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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]
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normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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eT_ salrom A spokesman for the House LONDON, Nov. 15 (UP)-A
AlA, of OClerc .d Pooly Bey. one of thick white fog blanketed Lyn-
S. rou's Ipersonal assistants, don early today, reducinge
O... .J01 Ch rge o Iered ,. e tiny, plain old visibility to a few yards am
I2 .is o ch o q movement weighs forcilt traffic to crawl.
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-f -& arr l i s ari t. ap exhibition In,some areas of the ity the
Ametroa. fBr -. secretary. of tfh irk o aso thick that ptenea
-: ilnisterl bed itomobolas through inl
rhatn irthoutt-cflonfi. ai a qhare of bI- Th watch wds delivered. to .ersectonms with flashlight a-
that a purt dcfhaol "' tnhe ylasn last.July party-oers in evening dress 1
,y ,oa Lapa V M .wh aq a commander sh ybefr Fouk we' a t- tried to find their way home.
pubabslid for hispat- ed and wait to exile. the .
on in he plan com- spokswaen Mild. Wia morning. bus er-
em Spanish Civil War. 'We wo to Capri to ask foi 'tadebayed and eaon- -
pd in rance after World payment. we received was a muster trais ran late. The f
exJ**main ua- 1 H. -behind his first reply telling, to get the mo- was expected to last til u ad
_f tU.o. I," Y"ethere la nodtivorce in n Is tlantnbassyaftenoo.
ner ,hetusht1aecandmar- l a embassy saidiAr Ie t
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.. perature, lack of vis an. .
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SAlbert 3.. Smith. *-y er-o d
S- Spaiash-Amerloan war veteran
said one olf-his Rhode Island red
't.it Ia; ia _o from the Government, In the form S oral argument Or he6s laM adouble-volk egg today
ana- f r Isom the public who iu the forzam testimony. with e word. I'-," prited
eto t acceptable to each of (h) BA .'W.There shall be a olainly in capital letters on the
ed 94 l ra. The public member Recorder of tW Panel to whom Id -
-: .r serve as chairmen of the written plridctatlons may be
ltn? ..- d ~M preside over the hear- oresemd .fatslon in the But Smalth was no longer able
"" Reco : t, produce the evidence. Nel-h-
(i) for Panel. bors gathered to look at .the
4 Place of Hearing. The Pa- a. i Pap shall set the time. unusual e and one of
t a sia t in the Canal Zone date and plane of each hearing, dropped it.
ot qaeb other places as is neces- ar.d shall pubikcla each hearing .".4
to take relevant evidence, by approprite means, to the ex- Smith said he hopes it will
S'o- en mentation. Interested -tent dtsedm to be Indicated un- rove to be a prophecy of good ,
Spa may pffer such doeu- der th.ees. The time tines under the administration
asm are considered f l- set fo.te e shall be such of President-elect Dwight Ike El-
..T* e Panel. by m0aqrtby 3a affeors inesses time to senhower. -
.=y exclude from conshW- pieparg th lvws.
any^ uch dochnn if.H The two volks coU moean m W
pa l of the opinion It does b. The Pai.' will ask from chickens in everyolks he sa.
. -oa the issue, each para g-4*h desires to ap- er. *,
(fhe ..De!tI before. it a statement of
ex estmeny of Witneswsessuch Icten together with a Ca i
panel ts authorityto to- short uMte what the wit-uGambling Casin
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limit the time allottd e tesmony can
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t eard It t as to refuse o the Central America e
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PROVIDENCE, R. I., Nov. 15 (UP) Secretary -
eftme Robert A. Lovett said today that the nation' i
proda*g airplanes and tanks much faster than th
wie btng destroyed in Korea.
re planes have been produced in the lost three
.ontht than have been lost since the beginning of t
war.,
4ore late-model tanks have been accepted by &d
ewq forces during July and August, Lovett said, tfea.
were 4t in two years of fighting.
Spe l at the dedication ee- "entering into a period of loet
remo of the Patriot's Court military budgets," but added:
at Broaf University here, Lovett this orderly decrease is contains.
said- th rate of American indus- ed for a short period of time, e.
tri4li e*eleratlon during the 12- should reach a level which
month period of partial mobill- be sustained over whatever
tWUon is sxigtly higher than the riod is necessary without 44i
tiest iM osh period under full too much damage to'our na s
mobjMatso .i.uring World War al ecnoomy or our aoclal aytiS
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Wbich :Ike iWI Ni Rei ei "ve? PP
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OWN ANPI PUSULIIHED nM THE PANAMA AMBICAH Plis INgs.. .Oi:
POUNDED MY NRLOIM IOUNSeVILL IN iot.a Labor. .s-s
HAEMOSID ARIAS. 11ITO 11
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TELEPMO"E Pa'euaa *o 1.0740 IS LINsI)
CTADELI AOI.. E' PANgAMENICAN. PAPNAIsA
COLON OPPc ,12 171 CEN-i AveS-uS aNIFT*i ld p4 AN1 1tA SNDi TertCoTues
O XrNGeON he PRESENTATIVS IOS IllA POWis INC" .
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Pil MONTH. IN ADVANCE IT C, itI . 0
Fi IXMaNTH.NA#VAN AVANC6E 1100
ON; Voas* e a oVANC.....------ o NO 4 oo By Victor Riesel
A tOltR FOA U -- TH4w RlADI) WN COI.UMN PITTSBURGH The men of Drew'l t hol pl S.. U.t
ccl and sorrow who came to 1 | I I U.S. onA-
M Ar ea Ils ye m o so b ot y their leader made way for d1 .. .
Sa cr A l an d ae d n oy an her mournher.a ae IO. Atr nl . .. t

it east was John. Lewis, autae nearhaughty toLLt TO f b ByfWAL B eh. R -,. m
xt Oday ttrs arellihedn the devcinhe once led. Humble to- IYU ANt cae YTlac Yu E Ef- .M.


l ae reark daed the prt li ng an lntn b c bgan the 40im so th, kd N- 0 lfee a S h
The Mail S oa senoeo t rums ter aaden s reo The Pene.m Amea the deiad the ptlc, ap wrti kd N-IN pl aw
cken. Letf, e eied gratefully and are o handled in s awhollyou e*ih pn had taken oms r oot exppend jusn Li.m n. h1& a


"eacoin tribute a ltte dont be impatient it itc h appeal the ly. h dis successor.d -perS. ht.m. it a nt
n ext day. Lott v a er p ublished mih. ur i e d o t w r e n r f ts-pg .e ae o p a lt e. the order received.eAd t e e w r m n I'it -r :nf" +th -u"ic'ot
P.. i tty to kep e thlettessn lmirEted to e opage lng bAnrgd who began thr nk n tha n tt he AfeU id ,. -
Identity of letter writers is hold in strictest ofideeo. J ohn Lewis co ld pick UP where e .




We ca v contnue writilnong:o0 d h lJohn Eet o Lewi l d O Pk up hee ha ag l
This n wsr reassmes anotno rpesiiglity for na fftement a w as pin P hil Murray had stopped, just la
hild in es t letter ders Phil had picked up after Lewis t- .e.. i
SO WlmiTNe left. hi a s army of CIO unions 12
EMPLOYE SAYS "KEEP ON W RITING" Bro dw,.uea r a0o. ........-.,
My, '.N. W.o.3N..1 .).lIs.".he.un ryrm o t e or'd.ff l j .
h. ondMurray wept then and askedei odoay ohino 'stie le a tAd ien
tthe rental hearing just a few days off,r manyIndignant John not to quit.n Toay Johret andA ea
Zonians are asking: "What can we do?" .ept -t for now 'he was truly a- t t I th & t be s
We can continue writing: N e wll oh A elcat n ourslone Except for the oCIOm n he hadhad B r
To our Congressmen and other Washington officials who created. Ouil"the almbIh ... te -- .: d t a.
have responded to previous letters and are interested in our So few remember. There was
problems. e d- :he bareheaded Lewis tel-in t w.g _ ..lT J. 'a
..To publications such as Time Magazine (Henry. Lu e. ed thousands thf sen rancisco I








WHaT ~EN^"? aOUsn of San'LDra DRAW Aic CM O d a bu lep litl to m 1h
tor-in-che, Rockefeller Center New York 20, N. Y.), Newsweek rers that they od soon




(Chet Shaw. executive editor Newsweek Building, Broadway &w l eis thai wn sh un trheyl s- '





42rFiendS, NWashiYtork 36,0n. Y.h.wewn Is aIhtw
42 d St., New Y iork 36, N.ernoY.).s," the hungry of the world. 1.
T o Governor John S. eybold.e h n There wag Lewis dashing a-n t
Letters to our Congressmen will prove our "get up and go round a b arganin table threat-
hs not got up and went." n lng to smash the face of a n t e nre t 4 1
Letters to Time and Newsweek will further publicity in our steel company executive. .faceofah.,. "
behalf. There was Lewis defying a na- antOc ".a.l Ol I -Lr1 1 I -" 3 eI
Letters to Governor Seybold will be valuable in presenting tion angered by a wave of violent aatia t r 1 bl
our case and an indication of unity in our protest. setcowns. Out of that crucible of
'.Always remember "In union there is strength."fdl wt turbuletn t tew oftatcucibleofI
Oputmist. turbulence grew CIO. S CIni
And here was Lewis agae in. '.+ ..hw.eIb
TEARS ARE SHED. FOR 'GOOD OLD DAYS' It was the same old Lewis -.,ow
WHEN YOU COULD DRAW A COMM BOOK dramatic. o but leaving little to
Panama, R. de P. chance. For 10 years he has beep 1 Ie
Mail Box Editor pvlacino his men trateglically Inol 9 a,
Dear Friends, CItO. For 10 years is wetll-fin-
It was a cool Friday afternoon, an afternoon that seemed anced emissaries have kept alive h1 i
to be only another reason for being happy since the morrow hie strength inside CI 0. And in -e..ow
would bring another day of rest. On this particular afternoon,' he last few years he had comeorteasde.Tss ml"1m iin"ohlhnda
however, a certain office door was closed for the last time. This I hate Welter Reuther.
door was the door to the Coupon Accounting Department. Now. Al a Over CO. voices are 4i'.how__'_.-. itoh
And now, dear reader, I imagine you are happy about the saying in the anti-Reuther lYten 0"n .l.ruoh. ill. J :
cash system, but let's recall some facts about coupons and see camp that only tohn can stop Unnr u s h i '
if :your elation still remains. Is your memory so befuddled with the militant young auto leaderMRM ......
present day problems that you forget the times when you could who wants tO head C Pi. Usuo C iA m d
draw a commissary book on an issue day when your money ran thThe soldiers launched CIOn .ur n s.al".,- i ldu h po ae t.q-f l"
Let me also refresh your memory about a certain remark the IOien emay. -They belong In hy m o rn aR etn. Intt,
our administrators made when they decided to introduce cash. They can launch new a he. .e:* egd te e, "
The remark claimed the printing, handling, and counting of "risades organlbize the Southo h ho . .
coupon was the reason for Increasinr g commissary prices. The develop powerful political action, NEW YORK--I suppose you could call Claus sehologial hobby of hating poppa whiayle y- o fy ta_ a0_alu l.
o,. P Het m davoe the prie gon dow.nt create new organizing commt- Elachen, 16 of oah e, N.Jen,.,i un ual cild- g i hom y d of oht ein ,wd to S ,h ocise v 62 t e
The answer is obvious, or haven't you read yourV eea
tgrocery bill lately? mr tees, meet the AFL on equal since he expressed his disapproval of both -par- methods pf ove her, hste t him.oasofhdco nlllsac h
d now. mn arise th. deal wh the strength of ents by shooting mama ad papa neatly through Along s lines of Juvenile tolerance Of p .. '
ublc. The losing of the coupon bureau doors may mean the senhower. leader of a party the heead with a .22 rif rent It mit -be wise to preac that whle a a
cloWshingtof yourdos Donot youethe reall how sherious contraband lha to
closing of c your doors. Don't yhe aoun calb s contraband e IO tried to destroy. We are not clear as to why he shot his mo- childish tntrum is often pardonable, the de
offenses were? Didnt You know that coupon books were the ther, for whom reports say_ he Is professes r- fct pelIna car of a shotI i "
m a j o r f a c t o r I c o n t r o i n g c o n t r a b a n d r e a s o n : I f a wer o t he L e w is p o w e r li hin p o c k e t r y natw o er me a a p i s t o lttaw o c a r o f ni& eS a iat j AI IP ; lj_ .. O".
more books thar n his salary, het was b immediately pout under o in- book as well a his roanality. He disliked hi father e4emely he told the hatce rm, a uo cl tw h t tinkmnives. f
vestigat ion and If found s ultya, he would be penalized to the n The United Me.: Worker UniterANd Press in Miami, e 1 Oa there lie was appreeed- wh .' e lrd by't mpa!t iu~te
extentof being ffrlied L lte wou ie oh Union ha. regarde eo hah ed In an auto that Contained a s hotgun, two he-ciam our of bilokout .to, I lt
Ct an iou honestly say that today's cash system a o alone. pal dues i bri rifles, a pistol, two hunting ki;9, and a hat- impUle-kills invariably treat r
lute control of contraband orf itthat it even coe, i close ttthe me chet..th st.tioot, ......-.
thoroughness that. coupons presented? My dear merchant, the f th ntle Although he did not attempt e u- this smell .am willing to hold: h .ands -
clerks Ion th a comaisarles do not knowe the name of the person st powerful sinlee 1 war arsenal when the ops ot him, o ht'se- istawhmthe tat '.
who shows them a yellow Identification-privilege o In het. The C0 need t de- ly say that he was h ampl prompt dfot ny acon- not a .w l
lon -a It'sIyelloI t's passable.as t t P ii .a w ay i n eta yong ta can
. As t y futein falls on the scintillatlpg erePa- Lewd imne1 r AWtln Hal wos r an i e yuOnct M.at a,"r1AAcan b emprt e duult caug,. ~*
namnaCabal Peoples And spirit, we alsohhear t e faint chorus Intt .. rl, salnstlbolity, wal an .o pusl -- --W
of, "Farewell coupons Farewell glorious memories." o the rO rli-E NOw tr h.e.eE_. lwi. pla .. r afulp.. M h
A new world is here. A new world of poor administration _._ mk h sPth bif ndr e11r rnOwth llthag _.
Indifferent citizens, depressed souls and over-worked bodies. A 'himback In. ir iCa In AdA. m l
world la will drive us out in agony or to the cool depths of the face of a Republican regime ed Ime- to.4qatt.t A ).w4 A. -Sult4ree -bbfl meA *
an early grave.- aItddIn 1937, two ynre. afteras T n trhe
The old Umers will never forget those coupon book days, Lewis threw a right uppercut at themurder of hIs parents. k. tliouh m srs. A shot
and we're sure many merchants will regret thdr indifferent at- Big Bill Hutcheson and led 11 The atrolman -who put thebo.utob on the rp-. r'fleAPl," unikM y ek1% A 1;n
unons out of theAFLtob iT neer i n d ,yarm eoe ,e. : w oi bunr td.
the point of bankruptcy In the next ten years! something called the Committee boy showed no sorrow or r-sentment. -He was It is smid that the d6bi,- *li
Aloha Oe. for Industrial Organization. one of the calmest persona sI ever saw," the ar- young man: will .fae death In tahe eot ar.d.u .lp" ty.
THE COMMISSARY BUGLE TO WASHiNGTON, D.C. birgh's Powerful Steel Union this A few hours after tooe arrest, Miaa police said alteanauveg, auc.u as-acquitt~I '-
La Boca, C.z. week who listened. Between them they h a d recovered machen's, mother's ring, as temporarily oOI chroilly r-and: .'.
wanh deehn Lewis heo0 Iro -, .. ..
ir:and John Lewis they could dor- which he had hocked in Mimi .for $12.. sane, '..
Last month the Commissary Division said that all fast mov- !nate American labor and takg He also saidsthat lhe hadblcet l out afo or 'kill ,y. .Or .al wPo...r.I~a
Ing articles would be reduced in price on the 27th of said month. on any combination of American Ing -his parents, following the night are he had Being neither Judo -rrof, VtBff"A
On Oct. 12 or 13, suar was dropped from 20 cent to 17 industrialistsW Which caused him to get up and 1oad theug un hand down a verdi .But wereoh- l eal troops $ ed
cents for two lbs. Rice dropped from 28 cents to 27 cents for The men who wandered me-with whinche rneved hil ath.and mother.of should hate tIohave &ro.ght -I. I ea 1Plb.mo..
two lb. Pet milk dropped from 17 cents to 16 cents a can, but .1thofcofutrcoce.rfuture.specruhe
t was continued to be published almost every day up to Oct. 26 emptied by Phil's death were It is to be hoped that the modern popular clase along with the eraser and u phe c diid n ,d, ...fio Ia a, he
that the cost of all fast moving articles would be reduced, but ITOre Interested in savinX the vd4 .modjy
the above mentioned articles are the only ones that have been stecl and coal areas from col-
reduced, all others have either remained the same or gone up. l'.pse than in the future of C1O-- W"nVr ur ei- u tils
It's Just like President R oosevelt said: W e, the people here for uthe tm om ent.k t t f r e ,la,. et. 1"..
in Washington, could not give the people of the Canal Zone full But they knew that after theyuwag.iii6 k,
kings, and Washington is a long way from the Panama Canal. session, they would be bound by S&""'Lid
We don't know If our dear Governor Seybold read in the CIO's policies. e .
Commissary Bugle that was published in October about Commis- .TheY did not want those poll-
mary price reduction, but what I think all the Local Rate coMn- ces written by Walter Reuther SANG FO3 DO WARN the big hill. -Out bf the Bl k N*b- tafa ire ohm
munities should do is to write a letter about it and go from and his militant aides. This went Oven V, t0
door to door and get every Local Rater to put his John Doe to meant that regardless of who Proud words are 4at enough: they do not heal one for rio W W t .1hp
It and send It to Governor Seybold, so that he may look Into was elected permanent president The ledoe i the spirit, when the song f..;V -.+ t
the matter. of CIO It had lost its most Pow- Dgins falte$ Wm the shadows .SUM
erful weapon, the centralized Aeltoil thll thf revele..hew lool "
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CIO thay respite needed to dove..0i
-hu new'fraternity, new leader- Salis in Our Afleys Jib WSba
Shit new strengtth, new defiance isa: At ue70,V
of the AFL. waiting now to .rip M e p.esebr IM: "Our,
It aoart, and new deflanme of the eal deaL lA s jud _~ ...
White House determined now to of the m a ve l : "A.
c0o it was as Lewis drove from s etwodesUaIn aona 0
are tWO timus inam
Ronringfleld, 111., to Pittsburgh sowedt hod a
enrlv this week, he had his ey the last"
onr the road ahead Iino mre ways
than one, N. -_
The Phil M frray he loved and 4!
O H N EAhatedEso much at the samewtie
ONE.. .w dead. But his CIO was still
.W wwuuE. alive.
Fl Old Scotc Whsky NO POOLING
r w lme bN YBOSTON (UP) An tSAnt
minator comnany In the Wesofat
LL, SMkwhuk',1bDle KIhftim& Ynd has a hus signabove Its B.t
-. .-.indoor reading: "We're in bus ns l ar r
to make a killing." fil .mgi...We

