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
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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.ama Canal Compa. aeep frm makln toys and hilmeta from Mars
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uouE my NELSON .UN.VELL i 8Labor News
S *7 h" *T A1 0 0 o 1 34. PANAMA f. O P
riLEPMOi'ai ra.Naf f o 2 "T7ta *1 LLiNES And
COLON O6PPiC11 t 1 17Q <(EN" 4 -'oea. A1 w'- te 'aSID r i3rpm Tgtf
OLO O1., P .E. ...*..r."v, ...osr owas *Nc Com Ient
141- m a ." f t' i VlIF M II N Ave Oirw V O RK r1T M V C om e t
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; e ; 1II N*vaN eK se a 20 By Victor RIe1al
A __ __ U____ U T-_ -IAP_ 5 *WN :_UMN One of the dinner guests of
; 'Tnree Finger" Browh, alias
S' Tommy Luchese, underworld co
I I i A director for the eastern end of
| ,k L the national crime syndicate,
was none other than Jim Mohc
o Inerney, who was none other
rho Mail seax s an open torum to readers of The Penema Amer than tne chief of the U. S. Jut~,
sea. Letters are received grotefull and arm handled in a wholly conf. Lice Dept.'s criminal DiviltO. '
,ential manner. This shows social grace on the
S I you contribute a letter don't be impatient It it doesn't appear the pact of "Three Finger," but what
eat day. Letters are published In hMe order received. does it show foi the Justice Dept
Pleos. try to keep the letters limited to one eoae f tlunt under Howard MtGrath?
Identity of totte, writers a held in strictest confiHdence. Here we have a member of th0
This newspaper essumes no responsibility for statements as opinions crime syndicate's Board of Di-
d 1in liters from readers rectors-placed there as suceees
o sor to Frank Costello taking
to dinner the man Upon whom
SHIRTSLEEVES the Attorney General. of theta
United States, the White'Houle
Ai rsri.d snmiethino called the A_


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therl' anyt I anm ee m ro to repay Rayburn
be done me m e f.IJ 4o it.",
U DoieM of 1 Huberbt HRuapbne of Miin-
M o ette of Iwa tved to rgln.opposition to
ette urgng Senator ter Hill of Alabama to
;y leader.
store of Rhode Island d Senator Clement
tor IbrIht of Arkansus sounded out istfer Hill,
dalaMws olon rVUed: ..
(b _eaugh of being Senate leader. If. lndoa
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at of'thC SeMate of iha bMe d-
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pie. dependedto smash that .- -
The cry rang out with a pungent pertinence, bIll-Ilke in visible underworld government
clarity. and scrvicemea the world over sat up and listened, which runs city hal. court
Those obtrusive characters who were being paid to spend houses and eVen gu erhatdlial '
the taxpayers' hard earned cash In any promiscuous manner mansions. .
they pleased had come up with another gem, to wit: "We shall Tommy Luchose, crime tyon A
have unity In the services. They will be detached and estrang- and "respectable" manufacturer '
ed no more." and trucker, grandly purchased -
Now, the eminent and reputable Webster, he of dictionary tables at special banquets. And
tame, describes unity as "the state of being one; the state of the record shows that Jim Mo. .- I
being composed of parts having connection among themselves. lnerney a accept ed Tommy's ,.. --
It seems, however, that the edict which declatd there was largesse.
to be unity among the services had but o0ie purpose ~ mind This was during the era ohen
and that to prove that Webster's definition w s in error Frankle Costello the orim.,
For example, the first move toward unity was to make the syndicate's ex-coordinator ,and
Army and Air Force uniforms two different colors in typical efficiency expert was being
fashion of unification. Shoes, socks, bras, hat and caps, to deposed. He was to hot even for th
mention a few, were made unlike in color prng that great the underworld. His crime col- t p
steps were being taken toward uniformity. And It hasn't stop- leagues were laughing at him. .'
ped at that. h am
As though the bigwigs in the Pentagop weren't performing The toughest of all Jee AGdo- i
In adequately competerrt style, the local experts have. decided to nis, alias Dote, the famous Mr I
take matters in their own hands. A. of Mut, n. eringly party n
Thence we have the decree that makes It possible for air- told friend. that Costlo was and Johm
men in the Canal Zone to. wear a tie and a white shirt with cared. Wr nlnlr one1 hands I f, I Rgs ,thgt
aleeves& buttoned at the cuff at-any time of the day. I before aTV Imera, long M pled.
Oh yea, we do have a choice of wearing a sport shirt until eaVe' tol jdi'"tA9 for fatI l
the ri a old hour of 6 p.m. rolls around. Then It becomes com- before the Refuver Commit- ", Snatos
pulsory for airmen to wear white shirt and tie. tee-as Co.i had sone nesota. an
Have pity when you see us folks; we actually aren't de- was no wa for t. ohnson with
mented, even though we wear ties and sLarehed white shirts crime syndleat ehief to eot, n fl \ tf beome mhnowith
In sport clothes weather. It's all in kepping with thepolicy of Adonis saidI. .I n S I .. toYbecom Senator Pa
unlieation. *' of entucky to
The fact that no other branch of service is doing the same So Joe and the boys lt re- By BOB RARK entucky to
proves emphatically that Webster must have been mistaken. p.ct for Co chO And Frankle B B howe"r, tA
I one breath the responsible authorities cry "unification' wound up I; l one of the I
4nd in the next, "we must be ditarent." few men th al District At- want tt ob
Would you also. advocate the policy of bringing up children torneys did er. NIEW YORK.-- The day dawned .clear, the day a hard zebra or extreme age, and not eve; the .'I k
by telling them "DO only what I tell vou, but never disobey your Meanwhile, Tommy Luchese that the lons came, that is, th xay that the magpItfcence of. the Jonas Brothers' taxidermy th ug -log
Mother."? Same difference was moved .. *-5 .was the biB substitute factotum knocked on thtloor and said could make hi look any other way except the from n and
Abe Lincoln once said "A House Divided Ag. Inst Itself Can- voice in t.,H140. York, Penq- an unusual thing.-for New York, Xhe said: way he looked then he was still among the liv- and whit happy
not Stand." Smart man, Abe. sylvania aAld ersey area. "I'hateto'bothtr ydu; Mr. Ruark, but.the b ck- ig. Ser ffy. very
He took overt 7hipe lines to entrance man says there Is two elands sttk ii 'Whqn I shot is one a'. couple of yeark'ago in &ite.d.
One of the Affected. the court houses, the city halls the elevator. .o. Tanftgylka, I r fined hin Russell Nype because "And it's b
and the Fecrera. District Attor- "He says that there Is a lion in th" and' T:hI :*rewcut jane. I apologize to l Nype. leader lust bha
ns offuceh w, p o that the oryx horn is tlaokin' ou-oe. I l was aum alive and he's still a bu, b
such t w power, not don't know wsat this man s ut.c dal k'
GETTING IT STRAIGHT o ly in the et, the na- you?, *i. -pood o walked
tlcnal board of ~ ,rs- the This was a pretty big day. A o politi- whisker rrd th t
1 An on, C.Z. ordinators b tme s na se hwr an St eeo in .
icate. wh e from q ehadt hrboxe k o
mn ao .rt to pea: he p o a was in ulu blt, d d ted eland l remin U a
i64# -Ayum n caf oe Iebod led sick, and hungover. Anl bstNowwas 4k 111, :!
gt- e. Ih' h 4g o price right one do-llar; and s!uted cool tlI Senatorial teuk g Sun throweWaUie r tha ,s

St tce right a to aonic Tmp BU t I heecls i anteroom, was Lu- heads alweegh 2,500 poa teunds on the ho bu teir geous twaterbu justor
rgot to include the fact that the proceeds will go to the Pjese's dinner guest. head twies as* ig es t. aeg bl' the poorloa s uftht th lady dso. IS
riers Hospitals for Crippled Children. SPEBBQSA is a non- Who blames Thee Finger? I n't know if you ever saw an oryk but, he lude living in meagereo
\ e et,8 1e- don't know if you ever saw an eland, butaheelud e living
it organization and we are glad that the enjoyment we That kind of guest was good to Is as big as a mule and he has sharp saber horns smelled even a ly
barbeshoppers t out of signing the "Old Songs" can be turn- have around.codn e
When James P. M rnrt long apd a gdq ,er orsor# d. o _l t n. e
0. H. Dolton placed Howard tMcGr ath oas aThe diwiothond nte. hAa ero wasea ety sme at-by

neENT POLIC DISCREPANCIES 01,clnwa e a ziyg tusea Bbueod-

Bureau of the Budget Circular A-4s, dated 3 June 1952, ed buelds o anom, wd; Lu door ao a sw tine g ins t a e S To po e sei
S to bince the dotickets weret that motw decided nt rent ain- drdsek?"sthe substitute fcto m ked. i e me he' ado weis uultt to
hmos documental pertains to "thble door-fixingpriofe. was shitedt for govern- h o something called t W hne it i e eto ut he,
mental quarters upon nthe triple ad ult lphe e nth charge mtile Land ess vions of the Jus- t in' .i t of one .crat l m too. itse a e lon o me Wthh-
thoe Dept. A, and by what auo tneld to vern- .

meant quarters occupied b t rate-m and elS
SRENT POLIC DISCREPANCIES Then things began to hum. oun t U s1ftebC.ItTlo a dhu a Sra r she"ain't, na co* Ao TA ti tiia t,

quarters occupied by local ate emp That's exactly what's. happ.[n o |hn wo toe fae. J hto | a'

The circular is specifle Scinta ..narters. and Tomm he who ^ Ir
does not specify the nationalitao r tiw s occupaet. Ip was tp lenle unt lo ef .b .l t t t ing oett a
waie l ihetbeato aeli "ges Th He Iswutlng,0heon wasn't Atu _.X11
Supplied at al it should be n ts entirety black healines by the d georkd ei thi wa quite a day, t

Who, and by what author has made but a partial wtate sm n eIr- t
Bureplication of the principle entailed n theBudget Circular A-45, dated 3 June 1952? only one of e ,
appears to be the document that motivated.,therecentrentinthe uande v toops, the It Ct y.k i of snombesr b u" .a do in mesthelevdatento u
creases. DiEhoods, the old Tammanty Hall ob* Al 'o sc aoet1oW- g .e tfolt o
Thiw dTSpectator godvrhelnsrr To a. A TOWN e. w w Iot'wlb aSet: The is wteasy.o

.--- -- e in of tht Joho Job Aste 9 Loe ls chancellor and
ht tue r l ponst ...eixwpe r to Previout Puglre r m Ie e hoU asnnt tere Pc. bh, ththe .b He might look like Ike to y...u, but

thW.ldndTa m |Ev p go oth abend bet door and Ia warhdn
mnaqotrot onnonelloferWt hg th like a sion to me. With hEla hpp.e _
tale" -board. of direst- front tooth mfising.
for private rental housig ntoolaiV ,-W tote r n 1at, n o i of o y
Who, and by what uorr s ooero sr o the e

,th dtl ;ord and .r r
ment quarters occupied by -US rate-O es, and eli.
quarters occupied by local kateel tp That's exactly what'shapeen

rs alid rvate alnal houlnd be. Iintd entiret. blck htae" lies ar th e ntM toetlrs m .lt ei thl-- -I.
Vsiho, *andb lwglttl etwi S teealdogen.' the In0 N eW
m ade b7utaparti= and Inganow, Toony oe u es
does notspecify the r nacip.les enoccupatets. if it hd cuto

is applied at all, it should be ai l in Its entirety.headlin by thf eeW i d ir' -
Who. and by what authority. has made but a partial erp- leare 2ri e nobein .u. .a.n e
plicatUon..of thepr incipleentailedinthecircularInes'hyol se.%of forme4-?. '., ,. "-
o the r eentaed 8 te ir lar tied to the old Tammany Hall "w;" .....
lt u rd __ __ Le_ 2r e_ __ Spectator. group. The Tammany sachems T he war et. r.
wrRand their sacred crowd are onlyleaS 5 D T WN Tchancellore and"Prto Previou n rPuzer one machine of the many acroa John Jaob Ast s e so
Artlel e tolPreviousaholathe land.a8Sandric ..m .WeeokiChe.Dw out are l tage news v"..'4
Beasts, Wild and Tame ive opo of II -.hem l'beh.g MortonDEX-KIng C;roihad anopd
wyf proe c4a n ,. a Ike f4 .Vathe laterBrlitsh313Mha...
Oae2 Ahrc falcon Cf tHundreds I 0 enand IMR She's a French j
O NTAL 3Arctic falonmigration Dept, 8 are po1i- eal e
C~am 4Conrdor s Ing over books and financial re- Ise keids In a t
4 Matpl 5 Footles cords and tryfg to reconstruct a.s,(newesti
asnewestperas which wuld make a Jim= sMaa..s.
) (bull 7 we Cagney movie sound like Al ice m
Iti '__w (ab.) in Wonderland's tea party. It atdthe sal'h tit
is PRO 8 wins The top layers of American didn#t swe u be i di l;
to Ism 0-ta11 ir M.1m:r crime are being prepared for jailed hat shn't rad,,t
or deportation. railre 1 L'
At least 00 are now being
20 oiagout 1s Roster 2 Eagle's nest 41 French river At lesth2e n bei ou t brane shq king the. so".
42Nunder the mad~.. glasms ofr
sDsu IIdTard "27Trat s .the secal r a l teams. There.oer N.
MA.l I? ned 28edg~ewse 43 Italian ilver can be no dopibt about that fi- nt
Itl4eat. medltheusedsMeowi28Othew.Ise. 4Crazy.(slanin u 0ls0the R search.teaev
In powder picture award 21 Determine 46 Raise nation's .tp l W1 20 o there sead)-I= Wrld. We nwa r-n.:
iak311011 833 Parts a 47 Egyptian rive be hundads more.
24'COW'l-su m 0 Wofhles 50 Female The vast res 'a "tan.. son wouky S
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Itwo year of ncs, den ous -ostlons, or Sunday
to rrh Iaea talking too much. Sundy
S was MtCar- .'5fitablU~ Id an expression
47" in the con- Used for fr10 who do. nota' 8 a.m. to 1p.m.
aso.Shlate investiga- meet fede ral uplOynqnt stand-
main'Republiards, taalu pWc ability. ,-

