The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01771
 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.
 Record Information
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: AA00010883:01771
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Tr he Mail Bon u an open forum for readers of The Paesm Anrer
n. Letters are received gratefully and are handled In a wholly confli-
niial manner.
S If you contribute a lettIe don't be Impatient it it doesn't appear te
tlt day. Letters are published in the order received.
Plase ry t o keep the letters limited to one page length
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility tor statements as opinions
4pressd in letters from readers.
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Ileshal dispatch to Sadeye Sammy, personally:
This almost sounds like it's gonna be something spehzal but
Il it's gonna be: a personnel speshal honest to goodness pat on
te back for Sadeye Sammy. A pat on the back from us local
lnusewlfes who been reedin yer pomes an likin em.
Sorry to hear couple oi caows of yourn been doln porely o8
couldn't get away to see Rebecca. But what you say there
i*ht unseen, thass juss exactly what us housewlfes been saying
at*ut It after we seen it.
SUs housewives goes to the theater to forget about the cleaning
an mendin an mllkin an all that goes with keeping house an thaas
jEws exactly what Rebecca done to us. Why, all the actors done
good enough acting to suit us. Starting down the road homeward
bund we were talking: Why, pretty durn good that down here
IA the middle of the jungles we get to see a play strait from
Pia4way, or where ever it come from.
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thass real good. We been wondering what all them sellers iight
be doln day after day away from their wife an chilluid.
Yer dispatches gives us a ahdeea Some o the fellers write
trculars. others put In semi-colons, others agpIn take out
ages. change em. put new ones in an file em. (At least taOss
e order I understand it's done in I As I sat thereeedith "r
pacthes time an again I been tellin Pa' Now see here, Pa, reed
tis Sadeye Sam. Them boys up the Buildin really knows what
they are doin.
Doins big an important goin. on up there. Well, so to say.
tha.s part o what keeps the water running down the Canal. But
411 that is not what I wanted to say.
I What I wanted to sa is 'that us housewife been reedin e
tri an likn em. So keep up the goodwerU..
Ike topmas on a word to you the1e
s telllp us: Whistle while you work. Th
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Dear Sir:



NEWARK, New Jerey bhe
man in the Big B e a Zi-o
ing was more of an M the
eplosive New Jersey emeM thaU
the man in the Wht ]bane. It
was extortionist Joe Fay, d aMt
President Eisenhower, the v
had in mind when they awag t
state from the
It was Albert (the Mir. be..
Executioner) Auataf,
(the murdered) MorIs al s
Doto, alias Adoia and Mr. LA.
bosses of the gambling nabe a
crooked labor leaden who wu
repudiated. A paitkil a-br
of this state's vital voe wh-le
some believe may be the IbrHm
ner of 1954 and 1956 rveali the
resentful reaction of the iadepea
dent voters to links btwei pb-
lic officials and undewUr mrI
in and out of labor eiMkl and ra
gardless of party label.
The point is that eda t nhe
Eastern Republican be
trayed their national by
linking themselves to Iabr mbs.
For example: Jrst a year a Gea.
Dwight D. Elsenhower tk a part
of the state, BerC n Coar. by a
118.000-vote plraty.
In last Tuesday's e.eItEthe
Republican candidate, P t ast,
who had been negotiating with nd
pleading for shakedown rdst Joe
Fay for years, took that same tra-
ditional Republican area by a
mere 5,000 tallies. That was s
of 113.000 votes in one aea
alobe. Similarly, In Esmex oem ,
Troast ran 75,000 votes behind
Eisenhower poll at U8. A year
ago Ike won Essex Ctunty by S,-
000 votes. Last Tuesday Troast.
friend of Fay, lost the dXtrit by
10,000 votes. So it wnt in other
areas until the Republim lot to
an unknown Democrat, Robert
Meyner, by some 157,000 votes.
Point is, the independent voters
who swarmed to Elsenowar, jilt.
ed Troast in an area Il Bergen
County because civic anti-crime
forces there had revealed the ex-
lent of the criminal invasion of the
county. There, gambler Adonis,
"Enforer" Anastasia and the

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i M. S.igth. t liine. s were at the husband Ilk he was aI,
Power William F ei object of stripping him of his t
attrne for the Algam Cor. and There Aa a tle when fr
the Yonkers Trotting Assn., which the Sheate and boss t lue ss ev t ar.. ;
Sown and operate the Youkers race ried four or five timh S9 law of nM
track. That harness turf has been thode daysp er M hamp* to
the center of shocking scandals and he ildren, if 3a5 if .
Ifdr months ever since the Minx a tin .after .A r- i
St the notorious, brutal chief aRtrace elWlWhere,
Janitors and Race Track Em- ily in tarn, b'l*ca s -dI .
ployes Union, Tommy Lewis. place to g6, and divor W1.
I that weren't enough, it wsa There is the O g M r Ia, hf t
Slearned ot only that Bleakley long-standing,- whr the s so e
owned some 12,000 common shares young neu to ~ pl
in the track, but that he was also market, and Ihere Mao i a a
attorney for the murdered Tom. ly to the union. b"
my Lewis on at least one special NO matter who's Ilb wrong, she de
project. Lwis retained him be. a n
cause Bieakley had great politi rate a 1w e Utoa l .. of thea t o
cal Influence in the state. Bear in cumulated estate uafao.rP s d lSlb pr- 5
mind that Bleakley was attorney foTnrance, having en'd. It' er
for the Algam Corp. which neoo- g
stated with Tommy Lewis' union
on race track labor contracts.
All race track labor was dom-
inated by Joe Fay, who, by the
way, has never accounted for the
$700,000 he helped to extort from
New York business men. So, while
the average New Jersey veivoteri 4
didn't quite know the details of the
le-ups, he did know that Fay was BROADWAY
BRIDGING THE GAP--Loaling up with grain t.. a ffeeod ally from Jrsey and that Charls
oame Jersey labor leaders had pre. dA1 wil l6
mill. this delivery man Is preparing to%1peed much-seeded grain i ole e la eb GOP gubernatorial d o pdr q la
to hungry Texas battle. WhUile general rinsq 02! .bf ken the candidate to te to ov Dew at a
drought In Tcxa,.nterim supplies of feed,'. o e it obtained asking for Pay's freedom. TIN (i l"bb
W $ovrnOmet grain and feed allotments, Iate neededitd tide
rlimers over until new cropses I t. Furthermore, there were those his tall. rTa
.- ----- igh in Troast's labor machine star Dra
S -_....- .. .... who were part of Joe Fay's ap- pVabl =
s. TheftsUpport should not pet P s hII
a accepted. Ignorance of (Mu@C@tCW
&NR their records is no excuse. They mow' ".shj
could have been screened, just as from a a l
careful o atic l leaders sc~re tjsa edmaAn
cmm units from their ranks. It's

it Both's havb the kiss of poliUtical1 "

