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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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was suspended is nt included in the proposed rental i
e. creases on U. S. rte quarters of the Panama Canal Cos

outpany, it was rev cd ring this morning's rent heart|
session by Comp t Lindsley Npble. He also showed t
Sa the Canal Com r.ies arn overload of many expew
"a not incurred by vernment agencies in the UniI1
e States.
the .e afternoon sessio w suspended when it was tend to restrict the a
the charged for rentabslkmed
the chided the' panel members wlad be conducted on able whether anyntcsasked
115 tour of.piection of.Cms r.ters on the Atlantic side. made here with rates
to hire toble's iesti i today, the head of "Tcoo piled h
the! gMral civic cMucU s mmond, in answer- turned it over in h il
kosrS nivItextensive
p g .-.a1imilor ques.ties+ p.4 wr leaders yester- He tfe lthe p6m e ofer'
S t on r-cord s 'cmc groups "would be trel in the United Sttem
fo~ y .ret oin1 1 that is oan reason p ueS tia 6on
.reds. eat d oe saII. fee.w complete Congres- lantords when t6o
isofIPn Company opem- ,t h1 ed nof apUd
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T1j "-h aha bit of a smile for the ca-
!W x dt. thqr lost pup, "Namele," and

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ern confer- onestions about total nuo
NWate* e upon U.S rate empjloy.a to b a
morai tl*A..ree-man by the rent p rblemn Noble
$ .l began t Ujrd day of the about 4.000. However.
ari 'n tv Services Dwirector Senr
iR infgri" oon the Sum'-- DoIovan added there were
it tdIwait was brought out in repidine in family quarters RIP
q ation ut to Noble by labor's fl75 achelor emolyes. Noble
MplWntatlve on the panel. Or- olained the difference In
P rrows, who wanted.tagnow -vas due To the fact that in.S
'thatwork w cth.t d toe-m- nv cases more than o-one
yes on the Oanal employee resides In the au
.. ote aid he was gad the However as of Sept: 30. 19 S.
aesti was asked. "It has not Comptroller said there are A
been dt Led. and we do not occupants in Panama ua
sonte cehaing it to em- Company and Government qua-
n oWs. h( reUe. That cost, he ters. '
anal serernment expense, plan there are 1,312 structuWa
lhMh ikdes provision for all In U.S. rate quarters wbkb I :
Fttes o atructures. elude mWn employes as tas
To BIrrTOw' question if that, Canal workers.
ane .- I: preparation of Broken down the figures are,
hpus wA not chargeable roughly.
10to Sl e answered that concrete 115
.a"". Composite 583
The or said "the Frame 428
ouerit -j can go both Surplus 174
waYs. I.any costs that Others 83
sh ;ld.11Ml to housing and It was brought out in testao.
rents ny offered by both Noble and
Nmerated the ex- Donovan when que atoned- e
tra l the Comany: Burrows. that the dedsIirtI l
1) es allowed factor I considered In
hure I than in the mining rent: Insofar as
VJrtiId J *3ploves get 40- quarters,' garage, etc. etc. are
Wk fti ; 'rbth sick and an- concerned. However, the iocate n
1 rTse their sick of the quarters was not given
r an accrue consideration in the rental esti-
I r of leave than mates.
rmit. (Noble Directing himself to &he oe -
htfullv so.) Al- pany's witnesses, chairman 1
rf^ O.v leave is allow- Plan asked "I take it U. 8. raU-
*47 th f is taken out- labor is almost completely j-
ale ofW sqo Rganized on the Zone?" To whicf
2 A Vl Iransqortincr em- Donovan replied he would pr
Dioes fn~ j United States if the labor people anawerer'
ad t them that question.
3)y M n to the Uni- Speaking for the craft
d Btti mployes on leave in the Canal Zone Howsn
tra ima Line boats ro, the Central Labor -
a Ob of $40 a person legislative representative
StS h*y asgood deal ed that between 60 and
orcent of this group lwas =-
T a Comtanv Is rounder the American
Olin"' .-; cent or' the of Labor.
qieE r mtoS the Cil rS Rufus L.ovelady. national li
t 5 'EtuSdth Lu lwhiherv-; president of the Amertba JX
h tt I itm whih Iseration of Government P'W
int, 3.p4 9 U aencies. said only one third of
iZ h f Ittms were emnloyes belonged to s
E? Wei o"V iB cacu- approximately one thbd.
V o *ut rom- "came to us when in t si!
w: k hour now." -
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taeoWt isw ment em- as to how many of the 4
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E. a cL -r. L otage .hand'. president t fl
-controlled all ollywood rep. a

f f 1 K C= ov Brewer have comerred w .. i ^ I .,un-lerl __..'.. dwh It".
ThDEM GLAe er m d nw r a "B ii-lent" ai d screened all movie
ThIDlwi The other day Brewer met withy .E. th ..r -.- .' t-
icen. Lters are received gr l nd re handd in recet th t mtlionso c t o ors aon e .a

-iol wats th eai-Co t ol geof te men who, off$
Sdential man mer m nabae to al o "

Ityoucoper.ut lt o bEesl studios.WOM .s4oll *3
i contribute a ltte' dnt be Impatient if it4-esn't appear the That flattering but utterly
meat day. Letters are published mN the order received. foolish statement was the last
Please try to keep the letters limited to one epage lolit. gasp of a left-wing crowd IK
Ideni l writers s hld in strictet confidence. attempted to see
This newspaper e umes responsibility for statements at s pinions movie and televiton Industry.
expressed in letters from readers wIth took steel helmets and tear

dios not too long ago. And itl e eng iMr
ristobal, C.. took counter-intrigue andcoun
As I travel 1 notice an injustice in a certain division here tor-esplonage to dislodge the pro-

In Crisobal. One of the heas I chae of a certain group Com niss from Hollywood.
continue his rank of discriminatory actions. Having lost theritrenches -

presene of all the checkers to some particular store in Colon dyn t amo behind a pro paga O rp
with abusive remarks 'carpenters furnish their tools why can't m chr m Way rn
Said boss forget to notice hat the typewriters, and other is. o T

was in his custody. What have become o the 335 if he do not lve Thousands of movie pro- t
I Notice. nto the Orient. Thl can cost us
UNIFRUCO BROUGHT INTO ACT pull more boys out of their homes. l r O
,tain the Asiatic wqps. I ,.
Paraliso, C. Z. Collaborating cloaely with the' Wh -t-Ato10
Sir usslan's own Sdoeport (the
Well, well. At last all the high-paid U. S. rate little kings movie talent and craft unions of cu
and queens of the coupon accounting section of the Co mmissar ~urope.
Division are being cut off the payroll. I Vir.ually all of these are Comn-
What about those U. 8. rate chauifeurs of the DiviSlon. Why ';Inist controllec. They saotagei bu
don't they cut them off the roll too ? And let's.see f the Pa- (ur own films eingt prpuced a- I leu" ":' ... B g
nama Canal commissaries can sell stuff as cheap as the United moad. delay them ar ge boy-I
Fruit Company in Puerto Armuelles. Panamas. They bring In ,otts so America won't impress to fn
stuff on their own ships too. and rememberr they have got to the world as it sees our free and an

o lifefusn ad thrcoupgfnewnonL
pay taxes to the Panamanian government for bringing in the ,sy way of fe through our mov a
goods. "..".'..
And please don't forget they sell a five lb. tin of Kllm in In the past few weeks or own '-
their commissary for $2.8 1 and here on the Canal Zone where Covle industry has q ul e tly beene beat fc the thr ire
everything is duty free and our ships too, we have got to pay punched a counter offensive.
3.45 for the same five lb. can of Kilm. ',ow, movie executiVes, workingl.I
remainH vel d 46 Rater.. vbn such labor leaders as .theI a, -
Half-Starved Local Rater. '. L Stage Hands' president, Dick
Walsh, and his Hollywood rep. r e 0 d o RUARK -
*. IRoy Brewer, have conferred with s ly a 0 UAK
SIlDE GLANCES v lbr thl the studios now producing a- an i h I t.
road. A.
The other day Brewer met with NEW YORK -Ford Frick, the relaxed tdge Prick an't fi re him for condac l unbcomll5iagn
Paramount's French represents- Landis of today's baseball. hasashown a coOer- an officer @ a'Oentlemah, becau 31ve canl
tie--who was specifically in- able wisdom in the administration of so t- sue and ne and sa e on the graiju.y'-- ,-t
I leI,.tructed by his company to work cate problems which am ht have roused 9 vi- Ing a &Me Frisk fretted and fimial hli pae F"It
on's with the anti-CMmmunist, lent old judge to extreme measures, M ad ubih real smart. '
lsboe unions in France. might have spurred Ford's imedjt ede For t* noome public l6ae, ,' ,
Word was flashed to the AFL's ar Happy Cha"mnd r, to regret able e to pl Whe Rivera la, .S .-.
S- vi ,ng European agent, Irving erck has a hand-;ewn problem In 1the would W f l te itl, to' t!.i
ople ae considering for Asst.whograduatedfros er heave p
S cretary of Labor in char e of Ing part of his sentence on. rape etarge At .ill.
foreignn affairs. The Gener haslEl
reat confidence in Irving's de- At the time-Rivera was chosen for teao r. te, 11 I
ailed knowledge of Europe's la s. Prick said i a fine '
bcpr ptrcles and tU* Intricate go- as he and
viet undergtoloud tere.. i
Browin now will work with was up to River, ad If itaed a I
:./with the major studios' shooeet- would regard him strictly g an outflelda and Oa*adi am,.
Ilg companies abroad, identify not Uas an ex-convict,. .fk
and smoke out the StallaIsts, Rivera went, along for te last season d will tay-
as was done here, and thus try aroused no undue comment eith* as an .auw e ub to
lSl .,,/ l to wipe out Soviet controL or ajallhouse alumnus. -i ift
Then he got Into a nasty mes at could hap- Tkelb WIase
.Brown's activity Is fortunate. n to any bWll layer, but ikLs p u- ly-o. ;. me.lei. .
for in the past the pro-American,if your name is Ivera and you hove an olrdpe ae llt pi" ..
anti-Communist movie unions rap behinA you. "17 Seat no-o.
Shave found no allies. In Rome the It wase a tty tough t
other day, Carlo Mantegazza, sec- Rivera picked up some eookle-or other and Mic did iver wsif a
I l r' Iretary of the United Federation went home with her. All of a sudden here is Si- stick ofw other lads ..... mig
/ lofStage and.ScreenrWorkers. a vera.Char gain. wl H..tsay t he In;future.
free. anti-Soviet studio unibn, laulhanoed ay.gabtthatWbae.nsaws that bl futur.and
Appealed across the seas to the so it goes tothe Chicago grand Jury. T"1ah ry Ye-Vb haitg accented the first wova t; _
AFL. exonerated him. make tle majors. trick also had
"Despite our efforts eve.ry..... mfair ta
Anme ricean film produced in Italy But the suspicion is still ther. ftl,..a. a ,"o.
ne s the war has been made by on literal probation, Riveramust face either tw.
.-_ Communist labor, which was re- pulston from baseball or taeit co.done .nt 1"1 e1" "in 1 the 11 ack S
cruited from the Red Italian an ex-rapist and admitted seducer isa P .to t. ft.00 too"clan( l.te
Federation of Stage Hands," the national sport.
.Mante aza revealed. Many another ballplayer has been in l o.I. .O. .:. .
.... P.u r Man egassa caused the Ame- worse trouble with dansm, booawe like I think thet Filck Is to be
.1 "".rican film companies of ignorlhl bll ae to come after _the o- -d t. this ier-- ....
his anti-Communist followers iiour. But none R 1 mod. e.. a-.d
"Dad, the way this stuff stops you, you must not have a WhWen thisapameduinthelow Aonr dof .
very hard jobl" press, the sturdios were checked. uq the player was exonerated by the ,-;"e strike beoe
It was learned that Paramount, jury, e tech Ically Innocent of Ut
SMetro--oldwyn-Mayer. T we n- charge, whh makes his status w if the are allied am
S. 'Answe to Previous Puzzle he entry-sox an warer had never happened at all, t __ird,._ .._,_,__-
S Fighting Words I w location in taly -and were at ..f.-.-'
L.A i l the mercy of the Communist -"-,"- I..
OIISONTAL 57Indian weight government was quietly a pel- D'e "-ocr rac in Sch'ioo t:- .
i 1 oer Sugar 'VEBTICAL I n the left-wing unions and re-
Robinson .ale -heep fusng to aid the competing nonl By -sl'-i.
w h shelt Th Ro me government feared -
..o_ 3Day before stirring un the Reds. Soo oky Educators are still debatgg the b q. ti
"d this id the left-wingers becon #that of how much "Amerlc~anisia" should'i ..-, IIII
-: _._ 4 Cotton seed these American movie ecomanles in the country's choo m the interest f ,.
l., p._ pods were beln practoially k- citizehl.ip. the
:I'y Awry 23 Rfut 28 Amio end mailed by the Stalinists. Delays Ago m belt.las does Dr. W1EI V i, abd ol :.
-_-,;l t24er DRusin Direction 40 German songs dis," ",Teres," "The Crimson lhmbla nUlveily. wh sin recently:
,. i, entnel 7 si .. GIrl's name 41 Wrath Pirate," "September Morn," "Ro-
Sile nt. celebrations 26 MalIcious 42 Crescent man Holide" and man others "The best -a to Ihs Comlaltlt" is to -Iil[" ".
i 5 Mdea Ind of cheese burning 43 Unclose have cost B. companies mil- face him with afltisibg "ope .n k ....

