The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01761

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n American pi- mented charges that the Communits in Korea
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sg K. atod rivaling the savagery of Dachau and Buchenwald.
forth Korean nc- lan 87-poge White Poper made public last vi
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a brutw and set afire, how they were stabbed to deti_ wit-
u bave signed boo spewas. how they were dismembered, em
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u 550 AIlled troops, 17,354 Koren cfivillffhu t:
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Red brutality are investigated.
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CFotN OfrP PeI Ics I 7 CENTRAL AVENUE *rWiN 12T. AND IHN mY I
Ftengl N REPrEsNTTrivir. IOSHIA POWERS. INC
$- 4 MADIOON Avg. NEW YORK. (171 N V, "Y'*'
LISAL Ot CLAn 'a
4W MONTM. IN ADYpAN 1.7o o. 6.-,
041N six MONTHs. IN ADVANCE .a o 1 00
i ON- VAf '- AVANC- ,.* ot o4 nr By Victor RI.epeL
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN TORONTO, Canada I pek.
ed my bags with the most iub-
veralve, revolutionary .an., I .
A E V flammatory literature I eld
r find. I made notes o0th. tt
S-ltal secrets of the U. .-Ca a-
The Mail Box is an open forum o readers of The Peanma Amer. dian uranium, atomic and hev y
ken. Letter; are received gratefully and are bandied in a wholly Senl.- water tfor H-bomb) projecLsa.I
dential meaner., even marked these notes for
i yu tribute a leett don't be lmptnt it it de8s8t appear the transmission to spies long ago
ext day. Leoes are published in the order received. exposed by Elliabetl i esley *
Pleas try to keep the letee limited to ene pa-e Igthk, and Whittaker- Chabers but
identity of Itte, writer is held in stritest cefidese. still freely roaming the past.
This newspaper assumes as respeoibillty t slaltemMahl me pinions Then I cessed, NWaN.
sed la letters e ooees.e the Cadr with
o the highly : gl.
en me here. No S. stepped
THIS IS ALL WRONG me. No border goardt ven
checked my ear Uie IUne num-
Sir: bee or name. i t where
writing in the co I wai t r I tl T I UK 2W7
Richard Stv8us writing in the conservative Christian Science MaNM go aheA.
Monitor, reports: I worked Out this project for
"When Adlal Stevenson was asked what he had for break- myself when I distoveed ta -t
fast at one session of the Democratic rally in Chicago.he. re- the official publication of the
marked 'boiled agenda.' Canadian mining industry, '"The .
'Mr. Stevenson often makes himself the butt of his wit,"' Northern Miner," published
| trout continues. "He called his five-month global trip tbrougn here, was coddlil eand public.
26 different countries a 'fascinating, fatiguing and fattening ly praising a Communist.union
tourney.' some of whose leaders and ad.-
"The hazards of a politician in this line were whimsically put visers have refused to deny an
by Mr. Stevenson later when he w s asked what his program der oath before U. 8. Congres-
was for a day at the rally. He reported that he was to eat three slonal Committees. that they "
breakfasts, two luncheons, three teas and a $100-a-plate dinner. participated In esplonage a. .
"Mr. Stevenson, noted for his felicitous Improvisations, refer- against the U. 8.
red to his election defeat in 1952 with 'My cup of defeat has been I refer to the Mine.Milll and
sweet indeed. After all, General Eisenhower has been to Colorado Smelter Workers Union. Its of.
-but look where I've been.'" ficlals now have free run of
This attitude Is all wrong. Instead of quips and whimsies and the most vital uranium-and su-
cracking chestnuts Mr. Stevenson would be more patriotic if he per-secret heavy water plants
v were using his time to help convince the American people that in Canada.
v'hat is good for General Motors is good for the Republican Party If I. In a few hours., eould
(Excuse it please, I mean the United States., learn here just how the urban.
Slum is smelted in the newest
S-Patriot. of plants, how much goes to us '
and just what the ultra-secree
heavy water plant at Trail,. 3
ON MINORITY PETE B. does so -can the leaders
of this Sovleteering union.
airs: Yet the official publication of
the Canadian minln Indu I
In many ways the people of the C.Z. are a fine tunch, as praise this unlo n becwWea t I
fine a bunch as you'll find anywhere in the U.S. It's too bad that undersells father ialoni by n..
asking a decent living without cutthroat competition seem to signing lower wage fntruet.
Dave gone,to their heads. In other words, fer a "Mw '?I',
As for those myopic bellwethers, like "Keep It Clean Jane,' dirty peanien per hobr -o
~ Who've obviously been around here too long they should relt- man, the Canadians- "
quish the flock-leading to fresh, unjaundlced sheep. It'd be bet- ing to do business with a WAaHINGOTON,-(NXA)-B-ehind all t lu'w* Of a. tomic threat rgue the onli way
ter for their government and worse for their government's one- union wtese o4fletalq have sent argument other the sile of future U.d1- a edon ly can be effeteod to put orI rell
. mies., been linked by Congreigdeal fease budget there is an a yet unuM re R th omb ad a na
If Ernle Pyle's "sheep" were back in the U.S.A. the compe- Committees many timel ever questlan of foreign policy. "o .Heom. an 'nw weapon st.l.u.de.
