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.
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oclc - 18709335
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Sabre Jet sks Rent Hikes

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SpeedMark Put Aside;

THRRMAL. California. Nov. 297
(UP--An Improved model or' 4
the Babre hastabrealW e a
Sto a new. world's sp f .rec r d ..
of 499.9 mph...- .
The jet fighter was oredte4 "
by the North American -Aireratt 0'
CO,, which...designed the Sabre"
goe n d. VA thfoe re Afull investigation of all Panom6 Cool Con*
lt srasing' tJ~ flcl43W* rdA
mab W ;eed recoi of r z s was urged .tbi- morning by Whllim K14=
*s n*sat in i a0 Iv an earlier- a of th. nteinil hgislriver ommiftee oE ptj
kim ..l.Sobre'.. ,
sr cMt: J. Ba Me Nash of la- a Feefntion qf bor who testified befo.. e .
war"s ..Air Force Base vldoed, npDro, elftw the-first time. ":-.
rds the svery. a l-weather plane -in, pel for first te.
w W yeet of s nerent hearing panel concluded its hearrp
rnend er"Salto l. S. today affer ejonami Kaoplan .hMs ,ti
i.dw sea level In '"e
rt. Vsaey.a lvthanked ll the wifnaescand' ti inemi C4i
AVAM ad J9 -t th UMt
ny officials who participated-ut the hearing
U0b to.s tar .. S shing's retomimndatlon wais that the peep

p jst 40. -toff .the company thet the ret
i his ~for ew administration W. bit. elso
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.yny, wa,-
-fenflnt WAap
for five year
continent -U
charge and
at hard labor IB
was Victor. MI
*o also pladi
grand larceny.
Stanley Norn
Sa 7 561 d
of steoafl Si-11
Panama a0.&1

pkANr; we
a sieer~t fat e

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Gets Suia

Ua destroyed in the
further o-e to be
ariUan ad tem 19r
'tor look to redefer' the
bqp he claims he et-
Sson's medical care.

Cbica' ToSydney:
Li ttle

-C..CAOO : Nov. 30 (UP) -
ta tving tiger cubs hi the
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aid he received a raitt
. from the director *
Soo that the Ot.
were dying Obuteagh
;n is unable teo -t
low litters of Cube
:.s8 the lackof a a
-w the probable -

bjthe jungle the-
m the m.asge. a
l separate the
ib"Wevents fluidlsf'om
Sane little fellow,

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-- Sidmuet-elect
D. l mhoweer.
n oou mined the
rme oberbm of his

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ate" .Court thia
ring r car on the
lbway at It

or $25 fine was Impose
jr.I.4l.-,..rbl" .the
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They are:
John Foster Dullos, Se-
eretary of State.
QChaRs Wilson, Be-.
eretv of Defense.
'Gov. Diuglas McKay of
Or ton, Secretary of the
Eisenhower stated he
would send these names
to the Senate for ratifica-
tion immediately he took

dI power CZ Court
SWulin Reversed
. CRISTOBA ., Nov. .20- The
nvictIln of.Mercsdea Marcella
ews in Orltobal Mhstra te's
SCourt last Oct. 23ORe charge
of petit larceny was '-eVersed
upon ,aeal yesterday when it1
Scame to trial in the Cristobal
mton of the US District
e .At : S. T. Frankel re-
pdtbA defendant, who
afsed of taking one
Maxwell House tea valued
kt cents and one piece of
dam cheese valued at 34 cents
= Um the gvooery section of Cris-
t Oozmlsmary.
-She .had been fined $5 for
the offense. I
SYestorday .however, her con-
fictionWas reveteed and she
ac found not guilty. The fine
was returned.

Child. 13 Months,
"OAAt Gorgcs
Gilbert James Wetherborp.,
3 1 1n months: thA so of Eu-
Nathaniel Wetherborn of
Panama Cty was found dead
on arrival at Goruas Hospital
this morning.
The infant Was ntSrng trap

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itOi oUfting and
l n F but notcarryinK it out.
e the panel that
atment of tense employee
reside the Zone havejust
cewved a, 34 tO 100 per cent rent
crease.i October. The Mttamula
th$,raise, he said. was com-
nral. housing in the.Panama

IM anuWer. o the hi gt adminis-
tr a*n eosts of the Canal Com-
Pan mietioned ait the hearings
vypdidQ, -the NPPE head pointed
out that arimed-services civilians
here donut enjoy any of the Ca-
nal buftts except the 25-per
cent differitial.
n .-ley 'pay full rates
for oa Panamaua I
line and do not have
th I leave policies
a the tmal
Ken P..aid he would like to
be enltgh .A-ato Comptroller
indsley Notl statement that
the CanAt' -41pany performs
many aWh ,or the Depart-I
ment of..e for which they
are not ,oesed, He was of
the opinlod that the Department?
af Defense habtldises certain ac-
tivities of the.Cnal Company atj
eine #Interests of the
povernnlt k -
Noble'v re6vwas there were
many bi tL perhaps the
m'oust outtu in aof which was
the aoat puqatng the school
'Vistem the-Canal Zone. The
Defense pfltpent is subjected
to certt" st(tory restrictions
with re 46 tho e amount that
can be. p1 atien for th- ed-
;cattorrf i "ct ren of military,

me as enumua as xne
there weote -no DI
matits in the Canal m, "
Mrs. William .Choate, a heWeg
Wife and formerly a edmot 'of.
Melrose, Massachusetts, told the
panel she was "appalled" i the
drastic rent increases, espqeeal-
for thN type of 12-family house
she was assigned.
Shi oMsaid Cynmunity Senr-
es lmeeter HbMr. L. DonevMa,
In his testimony yesterday re.-
terred to these quarters as "the
type most people would' rather
not live in."
Mrs. Ooate remarked: "Hs-
was eXactly right in his descrl%-.
lon." She went Into detail as to
the inconveniences of a family of
six living in two adjIoinin one--
b-droom apartments. opintinw
ont the lack of privacy, lark bf
windows, fire sceave. store
suace, and the feat that hetdin-
Inv room is three rooms away,
from the kitchen. -
The New England houe ,
whose husband worked 16 le
for the Boston Shipyards, arrived
or. the Isthmus in August qjtlsa
vrs r. She said they had- been-
told by the Company befborem4 -
Inm down there was adequatee
and suitable' housing fot '"
family. The Old rental on.,hqir
oaarters was $33 a month.vWith
the new increases, they troud
jumr, to $62.83 a month, she said.
Mrs. Choate said Done la
spoke of "desLrability and livabil-
itv" as be in factors considered
in the rent increase. She urite
the panel to keep thi9. in mind.
She also remarked that 10o oth-
er families who have srrive4
(Coetinuee on Pace 6 CQ.L B)-

Te Mail Box' Gets

Into. Rent Hearing Act

A lqt lled "A Diabloite" skid the Board did not coneu
which e today in the Mail nil with this.
Hu)ll w .at at the rent hear- Later at a meeting with memr -
ina thiamS ftl by Chairman bers of the Armed Services -
enia m and included a Washington level. '
In the the panel, who was present then,.
''he epalned of an t :e Secretary of the Army
arb.- the Panama -ressed parletlar coatri
Canal t raisin the dub rente fart mmbel r eq
11 2- zbie rental for tembena Sfl
reptsr cent on all 12- Arnd Forces. t t was
t mi trafn Diablo. by all coneieid he sabe iN.t
T saiRd a copy was be- the Ca al Comlpat Wa
" to. o The Pananm to increase the It a.
A lure a41nat "se- avartmrnts in hnd as
,"to which Ka- u~tet nVkMid
ore .,' to w1ich Ka100- per centlmseresasbha1 -in
P "we lhive no secre- effect ever sace.t os
toanswer the let-
pal rest on
W" too low. AN .
h afia wveladyrs
t- ug. 21. 1951 wa ill.

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57 H T allI P 0 Xo n 14, PANAMA. R O P
TllnPHON PI*NmsV NO a O 40 e LINKeI
841 MtnsiunN AvE Nrw VYoph iri N V
o SiX M6NTI4." IN ADVA-NC4r d S3
aon ONs YEAR. IN DVANCe o 2

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The Moil Be is a n open frulm or teea res a The PpeMs Amef-
ken. Letters are received egrtefully ed are handled he wholle v ci-
dential mdaner.
Itf you contribute letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appea the
xoat day. Lttars are published on the side received.
PleMse try to keep the latter limited to one page lngthi
Identity of- lete wlters is held in strictest cenlidence
This mnewpapef assumes no reponsibllity for statements as opinions
*xpreuted in letters fe reders
Dear editor, I wish to surprise you.
This is not a gripe.
It doesn't even have anything to do with PanCanal rents.
It's just a reminder... that something special is happening
at Santa Clara this weekend.
The something Is Jade Rhodora, end she's REALLY some-
The lovely Jade, of Beauty and the Beast fame, is giving
her special performance in the Santa Clara Casino this weet
and I just thought I would take this time to remark that it
certainly presents an unusual opportunity for people to enjoy a
weekend in Santa Clara, with its cottages, bar, restaurant, and
extended ocean beach.
I know if any people were like me, they'd certainly have a
good time.
Weekend Visitor.


Dropped by for some gasoline at the Balboa Gasoline Sta-
tion today and saw some excavation work being done on the
side walkopposite the gas pumps. I was very pleased, of course.
since I was sure that the Administration was putting in some
pumps, at least one, to sell high octane gasoline. "Juat goes to
show you," I said to the station manager, "the Administration
always heeds the employes." '
"Whatchttalkinabout." the Manager asked?
"Why, they are putting in a gas" pump for high octane gaso-
line," I replied pointing ungramatically at the excavation.
Nutz." replled the manager, graciously." That's a terlet."
(I found out later he comes from the Bronx.)
"A what?"
"A terlet. You know. A Chic Sale. An outhouse. One of
them backyard things"
"You mean to tell me they are building a tollet on the cor-
ner of one of the most used hlghway4 in the Canal Zone?"
"Sure. And about time, too. We need that terleit."
"Well. what have you been using up to new?"
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Flush D. Bowl.

Diablo Heights, C. .''
Prof. Kaplan
C.Z. g Chairman
Tivoli con, C.Z.
Sir: ..
I wish tq call the attention of the Rent Hearing Committee
to the 100% basic rent increase-imposed last March 1 on all Pa-
nama Canal employes occupying 12-family quarters located In
If the general rent increase is termed ill-considered and
premature, what can describe the arbitrary ruling which discri-
minated against P.C. employes in residence in all Diablo 12-fa-
mlly quarters.
With the other general considerations it should be borne in
mind that:
(1) Twelve-family quarters same type and approximate-
ly same age in other towns had no increase in ren-
(2) Diablo and all its wooden structures, including the 12-
family houses, were built by the S. E. D. and turned
over to the Panama Canal without charge. (Twelve-
family quarters elsewhere were built and paid for by
the P. C.).
(3) Diablo is fully maintained and operated by the P. C.
Co., and by regulation and law for the accommodation
of its employes and their families only.
If due to the present. lack- o-houging In military areas it
becomes necessary or expedient to accommodate military person-
nel it should be at the expense of the military and not of the
P. C. employes.
It is true that P. C. employes occupying 12-family quarters
in Diablo may seek housing elsewhere it available. But again,
why should a particular group, particular only because of geo-
graphic location, have its choice of residence limited more than
any other?
I respectfully and sincerely request that this matter be. con-
sidered at the present sessions and adjusted in line with the
board's findings on the general rent situation.
Most sincerely,
A Diabloite.

How about giving a little credit where credit belongs. This
has happened before and Is the reason I'm writing this.
The heroic rescue of the I.A.G.S. helicopter made by Flight
B, let A.RS. SA-16 was nice reading for some people, but it so
happens that the Navy found the downed craft first and were
SJadioed to send its location and return to base sc the Army could
get all the credit.
The same thing happened some months back when a Pan-
amanian ship lost its mast and engine. The Navy was mentioned
SInla the rescue but the Army got the build-up.
I'm not trying to start an Army-Navy war. We're all doing
Our jobs. Let's just give credit where it belongs.
Don't tell me different, I was on the flight that spotted the
disabled crew.
dae- A Constant Reader.
PAS-Next time they'll watch their gas gauge, the helicopter
we mean.
Why is It necessary for the Army to take care of the per-
sonal business of any employes who are so lazy they cannot go
to a Post Office or bank, or who are so weak in character they
cannot save a ce t for themselves?
Recent letteW to this column re allotments from salaries of
these pa es d }teas indicate that they writers are accustomed
to havingt'h their way--so:
to hy tthe Army take care of me and all my per-
NonW .l.ainet Then I can gamble away only what the pay-
mute hands me oh py day.
"And just think I don't even have to stand in line at the
244Office Or 'Bank, or even spend one 6c. stamp to send a money
% em to my famuy.
"Let the Army do it for me. Isn't that just great!"
Here are four excellent reasons why It is not necessary for
e Army to arrange fo allotments in this area:
1) ailm .ir mNa senerOe is provided.
2) bg tfur U.. bank og olganiations in Balboa and
3) Pos sai and moneyorder facilities are available in
SUfeomualdtiie on the Zone.
4) N currency problem exists.

