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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00195
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00195
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461t se46eiethat of the atomic layer of warm air some two miles
Wate a 8f W)1We -Penriey-skid scientilie records
W. -too Theo o f thef ntioslon were very corn-
S. ., -~"" ,s ."t of 4We ow what happened and
S 9 t-bat, set oft In- we can give to civil defense. au-
1 ida arghp, completely thoritles some accurate answers
va: a -to some of their problems,", he
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AM .' A8, Atty. Chitkles M. Ire-
S onftpaed the resumption
.t -h ons .@ said te ,KEn BL.t
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t expected Io-
< tM7 of Abrala
Chicago Ip
the King subcoi
alleged attend
down for
t tax case.
Others whow
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former asslitAE
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tery man" whmo
linked with .0
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_1*.i V sO Nix w.e asis after runni11i a
-want a in local newsp DEl
K el ell etlosment as a model.
B.tMan, die said, promised hex
*t she would
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Canal Zorie Pemoploy Aaoel "
Right th ng in protests .
ent raises, d definitee
a legal leg to sa
revealed t9day hby ac
Nooan, Washington atltohsr
who arrived on the Isthus tns
Aithough- he said It -wa
h n y to tell, inorpen Ult si

SNoonman, who represents the,
e Pilots' Assoeat
ShoXe the idonts here received,
1and t n the o ne n w pri ari-
rly nt a uillot matter" which.
he d InIot w Ash to disclose.
'Tf Wftshigeon lIfwyer sal
that e was here in 18eV-
t Whln.E Karl Bendetseb,
th t Secretary of the AI
my moderatet .re.nt
he was greatly sur-
p 'to larn that the new
retaq : "were "far from imodr-
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-SEOUL, Nov. 8 (UP)-One of the heaviest U.N q' -
* I h bombardments of the Kolean war knocked maU- :
t,. out of te Cheinese Reds on the central 9-a

Joked by more than 20,000 shells in less thls
t0 the Communists called off their full-scale ati
,t Sniper Ridge and sent only two small raiding 0 "'i
.4# bbing at South Korean troops east of the rdg :
loth attacks were repulsed easily. Allied guns usi"t
"locators" hurled nearly 10 shells for every "eM
the Reds in an earth-shaking duel.
,- artillery officers esti-
fat AWied guns had
d or put out of com- -iI
temporarily 99 Red ar-
pte.es since Tuesday. r
B e alam the. S-mlle "l,
tjtefolt, the eda made sev- CL
on nhot By Son;
ion.a. were. btten o ,"t y Son, ,.
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vo anwhffe. the Washington Si tSV
OIWter wanted to rest up and Sli .'.- -
t iv enjoy a bi of fishing. .-a
'h couldn't accomplish' CA iWDO'O, Nov. 8
*'hs previous hectic visits (UP) The Te warned today
against cert fom of athle-
tics and that stir sen-
suality "wb. are neither ap-
-!.p By Mine Host propriate nr qepa ."
In 5e 00-word address, the
1 *MPHIS, Tenn. (UP)- When Pope said that dpcrts and gym-
A guest at a small hotel nastics can be both useful and
l to teildpelfae he had been robbed Important but the body is the
t 20,. the hotel owner was ar-' first and foremost "dwelling of
t rested as i'e prowler. The guest' the soul."
said he had recognized the man, "The sport which does not
o awakening as the prowler de- serve the soul 1 nothing more
p_ parted. |Ithan useful citation of the
limb and el.dheral joy."
t.... ..The Pontiff criticized certain
'ji.' displays o0 vloeAt strength"
.., .,. and types of dancing wherein
'+. .,,* "the dlx "y f t he body becomes
more rdto spectators
t Lhan tJ of skill
The tpa. told the delegates
to &.aD Iatn national Congress
on Educatilo~al and Hygienic
Problems "there axre gymnastics
and sports which help by their
austerity to refrain the in-
stincts, but there are other
forms which reawaken them el-
ther byvi mt force or by sen-
sual aitreent
"*Bv eh'n aathletic view-
point, la r lesure of beauty
and admatation for the rhythm
in t6d ea and gymnastics, tYe
instild caW insinuate .its poison
Into the mind.
Is, moreover. in sports
and pmasties in rhythm and
in dant al a certain nudism
which is neither necessary nor

P cifi. Civic*
C II To Mpeet
OVi Wednesday

Wer chats with Brig.
He was k' public
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one man, but the other,. ,
the bathroom and esap t through a window.
Dr T. e. Lynch Sr., :t
a shotgunwas with his o
ter the son had shot
Snrdth, a 27-year-old hIgh i
maintenance worker, throuti,.
head with a .38 caliber piN '
father tried to shoot the
man who scampered for-
But Assistant Dist. Atty.lK-
k-y Kirk sai the son kept S-
ther from shooting the o r
man who was arrested but Bob
Immediately Identified.
.Kirk sid the 46-year.d
Mm. W!!a Lynch was Is
hA-ap ai brassiere 4
S o was In his shorts and so
The man who escaped also
in shorts and an undershrt
Kirk said. When father and soM
a.nd Marlin P. Bussey, 37, k
friend of young Lynch, burst In-
tu the cabin, all three were
"Something apparently was
sild, though I didn't find out
what it was," Kirk said.
"As Smith started to raise up
out of the bed. young Lynch shot
him. He had to restrain his fa-
ther from shooting the other
man with his shotgun."
The mother became hysterleal.
The Lynchs and Bussev took her
:o the office of the tourist camp
and waited for Detectives R. A.
Nelson and D. E. Malone tos-r-
rive. Young Lynch handed theia
the pistol.
A formal charge of maseter
with mallce against yamgv
Lynch was filed and he was
freed on $5,000 bond.
The two Lynchs refused to
to newsnm.n and Kirk said
mother was in no conditioS
Smith arrived at the to
camn Wednesday alone and. ir
elstered as "Adams" from
Worth, Tex.
Kirk said Mrs. Lynch had
sent to the Wichita IPaa la
Hospital for treatment of
holism. The son found out
nurse at the hospital uth atIM
Ihad left and the naoe Mld themn
wh"re they could fLnd her.
Kirk didn't know how the
nurse was able to tell the son h
would find his mother at the
tourist cabin.

Death Claims

.a,~'Olu,.eeting o, o Acelia Boulin
Palo-t*- Council willbe held
o0 Weti~iay. Nov. 12 in the
1 W of the Administra- Mrs. Aa
Sat 7:30 p. m. Mathieu
be .reports on the vre, died RUPW
C mvie l election, the ap- at 3S: a*.hk'
pro1 se t hearltnrs. and Pume llerall
the .irk ehl situation. ,t 1. Jdblt.Ml .
OCAe meetings are open to 11" ch 'it'
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FIRST OFF THE GROUND in the commercial jet race was Britain's de Havilland Comet, shown
here pulling up its whqels as it takes off from London Airport for Its flight to Johannesburg.

TOP-BILLING THIS TIME-Adlal Stevenson .was second-man on the banner In 1892. when
Grover Cleteland campaigned for the presidency, as shown in this ancient piece of campalifl
bunting, which was found in an antique shop In Sudbury. Conn.. by Robert Souder. Today, another
Adlai, Ste~enorn's grandson, is campaigning, but Ibis time for the top position on the Democrat>i
ticrEet. Helen Silvestri, left, and Marge Kelly display the banner In New York.

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S Th ovwa ,pue transports and get into the field We
S 4 development of commercial jet Or *'f '". -
Thp rhkofc, transports and get Into the field wh 't^It' ""B
IPan Alei Can W$1 Rearlier Is due to several com- e is""
more, confirms the U.w suspicions in the U. S. ovaon lU.te. lanemakers were re- on. .
trade as to how serious their lag in this field could prove oetant -launch a.$0 million IL, *
tO bD. *of; developiLngwhl couldtheir woeck~wn prate-their % jmd~aS' peerniri r edii wi' jmtf fft *,hei ow pr
U. S. defense policy cells for the maintenance of a whichould wreck their that. 'ata
Jorge and active aircraft industry in the U.S. h l pronsi lne 'busore In t f ..
The fact that Amdr 's plane builders have beep -.hve been sa n and sub.ct$
biblee to corner more thdW pe. r centpf-ithe international sntIn to sa odcti of jet pr na trLe -.,
market for transport pWlaie sinci the war has kept the .t aes would put them 'Uir .
major firms going strong gdpite fluctuating defense con. ommer t imal i anytime of bullIAthe aa t .. -
tracts. m transportf fldfl't .

t hasn't proved true, be o id
Even with this tremendous prop engine and the long-range 'hOwever, and doesn't look like ing Roqa
post-war business the Air wor apln With the true jet." It Js gmag to for the future. go a9hed
and Navy were forced to si a Britain's big lead stems from 'A ftdger can alb be pointed
hundreds of millions to nWp the fat. that Air Commodore at Congrps.
plants of some firms~ In asdU'LFrank little produced tite During tte past four years
by condition, and for se first wr g model of a jet Mat.. ha rd ed to put up the Acttid
sidy contract. ine In 7 mone, either to, Cvil Aeronau- been.
.The. wih, longer experlead Authority or to private tureriO
Today, with its virt meo with Jt-.nglnes, and motre JhJ- frs, to fiance the develop- into' the
nopoly on the comeIguial fornnttoa on their performnae m oet of jet or turbo-prop 'pro- The M
business threatened *Bi. a spoal, committee formed -In totypel. Jets r
tain's jet m inroe fthie-. 1 BriLtala h irig the war, headed to 60
aircraft Induatry co .Sane by Lod rabta on, came up with Blame %o
desperate years. -a -And the eafntaluon that jet ua.- ur.i- rb
the tapayer Would to bo-tprainsports were praetl-; e o th .vate tima range.
foot theoe keI It cal desirable for pDot-war even opposed Idea, afrani .
live.. tcom,,. .iea ,. con flying. of the strmischmight be .ith g
If the situation develops the tled to the deal th de govern- go t
way sonme experts are predict- Gamble ment p es.J
ing, U.. plane make s could -.. And the Air 'drce spoke a.i than Pr
lose even the business of U.S. nith thl repo In hbaul, gat st such a plan claimin they are
airlines. an& ldalg that It was Ioe- that it did not Want any effort eaue 'tht
.. bes' behd U.S. firms In divert from tlhk detelopmen. bleance.
Competition theu Il. and productlah n of military jets.. m a" m e pe
p.. . isn le transport,-the The Alt .erce must aastlmb main prm
And the lack of Anteffcan jets de do ad company df1 t additional blameTor te lag in for Inste
could cost 11U.. Saries which dd at the end of the war to the Adelopment di t tbo-rop engine
compete with foreign line plen- to future on, Jluls engine use J a
ty of busl2e.o. .I. l 'ea d in. @
The American Utpyet woUld eby eoneobstM- TIA tbo
alSo, have to iunArWftM thj t m .u ','a .-niin. iiMU l & v

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yar Min z W in" ". em
t..aIn showedrqlp I
able contrott 3]ay 1th the herifgovenVai t '* But the vy al" a
Amnerican aviation trade as to also. pleated ,numneraus ut ln. enouh ef to
where the blame for the Jag is other l 0ttrPjes of Jets iurbo-Jet i .
and what is to be done about. tt today, a
catch h ft6 B. ing hard on t.
S. Canadin fims.
Agreeavent aationIAaA
The major point on which f y when the Ust As bigas as
there has developed general re- Co i o b gl flying the regtlar rica's sla
cent agreement, however, is the L- tfn Johannesburg run oh which at mi
belief that the jet engine Mi u the alrU n er
the turboprop engine .h wl of tlhe pe-
takes a j eigine to drive a plhb- CONtern mercial jet
paller- -l soon take the plhue .
of today's conventional plan. As p have been ad- They have debated
According to C. R. Smith, d i to tel .0 and <-he jets whether or .not
President of American Airlines, have boa dtadmd ropulap by would like to -fly i J
"The short-range airplane will trayelter .T'W1 ll as declared to handle the
be equipped with the turbo- econocl AdZmerican conObrn of air traffieonto

TROOPS TRAIN IN "EUROPEAN" VILLAGE-Members of C Companyofthe Third ntr
Regiment conduct "mop-up" operations in the replica of a Europea village at Camp A. P. Hill, Va.
The 20-building village has been constructed to acquaint troops wih the architectural peculiarities
that they might encounter should at ever become nceriq_ ary to fight abamwad.

