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


Subjects / Keywords:
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
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Comptrolfrr Noble Agrees

Canal Did Not Throughly

Check Law Interpretation

Comptroller of t Panama Canal, Lindsley Noble, t"I
morning agreed withCZ Rent Hearing Chairman, Prof.
joamin Kaplan, that *fe Panama Canal Company was notm
quired to cover cost and interest on quarters until F'i
Year 1954, and. th.t the company increased e. rei
without thoroughly checking back to see what was rei

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W- just started a thV-yedr .survey of its facilities suggest
thbt the alteration .n the rents should be set aside until ttle
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.' Duag the exchanges Kaplan, who was provided
t0me trvectives issued by the Bureau of thie Sdget
r| M e rents, said 1%* lathered that tO.e wfawx
been content with the non-charging of inter-
itamtil' fiscal Year 1954..
"Cau you, gentlemen," he asked, directing himself
to he government's witnesses, "enlighten me as to why
tM.e. mpany precipitated the issue by demanding pay-
meijw.j October of this year?"

explained that at the
| Bureau of the Budget
L U1M Sept. 19. 1951 letter.
18 the rents be increAs-
ltw 1952 to cover de-
oa. maintenance and
VMnw r expenses.
, Noble claimed, there
d bt confusion" Or
* Iof iMtay people as to
_t h exemption from
,t_ Bdget Circular A-
I'SIf 4tand, or whether
rallyy came un -
l of DI actors
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they were also
the law,
he company to
OCongress at
o get fed-
a. basis to cover
turns on the
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tent sciledule the
out "there is
and wisdom."
the Board felt it
good management
It od that time."
an. expressed sur-
SCompainv author-
of rents without
ack to see exactly
oIen asked Noble whe-
only speefflc tnstrue-
had wee that begin-
Ical Ypar 11S4 ell costs
will be covered by
oler said that was
at-the time they were
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Blows Out
e claimed that a
responsible for an
Bruja Road when
I of hi car and
rail at $: 7 p.m.
a 2-year-old sol-
vited of reckless
lb"a Megitrate's
Wif was fined 'S
was exdWbted in
judge was told
a'vot suffered a blow-

Roard itself was not clear on
that point he said.
Kaplan remarked: think
you'll concede it's rather ambigu- ,
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During Noble's additlonV] tes-
timony, today.vt was broRiht out
by Kaplan that a comparison
with other Wovernment-oVued
rousing such ae the Tennammee
Valley Authority and Oak
wu not made to the fuleAtq -
tent although the Comany les
contain solme data on the other
When Kaplan asked whether
thiE was not a materalA f~p.tor to
look into the uoverameaW t repre-
sentative said "we were cnmuiy-.
Int formula and not rent."
No chera I.q made for Interest
or rents at Oak Ridge. ,t1bl
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However renfa there are et to
rover the costs of mUnf
wrvicee to the rommunitv w .
are not included in the C ,
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eilted. "ne one pretend* a.t. .
comparison wac mdedp at '-N.
stage with rovi-nmental t IM 4
'na elsewhere?"
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However he dded the IMt-I
Zone formula Is unique sin llB.:
government housing arena s ba
where are asked to east c bi
ients on the basis of -Hlwte
housing In the area.
Henry L Donovan. COniniBmttl .-
Pervices Director, pointed ear"
that former Gov. Francis 1.
Newcomer's attitude whea the-
Bureau of the Budpet ._64 '
an exemption to the CaCBal--
T-any from Circular A-45 qa ene -
of disarremeent, because M
comer did not want comleis
made with rental rates 1a. .
ma. which would be much
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lnrreased rates.
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"0. 0i. r A.R .', =, ,z zo L By Victor Riesel
TI Ys rous FORUM rHEREADEs ,.. NEW YORI-One of the men
_. .-nhower may tag for his Ca-
blnet. was tagklo ior deaLii by
the country's coldest, tougnes,
S M \ IL B X and wealthiest moos baca In
He was Ed Corsi, who will be
The Mail Ban is on open torum to .d.ri at The Panama Amer. he nadlon's next Secretary ci .
ican. Letters are ,eceived gratefully and are handled an a wholly cani ~.abor is the Republican labor
dentiel manner a ivory committee has its sa'.
It you contribute les don't be impatient it it does' apple the d was running for mayor o01
moet day. Lette.s are published n the order received. New York on tne G.O.P. ticket,
Please try to keep the letters limited to one foas length and the Broaaway and proes-
Identity et letter writers is held in strictest confidence sonal hacks snickered until he
This newspaper assumes no responsibility toe statements as opinions called in newsmen and saL-
expressed in letters from readers that a gent by name of Thre,
n a fingers rirown, alias Tomm.
S FLOWED LIKE WINE Brown, alias '10mmy Luchese,
AND THEIR TEARS FLOWED .oni..aeu the Uemocratic ma-
The Canal Zone Bu'le nine here in town.c a III m
Paraiso. CZ Luchese was also a very close
Sir: fr ena om childhood and
All you can .ec these days are tears, tears flowing from renaor o chex-Cldhood and L,
every US-rate employee's eyes. They cr, like babies who have got arcantonr of e-Congressf tma
the gripes, they cry about t.:ces. he' cry about rent, they ryy communist poiltical machine, ,.
about the high cost of stuff in the commissary, who aid ravors here ana tner. -: .
The only thing they don't cry% about is wages and the high nor Luchese. ,viae quite a co ,
-edst of automobiles -or every vear almost every family buys ninie, at hat -trove kindvote
two new cars,. one [or the %ife and one for the husband, so that m.ay ine rom thl e o Democratic ut,.
they can be seen driving on the revenues like little kings and .ay by nronthe Democratiwo wee
cneens. ago. B.tthilwa A
But poor me, always poor like a church mouse, can't even buy But this was in '50. And
as obsolete wheelbarrow., and no Lears flowing from my eyes ei- u a re r e, onscCcsaule b.-? .,
ther... and is surely happy, too. inu opl uped in on Corsi.
remn Half Starved Local Rater. O,,.eitrse you get epe 3
,out. "IExLerminnated poliale-
any and physically," it was
Aboard USS 'Io'-. BuL Corst, Gov. Tom Dewey's
Mr. Luis Donadio., OLae ,inu,is al Conn,,.Lssioner,
cc41.LiJ.,u to crusade. de ha,,
Panama Cltys -narp investigators of his own.
Der Mr. Donadio: Wva&e nappeneot after he
Plear e convey to the Happyland Club and the Churumbeles nameJ the times, dates, estau- .
of Spin orchestra the sincere appreclat.on of the officers and giants and conferences the ..-
m-n of the USS Iowa for the extremely'line show presented on mob-sers had with city oiii-
boird this afternoon. clals? Nothing. The proletarian
opposition whipped up by the
I have received numerous compliments regarding this fine ILcmocraaic machine charged Lea
pariormance irom all ranks as. --ratings, and It was particular- Corsi witn being a "Wall Street
1.1 3preclated by those men whose duties keptf the candidate." The technique was By Be
a,,iD. always thus. C'orsi lost. y BOB I
Later he told his story to the
This generous and thoughtful presentation by your talented Kefauver committee. Again NEW YORK-The first piece I win write with
gr is symnuollc o tHie genuine ssarlt of 'ri-.,~l~hip which tra- names, dales, places. Even res- a hand that Is beginning to work again is a
i.Lit..i.vy exists bx ..etn our two counirAes, and it hrs done taurants described as the head' Lok review about, y friend Tom Lea's ecnd
Mucn to make this visit to Panama a pleasant one. quarters for something we call shot at the beautiful letter, a book called "'The-
Yours sincerely, the "Mafa," a coalition of the Wonderful Country."
J. W. Cooper, bi'fest mob.s of all. This is the big effort for- Don Tomaso, be-
Captain, U.S. Navy What happened? Again noth- cause he is late. come to writing atter a life of
Commanding, USS Iowa. ing. The Kefauver laos and being a very fine. rtist. He qmpt in pretty eas)
Senators argued about pro- with his first try on tl tywriter, the fabu-
AnsveW to Previous iuzzle cedure and called Frankle Coa- lously suckea"ul '3raveOjul which- the mo-
Massachusetts Mix T id th CA vies bought andl -evy taved about.
j\ ; | 55 a oS pars l i jThus Jdid they dismiss the suspect tt om feeling pretty smug
Stoughesi tlea of al. Now De- ats how ea- a_ a good book until he
EOSIfONTAL 4 Provided with S wey's "Little fKelauver" com- gsied b the o at to separate the
Spedal digits -ded wt anittee has beun hearings on m men fro the boys wtlr 'the -o red try.e
Capil Morpedal digits the political llikd of the ~ If you are a .paiter 4Sa .0u write the.irst
Massachusetts o Negative vote e rn mobs, and there is eyebrow one. mi or less by 5c i't is one thing,
SMassachusetts Cler title Mraoising aazement over -- i baus e on are actlgthe and
e M entry (ab.) to the headlines ung words instead edfum.

134 SeeraltInia 10 Mortuar rollN ody in New York knew of hi you are writing on purpose' with a reputation
0 mder ll GMranduarr A N powerio l influence in the big to chess then you begin to freeze and start
4 h e now 24Poaes4rDryunions here. chewing a yourself.
tsirome 5 now 24 Posses r 43 Dry But most ghastly of all is Mr. Lea, a man I do not hate rsenally, took
1 ssachusett Belgiumvr 25eed overLng44 Solitary the fact that every impor- on the toughest chore I know. e wrote about Belium 26Unle (Latin)45Color ightly tent government anti-crime the country around El Paso, dating away back
16 Zr iad herb 20 Group of eight28 Kind of couch 48 Wings agency knew this tdo. Not to his father's early Ume, when the senior Tom
17 3Sage whiser1 One to whom 28 Blow with 48 Befores only now that Luchese is had come out to the brown harsh hills about
18 Flower goods are open hand 49 English queen one of the country's top the Rio Grande.i Never did I meet a man with
19 Mechanical committed in 30 Lampreys 50 Soothsayer businessmen, but in the such a deep-grainel love for the couRtey that
ma trust 31 Charitable 51 Pastry years during which he mov- bore him and nurtured him as tbts Tom 4ea.,
23 Conjunction 22 Mountain gilts 53 Rot flax by ed up and up.. To try to put this love and etspect into a
27 Fondled nymphs 39 Herons exposure Everybody, even the govern- book. without slopping over and =ing maudain
32 Hindu 23 Former 42 Run away to 54 Massachusetts mental police agencies, knew is quite a chore. It is aftogU .W as tn 4a
Rrment Russian ruler wed food fish that Frankle Costello was a dispassionate piece about your .ther. m z .
33 Cravat patsy compared with Tommy. tough as trying to write modatey I, a
340(mb IZ 7 1 | ,. I 14 And it must be reported that dog you've owned for many yeatiL It tAkes g1ts
4Oil(comb 1(7 s I everybody took Three Fingers' even to consider the lob. -:
,Gform) 5 favors. He was quite a "nice We never accused. old Tom defl iboy. f
BGirl'sniame n guy" around town. short on guts. He took on is
so Winglke part Yet the Administration did country ands*restled manfully '
37C CoUupe nothing while manufacturers, than tw.yr, jand came out A wbelk 4w
38 Eased truckers and unionists lived un- was but worththe tlo o :
40 Church part der the invisible government of Tom at tllck yet. t th-,d
41 ellirostral -one man paid taxes and book has some mighty demfe f t:
birds homage to him directly and in- ever goi to call it a "Wete
*3 Sacrificial 3 "S 6 directly. The Treasury Dept., proac writing Is as honest
block r which punishes its honest cr- ---
47 Slightest -- l tics, knew this. Last April 29, -
SaIrritator. 1952 one of its top agents was .
S|lrr aort- known to have reported: -
S-- iuckese, alias Three Fingers
im aOed i I Tommy Brown, has become a
I 7- z dangerous a character if not ..
SM d region more so than Costello in his B BROADWAY SHOW .
AIo.7so he IS
S Tl CAL 'Brown appears to have a The
i I L tight control over parts of CILy rams" a A A .d MI
-Hal and some of the U. 8. At- pMelepy lausued wie5 o
-. I III/star tornev's offices as well as some an ao a eas a
at meta the Judiciary, both state and veeasm the IbOl
S"He Is the undisputed king of supoeb pAts "
the gasmenL trucking usinsess, Musar A
with strong influence In the deli ht" eb 113
Truckers Assn. and the Truck- tMJe,1I d"--"il a _
f roiant mob Is sh owni h through h.ppy bitd y- I

