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 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]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01781
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1 5T IS YU8 AIUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN CLEVELAND Mei;ta
+, -- ~this is the season for great ecus-
tions. ..... ...
Walter Reuther. who, anany for.
T HE MAIL BO a fiproletariashTM
o lions of workers from the Champs
O Elysses t Tokyo's i in ia has
The MeMll is *** o pe n terum for reedenr of The Penem Am just publicly accused Ike a "m f
ii. 'Ltto s -re a*elved g eafuly and sre handled le a wh elly P resident Eisenhower' Adinii-
willmfi, tr.tion of "deliberately" aed
If Von .eu ee lu. tter de* e imanetit it does'l appee the to throw this country into rees.-
4 day. Les sa published in t.he srde receseee. sion. This would. cause wil Job-
P hae .y e keep ite lttesn NMmited fs *oI page lnmth, lessness and bankrupt many mall
Ideatily ef later writes is held in strict seNidefse. businessmen.
1 e" d inwpeI- s emmese spely l daka m ,im This week it 's President Zissa.
s ee o hower's Treasury Dept. which is
caught up in the swirl of the mot
di oAN OLDTIMER SPEAKS UP the life of s jatios: FRed
Retired Panama Canal and Panama Railroad employes In iria ly Ient u the eofIa O at
the United States recently have been requested to submit cor- the "*reesssion" is beI Mly
sent on working conditions in the Canal organization. This corn- planned b those in the
wrent Is sought by the firm which is making a study relative to pt. to iure the lBiy"
tpe continuance or discontinuance of the 25% pay differential workers, farmers and si luie.
+now prevailing for Canal-Railroad emploves over compensation nessmen so that banks and meas
rates received by employes performing similar duties in eonti- e lenders will profit
mental United States.
Many of us went down to the Canal Zone during construe- T:'. accusation is made blunly
tjon days. Then, to the beat of our recollection, some typical and directly in Reuther' s eort to
compensation rates were, as follows: Hourly craftsmen. 65c. to the CIO, which he revived a held
loc. an hour; teachers, policemen and firemen. $90 to $105 per together this past year by ewstant
month; stenographers, $125 and $150 per month: personnel clerks, ly flying across the natI, fre-
file clerks, rollkeepers, accounting clerks, storekeepers, etc.. $100 quently in chartered pl ~ to vis-
tf $150 per month; nurses,'$60 to $80 per month (plus room and it even the smallest, m .ata
Lard): physicians. $150 and $200 per month; pilots $250 and onstic of CIO unions wht
$f00 per month. have felt that the n
During the construction days and the earlier years of the would die with the reverd Phlip
cfnstruction-malntenance period we regularly worked 48 to 56 Murray.
lhurs weekly, without overtime pay when compensated at month- But this
ly or annual rates of pay. Clubhouse hospital, power plant, But this report to the CIO's
Lock, floating equipment, customs and other employes, com- h Constitutionealed Cvtla, m"al
Ipnsated at monthly or annual rates of pay. received no extra here, revealed th tn tra"sved
cempenaatlon for services rendered on Sundays and legal hoHl- nethe f fatigued his mouS
him of any Of his famow 11i0u9
SDuring the construction period a healthy competitive spirit cy. For in it he charged:
prevailed among the employes of the several divisions and, fre- "It is hard to believe, after read-
qpently, amonX the different gangs In the same division. This ing the statements of au offl-
gpod-natured but intense rivalry existed among steam shovel ciais of the Treasury t and
o e.rators. dredie operators, and others relative to the establish- the comments. of we4mifored
i4ent of new records in cubic yard excavation operations: lvalry business magazines ad news-
bptween Atlantic and Pacific Lock construction forces relative papers, that certain sections of the
to attaining the'lowest cost in masonry construction operations; Administration have not been de-
apd similar competition between building constrdetlan, anita- liberately seeking a "controlled re-
tkon, and other forces. cee. fl."
Under the working conditions briefly outlined herliA-be-
f re, the 25% pay differential was authorized for nAmerican em- "Such a recession, squeplag out
asoyes in the Canal-Railroad organ iation. Givig consldera- great numbers of smaller busaies.
tMIn to the geographical location of the Canal Zone, the esprit es from the competitive markets P
d corps existing among the working force, th outstanding would further enhance the r
elaracter of the services rendered by the predominant majority position of the great corporatos
-the working force, no doubt existed In the minds of the Pros- which are now so influential in p
nt, the Congress, and the-people of the United states relative Washington." t
the justification of paying the construction force and the
rly operation-maintenance lorce a 25% pay differential over Reuther coupled this charge with t
e s tioa rates prevailing in continental United States for another aimed at the nation's busi- '
ar work. nessmen by adding in his report,
We, the Old Timers, now living in the United States are "Some businessmen talk of the i
Much better qualified to comment go working conditions twenty need for a 'corrective deprw-
amoe years ago than to comment on thoee now prevailing in aion.' "
e Canal-Ralrohd organization on the lasthmus. If the esprit
corps, the spirit of cooperation, and the willingness to ex- 'it the same time Reuther ladi.-
rsl honest day's work lor an honest lay4 aiay has been what may well be. O
e-al- .v.ed, there should Iee q ta e- ti campaign thet a
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a. Of us avnren g to ca uemcan 0
t t to .L t Canal. 1 i ttc If e a ponaisg a A5n;0,,
fr oeanal cotacts with member ofthe e-r a al iome, t
t, rem "'Mal 't letters, and other tacs. p t "accepting" a depreio.
oeyrt s that wim the passage of years, t e Iaal fa-
has begme the haven and refuge of increasing num This, says Ruther, can be done a
,mapbtets ehlentie l omphainers, appealed to Washin by purting wages up "beyond cur-
i4 o tr of smilar l4k, Whoeebasic ,phlepophy appears to be rent productivity increases" and
to do les and less, relying on'their union membership Civil by a mast government employ-
Seovice prtedureu, etc., to keep them on the payroll until they meat program. I
attan retirement age. h
1*re trutaors also that with- the passage Of years, in- This will prevent a balanced bud- a
ea umbers of pant-waist. nasby-pambles are being car- get, Reuther asserts, but he insists
rled on the Canal pay rolls. Rumor has it that after rener tt prospects for such balancing
q e or or two of service, these panty-walsts are so exhausted, must be Junked so that the gov. -
mtlly and physically, that 'they have no recourse except to ernamet can create hundreds of i
1 ttl~emselves to the basemhent of the Admiqistration thousands of new jobs. w
er oterr oasis, for refreshikent and recuperation, following wlc IF
ey toddle back to their desks or other places of employment Of course, these are the lines ta
thereafter, usually are i. to maintain an upright posl- along which the CIO and the Tru- .