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_TOMORROW'S SAILROAD?-Hurtling into a curve at av speed l per wed.
streamlinedd monorall car undergoes tests at Cologne. Gefmaf7y. Georg Holier and
Hl sken, who have developed the streamlined adaptation of the. PWnorr, claim that 1
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for the return o .t,
P* & nations w ch,
10 spokesman, ha been
var or c o as a personal gift fro the ftll
e tione. President lrakliA
tfd w l lAr during the lat wa t.
recV r,000' e Peter, who fled
beleve W, p 1941 after h hm eeade by
bea 4Sdy by
1 0the two sa It
"" brVhks support' ,
awfott wdeth a$10r,
1 over to ibis-
1)u .^ he when he Itte ng-
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6ni1ppy Artists
Offered Haven.
Calif., (up)
Ss. and musicians
who.a uaw or just plain
broke arm o offered a 1 e-
t were they can have free
hed bod and be as artistic as
A, Owhave to do Is "per-
peeuate ad further the work
and memory of David Wark
1Or fl h" early movie genim
or whom the foundation is
'n BrsK Ican get Into the
'tat ra-l of what
branch of the art he likes.
People don't even have tobe
brk to gIn to this artsWt
hebavn bt just be pushe4
arOnd bj the pressures of theU
1 world.
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BE TAKEN ON FAfIT-A visitor to the nomuamt ...
Art in Paris, ponders the signlfcance of this
titled "La Foi," or Faith. Executed .by Piatert. ab
Artist, it is one of 101 works on display at Paris'
Art Museum.

& everyone will be dancing!
This is the time of year you're called oa to
do the most dancing. Is OUR dancing re
for this social whirl or are you aUll
to get by with the same old style step?
you can't dance NOW Is the time to learm 4.
have fpn & meet people.
Learn beautiful new turns In
the rumba, graceful combina- '
tion steps in the Tango, Man- .
hattan Swing & Terrace Glide
S in the Foxtrot f& may others.
If you can walk we can teach
you to dance Why not come
in for a free trial leason t
,. let us help yod? Use our
budget Plan!

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"COWBOY HATS" of marshmallows. puffed rice and chocolate
invite the eager help of young "cowpokes" in your family when
you make them.
NEA Food and Markets Editor
Looking for a wholesome par- Cowboy Hats
ty idea for the young set) Per-
haps this "Cowboy Hat" will be Base: Six cups puffed rice,!
a good chocolately answer. 1:2 pound fresh marshmallows
(about 33), 113 cup butter or
These Cowboy Hats are easi- margarine, 2 squares (2 ounces,'
ly made. Puffed rice forms the unsweetened chocolate.,
base. Then a marshmajlow-cho- Measure puffed rice into a
colate, sauce is poured over the large greased bowl. Melt marsh-'
puffed rice to coat each indi- mallows, butter and chocolate inI
vidual kernel. The fun comes a double boiler, stirring occa-
when the young cowboys and slonally. Pour marshmallow.
cowgirls shape the candy-puff- mixture over puffed rice. stir-;
ed rice mixture to resemble cow- ring until puffed rice is evenlv'
boy hat brims, coated. Shape 24 hat "brims.'
using about 114 cup of the puff
This calls for an experienced ed rice candy for each. Place in
"hand" as any young cowboy refrigerator.
will tell you, so call for volun- Topping: Twenty-foui mar-h-
teers a thi. point. When the mallows.
brims are all shaped, cap each Just before serving, toast the
with a toasted marshmallow for marshmallows o. @ baking
th- owing touch. sheet in a moderate over (375
Arrange the candy-c oated degrees F.) until a delicate
Cowboy hats on a large platter. brown (2 tO 3 minutes). Place a
lerve milk as a beverage, and toasted marst.mallo r j each
prepare for a stampede. hat brim to form the crown.


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allow three-foureh
room dancing lef
pump, while her I
problem to his trio
moceiIns which I

NEA Beauty Editor
Running, walking jumping,
kipping your youngsters each
ake about 30,000 steps a day.
t's no wonder their feet need
our constant attention.
Because of playing and school-
ttending oh unyielding cement
sidewalks, asphalt roads a n d
hardwood floors, most foot
rouble begins early in life.
The only real protection is

given by shoes that offer
flexible firmness of al-lleat
footwear, adequate supportM
instep and arch, and a fit-
prevents tender heels ft
twisting and chafing.
It is up to you to see t
your children get new shoes
often as their feet need th
Young feet grow so ftit t
they reach a new shoe sl e e
one to six months until at
the age of 15.

"on 13rM r -10throughout e an f i rWi- i sq -M
p= p~re t the she froe atIr Jorens r rh A schdui
o0f. tee m while prov4idIgN The aft
WrsoIntIhMonDaLi-tuting; MkeSt]
iSa thJe little lady puttinx her bet I at i Ba lthl like.t
ha sees his egIgr leather dress shoeo et). Junior elaassiuo you.,
4 while he war his new edxfer hoo shoes a she the like ASt
s esesand she !tud
vT beesn attud realy to provide Su o~p areund4the hees (ight) r*
the Get into the habit of ex -t pp, etilato
their ng their old shoes. Yu an. reedssure and fi o
for tell froa t Way they are atnled.otm l ur5an .W
that down uwthir the youga Disco a our Op tR
om are wal properly. If the wear" A an e s o r
and the.le turned up,- tBe l f I t epi
that is wron atnd the shoe may O.b g the ifaI su
a8 s too shoe .1 0io over I *ner
hem. E&.fl o deeo o ne geir
that Orthopedista and pedla tended h ount-
very apelathing in the treatuu.t r irtdps .h foot -
bout the fo; ear that the best Abdood 0! an b .
shoes p laced oxfordmd i the hel and t@8. 6 aa
Ihtigt-per leather ,wt dilon Is a fore~f ler of flat Cr n a
limu are sle ha nn fe. ---

Sfrily',.t theball of t 'i
Ruth Milletft Soys: On Y l;** and df-U
When }'4 and rou Idiiro Loafer 'shoes aeo luk asuppqrt
Isgo g o bbshsshop alw s patron- through.-t& int l. .o
Ise a I' -rinan store, 'd neveschil dr'.eht q q he
Recently I sat in on a seminar the whole family is going to be buy shoes ithoutS a lit
Illad. ..e e of woman's page editors. What more interested in thle home. Feet should stme, i.
Interested me most in their dis- Homemaking shouldn't be a dlVdulIy f ,t leifh, ai are 1" y -
cussions was the growing in- woman's job alone. s when leka thkrout gh re i. c e Gie- ,0 o. u g"
"RELAXATION" terest of men readers in opics a whole family is in rested In -i rre0t length lo"wiit h Ve
which in the past have be en fixing up a house eteartnaing, to~ i flIt bew
.Whole libraries have been written on ways to get rld of ler- aimed chiefly at women. experimenting with food, gar.- "tage ?1
S. lto :ax. *The metJ advocated ncl ude 'frqe~u d t .c a:that dt family a ..
day-A]"r rdtft can .., (par. ..c- . .5
dro-qra. ich the s et example Is shown urly outdoor mu d .en 'st l m"t j ..
Spposite soaking in a tub of warm water); elaborate, pymem tertaining), interior decoraston, ra o ut-Or t ti
of relaxing exercises:; auto-suggestion (like repeating to yourself all these are appealing to more door entertaining hUas *
"I am calm. Nothing troubles me. I am relaxed."); getting and more men readers, so popular during thea last few uTAstt factau a
enough vita~ipns and minerals, especially In milk; and recogni, year; is because Papa got inter- o, fetshc e10 b&abl e
tion and wise expression of tbu' own emotions. Like everybody, That Is good news. For it Is an Ited in it. Be might not' want ntiithe Ia lter Oftihe eyet,Ato
youl have serves by the hundreds and they're highly sensitive. indication that men are growing to be caught In the kitchen chl's. out bt ei~
Impulses-.race- along them at between forty and a hundred yards more, rather than less, Interest- whipping up a sauce but he T.ke your time examinhlngthe troubles.'...,0-'0
a second. Just as lungs and hearts work In more or leis the ed In their homes. wasn t a bit ashamed of acting shoes. The m rtan thi s l
same ways for the whole human race, so do nerves. Yours like as head man at the outdoor bar- that t.te a cn4u .. an shoe willmbe
everyone's, become excited from ;ine tq time; it Is one dif the And ift Papa Is Intereed in becue pit materiLp ItUre m du'fle- health Ies
obs of nrve to react to street and emotions and stimulate g enin in food,n such pha- o w a
the body to do something about them. If yma..do not let you ses of practical interior decora- fasTecoming a n r aton w k
body obey your nerves in some harmless manner it may turn on tion as handling a past brush, -ast becoming s a ition of wpqk-
you in some symptom like indigestion, headache, skin eruptions,. en pinter..s becamee a I
colitis, constipation er heart palpitations. Many of the chronic has been able to -nterest the
disorders get their start in this way, specialists in psycho-soma- Cream Restore man of the house i whatmra- i -
tte (body and soul Ills say. A more immediate penalty is fa- rs clea Ree1s. ,bwrou sports, wit a. -. u ^ ., h*::.
le. Uadlcharged jlervous tension, however invisible, wastes Ll Tnna bucket of paint. -
itont of youth vitality. Life is a rhythm. "Tension q S4":|1W1 The reso why okur tons. ,.. d I Maa, i4 AA E/M... /I/ .,S.Z
tao d n dT rea mn t why our towns O
an; tension and relaxatlo4"' Is thA'tuft,it plays. vs. ci ,".." T.ea boast so'nmany beautiful; l. VV-
Sheart rests between beats. When you have learni- yards Is because ,Papa is~ beco- -
the right rhythm for yourself, you have gane a long way omg as interested m Bgaraeniusg mi
ards mastering the art of living. That %rt no more consist, astute Woman of thehoe ,gase.
perpetual laziness than perpetual lo1. The individu I anything the wousen
flag of life always flies at hall-mas a'and is never :t,,..a m ,.no ..la ...s6. '_n_ In
full and free may never be exhausted but'neilther is nhe%-.aW ames Is all to iere. Ine oan
rested. Those truly easy and relaxed personalities who geh. h, Molefaking is not: lonely andr
ugh mountains of work while remain g happy, attLractIVp, uowrnmg Job to a an if
4 seemingly tireless are the ones who fling themselves co r-, her husband is as anteresten In
etely into what they do butnot every minute of the day. their nome an She is.
ey break tension with moments, however brief, of relaxatIonI.
HI ow' much of the gossip that
Sshe hears nould a woman re-
peat to her husband?
a1 or!te"a/conection A"s st epeemas on oMe husband. I.
ftame MonbeXU Dt ofi Xgunip
(I kAN m u as a&Lne. r waves. -ome
P Aevenonaspend on their wives to
#01 *poe thlbesn tneowaown on what
SS being gossape sADOut at thet r
airlage clues.
"Oter men have such a con-
bempt sor gossip mnar, meir waive
HE L' -a Beauty Parlor taL. are beer oii never telling
Pleasure in offering the se them anything i n La e gossip
HAT oman doesn't make a vices of the massage special a egor. I
Swant to reduce our weight a ThisO Thatr is the nation oftMrs.
t f is tways giving thosf you ant to gain some a ia wwi'. who can't tncerstait waY tier
,' those" s7,e wt its" w pde pounds, or a perfect skin. then cream wfraa u er make-u1. .AUAAU M ew upseL- etij m LLe
rgus collection of Ma- drop in apd you be satisfd. ste ten i a o of gossip ana
S .frqin all over the world. wny ne never shares any w*ifn
SIn their worth for beauty, her.
'I r_ women often ask how they can 'A ater Is clearly on y o ne
...r get rid of 0VIF lhtnes thing for Ms. .I to o. Wu
tired-looki ag pu t tl ug her husoano wnst. AI
ar h eir J .X i on M hears. he obviously not o ly
: -mar et is a S, tramparent isn't Interested in local gossip,
5 I cream that promises to bring pa bM has a horror of women's in-
j "I.L .. youthful firmness and glow. tense in res; an gosmp sa Ita
Intended to be WorA all ay or h a making along.
HIS Christma give and In. evening under your make-up, it 'In will, of course, be a little
trIonlv asVesthveres in eo U aplyhard n Mrs. Y. For women lkle
Hrvester f-t oet to tell their husuoans a they
for Ihose w who greaterh hril the manu er. n u p ed .n the lve ofsoother people s-.oE s"
for those' who. cherish kine your lace Itw ith e Lney havel ar loe,. -.
Smanfthlcent tha t reeiv se h a .u powder hai of news they lake to share,
J *masnlceu .r....... .e.st beawutIq IO$t eyr: til firl- tIt fl their husbands.
and--ae-theAIg cream. But It Is certainly better for
ROW and save the most at La No one will be awre" that a wit never to repeat gossip to
ayna. You'll find a top beauty. pmpjr% aIm t1 husband than to ha-e imo
of food values the least noticeable to opm, s Sal th king of her.a agas..
A 0era. Watch for their reason for yro more epawoman it he hates goa-
he specials for bigger. looking a a women.
r meals at far greater l i mawranc. edo .igorn oneTo
salm to 'e aWle w er protendt to ha Map
podtthey actual ly ea i.
r tedace607 SPt they always gion t
TON .. Y, uch...k -,I*-Wl.
not act as a .h didst dou arls o
.. "te,= a thp when = .
01140elot t Soling alike Is I ':t!amof rido.-
*.ts-ae a i, likeotuna. tYou need ever .Ato trymtter how -'
I. o s popping off t the wrong is none-the-lem real and -wheat
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f. X-, d "-Green '"a g.ex."l tered 4o a ulideft- ICe4
club-the latina, was the guest of honor at 4 Wedn
-p *o ateds aovewr g e in the Long of the Hotel Thme W s
te.s.a.n CI.let ttny'ftrnao, by M i. Gilbert A. Gaun C
V^s;,ezne1 J. will attend the bride-elect sa her matron of Wednesf b
hnthlo rPer ir at120 *
Caf~thas R.Itat ^:sAn all-white bridal thee Ws 1tomi Mobile. Ala. Mr. Thoma rmeeting w e P
hg Nvemer 1, U.sedonthe a table4 wih ci alledahor causee of tit rvr

