The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00210

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i Ft. Amador 8gt. Yakas.t 33 miles east. The Pantu PanJuene both of
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would be glad to work at a fraMtion of the pay demadby aller.
our citizens. You do the same thing with the Hindus from In- the argument in
dia in the Treasury Dept. The Chinese would work well in th nknrk tun. abou the union'
Dept. of Commerce, and of course the Siberians in the Dept. of demand for the. % eents an
State. Then you could replace the U. S. citizens in the Dept. hour oaekare grated the Uni-
of Labor with the low paid nationals from Africa, put them +Pd Steelworkern after the ladt
anywbepe, the idea is to get cheap labor., nd displace our stand* *mss strike Phil Murray led this
ard of. living. *- nine.
Whilt the Federal men who
You might ask why we have discriminated against the coun- worry awt our new weapons
tries of England, France, etc., but the reason is not one of -color' -lited, Jthe1, hr aln Loeomo-
or race but because they would have to be paid almost aa mch 've Ca. M e et mo of
as our own citizens..and that would defeat our plan. Now whAt. 'he ateel- Idujd4 and there.
do we care if the people start to squawk, who listens to thbW to" should n 4 -t hsih a
peasants these days? "i.-g, ires...e. e'lDakirk
Now. If you uoubt whether this can be done or not, I'll tell -rtrrer- t M wete Melm-
you where to get expert advice on the plan, see the officials of '-Mrs of the United Bteelork-
the Panama Canal Co. and the heads of the Army, Navy, and ere.
Air Force th the Canal Zone. So vry *honldit they set
who **r telr brethren ogt? -
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other arrangements for the moving, arrival and switchin oker t
their freight trains, so that' their arrival at the Panama '0 hIthio r k ein
station will not coincide with the 12 o'clock rush. 1 aru being
I have been caught in that traffic lam many times at th unnoticed
eroasing between Parque de Lesseps and the police booth o t A ri
Central Avenue at the peak of the noon rush when, due to til
Dor arrangement, traffic Is needlessly tied up for many matr- a'eamilnq for M-
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A*N S *$9 **O o11 %AN- Si sf 94 3 BY VICTOR RIESEL 4 '
N Irou t.SRUM .. R W. Li ro I sten. That hydro an bomb
Sr.a't be dropped until it's pro- .
Seduced. It can't be ianss-produc- 4
: TAed until something called the ,
I 11e I L Savannah project of the Acorn-
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S Thb. Mail so in an oen pe im rtoi. .cad.rs oft The Pseme Am. cEven then those landl-Ultting
lne.. Letters are received gratefully and e handled isa wheiy amn hor oers ont roil oftf el line
otiel manr. anti) 1955. But we wOn,, finsh
i f yoe contribute a letter don't be impatient it doesn't appe I at L te nt wt
st day. Ltte.i are published n the order received. of I tomla eneri conat taI on
SPlease try to keep the letters limited to em. page nlth and euppl str5lkes coth8 S
Identity ot letter. writers held em strictest confidencett d OBnd otg. pygtte i iii.
This ewpaper assumes me responsibility for satement: ,openio' n mebody listen r ffwe
Sapreesd in letters tream readers waat nuclear Wbo O te
o IHad lmaftowdr sta d ever.
THE BRONX night at the White r oase the
other Tuesday he might havb
Sat in on another closed session
Sir: Wednesday which Woldd have
Some character appropriately signed "Flush D. Bowl" quoted tien him a preview gt head
the manager of the Balboa Gasoline StaJon as saying "That's a cites to come.
terlet" (adding "I found out later he was Irom the Bronx") in' He would have seen the h-
t curious communication on which your paper had the genero- man side of the atomic giant
qity to expend expensive newsprint. He would have heard nerve.
Does Flush D. Bowl actually mean to Intimate mispronun- wracked government pe2le
ciation of this noun, which evidently occupies such a paramoun, pleading with union offielaig
lsitiOn in] the workings of his mind, Is typical of The Bronx. nd company executives to .
gas thi comic-book Pygmalion toured the Borough of Univel ,nd a three-menth strike in a
itles (Forham, Manhattan, NYU. St. Vincent's, Hunter) to verl- plantt which is the only eoarea
y his obviously deep rooted fantasy? for special dmlell to bhi .
whioh, they tell me I can't
I've been speaking with Bronxites for more than two de- tell you hown goes lato pro-
cades; all shape and sizes: from RivLrdale to Southein Boule- duction of the hvdrog bemab.
vard; from :4U Hill Road to the Stadium. I have never hear' Since Aug. 29.-the b0 St el
toilet pronounced there as Flush D. Bowl reports. workers have been striking tU
,American Locomotive Co. at
My lifetime experience in fact is that such word formation lIunkirk, N.Y.
Is contrary to the average (if such a phenomenon exists) Bronx For three months. the Atomle .
speech. In a million and a half population though, he might .Energy Commilnlon. DuPont
find a few who conform to his mentally-deficient theory. (which operates Savannah) the .
But if his letter indicates the conversational Bons Mots of Pentapgon and. fI a ally, the
Which he is capable Flush D. Bowl had better avoid the Bronx White House have stood by aim-..
to spare himself Cultural embarrassment at the hands of any olv teulin the strikers and the
Borough schoolchild. Ioueny that this special fahbr
' It would be difficult also to discover any fellow Bronxites 0ted ricakel tubing now Is critic l
possessing the poor taste and diminutive stature to inflict the "'lly sCrea at Savannah. An.
discussion of toilet facilities, a. your Nov. 20 correspondent, upon i i Just as*tarce at the ede- ----'
a newspaper's readers. vilerl Atomio Unetrv Commission
.ontOruction, projects at Padu-
One Bronx Contribution to the Military Defense -"h. K .
of Flush D. Bowl's Right to. be Rldlculous. Pe.r with me, for a moment I W ish It W as TI
hill I tell you pahnt. Ppiurall.
That's a gaseous diffusion s IAof
THE MASTER PLAN olant which mikes "somet'-lng" BY 0 RUARK
that will go into Savpnneh for
I, irs: :ivenoqen bomb output.
Without Padncah. our produr- NEW YORK. In my life -I have written a time of" the
I have a tip for the visiting Congressmen on Pow to save tion of atomic or hydrogen of pieces for- other peoph and about many against t are
mill .ns o: collars ior the U.S.A. The Idea Is not my own as hombs must suffer. There lust ings. Tnil s a piece written for me and its You can heb
you '..ill inct out at the end of the letter. lqn't ennush "stuff" coming ot ..le is as follows: "I Wish It Was Meat Thurs- 'croak and the"
n..3 will take a numocr of years to put Into effect, but can of OPk Ridge to Pllow us ftll .:,y." ny mre tt
e cjne whib perseverance and fortitude on the part of Con- ,*oduction of both the new fiery rvi e reason I'wish it-was next, Thursday is nThe sre Il
grass. First off it will take large appropriations of the United -immick and that old fashioned that I will be Oown In the. victtty of Klngtree, which I see a
States t. x-payers' money, but they won't say anything if you I-1-omb. s.C., riding a hors6 with-a back roade as a wood penker is;.
doit' publicize your scheme. With the money you establish Want to know how many divan and a gait i, slow a a Rupld piaantn '.-yo0u- are
schools in the various countries about the world. Staff the It.rlkes there have been it Pa- thought process. Falling off a hte like the In
achools with Americans for the purpose of teaching the natives ducah? Exactly 59 maior stop- one will ride'will be le. painful than sitting or"B-t-
nF-Ush. After several years of such training natives in craft rcaes. Cost us 3,158,278 man- in an easy chair, *
and clerical work, the harvest is ready. The plan Is to train ours. I will be opelmigg te qul sal with te1 lat one'b.ii
them for administrative work later on. *' Now let's get back to the n.klr- pueoted friend of mine, whiae ta.ene 'me,.I aey iM
., .. .. -,-, .. .. el tubinRg strike at Dunkirk. For bkt It .s the best-mfall ekf o e'M ad ,