Liberals Show



WiLh pracltaily everybody
frmn the National Association
of Manufacturers to Henry Wal-
lace claiming to operate under
the tent of iberlftam, it Would
not be easy to come up with a
sastisying definition of it.
We're not going to try here,
except to suggest it has some-
thing to do with a willingness
to experiment, to embrace
change, to keep mentally flex-
ibie. to seek new solutions aim-
ed at human betterment.
It ought to be clear that
if liberalism has any such
meaning, it can't be pro-
perly applied to m a n y
groups which now appro-
priame the label.
The people who rightfully be-
long in this particular group
pro iess a wish to serve hUman-
ity. to support measures for the
uplift of' ordinary folk Avery-
This suggests an attitude of
tolerance toward irailty, and a
generous acceptance of many
numan viewpoints in consider-
ing solutions to problems.
Yet, in truth, a prime
characteristic f the "liber-
als" we now have under the
microscope is an attitude
almost the exact' opposite.
These are the people who
say they are for humanity,
but who believe o ply one
set of solutions-t i=a own
-is right.
Thus there is only one
good national health pro-
gram, and if you are not for
it, then, clearly, ou are no
friend of humaanty.
The man who dares to op-
pose is measured by that (gct
alone, and excal .ate .
irom the socie of Ib ,
There is no real exaIlaa
of his motives, no real teog-
nittlon that a man may oppose
for many reasons some of
them possibly und.
There is 1 not.a great
gap between t kind of think-
ing and the scorn the Russian
Communist regular heaps upon
the "deviati0st."
Theo sq-alled liberals do
much praUtn aoput the palness
obl, hexpeole _htnking. Ac-
tu ... t., _ves trea-

/nIe -mind, the
very- .qm' the mark
thege u oe. beral bears,
is e stamp a that shows
most strikingly a o ng
With their minds held ri-.
gid by .t.e plaster cast of
conformity, these peopl
progress naturally to the
assumption that l good
resides in one political j ar

They extol the twe-0arty sys-
tem, but they never; want any.
body to vote for the other par-
ty. Theri las the par ty f purest
principle, while tht opposition
has succumbed totally to ex-
pediency. ..
To people like thW, the vote
of the Amierican Jqtorate on
Nov. 4 was just slhrt of a disas-
ter. They have a one-party
mentality In a twe-party coun-.
Are they liberals? Obviously
They. are really reactionaries--
in this aseW ease, the reactio-
naries 0 the lft. And they are
no more help to us than the
other kild. ,


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Intere ,ed
BUT It you're a wi.awame

busineuman ooaeoa nd Wit
the adverttilna a ams pw.
motion o f Fout -r~ tM
business, you' W#att-d .U'
that our tCLOA86I*Ut
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Knock Knock, Who's There?


NEW YORK.-4osb, ad a.eo holy. ge, I do but he. win four straight with nothing and Is
not know who I will presItol service for hitting o0-rich besides, so il you mak a big point of
on the head in the foeseeabl: future, becau4 .the fact that his chin precedes him by five feet
Harry is not going to be With us much long* no mater where he walks? I think yot will not
and7I still like Ike and who else Is there around .id-Cse, specially if you are a Dodger fan.
to clobber? ,,'W lack targets. Frank -Sinatrq and I are
You can't knock Margaret because she's a real* hfieidts today Lucky Luclano is not really cota-
nice doll and can't help 'It if she don't sig vet-.' Mg back to bother us..
good. We' allow her to take In singing on the TV '
and only have ourselves to blame. I 'have no feud going with the brother column-
"Jl.s. When I-burnt my hand off eler snt me
There ain't much you cap say about, Bess el- better r calling me a rat scab, fo
other because she's out of t pleture now and~ tronuling his specially "'
Ever was e "Impa y k lt
nort ad AUnt o waoal. Wtubeh:l and Ly is Mf
rtoy for 6m" but they'.
tte cosat- ~a even pick a tou l E ti afjown pro-

thought Lordt eyn ready h I took my brother's pre y bridq to lunch, the
his theory of extrawv. sj..|-- other day and my own wife', came up
from Washington to visit. I. haive bei belabor.
...If he's inj in-laws in print for all these yes an they.
aw L.oeen knocking marriage on the head
'eser .,n f 14 W 15 seasons, and Iam still stuck
K e -Lean Keyser n of about f dame.
hng returns when the chAnces are hav t ated friendship as an
.ceeUt he woh't be working for us much long- tionui 41e ad jm nd ~a I
4W. te bpch Of qld fWieds a
There was always Op.. MacArthur to kid a lit- lie ad1M and Jthel that th
ie but the General has retired now from public in Wa ti gh o 0to.20 y
lifte to maketypewriters. He never even emerged These days my banker and I
during the campaign to speak up for the party. editors and I are on what is del
he holds so dear, and we may assume that he terms.
has bowed out of the political field and is inm- The dogs do not bite-me as .tea a "
imne to criticism, past, and I am almost sure that
will be retiring ere the yule.
I used to have some fun on Tom Dewey's time
but he has trimmed down his mustache and It looks like there isn't much around to k,6ek
grown home oratorical hair on his chest.. and he which is dredful, unless I can. rig t
e a &deent-and honest man and immune from cause to come out against bang, e e
critl h' Ulf l pftent_. .Ie 1i no longer a cloir Maie, or find some inipereettn in the
boy, io lo0ger open to big fun-poking. facter of Toots Shor.
Scratch onf candidate for ribbing. You can't Either possibility is rmote a
kid the ilni of guy you need more of to run time bang-man *and ter
your rope-walk. only 0ivin- candidate fo p al .t n
Well, who is there? Stengel? He talks voodoo aia dhe ight to deserve y.

Limited Sweep ,

By Peter Edson

WASHINGTON, (NIA). The ektent 1 the Many of the appointed
houmwleatig an geral exodus of. *- Tdtma and by PrMidep
reaucrate from W~ gtn oen the daty l are for life-time obs or
ieenshower takes over as Ptesident S1. O years. Only a limited an
have been eonalderably exaggerated. become vacant in 19", 4
Not nearly as many relgnations Will byae to or resignation. ': -
be sahumitte4 and acaeptqd as may be imagined. Donald Dawagn. who 4.
In the 12 department& nd 51.independent ageuf- nel placements for .Pr
cies. not more than 2000 Jobs may be on the average, his ofVeg
presidential apolpt.eint. M people year for IM
Of.. the government's, roughly 2,500,000 emn The way this works outrJ
ploee tn th eexecutive apartment of loverm of typical agencies,
meant 8 per cent, or about 2.325,000 are .tl In the White House
aeIeVd and .omen. a personal staff of- less 1
.TAI an Ie..ired og tfor cause and ne ,at t ahitant (Steelman), ee
toe iWhI 1iI s who s~rs etaries, five
A.fTe pi, director (Lawtohn,
1,. ,. ...: ..- rity .Council a* ret-
ie ils nt hatrman (a)
Mea mi tp o V%3. (Narimnn and
be one spot to rly held by C.
av t pades. There be 100 employee of the
saumi Mod -Of I .t the help .b se rvice. -
'de'. .I': .- -', In the State Departai
no Ws" I eto 1 up laat yfMn ative Jobs. Te
fae te offeU of the W dersecretary, two dp 40
t .ne. the law ad l 0 artsa, 8 ambaador
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HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Ex- iair with silver dust for that
clusively Yours: Cl.iandler look. Jeff wants no
Heirs of John McCormack, the ,,art of the trend.
famous Irish American tenor -
who died in 1945, are negotiating Arlene Dahl and Fernando La-
with a major studio on the film .mas are dreaming of a co-star-
rights to his life story. The ring film-a re-make of "Love
"great singers" cycle, started by Affair"-now that they're having
the Caruso biography, is in full one .... Brenda Marshall is spik-
blossom in Hollywood, with the ing the movie comeback talk.a-
.A~arjoric Lawrence and Grace gain with: "I'm very happy at
,More films due for immediatelhome. If there's a chance of co-
St inn starring in a film with Bill (hub-
by Bill Holden) I'll consider it."
S..orgeou. Suzan Ball's big ...Betty Hutton and Alan Ladd
.tart-throb is Broadway actor no longer are at Paramount, but
rSul Savage (no kin to the Bob the studio cafe menu still lists a
.4Savage who went dashing to Eu-'Betty Hutton salad and eggs a la
-rope after Rita Hayworth) and Ladd.
.'she's saying that she'd like to get -
"%fin a movie 'contract. "Every!
either actress Is doing it," Susan John Barrymore, Jr, is happi-
winked. "Why can't I?" Iv telling it that his'ocetors have
AW, L v almost licked his sei'ous skin all-
Ulivia de Havilland's movie ment. .. Steve Cochran and
fans will now be able to decide Warner Bros. tangled again, with
for themselves whether the New Steve winning the decision. He's
York stage critics were right. Ne- out of the cast of "Don't Cry. Ba-
ver-give-up Olivia will play Ju-byv." as per his demand.... The
liet In a special sequence in Les- Ilari Blanchard-Greg Bautzer ro-
tcr Cowan's "From Main Street mance is in the sizzle stage.
to Broadway."
I've been yelling it and now a
movie fashion designer, French- Electricians failed to put a
born Jean Louis, is in on the space between title words at a
chorus. Says Louis: Hollywood theater and the mar-
"Eas a mistake for stars to uee. blazed;
dress like ze girl next door. Peo- .)rk Douglas---'The Bigsky.'"
ple wan' to see glamor. Ze great
stars like Marlene Dietrich ne- All U-I press agents were re-
vire dress common-always likeentliy asked to think up a new
a beeg star. And women evairy- title for "Sioux Uprising." The
where rush to see 'er clothes. memo stated: "We want to con-
vey the great scope of the pie-
'Ollywood go to nawtheeng ture with a new title,"
Pen fashion for many years be- i
case. ze director or producer al- At the bottom of the memo was
ways zay, 'But my wife would not this P.S.: "Pleas 'do not submit
wear thees.' Now watch 'Olly- the title of 'The Great Sioux Up-
wood. Stars will dress like stars rising.'"
on ze screen."

The parting of Patrice Wymore
and. Warner Bros, was far from
friendly Producer Edward Small
asked to borrow her as John
PPayne's leading lady in "Swords
Against the Mast." The studio
gave Small a big "No," then
dropped her from its star list.
Pat, by the way. rehearsed with a
group of male dancers for a night
c'ub act before she left for Ja-
alalra and hubby E Flynn.
I"The Eva Tanguay Story" Isi
Wie discussed again-this time
for Irene Hilda. the French Bet-
Stjutton. now in New York....
birther evidence that Diana
Lynn has graduated to the gla-
mor ranks: her role in "Plunder
in the Sun" originally was slated
l..otI Marilyn Monroe ... Sultry
slrvl?rk Lorry Raine is up for a
W.m b at Warners.
i Rosalind Russell and Marie
Wilson play WAC's in "Never
N, Wave at a WAC" and in a drill
. scene Marie says to Roz: "Now
throw your shoulders back and
s stand Just like me." Roz looks
; over Marie's well-filled uniform
and says: "Honey. you've got
,q Something I'll never have."

John Hodiak will star in "Mis-
s gion Over Korea" at Columbia-
Sabout an American living with
his family at Itazuki in Japan
SwIen South Korea is attacked.
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Newsmap above shuws uutrome of 1952 senatorial elections. Of
the 35 seats up for election or re-election, the GOP won 23 and
the Dems won 12 which would give the Republicans an edge of
49-47 However, Sen. Wayne. Morse, who bolted the GUOP, could
even the count by voting with the Democrats. In the event of a
tie. the vice president who will be Richard Nixon, casts the Ue-
breaking vote Nebraska and Connecticut elected two senators
due to the death of Kenneth Wherry and Brien McMahon.


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I tase oi, Ad with one of our Agents o oour offices in No. 57 "H" Street---- Panam
No. 12,179 Central 4ve. Colon

