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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,none of them I ta n. eurly
is morning wheo bat= leded
turned Over tfter being
another Yblele near the
Cumbre beer garden on the
na-Isthmlaa way.
t wu. the o h ay ac-
itt reportedtb the tour-
celebraUdtn f Taxnam's in-
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nama's National
ad toda .thet Imigrat~no Statioo
they have uder ro rot
31. to. attend or a after e ri M
I honor of Mr erv was traibermged
It on her retu ft elth Bureau tothe.'
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bSut .4minutwaVr
F1wfor ami and '.*.
"Civelt. who accepted
l itl her to appear at
lnueon in her honor-
..whle en route to
wdikmo men,- that ber
Au4l0i as U.S. delegate
atlons might pre-
b the offer.
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, With the transfer of the work
tI the. Balboa Cuat-%,i Offbe,
49' matters pertainhsg to he
PiatoB at Cornal willm h-
r the general sMfi of
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anal service is haa
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*as-employd, from July
I until November 1941 as an
tinpeetar I-the B eeutiv Of-
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Manager of AbWOMCI Ar3irt al-
Stheivil -avation liba
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All U.8. unclassified Na.1
employee will receive an aVewft
pay increase of 5 cents a hour
effective Sunday, it was learned
Word of the pay increase,
which will affect refrigerattof
mechanics, carpenters. foremwd
truck drivers, painters and oth
era who do pot come under C*R
Service schedules, was recelvt
.mi the Isthmus by the Nationa
P'ederation of Federal Employe
Vom their Washington office. ,
The NFFE quoted a NaiV
source in Washington.
A spokesman for the Army
their civilian ungraded employ,
as 'well p those of the Air F0
'would probably receive the
hodtrly raises. which will be -
fectVer-Noi.'9, as soon ai the CA.-
nal Zone Armed Forces 80ia
meqt next week.
The Board. which consists _O
ofaoerA rpresentlng each o. ME
* eI-and on0. lialsomal
ft ?nama danal. l' ..
tco-ordinate the. pay
afl'thre services. Their
ap however must be
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Zonians Report


*rotest To Gov.



A U.S. Air Force cargo plane swooped down over .'4
blboa High School building this morning, and I
imssed hitting it, according to five observers who
qlick to protest the near-disaster.
SMrs. Margaret Rennie, head of. the Pacific
.Icil, received frantic calls from Administration
Semployes who reported seeing the plane
0,.r and 9 this morning. ,
There are over 1,000 children attending the I-bAL
High and High School in that building.
nnkdlate protest a c t I on matlon on previous accide nn
S wtoen by the Pacific Civic Coun- will also be presented to- "
-was to send Mrs. Marie Ja- bold tomorrow Mrs. Ra'e
4t, chairman of the commit- said A
which has been working on The council will reque .A
long standing problem of protest be sent through x;
l the landing lanes at channels for action.
dbxd 'Air Forbe Base, to con- ._. ..
t rwlt1h 0U Gov. Harry PaxsonMw 1I ''
l. Jacobs also secured s -
of all Dalboa
wi -am the .A-

di aSuLI s to*
" lJanees '
a will pw over the
blo dump instead of
Ated sections of Bal-
" Igrold infor-

LJ m Iturbi, the celebrated
S ialshb. pianist, harpsichordist,
cqjposer. conductor and Hol-
lywbod film star, is scheduled
to arrive at Tocumen from Los
Angeles tonight for a special en-
gagement tomorrow night at the
Bella Vista Theater.
The' 57-year-old Iturbl. who
has added comoosine to his nu-
merous musical abilities during
the last few years, will Vptsent a
program of music by Bach'. Bee-
theven, Chopin. Albeniz, Grana-
dos and Gershwin.
Tomorrow night's performance
will be his sole Panama City en-
gagement under sponsorship of
Concertos Nuevo Mundo. He will
be a guest at El Panama Hotel
during his brief stay In Panama.
For the past several years,
Iturbl had divided his efforts
equally between piano recitals.
conducting and acting In pic-
tures. He will to on to Bo"th
America on a conceit tour after
his Panama engagement.
The program tomorrow night
includes: Bach's Caprice. Bee-
thoven's Sonata Apaslonta
three Chopin .l em two

e, u o auwa .B m.e -rant
hearings NoV. 17. was sent
Wadsimton office of the
-"an Federation of Oovei
fniotyes by Rufus Lovela

Lovelady, who is th 7i'
Rational vclee-presldent.
-- se neads the Zone' eodenm ,
atked the Washington oi
7 whetherr a legal rere im
EW YORK, Nov. 6 (UP)- oof the union would be sent
--a o mtwa traln coRaided In also
Brooklyn today and 34 persons Meanwhile, no word was reemh y.
wepe Injured Of these, 20 were ed as yet from Governor Je
hobrtalIaed for minor injuries eybold's office regarding th..
"nd shock mannr.r in which the hearing .
are to be held and the labor li
Police eaid the collision oc- d civic round representatives whd
urred shortly after midnight will attend.
w thn the brakes of one of the e ,
subway tajns locked. Repair- Earlier this week the OoveM
men, trying to release the stated he would notify Lovy
brakes of the six-car train, un- as son as th.- decision on i
coupled the last two cars when hearings. which will last
they found them to be In order, one week, are made.
The two cars rolled backward I, was definitely learned t
over'MOO feet Into the first train. toward Munro. legislative repr-
of the car behind. Police said entatUve, who has been in W3te
the Injured persons In the three ihieton for the pasut month, wlI
uncoupled cars of the first car I:rrlve on the Isthmus In time tgr
of the second train. the hearings.

Nobel 'Physics Prize Goes

Jointly To US Atom Experts

STOCRIOLM. Nov. 6 (UP) out of drinking water. It io-
Two United States atom experts, evolved a tube packed with
Prof. Fell, Bloch of Stanford into which a strong solution
University and Prof. Edward separated plant pigments w -
Mills Purb.l of Harvard Univer- poured.
sity, today were Jointlyv awarded The pigments moved down the
the Nobet Prize in physics. columns at different rates, and
The Nobel Prize in chemistry could be collected at the bQttom
went to ,wo British scientists, for analysis.
Dr. Archer John Porter Martin Miny scientists had worked W p
of the N9pknal Institute for Me- so-called partition chromate.
dical Research and Dr. Richard phy. trying out different
Lawrence M0angton Svnre of tons and packing m
the RoweU R search Institute. Martin and Synge hit oW .1
Scotlad idea of using cellulose in .Q4
TM N Prise for literature chromatoeram
went to French novelist Francois Since filter paper Is pure e0
Ma lulose. they tried that and sdI .
Bloh PMd Purcell, doing In- ceeded. ,
dep ddftt' research, almost si- Their method has opened
utta o reached similar fields In chemical aIrevenA.
result. Thr methods of estab- creating simple means of t
hing th properties and be-, Ivzing various substances -.
hav g mtllc nuclei promise: blood hormones and an.
to bntlts get better Literature prisewi ra M -
know d of|a the structure and riac was a wartime ebee.ef
proper of these tiny particle France's anti-Nad U r I ,-
of ma ground. is a mne et l t
mad Brnge won their France's National Awdest .
prilt sW srimpple application and is Fran p's sI thx wi.
of0 a alter paper. new or the NobL tewktAl *
tfUeaser for the Prize. .'
W Research As- He Ls regarded a onte f *.
.Leasd the two de- most distin .
,4e4,ap and impie tives of the tadox
meal aars school of writers. In
u in iry flater paper, a great number of nm.
MIa. mists perfected has written some piyO*
an instrument known number o volufmnof .
as tb Ibuatcgram, invented He Is an edtori ttl
by a W ie tIn 1905. the cooseate Paris utI
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n 49 MAniON Avg NEW VOK 17th N Y Com m ent
P MONT IN 8DVANCE- 70 S 2 .0
*0W-1 MONTHS IN ADVANCE s 80 13 00
pok a ON r *N ADVANCE1 _____ ._ sono_ 0o Bv Victor Riesel
UR FORUM THE READERS SWN COLUMN It came late from Gen. Elsen.
lower's Washington headquar
SAhelpful n the 1956 election.
11 ll I UE 0 a But It came -in tough, bluni
e P terms-a master strategy to "ac.
The Mail Box is on open forum fo readers of The Panama Amer- complish the alienation of laDoo
klek Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confi- rom the Democratic Party," a
iesitiol manner, blue-print for action to leave th
II you contribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appeal the Democrats with the older, pow.
* Letters are published n the order received. erjul national labor chiefs and
Please try to keep the letters limited to one oagm length. woo the younger, upcoming un-
Identity of letter writers s held in strictest confidence. ion men into the OOP.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility fto statements as opinions Devised for he Republican
expressed in letters from readers National Committee by an pn.
o known named John Lannin,
"JOIN UIP FOR 20, BUD!" i the strategem is the brightest
Offensive for bor votes ever
r R planned by the GOP.
Dear Rugged In a document prepared for the
If you feel we GI'S (PX COMMANDOSi have such a good national Republican leadersdur
deal, we're wondering why you don't enlist and get in on the ng the last days of that ee-
soft life. The Army welcomes people with your attitude and igence during the last election in
ruggedness. rIlinoce ris Kansas, Kentucky, In-
First let us state that the majority of us are not here by dianaoand Missouri proved that
choice, and are deprived of the privilege of leaving at will. Wediaa younger l abor leaders are
are serving a purpose. However, w we do it with a feeling of e younger labor leaders are
banxiously awaiting the Repub-
benevolence. lican invitation and In these
Now if you ar unhappy and find life in Panama so de- an invitation anred to risk dithese-
pressing, just remember that boats leave quite frequently for pleasure of the older bosses."
the states and passengers are their business. Maybe if you de- Ooviously. Lannin is operating
cided to do that, we would not be elbowed out of the PX, swim- with the knowledge that most of
ming pool, golf course, etc., by civilians who use these Army today's famous labor leaders are
facilities far more extensively than the military personnel. m their late sixties, seventies and
As to the rest camp you spoke of, let us further state that even eighties. In the next four
we are not the only persons who would benefit by it. Organ- years. they must retire.
Izations such as the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Civic Clubs and t Lannin. in effect, told the El-
yes, even you poor rugged civilians would get to use it. After senhower policy makers-and the
all, this is the only Army area we recall that does not alrea'.l permanent cadres at GOP head-
have a rest camp. quarters -that the time is now
All we can say is "Join Up for 20 Bud." qt woo the younger men. Here's
A "PX Commando." % hy, in the words of the hitherto
unpublished document:
"Younger leaders, on the aver-
TO AVOID ACCIDENTS "STOP LOOK DO age 30 to 50 years oldthe aver
SOMETHING" **I Almost without exception
Sthev have cut out and organized
Everyone can note the appalling amount of accidents in-,their own districts during the
evolving employes oi the TC motor pool at Corozal. i at 10 years.
This is the effect of low morale and dissension right down 21 They must constantly con-
the.line. The cause: Reign of terror by the Supervisors and his. t'cL the members and know their
hand-picked disciples. thoughtss to be able to lead them
No amount of safety lectures will remedy this for the an I have their support at elec-
employes are working under high tension. This is obstructing tons.
the smooth operation of the Government's activities. Won't the -"3) Daily they render various
officials in charge open their eyes and do something about it? services to members in trouble.
,--I. f they won't, I guess that 0-2 will. "41 They actually control jobs
S- Hawkeye. and in a real sense thlev build
he!r own strength on this na-1
SONE Fronoe which can be turned in-
ONE FOR T~HE INSPECTORS to political strength.
S"5i To these men politics is a
S "Suspicious" writes in a recent Mail Box about the Commis- ,365 day a year business and
sary "gyp" on canned milk prices, which writeup makes me sus- their very existence depends on
< picious on other price cuts. their ability. They are a source
C For many months. when gasoline was selling for 19 cents at of the best trained political ta-
the Balboa station, I used exactly $2.00 worth per week and the lent in the country.
quantity never varied Now when gas is cut to 17 cents I find '6, These men are ambitious
thr I still use $2.00 per week and am positive that I drive aF-rl in the habit of taking a risk
sli"'.' less than I did before and am sure that the car Is in for advancement. But they are
the s:me condition. I fact men and It will- require a
concrete proposal to move them
Couldn't be, or could it, that a gallon now measures only intn action."
i32 quarts in certain places??? Thbs analvaysis honestlyy reflects
quarts places??- Gassea. the difficulties in winning over
even the young. laborites.
Planning reoo'ntises that. "To
Cinema Answer to Previous Puzzle date the Republican Pprty has
Cinema W Si 3 P N not mariA a bid or place for labor
S________ support."
HORIZONTAL VERTICAL A 1' I N AL IBut he asserts that the
C str 1Alg uao T5 Y1 ayounue," men "feel bitter about
I I Cinema star 1 Algonquian HI:.P 0the old bosses' holding aU of
-Indian HA V NA ,-r tsINtLe and union spoils
Laughton 2 Poultry M E L11T 7U A for inemselves, families and
I He Is an 3 Pewter coins 0fS 1.- fr.cnus." This, he says, Is the
accomplished of Thailand A ss o ol'Aer man's weakness. Here's
-- l 4 Railroad I hr aw he view the upper eebe-
13 Bulecall engineer (ab.) i Ion labor chiefs:
14 Oriental 5 Glasses | "-1) They have money of their
gateway 6 Consumed own and a large union treasury
15 Agreement 7 Pace 25 Toward the 41 Slow (music) at their disposal.
Aggems 8 Coral islands sheltered side42 Youths "2) They have had broad ex-
17 Worm 9 Policeman 26 Scottish girl 43 Great Lake perlence and control thr news.
18 Division of (slang) 27 Lampreys 44 Former papers and other. methods of get-
the calyx 10 Malayan 28 Nostril Russian ruler vn to the members. .
S20 Comps tin coins 29 Clothed 46 Fewer) They have concentrated
point 11 Lubricants 30 Shade trees 47 Branch their efforts in large cities but
21 Indite 12 Get up 32 Badgerlike (comb. form) left to the younger men the or-
22 Aling 19 Bridal path mammal 48 Arrow poison ganstr of the asmalt cities
24 Bargain 21 Irritate 38 Checked 49 Augments rr areas reoed fro
events Size of paper 39 Greter in l Individual theme and rely o ahier-
I7 Principle 24 Grit size *3 Pillar achy of not too Lompetent a-
181 Exclamation gens.
of sorrow 8 0 11 "5) Most of their active fight
S lUnit of ac la past and they are interested
Reluctance n holding on to their p r, e-
3 High in -- foying it "and setting their fam-
stature I Ilies and friendsin International
84 Bird's home (union) jobs."
' M Malt drink Bt, t a t e the document,
B s-- -there are 1l1Uite U win"
streetcar ul... OVe r <>a n be-o
8 7Arid regions z 5 6 a us e "T D 7 -r *ty
3 English city 30 h for bn stndy-
40Scottish st r 'r,-.. nrI' lair, wo4-i& Mt-ljrlh .
sheefptold ero ,. br support. b iommIpi the
- 41ibon a alienatlen -f l fr the
S42 Permit -- "Democratle Party wil take
M; lkesS r ': aIs I much effort. all the time we
47 Narrow inlet e.a_ eu and we nte b e to prove
:5 MalScious Sn ou els t rit an en."
4? bhmiusnn ; l --To get this sincerity in action,
He was born T1 5 7 .4 Lannin recommend that an Of-
in flee of Director of Labor of the
-4 -.-... 5o s Republican National Committee
1. 4 i -- t be established.
,ap o ll to -- He reports that the younger
Emitted vapor ETlabor leaders wa dt to, should,
Saor2ed "sht In on ptron Islons-
they wUill care Ut ecept as It
affees labor pr "
Lannin, who et n the union
Labor for et$ n
Club. wants t S
Y W s bor Counrcile a
OU W th / 1 to the Repubaij n-
He wants as tifr
'Renublican pooiet r polcy,
How long did it take l* and a labor inO t center
(or OOP esnatera -
yeu to court your wife? or tatves. e ad ,
; l Athis should be .pjfflWpar-

