The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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'Let he people k now she tuth and the couDry is safe" Abraham Lincoln..

PANAMA, F P., 8,AT, 0JBE 2, 1951.






Coief Jet Airliners Hurricane Threatens Bahamas, $45 Monthl

H F ilducion Typhoo Ters At Philippines nt Iiy
": ""'-" O" n MIA da, Oet. 25 (UP) Thi u none of them yet ope for The weather bureau in Ms.
.; '.. iaon'. most damage hn _r ..: na said the new typboo a yet
LONDON f i ^Britain -s ate pTrodlaction licane was 350 miles soilot of .- to .the south, of Bt- now moving west niorthwest t *
of new, advanyuce t t Comet let airliners for le t ovye- Miami this afternoon ahn bead- ni l Hes- the tw-mile long is- ward the Philippines. Weather
seas e oratol. F .ua~t't long range models, the Comet Wt, Ing toward the Bahamas, ae- land of Cat Gay containing a officials said there was a pro-
is to' ': iua yMI time. cording to search planes. vacht club, a commissary, a tiny ability it would strike Manilk i
t ahe d ila A aft Company announce that the The highest winds were 70 thuireh and many expensive late Tuesday 'unless it changed
Comet II, powaed by b r RollS Royce Avon Jets, will r mph. although an isolated squall homes, its course. Ia
58 first-cl 8 8I toa passengers up to 3,000 miles at was located with 115 mph winds. Meanwhile from Manila came Filipinos in the central pro- orl
mph. .. a a. n t s The weather bureau believed the reports that the casualty toll vinces remained huddled today
At m r ent. Comeet lraersft are flyndwothe w Ir$d's f t storm lost its intensity when it o the disastrous typhoon which in makeshift shelters and cook-
4paslle et se-res to eloMua esearc ndCJtorombt. (hCyon) crossed the Cuban mountains, ravaged the central. Philippines ed in open air. 0 --
thWi r wh e ew @tt serve to StaS re WhmitsSe k but it said "wp are keepingR Oo,- wednesday rose to 913 dead and Hardest hit by the typhoon -The l awaited new retiree
this m th Brit O s Airways hasomets fln stant watch.It's still danger missing today, and another ty- was the province of Albay in Te long-awaited new retirement rate for Local Rte
than M Ia0 m re a Wk. notthe Miami and oth'.r cities a g phoon with, winds up to 150 southern Luzod. Legaspi, Albay's employes of the Panam6 Canal aI c
The co re If-msi tatrare not theansortof thingdIR- the Gold Coast of lower eastCph is now roaring along the eapital city of 80,000 persons, ready to be put on the U.S. Congrage
-nly 21 of the-%pmets' now in nufacturers can build 0 u-rida prepared for tal winds of same path as its predecessor. was a phambles. Only three put on the U.S. Congressional aged, y
le (series I -,will be lation to.keep on the ta.l. At 40 to 60 mph on offshore islands Latest ,fatality figures re- downtown, buildings escaped undergo one very important change shortly,
-.' that mony no oanl tion can caretakers boarded up the rort leased by the Red Cross show- daage. to f d orty
bP t on m thatfonerdao e muc. anorve spots. edthat.444 were lied and at At least 242 persons were re- well informed sources.
r -etr has Alrea be- what is aco ered y n- The weather bureau ordered s 46 missing. Unconfirued ported dead in the province The'chne: Local Rate workers may not '
ran.. 'a tract, and e aetial nu rs storm warnings, displayed from reports also said 350 fishermen and 150 missing. contribute to their ry
Seven biger 58 to 78eater built in exc t of.poltive ers Ke arlorida to Vero each. in the Bicol region are missing contribute to their retirement.
o oe n bi ,dtotpaned lt beasea olar erro o eiuld.v It said: "The oWurricane force will and believed lost at sea.
Advancd have to be lu ed very careful. peailasrT1ce f sh d o ous F SSpread he bill, as it now stands, calls two per cent ontrlbuion as In.
MOM 7 and .vrodtction viousI') break' he bank.. and over the Western Bahamas. be well over the 70i nark0ID Ltrbue wo per cen t ont practical, principally beau of
IJ: -rment today. make It quite dear but full expe cfcdbute two per cent of their So1- the cost inole In kePping muei
roll off'thasdembl Havhd Intheir slte- but hll. rrtneorceoaisw rDense- Shroud a wtowardsbthe new retirementnrecords d t ea -
-111 that the are inWbtouch with os- The Caribbean hurricane w:O -= the Paa a bill meranh arn- clal actuary from W
.Out- ble customers over the world trked throhot last nh t bill may be changed who left the Canal Zone
ated to clarifvre n e ble demands a Kev West rdar station elae, non-contributory after a week's study of
40 f d Uofor the Ad which hover as os- CHICAGO, Oct 25 (UP) tirement etup.
a in lt o0 l enslley have plans ready tpull b)e. and d ervers.s of smoke c The proposal to eliminate the As the
iSta adfioad a t"t'pMor about 125 30m iles from tehevastts Vof a regions of New England, and Local Raee a
ner sa in a ra dbroad- way the cat Jumps, or, IfI l Y e ...dCsSORtws t
todayk.sary, for it Jumpln both'ays FOOTPRINT Actress A V a renter of the hurricane in all dl the Midwest today because of T relief will have their ret
to k the right at once. Gardner, reported elected from recton an gale force whids a WA INGTON Oct. 25 (UP) numerous forest fires caused by All eased to $150 per ronth
nub "And poative n for 70 a the home of her husband bout 80 miles. -Absenteevoting by servicemen the aumn drought. ear of service, with tIte jiw
r of 4. 'wthn two Frank SI at-.h 1.,b Threatenedpby the hurricane Is in -twF pivotal states Calffor- et a have occurred tn mum retained at 30 year
'SS" ,a!d-w_ v. o .g[hein o Grauman'.e at""eaf Birtlnl, port o. entry in th Ia and. PensyIvanila con-ietta forests d state au a -
ag ,a-h) I tmt by Hollywood _ye r f(311_ northwest Bahamas. BImini 14e_'valcould kep the aoutco ea cnsidreing p-ro man,s ortoet l r ye
o.,ee- by print taken. rankfe wam'd even miles lonh and has three of the,.14ov. 4 election In doubt v toners from going man over wll receveh.
brtg- da there. ho. l and a big game fishing for o time,, a survey, disclos- the mountainous regions. mon
tere,. -_ed o.e o Anlrst all the forest rangers inThe pre ent maximum is *j
SI AmSee votes from Califor- otOh are at work trying to C y per month.
I A In80 servicemen will be out. ut three bg fires in b .thee M. Bled The r

,t close, lr vote Penn t ae. the President of the Republic vear maxima .o
i i p Br IJ3 1WPcllI*B rlweis arusu? qn or behind couldn't set up my mount ,ast sylvana and California could Michigan authorities fear that of Chile on Nov. 1, 5.
..-, me. The-le.tenat was.up there, *enough to get in on the show. tip each state's 32 electoral the large number of hunters who This means, of course that a
VA wh, whe us to O. Bit. I sure as he saw it all. vots either way. o h hunting Saturday and Sun- Mrs. Bledsoe will accompany 30-year (or more) man will re-
dWtiiS5 Ire- "We went of course. Bu it was 'I saw one bunch of guys walk Pour other states also have day in state forests, might cause the Admiral to the Inauguration, ceive 45 per cent of his last (pre-
the er roh on: or hadast a hole and then a Caese lte. deUne r accepting ab- many fires. sumablv his highest) salary. Or
met e- Mt e a~e: raised uch A th l 1 of rlmbed out with a burp gn in ballots from servicemen. ~two forests in Mississippi are They are scheduled to de- that a $100-a-month employee will
cau n the be i t.r cba-wt B enemy, us dot on the hill that niht. s hand. It looked like he waI T ? are. brasks with 2.000 tin flames and Kentucky officials part from the Canal Zone by retire at $45 month.
caus' tft ph111nyo eitahntoditb
reaM I neve been 1ere6, but now "It was murder te- eert day. keeping to try to make a dash for men lin service asnd a 'deadline *rpt that they are fighting 13t plane at 8 a.m. Thursday. Oct.
rerovuua t has .a.- .P0Rrap even if most of the rest of the t. o 13; tRhode Island, 2100,es in a region of more than 30, in company with the other According to the source, it is
rived and 3 .'. M t al a, pfc.. Ralph company did come up and join "Boy, he didn't have a .hance. DEc.; North Dakota, 13,000, 4,000 hectareas official members of the party not expected that the figures will
M 23. t Wwho has us. They fled him t ful of holes so NoV.' : and WahingtoA, 44,000, Fires also are raging in 11 and will arrive at Santiago the be changed even if the non-con
"This leavW. a main sales .there afaid nows. And he "There were about 20 aniper fast he hardly had time to fall Nov. 14.- Tennessee forests. b following afternoon, tributary proposal is accepted.
choice between Oe Oome II nd doesn't 11e it one sit. on Sandy chopping .u and down. I think he was about 15 "
Comet 'IIl. aOnr C be in full Youa Maaton fought the Chin- maybe many off to. e west out- feet from me," A* I* *
production (70' a 7ea) in 1981, ese hand-to-hand ftor hours. But teng down 08 u ofn 'Manle Maton stayed on the ridge un- A
and the pf he It' Sflt t 4n~t asM bad as Hill. hidlne:bhind 6 r harmed for three days. although Al| i |l
tlo In .56- .,. t,_tawlnn w.ebout i r d. "we couldn't tel he hey he saw many of his fellow sol- I
feree. -.*-e '.-... W.sttedu SsatLy idce to were beeatse they dre -I diers killed in bloody fashion. E B o m
"'This Is d aIbn prob- the solthEaofrt Hill one behind the rocks, but we kow And then he got it himself when
lm f the or te betaternoo with a e toon" the were there. And-the next a ortar round landed in his | T A
ter later. e Answer to that lies he said from bis Iostrtal bed. morning we were told to'go out foxhole on a forward outpost. 9.\
not with the mil.aturer, but '"There wa a tot of mortar and clean them out. .' "I heard the stuff getting clos- ns f 1 IIm Ln V
awith the euhtaeh com20 01in and it broke the boys "We would walk past a little er and knew that sooner or later la., V' IV V i T U /
; up and sealed all of us: Then I hole in the ground ayndall of gswe were going, to get it. Then It l T s
"Th snag k.:sL( a eustoam- saw thie .leutenant.~ the crest sudden there would' be people came in with us. There were LQNDON, Oct. 25 (UP) Offi- "There is no doubt at all that was believed to have oiled up work already done In the United
er does not own mind, wavMr, u.r All on Uo. shooting at us. .three of us, in the hole, and I clol aceety veils the amount of we have sent very much less many weapons whose actual States.
or he wkaIt.te sfhL.e aero- "And th.. he ev it,-a rifle "If we saw a hole we would didn't even hear it hit. monespaent here on atomic re- than the U.S.-probably only a number Is a top secret. Not only was the money being
plane sha00a ottine slug eight .thr die of the (rop a grenade in th.r4nd may- "There was a great big jar, but search pid development, but fraction of what they have The Supply Ministry official wasted, critics said. but alo were
else's, and in j u pekt to l. .-He drop- be kill the Chinese soldiers in- no noise that I could hear. But Ministry of Supply officials pentt" an official said. oaid that security requirements quantities of scarce materials
says L want a l can I ped dead aditr ledhell out of side And then we would mfss one that was it. It almost tore my promoted the conclusion today He did not point out, how- banned publication of Britain's and skilled labor in order to
have them e" all of us. nd there was a guy shooting at knee off and rired me up the that Britin has found a much ever. that Britain is only start- atomic expenditure, which Is on- make a weapon to explode Amer-
"Each .Qo t is wbrth about "Of course I hat seen other us. 'hin But I l'Miuld be all right In cheaper way of making atomicA e; on atomle weapon produc- Iv part of the overall estimates ica's MacMahon act which pre-
half a aUJlo pouada, -and they guys get i over here, but they "I was a machine-gunr and *- r.... .... '." "v ** -**s'a than t- United States.' "'- while the United States for production and research to- vented the sharing of atomic se-
S- -. ---- talking $1,750,000,000 for 1950-52. crets.
I--- IaT .his estimate covered the ficial estimates
DO..s o'am FinS1IIEthereS whole field of industrial and sci- eluding that for a
cmIpentaific research, including Army. tern which the d
n".,Navy, Air Force and the minis- supply said would
tries of Defenre and Supply. annually at the r.
Meet "Little Tyke," pi.ia, lioness In the world that ev deloped .herwiyrslnstincts. She has been raised Official figures showed that search center at i..
heold, peat, of-I RdduB tw bald--yep, that's right, house- hion, eala 'o neme fve s after a loca zoo ge the U.. ao more than Is apparent at' the
ykede om ta, of Auburn, Wash. Recent- r e by-e ms tras, LitleTyke sile double this anotmt for atomic met wase eh w
et m mouth, the nr Anl tu t4 ,a a with an expression of hor- "is ht1 the house with fly, hangs around the kitchen for 1951-a total of $3.638.000.000. A conclusion can bbras l
ror, as if she nan i- Rhastly. Like the dog that and even tries tolhel wth the dishes. She even sleeps occa- Estimat. O Britain's spending drawn, theIefore, that
won't eat mealt-becas o .o ever gives him any-Tyke has slnally in bed with Mrs. Westbeau. on atomic research varied be- search pn atomic weapons en-
ntween $106,400,000 and $3,360,- centraatd on the cheapest way ofr.
....eauh Ihe tea! wen000.000. rodecing them and achieving
The Ministry of Supply would nastery rather than magnlflic-
not comment on these estimates, tlon of their power.
which they said were "only British scientists publicly er-
guesses.u They remarked. hp*o- dressed their view that the ex-
ever, that U.8.-published figures orbitant sile of the atomic ex-
have no indication of how'much blosions produced by the U.S.
puwas spent on dhe production of was really an obstruction to ad-
atomi weapons. evance. in nuclear exploration.
The British idea was that if a
"It ean only be assumed that little explosion could be produc-
the greater past I beinr, spent ed its laboratory control could be
on cembs. Od etlmate would more readily undertaken and its
hthcovet the uof situ various eq- power harnessed.
tabit abhlts research ad-
ln-at tor len and productton. At Monte Belle. theatre,
To t what it est tI eMaruce rthe experiment seemed e
-itieie weapon tested at ed to observe how smal a el-
lfel miuld be an In- ume of fldenable material
IN uei.tlea ," an official could be reduced while aM re-
Nty, taiinn Its flaslenable esmamis.
'll'hg So rerd to be no doubt. The experiment has hen do-
bow et frof m ll availabb offi- scribed officially as a "melat
ical rment that ritasln had success" and It is expected that
kehst a 1sbht rein on her budget when Churchill makes 1ll ert
for ais theU development, partlcu- to Parliament he will a
Srt slctomeal weapons. shattering reply to the .ritislo
of Britain's emoenditure (a "thin
w ter d ilnce Premier Winsaton e of atomic ener r
Churelll announced to the Par- lion.
Lament last February that Brit-
wain wy to test her first atomi2 BALBOA TIDES '
.. the ,'win a r n atn-e AUl a n stralla there had
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BIRD BATHS are outmoded no* and birdc showers ar the
;TRYING HER LEGS at the London, England, zoo, this new- thing. Diane Manta uses a sprinkling can to cool off her
born doe makes her wobbly debut before ,delighted visitors. pal, "Flip," a sparrow hawk, at Children's zoo in New York.

GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, with frosty mountains and cool lakes, is enjoying a tourist boom in northern Montana.



'a THIS PICTURE might make you feel cooler if you're in the
midst of a heat wave. These Chicago railroad workers are
'getting a snow plow in shape for this winter's snow drifts.

TURTLE NECK SWEATERS may bring to mind a picture of a
prize fighter in training, but the one worn by lovely Phyllis
Thaxter of Hollywood is more appealing. It's a white slip-
over sweater matched with a white cardigan of Navy piping.


TT X*T RAINING cats and dogs in the lakes in the central
* / .l.Adirondacks--it's raining fish. The State Conservation
SH 1 department 6f w York calls it "operation fish dtop.n Seome,
F H 1,500 t, ab4 eight inches long, are loaded into buckets,
A thhe' tnks of a seaplane piloted by PMerrill

'Phoenix from Inlet, N. Y. When the pilot'reath one
remote lakes far away froam any Oerad& .*iw ov Qv
surface of the water and then dumpJ
And, not long after, fishermertwill be:
tasty trout that fly through the air wittit i

Pilot dumps small fish Into buckets for transfer to plane. Pilot adjusts special pipe spout

beneoth fvulg of pfingl

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N'ii 3BlN of the Pelro Miguel Union a a B t
Church. NEW YORK Oct. 25 (UP)- anything breakable l
W, Fbher or=All friend. of Mrs. Eving -as Claude Venard, whose show is at age. Mabee says
0nd hi 10 of FIwell as -member of the Auxiliary .Kleemann, is considered eoe of snapped, uorly the Z#g0u
e t. are invited to attend and re- the leading French artists of mandments."
Fe er quested to contact Mrs. Jacobsn the post- Picasso generation.
Sr r I an let -580. aHis art roots deep in the r hinted than
.0 ~gch a at French tradition that asks the Art for the French
CE. Or ganations Offer artist to be an artisan too. One pretext for t emotionalism. It
Pries For Art Ezhbit can sense the pleasure his hand a discipline to tranmlute 'i
The Crdeas Garden Club, e. has taken in covering the s e feelings.
friends of t t Elks Club. The Canal Z canvases with paint. e American Charles
the wedding Branch of American Pen Won- Venard draws freely and na- who shows hia work tR
thf w edd-. rl en, the PedirIo W Wb l woma"q turally from the heritage of Pi- is a "m1i surrealit T
S Club andthe C oe. casso and Braque and adapts it two artists are poles apat.
cm t aperg League have PH offered oVab to his own taste. His sma 11I ord, ii but
a Oiste on wopieraiow h Mworld is populated by crows a uncertain guest kiz
w in celebration of the Amherla and fish heads, apples and pears through his paintbg' t*m-
Swere Ar.t Weeks, November 2 throSe houses and boats, dunes a n d bling overtones. At Rain, wo I
wereMrtR. Jr esn16.nler2 h trees. Reality is reduced to its squeezed out of the real Witb
SP-th WhM= Wiley. Mrs. Crail 'Smyser, Gas- flat, with now and then a hint virtuoso.
nrgeMrs. par Pacheco, Adolfo Aria pandn of three dimensional illusion. Venard seeks the tor c pc
eUnJe hth Hillmorc, Mrs. par ah erten dol onA rich, passionate artist's tern- the real and finds thAt it
Alr. ii a Judge Outhrie Crowse. As perament is expressed here fully point beyond t
emethHill, M r s. All artists o ver fifteen yearsO f with self-inflicted austerity. Be- cal realm. Rain trie t l
ffWHflltams, Mrs. Mer- age are Invited to show their Wt tprent sieon th
ain Jr.. Mrs. James W. workat.tlts time and arce advis- "d "d niest ae th at r S
rs. W.O. Torbert, Mrs. ed that each may hang Apieces THE BENEFIT CO or Thursday ni ht's showing of "The Fighter" to be given at hind this apparent simplicity the spell of routine b
So rveral m Norman 8. with no m than oaur In i one the Drive-In Theater in PsAm City met this week to make final plans. Left to right, are one can feel, however, a v, reshuffling the naura
Mr.a SD. Malek, Mrs. class. WorIe .May entered on Mrs. Sinches Aizcorbeo fie de GusmAn, Mar lorie Woodruff. Vicki McGrath, Dobble Lynott, bratng disquietude that gives things. His reakish
Ballenger, Mrs. Juan E. October 29. or I from :30 to Mary Campbell. Isabe attler, Molly Vandergrift, Laurene Clarendon, Anne McGrath, Jule these pictures a certain oblique ves a cold, creepy of
Ni.olau. Mrs. George S. Miller 0 p.. t otel Tivoli. McGrath, Ceci Heurtematte, Fanny Sander a ad Trixie Brice fo. surreality. despair. ,
M rs. Hulda Ahlteen, Mrs. Silvio Yet poesy and passion a re Paul
av. er hnnie Hardyman. Mrs. The Ao do uestro eflor. The Fighter To Be Shown John Fo er DuI sl
,d t" Everett Kimmel, Mrs. Richard Comittee of ts s Inte-American
aUbtman, Miss Hope Baxter. Mlss Women's Club a B sponsoring a
hM iss l. *r s B t MIN ebe honthd o ate e trday at the For RP Orphns At Drive In ays ontainmen'
S1.". a lFBale a V a sques Drive-In a c ket are r o n, h re t ie re te Saas onta enfaiA
wh' MIN sno r is, I011ticia nelw di, d An- $1.00 er gadm a I Ftbe ob-alIotk p.S L.
g6lica 1ribarreri. taie pt ute Club's HedquarO
tioay.era on Shaler Road. Door pries The famous Jack London story years and, although h repaired at
Mr's. Allen Returns will be given. The general pub- "The Fighter" will be shown at fr uent Intervals, has rotted so ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 25 (UP) Conti
shipping a tO X o TO' From Vacrati* eli da Invited to attend. The Aid- the Drive-In- Theatre at both ba y that the entire roof needs -John Foster Dulles, Repub-
LeaS IStha arr, pwn. returned recently from New Or- luni for )ittJe girls. night, at a. special benefit er-pchildren from the rain. said tonight that the "doctrine
Mr. Awl. lLarger ,S'p- leans by plane fro)n a vacation formanesponsored by thI of containment dooms us to aew BARGAINS
per o ira06 ~ er.lY, ou sixmonths s~~ int'e outh" Bino Tonrht Leion Club :American Women's Cluh .o- The Junior Chamber of Com- defenveposture which is sure
pingdtrItodcny e part of the United tes. tlaye t evn ced fr his 0mrceofPsnam andthe Inter- to lose in the face of Soviet NewMER
plano wl0'1ts e l t tu il n te to sMoin
pans a et. \ tth-Amerisan Tlon Club will go to the orphans Of -he American Women's C Iu b, re dynamism."
aboagG it .An- 97 it MW AI~ n ro Club w go t the
twerp, oute tdo his home Colonel an Mrs. Sebl bla in the Fort Amador Area. Mem- "Asilo de Nuestra Sefiora." hoping to raise enough money to Dulles, speaking at a centen- Hair Brushes
tworap. Fo in a visit of sev- To Return ers and their-( uests are invit- Eight door prizes, donated by build a new home for the or- nial celebration at Washington
Norway o Kguest atHotel El Colone and Mrs. H a r r y D. ed. Dagmar, the French Bazaar. the phanage. Land near the Paitilla University, said that the United Shoe Brushes
ral aSchebla of Panam plan to sail American Bazaar, National Dis Airort has been donatedby the States must produce "a dyna- Bath Brshes
Pan for the Isthmus on October 30 Bazaar To BeNovember 19 tillers, Pemco, Firestone. Shaw's Panam Government. and plans mm in terms of ideas rather es
from New York following a vaca- On Wednesday. November 19, and Cyrno. will beraffled off are now under way for a drive than n terms o money" to Venetian Blind Brushes
AMrt MN 'en reo tion of several months s t in the ue of Lutheran Women during the intermission between to raise funds for the new build- combat communism successful- New Radios
At larty the eastern part of the United will hold their bza a r at the the early and. late shows. ing. ly.
A An .Home" part yhon- States. -- Lutheran Service Center on Bal- The Jack London novel is ba- A number of business houses in "One reason why the Korean Electrolux Cleaner
oriM dMrs.MarvinKeen- boa Road. ed on a true story of the Mexl- Panam have already donated war goes on is that the Soviet
an OCurdu was given laSt V.F.W Ausliary 'o Meet can struggle for a democratic generous checks to this fund, Communists can and do use it .. and thousands of other items!
ev a the Diablo hme of The regular meeting of the Expeutive Board To form of government. during the to win vast propaganda -succes-
Mr. andt -rs. W.1. HollowelL Ladies' Auxiliary of the Veterans Meet Wednesday days of Pancho Villa, and is Any one Interested in further- ses," he said. "They persuade
Ser a hosts with of Foreign Wars Post 3822, will The xecutve Board of the Bal- climaxed by one of the most ing this proioect is asked to com- most of the peoples of Asia
Mrs. H l. were Mr. ad Ml,. be held on Monday at 7:20 p.m. bo Woman's Club will hold their realistic and exciting prizefight municate with Mrs. Pobert Mc- and many in Europe that we
Harry i nn of Santa C larT a inthe V.F.W. Post Home on Cu- regular monthly meeting on scenes ever filmed. G.ath, or the .hlor Chamber of are military barbarians... and No. 18 "J" Street
and MT. J#ck Shore Of Panams rundu Road. Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. in the Commerce of Panami. that we 'are waging against yel-
City. nJewish Welfare Board Center, The charity showing of oe low people a diabolical form FULLER BRUSHES
one hundred Colege Club Wteeting Monday Balboa. Fighter" is sponsored by the In- of warfare which we would
ue ttended the oocktal-,bu- The fhrt aon y r a 1 business o 102 y en-
eth"coektail-bu- R'he fir t gener nal busine rss oter-American Women's Club for BROWN FAMILY GROWS never wage against white peo-
et5t Ptmeeting of the Canal Zone Col- Girl Stout Sunday Today the purpose of raising funds bad- ple."
lege Club will be held on Monday All Girl Scouts and Girl Scout ly need to make necessary re- LAURET, Kv. :(UP) Moses Dulles charged that the Uni-
Mrs. s Hopered At at 4:00 p.m. at the Jewish Wel- adult in the Canal Zone are ask- pairs to the building, w hic h Brown, 80. retired farmer, lived ted States has "totally failed" F L A H F L A S H !
FarwlI.Dnner fare Board Center in Balboa.- All ed to join their sister scouts in houses approximately 100 orphan ter see. his fdepcendots number to outer such propaganda.
M Ax J. Ewing, who retires members, new. old and prospec- the United States be wearing or homeless young girls ranging 123. He was the fpther of 19 "We qpend enormous sums of
from the service of the Panama tive are requested to attend, their uniforms when they attend from the age of 3 to 16. children and had 81 ,randchtl- money to. find new and more HAVE YOU BEEN AT
Canal 0mpany at the end of The program will be presented church today on "Girl Scout Sun- The roof of the orphanage has drent and 23 great-grandchll- effective ways to kill," he said.
s.onth _hand hop e in the under the chairmanship of Mrs. been -leaking for a number of dren. "But'we have shown little imag LA M ODA ARIC A
United = w at the guest of Hope Beilwits. Thro the cour- Reservations For deo tl new ways to win the
honor te of the Diablo era Club Firemen's Ball minds and hearts of those who
dinv slides entitled, "Cr'ossroads Por- P reservations are being taken live."
iLat bu *oft trait-will e shown. for the Second Annual Firemen's Admire the3Pr
i. TIIBall which is to be help on Fri- ma Contending that our "vast ex-
Iiljoge Dner To Honor M Nove 7, tso 111ditures" a abroad were