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own To. Is prved=
...stand by to asset n.. itN W .t st ,r -of. ., MA .t. ..s Inthe
-n..tm"porary char.cteir.' W Modw b .
Sr issued a tatem t Itditing he had 1eis ath e -coun on I a feasof It is tessen-
been unable to break down Dewey'resist-ace to taking eluded n the LM network of N eal tal b woreb
a formal cabinet post in the new Republicafit administro- ar routes. XLM'a twice-weekly day on the Panama Uner Cristo- ble tr adequate living
OL ,' fli g ht from Am sterdam to RID W-.. v. ndKal:tt:.. ft., p olving
de Jaero, Montevideo and e- the Canal employees o -pe l o
Nevertheless, the President-elect sold, in spite of his nos Alres a service wh is hon the B.S. Cristobal tiosBin p .
reccu U* Wito hi. k 95 i. "mor of New York fprated ith Douglas C- for l an teU ble, eit what ii ota a
Pew I.l w e.t.pdd ..to t.. .....Z... and Mrs. I at military
yW n 'll(as o to .- m ge a whoeverr fOCeS- Bantiago the capital of Chile, y. The com ad- forms lnot. It is there-
LIoWy-fo tn liy the utuiSum Barber; Miss Nor- that It suort freedom in other
sry for onhttion d adie for any future work e tva rount en to nO 8 liso fore na
otoun emergency or temporary character. call at Frankfurt. Geneva and ma-Marle Olappa: Miss Marion aalos i er freedom still
*In view of his great capabill- away to discuss the "problear roDC-6B aircraft e- by ada Hen Mean Ehman lives." broadcast Ela-
anOIi srAt erinceausahe K tip." y TeDC- a f by daughter; Ml Mary 0. Rykes: elswber fa 40 broadcast Elm-
d uusul as a of hsLM on the south Ameritrpute Miss Jeat te Mrs. Alice p. nho
unlc servant, t p because he 'b e esdewt-elet hs ate extremely comfortable. being Ourdon; Miss Dorothy Z. Hu-_
one of the Republican party's been eenerned with gecurenaty Fu with SleepAirs (a a an, Mi ssbil R. HeMhit iK. Pt lee Ue only when
uttanding leas, Governor sand ether arrangespments and of r ee chair) as well as, bds Ada Joy; Ml Maia E. l irA thei to hear L
"way' b lity m ore "Mbh ~90et frodie- the fr- and -. d; and Mq. Beatr.aee toer- hav |
an grAlXatli to me. Etaei.n mer GO? Psidential candi d dad hter. a them
shower a od. .ate, h e went to the battle. The dO.ceit fromAhCrda issV l M l: r. ,hmf j mte
Dewey. tppng oft at. Eisen- rt hi elfaa in l to a e tr u S ~ rl Mris ue r: a t li. i be r ema to
nfower's request o a flight from Dewey denied sculatlon he m- tly a third ot the ir-p'.t;uBa-er;M-Nr ha i
-New York to a Florida vaation would &acoipany Eisenhower Cmoene t. Motrie: ir and Mrs. O l i t e or them to "
conerred with the Prdent- to the Fa East or that e would Th w air conpcti .Ban6i ard P. Morin and so. ; s. 1boloa
lect at his own vacation head- make any specific recommenda- that $1 cities In 65 countries are and Mrs. Lawrence a. 8 4f -The- Aktorlustrate this
quarters in a cottage t the Uona about the trip." low udd .e 2,O 'nil andM aend s.on .O Qu t evan Mman of mn me
Auguta National golt .lub. ut, he 'ad he did have netwo. rM. routes h be ma n Mis ra Ray-kwlin mt. de -' "I..to 1 uply
*e ferpo. esMaw "mOW I aua the journey t w. a.Mo -thaobd ciy- e ande Mr. der.etF. W. iathtd. Vrer tr t ; i.ta the a o Ip-
ab eres he sawthe e o1m a a re accessible and MBsr EdneaC. Sicrer. e, rnsed. reno -e.1Jne.id tIck
o..Hal er 1111%1e Pje"6n-: whieh heo Wpr t o pa r, uci -to r dw the Unied N ion_ I W_. WWressed. iot S ,
y gfj, a" "j~.'~y~,~~~;to tb~e y-ek. ".te s..hnia.t." Walter T. Bohapow; Miss V16- to lay aa ate told
i* e mp ? t ma t Tale, New 1-- o tern.. ---- let Schulahsky "Mrs. Ruth ea-t them."
caN et pet and ih ri dedlot M a to . aer nad son: Mrs. Evangeline Governor m of
aimn g peao eorp- awayo f la pa iROE e utw ft C edy -thefr Smiley; Morris B. Smouse; Miss Illinois whom nhoteP reat-
t h oe y.an a wed- tionaMtrg Aos -nton thie asiaticol Irma Snyder: Mrs. Olive Sweat ed fowr the Po tehood him
i 'i m.maiand. ... "a i "e De Mr. e and Mrs. Charles S. tn the broadIb .h.4 o-
aThen, ,a 'tT ho talked An d, wtas a vr M Claire -oihimae: oratic -and
of Wo oraet 9ret- wu r ed are aortee m atteM P S .atha p. Tanlerclo: !Mf. should A M' opi outh
era at ethdt %f Hotel not fr aon w ll reqwre quite somi and Mt ltohn L. Whigam; Will- tian pl r er
.leenhot to re o te head rind. and Mrs. George S. Young. t only assured by the w e
. o-Itoe' 1*f oi,,e+,where=, rtOoe (UC"t. ollh ;n p TM-n tS mST ~l-s H.d W -----h--and W.a thle-
era to report- ef s "neao" he 44d iAnndrs fee.
if~fe, f*zvy, eblVptiX her 5th lr aCiscusiQL WITh1hOairt O PARIS.- Nav. 15 (USIS)-A call f_____e______
birthy *i, In te &ou ba", r tn1 'He' for the i uobiliatiaon of thetowi
Dewey dining to comment publicanl vemin Seem oin- ngrert spiritual resources of
elf the eating, invited dcate the advent of a ,le. nemisI Chest Mie Oe
to eo ters ex.reise renetE Lases- vicek po Abeelresident Sir Sarva-peeid
hower's pIew secretary, James H ee r a palo Radeakrishnan. the new OR. |M fa
i. Hagerty, read-the President- hope .the pa_, cat clin to i president of the United NationsT on ay 1T Avoid
elect's staterrent because "it baan o1 in 1 duaona Scdentifec a d Cul-th sec tio n, o the Ut
n interest sentence or two ssn otei denies to e 1 )f glaal Sinfc an ul $1 fo. at a
: =on.s sene l t -o ...r..roie .... tW turalOrganization conference.
Hlagerty revd the brief docu- hiemmstretlmn -n. e "neped to eTe ilosophewr statemans i
t cor. rI to pe wer, .ey _si d he elated to t two-year term Wed- Canal Zone Community Chest
n 't e corpS. glW snb mowre hadn two nesday, Is the first representa- collections stood at $15,07.13 (By United Press)
Sturse1 Aotr tol e .ye s oe m ore thie rtw ve of san eastern nation to late yesterday following receipt
cal r r-Ihhold the Uhesco, post. of $2,030.7B from 15th Naval The owners of a neighborhood
c ont f n a n. e The avoenth annual Unesco District donors. hmovi hl'e 'ein Columbuys Ohio
i c u Ine- bed. co.seTra cerence Is being attended by a there6 "definitely pleased"
ot soveor of NeWmy word not t organization's 65 mere- L. M. Brockman, chairman of with the results of an experiment.
r ahw soAi. b-oorear c 'o e told repor ons. the Chest board, Taid that But Uncle Sam's tax collector
the ree, 1 e0. o p bt erence, elected to vi tber. substantial Increases su l rol blysn't ao happy about it.
t t for three nt i predentlal postdetes m wre expected s4 a result of col- ZLee Hohelamer and Albert Su.
i ., J, Ssstat ,nada, Mexico. Italy. klatn, eloMs by other large agencies. ,armn have stopped selllzg
.,f PnI, -? ted Kingdorm. Federal be- Among thoe stll to report were tiet to their movtehouse. near
ddZIoSw m 1f his t u il of Oermany, Liberia. By- the. U. E Army Caribbea more the Ohio State University cam.
^ declol on hislid ri, noe -and OQmece. than ten sizeable Canala ogan- Ps. Yrou tm nSt In for nothing,
.uto-l111iB sated .as chairman of, isations, and apolumtey Then, Iff you wish. you may drop
..cseer cmn ftMeen were .tmsothfrds of the Local Bai eontibutomt into a prominent
swoonRind- Id ly displayed tishbowl,
A)n UB d fganzatmna aref BB. tadmisailo. Yor* tin the
Sthe), Japan Ing received. Latest choek to thestel a preset.And there" unog
S- ey (reports reach Obest headquarten.as 20 per ent federal amusement
be;L 1110 ar ember" nations). Balboa was a $25.00 gift from tax to be paid .on what you give.
--Afr wnnB VinaBiaE t*Ipzpvet We Gre*Ienay the Pacific side Inter-American The experiment started last
MD, wMtiMr hi from IoLwnd Sargeant, us Wbnmen's Club. Brockman re- night. The house used to collect
100 la ttenoy to IMi As fnai Bere ts Sftte ,_ ported. 40 cents each from adults and 20
din Z Bee t al of. Sl pdt._kr__sh- ----- cents from children. The average
*- d~oiscf~otft-^ m Kla~i u~ot^SM Lodae! n^an echoed the Ameriean's view tram the first showing last nigh
peet farif l that "the third world war can 'en Mighty Enough 2as 2 cents apiece, from chg-
'wen dlstkatW .,._ T( Was not Ikdlcated. whether be avoided. dren and adults. And the house
i .n t f t a presse L ia e Lwodle oici "i b'eeve this too," the new FRESNO, Calif. (UP)- The was jammed.
S ibi.? 10 AienhoWer here feors. h- president said. "If another' war pen may be mightier than the
at ti j cannot be avoided, then Unesco sword, but Judge Philip Conley Hofhelmer says hell maintain
eay Wan p,'e. o S" M-Ml 'Ian e ir has failed." does not believe It in quite "Il- the "free movies" policy as long "
'lW S capitan.I He said developments in ma" as a gun. Conley teo"d is It pays off. He also reports
.or t Ihalt both science had removed most of the John Smith vind Cleo P r ft e there were relatively few free-
ear WO iCCOMJ0 I .5wothe reasons lor Obstacles in the path guilty of second rather than loaders. As lie puts it-"We sin-
leaI O PJi.t e locations for member- used a pen and pencil, Simula- people are honest.",
tu,' l^Sjt : *- " -'' ship of ubyas, NaPel and Spain ted u tuns, to rob c Fresno e
ktwo 2. sa, 0 Nw WXT*R ErOtJUP O re currently being considered. man.- -baFe
Im ari4ve&- _h__rd' '