No 4 Tivoli Ate-Phone 2-2291. and

or of A --Phone 2-044n'
Four'i of i' Ave.-Phone 2-0441

Salon de Belieza Americano
No. 55 West 12Lh Street

l. h.l1 Autoln nhtilD, on f loeve a drinklll omleal Gramlich Santa Clara beqch-
riji tr SAE--- Write Alehelem Aeumymeum. I au cotleaga. Electric tee boxes. ga
FCd'Crtr, Or i FOR SALE--1942 International 203' Ancen C. Z. stoves, rdoderate rates. Telephone
FC R Cdct Ion P ck Up, to new tires, ^ 6-441 Gambom 4-561 Pedro Mi-
t clcc,5 3 pc. livingrOom set, it"n trleable Clean
'girs bcyci. RCA radio, stroller, battery. $300.00. Duly Paid. Coill T.,cI, Taxi Service, Reliable Clean guel.
bcbcrib, play pen. Phone 916, Wason 533-A, Red Tank. Cars Tel Visit Hotel Panomericano in beauti-
Co FOR BETTER USED CARS CIAL CU IONS ful El Valle for a cool inexpensive
FR SALE:-Combinaiton gas stove, SMOOT & PAREDEK FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO weekend.
60 cycle refrigerator. Perfect can- CHEVROLET & BUIC cne wa $85. round trip $135 115 PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
.,dition. Ideal for small kitchen, FOR SALE:-1951 Oldsmobile De doy.-limitl, $160, good one year); only court in Santa Clara with an
:ol O bedroom furniture. Call 3- Luxe 98 sedan, dark blue, H\dro- to LOS ANGELES. one way. $149. Oceanview ftorr, all cottages. Sieps
,3,;124 motic, radio, air-conditioner, spo- 15. round tr,p $252.35, 90 day- to beach. Rock Gas, refrigeration.
AL ---- Library table, metal light, back-up-lights, clock, sun i'mt Panama Dispatch Service op- barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
cpbord.gloss door, dish cabi visor, window ventshades, Ro,al posite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama ama 3.1877, Margarita 3-1673.
:net, pino bench, telepho e stand, Master tires, undercoating, Excel- -1655 Box No. 435 Balboa
-batterycharger, metal dressers, lent condition, low mileage $2.- R- fshes 50 Willims Sno Clara Bech cot-
"batterycharger emetl dresserI 400 Coil 86-4175, BOG, 21. .p,. AQUARISTS: Cat fishes 50g &1Williams' Santa Clara Beach cot-
single Simmons bed and mattress, rn4rdt BOG 21 63 each. Glow Light Tetras, $1. tagas. 2 bedrooms, refrigeraton.
eel*tric refrigerator, ladies blue 32. Bernhrdt.5 Pr. Acuario Tropical. 11 Via Rockgas onges. Belbo 2-300.
Atlen suit 16 1-2, piano box FOR SALE:-Plymouth 1949 Ledon E.,pana. opposite Juan Franco Furnished houses On Beach at Santa
,8pinet size, lamps, 5 ft. metal very good condition, new tire:. '-0 Stables. Tel. 3-4132. Clara. Phone Shrapnel, Balboa
"Cloamps, glue pot, and other Misc. dollars, con be financed. Tel 3- BUE FOR EXCURSIONS and spe 282 or see Cretaker here.
,articles. 0260-C, Gamboa, Tel. 6- 4655. ., cl trps. The best and most
29. FOR BETTER USED CARS luxurious transportation. Call Pan- UOK KEN I
p SALE: 4-burner gas stove,| SMOOT & PAREDES ama 2-2064.
condition, reasonble. 2141 CHEVROLET 83-5244. BUICK Dr WENDEHAKE Medical Clihn Apartmensg
,_._ _urundu, 83-5244. 5 I FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet 4 door E.tudiante Street No 140 Be- ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
FPR.rSALE:-Beautiful bamboo and' De Luxe with power glide, like tween "J" and "K" street. Phone rwo and five room furnished and
:~ahogany dining suite consisting new, $1,825.00. Telephone 5-21- 2-3479. Panama. unfurnished apartments; private en-
''of table, 2 hostess choirs, four, AUTOS EISENMAN closed gardens, 8061. 10th Street.
straight chabiners buffewith plate glassFor better buy in used cars vit u JUNGLE JIM JAUNT New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
China cobinet with plaeum, sev- new lot. Beside the Coca Cola Boi- to 1386.
ifd lr. Also couch, l'o m shelds ing Co. Tel. 2-4966. DARIEN
el. Cristobal 3-1593 or house FOR BETTER USED CARS honored by Hote EL PANAMA FOR RE-NT
*i343-A 6th "Mon i Ne -' SMOOT *& PAREDESd full cN as Leave Friday December
SCritbl- at e r rHEVROLET & BUICK 2 7-30 a.m. Return late Sunday at- Rooms
Crtobl er ... ---- er---- noon December 7. Fishing through ..
,,,s- .. .O !FORi SALE -1950 Buick Supr R t Pearl islands, visiting iththe FOR RENT -In Bella Vista, turnish-
S* iera Hard-top Convertible Onl primitive Chaco Indians, spearnrI ed room ilth kitchen privilege
__ ----'-'-"-- I. 000 miles. excellent condition. crocodiles. lack light hunting, cre. Mexico A tenue No. 69, near 43rd
ST:-Female Co-cker Sparniel dcg Consider trade. Phone 858.4, Coco ng up the Smb river, abord Cr Phone 3-0553.
black ,white marking on Pnm's Pescdor.
o roat disappeared Tuesday around -"--- Panama's Pescadora.
Street. San Fiancica. Cill .3-1 FOR BETTfR USED CARS Bring old clothes, comfortable sc
7 PnaCHEVROLET & BUICK 3 glorious days. $45.00 lach per- A artmen
,CHEVROLET BU --- con. For reservation phone Jungle I.partments
:: OSitIOn Ofiered FOR SALE. Pontiac Six two door Jm. WANTED- Apartment or room
~*1 ---- >.edan. Duty paid. Golden ioran co- Hotel EL PANAMA, Bella Vista area. Airline employee
NTED-Office g i .ih kno.- lo Excellent condition. $40000 Panama 3-1660 Bachelor Station Mgr. Phone To-
4Uedge of irenogrophy Good salatv Telephone Balboa 1478. or cumin No 11
,aff or Avenue, ColonNonfor-. FOR SALE. Buick 46 Sedonette. See your Travel Agent
_M onby telephone Excellent condition. Radio. $800- AI
00, 760-C Bamneby St. Tel. No FOR SALE
NTED.-B.lngual Secretary wirh 2-2984A l0
hand.. on, typFng. MuOt h.e FOR BETTER USED CAltS MieIlam enu" T a.
hatn om rd t pinge. Mau .' SMOOT & PAREDES FOR SALE:-10,000 records going at
S agmr T.10 A e o m CHEVROLET & BUICK 51.00 a dozen Grand clearance At the meeting the Atlantic
n 3."00 p. m. .o .p FOR SALE -Mor.w Minor convert- of new and used records at both CAmlert Ub thsla eel app
.. ANTED bie 1952. New car condition. PANAMUSICA stores No. 127 mately S0 members and gu
Priced for quick sale. Call 2-3269 Central Ave. and No. 4 Monteserin erjloved a travelogue prese
kR ,I T.n -4 TT. "l-.-.-- ThIe ,r U d 1 'l1 "S M T_ l fN'ltL 15

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American couple desires modern oneI FOR SALE -- 1946 Ford 5 pass.
.or two bedroom apaorlmenr In e- Coupe w-th rad.o Very good con-
' sidential area. Ccll 2--4611 Man- d',on. $800. Phone Coco Solo
'day thru Friday ,9-I 2 and 2-5. ___
Saturday 9.12. E.x 14160 Ponoma I FOR BETTER USED CARS
WANTED -Apartrrnnt in Panama. .VROLET & BUICK
2 bedr.:.os, maids rocm preferred
about Dec. I. Call Panoma 3-44581 ANTED
between 4 and 6 0 clock. ] W N
FOR SALE Automobiles
S 1I.I pay cash for 1947 or later
0atl1 s LliOlOrS model Studebaker. Price must be
FDR SALE:-Mine Yawl hull con- below book value Post Oflice Box
verled to Cabin Cruiser. Mahogan\ 256, Ancon. C. Z.

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279 Central Ave. TeJ 3-0140

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Propaganda, S.A.
Agencia h ternacional de Publicaciones "u"' street corne Estudianrte St.
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2314 and 2-2798

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-The US Mutual Spearity Pro-
"lam's second progea report to
Congress, released et and
coveripa the first six months o-
1952 said that participating La-
tin American countries are rapid-
ly achieving their goals under
the program.
First, they are building strong
defenses against the posslbilly
(f Communist aggression in the
western henmaphere, and second-
iv. they are increasing producti-
vity and raising living standards
tl1ough Point Four aid provided
dnder the program:
The report names seven Latin
American republics that signed
bilateral agreements during th.
flrst six months of 1952,,Wth the
United States calling for aem-
cphert defense program. They
ire Esuador,.Peru. Cuba, Brazi
Chle. Colombia and Uruguay.
Se countries had placed or-
der fao military equipment 3-
talrnq $41,800,000 through June
30.. 1052.
l addition. mostLati Amert
al- countries have contracts
t, lHE forltUnited States tralniut
melons to advise and assist
teir mlgUtarv establishments, tne
tDete of which is mostly borne
bvf ipartlcipatins countries.
'"r programm of technical ."-
slgtance in Latin America. which
wasl started 10 years ago through
t'.e Institute of Inter-American
Affalt baa been the model for
Point:.tour activities In thp rest
of the world." the report said.
In the first half of this year,
technical aid projects were car-
ried os in 19 Latin American
p'-untis. The 1952 ororam.cails
fur an outlay of $4900000. of
which local governments of par-
tflpatinp countries are contribu-
ting $28.300.00A and the tTnlt"d
States-is provldlng $18,600,000

anything. 'Phone 2.2451 -TTn addition to basir proiranis
anything* Its. the fields of health, aanita-
2-2562. PanamA. Jon food sunplh and education.
r_ tistittes under the aid Drotram
now include technical assistance
In developing natural resources.
HIROPRACTORS ,,uslnR, transportation and com-
CHIROPRA T Inrurulcatlons. industrial and mm. -
on. A. .ad t. oRILLAC oerisl techniques, nubile, d-
(Palmer Graduateil n.iir-stption and other petivities
8 ond S 2 -0 l ,nortant to economic develon-
Saturday 8 12 noon U'ert.
as Per6 Avenue Tel. a-Mfo The progress report points out
ted States supervise the seittl
up and operatlo of these pr i
SAVF FUN ANDE p PS i'-ets unti sueh timt ODi
6 r. .artictnatinB eointr .e-
: ".ifajrf" b'tos ,flsime comrTett rbiopo
b ^InM rthk connection. 232 educA l
m tionsa rants were approval in
0U" the fields of agriculture a, hns-
tural resources in the flra hae!'
of 1952 to provide Qualified La-.
sT w L T1& ItiUNN Arw--icans with the oppor-
,i f r ,UrNN Nlt Mr advan tl trainin r n I