Kefauver committee, his part- y.. by Bla, a n r
nership with Al Anastasia in a Ington that towls
Pennsyvania dress factory."' o -maran. The O.1
list the Luchese projects in there, my death: Miss Mihn, M
the multi-billion dollar "o '- Modom. Tiara.
Ement area jungle, right _odm__r__-
down to forcing wins.ow In the Wings: French plsywrigbt levil
washing contracts. neutl (he kllie4 himself last. week)
"Everyone in the law-en- Bernharot's earliest iaays...At hse first
WAN.ADS. orcement business claims to be with The Divine Sarah (Wh i d a
takin a whack at the villains, suggested a walk in the garden. ."
Hiapplandlords ai~d gr ;any parade of hoo lum witrnes- "Can I help you
ses before an investi ating "Don't be illl ," she giggled.
rad Jury partc don't help ardt. ~enhardt
tenants get together i ]deral which could be the wrightst-
as..--. ... ...~ __ Ideal nstrJment J ,,.s .......

a tough and honest promuton
"The so-called 'racket' Grandt
Jury created by (ex-Atty. Gen.
Howard) McGrath and run by
(District Federal D. A.) Lane
hAs turned ui a few petty taz
eases and today announms thb
'm.ashb~l' of the Chinese etr.
rnea 0port 'ring.' Three lag.
eft DwO would mike an ox*
tremely interesng wtnems be-
fore such a body, but the
hane of oais b ng summoned
are nil,"
This w tr of all but twe
Federal D.Aj a ars ntry
The power and- ,"t4 u,
- America's mobs ws

IThe Kodaton:
of the Mayflower

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missing as the guy s appWach to people.
In "Wonderiul Country" Lea threw away every
cliche that would-have eased the saddle gall of
effort, and he rowebld himself paltfully fti a
gallop toward restraint.
He may have had one eye on. the hills he
loves when he wrote It, but tle other? eye de-
finitely was not walled in the direction of oly-
wood. And, Oddly, what he produ6ted Is tect
movie entertainment if J' tal Ford does it -, or
at least some director who can make a large
thing of understatement.
Ford once directed a thing called "Stage-
coach" and that, tob, codmi have begin called
a "Western." -.
Th6 r'oprietor of the Brove Bulel a e
man tir another way. Nt. ely-'O- A
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He hs a love affair between Iw
character, Martin Brads l' at" b
Lagrimas. or Tears, which doesu-ot
Black Beauty.
About the first thing LaMgrMna daei
tin Brady s. to bust his .leg in fm
tumbling tumblpweed, and I suspect
grimes bit i s master .more often
Yet, the entire tragedy of the bool
when the unseen villain of the pece,.
horses, takes a pot shot at Martin av
Ing as aamles as most Mexicins, vn
kill the hose. And the villain %
horses.. -
Don TOmOw limps in spots (M U.
ful Country" book, but he will
next one. He has passed his first hI
and the next ought to show aDH'e,,

i-1n New Y(
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+pSnles: "Wonder what-.
S this time ne s ,
a Josephony -
.t,,sway fro
,.the e emns
.1 p rtn (ot Paris) rM
Swar Adm. Cu
Chw chill suppom il y
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Drew Pearson says: Jackie Coc 1i n of Cane-
dion Sabre; Stevdnson bnde i t "iipotltic.l fu.
ture; Allan Haywood picked y y bashis
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JWASINQTON. Aviation glamor-iStl 2 t4M
U .H-ar charms ch Gen. Hoyt Vani eaf, b b
o *tftl .thq ether day and ted to borrow aa e .e hbn
0 06it41e4A t t a new speed record in the
i lie Mlgs over Korea. -
t J4 eb^ndberg, however, turned her 4down, N.vort4m.
tbr plaie. alnyhOt:
toled a Sabre. out of the Ck9 go
fofc were more uaceptitble to beuty
S.Jakle'" has ben coy about what -An t 11,dtodo
.with h oWed Sabre, br .et plan Js to- t.l t 5k1Tb-
meter run an try to break the apeed record. Te d.t pleaeu
the Air Force whiph hopes to break the speed record Wfr trtee
kilometers with a Sbre of its own,
Real reason Generall Vandwsnerg reftged to loan "'0ackte",,
Sabre iU that he got burned once betre v fiti in h to the rlam.
oroum aviatrix.
We. S hired- h aA S itant to. ad-M .g -iv
the Itandarft o h womi a f an .isaca. ..,
Jackie tua 1 47a us$aud y Or, th th
were too shor,-.t. hmel, and that I .am- 5
be of thei.* 11doetrlatina hbapely, MRiq:Ne j i
6bo Md bererud, h. sh -
I*Ot VaidMnb~ g Inh% water r tPI'
ly afr adopted of ma ds
tightened the pVysdal standkrda for ladis A
So the general is now keeping the vgvaciou qochtl'at
arm's length. ", -
ADLA I' :,T,.. .,
Last week's Springfield huddle. of Adlt. StVenma WImon
Wyatt and Demouwatic chairman SteWv MitWhe t erned. out in-
conclusively ae far as Adia's future l .
cratic Party, but isn't quite s;. what -a.
H-wanta to wait a month to see wt o at
kind ot men Ike ha. around htht., #heth h. Ww f [atfoary
or progiBusive policies ... .. .... ** _
Menwhile Sepion p tias Js t" Trumtn
and cbalrthn SMt MUGll around 'Iiil hme
mediate plan for the Democrat Te w ha.
a mironoar defictl hanln '
Tho committee wlP mo4o I cu a lot ot
its per*eVin endeavor to beome-1 a t f eIafons foree. .W4, 1tt 00
of young. ipeoe from .the-Z .-t.,wa e s.aid,
would nave o top run g asKbrt ad uace
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PacicS society -.17,A,6 &4L 352! eio1
I1; MaWo4ne Jnonr agy sei' *.l" "' "
HONORED AT RECEPTION sett, Miss B. Sturtevant Gard- evening .t '..... te Pa..
The Governor of the Canal Zone and Mrs. John S. Sey- Mr. August Holland. requesed to0, bl present. .b -
bold were hosts last evening at a reception give at the Gov- The exhibition was then dis- ndt eralM
ernor's Residence in honor of the visiting Congressiona Par- mantled and the prize winning and t sda att members P e 6:L.~l I .
ty. who arrived on the Isthmus yesterday aboard the S. An- exhibits taken to the Jewish t atl MM oaie oi Gerapel S
con for a brief visit here. Welfare Board Gaillery in BalboS danlboA rott"at e tI Tae 4P
honoredadin the Gaui in hRite
Among those honored %sere Representative and Mrs. E. where they will bd displayed for p in the Miean e tth Rd te ate IN
Represertative and Mrs. Paul B. Dague; Repre- twe e n othe.. u
Ross Adair Reresentat d u Da ep tw weeks beginning today. the To men n i or2tp atmt toe ., e, i. .. .
ter. Jr.; Representative and Mrs. Clement J. Zablockl; Repre- Tran sent ViRitor Here arA few ee v t re o e e ,. .'
S sentative and Mrs. J. Glenn Beall; Representative and Mrs. Mr. John S. Greenleaf. former candidates ionr m esn anredo penfour l '10 ftt -
Charles S. Hovell. Representative and Mrs. Charles A. Wol- Canal Zone resident, arrived on o e from Tampsa, dPeterias oa a
C Z r e r d r "r+oes iw^ .s. TOM" a ?es;ft4 000* I--I- ie
verton: and Representative and Mrs. Albert P. Morano. the Isthmus aboard the USS Iowa burg Lak e Worth Fort Lar d
on Saturday morning and was dalea Key West and nel federth ~nara atent told a e- a -dW s. e-
niter and Mrs. Guizado president of the AbrookN C the house guest of his brother will be represented. For res Cerva-l e Om miUMnLU A heue woo'a A
renHoster s for Dinner lives Club. in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. tions please telephone Bslboev- m in e
e nster of Forein Rela- The refreshment table was de- William C. Bailey of Ancon, un- 2596. ee at :0 he Drtwood
ions and the Fst Vice-Prest- ratedd with colorful tropical til Sunday eveningp.o eOApp1 _._2
.ent of the Repiolic uf Pananialflowers and was centered wi tha reena Isthe son of Kobbe Offleer Wives Club Lolul of ottA Ofiex rsnded m= I.
d Mrs. Jos R.,mon Guizd rethe late Mr. J. T. Greenleaf. to Meet Thursayer
aere hosts at a dinner given on jate."te eMetT.a llb.nceh metnfW te tvleaetlou odtis-odo aei W
undveen ingin fcareell to thej Club members attending in- wht was Postmaster at Margari- The luncheon meeting of the et9ve toattend" 1t. e .
sn dor ofa A ie nt in a to Pa-|cl cded Mrs. Helen Velez. Mrs. i ta at the time of his retirement Fort Kobbe Officers Wives Club ied at -anirk, nt.e, a i "19ti-. tllaatb ml
nama and Mrs. Julo A. Lopez'Edith Cole. Mrs Merilyn Boyd from the Panama Canal, and will be held on Thursday at e5..M. r eidf fos, Ml Fre suh omn l: la C-lln at tI alte
-uni2 who plan to leave this. Nlrq Jean Sibler. Mrs. Jean Ster- Mrs. Greenleaf. who now makes p.m. at the Officers Club. he L thoeran U'abar his g a ib CVp64l clnIn s-
eek for Buenos Aires. n id. Mrs Florence Dusseault, her home in Balboa Island. Ca- will be a white elephant o one ar .ha wa. "g IiSWnl
forn Tanand each member eemeettLtheand .ny in Ne Y f
mb s do VM rsObrpha Schoenborn, M rs.npliforniBa.u eaprnd atch m mbrts ask s Te#ame oa.e oole arrest.oThatWor slf.t wso fol
'arewellrLuncheonsat Union Club LUlian Rhoderick. Mrs. PeMggy brin one useful Clae. At teLe fLmutheo n Watin -arcfc.m m e
The Ambassador of Panama 'l Rarkner. Mrs Agnes Bernsed, I.WiC. Cooking Class ive.n br the club, will be m an ooia t e y3
eru and Mrs R aul de ROUx'rs Natalie Herro. Mrs. Mille Entertained at Thanksgiving mai prize.theS d1 rvi lrleCent gwllin .ed e..

