The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00190
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00190
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-.-- throwgIest ejection campaign of modern On&
.. an-estimaked 55,000,000jtmericus to the poak &
-.L." a. decide whether Dwight .. EishBower or A&t-t1
O. -T venson will be the 34th President of the Uni-
SThe race was so close that leading poHsters~
away from trying to pick a winner..
'.* . -,"Most of them gave a slight edge to Eise. "
, R-publican, but the Democrats' Stevenson had
*- ly gained steadily in the home, stretch of the. c.
,An unoficial tabulation of widely-scatWurs
mentary ,Ad returns showed the noon stautnfa
Eisenhower T164, Stevenson 100.
rly this morning the last de- hotel, where both HOUi
S,-: cilelI of the nation's noisiest Gen Douglas MacAt0i
S ". caWpaign died ef, the airwaves itelr homes.
and faded froMah the television MaeArthur was*
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"IF its yonFR UM- IA uW! Burid behind ach preside- Drew Pearson says: GOP dopesters clain l4 toral
I c uipa n hieadle is the votes; State-by-state Republican survey Il Ca.
"'TH EM A" I 8 X *" ? ^' ">^.'^tv"r ::'i "T'.g.x..v.''t .
Cwaisot ein t ds tood. Jifrna nd ewYok a "r
Et a e.Isahot being understood. meeting may lead to increased coal O.t....
-* The Moil t on an cpan forum to hm ; '.rs' t The Panama Amre- Since success of this new
Skm LtenM arle ace. -ed grateful nd ri handled in m whol onl. tAist i n Red cts will mean vWASHINGTON. As one ofthe hottat cam-
dentel manner a major military defeat for our -.paigns in years comes to a close, here is
I* Yae f Ontribute a latter, don't b iempatienteit it doesn't ppe the land. it is vital to examine now prepared for General Eisenhower. Governor top
est t Letbtes a te public i the orderrced. en th what were se.rbt instructions, echelon of the Republican Party. in.
l Please try at keep the letters limited to oneeasasleInthIo given American Communitei aryws the publcans confident ni .
Idthe ty wl eter wtenisn m held n stricteat confidence leadeis at a t3pially clandes- 10 O Felectoral votes. plus 128 "probable"vet,.
This newspaper assumes i responsibility for statements as opinions te mcling oh the Party's requles to Sen. Henrv Cabot Jo
expressed In l Mtte hm rn e oder sop higaI h command on the after- Th e GP survey puts t wo 'key at
noon o Sept. 6, n New York The survey puts k and
DISPENSARY SERVICE fSCty. liforniain th obable" column, thoh
they wil carry both."
After reading last Thursday's story headed "Airman's Wile iThe blunt dictum came from Illinois, Stevenson's home state,is placed in hft tain'
Fights 'Peace' Charge," I can readily understand her having a the ajg Viilam Zeoulon Fos-' GP column. while Mssachesetts is p
*ow about service at the Albrook Dispensary ter, who was robust enough brd at f etotV irii column. s
About two months back. I spent all night with a broken transfer the line to his agents e o rde states o Kenckya. ce i Virginia
I fell at 1615. went to the Dispensary at 1625, X-ray tech- Call.ornia. to the National Elec- survey, though Maryland is chalked up as elI ertati fol r li Re.
I-ilan could not be contacted-, *aited until l0, no doctor r- tion Conference of the Com- te publican. m
rie medic Informs me to go home and he wl.caP me. could munist Party, but who has told Another border state. Tennesseeis
*hot zind a 3-cornered bandage put cotton J around rist a Feedral court he's too IIn to ful" trouba Missouri. hom e state of Presdn Ta.rh
an-around neck. stand trial on charges of co n- as "obable" for the G .
Next morning without a call from them,; I called, then re- piaing to teach the violent over- Texas. on the other hand, where Ike splnt so Ionh tIoe snd
td to Navy Dispensarv where I was sent to Ft. Clayton for hrow of our government. effoMichiganede though consider "probab,"
ra. and my arm -- found to be broken -- was cast. --- Michigan, though considered "probas,
-f the medic's at Albrook Dispensary were' all Agnt to the This latter-day uehrer .. ... bled caris the e tow hemo r r S
samen first aid class that my wife attended in the CairC bldg, Lold te men who must ab- .. able," carries the notation "removed fr cam s al
they would then know how to treat a iierson for fracture Or solutelyt ac ept his every n- o f effectiveness of Demoratic speakid c tmain t
sprain, whatever the case maybe.t r structOn'or that i o lt c thelDe-TrumantKefauVerrcandparkman, besides teeso o -.

S tc a p n e i.11 Minnesota recen tly.%
kt M s c m Paties were to be blUantd d M usetts is marked with the notation: i.t.
The-- orders were to buld lsp beate, It's hoped Ike will run enough ahed oti
SIDE GLANCES By Colaith as powerful an -oin n- This refers to Sen. He nr Cabot Jo we J,
Sdc'" vote on the Progres- A against Congressman Jack Kennedy, who is gen ly tef d
__I'll_ tell you wh e rbley. New York is tabbed: "Expect to win if upstate or

\.y. our m Tget the vote out. -S
Sl lp cilictally, Foster. sai.lB. get the vote aout." d Te rB rST E T R
"We must fight to roll up the adThe GOP survey has been gathered from loci a Stat, leaders
ie ast osible election vote for and members of the general's party aboard his t lht ere is
biggere Prosie eleti o ie fo r the breakdown state-by-state:
3 ; the Progressive Party. We mus1
f J ^ \n fight to record a smarnhing vot. Cloneeded To The Democrats--Alabama 11a
rJfig oror on a -smhndArkansas 8: GeorgIa 12: Kentucky 10; Lolalua 10:
fodates wherever they own Cmm are rundi 8: North Carolina 14; Oklahoma 8; Rhode Island 4;.
dates wherever they are run lina 8: Texas 24;: West Virginia 8: Total 125.
Sning for office." Certain For The Republicans-Colorado 6: Connettr 1;
Purpose here, as we'll sDelaware 3; Idaho 4; Illinois 27; Indiana 18: L 1
e 1\ toecreate o-ess ire Wblo 8; Maine a5 Maryland 9: Nebraska 6; Newa
o attempt to b k a ll Con- Jersey 10: North Dakota 4: Ohio 25: Oregon l iggi
gressmen in ever area to, in outh Dkota 4; Utah 4: Vermont 3; Wisconn
turn, pressure the next re- no S Probable For The Republicans--Calliforia ; Mli
dent of the U. S. Into -signing ' .ur ;
an immediate cease fire in Ko- Minnesota 11; Missour 13; Montana 4; Nevda 2: Ne o
rea on So et. term As a ys, Tot l 128.
reY^ filB M li wathe-communisdolineraIsne Adta s-. ible, Pr The Repubiicane-Arn 4; b-i, Or
the R usia's ineIdta ted sachusetts 16; New Mexico 4: Tennessee, V I ila 2(
by Russia's mitay nees- ered even money): Washington 9; Total 06
ties. WASHINGOTON, ,NEA).- Evidence piles up The Taft-Hartley aw and Jhp Brarnqr plan TRUMAN AND JOHN LWI.
Foster's orders, therefore, were hat a bumper crop of political catchwods, tr4ci may provide the ab lpR poin f an o aldon While President Truman was escorting his Itew-ound id,
to destroy the reputations of phrase tag lines. abbreviations, slogans and oft p lema they pr a t ter Isan't John L,. Lews, on a personal toi, of the Whitet'Ho g.e*
both the Demo:ratic .Party and other over-simplifications of edmpl issues had any m tr .to tklk sensor ;now. night. he let drop the folowi~ *-. .
the Republican Party as wide- Influence in the election y oaipag ''his a the poftltI vented "Did you r tlize, It -the R e.
'ly as possible In -worklinR class Among the idea labels,apo.,werequndto hqar for,,t Is the ~IP name elected and f..
rahk. Wbandied about in almost.eny W trer t-crner or .an ide tal r e
In particular he said: cocktail-parlo political argunient, were such eflough or these Ames cian be .to APU the two m en
"Especia k during the cam- names at Taft -Hartley, Brannn plan. socialized about in political converations te Mr. Truman's wisaft
paign we (Communist agents) medicine, tidelands. PAC. GOP, Old Ouard, New words is regarded as an expert, atm Opn- mely important conforem "
must make clear to the wot- Deal, free enterprise, calnsmetax burde no- .elpes .f i i a a
era and to other democratic cmla security, Co mun1st, l bral reactionary As. an emple, one of thellatest soghanse ee o f rt ol lE r mnin
strata, the e ienti.repoth Nixonficnd, Amler& n et do to h e aig woas at pu. a tf a. the
D e m o c r a t s, ,sle a e r e o f ch e s r amu ha o l b e h e a r d t-i n e0 1 M a V w a s R en o_ pPuT ea t
unity of the trokbig clqsptU.L n th n aer
h.Oparties. r .tokdat themau so teltnmmheraf'te sayerlnrQ - i n "
o o nh l,, Dixie-gop, toa onit o super Just what ereemoent. a es a l
S,'Every brand of reform- e ent, gened in the White lus, captive It w d probably come as a shock to some
st will be pointing to Ste- candidate, farm..vote, labor' te, ind onle of these a1 ,.to,. at tihe a la a ree- aidCehe Ip ene
II Ro.. Ah. oPri,.enson as the champion aol man ae fora cange, over depesa, Ta m. -.nf, for~d-acisco anferee d o a plea that the Wage ehnlbnat1n oarnd whi
peace and, as such, ev l ing manb n ony prosperity, com ntrollede co om a r. wn1ihi erpwasdratt- tga over l tai n
S a c for$25upon the workers to vote astofA u;?n, me Awo, bureaucrat, Inflation., ed. I outLned. e t ls'P o sbip yslem by which been unfair to the thtier o
Sa contract for a year and It's begen i the ot himo But these p ac _ushingdeb,'never had od world e anerapanese
dsw pretensions are a lie. : oft .in c d a dyear, had no fns uIe s sch as ad
tr QUwithoutt Off my mindo1"eM anya bof thes tp e&n gotpc1t'Pv ;00-WAYfor the tIOn:andfinally w had grel
Atn.rthes mconference, calledd re T n runerseandng rme ,mjor power. it e -ad ohfedl r st a sIh -lyir R iog ,
cFofy id"At the same o erenec dwhat they so r. To n any detailed pledg e major oWes to build, "World -The-Bureauf borstatisticse4 e poin o
LO deliver final instructions, analysis takes too much time..o.o. eVer con. ardirt1.dCT. law, d.dic e peace,n eelOt1pCoC, ductign had, i increased 14 tper cat tis
another theoretician, by name evinced anybody else in a political argument. r an dgeneral Olf lgm141 l ,, to L n.0?heh rtorsafor andpushin i mec
Soof Pettis Perry, spoke. r ides str longer than reasoning, so why It i",1teo eX te sas qorfo pus emal
Fully aware of American lab- baeo e '-e, .. oh" ...s
,ono ot.. facI e nI r a t Ue the u the hazards of mining snd.o.
or's intentions to icture the Whnen a p olItcal camp aign et down to .this '4ta. uf' oava, Pratemiturned to Harry Mon Let' e4l
u rT oas leaeras of the y i I much easier to throw mud at one's n Ig of tory a nd hndl not theonerat
country's working class peltry, gpnenta than to try to debate an Issue Intel- eVo*rytUn m e Yalta agnement was good, MW..wo. W tX. C. Prick & Co. and cef -
this speaker told the ageis! 4nty.- That was the status of the last days. 03ll 6 Woemezwt of ornwaany was nikeecneI.nl thatmine
theory that the lQemocrAtie Hartley law and the Brannan plan as examprl....:+96' ...4 fr'-' 'n cash,
Party is the "poor mas party'p 'Tbe names have befsm tele equivalent of figh14- wdon-'t- b'i .lnd Te+s Sfanrecather,.lcabtr.rou.
The Shine of that it is the only part In kn1wofd5 l Ni arguments. + Stw h"
Which the workersand -.a.-.kaoh NobOdy but equivlen
"Far one thing, the Dr-. 1 +lation and restraint on la&W.- to. =4 =.,., a, aupon.We
tic Party was not a rh tiationsJust as tile
ShOe Polish party, not even during the New for @tmhe a be done about Stabilizing ihq h* e ad e Gl *l Wodndrl e world and the
Deal period of Roosevelt. But market fOrperishable commodities. v. e sy -, "mDpe r da

onger because the polish - 0lo other question flged
terd howoImportant, divelrft Hoaie spokesmen released their "dWil'
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Soviets Nickmg Austria

Fo Heavy Repartions

ViENNA, NOV.-4 (UP) Aus- tons a month is shipped 1
tria, as a "liberated country," Iron Curtain countries. Moz
did not have to pay reparations than 40 per cent of the produ
to thq Allies after World Wa Pion of the Ru.sian-administel
II, t t still faces a payment V Industrial plants also goes 1
to the Kvilet Union amounting' i t~l a a~ Its satellites.
to $190,000,000 for "German as- Te ]Rusans ,take the pro
sets" seized by the Russians. 010"t Wthot pay "g taes an
While the payment of dollars the sous ithas estimated
to the Soviet Union is still op- lost ,000,000 schillings ($100
en and will remain so -until an P,00) taxes and custom du
Austrian treaty, the -Russians tib- Owed by the.Russians. I
have taken Industrial equip- 1951, the government lost $23
ment valued at $500,000,000 out 000,000 in taxes owed on Soviel
of the country, exported oil alone.
In addition, the Russians take The Russians also have confit
reparations from A ust r i a by cated more than 90 per cent c
running more than 300 enter- the 247,000 acres of soil used b
prissy with 50,000 workers and the Allied occupation forces.
controlling the Austrian oil While the U. S. pays Its ow
fields ot the ZIstersdott area, way, the annual costs for th
hiortheaat of Vienna. Russian, British and French o0
More than 60 per cent of the cupatlon forces, which have 1
prowuetion of the Austrian oi be paid by Austria, run up t
fiels-. estimated at 180,000 $10,000,000. .