MOROCCO AND SPAIN LINKED BY URANiUM-The dot
line on the Newarfap above shows areo in Spain r-- Moroc
where deposits of uranium ore laVbe en found, i finds
the stuff that makes atom bombs lave been found in the Strait
Gibraltar, and zeuneriteL a uranium rw, has been found in i
Grsnada-LoJa area. According to-a Uekran technician, the Span
Sierras Nevada Mountains hold large dlepoits of radioactive m
tariaL In Morocco the areas around. Leache, Pettljean, and furth
south in the Atlas Mountains and nar Ouarzazate all conlt
adidaetive minerals. The Colomb-Beelhar region abounds
similar metals and an American geologist thinks that the Tin
moun area also contains many such minerals.,


Moher, 8 CMidren
SSmothered In Beds
WESTPORT, Mass.. Nov. 15-
(UP) A mother and eight of
her 10 children suffocated in.
their beds before firemen could
- extinguish the smoky fire that
swept their seven-room home
last night.
The mother was identified o f
Mrs. Mary Audet, 45 and the
children ranged in ages from
three to 17 years.
The bodies were discovered In
four second-floor bedrooms b&
firemen. The blaze is believed to
have started in an .overheated
stove that scorched the kitchen
and first-floor livin room, but"
was put out before It spread to.
the second floor.
Police chief Charles Deanaid
that none of the bodies wa.
burned but all apparently suf-'
focated in the thick smoke that
poured up from below.
nm Alladin Audet, father of thd"
family and his young son. were..
I at work on the night shift at -
nearby Fall River Textile Mill at
the time of the fire but Wrge
called immediately to the scent"_
Neither broke down but silent,-
ted ly each surveyed the scene of te,
cco grim holocaust.
of Besides the eight children who
of died and the young son who w&t
the away at work with his father
Ish only one member of the famfll.
hg- remains. She Is the Audet's mar. -
hicr ried daughter who lives in an .
in' other town. *
in
ni. Aluminum has a meltlnI'"
point of 659.7 degrees centi-
grade.


PRE INVENTORY SALE
THRUi NOVEMBER 30th
regular SALE


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flat enamel for concrete, woodwork, furniture, etc. ....$6.00

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IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
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HOLLYWOOD. INEA, Holly-, -If I told him I was 29. he
wood on the Record. would have automatically assumn-
Anne Baxter: 1I nave a whole ed I was at least 35."
wardrobe of hats for my moods. Dana Andrews, about all the
- You can be anybody\ in a hat v nine Irene Dunne does in the
And do you know wnat I do when cpemina and closing moments of
I find a woman at a party wear-, her TV series:
ing the same dress as mine? I '-First it was talkies. Now It's
look her over and see who looks .,:alkies "
better. If she looks better than I Film writer Oliver Crawford's
do, I go home." definition of home: "Where you
Lionel Barrymore: "Old age is cnn scratch any place that Itch-
the period when men pay more'e- '
attention to their food than they: Rand leader Frank de Vol. a-
do to the waitress." butit an opinionated movie doll:
Lana Turner. in a national ma- *-There are two sides to every
gazine. about her future: "From question-her side and the wrong
now on I'm interested In one per-; ide."
son-and that's Lana Turner Rand.v Stuart television's Mrs.
Karl Freund. ace cameraman Bitl: Baker. about her name:
now filming the "I Love Lucy" I uas Bettyv Shaubell and they
and "Our Miss Brooks" TV shows: p.Iae me my new name when I
"Television has taught movie v.,. picked as the hubba-hubba
stars to be on time. In 45 years I':irl on Jack Carson's radio pro-
r,ever knew an actor or actresspcr.m It's a Pood name as names
who was on time-until I landed no Only trouble is I keep get-
in television." tin, pll of Randv Scott's fan
Kar" Malden, on the set of "I' r "
Confess":
"The worst thins that can hap- ....--...
ien to an actor Is to become sat .
isfied. If he doesn't keep reach-
ing, he's on his way to becoming
a dead pigeon."
Jane Wyman, about her new- i
found singing success:
"I was scared to death at first I
I don't read music and I learn;
the songs by ear. Then 1 remem-
bered Bing Crosby does the same
thing. I felt fine and I stopped'
worrying."


THANKS FOR REALISM
Esther Williams, when told
Charlotte Greenwood would play
ner mother in "Dangerous When
Set":
"At last they've cast an actress
as my mother who looks as if she
could have given birth to me."
Fred Allen, about his career:
"When I appear on television,
the audience rushes to the mov-
ies. When I'm in the movies, they
rush out of the theaters and back
home to television. I keep the
American people in constant mo-
tion."
Jeff Donnell. about marriage
plans with Aldo Ray:
"We're just the dearest friends.
I'm devoted to him. I can't deny
tnat, but I'm not thinking of
carrying again. Besides, I'm
planning to go to New York for a
ycar."
Irene Ryan, comedienne, about
* movie contract she was offered:
"There was only one thing
wrong with it. The first clause
forbade me to read the rest of
the contract."
Dorothy Dandrldge, to the
*Isn't she just like Lena Horne?"
Qanestion:
: "I'm lucky to be compared with'
her. but it isn't really fair to ei-
ther of us. She's been practicing
her craft for 15 years. I'm a new-
comer. I have to suffer by com-
parison "
Lawrence Tierney, in a letter
frcm New York to a Hollywood
'W a fnriy having kids stop
you on the streets for autographs
when you're wondering what the:
hell you're going to do next."
STALE AND WARM
Director Russell Rouse. to Ray
Mllland and Rita Garn while di-
recting "The Thief":
"This is a different kind of
movie love scene. I want you to
plav It not as If you were making
lov over two classes of cham-1
page, but over two half-filled
mugs of stale, warm beer."
Adrian Booth, after she told a
movie producer she was 33 al-
though she's much younger:

CHRIS -ELKIN Planteew


BUNTING HUNTING--Al-
though the coronation of Queen
Elizabeth II is many months
away, preparations go forward
every day Here workmen sus-
pend a banner from a lamp post
opposite London's St. Pancreas
Hall. Similar decorations were,
put up elsewhere in the area,
after which officials looked them
all over and chose the "official"
banner for the event.


HIT B'7 INFLATION-A prime example of how inflation gives
the taxpayers less for their money is symbolized by the SS Old
Domiinion Mariner, above. It is one of a fleet of "Mariner" ships
being built for the government to replace the oJd Liberty and
Victory ships of World War II. In 1950 Congress appropriated
$350,000,000 to provide 50 such ships at $7,000,000 apiece. But
today-two inflation years later-the average contract price foa.
the first 25 Mariner ships is $8,500,000 and the cost per ship wift
have risen to nearly $10,000,000 apiece before the last one is com-
pleted in 1954.1 So the V. S. will get only 35 Mariners instead
\ of the desired 50..


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Institution Guaranteed by the State

Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savings Accounts


INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00


We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities.


CHRISTMAS SAVINGS

25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00

deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.

Individual safety deposit boxes, for Jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.


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L 4rP /,. 43.521

M nOWA" t 'ehday fl kTARMBD ON GOLD COAST and Mrs. Elmer Stern.
O M.,. ov. G n l rd H fr..lVnils tNooan. of Washington. D.C., was the over- Catholic Daughter B ing Party
Ml give A elt *Ds l be held on e y nlght. gaest o Captar and Mrs. Peter Duncan, of Cristobal The Catholc Daughter
at the N.Oflsemu- Ch at tl Na an st Ro n at the home o-Mr. and Th America, Court Our Lady of te
e of the Offces of i wich iV rIes P. dM&rga Wt B C allid ,Mirs, Dutean entertained with a buffet sup- Miraculous Medal No. 874 will
Mil T l at oisi. te Jt r to h:oCar thpatn Haest. rl hold a elephant bingo parw o
k" .e6..rnvted t shea a tor were: Captain Harold T. Long- November 17 at the Parisba
'. T r Clb T Met Mi more, president oft the Pilots' Association, from Balboa, and at 730 p.m. Admission i
Save For CotaBls t t g est at tPr Wednes- Cl t et u Mr L gore, wih' ain and Mrs. Hector Grant, Captain cents per person. Theroc
PtasadeMnt fL M.W:~wjaae7,r Wit Unl be thI of t L and Mnr. Willia W&a Captain and Mrs. Robert A. Allen, will go to charty. Ad o
aton nd M Edgar IeE- Cl.ga Wi be pla- ts regular dinnrft-meetig Captain and Mrs. Frank G. MeGlllberry, Captain and Mrs. may be pad at the door, or tic
brt left the Isthmus yesterday eee on e Monday at 6:30 p.m. ItnBlahop Carter Hoaiton. kets may be obtained frpm
s. cdtObethl membersy
by plane for Ban Jose, Cost R ibiMorisHylbe made byM. m nio
here igu seats atHotel S;la de Mrs. FPesrr Hotes To An interesting Hawaiian pro- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
a .8-2-0072; or Club Mrs. Crrie Leaves' Les of VP-5 grama being prepared.est of Webster
aThey rere MCWomp4E ,Headqupaters. FoMrs father urrie of Gambo Mrs. T. R. Perry, wife Of Corn- Mamr ee Mrs Rymond Raph
Pi T" lytieS He~ld___ s. Ether Curtte of Gamboa 'H wnder Perry theg.ommandS Atlantic Camera Club Meeting and MrsR ond Ralph,
Drh.-?TYe or m.e Ditrict left the Isthmus recent for Offier I S adron --5,. o The regular meeting of the of Gatun, who are leaving in
Dr..Tejodora Arl.s 660 left the Isthmus recentlyforo
r. TreiO a the District Dinner Ung usday the U itaqd's cstatesa a- o aeion of The regular meeting Of the the
a Treasured e of theD For Writer's Group the re se will the Coco SoO Nava station, Atlantic Camera Club will be the near future have given up
new Bab Ao Club. Cahe Wrer's ranoup of the nation for several weeks with hostess for a o held Mondayat the A. W. C. their qurtrs and ar the
Canal Zone Branch of the N- e fee given at the Offes Club Building, at 7:30 p.m. e of Mr. and Mrs.
New. Of logmer Beaients tonal League of American Penl o for the Squadron Ladle, and a Mr. M. K. Bailey will show his Wester in Oatun.
Mrs. B, A. -etman of a- omen will old Its regular Cake ale Tomorrowb hld few friends. colored slides of the trip through _
boa has received news ot the lner-meeting on. Tuesday at A Cake sale will be held Sun- he.male through Central Amer- U '
Recent. an go 0. 30pi.inthe Att Gle day nin at 9: n. i Mrs. J. F. Crider presided at ile' h Mr. Luke Paliumbo and SIt. Pr W
reaentd of bnr Bsn-glW mad ,of the Hotel Tivo Juvenib front of Cristo Rey Church In. the coffee service and was as-M Walter Reeves. u u
dm Th t "er aton-i law and e d Short-short writingwill be Vista del Mar for the benefit sisted by Mrs. A. P. Anderson. hre will be the monthly Anntl Ha ma
lde o lnlC ane die ssedf and members are ask- of llo tde Nuestra Befora The guests included: Mks. W. D. colornf slide competition. The IV3 niI
iden Clahane. led t to btg manuscripts in this Cnsas Piled. King, Mrs. H. E. Schmidt, Mrs. subject is "Animals." This in-
Mrs n. CT t*oe1 L r I ble. Any other in- E. M. Scott and her houseguest, eludes insects and reptiles, any etvl T
S i1y their two women areinvited A e l.,thion To Close Mrs. Maude Scott, of Dallas, types found In the Republic and
dCont ilC daan S with the en attend. ~ c .Art Elbition Tex, Mrs. RI. Gornik and her Zone. Guests are always wel-
lontary A ahane withte For reservations telephone w lorroevenng and mother Mrs. Goether, Mrs. co at these meetings. The annul harvest festival
ary A to te A MIss Mabel ShAffer, 83-5290; It is qeste d that exhibits e F. Barlow, Mrs. Boston, will take place at St. r'
roa attached to the Amert-Mrs. Bruce Lamb, 28-3-2927 or taken down that evening be- Mrs. C. A. Cain, Mrs. 0. W. Ditt- M Walstrom church. La Boca, tomohow
can y the. Mrs. Wiiam T. Baley, 2-6315 tween 7:30 and 10:00 p.m. man, Mrs. H. M. Durham, Mrs. Ea Route To Iowa marked by choral communion
Saaha i the former y P. D. Fitzgerald. Mrs. R. K. Gif. Mrs. J. B. Walstrom, who has at 7 a. m. as the principaler-
p Hotel TvojiJ da* fin, Mrs. E. A. Hall, Mrs. G. I, been making her home with her vice for th. day.
.. CTo Celebrate Thankbgivlng IlUfll ID vIOl Hendrlcksen. Mrs. H. R. Hlitch- son. and daughter-in-law, Mr. Besides beln? celebrant, as-
TmiEhk n ithakIoing luncheon an f cock, Mrs. R. S Hunt, Mrs. RI and. Mrs. B. Donald Humphrey, listed by Rev. John S. Motif-
s l c d dinIer-*l ll be sTrved at the Ti- Iiw 'tD. Kunkle, Mrs. M. Irwin. Mrs. of New Cristobal, sailed yester- fe. the Venerable John- .
Su Rous Tirda, No- tl M EA oI W AiTONO GONDOLA the Panamanno R. D. Groenveld, Mrs. C. R Hal- dayon-the "Cristobal" to make Towsend, Archdeacon of Co-
th s outh a:0 .. f e ANTO GONDOLA thi ft nam ian cowboy from re lengren, Mrs. F. W. Lee, Mrs. her me with another son and omba, wil deliver th -
aeve s to a and from A de Dloe, who was seriously gored in the arm by a bull, is about Netr, Mrs. L. A. Snead, Mrs. dr-in-aw, Mr. and Mrs. giving sermon at the eu t,
h/ M. frm-O:Ow verr1..%nduftom-i.n
e E r. 8 .3 ; Sti. j to enter the Bomberos' amulance in Colon after having been L. E. Souders. Mrs. E. M. Stein, .;L Humphrey, at her for- In connection with the. ob-
^- 8 t + aru now be in .flown from the Atlantic .ist village in-a-mercy mislon per- Mrs. R. G. Stiles, Mrs. G. A. Wil- in pme in Fort Dodge, lows. servance, a church school aer-
eted. o BANGKt N a nowo 5 () formed by a helicopter of the 1st Air Rescue Squadron, US Air sonMrs.J. R. Wolfersberger m.. ge owavice will e el
AJe aetS Thaand enacted-an ptI-Com Force. With Gondola is Capt. William J. oopes, 1st ARS. light and Mrs. C. A. Anderson. heiS.e Celebrates Duffle at 3 D .m,. during wire rt
ccs th tlt o r hrty Toni.ht anist law today afternembers Surgeon. Pilot of the 'copter was,Capt. Alvin D.. Allenr.-andMrs. y Anniversary the pupils will render a-g ort
He da, No The Gamboa Woman's Club sto of U Ve National Astenibly heard L Mr. and Mrs. Bas Whte,son of Mr. and ram and present t
d la The sponsoring a card party at 7:30 charges that Russia and Red I Stopping At Hotel Washington -'Tracy White, of Gatun, the altar.
ber A.m. at the Oaboa Civic en. Cna were involved in a plot to SOni Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Baas, ce ted his sixth anniversa- Vesr.rs at7:30 m. will .ve
daa r flrTketes ay be obtained ovhrow the Thai government. formerly of Brazos Heights ar a party at his home Rev. McDufie as officiant and
Mr. B.om=ng- oIvbr, he lnoIguests at the Hotel Washing- ay afternoon. preacher.
from members. n. Phao Sriyanoud. deputy Ton.usualHharvestvedeoby'the
n Interior Minister and police af ton. Mr. Baas arrived on the an The usual harvest sa by the
Metin Doeto Wives Bridge ToMnament chief, said in proposing the bill UI Inn u A cn c sthmus by plane Thursday The ground floor of the resi- Women's Auxilia will be -
eetlmg Doctors W e TeMonday Eentg tHat conderfesBahaons made byA persons [ U UCI from Caracas and will leave dence was decorated with bal- ducted in the arish hall .
Lunheon Clb The regular weekly bridge netted in the recent police l. the Isthmus in a week. Mrs. looU and pastel streamers, and m. Monday.
i ohe ct Wives Club tournament will be held on roundup showed the overthrow --- o Baas and the children will sail the 'thre-tered birthday cake NEVER GOT ANYWH
w held rt ty at the Fort Monday venng in the Card of Thailand's constitution a Rafae Fusoni, Director of the ration with the Ministry of In- on the 24th to resde n aracas wn he adln paste pc SAUGERTIES, N. -
Clayton Ofir Club. trum ostees Room Hotel T at p.m. 31onarchy had been set or United Nations Inforraton formatl6on of the British Gov- Bon Voyage Luncheon on the different tiers. hen Joh Lowther retired
were M. I J. trum Mr. C m. enter In'Mekco, Is scheduled to ernment, Fusoni was author and For Mrs. Muus The guests were: Carol La- ter 31 years as a letter
Meadows, M. T. J. Bouland, Meetin Monday win it was nn arrive at Tocuen Airport Mom- commentator of a number of Mrs. John Sterrett was hos- Croix, Beverly Gorman, Linda 1000 miles witi he had it
and J. T. Henry. r Leaf Chapter will hold Rsia should be the first oda nit from the Dominican documentary films exhibited in tess for a luncheon given at her Brundage, Norine and Andrew 160000 mles with th
embers and guests atted- a special meeting on Mdnday torecognize thenewCoi epub for a series of lectures Latin America. Among these home-in Cristobal, Thursday to Metzgar, Coralle, Loretta a n d of this Hudson Valley
lg5s hludedMr. W. T. afey, ato 7:30e 0 .m. Thesu tutere t en ment i c- here under the ausplees .of the were 'London it 1940" and "La- honor Mrs. Einar Muus, her Joe Marcum, Marilyn Roth, Val- e talent to six and one-al
Ilffphen J. Bealr Mr t ex fy the -degrees. Re- coeed Baha'i community of Panama. tin Ameicanfs in Great Britain." mother, who is sailing Tuesday erie Spivey, Edna Mae Forsythe, times around the world.
i _na, .A, C ok, freshmenilf be served lol- t d Flusoni has been -.invlted to which achieved considerable suc- for her home in San Francisco, Tommy Tobin, Bill H a t tin g,
&o- .-. thme.tiug. Thegeneral said the plans ,-- ..eak next Thursd^y-&S:,. can on the.continent. California.JackeadBobbeAldrichl-
._ r,p a ed for the masaination a f.r at e National nelleriety--ad In late 1049, Us nle divided-his ',Theg guests included: Mrs. lie Joe Baldwin, Henry Shirk
eCaTsdWw Night government officials atid 1 -iday at .8:00 p.m. -at the-ial- activities/between t'u BBC and JbIles Lusky, Mrs. A. H. Spring- and Billy's sister Claire.
t p o vernmet ofe kilnbg, wh wo o YMCA In the Canfl Zo9. the Preparation Committee of thorp, Mrs. Leonard Hart, Mrs. Mrs. White was assisted by .