ta n e Nom inations ,n ot uls h m km c o T oeei a end Cen tneludd r. r Ar e r ntle. ... .. rr ade fa se t m4 7 i a ofl t 6.e
Aoere the muest of honor on Mon-tsntora Mrs. May Taysome Mrs. ir M anhe FBI anfd cto Tme.
v at a farewell luncheon given Marge McCrorv. Mr Ruth How- Members of the Inter-Aer- cub will be oe at the -
Aitnte U nio alubhe Car.can Women's Club Cooking Class Pon-meeting. Members are re- k o l, wht m 3 B el M1928, homloeee in 1T30,d"(
d'Affairesof Peru n Panama and,Fio Parker and Miss Maymie Ed- and their husbands were enter- Aindedl tobringl their iftsf r atlonon sdd hteisleo n
mrs. Rafael Sanchez Aizcorbe. wards, tainted recently with an "old-teepande bnethoei rl t a le d izw gtonIn1 d dfo Red n
-eirshioYted Thanksgiving dinner"p mtedeinuen homero. to t e. a po a n a1932.
ambassador Vasse to be r.ind-p" Buffest Supper pmn ae m o Colonel etingb m d r oite o .. ..tnd. ena p
Honored Thonight Ueld at Tivoli and Mrs. Robert W. Scott in Ft. Mdarnival Dan Classes Refreaet lsM. rg J oIe of prior arrets ills re- ,
The Ambassador of France li' The "Wind-Up" Buffet supper Kobbe Co-hosts with Colonel Beailn Thursday anlm R mlid l e todE a saidure-- ill11141n
Panama. Mr. Lionel Vas seador o 11Fe Mwast Ta ig Inth ei nddthe and Mrs. Rcottw. were o sMr. a t aandadd oI d h _seeking citizende- LAbo
Sruestof honor this even- Exhibition Ballroom of the Tivoli Mrs. William Bright. r l dances wiln a rw fr4aae r&o 7:3 t l t .nc....e
be the Puesta rt a banquetso hed un d evelV and Bay, Mrs. Srctt werewnand Mr s. and thaesi tamomt an dot herand icedr- e a tmentwil o tendw e1 r
ForcWlm Dole atW.V h t. olill co TheCnutenTe bd Theg
ng at 8:00 tGuest House to mark the close tTSO-JWB Armed begi a Thu va llbe lll I 5fa~lue to list the ram w be rem-s d gag
itven at the Union Club by the of the twelfth annual American o Those attendlnd included c CTntere on fhursds even tted als, state- nme r of
Comite France Amerique. the Art Week Exhibition sponsored and Mss. Ricaurte Rivera 8.. Mr. P:30 and will be continued w t a d.ek. of cancellation T
L'Alllance Francalse and the b", the Canal Zone Art League and Mrs Miguel Brostell.Mr.7:30ondwill conse tiveT dawse- siilne oM 'R1. ent ad the ac-lltionT ,f"t-
pranco-Panamefia Chamber of which is affiliated with the and Mrs. Abelardo de la Lastra, tll Carnival time. day e Tvu.niajlaernc
Commerce. American Artists Professional Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo turanival tite. DuAmnofes.,A n
.pce Hnred Yho rLeague with headquarters in New Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo h de Pl Captain Louis Tovar of Paha- "-: or "o thrl b" and de s eofr dreni .a .
ThsrMrse. Slero e t were C redes. Mr. and Mrs. d unique mt will be the Ine tructor. MW e I iteC to t n
at Dinner Party Those presenCaptainBurrel. Mr. and Mrs.. Julio Her- trv personnel .and their families .a- atrey hendmov e i veaaes Antn 2m-
M r. Fred Spence of Chicago. and Mrs. George Wussow. Dr. nrdndez Mr. and M rs. C. P. Ro- aw the public are cordially in- Marily mu. l et d o e, o ve e l ye J-..lo
wa.s the guest of honor at a din- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDermitt. Douglass. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ca- tpos e mInister ( al TrM
adMaRss.sezr. Ln.MsCreandMrs.Fe
evening at the Union Club by Mr. Beaudry. Mr. and Mrs. Keith hon Dr. and M r. W C White. Mr. and Mrs. ABuod lno "" ttrhi tO-5111215 a.. Pe1OfS0In.Awlan taism oJ'
and Mrs. R.aK myse Mr.r n Lt Colonel and Mrs. R. F. Mul- were hosts to a group of Alhsr04k.ll tatl ISpc11 i n C o contempt of '
Mr. and holland, Mr. and Mrs- H. R. friends at a buffet suppe1r 1uiv e rity. nt ildat a'wel
Ron Voyage Party Mrs. Kenneth Del Valle. Mr and Bay. Mrs. Grace Brown and Mrs. at their home recently. Wu por aefswer cl ioi co-
Honors Mrs. Fuller Mrs. A. J. Kaus. Mr. and Mrs *T. R. Townsend. -- A lc to answtde er oift A i rM4 b',a r..e,
M rs. W ilma Donovan W Vaughn, Lt. Colonel andR e Ors lOf et said efutsCId-'jutinbe
trained recently at her home at Mrs H. S. Browne. Miss Olive Balboa Lions ClubReeetiWesday sdau ttero of = mr. lh ha been pt "r' t.t
bern voyage partv given In honorle'ta._Mrs. Eldermae Duff. Mrs TMaembOerms of the Balboa Lionsof the Reserve OfficersAe a.-o,.,. h beea
of Mrs. Loca Fuller, the pastMaude E. Pacetti, Mrs. Julie Club wuilhold their dinner-meet-Ition will meet on Wednesda '--
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SIt .-.theinearly nude body of
e Wa M& A found beneath .
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Tiha slitar slet oftfdhiwrads tW,
Satoln to combat the city's son-
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a saylnk in Mflwakeg this year,.
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*ra, woman wu tae
dt1 ah .Mohda .ad Clnle
laundqmna was ggged and
,tdied after a 'oldup.
SMayor Frank Zeidler called for
a anemergency meethng of the,
'Vilwaukee Crimes Oommiesoi,
which has been native in reconit
on vears. .
v The. citye Coun ear lier ,thr4I
V week acting on the plea of p-
lice chief John Polyn, agreed, to
Ki provide money Tor bingr more
lie Plolicemen. 'i
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'jtb^teti", fr C twi. a nl. .., edin, Mrs.- J.
tSa w-i e, r. McNeil and
ov br at he sevnty-four ladies pre-
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]BVe&aLDianer Party for
a. AL M and Mrs. Webster,,
g d^ Coo ya. n 8 ej rr d with an
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?S u on redodene, .Saturd:feveCi. to-
"r io 'Mrsi Por- P onor thel housegUests, Mr. an&
Mrs. Rymondd Ralph, who are!
4ere won' by Mrs. having ay totsaide in Cal-
,IFfTIe*y, rs.. Do. orna.
S The other guests were: Mr. and
e sAtetuned ,Mrs. John Leach and -Mr. 'and
Mrs. Gilbert Lee of Margaritt.
were Spooky Play at Ctobl High
:.,b'e 8. "Gramerey Oho I'will be pre-
iin ge k- sented by Thespan Troop 217
S*r..were tnd the Dramatic Ollab of the
Cristobal igh Sphobl ta the
tic School ~adtorlyin, Frlday and
Vt tI an Saturday, at Th4. price
of adimla oht isl.cents.
The play. ing coached by
MiU Mary "eW ia' U and
"the.lead;e'ar otes are Ma
et- garet .aTg Oar Pinto a'd
were and Isan ]PQ ivh,
GCristobal 0&.S. plub Meeting
KX ^' e' O. b. CH b of Cristobal
A was used wl meet on Thursday, at' 7:30
fthe long m. at the MalicTemple with
hosatilia, Mrs. a. Phyl lis re president,
J (no MtS. Pul arekding a tha e l i&B meet-
ve Vk_" were iptro. lotesses will be 'Mrs. Olga
duced the 'president. They Roe rs. Floref6 Denson and
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Weber in Oatu_ Wit lt
Doyle Snyder and'Mrs. Zaqerw
Cottrell as co-lote .
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I e him," Pearl alW -
%iat summed up a i's
reacpna to the Mixe MO eI
voicedby Bellon's father,
SBellson-Sr.. In Ill.
VMas Bailey. 34. said ahe pla
Sed to turn down engage mnts
whri Bellson was playing with
SDuke Elngton's band Od that
I she could devote herself full-tlne
to being a housewife.,
SShe told friends here that .bbe
Planned to cook meals, and that
hey might get an apart tt In
the New York borough.of hpeen&
It will be the fourth lag
for Miss Bailey and the lat for
Bellson, 28, celebrated am te first
man to play two bass drums at
Mise Bailey waited at the air-
port four hours for the late at-
rival of Bellaon's plane from New
York yesterday.
She dashed across the runway
to meet him, and they gave each
other bear hugs. Then they went
to her apartment and posed hap-
pily for photographers.
Bellso said they wauld be
marrle to n orow at abtobn
Hall registry office deeu or-
biddinl word from Illn t
hs father would diawnl
Bellon smilingly de I ub-
lished report he was I a
white showgirl, Iris In
favor of Miss Bailey. Ar f he
had run out on her, told
neWsmen: "No it's not
the couple bru*e4,Aide a
cable dnad bye fa-
thler, out lson. that hey
"drop the whole matte ptt '
"It Wi net like my father," young
Bellson said. "'e ls a bit tonfus-
ed and influenced by 10oal town
"There .I only one raee-that
Is the human race," M ns1alleyv
said, *hen.asked to commnst on
her. 1romewt V father-inlaw's
oblectionOtt, the marriap.
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"Vbojects Of Wih f Father
- CHICAGO, Nov. 18 (UP, -
has 1 music studio as well as one Tne vwie and father of H. Gor-
itU the older Bellson said don Clarke. accused of man-
t If his son married Miss Bal.- daughter In the strange drown-;
Wy "I don't want him even to ing of a pregnant girl, said to-
an, My name. day they will stand by him.
But the victim's mother. Mrs.
.'"I don't want anything to do Olive Elzenga, challenged Clarke.
with htm. He will be a disgrace, 30, an insurance salesman and
not 6n17 to himself but to me ?athtr of two. to take a lie de.-
avM hk brothers and sisters. tector test.
A coroner's jury in a surprise
"I'm rAoud of my name, and I verdict yesterday accused Clarke
odt want him to use it. But of manslaughter in the death of
T 1ess I canit even stop that." attractive Dolores May Eizenga,
He cabled Miss Bailey that "we 21. whose nearly nude body was
have nothing against you. but I found in a canal near Lemont,
donet wnt my son to marry out Ill. Oct. 15.
of his wn 6 ace. You should have
more respect for your own race. Clarke. a former divinity.qtu-
Ydu have nothing to galn and lent, was taken to the county
everything to lose." a ial last night pending presenta-
tion of the case to the grand ju-
He. told her he wants "no ry His wife. Dorothy and father.
grendthildren of another race." J D. Clarke. ought his release
Bellson has three other sons on $10.000 bond. but there was a
and four daughters, all but one delav in arranging a weekend
youngerthan Louis Jr. hearing,
Bellson was was divorced three The coroner's jury -voted Its
years ago by his wifp. manslaughter verdict despite a
In W1M Miss Bailey threaten- medical report by Dr. Jerry
ed to walk out of a Broadway Kearns. coroner's pathologist,
show because of purported racial who said death resulted from
Insults, drowning. Kearns reported that
hp found no trace of carbon mo-
She was beaten In a New Jer- r..oxide poisoning, sleeping drugs
sey night crub last September or violence.
by men who allegedly pelted her
with raisil lisults. Clarke's wife and father both
Bellson and Miss Balley met -.aid they were amazed at the
two months- agb n Washington. vrdict. His wife, a Wales war
D.C.. when he daR4 playing at a .ride. said:
theater and she was ainging at "T can't understand it. I know
a night club. mv husband Is innocent."
The father said:
P p 0 S Coes d"The verdict was ridiculous. I
pO Q OS CarGS don't see how the grand jury can
Landslide Wint In irdict mv son.
The victim's mother said she
Greece Elecdions uuld not accuse Clarke of slay-
# ing her daughter. But she said
ATFW1NR. N1v. 18 (UP Clarke lied when he told the cor-
King Paul of Greece gave Field nner's jury he never had been in
Marshal Alexander Papagos al tle Elzenga home.
mandate to form. a new Kovern- "T found him lyine on the floor
ment today Wfar Papagos with my daughter In a room
Greek Rally swept to a. land- lI.thted onlv by a television set."
slide election victory, taking Il- sd think.he su take
mlo 0: r Ah e s air think he should take
most 50 per cent of 4he entire a lie test."
popular vote anid winning 241
of 300 seats in Parliament. Miss Elzenga had been missing
