The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00203
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00203
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The rent hearing on U.S.-rate Panamd Camonu
s got under way this morning with the govrmsa
f-hour presentation of its case in the Fern Room'al
Tivoli Hotel.
At noon, when the public hearing adjourned 10
ch only one of the opposition front, Howard
i been heard. He had partially presented tile
, Central Labor Union-Metal Trades Council. .:
Before the hearing opened at 9 a.m. GpY. SM P
d members of the three-man panel "it is my h
ire that you make full inquiry into the issue ma 1e
e that all consideration is given to the proper
a of charges to U.S.-rate rents."
ybold also expressed his de- by both the propomnt -..a q"V
that the-'panel complete potent.
r hearings this week, apd The chairman amo
wo their recommendations that the members
1nm pot. later than Nov. 26. did not see the
latman Benjamin Kaplan, hearing either, until
arvard professor of law, in At this point,
pbning statement said "we In. cChalrmian of
e here unbiased, Impartial, tonal a
with very little informa- the American. Federation
Labor who Is si.ng thoa
ipan -pointed out the hear- AhPLM or *in.omsin
L;u be as "InftralT as b i panel
we insist on btre-td tlt hea sat I. a
* 1h order to develop the o r in
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ws ie slowly, with low-
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ru5 ml at 'atthat t1me owewruig
*Ia. orntac ejietption war givn without
Stold the enaoe uttal bed any letths ftow
Wltbh te Copay to the wnore
m re the u e No res eareh
a t-ll an,.ft.wnd, done, andwe had no opporuttl."
GoveWa,' ata Munro then presented the
pel wth a copy of a "veAal
'ua" given him at a aor-
it that other eomrn- immm-mploy shirts l e e v e
piun on.the Zone Mafttoneen.
Fruit O pasny. ,'Whm asked whether this was
iLa te reet b the chairman, Cep-
vde fre quar. i isr toble ai d "not to n
ther wrWl R.o.wever Mhnro ,explained he
ti eWlonnt tbo ltonovas offlcs an4
jftlon "4i n- the Informatloh by
.aid %a ity of the Governor. T'he
t rate-t unity Services Director.
at.1 eI W ~'I then remarked there
ai~i ons to our conver-
, which will be brought
the:P ,untr told the panel he wish-
'to Pr" that the Canal's
LIM it d of Directots have plated
Bdget on the employes which
w rente e h tit paid out of the tolls.
n1 ta also our Intention."
S tea a. O t unro stated, "to prove that
oo n it is Wthin the power of the
aB uet Company to take corrective ac-
k tthae," ThePanel adjourned atnoon
Of ght, Iave unU 1:30.

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the entire Argentine-controlled Da'
pree* nam
Uruguy was charged wILh a a
"rossly unfriendly act" that in
"Inored our sacred rlghtaqf sov- bum
ereignty and every antl-coloaalJ orI
,eso tion adopted by the lPar 10
American fraternity during the alo
past quarter century." iutol
Travel to Uruguay was sharply
restricted-just. as the o toil
American summer approaOhe~sLnla
Thus the tourit eason that nor- la
'maHU brings sustantl spenl put
Uin br thousand of ArAIutlne antd
WLO" was clttaeUe for .4
Tha-n euMr *m art1.pbohbWt- the
IU*ArmUntie v a ps
am frOM Ir tyaAme
p"taTM catain opez
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of the fap e ease.t
sloe. tdee tUmes

to 'I ame toa his
nour as to the procedures of

the Iiares ae Iln uS4
tio fr.the formula. Iak
the i they are ac-
quauod with that for-
Ka pl 1tld the attorney that
would developed during the
Qour4* tjXtfe.4 aring.
To 1pwan' s question as to
whe panel has the pow-
er to. e bow the formula
was d sat, iKaplan replied
"it is t not to ask those ques-
tions ftt.-ly in the hearing."
but to see, how It is developed
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B an busdriver,
Robinson 23,
in Balboa Magis-
ths morning for
at 30 m.p.h.
Street, Balboa.
limit Is 15
nee a iia om-
S.m. today.
driver, Benjamin
l, u7. also a Pa-
U. was fined $5 for
it s bus more than six
FroW the curb. A third
Adtro Ephraimus Sen-
Phfslantvan was fined
'".enIaiig his bus so
road as to con-
Jdnw Ie to traffic.
eft of four 10-cent
*l17-year-old Panama-
4h Mario Brigilia Agul-
sterced to 15 days.
ee was suspended
wa jat on probation
c. Aurora Taylor was
l.o the 40-cent theft.
lIoaxiho 25-year-old
Swas flr.l $5 for
ga 6ar without a IU-
hIf Rodrlguer. 20. a Pa-
*eceived a 15-dav
W tor loitering on Tivoli
I Brown R.. 30. Pana-
paid a $10 fine for
* exhibit a certificate
Uton for his car.
tsary trespassers fined
S Inocenclo Batlsta
S Antonto Maias.
Joan A. Torres. 14.
FUlarreal. 2S. was fled
'the same offense. Al

Noble quoted. urmi orft
Budget letter Sttaft a I
ma Canal CO *Snl Was
rawly toward the,
Ing quarter, other tha h) '
al-rate, employes,
slef-supoiting and that tart
mg March 1. 1952, rents
quarters should cover the o= J
of maintenance, operation 1"p
Instead of increasing rents l.
March 1, Noble said thel comp.'-
ny tried to reach the mea. nit
refl f by "drastically curmta .
expenutures for mailntenaaseO
However, fJy July, he state. Ik
became apparent that this pexle
of deferring needed mainteB
was "false economy" and
cost the Company and fmpl
more In the leUg rn
"excessive deterioration of pt

Noble said it wilnot beh
1Iscal year I14 that
stais will fuhly cover all eoamU
cJuding interest.
He then added, "Ifft
udy should disclose that -th
nts, for any specific l auseM
types of houuss are mequal-
le, and should be ra -
it; for other houses wilt
The fZ S 20
ts the operation of
arters at a defHct. .
Donovan preseta
breakdown wf al. the
mentm that are oUsM4l d
In rental eompltatisa.
Dr. Herbert Ashton, who In
vernment's represent .e-M an
e panel, asked Donowa to
rego the reading of the Id
I formula which becaa e -
bit 3 at the hearing. e
e government completed
esentation at 9:30, Noblek
ey were prepared to
ty questions on the formta i
ovide additional Informatta#
ter as requested.
Seated at the govi'eraa
ble at the hearing this mrn
g was Paul Runnestrand,
en. Counsel; Donovan; Ct
s A. Haskins, eAst. to
ounsellor, Dept. of the A
ible. and John Lewis,
countant. .
Among the spectators wi ( (
rough this morning's tUMM
ur session, beld"ia nur i
esentatives, were Rote -
velady. represeitl tae
,PC and the AmerteaM
Ion qf Government k '-.
pushing. Walter W uSr. .
andy, Mrm. arN E t eaR
d Welsh. Mrs. J eana 3ll 4
arles Hammum ndAt 3W. S
sUe Croft. '1.