-- l-iey from new on tt in*
Wa's the same with advertising ne to laborIn
* may come the "breakd0Wh
GO CARn'l win customers wi the reserve felt between DWab-
S!lercn pplItical and labor tead-
a*r you'vee ot to "r.' ers."
Ism" over a period of lime. Fine si
HIlno. S OR 0Pi. -ed1
SReee, 70 fined uet "fltf or
ten dalars an. d in r4gs
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Inflation At Sea

By Peter Edson

WASHINGTON-(NEA) -If ever there was a President Line' flag. The Keystone
perfect example of how inflation increases the ond of the class, was built by Sun
cost of government operation,. or gives fte tax- and Dry Dock Co.. at Chester, Pa,, a
payers less for their money, it is provide by the MST8 service jby the Waterman Ste
Federal Maritime Board's. program to buud a In all, sevel ,pshp lng ompln
modern U. S. fleet of high*apeed, "Marnet"-clas, five oMriners apiee. Other bult
dry cargo ships for national defense. Bthl e da at arow .,
The Mariner ship was designed in 19540to re- Shipbuldt Corp.t t
place the Liberty and Victory ships of,Wor War S ldi Pa a,
II. These 10- and 15-knot sea-going worR hre Be last
of the last war are now 10 years In other of w e e
10 years they will be obsolete. .,, l .. ._0 a -.
To taoe thqir places. T1
Cochtane, then chairman of the
put forward at the start of tb e
plan to build the world's toit n d3 h PT t of dt.'
fleet. 4X o W
Congress went along on the Idea ankd ih 'Jn- n i than
uary, 1951, appropriated '350 mUuoe for eota- t shi
struction. For that money, Admiral Cohne 'Mhaor not rmal e
thought he could get 50 ships, at $7 Milton Bult In e erny they wi.y e0
apiece. alone al oflt cony
That was at 1950 prices, and before Inflation submarln. menace. The
raised its ugly head to spoil the picture. Today to a=06mtodate the lIt p
the best estate is that the government will get marine sa, 4anti-aircraft
only 16 of the new Mariners for Its moIey T b 'The ship are 560 feet lIoug. t
cost per ship will have risen from 7f milin -beam and Just under 30-foot draft
apiece to nearly $10 million apiece by the time screw, 22r.fot propeller is driven
the last ship is completed, sometime 1 194. horsepoWer. turbine.
The average contract price for the first 25 ships
was $8.5 mllon. Rising costs will have robbed Eventually it is planned .to sell E
the taxpayers of from 10 to 15 ships. in other class vesuels-. private U. 8, sippli
words. In addt.n Watorma, U.
The third of the new ships, the Old Colony lines, P e Par East. Par
Mariner, arrived in New York Oct. 30, aftrhr ping,' L O.. and States MOa
trial run. She was built by Bethlehem St ) Co. already rt d assignments to
at its Quincy, Mass., yards., .. While. t aare still
operator 'would all be
She is being chartered to U. S. ag The problem of thei
for the government's Military Sea Transporta- -owev fire .#ie ot
tion Servcie. She will begin loading cargo Im- L.'der U.' e s mu
mediately for delivery of military supples to U. pe 'tive ly .in S S elyarc
S. forces overseas, and to foreign governInits Er' ea el
receiving U. 8. aid. at 5 r of coua'"
First of the new-class ships, the Old Do inIon were. ao O t t 8s per e 4
Mariner, was built by Newport News 1 ilpblUd-. npred fr deterin
ing and Dry Dock Co.. at Newport News, a., and MaU ie-_h.P, nor whe ,tl
is now in servloe for MSTB under the American wi be. the Intl

Navy. Botbe


News of how the Navy blocked its own c ae Is that by Its ici
missiles ,program during World War,. V lIXt VVted tnIed t. our at
amazing reading. O i mlelm ow
A few more boners as big as the one the.Wl fMte t
pulled and we might have come out of tOe wi 8 2 r "6
losers instead of winners. -twor v tU aC 1
Douglas Larsen, NSA Washington rr A th ease
dent, reports the background of tB1 i0ten. 0 ell, w1
following recent disclosure by the f for ihsl
Is using guided missiles in the K.or .
According to Larsen. the Navy J
slles program shortly before the
War II. And this happened afteel'f t .
to have been a conclusive teat, Smith.
brass In the Pacific, of the weas *J
Stranger still is the fact tat.a
King tossed out the missiles Drotr
commendation of, a report fro
staff that was written two mestWe
east took place. In fact. Lsren ia
miral King apparently never did se
on the test, which were favorable.
That the program did not die
Ing World War II was no credit to
Capt. Robert F. Jones, one of thM
the Navy program. took the idea
aI L when ha learned t
it. The Marines used it
soappa not on a lare s l .. ".o
When the Korean war
Jone, now planning officer far
ed utisall program, helped re"
1r tbi Navy.T .
The Teal tragedy of the

