would do
everything possible to improve
Football Is Tougher Now, So Blak --------------- s

Would Limit Subs For Half Only

NEW YORK, Oct. 24. (NEA) Using a predominantly junior ot (bs floor-
Even Army's tremenlousland al- varsity squad, Blaik guided the ad 4 ns O f .PaU
most totally unexpected -victory Cadets to a 14-9 victory in 1951, B: BEANS REARDON ) *. sm a.l 1 heof
over Duke hasn't stopped Col. after holding Columbia off for 24 Years in Nationa League i t w the
Earl H. Blaik from com Iaining the entire last quarter. The Written for NEA Service d i t 2 #ae
s ubstitution. pitch with Columbia on the goal Question: While team is at at t" jH.Wre
S'Red Blaik now offers a com- line as the gun sounded. bat. second baseman hurries in- 'lt ,gt
mse Last autum at .Columbik'ss to the clubhouse and has train- .
rIf they persist upon seeing Baker Field, the teams followed er tape his injured leg. When "t a
Slayerr" says the took to the air for a score in the their positions in the field .be* l A
i gllitary Acade- waning monterits to get a 14-14 that is, all but the second-base- 7%r g t i aS.
coach, "let theh house. The fact only eight playi, W &t- .
y young men go ers are on the field goes un- *
both wanys Sp7ot Brie ts noticed. Battei hits home run, bl 1
through t fh e WN then umpires realize the de- B
first half. They ftense has only eight players. .
can stand that, Does the run count? Max
b u t something PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 24 (UP) Kent.
sl~uld be done The "spat" over the "spats" a lql
S i to larevia he at the University of Pennsylva- Answer: The rule: severtpg
second half silt- ala has been settled. such a situation clearly states
o I can't Earlier this week the = that in no case shall more or less -
aoanyi thrill members of the Penn band de- than nine playVs be in actionWon
out of a freshclded they would impress the .Mfr either The club in the
R Blal Mn halfback run- crowd at today's game with field ad eight players.
Iln through an exhansted lot Nai by wean white spat Conseque.l, irme msth ol
University offi O sd"No" void the h d ake the
oar wnballsilhouettes, run spasut 65-to i voidg the. te n the
'Taubstiution business is the spat player who p t again.

wements. Restricted substi u- N I..' V4gre the p rs? Jim Daily.
ion is in complete variance with The ban members finallyI A. On May" 1920. the Braves' By Unita va
,oder. education policies When gave in. ']I parade today Joe Oelehgll battled the Dodg- Baton U5kLe h.12
ys have to play on Ba turda anklin F t with their color- era' Leon Ca re to a 26-inning n U. IS WLei 12
.til .hey are exhausted as our ul red And blue uniforms but -1 tie. Washbth n- 6C,-Othe .. S
-'la *ere at the finish against no spats ._ .u.. .. . Banavil'a 1 J N (in-
33uke, they are too tired to study I . ' .. W.at are the rules..nfrac- Dvans __ i 26 at. "" ,,
e, ther o o BAN D PEN E CO. ...CS IC l a formeB ti the umpire Isnot supposed PRID J3ones (left).wnner of the- ...
The weakness In Coach Blalk's Stanford "Alp Amldrlka fullback to call unims tht. are brought Predent's V V, rdoewe trophy from Jane Nul
thereri no rule compelling him to the defense'of college football., team? Don Foster. 1 Mh
to lelVI. boy in the. game until Norm Sta dTee li a monthly t on
* f. rs .tht aexu tezo i aad lne (The Stanford Re- n B .LeHvS.Sg thebasete enl