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One yRAR. iN oVANoo_.--__l,2 So 4 By Victor Rieel
CIO chiefs in a hot.81 here last-
SH E AA I B Wednesday morning wereothw
who believed they were decid- m.
'sIng the late of a pale red-hena
who was a candidate for "iN.Taft
S o- future presidency of the U.
The Mail o i an fpe term tor readers of The Pnme. Amer- as well as the current o e
een. Letters are received gratefuli and ore handled in a wholly f- ency ofCIO.
dental manner. So did the friends--and eie- mt
'r ItI you eetr Ibutea leter don't be imptienft i of t d om appesI, themies-of Walter Reuther think
eaet day. Letters are published i the order eoaved e d as they sat there with Im. I
Please try to keep the letters limited to ene plge length. They were not welihlng b*l
Identity f letter writers is had in strictest cnfIde lbty. Of that they ear-
This mewspeper amms no responsibility for datete ls I sioem ain.
expressed Is letters fro readers Silently, though, the wn'
o measuring his ambition. Inthat
e ae to o e pi the I as vce-pr dent without the a me a
Sir: Impassioned Phil Murry to
In spite of the rain that fell in the morning of the 11th, soothe them they talkedoe t
the parade to open the campaign of the Isthmian Crubdeeo everything' a- "
Freedom was held in Colon. The activities of this Cr de will the ma ho was
take place until Dec. 15. in the earth of s
Almost all the organizations that were invited to thn parade the a to
participated. Among them, motorcycles from the National Po- old coal uni fughn i i
lice and from the Canal Zone, equipment of the Firemen's Corps a rys survi depresona asd
,of Colon and the Canal Zone, delegations from the publ c deputy police.
schools with their band of bugles and drums, the San Jose Col- The successor to P "m
lege with their band and battalion in their best uniforms, sev- will be chobe In th.
eral groups of explorers and girl guides of the Zone, representa- come In private two and .
.tion of the Lodges, of the C.I.O. Local No. 900. American Legion, man gab-lgsts, w "It ,
'band of the National Police and their company of rifles and calls and ImtheP alu w
helmets. of the labor llAl b&0'
In the firemen's car was carried the symbolic bell of Liber- it beat.all bth O .,.
.'ty, followed by vehicles occupied by the Governor of the Pro- But on- the streets tlhe
vince, the local directors of the Crusade, the Chief of the Colon rooms and eve n at h e od
Police and various officials of the Zone Police. there already wat of
When the parade endea, at about 10:30 a.m., the military labor lea Sof fSSu"
. banSd of Fort Gulick played in front of the Munidipl Palace Word hai .e for examl ef
which was accepted with great enthusiasm by the crowd that that the De smbotlIofiWi
was there. They played popular numbers, both in psanish and comprro 1 'Or ,eyea. be b l-gegls to ha strf
English, ending with the Anthems of the United States and Pa- press dented the had been ti u gh t a,.
Ran ca..r h.ie- _h.. .
The Local Committee of the Isthman Crusade for Freedom Ohio, P Or I tely i
wishes to thank all the organizations that cool)eraed In the In h"a, t of' a O
-.parade of the 11th. Amlart ee a% f w would
Co10n1ltltee. be em a agellealder of
--emeAt=..In 1- 9 W1 wahe -bee
THIS RENT BUSINESS Reuther wotM ee only 5. e
Dear Sir: Soleo srivonoa m2 era apong
Recent press releases indicate, in effect, that Canal Zone the gi a It was griem talk, i
rents were increased because the House Appropriations Commit- but the --- of iler are,
this is true. why hold local hearings on the problem? Why not They were at In OUO *saying: not
utake the case directly to the House AppropriationstCommittee,oWaiterwNtBo'aw
,the body that apparently instigated the Increases? Reutiher harly the chay Q uot
S Incidentally, is there any good reason why the information Dale Car~ wo'By dcho IARK
lust released by .the Panama Canal Company votld not have "Man of et ha~sn' By 09'ROAK
been released prior or concurrent with the announcement re- wooed anyone since he married .,. A. puhsu
garding rental increases? It might have saved the Panama Ca- Mae Wolfe. There are others
,-val Company time, money, and headaches, far mom popular In 01CO. NEW YORK.-My poor heart bled type 0 their extravagant utterance less palatable on a of
Spectator. But they are elderly men, blood for my friend Freddy Othman a while the public tnge, h
ailing men and younger men back when the elhsve Ambagsd9r, Bill O'Dwyer, This apIe to Presidents, g n tlu -.
TINES IS SAVING MONEY from smmall unlmOW who will be gave him the business on an Mtrteview concern- local p sergeant. There las ta
Balboa, C. Z. ignored. C03 doesn't want a Ing O'Dwyer's decision to hole out in Mexicm no truth In e fact that he who ex ita the .tt
-0am Green.ttwanatleader. d wet arss at
Sir: symbol like the bed-ridden W11- matter who got chosen for the Prealdenc hand to a guy in the grease -.AA"d
"resent economy storm, why don't they move those pilots out o0 Reuther'S union has a million blest in tnts in the world and wound up with The hoary hea in 'the bue ied i.
':unbboa Into Balboa where they belong, instead of having to members. Reuthrr is labor's the usual modicum of gratitude one may expect me thst the late orte roosevelt w a to
'waste the taxpayer's money for cars, gasoline, etcetera, trans~ television personality, its orator, when levels with a high-flown politico, out trial balloon way of
rting them to and fro. Its gadfly. tionsu and then Itter an o
|&d then; u tter"
YourtrulyReuther theironenatonlly ed talked to Hisxcell for a couple of aned ~ay If the .a. .ot w
Y u- Economy Conscious.. ublicized figure at Politicalhoitrad wrote aplede to te effect that the He then bmade essel h M ,
oentgwhen they believe the brave o from MauhAvilea aon-Shasrook br of what, he i "d4
a leader of national re- had decided to cast his future with the to, t mo r latterlyT
.'ute. For there were -n tw"ter-w aAsn""ad_-ofIhh0;. ou ngot.
a* OPittsburgh who hi = 'New York Pity, Whene.1lag1r 'Oman was i to
i told that Eenhower had turn- Fred Othman Is a nie .. erybody time of war wliUt ern' to a . "
ed to Taft at the now elemm h been bed.la 'the b amweenti zefts di pl Im . .h
r meeting on M rlnoa de 1redy wnt to de .tow' -
lumn 6 OrgI of smdl .By the way Bob. I want y Ir. n t
*a Col w he8 kn to wow that in J anuary., I w A nice and rsympathetic u, reddy gave am tl
-- taa NI support you for the chairman- Owyer a the boa of l It calle-_.a lir critVi nc',n
SDt ship of the Senatorial h ld tnl er touring term o jth. .e Ura e. .. ,.-
S 9 Wr god Committee." o 6 O'Dwyer had ,a ar a 04 31rhe .wa.i,'
10 Upsehe Thatm ttethe C !~a same subject, Wceptt that e tf
811110 11801111111111 That asug a to the CIO Re"'he refrained from behin the wod a "ba "4f 0n I11M
I Uimb 1 Daedelus' I on amr that oe nat connection with falsehood. _. .r9
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-l a dI Sl ad~-. e I doubt there Is a mure one .and a dostw ondte. 0
C .t r ,m s. 2 Grades aI 0o td the s ymbel to blaset nthe i reporter alive tha f rnet .. .

Eleatricsai mer34,38 Hebrew 44 CoodSibria MX5.l.stlaaN wu.dhbe the nor ha newho has sor t-.
starhry food 36 EngIshprPOORC40 Ingredientsrcontinent Po. W ss tpto theWO0walutm jeatn 'r do heW bsel
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t.Ps e.m 2 is aa 19 k Air Rescue adrons Renmed.
artery Caribbean Air The renaming of the U.S. A4'
N 2 r announced today that force Air Rescue Squadrons la
a CfaidroU Mweeting wr was formerly known s tbe world w wsa learned, and
". ,. Meeting Rbscue Squadron at hA- ,ocally wiI involve any con
S " T ular meet the Mslsiui lrn RbmatAion b ir Force Base has been temnlated chohge In personnel.
Hm. Hadan l.. wl Made ativol redeaignated as lst Air Rescue 1a Air Rescue sister flights at
est be.hald .this ev-a- (t 7: p.m. ervations may now be made rGoup. Former Flights A and B. P.amey Air Fore Base. Puerto
S '- .pa' a t he Pedro (IjO otI at the atel Tivoli for either which have fired largely in Rico and Kindley Air Force Base,
si Tb. Co-hot be Mra. gn.ving luncheon or din- msions in this area. Bermuda, formerly known as
A... Afartf and Mrs. Mable. 10 ich will .be served on have been renamed the 26th Air F rights 0 ad D. are now known
",rl November 97, from 1e Squadron and the 27th as the 28th p.nd 2th Air Rescue
Se 00 a.m. to 2:00 Ii.; e from ue Squadron, respective- Squadrons.
,4 elit l 1;00. w to:30 P.. i. Albrook's 26th and 27th Squad-
. ^ ..o .....10 WOMMan' m -rons, as well as Ramey's 28th
----I Gr ineetthsm nvrhns at yReadin G p o hl Suadron will continue to quarflyotle
S.t o S t' b et, mn el Tuesday nruman SA-M1 Albatross while
SAo women th e e lay-Readin r the squadron in Brmuda will