or, sec-
now. -A

rati s on as quuocatuNapasage1s. u -.
TW tult wa0 testedIn e Courts, tad the AMwo
in the eIaw our, the rung was t .,' l ,M
on a teah. alit.. ': ,
The whole matter wil doubtlet dola the -u
gain, at whieb the some NA m isa're foafl' that lath
rent political activity will ta*M.troubla.. -. .t -
Only a few tndeMr-knha* howd McCat
scraped the political barrel for aa% t GO
ernor Stevenson. ..
Inside story Is that Mbe s a)i 9s
remo tr n te v tra li Btaen'rint
were kept busy rum tIgh p
records. cr tracking dowUp
In the end they came ig p
ed to concetitrate higt att on
Stevenson himself, -,
The Wisconsin senator gQt tinst of e fi old
America Pirst members, who tried tkleppP t'f war
with Germany.
Serca mrst e chief t l hi
brtwe- ot. mn .his
MoOarthy. in turn,' submitted the first draft ofttitol 4h to
the. First Broup. However, e-wor .Onjt
o n outfit .Smttht aA a 7vae y 1 the taid
before it wea. relf tro Jtthpie u .0.
oIogo 'tlunes. The nx 'ft tey at 2:38 .
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.. t Written for NEA Service The Army disclosed today that I
.;? ______________._______ __ ______________ *between 22.000 and 30,000 men i
T ... .,"are being '-brought home from
S1 the Far East every month de-
*aSHINGTON, Nov. 6 (UP) Po tresie it Trnman noRH spite reports that lack of re-
| p ta to .^pport ,wight, D.p. enhower's pne Redpb-a *^^* .BH' 4acementa has stalled the rota-
h c *,nt io oryinw. ,r. AK74 pe A spokesman told the United
lAK ft4lo0 yestoray .an d ked .President- Press there is no bottleneck In
el| a extraordina p Whitp ooe o setinrng to de- ,4KS2 ( the rotation program except for
state Aw eric unity n to thenire whworld. I WEST EAST (D) a 'very small" number of key
MR15 Tr an, tll oe thoes fon fore mored years o6 K 10 7 6.5 3 2 6 8 personnel for whom specialized
SiMr.t Trpar n, wh1ot hopes-ft fore afi re years of VAJ VJ 2 replacements are difficult to ob-
DeimQcratit'" natibtl rule wereburied under .the Eisen- #is 5 ta
hower landslide, alsosaid in a special pQst.r'ectiojn state- J SOUTH these menin re retained for re A OU -
ment nat he c-perdite with the new Presidet in AQ latively short per ds beyond
prel ing the fiscal 1953 budget and other "extremely 96543 normal rotation daotse. n
[.i'. .. Q 0 1008 Those being brought home in-
df,4it pro 4Q5le fo elude men whio have completed A ForkandspooninHo
dei spommttees. d te hey wt hei required operos ofma dere A Fork and spoon in Holmes & Edwards Silverplati
H4e placed, particulor empnasil on the need ror aNo-Sou their required periods of service
S e d icu l ha orn t e for n and are eligible for release and is the ideal gift ul too or the young
co-ordinateddOrtgil light of present tense world aG t Deuble Nr those who are being given to 30 i.... eeful to o .i o o
Pass" 1p 4 Double days home leave under the ro-
codiions .4 N.'. Pass u N.T. action point system. .. eowwho w soon
He. said 'his' proposed White House meeting with M ad G needs 36 points based on beeedigimsel. .
Eisenhower wourlo make "plain to the whole world that Opening ld--4 J combat duactivity or 38rotation.e Youth pattern
our people are uniftd in the struggle for freedom and cwa= a c t- s ok ac iity iw fou r rotati mon. He i th
peacfor combat, three points for be;- SO just e ont.
peace South didn't know what to bid Ing in a forwardarea, two points
over two clubs. He had a good for service elsewhere in Korea
It appeared lkelytat W en otf the foreign affairs problems hand opposite a takeout double, and one point a month for ser--. .. e
hwer would take advantage of 'may determine whether we aball but he didn't want- t make a vice in Japan. "* ***
Mr. Truman'S offer. he a third world war-and, In free bid in hearts t such a The 22,000 to 30,000 being- ......... Wi10
Even asMr. Truman issued the dped,whether we shall survive as worthless four-card holding in brought home monthly do no "
invitation. Sen. Alexander Wifey free and democratic nation." that suit, and he hated to bid cover other services which have
(R-WIS.) was proposlpg such a Mr. Truman said there is -"-o no-trump without a club stop- rotation programs of their own.
re-inalhug uralon mee tnr qui emk and esy" solution to the per. He finally took a chance on Although there has been no
Wiley, who could be the next robIems that will face sen- t~wo nohti'umpq yway, and North decrease in the number of per-
-aitraman of the Senate Foreign bower. p f happily raised to game. sonnel being rotated monthly.
Pel tons Committee, said the "They will require sacriflep an Army spokesman decided
two men -should discuss policy and hard work on our part for When thdunny came down comments on the outlook for ear
on beor e United N- years to come," Mr, Trumap South felt unhappy at einf in ly months of 1953. But other 17 e s l r t 137
ions thos aite of prime import- sao We must supmrteau no-trump in tead of in atr sources indicated the schedule ,
ance to theKr government in the measureS. hearts. This shows how hard it is probably would be fairly well
te that are nenesst y to protest '" to know when you're well off, for maintained through a stepped
The State and Defense ie- our freedom and aleve pe. 6 BIRDS-Rhoda tht the M. South made three no-trump and up draft program. .
p1?sd p yd the statement at jtk Fa.. are fA b.. ...... .
partanents had s4d previouslY He issd the statement at a Fla. are fine ab T Macaws, me would not have made four Draft calls for October, No.
they.q 1 'lcOmO a 11a,101 special "no questions &%XO(1 If the Rhdbtay,
th. welcome a pelal "no questions asd of aly, haven't said a word about Rhoda but s g hearts. Westvember and December were 47,-
ma s e kit new ren tan meeting with re portersal follo e' aroundthey'l always come tdne to roos Macaw
eto sit-oi"n Mitereae vo rmart blnds. Theth first trick wasa I bit un- spokesnian said it will be about P ilip -.
Ing "Nesttee: .alutary an ssouri "where he cast his ballot usual, for declarer plikyed a low the same lor next January, 'but alering il,
.forig.A 0 for Stevenson. club from each hand. West was a he would not speculate beyond'
This wId the Republi- He was accompanied by ble et' little surprised to win the first that time.
an s-pAr of ee-task n SuOaaests ,lu on trick with his jack, but he con- .Plitp's life Is filled with braise
up on World affa~UMp they The President previously had --g e.'- t ued with a low club. and this Long A Commuter p Neg-worn steps and rap he auses,
take over Jab. 20- aid also make offered Eisenhower the use of his time East won with the ate, The BOSTON (UPi For nearly
sure thev .have the bac round personal Diane, The Indepan- club suit was now dead, sir.- 55 years, Arthur R. Caster, 73, Repairs would leave his home ike new.
at hand if any crish ho i arse ence, for the retired general's Of POW Problem To UN the East hand had no side entry. has been a daily commuter on
immediately. p projected flight to Kores to make '" a the Boston & Maine railroad be- P. A. Classifieds. feeust the right lue
Mr Truma said he aceped a at-hand study of conditions East returned a spade, and tween his Woburn home and
TuesdaY's election results sq "re- there in an effort to speei a UNI~ED NATIO1S. N.Y., Nov. normal edtrein.all conflicts South let West win with the his Boston office.
presenting the will of the people" truce. 0 (UP)-Mexlco has submitted a rut that aL 06e0tion might be king. Now declared could easily
.although be fought harder for In his statement, Mr. Truman foriial proposal to tale United taken be of the "unusual develop the hearts, giving up a
the election of Democrat Adlai E. said he is ready "to do al1 that Nations that Korean war prison- sarrcumsta ceV." .f the U.N. po- trick to the ace of that, suit. The
Steven is than he did for his Iles Within my power to facilitat ers refusing to retuum hone be lice actioUbnr.o rest.of the tricks wereeasily his,
own election in 198. the orderly transfer" of govern- res In U.N. member cotm- Britle :Z Secretary An- It, wasn't hard to make three
'ApdfI I shall lve support to merit busiles to the new admin- ti to acepf then, th.ny dern ,slated to arriv no-trump, as long as South did Y d-
ed." Mr. Truman said. "I ask all Tan, 20. to have t th U.N. See- eign Milater obert Schuma I Bo'uth had wp the first club
tth, T'hoewuln r eu-t asunert hiere- Ii.'e oth t ao win the first club trick

Io b t-ato rl J th6 Js those of^fc mp wi te a ld ostbIe
He nose Va A era s p ana, i oder ta on t eth e e toHe ahiaet me lut ans ll ha
tn~hulcide 311e soluti asked to e th r.,o delegate 10 W pawo r -foreign h e COLUM BIAI oECORDS

We u razocrit ee, tfor 00ddm toe 118se.t ale asked 4nd. b foor ed possibe e- uess thi opens *
r wi h m r r 24L Uvaresveent 11's Rubbe forPsr bles .
o r r esbz ti d etomt woImh is st i tmeeti re er- t his hand -wa played in

of*8 ad~yyfrid p abroke into t t-cn j lH Th Mexco resf 3.-h proe fa the national tofri in t
h" "droa e sat be U titne oL.P. 7f el a fALBUMS
toh- 8i bthe 0l vg uo leetto fhur hearts and were _,e __ a. S e s_ 78 P W e ou e th 'deeaed DISCOUNTSWe t
ho et Wi ll be.4alon la cc-op- Porea ep g ma4 b Wte winned Me hano
N ewM Boks Is or ewu. .' which rode toTtheeOVuEeB.
th .. .oet -hothe fdsrt roundwt
S..n en Ae-n.. ts n.o 1% that o'f trumps with tihe ace, led an-e
.dor r ) or he e tansres ratl Ole, dfo.e mthst be aedowem ruff South and we toird rounl oHos-
thedB MoR' e m e Ia w.ithIOth0ld e ostsy in,.KColP.tern- erb.. The king of spades even-
in Cupuizr. t roat at aen. e ear Mb Febls
.. L o bur- our n at" e to dc ha eto orptuauly won the setting trick.
LAu TC GLAtMOt to discuss nn a s, Ile Plesiic Rubber calls
these problems. In order that it m''er"f e o.has the now. ... ...
neull. 59, 4oefollow his %hird wift r b p 'tor.endorsemntmtof. the principle Sometimes North played the CASH SALES ONLY
inth rugle fhat ort -an freedom i thc1ecl p. wato Ipe. )tfe IM0 4 abplq to the -Reds to better success. East's openi.
witeWhth s-on 4p rce o, any on galgol oo prino nIo
transient hotel. Eienhower will face major d- till. nsrn that mi o em tru on taseferms. ai was his singleton spade,
coroner's report placed the cisIons on Important domestic is- oner will not habav to return to geiwsorer isuend by Sothae f st r tudo
time of dftth as Sun4da iitgst sues almost 6-e00oo e as he enters Red hands. The t ris &sue and on the first roundof C Y R N
although VenuilS sllde'bodY the White H by I handnesia delegatev t I cals'for creation of'a new vitrm, cashed th king of1 AE
was 0 boO 4in the bath retub eas s e u t~d, tusndN. Palar wasdgenerallyMwe|- U.N. ommisilm to t~ke imme- spades, ahd led a third spade. 16 TIVOLI AVE.
ull o t -edW whe un-.' tore ign e tro levelstn teanted bby U.N. diP1USt3, d .. .t*ipa t. settle the Korean This time it was East who could (Ti
hit and 1oUe b i dying Ideas that dmonold-tOOk the setting trick.
the 'irmlnts" across the 4lleY a o. Mtble interest whi0R, putf ..Dut a man Hurt
from it, I.atare wtatar. fte' ward last .
Of danedy a P Pahes I; 'pw-hs-1. 'ss
at' lht razor laY-.4 tbs. bat-t "m '/Y hm e wt l
hall that hung Over the '4Re0' 'The W2t ur, h '. bimmn was IWn Oor-
of Iht ,pef w principle, t hat n. .,! T .- lt..0day with a'broken
11" b nIe 4 retned by forC4A'' -eB.6s; debp out over his eye
th l %;. fM "to u.a bners tin eaar.ult of an accident aboard re
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French "Atar" jet engines, the "Vulture," above, is the latest thing
in French jet plane design. The two-place, swept-wing interceptor
is expected to reach supersonic speeds, and no details of its per-
formance are yet available. This is the first official photo of
the new craft.

(A Limited Number of PauMen1er Berths)

