The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00198
 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: AA00010883:00198
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Sf shoipbod observers 30 to 35 the sabenc of Mrs.
m s f te explosion, the Reniile who will repr
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la. has been investigating "we .lnnuned we were hav- ance Committee meeting to-
Inilts in the UN secre- ing '- 4t iertes this fall at night.
M. Carn said Lie had Eniwetok. It is our practice to Council meetings are open to
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if .4 uula-whicb-has boy- of ment should Two off-duty soldiers who
Iice his term was ex- be fa 4irly soon. But scouting I the jungle ,414A
thtre years in 1851- it to be brief and Rio Indmo bridge yesterday fI a
he held the secre- po aaon, the corpse of a man bellerdto
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of the Western pow- et blasts in- who was reported missing in. O-
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to Lie led observers to tht b test was in they foulid a .32 caliber a
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THIS I YOUR FORUM THE READERS WN COLUMN The black and blue dcpkKey 1*
really a "white elephant" to the
they turned out the vote,
*P r A AIh A A nation's labor chiefs. They s
Ile0 A that it was the Demooratio .
1" ~ FrI MA L 2I2 Ame'. sist tt te o
chine which collapsed. They inr
The Mail Box is on open forum for readers of The Penome Amer- t tha h old machine leader
ican. Letters are received gratefully end are handled in a Wholly conti- must go New leaders will come
dential manner. from inside labor-as will maiy
If you contribute letter don't be impatient it it don't appear the of the 1954 and 1956 candidates. jl
sent day. Lttes ore published sm the order received. There's a feeling of leom but
Please try to keep the letter limited to one page length. not doom inside labor. g 'Vej a I
Identity of letter writers s held in strictet confidence. CIO leaders ate s onela nr oh~ .
This newspaper assumes no responsibility fer statements as pinions Los Angeles' HOtel dtm or
expressed in letters from readers their 14th annual coniprt.
-- which they'll plan to take ovwer'
PAINT DOES MIX WITH ALCOHOL big section of the Demowratlc
Always liked the Idea of putting on an art-show in a bar. Party that.a d t
And now, the Canal Zone Art League has done Just about that. of next week'sod thering of CO
Actually the pictures hang in the ballroom, front and back lob- eeps incudl' ther militia t
bies of the Tivoli Guest huuse. But bar patrons need take only Walte Reuither h turned ot /i
a few steps between rounds to add a little eye-stimulant to the a lterrii labor vote iirned out
mixture, will be spent dc labuo ng the itra..
Wnat's more, it's a rare chance for those who confess they a ter lsen their n l stra-
don't like modern art because they don't know what It's all leaders actuy nominate w o
aoout to get a fresh look at It, through retinas that maybe see office. y o
lines and colors mi a different way alter the third highball. They want to ash. what'
For ourselves, we like the show with or without and left of the old Deiooraia elalt
we think a lot of credit goes to the Committee headed by B. house machinery. It S eaes Dt
Sturtevant Gardner. She's that rare combination, a good teacher, anyway, the. are aTfp..That' -
a good organizer, and also a good artist, why so mauh drm lsean t.~n d
Miss Gardner herself has stimulating paintings in the show, labor activity and o ndu rd aiu P
especially one where several shades of red are used in a con- was needed by the Debtelmti
position centering on a sea-shell. Labor now is the o lyroiwe- so -
Another picture which received only honorable mention force and its m Behnay. :
from the judges, but which seems in a class by itself is Elva only vote-lettlng p jtu\
Whitman Fairchildcs red crayon portrait of Alice on a grey back- still Intact aIn D, oat
ground. ranks.
Paul Colby's work is easy to like. and It is interesting to see They point out thatiPhM .t-
Artist Converse reaching out for new sights of the worlo. ray was a one- n, r
Malcolm Del Valle, Lois Morgan and Julie Malone were son machine in
among the standouts. got out the steel tt -
But there's something for everybody, from a highly repre- Demooratic'Party, rta A -
sentational seascape Isold. we hear, to an Imaginative bull-rong cient ward feeling ne h -
with toros more attenuated than any to be iound on sand. collapsed. -.-,
Anyway, the show is something not to be missed. However, the same Hn 6f lg '
Showhound. bor campaign in Philadel 0-tm.-
which is the nation's second
FORMER HOBBY-SHOPPER WANTS TO ORGANIZE heavily concentrated- wa pro ____ .
during center, carried th. a
Pedro Miguel, C. Z. for Stevenson by over .
Mail Box Editor votes. The Demperatid Party
Calling under-privileged and ex-hobby shoppers: there is a new machine tied
This biased ruling that. employes cannot have hobby shops closely to its labor allies. Ac- I
or engage in outside business is for non-party members only. John L. Lewai, who s t ele.e- :
and does not affect local rate and certain U.S. rate. tion night in Springfield; Ill., By Pw n dson
At the last shirt sleeve clambake Mr. Rice inquired regard- with Gov. Stevenson and the
ing the control of outside activities and hobby shops, that U.S. candidate's labor ambassador,
rate cannot operate, however local rate can. He was informed Secretary of Interior Oscar WAhIMNOTON-(IS3A)--ll it faith. or editors beelftd woul get morp than 350
that: Chapman, delTered votes. In W. town ride, or anythg Ikc. Te new er electotralo4!i. ,.
"It was not a question of discrimination but of personnel Va., the minets put over a Sen.- ditor .anong the 750 pom by ir colu 1a T4raweed a gswet i
and job levels that these employes are notnormally in a, posi- ator, the Goverhoi and lve R.- August wbo came correly t fi akoJ that
tion for outside activities and can be influenced by the type of presentatlve the' number of electoral w-- wghit l..ouulda t s-a o g
plitilo held." The col diggers did well for Ditight D, Blenhower wd win t t h
SThe most asinine excuse I have heard yet, don't you think? the. Democratic nominee in was C. M? argeW editor the A ene (Kan.) ra would be "c
Yet I know of U.S. rate who were given permission to continue Pennsylvania, ta, o expt in th Refltnetr ofe . t
their hobby. I know there are many 'who were given letters td hard coal area where there has Abilenes o course, e's home town,' And Pefapie the
diw*tinue6. My plan is to: call' a. meeting with. all ex-,hobby been Joblessnes for somezyears Hargw td pol
shoppers obtain council and place an injunction against this now. begi to eld '
asinine ruling. So the sentiment Inside la. eer -O o t. *.
These snob heights officials believe they can levy and ruling bor, *t least Jaisde i *: *i s
they so desire upon tax paying citizens, and I for one say they aimed r 'by',Oe top ; q t
can't. leader who i: I it
Now all you men sit down and write thru this medium lets oubmedgd AYedA* l gi
get together and meet somewhere, Balboa, Ancon or Diablo and th eb llbA e -
diwsuss this problem. siuersa nomw wills hav- -
Seen Plenty. pftt labor 0*l iteedef
the other way ." "ro .
Answer to Previous Puzzle "Such of our leers as Wal- i t-e"
ter Reuthbir will poubtedly Harg citation or
-FaotIrite Fruits 1 6 11push for the nom to union .mt .- .. ..
l. officials and indam ent-pro.6ted
labor' pearsonalltio. e'ari

1 Start diner 1 Sleeveless iiroi w : I i out
,ilth fruit cloak arom now on. That's the btg job ain wion
@4ale deer 2Shoshonean for the CIO convention next of h and thie Smlrte.
Saed bull Indians* week-to work out a political 'Tomas J. u ;: masagir editor .o the
.3 Ee lan 3 Puker ruit program along these lines." Waltham.(Mar ) w Ir-Trlb*e, n second
apple 4 Disbursed rthermore, the labor Jeadeu with er'shdlcRo of- i4:.l.e tor vot# mfr, p6
Pl rt 5 Story A i 5N eare delighted with Elsenhower's Retbilcarf eat te. 'io
14 iered uit 6 Ascended TIm A cracking the South. Until last Three other daily ne rspper.i
14 Heredit unit ough Jewel Tuesday the unions were at the column came cipse in Pl=1ticg ,th. ,
QIThrove G Girl's name 26 Motion picture 41 One who mercy of the Democratic Party, would et 400 elector votes .'h a at ~
IItemove 9 Common fruit award secretes they say. Right down to the local Aahtabula (0.1 Star-Beac n. the e. he a4*w
tHebrew 10 Preposition 27 Kitchen 42 Pierce sheriffs. Leader and the Pond du Lac (is.,).
asctics 10 Preposition 27 Kitchen 2 Pierce Now they'll encourage the two- wealth t',o~
11 Blind a falcon servants 43 Operatic solo
30Colorlss 17 Hospital 28 Greek goddess 44 epartysystem In Dbde-and by These n a 22M predi
cohl 1 Hospitl Goddess tying up with the Southern. Re-
alcohol resident doctor 29 Paradise Rfoman publicans, or by plt g oner T.- r= lla |
31 Devoteep19 by playing one Isar- Thei FIDl cil b Oiw
19City in 31 Harangue 46 Inoculations ty against the other n exchange r
3 Nearly Germany 33 Shaking 47 Low tide for money and campaign work- dast thb ~ viT W I Fl t
everybody' 23 Performed 38 Slanted ty 2 48 Glimpse era, the unions hope to r p ush T esla3Vi t offim' nIMoo,
--fruit 24 Couple. 40 Prepare the 50 Lieutenants their organling drive in no r- lileneS
1 USetiidogs 25 Odd (Scot.) way (ab) or anized coal areas, textile would 40milln-..
Imall dogs mills, lumber yards and paper to o
Formerly I 2 '3 g 5 6 1 8 9 10 I Industries. Wal 'alengervatl'a 5 tI 't.
P roun But the political, strategy can other saour top
H7emets oun hold for the moment. .It won't mTr lf nl lr votei,
fed W -e s 1 be used until the '54 elections. The Prgress-Bum of
tiri 1 I n Big question now is how to woo cleoest t'l 4nt on the R
W catiric Eisenhower, and whether to woo wb rmM i
I ctain him. And, if they woo himlab r W motI
leaders are asking which Ike w U I two p.rdl
SrS. 11" it be, will it be the candidate on no
SPion who made the windup Boston i a--nr-t- -he. a .- i.i.i -r as ...
Porton speech on Nov. 1 In which he
41 Scandinavian said: .,
d "I pledge that I will support
42 Fruit for and strengthen, not weaken, the
lunch laws that protect the American
JolurishnI worker. I will defend him against
0 Journeyed any action to destroy his union
WIGrandchilcrn or rights. I will enlist every re- MANI i JA T'T
(Seot.) source-of private industry and ta
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will AEbthe dionombe~t ' CO -, .ot LLW
'1954 d bo ut $7 By RS 3b6O 0.
per 61 brudrked fnriiet 6M u -T -\-
wit r OB.T' OOD (NEA) .- .. .. "D ADBS
30 YoursT:- WhW dMnq a u r o Fou
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SJanuary for the current fiscal yer which shad text Jun erav ir st Auor gms im aeoI
30. It is some $6,000,OOO0Q more than the outgoing, A staf pof chologit" velalmtha Ernest He
SDemocratic-controlled Congrrs fi n I n y voted after survey ofwsh h Angelmer mte- ea a nmonitheon feh
SmIoths of hoiJi ... era. '. I, hm nto a longlet rwm
moitht of heglrlAs. e.compied by Applied P0y0- Ioin aptemr
The proposed budet, .h cw wo eehwIs commi ngy AAWct,. Ward mJ.g l-e re died iree
vwill O ae to 1t a etwn tri o PhD.. direcro W y con- te r. e ,
das before Dvti ow- W rW. 1m6, IiM ht f clur ieeons were: .- t --.
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* onthe ne budget which for llnhow meets a oS weekend .itf l Wchlewer to deningbredU in movies
considerably pe r e 1 Dei banker Joep M. Dodft*e iot e, r. Nelsoh, the new m .i
$70onti r,000,000," .s rethw sentatlv. to Coolthe Buaei Sg fa ,3 herLo or the l les V -.
enr tak oveecr. MGism Junked Itrsl