P. Morgan at allhorea. Pr ideing as t the tea an -i a mday E Me lem Meetin
SGop services were: lim Lena n L The regular monthly meeting
SoeB e nd Mrs. Olga Nordatron. he Monday Musicale will be Vis tos am Balbes
ho r. nd rThe other gu.ste rre: eIs at the home of MrsC. aCpJ I Mr. and Mis. Thwas Pela of
mute t ie 4t1 L. Alexaltis, ietile of the f ah a m of Margarita at 8:00 p.m. Gtun have thse d este
w. met t oran oa : 1a.lb CAe oree with Mrs. William C tomotria o est p Mr anoeMr30 A J a.
7oe Missdrs o tAll mbers are requested to er of Balboa
Sfi e e na l ma ote the change of meeting
City, and f ow c place,
'" i .... ireto <' pfrieqds: & Fs, Corai Chaoter ,o Hao
7MmrIs. pJames d V Ro- M is Comber Returns to College Covered Dish Sulipoe
be .L L be. the OSel lckh.' Miss Barbara Comber. daugh- Coral Chapter No. c- Order
*' IkS *'57- .j)ers J. ANuns. Ju- ter of Mrs. T. A. Comber of Ft. tIe Eastern Star .lUhave lB
vral8 M I .no.. MRt.- Fire Halbur ullck. left today on the U.S.N.S. :mebnlfers. of R sol Palm Chuer
-.j .- ue's big ;tCg$ *V f l*.irgg g. Tarr, Mrs. Bene eh'lvtin N. Johnson" for New of Cristobal as their guests Tra,-
S uea Hotase, Ancon, a"" --'dcock, Mrs. William. C. York She will spend Thanksgiv- day evening. A covered dish aup-
BanM free to thi tchesk Mrs. Olga Nord trom, Ink in Boston with her grandma- per will be held at 6:15 p..
----- atioe. of Nation. ._The. '* # to )-rs.. Donald Johnson, _r_. .Mar- other before going to Oreeley Co. Tue-day. Members are requested
a ewcomer *aA anet Eafoe. Mrs. e A. Jrado. where she will complete to bring a ve.-tabl .or asq I
'. 8e Mshow. Thlb .ber M Marta N. ; senior year at the State Col- -
Swas u Taylo,. a tillons roRi. Jea of Education. The vi tng officers .'p-
".fi. rm W4Ahabah. s. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newhard of .dde at the ceremony of w-l.
I'....~~a- and-i.a an Mfl. Loi xg 1tun, had Mrs Comber and flon.
FA ,W.L "- ., ONQ""RQ-BARRY . .-,. -" Misses LCi lio. DiO ae asS Comber as their dinner
Com ." Yolanda.. evehoud, TemV- tsts before her departure. j "
lbeRMi o transferred tot the o oE n n te a Unlttfdi PAR SOpUI l ( m- IP Let emonthIA E General A -
Nsjit Wehi.t e.ta tteetnt oe aGVtthe Hotel W 6 ton atr- Herrera, Thelma HerrerS, Car-. SL d Coast Orchid SocietyThe monthly Genera -
i o mn the al l O.m. The evlt is being poior4t% e men Calonje. Lotty SteTxed, oetng blv of the Colon Unwt of thI'
t r. iJ, ,M I h of S Phi for the. bfleit ofpS. r- ea Hrrera, Vilma NnO eThe Gold Coast Orchid Society i t.r-American Wome's Ca wpi
Ai.e il on ths . House. pf. ,.K**1eft to right, s. llt rs. Nancy fluter, Vil-ma il.hold Its regular meeting to- b' held tomorrow at 3"3- a.
s eelebratg ilngKiD ": "-f: Maria e.WthD...efly Berger, and secen, Wtf'cy 'ances Gerry. Becky MaS E ifrrow evening at the Trefollat the club building.
eafl Altar fes .- amse. their de la Estrella and 'Btat Nmuose in Gatun. The business '
,al oan Mondayeven at7130 ,. .l uSonelt n .- Oraham meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. There Tea wll be served by Srs.
al on Monday even t30 mnthly meeting wil be an election of officers. fitrt Humphreys and Mrs. '
__. ,..t .oslop f : a.d.he..yr .Altar Society ofSt. 1 LCaptain mn Mrssweuj and
...t .. aW. C9_Balboa, will be Oav.sh ShowN o r fl Jan pjramj l5 .Ia Bridge Whiners t The Soisal Welfare Co
.e 'in As New An vat--'t o m b ths'Captaln Wl)an Caal. oo "The regular bridge games of:P reqresting the dona at
.Mht Dlea t aes C e.. iL rnL &the Cristal I Dep nttq Duplte Club will be pre-.sed ova. at. brush.
Ono-a o Owitabeh oronw Mrs. Cmawel had a ,Sroup ended by a business -m.etinp to- and ribbon for rt wraop
of guests including their dauuh-- morrow at 7:00 p.m. at the Mar- MemberI whose dues attt
-. ....ght. IasPn ri.Ca oltou. 0(P=Of ti.r. Miss Pat Casswell and sa, rarita Clubhouse. Following the paid by November 30 w be
ov U encloses the famous sandstoneM. Bill Caswell at the Fire' busaess meeting the games will dropped from membersbp
Patr nofh 0 W NoTN," Nov. Wsbminster Abbey slab known as the "Stone of men Ballna Is evening aitc st t at e7:30 tm. All blazers are-
-. hy A e .e tI ehnn' Uhr tofd te now knw the at ran top n part of the .histor- Scone." The chair was defaced party were Mr.and Mrs.A Speh- rteetd t te hbu s
doe of-_"ttrI ofth n treap' a c lb._ ..early In Doeember by initial carvers, most of whoonm ro:ty wr Mr. al Mers. SoTbr winrson Fosthe
Val I a tGiasUPA- Cot ioncun- th.ne_ direction of0g2hm ..BW Vimjowh" nj to bp we Tong months of pre- seem to hive done their goudong ,cer Incoln. Miss ArlOne Lncoln The winners of last week'sh.
HMdO-. .M r.Mur-- oLisa tifmenT yma 2ck0101 ain stras po0ation *. .the coronation of during the American revolution. in r Wlam O'haon r ae we rt a o. r-
.".a". mt 700 t v a1 We .Washington .m,: w poitsta. Qugen. flhiuth next June 2. The stone itself was stolen by MMisJea nDbiwtMrs.H EXTRA WRRITE .S
aboardi" a Igo) odf 92.PIm9f1f-.I' The cl as ,._-.- The clobb g will be the i rst Scottish nationalists o; Christ-M.Denie r rllnd: 2-M. Ir R. San-
a.za l jpe.qtitwill lbe inf4)xnnI- .iten p the Appala- real outward sign of the mount- mas Day 1950 as a sacred Scot- Returns from Canada ,'ras Jr., with Mrs. Harry F.
Rear Admbl Ledeq PIktQznl f4 eve will be Jdountaln along the Ing achy behind the royal n Itish relic Illegally taken south of n r eor D e of i M. Jiso E and
'adL.fConauvdand mravevlartof thehigh-t dteWe laer end now ws dchinedos
a.S.N.;c maa. f the F- Mr. a&-..-B. .,.ok.,, NothCariao- .Thennessee bor- scenes e 138th coronation the border by King Edward six e t doy siefConarri.G n:sandSest-Am b
teenth Na Dict and Mrs d r. WeI. Wright ier are more 4an 6,000 feet since th man conquest of centuries go. It was- returnedesterda tive shin frmcanada, e- Mrin;. 2-CapTalens andSergeant .m ,
STourtelibte eest land mas. in the easternBrital einof pen- chr and wired to an alarm y. n Voyage Dinner Loeb with 0. 0. Brown.
Iani leaon- Hosts wW ISemJa.et Stcntth aUniteid Stateslesonthe National PINieforg-latelyaindlinrdwithatern.
W i Car Patsy and Geographic So Ley.th Nin ts redufl-.economlc position Surveyors of the Ministry of foe Mr. and Mrs Patton
l. but the feeln ins that the coro- Works are examiag the seV&n- W. and Mrs. Paul Ackermn Mr, and Mrs. Forsythe
aIthe t wit ,,- reamee wih oaun voya,89Announce Don's Bft h
-- '..j Some ZO eaesquake r nation muste "The greatest mile coronation route fors the E
'SAlf day jtar the.ah isays'the m dawtwle o earth! Those in erection of stands seating 100- dinner at their home in Mr. on Mrs. Robert o. For-
.s~ ~ 41 Qtal ....hoeosg-aind e owoodit- ber n o r e a ton k ha "mch h r ass th e tstart Mr.
oTCAWZ/ Pea-l' omen sr ffolyentabU strong 'a.o eado s e eeruf-p b-lo. t. a e at1,0poin,00.,0th pring .morning by P.A.A. for an ox- solonnHospital. The babydhas
"' "" tos d'.ahneetsletiho of damae.e. ti a :r.4ft mooy.ptedotoseweaboupr-
A ..pls fl A- c ecen from window p- nwai"e. W6rth and West Palm two areat-Vlandfathers.
The.f a "nf 'gj to entoe xn ., m;n t. for 10 guineas ($9.40) Beachi Florida. "-,---
.'- theNtpfor g a -".-..rom St. Mary'p Aluina Meeting
WW -
'NZ.N-.WIN rftoerIof Ellskbeth, In 1i7 .was
-o.l .wn- b ._ f maqrtele-vision
T 'Heyuft tiedbt hed.ongscrab I roadld.of an actul n ewn
oraee tNr Ihq. eve ,leption was described,

tahit hctIndrink. -R
e thner obse p .rsens the 'comnoal 6,flCourse boom"
'om. e 5,000.. .,"
eidr.of vrting the an- TUDO PARK,3. Y. (UP) -
,A-B Oi ended t oo ft If fl : n- for parts of it dgEte back 1,000)the Tuxede Park golf course,
I.. ml eGeogra years an4 cannot take r o u g h soon will pass into oblivion. Laid
Jdelbdar treatment.lout In 1889,.then courseisbIsLca-
"t Is- Some pa*i A cover of cloth of gold is be-Istalty of thl New York State
ita qsc =" f~buIng made for the 650-year-old Thruway, t action of which will

Ptrz 'cw jA LL MALoarthe lotlthrhil- swimming eq I,
-. .-he-Ii. .'.....t.o.t.h. ..
o fln Val t eflUtlts coralatl'of hotdof fifteen oay:
..k.,... .ill..be b a- e NatlonSA

S.iomb o a Great S pu8-l
wIII be brakes .504W
timber, obselriveatg. eiF..
"A's"I": ..Amador In eico,+"

TVtedg hdep..'-

frehne patens Eeryda mreendmoe ."

r &qalent *.. a modem florqL .
2c itersi with a debate, unusual
Satal motif. Come in sanise. *
eh- tomorrow.