ro E.UROPtE:
S S. Bernieres ...................................... November'11
S.S. Pont Leveque ................................ November 13
M.S. Wyoming .............................. ..... November 21
S.S. Liberte ........................................ November 21
S.S. De Grasse .................................. November 29
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Plans Armistice Jewish Book Month HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Ex- the auctioneer'shammer, but Ja-
An tl \*./ r ..- ilusively Yours: Deported gang- net Gaynor refuses to sell the
Day Observance With Exhibition ster Charles "Lucky" Luciano million-dollar label of her ailing
wants to yell "I was fri and husband.
Reginald Callender, director of Thi USO-JWB Armed Forces whitewash hlm ilf lia fllm bio-
the Womens Auxiliary of Local Servce Center, will present arah which hes g to n- Rosemary Clooney will warle
900 GCEOC-CIO. announced to- collection of Jewish books, cere-ance to the tune of $500,000. a new Evans-Livingston song,
day that the Auxiliary will pro- monial objects and prints at the But It's a potato too hot for "AliBaba, Be My Baby," in "Here
mot,' its first public entertain- .1llery, to commemorate the Hollywood to handle and has Come the Girls." And at one
nent, to be presented at the La tenth annual celebration of Jew- been turned down by every stu- spot she bellows, "Come on-a-my
Boca ball park next Tuesday af- ish book month. -dlo in town. The mobster's late horse.
ternoon at 2:30 in observance of This is under the auspices of offer was mad*e-to independent
Armistice Day. he Jewish Book Council of Amer- producer Phn Tucker, who an- I wonder if Harry S. will be
''he program will feature, a- iica and sponsored by the Nation- nounced plans for the film and writing Henny Ypungman a cgtis-
loi;. with the ofice-s of tl-, ;ux- !.-Il Jewish Welfare Board. then bowed out, tic letter, too. Henny told Mike
ll i. .Mrs. B. M. Thor'wour asj Art work for the exhibit was I. "I thought maybe I could film Connolly: "Margaret Truman is
gu, speaker and several other done by A.G.A.N. Harvey Vic- it my way," Tucker told me, "and the only singer I know who can
persons well known in the field tor. Weather Unit, 15th Naval tell the truth..But.Luciano in- -hange keys in the middle of a
of local entertainment. District and Pvt. Barry Shadorf, sisted on showing that he was note."
A large nu -tnbr of delegations Headquarters Company. 33rd In- framed and this I couldn't do.
repwrepeting several femi n e fantry, Fort Kobbe. Paramount will follow through
v l is expected to attend. The gallery Is open from 9 am The Frank Sinatra-Ava Gard- in building Gene Barry, such a
dnnino at 10 a.m.. the pro- to 10 p.m. daily. The exhibition ner divorce wiproviebig head- click In "Atomic City," to star-
gMW'xwill include sports events. '- ill remain until Nov. 16. lines if Ava insists on a property dom. He draws the George Raft
..- Iettlement and alimony. The role in "Alaska Peas," the new
owed Judge Edward headlines Will come from Frankle. version of "Spawn of the North."
I. owed $925,940. Judge Edward Incidentally, the reason Sinatra.
-ottling Company Weinfeld appointed a. lawyer to complete with falso nope, played HEAVY ROBINSON HELD LINE
--- defend him. the part of Jimmy Durante on Edward G. Robinson, as pre-
Man TO rBe Tried rq Mr. D'9 last TV show was a pub- dicted here. has won his fight to
lie-reaction test to Frankie im- hold his place in the movie in-
On TOX Charge personatitg Jimmv in "The Du- n'ustry. He plays Tony Curtis' fa-
T C" h r N. -UP rante Story." It's Frankle's cur- their in "Drifting" at U-I.
NEV CRK Nov. 6 (UP~) rent career goaL
Th Ic--l bottlinc compai v- British medics have warned
eTh xe ltve chabottlinth cvadin Charles Farrell and Gal, Storm Errol Flynn to give up the death-
eily $1.000,oo0 in inco taxes, i Just cut an audition platter of defylng.leaps and climbs because
wai set today for Nov. 12 x TV's "My Little Margie" as a ra- of him Ared spine. During the
Francis X. Gomila, 45. of'New S di shoW for TV-less citles.... brodfctloA of "The Master bf
Orleans and New York, allegedly Sexy Rita G3am still hasn't re- Ballantrae," Flynn had to have
paid only $500 In taxes for the ported to MGM to start her novocaine injections in his back
years 1945 and 1946 when he much-ballyhooed contract. Now to alleviate the pain... .Hurray
it's agreed .sh can remaining New fotar Maria Riva, daughter of Mar-
York with hpr hubbv until the lene Dietrich. She turned down
"2000 studio has a definite role for her. a movie offer sayin., "The role Is
200|spotess rons- i cheap imitation of my mother."
Sensible^ rafts Idu& a ONE THING AND ANOTHER Maria wants no part of cashing
I ^Sensibhl rts inludeh ria The Bob Bavage who's trying to in on mama's stardom.
Soms wrieth Televcilon Ilnk himself with Rita Hayworth
HMany rooTCs wih.Televii$on is Gail Robbins' co-star in a tele- Tom Conway. heading for Eng-
THEY i film series about to hit the home land to star- in ','Norman Con-
a Vg T \ \ channels.. Hedv Lamarr is re- auest" after comp'ettnr his role
DINT turning movie scripts and Aavlng in "T'zanz and the She-Devil,"
S_ 1RV E ,that she 'is absolutely, positive- ,uiuoed:
V^' E ly. deTlnitelv through with acting "If yeo should mention me In
O -an old refrain for Hedy.... Ida vour column. I hone you will not
7th AV NEW YORK Lupino is Hollywood's latest ane- refer to myv elationship to'my
at 5 Sth N EW O mia victim and has been taking brother, George Sanders. as I do
ON TIMES SQUARE AT RAI 1 CITY ahota to bring her red corpuscle not like to trade. on his name.
S' IA l,,* .,,.,.i9,,,1 n,,.. ,ir count up to snuff.... All the However, I would be hannv if you
-- dressmakino equipment of famed should Aay that T am related by
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made a brief official msit wto
Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Whitlide Honors Visitor
Mrs. John W. Wofford of Mil-
terd, K asu, who has been visit-
ing. with -her. on-in-law and
dauhxtex, Loeuant and Mrs..
Pa0 Iegmur of& Fort .Kobbe,
wafs 2e guetq. )onor'at a tea
glvene'tw by s. Lester J.
Oak, wlfe.eof1tje Command-
W .Oenedr4l, United States
Caibbean. at Quarters 42 at
Fort Amidor.
Captain mAnf Mrs.
Wqt Entertain
-aln Marvin J. West, U.
S, N MKrine Director of the
Pap nx Canal, aqd Mrs. West
were- to a Sroup of their
friends at a buffet supper given
Tuesday evening at their home,
on Balboa Heights.

Viattors Honored
At Coektall 'Party
Thb United States Vice-Con-
suJkl Bq.So.ulo, Brazil. and
M t Aton. own." wnho have
ate hse-guests. ot sev-
eri[ of. o -Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
W..- atsn, Jr., were honored
ret 4tly at a cocktail .arty
g n by Dr.: and Mrs, Gilberto
A fr 'at heir home on Golf
Aloioaored' on this occasion
UejeAp ,: aia-M1W. JAlme de la
Guardls. ;r, wbo plan to leave
the Xliua soon for ,a vaea-
tiori'to the i ted States.
Va.,tieoin rRet tra Tosto u
M. alid Mrs. grO@Rtt
of 'La Venta, relued 1 he
Iitilnus recently from. a Vaca-
tion lip of several months -pent
with relatives in Denmark: and
with .their / son-in-law a n d
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Hazelhurst, in New Jersey.

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Jose Iturbl To They At
Bella Vista Theater
Jos6 Iturbi Is scheduled to ap-
pear tomorrow at 9:00 p. m. at
1 -he Ba Vista Theater -under!
,ei Bnarihb oTi Concierto
Oevo 40h. Tickets are on
tale at El Siglo Store, Bazaar In-
terhational, and the Panama
National Conservatory. of Music.
kDIRee Tomorrow Night
en Club
.* e will be dancing tomor-
Snigt at ttfr American
ton Club the ortAmador

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u. IAde Ild at Yort Dals the
A .Friday In Decenber. All
er Onicere -Wives of the
Aa n Ivy, Marinesi Air Force
or Panima Canal are mvited.
American Guild Of Organists
20 Meet Saturday
The November Meeting of the
Isthmian Branch 1, of the
American Guild of Organists
will be held on Saturday at
1:30 p. m. il the library of the
Jewian Welfare Board.
A paper "The Eternal Trian-
gle" oy Reverend Edward M.
West, D. D.. Canon of the
Cathedral of St. John the Divine
in New York. will be used lor
the basis of aiscusslon.
Lionel Vasse Addresses
Rotary Club'
The Ambassador of France to
Panama, Lionel Vasse, was the
guest speaker of. the Panama
tary Club today at their re-
gular weekly luncheon meeting
at the Hotel El Pania,.
Rebekah Club Meets Friday.
The Rebekah Club will meet
on Friday at 7:30 p. m. at the
Wirz Memorial Home on Balboa
Road. Mrs. Vera Bolek will pre-
sideL All members and their
guests are invited to the Club
meeting and the Social Iur
which follows.
Morning Guild Will
Meet Tomorrow
The Morning Guild bf the
Cathedral bf St. Luke wl meet
tomorrow at 9:30 a. m.,at the
home of Mrs. Raymond T. Fer-
Miss Vivian Witter, who re-
cently returned from the Gen-
eral Convention will speak on
"Women's Auxiliary."
All women of the parish and
other friends invited.

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-s a"t the Hotel El Panama, The
Ctail Zone Fire Dep t
'nas minvied tne winning i
of the Armed Forces Oompl$-
e Dril1 to be their guestg r
t evening. Team me aWs
aite Bergeans Ralph Pondeir5 '
&0831t Harry Muiord, CormWa1
Charles Alexy, Corporal tIlber
Langhenham, Pfc. James Rou-
lette and Pft. Charles oert.
Committee Thank Pa'tbc
The Nuestra before Commint-
tee of the Inter-American Wo-
men's Club wishes -to thank all
those who contributed in any
way to the success of the movie
given recently at the new DrIve-
in Theater lor the benefit of the
Asilo de Nuestra BSefora.
Unclaimed door prizes may be
obtained by telephoning Mrs.
Robert ,R. McGrath 28-3-1937.
Included are number 303, first
prize, a large hamlper of assort-
ed wines and liquors donated
by National Ditilders; number
703, third prize, a ten dollar gilt
certificate from the American
Basaar; number 777, filth prize.
an electric pop corn popper
donated by trestone, number
969, sixth --prize, an electric
wai4le iron donated by PEMCO;
number 329. eighth prize, six
crystal high ball glasses donat-
ed by Shaw's. The winner of the'
crystal vase, donated by Dag-
mar, ticket number 8, Is asked
tod telephone-Mr. Richard Bruhn
at the National Distillers.

Plans Announced

For Second 8-Week

LSUI arlb Program

Plans for the second eight-
week sesion-of the Canal Zone
Louisiana S t a t e University
Caribbean Program's fall semnes-
ter were announced this week,
as the semester's first session
passed the half-way mark.
Local LSU officials also in-
dicated that the new, shorter
sessions were proving extreme-
ly popular, especially with mili-
tary personnel.
Military personnel generally
find It easier to coordinate their
class schedules and their mili-
tary duties tot eight weeks at a
time rather than for 16 weeks
as as previouAly necessary. The
longer sessions found numerous
persons having to drop out of
courses because of unexpected
duties that could not be fore-
seen at registration time.
Under the new schedule, the
16-week semester is divided in-
to two eight-week sessions in
which stud t'eceive intensive
training I#' course rather
than a'eel two courses
concuriren'the lMwee%
period. ,AC tae I d of the" first
a0uion; student' re-enroll for
th(Ar second course (two 3 hour
'otftses constitute' a normal se-
mester load).
Classes in the present session
and ThanksglvinR Day, Nov. 27,
and the new eight-week period
will begin December L. .There
will be no break between the two
Student s currently eiomeied
may register fo new courts it