for nine days when her tody was
.' und. She an'd Clarke had work-
od in the same insurance office.
Slrke denied that he was. in-
taAAte with the girl, but he said
AL.e had told him sht was prez-
E *E9 ,nant and had begged him to ar-
range an abortion She was en-
gaged to a soldier who also de-
Sntld timacy. with her.
A fish fund in Central Amer-
EK slYfV aican lakes and rivers uses bl.
Yca -ft* A-the Na onal = ti
graphic Society's new look at
Flahes. With the upper halve*
of -Its two eyes out of water It
looks around for floating food.
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Wlon, Waahtngton attorney 1an- way, and have been unable. to f
cis P. Noonan withdrew M asOu- ee any other Inteupretatlpn.",l
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S"seek a direct pay increase, how-
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a, i latio oft reInIt i erm, ed in oire ta than the particular ti
Propaganda, S.A. Minimum for 12 words and according to 1the pi nt way tIl wich- it was Interpret- rnt
,:n:r 4 1 A:;n ia Intcrnacional de Publicaciones .'H" Street corner Estudiaate St. p procedure, thieheari w w 'ed. -He based Noble 'I he was uT
S .i. A.- --FILe '- 41 o S L:'. crv Plaza Prtone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798 each ditiona word. limited strictly to. thela- a Mier. there li
lion of the rent formula. : Hlmanswered he was ot. ta
He said: "SI am an. att e; ."I not auintam. ae f
1.---- -and as such am obligated to .aet .Cs. to. etid t exhault mati t a
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SALE K ALt ISCELLANEOUS RESORTS Q IMcK IAL L& wrt-r t ae a. hw.S ..- '
to yo**"u*. aeu a re a driehking pelead Furnished houses On Beach at Santa PROFESSIONAAL heh he n.s h e!i.a pa pointed oat it wasn't .
Write Aloiellei Aneasymoue. ge Clara. Phone Shrapnel. Balboa S that would be O eDnt 4~ tl air "g for an onbe-.. tb.l
Si L I'-.12 -..-rr...;.. -. 20' Arnen C. Z. 2820, or see Caretaker there. invetigatlon. Noonan aO d:'I answer to such a compli-sted
FL -_L-- nc ,.- p,,-e,-.- u.. 10o ...n, believe they have rece ved question.."He asked attorney
.L hr- :1c C. e ,'20U C b'ter ,. '.C,.,,'l Duty P,.d n,, DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. Gftmrii h Santo Clar beach.
vah ,.r Poe 2-.~36- 543 .3' Wa.ter, j3-A. Rcd Ten' Estudiante Street No. 140. Be- cottIage. Electric ice boes,. gas RATS are however regardless of. what ptent ny teretwmed th
tween"K' and J"street. Phone stoves, moderate rates. Telephone EXPENSIVE GUET8. oe int9 the record, it is my be- tme .
D.-atio H:, I FOR SALE -1951 Pontac De L 2-3479 Panama. 6-441 Gombon. 4.567 Pedro Mi IF YOU REALLY WANT ef tha your jurisdficton U- The Wangton attorney a-
FC.~ ALE --Fo cble WVhe .tcwngi dan o Ta, drSerce, Reloble Clean ________________ TO GET RID OF THEM mited" g ain reiterated thIt g log nla
,r..,-.. ; c.r 60 c.,clre. Like ngdo, e2.000 mles. t .. Cars Tel 2.1677, Ancon, Canal PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The "Place a larger a e f- te the pal'ra& owner, was mted.
r.ce. P- ,orr d A nd r eers 4 enn900 0 f which $90000Zone only court in Santa Cfara with an USE costrson the user of the commo- to 'uaB lastimony- relating WASAi
ef D anttarCh,-ner,, ,ncud- 9o0 0u of $9o00o00 t.. Ocanview from all cottages. Steps ty which the Panama Canal to te ap location of the for----;A aev
rg buiton hole S I 10 001 inonced. Call Gamboo 6b-1J be- SPECIAL EXCURSIONS! to beach. Rock Gas, refrigeration, A R F R N h to sell," was the solution to aIa, heAd not want to We tps W*
complete Phone 2-3316. 5434-A teen 8 and 4 p. m. FROM PANAMA TO MIXICO barbecue and shuffle board. Pan- Rat & M Khe rent quesiton offered yester- his or hli clients' time.. t
D.ablo Hgtt FOR SALE-1940 Buck Seda...,, e way $85 round trIp $135 (15 oma 3-1877, Margarita 3-1673. Rat & house Killer dy afternoon by Rufus Lovela- Kaplan Insisted he would lik W
'OlR -ALE ---iogcr ,,an, 't and good condition. R375. Phone o da,cedoym-irnt'. $160. good one year; Box No. 435 Nalboa (contains WAR-PARIN) dy, representing the Canal Zone Nognan to throw a muctS lt ouan t
ben. oEndtabeone chair .-253. Home ulba 4 to LOS ANGELES, one way. 149. er legislative and fin- as possible ron the enlre mer
b ti n o .o a___ -1 15. iound trip: $252 35. 90 day- Williams' Santa Clara Beach cot. BEO F. O a committee, ter. :,.
broker Table and new dr opery ma- FOR SALE.-1950 Buick Super e- I ,lmit. Panama Dispatch Service op- tags. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration, GEO F. NOVY. INC. hippers are eilvin 0 years in L.oonan said he apprcit
terial $426-A. Diabla Heights. ac.Rd o, -' R.ockiper ar living 30 ya I E n sai ^Th
ter 426-A Dblo Heghts. dn Dynaflow, Rado, Searc... posite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama Rockgas ranges. Eimlbooa 2-3050. 279 Central Ave.- Tel. 3-0140 the pas as regards tolls, the nar the chairman's statement,
FOr F LE -- Westnghouse porce- new retread tres. Duty pacd.e '. 2-655. tional ee-president of .the sa-d he would testify before the
lajhT reergerat.r 2 cycle App, 0779 m l UARISTS: Cat fishes 50 & K K NTAmerican'Federation of Govern- hearing was over
hou:e 6042, Apr A. Ronbo C,- Balboa. hone Balboa 103. 60( each Glow Light Tetras, $1. A rtMODERN FRNITment Employes pointed out. Chawles : alm. iS
t, FO 9'SALE -1951 OrdsmobiC De. 2S Pr. Acuario Tropical. II Via Apartments MODERN. FURNITURE Be urged: Let's stop seun heads tie-Geneaml mCoIidtMee
FOR SALE C.-d:pr rc ,elrr. E Lue 98 pedan, dark blue. H Ja- Espara, opposite Juan Franco ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS 5-1'0ouR3snow-RfaM the shippers a commodity at of qlve Connulg: aal .at
o.-,r ~ 00. S Ser potaI- trn- n,.tiic. rodic., air-conditlcnr. r- Stables. Tel. 3-4132. ro and five room furnished ad Slpeever 1114rpriees while t ey demand his hme be regjSret. While
re., 540 00 Girl b,.e 32..0l eight, back-up-lights, cloc. .n unfurnished apartments; private en- Reapolater and get 1952 pay for their serv- before the panetl, se1
fe box 515 CO. Fed.:r.:o [od, .or. wndow .entshades. FOR SALE closed gardens. 8061 10th Street., "HEa" lees d said he wa ld like .t'5 e as ft t
_ 1 Phone 3-1, .a:ter tires, undercoatrg E New Cristobol. Telephone ColERES Love" lady stated that a sub- i t wasn'ttoo. hw
En- _, condition. low miea 1386. r ow tantia part of the depreciation was the pael pa a -!i
0'1' SALE --One '%-rdrobc -ih ,00 Call S6-4175, BOG, 1. Apt, __________re, estimated by the Compa- To Kap s qti M t
Airror. 2 dining tables w'.th cho.r 32. Bernhardt. tOR SALEL.--10,000 records going at. FR eENT gue, at $620,000 be charged to why he Wok lated to o Ines to O.thisf
.1 buffer,t I Chno closet. Curundu -- --- S00 a dozen! Grand clearance R Hammnd said because-people
31- B Tel. 5 .R SALE.1949 Chevrl C- oew nd used records boh We kow the shippers will Hammond said bterest, o
FORSALE-BendEconomble De Luxe with rado Cr ar. PANAMUSICA stores No. 127 oom amo te S A. squea tolls are increased for due to a good deal of control
60 SALE-Canbdaooma. h- ,lth sleek top. Excellent ondavr etrlAv.ado_4_TanthvsipeA.ilwdutv good dealof to -A
or 60 c cle. Con be used automa Can be finantcd. Buidrg 278 I Central Ave. and No. 4 Moneseran FOR RENT.-Furnished room with Shippin, moving to the first time in 30 years, but very as to the answer.
t or manual. 137-D, Owen s nor. Phone 2-2341 i (between Trott The Cleaner and meals in Bella Vista, to gentleman ships transmlting ethe pea-level Th els were by
Btboa 1 or one -1. .Tropical Theatre.r call Ave. Justo Arosemena No. 57. We pck and orate or move 6jea Canal must phy $1.60 a ton the Seetry of t Army,iap-
FOR SALE-1950 Buick Super F FOR SALE:-New orrugated roof- anything 'Phone 2.2451, as empared with 80so cents the lan told Hammond. -l who
Hard-top Converibl. o n P PO tifn 2O6re m- ne Panama canal charges," he said. designItion, be said was :iet 0
00 miles. excellent c:, d.d.:n ln 6 Heo o o n Offered 2.26 Panama. Acordlng to Lovelady's report, with the approval of the oth t
"d P C-nirder trade. Phone 8-4I, C-:co -- WANTED.--Experienced manicurist*, a Bureau of the Budget spokes- two nel members, Ho1ever, -l t
Ria0io programm s S n neat oearance.p Diablo man saidin 1950 that revenue the sxnarn claimed e h we M
R P oE dr e:N s form, had one rmonh. Cam- Beauty Shop. Telephone21322. CO RACTORS ci .
L E 0 L 5 NS ,lele with accessories oand dres, cover in ,rest at th goin rate o 0na Oomps..
AL TeenagersCo form cover, fits size 28-40. Coi FOR SALE ... on theapia C in tent. lI,.*I6t t present
our Commniity Station SPECIAL Teenagers Course. Learn' 86-6146. for other information. FOR ALE o ... oInLA TLe CICFLC .preintatile O er. bton W ap. -
Foxtrc -Swng Charleiton PANAMA CANAL COMPANY Mromrv,.pe ,l ,tr, at. lntel out to the pml that ed by the Asiistant m
Oi G Rumba. 3.months course $20. Sat OFFERS AUTOMOBILE PARTS 1 r,- I- m o eGoverner'us*nualreprt of Commerce when the
O 84 0 4 p. m., Balboa YMCA. Harnelt F SALE FOR SALE:-B.S.A. 125 c.c. motor,. .s mr oflast year saidU.,.-ratequar- meant ofthe Ariysked for' an
-r Dunn. Seoled bids, for opening in public cycle 1952 model. Call 86-2169. fleck ramLue t. -las terms II a part of the apitl l- office to repreent the go-
I MCDERN PIANO INSTRUCTION will be received until 10:30 AM 7 a m. 330 p. m. Price $200. ek fro a thete vestment account of the Com-. ernment, .
Where ICJ.000 People Mel The absolute begAnner con quickly Noember 28, 1952. for Ford and .Help W nt Burrows said three labor of-
learn for plelisure the tundamen- Aulocar Automobile Ports located at Help WantANLovelady told the pinel that ficiall names bad been sub!
al of Presentclasscal piano lay the Balboa St use.Excess Sale HAVE FUN AND FRIENDS employee hoped this committee ttedto the ee-
rPresenoinorugh new smplified approachng Circulor No. 25. Part III, may be WANTED.-Maid tO Warklotrnings qwestionsll t e .
pec btaned from the office of Siper.Must be expert lauLndres t i LrEARN: Waltz, AF' e t he o h o.
rents Bennett's Pi ano Studio No. infendent of Storehouses. Balboa. I1, Riviera Apts. 46 St. and Just trot lttr .1) Are the costs Which ve
Today, Tuesday Nov. I 9. Juan B Sosa Te. 21282. telephone 2-2777.Arosemeno, Po -032. Rh ba.Sabp te
ToM e.13 I -- Fo SEfcribs, one basi-O R r Tial 2oteu-f
M Lewis UMWeWan ts with wheels, one Beautyrest O S T ,u
3:M.-The Litt,? Sl ow Tf iress for crib Telephone 3- R al t
-W nsfoI u W I 153 No. 541 45th street Apt. 5 HARNETT & DUNN ment'housinninvesnt?
4:00-Sunny Days FOR SALE: .- To boys Schiwnn FOR SALE:-PeHe' her ed e'u- HARNETT & ADUNN sho fosi g Isten e
-- uth o the Bordr Bys 20" and 24", ike new rant eon "J" t o A If the reIt status of te Ase
4.:0-Whats Your Favorite Wa$20 and $25. One 16 mm Victor very good price. houes which were declared *"
oh t's BY or der H kiteeSound M ovie Projector 20 and o 60 u .
6-l-F N td) HIONS 1 WASHINGTON, Tov. 18 (UP) 0(28-B. Guayacan Terrace, An- Acto g.
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7:45-rsaIdSeAN rD e FA, WASHdom -dM e 5gO ncree o(UP). b,! ctingCAmboe2200 20y ol Llo PBId nA. w Co trke p v inS no be em om Stpa
6:00- Nd JohnF 9 Lewes warne today Of I Macaanu7 a I'a d lefeitio Th and interim e n
6.30-Hawaii Calls -Jo-'Esanen K
:45-. t oehe Tenation's coal fields willaFOR SALE: d0es moder D t mOf fice tew rtohlaomord.

