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


Subjects / Keywords:
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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At US Writer 1 Senate, House
(UP-'ol4( .Pr bl''o ems
ROM, Nov. 7 (UP)-Gusepp. -
Att lo Tnoefi, ex-meniber QV "|
Parliament and a' former ,
tenant colonel, today challen U .
American Journalist James
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for writing that the Italian -- -
fense line was "made of spaghet '
t*n" t WASHINGTON,Nov. 7 (UP)-President-elect
and others-which aroused b- .9 -nhower is planning to meet with Republican
Ler reactsln from all seci t .Congress about Dec. 1 to discuss the Repu
the Italian press-in atemt p
art ole written in the Satu rda 1tive program.
S P1a= il.enge said- ep. Joseph W. Martin, Jr., thp Massachuset?
-%yoq. calumenator are not llon who is slated to be speaker of the House i1
cow u would certal o ress, said today that he understood Eienbi
a p mtolsn with e o to talk over legislative problems with C
prove Ue truth of the gratu t 's in advance of the new session starting .,
ffM Aurled y Y t republicans won hairline majorities in both th
011elI made known hl tla w 'd the House Tuesday when Eisenhower c
= JAp la letter to
S a letter o nsidency with the biggest vote ever given a
"t nel roteo te artlei l ial candidate in United States history. -
rticipatalo n W 'The latest unofficial tabula- majority on issues we thlnilr"
f esen setup, he toig- t votes gives, for the good of the
,b as*l!rong a "enhoer 32,527.194. But he rejected talk
A .and there eason 25,656,321. "working coalition"
.lxos A-o.fA* enhower has 442 electoral Repiblicans.
Ii nonqpIared to Stevenson's t teanwhile in K .
pha *40-s .warmed up after aM g
~' ~ oyer's victory was not -ll theWuimlassite
In the mIoritda thd _.410

j U4meie frst car to' ace a .-
1ep ofaum otW oS td were's ly-leted Chief Emwcutvive
Su lf ter Sa." hie said... ity -showed1 person answering som of the
gpra--alarit. "Pe I don't aanda of con aulR .
S ik we Would h won i fages that have
Eisenhower ad not the ng him since eat e
Sg sJ n him since election ght.
Sttiket. I q estion whether any For at least one o yo ye tk
other Republican codd have ay, Elsenhower also had ft
A t enbefpointlng to I0 U e'* 0 n e a company of more than $0 Rwea -
e, ad Aet e ,%el'lna h an e nemen and photographers. .i-
*t s~id "I .ttbifrE duJelr i t 'wethe Ceons mRtale lad- the sake of pictures,
.'d..w .' er m t-win take pia" er hit a succession of al
Vf MW o Te. uis ff Iplane crashnes aciOu Hallowe'en pranks after ill-me with flawless sand-blasting I
f IOK U* S." 'ri -)it_ "ailly" meeting with tLeme- from a trap putted repeated
decwhicbho ied in 194 were re- were responsible for seven teen- ident Traman Inthe week from a trap putted r
ai i dicaision kA il-ede lan today. a boys beln fined n Nov. 1.
Ina t fu e." n 1tr of that y gistrte's Court yesterday a Te legislative conference hqs and banged off whistling r
IUg teacher alle wtei r a t Blane comh tn Internoon. Two boys, 14 and b apparently been arranged so ome of these shots wee
Ier .r hearing a t in the IT erasslWd into the years old, were. found guilty of glsenhow. can talk over with e neighborhood of 230
h o plane's engines Lan lof killing. anlno t stretching a wire cable across legislative leaders such major or better.
ie school between phers, tw pZone tu- 81bert Avenue in Oamboa. on. atve problems as possible Elsenhower hoped for
^; d $en. o l Hallowe'en night causing dam- redIton. curtailment of eclon today. Theclub,.
S-. o' f 2 t e dv yocia age to a car which drove by. ent spe cnt has only about 200
High School0, a ollte lane e The two boys raponsible were tlon of price and wage controls, has asked its membership
Colre Bu -.4hej out ained, one $25, ad the other. Taft-Htle at endments mail not to ringguests
0U1,0 pupils in tb yreii who thought up the Idea. 50. and freln aid. c w t l
the 'YI s party Is living there --
g the day. in ayment of the sentence was sen. Robert A. Taft (R., 0) party ving there ,
lsutia : pended on the condition that said today -e did not expect by Jones's cot st
PMW ed today. al pret they pay the owner of the car senho to hae any serious 18th green.
rm arark e d. f thPaciic ated to be between $75 and trouble a b n his proRram The press' ha also been b r-
-M sure the ton of te day the Informat n the pre- through It h lHate. red from the course except on
was being carried away." vious accidetsas well as the he other five efendants. The Re~blipans are counting the specific invitation of al
le other said "It certainly .u"nell' recommendations to charged with disorderly conduct.o Democratic owe. taff.
ldt "ke me feel Md." hvp. the landing lane- chwed a were also given a suspended $25 8sap.igtIve pro- To the flood of rumor that
be r h t soind. o the hbe* io that lnes go over th-DI lb fi~se aplte on the conditich each a atherners arrived here hourly, most o
U.S. carRt plane remed to nlmInistead of Balboa. wilbe pay the damage done when they hw fo*l a.'a coalition withthem reporting side trips
la e window and come out rontained in a report she wilH threw ecks at lanposts in Gam-Repsiab lawmakers in the Eisenhower and the arrival
a tonde teen-age gl preent to Oovernor Seyold this boa, breaking the Ughta and pas. prominent figures, the Pre .
S-afternoon. panel. .. e Potion, Sen. Rich- dent-elect's staff said thg
S- he will ask RI ow.uor to A The young defendants' parents ar (D. Ga.) said least for the next week
wf o rda action through o ia were in court yesterday during iliaata will "co- Eisenhower hasn't a single-plan
Sthannels. the trial. o Vl the Republican except to rest and to play .tA .

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L ar t ed to Ike's staff, nth the -
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ks tocpe pledges e made drta
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treated As yet Ike's staff has given
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hospitafor i wasn't appointment, but then sith-
asuffered In the ;-mys r was any t
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of the plan to.entar the Tom-
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15 IS STOUR FORUM THI AADBeRS nwN OL-MNe It nas suddenly been discovered
that a man who had profound
a M \ I r n 11 Impact on our foreign policy had
Leeri in direct and frequent corn- f
I E i 'A (A L 0 munlcation with the head of the
SThe Marl Ba as an open forum for readers of The Pename Amer. 's Far Easternintellence
on. Letters are received gratefully and are handled ain wholly confi- Elsewhere it is learned that a
atial manner. Russianbroadcasting babe by the
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear the ::elluw name of Moscow Mollie
a day. Ltte..s are published m the order received. knows every'mve made on some
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. of our most secret atm-bom-bomb
0 Identity of letnes writers is held in strictest confidence. bases.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions The Soviets also seem to know
pressed in letters from readers jjst who In the U.S. can be '
s o blackmailed into serving as their |
THRIFT SCHEMIE sources s of foreign dollars and:
domestic propaganda.
All this adds up to a morn-
I ng-after-election headache for
r Im new in the Zone, but from what little I've read in your Dght D. Eenho It
i11 Box I gather that the government employes down here are means that our .un t ntel--
rither sensitive about their *"rights." particularly when those ,igence and counter prepagan-
rights are tampered with so as to pinch their bankrolls. In a must be revised on abi-par-
oeier words they have developed a high degree of "cost consci- liban basis. It oust be handled
oasness," which is "an admirable trait. It denotes a sense of: from ni w on as our foreignms %
tflrilt which fg usually found only among the smarter set. lic y has been at ti ses-w th
Here is one little right, however, which the Air Fore,, and the use of bi-partisan experts. .'
Army civilian emoloyes are overlooking. It is the privel-'e of wi aren't dealing with an or
making Class E pay allotments each month to the folks back dl rv enemy power. We cannot
home or to a stateside bank or insurance company, just as the use ordinary methods. The fight
military do. at no cost to the allotter. n against subversion should be tak-
The procedure is authorized in Air Force Regulations No. en out of politics right aft.,r this
173-55 and Army Regulations No. 35-1900. Nearly pla of the ci- election. Here's why. in just a
vilian employes in Germany and in Japan take ad antage of the 'ew instances:
allotment privilege why not here? Not so long ago It was dislos
It can easily save you as much as a dollar a month in l'd that Owen Lattlmore, a pro-
transmittal fees and postage. Furthermore your payments ur lessor of considerable influe Jce
savings will be systematic, which is another characteristic of n our Far Eastern diplomaters
the frugal smarter set. Jesks5, had writt.?n several letters
Judging from the size of the lines at the Money Order win- to an official Moscow Dropagan-
dow at the Curundu Post Office on pay days it would appear as list Comrade V. E. Motylev.
though the Air Force and Army have many a "dumb one" on At that time Lattimore edited
their rolls, the publication of the Institute
Could it be that the not-so-smart are preferred? Or, do you of Pacific Relations, called "Pacd-
suppose that this is a subject that both commands have decid- fic Affairs." sa11 .
ed not to publicize because the civilians have got it too good al- Most of these letters have lben "- -. "
ready? liscussed. One. however, has not .
If this little item goes by unheeded all the small talk about, nen seen around. In it Lptti- -.. .. --, --, -
penny raises in the cost ci milk, gasoline and what have you "nrp wrote to Motvlev in 1987:
warn ts a deaf ear. Here is a genuine thrift service that you're "If I am to convert "Pacific D *
cntlfled to by statue why pass it up? '~fiairs" from a loom, and unor-
AsI said before, I'm new here have I got the wrong slant anlzed collection of articles in- D dictator
on tois subject? Maybe one of the better informed can set me re a journal which has a recog-
stratiht as to how the Air Force and Army cater to their civil- nizable position and general 4 B B0 RUjARK
lan employes so far as the allotment question is concerned. ,oolnt of view, I 'nust rely very
__ considerably on you.
.- ^ ~ ~"If I could have from you an .
CANINE EXPRESS article in each number and if NEW YORK.-IT you've noticed tt --but is wor r l l e wort
these articles were planned to dying prose has seemed a little stAa rheterlo h as
Sir.V succeed each other in such a and slewlooted lately it la because e And a
*marner as to create a recognise- of same hap been trying to talk it .wor y it
cast week a little girl living at Coco Solo was bitten in the ble line of thought. It would be it. This is not as easy as it seems. away.'w
face by a dog belonging to a neighbor. Children have been bit- much easier to get bther contrl- I have here at the desk a gorgeI & leads e
ten by dogs before. but seldom under the circumstances sur- tutors to converge on this line." gizzmo called a Sound ScTiber, which non eWebtlal to al fi&
rounilng tni particular incident. These are the facts: Officilall. and on the record, of modern ingenuity. It a so simple this one ./ -
Lattimore knew Motyjt. as the backward child can operate it. Whe I was younk dlt
'1 The dog was flown to Coco Solo recently aboard a Navy head of the Moscow Institute It listens to you and it'tells you cV atU = a_
plane. Was this animal too sensitive to be subjected to of Pacific Relations. E(ltImore and generally fits the category kn Baefdk In
the rigors of quarantine? Or does his owner, a lieute- knew too that, tbease there and dandy. 1B.?, B
nant based at Coco tolo. ieel that such special privileges was so little kw of the The only trouble with it is that it
should be accorded one of his rank? ar East In WeWAMoan, his so bad that I haven't yet scr .
2) Alter thd bttAIg incident, both the doll and flairs," had courage to play with It.
S.wm iten to the Navyrioospital. tWhere the our pr. Upo how Jttad ptn be r i m
tt e andrturgedL to W home. The attending Xave here is a were sotrw wome-n.who. were Net I
clan placed the dog in quarantine for a period ~ a. pt by Lattlmore revised this opinion since att .
weeRs I4 order to determine whether or not the a 4 .. 'acm's Motylev's potat of lucid if .not sparkling ngish d
had rabies. A few strings were pulled, and less thaan~j ew; a secretary. The seeetr keeping a
\,. week later the dog was back with hid owner at Coco -But there are far more serious face as abe is nllpIng this. an the
Solol Lt-plications. There is no record There a something indecent about ,Uti. Sy
anywhere and it can not be said Itla like Making lows to a, Aew g"l. 1Just
S 3 Perhaps the owner shouldn't be judged too harshly for hat Owen Lattimore knew the your voie in a room fl a wi
his contempt of the law. His commanding officer, a full work of Motv!ev. However, ear cocked to catch your more tder .~f a
commander recently transferred to Coco Solo, had two Soviet experts will tell you that tions of permanent fealty. d
of his dogs flown down at the same time! Motvlev was head of Russia's Par The intention may be noble and the motive yot1, Andeon ) oon o
Dog-owners who have aired their grievances in the Mail .'astern Intelligence desk. pure but by the time it has been mouthed around' w's et On the pliae and ,
Box concerning the treatment their pets have received in quar- Think what you will of the and rubbed shiny by handling it seems to be was found today wean a 4 foot e tI d ugh
antine should have sent their beasties down via "Canine Ex- I attimore controversy, the facts hackneyed and insincere. b his f -lungl I. g pol to b.Ml
press.'t thereby eliminating the bother and expense of quaran- that the Johns Hopitns prof did not ded o namuauS1u e
tine. But then, how can all of us be designated "The Privileged ask this Motylev to create A "re- The main objection to dictatio into a ma- You leirned-to bite off your
Phew"?? rugnizable lhie of thought" so chine is that this particular dictator feels like an conso 'nl, to stay a fro, .
Just A Peon. that it would be "easier" for oth- utter fool stting all by himself in a room utter- claus 8and.uve str S ht soMBatlic W -tlg -
*r contributors to his magazine ing lofty pbrabes for his wn amusement. Ing wlt h l ,. ..
"to converge" on this line,, I would imagine that Winston Churchill did I got gi.M ibbly re a
JOHN L. FOR CZ? Had our intelligence service not hammer together the bit abdut bid o and or a a"m or a congressional o It r fl
be,.n aware of all this, certainly sweat and toll and tears while talking only for equal a court room s tah
Fellow Zonlans: :his "line of thought" could never the benefit of his cigar. th some ~ tufL.Italked lato the
Contact has been made with the office of John L. Lewis, hav swun us into yielding a There is so much ham in anybody who wres atved nnce. ver
who has expressed an interest in our problems.' If you are in- ontinent.h ,or t s aivgaeto is&anll neoa e stuf that nv st a th
terested in him as a bargaining agent see your local labor re- So lit has been through the bousander'hisorensc enlus on "a ipachine or an neweapapr ,nt un.. dic-t a
presentative or send me a post card, stating you are interested obviouslyaboreddg.In r ro
sad gillnO your name and address I will forward same to him nly a few days ago. the Bail- The other thins;is that even a brassy such, tiA. be ly u Must con
.,rd Union of the Pacific ran a as me comes dowh with an unaccounabid sh y- 'W ry ]n-S .1 WOIrI,
That is, If enough are interested in having him act in our be. story headlined "Moscow Spies ness when he is trying to spin a tidy tale of no ever. whe pe d OW4I N owon
Work Around the Clock." It was particular fastuPl Import to a dame who is not wit%" 9 "WB B.
Robert 51. Straus. a letter from one of its trusted appluding the fine Aoun texture of his .heterie which s
Balboa. C.Z. rank and filers who suddenly dis- K oreano r
r losed a babe known as Moscow
Answer to Previous Puzzle hule. our northernmost air basSouth Korean A rmy
S College Days C L101 0 AC 1600 miles above the Arctic Circle .
aw r o I5nd 900 mlI a from the Pole. was g .
N m 'PA a.. allegedly our most secret bomb- By pow EU
,BOBIONTAL 55One who *' P'AL ~ 'no depot. ;
S1 Collee in (suffix) ae The AFTV aen fprer wrote: "Ris-
Cedar Reapidge ,5A ct- rla knows as much about this WASHINOTON,I (NEA).- Worst ha e"We have .t
I owa '57 Short sleep Ia11 A ,%7r olace and the rest as the U.S.A the election and campaign is bound toi toft 4 dW& hat '
4 College in VERTICAL SSP does. Korean war Issue. wt i iy t.f
Houton, Tex. 1 Institute Campaign speech charges have b t
ustn C a .. a "'oscow Molly, Russia'sTok- about so recklessly by both, sides bA t I e
University in n Cleveland, vo RoseIsontan br beenalost o le to get at