A; m I-I-II.IUPaul uls and Van Johno ....-It
-muan 'I- and must take what they get The goal of objectivity ia wholly d tha If we
X e6teh river -from the dominant union. able. nut thereeAms to .be good neuw
, Oreatet .Since the Prenoh and ItAllan it cannot be ,adh td to pIse tly I so
1 m etrical vernmentas have been giving us young AmeCos a aut thvgraven
. tm Vip service, American laor and Long ao a ae a ave sa ..
atoims managementU have gotten to. as a people to haie a affbrl o t
41 WHOi ether. They've just finished government. To work well. subuh oF Rvermag.
*Retred their parleys In New York and suppose. a welltinformed. 64a.4%
*heduch Holywood. .I eation for all is thtuS an d Ao* nobody ho-
c vyweit ion!ws thte help 0of tamet Iandmocra*. Now else ean asof gOWsM'M-
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state j0COMMIN Ian$11"
Wl4Iia~ Vu'n]rbteoral Co him, DOM.,
lead 112oPA,:" o As. attorney l-In.
sm bl, ) t .4 10,011 re c_ 'lub already'
Wi t trtr.on, gift to re
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Ber. told Connel l""o
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nttavodf 10' h s t6o-bebought"'
SA y i md CornellU'
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!Youf Are Coria$fy niferTde 6ti ninQ .

astimon the sc t leader bought
li'f. t $h i e appointment, and told -
3i6 6 t lelvthatI-t "i e mut be nice tQ be
PAP- "Hd said: 'It. didn't eqst me
sythbin It was MeNsAr.l'a"
At tlesa1 U money paid for that'," Duffley
n;.&snk L.Pa*, a testitled
.e. tore hAmeri- -Reached' In hle municipa court,

lo'K ubderworld empire, called to testlTU following .fluf- vidtim." Oil'it. would be duti .TOto (o lo- t, but
arkeIehard .ln hia petition chy's were "ra culou.."ua must'n-o hail h ,
ed named In tlation ya to Coaven Duflty denied thatnhUHe RIHSof tik
a in a li *capaasthe ofo feredoselthei ( lE

It helmmlgrant' ntra r 8- were about $5,000. a-d .--c-paih t^" hic l ~victi to m.-oo !v.---

Trial sisters Declare War Fresh Trouble Breaks Out
t L A i -of Southern Michign Jl
On Du Pont Industial Empire At SouthernMichiganJail
JACKSON, Mich., ov. 19- Bannan replaced. Friable a
o (UP) -- Trouble broke out few days later. At present, state
CICAGO, Nv. 19 (T)-The te. greatest agregatlon of In- among inmates at Southern police have been alerted to lo-
govemeCHICAGO, NOe. d ')--Tle dtla power ever eubiet to Mic an priSon last night and cate aannan In anort e rn
government o ned thi biek N Als ta power ever subjectt to a 14e police were dlspatch- Michigan huntt. camp n d
atdi-trust su itn court' aUnnals mmon control. edt to te aiehe. bring him back to the prison.
yetea -t a cg askedthat the dud Pont S r asstant to Fleven gurdas wre held .hos-
heduPont. industrial mpire ber ed netoy to d a e.n ai H. Bannan tges for ur day n t
has,. n I~. oatiahd ikncb (vlcfl. b n th ow- r/ot,.and two werecaptuted1

't'Se S i, I.itlIas todk note o the t ,it ,tbo n'-ha been a hot
*?0 en'o'V'rd. Pe he oroer sald convicts were spot. both for prison. adminis-
Se e nt an witt ter and pr loira e tis .

.4S ijg .f-o 15 .ehto :neariuwKaao eab
7pi 01. ,0. Mennen Willlhi I
ior itburwah,4Tve god -that shortLa. .: ot
e"n aev ed preon "~b fand over crow* e dm
e' L Istn ;andions brought on by refus-
counter bin wor." *o tb prtlaht h % 0 io mad that- o treak. L of .the legislature to ap.o-
kid p 'prli olargeat *" l ptl a suee t nd maia-
t = o nal Iitjan uses, oi f the first rioting
Th.. ,h athatde Ra t houses a iresad l,2060 o ato police squads were kept

U~p MubbCor Notchkls wsi t in 1950 to 61ll while WiW$ quls- convt4 back into cells during
ers area two l amssta threq d- to 4i about tie e-lie rtVo. the April outbreak.

wo ie foe e m'ea o itfo e %be- to rmak n p 'f i mLraandise arriving in
to ri m a e. ere.
berg of the court 18 per k Don't mis tis opportunity to take advantage of
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Al Geddes Returning To Isthmus Sh Airine