Vt"AmMemu. com, ...had ever before fallen to
I .toJ Mrs.leave:ul oth bea followed. such a low ebb.0
-. 'd 4to le thitean t hneer "Leadership is never won 00
ft..u redto'eronin.We merely by money or Its extrav-, S Es
Mrs. -jAQS Sehntertpd M Members of the ltbhandCr saagant expentiture," he said. "It cor
ah 0 otier l105.eTis to be feund.only in the realme-eW1]T
ri I Choe o fea dSise 0ra0 ke nde IfDof character andideals. There
it, L 11410K, J."uIndividuals with ideas and ideals.
GtsJ14 r. h- e, -aevening. nh M n But they have been smothered High heels In lovely style
ter.MdLetcia ehnake, Mrs. "Glamour Bdy" 553 by the government illusion that and colors
Myrt o91aykMrs. Etta Leay, To Be PresnteTeCrusadorFeoleadership requires masses of Great Vaetin
Mrs. Marlan. ,u e a s and Mss LTpesday and Wedneseday The Crusade tor Fd om o money and that only govern- Ga a ees
Lhr1Dt ".\ T e Balboa Little Theatre pro, aanization on the Atlantic Side.ment can produce the needed WHITE
h du. "GlamourBy "wi l- b extended an invitation today to billions:." n
oGift 46~w ern present o atheDiablo Club orgaidrzations and'mB embers to De satha te An -
Mrb.oMrleIsL L0W nod e on: Tuesday and Wtd7:3-.visit the Atlantic Side Of e Dulles said that the Amer-
Mre. US1si0e on e Tuen atno W catedsi- v in the Masonic i p can people have been "condi- ad ET L oE
Paost of alrym, W ourf was I Building, Cristobal. The of0e Is tioned to failure and disappoint-ad a beaufulO
the *1et of, h:o n Pr. Yaterdy open from 9 a.m. to 12 +noon, ad meant and he charged specifl-
froi^T 00 to.6,(0 1n.Xat Ladlies Au*dM o f Pod"' from 2 p,m. to 5 P., Monday, ally that they have been "led of SANDALS, and Cuban heel
sh iVenatifII%-w r.e o .i '"To onw M 'i. ng through Friday. to believe" Inratherinevitability
and ElTo. dma o { Lsl A ary of the Pe- Mrs. Julia Ema c ian of the Korean war, that the
N iVD leb5 for the dro 1Migue Thn Church plans of the Atlantic Side CrusadefKremlin fixes our taxes, that LA M ODA A M E
So Mie Ewing ar aWe must always live in dire pe-
.. t i f estinbe hel thenrovember v 4a ble from 104iLm. to .1MMly noaril,- and that, nationally, o u r 102 CENTRAL AVE.

T$1tme The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. Ernest S1ocum. Utea0ur"
ered n- and the covered 4 luncheon be contacted at this lfin, t
tered ~~ Will be served At 11:0 a. hone 3-2995 also.
ill -1 Mrs. Iwing w-- the .firlt Pre- Pamphlets, Information ed
o Ither r a sident of the original auxiliary corning the camwpalg are avn
able poon request.
Plans are underway for
Srade on Nov. 11. A ow
presented by the Little
Group on Nov. 25 at the Ih
Theater. Colon.
Radio Programs will be pri
sented during the paled 01 Q
L1 II campaign, Nov. 11 to De. 1,.
Tickets for the PresideaftVba
at Hotel El Panama may belu
chased at the Craao f
.o6om Office, Cristobal i
ing telephorve 3-2005 '.
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SACK-O-LANTERNS of red Dellelous apples and poper dipped i y
In sorup are a sure bet to keep the Hallowe'en witbes away. bIse a yea r Oc.d. Mmrroa'
BY GAYNOR MADDOX maining in bottom of pan by-"Mop---.
RNA Food and Markets EditorCsettling pan in hot water. Dip gy A gTb OGrEEN course. Moderation should
pieces of popcorn in hot syrup BY AW toJ again be the eynote.
An apple a day may keep the and stick onto apples. Set ap- n way. ea
witch of ill health away: an pie Jack-o'-Lanterns on cara- NEW YORK Whether or of the he tye tivhap-
apple with popcorn face also mel corn patties. not your husband hns a long, 1 r is to th dted ina
keeps the Hallowe'en witches Baked Stuffed Squash fua oie is, to a lao th measure, htbby. reted.
away, is what they say in the (Makes 4 Servings) up life to you. a la measu reh byh ee xos an
apple state of Washington Two medium-s I z e d acorn Although such medical ad avocation, e if the
Using vivid red delicious ap- squash, 4 cups soft bread crumbs, dances as nicht n streptomy- "J ples, here's the way to maie 4 tablespoons chopped onion, 3 cn and oter icilliwonder drugs td, of course, oe of the
popcorn-apple Jack-o'-Lanterns. tablespoons butter, melted; 2t3 have helped to lengthen the ar- prime essentials in any man's
cup non-fat dry milk powder, h erage life sPan by 20 years, Dr. 1te is emotional stability Some
Popcorn Apple 314 cup warm water, 6 slices of Chares E. Dutchess, an setof wre aspeclatly1 ththe
Jack-o'-Lanterns b ac o n, cooked, drained, and ity on geratri s (the asenae o- ine wod are unavold.
(Makes about 12 patties) chopped; 1 teaspoon salt, 12a age and the aging process), le. But a oejl home will
Red apples, 1 cup granulated teaspoon sage, 1i2 teaspoon maintains that a win e wt w plays he. y these
sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, 13 cup thyme. a key role intains that a we g r ll ays anl y an op
dark corn syrup, 113 cup water, Cut squash in half, length- mate's health, particularly drn rtunity to relax and enjoy
3 tablespoons butter or marga- wise; remove seeds. Steam until, ing the all-mportant years a- tlf.
rine, 112 teaspoon vanilla ex- tender, about 20 m in u t e s. Iwter 40. aDo eve witn
tract, 3 quarts popped corn. Brown bread crumbs and onions Make sure that he has a thr- power to minimi e emotional
To prepare caramel popcorn in butter in preheated skillet. ough physical cheekeup at ledt upsets. It' only natural that
patties, combine sugar, salt, syr- Sprinkle non-fat dry milk pow-g once a year to clear up t rreyt there Will be periods s. O r
up and water. Heat, stirring un- der over surface of warm water. health problems and forest e when you will disa with
til* sugar Is di olved. Add but- Belt with rotary beater until hero movms and nder some study ? Your ars were new ones that m b, i the u hs nd a syo
Ssugr or margarine and cok at just blended teen-age posture beauty is something that must be practiced i it can mak notes comfortably a ttr vey (en left). 1pp new ones that m be the husband and h
o degrees F. until a little of Combine browned b r e a d e to be perfected. Movie starlet Marlene Cameron demonstrates sodas after school gives Marlene anothr.opportulnty to show ow process of mater ng. en, again, you n be feel-
the mixture dropped in cold crumbs and onions, riquefied he right and wrong ways to stand and sit, based on her own ex- ungainly a girl can look if she sln't seaislos of her posture. Lean. Since you are the planner of ing.moody, without any appar-
water will form a brittle all. non-fatdry milk, ban a n d eriences. At the left she struggles with her school books while Ing on the counter, with her ls'hn loosely, she certainly the daily menu yo u see t reason. When.these un .
Stir in vanilla. Pour slowly seasonings. Blend well. Fill each e attempts to reach for a book on the library shelf. Obviously, gives an awkward appearance (enter right. Hero at the right to it that your husband eats ant moments ar, try
er popped corn, tossing to mix half of squash with mixture. ter body is completely out of line, and she's far from a pretty sight. shows how much prettier she looks when she her back sensibly and in moderation yourself with outside ac t
oer popDampe d corn, tossing to mix half of squash inth mixture ng owmuch wiser to pull over a bench, plhee her books on it, r- straight, her legs neatly crostand her expression bht and alert h member, overweight fhorten Avoid discussions They will only
caramel popcorn into flat, round dish. Bake in ao hen do any library research that is necessary. Her hands free Marlene also practices postaue exernses -at home. ..r life expectancy. end disastrously.
'ati e.n do isto blame tor tish. Bake in a moderate oven Done expe him lcy a s Ao be
moeat ove es "old f Don't expect him alwa t c be
'patties. (35 degrees F..) until stuffing BY ALICIA HART in and under, as well as her go through such an unattractive with your legs crossed neatly in the mood 'to step out to. Try not to' plan yotr his-
To makes on Jack-o'-Lae, reh tern" ats golsyrupre-ut en brown, about 15 ms. NEA Beauty Editor shoulders. The trick of keeping performance again, under the fountain. party or show. Oten t u- ba our e
wsor plesdethe book in place can often There are stools and chairs The ruled about keeping 1- Qua day at the office will leave o weekends andn tle
Teen-age beauty should start make you forget that the main around the library for you to bows off the table applies so-hi little energy for:social ac, nint. The wife who l a
with posture. It is the way you aim is your posture. put your books on. Place one d4 fountains, too. Rest one arm tivities. All he will probably after her husband to n
walk, sit and stand that w ill Marlene Cameron has learn- near the shelf you happen to in your lap while you'hold the want to do is read the news-cutains, fxs the bain or .n
mark you as a young lady who ed that good posture practice be working from, and rest all glass or dish with the other. paper and go to lep. An t the stove, may find
is well on her way to becoming should also include standing unnecessary materials on it. Follow Marlene c a m e ron's absolutely essential that he get has forced him to point,
an attractive and lovely woman. with her back flush up against Make every effort to stand steps to posture and be a u t y. at least eight hours of t every complete exhaust .
This Is a fact that movie star- a wall. Then she tries to touch up straight while you look- over Plan to include exeroies in your night. Makeeery toz
let Marlene Cameron (current- the wall with the middle of her the shelves. If you have to bend study program. after you finish If your d h. has heo"n th essilb. K our I
ly appearing in "The Happy back.a This isn't easy, but it can down to reach a book on a lower with your lessons every dayput signs lately o an e eft id
Time") learned early In life. be done with perseverance. shelf, keep your back straight. on shorts or dungarees, and start part in exercise, atfuwlly re- With eaw a o .
Like most teen-agers, she was In addition to the )exercises And if you go to a soda foun- practicin. mind him 'that tie must 'Bctb ,c yotuir t l ,i o e,
If, theinclined to completely disregard you do at home, however, Mar- tain with the gn, don't lan- YouW find, Just h MW e did, his ae. Too wany men have ban w have,,
her posture, and she slouch- lene suggests that you also keep gulsh over the tools, letting that perfect p Sture will make tuffereu hoa ts cause of
ed around giving little thought your posture in mind when you your arms and legs dangle every a wonderful deference in your by ovreerton u on the g holding anl4verp*
S. tc how she looked to others. ar in school or social ng., which way. Sit up strain gh, apapeooiance d"d tef.o a on'e
~ ob (^In her particular case, thisstance, have you gone to "the .. ... ,
could have resulted in the fin- library right after school to do ROhiu
Ish of her movie career. Under some studying? Your arms were '-ar--- ,
her mother's guidance, hower- probably loaded down wi t h Amertlea gtr.are tingmar. a morning bre for 6ee
"If you weep over having lost the sun, er, she made a concentrated ef- books and it never occurred to ried younger and youngerr ac- ofte a afiti'poqn break La ae
the tears in your eyes will not let you see the stars." fort to correct her ways. you to put them down while cordi g to Department of o60nm-
You are depressed, so depressed that it seems as though a Every day she spent at least you scanned the library shelves. By GLADS R. GRAHAM erse ta- .A university Ask any yo wom
great abyss lies between the carefree years of your childhood one hour practicing .p o s t u r e Twisting and turning while Autprohfe 0r o relations f-has had rin e
id this bitter pain that has enveloped your soul. habits. She walked around the you try to juggle the books and uthr of TropicalCookingit sbeae Ameran
Nothing will be the same again, you think. There is no dif- room with a book on her bead. make notes is no easy task at CHOCOLATE with fruit. But with a mauhed are' getting s aier and 1In0's b ha ab
ference between day and night any more, because the brilliant Of course, she had to concen- its best. But if you could seepehfrutB twa o rento sapdI
rays of your mornings have been reduced to shadows. trate on her hips, pulling them how you look, you would never Among the wealth that Co- pans or your favorite flavoring 1He says it is hard toaget a job hinsekeeping.
... And who is to blame for this abrupt change In your life? lumibus brought to the ne w it is an excellent inch-hitt r and harder to keep it.but adds: harder
No one else but the eternal, much-discussed "HIM." world from the old was one item for ice cream and s not ovr- How much easier it Is to slip in.- rjos
a A ordinary man, but only a smile from his lips, which hold top plac in our rich. The children can eat all to a t, put theha d tl
Perhaps a glance, was all that was needed to transform the r m foods ,and flavors chocolate. the want, and you can afford 0olathb pu own h'e tohe than a husband. if .you'll
world into an enchanted land... a vast kingdom of make-be- Ev today the native name to iet thuohem llbde theyreow
an r-traretandvan, today the native name to let them!hdna le d zee rat
lieve...of which you were the little princess and "HE" your Is the' same as then cacao. 1 tablespoon gelatine, soak~ to an at rk ast igaret and ul o see thee t
BELOVED PRINCE. And while we don't use the ca- ed in 114 cup water and the morning paper" w tohke aa
What a disappointment. Your kingdom gone, yourself a for- cao beans as money, as they melted over hot water .
gotten "princess' and "HE"-YOUR BELOVED PRINCE, is noth- then, Oh, come now professor. What
but a lowly mortal full of passions you put It... the ens for Incense in cere Pinch of salt about all the girls who are mar-
"horrible Iaults!" emoie.Andsn the. cocoa beano Vanillaor other flavoring a am' m -.
But come now, cheer up. What has happened dear friend is t one of Panama's dependable to your taste t e able to com-
that you, with the little experience of your few short years exports. Qa the London mar- 1 can thoroughly chilled binea J AND marriage and so
didn't know how to differentiate and you asked the thorn for get those of' Chiriqui are con- evaporated milk don't have to wait around uitil ...
flower. xidered to. be' among the beat Let the 13-o. can of- mk young maxis able tb' support
Don't tell me you will never love again! That like "him" i nall th.e world. chill preferably in 1ur ice-oube Les ble o spp
there is no other. We agree with you; there is no other like Whn l om people are aller- compartment, for 0at lk two ti thes _
hnm." You will remember my words when the years have gone di to shocolate, the rest of us hours. "ae in all
by and' this, which you insist on calling a tragedy has given utritious as meatn
yo the emotional maturity which you now lack. You'll see how nad c hease urich with n M all the i eDlen, a nd thtr.h1 )t ly tjn
: tu love comes when it is least expected and it will not come ha l. It i g together In a Bl lw thel Catlond?
through the back door. Soon you will discover that he who nth of it will hol aI
?tally loves you will not try to hurt you ever and to prevent structed imllk. and gives !nr than ra And h" o ar
the beauty of your eyes from becoming shrouded with tears, ucermany or th Is-large C g young women o ar
ehe is capable o the greatest sacrIfices. etabugh. Put It in n e attractive h o m e u" for '
Love is renunciation and he will renounce everything that mOCOLATE P ING ton. It will ld its shape young husbands beuesuse
iaht harm you He will be faithful and not because he has Thn nefroeD rae hr can run up living-room a
5 worn to be, but because the strength of his love stops him rest d thn for e ast three eriea out of a pair of sheete
from acting in any other manner. served e t he ed crystals. tnd wield a paint brusit like a
No. don't search for him, because it might turn out that rw13h ane In ." ree i yo e rofessional?
Instead of finding a rose you find a thorn. In every case we w canned Ilk freeze, it you ,
t n how to wait, and remember Worth things are overly so. As for that leisurely cup of so
,ostly and aostlv things are worthy.1 cup lt bead flour DELAWARE, 6. ( -bu seem to uge the -
tralized with Lanolin. N o w--' 12 Ba't iefpsugarenoyoThopsos unusuWl-story.
-Rayette gives you the all-lanolin, psugenr g Joy Thomps .
permanent. For the first time 2ote or ooa Miss Thomson was sup.osed
'you can watch your beautician folate up walnuts Miss k eempon .wtst
t I rich liquifled lanolin into the 1 tvanbelt Dhltware as ette w tr the
eutralizer...and be amazed at ening first tiresa she rt but the ,
a permanent that leaves your car tired ha d out tket
hair softer, more natural, lus- TOPPING: on the 'rued
,trous and so healthy that the out, got the tike hd'the
wave lasts longer than ever be- ohcu r d hoaterficku oo
START COLLECTING YOUR fore Call for your appointment .o,
TICKETS TODAY at BALBOA Y M C.A. BEAUTY 300 cutbldn'trowdn sug ar. -
OU will receive a numbered SALON 314 cup brown sugar t
ticket FREE for each $1.00 1 814 hot water. But when re-.
purchase iow through December t flr, baking turned, a sb .in]
;T. Winners will be determined p r, ,ad chooo- ( revealed it Wadh
d uth. Panamt Natmonal Lotte to rl v-l eand the told w ,ilur -,T