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Sonn phalong Geary St. with a shopping
0 tberTAM. trzd o oy a timid Mr. g oe-
se the o aow a photograph-
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mn' Inpector Bil Stan ton 1aid

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n b "ThiM s mae have eete worti
attempt "Wes'ew1 In-
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7...- 5=e bake but was not-aoonated.
irns4 l"r-- Today a tnOd Mrs.X lr re-
fused to allow-any photograph-
-she eis into, the houqe.
pro- Inspector Bl# Wtanton nad
an the houpe Was not under guLrd.
e "This may have beian-the work
honed of a crank or it May not," qtan.
o~ auch ton said. "When somebody
S makes telqphoe calla like that
herhus-. we have to awsume that he
hm that a means bualnea."

to o thad Requieml Moss
Bumo f W aOup A requiem igh nlaas will bc
t ihi ; asaid Wednesday for the replye
0-A P Akr r who of the soul of the Iate Elerc a
hm s .s" wife. Monlousa at 5:4 a.m. In the St.
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n of Q;iide uandr wayliS ,wi ch herally becomes icor 4T
Sdt SAiC liW e aBll ovr the t *6,pid withthe case when t e
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5-Monlh-Od Baby
MCOY ON SRID 'UUP -- A baby wzs mLsasing I.
Sday and police sought an unmiir
BY OSWALD JACOBY ruled baby sitter with whom th
Written for NEA Service child was left. ,,
Mrs. Shirley Stammer. 18. to".i
authorities she left her balb
five-month-old Richard Let
NORTH 1 with Wanda White 26.
SThe young mother said sh
S1084 i left the child with Miss White a
V 86 'she could report for work on the
*a"'104 first day of hzr new job as a
*QJB3 drive-in waitress.
WEST EAST When the drive-in closed as'
A768 AQ0932 midnlhlt Mrs. Stammer sa.c
i K J 10 9732 she called for her child at Mist
*75 75 QJ82 White's h(.me and found thePr
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SOUTH (D) The mother, whose husband ls
SKJ i sailor. told notlee th0t Mis'
VA Q54 White seemed related at the
SK 9 6 3 respect of slttintg with the ba-
46K54 by.
North-South vul The search was concentraterl
South West North Est ',on a bridee over the Wabash
1N.T. Pass 2N T. Pass Rnier at New Harmony. Ind. Pc-
3 N. T. Pass Pass Pass 'ire said Miss White often vlasi-
Opening lead- 'd vat East St Louis. IU.. and
hav have hitched a ride there.
Several persons reported ae,.-
,inq a woman carrying a bao'
"Don't rcast ime over the co::i' and thumbing rides west o!
for the bidding.' my Inend Ar-JEvansville last night.
.;thur Goldsmitn pleaded when
he gave me the hand shown t?- erry Christmas
day."I stretched a bit. nly pa: jerry hritma
her stretched a bit mo e. and
.then we both stretched togeth.. r US TO Germany:
Anyway, we got a bit too hieh 000 Lb
I gave my word so natural! 12. 0K 00 Lbs
Can't say anything about 'thl
very skimpy hand for the opeL!- BREMEN. Germany, Nov. 9
ing bid of one no-trump If 1 iUUP The US. zrelght-r,
hadn't promised I'd sav that a "American Scout" arrived herel
skimpy hand liKe that sho'l; i:today ailli the first shipment ol
pass the merely invitation4l- bid:more than 12.6&.000 pounds of
of two no-trump food packages to be distributed
But I won't savy it. largely b:- free to Germans this Christmas
cause Arthur is one ol the besp The food was allocated frcl .
bridge players in the count-y. U.S. government surphxlu"f
and if he feels like stretching n stocks and will be handed 6t'f'
hend he can usually find some'private Ge-man cheritle to
WPv to make his contract needy West Geimans and We'
Arthur got his first brp:ik Berliners- It is pn outright ga.
when West opened the deuce n! from the Americ n people &
cldbs. Nobody had bid the su-.t 'the German people.
and it seemed qdnte sale it Jus'
shows how deceptive apearara.-thought^ he parted wit
es c n be. If Wet had opened "t'ond heart And after still muie
spade. there wouldn't have bee'i thought, he parted with a 'ow
a 'rooy ending to this story spade
.. Rst won the first trick wil: Goldsmith saw the signs m '
the ace of clubs and returned trouble and could tei l exac..t
the three of spades Goldsm:t what .as goln. on. E7ldenai
wen with the iack of soades anti E.at had nothing worth svin
~~r :-'red h .i sources II"'in hearts. but wes worried abe ;.
co--'- take ore soade one eiplt. lpades ar.d dlanmonds. -n h
6- 'i-a"monds. Prd fIbur "lub',. threw a couple o hear"c. ab.cd
tricks available. with on0 1 the ace o( beart(
tr- o go. king of spade s
Fo',th ouite IePIV decidedly kir of sptados
ru" +be clubs. TI- oooonp'itsi East could take t 4f trwe
.wr"n1 haye to d's-a.rd prd thtb spades that he had managed to
n'1'ht hpve. trn.,hle or rive vs- 'save. but then hep rd to get out
r''" tnforvrnatirn .ith a diamond It did East IE)
p'-e,, did hotb East had to good to lead the jack of dia--
fir-1 four d'-"'rrd on the lor,- "monds. for he hPd already givn'l
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narcotic 8 Room in a '(pl.) 3ST7 V d e
18 Entre harem 24 Dislike 381 uapt .
20 Make a lace 94Legl point 20 Learning 40 I
edging 10 Church .27 Rail bird 45 CrULa..
21 To Cut feauvl 9Pilchards 46 61Ud
23 Possessive 11Pl fers Shoe agspn 46I Palm Iree
pronoun 12 Trials 33Rehuctant 49 Smnll flap
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25 Bares
27 Weights of "
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29 Distress signl
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smorgasbord at tMh eSmenoe Satrday semi to hon er the Mastnle Temple wi
their houseguets, Mr. ad Mrs. Matbew C. O'Bwrs e Wash- Helen Stern pre din,
ington, D. C. troduked te oAmlow
Mars. Lilhan Olal o
Mr. and Mrs. for- deron, Lieutemnt and Mrs. P. ,Ars Ml
ner residents of r have B. Fitch. Lieutenant and Mrs. Gaes wereplayed
Lreen renewing their *riepdshpl J. J. Zarridio, Lieutenant and rris wewe won by Mss
(,p the i .thus,. Mr. O'ear Mrs. Rsbert Kingberry, Ens.ign W ;luMs, Mrs. axine
Lr an oe of the United and Mrs. L. W.ilwins, ieu- and Mrs. OlallanSo.
irit Company. ad served In ti ants J. L Horton, P. The Odd Fellows oin
witL the oampi r, leo vin the Werner A. L. Blk. RW. Mer- roup for refrshment
position ot Ocneal of Central r4' D. R Meredith, Jr., Ensign by Mrs. Edna Fu" l
und! south Amesra Whan he W. H. Burartl CH Bon and JI. Starje and M
was transfered to the Mew Mis. D. .Broteron, and Mr. rowi
York Office. He wa s attoed P. JbIanmPaL Mrs. Doyfle 8yder w
in Criastobal aM ft 19 to -- dark how. -
1938 before gog to W lni- von Voyag Party The other members
tLn. For Litea And were Mrs. Maude Lao
.They sailed today on the Mrs. arf lMrs. Betty O'Rourke, M
Jimon' for Ba re. aw. . ra- Uirs lan r n