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Critic's Corner


t '
The C Zone l.ZOS ague began the observance of Amer-
ican Art by puon on its bilgest annual show at the TI-
voi. It will remain on fw until O. 16th.
Every one of the shows has been as good as or better than
the preceding one. There has been no regression. This'year's
is t6h best they have had in many ways. The paintings are
comparatively more anatured, the hanging and arrangement
are the best yet done, and the little detail of simple, modest,
attractive programs adds a professional punctuation. Recogni-
tion must be given to the .exhibition committee: Beatrice Gard-
ner, Bryan Vaughn, R. K. Morris, Stephen Beaudry, Louise Mor-
ris and Plutarco Rodrigues.
On the whole, the quality of painting is above that
of the early annual November shows. This yearly ex-
hibit apparently has a stimulating effect on the paint-
ers. The results are noticeable In the number of en-
trants and In the lmprovemqnt in some of the "old
timers" who have been showing since the first show in
the basement of the Balboa YMCA.
Of particular inteazut are the watercolorists, Paul Colby,
Julie Malone, Malcolm dql Valle, Lois Morgan and Mary Ken-
nedy. Colby, one of the "old timers,", shows improvement. His
style is less precise and "mathematical" and more free. Though
his drafting skill is still obvious, It has become more subdued.
Mrs. Malone Is even freer. Her paintings suggest the
rapid oriental calligraphlc sureness of stroke. Watercolor is her
forte. With added concentration on drawing and structure, Mrs.
Malone, I'm sure, will go even further.
Malcolm del Valle possesses the most disciplined style. Un-
fortunately, his better watercolors were not shown. The best
one exhibited for me s "The Seine at St. Cloud." Composi-
tional and creative thinking can be discerned. The result is
imaginative and expressive. His "Symbols of Paris" jIlustrates
drawing ability and structure a feeling of volume in space,
weight vs. lightness and the interplay and arrangement of solid
Lois Morgan's most IMportant achievement is her ability of
expression. As yet, she has not completely mastered watercolor
technique nor develop a. -personal style. However, in painting,
technique is not as zecpaary as it Is, say In music, Her colors
are spanklngly clean aWO therefore the pictures are refreshing.
Notice her best one, "Cathedral Plaza." It sparkles with fresh-
ness. It gives an ipS on of a kind of a day, a particular
time of that day, andA C finite feeling of that time.
Mary Patton Kennedy has crystallized a 'style of her own.
She paints with sureness, vigor and boldness. Her palette of
colors reflect the same qualities. She uses blues, reds. greens,
strong blacks directly and unhesitatingly. However, in a few
pictures she seems to have been more absorbed in color than
anything else, somewi.n sacrificing structure.
Annabel Myers' "Hercules" deserves mention. Comparing
her other watercolors, it Is noticed that this picture shows her
capability to paint more ronfidently.
It was more difficult to compare the oils, owing to
the variety and nuwoer of canvases. Nevertheless, the
onae that caught mieys were painted by L B. Converse,
Jeanne Beaudry andVicki Brown.
Converse shows a chiage in interest. It is a complete turn-
about in style and subject matter. it one remembers his earlier
canvheso. His present experimentation in abstraction seems
scholarly cautious, and successfully on its way to something
In "Canal Townslte," the .colors are thoughtfully related. It
seems like a gentle expresion of feeling. These who may. have
seen. "To the Sea," by Bradley Walker Tomlit modern Ameri-
can painter, may sense the same gentle restraint..
Jeanne Beaudry knows her medium and shows commendable
tehnlqbie and articulation. Though lacking a bit in drawing,
Vicki Browne's portrait, "Moore Bachrach," seemed to me the
most imagintive portrait. Her arrangement, design, compost-
tion nd color harmony appeared to oe the result of sound
thinkUS and esthetic taste.
.. other painter who J&f experimenting is Miss Gardner.
Zion and the lmpresionitlc style of poptUhlsnm, (paint-
dots. pr v .r o a. brush. 4rokeq is her present ield
ore closin st i* 'entlon the attractive "coconut"
csndlstiok, ceramic s by R. K. Morris. They were the
most original and inventive of all the pieces on display.
An exhibit so well arranged and presented In such afn ac-
cessible and pleasing location should be inviting to all. Do not
forget. November 16 is the last day.

Ruth Millett.

WIf you aretI't quite satisfied.
with yur marriage or have thq
deipreing, conviction that your
husband en't as happy as he
might be It is high time you toot
a cIse look ti see It that old
trouble-maker "boredom" has
crept into your life together.
A, bored wife. can spoil a mar-
riage in short order. She be-
cdmes a listless complainder in-
stead of a gay bompanlon. Or
she turns mean anid deliberately
starts quarrels with her hus-
'A bored husband can ruin a
marriage Just as quickly. ie may
fall into the habit of silence -
a silence that drives his his wie
crazy. Or he may start finding
reasons for staying away from
home as much as possible. Or he
mav turn into such a grump artd
fault-finder' his wife. grows. s
dread evenings and week-ends
when he is at home.
All those things happen after
boredom has become a habit.
The best time to check It is when
it is lust begin g and there
is only a vague awareness tiat
the marriage isn't rewarding as
it once was.
Boredom creeps into a mar-
riage when a husband and wife
gow lazy. Too lazy to bother a-
bout making new friends. TOO
lazy to keep up with old od a.
TQo lazy to break the routi"e of
their days by doing soetlig
different now and then-whetl-
er for them the different thing
s going fishing or building a
barbecue' pit in the back yard.
Too lazy to work out some plan
for the future and start working
together toward a challenging
goal. Too lazy to look around to
see what they are missing as
time goes by.
So if your marriage doesn't
aulte good enough watch out
for boredom.
Make sure you haven't grown
lay. If you discover that you
hive get busy. climb outlt Of
that rut you are in. It ma look
like a job at first. But it isnt a
Job it's fun.

Not Forgotten
DETROIT (UP) While ap-
plying for a renewal of his dr4v-
er's license. Harry Williams was
arrested on a two-year-ol d
charge of embezzling $64.40
from a furniture company. "I
thought everyone had forgotten
about that," Williams murmnur-

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Johannesburg Riot

Causes Death Of 3

Non-Whiles, 4 HLrt
. CAPETOWN, South Africa,
N'uv. 6 (UP) -Three non-whites
were shot dead ana four injur-
ed last night In Johannesburg
after rioting broke out in a na-
tive men's hostel over the In-
creased rents.
Rioters stoned police cars. In
Dierterly, violence broke out on
a native reserve. Municipal of-
licers were stoned and police
cars damaged. Police stood by
with Sten guns but no casualties
were reported.
Meanwhile, Maj. Gen. J. A.
Brink. Capetown Commissioner
Police, announced that rein-
forcements would be sent to Port
Elizabeth following a threat of

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awn 0n primary day, he quip-
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0 Fr Gul.. i WI* f- Unoo : 7:45-PETRONIO PRiENTS -
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-,. 'I ;2 Lrnson H ,d op look from Lux Theatre 8:00--Halls of Ivy (V A)
26:: Vacanciesl Cor, Coupe hke new. ort,, three MTIAMI. Nov. 6 IUP) Con- Rooms- 80-Music of the 00 901
Sn orih old Will accept Irade.,n. ditions similar to those reported. F R u GUP. one ry
l OIl "tnar, alo, 9va,!able. Telephone In Florida during the so-called FOR RENT:-Furneshed room, sipa- i -em (w ) -
nom2-. -A ask for Mr. Hen- i"red tides". of former years in clous. Private entrance, to respec- -okewuhaelBritannica1C)
rquo. r ALo-Row No. 29 for a which millions of fish were kill- able bachelor only. No. 5 At. 4 10L.. lDanc. Mue
V en, -Ix I l t 10 3or '- ..o.. :'vca, ,ed have been noted again In the Darien Street. telephone 2-3189.' Fl. 1m 'i -- I pterlude
m ayb '-' ( ifial .e'V .1cran d erW4-11 Gulf of Mexico waters off the .,iVmo &w-,,=--,, lMlla ,d
ay b. Iliad bv transfer /WANTED West -coast. the Univers .v o. -. f'. ....-M '
n nn o- Mieelhneon closed today. i8= Am y- Ca, -us Off ..--' ui r-
annoBuremut b heI nPet-- -- Miamo Nmarine laboratory dvs- ATlid .r2
I on t he poiiu. ate ,n -- te 6 D b atin b t A survey of these conditions t_ f- t.. W rTla e ,i".
ea ANTED--lano, referobly Spinet..has been made by the laiorato-lA maalll ..rte wolon.cadnew 0ilO n.'an'la '"
Nie .eed.. n hLokDi- u h. a.n sI ry, with James F. Mardoli. gra-W pgst'O-L Nv 6 -hnhrlr ema l i Janric- p.e e t-C
the classifiedd and related groups o. e .onditon and mode d duate student in fishery biologyA K m grt Sherman Is presently 7 Club
antil.the others are in the craft W erT m b ude rhT In charge of the work. oup nft;drn nh r comaeyor with plans ao I0 w .
gNroup. In rhe el'al t l i 0 o rent manort .. .. u T ria nVla H UOIll ,^to.,ih,,:s -
I Cn ool th e ,' h n. s t. o at 4 2 1 hort. Telephone Bal Firs igns of fish m ortality now be ing z -m uia le d to hpl 1d j,;i,._M usic al Be el
Share needed ain he oks Diis- _boa 172 were observed abou t Octm 1 s 6 .OUL. Nov. d(P).mThegth ttrunre early I-n January. c t
ern neet on i hon t o bk e a D..o. h e 1..... ..... mile offshore on a line brle ollr h wef.nd -T strerei i tle e. Och9 00-RNewsie
-s--on: to il-a,9 -crane s;ea .-- to the chain of r sland.wi extend rl.'rny l today called oIff costly ~ Plrimu enttll el, Regi- --Comleard Get I
engteers arnd eod d At 3 lng froam Stum p pass southward, oU Uoean attempt to necap- menal Chaplain of tel 370th ,9 l--AsINSeeIt
astrse are l n-ededv ingte 110cl u ie ooca GrTnat pas Late re w ure Triangle _HIln aMnd Gene. ng meer a.mph, bblcp5-4 _O:0---News
Di h i.v tl al'la iinidm a- "na Grandesp from a ship captain told:erthe-.James A. Van Fleet flew to the Reg1 il at .w :05--Off the Record.
coDrma wsm- e Term. lude o toraty rom. th.t oe por captied toudterae _rmoe owheer anyr- olthe ;e -._We rire ul e30--Nte. '-
chinist aio id eecier IntthedIn-ofndant. Fa -mortality ofgr er.thing could be salvaged orpmutheNovw one Was pres end ed 2:05- f thetl record of
brancha urau.lm-.n a" itoe- d.asnapperoaond mui t some rme s'a nuI o wre ofaigdes9roye o r -e wre e :00--Off thero
.an ad a u. po r ,a Also Awards HoleO i ofsore, o or edNations setback there the.p ~ t-olfaith.a.l :10--elW'l.
mancmand a poeei ott m ,w rw b d operator I ,, .. I Tohe west Chinese d 'o-, by vtiliast bei g rt l t .M. m s -M.-"
are eee in the Electrical' Di- A ox 3 dahnus were thei 'n Oet. 0e the president .bhi .. horns and howling "Millof1c an ebi md n .-c 2:05--LuncheaMu1
vision.w t"nldsnoda -'earsuspenea and, in particular, the dogsn iK n r nor'annloe "illt. ontk.abie o..e.Iro ad o o 30-ch'". ."u
Ion s n ueo uIheahawere afflicted wit respiratory h l f JontHeights glassani f .15eplaceho' -NL IB '
PaIti' r idi trm nlhdassiied and A 39-rd i PalainaInan4a irritations due toe a gaseous .tn' N t b bandoned wodT4lTlle l erwm l hapel whi :00-News o
Delas edN u ratn t a c odor which came withoh the pre- Ithe o~ttlon a iw hours later, was o ofi di W l re th tworkn 115-Personalitv Pdrmet
admeaswE r N3tISialollU Divi- v as caught b,, thte Tivoll Com- vailHing southwesterly wind," The re uied the 7 egt the n .a p .,mae: '5:---Nwoldbgn 1:-Promende Con ere
sion cleriao.eiiijgrapher and iisav manager as he tiledhor said Murdoc n lo resTrance ItV 4 .l _. Uwte 2:0-he Od ahre
steward nCluhold.heau Dv is i o NI; Ealk awa.T wIthout pa;CiUR ot e nature of this odor was Sahies shot down a MiR and s a s ane-i t:heur eb. bou -ont _;. 1
coffee rri.ter. Cimni,arv Di- the 15-cent item, likened to that of gas escap-. rUi.aId four more over north- ov ite o i i old 2:30---ftello
vision.: le clerAonitrative he defendant F -anci Ce- Inguiorn a gas stove. t Korea. running the Novem- one as prese and litilized 2:45--Battle of t
ranch ... ri.. .. d to-e-. def was ien a 3-. tl "At this same time a num- I r -core of MIgs destroyed to for the new t ture. -- 3 :00-AllStarConiti
keeper Lock. Divtsitn. and sentence in the Blo.3a Nagis- hberos of streaks of discolored ilUitCcatuctlon is being handled :5--TheLittlsBe .
policemn PulGo t Divi oti rate's Court this morning, wtetr were observed offshore a The 8th Army ordered Southiby .ivClian oftraetora and 3:80-MuRsicud '
uohic %a-s suspended ioLAne In 'the Stump pass to Bocilla Korean Infantrymen to abandon Woo001n .-hbcelhfurniture., altar 4:00-MusWithi
.... .... o-ndear. ,di passarea.d The streaks were nie the present their attempts to rail"- land U .b,baptlsbnal fount ...4:15-CasL
ou hb qurdo wpeariyer and in aes iscnm capture Triangle Hill. on the have been rd ered from a Colon 4:30-What's YOUI I -tI
Sn:e nded itlinuous, in the main they m ere Icentral front, after the South craftsman. 5:315-ENGLI S9 -' A V-
an nrHidabout 18 Inches In width but lKoreans' eighth assault in live (Agpncia bteerr"n a ourrtotk t z ainwFe
varied from a few inches to .v.s ended In bloody failure. The dsel.wW]have a 5:2C-WI4gt'5 Your nIV14to- a g area..Dele
three feet. The color of the battle lasted nine hours. .. n(Contd) 33d'MeMdicalCpny, amongit i A I
Dies Near Ga n nit Stes Of America streaks were pea green. Thef nited State. 7t D ork o tohe T 0lbe5:30-ate's r r te (
A rettled Barbadian Cwas found Can ai Zone "Fishermen engaged in mul- s ion captured Triangle Oct.1 att 15 a ou .rrigt rt
dead In an old nack mi-h was UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT let fishing near these streaks d later turned its defense b lay -t, uTUture on
F O R THEhDIS T R ICTO FT H Erz-dn h o f olo c a t e d fC nth. 1 0 0t .m l.a
his haunt ner te Garn Lock FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE were afflicted with w respiratory over toithounth Koreans wh whicai l t"t lo te 6:00--Musicl- l .." "'" -
last night CANAL ZONErI lost it. last Frida.f .. ....
lstina i soDivision of Balboa 'rhbese men all had observed. US and South korean off ice viceA-.u ." .. :.Lewel -
F itzge -a H itti6 1 a Ch e rie-S. M at r 1 Pa il r ni-eft. r conditions and c hn the spot have refused t ad i e (If'nSu. t hel C h plaiIt o
retired enplo,,e ,i- th- Lock vs Putil. claim the situation was smflar. eeat deste heavv Suth and nii
D ,'ol t. s,,nd im C M ai,,ai.. Including the respiratorynry Shtrritwa- .Korean casualties.n .n B_ .:
The body plii- eij dlu ,. ,aed. SUMMONS Schools of mulletswm, United States observers th
to the Thra. Mi ,e I,, an c.,e,.oi sm through the discolored streaks.cribed the South Kore ande Cl ttancnoUnce
accdNtO IO CFcame to the surface, swam 0FRDIVR CEa-'forts as superb, but said there.that _nor-rWWI t.et2 e d 8:r-rb.d
dutopsZ..accdoid2d, ,'-name9Od dIRnadE Irlr o n o ot d bne occasional, fdhered r IBM 8fo. the8:45-- "
report. ehr p.......d Oto e lrn requiredrtoouadb fi' es on th- bin Ead plan- IcWINthath 8.- '.-.-9.
I c t..hecbo paei. d in appearI er fishes acLoied t se nsameeman- nind and Stafb workb newchapel, tdi-is pedn l
Iater bhe first publication fish In the area at the time wereh-aee today virtually wiped out until definife *4 is obt$Jnegd 9:r SlM _
Sn....Judmen iI b aken thegreatestmortality.UNPositionbetweenTrian urntureL4 t
United States Of America against y ou dedeaultfor terie et greatest mortaliy.r Uoomotn e na
Cn Znded n the complaint i Within the next few days ard Sniper Rldee work of the.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NE Horbi Cur F there ere re orts of dead fish The Reds opened their latest Stot0e 0-Ael d.v. wa. torn 1adn t"fl ff.-of 1W. 0
UI sTA D. Judge.lUnitedsalDist ritrin nthe waters of Lemon bay attaekk onldoin low albou Met down sr r -.e W, _rall 61'W -Chest
CANAL ZONE ious 22nd day ol Oci 1952 and Inshore from Boca Grande Jane Rullsel ll||, aI aRed-hel dFort SieJR sa'" .ou faiths :00-The. ",__u
DivioN L ZO~f Balboad. ,CST. M Cowmick,.J to Gaspirilla, the water then Position in the Triangle erou,. have been eloI__ _the etu- 1:00 a nm. ( -td
Division o fBalboa Clerk being of a reddish color. This and Sniper Ridge. which ll ditorlUm of bulildhi "3. ---l-1i--onn i pal_
VCh DPhlnDhr,(Er CIe)li beil due to the outflow of Advancinu through -thr,.
5MMid ia purontbghy a from offshore or swam there l tre th,. Chnee ,er UNn i
Case No 36-i order of the Honorable uthhoie F rean m-~*q i