6:4-L l O berocked by'F Ot oa f usine er ie 5c s s.heno ke sma n I
:00-ORay's A. Lau s I BBC unre st" n e coanuslon IC eaner Tank type wth full Shoat To Death t Be L ote t te

7:30 u- --BLUsi R e vOin there ,re inc ed, o r n PhPo,' Iunete.s. ,osh e!s ofShotoTo ma nde. qg aart 194 ," ..-ers. tw-:
:0;- 1BUe .government grants by P t e f- ul pond feet wide. Very re aoHINESVLLE GaO., No s Onatitoh e qtn er s n E r- i
l r tae .or $1 t 0-a-day wage increase won sonable? Call Allnybrook 2200." (UP 118JEr ctcupied."oAnd if em 1 yesiare

A.M. ofewb the bo20-lone walloy wait unti couple d I Thed Tank Cha ptCork& ot 0S 11. Plan to d emolish aw 1950 F
8.:-PS'fe rrorn S'hoeAo i byohe miners. her ad teL W e atme actIng base ou Y Coti rteelving n o benefr r am these
8:.0-Perrye C Fom r howe d VOA e i The asone ai m FOn. I dSALE" Oe. C ll commha ter oan a der ot Camt LONDON, Nov. 18 (Ut)B- The surplus quarter. L dy m i
815-Fred Waring and h es Mii Workers O Stewart. Ga.. was found shot t Labor Party pressed a no -c th
:1-e ring an president appeared with Harry movie came a triple mounted le deth today on the be's unt i e red e. by- 1951 clvr 'tp
B o,,PennsylvanianM s e M Moses. chief negotiator for sesi in turret, normal f 1.9, vide Ing reservation, Where- he hhae f6a.o t o mtwnof Ct0mons- fiured toby clever mant
: ia ee te soft coal industry, to urge ae t ^in0-mm be. n turkey-hunting with twb today On t mdecisionn to' retrn tOfe ost on them'? .
"t s Commentar GEconomic Stabilizer Roger L. 1 .telescopic 50-mm f 3.5 Ol other officers, the long-distance trucking In- ah a a 1949 Ford Custom ,,,
SmentPLtnam to overrule the WageI eor coor speeds, rever Corkan had been hit n the dustro private ownership. day e the 1950 d Del e .
10 N-. yr," Stabilizationa oard- which Scut! t -ysquare, French made ick with nine buck-shot flre ll tE the ncted to- plu was yNleI a Il 190 h C mo
9:0-Rymno Payngouse vAs the Increase to $1n50. Putnam 1 ih leather case._Phone Panama: from an estimated distance of IgIst.ctelateasamajor. thnsted 1950rFerddDeuxe ad
1000- Danchee Music ook the question under advise- D to 00 Monday o'20 yards. The FBI and an Arm ty of 20 inheCommons, thea 1950
10:--Musical Interlude e menr t i uray. crim final investigation detach.; ao^ n ma nn a n e const ruteud In t e. I
10:30--Variecty Bandbox BBCo Lewis did lo use the word a Amenlt immediately began lnves-, :hande. of success. the Third Le r .: 1950FordUoupe
11:00-The Owls Neste "strike" In his warningea ta l c chapter tte l ifi t never be ae
1' theree wher WANTED everntey ..e ,e. dr vgbor Wd-eortl-denRe voteedveankrecrea 1950 'Ford Cu.b .n
Mdnight-Sign O ,ther*Were Indications an ad-I The colonels body waaon., government plan to except
verse ruling by Putnam would o Mis elanep, by two huntinea comanions 1 enktialie both the steel and events.
Tomorrow. Wednesday. Nov. 19 nt necessarily mean repetition',=V. it. Frank A. Shaw J.r. and W-r -lv ttes Va defeated The original I1Fu
Tk o- tel aenkitA.oShaw J~r. and W-,im ing4 Ind~trtes defe atedeThenorigsi n enl
ersonalty Parade ed of the eek-long walkoutcwhich ns orAm tra ffin couple desires mode re- bythant Officer Charles Elder. The by|IIo 21- 11. plan to demolish
:-Lum-Sign On resulted when the board turned ord wo bedroom apartment in re men spilt UL while hunotng tu- o metoon the see-rdas shelved, and as a, Rue- ty P) "o .
26:0-Alarm Clock Club down Its decision last month. sydential area. C dl 2-461 M-e. Sha s an ide to Brito restore vmtll now be kep llt or i1 ,,

2:1 s Time to Dance o iners Increase to $1.50is a ----t todrig .a n 'nr dolargr nwbkp r17 F d CmM
-ornnSalon ButLew saidtheres grave day thrFri 9-12 and 2.Gen. Clare H. tron truck-use. ..
8:-Mornlng Varieties Hal unrest" n the coal fields and- Saturday 9-12. Pax 1460PPnamnt hose absence Corkan w as ate L tes Noble ao
:ia:t-Musical Reveille !there is "crying neo" for the' P.mel ing as base commander. n .nthey were In fHoward tuiro' e
,: ---Asce f Weda 'ue aprva ialthenlt 900, Li ts e erert hwaerer axmru eentla t1949
: C ome And Ge t It e waoe hike. He accused tr aso ov-e L"onidebtresad thdre maximum 1949"

11: -News i fmers wl wa until .e ed Tank Chap d wolddry that in he
l1:s-Off the Retrd Contd e you're no longer o here and t ei AW rds At orozl Lo 00-CIO l old its petton. mrtea
Meet the Band wage oar has gone boack to monthly chapter meetr d at the
: News arvrd or werever these ewi lmei Safe driving award erlla tRed Tank rereaton shed to-r n frnw 4. p
:.- he R Ito deliver under the contact. employes of the ansrttl lles and th me
124- This was taken to mean ew-Section at Corozal 1esterda. ies arep iter to thie mective a.....the n...
':fr-News are not expected to be renew-ntsfcatesw having had nto iv-ila ay-.wil bevmaae to the7chapter. i 1)ttr./-- ""
Llmlwed by the new Congress.leba r ar
12:imight watfrQuartertTim The wage board held the soft year. )sarn.i' hs...
12: P-putar's TimetDce Mcoal g iers' Ince tontroasewto ch. TweAry-twote retalsorer-Lunce Muc.-oofh Ec"an-mol th.Um
-.oardmee, a day on grounds anything more., One sIe.ah
2n:o et--Arternoor Melodies .
2:4N-,iotes on Jazz woualdmbedInflationar. The hard cYeled..a oert. ate ee of corn-h- FO.R 0LE:-Bargain. 1941 i htldC

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i tes .AHINGTON. Nov. 18 iUP) obaiaed by the National Comr
S d Hrt Supreme Court stood Mast mittee to Secure Justice In the
y,- +- ,.- I rday in refusing to hear a Rosenberg Case, New York.
-. -- -- -- A-lea ole,-v0yballk ..leth sentence appeal t The 'petition asked permission
"n' tt= ae sl90 when S could be 4ia erul, loy' ym. They Won by I and wife convicted o argued that the Rosenbergs de-
e o D e ore or' -1 Congratulation atomic secrets to Russia. served a new trial.
Simao3 t Wt '4e'0 -defd f tbett chamtn in the InMl trla sIf you keep up your go"l The court refused to recon-
S*of th. arLt3 b- 1^M.- f3 oun went the me II Friday and whe imes, the couple' to the electric chair rej ected an appeal for recon-
1 yuuEOC wo lonaeand Is expected to sideration fied by Morton So-
vmuSrS iri~afb >wideao' that gin criatobal is a pushover, 'cause tt iit-rat
Z. y r 7Wlao'f g pthe.tri court of Its de- bell, who received a 30-yMo r
I" (a, q .t- vwaeuat Bto "t c. the bull-
so e e TI u Italtseei te I B Rave you got your tickets for 4'ts jy. court ef itsde- waho recinvda 30-year
st i. .want to .v e in. the myscery-comedy, rinmercy the Rosenbergs.
t e d Cotton waned Etpy thsof PPraslve nda cenhovn w Qhemt" anheoued eto open at 8:00 That court will order the
b _. WCot en Ir aofensiveP pd. esharpd friday eana saturday. eath pen alty be carried out. The Ros enberga ld soug ht
nne. tt l ts e dba Ilamne de e ltohet. butAnd so 4 hie 'tD 't st, promises to be the bet t he Ronberg, convicted in reconslcration of the earlier
ra a t ou ePon uh forw the te downs, but em kid wh t yet. ts ofull f good laughsad N York federal court March Supreme Corrt acton, on
t ood eouthem fotb the 4e.. am' and e kid ghosts. Just don't miss It ad I, 19M1, hae been in Sing Sing grounds that the death 'en-
i o bak them t octr eru pe all your friends. Mom and Dry death house for morq fences "outrage decency and
bout thataw It heardourBaDaa will like it safel 1i t months while their aP- offend civilized concepts of fair
111Atoo p :out t. yF idb ym by-peal adms c rough the courts play, founded as they were on

