The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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n ocked from Big ime Gangster Over S. Africa
S 'iper Ridge aI::-w- .by Racial Battle o0 Make Report
NEW YORK, o 1. (UP);-- by C on Chairman Joseph
A U.S. district attorney's top H. Pr ror, Chahkglian a-
aide admitted today heused his greed it appeared the governor
SiO I, &ov. 15 (UP).-United infidence to clear the ord ohad no atua prt in granting UNITED NATIONS, Nov. 15
Ntonas, infantrymen threw the a reputed gangland chleftain. the -good conduct" certificate (UP The United States de-
Ci 'se.n eds from vital Sniper Armand Chankalian, admn- Luchese finally rpeived. cared here today that it is ser-
n eight-hour fight to- trat assistant to U.S. At- T es ti e eion ousy concerned over racial con.- A Ik V
father west recaptur- torney Myles J. Lane here, told by Luelese read Tt hear- fllct in South Africa, and favors
j: n ." eHeights guarding the New York State Crime Com- Ing today ai IbablIcuhese a full scusson of the isue -
ho~Von alley Invasion mission he obtained a "good with' gojer By aslno, Charles A. Sprague, speaking
to Seoul, conduct" certificate for Thomas ones suspended friar he, ring ithe special olitcalmmt WASHINGTON, Nov. 15 (UP) O
(Three-Finger Brown) cheese fr filing to rot a bribe tee, said the United States would (UP) ffl CO
'T was the 15th time in a n offer. oppose a move by theUnion of tn Of history's first hydrogen bomb explosion
of fierce atn that Tle object of the hearing. Luchese denied a mofe Afica td ly -perhaps by President Truman e y nex
-trowis have. knocked the as outlined by chief counsel than a casual acqua aewithed Nations 'not competent even
Sfrm 8nier Ridge, en A. atthew, show raano but anoth witness to consider charges thatpersons ifthe Atomic Energy Commission does not do it firs
....n ..t.lpero Ridgeo, l A. Matthiews, in to" show Grazianobut__nfr
.of K-i hyia on the cen- the caliber o county political testified the reputed gag boas oIndia orn are being d's Iformed sources suggest Mr. Truman may na
af!rt. m)eaieks', how they perlptuated met Graziano freqaetly i aP c fe wit
'how 'n he orp tbe Sr e0 reqlue yi p a hrusa d: We do not feel T sdaoy meeting with President-elect Dwight D.
themselves xin power; possble 11quor tore. D
k tioub SouthKoreans"h q thkr there can be any laspong
o i1with Kba relationship with orga pise d 'A record Of a telephone call solution for racialpre on
ves 4nd. its crime, and the result of entrust- to Luchese's home also was in- sort of he full participation of -

S. hous eall coOrd Lches withthe tics ack dependence. That was, and tie letters home that an
tor of .atets in the Nip York ets and with fot there left-wing the charter of our liberty." --_f_. was detonated on or o
isogirtwo aard-ea." atelo lb frying bced CoptreimanS Vit Marantino Pprmgue said the United States yiium ieS w. a
ae of eia- l pri io sentence on ~a per- of New York, ha grave doubts concerning a thEver ain's the first of s
io~ to hahioaan, wo admitted h-elThe commission was told Lu-h et u ep a offices" toma. Angelet; papero aen week i
.ahd .heae were paVls t 20 chase telephoned Marcantonio san t u te South African o Atomic aEnergy h nave
Sread from oubDecearatdoefrIn-t reend .

les. roAeyear hours sa e went to Go. Th- while' Iwa in Washit. race problem. "The establih- been under tremendl
S three Dew and ked that The former rpresentt, nent of such a cos, and to be sure that none of hing.
Were t tl-in Lubtrsonvton f pne- reached by telephone at h would not be a practice msika ce in the Canal so fn the AEo
Sl.~. n d-1. 1r a. .tqen motor car &e-erase4 home he-re, admted knowg ofng our lruenc, by heVleantanfaiiedito flying on the p

li*G' o e claimed r the .ree .- te raketeer "alt my life,' but 'he United States favo .a off when Ightning struck i ng wounee
,, w eveo4 .ear pqlhsnoe on aellnhe did not rememer the call. rpoal offtereds b Icena the. l boat._ tra carg e r ice the frst
tr.* m .Dewey,-" i ked.. that The omererepresenta, mer't of such a co...anL -J.....ob. e sure tha t none of to Saysumet nnri
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iWar Wi/luourt One Casualty
The ml khty Navy battleship to Wonsan. Hungnam, Songlin,
S.' Iowa, which has be at Tiancon a far up as Chonglin.
i. lbos; over the weekend,' has .Aboard the batlethip now as it
just returned from seven months heads back for Norfolk Is at least
fighting without a single casual- noe lad who won fame when his
mty. m fly Mailled him a package
The skipper- of the 45-ton bat- containing, not cookies, but a
tieiblp, Oapt. .Joshu W. Cooper Its-foot lpter.
can only shalkt-It off to
luck." because other ships fight- :. Silor Dwight Souder was the
-*ipg in that locality, for the same happy recipient of the bulky
-period of time have stiffired blp e whic h .was made up In
-i many dead qnd injured. scroll form and contained greet-
Even though more than half s from friends school teach-
ib' ewl ceOt 2,400 enlistedlmen r !and ex-girl friends, from lie
and 118 officers are less than 21 bOIe-town In Grabill. Indiana.
ieara old, the skipper claims t was more or less his mom's
hey were "wonderful- under Idea in honor of his 21st birth-
Jb The Iowa, which can, if need -anal Employe
I.^^ ^^ ^ ^H "be, furnish electric power to a nl .mloM ye
tY wIth 200000 population, "
Services Its men with movie S F l
very nfght. nine barbers to keep_. -.-W M
either r trimmed, dentists, 11.'- t' -
akies, and a photo lab. Ho s Roo
HousebletRn a self sustaining R
the-battleship. which sla a -
as thee- football fields nlae- A 54-year-old Panamania. mn.
Sndt : end, carries 2% million pj.d ab the Terminals Dfvialon
aifls of fuel oil. 84 tons of the Pam 'Caal Comopa'P
I- fovomnaat., and consumes seven ht pie W .18 ded yterday altWr
I .n__o fnood aday.a result of injuries aus-
.......... -.. .The contingent of three doe- aed when he fell from the
4 m have performed an average o of a housh In, Chorrera on
ANSWf taiM s ,- ." erne appendectomy a week on which bhe was working.
ai cjat former voce-p oew t members.
pro. IonalPolih t The Iowa's main mission -was Pedro Galvem. who was brought
answers House ahoe bombardment and the tar- to' orgas Hospital'by an Amer-
probing th chArge comnsisted.prinripally of gun lean. Paul Le of Crundu. wag-
sians, rot dOer_ man,. u meements, bridges., turnnla, fonounced dead oH arrival st
thousands of Poles n t nrosds. etc. along the entire 1:0 by the doctor in charge.
Forest during w.._ g'- eat coast of Korea, from Koaong Anautoplyl. been requested.

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promote the observance pe certain that none over afid that an exect- -gl-
man rights and funded ote o of explolve nouncement is mmne
freedoms." falsS. to; detonate An the freak -- ,-"'
expto~o that jounced the drill- IA A W A
6000 Sude boat and n!ipred five of the le
/6w gg 0,unn) 15 ai.rewmen, they wanted to
ake sure. pes Of M
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So (ne, remarked "it a dredge Reds. 1 4
CAIRO, Nov. 15 (UP) RiotL, working in the cut came up Yd 15
Ing broke out among 6,000 Cairo somit day.with. a live stick." P
University students congregat- Meanwhile, it, was learned ,PARIS, Nov. 15 ( -.
Ing for a Martyr's Day celebra- that an estimte of the dam- North Atlantic Treaty r
,g Maryr .... wrea- ..t .... tion today wrote off as a --e,
tion today and 12 youths were age -doe above the Vulcan's wa-s a
yieported injured, terie' by Tuesday night's -bolt j tbilit its ambitious
of lightning and subsequent de- build u p We st Europe's
The fight started when Mos- tonation of explosives will.come strengthh by 1954 to a .
lem Brotherhood member Has- to around $9,000. where it could negotiate 12W.
san Doh delivered a speech de- even terms with the Krf :'
clearing that Egyptians who The hull also was damaged. Defense estimates friqttF'.-$
fought in Palestine against the just how much cannot be known member nations had arr atn.
Jews and in the Suez Canal Zone until the Vucan goes n dry NATO. headquarters tody-an s su l until the Vulcan goes idry officials disclosed that th
against the British should now dock. The drillboat is seqWor- posic defense exenditha th -
declare open war on "Red Com- thy, however, and not leaking. Britain e plgium andt T
munisma. Repairs are under way and terlans which wil la i-
TWo hundred CommunIst it shoedptha t hl a therlan -ds which w l dela .rj
FoAths yelled in reply: "No Reac- days that within a few meeting of previous .-,
o- days ecan return to .com-g oals by from one to
tlonarleal No Fascists! We de- plete the drillwork on a pro-lyoars
OWand the ooattend the crest O y er ATO ,
sand the release of the rest o Ject to widn ulebra Reach In The roll call of NATO
the political prisoners (mostly Gaillard Out. e os c le o
"%#ae- nistrations ended with men n ,b n "bym .in,
-.- of Lt. Col. Gamal lCharles Joyner hospitalized .for laved answers to NATO
sew, keym emberof thre, Tow aly orrow Uh s e ad a n
a .. key member of the :- inured .bak, are reported tionalres on their 1953 -
..r 1 ..neral Headquarters- as doing atisfactorily.apabiles.
t Premo i rr Moham 0 VTOofficialC sapa dsaidrb s
u% Movies,... ...would be impossible to make .t
ANOI. /15,- (P)._Cakind of complete survey o..-
Los- C bres ally planned.
t 1 f tInN te i Irap.dly.IAlthough few specific.
v h nh Rebels The movieseme to Las Cur-have been made known,
Stbre-Town all tomorrow night sources said the data sub
t un 3 'roni at 7:30.tFor the residents of thatIby Belgium, Britain atl-'
S etair comm t. Ted Heidenreich Netherlands indicated t-hieW B
Si shawi la m. movies he has goals will have to be set 'ack "
U CO n WN a rs e taken i malle and Ocu. "at least one year. -
HANOI, Nov. 15 (UP).-Com-
munist led rebels opened a
"third front" In the rapidly ex-
panding Indo-China war today
with three bloody but unsuc-
cessful attacks against Hungyen,
28 miles southeast of Hnoi.
A French and native garrison
n the lower Red River town
managed to beat back scream-
ng Viet Minh attackers with
artillery and mortars before -
they more than reached the
barbed wire entanglements on
the outskirts. IS
Losses on both sides were un-
There were mounting indicp-
ions that French tank raiders
who pierced 4A miles through
Vnet Minh lines northwest of
amnol towards their Red River
fortress on Yenbay may be pre-
gtzrng to pull back.
increased Communist activity
n the delta, plus reports that
ome Red forces are withdraw-
ng on te Black River "second
rgnt" to answer the French
ommunications-cutting thrust,
tt support to the reports.
SL. Lewis has seen maWny re-
cles pestered with "just mar-
led" alikn but now he's seen .. -
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M&h itnW e-tdWored" signs fll G AitaSecretary ~DefeUbe
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-. All these matters call for and to mai r.eoqnmendationn Congress, which will want to An i Me Sltfreta-
early recommendations by the on how more, defense can be write its own ticket. from sle of timber Ih t ot
To0 new President to determine provided with twer people.-.. l
nmO Om sk T o OkOhma Come what his administration trade Cred 4 et m i re-
policy will be. There are also a Ceiling ptl. The 4ntake was 4S or
number of important interna- One other Important phase n W: 1. l e xvl
muobllm le Pl Itional agreements hanging fire The present pongresfon- of the ant -t.lbatloh.,tbroea I t s the V ce.
I on which the new President al ceiling for the armed services, is the contFol on credit. Clawson, of
m mC rn u nI5)may urge action or allow to 1s 3.5 million men. The last Ocagrmw tioUl the Mau*
S# die. There are 1 million De- Federal Remerv o POe nt, tb fenge could to
apartment of. Defense em- to control consum redit on e dl 'over the next five aads 2w
e Treatiye 11 s In administrative housing, autombilles and all years. 't it, will bp' up to.the it .
r raa Lao am, U ass an clerical arsenal and supply installment buying or radios, newPreldent.and.ogress to rarowin
SFo rIPnuIII W /U )IUIU First is a North American work. this is a ratio of one TV, dishashers and other By whether this jolcy should ti
4Et lel frequency broadcasting agree- non-combat to three combat household furnishings ad ap. be followed tant n it
ment. It involves Cuba, Mexico, jbl, whieh i eWoaldered 'way pliances. ter the o.t
B PETER EDSON Canada, Dominican Republic too righ. %- The result has beet; that. ynht ug .. ,
Then there are six treat- problem of e armed services from 0t blll In Ma7 to ov- Develo t q ee' e
iI le, of friendship, commerce comes In replacements dr the er 8 billion in Au usta. quid s a uet an hich thrt
S. and navigation awaiting rati- armed serves. Over 100,000 There Is every indication ft a number of bil have -
SWASH I NGTONN Nov. 15 (NEA) -If the new President ficatlon. They are with Co. men are completing their two- will reach a new peak of Pt- lntroduceda,t .t The original author ltiatn mw
that-having' *IM. 1 lombla, Deamark, Ethiopia, year tours Of duty every haps $ billion or mote in any clear -iI OPIl, Othe $1 08
S11* i V.- &LlLe 'o the election DhoGreece, Israel and Italy. monuh. the Christmas buying seaso. down. The i'Iley fId f aemni'-ou _-,o.
1f the United States thinks that-having won the election Ghi, ,V e taIl. monrh.
The highly controversial r, he has another think om Hi ted Nations Declaration on Hu-estimates 10 million men will now takes the position that desk for the new l$1
-histroublesareover, he has another think coming s n Rihts and the Genide be needed by the armed ser- regulation of this consumer attention
Convention have been awaitihg vices in the foreseeable future credit is not as important as It se. at maetim' t .9wt tL.' pi-
Sroubles are just beginning. .: ratification or rejeCtl -taken to mean 10 years. It was formerly. The reason I out 0.
He won't be President -for- a other 10 weeks. But the Authorization for U.S. parte Rer ing does not no haveto support A :
mere job of getting ready tO b PI.resident will involve burn- regency organization How these en are to be e- g through the government .
pining. crulted by draft, by univer- bond market. .itand1 w
ng more midnight oil than he ever burned before. A group of InternationaleLa-Samilitar o training or a cam- It can therefore bettercon- as the A for
He may not have to make as many speeches as during awaits U.S. action. damental policy decision for Many economists believe this Is HOuing wto
He ma not have to make as many speeches as during U.. Commission for the the new President of all anti-inflatonar r
UN Educational, Scientific and Creation of a permanent mil- controls. Federal goxeanment -
thecmpaign Buthe'llhave to hold a lot more confer- Cultural Organization UN ltary staff for the Secretary of This brings up the wholepolicies are sallMoutted
tCO wants authority to re-" Defense and the reorganization compcated problem of Tres- on the HelI hoiO.m as M hi.e olo
fences in which, no doubt, everyone will try to tell him just ceiv private monetary gifts. of the Jont deal oard relation- daw a new d tr n tht new
separate command and plan- -hbre.s over o
hiow he ought to run the country. Migration. ing responiAflntl es, are hot nel ad sr det kin fn n- breaks olerte dalclagea.. poIe enldllm oe th n
tog grOr me U ilepics for Pentagon discussion morrv no more the nm nt wu t i d t o S ewn
S The Number One decision which the new President on combined individual normal If all this isn't enough to at this time. raopobib oeerno oethatneumesltraen r theeamVno
The Number One decision which the new Presi and surtaxes. Excise tax n- keep the New Man busy, au- They could lead to a new impornpodetermine get out houslg 4 sl
JIill have to make will be on what he is going to use for creases of the 1951 revenue act thority to lease ships for the conference of to civilian and tr edeleva busimd ot e
expire March 31, 1954. movement of migrants from military defense officials to re- Ioard Is to be. complete- new Prasy dent won't fdt .
wonev. .These three items bring in Europe is expiring, appraise American strategic Independent or subordi- easto bMah all there areso p
That may not get the headlines. From now till inou- an estimated $8 billion in So is authority under which roles and the responsibilities of han dling of oern th hnt fiscal o. t
duration day, you will probably be reading dopystories revenue a year. Will the new the U.S. has been aiding fugi- the various arms. The last such han would aIn=posal .to adoa *
duration day, you will probably e reading dopy sto President want to renew tives from behind the Iron conference at Key West, Fla., affairs. 80. re of d
end listening to dopey broadcasts on whom the President them, or let them die and Curtain, under Wisconsin Con- was held five years ago. l Thl h r z .-ls too w! Ise it.
oi his C t dn wha he is in to s take a chance on being able greesman Charles J. Kersten's Foreign aid programs wmi Land And Water ma".0 nea e .
going to put in is Cabinet an what h is going say to cut government spending bill. be reviewed at the North at- to get o t sge ..
his State of the Union message to Congress, till you're by that much later on? This brings up the whole lantle Treaty Organization Laying out land and water meat S sihdaw m
[o jluei the puss.question on the future course meeting in Paris in Decem- pOlesi for his administration hnaf n i When
r Bue hind the puss. gsap, Security of the American psyeholei- ber. In this connection, two could be made a full-time job m u i S.- bt
all this gossip, however, there will be the Security cal cold warfare, the Vei of in pow t ant inttrnatldal for the new President, in case estate
ber, solemn, serious money question. The New Man social securitypayroll deduc- Ameria and similar for agremen w have to be he does not want to delegate
dtion tax rats are scheduled to Information epirora. They approved by Congress to Live this work to--his new secretary ssam=. theloudestd
ill have to weigh in on this constantly, to determine h go from 1 112 to 2 per cent must all be ven new de- Amerloans overseas exep- of'the Interior. Iat
Nis administration will be run. for both employers and em- ttireT p oe ew tonfrm f orein taxes and ainvled h- t l
Therewtdeficit of around $7 billion ployes on Jan. 1, 1954 ora ident' feregtpolicies In customs duty. tons on development of natur- i
Therwillbe a budgetdeficitofaround$7billio e-year period abroad. For carrying on the Korean aI resources, Irrigation and tort6
dsf Jan. 1. This is the operation in the red he inherits This increase has been post- war, there will probably be a hdroeleadtric oe mraEor jo-y .tiso
rom the Truman administration and the economy-mind- bopot Ucalpa t.B ns the new. Core Ks. timportans tmo e
11 -cT' ongress."""......c-'nfavorolexp~IgMe Money and ManMpower gremost contrehat n duoS levels.
ndothis agenda Is the tiolflds r differeCntf"- lM '. 2Rt ^Mhl
social security system, this time the two big military questions Pr ice Controls of-i i. imr, hl.-ust be
9This budget deficit was $4 bil- Regardless of that, the new the rise may stick. which will be dumped In the h e1 1ie rcid
Iton last June 30. In August President will have other man- But all these matters bring President's lap almp imme- Present wage and price conm, mend what .-.erJ b
e President estimated the'ey and tax problems to face,up the possibility of a bran diatel, tter election tr expire. April 30, 1953. whes to the .
lcit would be $10 billion by immediately. new tax program under the As uau "' money la con-That puts it right up o .the s"
e 30. 1953. This is the end leadership of a new President. sidered the most important, be- New Man in the White rHqmue w f i--
he government's fiscal year. Head Bumping Complete overhaul of the fed- cause thege has to be money to ee to C on gir e a- t .atR i
lepts for this year are es- eral tax -vode has been advo- before there can be manpower. wihat kin.i antiflfq mist, it it Is T
ated at $69 billion. Expen- The new Priden may, l y but ne- Defense Secretary Robert M. f n to makt i
ltures, $79 billion. well bump his H 4o*ia on. u Lovett has been urging for 4 trat. J deci -siongesomspro ,. -1u
The new administration is tough new tax 'and fiscal T" 'New Man will have a months that as soon as possi- ,President TrWman talked 'Le ,now in effi.
supposed to have six months problems weeks before he ev-- chance to show what he can ble the new President name his tough during thb summer ia. New development is e
which to get on its feet er gets to warm his britches do here, It he has a mind to. own cabinet officer to be in about camng a s al season of re dd ub n ar or .
d find its way around the on his new White House chair. And the political chickens In charge of military affairs. Hav- Congress before the year is out duh-d t -
vernment maze. Practical- For instance, how is he going the campaign promises to cut ing spent nine of the last 12 deal with this question. Shortly aWr" ow l .'g
it 4esn'tI work out that to balance the bud -covering taxes will then begin to come years in government service, m the 914d Conress abowe ain have to l d
ey at all the$. 7 bUlliOn to 1S -blllon de- home to roost. Lovett wants out. not only .no interest in this a a .
All the prelimtnari work on ltcit which he will inherit from Replacing him will be the roosal but dwnright oppo t
te budget for the next fiscal the Truman administration in Foreign Policy number One manpower prob- sition to it, the idea was mod-on out o o- Roslng -ia,
ar July 1, 1953 to June the first six months of 19537 lem of the new President. Bied n.l l nao st re
1954 has been done by the A short-term, public debt Important questions of for- Others run right through all A special session would be topar a tthcT t" at that
human administration. These issue of 8.86 billion, 11- elgn policy demanding the ranks, down to determining aSed onW itf inflation got tales, wil be at the 1J Mi0 lls
dget estimates are now being month Treasury notes bear- Immediate attention of th how many buck privates and wonre,. t has i got Worse. g to outi.t. a4 the ,.l ae th
viewed by the various agen- Ing -1 718 per cent interest, new U. S. Prsklept wil-bgin .bgos. the U.S. needs, and So a that is done front water po cy an to S. tthelt o. f?
They will be examined and will 953.Tomb. 16, tone htmk cin the eyaeS e- wheae they will serve, here on n will be up to the h government a
led from now till Nov. 30. administration's first big e- the sleep he lost during the year's military budget is $52 t o ft wor on e.n
om then until Dec. 15 the financing operation. How wil campaign. billion in round numbers, in- 1 -s E.k liaot ofo lMi nMt up hm b P
resident must make final de- it be handled? Every bank He must be constantly brief- eluding $6 billion for foreign atist i e,detarmin$tg Its d P tlU"on aTh reavolvsnb a t adme n te s iM
lons os budget amounts. will watch. ed on pro esl of the Korean aid. The $46 billion U.S. defense has bq a temen ety
en the budget message must The last Treasury note L war and the cease-fire nego-. budget is .divided roughly $12 I thiUs el, ret3ndi
Is prepared. to be refunded waz for $10.8 tiations and let the weight of billion Army, $13 billion Navy All fi Wleaia re artent of be so-. ._.
billionbeart g 1 8 per eeOt wbltever influence he m ay and $21 billion Air Force. sp fm Department ldA a idet t de e
No PowersnO I he be felt on dePslFa whh pri" greas. e o ea e
e and was re funded for 14 the UN make o- %or Budget Rent control. eixpred on Sep- lear .for ti .
The law now says that the months at 2 18 per centAn- On Dec. 1rth Atlan- member. ,o, copt for defense The- .
onress within 15 days after' cll will meekr-1h *ris. n will cipally from Rep. George Ma- tinuing rent control under lo- mount -ie' a EsSS AobPt
evening. The new Congress Interest Rates be attended by America's top hon of Texas, chairman of the cal authority. agency e s te rhe
S eets Jan. 3. That means the cials. The council will set Eu- House Military Appropriations -C ta iongt resoa nw ,anu n4 l f ?
dget must be in by Jan 18. The new President and his ropean defense gals and mill- Subcommittee that n e x t frsrOerUing that wi sdeaddea. ha.- s 6e be'tte' -'' /
*e new President doesn't take Secretary of the Treasury ma tary policies for neat year. The year's ,di would be about ed waite wit aw dem has r e
tfle till Jan. 20, and he has try to continue this he&' sew U. 8. Presidet Will have $10 billldtr ,han this year's. With tak ah of the econ- wh t "
Showers till then. money" period by trying to.e : o make known hf Ideas on Where these 'ts might be amy str dcnoUlled and bot .
.Preatdent Truman. could call fl4ane9 the issue expidngI)T5 Bactually o ar t
Sthe new President right if- )e-lt the old rae these subJct: T fw get nmut bi e dic a te, ith Htis- of a De1a" tder s C omIsIe "B -S
Selection, and let him mae rr, -e eew admjn tation a t to s rese g Pres- be.down b we-eh o 1 Straw h as quesi the a .w
- ;al decisions on; nextryeaV re willing to l this rate ( mi4 t -5 before the New then orable efelung pmen ear h e l hw SW '5 ZR
. 1 det. Or, the new rPresiden rise a little. This is What many Tied right in with this is e Presn idnaunuratedu This that the ,la now preI petty apre'al or- jn1e" total M -
S d-d name his director of the bankers want. They want the fact that the U. S.. Mutual Be- is why it is necessary to have well in bdtflc1, 'lES S 1i K-^^ MES& t
1 get et work With the pres- Democrat "cheap money" ersa curty ht e ae new rt S t oDe .f Defea ans nestaothrsItht-ould e' -
The aternative to this But If the new fisca p1 which authories the spending can sit in on final military interests to take off all con- dro led .ao- u-llcna de .
te to send up a suppiemen- est rate, to rie too much. i, a d M onom up- But If the Truman admin- lr W g Stabiliation e st abo o. T a..
Saiy budget message after he will get close to the interest; port for thi yetr. It btaks Istraeton Is already planning Board will go out O f business lyst ab308 "y0o uhita .-t-t "' p
akes office. He could thus rate which long-term govern- down like this (in millions). to cut the budget by $i0 bil- April 30, If the board itself lYThere W30 --Vt W only until ,Jli ".'..