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You Sell em...When You T el- 'em thru PA. Classified

Leave you Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panami.
"No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n

Lewis Service
No 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

, Morrison's
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

Salon de Belleza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street

Carlton Drug Store
10.059 Meldndes Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n

Propaganda, S.A.
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones ..,a street corner Batudiante St.
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798


MimWua for 12 words.
;c. e adiftiona word.

FCR SALE-PhdlDPOine Rattan couch
S3 .trnd new cmri.ldit'n. 55-16-C
FOCR SALE. Reltrge'aor Frig-
darE 7 it electric stose. porce-
a4 Iair, household lurnirure. Leavino
s bkthmus Tel. ?-1621, Panama
".FOR SALE-Late 50 Norge. self de-
froster retrgerator. 60 c/,le
u" s Hoi.e ,753. Api K. Diablo.
S.CR SALE -Metal beds complete
S ,,Ilh nevi moiress. $3)O00. Re-
bullt and Gu.rantecd Gas SIo5 e
S5-5.00 and 6E5 00. Dres$iers w.lh
: mrrrcrs. $15 00, dining tables.
$14 00. electric sioses $30 00
SChino c!oiets from 1.25 00 Melal
wir.g ith .nr.ersoDr'g cuhilons
.s65.00. .icker chairs I 2 00
Also complete l.ingroomr and din-
ingroom Fset al ,er, low prices
Sand many other bargaios CASH
OR CREDIT. Household E vrhonge
Fco. de la Ossa Aenue No. 41
Tel 3-491 I
iC" SALE _-O.erslulied couch and
chair. Koehler, green Ir.eze: oer-
S ruited lounge char, tan tapestr
bed spring and maitr cs, inner-
iPring, double bed size., inner-
S spring maolres. single bcd size
fan 16 inch. oscillating, electric
clock both 25 cycle- mirror with
frame 32 x 42 inches Prices rea-
sonable 0208-A Herrick Rd.
rr Ancon phone 2-6342

,'nmencori couple dea. re i 3 or 4 room
furn..hcd apornrrent in Bella Vilro
o r Son Francisco Call Mrs Allen
Wic'lund. Panama. 3-3198.
WANTED--Deep freeze. 60 cycle. 1
S 5set men's goll clubs Phone 3-
V W,%NTLD -- By American family.
one or Iwo bedroom apartment or
A i ''haolel. furnished or unfurnished
Telephone 3-0432 days, 3-2949,
evenings. Isbell.
V'ANTED: As soon as possible
,,.Furnished apartment. two bed-
rooms, for responsible English
ouPile with one child. Call Pan-
ama 3-4775.
S"WANTED-One or two refrigerators.
-,. kerosene 7 or 8 feet. Inquire Pan-
pqqaroe American,

Jdby Squid Visits
i*S lPiana Home
0'r" BOUTH BEND, Ind. (PI-A
M- bh diir hr noI ii

Autominhfth o. S e."bifo 6 I ds"mr Groa
DWrit AeA 0l0m 4A1myPm igs cal
FREE! FR65i E FREE! 2031 Anip. C, Z. sto
PFr All '6-
STUDEBAKIR OWNERS M.ss Blss of the ~nell Bliss Cocoli gu
From Nov. Ist., thrd NOv. 22nd. Beauty Shop has' brought bock O
oour Studeboker. Win 8,ttoie< and many new glaOrricks and fll llii
completely inspired free f charge
c iomplerely insped free of charge I designs from Hf4Jro.~Cod, Chicago. CIl
Vsr our shopad eploy room Miami and the New York Beauty Pan
AGENCIES PA* AMeRICANAS. Show. Call 4-557.
S A. Ph WENDEHAKE. Medical clinic
IBelow El Ranchao E: udronie Street No. 140. Be-
Tel 2-0825. Box 428 i eer, 'K and "J" street. Phone
FOR SALE -1952 Lincoln Hard Tor SALE
Copri Coupe, like new, only three FOR fSALEu io
months old. Will accept trade-in unfu
tinanc.ng also available. Telephone NiscellaBetiim close
Panama 2-4721 ask for Mr. Hen- FOR ALE:-Pair registered Great Na
enonstrAuo-o w N. 9 or Dare dogs. champion stock for
o.eadg Telephone alboa _1606.

505-B. Cocol. Lewis. -FOR
FOR SALE:-1949 Ford 4 Door \ FOR SALr
Radro. oserdrive. Seat Covers Wesi.i.nghouse, capacity 9 cubic ge
Very clean. Call 2-4437, Balboa. Feet. white porcelain finish in fir
and Out. Like new Distribuidoro re
30% DISCOUNT 30'% Electrica. S. A. lElectric Distri-
On All butors, Inc.l Corner of Ancon
CHRYSLER & PLYMOUTH PARTS Aenue at H Street, Panama, R.
Oser $40,000 00 in Stock of P.
SHOP IN PANAMA FOR SALE:-Drafting table 3 ft. x
To Service Your Car 6 ft. $1000; tour drawer steel P
AGENCIES PAN AMERICANAS lecap sze. $10.00. At 570-B. OFI
S.A. Curundu 4:30 to 6:00 p. m. ,Sal
S. A.-10:3
IBelow El Ranchol FOR SALE.-Registered Great Done in tl
Tel. 2-0825 Box 428 puppies, lawn with black mask of S
-- Telephone lboo 1606. of I
FOR SALE:-1952 Plymouth, excel- Telephone Balboa 1606. of 1
lent condition. Price $2,00000 FOR SALE:-B-by crib with mat- wings
caihl- See it at Arena Elmar or call tress $20 00, Baby Carriage with boo.
Tel. 3-0706. mattress $15.00, Guitar with case oicul
FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile Star.on w- 25 00. Baby iddy Coop withand
gon, Rochet. 1950 8 Cyl, radio mattress, almost new, $50.00. Heig
Call 2-0610. Phone 3-3810, Panama.Heig
FOR SALE: 1942 Buick Sedan FOR SALE:-4 x 6 ft. Metal frame.
Excellent condition, new t.res. wading pool: New, $15. Albrook
radio. 760-C, Balboa, phone 2- Quarters II, phone 3217.
298-1 FOR SALE One "Emel" 8-mm
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac 4 d.,r move camera triple mounted len-
sedan. Radio Good tires, $1,60u.. .ii ,in turret, normal F1.9. wide
00. Coil 2-4473. ,'ngle F 1.9, telescopic 30-mm
F3.5, telescopic 50-imm F3.5 all
FOR SALE.---L1950 Hudson Com- coated for color, 5 speeds, reverse.
modore, 5 'Cftt.Coupe. W/w, tr- square by square, French made
dio. new sedt coers, $1,500.00. with leather case. Phone Panoma NE
Cqll 2-4473. 3-3007. gooB
FOR SALE--1951 Oldsmobile De IL OSI f e(IL N ce
Luxe "98" 4 door sedan. 14,00L0 51 ..U ent
miles, practically 7 nqw,i Hydroma- L OST-Large blar k rlef cale kp- attui
tic and radio, $2.300. Can be nso
fiRanced. House 7691 Apt. A. Bo t, .ininb J. O.aorFs ofCristcbei L to. ll
~. uf -.C.. _-.--/; riariata Florl, C i.Z. 12
fO 1LE. 1949 Ford Custo oqursti gl.'._ l. i
26i,0 miles, $1,000. Finane i ,? .mle DamJtion s 's-
avaIlable. Phone after 4 p.m. Cu- .OTr.-d fiTleDaimpytln 4ola '8ea- glld
rundu 6140. appeared Tuesday from Coattl ju- ett
..J' luey.-.No. .I,- Mediap sizq,'white D
FOR SALE-Oldsrhobile 49,' 4 ddrs, witi permanent black marking, diet
radio, white tires, Al condition. has green color. Call John Leram, veg
Colle Venezuela 5. I 3-1114, Panama: the

-joavyu3 8u1u, wJuiuZ in auI t life
-'fiht have grown to be 50 feet
i'li*. came out of a surpilsed M t e /
South .end housewife's cloggedM other, Son Bc
. rain. .
'Ni.. -:"
"" Mrs. Louise Johnson, 27, said n or BI
'tL tentacles of the 10-armed Into 3re'I DB
%lsember of the octupus family
'Motind around her fingers when
-she cleaned out a lavatory drain MEMPHIS, Tenn. Nov. 8 (UP)
S-A mother-son team h ere e
The squid's body, estimated to parlayed a $50 lahIinto a multi-
S Aboutt, 5 inehes long, was million dollar Wluding enter-
nlU g, probably eaten, ac- prise which even'features baby-
cording to Dr. John D. Mielle'sitters and kennels for traveling

Iof + university of Notre Dame dogs.
It was 20 years ago, when
1 times were bad, that Kemmons
. iish Watcher Claims wilson, now 39 tried to interest
- sh Watcera friend in business. The frienE
It Soothes His Nerves thought the venture too rskt 1
and backed out. Wilson's mnrth'
- .'-TORONTO. Ont. (UP) The er, a grandmother now, joined
X IsUfdent of the Canadian Aqua- her son in business and they've,
SocleLv savs he has a sure been together ever since. They
for Jangled nerves. Keep borrowed $5.
They've built more than q0O
can't think of aXything homes and their holdings also
relaxing than watching include a hotel in Connecticut,
Ulwim gently through cool a string of movie theaters ift
said W. L Whitern. sigh- Tennessee, Kentucky and Mis.
3 ,cefully. "I've kept fish sourt, a millwork and hardwarei
years. I have 300 and I firm and.deluxe motels.
i small apartment. Wilson sa-tr his biggest prbb-
S lem was building his own home
S ou don't see me having ner- to keep up .with his growing
troubles. I watch my fish." family. Wilnot has five children



0ost $50 Loan

hiding Firm

ranging in age from three to 101
years old.
His rambling home is rated as
the largest In Memphis on one
floor, with some 7,000 f e e t of
floor spate. Just about everybody
in the family has a private bed-
eoom and -bath
from one small house, Wilson's
projects grew until he was build-
tng whole subdfvtslons.
any times Wilson would tell
his mother they needed -to bor-
row some money to expand. His
mother had been putting a little
aside all the time and she al-
ways seemed to have the exact
amount banket.
The Wtilsnuo ter had it easy
in the early dahi. Charles Wl-
so=.the father, died when Kem-
rwwas nine months old and
Wilson wored to support
the boy.
The baby. sitt r9rwnd. kennels
are featuress of Wln's string
motels around Memphis. He
calls them Holiday Inn Hotel
"I don't like dogs In the rooms
so I built kennels for people
traveling with their pets," he
said. "We even have a private
exercise area for the dogs."
As for baby. sitters, Wilson
feels that people traveling with
children might like 'to venture
out while in town, i. ilw has a
baby-sitting group on buad.
In addition to belg. a partner
Wilson's mother also dos all the
Interior decorating for the
homes they build,.
Wilson estimate thit about
3,000 people now mlre In homes
built by his firm here.

Too Many Tickets
This Detroit suburb found itself
stuck with 15.00 new trafti
tickets. Municipal Judge George
T. Martin pointed out that the
tickets, painted it tripli-
rate, e lleal because the law
requirs them to be in qiadtth-



ilich Santa Clara beach-
ttages. Electric Icboxes. goa
ives, moderate rates. Telephone
441 Gamboa, 4,567 Pedro Mi.

ips. Oceansid cottages, Spnto
ar. Box 435, Balboa. Phonm
nama 3- 1877, Cristobal 1-1673.

and five room furnished ind
rnished apartments; private eit-
a gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
ew Cristobol. Telephone Colon

RENT:-Furnished room with'or
thout meals, to young lady or
ntlemon. No. 150 Estudiante St.
st floor apartment "i" to *the

Real Estate
ld bids will be received until
0 A. M., November 20, 195W.
he office of the Superinteender'
Storehouses. Balboa, for one lot
6 Quarters and 2 Garage Build-,
located on Empire Street, "Be-
Form of proposal with full. por-,
ars may be secured in the offices
Superintendent, of Storehouses,
the Housing Manager at Btalboa




Mutti6n of the' Maagau- II
ts intimtae of Tbchulogy.
r. urrilr is opp d to the
SwBhich stress fruits an dd
etabl6s and cut down or out
fat takett .