rs, Unl Club ora Aven e. 1"comBan vmanded by Lt. Colonel Jo'
trswpn pea .ient Unithe of u A. don, "al O Lee will be Incharge of Nov." 1 UP)--Ar-
n 2ll de ure Abs e o e o h Nwew York success "The ameMoon sI authorities had
S.r. ecepton given from .w Blue" by F. Hugh Herbert. e d cautions at all air- .
Sa 8:00 last .v:nn. 8te TuTp Members of the Colle Club watch for an American
a t. i aon the occasion r 3 ?SS rana- dter gluests are inv td. al.p have threatened Princess a
She lntl ..of the firm's owi en Luneheen-Me tingt at M e h
1 St --_ pL^.lt^ 0Iv Ar my-Navy Club Offile el .i the threat to the ,
ol. are Ridents 'rThe regular montiy luaoheon 22'g -ol0i1 ofueEn Ellza-
sliarA M. Residents 4 meeting .of the N 0t_ era beteI etter to an
SaniM B. B. Powe Club, Fifteenth Naval .Ditrict, Bqtie f. Britain and in
SSanely of Pedro Miguelchang- ehnte--can Women wUl be held tomorrow an the Ar- coItwtn" aJ the United .
Sdurdan.meg dee n sa. m r y-Naw Club, Fort Aador. tes aceo to the struc-
tlhr resdenc e akV Mrs Martha MInW tona issued to eOffice and
S. efr-end, to' a oOttage ui Dwo. aipiB, S bez and their chairman of the commfttfTI Apeal bra.h security officials S
rese a m on Wednes- the luncheon a ge- at the BrItih iorts were under-
TaEOb .ikglv Ngn. 'n t whielleaed Uome and wln be asa1d 1eby stood t to hive been warned ndiH"
Off~a8^iCtw J j- -ile be flayed M. Alice Patras Mrs. Leona similarly. ,.
SUnited service CeatSer. wipa ya gbe' made by and r en O ane o 8pe n fpr bb Scotland-
their-fal ThanKBgivlne con onMon- br A. C.JedIn- e e Yard at o ce de-w i
Swll to on the lath- ay. November 24, presenting the Ade a C FerLea h ned the kept.
mt" .. ... La Bo0 n School Alumni Choir un- ,.2-.17; or, Club "H e e rn Yo arscce sset T"T meM -o-s d 10#i alrb" shad
ma l* er the direction of Miss erly a Fern Le Cha mi s described asn ena a
uth .T rt.a w the evening at i30 at .wich middle aed ierican doctor.
*1 ..Tng^ .I ndr p Dwil
.HaUen nerelPis idensTe Too,,t degrelsm. lune on22. rtoflQtuee h El za -t
.Mb f the Cat-e- b J Uowlng the + tried to ener b*ltah. 1trtash
a o .etoed tis dents 50 cents;- idmltauer-oIt avaldtit re-tt : G I re io Oahin ve

-...teoan W0'Wes- chairman of th. eet ingpcorgof
t "o be g with Brit-
Smy. ee he a Wter's Group of the C be held tomorrow evening at the an's top. recurlty agent.
aAm home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Officials did. not .dicloae the
iM CUl wilher *a e Aranel~of the Nationa Morgan at'Muraflores. nature of the reported threat. __,-_M__ --_--_
Th a monthly m a Thurday; wl Id it regular dinner-meet-
1to P0 m.at toMmorrow at 0 b.C.m. In the
9 ftn. Svic c Little alUery of Ibe Hotel TbvolS.fan
Stof are asked uvene and short- INVENT R Y SALE
maKe w. blr l-ufchus, wll be discussed and members y nl d