New Teaehers eaertd --
With Dinner Party
A dinner for gro f the
new Atlahtli Sle te ers was
given Friday by Mt. and Mrs.
L. B. Hunalcut. at their reL-
dence in New Cristhbal.
The h Woorse Mis Anne
Dowd, Misslu Hr Gwath-
my, Miss Marjore Biender Miss
Mary Jane Bugby, Ml Wl-
fred Miller Miss Mary AVbdit
with Miss Thelma Godwin. Mrs.
Rosemary Reartln, Mr. and
afts. Carl' berge and Mr. and
Mrs. Parker Hanna.
Cocktail Paty O- sBy
Captain And is Bead
The Commandag Officer of
the US8 '"TIiballe;," Captain
. M. Head and Ms. Head en-
ItLtained with a cocktail par-
ty at their quarters on the Co-
ce Solo Naval Station Stur-
day evening.
Their guest 1t included:
Captaln and Mrs. W. A. Thorn,
Captain and Mrs. R, K. Y. Due-
Inberre, Oomma r and Mrs.
v. W. Adler, Commander and
MM. Houlder ludgins, Com-
mander and Mrs. Thomas R.
Per, Commander and Mrs.
W. Thompso Commaader
and Mrs. LE. P Gardner, Co*-
mander and Mr. A. L. Mccub-
bin, Lieutenant Commander aad
Mrs. H. E. Wheeler. Lt. Com-
mander and Mrs. Eldrlige Hod,
l.t. commander san Mrs. M. J.
Rallivan, 4t. Cumxnander and
Mr. M . B JInp Lt. Com-
mander and Mn. B.O. Gray,
Lt. Commander C. M. Lemas-
te:; and Mrs. t EmaZ e, Jr.,
Lieutenant. and Mrs. J. W. An.

RUTH M lT s*...
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How lentgfion beq n sine
you've taken 1' lng look
at your huind, n not
,cshe used to er as he exists
in your mhtad but as he actua-
ly ? ... -
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acos trra him in tohel o
aP VtanhelhBt mid' sa f
-orr )wa.)BWt e abow t
Maybe oull notice that hs
9tyl i0fctln an tba6 he has
sumped.tto hi ey chair
though h b physically xhu
ed. Maryb he is crying a
heavier jid than you have r-
ausnd. P n you aren't do-
ng al that you could to encour-
age him to get the rest Sd
relaxation he needs.
Or youmay notice that he
Bseen WM Are there prob-

IN -.W may need you to be
a more responsible partner.
r .. come to you as a
Iba has put on too
A to look his best.
need to start plasn-
SMal with that In
S may discover the
F mnade that man of
mre attractive than
you married blu.
I y r e d, better
I *uld he say the
k'aybe you can
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the peon at all.
a to d look at your
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tt iyou wish he were
ilMR : UL" with a person
ddaout. It' easy
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Lieutenant and Mrs. Ian
Johnson ave a bon voyage
party at their elsdence on the
Cceo solo Naval Station, Bat-
'rday evening, to honor Lieu-
tenant and rs. Gordon' Bar-
r.ett, who are leaving this week
for duty at Pensacola.
Thb other gets were Lieu-
tenant and Mrs. 0. K. Merri-
weather, Mr. R. A. Miller and
Mrs. A. M. Johnrud.
rs. Hall To
Entertain Circle
Mrs. J. V. B. Hall will be
'lie hostess for the meeting of
the W A .( at her
'omze 8522 2irgAt qnThurs-
|dav at 11:30 am. All members
are Invited to attend and bring
their friend. Each member Is
t bring a covered dish of a
P. ad or vegetable.
A prie be awarded for
the funniest hat.
Creative Wrktin
Group Meeting
The Creative Writing Group
of the Caribbean College Club
will meet this evening at the
Red Cros Building In Cristo-
hal at ":3 p.m. Nba-Felion
articles will be the topic for
discuslson. Members are invited
to bring any artle for diseus-
s4on and critianm.
Gatun Civie Ceuoll Meetitn
The Oatun Civic Conm l will
meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at
the Oatun Clubhouse.