RObIased on pre1ioioaa un)o cial, Borean Dodge.Is cbeoduaed w e- Is df qus tio nn A .ther. tu augher, ora,-
GOP congd rb apge oftoo b ilWmbk tapdor. IheD UNna o a e Ae o--

t p o t peta I the ln the deu in pnabl e on h goomRwo e
fiscal 1U954e n t The ir t-ea to Col may ma e too tnmre a ia ..l t K J a nor~

theno Wrnnd buednow eoem ahc o! to o the" are NlflompYee cmov.e
SAithe stands,0 owOt n e mr weents thla ken *i ,ks vr7 4. nm fl l (s- -m-- t" Am

f budet wis ludetirom e,00- cals ep 94d to TV h2ae earned $1Hy000
000,000 to 58, ,000,000 l They ptaid m ot the moey a a ely to be last 1 month ....
s. l ehe l a e Aether, the daughter of Vi

tary apen d.. in In th e niadet w ePar- heamee aga
basfrela ala,^ a,00p uora- ked for projects * dyre dTn-p ew^b of Doret.Wtht
S"ft" a-B t e ef v raeNe de Duncan and Ns Aththere ri I
benefits dt u terst expert Inn co p etl att n e wod ha ro,
act.o m l ed to Con- 0 h-the o'ed secretly. at a noo t
budget wll IncluderomO o54, ot,- and 19. Olly Weschlerl and Rich- t's buried years in Hollywood c feat
000,000 to $58,000,000(o mment il- They caed most ii the money e tonr re ien e Ballr- Burike Twr. dei nade
Burton are.ulelCayn. to w lla Be.Tffo deer fro et
taLry inin the new but b be ear amve again Wf r their she made her first e

aid ,u 7 ...u ".nrnDcmb. S &gnothe ofDivArcemed wit e
oP l i, tfor masked or projects we dy- -roada tge actress. DoreL w" ith
Doemerci 0 fAr pd er-eeno r aa an rymourd an"d fKatharene
o ener or b. Conre, e." Tner.e a big chill During proctll ooss, up
fxad" L, su vqtea :peanage effort. be tbem beoMre the film's eid, WePt hem badt lde~ h
benefits a teret on e na. coarseo n .... Patty An d r leaa her dw s ied dioa*
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giaae! Los H n edn therst.ork uto mors.... CGee Bar- . i _t tried to b ..

I pe tas bs 'r wifea. ue Caron il try oldl
P e wra Broay stage actress.Wih t
vi e dI y ie .llfe the ma w to ref e tiou n u, when Jane who's marry e .
possible. -DJett Moamw, Mario Lth m's weathy W upp
Weri !m~ooraHe dadlnistra~tion ex- leadU lady In 'Meest~e You're money moL'

e uto he t m~n leand in Fo's "Todight We m~t r0uskthr bO-
|fyl level or euid 0t000 PByr Fe. k. Pthe momAt wheith Aid es 'Jktol
aslevel o n, i-re pondering the shall- to obtsihlk xeleav e ar o
1100 i^oV^_ ^ c iciJ ontrolled CongreM. be forcedm
mode. *h ft '_-- attached to tn cut back -aalM aMBuetgE UNt Piz "e hoteave to st ihnoy
NATOEuropean defense force r tamped "okay" by t6e lwm- Inside on the delay In eSripti neraptein produtlon oe "MaerS
-is stronger today than the es. the story about a Russian dele- but Kelth -ro s til bo for
Fasciet lons oUni threw The forthcoln Tran bud at to eUnited Nations nor omalenh'i
into World W~ar 11 in 1414, an ret does noe foresee-any cutback Yul Brynner at Paramount is the
authoritative lltan publication n military spend untilel abr the N su e U C
ty n ear, a detailed re- yarit ths time. Producer wol g
f view paA3hWe4 bftle govern- 81V7m9l itonsPubluio itr Wilder Iso still trying for an okay
Smeot's ltl comktlon 8ero prbtet a farm oea Nwit theIotchs"- ced, Noises, a .chelor

mltEda report na r eEI-n' AuurtlWl eo vere 42In KaQra The annualbenefit dance of|
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atly 25:1, bordering io 'that found in the high-performance sports car field.
Throttle respohae of the Super 88 is superb, it's alive and eager to go. Tromp down on t
throttle at any speed and there is an immediate lunge forward. It has the feeling of practicaHy ui
Limited reserve power.

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periormanoe automobile offers a lot of fun

awaken the motorist to the fact that driving a hig
and enjoyment than the advent of the Rocket Oldi

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'ICargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and

Shipping & AirLine News

, T Cruise Passengers spent $45 million while this year
Due Here Saturday the "take" as shown above was
Aboard the S. S. Talamanca 262 million. In contrast to this,
which is scheduled to arrive in South America with a 1950
C.lstobal Saturday are 72 cruise tourism business of $22 million
ssengers bounds for Cartagena and a 1952 volume of $28 mll-
Ord Santa Marta before return- lion showed an increase of
i to New York. only 31 per cent.
SThere are 11 landing passeng-
er', Mrs. Richard Dyer, Derry The possibilities are excellent
Dyer, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. for South America to secure a
Lockett. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen much greater share of this tou-
N. Lowe. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Os- rist "melon." And in view of the
mood Maduro. Mr. and Mrs. fact that the melon is expected
Henry B Swoope, Jr. and Miss to double in value any promo-
Anne Swoope. tional efforts put forth should
The United Fruit Company pay big divldens.
ship left New York Nov. 7.
Passengers will be given shore The ASTA report points to the
leave Saturday and Sunday to be fact that the percentage of U.S.
spent in Cristobal and Panama national income devoted to tra-
City. vel abroad is still less than the
-ore-war ratio If experience prior
U. S. Travel Abroad to 1939 can be used as a yard-
Will Top Billion-Dollar Mark stick present levels of U. S. na-
Upon his return to New York tional income indicate a foreign
From attendance at the 22d travel potential of more than
Annual Convention of the Ame- $2.000,000.000.
rican Travel Agents' Association
iASTAi held in Miami. Florida. The southern continent has all
recently. Godfrey Macdonald the attractions that are found In
vice-president of Grace Line. the countries whicH are captur-
called attention to the fact that ing the lion's share of travel
foreign, travel by U S. citizens dollars, including all types of
n 1952 for the first time In his- spectacular scenery; a wide va-
tory will top the billion-dollar riety of climates; the most so-
Smark. phisticated of cities and smart
In discussing the present and beach and mountain resorts:
the potential dollar-value of fishing grounds and ski runs
tourism. Macdonald referred to a unexcelled anywhere in the
report on travel released at the world; ruins as ancient and mys-
ponvention by ASTA. which terious as those along'the Nile;
estimated that total foreign tra- primitive Indian settlements;
vel expenditures by U S citizens copper and nitrate ports and
this vear will reach $1,094-mil- mining towns; and stores with
lion mark all the unusual and typical-of-
In dramatizing the significance the-region articles that delight
of that sum the report pointed the heart of the shopper.
to the fact that it represented
ten ccr cent of the total value Tourist atractions are com-
of 1952 world exports to the U. modities that can be sold over
R which is expected to aggre- and over again for the travel-
t gate $10 billion this year. er leaves in the host country not
The report revealed that U. S. only his dollars but the scenery
S travel abroad is exceed as a dol- and climate, hotel and transpor-
lar-earner only by coffee, and it taton facilities, the recreational
is believed that if present trends and sports centers he has en-
'i continue even this U. S. import Joyed.
will be crowded out of first place
..by tourism. The revenue from go raw materials are required
.coffee is estimated at $1.30m mil- for the development of the in-
t'ian for the year; rubber, $800 dustrv and It Is a cash-and-car-
~anlllion; wool. $700 million; and ry business there is no wait-
" petroleum products. $600 milUlU. ing for payments until goods are
O f the more than a billion processed and delivered.
1Bpent on foreign travel, it is eSti-
riated that $840 million Was In fact, the only sizable x-
apent within the foreign coun- Denditures involved are- those
u "rise: $164 million represents In- for promotion. In short, the de-
ome to foreign steamships: and velopment of tourism is one of
airlines; and $90 million to U. S. the easiest and quickest ways
?W e1s. to earn dollars.
The shares of this vast trea-
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k and the., -i it ,2
="*-M%--terranean 'iI1
Mexleco 187
South America 28
Other Areas 15
T Froxi th*se figures it will bee
seen that' the entire continent
tf South America Is securing
I about 3-1/3 er cent of the
11t;.and only about one-tenth
muoh as the single country
Proof that such promotional
efforts and the expansion of
tourist facilities and attractions
really do yield profits is found
In the case of Mexico. During the
past two years in that country
dollar revenues from tourism
have increased 80 per cent In
1950 some 383,000 U. S. visitors_

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5270.00 for passage o our twelve passenger ship selling
weekly from Balboa to Los Angeles or San Pranelseo,
returning from Los Angeles. tickets limited to four
months, effective September 15th to May 15th.