At Head Of U. S. Tourist Party Sn & A ine N
-o- (ongressmen Leaving on and Mrs. Olen A. Dletz. Mrs
Al; C.(rci. -- i,, n .ho due ft.m St Petersburg. Florida. on .Anro Friday Marv K. Farnam: and Mr. and
` the lost ui.-ia! ,...lull i ciCrL .J.] 2 for stops at Cristobal. Eleven United States Represen- Mrs. Stephen L. French.
for the cllr i II'L, if P. Pjna- K'niston. Barranqullla and San- t;tives. including one Senator- Mrs. Margaret Emma Gem-
n: t caon -- ',mi,'nB to tihe ,:: r Cuba. iEluct. are scheduled to leave the mill, Rep. and Mrs. Thomas S.
Z. Znnc JanuI S it Ile heaca O, a The former Isthmian construe- I thus Friday on the S.S. An- Gordon; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L
o 30 tr ..m 30 0 to 40')1 l0 man well known in con- ,on according to the advance Haskins; Mrs. Anna Himme; Ja-
Ft .11n- i ..etinCe circles, has persuaded passenger r list from the Panama cob Hornick and William P
: ,, ,'..r. ir. thi. rlw hopping line to hold the ship Line The visitors arrived on the Howe. -
fo i ,ha m.ii .*,il midnight on Jan. 8 so that :.-'me ship Monday. Rep. and Mrs Charles R Ho-
r P i,- :'he tourists 1'ill have ample time The Congressional visitors well; Mrs. Anna Jones: Miss Ju-
O r,, .. ., -a. r hand ..i. la lplaving Friday are: Representa- liet S. Knapp: Mr. Howard Larm-
in kc i ', til: iumin a- tive J. Olenn Beall. wh6 is the bert; MissMary E. Lambert: Mr FRECKLES
nari' 55 gll'.. -n sp.ik- P.ri oPi Travel Bureau are Senator-Elect from Maryland: and Mrs. Thomas J. MacDer- -
Inr lh tr *i.:-. hu t. ne pu sailk -i ..rhlin In, nl arrangements Reoresentatives E Ross Adair of mott: Mrs. Alemena A McCoy:
n -. h, a ._l- Indiana: Paul B. Dague of Penn-.Miss Faith Mattlson; Mr and Uow FOUL
s r *\lvania: Thomas S. Gordon of'Mrs George P. Miller and Rep 1 W JUNIO
I inols Frazler Reams of Ohio: 'ind Mrs. Albert P. Morano. TH GIRL
Tx m an s Transfer Ediard L. Sittler. Jr.. of Penn-1 Mr and Mrs. George D. Quinn: ; BEEN P
Top. Taxm an s ;,Ivania. William K. Van Pelt of lr and Mrs. Raymond R. Ralph:
i \'sconsin: Clement J. Zablockl Rep and Mrs. Frazler Reams:
d DP Wisconsin: Charles R. HowellJIrs Herman Schlerloh: Rep. and
Sro e s te na Or ) New Jersey: Charles A. Wol- ldrs Edward L Sittler, Jr. and
sei .aerton of New Jersey and Albert two children- Mr. and Mrs. Fred,
up" o P Morano of Connecticut I Southerland: Miss Roseanna
The complete advance passen- Srtutzman, and Mr. and Mrs.I
WASHINGTON. Nov I LUP- hhu took charge of the reven- ,,r list follows: ruce J. Troutman.
-Sen John J. Williams anitl- ue bureau during the height of Rep. and Mrs. William Van
ly charged today inat Ta.\ Lc.i- the scandal disclosures, will set p Ro and Mrs. E. Ross Adair Delt. Mrs Helen B Ward: Mr.
missioner John B D un lap i up headquarters in Dallas to- ,nd two children; Mr. and Mrs Francis P. Washabaugh: Joseph
S transfer 10 an Internal relen- niorrow as district tax commis- rthur G Baggott: Rep and Al Watoii; Rep. and Mrs. Chas.
ne lob protected by civil service isoner for Texas and Oklahoma.Mrs Glenn Beall Mr. andA Wolverton: Mr. and Mrs Wil-
wa utterly indefensible This is one of the new posts Mrs Harry S Byrne: Claude E. llam H Yost: and Mrs. Clement
The f:leware Republican cicated under the reorganli- Campbell: Miss Henrietta Cone; J Zablocl and Mr. and Mrs.
who touched off the investiga- tion plan proposed by PresidentiReD and Mrs. PaulB. Daue; Mr. eunard Zimmet.
tion of scandals in the revenue Truman and approved by Con- ALLEY
b u r e a u. complained that gress earlier this year. Y
he had no chance to protest The plan was designed to
before Dunlap's appoint e n l ent political appointments in'
was announced Monday the nation's tax-collection sys-
SI have always been a tem. WLLWeL
staunch promoter of the civil In his new ob. Dunlap will
service system, but I denounce receive $13.500 a year, compar-I I GAT D
any attempt to use it as a ha- ed to $15.000 he received as K- .
ven of refuge for repuaiated commissioner.
politicians." the senator said in Had he stayed on as top
a, statement man. however, he almost cer- 1EL LE A A A N
:.,e said "serious questions' tainly would have been replac- f L...A iQ U
ase raised by such post-elec- ed when the new Republican ad- _. .. .. _
fen" transfers nlnistration takes over.
.Dunlap. a career tax Olrl Assistant Secretary of Treas- raSI rM1,1I.I4tI SERVICE 1 TWEEN
ln l John S. Graham of Win- El RoPE AND NORTH ANI .... TH PACIFIC COASTe
ston-Salem, N. C. will become (A Limited Number of Pa"enger Berthul
actiiig tax commissioner tomor-
spends money row and serve until a succes-
sor is named next year. CO F.UROPL
Wa shlingg WlliamSapd he understood Ms Wamaton ................................... December
PU'Lasl F~rng, Williams said he understood s 1;.hin ib
On Lias rIFlng, Dunlaps appointment was "on.
ly one of many similar post- ro .. 4141,A. ECUADOIR. Pe RU a CIU.L:
l one many sm r post- SS Trun ................ ....................... December
Dies A Pauperelection transfers or promo- a
-. He said he thought the ap- o CENTiAL AMEBICA & 'EST COASTr U.S .A. BOOTS AND
ONTGOMERY. Aa. No 19 o hntment should have beP- M.S Wyoming ..................................... November 25
(UP -- Thomas Linton McCul- .withheld until Congress "had a PAS aS K.tR b& NNEI tWOIt 1. PLYMOUTH a & L. AVRE:
lou'h i iho decided at the aze of chance to examine certain re- SS. Lberte ........................................ December 9
80 tc spend his vast fortune l cords and reports" of the bu- .
"one last fling."' is dead 17 ye irs reau. P' .4- HU IYvICE. 1m CARTAGNA k LUROW:. 'io a"
ibter. ,sbs o De Grane ..................................... November 29A o
S M .Cullough w,.o built ,,o ,a.- rur bL ESic ha
folitune a a rottoii plai'n.,r (:ird Curb Backache 1 n.inni FRELNCH LINt. P. Box MsI rel. c-z46 & Mnb
S vPes1da1', .1t iV: agc of 97 1 i i ft i%.u sufor from Getling Li Panrmid: LINDO V MADURO. Bosi le1
rev r-nalthnuh 1 ili.-d Irir 1'r Nh's. Baciahe. Leg PainE. U-' Tel Puma 3.1 I -i31 ,3
1 l 1 1 il'l'n th'; o n S nO50 ini ;. '-. l ,,. -s '..'i! n "]lid help .our P ro ,rt I
Sold l equ n .,nd in.onediately i+ h O EN N 1 -- |
ong mistake i, that I nut- Ir eel r .. -u er s.. r
t' cll m monev.".he said v lien sleep without interrutptIo .O '
he nad cone througji his la :. IOGENA.. frormyourchernlsttod'a,' sL
funds "But it s an error I'm 2.0- -r
A Ing to make as lone a.s I call
;: ,Do you think I could enjoy mv TAGAROPULOS
i rroi v as much nu'w-at 7 .,nr I|NDI'STRIES, S. A. a -i
wit, tlh thriti-as .Ilid 1I
c o .'" liO' h .aked a 7li | J "'--
re 'l e -akd a[i Phones:
V r-n hi ,.a. 7.5 McCul!ri.-iWn APTAIN EAE
S reti r- Five 'ear- litr he rn- 1002 1003
rot'eor'd that he vas tired of o i .. A
dull life il\\h his ef-alth U!ou,pl No 4041 Fco Bovd Ave. i
him and %-as coming to spen I it nil Colon. R. P.
on 4 final fling.
t-ok bought at M airpln ande .' FRESH MILK COMPLETELY REDESIGNED
Anerica After his travels, he --' FRESH BUTTER
t'irncd here "expecting to live RICH ICE CREAM
two or three years longer." and
still spending freclv. Everything ON DISPLAY IN TWO WEEKS
F',t McCullou2h livfd on hlni- Inspected by the
after the monev '.,;' cone Tv'.) Health Department
wee"'- an he de,.elopecd a HOME DELIVERY.
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oaan r-S: trip c es 'More Results Or Less Aid
...... '.. GM R o bin o n 5thto r
g S At fa, raeMr. aand Mrs. E. Ro n. w ilot or.rona IrU ; authorities today reveal- -Two key Republican senators in degree match our own sacri- send the new Congress a
.w i 1 W Bt. t eei. an r Zents for a.eronautica the adventurous f 11 g h t of hinted broadly today that t)ey flces." including aobut '7.500.
SCa iet ;th E PWGA Elects Offieers c tree Germans from a Commun- may demand a slash in Droposed H c k e nloo per particularly foreign aid for the i
S Ob It fa At recently held launched i t slave labor camp who esca- foreign aid spending next ear singled out ance for not meet- begging July The
1C gt.h ier wI foied W od Aet IL h a o' tropAy forisoe a nwrbdd a ed to safety in striped convict unless Western Europe steps up ing its responsibilities" under shar- will be earmarked
arrt.P1118 111 11101.. ,meeti-ng of the- PaInaMa Worn ,A, tphyfo ,et-.. a now s uidtsa Eisnhoers
S. ol-f A"ocla t el -lw on ofq r fo m in flo suitsts own defensive drive, the Atlantic Pact. military assistance .
--d.bry. Lletnant Colonel and ricers Was hel eW offce et 5r hter 509 miles per .hour Authorities said the three es- But a Democrat, Sen. J. Wl- Elsenhower wSen.have Lieutenant Coldnel a ad fleer;was held. NOWOffic"'" lot fighter 509 miles per.hour eaped
.. E.:;.]Zoarth, and Mr. Ed- who will take Cre'n Jianu. a.ronnd a closed course in caped from the Communists' Ilam Fulbright (D-Ark.), said He said military spending es- portunity to revise this
1' n f as. ry 1958 a: Pa en- Jn e in Ma, 1951. State Security Ministry's slave any sharp cutback in foreign timates bv Britain, Belgium n subsequent messages to
t Huldquls; Via c e-Preaident- f"'i Lt Car J f'eieF labor camp in East Berlin's Ho- aid might "really undercut" the and Holland also indicate that gress, however, and the
bIpoaa 4r.._ -.Winson Mauriad u. Jerry Hughea; 1hd Seaekry cited r deCvelopln3 aSlot.tch henchoenhausen district. Each mutral defense program and th? military goals will not be makers themselves will ha e
&1110o MJerry Hughes; id beeCreiry cltediaor developing a pilot tech-
It n to ,am 5Gsot aia, mt AlbrAro siIpl Treasurer- ray Day. que for using lighter-than- ofthem was serving a 25-year destroy "morale" which h as met in 1954. on how large t
?a a vente "M lno nd r o isse dwdde prison term. been built up among U. S. allies As one o his last official acts. gna should be.
rm at t iaug htr o Mrs l xtba on bth e rdl.s and certain other new The city refugee officials iden- since the program was launch-
boastghtsecret gntu-iullberine ar- rtified the trio as former chief ed.
Sb in bf tw aRat Ro W n, sb e teciuser Krt trknd c The critical statements were
'ell to the A sa of nt Roy C. Wilkinson, sn fare techniques. centers Heins Vpn Seggern and made by Sen. Styles Bridges
det Io pan a Mld Mrs, of Mr. and Mrq. Archie Byrd of Mi Van Wner RN.H.willhea. he
0entina. to fllu N an m Chicago, Illinois, was solem- Is Hostess For eine Capt. Charles F. Blair Jr., adolf Uttner.t-.orow i th
JuloA.I asad nized at the Albrook Airforce gnf Pn American Worldird the three report- e ro
ri la rio Ort d -alainM Margueri an an from Buffalo N. Y.. made fd they were employed at the Committee in the new Congress.A
.Aedoaura cus VerChnel with Chaplain wa hostess on Suhday evening Chalons ll had 85 cells Including a spe- nations of the North Atlantic

satlsaeyeaterdsmade with fitted boia to e United States Embassy t cial cell forcold water treatment alliance, which was created toa
owtMser Y.oon boruff Bonick wasrthe on Rin. o de Janeiro; Miss E geni a Kled, 5 Missin o soners k block possible new Communist
ijaoussaBasonaf r h ianmtst prison within the heavily loor.?r (R-a.) a member of the--

Lqa Pe, renting. aen af re d soon forBona Gemany; and in Korean ain r. Thetex-prsoer renorted e strchout their rearmamnktt
Sthee bride t mwas escortedand over te guardedoound of the state Foreign Relations.Commi

e bas pr 1dlam Eator. erred to the United States.E-rrn der
O e ,.Wo Fo htcrteu given wn marriages ibyn Mr. C a- Club ats sFort Amador Anfae-Nrty trycentral Jai. Both were isturbed bfor

an !' ti l d etr l fence White. BIa the wore a wa wuffet e an drsTn duleeionage ar esd wld enethe Wetern A eobart
o n the e'sandi lawl ter MISS Oan been killed ad fie ae m g wth onage after visiting the to negotiate with the Sov14 membe
dedo t. uX ACoand M g ui length gown of'blue nylon net fltiwha Rarl tris nerred Seven Chapai ins c n West Berlin in Union on nearly equal terms,
aheA'o arMrsLwt tdr W. s- r t rt ren 194rtoa plh aImmigration to sUntder te ewime tabtleae

ronmeB4y oven ag. Mrs. BerTte ande, Mr. L aWde Zdulloas, Jr.P adbther omft condcHin igious aw h om s occuie d b rersht He tod ofreormenTaerr m.a
-U ale- made wt ne ad te Unid statess Embassy c c r cd wter treatment alliance which was created to
0MN.. pac. f.aor bouf ant s lrta. oio de Or o; Miss gena Killeo ners. block possible new Co nt
erla Bhenera oU es a Id Daso liaeett here, r l retr ont.a Teone thre raeoe the es ap- beplres sion, have ec ided t
an rs Li CL.NhIs Mr. attendant the bfrides-nd o hn or B er many; and In Koren Warhexprisoners reported the stretch o hei m rmament
r rl ti n nthe best man was Sergeae WIl- Mr. ogeBy, who is trans-e were convicted by a Soviet Mil- programs.
Slr liam Extor. erred to the United States aEm- tary Tribunal and the East Ger-esonal leer Aeora
.yd GFollowing the Wceremony M .e- nass in Ar alqeua, Nicaragua. oWAHINGTON. Nov. 19in (UP)ma Communists' special courteiht arro rai a
--eeeoyr---Pr. Joseph 'S. Slzoo reported on fraudulent espionage charges.
So n ttodae that seven chaplains have tr ai wash d nogiatera the ne
p shW. ',of the bre' Ms rgath Ber. B t been killed and five are mssin with espionait i ge aftersvisitinthee
O r-.- Among those attending .wtore. Mis Oraro NE U.l~ slsladinWeterlnrIn
..e.1, C l .-Miss Miilail. Rosario Ortizad presumed dead in the Ko-terms.
S ing c a po ral and, Misrs. Eugene Mi l- ed e. i a es the e new time table re
W t-he at~o~aboft -ler,TISgt. and Mrs. Lloyd Wims, de Z a-ihos t iter of the ran wto fimmigrationto
on L g ergeant and Mrs. F. Davis, ormer atstmu o Oretl Dr. Clzoo. a faculty ommberiThele e heioed bthate ers e d W retoter eeen eeas wit
oyergeant and Mrs. Lawrence, i t Gteorge Washington Univer-
trchce nThe the renorted Sthey esoap- be vdoenla one tor threo years t clenin crews paddle aun her, srubbn do
tdey vheon Goli Heights.e and Mrs. Ro eniesr, Mr d in farewell by Mr. and Mrs. Korea where he a r was tntetestudy of the entire American-
theahome, aOn GolfH a)'TAsheadbeen onI vacatr.ion ofo a team conducting religious
Adolf Arias, Jr., at their home e for rway across a railroad freight arms aid program. There may
r Mrs.- Aothur Paul, Mr. and Mrs. en venlda alaat lht. be considerable sentiment in the
-oVictr Carew, Missr.and Mrs.lL. M zMia etn MARRIAGE LICENSESOs e a t
r the Miss Lila Pierre, e i ro C ornio t tn e beorePresident-elect Dwight D.
Teowa toew~Itj of hon- Lewls, Miss Isabel HoyattissAo Mrs. Antong o iubleta return- aFlZone Dearten wilbol'ne c 0sad i
al s.en on Ruth Reoland, Mis ThAlmit: ed to the isthmus recently Arom Clayton. formerly of Klrkville, atednpithDr. Walter Eisenhower when he meets with
of a i thei.rloor taer pew, Miss Thelma Ford, M i s Sa. Los Angeles, California where vdl t te HotelersUite Sing nd
r uV = l i ad Cam bll.t rP. Bssyo T nay she hasbeen on vacatioay n for the Pan&igtneat 0. mA lcon ci lipot.i crt ntIn es om o l ars in g
. M'sr .iE Ha.. ll OandsMcAlixster, MiN FAnabek ateroatesbt several weeks with rela- Ft Kobbe, formerly of Green- Berlin Intluly. wa.t being held In legislative program for the new
Mrs. d v enig r quar- ton, Mber te owe, Mi li Po tives. villaawep.. to MARA Iskla Barrerk the Hohenfhoenhausen vall. Congress.
tdoratdcItae Egghtwy.a-hmes afAgatha Ben- Bridges. whose appropriations i
o. th MCRenissm extCne ol3 ss2At00SL0 les.sElliseIslandeIn New Ynrk Har-c"seevid"hate ma s he
tohe l p ofD ea. e rr. ther hm eI anFa ncs party will be held at Canal Zone Department will O.r2 endedd Dec. 31, 1890, as a in the
rs. s iar M.,tw.' V i n d Campbell, Mr. Byron Toyloy, Mr. Missnon;n Thursday. P r Iz e s inBon at 6:00 p.m. All council pot.