6O.rSunday. Den"ber rllandthea WI
eNEw YORK (NedA)- Crerpe dinner and the theater, tor small a a d t
has made its big comeback this evening parties. They can be pread 1n0o8-in usure
year. Out of circulation for de u or down they take to n k
"- bIy some time, it has firmly rees- furs or sp under a winter coat *8L, 5-4'
L Iiitablished Itaself for fall and win- For luncheon in town one the topping: Mix cho-
/fj, nter. girl (left) wears ElsephotrV's colate as cooa with brown sug-
4e o The new crepes differ some- tucked rayon crwerr. Htharnta a* n Vr ter and .
whae from the "good little ticks form WI, Oun. Ali ,. k A -.
black crepe" that you once cummetlbund from bustto Ow MWA "
we knew so fondly. They have more line, Deep dolman sleeves.
body, are less prone to wrinkle, attention to a tiny bodie. degrees. t
take beautifully to tucking or panels, front and back, led
A USUA FELX pleating, drape wonderfully and skirt a fulid feeling. e
AS SA E as just un- therefore lend themselves to ft- mdWhle the
packed a gorgeous assort- tinctive design. Her companion (right) NaMas a Sip is stid moist.
went of the loveliest Dresses Crepe was once a fabric a rayon c with two-one a
o ever seen. Cocktail Dress- strongly identified with the treatme gt this waom3.db" CF G
SUSUA L FEIXha jut n-theefrelen temelvs o is
es and mare than that the term "afternoon dress." The signer. Tucks arnePig
Lanolin Wave by Ray lesand Colors of the Evening new crepes are more versatile. from -ak to eM
Loli Wave by Ray- ones Is something you have to They go to luncheons andW high andIRO ;'rv
Tbur hair Is waved see for yourself! It's true, brut they alseso 1065loose a ld n~

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Va. Milton i &Ai
."ti.c; .." ,Army Throws Aid Idaho Truck Mara
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Ronayne. Lt. Al Davis,lLt. H E.El TestsItI Effect O n R
SSmith, CBos and Mrs. H. W.
ii*I e i eremou t the titts. ePari patron withinethe Unit- "
daughter of Dr. sad Mrs M. SaClo on Voyage Stag Party 2 Community Chest-
New N-Pticit5 o
became the bride of,4 sona of a for Mr. Owen Drive started October 18 and
iMrs.John Paul Gashand roof l e#tel- Mr. Gilbert Owen, who is retir- X- will continue through Novem-
Th Re rend to n offigt d at th e uble ~ t the Mainteince Dv- Pionno the commandant
lm erewhictho pn.e HtelElPaama. re, atcCtole. was honored with a stagronnel oT
ge aremen whie' too. pee aerea the w Olol r 25, at party given It the R wnbow Ro have been urged by Lieutenant
S m-pm altea o r eseeV I lara ct hearing of the Division y e members General H. L. McBride, Co rn l
White carwa liles witht o TWn r the ground. ute mother of the ploye's Association.' The Party command. and Major general
a aced the tc alls rlullW 16 chOf the occasion was held at 3:30 pVm. Friday with-L. J. Whitlock. Commanding
eta to of oaefo e ace atd crepe sixty of hisassociates present. GeneralUSARCARIB. to join
aladioli stoo Pau wi1th, oI ell of the matron Mr. B. D. Maynards president wholeheartedly In supporting
W0*s of w=1 taAfftst Lsn. b whee a cor- of the associAtiOn, raMO the. this project.
tht g ladl ol d tON oge ndr I- nite oses and an rrane honoree an oaoTreoItaIft frNo Chairman of the USARCARIB
i aR a overfor onel K. C. Barnes, Finance Of-
.. .T 3d b.let was covered of taloccasion. t na ov ficer. USARCARIB. Custodian
arches and a N ith a han4me white ae adeire A number of sei 4ical n- of funds Is let Lie.tenant F. F.
161Mrge whoKA w an n to and lace. talb ^ cloth. The t tree- election Sunauda ba dra Ch arSzyma
,Ioen m Intu n at at vethertoPost chairmen have been p- FINISHING TOUCHES are put on Idaho test highway p
r r.v y'youibridentered and encircled with whltan orchids. b afetrerhent reora pointed. They are: Major 0 car where engineers and road builders ar conducting a evy trck

.TjoD ,syounrC it eno M theer ad rhatrs.wA.Kco .t otww t w na
upb the arm of her step-f tham er, Two bowls of white rose and ed. R. Oglesby, F ort Amador Maj or t .
by. whoma,. was giv in mr- four tall silver candelabras with Ch arles F. Walsh, Fort Davis MALAD CITY, Idaho, Oct. 25 da, Noewo e tah,

ter She wore a handsome Wed- white tapers completed theta ble Ctio ib o te r n ft
w. o w ite eandMrs Th, tand oweet at ed th e Gu ok; Major George 4. Me all go, trying to prove scientifi- The trucking industry, ro
aI 6ed with- a ftted bdis After the bride cut the n fi e rst te a g Kelvy, Fort Clayton; MajorRob- heavy a truck a road leu i haulers, the National Aca

h AmuIl niwdted yewffthh- slc of the cake it was served er t enetanahTonerand bcanc r ba et n d. r
a et eff reted by a nYm Mrs. Roy Reese. Mrs. Milton A. :0 tint bltOthouse.Ahe H; rt amh For l eran;s tC stand t, i te ni ofSciende's higewa:
Ionwloo k ffii:p.tecat, evWMY a go, Co nn aded at the V. W.e a as v and Captain Fernando M, O ulot, Soon now, in the vicinity of searchb d and t
ion yoke. Th cor. heoa Cookso presided at the punch aiion the th Corozal. his town near the Idaho-Utah BIreau. of Public Roads at ptS
a with see ear bowl and Miss Joyce Cookson had llmefberan reminded to ,,. Each post chairman has re- State line, giant-size trucks will tinsr up the rest of the money len trdai. dhoa. P Latr W, nthebaitadeMrs. A, ing their friends. .ceived posters, nmemorandums, gO around and around two 21/2-
ts asl length train. The chasPte, Later in the evening the Lr come aI .. information folders and other mile dumbbell-shaped ovals, get- Two 12-foof latrs will cver
a ity o theedrersa was a per- and groom let for t s e instructions covering the drive. ti nowhere each
loo pear which she wore. The HotelEl Panasa. They will leave I wle tomorrow i am K. Hutchings, 2,' of Balboa, Canal Z s tone, is strapped into the 1st contributions will be special significance for engineers ches. That means the thie
S w, colathse f a str and of tomorrow for washington, D.C. at the ,aarita Club- hise Corsalr ghter-bomber by Master Sergeant Eugene G il- taken up to November 14. and road builders from all over of the crushed ock, psthe sur-
p t and lge o d beenwhere they willreside. Th lia, 1, Norwalk, Calif. as the lieutenant prepares to fly Personnel wishing to donate the nation Highway builders in- ree acing For example, one oal
wra heat lthe t bride's goint. and costume W.. Hall, wee's ners were: anthr sion for the t Marine Aircraft Wing n Korea. Lt. to specific organizations may sist roadways will stand only so will have to-inch surfacing. the
t Mrs. Morrison en and Mrse. L. Lesuit with a whit andoth, Jeane Hof about is the son ofr 20 Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hutchings, of do so by noting this when they much weight Truckers argue they other four-inch
So s Pl tch. and bie ad Mr. Harry riedland; Balba. Defkethes of t Photo (Marine Corps) make their contribution. Method can stand more. The trucking industry will
ct it lfe MraJ F low Lt. and Mr Mr.W. of collection is determined by So ov these two tretchesofish eight big arr ers for
tiie, she-was presinth toqu Miss ThomasAtet wraduad o e oh en l e e a v t rn t
i t r t en Miss Thomas graduated from Mr. tE for rd place. Mrs. individual units. specially-built road, with five 'test. The petroleum inda
VI*fIdal wac at.the RfomtheHUniverSit oofCnnlin, anMr,3rdr. and Mrs. Hnwda. cist f tf thickr.ssesperhapsanuert.I
Si.ebta lwasoathe r an and Mss o n n risoLeadms .TheTGoodrLu fec. a r w CCEPTN. Trucks of u se Ca u
drV len~ and -was hold1in place ti in June of '52. Mr. Graham ha listBut $;,ddMrs. weight will travel thou- round each 2!-mile oval
by nh a Ol-rose t lace been with the UnitedtStatesNa-Edrndsmofe a pv ingsureeriaryhsectionr10
tu g Daeya tc urrh. Lhn y ton r Ho will watch for the first sign of a Test oval No. 1 will have1.

.or.. In thehafrt, :by hr an- "tiHed' aor unod, Mrs. J. J. H umes ng n .i B. Homedr wlominga ne n. se of to 5 me

S S En et E so t NePecc ridbe-, a get ctsa oyrarndt nt Freedom al rke -ntep ha be mcen oht pon lo on the outi -
tR bi.dreV. ofmdhoWit anm y. TtGivenby ith Mrs. Gary McKay and Mr e. GLENDE, Mont. Oh t, 25- the n, I'mol ne Pn to load ahr mari (h IN uantil yn e poun dsc on te
wot wi es oadUf L). Hand N ls, A. Tal owit r U)s b- an who passed by couple of armylanketi a

U Md. V laebokt. Tpredb th Me i and before N B. A. FUNNEisL LIEr os a t" n.."
3rWo lm es wit Jlhere recently is doing something tarpaulin aboard thism g to ete rishNd tutiatcnetearwilathe!

wth* o'br ' id C oosooandra. ael rston, gve Gfharyon M lK. loDtrgeJ r o ibN ries n haed G v te nexht yeark wll t'therovL wi hene a

e nohhtXo-'n LADYSe D r.hfcmen hd a wntndedin de antoaeng lce al on the i rye noson ltsr btomendhae aw osnfil an de:a cary toninr tv n eq oth
o r I Lw E. A .L S A HomecomingLana Sunday, ada ww hen they are released they r -aytaneaxesonxle e-th de l o l J
felt a cscade brua "warm-up" partt at their quar- d a but never WILL, on which, former parishioners have Important bearing on fu-;ately in

Mrs.Ekwn. .wh oe f was the ters last evening, ncedg n in tHe eae C o' He's bui a e lt n a boat andIs e u sP ture highway building, Now en- o uc wit]h0 '
ar&-0.homnor. er. gown was masqueradebalnat the Coco Solo The Chiefs tWives' Club of. 'theI a nlo I t on the Yel-i bI uA te p arre urged to join char, A

, bt m' for* M-. itnad.r a r. 3, *. Wider, flure -s planiest aitngiasoruhJ udge r.F realwtot rsi th roe urtty Fhr t1

o S e olo Naval Stationis pt- I lwsoner the services of .worshipewillm a K Uae wiLYt

1*J W all we tiem w and wgite -the o ini .treat Twr Aries shw saday oe thether
oca cree- le. anO rsCltb. bte ad ont ot observed at St. Peter's amayn e ohe imum truck load to. rucks. l t ,
6 e e w as wt g ah.and, she A Halw e er a Haoa eeeen Carilhe te for Alo :3 FUrne, artist, T i adventurer, Alb ro hur B n ov b esouldb 0 0 p o s
matching mitts : Theoor-.In the residence and. autumn all cldren whose hers are bachelor and self-styled stu-Sxoulbe1 unu i

w BuildingNaos.9 P aerec -llen d Maipthat.,nsuccessfultInrenewingh the con- maximum load on two axles STUR Mc
Ia hand boUiUtOfba' symbols entered th buffet ta- 6:00 p. at u er epe d nectionsM of several people who, should b double the single axle, Mary

.o orchids and wre a matc. rle. All of the service pieces were E t e were baptn ed, confirmed or -

+ ,iA-r, q, oi fN o a o n lTwo pe prizes l ne givn ino The 3 r in no hurry when he .: The C.anal Zoa' United ed atP dIn Sit d Pet err's,.laalbe-
Mary.tdroThompeon The guests included m teintwoag wcdou tvr ,nn1t11- e.He h s eiC. 'mlesection ed to. ,on

.Glo hl artog eathr dla lloo verut oibeoren hi y se up mates leather.ead b ressedees the reulron hl yue
"was r .W. or. ersister.hesndMrs. L. L. -Koepke, Captin der fivdhat anlltoe ye arsdtes Us F morning, a coffee minute of cement-concrete pavement onThe t
edWith &Wd Mr.5 f p ert. L. WareCorn- turn. Mois gam an d pink JulyHis roub e Involves tsh e-officers and airmen this morni to entertain-parishioners and

it&* oig MngdsgawiccvrteIdhte(rack e k dto oeaslock .ed with h ersP ag BF-
"" le Add aMdson-, Commander. and Mro. V. W. be a nomial charefr hot dogs isi rivers and the Gulf ofen
fi t Il She.wore L Adler, Lt*.. dOminderand Mrs. and-adnmissi3n tq the side shqwMex ico. Recently arrived On the Ith- r g. Top sponsor is the Western Asso-noastwnc tS c

h d Because of the location of the He is making the 5,500-mile mus and formerly affiliated with All loose offerings received at cation of State Highway
Sribbo. In a yellow osathnin rs for. Lucri, Lt, buildein all parents are reqest-jon eigho adeh uiFreedom Pthetservices on that day wlob lthe$500000pitj

 c aed' andMrs. tI.-..rowellL i.ed A accompany. their hea stateOfKen Crowe or Charlst, S C

the aret.Ihey o l...n..ptl-S
Lt..o, Co-- stay, the manager of tbC. ..Teartisrl4 Great White Fleet thFare $1ommun0.00

/ -= "- .... .- ..... .- pter. tone of the fe V .er nte South spent m y any anxious mo- "'"
b eshoeILt .tn culturaliHaaeet in the play of the hand APPLY :
.. ..e. rank with Hho.e of-t airea. Arerdes pSeMhown today wonderating whetheroly
S.. f ,LtMfigures of the Re.alrance. andhq NsW ORLEANS SERVICnet, Crstobal or not the club finesse would .sB. e7 & ., Inc., apd the. B. eo & o., .
e&W. dn Dma .t. Ad Mrs. L A gs on art aPe ospehouses.L succeed. When the knHe also entione of clubs Fend the work that To Buenaventura, u Pyaquilc Terminal Bld.
%'-SneadU.'dd- Mri.w, t7eaderAs he glide$ gently.dawn. d was.being.donlsbe adi CFree l
h pesdaolo fl ..a hundred and Hitchcock, Lt. '-and Mrs. J. ..roie in combatting Conoununh__as *o Arica, ATa dalparaiso.

if th kept t Florenc ionn ir .8,LEON a.........ot..... and Mrs...........Na. le his ame contract.

SIdaho, under tetitleegr Me, "If he. There are any hIQUI" .along.......... ;teO...................tO evening ov. 1f West oened a diamond, ndi

and Reflection tSimon M dummy won with the ace. De-
by Schuster) tells the tory ot hdnat kerrseted Chlded uad m o i therupsac D,
-' -.. war as Berensofi saw it, a nd iarer now tried out the trumps,
_______ __ *_ __e__t__th__aok f ROYAL NETHERLANDS
SCL1 IM. rich with *Ise and witty obeer- Arrives trump trick. Whenat West took thad a sure ,
vations on life and art.... NEW YORK SERVICE Crtobal queen of o spades he returned
B '- Bl M ;. '^ ---diamond and South ruffed.
.,, ao-C A "The game now depended upon ______
was)a&i... g d m re. "CAPE AVINOF" ............................Oct. slS aub-ay STEAMSHIP COMPANY
ton) IA considerably mor' e ... .. .................. ............t. 2 t lub
iIt cheerful than d r was ithe S. "CAPE CO sou...........................Nov. West naturaUv played the king '
S d' 'on J the tlric wt h wunaro. Bc c. TO EUR OPE:
n1 fact, that a reader 1aCal6 s Ir|hv =mlinef iromm acr6"I ne tw of clubs, and South exultantly TO EUROPE:
wthhisfirst twob Up ClnclwAmtMarmie M S ....wonI thetrickwthdummy's ......... .
S .. Droht and Back ome. a be This was a sad mistake. ast ORANJESTAD ....................Ot.
i m a Nittle skeptical of i. "b could not be prevented from win-at HERA .. ..................Ot.
a, .i""e fo Pas ger himO at., eo.. T .. .........nine. .... O a club trick with his J.ack.
0 ~.. ,.tPowO leansie &,Hduras Cristbal whereupon a hart return gave ..
; l h&West two heart trickn to e.?eat_
Aim Joe. .isj o "0313wQ1b m T "....................... ... T con act.E CARIBBEAN:

'g aMl" In I iQui r l.... ......................Now. st o hat tri toeeaT CBEA N
listhb toa n South should not have been In 'C
v tSF Ia trick with dummy's ace. No mat- .ERA .......................t. .
icerptdr u os a VW car, how it went agnst the van. BENNEKOM................... O.
MIGAL &S he should have allowed West to ____________________
ha-16;s __ a e a 14 aeo holtl thefirst round of clubs with CAhT'"
fa' tm:foEastI 1--for 9 to vain the lead .lBREDA ......ov..
".-: f_.~tto" nd South could run the rest oI STIAI ent calling e an
mt,11"01to. le om the clubs without tlo tports)............... nu t
%a.. se heart. South waind discard..............
"".. ''. -" .. a heart n dummys extra ClU ;:
MW is W4el oe blarts. S&Mtb* IM1011auh'i.M &
Idnas wead win a trick. Ete 2Mr 1. 0 C S M0120
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon
Lewis Service Sal6n de Belleza Americano Carlton Drug Store e
S:No. 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and No. 55 West 12th Street 10,059 Melhndes Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n
Propaganda, S.A. M for 12 words. .
Morrison's Agendcia Internacional de Publicaciones "H" Street corner Satudiante St. Mnmm. f12word. s, ..
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798 c. ca d.* 4"4 :
Sp A.M. Sunday, Obt. 2 owi r, Oct.,, .
8:00-Sign, On Musical Inter-" A. "" ,
w------ PROFESSi~ 8:30-Hymns of all Churches. 7:0lo'rnlb Salon 0160k e A""
Household Do you have drinkingproblm? Autom hile Gromlich- Santo Clar beach- PROFESSIONAL 00-mBBLE AUDlhORIUM OF 8:- Vateea.
Write Alcoholies Anonymous. Bol F -Ur cottages. Electric ice boxes. g PR S TH AIR 8AevLllwuior
FOR SALE:12 mine glasses, $6,- 2031 -Ancen. C. Z. SALE:-Ud tres, passenger stoves, moderate rates. Telephe 9:15-Good Neighbor Time
00. Radio, $60.00. Electric clock, commercial at'Agencias Cosmos. 6.441 Gomboa. 4-567 Pedro Mi- 9:30-London Studio Melodies9
r, ---- g:i.30- 29. t g-London Studio Melodies. *;;V"- :" .
$4.50. Sunbeam Coffee Maker, on Automobile Row No. 2:. tel.- ue..-
$8.00. 9 ft. Westnho use fr- Dr. WENDEHAKE. Medical clinic, phone Panama 2-4721. RATS are (BBC) "lit
erotor, $60.00. Veneticn blinds, Estudiante store et wee '48 Sedn hillips. Oceanside cottages. Sa ntaE g 10:00-Music in the Tempo of J .. .
4 small, 2 large, $30Ho00. 52g Poanma. extras perfect condition. 330 E, Pe- Panama 3- 1877. Cristobol 3-1673. O LY WANT 10:30-Meet the Band 11:00-News "rd 10:-f the ecd
windows, $5.00. House 752- B. P-,I dro Miguel. TO GET' ID OP THB 1 H:00-NATIONAL LOTTERY 11:05-Ott (botd (nt) ll:Ow, .
FOR SALE:-One steel library table, Travel via "AREA," "the Route of FOR SALE: Willys 1948 Station OK KENT USE 11:15-PTRONIO PRESENTS, ll:30-Aee .the ~ ; .i ( 43)
FOR SALE:-ne steel library table, rave v orNIN EASE Wagon. Duty Poid. Teller Rigby, :30-MuslC for Sunday 12:00-NeW 11:t
$5.00; 1 chest of drawers $6.00, the God Neighbor" NO INCREALS AN D I St. No. 28. A rt A- F R I N. 2:00--Aerican Round-table :00--we -
One 7 foot Frigidaire, $100.00 IN PRICES!.. FREE MEALS AND I St. No. 28. :00-..New
$_-- ----------- -- ----_ S67.00...NEW YORK, 5$111.00 Luxe Sedan with radio, in excel- rwo and five room. furnished, and c* FARIN) .. a ake Tbr n ace 12 -PS MS i
O p GUAYAQUIL, $75.00.. .. QUITO lent new cor condition. Must sell unfinished apartments; private CO t AR-FA ) 3 Choir tLake Taber nacle 12o:..
O SALE:---Large 9 pdiingroom 86.00 Round trip MIAMI, $120. before my new 1953 Packard cr-1 closed gardens. 80 I0th Street onEO F. NO VE Y 1:00.Jo'Rtafford ShNow.(VOA + 1:.15- -nonaiRt, P. arade .
set, 9 ft. all porcelain refrigerator. 60...NEW YORK $208.60 ... rives. Contract Dr. de la Guardiao. I Closed ton Telephone Col tGEO .:N. --.eran Corubeh 1:4--ack
slide rule, Deep Sea rod and reel. GUAYAQUIL, $135.00.... QUI- Telephone EDalboa 6,454. 138.1c.lruSeeAa
1546-A, Mango St.. Govilon Area. TO, $154.80. BOEING 4-engine 2 Cet Tel. 3-014ThVr Alert Steer (VOA)
planes. For more details see PAN- anted Position F RENT -Draa and Symphony 200-Thre Qurte e
FO SALE -One mandixc washer, cano site Ancon Busstop. Telephone 2- WANTED: Salesman or saoleody. Rooms M DE FURNITURE' 4 -WatYour favorite 2:3--Ako i esl I
6 ycl a t wse can |655.1lRd N;:E, 0- ast' u ar i2:3-Batoo.Of
be used as manual, in excellent _65____ wanted for large concern, Excel- R mM .. ,TR:00-.uest Star 2:45-Eatteoth, i ds '$:-i i15ftI "'
ndn. $1500 43 ,Owen lent working condition, g9od so- Extraordinary large cool room,i own OUR Slow-ROO 6:15- ht for Livng 3 A t
St. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS! lary. Write Box 323, R. of P. stat- entrance, completely private, f6c- L sipeeovwe' 630-/Jhe Greatest.Story Ever- 3:15S-ThOLittle o AW '4:edt-o
FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO ing age and experience. i ,ng street, convenient to Zonqe:nd et "pholt T cal Noteb (V 3: O 0--Muslc for, Weih day, 3'4~.
FOR SALE:-Quortermaster dining one way $85, round trip $135 5 WANTED:--Experienced manicurist, Bell Vista Furnished, gentleman E 7:30- the 41ort 6s 4:S- pla Paae ..5LI
table $8.00; Four choirs $8.00; day-limit), $160, "Cood one year);, neat appearance. Apply Diablo onry. 3-1081. "77 Auto Row 7:45-: .-Lean Back and Listen 4:30--Weat's YburFPAvodte : w l? .out or tt
sideboard $12.00, steel desk $8.- to LOS ANGELES, one way, $149 Beauty Shop. Telephone 2-1322. "_l a"----- 80-BBC Playhose 5:15--ENGIH IN 'ERE AIR
00; 25 cycle Deepfreeze $125.00. 15, round trip $252.35, 90 day- FOR SALTeE l.-" 8 00-BBC YConcert aU 5:215-Wh INYour I aT orite R' 3
107-A, Jadwin Ave., Gamboa, te- limit) Panama Dispatch Service. Help W nted ----------L. o:00.-B Concert Hall 5:20.-Whats. our FaVorlt ra"
ephone'6-407. opposite Anon bus stop. Tel. Pan- eReal E t xte. S. A. 1o0:00-i for MUSi (IEC) (s.:0o-News t
a 26WANTED:-Amerlcan housekeeper, Bt11:00 gn Off .35-What' Your ,vor0te 4:u..
FOR SALE-Baby Grand Piano $575. to cook aod care for 2 small boys FOR SALE: Beautiful cottage,3 Sh1ppn, moving. storage. (coftd).' .
00, Walnut finish mahogany din- We repair and Refinish all kind of: while mother is in ho-pital. Tel. bedrooms, 2 baths, garden and Monday, Oct. 27 6100-FADS AND F~AHIO8 G
ing and bedroom suites, $275.00 bamboo furniture. Special Work.' 6-477. House 109-B, Gamboa. grounds terrace front and' side. Wepack. and crate or move. A.M. 6:30-Rlciky'f.R4.0 QlSOp T:0-Co ne to thb Parlor
each, 6-strand Rattan choirs with Juan B. Sosa, in front of "Jimmy .l. must be assured of Cojo de Se- anythilig 'Phone 2-2461,' 6:00-Sign On The Alarm 6:45-LowellcThomas (a0)
Ottomen $90.00 each, bolster type Shop," Jardin Balboo. WANTED guro. Tel, 2-2542. 2-2562 Panama Clk Club 7:0'( B). 7:3-
Rattan chair with Ottoman $8Q.00, ;.eu FORa SALE:-Lot on Fiftieth. street am. 0- Morning Clu on You '(0f RT,
8 piece mahogany (with webbing) ARE YOU INTERESTED IN FORM- MiscelaneOns Bella Vista. On hill. Across Tale- 8:15-.Morning Varieties R 5-t O
livingroom suite $80.00, small ING A SCOTCH SOCIETY? If so WANTED:-Vocotion quarters on or donors apartment house nameae 8:30-MMudical Reveille '7:45-- nc li n4theAlr(D) A. i.( A
sturdy tricycle $9.00, picnic table and you are Scotch or of Scotch about 20th 'of November. No Miami). Telephone Balboa. 2870. l A iA R .j:00-New. 800-Everin1gl aln
$8.00. Choice Gardenia and Hi- descent through to second gene- wild-parties or pets. Service man 1 o Li lL :-CoaT.nd Get.It .08:4:5-00.Gesevn ga
biscus specimen. Misc. household ration. Wiite to P. 0. Box 458 and wife.Refeiences, Call 2-1569 A A. e ORLAC ee It 900-Th mall' at Al-
items. Call Allen 2-73-5261 or Panama, R. of P. or Etx 275, Bal- after 5 p. m. U Pa lmer GraduateE Ol -O:-News 9:30-l gte n 0 B
553-B (hilto whpte concrete Quarter bo Heights, C. Z. WAT OPTICE HOUns: 10:05-Off the Record 9:30-The Haunti .Hour 10:0Hoeua 6f- At i
55-B (to whiteop Curundu Heighte Ourters bo Heights WANTED: By American coup 2 d 11:00-Ne 1000-THATER O
-B H without children, fully furnished Giil d s t ... 11:05-Off the Record (contd) TH At (VOA) e -Anied .
R SALE-Household effects One FOR SALE apartment Beo Vist or Vist bokrom L Th 11:30--Mee the Band Ow'Nest ,
del Mar, for a period of more or t2:00-:-2-ews ,. 12:00-rSlOlft .11:I^s--Je ,I. t ..
,o.double bed, mahogany box spring .. less two months, commencing- ] ]+ ,".. z1:1 .'-.|2..I -
al innerspring mattress. Dressing MigCeU OR November, Eighth, telephone 2- C C Th4 .
Al -l le. mirror', one O resser steel odd November. ighh,-t-l-phone2 ia+o mchop.Mivic Th gudsehlo 2N '
Sble. mirror, one Oesser steel odd 2644, from 8 to 12 and from 2 WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 (UTP) i1iSaia A*
:tA c ent utensils. House FOR SALE--Upright piono, $175.00. to 5. AThe government reported today t-.- j 1:00--NIM 6 6- i ,i tI ,.
501-A Akee Street. Cabinet type sewing machine $65. that the cost of living declined .1r"Pfl BPqrsonality Parade 0- "
00. 2115-9, Curundu. Phone 83- PERSONALS El lyla stmon^ ^th^ 2i B { r ..p..n. concert for t
OR SALE: --Diningroom set. moho- 7265. time aOSneity last mnhFebruary, th 0-irMtl HeCth Tronce ,t 7: 7
'"pony, 6 chairs. Friqidaire 60 Cycl Attention pupils and Students. lv* LQwer food prices were solely 215-It' Time td..Dan ch 81-Mo Va7n.3g e
Hret..-Siilr Sewing Mahn tFR L:P1oWr eyrespo.nsiblefrasihe pre$Ita Time ta.-DW.8:10-3fon
9 ft. Gas stove. Desk. Wardrobe. FOR SALE:-Piano Wurliter, ve Hrnett will resume ballroom dan respo be for ea t -----Aen Mel e
S r Sewing Machine cabinet good condition, prac ly new, Instructons, first week in sure tha hadpushed the gov- Y A 2:45-ttle of the Banda "8;45J0rry BeiPrenta :-
5y rockingchair. Radio and Moctr 10079' lr0ni oo'velt, November, Harnett & Dunn. rn 4ent's retail pricebdx toa00 ta
.' B th St. ion 60 ear BHi- upstairs, Colon. HUMAN ENGINEERING.. Corrective ather major ems5 e Litt# Show eg. w ea$ Pr
9088. 1, 0 ColonS. in R Adjustment of the Body Structure., creases 3:30-Must r Monday 4: N-a.I 8 9'
FOR SALE: Double door Freezer George D. Barb, Jr., No. 11, 7th. The overall price drop of two- 4:00-MUsi Wlthout pWordse '1:0-00.,Niwsi .
tyFOR SApe Frigdaire refrigerator 8.5 cu. St., Tel. 2-3833. By appointment, tenths ofonepe BAll M A E NST. p-came',dur-'BOr s on Parade 1O !0-fO .the Record -e -".
no' ntion dining console table. Chi- lain Fide. automat wahrc J( noi Theng the period AuX.15-Sept. 15%. 5:'0-sW'Your Favorite 1t:00-.eun '- 11:0.O ths'mowd (osutA)
Notion dining console table. Chi- ltain -Frigi clire automatic washerin he new index reading was 190i 5:15-ENOLIS IN TfIE AIR-- 1):-....of t]e Record (contd)) 1 ."d0-M.etthe *A d
SRattnes rugs Ratto win settee, 60and cycle $27e5.00. Both like new. pim D. I er cent of 1933-39 prices. Food (Agendca Steer) :8.0-te'r the sand 13:00.-N.w
spriattn arm chair, twin bed ion, House 8025-D, Margarita, phone prices fell one per cent during FOR i R R 5:20-What's,YoUr Favorite I :00--News :,P .
*, springs, -Jamp shode-waffle iron, 32889. Amm t Ift th4 30 -days `(Cofttd.) PAM. 1
rod,..Chinese hope,.i:hest, chest -mmisstoned It I day ""n ,m (Contd.) i 4 i'
S d: Chshoe Th. chest 8E n- '1iTne she decline prevented someR in 5A30--News 121Fl-,M heowlns ..-
. 1 ikdrawers, hF arm chair, 25.' 100,000 aircraft, electrical and NATIVE LUMBER 5:35-What's Your Favorite 12:3-.raplar-a'u 0ic l 0Ei
S. l kni-knack Shelf. Misc, FOROSALE:-Indian motorb ke $1 25 rp 0 oterwIoes rost gt tga li' c.. "s orrt 1mo5' 1.. yif Prte
SHouse, 1467-B, Holden St., Balboa. 00. G. E. refrigerator, all porce Wr e ls oth er worker eaes frodet iTSi 600- AND F Prcait F 1:4Si
lon box, needs unit $70. Elec John W. Henthelso o Mr. rises in th two previous months. 6:30-Freatone Hour 1:hiAtten ane
S FOR SALE:-8 piece bamboo living- otr m tor 25 cycle, -4 H.P. and Mrs. Julius 3. ifentchel of They have wage contracts which TelhoLe: 34H. 5Ll2:00-.-A38 fomz L1IMH rl
0 Exhaust po "g 7:00---Take it* W^ fKK S Kere ( ^ a wy n ;"li---5 + oI p
o i s 0, Hollywood double bed, uer front grilleobar for 1950s0 Balb from the U. Ar my' sare adjusted according to th4 cost A___Neo__l___7:00-Takeit_00)0.2' ) ) -4
S box springs, $100.00. and inreront Hoe 082ar Pornk St Tuesday from the U. 8. my's of living index every three 7:30-BLUE RIBBON ,'1t 2 :. "
spring mattress, $50.00. Universal BChevrolt. House 0821385Plnk St., Officers' Candidate School at month.
washing machine, 2 years old, $75. a. one 3one Va lan t c I 745-Here Comes laouoe Jorde h O: otlV. Debu.nt.EV.
00. Upright Singer Vacuum cleon- FOR SALE:-Two ,months old pedi- altoned a second lieutenant in Other major contracts, includ- 8:00--Eveninr g Salon 3:16st@ .Deb
er, $35.00. Call Albrook 5105 or agree female boxer pups, fawn co- the Corps of Engineers. ng, Automobile and railroad 8:45-U.P. Commentary 3:30-.-Utt. T day 3
see at quarters 300-B Albrook. lor, vaccinated, $75.00 each. Te- A graduate of Balboa High workers, also are tied to the in- 9:00-Oliver Twist (5 C) m4me0n..ey
lephone Panamao 3-1892. Calle 31 Schoql in 1946, the new Army x but adjustments for them 9:30-Playhouse ot Vorite 4:1-ob .
No. 22. 31 officer was inducted into the are made at other periods. v -
FOR SALE: Westinghouse 7 ftT." service in August, 1951. Prior to rd e mwad aoh d onnd th 10:00-The World at Your Win- 4:30,-W a',l r td 5
porcelain refrigerator t FOR SALE:-Must sell: Two 10" s- his induction he attended Brad- Prices which continued the dow (C) 5:15-EN IN THE
$25; boy's bicycle $7; Q. M. cilloting fans, Telechrn automo- ley University, Pforia, Illinois, ended at mi-Septebere inclu 1100-The Owl'is NMet -5:20.-Whats Yor rav,'or t,
tables, block composition top; steel tic electric selector clock, ,. The Hentchel family came to d 12:00-ign Off (Contd)
desk and dresser; sewing cabinet, kitchen clock. VM three speel u- the Canal Zone in .1940 from edrnwing apparelhousehold. 5:30-New .
mb uilt'eetiiyecanalzone.In .1940 from furnishinY, fuelo,
House 5155 Diablo, after 4 pm tomatic record player portoble-with Lmg Island, N. Y. Hentchel is fr f and rent. Tuesday, Oct. 2 5:35-What's Yor Fav orits An
built in amplifier. I-3 HP motor aneemploye of the Panama Ca- frigeratioa an d r P P.. L .^. .. a i
BS t1 for Kenmore washer. Lionel tros- nal Electrical Division and the h decline Was led byawieetr .. P 6RE00-Sgn On T-.- 1
FM0'SALE-Steel furnitureI Dres- EcraDionadthepottoedwcdroped 35 per:001--sig On heWAf Zm ''6
SSALE-Steel furniture: 1 Dres- forme RW I110 Wott. All items lieutenant's mother works for potatoes, P dr Clock 3sarub -
srI dining table; chiffnier; 60 cycle new condition. Very rea- the Adjutant General Section, Cabbage, with a 30 per cent (wited of English) 7:30-Morni Salon 6:30-RickYe hop 1
b teleChonocstand;ue kitchen ta- sonable. Pedro Miguel 4-346 U. S. Army Caribbean at Forter ce Were other big it -TeL-13 8:15-Mor V et
Sbl.Cl(PedroMiguelUnion church parsonage). Amador. pwhichheln ere.o the r i8:30-Music Makers '7:00-Ma B3Ie4-Iallro
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"..... ..... -swer t pI Pu~tnmonth.price trend. a 8:45-Hawailan HUrmpoiles`
Answer toPrevious Pu Mle O S E 9:oo ew s A PO0 g
rN e 1\ n For Bn Exchange lclul 'r l A v" Fresh fruits and vegetables 9:15-acred Heart Program .
A were down 9.2 per cent, while o--- 9:30-As I See It 7:45-P
I :? --- U- A*S -J meats, poultry and fish declined The Corps at Fort 10:o00-News
"One Man'.; Amerlica" by HORIZONTAL 56 Cape *tlA 9" A"' A fractionally, due mainly to a 2.4 oted to spon- 10:05-:Off the Record 8:30' -. "
Allstair Cooks. noted eorres- 1 Jaanese coin57 Female rabbit -I UA per cent droo in pork prices. In eSwbtPack ,6 at Fort 11:00r-News 8:45-U..
penden, for the Manchester 4Mexican coin V2ETICAL 1950. and 1951, food price,,roe ly announced 11:05--Off the Re'ord,( cO ) 9:00--nun
'GuLardai. was one of the new 8mYouand f -. I. sUhtvly t this tim of year .4 Hemann, 11:30-Meet the Band SI-Opel
books Obpeed in circulation by francs in a oin a The preEnt exf 10. per n dtrt ora- 12:00-News 10:00-D f _.: .
th Canal Zone Libra: during S cent com itre to V.TO'l at the.ap e -tli. P.M. ... 5-
the past week. 2PaFrenh 2 Paradise S L. s |,g rAod just fore the start of .h 12:05.-Lupeheon MU sI 10:30-ooah "y ,
The author is a native-born I Poem 3 Denials A A S oKorean war. eiann. will serve 12:30-PopUlar MuslC 11:00 t
Enihma13 Per'sin om4 r I l Supports r1 rU NA S S L A I 'd Averag wholesaleprices drot ~ flkepresentve 1:00-News t av *12:--00- ..1 'd.
En lishmaerian citizenin 1941. Hea 14 Hebrew SIreland 2.d SL -LM f nde one-tenth of one per eenmt aio reorepr'.tve 1:15-Peruc a, f .... a :' :': a; *r
Pieco nized a.s one of the out- meaI'e 6Strier 2Trend 38Caim the week endedOct. 21, the Bu .........
rndineg radio commentators 15Limbl 7ail (suffix) 24 Demigod 40Datish coin 'reau of Labor Statlstlc rel tie. 2:00-A .altl tmh -. -- "
4c news writers o American Hospitl 8 Common 25 Sour 41 Donkeys A drop in the price of aroces t w howa 2_ 15--A Date forhi8f
fairs. His book contains 29 of attendant Silments 26Itemf 42Stuff ed foods led the decline. The bu- I.t who wa' 2P1-a-iritc f lli a k

S th Library interestln weekly 18 Cracked tablets 33 Intruct Unit of wght mitte embers. : 0- -
adcsts On various s facets of 20WConfuse- S Aimong property 43 Half (prex) reau aid.lower .rice., were. bye pak :30- rt .0o a.

in the United Statc which 21 Tropio 10 Touch 27 Broke 4Unloed ETROIT (UP) -,The tradm id- s i eS l bhe 2"N45- t ,l
.G liCr cl4 eening, thus droppio prces o'~ d Ouhilermo :os
t" h omm ato titdin plants pnrocesed foods by lei-tenth. of -Don, 3:00-ATheU6e ANDo
hars made tote E d uoinessc' 17e 29 lruit drin 7 Nvd ctone Dercent. dob oart 3:1S-Thawl ow
Theomrt e e ars t 2 d Cdesisc 1a Medicated 31 Weirder 48 Lateral part neprcent.m hprf Vale m pack corn- 3:30--eMusc forT'i '.
ro the llboat elves during 4Sutaelets 33 Instructt OUnit of weight ".4:0--oUt .. oh

iTie small-boat skipoer and his sufldes 'oy ."prisoners and "there's no point'
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Murder-Bradlev: The 51 Former b r tio
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Wth AB!a on-Release Of Chaplin

The latest Bob Hope come, 'uest d ByAe
Paramount's "n oPal .m erc n eg
win take over the screen at
Balboa Theater again today. a HO HOL L Y W 0 0 D Oct. 24 C
the sensationally successful HOLLY a.,C5,4" L Y WOOD, Oc.b24
'The Paleface," Bob Is teamed L Cher e (UP).- The Americ L- w ash buckling S carafm ouc
with sultry Jane Russell. tempting" rs to go in mglon asked United Artipt
Also starred in the Technica- tion picture production work -
or film are famed cowboy actr but the New York OlantMana- yesterday to withhold/ re- i ] a 0
Roy Rgers and his perfo er eaeidhe hwae't read yet to lease of Charlie Chapin's r
horse, Trigger, quit baseball. Co uces T o Lux, Cf
Academic 'Aard-winn jg Durocher said "there Is no picture "Limelight," until theI
son g-writers ,ay Lin~nsto question about my being bask Justice Department Investl- '.:
and Ray' ivans, -wh~se _op with he Giants next year.- kmRos
"Buttons and Bo'Ws" for Thwo undercontract r I intend to gation of. Chaplin's right to "Scare nouc." Rafael Saba -
P aleface" w' seleceted that live up 0 nytolly-ltraect; re-entry into the U n i t ed tini's sWhbuekling novel of an osecon
years best movie tune have There 18th century swordsmanand e ry Clooney GetPlum
contributed' three ntw numbers ork newspaper t richer States is completed, accord- mountebank who fights and ,
to of aleface." he r banned to quit baseball after ing to Legion officials. cts" his way through love an The Year From Paramount
snwer e covipowd by Jopk 1953 to produce movies Durb- adventure, will be brought next
l songs wMre t Ie cher said he received offer to The Legion's national ex. week to the LUx and Cecilia -o-
ilvered by Bob Jane and Roy go into Production work In both ecutive. committee, w h i c h Theater screens in a lavish,
er"Am I n Love" "Callfr- movies and television and mfht spectacular and star-etudded HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Oct. 25
a Rose" an Le,-Ding 't- "eventually" enter those, met in Indianapolis Oct. 13, Technicolor production by the (UP) Rosemary Clooney, the
niT 4^ S "P Don't get the idea that I am drafted a resolution urging M-G-M studios. New York girl wno rose from ob-
b *asmA .I ee" s asi, elsh. aid Vuocher said in commynd distributors of the. film not Stewart Granger, d Eetanr No. 1 popular song and record
t- 01le ah.S a1ba Th.eater. Joseph Qullas cbnirderJ on hbis recent appearance hin a to picture. kerJraneer andt th e l star in the U.S. got one of the
m fW"itmt o -f-c P. aleface," various pd w Har- f eho ma4e which sarsaactingplums of the year when
a for the first time. yard ra oe eads West Tallulah Bankhead. He said The resolution was dislos- arresting action-drama, whichshe assigned ufor thetop
.6---- a ir mWhfffr b. wbut Ioamv notin an ed a-mnthe fitm'United States takes place in the days of arifeminine role in the new Bing
.ed e-Lt P ., "---'--'- G clar* t hls olate Pape fortune. |ommOfofunebutthoriinoaho-..leman.... br lat sword Afeminner rebt n tew month'
4"To *, Shfortune o t .....nta aCrosby-Fred Astaire Paramount
T oi~-o~a Is i r il:la turnedas t em t premier showing took place in the explosive period d ad
a L ~ M LY W turns out o el s tt the onh-eD fpeoatelnmusical which will feature songs D lonl!e oeyeb dna bh ely reason he would 1enento Thuorsda N e e. by Irving Berlin.
Lex ; l l d n debt. .- .. y bt.b b o- n r t A Legion spokesman said Granger enacts the title role r Hollywood moits his part ising Marquis. They are g
or e a hitch cotue. s outlandish haDespite appearing in 32 mo- the caramout dhe, handrill ke a glove. tewart Granger fine support by a large ca
er brorrespondashery enncludes a linen cap lon B all he add normal office routine, athr arnd the irl he adore- umnis the reckless hero are saying that C headed by Henry Wiloo-

e ns" Durbi agonoS v in S !2dnuring Sumer and duster (tor piloting his Abbottand Lou Costello haven't S November 4 consequently, his half sster. La- serve and dash, with Eleanor na Foch, Lewis 8tone and Rich-
tJ' as "r 1 't s" o ,ane, a badlands beauty thos- vlowe d d own much a lay the anouncemen of Veturer and son o an un-ey s Pa th e role of the ard Andersonto
i d hmya h oard of bigh-jacked the on known French noblemanouchse Doris Day, Whotheadedr Brother's

ase a g gLeion' their antics s wil act a fdy refuge with a reving redheaded) Lenore to the hilt. "Scaraouche" is a pictr
Vvely acting role*th him in "The gold. The 1 ale.face" wa d- wh i t suad vest e friend is Philippe de Val- blonet eigh as the dreamy- that can be enoyed by
he'rI 'd Ava hedr 'eret," now' aini -haev ed troiubgeisooaern oi thh vao lady, bm enor e (Eleanor Parker) eyed Aine, is the typical young goers of every age d-emery

r >lPfe.?^&-%icrin FOB "At|twt ONLyt produced by '06ertL. Welch. eostlo th r fru "or at Chicago now plays a leading role In grl in love, with Mel Ferrer taste. It has color, sPectadetheh
t u e "ea l S current alad-hrtiversadsa tt- lnternaen- ptolw Nt is to. Scaramouche's affections as well funding out the stellar quartet mance and action and w
t ytot them- film ed ttod lon ,l co t that ars in stocrts.he hilarious pawhen the l ith a nt- Bob Hope comedy. "Here Come

rd :k ,bl a a. cea mnd s a n$ w ,n h_ (tilhe srkinyeirn to theU nSt cause r hf the people ginst the ag herant second uncomprom- mentew