without any further prop than the arms of their chairs. man-vedso section of the Dem.- I
Rumor also has it that there is an ever-inereasing tendency aeratic Party will fight the next ly
Sprotest the Canal Administration's ruling by appealing to campaign. And it is obvious that "
nre or officialss In Washington. This. we believe, is bad O0 wfll he the dynamo of this
r "AdistratIe and for the employes, but. particularly, drive. euthir is a steadier, more
ytobe more isaso for the latter than for the former m .t lpaer here at his first
S l w ith worng ditions, compensation rates etc., brought full C vmntiop and the resolu.
a (t re _e pr.aoi. unfamiliar with c6ndltlons on the ts im nder his presidency
Sthereialway is a nlger that the 25% pay differential, will ma'eaning. These state-
a fares On the Panama Line steamers, and other Oats aW e hot so much shadow
S wWtIe lost.J being, as they have been ia the
en eve working force there always are a few .'unhappy" past hen they were written sim-
e4iploy who tor their own good and for the welfare of th ply because resolutions always are
Working force should be eliminated from the organization. Teddy written at conventions.
Xbosavelt referred to these ha "coffee coolers" who, during the d
eUy march, complained because their blankets were too heavy Jeuther's confidence springs
to carry, and who, throughout the night, complained because from the fact that he has a power. C
the sane blankets were too light to keep them warm. ful base, come what may la CIO h
v .The perennial unhly employes referred to above have itself. As resident of the United
iled to discover the nobleness, sacredness. and satisfaction to Auto Workers, he now has as a f
found in worth-while work honestly and faithfully perform- beillwick the world's largest union U
S. Be he neVer so benhted, there is always hope in a man with l,m U member- and a 2
wmo honestly and eaney works. Man ta so constituted that treasury close to $18,000,o00. It el
Sinds little real happiness or contentment in stagnation andis a p-werl union -all built up a
Saon but only in worth-while activity and accomplishment a thoe tve years since Reuther n
Q ervation over a long fte reveals that the busy employee l- took over the Auto Union president.
mt invariably Is happy and contented wnile the employe who li.
Snot given sufficient, work to keep him busy or who wilfulltuy I ,
ht his work and fails to give his best to the task to which In the past year, the same drive, il
i assigned usually Is a disgruntled and unhappy individual the same intensity, the same s/d r
SSeitor Capper once sald, in parT, "A mans job is his bet wi chniatslt te bAurigto dayUn t R
Mufid. It flothes and feeds '/his wife and children, pays the added 225lt the ACto Urolls ahte
iand supplies the wherewithal to develop and become culti- idded iS,00 to CIO rolls and ae.- to
*ted. The least a man should do in return is to love his job. d et worth at over 2 t
is like a little garden that thrives on love. It will one day
M into fruit worthwhile, for him and his to enjoy." Reuther now feels confident he
Ity would keep your 25% pay d.tferential, earn it: Ahd "en take oq the most powerful ofh
4t It not by words, protests, etc., but by deeds. It Is well forces. And he most certainly ha h
mrthaworking for, not only because your geographical location Xh
y t under extra expense during your working years but
use, foUllowing your retirement, the 25% differential
r uetion should be reflected in your annuity as it will be r-
needed when you reestablish your home in the States. Ju
beet course of action we can suggest therefore, Is to
hearts and eliminate from your organization your ou e
Your malcontents, your chronic protesters, and all tt I
a loathe to give an honest day's work for an hon- RI
y. Do this .by ruthlessly having each emulov'a _


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taic around the dmm In~aclud- down from the Jies WUKwt. traf. and elevators to tem up and
d milk strike toN~ only fie Stops. A l .i u t6ps the down and around. fe ha hi auto-
ecause it s- town. A little cii- mats to feed bhm and ll the qn.
pcion of that only sens drop dead. A IItW and trta oept in the world and U h
wo New Yorkers to ma 6a panic. commerce hals. I have seen bWM baseball and btele-
Thbre was nom need thettysteria trucks, taxis, railroads, subways slea-iad his fAvrit*e bar S vey no r
hat sent pea_ erutd ears all id up. and the even flow oi bte But he has UittOle ito sel
ad eves alep.lrs and eity dwlng hall, I av e been because all be can dp i d
mioes away from Mlew .Y .to Jay in the oUnd an d lted tunnels and fume when su h
a a hoard of milk because there .when there. was M week ev- .
'as plenty of powand miBk and rating atepypd. =vga pa .erdh. is nobody so, g. as a s
evaporatedd milk aruad -. y holiMy week en thrns tIv wl idW
But the shortage kit and the pan- rpmamblent life e a city into operators in S tv h
e was one, and the city folks went so i *ek e
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rms and change about." all the cars a t oc abo edt er, d waha t
a. i veboda wa w eatsthema b w
The cif man and woman five in the most classie traffic am f th slmufe pot
state of that is so eas- aie. the ate"lj.us '.e" quo
y.W ar t h are I find it doiffoU g to get m u snow anraM i tda a I lat es te
-so s a t tow to dowftie andcro a has S"ome sn e 1
my mld the sta- asy directionL. WiwUt pae some sme.
. Bun- eal strikes, r rain or sno. Anybody that evir uvig in a sea aO
N trs rt r u leveatr w t anywhere for a Labor Day my life, because I nevI R
tbnal_ s-_ fo L- k end mil low tlhat yojt a eott oat pope _.. s ... .
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ad may reaonbly expect to retain the 25% pay dif.