tmt, theeUnEt and the cleaning crews paddle around t..rAfter din- oe n L Meeting Friday gages.huull as water inethedrydock Is

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barga.... -in. (,'" ,6 -O-eage 2 bedrooms with rwo bathrooms, ieupho.l. Labor
CASH OR CREDIT ;- 'e har FOR SALE private porch, library, kitrj-en- "UHOeE answere
Houold Ech 41 uton e prry. maid's room with both "tRES" a put by
Ro. J. Fco. de l. Oso Tel- "-'FOR SALE-1949 Cheroler ,'.:.r .ellan ._ room and garage, in very desirable I Auto Row Chair
4911q o er.tble De Luxe wCth rad.o. C-e er ... ..- local.ty, for inquiries call telephone I Tel. 41eA1 o whe
S-' AL pc mahga I, eek top. Excellent cor.d.. rO SALE -10.000 records going atI 2-0481 during office hours or 3- an kl
FOR SALE --h pc marhoarn a Con be financed ,1 ,00 a dozen! Grand clearance 3~.-3. 5exempti
$175 00 tIahogan d.r.ingo Ar..:n Phone 2-2341. c ne. and used rcoids at both --- Budet'1
Let. 5S7,,. '..ia Belar.o Fc.rra', --- PANAMUSICA stores No. 12"7 OR RENT Iransportes Btter,. A. gught
No 241 ) "ro-.. of El Recreo bee. FOR SALE -1950 Buick Super I-,. e,., ra e. and No 4 Moan" eern mEn i. reIprese
garden. after ,p n, Iera Hard-lop Convertible. C I, eten TrAed The Cleaner an d Ap Shipping, moving. storage. could re
Ir 00i miles.excellnt..or-d-1,.paertmenI Shipping, moving, storage. could re
FOR SALE Coldpo't refrgerotgr i c,IonCcde, trode. Phone 8584, rop.col Theatre APARI We pack and crate or move increama
60 I pc .room .el I0 CoFORdSALEad-.ewhocor8r8gatedLHAMBR APARTMENTKapla
g60 ccle R.cA, a'd. strO S FR SALE--New corrugated root-I wo and five room furnished and anything. 'Phone 2-2451. lady a
bab. crib. ploa., n Phone 916 FOR SALE -1952 Jaguar Mi.. .11t r. "6 g easy gae ho unfurnished apartments; private on- 2.2562. PanamL felt son
Co,- ,Sedon Under 3000 miles. prte:r i "'._ ____ closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street, justitled
-O--- E -C---r. n s .- -- WVil, .'l: accept trade. Phone SALE Kernmore De Luxe New Cristobal. Telephone Colon Ce ge
FOR SALE --C' brantr., gas CT,... 6207. Cleaner. Tank Ilpe. with tull ej 1986. Muhr
60 c .-le retrgerjrc.r Pertcct 6207........... ..... .. ., T n p wt tul 1386.M unr
6cl ,.'lf rc.-tng^. c to, a rn. ce11 k I. c..- | f( atonohments. Goodrich plait -DIn lxcrease
dti0or dc-i o *r-nll ktrcE. FOR SALE Buick 46 Sedanet bond a n3.. Goodri l ay FOR LRENT IOfA TU possibly'.
also bedr-om fr-.,ure Coll 3.- ellent condition. Radio -OL f e R i. ENT HIROPRACTORS i roul
32 12. 1,'0.1. 7 ECQ-C Barneb- St. Tel. N-o Clbrk2On- A. Bue a. ONILLAC c
...--2984 I FOR SALE -Camera Rolleitlex ,,th Room.Pa 1rUate. *w increuhu
|--'-K SA LF SI o ALE-B rgain, 19.-- ; ,mour lens lotet mode. Ver FOR RENT- One furnished room s 12n 3 6dm Lnovel
U-l L door .edan. Almost re, ,. nC* piced. Col -93, morn with balcony one or two gentle- 55 Perl Avenue Tel. -ino qucStlOo
Pal dstalP .res Pertect cond.rin Ea pa,- hou rs rrman. prisole entrance Ahleen. (1 block froem Lum Theatri may be
--FOR ,ALE:.--. ,---- nd est eni. Parque Lefevre. Telephone FOR SALE -Set of Orchesna Drums Jose Gabriel Duque Avenue No. 2 Should
rant.n "J" street number 16 t 3-46&- base and snare with iops $75100. P-,tio Aul FR OU mn the wa
Phone Navy 36-8592. House 84- ol lnu tee I
very price. FOR SALE -Bargain, 1950 Prefect oca.6 Houe 84- Position Offered FOSR OUR REQUIREMENTal thae
LESS N 5 N 5,honJE.xWANTED-Gi- W WANTED -Experienced manicurt NATIVE LUMBER
neat appearance. Apply Diablo NATIVE LUMBER
S 08-A Colon Beauty Shop Telephone 2-1322. CALL tat

The ascute t:T dFOR SALE- 1930Pontiac,4 door. iacelli OWS FOR SALE the WA x
>learn for pleasure the tu'aamen- from 5 00 to 5 00 M ss Central American couple desires modern one QflfkuK'f '
tdif of, classical Diano playing 196 Or two bedroom apartment in re- MOtrOycle. [m 4
: htorugh- new :implifed approach -_- sdential aea. Call 2-461 I on- t.
Especially slanied for hi require. AUTOS EISENMAN do, thru Friday 9-12 and 2- FOR SALE:-B.S A. &125 -c.C motor- e- "
ments Bennelr's P.ano Stud.o. No For better buy in used cars visit our Saturday 9-12. B0, 1460 Panama I cycle 1952 model. Call 86-2169 A, On ii A der
9. Juan B Scisa Tel. 2- :. !new lot beside the Coca Cola Botti- p I7 a m. 3.30 p. m. Price $200 'l .-Cap
----- 9ng Co Tel 2-4966 _____ ate
The Catholic College of Card!- -I ANTED -Apartment in Panama. H Wanted 01 1 ,
posed of 70 members. about Dec I. Call Panama 3-4158 WANTED6-Maitd to work morIIIA to bed
black t-lh ,hiti w*.o,;ikng on' | Riper Apasn 46A Sr and Jusi TIng
In 1904 the United State. s throat disappeared Tueda' around ,LlA eremn pts. Ph nes 3 2 CSN.1i N-
I~ -

spent less than $80,000.000 for 9th STreet. Sar Francisco. Call D CAAIoSeiena. Phone 3-0732. CvCAGO, No.q19 UP-m- it ta
road improvement. 3957. Parnama lw w t s US MIala E. eteversqz), unsucces- sit take
road I-pro nIt 9 Pa ul Democratic preside ntial interest
-0- To Find Peaceful First Aid Class candidate.- said today he in- housing
P N *: D tends to "Start making a liv- ouldn
,Papal Nuncio ilesses New sI ngFo A T o ras attorney when h12 amount
1l.Uses For A-Energy o raduate inos governor end cured,
SteCh peo &% he also w O I termin
Chapel O f Camaron Village eNaWdYORK, Nov. 19 tUP'- hGlduation exercises wilbe therecex
ar 119 for 64 Armyr andNa e- w d ea timeto s c


The Most Rev. PauL Bernier
Papal Nuncio to th:,' RepLblic or
Panama and Costa Rica. 1lesr.d
the newly complete Chapel li,
the Village ior CaIlAlur tIi I,,ii-
in tena one half -c.ri ,; dr\,' J
- off-duty labot in it, i f ; n- 1 r11 t'ior'.
by soldiers oi thlr Fort KOtL. ,
tholUc Clih j.
The C'uo iS i.iip(-ic; .It 73
f4 Puerto Rica n :it ofl the Llc Iln-
- fantrv RegimnP-.! oail 3I0i.
. ArtillerT Batta l ii n .ii:, oi
- whom are re entlv iet"rn d Ku-
reian ve'e'imt.

j.T. In a trac.ison..,l Catnoli. Cei"-
Jmoa thaL niRr-ked a higan point
, in the hist-,-r, of l\- tin, v Pacific
* coastal vill't2- TI, 31eL'!ib irop
blessed the n..'ii ;5'.bv'-3-i-ioOt
S edifice sp:iml:,cl ,t ,.- ifl ete
wall with iho:l. at:%i, mad
chanted thf,. I.tnn -1f All Sa,:iTs
i t at $1 1 alt3r He *.... -- 1-P i li
C hk -lain C 'ii,.i Ji ,'," A
- ZwKaek. F4r KobL',:- Cat ,,lir:I
. Ch i.lar. T.,:! 'i r" 0z1O '.he
l -' .'C" ilt Hoib Cl'l1., 7na pIJII, l.
Lie- Llitent:I.i'.', Ph-lo HamiltLIn lJ-
rooi AdI, FC, l, Si-' lii ,.,j i
t.' and ai-ihe,':;. t.b'. rt BBr-..nndch .':
;-and R :ifnon l.& ii:i'' St
S MIrT'S' Prmn-ii (.';thrli ChiJLh.,
A:.: alooa

r 'ruthe Al. lib]lo.lj lit-I dl-lo.uret
..'. i brief[ *-rnioii to the crowd oi
- c!re to 300 rw"-,"8ols s; hlich Cois-
; tituted mh c.i lo 'rtioo'i of C-n,-
.-. aroW's O.)ptiic,?
Tie 'onqjitbl- il hi- inIt-I, of
t" Fort Kobrie CA.tiol(e Club
whu contrilotet their tiie labor
and monr- in !.; erection: and
who .lavo be .r t'p.'ninm clil".atle-
ch'sa to ariii l. ,iid .l hil 'ren. and
N c(nisdi:t- iitn itimple Catholi,: sei -
i-ps 'permitt'a the !ay:ainrn. for
S al'iust the entire ilia "- ,sinrie
tl:iv qtailtei, thei: proiPrt in
He bie;sed %%ith the papal
bl=saine all tho.4e assembled In
front if ihe chapel which is
perched on top of a road near
the highest point In the village.
SCamaron L accessible only by sea
and through Fort Kobbe.
S Following that. the statue ofi
the Blessed Virgin to whom the
.% chapel is dedicated, was carried
through the village as the crowd-
-. toilowed in procession
SWjen the Kobbe Catholic Club
Sler ty Its president. Private First'
Cleat Luas A. Nieves. Chaplain'
bWik's energetic assistant who,I
tkitell, studied for the priest-I
V. ent pt, Qmaros al x