O1,a b ter pr gleo f t m ofandono ned ,OOn t reu ,n O nct a 21-( n pro m hl ro o ^n t ... re ..... a di A CI TY
'eay nd t at P i amtof Id that Matt ackveof n ext monthod ter is killed by the arrogant no-s the girls."
tO t ep r;- a ryPa o owr an unknown rfPaleface Senior- beca been toeth- t thrti hen bleman-and brilliant swords- teeA
cnrhastaked out stints-after ther'clit engage-(M n eUlor the return permi given (Mel Ferrer), that Scaramouche ago in a minor role in "The
for herself. NO lo rost profes- mon at ill sancho- Vegasto tily profiled Miss Rulss 11 I'k himon his darture from vows to avenge the death of Id.s
ra`t-e to .if'Conen entra. ThrI eaer climbs and out of a wardrobe the light of rfriend.-The plot twists anh os- eGd), Paramount r e c e iveed
o cikenotl, Lbanei "Adulfor t ply Te aeyS the most exciting of tday nhe U. s will be penst ar furtherr engendered s *ch enthusiastic public response

San te tir aryn, adosent p cano I a b rider the election board but areki show Boat n Producer Ca- ht the studio started groom--
and FernanodoA ae"They'lltourIbnnthe four- her career. it ranges trom a d... o o when aramouche falls in loveahe s a g
ln s teadf -,hn han er omefo year. rich set of ba -the-houlder By BEN COK ith the young and appealinglg her for stardom.
i a s t D sano butds in bath tub sequencr It took Cot loger to fd w sh t t ried out raising duellaequences, the VANESSA BROWN
ea e aleg .dance hall mHOLLYWOOD oct. 25 (Unly to learn subsequentaL that for "Scaramouche" fits his part rising Marquis. They are
Sed an how society's blann mak- proesonal boxer. He quit that through on their way to Mar: the assault oe avrillac his like a glove. Stewart Granger fine support by a a ca

daughr, anna cn lovea Voores, c e gian the e d .hsuer.Thaaes a i n faveo r f arc in a n brilliantly spectacular 0 r BELLA VISTA LeX THEA
"Dean *rs M a pn p rdasheryIncludes a lineven capstore, wheture he save d $200. He When the take off In their have they overlooked the hdores, plays the reckless hero with headp.m. -
SoIWA indd. movie hin ao-Den. th s 8theumnmerh ad duster (for plotinghis obbott a rted f Lou Costello hven't e November an an eenthi hialf s L the oad endash, with Eleanor Fil

Jo bu F) and A ow o .mhestad ioasnamemberseuently, his haf stesr.ra vee ann "BELLES SON a
maihf Is.tuicn-Out to be a of la& "As atan- of "flet IM Ford) and w cowboy cos-slowed down much and they're beled a traitor and oursve Ihv Parker playing the role of the ard

seebtl ABcradeaeK '& a o the currency, wah Wten | W- E ciththetish e r w a r e I t I I ARUSO" De nbra Paout.a
Ir.a.e,"1":,h hacked bya lilon.teon, g. The r S? Iugh. their antics CHICAGO (UP) Mobile the g'men, Scaramouch sritd, hotheaded (as well as
5 .,'h n oe i -i Whi t(esn e) o fulayu er wi act ind rhe h ouse with a roving redheaded) sien orea to tsca ra tio ei
e ho :a. t1t hthe. ry p E INtat ere etheot.opel
hea" -, ed y Frnkof a shlwst o tin a"Oed Niht theletrouble -shooters' to 13 rev en t TrOePe Of actors, whose leading Janet Leigh as the dreamy- that
p uectionUl prdeurcedebyN slonLto-eWrelacth-ollsN IrChi nowiplays aeleadingtrole Ing Irin love, with Mel Ferrer taste.Ithascolorspectacl
of ntc r r.'e t .t e rt.e r r ifi c that er e Hn polosacom e..S caram ouche's affections as w ell ro
Cod mnmerreefAmericanC yA eci thea a-tse piurest one ther ethe arrogant and uncomprom-
eab.ndon- asd ioU teledepitense ftle.ducrst hel o at "t o sa renaes is tha sco ucs e
Advi fll 'u y, e saiY Wta Ma nd e (the sayshe will It is when this traveling troupe
Lebanonbee t&eh- ol. ufStanley f So'a'd I arw with him Hollywood'sagatesm cUnerole-TadjM And is given an opportunity to de-
nebaaorninforIl,* forJd eAmVl e. aend his revenge from the Mar-
.mer h to po nt,ls m inFrk "One Night I n the tropics." eath them36, o the sene quick-ohs doMyneis inonehofpthed
If Tht "ef. _as re tlon to 'thei "r wng ,c hool for thelawyers-1 P SAW most breathtaking dueling se-
Tel"T,, be ad in TAo t Ol; A vsv ete.._.ldth' a ro"du cergosoeGrWoawng nwtoterrific that they were quences ever staged for a mo-
pyp aU s d r odc'g evthr boretfd n aora lsgthere r1 g1 d 'pro mIptly to'long-term c o and more effective than vol d i s p turer .Sinc tshert is ard
pa01r4o theborde-4 0 them HOLm CAL, t a2e t a bi e unteo r w th sta aDretlirnge due f orN
.i[t P.a o "Aub' Ph wTcre sid hae.ataack''f cn ,t wil bg paid hads better be left seen than
R0o known actor for-bs 'abeen avne to get he toe ne qwh told. Sufficient to say that be-
"a Or. 0 Bavoanhers ber an unblep-oso t thoe te ws sOllHEnsw enEthemrtoaresenequick-
That's.-'ki. e -as 4 a s admadults m as Frank Marts, or II m bo d radioefor ly," the jUdge e:lA8ed. "'They foe the inalcr
arreti .__ fore tr u-9 nn g tirable t* do M uehni-vren "ohe's hos.r eis vin icated e ,ery
moonrev er o n. %" in t y o. dueromanticaaspirations ar,
hteBondto"tmh.asabreakll_ er idrte electin oard,"banId "Tlast picture Ta the smashing
.s. .. .. .. wes bohe-ia PatIrno" N Isand matet rbbctont h e ftheinecame1aebo neh cetcaslier
reconl40,tby 4. =1epayn."em-don. "d l xnd a stated e au-ivingtaelighust hida e givsemy "aanlouhe," rolandin ey
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ded a nleee motshow ocityWithe iak- pOfesslone boHxer.aHemquitathedoughong throu waye to Mars treassuelte o .the. B ilerivenCENTRne
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Cof Fii u l droug ht. e limouSA at an took 8" and a $lqFwaich DnIGIDA
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1st Race "C Native 7 Fgs. NW YORK, Oct. 25 (UP)-The New York City District lu
Purse $325.00 Pool closes: 12:45 Attorney says it would be a "serious error" for American
Major League Bowling Lea ue competitors, Bill oon and Frst Race of the Doubles ague basketball teams to sign players who were olvred In E O RA, o
dorg Selecta Defeats Snowcrop fourth place, but Hermann with o Castllo 114 Frank Biogan says: "It would be a diatt dlelee to -Mfie 30 .
this 600 m moved into ffith place, 2 A nnie N. 0. Castillo 114 H says:"It would be a di c c to 2 .3 ""...k
t Frozen Foods to Lead his 600 moved Into ffth place Winsaba J. Reyes 120 amateur and professional sport to reinstate the men who dis- Firs e: (Duqpe h-B a l Wtiam M hm M asln i
,,She race for the lead in the while Ted Wilber with his 631 4 Calngb B Puldo 112 graced ^ e Hom 59.30. Pan Eyiu e ,v e9..
Major Bowling League tighten- jumped from 10th to 6th palace. 5 Pa chit A. Mena 115 The Ateroau League met ~oN York di.s ,the THIRD RACE. '. roolith WI hBalboa eek. -
ed up considerably Tuesday Wilber Norris advanced from 8th 6 Sun's Maoon J. Bravo 112 matter. Owners of the Jersey .City team want to ume Sherin 1-Don Jaime (e) $.3 1 80s 2.80, They report the Bay is full of b.,- Whuboo plntUul from
night at the Diablo Heights to 7th, Melanson dropped from 7 Tuira V. Castillo 112 White oft Lng Islanl Unlversy and former ontucky ases '-*Manoete .30. .alero to Plke Bay. .or. WahoO to be found ns lare
Clubhouse bowling lanes when 7 to 8th, while Billy Coffey 7Alex Gross ad Ralp2h Beard. White has se ed a all sen- -Domino (eY .3 0 na er- anad o.vr, uch a 3ig ttMry ti It ia hoped
the La Importadora Selecta dropped from 5th to 9th place. 2nd Race D" Native 6% tence for shaving points., Grossa and eardha reeed -ear Off received s b One-Two: (Don Jansthathat le ato er s huAa. loo o abl t i he
team knocked the leading Snow- Fronheiser dropped from 9th to 2.r Ra000 Pol N lotes, Fs ended sentence for the same offense. The Elmira team s lete) $62.20_. wek ld to toak_ e adm of this
Crop Frozen Foods team into 10th. Second Race of the Doubles ".asking permission to use Bill Spvey. He .i the seven-foot ex- FOURTH I The Doctors re t th and a m fln ab Itm ts
S forth place with a four-point 1 Golden Bound A Mena .114 Kentucky center who has been Indicted for perjury In connee- 1-Dies de Msay- d$.0 2.60 Sae tUnot too godand'yB are, the coat toCo o
rjjtpry, while the Atlas Club The first 10 individual aver- Gloina M. Zevallos 116 tion with testimony about basketball fixes. 2-Volador $7, 2.80 Ptt ore l o the. .pf tl i iridw *Ina when oOan ted
I ok three from the 7461st AU ages in the Major League after 3 Diana VM Castllo 114 Jack O'Brien. who has resigned as American League pr. 3-Yoi klto $2.0 the had -ca_ ny w mpr e r with the
Igpal team, and the 1952 City the play; for 21 games: 3 Diana V. astillo 114 Ident, says: Quinela: (Dies de Mayo-Ve. blundini e off.e ar ftle b found loaly'.
champions of Max R. Stempel Balcer Atlas 193-18 5 Mirand A. Visuez 113 "1 would help these boys find jobs any other place, but not lador) $11. The use of ed e o sall boat uoved *eh a l durg
& Son knocked over the luckless Morton Snowcrop 190-20 5 Miranda A. uin basketball. I don't believe they belong in the game." 1... FTie AC th l t tolan dment,_ ad s.tince. .S- maty ahnt.ab
L, Homa team for four points, Malee NFFE 189-15 3rd Race "1-2" Im orted 7 Fgs 1-Viajero 3, S .t t t. The ad A n 'of a tip-to- i 5 M
whieh put the Atlas Club in 2d Borup Imp. Sel. 189- 6 Race "$37500 Poolp closes 1 S 2-Roadmaster $.20 angle morW- t tsett he rather
lace V-point behind the Selec- Hermann Stempel 189- 1 Race NE TWO ., SIXTH RACE t can gre wh ed propriyora
t group, and the Stempeleers Wilber Stempel 189- 1 1 Cocaleca G Graell 120 KC $.80 $, 0 the f a do ew et
J st 1/2 points out of 1st place. Wilber Stempel 186-19 2 Bet C Iglesis 114 o 2-Blen Hecho $10.80, 5.40
S The match between the Im- Norris FyL 186-9 2 Betun C Iglesa 11-Golden Mine $5.
portadora Selecta team and Melason Snowcrop 186- 3 3 Cradle Song Rleyes 116 t ^ C .- ..
Snowcrop Frozen Foods was just Coffey Atlas 185-19 4 Apprise Kton FlorCed 17x 0 0 r n $A.
a question of too much power by Fronheiser Imp. Sel. 184- 0 Mosqueton V. BaedeJro 1178 ow 2-Avnue Road 30 2.6$4 .
Sle team while the other The scores of the play Tues- 6 Wild Wire J. Baeza Jr. 118r Seond DonuRoad (0 4
couldn't 'get up.' La Importadora day night: Nov Second Doue:-2 Fp yo "-C. .
took the first game 992 to 885, La Importadora Selecta 4th Race "F-2 Native 7 Fgs 1 d. No8 n 6 i &. 40.
tha second 935 to 853, and the Damian A. 220 159 194 573 Purse: 275.00 P .ool closes: 2 :20 th folwn niht E BC "a
18Ro so a Pep D n, J. I Rosa B. B. Pulido 112 Nov8, at the Olympic stadium 1-Levadura$.3 80 2.60
Dam43 o 2r8 hiMhuo an P keetam r 15 21 3 182 8 2 Cosa Linda A. Mena 120 the first meeting of Panamas 2-Cur-caA 0 = .. __
wit h 589, with Toio leDamian f ol- Borup 205 171 169 545 3 Strike Three A. Vergara 109x upcoming speedway season haslea|-on"--
wi ng with 573. For nowero p 5 14 Resorte C. RuI 120 so far drawn 12 entries, with e .
and Presho 546. aae__ 6 Consentida E. Dario 102 The field presently i includes a NINTH RACE n u(l w ytl| ,,r ,_h t.h a'j .r o
Melanson had 547, Morton 546 Totals 992 935 916 2843 oxntida CasauI 1120 moree tp ently included a 2 he t. .
M leHector owners Snowrop Foods 7 Juan Huincho V. Rod. 117x mixture of proven stars untried I-Black o 8 10.80, 4.80, 3.4b f ei boas a eqitp
fMe taiehec 7461st AU gr Doupwihe' mero11631en9o453 o Vilareal. _. Ryes 120 who have.; ao.g f ullseason's, e 2Gty t10."4, 8. Ibe1 td V sl e o til ""' ic be r 'n
Atlas boys took the first game Melanson 17849 220 547 8 Comandante' J. Rodri. 110 newcomers, and capable riders it : i 1l l3 Iterlade i. v., .It l-1? '- bwia5t l-lwithin few
Wheeler leading them to victory Jamison 194 182 162 5 10 Sin Fi A. Enrilque 120 rienceI behind them, but who .. ei- O e-Two: S umbo- G..O iBd,.e other ee=ng ,_a -.. W. a ,ve iWn. boata.arbMngan
with a 217 game, but dropped the Presho 204 189 1 544t "G" I Re have so far been out of the a- l .I
,wither's 206,4henoHcda- e.Tof als Sx 1-9t,, eh ,th w thf od.Sti- e a nwn
scond 102 to 6n depiat Morton f17 1R 1o Purse: 4 .00 Pb closes :55 Should rain impair the sta- 1-Valarla $3. 40, 220 A. e lt. i .lds vi
the unit knocked out, a Totals 15 53 890 2628 1 Porters Star Dob. Rves 13x dium track Nov. 8, the races will 2-* te *2,$ltt ow-to 0f
23 and 203 and Saylon the .e 2 Pincelazo B. Pulldo 2 be ridden the following night, w
3aAt Bla0 s AClub3 aia J.7.Saman I ,120 Su ay o.9 GU tit r alSSd i. hilM.a
19 ey ap 1. er 06 10 2 3615 e Practie night for the entrants 1-D RAy $2S2 er. P onbn tfQt .

Su b 61 to 845 when 2 rabella 158 197 180 535 5 Rosaio F, tRose 126 is set for the Wednsday-forthe 2-so fot gcky $3. toramn ltotln.6ib ...1.. ..h ie .S< ,o .for
B t ho already had a ates 1902 1 00 191 551 the meeting. Any B-mecha nical teh8 ba ibe eu Ou t Oh
21 o picked up the high Cof fey 145 19 1 6th Race C" Importe faults revealed n the racing .
s e isher oFie rstE bo l ed 51Bl acekof1th B E 8 lerDo ubles:r If $:SE chi d o nea a- ... ,; ..

Vh thaor eod theefinavelg s Firs Re 2haof th-eDul then be rectified before Ilrace d4M 4 w-sb efor 1i, f -pe --L -- e h
w a Totals $92i se 981 2843 1 Notable) A. Vas uez 114 night. '1,ha. ot NP"' _A bon_ 1
S ame, but t Wheeer bowling 100 741st AU Si al -- Bendegu J. Bakes 107 Dahl BSA; Domingo Hinds, Nor-- M ion. Insteadof*--.ern ,o--.
B erhis average for fine Saylon 142 0 57 500 4 Welsh Fox F. Rose 122 ton; Clifford Stayton, BA; Ra To Be eld At mat atba and mas i ImD q tubish bl

61 11r, w eh Bl (0 ) a f flth 1 2 ;74 209 -. .. R e su l ,.-. -
61rexy Nores was high for the Hudakypert 155 232 157 544 Rathlin Light Castillovera 106 Magan, Ariel; Leon SharpenUs- n .PRES fa lt. "'' l iw-ave e a h ation on local esplt-
uerza y 558, followed bith Jack Squires 170 195 193 558471 Dictador V. astillo 114 tein BA; .ob Conneely In- Members of Su i li ee itle7.e e.n .fe 't 7hel We p e tanlh sme eu.
L WIth545 and Hdak with Lawless 161 203 181 545 7Piropo II H. Rey2s 105x dian; Choppy White, Triumph; the opportunity o l4V inS a record, 'we acr te* uIt ul
54 Cooley 175 190 157 522 8 Rocky C. Lino 112 Jeri y Fox, BSA; Robert Blun- attournameot eron th e .acro et l w
i9acent alleys, the Local ke vrLh a,.n9 Coraggo Ere. Dario 112 dell, Vincent; Jack Wilkinson, iDE DLEWarret.a da .at nine oclo where 1940 a totAnoeof.asl9rn i Agtt; c i
93', f the nFFE knocked over Totals 803 1021 8345 2669 BSA; Charles Sherry, BSA; Jack the Browns hitch-hiked o gof cod aturay boatacs
tho ak pouss from the F7- auerza y Luz Imported 7 Fgs. Hilliard, B8A.* Poole to such an eh g lfrmn1 owe.. 'Tn h ben-

dwelling H. I. foma team whe Stehed.ns o ..... ,,8 4 .... B.. -ar.. n And to forge t.i ,g ,,l. SQ,-93i' otdanwa
a a.,to 1, taking the first two Max R. Stempel & Son Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: 4:05 As last year, British machines the New Yor Giants' en d will give to e o *rA,
games and dropping only the Wilber 206 10 235 631 Second Race of the Doubles have a monopoly of the racing n aa from Charl 000, and trty to e P .
l whenThomasNorris and Van We 210 190 2 03 1 Beach Sun V. odrigue 112x scene in Panama. e n third quarter be the object of th O1isa ,

* se slnd 243 8o i03 an the final En e__ 198 149 161 5,7 m._ d t o O
BuBnoobowled 221, 210 and 201 69 2 Dominador 0. Chanis 114 the profenon"ofl qotba"rho.W W tR .' .....
in hat order to lead themselves Hermann 180 203 217 600 3 Cobrador R. L. Gil 1194la d belfor 18 tago t
to victory. Strangely enough, Andrews 20 19158 171 565 4 Pi32 el V. Castillo 113 aef o 1. 8 ---p s n g tI tnt IalfOir ever lnded bMao Po. t chal
Billmeye r of the NFFE bowled- --_1"5 Black Bull E. Silver 116 atC.lna t .ro th iy of raising a Mh .r M.r T
the high game of the evenin Totals 954 933 981 2868 6 La Chata 0. Castilulon 117Sa iuho, amn y ele ra p n *I it1Wi I h
game, but It was not enough. H. I. oma Co. E M penat 1 a
S aE 191 140 175 506 th Race: Imported 6 Fgs. Fpe n altR u wbeds y
xy Norris was high for the --pert 180 188 152 520 1 Apretado E Sil ver 108 By UNITED PRESS favorite.are thti ve so much infomtion on

u L sw 581 3 Fldeark 148 180 143 471 2 Dona Eleida R. L. sil 114 Yale 47, Lafayette 0 Anderson, wh W ill pobl *o 102 t l e r" n e "
ing, the Max R. Stempel team 4 The Dauber) B. Moreno 120. ,Penn Navy 7 lendlir 4conefd S e in 1w15 anor infeAR& 11 VWeo h t t ..
dwelling H. I. Homa tea which Stephens 157 155 148 460 Dlha B. Moreno 112

has e en unable to capturosesthom-An Tr2 8rInsT 5 Pulgarcto O. CastCtoo 115 Duke ;' Virgin7 And don't forget wi bigHal-.

evious thus far Stempel won Bugno 143o 168 20 512 9 Turf Lodge A. Vasquze 115 r *'*"lU tor
e first game 954 to 862; the Norris 211 160 210 581 10 M t .udo11University29, Ligli20nClub On rday OctU.-."se'r paham i
second 933 to 883, and the fa1111 Engelke 198 149 161 508o ichigan 21, Minnesota
w ith a b rst ofmel n gtho 9816 t12y adM, uli ntr n nsi n t n P e or on earnest r rL
w it h a r of s trent 98 to9 thrR a c e 1 -2 "'lim p o rtedo7tFg s .ed vlo w e e n m o stD ona ei rto
pfel with a strong 631 with games Oal55 N E B o Nor. Care. otate 13, Flo. State 7 1c,dancin
Lf1206, 190 and 235, followed by Frangionic 1715 Ro0Syracuse20, Holyross19*thenomina1.
171 1581150_479_.,M Alfonvi e o g e 6 B klap rrk t115
Van Wie with 210, 190 and 203 Billmeyer 186 138 248 572 Colgte_._ person. Ti3ketsJr 11
r 603. and Hermann with 180.uGeichman 173 178 14041 fed'at the door, or from Chu