Tropical Theatre eciering his recent tripk .tOA L th United States.
-rom Panama to the Uned "' Another example of technlcil
FOR SALE: Kenmore De Luxe States.. accompanied Wlter q ~id given In the report I a boas-
Cleaner. Tank type, with full set Reeves and Luke Palu ol. athu |n projects In Ecuador that Pe-
of attachments. Goodrich play b-y'm slides and comrn taries calved aid from thw Ecuadoresnn
pondc 5 3-4 feet wide. Very reoa- were well received by the aui- -- government as well. a.0o,000o
sonable. Coall Albrook 2200. ence. fl tie from the US Exoort-e maOtBank1
Sc- to be used for import irtehrtls
FOR SALE:-Comera RoJleiflex with The monthly color slide con- e edd to building and ee#1)p the
Tessar lens latest model. Very nettition covered animals, birds. rfegliou Str dwellings that are leing o0-
low priced. Call 2-1693, morn- r.otiles, etc. in the Canal Zone Sor yi trusted *
ing hours. nnd Panama Windyers were Dick' NE YORK, Nov 20 (UP) -A ----
FOR SALE:-Set of Orchestra Dru Paker. firstand third lace: former Marine testified yesterday
base dnd snore with taps $75 00 capt C. S. "Townshend. second ie witnesed the execution of anUN ASKS Kseds
Phone Navy 36-8592 House 84- Honorable mentions were award- A nirica. Arm captain whdnom
F Coco Solito, 6th St. erl to Robert Hanna and DIklc torn"er B Jo n David Provoo, t ...
F-- --oa -t h S. P rker. The ludees were Messs.on trial to Wre t accused of |0 t.ll IC^CS
FOR SALE: WOMAN'S DARK n Jam Gilder and ending atS 1 1-8 thick Frames 9 EtUE winter coat, from De Pinno. Ta e col lv1Mon of the At- A tense jt ^^ ureoat The FF100
1-2 inhEes onr center; Foreard LESS C New York Size 18-20On wlyorn rntlc "a a Club i ol-nnino" Prvol"ti'se t w e othea.r-
Scabin conta,. ch.n ond rope L a N S o few times. Reasonable. Room e ormer Mar i ., Everett R. Waid
locker, Ie jackett locker and 138. Tivoli Guest House, morn- 9 annup sontoleheblnum W, Alpine, TeX., wap asker PANMUNJOM, Nov. 2
head.Truk C bin containsgall SPECIAL Teenagers Course. Learn ng d of which will be lent phooraph o apt.-The United Nation a
head ru Cab in ai Foxtro Swing Charleston -- L r announced later. Burton C. Thomson, e.tecutel bv communists today to U
7 cubc tcor ice besit 2 bunks Rumba 3 months course 520. Sat. Fown wiALh bE: Great Dok masknepuppy. At a previous meeting the te Japnese on Corregidor deliveries of rels r
40 gallon fresh aer tank. 40 4 p. BaIboa YMCA. Harne gistered Phone lalboa 1606 re black and white monthly print WolldWarn.. .w soners held by -the- eW
SH.P. Bud Diesel mtcior with' less & Dun competition covered the subject Sr.ectatora.e4ned forward in It was the thirdttime
than 100 hour.. 170 gallon fuel FOR SA.LE.-Underwood typewriter. ct "bands." Winners were Nell I ei s &aldrufm pointed to has asked the Redl tq
tanks. 24 olt system. New ply-.. Mmeogre. Safe. A-1 condition. Belland. first and second place the hoh. I parcels for Allied tsta
wood dingh, .for 4 2 chairs ON0 Cr6 cheep Telephone Panama 2-3519 and Norman Belland third. In "ThoiinThomson the far the ReO v.i
on after deck. Cri-robol Yacht -3-4059. the "ooen" contest three prints man Dsaw murdered." to exchange w.
Cidb. Number 565. A kA U. were selected to represent the., .7 ,d.,ti Today's te0"M !
Another Win IN Atlantic Camera Club in a print -r o .sVued uof inducing a letter frnlt Lt..
.,..... l lUN Director circuit in the U.S. sponsored bvy heJ aI MeO ute Thi ..on K. Harriso,. cifie ti
OCOI 900-C IO r the Photographic Society of torn .et:with his cap- legate, to Nirth tagia
S$10ck Car Race Speaks At Y America. Two of the print se- tots aft te to t Nam 1. The er S
ists Meeting; eted were'made by Margaret Japanlea,. to the Communisatsat A
Mee ngs udson scored it 4th stock Rafael FLsoni, Director of the Scheibeler and one by Julta Me- ~H~lru" e" was r.ast,.r. offers' meettW s .
:The Stewards Council of Local car victory oi tihe season recent. U.N. Information Center in Me-i- Kenzie a. a .. aamot' pool whn Harris.on first
Te0-CnO's Cristobal chanter will ly as Herb Thomia. of Olivia, co, will speak at the Balboa Y.M.I The next meeting will be held thb J.Wtup on Cor"e.i- parcel exchange. ,
nvene In. the Local's Cristo- N. C.. gunned his Hornet across C.A. auditorium this evening at r.r Dec. 1. The black and white dur. said, he ,as told Shortly after t att1.l
enoffie tonight at 7:30. the finish line a good lap ahead 8:00 p.m. on the role of the Unit~ o'li,t competition will cover two to o.f ee .sergeant i said they had taken:
TI ofof the second place car in a ed Nations in the world today. subects--"Rain" and "Animals" Mal ntl'a to pickIt uo uncr sudy.. .
This same Chapter will holdr 100-mile Grand blitional race Miss Elen 'Maraella. Secretary of Fuur prints from the "open" con- Thumson, ... When nothing hagb
i -monthly meetini at Clublat North Wilkesboro. N. C. the National Spiritual Baha'i test will be selected to represent The part. joined ov Jap- n proposed It agAt
topicall ir Colon tomorrow; Assembly of Central America the Club in the International .e of ," another l- Janever manw
in at 7:30. President Gas- In second palace was Fonty will also speak on iThe Babw'i Ch-b Print Competition to oe dier W ad he droe ettr .
wfil be present to inform Flock of Decatur, Ga., driving International Community and hold in Baltimore during De- mlra on Correl- arrlso letter .
e group of the latest develop- an Oldsmoloile. Third, fourth and e United Nations." c=mber. do .I i ion 'blei'
.e ptsI in connection with the filth positions went Lo Hudson *er,"l' tbe v took Capt rhodm- sauld ontiue to ble
n p s rec'entc eren thcewt Idrivers Don Thomas. Tim loc Tomorrow both speakers will' son oit.tiltipd him oa a bash prisoners of batl
anal Zone administration off- and Dick Rathman, giving Hud- appear at the National Univer- Tall Antenna Works and shtm," he former Mo- and harmless
wa son four places among the first sity auditorium for similar lee- Te tested. change of
On the Pacific side. the Parai- five cars finishing,. tures In Spanish. Professor Ma- DALTON. Mass. fUPl-Brucei A Jap..ese war criminal called propose."
pter will hold a meeting I nuel Fuster of the National Con- Williams, 20, an amateur Flec- f1o. Samo Prisn. in Touyo. tn
I* P at 7:30 The victory moved Thomas servatory will present two piano tronics enthusiast, has built atectifv ta.Inst Privoo h.ui']; l:- -atri6i
_r ....... closer to the top spot In the selections. 120-foot television an tennalgean his testimony In .TapeeI
.B i, Grand Nationrl point cham- Ithat all.tws him to receive pro- bfr'oe ef se.sounsel obinite Set At
rnivoIl Dance pionship race. He now tralls The public is cordialy invited grams for 18 stations. He'can that the translation was.not nc-! A -
T- Tim Flock. or Atlanta, Ga.. by to attend both lectures which get as many as three stations rate. The An I
sses Begin the slim margin of 143 points promise to be of special Interest on one channel by rotating the TI-e witness. Betaro Ful-a 32. Dance -1 I
with two races remaining on the to residents on the Isthmus. antenna. er-'ing 0 years at had labor held bt4
night At JWiB schedule. Thomas was the 1951 waes said to be the sergeant who this Sat
Grand National stock car cham- ordire Waid rm to drive him tO will beqe ar
nival dance classes beg pion. He has seven wins In the tle'14Wgta.7-uanell to ick ,p and wW i,
:~t nival daninlat thbeinUat current season against eight for -' Tha t day be wa' shot. stunt a
7: this evening at the USO- lok s Qu stioned by ass atant U 9. aln
PrL Armed Forces Service Cen- Flock. Quoned by assistant U 9. slon.
J Armed Forces Service Cen atton% Moses L. Kove. the Jap- vice
ter Boca Road. under the di- Starting in pole position, Tho- Ses priposer testified he was a to ser
S n of Capt Luis Tva of mas waged a duel with Fonty was crinAhal serving a untence planning
Pa a. ] Flock, Tim's brother, for the becaie 'W' the crime I hove
ne the popular dancesto lead in early stages of the race. cuwnittle of oteyin the ile'.al1
e ht will be the tambo The hard-driving tarheel" ace o ay erior office. .ia
S a. and others. These classes gradually widened his lead, and At thi t ttornev Murray
t ntinue until the Carnival was never headed for the re- Oobected tha F -
li vs commence, inaining distance. His time for t stu d In Japanes he
tnd th the 100-m ile grind was 1 houri; Iniprt Re,. e qhootintg
tary personnel and their 51 minutes. 52 seconds. He made g ,o a t.-.. Oorreg-
and the public, are cor- no pit stops.
In the qualifying time trails,
.^ Thomas turned the half-mile --
Lb a 1M dirt track in 29.0 seconds, break- COMPLE I EL
e. 4 41eer aing his own track regard of W-. N -, "V .. .
-S N o .a 219 set laat year with a Hud- -
*-ey= Hornet. It was the t ONks
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FOR MERITORIOUS Se xi against the eneny j t ,
from October 30, 1950 to ay 15, 1951, M/Sgt. Julo :
of the 33d Infantry Re:ient, received the. Dran8, aBb
from U. ooL Frank RL Linrell, acting Commiander
Infantry., this week in Regimental Headquarters a iortjKob_..
In ortea Ayala served as Section Laoder of a
Rifle Platoon with the 65th Infantry*bt
this outfit through North Africa, k- e d FTW &Ad_
War 2, and was a member of the t fo .11 jIt
first a eLtet ln..iU4M Ayala a been let t
Company, ~d~.~4nantr since: e 1953. He Is u ati
ayy. Puerto Rico. .

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Loaste mentioned come in that
S Choate then quted a let-
te r ni romer her sbnd'a opervla -
or--who said Sote o a "aey
mgp. and we can't afford to losw
bian" i
Witlk rgard to-we question
tsoenorlty, the Ilibbi r ermbr

Jffrsflrgsret eb1nOl ehSof

bra ,f "In defeUs-of my coun
earlier iby Donoy= ;who said the
council's n sure in 1947
was 'unralwif, al pntdout
ibM the -Caual w"a swtl aniro-

day in Val bo ai ugritnitj
She had been fin $101 I. s
Au t for a similar tfnse
irsPoester's addkest o tht
arrest r porwas len as
.Chiva; ne was apprehmended.
6:45 p.m. Tueado.
of the. hearing, be tnol
thq 'evidence. Nglpe eximf-
that the mAnutets o -o aot.o
of -Drectdrs ra 4 f rbo
and 12 had not as t. f
causn t e.y nhaa Ot cniu
gain since then.

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AMgiven by the members of the
F. rt Davis N. C. 0. Wives Cliut
at the home of Mrs. 8. F. Jone
-HI i-EceIl C a -i .loel A ea 'Rlan, iC, ~ 6atof Tuesday to compliment Mrs.
Rt eptAMle of Panama and the I ... IrTof-he Mn Paul A. Voight who is leaving
.aW. thSe a. Mr. E. AmaU, of next week with Sergeant Volght
J tMrJailll.giv"e -An t their for duty in Puerto Rico.
0" t t. the AbMi Bravo The luncheon table was co,-
-.ered with a fine cut-work cloth
-'- th*e." fti t .ics- and centered with tropical flow-
and Mrs* ers flanked by green tapers.
*hV4,T vernor of The ladies presented the hon-
hleri^^nse, nd the oree a farewell present of an
embroidered table cloth.
A rt Crandal l
Ds t1ei 0iot Croedalr, The memberss present were:
Mario Merero,s ose Mrs.L. F. Wooard, Mrs. B
STrllot Mrs. Jose h itten, Mrs. T. Brooks, Mrs
Mr. a~d .$tabeen C% Mrs. Russell Mann, centspreo n.
~W w R uaMann,Ms.r W. H. illUey, Mrs. A. E. Orr,
irle yrs, C" r,,BdMwa bd Mann, Mrs. John ory b Sy Mr Jo
-ant"-l tndsto rne,, Mrs. Monteith Black- Mn.iC. C. t Joh n .
haemS /LaMrs, J9 fph Mshelley,..Mrs. D. Hall, Mrs.
t, ,anci rial- Winmn M rE A 6 ham.8p Mrs .Ar H. B. Mura 1 te Mrs W Cland,
-w elt rr59ppq'0 Mrs. Joseph Cotes. Mrs. ifin, Mrs. .orcutt
6r W iQi. gItWR easer, Mrs. Frankelah Mrs. Wh, .in, k ru
eaday evetkln.i 0 te. sLe, r. Loyd re'lMrs. B. SF. Jonesa, Mrs. J. T.

thVe Trio Mria rPic Loy
dauhtrBreach, Mrs. J o s e pt Prince,' Mrs. Ray Morody, and
hd a 0 Wd-hrs. Clarence Harvey,
o~on G arold Hansen, Mrs.Job. 0 mt
t rd n White. Mrs. John Byrd, tr tl. HIg School
dd- w e Frd Crumley, Mrs. Orrin ber members of Thespian
day elUng rey, and Mrs. Owen Talbert. Troupe 217 and the Dramatic
Dais Chapel, Club of the Cristobal H I g h
t-the he hr. r School will present "Gramercy
ver.I Voyage Party Ghost" in the School audito-
Sanbde oou. tlMoanti ie M
d e .ta o Mwr -r. M Wh ha rium Friday and Saturday eve-
dand benvrnd issionIs75centsper person.
e s5e, M rs..a sn-n-lawCaptaina d8 p
y rtMr. John Sterrett, of New Crkst Meleading characters are be-
Shirley Mr t. rMr was honored with a bone.wvC e Ing portrayed yMargaret Jou-
,Mr. Andrew P. otil party given by Cap idry, Carl Pinto and Isaac Pel-
S erand ula and Mrs. Leonard H ed a p- tynovch. Miss Mary J e a n n e
ta aain and Mrs. A. H. prnt e Wiesen i directing the myste-
S tmenth w e r at the Hart residence Sunday ly p ay.
buffi table, which evening. H-
n gdks, tenlafoatel car-
mpers Mrs. Muss daJll yesterday onb s~nd Strangles
the.d He Marrncede
whereV she Wisit members dde. He Mi ned
t her family. beoie returrig to

redtscosed Is o e: Cap In Menial Hospital

Iigue 4 1 : Captain an Mrs. E. .- Rainier, into a Coney Island police sta-
o. F-IA Ee ors aptai anMk.WIlam Hop- tion today and said he had
W1ian .- s, iCaptain -and Mrs. George strangled his bride of six months.
S l Wit Captain nd Mrs. Robin whum he had met when thev
ran Mrs da Boyton, r Enixon. Captaln and Mrs. J. F. both were patients at a state
. "t. d h oldi Ms Mar- Deity, aand Captain and Mrs. Roy hospital for the mentally ill.
ars I Med owf o earn. "I don't know why I did It-she
_(l a.reD t r otil_-,v e k ed a good wife,"' Harold Ernst
Tft.-r -Trn'aer and A mirrored centeapieoe of a told. detective Amedeo Lombardi.
Ishs, m. T i" t a andaboat with tropical flowers Police said Ernst, a slight,
OS5Thi? crt sadand white tapers wat used on rood-natured appearing man,
S. aS.. (hthe buffet table, told them he strangled his wife,
S, Frieda. 37, a former dental as-
]n.e !Jh.f-A .. Shstant, at she slept in the Brook-
he0S1 oLhe g8Vtu Fort Dails Cldb' I'm apartment the Department
Co KHom a Mr Voalgt cf Welfare had obtained for them
earror MMeWi Siet rs A bon voyage luncheon was last week..-
hteroitheirt pident. --rs. Detectives went to the apart-
Se? Of e- terH .as foUnd phe jama-clad

r. L oa iad i at tol him
42f.. had met his wife when the.,
's wrle. tit gat.e Cree r tate
W..4-Skoiiy ago. 'imat
d ra kMre #aisa eril tiosBe. b ut it waE
-i. lia. ,tt of e Fride f had been

Aou' mh" l& s l e rarrled lsr nd
bus am Meet.. s a flted hs ie, he ala d NAY
5 .of r canatsta2aglAfter the erwaedrole4.Ernst
"O e~eT priznes i fo c wsaes"t ack to tWe hospital
We&- by .pLMr&zue;ra- shortly af er, however., and
..r eorgewa& released on -parole agaln O0t.
N Mer ler 9 S M.n "Ernst said he awakened this
.. ohn ie Juy to find his wife stilla-
tI* tk.* winner. r rs.slee .H lighted qelgaret. he
Q, edor.wii n. saI. ,and sat with his legs daug-
The'n alev th owere: 1ing off the Side p0. the bed.
UP Othiff/ed l Mn. e wre. Then. he calmfly leaned ovew nd
i, Newhard, Mrs. Ho0wa r d strangled his wife, he told polee
Hri~l; Ms. S Rowley, Mrk.. After the slnyiy. Er nst .dreM-
ed and went -to melieritozi-
,MrnsI, Fr ed WJ- lice station.
-', W~hI without em0otiopu.
.. +" ,1w' Ma- Authorities cbeckd and found
flop,-his story to be true.

0Mawford ..4Mrw..John r- T Ay Y o1r,
amd Ms. s 't Arno.

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BIRTHDAY SUITS-Oldest and newest United States Marine Corps are modeled by two Marines at the
Capitol, in Washington, as part of the Corps' celebration of its
founding. 177 years ago on Nov. 10. One vestige of the old uniform
remains in token form in the tight collar of the blouse. It was
originally a leather neck-stock, which protected the wearer, from
sword cuts, and gave to theCorps their nickname of "Leathernecks."