Snd the Truman budget mre n ent bondhas e custo mainly Aria M itaEi onoml c ion, It may ne t s av the des1't fai apart before that of r this kind.d; I .. n'i.t4.
d any way that he chooses, paid. abd Support new amnsrto m u e hhime of World Wne Ah^* i M. t...."-'
gthe Truman administra- be to end this short-ter f- Near East and matter how ambitious t he miners' wage e ase, following on bY hethe Knsowrean we r Aout hdl a thetotal. i l3t.:

omtration with the election est rates and so increase the a..Defense goals bad taste d way, and qaTry It. g .a.ae4. tEv _z.!

the PesidetaFr klinD. cst of Tvgrmgnmas wel as
iW oamanagemen-meo with no ig str.."
velt. The timin Frwas then oSprivate borovrnmnt as well a Point Four, all U.S. defense goals are ex- appetite for any mote such others 4V.V14!"
4fserent. countries 68 pected to remain unchanged, monkey soup in the future.po
en.Savid Korean relief and mo matter how much budget 'et it-Is neognised there oer
FDR's M avings Bondsreconstruction slashing is recommended. am be IpAtionary con-
FDR'sMehdthrough UN Thu oags inetlue 21 Ar- trok ItW- .t &R and wag-'. .
The'savings bond pronrm, when operative 45 Aimious. 4of c mbat ame are t nietW ceiling re- aO.
-Congress convened the rit tWotes into this picture oo. Wathenew s a ve duty and an strains of senehind.riceano
nday in December e 93 oe months past, t4a new .RonMss Wil have to e- _ulm0e & ore of 14 prses deeem *ls ng con- prova
velv took oflficeMasih 4, l.etptons of- utunt andjcide is whether theta pXroams winM It I Iseot believed that t oIte lega l le".s.
11' unmatumnred SrinPg bends' are to be abolished, out back torNsAid 'ean be out sufti-
ngrenss therefore consider- have been In excess of sales or expanded, and how much. elentl for their own coun- Prtreg the
a budget for fiscal 1934 pre- The program is not consid- tries' defense.
Hoor' ni re sardaein .tH r pr oblem faced by ut Trade Agree s The small decision for the Priority and allocation pow- do
e Treb onew President to make Ias how eg for aeame scarce ma-
asse had acted on all 1934 nane w nistratio w IldI be The Reciprocal Trade he can do all these thIngs for erO luIntodinnproducti nonp
ey bills except the District whether tooffer, say, 3 per AgreementsacSt authority Ie money, keeping the tax- 9xtPre on Jua 0. Henry H.

thiy blastedp thel Dstrit Txrteo- ettenw 'h pr rlst en a e a NM
Columbia appropriation, be- ant interest on niw savings pires on June 1t Iss. pars, thiS admipi and the ower the inclttaa rin d
day- bonds t~baoreUse Pit orign aid-U cut beeack asadall American alI. t sueesed Charlis 3. With wn
rnhe became r evident ew adiniistra e be wi be lc tse time. hatred hewould of U.s
bestrserabeoexterriebmh of thisew ulde
"el put through an eco- On all then government bo mhaA hu OftVol
act which cut salaries rowineproblems will ,have to -colmes must e git.ed I- _a_612 xtsonofths upda,
per cent. Veterans' benefits be determined early; to' S'arn mere' d Aes a, iftmi t matfpts s atch Jot goi
reduced. Many govern- would mean Hb.raising U.- laeorgannzateonnof the armed
reorganizations were put Taxes h% n.rtrL kt.%%rtlt act f T:Ih9?4 fficeny eam"OWLIEU q O0,. ,j it in

for theI. T.e
111, awn utsw President with similar prob- have be deniedSon.n a-la
tilaede tilleabeu Tax ratesu-p resent the new by which strategc materials be tried again. One big study r 'w.
adthe government low.. r'a
tetyto Mened Ifs way The @s1a f and ether countries behindmoeWs.
s profits taexpires the iron eCUrtain,. p-um GAiisth
depression In ear- :for aLny taxable year beginning June 30. emn
after June 30. 1353. Rat Along this saMe lfnt@
bcground may or -...ay changes in ffurtax on individua emergency suspension o. ftIs-
prcdents for the newjlneccme expire Dec. 31, 1383. Sopatenfrgnpous-
utaking office In 1953, do tge surtax rates on the he padprtaexnpres Fb. 1.prinup
later. CCot i he dhold ad the imt to a. e s fl
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S....... r L: acress Plan Display SCow-Off Bears ffm a
Record Strength, ,.1c .. ..
a. Of New Books For Children Height On Trees o "ts
"- -- "K.NT, o. (UP)- The of shel of books

will be featured all ~d Wile; T hungry lit- pet, claim. i at the Canal Zqne LI-' bun~ Wilde. h" haunh t..-
-'"~'I -I 'ts two branches in Chldren's Non fiction: Dick He saad once one bear sever- He thu warns the si e
-ane f La Bocain obse~,- Whlttpgton and his at-Brown;. ely claws the bark of a tree, ot aps bIeeA te fu ren's Book Week.;" Lightning and thunder Zm; Z*t I be..e." .-
to0MA s. S IBWnor Burnham. lbrar- Sewing Zavch; Famous paint- others add their own ldentify- marked l an Irresistible
A 62 Lnn, ho announced. gs Chase In inheritance 6f _ng marks. The marks general- for each passing bear to
A 75 2 ary hasannounced a poetry dead; The treasure ly .how the greatest height off, too
... No iday, Nov. 31 None l rar new books for chl- ba --- Bakdale:;Abrahant uree-
jmA. Nv WmT EAST (D)rWill be placed In ci*- coin; an initial biograph
n1 -, e748 KQJS2 cul after the close of Chil- ter: Dan Morgan boy of the wil-
:00-nOn -The^,-O Ar | Week. W m in pt derness Bryant FULLER BRUSH
s-..+a -.a.-. -.4 6:00-Si .n _..- KJI06 4l93 yneW.Wooksfort teweek Childrenm bookw -
J .7:: lefes S .Clock Club 4I10 46AJ953 will e arranged in conspiclous lions: Wter-b 8o'i--y:
SO UTHleueisr 8 5--My Vn andt nbradth e The wo derina a -s OfANNIVERSARY SALE
Moin -.8arigt i 8:$--0 116 bNbrne branlu, but they will not be Nlls--Lagerlof- At the back of
9: 8:30-Mu elle QJ10754 placed circulation until next the north wind MaoDonald;
:t-i BS J Mrftl t koftt 9o:00-News QO Ft day afternoon. Heidi Spyri; Kldnapped at -
t Q8:14-omeand et It Q7642 Te display of the new books las venson; Treasure Islan- A
1:00.-MutIn Tioi 9:30-As I See It' eitherr side vuL to gill.t. opportuni- venson; The rose and the rlng-- C at ord A en
-""0 i the Record 109":- outh wd Nh tV to the books and the Thackeray: Twenty thousand
10;,-.-. 10 t er^d 36 '49 Wmaterial avail- leagues under the sea Verre; 18 "J" Street
ontd) IT.V PanP a'to the displays Eist of the sun and west of theis continued one week more
t'1he".1 'Bad Vb as *rar' and brancle, moon Verne: Household #&twO-opayday purchase. Ti
i:i--] ".' IPass Pan Pass In 'and La Boca, select- -.1.s Grimm: The story of King
:-A Opening lead-6 A "d will be sent to the de- Arthur and his.knights Pyle; final bargains with the Lay Away lan.
M. (V 'o ". Ga aboa, Gatun, Howard Pyle's book of pirates -
12.34- .ou for Children's
12. 'a What should you do when the s~.lyr i .e.d-
1':0-- 6A lty Parade li--.eMziOu. l p aiP opponents bid a slam that you 1I. Mldoks by well
1:1- ca 1 :.4Am and Abner 1mu a. MCIi have a fair chance to defeat? emapples of re-
:tt : IThre Quarter Time .The-Old01WlMTrail Should you let them play it, or I sWMelal Illus-
2:00--Drima 8 y yto D ho l 4' Tlie to Dance l0l at g3 9tD) aboula you dduble-or should you eitl TOf r Under Re ds
Hr 0 Melodies 1:3A...-tterntoO.i00. make a sacrifice bid rather than old Wi be samon the
- sWhata rur Fvorite the Band 8:6-- all take the chance that the ppon- blk li ly. l al cop
.6:00.-Guestt1100hi Staou oert Hall s :1h4- U." L .t leiSh ents will somehow make their of1. WEIb available CLEVKLAND, 0. (UP)-A thin.
Mdionday -L ;- 0-uc WSt o rds 0-1'oe lish situations in bridge. ,Each e heartOg- oBo s his brother' sbeame aoo l .-.
S-L k ( ) 4:15-pia Pade :Sho-Wht Ywiavorlte hand must be settled on Its own h t*hip lheIst 1nw re books toned.
6:80-Theln teA ort lasmi 4:0-What's or favorite 5:0-ENLUEIB.ONTHE AIR Individual merits, but it aIs Pc0o- for childro has ed a4uned: He is roseph Brscl sus5-F,
7:1 ctalupoleboof O P 0& eaB GUM N4.3 rrui -y usiYUao5 5EtIleIsJoseph 8nieck us,55,
7:45-Lean Back d LitIn 5:15--ENGLISHON THE AIR -- (Ageela Steer) ble to have a general policy to F lclor The ou n tBleecker brother is Antonas "nWe-
8:0 Playho (Aeca tee) 5:20-Wha'S Your F a v o8r Ite guide you in suin h cases. tret e a a whose broth er bi Antonas n eth
@td8:3C)ae 5 Toe-r O 8:ee ttv a o";* t% e me DEVS E
.9:00- 8:0.o r;M:oHail 20-What's Your F9a0vo arlt aA(Contd) If you have a very cheaplm arl- rd a moteP ta te mogveBairnthe f, t ol
10:00--Dl l Te lae (Conlld) 5:homse :0--ewt P e bid, go ah ead and bid It.b d .RHe wa n his family's home.
10:30-Tlia O(C) 5:30-(BBC) 5-Whats Your Favorite Yoeu'll probably shve points in we do tty f ethogeph and his fairly escaped
11:00-t e orff :30--he 5Y55-Iws Your Favorite (V-d oi the long run; what's more, you'll h always hallpen eBo t Fred- from Lithuania with not much
(contd) 6:0c0- d FAIONS w occasionally make your tsc'ie av k oes to Florida -e toka ra- time to spare after Antonas be-D
m I6: C.w Rendvrous bid. hwtodayt bear t In-he i rup iho nf; Moos
Monday, Now. 17 :00-FADNe AND FASHION 6:45--Loweu Thomas Ine the habd shown d quito In the big d -- a e bA
1:A-L e6 :0-RTh R ue, Sho Sa00- dCa BanNorth had a tones llnsaie LSC te -fr -hnt "My brother became a Com-in
61:0-On te The Alarm6:4- e T omA :0- RIBBON SPORTS for his rutsacrifice bid arof seven r n esnut sfm irre munist during the first world A
l0- aVIE SPDOT 0e turs ora hearts.I le couldn't be quite sure CoImmsaer; Roof over pr heads war when as a high school t- From 4.95 up

1100--t'ct 1 & *d T (OAB) (BB-A t.omk uerts, d the, cltbauak.neldAcldsirtleture a ,eaGB TI O
:u0.-Le Rto N 7:4-he COfes eare ting six spades, since he -Dlcksnct ,Goldo for the Ora- dent he lived for four years itn
:3o.-.49LSR IBBON POW B:--ere Comes LouisJordane0 tthis ace of hearts harsh Fuler,: .The little dCg Russia," Joseph said. "W hn
y PVe inM :00-Request Salon would t winsa trick. He knew Who forgot ho wt m bark- Hop- Russia to ok over my country In
8:nthe Air (RDF) :4-U.P. CommeCntary that seven hearts couldn't bae n.The little Puppy who would941Antonas was made head of THIS IS THE OPPOR
8:00-vening Salon 9:0-ory, U.S.A. (VA) bdl used and hat It ot his mother Hopkins; the government ad chief of
91 a e 8:45-UP. ComMestA7 9:30-London Studio Concerts might even make, with a ltere The .g t Job for Judith John- the secret police. OdnTrF RD O S!
9:30--AS .1r t ,b00--The. "fl- THouse at Al- (BBC) ik. .. son: noy and Patches John- "Soon thousands of innocent A D TO
10 '00-News"' 9 e.nbt -( 109:00--Calmcade ofAmerica W opened the ace of de, son; pople were deported .M n
10 0-o t Pre 9: I(V:Ae lo and declarer ruffed. South a Mr. Apple's faily McDevitt; were executed for no reason at
I -- 11:00- WwlQlBtt 11:00-The Owl's Neat were 4he would make his Con.dltioory- -7 Moore,; Pagoa train "I went to the capital to beg
H2e 8:t-heiOff u 8 B aBa c lu n tter -- f Prad: atJuanita -h talked for a while but he sa id
He theref:reP ruffed a club in Ug The o-eheOco1ldrdo nothing.n
Th .No. N dummyruffeda spade in Itl: Pep Re ynold:The he could o nothing. When
L ASat y No. 22 hand, ruffed another club in et cl Stnr: Lof OWn family wee 100 Central vnUi
Cloak b6:00-Alarm Clock Club spade to back. -Weard Lndas homeeo see him aan This time he rO
Abne "'.~S.-wrnn ~s, 8:1Styclystrental West showed out, so that the
'Nb -8:3 1000-M IC 10:0attr4e R018rrap 8km hwas clearly a hope-
*toBe ars 1Snt ts 9: -4Nels ess tas South managed to make
9-0O-..*ewg .9:15-Meet the People (VOA) It trumps separately and dum-
th 9:15--bed HB09AProgram 9:0--"1,, anIt m'sacefof diamond s'totoUl
:0-_ see i,.10:00 TeRes d )Perhaps' yqu think North wO It-W ;w I
._...11.05-Oftthe cord (Contd) berft set at seven hearts wb

12.60d-e- b -d. TamtimeW It's. ns a, !
oota Pohet d and uksr.p Pt
1. finals of tle "nstiv n tesan
S. B 9:30-Iou ty7 Paade chadilonse C a. fes weeks o"
S': r, 1- S--. 10:~~.e aae ioadB considered it quite P I-
'a :-Fs ba .O-O 4tauap Club1 the hndt game in spades t _
z-oq z -_the othertable.
01.'1$ They were quite right, as it
P Ad2 45 :i-tulde of theids turned out. At the other table.