-lOj.>#*;#*i THRU NOVEMBER 30th
.. (",n regular SALE
a c a l th Your 1.-"FAZE" New scrubbable, washable, odorless, .
-Eflat enamel for concrete, woodwork, furniture, etc. ....$6.00 $ 80
Gr. a IV.F fc r TC EJ RI wiAl0 ( 2.-"VELVACOTE" New Plastic Rubber Washable 4t
paint ............................... ........... 5.50 4 .0O
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II )LLYWOOD. -NEA, GuL\s ien of '-The Band Wagon." :ith. -
a'1 d Dolls: One o01 le., 1.,-inai s I-red Astaire. Ten New York hit-s -. '
at Hollylwood hiRiia I-iool .lipprud l10 \ears., including "*Bloomc'r
me the lowdown onil Lana Tiulter Unil t ana "High Button Shoes.".
bolore she becair i fIarmods and .-ouUld hale brought Nannette to
its an item for the Wov de- the screen long ago but she sass. *-
parl. ment. -lI as closing well and decided it
L ina' and Broal 0'.'.'- lnusic.il ,u% lid Id e silly to accept a nmo ic
c(medv stai. Na.in ite FaDra.a%. 01r F
v n. in thie sme im class and Meet the People" zoomed'
s. u( er-eyed Na iiette remeni- NilneLte to stardom alter she
b~r, loraduated iron, the -Our Gang"
"lbaia was the talk of the ,-.iedles. She '%as the siren of
., hool because she wore the the gang. but she still winces:
sinrleAt shorti \e'd eier seen.. Tne dug hated me!" "
she rolled *cni IIup like a Bikini.
,nml that Aanl't all. She %ore (UT OUT FOR CUT-UP
absolutely' nothing under her
mniddN bhiim- EAei actoi has his oviwn special
No\ L.i n N 'i lllI MC M i. -i.u Il"ii lor k ltp i n to TV and
, .iiKln- i i in L orei-tol Ken Tobey's is Ith Chance to plas
N .nnli it, h.i r ,l in' in'. n~ll_ .:-irlintp. Inu-c'ood heels.
"Cagney, Bogey. Richard W'id-
. mark-all or tniem got started in
-...__ ral rough parts," red-haired
Ken told me. "I wasn't cut out to
Fa t-* anywhere playing nice guis. II
BStoSt I wasn't cut out to sit around
an l wait for work. either.
service.! In 13 months at RKO. my only SUPER- C MF
or,,.'tures were 'The Thine' and
SThe Murder. What would hap-
OAIST ATOA pirn to th) e knou-hvw oi a sten- Wonderfully soft Non-b
:.'i.pher or a pianist it he could
-TYPE Iui oi K at his trade)'" Never needs restuf
Ken s due on the home screen,,
soon in "Dragnet." which he Also the woI
L'-11: 'the best thing I've ever,
di ne The Unexpeteed," "Fire-
s.ide Theater." and other shows.,
Thlhnia RittEr isn't squawking..'
.di^ h d hitting, that )er D U INILO
hl0l* ie career hasn't turned out
S. cli hoped it would After the M A T T
.t3ll. S sciearned "'Another Marle
Dre-sler" when she clicked In
'Tri' .Mating Season" and "The' Latex
S!udel and the Marriage Broker." C
The roles keep coming Thel- Cool *H ygieni
ma's way at Fox. where she's un-'
L S A NGE t(ler contract, "but they are not'
LOS ANGELES the big ones that were promised." NO ONE CAN TOl
Thelma's playing a loud-mouth-
MIAMI ed Montana millionairess in I
EW ORLEANS "Nearer My God to Thee." the'
NEW ORLEANS sinkin of the Titanic story, but Agencas W .
she's still -saying, "I'm no come-
MEXICO CITY dienne." I Tel. 2-2771 14
MEXIC IT "I'm just not a funny woman,, "
TONhe hruggeA. "I'm a character. Also Avail
HOUSTON actress. A funny woman to me Is
JJan Davis. When I'm asked to'
GUATEMALA ao physical comedy, It's so pa- PHILIPPINE RATTAN
R hetic it would break your heart.'" MUEBLERIA EL I
I t may come as a shock to tbeCA
nookkeepers who add up the pep-
MANAGUA [it.s on his films. but Stewa-t
*Granger will be throwing in te .
SAN JOSE 'owel as an actor before long to actress going, so I turned to sing-
tiv for a new career as a p:rn in 1 hope that 'See How They
"D ,....................... ciUcer-director Run will help break down the
*i.. b.e'I 'Bhd The, rugged. colorful Brit barriers."
star ln literally bust n out -
Sthose tights he wears out It's full-fledged stardom at
Swashbucklers because "I'm MGM from now on for the youth-
the wrong end. Acting is fol dance wizards. Marge and
dullest part of the business r Gower Champion. "Give a Girl
me. Not that I'm not delighted to a Break" is their latest and
be a star. But movies aren't. Marge is glowing over one dance
S I c writing to me when the shootl7g routine which tops all of their
hegins. It's the preparation-the twinkle-toe efforts.
casting, the sets. everything tht It's a dream sequence in which
Ste )our Traotel 49ent or comes before that fascinates tie Champlouns spin and whirl
Sr e." ay ound groups of 46 celng-high
Sp Dales.
WORLD'S The big buzz at MOM is the ", The poles," Maree flashed it.
X MOSTP in,1NCD performance of Dorothy Dan. -'Ive us a super third partner
SMOST IXPIRINCI dge as a, schoolteacherI 'n 'See. '.Pable of arrestlng motion and
SM ,HowThney Run" Hollywood's we can do things skaters do with
S first all-Nero dramatic flicker o01t skates. It's amazing.
PAN M I A since "Hallelujah." And fie iro- ------- I
nv of it is that Lena Horne. whom Ancients Dugouts Found
l Poname L S!eet No. 5 the same studio because drama- A oarty of clam-hunting young-
Tel S No. 50670 ti arts were denied her t ers discovered fourdugout can-
Tel f.0670 "I started out as an actress." oPs in a mud flat here which the
Colon Sai, Bids, Tel 1097 comely Dorothy told me. "But I .tute archaeologist. John Orif-
XL.S.' P *, .. ,,, .., ;oon discovered that there were fin believes were made by Inr
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Sind polled committee and Mrti
0 dia A -nhe adWUltpr r is in line for speakership of
. W17 (UP) Administration of the Hoe.ca a eower'
ARMS.-" Mtoa' .... It fic. is ~ odft~y they [iwight ,s isenhower's meet- Commodore Hotel headquar-
qS. n"&-- UPI.do.111 %g with President Trua tOmorrow-will prompt him to te to discuss plans for the
.0f ..uIw it. ,GOP legislative program, Ha-
...jp aS.. ml a A d h^ we : th, nation not t*e o ~n "miracles" from his forth- gerty said.
s' .' ri' Engagements Wednesday also
no "'' .* / . .. Include meetings with 'Sen,
wb wear ysaid the Kren war and the truce crisis will Styles Bridges ( -N.H.), rank- -
--Ha-lf the m pt a ,tsdiscussed by the Ing GOP member of both theI
sleet Mntf tei their momentous ed ervcea mmittes and
Sn corn-ja' worn by _. oSger Deajuin.s NWh Ot HWise conferdice. Thy tEisenhower will sen. Alendr Wley u R-wis.),
en-dl nM 'bw. ~. L-pp' in a beau who is sla=edto become chair,
El W a BPo "t P ra rth erpessimis prt fmanOf an oftloe rd Relationa
oek quarter atu even- Red and blue evening gowns "Eisenhower warned in the ltt.r stages of his cam- Committee when the Republ
...... .u ver M b Mrs Roscoe Crump lTv -;-, ra t cans reorganize the Senate.
ILn .... en-... ereo1 ~ *r pign that he did not eXpct to tlreelin Krea. Oher appointments havi
' the-.ven-for 'ChristmasDand,mwasifollowPC Xther..,'oin-mendn'ave
SWtiiM -d b-.da attire for Now Year's 3 'WD A4 But Democratic officials said he Mqft as lost iii the been made forWedneay with
aA= home. n -CiLvs~.. Ddy SW tU Jat of the campaign eand hoped I wNud repeat it inI mitteeman from ,Texas; Lewis
rage L .aw- be sst- d 'fortheo r and the.V N V definite" formal statement now. K. Gough, Pasadena, Calif., na-
tlaped'w 1 th 6a1 Nether- from both chapter J ltof t onal commander oj the Amer-
I d,: t t Net K l r ot ', Theo authorities said m aWf d of aiportant de- ican Legion just ek from a
I t r fr om_ eta- Chaptor an 1 4 ,persons, both in this coity fense, aaffairs and fiscal Korean trip, and a joint meet-
M eMWith M Pat Linneville from Alpit *AI 4. and abroad, still believe that problems facing the new Ed- Ing with Herbert Brownell, Jr.,
-eoffee represented this ocea w kis- aenhaw.xa personal vaestia- minlstration as it takes over. and Gov. Sherman Adams pf
.. W. n on I thd the war, A, A'beA,he la in the heat 1New Hampshire, two of Elsen-
m' rs. W .CW.e -Te sorority members sang ? I0 The ga t baunhltoo of thi i. ebte on Korea, hower's chief campaign state+
mstWedwita m a be,...- i C ght"s arintme de rl"ft. would.like some expression gists.
ne wri h abe.W climax.for .a fversna orfulout 1 ."aBu- d ed ea sd fo tt is The general, his wife and
$dle to honor and enjoyable afternoon. elna walea- lawthe Allied re- I Lodge will head a proeassion
who 1s Who f .. Deser.t refreshments "f1 usal to. repatriate through downtown Washing-
s woxth bwith Devseat rthefrconsheonats w Administration offlcd Commsealt pinenrs of war. I ton 'tomorrow. They will drop
e' lotion roam ..c** .. .. o o. they fear that without While Democratic officials be- off Mrs. Elsenhower at the
U.. T models' colffureeB we-. words of caution, .rer's lieve Elsehower support the Statler Hotel and continue to
" yledby Mavs. trip at ht be' recorded as a U.N. stand, he hbs given no the White House for the 2
SVu'B hohoree Neither side vul. "*fallur" it the Korean war does Indication "that he will makeI p.m. meeting with Mr. Trau-
'In the Margarita Rosary Altar Smoib W*s4 Nwuti E-dt not end quickly. any commitments before he ac- man.