'spr r -, &eiiuibe& the mi, th fIdeg. Visiting day was er Ieb- us wh and with o
it l e te "" ad Lt a 1 Our ROTC boys marched in : alt the Supreme Court's hiaterially untrue" failand

td eult. voe ball teame. F i lt hea tha t e the ool. About 4 viDay Parade. tors auton ay their attornean- extravagant assu on.
AR 30oon te C "" League tended school and stayed to ~ pen. that "this at rle" to

to a S*-3l. tam.. Ate "A' L.ers played' see the ITS assembly, tth orit to cmutat hse-
n ( te p 1 t e and cg. They were s d od. t oaver t ose inber dawh corn-

mAAAAo exciting gju bes t ehout wr elo a yn The Assembly was opened by o tn. in
te. e ,the C band pelay rc within and without
'- t o e MrnnhnhtotdiB: s was tested to a seisond pep rally Friday noon when and the FTAers singing thier Defense counsel also coufid ask
Swp-. had planned d .ated for .all mo ing. Maybe their A as re by Maruicnha Taga- dthe Ror bs fr mt th o d t
Ste- uad any of the arent the te went to the pper ym for presented by Secretary not owhat fur-
IOU o ervo'em.Th an what the guest and ilee nds of the srudgen ttherJlftl pton he planned
spontaneous a lieqly wonderful pt.Oep rallC. VBLeaueender grfschool, afndstayed to sarof~te but seldom

"e he-" at" to a lsee t iease.Ji t he. Drvaeinr an nye g oTA a ss A bth en- tho lty to commute death sen-

Football L..ce. .c November s e de, a pm. the S time, the duced b Prop. Deck. ten oisc eo Inm edralcout. Weclal.court
S, l the decora- The Assembly way's Wopened b jal c .
1qmf dinierl ofco but- look forward to some hum-, he d loedth e ass--eby ben flight tadN CMo MENT-onnf
; r l the Cft bandrciMa hoile n. t fr yas MO E COMES e

; l e bi Itoi lk i won't b f noon wh and tiore Feersi llngt e fat McCarran D. Ne.) "leaves
wa ew fy o N ed 7 to utao s ew York for a vacation in
f Mother Nature woe thAs we could' t three v cand tied ent collect unpaid ment Senate Committee conducted
Cllge Il reset "The Dea h two. e t* awn leaders down here to lead weanumbrer, oby ha one ane thetUN. seSarid the Senatorcorn-
1 L Oe ,na ipt were the but rit oropuo a c p thee n hof ethe i fRenis u-oet thear noingn n writof habE athor
I've he -Pe ad- t eeto e upper r presented by holidays ecretacourt peiion on be- legl id Abrhm Feller:
Afll0n; Theater 3'S for t Saser1u; n denied mdntit otedho
ios to mae ck e ase, we sure have a Have ou seen thby ROTC half of an estimated 50.000 In- Feller's conscience was car

healtho sehoo wii allt the hI coming and going t er Sttoneoe, hnd pouxhter person tho souo t bto :
P thltinh et kadd n a-vSloing? act-Tar, aan1a1g IGranted of he carin to five w hexct oo
is atjog Aptil next week sae tIome, same paty for son, and Donna eyer on the Fort Bend Tex., Negroese committee. (al-EA Telephoto)

an.d s. V. 1o.._. ,AndThe Junmostered the athor Bend County which pre-
,.anKyebt.sureenjoyedtheir.swim._ans to the new members and the pep vent them from voting

swwere doinsOWlg ahead. Wat the d
ktthe ptre of so e that return Robert Woodall. a
Tl"aapV".M7 he us w ,Negronwugitiwe,htoeAlabamaeau-
ImA verybuy M tamedays IstSI Dawson. chairman of te hardfon Selee, who was Itro- theories without Interference
t sh Football Dwnce.lNolember.3Is-1he day,i7 p.m. the time, the duced bk Prof. Bewk. HosIo Woo

u.-.. S masto,.,,,ooM,, a...a.o

of ncfa to er e barboa bthe so
be. of. but-ok forward to. omeum- h e tter luck next tihe assembly ba fgh She's etraan-diialt... And Murder. for
-dne-with. another march, wt this lose the "THE fbur years. MeCARRAN COMMTHE' BRIDGE n.
seniors left Balboat by S- at McCarran (D. Nev.) "leaves
l* e|,! l- Tblli igjd~nr t" won't Sbe 1MB' bn r mao. 93)cRuled,asutoa2ltehatseswatese.rew York for a vacation In

P 4dt Nov. 1 ~ a a deeedbenefriesmay outh America. McCarran's

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'ine commissioner admitted he was aware that Rivera's con-
tiact contained a stipulation of tins general nature but doubted
tnial specific reference had been maed to the possibility of cri-
minal prosecution. Nevertnelcss. he added:
"My olilce doesn't, eet to see the players' contracts, you
know .
Having witnessedd and heard Lane's lofty scorn in the spring
1 va.i no lhitle a.s,onshea in midsummer to hear he had re-
bougnt Fihera Irom the Biowns and Installed him as the White
box regule.r center fielder. Up to now I have not seen the I to inquire now sucn an unaeslrable player could, in
a few short months,. become so desirable. Hence, I can only sur-
mise that when a team needs a center fielder mora4s are udim-

1 have since conie into possession of -information which leads
me to suspect La'ne m.y not have told me the whole story of
Rivera'* strange ana sudden transfer to the Browns. This in-
formation oictuica Lane as a cover-up agent. In other words.
Rivera was headed for the Browns all along, and the White Sox
never had any intention of trying him out.

Heroes to Our Youngsters'
As I recl',, it was also Lane's opinion that the main reason
{ ogers Hornsby got the job as a manager of the Browns was
.. nat he had no ob.lection.s to having a man of Rivera's low mo-
-ral concepts on lls team. Hornsbv had had him in Seattle the
"'tear before, and wis. in point of fact. enthusiastic about him.
"He's the only uv I'd pay money to see in the big leagues,"
Hornsby had said. iRivera hit a disenchanting .253 as a big
leaguer this year.i
It may or may not have neen signimic-.nt that shortly after
Bill Veeck. the Odd Character, fired Hornsby he transferred Ri-
vera to the White Sox. Could it be that the Biowns new man-
ager. Mari. Marion. placed a higher premium on character?
All of us. of .course. are ready to give sn errin2 brother a
'helping hand and a second chance. But in baseball, a game.
that is so %onderfullv important in the lives oi our youngsters,
and make no mistake, it is, there can be no compromise with
decency In the eves of voui boys and mine thesp men are au-
thentic hrroe' Let the ex-cons. crooks and morals offenders
rehabilitate thems.elte elsp~here We don't need them and
don't want them in baseball, even If Messrs. Lane and Veeck
think otherwise.

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eaton As National Champs Standings
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.NI YIVORK. Nov. 18 tXPI.-The unbeaten Michigan State
nariann' heads (he li'i of top football teams for the ninth SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
r r'i:hlt e-l, and are a good bet to wind up the season in -first Conference All Games
:i n,'t'iil national (hamps. W L W L
l..irs' voting by the United Press board of roache. pittn the. n. Tech 5 0 9 0
lr~ialn'as on top it(h 338 points out of a possible 350. Midhian [ T,.nnessee 4 0 7 1
.ote ;v an ouserwhelmina choice to wind up its season this; Mississippi 3 0 7 0
it'- ,'', i". tl a victory over Marquette. Georgia 4 2 6 3
The li nn lst Coasters L'-C-L-A and Southern Califor- Alabama 3 2 7 2
na. niohe:l 'ip in the ratings. Southern Cal jumped from Miss. State 3 3 5 3
fih tii i et: nd h lv beating Wlashington. 33-0. The Uclans. who Tulane 3 4 4 4
vr.'," ,ic. moved up from fourth to third. Georgia Tech, rated Florida 2 3 5 .3
n: ni lat "eel.. dropped back to fourth after squeezing past i Kentucky 1 2 5 3
Alaiama .;-.1. Oklahoma. which galloped Missouri, moved up iVRnderbllt 1 3 3 4
iimn _~e ent Il to fifth. LSU 1 5 2 7
,'lar',al'". losn to ihlisi4sippi the upset of the teek Auburn 0 6 1 7
tiopptd the Terrapins from third to a sixth place tie with Ten- i SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
ncrct. Misskisippi i min eighth. Texas in ninth and Notre Dame Duke 4 0 7 2
in teni th..West Virginia 4 1 6 2
S -. -George Washington 4 1 5 2
____~___W_______ Wake Forest 3 1 3 4
William and Mary 3 1 3 4
Furman 2 1 6 2
SSmith Carolina 2 2 1 3
SVirrailnia Mililarv 2 2 3 5
North Carolina I 1 1 5
tinll I d o p i Virginia Tech 3 4 4 6
JO E UILLIA M' rashington & Lee 3 4 .3
NC State 2 3. 3 5
... DFtvidson 15 36
The Clt.del 0 3 2 .5
It does not shoa in the commissioner's box score but the Univ. of Richmond 0 5 1 8
sh.',.o ,a 1i and [lie iroiess.onal bleeding near probably rate- BIG TEN
an assist in l ord Irick's decision to permit Jim Rivera of the Michigan 4 1 5 3
it. i.ica.o ,hii.e .o\, a once convitted rapist, to remain in major jwicnnsi'n 4 1 6 2
leagl e bascall. Purdue 3 1 31
is iis ,u-,.csted in the commissioner's apologetic statement Minnesota 3 1 4 3'
O1 tile icss tinaL ne coulo not place nimseli in the position 01'Ohio Statp 4 2 5 ,
;.L,.ig ,he neaos ot an tnme.ican grand jury." liercntial-i IlliUnols 2 4 "4 4
I.,. iit, .. .incO to oe s-,;ng. id liie to get rid of the bum butiIowa 2 5 t. P
i is i... ,e to invite lcgai complications. ',indiana 1 4' 2 6:
"1.,i' cunm.iss.oner appaiEiLnv went as far as he deemed le- Northv'estprn 1 5 1 61
Kall,' o.uueat unen lie place mte outfielder on probation and' IVY LEAGUE
j.o.ntet.l-. maria the white ,ox management sol.iy respoi0biolei W L W I
,or ins ,i.ure c:0oILiCL. hivera was cleared of a rope rap by a Pennsylvania 3 P{ 3 31
.,. .c..o IantI Iur.; some eeks ago. Previously he nad served Princeton 5 1 7 1
... .''t. in a it:.eral oenntentiai, on a similar charge involv-! Yale 4 1 6 2
1.1_ Ji ntimT\ .aL. Cornpll 2 2 '2 6;
Nuini mai, J ...i with suchl an unsavory reputation would Brown 1 2 2 51
not oalnilow o to la,, in organized baseoali. I' rom somn source Harvard 1 3 5 31
LE.., in some i.,ainei the impression was created tnat'he was a Dpirtmnith 1 4 2 8P
(.J.....i U. i.iilatic.. th LLin.etion had been nandea flown in an Columbia 1 5 1 6
aiio.,p.icice oi pil uaice. ana besitoes %this is my own linterpita-I SOlUTHWEST CONrFRENCE
tio., the Aimy was to blame, anyway. Tney shouldn't have Texs 5 n0 1 7
Wacs a.o.nci to tempt lecherous oung men. Especially Wacs SMU 3 1 4 4,
wilo rc-I,. TCU 1 1 3 3
ine IL.11 store, ao tiz charatreit's odious record is not a mat- RICo 2 2 3 8
ter 01A uAlI.C lectru tL.c na,.e oeen other IOul actions report- Ba'rlor 1 2 4 .|
ea mnic., it, "eie e,.inr suppressed or hanaolc out ui T".o"; A&M 1 3 3 5
tile couis I nave neatd ha.i Oesrioed as a "sex liena. CIhe Arkansas 1 5 2 7
man who so aescriocc him in m,, presence is Frank Lane. It, so PACIFIC COAST CONFERENCF
happens Lane is tne general manager at tne Chicago Wnite Sox. UCLA 5 0 8 0
S L Souihern California 5 0 8 0
The Lane 'I hat t turned Washington 5 2 e .
This was In St. P termuuig last .,ring. Lane had originally Washington State 3 3 3 5
bounint l';it tar Lat.00t0 ronm a.catte in the Pacific Coast League California, 2 3 6 3
un er i: c v as the le,"ding hitt wiin .Jo.. but curiously rcsold Stanford 2 4 5 41
him to the St. LOUis Bions .without e\en taking one look at Oregon 2 4 2 6
him in a major league uniton.u i ariteci :o Kno,. why. Idaho 1 3 4 4
%ve dbn t neea to "Inm tnaL bad," lie 'nsweied. Oregon State, 0 6 1 7
It "\as then that he detailed tne itllows background and BIG SEVEM CONFERENCE
contemp.uously dismissed him as sex leadd" wno woudh be an Oklahoma 4 0 6 1
ailront to his clientele. Missouri 4 1 4 5
Furiner. Lane graLJltously inornied me Lhe contract which Nebraska 3 1 5 3
made Rivera a member o0 the Browns carried an unprecedent- Kansas 3 2 7 2
ea proviso. In the elent the player was prevented irom playing Colorado 2 2 5 2
because ol criminal prosecution theie would be no financial lCanspi State 0 5 1 8
redrez.s. Iowa- State 0 5 2 6