tuition they'd find would be enough to make them realize that with the Communist iaernas' HNow does the prted Uetatos t roDentO. ohek fi the' l ato feth
they'd better just concentrate on doing their Job the best way tonal. aggression in Iany prt of th worlds it ta U. arSmo.es are w-too
S .they can, if they expect to pay their bills. Never mind kicking This Northern Miner actually have to be done the now -fahod I diviloio Le in P
Sthe boss in the face. said editorially in Its Oct. 1 g*. ventlonal weaspol of World War In, ir4n I96h bo1s spantdother 110
I've worked for the government off and on for years. in the tion that the notoriog- Mie., rea? Or can It be done cheaper by atomic and Navl forces are Inthe Taiat. '
Cangl Zone and out of it. Whenever I get back Into the govern- Mill and Smelter Workers Union hydrogen bombs? w etwatw- MI Medi.terrain ^ .=e
ment service I notice that all the frustrations of those poor souls (soon to be expoed completely At t' lanee it might seem that tlh s w La a .for Aeaoetlmer oerption
wpho generally are busy cuttirw the throats of their office corn- by a U. 8. Senate Committee) purely mnta question tbe decided by ti De- are scattered in Grenlan .Zurope,
slu-ions or neighbors or people of another race, are suddenly was better than David McDon. parent of efense. u It oes much bher. a. and on the edges of
thanneled against the government Under the cloak of right- Ald's clean and anti-Commutlat Th deelson to m or not to ae the atomic :m.nl b '
tousness. called "the pursuit of happiness" even tboge whose feel- CIO United ateelworke&. of s r e d b law to the Preidef.t of the Uhll- T only pl'_swa for de blng o, re
jUgs of discontent would normally be held in check by the cosn- Ainerica became the pro-:bom. d ttes. p e policy ha beob s0t to use' the g thf oe n t m hm cof t~~
ltitive r of othefa. seem to pull out the stopper and let-the munist outfit "resIe iedt* ii. bomb f. r.. Pe. GM me t iufld
Ztad or of their ett. iwl forth against their govern- track's at p los a Thisja po m. It apples the&- gj 't0to
This l aii i would Dm C N id
iYou ii, they're not inteAtd IM i1 #.*i) W ta faus, wor to hrMs *st i other bim. uramaent 3S
':se who wants .to.da. that ist tape the economic werl the no L in some rtr tt if thM 'M etve stiw. Im n
of I. bo.s is too busy to helo. fnteelworica -(la) p ia u now targe d la some nearoi that e If th& An a ie I
He thinks a bit about what 'the trouble is and then, wheon does not." t clr that' w.uAd:s ena siSgaIlt
he's made up his mind which ls the root and which s the branch This means to me that the a t t d ".down act s ofIi'PiO-of ift e 1 t i s Cl
he gets to work and digs out the root. It may be that voting Canadians prefer to do buatgnea do.acs td SSL wp pn. ant ithe.id wl d Tb kept iaqI
privileges are -what we need. It may be almply a raise in the fares with an anU-Amerlean uni o h0 licy B y a. IIf iI'pii11IB to h*t, i
of the ships going through the' Canal. Frankly. I'm too content because the left wing outfit,f wori if. In itoe
with .the status quo to figure it out. But it's no use frittering of course., will accept lower wae lrn to sd-owthe war Indor .. I I'inhal *lac pptof a
'away your energies or airing your evil spirits in such an un- rate to stay inside such pa e b o a te Ofa
worthy, and undignified fashion. It's like stripping the leave the pivotal heavy water oasen u d b
from a tree. stallatlon ait Troill, on which Manchuria and even in Ram- s i"e1
And it doesn't leave a pretty Light. either. much. of our omtnental defes. r d even
S--Stat(. QBe. es rest. What such action woult ld tead to r matter. atUor, a
airs: hungry Canadian officials mean m tarily, It would pbIiel" greatly enlarge .
This guy Minority Pete4 ure stuck his neck out. "Keep It by sasig cIagly -for all Its ay war. No world Isdr would went to take on To thE beleveri e effectien '
TClean" says he must have just arrived and "Majority Ma" says faults" when t3ey refer to this the rs po l few this action lightly. fog Se world wtatm c w ea o
he must have been here so long he's lost hsla ego. KC implies union led by the most rdment Two Ie hppnd, hower, to bring or
he's got an overweanirl sense of ego that leads him to pull pro-Communist? propagandists? this 11 e1to a head. ONe Is the tremendous ad- In eyin.wtthawas
irea to get a promotion and Majority Max says he's given up Let me tell you about the Vance that has been. made in atomic weapon days ad at perhaps one on
personal ambition. "faults" of thisS5ngorous2uniop .- d n t and is the stciung Over the cost of warsfought in onthe 9I
Thq nd or guy probably just suffers from a sense of honor TOeSe is an b I. The' other Is t e t c c t to tt e
and Pride in his country. his government and his job. inside it. The anti-Conmmms th Uite states i trng to maintain armed ft Sen SI a
Or maybe he has a happy home life. are miners from Butte, M n. fares pMware to tight bth conventional and sent some the t hiad.
tapa. Thi-is N what they tel lStoc wVs. in rton u to the *h be
-A Panamanian. me haA been h opening ndde In the now frantle efforts to reduce the cost & r"" nw9'lg v s'tea a
the lon which knows many of national defense and;ut .A ie. methime Is uie bu Da yut
of our atomic secrets. ging to have torive. va t s of greater use war,,.
The- MieMmill Union's official
publieatIon has virtually never
reflected the social, economic i
and olitical sentiments of the
membesdip, but ha constantly