"They are faddish, danaperotI
and downright silly," he said.
The food scientist said the
fat-free meals are too rapidly
digested add absorbed which
means the serious dieter is left
hungry, irritable and tired.
Millions Overwelght
The scientist, a speaker dur-
ing the national food editors'
conference in New York, said
obesity is the most important nu-
tritional problems in the na-
tional problems in the nation
today. It has been estimated, he
said, that 15,000,000 persons ov-
er 30 are overweight. Excess
poundage, he continued, is a ma-
jor factor in shortening the life
Dr. Harris said no one has
come up yet with a. full under-
standing of those factors which
control appetite, but some of
them could be classed as 4
items habit, heredity and
"Family food practices strong-
ly influence the food habits of
later years," the scientist said.
"Heredity is important, but not
nearly so important as the obese
would have us believe. As for
humdrum, eating helps to while
away the monotonous hours
of a dull life."
The scientist said that what-
ever the reason for excess ap-,
petites, excess poundage com i
from too many calories-,wh. l-
er they're calories ftm sugap,
fat or other sources.
Net rat Alone
"The sweet calore of sugar
equals the happy calorie of al-
cohol equals the rotund calorie
of fat." he commended. "8o we
LcanQnt.blame fat alone for obe-
Fats, he continued, have vital
body functions to perform, and
contrary to most opinions, are
not hard to digest.
Overweight develops slowly,
he continued. For instance, an
extra 110 calories per day wiln
add up to two more pounds on
the body in a month.
"But weight reduction should
be a gradual thing," he said. 'We
should be as patient at losing
weight as we were in gaining

Says E t Le
He recommended a simple di-
et procedure Just eat smaller
portito of each dish. Donmt t
late fa~ from the menu.
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Shipping, moving.
We pack and crate
anything. 'Phone
2-2662, Panama

or move

Oft A. nd L' ORILLAC
(PjslJer Grndualesi
8 1o ed 2 a p.m.
_lrS63.: 8 12 nooi.
M P 'iAlealle Tl. 3-ltSS
(I Moe harm Lux Theatre)

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trot, Jitterbug-,
Rhumb a, Samba,
Tango. Mambo.
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THE BEST O6 THE WURST-Gnffiv Wsht, 2 of J,.' f*ink
aua e makes n* ine teed. The huge h, of amndwtbh meua4s 2 S.t-lon
and Is op diailay at the Amertmn Meat Institute's annual -icapti

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Plan First Annual onw
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-ThI 21st monthly meeting of View t e
the latzlan Nurses Aeaocia no Pci
$16o wat-held last week in .he lot
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unrid,-. isen (L w of
o-..rtes of th S. rmy m ve- ,t.
Library. and distrib
The first film dealt with med- A steak <
al aspects of post-atomic at6.

'ta.he mediate w ,toS .
i atomic disaster.:.;.,. M.U
D. urn the :bl.is,
the chaW pKtM.
ArM. 19S8
ool. Cllffo
.ntendent bt Lv,
or a. peranle 0 tiiet'
for the. AoclaLto.
The. Spied..onfired, n 8 a .t e o-
used sectvin r .the urdjr d frt.
of .We h% ." ftUO Nura
Gargae Hospital a ttifit bt
fle. The offer was prompI Xt
accepted. This rom will- I to tak
*aidy for ue by tend tha
on on Jan. 1, 19 -----
The next meetinof the .-
. lan Nurses Assoca .
Uiler first annual Convet.
to be held at the Ary. d ,
Navy Club, Fort Ambd i
Wednesday, December a
p. m.'until the close of theb I
ness session following d ts
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attend the Cqnvention "f ; OOLTJ

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for ALIwbhome was considered cam
A, busin ei.., t urnished without an em,
S t thsT.16J a deared motto on the wa.4 o
piano in thea i Vng'moo W
t-.. .. ica ewes singing seh
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Sis In the aas un- Down Yondec In New Orle
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tv to. take spells say been OsShe
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eYo *fe. tcite body oe Mta" lr ting today.
Arnold O rant: board at Balboa Theater.
-a, ,.c D ent operat- They are gloriously n
wi tand wltt- home Betty Hutton, who stari -
Of Columbia Pie- picture, in the true life
S. Blasom Seeley one of the NO
tono- ladies of show business.
unbitecme a 'f-Fresh from her triumph
Uible Pictures Greatest Show On Earth,"
In o =. five year .. .Hutton brings to
SG' k, vic e- the story of the stag-
t a srg of eKra- girl who began what wqa
l Poneo hba o f db B te r- y e me teoric career nw
Mepuiet ad g tPersona y A d Bea u tyGoes n in a music ha s eon
rdfe er po eaedes to sf u e tfl W Francisco's BarbaTy Coast
Sotfi aies but-.Wla orders utd Success came qidekly
Sbig". *- Immi- W tW at with It, a meeting with. the wmLg
hase i- w etn g sas ee nstea whowasdestinedt t
0 partner__- enrF thedstag eei m
Newst a fih. nd Famous' as one of the' w,0ld'e and toured the United States seen as Fields whose
d foremet ballerinas Cyd. with them for a year. d uring at first, to parallel Minc
Gdo et e. has so much b eau ndw eh time her father proudly success brings unhappy .
Snd ronalty togo with her as her make her debut as a or.- then both.
MOnicker Chang ed 9grataldent, that she achie loi t. A surprise bit is the80
Cstant popularity in motion pld The following year, Cyd was ance or a famous Soa I
lrk HOLLYWOOD, Not. V (UP)- 'tures. ready to sail for Europe wito large supporting cast nd
XOf .. starlet .aIallet when word came that Robert Keith, Billie Bird,
Ao The -Rroadwt o Peat.Crow- She started taking de i-f; her father was dying. She eft Jergen and the harmi
a &la nd Cinder the newest on at the age of ae aJ ediately for his bedside ahd corative "Ches Paree AdA
ft Pla iaas t ar-ou thousands of ulitte irls e th comoanv sailed without her. Betty Hutton has built
UnaMount : sUtios, brought
S r e rso n to tes year. From the first, she a 4 year later, when the allet viable career for herself
by halonwthr Nwo rwpk to te ed an unusual flair for the Art. returned to Los Angeles, her dynamic vivacious st
are tress along with two b er q gU ole Perhaps a was because j .er ,iyd was re-signed. This time song delivery, but "S u
th t father, Ernest P Inklea; a W- she .went to Europe. Loves Me" offers her a
att in t4tenh seller, had a great love for 'theI pace. The eighteen sonf
Fatdo en,"a the ballet. He took so much intar-' David Lichine, choreographer which she reform are
perstnnegl w room eat hi her lessons that lid a gt who had known Oyd as a fel- in ypa f reo
gperlsnels-VhdreVO"e bllt a .pr*ctice bar and ri .wlow member of the Ballet Russe, effervecent sinng rn
girls td0 el a e wen~0trwed in her room at home and t tsduced her t6 Gregory Rat- make a veritable cavalea
s the same dpoh. a be .... ed about daring to ed d a4 she wassig aned for a tunes wiea populhlak I
Studioemployes haveaen In- Much that she grew to 10* J I t lng spot in the film, Some- vived te. years. -
vited to vote for a BW profea- too: t To Shout About." T ereate
slonai nafm for hV ftmn sev- At the age of 12, her teacher 1#- 1944,Cyd, Who had decided the dedo atm.-when
Nat eral suggested byHo nu- I *Amarillo, Tex.as, her i e that she wanted to act as well eeley's career
enred mine r oo10o .1 a is t A; o u1-heads town, sasd she should have *Ore f danes, wAs brought to the at- dScers of "ca ebod
h e thou ch "P t na ofa 'diedd 'ralilng, so hbr filxa- tentlin of M-G-M and immedi- WilliamPerlerg
ed too much name of a r ed for her t go to lately given a contract. aam Perlber and Gem
Sof football player. 'goto study, and0 .BSnce her screen acting de- .on h
new was- o n her way to a career t in "Ziegfield Follies," her a ban f round
10 os Plans." "Taking' .a-,- Chance an In in let. n" "has been steady a n d rangepr s h s e
nards.d ballet and tw Sh b pred he f stage Broadway.
standardsr. e later was signed as a ratt- not only adept at every type of Written adit a
Dil Victor has brought out on a r of the Ballet Ruabe tr danmelng but a competent ac- ing Brecher, this anthen
ingle tw o of the -best num bers .".'..t". pr u o f
itsLeonaSian's Newmet of Amerin "
Faces of 1952" revue album. Al- na, the generoru al
ce Ghostley sangs an ironic bal- memorable song hits at
d of love in Boston in "Bo- day, and a trul
Begulne" esid-t-Eartha ,tK UAfrmance by Betty
oe with "Monotonous.':, ed to make "ome body ia -
J o StaWer a ad nWr MI" one of the screen'tu,
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is familiar but the nolsedl.4
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out at ',lace. ,.,
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were whooping it up in Nzroa :.
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shot from the corner of S-f.
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'Outboard "Motor

Speedboat Drivers To Vie Today's

For 'Al Meig's' Trophy Program
A large crowd Is sure to turn out this afternoon for
the outboard motorboat races scheduled to get underway lit RaIte "." Nattiv* 1 F.
at 2 p.m. today at the Pedro Miguel Boat Club. Purse: S.75.00 Pool closes:. 1:45
Frid2v was rather noisy out at the boat club when Fist Race of the DOubles
most of the "C" Class motorboats were tuning up for 1 PregQnerQ 0G. Call 112
wha' has all the earmarks of a very speedy water show. 2 Diana K. X oea 114
Three of the boats and drivers seem to be evenly 3 Rio Mar J. B.keu 107
matched, according to the test runs turned In Friday. 4 DieO de Mdyo A. M'na 112
These drivers are Lloyd Kent. A. G. Winkers and Tho- 5 Casablanca' Ji Rodrl. 112
mas Egger. However, "C-Sharp." driven by George 6 Domino ilvwera-108
Hud-ins. may very well be a splashy surprise for the T Yqal Ato Aluirre 113
others. 8 ri ChuPna Q7x
On the other side of the program, In Class "A," -
Lloyd Gritor seems to be the favorite, having won first 2nd Race O M Natl' 7 Pp.
place at the last two races held at Pedro Miguel. Purses 3580M Pool ee: 1:15
We hive not received enough entries in the midget Second- Race of the Dqables
oi.s up to this time but are still hoping to complete 1 Amasons J. gam o 120
out schedule before the two o'clock starting gun. 2 Sun's Moon B. Agu r 110
Plenty of parking space is available for spectators' 3 Valartl P. Rose 120
autos and the grounds have been cleared up to allow a 4 Cale.gb) V. Ortga I10
good view of the races. 5 Petite) J. Phfllips II
.. ........-6 Dalida .P. H. Rpyes 117x

U. S. Horse Race Associations 3rdRa..oe at..%..
Purse: 32b0.00 Pool Gloses: 1:0
1 Prince Wad A. Enrique 112
Plan Help For Needy Turfmen 2 ncerdd A. Men 106
0 4 Electron M. Arosenmena 108
0 5 Araucano 0. Chants 105
NEW YORK, Nov. 8- (UPi Guild. the Horsemen's Benevol- 6 Ogly 0L. Lino i
The leading national horse rac- ent and Protective Alsoclation. 7 Dicky E. Silvers 11'
ing associations have started a and the "Morning Telegraph."
plan to take care of those con- At the same time, Pinkerton 4th Race. "'F-2" Native 4% fIs.
nected with the sport who need agents and detectives of the Purse: $275.00 Pool closed: 2:20
help. New York district attorney's of- QUINIELA
fice have arrested three men 1 Opex H. Reyes 117x
The plan calls for the setting rhe three, arrested yesterday 2 Grito y Plata 0. Castillo 118
up of a home for horsemen and outside Jamaica Race Track, are 3 Sirena E. Silvers 113
others associated with racing charged with attempting to 4 Malaya M. Hurley 118
who happen to be down on their swindle a New Jbrsey business 5 Rosa B. J. Bravo 115
luck. A committee of up to 15 man out of more than $1,000. 6 Don Joaquin Reyes 114
will be selected and given au- Jerry O'Grady, 'head of the 7 Luck Ahead F. Rose 112
,tho~ity to decide how to raise Pinkerton Agency at the New 8 Strike Three A. Enrlque 111
ftnds, where the home should be York tracks, identifies the men 9 Golden Fan A. Mena 11l
located, and other details. Back- as Peter Harmon, Tony Gra- 10 Bijagual K. Flores 118
'Iug the plan will be the Jockey bowski and John MacMillan. O'-
&Club Foundation. Thoroughbred Grady says Harmon who has 5th Race "A" Ijiported 7 Fp.
'Racing Association, the Jockey a police record back to 1933 Purse:. $1, 00 Peel closes: 2:55
osed as a trainer, MacMillan as I Royal Alligator B. Agul. 116
A a veterinarian and Grabowski as 2 Viajero J. Bravo 110
the contact man. 3 Bendegus Jose Rodri. 116
O'Grady says the three showed 4 Dietador 0. Castillo 110
'heir intended victim a hypo- 5 Booj J. Reyes 120
enrmic syringe, six vialsa of .Ben- ---
-?drine Sulphate and an electric
uzzer. Thy 'urged the New Jer- 6th Race. "1-2" imported 7 Frg.
_-__ eyite to put up huge sums of Purse: 1378.0 Pool "eloses: 3:3F
.noney. claiming they could fix First -t of thd Doubles
'the races. The intended victim 1 Foratdo e 115
By BEANS REARDON eoorted this to O'Grady and the 2 Pineep B re 115
24 rtars m i.anonal League erres followed'. 3 England. A.' ue 115
V i men r k.A ervce -*, 4 Bendigo M. ley 115
a F5 Far o V. Ortega115
QUESTION: The batter hitslL L "Cata. Mena 115
k' n ooaru kne ien^ 7 Pulgategto 8 0*LawI 112n.
- eS&ch iocas iike a sure homt
J_ ,u eMore e tne ai "is a- 4Au (,JJ 7th Race 'C' 'mp h Fa.
Tol o leave mthe pia a i. g UIVIUIe .-g g f'-aI
-&he less s.ela throw. hm L %m*-Pes* -44