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e matter of traa" and At a25am- I F glCrown
thSBlB toconsualted was wa VO Ni '
amteel mot WHk ae to deed
hmfain a 0 over y h ears By HAMRY GRAYSON
"We've never made8a'm deal iti NuA- Sports Editor
a huddle with ebs Uld. aer,
aid, In effect; the gnSnS ttoi NEW TOR -t 2 Ray
the contrary extend and as d. o_ rit Robinson has his ace fted
straight. and talfilied a teg-tie ambl-
Steogel pocketing a oontiaet hih' aks Shim the highest on7by salgnag to danee and
Sal WadgitQ the hitOf lef (tMnd this is the stae otherwlae -entartas to a eIow
ombreiool 2eMOe 9 aid :i1WarM,. not to manage), York night club.
Wsdae tp hepd. ;o. Meanwhwl. he B-itb burn
bw,'oe always t over theruti-We d Bgar Ray
Wel, no mater Woa m a recordpprove has given wlRady Turpia
they isally turn v well i tmatterst gatetoBrtan' pt-
w the currt eennmt t they ta t pssb t" war chaptnaost-
ter. r e ro a meana Welss It aeilikely that Turpin
.taftel ka 01 won four out 0 -four. win atnOhuiF BaXes for
bly, the YAnkees h6o4me good baU will d fo
playet csti br a 4s now itch- oasi whaiPJA ?tt
ag o'waton. y y let a goo .sgo Jackle l0 v-ledtF l ovember,
Jensen, who also dwells in the te red herring, the Mis- either by Robtaotor thetbox-
souri walts and the witch hunt. We bed on a pla er for player authorities
basis, the Browns seem to have got athe better or the Jim Me- ito Pland's lone su-
Donald for Clint Court deal. The latter, a Micke y Cochrane m is W Xit lon Humez
for combative drive, has,-ig league catcher a over him. ggysit-to in
And yet how._can' to s lrbo ,ee Prance, aPeter Wilson., the
T. .. .. Londo witer, says may-
which is t in tm be the u ffht would have to be
next year, but win-Hw. ". staged in the Channel Islands.
SThe ehaces are that Jack Solo-
Not every b an Archie Wilson for I aveN-and, where it *widld draw a pile.
ton Jeaen, PMrnk Prd [a an .rhenlwon" or Ir Nt Thoe cloSstto the situation
between you and me I dnt believe Stengel was. Thn" w.s'w poiThnt oute at Robinson hardly
specific reasons why the deal was made. Tkhe club needed more point o It ab o hia nose
lefts. ended hittng; :tb~reW..0 ,dobut that Mickeya Mantle, who would ave bafi his ose

had twisted hUs n1 In- iBS f setod, Oft The ie smpero r)
nbe t r oelt bt eorde -exended his em-brows

e h k fh had o he the slightest Idea of

he tac.they beak g buae togeth-
a nd OX .. ......2 ; 1R'., 'obinson's retirement was
etly tenn woSlend. 1 b na e nto Oe ned e o the more-
hep. It*s a h h n't g o reple U tpd piece o f mboxingtchma e

ho 311 or Gene Woodg. who hi the same igure and which accentuates the raw dea
~'s ita pove hs a et t-nanded hitter than Sank given Trin. That was t-h
naUer (or utflelder, either) match With the light-heavy-
Baler finished at .2f9in while Jensen was struggling to keep eight, Joey Maxim, beligoreht
Tte -racwsiN OthersqueakdWsqth-o e other side, regardless of

above &W ami th e end Obf th e diffen some th the of ham. Obviously, md
.l -.r* .,,: ': ,, from the* or. "i a oxhthld p and fell
"'had -n*.* ea TIttI Ieal foe N lre n Eoibll btB". t a t flatk on bs" klagbr.usn the extr-
did elswi thdoreaeee, ngven up in heat. n ,
beadff I .' Robinson's retirement w s

tth Te t ttahe*. 3Be ol1ote l wol mrt Of a return, e e was a-
AtUeo y Tenaen iewonirso e be aIb to dl brdt Into ethe onod ixse thes orl -
Who laot .1. or Oel eWoodvig. o hit tbe same figure. and which accentuates the raw deal

aeto' t rbvetiesa bettorht-handed-ier 3thanr ank given Turpin. That was the

Wait (or outfielder, itherY the nt Lemtn the lght-heave
Barer finished at .2931 while Jeoen ws struggling toeepWeight, Joey Maximboe tor a

aboveX5alp the ndatOf the tesonp. whomp Robinson finally mied

n. t.deM e. a a right-ba i Ich Lond on
SbL lMTUU tW^Li^SAV ^Skatnabl k the extreme

Em H Too= BeO"fstW Wht bteb ot 1d. just
Strad f e t the O oe d to heIn a tral- With Tupsan onchl day after
t hi doubl In the td would Ig b ofe tun, there was ab-
r~Lia llteta lse.abts t-ato4H. ted.a hadn't been solutelyr nino excuse for this out-

thair ntl.ft starts.b, andn ha

it ws. hisf tu riyreliefp k throolngb1.:1 1 41A I at*h In the order is Spaonpd gave
seles, WUnd ampow. Insop Ialt w4e to sam e th" stopped Itoblaeon a.good going over ac-

the~ t i WinIh D idnt I tthe B -reti Ind Londona

l The. show drew $too' paid
Em0a's d'Wt retts b An pdeof,1vjust1--
Of t -icLk b"s* r s ia. waceliont fiht, Robinson was tod

.... MdSs.? -" t The answer is that R
itei ClOe venifdtW

doa late season dealnneer ar? ie booster as caue of a I poutab o his

Sam 1 POW I "twant,

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third. The mann bw
tries for second
Throw to third. ow sh
4kye r a i m aeI d to proplt
tos be in position, toe"M
Awer Thcahe the payt
r runs down to a testha
S 0 feet of their Td =M T
-two sumIro covers the play at aw
Q In football, what does the
i ew concept o ppla out-
Few? Phul
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i ner Y bloan ing m te ear.
lloking below the aM Ifrom

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PB' For Bonehead Play In Heat f
HAN. A" JWOHN ICALLUM scrubs to the varsity, wheeled after that one, be
OP 7 W Na r NNA Staff Correspondent around in a scrimmage session came a slick
# Iwhen the substitutes kicked, of a rockhead.
Or OA A .- Oct. S-Voot-. and leveled his own ball-carrier. There ought to be a Is
" 'ball n tAt a~ie stUdded with Many a combatant besides against picking on alte.
class e t ehead pays-abrupt Roy Riegels, the California cen- ago, House J;anw', 1
twists dfyog explanation that ter who Immortalized himself guar, discovered Ut7t'W
tranformed potent stars in- in 1929 by running 70 yards the the Yale quarterbaA
to something more like capped- wrong way against Georgia his center on the leg, S
and-belled buffoons. Tech in the Rose Bowl has gal- snapped the ball, -
S Bonehead, dumb-bell boob- loped in the wrong direction. Janeway tipped off 8po #
those are samples of the epi- Whitey Thomas, Prinereton Donnelly, Tiger end, o etMo
thets showered upon the un- center, ran 10 yards toward his' a fumble. On th e next p i
happy young athletes who do own goal aiiet recovering a Janeway reached over the
the wrong thing.or leave the fumble In the 1919 Yale game. line and surreptously i
Right undone In time of crisis. He would have gone the route the center. At the bogus
JSH P\\ .The amazing thing, in a aame if Maury Trimble, a Tiger half- the pivot snapped the
Sas hard hitting- and roy .as back, had not spilled him with fore his backs were re W
Sm\ football, is that there are not a flying tackle., nelly slid through, p c t
\\ ore slip-ups kids going the *No wonder centers run the the fumble, and acootP.
wrong way after untangling wrong way," chortled Bob Zupp- touchdown.
from a pile-up, etc. ke, the old Illinois coach. "They
On two occasions a against spend all their time looking at Not all rocks are man
S. Dartmouth, Army lined ,up. to the world upside down." tured on the field. Last
iV ,U ^Hl kick the extra point with only Snooks Dowd of Lehigh set West Virginia scout took
10 men on the field. Frank Wfl- the fashion in the rock-'em- as keenly-tooled Maryl I
i t -6 / 6 person forgot he was a two-way sock-'em '9s, but his adventure crushed North Carolina
t saetat s w tackle and ran off the field had a happy ending. After 53-0. The Mountaineers
i i m i4f.v n with the offensive platoon.. The dashing 50 yards toward his own next for the Terrapin s._
yro iep *." ] way the cadets were racking 'em goal and crossing it, Dowd sud- The scout was asked to
up that afternoon, no one knew denly discovered his, erro r, pare the two team. West T
,,S- -.< _*--*.- the difference, wheeled abruptly, and ran the ginia, he said, made too
OP _D, PE/NT length of the field for a touch- mistakes to be- a match for t
MM A EAr Coach Amos Alonso 8 a g g down. He was just out for the ryland. ,
lNS5.. laughs fit to be tied tellng how exercise. Mistakes? What, for itanc,
=a Susquehanna lineman, sud- They hailed Dowd as the or- "Scheduling Maryland. ",'-
denly transferred from the tinator of the double reverse replied.
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Fying Saucer Football's Latest,

Naturalln Ag OfJet Propulsion
S- 0 -
By HARRY. GUAYSON Harvey Harman in the early
NA Sports Editor -1930s, considers this' more dif-
... -...1 ...I ficult to follow tihh a faked
NEW YORk Oct. 25-Foot- hand-off.
ball is keeping up with the times. With the wlngbacks cutting
In this supersonic age of jet IUnsde or outside tackle, the
propulsion, kets to the moon, Chester, Pa., vasity s three
posh-button baseball managers possible hits going t one time.
antd such, J. Zlwood Ludwig has "Tbhe old double wing depend-
created the flying-saucer for- ed on deception sucking the de-
mation. tense out of position," explains
Woody Ludwig's Pennsylvania Ludwig.
Military College backfield, com- "he flying saucer- holds the
posed of two halfbacks and two ens long enough for to
fulhbacks, lines up in an arc. oo le blocking. .b
The fullbacks are approximate-
ly behind tpsudl. en he oco-t
ah r00 non astonti a a h
be in position to take a direct Vn t o
backs look like n offensive ver- his own and a different kind 1
sion of the umbrella defense de- sytemo wala quahahg Norta -
vised by Steve Owen for the ampton Hihe orBnamokdi, Pt.,
professional New York W1ants. did welliz M4
Necessity Is. t. parent of competiton.
invention, as it has been observ-
ed, and, asCoach 'Ludwig points MIGHT HA E TO' BE
out, Penn Military, In its small EQUW EID WIt DAR
circle, "could not afford to buy He abandoned it when he
a high falutin quarterback moved -up to Bucknell for four
combining .skllful ball-hand- years In 1943, when he suc-
ing with phasing. Even the pros cubed to thu spell of the miod-
F1NING"O- S'IUSBR. ert T -j0 mn--In-mo 1 o 1,s
have trouble finding one." freshly popu6ried by the Chl-
The flying saucer does not cago Be a- Clark fhau hl
put the premium on anyone, no r' Stfrd squad of 11.
The bal is passed by the cen- Ludwig as a very weak squad
er to an imaginary man be- i ri sixth campaign at Penn
ween the two fullbacks. One Military, and went back to his
ullback cross over, the other flying saucer when his ship
teop in front. -. landed without a quarterback.
&RMM POSISLE HITS It may be confusing, but so
GOING AT ONM'TIME kI the flying saucer.
In the first. fraction of a sec-
nd, two tnn soe moving in dif- How 'is the other side .otgn
erent directions, e*th er of to steo what it Imagines it se?
hoM mght-aethe t6 ball. Lud- I' Woody Ludwig had some
$, *W o Played end for Penn- Ontal, the opposition tiht
ax" i uundkrjaid rA n aeto i equipped with rdr

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w Trial Asked

I Defense In
rammer Case

(BA TIMORE. Oct. 25 UP)- "Let the p
. 'Edward Grammer's attorney P
f lea a motion today for a new
t lal for the INew York business- TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR.
nIan who was convicted of slay-
i g his wife because of his love
fir gn attractive United Na- C R
ttons employee. I |

The attorney, Anthony S. Fe-.
derice, outlined five points,
which he said would warrant a
new trial for the 36-year-old fa-
ther of three, including "newly
discovered evidence" in the bi-.
zarre case. Federico refused to;
-ilnoI, the natu.iir nf the evi-1

jel. IV

people know the truth and the country is sale" Abraham Lincoi.


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dence. WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 (UP)- tion from the Republican Par- riding high in the Republican Democratic party in 1948 to run
lie also contended that the Sen. Wayne L. Morse of Oregon ty." campaign on the horse of for the vice p.Spmdency on the
guilty verdict. which carries a resigned from the Republican Morse made his announce- fear, frtttration, fatigue, and Progressive talc# led by Henry
sentenA of hanging or life im- Party last night, charging that ment in a speech recorded here fatuousness," he said. "But tIn A. Wallace. ThLreafter Taylor
prisonment, was "contrary to the election of Dwight D. Eisen- for a Portland, Ore., meeting of the long run, independent. vot- returned to the' Senate as a
the evidence" and "contrary to hower and a Republican Con- Volunteers for Stevenson to- ers will crack reaction When- Democrat but was defeated for
the weight of the evidence." gress would "greatly" increase night. He claims to have been ever and wherever they see It re-election in 1950.
Sthe likelihood of a third world the first man in Congress to and it is not too late for them The lite Ben. George Norris
Federico held that the court war. support Eisenhower for the to do it .in this campaign." of Nebraska "Was opposed and
erred i admittingcertain evi- Morse, who announced last GOP presidential nomination. defeated tfor re-election in 1942
dence whichh he called "preju-Saturday he was bolting the In the recording, Morse said Morse's resignation from. the on groundt ., had strayed from
dicial to the defendant." He GOP ticket to 'support Demo- Eisenhower's election and that party is the first such voluntary the GOP. old,6-orris ran as an
listed his fifth reason for a cratic presidential nominee Ad- of "reactionary Republicans action taken in years by a pro- independent after his rejection
new trial as "other reasons lai E. Stevenson said Eisenhower with whom he has compromised, eminent Republican in official by the Republicans.
that would be given at the is "up to his neck in the sink- greatly increases the chances of life.
hearing on the motion." holes of reaction," and had an all-out war under an ad- He said henceforth he would The., ot e Robert M. La-
Sstooped to "demagogic" tactics ministration by Eisenhower." call himself an "Independent Follette of W sconsin also left
Judge Herman M. Moser in seeking the presidency. I Republican" because he intends thne OP to rn as a Progres-
found Grammer guilty Thurs- The Orego nx.publlcan, whoI Re -coupled his attack with to'1.a4w the tenets of Abraham ive for .tb"preaIdency in 1924,
day of "colriv and deliberately" often has d r .. with GOPa an Esenhower Lincom. ~a4$c4 ta e Lin- .nd d d 00n after his defeat.
fatally beating his 32-year-old colleagues, deacitd: victory t eber would be con philosophy, no l% re- ..'sm S. ,rtog
wife, Dorothy Mvy, with a steel "I consider pipe P ". 19 ard "then trying Eisenhower int this campaign creation of a new political ". the reactionaries running'" a X.w f0Montana left the
to mas': the murder by staging and my enthusiastic support of,dependent Party. e"et. t, general for the. presl. Dem cra "arty to run as the
a fake rutomoblle, accident. Adlal Stevenson as 4 'resigna- "The independent voters of dency -o6thi.United States.t vice-ttial' candidate on
---- America know that reaction is Sen. Glen H. Taylor left the the. LaW-e*e ticket. After the
S., defeat, wteeler returned to the
Senate as a Democrat and serv-
Community Chest Drive __ ed for many years.
Morse his serving his seco
term an the upper chamber. H
Has Passed $5000 Mark first was elected in 19.4 and
Was re-elected in 1950, polling
7 per cent of the votes cast.
o Morse attacked Eisenhower's

The Canal Zone Community from Emanuel, Lyons and $15
Chest's drive to 'raise $34,865 from an anonymous donor.
ws rapidly gaining.' momentum From Colon Walter Hunnictt,
this weekend and as of yester- Atlantic side chairman reported
day morning wasdmore than an additional $200, but a:break-
one-seventh of the way to its down of this as of individual
goal. donors was not available yes-
A check showed' that $5,031.52 terday.
had been received at or report- Other late gifts include $50
Id to Chest headquarters, with additional from retired employes
none of the armed services or whose campaign Is headed byl
xnd large Canal organizations IFred de V. sill $53 from the
beard from. Office of the Director of the
Mrs.Douglas Johnston, cam- Community Servicn Bureau, or
ign director, reported that an average of little Ver $13
rhe total to date is higher than apiece; $50 Ob Mrs. Abbie Li-
at a similar period luring last nares, program -director of the
year's drive. Armed Services YMCA USO,
Boosting the total is a report Balboa, as her personal gift;
that $750 has been raised by and $19 additional from the
the sale of Red Feather pens Governor's office.
These have been handled byl On Thursday;, the Cristobal-
oemmanity Chest agencies and Colon RotarWy a.t its Uitcdt te a w
repress tatives who are work- Nations DaY meeting, turned DING BELLS-Lord Oglvy, cot d's most eligible bach-
Ing un~ier the direction of Em- 'over a $25 check to L. M. WZDDING BELLS-Lord Ogilvy, Scotland's most eligible bach
mett nemer. I Brockman, Chairman of the elor and once Princess Margaret's best beau, stands with 19'
Additional funds from this Community Chest Board of Di-I year-old America. heiress, Virginia Fortune Ryan, whom he
source are expected within the rector~s. wed in England's biggest wedding of the'year.
next few days as the pens, 1,000 At Chest headquarters. Mrs.
d whlh were ordered, are sell- Johns' on said that the work h
Ing fast, Zemer said. and cooperation of the Chest's I G I O or t
From Panama City Elton solicitors has been outstanding raniff To A assist Students
Todd, chairman of the drive in this year.
the capital, reported receipt of William Jumv and Stanley .
$100 donation from Pan Ameri- Loney, who head the collections n tSelectinAg US Colleges
can Airways; $25 each from among local rate employes, hq~e c- o C L le
Fidanope Hermanos e Hijos, indicated that response so far
and Shell Company, Ltd., $5lhas been favorable and that A new service has been inau- not.
---- n .. -Scollections will swing into line grated by Braniff Interna- Details om location, courses of-
this week with the local rate tional Airways to assist Latin fered, special scholarships avail-
Gwemany R l al i ipay days. Amierican students in selecting able to Latin American students
GerllManyR IKill l rcollegesor universities in the and general InforItation abo
0 fUnited States. i the religious and social life at
William Taylor, manager of each college will be available
""'u m n suTells ze f t draniff oAirways for Panama, through thea panama Braniff
To Buy uban Sugar Envo Offices in 11 Latin AmericannominaonalInstitutions,
l BEvoy USA a s countries, the airline will fur- colleges, and privately endowed
NN, Oct.25 U)ffic .t d linUa~ inforn)ataon and counsel- universities are included in thi
B-rading.service on U.S. schools in'list.
olgieisls here said today thatWKeleale.,- w -eh students. or parents a Durin9 2
Ne West ea Tbn =tRa e le e Of .alls............ -are I During the 1951-52 scha
t .. West Geman-Cubn trade ted. A six months educa- year, more than 7,000 LaIM
-iusnation does not want to WASHINGTCor Oct. 25 (UP) ta survey has just been American students were enroll.
S nd doll ars to buy Cuban o- President Truman made it completed and made available ed in U.S. colleges or universal
r and the Cubans aren't plain to Czechoslovakia's new to the airline's Latin American ties. With such wide interest
gxanen o b r ooans f aren't ambassador today that his coun. offices. shown by Latin American dt-.
4m any to finance purchases try's relations, with the Unitedh A ThStudent advisory staff of dents in North American
S,'sugar in pesos States will not improve until -70 ,raniff people have been schools, many universities ~re
SAmerican newsman William N nl ed to help Latin American now offering courses of study
linominic Ministry officials Oati released from jail. students before and after their in various fields taught epe-
S that a trade delegation l Dr. Karel Petrzelka's visit to arlt in the United States. cially for the Latin AMean
Is from Havana in the near the White House to present his There will be one advisor in scholars.
future to study the situation. credentials was watched with each Of the 64 cities which Bra-
interest because of the tongue- niff* serves in the U.S. as well ~'or instance, the survey made
Trade officials said the dif- lashing Mr. Truman gave his as the six' mqgor cities of Newby Braniff showed that certat
flculties arose last year when predecessor last year. York, Boston, Detroit, San Fran- agricultural and engineert
the flow of Marshall Plan dol- The President did not depart ciseo, Los Angeleei and Washing- schools have added courses W
ars to West Germany was from diplomatic custom to dress ton, where the airline has of- ing in problems particularly
sharply reduced and Marshall down Petrzelka about the Oatis fices. fecting certain Latii' Am
Plan authorities refused to ear- case as he had done with Am- These cbliege trained advisors countries such as irrl A
mark any dollar aid to buy bassador Vladimir Prochazka. will help the international stu- hydro-electric power, houm
ruban sugar. a But the meaning was the same. dents with any tation,!related to climate, tropical
uan sr .I Petrzelka expressed belief that housing or persMa problems culture, and construction
. Not wishing to increase their democracies and Communist which they might have during A similar service for 'bus
own dollar trade gap, the Ger- nations "can live in peace." To their stay in. a new country. men traveling between the'A
roans refused to permit any of this Mr. Truman replied: The airline hap also set up ricas has been offered by
their own dollar holdings to be "The American people take a a stet for dietatt contact be- niff for the-past three y
pent for this purpose either. deen interest in thd' creation twee. Latin American students For instance, a PsnamaS
At the same time, white su- and maintenance. of ,a stable att ding colleges i n the U. S. nessman who desires inf
gar became available in France peace. ', and their parents in Latin AmeU tion from the U.8. can
And in Poland where it is uan- "They will J Audge the ocharac ric o through Braniff's offices a certain commercial-fie
necessary to spend dollars and ter of your ml ti~pre by t,\e in both hemispheres. product, or who wishes to
where West Germany already extent to w ay serve and soeak to certain b
h1p tremendous erdit. this end throw _ncrete acts "We have had So many re-. men in the U.S. on
During te past two yearsto facilitate ttment of quts thepublic abutmay secure this Inform
eia t t two years. the outxtandirmg Ises disturb- higher ea, uo' the Utedrange meetings t
gar production has increased Ing the relate os o the two Statesthat we have decided local office.
Itasdly in West Germany and governments." to set up and staff this seCial Parens or students in'
sugar beet lobbyists have pres- One of the .".atlstandn* I. edcat)onal section under Out ed on using the new ed
sured to prevent purchases of sues" is Czechahloyak%.'s refusal cultural relations *progrAn." a]l service may call at the
Cuban sugar in order to guar- tb free Oath. The s&oCiated Tvor said. It will Include ali niff office, at 18 Tivoli A
Mptee a domestic market for Press reporter W, ar Isted by ~bleges in the U.S... whether Panamra City, or telephone
umlves. the Red gove r eat In Prague located in the Brlff area or ara 2-2102.
I'rv officials said that Cu- lears In prlsot.ncfalse(i to
can insure German pur- charges.
'es of its cave sugar by Remwwters whe to samry
k railway equipment and a "no commera?, to nIos tCOFa i d :
in West Gernasy. Their questions.