you by publication pursuant to theta ,^. .4. -11__ -.

of the Horal Guthre F. u station, uioert reen. 19 i
*, Judi. United States Dstrict p lACKACHI Mystery Debt Paid and Ricardo Leo Davis. 17. who U"
M ifor the District of. the CanalAAC boarded a northbound train as "l
MO. dted ot1.n" .A. a ~a.. ene eaI e .iN WICHITA, Ken. (UP) Tom it wss leaving Gamboa, were
ne in ba actio ith et ofgggg Seed, county attorney, found earh fined s5.
V of a ofed .tba. e two sD bills In an efTvelope ad- The fourth offender. eoumevelt
CT. '"e= t. L _dressed to his office. There was Lopold Grant. 20. receveda 10
T i tAs ae uepatur6. Seed -u d that fine for the same '0 vol# b -
the money may have beru = e he had a previous e ia-
9a aa E on ltn'-_! of "Vmping off
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Mnlls A ita Melendez, oltt .t t
Revo#ph st lU e tht herB A.ona
day WieW she was present *t*. Cat.s of
of VW aC es de Balbo '
h hyee *A atnm took P a-st a nft W do 41 um"

Miss (elendes served am court. The Masquerpde Ball given re-
ler between -her father, tie lote.ft e .tl t he club was a very auc-
Porfi#ro Melendez in com d.d cesaftlA, ar and the club appre-
Jose Agustine Arango o yp aa odlateIts i assistance given by all
CIty. or A=rap w.i one of oho lped make It a success.
the insigatoras 9Cgi( kt f The priTes at the dance were
with Dr. M A wr d- donated ind won by the follow-
ro later ito bd ft pres- ing:
idntof tepanama. Lt. Coimande and Mrs.. H.
Pollwin te metIna of the a. Schmildt won a turkey dona-
omncil, Misslielendesz eld her red by the Ladies' Club. Mr. and
traditional -- Clo Day "Opn Mrs Curtis received a crystal
House" at her residence. Among vase from Shaw's. Lt. and Mrs.
the hundreds of ftrendi who call- W. E. Sands received a fruit
ed to pay their reapec weae the howl given by Motta's. An auto-
President of t Republic with mobile service certificate from
his Cabinet MI0Diters, the offl- McMillan and Fagan went to
cials of the Provine and City Mrs. John Barlow. Captain and
with ranking dignitaries from Mdis. J. J. Schelbler received a
the Canal Zone, United States Limp from the Philippine Rattan
Army and NIvy and members of Purniture Co. A picture from the
thq Consular Corps. French Bazaar went to Lt. Com-i
m.m.. m LmanderJ. F. Todd. Lt. (Jg) and
Mr. and Mrs. Quthrile Mrs. M. E. Hamilton received a
Leave for Aruba China bowl from Maduro's. Corn-
The former British Consul at mander and Mrs. T. R. Perry re-
Colmn. Mr. William MilA WLuth- celVed stra* coasters from Al-
rte and Mrs. Guthrie sailed on dao's. Lt. Commander and Mrs.
the "Lions-Gate" pf thp Johnson H. M. Durham received perfume
Line for their new station in and cologne from-the Paris Ba-
Aruba after a short stay with zaar.
friends on the Isthmus. I
Mr. and Mrs. Outhrie have, Surprise Birthday Dinner
been stationed in California since for Sergeant Ahmer
leaving the Isthmus. Sergeant Cyril Ahmer was
honored with a surprise dinner
Birthday Celebration narty given by Mrs. Ahmer at
Honors. Mr. King their Fort Sherman home on the
Mrs. George King. who is a becasion of his birthday anni-
guest at the Hotel Washington, versary.
arranged an Jnformal get-toge- The guests were: Sergeant and
their with dessert refreshments. Mrs. Dominic D'Augusta, Ser.-
at the Hotel on Tuesday evening geant and Mrs. Warren Waite,
to honor her husband on his Sergeant and Mrs: Merle Mountz,
birthdav anniversary. Sergeant and Mrs. Ray Smith,
The guests included Mr. King's Sergeant and Mrs. Andrew Lugo,
associates with the Geodetic Sur- Sergeant and Mrs. Robert Blak-
vev. They were: Mr, and Mrs. er, Sergeant and Mrs. Edward
George W. Sauncers and Messrs Wojcik. Sergeant and Mrs. Jo-
Robert L. St. Martin. Richard seph Shelley, Sergeant John
Moore, Jack Lewis. Frank Will- Frederick and Corporal Haux.
1iazr. Lee Rutherford and R. A. -
Fietila. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith
Mi. and Mrs King will be Visitors on Isthmus
leaving for Venezuela on Novem- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith ar-
ber 21.' rived by plane "Tuesday evening
S----- from Atlantic O and am stop-
Srpr se w Ainsi at the Hote Washington.
COmplt ft l aBt. TIannin -
Mrs. 0 Oy-linh was the hon- Gatun Bassar Tonight
oertd eBakt 1horer given by The annual Bazaar of the G ,

Austin, Mrs. A. Agullera. Mr. F.
McClean. Pvt. T. Shater, A. Ha-
.Milton, Mrs. E. Hassan. Mr. and
Mrs. H, Mohn, MIssE. de la EBs
prlella. Mr. and Mrs. M. Rioe,
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Cabrat. Mr.
R. E. Moberly, Miss D. Lyons,
Mr. J. Robb and Mr. P. Plfia.
The party to Mr. Perez was
:iven by Mr. Fernando Aguilera
Jr. and Mr. Francis Oakley.