TCurve college M iles away as the e rew and the I ment for the future is how bigR a de ^ 69b
examination 23 Opponent 40 Small h er fle-roetin to of its own the Repubi of Korea
S ea o 23Opponent 4Small pincer Thnle te s the men are how much aid it would require -roila
1o 3 Peulr 24 Ostriches 41 Put in doln4.* a1h sme time the. With a population of 20 million
SMu e indn queen -etally harmony. ,. oe doing ther. een to the been stated in some quarter that t.a.

38Component 7Consurre 27Statement pronoun The boys there call her "Mos- Toh bet 15 rsde Utiled8 ales
s Writing fluids 2 Musical 46 Destroy workers recent retued from in unorm and not all of them
11lSets of tools 31Swiss songs myths .igrhtly between 6 D.m. and 2 a.m. pulation. It would have been l
nmitakns 17 Imagined 33 Norse legends48 Profound Shc even lists the hi$ numbers arm another seven million m
mrbit rhat items about their Wives. could put 15 per cent of it. p..
SAOne suffering There is much more elsewhere .ense forces is debatable.
for a cause 2 ,q shbuut extortion, infiltration and Two factors are cited in this
35I Woman's even the supplying to asvmpithe. First, the very cream of Korea's
Sin I$ .tic Americans ofa full Ilst of 000 was largely wiped out n1 t ~
l n viet China, That's for another Korean casualties are now

lliverpfty of -z Rirht after election, both rer- 8eornd, a lower standard of
near .ties hold et tether to take shorter life expeotanch 8nd&
Swine olities. Our atel~nlience-must b capable of bearing arms.

frMov Goes Artisti P10nt is "over ,000."
I -.Ala. -(UP)- vision else, U.S. ground fI.
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*K-C^-- IM _--Bob D llon h as provided an ar- ax Army and one Maria* (-l
--- title background for his Avon Defens Secretary Robert A
InJ -: Mn movie theater here aet.that ROK tr are
In r -- turng classical films. bnter- of 00 men day. ThSlis
MOMthmiiaons between pictures will 000 or 20 div us a y At
ble patron to view art ex- take 10 year to biW the
Ms t in the foyer or eIn to twen m -sjren
classical music over the obest
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Sclubs. e farw go od.
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last diamond feummy with
wLJack of spades, and then get
ok with either a heart or a
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t fhe nine of .lubs when
r cashed the kin of clube.
was only the. second. time
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iM perhns he would nt Ione

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ME1 Wotn he announced
to buy sheep for the job.
JACOB t queen ot diamonds and take
-N Servlcef a = ln7.
E A Por 8outb. East's
777'I ue had been a desper-
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tile right trac1 and It worked.
41 J WhP dummy led the queen of
clubs. Weat rautted.
1 19Q10754 Orlyoae trump was left In
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'4- wI Ino OnouRh to pick up the
oA~l 5 7 am of spades-even If South
sjdi *e9 32 could eqt to dummy, which he
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pi: Ann Sher a n still like the one she played in "So
es at the %oid Oomph. but Young. 8o Bad," thq'independent
ph is what she's dishing up picture made by Paul Henreid a
In In U I's **Vermllion couple of years ago,
ale" after eight '.ears of "I was signed because thoy
-like dramatics liked me as a bad girl," Annr
limmed down and now a confided. "But unfortunately. I
fry-red blonde. An n was don't look that way In real life
flng It up in a rehearsal hall Nobody sees me as a wildcat or
y feet are raw and my legsslren."
fractured, but I'll make it"-- Not that Anne's complaining
beaming over her return to about her starring role in "Lydia
zippy singing. hip-%vwinging Bailey" or her lesser stints in
ces and flip wisecracks shelv- "Elopement" and "Dream Boat."
ed d when she put a "Rest in -But I know that I'm at mi
=Peace" sign on the Oomph-Girl best when I'm permitted to turn
stuff Ion the sexy side." sht walled. I
-"Honest you'll flip at this ple- must start slinking and sliding
.Lure. Ann said -It s real corn I into office doorways to prove min"
vwvqStage 1870. and wonderfully point. I'll have to wear tigh'
Hwdv And I've never been pho- dresses and stick a rose between
raphed so well in my life % Ith my teeth."
-'#te wildest red hair you've ever
en The whisper from London il
that Alec Guiness' disappoint-;
T.6m he reason Ann ditched ta-ra- ment in his new Britna#-tnade'
I m-de-av roles? comedy, "The Promoter," is the
The scripts just didn't come real reason for his insistence on
*4mffg after 'Shine On Harvest dramatic roles from now on.
'")4von.' That was the worst thin | .*
..3e ever done on the screen. It! Tighten your seat belts, fel-
sw as supposed to be the life story! lows--the "Castle Rock" will hit
f Nora Bayes but after they cut the screen when Stanley Kram-
b cut her five marriages there er's "Eight Iron Men" plays the
."-wasn't a story to tell." movie houses.
-* I'm talking about Mary Cas-
.. The last-word dept.: For 12 tie's derriere wiggle in the film.
4*weeks Peter Fairchild, the artist, "It's embarrassing," blushes
'worked on the portrait of a fa- red-hAired Mary, "I wasn't try-
mous Hollywood couple. Other ing to-er--switch on purpose.,
day they called off the marriage. It's just the way I walk." Her
At the suggestion of the wife, answer to why Hollywood never
Artist Fairchild repainted her discovered her eloquent derriere
husband into a flaming red win- swing:
dow drape. "I played in westerns and nev-
er got off the horse."
Knits For Warriors