Sorh eteo/tion and Soelety Meeting 19 lp s 29 3 If this label was mis nly tually takes office. After the meeting the Presi-
work 'iThe rear meetlg of thq. 3 4 Pas 4 # Pass put on thp trip. theLy it Mr. Truman feels Eisenhower dent and too administration of-
On. Ro Altar 8oed f' the Holy 4e- 's PaM might ., should not be asked to share Ificials. Eisenhower will drive to
Sf a teid an Fay Church tIn a. will Opeined- 3 1) y. Into the haM* of any responsIbilty for Admlnis-Ithe airport and fly to New York
Schon et be d tomorrow at 9:0 .m. in the Communists and mpt traction moves, I where he and Mrs. Eisenhower
2 neParish Hall of the church. AlU them to redouble thelml tary But the President does want will resume their residence at
'I members are ur pd to attend, efforts and stand firm abaht a liaison arrangement estab- 60 Morningside Drive.
t- ftI1 When you begin to play a an iarmatAe. lished that would go Into action Eisenhowei. who has vacation-
ow Mr. and Mru. B tter haoa, you make oOtMe sor at oea. free world as rt if any new cold war crises de- ed at the Augusta National Gold
Ati W med bAid avigaton p a, wnen the nds not by touching new velop In the next nine weeks. Club, has not seen Taft since
S d. ,.. I to, o questions and dcour- Meanwhile it was learned that late .in September. when the
d- .. ran- hy a '_th oppe age~ g ong the a lla. President Truman may give an two met during the general's
SGatn, hO Sy card t athT;a a ce r. j 'Tr n vtelsd -accounting of the more than Ohio campaign.
'' 'ttaaka In W padicula e wrh to aD an o .er r .- seven years of his administra- Taft, Eisenhower's chief op-
en mg 0 p- a' t a dopis.may raltidiet tfroi'mbDemocratic e- tion iq an .unprqcedenmed fare- ponent for the GOP nomina-
St n, fbe of pt' publican trol of the rn- well address to e flextt Con- tion, was pictured by the De-
et I 8tie. r t d [tead- chdgge a0"you comanue to play meit An.. The two md wI tress early in J.uary. mecrats as having "captured"
e-t het.e I f rI ne
U ." R.". .the hand, and Ifyour it la pt. ~ad there step Officials sal the outgoing Elsenhower. The general re-
Dul and Mazr.t Branatetterar a y J ou don't w h .lto Hue chief executl has made no plied he was no man's cap-
A VW- t r Ja beglnuifg of the week hth I. th decision yet but in consider- tive and had made promises
rI their 1eCat. lWddita in seriously the appearance to no one.
ie. A3 O .R. B. Sar- I, fi a-d wed id' r SecreM of State Dean Ache- .as a dramatle vehicle for a Hagerty would not go beyond
i. Mr. heStates. siotIh ewolrt wo be didn't an e. secretary. 8., final report to the people, the "legislative program" as
^z.Mr Johns-wute so mu h pt it e ddn'S bert A. Lovett are expected' to The speech would not be the the purpose for the Taft-Mar-
,.r. 8. C.DUllls. Mrs. -A. X. S. andMrs. treo wast hso auch time attending conduct most. of the briefing usual "State of the Unign" mnes- tin-Elsenhower talk.
'e a.Mr.a-. Mr Pe Birth of ioter acunr. toe dblploAmptic ,and .efenpe sage recommending legislation,. He said Wiley, a member of
SW :0 Mr.Cand Mrs. Richard Hlros opt iav ,e been. -tpentopa pointless procedure with a the U. S. delegation to the
'&. .by C ab a n administration. In- United Nations General Assem-
J t th third 1," iurty Ill stead it would review, the per- bly, wanted to discuss ending
1 he asVe1. re lad s1ci "lranfli D. Roose- matters before the.U .
S b n ed An abon he b-ea" af-- WWdvelt's death elevated Mr. Tru- Bridges is expected to discuss
hWw held.aysa reta ]lidnyder -man to the presidency. "the inauguration and fiscal
'ii 4 of .or. i die ,ittes. If the address is made, It will matters." He is one of the lead-
*.. g.,t .o .., o~.t tong re.ss organizes nal committee planning the in-
....w gsor i eer wat sne saccuat b between r ,. g when he wi n the Congress.o-
-- "e and ,n. enhower auguration.
Se takes the h of. ice, Gough advocated' on his re-
S ta BEisenhower y e t-r d a y an- turn from Korea -a fuller scale
pg 'a walkerr nounced' pla for'a series of war by U.N. forces. Presumably
4110 alsos esdad. d c New Yorak meeting this week he wants to give Eisenhower his
wrIt aeaI at with ke;- bliUaa ,congres- idqas on the Far EaStern sltua-
ed be- e aI a ai A t te slonal leaim incld1ag', a joint tion before the President-dlect
', .M ~. e 'pre-. .rf"_ sat I" confereeren ce'teh i. Robert A. leaves for Korea.
prl"h .1L .he esTaU ftand Rep. Joeaph W. Mar- Brownell was Republican na-
..d. a *s p ude l.| tin. -- tional chairman in 1944, and in
'^ ------*- ntMy. setW teup .n iof expected to be Oiscloued .ffl- Eisenhower. wi eend R la two. 1948 directed Gov. Thomas E.
r0oh ot ans Celebratus spades, ao th' no, i cally. week vacati6n in Auguste, Ga.; Dewey's unsuccessful race for
Z Annowsaliy er neede4 a P1Ub, Jjt There was some speculation tomorrow morning when he will the Presidency.
N W tS4 s bomre ga~vt S lrr ninme House conference with Presi- ehlad-the-scenes role in Eisen.
,,J'it sea i ru hW. t h.is top .ebi net dent Truman. howers campaign,
S. i ilho 1a mewsaws mb. as, ly his James A. Hagerty. Eisenhow- Adams was "chief of staff'"
lol c apd blue0cola a spdea a seaog! state ad gIe- er'nr press secretary, said the of the campaign and travelled
S~d o~'9f WasspO ou, '. gould get a- President-elect wou'd hold a almost constantly with Elsen-
alar p bfeas of the problems they- joint meeting with Taft (R-O.1 shower.
Snner in h,0tdruaaes llals o wie fainl and Martin (R-,Mas.1, OO p Hagerty said Eisenhower
a 0 oiumn e rwepr pie- eTs w f8l warned agaipat ox- leaders in the Houses of Con- would have "other important
,!e. e- .. xt major deosions g .t appointments" in "fairly heavy"
Wkr' pm. g a' ma-tln. They said it aft is chairman of the volume Thursday and Friday,
betdimen b- hng followed by lowetful Beaste Republican but did not disclose the sche-
.Cu Whch- aetdule.
a11 ave st rd Secrecy still blanketed El-
ft"ve dia s.enhower's plans for his Kor-
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Table w.th Wrought Iron Legs Reason for selling, leaving h toLOSANL, on way49 unfurnished apartments; private n- MODERN FURNITURE :00- n On Alarm Clock r. ma exe
$35.00 ALL THESE NEW. Recon Isthmus. Telephone Panama 3- 15, round trip $252.35, 90 day-sed gardens. 8061 10th Street ,Ier COU skOW-ROM b ..r..&W aW P~ ak
drtioned L,vingroom Su.tes from 1894 tl_ m Panama Dspotch Service op- New Cristobal Telephone Colom n 7: 0--oMa tn to-19M and thU. -.
12000 So ble $13000 NeFORSALE 1952 Jaguar k VIIpos Ancon but stop. Tel. Panama 1386. 8s1pr e eveirt 1. e 0I
Sand Used Rattan Furnture Singlel Sdan. Under 3000 miles. perfect 2-1655. l,, eu pel"f 8:n0.-Muaty M e .
Sbeds wth New Mattress $30.00 WI accept trade. Phone Albroo'. Prompt exert mechanical service D "HERES" 84-.Haa
Doubles from $64 00. Odd cho.r' 6207. Typewriters, Calculators, Adding FOR RfENT 9:00-- N
Gaand tables from $3.00. Rebuitt R SALE--1951 Hilman. 4 door Machines, Mimeograph Machines. 77RAute, Rw 9:15-SacredHeart Pogram
r$55.00and $65.00 Chiuna CIo- ~edan, excellent condition, dut All Makes, Robert Dixon, S. A. Roomi< TeL 34 T I
sets from $2900. Voanities from Poaid. Phone Balboa 4296. Phone Pnama 3-3477. FOR RENT.-Furnished room with ..-- 00-Ne
$20 00 All types of Used Furnture FOR SALE-1951 Pontiac De Lue' U S. DEPARTMENT OF THE meals n Bella Vista to gentlNpan r B5-Off the ReN
borgain- Sedan, Hydromatic. seat cover. INTERIOR call Ave. Justo Arosemeno Noi 57. I "" B xter A. I l : Drd..i.t): ; M ;
CASH OR CREDIT rod;o, 12.000 miles, tires and OFFICE OF TERRITORIES 1 ShippingM, moving stora. e
*.Household Exchange. 41 Automobile' engine in excellent condition $1 .. WASHINGTON 25, D. sC. "Or -p oving. storage. I3* t n t A
S Rc. Fco de a Ossa Tel. 3- 900.00 of which $900.00 con be NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Position Offerede peak and orat or movee o2:00c- eW
4c)lfinanced. Call Gamboo 6-153 be- Nevemblr 13, 1952 .05-.Lunh 61 ,%1i
S-A.-- -G vano 6-d53 be- mSealed bids ill be received by the WANTED-English and .anythi .. 'Phone 2-241. 13:-Popular o
S FOR SALE -MAhogan.y vanity and tween 8 and 4 P m. Chief of the Public Works Division. negrapher for general eof -W 2-262, PanamL ..
bench. two erd tables, one chair. FOR SALE:-1941 Pontiac Convert- Office of Territories, Department of correspondence end filiqn.' ly *
poker table. and new drapery ma- ible 8. needs new top. not run- the Interior, Room 2713. Intctor in own handwriting stating age, l: -Ne s r ,
Sterraol 5426-A. Diablo Heights. nrng as needs points, 2 new fires. Building, Washington 25, D. C. un- education, experience, reforst ef e0esu 1: 15-Pty 9
1- 2-4448 or hous- 1573-H. til 2.00 P. M., Eastern Standard aet. Also state salary deaired n rr
. ," * Il' Balboa. $100.00_ Time, January 12, 1953 for the enclose photograph. Address "Ste- "VKJ