"wa eWrld r he 'Wa i 1wul d wmont. after the ota Deart-
AtUliintt would ot be It had made meant s -ld her record "gives no r A
"the oRUblic nteredt." on Mrs. Brun- basis for aot giving her security
Cskf runauer who w. ..b.. et said, however (in ElRcho aen) '
-at m s. ioe asteN o security d* beturi bur poiy to theacep t "on, ote (rouns". ; had
u sdons c, wnbr au nemento of de- ruled i. |rnsuer "ounaval- ARISTIDES VERNAZA.
e thacti te on able for employment In cert ai
t th State Department d urlt.y case kinds of tad-called "sens ttve
'# ma aW Mrs. Brunauern Saida podredP osMtions.'"
the ele r had beeeudodo so."
Snr ycbut e t er A te maent It said she had been col-b
Sstae. t. ry r aad a term She d h bei of pnetely and unequivocallycler- E
die tO dPres.,st afI f. ed on grounds o loyalty.', T
'e th.. -'iThe do patment ae a Mrs Brunauer's husband, ree-
AerWorld # aeWas 10. 1951. order- 1951. TQRE PANAMA
; wdh trde at tion released on her cease.n not tg rad ienformatioT El td d
a s been In answer peclt e icqua e- -asburit cas except c re S en
tion The depauent.n has sad co wheni" 8Ine.ublic In-
a Sea andidnotbe go only tla she was fio -red fon Can- ter at. cu H lege Club
t a tdhearh. On W14 "Mr. 'asaid
R o book "The Mr. nauer said she say. when Arquimeder anchez, gradoa o:
neW lt -t e tha lived the official foru o were Mr. and Mrs. I. pancheto o Bal-
don the in- her di mishal *A tt W oa s boa, has been elected president
Sby the the wife of Navy 1 wiho ut th thl e f trll. M roLaatrel he SpaUdsh cllETub
n s o r d ktt oCongregation resigned a t r bteingib a K Nmaoy: w.* asI" Lsecurity of Eastern Nazarene college h
rie o bresbcyuai.A erisobskebyeMsCato!.4kttheewasatod-state Quincy mass.
dolb by Junea n, 1934, added atheat belehe ed the c I u the is d sancGheo was graduated fn a _
al;ofwonlacedereasonswpoeso the Central High School, San
oa x- fr thl a .ie "T Juan, Puerto Rico, In 148. He I

onictnAil joy W the nr~n~Aid of La m P)Thehca- Mr. sad u d. coege to prepare t o be a medS-c H
'F r Lan Am k district d that hoped *-Morn-Ad oofficial',A sta"ro "l cal missionary.

rnow busy moving reord-breaking shipmentsboy Col. r a duk.' Mr sad Mrs pertn e. ou h
ties ."Seuth of-th9 border" by air. A sulelend-.eosume l, Aass, bottles, Liused sand- .of the qgea." bhe sd lk- enal Gold waq discovered in Caln-
d by PoAA A twha e Patrial rbbd atM Fla., as m P l Tman or ebris ha;any d- the t left her ai e-' u-.or, J. 24, 1848.
Sinspects one ta oyshipments movie iso-n hwda wesll i.n iC ked up la he simmer ltl aym ,, e .-. -,r..
Saldn't fi t the oume weasthe curesome stewadesa wor
It p he would find the abbreviated attire a welcome chang
frpm the heavy costume of the snow lands. Mrs. Mabel T. Rigby; Mr. and
o- Mrs. Hdrbert d. eohwell; Miss
_i na Marie eShultz; Mr. and Mrs.....`O
el Bed Tape land Kight; Mr. and Mrs. Anthony oh J. Scully; Honorable &ad
Four Latin Amerln Lands Maggorl; Mr. an Mrs. RU-Mrs. Lawrence Smith: Col-
Fur more Latin Amecn sel C Mathls: and Alfred Ott. oCrai 8myser; Louis Sne-ET
tries are backing Pan Afer- Ms. huel W. Peabody; Col. dker; Mr. and Mrs. Bert 0. DESE
a World Airways' camp.Ign to and Mrs. Miner M. Peddrick: Tydeman; Carl W. Warner; and Y 0 UR S and gold rings--
R a simplified travel document"u T 0 DA vl.el A wonderful buy
hat will speed u clearance pro- Awnelb
cedures on arrival and departure. -arou io she'll be
Honduras, RSalvader. O P rroud to wearl
upe and Curacao have, joined
fa inaccepti g, thetshorter.La-D OWrll, wII t of fra-
on of the embarat, on-a1- o SECOND FLOORo ..
byaO. adiCn WaS 0e o .0.Sle
swith the Internatienal civil
lkow-Organ.sation's recom- or-

staeino In those odntries _s YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MOISS ITIo f.
ing-ight, th.nsw oaggA9rvId.f
at cne writing both entry and de-
part1re Informatl .',
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. televisionn may be married al
Palm Springs, Calif., Feb. 1 -
- withoutu t benefit of a shotgun.
Plans for the wedding are still
indefinite and hush-hush. Bul
.4-there's an eye-opening possibill.
that in the first test of Tele-
eter coin-in-the-slot TV the
f e new Hollywood films will
playing simultaneously on
S me screens and at one of the
own's two movie theaters.
i In an unprecedented situation
ljo be approved by the film in-
stry, the 30,000 winter resi-
ts of Palm Springs will have
choice of buying tickets at the
water box-office or dropping
coins in a slot attached to their
eme TV sets to see the same
"Tihat's the idea right now,"
rl Lesserman, vice president of
lemeter, told me. "The films
will be bought and booked by
Earl Strebe. owner of the town's
two theaters, who has joined our
organization for the test. But
thin<. is definite. It will all be
Am a trial basis."
Lesserman predicts all major
1'oll.'wood studios will lease hew
,-.IOms for the February test "with
-J.*'.e possible exception of Fox"
7currentlv plugging bg-screen
theater TV) and he expects an
Ir'tial 1000-home audience.
A TV transmitter is being
erected in Palm Springs, blit the
W test is to be conducted on a
closed-circuit Telemeter wire
strung on utility poles. Telemet-
er. a picture unscrambline de-
'4 vice. operates either by wire or
through the air.
*. A similar test made two vearn,
i -o In Chicago via Zenith's
Phonevislon the tele oh n r e
e.r.any bills you for the films
vn'i see-wrs a success econormic-
aslv but folded to in-re-s Hollv-
wood. which refused to r-.viipi
r -1 fillrs h"'--ze onl) ?o''TV
s" were tis~e in, a torn of five
'.fr"llon people.
-' Tt's difficult to t-ir'- of Audle
.h," a~ beIne tomonra-,en..
iSyt.a'' b'M bRl cn-'orl"rrs in U-I's
T' f"r-"ro Kid" are buzzing
": .- '".it his fl--e-,iov.
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-,- v, l (.p pT t || tMont,"
ta'i'*"i emm'"aln* r c**rlarl nl-" with
.;. *-r Felen O'Tonn'll "It'< de-
i4.iUte," Andv told me. "But there
are a numhe" of things we have
to work out first."

.~5-rcPdes McCpmbrldge. who
enmidp't escane the curse nf an
Os.,, has given un lt'pr Hollv-
wood home snd will H"e Der-
marpntW' in N Ww York with huh:
by Fletcher Markle. new direct- I
or of TV's "Studio One." Sh'" will
do her radio show. "Defense At-
tornev." and the TV version -of
it, from Manhat'an.
rl Skcelton's near-fu t.urr
p"i-'`^h to sitiation prnmprtv orP
TV wA; r ldpc d lrnnn rftcr rl
lon' harsl" with his soonsor: I
o-er tlh r-"er oiilit- of his tel- I
flirr" If t'-e qtp,,--nlr rom-dv
t(ncn't clipe- Ry~ will test a Vp.-
rityi-show f(rryr"t
Fe'her Williamr and Mike Toridr
-- rnad- date In .ronr-pry to
f.".."r di--nsi pla'n< for RnI
P .---cde srrinz Fctle-e to bhe
st ---' r'-t. summer at .Tones
P --h. Th-- 'll rreet rt Cynress
G--d rs. F"-. where th" movie,
1r-mn"'d '-'l he on location with[
"-.-* to Lo,' e
O lR-- WELKIN, Plneteer
COW-S WELKIN, Planeteer

t All plans for filming of "The
- Flying Enterprise," based on
Capt. Kurt Carlson's heroic fig'it
I to save his ship in the Atlantic,
t have been shelved'. Announced
* reason: Failure to obtain the
- necessary clearances.
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l Short Takes: Mal aret Whit-
i wr, and hubby Lou Bus:h are
straining at the marriage ties...
Maureen O'HMra. Mi doing some
secret d ting--tllIs n away from
the Hollywood glitter dens where
gossip-pastersi hang put... The
January -jssue- O f anatonal ma-
gazine features a two-pa g pho-
tographic layout'O. the perfect
Hollywood marriage of starlet
Joy Lansing and -Lance Fuller.
They only separated months a-
go... Freddie Slack is quietly
combining a new manager with
a new romgnce-jnLe Teecher.
It grievesa me to report that
the late Hattie McDaniel, who
set up a trust fund for her broth-
er in her will,.was so financially
strapped at the 'time of her
death that the terms of the will
can't be carried out. What's
more, the U. S. Treasury De-
partment has put 'm a claim for
what little money the Oscar-
winner left to satisfy unpaid in-
come taxei..t. *
Bill Goodwjn's quipping about
Bob Hope's new five-day-a-week
radio show %
"You can'iuasa him. He's all
over the ail." The other day I
even got him on my electric raz-
Giant In Air-
MEMPHIS, ,Tehn. (UP)- Cpl.'
James E .rl,.on is the biggest
man In 'Airborne In-
fantry Regijm standing 6
feet 7 inches. .