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to dLsmount n mid-air, his mount taking te .triple- bar wmt
effort in the opo jumper eveUt of Alstralia's Prth 1Rohl Sh
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At Grid Luncheon

NEW .YORK, Nov. 18 (UP) -
The NCAA's restricted television
Program has conic in fpr son1e
heated debate ., at a ew York
football writers- luheon.
M.Dr. Allen IL Dtmont; head 0
the Ouinoit te t'laon petwor
says therNCAA one- am'e-a-week
ian i "moraly alnd eolaly con-
trary to the Amerfdan system na
Creek enteM '
Dwot a the NCAAM ba a
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hts career before enteria tue
Arnimwilthia miral e r e oo
against Suthern O&fMorniL
Oh tWtctsdlt sd4e, eat fan .
er of Ml"ippti Pfat cbn ined
h m-,e ,a mVoring wl1eot he ran
for qWue ad P-mea for two a-
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television receipts." Re ayas col-"
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tickets" which he -mys is what
television amounts to.
"Our concern," says Bushnell,
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the preservation of the atltemi
system which is dependent on
football. That's the NCAA's pri A
mary purpose."-' BushnelL.
on: "We conten& that our v
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By United Pre=s r
Southpaw Bobby Shantz., the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Maddox Ame' 1 ConfeArlfces
American League's most valuable wanted $50,0Q0 because Mrp. W LTPet LTP O
layer. thinks he's worth more M ddox had beeft hit in the left Cleveld. 6 2 0 .750 198 124
tMan officials 'of Philadelphia e-,e more than. a year ago. First Necw York 5 3 0 .86 97
A's want to pay him. -tnseman Ed Waitkus missed a Phila. 5 3 0 .825 159 I
The 24-gilae winner met yes- ball thrown by Gramner that Chic. Card. 3 5 0 .37l 423
te;dav with General NManager day, and. the Maddox attorney Pittsburgh 2 6 0 .250.182 21
Art Ehlers and they couldn't a-" contended Haramer's throw had Wash. 2 6 0 .258 I52 148
eree on salary terms. been "negligent." He also said it -- '. -
Rhlers sayS he offered Shant: caused permanent, injury to the National Conference.
a "substantial raise" but admits eve San. Fran. 6 2 0 .750*224 114
-t was "far from $35,000." a fig- Judge'Floqd ruled that persons Detroit 6 2 0..750 117 117
ure mentioned'in recent specula- wno go of this type- Green Bay 5 3 0 .825 188 181
tion. rn meaning baseball--share the-risk Los Ang'es 5 3 0 .625 207 183
"I told Bqbby such a figure'MaS '.f the sport. Chic. Brs. 3 5 0 .375 167 224
out of the question," said the A's Dallas 0 8 0 .000 114 283
general manager. "After all, D a. -
that's $ 200 per ceht raise." T1 rPe O iguel Sunday's Results
It's believed Shantz will me&t r.PoD Green Bay 17. New York 3
with Ehlers aailn this week. pro- Swimming Pool Detroit 43, Dallas 13
b.blb before Friday. Bobby- Is Philadelphia 10. Chic. Card.'7"
scheduled to returrLnto his winter COS Tomorrow S. Fran. 23, Washington 17
home in Lincoln, Nebraska on Cleveland 29. Pittsburgh 28
Friday Pedo ige, simmin Los ,ngeles 40. Chicago Bears 24.
Friday. Pedro Miguel swimming Dool' .next Sunday's Sehedule
d o e w will be closed all day tomorrow Chicago Card. at Pittsburgh
Did you ever wonder whether fr cleaning, it wad announced Dlas at Oreen Bay.'s
the baseball club is responsible if today by tl.e Physical Education Detroit at Chicago Bears.
,,o'a pet hit in the eye with a bet- & Recreation Branch. Ne York at Washington.
ted or thrown bill at a gam ef Philadelphia at Cleveland.
Well. Judge Gerld F. Flood'of Tie work will be done by the in. .Franisco at dosAngeles.
Pifladelphia Phils and their Mynicipal Division forces, and
shoitstoo Granny Hamner, a it is expected 'that it will be
move for a non-suit in an action, completed in time to hive the AA T
brought bv a Bryn Mawr, Penn- pool reopned on the regular
.vlvania could. schedule e the following day.



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ne'a. elace mwipahtee swe at
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. A tIna League clubs ex-
capt Cuietnati 'sand Brooklyn
and all American League clubs ,
eyenptlhe cbI'eoWhit. Sox are
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Atomic frl A with Tom JoAn-
on _Z, moved along the o0 d
o ta the lead to ithe
rides and finish a' nose n
f "Klinme." "Duke A*unS.'im
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Shooting Editor
'1ftiend of mine came galloping
ja 'the other evening, all of a
laIher to borrow a shotgun.
Since I knew him to be a care-
ful cuse I said sure, anything he
wanted except my pets. Which is
a polite way of aying that the
lending gun is that beat-up, old
smokepole on the end of the
' He picked it up, crooked his
oigrt arm, and pushed the butt-
plate back into the bend of the
elbdw and curled his forefinger
around the trigger. See, says he,
she's just perfect for me; and
rafter cozening me out of a box
of shells he disappeared into the
Now this old method of check-
ing a gunstock for length may
have virtue. it is perfectly true
that much of the time, if your
trigr finger rests comfortably
S the trigger when a shotgun
butt is backed into the crook of
yoUr bent right arm, the gun is
soMewhere near right in respect
to 1& length of pull. Somewhere
But the scheme really won't
tell:you a thing about how well
theq,gun fits, where it will shoot
tWAr ou, because It tells you no-
th74 whatsoever about the dl-
melsaoos of the stock in respect
to drop at comb and heel.
"nee comb of a shotgun posl-
tions your shooting eye behind
the barrel. Therefore it Is in ef-
fect the rear sight. The elbow
test tells you only how long the
stock is. You've got to handle
and check the gun, better yet,
shioof It, before you have any
Idea as to how Its stock shape
will suit you.
STh old business about using
a moderately worn dime as a test
for -choke in a 12-gauge gun is a
mighty unreliable check, too.
Prsurably, a full choke or 70
per cent gun will not accept a
dim through the choke cons-
-I just put the micrometer on
five dimes dated between 1925
and 1950. They varied In diamet-
er between .697 and a scant .703

Inches. Now at least one gun-
maker specifies a choke squ
to .693 on his full choke gee.
So presuihably none of tle
dimes wouj4 enter a full ch ke
No? There are four barrels on
my gun rack that I know are full
choke because they deliver at
least 70 per cent of their shot
into a 36-inch circle at 40 yafas.
A German-built Merkel wouldn't
come even close t6 swaUolwne
any of them. One gun by a amn-
ous American plant took.,the
smallest dime OK; another Iy
the same manufacturer pined
four of the dimes, sticking 0Rn
on the largest.
So as choke-testers the dimes
were worth about what they. ar
in a store these dqA. The real
proof of a shotgun ,chokejes In
counting holes an a patteomg
sheet-Just as the real proof
a shotgun's fit Is In shooting It.