Prjc, 53-105,. ,. o ,-T ,,,Eprecd f. a.-,.12and ,r r .Hl ol
LCST: Police dog. one yar Ptlo NALS GoowIng:- St. Themos, Virgin Islands ama, P. O.Br GrBjatm" :.-ili of _e.VRn.gg pte
swes to name ao Re" Tele- I-ober reliable Enghshman would.lke Section A Charlotte Amore High Wneat appearance. "Apply Duiblo 'da:--U ''-" a .

Ia WANTED Joe adison Elementary School FOR SALE 7'=^FOR OU REQR S
neatOB aOprn -plDiboads %%T
em't cri:. st I ., ,ae FI .r io.** x Robert Herrck Elementary School Micelln NATIVE TlM'

senrep. R ewrd.' s nh ..- oe m r. Secton8oAteato- r 0Section B Alter doze nsGlnan AddUPeItio.n _.

L.,er bad nore sit down withv 25-40 B. 900. No. 565, C.O- II- St Ci, V lad thof new ee time ndnlce used rndrc p & sds ROY, W .N*
m hisan and hladie ral Ych Club. bthe ..i.ove hebids will be pbiclom lbl. Mtalr- P ".
neyfter the hor ntset for the bid Cent oO Ris G1
general w rould need only h SALEngill be returned unopened. a Puppy. Fawn with blM k

.Me.howeruill have sn t er. Be e t & M odoe s Plans and Sp A ecifeoation s and other mask. Tr opic al 606The t I t
I "Nlu en acrchrietrday1nae mono Mtproposed conrl dementry chool FOR SALE:--Nw crrua roIf- I J L -YORK Nov 17 (UP-
for a man-to-man talk wthFO SALE:--26 foot cabi cruiserta h Fp R 'h
1 l.e r ano s ned "s e do-i s c. 8lc A dorcm chapter of the er11nds District Branch, Public Works a ndt 3-0035w shade, m or 1 i W

i u in lan r h i Reserve Officers Association ln Dvisson, Thomaes Mooney, Char FOR SALEr-Ladies fur cootle. Me l WS .
S.ny hide ts prjudcs b Lou f te Al- lotte Amalie, St. Thomas;o U. Vlr 14, Brown Beavertt. Very a
S o e e ook Of s Cdnes- gin Islonds; Mrd a. Dyer Compny condition.. $35.00. Phone 2- .

she Elehwer e to trhenday at 7:30 Dte Te24 Sct hool Street Bostn -b, Moss- 5434-A, Diablo HA:fs. V- aS
oeemoA v.l M emb nesdo y proposed contt documents areWorks FOR SALE:-SNew .5 footrg re!ri- c YO No. 17g 'fun-- i0:-.D:C th_,r
U iu r c h yesterday morning, i open for public inspection at the of- ing 2' x 6'. Heavy gauged. Phone' 10)0-Vrilo n -
SLzcl denounced "the dabo- ac Lc Air Force chapter of the Isln ds D district Bran ch, PublWashington rks D. C0b School o 1 er --p rht IIe r s

Sth hip," he said urged to attend. Ad. G. C.e Officeo 1113 Congress diwosher. 50 o Maron r as her tt others -ie.a i
SIdle ut KlruKan "s fh insdv eOrs Otfifa t lou tIobrartl. n in Divson, Thomas G. Mooney, Car- FOR eLE.-Lodies fur7 o e ~p

a..rlyspari or reortnrom L igw cense DeadliPne rnts m b fom oe f e -o 4-4 59.tow
ous m ies. rook Offcers Cub on Wdne- gin Ilnds; A. Dyer Company, condition $35.. hone VO

AS he le o the church l sunday at 7:30 .. 24 Sachiool S .eet. Boo n -8, Mas R SALE:- ablo Ht. Reg e .-reunion ?oas ea -e-Od SBC-lrtIh W I
he congrlatexde nthe sttortrhe, 0 e I wilturond unoe. Dn P Fn wtM

SA Memoiaeldpr~bty pu elbileedneshedbayi oh ans andSpecifa tnioaJand ecot 7110De M. m m c 0-
chusetts; Lester M. Marx, Ch ef FnOR SALE:-Srve 8.5 fot refri- r ac.bdc fn a .o

yvers tepropoa ornaing ,,fon p pubicatinspection pattenof-ewchrgte-r Xr 4 als aWftr thNV1(U) 0.
of Sou thern Ronserva. e Demoe Mbove s0ate inut 2x6'nevgoed o raDId tI
on hi sermon All member of the Pacc Public Works tDivision Rct m 2er 3 a erator, $00. FlOor cabinet holRD
-I liked that, shooting from Air Fore chapter. ROA are nterIor Builndiing, Wishingon. D.C.; del dswasher, $50. 25 rl e her others,

f Kdth Ko hip." he saidn. urged to attend. .. o the Cofe of nsefss A. I

o fVir giniads Jhnej Bchindte- gict oe drivtwoott ireno t Al- rtloed o.A 2lie, P uSert o RicanReT- LeS.randos1sBrialte t e -O-n
hUk,,ne e Sounerala p tl e nd neor.T3 wBild sotors,-uognb N, -an Ju co, FOS ALe: 3Ode M Double ,.dk a
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esor all sedcn ay t he baP isooon t orsa ,fo'm10 *oHuI'M.
D aI s arm basic bid sor each s1cthnt o all of oe-e l w gre
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Oed"tn aeo a' aB alIo th1 7e72.em

Meanwheleclaredwrllebeahae, ehny vr t ohueae of bin thA ie t tghi
here fr the hreme-day confer- BuildinN. an Juan, Puerto RicO. t d t nd-
01ce ofc Sud.hern governorsa. sci f Oica o.. prFyetor", to one o-M.

whichbegandnsiciallents S[e toou dN
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frly start of a JworkingtwoLcnrpm rM.eA. trer es g en er e
itceane. oe Ri goouredodi'theioffice ofy M301 .farm ersforb
"c-qde dytyfsystem',frnothedout.oIe of po_._"86-6146,fw
B ottlev sa tei s ai d hqte do d n AIRo B (ernya Ngeu ndw En- mode o,,o us e0
e aiSeutyWednespo y neelircerondEat24.SchoolStreet, Boston.ePotep 'd ple ,Ecuadorte-
dwen" most.Democratsw. we ro.e.1.uFORnnrhrAi u e o i by' t OR SA E +miimad beut.
i tedo R epublicanain the Nov-t'. Po o $50 b ".. '. .
pr leadership....... b' u rheaddediTiue tdCivlAfyairs fDirector .toalsrtf d ified checikPayabletto the Tred- d onor Li t 1- bu'5at ro= -
that ay. Shivner pernoabyi sd no mainder that an-surer of theUnitediStntes,tallof -e.etA ""rom"c i''
," ....will stayTplhcations for 1953 license slauteswhich cwilesl .funded to bon fide r F- RSALE:
th fred'epinic 5 the chiefrxe-, Six-the ofl.- those detawned.wereudo furn ins q eormance The 1952 Aoe.Caul jg-A169,
n of L, ,, ian.. the.owi na e oanumaerstwicn p leded tirt y (30 calendar ) d calendar t of i p
Htrend awafom cTratumis; -art_,! Tebevheld in the License Gdays from the doe of bid openinseresthtrgh Atu-
Virginia woulnd oe rate9 to telo to rej andlbdsany her
get .ftheDeorae.t icar ty- backn a .l uW r '-m theryeo. ahfidefbiddarnIss. anyp-r- ]
where w b... w The Civic Coa3n0llw ill ca The Go vnwh submits a bld for easervesral ,to'i are
ando supervise the drawingoc contract bt do not include per- T f
"' ago," he........ oreoumbers 21 to 999 tclusive.aeiSon who ssubt quotation to the i
ujuuiofsoubic is Invited to attend thegeneraol orftratibidders, o t olTo atblliury
Shhivers'vproposacofor a coarhtion,'s e ,nttheaOn
"ofSouthern conservative Demo- .-stabovedtOW sighbUnt, and who do ioDavbu
the Midwest "a fine Ithing--,I"ff.. ... funded up receiptLehereofiJ esey5qWthfa
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Maryland Rates Sugar Nod ,
(By Unied Press)
The New Year's Day bowl pic- nesota. It may be another wee
tus ie clearer on this Monday before the Big 10 entry 1is* .
afr the Saturday before, nounced.
Nut for some teams, the day The other major bowls -
means only a hangover. Orange and 'Gator may manU
Maryland, of course, is nurs- selections during the week.
UlS the biggest one. The Terra- Saturday's action also b
pins carried a 21-game winning bearing on Conference Utitles
streak into Oxford, Mississippi, round the country. Tetar
Saturday afternoon. By nightfall, strengthened its hold on Q0
Mlssissippi had broken off that Southwest championship. Uta
streak with a 21-14 victory and beat Santa Clara 16-13 and sta=-
had earn"-' a Sugar Bowl bid in ed on top of the Skyline confer#
the proc,' "Ole Miss" also re- ence. Georgia Tech and Tbnnem
diced the major unbeaten ranks see both winners remat4
to four: Southern Cal, UCLA, the two unbeatens in the Sotth.
atur4ay Georgia T e c h and eastern Conference.
Mihigan State. Duke holds Its lead in tnb
fh, once-proud. Terrapins go Southern Conference with a 14.
against Alabama this week. but victory over Wake Forest.
aft Saturday, there's little to despite a non-Conference
1 o Sorward to. set by Army 14-13 remains t
r Ole Miss it's another story. leader in the Ivy League.
t battling southerners got Oklahoma by crushing vif.
their choice in the dressing sour 47-7-took undisputed lean
room: The Orange Bowl at Mla' in the Big Seven Conferenca
ml or the Sugar Bowl at New And, In the Missouri Valley Coa0
Orleans against Georgia Tech. ference Houston leads wtthr a
Howling and whooping over the unbeaten record, in two confer
big upset of the weekend, the ences games although Tul Ia
boy chose Georgia Tech and the won four. e lsa shows one coan
S r Bowl. ference loss.
That completes the lineup at
New Orleans. Sr
The Cotton Bowl game at Dal- Pro Cage Scores
las also is set.
Tennessee accepted the visit-
as' bid last week. Saturday Tex- SATURDAY'S NBA RESULTS
as beat Texas Qhristian 14-7, to Indianapolis 79, Philadelphia 71
win the home team's spot at Baltimore 97, Syracuse 91
Dallas. New York 79, Boston 68
The Rose Bowl selections will Rochester 97, Minneapolis 8 -
have to wait at least until Sat- Milwaukee 71 Fort Wayne 68.
urday, but we know where the
teams will come from. It will be STANDINGS
the Big Ten Champ against the National Asoelation
Pacific Coast Conference leader. Eastern Division
Right now both conferences are W L Pet
tied up: Southern Cal knotted New York 4 1 .800
with UCLA on the Coast and Syracuse 3 3 .5"
Michigan tied with Wisconsin In Baltimore 2 3 .400
tle Boston 2 4 .
Southern Cal tangles with U- Philadelphia 1 4 2S
CLA next weekend, so barring Westerne Division a
a tie we should have the Pa- Rochester 1 .1
cifle Coast Rose Bowl entry by MinneapolIs 5 3
next Saturday night. In the Big Milwaukee 3 2 .00
10, Michigan plays Ohio State Indianapolis 3 5 57S
and Wisconsin goes against Min- Fort Wayne 1 5 .1J