F1 *-" +',- ..3 v .. IT'S BOUND TO PLEASE YOU...
e(a11113 the East-West pair scored 450 ..

*! erg. poi nts t r akit ng pie w ntdes
a1 1 deo Thi s wasv bo ; of a e int.
aemie^ a LopSia Jaidaf A0 0n since Reeker ahd Crawford had
4aslFy 4:00-Muste"F &t fIT lost a" 100 points

S.- .M. "Oit """ TtI S BOUNDlTO PLEASE YOU .
.it.s0bourrlao ite:608-nS stag*oAn p ate cl
am-W,, 0---,I6:.30-The RaIl4MW-

j.n, troe 8.0.-Mastol kMni C OON dm, nov. 15 (ust,--ePeee ---,
4(;00,-aige .. "a- The A ,t:3 I ,.8:30-A1nerlean Polk '.&Mui conadltins but come as the re-
;I .8 '45-TP. o *~- sat of striving usually on.
b 9:00--The 0 er struggling as'well, -" :r
I '. 10:00-LDance Mus Crude for freedom Program
6S 9.91. 0:SO-ymp hea .. u' IA hired in Colony yesterday. ,
a:s(VOA) rthermorie," added the U.S.
Tu aes Pga NOI 11:00---T.e OWrf N1,a CUonul i 1 Colon, "they have to,

1R OIt 1E1R6RDa.c mkilo RDF--aIodlffudcsln- 54. We must all stand strongly ,
AX 2o S5de RNS-Royal Nhind these rights and free- nn
11WillhI B-rlah ti co not hate a chance to grow '
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rf' n wheih was notiMpo ON DISPLAY pTARING "'
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I9 Theme

Coi tctoni

aEW YORK (NEA--First gay. sun yellow, a Titian red and
gimpses of cruise and resort muted tones of silver and gold
wear here shows that designers all appear in this designer's col-
Iive drawn inspiration from election.
eWlely divergent themes. The
tiate influence is plain in at For late day and evening,
least one collection adn the co- stoles In silk shantung or tulle
rotation excitement in many wreath the shoulders. A new
more. neckline appears in a young
party dress of shantung. Here
Designer Margaret Newman a lace collar is worn neckline
likes the- pirate theme and uses fashion about the throat, at-
itt fishing costumes with dash- tached to the shoulders but free
lIg Captain Kidd bandannas, of the neckline itself.
flowing sashes and pedal pushers
that tie just below the knee. A coronation dress In blue taf-
N ter fishing costume (above) is feta has jeweled embroidery
ft-aelusa coral. A vivid new co- sparkling on a slanting neckline.
14r, and is striped in two tones. The same detailing appears in
-The blues and greens of a the skirt with a side drape of
flashing, sunlit tropical sea, a tulle.

oo0 O/ld 'bay 'A re 3 ly eu.knlee

.jA .tA ud or ai3s Iecreates "flN elies

Sgo d olof high prices? Tired
trying about the atom
Maybe you'd like to step out
of the dizzy spiral of modern
l ufing and go back to the good
ol golden days at the turn of
Century. Black to the horse
Sbuggy, to the hammock and
ther 1of lemonade, to p ork
laps for breakfast. and hired
that was' both cheap and
Sce you got there, there'b at
t one thin who thinks you'd
only too anxious to return to
I as fast as you could. And
e Brion Davis knows what
a writing about. He spent J
t. good old golden days in
Iedathe, Mo., and they hold
h istalgia at all for him.
his newest novel. "Thud-
," Mr. Davis has a lot of fun
'ih the sgood old days. His Clyde Brion Davis: "The good
udbury" character may well old days weren't so very good,
b e a synonym for the kind after all"......
character this country pro-
d ed in batches prior to World Mr. Davis. who looks some-
r thing like radio's Dr, Christian.
udbury" was a big man in has nothing saccharine about
way-financially. poIut- him "Thudbury" dissects the
I and physically- but he good old days skillfully and clev-
't above cheating and he erly. There is, for instance,
d justify anything he want-Thu4bury's considered view of
to do. suffrage:
those days, however, most "The rank-and-file of few
A er i c a n s weren't quite males don't give a whoop about
plainspoken as they are now, voting. Maybe they would go to
were inclined to look up the polls a couple of times just
men like Thudbury and to for 4e novelty of it Then they'd
look his ruthless politirel begin to find excuses. Most of
economic maneuverings, the women would be so indig-
ture wasn't all it was nant when the major parties
ked up to be. either, in the failed to nominate Francis X
old days, Mr. Davis thinks. Bushman or Mary Pickford for
gives an hilarious account of president that they'd simply
visit of the foremost literary refuse to vote for anybody.
c of the day to the Thud-I "Thudbury" is the right anti-
Mantion. When the critic dote for people suffering from an
asked his opinion of Emily overdose of nostalgia for the
n, he says: good old days. As a debunker,
ere are so many minor tal- r. Davis is both selective and
writing verse for the pop- subtle. When you've finished
magazines, it Is simply im- reading him, 1952 looks pretty
ble to know them all." good, after all.

..Your Wife ?

low long did it take
pou to court your wife?

Its the same with advertising I '
oea Can't win customers with
e ad.. .you've got to "call
i, over a period of ime. --

SComisent advertising in The Panama

S American wins customers for you!


Women's World

tfe%6eest D2?a[- Use Designs ---

Pale, Fatric Give Lqhi Loot

BY GALE DUGAS, '...._.
Nmra Woman' lEditor 7.7; ..

and more. Americans are taking
to simplicity in home fashions.
Tortured traditional fashions
and shaky antiques still find
,favor, true, but they are no long-
er what most people want. The
clear colors, clean lines and easy
upkeep of contemporary designs
make these prime favorites
Recently, designer Paul Mc-
Cobb completed a series of seven
occasional tables to fill a varie-
ty of needs around the home.
All of them are functional, with
surfaces that are simple to care
for and all of them have definite
roles in the house.
There are a magazine-rack-
table, an oblong coffee table, an
oblong corner table, an end table
and some multi-purpose tables,
at least one of which could serve
as a base for a television set.
One of the nicest things a-
bout modern furniture is Its
versatility. So many pieces have
dual uses and thus need not be
confined forever to one room
This same designer has done!
a series of chests intended to
double as handy room dividers.
These are shown in mahogany
and are finished either in sand
drift (a warm, light tone) or
teak, which is a darker brown
shade. As an alternate to the re-
gular wood tops, there are mar-
ble tops or tops in heavy, white
i mm t m.' -

Chaise longue (left) In modern design has fabrde with utbla colouIg, flnag that are elea and
simple. Table, framed ,in satin-Afinish tbur brass, ha opaque whIS .and drift mabeapny
pieces for a small dinng-room have the light look. Side duair have matsa ofterwovea leather -as
of deep brown and backs with leather sleeves. ..

opaque glass. As an alternate to
wooden legs and stretchers, legs
of satin-finished square, tubular'
brass lend a trim look to these
large pieces.
Interiors of these chests are
f it t e d with interchangeable
trays and shelves so that they
can be varied for individual
needs and thus can seive in bed-I
room, living-room or dining-

nelpful lints For dining, there are three
different tables to meet the
Protect table tops from needs of different type house-
scratches by putting moleskin holds. A full-size table, coi-
or felt on the bottoms of lamps pletely extended, can seat twelve
and vases, or fourteen. There's an extension
--- table to seat eight to ten and
Egg beaters are easily wash- a junior table for six to eight.
ed if you twirl them in soap- As an aid to comfortable din-
suds immediately after use. ing, there's also a rolling cart
w ith removable handwoven
If starch sticks to your iron, basket, removable playwood tray
you can remove it while the and special slides and drawers
iron is still hot. Sprinkle some to hold serving equipment.
table salt on a piece of waxed Final touch is a two-piece
paper and slide the iron over it. china cabinet t h t'tS' equally
good in the living-room, where
Felt hats can be restored to it can act, as bookcase-cabinet.
wearability. First brush briskly. This designer's ne* collection
Then remove stains with very highlights the "white look,"
fine-grained sandpaper, using underscoring the use of pale,
gentle circular motion. Finish subtle coloring in both fabrics
by steaming, preferably with a and finishes. In his room set-
steam iron, holding the steam tings, he uses white glazed tile
an inch away. Brush again while for a living-room floor, for part
moist, of a, bedroom floor and an un-
glazed white tile for the dining,
Stubborn food burns can be room. These give the room an
removed from enamelware with airy look, with the white sur-
a weak baking soda solution. If faces reflecting light and pro-
this doesn't work, try boiling a viding contrast to the mahog-
vinegar-and-water solution in any finish of the furniture.
the pan. The clay tile, moreover, has
practicality since it's easy to
Sharpen a scissors by cutting keep clean, is durable, conducts
into a piece of sandpaper a few heat well and needs "few rugs ori
times. small floor-coverings.

3yi Crantberrj A ep Cake

I onGHT, S CRANBERRIES and peppermint extract ive an
air of hIMdaygayey to this dellelous Angel Food cake.
NEA Food and Markets Editor
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Cranberries for Thanksgiv- icing according to your favor-
ing, of course. But just for a ite recipe and add peppermint
new and colorful slant, serve extract, corn syrup and cut
them up in a light and beau- cranberries.
tiful peppermint flavored an- Cranberries can be made in-
gel cake. to a sherbet for one of the old.
Cranberry Mint Angel Cake fashioned touches to a meal
One and one-fourth c u p s that are always good
fresh cranberries. 114 cup sug- Cranberry Sherbet
ar, 114 teaspoon pepermint ex- (For Fowl or Meat-1 Quart)
tract, 1 package Angel Food Four cups fresh cranberries,
cake mix, butter icing, 3 to 4 2 314 cups water, 2 cups sugar,
drops additional pepermint, ex- 1 tablespoon gelatin (1 envel-
tract optional) 2 tablespoons ope), 114 cup cold water, juice
ht corn syrup, 2 tablespoonWnd grated rind. of 1 lemon,
fesh cranberrls, cut In hal,. juice and grated rind of 1 or-
Force cranberries through ange.
food chopper using coarse blade. Combine cranberries, water
Add sugar and saow to stand and sugar in saucepan. Cook
10 minutes. In the meantime, until cranberries are soft. Put
prepare cake mix according to through sieve or food mill. Soft-
fftmuctions on the package. en gelatin in cold water and
Stir in the Chopped berries and dissolve in hot cranberry puree.
peppermint extract. Bake so- Stir in fruit Juice and rind. CooL
ord to package Instructions. Pour into refrigerator tray and
To1 cake, prepare butter Ameen untlLlA.



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L3 i Iladeline
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Take the time to ehjoy the way the sunliUht falls-on Ia Ql-
umn of amoke, the lilt in a voice, the form .and color of lrowinl
things, the grace of an animal, the symmetry ot a amU1ln
building, the beauty of some passing person, the sweeteAs o a
child even the smartness of a, dress in a shop window or the
fine lines of a piece of machinery.
Make your lunch hours as delightful as. potabl
most delicioua foods you san afford atd l& th at A tA .t a3
sua ounda. If yoar work lpvoles d ealng e e
people you may get te moat refreshment by lunching, ao -
perhaps with an amuag aggazine. Otherwise, choose a com-
panion you really like and always find Mttbing.' ., r.
It you work sitting dowh. stand every fow and then, as
when you .telephone. When'something upsets you. take a walk,
if only t6 the water cooler. Make an exercise of every trip down
the hall. Walk briskly but not tensely and swing your arem.
Never bottle up worries and grievances. Tell theAm to somrem-a-
pathetic friend. But don't exaggerate or dramatize them or
you'll work yourself up more than ever. ..
Just watching yourself to avoid tension can help.yeu to re-
lax. While reading Dr. Zpinund Jacobson's latest Work on this
subject this writer fell aslep five times once on a croud
train withe open book on- her chest and the title "You Must
Relax" conspicuously displayed. It was Just the awareness of
muscular tensions which the book brought that produced this
An excellent way to attack nervousness is by learning to
face your emotions squarely and find civilized wajq to. axttd
them. RRepsseed resentments can make. a nervob wre Of
you. To. prvent them, avoid :going on and on aubttP ton
justice w t-a pse pee peet fair treatment and ptot 'n.
nice. wy;e n you are dellied it. To get away witbul., g though
you EUThi ,to be fair k.all times yourself.
= 1 y Your nerves are Jangling ask yourse wily. Per-
haps youli worried about not being able to succeed at oe ob
you must .do. Once you recognize this yod should yur
nervous enem to overcome the diffloulties involved 1 of
in ty i W inelf Into knots. Perhaps you're aftraid '
win or hol someone you love because his eye keeps
to prettier women. Having acknowledged that danger
nervous energy to making your own looks mortt
steat of wataing it in worrying all night.
Loualie Fz Ceatil.

SANTA' a yet s go6. Christ-
nmas A.h g. time is here
Cash Apa : sIt awelved a tre-
mendous iewi et of TOYS
and sueh a a variety that
I'm sure kt wl- "very hard to
choose betweb e. .
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A new haircut,' Inpired by Un Rouge ba.g.. g ars are T-wg
the coltfutes of the dancer; In Tred it winjlk bion."
T6ulouse .Lautree a tngs, Stylled tp twor
as taken by d on th head; are M ded:to
driven the poodle but quite out coiffure for eveng.. r-Thes a .
of the faUhion picture, may be made ot ral hair
formed from mwn ltle.d.
NEA Paris correspondent, Ro- bead, Jet, pear als d*r Edd
sette Hargrove, reports that The fieweaet me a-or Ial,
this cut, launched by the, mas-' dy as done .OlfaiumaeI '
ter hardregser, Oulsatme, has salooi, k tei
"an extremely casa sair With different color p ln one
a dash of the dahefWUtry Of hair Whibh harm Id
the can-c dancer. To. avoid n an extremely elEft W"
the risk of a haggy dog. look on. ,
it needs an expert hir-cutter This ids tha onoton
to achieve the 'undulted' el- effect ota'produt y r
fect. This means that the liit and is much clonse-;a. vs "
I' graded I length, sabort In rNegated hair-coloring produced
back and- gradually becoming by nature Ash e
longer in front, With a mod- grays are the most faihlodabl'I
emnied version of the old Maeu tints at peent


Here is a letter that Is a pret-
ty good answer to all the "how"
t is handed oat to women.
"I'm getting a..Uttle weMPS
all the how-to-hold-yowu.w
band adv ,
"Ther'. the 'expert' Witorises'-
Oher are fo. th br t
mile and 4r a ouft-4re
"!Ed iCT ebttel^

"etkjwae.tnown. no ad sI
has every other woman, some
ho oeery .... e-ery, ru.e
the 'exqartset up9

Smen who ,

"And Ive known bautifil
women m red .to me Who
have one tfair after a pother.
"#7 di;;. w i that th

4 married mtn. Is a matte j-
son. The man who asnt Ou ,
Isn't going be: held for
g any wman, however i
e trs to hold him"
Well, there is one woman's o-
pinion on the subject of the
wandering hu bd.
. And she al arently spK
from experience Por she sins
her letter "hlabyitter for a
yoa old."
Ofte the l-e)ter a Ititle
thought, you -ri who ha"e
-yet ud I d." '
I Is far easier to choose the
nd of man who is goingto nt
1 stay married n to
bold onto the ki W WHO aml.
Za respenme to a reeat coluin
sed on a letter frot 't lonely
woman who asked how a StMan
er could -fiMd ends I lo
eltya university teace w
have lived in I
e of a
stMOL The.,di in ct
at tes l fe a
a ordeall to Jbe nwo
Zr and dul A
es are cold s d