SCENTRIAL T *h te S et OeerlTg mtie loal n- de. One ofthe ., l-
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wl| iti. w aE. Eleno rza- Massmo GirafiJ being hired. In the U'.S od anytDJIg CU

mailing list of other sister locals "ais* 5eM reward: M. A. .I. was .t-ua to h ,l


ant ee thee malung list for-f6 ox ath Poan I have
and uncensored communicatm-"_Ol. &
of ideas between local unionh.N t.
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one part of the country nRw am N.ow
no longer know exactly who be. o.,..
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For Price Supports JAcoYw on sWm
WAjSINGTON, Oct. 29 (UP) By OSWALD JACOBY
A c ravan of 350 cattlemen Written for NEA Service
rolled westward toward the
Plain states today, determined
to build up enough political -
pressure to force the adminis-
tration to order price supports NORTH 1
for beef on the hoof. 52
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Union, tried for two days to 4 Q1
sell the idea to agriculture sec- WST 5 ST
retary Ezra T. Benson but got I6 KQJ103 6 A 7
nowhere. o 1086 4
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that he doesn't see "any prac- 7 8 5 4 3 2 i
tical way to support live cattle." SOUTS (D)
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much" that the caravan was a VAQ *3
"fair sample" of the thinking 652
of stockmen. He pointed out AKJ
that 18 out of 23 groups polled East-West ul.
on price supports were opposed 8*mtt West Nrth Eat
to them. I 1 4 3 Pass
Farmers Union president James 2 V Pawe 3 Pass
Patton announced that the fight 4 V Pass Pass Pass
-for supports Is "just beginning" Opening lead-& K
and called on the cattlemen
to demand that their congress-
men take steps to get them.
Dennis Driscoll of Colorado
Springs, Colo., spokesman for It isn't always necessary to
the caravan, called for a "grass know the exact reason for every
roots" campaign for supports defensive play that you make.
and said it also night be a You make some plays 'because
good idea to demand a special they may gain and cannot lose,
session of congress, or because they tend in the right
general direction. The play of
I A hur Drey g the spade suit In today's hand
M .) ArUur Dreyer Illustrates the point.
j West opened the king of
Spades, and East carefully over-
ew rPIU Arrives took with the ace of spades. He
had no particular reason for do-
for ri Command iKg s. He was sure, however,
or Caribe ommand that his partner had a very
SMaj. Arthur Dreyer, USAF, has strong suit and that it couldn't
reported for duty witbl the Carib- do any harm to unblock It by
peai command headquarters as playing the ace at th beginning.
P-ublic Information Officer. He In accordance with the plan
arrived by VIATS at Albrook yes- (or, perhaps, with the lack of
aerday accompanied by his wife, plan) East returned his seven of
arjorday and two sons Dougla wfe spades, and West won the see-
arj Stephend two sons, D ond trick with the nine of
Dreyer has been in the Army spades. This gave West a choice
-Alr Force and Air Force since to make a play which his part-
*raduatlng'from the University ner could not really 'have tore-
seen. West led the lowy three of
,f Missouri in 1941. A rated bom- spad.esat ethe ird trickl
*bardier he saw action in the 15th spDe natural tpiyed the
Air Force, ETO,. during Worldight p Dummy nature playedthe
,War II and was taken prisoner eight of spade, d at realized
1y the enemy in December 1943. that he was expected to ruff, Ob-
Me remained in German prison viously, West had the queen of
Sremained il lib erma n pril spades and could have led a high
q945. He has been awarded-the spade at this trick instead of
9istinguislied Flying Cross, Air leading the three.
edal with seven oak leaf clvs- It was therefore clear to East
ter,-, Mad the Purple Heart as. that South also was going to ruff
Scampaignribbons this third round 9t spadea and
ell as campaign ribbons f that therefore a high ruff was
Dreyer was'assigned as Chief called for in. order to force out a'
Information Divi ign. PIO, Air
Resea0h and Development Coin- high trump from the South
rrnnd headquarters, Baltimore. hand. I I
pr-or to his arrival here. The situation was so clear that
-'-terezted in ,nl lrortt' lb' E9t -ctually ruffed with the
o- ,ler o tle Air Force Le-rh inek of hearts without ,an a-
p tennis team which won thle parent hesitation or
onhy ih 1949 and was captain South"ad o the
'Unlversity of Missouri qien of erd.f
or thre0 years4
,AlbrtA fL... Force Base.' .venttialy gotthe, r
with the king of diamond
i oA k The point I am trying to make
10 .I-S TO1 ..'... is that bridge is a fairly le
g i ame. You can pave the y for
C.Z. FIREMEN'S very "neat defenses if I
Skeeo aiming in- the rght rec-
BALL.tfo.. .
Bum Steer
Nov. 7th OSTON. (Up) Motorst3t
.. complained that Summer Tnn-
nl, under Boston harbor. w# a
filled with carbon monoxide
fume. However tests revealed
That the carbon monoxide level
in the tube is only .010 per cent
S-less tnan on any busy d6wn-
... 'town street.


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I IntheUnion


ACROSS DOWN
I Western state 1Plan
of the Union 2 Uctsh cap,
5 State in the 3 Prepqeiton
middlewest 4 Egret
* 9 Prattle 5 Its chief city
.10 South is Chicago
American 6 Butter
plain substitute
12 Hullabaloo o bowMy,
13 Feminine 8 Po .
appellation oatte
15 Operated ter riS]
16 Dread disease 9 Alr
18 Indian timber 11 Papal cape
tree 12 Crustacean
19 Babylonian 14 Goddessof
god of the sky discord
20 Feminine 17 Varnish
nickname Ingredient
21 Biblical high
priest
22 Defeats
25 Routes
28 Exclamation
of laughter
30 Greenland
'Eskimo
31 Through- -
32 Harden
33 Abandon
37 Closed car
41 Egg (var.)
42 Circle part
44 Silkworm
45 Corded fabric
46 Move
furtively
48 Negative
prefix ve
49 Barters '
51 Bristly "
53 Diadem r
54 Select part
55 Colors
59 Nazi boat,
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24 African tree
26 Indians
27 Proportion
29 Little Rock
this state's
capital
33 Stronghold
34 Manifest
35 Made return
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QUITO, One Way ..... .. 86.00 Round trip 154.80
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon


LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tivoll &Av.-Phone 1-3201. and


"NOVEDADES THIS"
Via Eapafia No. 34 Pana. IP.
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MORRISON'S
Fourth of July Ave.- -Phone 2-0441


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No. 8 Lottery Plaza -


CARLTONO DRUG STORE
10,059 Mldl Ave.PhOas SM.-

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FOR SALE
,,. Household
FOR SALE:-Two brand new 6 cu.
'ft. electric Servel refrigerators,
$225.00 each. Works either on 25
or 60 cycles. Refer to Diablo furni-
ture store. Central Avenue No. 86.
S, Phone 2-2404.
:: fR SALE: DOuble bed metal
,complete child's closet (with el-
au ement), steel buffet, 4 diningroom
I't chair, metal choirs, (folding)
I,, tale, hiding screen, mirror, end
t abes.41say pen. Call anytime 2-
i: 2746. ______
SALE:-Sponish style dining-
',''roorm. livingroom, refrigerator and
i", stove. From 4 to 6. Phone 3-1617,
'14 49th Street, apartments Grecia.
;pR SALE:- cu. ft. Refrigerator G.
E. 25 cycle $50.00. Aluminum
bl, .Minds like new for 4 family in
corral area. kitchen louvers. Phone
S*_* _loo 3646._
"" Iust sell beautiful livingroom. dining-
; room set, Swedish China glassware,
complete guest room, individual
easy chair, rug. Almost new. very
Olt low prices. Phone 2-2798. Office
i hours.
to POR SALE:-Urgent. owner leaving.
1, AU the furniture of 4 bedroom
41* A apartment: livingroom. diningroom,
11: colonial style, made by Cowes.
se g, Refrigerator, washing machine,
si* sewing machine. curtains. Tel.
it' 3-4307. No. 40, 50th street.
O;t R SALE:-We have now; Brand
me new dining table and 4 chairs.
i $99.00, complete livingroom sets
$159.00, double beds $48.00,
,-t folding beds (new) $27.00, mod-
en vanities with stool $35.00.
0. WardrObes $48.00, guaranteed 4
** 4 burner gas stoves $69.00, new
;'rAattresses $16.50. night tables,
gi $9.50, rockers $5.50, cribs (com-
l te> $39 CO. sofas $59.00. arm
: Choairs $28.00. end tobies $3.50..
*,4 coffee tables $6.50 AND MANY
S OTrHER BARGAINS which can be
t, YOURS for only a SMALL DOWN
4 P~AYMENT.
* HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
Automobile Row No. 41
Tel. 3-4911
*or Sunday November Ist.