C. H.S. News

Cristobal High School's Class
of '53 presented their recent as-
semblv in two parts the first
.n commemoration of Theodore
The assembly opened with
Prol Jorstad conducting the
High School Orchestra in the
"'True Blue March."
* Then MC, Les Rinehart, started
his narration of "Roosevelt's
Greatest Adventure" his days
as Colonel of the "Rough Riders,"
which was enacted by 1 compe-
tent group of his classmates. The
authentic skit wad well received.
The second part of the assem-
bly was preceded by another ex-
cellent selection' rendered by the
orchestra. Then followed three
vocal soloists Bob Grace (who
can carry a tune as well as a
football). Allan Simons, and
Isaac Peltynovlch. Kay Argo and
Margaret Joudrey keyboarded a
:ine piano duet.
lnimble-toed Betty Tarr receiv-
ed rOusing applause for her in-
terpretation of The Mexican Hat
Dance and Lotty Stevenson and
Ruby Pabon pooled their profes-
sional talents in a lively demon-
stration of-the Mambo. Isaac P.
wowed them with impersonations
of AlT ofson and Johnnie Ray
and was repeatedly called back
for encores.
Commendations go to Prof.
Cook. Class Sponsor, for his able
promnotioh and supervision.
The newly-organised Cycle
Club met on Thursday, Oct. 30,
to approve its Constitution and
elect officers for the school
The following were placed in
office: President, Don wonder;
Vice President, David Lane;
leoretary, George Bennett;
Treasurer, Tom Catansaro. The
Constitution was diseussed and
approved. Theanew officers will
meet in the neat future to ar-
range the yearly agenda.
SA note of Interirt concerning
e Junior .High: .. The seventh
deghth gradL s.noyed a &estt
allowe'en Prty the girls
last Wedenaday.. The even
Swas sent in dancing an
mis, with refieshments to sup-
tnt the youthful appetite. Di-
Ge eddes and Larry llwell
pped the pries for the best
S--Jimmy Doyle

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Club W' held November IRt Jwrs, M. M. Dell. Cadet .
the oo. Offleers Ol C Mo9i- Lpez, Cadet E. Giron, Mr. J, P.
tosses fPj7,. day will br Mrs. AlHobso Jr., Pvt. H. B;. ei,.
James OiI-iand Mrs. :Paul N. hart. Meai R. Oarson. Msl ..
Curry. Cohnan, Mr.3. R. Lust, Mrs,


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French Jet Breaks
Low-Level Record,
Clocks 687.5 mph
MELUM, France. Nov. 6 'UP)
- Col. Constantin Rozanoff, a
oD French test pilot, set a new
unofficial world air seed low
level flying record of 687.5 miles-
.per-hour en a new French iet
fighter, the Air Ministry an-
nounced today.
The ministry said Rozanoff
flew the latest model of the
French "Mystere" let, in which
two American pilots smashed
through the sound barrier last
week. He set the new unofficial
record at an altitude of only 60
The record Is unofficial be-
cause official observers of their

International Air Association
were not present.
The official speed record for
low flying Is held by Maj. Rich-
ard L. Johnson, of the U. S. Air
Force, with a speed of 670.981
mph set Sept. 15, 1948.


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awyrs Take Over

For i h Time

PARSIfl Nov. 6 (UP) G
morous Rita Hayworth's NO
York attorney arrived today t
try to '"wind up" .her turburet1
mstriage with Prince Aly Khan
"on a dignified basis" probab-
a separation rather than a
ivorce without injury to Aly's
Mouslem pride.
Battley Crum, Rita's legal rep-
resentative. closeted himself with
Charles Torem, the prince's at-
torney, who flew here from
"Rita asked me to come ovetl
and try to end the matter be-
tween them on a dignified bas-
is," Crum said.
"She came to Paris to live with
Aly as a last hoped. to see if it
could work out. She soon found
it was impossible."
Crum said Rita's idea was to
try to arrange for a-separation
rather than a divorce. "so that
it won't hurt Prince Aly's Mos-
lem pride." *
The attorney said Rita's pri-
mary aim. was to have full free-
dom to continue her movie care-'
er in Hollywood.
"Among the main details we
have to discuss," he said, "is the
custody of Yasmin, the daughter
of the marriage, and any alSlow-
ance Aly might make for her

Government Acts ,
To Denationalize
British Steel
LONDON' Nov. 6 (UP) -'qti
government formally lntroditeM
in Parliament today two bills to
turn the steel and long distance
trucking industries back to pri-
vate owners. .
It was the first real-step toward
reversing the nationalization
program 'of the Laborites aftUe
Winston Churchill took offic&A
vear ago.
The government acted one day
after Queen Elizabeth II an-
Pounced the legislative program
in opening the new session "
Parliament yesterday. Both bi
weie given a formal "first read-
ing" In the House of Commons.


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SGeorgia Tech, Oklahoma, Bobby Jones Hails Ike's Win

I: Penn State Also Picked ,. Regrets Ailment .Bars Reunion

NEW YORK, Nov. 6 (UP). Undefeated, untied Southern
California is a seven point choice over Stanford in the latest By WILLIAM TUCKER
football odds. United Press Staff
Other headliners are heavy choices over the weekend, Correspondent
UCLA is a 21-point choice over Oregon State, Michigin State *
is 20 over Indiana, Oklahoma 13 over Notre Dame, Georgia Tech ) ATLANT Nov. 6 (UP) -
20 over Army, Purdue 13 over Minnesota and Kansas 14 over TaBobby Jones hailed the new
/ Nebraska. ______n0__ _____- sorr champ today and said he was eu
Penn State, mentioned as a Cotton Bowl candidate, is six sorry he couldn't have a reunion
points over Syracuse. Texas is seven points over Baylor. B asc y with him at the Augusta, Ga.,
Other odds first in the Midwest. AO_ -- P ,' National Golf Club which the
Wyoming and Kansas State are rated a tossup. Missouri is P .o O S. 1 1 'emperor' of the fairways found-
six. over Colorado, Ohio State seven over Pitt, Illinois 10 over '. ed.
Iowa, Wisconsin 14 over Northwestern, Michigan 19 over Cornell e Cr *o TD The election of Dwight D. E-
and Cincinnati 20 over Ohio University. W rklo D' o West senhower "Is the greatest thing
In the South...Mississippi State and Auburn are even, Tu- thathashappenedorthiscoun-
lane is three over Kentucky, Duke 13 over Navy, Washingto4 try In mv lifetime," said the all-
and Lee 13 over North Carolina State, South Carolina 14 over t in golf Immortal who captured
The Citadel, Tennessee 19 over Louisiana State and Alabama 27 Another of a series by famos all four major world titles
over Chattanooga. coaches diagramed and written all four major wor1930d titles
In the Southwest. ..Texas is seven over Baylor, Rice six over lor NEA Service 1930.
Arkansas, SMU six over Texas A-and-M, Texas Christian seven -- 'I Jones, who untilrthis cam-
over Wake Forest, Villanova seven over Tulsa and Mississippi 10 By RED DAWSON paign s ad always been a De-
S over Houston. Pttsburgh.Coach moerat, spearheaded the Ei-
In the Far West...Colorado A-and-M is six over Utah, Call- senhower forces in Atlanta
fornia six over Washington and Washington State 13 over Ore- .rPITTSBURGH (NEA) -- In my whdre the GOP candidate ran
gon. first season as Pittsburgh's head strongly although he didn'tty.
oIn the East.. Clemson and Fordham are even, Columbia six coach, I have beenusingme carry thp ity.
over Dartmouth, Penn seven over Georgia, Boston University 13 single wing Miz o I t was Jones' first strenuous
over Temple, Holy Cross 14 over Colgate and Princeton 20 over ed in witthe activity since he first bcame ill
H rvaT, which the in 1948. Three weeks ago, Just
Hrvar. Panthers, ope- before, a big GOP tind-ralslng
at 1 with *t4e dinner which he helped arrange,
previous t.w'o Jones suffered a heart attacketO nd
Plans W ork Smoothly As Date ya r. f LOOKtALIKEhe thosttaid
released from the hositaad ms apt. a lek look
~ Isth ia Bowl 'ame Near oi e o our Before the littack, Jones said. to be iduede twine.
O f Ithmin GOLFING BOTS Bowl Gred basic plays fro had "toyed with the Idea" of
Of Is i aln BowIjl l G ame Beck wore boots with spikes, the1 in Esenhower at the Au-
o0- instead of spurs, in the first shown in the t National Club. It had bee e Au-
s tacta National Club. It had been
North and South Senior Golf accompany ,ni -hderstood that the OOP can-
As the date for the second Association memberswill be ad- Tournament at Pinehurst,N.C. diagram. t BASI tst arh'.l ter' didate -would visit there imme- TI an IState
-Isthmian Bowl draws near, plans mitted for $1:00. He is a Tulsa oil man. (NEA) rs, so do the bs IS t the l diately after the election, win or I
are taking shape for the many The Lake Worth Trojans have rest. halfaad ipthell A .ose.
events that will be held in con- increased their scoring punchon-- --- ed Daw nth i oe,k 7 ac junction with the big football considerably as they played to a i Diars h rtthe qua rterbchakf N I h6pehe eani et soi 1e t w b
game. Many Balboa High faculty '32-32 tie in their last game with slips the ball to' the right half- Irest," said Jones. "I knoew
an anB mittees areVeo Beach. This was one o Mot Riders back. who hits between center halfback, 'who follows the full. he hs, en through. T
and uard back around end. The assign- that mst be ioned out to make nessed In that area for man a after the hand-dff.t the quar-e ts fo the linemen ous. Ant I am so glad it was by
thi as eiircepssful an event as the year.,rie lead changed hands I r C terback faes a lateral to te left shown. such a decisive margin." -l -
firJt Isthmian Bowl game was times during the contest, with ,l Jones sad that since Elsen
In 1950. the Trojans scoring the tieIIt however took the lead from the N'EW YORK, Nov. (UP) Of- ron
rinov. 28. the dav after Thanks- points with less than a minute s Atart "I was pretty confident he fiscal football figures r2leaaed
giving, is the day of the football left in the game. P.MI. A Stadium TIGER R A GSi wouid win and I didn't get ex- veAterdzy show Mch 4 State, o -
game between Balboa Hi.h and s e c f- cited too much." Okhoma id Marylandae. In
Lale Worth High of Florida. Plans have been completed for --- excitement II but for Jones, a tiht the lead in to- f
Tickets are now on sale for this the travel of the Florida contin- Ishmian speedway ie riwo shw '. e o
ft re ] ith e are moving g ent to the Isthmus. The y will nueatwillo ..L a right now. "They won't even lenta- offensp.
a n thheherlm r ih t o be praduicig at he C .H .. T la H omem md. walk down the stairs," he ledipri Stat.holds a. alight e
seats available. fans are remind- Nov 26 and return to their home three o'clock on, olishin ther H said. Elsenhower usually P Wt. B1' In ga