Fernando Lamas is getting the WEST POINT Miss (UP) -
hotfoot for his alleged "ungal-; WES POT MS (P -
lat" Quotes about ex-grl friend 'Mrs. John D Parker haseknit-
'Lana Turner (she just nixed him ted 131 sweaters for service
as her leading m a n in "Latin men although working full-time
Lvers" ). But Arlene Dahl is a as manager of X greenhouse!
self-anoointed attorney for his here.
defense., i
Fow dating Lamas, Arlene told
've found him to be the per-
t gentleman on the subject of, I
i ana. I've never heard him sa G
4wan unkind word about her and F
Sw'don't think he ever did."
W. Arlene's new let-prooelled ca-
r now h3s her playing a Ra,"
er-snappinr musical comedy
en who leads a leopard
iaund on a diamond-studded t
i ?"ash in Bob Hope's "Here Come
*~he Girls."
-. ."And what a role." she purred
"I'm a combination Mae West. I .
an Russell and Theda Bara \
L*- five songs--the w or d s all
L have double meanings-and two; i
Bi7 dance numbers. I sang a lit-
and waved a fan around in'
t-" ree Little Words' but this i:,
1 the first time I've had a rept!
chance to sing."
Some people like Ike. some like
Adlal, but Susan Hayward likqs
Spiking the rumor that she Don't Mfl upset, "jittery" next day.
quarreled with Bob during film- because you ate, drank, smoked too
ing of "The Lusty Men" and that ma-smkedrto
she isn't happy about his assign- u "ch'henigh before Takesparklng
I meant as her co-star in Fox's Eno at bedtme and you'll q icly
forthcoming "White Witch Doc-1 help neutralize excess stomach
tor." the flame-topred star told acid, and ease upset "full-feeling"I
me: Wben you wake-take Eno as a gendde
"I like Bob very much. We got Iaxaft ie.Caution: use only as directed.
along fine in our first picture EFFECTIVE DOUBLE ACTION I
Somebody got the bright idea of
starting a feud. Publicity, that's .ANTACID-reiaeve.s
all. Bob'a a very funny fellow. sour somch'astnd
beanubum promptly.
At I never heard him say one L. AXATIVE-quick-
t g out of line. He's very sen- l relies temporary
a iSve and nice." mss..
before breakfast.
Blonde Anne Francis is feeling K
off the "Sweet Girl Type" stick-
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Sp.' m oe hee eCoiego Club r idTaOno
o s hild on Saturday h the Churchch of the CA-
W.dftokfLt a dinner .3p p. at the Hotel jjvojl. thedral of Luke held their
BIT. WWJa-. Angus.. M an As i Mi ed to m a k e November 2 th t
givhe. ib min Cam- the rervations y telephon- Blahop Mi .at
MathMM.i*rS. kMArold tzert on, balboa good attE .*n.e" ed,
A ..' 1.or Mrs. Walter Dr y j a, all Officeps aa
Mrs. Uesela Tejelra, of the over be
r M all away t, Unlverlsty. o? P AAma, will lbe per WN
rUnited I ur Orou to t La R.
Boiv"iaff .I easc Rebekh Club Meets Tonight' at d tor
ce ^S*' ebezkah uiuo wi meod o.
i c s a Ad trat)on, at '7:30 p.m. ar Lne Wir Mem- a 'l
vi Au r .4cs 0r1hiso oral Home on BalDoa zoa: will beat De-
wfins honor v everw aMrs." Vera Bolek will preside at cemie
friends o= e the n eeting to wnien all mem- ,
eat aT ers and heir guests are in- Meetl% Yor
Fem R vld. A Social sottr will fol Sehel .r
-w Am ot the epor Olrl
VaeaMelons W Scouts of 11 illhold a
ot Us-diedStates
ie. atndM. o a l-a Ballet At National Theatre mneethl tmorhw .at 1:00 p o.
Guard Jr., td Mr. and Mrs. 'Iner M I ad y a d neurwematte in th 'Lttle Hl .B.alboa.
jrgo ardsa .left the Isthmus School or Ballet win present a -F
by. place recently for the Uni- Ballet performance on Sutday Me.t._ For .
ted' tates whenthel plan to at s:0b p.m. at the National SeH eet- T Ae,
@ w Vn werh atlroonll i neatre. ',ickets may be pur- .,,meet-G la ., .
ted States9 chased at the box once. lof". t" ,t"al "is hed 1952,"I
M.'.as Corporate Cnmmunion ,dy- o la ter Clevelan, Qho' A
Ia'ri*f as 'o eld 4 Sunday vel Hal. ph oto.,. t-- e-
?In r i .fra Jr left A Corporate uommunion for tried's WB l'Park a-wr the
p,)m it by bylne for the members 6f the Altar Guild,] i&ttitl--pt adso ,the joi ofkd tng
d 0-a CoIambla wh-e r e he Evening Guild, Morning Gulls i Panama the entry know tt O, is
.for somfte time. an women of e paro-e w o.
ofh wiSt.e held in the CaAheoi ral u-three~mo tour of Europe. Ht 1 ndw.'1s-spshot cae0ast
t of St. rnin aIAtcon on sun- She Wnt considerable time in -froOCtt.16 toJNov. 5. Tl be
rty. day mormng at '1:30 am. __Inct
'Dickergonk following the service break- Pabe Aare Antiag hertelf with el. bb; *enaubotsandust b e.pi-a.
oer at a fast will be served in the An-beattCalurlt.e e mu H0oDw~ lsublet and .stWe
But e by M r can Clubhouse. .. ...-
D o -asiaon of.
his M Monday Evening Meeting
t homeKeghts. For Music Group
A rst- rclothc- TheMusic ppreclation Group. AUo T
which wuas cen d witt 1awill meet on Monday at 7:30
birthday cake n rose At p.m. at the home of Mrs. E. 8.~
10:00 at.a. fet a was daker, 796 La Boca Road.
S0dt thbe. 4 t8l .1eats'who .Mrs. Baker will be the hostes-I
p Sergeantnd .Mr.~ Carr, '
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Nevada. left during the month df December...
7|, with hbi 'The. ilspestms aire made in
ee visiting the Anoan iWd.OrItobal garage
-s w... F. 1' the'o Transportatlon Dl-
n Yao0 1Bifptnpectn lanes -at'
C bo E ca Were .peneo this
w, Cal- eek@ agC. 'cntilitue In oper-
St. atlon eal rk 10day ,from 7 to l
am theiri. two a.m and, from nooIn u0til 4 p.m
ch ~ den, ny 0td Xee, plAns until? further notice.
toi on. ta Isthmus with Commerial v4hies registered
h et .I n.. inPanama ars,lanwujrd to be In-*
pc. ... ted, oF. eration-In Wh6 Ca-
RAm l llmLZe Ue. XtDetibn certificates
S wadRseld attelers aw is-
ot sued toipei mthe ii operation In
h JsL t- the.Odnal' Zone. Vehiles licensed.
S0 A. In the interior provides are ex-
eutldh empt from t4 ro~)uIMtona when
they ,,, -tratslt,
can and through t ealo detIfna-
e ,e 8kbefl to ted routes
rtaite Balboa New nle '.wlrn* be issued
a" t. fWr House Mon- for commercial vehicles rerister-
dwys through Fridasyl between ad in the. c' al Zone until th'
the- loars of $:00 p.h..and 4:00 a-rs or t have passed ir
p.m. up until Nvelber 21. sec ecles regiterei I
Fai l the Reubl of f aneama will b,
lb PVe1fLV peVn*I&tt ta ite In the Ca-
1Speas fasmam Cla6b nMl ad B 0o-n matil rext rebru-
SCard. QU typ will ary I w 192 ipebution
'be O M. e Ptickers and.rae lfoats.
Sapse Qara.and 6 ba lInageeted
itOatf .AOAm0 at the Anc e c-a irer
fbp=. at the to use the. t6 Thclng
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Want to hear what one of et. Such a husband doesn't feel
the men who reads this coluW henpeckedd. He feels It is good
has to say about men, women and healthy for his wife to
and marriage? It's encouraging spout off like Old Faithful.
and so should be passed aong ,,__ .... o
to women. When he gets tired of It-
"Some mn love a well-kept, off to the lI game goes the
attractive home, while other head itan. True there are oth-
suftefini from too many puff- en who wilt and die under such
ed-up plqws will take -off for treatment. My point is that one
the Caadia wilds. man's meat Is another man's
"There are men who love well- poison."
polished ash trays placed cor-
rectly around their abodes...' In case you sometimes get-Jed
while others must and will drop up.trying to be a perfect wtf
a cigaret ash around on the remember the mtn's word.
upgs how and then to test their There's a lot of truth in them,
ego and Independence. ,._
"As for women's looks. Some
of is like the pony tall, while
others are nuts abut poodle cuts.
Some loe to see their women
dressed .to the teeth, while oth-
crs stumble all' over themselves
whe.' "ir women get tight-
fitting, jullud-up blue Jeans on.
"Believe it or not, some of us
who are pretty rugged Just roll
over and purr when we are
calie dealing any time, any retrigeratisn
"You may not believe it, but
many strong hearts get g kick
out of having the little woman
tell them off. Of course, there Isl
the other type, who wants to be
called 'mister' with a big build -
"Do you know that- there are
many men who are literally
slap-happy that their women
make most of the Important de- K L -
clalons? Mr. X was wreathed in KLIM
smiles the other day at lunch- pete af
eon because Mrs. X had found
apartment and moved while
he 4 awaw on a business trip.
"Strane- it may seem, some @,
Intelligent d successful men
actually enjoy long, dra.wn-out 'm
arguments and seem to d row R in Pre ersias the World Over
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H-oh _-,[ Write Al eheIlek eieas"emoes. ga9 ful El Valle for a cool inexpensive
FOR SALE -Eleen 48 Ox 60 anl FPEE! FREE! FREE 2031 Ama C. weekend. _
t:o 31 x 41 Borde,,zed .teell For All
eneto an x 4 B. ood cndteeon STUDEBAKER OWNERS 'D' WENDEHAKE. Medical chlnic. PWil'. Oceanside cottages, Santo
Ten be.nad, reure codton STUNov. 1t., hru Nov. nd. E:tuchante Street No. 140. Be- Clara. Box 435, Balboa. Phone RATS are
teawobedspread P pressure : 'our Studebaker w Be Gre ed and' ieen "K" and "J" street. Phone Pannmp j. 1877. Cristaobal -1673. EXPE ~IV OGUE8TS
0590.A. Mndi street, Arcr. completely inspected free of charge FOR SALE cGroamllch Santa Cara bo.ach. IF YOU REA .Y WANT
Phone Blboa 428 vs our shop ad Display room. O cottgI. Electric ic boxes. gas TO GET RD OF THEM
b-- AGENCIAS PAN AMERICANAS, stoves, moderate rates. Telephone
FOR SALE Solid walnut dining, S. A. MJgHeUianela 6.441 Gambi. 4-567 Pedro Mi- USE
table and six chairs. In excelleri (Below El Rancho) FOR SALE 120 ls Accrdi EVEuel.
condton.Call 86-3281 or see a T.el. 2-0825 Box 428 FOcR SALE" t120w tebss l One ba, IN
Surfers 142-B. Abrook FOR SALE-1947 Cadillac 62. Cn- regstrs. Phone l boa 2746. N Rat & Mouse Killer -
' FOR SALE-3 sels wooden salonce, ertible. Duty paid. Nice cond -1 $150.00. of tt
tbor LRed.LSgroor dn 9 .br, House 2. SALE Pair Registered Great HOU-e (contains WAR-AR) a
room. krchen, 4 amv tpe lboa. Dane puppies." Fawn with black FOR RENT:-3 bedroom furnished GEO F. NOVEY. INC --
8.00 9 e" x 60. e bnd. 3- FOR SALE:-1950 DeSoto Hardtop, masks. Phone Balboa 1606. house, $150.00 monthly. For in-. .
Sformation telephone Panam Am- 279 Central Ave.. Tel 3-040