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V-1arvyce wJas Justified when it was authorized and
tJlong W1 tbre.a If the conditions now prevalling
Rao TAM*ae orschthat just i catoin for Its continuamm- mm s Telle I
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MW. 31- at the Quarry Heights Marvin A. r nedbu g and Mrs. ae t et it d n
EMutik j18pb'fr thebr rqgugiiar Jamef 3. a~Is co-hosteaaea. "So here's my strategy--4d it
c wl-atA S.S-0 luncheon Mr . and Mrs o aua lyworks always d an a
gauutsed4!l- uA sot, gs W to et s. dead-
c.,ded one of her own a.- liae for rThe lawna~hs to CANAL AGENCILS, St ,
iompoition, -dothl lthee w be mowed by Saturday ni t be-
.to the Mncheon c out in the table dscor- OSusS we're having guess for Cathedral Pl
.. i .. .* rFont al., Mr n nd the backgro d dinner. Tel a M a o atmA
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e]r M.e luncheon table was cen- "The seeen door has to be re-
Ji 0 t owrn d Wa. .. a .k a- AA A
1 0^T he a tton-at pearr .n.u. ^^Wives b e I held Its regular there Wes a re ason
MWivs bMet. v iAimt- placed alb ltervahl r I "ThL a wa I'm not n laga n while
,0 8o r t teiroboie abio ,1 o oamc-steas sf ,o, + about oeb thate ai m
holl-. wihe".pamset h t l Wr. Uual y o re 1 w.ya fAind FCan,
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s Mn Mrs. r. s. n W Mrs.Nn th too. ThatT why Im p
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,r. L.; a e, i ta. W.. tem Chrst okbfor nohtois.eth Pr THIS WEEKt
luY U ,onMr. r. a r ow damning atnlluded the eo tr a h iwh as
ald a st MrL s.Wllam t a Mrs d-t m e.etimng ere Mrs. C. W R rb -WSorTTe

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Mirs. J,, 8. Walker. Mrs. L. H.se
.DeVore aid Mrs. Re! Sellen.
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gIup will be held Dec. 9 at 1 O-30P.*C:- Df.
2 am, at the church. Mrbs. R. A.
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Wa Griffith. President, Germtikit Kiptppe p e Herrings
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I FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS I FR SALE COMMERCIAL & .
Household Automobiles hem hor a d A*eswM p Hous e n bech,- Sant Claro. Ao Ar automobile
-'- a"eh i 11 mllpm Do in COOL Capana mountains.1OFIONA L
-UST SACRIFICE new G. E refrig- FOR SALE -Reas.noble. 1951 Chev- 2051 Au s 0. 1 Phone S RAPIn41L Babo 1389 oN
qrator. 60 O 7 cu ti Reas,,- rolet Bel Air. Excellent condition. Dor see cartaker their
able offer accepted Albrook 2247 Phone 3-12.80. DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic
or eegs Call ren ORSALE-Onaccount of voyage. Telephone 2-3479, oPanama. Soana Clo Peebuingyouw urcha
3. will sacrifice Plymouth 1953. two linens. Phone Siabo 2-1661
FOR SALE--argain Refr erators door sedan. almost new. import FOR SALE
FrOidoire anrd Coldspor. child's duty paid, prilce $1,850.00 cash. FFOR RENT Two cottlpge, s e -nt W5 CE
dresser and tot-box, table. shelves delivery 'loiember 24. No deleors Clara, $50-00 eachIr per month.
binds, latce ork, oures Huse After 12 ron at Colit 46 Este i ll n ie. olboc 2756. Schilling. d atv. end durable
0310. Catle Herght.. Aricon 8. Apt. 4. FOR SALE:-English bicycle. "Felix" WILLIAMS' Ste Ckara Beach Cot- *
OR SALE -Bend.x Economal auo- FOR SALE: Black 1949 Coupe, in perfect condition, $25.00. Ther- toge Lale, e s 0ilos modern, at rpOf COating
mot.c aOher. 60 cycle, 100 rew tires, R. & H. with overdrive mos for tr.p, $10.00. HNws 14, near iBlba. 3050 0 ce pt : c
0779 I, W,.l,amsor, Place. Balboa Cn be fi.*anced. Phone 2-3602 7th. New Cristobol. walkends. m Y p6und packa.l
S SALE II Cu It. Fr.gdre. Can be seen 0851, Balboa Road FOR SALE:--Boxer pups, AKC reg- Gramlich Santa Clara leach cottages, und pa
FR SE -aI. Recnie Church of Christl. istered. Telephone Panqma 3-5371. electric refrigeration, gas staves, in all ior,
Best offer. Balboa 2-4327. IFOR SALE 1948 Hudson Power FOR SALE:-Ship to hoe BCt23 m-56t rats. Phone 6-441 or
Betofr.Blboa - Dome 8 CvI. motor in 1940 body. 4"562. rtE.es. P hon for.
FOR SALE -1932 Coldsoot retr ger- Do e id otr0. Bn 1oa bd. transmitter with power p P 1 aOc1r i o I W tY OVEY, INC
Duty paid. $150. Balboa 2734. 8 n Sli2ds. Oforiwld iiteefA Sat ax
ator II cuft'. Large freezer unit. .. receiver. Mahogany nd k i-- -d 'essetl' d & ..--."Ocasdcoto 0. IE
Albrook 625c eFOR SALE: -- 1951 Pontiac Six 4 vanity with mirrors, ric Ironer 45, Phone I A- l et
aoor sedan. 2172-A, Curundu af- 25 cycle, small tritycle. Col Grm. Panam e 3.1877. Cri hi I 3.16 73. 1
FOR SALE --r aclio RCA ,th record ter 4 p. .-n boo 6-406.
player. Prelil I i. St No 14 - .... E T
'Apt. I. alter 30 FOR SALE:-1950 Cadillac 4 door FOR SALE-Piano, Trayser, upright, FOR RENT
FOR SALE:- One Smn l ingcn sedan, perfect condition, new white beautiful tone. Mahogany finish HOU .
FOR SALE: ,-- One rimmcns rgle side wall tires, radio, seat covers $25000 House 168-D, Pedro
0314 Cbed and sp hts An o s Leaving. Can be seen at No. 52 Mguel. Tel. 4476. FOR RENT:--PuInmbied JIuse for
03 C50th St. facing "Baturro." PAN A C L MAhr or four mnth 6 D
F__OR SALE -Stove. %ofbed. dining- PANAMA CANL A street bi Do. 1La i
FOR SALE -tove. sofa-bed, dning- FOR SALE-onvertible 1948 Stude- MISCELLANEOUS TM P ember first. Two he roomo dining L
room set. bedroom set etc Apt baker Champion. Radio Spotlight. SALE noom, sittfingram, mqlroalr ,ra
4. Eldorado Phone 2-3877 or 3" duty paid, to and paint. 8 months Sealed bids. for open in public. tc. Gol Haghts, tw rent U
0763. old $683 CO. Phone Balboa 2- will be recer.ed untilI 1:30 A. M .1650 per month flectrlicty -
FOR SALE.-Porch screens, enelian 4220. 1413-C. Balboa. november 2 1953 the offce Snd water lauded Call Ponama
blnds. Dr, closet. Heating attach- FOR SALE.-1952 P.ck-up. Perfectiof Superintiednt of Storehouses. 3 9 ;
met, 3 wooden cabinets. Phone condition Telephone 2-2064. Juan lboa, for sale of miscellaneous FOR RENT: Furnilsl d' hou se on
t, oo an h rel- oc 20. antools coated at Crustob Storehouse, Miguel Angel Parades street, Gblf a