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PARIS. Nov 18I UP, North "Let the people know the truth and th
Atlantic Treat% alsie hoped to-
day that the United State. now
that It apparently has 'he hydro- TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., TUESD
can bomb. will release more of its
se,'rets about the old fashioned
nuclear fission weapons. S up er
Spokesmen said non-Ameri- -

fense plans efficiently on the e

One senior officer said the hv-,
drogen b om bom b informcuts the A-bomb
down to size" and sets It on ao r
course toward becoming a tacti- WASHINGTON. Nov. 18 iUP, i mission) will have to look In-
:al] weapon with its bie brother,-Sen. Bourke B. Hickenlooper to security slips that may
being kept in reserve for targets IR-la i. ranking Republican have occurred."
now regarded as suitable only for member on the Congressional Military officials here said the
filsion bombs Atomic Energy Committee. said commission laid down the secur-
Numerous U.S. military offi- today that that body will re- ity regulations ofr the joint task
ials here were said to back Eu- view "the entire hydrogen pic- force which conducted the test.
ropean hopes for information tuie" with special attention to The task force, commanded by
on tactical atomic weapons. security slips that might have Maj. Gen. Percy W. Clarkson.
Spokesmen for them said thev occurr.?d in the recent H-bomb was made up of AEC, Army.
hoped President-elect Dwlaht D.I test Navy and Air Force men.
Eisenhower would en~se such a-, Hickenlooper, prospective The AEC declined to make
tomic security provisions I chairman of the committee, public the specific security re-
said: "We are ahead of the gulations it imposed -so long as
Some high American officials Communists in this grim the investigations are under-
here feared the latest hvdrogen competition for nuclear power way. But a spokesman said "any
bomb report would ive weight to0 -a competition which they revelation of restricted data
a British rearmament plan call-! have forced upon us. would be a violation of the Ato-
Inb for concentration of suoer- -Before they think about mic En.?rgv Act."
weaPons and a cutback on con- %aging aggressive war they had Other officials said that if it
ventlonal arms. best stop. look and listen." develops that some restricted
n as feel- Dr. Jules Halpern. chairman
They were represented as feel- the Federation of American
That mass production of hy-cientists. hinted that the H- ana T ff
drothe hydroen bombs seemedrobabl as a minder to the ford that ar ofway
lnbe emerging way off and it would have weapons capa found tof even greater, Canal traffic for November is
little direct effect on stopping ma- use of thedevastation still swinging along in high gear
an westward surge of Russian Halpern ald the Atomic ng 23 ships t ransiting ystr-
arms across Western Euope. I am plnergy Commission's Sunayy, 2 on Sunday, 27 Saturday,
announcement of the H-bomb
Hic h Air Force sources said tests were c"is a sober and grm re- 21 Friday and 26 Thursday.
the hydrogen bomb seemed to minder to the world that a way
be emerging as a true sitnnon.- mued found to prevent the Canal traffic for November ad
Onie weaon for use against m- us we ofthese and even more still swinging along in highave gear.en
likeor Rusan cities inw B. Ran dwar. potent weapons to come." was learned today, with ocean-
Thaow receive the "relegate the atomd"Hickenooper aid: "While going 23 ships transiting yester-
bomb. they said. to tactialuse. am pleased with the way the da, 29 on Sunday, 27 Saturdayn
such as in the recently disclosed tests were conceived and car- 21 Friday and 26 Thursday.
atomic cannon ried out on a technical basis, The movements are not steady,
Onlv toomost US authorities we (the Atomic Energy Corn- however, and there have been
like Gen. Matthew B. Ridvway-
now receive the "restricted" in- Meanwhile the Canal has an-
formatpon on how U.S. atomic nounced that though figures on
weapons are working.. ,. ... tonnage are still not available
.,l waterway traffic and tolls broke
alboa Tides K all previous records during the
Balboa Tides I month of October..

Make checks payable to Cru-
made For Freedom, Chase Na-
tional Bank. Balboa Branch.

lice have found the Feller bro-
thers. Danny. 13, and Barry, 9,
who disappeared from their
Bronx home after one of them
shot their 11-year-old sister,
Marion abovee, during a game
of "war."


Ir you want tn give the watch that meets all the
standards of fine watchmaking, give a Hamilton.
For time-enduring beauty and tested accuracy,
Hamilton is the world's finest-"The Aristocrat
of U alchles."

General Agents for Ponnml IMIA, S.A
Apartede 49, Peminm I.P.

Records compiled by the Man-
agement Division bore out an
earlier prediction that many re-
cords would fall.
Tolls collected on ocean-going
commercial vessels transiting the
Canal last month amounted to
$2,917,634.02 compared to $2,635.-
989.46 for the previous month,
the record to that time.
The October tolls figures broke
for the third time this year (in
March, September and October)
the previous records which re-
mained'intact for 23 years after
they were established in 1929.
There were 674 transit of the
Canal by ocean going commer-
cial vessels during October, com-
pared with 615 in September and
622 last May, which was the pre-
vious record high.
In addition to the ocean-go-
ing commercial traffic, there
were 87 transits by Govern-
ment vessels of 300 net tons or
more and 95 transit by small
commercial craft of less than
300 tens.
Transits by large commercial
vessels averaged 21.74 during Oc-
tober compared to 17.55 for the
same month a year ago.
Tolls credited to the Canal for
the transits of government ves-
sels amounted to S451.748.16 last
month. Tolls for the transit of
small commercial vessels totaled

Young Harry Wills

Drops Two Rounds

To Traffic Sips
An oldtime .ocal prize fighter
who is also sa oldtime traffic of-
fender found' that he couldn't
win in Balboa Magistrate's Court
this morning after two arrests
afternoon for failure to halt his
taxicab at a stop sign.
John Lee MoWott. 50. who as
*Young Harry Willys' went hun-
dteds of rounds In local rings, was
given a traffic ticket by a CZ
policeman yesterday for alleged
failure to halt at a stop light
on Pier Street. Balboa. The of-
fense was clocked at 1:31 p.m.
After talking it over. Pana-
manian cabby and the cop de-
cided to ride to the police sta-
tion in the former's car. But
When they again came to stop
sign on Pier Street, Mowatt a-
Erain failed to halt his vehicle.
the court was told. The second
offense was entered at 2 p.m.
In court this morning, the ex-
prizefighter was unable to con-
vince the judge that he had ob-
served traffic regulations. So it
was $5 for the first offense, $10
for the second.
This was the fifth traffic of-
fense of which Mowatt has been
found guilty in Balboa eourt
during 1952. He was fined $10
earlier this year for passing in
an intersection, $7.50 for speed-
ing and $3 for failure to report
an accident.
Since 1931, he has been con-
victed of more than 20 traffic


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information was disc
might be one of tw
(1) Rank and file
of the 10,000-man
were not properly
about the security re
In that case. discip
tion might be In ord
the officials respo
tPe instructions.
(21 If they were p
structed, some
chose to ignore the
or were carried aw
awesomeness of the
plosion. This would
violation of orders
carry harsh punish
AEC Chairman Go
disclosed t h at In'

holding Str

Fell in Oct

The numbers of sl
intercoastal routes
the East and West
the United States,
most Important tra
through the Canal,
from a daly average
sels during Septem
during October.


closed there were "underway" when bh an-
o possible nounced Sunday night that the
task force had conducted satis-
member factory H-bomlb tests.
task force He did ot- use the words H-.
instructed bomb tests.,Aing only the tech-,
egulatious. nical phrase "thermonuclear
linary ae-- weapons research."
ler against Dean said the investigation
onsible for' might lead to "possible disciplin-
ary action or prosecution for
properly in- violation of task force regula-
deliberately tion or the law."
regulations, T seemed to mean the
av by the servicemen might be liable to
terrific ex- military puibshnment even. if
be a direct they were 'not found to ha4"
and could .yiOlated the Atomic Energy
nent. Act.
erdon Dean The act carries a maximum
vestlgations penalty of death for violation of
security. But it must be proven
that theo violation was commit.-
ted with the intent to injure'
Ann, this county or to "secure an
VllU; advantage .to any foreign na-.
'wg; tlon.
L e-r Mot.of the letters home, mntad
[pubqc so .tr. appear to hay
ob eer cOmmunicatona to rl
tives. or. friends from ta. force
personnel who were overhelm-
hips on the ed by the spectacular- bomb
5 between burst.
Coasts of There always is the pqvStbslhM
one of the however.- that enemy gntq
ade routes could piece together from .hee
Increased important bits of scientific
of 1.9 Yes- knowledge~
aber to ZA

There were no sinifici
changes in traffic volume
other main trade routes throat
the Canal although those rou
of lesser importance grouped
gether As 'miscellaneous' shot
an increase from 4.8 ships da
In September to 5.7 last moni


Judge's Bench

Edward Joseph Galvin. $I-
year-old American. paid a 10
fine in Balboa Magistrate's
Court yesterday for backing his
vehicle without caution.
Conrado Martez P.. 65, Pana-
manian taxi-driver, paid $5 for
failure to exhibit a certificate of
inspection for his vehicle. -*
fael Alonzo Nuftez, 39. Panamn-
nian. paid $10 for the sanke
offense, plus another $10 tOr
driving a truck without an oper-
ator's license.
Secundino Carvajal. 25, Pa-
namanian. was fined $5 tor
stopping more than six inches
from the curb.
Juan Gonzalez. 19-year-old
Panamanian. was put on proba-
tion for a year after having
been convicted of loitering an
Frangipani Street.
Llia Garcia Paredes, 27. was
fined $10 for trespassing at the
toy sale in the commissary ati-
nex. anr Jose Rivera A., 27,
Panamanian paid the same fine
for trespassing in the La Boca

Russian Press Says

No Word Of H-Bomb
Test By Americans
MOSCOW, Nov. 18 (UP1 .
News of the United Stites' hy-
drogen bomb test has not yet
been published in the Russian
press, it was reported today.
Ever since Hiroshima, the So.
viet position was that no atomic
or other weapon can longremati
in any country's monopoly, Siowe
the explosion of the rst !-S
A-bomb in 1948, Ruasil aOI
has been that it ha.A aW
continue to make atople
pons as long as it isa M
do so. ,-
It is part of the florall R
viet military doctor _lstha.
single weapon can e4"'"Iv
modern warfare. T
theory finds frequent rm |
In the Soviet pe1s., .
During the 6W=%.
Party conre

oar, V e
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and tbrell" whiite o tpcnfonW
won dismastal today of hprges
of disturbing the' peae-by d nk-
ing in a Negro sajmbon.
Munilipal Judge' E-dwt ,aby
loh 'accepted- ot os xplInatlon
of why he and party had
gone to the La)e Street: tavern
st 3 am.. yesterday.
Scott, who. was reared in Texas
but, now lives it n ev l,
Cal:f., told' Judge I he
was unawaree of Louiiatse-
aregation lawS." .*-.: "-
He.toldsthe judge: "1.4atch all
thea sets tthe cities I vit loolk-
ing for talent for USO aheW, and
in this. place I went to. hear a
harmnicrA i layer, I night say
he wa"s lgoa one."
He said 'some coloredf'oys in
the Navy JUst back frao: Korea,c
recognized me and they asked
our party to have dr.." .with
t.emn." -
Judge Babylon' wanted ctt
that Negroes oaft S!iWt' ie
encroachiment of whli-'eBO.len
tneir midst."
He said a person wiA, ea
in such apr ,e lone" 11*g
to Wind up witlh kl. nI.
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color T ovie t .coy",
activities of a U -.
The Army v awI ed
a contract to the M ne
Film Company to a the
film, tentatively Re.
port to tha Army."
Defignd to show the.-' bje
and Intent of Army ctivtiS.;
from basic training tnw1 ex-
vice In the many world theaters,
it is primarily a film for. the
orientation of xecrults. and
tilinees. It will also be shown,
however, at a later date, to the
During their five-day stay
Jia *6- Canial Zonm-the six-
n Mov4etonqk ttan arrived
NItOay and leTs I Friday-
the .rew plans to poneentrate
'a !_Ogle warfare training.
r'T group is filming tdday at
F KoTbbbe where the 33rd In-
fatr Regiment's Intelligence
ad. econnaissance' Platoon is
.putt'Rn ofi a demonstration of
$unfew. warfare and living ac-
The film crew also hopes to
take scenes of key military
duties of U. 8. Army Caribbetan
personnel In different units,
activities at the USARCAnB
Shool, Fort Gulick, and gen-
iral shots of life in the Army
ft these tropical military in-
The Chief of Information.
M, D. C.,- been de-
the Depart t of..the ;iespoBspbIe for the
cton. 4 Col. Allson A.
C .nad, Off0 .X* t rf 0f Itifor-
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