S centty oerued. $0.00; e Electric trains. 2 engines. 20 a den. ee ili- I K RENT MODERN FURNITURE >
Original boi. $5 00; Electric floor, transformers, tar sale cheap. I r6'. e Novll etc. A______|_______T OUR 8__OW.__o_ _
polisher. $22.00. I.ffet iSde-, A. Calabash St.. Balboa. 61. Feurth July Ave. Tel. 2-1446 ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS lsefu pOlser
boarde quartermaster metal $20.- 300 DISCOUNT 30e FOR SALE. Silver Racoon, coot Twi and five room furnished and
00 House 13-A. Pedro el.CHRYSLER On All sze 14. Tel. 4-588. House 297, furnished apartments; private e- HERES
S O 5 ._______ n ore PLYMOUTH PARTS Pedro Miguel. Call 5 to 7 p. m, closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street. rO Auto Row
FORl SALE Re eroor ood EoPPED FOR SALE: Pypen and ba New Crlstabol. Telephone Colon Te. 3-ei .
after m. Hoese 96-A ,SHOP IN PANAMA Eith wheels. perfect condition. Te-
Fort ia00ton. eTo Service Your Car lephone -1539. No. 54, 45th .St FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apartment. -- '--
Fort avo. --. AGENCIAS PAN AMERICANA3. t Apt. 5. completely furnished' lots of cahSpDaleS BXtet. A t
FOR SALE: Lorg 9 pc Sph A household uensIs. Above chalet
. typeOdining set I ;46-A Mangc l IBelow El Ranchol FOR SALE: 25 cycle refrgerator No. 3. East 30th street. Panama. Shipping. moving stotago
. on Amldor d 9 Tel. F0825 Box 4r Feet. White poreeln finish in FOR RENT.-Furnished apartment. We pack and crate or rnovE
.FOR SLE ; c,cle 9 t Cold- FOR SALE :-Chrysler Sedan 1948 and oul. Like new Distrbudora residentheal home. $150, monthly. anth7
spot.*guriAnL e April 1933 Ex- ,n very good condifon, new 6-pl, Electrica. S. A. lElectric Distri- 2 bedrooms, ivangroom, dining- ny 'Phone 224 1.
cellerft condition. Call Balboal tires, radio, duty paid, will sacr- butors, Inc.) Corner of Ancon reem, porch, kitchen, pantry, 2-2562. Panam 1
.1432 tCce $950. Telephone 3-3213, Avenue ot H street, Panama, R. maid's room, stove, refrigerator, tme
FortC o. .Avenida Cuba 58 apartment 8. of P. furniture: bedroom, livingroom, -e .
F EpW W n d Cb58 renpEaiSdlningroom, porch. No. 21 East
t p WOdiigsantedn l El r Ch Flee- FOR SALE: One Remington 12 43rd Street. Telephone a 3-4849. or Ar
5line -Tudor, radio, heater, white gauge Wlngmu ster shot gun, model 2-0584, Panama.
WANTD: Maid general house walls, excellent condition $850.- 870 AP. One savage, model 5, 15 fl UlLOL
leaning. sleep in English spoken 00. Coil 88-408, Ft. Gulick. shot 22 rifle. One Hollcrafter FOR RENT "mnS rated
O ___ FOR SALE:-1952 Lincoln Hard Top do, model S38. House 130-B. O P1 HOURS
r on ---o.----hBelo--i Capr, Coupe, Iake new, only three Gambuoo. Phone 6-314 Roitn.22 a an
monthrc N f2.Ers
WANTel. A-Cooa mu n hosede months old. Will accept trde-in. FOR SALE:-Registered Great Done FOR RENT.-Furnished room wth orA Thel. at- .S
ferenes. An-er.can fomil. God fe ncinancing also valuable. Telephone puppies. Fawn with black masks. hout meals, to young ldyth or rom Lu Thetre
salary. Sleep in. Appli Federico Panama 2-472l ask for Mr. Hen- Phone Balboa 1606. ge.hnut memsa N you l50'd.ot I L. "o"
Boyd Avenue No. 20. Bell Via quez. or AuoRow No. 29 fr entlemn. No. 150 EstudionteS. HA
2-349. Panama. quez or Auto-Row No. 29 for FOR SALE:--Drofting table 3 ft. first floor apartment "i" to the mist
WANTD--Good cook to live ,n.I file, cap size. 100------.00 At 57B A
must be good ,th children, re- FOR SALE -Ford convertible 1952, Curundu 4:30 to 6:00 p. m.
ferenees required. 2321-A, Con-' Sira.ght or with Hi-compression r- I re r ---
troct Area. Curundu. Hends 3-4 race com etc. House --- -V IU ll f ,
t --- 5C.5-B. Co:ol.. Lewis. SCOUT NEWS Br 1 N
v .r.metm.nranIs FOR SALE:--199 Ford 4 Door V, Doe FO UA DRE FT REF '
fvernmme m ul IfRadio. l Seat Covlee up --s--w-ihedWalts. Ftox-
salary. VerySclean.epCall421af Balboa ecBalboat.h e ou, Waitte -Lu'. L'"

Bod eiN2ll raisee olSAE 94P uth seedn, vfor tS.eIng to IRhumbmaa. N 0mba,.
1a rt$400.00. Perfect condition, plastic Pack 13 at Cocol. It was jointly b.x O. r Tango, Mambo. _-R
I O-f r.f ,.1 0 uhttr, ado, good t.res. Call announced by F. H.: Conklin AG eB. Yugosaia, Nov. r-n : .,
16f;opposite Past Office. Ci organiation and e rxteesalo President of Serbia by a leading Y. C A
W IAINOTo, Nov. 7 iUP- FOR SALE:-1952 Plymouth, excel- chairman of the Canal one Commulst P official for a. $
he government today granted len condon. Pce $2000.00 Coucil. Boy Scoutsiof Amertiea. eed we stea8 thase th:-l .al'u l a
tke avLeage 15 per cent increase- cah See it at Arena Elmar or cll For reregiserng time Pack Comm es to the Yugoslavia
stee to manufacturers of au- Tel. 3-0706. 13 qualified for the "Forward on mty Congress into

st resrthe o co 42 short. Telephone Bal- committee. Peter ttambolic of Serbia

nRot.5nuMchrdi. boa 1572 Thom.-odi Aw Jenks n newly stealin- his wife.e
ouaer-yc leall Col-a6104. --",Balboa
Sat- the lyAattenteiConalnb ateRowmanre-atoV AtS N a
Indu try sources said another r Ae -icouple desires 3 or 4 room u detd M srm Soa Though impartial obse. er 0 i

t fo Into automboi es or ou e Fa or in a d e ute Pa f t Yuesirta ftor d accs the a in .. --ationt
O pt rtsinthe AtOei aDir the W. Clhon olre manitieo Pdtckor so thna o f Serbia b hg oCla-o.
Tod tiS o t of 1.o050.007 cars ine cAE:hal rm an oftheC Pa ck he wasr telert O amf ro0

hernolentoughaby rindstry,:unt E eItn .oran coommtitte- ee, h .V.i BanOYnines n rldethousand s oflcl erty orYgoslan o -
fteDeense Producgiontl c rdeas- IANTED -To buSeeitClZ or entma'berassoistd bF. 0. uclo aned Iats dhenounctngm huPaack

I batiomn s fadtrs wurloald et Tel. the Nruen asrme belFwards ofbe ,,uish ortaCsngressIde6dT

h "stessing ne on thel- cNot, 42 shalort teone BRl-e e t ,t eeI. .k 1 1 are: eru m lSantmbndos of prioa oBen. .
e muarv'M. tc p.ed. o.rba de 572.- rro20 in Thomr A. JenkCt newly stealt ing he a wIonfe. olt A ar. e
m Industry sources said he0 ex- Amercn couple desires 3 or 4 room eleCTed lnbastrO vrola1ra Though impartial observera- .. th olo

sc ts, maoherie t beanan b00 f.uh ap actrmn i oelleaVise r byin Mtnr d 'Mllordeae n oncede Do puch m hventero satM-r

o ta n e on.n Mfo5u t .o C-f o a n o. 5r Al0ln R6s. .i. o DRio d and fr e .H re san.u n ed t c r- R
S ro presauitorill e an d ler n neral c. Robn al e arnt e amattentid witnutd e etial tiedna Ft TheCly
e aditoal otehlie enx ete5- WANTED:m apraegn o c3.3 19 ls in Pa 1redt ad c e T- w nerans otond the mal tt by oeveratnr am
"t l t rs e bast r. sa2renanANolT EINne' gd rc. oiit An -Re-t. P e u n of .ng. hg l Ties degatess aneou ed Cal one e
ivhudo ti make another 400.000. i n sectr Telephonel 2A Brown, MonardL MOiran. Bohalyn offldpr aor
thoe -fromont pre-Korean levels W 8d Manraryit d wor Jberasi pte ac k d a or. bdck or- e n 1ta0ro d then Ion ernen" rw
1 ii J fnu ar and the 55h au- I -Deep hoeee. 6tcycle blue b bMel aw.areder WCl a the .rostre yeesterda m akngr, a ?he theih ow 'l
"most peingt ase ealod athe d 0nts 42ployment oeyet J ra cause Comrade Peter Stambolmec of n tter r Otere:

eog steLove Taoed a25 for month or E oD WrAte m Eent or se John Bateman and Samuel stealin l mr wife out dwS BB~Y op. Edward a
w cnrs hdsith ed a d rigeraVtoraIe-. t OEm so o Marshal mes eor

Bt I te ov .as e t e b enec. Jors Oii a lWM he.em.
Eu tmnSa soe nesto400h0i LEGAL sOrTeleCE 2- iron tion Mocran.d4oinhntnh Slummis, n a ac-
Ing tios nsirl frihad.b.end while Ceran antd7:00 br ted- mes comments insudc t urned Hen- aAfo