recent speech at Champaign,
Ill., in which the former five-
star general held out hope that
by training more South KoranA
troops, m.wlean forces mIgltt
be removed from the battle-
"When Elsenhower stooped in
demagogic fashion to raising
false hopes In the hearts of
mothers and fathers of the boys
in Korea... he reached a new
low in political campaigning,"
he said.
On domestic Isaiuq, tht seat-
tor charged that' Eisenhower
was off the middle-of-thleroad
and "up to his neck ino the sink
holes of reaction."
He told the bower-oonscious,
northwest t'i-' b-bhtn1 ison-
hower's "platitudinous general-
ities" was the prospect that a
Republican victory would play
"Into the hands of private' in-
terests which seek to gain self-
ish control for their own eco-
nomic benefits over the streams
and forests and public lands of
the West/'
Merlse said he had been told
by a top Elseniower adviser
chat the general's agreement
with'e. Robert A. Taft (R-O.)
meant nIy that Taft was given
a chance 'to save his political
"I know. oe of the main rea-
rms I M'- LAOwer mia'kinf

Skilled ,
Sim lon, p1
formance by
head of a
tent cast, 1
Theater aud
their seats
Emlyn WI
Fall" is no
and as rest

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Willatms cut his audiencee free
from the ,, simpler type of sus-
peftse based on mere curiosity,
and in doing so opened their
ninds -to the richer: and more
ghastly ,aaDects of three per-
sonalltt: .
'Mrs. Bram2s0-, aq luerulously
cruel, s nmU t tivalid
played wit. great dl onction by
Nancy Sideotha .
Olivia Qayne, :her nie, to
whom life has brought too little
living-. ..> *

faces a prol
"walked out"

But whh' Mrs. Brafison de-
cides to take Dan to task, she
immediately becomes strongly
attracted to him, as, did the
Theater Guild audience.
Young Davis, an Albrook lr-
man who has'done professional
work, brought a verve and rang
to a trying prt that rose to in-
tense drama as the tautly writ-
ten -play swept to Its climax.
He showed caliber for top parts
on the big timer
Bob Garrisoni, as InSpector'
Bettae, effectively stalked his
mnl Ruth Towsend, as the
coOk, carried her comedy welt;
Martin 'Halpern, as a colorless
suitor, Rosamond Scott,' as a
nurse, and James. P. Roberts as
the Lord Chief mustiep made the
most of smaller parts.
To Warner Hoyle, Catsy Tay-
lor, J. B. Clemmons and Douglas
Johnston go the credt for the
attractive set.
William Wymer and Wendall
Spreadbury handled the nlthtbs;
Patrick Nugent made nc I % d
music; Virginia Christlau and
Jerry _Prenger assembled the

properties. '
Adela Bettis was stage uam-
.. 4- In__- A*-* OM 4%14.. Jf

"-f-r t14 eager, ano Roy w o ezurol uc-
for the Re- kenhius pushed the ticketS fo '
flnation was the two full houses,
election of .. ..
iroU to the
i-d t re- .'Glamor y
lde Heights
I know Tickets On Oe
nvention ,. .
p i This Afterfoont
-In my The list of student# who will
to pouti- man the reserve seat tlie et
atId. boards in the Balboa and Oablo
Clubhouse lobbies 'ta aflrAoon
from 2 until 8 o'clock ha. been
NOVOl released.
Tickets will be on sale w 014-
Armour ,Boy which P lt Bald-
. rrlve boa LI tt1eThetree an o n
a ay Tuesday,:Oct. 28 at 7:30 p.m, and
aII Od y which will be repeated on Wed-
nesday, Oc. 29 at the same open-
a Naval war- ing hour.
de, command Those who will be at Balboa
is. Is schedule Lobby this afternoon .are: An
ioe today and German. Martin duas ., X0e-
Naval Station, mary Hollander, Alm IJanson,
M. ar gM a ret Tweinkll d4,l Maye
1m part the Tucker.
Sbout Tues- Diablo Clubhouse'by tict
sales and arrange wz beM
t In length conducted by ft
t of 258 Dunning. Ace B
= .e t o six Hatchett. Margueir a an
71 Mildred Sandrone.
W_ C-

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twins, whI
aet down-

lets. "

torcydle chami, di 't loet- a .
keep him ftr,. mt ain -:*motU e
his b .ike t pontoa-M
propell&r, and h at *wheel b
his crat. 04 arrmialtt at
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aoy *a' Ave, to ea""". o sumo for a
good eoua. Ueh sesieuus relates to a
adpwtier beN.. heY we 4 aper setioua-
I\ineibl imubuis of1 t"tM. aee t yoe
S complete at .oaste lwm. F orIexm-
\ ple the phas that oompletse the firt is

1. fBe kap- .
2. Sutg berehaktt <---.
3. It you drop a fork at the table it
,4. Iy oumpass load of hay don't tall
to -.
& It someone presents you with a pock-

SI ClueDoodle Shopping Gae
.''* R "&opplag Game- to a
psti paUn that will prev$de
Sor thi -game you need as Mianyt
,' caratt hles aa there are to be
akIps TOea can bava! for -xam*
ple, grery store, caneUy tore,
fower ahop, hardware atom, ,ftv
%"nd ta. etc.
BeAsftehap., you prepare a
f. te >.d ..unrhm e.r a0al aquaares of card-
Sbrd. th b later ain a d i-
.," u \7 s ar.age a po eet these letters
n face down on the ooutner of each
i- ': Zyp go to the first ahop.
*3 a1A L Woodmn which might bO the hkrWwaz
Nr be edolf1 b 4 is lot t toe for lutance. One aer
r SUN tht'Mecasal as oiean t player to name aon artite of
W2iliar to evarSeW To fain-i bardwar beglannig with the tot.
Op mf0t, draw a *dtlnuoiu uIn tar laims the square of paper.
tAt ,croeaas 1 the ines in -the Tia ir repeated ten otmes at
gtureVxoept n. on o the lInes' ach abp, and,. of course, the
Sh eAgbdatcomuraN, ere'sealue: player with, the most letters Is
ITom fanlt PEN yourself up !a thq winner.
l 'to o L Decide beforehand If brand
Ila-Is f elsewherean on page. namee are to be used.

etbo* It should contals a .
Two pope who aeodentaly amy the
amin thing at the same tlu should
7. B. gl4 t your right hand itches be-
oase it mean you ----.
v. If yowr noe Itohes it means --- .
9. If your ea Itch It' a sure sign

10. It a burning candle has it& wick to-
ward yoU, you --.
11. A pomm who spills salt can prevent
quarrels with hi tends by---.
12. If you-ae a gi l Sad you happen to
tall upstairs -.. .
13. Mleepla t the moonlight will make

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1. To break a mirror .................
2. To *alk under a ladder..........i...
3. To carry a rabbit's foot...............
4. To bang a horseshoe over the door..,.
5. To open an umbrella Indoors..........
.To be a seventh son of a seventh iom
7. To knock on wood.................
.' To have a picture tal from the wall..
9. To count the oare of a freight train..
10. To ind a four-letaf coer............
11. To have a piece of ,brd fall on the
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straight road and after pedalling
for 50 minutes, was Joined by Jal
son.. moving ene and one-fourth
tUnme as fat as Mr. A. How
long after Mr A. left home did
his son start to follow?
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shipped 32trees
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aid a hed him
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planted in 12
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into each row.
The fore man
seratohed his
head over theme
Instruction. and then decided he
could achieve the effect through
radiating lines, wth e tree
the center pivot. Sut when he
Sgot a far with this plan a4 the
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they form four word vertically
and four words horluontally. One-
letter-X-ls in Its correct posi-
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Tongue-Testing Teaser
TRY: talking tha through:
Tom Tuakler, the tough trainer, touched the
terrible tiger's tall, then tied two tags to the table.
Tabby, the tiger, tore the trainer's thin trousers
to tatters. Tom, truly terrified, triad to toas the
table toward the tiger. Tom then tried to throw
Tabby, though the tigers teeth tore Tom's throat.
Tom tottered, then toppled towards the trough.
The tiger triumphed this time,

Here's How a Black Cat

Ic wa'oi M NIDNIGHT" la a .black cat which lives. down at
'"90o?* the roundhoue. Consequently, he's.fAorver go-
I HM'-*o Ing around in aMircle and has developed an uncanny
wQ umsap knack of croeasig people's paths.
. ... Concealed In the diagram above is a typical ma.
never "Midnlght" makes when crossing the street.
He begins at the small arrow, upper right, and ends
"CLue- at the mail arrow, tower left.
lOOsth' If you should also happen to want to cross the
iOTinN street there is only one way we can think by
which "Midnight' can be outmaneuvered: follow
S him! However. be careful wben you de. -"id.
night'a" course I a dangerous one and more than
one. a his ancestors haa lost at least one life to

"Midnlght'a" luck so far Is probably due to the
act that he never crosses hs own path Can you
S follow in his 1totstepe?

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test the vocabulary ead .
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Crosses a Street

Its Your Move

By Millard Bopper
CHECKER strategy Is .gb
lighted by the ending of
this game. White, by correct
moves, beats Black In just six
turns. You are White, moving
upboard, and It's your play.
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1fJULIET stood on this balcony to talk with her Romeo, she
W.uld have to pay $65 a month rent for the three-room apart-
Mtent. Many new apartment houses are going up in Rome.

MOUNTAIN CLIMBING the easy way, Arthur Godfrey takes
to a skilift up the slopes of Mt. Baldy in Sun Valley, Id.
where he is vacationing from his radio and television chores.

ANY CIs on duty in the frozen wastes of Alaska and
Greenland can thank a Cleveland firm for helping
-tjo withstand temperatures as low as 90 degrees below
40ro Engineers at the firm, the Perfection Stove cpimpany,
have constructed a polar laboratory in which they duplicate
Arctic weather conditions to test the efficiency of men, fuels,
metals and internal combustion engines. Unique in private
industry, the sub-zero lab qan produce cold which will even
cause gasoline to extinguish a fire. Walls of the cold chamber
Ore .insulated with. 12-inch thicknesses of rock cork, the ex-
trior with asphalt. The firm built lab at a cost of $250,000.

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DYNAMITE CHARGES provide flying fish dinners for residents of Atlantic Beach,.tL
old bridge. Stunned by the blast, hundreds of fish came to the surface and fell Anto

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BLIND. PERSONS can now, hear the sounds of television p~
meanns if this screenless TV set. -Bernard Krebs, Braille in-
structor At New York Guild for the Jewish Blind, shows fft
the setwhih he invented. Some 250,000 blind persons in the
United States now can become familiar with the world of.
television. The small, portable set has control knobs in Braille.

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0 THE UNITED STATES regained the initiative on the THx BALBOA HImG 91 neng
Korean issue in the United Nations assembly with their unbeaten, untied If t seod 4
surprising ease. downing the Cri"tobal hgh n 2 ,0 on a
Tne Russians were utterly unable to capitalize on ed kick which they samnend b on
the delay of over a week in Secretary of State Ache- only tallyof the thrilling ttept.
hon's demand for enuorsement of the conduct of the There were several scoring threats by both
war and the truce negotiations but -sloppy field hampeSed the effeetiven
On ithe contrary, the vitriolic speech of Andrei Vi- ground game. The Tgers reid on kicking ,
shinsky and the phony peace package of' the PoliSh of the first half then tire rtshl r and pmls
oelegadon tell on aeal ears. And when the showdown to no avail.
came and the political meeting arranged the agenda, .. o
the American resolution, whicp hadn't yet been for- The scheduled ten-round bout between
mahy oitered, was put first. Kid and Sylvester Wallace for tonight
The Russians also were beaten by such a margin postmoned until next Sw6. 2, a
on their proposal to invite the Red Chinese and tnam Gym. A molars ehits n
North Koreaus teohew York they must have been for surgery caused alae or ew s is
quite discouraged, a ffew days and t'e pomo'er w
' Reds also tound Britain, France and many otler off the program until next week.
couuirie-'who iong for a Korean armnstce much less -- -o .
Xeady tran .they,, had hoped' to fal for their too- Former featherweight chimplon WIUle Po .
cicver ",hree-s This scheme, proposed as an alternative to the com. Monday night by winning a unannimos
promises suggeseco by Mexico. and Peru, would give Billy Lima of Boston. "
lp seftice to the principle of voluntary repatriation Lima, a ring veteran himself carried the fight to
or war prisoners but wou)d enable the Communists Pep most of the way but ,Wily m e pashed eft .,
to force every reluctant Chinese and North Korean Lima's wild Swings It a sharp left Jab and .osed
prisoner to change his mind and declare he-now wants in to score points.
to return to his Red, homeland. There were me. kagb. w od .
In obvious tIdaque eikh kmI -
It would work this way. The prisoners all would "eof a round. ..
be broughtto a neutral zone and all exchanged. Then Pep, at I1 pnuM s, held q ti-pound. sdvtta
neutral observers would watch the repatriation pro. The 10-round matd for g t-BdRw an 5 .
cess and, in theory, prisoners who didn't want to re. crowd of 3.,000 to an outd ere. -
turn could ask the right of asylum. But the reluctant Honeychile Whpple., 18 panda, il, won the
prisoners already would be back in Red hands and eight-round semflnal by decialsion ever Cyclmnq WIf- 0
the neutral observers would not be allowed to talk ama 154,Ft. Lauderdale.
with individual prisoners. They could only look on o 0-
helplessly while the Reds went through the farce 9f Brltish Boxing promoter Jack Solomons Is plan-
forcing the prisoners to declare they no longer wished ning an international middleweight fight between
asylum. former Champion Randy Turpin of fngland and
The Reds are vigorously pressing this scheme In Charlie .uam=. of France.urp on the British p
their propaganda but it isn't mating and headway Empire titleTuesday n with clearct 15-round
among the assembly delegates. decision over George agelo of South Africa. Solo-
fn ons hopes the winner of a Tdrln-Humaes fht
Nor is the proposal for imediate withdrawal could claem te ,wori title If and -wheat present
of an foreign troops fres Korea, a demanded by Champion Ray Robinson deaides to quit-
the Reds. General Van Fleetta's saber statement 1 o "-
that South Korea never will have the mampwer Ring-wise .Conn. has thrown -* sight zmeo
to guarantee its defense against North Korea and wrench ilto the featherweight Ankrngs. Da
Red China only reflects conditions well-known t It by pounding out.a 10-round :split de
UN Asian'experts. top featherweight contended Percy Bassett. t
It also is being pointed out that even itf South Ko- the upset, but Davis ght There were no mmand t
rea, or for that matter a united Korea, had the man. wae upset bu D command
power to defend Itself from Red Chinese aggression, o
the, country will not be in economic shape for many Manager Leo Durocher of the New Yor
years to come to maintain a huge military establish- may some day be directing actors and
ment. The future of South Korea or of a United Korea stead of managing ball players.
must be guaranteed by the UN and for sometime to Durocher, whp9 t has one year to go
come by the physical presence of UN troops foreign tract to manage-the giants, sas a he hopes
troops. to become a producer In m n pictures
The phony Polish package deal also makes a pretty vis nme a producer .n motion picture
clear bid for withdrawal of American troops from I've had several offers to break into
Japan. Very few UN member nations would like that work." sas Durbcher, "both in the movies
Idea at all. And at the first suggestion that the as- vision. They are very tempting. But there's Jau- d
sembly was considering such a package, there would tion about my being back with the Gian5-t S16
be a strong protest In the Japanese press. This Is year I'm under contract and I Intend to liv. up 1
made plain in news dispatches from Tokyo. The Jap-. o my contract. I
anese don't want American troops to leave their coun- Durocher ays he would like to get Into production 3
try rnd they don't want UN troops to leave Korea in work because the would be able to spend mote time
a hurr:-. with his family. He polnta out that managing a New I
0, LGurse, Britain and France and many other Yo team kaeep o Asw from his OuaOelrma .
countries are unchanged In their stand against any home a good pt the time.
immediately tougher attitude toward the K orean r a. th tm,
quest on b yte" U. .i o tabes. A would far "MM-C u hasrretd ae almost half a the y i
iney willing .To gve us more troops fnor es.- who will be '3 year old in JanuarW
.,at they want us to carry the Ie awhilke longer in with the Cuba for years. Thea
-ot to drop It. And they are not going to e u, vy Vi mlve a We a thamssedi
cow and Peiping any he"" IA. ilb& MZ tsw iec vth]s_%k I
S- o y- 0 Uuet bt a ers p ii o ondA.
A Lewis is standing pat on his all-or-nothing -. haw began his bbaser Wfbfl ln-
pc :..on. vuie,, ~tn 1MS. Later Ie wa M
: w&ats the $1.90-a-day e .boost for his soft and Madon.llnel and InanagaXW8l. l
coa. nunera, which the ot wage board has wa loerf an sauOelderl, en ,
tiled to ut to 1.50. What more, h.i want the full hurter ca1me up with Galeaburg for a toc n
l.90-a-day for his hard coa miners, too. Lotshaw caught him. Thus, h became the f t
L~,tef fiqeral amediatr Daid Cole has. been hold. per ever to catch OGrer Cleveland Aexander. I
Ing secr sdas with Lewis and .the ce" Industry 0 -
leades trying to. sete the soft coal strike of 350JO Alfred Vanderbilt'.s Natl Dance" passed his
mnne that wa novhed off by the wage board's cut. teSnwith lOS bit
ButLewis has rfed to budge. Cd wged the Mynampf Wkt.tle "
.no ~ig gray two-yer- el m. ade i
ewis will go into negotaations today with the hard blu tar "torse of t* y heboneas he tau d
coal mine owners. Bt they are holding back becaeve hblaL th trg itn the 5.000 Bt View
of the WaB ruling on the miners' increase. The had Sts at Jamal. It's.thi st am the Vade-
coal men are reluctant to sign because they feet- tot btI cot has gone more than it and iO
If they give in to the increase, the WSB will cut the furloags. and mauve Dancer covered
, boost back to and they wlM be faced with a hard one sixteenth in ome neate. 44
coal strike. as. The vitoy al mskes the
laborr members of the Wvs say Leawis could get t0e loAAt -.
?ud amoun t a he will take the U-cent cut-back OR a
frnge benemtls a- haprov- vacations and paid-eag.- *- Wa-oiaga is.
days. But Lewis wants it where it with show up right kind of a ride ag in
away in the mlacrs pay envelones. DanRce x b %Res ,
Soickstretdh, but moved up to challenge lf tan
A game actre s who carried on with her movie and on the last turn. The two uveniles came out4 of
television career In saglte of the handicap of paralysis turn head and head for the lead. T when
Is deai. Gueut went to work.
Susan Peters who had been confined to a wheel- The Dancer pulled clear at the eigt then
clair for nearly eiht yem., died In a hospital in tried to ease up out '10 yards fro t e 111 .
Visalia, California. Her doctor said she hed "lost her Querin wansjq4tj r a akt a in S
k will to live." The Jlkey i u.M t on d U ~et
Miss Fetes had Ibea a1 r based from the walat to a ee gwueta.t m bai 1
w mdas J.a warv. 1 On that date she was at the wlv 'TumIle ran Wiut0
Sstnek by 2-,berr teat ldge a I batoda" and k" t of t
peq had aeeh rn h trip wth he Natve ane g.a
atoaemer B1ee1 s -6h"by waes -ater odds-en
a- m gIL Dangr's a ww as
Miss Fetes cared on her a e and television two year was thV
c" a r e ro hb-r ee"cbhlr plag ng roles that por- "To Ight" 1.
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, ..I "l IN onAN GE.., i- 1 DW'Si w eapon-' n
whieh has been. stalled at the Memrial Center for Cancer and
Allied Dlseases, iL New York. The machine 12 tUmes More powe-
ul tbai.conventional X-ray eupment. wll be u tot research
to determine ways of incriRi the effectiveness ot surgery and
b radiation eiment of _tbaeiease.

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i--a-t -B-tlosew 95-Solemn parents 50-Interior broken
a ab-Lel promise 3-Unaspl- deity glacier
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S"- --Masoe4a 98-tveast 4-Burn 55-ifeedr 90-Trifte
4Bdrug 100-Course 5-Oleam 56-Second 91-Respond
*3 u" .." retreatt 101-Cotton 6-Amount cpll. to a
3, "-lat driliHng ofleaae 58-By stimulus
t AWi .- 87-4remh 103-AlBrmative T-Ciever m1-Give 94-Dagger-
b#gt gnuI, 1-6- Sharp t S--Fare courage 96-One who
S1--Dfe trBtor mountain e-Blunder 64-Enbrmous extends
'..'o -Art t spur *10-Thrive- 6W-Asaert at-
4--bd tblmnance 106-Designator 11-Fury 8-M ethod w--it
S 1a 7*Rigver 108-Black beetle 12-Herb eve. 69-Plunge 99-Guiteless
28-Wf 4 da- between 110-Moon's age 13-Retard 70-Spalit 101-Expunge
auti on ~wope at begin- 14-Upright pulse 102-Jetty
M-Queston nd Asiae ning of 15---Noral 71-Japanese 104-To aosortb
f PM Lg 73-Ofthe year 16-Bulb of the coin 107-Form of
T-Com-ponent O agers 112-Spiral iris family 73-Release address
S.- "em 74--Close 115-Affray 17-Four gills 74-Pertain- 109-Domain
75-Meat 117-Survive 18-On shielded ing to 111-Boring
S0 dressing 121-Tune side poles tool
33-Plcq of 77-Act of 122-Picturing 25-Ostrich cry 75-Address 112-Drag
Splating 125-Central 28-Chosen 76-Valley 113-Celtic
34-Re 7t-Touch American 31-Lukewarm on language'
35-Aiducer 81-Ceremonial tree 33-Civet moon's 114-Legal
36-Dliht act 126-A right to 38-Stronghold surface claim
39-Va. nlah 82-'en use (Law)' 36-Saw for 77-Kind of 115-k.easure
S gu decibels 127-Corn mush squaring cloth of dis-
41-Refasten 83-Clamor (Mex.) log 78-Mountain tance
43---escrlbe at-hool 128-Sudden 37-Abandon pass 116-Pocket-
hf ifteals thrust 38-Thinness 79-Writers' case
8a! 5- Settliment 129-Unfailing 40-Anchor mark 118-Adjoin
Sin 130--Furnish tackle 80-Aglo 119-Hurtful
49-ouraful Greenland 131-Rhythm 42-Common Saxon 120-Be plen-
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I3- Siae *~- igh priest ground 44-Having 82-Exclude 123-Forlune
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These, authors romantic,
In language pedantic,
Have written and raved for years,
O'er the super-intensive,
And ultra-expensive,
Illustrious engineers.