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The 504th FA Battalion took
top honors in the first night of
action In the ArmedForces Box-
:nx Tournament Saturday night
at the Fort Kobbe Arena when
It sent five battles into the ring
and walked off with five vic-
tories. A crowd of 4,000 fight
fans watched the action as the
1952 r y gok wdplerway In
the f O' three nights of ac-
T AAA Group suffered
Vi&t losses as six of the
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nro _tfte- in the bantam-
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= 801th puttu to op the
prarm. atrany defeated
Robert Smith and Berrios took
the- measure of Luis Gonsales.
BoD victories were by unanim-
ous decialoh Berriaa Is the de-
fending titlehdider, winning
both the Panama rea and the
USAROAAIB titles last' year.
Mercado Alverei kept the 504tb
n the victory column with a
a de n over Jose of
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evening by 64th fighters.
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Warren of Albrook in the light
heavyweight division. Both men
came out swinging at the bell
and kept up a terrific pace until
t hey grow weary durinfr the late

stage of the bout. McAleer had
dropped a split decision to War-
ren earlier but this time the de- DB r ZOs C
cislon was unanimous In favor of
the 65th fighter.
Robert Hanley of Corotal gave
ug aente Santlago of the uth Brazos Brook copper
dancing lesson in the leather- walloping Summit Hills
weight bout and gained a split The final round wa
declai from tjeudge for bih result was a foregone i
to._ ad t.lft -f" ,W ill
evening In. theo htwelo A 0eojWS gi
when ae floored Antono Quinta-
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Arthur Harper, also of the 33d, Chadwick-0. Engelke..
followed his example with a KO Le Croix-Wilson. . .
over bimael Soto of the 65th at- Hurdle-Townsend. . .
ter only 40 seconds of the second French-Morland .
round. Morris-White. . . ..
Lou Pefetto at the 45th, who Parks-Bur. . . ..
had dropped two decisions to Lee Bytd-WUUam. . .
WIlsonof the 33d during smoker Day-McD ld . .
bouts, turned the tables and col Huldatqulst-erger . .
looted the victory this time by a Serger-tu . . ..
TKO when WUson suffered a Appl ault-Parks . .
severe cul over his left eye whici OGarrett-Leih. . . ..
obMared his vision and the ring Nufes-Reed. . . ..
doctor called a halt to the pro- Agnew-Nickerson. . .
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- Gen. J. Lawton Collins said "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Ab
today the Army plans to use!
helicopters to carry companies of
troops and cargo into battle In TWENTY-EIGHTH TEAR. PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 195
The Army chief of staff told
reporters the Army will have one
company of Sikorsky H-19 cargo
helicopters in Korea "before
long," and the windmills will be
available to move troops. Ro
One H-19 carries eight men.
Normally, there are 21 cargo
helicopters to a company.
Asked if additional caro-troop
helicopters would be sent to Ko-
rea. Collins said: "We will send N ot Y DI ie
more if they are needed I
He said this will depend on WASHINGTON. Nov. 17 (UP, -'tne development of various types -as distinguished from the ato-
production, and how satisfac- The hydrogen super bomb, capa- lo weapons. In furtherance of the mic era."
torily the helicopters perform in ble of destroying whole cities in Fresident's announcement of
Korean operations, a flash with blast and fire. has Jcnqary 31. 1950. the test pro- The new weapon uses pr-
The Marine Corps pioneered r.w Joned the United States' ar- 'rram Included experiments con- cisely the same kind of 1 a
the use of the helicopter for senal of atomic weapons. tributing to thermonuclear that energize the sun and ot.er
both movement of cargo and Informed sources said that -veapons research stars. There is no theoretical
transportation of ass a u lt this Is a clear meaning of a brief "Scientific executives for the limit to its destructive power.
troops. official announcement issued by t-sts have expressed satisfaction It Is a city killer without peer.
Late last winter the Marines the Atomic Energy Commission with the results. The leaders and The hydrogen bomb is "rig-
moved more than 200 troops up yesterday in the wake of a flood members of the military and ci- gered" by the multi-million de-
hill 884 on the East Korean front of eyewitness accounts from Eni- ulilan components of the task gree heat of the atom bomb.
by helicopter., wetok subscribing the world'.; force have accomplished a re- Therefore. it is an atom bomb
A month later they transport- ;irst H-bomb explosion. markable feat of precision in plus whatever explo s e
ed a battalion of 792 Marines a- These sources also said the de- planning and operations and amount of hydrogen it contains.
cross the Han River to the Kim- 'clopment of the super bomb was have the commendation -of the Thus It is possible if Eisen-
po peninsula with helicopters in a brilliant scientific and techni- pepartment.of Defense and the hower gives the H-bomb top
an hour and 45 minutes, leaving cal achievement which gives the Atomic Energy Commission." priority, for the AEC to 'make
new replacements and bringing veat a tremendous new weapon a "whole family" of hydrogen
out the troops who had been un- not yet possessed by Russia for The AEC's cautiously-worded bombs just as in the case of the
der combat. thle enforcement of peace. announcement did not even use A-bomb.
A marine spokesman, comrn- They predicted the first test the word H-bomb. Chairman
planning that the hour and 45 model of the H-bomb will be fol- Gordon Dean said that "any Informed sources doubt wheth-
minutes was too long, blamed it lowed shortly by even more vio- amplification might give aid to er H-bombs of the kind touted
on bad weather. lent versions. But what role the another potential engine" and at Enlwetok are more than ten
Collins said he saw H-19 hell- super bomb will play in the U S. that therefore, "we will make times as powerful as their tOm
copters unload a company of scheme of defense is yet to be de- no further announcements." bomb trigger. But the tri A-
men and returns to the air with- termined. It is a matter of high Dean alo said the Commission bomb itself is far mor losenta
in 10 seconds at an exercise at oliv calling for difficult deci- is concerned by eyewitness let- that the types that de yCed
Ft. Bragg. N C. this week. ions. ters. He said that investigations Hiroshima and wrecked Nagasa-
Collins said the Army is wil- The man who will have to are under way which may result kl.
ling to sacrifice range and make them is President-elect in disciplinary action or prose-
speed for weight lifting abill- Dwight Eisenhower. He undoubt- tion for violation of security So, assuming that the H-bomb
ty. He said he couisd foresee theinforviolation of security
ty. Hhe tie saend he could foresee the edly will get at least a prellmin- laws and regulations, is 50 times as energetic as the
thbe when housed to lift 105-micopters wil ary briefing on the nature of the Dean did not, however, refute wartime models which is equal
guns and howitzers across riv- scientific, economic and military what the letter writers claimed, to 20,000 tons of t.n.t., such an
ers, saving invaluable time. problems posed by the H-bomb They also knew that the AEC's H-bomb would wreck or destroy
The additional emphasis on when he confers with President schedule called for a test explo-
use of cargo helicopters does not Truman and administrat 1n slon of the H-bomb this fall. BUS Overturned
mean the Army is establishing a leaders at the White House to-' In Chapel Hill, North Caroli- us vertu e
separate air arm or duplicating morrow. na. Representative Carl T. Dur- 0j DI- Rd
functions performed by the Air Many Individual members of ham, acting Chairman of the D rujo IOO
Force, Collins said. the task force which conducted House Senate Atomic Energy
Nor does it mean. he said, that this fall's historic tests at the Committee, said the AEC's H- David Emanuel Nembhhard was
the Army is expanding its over- Eniwetok proving ground in the bomb plans for this fall culmina- driving a small bus along 9W l
all flying service appreciably. Pacific wrote vivid reports in let- ted at Eniwetok "about on ached- road not far from Ft. KI
"We intend to use the hell- ters to their home of the H- ule." He hissed at bigger explo- about 9:30 last night when ht
copters to move small bodies of bomb's incomparable blast and slon tests. lost control of the vehicle whigh
troops and equipment in the flame effects. Durham added thait the super turned over on its side. t
combat zone," he said. Many gave Nov. 1 as H-day. bomb gives the west a powerful
This opeartlon, he added is not Some hinted at more than one weapon which the Russian do Neither the driver, nor his
performed by the Air Force and hydrogen explosion, but the A- not vet have. U.S. official sourc- brother who was ridiA w
does not lessen Army require- tomic Energy Commission's mea- es believe that Russia has long him at the-time, was I ureds d
ments from the Air Force. er announcement withheld all heen working on the H-bomb but Canal Zone police are attW la*
There has been disagree- drietails. It said In part: some of them doubt she will a- vestigating a report thaLt.OT1
ment between the Army and Joint Task Force 132. operat- cleve success before 1954. Injury may have been eausk
Air Force over the use of hell- inme for the Department of De- The fipt H-bomb blast which to a possible third occupant 4
copters and smaller type fix- fense and the United States A- spouted flre five miles into thethe vehicle.
ed-wing planes. 'omic Energy Commission, hasair and sent a vast cloud of The busman wlIl obebl be
The agreement reached with concluded the third series of smoke, vapor and radio-active charged with reckless driv
the Air Force over the use of weaponss development test at En- debris ten mfles high. ws an
helicopters and smaller aircraft iwetok Atoll in the Marshall Is- event comparable in atomic D *
in effect merely carries out the lands weaponeering to the first atom 1I0 Abojo Oldster,
practices the Army adopted some "Like the Greenhouse Serie; bumb exDlosion. *
lime ago. 1951 It was designed to further Th" C wasrestran.t f, Rpnorted Missina ..