Atmosphere
11 M()"iNllW4 fr* Page 1),
J2po P of working close-
b. tfcth Lm1* Amerlca.
CApehart stated that his group
1ould ke -to see an atmosphere
ChJch would encourage the In-
estment of more private Capi-
. IS in these countries.
The expropriation however, of
SBoliia tin mines, he point
twe an example of a poor


.el.ictered, CaMe&art UIte6 ex-
pert taxes and tariffs, laws
wblslh reelre the employment
of a rtals.perceetage of na
ttve help. laws whith prohibit
xore tln' 49 per cent of for-
eikn ear'tal In a bisineus, and
Improper protection of proper-
4! right-,
When asked to comment on tmej
.'fanama-UA.. treaty negotia-;
,.ptu, Capehart said this matter
, a entirely in the'hands of the
SPoreign Relations Committee
6ver which he had no juriadic-


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CIV A,


AUTOAdOBIlE .OW PANAMA


FOR SALE
Automobiles
I will trade 1949 luick Sedonette
Dyn. A-1 condition for late model
Chevrolet in A-i condition. Phone
Cristbbol 3-2927.
FOR SALE:-New rebuilt Ford V-8
engine complete with Transmission
$200.00. Never used. Phone Bal-
boa, 3401 after 4 p. m.
FOR SALE-1953 Pontiac convertible
8 Cyl. 6,000 miles $2.500.00.
Phone Balboa 3401, after 41;. m.
FOR SALE: -,- Studeboker 4 door
Sedan, 1950. Perfect condition.
Please call Balboa 2-1588.


WALK five blocks, save oan hundred
dollars. Used Cars at Ho no, S. A.
FOR SALE:-Military Jeep 4 wheel
Drive A-1 condition. Excellent for
interior. Call Clayton 4268.
FOR SALE:--1950 Chrysler Windsor
4 door sedan, Gray, new tires,
radio, fluid drive, seat covers. Per-
fect condition inside on dout. Ex-
ceptional. value. $1.500 cash.
Owner leaving for foreign duty. See
at 878 Morgan Ave., Balboa, L.
M. Warren. Saturday and Sunday
only.
WANTED TO BUY
WE BUY your used refrigerator and
give you a CROSLEY. Coil us at
CIA. CYRNOS. Telephone 2-1793
"Avenido Nacional," near Tivoli
Crossing.
FOR SALE
Boats & Me1tor


FOR SALE:-16' boot With Johnson
5-HP Outboard motor. Complete
$125.00. Coll Cristobol, 3-2389
after 4 p. m.

S -FOR SALE
Motorcycle
FOR SALE:-B. S. A. 1952 Star Twin
Motorcycle.. Perfect running condi-
tion, $475.00. 649 Coscodos Rd.
2-4408.
FOR SALE:-Indian Arrow, $75.00.
J. Siegel. No. 100 Estualonte St.,
Panama.


FOR SALE:--Cushman Scooter $100.
00, telephone 2.10j5, Qp*rters
2606-A, Coobli, L. B. Ashla .

Does Give A#Iooa
SOMERVILLE, Mass., Oci 39
(UP) Polce did a double tke
yesterday when they h e a nd a
locomotive whistle.
Trains just don't travel
through busy Union Square.
Investigation disclosed the
foelx came from a railroad fan
who had rigged up a whistle be-
cause he felt nostalgic about the
replacement of steam 16como-
tiv by Diesels.

to Latins investing in our
country'"
"We will encourage anyone
who will help create jobs," he
stated;
His committee has jurisdiction
over the Export-Import -Bank
and the International Bank for
Reconstruction and Develop-
ment.


MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS

S0 Z1. 1anao Pho.ne l --o t
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DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinkic.
Central Avenue "K" street..
Corner telephone 2-3479. Panama.
AQUARISTS: Largest variety of
Tropical fishes at new 'low prices.
Acuorio Tropical Pet Shop, 53 Via
Espaoia.


Professionals! Agencies!
Now Renting Office Space
In Excellent Location
- Newly Pointed Offices
Call Panama 2-2490
155 Central Avenue


FOR SALE
Miseelneous
FOR SALE:-Used machinery: auto-
matic washers, extractors, com-
mercial gas dryer, 110-220 volts,
gas water heater capacity 650 gals.
per hour, commercial ironing
boards, 1950 Chevrolet Sedan deli-
very, good condition. El LavamA-
tico 8054, 11th Street Tel. 1462,
Colon.
FOR SALE:-1-4 H.P.. 25 cycle mo-
tor, $10. Bicycle with extra, parts,
$12.50. Set Book of Knowledge,
30 volumes,. $25.00. 16" 25
cycle oscillating fan, $35.00. 'Ken-
more vacuum cleaner, $20.00.
Westinghouse 9 cu. ft.-refriger-
ator, 25 cycle, $75.00. Phone 2-
2180. House 1553 apartment B.,
Balsa street, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Canaries. Holland War-
blers, excellent singers,, different
colors. Acuorio Tropical Pet Shop,
55 Via Espona. Tel. 3-5411.