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Eno at bedtime and you'll quickly
help neutralize excess stomach acid;
ease upset "full feeling" overnight!
-Wben you take, take Eno as a
speedy, gentle laxative. Caution: use
only as directed. Buy Eno tsdtayl
sour stomach, gasu and
heartburm promptly.
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bly meeting of the
ntern atMe o Girl
was held list Wed-
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ruiy of this year by Miss Gladys
GMrni,, travTler trainer for $he
western hemisphere.

floe. Mrs.rAlda C. Hutchinson. Inter-
natlonalGirl Scout executive, ie-
the matters discussed ported it there are twenty-one
annual meetlpg which riglst ritrroops In the vaitous
ide-al:registered leaders colord 'communities and that
I conmilt_ members of there an overwhelming need
nal GiScout Or- for metinl places for the Ofrl
d wll. be h6ld in Fcoutsla.',
k 193 At that time the'
ounell will have been Predent at this meeting were:
In for one year sincrf It WMss EnWda Hamlett jpteasldeut"
y organized In Jan- Miss nEoa Good6n, vice-preso-

A -amt h k s e neii s e keveoshn

Some t refj to pressmed di oval with Mitch'
fo llow ,rl'e # ine#. chosen by Stvqnn to Al
laying mantle on61 tli vain Id for the presil
ful pre dtttl cA ndldaSe.S ,Another prime subject prob-
Sen. Bumet R. laybalk (l- aly will ie the election oxrtour
8. C.) had aid .he 'Will follow 8ouchern stals-Vlrglinia, Tex,-
the pO led jW nas, xi6- a Floridf n, Xen h
m'-ee l, waich went toil Esenhower
W tua t. ro- the Nov. 4 eleefon.
a. ~ r. he problem is how to weal.
., apsela Mld A recently _at them act arid buUd up. tUV
lpt sak t ortnern Democratic Y
i time to tie o o r 1956. Trumantid bt pe
nt isset' an d 0 l to Mr. Truman aiid hi pera
a ba in_.. a plans Immediately/ aler WON
ot eo ottVhe knee th ite wiao House l zor r ulng
t someit t 1Wirme easy, but, he lboicate il. ab;
Mr.TrnaiJso told his news later conversation with tme I ".
conference* : eign newspapermen that Ie.
1) eI "very7 ppylY" that plans a. ung-the-world, vi.
. prlent- eect Dwight D. Ese- he said he wiU noet anne
bower will back the Truman him futres plaIps until ;r
fct repatria ld ot Com- Meanwhilen- Boston imia R lTALL
munist Jr bovars 1n Korea. Th disclosed lat House SHallatBal
Plrepident said tis was one of Sam Raliybun of Tex as will be. iS s ofb her tall bordie tbetw been uing
the' t subject. i IOd1 Reason:?ShEot Shim uditbeds1 Th.
S subectdt 4poismed at his the DemociUc minority leader tron cold, a. enn: Short m it nd rta r bd ,.sThe
wTth y. Whitd -iouse meeting in the 4.d Goigress.a l W !ngirepared for an !avalil6 tall tulents *d at
&we Rep. John. W. McCormac o0 laUt, ten a4M men ranging fro .tve lade .o six
3) wil Aqd.a good, tlglt Boston, present leader of the test, naine lain altitude are now It the school.
_tF to CIiew Ja, 1, and Democratic ml Jfity in the offloial a tire to find i j -foot beds totd r
S lthe Rtthca w be Hoise, said har bad oered to *S.Uat tas, and hse oca is l a Ou'Cah.
thta cut It. y much., Pre- give up the leads 6 1 his : est of th taUlmen aren't too Intrt a sports lft:
aary etrumat plpced party, f the Houmse ad that TKas Blackwamd, Lenny Peterso?, Do. f de F a .nd
Mr. Truman's. i1s budget Rayburm had teleiigrKa4d his Ir:1 Ild Canerord coner with the hous wmotT.
at about t85,0,O ji, Some acceptance. __
ca have talked of MoCormack, who libld, the lU+, lt, a
itriin a by'A Iu ch as majority l. aderabip in the ad-cttcism for criticism's sake oityu paoty ah idtbe a
1AfW0 .Ii000. 'House for tihe' longest perfbdla In o ocon'ructu v ont -a true-
3) Mr. Truman denied Be- the history of his party, aAld 'We should and will re- tive proposer, a constructive o--.
pIU amn- .parge that mse he Mwa "glad" Rayburn had -a- eelve recommendations of the poser, a confltutive critic."
Impoat t- oh=m0ne0t files cepted the offer which he said incoming RepublicaU admin-
were being bluned to keep he made by telephone "several istration lbI flendl faablon "DIl'D 1 tMh fact that the
Srei lit-.OF rbaMt. idas Ml.'" an go along wilt o- RqUe kat 4 W Con-
t l isn -Til*fl (Rn4;-Y.i't "There. isno question oi his commendations wa in our Ior sMarm.
.* b h bad heard reports to election," McCormacli sam .In a ppite they are tS he In- was ee 0 tioe,
them etfet. Statement ransed at hils Bfst- a trlAt.of the codfnthral- thet DmOi lB-Pwat l not
SAxm6nR other thing, Ml Tru-offle. "But X publicly pledte hlm l.towars a pei l &aB follow ta negativlf e," he
sl's, p1et "wl tnomy active support." orh e lEg world a u tnle- said. "
. .etably" .. I McOormark quoted Raybutrn ram .d. "Our ole Ill Ctive
quit.B, oetherS i A daig in telegram that cnck, maj Itf iader because we elie w- minority
Muewih lnl u mo I trust that our opposition In from 1940 to 1946 and froM 1948 party's ouldo an
cr at ii he 83rd Congress will be op- to the ret 4n, paid' e reed at tir tos truetlvt one."
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Tremendous assortment of

. special for birthday parties!
And for baby, just received .
Bottle Sterilizers )
$2.25 )

Bathtubs from $2.25 )
Christmas Ornaments
German Nativity Sets
13 pieces, from $1.65
to $4.75 set.

* LAMPS from
to $8.75.


Visit our Calidprla Branch
at "0" Street.
For 35 years we sell the
Best Goods at the Best Prices!

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dent: Mrs. Lillian Malrs, secreI- aIeksemrathing Vetsi p
tary; Mrs. na Ellis, Mrs. Loulel CLEVELAND, Tennrm (
Walker. Mrs. Wllhelmina Ray-f The county grand jury d
Side. Mrs. John Elliot. Miss Blan- four county officials were
dina Waterman, Miss Annabelle!ing office illegally wheo
PNtton, and Mrs. Hutchinson. found they had signed e
other's personal surety
The next meeting Is a special -
one scheduled for Friday, Nov. 28 Americans eat an ena
Land is to be held on the Atlantic 27,000,000 sandwiches a dAi.,
Side. cording to The Americam.

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know-how h bhafs miade QedG.4 great name for 38 years comes
thuI oo M kind of automobile: The Action Car for .
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ta"fl t the mise of i. sleek, trim l in.
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nilh on of our .gculs or our offices in No. 57 -- H" .reet Panami
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n

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Salon de Belieza Americano
No. 53 West 12th Street

Carlton Drug Store
10.069 Mel6ndez Ave.-Phone 355 Col6n

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-l'4plAi 1De e 1% D lyeshoewsad I pl prMlm Pliillas, Ocemanlde cottages. Santc
il "'t Write Alckliree me eymus. Clare. Si 435, Balboa. Phone
-.c SALE -1942 icrnotional 3-4 An eon C. t. Ponama 3. 1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
L" .. ..' PC 1 Up, o newv tires, r w.
:.jr I-:. I ., I' *, it '. ',, b-'itr,, -.300.00. Duty Paid. Call TiclI Tax' Service, Reliable Clean Visit Hotel Ponomericano in beault-
S, ..... u- Red Tank. Cars Tel. 2-1677, Ancon, Canal ful El Valle for a cool inexpensive
I'~ .E I., tu E L.. W- n -.nRedTnk.-- Zone weekend.
) E- L.oa StO PAREDEDARS SPECIAL EXCURSIONS! Furnished houses On Beach at Santa
nc. bCwd. ia-: door. dh cb. _CH -ne way$85. round trip $135 115 2820, or see Caretaker there.
net. D.,no bench. telephone :toa-.d FOR SALE -1951 Oldsmobile De day-limiti. $160, good one year, Gromich Santo Clara beach.
batter) ,:harge., metal dre..ert. Luxe 98 sedan, dark blue., Hydra- to LOS ANGELES, one way. 1149. cottages. Electric ce boxes, gas
single i.mmnr,' bed nod i3tt'e- i mati, radio, air-conditioner spot- round trip $252.35. 90 day- stoves, moderate rates. rTlephone
el'tr.c reflgerctr, blue, light, back-up-lights, clock, sun limit'. Panama Dispatch Service op- 6-441 Gmboe, 4-567 Pedro Mi-
,ler, ,,,i I 2 .an:, bo wcrdow ventshodes. Roa l poste Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama guel.
!pinet sie, .o-Ip. *' tr mel"o' Master tires, undercoating Excel- 2-1655.
clr I lent condition. low mileage. $2.- OR RENT
arr.clea 011 "-C, Go'.'b':'a, Tel.6. 400. Call 86-4115, BOG, A't. Dr WENDEHAKE Medical CI;nmc. FOR RENT
rCIe Estudiante Street No. 140 Be-
19 E _- 32. Benharst. I teen "J" and "K" street. Phone f Hons
FOR SALE. 4bur,-..',c a 'e. FOR SALE -Plymouth 1949 sedan. 2-3479, Panama.
goc' cc.nd.ion r.' 2onab e. 2141 ery good condition, new tires, 900' ** AREA -- R RENT.-New, modern furnish-
B. Curundu. S.'--4 dollars, can be financed. Tel. 3- Travel via "AREA the Routeof ed home, giving, ningrorn, three
F- .__ -- --- --- 465, the Gcod Neighbor" NO INCREASE: bedrooms with two bathrooms
FOR SALE -Beau.ul and ___.._..- I IN PRICES!..FREE MEALS AND private porch, library, kitchen-
rahogoar d.nng :uite c,,.,istng; FOR BETTER USED CARS COCKTAILS! One-way to MIAMI. pa maid's b room with both
of table. 2 h'ores cho.rt, lour S5MOOT & PAREDES .67.00..NEW YORK, $111 00 oom andgarageinvery desirable
straight chors, bulet and large CHEVROLET & BUICK GUAYAQUIL $75.00... QUIT l f re ll ele
China cabinet with plate glass FO SALE:-1952 Chevrolet 4 d $96.00 Round trip MIAMI 120 2-0481 during office hours or 3-
door. A-- couch, linoleum. shel,- IFOR SALE :-.. 952 Chevrolet 4 cO
Tel Cic.b -1-159 or houseI $1.25.0.T elephone5'- 125 GUAYAQUIL, $135.00.,.. QUI- -- -- ----_ ---_ ------- _
343-A 6th of Monfe Lir.o, New' AUTOS EISENMAN i planes For more details see PAN- bedrooms, No 26, 7th Street, "El
Criiobol otler 4 30 p Mn. 'For better buy in used cars visit ouro AMA DISPATCH SERVICE. oppo- Coco." Telephone 3-3605.
FOR- SALE -Brn ne or. Besie the Coca Cola BOtt- site Ancon Busstop. Telephone 2. ...
end Table 11.00. Coffee tables ing Co Tel 2-4966.1 s5 OK

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tobles from 21I 010 R ou.nd' SMOOT & PAREDES DAYS IN SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA. A r iirt/in re
Beautiful Mt a,,.n. Lrner Table FOR SALE -;950 Buick Super Ri- SPRINGTIME Iwo and five room tarnished and
3900. 4 Mhogan CteeI er Ha d-top Convertible Onl COMPLETE PACKAGE TOUR unurnished apartments; private oen-
Able LUi Wrouht n. Re- 15,000 miles, excellent nondio INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING: closed gardens. 8061. 10th. Street
t ALL THESE NEW. Recos Consider trade. Phone 8584, Coco Airline Transportation & Immigration New Cristdbal. Telephone Colon
tioned Liingroom Suites Iromni C Documents 1386
$120 00 Sofa-bed $130.00 New, So. Sightseeing & Transportation to anda
and Used Rattan Furniture Single FOR BETTER USED CARS from the Airport in Son Jose
bed: th New Mattress 30.00 SMOOT & PAREDES Accommodations at the Gran Hotel I W ANTED
Poublei from $6-1.00. Odd choirs1 CHEVROLET & BUICK Europa Meals included,. partm l
ind rables 53 00. Rebuilt & i FOR SALE. Pontiac Six two door -00-_____ _pa meni_____
ucranteed 4 burner gas toes sedan Duty paid. Golden tan co- L Panam 7:00 .m. Novem- WANTED- Apartment or room.'
55 00 and F 65 00 Clo- lor Excellent condition $400.00 ber 27 LACSA Bella Vista area. Airline employee
6ts from $29.00 Vanties arom Telephone Balboa 1478. Ar Son Jose 8:00 a. m Novem- Bachelor. Station Mgr. Phone To-
0 00 All types of Used Furn-ture ber 27 LACSA cumen NoT 1.
icrgo.ns I FOR SALE:-De Soro Custom 4 Dr. Lv San Jose 11:00 a.m. Novem-
S CASH OR CREDIT Sedan, 1946. radio, seat coven, ber 30 PAA FOR SALE
Hwsehold Exchange. 41 Automobile six t.res. Major Miles, Albrook Ar. Panama 2:L9 p. m. Novem- F L
Rcs-IJ. Fco. de la Ossai Tel. 3- Field. 86-3142. ber 30 PAA. Real Estuate
S49,1 '-- .FOR SALE 1946 Ford 5 pass. Ist. Day INov. 27) Tour of theR l- a
FO SALE -Ma ages coffeeotable Coupe with radio Very good con- City of San Jose and the residential FOR SALE:-Pet,'s br a* asstau-
glass top, large swing, $5.00 d'ion. $750.00. Phone Coco Soft Districts. ITwo hours). Thanks- rash n "J" street number 16, at1
"yr naoroon sport coot. .ze 12 787 giving Dinner at the Hotel, very gad price.
c 2-378 1505-B Akee FORBETTER 2nd, Day Nov 28 T our O San READ! THINK! After ten years high
,,booa SMOOT & PAREDES Robert, Volcian roz. Basilica de h yents no property owner
PCM SALE -Din.ngroom oand' CHEVROLET & BUICK Los Angeles. Luncheon and Drinks hiproperty wner p people wanting
room, mahogany-. Excellentcondi-' FOR SALE -Morris Minor convert- Six hours). at monthly instalmets which Ise
,c alinOno reAffict. I ble 1952. New car condition 3rd D a Tour of.He- sure saving, will take OUR SPE-
o nn P e Ofe.d riced for quick sale.. Call 2-3269 redia, Borba, La Catalina DLittle CIAL OFFER: 20 chalets, with Iv-
or 2o3664. Switzerland,9 Luncheon & Drinks. ino-diningroom. parch, 2 or 3 bed-
'osition Offtered Fourhurs. roams one service, kitchen, laun-
0 FOR SALE.-1947 Cadillac Convert- 4th. Day (Nov. 30) Shopping at dry place garage, id n
WXITED -Bilingual Secretary with ible. Very nice condition. Finance the Central Market optional. service, colra, maid's room stlo
fItl I knowledge secretarial duties available. $365 00 down. House $80.00 serve cold, hot water instolla-
1orthond and typing. Must have 420-B. Balboa. tions, best constructionmaterial,.
at leamt 3 Oears experience. ApplR regular size lot, $9,000.00 to $12,.
S Iegm ear, experence. ApplN FOR SALE -Late 1949 Nash Am- rALE500.00, ten years payment, in pro-j
SDcRnar, Ti.ohi Aoenue No 6 bossador Tudor Custom. Overdrive, ejected urbanization, with assurance
00 p. 00 m. Rado, Bed Etc. 163 Pedro M- Mieellne of sewere, light, water, maca-
FOR SALE FOR SALE-10,000 records going at dam streets, t MILE 6, Trans-
FOR BETTER USED CARS $1.00 a dozen! Grand clearance gsthmian highway. Friends should
: Ilpatia & Motors SMOOT & PAREDES of new and used records at both geS* ether for congenial neigh-
-__ CHEVROLET & BUICK PANAMUSICA stores No. 127 borhoo and for demanding pro-
FC ALE.- e Yawl hull co- FSALEALE --194i Pack Central Ave. and No. 4 Monteserin per guarantees of our good faith
yprted to Cabin Cruiser. Mahogany Good 9r ard Sedon (between Trott The Cleaner and and honesty in our offer. Inquire:
ar neg, I 1-8 thick Frames tires. Duty paid. Leaving isthmus Tropical Theatre.iQUIND'sREALTY OFFICE,
i FePhone Tdat office Balboa 2-3540 U W N D K 28 S. ldralPlaza, Tel. 2-
inchesn center; Foreward1 Phone Ted at offe Balboa 2-3 4FOR SALE: WOMAN'S DARK 2381; Box 473. Panama.
pbin containscha;n and rape! home Diablo 2-317-7. BtLU winter r at. fr De P:inn .
IAA -er, iiie a---r lo-1- -An, -___--- .- w r1