408. 2MigeAe ParodWE u e r ss s pltM, I
4. G i andSection Balboa Storehouse. In- Heights No. 26. Telepie 3-3605.
FOR SALE -Bargain.1,h ingroom et FOR SALE -1948 Ford 5 Passeeor vitration No. 28 with full particulars
leather upholstered No 29, 48t1 Couoe. Radio. heater, $450. After may be secured in the office f Su- "'
street. 4 30 p. m. Call Balboa 2-2421. perinterldent of Storehouses, tel- FOR t -R TI 0
o phone 2-1615, or the above sourc-
''OP SALE --F.,e piece. mahogan, FOR SALE: -- 1936 4 door sedanpon -1o, r- es A WW
i"rportable electric ':Sane"y newg take rit House 168-D, Pedro Me- FOR SALE --1948 Nash Sedacn, 3N ,-A T-ir I &. I &.just blillm rnd .ALERI ,, N
tachmen~ .2032 L' 3rd Street Cu- FOR SALE 1940 Buick Coupe o rhd.la ts Venet a blinds B1be noms hot. cold water. Tel- ,5.00 anI '.
Z Cafll rom 8 10 1n w Sverv gxd iruning condition Con 0.eon rag.Ba mo bedro namas, hot, il. cd wWter T |n5A | I i M
r undu C. Col from 8 to very g Cd ,un ng cond .on. Can Tel. 2-2677. House 5507, He ns o e EN me nt If .t of g
mcrnngs.. be e Curundu, house 2044-B St. D.abT FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment, 2 al e
R SALE--.-odern be room set bedroom, th street bi* No. 15 in
nglelhone .' FOR ALE -Aquarst mted o de Mar T n 3 52 1950 Ford 4-or aI
singleplrt .,o ~SAL pumps.P 2Acuario Tropical, 55 Via It 8 top. rlhm ei plsiC rvte Wate ,






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R SALE --L .n groom sui e Scoch. Boats 0 MO to Espaoia. phone 3-5411. I. t IDN
2 chairs. co'ee table. 2 e'd tableiB. oas SALE -Complet Delt FOR 1ok fNT.--iel 2nd fleet apeet- era overIne
all mahogs, $1,0 0 H.ue 786 FOR SALE Diesel Bot Engmie FOR S AE -- Co e Da oes lat three bee es e. is
Apt-C. Toernilla St Balboa. C Buda 6 cylinder. 100 HP, Model 12O band-scw, floor drill pr, Jig- ltre, lnback Ie lele s iORll M, 5WO .
Z cf- -468 with 2 to I reduction gear. ISaw. all i lrh m2olrs and attach- n iil "t7. RIN9 1 a. T- *'00
R SALE-Maytag wa.her 2 cycl" 4 00 p week doy. Call Bal-i ments. Plu-. comme-cial type paInt reoom o .ONfide e, "
Firt S P..rel, No 6. Apt. 4 bo 3332 Monday through Friday. sprayer, large tank. De V;lBiss gun hot L,,, evri' etSe .A J.







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Tel 3-30000 730 4 15 for details. Call 6-467, Sand 7 p. m. ggjg oo
OR SALE -Apartment sze wash- FOD SALE: Wizrd "Super ALE-German hphd p
ing machine, cheap. Must sel by euto armo, ra4 dent l -I I make excplient pets or walh" OR REN opar I .- .e
Friday. Lec.ving for thi States ti on. prices for quck sell. Phone .Telepone Panam 3-1500. met a cin s e a
Phore 3-3646 25-3433. fri" pneaa TO 0 eY ac seq"a
UFFLERS for 1941-48 Chevrolet, FOR SALE:-1I2 ft. racing ,. TO BUY A .e '
Plymouth, De Soro and Qhrysler, cellent for car top. $125.00. Also bler l Tu~ian." No. 200 CenV1lP',' Ve M FOR T M!"rn19'40
1942-48 Ford and Mrcury and family rurlobout. mahagon Rea- A enue. In Be Vet ia
1939-5J)Oldsmobile. Priced from eo bAae. Mern.t 'NiN: 9k ,Petrl .enewn gARIrss to
$5 57 to S9 28 FIRESTONE Avenue. WANTED you:. refrigerator. as a buv ifreo, Id cawilieg "Pcoup e$920.0 Rave n ()
Jose Fco ee Ia Ossa Ave. No. 39 etrade-in on a nw"Crose" y Shelvq- Teh"3- 9, ,-:-. Than l d-VK
,, ,, ,PositiondOfferkCyrnoi. TivoliDCrossing. 2--._ .Ue,,k-i
IOIVE THOROUGrRID German Sho-CWrossing. hn 2,4-aii""M eunshed 1949 Buic k Cov., .roiol' Clu
ST bE German Shep WANTED -Reliable salesmen to LOST F unfulted, Almbra's Office ,
erd Ipolice? puppies for Chr.istmo,. oele as Club Agents. Be your LOST& 6FOUND 8061, 1n0itStr. Clulbas OfTel- Ara l
IrO Pro pect street. Balboa Hgrs Case Feo. Central rnd Julia Aro- LOST --On pie 8 or train tortoise bspaI.ho s for anr e
OR SALE -Beckwith piano Metal Semena Avenue 6013. Co'on. shell tri-fnc-, glosses. 500. Re- FOR RENT:-,Completely fuhnli S .00. rst .
DDward 2-3765 or 2-1377. oparmentOne 08a l1i
Dinette set. Deep Freeze 60 Cvl WANTED--Spray painter, welder's __oombssareet.tTel. b2edrooa 9i Il He ih tthe
8 pc. bamboo lv,ngroom set. iouse helper. "Tvci uSO a -i4= e. .a
29, Las Cumbres, office Tel. Pan- epoo sFE0743vr
S-6 _Wanted Position Newo s1948 Kaiser Sedas, ,o
.ALE--25 cycle refrigerator. P tookR
7 2 cub.c feet, excellent condi- STENOGRAPHER. male, bilinhgual. -n I4$..O
t-on. $100. 3 ,enet.an blinds for experienced. w.ishes position. Ad. Ad.fullprice.!
for fom.iv., 1 bedroom apartment dress R. F, Aporrado 488. Pan- The extraordinary account of FOR RENT-.Fun t '15th .The .uar-
$12, 25 c cle 3 speed phonograph. am the French expedcitton w]jr, n ag Federo au era .