ATTENTION BOAT Owners and
FISHERMEN
Everything reduced for Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. Don't miss these
bargains. Chris Craft, Custom Craft
and Schneider boats and, boat kits.
MiChigan Propellers and boot access*
series. Two slightly used fishing'boats,
light weight outboard motors from 3
h. p. to 25 h. p., new and used. U.
S. Divers and Cressi under water
equipment. Special Swiss Whiz Spin-
ning Rolls Rcg, $14.45 now $8.45.
Spinning rods, $12.00. Slightly used
Pean' and Shakespeare Reels 33 1/3
off. Fishing rods, reels and Outboard
motors repaireL Tennis rickets re-
strung. All work guaranteed.
Abernathy No. 99 Peru. Avenue
Phone 3-0264.
Open 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Saturday
9 a. m. to 6. m.
IF I DON'T HAVE IT 1 WILL GfT
IT FOR YOU -
Your Potrohage Appreciated
Store closed 2nd, 3rd and 4th of Nov.
FOR SALE-Girl's winter outfit. coat.
bonnet and lggings, sizes 3.Crofts-
man Drill Press bench model with
5 H. P. motor, large assortment of
drills $70.00. 1-4" Craftdnan
Joiner planer $20.00, Croftsmon
oil metal Miter B6x with 28" saw
$20.00. Double wheel bench gtind-
er with motor $20.00. 1 paint
spray outfit, 50 ft. hose, motor,'
tahk. $25.00. Phone: Gamboo 6-
382.
FOR SALE:-Male black cocker pup-
py, 5 months old, AKC registered.
19 chamomns in pedigree. Best
offer. Call Navy 3295.
Wanted Position


MAIb WANTED:-Live in, cook,
*wash and won, care' of 2 chlllren,
references wanted. Phoni Balboo


a. However, .e sai iunu roupi .. ...
uld c-rry b.'ck anv observa- Accompanying the senator are 411 "after 6.
as they may have formed dur, three members of the Citizens Private secretary, trustworthy, long
.their stay in Panama. Advisory Committee and Sen. experience in personnel manage-
John W. Bricker, (R-Ohio), Sen. ment. Also independent correspon-
Dapehart noted that publl" MAlien Prear (D-Del.) and Repre- dent English, Spanish, German,
urtgs in their committee *;Il tentative Brent Spence (D- seeks adequate position. Write to
in early In .Teinuary, rt wi'2l h ent.) Secretary. Box 1833, Panama.
ie many witne-ses from Latin -
ofrican cortriles will ripear Members of the group have WANTED
ie have-alrerdy 1-eenr ie'lted. -a tight schedule planned tohIty
aid end anyone who wished which included a visit to Remon. Miscellaneous
Po 0ould core.. IForeign Minister Jose Ramon; WANTED ro RENT: arm land
"e*ne.r'lI I ve;iklng, the setiia-'Guizado and meetings with U.S near Panama City. 100 to 200
Believed there w.,s a tendon- and Panama businessmen, i hectare. :uitable for growing rice.
towards incr'-rs)ng fore.:n At noon Capehart was to ad- Call Navy 3175. g c
treatment Ln Letin American dreas-the Roterv Club and he is --
antries "if t p'rone envl- o attend a reception at the Em, WANTED TO RENT:--Chalet in res-
imuent conti'vre'." bassy this evening. identical section, Bella Vista or Ex.
Capehart stated there wese position. Tel. 3-2710.
t law* I. AM.ric* regrrdin g Capehert and his'group wil; WA'NTED- -- Home for kitten. 6
fx on .im cents abroad, and leave Prnimr early tomorrow, weeks old. No. 3. Duque Avenue
t re were "'i objections Imorning for Colombia. I La Cresta.


FOR RENT:-2 nice furnised apgrt-
ments, uitaory inpect d. Via
Porrges N. 99. :


FOR RII Moderm aparitapnt:
livirntom. 2 bedrem, lrage.
No. "Chie Avnue. TnlewAp
3-0847. .


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with refrigerator, telephone and
ati fooflties. Perry Hilly" Fit
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PFlSat Oca nali. cttage, kna
Clara, Sw 495 Blboa. Phone
Panama 3.1877. sbal 8-1473.|l
FOR RENT:-Cottages at Sqnt Clara
with cooking 'facilities, Box 475
Balboa. Phones, Bolboa, 1403 r
4149.
Special Weeierd Tourist Excursion to
Medellin. Leaving Oct. 31, returnm-
ing Nov. 2. $35.00 roundtrip. Coil I
"COPA" Paonma Tel. 3.0097.
Gromlich Santa Clara Beach cottages,
electric refrigeration, gas Itoves,
moderate rote. Phone 6-441 or
4567.
FOR RENT:-Two large cozy cot-
toges for rent at Santa Clara.'Mod-
erate rates and clean. Telephone
Balboa 2-1403 or 2-4149. Box
475. Balboa. I


House on beach, nt Cloem. Also
in COOL Campena mountains.
Phone SHRAPN elbot 1389
or sea carr.tkcy there.

FOR RENT

FOR RENT:-Chdlet 3 bedroom, liv-
ingroom, bethr4ems, big kitchen,
fenced garden, sod neighbors.
bus stop. Apply 1, Bellsorio
Porras. Tel. 3-2582..


FOR RENT:--H6use in Pueblo Nu*-
vo with yar, $75.00. PhOne 3-
5413 o 2-1902.

FOR RENT
SApartments
ATTENTION I. Just built modem
furnished apartment, one. ,t wo
bedrooms, hbt, cold *rdtar, T"i-
ephone Panam g34941.
ALHAMSRA APARTMINTU
Modern 2, 4 anrd 5 rooms, furnished
or unfurnished. Alhambro's Office
801, 10th Street, Colon. Tel-
ephone 1386.


FOR RUNT;-Furnished apart 2
F dAToms, livingroom. dinl nd
and parch, two bathrooms, 0.
00. 48th St. No. 21, eo ya to
FOt RENT: Furnished oparth nt.
G. I. inspected, near Ancon p.io.
Frigidaire privilege, Telephorn~2-
5133,


FOR RENT:-2 bedrom apartment
furnished. Pernr Hill, 2nd. Stet
No. 1. TeleThone 3-2694.