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on the market!l The budget-priced trl-o-m c
placement unit fit all standard cabinets, harnaohi
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the Repulic Panama and Canal Ze Junior College will
,the R-e-Antble"i On, a os bd 4onthe stag the
aed b I r '1 BPr Theatre oftf he evening
'b -t n -am orning for aof 1De ... "The Death Drums"
eIn rr attendd festivities by Howar Reed.
I he a nOn one show will be given
Inl Ik.san .a te. *yetery thriller, a "late
." w"at 10:00 p.m. Admislsion
n....t a A M I ture ftre tickets, purchased
TAre. C 'of at the 'r, and there will be
the .Cri_ e_- no relervW seats.
tBride ei S TeM.rrow Night
aBride -erat go. ,wbe played tomdr-J
a dinnerI Ot night at the American Ler
wPecel, the A,- td lon ClUb in the Fort Amador
Mrs. -their residence Area.

Or' -: v ,Srshm ti
,lmirdi 3 I I eU League lPLuthera- WoW-I
Re 1 M.Bled. on will hold their annual e.
se, th e CommandantOf h zaar on Nov. 19, at 3:00 Vp.m. at
to,.the Com~av. District, left the Lutheran Servige Center on.
ti.e i .by plane on Moni Bal a Road.
dayho a brief offiIn Monvit to Attractions will innclde
Uday on'i t 'ie o I v tancywork table, whitPe le-n
SL pbIant ableco, pl oablak4.4
0ede egood ita RI pacol table,
L returned to tae an p i l
a d rete e hdae e .Refre eD consl ting of

to tue yc n
A geveralwees .to ho hoh amo de
m o.. 1,e ofanded 4.a r co will
be.o ibe avath e at iMderaf el.
,nIste. turns The pblic is Hordially in te

k e Amerg c Rhen
SMMo Igr ofi meeting a Wonen's
)doe a .eerica.. freocsOtn will taf e el

Act A. o :4 Mrs. Genot "_u
'. p ,Saturday,bu.To1 5, an Make
.&e i, .evenson Include section a e ofo t f ic re.
rEnf~l~Ait 6 ."1.taf.f IMembers are -od tWo atend
Enwfsa...uu ouwm z Staffthis meeting..,
Dr. 0. M. Stevenson, Chief of
Dr" -. at Gorges Hospital.Special Meeting Monday
"ianrs. Stevefosb 'werehosts Fern Leaf Chapter will hold
the Medical staff of the a special meeting on Monday,
ital at a dinner given. re- November 17, at 7"30 p.m. The
reick at their home on Her- fy the degrees.
rick Heights.. Refreshments will be served
."t Mrs.Genot [following the meeting.

of Z the CIa. F- o
and Mrs. Field Tp Tomor ow
l eite with a a= l I-ThUe-lsthmus Study
ge w *i .o ,,anal Zone 01-
secept' ,e on Golf~ l' t. miake Ite first
it Ii f year
to the Engle-

wifeI i tiattaen of ,At.
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.Tou ~rp Unlt< S 9
SMr-And Mrs.X. F.
wIUl be among pasenI
on FiTday a&ard
:'C8 tobal for New.M
'vacation planS include
*their sQn and daugtei
'Mr. and Mrs, and

d Christmas with i
TerM. .....

Wvimnp Annoui n ed
Winners o tha.-ro d
ning in Card o
Hotel Tlvoll were: lst,

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O AfM Heart AMck
WsWall- BALTIMORE. Nov. (UP)-
8.Whittaker Chambers,, te ex-
Communist who expid. AlIger
H I, continuing tard pie-
-I avery from the. heart attaCd
which hospitalized him. last
S t he e atI S Agnes
; Ibsplt sal Itoday ber
'"had a er good n last
Asns "Ir-t e ssia w as ad-
last M a md to the
te tour- t on ..esday.
fay eve- On ly ha rs' wife has been
Sof the admitted to visit him.
i.JJust e OLodge.-
&:". Corneiva- Croop
% 1 Meets Thursday
SThe Carnival coiwtt f Ithe
Lof Jukticp LoafwilU m erkt 7:30
..aep- tomorrow v.alkt-4h% Pacific
nE. IflabhotW, < .
.n on Au embers.t of Ihb committee
I Bishop are uged'to attend~; i special
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from Balboa ElemenUtary
School at 4;0o p,m.
Momin StUdy Gratp.
To Be Or ed Feida' .
Members df the Canal Zone
Qoleges Club who are Interested
organizing a Morning Study
group wll e n the Library
oa the Jewish Welfar: Board
Center on Friday at 9:30 a.A. -
Suggestions for Study Topics
will be welcomed and d~ic
Board Meeting This Afternmooi
The Board of Admirnstvatorb
of the Bella Vista Children's
Home are meeting this after-
noon at 4;39 in Bishop Morris
Hall of* the Cathedral of. St.
Luke In Aneon.

Veep-Eecw Nixon

As from Jan. 1
MMIAMI & C, Fla., Nov. 12
(UP) - Vice" President-elect
Riabard M. Nixon said today he
ha submitted his resignation as
abtoori effective Jan. 1 so that
peccessor may be appointed
with ,s day or two of seniority
over newly-elected senators.
Nixon, dressed in a polka-dot
sports shirt and slacks, answer-
ed questions. on the beach here
as he and his wife and their
two dqbghter DXosed for photo-
gra hers,
wife, Pat, obligingly got
her- flowing skirt wet while
pulling her frolicsome daugh-
wt.ra Patricia and Julie. out of
the surf..
I.The 39year-old Callfornian
sas' he-mailed his resignation
1ntday to Gov. Earl Warren
goo dated it Jan. 1 so that his
uicceeaori could be appointed be-
fQ Congress meets on Jan. 3.
Members elected on Nov. 4 will
.bEjwom in t' r the latter date.
... Nixon and his family arrived
Monday and checked Into the
odean-ront d3lfWaeam Hotel.
He was asked who was paying
for his post-election vacation.
"This vacation, like all of my
w cations, Is on my own," he
Sihee Alger Hiss has apolled
for a parole, Nixon was asked
If he thought Hiss had served
enough time.'
"He should be treated just like
any other common criminal,"
Nixon replied. "He should not be
discriminated either for or
Nixon, who said .-he would *be
more "active" than Vice ,PreLsi-
dent Albep Barklev has been.,
told reporters aheas not laying,'
:nv'-tart in the selection of
Preaident- Jo c t Eisenhower's
=,i, ever. he. aid -he -robbli

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9hmgaf I'm. lure he will
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Today,s Wednesday, Nov. 12
3:15-The- Little Show
3:30-Music for Wednesday
4:00--Music Without Words
4:15-Sepia Parade
4:30-What's Your Favorite
(Agencia Steer)
5:20-What's tour Favorite
5:35-What's Your Favorite,
6:30-Ricky's Record S ho 0i
6:45-Lowell Thomas
7:00-Over to You (BBC.
7:45-French In the Air (RDFI
8-00--Evening Salon
8:45--U.P. Commentary
9:00-The Small House at Hal-
lington (BBC)
9:30-The Haunting Hour
11:00-The Owl's Nest
Midnlight-Sign Off
Tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 13
6:00-Sign on The Alarm
Clock Club
7:30-Morning Salon
8:15-Morning Varieties
8:30-Music Makers
8:46-Jerry Sears Presents
9:15-Sacred Heart Program
9:30-As I See It
10:05-Off the Record
11 00-News
11:05--Off the Record (Contd)
I :r0--4eet the Band
12I 5-Luncheon Music
12: 30-Popular Music
1:15-Personality Parade
1:45-Lum and Abner
2:00-Call from Les Paul
S15.-Date for Dancing
:30-Afternoon Melodies
2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:00-Americanr Debut
3:I5-The Little Show
3:30-Music for Thursday
4-00-Great Artists
4:15-Bob Eberly
4:30-What's Your Favorite
(Agenda Steer)
5:20-What's Your Favorite
5:35-What's Your Fav orite

7:00-The MaUt .f Ballantrae
BBC) ".'
8:00-Short Story Theater
8:30-Gay Nineties
8:465-U.P. Commentary
9:00-Pual Temple (BBC)
9:30-Donald Voorhees (VOA)
i.'00-Danee Music
10:15-Musical Interlude
10:30-Moonlight Mood
11:00-T" Owl's Nest
MiLdnight-Sign Off
Explanation of Symbols
VOA-Voice of America
BBC-British B r.o a d c a sting
RDF-Radiodiffusion Francaise


By *peial arrangements
WithDr. Wm M. M. Sco
'world-noted FootA-thority,
ooeofhi SpecialRepresent-
stives from Chicago Head-
quarters will be here to
amist our regular staff in
rendering this Free Pedo-
fraphis Foot Teat Service.

From Wed. 12th
until Sat. 15th
of Nov.


tle Airborne In the
Pacific durtln World
served In Europe asfter'Ti
filect. '

Review To Honor
Kobbe Sergeant
Non-Commissioned officers of
the 33d Infantry Regiment will
conduct a Regimental parade
Saturday morning to honor M-
Sirt Gayle Ctnningham. depart-
ing Servant Major of the 33d
Cunningham will review the
troops together with Col. Robert
f Douglas. Commander of the
33d All officer.q of the Regiment
will also attend.
After 26 months In the 33d.
Cunningham leaves for the
States Nov. 22. The 36-yeir-old
veteran of 16 years Army service
plans to re-enlist after visiting
ais home town of Lexington.
Cunningham saw service at
Kobt.' on a previous tour of duty
He was a member of the 501st
Airborne Battalion station e d
there in 1941-1942. He was with
Dog Joins Navy

(UP) Butch the bulldog enlist-
o-d in the Navy here with the
sanr.- rank as his master, boat-
swain's mate 3rd class, and will
serve aboard an aircraft carrier.
Butch's series! number is 240998
He enlisted for life.

It showm emaditiums er Jt ,
arhes and if the mauyr M
UUMs of 7ear foot x .l~
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painM; Shows wi ai
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shoe smiss and width, ba 'thaS
proper shape shoes youaelld
wear forall day foot eM.
If yo uhav emou elmns.um (
hnami, wek or faill mhes -
or -v emy foet troeuk
y- wl bh shmow bow milleAt.
.1 toot suferes have few&
qaiok Ioeapeotive rele(.
shMa. tfeo .aof Dr. Shobe*-
Cmfrt Rmedies and Av&

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No woaner the aogbirds are i
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and beanhy -they've SK Fte l
Bird Seed I What i aay aodw
for more 12 tested, may -
dients in every packe* ehome a
perfectly baluiced diet, wih'
pecal Bird Biscuit c aini
ttle extratitbhithat umke im
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V .LL-F b-There's i ag .ue t lo laieA
Alken, w adBlad 'a NiorDua to4b to the recent N1w 'York
Antiques Fair. More than $25,000,000 wtls of ancient treasures
Swre .o .dispay from ali-paa of the United States, and many
countries AE.. E ope.OA aie is wearing an old Bohemiah garnet
festooti ecklaci, and aa ianicent ing and bracelets from. the
S. collection oithlbeate Mra. Henrv Ford.