t n at although it ls "%reassuring- lirk for 6iArmy and Navy per- would speak from time to time know the United State is Ion.el and civilian dependents op important potlctiPal iawl
T.unths ago relluiJlls il, there L.oklki on Improved atom and who have completed either the He said he Was not '"ce bad-
S3: close to a ta istill h.di ugen bombs. we should put IAmerican.Red Cross First Aid ering" any public service ap-
Ar almost-an:nd 1-loul Io elrort into developing Course or the Instructor's Couram pdintments such. as a post in tnoon otrn ri pr 1.-oit sit paCt-ailll uses of atomic energy. m First Aid. the United ltations administra-
W 'ih I tleir oil' i rii. ihi si- I t-I legrri from his South iItJon division ;o" in the U. S.
ilter, hliru 1111 .,,rm', ;,oi-Uit 1, _,1na tate. Lhe elder states-! Ar. address will be delivered to State Delartinet.,
.I D!.ie,., '.t '.-il it ,ii.i Srit- ll d it- a o u a s largely respon- the graduating classes by Lt. Col. -
> ,,,i ri,... ., Iou Sbied s. oth 'is cou trv's plan in John P. Mial. Director, Disaster "I wouldn't say I wouldn't
Iad", mirJd I -"I wouldn't say I wouldn't
?W ola bisu.ll.--.,'., fl ,.i,,teihei tiL 'illtr'd NaJIJuOis tOL control controll Center, Fort Amador accept, but I'm not considering
l -o lncn !Ii iI vr. t ,tll bib as a weapon Colonel Henry l F. Taylor. Cor- it" he said when he arrived
Sfficer. Fort Gu reby commercial airliner
SI!n blu.iln.uhe. cumsi,, .,t research should be concentrated \'Illl present the diplomas. '1frolCtm a Vaha e1 Arizona.
n.ll bu .ti ,,u't, hp il ;h o the peacefuJl atomic appllca- Lt William 0. Dolan conduct- Stevenada looked tanned and
;id .t n;' tl ? .(;lciirzni Iti- E classes for the 3D0 military and fit as he IWO.ltavlewed brief-
wIves ,; Ii p t ICom net tine on the Atomic ivIllian personnel taking tNhe n- bi at the air te*nal here
ih-. oir-'le Pll | 51T. ,ir 1., Entdeg.v, Commissions announce- structor's course. shortly beltoe he boarded a
.tem, dI ot tell-'wbentic ncer ,inn further tests 1taote, n ote

r ii r Bt thnk t hould speed 24 werle tauh by Ms-giet.g Arthur y ntob l..rnaia tr Ba
r ': ,' :.r t p' po.- he s A Truilo. er e

-J1"'l, 'I 1 .0r,-. l', l. iM,,- o1 tne best practical, au ary I *-k'^tuo rn to his
V.1 ,-" 'll, 1;f,.i .I ,-II t| l k Charles Thomas s Lt Col. Myron D. Smith, Coom- senu1'df. r. r^ he mus t be-
pt .,' e..e tat atomic energy tor mnder. ulc D r C ol l
P'':.--. :, I li,,' ,irc,in- ,, trii uses g s near at hand.lone, will preside at graduation t.
-, e .. 't' '' '.- lone or far awsay places;exercies and ePost Chplain of t.Ste "dhheoS "would ak
ti,,l ,i.-,i.',, ,v fl- but or use anvwhere-to ex-,lCaptain, James .. Hemann will V0or^^y won Nov.
i,,,,', .,,,t- .. ,,ii ni" l, at Iter or drinking and d,-llver the Invocation and Ben- r r" elaect Dwight
S -, 'i ." n lalO m the sea. aj well Slc:Ion. Members of the 0th Ar-
.,, 1 n- h e .at amount ot minerals, Band will furnish muv un- p
thal nave been washed into the dr the direction of Warrant Of- "i W to sugges e
". .. ,' .". r- seawhover at lesoatimedrlve and tCJunior Orade Emlio Rodril: awdzweane," he
1F .l r.l ,,, Firs t courage we ws il soon accomplnshl --. ---lpr --se- a a whether heans
u-.. N:r- pi ,, fi, r--lAs.nar the United States had i The average Amertcan ste 4 hei hrh.s
S.- _I. Pb rt ,, rlas' uSLrrvent" or'-ita uaelltC pheeacafu'lpoundbu- t of meat during 1951.. ntws to
r.."l" lactivity that wall lift the bur- an- a t Ben- 4 elect Dwigh
.r. (" 1,.' p ,rh C'as- dens from mankind's bacik and Butterfly fishes often -sif n tie saeue'
i,-. '- ,!,.,-.P". 't. Flrstibrxna plenty and peace." -pairs ,- wet b gabeu same quest.
li' Piibri ',. \rrdi i -,i .1 *.- the sl r a e ui. WtI on: "exam -
.3'- i n,, ,,,r -.r., ,,ii ,r,r u i ate th a t 5 w q ea d ."
,* r n t p G n n ; .- | f 1 pr *iI i P r l F i T [t W '. *. t a ____
rCl,. Tr,,.- V 'r.... ,,'r r,. SO4th ts -"' -
Fs:Ia oio mllJur'. *T ,, l;,G],r re- 1 P m ? -'* 'S S o

Lr tWi'io iTt lothee f'F h I .i .rtrv R e- t | ^ a "

qarklev To Make
Soast-T, Coast rl-
I V ofma duin10 .--, t

Lecture lour
NEW YORK N, in .I]Tp_
Vice President AibPtn W Bark-
ley will make a roa;t-To-roast
lecture tour on national affairs.
beginning shortlI' qft r thf first
of the vear the Calunmbia Lee-
ture Burean arnol i -d 'odlayi
The lecture .series \ill cots-
tinue through Ma\, with Bark-.
ley returning at intervals to'
Whing3toi or to hi: home in

is cone
get to
At tl
had be?
90 cen
would i
the Pa
wats rij
the qi
into, ax
meet a
fore wv
felt a A
was :pv
that ai

;LU's representative told'
iel they did have a wage
onsisting of a labor and
Cement man, pas well as a
:e panel set up.
g yesterday afternoon's
both Rufus Lovelady.
L vice president of the
who is representing the
Zone committee formed
tigate the rent increases,
ward Munro, the Central
Union's representative
e1 additional questions
the panel.
man Kaplan asked Mun-
n he had first received
ing of the fact that the
on to the Bureau of the
I Circular. A-45 was
and granted, the CLU's
Itative said as far as he
'call, It was after the rent-
; was announced.
n then asked both Love-1
id Munro whether they
ie increase Ih rents was
I in view of the fact that
eneral]y are going up.
0 said that based on all
ed commodities, it might
mean an increase, but
don't understand why the
formula doesn't bring an
i In tolls.-'
idy's reply to the same
was that anj increase
justified, but he felt It
be pid by -the users of
ady yesterday- also Mid
unless remedial action
bakep to xleve empojl
exce-ivq burden ot -CO9
proposed,- we shal js
bt Cc s to eaculeg1-4

the Mu4ansti e," Mi t-t-
e feel t wou be1 '
or the PrIm Cada'
Y ta defer lilth wfwT /I
0 a re4Ati VW rtW
r 1, 1955. w
ent time Tor v iner
i"tenuined byta .CO-
in the Ught of all their
Kapln'A reftpuet "M. a
cal carlbslty" what would
to raise the tolb to cover
t and depreciation, in
Noble answered he
't knoi tntil the true
1 of depreciation was sa-
and until they could de-
e what margin, i an.
exists in the presents.
aid the ComltnY'D boasd
ern.d over, their lack of
nation but they hope o
a point where they Iee
r tolls are adequate or
is point MBurou added it
en said that a ..rts O
ts ot o. one .ar a
cover all holta o -coiti.
r's reprfdwftaB', 0Wi1n
s, asked Munro if he felt
nama Canal Comaupa
Iht in asking for an e-
n to A-46 without cat-
his group. To wheS
replied "I do not beallte
iould have asked for vA
ion without consulai1
es so that both sides
zestion 6 be !
,4 a at

hate t

Rent Figues nly

time made puble ta.
ad new rests on t-wci. l^d
bwoTBXrueted when hU Nat tse s m
]seluMaed. r .- ,-..;i, *i -.-
U. S. L.A2 -
COMMON 10,f orei -

tinted frew.P, 1)
ployr ae oganized In
xdj r 1oftarded a-
hat -about 3100. INoble
chairman .-hat if It If
.y the glW-llflV*OJ-
etor -WoulS w submit
Lgures on organized la-
hing to the _oft
se.e" .ebsomer be-
splan was t bfy Lve-
ihey tarted n July 7,
he asked what the sub-
these hearing were, the
in was told by Munro
ey started as a result Of
s made to the Depart-
Sth'e Army that year on
conditions here. An AFL
itative came down about
and the conferences re-
pointed out that al-
the primary purpose of was for employes
-s their side of the quea-
it no time werm employes
d on any action the Ca-
ipany was abou$ to take
t-actually happened. We
ways told, it will go into
s of tomorrow, or as of'

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i .".' .U- Rab a a h-" -,

ut..W. h. Oraia The tOb- 1o ota ry P e N
a pm b O c w h" 3thlk weekly
Wy .iueW meeting Thursday at,
"0" "W^i ^ "' 0. "" "--"

vviting RotJrtans are cordially Today, Wednesday, Rev. 1I

aBrwi. 4.rMOt-i Uatomaast mud
c the a pe. Io Mrs.iy Ia n Baeving 3 15-The Little Show

we 0.
fl. tean, and dfte. Sa 4:00-Msi WtJoutersey. r

and or y at the Coco Solo Naval 8tae- 5:B-Wat- 's Yout iar vor t
U.S, w. Hall, land Is returning to a (Contd
' ,irM,,J. W: a.s.. .qo.cne, ., o, Pr ftnS

e a Batytive dutyd. They will return to ;e-ekly w
NoAt n. their home in Sirhmngham, Ala. 6:3-What' Your Favorite
.epY.Wl .s(contd.)
Sce qj or the te- It Plan Annual Charity Ball ;00-FADS ND aPAHAION8
W -0ll0 St The annual Charity of the rIa oal,'- Ulgei. 8hol
P. 'will be g iven to nth 6
Dr. eti, s Stangrs Cab the nihter, o an :00---Muc Wethrt W rd
rdr. and; Anita, ar h leaving next 4;l5--SepiaFradt .