.Th details weredcdede son-nthe o t east Mead o o h in- fy Man ars a-a has been visiting n 1 Clb o Meet
ecent -p -- r- ifthe P;esl Diloz. aq br son-in-law sndc dAughter-With Nifts. Raiders
S,.rhUe L Pt4 w-tfA rcMdeflnlt.e 'otlt'f ic rward he beedr am for the past three months, and The Gatun Star Club will meet
S% ho te o et e a r 4 n lndf t ector of UN Information in was here for the birth of her Tuesday with Mrs. William Bad-
am .. tansern e vte r-o America, Mexit ld-he ae- Ltieo for this region., grandson. ders at House 269 Barro Colo-
8W te bhe .Lttth tg O rty .... TLuson oh atravelled. extensive- w nrod Circle, Oatun. Co-hostesses
NoT, pie and teed te or coffeane wila 3) Forthe.i a .-d tfar andWes rse British e o the tal ester emisphee build Tea will be held a week F. Giristobal wbson.
.rs C. P. The 1" hasU a. f fated shepn ves. of U ii s countries and a majority of the from today at the Strangers
ar ie". d f t t will be nclud Violath of the newonow e W4 e Pacific Coast. He began his cal countries In Europe while a c Club. All Atlantic Sin residents wMray Hostess.
.uh v e4 of aao r raimingoater wyt UP in 19o22 and after respondent for such mportante invite to Republic and is a one Therot and the dark horse
the imptransferrnt. Itf private vro- working with that n ow adaeny LationAmericannewspapers as bringing two new article present went toba Rebekah Clubraig.
kefTin,-o-. a conaatIft Of-rty to the state witllut cor- for many ears, hie became di-a s Naclon" of Santisao, n 'l clothing or necessary bedding met at the home Mrs. Wpresenti-
ot hamandwiches home ade ensatlon: rer of the Publ arti. Infor p-aton Ttempo" of Bogota, and La Ca-towels etc. liam Wryoberta Crandistobal wMrs. FredI t h
SA'A, pie and-ed tea or. cffee will' 3) Forcig a dpdW t pei er. the British Broadcaby thet- pital o RosarMrs. Frank sites Mrs.io.
.fla. "ye be available- a moeNerton-.Prdes.ss song to.tleo*de .P'ec.. t LaAtin Amercn iss E urner as co-hostess.lnM
S e Pa. lre o D-- l.- t. n. rotary of the National S ritual Nations. Miss Marsella worked The game pe fo, Mrs. r the eve-, I
Si. D. 39)*- . 'Violations of the' new lawi e Whie witbh 111, the inform& Baha'i Assembly of Central A- with the U.S. Embassy in the Do- ning was won by Mrs. Semon i -
uu 11 ihable by texn five year tc tieo 'exprt rote "Chroniole of merica, will ilso speak on the n minical Republic and Is a plone- Theriot and the dark h o r s e
...." crimes' against the azttl-Comu- shows, incding "La'Perricholl"'plishments with non-govern- Assembly there. ai~ober t s r obin, Mrs. -red
Csluj)." ptc law. and "Jose- BanMartin." In coop- r.nentai agencies of the United ",The International Bia ba Roberta Crandall, Mrs. Fred