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"A b Opens New Era A Soiaa .&**** zI-a,37
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hBol ,ockta, trc.E. -i Browt Tet. d ^d i
h Of .. or.. lTher r-nors.3'v.---.a -r". bal Maonic Temple. Mr's P
rve ,lie Turner will preside at
0 -binsiness meetingg.
WASHINGTON (UP, The shi t mst be able to submerge, '
5lf the-otomic-powered- sub- or U die ter. acn Mrs.elgafor th 's evenFr
I rie is here and It promises Cmdr. Beach's Trigger, thers a Mrs. e
a revolution in underseas war- magazine reports, is capable
a. Wat-will make previous o- alead of going faster sub- rfg b leet Offers
S..2.. 'prptl0 eem Spuny. merg than on the surface. T M s*ca
A e MAlre submarines t r a ve I Short and chubbier than the a et athM i
M. I ter s merged than on the fleet t such submarines have at the Marrita Club
feiM dew "O 1 They have uncanny n e for opaeatvg te e |t of ori, i-
o daRean; h .-and. secr t ni the D re ir, 'engines at perlsdope Scatactay Nvb 2N
ae f ce l. Metac tn;re Schweso tterw it Sydne Janii -idev ice that completely change depth, secret electronic equip- Clowint a
Rerta-r / Mrs. Kurt ltiire e e ms- the character of their operations. ment and high-powered bat- the clu: eside
teubrings iracke iene.tht
A-r4raDc In the world of series for deep-water maneuver-
Mrs.. w ;ra are tu ees Al ng, so Director Lynn 1.4treol
.. ? the N. .tio na stant director. Ma .r J.
"heppBer W wumalready Nepons Ready HumphdShretary-tr
'*lhlbii Wind-Up'. uaa, neds of World War II as In ad o.n to the new attack feronna Hr F Re
Sf e a e l Wlete as the Model T Ford. boat te atomic submari e o ein iree
.ea H e-usea fftra, Fsher report, the hg h scorers for the even
'~ofthe..0. ien greater undersea re- udeRa fleet today the h south. ev
Sand is promised, Fisher re- n rapu n ed guppyy" th and o. illus
Sand y b the world's first ato- s ilerxlble oilers, and W E. Gibson: .
h by te ~ Ipwe- dred submarine, U.S.e. troo adr picket boats Sanders, Jr. and Mr.,
n Morris at utl, now on the wa.y near ang launchers. Bur; 3.. Mr a nd w t.
Sebta'l ama i4 2 W London, Conn. Iwetponsrs a homr- tll. East nd w.. C.E
Moe.. M a t n With upailum as fuel, at6m i ngM uh sUnerring- rs. J. Humes. -".MHa mr
Yt.of9 t u esday MNetinof' a tw u e cgsae bmiarines should be ae to ly to I, uea l enedy and Mrs.
Mrlf" f we. T eay, ,,M nGreupeInto the ace I that.truins de-finitely at great the so ship I IbV
;ile ohae e Play-Reading Group of h arne col depth.oair would be needed seanrunning
a the Canal Zone College Club for the atomic engines. oe o u target's Royl Netberland's Mana
'aa .*M. nr to ,r.rB.rIs acttooe u Mr. Hern o
s o a iatthe hoe home of Mrs.Wi T ve p Under Water Weave *, seeking n man Von Zonn
t ,nNrs. Julo A. Richard C. Sergeant, 2473 Mor-- -U AN ESIIs Tic s
Md-- uthe artists for the l- Nte t
I -SrMas r tethe gue s .of ga Avenue, Balboa., iusc. The It has been e mtitisted Flnoefl- Gr-- Ii being for the Ros alNether la
S1eSr I, iocktailt, Mrs. ,-. B. Browni and' rs., r every be t and contest cnally that the first nuclear c placed IT. Navy, the te-teamshln roIsnv and
-. Mr. an r O.. rLep will bec in chea'rb r~des e rnae,d ntAndre powered submarines probably article y1 upon counter- .u u Rcn are ussatua
iE-a e at of the program based On cried that the sim.- would, be able to make 3 apts measures g st th abmarine Cta Reica and arev r a
h .* current 6w York success I .every b' ltad contested subsere consider -new iteilng and tracking s, H tel Wayhnq M d .
Moon In Blue" by .', Hugh Her- ev d con ter tan op speeds most subs, and surfacd attack weapons
bert..nB-- Innewweirs Zonnevald w? 1 make tYe.
desert. so t aind o n- modern surface warships. such as the mortar-like "hedge- ENSIGN AND MRS. JAMES P. OR1SEYT. following their recent at Rrazos Heihts. He ws '
e Thus omes the prei tio of hog. marriage in Norfolk. Virgifflia. Mrs. Dorsey. is the former Miss merly stationed on the Isthmus.
,It to the crowd. Th.s Mcmnes the prdlrto. of hog."
'I erenterta mbers of the. C ell-e Club t sort .,. l crisolat. Cmdr. Edward L. Beach, skipper Despite that, Fisher writes, Lemerle Esneault. daughter of Mr, an Mrs. Henry L. Esneault '
her bridge and. there n ests are in d. & e artists of one of the Navy's newest t- many officers t t h e a u b- formerly of Brazos Heights, C.Z. gn Dorsey is the son of Mater P to Be Presete
f h brig e O .e. hnflited. i Om to/efrlger ar tists Of The of ter Nay' ne Dorsey of''ige < A
lub p at her hone in stuc to t to th end, shwittrs tack submarines, U.S.B. Trilger: marine some day ill nherlt.tb Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dorsey of tle DeLesseps Area. s The Critobal Hiah Tcoool
Carnival D nce Classes wasoI to them. hi ho "A number of submarineT-- seas. As yet tIere is no certain n young Do rseys are residing at 9 Wilson Drive, New Orl eans, The T Th i
Ioluded Mrs. At USJW ~w r anticlmctic. sW oat was and that includes me," he .said, cifense, no one sure counter- La., where Ensign Dorsey is stationed with the MSTS. and the Dramath C f i
rs. o-iate a ,tai ortoa and i ed to be a thulering tw "foresee the day when all war- measure against it. elg el wl CboCsbl
emos fu T J It s cru car tiv dances wil.- a of art strike us rI th -rtentone fD orned are eesi a sw O ns Tao oI
Jrw. "' .Verne ri .J'. H, rr t the UO.TJWB Armed, ma g ci a s Elipi tr- SEAGRAVE-KING WEDDING ANNOUbICEMENT in the HIPh SEhool AudlOsrte.
aw, M. .. Powell and Forces Servies Center op Thurs- a, an interesting humluu docu- S..n Seeks Way To o a ,Mrs. Anna M. King, of Balboa, aad Mr. Earl M. Seagrave,21 and 221at8: n. Thed
s4 A ,m day at 7:3ep.m i and Will be mont of a chaotic gloomy age. L o bofGatun, announce their engageent and approach mar- ilason fee is cents
continued weekly on consecutive ,, Moc.a.nyl rage.
or lra Offlems Wives Thursdays until Carnival time. cThe ceremony will take place at the Gatun Union Church, The
. Captain Louis Tovr bf Pan- e aths During Operations Saturday, November 22 at 7:3 p.m. No Invitations are being The lead in the lay are
eo 6i iobba fliers Wives ama, who t well known for hi nanWri tin T ests issued and friends are invited to the ceremony and the recep- tby Margaret Je dr
1 ~sIts.. qthly business tersfclhorean performance of -- l O tion which will follow in the chure* parlors. o an sac
^*'--,-,^.-. I-e-ti ..y na lye P .naman dances wili-Before a o. o of
S recently native Panth u dances arriag M ILWAUE, WJs., (UP) -A stimulant, such as adrenalin An outbreak of typhus In
Austin e th Cleveland, o says that is used to ad in restore heart Miss Rebecca Schweitzer Weds Ensign and Mrs. C. A. An- lea during 19-44 was
E he cof- C rDivorce saesoeverys10,1 action when the organ at a Lt Lepetich, U.S.N. rs e sra w
SeLiie- and Mrs. falisl an eth and their patients dies while on the opera, standstill. At a nuptial mass in the Sta- from Norfolk, Va. Ensign Ander- disease-carrying lice. It wa
and Mrs. les an the public are co- LINCOLN Neb. U.. A eating table because of he a t Heart stoppage ma be caused ton Chapel on the Coco Solo Na- son will be stationed with Suad- first time n history, says
S.d ted. had expert says that iffailure during an operation, by onesthemia, o or un- val Station, Miss Olive Rebecca rein VP-45 at the Coco Solo Na- National Geograhic Societ
Sam nite e A Wcou their handwriting Dr. Claud Beck said "t h e known causes, he said, but it Schweitzer of Cristobal. daughter val Station. that such an epidemic was thus
,q dtce-an they ana yed before marriage "nine number of death may be even usually is quite easy to get the of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome halted.
Terg. Fitsl- T se out of 10 divorced would be pro-t h he ." t heart to beat again through Schweltser. of Whittier. Califor- Ensign and Mrs. A. L. Heald
1 W ith z- ThoPr l tie 4 tWbvened He called t "a tragedy of the massage and other aids. nia bqame the bride of Lt. Jo- came to the Isthmus recently
S ti bito close ut Rajb 3 t11ewnson, Lincolnt, firt order so awful we must Back told of one successful seph -. Lepet h. of Coco Solo, from Wallingford. Conn. Ensign
"ung.,ir J d exb itoare raueitedto a' al -'o f handwriting not let It happen." ease in whieh surgeons. took son of 'Mr. an Mrs. John Lepe- Heald is stationed on the "Tim-
siland Jle 'tM ~ 's true peter. Addreslsg a meeting of the turns and mrassapd a patient's tie of Cu ertino and San Fran- balier" at the. naval Station.
'r.. "eaestg *I'3 u. aco nderst ', each Wsoon1li. State Medl al Pole- he. -fdr four hours to restore ulaco. Callfornia.
.o.. .hat's t, a marriage ty, Dr.- Deck described is proS itsaction. o
would often save gam to revive patients whChalain E. X. Praino er-Lt. and Mrs. J. W. Anderson
l 'E^- p'ee^. ..'. :r' ,ql_ftetV s r I afoed the double ran erenmo-
Sb :r with their brain while undergoing ugery. formethe double ring ceremo reJL-r i g
%o. air hoads,'t he He is a professor 61 cifardl-as ny Saturday, November 15. at .1
t alar at rr..3W ,w 'I 8 -1, ni ne o ock STERS
D-g- ilek *iI.e 'Je Oo "SVases of w white gladiolI were s
".TII.. e"tt "dath" he a used on the altar and tandin had v CANDLESTICKS '

Sr t In. TEt SILV C LCE accompanied Mrs. Jean Dermont i
t- vehts the Reita Wok. Te traditional wedding mach- Veneuela
5 ad f0 "The poe is," ne said, "to THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA es were used for the procession and is.i h brother and
l j! UW get oxyten to the blood ErnestHeminwAp e and ee oornafl, ati Inw,- Mt. add.Mr. Lee
..,-o-n- through helagenl gs ,Then the reA.... ..... eKargr'o Watunh He All leave

t Aon 4rr3111ill If you use a 'tn'.e46 th winent rin damage i likely to Giovanni GuaBeoch te nwho ohang le e s a .tin.s
PW 0W1e/your vIcuum aI frbetm TX A MAN CALNED UTER neckline formed by a yoke of ny- AJuso. Agee.'e
aee. el*so annd it in c ls pt. Old w tO, The prooequre Beck recom- CatHerine Mdarshall. lEn, to which the lace was scial- ThIe .0.K.. Club of Cristobal
'i. ru-mm tot lbo -dded, calls for an immediate open, The Diary of a Young Girl. long fitted, pointed lace sleeves
*o em ofIG fri8.$HooI nia.i8~ .'d. .... "oi", of t chest by surgery and TEN 8EA AROUND US were trimmed with self-covered
eoen d- t1gthrOw tIee th maa4 f' the heart. T hat Rachel L. Caaon. buttons, as was the back of the
iBfe hos anre o8:. and .;0. p.,m. cauIe it to pump the blood. TiHE GLITTER AND T H E b~dice. The very full gathered
ets otw fob the until. Nove4hbtn SimXltaneeusly, a tube carry-mGOLD shirt was made with an overs.kirte P:f=1
te iGrg xygen 'S connnected be- Co Vande1llt Balsal. oft lm finished Wlith the natural
cirudlte tuhth sbb shd the bag is squeezed to C Mer Ldward L: eaa fM orhrt double wveil
'dyi. ... lhealss of Drlamates Of the maae the lungs "breathe." Z e bv a satin and
0' M"rleCn-rd0. wtoo-, scoh_ .. .- ll .. "Ilurried a totsage iI
SpA m aetW oltu, g .ve Chmfes Good"n white orchids. u"RiEtF RiS

Wd... .pment Idn the operate ng 'e as-
in Is ready for use, a surgeon -- .nyl,- net
nc Aufteuemn |of the ms t19 iPr, a 'nlate poorm hed f
xe rovinQgd.p pi.dg .. ..L 'e0 on to enaBee him to ai w eas cew that i t
-turkey" sraod mon pi W OWi the-heart' is "almost (U)-Thir- ra to that of THE F ET WEI
.. .- ..' be p Iowhich a of ad&gande f to r.reu i in reviving at ANNE i Jtrilo pditastifeacap sleeves. The very r ul, e'
...... ,,.tac patients lfor arn eivtiOp en Dar ane Gi t t skirt was made eHsEter:
p" 'Paro fie lof proram to prepare wil em as Idaho. FLUe mit and a covro-e
rof the operation D EsAROtNDSof w t orchidwsand net in rIIIA LIPT
.__1_o'tnthe necessary dcI t. they bY er icwers were a cor- I FUL-LERIJ I A
,ebulat for eweh operations r daroom. Iotes e the s ae flowers encr-
"$da -- also saJd an outside. a trr-. ele et. Her accessories

'LI.erRU DptI LtonalLe was
d .'oyn isCED L LCb1o was held at the
suBnananestc1Slo Officers Club at 11:00s ,P
.,an"ebg 'se t' o," TherdL brieshotaoblevi CHOOSE YOUR PATTERN

-PANAMA-ECUADOR wtkd h a three-tired wed-
MroCstre bride and froom. Ms So-',

Ohie D. Mc innlne served the
at.' VIA cake. after the bride, and drnom
r -e in v'Ith their retention were: Miss

(AEROVIAS EGiATORIA .A ,) Eva$ nsse and Miss Mary Jeanne,
A-e, 'Later in the day the brle 'nd
-- Tbroom left for a shnrt honvv- .Y
by 4 -. mIooon on the Pacifi RIde of the"
...... pf t er cIsthmus. stnoain a at the Hotel 2

.. Panma The bwa rise's groln ttoaway nd
".4-_M,. I .. 30 18.80 I1 dress. with which she usedSEE OUR AGNI
U YAQUIL. ".00 w'tte e- r .asorf0
Thev will reside o th rsrtflal-I
RK. .... 11,.00 ouse in New CristIbal qSnti- '
YORK ......"thev. the" sail on November S2
II3~O ....... 10 i35. or New York. rt t.enetlch. Ire- WINDOW DISP
S7 .. 100turinrn to inetii,' stit-iq Tb' v
7. .,i,0w;l drive to California to make
..i .e i v their home.
-..., detallsvisit Arte's offia T' --1
... 1.-Recent Arrive Is at Coce glE
,.. .ent .Jamen Facer and children. Joan
..,..eond James. arrived Wednem*vN P.
". from Califarnia m. wpme mnft In JUAN PALOMERA
A"lflalbobyvLt. and Mrs. T"red
Commander 1'se.r will replace
,:v; ..... t Wrob~a s WteIer In eae COLO?
ne Rtaro r Dvfe,--. in the'

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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents.or our offices in No. 57- "H" Street Panawi by Guenther R phardt, (Her- urar .
mit, lage) .l_.a ga !lled report of
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n a eoier a Wa et's partt in of
Ithe underground b gt.aint t
L Servcoviet agents. some respect .
Lewis Service Salon de Belleza Americano Carlton Drug Store n l a "thrll' ntsde.crip- s ..e
No. 4 Tivoil Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and No. 55 West 12th Street 10.059 Mel]nder Ave.-Phone 255 Colon lti on of c I rimps"St il- l y1sto
Red agents r n the ited States.
Propaganda, S.A. His documentary style es Irm- 1 aeSlt
Propaganda, S.A. Minimum for 12 words pact to his account. hich cov- 1ty 1
orrith of Juln's Agencia Iternacional de Publicaciones ..H" Street corner Estudiar.te St. each additional word. rs the unso ved 193a acneern t siIn gI d
Fourth of Julv Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 3-2214 and 2-27098 c ech additional word. New o ult Poynf I 1
Reinhardt says she was murder- 17 Aftal go* .0
ed by Moscow-picked gents on S11 11111 w ,dIat
the Saw Mill River road north h ogit 7 M ail
FOR S fUK *ALC f 3 with Leon Trotsky's slayer In239M.ber B
.ousehod Aultomobil 0Do yo u lve a drinks, -o Furshed houses On Beach at Santa PROFESSIONAL excoCity ail, Ci (ab.) ,DnAsattW
HouseholdWrite Atkoholil. .mnym.m. Aee Clara. Phone Shrapnel, Balboa nists in Guatemala and an as- 24ato a~
Fo ALE 1: ngro set FOR SALE.-1941 Oldsmobide. Just 20|1 AsM. C. .L 2820, or see Caretoker there. tonshing report of Red pene- mion 2 4eiTmaC
FO SALE -F,. ... : i ...ngrmoo-' e .erhauled, duty paid. Good con- e DR c -- traof0n of U.S. military govern- Ur.ataloia
Sr.e e ..,ach,ne.groom don. One M. Hohmer accordion DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. Grmich Santo Clara beach- RATS meant offices in 2ermanyo.- At ak. i
,",- r.-,e r .. -s chnes. 330-E Phone 6-324. Estudionte Street No. 140. Be- cottage. Electric jce boxes. gas RATS aremes enhardt melodrqm a- y8reek A
_.jr h.usehl4-4d 'ems. 330-E one tween "K' and "J" street. Phone stoves., moderate roles. Telephone PEIJ1VE GUESTS tic but the information be has slea
Fe-drn f..uel -I-4',I FOR SALE: -4 Bulck, Roodmoster. 2-3479, Panama. 6-441 Gamboa. 4-567 Pedro Mi- IF YOU REALY WANTr accumulated and fthe lear pie- n
se.. .., i 'sedan 4 doors, black, ver,% "uel. sture drawn of Comm unit ,-
FO R SALE '- S, rnM, r'.s bedroom mgo oder dcon di.on. Em bassy o f A rm!Experienced type writer repair m an T O G E T R 1 O FA Ta cmMlof C o m m nist
Cement cc.rd- ,a new Vene god condon. Embassy of Ar- offers services home or office. Call PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The plotting in the U. 8. is worthy 3
t n bl rdl Borgo.n Dr,Ces -Modu- Agen.-re I- ..... i Tel. 3-1081, work guaranteed. only court in Santa Clara with an USE of careful attention....
Io r,. Aparn-.enr Ei Cangre-FQ- O.ALE Dodge 1951 Saton Oceanview from all cottages. Steps R N n an ', th wl M ,iiiti1ft1
n.c.urd 2rd floor Apt. \Vogc.n 13.000 miles only See at Special THANKSGIVING and FOOT to beach. Rock Gas rerigeration. A F R In 18 and 178, the newly-
,gcu 5 e I- l- 17 2 -A Curundu r call 83-7234. BALL FLIGHT to MIAMI. Round barbecue and shuffle board. Pan- Ra n M Ki endepnt Aeriean e b
F L cE isrethmu 7 Monday to Friday. Trip only $100. Leaving Nov. 27. ama 3-1877. Margarita 3-167. & M se Killer were -deeply divided by disagree-
el C,,'e Frrgedo ,.r ... returning Dec. 1. Contact Pan- Bo 3No.835 alborart contains6 W AR-PARIN e t ou he ne co t
Wor o.colh n 3 Gal tank IFOR SALE-1940 Buick Sedan, ver ama Dispatch Service. Tel.. Pon- oon The wealthy planters andi '
atble lm o pned tar, gcod condition, $375. Phone office 1655 or R. J. Stress, Balboa 2596. t ion. The wealthy planters and
T Mo ui- o 2 3. voo eboo 430.- _o_ rO tK R EN TG EO F. NO V EY merchants of the eastern sea- .
TrSALEc1952 2 door Che- Relble Clean IC merchants of the eastern sea-
C-"-total ____ rolet Sedan, Power Glide, low mile- Zone. tfIaton but the small farm- 41
FOR SALE Q M Furr..e age, excellent condition. F. M t R -- ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS er and the pioneer settlers of
dresser. table, chairs s.ngi. bed Foor. 578-F, Curundu Hgts Phone Travel via "AREA." "the Route of rwo pnd five room furnished and DR onrs the i c ioneer settlers of
.d ch e Ap -t. Bol- 83-3226. he Good Neighbor" NO INCREASE unfurnished opartnents; private n- MODERN FURNITURE rights. Inglis Fletcher has made "'
d c ne IN PRICES!..FREE MEALS AND closed rdens. 8061. 10th Street. V4sitos Wo.OOM this :altttton the setting for 41
b,.a tFOR SALE--1949 Chevrolet Co- COCKTAILS! One-wy to MIAMI New ristbo. Telephone Colon s Qu Girft, Bobbs-Merrill
FOR SALE. Automanoc asr,,ng errible De Luxe with rodio Cream $67.00.. NEW YORK, $111:00 I 186. .pveen n th and last novel of Fri,.dare like n e w.,h black top. Excellent condir.on GUAYAQUIL $75.00..- QUITO e1386. phol his ,arolina series." Bneo
25C,; hot wvarer herer. 2': gol Phcne Balboa 2-6341, building $8600 Round trip MIAMI. $120. FOR RENT "HERES" h Great debate Which was 5 ined, nr 11.. Ke- 78s. Ancon. 60..NEW YORK $208.60 .... N endng the country here w s i sC
nator refrgearor l e r. oien e-FOR SALE.-1950 Nash. A-1 con-I GUAYAQUIL. $135.00... QUI- Rooms 77 uto ow St nst,and compared to I53* '" ,.;.
,tng cond.l.on 11 C Call Pan dcon, radio overdrive, bed. $1- I TO. $154 80.A .EING 4-engine R m [ s ina i--*t t ". ----
cma 3-321 1ater p n-. Oler 275.00. D. W. Keih. urundu aes For more details see PAN- FOR RENT:-Cool furnished room d rysonal conflict bedetwee, homn Ad
e-.p.res 19 of No, at t,me Fre Dept. Tel. 83-2212 AMA DISPATCH SERVICE, 6ppo- convenient for transporloton. In- leta ier fans will remember
,11 be picked or s SAE: 1941 Buick. -- sdr e Ancon Busstop. Telephone 2- dependent entrance. Call Tel.- Trasportes ate. S. A. a the prlncIpal figures in-a-
ren. FOR SALE: 1941 Bunck, "1-door 1 655. 1081. lelgh'j 'dp Rutledg, tide- '
cheap transportation; good tresh081. Shipping, moving, storage. la.len, tide-
Ln ortonCod Grey Glory, the only permanent md FOR RENT--2 accomodated vn.Shipping. moving. stolagaer a n by nhert-
,;nd LEgood co ndition Tel. 3-at original finish. C all C orozal 2 24 2'; rey y erm anen r m ode FO R R EN T ---2 accom m odated 'ven- W e p a ck a d o ra te o r m o v e W ) nc a iea c : ha on e foo t an d
.n-.1 9good cond.CrCon Tel. p-e. exclus.ely for whale or grey hair. tilated rooms. In residential ec- W e PlCk and Orate ot heart in the
SFOR SALE-1941 Buck Club Coue. Guaranteed not to discolor. Genell tion. Cal 3-377 anything. 'Phone 2-2451, ild Illinois cortr, while
O- excellent condition. $350 cah Bliss. Cocoli Beauty Shop. 4-557. Fie is ott rbdiwhe his
FO' SALE OR TRADE 50 CI. Ben. Reo.on for ,sel,.ng, le ,o-. F R SAL 2-2562, Panama, wife l nentiret absorbed in the -
d,x 'ash,r, mOchrnexcellent Isthmus. Telephone Panama 3- SPECIAL EXCURSIONS! AL fortite. of her family estate. -- -
c,'nde.on. Cal 2"7-3 321 .]g94. FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO Motory-,l e -ueene. Gift. to Edenton, where ,_^_ joI. e ,
R -tal- R- SLE:- 141 ackrd 20One way $85. round trip $135 115 Motorcydeei mui ofGift, in Edenton, wheohn n
FOR SALE -M.ahogany co ee table FOR SALE: 1941 Packard 120 day-limiti. $160, good one year); y -Norton
v.;h gloss top. large ne model 4 door. good transporta- to LOS ANGELES, one way. $149. FOR SALE; Norton Internaotonal -HIROPRA O tesplae eaton ofFedel 2
b505 spo ooee. e Balboa2. 2-' on, motor and tires. Leaving Isth- ]5, round trip $252.35. 90 day- 500 cc. with extras. 2.500 miilis Thomas Armtrong, one of ofet ed eralo m I
-- 0-B Akee Balboa. mu. Duty paid, price 5350. Phone ,,t1. Panarrn Dispatch Servce op- excellent shape, $600 terms, 211 Am ns O SK Britain's best selling noveloa- et g fro= SV a
FO-: SALE -Brand new Super De DabLo 2-17.____ poste Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama 5110. un 273- Oric t.: Ists, makes his bow with Adam report at the regular mi
Lu.xe 5 cve.e: Ea-' Spn Dr FOR SALEn -1952 oUnder 30k 0tl 2-1p65.e 12 anL BrunskiU .sh,ng meoc-,hne Frt 1.a200 00 S edon. Under 3000 mie. perlect FR SALE PoStIOn O ere Ae l .I long, episodic but every reada- Kennedy, id mW rom t take Fhone -336-43 Wii occapt trade. Phone Alboo FO AL s ion ere (i block from Luo theatre ble story of Ith century lead, speakers from the
D.ablo Ht5 __ 6207. Ssihat@- ** ***** mining In Yorkshire's North p aer Sonltd maa
mFOR SALE:-Portabl Whe sew OR SALE:-- 195 H.illmn. 4 door M C ll nr h -nq l-'-i-iri- -ffe work,' inng A erki s aoth p iitl. 25 or 60 cycle. Like sedoan, excellent condition, duty FOR SALE:-t,0. redrds going at cormepondese ei fillei.-Apply HAVE FUN ANDwnFRIENDS e hlnd-
new. Sews forward and reverse, 4 paid Phone Balboa 4296. $1.00' a doen! Grand clearance in hdwiti at p a tune in the .
o pin bu otton ale hmaers.$1 1c00 1 FOR SALE--1951 Pontiac De Luie of new and used records at both education., e- r s ARN: Waltu, Fexi ttere When. aorkir's CIA
incomplete. Phbuttone ma2-3316. 5434-A, Hydramotic. seat covers PANAMUSICA stores No. 127 eit, Also steal malery d~d end tRWt, Jitterbg, fell on lea ti..A4udam re- '~4
Dcompleteo Hgt. rad, 12,000 miles, tires and Central Ave. and Nd. 4 Monteserin enchoe phbfrph. Addm.s': '!SrAId Rhami-hl aIbae tllo to Ehglal i and. r4 Ro14 t *prouu
eto T o T eC-ra. rodo, T he C r a: E I sf a n s1,0 rdVh2:
bo_ _-- engine in eKcellent condition. $1. (between Trott The Cleaner and o-erapher Q. 0 o x ., pOr i.,.- mambo. finsb h elt i -a" ... .
T r o pic a l T h ea t re .)@ m e It. .s .
FOR SALE 90000 of which $900.00 con be Tropical Theatre.l *" P..TE0l*esson ft- scand -al loe M. so4 l. InS
FO RSA L E_ __o_ _0 L6 FO U N D
Boate & Motors tween 8 ond.4 p. Jel puppies. Call Ft. Claytorn 87 .-, O &W %_ t4=72
5207 or Qtrs. 380-A Ft. Clayton. LOST:-$10ODUN14 nmines.M"f 0v
-40F SALE:Bud26 oo cabNo 65, Crser FOR SA E FOR SALE:-Complte ham station st ocket bk 'lost Bin ConALBOA Y. C.A. t the
25-40 tobal Yacht Clubo DI, N. 565, rs- Estate for 25 or 60 cycle current. 32v2 containing wallet with. car Iecnse, ouu~ ta proves one of te
t h CeTransmitter, HRO-50 receiver, 3 Jotsery tickets, C6dula, keys, pen, :best flgh ItsIn recent fiction. e .n lo ad .1
PERSONALS ^ FOR SALE OR RENT: Completely element beam, phone patch, D-104 penci. etc. Call Colon 1221. ---- ..
PERS'OLO" ,AL O penENT:c- Completely'I'll, et. E ..........1221. h"re&'.
P S Afurnished modern 3 bedroom cho- mike, coax cable. $1,200 value. Lw The hrT-Ps of -iSr, ( __
HUMAN ENGINEERING. Corrective let, mile beyond police booth Come take a look and make o bid dining identification papers driver,. ,
Chorrera. I hectares all fence:. complete. Quarters 125-A, Ft. e rs licese, rmone, etc. Rwad A mund Wilson, veteran, liteaF ,
SAdjustment of the Body Structure Good buy. Ideal for retired family Kobbe KZ5WD. .Call Balboo 2-642 critic, Offers i ontemperA-
l 38 e po and chicken form. For nforme- FOR SALE:-Upright piano, bench, ry mpreseons of the littra i r Y ade m lo t ]A:C .
m ,ert. A t- on Tel. 2 3-18075 2-3078 porch & shades, mahogany quar. Of Boscene in the 1920's.. WilsOn 1 iortation; adequate housing
S. 2-1152. termaster library table. Metal dres- Store Offers t judgments on the work of such nedcalt oaL.
FOR SALE:-Mode-n bungalow on ser. P hone 4-459. 8 authors as Fitzgeralh Menckln, Qfa mt lfltoI
51udent oes Long av;0t. FOR SALE: Pedigreed Dachshund Dr vewI Setrov Sdplenatr Sut 1