Skilled Lecturer *Wages

One-Man War Against Redi
CAXTON, 0., Nov. 4 (UP) the holes In my arguments an
Clifford W. Gehrum has his own get them back on the rigl
method of fighting Commun- track," he said.
smni but it isn't recommended'to Gehrum, a member of Repul
the faint of heart or lung. lic's speakers* bureau, got stat
Gehrum, a training supervis- ed on his "hobby" twO years a;
or for Republic Steel hire, is in Chicago when he w.s attract
convinced that if the American ed to a pro-Communist mee
people become stirred up. over Ilng there.
Commuimz, they will do some- I- .
thing about it. "I attended that meeting," I
"Stfrring them up" Is Geh- explained, "and several ot ht
rum's Speciality, which he prac- Communist gatherings to ftl
tices at dinners. out how they operate. I dedd,
Hs method is to appear as a tO let the people know the:
"Communist" speaker, Inform- strong points and to, challen
ing only tne presiding officer of and defeat them. ,
his intwet Unlessi Gehrum over-lnftu
bl eS hs1 spefes wtsy atea an audientce one of the
blnr at the capitalist system's nights, he Iltends to keep rig
ineqvalitles, warms up with at- on delivering his convince
tacks on discrimination, and mock-ttrades.
tops off his fiery talk with, "and
that's why I'm a Communist."
His audence by that time Is
usually In an uproar. If It isn't 1
Oehrum then launches Into a .
lecture on the. speech Itself to
v strictly Communist-line I
and how it should be combat-

ted. o
If the audience get rough,
and It sometimes doe. Gehrum .

v.quiekly 'tch to a,,epred ,, '

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To Fly Plane Parking Problem'
CLEVELAND, 0. (UP) One BOSTON1 (UP) Feminine
of the outstanding pilots at wile ruppllqed the ltest dodge
Cleveland's Hopkins Alrpoit to In. the perplexing parking prob-
not a veteran of World War U. lem. ,
In fact, the war was nearly ov- Under the windshield of an
er when he was born. automobile parked besie a, o-
Paul Mueller is just eight lrkg n. was. a note "Of-
years old and according to nis : My battery has gone deaI
father, an instructor for .15 Cannot move car. Back soon." ,
years, he can do anything As passerby was reading the
with a light plane by himself. messa-e, two girls arrived, re-
He can't fly solo because that's' move the note, stepped into
against the law. He can't ever the car and drove away.
get a student license until he i
16 years old pert three-point landing.
His father started teaching
Handling the plane from the him 14 months ago when he
rear seat with- a -licensed piot showed natural aptitude.
aboard, he can take off in his He 'won't be the youngest fly-
father's Aeronca, maneuver, fol- er in his family for long: his
low the traffic pattern avoid six-year-old brother n taking
other planes and make an ex- lessons now.

Three-Gun Bandit

Plwds For Mercy;

Sentencing Held Up
BARTOW, Fla., Nov. 4 (UP)-
James Three-Gun Hill, who ter-
roritzed resilants of several
states while on a kidnapping
spree, begged for mercy today
a he pleaded guilty to a charge
of armed robbery.
"Any leniency you can show
me will be apreclated," he told
Judge Roy H. Amidon. "I'm be-
hin the eight-ball now."
Despite Hill's request for sen-
toe g Amdon postponed it
ad said the bespectacled bandit
would be turned over to a U. S.
marshal to face federal charges
of kidnapping and transporting
a stolen automobile across state
When the federal government
free Hill, he will be returned
here to face sentencing on the
armed robbery charge.
Ant. County Solicitor John
H. Dewell told Amidon that on-
ly one charge of armed robbery.
would be pressed against Hill
re.Two their counts of armed
bbery and kidnapping, three of
a to theft and one of escape
were. put into the "absentee
docket." Hill can be brought to
trial on those charges later.
Dewell said Sheriff Hagan
Parrish of IPolk County request-
ed that only the one charge be
acted upo0 now.
SAfter he pleaded guilty, Hll
meekly begged for mercy while
standing before the., Judge,
hand fedto a fellowprisoner
with safety chains around their
"I've got more time facing me
than I will ever see," he said,
reciting zaay p1 the- 26 kld-
hapings and six armed bur-
glres he performed dutwg h
orme spree from B dton to.
He pointed out that he did n
"lay a hand" on his kidnap v
"I "I talked mean to t~be .
get their cooperation. They co-
erated with me d I cooprat-
ed with the*," lie siLd.
"I would have to,"'the judge
said, interrupting Hill.
"Judge, I did those things and
I am very sorry for it now," he
added. "Any leniency you can
show me will be appreciated."
At that point, Amidon said he
would not sentence Hill and an-
nounced that he was being turn-
ed over to federal authorities.
"Judge, I prefer that you sen-
tence me," Hill pleaded. ::My
offense was committed here. I
was captured by the state of
Florida. not by the federals"
Amidon explained that he did
not see any difference in sen-
tencing him now or waiting un-
til after the federal government
is through with him.
James Douglas, whom Hill
freed at the start of the chase
that led to the highwayman's
capture last f ray, also plead-
ed guilty to armd robbery of
.fo.o.'Hr ~ait' were accus-
ed of taking Dr. Hoover's car
and t11500 in Jewlry.
Amldon said he would sen-
tence Douglas, who already
faces a total of 69 years in
Florida prisons, on Nov. 13.
Steady Customer
CLMNTON, 8; C., (UP)-One
steady "customer" of the police
was brought In for the 157th
time and was wnt back to the
chain gang to serve out the re-
mainder of a suspended sen-
tence. Drunk and disorderly
conduct constituted the ma-
Iority of his charges.

Mrs. Vyron Petrea showed he*
husband the dress material she.
bought for $3.75.
"If you bought that for $.75,.
I'd like to buy about $20 worth,'
said her husband. He reach-,
ed down and lifted a money
bag from the package.
When Mrs. Petrea returned
the money bag, she learned that
the sales clerk had included in
her package the firm's receipts
for the day.

Mdl medicated Cutinc Soap a
O atet are aud by maN wem t
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Panama 2-1

A0my Orders Draft

Of 48,000 Men

In January 1953
-The Army today ordered Se-
lective Service to draft 48,000
men in January, 1953, the
largest number since last Feb-
The October, November and
December calls totalled 47,000
each month.
A Selective Service speakesman
said the January call Would be
filled primarily with men in the
20 and 21-year Old age groups.
He emphasized that draft Di-
rector Lewis B. Henabey's order
temporarily barring draft of 10-
year olds still stands and there-
fore no men below the age of 20
can be called in January.
The January quota was de-
signed to maintain the Army's
approved strength after allow-
ances for enlistments and reen-
The armed forces' approved
strength is 3,620,000 of which
1,600,000 in for the Army. The
Navy has an authorized strength
of 820,000 persons, the Marine
Corps 230,000, and the Air Force
The January call raises to
1,202,430 the number of men
tappde by Selective Service
since the outbreak of the Ko-
rean war.

Store Receipts'
Wrapped In $3.75
Dress Material

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in development of new s.t
land techniques.

Housing Men Urge
Standard Code
tional Association of Hou.ing
Officials says national stand-
ards of building construction.
developed by the federal gov-'
ernment, could cure some of
the building industry's ills.
The association cited a recent
report, "Resources for Freedom,"
issued by the President's mate-
rials policy commission.
The association said there are
about 2,000 local building codes
which vary widely in their re-
quirements. Many are obsolete
and tend to stymie the industry