I it,l fleets it so it doesn t go FIRST RACE
S f2W the stands. The batter is 1-M4anolete 2., 8.2. 8.20
S Ield to a double. What is the 2-Tin Tan 5.80, 2.40
Spjrer ruling Al Mayer. 3-Blan ya $2.20
'Answer: abe umpire award is SECOND RACE
te batter three bases. 1--Kontlkl $3, .60, .40
".,4 How aoea Dizzy Dean's 2-Embustero $.80, ..40
m*.lme pitching record lI the 3-El Mono $2.0
lM onal Leagut compare wn i Ft r t-'Doubl- : ( ., .-bhrother Pauls? Warren tikl) $27.60
A. Diazy's lifetime mark is 1-Kaisan1 $7 3 20
NM-,o Paul's 50-34. 2-Peggy $3.20, 2.30
.' Q. You're playing golf. tee ol 3-Fllon I 2.20 .
Iad land In the rough against One-Two: (KaknP-P e g y
Fire plg, clkasifled as an lm- 314.40.
ovable object,. less than a foot FOURT RACE,
om the fairway. Your op- 1--DLxlana $2.80, 2.6 2.20
onent says you can drop the 2-Juan Huincho $3.80, 2.20
Small two club-lengths away from 3-Fil'ranFa $3.20
the plug, but can't place it on Quinlola: (Dimfana-Juas
6 fairway. Right or wrong?- Hlnaeho) $.0 .
Las Tucker. F IACE
A. United States Golf Asso- l-NewmJnster $4.60, 3, 2.20
elation rules do not recognize 2-Avenue Road $3.40, 2.40
.the term fairway, which Is 3-Sir Bos $2.20
merely a part of "through the SIXTH RACE
Vpem." It's perfectly legal to 1-Rinty $29.20, 5.80, $4.
SAtee the ball two club-lenthse 2-Betun 3.40. 3.40
bomm the fire plug and on the 3--PreItiglo $320
Q. How much did John L. 1-Siso $23.0, 6.40, 4.60
n o earn as a fist-fighter? 2-In T me $5, 3.20
SSullivan earned 1,221,320 Second Doubles (Rinty-eilaso)
his public lfetime,,but 3549.6M.
a uSmal portion of It came EIGHTH RACE
h atual work in the ring. 1--oOtcn Chunk $4.80, 3.80, 240
share for anv fiht 2--oylto (e).$4.80, 2.60
Slade in the third Quiflela: (Scotch Chum-Goyl.
In New York in 1933. to) $150.
When was the first time NINTH RACE
Women attended bo Pnqg 1-MingO $4.20, 3.20, 2.40
I n any great numbers? 2-Pepsi Cola $3.20, 2.40
cam Albertanti. 3-Mosqueton $3.20
T he first time was for the One-Two: (Mngo-PepM Cola)
W la*rd-Frank Mora, fight $140.6
Mew York' old Madison TENTH RACE
SGarden in 1918. Pro- I-Rose Hip $8.40, 4.40
x Te RIcekard put on 2-Bedulno $3.80
ort fo femininV patrons and ELEVENTH RACE
i, .mo ot of them from I-Baby Rol $15.g0, 6.80
., attended. 2--FPaques $3.60

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4 Vampli esa E. 1 o 100
A Notablia G.,gm 118
3th R'cR "I" Ipo .6 Pfs.
Purse: $40.t o Po .el5: V.4
I Pia A. Mena 110
2 ChMrming Prince F, Rose 115
3 Mr. Pobt) J. Sfam. 117
4 Ventre a Terrel J. Bruao 113
5 Blbuceo E. Silver 120
) 5. pro E." Uin 112
7 Orap Dia 0. C^* Its1
*.Sumud iMtne O. 108

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Panie: 30.M0 Pool eloei 5:1540
1 Pamtpdee H. 117x
Hartley LaS V. Orteg.112
4 u L B. Aaulrre 114
5 Rioal J. ol 113x
8 Cil K. lorea 112
18th Ra "D" Native 8% 7gs.
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1 mukh B. AwArre 116x

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Ing gear to ry ths new area. "Frna
tlion they riteived from !MorgmCwn
makes us all want, to go there it ftor
this wonderful hospitality.
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car. From there they went by. boat
about 50 miles up the coast. There
also owns the boat they used tor
La Plata .they found the "Pcifice
Ing fish from the ntives. The
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14, E. Amador caught- the first .
reel by an Ecuadorean. Frank als
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nd on the ring for al IH gouldin, who did some fighting cO1Nt G TAC
use he works as a pep, out of Altoona, PA.
helper -1, a Chester "KRbck is the type the good Having coaches *j
for $1.29 an hour, He heavies like to dodge," asserts Hill, who broad j
e there are Mrs. B Wigging. "We had trouble getting 25 feet 7. inch
B and er three c him work soon after he started. "ears .M an Ame
tes' 9Iugslt at 0 He w' Oo good for the other outfielder; was well g
ds AiThursday n boys t similar experience, so with t personnel.
0.. IMoiday m.7 we had to throw nhim in with Ill weht back toj
he was bac at puneherg Dan Bucceroni and tice with a corkig starf
g and toun, an Danny Nardicp, ound his fifth When he retu
onr it a or sixth time out.IRocky had to the. single win th
Sif pt t. learn the har4 way." planned: know
NA- single wing. and, OI
tThab1 gl tW 8f6t was *Jone mine eqMtIA taM :
,2.r..a.d he's vRa a ma ortyf ore effct y t
ther. He ed with
mt once o&a toi of Aih
a.Urao.' i* sional fIght, aft 'he ,adia 8I as found n-ovaie w he*
s right-MieI a reId-Joe&. an amateur aroundC Santon, 0., ed worthy of such a te '
ot the ae oky in the Pa., was a' itr iwunder InAl- task, Bill lAunfer I thi
Yl, -Asre t lentown, :'w*heb e beat Billy suddenly recalled that J
S M Cer Norris. Southern Callforniasa-l
Rabky'a send of the $40 fee was need track and freuini
didn't even know who he a fast $15. His affiliation with ball coach, had quietly
until after'the fight," he his then handlers ended there. be considered.
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MIIW YORK, Nov. 8 South- 12 of th1 21 years b 1w' Uf
ern California searched the and '47 e r
tr0edth'Pof the land 'for a crack $37.000 to py Ori sea w
engtnebr and found one in Its manning wo yeard f c '
awn pilothouse. tract.
Jesse Terrilll HW's smashing
success with the Trojans recalls hUNTER NGCO tU A
Bill Hunter shopping for a head SELLERS' MARSI .
football-coach at the Dallas foot-
ball meetings two Winters to There waS amoViisaB "
practically everybody but Oen. Cravath the prevlou* eam 1
Dwlght D. Eisenhower and Ad- when a group blocked
lal Stevehson, and they no doubt pointmnnt Of Pal P of
woulc' have beea propositioned Browns.
1ed they been around. Hunter encounta d a W
The Southern California wolves market in Texas. OM to
demanded a name coach who Minnesota. Du-ke ai l
could beat California, which. un- ,ere similarly
der Pappv -Waldorf, had edgedi len. Bob Ney1and d
Trov three years in a row, each eave Tennessee. ObaN?'Oa
time by no more than six points. I -ald Princeton wa. m a
Bowl eans in five years, but that bY the Minnesota s-
wasnl inoa h.wten though -the ryanttoo k*a ight r
one-time center upset Notre Jng-term contract .t
Dame just before being given the Hunter finally sOttl
old aac*o. Not as jlon as Califor- liot. The I liuOl M
'na AT 4 getting' ,wav with any- Lo".Angeles,
thing. Howard' Hardlne Jones provs on ly. .b a
built so well that he sooi%.-d the when he diecoyasd an
p14 Blues, real and synthetic. the clique dead ant him. j
Trlansa having been either .Wyominw et.---, V,..tt
champions or co-champions of M~ us Don ntwe.
the Pacific Coast Conference for oacht d et
recalls. "I stopped everything he ut the bras and otheS .s
threw, .which was plenty, but bered the controversy ties
IE etouldn't knock me down. So man of Massillon created at
I became Rocky to the boys." State
Jones is owned by a couple of Jess Hill could be f
Zielaware County gentlem e n. because lie had never:
lo-y Wiggins drives an o 11 major-collegeteam
tuck. Fiankie Green identifies ed considerable
himself as a jewelry salesman ard Jones and had
and fight promoter. fine results at
Hig h and Rlvenrme
tigeins and Green gout their lee B and Lon BeSach
t had spread the word Brown. JordanOliar,
Rrofid New York that they had and numerous oti..
fiavy who was available to mole experience whe
Ig.lt anyone anywhere. Rocky's the top .
tr. ner is a happy little 59-yar- ,

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I Complete House Electior

1 -F. W Bovkin. D.
2 *G0. M. Grant. D
3 *G. W. Andrews. D
4 *K A. Roberts. D.
5 "Albert Rains. D.
6 'A. I Selden. D.
7 *Carl Elliott. D.
8 *R. E Jones. Jr., D.
9 'L. C Battle. D.
1 J J Rhodes. R
2 *H A. Patten. D.
1 'E. C Gathings. D.
2 "W. D. Mills D
3 "J W. Trimble. D.
4 *Oren Harris. D.
B 'Brooks Hays D
O "W. F Norrell. D.
1 *H B Scudder. R
2 'Clair Engle. D.
3 In doubt
4 W S Mailliard R
5 *J. F. Shelley. D.
6 R. L Condon. D
'7 J. J. Allen Jr. R
8 G. P Miller. D
9 J. A. Younger. R.
10 C. S Gubser, R.
11 *L. Johnson. R.
12 'A. 0 Hunter. R
13 In doubt.
14 H. Havpn. D
15 *G. L. M. McDonough. R
16 *D. L. Jackson. R.
17 *Cecil R. King. D.
18 C. Hosmer. R
19 *C. Holifield. D.
20 *C, Hinslaw. R.
21 E. W Hiestand. R.
22 Jose'h S. Holt R.
23 *C Dole, D
24 'N. Fon'i'on r
26 *P. J H'" n',. R.
36 *S W. Vo," D.
27 *H. R. Shenpard. D.
2 8 J. B Utt. R.
29 *J. Phillips. R.
30 R. C. Wilson. R.
1 *B G. Rogers. D.
2 *W. S Hill. R.
3 '.T E Chenoweth. R.
4 *W. N. Aspinwall, D
1 T. J. Dodd. D.
2 *H. Seelv-Brown Jr., R.
3 A. Cretella, R
4 J. P. Morano. R.
5 'J. T. Patterson, R.
At-L. *A. N Sadlak. R.
At-L. H. B. Warbu Vn, R.
1 In doubt.
2 *C. E. Bennett. D.
S3 R. L. F. Sikse. D.
S 4 OB. Lantaff. D.
S5 A. S. Herlong Jr., D.
6 *D. L Rogers, D.
S 7 J. A. Halev. D.
S 8 D. R. Matthews. D.
S 1 *P. H. Preston Jr., D.
2 *E. E. Cox, D.
3 *E. L. Forrester, D.
4 *A. S. Camp, D.
5 *J. C. Davis, D.
7 *H Lanham. D.
8 *W. M, Wheeler. D.
9 P. H Landrum. D.
10 *Paul Brown. D.
1 In doubt.
2 *H. H. Budge, R.
1 "W. L. Dawson, D.
B. O'Hara. D.
*F. E. Busbey, R.
S*W. E. McVev, R.
m *J. C. Kluczynski, D.
O *T. J. O'Brien. D.
Vacated bv death of
SA. J. Sabath, D.
S*T. S. Gordon, D.
S*8. R. Yates, D.
O' *R. W. Hoffman. R.
B *T. P. Sheehan. R.
OZ. A. Jonas. R.
*Mrs. M. S. Church, R.
*C. W. Reed, R.
'N. M. Mason, R.
S Leo. E. Allen, R.
*I. C. Arends. R.
'H. H. Velde. R.
'*R. B. Chiperfleld, R.
'a5. Simpson. R.
*P. F. Mack Jr.. D.
*W. Springer. R.
*C. W. Vursell, R.
*M. Price. D.
*C. W. Bishop, R.