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OCTOBER 29th and 30th
"USED OLDSMOBILE DAY"
IM40 OLDSMOBILE 4-door "76," radio, seat covers .................. 45. 0
1V 0 DIMUOilX 4-door "W8,' radio, hydramatie, seat covers ........IJUS.0
Sl 0 door "88," radio, hydramatl, seat cnvem ....... 1.745
1l1 OLDAMOL 2-door "I," seat covers ..................... MS.
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adm At~ W S Solemn Benediction of the Blesed
Swl a arish i dOr followed by enterta ent: The
were the. aovo na: pari rs who arrived on the Ith-
i l. Ma4s ia iMIwed, left to right, are: Father Joseph *
Vinc l l Panam and Pastor of St. Mary's: A. F.
t Shea, Ira. McDade, Charles Hum-
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t Cristobl, To Observe
~oi Y MCAs. Armistice Nov. 10
.. Canal Zone American Legion
h a ae tal eleb n o Post No. 1. will hold It annual
f iee w Mll.takegm latur- celebration of Armstice Day be-
t s. Balbm A. ginning Tuesday evening Nov.
SM 1q tr d Waaelrl-te fur- 10 at Fort Amador In order for
S r tonal members of the Pst to join with
efAb nd ethe dectIlon other organlntlons in their cei-
Arthur Ross. ebratlon the following day.
e.s Cocktails and a buffet dinner
'Mfl I 'u ,,--, ,will be served between 6 and 8
an foF Us s; p.m., during which time awards
teinng t G. Y t n of appreciation will be presented.
tnald iton t 6e 's door. The Armistice Day address will
In a -ditn to e m. en. door be delivered by Judge Guthrie ,.
pri, the winner wai d receive iiCro Repr ntdtives of the
Or that these da ne" are made Armed Forces and the. Pnama
possible through the generosity Canal company have been
Stheomnnmty Dancing will begin at 8:30 a
S. music -will be furnished by a
_Jambalaya" will be the title popular Isthmian orchestra.
of the Halloween dance to be
eld at theC l CA Sat- Requiem. Mass
urday. The dance begtn at 8 .. a
p.mI Servicemem t'ay wear cos- A requiem mass will be held at
_tmes. Membts. of the Girls San Mgpel church in memory o
Service OrganiatiQn will serve the late Reeves T. Umoses Satur-
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ated today for the gala. Cin- staged locally. I T
epa4tenario tournament by I Besides the Wonder Bars (Ser-' | Jupiter
lageAnl's Liquor Store gua- lvel record players and radio
rmanteing that the 36-hole me-- clocks iRCA'. the prime list now
dal play affair over the week- 'includes fine champagne and
id at the Panama Golf Club scotch whiskies. A to top it NEWMARKET. Eng., Oct. 2 -
off, the tournament committee., UP Lord Lambton's Jupiter
under hustling Mike Moreno, is won the Cambrldgeshire Stakes,
still looking for more prizes. one mile one furlon race over
Entries for the big show (more the Newmarket heath today to
than 100 are already in i close to- net his own 3,136 pounds
League Meeting day and the pairing will be an- sterling '58,484' top prize in the
nounced in tomorrow's paper. second legof the big autumn
S- Play is to be In three flights. betting double.
Sated Monday with identical prizes for each
Sgrouping, and the competition F. W. Stephenson's Kinr Of
(with the possible exception of The Tudors was second, three-
The first, meeting of The Pa- a lug named Johnny MacMurray quarters of a length behind, and
eific Softball League for the in the top bracket? should be Major G. Mostyn Owen's Fair
1593-54 aason will be held at wide open. Colleen third, a head further
7:.0 p m.. Monday Nov. 2, 1953 Participants from the Canal back from King Of The Tudors.
at the Knights of Columbus Zone will be allowed to get in In this handicap race, Jupiter
Club on Balboa Road. their practice rounds tomorrow. carried 114 pounds, King Of The
It Is requested that all players Amateurs from foreign coun- Tudors top weight of 127 pounds,
or prospective players be present tries will be allowed to enter up and Fair Colleen 108 ounls.
In. order to elect officers and to post time Saturday. Betting was 100-6. a-1, 22-1.
decide the policy to be followed' Up to now prizes are assured Mrs. M. A. Farr's Sailing Light
to.make the league even better for the first five finishers in started favorite of the 29 run-
than last season, i each *flight, with the winner In ners at 13-2.
Remember if you intend to each grouping. of course, r The judge called for a photo
play in the coming season, it is ceiving- one of the fancy Wonder plate before deciding the second
your duty to be present and help Bars, or little refrigerators on and third placings.
organize the league. Wheels. Jupiter was ridden by cham-


p ion jocLey ir [UorUi on ,tcuaras
into a great finish after lying
back in the field for most of the
race. It was his first win in this
race in 33 tries.
J OE WIL LIAMS Although quoted at compara-
JO E WILLIAMSl tively long odds for this race.
Jupiter's win will prove a big
drain on the bookmakers since
The Cleveland Browns were in town Sunday with a new pm- many punters bad.coupled him
iftnt, but, unhappily for Tim Mara's Giants, most of the el8 rith wanner of 'e -Cesarwitch
stars were here, too. Notably, *tto Graham, who can do mere Stakes, first leg of theautumn
with a football than Jy Fay with a kiekback and Los Grewa, double. run on the sAme New-
whose educated toe one day may be enshrined in the Serbenne. moae, ..rs, two weeks ao
The football Browns, who are often called the Yankees of the market course two wees ago.
mercenaries, a reflected glory in which they. seem proud to bask.
now operate under the executive auspices of Dave R. Jones, a I ,
Cleveland resident who mixes sports with business and obviously | MPi iV
oj.oys the heady results.. "" '" '"
For a gentleman who has been identified with sports in one f f
form or another for over 30 years it is odd that he is not more 0oa IRaces unday
gwrally known. Odd until you ar# reminded Jones is not the
Bih Veeck type and his sports activities have never removed him
from the fan class or hobby category. At Pedr Mi(ue
SI got back a long way with Jones and. Indeed, still have a At Pedro Miguel
fpntal picture of his conducting the first meeting of the first;
bodng commission the Lake City ever had. What seemed to
please him mopt was that as chairman he would practically be The Pedro Miguel Boat Club
sitting in the fighters' corners, has set aide next Sunday, Nov.
S* 1 in honor of Al Meigs. the
'.Newton D. Baker, the mayor, had moved to Washington to founder of the present club. In
ar-e as Woodrow Wilson's Secretary of War in the stirring cru- order to pay him due respect,
4ade to make the world safe for democracy. Baker had an abhor- the Boat Club will sponsor Out-
t, thetolent sport and shuddered at the vulgar term prize board Motor Boat Races begi-t
AWtal: he firmly urged the newspapers to refer tob It as boxing. ning at one-thirty In the arter-
"Call It prize fighting,' boomed Jones when he moved in. noon.
"b ht's what it-.I. Let's see some, blood." The feature event of the day
will be the class-C Racing Rut-
about, wits each driver attempt-
ing to place his name on the Al
Now Improves the Breed. Melgs Trophy. In addition there
will be races hi class A and B
As the years passed Jone- lusat diminished and he succumbed w various prizes for echb
to go$ and along with Bill Chandler and Ray Huber put on thec The Race Chairman will be
first ole-in-one golf championship in history, with an assist from Paul Bramlett; Timer. Bill Mar-
the Cleveland Press, an 18-hole handicap affair restricted to tin: Flagman, Richard Evans;
aee. At the four short hole, they got a chance to make their Announcer, Charles Hammonda
ren tiai stagdndup. None did, and the cup went to the low net. Judes, Bill" Martin and Jans
0ow there are hole-in-one competitions from coast to coast, Id Martn an am
gX** changed in form, to be true. with the World-Telegram Bramlett has assured us that
at=44n event tops, thanks to ingenious innovations by our Joe the club will be well nprepared
Val,,'bUt it was Jones and his colleagues at the old Westwood Cluo to accommodate a large crowd of
Who were originally inspired to honor the hole-in-one-ers. spectators. The races are free to
to L baebl athe public and ample parking
Jnte s'.addiction to baseball dated back to Nap Laioe's days ace beavailable for auto-
and bi interest was heightened as he and Tri Speaker became mobiles. The fst race will start
lntlN"te friends. It was Jones' sound counsel that helped to bring promptly at 1:30 Sunday after-
tbrough the great outfielder's most troubled hour in baseball, ani noon at the Pedro Miguel Boat
stUgation by old Judge Landis into charges of gambling. 'Club.
In those days it was common practice for players and man-! _________lub.
agers to make wagers on their teams and. since this was the fact.
Joes saw no reason why all the cards should not be played face I
tpf. This was the eventual procedure and a threatening storm Iom Fool0
*tht also hit Ty Cobb, Joe Wood and others, subsided naturally
lato..a tempest.
Unti a Year ago Jones was asheavy stock holder and director I
3 th* Cleveland ball club, but when one of his friends was caught
,thIe cross currents of a front-office row he stepped out. but not
lmtiS. he had backed his friend to the limit, which is his way. I rr '0