under the chalrmapshlp of Mrs. STOCKHOLM. Nov. 15 (USIS)
MCurray lIr e -Swedish authorities today are StE THEM NOW
Holldaty- II..- for t h e .onelfls request for polut-
Club's .lsoet"e 18h sal an aa-edot tol USE OUR rCHRIST PUT HIS CHURCH IN THE WORLD, AND SATAN SEEKS TO
cusned.g -sadp e 'sh.EASCREeoDIT AN PUT THE WORLD IN THE CHURCH."
hs e qm r o f. l to ta g -rst. ,eg he e d. E ASY CREDIT PLAN a s
fate b FIRST BAPoTIST CHURCH
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rMr t h. t ht r te g ols Junior Chair......SenIor Choir I Peter 1:M -20
Mrs"u.t' sttln'e pa eat eo ete atit r CHILDREN'S CHAPEL (ages s-u)
Si. ed to.in makeP his break for o 6:30 p.m.-Baptist Training Union.
Don't worry t that 7:30 p.m.-WHEN ISRAEL RECEIVES HER MESSIAH.
a el first gray strand! Let it be RevelatIon 7
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4f, f lew \e signal to you to take actio .B EVERYBODY WELCOME NURSERY PROVIDED
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PAGE Sx_ THE PANAMA AMERICAN -- AN INDESPUNDNT DA!.T NEWPAWtBpwu M, tU Sb.NOVIBIEg 'i,
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You Sell 'em...When You Tell 'em thru P.A. Classifieds!
Leae son. Ad ith one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street- Panama or P S enate -L p
No. 12,179 Central Avc. Coln
.n WASHINGTON, Nov. iw'() Rep-"es nti veS. r
Le" is Service Salon de Belleza Americano Carlton Drug Store -Sen.ir -aRepr e n m us -
Califori put In JarbkJ. "-- .
No 4 Tivoli A'e -Plione 2-2291 ana No. 55 West 12th Street 10.059 Melindez Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n for the pa t of- ein- T.. "
ate lader To- Make TrMOp Throuh
PropagandaS.A. Minimum for 12 words. sof NeowMamht derad o..he
rri.n. Agencia Internaciza Phonal de Publicaciones treecorner tudiar.te St. 3c. each additi word. job.r job -
p Foir,'h f ii,, Alc-Pnore '--1 No 3 Lot.err Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798 But Knowland told a news An opportunity to make a Repre.aelinotvtt liv i -
conierence he wil_ support f t-hand observation of the Ca-R. Howa, -
..wants to remain as GOP leader. will be made avalable for the t o ti
Brd ge has -said he Will cOon-i of 11 mmbe of the te a
FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS CUIMMERCIAL & n Int he p o fly i" Itft in=Of t' tentativee o tu
ORsnecor, o head on; as intra- thetr familleg wie will azrrve tees No was fisatlected
yuold Ankeu dlkiq g pmrblsa Phillips. Oceanside cottages, Santo PROFESSIONAL pas t head oft. fntatr es ..e te*s n.... eoar n s
H .........Write Algshelilen Aemyenus. iel Clara. Box 435. Balboa. Phone Knowand's announcement of A v Mlt, t? hrglea Le a tI Repruentatvetrd Mrs. Chis.
P" O,,,.r,.. E FREE! FREE'! 2031 -- Ance Z. Panama.. 1877. Cnstobal 3-1673. bhis candidacy rased the poe- plannll for Wednesd Mday, mrWovero A mtlde.'
L .. .1., *n f r. ~oAll DR WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. Casino Santo Clara. Dance music by RATS ability of a thre-ay rce. a. e a t
Sr. ...E STUDEBAKER OWNERS Eoudionte Street No. 140. Be- Casino Aces. No reservations no- RATSare hiaps between the Califor a, man e a "trip throuKt o serves on t t a--
l Fo No, l f, thru Nov. 22nd. tweer K" and "J" street. Phone cssary, Saturday and Sunday. EPENSI OUS. en. evett ia to-. Thud mnemr F oren ni
S" -_-. -udebokcr ,ill B e Greased and 2-3479. Panama. IF YOU RALLy WANT stall of Miusachusett. Ct ai e: U Rep.
cCuIeAL" comC,, be. "", tE' %C.ean-. Sunda
LLm .m:r 0,oriloltIv iipected free of charge Experienced typewriter repair man Fornished houses On Beach at Snt TO th eI OM a S d mnf Welker (R- a.) h AnC ton m5
rl cndorn. 'e .s.r our shop and Display room. offers services home or office. Call Clara. Phone Shrapnel. Balboa also has advanced Sen. Andrew A comn lte Iat' of the group e reaentativmh*vd
I.,r. B.-ar.n r ACENCIAS PAN AMERICANAS. Tel. 3-1081. work guaranteed. 2820, or see Caretaker there. B Shleppel of Kanias as a pos nd a t mma f t P. aee
,O nA'. AarI,'ElCr, rS AaCdonre-, S.A. sble "dark hors" f Bdd ge ds oL um o the arena, rew.u
.:'r. A.., ~.~~(Below El Ranchol Specal THANKSGIVIN and FOOT- Gramlich Santo Clara beach A R F R IN S.ps down. Welktr said Shof- ardsaof the House membersb1- nctict.
S- BALL FLIGHT to MIAMI. Round cottages. Electric Ice boxes, gas otm
FO E -Le, -. 2-0825 Box 4 Trip only $100. Leaving Nov. 27. stoves, moderate rates. Telephone Rat & Mouse Killer paul a L mn epresentatve and .. E. o b
Sell e ...R ALE -1952 Lincoln Hard Top returning Dec. 1. Contact Pn- 6-441 Gambo. 4-567 Pedro Mi- contains WR-F ) on the other side of the ae .Rosq Ad an d tir tw.f chil- CbiltteIe.o
Cop.r. Coupe._ dren ra'ole Ane5w,-ChSeinhTl.eguel. M.. .
'"col l r Cr. Coupe, hke new, only three a Dispatch Service. Tel. Pan eSen. Lyndon B. Johnop of dren Carlie Anh 1, tw lis- C A n
lab. i,,p 2P ,e n-..hs old. Wil accept tradein 1655 or R. J. Strss. Balboa 2596. R T F V I La n n Fort W in a
.hair',, rbd10 0;hE-O' ln' icing also available. Telephone FOR RENT E F. NO uVEY, INC. Texas appears virtuallv assured Rep r a"i d t.a in .
I 3 -h. 0orooro Ne Panama 2-4721 ask for Mr. Hen- Ti.ohi Taxi Servicp. Reliable Clean of election as Senate Democr>atic r e hdr af d otl the Soptoef R ape
"Cr-:bol riQueZ. or Auio-row No. 29 for a Cars Tel. 2-1677, Ancon, Canal Houses 279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140 Lader. a member of the Ve e ras At- tteld Congressional Mi
Zone,.n rot ionuZone fairs Committee. Re-was elected Congressonal .grop
FOR SALE --- r.oo. ENT: Unfurnished chcet OW111and declined to say to Co eM In 1950. Mn e
FOR SAnLE --3 e r b.b, Travel via "AREA," the Route of FOR RENT: Unfurnshedht whether he had pledges of sup- Repftentative and Mr. .Paul flow, Jath'
c,ng :r.l.r. be, r, 3:, DISCOUNT 0 the Good Neighbor" NO INCREASE in Las Cumbres. Two bedrooms, MODERN FURNITURE port from any other o6P sen- B. Daglue. of Downttown, MrI. Helen arWrT. a a-
r.b On Ae IN PRICES!'n..FREE MEALS AND independen mand sHroon. Comr ande VISITO -w.OO 0toi He said he expected to Pennoylvnla. He i e. friend of CoqnrDt.plni ai
CHRSLER & PLYMOUTH PARTS COCKTAILS!One.way to MIAMI. of Tanss.hman Hghwa on. discuss the leadership question and serves on the Judiciary C Howell.
OR- SALE Bedro... d,nngr.n, Oer $40.000.00 in Stock. $67.00.. NEW YORK, $111.00 L.s Andes Sur. S11p a e with Bridges during the next mittee. Rep. DRiue ha served I "
-i Innerna..on.1 Harer THE ONLY COMPLETELY EQUIPPED GUAYAQUIL $75.00... QUITOT fe t few diya. the 80th, 8Slt ard 2nd Cioareas.
geracm Gr. found oorS.:. ,, .- T HOP IN PANAMA $86.00 Round trip MIAMI._$120. FUK RENT "HERES" Knowland t ought It possible Representtive and Mrs.
rr. Telephone -i 2 To Servce Your Car 60..NEW YORK $208.60 .... the Senate GOP caucus might Thombas en, e.ent Cokf W. ..
ama .-.. AGENCIAS PANAMERICANAS. GUAYAQUIL, $135.00... QUI- apartments An Seow consult .With President-elect He h Ia Dem eat a d serve
FORB _ALItCombfor,,:n a- c roga S. A. TO. $154.80. L190EING 4-engrne ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS Tel. s Dwi hoit D. Eisenhower before on the PorlesraA. 4flee. .
eleciri r elrigcritor CWcle. IBelow El Ranchol planes. For more details see PAN- Two and five .m ma furnished andMak a choice. But he agreed ite, l e.Briln. v taltat
enera erl od id 082 B 428 *s AMA DISPATCH SERVICE. oppo- r fn ieroshed apara.sn.;with ridges it was likely electedth at CSon isM i
Ic' Geroll .hen Call LE 08 Sox e- site Ancon Busstop. Telephone 2- furnished apartments; trvate n- rnsprte Baxter S. A Elsenhower would "Intervene" 1942 ad hin s served ,atient Lo
FOC )F LE-1948 Studebaker Se- 1655. closed gardens. 8061. 10th Streetas.
AN Ear -c do cr good mor anc WSTieANK LDES. Epebeu New Cristobal Telephone Colon Shppng moving. ostoage. eBridgesKwand did Reui To ee veand Fr av
riotorir 25 c.ceDeLu oel d.,paid.,$4715. Phone Balba2WS AKD Eebay6Shpgnot'tLnk the post should necea- aler Peaa. of Toledo, Ohip.l PVeno~r yell ow. be fa.
5468-Bt.r2 Dabl L roe ... honeBl .-ersice conveniently available at We pack and crate aorr move sasg v o to a senator who favor-b isa.Indeleflet and ~a COI I O N tha
--. .g the GeneFl Bliss Cacoh Beauty FOR RENT i anything. 'Phone 2-2451, edftLenhower far President be- er og the Pest Office Ptn ivilee or establuni.eta
FOR SALE re FOR ALE -OR trade- 1940 Chev- Shop. 4-57. I fore the RepubRENTlican o eating Service committee. He wee elect-r g it
dreste r ihlies. char: j nle bed role ion Pick-up. Excellent i 2.2562, Panam
ond chif .-aer. eApt 31-0, B ,- .cond.on. Phone F. D. Haors 5-o' SPECIAL EXCURSIONS! Rooms 252562, Pqnam0 dconVentonl In Chicago bt July. ed to the 2nd Col rem.In No.- the etmt .
boa ned i ne Kel hone 6-32. FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO FOR RENT-Cool Furnished room Brith RAC KWland gesemphatialy tolv. ar 150.i pa dervto
Io oneway $85, round tripw$135115nescfrc
no referaor. e pe- O E- -1 Roldm e7. pste Ancon buC stop. Tel. Pn convenient or transportation InB- llV Rat conference Th, nrdayre R eteentatlve and Mrs.t- Di L)t er te. A.L .
Autoati ..oashingiFOR SALEda 1941 Oldsmobile. Ju tdy-limit). $160, good one 'eorI, dependent entrFnce.FCallPTef.l3-hwanrtdt ldre, JA. 1,aautd] th b jeel
maFOnR Fr,gSL a,re hike new. ,erlhouled, duty paid. Good con-:to LOS ANGELI$, one way. $149. e .081. Call Tel thouht"adse.thae oldart a a.nataan
$250: ootl.ater heoier 20 gol.I dilon. One M Hohmer accordion '15, round trip $252.35. 90 day- neutrality.R epSittler is member of the
gla~s~~,line.le new " Ke Fl-,one 6-324 limil Panama Dispatch Servce op- FOR RENT--Furnished room with Drs. eAnd QRULA Knowland supported ov. Earl Rep Ctol .ent ins .l
rinator refcigeraor. I CP FOR A -ck. Roodm'ser poste Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama meals in Belle Vista to gentleman IPalmer radu tea Warren of CaUfoftia for', tb ta.rtyand ser sIbmitr- ,.
ratingcd 10 a- 1950 sedon, 4 door, black, ery 2-1 655. coll Ave. Justo ArosemenG No. 57. 8 12 and i 6 p. residential nomination, but Vteras A r cn d
OmOex .pre o0 NOa whc good condition, Embassy of Ar- FOR RENT: Furnished room, in- U PereS a ~ren e.I cm mlg aides aft e ben-a h en- served in .o I
expr oe packed o r p- gentine 3-1393 F t spected. For information apply o( blekn four Lau ehr en Rapsete 0era! w umow.
emn. be OCked n. p FpO SALE" Dodoe 1951 Staton FORSALE apartments 3-21, 4th of July Ave. Di year C J
FOR SALE- Dodge 1951 StationwmmIfrnofRse lDirenbac-RobertA. e
FOR SALE -- Che sadebooord agon 13 onu Se e -nt I laE. RT o r nmoH yen- FOR YOUR REQdUIRM TI' cveS0 ow
"az' ,cd. it Ap.. Con ..Monda Ia Frday. ,FOR SALE:-I0.000 records going at tilated rooms in residential sec-i wt Ttn-it ,,n
S.. -.. $1.00U dozen! Grand clearance lion. Cll 3-4377. NATIVE LMBER Senat
FO2 SALE Alum-.num Ven 'An ,F"Oi .E1940 B|Ofk SedanOnd Ud of new and used records at boFthI S
Sr -c it T1 .-vFOR EL--- eUabcoSan,, eryw
FOR SALE o TRADE C Ibene -FOR ALE ol52. 2odoor Chev- Tbe een.Trt eThe Cleaner and Te lehne: 34 him .Represd s. g
cond.rion. Call 27-3-328 role Sedan Power Gde low FOR SALE:-Pedigreed Cocker Span- WANTED: Apartment or room bee iscnsn. Itep. ZAbleki'
FOR SALE oo, 5 C r e Pnd.. Phon i uppies.- Call Ft. Clayton 87- Bella Vista area. Bachelor Airline,, St. Paul's Aprp S r u tmg1At and 3 Mmula car P an m
FOR SALE 5-2 207 or Qtrs. 380-A Ft.Clayton. Employe. Phone 2-0671.,. A Appr oi. r S Paul'sCFS pdmt InonS i
FRoa & Moinr FOR SALE -1949 Chevrolet Con_- FOR SALE -Complete hnm station FOR SALE To Make Corporate *wa oh i Dhe o e ti
Ri t-Cubd 0 En. h black top. Excellent condition Mrtarnsncl.r. 6 50n receii 3 Mtrr.I iOn IOn Sunda Eeadea ie4e n r urrent..Aa p le aM Mri
l h- CI i 0 viiibeDe Luxe Kith radio. Cream Transemtter. HRO-50areceiver,'3 lt 'Sunaymfr 0 int0 t hH o Mrn- p o w ir
RudSALE -Sp vC Four einra pe Fibap Exel ct 2-6341' Eo.it element beam, phone patch. D-104 E.otorcycle-1C ommunion 1una y leader. O11 RAWl f l tht o ne t,
:Io1000 r Phone 3-1395B Cbistob. 2 i76 Ancon.C i mikea cable. $1,200 value bdFOR SALE: A motorcyle year This Sundayv. Nov. 16. the r e- h Ia Dtiet o Cn to

9,t8 74. HP moro d d c,,n r d 4 194Hr ser 1. arleyhDavidsonorgm-nien \ rGlrls'PcriendlYSa tte M ad d o. f lo r es
'o FOR SALE -g1950 Nash, A-I con- complete. Quarters 125-A, Ft $450 00. FAbricrl DNciponl de St.e Pul Church.eo andmatCI Ulsebe tief oule oif e ne D7 Crei R adDr anam a V .-- I"




belB sander ,ih N-2 HP mior., tro ports, almost w, ICond - Next Sunday the annual Har ad1oI
2A-40 Budo DCalle 6-No 5 cheap drontradio, overdrive, bed. tres .- Kobbe 2-3775, 759 KZWD.MOS.tlOnd e held. The service on that day


to-------al Yach Clu-- I orb 27.inal f00 D.nh. CKell Curunduoze-""e 06'IV. ell 2242 BaV.rnabeySt.ll ted the ceebr nat. ,r tsredS Ithe uale ero- fm ,.
bai Yacht FOCluSALE -Chevrolet Stptaon W250-W-esCrd- WANTEE- Englirh nd Spaniph ,eb 6 00 a.m. HolyEuarit9a. Communion. w i y.l h ea fteRn t' beat'
FOR SALE -25 cycle 8roi.-ble sow: Fire Dep T el:m. 83-22'12 d orc & saLE: mahogn y. Durnd 'FORap S. orton Ine onl snake a aor po ate & u an



ic h Ne wP Oil ied FO R SALE. 1947 Buick. 4 Door. termaster library table. Metal dres 5.00 cc. with aioes. 2.500 e iAMe A ith girls mo y lounwomen,
3-4 H o motor .1 i oodOand 'I racdo. 4 new tires, new seatcovers. sae dS ohm. Phone 4-459.a00 B oI-i
tall CU g b "o I-_HIP S85.000 Apply 11-A ,Margrit - u '. ----t excellent shape, C terms 2 I ng wi th others who haveben
io. cn ath Powr i I- HP S0 0 isobal a FOR SALE-Boys ad girls bicycle. B W 6th St. Curundu, phoni 273- members of this organization, are H- V*-8 l ,
o- t HP mor lar combno poanedr wiTh .. ewi sa m electric train, transformer and ex- 110. f c invited to this Service. ar- s r L Y
belt rsander t-h 1-2 HP mcrionr itra parts, almost new, econdi- vest T.n.m.Ne ida the annual Hrlt-h .rt mWEUI
lar6-FOR SALE:- 1941 Bu;ck. 4-door tond high chair arid play chair. OLfs:e sd AIIIo wivelloIA In gani-00eE w( .
The arpea"sr. naroundth.eield. 71066eP-onhad






.leman announced th' brln a- S tronspa Clora hon goodotires c ono for traib-n track 354 00, 5 on .r ed beheld.T esevi e 15 bePa d I PrO.s.
.....- ..... ----I original fin sh. Coil Corozal 2242 Barnabey St. 00, Ped an i.S. epree ve Europe, re- 3VOA
M Mexico Brings In I gon 1950 excellent condil'on FOR SALE: Pedigreed Dachshund nsraph:er for general offie work.i 9:00 aJm. Holy lluc.lrst -and -nAe. tro -






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= ------- ---- tobal 3.'676 0.00. Erector sets ine1 n 3.00.l5r.UI/B' nProbley thedrMusytthe admttce of imi- (, -e
ic Neds TrOined 'FOR SALE OR ENT -Cuba A .ene 58e FOR SALE 3- 1 6 s am 0 in own hendwriting sta ting age. 3:30 p.m. Chiurh Schl en- 0i0 -r-







'R N 1 ICU 5furn0shed modern P i bedroom cho- spOc sver S Ent: l z-2 baby cribs $ education, experience, rte s ubmitte dter lt TrPMan's -A---
SH ndle Snake artment. I m Orle telephone booth cO paad. chrome streamline ven dti Al n, elr dsi, ld 5e:0 m.co on. : so.M. .aW r







...Cho,.er.. I .ec.u..ea al fenced lars 3.e.00 pair bow chocks $3. ssupdaltaryaa lz A.. -- e .. estia *ntl e 2:00TS Am He -

p-rofessor says anyone s can 84nd ch-cken orm. FFr Bnform Sa 00 rouibrnation port oand stor- A1Ind. R ee-re ad>ncsatqir p rntII an -eaat is o Sta A -.-
SaRt to handle a harm-o t.on mo 3-1807 -3o-8 -L l $a .00a Go cdto. t o 0 W m Gaa Aecs'. b ai ou
.. ..ver ... ad "bout 75RealEstateFOR SALE'-Draing table $4 ,n00 ToIivaa aa UIteIRD


E sne 21452 geraon Compressor $5.00. Alu- tin"'-or me tJUta'ZU Us 'absorbing an.aaSbWt more *sP-30-Bflp swqs S .tCir.nty -r
r. 8 B. Shively professorat FOR SALE -Mode dbulowses House 718-B, Pr- Amrican States.. I nwnmI. ta -t iltted -- .. -
d ebraska Wesleyan UnIversity,1 2,400 square meters .ueced, att oPanamahaTn-21Id under pre tstS -'ahe 9:1i '* h-x- -d
handle snakes with littl FOUND ls p ct ta 1 in "A ber ...two.d' be
display of emotion. a' 'S washitramaDe.e8 tO 10.fue-efits&tFOUND hel fSriomDe Ma8e o 1.
't cfl a ed. Inquire of omer. House LOST I c refrduo Norri 3. Dodd. FAOs Diretor ... ...bu- list he4-
breaking down of fears which 1.rgonaisedc Inieof onrtermse S r .o b General, has also invited th tf -
have existed since childhood,"5 l.. .. .a. Cs aw pocket book lost in Colon otuLer WeSU Hemisphere Re-I ofnl pa-pI. t
he explained. FeR SALE--A house No. 3 48th containing wallet with car license publics and the Unitedr Kingdom .ore im te 'l. -s s In-11t:1
Shively said many women be- St r.ella Vista lotler t.ckets. Cedula. keys, pen le~and trresentaed ivnedam e.ce on others del t a by 11:1
live snakes are "simy." Actual- pencl, etc. Call Colon 1221. O sn ov of our ett
ly, he said, a snake is dry-skin- FAO wtll provide a d group fof -- -.~T ..
nod, "soft and velvety to the eeWANTEDr comsed of, A. T -. S
touch. W Ip Se ir Thomas DaUine, Dr A. ,E. OIs i1
__R__alph W. Phillips and t. 8 W.,
_____R____ Wok f1A^s apicul^uml diii-
It takes a Russian worker 7 MGuist Work at A' g .iet olv -- Cue Sa'u pr --
hours and 48 minutes to earn a aim.JODrs Hopkxns UniversitL and On Da ali
d of bacon that the average AMERICAN couple desperately need / \, Olando' 1cmi diversity an- W3:On3
can employee earns in small furnished apartment, prefer- r.Oando Olese of the .Ia-..
SI-FDNy oness Ime
ably i etter section. cPlease call"""M-'olneru
WANTED:-Immnediately, furofshed '--awaker
two bedroom apartment, complete SERVE pr L
-JFO SALE-Barsalla, P with hot water, fair responsible SoLE:r
ath 1951. perfeet con couple with one child. Please call inon0.
He 4-deer. 5 W M e sde- Panama 3-4775.