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No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291 ana

Fourth of July Ave.--Phone 2-u-L41


FOR SALE: Three piec Rattan tur-
niture, table and chair. Qtrs.
2138-B, Tel 2138, Curundu.
FOR SALE:-Bendix Laundromot, 25
cycle, used six months, perfect
condition. Call Mr. Van Dam. Cris-
tobol 3-1218 dur ng office hours.
FOR SALE:-3 Pc. Liv;ngoom set,
diningroom set, playpen, baby
crib, stroller, youths bed. Piano.
Phone 916, Colon.
FOR SALE:--25 Cycle Bendix man-
gle ironer. Call 82-5108.
FOR SALE:-6 piece Rattan set. One
portable electric sewing machine.
25-60 cycle, S25. 1527-A, Al-
mond St. Gavilon Area. Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Easy Spindrier washer.
Tel. 2-1569. House j716-B.
FOR SALE:-Two Qm. dining tables.
.$7.00 each. 0764-H, Williamson
Place, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-25 cycle Fr.gidaire Re-
frigerator, one Baby Crib com-
plete with innerspring mattress and
S springs, one baby bassinette with
rrattresre one high chair. 547-B.
SCocoli. Phone 2-1971.

Mise tllane'o*
WANTED -G.rd home for child's
pst dog F3B Roue.a' Tel 25-
WANTED -One bedro m aporin-.ent
in Panama or Canal Zone for re-
tired Amerrcon couple. 545 -
$50. Tel Balboa 1502
WANTED--American couple needs
small furn,:hed apartment pre-
ferred in b2rler sect.on. Please
call 3-19 4

Position Ottered
WANTED English and Spon.sh
speaking young man, wilh .gh
schQol education. lor parts oe-
prtrmcrt ni el lkr.own Ameicoar
crnce n. .',.' P 0 Be.,* Il "
P.-nor"r ons,r, ,rn -.rn-t on rcla.
t. to pn t c.e,... ie ,-d enci' .
tr. pO.pOIpo i :e crCiture
"ositioh operr for bi-lingual young
woman ilh airline tickeling ex-
perience and some general sales
background Good opportunity for
person vith proper qualifications
V nclos.ng photograph, qua-
and address to Airline.
1 103. Panarra

',aHir a& Motlor
FOR SALE New German Marine
Diesel. 30 H. P. M.W.M Benz.
with all 'pare parts to sell. Cami-
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Net Books

A book covering 31 separate
subjects on patios was one of the
new books placed In circulation
by the Canal Zone Library dur-
S book will be of interest to many
residents in the Canal Zone since
r some of the new houses soon to
be ready for use are "patio type"
The new book. "Sunset Patio
Book," consists of a series of ar-
:ticles which have appeared in
un~ t Magazine, published in
California. The book covers a
wide range of subjects such as
decorMting and furnishing pa-
The.complete list of new books
, added to the Library during the
past week follows:
Fields of Psychology
The great enterprise; relating
ourselves to our world Over-
Social Sciences
Congress; its contemporary
role -- Oriffith: Economic de-
velopment in Latin America -
Hanson; and Economy in the
c:- national government Douglas.
Creation of the universe,' Ga-
a mow;'and Chemistry made easy,
Fine Arts
SunBet patio book, Sunset: and
7The camp program book, Ham-
Collections of Fiction
The: outer reaches; favorite
r sclerice-fiction tales chosen by
.their authors, Derleth.
The yong George du Maurier,
Du Maurier; and Selected letters,
The. shining tides, Brooks;
Oian: Ferber;-Don Camlllo and
hbis flock, Oareschl; The distant
shore;Hartog; War whoop, Kan-
tor; The privateer, Mackintosh;
Evil became them*, Root; and
Scared to death*, Stein.
@ Mystery or suspense.
Added to the Reference Collec-
tion: The home book of verse for
younR folks, Stevenson; and The
Columbia Lippincott gasetteer of
the world, Stevenson.

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Your Studebaker will Be Greased and Machines, Mimeograph Machines.
completely inspected tree of charge. All Makes. Robert Dixon, S. A.
Visit our shop and Display room. Phone Panama 3-3477.
(Below El Rancho)
Tel. 2-0825 Box 428 Miseelluanetmi
FOR SALE:-1952 Lincoln Hard Top FOR SALE:-Pair registered Great
Capri Coupe, like new, only three Dane dogs, champion stock for
months old. Will accept trade-in, breading. Telephone Balboa 1606.
financing also available. Telephone ---
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demonstration. Pedro Miguel. Call 5 to 7 p. m,
FOR SALE-1949 Chevrolet Con- FOR SALE :-Zenith Trans-Oceanic
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cellent condition, all Balboa 2- 4-MC, 4-8 MC and BC Bonds,
6341. for $50.00 Call 2-1906 or Qtrs.
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On All FOR SALE:-10O000 records going at
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Over $40,000.'00 in Stock of now and used records at both
SHOP IN PANAMA Central Aye. and No. 4 Monteserin
To Service Your Car (between Trott The Cleaner and
S. A. FOR SALE:-48 Ford Sedin. Two
(Below El Rancho) single beds, one Quartermaster
Tel. 2-0825 Box 428 metal dresser, Refridertor. West-
FOR SALE:--1946 Elick Sedanette, inghouse 9 cu. ff. All. it good con-
black, radio. Excellent condition. dition. 0788-H Wiliamson Place,
,60,-C Balboa. Tel. 2984. 2-4133 after 4:30 evening.
FOR SALE -1948 Studebaker Se- FOR SALE -Sunroy 2 1-4 x 3 1-4
dar., 4.door. good molor and tires enlarger with 5 cm.F3.5 lens and
duly paid, $475. Phone Balboa 2- 3 1-2 inch F4.5 lens, enlarging
3169 easel $20.00, Haynts photometer
$600, daylight film winder for
FOR SALE--1949 Chevrolet Con- 100 feet 35 mm $4.00, Weston
vertible with radio. Good condition Master Exposure Meter $15 00;
183-B Gatun. Phone 5-521. developing tanks for 4 x 5 and roll
FOR SALE -1947 Chevrolet Tudor. flm. 510-C Curundu Heights, 83-
radio, white walls, excellent con- 4243.
drTion. Can finance $85000. Call FOR SALE. Baby crib IKiddie
Ft Gulick 8-8408. Coopl with mattress; baby car-
ne'|p Wj ted rage with mattress. Good condi-
Help W anted tion. House 0589-C Mindi St..
Ancon. Phone Balboo 3056.
WANTED: EXPERIENCED cook- R SALE- ano Brtbury," up-
cleaner w,ih RECENT recommn- FOR SALE-Piano Brotbury," up-i
I aoton Concrete house across Mt. right Good condition. Reasonably,
Mope P R F oalcn npnced. No I, 28th Street. Tele-
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A MNTED A com-etent cool
must TED -Spomnsh Atn cooku. FOR SALE -Reinforcing steel bqrs.
24t 50th Sp. From 3.0 to-4:~ /4" to 1". Flat bar, square bars
p. m and angle iron. Corrgated galva-
hized ir,n. 2' x 6' and 2' x 8' -
PERSONALS 26 gauge. flat galvanized stee2
PERSONALS'a J Isteel sheets. c e -2-

Armande Powell
Raimonde Pewell

Anyone knowing the whereabout of
the above names mentioned, please
contact thi, address: Mn. Camille
Tretmen, 91 Mecen St. *msekly
New York 16. U.S.A.
Adjustment of the Body Structure.
7th St.. Tel. 2-3833. EV/ Appoint-

LOST Female Dalmatlian dog, dis-
appeared Tuesday from Colle Uru-
'usy No. 18. Medium size, white
with permanent black marking,
has green color. Call John Lerom.
3-1114, Panama.
LOST at Rio Mar lost Sunday after-
noon. clip light tan female, Cocker
Spaniel, age twelve, name Ginger.
Norfolk, Virginia dog tag, on col-
lar. Reward Coronel R H-'Doug-
las. Fort Kobbe. C Z

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24-26 Common wire nails, brads.
galvanized nails. Cyclone fencing
5 and 6' high. Tire-wire, 16 and
18 gauge. Wonderful Prices. Tele-
phone 626 Colon
(U. S. Citizen)
You, personally, can influence the
conditions of your employment. Supl
port the NFFE whose Washington
Headquarters is now studying over-
seas conditions and working for a
unified, progressive policy. For infor-
mation or transportation to meeting
call 85-4215 from 7-4, after
4. 83-6196. Members attend
DAY 13th.
7.30 Chiva Chive Clubhouse
FOR SALE:-Used girls bicycle apply
Goodyear de Panami, near El
Rancho. Phone 2-1222.

US Ceremonies
Honor War Dead

.1 Od l0nn urop WASHINGTON, Nov. 12 -
U H818 -- People in the United
States and in manR other coun-
In Revenue Foreseentries paid tribute yesterday to
their war dead. In honoring
Wlho War their soldiers, lors and
men who died in the defense
of peace, they uttered fervent
WASHINGTON, Nov. 12 IUP)prayers for an honorable end
- Congressional staff experts to the war of aggression In
estimated today that government Korea.
revenue will fall $2,200,000,000In
the next fiscal year, beginning In the United States and in
July 1, 1953, unless Congress most other parts of the world
keeps Korean war tax increases, where American servicemen of
Unless renewed, the increases past wars are buded, services
will automatically expire, were held at military emeter-
The staff of the House-Senate eas and n churches as part of
economic committee said t the nation's annual observance
because expiration dates are of Armistice Day.
staggered, full impact of the loss
could not be felt during the next In Korea, however, American
fIscal year. servicemen, with their cn-
It estimated revenue losses rades of other United Nations,
would be $8,500,000,000 in a full spent the day fighting in de-
year after the last of the expira- fease of freedom.
tion dates.