aCk er, l IT e iacet locker and; New--York-- I e 1*-20u W li o.r nna.
load. Trunk Cabin con s galley' FO!R SALE'-The best odel A" N few York mes. 18-20Reso nly worn
hd IcckerL. Main Cabr. -contaior. .Ford in the market. Serel gas re- w s R onbl Room
cubic frot ice chet. bunks I Fgeord h exellent conditonel gas re- 138, Tivoli Guest House, morn- r
40 gallon tresh water fank. 40: Calle Darien Npo Apl. 6., or Bol- wings. ill I
H.P. Buda Diesel motor ith less boo Clubhouse Shoe Shop, Tel. FOR SALE: Great Dane puppy. WIIIl g 'l
than 100 hours. 170 gallon fuel Panama 2-1989. Bolboo 2-2412. Fawn with black mask. AKC re-
ks24 o system. New pl'FOR SALE:-n1949 ercui Excel- Fgistered. Phone 9.lboa 1606. For Fre.
"oad dinghy for 4 2. chairs lent condition, only $15000 down, FOR SALE.-Underwood typewriter. EW
b Nmb after deck. Cr:obl Yacht take over payments 1451 Apt. B, Mimeograph. Safe. A-1 condition
lub Number 576' Owens St. Balboa Tel. 2-4436, chimap. Telephone Panama 2-3519 Joe Dignam
FOt SALE -30 fool Yacri, .45 HP FOR SALE -1950 debaer co3-40u9. wacky enu
aoy Eng Nylon a,l 4 beds, Ex ,udebker coupe- becomes a c
ilet. Galley. Ne l4. Cot cellent condition radio, hill-hold. FOR SALE: Two bass Schwnn starts manu
7,500. .price .3,000 Ludd r. Phone Balboa 1471 after 4-00. Bicycles 20" and 24'". like new, strictly as a
7,500. price $3,000. Mr. Ludda ---- -------
J3-7219. FOR SALE.-Plymouh 18. Very $20 and $25. One 16 mm Victor tie Theater's
_ neat. good condron 75.00. Sound Movie Projector, 20 and 60 Barry'i Etch
ik C i 043-H.5 Ancon Tel. '-42147 Cvcles. Phone 2-1373. House formance r
ckaTrds Making _- 0528-8, Guoyacon Terrace. An- Theater in
WANTED con.- forth bene f
1 ~3 Prestige Bid reed.
IfTROIT. Nov. 21 IUP) Automobiles FOR SALE:-Bedroom set. Household
--ard iNroducv its 1UP3le items and personal effects. No. 8, Mr. Barry'!
w0zilard Introduced its 1953 mo-'Will pay cash for 1947 or later 52nd Street. Apt. 1. too kind-ni
3 today with the announce d 7or e 52nd Street. Apt. 1. too kind-h
i toaay with the announced! model Studebaker Pr;e must be FOR SALE At tic* washer 25 for his own
n spose of recapturing its place, below book value P-t Offce Box cycls, almost new, $10 e House ie su as ho
hathe "prestige" car field. I 256 Anon C re ot
The name "Packard" alone wi;', --_-con C. 0772-K, Williamson Place. children's toy
ben upper-bracket models. Me- FOR SALE:-Brond new. AlConti.c, on barns. he
Saum priced models will bear the er Tryin 60 cycle, nver.used $300; single mnunity's ma
e "Packard Clipperan from $2 Tr ngbed cotton mattress, $10 each tenr. Not th
BJipper prices range from $2,- (Continued from Page 1) Phone Navy 3773 the affection
B34" for the sedan to $2,795 fer R S friends when
th hard-top sports coupe. Presi- that which he would have secur- FOR SALEa m F.h. nT d mnd 4 siderable ho
tent James 3. Nance said the ed in the States ,." one pair lamps. Two chirf. 24" perfect "5et
prices are "in line" with current Dr. Richards has visited schools fan. Phone 4-522. government,
Custom modls rane u operated for dependents of the FOR SALE:-Used advance meth & enough, doe
.utom" models range up tr-driven tary and civilian personnel of physics text books, slide rude. Call of manufaci
l forne. The auffeur-dritom ven the Army n all parts of the Panama 3-1844 after 7:00 p m. exactlyend.
linienusine. The -custolm" models world. He has been attempting to .the seret
will not go on display, however. assure that ate anar GRAND XMAS SALE All of bar- th e a
unMt early 1953. of education are achieved with- gan prices. Fresh stocks Philppine ty th t
out excessive expenditures. He Rattan and mahony furniture.
.. ....... said; Large assortment Chinese novelties ~ u
-R- SALE:-Bargain. 1943 etc..W. T. LUM. 61, 4th of July jhtisj di
liser. 4 door. perfect eon- "Of course there are extra Ave. Tel. 2-2446. a reform ca
on. 5 new tires, leather costs in operating our schools !n without fun
t covers, s. potlights. foreign countries, but In general, AN*LP cA8ue, Barr
unable price. asy pay- the costs are but little higher WANTED nt to start
i ts. Parcue Lefevre. Tel, than those met within the con- i eaorkanble ar
tinental United States." 3fMiW HaneoM anthropy of
Wherever practIcable, the U. American couple desires mldem one
Office of Education has been0op- Americon ceupldeapame I Ths.
rating these schools, which arg r two si bil area. Ct 2- l am v
run within the military estab- day thru Friday 9-12
Dr. Featherston sla a specialist Saturday 9-12. Si 1460 PIewim e
on elementary-secondary educa-
tion -and will analyze the prac- -
tices and standards of the Canal -
Zoj schools in relation to the jMRGAE
es t of the program, which a .
1-le 1 eareand- Dr. .


y Monday

dom Crusade
n will be playing the
s who unwittingly
criminal because he
ifacturing $50 bills
hobby. when the Lit-
presentation of "Mr
wings" opens a per-
un at the Caribe
Cdlon next Tuesday
fit of the Crusade ior

s trouble is that he's
carted and generous
good. As long as 41e
such innocuous hob-
rticulture, repairing
ys. or painting.igui
was one of his con-
ot beloved chara-
iat Mr. Barry loses
i of his family and
n he xeW InJ sMI
t wat V S h too-
thing" but the
underst a n d a b 1 y
en't find his hobby
during bogus money
daring. 1
ballish artist tackled
producing a phony
oked like the real ar,
s a challenge to his
t what with some cf
n town needng lnJbIo,
ndidate for mayor
ds and various other
y is too good-hearted
Scirculatin his re-
t work. Barry's phU*
f course, delights ir
cept the omenl
ve a ountrfeItlig
a squad of T-Mea
OWln -WO Of.U 1e


RATS are
Rat & Mouse Killer
(contains WAR-FARIN)
279 Central Ave, Tel. 3-0140

mm"I OUR 390w.ltm
It lute -s
Ted 3-46M3

ruspot Bater. S A'

Shipping, moving
We pack and crate
anything. ,Phone
2.2662; PanamA.

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PRIVATE Wf AIRN SAMULSMJ, i, .aP t Prvate .. g .a
light up .C0onelRenZ.rCoeelleigr wt crt ugh
that werawarded them by e el for .
Clayton Photo Contest lin bl and wb
respectively. The contest wased a t
Club laIo-wee t.U

Pi "3 P reh R i Local Dasebo
S P6 s Pans P .. F P rW ".. .
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The hand shown today would A On 0C Progrwimm
o.t Le pazicuAarny liwerCs .ig 1D I d vucM e Clarence on;ewhoII ; .mW .u
a ma-n. orage &ame couLat cct I lad ndr-
ialr ainly, and it wouldL maE- HANOI, Indochipa, Nov. 1- bt Holder, an th
etwve-mnmwuanether or-nomnhe (UP) The French air rcewaite, local buebB =,lr
manaui to make an extra trick. has built-up an almost uninter- be interyi al s4d Zt-at :0
WheD tils hand was played ta erupted airlift to sad eB pplies a. on Ae o '
the stera' Pair Champlonabip and reinforcements to thralit-Pabt Blue
In the rcent national tourna- ed 8onla Be), -center point on the tam by lpoitAcA er *ater
anala however, the struggle fur long Black hlver dbfenaels. l Iton. ..
,the eQtta rick was Just U~a im- communist-led Viet Minh -re-
fortant aB the struggle to make bels are pourtjg across the nar- Both Moore and Brathwalte
the contract itaelf. Ed Burns of r river, 'ad bristlipg French wll pi the Cerveceia club
Minneaplsp,. who played the and Thai rearguard unit.erl, L i'ao
souti h ad, made a valiant, at- falling back towards,. prllal ..
tempt to steal an eleventh trick, highway 41; which par a the' ..
Undt tMoofk a very.brilliant de- river behind a protectNng wall ot N.Vy T ., Dq
fele to stop him. hltila.L
Wt opened the ltlelton club, n eI Me htr in
dume covered 4ith -tiUe even, Soyla, an ancient c ldel 0
andastproperly played the miles east ao here, percnd over.Nn 3dt. Nf fB .i )
A. Burn wontthe ack look a valey leading t
of clubs, cashed 'he ace of Black.River, was a day tat a i S U .
a fe, and craftil led the nine gend objective for go.,A Naay a wta l 1W
aides at the thiM trick, but The.main French upp w the. Chen A a
Miron Field, of New ,York, was Ilies 15 itles further ,at We1tesdy' And -Is f1 Wq.
nt to be hornswoggld Into Na E a i a h- -cir led wb i th
Iais a lew spad 2 rOPttY its ciawtnCe brlatlrng with The plane s swer ai-
utB up the king of P eapt- ae.4 t aaniat -ru W 0 Joo-
turned the deuce barW Te heryly wooded hlSL that 1ts, -.; l.
ace ofhIar't iOceMI t would be surface in hundreds l4. ". .' a
EaIst would have been la.. hto yt e st ronieiteraftpotsur' r
p Dan eo -ead, ate j.tooheraltterdftthr"
return a clib for hie tier The alttiD at NaBn i t.0
ru't.) East liked the hear L _;- e4 clled, .t .Vrd .. .age



QANOVANAB.Puerto Rico. Nov.
2A (T WS),-- ,Puerto Rico mourns
0e dept of Its first native goV-
engrt "'O T. Pinero.
:Aop tt bW President Tru-
$atf i M 0- succeed Rexford
, Tu1gWi. ero served as the
ind's*. wf-tnor until 1948., He

SAlIthO-is n eEbernatoriAl of-
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from making an ext
therefore, Sheinwold
throw away the lack. I
of hearts. savin aIs .1
Now Burns could tke 4
tricks for an averagew
was no way toavoid tva
trump, a heartr su .-.