AN 'tW MA INE.rI I-Lt. BECKONS--Tis old ihthouse
which once ,welcomed home ships at. sea, now helps to beckon
home sh*lp that ri7 1 .g airwaves. Located at Mayport, Fla.,
wires from its long-unused lainmp housing aid operation oL naval
radar tower, the "lighthouse" of the sky lanes, left.


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M:i Peggy Sage, the iatentionaBy famoa.
hand-beauty authority, brings you direct from her
S... -- .isSalon... a new, an iusiytiy ber nail pm.-
l-..- ft a different method of solor blending. Now gone
I! "ge -_ farzveg is any trace of mudd-itens -ainstead
S. .:Mclear colors that.~sakh able a vt.

. .. .......+ .. a .*,' .. .. .. .'lh"dea iu ExprB O rown the
.. a jewel-like hardnes o 'i lute as d
S a is ithe perfrmane of Peggy Suge,
S -. ,ented in the most : nail
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Opening lead-# 3

When a player doesn't lead a
suit that he has bid and that, his
partner has raised, the reason
Isn't hard to find. Almost Invar-
iably. the "strange "lead will
turn out to be a singleton, and
c'eclarer must therefore take nil
precautions against giing the
defenders a ruff.
When today s hand was play-
ed, South didn't see the danger
nal and succeeded in going down
West opened the three of dci-
mronds, and declarer foolishly
plaveed low from the dummy.
East won with the king of dia-
rwonds and returned the sult, al-
lowing West to ruff. No matter
how South struggled. West was
bourd to win R trick later dn with
the king of spades, and 'ast was
oduallv sure to win a trick with
the kin e of hearts. Down one.
aSuth should have read the
opening lead as a singleton with-
out the slightest difficulty, The
correct hlav is to win the first
trick with the ace of diamonds.
Sand to follow with the ase of
4i s adeR and the ten of saedeq in
. order to get the trumps out with-
out delay.
West's best defense is to tsak
the second trump with the king
and to return a heart. Dummy
wins with the ace of hearts and
draws the last trumu with the
nine The- of diamonds Is
there, led from dummy and South
Imus4 he areweed to lt't Siq ride
Tfot a finesse if East plays low
When the hand is played In
this way. South loses one ,pnde.
mone heart and one diamond, thus
makinir his contract.





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-jISITORS -RE HOSTS AT DINNER guests at 12:30 p.m. on Wednes-
day, November 26, at the Union
The Honorab.e ( harles It. Howell and Mrs. Howell. of Club. Card games will be play- r
Neiw Jere., nlho are visitors to the Isthmus, were hosts at a ed following the luncheon.
dinner gRien last eseI:Ing at tie Hotel El Panama In honor Reservations may be made by
of .kljor Macon (. Michaux andI Mr%. Michaux of Farfan. telephoning Mrs. A. C. Medin-
.nmung IIho- attending 'cieC Mrs. Howell's father, Mr. Iger at Balboa-2419; Mrs. Adela
11ill.anm I. Hoc. andtl Mr,. lHern B. Ward, who also arrived C. de Sosa at 28-2-0072; or Club
on the i,-imuf oluinta.i fur a brief visit here. Headquarters.
(ongAre I.inal Party oit Sunday. November 16, at the !USO-JWB To Present
'in .,ai oluir, ,.rt ClaNLon Army Hospital. 'Th.anksgi.ving Coencert_
Ia o 11 v a %ii l" r ". .ilngswori lis w ne1o o-I The USO-JWB Armed Forces
-\:, ',i l 10 Ri,.n l .mc R oager Brad. dauh ter Service Center will sponsor a
a *.di. iii.i. i a sJohn Braoy of Thanksgiving con ert on Mon-
o, In ll 0 Atlantic City, New Iday, November 24, presenting .
IL..... tl 5.Q..1- the La Boca School AlumninI?
COL0. .'1.' .1n g t. t Mr. Hunsinger returns iChoir under the direction of.. .
c& u NW. I Ue rnpun e nst rcuador Miss Emily Butcher. The con-
a'1 R Rw .a ana M, Lee Hunsingei, of Gua- cert will open at 8:15 p.m. at FRANCES GREENING, Canal Zone artist, whose palhtin-gs
S. A. aoii .'i n yaquil Lituatio. wno ha. oen the USO-JWB. General admi will be exhibited by the Canal Zone Branch of the National
t. RprLoert a ve visiting on the Isthmus or the .ln is 31.00; students 50 cents: League of American Pen Women, from next Sunday to Dec-
.ul Da past sv,al oays as the nouseand military personnel will be ember 3rd at the Little Gallery, Hotel Tivoli.
p. .ia.vie .,nd Mis. Tnomas ,.j.4s Mi. ,anc Mrs. O. C. admired free of charge.
iuo. iepesentativc an inN;yeis o, Beiooa. left oy plan,'
I.. iazi ROanas,e i e:,:Pt in-onl uesaay to return to his Thanksgiveng Reservationss .dl f e -
SanL isli. LO..o.tld *lt- n almle in h Sucn alor. May tBe Moade At TivoliCl Ge en S
It .. n Mr.. iccompanieciuod n ,thiii I r Reservations may now be Frances Gee n ogf i Show"
t, accompaie .. -'pr i, i I Regional made at the Hotel Tivoli for
a1 1isc. Cr.enp J. ZeabocKi. To Be November 24 either Thanksgiving luncheon
NIrand Id S1J4P1 w Regional meeting of the or dinner which will be served m11 i l [ Sunday
S1. 1 BCa.e ande ali, Wol A N iena l eting of the on Thursday. November 27, from f Paintings O pen s p Su nd
',n Bcail. Repr esent a t i. \Womn's Auxilary of tre Ep-o
S.... .hi Lnari. e. runCell. copalian Chuich. Pacific Side. 11m00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.; a nd
*. -,.isertative and Nli s Chailez- vxiill meet in Bishop Morris Hall rom 6:00 to 8:30 p.m.
--p .ol eiton anct Re p,. seia- An the Latiedial ox St Lutze oil nA one-man art show by Fran- lit. of Panama and of the Cani
tlv: and Mrs Albert P. Moiano Monday, November 24, at 7.30 Pan r Gcets Bolles Greening will hang in Zone is cordially invited to at
pm PanamanianGvvs the Little Gallery. Hotel Tivoll. tend this exhibit which will ope
l,..,lian-Young Marriage 1 1ne Delegates who attended from next Sunday to December n Sunday.
io .ze oaemnized ths Lvening the ucncrai Council i Boston Celti 3rd. The show will be one of the -
l__ ariaage of Miss Mary, be the speakers; and the aM .. Aat regt.lar schedule of exhibits pre- W fa Month
Li ..... Huluv.,s,. daugui t:e o. h,, n challenge In the Sun will s. uented by the Canal Zone Branch
S A, an, Mrs. James P. Sull- be shown. I Francisco Sinchez of Panama of the National League of Amer-
Si..Lt Los Altos. Calaiouiia. to All women of the District are City was awarn.d a graduation iceLr. Pen Women of which Mrs. on .o. ,a
j, ;anms P. Young, Jc,. sonu of t Uosalv invited. ceetificate at the United States :eenin Isa member. 0se At aCliay on
.n1C irs James e young. Embassv yesterday afternoon Mrs. Greening who lives in
Si. oR De Batiy, Florida, will c General Meeting at a brief ceremony witnessed (tun with her husband. Juan Wacs of the 7448th Army Un
, n.- .....n,;.d ti.s evening a( .00 O College Club Dec. I by Panaimantian and U. S. Gov- F Greening, a lockmaster on the at Fort Clayton last week select
Sp .iIn the Sacred lHeat Chap- A general meeting oi the Ca- ernment officials. 4tl ntic Locks, has been on the ed Private First Class Lee Bry
e* e, .. ..on. 'nal zLone College ub will beM Robert B.Memminger, Coun- sthmus since 1931. She beganant to wart n hecrownasWac-o
a inv.lations have been is-. neld on Monday, Dec. 1, at 7:30|selor of th.a U.S. Embassy, re-'-t'td inr art locally in o 1946 id the.Month for aNovember
BL-. a u lA lends of the p.m. at the Jewish Welfare sented Sinchez with a Certifi- sent the 1950 and 1951 sumThe pretty brunette was h
Scuplare initd Board n Balboa. cate of MeritIn Air Navigation asons working with Ro en or her always neat and tr
S;ptlol h. wedd and I The program will be in charge ully completing a Civil A rueO- Brackman. noted U.S. portrait appearance, her military knov
:e (ofe ;of the Music A ppreclatlion nfauac4-Aoministratuon training and still life painter, at his sum- ledge and bearing, and for th
S el(ofee Honors Group, under the Chairia.snipcourse in the United States un- studio in Noank. Conneetl- way she performs her duties I
A .Thompsond 'of Miss Gladyyi Elkins. Christ- der the Foreign Nationals Train- cut the detachment and on the job
-.5s Adeolea Dillehay aned ina.s music will be presented. ing Program of the Department Numerous awards have been. Private Bryant has been in th
M. MAlec M: were rco-hol- Mrs. Sigurd Esser is chairman of Commerce and the Point Four received by Frances in art shows Canal Zone for one year, arri
e at a surprise e coffee hour d Of the hostesses who are Mrs. Program. in the Canal Zone in recent ine fromFort Sam Houston. Te
gin Lthius morning at the Na- Hope Benowitz, Mrs. Sergio Be- ear as where she was graduated fro
Sval Reservation, Fort Amador, thancourt, Mrs. Constant Chase. SAnchez received two weeks In the very recent AerEan the Medical Laboratory Tchn
Uin linor o Mrs. Connie Thomp- Mrs. W. H. Davis, Mrs. Lawrence of orientation in Washington A N Week Exhibit sponsored by clans' School. She works in th
son, wife of Lieutenant M. Getz, Mrs. Hans Kater, Mrs. D. C., before being sent to the the Canal Zone Are League, Pediatric and Maternity wards
'I n.npsun. 17N. OffIcee in Lawrence Hognson, Mrs. o(. C. CAA Aeronautical Center. Willher oil painting "Puerto Pilon" the U.S. Army Hospital, Fo
ChD of the 'Radio Stationa LcTridge, Mrs. John Lewis. Mrs Rogers Field, Oklahoma City, and a pastel portrait "Dorrie" Clayton. and in her own wa
Bai,1 a.'mnty guests attended W. R. Lindsay, Mrs Lewil.s B. for o and a half months Of received honorable mentions. p.oides cheer for patients wit
thr gathciing. 'Mooret Mrs. L. B. Sartain, Mrs. Lechmnical traIning in teletype ""aboga Church" received a scintillating and ever-read
a ..Cutenant and Mrs Thomp- Roy Stockham, Mrs. Glenn Tref- maintenance and operation sIndlar award in the local Pen smile.
Sson plan to leave the Zone on finger. Mrs. Morton Thompson, From there he proceeded to the V omen Exhibit sat Match. On Twenty-one years old. this pe
SNovember 26 aboard the USNS Mrs. Subert Turbyfill, and Mrs. Fourth Regional Offlee of the of her oil patings, "Palms at and energy Wae hals from Gra,
* Goethals for the United States George Wright. CAA in Fort Worth. Texas, alete Paint." was chosen by teville ermont. In June 19
w i:. te Lieutenant, Thompson' where thorough on the job Wrlu of natfmnally famous artists she received her diploma fro,
Swill take up new d u t e s in ThanksgivingBuffet training with aeronautical ra- to hang in the Biennial Art Er- the Spaulding High School i
W ashington. To Be Held Friday dio aids remote control systems h'bit of the National League of Barre, Vermont d in Decem
-The Woman's Alliance of the of communications, and tele- American Pen Women at the Na- a 19050tjoiasd t*,Woen's Al
D' r-Meet ..a O Unitarian Society will hold a type assembly and repair fo- ticnal Giery of Fine Art 'Corps. -
S* Lodge. n'thanksgiving buffet supper at loved Washington. D.C. lat.April: 'l r earea n ..
s ...1) a o, the Isthmian Ca- the home of Mrs. Richard. -H. In Deceplber. @i e Vanr l *l i lli.
Si. Rebekah Lodge No. I were Jenks, 1419 Carr Street, B 1boa,1 At present there are six other Zone Art' fltbeordd *i l1ao a m ber bit.
hr i on Tuesday evening at a on Friday, Nov. 2], at 7:00 p.m. Panamanian trainees in the U one-man show of her paintin WAC Cocl w l
cdi: nrr meeting given at the There is no charge for the 8.. four of whom ar.? studying She is active in the Art Leagi grievances from itn
W..: Memorial on Balboa Road supper but guests will be given airport traffic control. and one in the local branch of Americ a 1nd trig to find-
in celebration of the occasion the opportunity to contribute each studying airport manage- Pen Women and in the Atlan W W I ai t.
ot.he 153rd birthday anniver-to the Service Committee s Pro- ment and aviation mechanics Art Guild. e to th- e,
s. of the Odd Fellowship. ject. he current exhibit will co4 atte Brant ys that she pl a
H. nied guests were Members i All those interested in attend- ra in 29 paintingsra in oils and pa n a career of tirsin
Sor lne Odd Fellows and of the Ing are extended a cordial in-' Scholars Fromts withsubectsincludbbm del
S1:- sii Canal Rebekah Lodge vitation .. landscapes, still life. flower at t j. iB larnt. VeWrmon
S2 of Cristobal. Ee inLatin Countries dies and.oortraits. .K ar- m fromlthq W &11
s Mari b:e wBennett was the'Exeutive Board Meeting Cy The public, both of the Rep
C. *.an in charge of the din- November 28 Study eog Bure yh 15.
1n. ..l iangen cents, and was as-' The Executive Board of their l 'tu Carto aphy
si.. d by MIIrs. John Vo-s, and District Wom-.n's Auxiliary of
isi Gietchen Warren; Mrs. the Episcopalian Church wl Sllo even Latin American coun-
tbla Gul R o tries are represented in the re-
Sd; cake wnich was decorated;Cathedral of St. Luke on Fri-phiec school being sponsored
in icing with the emblems of day, November 28 at, 9:30 a.m J jointly by the Inter-American
th Looges. Mrs. W. C. Mer- I 'Geodetic Survey and the In-
chpnt decorated the tables for Ancon Kindergarten Istitute o Inter-Amerean Af-
th"' inner meeting. The large Moves Tomorrow atute of Inter-American A -
table was bright with croton The Ancon Kindergarten will,: The school opened' August 20
Ic:..cs and zinnias and orna-'be moved from the Ancon wit ani enrollment of 23 st u-
i.. candles following the School to the old Ancon Police dents.
T. -nsgiving motif, and tne Station on Friday. During tu.? 10 to 18 weeks of
qoiicer's table was centered with the school. course work will be
n arrrangement of orchids. Mrs. Dancing Tomorrow Night given in photogrammetry, sur-"
:1.y Holmer was p ro g r a m There will be dancing tomor- veling map reproductioncarto-
., .,an and in charge of the row night at the American Le- graphic drafting and geodetic .
candlelight service, which fol-'gon Club in the Amador Area. compute action. gedet COMPLETELY ED
1 ithe dinner. 'Music will oe furnished by a9 The school Is located at the
.d Fellows attending in- three piece ensemble. Members training site of IAOGS in tbhe
1: d Mr. W. D Williams. Mr. and their guests are cordially Panama Air Depot area. Some
se. Williams. Mr. Semon The- 'invited to attend. c h e are WEEKS
ri U Mr. Hans Pedersen. Mr. ducted atwthe Corozale Ma n Re- ON DISPLAY IN
William Dobson and Mr. Fianklummage Sale November 2 production Porant.
rS. CThe Neighborhood Committee AGS is providing eight blin- -
'Rebekahs attending from the'of the Balboa Girl Scoutswill gUal instructors, equipment and
Atlantic Sid. were Mrs. Maude'hold a rummage sale on Sat- the training The Institute of
Lawrence, Mrs Elizabeth Wil- urday, November 29. at 9:30 a I nter-American Afaers furnish- ,.