Sfrom r UNITED STAT6S DISTRICT COURT rom. at the Pedro M Bguel Rym- Dv nce Tomorrow f o alven.
ae freeze Y CharlRe THs DISTRICT Of THma naatiumh y the 1 cneanddicmoes I lea int mhrs al thd t Pfor s
tCha.d.n on aa the e. from the floor Crs robl and John dden
0 civil Items such as who is going vin C*rw a c r e rd blth re o to"Seuin g yo is eitoewn
and TV sets. December and Janueary, and who JTames Tackett, Jaek Go tog artt -" tenbl heorb wac- ite
etoincrasesowilleassurNethenherey--ntthe olonel's
a have mald ho ants employment malt Rchard Hayes. John Jan- cause Conrade Peter Otamboic of
hLove erTaed $25 for month or so. itrote Bi t ohnganIndas alin my wife."
I NCOL., Neb. ,UPg-Ere Diablo, C.Z. Fields. W yne, Gaielsd. To mas D Sureh was t off the r mero- =, harrsi.on-Rudy

fined $2. After a state pa- Oeee _t_ W ___________ a4
Smith, sawhim, EAL CuOTIEesPacu 11 of Pd
Man Ray GL NOTICE igte hl a-he36n A0d ancemet Coin' Slummin- at^ reeian
h s girlfriend heCeremony on Wedneday at 700-
R9 FOR i "THE DISTRICT THE n-slum. B17 the a ft of Wandles

o H SR Te e TH DEe:ed Bobcat Awd 3sy Konop. thell YMCA-USO, wl
A ithad aske o hstve.n, Preeot. B Andrew lan.t .iojh el eak-p be hedtomorrow. n.
5 e Dsieo AtC Co An rMegr o &n Paas a ert o dances are planned bi
Vt C ima eiasnthion Oc ONT DFORTA l d h .cWolf the Social Acvities Com tee
H. ren cStumi f rh and membreercs of the oirls
ofte Arthur Jaehph Visceosa Ree k ver arrow Oanttlo, whose effort
steel strPelate sesedmen'ered endPhonet31 .. ( ont o D e. Ec agFe, oef lvine

bImk AND H EArIoNG APPLICATION Roc hicanthment of service men on their off
FOR IhaTlfRm ate oirt.euoa, with petiUea fur "Daani d hou.
TIcihelienit heas odhi ginohuUva ef aiod n uti, cid th t b Iurted ou:___yudownE_____
r l The willm aid whoe thePubIplthmentt Che Ca ,- ,-e a eteSafo
Love.eaxe d.a5 d f .- im oth h"C.. Wrt.. :te Box 91, ene onBat gema a n d Samefl s g n-

it C urov emb Oer e l lle sa1e'- i 3 fin fnal gE -ephon) as, son pas the nmad storm&c.
Nevembee N, I e1 nJoan.imilpemand seestod in $.l eeae
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gag oser tier lilting formally -cigars, but the girls back in 9ff
ted to relish the ladylike stogies on. lotion in-Queec.wb ere- 4
e weed byv film drcclor Alfred Hitchcock.- However. Mis Ivelyn eq, rant M fd. ,
been smoking a pipe for some time, and Bot dn tobacconifte WlIay Ep~tem r l. eae a
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R-RAISING EXPE RENCE-Tommy ,elults, 4, sken for a little ArL Those long ctirir, Iest. wire reale IU mto
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NotiM of overtime to nd stopped off to
Wb. families at cities 50 S a- A while on trips betwe
.ot o: bla route. and New York City a
Te double life of ne iW jery.
9O0, concealed almost p y -
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One of the 81-year-old truek- ir
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MIn a Vt#inuig research into then factors
t i. e Paul Smith. Jr., uses a dummy to
bm y which ala ta pet.teuW di perpiation output are measured
Lr gher dfttermhe which of clothing provide the greatest
i brth "DorK fty with wires, rides an electrically
gdsvkzeaoing tar pulse rmtkMn blood pressure during a fatigue test.

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the three new plans, and the Arabs, and Mexico, to name the
U. N. called a reesa in negotia- most active-have been talking
tions that as still in effect. privately with the Russians to
The U. N. took the stand that try and determine if there Is
the lqnath of the,reewa waa pp any "give" in the Red position.
* to the .theds, tat the talks are And there are more proposals
Aot to be conleted ended, and to come.
that 4hey will resume. Whe the
e "are re y to piat n Everything appears to hinge
gJ. t Whether now that the elec-
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piciuresque vllage In Um 1p PRO IWCE, R I, Nov 7-
tan Winkle territory of the Cat- (1p)-An attractive Florida girl
sI Mountains 50 h.le1 to.the alegedly ambushed her father
south. and smashed hs skull with a
Afr W. law-hamrer .he today "be- POLICE QET FAST SUK
After Wood's death.'both wives cause he made me ugly-looking." mTis -pound buck gives
filed claims on his estate and The father, Ralph Burns, 52. This 1 l0-pond busa f
tuth suits turned up before of Lakewood. R. I., was hoe_ a sauyr7 FSbiry aahehaul
Rensselaer County Surrogate Ed- pltlIIsed in critical condition by paddy wagon to hi me on
ward J. Donohue. with a skull fracture. Belle Isle sanctuary, at Detraoit,
Mrs Anna Wood of 8pugertles Mich. It took eight squad car
told e startled judge- he was The girl, Mary C. Burns, 23, of police to cptue te animal
the "first" wife and therefore the of Daytona Beach, Fla., was when he swam away from his
"sole lawful widow surVifn the booked on a charge of assault slad hIOms -
iecedent." She said she married with intent to murder.
Wood in Catskill. N.Y., in 1941. Police said she told them that
But Mrs. Jean Wood of Schagh- for 10 years she had harbored Midl ai Asks
tlcdke. who is pregnant.' also hatred for her father, whom .IWID I y Asks.
filed a claim. She said e re- she had not seen since he separ-
cently found a letter in Wood's ated from her mother in 1937.
papers written by "Anna." In the "He's ugly-looking and he ls ln
letter, Anna Wood warned that made me that way," police quot- g
she was goine to get a divorce. ed her as saying. Hef rs, l
.Jean Wood said. |i
Mrs. Wood No. 2 said Wd A few days sago, she i the A lot of yo heer and
avher 1 a w support le her Florida home where she A new lot of youn heifersand
gave her $100 a weeto prt w giving with her mother. and bul d from Mindi Dairy are being
berrelf- and the four children. came north by busm carrying a offered for sale to local buyers,
Mrs. Wood No. 1 did not name claw-hammer in a paper bal. according to an announcement
anv fire I Arriving here Tuesday she took yesterday at the Supply and
But the lawyer for Mrs. V said a room at a hotel and this Eervice Bureau.
the trucker nade $200 to $300 a morning went to the GrinneUl Invitations for bid on the pur-
week by "putting in long hours." Co. plant where she knew her chase of 25 Holstein heifers and
The second wife said she father worked., 70 young bull calves have been
thobuht her husband used what When she spotted him. she Issued. Bids will be accepted un-
he didn't giv? her to pay for a leaped from her hiding place tIl 3 p.m. on November 24 at the
Buick he bought last year., and slugged him with the ham- office of the Supply and Service
Except for the letter Mrs. 2 mer, police said. Twd men who Director or at the office of the
found, there was no evi=ce witnessed the attack disarmed General Manager of the Cem-
that the two wives knew of each her and turned her over to the alsaary Division in Mount Hope.
other. Wood married his aoond police. The sale of the young calves is
wife fqur -yeas after his first _______ a continuation of the practice
marriage. A Insatited several months ago to
Max GOomltein. attorney for ArmitlSt e ULO y orovlde local cattlemen with an
Mr1 i, sald Wood's children by opportunity to purchase pure
tier ranged- t age from one to D ce At JW -US bred stock for the Improvement
10 years. e U of their herds.
The children in SchaRbticok.Set For Sunday The Holstein heifere will be of-
?.re of the same age, inclUding lered in five lots of five each
-..An "Armistice Dray Dance" wil ranging in age from seven to 19
An held at the UDO-JWB Armed months. The young bull calves
Justice Lodge elveUe e t Arwill be offered for sale Individ-
Road. erve enter, La Bcaall or n groups. The is
Meets.Tonight music will e furn ed by Pete pl at Mdi Dairy where
mbo's orchestra, a fav9riat may be Inspected by prospec-
Justice Lodge No. 832, IBPO- the USO-JW*P ent pprr- tive purchasers.
The heifers arp highgrade
EW will hold a regular meeting ted detorationb a ,n ments Holstein stock at-h Da All
tonight at 7:30 in the La Boaw add to th even tn, Holstin stoe% A
L adt 7:30 iHall. n the La ry nnel t ave been tuberculin tested and
Stion of n a therefore, ae free of tuberculo-
R pei. 0e" & ted against blackleg, anthrax
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I:' ~ BestFor School Social Wear "-,3;
S RESDET AND MRS. REMON LCHEON Alexander, WilliamBut BestF r Sch l S cial W ear
S GUTS O GOVERNOR OF COLON cher,. Mlrs. M. A. Everett, Mrs.
W. R. HugW Mrs, H. M. H
The Governor or the Province of Colon, and Mrs. Jose Schoolfield;- rs. Robert La"-
lanria Gonzalei entertained uith an elaborate buffet lunch- Imatsch, Mrs. A. M. Duplus, Mrs. Wee 0i ,,
r on iedne"da Ito honor the President of the Republic, His D. F. Ridgeway, Mrs. James ,
.xcellency Jose Antonio Remon and Mrs. Remon. Doran, Mrs. Joseph W. Tudiflls,
'Fle President and his lady "ere visitors on the Gold Mrs. Robert Meroer, Mrs. WI-
C(oamI for the celebration of Colon Day. Three hundred of- Ilam J. Heinecke, Mrs. Peter
itc.'lis of the Republa- and Colon. with others from the Canal Kinsella. Mrs. Thomas Sech-
Zone, rm. Narv and Consular Corps were present with the rest, Mrs. W. A. Cecil and Mrs.t
honored C. W. Snyder. e ..'
E Th Ina, ,c nirld at th 'chldR outlined with net to Coon Day Celebrate 3-Mu t
b .u [ui II.n iF:ilncir of the match the dress. On her ha At Strners r 30Cl
Go. rnn' on Ith Jnd kooneelt she wore a tiara of net andor- Colon Day w celebrated 4-
A ,nchids. M with a gala dance at the Stran- 4:o0eWh 'e
Th attendants were grs Club Wednesday evening
M r.malia Bernarde7 Sylvia Mann and Miss lma The affair was held evening. th -
us P..r. ,..11. r. Chaney Rodriguez. Their dress were onstar ballroom with mus- 520- a or
S r, a dlouul, Iin c yecm oly ati made to match the maid of le by the Rosari.o Espnei (Co )
Stie ulatIe conceptiJnr hono '3. Miss Mann woze lights trying( Orchestra. .5: cWhact Yo r1te
S Chuit'h 1n G I .,u : Mi.l Aiiai. :i blue and Miss Rodriguez Nile T he Club was decorated wth ( on
S :- lCa BnilldCl,. daughta. rot reenr They wore matching he lub was decorated wi forthae 5:0-New
MI and ?..' A F Crusy. of headdresses of net and orchids occasion. Among the large 5:3--N w rat o r Pot
Mi. 7. IPnd i *.aA F p a'inted their hoireand carried col- occasion.Among thetlr eW keyot Iepnil' Your haos.t e
Gatln plien~tnc iei tro:h e P in their hair and carlred colo- number of members and guests n u
o f .I l. e } M u
E..rl ir s. io Folt Darvis lh bouquets o orchids. ho attended were the follow- Teen-agers t ill find wonder. 6100---Mt Intrlud
of i-ihiia. rll iia. A ) Ball The uShroup and P. oarol ng deputies from the National ru iv washable ,ardrohes 8 o
of h a. Genig n a. Jackson Stroup and P. M Assembly, Felix Oiler, Victor thik season..OnC alf-tashahleu 6:
athe JrUhm ui C (' A uio Navas. Ernesto Estenoz. Henry costume features an orlon-and-
o ,catrd at the Tcehreon A reception was held at eim Jr and the Mayor o ra"on skirt with unpressed :30 -BL R cPr

trees and a preludee oa appopia nr de l ca ca ropy ove6 dryH the corduroy tvest, it is pos;- ? uO--nrt 8t0y ThaltNer
.Tamnsam Ctsible Mo restore the nap with A (VOArnl
which t ck parat:onh and nea the table Bulet rsfreshmnti a tatteral hek or
S taller rere uactd on the ltao werie served on the ground floo I stif brush (above). s:0e0--tnrY-.i U.The A. (OdA)
H-ht. p- rdbons and rheie iadfl- rs, anked w eth palm fronds Mitrs VO| e f a oro a
h. fld Brenld udin g th Cruse-' mother ofte the is table d Y LI CA HAR 1 0:su n-Adveeturea of P.lo.