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- Fr .atqr history. There were no casualties a. vice; 7:30 n. m. Bolemn .
Stpedlenos tot.e board 'the train, the streamlined song, Sermon and Processlc
; tia p teiuseuiBi Santa Fe Railroads "Texa. Ro- The pcial prea r at
-. -.imn;.e apfehensive ento0a L bert L,. oe, 35, driver of the bus, night t4ervice will be the
t. qdrer made In. said he didn't see the train "un- Malcolm R. MacDonald, of
ln the Gou tl It was right on me ." Andrew's Church. Cocoll.
th bur.n Is .Loe broke Anto ystercafl offitciant and preacher at
Sof rn while poltce.quelstionmd 1im at other services will be the
-"Led WDr. Mont A. Caller, the the scene of the -.wreck. They tor, the Rev. Mainert J. Pe
ihlrdl aqd largest expedition col. took himhn to a hospital, where he son.
elected 8g,000 specimen througM- had a leg 7lnury treated.
out the, southwest and northern Appropriate music and
.extoo. Police charged .Loe with ag-thems will be rendered by
Already one new genus and mavated assault .y motor vehl- Choir Guild, under the dl
four now asb-pecies among the ell. Bail was -set k. a juce of tion of the rector.
beetlen have been discovered. h paeat -W W bondsman
The new specimens enlarge to posted itand went home.
,000,00 the collection on dispil Thetrin plowed Into the ft Camp Bierd Musi
and used for study by the DD M.'bide of the bus,&t the beginning aon
ment f Insects and spirs. of the morning rush a thetrain Program To Hi
en a enterln&. Unlon Station.
ggt.. ..,. ~e~r~a -A horitia d many might Governor And Wi
S J. D. Carson have been kild ad not Overnor n WI
:.z_ -tr in s8oe0 ntea the station.
Retires. Retursi s ,traiws gin COL. NOT,.I e G.o
Kt K$ It s, to fast to 01. noi nr orfthe canal Zone and 1
t~~~o futto q~~~~p. Loe 'claimed h/dd hs h ri' e itcoertoeginatC
We D y didn'tt hear the train's whistle John 8. Seybold will be hona
To ActIVe Duty or see the red warning light at. concert to be given at C
flashing at the closink. When Bterd Theater on Sunday.,
At a ceremony held last Frtd he saw the train, It was too late. member 30. at 4 p.m.
day at Headquarters 764th.. "I knew my only chance was Sponsor of the program wil
Auntlaircraft Artillery Battalionsto floor-board it push the the Choir Guild of Chrlat Clh
Fort Davya. Sergeant John D 'acelerator to the floor," he said By-the-Sea, who on that a
Carson received his retirement "I swerved and then it hit." slon will resent to Atlantic
certificate from Lieutenant Col- -The bus did not turn over, but eras Prof. Hans Janowits and I
onel Eltn D. Winstead, Bab- all- of its windows were broken and Mrs. Alexander Felnlan
tallon Commanding Officer as the train dragged it down the the National Conservatory I
Sergeant Carson has just trWck. piano, violin and cello realtt
completed 21 years in the Army r
All of his service has been In
the tropics except fof three.
years which he spent With the TONIGHT
Third Army In Europe.
Sergedant Carson arrived #1 .0:30 P.M.
Pianama on the -tth of AWV,
1948, and was assigned to Head- I
quarters Battery of .the 764th
Battalion, After receiving hi
retirement certificate, Sergeant
Carson was recalled to active ...."-"..
duty. for 18 months andr ie w111)
con nue hs dvtiles as Rat'.
Breakdeq 'Sergeant;
The Seran rWides at Fo
uf ,cir, -cnO l zone._ with 9a
wife.. Y ,onim ...the 0XE
,chd u b ty. O J
JrT best. production, IL 0 10
tramah& *OW.pruha e a|A !J
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PARQHES KANSAS FIELDS AND WArTEt HOL Ground parched until it break up lite thousands of erallI
he with only a frateion of its netal centeat-end a isky with no sign of a ain cloud tell the stear of the wttN f
history. This photo wasu taken between YTates Chater and Eureka, but it is typical. Wonrt hit are six comamt,
Part of the state. Farmno have to haul water to Ulivestock, for household uses and for drinking. Trudk se.m"
y ofet water-holding device All the roads. Thousanls of beef cattle have been sold of prematurly because a** -
" 1pough feed and water. Fear. o Ore is a eotln.u nightmare in small towns without water sysams. ,
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Victor Hago's im ortal Claic! .
. i .t -s- -
Mldhal nr* Robert 1


Come see it and

"love that car"


C, wil be ondu at ...
Special Services

AtChurch By-thSea
Fbr Thanksgiving
-" u u y

Su In obervance of as-
al arvest WaUtLval ..
SThe schedule will be: oe:,S.
m. Holy Communion; 9:00 xJs
ChOral Eucharist and Be
1$00 D. nI. YounR People's ets.



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HOUSTON, Tex., Nov. 21 (UP)
- A paas enger train hit a Hous-
ton Transit Co. bus at a rad
crossing and raged it SO'feet
today, Jjurinl 5 of the _fome
75 screaming passengers. Three
were hurt seriously.

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Robert c. WOtNW-02tb* YAW
A: committee of Management
w% inact aW M,. U B lte .
le Linarii l in charge of hos-
tesses tqd enttelheaent The
dances -re without .a
are madse th Cugu. he n
trom tdhA m.tuay he) and
Service wives ame Invted to a-
'tead with the itUabands .and
f ma .; obtas i 0M8e aB.fre m the
"ProS~m fai'-l~et ,'* -
,i e .
Anothmcajor lorm'event
atth1 7 .CA.-WIO t U
I _.Tl#Wer'eh~o Shefluled for MeB-
.'"ar. Dec. 8, At t b;t, e"ai tbe Dub-
.ewfll h,,e ooboranl" .to ee