m ham oers M r"y Emma Estes, Scouts and parents have been: tr ansportation c t Al of t h e
J14Mr. Betty Marshall. Mrs. Frie- asked to bring rummage to the students are living at Tivuli
a Boydston, Mis. Lorey Wray Balboa Girl Scout Little House Hote Tl.SN
I and Mrs. Margaret Schofield. 'Mondays through Fridays be- "
J itween the hours of 3:00 and
'WIlliam Ellingstroth Jr. 1:00 p.m. until November 21. First Portrait ..
is Recent Arrival Fr Portrai
"'Lieutenant and Mrs. William I A W C To Hold Of Elizabeth BD .o Wi p unrht only
Ilingsworth of Fort Kobbe an- Thanksgiving Luncheon anpearktc wn.-
nounce the birth of a son, Wil. The Inter-American Women's Shown I*. London
,Idl Ellinswoi;ii Jr. wvein. Club will hold a Thanksgiving _,
painted by Amerimn artist -'
public showing today at the
UNDERWOOD Typewriters, anun:l show of the Royal is- '.'
SUNDSTRAND Addin Machines ohe oortrat i the irut done IA n[
.,the young qEhep since she J
ODHNER Calculating Machines W'aaumedt theithrone. It shows
corated with the blue assh of '
ALMACEN SALAS the Order of the Garter. h,
the cent&'r of the exhibition.- ...... "






Your Coimmnutlty Stion

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Today, Thursday, Not j 20
3:30-Music for TIuraday
4:00-Great Artists
4:15-Bob Uberly
4:30-What's Yodir Favorite
5:35-What's Your Favorite
6:30-Rlcky's Record Shop
6:45-Lowell Thomas
7:00-The Master of Ballantrae
(Petronlo Record Shop)
8:00-Short Story Theater
8:30-Music of the Gay 90's
8:45-U.P. Commentary
9:00-Paul Temple (BBC)
3'3--Donald Voorhees (VOA)
U:00-Dance Music
10:15-Musical Interlude
10:30-Moonlight Mood
11:00-The Owl's Nest
12:00-Sign Off
Tomorrow. Friday. Nov. 21
6:00-SiRn On and Alarm Clock
7:30--Request Salon
?: 15--Morning Varieties
8:30-Musical Reveille
9:15- Come and Get It
9:30-AS I See It
10:05-Off the Record
11:05-Off the Record (Contd)
12:05-Luncheon Music
12:30-Popular Music
1:15-Personalit y Parade
1:45-Lum and Abner
2:00-The Old Chisholm Trail
2-15--Songs of France (RDF)
2:30-Afternoon Melodies
2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:00-All Star Concert Hall
3: lb-The Little Show
3:30-Music For Friday
4:00-Musat Without Words
4:15-Cas L tma' Time
4:30-What's Your Favorite
5:16-EM M ON TfE AIA-

Anderson sald t:i
resubmittlra, thf41i
1954 election.- ....
day of off0 i
state's 68
128,765 votes We
the measure, and
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drew an admiring crowd. TH
8103 Bolivar Ave.-Tel. 537 Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt com-
missioned the portrait and. af- .. .
Colon, R. P. ter the exhibition here, it will
__________________ _____ hang in the British embassy In
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To Our Customers In The Canal Zone
We wish to notify you that Mr. Andr6s Guti6rrez is
*o longer connected with our company, and as of the
currentt date we will not accept as payed any bills
oltlected in his name.
)ur present collectors have the proper identification.
'lease ask them to show their credentials.
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aehooF a^tr the^waT had tArMS joined some famUil friends
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Sis urlvralk days '*0 lwt ion Copany. Detroit,
SStanle followed him to
the sta tes ortly. th wer e
.Quartlr- drafted Stanley In late 1 50:
Pete I May 1951. Stanley War

Sbtwen Rusai afnd recently discharged f r o m te
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S e pe arid other younger mother lexan-
~hedl ad hs der1n andre still n a job as a.
l-P elih M'tY. who were fight- ftct. six months ago. Alexander
"ftreIn e tti. oowevetheCompanPolshAr.Detro
r p o t, and his.- Corporal S younklewgc arrlv-
b"Army.nTioe Red Intltrtion ed in the Panam Canal Zone a
ellandi Russian ear ago. He is a Waduate 1950

ot~1c .epleed all tbe P.. Fort Ouliek NCO School where
aifahtn a. repi e'atOhbne be stood in the upper level of
petI"'$sw-'.old PeterOl,. class. Today 1951e s a squad
desert the Ruuten nliUtarv leader? of-the scopt section of B
can and oed the Polish guer- Company. Alan
i^lwo J U B pon released from the Armnd
Now thd battle the eum was drafhe en to back to Detrussian
occuAfter of he thewetrv. ebothe and lis old job. to live in the

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Du Pont Lawyer Says Govt.

May Take Ridiculous Position
CHICAGO, Nov. 20 ('UP) States and possibly In the world.
The defense charged today that Harlan said the government
the government's anti-trust suit would, try to do with artificial
against the D Pont industrial 'facts' what it "cannetdo di-
empr Is a reckless attack on rectly but must do in a round-
the "size of the defendants." about fashion."
John- M. Harlan, representing He-said the suit "either re-
E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and fuses or falls to recognize normal
Co., predicted in federal court business and investment- mo-
the government will take "some tlives."
extreme and ridiculous position" The civil action charges that
in an effort to prove its case. defendants Pierre and Irene du
Federal Judge Walter J. Labuy Pont and their company foster-
is hearing the biggest anti-trust ed a family stock control of GM
suit in court annals, in which and U. S. Rubber in restraint of
the government seeks to break trade. The stock allegedly is held
du Pont's alleged control over In three private holding corn-'
General Motors Corp. and US. pansies which also are defend-
Rubber Co. ants.
The trial, heard without a Harlai predicted the govern-
jury, is expected to last eight meant wbuld try. to show that
months. Christiana Securities Co., one of
Harlan expounded du Pont's the defendants holding compa-
ide of the case atfer prosecutor nles, was a vehicle by which the
Willis Hotchkiss opened for the du Ponts sought to control mul-
government T u e as d a y with a tiple enterprises.
charge that the company and .He said that actually Chris-
the du Pont family have per- tiana was formed in 1915 to buy
petrated an "unparalleled" mo- out T. ColesMan du Pont, who
nopoly. wanted to' retire from active
ticipatlon in the du Pont Co.
Harlap,.hcwever, charged that Harlan also assured the court
the "real theory" of the govern- that the- giant chemical and
ment'is "fantastic" accusation is munitions firm would not try
an "attack on the size of the to make capital of the work it
defendants." has done for the government In
The three corporate defend- building atomic energy plants. at
ants were called by the govern- $1 fees. He. said the sole Issue
mejt. an industriall trinity" un- Is whether du Pont has "traaa-
equalad. in size Jn the United greased .anti-trust laws."

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of wh er e Is enoyig th et dog he's munching on. The
Yugoslav dlcetatr me f with the typically Amercan delicacy
when he ted the gall aqtthe4dratpfttrrler USS Coral Sea
whenit cIit 'b I. Inhto is Yugoslav Minister
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3.. "MABNA" ............ .................I...Nov. 20
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S.S "HREDIA" ...............................Nov. 35
Si. "JAMAICA" ..................................Nov. X
S.S. "CAPE COD" ................................No. 30
S.S. "FRA BURLANGA" ........................Dec. 2

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We wish to announce a now spealal round trip rate of
$MeH@. for p-sn oe ow twelve puMssuer shtpe salltlf
weekly from B a to Lee Anloes or San Fraesee,
retaining fIrom Los Anteles. akets Umted to roar
etaft. effective September 15th to May 15th.














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St lizer: Costs Will Rise

If Controls Are Abandoned
A ONTON .Nov. 20 (lVP) aluminum and other metals,
rI*S Uer The 2. Woods building materials and machin-
S ance warnig to the ery, he said.
w publlcan Congress today "I do not believe that either
ew sad consumer costs the new adminsration or the
1arply if Artee controls. new Congress wl want to aban-
Led next spring. don price tabfltst6n on April
eously. he announced 30." Woods added.
i ei prices will be aua- Sen. Burnet ~ Maybitnk
fd on all apparel, on (D-B.C.), out-going chairman of
St wholesale and perhaps the Senate. Banking Committee.
1 of which have been told a news conference.~-how-
Betabelow present ceilings,. ever, he believes efforts will be
Woo 'made no mention of made to end all control soon
Sth&tfl he also is conaldreing after Congress convenes.
o back retail beef ceilings He said he did not know of
to the lower cattle prices. any senator who specifically
Iut the American Farm Bureau plans such a move but added:
FedseftIa charged in a state- "I imagine some people will in-
meat toay that such action troduce resolutions to discon-
w a ly "make a bad situa- tinue controls."
IoiA WO'0" A decision on wage, price and
.. 'rent controls will be one of the
Woodg told a House-Senate first., major problems President-
"wa=thdo committee on de- elect Eisenhower must face af-
fens auction that lifting of ter he takes over in January.
over some items does It seemed doubtful the new
not ma agency no longer GOP Congress would vote any
onoisa -substantial extension of controls
E sd there is "danger that after the April deadline.
ostz d in limited areas--es- parel has been in the works for
eclaly tha closely related to months and a ddelsion on beef
the defense program may ceilings is due Monday.
spread throughout the econo- Lowered retail ceilings for beet
my." would reflect recent declines in
It controls were limited now, live. cattle prices caused by step-
he said, prices would rise ir- ped-up marketing.
medUately on "a. number of con- A farm bureau spokesman
sumeroods," inluding' bread, said that rather than roll back
milk, gasoline, fuel oil and laun- prices, Woods should remove
dry and dry cleaning services,. meat controls "so that normal
They also would rise immed- adjustments can be brought a-
lately on some 200 Items sold bout in retail and wholesale
mainly to business and the gov- prices through operation of sup-
eement. including steel, copper, ply and demandd"


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1950 Ford DeLuxe Tudor Six, black $1390
1950 Ford Custom Fordor V8, gray 1390
1950 Ford Custom Tudor V8, black 1390
1950 Ford Fordor V8, gray ....... 1390
1950 Ford Custom Tudor V8, blue 1390
1951 Ford Custom Club Coupe V8,
green .... ............ 1550
1951 Mercury Club Coupe, green... 1990
1949 n oln Cosmo. Fordor,
Aseridan blue .............. 1875
1950 Studebaker Champion
S Oulb Coupe, black ......... 1290
1951 Studebaker Champion
24oor, dark green .......... 1500
1947 Studebaker Champion
Clb Coupe, black ........... 700
1947 Studebaker Commander
door, lightblue .......... 825
.1950 Chevrolet 4-door, light gray .. 1380
1950 Chevrolet 2-door, green .... 1375
1950 Chevrolet Station Wagon,
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1951 Kaiser 4-door, green ........ 1425
1949 Plymouth 2-door, black .... 1090
1949 Pontiac 4-door 6, light blue.. 1360
1949 Poeftac Club Coupe 6, '
dark green ................ 1350
1941 Pstiac 4-door 8, black ...'... 875
1949 Nash 600 4-door, black ...... 950
1948 Packard 4-door. dark blue.... 990
1949 OldUoile Club Coupe, black 1490
194 Chrysr Wlindsor 4-door, gray 990M
1946 o Super Six 4-door, black s00
1946 kck Roadmaster 4-door,
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First In 39 Years For

q Mai In Second Division
NEW YOR, Nov. 20 (UP)-Hank Sauer, of the
Chicago Cubs, became the National League's most
S valuable player today the first man from a second,
di-ision club to receive that award in 39 years.