fin. Femrarlge, adixed green sasa,
r oveDn, *ian toat pudding, offee, m

bI1oUa Ire's Widow Waits

,For O in Move
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IN. h9 hee s ,he sie nthe truth
S --- ,Attr v ae W lls wihh sh- testi!fiher husband)
a f a d to deny was murdered by two men whor
I Sbeen IntIr- bfok into their apartment 'e-
Sih Ney Armer ten 2 and 4 asp."ad best he:
. up. She sa la she wa locked
dtslp unooncious when one of the in-

tbh~is more than I w&uld," in the
S eyed Monde told Utel Ipatm whT at a r )c-
f Mr. Warn as rred, sd she didn't -kow
stOteent= and they're ua whether her husband wa shot
"am out. bbnore she was hit. over tne
S an comment I didt hear the shot," she
SMrs. Wells, I-year-o moth- said.
er, and Warren, who wasa Asked about tetmonmy of one
t u and vocalist pa Fa ir ot.Well' four former wives that
Sal"kb, ta.rtet caed he bad a nasty taeper and oft'
F!edeml Orand Jur of th en was belligerent Mrs. Wells
reemurder 61 f. i? said she didn't thtbk that "Is
SAla civic and bust- relative to this case."
ne ledpr w utola in his Asked if Wells had eyer belt
,. 3 or struck her, she repltd. "'He
p -.. certainly didn't beat me that
a report sk1p night (the nigtr df the zufr-
~ fec2,,, der.)., ,I
ad Mrs: Wlls said news reports
ad ad hadt tI wrongly gave the impression
f B a that aer one-bedroom Fairbanks
awake or so apartaenUlt we "plush" and
't know what "sa, tha she inherited a
S4Lbed of money, and that her son
e n w fbar years old.
.a0 ho=1
were to : bld-it wwa a very modest,
S now/; as thogiNasdrtable apartment

dV Tour pOuas @4-that would make
Asked who she did mean, sht him illegitimate."
ou draw your own co-
w yor w **c'^- WankEoitkn, attorney for
M she the Well estate at Seattle, sad
lt towre doirn he Mrs. W:land her o were left
6,orth^ ~about a sixth of the estate, es-
.' Wells, cha an o t All-
Wamwen'K adminulon to Alaska Chamber of Commerce.
COHand. Olif., where was found dead with the sl'ag
S talt be was in from a .380 calibre pistol lyIna
thth IW l apart-. under his heap on the pillow c
onot o er Vf hls bed."
em Wells oid, Mrs. Wells said when she was
$he beard t ih.g n tewd first Intertiewed after being
." beaten and, taken to the hospi-
tne jwhere Wwn e tal. her memory was very haiy.
i r nqte t~ cif "I am now able again to r--
be e-.'erta n that member mh'own telephone num-
In - We. -'.,. er." she said.

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Mrs. Maxine Lucky. y, M
la ulllckson, Mrn. Vt.'
Mrs. Aargaet Shuber.
Roberta Crandal, ad
Magaret scholefleld.
Remes ( ,,
Heroneof '7
B r a e : .!
An encampment of Th
R'-sevelt Camp Her 'os
's scheduled to be held at
Gatun Diving School. Th

raQobly at the Diving
at 9:46 em.

AtlIatle Cara Club To 'l
nrar InterestUig Spea '
The Atlantic Camera C
will meet this evening at ?
p.m. at the Elks Club. Thq
will have the honor of heap.
'n Miss Sone Ieverd
Tht, and Mtr. H. T. e
the YMCA Photo Sbop '
Members are rem b,.
bring guests.
CaIse Far Alar
HOUSTON, Tex. (7P) -
men said they were lucky
were no calls for the Bat
ton fire station during o 6I
When Chief George W
looked at the fire engine, t s 4
tomnary morning praetiel, ,
found the battery for sais
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-Household Automobiles i
FO. ,SALE: Must sl pria:.i tOR ~ALE --19.2 Cheerolet 4 Door
new, diningroom, hail. dc. eo, De LuDe model for $1550
rtom, lofiplete guest r. be I. .&E1 if you have one.D
',1idu eo dsi choi ,.,,ac. lm r.h- Ird can Phorne Gamboo 274.
toned,.beoutiful rugs, *id."h ,'h, FOR SALE 1941 Chevrolet Club
h', glassware, toor an n i:.-t'e it.C-e. 20--B. R.o Grande. Phone
ttptr M~:t be seen to b' adi Fpd. M.guiei. 4-355
iti ed. P~ oie -.2- 98 't....- I..... .. .
E Poe 2-2798 FC SALE ._.h.Mary Jeep 4 wheel
FQO SALE:---General Ele i.ic '."'g- D ,.. A-I ..:.r.d.ior Excellent for -
tgto .purchased new Mr i .'. 'I enor .,.l Clavion 4268.
LariC4cfilng t $220. Fhc...e A'b.._,:e ,
irngpect n220. Ft aile AD -e. FOR A LE -- 42 Chevrolet four
N 5. ct. 3, Ponrra 2i,,:r i. l l In exceptionally good
A t. Panama I rn .. .... .-. de and oul Must see
FOR SALE: Electric Sev.rng Ma-, to .1S Cn(-.r I Not a wao surplus -
chhiee .Desk Cabinet', Retr.geri,' ,.iL F,:., Cl.,iton, 2236 after 5 F
-49 ft.4; Single Bed; Secit.'alD m.
S bdk Case and Love Seat v.rd- -- ----
eblT;' 'Mirrors; Dishe:; F.gu.r.. F
fodder; Telephone: H.:h ho.1 Position Offered
+jt*ns: 'Phone: Balboa 14 13. House _
595, near Balboa Gai Stlol-.r. r'ANTED -P, ,in expert in color-
FO'-P SA tE''JR TRADE: -Al.-.i ne, ,ng phc.il:. Good solaro AplpD
'6Q cy'e Kinnmore culon'.l' ., 1 ~cr cnall., '.lo Sosa, 4th of Jul)
6 c le Kenmore auiomn. r *.. 1' r,
er $20.0.0. New C ,-balo t.-B
pho 3-3186. .',ANTED --,cc'.unaort: Panaman-
FQR:SA E:-Cne Secreorl, a.. o,- 3n not, ai, 30 years with ex-
op' g corner cabinet, cheap. Cris- oerEnce corenpoandence. Write F
tObfl ..,933, anytime Aporlairidc 5 Ponama, enclosing
FOk *'ALE:--- Used machr.,e, ato -
mrtic washers, exi.aciorsi, .: n
'irrcial gas dryer, 1 ll20 .ci' Help Wanted
gos water heater roaci'., c:''- F
g'd~ : per hour, COiT.rr'ec''l '' .- 'VANTED -- Responsible middle
'3 if1 6rds, 1930 Ch-.rolei Sedajn ,|....m,-i, for cooking, washing _
eliv Lry, 'g od condition El Lova ,,,1 .,; ..ir. Preterably catholic, To
rratico 8054, l th. Sireer Tel I, .: .. in n Paitilla section. P
lt14'T, :Co': . ,. r t' .n reitences. Good salary
S -Electric stove. 4 bu n-. 3 orm I o'clock to 3 S
.,ers, refrigEralor, mahogany d.n.r.g- P r l '. o 8 p. m I
room and bedroom set, line cu':o,..
builr furniture, all raccaiIy r' g m
.very checlo. Arrongemerd can b, r
'fr.ade. to rcnl oportment al..o 5.-.n "
'Fra i~c.'sco d. St. 2'-A. Api. 2
HOt. G, Pan8e .40 f
F6''5ALE--I i cu. ft. poirelo.n H O G -840
Aidtia25 cycle, q i.rt. recent. .
V t4rauled, $110. 0-7;9 WlIIham-
cn Flace. Tel. Bolbca 2-.'' Your Community Station
FFR SALE:-Westinghcu e reit.ae"- Where 100.000 People Mee
"itor. 8. cu. ft. 25 c-cl. $S000 10
7:.ood condition. 26-D C -mbo Pesent