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S '-, .; tArmY has be*en te.unit .gle .wifull authority
ito mack- b by anthe B con-'t er
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he mera- lMWr wr. er officers, who are
wod 0. eMe secondd in command in
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M in dydne a "colossal" task
t* ei\sld of political educa- I
eM "Iih VEjld the army. He explained: l
"Mtwo the $"faet bML sub- t. oomprehenlve system of Al
n o1 a r- .a un MaX9te6 alnt education bas i d
to been army. It In- A f .
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f -t.it rom ommanders to wi
the Ofmmanders, are be
eat tu e army has now 1356 b
i entMi uarshal Vasmilevokyoald inhfa his univerv it arsism- Lenin-
unet rWeeekh at the conpehs that at Am h an,,Wide network of p _rty
ai eatd In om t.e I.4 pw dent of the "of- schb o tlal schools an
anmsolce..'e- If a, nd.anJb" of the Army ,a working."
a. for, 2 A y or of the Komo- has tding role in th _
SComuniat Youth Or- So There are regiments
14 JItoie iasu wtart. t woerao- than 80 per centa-of
'1 Ag0rl5a Vaasllevsky, thq Al mL= onme 110ed
Stake hi nt. ui be long to this pr-lV .
us to strengthen the
ekd'fian command" -
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eOuiiaauad, taken In 1n2, to do a ILondon to Kun trout
a w. he institution of l otent. It clearly
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Swarthe te somis- smto tllthe world that
roa o rw am-. went Into conflict there will be niTpetitton of the Aiirs
wimodt h t tary commanders events durin tlast war, when om
elae aa de ationa. Because General V. A Vlaaaov and some wr
and o .itr Gore- lesser Red Army commanderesOM
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IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
: NEA Staff Correspondent