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'O io on Killed as Guardsmen TELEPHONES: a AN AND 1BOD, ST HI
;Pepper Crazed Prison Rioters pa bi v o t e
0 -defied virtually all armed to another he was cut off by a
o- threats to restore peace behind volley of shotgun pellets. 'I
COLUMEUS, 0., Nov. 4 (UP)- -shotgun shells against the thick the grey limestone' wals.Ali refused to reveal what .I ,*
4e prisoner was shot to death s eel nettings separating the six ...as refsed tevea l
.d tree wounded today as tiers of ecls- from the wal Some 117 National Guards-. steps would be taken to quell "**
dNathonal Guardsmen with fixed 'warren Ralph W. Alvis said he men, half of them with fixed the prisoners for fear the plano
!. yoInts took command of the hoped this would keep the hun-doayonets gleaming on rifles, would get back to the, prisoners
47-. ..tle to subdue some 1,600 mob- gr, inmates from making, a filed inside the walls as civilian via radios in cells. He imposed
ted nes ri n mass break for freedom Icontrol was turned over to the a virtual news blackout. 02L
Ohio penitentiary. Locks on the cells were Sometime it was hours before
Prisoners scampered detiant- smashed in the ( first rioting A group of 21 highway patrol- news of shootings inside the cell
Jly along catwalks inside four last Friday when 32.520 prison- men manned riot guns Inside the blocks was released officially. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIOI
cell blocks of the 23-acre in- ers set a $1,000,000 fire which cell blocks. Every time.a taunt- But sounds of shots,.screams of
stituton They could not get out destroyed six buildings. ing prisoner tried to move from prisoners, and banging of tin
4of the blocks, but they had Since then, the prisoners have a catwalk on one level of cells (Continued on Page SIX) MW9R L1f'- 00(6 *IFe M OW COWtSMot OM
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SIn the Service
01 III E.AM' t. ADAMS RiCEIVES PANAMA'S dred guests at their storI
of *I *fapaellaS Br wfiuAibu w m sS ith f aildI' Four hundred and fifty members of the Strangers Cia officers from the Coo
.. Ame.i'can P n U Armed Forces ae dn- d prominent me from both sides of the Isthmus attend Station, Coco 8olo Naval H
be quested to attefid W0M41 vlted to contribute to h s de- .tM 41st annual Beefsteak Dinner given at the Club Sunday al, the U.S. Timballer, Sq
SChrlgt F' rV patment by mailing data to leve il ron VP-45 and Fasron with
SVbM Workshop on Wednes' Igtthe Zone Serviema's i. Tepal palms and folag.e were used in the general de- Gvernor of Colon Jose
r' n wO. an8 WdaM y. NMe The aoneSeaderst mect-ations, and the f of Panama.and the United States, Gonzale. Major Pastor R
S. a M a.oem e Panama-mrlo, crted from flowers. hung behind the head table. Mexican Consul SivoR
... ,9^T/ =.- -- Pe-elo the--hI ht Ran 1 3, t4,nama,a. IF.In w as ianCosEl. l.Mo
'Pw-t-,:0."at- tr he b o f,-10 mb 9 1w During the evening, .Panama's highest decoration was the Consul to Livepl. Mr.
'. - ." ;gRostrna, 2. as slept oImtio -- a toser i-'s confmd upon Mr. William E. Adams. maldo Colonel and Mrs A
e *SSa "' *" ,, On OuuMt .., o5o t ion and excerpt from their Mr. Hary o, president of!Mr. Graciela Joll. Mrs. Ligla Morley and Colonel and
T'he saafd S t of mewrs of the t. j l He also ws acs ofletters are of particular in- the Strangers Club. presided at Townshtnd, Mrs. Linda Sharp, Coole of Fort Clayton Cap
4 thetnW4 flers' Wives Club were i Mrs. KoLtrna' wo- tert) the head table. Mr. Errsato Este- Mrs. Lucila Calvino and Finita l nd Mrs. Louis Fournier of
tro, who Is an interesting tour of week-old baby Photographs are used, but hno served as toastmaster and Sanchez. Gulick. Miss Dora Olson and
1 IWis ra atr irrcently by Mr; Stanley Pl ce said Burtle took .not-h. We s an.be returned. Mr. James Salterle was Master The tea table was beautifully Ralph 'Ell.
S l Dr.b W a Ia Oesa, Geperal Com- 1 *but kisses from'the two -' of Ceremonies, decorated in the colors of the ..h...... C i.
iind. "iat o B. rar at stslvner of the National Tourist u womqh, whose hsbazd were Twhe honored guest was the Bi n G T Brovnnies and Girl Scouts. There aiB tona i on lu
tleir h in B Visa. ommiatonft. He was auslated by of a wors w hen he Chnabed President of the Republic of Pa- was a large yellow clover in the Boahd reeg r o.n _,
.. anglee Jim" Price. Girls from .T ful clad into their be namai, Hi Excellenc .Jose Anto- center flanked by blue tapers In T eglar mo ly .t
S'tl *.i'a owa te UmOlteraity of Panama served . .e youth wia arreatedAtu e nio Reamon. He-mWe asicctAnled silver holders and the whole en- i f 'r the Wsh CIlt- i t"
1 oswlSpgPtu' I ats Ulideas or the trip which end- r O WAt t day night after a widespread by the members of his callnet. circled with flowers. Mrs. Cimo- will be eld a h1t et
eaI B toilt o V oesOml ed with luncheon at the Atlas I for NA c search -for the "ki.sii. badit." A number of normal speeches c.?a Arosemena and Mrs. Irma t he Hotel was toLn.at "
p l 10al ._ GsOarden. He was noticed loitering outsM were given during the evening. Buriando presided at the tea La-, .i. ---
S i thepn ta The Fbrt Kobbe Officers' Wives a Levittown home, and polfie The Panamanian address ws ble The christening of Ke
h %lav Club is aelling Chrlstp ml. yards were called. Riven by.the Minister of Alicul- A large clover cake. donated by .e chrstenin of Kev
in ,6 theM t O- bearing pictures of native.*alh.- No.T3 Mrs. Kostrna said the tall ture and Commerce, Tenltocles Mrs. Marcel Belanger was raf- track Cox infant son of r.
SKi~ldstBl e Ater th~~e -inan costumes, seens: and AQi4 dark and handsome band Diaz. The American address was fled and won bv Miss Julleta Vi-,Mrs R. E. Cox. of Ntw
Sof flower at $5 er dozen yards A awakened her shl after given b the Abasador of the yes. T three door prizes were bal. as held onaturay a
t lenjamn Cato with enealopps. Those Interested *51i midnight Oct. 18. He told her United States to Panama, th. donated bv friends in Colon. AIm. In th" Church of the
Smay telephone Mrs. Cumminfti at AJ8 he was "much to beautiful to Honorable John Q. Wiley. lovely table cloth. donated by there eov MFt ae in .t'
112 4 a714283. Proceeds from the aile WST AST ( t dob or to hurt." aur, kissed her Presidet Republk Governor of the Province. Jose Rev Father Vincent J.p-ran-
y :'aBitos of cards will be donated to cphar- 47 houtenderly before leav hl an The Predent of the Republ Maria Gonzalz was won by Mrs.n te presence
'"^ n l ft". r F 17 ., hour before leaving abe said.. took this occasioto on tofer upon A.Gonale A emc Mialia zlz .ll group of relatives i
S1de The cookbook eqmpled by the* Police said Burie entered upon Mr. Adafms,OenrI Man- lower pot fom Surany's wasrends
of ornr Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives IOb h. .AQ048 Mrs MsMilhs' home while her ager of the Unlted aFr It- won by Mrs. Lilia Al-,o.rga and a Godparents were Mr. and
erup Panama has been completed and wil go 14 husband .was way on ny he Orde clock from Muebleria Sanchez Thomas McGnn of atu
Ornt i doZa- on sale at the November ctwee. L He gt in a wth her, Balboa the highest award that was won by Mrs Lea Vilarde
sthSe s on mtNovember cof hIs and over her mouth Panama betsows upon as for- Robert Brendan Murrett.
a t hian t gnts in t4ma. Orchid SocietyMeets Tohslht Q7B5432 and-threatened to kl her if she signer. This was a tQln of the The refreshments were donated 'ant son of Lt. and Mrbs.r
w.it onor recently The Canal Zone Orchid loiety J87 creamed, police sad. Republic's appreciate for the and the ladies ex.d their J Murrett. born October 8 in.
J en by Mr.and Mrs. will hold the re ular monthly None Mrs. McMils said. se told the friendly r.latlons developed by ppreclation for thep hr United states Naval aHo
l.a Wi t MalO at their greeting this evennz at ':3 at -Both ides vu youth she was sick and persuad- 'Wf the honoree, both In bdurines lfe .he food. The other donors werCoco Solos waat hort Sherd
S the Jewish Welfare BoardC enter west i ed him to get hr a nd thlao 40 e social world. durlnt hi Taaropulos. National ost hael at Breweor Sh
BaasboaMrHarrDunn water. When he left hr bed- 40ers on the sthmMereadita SantaIsabel,ued
.. Balsboa; Mr. Harry'Dun, V -5 P5~s r~oom.she slammed door and A floor show was enjoyed dur- quez Co.. and the Colon I-mpo.rt Mrs. Pra e U.rt
"" e'them aaker for the evPaP P es'sp s PonqPONo.monecihelp, lhoe swid,pbutorng ts. evening.
Genralof Sweden ners."wladiesfohoeassisted-*n1 p oon
Mrs. lAxl All persons Interested RUSSELLL W CE, son Governor of the Panama C this a success wasde makin ent both of buffalo. New
fr. althechide are irnited. Door prbin of of Mr. and Mrs. rred-W. Law- Brig. Gen. John S. Seybold. the ehidted b the Commit.s el pe ere represented at the

.. .. thedralw t. Luke will e i. At Isthmus on Thuriday morning Gen. Martin Heas Brig. e,. nlainini h e iaveatalk ex- nforma1 upper rt '
ia cday .pornedind at. : toheMe afthr tve clpr- oompt tid Mhrhewt. rthr of the ir Mr.nd Mrsd. ,>l rel
B rig. .6l# r.nce of Baloo it enant or r iew genotr.a iral" .w a ta -nSu r t
.. eof Mrs. Raymond T. an:ea O hie former Grace her daughter dson, Jr. U S.N.. Col. leraycays- sand n history of the lainng with a dinner
rs .RanT a c whod 're 'I S a ue ite sers d of Mr. and Mrs. Oed f HIgh of for with all of the officla the meml d-rs lnstart o kie in Margarita forl
LertRB, YugolSgito'. Las .Cumbres. The yootF con- Province of Colon and otrtBrdg-Thledrwilsatok
M Sunday tNlvemrb gently returned from the ert, look at their at o -bnt Ei learem ral Lito ole platon a apexlm ites from Panaa t with the toops on November ... rs. Wm B. Hall Wr
itn. r f l al vlail pakrl o thre heartel Vulnera i t ha ed his Yugola y today ly 30 days here before Lt. Law- ,Army and Navy and cliavee. h i eal abehrs s and theestss .et s
e retl w'ar h a "dry"-hnot4 Y'one of the savmtredaewioun Evu- rence leavs fbr new as- The United Fruit Co a a C asoeme r h
iiIo:dre ~~Yly ud ? sedr M- 'A!l'St.tLue woknen Ofetheet o 01 021v oe t a aiY li lsgnment In Japan. table for thirty Muests at the din- ommithee are: Mrs Melba Feri Nancy Gibson Celebrates

nitdA 0 .f who wouhed be defensaid but sadtat ll nandez and Mrs. Velma Rudolf. Birthday Anniversary
a eveningi a b ft :eiwibo4's iist of the fsvbe t agl u paggre i t on t Both Lt. and Mrs. Lawrence rUnon the arrival of ti P'resia- h Btha InterDmeniate Girl Nncv Giebson. deaulerb
hor noringj Lynn Ctlta,' Bok Review Cl--b Meeting b t papers in'the world, And T'Ito bitterly assailed Russia are graduates of Balboa High dent of the Rep3 rfd his i'o1ts' rn Mrs Amniia oArsen'na ,"un Mrs Thomas Ghibaoqa,
da ft b tofnn wasnt kidding at th thonh out his five--hour an 40 School and both attended the eCabinet on the A anC Side. .W., ne a orh oie rshl thn a.lebrate h ter
w' ye imam t d k Review Group of l tw 1i, .o bid and aysd th, mine speech and laid.mo of Colorad ad M. College at they were the, guests of the,offl- wih one group oh Broes s Mrs. wnrhdan anntversare wiuh &
p Mre vi"etuned leeClu wI hG n g aM of rtte.l ZA the blame of present world ten. Fort Col s. Colrado. cers of the bom beros. e anm- a Ln' an r. Elsa cheon ato the Saddle Club
." wi. .".lS.lC.r, ventioon Thwlley at 4:00 pk m. tn"am chaI m ia fef weeks .aWpnt on Soviets foreign policy ..pw o rc on
Spda 'l. reald ence O a3 thee oe hel.L.-rs. Walter fmy- eha said had reverted to the dlay- ident by the NroUp in t.T eleap- drs. ea ssitant .
M o ff # h ail~h is~erYp Place. Bal, idea such a bid ta ralsm of the O e ars. degenerai on f the athleve- t on room of the omberes uid- Ae rs. Teh e eunL oststhtn r
Sa-.d Mrs. Wal- the pw onte will have a hard, : TIto, in his 40,000tword Ed- ments of the great October re- r tg. hrthe grou of Bownes. The young agests were:
,CW e'au i e hostesses. t m ee ie h t, their beat con h t dress to the Yugoslav Co4taitin- solution." the Ierna i nal flags with o Aycock. Mary Orr, l
otst by bey have to start l t party congress here, o en Diplomatic Lades. entertained to h of Panama and the United Blradeau, Judy Gray, Gar
'biB feHewed O e.'I l, Co raogf n Iplthe West for its untonditonal Tito said the Soviet had. de With Buffet Supper states and a large doll dressed as Terry Webst.:r, Sandra, RI
e Ir n r Are wbare u o k of' defense al but saiod that ac- uded golaia and other While their husbands were t- Brownie were u in the gen- and Melody fin.
..e 'n -f o4b omistofh "ill ata o ta on., per cent of small natLions into believing it '.nding the Beefsteak Dinner at "rai decorations of the club.
rlwa'ra t Mr Pr inzes i at a 0StOhaCb otSenr doublere- less the goratenint of ut ,,681,e w thAi tei r champion but that his the n rangdmstClub, Mrs. erWilliam rs.nD CWll aMrms. e
1 v bit Openlng 1l ald his. rous, bu he .'.. defense" during thq country's break with the Comin- 1 Adams of Brames Heights en- indu Devali Celebrated Joseph Irving. Mrs. Ve Ml
an Artb Week id Rf years, form had contribt ted greatly to tertained the lUdies with a buffet P Jhan gmal Broturs celebra- Mrs. Wallace RulLt O
RM m i W1 Idt. a He a r Retvwuptd u I the subsequent d ecline of world- supper at her.home to honor the ted the "Hindu Devali" or Neivthmander an Mrs. R.
Zn eCu wl" ofWide orIt-dirt ted Commun- wife of the Ambassador of the Year's with a buffet supper and laoanh M. Wirsrpng ~l
St strengths United States, Mrs. John C. Wiley cocktail party for over two hunsH-std-
tnb r svrt o hand Mrs. Herbert Ladd of Al- .
a. -hand wI a dis ore tellpg The premier vigorously criti- brook Field.
a. lP.Sal-e. e Inaer h of A oe told the de- workers are exploit worse elved of the honor conferred up-

s d us h Mr. Prices were awarded aid re- ledgates "the great Lenin would than in capitalist co eres and on Mr. Adams, and Mrs. Hum-
hostes so es.er d t me g thte,, heaed At oep.n t a oit. beu t |oldthed-.vworkers."r wor sefPaved of the hon Rconferredub p rI te
Mr. treshmertiatre served by Mrs. Jay thought asnd H ought, and tu over in his grave t the said Soviet foreign poichas therto Le Snader. one of the fam-
byr .s. r s'stel y M he tnogt w Ih more:. For iaAturphsseable stupidities o, become hutelly old-fashi ed l friends. Gay.s a toast in Eng-
N Lt. t, YauB.,r -.Mrb. Graham u ulap .tulaia.e, present leaders and the h9Wbl* imperilalsm, lish and Spanish to their hos-
.listichfltd and ei.s Dorothy ehter~f ate tWhi se s and her husband. s
M.peesa~id l d yWS i" aI0 rooii in all AmeInca..do Supper was served from an an-
l. . I s Then hee tp tth the b p ropr lately decorated table. 11t-
ox and the IY4 tslate Guld gforlato.e Held bid. 'aO am ne r asver nheasants flanked a central
ate*Wednesdaroladof Th *a8 Jay U.- wag theirechampion tbutSthatrlotclatuabgement of dolls in d e
..... "dsvtn i me next bidderW as otsi2 eveaikteet, but. h .autiful t sllera dcitees and i
Pm Vermo "formhe know* .tha ,, hee gaut o it miniature flaie of the Republic
,. ,b-& I A lyers..be hel d ohho nre tthW Iterklwnhand the United States.