Suggests All

Night Games

(By United Press)

Saurr. Ii. ], i,,I pr,-ducel 9 for sec:-nd. 8 for third and o The boss of the Cleveland In-
in tie lp ini ,.i.h 121 ,ri i m.n., on don the line to I for a 10th The boian ss of thed liketo see all exIn-
also tied R.alph Kiner -if Pitts- place iote cept Sundas games played at
burgh lo hoi run nonors withll -- night.
37 even t-,.h he lp ou trid tp, m bht.
37 e oven imuaratvh r und up L And Ellis Ryan, the club pre-
with a cparaivlA npres- "no4 All b sident., says he'll suggest Just
sive battle aerad1 of 70, r14 that when the major and minor
points iuncld, i I191 iSig. For Tulrkey Shoot leagues meet In Phoenix early
Thlp otl,- .icjr wASe hitting Inext month. Ryan says:
placrped tliE Cub 1ifomhd in The Gamboa Golf and Coun- "It's reached the point where
1951: to fiftn placein m 1952 e- tv Club t. all set for is Big Bar- Major League clubs absolutely
celve1o pei-tit nut of 24 14t p.ce B-Que and Turkey Shoot at the must make enough money to
votes of tht ofltii:ia.l Ciniittec Ge Oamioa Gun Club on Sunday at support themselves and their
of eaebal Wi t',r selected tor a10 n minor league teams. Daytime
Making the adard. TiriTkets for the Bar-B-Que will baseball Just doesn't draw any
aking the aard be on sale at the Gun Club at more, except on Sundays."
Ha w' oiut Wly V.1 .or tel A r- $-SI for adults, and .50 cents for Ryan says he doesn't know
Hav won 'ac ,er Pin hp r Wir, Re- children. how players would react to that
bert aof the Philies.r uin placed "Charlie" L isharoon wishes to setup. But the Cleveland presi-
becord. ano Reliel Hule"' Joe extend his personal invitation to dent says several have Indicated
Blacd. of Brooklvn. who finsneciH he general public, and urges they'd like ir all one way or the
third in the votin, evervyne to attend this affair other all day or all night.
n nwhhch promises to be the event Ryan calls the Phoenix meet-
gSaier rceived 226 ,p-init uf thl iear. ing one of the most important
211 -for Roberts and 208 for So pack up 'our familybIn the, in baseball .istory. Ryan says
Blr. .oI old -Jalopy." and remember, on I --"I'm not going to take my golf
e points are awardd orn Sund:.. ALL ROADS LEAD TO!clubs. I don't want to miss any
baT1 rf 10 fpo,-is plarne o.n GA u' ,of the meetings. Baseball may
b___________f_____________________h be at the crossroads."

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Ed enny guard.
Vital Statistics
Class: Senior
Age; 16
Weight: 2Uo
Height: 5-P
Position: left guard
Experience: squad member

Bob Glud. guard
Vital Statistics
Class: Junior
Age: 15
Weight: 153
Height: 5-6
Position: right guard
Experience: squad member

Flood Of Injuries Hampers

Balboa High Practice Work

Handicapped by the lacLK of
scouting information on Iteir
opponents ior trie Istnmianr
Bowl game on Nov. 28tn. Baluoa
High lootballers lh,'e been
spendlig most of their practice
--.Jme working on their offense.
:-About fll the% knok ol the Lak.?
Worth, Xrou.irs is the fact that
4i;lhley run irom tne split T ior-
FurtSey trouble iha ; laiued
Bulldogs this weekC wIith in-
Uries t several kec olate:s. Al-
oughnone of them s(em to
of ch a serious nature that
k Sil keen the boys out of
e L Worth game, they have
less thrown a wrench
,,to the practice worKs this
tqwk. "s
K. Twoi the regular fullbacks,
S Mrris and F anncis Bnyd,
e gained ankles. Bill Fulle-
a. halfback by trade, has
a ,'n ;nning from this spot
ie.,while Boyd has hobbled
Rht.un.-as best he could Morris
Mass b l unable to suit up this
irek all.
The'tght side of the line 'as
lt ha[- yesterday in practice.
two boys, guard Bob Glud

and tackle Carl Widell, both
walked olf th.? practice field
with lame backs. These two
s'lould be all right by the first
of next week, however.
Coach John Fawcett has ori-
ginally scheduled a lull scale
game for tomorrow between the
underclassmen on the team Lind
the seniors, but with so many
boys laid up. it looks doubtful if
he will be able to go through
%ith his plans. Instead the Bull-
dogs might be forced to continue
with their dummir. scrimmage
work to polish and perfect the
timing on the intricate T for-
nmation that have been so
successful for them this year.
Fawcett hopes to get some
dope on the Trojan. by the first
of r .xt week so that the Bulldog
coaches might makP definite
defensive paIns for the coming
Speaking of the same. word
has leaked out that tickets are
I getting rather hard to find. Most
of those at th' Balhna Gvm are
not on a "will call" basis
Fans s ie urged to get the
tickets while they last.




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Much interest has already
been shown at the Panama Golf
Club over the President's
Tournament .nd the matches in
both first and second flights are
on this week.
A total of 28 qualified for the
first flight and a full 32 in the
second grouping.
First round matches must be
completed b. 6 p.m. Sunday and
opponents should be together
before hand.
Popular Club President Mike
Moreno twho performs the al-
most-impossible of getting along
as perfectly ', ith Gringos as well
as Panamarniansi has put-up
some beautiful prizes and he
says he hopes the best man wins.
But he warns one and all that
he's participating himself "at
least for the first round," he
The pairings:

Charles MacMurray vs. Luis
Gabriel Galindo vs. Bye.
Ricardo M. Arias vs. Dr. Agus-
tin Arango N.
T..Clisbee vs. P. Baumgardner.
Earl GerLns vs. Bye.
Tony Miranda vs. Raul Aran-
go N.

Rene Estripeaut vs. Dr. Erasmo
de la G4ard k,
C. Paz Rodriguez vs. R. Glic-
RoH. W. Mitten vs. Charles Bee-
Louis Martinz vs. Ricardo A-
rang .
W. C. Scmitt vs. M. J. More-
no Jr.
Frank Mdrrice Jr. vs. Bye
Maurice Muller vs. George F.
Novey Jr.
John Wright vs. Bye.
Hector Valdes vs. Manuel Es-
Pedro Diaz vs. El Conde de RA-
D. Leonard vs. W. H. Grant.
FE Robinson vs. Lionel Moses.
Johnny Palm vs. Julio Valdes.
Raul Arango Jr. vs. ApoIfo 0.
Jorge Mendoza vs. B. Gichrlst,
#%uein de MeOnaLp. Roberto
Af. Battler ys. l]og r Rice.'
Boyd vs. CMaar Campag-
[M. Monzo vs. W. Shaw.
Oller vs. L. Romagoza.
J.-. Bird vs. C, R.-Howell.
rlos A. Sosa vs. Ral Gas-
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CATCHERS-Capt. Frank McPhee, left, goes bot vwa 1for Princetoa. Michigan State's Paul Dek-
ker, center, pulls em out of the sky.. Art DeCarlo makes circus catches for Georgia. They are among
the superior college ends. (NEA) _.

1st Round Matches On In


Paul DurAn vs. Rafael de Me-.
Roberto Torres vs. Dr. Frank
Rogello Preclado vs. Dr. A. Ca-

Tryout Dates

Set For Pac.

Little League

The Pacific Little League will
hold tryouts for new players -be-
gimning on Saturday, Nov. 2_,

a birth certificate or a e6i-
his birth.
This year the Paoifiq Lttle
Laegue will again be omposen
oft. ix teams sponsored bY' thu
following; Sears, Firemene To-
lice, Elks Lodge 1414, Amer'lcaM
Fed. of w government Employ
Lodge 14, and the Linc2Al (
Insurance Co.
Games will be played at the
Little League Baull Park on 0ai1
lard- Highway on Mondays thir
Friday with the League tent-
atively scheduled to opeI in the
first week of January.


The Gallery League If
from the 45th Reconu a
started off the new P
Gallery League Seaso
Pacific side with a deo
over the Balboa Junzior
1005. Col. Still and !iale
ed pretty good. In- It.
and with no outstandin
in the Pacific sides
year, they should beatl
the way.
"Tuffy" and Masxi i
are as usual, stamtig 1
less from scratch with
boa Junior team ta 1
Dillman has K l.u
Balboa Senior tm
all the way, h
like Joe Fuller -inew
school or the service, .
Huh Strp he
con ier Liap feoft
match. EI@ 2 red r4
the local rifle that
to land at tie top
gregate list e
year. H alat
team-mat iLnd
ably where "fr
Ed-Budd who Mred
to be conteadv
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(By United Press)
The girls had to uphold Amer-
ican tennis laurels in Australia
Australia's number three man
-Mervyn Rose-eliminated Da-
vis Cup Captain and top-ranking
player In the quarter-finals of
the New South Wales tourney.
Rose dumped Vic Selxas of Phi-
ladelphia in straight sets...6-2,
6-4 and 6-4.
Straight Clark of Los Angeles
was eliminated Tuesday.
Maureen Connolly and Julia
Sampson gave the Yanks some-
thing to cheer about. Miss Con-
Dally beat Miss Laurie Nichols
Af Australia 6-1 and 6-1 in a
quarter-final match. And Miss
mpson, a San Marino. Callfor-
a. girl, downed Miss Gwenyth
tryant of Australia 6-2 and 6-2
in another quarter-final match.

At a Glance

(By United Press)

Stewards at Lincoln Downs,
Rhode Island, have suspended
apprentice jockey Bob Usery and
jockey Bill Jewell. Usory was set
down for losing his whip In three
races; Jewell for rough riding.
Sixty-four college basketball
coaches went after Bevo Francis
when he was graduated from
Wellsvill, Ohio. Francis went to
Rio Grande College in Ohio be-
caust his high school coach also
went there. Last night Francis
showed why other coaches were
anxious to get him. The lanky
center scored 58 points as Rio
Grande beat Sue Bennet College
of London, Kentucky, 121-99.
Francis hit on 69 per cent of his

The Brooklyn Dodgers have
given their ace pitcher Joe
lack permission to barnstorm
with a New York professional
basketball team (the Broadway
Colored Clowns). Black played
college basketball at Morgan
State. A club official says he sees
no harm in Black's barnstorming
"If he doesn't overdo it."

That feud between Norman
Von Nida, the Australian golfer,
and Ed Oliver, the pro from Le-
mont, Illinois, still is Simmering.
As American golfers boarded a
plane headed for the United
States, Von Nida shook hands
with everyone but Oliver. He
ignored Oliver when the Illinois
pro offered to say goodbye.

S,urts Briefs

The Pedro Miguel. Boat Club
invites its members to -the re-
gular monthly free dinner and
dance to be held gt the Club
Saturday 7:30 p. m.

Oxford, Miss.--(NEAI-Whea
Maryland playedMississippi this
season, it marked the first meet-
ing between the schools in any
I sport.

Chapel Hill, N. C.-(N.A),--
John Kenfield got his North
Carolina coaching job in 1927
by answered an advertisement
In a lawn tennis journal.

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snwthltn about the fisi hook.
Accordsn to Shbpherd, the Con-
grea U~ azy. 'aa no
o thet. iobtln
you noo a up Mt.
Doutbe hoitoweri.ima m
single ho"I.. u4 thiss w l
before. the apeopei1 of
modern hook as we kIw it
day. No one t 1 Pa1V O ty
fish hooks were,.X1,; used
man, but the ftixi hook-lkre
trument recorded in history WA
the gorge.
During the Stone Age thi
gorge was made of wood, stonW
flint, .bobe or shell. Sharpen
at bott-' end, It was.
length.wse In the ,
,was tied around .he mid
the gorge and 'hn b
swallowed the bait, a
line co.d th' gorge'
fish's -s' .a .49&h S ,
couldti't edect it. In a.neO
might .;ll'this a ouk .
At ant rte,.th. t:o
a moe p0fttrve mowev... tJ
primitive angler fourfd
gorge was more effective when
bent up on. each side. TiRe tiam
he realized the curved ola
was superior-it was around 54
B.C.-the single hook came Into
Shortly afterward-a few thou'-
sand years-a barb was added.
The barb was simply a 'hArI
piece of wood lashed to the hbok
near the point. Samples of these
crude hooks, but having ivory
barb*, Mk be seen in muftumA
among the weapons ,nd ald9
equipment gathered fom India
and Eskimo tribes of tile FP
North o comparatively recent
Many unusual tyies of prinmi-
tive fish hooks have been-. .u-
earthed in various parts of the
globe. The early Chinese used a
different verPI0 of the go
for ihnstance, a spUnt of bb

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3 a 0 t here Jules Boro s will go
SOubb for a four-day Pro-Ama-
teur at the Country Club de la
Naban, Dc. 3SI. He is passing
up the Miami'pen for the I h-
4,htil -. Four-Ball Cham-
E l, being revived there,
ffi -.21, after a 14-year lay-
After spending the Christmas
ORisys at Mid Pines, Boros
Ie'd tfor Hollywood, for a brief
ftl onmitment and to hit the
tournament trail for good.
Prie money hold approach
ftV In nI 5, and somebody
wifl have to do a lot of shoot-
ing to keep Boros from collect-
n htis share.