'a HOLLYWOOD -- 'NEA- Be-. the Lion" reminds -'e of the
hind the Screen: This may DelL.ie a new zaaw play was a-
Hollywood's biggest vea r or'o uLu to op.,n in Lonaon anoa tne
l uper musicals, Dut Walter Pid- a-Liic pa)i*giinl, sent a pair
geon. who v.as a minor NMario 01 tiCKeLs 0to Winston Churcnidll
-A1 Lanza on Broadwav and in early: ..tn a note.
Warner songles. won't be going. t"nciusea are two tickets for
S "Mil ml, mi, mi." th'e opening ot my play. 'ine
I haven't sung a note in 15 Uniet is lur a irieno-if you
ears," h e shuddered on MOM's nave one.'
Dream Wife" set. "I couldn't thurenill replied in a note to
S. g a note to save my life now. shaw: "sorr), Oub I can't make
-4 Hollywood wants to empty your opening night. Ms friend
eaters, I'm just the man to ana I will see me play on the
do it.. second night-if there is one."
Pidge, a Ie's Known o t. *
SwLeo the Lion lot, ha. been at the "Hollywood's typed me as an
S.- studio since 1937 and kil. be c.y nionce menace. I'm lea up
Sitting the screens soon in %Ah it. Tnats not me at all.
"Vickie." hi eighth co-starring gorgeous Marilyn Maxwell,
. film with Oreer Garson, who's L.,nr.S wonl wnistLes at tne San
he daytime Mrs. Pidgeon. I'm -iego premiere Of Auied Artist
the daytime Mr. Fogelson. Why, ri'aL Iop,' explaining her rea-
*-.n EuropeD a lot of people think sons lor rehearsing a mngnt ciu
Greet and I ,are married." song-anao-oance ac ana L3 sne
Retirement for the handsome recently liea irom moviEtown'
a, star. who's a grandfather and aor a comedy fling on tme stge;
whose age is somewhere near in "emam to be Been op-
th ?60 mark? lpoite joei MarsLon.
S "I'm not ready to retire. Not "I wanted to see if I could do
until they don't want me. The a sage show," she fIashed. it.
minute you relax and settle i"e results were even better
down, you put on fat and de- than I expected. I proved I could
velop a waistline. You get sog- be honest and sympathetic. It's'
y." comedy, singing and dancing
S. for me from now on.'
Jack l-'iley asked songwriter
Buddy Bregman for a novelty CHANGE OF FPACE
song to waro'., on a Texas night
club tour. "I'd like something, Ellena Verdugo's Spanish an-
sort of hall-southern and half- Icestry won her the role of the
Hollywood,'" said Jack. sexy native doll opposite George
So Bregman sat down and Sanders in "Moon and Sixpence"j
wrote "Carry Me Back to My and then typed her in Hollywood
S Old Virginia Mayo." as a south-of-the-border tamale.
She dreamed up a Mexican
FRIENDLY (?) REPARTEE accent for the roles.
But now she's flipping out a
The film version of George Brooklyn accent as Millie in the
S.- Berrnrd Shaw's "Androcles and TV version of radio's "Meet Mil-
..... lie" and remarks. "I've never
been to Brooklyn but I've never
been to Mexico, either."
Eilena's as awed as all movie
queens who have switched to
TV. She told me, "In two weeks
I received more fan mail than
I got in four years of working
in Hollywood movies."
A movie queen who shall re-