ob n In Hong Kong: Today. Monday, Nov. 9
iai 3 l- The Little Show
Iali U slnd l3:30-MusiC lor Monday
Wla Est 4:0U-Music Without Words
Sradea W h East 4.15--ingerb Parade
4:30--Wnat's Your Favorite
tL 5:30-News
G KON Nov. 9 i UP 5:35-- Wlats Your Favorite I
president R1iwirrd : N ': Cont'd
aT today the dys of pw. 6:00--9ongs from the English
politics' nd dol'p. dliplo..,ev .- ir Side
. X e fore,:i' bee. ne the .11'. 6:15- PAB8T BLUE RIBBON
free pcopes ifor world pea,' &PORTS REVIEW
SWbigo foir that. 6-30-rhe S hop (WRUL)
n' n tre bero, e 7:00-Lo,.W M '*
4tt O C':vb7r of .Cor.-.-1 7:15-TIF jY ft Show
n' tid n-Ve.ill to v'hn: IVOA;
dier -vdlr -1i .:led 7:30--Repot From The United'
edi t bf tUr:'"d FI-P et i States IVOAt
SS'editoiel5 and el.' 8:00--'the Platter Parade
w herfdurlhg his visit. 8:30--Hih'ights Of Last Week's
He said the United Stptes ls 8:45-American Legion Auxilla
skeAtiral of Soviet Peare or"'v- ry
tures Aecause "We tried n pulih 9:00---'ake It From Here (BBCI
tf nr.t nir skeptical dlringe .h 9:30--The Wind Circle
ldst tv' y.ros Wo World War II 10:00-The World At )eur Win-
$ Ad r'-ort 1Q4 to l 51 h Com- I' do*' "
n .lqs ialne'l 600 0000(l0 one.- 11:00-The Owl's Reat
withoutit losing a single R is-'12:00-81gn Off.
.'1i1 soldier.
",Yot cannot eet peace simp!:, Tomorrow.Tbesday, Nov. 10
wlshln,! for it he said. *'Thil' A.M.
a mistake in dealing wlh 6:00-Sign On The Alarm
r. but an even greater mi,- Clock Club
in dealing with Malenk.nv 7:00-NEWS '
Mao T7e-tung. We wo'i!d. 7:05-Alarm Clock Club Cont'd.
tet peace at)d would Insurei 7:30--MornttU Salon
destrg tlon of the ideals of 8: 15--Motnivt Varieties
pODlle forever and ever." 8:30-Music Makers
S8.45-Hawailan Harmonies
note. of. the dissatli- 99:--NEWS
SHong Kong and othr 9. 5-Sacred Heart Program
eas about the U.S. re- 9:30-As I See It
iBtlotmon trade. He made no I l000--)ff The Record
j ltmltUnts but said In A:. l:00--NEWS
ala ntNew Zealand th"t tn, 11:05-- ff The Record Cont d
gtfral oolirv of the 7Firqhowr. 11:30-Meet The Band
ilntLtration Was for mo.'e 12:00-NEW8
Ude among the allies. i PM.
12'05-Luncneon Music
ilxon said the Hont Kong n- 1205-oLunnlar Music
bordered bV Chinese Con- 0-Pooul Music
st terrllnrv was one nf n, 1:0-EW
examples of the "dlffr- :15-Personality Parade.
betwe mother freorh dir-l an 1:45--,Lum And Abner
between t ree world and :00-A Call From Les Paul
thlave world. 2:15--A Date For Dancing
1 22:30-9pirit Of The Vikings
i 2.45-Battle Of The Bands
5rf 1 \a IflM n3:00-All Star Concert Hall
d S in l Wi l3:15-The Little Show
A*ll iprr V 4:00-Sunny Days
.lne .llfer Parole 3:30--.:unny For Tuesday
I4:15--&outh Of the Border
S4:30-What s Your Favorite
i.RRR BAET,. Tnd. Nov I 5"30L-NEWS
ftJpi Fred Sate!' former ov "- 5:35-What's Your Fa 5 orit e
If of the St. Loult Carcrln Cant d.
headed home in a hiht'rrv *',- 600---Bend of America IVOAl
Sgav after oaylin his ebht to o,- 6:I15-PABS' BLUE RIBBON
g ety for income tar violation SPORTS. REVIEW
.-" tron term in federal nenlte,-: 7:00--Lowell Thomas
.ttar. iere efter serving b!' 7:15-Christian Sclence
;l.nuth" arnd three dav. 7:3.0-Report From The Unit-
Th" door of Warden Bemarr ed States (VOAI
L adl.an' .office was opened fr.r' 8:00-The Platter Parade
htiP shortly after hi'ealrfqst anri 8:30-Instrumental Caper.
;*Ph soed toward St. LoJa 8:45--Medlical Commentarv
with n ildentifien man sad .9:00-Cavalrade of America
lamn. '9:30-Jazz Club. USA iVOAI
Clv .tW. photoeraphr~ wre 10:0--Mulsc From El Panama
etP o st e him ye, and 1015-Latin Amern can Serenad
"s car sped past t.bem. 10:30-Varletv Bandbox fBBC,
'11:00--The Owl's Nest
S nto hlers Pnb ews anr 12:'00-- mgn Off.
Effi said tbey chps. _
r (ot miles Om!tites pat' 9 planatien Of Symbols
oer horr. honln" to wet 9 VOA-Volce Of America
,r 8algpn. They sald 'h- B~C-Biltish Broadcastin
id q sun visor down oer Corporation
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ID* -* be" e.lhak iu.ff Gremnch Santa Clara Beach cottages, I
Weif AleIesm AMi Bi elecktn reigeratiorn, gas stoves.,
U011 Aae C C. I modeite rates. Phone 6-441 orl
IR. WENOEHAKE. Medical Clinic. -- Sno
Central Avenue "K" strt.. PeB Ociwrse A ,ot S Snt
Corner telephone 2-3479. P .inom CkI W .a 43 Balbo a Phoi
Panama 3-16877. Cristabl 3-1673.
FOR SALE H on each. Saanta cor A. o
in COOL Camparn mountains
Miscellaneous Phao Sr IAPN" Blboe 1389
at See rcitoker thue.
OR SALE -1950 Ford Station Wa- enr th
gon. mahogany Rattan furnalure. Foster' Cotal One mile pst
Set of G,' Clubs including rag Santa Clara. Please bring your
Phone Home 3201 office 5150. Al- linens. Phone Balboa 2.1866.
brone HorK 20 ca 5150, __ WILLIAMS Sonte Clara Beach Cot-
OR SALE--Piano. Bamboo furniture toges Large. comfortable, modem.
Lamps. Fors. Various. Phone 91, near beach. Bolboo 3050 excep.I
Colc n. weekends.
OR SALE Assortment of good FOR RENT
used office furniture consisting of
3 metal .ecretarial desks, 3 wood- HoUBs .
en desks, metal wall cabinet, tables __
and choirs Room 109 and 110, FOR RENT:--Furnrihed 3 bedroom
Bldg. 514 1. D.ablo Heights. Tel- chalet, correr of Ilth Street and
phone Cao.al Zone Agency Bal- 7th Avenue, San Francisco lone
boo 3489 or L.ncoln Life Balboa block 50th street). Con be seen
1480. from 9 to 12 noon & 2 t1 7 p
OR SALE ---Lolest model RCA Con- m. Teleph-ne 3-2958.
sole radio and three speed record FT I
plover ,alu $600 00. will sell for FOR RENT
$300 00. Can be seen at Halman
S A. Via spaona No. i. Aparments