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ll be
14 of
in a

%t Morgan as
D0 women are
two classes.
0 Ford,

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%Mrs:. stelle Vrildell de Ford,
a.o 70, died Wednesday morn-
lng at ato Tomau Hoaspital f-
te a britt illne4s.
She Came to Panama froin Ja-
aMca tand. during her long, reil-
dene here became gromnn-
&t la may fraternal orkaniza-
i- ". .
uneral,services were to be
teo, c." t 3:,30 oday at the
1S5Sac 't. churc4 fa).
-t.'d b bialt -hinemraneicme-
Mrs. Ford Is survived by her
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/ t e **** 44 Radio Prorams Georga Prison said l is sed.
j I C CE ns 195 aln 7a s p oe, ala 378 'or om. =M I *. ir-t1.
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UTD -TATLS NSLdENTERTINS Christening and 0e val Treatm unl Sa#ll'."Slyl I r" "l"
S OFO NNhNLittle Linda Ann Hall, daugh- H O G -84 0 .e.,o3W ".
Mr. Charles II. iitalaker. U'ni:cd StaIic Consul at Colon, ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Nov. M, WA n ,
entertahicd th e meilb ers of the olon an ICanal Zone Courts ol Coco Solito, was christened Whe. o 00.000 People 21 (UP) A MiMssour circuit (P-Ai t
nt il:con atl the Consulate recently. at the Church of the Immacul- Judge who once described the an aptarAnlWe'7 -
ith ai; euntc c Fst 'rcIat Court J,.ge Guillermo Zu- ate Conception at 4:00 p. m. nGeorgia penal a "Me- but hudge Net *art .."dl-.-:;' -.
S, .esentsdieval treatment of men by so- missed" It frim the trom A-,.
rita; U.. District Judge Gutl.rie F. Ctowe; U.S. District At- Sunday afternoon. Mr. Adelber- ih e-
ritoa;ney Rola.nd K. Hazaid: et.)id CirtuL Judge Orlando Te- Lo Joly was the godfather and disteic morons" today -was pre- because It was "tooi tn, i -,
jira: lMagistrate Court JL dge .L. .laielman; Lthe Clerk a lol Miss Judy Bertoncini the god- .MToday, Friday, Nov. 21 torture methods In Georgia by The skeleton Was hauled into
* tie U,,[. Cout Sherman (. Brooks; Deputy Li.5. Marshal mother. P.m.d t o fugitives. -
Petcr H. BMinnac"Al Ar'oire alt the Setond fDis~rict Alejandro Following the ceremony a8 3:30-Mustic Fbr Friday Judge Sam -C. Blair granted by defense attorneys ithit ur-,.
ferna: L,:itl Ainrnc ( ~~t Bairera G.: Third iuni- champagne toast was offered at. 4:00-Music Without Words hearings for tie two convicts der trial of Ms. M e' or.
j- ior4 -.'eo.d .C ^TtioI=
u ip.l Cu.1L 1uldge C I w t e. :i : e Municipal arentas residence at Coc 4.15-Can Loma Time who are scheduled to be released The divorcee Is chargdwith .
Judec zadl cntlhibibug and jans1 Municipal Court Judge Julio Soilto, [or the members of the 4:30-What's Your Favorite from tlt Missouri prison Nov. shooting ber boy friend to death-., -' thtto 14ity-i. A 'sdi
Lanu7a. family and a few close friends. 5 15-ENGLISH IN THE AIR 25. Both men are lighting a re- Prosecution witnesses had tern -mean to say I that
t "~-- 1 nr.w.iAgenda Steen turn to Georgia where they es- tified previously that the fatal T.hi a"en "entert ing
ng 11 on and Mr. James W ofAndrea Whitaker Celebrates 520-What's Your Favorite cacd from prIson June, 1951. bullet entered Walter Merten's n ."*te .a,..
Commander Fleet Air Wing .1on and MrJica nes ..- birthdayy anniversary (Contd were den ed a. chest at a downward angle. D I tit
itor ."'^ t M ote S'6lo La....Co. sosta Rica. f. ;, .v- (Contd Thcy were lde tffled as ". H chest at a downward angle.HDe- .. "?>r* &taht., :,;. -*
tor t oo o. t Andrea Whitaler daughter of 5:20-What's Yours Favorite McHarrison and Wiiliam j. fense attorneys said the bullet
a a 1 r ,' g ,an d" for a r rn Contd) Jones. The two claim they were went upward. We're 'not jus braii ig. *3iet.,
acr .: t s.. .the celebrated her twelfth birthday 6:30-News flogged and forced to wear leg The skeleton was brouht into Look at ts list of fli.l .
116 JackSrnal 1il, aid. stalL. iioi.i\wthSupe toaieu r'' Oe yeshonethe ,zun .ws -- ."
rcccii cr pcclatthe r the Thanksgiving and nversary with a supper par- 535Whats Your Faorite irons by Georgia penal author- the coutroom at this point and
Coto c'I'j l~axal St:,tz,, Du.- L...S l-.oloays. at the American Consulate icontd) ities. They also described an "oil OA! ORILLE On rbwld ths.--
Con then be guests of r des nc edFADS AND FASHIONS treatment where 'prisoners al- Steffes excused the juny. OAL.t GRILL
"tilty haeuenguet ftfa IS .. W. B. hall, of gt a ar-mo 6:30-Philco Rendezvous legedly were administered con- nerk, ad eoe n was opk,.
t h "iengu. ol ri-,ic r s,01 the wStatic i n- Olofk. a a r ".ra MsJ"o"i
olers olut-ie Statir n at a i ai ts, UMt. anduMs'. a nd M r. an d oree, Randy Alberga, Jfamt esl 6:45-Lowell Thomas stant doses 6f castor bil while examiner, said th i skeleton SwAC. ...'.
C, L ;c r -rmal is,,- it n asn Ambrose Ma. y Chase, Kathleen 7:0- C Bandstand chained to a pole wastheavy-set. He saidthetskele- SNACK KITCHEN- : .
.......F Cox. Bob Hamilton, C a r o e1 y n 7ESIn Atlanta, the Georgia De- ton could not be used to showr hort ordes l the anis '
(-'1Ahc~r of i-Wt 6-CuIik REVIEW apartment of Corrections saidthe path of the bullet.
a W i ~ ... r ic ir a t C I S. u ,' r. a n d M. .a s o n ~ H o l g e r s o n B a l t o n H u n n i c u t t ,eRE VeE W
S a n l r.Knt atC l M i. and Mrs. Finlason and iMargaret Leigh, Alfredo Mei)- 7:45-Here Comes Louis Jordan charges by the two fugitves I door -
lo o and ocr:. Kin,, ,C',ai-0.atu dezSandra Motto. Jean Owen, 8:00-Request Salon were "without foundation- in
.u n Il l nC.1,,.on -fact." J. B. Hatchett, assistant "Medieval treatment of men by BALBOA ROOM AL AR
w., a o,,.. atta ce ,, .ai 'l'-. Bobby Paddock, Billy Parsons, B '"^'045-V ,'P. Commentary director of the depart ent,. said sadistic morons."R .
e,, n toLhnr, Cpr Bc rR. .,nual Needlework Guild T N rm anm ro z TRchard 9:00-Story U.S.A. tVOA) the state's efforts to return the A Georgia legislative commit- BEELA .VISTA ROP. wit
1 ev 10 .I t o u ruC,'. Callop- Anilal he interesting plrogru hompson, and Gloria Toedano. :30-London Studio Concerts men from Misouri would be tee nvlted Blair o inspect their s
ai l ud Mrs.l L L Kr oon in k e Al ta strKckly le al arre on asstem an dthejudge said
C taCoiiaid rs. L. L. K o d p k All A latic Side laadiLe on theAmerican Legion Auxiliary 10.30-Adventures of P.C. manner." e would if it, would not be a veing e. M i n '
*, ry, LifuLenant Commander and bcen tcinmnoed of the annual Me1.eting BC..HeMid the prisoners were "guided'tour."
n "Ci b u chlh weNathaniel J. Owen Unit 00-Owl Nest serving timeat Jesup, Ga., when H twever, the matter was even- salons for. l
S3s. A. PC Andc, an Lieutriam N eilork G eldS a American Legi on Auxiliary i:00 a.m. Sign off they escaped. tually dropped and Blair said to- or f parts.
SCommander Liand M ii. E.d nce Stra held their regular meeting Tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 23 Judge Blair became embroiled day h definitely would not ac- ec
SSchmidt. Lieu ant Command- p at the Straners Cuo nt Wednesday evening the Le- AJM. with Georgia uthorities-earlier ct another invitation. Air-
Ser and Mrs. H. M Durham, Mnrseatlns of two ew game s. glon Hall in Gatun, with Ms. 6-00-Alarm Clock Club this year when He refused tot the waa81
ance Adler, he m ber i to be used by charitable age homasMcGn presiding. 7:30-Jazz Salon send J. L. Williams, an escapeSd The payrolls of all govern- a u -,
Captain Bons staf, Lieuten- e ; se admission feeto introduced three visitors, Mrs. d:15-Strictly Instrumental convict, back to Georgia to fin- ment employes federal, state
aint. Commander Richard a- beship in this pIlanthro- Louise Grif fon, Department 8-30-BBC Feature ish a sentence. Williams claimed and local-were at the annual
James Bon, Lieutenant Commandern- 4 poranm. a portion. Auxiliary president, Mrs. Waldo 9-00-News he had been tortured in Georgia. rate of $32,000,000,000 during the
SJames BLncr. Lieutensnt Com- At 4-30 p.m. a program en- Gilley and Mrs. Stanley P. Nel- p1:l5-You and The Land (VOA; Blair on that occasion described first half of 1952, the Depart-
mander Thomas Casey, and Mr. titled "An Afternoon at \Vak- sonl 9:30-As I See it the Georgia prison system as a ment of Commerce announces.
S8am Jn4.ngimal. kMiBea polwill Fena des nd The Unit chose the "Person 10.00-News
,^ ;Jtby Mrs. H-ipollto Fernandez and'of the Month" for December 100-Off the Record ... .
Farewell Dinner For 'Irs. Herbert Toledano. and the skeleton was Mr. Wil- 00-N the Records
SLieutenant and Mrs. Sand; Bathing suIts, through te ham G. Dolan, of the Canal 05OfftheRecord(contd)
Lieutenant and Mrs. W. E. courtesy of Motta's will be mo.oa,Zone ire Department. He has n l:30--Meet The Rand J f.Laa a"
5and.h, who are leaving in the eled by Misses Mariella an, o ZoaneFirez e p an Isructmen Frt.H hs 0-Mee h" 4q
near future, to make their home Loll Quiros, Yolanda Penahe-Aid Classes on the Isthmus. 1200-News
1 l Birminghliam, Ala, were the. rrera, Norma and Etilvia Iba- Bid sd oPnM I .thm
guct s of nonor at a dinner par- 1ez, Hercilia Herrera, Sandra Bngo was played and te 2-05-New Tune Time' "
ty given by Captain and Mrs.,Motta, Jilma Lara and Lottleiprizes were won by Mrs. Oerfy-1 30--The Football Prophet b tIk "'
...L. Koapke at their home on SLephinson. Lawrence, Mrs. Russell L. Mann I 00-News 'a
the Coco Solo Naval Station. 1 A group of dances will be giv- and Mrs. N. V. Smith. 15-Personality Parade
'the cther gucyts v.ere: cap- en featuring Mrs. L. 1-. Stroup, Mrs. Donald Dewey and Mrs 1:45-TheDavid Rose Show
n.n Arthur S. Born, of Jack- and Misses Yolanda Penaherre- Roy s. Donaldry were the hos-' 2:00-VOA Stamp Club UW W ..
Ssonvillc. ~'rs. Albert Mot t a.'ra, Gertrude Serko, Leila Leon tosses :15-y were A Date for Dancingu h .
Commander and Mis. W. D and Tamara Leon. 2:30-Afternoon Melodies
SKing. and Lieutenarnt Com- Mrs. Malcolm Wheeler oil Kd Have Heart 2:45-Baftl e Of The Bands .. .....-
mander and Mrs. T. L. Apple- B"lboa, and Mr. Micahel Pica-'ave ea 3-30-Band of America (VOA)
quist. do will render a program of PLATTSMOUTH, Neb. (UP)- 3:30-McClean's Program
S- rawanan songs acconipaiying When Darrell Sudduth was 1:45-Musical Interlude s
C obined Bon Ncyage and themselves on the Hawaiian stricken with polio, his seventh 4:00-Music For Saturday ,
wer Given by guitar. Igrade classmates raised $20.20 4:30-What's Your Favorite .S*,f t
xil'ary Group Mrs. Martha HamIlton, presi- for him by auctioning off their 5:30-News Ni mi ttir how. pafuy o p
The Grace Group of thr dent, will preside at the meet- pet cats, rats, canaries, turtles 5-35--What's Your Favorite floorare shabby you gatititoptUtlWm S E
Vftmen's Auxiliary of the Gatun ing and Mrs. John Kernick is and gold fish. (contd) Jg'@ to aoid thi spo.blem-wh ..on '.
Union Clhuicti va w a..s ao in charge of the decorations. Prized articles were bid up to 6:00--On Stage America tvoid this FoblwhPz .s
a morning coffee gi'en at tiR 25 cents while less valued unes 6-30-The'Railroad Hour Pali lwaleta W .
residence of Mrs. M. T. Webster. Visitors of the Gold Coast went under th e auctioneer's 700-Pars tar Time aRD) sl e fln vtsilh tmat:lw,
Wednesday. Guests oE Honor [or Mrs. MarLi J. Hg sld Mrs. block for a penny or two.S 7:30BLU. RIBBON SPORTd -B-a the occa.Gen were the members Helen Rorabaighi,. th u Many of the children werer '0REVis m
of the J y Group. spentt Thursty oh dened to lose their pets but m S REVIEWonV
The ladles took this occasion Coast, as thn guepts' Mis. L. the auction has a happy ending but .'4Im Seo ,,-' n
to honor several of their mem- L. Koepke. -the pets all were returned -rom ra'
bers. Mrs. Raymond Ralph and later to their original owners (RDFI A Y JON 0'.5 JoHNSO'U tzf..A
Mrs. Arthur Baggott, who sail- Mr.and Mrs. Kunkeltotheiror al rs 8:30-A mer an Polk Music W AX
ed today for the Stales w er e 'Announce Birth of Son (VOA) RmovMq subbq4a di%, .tan o,. _fft ....e
complimented, and also Mrs. B. Mr. arid Mrs. Paul A. Kunkel, 8.45-UP. Commentary t ,C- '.- WA i.,ontains.a *i... l fte.
B. Gray. of Gatun, announce the birth 9:I U. TL 900-HOG Hit Parade g oa ii. iv- .. -
A silver cup was presented of their fourth child, and sec-I'Happy Is The Day 9:30-VOA Hit Parade .t..i.. t ..'
Gray by the Grace Grouo ond son. The baby was born, 10:00-Dance Music
S r d e d a silver spoon, and teething Nov. 20, at the Colon Hospital. Backa ehe 10:10-4ymphony Hall, '..- -
i tf were presented her by Mrs IWh----n Ba1 D3CKSache (VOA I
ed Newhard from the Joy Viler-Tully 11:00-Owl's Nest
s. Richard Pennington pre-1 Mrs. Ricardo Vtler of Colon ,-G e s Away... 1.00 a.m.-Sign Off V w #IN SQ N 'S W AXU*j... .
d at the coffee table, which announces the engagement of- Explanation Of 8,ybois
S centerc with a reflectorher daughter. Xenia, to Mr. Ro- Nacins bac kache. olea of ,lep and
i outlined ,with coral vine'ge W. Tully. son on.Mr. and dS s down of kidney funo "Mo thl li "tt t 0
SIding a tiny boat and car to Mrs. Joseph Tully, of Wiliston tor any good kidney function bs very Mothl y...'..r -o
C -y out the bon voyage theme 'Park, Long Island. N. Y. *Imporla. to good health. When me
She other'ladles present were: Miss Viler Is the daughter of C everTdP doni lnquchas h s oatnd O' amazingly yreleved OU l
William A. Van Siclen, Jr.'the late Judge Ricardo A. Viler -low down, many fots. suffer na hin 3 out of 4 cases In doctors'
R. B. Ward, Mrs. Hunter of Colon. She is a graduate of aSlIke-feel lseble. Miner d.-
e, Mrs. Arthur Albright. Mrs. St. Mary's Academy and is em- dr due d or wrong diet *Chne are re
Walter Zimmerman. Mrs. J W. played with the Cervecerla Na- na ma f n u lt frequent n sb '" an
B. HAll, Mis. Lee Nash, Mr s. cional. y ear- kine if h.a 014d4 P1f7W fma, sr firanst
Thomnals Fels, Mrs. Irl Sanders, The announcement was made[AM am n hd..p r 1rgo iaaetel s o atr o
4unetefutty by ForIn actual tests bydtors Ly
Jr., Mrs. George Poole, Sr., Mrs. at a private party Sunday eve- mitianaI for over parn. it' amazn Plkbam'a Compoun( brought
Elmer Sterns. Mrs. Brieda Boyd- ning at the home of the bride-i ow dmf rU FteA's ive hap re- plete or Strflki relief fo such
staWn, Mrs J. W. L. Graham, Mrs. elect. ier mm *65 d eistofrts-help the t9 0rewIn30out 44of the ealgI
King. Mrs Gilbert Lee with Mrs. miles of kbte luabes and lisflusen finch a Pilha'g is.Wder is
Morris Seeley of Pedro Miguel,'Mrs. Kramer out e. Gt.ailatdy
and Mrs. Curtis George. Complimented With Shower t5o &t Lydia X. Plnkahm's V
Houtekses for the party were IA bridal shower was given t todar nt. SeeIfta
M/rs. Webster, Mrs. Doyle Sny-Mrs. Nelson Kramer, of CurunA- reIIthlint
der and Mrs. Emerson Cottrell. du, by. Mrs John Forrest of Ihelp you feel better before nd d,-
Old Cristobal at her residence; your perfodl f i "
Vi itors Arriving Mrs. Kramer is the former ," on--d you super fromu n
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'if It Is "just normal" for a man
to grow les attentive to his wife
after they have been married a
vear. Or, if maybe she is to blame
or the way er husband takes
her for granted i contrast to the
way he treated her before they
were married.
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Junior the big kids are right,
there really tent any Santa
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7et to feeling she sto being taken
for granted, but sooner pr later
she will be taken for granted.
she2l find herself hushed If
.sle opens her, mouth during the
broadcast of a baseball or foot-
ball game.
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more excited over going hunting
with a crony or two than in tak-
Inp her to the fanciest party.
Shelldiscover that her sprighi-
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if he is behind the morning or
evening paper.
She'll find that the swain who
once waited on her so patiently
gets downright irritated If she
keens him waiting five minutes.
She'll find that the morning.
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her husband is in a big hurry, or
worried over something,
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Iders' Great Hurler Races
Dodgers" Great Hurler Races