neckline formed byo a oh of Kassam. and Mrs. 8. D. Mann find available today. High style neatness and smart grooming Tomorrow. Ikrtardy, NIW 8
ylon net The lace bodice wa0 assted the hostess. Miss Dale s the keynote Inexpensighely habits. A.M.
ls aed at thple yof aioe writa Roberson whas n charge of the priced and just right afor yotu 6:00-laro t~Clo C
n m shc a bride's book.munide a c oor figure. Mve-t.tpe:pos

was!- T nt dTh going away os-, To make Iife a lot pleasanter, Ms s hs Up :-81trieS Inatrumental
teet to the bodie The .full hichta shble Buet refresohments- ibe to are all-washable. Corduroy e apith rim. i (r her (VOA8ve o -:00-New a
foor-length taffeta skirt wa. resd en After a short honeymoon lumoers, vests, skirts and drena Har mithirmil srdato (VOA)
afndshed wt ts n tcre l c al-wi tht the resident. twhi c ruse'num4beArs.M

S wlHe.t ribbons and thae fners.. banked e with palm fro nds Mrs Am Awn-up" suit now comewe r

SHI o. wasfL tn h C noon dress of black crepe N a farmland. was unlnjur. et l f
Pgath lco indylfeta. r hbn tooie a cohrsage of orchids.n anrte rsfun to gost soo li"t hSc.5--.T oye oremi (ol

sculptured bridal abou a high of P T.Ch ane has been on, Mrs. the anwas hes like ang summer frock. hu hi' T
neckline formed by a ef Kdsthmus fan Mrs. he p Mast threenn find avalablouses e bloday. coming style neatne f1i-wart groo-ingrr
nylon net The lace bodice ears, and ts ,t otined Misth thel naisthe fber feld, in aexpensiely habits. AM. .
and shed wi the yoke-line with pri of ba- erson was A n charge of t riced ad just right for yur :00-Newari TClume
'"*. s,,.o T e long uittedsrleeve. unior figure. They all

bi and-w h earsy dan o essel Dis War Combene wdoe d Or |hSkitngly relieved :0 e *Football Prophet
werealso of orlace. SheTiny twore an eivof Es goneeringway Officers ractally no ronng at-er n 6*es Thin doUp' :1Pe onali Parade
orchd buttons ballerina length ume wals a pink suit. W ith many of t ehe fback-to-schoolOt he 1-TD sd nR~eat Smhow
e. The fitted bodice Thad an e wi e o e ceo WALKING fit arNC--ieman The all-washable. pleated skirt nyi :00--VOA lub
f;i or lnirth staff t Rskirt w ri th After a short honeymoon imoer vest E. P. G n o he o IriS hsre In an olon blnd. Im-dress rlhn swed off --D
atrinmnited w a peplucie o the Pacific Coast thewillesde he deal hat ae droppclassic soap-and-water a high skirtay hit- a mail boxMeet theooA)
finishaled bouuen its natural or- etu to reside on at the ru numbr. for pion er. At the m- into lukewarm soapsud, rr, a dotor..d tt
lop. r crescent-shaped n formulate whle Mr. an sth- ment the hoto wa- te, he and clgrownupsuit on a oer t nkhe and troure 3:06- hm
drc- ; otaffiMa and lace hed iCiusey are in Costea Rica. and IeM ntn cotton th atooks like tweedftsrandbRecord
-h loengthveil( f nylon onet Shrn un r t o may obte ain quaites hworsted, or men's ditingb-ian farmland. e hwas \unne ure :00- Newot d

Sewhit e e phn eanoposIsihids'i sty Cniusfor the past three e l nlosets %re bl n n e s\ -e11 :30-Meet The a-nd
showered with white ribbons earsand is stat on ed with theaaornylh. bd an r u ny .tbasho SO-Newa
randtied with in ios. d Ean t peBoi, ofat Fort. ht 'douge A rnleblrs ier fld, ta d ctatyi, o ot f ther tw :0 -aetuLe Tierhr i

by au's e -"' H 'br atho. Dvoi s.aimI.o,:-5 ,.w Tune n, -. .,
Miss Joan Brennan was thwas elected and-was easily, anrt and iD tedg IO-rIeivd .:30---Fo--Wh allP- .rop-

breath Aimong the members of the two st cv m b ti h for hanll A-T Foa Pr
maldo, ni he re iivSteerin g Committee sharing Officwerse ticalno rowing at- ve I 1 :06
C AOoNov.7 (UP-Cigar-appointed we e: Mrs. J. IPlo out two rbm .Parade
Storchid t mayf a ballerinu-a Hlenth Organize t and rClub .InGre .4 5T or.cae-ndtrs

tt .Entneor n iear, BWnd rIsneblood aeweU wrlom e Aane obtai Side. 'c"0ndaThen, pair ali^.-*iV R B-ndi'w r uo.ho'-- .
vessel disease, the fitted bodrican The wivother lae frtroh Fort s etunoTrtorre Sof

The AMA In an editorial in the Cora Parsons, Mrs. 8eufert, Mrs. :-. .... -. r
tiny puff sleeves. Sof the relation-Burress. Mrs Hilda Mills Mrs. Visititation-g students and f~ ie The "all-vashab .skirt 2: 0-VOAClub
ship between c arret smoking Jo Cowart, and Mrs. Eabeth members i m the Caloma here In an oon blnd. I- e.
ad heart and blood vessel dis- Peixoto. War College who have been tour-
i ns." ofon Those attending from Fort g rm lntalatis in th agine dropping your artskirtYou be sUffering unneayl 0
The editorial said that ... l Tivoli for luncheon and tofobert pi er heemo- i le sopsd, r' 10:0,-Dante M, Of. :M0 .a1 i
S eent te medical formulate plans for an lsth- ment the photo was-hltaken, he and clamping I1030- phot on a hanger to nkh s oundbrought. ls
edge myokin mianuOrganization. had pausdn fora. eIy ulaofipop dry overnight.-from (Oall-cs'edsuff'3:an'

Mrs. Johensive nvestigai FSh n Para8eybold, wife ofanddoughnuts during erse 'ne r

4areove u d io o.h.bihavs"to Ball Saturday eeioe Air or.6ce.
S e lga t t i A fashion parad of the ball is t Hold-Fist kGeby.. Some too. Pol t rprbbed-Yes! ar s e shut-tuse Adf''
used bhe wt een adnts eat arac at the 0oe erlgt on Sunday and Monda ,ao s BOSTON ,- t-i

C wldrug," ItIstated, from 8 to 11 o'clock, Coow Gmere compnied by L" 1i4
S The AMA said that there is a Junior hostesses neworganiza-ve been Dutch troopspet cipatid In the c. UVn verl0-wty
tioerence of opinion concern u. Mrs. Jean Bd to come dressed of Fort hug n inwver. kadrying f i"
obbe was elected chaie precise role and the rman.ossible syle C-alfora modses Mmmvaftedr~ .. t" the

n. on he heart and blood ves- f honed girl and any others tlairer t fdin ..... ,rn ao .l or's let re ..M!I ....-"-
l.. There AMs sA evidence to he may o gthe members of 6the5 st roup h. quea
or produces pan over the heart ing Committee taof 's w udge for ment Combia. T. t
CRICAe O, Nov.7i (UPw -r appointed w c rte: Mrs .J.ton ., t
od which 'may blast u to a co haltribulnvited mpheto attend Service wives USARCA .ro aooo eo y
Shtour or Imon heart Blo and blood Sewebl fromthe AItib "Then, -pn'l,"'x bncd.
vessel disease adthe American eMe- .The. otherIslas .fror Fot o anea uou ao

Th. "dtor l d "ow r a lr o rt. htyo. ,omm. .dr. .
ica l Asesociation said today. lDrevis who attended were M rs 'F ate ai,
The AMA in an editorial In the Cora Parsons, Mrs. Seuferto Mrs9 K.Ue- U.iI.if lortow __a__________

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Spr-i Champion for the second year succession. Here is
proof of hewisdo m of buyo lgYO -bicycI from aCopany
ith uch pat eci t a* ee riad knowledge that
designed =d buMlt .u- e .fn-brakn RALEIGH.

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of Barbado, die' last
Santo Tomas Hositl, w1" he
entered lat Tueday. Ie 74
years old.
fMr. Gamble, a former readInt
of Colon, was affiliated wit Ia-
cific Star Lodge No. 16 and the
Barb:dian Pragressive iet.
pFenral services have u be en-
tatively set for Sunday .aftr-

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Edward, Qtlbert Jr., MnaJ'1o
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tp rdt lo where the savings have goe for 191. Data
aedmpie Natiuoael laustall Conference Board.

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to the rhythms of Angelo Jaspe's

A nice blend of musiC, friends,
wonderful drinks tasty canaps.
From 5:30 p.m. dally In the
air-oonditioned Balboa Bar.

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Eddie Sawyer May Be Next Manager ..'
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or er Phils -Pilot Fills Races Balboa Overwhelming Choice 0