:.j *R. J. Madden. D.
S*C. A. Halleck, R.
In doubt.
S1 J. Crumpacker Jr., R.
S4 *E. Ross Adair, R.
J. V. Beamer, R.
6 *C. M. Harden. R.
7 *W. G. Bray, R.
D. B. Merrill. R.
*E. Wilson. R.
i *R. Harvey. R.
*C. B. Brownson. R.
.. ; IOWA
1' *T. E. Martin. R.
"*H. O. Talle, R.
;: *H. R. Gross, R.
:4 *K. M. LeCompte, R
S "P. Cunningham, R.
J. I. Dolliver, R.

T7 *B. F. Jensen, R.
8 *C. B. Hoeven, R.
3 H. 8. Miller, D,

This is the almost-complete list of results in voting
for members of the House of Representatives in Tuesday's
According to latest results, the parties will line up
in the House: Republicans, 221; Democrats, 212; Inde-
Ipendent, 1.

2 'E P. Scrivner, R.
3 'M. V. George. R.
4 "E. H. Rees, R.
5 "C R. Hope. R.
6 'Wint Smith, R.
1 'N J. Gregory, D.
2 G. L Withers, D.
3 "J M. Robinson Jr., R.
4 PF. L. Chelf. D. *
5 "B. Spence. D.
6 *.). C. Watts, D.
7 *C. D. Perkins, D.
8 *J. S. Golden, R.
1 -F E. Hebert, D.
2 *Hale Boggs. D.
3 *E. E. Willis, D.
4 *O0. Brooks, D.
5 "O. E. Passman., D.
6 *J. H. Morrison, D.
7 T. A. Thompson, D.
8 G. S. Long, D.
I *Robert Tale, R.,
2 "C. P. Nelson. R.
3 "C. G. McIntire. R.
1 *E T. Miller, R.
2 "J. P. S. Devereux, R.
3 "E. A. Garmatz, D.
4 G. H. Fallon, D.
5 Frank Small Jr.
6 DeWitt S. Hyde, R.
8 S. N. Fridel, D.
1 *J. W. Heselton. R.
2 E. P. Boland, D.
3 'P. J. PhUbin. D.
4 *H. D. Donohue, D.
5 "Edith N. Rogers, R.
6 *W. H. Bates, R.
7 'T. J. Lane, D.
8 *A. L. Goodwin, R.
9 *D. W. Nicholson, R.
10 L. Curtis, R.
11 T. P. O'Neill Jr., D.
12 *J. W. McCormack, D.
13 "R. B. Wigglesy'th. R,
14 "J. W. Martin Jr., R.
1 IT. M. Machrowlcz, D.
2 *G. Meader. R.
3 *P. W. Shafer, R.
4 *C. E. Hoffman. R.
5 *G. R. Ford, Jr., R.
6 Kit Clardy, R.
7 *J. P. Wolcott, R.
8 A. M. Bentley, R.
9 'Ruth Thompson. R.
10 E. A. Cederberg, R.
11 V. A. Knox, R.
12 *J. B. Bennett, R.
13 *G. D. O'Brlen, D.
14 *L. C. Rabaut, D.
15 *J. D. Din.?', D.
16 *J. Lesinski, D.
17 C. G. Oakman. R.
18 *G. A. Dondero, R.
1 'A. H Andresen. R.
2 'J. P. O'Hara, R.
3 *Roy W. Wier. D.
4 *E. J. McCarthy, D.
5 *W. H. Judd, R.
6 "F. Marshall. D.
7 *H. C. Andersen. R.
8 *J. A. Blatnik, D.
9 *H. C. Hagen, R.
1 *T. G. Abernathv, D.
2 "J. L. Whitten. D.
3 *F. E. Smith., D.
4 .J. B. Williams. D.
5 *A. Winstead, D.
6 *W. M. Colmer, D.
1 *F. M. Karsten. D.
2 'T. B. Curtis. R.
3 Mrs. J. B. Sullivan, D.
4 J. P. Hillelson, R.
5 *R. Boiling. D.
6 W. C. Cole. R.
7 'Dewey Short. R.
8 *A. S. J. Carnahan. D.
9 *C. Cannon. D.
10 "Paul C. Jones. D.
11 'M. M. Moulder, D.
1 In doubt.
2 *W. A. D'Ewart, R.
1 'C. T. Curtis, R.
2 R L Hruska, R.

WOUNDED BACK ROK soliuer bear their deed and wound-
ed back down the hill in Korea's fierce battle zones as displaced
persons and wounded watch Ie line of war.

3 *G. R. Withrow, R.
4 *C. J. Zablocki, D.
5 *C. A. Kersten, R.
* .*W. K. Van Pelt, R.
7 M. R. Laird, R.
V8 S. W. Byrnes, R.
9 *M. Hull. R.
10 A. E. O'Konski, R.
At-L W H. Harrison, R.


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3 *R. D. Harrison, R.
4 *A. L. Miller, R.
At-L. C. Young, R.
I 'C. A. Wolverton, R.
2 'T. M. Hand. R.
3 *J. C. Auchincloss, R.
4 'C. R. Howell, D.
5 P. Frellnghuys'n Jr., R.
6 'C. P. Case, R.
7 'W. A. Widnall, R.
8 *G. Canfield. R.
9 *C. Osmers Jr., R.
10 *P. W. Rodino Jr.., D.
11 *H. J. Addonizlo, D.
12 *R. W. Kean, R.
13 'A. D. Slemlnski, D.
14 *E. J. Hart, D.
I At-L. *A. M. Fern'dez., D.
At-L. J. J. Dempsey, D.
I S. Wainwright. R.
2 S. B. Derounlan, R.
3 F. J. Becker, R.
4 4*H. J. Latham, R.
5 A. H. Bosch, R.
6 L. Holtzman, D.
7 "J. J. Delaney. D.
8 *L. B. Heller, D.
9 *E. J. Keogh, D.
10 *Edna F. Kelly, D.
11 *E. Celler, D.
12 F. E. Dorn. R.
13 *A. J. Multer, D.
14 *J. J. Rooney, D.
15 John H. Ray, R.
16 *A C. Powell Jr., D.
17 *F. R. Coudert Jr., R.
18 *J. C. Donovan, D.
19 *A. G. Klein, D.
20 *F. D. Roosevelt, D.
21 *J. K" Javits, R.
22 'S. A. Fine, D.
23 *I. Dollinger, D.
24 *C. A. Buckley, b.
25 Paul A. Flno. R.
26 'R. A. Gamble, .
27 R. W,,Gwinn, R:
$8 K. St George, R,
o *J. E. Wharton, R.
30 'L. W. O'Brlen, D.
31 '*D. P. Taylor, R,.
32 'B. W. Kearney. R.
3a *C. E. Kilburn, R.
34 *W. R. Williams, R.
35 *'. W.-Riehlhan. R.
36 *John Taber, R.
37 *W. S. Cole, R.
38 *K. B. Keating, R.
39 "H. C. Ostertag,. R.
40 *W. E. Miller, R.
41 *E. P. Radwan, R.
42 J. R. Pillion, R.
43 *D. A. Reed, R.
I *H. C. Bonner, D.
2 L. H. Fountain, D,
3 *0. A. Garden, D.
4 *H. D. Cooley, D.
5 *T. Chatham, D.
6 *C. T. Durham. D.
7 *F. E. Carlyle, D.
8 *C. B. Deane, D.
9 H. Q. Alexander, D.
10 C. R. Jonas, R.
11 *W. W. Jones, D.
12 G. A. Shulord, D.
At-L. *U. L. Burdick, R.
At-L. 0. Krueger, R.
1 0. H, Scherer, R.
2 *W. E. Hessh R.
3 P. F. Schenek. R.
4 *W. McCullough, R.
5 *C. Clevenger, R.
6 *J. G. Polk, D.
7 *C. J. Brown. R.
8 *J. E. Betts,'R.
9 *F. Reams, IND.
10 *T. A. JenkWB., R.
i1 0. P. BRlIto. R.
12 'John M. Varys, R.
13 *A. F. Welcht. R.
14 *W. H. Ayrea, R.
15 *R. T. Secret, D. .
16 *Frank T. Bow, R.
17 'J. H. McGregor, R.
18 In doubt.
19 *M. J. Kirwan, D.
20 *M. A. Felghan, D.
21 *R. Crosser, D.
22 *E. P. Bolton, R,
23 *G. H. Bender, H.

1 Result!
1 -P. Belcher .-
2 E. Edmondson, D.
3 *Carl Albert, D.
4 *Tom Steed, 1D.
5 'J. Jarman, D.
6 *V. Wickersham, D.
1 1W. Norblad, R.
2 Sam Coon, R.
3 *H. D. Angell. R.
4 *H. Elleworth, R.
1 *W. A. Barrett, D.
2 *W. T. Granahan, D,.
3 J. A. Byrne, D.
4 *E. Chudotf, D.
5 *W. J. Green Jr., 1D.
6 'H. D. Scott Jr.. R.
7 *B. V. James, R,.
8 *K. C. King, R.
9 *J. B. Dague, R.
10 *J. L. Carrigg, R.
11 E. J. Bohin, R.
12 *1. D. Fenton, R.
13 *S. K. McConnell Jr.,.R.
14 *G. M. Rhodes. D.
15 F. E. Walter, D.
16 W. M. Mumma, R.
17 *A. R. Bush, R.
18 *R. M. Simpson. R.
19 8. W. Stauffer, R.
20 *J. E Van Zandt, R.
21 'A. B. Kelley, D.
22 *J. P. Saylor, R.
23 "L. H. Gavin, R.
24 *C. D. Kearns, R.
25 *L. E. Graham, R.
26 'T. E. Morgan, D.
27 'J. G. Fulton, R.
28 *H. P. Eberharter, D.
29 *R. J. Corbett, R.'
30 *V. Buchanan, D.
1 *A. J. Forand. D.
2 *J. E. Fogarty, D.
1 *L. M. Rivers, D.
2 *J. J. Riley, D.
3 *W. J. B. Dorn, D.
4 *J. R. Bryson, D.
5 *J. P. Richards, D.
6 *J. L. McMillan, D.
1 *H. 0, Lovre, R, .
2 *E. Y..DBrryP'l .
1 *B. a. Reece, R.
2 H. HBaker, R.
3 J. B. Frazier Jr., D.
4 *J. L. Evits, D
5 *J. P. Priesi D.
6 *at SUtiton, D.
7 om Muray, D.
8 *Jere Cooper, D.
9 *C. Davis, D.

1 *W. PatmA, 1.
2 J.RB. 4oI p.. .
3 *B. Oent.,--. '
4 *Sam Raybrn. D.
5 *J. P. Wailse, D.
6 *0. 3. Teague. D.
7 John Dody, D.
8 *A. Thomas, D.
9 *C. W. Thompson, D.
10 *H. Thornberry, D.
11 W. R. Poge, D.
12 *W. H. I~ucas, D.
13 *F. Ikard, D.
14 *J. E. Lyle Jr., D.
15 'L. M. Bensen Jr., D.
16 'Ken Regan, D.
17 '0. Burleson. D.
18 *W. Rogers, D.
19 *G. H. Mahon, D.
20 *P. J. Kilday, D.
21 *O0. C. Fisher, D.
At-L. Martin Dies, D.
1 *W. L. Prouty, R.