Way ro ra washing machine. Prtly urFOR SALE:-AKC Registerd Great a t hg in driup- hs d h g
nshed. Inquire of owner., House Dane Puppy. Fawn with black been opened on rn- iK o E rg ein- th P
Bu He Made Gorgona Beach. Cash or terms mask. Balboa 1606. Lake near here. e2i lil. Pn tta -- TeL -2113 Edna St. VeweBcent Moid. oTo o tee increased Cost i f
St. Bellc Vista. 4-ply 6.70 x 15 tires (3 new, the r lakeboats almost up t of Miss Millay. ov l ere on le t
AMERICUS, Ga. (UP) A 575 00. 1 Sheet 3-8" plywood te ofrnt door hfa smaml o u on ,
20-year-old student from Bag- WANTED (good for train track) $4.00, louv- p insto eandha WAYshopWashington Only -
dad, Iraq, has started classes at A T Esizes $2.50 each I Set T o
Georgia Southwestern College rs Bridge la $2.00. Pedes fan The store also i flC l t 10 i n. Td ea
here after a trip that would rental apartments, bath Io Man .-GivnenNTotalwHobardusegua I
$here ater a trip that would 25 00, Simmons Studio Couch for s meing bad In the w in New.
have discouraged almost any- WANTED:l-Immediatelv. furn"shed (double or twin beds) with co-er will be mng a end Inthe winiE.UIn N w rH ou ...
one. two bedroom apartment, complete $60.00. Erector sets newlyl $3.00 twr resort. ;"eas a weekend* fy-o t
Young Abdu Amir had never with hot water, for respible eachtennis rackets. Child's leath. eo r
been outside his native country couple with one c hd. Pleie c all er baseball gloves $2.00 each..'W ,. (UP)-h eorge- January, aorett L. es' .4"
til he left Bagdad by buis for Panama 3-4775. Space saver venliloators bronze $3 .weaetlect- KentucklP1 will be the 'rGre La
Weyrouth. d on00 pai, chrome streamline venti-If f t e let-tle of -
When he arrived In Beyrouth ANTED:Engneers leel, Tel 2- tors $3 00 pair bow chocks $3. ot of the ber of the "tus e
he found his ship already hat 00 pair. stern flg$ Pole socket $2. tatives who WIR"
sailed. Eventually he found 00 combination prt and starproperly aenatr"
a to Marseillte. Free bod light $6.00o Allone Refrl- Ve d eletorald votes Withers, the tunop !ea DeM-
ly to find there that his shp gean Compressor $5.00. Alu-t i t 's so o
would not sail foo another minum dishes. House 718-B, Pra- O n
motih in u doyTl -ge Is vets a to lons. trict, was a hm _er fh s Un-
Undiscouraged. Abdul V ; __" ted Stat es a"te r the
Uor:anHcotined w-00. 'the Federal- use the title e f ]f re -

- t Abdustral turn : three 5434-A, Dablo Hgts. be W iterwllbe ol
f l of- -padcturns ,ntorgiveorianuthave Tn ti_.i ntrinshshe House Of epea tvWms.'

away purposes.
It Isn't the Industry that isl
the donor, however, it's the busl-:
aesses that buy them for ad-'
vertlsing purposes.
According to Steelways, ma-
gazine of the American Iron
and Steel Institute, advertisers
foot the bill for about half the
50 billion matches used yearly
in tile United States.
Despite the fact they are give-
away items, surprisingly few
book matches are wasted.
"When 9.000 discarded match
*,books collected from Chicago
s treeta were examined recently,"'
Steelways said, "It was found
* that only seven books contain-'
m d unused lights."
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FOB SALE:-Bargain. Ply-
.eath 1951, perfect condf-
Gen. 4-door, 5 white side-
-Va tms. almhoot new. easy
jymeats. Paroe Lefevre.
Hom 3-46"4.

Dressed in the unalfrm of a
General. Kinr Gitatav Adolph VI,
of Sweden, pose for his birth-
a:4.v pirait. in tle eyst ceou
at Stockholm. The Swedish mon-
arch will be 70 ye&nars old Nov. 11.

old main building has bats in
ilts attic.
Neither the bats nor univer-
stiy officials are happy aiout
The university has made sev-
eral unsuccessful attempts to
drive the bats out and now
workmen are building an R.O.
T.C. rifle range in part of the
attic. ,
The bats ceaselessly squeak
their protest to this Invyaion of
their privacy. After all, there
been tenants in the building for
at least 60 years.

MEMPHIS, enn. (UP)-All
heads were bowed in prayet t
the Central Cwhritian C h re
when suddenly a voice blared
forth: "calling car number two
...investigate riot at" and
;gave an address. The church'
publice address system had
crossed with the police

This Parisipn shopper, with his
diving limet pnd mowtn, iis all
set for u-dersea )urney, and
appears ready to present the
King of the Sea with a new
crown. 'Visitors to the "Fles
-Market" tbe glpatie fl k-and-
eurio shopping district, often
come away with even more tIn
Seogruots bits t "loot."

OR SALE:-Bargaua. U1U3
4 door. pWrfhe *--
dialo. 5 new tIr. leather
I*et _e.ers. lemt g,.

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ible characters of "Lea f Wrr o."e eEddi
Cenot rhe summert 0-0 --( FT ... "ila e Jo son awry1A

blues" producer Fred Kot filue- French vii p, 'BishopS rec- astar as the famou
elected star of internat n ,rq tory, a Xte factor, the Brassele will star as thope fan(o
werh flnown -- Michael Renni streets and sewers of. Parls,l entertainer "The Road tH
Idr Valhen and Robert Newton convict galley p and a con- amr after they complete
season's biggest roles was enadt Javert. Rennie, who came vent. was entrusted to the dl- "The Road to the Moon"... Errm
nounced by Jack L. WAer. to the fore in "Trio" and "The reaction of the past of Flynn's next door neighbor I
Miss Reed .wi a eand. "The Black Rose," has w on the movie art, Lewis Mlst London, where he is filming "T
Ming emetni s a WatuiXe", standing as an American star Richard Murphy author the we Warners, is Mo
er picture, that on girl whos in his more recent films, while screen play of this new edition Sea Rogue" for Warners, is Moa
contempt for a man she regards V, "Odd Man Out" and "Tress- blota" Dark-hared John Payne's hir
as a weakling t u ual q l h n taornmen e
reto. t. f11 S e titian-tinted to match his r ee.
recta &e film -beard for Technicolor camera
son producing for Warner Bros. on UI's "BSwords Against Th
0.'TheRecordsoTheRecordsMast" ... Beef goes sky high
l w aeta* O T OWarner Bros, is flying 125 pouni
For ;it &.etw *s h e A of frozen steaks to the Fijia fo
voic q fif On C e SE S Ma R ahd I Burt Lancaster and members d
Mout l .. the s ltie q : ,,* "is Majesty O'Keefe" company
* 1. Sh eme relaer o S tsrs Agan Sh,_optrn
f of 1952, Louis Armstrong, trum- steady fare of curried rice on
0 a- ft, eBdhelleft Wi- girl Ronald Colman murders. peter, toured the concert halarou
:te.. t *Mll.n NWate tts oineZ 4"he spreen7s top Director George Cukar" tested and dance halls of the Unite l IN
SllW'$ thehe ..,'" I .., 'her, but the results were so bad states with one of the most
D, there" Were first ou that shelley was all set to re- talented jazz ensembles ever no reoo d (UP) Ae an
10*. 51. t pr .t1 In the N-- trhto New York and the show organized. HOLLYWOOD (UP) AS an
Jad i' in o b Okiahomal" when Canor Oats- actor, Paul Picarnil Is dead. That
*1 n la b .toles ted upon a second test. This IN THE RECORD BC3UNDAY. ii not'a might n.O
of h 1' 6i0 l time, the possibilities he had The group now has broken The fact is ith Plceal seems
.i lred -Its" enased in te.u ioung adtrse were .The millions -of jazz lov shtiuffle off i mortal coil
S* .. ..s at V aitd "RosA realized and m he wras signed Im- heard them or wished, tbhe about, the ninth reel of every -
40da." Ir the lst1 In 14 ah, astoe1 .. may still enjoy their wo* I movie he gets into. He has such
aolid it and y- and her portray music on their all-too aw outstanding reputation for HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) BK"
.. W-- ko** ne "l""' "oi mad6 her one-of the cordings, among them : pew dying that -the ,ar er uhsively Yours: "Marilyn, thg
a persnalIties Decca long-playing re-O. tn f arratn th e d oe, os
., Ii ol. Called naatchmor a him wfar thme stars at a ngeles
S.. h...... M,- otn Mcord ba, ons Je Ing for a death sque hose. Marilyn the Mon
"i ". demy Award nArmstrong and tne Alln ra at He dies for the sixth time in roe is boiling and it may come up
'* A Place the a concert n Paden a brief career in his latest plc- on a court calendar.
d' rlab'd rble at M iM ia Jan' 301. leatuird are.,the ture, "Cattle Town," a. atory of
l Co- S Man a I. ht e lines on "Honey- the Texas ranch wars. As n the Ina Claire can stop worrying
tars Ma a "e- "a t, s
r s a free-e, o- toriously outspoken, she Is a suckle Rose," the alternately previous five, his death is vio- about Ginger Rogers imperson-
re wth aIy sss fr volatile ersh alty whe name warm and soaring clartget of lent. eating. her in. Paramount's "For-
the atat. fel, t her coastan la In tie -new: The Barney Bigard on.. "tut You, Foreman for a Spanish ranch- ev er tbed rMePdhe story Of o
A.iel' t r s ISs: I, in placed on her sex ap- Just Me," an Tteanarden's or, Plcerni is pistol-whIpped Broadway hoptlight cqueen. The
sM"Of .a n, "Taiing o and temperlanent however, trombone en-,Ntt Dust" and strangled.. achievements could be Ina's," Di-
*--the .Sb'ew" aid "The M carry not pleasing to her. rhe points Louis' trumpet shines espe- rector Irving Rapper assured me,
Widow," t N out that she hi u done six pie- Me" and, with vocalist Velma Iis screen record shows, he,1qt Ginger a actions ce.rtaindl
,_iter Suld pay Algld year, scarce a .ig of a t oe- Outside.' eration Secret," ed with a trm r ane's."
That.fer the role of AntAs" peramental performer. Sif cilally on "Way DoaWn Yonder In fle in "Desert Song," shot with About reports of a good old-
In s" *ta u f merely wants to be recognt% New Orleans" and "That's a a pistol in "Mara Maru" and fashioned slrywood feud with
201Ho .d s thot was as an actress, -and, would prefer Plenty," and his gravelly voice Is "Fort Worth," and clubbed to fiery Ginger Rapper said: "Don't
fa t se qu -:thang- that the public think of her heard on "You Can Depend on death in "Inside the Walls." begtleve it. e're the two happi-
d sit.bear of long studies in Uitle theaters Jack Fina's honky-tonk piano Paradoxically, Picerni weems to t people on the set."
a tofl the lotus"ADon- and minor roles and" her stu. backed by his orchestra, Is heard live through to the bitter end
.Life. .e Jtued 2 des with the ChareeLaughto in an MGM album of "Ragtime when he is cast in war pictures', William Holden's still finding
vsslhg the role the Shakespearean group: -: Favolite" in g I n g from as in "Breakthrough," "Opera- it difficult to escape gags about
"Twelth Street Rag" to "Jose- tion Pacific," "Ferce of Arms" narrating the movie, "sunset
phine." and "The Tanks Are Conming," boulevard." while floating face
..He thinks his swarthy screen dn in a swim ring Pool.
at -v g 1f .,I Still another new album, this appearance saves him in war One morning Bill, wearing
'" w a.nG 9ge a 0e on ColumbIa, offers Joset stories. ne of thoe aqua-lungs
IMVrals and Miranda singing "Battle casualties in films," he a those aqua-lungsbottom of
O L"South African 7olk So n gs," said, "are usually nice, likeable pool when friend
na.m, 2:30 6:15 8 mong them "Bugarbush," "Ma characters. I don't fit into that Joay Grant telephoned him.
.- L srO ET B GNS Says, Pa's.t.s," and "Oh, Bran- grt ph l Marshall, an
"MONKEY BUSINESS Leave Alone."ll's th. enda Mh
rry Tames and his orches- I at the bottom Of the
"Om I.!s lead off the parade of ain-are
with "Lovelight" and "Fruit e"c r e as," screamed Johnny,
M UE 70- Aae," the latter with a vocalto .- ,: :n'tnell spe that role went to
UL .+0 Aby young Toni Harper (Colum .- head"
t e" -- Cn ) ....Skip Martin and his or- on for
'chetra,. best known for their ,marrigae of movie costume
aeompaniments, play two-er Eli Jenssen and her
S3 gl.e instrumentals D '-i shaky ....Hittory may
Is Danger in Your Eyes 'Jeat repeated itself at MOM.
A Air-Condit:oned Charle-S,' and the perennial "Rose -rete Dnana Dirhin was nixed
A.LS S OWIN MONDAYI Ioom (MOM) ... Stan Kenton o bet nd oared
SAd hIsble orchestra also have two .a movie Ltt Univerapl.nd The rvear's to
c.-ellent new instrumentals in maw -tin-o a svensrtien.
-r e Train" and "Taboo" Oilberta q rrentuv Pt the
and ~ orchestra, subdued for eib. wa rrened bp ptrh
Ia two-sided concert via an Miecreen test.
.o't, of the traditional et f'wtrh''t ht tot "'t
I P 9 ebre melody, "Eli, EU" MOM(MGM), ramuvia anfer rM, deIfltst
S e Gl or In the vocal spotlight are rant atrnv I
Jane roman singing "Stay r tract.
re You Are" and Laughinl" :
... e )I y-M DARROWHE.D
6!; r nws' Danny Winchell with of
-""" esr Il diector of fad "Bi- .O~e My Heart" (MOM) e haired MOM Pinclair
w e"l isee... just as trying U and "Sweet Forgivea -- re wir, "rrowr ed'. in the
beetle world of love, ugher aid fm :Ttom oaAn"elAr tfote.
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e Griffin, former featured vocalist blend of love, laughs and legs-
'e with.Freddie Martin's band, is latlon.
s making his screen bow in "By Van Johnson is happily cast
d the Light of the Silvery Moon" in the title role of this divert-
o at Warner s. Fox studio is ing film, giving his congress-
e searching for 50 modern-d a y man a forthright vitality and
)l Herculeses to cavort with Marl- appeal.
n lyn Monroe and Jane Russell in
h a gym sequence for "Gentlemen with: "Here I am and I'l%
d- Prefer Blondes" ... Henry Hull brought my own wardrobe with -
. completed his "Come On, Texas" me-three aprons."
- role at Warners and is motoring
n through the Lone Star State en Margaret O'Brlen's warming
d route to his Connecticut farm... up for a filmusical via a song-
s Deborah Kerr has 80 changes of and-dance act for GI's in Tokyo
e wardrobe for her role in MGM's She's there making a movie....
S"Dream Wife" ... Actor extend- Eddie Bergman's orchestra leaves -
d ed: Steve Cochran, who is so the Coconut Grove for a winter
x great as the French Maqui fight- stand at Charley Farrell's Palm
I er In Warners' forthcoming "Op- Springs Racquet Club.... Linda
r, eration Secret," has had his con- Christian's becoming a redhead
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Nov. 16 (P). ostra- (UP)- Observers of the Hol-
nB- t-e astrologer whose predetionl m ser e plywood re making even
fG te 4 Wi elt s eroes lad fs tro m fldng t ic. bet. that n-te singing chd M-G-M production head, Dore Neal, a skeptical young newHs-
LUA od Wp h ericm make e-or Metro-Gowyn- an oe tmakea bert Pirosh. who worked togeth- to Washington on a "hatchel
.wll d his wn narrating, recalled taa s- back despe her protestationsre er previously to turn out such job." That is, she Is to find ;i
, nnotadmu p he b s h rid thscreen. outstanding pictures as "Gr, For apparently stainless congis-
vd osn t to be the successful of.its kLnd ever -- Deanna, who now here with Branke!" a nd "Battleground," man, pry into his private as WelU
ved.. to be the successful of.Its ndv e of the true immortals of ure Island," has only lately be- her husband, French screen dL- ave come up with a new win- as public life, and expose
ft th firt seri we related otrdam redic- w terature, Victor Hugo's gun to divide his movie-making rector i ai ner in "Washington S to ry," as a phony and demagogue. Her
fall oft tter andMus reaches lte ea ween Hollywoodtion of resuming he had adult, witty and vastly enter- victim is Joe Gresham (Van.
d ons that there wouldbecreen of the Lux theater nett o. intention of resuming her taking comedy-dr am a now Johnsoni, representative from'
tbe vealed and woundetood,' obviously referomrig Thursday in what is reportedly Co-starred.-are Debra Paget, movie career, showing at the Balboa Theatre, Newchester, Mass., and after
,e eeaed and undeat obviously re defnitve novie transcrption the diminattve brunette who However, it is known that Joewith Van Johnson, Patricia Neal ingratiating herself with hi
noted hat Nostrdam whdse book rs topletely new Twentieth won i A om in "Broken Arrow" Pasternak who guided her ear- and Louis Calhern in the star- on the pretext of writing g s
pited oui that N -,,ya w bo ..... n', v ,ne accompaniesa him on his dsfly Ao
the librytoresaw"Te-x pqdIate a e and I re ruired to range ly career and hosemoVi ring roles. Idealistic magazine piece, Alice
lbod meaA s.. -l5 tale stressesact1U -IA- I rant to 18 d Ed-Deanna, pulled Universal studios Iactivities, him on his daily
without sa ie e ntustngushed'vet- out of the red in those days, is n ashington Story" Pirosh ac o mpan ies
spectacular elements and sweep- ra'w,- Mlmle on 34th Street" toying with the idea of bringing has delved deep into the hear It I s this "hneckIng tour"
ing story lines. d laterr 40.," Important in her back before the cameras, of Washington, Cto reve whlch offers the observer a no
Now that a whole new genera- features 'msis re Sylvia Sid- Deanna admits having gone to what makes the nation's capital vel and fascinating o insider
tign. has matured, the producers ney, now- a.equent but ev- see him at MGM where he is tick an d to portray ts eg glimpseofthe work of an aver-
thatfght the time right for a er welcome Hollywood visitor, now producing, but only to. say tors as flesh-and-blood char age congressman, for Joe's ty -
modern motion picture reereat- Caieron. -M he, on-the-re "Hello." terms, some o tem "knight s pical ay's decaton includes
Ing the fabled adventures of yotu st DeathW of a Sales- She said "I'm determined not shining armor," others wit an trips on the double to test
Jean V ean, the l th century man and- Outcasts of Po- to part with my children. I love eye riveted to next year's elec- before committees, sorties with
Freshman whose theft of a ker Flat"; L a n c h e s t e r, them too much to neglect them tion-but all of them human. lobbyists, mail by the sackful,
loaf of bread landed him on a character nne whose de- for the movies or a concert T of Alce Kingsley Patricla speeches, radio transcriptions, -
convict galley for ten years and lightful pogitl always enliven tour." story appearances before the televi-
made him for years thereafter the films In W *i qhe appears; sion cameras, a flood of visitors ,
the victim of the unrelenting James Robertson Justice, noted ies H ollywood and telephone calls, invitations
pursuit of his nemesis, the In- player In I ap d DBthshe- Hnop enings in l-and the fifty-three miles of
f le;dble police inspector, Javert. ba'; Joseph 'Wseman, distinc- the Capitol corridor! Alice
In all the great books there are tive actor of .leaig role in thinks she has her prey corner-
no two more legendary figures "Detective ys Wil- BY ERSKINE JOHNSON when Joe makes an abrupt
than Valjean and Javert ndr llama, remvibewfed from- "The 0- about-face switch on a vitb
an episode more widely rea ad- Corn Is retf" d Iorence Sidney Skolsky and Al Green, Joyce MacKenzie's assignment in piece of national legislation but
mired and remembered than the Bates, veteran character actress te proaucer-director teamwhich "Tarzan and the She-Devil" a neat plot twist opens her
the grimy sewers of underground prominent In "Saratoga Trunk." ,r.hp Jln ot.^ Rt. r tn marks the 16th Mrs Tarzan in eyes to her mistake and "Wash-