Easy Winner In NL Vote Tomorrow
NEW YORK. Nov. 21 (UP)-Joe Black of the urse 275.00 Pool closes: 45
Brtoklyn Dodgers and Harry Byrd of the Philadel- First Race of the Doubles.
I Tin Tan V. Castillo 115
phia Athletics today were named Major League 2 Filon1 T. Medrano 115
rdokies of the year. 3 Biscaya B. Aguirre 117
rooKies O e year. 4 Consentida E. Dario 106
Mlacc. who 'Aon 15 games and, of the St. Louis Browns and set'- 5 Filigrana Jose Rodri. 112
saved J5 mor, while losing only en votes for Catcher Sammy, 6 Kaitan V. Rodriguez 112x
fotkias the greatest relief pitch- White of the Boston Red Sox. 7 Little Lulu G. Sanchez 112
er In the history' of the Dodgers. I 8 Piropo M. Zeballos 112
gatled the National League a- The only other National- 9 Kon Tki C. Kam 106
wald in a freeze League players to receive votes' 10 Peggy R. Guerra 109x
Re got 19 out 0o 24 baseball were Relief Pitcher Hoyt Wil- -
wrers' vote helm of the New York Giants.
Syrd. on the other hand. bare- with three, and Shortstop Dick 2nd Race" F-2" Native 7 F s.
ly wn out in the American Groat of tht Pittsburgh PirstePurse: 27 5.00 Pool cloes: 1:15
League in a close three-wav bat- and Third Baseman Ed Mat- cond Race of t
tie? He received nine votes to10 thews of the Boston Braves with' I Caaveral V. Casurilloe 115
elt for Catchpr Clint Courtnev one apiece. 2 Pesadilla M. Hurley 115
3 Opex B. Aguirre 115
S4 La Negra V. Rodriguez 112;0
S o5 Grito y Plata G. Sanchez 115
Know Your BHS Gridder 6 Strike Three J. Reyes 115
S0 3rd Race "F-2" Native 7 Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:45.
I1 Escalerilla J. Reyes 114
2 Golden Babe J. Phillips 1110
3 Buenos Tardes C. Chonge llx
S4 CmDuque o Jose Rodrl. 114
.* 5 Muneco 0. Castllol20
6 El Mafrio V. Rodriguez 109x
7 Tap Girl J. Cadogen 114
S4th Race "F-I" Native 6 .2 Fgs.
Purse: $27.5.00 Pool closes: 2:20
I Raymond 0. Castillo 108
1N2 Romantico A. Mena 107
3 Rio Mar 0. Sanchez 112
4 Campesino Jose Rodrl. 114
5 AvivatQ A. Mena 107
6 Pregonero B. Aguirre 112 F
7 Casablanca M. Hurley 120M
8 Villarreal M. Arose. 108uf
9 Diana V. Castillo 120M
5th Race "E" Naotive 7 Fgs.
Vital Statistics Vital Statistics Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:25 1
Name: BoL Morris Name: Prancis Boyd I Primor B. Agulrre 112
Class: Senior Class: Senior 2 Taponazo J. Cadogen 110 -
Age: 17 Age: 17 3 Diez de Mayo Jose Rodri. 114 F
Weight. 195 Weight: 173 4 Lolito 0. Castillo 120
Heliht. 6-1 Height: 5-10 5 Elolna M. Zeballos 120ti
Position: Fullback Position: Pullback B
Experience: 2 year letterman. Experience: 1 year letterman. 6th Race "C" Imported 7 Fgs.
__.... Purse: $650.00 Pool closes: 3:35 f





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First Race of the Doubles
1 Anglia R. L. Oil 109
2 Vampiresa J. Bakes 103
3 Phlox E. Dario 106
4 Chablis V. Castillo 115
5 Rathlin Light K. Flores 125
6 Piropo II M. Arose. 96
7th Race "G" Imported 61 i Fgs.
Purse: $450.08 Pool closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles'
1 Turf Lodge S. Aguirre 114
2 Ventre a Terre V. Ortega 113
3 Levadura 0. Castillo 112
4 Golden Mine V. Castillo 112

8th Race "1-2" Imported 4' Fgs.
Purse: $375.01 Pool closes: 4:40
1 Corista J. Cadogen 115
2 Alllnomas E. Campbell 112x
3 Piragua H. Reyes 112x
4 Alfonsito K. Flores 115x
5 Beach Sun V. Rodrl. 112x
6 Bendigo J. Reyes 115
7 Interlude V. Castillo 115
8 Pulgarcito Jose Rodrl. 115
9 England B. Pulido 115
Note: Corista runs out of betting
9th Race "I-2" Imported 41.2 Fgs.
Purse: $375.4p Pool closes: 5:15
1 Alto Alegre) V. Castillo 112
2 Hethizo) B. Aguirre 118
3 La Chata A. Mena 112
4 Paques H. Reyes 114x
5 Wild Wire J. Baeza Jr. 112
6 Blen Hecbo R. Guerra 109x
7 ElMago R.L. GOil 116
8 Bartolo G. Graell 114
10th Race '1-2' Imported 4!j Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: 5:40
1 Pepslcola H. Reyes 109x
2 Rosario V. Ortega 120
3 Apretador K. Flores 120

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IATS OFF-The manager of the Yankees acknowledges applause'
s the Municipal Baseball Park ,o Glendale, Calif., ip renamed
;tengel Field. The mayor proclaQaed Casey Stengel Day. (NEA)

Pep Stays On Comeback Trail

By Convincingly LickingChavez

ST. LOUIS, Nov. 21 tUP) -
Former featherweight cham p
Willie Pep bobbed and weaved
further along the comeback trail
Wednesday night for an unantr
nous decision over game. but
outclassed Fabela Chavez of Hol-
ywood, Cal.
All three of the ring officials
-referee Ray Palmer and judges
Fred Connell and Howard Heas-
icored the bout 58-42 in favor of
the Hartford, Conn., ex-chgmp.
Both fighters entered the ring
at the same 12t pound-weight.
There were no knockdowns lan
he 10-round nationally televised
bout, but Pep With an annoy-
ing left Jab and solid rights-.
bad Ohaves on the verge of col-
apse in the sixth. Yet with Cha-
vez In serious trouble, Pep
couldn't get across the clincher,
even with a furious opening at-
ack in the seventh.
Chavez gamely huing o
through it all, and even manag-
ed to come back in the eighth
when Pep, a 30-year-61d veter-
an, looked like he might be feel-
ng the strain of his early' paee.
During the qixth and at vari-
ous times thereafter Pep appeal.i
ed to referee Palmer appar-
etnly questioning Chavez's con-
dition but Palmer motioned
the fight to continue each time.

4 Miss Fairfax B. Aguirre 114
5 Mosqueton V. Rodrl. 106x
llth Race "F-T" Native 7 Fgs-
Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: zxxx
1 Mochito B. Aguirre 119
2 Cosa Linda G. Cruz 117
3 Risita A. Mena 118
4 Sin Fin J. Reyes 112

Juan Francs Tips

1-Biscaya Tin Tan .
2-Grito y Plata Pesadilla
3-Golden Babe Tal Ghirl
4-Pregonero Casablanca -
5-Primog Elolna
6-Rathlin Light Phlox
7-Turf Lodge Ventre a Terre
8--England Interlude
9-Paques El Mago
16--'Miss Fairfax Apretador
11--Sin Fi Rsita

Only once did Chavez' condition
hold up' thd show. That was at%
the start of the final round when
a slight cut near Chavez's left
eye was examined by a doctor.
Chavez, a %4-year-old Mexican.
seemed to be holding his own
during the early rounds. But
Pep's in-ano-out left and a jar=
ring right that Chavez never
seethed able to master finally
told the story.
It was. a usual Pep perforn.-
A*de as he markeA up Chaves
ps his ninth victim in 10 fights
on his comeback attempt. He
-bobbed, floated and out-boxed
the younger Chaves tito defeat,
scrambling away from Chbves
when he toned aggressor and
several times. twirling Chavet a-.
reund in rute Pep style as
if 'he were his partner In a
square dance.
SW1Ule he was never', knocked
d6 n, Chpvea did meet $he can-
v three times .-% one on an
olb6iOu slip and twice in a ma-
neuver that could have been
called pushing on the part of the
egtty Pep.
'But while Pep toyed with
gives, in the ninth and tenth,
.peer lost respect fOr the
ar's ability. "He's a good
oh kid,' said Pep in the
toom1 after the bout.
knobdy o, out. He'g
-'Nt too. tough."
S"his ya a' 178th ring ap-
rance for Pep, whoI jut 10
r. agle toay, inid ally,
tn the New oIrk State ver
the fealabe'ight champion-
I.p ih a 15-r:zftd decision.


One Killed;

2 Hurt In

Road Race'

Italy's Giovanni Bracco hLas
taken the lead in the rugged
Pan American auto race that
claimed one life yesterday. Ah-
other asccdent knocked p ce-
settting French driver Jean deh-
ra from the running.
Bracco pushed his Ferrari up
to an 86-mile an hour average
to takb the lead as the dftn-
dlng field of 18 reached Mezicc
City and the finish of the third
Mexican engineer Santos Le-
tona was killed and his co-driv-
er injured when their Jaguar
oonv'tible smashed into a
bridle at high speed- not far,
from Mexico City.
ehr%. Is in serious condition
alter his car plunged Into a ra-
VWO1 47 miles from, Mexico City,
He was driving alone.

At a Glance

MBy Uilted Press)
"The 90th birthday of Connie
Maek; ZaUi on December 23rd --
2ut 1I,1 his close friends stag-
ad 'Ia last night In Philadel-
phia to honor the former man-
aRg. of the A's. The party was
held early as Mack plans to
leave for his annual wilr4er vac-
ation in'a few weeks. Among
those present were Coimn laion_-
er Ford Frick and American
League President Will Hariidge.
Veteran Virgil Trucks, who
pitohdd two no-hit, no-run
gaines last s"asor, has signed: hi
Detrdit Tiger contract. At the
same time, the Chicago Wlite
'Sox announce outfielder Bil
Wilson will be discharged from
the Army tornprrow' and report
for Spring training.
will resume .at Bow ,
fo a five day temporary
cancellat in when the ,ol
felused to ride because
condition of the trAck.
Maryland Raching oam
has exteaded the Bew i
date t D ber t
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an t an usual but the so. did n
1952 s eason praouaed Braves. Ver
pleity ..f- other change easily Red ot
ovesiarz in the peanant and ant a
sfrd _tfi v t ler e o b.
it R MoUiM er on tse lbg winter.
started hor players hd -
bad mWMo i in any year.
A keof American al

ouse. pr.-uiOt,, o -.21; Mr
Moat'. oe.thte ar son. repeat h arl Glob-ot
-era w oere solid bait. play ets utNro st.
even rnle of thoaIie team, a i or
theo frilwwn ap it In il aHodg eto Omma
the off-uoft. He"iiuG Han I Abe erstela.
oi the Dodgers, the hitless World "
Series floperoo. ."Th-okrt e Ua4 U&- tATaTh
In addition to- peR ra- R hich overSthe h yarsh
Campanells of the ogge as I r ;fat .M
of the Cf atdo f b el (6 iSe to
ed inhapp th eNtir durtng ^na5 .i,000
hFerris.ain of the A -B e .e ,dL
ra, PhirU Ao yto" Piles VeneSupl4 I

r sult 0 a mierable 1p. he Panama.
nodsrag t he oulandes win ,ea. Urn.
lected in in the American. Leus i sMaA to iandOftl

R Whh.tta whl Bra
for twI ali be. Gl M OMUUH n -
of 0the ieOF oU thSer-
nost tbWelta 8xte ,.iO'.Lbr Th a bt.
wel iVOWthefr romks rea cc .0e 5

men 'Inethot p o" e b a.L
lhat y IM ,-ta ,.T.
the Ihrmlad jinx. = IU6 IAS 1d
becaM -an all-star camsaltyas a th tt py n
result oi a miserable lup he ,
icke ily in the ea
and Ralph Lner'a achin b.bk lasyear to South AmertIA sa-
contribn d to a .246 batt M G* I R W",inP1apd. wiltthe
era9* t at douldnt win Mim B A4Dttt T. T ear. urn-
slot 1n the'National League's u.Jy f "atoWrto
outfield. t he t "teapm while3u u also
dlirfi gtab ackl Rob fl's=;ti ed at-In-the
secoK .baser pogltion UA i *the:L O1olpTQIte ila.

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PHLOX -------................... E. Dario 116
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fli-ea score adrolt In picking the cdy for a
on tbW air. superduper performance than
Anything goes. one year a when these two schools meet.
New Oftelanf nlOewspsK.-ead- Last year It was substitute d4
lined:. "Tackle i '. Thieliman Molloy who got up off the beach
of LU VIol r enes 1t- and completed seven straight
In ear of Tulai .Cne p eases to earn the Yales a 21-21
haIs beV tween im and
Sano be nd 4ad An Barber shop strategists have
vItas, 23-22 and pokted a lot of fun at Harvard.
Lehigh have lay C most Blck In the 1900s. wse gu.V
games 87. ed to uy that youhad.
.brn_ on Beacon Bill or belox
Oneefi the most dfl.atic Big to Forcellian to make the,Hat-
Gamest was the "12 1otIA* yard arslty, except that a few
Michigan nerve-arrt- South Sbston Irishmen were rd-
son fiih. IThe Baukeesl lump- onrlted to do the tackling.
ed off to a .0-popt antage ..I one of the canvas- acet-
but fe- young tion..hp Ann ed It Qames, Capt. Aoofiteof
Arbor zmet thin ealenm. m.a- the Crimson calledh2s b a m to-
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swipglng a bit, so that his range
from us Increesed vsr sow .
Svobtually one bullet with
the right guesstlmation for lead
and ra tumbled him. He ran
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to safety.