The excess profits tax due to
expire next June 30, would cost
$1,300,000,000 In the next fiscal
year and $2,500,000,000 in a full
year. the committee figured.
The 1951 personal income tax
Increases are scheduled to expire
Dec. 31, 1953. The committee
staff estimated this $ax reduc-
tion would mean a revenue cut
of $850.000,000 in the next fiscal
year and an eventual cut of $3,-
000,000,000 a year.
Excise tax Increases enacted In
1951 on liquor, automobiles, cig-
arettes, gasoline and other ite r
expire April 1, 1954. These reduc-
tions would be about $100,00,00
in the next fiscal year and $1,-
0000,000,00 evmtually in a ftll

Arlington National cemetery
here, in accordance with tradf-
tion begun when the Tomb of
the Unknown Soldier was dedi-
cated November 11, 1921, was
the central point of America's
nationwide observance which
has come to include the fallen
American fighting men of an
Exactly at 11 O'clock in the
morning the hour of the
signing of the armistice which
ended the first World War 34
yearsago, U, 8. Navyw Raeretv.

Carlton Drug Store
10.059 Meliadez Ave.-Phne 255 Col6n

Propaganda, S.A.
"H" Street corner ptudiante St.
Phones 2-3811 and -2718

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Gramich Senta Clra beach-
cottllge Electric ic boxes, goa
oves p, o act e rates. Telephone
6-441 GaabL 4.567 Pedro Me-

Houses 0 O1 ACH at Santa Clara.
:Also ir4 COOL Cerro Campono
mountains, modern conveniences.
Call SHRAPNEL, Balboa 2820 or
see caretaker there.
Williams' Santa Clara Beach cot-
tages. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration,
Rockges ranges. Blboa 2-3050.

Visit Hotel Ponomericano in beauti-
ful El Vaile for a cool inexpensive
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
only court in Santa Clara with an
Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to beach, Rock Gas, refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
an)o 3-1877, Margarita 3-1673.
Box No. 435 Dalboa .
Casino Santa' Clara. Donce music by
Casino Aces. No reservations neo
cassary, Saturday and Sunday. ,


Two and five room furnished and
unfurnished apartments; private e
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street,
N. ew Cristobol. Telephone Colon..
FOR RENT.-In Bella Vista. a two
bed-room furnished apartment
with refrigerate ,and stove. Call
mornings at 2-2395, afternoons,

FOR RENT:--Dily, weekly monthly,
larqe hall formerly for dances.
meeting, banquet, etc. Club Ala-
mo, Ancon Avenue y Colle B. Ap-
nlf M raT-. 1A A-C

Minimum .i 4otds.
3c. each ad4i'word.

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S27 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140

Viuotaon mm iaw-osmo

S 24 A 1sew
a se t

ranrspot htxte., $. A
Shipping, moving. 'toage.
We paok and orate or move
anything. 'Phone 2-2451.
2-2662. Pananm

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4KJOS 63
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Both sides vul.
Seotb West Nee, 410
1 VanM 14 Puan
24 Pass 2 A .P .
3V Pas 44 Pas
4 boule 4 6 Double
Pass Pss 5 Double
Pass Pass Pas
Opening lead-* K '

Probably the average person
thinks of a college professor as
a .timid sort of chap w0 awelrs
glases :and a thoughtful frown,
who plays a nice snapy game
of solitaire but would dream
61 going in for any other card
game, .
Actually, I know several col-
Iegl professors who play a very
robwt' brind of contract brdge,
and thehero of today's hand is
one ot hem.
Thm West cards in today's
hand were hold by Professor Ivar
Stakgold, of the Harvard mathe-
matic faculty. The professor bid
h* two kings as though they
had hair on their chest, and the
re ,Wi'* a swing of more than
three. thousand points In his
WeS takgold doubled four
.hel he had the impression
Jt R ae. opponents were strug-
llwith a misfit hand. Aotual,
&l.&. outh would have won all
thiLtn tricks at four hearts
doled, for a score of 1300. (At
match point the.honors in hearts
woUld not count.)
stead fa standing.his ground,



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LEABN: Walts, Fox.
Real Estate -.- I rl e liteb*8l
SRbum ba, Samba.
FOR SALE: Two bedroom 1brch a, bb
cottage with electric and wafer sTr o
supply: 3.409 mts. Write Mr. Analle.
Stevenson, Box 344 Curundu. C.

Laquae Classes

zki o '
AOfra PeUNPple .
NEW YORK, Nov. 12 (USIB)- oi l "
Language classes in French, T .g
Spanish, Chinese. Russian and A
English are being conducted here
for United Nations personnel In- JoEMIwrev- (IP) 8
terested in expanding their now- ie bdeer guards passed eight
cr of expression, newU-.. Patt tanks on to
Currently, 575 UN workers re- Berlin by rail t y.
Dresenthl u 22 nations are aThigJe. aexBlinad v re-
enrolled. Of these 234 are study- fused w-T ova_ the raiwa 0
Ine French. 145 Engllsh. 133 from West erin to BDerB
Spanish, 50 Russian, and seven Oct. ,'wI tto 'lchntal df-
Chinese. culiaI ..-..
The teaching of a foreign. lan- East German Goaqunlst rail,
guage to interested UN person- way ocla gve permission fo
nel at evening classes was inau- the ttsb to move td Berlin Nov.
curated about five rears ago. I ani9t,1 y wer aded on a Ua
Since then some 6.000 workers. Army trains w ld the Mal
ranging from elevator operators rtinbon eel t on the east-
to cileRates and observers, have west Gttkar bier early today.
enrolled in the language classes Th&ai b M in Berlin at
Most of.the student are staff :t~ s. l -.
workers intent on advancing in d werins, a, U.,.
their service categories or on Army ef- d Ud to
transfers to better Jobns. sendthd.M.o U _4 Eto re-
One French employee mastered place odeIr-loe b when he
Spanish so rapidly she was arad- visited Berlin etember.
uated from a clerical Job to a Six of the iew A*ks. came In
Spanish panel of simultaneous by raUl OG .buAeArme ran
translators. A Pakistan staff Into diffttmwln they at-
worker was fluent enough after tempted to 'bli te remaining
studving Fr.'nch for two years to eigRht.
change his Job status materIallv. Easteorlt affdeals, said
A Brazilian student effortlessly Oct. It t l dflcul-
.nn diplomas in both the Rus- Ues" on the il) r e uwy l n
slan- Rd Chinese courses. to Bedlir mUi lle to
Non-rofessional employes of clear .. .
the UN are awarded bonus 'The =Wt not say of
rInging from 100 dollars to 150 what tties
dollars for acnuirin an addl- were. .ll l af-
tional language. go far. 194 stu- tfr .,. F rt officers
dents have collected bonuses neg. j fBlvet
Others receive no bonus other zon
than the satisfaction of being a-
be to converse directly in a for- Jil
The curriculum Is directed by Ctet15' didn't
Henry Baratin of France. A Brad- snan rcc
uate of the Sorbonne in Paris. he ord at 2 S the
formerly taught French and was doctor re aIpendix.
attached to the French Miniqtry Chbtri 4 mi t ^
of National Education. The IPn- nit, .
Ruape courses are taught bv UN I-rf
,mployAs end lsneiuaCe Instrc- h..r.... .
tors from New York unlvPrsltlee.
An invaluable aid In the English
instnurtlon Baratin otinted rat.
is a film made In Sweden under.
the auspices of Swedish teachers.
HP said it ldws students P voca-
bularv of 2M00 words with soe- -
clal attention to the correct ac-
B ee gStew Bnriness
KETS1R, W. Va. (UP) Serv-
ice at a gasoline station here wait
held a for two hours on a busy
Satprday Pfternoon bv A ,wpm
rf bws. which cluserrd on the
aMlnM punmes until the 1epe
eame alh to rtrey tbew -

en promptly oouieo. uast was
no professor, but his double was
vFe much like h~ partner's;
North would hate made at lest
even 'tricks And might well
hane made all thirtea at four
spades doubled.
0 hG e again Nort couldn't
tand rpe ity. Re ran-to v
CIuO", and Z d5
note on theu tht
partner had 1W
S the o ly d down of
ot, and it rea p a th1 hrreat,

h he-ad
pes aob hc d oid play thsd
and wide ope to a e five
clubs doubled.
cting an thi theory, mouth
ted the sev~n of clubs,'o dum-
py's are and .rt\wrteg a low.
club from the dummy. When
East discarded &a 1. heart,
South moaned a werful moan.
Professor takgolM promptly
took three trum trios ate
which the defenders ran ef
diamond tricks Down jd netted
the Eust-aWit pair 1 ,W point!
on a hand in which btey had
earlier stood to lose ~30.poInts!

BImed O0

Improves $1rl

Raul Bryah, the Coclbl
crewman on the dr
can, who suffered
day night as a rt 1
mature dynamite
the bottom of the OI
still on the aeriouly lr at
Oorgaa Hospital tdy
doctors report he s

Two aouthern Demoorate sena-
twor .pd today tht lVoe
Presldpt.e RLchrM.d Nxon
be. limited to no mer than .a
twpe "paretake" erm In the
Ihlte Borum in evtnt w~ldbt D.
Blwanho~er ho*uld.die. -
The pneInaalP were imd. -by
Sens. J. Wllaami ht o Ar
kahsas,. a Geoilgeof

M alot"
.Inda n ll

~tttte< ;p hlem .
d o rt B e I

eded to t Prsidency upon
tb anad alntot th full
Ifor yeartsQ. Prednt ju'imI
our the latest Ini pit, 'ue"d-
b'wRrankn p. ., Roosenl In
tUr. 1 fO b term antend-
tho ;roh II4.

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The 56-year-old Injured manl
was apparently plhed .
drops of clening flusW
from a tank standing owa
during a_ havyt m i
which a bolt of M
,000 pounds of a13ot
knocked down all I8 arewsm-,
bers. .
Three other crewman whole
hospltalled for 0 orU f
rio IanLek, P

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not In serious conmieoa

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due to expite Apr 19, l 4. lI
would haij fl in lal&O" :
1954,. but m even
loss of$2,M A SsN 'r. "
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MRS... JOADE, of MoCtasasslsta. Mr. Owen Applepilst in
the siol of- a gown to. be. modelled in the Hollday Fashion ,
Show. ~~t Ohaiter of Bbta Sigma Phi -orority l sponsoring
the Show to raise funds for the St.-Vincent's Orphanage. Te
showing of the Fashions, through the dourtey oof Motta's, wll
take place -in ~ie ballroom of the Hotel Washinton on Satulday
at 2:40 p.m. The *ce of admission s $1.50.
S-.0 -

C~i BVagu* IARI

The Fort Sherman Woman's Club celebrated the first an-
aiversary of its founding, Monday, with a covered dlsh lunch.
--- thOice.* acrs Club.

onll naL sa uzura I ve sp.
Th offitMers .and standing
committh we e In charge of
the Arragerimatt. -A color
schePe Of 'rei nd a white, the
colorof the TYSA. Engineers
was mrd on the buffet table
with a floral arrangement of
w L te' mterIllies and Ted hi-
biW bindis.s." ,
SA I cke was decorated
bh"W s Ti.ad rbas cut

.Ir 'Wye Oeall 'w~ e 'has
heM ii the States. but. wh

Mra- C
J. l eche,l!
J3 Mrs.-
Mrit LeWIs J

. i.