mickey's Requirements Tomorrow To Keep Slate Clean Tonight
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-, .--i- Iki / >\ T~_- ~~ii 1st Race "F-1" Native 674 FES. ,
N. NEW' YORK, Nov. 7 (UP)-Former Philadel- Purse: $275.00 Pool closes : 12:45 ,
plila Phils Manager Eddie Sawyer may become the First Race of the Doubles.a uASd q hn1t js hI aS 1.
next pilot of the Pittsburgh Pirates. 2Ti T apna0 aK.o Irte ll UU n kIpnB 1MUI imSJ I .1 "ei. 'Ui tg*h
3 El Maho A. Coronado 106x taw lsontE1iWo
The United Press learned from! 43hE Manolete J. Reyo s 12O the w ltess Jutq C t
an authoritative source that 5 Buenas Tardes V. Rodri. 107x tadlimg ridiroa. o f e
Oefieral Mannaer Brancn Rickey Lf 6 Consentlda E. Dario 112 Putti The Bulldogs, whlamers of .'ew lC &-'^
probably ill namrne Sawyer as I F. MIUUI UI 7 Biscaya B. Aguirre 112 F T f BuIr ldsriht, Bimem of ldenif c
ne.w mrnazer Lthin the next 8 Mufieco J. Rodri. 115 --0-- aoyingone hto 6a e Am- a 2
two weeksIV lrue s os to o larru ealK Tj, J iges 7I ono yu I e ape o h e ee t t e o h
sign a mawaere i ho canow attend bi g o. Vl aDuque. J. Phillips 118 Figures released today by the age of 156.4 .er game. ballAsons.he ralboa
hIn_ M geehoupoan a tonv ha s otw ice wh p .4 't se rch l
the maier league meetings thee adch i. O rnw-s"7oMl"Re 5dthe maor Gunbeat Getoran lTeah 1,o'.
week of Dee7in Phoenix. The 'n rm nd Race "F-2" Native 4. F. entems are putting the em- a vege, of d pe ame.ttClub not.
Prate have been without se: 25.00 Pool loes: 1:1 pha ion defense. Ford -, loser In all four gle victori against the Ti
manager sincetrheend or epa fl Second Race of the Doublel Marylrand leads on total do- startseaL Cle ad. Iru o and the Green Devils. we P-
Dtember when B ily Meyer quit be- l I El Mono 3. Baela Jr. e 5 fenae with Georgia Tech a close defen ~~a= B he Aowed Udogs wind up the to goIt
cause of poorhealth ae fr w li 2 Con Valor II A. OMena 115 second. Michigan S tate rnr 28 o Ye i, o l Te 0 an seas-on schedule agc'ee ti ll vsi e
dropped a manager oR the Phls 3 Lagalefo 3 Cadogen 115 second in stopping the other tIte In e ball en mav-tobal next Friday.
last. June but stayed n the or- Adro b 3 SBagaleBo B. Cadogen 115 team's running attack. leraigoe.d ownge d. o te re a ld
ganrzat eon as a trouble shooter The Fort om 5 Koen Toi J. Reyes 115 Marylanl is setting the paoetibnrownu e tighten i ss te 4 ul*ldogr w ll rest up unti ale
g as1asti T-Jmhe nkFortAebArda A.GMln.C108 In5Classn BJ. Rsesa115onNewtant. Clevelenihn e O.itDrM erIsesonwill a ,inde to he e w oh e a.
Sawyer 'says: don't know plans a big day for Nov. 11 6 Tapsy J. Phillips 115 on total defense wit an aver n country. Tetsaon fial.
S r savs: d n't kno Wars have owedd only 19 czok t oaWorthoHigh Trojans of nationi'to.i n, !fa,
P-rizes for the rige tournament'3d Rae .-- f- --aNov.28
anything about it-they never dFrr Itger o tmlt ." Ive4 Fg. CLUB f' average of 42 ,. NtBalov. ,,oat D, o s au,? .4 ,, m
and the Brookline tournament Purse: 75.00 Pool closes: 1:45 GUN oCLUB yards er h p league. TDOW cost, ti.e
ontaeted me." recently completed will be given, O. E TWO El s foa ennh gfe ontelult wi eulld ri .n d,
r. Branch Rickev. Jr. at 4.00 1 m. Monday. afternoon O N PTrOl w. ampl 2X Nereifoo .. .Pen.hnt'sod oglwwdycfon B wlldog a
lSawer is However, start in things off In a ntmoravo Uh State, Tennesade and' Oklahma h John Fawiett e tO l
underserious consideration. the morning will be a flag i 3 Peggy Rodrguez 115 a re being considered as O-all his players wrkeut. lea
Young Rickey has mentioned tournament for all players who 1 n site of th wind hents for Georgia Tech i the id experts have "e'm

5 Bn Hechlo A. Mena 120 Dharoon Jrll du ri 4g th1ysoot &rhe- onB a fv ttn t.H 5
knowshowto'handle youn pla I putting contest, driving contest 6 Lauerte mogen 115 clubl The Bg Seven Conference wo po favorite ver Cole vot t
CANADA pp cones w tar o J.Bravo new champion was cow have to lift the n on bowl
ers er fts that bll .and n nt.. e ol 7 Don Mario J. Reyes 115 ed for the Cristobal Gun Club g before Okhoia ow]
tookaovnr'ethelyouthful tPhi seIn:and run e nt ilr 4:00.rlComeout yu L.
1948. led them to third pl e Wre B.nter your spee ialt112 2y. Sunday when Howard Clare pier in the in time dW
oer them to thd p MonEtolR e A. Mea 120 3 Bs won the shoot ifter a shoot *offaccepte. Og B Tecaccepted ri

7 mht he"F m b i y e 4 to lep d u r .e aet fin d FP o
follow ing year. and to the pen- W winners of the tournam ents ,P nrse : $275.00 Pool clqhes: 2 :20 w ith Lee Ca rr. sedIng- ...

WAL KfERVILLE CANADA Purse: $500.00 Pool closed: 5:40 On Tuepday, Nomber 11 there from Januart for Nardico, hC a2l
nant In 1950. I follow: QUINIELA effort roval by the Southeastern Con- By United. Press
ESTABLISHE BROOKLINED 1 Beduino A. Mena 110 w beutf carving set ona ree October, the a new math m- ,
On another baseball note Conn- lt fligt 2 Dxana .Flores 120 by the Canal Zone Trap hoot-o m ngnewforilbty... T U K F,
er d the nnossocation and also hal of uarrback ChArley Mal. of to. t nt Anit race course
4Coran H. Reyes 112x optional for first place in cla Holy Cro ays he will pa up t th winter's meetg T
mpst important of all time A- Runrnersup Jim Hinkle-Perc 5 Ca Haveral M. Hurley 120 A. pro footba l to attend Booil Ar2adia .talifornia. .eetingat -
mong the topics a scheduled for Graham. n La Negra E. Ortega 1092 Clarke was shooting very well College law school. The 20-year- The track's executive vicere-
the bonus rule and he possibil- Winners Ace Hamiltoi-H. Tap Grl A. Mena 120 until his last erripg which nearly old Holy Cross senior says he re- .l4ent .-. Dr. Charles Strub .
itv of shifting a man o lae os Robinson.- Risita F. Rose 120 caused his undoing because Lea fused an offer from the Phila- """' 0",
tfra~chi hton minor leaguetRobinesoh 9 Juan Huincho J. Reyes 120 Carr, with a superb demonstr deiphIABe ...mteina- salleven furlong d rass course -. ide_ to minor league tert- Re-nnersu -- Johnny Wright- 0 tA...sil
3rd flight 5 F his last string tied the 'In pro' oetball, the gme L to o th e 6 trtdecision tofad" la th r d r ie-., l-..
W r -,Race m 7 scores In a knot. Then, after re.. !NewYsitrd at the.001b. 'd ..
hat all these things will happen. neM s -L. Purse: S.0SJ0. oo avloe1: 2:5 laxing with a cool bottle of I the San Francisco 49'ers and the he~made.a stucy ofarrsouser
but if some are adopted these Runnersup Bill Schmidt-1 Newinster J. Bravo 11 (or was it only one?) Clarke toktl Orant- I. bi ng called a "pre- raoIng i EuroeWt spi. o,
wuti b oe dars hatnoteof hse w Alba Hutchings.u 2 Trafalgar J. Phillips 112 the shoot-off In an easy stide 'view" of the December 21st-ttle Strub syay he hopes the ad-ti0
iedt hu 3 Sir Boss B. Aguirre 110 by smashing his25 or-te National League diton of a turf course at toe cyle d
fouAueL" RINGER TOURNAMENT 4 Avue Road F. Rose 1105 L Cart m d .a The 49'ers lead Cagkorpia plant -:. plus a major ye
Low"GrossAAa ny. 0Tftwal.Conference w a program fon grass-course
T...ins st-JIm Hinkle. 6 Anabarda A. Mena 108 In Class "B." I'M" T asTn New Yr* jind. Cleveland are ti runers -_ will p adfre tOp-flight and ,I
perched himself at a safe dis- for fifst Iiithe Americane CO--mcrunerses to wd etetp- tlgrhFwh ph he how:
Bv CLOCKER et 6th Race 550-i" Imported I Mle 5ance with no one near Inference. A crowd of 49,00018-ex- Santa &nlta him
2nd-H.a:3 W.0ly. Gordeotoulces:n.5any direction to tie him."Wn'" t's pected to see the league's high-. The onstructi rof the-new. M.V'2
i,:iscava Tin Tan 1First Raee of the Doubles the use of working hard wnen got est ig team run Into the cogrge will. begin -ohortly aftelI
2.--on Tiki Ba n-alefoGd Apprise .K, Flares 113 the pay-off Is tYAe sane, says club *lwsh hastallowed the few- the 19-5W winterb meeting ends kdo .
-Per- ColirloRACINGseto2 RPnty 3. aamanoego 119 Tash, "the two trophl8.B -.Aie 3t". han Franctw has on marchseventh. c to p.ia-ionar
pirR Nr B. Agurre 113 like." acp ed !87 'Points. The Giants lobed-pert er 4"A
6I4Newminster Alabarda Jockey Tony rod 4 Delhia A. Mena 116 We wish to thank-the' Cristo- have 'Slled only 66, NEW YORK. -- The vetr soaoOto %W4p,
6!-Preati|fio Betun four more winners yesterday at oo ba Gung h t r Another Impornt D ama.lwil p can mpsi" .,.
"I-Rosario Battlin- Cloud Lincoln Downs and ran his total Bv ssh .t cm p
*-Seoteh Chum El Mago (e) or the year to 331. Despirito -8 Bepperin 3. BraeoJr. 117hish we didn11us Inawmhe echoes it My decide t.
9.-Mingo Wild Wire needs 5B winners to break the-B.a r1 due to thlefactptw ieadlso!wther the franchise will re- rtao'
L,-Bedam Lujo.o rew rd held by Willia e +,k .lt ll,,e"l-i" t'me '"bpIt. t. ... _* t l .....
Second Race of the Doubles b et tme.
I 1Apritador E. Silver& 10. All those li.dn 5.
2 In Time R. Kellman 120 grand time, enough trgetu were dI. YE.:
3 Battling Cloud B. Agu. 120 shot at to determine. .. aS r .,,t
DISCRIMINATING 4 ROsario Ft Rose 12Q. ththehscores wer ets for .:"' outide."ndib" "
SERVE-2 In lude mrtee 7 Fgs. shoot1t4.1:'.14 ,p'at5 ad'

HechJzo' 3. Rodrl. 2s0 '** 114n ..-
El M(o) 0orty 40t

Bien Hecho A. Mena 120 Dlwharoan, Jr. 43 411 -21 the Cry- on a fast trc k.
Blen Hecho A. Mena, 120 Dfsharoon, Sr. 46 o- (1,Osiblala..

1 Mtngo A. Bravo 120 -._.Thives o trouh w114_..t
Cradle Song- J. Reyes 120 11th LaaeeeP-" pgegte 7Id-I. A ata 55'1.Wh
,3 Mosueton G. raiel 119 Pugm 11.2 P*-- ._,I U.P._1_-6 o. | V iye bt-.
4 Pepsicola 0. Castillo 120 1 Paquerr O. 47 4l1.x5 11 o. ort caokr con ition" a
Wild Wire B. Aguarre 112 2 Sun Chaer K. lo 1t- lih ntm.
S6Men Etolle A..Mezia 120 3 Baby t-' 0. l.48 114 iI Tip-, detectiveAs .-g_ : !..
+ Coaesxia '. l i 401Athfi automo- Matchmaker 1 '...-
WAL ILE ANDA16th Race "F" Imported 74 Fgu. A* stolerdur- oe can'tafind w
5OBeduno A. Mea, 110 will be racs aM .he "CrusAde October, oaxnew matClh.'or
2SC Rose Hip J. Phillips 120 of IOU e1do, aloap. .E.-.TLO'I
3 Numbers M. Lozaez 117X purg ,'$315.90 -." k ',-]&. a '. .