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Shirai Defeats Marino
JOHANNESBURG, Nov. 15 (UP)-Australi
Jimmy Carruthers won the world's bantamweig
boxing championship tonight with a first rou
knockout over Vic Toweel of South Africa.
The fight had been scheduled for 15 rounds.
The bout ended almost before it started with t
champion, weakened from a tremendous effort
get below the weight limit, being counted out fro
a right to the jaw.

Toweel, who won the title from
Mexican Manuel Ortiz in May oX
1950. was two pounds over the
limit of 118 as late as yesterday
but he came in today at 1171s.
The paring oil of almost three
pounds apparently was too much
for he %as obviously in poor
condition entering the ring.
Carruthers himself barely got
under the limit, weighing 117 78,.
but he hadn't had to do any
drastic reducing to make it.
TOKIO, Nov. 15 (UPl-Yoshio
Shirai won a 15-round decision
over Hawaii's Dado Marino last
night to retain the world's fly-
weight boxing championship.
NEW YORK. Nov. 15 iUP) -
Heavyweight Danny Bucceront
pounded out a unanimous 10-
round decision over light-heavy-
weight Dan Nardico of Tampa.
Florida, at Madison Square Gar-
den last night.
Bucceroni substituted for Jake
LaMotta who was suffering from
a virus infection but the Phila-
delphia "butcher boy" was a so-
lid favorite over Nardico because
of his greater weight and reach
Nardico. who had won nine
straight fights up to last night.
put up a courageous battle but
was on the receiving end of ter-
rific punishment most of the
In the last round he was floor-
ed for a nine count but at the
end of the fight he was charging
back into Bucceroni and had his
bigger opponent in trouble when
the be!l sounded.

Football Result

Brown 28, Harvard 21
Fordham 33, Temple 6
Penn State 7, Rutgers
Army 14, Pennsylvania
Princeton 27, Yale 21
Syracuse 20, Colgate 1
Cornell 13, Dartmouth
Xavier 6, Boston Colleg
West Virginia 27, V
ginia Tech 7
Michigan State 21, No
Dame 3
Boston U. 14, New Yo
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Amherst 21, Williams
Lehigh 26, Carnegie Te
Duke 14, Wake Forest
Tennessee 26, Florida 1
Georgia 13, Auburn 7
Navy 28, Columbia 0
Pittsburgh 48, No. Cai
lina State 6

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Program To Reain ___
an lst Race "F-2" Native e6% Present RutCornells L..fLb
lht Purse: $275.00 Pool cloves: 12:45
nd First Race of the Doubles
1 Orito y Plata A. Mona 114 7
2 Filigrana Jose Rodri. 116
Golden Babe J. Phillips 119 (By United Prem)
he 5 Opex K. Flores 1 15 nThere will be no change;n the @e iu 'i
6 Sin Fin A. End e 116 method used to run the 53 Pro- O.
to ana venal Enie 116 fessional Golfers Assoieation
7 Caiaveral V. Castro 1 16
im 8 Resorte B. Aguirre 112 tournament the PGA ven
2nd Race "B". Native 1 Mile tion in Chicago have voted down4 .-., v .
s proposal to lengthen the .....
Purse: $350.00 Pool closes: 1:15 a pro osal qto legthen
Second Race of the Doubles round f qualifying medal lay e
S1La Loba V. Castill 120 from 36 hoes to 71. The deej tl
2 Amazona J. Samanlego 114 tes said they could see no rea-
2 Dalida P HReyeos 117x son to change a system that ip .
Don Jaime Ka Flores 110 been in effect for 35 year.
5 Calongo A. Ubdia 107 Under present rules, the pro s
play 36 holes of medalplay with
3rd Race "F-i" Native 402 Fs. the low 63 scorers and the de-
6 Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:45 fending champion qualifying for
ONE TWO match play. They then follow
13 1 Rio Mar V. Rodriguez 117x with three 18-hole rounds o
2 Raymond 0. Castillo 110 match play to decide the win-
3 Romantico E. Campbell 113x ner. -i. '
5 Villarreal V. Castillo 113 have the low 15 records and de-.
SVre erlagrreal V Cast.oThe proposed 11et-up wfdld champ p ft
7 6 Casablanca M. Hurley 120 fending champ play for the ti- d -
e 0 7 Avivato A. Mena 115 tie after the 72-holes of medal .i
ir- Taponazo J. Cadogen 114 Pc rAILSe tg puer egttion j nplay as Bobby I sedn te The proposal was offered r 'I tih
ir- Iasnr J. Cadog 14 PTAm Ur Itmais e ne-yeari-old Bobby Gardnf" for cosidertion by the sponsors
i 9 Arqulmedes H. Reyes 117x took Tiny over hurdles at the ationalsi Horse Show in Madison of the ~5 tourneyBk- U
Square Garden. Despite a cast on her right hand, the result of a hm. 15 o y at Brming-
spill, the little miss of Friendly, Md.. finished third among 37 in hdl- ac13 .Set
tre th Race "F-i" Native 4 F the lightweight working hunter class. (N Is) e delegates sor te add tohe ae I kUa n -fi ker
Purse: $275.08 Pool closes: 2:20 ly .... measure favcrWirg the addition of -.... ..,
QUINIELA amateur golf to the next Olym- Tf t "
r Piropo E. Campbell 112x plc games. The recommendation The rihtc tad 0e a Oc ari WT V
k 2 Little Lulu J. Bravo 112 OUT OF DOOR wt will be turned over the US O- to hTt t r h linebacker,
3 Biscaya B. Aguirre 115 mple Committee for presenta- T hbc fake ehd r hi. i ro th
4 Dx Lana V. Castillo 112 tton to the International Olym- The riht half k blac the into 4
19 5 Consentida E. Dario 106 pt Organization, ae.en eft t a r.
ech 6 Mufieco 0. Castillo 109
7 Bijagual E. Corcho 106x it
8 on Tki Cadogen 115 er Ran On 'The
7 5th Race "" Imported 1 Mile "'
Purse: $550.00 Pool closes: 2:551 Co L-ad- Il
2 Hanrafalar and-Castiag Sharpens Your Skill ops t g -
T no Ap) J. PMenlaps 108 12 Cate, Vea suffe-red sbat-% willl ,0bably 'broken next
3 Avenue Road) F. Rose 112 .it h Fl face tearing at at t o.f weeati the omne th
arey La V.Ortega112ByAMcCLANWall Bar last Wedda nit e for lea ue as the Rum-
4 Hartley Lass V. Ortega 112 By AL MeCLANE a oO A, MANCHEITR, Nov. 15 (UP) at boa i sbuet still w tmdB .men Rdufll -t
5 Sir Boss H. Reyesx Fishing Editor ord summer Rain, a tisor stpce Ws n to
4 R B..Lpounding thfor'g, heavy m proed fatoge resent to' naUMg hwigt i A
6th Race "I-1" Imported 6ti Fgs. The other day I watched a on the pound en ter No heavy fog, pre ener a hs., ais1"tE
Purse: 5375.00 Pool closes: 3:35 fellow make a 90-foot cast with- Han b the en 0 t
ba- First Race of the Doubles out a rod. He used nothing I Brith fllT rain g qt, of the men ta f l Nortj '
Astoria 0. Castilo 112 more han an ordinary dou- Castle l'.el rack heretodayO nolbd e w- -% f we r i
2 Cradle- ong F. R ose 116 ble-tapbred fly line and his i =TRai ,-four h orN took part to t i ke a ll tlu
Slu wsiity-four bora took p art to take allfour trots the'
3 Callmedear M. Huley 114 bare hands to make the ast., in thc nace, over =v and a ihall R ofmu zoThe td ,- A
4 Apretador K. Fores 120 In fact, he made a half-dozen mileraoe outdd -ael In
SPepsicola 3. Bravo 114 casts by .switching the line ma out (VE) ., -II bIi2 th
SEl Mago E. Corcho lllx back and forth, and every one pounds .... a buoiy .W d -"
7 Mis Fairfax B. Aguirre 120 of them was in "classic" form. n ittd H r a'-e r
Now I don't know what the betingcae Jp AL, I
7th Race "C" Imported 6a world's record Is for hand-east- K k hi s h or the a yA t
PuRase $ ImFeel closed 40ei l F1 g, but Ellis Newman, of Turn- 1art4ft1 Pati
Purse: $ .00 Pool closes: 4:05 wood, N. Y., laid out a,measured nek. t- t. .he
Second R ce of the Doubles 96 feet of fly line. Not only tis eia
freedomm Crusade Handicap"his speed terrific, but his move- go li -
2 Anglia 0. Castillo 06x F nated that he can evqn change s -

re 75U Al~A s s: 4:0. g a db Finally, he rem moves the K oem eal th et' e "
3 Notable V.CaS 1hand4,-itoh renhe rt
RckI A. Mena 120 ad in du thei r5mdd le s t ips cast0
Presthglox K. Floris 114 I doubt ifs a s t and casts bare-hnded sate ng on ee dow

32 Goyito E. Corcho 112xachieved the rfection of our Last Summer If hed the Up- tracked ha won tla ttB _
3 The Dauber J. Bravo 120 Catkill wizar, be much fun tomabe ispereverll wth the teel hd,
6 Pathincel B K. Flores 118 without a rod. However; most
Phic A. Meda 113 to rodlessnt casting from a prao- t in 19efhn little tougher : y ut
rCocaleca $7. Po Grooes: 44 hand-ea st to sharpen their tim- tionssand cats with just oth- e season,2 t&ar