Oletua P. il0kwood Mrs. R. J
Lamatch, Mrs. Est*n B. Lein-
ster, Mrs. aeck A. Lee, Mrs. R.
E. Murr, Mrs. Paul N. 0'-
Bryan, Ms.,. A. atterson, Jr,,
Mrs.. on ad F. Rfdlgewy, Mrs.
Willam O. Roberts, Mrs. Sam-
uel J. Robinson, Mrs. Dean M:
Shaw, Mrs. Hugh"'M. Sohool-
tMld -Mrs.- Charles W." Snyder
Mrs. Robrt W. iBevens, aii4
Mrs. Josepli W. Tubinis.
h~r DMiwner Party
T" mIs.3C. landall, of France
Fl _d, "txadd' a -dinner- party'
it 'her hom. Monday e-eFing;
to'ahorltr htlbarnid on his
bhirtida' annlverla." '* *

Mr. an -i r-, .
Mr. and .
Mr. and s.
wr. .and -M r.
i. Clara Birbe.-
ontayne, :- an d

with a

monthly .-meeting. Mrs. Ralph
has been active in the Philan-
thtopy Work of the Club, and
s a hemaber of the Board.
Coffee roses and coral vine
Were used as the centerpiece on
t coffee table.
ladies present were: Mrs.
8JPley Kidd, Mrs. William
B-obl, Mrs. X. C. Anderson,
M= William Nessler, ra. J. F.
an, Mrs.,Wlta L. Grads
Ur R. W. Rubem, Mrs. o. N.
ngelke, Mrs. Willam. T. Clute,
Mrs. Leslevh H. Davis, Mrs. S.
F. MqClellnd, Mrs. Arthur Lo-
gati Mrs. Elta Montgomery, Mrs.
itfford R. Rasell, Mrs. Arthur
MZLean and Mrs..Oeorge Roth.
Mi. sUd Mrsn Kinerk
COheap Uasldene
Mri and Mrs. John 'Kernick
nami*mo9d v fr use &No. 18.
Istresidefce kI with Mr.
's new pMtl60h a S.u-
endent o ll Outside
tons for the United Fruit
Iiuhp Official
Vt San- Bias
Robert Smith, who is on
the Ithmus- arranging the
cruise schedule or the Hol-I
lrtl-American Line,. with Mrs.:
Smith and a group of interested'
,b siess men flew to the San
Wuaa Islands as the guests of the
Tourist Bureau Friday, and re-
The tourist commissioner, Mr.
Stanley Shaw de la Ossa, was
in Charge of the arrangements
for the group. They were the
overnight t guests of the Inten-
dente and Mrs. Alberto Arias on
the Island of Porvenir and vis-
ited several other Islands.
Also in the party were Cap-
tain L. L. Koepke, command-
ing offer of the Coco Solo
Naval Station, and Mrs. Koepke,
Mr. Albert Motta, president of
thkte Chamber of Commerce, and
Mrs. Motta, and Messrs: Felix
Oiler, J.. Corro. Ernesto Estenoz,
and J. Khrman.
Major. and Mrs. Jones
AntouDeo Birth of Son
MJor and Mrs. Woodrow A.
Jones, of Fort Davis, announce
the birth of a son at the Coco
o0o Navl Hospital, O Sunday,
NoMember 9. The baby has been
named Gregory Lee.
' Major Jones is stationed with
thb. 764th AAA at Fort Davis.
L A. W. C. Holds
General Assembly
The Colon Unit of the Inter-
American Woman's Club held
Its monthly x i eral Assembly
at the Club Buld$ng, Monday,
with Mrs. Marta Nino, presid-

4., NinQ
Sweare a

ed that
r jnemberI
Mre L6u-
msa Hardy,
medme Tre:
:::T Leje--.

namnez gave a ass W n oute spa
subject .In Englah.The Club
voted a donating ofl, twenty-five
dollar,,to .be paid to the Crn-
sade and pictures were takn
p1 Mrs. Nino presenting the
check to Mrs. millial.,
A. group of ua were sung
by Robert Hunter, ecepnpanled
on the planorby MIs a 8'Ift
SThe following classes were
announced to now be in pro-

READY TO SING Mildred Miller. who sings the role of Pre-
ziosllla in the Verdi opera "'LaForza del Deaino," makes last-
minute preparations during rehearsals for Me 88th season of
the Metropolitan Opera House.


Gladys Heurtematte

announces a repeat gala

.. rforance of


Tomorrow, Nov. 13 at 8:30 p.m.

Tickets on sale dal 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at'
the National thedr Boxoffice.

*. .. cony 3.00
Reserved seats aiidbalcony $3.00

7.I A. :



THE HARD WAY-Using his
rifle as a crutch, this wounded
United Nations soldier makes
his way uphill to a medical aid
station, somewhere along the
Korean front. Someone has
thrown a jacket over his shoul-
ders to protect his open wounds.
The soldier's features have been
blanked out to prevent identifi-
cation by relatives back home.