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9A. p Th M* eaf nd Wn mad Mrs. M.d "onoR a r 9:- o tobacco sn mok can produce Elt Mr o
W. da m u .Hoover to invet A union officer gave the word back on because they had been Sciences meetr way on here
pn n a h sNtra. n -ig at te tah tor ph..o a new strike to start lod of b eaus e of a rendu ti l Inan on





*p aM.wa hn u ISnst.T.a-a st. ro i -Dr. Nicamio Saverto raene of atomic energy plant a key announced tche pickets would described by DrHu Evarts A. R Ga
: 4 Meetin. S et p n pt or hydrogen be reestablished as soon as all ham, emeritus professor of






Sl Ameriaout n tat We do not ntend to work" this would be by Monday experiment developed cancer
S4 a ............ : The ew i ce resident Is Dr. while the National Labor Rela- Although the engineers are a ter the tar from cigarette tma
xwso i asoa-sat. l aa -'at Rav Hebw oodan STD -S. AV TON RODMAN will serve tor one yearbeginnlng pute between his union and a parea with the various construa- every day eor about a year. d
SkL.T. -. Aho. R .. Rf.. lSabs etr Md .. N Novemer 15. asuontrtor on the st ro





Sw T. rh VAL Dr. Sero at rent the ject announce Joseph M. Gar- organized workers are elected The surgeon said the results
S. o C repreen. . ttto the In- vin to recognize their picket lineo the laboratory tet support






SPenas ,-,-Sn sue ina T Po Ch1 PS os oT AMAD Bases taAmerina A sideO ner- 7000 clerical and ter dings two years ago
70 me oritHe t T n er- workers are unorganized on the stud o lun
SemAlon T s M ........ a member of Its executive coun- vene in the labor crisis on the arvin emphasized he wishes patients that the "incidence






:30 t year ronds that t s n the non to avoid the confusion and traf- ancerofthelun
.SWUMA"n .I i aiana CO LON CIa L'JaAL I meaer topper that's e Hsat tlpar contact eine I
S.iWsigtnan2.TisveahCaptain md Mrs. C. Moonsawmy cn -w o -- tobacco smoke can produce













ATLANTIC Nalo ca suna "' "s" .' " "................. ': reer Includes acting as his coun- get e s anti-strike injunction, or elpd Monday hen e the new
.ic..t teassa7-mose Foter me matese.atAnconn ectinion officer gave t wor backe on becau es the h n Sine here
w a .... ai.... 4. -.. o al tM ......... .... o e n cer iahn mie have been et r














^ Se tM * x c N^ M a U N L 2 0algl n .ndri t h o r h o oe otls a e nd i n g P re s e l e D wi g h t E i P i p e tanor s a r e
1; Fwr A ti.S0 p, S-l 1di
CO A STRUs a HALL Wh ert t AUGUSTA. Ga. Nov. 15 (UP) that It could not put the men to the National Acadey
d n mso The engineers wermee demanding orgn tcae lty S meeting he
G RAsaWte l 5? l ..f... ..........*l M1x"5o "no19 Nv e today for a new strike to start laid off because of a reduction
















.:0I19.5" an. c . ,, ..... 7r3 o *mmbr aWire b h l lT The surgeon told the ac.d. P-
1'"tm;tr Jrol' p aph ow o dR S 8 ... ....... t.LE WASHINGTON, Ovf t (en81) :Tn Monday at the Savannah River of the work load. oarvin then The laboratory evidence win.ro
i PA flI -Dr. Nca lverlo stof atomic energy plant a key announced the picketeds would described by Dr. Evarts A.








1. i IJ-y cAaa.tir MeeotgSnd ...Sc. .......tur. n Cuba today wU as-elected resbeden t production point f or hydrogen be reestablished as soon as all ham, emeritus professor of and i.
.. . m Od tCtaRNanEm- ttLecs promltostu metImes Is a lengthy proce- ar moke and to break d th








S..?S b.avo here Economc 1938 and ic pre- dy a proposal that the st m al- locals cn wedo not intend to tar in an etsort to ivsolate l
"." .. 1's 'a 5 fl: Meeoin f esLehti l.o..o.... :W Councl of the Miater Counselor be re-hready be underg a study of the action. He estimated Graham said mice used nt.n
Mt a, ma Cf iOFC O E1 rtestant I AmeriCan States. "We do not intend to work" this would be by Monday. experiment developed cancer,-

.f o o ib w s w The new vice president s Dr. Juan their statuional Labor Rea- Altoug te engineers are a ter te tar from cigarette member








' a 'S J. ....r..a.. oeler of SCosta a. They tions Board threshes out the d- numerically sma union corn- had been painted on their u.
L a s .itRe. 'e de D. 4 ................M will serve for one yeaS o.begnnlng pute between his union and a pare with the various construc- every day for about a year.
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lose y.. forv::, :. A m Technicanl AdTGa Nov" ......)t1 Itd p E m
10 .p MMH .......A.... a..ro S ... STATION R ation o a ireed that phenomenal on b the l
a' ' iSn rdab i1 Dr. SIlverlo is at present the Je., announced Joseph m. Oar- orgzed workers are elected The surgeon said the result
ecIh a wvt. Sn. uS.-- W A"l. ........ Ws Mn W ..r 15 U re avreOwen to the n- an tomprovin overnmentheir picket nes the laboratory es support











A. " unday 10 u P A d ad 4th Tb- C OT l PutWve chairman O f the UN's s rvM ces in te less developtewo rkl d G v -i he hens at tha t e i

Sr er grounds that it Is in the national to avoid the confusion and traf- cancer of the lung Is proportd:












ag 5 %.d *1y Joseph Gin aaonw Ro-Dr.Balbo ncic arc? i a Ol an fisOf to mic one hsp lant -2 ak ynlont e m nettoul d a
.. d mi. n .ue Me t ua r i................. ba a n t s i nteret to keep the plant In tSic Jams at such centers as A- al to the amount of
a B yo o M .. ............ etHis lon and distinguished a operation. The government could ken, S. C. and Augusta that de- smoking indulged n."
Tt ftessm sAiv -a1Slvo eting.si neoSrI............... :9 rCIncludes actn as his counta- get a anti-str ke injunction, eoeMonday. hence the new
..:au 'T eCAMo aRInakter-American conference o















eSocalecuity dea of Technical Engieersa, A The strike, if it comes off on application of tars from cIroation
n te of dledthe whole vast plant and in reent-elet Dwight El- Pipe and igar smoker
"e._i i.. NV STAiONeig Affirs0uT In e w asin Iens seti picwo ker ts on w a len senhower'c ats ton a ter saule s.likely to g.t lung cann..
WGam"E"pis cop al SYuny ................ :0 al owbo sG
a. .. .S, a Ra t nOW nN. a4. 1951 and the third meeting of day. 0rues ay. Eisenhower was less
lopA 'lD' U 41 l iit AUl.bS........ "S.......ue Cmsnesi fornatin nAmeica The engineers wereenunin riththariundtrue demand ein sinnarcito thava ot und trcte disease.
.. ..-t ... Mxi "kovember1n 951.A reinstatement of six ofnt h e rt but decided today to remain un-
eam, 1"94/'..b'n, repreentativ torttmi................0 m r e tM L Tuesday tu -the srene toldm. the acadamp
Nomad&,., ft, PoM.U Wo"rash.....ra;..... .t o inten to press its case'gram will involve studying
e r obDimwt5 ol lMyas a ..M............... 0 l0mbia Univrt. h been con- picket Monday night it did so wh the .NLRB .but that thio effect of tar from pipe and c
n m l, ..-.........Ia.. es...................90ete with re Cof t Rean Em- on the companysopromiseitontu- sometime Is a lengthy proce-ar smoke and to break down
SSh-j,00Ua"Au" l..'-al bosy here snce 1936 and I pre- dy a proposal that the six men dure and "we do not Intend to tar In an effort to Isolate ilt
-IB C.Dall ...................ft ellrfo rtwo qfeUr ac
9Ineestketcthe retirene vAe-preident Is Al- The company replied to d a y
g oo-9 4oo a nd.0 mm 8 . . . . . . .. o 0 Hs lo n d i s i s ee g o v e r n m e n t c u l d k e n S . a n dA.g un o C o r t n a o f M e x ic o .

ad ,. %... S.. Isy. Archdea.on....... m................... U n ta NivetSheita-a a lrComtee tepn es-
a trua DJyAVIs *astanIe Fr rams list 956 ox-
,rr. __a'148--"............a...................i "To e Survey ..eunoftheAmerjicanF
558:00Yan'"*"Inter-Ameri ca n"c.nEeren.eArnhdfaTec in alc Pr alllnthe delegAtes
i a. uS Nvnt Sto". Rodnn .4.--tmi goomuoId........ am.w sholeva stplan............OfeTiebflICtDg except those of the Soviet bl
....o...,,.j;" ,nAfisI a, + I fl Mat.......................'..ANsprogress has been made ineG-
;PAum, ,mall.;........................ .................5 UNITED n. of. Y., N creasigroduction. curbing dI-D
Satu&dayn.... ........ ......1.40.'1th 8 avi OwEnom. so
.........................................................h...ier0edmnigoi eaatyve chairman of the UN'servhces in the less developed
UN-. A FAmde. I.. ........ Technical Assistance Board, toa countries as result of the work.byaTudc
en. Lan. i Zg,. thu Churches to review the technical td pro, programs, also Is training 869 night.Atbedtbme,app.yCutyhurl
-.-noVRev J Mdt!ffTe 0 urcsms oS the .UN mud its secoi-Eleountrieshe reported f ason well as Ointmentandleaveon overnight
.o--emberwof-oItenedrep i See amazing results in 7 day!
SbkooL "- HMXroup are Sir Gerad Clauson of haco 6.500.000 dollars dunnothe Buy Cuticurh Soap and OrntI-
-ua a uhre iFnciscoGanrci O aro npt is months and 21 th ixmon nment tay
Tri iF 0601as m 1of Tergentirna, Hula OJda rst o far In 1952. Requests
... ........ .-. ...OU8....on dollars, he said.
Rawas.a......s....b..ecuse the.n


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m Ca. JI! WSS i DIS program, proved but 5ot-yet 6 zopetonT
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After allowing the Brazos
Brook "octagenarians five days
of rest the scene of action in
the Cerveceria "Beer Mug" shifts
to Brazos Brook where Summit
will attempt to save by continu-
ing their fight to retain the in-
dividual trophies. The team tro-
phy is a cinch to remain at Bra-
zos again when the day's play
has finished. Trailing by a 1012
to 30S!'z It. would take a miracle
for Summit to win but the team
wil be fighting to make the
score a little closer than last
week.