ti o New AitNovember New 26. Lieutent 4:0-: LU Of .PORT
Wofddi _a: completed a tour of 5 N V

a ly are t at lonen. E ars rave Dance : to 4- (ontd (DF
a The Explorer Posyt r of (rs- 8:;3-Na w on
tobal entertained the members 8:45-U.P. Collotary
low 0.aleto teea-x plorer an 9:00-The sau acusas at Hal-
friends, with their dates at a lington MW)
e prie. dance at the Ilko iClbng atur. :3- -Wats our
k b thee Hur- day evening. 0 T eUILDOs
Sof q-,qow, at the Chaperones for the evening l--leP' RUed ONIV
S t, Iben ,n were: Mr. and rs. e R. E Cox e: -Lowel rsVOA)t
Si i A.ilm.e" trand Mr Cld Mrse nohn Voucherf i~O -Oer t Ol a
daae.Dat uIt lon duht~b-8 Off
Theatb. Mhto are 4M sa1e 0at Mr. and Mrs. Bother
.the tkatrifora, aeoEllxrplArriving For Visit.
h / h Pi invited Mrand Mertai. P. Butcher, .omrrow, ThursdayS ,Nov. 20
to preit Balt, iedul nCoJr.. forme rly of Gatun, arrived
R- -a' l : wtho pee win puton yesterday by plane lmb atur- .,,..
a admi o on that city et m. T one ill b the house guest on -. TheAlarm
week. oftrewere Mr. and MButcher's parents, Mr. Co Clock ub
BA tlde and Mr. dEmeron W. Cottren Voucr -MrTnlg, SErone
jerpet and KM Cagae of Gatun. 8 :15-Mo-rning Varieties
Rstur% fkow VstteI h--Music Makers
dSe a t. d t e array C. oEvenl Cir IM.-rry eari resents
Co Theater t ort G alck ai With Mrs. MauthedL 9:0INew--
dt r, n, re ed from The regua monthly meeting 9: Sacred eart Program.
to prne t dthe vso i n te Stats. of the Even Circle of the 9:tu. asee
R oian d a roupewr put on lCryestoerdal Un Cbuplaneh wlom W-News
da pkrf t In theat ithuy ne Mld. They wlat 7:3be the hoe 1:0-.n the Record
lt-inJy- t- the hfte of 30'.- CUI UW, M :00-News
S mhmuse 4 112 SI. New Cristo. 1:05-Off the Record (Contd)
week. visit All mers. Buthers are invited to CMet the Band
e. M. --and Mrs.leattnd. N Newsn W t
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ral W. ADIolaeTby-oO-Meets Tonighti 12 0- P opqlar Musc
t:fWit!W The #athaniel 1. Owen, unit *80Pp-Nq
3,:Aetm eriean sleoonn A--- 10-Musc Makers
Ser tnd M' ~ l wiy meet th evening a t 1 8:5-erya arades
7:30 pi.n at the AenxICn LCrcle of the w .-A Se tPaul
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,athre mont% visit w rt' a g memrserve ad invited go l:-Meet the Band

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Mr, D reAugu sta -Mr. and Mrs. ty
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Fo r. g. Owen AIlary ho t for -4: un rn M ario
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S. 3, Shercan N.-C. O. WIves Steear) i
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L Mrs. C afford Anderson, the 5:30-a
XQ< other tnembers tI ndlng, were: 5:35--Whats Your Favorite
,AleI Mrs. Andrew Luge, Mrs. David tent -
SAST (D) Pollock, Mrs. y Fielder, Mrs. 6:00-PADS AND FARHIONS
41904 KQ:gI Robert Blaker, Mrs. Charles 6:3S0-RlCky's Record Shop
4.. J9 Sbhlni. Mrs. Jaihl. Thompson, 8:45-Lowell Thonlas
-J *4 Mrs. Ray Smith, r. Warren 7;00-The Master o f allantras
St .. lQr Waite and Mrs Cyr lAhiner. (BC)'
SAI02 C 8:00-Short Story Theatr
Ne vuL pjsra rC. h8:30-Gay Nineties
..... w 8:45.-U.P. Commentary
Pi.. 9:00-Pual Temple (MCO)
VIP; 9:30-Donald Voerhee (VOA)
9-x 1 1*1 L0:00-g*Zoc MUain
Flu": 4 The Thespl'and the Dra- 10:1--uIcal Interlude
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HOLLYWOOD (UP) -If there
was any doubt In your mind,
Linda Christian says keep n g
warm Is not the only reason
girls wear sweaters.
The other reason is to keep
men looking.
If you have any doubts, just
watch the male contingent's
heads when a sultry sweater
siren promenades down the av-
enue any avenue," Miss Ch;Us-:
tian said.
"They look like spectators at
a tennis match.'A girl with the
right carriage and the right
sweater can attract more at-
tetoa n than a two-headed oc-
PRESIDENT BRYAN VAUGHN of the Cnal Zone Art League hole in a downtown street."
I haids a check to Jeune Wussow for her prize-winningoil. Along Miss Christian, currently star-
with other winning pictures and art object from the recent ring in Sam Katzman's 'Slaves
L succeesful show at Tivoli Guesb House, Mrs. Wussow's painting of Babylon" at Columbia, rrght
is now on display at the JWB-.. a- .lboa. Prize-winners willbe rated something of an ex-
hanR here uu b ov. 28. pert on why a sweater stretch-
es a man's neck, for she has just
a* e been named Hollywood Sweat-
er Queen of 1952 by the Knit,-
i h o de. ted Outerwear Foundation.
Prize Wihnnig aintlngs "If you want to be sure of a
San's attention" she said "get
a sweater. Of course, the mot -
n Display At JO voting psyhology n .ll o
notice what they're wearing
0oat any cost.
'"Women will buy expensive,
The Canal Zone Art Leagus in n- harmonious plans in soft co-low-cut gowns, l thep sheerest
co peratlon with the U n leu ors. hose and luxurious minks and
I Armed Forces Service Cerer d 4 Jeune Wussow also has a va- sables. They'll sweat and slave
showing the prime winning pant, rety of styles. A native acene of atid save to buy things they
ing recently exhibited at the Panama adds a primitive quality feel will attract the male spe-
American Art Week Exhlb~tton at to the style of painting as well as Ices. They'll haunt the beauty
the Hotel Tio. The exhibition the subject. The varioustextures salons change their hairstyle
lI', already been hung and will Iapplied to the various surfaces at the drop of a man's hint,
continue until Friday. Nov. 28. further the quality of the Daint- spray themselves with emotion-
This exhibition includes paint- ing. quickening perfumes and all
wings by A. B. Converse, Jeu V.n Mrs. Beaudry's painting of Di- for what?
Wussow, Jeanne Stauffer Bealp-|ana Chari de Gruber as well "Tor lure a man's attention
dry. Mary Pattoo Kennedy. Julle Diana's crafts are well known to and to awaken his romantic it-
Mlone, Malcolm Del Valle, Nic-hthe public qndalways add Inter- pulses."
ki Frake Browne, R. K. Morris t. Togain that end. she says,
and lana Chlail deruber. Of there's nothing as a simple r n-
t-se. only Mrs. WussowMand The work of rs. Ncki Frakes expensive as a sweater. n-
ewmere to the Isthmus and his time as she has a great va- Jackpots Come In Handy
th m-' lv u, rsonnel an their ufij-n to1,,, oa
the Caal.m e Art League. Both rie of styles and abilities BRANDON, Miss. (UP I The
have e baitedd n th Uni ted Malcolm Del Valle. of Colon Rankin Countv home demonstra-
States andt A0 lt reclved wardsSand Paris. has become widely i on council converted the old
for their work In various cops. own-. .Mary Patton Kennedy. abandoned county jail here into
tit-e exhibitions Scout Director and Jule Malone. a clubhouse. The women renova-
A B. Covers, who Is anold have called at ten tiont the field ted the structure with money re-
favorite locally kep ,,his past of watercolor with Its freedom covered from confiscated slot
art career for the a nas of hit- and possibilities. R. K. Morris, machines the county had stored
r but keeps abreast with the the potter is creating new there.
tO,,es by ,,,angtin, his style, thus shapes and new Items for the de- t

mru Adissocial on I 1 1U ion. .. ,da "drD E
troduch ne interests i rors

e te- allery. La Because of a th e gal- On Traad variety of
ln as oporo 9 a.m. tecu o art exhte n such a small ind "Aes y Of i ool
te w.ll p e sLA- dace and will be the sal pubject of
anama and the Canal Zone.d tTODA e LAST DAD! -
i .llltar persoel nn hera

nouned t"ilht-itWreTOMnvited toORROW
sent coast-to-coast telecasts of At The Air-Conditioned AnothBJWAt

S ,willbeallery. La sequeltca Road. o'thee gl- his- OF TransthmEan Koad. -

forn-making telecast of an ab-u
dominal ration presented by 20th-Fo's Newest, Greatest .
the AMa st June. Triumph-From The Baloved
the latest medical advances nexti

Thie two tle "M arch of Medicine"d.e
Thle two "March. of.Medine" : Chandler I2 A

programs will originate in Den-
ver, Colo., where the AMA will
be holding Its annual clinical
. Medical authorities will com-
Ment on scientific progress dur-
ing th ipast year and the pro-
ram w shift to medical cef-
ser In various parts of the
country for first-hand demon-
strations of outstanding ad-
vance& ,
The half-hour Dec. 2 Drogramn
ta~rting at 9:30 p. m. EST will
be devoted to children's die-
males, the AMA maid. and the
Dee, 4- program, running from
10' to 1 V:W p. m. EST. will deal
with advances in care 'of the
O.progrms will be carried
Oer the National Broadcasting
Pai television network.

han Ever
Sbde Tinaxes

6"T WU i. Nov. 19 (UP)-
d tarv of the Treasury
r Foley said today
teer have tried to evade
ir astence than ever
urg World War II, he
'M "rapid rise" in per-
.lilnme fostered tax eva-
I all segments of the

s at ceremonies
abliashment of a
C district for Mis-
a and Knsas.
to fight the eva-
lth "greater en-
gence" and "the
available man-

at under the dl-
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te toa ee
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ICoach Sees 'Dog Fight'

i For Annual Grid Classic

Nat Holman


By OS(AR FRALEY -''-- -
United Press Sports Writer By CCNY

NEW YORK. Nov. 19 Eddie has won five against two loss-,
Erdelatz describes himself as es and a tie compared with
"the oratical equivalent of a Army's four wins against three -
blocked punt" but the bland losses and one deadlock. As a NEW YORK. Nov. 19 (UP) -
Navy football coach took the common denominator, Penn lost The point shaving" scandal has
conversational kickoff all the to Army by one slim point. 14- caught up with "Mr. Basketball."
way to a touchdown when he. 13. and held Navy to a 7-7 tie. Na Holman. a coach at City
said this year's Army game 'will "What it will come down to Nat Hollege of New York for 32 years a coach at City
be a real dog fight." is which team wants to win it andCollege of New York faulty members
That's what it figure- to be I the worst," ddie says. have suspended by Pres
as usual, when the Cadets and, In that department, he isn't dent Buell Gallagher. The two
the Middles go at it in Phila- worried, others are Assistant Coach Bob-
delphia's Municipal Stadium Not "This Is the best group and by Sand and Professor Frank
29 before a sellout crowd of 102.-j the finest defensive outfit I've Llyod chairman of the faculty
000 headed by President Truman had at Navy in my three years, committee on athletics.
"Scores and past performances he explained. "My boys are an-
mean nothing in this gamp." Fr- xious to play. have plenty of de- The suspension follows a re-
delatz said, and he wasn't kid- sire a lot of fun on the field and port made last night from the
ding. ,. 1et along well." special committee of the Board
dor Eddie's mauling Miidle.d But they are doing their fair of Higher Education The board
upset the dope bucket two years share of worrying at Annapolis. charges the three with "Improp-
ago by flattening the Cadet'. 14-1 We play our games from week er administration of the athletic
2, snapping a 28-game Army to week. never looking ahead of program." It says Holman. Sand
'winning streak. They made il next Saturday's opponent." Erde- andpLloyd withheld informationS
two in a row for Erdelatz uitl laTz explained. "Saturday night I concerning the scandal last year
a 42-7 win l-st year. met my Army scout a- I was en- which involved seven C. C. N. Y.
It usually turns out in this' tering a restaurantt to have my players The committee also says
game that the underdog. fired dinner I asked him how Army at least ont of the three sus-
by his position and the mean- looked. pended faculty members knew of
ing of the service classic to these "' Let's talk later.' the scout C.C N.Y. basketball players who
kids, comes out at the final gun, suggested. 'You might as well performed professional during
as the winner. This time. Eddie: enjoy your dinner.'" the Summer.
relates, neither team should be' But Erdelatz insists his "kids"
the favorite. i aren't worried. As proof he The board report says 14 mem-
The records bear him out al- points to Tony Correnti. a 167- bers of C. C. N. Y athletic teams
though you can find a slight' oound linebacker who calls de- were admitted with high school
edge for Navy In the fact that It fensive signals. records which were "fraudulent-
------, "We were getting ready for lIv changed"
one game and trying our 'X' and
Balboa Pool To Be andregular' defenses." Erde- Dr. Galla.her sas Holma
.latz related "I heard Tony. cal- Sand and Lloyd all face depart-
Closed Friday ling for the'X' say 'Come on. fel- mental trial an could be dis-
lows, give it 'X-day.' Using the missed from the faculty if con-
The Balboaswimmin pool ll 'Ydefensehe said 'Okay, gang presidents office also an-
cleing it was announced to. Thenin calling for the "re- nc the in of Judith
day by the Physical Education eular" defense, Corrent called Feinstei. a 2-year-old clrk.
& Recreation Branch. "Okay, men, the allbran." She is accused to failing to a-
The work will be done bv the' Where does that come in?" adequately supervise make-up
maintenance Division force% asked Erdelatz. examinations given to basketball
and it was expected that it will "'That," Correnti snapped. "is players and other students."
-be completed in time to have the; for regular." -_ __
pool reopened on the regular, Eddie hopes they can keep him N w
schedule the following day. 'smiling through Nov. 29. rickety Iews