inMa exhaust. A Yw ae i 1n.or mkMrE
Soe0o "n o th view says hie can thank hls to adMbHb a llBy ba attingJirBe r
Fo.e eo21rte Junior College Bt sn
he."football a Ibs for gettinitclg a .Out - failure to touclwh hr bFOrt. Ln .a2:,Cher ftnt 3U
That doesn't get Blaik off his lege education. The husky for-1 a. 69ag w bl bepases. "ToT.i., ",eem
favorlto subject. m inner BSan PZdpcl o 49'er admits .. bc h0bl n .ooi d adha ,g "e
.A. Atbch having to be a side- the isme r I robaults but takes a em r m on .es t ham
Ithe bookkeeper is downright excptiont0 four criticisms. f Go m z T i nbrl cm'n "0-
Jvml h g Standlee denies that profes- Just like the man said, baing BU4 g had to offer.
a. Well, football was much a disagrees with those who IU a tie, either J. C. o Balboa Junior College wasn't able to
P.s.er In the old days of breath- say college players never crack 2 the standing after Fridays battle the first quarter, but In the see-
aand being rested for two a book. Standlee says the few NEW YORK Octob r oyal. But old man fate, alone o nd they carried to the Balboa
i weeks before a big game. In the who don't study arethe ex- NEA -Lefty Gome says he with wo evenly matched ot- 15 b nothing every game of It
days. players weren't asked ception rather than the rule. made a star out of Joe Di- ball teams decreed otherwise, with2incoplte passes, and
1,to play one major game after, Norm also denies that college Maggi. with the net result being a fumble that cost them 4 yard
amtler." football Is-Fier Six'N T brawl. "They never knew you could scoreless tie. Defensive play was even more
I' L Standlee says o"I've caught my go back for a ball until you iFootball fans still got their pwonowd aab viou in -
. From Duke, Army sail ed into shae of elbows, knees and played behind me," crac k ed money's worth, however, as the copd half, with neither tea
u bia. and few series havel efiatsr b ot there probabl y a aren't i the old Yankee southpaw. He entire m e as a battler e of" th ev rosenor to w
createdd more excitement down one-half dozen coaches in the added that the most overrated- lne. ithoUt d ut e w
thrOugh tev ears Since the'2 country who teachmdirtfodouy ft- the out l he adobt somehofl bc alldan aho
a of Bid Luckman and Monk1 ball. oflpace.lcdJ.C e r e e e r
onote thoaatlgridiri toOk place in $hip completel b6e=W e te35 de-
'Xver. the Lions and Cadlt havei As for the cry that college Iworked on it 20 years, got contest. Two boys who stood out jnm,.an, featured hard taw-
ngaged in some of footbalsfootbal is hazardous. Sdown pat and then htead for the work up front were Joe lng, and ged i
ost unforgettable games. Armysays the game isn't as dangerous' nothing to go with It."r a an o t
o Columbiaeentheestreoetn gOliverJ. urdn th
of three extra points in -37. forl WASHINGTON. The chief won six World Series games in played the entire game, without in the f at
ith Luckan passnex. fl. W rations T cief many starts a winning any relief at all, and they were wasn't able to get
Apll 2nt-18a ssin.Colua- of operations at Annapolis ptchKer? busting up the opposition Just doCollege 20, 'whilete a
"bla overcame a 14-0 deficit in Admiral Robert Carney ap-ip"Clean livin aut nm u pathe o pou of t mt s a lcoldee-, to I
the final period to prevail, 20-18. peared before the national press field," he sailnd. tey were Inotca the fito teghe D Buedvcil.ts
-oo- club Wednesday in Washington., tirt quarter. t d
No one, at least no Army man. Carney was asked wether hel BHB dominated offensive play In allfa
;Fll ever' forget having t'he 32- considered it "fair" for Navy to: through out the first half, but ,ian it sIo
1k me winning streak broken by run up such a "brutal" 65-to-7 couldn't puncture the stonewall- eVeryonreor,6
mbia in 1947 The famed score against Princeton last Sat- .ed J. C. defenses for a score. Jim. were
Combination. Gene Ros- urday.l May lived up to advance billing and away
s to Bill Swiaeki turned the "-No. I don't." said the Admiralu repeatedly carrying on to f9bl98K 4
21-20, in the final mo- with a smile, "but they just } yards, and returnig punts with t
A couldn't help themselves." a threat that kept the fanbgoxc toamf e
the feet everytlnie he got th