are priced at $200 while Student days on the Isthmus. same track Saturday at 8 p.m. bein a mmber for e veral a it
On trial this afternoon will be .
some the special racing ma- Gold Coast football fans have played to a scoreless tie in the e re-ri r 9I d1 ihi
chineR imported for this season's already had a large slice of the Jamboree, and with the A. C. t II ~t hd
E Pvents. mny thrills that have comq nbw oDorting orde .victory over tfa ns
N WK CANAL NLast season the star riders with the 1952 grid season. Start' :Qrzitoba, 6-0, the lue. and old .
stretched their stock machines Ing with a thrill-packed J bo- I be out to eyri thing up. 44"
~T ckets~ a ooseo htvf eloshjust about to the limit of per- ree and followed by a e nth Louel-Ddux and Ar- i '
formance. clqae losses suffered by t hoe told Mannin Injury vic i the .
S L -club, C. H. S. has given the, fans tp,' out of e line-up the A s bemitne
When machines specially de- more than their money's worth C. Rams hurriedly filled the coa rn B te
DELIVERY~l riLYYJLKJ I cosigned for racing are turned of football, holes wI h Jerry D wae an d the ao .rind W meI thinl a
loose on the track this season, Even the Junor Colege gaeher of the twogetn oh golf at nf4sd -A hr Tff
records are expected to topple wh Cr on 2me p to the andas ofea he w&a atuer, r fe a
omre trac Saturday atwe r en t 8back. o -. ... x,,.,
Slikea speedway rider out of con bro ought its share of. highlights ln 0h e pt ene tu replace, both w s.'iower went back tp te
tablthedat madp It pleasing to the aSi d omething to the A C. de- of a ma, io .- '.e
F..ONRD C TOne leading purpose of this wnt ioth the b orm at eo b f o8alerahe .es ioe ..- .
Oret h ed puerpste machines ustifiably have blamed the J. C ol d e ubs.oet en 'tl a ald a -ior o ae a
aMMEDIATE NEW JERSEY DELVERY afternoon's practice, which will eleven If they had not wAnted to ', WthVernon Bryant cagrying down wit a back aliheat in
Continue till nightfall, is to dis- participate in this year's come. the fthe f ar ll and while and- couldn't u sethenm wU t(sL
cover any defeats in the racing tuition. se the, he' i A.
Machines while there remains t4 with opthisym ts w o ard broht so e AlabamSa o -t
LI I E U BE ample time to iron them out be- Armed with only 13 men ad day night victory. To yJonerea ed. I-tr- Al ?6
fore race night. with the odds overwhelming el wy uterbac. 14e e stan ttng 1 got d with thei tS II
Sp t thiiled up against them. J. C.' a Grace 'ha t k, al hl"'
Established stars Ray Magan voyaged to the Atlantic Side to .-2obe-son., thod. ,rd- A
FORD CUSTOM CLUB COUPE 6 Bill Hidalgo, Jerry Fox and do battle with the Tigers. That form p t Salter and Richy asso gi he d s M nt
SCUChoppy White are expected to be they lost was no disgrace, the older, more exerieCed Blue and Gold a pair of as
trol. ; Rtate thatHthe TOP Ie pleasing t e A.A A Ihe[gpoerh Jones set ..
(Fordomatic. Radio, Two Tone) noon honing a fine edge on the ways state that they marched to equal.
riding styles they intend will boldly to battle and played theJ | off this first Usi of Satu rdayo iht's Mt. H ope owli Green
FORD CUSTOM TUDOR 6 carry them to victory Saturday game in a manner of which they lffsn*2bd' defense, tile Crsto- game and Oristo- omlbctlcut
FORD CUSTOM FORDOR J Y night. cDELIERY an always be p roud. oo miseotob tbe ca oth cat c
ORIA V-All told, a dozen or more co wind up their home stand with tou to pick a i their fir
FOR IC .,, ,petitors plan to be practicing a second meeting against the eman, aad the s a te s7p. o tiw 8 1
(Two Tone) and testing their machines. Athletic Club even. Havin s -. fnilve ends Bobby I C
At. least 12 riders are already o ..
FORD CONVERTIBLE V-8 entered for Saturday night's Fight Results
(Sungate Ivory and Black top) program, which lists seven races. h S
(SnaeIoyan lcCo)Should weather compel post- tr M
MERCURY CUSTOM FORDOR Donement of the meeting, it will ri ir t i o
MF RD CURTY M TE RE HA RD be held same time Sunday night. (Tuesday Night) 1D e.- nit-
COUPE CU TOM Fe elra De L l vAtest5ba Lprms Awiotan .notpoInt
Frenchay hties TigerslVaughn,158%. Los An- EmO.Ai10 r y-
COUPE After Ring Inju l. aL NC ulBerricesI .eto Ra .Tu. e I
outpointedarltaldHiltbn,.129.,Phil.. ." Pro
LONDON, Nov.- (UP) adelphi%8 .8 to o. AU
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AkPA classified ad sold the lot MEXICO CITY, Nov. 6 (UP) ieenth
uThe vanguard of top fl or-
Sa caicteign drivers enteud If itR T
A^ Annual Pan-Amerloan SPOT COA
Race began M
day. LEsURE A I K ... '1..
Italian Pierro Taruf
Every month every week every day in and countrymen
carl Luigi Villose
to arrive moment SLAX
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followed by TarfB.
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Not Yet Ini Ittrodices e System To Line
6t.Y t-
*y U) .BWI PR r T of Auburn games show Line Moach Shot
N J IndIAw re ak blundering his uI
y DOWI `w ua and grabbing ev- I t i
AUBUN a, No. ( motion. He wrecks men to Wt
,ly Mack Tkrn enouh tac- srts, b
-AmL m@. orda e e-on,' e:e. A
NEW ORLEANS, Neo 6 (W)-' erfedrik 1eking W bet defen- becamWe he reamt o
The problems tof as ing-virtualy with t I r seen. is highly Intellent'
agements ;s We 2ay s -A 265-pound taqkle ta4 sa p e e d t e r, In laut ear's frst
he sinatblr bl a .I Meaoo, .Ttmbeauh p r ab exceptionally Vanderbit, Tu
oeaunei tty I atuime dthe Brille r a erble,
i. l lay l the t r w defensive ackle fr Mryland, In the two ped a Befle
Tear' ay, but e baben able to him t. man, for sp
'uents about it wre srl aeJ I8 method: O T terpa double-teamed word that Turnbeaug
a ve. ,"Hear 'em, leel 'em, grab '",' h tthis year, still were scared ly blind.
S Coach Bobby add tolaUUtte4d Optometrist Dr. Robert 1. Bw- m ing by only 13-7. Let Turnbeaugh
Peean Aiant, A t kb team, sole says: "Turnbeau ben ,, S.-year-old. alx- recovery.
boastinga rwox of without glazes ;s Q- fQf foiur- m native of Tucum-
ove t a out glasses he can t art attended Cameron, "I made my Lniltlt
Sto twl his han at arm's length." Okla. Junior College before com- biaced," he recounts
uald Turnbeaugh does not wear ing to Auburq In 1951. one of our men hol
ea contact lenses. 'A broken arm put him out in and dropped to the
% al-l do- "I see too much that way, and the fifth gfit Two weeks later, was crawling around
Itr ,whish am easily-faked," he explain the day lw game, nse to the dirt, I sa
Buhwgaf Bowl He plays the pressure of his Traler owar removed dadnt nave on an A
*^ blockers. Tubea east, w o u n d fom, so I grabbed it
f lait at acoept- "When they block to w& in- spn b around his left "Turned out to be
SLt and any side," he says, "I know tl py arm. e to use that limb, no
that tana Su. Is coming up the middle. hy use arm to become the
untrue hit fro the outside, I defensive lineman
" Inplayii 'goin_ wide." on
W eioumt of the -
Mla.we sts would not
.opJ a omwsem=ane$t about any ,.
SBowl teU today or to.
L Poetlei Oned to guess
ea anem emenBt would 's no ue trying
.. man understand-
bowl representatives, How you know a
lIa Ation to assure not like you when sa
I La inhaulm of 13,500 cordial every time
.1 e available for Stemapmqer Defeat Atlas C fourth while n Row you can cry
if the team comes To tIres lead In flfth..Ted Mved g a sad mov
could not be Bowlhag Lead up from ntt ay erard that
e e of ed"
Srotow to Jace 13,500 In a match which wa. dis- Fronheaer moved. out That the reason
SBowl stadium tingulAed only by the of 10th place, An rews the latest fads in
a .reblem. The tilol umbr o splits aaa dropping bak to llt _..tyle and mak
S NBut most esh Ma R. t pel The team standing er the M you are a al
do' arw aeady taken City Champions Tuesday play: oI, t because a wo
d voting football too three games and P eery po often to b
Seeywhee, and by from Colonel ector Downe'. At- Team W .L Ave. ly different person fi
lan Club team at the Dialo M. R. Stempel sne has been for
Heightt- bowling alleys, to In- & Son 24 12 895 months.
crease its lead in the Major ISp. Select 20% 15% 902 Thaw the reason y
eame League from one point to th rza y Luz 20 10 80 ut" when he critics
and-one-half. Clu 19 17 90 Itling-room arrange
flowl -HThe Stem peleers had about wcron F. Foods 18 18 8 workedon O a It b
Mmses asB tha Atlas Club, and 595.WM 17% 18 on't think he has
With AU sal 14 22 T-so about
h tesob, wl oma -10 U6 uthat you
a F 69lmeaow' 10 leading bowlers of the been
ti of the after e play. InJ ust as de
AT ve wi a asn having
tim.1A9 1 i-.0inm doubted Is t


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in Korea. On 01r
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turned safely to,:
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Points as
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nmavd- Into second place
M t-Ird match of the
he gashousers from the
V Luz knocked out three
against the last place. H.
am, when Howard En-
lashed out a 618 with
I ., 34247 and 180, fol-A
I 3 and 1S for
filnghe first two ame*
tfl. Homa, Orfflithi
dual Sames of 200, 190
for s s- did Ud eries
ryL boys wo pin
..ore. of 88 to 28S6.
S final match of the
a:g, Local 595, NFFB,
.efforts of the Snow-

Sfrt-.Wanllast gime
WtTorlev Billmeyer
d a fine night with 205,
39 for good 615, fol-
ffy bv teammate
Ijb.,wtthb $01. Is and
I.sdlthb and Fran-
tg next with 583 and
ottvely, to run the hih
fr ttame series t t a
* total 219.
L Fmen Foods has a
e total of 2773, com-
amnea of 893, 1000 and
their efforts were un-
ginning only the second
100 to 981. Bill Mor
i for Snowerop with
by Presho with 9 .
m with 564.
Individual scoring
t, OGrffiths of Homa
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149 154 IN 441
140 20 1to0 5N
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Wheeler 175 116 17T 468
Afambella 164 201 147 512
Sats 172 171 158 501
DoffY 149 157 152 4M8
Balser 180 177 182 539
Totals 840 822 816.2n
Local S5, NFFE
Mal" 1840 16 38 7

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describe the

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tw a blur- It
auburn Uni.
the ball."

to make a
woman doM
he is overly
you meet
your wa
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you "enjoy-
you follow:
clothes and
ke-up Is not
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rom the one
- say aft
ou are "put!
ses the new
ment you've
because you-
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his own;
Feel your

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more fun i the man In y
o talkyou how pretty W
a m you are stae
what makes a
tied Isn't hard work, but n
hvlngwhat she does appre*
o bbe hr
TAM Would
t h a oo husbandstime whe

t dynamita'e misplaced s wi
hre tinste-a of the mas.
lenU: 'What have you dorm
That thereais one time whe$

That a woman might as well
ep.married to a stupe as to an
I UFl:ent man wlo, never talks

Smearcase Plan Gives Hooqk

Notre Dame Over Oklaioa
Inventor of Canasta Signals
Efad! The other evening in the Princeton 21, Harvard 14
ry I met a scholar whose Notre Dame 21, Oklahea J9a
d knowledge of mathematics Illnois 14, lows 7
Tmpressed me deeply-so deeply, Michigan State 34, Indianas 14
ln fact, that this week I am go- Kansas 26, Nebraska 12
WS .to use the system he con- Purdue 20, Minneseta 7
Ned to me! Colorado 6, Mlseo rl
_The man is Prof. A n g e 1 o Wisconsin 26, mPwewtern 1
Amearease, and he has devised Pitt 20, Ohio State 14
at Ironclad method for prognos- Georgia Tech 35, Army 14
floating winners, particularly In Kentucky 20, Tulasn13
the field o9 athletics. I cannot Tennessee 14, La. St. 7
divulge all the steps in the pro- Virginia 26, No. Car. 13
cesn, but he calls It. the Smear- Penn 14, Georgia 7
p e system of athletic redun- Arkansas 21, Rice 7
'dancy governed by universal Baylor 14, Texas 6
.aplvature. Tex. A. and M. 25, So. Mft, 13
California 20, Washington1
Using this astute process I ex- So. Calif. 21, Stanford It
.et to better my average of win- Wash. St. 27, Oregon 12
flR which is now exactly .836. gon 12
(Xiltor's Note: We figured it up.
o .nd the answer we get Is
las week I have four upset
to give you, one that is indeed
4tartling-Notre Dame to beat
Oklahoma, 21-20. The figures on
this contest were very close, and A
) lried my computation out to
l0 mecmal places with the fol-
n result: Notre Dame 20.-
99, Oklahoma 20.338333-
4. Selecting that result, let me
you, was a real ordeal!-Har-
more upsets I see have
shading Duke, 14-7, and
te beating Holy Cross. 21-
ae other is a mild one-Bay-
feating Texas. 14-6.
ew go on with the rest of my
Wi14, Duke 7
S1, Holy Cross 13
26, Cornell 7
N 21, Dartmouth 6 h eMda by WalbI ,.

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Democrat. Rhode Island


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Republican, Wisconsin

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Republican, South Dakota

Gov. WllIm S. BestdUle
Republican, Iowa

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RepubUican, Nebraska.

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Republican, Washington

Gov. Howerd Pyle
Republican. Arizona

Balboa Tides
Friday. Nov. 7
Hiah Low
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