F llb ck Richard Ochoa left teams with fl G e*


IS ver-V, ver3 pleased with George Riley and Al Saarinen one-two punch. Durable Andy Kozar,center,'is theheart of the Tenne
th job Oliar has dune." are leading the parade for the l back. Stout Steve Eisenhauer rates among Navy's all-tim
Ith" iol Olivar has done.-nmen's individual trophies with
gross scores of 71 and 74 and
(fivar took over the I net scores of 67 and 68 while Cleo '
Y'- r.oc'in dullties tv, Burns leads the women's flight 1
weeks before the seaso"M with a gross 82 and'Butch'Oar-, Ball )Oa D OWHS Lristobal 1
weeks before the seaso- iett is way in front with a net
01o .'"d after Herm- :6" 'H d6 1h 12
-Ii' man resigned. 'TIh Mer French and Doe Byrd will Hard-Fouiflt Contest, I 2-
nev coach has led the E' Julius Boros be pitching and putting trying C
to pick up the live strokes they o -
o .- .- .. n e OLFER OF YEAR For i mavbe vare behind and on their home The Balboa High School grid- slid over th line with two tac
this season and hag.them, nni.onaO the United States F course it may he easy to do, but The Balboa High School grd-s
this season and has them nin the United Stal George and Al, can be tough to ders were holders of the Canal klers hanging onto him.
n t-', of tihe I', IPeaIue t-pen and the Chicago Tam O- handle at times. Zone championship once again It was perhaps the greatest
on ti o' th n lea"ue Shanter World Championship p adhe ChtalgTlan0 h fiairwae. at today but acoulring the honors single run of the game, even
T'" '.- -',-e' PrinP-, r.rd more than $37.000 Jules Brazos jungle-lined fairways ato proved no easy task more so than a 70-yard kickoff
'Fur,,n was selected Profession- y of Summit's "Swea The Red and White kept In rumback by May.
"t should aGolfer-of-the-Year.The for man umm t's "Sweater- the unbeaten, untied class last After the officials ruled he was
al Goltherac.-,heaater .ohFarfild Girls' and plenty ofballs andi
"" the race. .,,ei amateur of Fairfield, possibly a couple of members will night before a nearly-packed downed on the-one, two Cristobal
orn is attached to th Mid be lost before the day is over. Balboa Stadium by defeating plays failed but the third was
Pines Club of Sobthern Pines, Bob Fretland should make a Cristobal High 12-6 after a clean a perfect pass from Price to
S, N. C. (NEA> million or two. but hard-fought contest. Hughes for the score.
SPI-ft PI lnq -- -----But fun is the password for marked the second time this
A Sunday and the old favorite, year the Bulldogs took the mea- k
SAt a Glance cerve" will take he bggesture the Tigersand hesecght Clai Bee Takes
walloping. And while the cerveza have gone either way.mekB
(Bu UNITED PRESS) flows Mer French and Gil Mor- ave Pr t eUer way. r
JAr.T'P, ON'VRtT F Fi Nov 1,.5 land will continue to drive us Balboa outplayed Cristobal all Pro {oaching Job
Ditren,ors t1lr. Snith Altlan-1 Fof mer Jockey Warren Mehr- crazy with 10 foot utts through the first half !and 'ran
tic I ',-up accentp d "with rp- tens has been appointed patrol Everyone is invited to come a 12-0 lead but the Atlantic (By UNITED i'RfA)
prrtc" the re-i.nptIon of Earl 'ud'o at Hialeah Park in Miami. out and Join in the fun and to riders fought back courageously
Bhi' of Columbia. S. C as league Florida. Mehrtens, who wdn the see plenty of golf, good and bad. in the second half and were .Fdrmer Long Island University
pre.s:rdcnt today and e l er t e d triple crown in 1946 with "As- driving to what might have been basketball coaoh Clair Bee has
Die'- i Butirer. former asisra nt sault," quit riding last year to Kentsk HIfton a second touchdown when the taken over the vacant coaching
to A. B Hannv Chandler during work with the Identification I combination of Lime running out job for the BaltimQre Bullets In
his term as bsrball commission- I1Bureau of the New York tracks... and a mis-fired forward pass the National Basketball Assoola-
er, to reple him. President Lou Pieri of the Pro- Coach Denies ended It all. tion.
evidence Reds blames a "Western
TFI' hlid born rep-cr re t n Bloc" for Captain Pat Egan be- There were only seconds re- Bee, who coached LIU until
thrn-'" a pnrliia)rntrr- min. ;.n surpEnded for the remainder Hell Retr maining when Bill Roberson at- that schqil dropped. Varsity
eau'tr ,t a orcviolI mrotinc o: of the American Hockey League tempted a pass to keep theCris- tb ba-. .rjt, X t
the le- up directors but offeredpr season. Pieri says "It's prob- tobal charge roUling-I tt-.Xtet poJI4aiF 6abeea w -
his rei,nation at a closed .tss- ablv the same majority of the The university of Kentucky ball skidded out of hisapl' d la the 1952-6 easOdM with Bj-t
sion 1-crtr to tr' to promote "har-- Western Bloc that one year ago continues to make basketball it was intercepted by.ailmmnr v timore. He replacift Chick Relsar
many" in the leagiie. ried to throw Providence out of news even though it has drop- and the final gun soon followed who was fired earlier today fter
the league" The league's board ped the sports for the coming Somehow it was fitting that the Bullets lost thett first- thee
The directors voted Blue thre1i of governors voted last night to season. May should personally put the league games .. ]we margl4,
mnnths.salprv for "f-ithfuil -trv- suspend Egan for hitting two clincher on the Balboa victory President Ed Leonard Ofithe
ire" Prd vent nbnut. the job of ,inemen in Cleveland on Nov. 2... Coach Adolph Rupp denies he for the great back was the Bullets says heis delighted at
Tchosing his successor. will retire because the recom- outstanding player on-the field signing Bee.'
The State Racing Commission mended Kentucky be banned for as he has been all season long. "He .not only knows basket-
Thr" innounce-i thvy had str- ays this year's Ohio season one year. He scored the first Bulldog ball." says Leonard, '"but he has
err ri Riutler. n coll- .smort' str brought almost twice as much Soeaking in Lexington last touchdown on an end sween af- contacts whlch should serve to
at w'Vh!n-nton ppdr Lee ;?nd lat.- revenue than in any previous night. Rupp said "I won't re- ter a 70-yard march. r-ractically bring badly-needed talent to the
er '-i-1h rFhool i-as'"eal roach venr The commission says Ohio tire until the man who said all of the yardage of which he Baltimore Club."
pt -<. Kv b fnre 1,' became collected $1.849.000 in taxes on Kentucky can't play In the NC- picked up himself. And.it was
Ch-n,-i'pr-, rqsit-nt Butirr now parimutniel betting for the year AA hands me the national cham- May's running, feattrtrig ait-
vnr'-s for a sorting goods com- ending Oct. 2 pionship trophy." yard end sweep, which set up the They. Be& They're-'Cool
Pen". Rupp continued "We at Balboa second score that came
S, Owner Bill Veeck of the St Kentucky Un',erslty do not seek on a short pass from Ray Nick- DAVIB,"W. Va. (UP)- The
Bill McCarthe nr Colimbia. S Louis Browns has defended the sympathy. We have no apologies isher to Bruce Orvis. Blackwater Civic Assoclation has
C. wiv-c rnoterd vice rcerint of Selective Service methods of to make." Again in the last period when decided to put a little money on
thrp -llv loop and will bp in trpenitin baseball players. Veeck Rupo also criticized those who Balboa finally got the ball back Davis' reputation for keeping
chirc of Iraue affairs until criticize Missouri representative call Kntuckv's new four-mil- from the hard-fighting Cristb- cool In the ltest-weather. The
Busl-r tpaes over Thomas Curtis for complaining lion-dollar coliseum a "basket- balities it was May who steam- association ._11l give free ice
BlueI, aid hi-, rpi.nntioti, *about the draft board's handling ball building." The Wildcat coach rollered down the field and fin- oream to tourists visiting Davis
Blue n id b. rc. -onntin, ,,a of tnc case of New York Yankee savs- wished up charging 33 yards -for or nearby, aackwater Falls next
in +- interrt ofr "h rmonny outfielder Mickev Mantle. "It's not just a basketball what seemed another Balboa summer if ti~pe'rature goes b#er
Irc 1-indnt Doiin to. srt ls semorial ... whatsmdanther -0 d--- :
clubs and I've n'e'r InF 1o -t .building. It Is a memorial to score, Qnly to have the play call- 90 degrees.
t1' Io nniltirS in the 1 I,; i hS1" IktI Kentucky's war dead." ed bacc because of a clipping
air 'I've ph"a'' had b' r Fo tball Result A former Kentucky star also penalty..-.
iter"Its -,of th.l'ieat heart has something to say. Seven-foot Roberson was the best ground
Itr.t of the leic t heart" center Bill Spivey says he wants gainer in Cristobal's second half


S-Lts there \ ,ill be ar. bitter- Tulsa 62, Detroit 21 perjury. ing Balboa back but it remained Ds.
:I over hi e nr, Arl R ln poeSanJ Soe St te (Calif.) 39 tor Refserve Ht all track -Carl Tut-lull,'S,.-l0P1m p alrt
rlrSr-n future M npivey, now playing with aitle to put Cristobal in c or ing ot.t t(lpuflra-
ns of his own xcept to re- barnstorming team in Detroit, position. o andOaordawit
n i oun p says Tuttle took a Price pitchout rans-" N ai. rat mecine
iCoubaPro C ge Scores "They say I got $800 for a Su- and swept his own right end for cnbatts yrgthas which

Thurdas NA Results promised me a trial last month but refused to top an actually etter
; Hto ey R si New York 1'3. Minn polls 91 but I didn't get it. I st ill don't
i ocheter 97. Mlwaikee 79 know when it will be.
5j Syracuse 96 Boston 81 ,.
(Thur'dav ih' "" tIU'I1I3:I0
'0 NATION I. TF1Uj1 ROSY RECORD I,.U.AY
rolt 3. Boston 0 SAN JOSE. Calif *NEAl-San .
Arp. n A New York Jo'e State basketball teams nev-
JWTERNATIONT1 Il."W r;L'L er hive had a losin. season un-
&frinnat! 5. Milw';ikr-e ii thr inqreh Walt McPherson. now
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MELBOURNE. Australia Nov.
15 tUP) 'Lloyd Mangrum Of
Niles, Ill., fell two strokes back
of a pair of pacesetting Austra-
lians yesterday as a flareup en-
llvened-the third round of the
third round of the Melbourne
section of the A m p ol Golf
tournament.7
During the course of the day's
play, Norman Von Nida, temper-
amental,. little Australian opesn
champion, became provoked at
playful Ed (Porky) Oliver ol.Le.
mont, Ill., and the twb almost
came to blows.
Von Nida.accsed Olivera.of toq
much dclowiIg before the g,-;
lery of 1,000. At the 11th en;.
the little- Australian picISWUp
his-ball and-thirewtitran Tinit


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Mangr a slot.'t ort'(toa
of 212. Oliver htad a '-21t : .
Jim Turnesai the-
PGA champion f.
N. T., wa tied with Vont
215, followed by Jimmy
former English prote~IA
216 and Jimmy= Dektll
Houston, Tex., with 218.

Sahta Cruz Sport

INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBAf
Won Le ta tnoC
Zenith 3 -0 10 0
Novell 2 1 1
Ditson 1 .2 30
Bantam "0 O 0w
Novell's outfit in fine stotj
took the opener of, Th a
twin bill when they out
their opponents ( taW ) W
last two games of tfhe a.!qt'
The second game oat 'w eveu0 :
went to "Zenith" c-t-iuwdo. W
Randolph Blake Wo.-ouWs
opponents weak -. _-tam t
sound of thfit r .w ,W
score 15-8 and 15-l. -
This four.team ..I t, rat II
League Is spCm oor *l t PbhYAk*
sical Education- m-d"ltt .i"
Branch o.t h Ma l o
Schools. GO fM- a
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out thee ar, a th ougIis l
also a risk which-must be guard-
ed against.. My thoughts were
particularly diretedtoward lh .te 7- '. ... .
inur to e ee ..
The eetfd gs, Inas maoth .kaI .Odn t baM prfelsi
of humans, are not dealsgned to J-certlain eedroor. strains, but
be -subjected to air spes ot 40 y t o Toul bam ti
to 50 Atlea an hour ah 'ta. rab
Thqre Is not only the prehbal q urileceand thus avoid the rg.
injury to the cornea a nd te U A- putng distress
flamation that may result in i .. '
section with serious complica- Thre- is.. on one practical
tions, but the lkeliho1l. 1 :en- A~Yqt:d.A u.ltutUon oc
tropla. -. entflpa lsa. nflputttid and Thb
Entropia Is the turning in 6Of I by tsry. 'avetertnarlan
the lower lid% Irritation such a itl O4, pla.ug... ,mae
may be- caused by he wind or a .I. 16 A kn below th(
byinfection maty afe a dog to ad e L9boWfuo amoun
squt t-In such tahibmtL as to turn ,n ..e.. .L..- it. thin
the lld under. The scnrping 'of nuece iurto flotthe situa
thi eyelashes against the cornmea Mti nlMdl'Wte the
then akgravates the situation cilon.: Th thv u
and the condition can berme drawn into .nra ,p~.St0a,
vermnaent. Entropia Is painful .n r te neeity flo
to 'ay the least azd can velry8.rFttal t the.p
easily affect a .dog's dispositIon yit q
and entire outiOk on isft. -lownj. ouatof
entropla can result" rom ur- p h o
avoidable circumstne and' Ita .


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P 6M NEZA Sports Editor
NEW YORK, Nov. 15 (NEA)-It's All-Am eric time, and tlAe
__ vote recommendations and remarks are flooding in.
u.0V ACre is a typical report from our operatives, this one
-vEd Danforth, veteran sports editor of Tne Atlanta Journal, a
S"Don't ask me to pick a full All-America from guys I have
not seen. Instead let me give you the people In this section who
Sappounced that really rate.
S.. 5' Oftensively. let's start with Steve Mellinger, six-foot two,
on B230-pound, 20-year-old Kentucky end. This junor carries a weak
MY. .W. e police team alone. He. blocks brutally, punts, catcnes passes, back up
,no lOOc ;the line, plays safety. With two days' practice, he took over s
illcd zg it s spal-T quarterback, and beat Miami of Coral Gables and ulae
t sa ingle-handed. He may be the best all-round football player in
". iouit -r e o _,*te grown makes Georgia Tech's offense go. This sux-fdqt
Id m eP a n two, i-ppund, 21-year-old senior center hasn't made a bad snap.
em the aost devastating downfield blocker coaches and scout
rivA have seen..
.V -l a~UB "eIon Hardeman stands no more than five feet six A d
V mL r we.l~ih only 168, but this Georgia Tech left halfback has close to
ani. ."t'd aCO-'- .. a 00-yup-per-game average as the Southeastern Conferedih
South ound-gainer. This 20-year-old, squatty and bg-leggd,
H1 cut- 9A the tricks, either gives them a wrinkle or runs over
wE'O _ward WHf BOBBY DODD IS GOING TO SUGAR BOWL
'If '- ot Bowl Ath-p Danforth dwells on three more Georgia Tech stars bei o
:se rwo.uwe on as many Floridians, stressing the Engineers' or iK.
SAthleto Dretor Dana M er completely handled Duke's Tank Lawrence,".5Ea
... ble says -UIU6 re-the asele-..' ..- -- to ea.o "This Georgia Tech senior tackle-22, 6-4, 23 5s-
Aoe- -"% t trealaeMnd a blocker who gets down field rapidly."
and Atthr I nIctte is tho-be con ra- Switeling to the defense, Danforth first gives you Georgh
Nawtieon M r hi qA .d b el reUeive .,, r"T1is Georgia Tech senior linebacker-21, 6-2, 220-li the dh-,
pitr of.-a -t ie19_ O ttn -wL IAa yt fe slgnal-caller on a top defensive team. A great defelMr
aton ..o : --- ".. The- Vu titOr have won sIx. as g Wj* .0fh. he has averaged 10 tackles a game.
KInee whte ai ouly to Duke. "oby Moorhead is the finest defensive halfback in
h play lorida today and 1! .his Georgia Tech senior-20, 5-11, 170-has an ezh
im p againstt Kentucky and k o -- pass-intercepUon record. He ran back two for to
b v p.l. doug. against Auburn, as a double safety has turned in
-w eb collegs have asked 24 Byar I REARDON punt returns in every outing."
la se d o ff i ci a l s t or wor N A Le a g ue IA mv y o u h a v e s o m e id e a o f w h y B o b b y D o d d is g o in g to
ELIAam. other eolgib h a. Tar Heeosw Fu c nge Sa s Writ for l. Sv-, W
la and Question: A runner on first EVEN GEORGIA TECH HAD TO RUN O(I'HER WAY
be available to Sa e As Split Dive, Option Runs starts to steal second base. The Danlorth tells you why Florida smacked Clemson, 54-13, a
.v- catcher's throw is high, the sec. ega, 30-0, bowed to Georgia Tech by no more than a fle
ab in Ne o ad bashman throwing his glove gQal, and was given a grand chance against Tennessee.
ed t 0 Into the air to stop the pweI '%lvan Georgia Tech was unable to handle Charlie LaPradd,
P.Tea. ow Otahe both- Another o a. eules by faous i What .Is the ruling? Horace six-foot three, 215-pound, 24-year-old senior tackle, so ran the
e .e. Oklahoma be- boa'hes ed lnd wlitten thiermeyer* other wa.
tender ad geeasGeorgia's Waiy Butt calls Joe D'A atino the finest guaB c
a":" -" s n g :sAR onA" Anmer: The runner who was he ever saw. This junlor-20, 5-11, 215--s fast, tough, smart.,
Bu- s'i tsr CA** &= .. L" SNAVELY ion firs* base when the pitch was "RIck Casares doubled as quarterback in early games, but re-
* meeg h wu f Whin the flidse throws his glove and toughest man at his position down here He is a passer,
.ta8 1 if e.1 I* theyear n p for ac- CHAPE=Y ..! N. C. (NE4M) .strikes the baL -r a
daame Pirn&aD r aa 40re ea a Sugar Bowl bid last for Maryland, this Is Edofr-kickerD
Iton, their tonsNorth BOAmes Q. Didn't World Series compe- crop.
and mdre than l s tton start in 1903, and weren't You have his word for it that including any or all of these
MMwl snon, bit Tto salvage a tef teams to play in it the On a= ll-America team would be no mistake.