$20. Call 2-3737. 5724-A, Dia- discovered ad explored a net. o0. monthly. Full I sto' a nd fl ow., te .at.
-Oblo. 1 of caves 2.00v feet fnde.- warehouse ilthwo hoiarm lw 1947 Nash, 4id4 Mg gseda will ata4 lt 31i ALa.
"PrTnceis Pittern." American Pea- subject Of "Caves of,A ve ture' Street, teet loen Avenida Central an d- lC
Sples Encv:lnpedo. 20 volumes w,.th breesestO L in. 1 o o .7 l .. I ,.,
Case 5282" Morrison Sr., Diablo L books placed In circaulatiin du- 'gT I
Canal zon. lang the week by the Canal Zone
American oler "Lihr Lrary. 1951 n Copy., go
OR SALE: Electr.c Refrigeratore .o.One ofI the members of this hTtop, goo "tires,
Like rc., Ere Luxe model. Automa- In re tlon of the fact that went o d oas killed; othr ca era
tic Detroite Ten cubic feet capa- in"reai*"n numbers of Lth i n atn 0r caverns .
city. Erg,-ten months old. Still cesin numbers o Latin enornts& and to follow tSho4
guaranmeea for three and onehalf lth rcan pre Moving throu h m m-l D course of a grea I *
$ears Thi..e guaranteed for three -he New Orleans !teway, Se uiermO river. U t I.d ad n," VaF..ty
and one h1-l years. Three Hundred Maison Blanche department The complete liat of new books aw, will e e ated i by 47 Frd CM 8 cYL, a
Seventy ase Dollars caIsh. Amer- or a "Ce hs created on ts .mier and their author announced by youth. ll to the ar CU 0
A ica Aporrnefnts. Apartmrent No. =., fb.or a"eLo dea e rs u" t hs obrrpiry this week foloows: routAr eN.3fl on d Ao". t 2h js ]ek o"ck, 0lMremar
corner of Ist and Ricardo Arias Gor the convenience of visitors, d.tion: General Educaticn I'O nlyhrho. N.. 8. I e-
Streets. Canampo Alegre especially students,. In School agnd College; and The I'tt7b W. led -S "I-
In charge of an attractive Conflict In Educaton in a Dem. eeu with a cut of Lir-
Jvlethodist Church Ctitian m,.tron who lived In ocratIc Society Hutchins, n e l]ta'Wonden 1946 ,ukk Cquv, Io
France for many years. the La- Googy -a Caves of Advtn- r.efh U t enrsn'U t.
.Amec "nter" main- ture --Tasleff. HLtward.ught oI.t.. i
O Sponsor Dinner ains close liaison with Spanish- Travel, dBio rapby and History. wth his aredrlon; drama ofnG.ic.of
T speaking slesclerks throughout Father- dear Father Bemel-ihhsk by members of the Youthtle
store' scores of special mans; One Million Islands frt ii Fe awO; I to UU Ue'"yy I _________:
O n November 28 shops and departments. 1 a910 "0111n; Dead Man ian o'
Before creating the center the Silver Market Menen; tepas l tezl Pin .M
A "CincuenEtnario dinner were Latn Americans may a d te'-Triump!! of Sclencewl sod" 14 .- ot
n.a Methodist Church Sundi.a' in for information both con- Fiction: The Saint vs. Bcot.- thes affcar mite a gerlowr: Tr W s, Air e
mool department as a means nected an unconnected wth land YaTe -- Chartevss; Free- Th ]ifrts. Lucille w e

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des' hall on Nov. 28 at 5:30 hundred mmles or so of Naw Or- Queue -.- Nckintosh.I The Flow- Cd 8 tR
.t. ~ Tickets are being sold at creaingly to students from La- 'mpen .-Laiy Kenyon. Tricketstbe .fo"C.
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.,.talned from members of the '-o offer these students a see F -s, L- Agmnew; iamtla i ToDnc M Say .
rday cEhool department or choence to become better ac- p-- tO the Fair -. rock' A

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Church By-The-Sea
Harvest Festival
COLON. Nov. 19 The annual
Harvest Festival of historic
Christ Churol By-the-Ses will
be observed on Sunday with ap -
propriate services and special
musie for the occasion by the
Choir Guild.
The schedule for the day will
be:
6:00 a.m. Parish Communion.
9:00 a.m. Choral Bucharist and
Sermon.
3:00 p.m. Special service In the
interest of youth.
i:So p.m. Solemn vensetg,
Sermon, Procemsion, Te Deu r
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parish will participate in the
procession and present their
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- U.. diplomatsaid today that
prospects for a five-power con-
ference on Tdhste now appear
considerably brighter.
the calmer toaS reaOont
speeches by u a's Mar-
hal Tito and al premier
Giuseppe PeOh aAd a recent re-
sponses from the Yugoslavs to
new western ropal for the
meeting. They lo for a similar
encourage respen fre Italy
in the nemfew days.
The western powers have been
trying to set up teO e erare
6ice an Oct. RUJL. de-
claration set off a wave of vio-
lent Yugoslav and Ital la rem-
tolmns. Both nations clam the
entire Free Teitory of Trieste.

States and Britain oup Zone
A, Include the ye ort city of
Trieste. In heir declrtilon the
United State and Britain an-
n6unced thb ir intention to with-
draw fromone A and turn over
its administration to Italy.


talls. They said. however, that
the' preliminary reaction of
TYugslavia was favorable.
Thseoffiieal also noted that
PeOl told the Italian Chanmbir
at Deputies yemrday that Italy
Is ready to Join It diplomatic
negotiations to settle th e Triest
dispute. This was the first tie
Peft set no prior conditions for
Italian participation in attempts
to negotiate a solution.
The American authorities said
Pella's speech landtted Italy
will send a favorable rely to the
propows for the Conference.
Officials said. however, that
It and Yugoslavia till will
lkely be a little too far apart In
their positions to warrant Im-
mediate Issuance of formal In-
vitations for 'the conference.