NOT FOR PARTI-GOERS-
Fabian Nilsson, of Stockholm,
Sweden, has devised a new-
style door lock. The key Is a
razor-thin blade of perforated
metal, which slips 'nto a slot in
lock mechanism. Inserting
Lie key and pulling it out again
unlocks the door, which opens
automatically. The Inventor
claims there are four billion pos-
sible combinations to which the
lock may be adiusled.


main nameless ikies to tel about
a dream she had in which Tal-
lulah Bankhead was bitten by a
mad dog. A doctor was called
but by the time he arrived he
told Tallulah it was too late to
save her life. He said she would
die of rabies and suggested she
draw up her will.
Tallulah immediately rushed
to a desk and madly wrote and
wrote and wrote. The puzzled
doctor finally interrupted her
with, "Really, I d dWpt.-now you
bhad so much e1 otp. ftteve
your friends and r ",
"Oh, doa't bar t
replied TaBuiah. t.jfs ak*
ing out a list of people Fm goe-
ing to bite before I die."
The sensational Sans Souci
Revue from Havana. Cuba. cur-
rently at the Flamingo Hotel in
Lasm VegaA, hops to New York
in December to collect s fortune
in TV bookings.... Barbara
Stanwyck's spitting mad at-ton-
gue-waggers who are linking
her with 22-year-old Robert
Wagner. the Fox dream boy.
who's in the cast of her new
flicker, "Nearer Mv God to
Thee." Not true. says Barbana
...Shelley Winters is giving her
greatest performance these
days as the time for the stork's
arrival draws near. Such drama


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SPECIAL NOTICE
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8270.00 for puasge on our twelve passenger shies safllng
weekly from Balboa to Los Angeles and/or Sal Franebseo,
returniur from Los Angeles tickets limited to four
months. effective September 15th to May 15th
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_01a6- Davl oFeana 9f Washtigt C DC., inA
L ,a, anal F "anoe" -the -E-*t
Oak a aedita mar rafe 0& eir dra va
*, ew-o^ ,tt ,Mr. Daniel kogan Ai.ex n seo. .r. .d
SiM RAlexander of Arlipgt&, Y 1oi.aR, al. .
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.r mwlnE will graduate with the ulass of JaPWt7 .
Arwe Coolidge igMh os where abe Ip s
belts gg elt w it, Alpba Chapter, sad
r is a radu. BAtm thS Soheelo, glassO
M 4 I. at present w*eng Texas A& A where 9e .6
In Business Aftisnation.
weddaing will tae place eh January ., 1953.
President And Mrs. kiAon Tea To Honor Wives of
'To"Be UDnes At Begeetion Diplomatic Corp
.;yXltatlo ae b .ln suied e Wives of the DIpoma
the B1eas. 6Cori* acct4iadd .3d na
the Union Ct;-fIctp n wfl Ibe the. gubaest of r
t' be gi la f a tea to t en on
: oUlenhcy, the esident .o the Noveber by Mr. Je
Riepubllc of Pnana, 0iM. lmonr.Gu0do, wie, of t he-
rW tMeotono Remop o- rid ter f. rei atlon d
Ao..JVPeWB.-,f2Lromn 9:00 to 2 9'V ee-Pr eldent Of tha. e-
SP.m, of Panama, at her lome
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of Colonel -.,I -rs. E.
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daughter of Mt. aL d Mrs.
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breweli Dinner Givp,. .
is Henurtewtte ,
Zevance G
Laner Amba for
Panama and ,r
de Zevaloe, w
honor at a failt .
eurtematte at f a
Bella Vista.
r. and Mrs. Taet
Are Geadarmnts
Lieutenant M* Md. Irs,
Thaier, 6 ofr1t '1%
o~aropa, ann ce o'
of a son, M Ihael Todd
on Nov. 18. -
Mrs.. Thur is
retchenj a .r
boa Its.
Cberlte tR.fl
The F a% of e le
Zone Junxor o0g ent
ed *th a din roc DSdd
ttnr at he Aio-M
Sof the mte of th
e footbah team, the
leaders and the coach.
Covers were laid for

kkee the Bsart
M tinf We y
SThe Executtiv Board
Balboa Woman's C lub wi
Wednesday at.9:00 a.m.
Jewish Welfare Board
in Balboa.
Bridge Tournament Toni
The regular weekly
tournament will be pla
7:00 .m. In the Card R
the hotel TIoll.-
Meext Tonight
P..acltie Bide .I
Meettag of the Women's
,ary of the iscopal
will be held this even
T730 pm,. in Bifop M
Hall.
Speakers will be the di
to the recent general C
tion held in Boston.-Also
Iprga In the SAnAf a- I
the missionary & 1 -i
dlstrtt,- wil be shown;
All members 'o the'
are invited to' attend.