BlackBull A. Bazan 115 teaching fly casting- for sever .Ing but our rod tips. Ellis amWerai on -nt. Ithe wt
"8 Mingo V. Castillo 115 al years now, and he tells me scotch-4taped my reel on a 4- 'gseto'uut "; 'tat for
9 Baby.Roi E. Silver 109 that when one of his pupils can foot glass "rod" and built up a -U n- tS p"e t ta-
10 Apprise O. Castillo 110 toss off 30 feet by hand the workable reel seat from string Mutuel Disa n ; ofr i
",added ingredient of a rod is just and more scotch tape.. ,e.u *-dhi
9th Race "0" Imported 7 Fes. so much gravy. After all, it was his streamV- -hGrgo t
Purse: $450.00 Pool closes: 5:15 A fly rod is a lever-that sets and I was a guest. For a while 1i5T Ulid'iib-t ad e t. Uf l
*ONE TWO the line p motion. It is not a It looked os.If your reporter was Proton $850 50 tan Casten stepped ion.ithe
I Numbers E. Silvers 120 spring, anid the action of its on a-duffe's holiday. Trout were Hortena $40, 1 .t chauffer thel. B i kuie
2 English Mary M. Hurley 115 flexing.pnd bending doesn't add jumping all -over the place, but Annie N $3.49 .802 -jkres, Wle rIS .
r 3 Cipayo K. Flores 116 one ina to a cost. The rolI was conWetely fouled up. It SECOND a "' aged to build a even ON ug"
4 Ventre a Terre J. Bravo 112 makes casting easier, as it act& took an hour to get things Filon$11.20 ,80 Contractors, ."
m 5 Levadura O. Castillo 110 somewhat like an extension of working r4ht, and then, by gol- Luck Ahead i2* -
) 6 Porters Star V. Castillo 112 your arm by magnifying your ly, I caught- ix trout Double: $1 .. .F.W. Pot b2nM1
wrist speed. THIRD b the Absence, of
10th Race "F-2" Native 6% Fp. I've been saying thls for a I' done quite a bit -f tip- Prince Wad -28 1. the frt-pg eat.. To8ls 9 .
Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 5:50 number of years now, but -tAfllabJg inee. and I'm convine- La Nifia $4.80, A. ..l .wns t drep
1 Escalerilla T. Phillips 114 takes a talent like Ellis's toed tha Itas, smoothed all the Villalba $3.40 Eteicz traf!gf 4l -
2 Tin Tan V. Castillo 120 prove It. He Just drps his reel bum a o'ut of My timing. With One-Two:mj allba aeet. a e
J3 Tap Girl Cadogen 112 on the lawn, strips off all bid a abort lever 'you have to ap- FO the su
4 Mochito B. Aguirre-115 line, and proceed.: to bang out ply powVg. Just right, putting Peggy $28,7.20.2 10 I Ca ngham
casts with lis absog right arm. exactly aeoughmphasis on the Tiln Tin 8OD., 4
lne to the right while he makes cst ana l enough snap in fhApIdta -
Shows-7:009:15PA. side casts, overhead, right- the forward cut to unroll your Newminster A 34 or
ourve,. and left-curve casts. li fl Piropo II o.f 0a1B0 17t.u W.. _
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With rot in 'ahh t a.a V t.eres snow on DPaques (m)alead
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who made good on your fingers, thoroughly prove these lv
the, baseball bonus binge con- Starting with Dick Wake fai
St164hr. the prise bust of them all, yo
." tr front offices can't ev- require a ledger to list those wh1
en WARt for promising players flunked.
M 6 .4 to finish their schooling, so Dave
~. ISiler took the $35a000 from the The beat ball players stil wal
ted' A. and forfeits a year of in and ask for a chance-Man-
Sawt IW -- andNE baeb h I a 151 at U e and Rizzauto of the Yanke6
plutnon. the Cardinals' Muslal,Blanh
ai Purdue protested more than and Schoendenat, the
I= and e than eand Rizzuto the Ynke
nwihat when the Yankees Box' Fox. the Athletics' ShanM
Lafayette for its full- and Pain ard the Senators' Yeat.
a cDI, U8n kowron, a robust
con- elder who comes to the BROWNS KNOW HUNTER CAN
Vmet-. Champ next Spring PLAY AA BALL
con- A hea hyr American Asao-
the batting average. Brooklyn has well demonstrq
ea of Tom lasagrande had t wo ted that a major-league cl
saa a s Jft at Fordham when can do considerably better thea
hosed Ward, the odie-tfie Na- all right without throwing a
t say Duke's q4arterbdo, l. oiAtAeeague shortstop, slipped that loose dough around toto-
csna-n nnd UCLA's pmbcate te hm t pn beAllf of the tally untried hands. R bicky .soup-
Sthe a vc er *. a' S plays three different bald. Th large left-h a n d ed on the system at nbbets so
S7 positions ed (Ne A) ,had a mediocre season when Joe Tepsic, the Penn
ohn --w w ith- Schenectady of the East- outfielder, gave nothing in re*
ad- FRickeyrebuilding not played Santa Cla sine
e rgh club, put o u t the Mahatma moved to asp
ach Footbal Is In A o iOnly i 12 Minutes 00, last year to entice the burgh to spend Joh W.
MAWorboys and keep bird breath's swag.
their trail. The Mahat-
en- g nter pursued the same practice Yet baseball men agree
Play- the...Vrast year, Shortstop Dick outside of pitchers, the Supo .
gay-,-O- -O__ __ ___ B J N Me ` "Duke collecting 40,- bas had more and superior ma
nt.eLm". NEA 0tf.-,onong. numerous others. trial in the minors than
el- StaffC poneo it want money that kept other big-league organiation. '
. the 4?-the .Pirates away from Dave General Manager Bavali mort
yers NEW YORK, Nov 15 (NEA) Si-sler, whose father, Hall-of- recently transferred Gordo
ican- Try putting a stopwatch on the am Oeorge larold, has been Hunter's contract to the r
n-ext football game you attend Wth y since his college in a $150,000 deal. Young H -L
and see what happens., dp eath Mchigan. er had a tremendous han l
..breaking the Texas League r
You'll no doubt discover that MCOV" IVE YOUNG SISLE3 cord for double plas wkh
24B | e s tDON -the ball is generally in action REAL CR CE stood for 26 years.
W riear or Ntlonal SLeague only 12 minutes. The other 48 "Bill Veeck at least6k
Written rBA Service minutes e spent calling signals, INeer was It young 8isler's Hunter can play shortstop
talking ags over in the hd- lack of ability, for the scouts of hit .290 in a Double A League
QUESTION:,How hay. ays, expressions "tap" and ."Brook- die, and dtherwise gathering up eight clubs give this six-foot says Bavasi.
otherethan @lng a, btil hit, lyn" mean? Psaul ndleton. steam to put the ball in play. fouri.m, 190-pound fast-ball
can a batter flt base?- A. Tap: When a pin Is left Subsequently each team s .on p "thqr a real chance. "Tom Yawkey would buy w
Jim Lavery. .. standing an apparently per- the move only six minutes. 'an-l A; arently the boy and his all-star lineup for the Red .9
AA batter .ppa base feet hit. Brooklyn: A bit to the astlc?, Not by Lynn Waldorf's l decided he would be more if that were possible," says
-via a walk ',I play, lett- of the cente. of the head calculipons.. apply situated with an opt- Man Joe Cropa of the.
hit.-by pitchb etather p. Cross Over iseas the aMe snpe I Amerlicpms
fMa. to hang t I A third thing. "Most teams are in possession Aa at Sot. -.
.4tand-in by the 9f- p. the ball only 13 lImes during eo ,"But -empo ,_g.
IQuestion: With a runner on a game," reveals the California e.marh
deha base'th batter hts; a Coach. "Top flight teams, of f n..
pballwh Is-ialded by s uage, ape bible t hold theIbalL be to t henr to
it bas man walos l4gWr than six minutes, of ac- k a sneigk -1a4 .- 8 ,

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Seinen the~eeninana disese firt bassue1en CalIahan, ,
hesi.uala4 g-w- .,golo. .urlnaa rth.?ie a 2e, recals
.mLe." Wlftaetr thalibas &- ut ;-l ..rt Walto d'oruf e D e ran off 23
01 ttle that ap th three m-ot *u & of WA plays, moved the ball to North-
keame rout fom/gaes. 4ine'2 tq ue.U western's ta e-yard line, yet fail-
T o -'t -t away from his the balU I. l d to push it bo. r
1nl t 'wact fatory in New ThaeuuaemBw -aft t b f,-ar- Brig.-OGn Bob Neyland is an- N
S en where he weaed. trao his le g s, be a, eotheroc-watchwer. Hede-,
across e-.the1PltW. I s Np,, mands Preclion and split-c-
SDid Gil Doble, who became ts more than thre feet. and timing of his horsepower.
famous as a coach, play foot- Q.Twomen ae out-when three The Tenneree tactician has
In Copege? consecutive batters reach first been order a certain
SA. The Itr North Dakota base on an eor. The next man fy to be run in practice 600
State, _Wea ton, Navy Car- hits a home run.~How many of "t--pri or to using it against
inell^ ^and I StSn College coach the runs are earned?-Bt1 Mc- th ne .mzy. .
Was a star. qmr k at Mi- Cornudek.
,pets fp a 10 and 1901. A. None. Rale-1:15 (e) states: Botors the Alabama game this
Q. Who as -the greatest wo- No mt can .he earned whah N dtaled an assit-
bowler of all tme?-Ches- asoores as a result of a base an- 1 a ther-tands and clock
teawk -Williaumson. ner having reashed first base paua utergoing through
&___ ",A. Th; best woman bowler aafely because of any flebdinwe elunA teXeromses. The idea
the gamae ba known is Mrs. error., w a etorcfd the time it took F
v..Orifrtt D. ,;thon. Now Q. Who holds the all-time Ow xiokr to gt off his boots.
dFMt the 1 ghts of Mrs. World Beries record for most asuti, after. 10 punts,
LO gra left-hsa ~ ,. .s career include pitehisn victorlesM-Jack Chamn.I d si e 4at half of them
derbUt'san a three-game 832 A. Tahe ankes' Red Ruttffla li 2X 3.
1ehnars -f hui... t Colorado sharp, w -th a Lefty Games of the. .L..
t -elman-oef. p att ed 201 f or 10 ,ar e w '-is the only Unbeate ed with this in-
...w- hat. ot heser with many as six tdiately organiz-
LjINE IS In bowling, what do the gam akng formation
WALTHAM, .1 a uitmteer
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Liner high scihoI2o1a1 ia. fselondsn5 a
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If you are the parent of a 33d Infantry Regiment and then
youngster between the ages of 7 Post of Fort Kobbe, is now held
and 18, the work of the Fort open two afternoons each week
Kobbe Youth Activities Council, so the teenagers can socialize af-
one of the most effective organi- ter school, under the supervision
nations of its kind anywhere, of two parents. In addition it is
should be of special interest to open for meeting on Thursday
you and your community. evenings.
Despite the fluid state of its
community membership, due to The Teen-Age Club, plus
the constant change in military three Brownie Tr o op s, two
personnel, the parents of Fort Girls Scout Troops, a Boy,
obbe have taken the bull by Scout Troop, Cub Pack, and
the proverbial horns; have de- Little League Baseball team
*ided to channel the boundless are Fort Kobbe's answer to the
energies of their young, and de- ete r n a I what-to-do-after-
7elop them under proper guid- school problem.
&ne. Under the direction of Mrs.
nce. *Phyliss Francone, Albrook Air
After 13 months in operations Force Base librarian, who is as-
the Fort Kobbe Youth Activities sisted by her husband, Air Force
Council now had 204 youngsters Sergeant First Class E d e a 1 e
participating in six major organ- Francone, the 35 member Teen-
ations under its wing. Even Age Club meets weekly for a va-
with the completion of a brand riety of activities. The young-
new Teen-Age Clubhouse on Oc- sters, ranging in age from 13 to
*ober 9 this Council is not rest- 18, (15 is average) participate in
ng on its laurels. bingo parties, bowling, pin pong.
The clubhouse, a quonset hut, gymnasium -games, oller skat-
juilt and furnished through the ing and beach-parties before ad-
-ooperation of one of the Ac- mourning to their clubhouse for
tivities Council's most ardent refreshments and dancing.
supporters, Col. Robert H. Dou- The club is subsidized'by a $10
;ias, Commanding Officer of the yearly assessment on parents of

DEN 1, OF KOBBE CUB PACK 16, starts its meeting with some
rope tieing and nail hammering practice under the watchful
eyes of Den Mother Mrs. Ernie Wilton (standing) and assistant
Den Mother Mrs. Terry Salt trlghtO. From left to right: Front
row: Den Chief Michael Cowch, Rocky Salt. Walter Deaux, Bill
Sewell, and Johnny Woods: standing: Bill Hamilton, Jim Proctor
and Don Wilton.

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Troop 16 of the Boy Scouts!
meets Monday nights in the
Kobbe Scout Shack. The ground
floor of this building is used by
the Girls Scouts and Brownies.
Lieutenant Monroe Ferrel is



Scoutmaster and Master Ser-
geant Louis Cross, assistant. Va.
rious enlisted men of the 35d In-
fantry Regiment aid the Scoults
demonstrate methods of outddbo
living and lecture, on plant and
animal life.
Troop 16 played host to all
Isthmus scouting at a Boy Scout
weekend Camporee In April;
members of the troop went on
the recent Zone-wide El Volcan
Scout trip- participated In the
Get-Out-The-Vo t e canvass at
Kobbe; and performed in the
welcoming ceremonies for Canal
Zone Governor John S. Seybold.
Kobbe takes care of its girls
also. Mrs. Schafer leads two
troops of Girl Scouts. Troop 64
for girls of Junior High age,
meets Tuesday nights at Mrs.
Schafer's home; and the young-
er group, Troop 10, meets Friday
evenings in the Scout Shack.
Both these groups, wiose
membership totals I16 girls over
10 years, participate in all-the
features of the Girl Scout pro-
The Younger Brownies, from 7
to 10, are divided into three
groups, largely according to age.
Mrs. Earl Foster heads Troop 51
which meets TueqdaVys Her
group is filled to its 16 me mier
Mrs. Bertha Ker n e- '.leads
Troop 39, meetr ng Wednesdkys.
and Mrs. Ruby Astin's .roop 21
meets Thursday. The later two
have 14 members.
Kobbe Brownies enjoyed a two
week day camp this summer at
Albrook Air AForce Base, and' are
constantly working on projects
from stuffed asWmals to decorat-
ed coconuts; in addition Ao visits
to local points of interest.
Though season, one of he
most dynamic of alL Ko7Be yoUth
groups is its Little Lekgue Base-
balLteam. Under the rectionpof
Master Sergeant Gayle 0 unni -
ham Kobbe placed third In tfe
Armed Forces Llttle*-1eifrte last

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Sthe members. Its officers are:
SSue Warren, president; J 1 m
, Schrantz, vice-president; Harry
Le Brie, secretary; and Laura
i Sanders. treasurer.
SThe Youth Activities Council
itself is presided over by a slim
and smiling bundle of energy,
who also heads the two Fort
Kobbe Girl Scout Troops. Mrs.
Ethel Schafer. wife of a 33d In-
i fantry Regiment master ser-
The Council meets monthly
and includes representation from
parents and military ofifctals at
Fort Kobbe. They convehe with
one objective: To improve the
recreational facilities available
to youngsters at Fort Kobbe.
Secretary of the group is Mrs.
Harriet Marsh and treasurer,
Mrs. Martha McIntyre. Its mem-
bers include: Lieutenant Ourtis
Greer, of Medical Company;
Captain Leroy D. Limpus, Kobbe
Special Service Officer; Major
Oscar Drake, representing Col-
onel Douglas, Chaplains (Cap-
tainsi John A. Swack and John
M MacGregor; and Mesdames
Elizabeth Buchanan. Clarence
SanderS, George Schrantz, Fre-
derick Warren, Mrs. Bradford
Muse, Mrs. Carmen Rodrlguez,
Mrs. Robert H. Douglas, first
chairman of the Council, Mrs.
Phyliss Francone, Mrs. Margaret
Dehne, Mrs. Roberta Tourtellote
and Mrs. Elaine Clark.
Aiding the Council (s a Steer-
ing Committee which especially
considers financial problems.
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Mc-
Intyre, Mrs. Muse, Major -Ray-
mond Dlvney, Mrs. Tourtellote
and Liettenant Colonel George
N. Schrartz. Thi most recent
money raising venture of th
Youtb Council was a highly suc*
cessful raffle and cake sale con-
ducted S6ptember 30.
The Fort Kobbe youth group
with th. largest at present it
the Cub'Scouts. Fopty six boys
between eight and 10 years are
memban bf six Dei of Kobbe
Pack T6. Tie Pack meets-
monthly to review skills and
handlcrafts developed in the
weekly Den meetings.
Lieutenant Terry Salt is Cub-
master and Sergeant Dale Bean.
assistant. Lieutenant Colonel
Francis Barr heads a steering
Committee which aids the Pack.
Absolutely epsential to its
operation are the Den MotherI
and Assistant Den Mothers who.
play hostess to the Dens and
guide their programs with the
aid of Den Chiefs supplied by
Boy Scout Troops 16. Den Moth-
ers include Mrs. Ernle Wilton,
Mrs. Naomi Barr, Mrs. Blanche
Brown, Mrs. Lucille Hayden and
Mrs. Peggy Robinson. \

GIRL SCOUTS of Fort Kobbe's Troop 64 and 19 are snapped
readying their project on "Panama, Our Neighbor" at the Kob-
be Scout Shack. From left to right, -first table,- Mary Debne,
Ann Marsh and Susan Buchanan; second table, Sandra Moli,
Laura Sanders and Amy Landron: third table. Arlene Phlfer,
Wilma Favreau, Maureen Schafer and Julia Clark.

Lethe ppe know
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"Let the people know the treated (th
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bournerners K
TUPEILO Miss., Nov. 15 (ti0) .-"WVe'te runiing down rUmors
- Police today ste ped up their t, ettin more definite
investigation of a North Dakota prof," Crockett said. "I haven't
newspaperman's story that he believed his story from the
was run out of town because start completely."
he was a "Yankee" as leading Crockett said Anderson should
townspeople insisted there is have remained in Tupelo under
mote to the case than has been police protection despite the re-
told. Auted threats against him.
Police Chief D. B. Crockett "We furnished ample 24-hour
said he has never "completely" protection %or him and we
believed the story told by fewell Would have done everything hu-
Anderson, former circulation iganly" possibl to fully protect
manager of the Tupelo Daily him itf .he had remained."
Journal who left here two days Mayor George Maynard said
ago after saying two masked bhe sensed "something funny",
men took him for a ride and in connection with the Ander-
ordered 'him out of town. son incident.
The 27-year-old Anderson and
his wife, an expectant mother, Former Miissssippi Lt. Gov.
headed back to his Fargo, N. D., Sam.LtLumpkti, a TUpelo attor-
home juat minutes before the ney, said '"here was Just no
6 -. eThursday deadline he reason... for a'~ye to run the
said wa' set for his departure boy out -of.f M. ..
by hi..assailants. George M.Leai. ,blisher of

tigaon." the acts hat U b ght
The FBI has already made a li glo..but',-j .i13.
and police here, 'hihiting of a erd
poisble ne break in the case, ti

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Engineers See Pan AinMt*ea
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engInvers Tomas Guarldia of
Panaoma and Edwin James of the
Upited.4tatea both cout ed a-
mM g the. fathers of the Pan
Ateric=a Highway feel con-
fident they will see the road
completed soon.
They went on record to that
effect recently, during a meeting
of the Btpaes sub-committep at
thbe a Amermcan Highwky Con-
gres held Ik Mexico City.
GiarWd a"d James first met
1i. W h o in I24, and have
worked maod on ever since to
putthiroUgh the highway.
Iepoer.,-. Margaret Leveson,
wrtntjg -f a recent issue of "The
News," 'a &3k1llb language
newsaprzeIRhed in Mexico,
wrote a ORouws. of the pair:
"We age getting close how,"
ay uadl "It hasn't gone as
Sfa.n 9oped, but we have
sd progress since
U*$ ~a been remarkable
Cp P from. the United
Qcooperation from
att 2 central American
I hope now that
4t e Ft.b this conference
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Se -ghway that we

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rs regarding
Lefivite dacl-
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xated in
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building of
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The Fort Kobbe
chise fee of $225, la
ItfOwis, was subso~

ag a cand.
an' active progress .'pro ai,
the ort Ko Youth :AtMes
Council together with the entre
personal of the Post, is doingl a
big job In a vital field.
One mother, as h. r
nine year old so;n
trotted off to his Den meeting,
put. it this way ,
"Nothing seems quite as nl-
lortant to me, as the work we
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CELEBRATING the end of the su~eri season at Yuigahama, Japan, some 250,000 persons turn
out to watch a parade that features the beach carnival. Three beauty queens were picked.

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SUNBATHING is Sally Atkinson's favorite
she sinse at Hampton Beach, Mass, a good

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Jes Moines. Now, mates, you can prove your stories about the
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lIST (cave explorer) Mile. C e 3lelz is glad to see the sky again after de-
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Hneu. She is showing her fiance, Claude Guilmotau, compact ladder used by cave explorers.

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Bumper crop this fall. The harvest, larger thau ti~b
many NATO nations to cut down thit o.-o im.tga l
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.'.looking over the New York skyline before paying a ilght-beft
.)ruce Parker, ski champion, and. "reindeer" in boat iasJohn : M

MOTHER'S DAY is a big one i.o "Fawn," a wi
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* SPECULATION ON THE rent hearing which roae THE V
to a fevered pitch during the week came to an ea
Friday with announcements, both official nd Uno turb
ficial, as to the manner and extent of the hearing, In
and the members on the panel. ia
From American Federation of Oovernment gmphlo
main headquarters in Washington came .o a
labor would be represented by Orrin A. Burrow, a Qt
the "public" or unbiased member on the panel % d a
be Benjamin Kaplan, a arvard preoegsor ot law. stiWoe l1
Washington lawyer Francis P. NIonan.. after one before th
week on the Isthmus, was broached and aepted Te U
the Canal Zone Zmergency Legsltve and iane Id t
Committee's proposal that he handle the case. foon- an naul
an will represent Zonians at the hearing only, and try in 1
was retained for a five-day-perlod. greatr
The Genves's offee added the name of Dr. ag
Herbert Ashtom. the govermmeet's representative
on the aneli late Friday afternoon. Asthon Is Ast. astulpo
See'y of Cosmere. asbilitle
The Fern Room of the Tivoli Hotel was being read- lie"es whl
ed for Monday's meeting which will probably last one by the
week. ToughI
The Governor stated the panel will determine whe- unvwaver
other or not the management of the Panam 'Canal to gettol
Company has correctly applied the Bureau of the of swc
Budget's rent formula. Its guard
sort of a
Rutus M. Loveladv, chairman of the CZBLFC was The t
appointed to present a brief for the organization: W. phant.j
C. Hushing. chalrmjn of the national lewi t Uve corn- one, lest
mittee of the AFL Is as isting the local AFL In pre- should be
paring their case. and Howard Munro. ledlalative rer .
presentative of the Canal Zone Central L.Ibor Union ep
and Metal TrP.des Council will be the spokesman for to =2
his organization. uIe ia
o a populate
Three days after a bolt of lightning hit the drill rise.
barge Vulcan on which he was the mate. American
Charles Joyner was hospitalized for a back injury. s
Although not seriously injured Jovnqr became the "last-
fourth man hosultalleed as a result of a orenature th
exploelon of 1400 poundS at dynamite at the bottom th
of the Canal in Ga llard Cut. the B
Still serlously III was a Colombian laborer. Rai the
Bryan who was badly splashed with cleaning fl anywBt r
which was In a tank standing on deck at the tim. tc-''JS
the Vulcan was jolted by the expls .atl Now. Itl
Claude Kreger. 58. and 64-year-old Jamaican Joah elec"
Bruce were al in Gorga4 for observation of passble tlitical El
internal injuries. tsheHb
the H-bo
B.V coincidence, a drill runner on the Vulean. Vic- much Sb
tor L. Banger, was also Involved in the 1942 freak aw-
cident when another dynamite charge was set off Seuthe A
prematurely at Fort Clayton. ruled out
So eept th
Three mercy missions were carried out last week self, as i
by Albrook's First Air Rescue Squadron which reagv Coloreds
comes to the aid of Panamnlans and Americans alike.
Early in the week a three-man helicopter crew whob Te
spent the night in a jungle clearing after their talt- A1 wi
craft's battery went dead, were returned to Coco .Solo. Whie
The three Americans, who conduct mao surver york w naI
for IAG08. were George A King jahn T Lewis and alm jon

Robert L. St. Mart
ponslble for brinpi
was mored by an a;
a Nicaraguan Air I
cuated from Mana
plane crash.