In song and in story,
They've covered with glory,
The man with the bulging brow;
So, to balance the ledger,
I'll sing of the Dredger,
The king of the old mud scow,

In spite of the knowledge,
Acquire in the college,
In spite of the blue print plan,
So nifty and graphic,
The Lord help the traffic,
Were it not for the Dredger Man.

Astute and -sagacious,
In purpose tenacious,
He recks not of time nor of tide;
With labpr unending,
He's blasting and rending,
And fighting the frolicsome slide.

Oh he scatters the mpd,
With a sickening thud,'
And he hammers the rock bound humps;
And he's building new land,
On the tide water sand,
By the power of his ponderous pumps.

When the hot sun is broiling,
He's drilling and toiling,
And planting his pet dynamite;
And he keeps up his pounding
And digging and sounding
Throughout the long-reaches of night,

This grimy old salt
May have many a 4ault,
But he follows his own morale,
There's this much about him,
We can't do without him,
In running the big carial.

He may not be pretty,
Nor brilliant nor witty,
His manners are. rugged and rough,
With. temper erratic,
And ways ,democratic,
He's noted for knowing his stuff.

He's not an exotic,
Or midly erotic.
Just of the red blooded mob;
Unsung and unheeded,
But constantly needed,
And faifhtfully there on the job.

He's long on capacity,
Short on veracity,
Totally lacking in fear;
He's free from pretension
Hand heeds no convention,
But he's keeping the channel clear.

Go to it, Culebra,
You horny old zebra,
)' You're gonna get battered and rammed;
You too, Cucaracha,
We're keen to come at 'cha,
So, slither and slide and be damned.

-By John MeGrearty.

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KNOCK-DOWN WELCOME-DeliHrous with loy. the ebildreq of I. Cmdr. Vernon Binion, of
Jacksonville, Fla., knock their father down in their eagerness to greet him, as he steps from his
plane at Cecil Field. Command Binlon bad served for fve months aboard the Carrier Wasp, in
< t edithe rMane. ... .

Pearson's. Merry Go-Round

DREW PEARSON SAYS: Senator who attacks finw For after le got Into public office lie
povernmen.t gets away wb a LmasiLr -fin-. to take money.-
aneia transtetlons; Seal. tLCarthy re.ceie In 19_ e1 e 0ane d ol $71.81. And, during the
W4,0O9 Iin cash (a six years; McCirthy a e from. 19. l$to 1942 te averaged only
receive d$75A$6 in unidentifled bank deposits $4.13A a year I salary.
in three years. just f W;er t;l 1.3 h orted. ncom
offo ?aleBto hait he hat..
WASHINGTON.-It is an axiom of military U t h e to eiat.e such
strategy that the best defense. is to attack. But -Ialnae ab w hlhB income, had 4Vier&ged i
in political strategy it loo s i: f the- es"t dt f4 avRe i difficult say- '
tense againstt Income tax i *estigton to e j. Mm as in the Marine
charge that the government is fll of Commmu- C.O .rte. ztaezMln
nists. s Atran" habit of deduet- w
If you repeat that charge oShIeu enough aid : o tl1 to 4 a
about 4t loud enough, you c sway with a .o aty far-away Burm a.whch ac
sorts of things as far as yo teS ar tual d nat
!concerned-or at least-that se4t'teo b t .exP 121iY tax oas iconin reminded
rienee of Wisconsin's Senatoroe r a this did't look quite kosher. ahd i
This may be because ow et fila 11 he W..
know that they rise the cry f "martyr" and a"
'revenge" if they prosecute a critic Whb hsimat-W VM I 'ID 19NE'
tacked them. '
SIt is a safe statement that the Aerage-.Aewsn Income was miq uqoney Which C$ froth afOny-.
lpaperman who kept finacathl co&A, the Y a ..1013 'O lF016Med opeg. Inthree years a
i McCarthy does, and juggled his .fnacs tie -afy total Qf. .$7 o 6 unintfaed funds were da.*
he does, would have landed In the Jug sometime poited in he tl Ba ane,. -
ago. Another eaJ Thaolved tlh peieton State
Bank '.ln Wlscongq. In 194M It wuzlngM 4-
However, it is a known though nevpr officially Cartby for funAdn m order to cover a loan, when -
admitted fact that senators aU4 members f the sudtdeni_ frm a ecmetely Mnielmtfld waarce
SBouse of Reprdesntatives n4 er have their tax A total of $38,046.2 wi depoaltef to McCarthy% -'-
ireturns too carefully. rutinlied. Thi Is the in- acmo'-
;written rule of the Bureau of. Internal Revenue. .
One of MeCarthy's financial'sohemes was I
The7 fact that McCarthy merits investigUtloo jois baking account with his office asuistant-~
and scrutiny, however, is ndieted, by the .m .- ^ .
Fact that inthe past half-has had anaere al om
the senator from Wisconsin dGepos6ted $*244.4 M JfAn. I be13 known to,
1i cash to his bank accounts. l m depoi.ts not
W taMr & a nt I ua deposlted
MeCARTHY'S CABSl ft1 1irante. .
V I t. has bjnkd
.The average citizenn does' not dea in eargepaee theVas ban
amounts ofet ash.,Cash is the medium of the Un- Ra*ei'i him.
derworld, where pay-offs and protection moe.y M e 4---rtflly brother. Wil- -
must be concealed. -j ..

However, here is the record of jVhe caMh dep"
ed by a member of the distingulahed. U tmd
States Senate, the most important deliberative
body In'the world: *..
1%47 .
19618 ;il,1

1952 up til June 30.
Even more amating Is tbe omfnt of money
received by the senator fipWt-I n -fromw
unidentified sources. Depot up in the
senator's accounts with no r thebank or
brokerage firm as to were thQe cam from.
For tbIs alid otw jr*easonL Mc(Yarthy was able
to para $419.90 o f -d during eleven years
(19 I through 1945) up to stocks that cost him
I CIAJ'k tl -l,. h, f1,r tI --j. l 'a k I h -im


entity the source ,

151, the account
A _9bck for $7.159
'. Tl"s check was'
m tid ten days
Rice Co.
ding account was'
the maiden name

cuarhy du i this n g lon-g b o re M bw an pis Wue *. a u
ommnunist campaign. But stIce he took up the in IL 4 ewhen the-cohm dity account~
ommunist issue he has continued to gamble on was c '4tiW ta.n re enabl!shed under
Ue stock and cominodity market. Jui !I & it sliapled sth t
sea idor m WIM b wa bmng to comU
And though the public generally has the Im- under tM .crutlny of his fellow senators for
ression of a man dedicated to the cause of rid- extracufllar e (lndiet.



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FR Y, AT, SUN,. TUE. getting nearly all of Drew Pearson's teevy sta.
Dear Simon Legree: Ohknowlookfeller, let's --.
have a-little rehearsal around here or something, The editorials on Miss Baker are coming in.
iEAUD ON THIS BAT. fergoasakesi I have two eyes, two.arms, two legs. Woweee!, .Senators getting bombarded by read.
100M.millionm who were startled to hebr unscheduled personal two feet, two hands and two toes, but I-have era demanding she not. bb permitted re-entry
debatip between iov. Stevenson and Gen. 'ilenhower come pour- more than tw6 brains no matter what you think (No tears, please). ..Hershfiefd ws n. ald Abel
.d ofe many: big city loudspeakers picking p some 50 radio ...I know youe didn't take a vacation. Rosie Green's new book, "Spice of Variety," is a must.
4stat ds .cn now relax. They haven't gotpn m on anything didn't either.I amot you are and I read...Mirror staff said you look and gab singer
the wis Ign ored. know your answer to that: ("I amL no longer al- than ever. Heyl Tell them you don't wse pancake
weren't faoe-to-face debates. They were v0tee-to- voice lowed the luxury of making a. nstake,'etc.") but or any gook. Many teeviewers think you do...
6Rh i put n records by the imaginative technicians of the when you start hollering at ten minutes to dead- Sophie Tucker is so good at the Latin Q. Make
AFLhOtitcal League. line and make all those changes and inserts I with the plug, plizz.
The radio experts monitored Stevenson's and Elsenhower's cs't help it if there are misplaced commas. Fine
speeches recorded sections of them and then broke the oral bits way to treat a slave after 20 years. The best years Ex-Gov. Earle (of Penn.) well again after an
down ito subjects. of my happy life... Say you're sorry, and go operation. Said at least 90 percent of what you
These we.l then put together in a 15-minute show. Listeners away. are saying is constructive and tor remind you
hear Ike ana Adlal actually discuss both sides of the same sub* FDR always said he'd be satisfied wt1 75 per.-
ject-with Stevenson more closely reflecting the labor leaders' Mail continues heavy and mostly il good Four cent. He wonders how come no vaper (up here)
views. maybee fte) knocks in evey Jetters. post- ran what the Miami Herald did? A typical Tru-
The novel "Great Debate" has been used in Minneosta,Penn- cards and wires.. .TIp Lto.-,Jy : A worse man letter wrote Earle, in part: "People ase very
sylv. an_ W. Virginia, with more stations tp come. first time asendal than the Queens d ju the bland- much wrought up about the.Communist 'buga-
this. : lh hbs been thrown into a campaign, er at a w apt house M. t. Y -foundato ns boo' but...the country is perfectly safe so far as
M -of' Preident Trumarn's notes for those recent tough are sinking. Should have been 30 feet. ,Contsac- communism is concerned...don't believe anry one
speeches in New gland were whipped together by the C10's ton allegedly made them 1L will really want to overthrow it"...Ohmingah-
reg tabes and strategists. ddddt. /
T"he. CIQ--and most of labor-today Is closer to Harry Tru- The ou t man who was so upset about you in
man personally than they were with Franklin Roosevelt This the Courthouse corridor seems sincere. His let- Newsweek reports yea "had to be on teevy" be-
was evident when CIO's political director, Jack-Kroll, and na-. ter arrived but you had gone to. the Senate Com- cause while you were still rated the highest "o
tional counsel, Art Geldberg, visited the President the other day. mittee's hearings. He put his name and address any azewsman, you lost listeners in teevy areas
They found him healthier,than ever,. a man obviously relieved on the envelope. He says he used to worship Why not send the Nielsen, Hooper. Pulse. Tren-
of a. great burden-but believed him sincerely angered that the your Stff and ow can't believe you are no dex (and other) ratings of last Winter. (before
Korean war hlad come a campaign Issue. longer the Liberalyou were (in FDR'S time, etc.) you went and got the virus) showing that de-
Mr.A Truman..spt part o thei-prlvate discussion in sharp and what's happened to you?.. .He is a student spite the teevw invasion (at 9 p. m.) you still
criticism of Oen.. enhower's goln into.pOlitibs. The CIO policy- in Bklyn.;.1 understand (from J. C.) you both stayed in the first Ten of all sTrvevs?...Othe-
.aLk. ts ton tfhe hPrdent they believed that his trip had shook hands. after you told him: "Look. I'm heldithit...The Heartbeat staff is this high! Do.
helped Steven.son c OsId bl. flgtinf.4or your riht to be wrong-why don't In& it Sunday or Monday? The be.s have to make
Mulanshief, J e Petrllo, was turned down by you ht for mine?" a llvig; they are so wery of seeing you give all
bo nation candidates when he asked them to ithey .. that good space to the plax and pax, when
t set up a new cabinet pot Fe deal the Arts-If Rark p Said thanks for all that space their rent is due every m th.
eec thtevenw tdrthat Fed t: t re to talk .the copy desk
Seral er over our cultural fe uld be d er keeps a dar ing out af daring "which is Swell suggestion from James R. Bailey of Coral
senhower met late last week Wfth the nteV'leader, what I prume Walter meant"... Alphonse Davis Gables, Fla.: Ask every football sqad in the U.
Maurice utchen, to discuss thbelated launching of a labor called; ad why are you raining the N. Y. Schiff? S. (high school, college and professional) to o
Sd I said: "Are we ruining t, gee whiz!" to a blood donor station (as a unit) the day aft-
.. A. der already has had his union distribute circulars er the season's last &ame. We have over a million
endr inefit by the AVLoft polical candidates. Add Gruaen astures: A lot of teevy cities (via football players.:..What about baseball and bas-
Nd, that Irfends of labor on the Republican, hot klieseopes) will soon be available. You are ketball teams?
Ticket the Federation's of tvensn.
-4t"mm InilPteration into polUtical I Ws n t
rauwd by the Party In Pittsburgh. A
t joined in Important Volunteers
for ub buted money, did menial work at mail-
in ntime and finally damne Up with a list of over 30 peple he
houlWSht" might make god- workersa1f given mprtaMnt obs.
Only the fact that thr businaman waos ed by a s -
etous actoe Denocrat who t chose to the there And -
could ,tek.the character saved the SteVenipo group consider-
ld ba The volunteer's list was'gone ever by an WASHINGTO --(NKA).-Red Feather Corn- Pennsylvania now .pas the lowest truck load
r now aide the Comnmnitst Party-and the munity Cheat and USO National Defense Fund limits for any state in the heavy traffic St. Louis-
was drives nOw goink on in some 180 U. S. commu- to-New York area.
l a s eve dy voting-when oly nites are expected to raise something more than The truck charge this is because of railroad
't14 have laws p worker to take time off to cat the 35 pledged last year. 'domination of Pennsylvania state legislature.
? Thl only per cent of -the public as- In retaliation Pennsylvania Mot. Truck As-
whhdo not have uch provisions are vital at salstane psy neats made by the federal and, state sociation has started a campaign to make 162
S nr dwtra d. eslvanta,. O ctt Mi igan. INe governments t aid .to the eedy -out of taxes. railroads pay up to $50 million a year more in
Se ble,-t booming Tneneasee, ware, rda Oregon and Where the Red Feather fund fits in -Is to takteastte taxes to help Pennsylvania's somewhat des-
... .. care of health; youth, family and armed forces operate Minancial condition.
Of the M ta "Which'do have such statutes, oly 1 3 say welfare ser s that can't b .ered by any law. It is e truck earge that the railroads In
Sbe i for time off. And the facthat 24 The tendency over the 2pa 8d0 years has been Pennrwlvania now "pay more than trivial taxes
Soff wit py for voting accounts for t and mre of the charity d elef n their r estate holdings pnly in Philadelphia
e tel which keeps a ercent-of the America work nth taxpayer. and Pttbgh.
sa ot -Both O e senhower and Governor Stev- L_0r8T O. "GmDD MISSAS"*
.ll Ji, now the Sing death house, .easm havpe ben promising more and not less. bert A. ovett thinks the
ItII tolo ive h f.mdhl e although social rty. recdr4 Ought 0 be s teed out on those so-
S T o n e Soviets mf active P g rgs But matter hw much these services are called "guided that, were shot off a
ad narmt ll w sp knows as much as Whit- expanded, they can never carry the whole load. Navy carrier at North rean targets not long
tUrih dil. re, pdrhhape. There Wre now over 33,000 private charities to ago.
'o" < \ 'Ar l .cdi and* TV players met in New which contributions are tax exempt. They col- They 'weren't guided missalles a all. They were
Tark'n |fo .th o er Way to plan for the capture* of the lect an estimated *$4 billon a year. "dronepl early an exploelve "warhead."
'.iillM TT^ 3 on.. .. .. *A Red Feather campaign contribution Is, after The droneW. t lroled by the p"ilt of a "mo-
St iad their mt igficant- l only a little thing. there" pla through televdo paratus that
Sa S There' aa snafu over giving a fifth t I-these mntrols over
S to let ie i jont star to four-star eral Matthew B. Rldgway, those Ued dron plape flight in tine last war.
shief" N -. supreme commander of North Atlantic Treaty- But this1t t a trte guided m 0t.le
-cont NewYork!.a Chicago havtees in urope. 03 TAlNS?
lt Witry- ani sment field and the uniom Ridgway is now handicapped by being Inferior Invtig n of the International 611 cartel by
___ _then* s run to Brittish Field Marshal Viscount. Mont- U. S. Department of Justice and Federal Trade
ut Walter 8. 1- Ill- nd F reonch ..Marshal Alphonse-Pierre Commission ha the government of many foreign
P,, :1,wUa M .Ads. e i an Who are bhe depwut-ies. w p oU-roducng countries all mined up.
e enemy i n Pelping- Te House hs said t would promote These countries have been deing busie with
to th isa ? X PW y 00 o Pentagon recommended it. But U. S. oil companies for a long time. Oil provides
-'u '-a--e--'- ra rolr s io, producers al tour-st generals ho now rank Gen- a Drincloal source at their revenue. '
^aagln n.-.nmbersa of mmuit fronts are eral idwa la saplority are reluctant to pro- The U. &. now points a finger of lon at
w Bt aadwn., o itehbl WinM ther t a fifth star. too. the .e -onippnlei. s te eregn ments
;:.." ... *A b**... ,I--Ta _lgaPr ad. beR"e to ji ot M compim .-tl
wttg i to m A W --d- g-tto-r eating and A recent etorial '*" ySta or Beirut.
10J N M werd obew f psg h t are Leb andi Ie Beyn d e A _t ar_ g ... ....
the tof r in the dairyconkea ... ac-
Industry ever the next decade cusations. If they lead to an decrease
S Butter consumption has drope from 18 in oil reyenUaes the myaltht:av to ftee their
pounds per penon to about nepounds per per- attitude towarte whole ovanbIea.
in n the last years. "In tht ease Ira's a taken
IHAt the same time, eonsump of non-fat milk as a good'e to coy. u on tizaon
l solids has. Increased from S o 47 pounds per frees the government, tomorrow If not today.
person per year. Cheese cn tlion In the U. S. from constant worries about prices through
ha gone up from 4 nds person per year intermediaries" .
to 7 pounds since 180. Andce cream con- SCOR ANOTHkE FOR TM GALS
sumption has gone up from 22 to 44 pounds per The Germans. have Introdfeed Pometbine brand
person per year la the same time. new In Washington diplomacy. It's a "Women's
The rise of margarine consumption is respon- Affairs Secretary."
sialble for the drop in butter sales. Margarine con- Diplomatic missions have always Jhad military
sumption this year Is xpacted to be about eight attaches. esonomle exoerta. agricultural advigera.
pounds per person-only a pound less than but- labor counselors and the like. But this is the rirst
S tr. time any embassy has recognized that what goes
In 130 margarine consumption was only three on In the women's world Is of some importance.
pounds per troe. The idea may grow.
Total rod1on of magar1 this year x- st to oeupy thsa new position as women's
ected to be 1.23 billion polilds, as compared to affairs secretary In the German embassy FPrau
EI3 billion pounds of batter. Next year marga- Otto Klep
Shrine consumption may surpass butter consump- Her husband was an offleial in the old German
Ion., embassy in Washington before World War I. So
nleSS S hBATTL OF TBe p 8 she knows Washington and America.
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pulr off hard *qrfaced roads
without losing the car.-iD the
mud, and stopping on $he ,high-
way itself was practically sui-
cide with the visibility- down to
almost nothing. So we continued
at reduced speed and our lights
on, and everything was all right.
At this season of the year
there is a east for those who
venture into the interior. It
is the wealth of flowers that
greets one everywhere. Those
who are accustomed to the dry
season only will be amazed tQ
see the rainbow-hued flowers
and shrubs at every native bo-
hio, at thW school buildings, and
even along the road. It's a*
lovely sight, Even the livestock
look better because the lush
wet season foliage fills out their
boney sides and they look "pros-
At El Higo. which is between
the El Valle turn-off and Santa
Clara, there was a school build- For
Ing which had roses which
would delight'anyone. Not Just
a bunch or two. Iut scores of
rose bushes, and other flowers
of .magnificent size and radiant
Our eamnrMs were ready ka
thM ear for any two-headed
horses we Mi imse gold. huasqe
or other. nifwortby sight
we might se. We didn't f
them but did M e some thi
Sqbhieh seeme to suggest ples
tures. -I -
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aked little kiddic were
Iteir father's hor --,,
we. hadn't seen befo.
we had .them on lodi;
somewhat, startle4a.'t.
i BrU tried to Ighten..up the
dar ness of the rainy &fter-
On our return trip,
Oa was out, wea a .t .
IftatIe of i a wodtnf W
noted in Pahiam&a'
an ugly ne .at Las. Ti.X
Ietty lines and Iaiern
Sthe statue, c. nit.60'
tl, and we tried 't
the old bul .ln the,.b
round which v1ed or At.te.
lon. And we nOtd with
probation the 'rean streets o
Penopbome. T-keepl the to
looking good, trucks ar dl!ent-
*edfrWrthe rmatn st..w t
golng through "t,hip Colt. a
Along the toad oWint4erbr
near Aguaduleeb there i a 1-I
bridge with loIg aoP!' qohee 4i
and steep grades faing
either side. Tree stnmp' along
here form a splendid safety
fence and set a pattern which
jight be used .elsewhere. I
Of course Agudulce,' with res,
two big sugart'.inBerlos clos
by, always mens,. o;QArt. and
w saw plenty .An .roadn .E
However, we were DiTvia
wben. W took. tilt, .Dr
dusted on then e Pf. AA fOrr
Oncz we sat oe'h the ever-
present dog peking out from
under the rear wheglel
Another thing whieh was at-i
tention-provoklng wa. tLe full
rushlni t6rren6A4n each rr j
0 c neaRR 1 the *bd reF
and backwaters filled gullies
and 'low apbt. for several hMn-'
dred feet around. ,
On the road to Ocu, we 'ook"
a picture of a bridj. over a'
stream that in dry i is a
mere .triekle but no tis at flood
A* olW- horsqmln coming a-
log tAid us* that iopnetlnies the
Irater. getS higher *tbah,,Ahe
thil same old .O)cueflo ex-
plained to. us hat the bridle .
and relu of is' norse were
.made from heowebair secured
th e horpe's mane .an tell.

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use shoes
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