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o' Angelo wps ,,aW1 orS
-chestra. -,
Ladies Aiiargy
MetinK .MOa.W .
leans of
3822, will hold
meeting at' 7:30 m. ati
Post Rome on Cunarm tdad
Auxiliary DsehSbS g t
On Thursday
Thursday moxt r
9:00 to 11:00 a,, t
the Lad
Church, ill be ADI


alone, ,Me
by c. nDVAmO' 1
Colored slides w"il be td

pro as their gbeuests.
0o N their r guets.


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7L no o0h our Stores
62 Justo ArosemenA Ave. 8 Ttivl Ave.
Dressy Cotton Dresses
Evening Dresses
Cocktail Dresses


YEARLY SALE OF


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APPAREL
SPORTING GOODS


ROCK BOTTOM
C. PRICES
CASH SALES ONLY


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I WED. NOV. 26


LASGALL AGENCIES INC.
s4s to Arosemria Ave. No. 73-A Panatna City


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S. A Tt. y In Market


hr Y@Tank!sIving feast
1^ GA. .
Adql -
enad ikth fEdtorter purchasing. Cut the neck offil
By se bdalea'i f close to the body, first alir.tJing
--ib0> bfml.is l ay.n yOUr the neck skin down the center
pCr81 g kwg5 select at 4 Unback 4to shoulders-leav-
e n twkr or. urkey skin over the breast intact-I
,to wus tQ difft en gr u iea tnif possible remove the leg
luan't t-t fer e lon. Tendons become hard
i0 'lzes a 4 to d dry during roasting, making
eA l ie po a soun d atick meat less desirable-
l .li 1s go nds, all tad hard to slice. Clean giblets'
y-to-eook i A gen- promptly.
Ieral rule sI a Ihalf I of turn- To preserve fine flavor and
key ready-teo-ook tiSt per assure best results keep a
serving. If you want sliced tur- ak-froen. ready-to-cook bird
tkey for another meal or two, i m until ready to cook, al-
Arthur .lan up to % poupd per serving; lowing time for defrosting. De-
North Either allowance 'should give trostihe will take 2 to 3 days in
birth choice tidbits for .at least one the refrigerator, or 4 to 6 hours
Thayer, leftAover dish. with the unwrapped bird under
rening cool water.
former took for clean. waI skin wi sure to remove the wrap-
of Mr. few pin-feathers: a ump ful cl sure. to remove the wrap-
. of appearance indi g eat r the body cavity or neck
ness; and good finish fat un- t r frsh tur-
derneath the skin, at least over pftet. Defrosted or fresh tur-
the legs, the sides of the breast 8 ecan. fbe helor 1 d at 36 degrees to
Canal and the back. 38egre for 1 to 2 day.
ertlala- A abshort, broad body will yield RUTH MILLETT Says
y eve- mre meat than a 9 pg., narrow ....
SClub turkey y of the ." w*h. A
o hon- 0'. B bib mayW to taht clan
he Col- rln Fbea ause Mr. J., age 55, and recently
.cheer3 : fr Kar, or' a crooked widowed, .writes. of a problem
breastbone, yet the eating. quaI- common to a great many widows.
twenty t and meat yield can be ood. All of her friends were couples
Here you have the .Admnt e of and now that she is alone they
lower price. have gradually stopped including
If tigkeyr l pucbased dress- h b In their entertaining. She
ed, han it drawn or draw it feelss It is heartless of them. And,
of the yourself as soon as poslble at- perhaps, it .I.
U1 meet -- But have you thought of this,
at the Mrs. A-if, during the years
Center Honesty Is Stil when you were married, you had
n y IS V made some friends among lone
"LRThe' Best' P I women you would have them
Eight I ,, Res OIC now for friends and would readi-
bridge tly be included in their social life?
yed at ( ( .N --24 A great many married women
oom of .SW Mith 35, fluplWsd an do limit their friendship to
AXfte1 ftes tt with b' to re Anled. women. Then, if they
uA -was given a I n by are left alone, they feel out of
'1Joaseph A. G11l plle' in their own social group.
A tn .uaphed a. $10 bill and I is not only a thoughtful,
teglonald I a package ot felsAM ki woman but a wise woman
SAuki- e te." clerk gave bl te wh* doesn't limit her friendship
Church CgiltAP and change, and held ,to couples.
Ing at outs band for the $10. qr inclusion of lone women
for SI ia -th- it the change and in her social life out of her own
the original 410 at the clerk geneosity and understanding
delegates ad ori a ive me a. 30 bill."v her friends to fall back on
Cunven- The erk called police. If she should be left alone.
."Chal,. Said J 01 OGillis, "Ten ad So don't feel to6 hurt when
lm, of ten,*ate-. id 20 and 20 are your married friends gradually
t this 40- plus five. That makes 45 forget- you.
S da~y 1., ,I cn give you for Apparently- when you were in
Parish larceny by trick., their situation you did not go