S to .math.e splt ,A. Th. Serlea didn't begin offt.
.ou to the 's. ba attac1."L9 5. It started go.
.. ftatS0f Oka- .pal of tile pl we are us- '011, when the Red
1kngA In the Box, the infant Agerleat
accompanyin Giagram League, $t war with the meton.
The quatrt ack and halfbackseh the I tes. at
Start to the right the same as on I the n zs reG ated-, NAA
eoe of our d~ve or option plays. 1 9shalle94e, the. .eh*
lAspinssr J. Mcorew relate U is eld
..o,. ( ) Q. -What has been the gatest
three-game bowling so ever
turned in by an Individual--Nat

Se rtrback fakes a hand A. Albet Brandt's S In Ce- LUX THEATRE -
IT o9 rbs ha x4, hands tober of 195W. 'The Leakiort, N.
BLraARd MI LONG SWAT t a are the ball Y., bowler, 38 st the thUe, stand-. okd k. He KING. And Fought Like
mVE 'The running and bleking as g only five-three and w i h Th Devi ns" I
.1010n ce 0= 5 NOW, ai agents for the emen are more than 9pd "THE BR GAND"

aine UP su pprt.nt Anthonyh a Joy C Ato
~o~tnarhe ot~I~nie SPIS' ces of the Bar-fl-Quo (in -2TE -. flA~5mV rm~x


t0Club and may be purohafatt
the Gun Club'the, day. of the
Bar-B-Que.
The turkey shoot with P. M.
Di haroon officiating Is seOWd
Bed to begin at 9-a.m. UTh Oet-
omerv enlry fee of $1 can wy
onU a ot ao tfurtkey. a-PM
to Don't worry ut a.gun, t.
ou don't have one. Thet
plent. ot guns and aa
wax on"onandtotake care tc
Two ervone. -
Sbt a' on't forget the date, Mnd.y:
.. Nov. 23 at the OCnboa GoWa
Country Club on the ba of
the Chagrh River.

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-The disastrous typhoon15 ( "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham ULinoln. -AmOHAN VESURa, H.3vm
wsterdav kslld thnearN w200 per---TWENTY-EIGHTH TEAK.nighPt mier Dtanie) 1, lAp
s-ept across Southern Formosa *. -"-"" night accepted the A
v-sterdav killed nearh1 200 per-| TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1952 ,. r IV CENTS' ruling throwing out o._bnk t
sons. inured another 1.500 and veralal High Court of liuUl a
Sca se 12.500000 damage aci aa d the government
cordirn to reliable but unofficial T surrendered on 0,6hl C
res ofmurications unh the l-' HPgh US Execut ve Faces Tria Malansaid thatwhile hewoU)Ad
ties of Kaohdkune. Tanan Png- c uaept the Appeal Cour's. ruling
tune and Tsoying were broken he would seek a mandate atth
b-.'t reports tricked through that e wolction aO place the supra *
the military was hit the hardest, G erm any For Securty Leak f Darliament beyond all
iForty of the known dead Iere | J 0 S u O e e added that this issue would
Clinese Nationalist Army. Navy be the chief plank In his Na-
asd Air Force personnel. Off,- be the chief plank in his Ne-
ails refused to discuss the dam- at Rastatt. Germany, and await- formation and illegally pos- Fr,-nch zone Nov. 7, Harms ip9- tional1t Party's platform tthe
aes to military installations but FRANKFURT. N. 15 (UP'- ing trial in French High Com- sessing foreign currency, pealed to the US High Commis- elections, scheduled for April
it was known that barracks were The head of ab American- mission courts as Robert E. McCauley said that although sion appeals court here today h f Pament
recked, planes were overturned financed architectural contract- Bowen. a director of Consoll- Bowen is an Am~rican citizen for the German authorities to Bil would have remOved. from
wreelem court Atere o os . -. ii M 1.-..S WO f I
an roofs were ripped off hang- ing firm is being held in French dated Engine.ering Ltd. of Swit- and though the allegedly "clas- produce a writ of habeas corpus the oSuuireme Court l turiasdic-
an roos we custody on charges of illegally zerland and its subsidiary cor- sifled information" concerns or release him on bail. ion in certain c count tional and i
ar. Dossessing a hlghly-secret mas- portion of the ame name in primarily US-financed military Chief Appeals Justice William D litco-leRal matterft.
The docks at the naval base at terplan for all Western defense West Germany. installations. High Commission L. Clark upheld a ruling earlier Itwas introduced ito parlia-
T.ovng were damaged construction behind the Rhine Bowen Is charged with ille*g./ laws dictate that Bowen will be this week by Judge John8 pelghb r'ent aIter the uprerite Court
SThe Central News agency here in the French done of Germanv. ally possessing elassfied in- tried by the French authorities. in the district court here and driw la'swrat by ru hs
.ghos Ale official. do not-- as veste _r refuse__nttheappeal. by__his_ C6' W
sold that Kaoshiung was a "ghost no since the ofense are allgedto refused' to nt the appeal. separate Repre ation of Vot-
city" Its streets wereolitteredo If documentnhave fallenItoh-emv have taken place in the French GI Amtentm; ii 0 n
wCth debris and thousands ofhzone.Ar ir
oueps were rooflesds other hands. but said that the Valuaion Engineer Bowen has been in jail since "OVOmi t Thla ac Wead he d-tran
wo was in the area at the time I usual Government Fcc Infled" t gamnst him were revealed only w 0 t-a the Ce (hl
Se th. erer channels constitute a pot-ntlDue Here Monday today in a US High Comra lon asi e aWhoatpresenth are the
of mhe typoon. or^ere an eOf- tortheo ilitaryhdefense
erncv appropriation of $6.200 dangertohe d appeals court hearing of charges A P1WhIteS 14 South Africa
a"d Governor K. C. Wu ordered of Western Europe. against Robert N. Harms. tech- IWT.1 P-,
e provnca treasury ion set a- iscloDsure of the security leak lFo (anal I nical director of Consolidated WASHINGTON.eNov.m15 (UP)- i --
te provincial treasury to set a- was made today by the chief at- Eng neering's German branch. The goven met said tod y it Is.l
S$30,000 for emergency relief trney of the Unit.d States John D. Hollen who has been Arrested by the German po- going to stop wasting its waste
Heavy losses to rice and sugar High Commission n Germany, employed as a Valuation Engi- lice at Kalserslauten in the paper.
cane crops were reported. Worth B. McCaulev. neer to head a unit of the Canal, That doesn't mean it's going to -e1i bir
Civil Air Transport. which has McCaule ~' identified the organization which will make an sto wasting paper. IRSW
a maintenance base at TainanAmerican jailed b the French inventory and cost valuation of TV T C t P t Whatt means that the go-.
said losses there were heavy but all capital assets of the Panamio crnmena. Is gto n to stop waIthnrat tih"All..0
had no details. The typhoon was Canal Company w ill arrive in the Of Coronation ryo igo ftost o.p
reported moving on to the main-: 1 Cnc al Ion sp et will athe w a to of t ona p lK
acr T vof n Ch i ty. des c d S n ai C a Zone Monday aboard the stthee c waste paper narketI
and of China south of Shanghai Panam liner Ancon to begin his Frm Westminster t w te eper tarketi,
today, new duties. From In the past the govemmobf
Hollen is accompanied by his has heen dumping high iradf
Cn pn Giant wowife and their young son. The LONDON. Nov. 15 (UP)-At waste paper together with run-,
CBS Opensc Giant tr unit which he will be in charge least part of the coronation of.th e-mll waste paper ad isell-
will be under the direction of the ceremony in Westminster Abbaey it as "No. 1 mixed," ivhidh i
doCTeleomptroller and Hollen will be next June will be televised, it the lowest grade on the waste.
en the Administration Building. Authorities originally' decided B it now where, possible,
VW Hol OOd The property inventory and there would be no tel ision for S'yway" -_-ltai Ot'.g t," terat,
In Hollywood valuation may require as much fear of a possible salb in the high from low cla4F *$te 0p13..7
as two years for final completion long, complicated ceremony. ad try for higher prides
HOLLYWOOD, Cal.. Nov. 15 since a physical inspection will There was a storrn of protest. The lowest class sells ior $150
(UPP Multi-million dollar, 15- be required of practically all The Evening News re rt*d a ton. The price of hIlr grade$
acre Television City described as plant and equipment of the Ca- that ri subcommittee haI now ranges up t $100 a .t
the largest and most modern nal Company and cost records recomnr.?nded that the crQwn- The-Qeneral SBer n AdAlMns-
bljant In the world and designed examined, dating back to the lng of the queen and apme other tratfon thInl s it w1 I e an x-
especially for video medium, will start of construction of the ca- part of the ceremony at least tra 1,000,000 or so ayearuml et
be dedicated here today by the nal. The unit to make the study be televised. its new Otaicy, Mi
Columbia Broadcasting System. will be composed chiefly of ap- .
Composed of four giant stu- praisal engineers and account-
d'os. Television City has a capa- ants. most of whom will be trans-Ws
cit for staging 28 hours of live feared from other units of thee
television programming weekly- Canal organization. W es 't
about half the output of all 18 e o m T
CBS television studios in New ;iallen recently completed a iho-""
York yeaY of active duty with the U.S. B- .
Navy. He is a Lieutenant in the .- a .-a -m "
Television City is being dedica- Reserve Corps and served as As- i
show in which Governor Earl needing and Technical Services -. o
Warren of Californla will parti- Division in the Bureau of Yards BERLIN, No. 15 (UP) t None of the dn
cipate and which includes the and Docks at the Navy Depart- BERLIN, No. 15 (UP)e t Non otf the kidbeen app t
networks top_ stare. nent In Wahington. Berlin police today arrested a i- tempts hAve been suceutslsl, .
network's top stars ment In Washington. year-old East Berlin girl in thanks' the vBillance of -the
The television plant was de- (NA Telephoto) He is a native of Greenfield. charges of being a oviet tvici .d t Berlinppie
salgned to meet the expanding SWITCHED ALLEGIANCE Iowa. and is a graduate general state security agent and of h-rbut,. lre We Bcrli law at-
needs of new entertainment me- Olga Michka. 33, testifies be- engineer of Iowa State College. In% helped In the preparation of temad abductions meet with,.
dium. The plant contains 374620 fore the senate Internal Se- He has had several years exper- s evetal Communist attempts
square feet of floor space and curity Subcommittee in New ence in government accounting a ubdt West Berliners. kRi
each of the studios measures 12,- York that she switched her and apraisal work. After 'serving RuthPenser. ijournalist, wt Lo o s
100 suare feet. citizenship .from American to three years of active duty with arrested while preparing an at- 1kf air r Lobs
In addition to stages Television Russian without leaving the the Navy during the fist warhe tempt to kidnap Karl Heinz I- S Abl
City's layout includes office United States. The UN em- was employed as. Plant Records grn. a West Berlin newspaper-il e
stace. conference rooms and ploye said that the only for. Engineer by the Tennessee Valley mkn working for the Americai- oL Rate
dressing rooms for 208 perform- mality in the change-over was Authority. Most of his duty with controlled Neue Zeitung, pole T caters
erS as well as three large re- a few visits to the Russian em. TVA was at the Chemical Plant zaid. .
hearsal halls. bassy in Washington. at Muscle Shoals. She has been held since Nov. 4 QuSlif ed workers will be. re-
but her arrest was kept secret till cru1. d .ii the coming week
Pana nlan Uig today. r'b.e' .Polittons during
Panam lansUsn The girl admitted -bein t o er odhave been
member of the Communist "state or interviews
Us security" ring. dui 1 ffice hours at
26 US Scholarships Police said she was the mis- 'hr Office on
In rerressl Year of the head of th illegal R de.Abo in
'C e Yearoup, 43-year-old Johannes He- a A :needed in the
derich Of East Berlin. follow laisafications: Paint-
Hederich's group is charged ers iNce in handling
Twenty six scholarships to do with having twice attempted to bit lehanic helpers;
post-graduate work in various 'idnap Dr. Rainder Hildebrandt. and a with locomoptive
U. S. universities have been exc-head of West Berlin's anti- cras ojI n co.ot
given to P namanians by the Communist -ichting 'Group a- athe Pedro Mi-
Point Four Program in Panama against Inhumanity.', UU i rePa Locks is to
during the present fiscal year. The girl admitted participation the coming dry ..
according to information re- in this, as well as in at least be Work Is ached- -
leased today. three other cases of attempted u ti% e n during the first
The traintpg. grants include abduction. police said. ., .Ja. uary,
such fields medicine, nur- .: .'
CIWIW s in g, payology, education.-
agriculture, banking, civil Avis-
tior. airport management, en-
IF NATURE FAILS gineering and rural education.
About 60 per cent of the I'
to provide what Is best for trainees have already left Pa-..
Baby, try Lactogen. It is safe, are waitlny" until these universi- ". "
ties open the courses the -
scientifically adjusted to clo, trainees plan to follow,
sely resemble mother's milk mise irant parent th tan- ,',.. "" '
Ing program initiated by the
and is easily digested. Point Four Program to assist in .



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