a 7. T,30 p.m. sone dnragement Announced
bry ,o t En-OUid. as well would m fo ,ne- Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cruse.
Untd..JtCd Thespians. o Dil c th p f. re announce the engagement
S to attend the audl- Hence "'approach~ts marriadd of her
'- right ItO th ,. daughter. Amplin. to P. Earl F.
....e noin s~rChancy of Fort Davis, son of Mr.
tMeet.n opeft e s ai tand Mrs. A. D. Ball of Hahira.
J....d. .w A- ettlnep of the mnade theI- Geor.ie,
of the Inter- tricks, four uitd04z Rs 1w. The weddlnu will take place In Cold cuts are
Pr izs erawreard e.U a 0.at hhegatLu's Club wll be f clubs. ifse Immaculate rdone eption 4M
traamrB odorow a 0:00 a.m. at At the ohe tble, h hurch in Gatun Thursday. No- hg stuff wit
the (ltat dr eaduartr;andMs Dohrothyv Pler4.W (ifIn' andherhus- vbmbnr d at six o'clock.
rd. ndtheamn a eica. No iuvitptrons have been lddfom F eall
and.o.WTheir bidding 0d4- ...- ,." to the vv'ddtnr and all frl
.. -t..... ....old adtheir w fest to i are invited to the wedding apnd
ag i..rmon r"ndsthatd.ftn reeotion which will follow fheRebic
"Crcle will hold its two top dltaionds the home of the bride.
Sluncheon- meet- ruff. h... .wcl t
.at 1:00 n.m. at Girl Snt Renfit Teao

rtheieeti"g.will 1Thu rsdav, to raise funds for the with Frenc's. I, no seet that Fronch's ha. ium
Srau, Mrs. Irene fou newlyorgaonzed Sub .5ielm with the finest spios, an~d mustarde a th,
t o .. movent in Colon The affair was ba-le's s good a the best an be
d hnut on by the numbers of the
.h Girl Scout Committee with Mrs. A.-e:. MAAC BRANDON af0OS. INC. Panama i
b r ml" ,.w Humberto Leignadler. v resident"
,'s _el..liof nthe committee. Mrs. Clmocea
Thespian. -YtPkArosemena, chairman of the Pro-
a 0tatn t. .. fu. zram Commitfe. Mrs. Maria Jo-
.fa Melender. Secretary and
Mrs Laura Toledano. Treasurer
OW eetA-nd other committee members.
"OU'I.)f. clu bs.a,-

or decorated, there's a d&ip yo % raouwdlwal Stare
your new pattern with a xsh-piece
pkpce-setting -knim fork, IN THE AMAZING
teaspoon, salad fork, cream otp
"spoon, and butterprd'.' You'l be anmad by the convenience of
'o nd"rpire "SpiUpud' bordere and :brWlld by the
R g einsuy of this new nad pohsh! No need to
.wor.-.ry about spiI A revolutonary new
S.* "44110-. "design gives you nry ofCime :onght
""d' pe t o boade oh e n damta ge r
" done to yodr ctodu odr furniture!

Pnlessioul-looking manicures st home
The Msamiom "Nad-Messure" neck
msures our amM.a icUly just the right amount
of polish cover one nail perfecdy I
New CYTEX Nail Polish contains Enamfel%
the maide-wer ingredient... outwears sod
outshines ll ther polishes Ask to see dt
Mae manrte, hion-raght shadeal

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..... ~. ";Wl ~d ,ELECTIONS Sh
T (i clli ..ed t inm age 1) Dofit h@
You Sell 'em...W hen You Tell 'em thru P.A. Classifieds! Harlem. which Is th T
largestt Negro lassfie s
Leave oui Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street PanamA R. W tyo Tnlht poUeemen wi
Adn ighht e. peui 1mwn l r
brouls In Wale Sen, the
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n ThePa fic garden -.-'s trdItIs"al sen1r fotr wt52re tP
B 5 soBa tadI^sthalan vfl aa delbratinI g. fi t
wel lh tldSp Stt .t dependence, Mo., Prbel- l. t
Lew is Service Salon de Belleza Americano Carlton Drug Store Ib he onor O fdent umancas thi finl h
No. 4 Tivoll AvP -Phone 2-2291. ana No. 55 West 12th Street 10,.00 Meldnd~e Ave-Phone 25 Col ama's National ha and lot as the nation's Chie Execu- a eveled hga
elhdelsen and rl Lemuel tive and left for Washington _i U
P,.g Shirley. who have made it po board his special amaln train during home-
PrempagaU1d, S.A. IM (for the Flower Arrangement or his f final 12 wks .In the rida
Morrison's Agencida ternacional de Publicaciones "H" street corner studiants St. e ald eet under the droon of Whle House. far md a-t I-foSe
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaa Phone 2-3190 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798 3c. b ad l llr Morgan. secret service operators kept fa rm
Sthoan persons at gsilent watch near the headaquar- tide ," h
'thsd *Wbllef =hif t was ters of both Stevenson and I- C4 der
S........ "... '. tOthe ml fro 4 to Isenhower, ready to guard the ol federal
I-J. At3p.m., a sot l a aof the neow men det neln, ec two e
FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS w&AM"tfr the' Cla that hes the momentbefq chosen. g tn"
;. Household 4"Vomhibe" a y. to Ml 0 t Gre" d Sento PROFESSoweAL r* ^"fie me 'n*t*e maf.ke m-ak .
oA wra ieetieiM Aoesmemsdo d cottages. Eletric Ie Iboes, as The program included: Invo- no contact with either cana-
OR SALE-Refrigerator guaranteed FREE! FREE! FREE! Io Af. s dC. .ILmoderate s. Tes I lo. Arcbheacon Lmuel B. date sail the election wesults t I
Bamboo screens. Vacuum cleaner.I For All P A Ltib 4.567 MIBley,: Openin Reemarks, Mrs en known. TUEAR o s l --
crystal mixmster closet, corn- STUDEBAKEROWNERS PANAMA & COLON AQUARISTS: relyn M. Wan: Vocal Solo. ^ .
plete set crystal glasses. Dishe. From Nov. Ist, thru Nov. 22nd. Goldfishes $1.00 $1.50 Pr. Tr.o- RATS A U#.lyn s .Waen oc Prese tSo- At Hallt Da il.. JM.tevensonoinidF
Setcal Babo 1845, u-Your Studebaker will Be Greased and picoals, 33 types. Plants. Panama: Furnished hwass ON IBACH at Z MP=SIV tion W ePofrPriMnba- t hMr Da hl. tetemoral
China, 00 tc m. completely inspected free of charge. Acuario Tropical, 11 Via EspoAa. Santa Clara. Furnished hoMusesl I'OU T n and Mrs. Loulte Morris: P ticket because i's the beltrnae i Radio But
O 5:0 p m Visit our shop and Display room. opposite Juan Franco Stables. Phone IN COOL Carro CamMna, M6- Wi1" ano Selection, Mr. Maurice Fer- 'e e "
FOR SALE-Baby crib (Kiddie Kcop,. AGENCIAS PAN AMERICANAS, 3-4132. Colon: 9066-A, 9 A St. BIN CONVINIINCIS. Phone O M qusbn; and Presentation of Gifts The Democrat nominee stood Probable caUge Wi ths
Scarrioge, attractive play pen, etc.S. A Phone 1251-B. APNL Balboo 2820. to Archdeaqon and Mrs. Shirley In line with his neighbors and morning in the.
Call Panma 3-2517. low El Rancho) PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Morris by townspeople for half an hour be- trate's Court -
now RidPHILLIPS- -Oceanside Cottags. The R F j Il N M es McLean. fore he rcv aloyear-old e miJ OflEllI&d
FOR SAdE-Refrigerator, good prace Tel. 2-0825 Box 428 FORSALEly court n Snt Clara wth MAMInes Mcean fore he received a bot.ear aa
60 cycle. Call 87-2233, after I:FOR SALE: 1949 Dodge Station Oanview from all cottages. Steps a: Pt, roa t aue und o
00 p. House 96-A, Fort lay- Wagon. Low mileage, room 18 to beach Rock s, refr & ouer Class I Cut First, roads hamlet because it d bo
ton. Tivoli. FOR SALE: Purebred almtian barbecue and shuffle bor Pan- (ot ,W1 Even Wason: S second. Amy rbot everyone n town t A
FOR SALE:-Bed, call spring, inner- FOR SALE:--|', Chevrolet, t puppies. One mole, t wofe ,. 4l.ama 3-1877, Margarita 3-1673. V oWezley Third..Doris -Green:u; lst about everyone Ii town The defeidll, .s-
spring SAL stress $20.00. Steel tone green StALE:-1951 Chevrolet, two. 365-A, New Crl, two femle. Box N3. 435 lialo. GEO F. NO Honorable Mention. lone Bruno. gathered round the routh frame Gittena, il chad w
chest of drawers $5.00, steel din- radio, direction signals, windshield 1786. F RENT S t ihall. 3. Joyee Heandley and Mrs. J. dren uwhoihad been dicmlim d get Worh 13
ing table $5.00. Mahogany coffee washer, seat covers. Excellent con- FOR SALE:-Beautiful black male R N P. Jones. rom their clad. ed on Fourth l J AmSlaw
table, 91gss top $10.00. Phone 3- drton. $1,625.00. Call Albmok cocker Spaniel 6 months old. Com. fIum Clasm Pruits and Vegeta. tevenson dcllned offers to the mo nin f Ot
1898. House 8170-A Mrgat. ._________ plete Genealog of 35 Chonpons les: First, Mary K. Ferguson: let him oroceed "Imediately in- The radio belos .to WI
An-F. Huse 8170-A^, MaaLrr .6 peteh Gevah of 35 mo int oa
FOR SALE:-Household items, rea- FOR SALE:-1951 Oldsmobile De in ths AKCPedi. Ft. nlick FOR RENT:-Rsidence, 3 bedrooms. a de Le h

Swhite;1 Ivory corer cupboard for On All FOR SALE:-Long Playing Reods. ALNAM"RA APARTMENTS l onoll: Hoorable Mention. Carmen lctdno to and looko t.. E-
sonoble prices at house 614, An- Luxe "98"' door sedan, 14,000 8-8408. Telekhone 3-3407, Panama. ?msi .Il. t.bdll: Honorable mention., to He VaIns boothiki F. Mont, btut

nit hen ouabinet, dongr; 3 ste mlese practically new, Hydrin tic FOR SALE -Let modelr.n, fonew T e .Od rV. mrSt. Cap. s F Cla aIVr-Hoir cultral:a fr Pt. Ther ar ikw pBdrvet tired whs
and buffet (Ivory);ds, p i up la and radio, $2,COMP Y SH. House Schwands LP atallniGENCIA 8061. 10th StAct.aI Clark.InaendC. A. thon u. ee nti tA-be, taIe Bal 'lB
S oil poaiings by Pel t Johnson. SHOP IN PANAMA DIAZ C. Z. d, 37th No. 3-A. NCw Cratbol.I- ed i Exotic: shirtin the eetIonColon liTepO ft. detm A. b H r: o- cm wh7gth0u n 1
Stable; 2 small dressing tables- To Se12r-Ipc. Your Cr tcr 1386 f atS i ntion. Catherined. L. Nel- tiWe blsft oatllee eta toen- trial.

th stools; 1 7 x 9bo H ours AGENCIAS PAN AMERICANAS, FOR SAE hoghbrd Gre Shppn Third, M. Robinson; and t beg renl
SFOR SALE.-1951 Westinghouse ren Tel. 2-0825 Box 428 mk. Prfectfor breeding. Ex- ot. Anything. 2.2461
cy'T i rvel refr n ertor. uner- FOR SALE.-197 C illa 2 Cn- children. si -to l a-~I s plRer SALHAE:-nA APAR M a o i

R. Johnson Nov 3rd to Novem- service Cr oj Mention Cactherine Smith. at the tu o tre last Presiden-
attchm5th. Tel. Balboa 3484ndr. Hours AGENCIAS PAN AMERICANASFORSALE- y be rin at prkGreatg lot blowhipping, O Violet h will

S ne dogs alCraft Motor 1ars H. P r Hnble Mention. hee te on o0 rd

F AOR SALE oLMmoN ,TE u. J.od, ... g -mr "
with 4:30 to 8r30 p.m. od Ip Below El Ranrvceho n Ba yrs wthfwn a or"r meithblackt- 3:30-Mu SALE We por Monday veFn on. r ,