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CROSS' OF PEACE-- wulam
Prelley, rural mailman, wl see
his dream come true When this '
150-foot cross is. erected imop
Bald Mountain, at Alton Pafsi
Ill.. PCesley formed the BaDm4
Knob Christian Foundation 'at
Anna, Ill., to handle contribu-
tions from people of all faiths
for contbiuction of the concrete
and glass brick structure. Con-
taining meeting rooms and an
observation platform, it will be
illuminated at night: The stru- -
ture was designed by architect
Henri Rush. .j

out of your way to -make friends
with women without husbam.ds;
If you had, you would not be
feeling as neglected and out of
things as you do.
As for middle-aged. women
who still have their husbands,
give Mrs. J.'s situation a lite
thought. When you go out ,o
your way now to make friend
among lone women you wilt-nfl
only be widening your socialclr-
cle. You also, some day, will fltad
that the lone women to whom
you are offering friendship ,*Wl]
be the friends most understand.
tng of your loneliness should you
ever be left alone.


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l eae om Ad tith ouce of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 -- "H" Street Panamai
No. 12,179 C ntral Ave. Col6n


Le% is trmite,
No 4 T v.'ll A\e -Fli.ltiC --...'1 aiI

Morriastn'il
Foutith e 01 lii.' A. --Plvne 2-041


Salon de Belieza Americano
No 55 West 12th Street


Carlton Drug Store
10.050 Melendes Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n


Propaganda, S.A.
Agenia Inlternacional de Publicacione "a" street corner rstudlahte St.
No J L',.erv Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798


tOR SALE rOR SALL MISCELLANEOUS
S' ..-..1. Do you have aeo dikulag eeblem
FCR SALE op,,..i.ro,,., -:,r FC' BETTER USED CARS Write AlaeehIei Am ymen e
cubic ,I'n. .'-.'IE o.e ,r, .. SMOOT & PAREDES I 203 Anes,- C. Z.
$190.0 ,,,. ,o .:.. CHEVRGLET & BUICK__
good c:.no.Io..r, '. -4"-C FOR SALE -1952 Chevrolet 4 door Tivr.h lax, Service. Reliable Cleaon
Owen Sre' B,Iboa De Luxe wth pover glide. IkE Cars Tel. 2-1677, Ancon. Conal
FOR SALE D,,,..:c.'r. I. .,gr- new- ,82'..0C'0 Telephone 5.1- Zone
set. 2 ,nmcr,. icld.ing bedt E,- FOR SALE--PlymouI h 1938. '.'er, SPECIAL EXCURSIONS!
cellert co,',d.i:.n. Tcc. A.er.,e neot gc.od condition, $17500 FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO
No. 2 AcIN C 433-1H. Ancon. Tel. 2-4214.one way $85. found trip $135 (15
.--- HI. -ANFOR BETTER USED CARS dov-limitl. $160, good one year)l;
SMOOT & PAREDES to LOS ANGELES, one way., 5149.
'--- ,- t .h er __r. CHEVROLET & BUICK 15. round trip $252 35, 90 day-
LOST:-B.il. ...or.i m.i. Panama Dispatch Service op-
cies, v,,Th mrone "Cr,.re Pro-'- FOP SALE -1950 Bu,ck Super Ri- posite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama
ty of MIton E Sor.e F.,,,dcr rro ,era Hard-top Convertible. Only 2-1655.
keep mor eN Rei.jrn .llfd1h I,.: I 000 miles, excellent condition
to Panama Amer.,cn hofse. F.n C.:.n,ider trade Phone 8584, Coco JUNGLE JIM JAUNT
amora, reward to_______
DARIEN
ANTF FORBETTER USED CARS Sponsored by Hotel EL PANAMA
WANTED I SMOOT & PAREDES 3 full day. Leave Friday December
CHEVROLET [7 BUICK I- n. ---