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ed Bowling Leage at Port Kob- Amador ondcap Bw
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WW I% new name, the league sec- Bvc. Pitoon 3 to 1.
tO ief retry needs more pencils, and The 6;nd MRU was
S. ND the league officers, believe the to second place by the
t .B league should be renamed af- At who beat them r i?
00" ter the merry chase for the count, while Hq. p. Tro
championship took on the ap- teaf deposited the Hq.
pearance of a leap-frog contest *TF "' team in te
this week. g them I to D.
After a weekend of make up M L game for the
e 'bowling, the lkidders moved was turned In by M/g
over to make room for the co- Duaant 61f HQ. Co.e
tenets at the top Of the stand- "A" tea when hero
ings. And the sucerstltious Ie t Dunav nt a N
.~ dders have decided it might ed series honors
help to change their name to C1 followed by
something llke "Pacers" or George Zeletes, of the 62nd
"Yknks" in order to insure their wlih a 530.
grip on the top rung.
Wli The Eagles, after dropping 3 'On Monday, the u1-1ad-1-
ptn. points to the 01 dBoys, who l' In "A" team of Co.
tely have acted like youngsters, TUlope tac les the rI
leap-frogged Into a first place nii 516th T. Car Co., the
tie by flogging the Okles 4-0. UP 8c.. Platoon wil
The Okles tumbled from second over the .500 mark when.I
to fourth and were last heard meet the 7400th AU
umbl ng something tht isH.aIghts, and the 62nd
Onthese sounded like "Take me back -toattempt to regain their hold
In Tuls a." But the biet jump first lace when they bowl
was made by thp H. .ing cePar-dwelling "B" team of a
(who are satisfied with their C. Op. Troops.
monicker) whm they by-passed
t yFr ut ms to gain fft place as The league standings: -
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AL they applied to the Alley Kats. eso
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0h n they took 3 points.o B a e e.
S aghg gme W l by M. wound up the season wt
oulleoy noamw. l. . ..1 13, w record of 4 win and 14
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Benson Won't

Get Fired

Chairman George D. Aiken of "Let the peo
the Senate Agriculture Commit-
tee today stoutly defended A-
griculture Secretary Ezra T. TWENTY-NINTH TEAR
chance" he will be fired.
The Vermont Republican was
S'th first key GOP Congressional
leader to take up Benson's cause
since the surprise Republican ** o *
defeat in Wisconsin set off a
,clmor for Benson's resignation.
The demand for Benson'sTo U S
*calp has come from a number
of Democrats and a few Repub-
cUans, including Sen. Milton R. U s E
| young of North Dakota. Young,
cond ranking GOP member of LONDON. Oct. 24 (UP) Brit
S eAgriculture Committee is a ish soldiers drove police escort
Strong supporter of high and ed fuel trucks in London toda3
Zid price supports which Ben- as thousands of gasoline truci
Son has criticized. drivers in a Communist-led wild
SAlke said Benson is "mak- cat strike ignored appeals o
A ikensaodBseot n -government and union leaders t.
Ig a good secretary" and de- return to work.
Ol ared that "time Is running
out" for his critics. He said However, the delivery of thi
S enson will come forward with "hot oil" threatened to brin
Sew farm program recommen- about a surface transportation
rts" which will strike in the British capital. Thi
roe o stroer strike threatened London with
ake for a stronger a flood and fuel shortage be.
ure.cause it stopped deliveries in the
I "The opposition which leans sprawling metropolitan area.
-so heavily on government con- Drivers of double-decker
trols is n the position of having London buses at several ker
try discredit and get rid of agesLondon brefuses ato semanvehral esar-
Benson before the country finds ages refusated on the gasoline de-
out that agriculture can be pros- slivered by the troops. Drivers
porous and free at the same in other garages were to hold
elme Aiken said in an inter- in other garages were to hold
e," Aiken said In an inter- union meetings later to talk
"In' satisfied that the admin- pver the situation.
1tration will come up with a A force of 2,700 soldiers, sailors
m program that s a distinct d airmen moved to the gaso-
provement over what we line distributing points and
The key and most controver- manned 700 gasoline and fuel oil
&al feature of the present farm delivery trucks after the govern-
Slw requires price supports of 90 ment took over the distribution
eor cent of parity on the six yesterday,
so-calledhbasic cotmmod utsi Columns of rifle-toting service
and tobacco. men wpre rushed into London
hirce and tobaccoIn last night by train and marched
h provision express n De- through London to barracks
:ember, 1954, and the present The strikers are demanding a
farm squabble hinges largely pay hike of $1.40 weekly and the
n the future program for hiring of all non-union workers,
t e e .crope.
\ nn t co-uthor of thepo-Union and government leaders
Young, a co-author of the pro- appealed to them to return tc
Vision, seeks an extension of the work last night. Labor Minister
roam and said he would a- Sir Walter Monkton said the
e for demanding Ben o strike was being kept alive by a
wi ut any i's, and's or but'sl hard core of Communist agita-
a campaign pledge of Mr. Eisen- tr.
hower which he interpreted as
an endorsement of the 90 per
: oap. A. L. Miller (R-Neb.) Al k Cann n's
eoitned Young in demanding that
Benson quit n "the best interest
of the coun. Karl dt (R.S.D.) Maneuverabilil
has said that unless Benson Is in
.&M ign farm pledges he iloWI r m y
S ren.dow In
MAINZ, Germany. Oct. 24
S P) The U.S.A ny put its
1 N Volunt r new atomic cannon through its
speedy cross-country paces for
Ac tAion ToAda Allied newsmen and military ob-
S4 IVII IVlT j servers yesterday, but did not
fire the giant 11-inch gun.
w Chest' Drivfe The.85-ton monster, cradled
between. two 375 horsepower
More than 2,500 volunteer tractor trucks, sped down high-
uorkers were in action today 0o- ways and across open ground at
n funds for the 1983-54 a 35-mile-an-hour clip. Its crew
Zone Community Chest unlimbered the weapon and
moved it into firing position In
With a goal of $45,030. highest 15 minutes.
Tir sought, these workers will
e- active throughout the Pana- Sgt. Aithur L Jacks. Runtland,
Canal companies, Armed Tenn said the atomic gun Is
"*'W ees installations and local the "best artillery I ever worke-
groups on the Isthmus. on."
Leonard M. Brockman. Chair-
tmtn of the Board of Directors, "I have been a crew member
". W year will again direct sol.- on the gun for at least 50 fir-
- J1- 'tor Ings." he said. "I know what It
ati- D onas from Pan Canal em- can do and I think we know
SlA nt mayn be paid in four what to do. if we get A-shells."
Sothly installments. The same
.]ilmtollment method will be used Six oP the giant guns, which
wtRh Pan Canal local rate miem- will hurl either an atomic or a
lers. conventional shell "about 20
SIn order to reach the $45,000 miles," were shipped here early
a large scale publicity cam- this month and are being assem-
has been initiated across bled at the heavv ordnance base.
Isthmus. Posters, streamers Their ultimate destination has
d other forms of printed mat- not been announced.
'r have been distributed to all
atheripg points making Army officers at yesterday's
ent the need for being a demonstration gave some infor-
gSoodl and generous neighbor." mation about the guns. but left
All eleven Red Feather agen- many questions unanswered.
d directly benefiting through Although it was assumed the
Community Chest continual- newly-assembled guns will be
tres character building and test-fired with regular high-ex-
*piriual guidance of young- plosive shells, the officers would
Siesa. The Red Feather agencies not say when or whether sclh
e organized youth groups firings will take place.
a1. l fed by competent volunteer
r, -uuelors well versed in chr- The quickness with which the
udidnce programs. gun's crew put it in and out of
E *3l...e eduet onal, relilgous. traveling nosltlon and its high
v, bsza l social and recreational road speed appeared to answer
M tliss are the moral key- in part the criticism that It
>. In every democratic socie- would be a "sitting duck" in the
ii the Canal Zone, at- event of an enemy "blitzkrieg'
n is centered on a broad- attack.
iug of interest, teaching of
kw ills and erafta and, offer- The demonstration, however.
of services to the communi- did not thoroughly disnose of
all facets of which are un- the charge that few bridges are