FOR -SALE --191Westi nghuhdse re- Tel. Rer2-085 x 4all esks Perfect far bredi. Ex Amy Lbert. homes in the US.o

cnrte r lumbtlerwmB Help Waoatnted hing t" a5 2 'he Voltli'f of lOw teBotus& et of
brfrigerotor, with freeze r c heni2s, 5 Ol 5m _theS t_ o1"

cy cle. Serve! ref r">tb.d...gechrol .tor32 2. 2, u eu w.ionngAllw I n t n I oS i W BI OT I <.^ sS~rS^ SS^S S vi

p s In New York --- d it aCol" .^ifc^ ^ legar Pra -^ Tel -MIS TM-E 'Nm""t
er ar rveFOR SALE:--7 Cd lll 62, Con chi dren Desr to as ir. FOR SALe e bonea t 334 ft.. =-4d In&oe marIn 48
sal current; 8 motors all 25 cycle, vertible. Dulyp aiA' Nice coI $500000. Phone alboa 1 b- pes cor rivete d shf pro cr5(IrOleris nd er I s

I-10 to -2 HP; Bendix automa-y reasonle, 1420- ween 12:00 and 5 pelr and equipment, $275h.00. .bel-l ld th IM Curtain -
btic waer, 25 c ycle; Kaister '"dih Bt b1-ar-ooa. omO c n- O

ar hOne Chry7lr Crown motor redu .rYogineCmmunity S totio s 9111"tr0O lmlo" at
wsher, floor model, will work in FOR SALE: 49 O ldmobiln n rcon- tion gear, guaranteed, like t nw. u nwas fu d 7:Moiet t Salon
Zone or Panama; mixmaster with vertlble with 98 Rckei totor, Pn .1. $h00e00'eOne Kerrm Marine to 1lc whi wi feed

or"tachments, warng blender. Te- may be seen at parking lot below tMotor, perfect. $2 0f. On te
fi l tphe s Blboa r '7 Gorbs Hosptal Cao. 1. a, 5 "1 N o"h Chris Craft Motor 140 H. tP. re-t B te t o ll li -mbee a th os

.en.two s.mut.eJr... hop...wRambler reihtble, Call Corozle I duc teion Jude geor-nefwssd.an-.' 10- ii f e i' y f

rke fo-rthe. fur-nAft ur to50ft-nh$-S;00.nbl -8 SS 55& additnoInheicamw an r to l :ft h Reor a a s
l -Brgan. hteusehold fur- 4189. 00. One 2 ',1 H.P. Johnson Motor, Pe Vhi. ;hth 1 New
nature. refrigerator. eleclric stove. Ex__i__A_ Pect/ore A-__ rn

PnImota iin. H d Oc An undetd prison guad b B t or e l it e "M ithouliA
ftManya st boat parts tools oad equi p- Te i odoral- e I studded had A
FO SALEDMIAM.Fla..o va 4 (UP)- ment. One boat house 20 x 40 ft.. roluietOrifsullOn with .eletri"

Miscel o with o th opsy showed today that good. $350.00. Cal n b le seen at bsab orodre- 0ofiehr waen w tetW1 1 s
cmely Ne ta York girl met death Boat House, just bee yond Sea Soutsy tTnhedlye of 30idd .15-P Blead ail oft re i when I
Real Eatale WVANTED.-Vacation quarters an or by drowning In a Halloween Diablo. Or contact owner 0431. ed wll wnydprsenho an'efon'-W OW

Ith^n rk as. Curundu. ftat5 pma. .o c vSetWaCertn Pand ffher oyfOOM9
iho e e and wife. References. Call 2-1569 lent who said he was an Air 4' ;-. l -Ml c Wihout Words
Ieh four children. J. 8no nl.If
blouse, brassiere and panties,r
.. McClellan must be good with children 2321 canal Saturday after her drink- et t A GP)

b s Inslon WntheEioteofflderao brought it to tt anyone today at Ca w Pao efit a led4. o A -e-s hd 1 cr teasofh r, or ua tray. .W .t
Ss ..din In the canal. and CaM no rt tA ihbo nal Zoe Red troe headquar of En L .- Interl de11

A. a-mmdde while runnsn a idmt the "awal 7roGram-wRllconstBLofNcarc P Swt ..O R wteoaftse t
hio Cr ew .e ..Yrkr oh iiSo Cae T O n PolIrinallv com- k. .etue and demonstration on a estar t 7b tte de- .- gw r etlte SlWl Cox, 0ot ,
Word has been receivedeon 32.talso of "nAb hItyhistatimtwloour J IwU

mus of the death p ofBa- tuOnUnued prom Pa ged4) -afte wait ing until he recovereds d aand oft, yBetwi join l2W-
SoGriffin McClellan,ia. CUdelv on ela ld beheard noles a st e of "nesrvouiisoa lt'r -a n" asho ft meth-- tb ,h lMe
p paquaNewY rk. ud a armh ndtsa tion of Lt. ust wocelcodbana dok o&- c 0 1
S occasionally Dae uet U.0. F. Ltaeese returns Fourtm fa. n
SThe 76 *year A rc n a ThDe u Ir-old er1, t wallenee. t :-T

s swlws le ineto 1S pi a f atrt tIan who claimed to P .I)ln eso C onal Street: Mron ta

Ess shI Hobi ushr menc. It Ws e & iet uha ID tlt M utee t l rA .-
2 n to **e gre boto analiestrawy ob go Street. from Maret i- te
kn 7 rolnded Ae Ic b-ht wonld died ws t Atickles in Albany, T t Tomrow, Wednesday. No. 5
a e ne h.f.utnand did aery sattrof h tr at t seto olna etn ot at, Wine station t oi
ber Company shortly after ir vat howiN :l0--Sl On Alar Clock
ew het f u wounded th n i k the 31-year-old woman CampWrtd a M et Starret.oerm lI
arrival here in 1927. He Convict Car9 31t of gofor asw im In the td's3 to4th Strem Tet rmina- ull Lbete 0-5 OnCocklfil0el

HalweInA eStreetS to tad Strt. week was alced to serve tell 8-30-. 5 6t31Aeii
rrN touondi gr not to 4t bn pun Street whichmdnthsinAlto.y.Jud
Funeral services w ere held eorge Grubbi c L Clvelandeee e
lrsuffered an iaia,. l twh" o1 hade beenhnInmaeAt- Ha e.B Ua"
daywInhNeweYork.nDid0 Mod Marktoand0al Street. sGu.thre P.o CateA lU. -. TUNI.
day in New York Haereod l dRiver State Hastal ,bmi closed, having been ell- -District Court at.. po. oa
H' le Is survived sby his wife and Ezra Cayoi, '27,. Warr me.a at mInated by thm new 14th treet Before aOti seltence tlhe :t eit
len two sons, Samuel, Jr. who 0., wer e liht dedb ah exen N.o n. -t's 10 Tt Y --
d Sleigh and a daughter sOner, er, Ode, 28. was e rmotches an d chlangesl, atchengeal s h00-0Re
lrU|ohtdg.d 28.whenher mouth anct M hnge In the r u tor""
e Gast riedoline Bta- the re 1hsd&bG reno e .thr eao n ereo ooI
scw -aen made Th t"-mot rF WIoI:e5-lLncbea wMusic6-.twth Pau 0md
M en .- si on Gillolw' an'Me ntrue 1
tch. station wri

Deputy Cleo f aCnd ad-oduallIv mail of the dt
ste.. Smith: as they relieved fellow ofleds, eeWs t or a l hpe md loahe. .. .,
'Or Loi F. Harr r he, eede

aImported lay m mcet
,,e,,. Conned HaOobmsetptes aOohd.
S C. T. MeCormck Jr. Pew@ i
of et,. . DR$i ets
lo" and ntered i fit" I ported 1

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f a-C. Z.J. ..Girls Offer Fie
By m14sr By bi/soS Offer Nine
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T-3-A-M. s team, W for that perfectly Last Friday mal4 Rnflggn.fr EfeE t"Ulh
Sovr -the Athletb c ClubS Juwort

trht to the oand elected,
Dwto Sthe fR ;epub lican' Pr. i
s thM t la~In the White House during he t h
t.'he.B ... W .e ,ond-.. b- .he A er. n,-t - c., t-
ro FunhEDavid Sper. d t
T--^J^^. c^^, ^%t.Wo' the AericalynSCJS y^Sd y sa?11,n ,u [verthogh at Ps(2&hrt cpr t 1" to8-yar-ld ldmr
wereIo a presided over an -as t4s- .

Mrr .l-gym. J s and Rskits wyere prot- ilrst o a tO? e i l
and f en ha be ll.ivfrIt

where ate t, f g. wweek banoledbotw score. w tw I
wornd te5wnI te *"enor ,BllO ., athe fir I do-eooel
St lai ghy e pr oud of th omsr es this lande
ob.~ lSsuhMe fornts w eh aelR A'se; wh rle the a%. wt,
.as optr:Ia n tl hebhit one & Honor fog *y flt he,
th 12,X .nduct by the Ao merican lat oDell1 1161

Proaof eCase, Jay Clevn' oiit
tallame pre Jae over an uet Vi,- : mff'
sehoolu b e *e, g_ e.n h and sits were proe- f eir t ..' Ro the ";a wes, B I ih

senteda.! S r. thee n Dmankcrats, and ed . aIu. gool c

endIf toe 4B. Honor Roll. They led the
HIcIeo'Aft, having a B av werage. lThe ole tweren 't
31 twud W Rawr U Ron. T hsph were last with .
29. These u~pdeserve a o*od pat on te back. an
t " "antm m ay
hot ott _.^ _'~al good. Did you know'that the Para-e, ll.. I
keet, a Galluoway and splonsorsh .....

year b plb.lanO#, editor, carry the Parakeet mha_ a pasn. by Prt- sag Ca whs shopping n. pllg 11M_ they .pr.patem m
pm."s h.3""poopu ar it ol, tuo anrd starting Prma o- ro ti ow tora. r oBf3S or _b.alsm a s-
.,_o,. T' feeas ,w ere l acted 'on the aI .Meb.hwelleer. A
2. 5 % tdsva eno'aPatonthebhcke SSWa be elle.
and i dofthe BPal of. Fame. The onal e af aulty who srchase wardrobes wi an eye to wflbabilyt oweright).
electolon e e soonu, and everyone has been more were In t plq were Professors
tan ailI. 1 Lyons, itl Bowen. Stu- B ANNETTE OREEN ia. It combines a variety of ac- crafts a home, outdoors,

.-i i" ge 'c ht B r ', le ...k : .ASt ri r ch nacter-b Ah. tee sap. g es n o
wiNl ep o and you tver .- thought about he C.amp Fireir watwordr 15 to 18-year-old irlso and em-
Slears- ar'anTthy conatanly ro- of the first two letters at work." grooming and c t
Fri."l, v l facts about your- "health", and "lover ration.
h eatmry populat an iBS t ie r elf atS life In general. Yue can at your own bag The aiat o f all the r
n th whenayou are surrounded by a from 7 to 10acold, and doeslnoteend witha dof"
"l fh te mhe aal dances peri ohnhopes and dMeae. That tvwe tiia revolves around In
than Ly~e1ons, ,.- .. ndence oRS plel from belongn to a GR oupE E you are in thea-10 to y19 ..a-e Toodand clothing, me utdoo g .O
o r ~' ...r ,_c .a. e de- like t Camp Fire irl., IuP, you ma belo s to the the family money and personal
r,,.o .sr. Supr00onbofM beWlpa Camp Fire believes thpt ry amp 0.ar,.nour ac- spending s stressed.
_I s et_ was o n weres eyvan der experience affect sour tire tivities will e dedcater to such ,
S. ianm and rang the Teres"tha Cast a, Fernando I- you've always longed to put-
tho ,an, -, I know, that's for e. Rolande Linares, Boyd ter in the kitchen, ou'lly ave
,. ........ers. . ..o Arias, Prank .t. pa-ty
oOSLugagatg Hea- mftU'wiersciamlyr
s tud. "ra as? a** "Aornst ntytfl i rsfe ton t and e c W u
.o-utoSm- thwhen ou eaa nolinvt ed ce

,pdlay.I 7o ad r aobe as well as hade
't's.....-heula o Thu- uiorl oI. Campa. lre
sihoe*ssuspectwithptuatethe spritll .
-x-.. g Inftheeformation of habisc ak-- .