In. A FlWht B helicopter wa4'ts-
ig in a Panamanian cowboy *twh
nMrly ulH at Nombre de Dios. AsB
forcee Lt. ATdo PerodL Jr. was vam-
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ZoeAans observed Armtislel Day o altlv T.-.
day. The aPuual Ne 11 pomiae ftua Ie wa* hbegl
at the Balbeoa tdifnm before .L .b etap.
The program inchtudd med aingsd @ o lt eo t.
by ministers of three faMba und an adddegs t 1
Distriet Court Judge Guthrie J. Crowq.
That good old Zonian institution the COomma-
sary coupon is no more. Friday marked the ilat.oeont-
ing of the coupon, and kewples. who for two WL.
tons have pa lently counted the couponW wJ go
to other fields of endeavor. Some have bede .tmal-.r-
red to other sections, others have retired -with their
memories of the "good old days."
Throughout the Canal Zone Thnrsdaqy moomaa
preened themselves for their annual i l. ti
junior's territory his classroom. Althqug afi -eta
thezs were brave enough tor venture Into t,led0 -
minantly feminine task of talking with aer,ot
ly mommas came to see thele offspring's ace w qpW -
This year the policy seemed to be work as usuL No
special programs or recitation wre prtpzeu but
youngsters went about their daily business o leArn-
Ing their three "R"s regardless or Intrnders from the
outside world.
About 8,000 officers-andm apme the battbeshbi Iowa
arrived at Balboa Satuaray for a short sta.' T-'e
Navy's 45 000 ton battleship re t e d from. intensive
combat fighting in Korea.
The father of a 7-year-ol Ameis g who
was injures by fireworks renade July 4. flied aL
$100,000 damrge sufl against the United States
revernment )*st week. The eamualalint is Nell
M. Clark, an Army rivlUsn employee who besides
at Ft. Kobbe. He drl'm% -*luq betd Mitay re-

Good news for Armv Decrianel come in the form
of an announe-ment that Ps sma v OChr0bspM ves
as possible will be granted this rei. I in
bpale tal or in a moral reseaI "ntt. hlUa
wise 8Iipnrort 1r tralaj stMet
'Tha t.e dlewures p tJh*l*e4 lapt. trepck wt.1 the
GKlayadCcwot*m tehaoo gWt' A thiti Trw-
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3-So be it 4-Nor'mal Mnd 80-Sleeveless
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dealing sodium I-Grandiose
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5-Continue 47.-Adores 85W-Ylerb with
4 h-1hAtuate 49-Thr6u0ht. blue flowers
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tfr (lowers ivlzf .4-4Xtyin
8-Xei er -aWpeto ., Nevada
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SPhl-pplne ngI garment
trobe 54-Pereniai 1-Walk
9---Xtend grasa. 'through
10-Injury 5T-Resnia*~ water
11-Steal from tioU0 0 -Li-quid hy.
21-On the 5 --Clat drocarbou
summit 59-Tag 95-Hawks
1--Arrivs 62-Weilht *--Thise who
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tree al blue- 100-Extended
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in New beigs 101-Talk idly
Mlico. 6-.-Tpr. 102-tRiver
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Let high-brow artists rant and rave,.
In frenzied phrase and words suave,
With learned length and manner grave,
Through many of alimpid line,
On musty pictures let them gaze,
On marble 'statues waste their days,
But, soulfully I'll sing the praise,
Of "The Human Form Divine."

Not marble figures, dank and cold,
Not lifeless bronze, in faultless mould,
Not painted daubs, that sell for gold,
Inanimate and dead;
To sights more winsome I aspire,
That hold the breath of living fire,
And pulse % ith vital, keen desire,
By vivid forces sped.

Who pines for nymphs of olden days,
That float, elusive, through the haze,
Of ancient writer's mystic lays,
Intangible and dim;
Or for those mermaids of romance,
And shadow sprites who vaguely dance,
Through rambling ryhmester's tuneful trance,
Impalpable of limb?

Balboa mermaids, in the poo.',
So active, lissome, light and cool,
In kindly Nature's gladsome school,
I Make strong appeal to me;
No finished phase of classic art,
In chiseled marble can impart
Such thrill to my plebeian heart,
Through scholar's artful plea.

When low descends the setting sun,
When sordid daily tasks are done,
Our merry mermaids lightly run,
To seek the cooling waters;
And there disport in festive glee,
Untrammelled, graceful, light and free,
In bright and. wholesome revelry,
Balboa's comely daughters.

Fair maids of every age and rank, ,
In costumes, candid, free and frank,
With sprightly jest and guileful prank;
Indulge in gleeful games;
B-hold your Venus, passing fair;
And Anhrodite, past compare,
And Phryne, radiant and rare.
Among these sparkling dames.

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k-ihold your Psyche-lovely maid,
Behold your Circe, spiteful jade,
Behold them all. in life arrayed.
Forget exotic art;
Behold the lithe and sunple grace,,
Behold the comeliness of face, ,
Behold the beauty of your race,
"rbht stirs your inmost heart.

0h, merry mermaids, roman and play,
Be glad and blithesome while ye mnay,
In fairy antics day by day,
With youth and pleasure, rife;
We love your cheerful, lightsome mood, ,'
The charm of your fair nulchritude,
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ii. ^a SIWUerb personal. ha. t pped
"i e d 's' t "" '"oral endurance plus pbiaoplc -,onvic-
H physical taasmina Wll be 6onetantly
j g'a"and ant"i spiritual strength severely
'std. lory Is transient, the duties are ardu-
.os Ok. hi is r em Judge.
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Morastl Retinpal sowers and duties of the
.,2'ilB ely^2' ab e.. t eacuf r 381 memorable words. The
-~ "yd m a _e apnil r ofe these powers has mov -
is Wtas'^B h*, heart attack o last o efets po unborn seneratins, in-
Soevery nation and extend the frontier

lM a gens a scratch of his pea and change the
roto oun t human events with a stgle statement.
.. bwBwsdbe o'r rnepmnder-in-Chlef of more
IAf5, 'eK~s.: a i n _o t t J~e ltno MfillonU Amercaba. One out of every 11.
I. ., ch ,ogl e lyed Americans serve, the U. S. ov. THe
S am e I luenne dupon th economy of this na-e
te law T on and tumerous fore'rg lands.
SI c""mstpen .'and changee 0
ade r, omtteeHe is theo country's leading customer and bidg
a r*ie ha eamo d 'sett- employers Presidential decions directly af-.
RI ? Suth ragesn profits and e prices. The Ives of the
baker and cand-stic maker reflect
Stt thor le ta He commands the
tesde JNvy and a force second only to then
FtOp a .wN fthin A-blomb to be dropped. The consequences of h s
^^ sfttsssIqf acts may mean war or peace, prosperity or de-
fc"e 0Lon:n, nd' d rmood agdergn presllon.
Haa. ,.B5^^^^Rnm He IS in effect, mightier than Atlas. richer
than Midas and we expect him to be endowed
I HEfUJn with greater wisdom than Solomon.
ts' Herein lies the. miracle of democracy: The
iPresident obtains his powers with the consent
Sof the people and he can empl them only
Sw.o r with thir su He it the Individual exprees-
s. :tf the will. la reality, he is a servant.
f-'"t":P i .,,./mNo many royal rulers have had the powers

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1.50 a day of
'is contracted Official word from Federal Reserve Board is
that William McChesney Martin Jr., 46-year-old
utnam to say chairman of the board, will probably offer his
a 40 cents In resignation to the new Presidnt. This will be
tys or other done as a matter of courtesy, and not because
it be regard- be has to.
that it would Martin was appointed as a member of the Fed-
it might not eral, Reser Board by President Truman for a
line Workers ter- I* U l Wbem Thmas B. McCabe
resnel S chairman, President Truman
LKnegotlated nam d Martin to succeed hm for the term end-
bare bInst-
mted beyond Martn.oualn't have to resign until then, it
payment to he didn't wnt to. Bat shortly before the elec-
tion, M tI ded to offer his Lresignaton to
believe that visdet. nuo matter who It some-
Dding of tas time soon wr he tames office.
The precet. or thi wa. ,ast by ugene
ken could get Meyer, who was o4 of the Federal Re-
Sgo out on serve Board When PsisMt 1toomevelt-took of-
arrange fice. Meyer tried three tbaes to resign before F.
Ming John L. D. R. finally accepted. It.
t, wage raise PREY T AC2C *BT POM t
SIs. that the
4ay a year. Sen. stea Kefve of T., who used to
therefore be be a candidate for the t bluae ., was
aMmu tmun- away from hme a O t Otober. But this
W'wake rates tume he wa ot bal-Steven-
son. The s he.e, however,
caused his -xer-old son. DavM. to ask his
mother, "Is still practicing to be Presi-
case higher
10-per-cent- BRANNAN I LIESUlt
at the Wage
What is perhaps the most over- optimistic
a brk the sea Ual BM to come out of
L -w, case Cass elet b da( bad Its origin
it. it Agrlouitur.It was a state-
to watch meat from see ChealePF. Brannan naming
atembers a Natinal Garde and Iae Food Preservation
Ilftna that Advisory Committee-for INa.
pwlderation *
'- ..Defense secretaryy Robert A. Lovett, whose
) press conferen stmentm canmot be directly
re ently asked
over the 9 o0 o that, at sme point.
Sberapd. Anew Berding eXacked: "We
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exeremisedtby a E-aO eW BeuUve. But the Pres-

Mister Presildent is the product of his personal
caracterlatica plus historical cirum ces. -
The Interdependence of theiV forces a51 tP1
mutable as the laws of Nature ..' A t L r.-.
ASlenw tp note tha am, of our iM
Executives -, Lincoln Wilon, :
velt eercsed almost dictatorial
to wartime exigencies. And it 1is .eo S
learn they voluntarily rel~aished o
powers with the pass o the nat em *
ergency. They not only kept the democratte
le~-cy Intact but strengthened it. This re-
I sets a high tribute to their patriotic In-
Uterity as well as the endurance of fundamental
concepts expressed In the Bill of Rights.
The manifold powers of the Presidency have
been greatly expanded during the past half-
century. But there is little reason tQ fear while
a Private can vote his Commander-la-
Chief. The power of one President will never
endanger basic rights so long as the poeple
are empowered with the right to elect another
The personal eguatlor cannot be under-
estimated. It frequently. exerts a greater in-
fluence upon this nation than its' laws. You
could almost write a history of the-country by
examining the personalities of Presidenits..
Washington's patriotic purity, Jefferson's moral
fervor, Jackson's rugged honesty, Lincoln's
spiritual nobility, T. Roosevelt's flamboyant cour-
age, Wilson's superior intelligence, FDR's re-
markable vision and genius for leadership. All
of these characteristicss are reflected in the
historical record. By the same token, Har1ng's
stupidity and Truman's crude cynicism hindered
national progress... Before.a man can be a suc-
ce-sful President he must first make a suc-
cess of being a Man.
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Politics well always be burdened With the pre-
tentious, the bombastic, the hypocritical who are
Eelf-decelved and strive to delude others. They
are victims of their own absurdities. Unhappily,
such men occasionally become President (hello,
Harry!) and betray the dignity .-of their High
Office. The people would be as foolish as such
politicians to accept their failures as a national
reflection. The nation Inevitably survives them.
And the public's last laugh echoes the Laughter
of the Gods.

i Washington

With 22 wage regulations now on the books.
the country might get more stabillztlon under a
one-man administration than t now gets from
a full wage board. torn apart by dissensions.

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while we got a big .baui out of watch-
BY C. A. AKIN ing them until one of the more eager
-- beavcrs. In br party figured out that-
maybe tle presence of so many loa$-
Among the six of us we had only Ing 'sharfr .meant- that tihe flftng
two stilkes all day. Al snagged a hea- down below was no better than it .Was
vy one probably a big Jack and at the surface. Bnatebow It added up'
Bob Wilson, I believe it was, boated a so we brought In the lines, 'opened VW_
stray mackerel. For almost twelve throttles and retired to the beer cool-
hours trolling in some of the oest er while the boat made knots for the'
damned fishing water in the world it islands.
,was a sorry showing indeed. We were Later, when we cut one engine sB
a long-faced, beery lot by the time we nosed in close under the t e s
picked up the lights at the mouth of columns of San Pedro-and Ban
the Canal early that evening, there wasn't a fin in slght. Overhead.
It had been just one of those days off our port bow a -few birds were
The sun swam up through a blood milling around and beneath- thes-i '
red haze at the foot of the bay, climb- the gin-clear, water was speckled with"
ed to nine o'clock high getting hot- sardines. We .didn't see any large fish
ter :.D] the time until the overcast put v.orking the school-but wet our lines
out the fire and left the surface of anyway and veered toward it td try
the water looking- like a sheet of our luck. Al snagged his Jack in the
gicary lead. We had six lines out in- turn but got buck Tever and lost him.
eluding the springlines. There wasn't Wnile he stood there cussing- a bIuae
a bird in sight, either in the sky or streakk and all thumbs as he tried to.
- afloat. The glass was down and the gt his -spoon out again, we skirted
air was like a sodden blanket. By the Mte sardines and brought in a small
time Taboga dropped below the horl- mackerel. You would have thought we
zon astern, our four knot wake was had hung a jnarlin. '
the only ripple on the flat expanse of With everybody t e.nse anid all'-
the bay. If the fish were there, they standing up in -the stern ready for._
were down deep. We reeled in and clip- the 'expected flurry of strike, we rollM-
ped submarine sinkErs between the lines ed around and around in our own
and leaders. I wake for another half hour .before we
Another hour or so passed. Still not swallowed our gall and, after a short
even a tap down .there. No flights pass off the rocky skirts of one of
of birds gathering in any quadrant of the "other small islands, beaded 'for-
the sulky sky. No flurry of a school home still -bullheadedly plugging
anywhere around. The only signs alQlg at trolling speed.
that were not -completely alone In Tne wind nicked up a bit when we
the bay were the shark fins that cleared the lee of the, island but the
stood out here and there on the sea- chop it created wasn't enough tof -
scape looking like the tips of rusty mask the play of any schools, or ev-
knives stuck through dark c e llo- en; strays, that might rise. Optit.liP i
phane. thy name is Ieaacl There were aboi
With my skinny tallbbnei' grinding birds scattered across the sky to the
Into the seat of the Uncushioned northeast -al6ng our course sp,. like
fishing chair, I hunched over the in- fishermen, we fished. And there -weire
creasing weight of my tackle fight- the sharks again. We draged our an-
ing a losing battle against what was touchable lines in the water, marked
left of a tough Saturday night and our passing with "bright.. -empty er.
the hypnotic mutter of- the exhausts cans and c6unt'ed sharks all' the w gy.-
just below me. To- stay awake I be- back to a point just below Tb -,
gan to count shark fins..Most of them where our score stoo4 ,at .one ,
stood at some distance ronr.-the boat' dred twenty nine unmistakmbles-an
but we passed others so close. abeam a number of paslsbles that ~fight-av
that the dark lengths of the fls bea been ,por"oises.
neath them and, in some cages, their
whole wicked streamlining were Abont halfway up the bay, as we
sharnly outlined in 'the clear water., s ed by a ml .!ba s.. a i
I cannot recall ever having y en, lXi t awt .te I t he -
in Panama or elsewhere, suec a. pa- b eat, lM4toim. i4' liat i
trade of these dental monstroitM. voice of his, "Mn! Whpt' do y ..
As our cruiser nuszled along s'pose'd happen to -fellw if be H ent
through the flat calm toward th e overboard with that b sta-ed asdmqd
Pearl Islands, which loomed up i.i I 't even. like tob id '
the haze far down .the. sy be- .Mayb t
tame parent that "re 'of.t% ct '
were anur ,,ig. B *
boody on board -wa ee Pal
of spotting and otmating the fin. d e a16"
There was no caeoatja on f o y ok- het r
them at any lparUtle r qt, right -
They just 9d r
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dalled time out o(it- gg9aa
.ownt.herein.the kX -
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W". fW% doCwn. Vg hrtben and tteeA" e,
h on wa- a d li to at ask "e
Icint5 thOmorning y shbars caug ne and o .-
a up the ace, wth a pid at beet. brww the shea
k t-- n. ahta,- a thea dhee oat Into the water af u
AnhIb Ma tgr as we could. t together e a r

Sato e s- hwd aas (the baW lewst etwee

t wm alonw ea; fi 5 1. tn #ft ung lt. We mestourd
uh A& dbl open sea o
do thela smlead e B wit te
at hThe";r h y.e ebody The rest of I ts immoirtat,- rudnd
t up ,a ket Iba Cokporal Bruce wo idW
pt enms l in t when, "W ha hnd sm o any tever brsiw
e aak to the= a beach meda t give out tfor aht r .tW
a t0e line of bobbing l d teen on the bandig r oat ond
& tw Ing ar and legs day, wd Ma repot by sayng, "Tb
S f 'of the corporal four sa eaugh~t we ea of
to keep up the pae, was lad and defeat Iron the phark
r- Mhe inning. Abraham, that kUaed the bey. One of the four
bod Jbea of t. hem, seeam was nthe feet tong able the shark
bi g back to accomps- that attacked Abraham was between
a a1m along esaiy or 5 11 and six feeo te. we measured
Buey bar -r was leadin them with a tape.
aIbiiat p or tein SeAt when, "We had swam many tmes' Itn wa-
w ial si hKi ye.e, "A ter i ith sohar swimming araoud and.
sW I thought. he was o.k-we paid no attention to nhem. We
I 8w--1 clewr and saw blood hadn't done anUthing that morning to
iter." N excite tth sharks Bke alshing aad Abra-
S W haIe &eh, oal? I al ways ust awhee atong easily
b Mi have done. Me? cnse shark as # nl"
Ste about mia at all. mThere you have It.
ortrufl ae t fron. here. "I What "rovoked"c tht shark? When
m to him but before II showed Al the record aad the pho-
- him e was hit gn and toe and asked him that questlen he
body lthd hard. He cream-didnt seem to have anytg to ay
aarel' an almost at onea was He Just planked down his tweats and &
kUrely uader weter. As I swam wed out In a huff a sma* earf.
n, I dilc* Mtly felt the eere .That all happened a long time ago
ark as It pwa" directly under buf even now when I go t soak
am a flash of white as It hit some ua on the beach at Takega a
fourth time. By ths time *a see athe boys swimming onIn I"h cots
a( small ft bodt). It jist tves me the wiles. And some
r pushed ot r here how I always think about Mrs. Oaston" I
hfAe and Abraham got one old noed dog chaste Blf- Walsh up
r. Mae side. I pumbd him ft= the street to take a bite 4aftt him m
Mot =ntM then.did I know he spHe of the fact that Bill never did
u*- up as badly. He fought anything to that matt but "Ieave him
t op to UMtine he cauat"* be".

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