They said more beAd-the-
seenes diplomatic maneuverin
will be required before the twe
disputing nations can bu bbeouht
close enough together to make
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SYDNEY, Australia, Nov. 19 (UP) Amer-'SCOUt
S etca's Davis (up chances took a dive toda) when two Joe E
Australians stopped U. S. champion Tony Trabert man Na
and Wimbledon champion Vic Seixas of Philadelphia Works w
by the C
in the semi-linal round of the New South Wales National
pective a
S.championships. players o
h Le%% is Hoad's cannonball serves and slick vol- Joe is
post. He
lying combined to retire Trabert, of Cincinnati, pitcher il
6-1, 6-0, 5-7, 7-5 before a cheering crowd of 10.000. tonal n
Top-seet'd Ken Rosewall played a superior club m ti
game onil the baseline to defeat Seixas 6-4. 6-2 and Zone Bas
Accord
6-3. in thile exactly 60 minutes It was Rosewall's dieman
fourth victory of the year over Seixas. some ful
The New South Wales championships were con-
sidcred an important preview of the Davis Cup chal- Jamai
legene round next month,


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DIALO HTS. "With' A Sonq In My Heart"
S' Friday "LAST OF THE COMANCHES"
Careion CARPENTER a Jan STERLING
Pedro M "SKY FULL OF MOON"
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Shapes Up 'As Best Of 1953
The boxing program scheduled rms hel throughout the yearglov for te amuel nwkl
for Sunday night at the Panama which trehavebeen bigger battle. Ma che, ow
Oym to raise funds for the re- "name" fighters, the excellent er of a donat a-
turn of the body of former ban- ob of matchmking for this other t U Pto or the
tamwelght champion Panama Al card promises to make it a great Aet. .
Brown for reburial on the Isth- sucqeas If the bouts turn out The l will fea-
mus shapes up as one of the best to be the thrillers they shape up city ladsi
of this year. obe on paper. a'n i they lr
S' lantle Ilolon. Sam-
There are two ten-round co- The program sponsored by imom at from the
features In which 145-pound- the "Los Tigres" Club and Is get- 1awkins and
ers Luis Samuels and Baby tin cooperation from several Aepresent the
Hawkins will slug It oat and bong enthusiasts and sorting
Rodolto Ampudla meets Rodol- goods representatives. ankle
fo Francis at iZo-pounds In a Evans, who Io the Benlee sport- The cad will be rounded out
return bout. ing goods Iathmlan tepresenta- by' ywo four-round prelminarieq.
Although there have been pro- ive, s donating two pairs of A lo Chuta kes on M
Pacheho t und poun wil
Roberts, Giel Top Players irAdmilonttle' Babe Patroyl
Roberts, Gel Top Players r
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can Cricketers On Snider's All-America

sed6 Visitf Her -
By STEVE 8NIDER threat talent but because the
I United Press Sports Writer were worklors talbacks with
ens inTere greater oppto shine.
NEW YORK, Nov. 19 The Each ws named t times to
opoed^ visit of a Ta- ballots are roiling In with votes the United Pros Dkaekfleld-Of'
opposed visit of a Ta- for the 1953 United Press all- The.Week.
rocket team In Dece-n- America football team and one Faloney1UmtAlfd iJreeten
awakened unusual In- more won't awing the election, of Mar.ya 91d offense
ong cricketers on the So here's our personal vote makes the T eM gEie'r- they
dropped Into the ball& box. do while Lattner n aDl-Ame'r-
I. organized by the 12 Ends: Don Penza, Notre Dame, ea a yeag ma Not Dame's
ns. Surrey. La Boca. and Carlton Massey, Texas. bread-amm-butter bal eardrie,
Oamboa. Moreland, Tackles: George Jacoby, Ohio bass receiver ad mkte,
:. Silver City. CloveJly, state, and Jim Smith, Baylor. Garrett and Carotne, placed
Excelsior. Wanderers, Guards: J. D. Roberts, Okla- on the second team, are certain
, has oeen undertaken homa. and Crawford Mirs, Mis- to be heavy voe-getters. Gar-
new spirit in the game sisslppI. rett, a seatital pss, Is the
Prove the standard of Center: Larry Morris, Geor- kingpin in Staniord's xurprlsing
e local cricketers. gla Tech. surge and CiriftI b the all-
ge of all arrangements Backs: Bernie Faloney, Mary- time BIg 10 record holder for
international series Is land; Paul Glel, Minnesota- yards gained rum g.
I Zone Cricket Board John Lattner, Notre Dame; and Bolden Mis hlgan Swite's to
I undei the presidency Paul Cameron, UCLA. ball-toter wbt PIrker, who had
n C. Brown. SECOND TEAM some rough Aitptoois, was. an-
Il profits of the tour Ends: Sam Morley, Stanford, other workhorse who figured
vided between the .t- and Howard Pitt, Duke. prominently In Mi stpp!
ieket League and the Tackles: Art Hunter, Notre State's touchdown production.
iket League. Selecti Dame, and Stan Jonesq Mary- Most of the lremesf on both
Iket League. s elect io land. teams are nationally known with
alt teagues will be mde Guards: Henry Bullough Mich- the exeption of 1ullough, Michi-
ket lea ues. Igan State, and Tert'y oberts, gan State guarl, tlhe'"qlre" in
ay matches have been Missour. the Spartan forward
over the Christmas Center: Leo Rucka, Rice, There aImp In't rn m for
Year's holidays because Backs: Bobby Oarrett, Btan- a flock of rlte 6 lay-
usual combination of ford J. C. Caroline,. Illina s; L;' e atad t intloes t it are
cessive non-work days roy Bolden. Michan S and ertala to heavy 'pwtt
bargain round-trip Jackie Parker, i
isportation that can be Roberts gets ou n" t
through the excursion man of th r
be conducted between Back of th iear,.
and Jamaica at that Ame he fir tra
Camera= Olel rew temi l
oress fp tW ons week after
w to. allow the maxt- weerk datessm-sm -
ocl players to partleic a fo tlIpl
he international series, i-@
;hes have been bed- .
in each match a d-"
ral team will parti!-
arrangement makes it J'.
or a minimum of 44 lo-
i to face action against SILLIA S
able Jamalcans. '" ..' '1.
opening three day
Balboa on Dec. 25. the "
Irs willtanglei h It wat Charlie Dressensa fault that the o lsyn st the
y, the Atlantic Cowtg World Serisq after all Nor the itt Carl Fuirtle, bwited trang
the Coltsto .ve the Docher ehina kau .kl shave. An in t d ae hi.s
the Jamalcans In a on lak ofpitching depth, e r, Step up and tl the
ngagement. On Jan. 1. It wast piS eter $t p ad to .
tie All Stars are booked WV ayI8, *%!. i lrady. -R Fih Ut .
the West Indians In a ays asb,.ttu.s' who.,. 6 = a Drs wribm
match. A one-day a great einit reo .
th the Pacific Colts w'e been uig te.derott ot
on a date to be an- trait to the nspiring, rs, for the
in the near future. shuddering juSt to think of Iful contrast IA
"I don't khow and care lee where the aii niq
Orts rief ori linated. I find it born# 4 degrading. It sh d be stop-
"In this age when'we all know something about' plrehology,
--- we should realise people respond to the name tUE a called,
. ,ia PRESB" If you have children you would not call them BlotU' If you ex..