I D.. Stringfellow, R.
2 W. A. Dawson, R.
1 *E. J. Robeson Jr., D.
2 *P. Hardy Jr. D.
3 *J. V.' Gary, D.
4 *W. M. Abbitt, D.
5 "T. B. Stanley, D.
6 R. H. Poll, R.
7 'P. Harrison, D.
8 *H. W. SmIth. D.
9 W. C. Wampler. R.
10 J. T. Broyhill, R.
1 T. M. Pelly, R.
2 J. Westland, R.
3 R. V. Mack, R.
4 *H. Holmes, R.
5 "Walt Horan, R.
8 T C. Tolletson, R.
At-L. In doubt.
1 R. H. Mollohan. D.
2 *H. 0. Staggers, D.
3 *C. M. Bailey, D,
4 Will E Neal, R.
5 *'. Kee, D.
6 C. Byrd, D.
1 "L, H..Smith, R.
2 *G. R. Davis. R.

iiW* 4ad of the we

_thi- e Republt
Nt.estod ahsid
w~a~f~Wt fwera 'his
soILWP *" that his SJa
pOal iW -be based on
merit wt' regard to setx.i
color. '.. '
Sit tord '"-Aowsa conference
there "' tty-M outstanding'
Repubuca w9ea4 available and,
suitable or- p ttlna in the new,
GOP aflbtxItlon. But she
said she hi not drawn up a
list for sptif lOt,
But @0pe are qualifi-
ed for o on are: Mrs.
Ovt Cuactive cam-
W O...'i wer and
exeagUve', 'p ent of the
HGORg$ .7 M argaset
Che.,B); Mrs.
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WASHINGTO, Nov. 8 (UP) i. Officials feel I, Mwoud.. be ", 6
- The outgoing Democratid ad- foolhardy and dangerous to
ministration will. hand Presl- commit this country to any w IN
dent-elect Dwight D. ~isenhower foreign p'olly., Move untl is 56
plans for a stepped-up foreign certain the nw admiaetration s
aid program which will call for-will follHw tbro gh.
expenditures of $7,500,000,000, it The $7,500,00.Od0 : estima Dtt .
was disclosed today. for, the fisl. year bel ug paiIng
One hint of what action the next July I compares wt $,- ler
Republicans may take on the 900J,000 Congress voted 1 with AM
proposal came from Rep. John foreign aid this year.
Vbrys (R-0.) who may become The aditaistration had ha ve-h
chairman of the House Foreign asbugtt s07,00,000,90 and El. WiJ4
Affairs Committee.o
Vorys said the Republican- ee
controlled 83rd Congress-may m i i
adopt a policy of long-term ,iW
loaps to friendly, free nations, A Wbhe
Instead of outright grants. F0 AfTS* S
Elsenhower and his top for-
eign policy advisers will review
the administration's proposal at
his White House meeting with .- Vrr
President Truthan Nov. 17. GOP I CITY No.8 (UP) Vor ,
views of foreign aid may be' t Atl aV Aa of the majo. .
come clearer after that sesslort. a0 .1an au- Ot*ulauntat
At Augusia. Ga., sources dcose Mlcaa arty haebn a-
to Eisenhower said he world r f.. r ft rat a ht
name top-level consultants .oh i.h9wer ,n eti* air ".
foreign pollcy early next wek, tU6 i :rtIving, Guate- .L Ot s
maybe Monday. as a _id today. .
Ple, are seekwig .a fo:rQth -
Theae ten will confer with 1FN they said, .
State Department officials id .
report back to the former five- The- tP alers 1 aula.ArlfS
star general before his project. Baorrri VaSaea e
ed meetsIa with the President. AI W m Ca C-Ar Ai
- Uptf the liaison men i ae Lui S Yaa._ oM'
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CAN youa O in the missing letters Cts musical
pyramid so that each line conatbllM-l name of
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sI pulled with the letters of each
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phrase provides a blnt to the
identity of the word. Vor exam.
pie. the answer to the frst la
1. Sly ware.
2. Ideas came.
3. I mean to rend it.
4. No more stars.
5. The law.
6. Tin ye govern.
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the wC .eoSeud bjy "TWO."
W i*sme sefMd, her dear old face aglow
WIit me. e mores of long ago,
OGraoso Wassat of easy chairs,
BStta 0 ts2 TWO she usually wears.
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Four Brothers
TM s four brothers
W whose combined gs are
10) years. Albert's age added to
al atoley's age totals 92. BNL ty's
by Id ?e, 4 PIln Charles' 55e totals 113.
:) Charles' age added to Daniel's
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the Beilin, Germany, zoo is no chore for these sea lism, They just
ielax in the sun while the keepers scrub down their living quarters.

AT OLD FABLE about the tortoise and the hare doesn't' old-- t
e. Harry, world's only swimmiig.T rabbit, beats,a'itortge j -s
K New York hotel. The winner, tired by his itoi spai~o j

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-MAKING HER TRIAL RUN, the steamer Cason J. Callaway moves up'the Detroit river and
"1ads for Lake Erie. The 647-foot carrier, of U. S. Steel's Pittsburgh fleet, has a capacity
'f more than 19,000 long tons. With two new sister ships, she will increase firm's tonnage.

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are doing when t
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46T ET 'ER GO" Is the cry as the chutes open and a Cowboy on top a buck-
Sing, twisting bronco c6qies charging out Into the corral amid the cheers
of hundreds of onlookers in the cow town of Augusta, Mont. This rodeo
follows the same setup of countless other contests except for the cowboys and
cowgirls who compete-timey'rn all ',of high school age. Official title for the
program is the National Championship High Schpol Rod.eo and it annually
draws some 100 young cowh4ands and .wranglers from 16 states to rope and
ride for such prizes As hand-tomoed psadles; overalls, boots, liats and A glU.
.This year's top Wianers nee I.4Fant -p Manie, frorn Edgemont, -.. b, as
All-Round Cowboy, and.R, 'Carol.Btolhi, Big Tirbepr, Mo.t., the All--Rund
.Cowgirl. Of course, there's a'Rodeo Queen, XKari i LKuhr, of Chinook, Mont.



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In fact, he accumulated enough votes to have won sc W N mV
just about any presidential election in the history of a fter PU Sal. V
the United states, except this one. D0 er e
It .says'something tor both Elsenhower and Steven. aounacl sK
son that their appeal was such that they persuaded team SU-86Pi. '
something like 60.000AOQ United States voters to turn TJh
out to the polling booths on election day. Percentage. i Tx fs
i le, It was tar and away the besy ent return eU ".4
voters have played in the business of making demo- ed 'ha St
cracy work. oumt -aa ir*,?
Maybe t was because the two candidatetes c paned h-- no mat on
ter which one you were for. bore no resemnbance to ..o
the professional politicians who for so long have nat
It clear that they ploee more stock by their return to -BM
office than they do by the problems and duties that
beset the United States In the world today. Ing
The two candidates campaigned *ith-coba4red to on. 2 06eiiJ
recent political oocasions-a dIgnty which Paidcnal- cnl- Eft .4daf
derable compliment to the electors whose votes they eidtl0'Ibe
. were soliciting. m dedng
They paid the voters of the United States the cred. 8 = b. -the "u
It of regarding them as politlcaly-awae citizens, cap. says eni
able of considering anl arguments ter one a an a hedtle this season u vNder0W4, ADia
the other of any political problem, wegn then with*I' ,--- i o "--f- Mm
care, reaching a cob.cuulon. then p edU B 4ty wY.6 t5 flia "SM f
to the polling booth to record a vote In line with this ith the Sw YOtk Igrife. s U um
conclusion. office ane e af Mam'si
c nThe Army 1l General'$ o 02pe
This is the working of democracy at ts most adult. reports g 2eed d'
The United States have often been criticized for the U3ad tri dr d t ,- amu-fa
hoopla and fanfare of the electoral process, as prac- t.' i mdirwa. f
ticed there.
Sure, there was hoopla and fanfare this time, bet lan I ?
addition there was the sturdy response of the Voting fkee. ii .tJ To
electorate. -erad In
When this element breaks through so sturdily, then Tw h
the hoopla and fanfare can well be relegated to the ecte I
bottom drawer where it belongs.-
There is little solid analysis available as y t o the --e dt4is -' e.
motives which broughabout the. Ike a B oone fsea t no a.er is U.r H
there ip a strong Indication that bue 4d muchfo butthe o"tlia the', 4
himself as the Rep lcan Partyr for.- hl~, so tfr draft s.

tons thin the Rep,.lican Party aqr were embrly e if M .....
f r Taft. ho- trov, s ie e '"d.' .
Certaly juat al.l, the cont raal caract ,
tn the OOP came home suceessftU-M4Orthz. Jennt"er 1?OP, , t '," ,,
and the rst. But th can be presumed to ve ad
that full nieasure of .ocal auoport which fall to ,' .* ,*m (Pfa.i '- 'B"
ate sos who is set upon by foreiners fromot
states and clutes.
oBy and w larhe, though the country. the Demnocfrlie
r candidates did not take the lathelne that tellw the
luckles Ayilal when he was stacked up peIsonAl ty i. 14.
Strue thisthihat Ike will be faced with a Cono ,h
teas t which the Republican majority Is almost ol- an". ,
Wati eveso sort of a m iorlty Ike bad. aind why, it wase tfr omm
in no dense mner ,tihe. "etotrs et wnMtOd si.
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* THE PUBLIC OQIION PO"LS were about as tar -V= 4'
off the mark as ever. lsMilla ,
In 1948 they said Dewey led Truman by such a 4 ear .jpf
margin that It was haraly worth bothering with -aft
election. Truman won. ed
In 1952 they said the division between the candXi- us
dates was so close that It was foolish for anyone t4
pretend to predict which way the election would g. ethe .-
Elsenhower won in the biggest landslide since ?.X *o n; smt
vs. Landon, by a margin, at last reports, of six mill .
votes or more. i
Since then nothing much has been heard from the
poAlster. r . ,
Nothing much ha4 been heard either from defeated
candidate Adlai Stevenson, bux his case is more in- univli si
teresming to consider than is that of the pollsters.. Bra k lo
For instance, in taking a political pasting of hta_. SAIw.6 ,"af
toric proportions, he accumulated more votes than TshT .a0 740rSA1 in'
carried President Truman back into.the White HoUse n s :.I .
in 1948.

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4 n sle- poplar 8-Fasten 52-Part
ehf .' owner 108-Spqkes 9-Caper of
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4- "..In Italy grace
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'.' wondg~er learning 61-ThreadIl
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St ly family 1-Melody 65-Claw
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In chains tbey've biand him, hard and fast;
Bis fierce and fghtlng days ar past,
His future, dark and grim.
The jackals now will venture nigh,
Though still they cringe before hbl eye,
With trembling knees and glances sly,
They'll gloat on Abdel Krim.
The proud and pompous power of Spain,
Spurred on by lustful greed of gain,
Was hurled against him, all in Vain;
No servile peace for him!
Before the vaunted might of France,
He lowered not his ready lance,
And costly was their small advance,
In the land of Abdel Krim.
Nor did our "Yankee Airmen" shirk.
Their hireling share of dirty work;
But tell. with self complacent smirk,
Of bombed and -ruined town;
They murdered women, sore oppressed.
And bables at the mother's breast,
These "proud Amnericans," In qdest
Of honor and renown.
This dusky warlror, eagle eyed,
For long their-deviltry defied;
Imbued with patriotic pride,
He bowed his head to none;
But gaunt Starvation's ghastly hand
Spread bleak distress throughout the land,
And now, by ruthless Fate's command,
MHis proud career Is done.
He fought 0 *4ll that men hold dear,
For all that patriots revere-,
Through many a long and bloody year,
He brought the foe to grief;
Small chance,had. uch as he to treat
With- men eimaetr 1 .black decelt,.
But, tlorlous, aen hI lefdat,
es still the peerless chief. -
What though.X .skl be dark as night,
He fought bra.e fod ,at fight.
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For hoee and. native land,
S jtugh" aja t tremendous oddi
And' hL ~ 'i c t, d frauds,
A though lost-By all the Gods.
I'd love to shake his hamd.
Out smug siaycophanuiM prs,
With Joy ptcms "One re less,
And lays profound and fervi, sties,
On sweet and lasting peaeei
In casting chorus, they rejoice.
And hail the day, with piping voice,
When men shall all be slaves from choice.
Aand Liberty shall eeaS.
Oh, for theq gallant days of old.
When fighting spirits, free and bold.
Soared far above the lure of gold
Nor reeked of life or limb!
Oh. for such stalwart soul as thine.
'Badowed with fortitude divine,
erenely straight supremely' fte.
Stout hearted Abdel Krim.
Here's to thy calm, courageous soul.
That scorns the cheap and sordid role.
The pitiful and paltry dole,
Respectable and prim;
e-"e's to thy bold heart. ansfraid,
Here's to thy keen and flashing blade,
Here's to 'thy spirit urdismayed.
Intrepid Abdel Krim!
-By John MeGroarty.

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