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PURSE: $550.00 POOL CLOSES: 2:55 P.M. @ t

1 NEWMINSTER ............ .J. Bravo 1164.-"
.2 TRAFALGAR................J. Philips s 112
3 SiRBOSSI BA.........B. Aguirre 110 2
'4 PUBLICO...................E. Corcho 105 3
5 AVENUE ROAD................F. Rsto 1p 4

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III 10drk.e. Ancient Art 1Of I
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"G l be ag-I1nhi9 NEA Staff. rrponden
w -or..-" "The marty of fans --. -.,
-an lafaver of them, ing."
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with his un eyed blond who practices the N al. w
tlt It yo w Detw A lrblema j ancient art of dressam" is not toa Y, the.*
Drew. A Akhatio- o .hetpe be confused with Dior,_ Fath or ,'*here a
Sb" SAP WS. any-other outuiler. nutch
A sQOm0n vietedo 'p in po Sbtreet aTrue, If she's five feet eljt :(ai tending
NEA Sp mtd to and a svelte 13t pounds, w th trait. ma
S. an attractive mile, the mls-
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For the record d. Maloartle D l
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0 515' TRA CK Md -eTa from Gwannie V $. Pall'ey, y04101%
L=.a bt orf J cil, bi the t W
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Jatl ParkI, Olympic Games equa
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TFhe trarc imat confined to ad tIdo r he at 6He .snk
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Quick Game Requires Quick Thinkin
S* JON MeCALLUM are constantly flooding the field, cent in History, Arts ad
NE Staff Correspondent Mental and physical coordina- Sciebces. Psychology and Meob.
tion is the answer. anical Engineering. i
NIW YORK, Nov. 7 Next Subsequently not a few super- Letterman Bill Price, P 10,
time you wath a college 'oot- d t performers are bidding as graduated last Jue, picked up
1ball gane, don't discount the iently for Phi Beta Kappa as 132 credits n Mat
candlepower behind the iorw ca honors. Petroleum Engi.eeg, of wLA.
power t all today is a grfme of 124 were straight A's, the es -
moves, the ba4). chess at high speed," says Biggie B's.
Chances are Munn. "Dullards only mess up e ",
that gee-w h is the works." Princeton's 1952 edition ruas
blocking back from Religion to Law in the elass'
EKde H can tie you in Thirteen members of Coach room-not a Physical Ed m"idF'.
-- fdORJt knots fr om Munn's Michigan State squad are in the carload. -
fef, Bag ^i ,Archimedes to B students. Johnny Wilson, the If academic genius meant *_
A.' seem. Zansibar. defensive left halfback, Is a pensive and offensive heaven,
Rhodes Scholarship candidate as Yale would be unbeatable. _46
H LQsiAu In today y 'si tWrnalism undergrad. that, Jordan Olivar isn't ddSft"
h y poed and = M1tois' Rex Smith is repre- too badly. Eleven Ells are boar
W complex. game, tentative of the team's Phi Beta students. .
Football is no Kappa timber. The mammoth It's good to see the emphhait
longer a Brobd- end has a 3.87 average in ad- on the books instead of the
way for the vertisling. Vanderbilt's Bill bucks.
fO emMyaae scholAstic jerlk K'Iatemeyer is in the too half "-
The accent o1 of his class in the School of En-
splMt-second timing and thinking glieering. Halfback Herb Scott
under conditions that put the and Center Bob McCarley are
premium on physical violence is straight B savants at Texas A.
not an adventure for a dunce. and M.
You don't advance the ball by
sheer weight of numbers in the Notre Dame's academic wiz-
platoop plan. Fresh combatants yards are further in the way of
evidence that the tag "athletic
d buoa" Is applied all too haphaz-
ardly to too many gridmen. Six By BEANS REARDON
rel, including Halfback 24 'Years af National League
i dneyS low- Dnny Lattner, are mousetrap- Written for NEA Service
neymlU W W O plug cum lauoe marks.
It will be brains against brains. Question: The home team is
.b._ r I Ma ras we ll as brawn versus brawn leading 7-5, at the end of t*'
when the Irish -entertain Okla- eighth Inning. In the first Hi-'
'homa In South Bend, Nov. 8, a of the ninth, the visitors dscorW
diy which will be televised by three runs. The home club couTi .
"SS NgI/htS the National Broadcasting Comrn- back with one run in its at.
Restless 'NigI na y 'and General Motors coast One man is retired, when raI,0
m k u af to dalls. The umpire waits 30
iMw t ctmpla a Bud Wilkinson has his share nutes, then calls the game. Wha";
ic T h ds i bkm. diti. of of blue ribbons students. Classes should the final score be?
ana mt If., .o't muir1 11311S-2 eonist of more than chalk talks Schwartz. .
se' U p I n grid strategy with a minor in Answer: The game reverts baek
du.n a 1c n"mw. uses" = s 4m Sand Room Ventilation. The Sooners to the last complete inning. Te,
=eW&. nMXt ior xposn to elM tackle the books, too, correct score would be, 7-5? I'U
rMessage Durg the last four years,92 favor of the hme team.
or.per cent of the Oklahoma foot- Q. In football, what is the pens-
yewN k I3 ldj .Jam ubailers have earned diplomas. alty for the offensive teamnifr
it -- i e. *rwI ~I Forty per cent 'graduated in failure to stop a full second ift-
.nulas uw r r5'sm Itrs ans Business School; 12 per cent in ter a shift? Joseph Mulligan.
~ m st"'e M s lm agive' he r- Geology; 12 per cent in Physical A. It was increased this sea.
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Pa at TStIoWIN, N. pm, ws't 1 m a 0. troleum Engineering; 7.2 per
Sleepy H coun- -c. ._ ,,_ ent in Education; and 4.8 per -*
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presidential candidate. listens
to last-minute campaign news
on his radio in Korea.

New Senators

The following senators were
elected Tuesday.
X denotes incumbent.
Barry, R
William F. Knowland. R (XI
William A. Purtell. R. full term
- Prescott Bush. R. tour years
Splin J. Williams. R I X)
5"pesard L. Holland, D iX)
:john Sherman Cooper. R
frtederick Payne, R
.T Glenn Beall, R
Tphn F. Kennedy. D.
."Charles E. Potter, R.
John C. Stannis. D IX)
Mike Mansfield, D.
Hugh Butler. R full term
Dwight Griswold. R. two years
H Alexander Smith. R iX)
Irving M. Ives. R XI
William Langer. R (X)
John 0. Pastore, D 1X,
Albert Gore. D
Price Daniel. D
A"thur V. Watkins. R iX)
Valph E. Flanders. R IXX
S Htrry F Bvrd. D 1X1
Henry M. Jackson. D


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"Let tel people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham ULitoln.
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Taft, Martin, McCarthy Set

To Crack Whips In Congress

United Press Staff Correspondent

,Sen. Robert A. Taft, who was'
:-Mr Republican" until Dwight
|D Elsenhower came along, and
'Rep. Joseph W. Martin. Jr. of
Massachusetts will be the most
powerful men- In the new GOP-'
! controlled Congress.
Another in a position of power
will be Communist-huntins Sen
Joseph R. McCarthy. iR-Wis.i.'
who will head the Sbnate com-
mittee which investigates gov-
ernment operations. As head of'
the group. McCarthy will have a
staff of investigators at his dis-
Taft headed the Republican,
policy committee in the last ses-i
sion of Congress and probably'
will take over the post again.
Sen. Styles Bridges (NH has
been mentioned as Senate GOPi
leader. He has said he does not
particularly want It. but might
be persuaded. I

Martin is due to become speak-
er of the House of Representa-
tives. a post which gives him
virtual veto power over legisla-1
tion coming before the cham-1
He also will be third in line
of succession to the presidency.
Chairmanships of congression-
al committees go to the party
which controls Congress. Eisen-
hower's landslide presidential
victory Tuesday carried the Re-
publicans to slim control of both
House and Senate.
One of the most difficult
jobs In the new Congress will
fall to Rep. Daniel A. Reed of
New York. dean of Republican
lawmakers, who will become
chairman of the House Ways
and Means Committee. The
rvoup writes all tax legisla-
The 77-year-old New Yorker is
a strong advocate of tax reduc-
tions for corporations and Indi-
viduals. He believes that present
tax rates have hurt business.
Besides his orobable dutleq as
director of GOP Senate policy
Taft also is slated to head the
Senate Labor Committee. He was
crhirman of the committee In
1947-49 when the Taft-Hartley
labor law was enacted.
Rep. Samuel K. McConnell.
Jr.. of Pennsylvania Is In line
for chairmanship of the House
Labor Committee.
Rep. Clare E Hoffman of)
Michigan will be chairman ofi
the House government o.pra-
tions committee.
Others In line 0o be committee
chairmen, provided none is as-
si g ncd to non-congressional
Dosts by President-elect Elsen-
hower. are-
Agriculture- Senate. George

Civil Service:
Carlson. Kans.;
H Rees. Kans.
Public Works:

Senate. Frana Martin. Pa.: Ho;se. George A.
House, Edward Dondero, Mich.
Rules: Senate, William & Jen-
Senate, Edward ner, Ind.; House, Leo Allen, Ill.

Other standing committees of
the House will have these chair-
men if the usual seniority rtle
is observed:
Administration, Karl M. Le-
Compte, la.; Merchant Marine,
Alvin F. Welchel 0.; Un-Ame-
rican Activities, Harold'H. Velde,
Ill.; Veterans Affals, Edith
Nourse Rogers, Mass.

New Governors0

The following state governors
were elected Tuesday: X denotes
G. Mennen Williams,-D. (X)
Howard Py72, R (X)
Francis Cherry. D
Dan Thornton. R (X)
J Caleb ogps, R
Dan McCarty, D
William 0. 8tratton. R
Oerge N. Osig, n

William S. BSeaslea.R (X)

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D (X) :
I. D (X):

WEST VIRGINIA D Aiken. vt : House. Clifford R.
Harley M Kilgore D iX, Hope. Kanq
WYOMING Appropriation- Senate. Stvles
Frank Barrett R. Bridges. N H.: House. John Tab-
i __. _____er. N. Y.
Armed Services- Senate. Lev-
Ui~ L ~ f~lIlerett Saltonstall Mass : House.
LI 6 1= -'"IDewey Short. Mo
IBankin' and Currency: Sen-
a Ite. Homer E Capehart. Ind.: WATC'HING TH RTURNS This a ma down
House. Jesse P Walcott. Mich. to defeat looked as the result p Ired. n
Finance. Senate. Eugene D.
I Millikin. Cole.: House. Daniel A.'
alexander Wilev Wis House. Ro-
bert B. Chiperfield Ill
Interior and Insular Affairs:.
Senate. Hugh Butler Neb. House. ke
ly id-tme can r Dean P. Taylor. N. Yy i w
I when "oingi ke 60 wasr Interstate Commerce Senate. -
gos Charles W Tobe. N H.
ttyfast. s Judiciary Senate. William WASHINGTON. Nov. 7 (UPI Stato. .PIN"
SW.anc'ReedN .; House. Chauncey -Dwight D. Elenhower's el- ep tt -t '
-W.Reed. 1. tion foreshadowed a big shakeitf pil i by MS. .I
among some 250 kev U. a. 1o-iPL- a .t__ ]
mats today with sueb officials a-a
as Secretary of State Dean
Acheson and Ambassador Wil- "A
gam O'Dwyer leading the wS) : n
Acheson, "chief targ,$ of Re- .
publican attacks on adini1sat All
tion foreign policy.
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