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United Press Sports Writer Doxing C
NEW YORK. Nov. 12.-A Yankee-flavored
American League .\ll-Star team with five players NEW YORK (UP) The lit-
tle men of boxing- the fly-
from the \World Champions, two each from Phila- t.elhts and bantams tae
delphia and Cleveland. and one from Chicago was over the boxing spotlight Sat-
urday with a pair of champion-
named today Iy the United Press. ship fights at distant points of
the world.
Th, t- im as salectedl by a ted 273 which was 21 points off Flywelpht King Yoshio Shfral,
), rdc oif 24 rrteran baseball iis average of 1951. but he hit Japan's first world boxing cham-
'iriters. three from each league,30 homers as a high for his ca- pion. defends his 112-pound
':it Ireer and batted In 98 runs. crown against ex-champion Da.
Catcher Yoci Berra, the onli Mantle and Shantz were the do Marino of Honolulu in Tokyo.
unanimous selection for th1i next most popular choices, being In Johannesbirg, South A-
team. and outfielders Micke; named on all but one ballot. rica's Vic Toweel risks his-ban-
Mantle and Gene Woodling.iMantle. who is already beinagtanweight title for the fourth
shortstop Phil Rirzuto. and hailed as the most powalful time when he faces Australia's
pitcher Allie Reynolds were the switcn hitter in baseball history, Jimmy Carruthers. Both bouts
Yankees selected. I batted .311 and hit 23 homers. are scheduled for 15 rounds. -
The other pla,:ers ivee pitcher Doby. the second high vote The 29-year-'bld Shiral won
Bobbv Shantz and first baseman getter among the outfielders, his title from the 38-year-old NEIGH, O'SHEA!- Capt. CoUn O'Shea of the Irish Army tean
Ferris Fian of PHfiladelphla. out- barted .276 to go with his power Marino via the decision route in g when Kearne faied to take the fourth arrir n the te
fielder Larry. Doby and third Woodling. who won the third Tokyo last May 19. They had of Harrisburg's Pennsylvania National Horse Show. barrier in the nt
baseman Al Rosen of Cleveland spot by just one vote from team- split In two previous scraps. Harrsburgs Pennsylvania National Horse ow
and Nelson Fox of Chicago mate Hank Bauer. batted 311 Toweel, a strong, 24-year-old
The formidable squad won vir- In the Infield Fain and Fox scrapper, will be making his Despirito Rides Fve W nners
tually all individual honors in were named on all but two bal- second title defense of the
the lea.,ue last season Fain. the lots. Fox batted .296 and had lit- year.
defensive .tar for the Athletic. Lle competition among the sec- In Detroit tonight, jolting Joev In Heading To New Jockey Mark
won the batting champion with ond basemen. DeJohn of Syracuse, N. Y., takes IiU WTW *Joc IV i
a 327 mark and led in double;! Rizzuto also was the best of on Norman Hayes of Boston in
with 43 the shortstop even though ne another middleweight ten --
Dobv hit the most homers. 3? batted only .253 and was a step rounder. LN Rhod and 12 (n Tn
te in the most ru. ando two slower in the field. a suareLINCOLN, Rhode Islad, Nov. t12 (UP).-Young Tony
based Friday night's Madison Square Despirito continued driving toward a national record by
scored the most runt. 104 Rosen's 28 homers and .30? Garden feature pits Landy Dan- riding five winners at Lincoln Downs, Rhode Island yes-
Shantz, the half-pint south- batting offset the fact he was ny Bucceronl of Philadelphia terday.
paw "as thr league's Dil win- no uhiz in the field among the against Danny Nardico of Tam- An Armistice Day crowd of 28,060 saw Despirito
net with a 24-7 won and last third basemen. pa, Fla., In a heavyweight ten boost his wins for the year to 341. That's only 47 short
rceold. and lost record, and Fox. Reynolds, probably the best that shouldn'tt go more than h reord 3 hed by Wat M Joe one an
scrappy little Chicago second clutch pitcher in either league. five. of the record 388 held by Wat Miller, Joe Culmone and
baseman. I ad the most hits. 192 became a 20-game winner for The rest of this week's program Willie Shoemaker.
However, with only four of the the first time in his career and includes:. The 17-year-old Despirlto had a mount it nine of
players. Fain. Mantle. Woodling, had no difficulty winning the the 10 races. In addition to those five wins, he picked
and Dobs hitting over .300, the other pitching berth. TONIGHT up one second and twi thirds. Depirito ran out of the
collectiveaverage for the squad At Detroit, Norman Hayes, money only once. In the third race when he came home
was .294. T Boston. vs. Joey DeJohn, Syra- seventh with "Laverne."
Beira, clearlM the standout in A cause, 1. Y., middles. 10; at Ta The feature race n the card the one-nile Armis-
a nedlo. r crop of catcher, bat- ,V 00 coma, Wash., 8gt Matt Jackson. twice Day purse went to "Uncle Edgar," Despirito fin-
Terry M oo Fort Lewis. Wash., vs Frankle ished third with "Fly Around" in that one.
Gimbel, Spokane, light heavies.
r1 (C, and Eddie Cotton. Seattle. vs
Sa s V tnl Jimmy Ingram, Los Angeles.
flihflR E0vy light heavies, 10.
'Er AI' II None.
S re Him At New York (Garden), Dan- JOE WILLIAMS
ny Nardico, Tampa, Fla., vs
SA- Danny Bucceroni, Philadelphia,
By BEANS REARDON heavies, 10: at Hollywood. Willie
24 Years in National League By United Press) Bean, Los Angele vs Dale Hall Lou Little, who is beginning his second century as coach of
Written for NA Service tn t Salt Lake City, heavies, 10. Columbia. has had few winners to cheer for this season, but he
tl s dust: n the Ameori L.aut The position of former St. Lou- SATURDAY did have the big one, the new President of the United States.
for a decade e was berca n Ted I Cardinal coach Terry Moore is At Johannesburg. South Af- This one won't show in the records of his Light Blue varsity, but
Wlli.ams and Joe DiTeagiod :, lot clearer today. rica, bantamweight champion to the veteran football professor it was a source of great personal
Which one hit the mst home The Cardinals announced yes- Vic Toweel. South Africa, vs Jim- satisfaction Just the same.
runs and boasted the fattest hbat- ~rday that Moore had beeh .tiv-. my Carrutler$ Australia, Title
in average n the other's back- cleave of absence" toandle ou, 15; at kyo, lyweght U at Columbiathere a wide division Utlcal senti-
yard?-Wesley Plankton. .outside business interests." But cl5mpLon Yoslilo Shiral, Japan, ment. In keeping with our way of life a large number of the
Answer: Williams' record at iat Isn't what the former Car- vi Dado Marina, Honolulu, Title faculty, who were directly responsible to Dwight D. Eisenhower
Yankee Stadium was 21 homers, finall center fielder says. Today Bout, 15; at Waterbury, Conn., in his capacity as head of the university, ppbllclyn paid adver-
.307 batting average. DiMagglo M.oore said- George (Curley) Monroe, Wor- tisements expressed their emphatic preference for GV. Steven-
topped this performance at Fen- "'I guess. I was half-fired and cester, Mass., vs Irish Pat Mal- son.
wa Park with .333 and 9 home hal-quit Moore also says he lane, Naugatuck. lights, 8; at But not the football coach and football coaches often In-
w Pruns. wand manager Eddie Stankv did Brooklyn (Ridgewood) Danny vlte harsh reprisals when they fall to see eye to eye with in-
Q Where did the football ex- nut see eye to eye-and that Glovanelli, Brooklyn, vs. Sammy fluential members of the faculty. T.rou hbut the campaign Lit-
pression, 'The Grange Eye,' orig- Stanky didn't want him on the Anderson. Pittsburgh, lights 8. tie was an active and audible asu~orter of the general. There
lnate?-Sam Prosser. coaching staff. never was a question as to where, e stood; he iked Ike, but
A. The phrase, rarely heard Th,? Cardinals also dropped an- good.
now, was born during the Red othet coach. Clyde "Buzzy" BETTER WHISTLE
Grange era. It meant that the Wares has been given his uncon- In this connection there is a story hat has little to do with
Illinois great supposedly could ditlunal release. The 67-year-old Lexington. Ky. INEA'-There whatever Little's political philosoph l may be. One of the first
see possible tacklers on either Wares was the first major leag- are seven Bills, five Dicks and things the general did when he because president of the univer-
side of him, even behind him, uer to come under the player Bobs, four Jims. an three sity was to make sure that Attle remained i charge of football.
while still keeping his,eye on the nenslon plan. Johns. Jacks. Harrys, Toms and Normally, this would not have been lnt of a problem, but as
goal line toward which the Gal- (Moore was stationed at Al- Dons on the Kentucky football it happened the coach had only. r tentEr committed himself to
lopinr Ghost was galloping, brook Field during his wartime team. Yale.
Q. What is the longest run ever stint and played baseball in There had been no official anaoupce t that he was to
recorded in college footoall-- the Canal Zone League. He leave his old post. Even so, t wai'ft the .st kept secret of the
Fortune Cochrane. married Penny Flack, a Canal year. There was enough substance In Pau ten .rumors to.war-
A. Yale's WyUlys Terry reeled Zone girl who at the time was OtLT rant the attention of the sports plgep. Is ta eorse these reach-
off 115 yards in 1884. The field manager of the Curundu Bowl- i ed the eyes and ears o the newly nampd -ead master.
at that time was 110 yards long. in. Alleys. Now Moore is going tMIE o
and the run started five yards to devote all of his time to run- 9Lw
behind the goal line. The field ning his own bpwling alleys in A Little Home-In Thq Com try
was shortened in 1912. St Louis.... ED.) T CA The enera w still t t H
_IC W n The general was still is WJMhrino,At..the time. He put
through a pholte call to Litile at : ty.
FAMOUS SINCE 167 "He asll .sWe to come tq waslS s eUtiim,1 the coach
recalled yestaefby. "When I .,ot tnb 6 h.aidd4,'m going to try
to make aym change your mind. iW AtMa't that I wanted to
g .leave Columbia:.I had been thsie 1 1 1;. n rand It would
have been something of a wrench'to...l4' # .-
"The money factor didn't enter 1hntQ,4t 'i t.. I've never had
any complaint on'that score herp at Colidbfi. I was to be both
director of athletics and'head footbh-y ecr'a t Yale and the
challenge was stimulating. Besides, '4 b tlodii .ety dweller so long
I yearned for a little home in the ountr,. V lo, I was to have
SCOTCH W ISKY what amounted to a life-time contract.,
WHISKY What persuaded me to stay hore tia.gaytbhing else, I be-
lieve, was thegerheral's sincere Intere the port and the im-
TH OLDUET SCOTCH WHISKY DiSTILLn IN THa WORLD portance he put in it as a vital. hi ttla.. .tlal adjunct
Sc Always keep Sentil to campus life. One of the finest coai envr law d was when
he sd. 'I.need you and I want yo taO .' Taid
SAL HEPATICA it. I had to forgt-al about. iYate #Iib ilWand si the little
-the laxative tt suits home id the country." .
A T I ITCE iv tt~ It was suggested; not too seriould.tt when the general
your convenience in became a candidate that Little, In view f the- rice he had
your medicine- chest. made. and -the circumstances in wh fii )t *as- se,. should have
rt tin gone to lim and said: '".,
fr Don fee i nd "Listen, you can't do thth to us', at Columbla."
SThe coach, smled. "I'm really that, yet
marble. Don let ~I can't help but believe f ba n the
A-f -headaches spoil your day, nation's highest office, and thtte' t 'Jilb 'sport has not
SAL HEPATICA bring. -- .
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Suually within an hour. -. -
This hasn't been one of m sons.
For fer night driving, equip your car with Auto- A ntcid SAL HEPATICA hasn't been has one of CoWi ar8 seasons.
Lite "Bull's-Eye" Sealed Beam Headlamp units. Antacid The Light e ha won onll it has
You get better visibility, thanks to: Tweetens a sour stomach, been an interesting and exc -lblIs teams
usually are under Little Three e 't well have
ALUMINIZED REFLECTORS produce white, gone the other way had the fa
bnght light. The Yale score -was 26-35, anybody
game. A foqrt )i. down .alty She Penn
mORE UL1T concentrated onto the road game we a beart' m'er. g .I 8 a-
..."Bul's-Eye" intensity. Way been Little's mai Is te two
SEtLED CONSTEUCTION which keeps out lP the ttrton Is mic.
dust and moisture. .There was the Cornell gamj / T 0
Sleq, 1, going into the fourtorcd
*"Yore.or. y .Iway r r w/is As-." to n ivee players both ways, Ii 18 a-
A UTO LITE ast h the laws of theh ltl
So.yb alatl player to be lt .arter
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In the quarter-finals of tle
PWGA Isthmian Handicap tour-
na. ent the following names ap- The world's leading lockue -
: Donle vs. Leigh; Jones vs. Gordon Richards of fia. One f
urns; Parks vs. Garrett; and yestdtrdy won tw oraeos at
Reynolds vs. Minor. These London, ruing. his f'lfe-te -
matches must be played by the total to 4,62 The British season
evening of Nov. 16. ends saturday. (By United Press)
A couple of capable youngsters, The long-shot."La Corseoa .The iatern Lea tr
Margaret Leigh and Madelaine paid $38.20 to win In 35th 1 the "tartform-t i t
Garrett, are really 'burning up added Gallorette Slake at r oP-* b htr-t .3hh
the course this year. lico. "gis Me Kateh'.ran taddoit' wlleM t lo
and, "Marta," third;. in the id l- li6y were d
Competition for this- round timore feature. t.. b. cIth
promises to be sharp. Connectleut tea oe atra
Promoter Jinimy Murrky' sa s s.
The regular monthly meeting h has offered Middlet G a M
of the PWGA is to be held at championn Ray Robirm a O, of tlG Braveis l l
Panama Golf Club on Saturday. 000 guarantee to defend agal h Bra
Election of officers will be held. abo. ilson in San VrancSt bee
-a Olso Ia n ra ee A
Nominations will be made by- a wext January. Robln .. now y R.A
committee and will also be ac- .bus.wjth a night club date in territorI
cepted from the floor. York, has defeated Ojaf-
1aT??Sne l~ir. ce
the Fort Amador ladies' point twi- he one d.rce s
tourriey- on Nov. -6 wa copped to makd legal at otherti e ft
by Anne Little who had a ross they will retrtn for a ~hie-hole trX on..
77 for 37 pohtts Era House 6Oker teourey h the aick int Th e 1'crapjon' ra hse
finished second with 33 points. Lunbheon on this. election day tblwo on, tane twu ,1
Swill be by reservation at oon cantly but aie Leagu pi
The. ladies have llstid.a .iUnd for thb Convebt li raet TOt
Bogey tourney for tomorrow, ing members who .l: to ta ., lives
-part. "' tet Las,
Important: Election of Amador The general meeting -1 st or Ri rdpn
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to wind up with a f of
teammates if the wek aer
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First item. on Ed's agad
each SAturday morning a
tete-a4ete with the w eatr-
man. ..
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19W this eawon0 "
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DWnWuE is nIn
The O-pound senior en@ as
the onb Quaker who goes B t
-Def a a little easier," e
admitted "because t treQa
natural: toObs, where oi
demands reactio l -
"The o d t blockeM
ever had. t andle were
backs -J.,J'.t&ln chllno. aad
Sohnn 1 of Califoia.
ey lit lWU ad har andh
didn't give u asy. That kiWd's
hard to neallUIz."
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Tl math asurd see a
o e elt royant pow-
a to of nB, reporter.
On AA w r e gen t fin e
e of ade -try and
e itroft n of the Crito-
ftl Or ~tb, firing on there
ua, y qf these three
H eb obeo d, over BIlboa.
AMgWss Will have a team
.n this match also, and
b1e one from the 45th
iBnid and some of hi
been sharpening eyse
will probably start'l
or 10 a. m. More de a
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coaches diagramed and written
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Kansas Coach
Charlie Hong picks up plenty
of ground on Kansas' halfback
trap against a
five-man line.
Q u arterback
Jerry Robert-
son or Oil
Reich spins t9
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to. the fullback
going over
right tickle.
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back at the end
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Our center
Y. ike and right guard
double team
.the middle guard. Our left
g ard pulls out to get an angle
block on the defensive left
tackle. The right tackle goes
through to get the middle line-
baker. The right end and right
halfback take crtre of the down-
field assignments.