Odny the uninitiated were sur-
led when the former amateur
ie from nowhere to overtake
'i b osan and win the Open
Dilla' Northwood in his third
i k at it with. 71-71-88-41-281;
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The geonratlln that knew Wfl- the coutnry's lart,I later en-
liam Woiter Heffelflfagr, lfa4). tered the real estate .bu.lneas
laL ty U .spent fog. -. and built several M3inespoils
The more moderns if their office bullldngs&
think O. the randdady Of h In between tlmi i ie played
Old B lue@ at Mn- thrin Of football and ed. lbI'ian
as a ihuisty legend rather than *ar Wth Sohn L. Sul-
as a man .of a and blood. llvan bo a hlbtion with
But no oe lustening to the Jim tr
ponderous Yalm great, e-5,would Heffeld fer o rtpn for the Unit-
dream of refErhng to him u as ta. tote -edate, served as
ex-football ih4aM. Unuke -th Ihela f n the Minneapolis
ate r aI e A;l-Amer city board for 24 y ur.
PQ4e ^Heffnhevr e r."I'mno campagnet," Pudge'
topPCd'beiiag atootI .layer. would msort. "A' wy., I'm too
Wit il p sS^h.. twusy to camping forre-tlectlon.
eyes. waggia hi & h y .pay- If tlIet wat- me; they can
thatched a, he w ull have me. They know my ,9cord.
"I don't plany more. My l goo okay. If not, they
won't let me." cal pitch me out".
The Hall-o-Famer, nowre Pdge Heffelfinger was re-
to his. U ranch near.s.leted mx tines.
Tec, bean playing co
ball. 3i N ew A, ta
kept right on uattl
was 65, e,_L th ,et
legend of Mr. t 06otb r' Pt. It's Movitime
ives forth an aura of shan

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Along The Fairways
Semi-final matches of the
lethmian PGWA Handicap Tour-
ney find Margaret Leigh facing
Cleo Burne and Itadelaine Oar-
rott posted against Helen Minor.
Margaret and Madelalne are
twu fourteen-year-olds from the
Atlantic side who are playing
splendidly. Helen got into the
asi-finals by. a sudden death
ply-off against Louise Reynolds.
And Cleo is the girl who shot %
78 at Brazos only because she got
an unplayable ie. (She was real-
ly headed for a 76.)
The semi-final matches must
bI played by 6 p.m. Nov. 23.
Consolation flight play off,
vhich consists of 36 holes, will
begir at 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 22. The
nlayerj will play 18 holes and are
lined up to play In these three-
semes; (1) Johnson, Kenna,
Grant; (2) LaCroix, Graham and
Godwin; (3) a foursome) Rilev,
Spagna, Day and Appl6qulst. The
Second round of play will take
place Dee. 6.
Anv y ayer scheduled for play
In this fiht who is not planniq
tU participate Is requested to
call Robert Fretland, pro at Bra-
zos Brook Country Club.


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b VIENNA. Nov 20 (UP, Ru- "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lineoln.
g dulf Slanskv. once the Kremlin's
top man in Communist Czecho-
slovakia and 13 of hi 1 accom- TWENTY-EIGH-IH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1952 CBNT
rGices" went on trial n Prague to "
day charged with treason and|
In, hegFighter Pilots Shoot Down
Chief amonp those named as g Iho o Tct
pylot to overthrow the regime he!h t rP
helped to build was Vladimir Cle- .
wentis former foreign secretary.
OtherswereBedrich Geminder.
Former deputy M secretary enerO f K or W
a] uf the party and reputedly the,
Grey Eminence" of Czech Corn-
inunists: Lt. Gen Bedrich Reicin.g
f. former deputy minister of de-
k- fense and chief of intelligence: SEOUL, Nov. 20 (UP) United iorce after receiving a report that churla. anytime Washinaton the supply and air bases thatlne
S Rudoloh Margoliet s. Even Loe- States fighter pilots shot down "many" Migs were approaching, gives the "green light." the north bank of the Y~alp lver
hel deputv minister of forei file Migs over North Korea to- the Navy here said. The task The Air Force chief of itaff if such action is approved ,4n
t-pde- Ludvik Ferika. forme :'av bringing to more than 500 f.rce included the carriers Es- wouuld not say. however, whether Washington.
S economic adviser to Presi- the number of the Russian-made s*-x and Kearsage. the United States has enough "I think the Air Force Ist l a
4 dept Klementc Oottwnld and iets destroyed in the 29-month- Two Migs plunged into the sea lanes in the Far East now to de- position to do whatever the ad-
signer of Czechoslovakia's five- t id Korean war. ana one pilot balled out. The Ihier effective attacks against the ministration Wants done," the
I vaAr plan: Josef Frank. former The duels between Sabres ani othei two veered out of combat Manchurian bases supplying th general repl d. .
S ddutv secretary general of the is were featured In a day of and headed north, one trailing Communist Invasion army INlAo.
Creh Communist Party and Ot-i cepped-up air activity which 'n- smoke. They were within easy iea. Asked If he meant that the
tou line. former part chief in 'uded Superfort attacks on a blo living range of Russian Siberia. Vanderberg said also that U,S. Fifth Air Force, In Korea, could
the Brnomregion. retal processing plant and a Unofficial sources said it was units in Korea have been equip- attack Matchuria without.rein-
Alo tan the stand n the troop and supply center. possible the Reds have set up ped with new, improved models foicements, Vandenberg would
Alco taking the stand in the .bases In the northeast. either on of the Sabre and Thunder jet. say only:
courtroom in erim Pankrac nri- With today's five kills UN pi- a permanent basis or for shuttle He described the improvempsta "I said the'Air F6rce."
fan this morning were a Col. lots have accounted for 502 fdahts from such known Mig in general, but would not go Into
Spab former security officer: Migs destroyed in the Korean fioldj as Antung. detail.
Andre Simone. a writer for the war The 499th nnd 500th Migs Thus far the Navy's only oppo- The four-star general arrived A fa dH a
official party newsaoser Rude were shot down within 60 see- sitlur long the east coast of Ko- here today on his first inspection -----re. t
Pravem and Otto Fibl. former bonds of each other today. rea has been from Red shore tour in one year of U.S. aird in-
S Cech ambassador to East Ger- On the ground a deadly hall of VrLs which have scored occasion- stallatlons In Korea. At
man nv re from Allied artillery. ma- al hits against ships bombard- He was accompanied by former A. r
The long-awaited trial came chineluns and rifles ripped into ing the communications and U S Ambassador to Russia Will- p
r nexoectedly with a one-line Chinese forces harassing Sniper troon centers on the coast. Ism C Bullitt, who made the KS In Char
-1.. government ann o u n c e m e n t Ridge on the central front. Meanwhile Gen. Hoyt S. Van- trick in an "unofficial capacity."
broadcast by Prague radio at 10 Accurate fire drove what re- denberg said the U.S. Air Force Vandenberg was asked at t After waving a Irellminar y
a.m 4m ined of the Red attack force to is strong enough to carry the oress conference whether the Air hear inBalboa l istrats (
Though the announcement said he bottom of the hill. Sth war to the Red enemy in Man- Force is strong enough to smash Cou, yesterday, Honoro Gcas -
Though the announcement said K.rean troops are ready and
only that Planskv and his accom- wniting for the Reds to reooren i L., a 25-year-old. Pano ma- I
pliees would be tried today. tele- the battle for the Kumhwa rid,:- n l, was bound v for I
SD11one call to officials in Prague es in U 8, District Coe-rt, .Ott d
brought out the other names and UN raiders struck deep Into n er on a charge of grand laroM y. U d
the charges against the 14. Red-held territory east of the Casti llo accused at attenCt.t. t
The trial of Slansky and the Pukhan River on the east central intosteal s 191 Chevrol
others came seven days less than front killing or wounding Ri Chi- Bwhich was par edIn frontIof t T
avear after the former secretary nese soldiers before returning to BapUZ t ct ium at a o4.b o
general was removed from all his Ore Allied lines. B l z n N e w T r i Hei iCs at 9:40p1 m. ,on-Aod..F1 M
positions and arrested as a tral- The raiders, with their faces -nwe v el ewa ,e property ew
Strand a soy. daubed black, drove a Chinese 0 Of J. 8 Chtistopler.. and *1p P,
Most o the others were alrea- latoon off a hill position and COPENHAGEN. Nov. 20 (UP)- The plane's destination is Co- l v alu ,o aas flx2d at
dv under arrest at the time of fnught a fierce skirmish at hand A Scandanavian Airways System penhagen, Denmark, by way of $C,
1asnskv's final fall from nower. grenade range with about 160 airliner, making the first pas- Edmonton, Alberta, and Thi4e, '
S Oilv Frelka. who was seized last vaunter-attacking Chinese In a senger airline flight across the Greenlarid "- 7 T '
April followed the party chief to uce hour and 20 minute action. North Polar region, landed at From Edmonton the. hb i Clothesif e Thieft
prison Aspearance of Russian-built Thule, Greenland, this morr.Aig. very plane cut across Canada' Of
Missing from those who faced MIG-15 lets off the nerthea t The plane is blazing a new the new U.S. Air Force Base at Ge Tw 5- av
the court this morning, however, coast of Korea has tonehe4 off commercial air route that will ThOle, with the flying tieie S W .1
were Mrs. Marie Svermova. also a speculation that the CAmmun- bring northern Europe within 24 estimated at eight hours, Jg41 Sl M Jces
former deputy secretary general ists have set uo new secret air hours flying time of Los Angeles. The final, non-stop leg acra
of the party and dozens of others bases is an attempt to strike The new Douglas DC-6B air- the Atlantic Is expected to take pea o guilty "
who have been denounced as fol- tack against the pounding by liner took off from Los Angeles 10 hours. n his plea of guilty to two
lowers of Slansky and Clementia. United Nations warships and yesterday with 22 passengers a- Both Danish Ambassador en cktheaUn.e thefts in t quarters
carrier planes, board including the Danish and rik De Kauffmann and Nor area of Pt. p bbe, Jlan w Raimn
Nov. 27 Officially United States Navy pilots from Norwegian ambassadors to the gian Ambassador Wilhelm M. D. arreL., wa en tawo .i1t= t j
Nov. 27 Tlly the carrier Oriskan shot down United States. Morgenstlerne expressed con i-nees of t1 day ea~t S 1i
Set As Turkey Day two Mis and damaged a third dence the trail-blazing flight MaRitrate'd Court yesterday
vesterdav when four enemv lets would be a success and help I- He admitted takin a beach
November 27 has been design- Pproached Task Force 77 in the Th chleve the goal of Seandinavi towo vakd at, $1.0 from ]mest
ated as Thanksgiving Day by Sea of Japan some 400 miles from airlines for regular flights to J.,WMGutre and two dre&t and
proclamation of President Tru- tnel- major base at Antung. Man- Pacific Coast. a skirt.valued at $5 from oddys "w
man. who called upon the neoole churia Jud B nch Newsreel cameramen, the prets Letnweber. e
to observe thi occasion with due I Three Panthers intercepted the U genc and well-wishers crowded around
expressions of thanks. four Migs 35 miles from the task the plane to witness the takeod aod

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Reckless Driving convictions
In Balboa Magistrate's Court
this morning netted a $35 fine
for Fred Lafayette Hamilton, 23.
the same fine for Charles Ellin
Fuch's. 21 and a suspended
[sentence for Kenneth William
Bohan, 18. All three are Amer-
ic n soldiers.
alluree to exhibit a valid cer-
tifiete of inspection for his
vehiclajresuled In a suspended
sentence for Robert Paul Re-
mice J., 27, Panamanian. but he
was fined $5 for failure to have
a chauffer's license.
Suspended sentences were also
meted out to Marco Morales
arid Alcibiades Rodriguez, both
16-year-old Panamanians, upon
convictior for stealing plumbing
fixtures. *I.cluding heavy iron
pipe. valued at $5. Both were
given 20-day jail terms, and
the suspension is contingent up-
on their not being guilty of a
similar offense within one year.
Xenia Elena Castella Ruiz, 21.
Panamanian was fined $10 for-
trespassing in Ballaoa Commis-
sary Annex, while Julian George
Wong, 20 Panamanian. paid the
same fine for trespassing at
Tivoli Commissary.
Capsized Boat
Sunk By Navy
A Navy patrol plane, .from
VP-45 at the U. S. Naval Sta-
tion, Coco Solo, w with pilots
LCDR J. F. Crider, Lt; W. H.
Le May and Lt. H. R..Hitchcock.
sank a capsized barge 100 miles
northwest bf Colon yesterday
afternoon with 50 caliber
machine gun fire.
The barge, an old LCM Land-
ing Craft, was sighted earlier
by several ships and a search
plane from the Rescue iqutd-
ron at Albrook Air Force Bse.
The barge was in the shlpong
lanes and was sunk to clear the
lane for traffic coming into the
What Price Literacy
Mflwaukeean now iving -Q New
York City was gratified wh
he passed with ease the .wW
test required. of voters ; !
York. He was dlailiidhw.

of the big Douglas transport.
Scandinavianu.airlines has
spent years in polar research
and exploratory flights in pre-
paration for today's trial-blkzipg
run along the proposed route,
great circle run which will c~t
more than 1,000 miles off the re-
gular route between northegm
Europe and ihe Pacific Coast.
Although the plane files acris
the Arctic regions within 900
miles of the North Pole, flying
conditions in that area are not
considered a problem by either
the airline or such experts as
famed Arctic pilot Col. Bernt
The noted U. S. Air Force of-
ficer and h'is wife, Besa, were a-
mong the passengers.

debris could be

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'rea1dent-elect Dwighb D. El-
enhowde yesterday agreed with
op. I~epublican lieutenants on
he need for walking Congress
b keep his hands free to sub-
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