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ybody eas Classif

councus s a o ^. ains. au p w-
al directors are planning for a
big cricket season on the Canal
The Pacific Cricket Board and
team representatives met at La
Boca this week with Physical Di-
rector Parchment and came up
with the n(cael idea of a two-
day match on February 22 and
23 between Atlantic and Pacific
all stars.
Whippers. La Bgca, Sparton,
Clovelly, Ancon, and Red Tank
are the teams prepping for the
competition In the Pacific Cric-
ket League.
Thursday. night, at the Rain-
bow City Occupational High
'School, Physical Director Parch-
ment will meet with the Atlantic
Cricket Board and three repre-
sentatives of each team on the
Gold Coast for an open discus-
sion of the problems affecting
local cricket.
Representantives of the fol-
lowing clubs are expected to at-
tend: Wanderers, Excelsior. Fen-
wick. Moreland. Surrey, Sussex,
Midland, an. Silver City.

Margarita Bowling League
The Crisotbal Gun Club gain-
ed another point on the league
leading Aces by stopping a three
week winning spree of the Gatun
Electric keglers, who had won
eleven of the twelve previous
points, by taking three for the
nite, while the Aces were split-'
ting a 2-2 count with the Coco
Solo Navy team.
The Post Office succeeded in
moving out of the cellar and
dumping the Cafe Kresch boya
into that spot by taking a 3-1
decision over them. The Elks
and Lucky Strike teams divided
their four points 2-2 in a closely
played match.
The Aces-Navy match was
highlighted by Robinson's 242 in,
the second game which far out-
distanced the previous h ig h
game of the season, 229, held by
Roy Sanker. To wrap things up
for the evening, Robinson walked
off with high series of the even-
ing with a 581. missing Bart B3r-
tram's season high of 602 by On-
ly 21 pins.

Aces 26V
Cristobal Gun Club 25
Elks 20
Gatun Electric 19
Navy 18
Lucky Strike 18
Post Office 17
Cafe Kresch 161/
(15 or more games)
H Colbert (CGC)
E. Bensen iLS>
R. Sanker (CGC)
R. Robinson (Aces)
D. Anderson tAces)
P. Stewart (Elksj
D. Good (Aces)
R. Bartram ICGC)
L. Moore (CGC)
C. Louis (Elks)




23 V

119- 2
178- 2
173- 7
172- 5
171- 3
169- 7

176 242 163 581
166 184 191 541
189 140 146 515
166 159 149 474
140 167 193 500
837 932 842 2611
149 144 152 445
157 200 143 500
137 153 156 446
154 223 l60 537
151 142 492
749 on u 24X0
68 06 68 204
817 896 821 2624

Gatun Electric
101 140
116 90
'g 158 119
157 166
158 162

167 408
137 343
174 451
140 409
210 530

Totals 695 77 1 34 01
Handicap 121 121 121 33
811 798 955 5 64
Cristobal Gun Club
Moore 209 175 .185 569
Wiklgstand 156 167 177 500
Brassel 166 136 187 489
Sanker 202 '187 167 -56
Bartram 154 213 193 560
- Totals 887 878 905 2674

R. Brown
M. Brown


C. Wright


PROFESSOR -'Pbl Rizzuto
demonstrates to a group of
young students at the American
Baseball Academy the proper
way to grip a bat. The Yankee
shortstop heads a faculty of
big-league players. Daily classes
are held at New York's 165th
Infantry Armory. (NEA)

Along The Fairways

Low gross winner of the Pana-
ma Women's Golf Association
tourney at Panama Golf Club
this month was Carol Glicken-
haus with an 88. Marie Parks
won low net with a net 75.
Other winners were in order:
Verna Johnson, Margaret Leigh,
Irene Robinson, SylvS Cirpeiqr,
Dottle La Crolx.
The most parn were nxde by
Carol Olickenhaus

Post Office
144 176 136 456
176 156 187 319
135 120 178 483
148 154 157 459
134 175 144 453
'737 781 602 2320
Cafe Kresch
154 103 178 435
157 182 92 431
162 155 156 473
124 -- 14 248
184 16 63 502
-- 97 -- 97
781 702 163 2136
Luck- Strike
S f24 147 185 456
139 136 149 424
182 191 182 555
191 177 211 579
143 187 142 f22
779 738' 89 2436
ap 41 41 41 123
820 829 910 2559
162 133 181 475
195 176 170 565
1823 1 193 536
150 199 611
163 170 522

at bo
bal G

by Kelly Marabella with 598 and On
Engelk4 with 5I.. For the Flyers,
Ted Wilber led'.with 569, follow-
,ed by Andrews ri*th 154.
In the eazs-Seymour match, Bal
Bud BalcerJed lia team to vic- team
tW. with It.k line game of day,fo
33, 191 and 21 for 645, folow- the
ed by Colbert with 59& and Cof- team
fey with 594. For Seymour. Bo-
rup ha: a fine 613 and Cypert Thi
an equally fine 605, but no other mian
team member was able to reach place
even 500. night
The standing of the teams af- be 7:3,
ter the play: .ual.

Team W L Ave.
Nash-Willys 28 12 941
Sears 25 15 939
Seymour Agen. 14 26 013
P.AA. 13 27 907
The 10 leading bowlers of the
Classic League after the %'ay:
Name Ave.
Malee (Nash) 202- 3
Colbert iSears) 190- 1
Balcer Sears) 196- 4
Melanson (Sears)' 1981- 9
Coffey (Sears 192- 5
Zebrock (Seymour) 188-17
Best (Nash) 188-11
Cypert (Seymour) 184-24
Marabella (Nash) 184-20
Jenner (Nash) 184-12
The scores of the matches:
PAA Flyers
Wilbert 182 -203 184 560
Van Wle 178 163 158 499
Andrews 199 162 193 554
Hermann 166 164 210 540
Morton 164 202 173 539
889 894, 918 2701




191 203 204 598
191 179 208 578
163 181 143 40
18332 244 210 630
189 143 186 5230
916 952 953 3821
159 191 172 522
181 199 214 594
176 230 192 598
167 192 171 53,0
233 191 221 645
916 1003 970 2889

Seytmour Insurance
160 162 176 498
187, 234 192 63
s 169 163 156 488
191 202 s 605
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Lake .Wo h

Rates igh


boa High School's football
went back to work yester-
or their season's finale with
Lake Worth High School
from Florida. I
s will be the second Isth-
Bowl game, and will take
at Balboa Stadium on the
of Nov. 28. Game time will
30. one half hour later than
. Tickets are now on sale
th the Balboa and Cristo-
\yms, and they can also be
rased at either the Balboa
house or Balboa Commis-

The Lake Worth team has had
an up and down season thus far.
They started from scratch, with
few returning players, and not
a very large squad. Coach W. H.
Cook has done a marvelous job
with what he had to start with,
and now the fighting Trojans
rate as one of the strongest of-
fensive teams In their League.
The Trojans opened the sea-
son with West Palm Beach, and
went down td defeat before the
potent Beac.. team 20 to 13. The
following week they played to a
19-19 deadlock with Fort Pierce.
Then gn Oct. 3rd, they scored a
1t to 6 victory over Pahokee.
October 10th saw the Key West
Oonchs take the Trojans mea-
sure in what most folks consi-
dered an unset. Score of this one
was 20 to 7.
After a week's rest, -the Tro-
jans seemed to be somewhat re-
vived, for they charged onto the
home field mnd knocked off a
favored Stuart High team 27 to
0.-Next came their thriling 32-
32 tie game witt. Vero Beach.
Nov. 7th sav them drop a 134-T
decision to Belle Glade, and at
this writing the- results of the
game at Clewiston were un-
known. This Friday they take on
Seacreat a ih.
Thus it can be seen why they
rate ~A one of the top offensive
teams. Ia seven games tlWey MAve
scored 118. points. Frob.Ail'tg-
dications.J he A9 i. Wl1t4h)eir
split 'T offeose win.gve the Bull-
dog'sWbNMaBa si tntr w ng
night. .