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boasting of its H-bomb achieve- g
ments bv reasons of security, but Reported as missing from Bi
it drew warm praise from Dr. J. home in Rio Abajo since FrId
Robert Oppenhelmer. known as morning Is Albert Jordan, 7
"Mr. Atom," for this wartime at- year-old Barbadian, who is sIa
tack bomb work. \ feeet tall and weighs about 149
At Princeton. New Je r s e y, pounds.
where he is director for the Ins-
titute tor Advance Study. Oppen- His brother, James Jordait,
heimer sal "these tests are ve- an employee of the Ancon LaUD.
rv remarkable technical develop- dry, reported that the missing
ments and. technically speaking, man was wearing khaki trou.-
are a really impressive piece of ers, purple shirt, brown stA
work." and belt and a brown felt hM.
"'they also introduced the He is a retired Panama Canal
hydrogen era which Durham employee and lives at House 33,
qalls "the gravest in the world" on 12th Street in Rio Abajo.

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rrm ined.
buildings over an area of 160
square miles, compared to sevfn
square miles for "Model T" a-
tom tmbs.
It flash and beat would kil or
sear all exposed persons within
150 square miles. Area radiation
injury would be about seven
square. miles, a region wherein
the blast and heat kill if radia-
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NEW YORK, Nov. 17 (UP)- yarde-offshtoret ly ooak
The toll from a tragic series off.
of weekend airplane crashes in Airpnes
North America and the Far East destroyer and rcue
stood .at more than 80 persons searched the area until mon
dead or missing today. yty, but no addltio
SAn air resoe force of 15If trasMtwr eA hadt i
lanes w ready to make te .
1-6 6

frers 'siar tos yIn the search
for a C-119 Flying- oxcar miss-
ing in Alaska Wilt 20 men a-
The a*. recue force scaned
100000. square U x of wlder-
ness near Anchorage yestrdlay.i
but caught no sagh of the.
Air Forc officers cling t.
hope that a- faint but ste
radio ig "-pcked up shrt
fteldrWa came r the
The p a course would lv
taken ftalong.CookInlet pd

west. TO.'wa some fear the
lng h gad fallen into
he d water
Ar. five-man crew, 14 Army
mops statiUod in Alaska and
one Air POi. m listed man
were aboard t plane when it
ook off fr Imndorf at

1Planes i the 10th
hours the fu
The Wi. ally
at Miami, ", w on a:
MWawnd." An
lotti maneuvers, test*
defense. ,
lt.was the second Byim
Ce to go down.An A1 mk
Ia nine A aM. The tint
on Silver Tnome- ftuni
Central.- Alaiks L ;1
men abo,-r&, -
A ciy t.ak ,4a'
out a,-_ r I
Texb( oifbti kad twc
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WASHINgTON, Nov. 17 (UP i- a basis on which to sue eld won
A Negro attorney, who won un- where. fly
restritceed railroad dining car Unless a contrary decision Is A
rights form ls race, said today he appealed to the Supreme Court, day
plans a flpal round of lawsuits to the opinion gradually will be.- s
'0ompletey wipe g t segregation come the last word on the aub -
in interstt travel. ,ect. s3
The aMor iy,'illnfer Hender- The case was started by WIl-
son of Washington. said the next lam C. Chance, a Parmele. N.C.,
courtest will Involve segregation school principal, who was ejected
in sotuhern ratlrad terminals from an Atlantic Coast Line Q
where Negroes are required to use train for refusing to move to"a bia
separate entrances and rest Jim Crow car. At4
rooms. The Chance case brought to piE
"An early effort will be made the high bench for the first time a
to clear up any doubtful points a constitutional challenge to' s
rewarding segregation by starting railroad segregation regulation
other stits," HB deuronm said. Previously the court had fou
He added. hdioewr. that the s.ich regulations tq violate I
major eapalmis in the anti-se- Il'terstate Commerce Act. snd3
gergation battPi already have 'ad struck down state
beer. won. segregaton to
A series of four kevy udaments The fourth Circuit's
over the last 10 years has given appeared to leave open
travellng Negrees mar equality n of whether a
of treatment, he said. ounmds for complaint 1
The most recent decision came a leat in the AJm owS

Jan 27. 1951, when the Fourth
U 8. circuit Court of Appeals in
Richmond. Va.. outlawed "Jim
Crow" coaches-these set a!E
tor Negroes--as an unconsut
tlonal bardei on interstate tra-
aek o the supreme
I < the Weresa' ll
efusing to review this
. A, deal of reyiew
f.. ce of a.1otv tlm
befldL but, te

' an boar
in It tot
Em as ,I1

a,% e -of spla- en d' e g6
wag tan during t Ve ow

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plane. .;. haveB
"The pext th t -I$, kaO, I I ."
was about 25 feet a water," :'The 38-Ieald We'gItd
he said. "I don't Inom b AowI .81ten o a nrud helta2 nU
got Out." e 4b" an -
"The tall was splt .frag th e r Otherd
fuselage and .-I '- I Was were J .tr.O iI"u .
thrown out of r were at a a
swallowed half Za .. Japan the east coast near he h s
a." .... of t e crash
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