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how far out ahead of him
keep the muale of m .257 mag-
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troaby list.
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'7r more studious authorities
1sa I, gents with stopwatches
surveying Instruments, Jeeps
Jaguars, have clocked ante-
at steady speeds as high as
There are those who insist
1L sprint at 60 is quit pos-
for the white-rumped hot-
Sof the Wyoming plains. .
y contrast, the whitetail buck 0 W YOUR
WHo breaks down through the MARK
tbr with what seem to be aE
.HP 8g speed is straining to 20 *** '
k l. He merely seems fast be-
of the dense growth-the
sails along out In the
Sea, where you can see him
Io when he sees you come.
ut neither one can beat a
And Mr. Antelope is even
iM, able to beat i bullet than
'b should be because of his
rnious habit of running along yards, would be about 17.84Le.
aX arc of a circle, around the for that cartrilqe, close to
threat of a car or a hunter, in- antelope lengths. ..
of lighting a shuck '
tight for the tate line. How'd ws Aiure Iti Wl i

top a bald hill a i ucessibh f to In that ram eled In
He was Obviouslyit the antelope running40
a ras the loc"aI01T 1D a houror 50feet per
officer for a bunth Of would bayv toratte-
553 delight doG I ltoP. uin ?n2 doi all thsat4
W enjoyed a sle ia when abig bakl B
..e A ied his beeb
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ndwedba d. tl I ng -30 b .
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te game or over ee Fat
w* down the ill OQ a tV r.3aJ antelope that wiyl. A
t would eventual flat-shottin hgh-veloity
bitAifrj l to within 400 yards Is the beat tool if you waft D
f us, Pin a ticket on one of thoseanW
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Average Smoker

Burned Up $90

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pnutma American

NEW YORK. Nov. UP' --li
voi4 are an average cigarette
smoker. you spent over $90r n "Let thp pr ople know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
1951 for the pleasure of blo tig. i .. .
tional rAsociation of Trbaoth io TWENTY-EIGHBH TEAR. PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1952 FIV CKNTS
Distributors Inc. said today.
American buyers of cigar-
ettes spent moe than $4,0.-t W raps o rou
31*,300,000,000 smokes.
Tnat represents 3 6 per cento rfS ecuTph
all. expenditures for non-durable
go"d in the nation during last
^T:^t,:; tEisenhower's Korean Trip
Some $2,000,000.000 was collect
ea bY federal, state, and mnunici-
es in 1951. according to a survey p
released by Harden E Ooldstein.
director of market research ft." WASHINGTON. Nov. 21 (UP'-- hower has approved-the prosi- They said he is scheduled to re- **The security of the president- I55MACE OF WOUND i'- Puin a
th'e association. The American public will be kept dent-elect's movements will be ceive his briefing well behind the designate isof paramount impur- Wt.npoint Ridgerin. H a0 to i
The increaSing popularity of completely in the dark on Pre.I- under wraps from his take-oft lines, but emphasized the final tance to the people of the nation 0t"-R'whilUe he manted h machit
cigarette racks, sale of cigar- clent-elect Dwight D. Eise how- for the Far East until he is out decision is up to Eisenhower. as well as to the people of the r_
ettes by the carton, cigarette er's trip to Korea until after helof Korea. South Korean officials hale free world.
tax increases, and the spread leaves- the danger zone, Defcnsc1 News coverage on the trip. Lo- indicated that his visit will begin "In order to assure him all po .
between over-the-counter pric- Secretary Robert Az Lovett said 'vett said, will be arranged by in Seoul where he will confer sible protection during his comn- j S t a
es and vending machine prices today. theater commanders, probably on with Gen. James A. Van Fleet, Ing trip to the war zone in Korea,
are worthy of "special atten- Only one reporter and two a nool basis. 8th Army commander and South it is necessary to observe the fol-
tion" in considering the rela- photographers will accompany That means the president- Korean President Syngman lowing precautions;
tionship between shifts In per- Eisenhower on the. trip. it was elect's personal visit-to the strife- Rhee. "I) There will be no published k 1
crtagetof total cigarette sale" announced in New York by Jamesltorn area will be recorded hut schedule of the trip at any time, C Wao. J D
of various types of retail out- C. Hagerty, press secretary to Ihe his record will not be handled Lovett Issued this statement including departure date. arrival
lets, the survey said. iresident-elect ulith the speed ordinarily used u: which he said had Eisenhower's in Korea or departure from that YORK, Nov 21 (UP)
There were 18.000,000.000 m:-e' Hagerty said a reporter. n .ti;l transmitting news. approval: country. YORK, Nov 21 (P) at
tax-paid cigarettes consumed by photographer and a newsrce'l In Seoul, official sources said "The president-designate of "2) No news report of the t-JD F 0oater Dules, chosen yes- s
the smoking public in 1591 than cameraman will be selected on a present plans do not call for the United States promised the president-designate's activities. ti as secretary of state ina
in 1950 and a retail dollar gain o: "pool" basis. Elsenhower to make any risky American people he w6uld go to will be cleared through the At--,ed thow"er cab8 an-
about $211.000.000. which is the No press planes will be allow- visits to the actual fighting Korea. He is going to Korea Korean theater of operator oda t th c
result of increased consumption ed to precede or follow Eisen- tront. sometime in the future, until after the president-desig- ie no suspiotaiD about the
but also traceable to the federal bower, he added. nate leaves Korea. News oveo tats hhwepartme arters"
:a% boost effective Nov. 1. 1951. Lovett said the news blackout wl be arranged by theater "
An analysis disclosed that will be imposed to assure the commanders, probably on a re Duls h I dia this e
19.1 per cent of cigarettes was president-elect "all possible pro- |W IS Rpool badMts. e .irwasto hnaeto J.-t
sold in independent food stores. tection" and urged cooperation N I sincerely trust that the Xd hr.robead e f e TPo BI
toe largest medium for sales. by the American people and all o .American people and the AmeAr- i"st h i t
Second largest dispensers were news media. eam I caI press, radio. television and meh' to work to -nve4titmte my
vending machines which sold 16.4 Under the Defense Department newsreel will realize the neces- 1dorecord reta
per cent. and third biggest sal's plon-which Lovett said Elsen-B sity for such precautinaryv dthowerep. m
medium was the chain, or sup."- measures and they will cooperate -
market, food stores, which sold o measures and they will deper eto
1 per total sales was EAir rC SEOL, Nov. 21 (UP Unit- tons guarding the Kumhwa and in carrying them out.'" o lf. .is about til e',w-
One per cent of total sales ws ies A F ed Nations rockets and artillery Chorwon invasion r o u t e a' to artmeot. Thafd tes b e
made by mail order. i. i i chased four Chinese "mechanic- Seoul. t for bot and tor
The su high ratey concluded that .Am ToU UJ al monsters' off the battlefield UN troops loosed one of theU be .* ht'
**this high rate of expenditure today, and threw .back a new heaviest rocket barrages of the l3
clearly establishes that this pro series of Red attacks on Sniper Korean war when 300 'Chinese
duct can no longer be classed, for Ride s truck in waves at Sniper HUI. -
tax purposes, as a frivolous luxn- $ Te Chinese called in four ar- Rocket launchers fired more t b
rybut that it must be classified ored tank-like vehicles to sat- than 600 missiles, some design-
Msa necessity for the majority of WASHINGTON. Nov. 21 (UP)- urat the South Korean defenses ed to explode in the air and fl "0. 2% r
America's population." The District of Columbia court on the central frd t.with multi- some on striking the ground,. n N By
of appeals, yesterday upheld a ple machi egUn rie. To the west Chinese assault A contract to s8u11 tur ix' -.
S' 7.0ga 0st de, at u t forme inst But UN srtilery got the vehi- unitb attacked UN ItIolis imately 870,"00p oin of 1 k_ 1
aocirt two former Chinese Air cles in range and forced the fronting Jane Russll Hill in the produced sugar wO1 bea_. 4:t .,A .
Force officers in favor of the Reds to re t r e a t with their Triangle Hill mass. The Reds the Co mlss l ii to
S The court ruled that the Chi- Mt. Papa, two and a half miles era where they were engaged in 1 a, a. A" I wab announced hetdol4'.
ang Kal-shek government was northeast of Sniper Ridge. hand fighting before be. day. be announce rt
within its rights in using U.S. Red raiders attacking in the in driven off. t o
couita to try to recover the money Imjin River sector of the west- while the Allies were repelling The lopal manufacturing firm aR
as well as to obtain an account- ern front drove UN troops back the attacks on Sniper Ridge twa was one sft two bidder' to nur- McCar y Was
ing of $49,000,000 advanced for from two outposts during last Chinese Communist army comr Ish the supply whleh i expected edferenee f,. .
Air Force purchases. night. However, this morning UN meanders sent congratulations to to be shtI icOent to diest.tle Com" D h1 Com
Lt. Gen. P. T. Mow, principal troops reoccupied one of the po- the Red troops fighting in thb missar Dlvislona requirementR gAe t under a
defendant. was removed from his sitions without a fight. 37-day-old battle of the Kumn for the months of December and tratlon, a"MA
purchasing post here and has Elements of a Chinese batta- hwa ridges. January. The other bidder was a secretary of stqft
been in Mexico City fighting ex- lion were committed in attacks Peiping radio said the gene States firm; The picture 1 .
tradition. on Pinpoint Hill and Rocky als, whose names were not give, The. total contract for the different now," ha l-. ,'
He and his aide., Col. V. 8. Point, key defensive positions on raised the Chinese soldiers sugar will amount to over $o0,- sume, we cAn- take'
Hslang.also a defendant, refused Sniper Ridge.heir"brilliantvictories" a 000 in- mopey value. terial to Dulle
Make checks payable to Cru- to return to Formosa as they The attacks were the heaviest claimed the Reds inflicted 18,00 The la. Aaucaera La sttella complete plctsrnd. -
sale For Freedom, Chase Na- were ordered to do so. They have in four days against vital post- casualties on the Allies in t has bete saOpeasful bidder for couldn't do Ilt h
tsonal fank, Balboa Branch. not appeared in court. past .20 days. sugar sold M the Commissarv cretary of Stairto
S g. The broadcast did not men- DirIslin 4n ;unierous'. ccasions As Chairman
_Montgomery__lit tion Chinese casualties, before. The principal -refinery committee of g
___. ar \r-------.! the company is located In tons in the nsw
eseuTipped To Win AuCHa e sue* earthy will bt i-
S o W n CHS students Bidsfor t~ two months'saugar keep a coptinun
fLMu makes me feel Italian Oscar Sworn Into ..0* 0 Depme-n
lISworn IntonThe sar Id"obe. supplied In cedures.
the fowiti 'amounts: 4,800
Sli lli ROME, Nov. 21 (UP) The Naval Reservee of m-oun cas; McCarthy also -
:3lk a m llo Italian version of Hollywood's v ,012fvpound whether
movie academy awards will be 9000 12 e-pound whether -he
presented here tonight and it Darrell Greene of Gatun an4 D6 es; 900 sacks of 100 fire career, di
was reported that Montgomery Donald Ponder of Mararrita, PThe pac aged to e Davies,-
Clift, American star, will be- both seniors at Cristobal High SR 4 s le I the division's an A:
Some the first foreigner to get School, were sworn into the th r is to
Film sources said that Clift enlistment yesterday ink-. thehi Ie division's ware-i V cp:
wasp i" cked for the *"Nastro D' principa's office at the school Is tmn Hope during nc
^ ^ B ^^^ A$Argento"--silver ribbon- mby Lt. L. A. Livingsto, USNth lecmr an god i
the best0male acLor of 1931-_Naval Reserve Coordinator of' thei oa oi anluary. mecstt1 -
1953 for his part In "A Place in the Fifteenth Naval District. federO r
Sthe Sun." Both Greene and Ponder, as I e a
Italian star Anna Magnanl is reservists, are members of the Ii s who ha
expected to get the award as Naval Reserve Composite U7nlt
best actress for her performance 15-1 of Coco Solo, which is bead.; secur
in BellisiarL." ed by Lt. Cor. J. T. Glance, M
1alboa Tides As members of Unit 15-1 t .Tn
new Seaman Recruits willre-
Saturday. Nov.. 22 ceive regular instruction and
Igh Low traininR in Navy life whi h will NEW D. C 'NiV. 21 (UP)- Mo
6:42 a-m ............. 12:40 a.m. eventually, qualify them todal Nehru told -
7:20 p.m. ............ 1:06 p.m special ratings. the. today that theP
ndig g. on Korea "if
Everyone who flies KLM is treated like "one in a and put for-t
million" always... but right now, low Thrift Season a t tremendous
Fares emphasize that feeling of well-being. You save -humanity."
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