SMaryland. The pected them to amount to anything.
the Waryshlngton D.C, "Sports writers should set an example of fair play. here-
mal horse race 'Wor- ore, you still think 'The uma Is a good name to call these
Second"- returns tor1 4ae young men, then give the Yankees a similar nickname, 'The
aday by plane. Four Tramps.
rs will make the trip. ymZe oncein sa while a iwstetof this nature rtl In
.__0-- b _l this Is the first time It has been use ,to- exp te
A1NSING, Michigan.- Brooklyns' endless futility again the YankeesIn the World
halfback Billy Wells I Series. Wondering how Walter O'Malley. president of the club,
to rejoin the Michigan felt about.the matter. I solicited hi views.
ball team today. Wells WONDER
led from a hospital aft- WONDERFUL UTT2dR CREATURE
*g off a case of pneu- "Although your correspondentlpofesses not to In ite ited
Sthe orgn of the term," OMalley answer 'by return mail.
-oO "for hstrcal purposes it should be noted 'The llia' Is a lraln
BOK. -'Two football child qc your W lard Mullin and Is, to my mind, a wonderful
ant rules standardized little tcature indeed.
pro-college and high- 7 Dod l1rs, you khow, are not Just a, baseball team. They
e.. Harvey Harmanh of leanm1 thn to people who have never seen a game. The
maW Steve Owen of the Dodgers are thsymlboof tUb underdcs, sad wel-so is The
SGiants made the pro- Bum.
"A few years ago a movement was started In certain rtqk-
-oOo- lyn circles to transpose The Bums Into 'The Ferociou Oentle-
BEND. Indiana. No- men.' I am happy to state this pompous attempt at ffectation
trainers expect two In- was utterly unsuccessful. It is not simple to explain to the out-
ayers to be ready for sider, bat the erhortation. 'Come on, you Btms' Is not an op-
turday. Fullback Nell ppobrium. Rather, It Is an endearment.
as a wrenched elbow... "Something of this quality is mirrored in th4 fact of Mul-
am Palumbo, bruised lin's character. There are.signs of pain and tamoU ilk his fea-
tures, on occasions, unhappily, bruises and contualons, an, of
-oOo- course.4ie Is in tatterr. but always in his Is a lp ook .. t ld
APOLIS. Minnesota defiance and prideful resolution. At thEan .al be Is not
Paul Glel is on the in- without guile and often then noble apept ste mkk b a i sly,
with a bad back. Olel mischevtous twinkle not unlike that what Ji 46. b, In a
e-threat tailback Is 'lsdainful urchin's eye asuhe etqkU his rebo lewoa *. to n a
candidate for All- brick bat at amilk hat. 'T ..
"oyo, I cannot lend myself to any u8 l%
---oOo-- has as ts objective .the demise of -
USE, New York. Brooklyn are concerned the lovable
Bob Leberman of the Besides, most of us talk ourselves too l
football team Is re-' our souls to be lampooned now ndd theo. .
from a broken nose! days The Bun will have the IM .h on, M N t
against Colgate Leber- I'd say, when we finally beat the Y: nk)M.
play his last collegiate *
urday. wm s, T
o-..0- Well, this would seeo to U.
BUS, Ohio. Tackle of the bal club stands
coby is the only ques- for anybody 5 to
.k as the Ohio Stateblam Theasun Ir.a
am works out for Sat- the .,Tt
game with Michigan.
aa broken toe. A
RBOR, Michigan. -
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d men working out for t
Gene Kuutson is side- .1 him

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LS ANGELES, Calif.. Not. 19
(NA), Since taking charge in
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thle b. crosatown rival, South-
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A meeting of remremtattva
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iMossadegh bellowed today that
he would fast unto death when TWENTY-NINTH -ER PANAMA. R. P., THUIRSDAY, NOVMBIDU i, 1953 I c .e
the prosecutor at his treason
trialar ordered h
face further confinement in a
"I'll go on a hunger strike un-
S die" Mossadegh screamed anad Wants I or Gouzn o
Then he wept and made sweep-
ing motions with his hands.
The latest exchange between
th. 72-year-old ousted premier
and prosecutor Hossein Aze-
moudeh began when Azemoudeh
"creating difficulties for us."
Azemoudeh said Mossadegh OTTAWA, Nov. 19 (UP) to which White, aroMld "Glas- members of his party may drag
had worked himself into such Canada would accede to a per- ser, V. Frank Cooe and others their feet on Mr. isenhower's "
frenzies that he h.', suffered sonal request from U.S. Secre- allegedly funneled IL.S. secrets. legislative program next year to
mild heart attacks. tary of State John Foster Dulles Jenner, in a message delivered get even with the Republicans
"This man tMossadegh) may to permit Senate investigators to by subcommittee counsel Robert for reviving the White case. 1,.
S get heart failure and die-just question Igor Gouzenko "only Morris, asked Dulles to do hise ut- said the GOP has declared "po-...
as I myself became serlopsly ill with the greatest reluctance," most to get Canada to "recon- litical war with no holds barred .... ,.
yesterday and thought I was a- official sources said- today. sider" and let Gouzenko come to and no ethical involved."
bout to pass into the next world Washington. Republican leaders today ap-
outo ass t e next or The announcement that en. Other developments in the po- pleaded President Eisenhower's
pt-and uan the blame will be William Jenner had asked Dulles litically-explosive inquiry: pledge that all subversives will
put on us,' the prosecute or said. to make personal appeal to Ca- 1. Former Secretary of the be rooted out of the government
Mossadegh immediately inter- nadian authorities caught offi- Treasury John W. Snyder told a by next year' elections but they
preted the prosecutor's state- cials here by surprise. They said reporter that "I do not wish to made it clear that the Commun-
mvnt as s threat against him. the request, if It was nt t by comment at this time" on the 1sat issue will still loom large in
"This executioner wants to Dulies, would be "highly embar- subcommittee's disclosure that the 1954 campaign.
kill me," Mossadegh shouted. rassing." he both promoted and praised Varying interpretations were
"When an attempt was madeth
on the hahs fe Feb. 4 1949 The case of the former Ru- Glasser after the latter had been placed on Mr. Elsenhower's news
they killed the would-be assas- sian cypher clerk who first tip- tabbed by the FBI as a spy sus- conference remark yesterday
siu on the spot. Now they'll kill ped off the world to Russia's pect. that he hopes the Rudo-in-
me and also kill mv murderer atomic energy espionae aa- 2. Republican congressmen and ernment controver will e a
ratus has become a poitca hot political leaders made plain that matter of history by he time the
and everything will be forgot- potato in Canadahey intend to keep he spies- congressional electmof are held
ten." potato in Canada. i-government issue alive as one next November.