I an by the Red Pasther a- strong enough to bear the
S. weight of the 84-foot gun-and-
t with an altruistic pledge truck unit.
S Canal zone sgoie 6 wn-!
_4m aton these an t t9% at An ordnance officer said the
eComnftty Chmt w sM atomic cannon "will go any place
aOe or lboa Stadum lt a heavy tank can go.' but he re-
Iht Ina cemony inl Wti W fused to say whether any of the
:J of the. existing Rhine River bridge
t ,5 paradeDa mwo"ld hold it. AH of the
B" ,- oy 6ro ekmn oroght here in sections by r
? u e a th im now on the Rhine's
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i Bus Drivers Refuse

Army-Delivered Gas







The Army operated trucks and roads In the suburbs when
began to move out of Wool- they ran out of fuel.
which barracks this moren Strike leader Frank White sal
Each truck was esearted by his men would meet "as far a
motorcycle policemen because possible" the requlements c
of attempts yesterday to run "hospitals, ambulances, posts
five non-striking drivers off services and sewerage disposa
the road. The strikers also promise
Busmen at the Dalton, Leyton, supplies to undertakers.
Old Ford and Bow garages in The 3,000 strikers and thel
London said they would not leaders rejected the back-to
work if "hot" gasoline was used work demand of -their owr
in their vehicles. Transport and General Worker
"In the event of black petrol Union at a mass meeting las
(hot gasoline i coming into the night.
garage, we shall withdraw labor Angry unioq leaders left th
Immediately," the busmen an- meeting with the word that th
nounced. situation was unchanged, no a
The strike already has hit agreement had been reached, ani
Londnn hard. About one half of the strike went on.
the city's taxis are off the The Conservative government
streets, food deliveries have been moved the service men in front
cut in half and parcel deliveries all part of the country to try
halted. to keep London's essential serve
Private cars have been a- ices going.
abandoned along the streets Strike leaders said al ga e-
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Mo., looks at the only remaining water .
ey Lake. The lake. which covered 5W0 acreaBe W
feet deep. dried up during the drought hl.lt He te
Around Overbeck lie the bodies of dead 'and be ore hi,'
in the shallow mud, the few living f gasp tr water.
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Rains Come To Texas,