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Ten-Bout Card Listed

At Ft. Kobbe Saturday
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Action will again be the theme
as the Armed Forces Badng
Tournament enters Its second
night with the semi-final bouts
getting underway Saturday
night. The scene will be at. the
same site, the Fort Kobbe Arena,
Hangar 1, ard the starting thme
will remain at 7:30 p.m.
A ten bout card has been
scheduled as the fighters battle
for the right' to enter the final
round to be held on Nov. 29.
The opening bout will pit Ru-
dolph 1Heta of the 33d Infantry
ait V Torres of the
54th FA Battalion in a fly-
weight contest. ,The winner of
this match will face. E. Serrano-
Roque 6f the 504th, who received
a bye this round, for the
Two mabphea have been 'ched-
uled in the featherweight divi-
sion with Merdie Alvarez of the
504th meeting I teammate.
Melendez GbLs In the
and Robert 0afley of i
tackling Lee Nimura of .gnal
in the second encounter. Aafri.
and Uanlo w omWed W tt
wins while Robles and.
mura gained the se-fl
with a bye. ,
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only light welterweight to fight
his way into the se ~ftinals, will
take on Ned Short of the 65th
and Bill Murphy o. 0gWal will
tangle with Cloetle Coon-San-
tiago of the 504th ) an effort
to gaiq the finals of that divi-
Robert Johnson of .the 65th
and Joe Gaul of Albrdok 111l 6p.
pose each other fr tMke t tto
meet Gerard H S of Cod le
in the finale qfthe 1ighb middle-
weight division.
One of te top ..the
evening sl dd E ttwi
of Bob Mohn of Sia
Agosto of the l
heavywelghh divil o.M WA
y ir go-o j in- u ory
on the t: ga.
ment and '
has built u ia lalgrge
fans for emh
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plications, some leat. .
Lose The other Shirt?
As a matter of .fact, the civid Jgroup "whi get behind the
team, still has a suit pendgdl ae_. it the al0 leage fqr read.
mission, clambing the frnhc(n1 a wro. u 4 d. Yeu
might say these brave .genti tre .ht-lfg O1' tuht to. lose
their other shift ;1 light tf their ast- disre 0 has st
happened in Dalia, w-eth ie 10-gallon bats, are to
have dropped some s ,$20,..:'
Still, they mInay'have etin. o nM t i ,- 6lege
hysteria and trditiUbr and.the is p .ro baM4saind-
ed to a degreeM (Tim Mitn a (lbta owner, .Tveals smu than
1.000 fans came up from the. led' t to ils mer-
cernaries battle thd Ban Ftraco'4 i
I'm told, too, the Stadium peOjie ( t manotla o Id)
are willing to take the b.-a tenants for. theMee of
$1,000 a game. In a sport businea wherethe 1tes6 eFtmomy is
vital this is anr aJl important Item. Reat4l fee. often mean the
difference between red and black Ink.
The Pittsburgh club s an example. There 1 no. qhrewder op
orator than Art Rooney, bu -e's -c klt.uner the heavy ime
pos Branch Rlckey force him to carry, foe ulr tbe *irstes'
ball park. Rickey blew lo imuch dough OH brootmhl in Brooklyn
he's apparently trying to Get evn:'It's asir to-beat. the Daly.
Doulle aat Jamaica. .r-. .
In contrast. is -th arrangemet -Mloke Mcoide.haa wit the
Cleveland Stadium, also omt tawlRay owast The U1on s s k-
ed-tOr only 6 per cent and hei fiscal &Iproblem is prpotioatel
reuced. Not only 'that, but ie. vthteig club does not *harm until
aftr 15 per cent, no matter tbat the club ac.ay pay to rent,
so McBride keeps tha differefe. The Plck alwaM klw hi way
around obi the lake ront. r
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Ily 63 walks.
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Mantle, who finished only aft
vote behind Shants In the bal.
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NEW ORLEANS. N*' 19 'UUP' -- W W V wwww w
The Southern Gov,: no -, Con-
ference elected Georgla t ov. "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham n ai.
Herman Halmadge. a staunch". "--t
proponent of racia; sea-rega:l'nd. *111.
as it.s chairman todav and heard TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1952 C l
a speaker say the nem, of sere- ,,

e Eisenhower May Reach Koreac
old Georgia chief execuL, ive ,.,a.11,
c! the conference cn the f.nal
lda of its meeting here. g g i

Coitssio, therend InoJ Time For Thanksgiving
of the Texas Good Neighbor
race segregation is "sure to .
come. whether it be a matter WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 iUP- thusiastic greeting from some policy problems were discussed, four feet apart, talking quiet l
of weeks, months or years." President-elect Dwight D. Elsen- 500.000 cheering capital citizens. Lhey undoubtedly Included such with a look of serious determn-i
To meet the racial problems, shower has all the Information a- Eisenhower, who pas ct- critical Issues as the Korean war, action on their faces.
he urged governors to press for .out the hot and cold wars be- spired" by the welcoming the Iranlanoil dispute, the Near At the phoOgrap her's sURles.
creation o h ueirn rci late ons for re him. and may be able to de- throng, talked privately foo 20 East cAIsLts ,and possiblyy Indo- tion they reached aeros the.
committees in their cities or so- prt for Korea In time to spend minutes with Mr. Truman and Chiha. *he'.successful hyditogen desk anc shook-hands.
luton of the minorityprobl. ems Thanksgiving with United Na- then was given a high-level bomb tests may have been on the When he asked for anotheit
Human relations commtteesbh tons troops in the field., briefing on world problems by agenda. shot, they dropped their reserve E T. AM Univerity of T.
composed of membslve a problem The Pentagon has been alerted top members of the President's Acting White House press see- and smiled for the camera in the Southwest Conference ch:om
Spaces can often t solve a hasto be ready with air transporta- official family., retary Roger -Tubby told news- friendly reetinR. tn, 14-7. Coach Ed rice
pln matted a locality for years" he tion whenever Elsenhower wants The statement said they dis- men he was not aware ft 'what MeanhrIle Sen. Robert A%
played it. He has refused an offer of cussed "some of the most impor- went on during the conferences. Taft said bh has recommend-. '1.7h
said is President Truman's plane for the tqnt problems" in foralgn policy Asked who wrote the Joint ed some men for Eisenhower's
Truman ivil rightsch a program in reerse rip -presumably including the Ko- communique, Tubby said he cabinet but.that he does nt
Trumand i the licaivil wayrights in reverse Tentative plans for Eisen- rean war and the stormy Iranlart did not know. He added that know i the president-elect .
roach solution of race pro ap hower to depart tomorrow have situation-and "worked out a a "rough, type-written series will accept his suggestions,. f.J
broach solution ofing dis- apparently been abandoned. r'.amework of liaison and ex- of notes" was handed to him The Ohio Senator also told a *.L .UM.* .Is
cblm whou reard." Security precautions will for- change of top information." by Mr. Truman at the end of news conference he is "avail-
The r wag no discussion of bid an announcement of Eisen- Immediately afterwards the the meeting. able"tor the Senate Republic
SPThere was no. wiscuhshon e hower's new schedule, president-elect conferred at the The communique was Issued leader )t. lap "not running
backing of Shivers. as the f It was nearly four weeks a-o Defense Department with his after Elsenhower left the White for any.t t..'i ... ...
brnrckimmofs iv went I n t o that he told a Detroit campaign former comrades in arms, the House for a 48-minute meeting He believed' Senate RepublHc. DlRT D'ALBON,
rnor ndtamediateusions of state 'allv that if elected he would g3 Joint Chiefs of Staff and their with Bradley and the Join ans could work out a sn -. -P).-r The o.Fe and
authorities, soil and water con- t Korea to seek an honorable chairman, Gen. Omar N. Bradley. Chiefs. cable" solution of the proem ag o P 'idet of.France t
servatlon.esend to the war. An eyewitamms aid the meet- Eisenhower. tanned and rested without "Eisenhower's interven-' B.hudpreds of her, eplbe i
Brt Perro.s warned t ha t Candidate Eisenhower made it ing between Eisenhower and from his Georgia vacation was tion. s edeeaS or
conditions re changing rapid- a matter of great urgency. Presi- Mr. Trnmd*, who only a few accompanied to the Whita Taft.sah he is sticking ee eo
Iv. "both by the will of the dent-elect Eisenhower has some weeks agf were hurling cam- by his two liaison men wT the hi stg t
on edicts of the urnt political conferences on paign Insults at each other, was outgo in Di emocraticbn-gth f the re
peo.Cleand the edicts of the hisrcalendar for the next few quite friendly. the istration, Sen. Henry b.ot "ad net $e0,00ew
"The country is entering. if days Eisenhower..said the meeting Lodge. Jr. and Detroit banker for tw fo lowinr 12 o PeS-l
tion and leaders o both races But the urgency of the Ko-with "vernforative very an- Lodge also rode in th notor-re ets
in the various communities re rean situation has increased structlve" and noted that it was cade from the airport with Presldent Trumant's bc
the best qualified to handle the rather than lessened in the intended to arrange for an o r- E senhower nd aq att e tye run
racial affairs of their own com- past four weeks as heavier ca- derly transition of the govern- him to the heet=ite w t 000.00.nex ye ,- .T,
nimities during that period" he suaties and bitter weather ment from Democratic to Repub- military chiefs. Ladge..Aa been Taft acowle th
msid. sell public anxiety and ham- lican controlpon Jan. 20. conferin with t O dcuts. a -mAan
_______mer hard at combat morale. In the joint .ommUn.lue. the Defense degpa wintt o a be a.possib0l-e
Eisenhower's meeting here yes- President and the presiment-eelect d
Cuban Tells Why erday with President Truman Said they were confident that ts"ore
and' other administration policy- the conference furnished "addi- Represer te sath,- must wt
lominicans Held makers and high Pentagon offi- tonal proof of the ability of the ton were Secrtaty a State ,, bo the
dals was in part preparation for eople of thi country to nage MAc .
HAVANA, Nov. 19 (UP.-Er- irs visit to Korea. thel of bif aps*try o'be.*t- A
tde a F Minister of In- The larger objective was to utin&uy and h r* Dirac or t 1-,.wIN ae
formion, today announced the brief the President-elect and his "We have ditcussed some of the ~a and 8;re moTtes- Tk,. taxt a ,
cause of the arrest of a group aides on the general situation at molt important protblema affect-. I
of Dominican Communists by home and abroad, and to estab- ing our counrv lnthe sphere to S Sp l -
Cuban authorities. lish channels of communication these problems has been .made a-i tlwe a W111 a a -llh. I '
De na Fe said that "several between the going and coming w.llale for Oen. Eisenhower." at hXe ~ l t
persons have tried to make the Imtartions in eet of Itadded: that X a ter
detention of a group of Do- emergency. "Oen. Einsenhower .has not said e an. said he agreed l h i
minican Communist fifth col- Eisenhower and President Tru- been asked tq assume any of the to"be ac rb- the Ohioown
umnists appear as an act of man agreed on a system of "co- responalbitles of thq presidency urM ,l. i-..ilu the statement ter a' brel b. |s .
persecution against exiled poll- operation" which the. said will utUil he takes the oath of office.' dear' -a ,, ee t o -'A
ticlans who seek Cuban hospi- he of great value in handling do- This was obe of the cemditions Federal .etxployes. .... n e he ho pSaew m t." en Th ,
tality." imestic and foreign problems laid down by Elsenhlower before tkie teps o aandeViltWr for.n .he had .mm headed y ori Thed l
dThe Information Ministe during the change in administra- ne accepted Mr. Tseuman's invia- ofa p andb fev t or ith rs 3e oer l:g, e|
added: "Charmes pressed against tions. taton to come here for te fae-the u e a sts ut h I n he
them claim that they were at- But a joint communique Is- to-face meeting. tent aded a queens e d out of teuht
tempt in to incite public rebel- ~sued after the extraordinary Both Mr. Truman and ERisen- pirtments aDe~uded a td to submit it.
&ns Wht Hos cne :o? rotqrca le hoy i t iand I've *.a iy
lion despite their Illegal resid- 70-minute White House confer- huwer were smiling and cordial' A lot of the hoet ilt ha I lio andI've .
,nce on national territory." ence between the incoming. and when they went in for their cont- bla Itch that seemed to ~o
out-going presidents emph1''- terence. Thh eyewitnes maid: ,I a tnine ent to y e at
ed that Eisenhower will assume You'd thenk there never had re was no refnit of abatn h ed
no responsibility for decisions oeen an f eJtion." tternep, .Im aton th said
L made by the Democratic ad- But Esenhower was grim: ~ tof Eisenhowei.and 1 'owqma th.,.,
'Under our Constitution," the emerged. He made a brief FI orapher .whQ7msappd h .I tile-
.,-onimunique said. "'the Presidents tatement saying that he and *."tiure sl- t 0I r t's
must exercise his functions until hlis Series were "very ap- le tlke, A N""
he leaves of fice. and his success- preeiative" of the "lnstrietive1" g th 1o4m. He 1 n S ide lIe Nov. 19
or cannot be asked to share or conference. Aed question, pno awe.-Iepe anadi
'i, sume the responsibilities of the behlsnnopad: aibeen a bwsot..i$.. vw1
presidenev until he takes office." "I'm not gellr to pay It' l e'smahe
twice." ,t th e _.ovo.-
Eisenhower ended a 10-day While the communique. ad net
The person who wants to be in golfinr vacation at Augusta. Ga. state specifically what foreign A I. t 7 1 "I, ,.
the social swm often makes the to fly here for the top-secret six subjects last nit
mistake of getting in beyond his conference with Mr. Truman and s ix.. ec,,azn- ne
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