Azemoudeh told the military Officials said it was highly of the main GOP talking points Some Republicans tog the re-
court hie would order the frail unlikely Gouzenko, who Dyes in the 1954 election ca l mark to mean that th President
defendant removed to an ordi- under Royal Canadian Mount- President Eisenhower indda expects the government to be
nary cell and "'subject to the ed Police protection some- at his news conference yester- cleared of subversives bY next
Usual prison discipline" if the where in Canada, would be day that he hopes the issue will November. They heartily en-
continued to keep the court in permitted to go to Washington not play a big part in the cam- dorsed that promise.
a turmoil, to testify "in any event." Such paign. But others the Mr. El-
"I won't budge an inch from a course might reveal his care- 3. A Democratic congressional senhower was sn hope
Acre," Mossadegh said. "You fully-guarded true identify. leader, who would not let his that the issued n not.fig-
want to destroy me. I'm not name be used, predicted.that ure in the 'and with
afraid to die. If you remove But the wa wa left t that they ehaI-ply greed
me from here to a cell I won't permit investigators to question Chairman Leonard W. Hall of "WNE, e
aft a thing." Gouzenko in Canada. Last month xa s: the Republican natioltl commit- BROWN TIITM Attoe General Xe er04
4ug rollh Mog the Department of.External Af- tee, who had peviO declared eads a prepared 5000-word test on th.ca o F
r dge rp srollah Moghbelr faires sidestepped a routine re- that Communism WIn be the White pd other members of i alleged ed spy il
rang repeatedly for order and quest from Jenner sentthrough" Entry Cards = =", "=#w # be
I[ossadegh calmed down. Short- normal diplomatic channels. $ t rysilalbattles,o year's pTeas* a*beret h S t ..u.-
r twafterwardethe.court adjourn-Mr.c l sbattl es m e wau rat. .
dd for the day. m An official department spokes- rei ho intend
ed the RCMP he had no new in- "Communsm In the bo isue H"
formation to offer. The Cana- NJO LAREDO. Mexico, Nov. of our 'vmi he said.
e ays Spdian government, therefore, told 19 (UP) The Chamber of "I am conident that not only
Jenner it "presumed that the Commerce president said today next year but t years to come
reason for the request no longer civic leaders In other Mpxlean the Amoericap *l, will not
because He WanedBut Senate Investigators urd." border t o w n s had joined his forget whi arty let Corn
Busecrtary Canadiangauthomurged group in a "solid front" urging mounistsInto the government
Iv e n secretaryle Canadiano authority ques Mexico City officials to resc i and which party drove them
ove to release G about senko for ques- new entry requirements that had out. WASHNGTOW,1. (v1 ALBANT, N. Y.. NOI )
NEW YORK, Nov. 1 (UP) in the U.S. government at the sharply curtailed visitorsareater itheS-Mu t.a
N42-year-old housewife killed v. 19 (UP) time of the Harry Dexter White Fausto E. Cardenas, president ings tod t erl h offial ed today Now yrk
Ier husband with a sledge ham- Jenner (R-Ind.) said his said fthe new visa oCrder wasmineth cre the b e
ler e a r I y today because she Senate Internal Security sub- n ot rte o edw sori fthe if the le4 a apparl oeal pae
told police, he announced they committee Is convinced'that or so, a delegation would confernaltinquency. Theweye. ..,
again o Goenk could provide "vtal withPresident Adolfo Ruiz Cor- luaiWundy,
Seeks after they had un- ly important" new Infoermtlo tines, Mnsters of Interior d Cl -tat S nd Is
+kee said Mr. Dtheir w ap Rent, about the Communist network Foreign Relations and the Na-drl.n.-(R'-N .) annu d come effective t0e,
Admitted she crushed the vonal Tourist Director.t eofth&O
S te r sllt e d B yIng ..tonhtar, "
one of her husband, Richard,nReid n b The new order requires U. 5.' t- olvol uet "n ity0e
R e s ad m h nm i dsel r n dts H o d dpTey Ru C ne w asorder hedurs UD W Y o vre
42 dmir a quarrel in the bed r- fneh citizens to buy $3 tourist cards burgeea ls b't, and preea
e om of their attractively fur- when they cross the border into '1111huer tb- b.t.
hed apartment. m o wneorob F s emealn M cO. Only residents of TeXas dgIo.the o- o
pAfter the slaying slm tried to w erf ar sm border towns are exempt., an SW -as epratsedt entoteuta v
srcertheir10-year-odtonRo, comment f
tato therust hi-old son, Rob- Cardenas said the entiree wo-d IbyW ah rgn dis I4 o.alth 0 8.' '.. ,
t, to thrust hist head Wtthe --not just leaders, but masses- Ond am. weundajua t., uquenc pro ae
S e on the gas. The boy was protesting the new law so e
3roke free, however, and ran to HUGO, Okla. Nov. 19 (UP) suddenly put into effect at this noPi, A. Asp -M
neighbor crying "there's ro- The owner of an 18-foot python port with serious damage to allThe srit, lldig c.a
le at my house. that escaped from a circus particularly to businesses and -W.J
fears cold weather may have workers." rr3dI-ga r f U.Ov
Mrs. Renner, hysterical when killed the snake and most rest- tietvar- t11i
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Puferal services for John P. en- "'0
tauth, well. know old timer and o..t-
former Canal employee who died
Oet. 24 in Corohal Hospital, will
eld tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. at
Cbromdl Cemetery.
The ravlide services will be
duet by the Rev. Michael
We Sacret qart Chapel
Ancon. Interment will follow
services. r
Mr. Lauth first arrived on the
)sthmun during the early con-
sktruction days and wft the ex-
- s onof a short p of serv-
with e Panaa COanal Com-
Slany, worked a a contract
in Panama for many
arst. At the time of his death,
was 74 years old.
urviving r him are ftw broth-
ather.oWrgdward, DNCCUING TEE DROUGHT Kecretary gr Agricultqte
oer, and two MiFrs. leoMsB (right), examines a handful of haty b talks ver
rer and Mrs. Vler N a- drought situation with Roy Chin on Io ftN at
Residents of th limited M. Chlnn's farm was one of the a twideby
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