,; "' ..ut. -. feet Ith n beade- thattoeeCmpersg.lg. gafiensabu te p esof
..t.qemeig-awCa mp Frge- Girhomap l ,
on.ofOnl on and devloment Isery
I n ,h fr toiti or y .ekithen ou'l-be
u ,yte the.h
are.. .him =1self In dem WonIS-and

'. P ".. tR W .ortakeang: of teen-asers In one
to 3 mkke _' '.L dnly when_.gyonlagin t outiflatdto d
utg se1Wj0d' -Ay urwardr tlme.tawlasummer.
?" ..' .- .'flwv. ha.ve organied them-
'L I + ] I I ;V 1 b aO W i tri k++I .. .- ... .. .". .. ..

that they will tackle
of Job from baby-sttin
~toil m ~automobiles
And every cent they earn Im
be~f tlrned over to the build-
rw= of their church.
an age when teen-agers are
as a national problem,
,w raw one wondering how to
entertained whole-
W']M^w to keep them out of
g khow to make them feel
"S t is good to hear of a
tljyLese teen-agers' el-
delylave used a different ap-
VDte. The offer to help the
wS Aruas the young people's
Idee, but they must have
eSnmuraged to believe that
May were adult enough to as-
sume responsibility, capable
eSough to get out and earn mo-
S unselfish enough to be
to work for something be-
d tbmr own wants.
9tat is the kind of encourage-
ment teen-agers despera toel
They have plenty to give-so
why should we encourage them
jlust to expect and to take?
that group-willgm up fat
thas qmmer. Whatey contrb-
use to church building fund will
be only a part of the fruit of
their ard work.
They ae taking a big t
qard aturity In v

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Adutoshoutld MorW-

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Star Yankee Outfieder Bendeguz Cops Vanderbilt Vaates T Plays

Has Chronic Knee Defect ov. 3 Classic To apitalie On Kieteeer
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NEW YORK, Nov. 4 IUP).-World Series hero Mickey Mantle B U s
Will be back with the Ne York Yankees next season as far as Bi Up
-draft officials are concerned.
The Army Surgeon General's office in Washington reports I
Mantle has failed draft examinations for the third time. The
decision came after Washington officials reviewed results of a IThe Stud Dorilla's hard-run-
physical examination Mantle underwent recently at Fort Sill. thoroughbred BendArguz yester-
'Oklahoma. thnrouxhbied Bendeguz yester-
The surgeon general Major General George Armstrong day raced to a smashing upset
says Mantle has a chronic defect of the right knee. The defect triumph In the $5,000 added Nov.
resulted from an injury Manlle suffered in the second game of 3 Independence Day Classic at
the 191 World Series.uanrancRacetrack.
The 21-year-old outfielder previously had been rejected be- Bendegu raced up from the
cause of a bone disease in his left ankle says present Army pol- Iuck sth a sudden spurt the
icy permits drafting of persons with such a condition if there second time down -the b ek-
has been no recurrence of the disease in two years. The ur- stwiretch and, ater a brief tussle
geon general says the bone disease no Innger is cause for re- took command to wting off wl
Ejecting Mantle, but the condition of the right knee makes Man- ajero ran wideto the extre.e.
tle a (raft ris, otajero ran wdoe to the extrease
Mantle M heard the nes of his rejection while working with houer c railing of the tsacto da
a construction company in B3ax%-r Springs, Kansas.-ss."oa l lt cam
"It didn't make any difference either wPy," said Mantle. rou after t bolted out,
"Whatever they decided has all right uith me." Teasily iniab second -
Asked if he were gladly the suspliense was over. Mantle replied ITeghwineth Royalsaliaetd r .
41Im glad they finally v let ever bodv know, so you people will nte foahead of Viaero. The
quit calling me. Now I have to1 et back to work." others strungoutrln the fof olo-
ing order: Coragglo, Rocky,
Rathlin Light, Booj and Main
Transit Kid In Unanimous Bendegus, *ho coincidentally
S Independence Classic winner
^n I BVf \vl VC Pinaid aidJ is owned by the
Decision Ovelr jSyl. Wallace same syndicate, turned the one-
0 imle-and-nine-sixt6entha In
I sloppy mud in 3:00 1/5 minutes.
Transito Kid (Pablo Avilai1and seemed on his way toward, He received a perfect. rid from
mide hit return aonearance be-,a victory. But from the ilfth Alfredo VaAqpez.
fore the hometown fans a trium-n round on Trri ito seemed to The bay son .of. -Pxglove-
phant one by punching out Ia row gradually stronger and was Chassagne returned the juicy
clerr-cut unanimous ten-round the better man at th" end. dividenLa of $61,80, $13.20, $6.60.
decision o'er S'lvester Wsllacl The co-feature. also a ten-ITne quaniela of Beadegut-Royal
Sund-v ni-ht before a s"ant rounder, was won by Vicente Allihgator paid $218.21.
ern-'d at tce Panama G!m. Worrell over former Bantam- 1ae day's biggest payoft, how-
The Kid, 133, repeated' beat weight Champ Cesar Leal. Wor- ever, toox place in tne second
Wallce to the punch and had rell. 1251', was the master of double whicn was formed by the
the better of the infihtinm inLeal. 1243,,, to earn a unanimous combination of Pa pero II and
most instances. Wallace. 13212. verdict. Worrell dropped Leal for Charming Prince. Thi "dupleta"
didn't seem to have his usual an eight count in the seventh oaid a handful of lucky fans
punch. He hit Transito flush onI round. $545.20 per ducat. Charming
the chin several times Pnd didn't Byron Cumberbatch. 125. scor. Prince, who was'hil second local
even staF,"er him once. ed a T K 0. at 1:05 of tPe fourth start, paid $80.80 to win.
At fieht time, Wallace was an round over Battling Escudero.
overwhelmingr favorite. There 12?.
was lots of Wallace money some, in the b?st fight of the even- Juan Flil
of the bettors even offering odds. ing, unbeaten amateur Toto Iba-
and no takers. When the fight rra of ChLriqul copped a unani-
reached the fifth round, how- mous decision over Luis "Dulling- |' I i
for the underdog. 116, landed the more sold blows e DI ---
Wallace had a slight martin and staggered Diaz, 118, several .
in !ach of the first four rounds times. FI-Volador iT RAC 'a0
.., -"I--Volador (e) $8..

ntucky Can/es Baskt 'll
Kentucky Cancels Basketball

Schedule; Bradley Punished'
By U. P.
The University of Kentuck" dropped for lack of evidence
has cancelled its bas k etball ard the investigations of six
schedule this year following a others are being continued.
crai-N-down by the powerful N. Council officials declined to
C. A. executive Council. name the other schools involved.
The council meeting In S'ecifically, the councU, found
Kaisas City-recommended the that six or seven players on
,niversitv bf b-nned fom bas- Ientucky teams the past few
ketbat-comoetition this winter years had been paid $50 each
becausNe of two ralor vio!otlrn; during road trips.
of NCAR rul's TT colin-ll aqn
rcoim& ef B3'dl-~' Uni'ra r Tn accepting the penalty, pre-
be barre fn- e the NCA'i dent Donovan said 'The
cham,,ionshp tournament nex penalty inflicted is unduly severe
.n'. ieand far more harsh than any
e"'"~ = [oenaltv that ever has been In-
The- council action. wa s in- tn'irted on a fneMber for viola-
foerm f an rcom end pton to of10 .. the past
tie fM]l NCAA meeting In .Tanua-, 1ooston zor g n
ry. owveyer both snhonl hve) iWldcats to caneql their 21-game
iceted t enaltes. so the r- scheduled this winter, the coun-
eom ahswilntb re-o ec. l also recommended the school
on 't.A;he full meet'n.I be put on probation for the 1952-
,,'1-fk v H-ripin ......53 academic year. Kentucky al-
. VO 'rri adnnouncd the unlve,. .'d' is under one year suspen-
s decision, .ion by the Southeastern Con-
sis d..ci..ion. I ,erence. but had arranged a non-
D d eii B :r was acreetr'cI conference schedule.
cI Donovpan says Kentucky wyt
h facul tycom itt.ee onr ,n .p an Intra-mural schedule
faculty committee on -'is season under Coach Adclph
Thetcouncil after a long m-i Rupp.
vestigatton fond Kentuc'tv
iftttv of Daving athletes and de- te r '
lieratelv using ineligible play.- J lor liBrlim
nv B nitedhrre. ,

I iy UIIltH.U I 1tBm
Bradlev's ppnaltv wap less s--
Wvre. NCAA Executive Secr et'r
Walter- Byers savs the Illinni' NEW YORK. Nov. 4 An 1.1-
-'0ool'reclved a llehtei penalty to-one shot named "Dark Count"
because although Its rlaver: has nuon the Charentus Purse in
were paid university official a driving finish at smog-bound
were not aware of it. Th' couni'll Jamaica track.
says'the players were paid b / The three-year-old bay colt
"Trnthutiastic team suoport*r" 'I ran dead last in the field of
The council also "reprimand- st'en for had the mile and one
ed" Midwestern Universitv nf sixteenth New York feature.
Texas ler holding try-o,'t rfor.Jockey Hedley Woodhouse took
hih school players. T r-i "r''p DarK Count wide. Then. he pick-
against 'one other school were ed off he leaders as fA.ns strain-
ed to see through a heavy haze
o Rota Club caused by state forest fires.
In the stretch. "Sun Hener"
Coo Rotary Cu weakened and Dark Count went
Vst to win by a length and a
S n r quarter "Areave" ran third, be-
lpl Sponsor Softball nind Sun RHene.
B i Dark Count paid S25 $9 30 and
league For Boys $4.8t. The winning time was one
Minute and 45 seconds on a fast
COLON. Nov. 4. The Cristo-' -oOo-
bll Colon Rotary Club at their' FOOTBALL
weekly luncheon resolves to ron- Coach .Jim Tatum of Maryland
:inue sponsoring a Sof t ba ll,has accused the de-emphasis
1ague for boys in Colon. 'conscious Ivy League of offering
attractive scholarships to met
Prominent firms rporeenter, football players. In his blast
sy members of the Club. ha"e deliverrd at a football luncheon
romlsed to defray the costs The in Nrw York. Tatum defends
Nub also projects practical as- Marylpnd's athletic scholarships
. dance for traffic control and setup and savs his boys ret only
a. studying Also assistance to' board, room and 15 dollars per
.tber worthy caures In this city. month.
SThe plans were presented by Ihe -
eammunitv Service Committee PRO FOOTBALL
i. tthe Club. The Dallas Texens have re-
?Mvor Ramos end Lt Bulouin ceived a blow to their plans to
if the National Police were raise a quarter of a million dol-
g .uers of honour at the meeting., lars to keep the National Foot-
S--- ball League club going. The Tex-
I- a0h year vending machines ans asked the aid of the power-
an estimated billion dol- ful Dallas Civic Council in rals-
'thof nickels. dimes and ing half the amount yesterday
frtmutsic. cigarettes, but the council turned them
ArMI s* fin"-

2-Duque (e)
3-Villarreal $2.60
1-Biscaya $4, 2.40. 2.20
2-Juan. Hulncho'2.40, 2.20
3-Opex $2.20
First Double: (Volador-Bisea-
ya) $12.20. R
1-Jepperin $5,20 2.2'0
2-Nehuinco $2.20
One-Two: (Jepperin-Nehuin-
co) $9.40.
1-Coran $6. 3.40. 2.20
2-Prince Wad $3.60, 2.40
3-Dicky $2.20
Quinlela: (Coran Prinee Wad)
1-Trafalgar $4. 2.40
2-Bedlam $2.80 .
1-Pampero II $10.80, 6.86, 3.20
2-Betun $3.60, 3..
3-Curaca $380.O
I-Charming Princ .O40, 21.60,
$16.20 -,
3-.- I mT-m3.t4.AtA -L . '

2-Ventre a
3-Pla $1130
One-Two: i
Terre) $SL.
-Don Jan m
2-loinoa _$3

anil ehek.
breathe, aort
dsa from IF
through tah
ialng Mind I
lhdat ftob AIa
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m. O-HN" meuaLuM Iey-eyes Irewa passes M with ed so rapidly tna early in ite
NBA Staff CorresqnJmt the ahotun atrm, bees more going Bill Edwards suddenly
Samazlngt ly.. a added a eries bf splt-T plays
NEW YORK. Nov. 4 Bill HeU'taan IuncommonyW tent- to his regular T variation to
Krietemeyer, Vanderbl.'s dew, ed younttr who has develop- capitalize on the six-foot two-
I" nch, 200-pounder's aerial wiz
S" ardy.
Football Results