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, NEW YORK, Oct. 0 (UP) -,
Sdnes Is sUll. a fan. but. like others who have studied recent "Tohe 1953 oohandl"ap champion
ward trends, he is concerned over the future of the game. ra run h ls
S-..Ithink we made a mistake in putting all our games on TV.
We encouraged fans to stay away from the park. Now they like He's off to a life of leisure in
tt tht way. I have 26 .bo seats for every game and last summer the Kentucky bluegrass country.
I wM shocked to find I couldn't even give them away." Joh Kentucky.bluegrasnd Mrs country. I
John Whitney and Mrs. Charrle
Pa son t o
The last sport to attract Jones was racing, but once the run- Payson the owner of "Tomni
e g.. ot him he reacted typically. He dug into his purse to sup- Fool -- baye tey feel "nothing
I.'Ithe same generously, and now as vice president of North .ould b e.dd.ed to hi s reputation
Ru he talks optimistlcally of.luring the Whitnevs. Vander- by rnni him again."
blt d Klebergs to classics he visions for the future The four-year-old thorou
the moment., of course, he eniovs the delirious frenry f ibred set a track record only laist
1p and while he never skirted an end or mou.se-trapped iatirday In the Pimlico special.
In his life, he glibly discusses Vass patterns. looping de Maryl And t greatck effort at tool
d quarterback sneaks, and if you happened to be at the hisMarylaetirendtrack earned Tom ool
other night and heard a lusty voice crying. 'Come on I his retirement. His owners sa.
it belonged to the chairman of Cleveland's first boxing "doubtRae y the s pecal was un
.0- .doubodly bl finest and on
happy min. indeed. is the fellow who is able to ride hisit we iatend to retire him a%
bobblete'ound the full calendar year. a suecialized form stud."
rlaniUn. that is said to call for considerable pleasure I
As ownsr of Geometric Stamping. a major industrial en- Tom FooL--who was scheduled
in Cleveland. and director in several others. Including to run in the $7b,00o Gold Cu at
S teel i New York, Jonts manages without suffering any Jam ca Saturday-now wil t
SNovember."
'He retires from the turf witf
a brilliant record and a $570,1o0
W bankroll.
The gallant son of "Menow"
tok the juvenile championship in
S.1951 and demonstrated his clan
It PatS to I or he rest of his traft
SHis gres"atM season doub&4
ADVERTISE edly w t year. "Tom Fo
ADVEwent 'teg'at@10 times, ani
he w6n 10 times. e won at dis-
n Th one-half frito oe-
and mesnqiarter. that wr
not enevgh, Tom Fool was such
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S"Tom ool's lifetime record
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FraneiscQ Arias EPard,- 4 repl
dent's Classic. This year, the Road-cw
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credit New Yor's se.lcon -al a long fly
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 29 (UP)
King Paul ard Queen Frederi-
ka of Greece were caught up in
a whirl of sight-seeing and state
activities today after, an over-
night stay in the White House
with President and Mrs. Eisen-
hower.
The, Royal couple moved from
the executive mansion across the
streett to Blair House, official
residence .for important state*
visitors, early this morning' be-
fore. embarking on the crowded
schedule of their first full day in
Washington.
The schedule called for trips
to Mt. V e rn o n and Arlington
2 (metery, a press luncheon,
I thte' reception and a dinner to-
jht> gy yen by Secretary of
:'t John Foster Dulles.
'The sIK.- foot three inch
VWinarob and hir petite ten-
o ot npealed overwhelmed by
Sthe cheering reception they re-
e<*l on their arrival In the
S C itl at yesterday.
t tFrederika quickly regainam-
4d, heir natural vivacity and Paul
relaxed, m nner 6 In the
Smth of L the Elsenhowers' bos-
pioaty at last night's state ban-
vAa In the White House. .
The couple's state visit here
S w1 last until Saturday when
StBy will start out on a month-
? tmon.
Ionoodwill tour across the na-
Some members of the Greek
community resented ,the fact
that Mr. Elsenhower waited to
getet the king and queen at
the White House 1st6Ad of
( ag to the airport as former
r. eident Truman did when
WElzabeth and Philip of Eng-
l'ad visited Washbinton in
But Paul and Frederika, who
are known for their democratic
S'nformality, seemed unawae of
=, .cy'hange in protop. as
Sged warm greetngs with
the President and First Lady on
f th front doorstep of the White
' house.