OR SALE.--Snger sewing machine
in good candit on. $70 00. Tel-
ephone 2-3518. Panama
;ealed bids. for opening in public.
November 2-. 1953. in the office
.ill be rece..ed unitl 10.30 A. M.
f SuperinicndEnt of Storehouses.
IBjboo. .for sJle of Paint Materials
nd Electrca Parts located' in the
'30C" Area. Balboa. and Cristobal
storehouse I.oitation No. 29, with
ull particular: may be secured in the
ftfice of Suoerentendent of Store-
iou.es. teleplhone 2-1815 or from
he above sources.
FOR SALE -Deep Freeze, 25 cycle.
Phone Balbtoa 1718

[onservualion League

kceplical 01 Benson

$CS Reorganization
CHICAGO. Nov. 9 (UP)-- Thi
[zaak Walton League said today
it Is adopting a "wait and see'
attitude toward Secretary of
Agriculture Ezra Benson's -con-
troversial reorganization of th~
soil conservation service.
The League was severely criti-
eal of Benson's original reor-
ganization plan disclosed Oct 1"
But it said that Benson greatly
Iodified his original position' in
a apeech Oct. 27.
Under the modification the

ATTENTION G. I. Just built modern
furnished oportment. on%. two)
bedrooms. hot, cold water. Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Two room furnished
apartment ,.th private kitchn- for
a couple. 4th. St., 7040, BlIod-
woy-Melendez. Colon.
FOR RENIT- A two bedroom apart-
ment, din.rg-livingroOm and gar- *
age. Call 3-3393. .
FOR RENT:-Vacation quarters. New
Cristobal, P weeks. Phone 3-2304
FOR RENT: Furnished modems
apartment for couple or small
family. Pa.llla Road No. 121..GoodI
Price. I

FOR RENT:-Fumished one Idreoom
apartment with efrioea for, suft-I
able for couple. North American
neighbor. Easy transportation, $60.

FOR RENT: Furnished ro fr
single person or mQard couple.
New construction. Sn Francisc
Call 3-2147.

FOR RENT-Furnihed room maniw
couple. responsible gentleman. W.
46. 45th Street, ulptoirs, Bbllo
Vista. '

WANTED T. RENT:--On bedroom
apartment, unfurnished. Bello Vis-
ta or Vista del Mar Area. Tel-
ephone 3-0010 Ext. 27.


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League said. certain re uionat
conservation offices still arpe n- Ik Pro
ing abolished. but various teci- Imke ProcIoi S
nical personnel are being re-Thanksgiving
tainted. Thanksgiving Day
"Unfortunately. the modiflac- present E senhower today of.
tions look like they were impro. ficially proclaimed, Thunaday
vised. In an effort to meet our Nov. 26, as Thanksgiving Day
legitimate protests without rP- and urgea all American toe 4
cedine from a determlnati3n tend church that day "In mc
that the face of the SCS shill cordance with our ha llo d c-
be changed," the conservation torg." -.
League said. The President's proclamation
urged all the nation to ttga it '
"The result has a patchwork in place of worshie nation t
appearance-cartographic offices God f "the miofo.lri l3
scattered here and there. water- he ha bestowed upo .
shed flood prevention staffs .
hither and yonder, certain tech- ion Benevi
nical specialists 'distributed a-Colon BeneV t
mong land grant colleges, and
all the 8CS offices In the states Society Meeit
and' territories augmented by a
variety of staff additions ThursdayAt '. ,
The league said It s difficultt Thursday At 8
to see" how these changes i! .
Improve soil conservation. andi The Colon Love -10
that the "burden of proof" lies evolent Society will
with Benson." ular m AettWhat W1 4
But it said the League s ,Society B ding *
willingg to be sho.n ." lon on Thursday. C
8 p.m. Importa hi
discussed. ; iI