Ga. Tech 28 Duke '
Tennessee 41 No. Caro'na 14
Florida 31 Auburn 21
Alabama 34 Georgia 10
Tulane 34, Miss. State 21
Old Miss. 28 L.S.U. 0
Vanderbilt 67 Wash. & Lee 7
So. Carolina 21 Virginia 14
Wake Forest 21 N. C. State 6
Rand.-Ma'n 22 Johns H'ns 14
CampLejeune 25 Quantico 2
Tenn. Tech 28 Marshall 7
She'd St. 7 Wilson Tchrs. 7
Murray St. 48 Moreh'd 0
V.P.I. 20 Richm'd *2
Miami Mar's 26 Jax Navy 13
Hamp. Syd'y 26 B'gew'r 19
Ft. Lee 59 Ft. Meade 6
E. Carolina 22 Appal'n 19
W. Ky. State 33 Delta St. 13
Ky. State 39 Taylor 0
Troy Tchrs. 44 V/ st Ga. 7
Sewanee 35 SW Tenn. 0
E. Ky. 35 Evansville 0
Pensacola 40 Memp's Navy 12
P uman 20 Wof ford 21
FS.U.6 Stetson 6
Catawba 20 Presbyterian 19
Miss. South. 39 N. W. La. St. 13
W. Carolina 12 Elon 0
Sheppard AFB 3 Camp Polk 0
Georgetown 0 Maryville 0
Eglin AFB 20 Alexandria 12
La. Tech. 19 So. Inst. 19
Cars.Newman 20 Tenn. Wes. 9
La. College 49 Unon Unlv. 19
S. W. La. 19 La. Tech 19
Maryl'd 34 Boston U. 7
Plttsb'h 28 Indiana 7
Detroit 28 Fordham 20
Rutgers 40 Temple 28
W. Virginla 24 Geo. Wash. 0
Colby 13 Maine 7
Kings Pt. 33 Bkln. Col. 0
Trinity 20 Coast Guard 0
Bowdoin 28 Bates 6
N.Y.U. 14 Lafayette 7
Union 34 Williams 25
Wash. s. Jeff. 35 Car'gle T. 20
Cortland 14 E. Stroudsb'g 7
Army B's 26 St. Lawrence 15
Clarion 34 Cal. (Pa) 0&
W. Maryl'd 24 Penn M.C. 20
Sbhp'sb'g 49 Millers'le 0
Gettysburg' 34 Leb'n V'ley 25
Holy CGross 7 Marquette 0
adlant'n Gap 21 Ft. BI'r
Wooster Allegheny
Rhode Iand 40 Sprngf'd 20
8lip'ry Rock 13 Geneva 13
Drexel 33 .Dicklnson 26
Juniata .12 Susquehanna 7
Wesleyan 34 Swarthdbre 0
Bloomsb'g 22 New Haven 12
Mjsta 1 .. Brandels 6
.N01Q 286 Middlebury 14
Wayneab'g 35 Westm'ter 27
Edlnboro 12 Mansfd 7
Hamilton 8 Hobart 8
Aaberst 35 Tufts 0
WomrsterTech 26 R.P.I. 6
2% 18..-6 New Hamp. 12
Nt ri 33 Vermont 6
114Wh Cnernr-Pt. 0
at-am chael's so9 ridgep't 6
TH ,-25. Grove' City 9
L .k Rven.20 Ind. (Pa) 19
.P4P. tate 14 Penn 7
0 0I00in 3 Ithaca 15
Mar. 40' Amfn. Int. 38
at"is1 Ceyney 12
W.CfeMster 50 Kutztown 0
Ufds Ia Wagner 0
PaLUtWNa 2 2 Wash.-(DC) N. 6
S_.Aggles 6
-83 IWs. Col. 12
Davidson 26
idri .. 21 r. Delaware 12
GW[ 8 Salem 36
AlbUl t4 Moravian 14
r V.MJ.I. 14
rlsc '9 p ... .arown 0
ale 1 '.. Dartmouth 7
l,- *-Columbia 14
r ,to 1 3 Upsala 13
r.Vnt.zB 13 WestUIerty 0
Stc 13 Concord 13
35-5 Davis Elkins 6
i f1 Wilkes 14
'o,.A WEST

24, North*e. 21
17 Iowa 7
Drakq 19
41. Iowa St a
.17 .N 6
W.. 1

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W* Z'It. ]V'

Mo. Valley B's 34 Tarkio 0
Wichita. fr. 40 Olathe Navy 13
Mnot 32 .. W3hpeton 14
Buema Vio I 321 Duhb e 7
Simpson cen'ral-a () 12
John Carroll 40 ybtgst'n 0
Marhyv'te.. 0kevflie. (Mo) 27
Elmhurst 3 .Carthage 0
Akron28 .. ram 14
BemidJIl 18. lyC'y (ND) 13
Calerrdale 1$ Dck'asn (ND) 9
Moorebead 27 Jamestown 7
SWhatbn 21 No. Central o
,ttrling 1 Sbhurtleff 19
MIlhkIn 18 ki Forest 13
Midlnfd St. 14 C-i. State 6
St. Olaf l Monmouth 0
W. Ill. 7 E. 111. .
St. ProcopUi 3 Aurora 12
Kenyon 48... AshlaAd 14
Carroll 19 MUlwaulkee St. 3
Platteville r4 W ib'rg 13
Oshkoash 14 Whtewater 13
Stevens Pt.',1 Eau.Claire 6
Chadrbn $1 Midland 14
Concordi. $4 St. Thomas 14
Gus. Adoetus A HMamine 7
So. Dakl: S.' 9 Morningslde 25
Okla. WiLh.! i mer Mill. 0
St. BeneM8ic i. SW Wlnf'd 0C
Emporiat Da' $ Pitts. (Kan) 21
Findlay 13 Grand Rplds JC 7
Alma 28 Adrian 13
Olivet 13 Lerria 13
Hillsdale 23 U. Ill. Navy 18
Cen. Mich115 Ill. Nor. 12
No. Mich. 2 Nortland 7
North Dsiots 3$ Augustana 21
SE. Mo. I 61 Bethel 0
Wichita 2W Utah State 20
St. Norbe1t 21 Loras 0

Texas 31 8.M.U. 14
Wisconsin ,21 Rice 7
Tulsa 23 Okla. A&M 21
T.C.U. 20 Baylor 20
HoustoW 90 Texas Tech 7
Abilen Ceh. 48 Tez-.A&L 13
AustAn, 28: ul-Rkss 7
Quachlta 2 Mendrix 0
Texa As Ms 81' Arkae 12

U.C.L.A. 28. Califdrnia 7
Montana 35 Mont. State 12
Colorado 20 Utah 14
Wyoming 24 Brig. Young 13
Arizona 13 New MeXico 7
8. Bbura St: 48- Cal. AggAs -
Washingtort 38 Oregon St. 13
Col. of Pacific 14 Oregon 6
Mesa JC 40 Pueblo C 6
Starford 35 San Jose St. 13
Wash. State 36 Idaho 6
Col. Idaho 51 Whitman 14
Colo. State 47 Adama-State 27
W. Wash 19 E. Wash, 0
Pac. Luth'n 45 Cen. Wash. 9
New Mex. A&M 33 Ariz. St. 9
E. New Mex. 34 Highlands 7
W'stm'st'r (Ut.) 12 Utah Ag. 7
Idaho St. 21 Colo. Mipes Ix
P. F. Amp. 27 -S. Diego N 6
Occidental 21 RedlAnd- .7
Ricks (Utah) 16l Wbek 13
Col ol. 44. Colo. Wb tedo l

"With Bill Wade gone, our
original idea was to retool to
the running game," relates
Coach Edwards. "That was be-
fore we saw Krietemeyer pitch.
He can hit a dime at 50 yards
glves us a long passing attack.'
The Commodores' tactician
spotted Krieterneyer in an All-
America high school game late
laIt Sm er, fell madly in loVe
with 3posslbilitles.
t 1
The"".rt1 arLeld comes. faom
Ev&nsvWlle', d.,' saturated. with
Vabndetbflt aw ni. Nashville has
one of the finest ngineering
schools in the country, so ,
didn't take much convincing to
induce this son of an engineer
where to ao -to college Or t4
put it another way:
"Vanderbilt is. the closest pri-
vate school to Uvazfvllle," ek-
plains mElmore ~udgins, Cohmmo-
dore publicist.

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NEGRO .. .
Be'une Cookman 8 Fla A&M 7 iW I
Morris 00I. 31 PItr e h b,
J. C. Smu1Wll WIns'ft Salem 0 %

Tuskege 14 Ft. Vlney. 8. 14
Howard 18 11. G12
Clak 21 Morehoun .I tfr,_ti
Ham x Inst.i 21 im) (Pa) P W V
Deli WSt 24 St. Paul's Poly. 0 .
W.-Va. State 35 Bluetf'ld St. 0 fAlin
sbuth ^* "Texa Col. -
Praale 3ie9 3- Ark. State 1 TI:'
Lane 32 Miles 10 ':
So. Leland 39 Phil. SMith 23 Add
Va. tat 14W Va. Union Toam
Albwgyt, 4 7 a nI h,'v wsft.
LincoalnT '. J .n & l satb
Daytops Beah 20 Leon 0 M
SS,. t. Paul2 St. A. 0 thia
Ft. Landedaiea 3 M. 1it 0 When
U~alb 010 010 OW
McOl I 14 McMaster 12 set it

Pacific SoftbaII

U*f.. IV .j -<- t kk

ki coam6his agree t b a.-t
**qcyer Is, the miot-pro.M-
aiser t6. cotne out-of tbe
fy. ne. y -.
ft th0let youAW.
ey"seen, wax-

Irt:iosr out the coaewh.s
eet~heflIui t1he fIrt htoi

> for WB jaisd, a" A-1

B .IwJj#sa! Irthw. tein
Ltow,e!. S agaiu~i'b

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'C- ~ :

Coast Football Rpped,A cusr

Iley, matter-o-factly, 'foot- "'ut you ddob. ;.
Of Going utheastrn he aid. r"hi ant
NBA Sporets d tor
NEW YORK, Nov. 4 No selected Comet} 1to wet, '$tal
doubt about It," asserted Tom lenged his iscpnh10 teO*.
Whitley, matter-ot-factly, 'foot- -'But you do&i't m
Players In the Southeastern he said. 'Thia ow sa 1i k moIS e"
Conference are mtuoh tougher -
and seem to love the game more The football po pple haIN
than west coast lin." been ranking MichinBs)
herethat should get theand Maryland one-t* tl
erstwhile Alabama Ilheman a ly this trip. It. figure. ter
lifetime bade -In the Loyal Sons the Spartans wiped I T 4.
of Die A watch charm awd M, 48r6, Coach
tackle, ,he plbyed..in the- 1945 obaervd:i "It's nou th0 I I 1flt
Sugar Bowl, '4 Rose Bewl and team that gets you, I th
'48. Sugar BoWl, was assistant second, third and.fourth.
to Red Sanders at Univeralty of And at College Parl, a f t.er
California 'at Lo Angeles In Maryland crushed &sWa, 3-T a
1940-80. He 4s now In Alabama Terrapin fan turned to hi
-out of the football business. panlon and beamed, "Nw.
"Recrultig and scholarshl our b band? Unitor s and
are different on the west cast," all"
he said. "Instead otglvlg'sclhol',- "Yeah," the other said "I
warships, they simply go out and. h.. Jim Tatum has
buy players. tLe hnd evn more thn the

"In my, days at Tuscaloosa,
we received only room, book
tuition, laundry and a m aIl
amount of spending money."
"How anstn, .Te Autumna
madness, said Whitley s -a te-.
mendous thini for the AaMr
can boy. It teaches hll'to work
for. what he wants.. ow trud.
At, the pressure football schdole
it teaches him to work dn hFq
tackling, blocking and ruAing'
for Vhat he want 'Better
hours and'higher wages.


While Whitley takes a verbal
ke at the Pacific coast, a Penn
State alunus, whose son jump-
ed the alma mammy for a mid-
west campus, lamented ltterl
about the more moderns' dearit,
of enthusiasm".
"Pep: tate students simply
lack suptt," he griped shaking
his bead sadly.
This. ,reminded Bill Gaskd,
=wh taught English at StM j
Cole~b, .a story about 1.att-
3Be .the' Lions' rema aba
Oq c runner.

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"I think State wil WI b
poltAts.' After c I no er
Barney charting.a football .
shee, wavat amu d to M e

rooau team," o
ThU SouteAthe mCuere
ha a Lnew rule his yr. lich
forbids the anmounmeme.t of
mame 'officials ver e IbUc
a.dreas system fore utla
a donteat. Perhaps -W*e JustC a
welL Guch- as:
Vanderbilt had .put the ball
in motion on a .unning play
from the 35-yar~ n aainat
Flrida, gained tnre yard's.
Florida was cha Witeth-,a 15-
yard holding froi the
int ofthe. .
The officeal s'MYI V the
ball on the C m 43, af-
ter it dn thr dif-
ferensp an va of
only five yatds tually. obto
te bkh were ,ol0j
their 10'.
l -&Tor O-f -the Ga*
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want your name m em ad in
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atennis player in Ahe White
ot*9 ts tpMortp could reflect his
U*tP.' This, it may nqt be alto*
Smoe out of. one sport than
re bhs ev'been a tennis played In
rpy. gap*lis Adlai's addition. To
a.W id visits the courts
a '.rpebptable tame." This in itself
Itabilty, ot course, is to be encouraged
r 'When he breaks 90 he's doing
w.i be ble shrewdness In irrarngin
at TOle Augusta National (the
Iftron overt $800 In a foursome,
wr fi won gthe *50 National Amnateuw
nmU1V26ited it to the general after
. 7e age of 47 last summer, Awet
kA.lbr Congress in his native State of
republican, too.