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Go. Tech Tougher

Than Cal. Trojans,

Says Army Coach
(By United Pres)

Assistant coach Art GerOeta
of Army says Goergil Tech a
better football team than Sqlth-
ern California. Gerometta, who'
has scouted both unbeaten tamp
before Army lost to them t
the Engne~btt becau5 i N
"aggretsvenes fdt speed."'

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combining flexibility
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SEOUL. No%. 12 iUP,-South
Korean infantr\imen recaptured
Pinpoint Hill on Sniper Ridee
todav, winning back more of the
Intal central front; territory the'1
lost during the night to 1500
Thinese Red. I
Counteiattacking at midda'v
through a screen of Communist
hand grenades, mortar fire and
artillery shells, the South Ko-
reans swept over Pinpoint Hill
Lhen thrust on to occupy some
of Position Yoke on the far
northwest end of Sniper Ridge
At dusk today another part of
ihe South Korean force was
noppina uo Chinese survivors
driven out on to a small finger
of land to the east But Position
Yoke mis still largely in Red
Some of the gopher-like r.et-
work of caves and tunnels on
that rocky knob fell to the South
Koreans, but the Reds still held
most of them. and so controlled
that part of the ridge.
It was because of these caves
and tunnels that the Reds were
able to hold Position Yoke dur-
ing most of the 30-day Kumh-
wa Ridge campaign.
The South Koreans found 30.-
000 Communist grenades in one
cave. Another cave was ble
enough to hold 160 men.

rest their feet near a sign they
elect Dwight Eisenhower on his
are Cpl. Tom Espejo of Florida;
Wisconsin; and Pvt. John Edwar

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AUGUSTA, Ga., Nov. 12 IUPI statements from various Re- take every kind of precautlon- where Eisenhower is stayl g, waf .nu eater t al. d
President-elect Dwight D. Ei- publican senators and leaders, It was believed Eisenhower Wi that "the general is g n m' an explosn _
senhower will probably turn up including former GOP presl- be with the troops In Korea by to get unwound?" . .
is the Korean war theater with- dental candidate A. M. Lan- Than lining. His pre4 secretary, Ja ; -
out further public notice of his don, that he should not risk Meantme, while newsot t Hagerty, saidtat the enert
proposed visit, it was learned going to Korea. But these 1irojected Korean trip was _no begnin.g to.relax eom
here today statements undoubtedly in- forthcoming here, the word from after his trenuous eb 0campC I
For obviouss security re-sons, creased his determination to the Augusta National Golf Clhb, He WorY on, his malii th
no time-table of the trip will morning, t0~ga ol near%" y .
be made public. And there will afternoon, aw me3 'ar
be no advance notice given few hands bridge in the Tiv
where or when the former nesco 1 an to bed uslaly t a.h
Unesco Has Its Trou61 a tbdualy
general will go Into the thea- round 10 p.m.
ter. Hagerty said Eisenhower he#
Even Eisenhower's mode of PeA nd Patri tisreceived official invitationALDGaNov12- B
transportation will probably be Pennies A nd Piafttri, Ism Shivers of TeiS -- William Jordan f acep 1
kept secret, it was understood as to attIn'the Southern 0o 4 last ot .veteran of e
There has been speculation at ernor's-Cpqference at New,. e, bet h t .the states,
the Elsenhower vacation head- -- o -leans NI(Mber 16-18, but. ithat yeaterd I as the na-the n
quarters here that the Republi- PARIS. Nov. 12 iUP)-Unesco's munlst tool has.been mae by It was-.ncesMary for the gdner a _a," onabred another w ag
can winner will leave or Korea seventh an nual conference several United States Sr lotic to dec with regret. t When lte was already an
shortly after his talks next week opened here today with most of groups. including the a s The Wat could not cce n.
In Washington with President the delegates from 65 nations of Foreign Wars. who the because e rt
Truman, butin view of the tight determined to disprove charges to push throRugh bai s ready ed to go to W. t.l
security being clamped on the that the world cultural. and Unesco studies in many ted i e in the Welk 1 s
trip, there will probably be no educational improvement agency States schools. .17 for his b talkga
definite word until he actually is a Communis device. The VFW claimed. tqiese, 1 Truman, IA n 0
arrives. India's Sir Sarvepalll Bad- studies were a device -thder- reportth, tri-- -
There is nothing iunyual in hakrishnan, widely-knbon phi- mine students' patriotm In h.enhowethh ..
such severe security arrange- losopher and educator, was a favor of 'one world" eltitenshpw. wo bly .. w Ri
ments surrounding a visit to a pre-meeting favorite for elec- Some posts of the A4lricaa t ,- -'
war theater by a high official tion as president of the confer- Legion and other sImgar groups for t. -
of the United States govern- ence, to replace United States made like accusation rn weel.rd
ment. assistant Secretary of State, n(on-CommunIast delegrmt th a -o ni rrag
The only unprecedented angle Howland Sergeant, those from Poland. Caech6olava- b e pRe ra li to
of the visit is that it Is to be : fiaIa Bugar" and 'YagaKlavia trid
made by a president-elect rather One of the main items on the we. not talking g r .e~ d- l d n relieved
than the incumbent, agenda for th6 month-long Unesco'i aims were- ine-na- aW' -.- 'B
The general was unmoved by meeting of the United Nations tional, ut emphasized Ki '-
Educational. Scientific and Cul- cl siveli noh'polit.ica peaceful, is.
tural Organizatlon was whether IntIllectqal and humantar&
'" Falangist Spain should be ad- chTar"tr.
mltted. They scoffed at c ws1fu It~a t it
tried to destroy 0 = ls
Britain, the United States and taride to de trdo ato
'France are expected to support e e
Spain's applicatlorl, but a close IINIrfINL E loo 1. Btter tln a J-
and ,:_^ ^.' Balboa lions lub
and stiff fight is expected on Di ,p-zW'rl let c -
the vote, due tomorrow. ait e
lb rmar wenv o
Another conflict is awaited t hr the I 0 IVIl "
on Unesco's budget. Many arma- ef of s,.i ,..U
ment-burdened nations claim r' is paw I t o-M, Sbo Aneri
pe cul1would' g9 toi.Ksfia

the critamof Uncontinue m a C for -- IB ew .M meot o ru yes yo" un jger
purely cultural roJects. They At a dlnnei.held last nlt. att e r
will suggest cutting Unesco to the Hotel Tival.. the newly aac-
a basic program. ed WaIboa Lbns Club was pre- Ant n e"ms y" .b e.. n
sented Its charter by the Prsl- auD ': r botAhet tminl. four t
mince tho nthe lKest annual det of .ions telattet oald-
conference, a two-year budget. dent of iron I nteslationalu. aned- eEP a'iuM wfse.
oo more than $20,000.000 had tgoar M. Elberti,.B atl1 toe.
been proposed, with 17.000.000 Lion President an Mrs It Memo
as the rock bottom, of Chicago are pi gently Ol t-_ l teer
of Latin American
Crticism of Unesco as a Corn- I tin America Li on iuba h : Nw YO. or year ye
Acdn pthe many c ions Clubs VSeo, Y fr A

Gl l Ro r -years you "

C o.-rreno t i he tuneadan t e GI ai.: Hang inoH, r
throughout the Western Hoemi-sozha i anactIv

SRe b y mvy yesterday made it pssible r h
NateV Annou n der Shon; 4
men on a Korean battle front him to resent the charter f the
prepared to welcome President- An.o c newlyoranzed snhe CAlub. be fore re n si anwo
forthcoming visit. Left to right e ta n ao

ue Maprmn heUntil
ds of Mountarry, North Carolina. for CotiRih amapdCeeWhiar elax-
Hondur" ace bny ZrD. c wt d" t athw =' o
HAVANA, Nov. 12 (UP) Po- Tranio er or, lt il nt
lice today were seeking to learn S I1 -.1-- a n .d aayt
athe motive behind yesterday y's f dl at f ofIDOR fd
fatal shooting of Julio Cesar 9",ft 4.
Oonzalez Rebull, editor and part I ,.lb. u u h a
owner of the Havana afternoon the Cn aAl b hl i .n Whi '
aper'El Crisol,' and the wound W1n6 be nk k ma .
N o __ng of Srta. Maria del Carmen -igt13 d.i.ar V M ,; Iae na
Pereda, 30, Cuba's leading tele. U6i d Lioness Amiffear *:l- P eftae f iii
vision announcer -ldoov r the Distree
tio Carreno. 52, a citizen o L o oner T o .taiter te
Spain. identified as the assail- Nasand Daof n tca s A
ant, steadfastly refused to an- tia ha
swer questions regarding the eIJL- and l 1 f o & "Egular' h Pb -thd
shooting. tcu of m""d doornin g
According to police reports re to the
Gonzalez Rebull, who was visit- Lonaa
StIad 4 Ing Miss Pereda, fell dead as Ca-
St eS .kring'of.TurinIa. ydo eea .
Wardd formoaTuri n of 1.1, rreno pumped five bullets into Minuteg,
l', lom de, oFiom ia.n his body. It Is also believed that aindcat. A
Carreno then turned the weapon lo__., breafas
on Miss Pereda, who was wound- in
ed In the Jaw ahid hospitalized. c
1....bait te sInt
Gonzalez Rebull, a man In his, wth t
late forties, was considered one rDft-
of Cuba's top newsmen. Only re- wheat
gently he returned to Havana .t.
from a six-month visit to Spain.Aeban
Alberto Pla, Gonzalez Rebuls.
l".Yes but until chauffeur, heard the gunfire and
ml"...Yesbut until rushed to the apartment,where
d and driven the 1952 Nash he caught Carreno and held him
. you'll be missing motor- for the police.
find so many new, exciting Miswas the wnnereda, also at
e 'was the winner of he Cl-s
-new steering eas-new radio, press and television aw
as the "most dlstir)guiabeds i
Golden Airrite" Statesman vision announcer o 19rL "d
ow aI your Nash Dealer's.

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