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Allied Formula

Falls To Break

Korea Deadlock


PANMUNJOM, Korea, Oct. 29
(Up) United Nations and
Communist negotiators looked ti
Washington and Peiping today
for a compromise in setting ul
the Korean peace conference
after an allied formula failed tC
break a deadlock over zneutra
participation.
United States Special Ambas-
sador Arthur H. Dean proposed
at the fourth day of preliminary
talks today that the issue of
neutral participation at the
peace conference be set aside
and the time and place for the
main talks be discussed.
The North Korean and Chi-
nese Communists ignored the
new allied proposal, apparently
because they lacked authoriza-
tion to discuss it. They were
believed to have applied to Pel-
ping for guidance.
Dean said, after the two hour
and 25-minute meeting that he
expected the Communists to an-
swer his proposal when prelimi-
nary talks are resumed at 11
a.m. tomorrow.
Meanwhile there were reports
from Wsh4ngton the United
States and Its 1 Korean war al-
lies might agree to India's at-
-tendance at the peace confer-
ence during any discussion on
war prisoner problems.
Dean was Informed of the re-
ports and of a British proposal
that India be represented at the
main talks as an "observer."
The allied representative end-
ed a long statement today on
neutral participation in the con-
ference by proposing that the
matter of- "agenda" for the cur-
rest talks be skipped for the
tinte being and discussions be
held on the time and place of
the peace conference.


Congressman Says

US Can Now Keep

Russian A-Pace
NEW YORK, Oct. 29 (UP) -
Rep. Chet HolifieldI (D-Callf.)


predicted today that the United
.C HAo Leaves Ste.ies would keep pace with
d Leves Russia in the development of
peacetime uses of atomic energy
r1isR C tes In and he said Congress itself
'. l should be given credit for that
Sac t
ny ew aUidac Holifield, a member of the
,, Mih., t. ) ii joint Congressional Atomic
Mich., Oct. 2 (UP) ngy Committee, said in a
G ber Frank Costello drove to speech before the Nationial In-
asedom from the federal prison dustrial Conference Board that
hete in a new black Cadillac thi. country's peacetime atomic
k today, but his freedom program woula have beeh stadl
raeW ort-1whed.on y words ed if Congress had "taken se-
: reporters his o n Idv orwords rously' adiceegivn It W xe
"pS'ese leave me alone."' lously" advice given lt ie-
Itatill faces civil and crima cuve department. -
asOf income tax evasion
tralization proceedings Two such departments, the
send him back to hi Atomic Energy Commission and
S galy eLne National Securihy Council,
kingpin of organized toiJlielt said, cancelled atomic
In America" was re- projects an. revised budgets on
Se a.m. after serving .jhe assumption that privaLe in-
Smouths on a contempt of austry was ready to take over.
O ess charge. i ne trena went on until tne
ed and dapper in a gray Ju.nt congressional committee
s:.triped suit anid homburg aiewt hearings iast June ana July
Costello climbed in to the nI said.
retU- seat of the Cadilla without iloiiueld said if the commit-
sa Aile. A chauffeur and three ed had listened to te two
tber persons were waiting for agencies, "nere wouia have
M M*one of whom was Identified r-en createa a Idanger zone ci
. wifen. laction in the atom energy pro-
,car rold through the gram, marlea by curtaileu gov-
gates and stopped when a raimenG activity on the one side
of newmen and photo- anu sack oi private performance
rs nealy blocked the exit on the other."
main highway. Ruling his
Sdown, CotlO stuck his He said the committee had no
I t si qu to re- evidence that private industry
leave me a wai ready to build an atomic
r dveM o new-. power reactor unless the gov-
G Tort ir w erLment paid the bills. He re-
la an att g to follow cOled that Congress voted last
June to give AEC the authority
Sco d sad ~pt to build such a reactor for
rlPe to Dcetime -se and that the AEC
announced only last week that
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NEW YORK, Oct. 20 (UP) -
A former Russian master spy
told Senate investigators yester-
day that 20 to 25 Soviet spy ring-
operated In the United Btes in
1941 and more are probably
working here now.
Lt. Col. Small 0. Akbmedov,
who said he rose to become-chief
of the Russian general staff's
fourth intelligence department,
said he personally saw hundreds
of documents concerning Amer-
ican war secrets that had been
filched by American spies.
Testifying for the first time
before a Congressional com-
mittee, Akhmelov said many
blueprints, photographs and
technical d ata n Americl n
plants were transmitted.- to
Russia through Amtorg the
Soviet trading company In New
York.
Akhmedov said in this batch of
secrets he specifically saw in-
formation about the highly se-
cret Aberdeen Proving Ground at
Aberdeen, Md.
The former Intelligence ace
said a member of his staff once
suggested that the Institute of
Pacific Relations might be a
good organization to infiltrate.
But, he said, another intelligence
section told him they were al-
ready using the IPR.
"They told me, It's already
taken over, you can't have it',"'
The Institute has been. inves-
tigated repeatedly for Commu-
nist Infiltration.
Akhmedov's testimony that
Russia's 20 or 25 spy rings probe .
ably were expanded during the
war" came shortly after Sen.
Joseph R. McCarthy announced
that new evidence led to the be-
lief that the only Russian py
ring ever uncovered was the ring
operated by executed atoMa spy
Julius Rosenberg.


Frank And Ava

-Oh No! Not Again
HOLLYWOOD, Oct. 29 (UP) -
A grim-faced, grouchy Frank
Sinatra said today, "I don't know
anything-I have nothing to
say," concerning Ava Gardner's
consultation with her attorney
about their marriage.
The silent crooner, who flew
in last night from Las Vegas,
Nev., after completing an en-
engagement there, answered on-
ly "no comment" when asked If
he planned to meet with his
wife.


He brushed photographers a-
side and used strong language
in refusing to pose for pictures.
Miss Gardner's studio reveal-
ed Tuesday she had talked over
her rocky marriage with attur-
ney Neffl McCarthy. The spokes-
men did not say whether she
planned a separation or divorce.
John Haskell, a Beverly Hills

singer planned to talk to Ava
before he leaves for New York
Saturday.
"I'm sure everything will work
out between Frank and Ava," he
said.
Friends of the couple have
pointed out that other spate In
heir two-year marriagehave al-
ways been patched up.

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ending ot A r of bloodstained
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