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Warren HIrM th. lait golter we had in the Whiti
House. CalvT Vms w t jportBnmlided at all. Herbert
Hoover was an ardent ermawn F. D. R.'s Incapacitation side'
lined him, otherwise Idlf- surely would have been his participant
sport. In his younger days he played often an& was exception-
ally long off the tee.' I .
Harry Trtuma was not a player and prize fighting is pro-
bably his favorite pott. aybe this expalfi his rough, free
swinginL a style as a tr. Mike Jacobs use to. have a pic-
ture In his otfipe oTD a shaking hands with TpDy Janario
after a fight in TORu). Trs was.obviouwly delighted to
meet the Ohio w el-i. "The pile fighter, thoug,'was less
Truman? Who's he?" Janairo asked back bInthe dressing
room.. . 1 .
But Trun ti t firPr I t, fin prize fighters
exciting. TLe lt T Broab h e& most vigor-
ous of allsT oqrJ it panam and boxed in
the White Hosee c Apddt fdr sparring partners,.
either. Mike D Bis facor, was a middleweight of canm-
plonship tatue., .
BecauseO NE -g that can be pbayea aI any 'agp and is
absorbng v ib bIt- IMt p2Opular with residents
of the W-_ ie are o-14-i0 eu I e Princeton area.
hu charm err U. fItappDkathe professor.
who still rem ~r.yro Witap-Ua *5 %Cf6Z halt mostly 'for
who was 4POw Iy (is this
where you *i a *Am hi betkbt hyl .
am -afd VH. (he
weigedAim f'bi1e.,and
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bently a roup oflEaar mA the ble
k evy C atau the"
the~~hl rVnh a ~d wth
toexpe light
e roam teSbef Te"
rot DOWd Q we
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th-be Utor
beat u~nu"_=' IM Von

Theyinaue4to ibthPresident to throw out 0a ball
o OLnft- j o puIly out'of the'of-
fice for all buds him g
pags, b Ma aB4 ocqamolmtly the
WorldA="Otr No -:ea Ip the role of
relaxed -
This bka the as k goltef and the Gov-
ernor amas :r. 4ei r that' whIre both
wish they ooul beaoW- Id, h9waIN.11 q poor.O they play.
this has at under a Thegeeral
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Johnny Boeati
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one at Rice; 'O
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Bclrne, Detroit;
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as. Bob AaIng
Centlen and 11
&vans, JCLA;
Brown: Joe Oat(
Green. Penn Sta
Holy Croas; Jack

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M'j Bsketball Fixers .Put -One Loop Out Of
Auburn .
.*jw~ 'nt. p t* . . id 0*
dnBus ss, N Threaten Eastern League
..glory al. 1 9 I
Iare el- y AMY GRAYSON Connecticut agreed to fold uialte to -try to fatten Its
A6 nAlaton NA Sports Editor up, and said the circuit couldn't ete using fixers as a lure.
Aaaurun- actionn )der the geogrAphc They do not belong in badket-
t-to i shdowe NEW YTORK, Nov. 4 The t-u ball.
SHarold on younger, men who became In- So ,ainRg put one .latue out Alex GroZa has been holler.
'an for e a-t 8 volved In "-college basketball l Work, the young meza whao ing for another chance. After
State; n The scandfals continue to cause a helped sell out the .. game the ABL conked out, he yelled.
rushed 11 yards war wherrer they go. turned to Presidept.., ItwWd even lobder. Yet when he was
S unery of The LeA, whose attempt to Morgan of the Easter d Lague starring at Kentucky, he was a
for touch- barg Into the. American Bap Is ere a chance they may ringleader in. the business a
wegern and tboa- Leaagit put the 24.-yea- be upted? a n with fixers Nick a
llege ofa a di out business, aS, daul Felinterg and, NattBrefL
Saint Oregon. theitd t et on tf e Easl LEAJS TOIABD PAAM O SA
ati f Maryland bW th last ime 1 SAME OLD STAND
The r ,, ap'ded Aope1r- "I. 't want to cruely any-
isodest par u tIon after.w* members took. a body, Morgan coded .'ach rosa, Beard and White; whob
n o walktlike romfko when they case v be settleW ." Pserved a year in jail, and 8%lve,
I hSn nftd were uefaused. approval to use The -haleton, Pa,, made f jury charge in Ie*
uState o the tudgers. e City had in- it crystal clear na to yor a done nothing to re.
?ton state tod to play x Groza and ward the scandal-tiantj play- a tate themselves. But they
Sun pa Vpr Beard4 tb ex-Kentufc1- eram. have agitatd to get eight back
21 a 4 tans. and phennan Whlte, Lop The -ARL took It#q c roa on the same old stand.
V- =A-Ameri JN In contrast he money
r 6_ .;Bi&-'had Iii n aripttoa liatat* the ir py- mad players found cthi d
Iti ent great, Bm Sp y 't eooln of fa-Ain Layne, te City i of New
Swho's under indiotaqht In co- oace. The NBA Wa the York whi who was inveaved; bas
sectionn wtth the scandals. st prOfetonal group to out. been worIlng with inpowerish.
STh remainting. five 1itlis law t1 msen. ed youngsters since receiving a
mit rn deSart- Wilkes-Barre, Scranton an d The Estem League is a smell, suspended, sentence, He h&as
1 wiSa. I Hazlet6n In Pennsy vania6 Snd cage-wse c iLrc lt t h bit quietly' ah ii nobtruilrety gme
So@ a-jMan oI and B in laagu e ot .f a about his ear
r as White and S V7go about
& lors baskina g u baleagues,
i %n.mT! fa-76am 1 W ilkinsonts bent arethey to plaY again.
-cue and he~ his nQuestionably they should be
nstant threat. willing to accept the NBA's edict
m o S~ik st fefI e d u i n hh rules 'em ott the court
C1 09'pb viresivue ae. ira on for e ^
V\rtainly there should be a
eW Wod- By RAS ATSON place for them in society-but
Wood Yal NEASpo rte dtor not in basketball
Clyd'Bennett, ______________

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At Smashes Nash-Willys in In the individual aver rae,
Cei e iLeague Kegling: Seymour Bill Malee hung to his m
Agenies Defeats PAA Flyers position with 205, tIoughidp
. er * ping 3 points from 203. Ka
W Sears keglers knocked the Colbert, however, with tii. W
spod soff the League-leading lumped into a conummanding. ea
Eah-Willys team Friday night tending position, with 200 a the
at the Diablo Heights bowling head.
aleyu when they set a new sea- The ten leading bowlers ot tIA
son high team series of 3.106. Classic League after the p ;,
wht"h is the second highest Name Team AW
series ever bowled in the Classic Malee Nash
Iague. The record is 3,150. Colbert Sears 0- 0
Led by Billy Coffey. the phe- Balcer Sears 1n. I
nomnal rookie of the year. who Zebrock Sey. Agen. 19346
score4 ndVidual games of 209, Melanson Sears 192-13
B4 and "201 for a 658 series. Cotffey Sears 1U-.4
emare bowled three consecutive Jenner Nash I1T14
gams of over 1,000, the first Sates Seymour 5- 2
ga=i of 1,064 also setting a new Morton PAA 14- 7
seam team high gamn6 record. Borup Seymour 1- 0
second Ame was 1,025 and The scores of the play .w ay
t 1d017. night:
)lns behind Coffey Nash-WUIn
Colbert, recently ac- Marabella 183 179 80
u Bears from the Marga- Saylon 180 173 193 0 6
age,-who bowled Indlvi- Jenner 186 176 193 555
du ato 207, 182 and 267 Best 170 190 192 8
J 4. Bud ,4alcer was Malee 181 223 1
& AlM*^a veo With 197. l!"-- iNi
2 for a 615, followed Totals 880 941 f 2761
Iftkna with 210. 190
6JW~ agle Prexy Bears
M-90 10*4 d upeow with Melanson 111 19 1W i
a 512; j though having a fine 235 Coffey 203 248 201 658
first game. Colbert 207 182 267 656
.The Seymour Agencies team, Norris 235 183 154 572
atrpgthpned, .by the acquisition Balcer 197 216 202., 615
of Lul Zebrock. knocked off the
PAA Flyersa for 4 points in 3 Totals 1864 165 1617 l
wetroh contested games, in
,w-each. game was decided PAA Flyers
1w a final frame. Zates of Sey- Wilber 167 204 224 5
moar-led-the pack with 230, 179 Van Wie 170 174 170 W
awtUA16 for a fine 625. followed Andrews 152 163 199 514
by 2Mbrock with 570 and Jami- Herm nn 193 177 157 .
BOn Uvth 557. Ted Wilber led the Mortc 191 211 155
RAL boys with a 595. followed
by Bill Morton with 567. Totals 173 9Z9 914 171
the team standings after the Seymour Agencies
pl7? Bates 230 179 216 i
Pin Jamison 168 183 211
Team W L Ave. Zeletes 154 171. 179 S04
Nash-Willys 20 12 936 Borup 174 180 207 Ml
Sears 17 15 932 Zebrock 190 223 15 5
Seymour Agen. 14 18 913 -
PAA 13 19 906 Totals 911 946 970 91W



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TWENTY-EIGliTB YEAR. P-AMA, It. F., 7J[1111AIif. N O k C,|953 nit N.

Non-Partisans On econ

The angry 1952 presidential cam- a great many impart ani Observ- re in the Soutl. w th od
paign reached fts bitter end yes- ers regarded the outcome a publican. have nl inc P, om DeWey 05
erday and left the verdict too completely unpredictable.
expected record turnout of some Straw polls both ma victo Repbu- have to. esie rylt, k "
55,000.000 voters In today's alec- lin D t D. ow .
AlthoGh the Democrats anv. d 4( the strh -margin to landfill proporta e Five of t or

The angry 1952 presidential cam- a great many l oers to ti re t he olq tanda
paign reached ss bitter end y ales in either dir u t on. were at publ havenrm t
The top candidAtes list' night 48 ea tin a bare
Indulged in a i Straw poll nburt of of control. Both s
oratory, employing raDio and t- sight n iimu of 230
SArthosgh the Democrats and television on ao bigger scale th .b er e It
ever before, to reach Into Amer- reaped
UIcan homes in an eleventh-hour date% dedilv "pop-
bid for support. r mr aete,o
Republicans hrlvoters timoti p.ib 'didate)r P"I-
Sled 20000 into either deltMl. -eve he areata J laIII
WASHINGTON, Nov. 4 (UP' Stevenson shared the programs There were strong indications campaign to put .Esn~hower on last" LI.
AdlaThe top Sevenson wound up his wih Presiden Trum spak- that other aides, although con- to radio and two jtes laston nit- t,.
Adent, thought Wyaet's estimate a ffrom Bootfca
with a nationwide radio and President ben W ark bit on the side enera and histe. .
television broadorast from Ch- heard from t. Lotorys: and emploen. mmedateng after hs road- en. Richard xn also an- ot.
cag in which beraeh pee also pleaded John J. Spareran, th vc pr- cast Stevenson planed to drive eared on an hl sow on q (U)-
that if elected hvs first order o sidenterbeforetoreachIntoAmer-suburban Lae Forest to four major radlO and TV net- er De niht
public business will be to seek a Stevenson's sif~ least, spend the night at the home of works. tiohalimen as tag t e his
wa out of the "miserable stale- For te record, at than old ied, erman Dunlap Democrats also bot half an this thd
cSmith. hour of hiWh-cost o
ma Decring himself content Wilson Wycatt pthmvston TS morning be drove to HalI ourrradio n o to be eaweres d d fat
outcome of the election, campaign manager, predicted his hr tt-Day. ll., here cast his ballot. hared by Ste
WASHINGTON, Nov. 4 (UP, Stevenson hared the program There were strong a voted at tiyiscan mate ut.r. ,

crtic candidaStensaid: least"p400hesweciotlVoter826,are s Half Day for the palt 10 years a man alongto
"Win or lose, I have told you needed for u sctozrs) d cause h nman' along
elthe truth as I see it. least" 35 state. .: Vice dent, thou Wyatt'semate a works from denying Thean d Vice
cveringwith a nationwide, radio and Presintlben W. tbewarkley. bit on the Barkley.r

"I have sad what I mean, and Wyatt claimed Dmocr tic s Plaines River at Libertyvlle. Added to day-timedCtiO
televin broadcast sro h-ead ov rN Yok llnois: alnd the street to aftddresr his brschool chad- Richard lme a l
cag ie nwhich Ie also pledged John J. Sparkman, the vice pre- cast Stevenson planned to drtveyr t t n h (up)

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Stevenson is expected aeofnd nneworkst tiohllih Mensliionflo6t .t.e of,
most of this evening at the lr eleet air was bli c tb orni cutih 'e dpaign *.
Setvensonxcutive mansion in Springfieodp hos e n oh .o olu
hourmyideosoi.onslfvie tor k.- o)dT .h

sclaringhimselfcontentWilson but headquarters nave beeno r nebth dtbe ot weto.* d
established at the ela.3nd Hotelt i hti p
hesre his camerpaign workers t dabamllpotagt.h a eSv isd
whatever It may be, t1Demo- man ,would winbWTtrkdng "at Stevenson has voted at terlyp1%

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