French Schools Close pow 'Ex ri

As Teachers Protest 'ci
Thouahl Control ...al S i :

PARIS, Nov. 9 (UP) Schools
all over France were closed to-
day as some 200.000 teachers
were on a 24 hour strike to press
vwa-,e demands and protest a-
Sa n st alleged government
'tnught control."
The powerful Soclalist-con-
trolled Fedcration of Teachers
union Issucd the strike order
ear'v in October after its fail-
ur" to badger the government
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cuadruple amputee of the Korean War, and Mrs. Smith admire
their newborn son, Don Eugene, at their home- in Takoma Park,
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Attorney General He be rt
Grownell, Jr., promised to docu-
ment today his politicallyex-
plosive charge that former Pred-
ident Truman ignored two FBI
warnings and promoted a known
Russian spy to high government
office in 1946.
Brownell said he would either
hold a news conference or issue
a statement to back up the al-
legation which Mr. Truman and
Democratic National Chairman
Stenhen A Mitchell denounced

.WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 (UP,- the will of the majority 'rather as a "political maneuver" to off-
Assistant Defense Secretary John than an et(ct of Ut. few-, set recent OOP defeats at the
A. Hannah said today he is re- 4) "SpitiUsl valiUes",'l tW to polls.
Tamptng the military education the development of a Democratic The Attorney General Indica-
program to make sure that fight- "philosophy, ted he might make public mcuc-
bg men are taught simply "Unless the 'mkfority of our marines of FBI reports oh the
tnd directly what it means to military personnel have fitmly ae Harry Dexter White to show
e ap American. held convictions of what this "White's spying activities.
TheD eTn s e Department's country means, there is to as- thtes s ng at e
manpower expert, former presi- surance that we will come out for the Soviet government were
dent of ichigan State Univer- right, in the end," Hannah-sa4d. reported in detail to the WhteI
st. said. in an Interview that Government leaders haaVe been House" before Mr. Trunmin ad.i
i~treietInforma~Lon anl edu- increasingly .concerned a b o ut vanced White from A sstwitt
i ''irogran for the armed whether U.S. fighting men in Secretary of the Treatury to U.S.
I "has deteriorated" to a an dra of :pscholgicd skirmish executive director of the Inter-i
e.rc it, needs' a complete and ideoogical L. battle hslve national Monetary Fundl
_sps ment earned the meaning of Ameri- Mr. Truman may be eaumoi--
nh sld the Department can citizenship. President ilen- ed before Senate investigators.to
as decided to go back to funda- hower expressed that concern at testify on the adminiatr tion's
ifeitgas to "improve" the educa- a recent news conference when charge.
tion program. He listed four car- he said it was a iouree oft Wonder Robert Mtorrls hieA c
dinal points and said they will to him that more i stressed in simple terms, owners, in Korea did not fall for Subcommittee which is p
*Ied1ly understandable by each Communist propaganda in view hearings on the case, siid there
soldier, sailor and airman: of the meager education they re- are no present plans to quil Mr.4
1). "The dignity of the indivi- ceive in Americanism. Truman but '1of course, there is
'u'al '- a basic concept of Dem- Hannah said the revision of a pasibility he Maght b ca d."
cracy.v" the military education program Some Dmocra Conhnb
S"Resect for the truth a endorsed In advance by r esi-luding assttRo
basic diflrence* between Corn- dent Eisenhower Was one' of mlead, Ilui hn W. MCormack, u
Witr st"n a dd Democracy." the principal reason he left his rushed to Mt, S TrWm o' define
..1 erelgnty V the people" 'post as president of Miohigan b the
:-gbvernment in Democracy by Sntte.e college to j oin the De- in the furor touched off by the
fense Department. The J oI In t Attorney General.
Chiefs of Staff are "very much Sen. Joseph RA McCarthy (R- 1
aii' lLI ,I interested", in the revision, he Wis.) charged meanwhile, that al
said. "protege" of White's i1 still em-
SH nnai etittclded the program played by the International
under which, the armed services. Monetary Fund despite FBI re-
Ssince early to World War II, have ports to Mr. Truman's adminis-
been trying tp teach the mean- tration that he, too. was a Coin-
J Ln i noDemo Hl.ave not been doing "enough" in McCarthy refused to Identify :
'h eci n" prinograms. deanied evrbe
'P the so-called 'infOrmation and the "protege,." but said the man
iPH, Nov. 9 (UP) The- education" programs. denied ever being a Communist -
g rt aroup of .nationalist Ch- or, spy in testimony before h!s
nelt guerrillas to be evacuated Senate Investigating Subcommit-
Irom Burma arrived in Talpeh -1mo i tee at a closed meeting last
today amid a hero's welcome! month.
1EHigh NationaliT government | b l A high source in the Eisen-
and military officials welcomed tarkson, 6el Push hower administration predicted
e'fjitfrst 152 irregulars to be new Communism corruption I
Ijfved out of the Bur m'e e *a|mM VbmrA charges against Mr. Trunan'sP
l and flown to Formosa. regime comparable to Brownell's
'rae oNationalist government WASHINGTON. Nov. 9 (UP) blast, which kicked up a violent r
kstcs fromnsed to evacuate 2thejThanks in large part to a bun'h political storm and a running
United Nations Main potlcal of "Damn Yanlees," Confeder- battle between Mr. Truman anad
l .m.te .l u debate on a ate Gen.. Robert E. Lee and the White House over who is
i tee holin aint for- Stonewall Jaekoa wil be memo- telling the truth. I
S rooms inside its bordiars realized s 4 lsnd glass at Mr. Truman made it clear In
A rond groun oft 14 Chine.se Washington Cathedral next Kansas City, Mo., that he is
rr shave laid down their week. ready for whatever the Republ-
d crossed the border into The story of the Yankees' part cans produce:
eThllnd. according to re- in the tribu* #o:Lee'and Jack- "'The more lies they tell," lie
S from Rangoon. son was tda here by Mrs. Ernest said, "the more trouble they're
eNationalist government Howard oft$he United Daughters going to Ret into." I
itns to airlift about 150 guer- of the Confederacy, which wll Mr. Truman stuck by his flat
flas a day from Thailand to bold its 60th annual convention denial of Brownell's charge,
='T1neh. in Washington next week. made In a Chicago speech
'oie irregulars, who operated Some two years aeo t e that he knowingly promoted
ji.utrmna since the fall of the Daughters started collecting White to a high post on the,
ineS' mainland to the Com- funds from members for the Internationas Monetary Fund -
Itunists three years ago, receiv- Memorial which consists of four despite two FBI warnings that t
hero's welcome at Talpeh's chapel windows or bays depict- White was a Russian spy. s
airfield. ing episodes fromthe Southern Mr. Truman insisted White
Cheered when they Generals' careers. was "fired" as soon as he was
om the three transport Mrs. Leqg~dO Bashinsky cf found to be disloyal and accused
Ich brought them from Troy. Ala. .Wa in charge of thr the Republicans of trying to ce t
Wearing new Nation-Ia cmpotn. One day she recelvtd "a- headline to offset" their re-
niforms, each guerrilla the following telegram from N dw cent election defeats. i
n a ouick physical lx- York: The Whfte House challenged
S0 Taiwan dollars
Uf.S and to iet arU-1 The UD.C decision for Robertl hm on that. Presidential Press (
E. Lee Men ormil ppe:ils to up1 secretary James E. Haeerty said
asstatesman'ike, froterinal, lhgh- the records showed White re-|t
ly desirPble Therefore a grvlip 'ilned and Mr. Truman accepted b
S! of Damn Yankees has put ,tnto the resignation "with consider- I
the hands of a local member able reluctance."
from New York a contribution of dvieed of this Mr Truman i
$250 to start our ball rolling in -- 1
a challenge to the sons of Dixie
l k.Iim rIt was signed "Anoinvmous.' 1 r P ue i
.y i Thereafter. Mrs. Howard said.
the "Damn Yankees" continuedj T
f you ever wited to play to send in anonymous contrib'-
4(1eeetve shopliter thief Jtlons until they reached "a total
ittf man? of thousands." T TXS sp
I 'your chance. .Mrs. Howard said the f.,t that TO Trn b ll
ry-outs for the Theater both the North and mouth con-
Ofild's ne::est production, "De- tribute to the memori l proves LOUI8VILLf Ky., Nov. 9 (UP)
tc:rve Story" will be held that "this is a great, unite Eleven Lolt patients. eight of
Tttrsday ior women, and Friday country." them in Iron lungs, today be-I
rVr men aspirants, beginning at' gan the biggest mass movement
:30 earth night in the Guild's ;_ of polio respiratory patients in t
'erkshop to the Ancon Laundry i medical es*y,
-Theft rae 34 characters -al! #I The Patatent along with seven f
es- needed for kidney i AG nursery, I tariliyean, and two
.iglsey'a thrilling play which IT representatives, of the National
ks place In a New York police Foundation for Infantile Paia-
;tlvsys, were scahdutld to leave
e of help, cstae union station in two special
epdd by the Guild. I cars at 10:4 m. today.
f nt est'ted in carpentry OtU I moved to the
k, Ots. make-up. etc. are al- B outhwgt caWe toe
rg to come to try-outs. atho u t e lae p the
'P BSLor will be di .po te e st r I ll pital
kid tGordon Wflls. an Al- Se.e folks talk wh;le they Iwr.lc i a -
I lk man who has had a to sleep i ltt
I.t deal theatrles epesrlmu~ 'eLng-e1 Il ,m +k c Pp f a
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responded: "I arlppose it is per- prrupteio to come ha e .out thbaizi-
tectly all right for one man as aid. e0uoil I t and os ue 0ea by tbtt-
another to cal a man a liar, but agaoee.iri their file wdtfUently
it Is not possible to depend on qr. mor mae il that thei.
what they (the.Republicans) are Browpellt ir was no i.Ei a pfii to
saying." Indicatton be pro- Kaa t
Mr. Truma uaid Wht. was dicedoQ of P M~~ t e fhL
"fired by resiion prac- The t the Re- wNirtf I"stilJ t
tie that is 4l g an der pian i n. has OraW, :'
the new admiration Wash- a rd Y em- Wie a
tugton. He wanted to. P' plyes. on for IS year, h
he said, that "he *0i; itod ground tfrl ris. tacs in 1
White from the lRoiob.it ad- iThISld con-
ministration and M as ,r- a I ai OOl to tar-, as O1i
know, I near et White per- exrpost o In a of
sonally or talked t bo b itsg.
The Senates.)re w Jesas t
Subcommittee, hbieadd hen. to
Wllianm Ei. J4a, ot- t- the wea
dared ads' talvifa
tlon, following D ll
and summoned Ma. aytb
H. Vausnan, MIr. Tr Mttags or- ale to g" 1t
im6rt nlitary alde,. toa .Ai Butg tol W lt Notie not
Thursday. VaUghli aILe reporters
"&,lot of. Mal M"UrbOneU% all his doftlal A '06ds-teret ....
charge that he. reel the to files with l-WhvauIhs e l ved

bMra moat a dde' t'. t it
wear buta aOfFwa -
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ocratic. Hona leader, a4 I
Allen Z. ZleAdit (La.) -R-O, CA
among Denocrts whe o-
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Greece, TutPY, Italy, ance
and all of Wftes a urope. Un-
der his leadership ais the Com-
munitts were not permitted to
get away with their ait of ag-
gression in Korea.''
Ellendersaid Brownell's charge
was a "smoke fcreen" r4i
after the election defeats t w
York and *Iaw Jefev -to hi Mthe

re lookldn for action."
The adminstration source r-
porting that more CommIunld.

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In Port Chester
Su r, former
yra Wanagr of New
ankees, is bin "csritl conditlo
nd we are afraid that he wor
ally"- his personal physlcl
daid ( dt.

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tnvestlatlon today o
rermment offielal*
volatmn tbe 110009

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tbat he as "i ellaeof
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most powerful b iim ,.
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