Midwest Still Scorches
a -
DALLAS, Tex. Oct. 24 (UP) ing water was threatened by a
Heavy rains soaked the dry soil "wedge" of salt water backing
of Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexi- up the Mlu-lppt River from
co and Colorado today but farm- the Gulf of Mexico due to low
ers elsewhere looked hopelessly water along the big river. Loul-
to cloudless skies for relief from siana has gone 46 days without a
the worst drought in almost 20 major rainfall.
years. The heavy rains In Tekal
Some parts of Texas had nine brought the first major break n
inches of rain in the last two a .4roght that has virevad tot4
days and all major recording three years. Agriculture
stations reported at last one said Elm downpours #ad even re-
inch. Oklahoma also reported pl niOhed sub-soll snstume
two days of deluge. .o_ r -
Rain also blessed portions of
New Mexico and Colorado. Heavy
snowfalls also hit n the .moun- Q
tainous lreas of Colorado and
There was little or no relief in
sight, however, for drought- hrw
stricken Missouri, Kansas. Ar-
kansas, Louisiana or the parch-
ed Midwest.
At pennlngton Gap. Va.. hun-
dreds of volunteers tried to hait
fires set by arsonists who threw
phosDhorus bombs in the tinder- VAnya mMEIIgi..
dry forests. "te hs rfdiewfln0
Farm officials from 16 states looking d good 20 dw
hit by the dry spell estimated -
that 1,00.000 tons of emergency
hay supplies would be needed '
from other sections of the coun-
ty to feed cattle threatened by
famine. O s o d
New Orleans' supply of drink-

Polio Gets Its
Oldest Victim
MEMPHIm, 'tnn.. Oct 24 (UP)
-Mrs. Busle L. Hill, who will be
81 on 21, 1954, was hosni-
talieWd today with polio,
and doctors a=d she was the
oldest person here ever to be
stricken with the disease.
Mrs. NWl. a widow and the
aunt of Ju w0ii Court Judge
Xl beth M t, became ill re-
emtly Iatests Indicated
ahe midht hve polio. Bie was
taken o Imlas Hospital for
Mrt ft= Bal doctor aid
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i1'Urs. Hill i spar-
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dostra tO
the I

line moved by t would be
declared "MakL." They de-
manded thatotfter workers re-
fuse to handle wehiels fueled "
with It.
With automobiles, taxis and
trucks already stalUing through-
out the metropolitan area, the
strikers modified sme of their
original demq"ds, mainly for
salary Increases.
The prestige of both the of-
ficlals of e Transport and
General Workers tlon' and the
wildcat tts was at stake
over the wakut.
The overload subways were
Jammed a Lt. aflers hurried
home through we fog and dark-
ness of earl evMIng.
The aeve of the big red
double-decket bui was cut by
one-fourth. Half the city's mixed
fleet of 6,600 e ro and ancient'
taxis were stalled
The automobile association
knew of no gasoline for sale In ITALYn'
central London W 30 miles and
more around pu~ipg were dry or
gasoline was being rationed.
Some rofte were ort-
sky-hig prim for a few pints
of fuel. [ os
Food deliveries were halved.
Most parcel deliveries were atop-
ped. ____

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eatlen.i pI.tQ 'r O (AV
Alexander fylovich. 3, an eo Ita .
atl-Commn lodist Y* "'v- ,
wilting dprtaOISM from the
United States, attached Themp- -1"
eon with a piee of lead pgp, l
yesterday al theq stood In chow -
line at the Federal Ho of ba
Detention. ar led
Authorities said the inaldeat plan 1 "
would delay Thompson's tl ..
contempt charges for

after hiding out for two years Mie.n
rather than go to prison o h -
oommunist conspiracy coaw1t h.-
Pavlovich had been scheduled a ad .
to We deorted last night but con t as
Iniigram on, authorities order t Ita
ed his deportation delayed.. .
Tie main, known to
Wa being r uestoned by Feder- her
al agent today. He was arest- li
for entry 1in Chlo:f-

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ved he mighthave attaiknd
delay Iu

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