,AiNT eelaneon FOR SALE.- 1941 Packard SedanI
WANTED Small aparlmeni, c.rfE Good rraniportaotion, motor and
bedroom reideni.al sector For I.re: Duty paid Leaving Isthmus.
responsible persOn n _T .E'- .I'.S Phone Ted at office Balboa 2-3564
Panama. home D.ablo 2-3177. 1
WANTED -Used 2. cy-ce .a'h,rig FOR BETTER USED CARS
machine rin aoc.d co-Iditi'n. FI SMOOT &i PAREDES
Sherman 8-7>. CHEVROLET & BUICK
OR SA I IFOR SALE -1951 Pontiac Catalina
i'UR SALE De Luxe 8. radio, leather uphols-
S 'erN c.616-Bl. D.oblo.
eelEtae --_----FOR BETTER USED CARS
FOR SALE -Two bedroc.m beach SMOOT & PAREDES
cottage wth electric and waier CHEVROLET & BUICK
supply 3 409 ml Wr,te Mr. C .
9. Stephen;. Box 344 Curundu, C. FOR SALE-1951 Henry J 6-Cylind-
Z. -or pone 2I38., er Two-Door Sedan in excellent
phone________ -_ condition i1.00000. Phone Bal-
SESSOboa 2-1543, 5619-D, Dablo

For the beit .nstruction n soc.ol FOR SALE -- 1942 Chevrolet, 4-
dancing. telephone Prnoma 3- door. good condition. Apt. 831-0
1565. LIono Sears. Balboa Rd Balboa.
;-- ... J FOR BETTER USED CARS
'-Position Uttered SMOOT & PAREDES
S CHEVROLET & BUICK
W ANTED: Cashier also salesgirl.,- F -VA LE T & Bm U ICKd n o r
both ust speak English andSpan FOR SALE -Plymouth Sedan. 4 door
iih correctly and fluently. Neat 1948. Special De Luxe. New rings,
appearance to work at Tocumen seat covers, tires. 2229-E, Curun-
appearance.odac u u from 4 to 7 evenings $900.
Airport, for further particulars m 4 to
please call 3-4968. TI

Help Wanted Truman Says Churc
W "NED dI Oflen Ignores Fighl
WANTED---Cook and housecleaning.
must sleep in, excellent solaryOftenIgnores F
Engel Apartment J. 44th. Street.
No. 37 Edifico Sousa. Apply a n I t
i: ternoons or evenings onl Aga is IIIjus
'1; ALEXANDRIA, Va., Nov. 24 -
pedsSee Famine ,UPI President Truman said
Experts See Famine, sterday churches "too often"
mmunism I Ind ignore heir responsibility for
IIeadership in the fight against
m unim II India injustice and for a better world.
S B lHe said it Is the duty of
Ol f bin rai 6 churches to "hold up the stand-
'from mg Bl ard and point the way" to a
WASHINGTON. Npv. 24 .-A group of population experts i blems in both domestic and for-
e eaia tonight India will be in the, elgn affairs.
trip of famine and Commun- I -Too often our churches have
I mn\ unless its drive to reduce been blind to their most import-
ats country's birth rate succeeds., ant function, which is to bring
The Population Reference Bu- about the application of religi-
ieau. a private organization, as- ous principles in our daily lives
uierted that a *population ex- and work. the President said.
plosion" will occur within India A Baptist. Mr. Truman made
unless the birth rate is lowered the remarks in.a speech marking
before modern medical technl- the laying of the cornerstone
ques further reduce the death for a new Presbyterian church
Srat.' here.
"*A precarious balance at the Mr. Truman said the Demo-
edge of famine now exists in cratic character of our govern-
India," the bureau said. 'A more ment owes much" to the earlier
rapid increase in numbers would Democratic patterns and ex-
ahore than cancel out any gains perience of the Prebysterian
agricultural and industrial Church.
-production'which may accrue
under the Indian five year plan. He added "we must not con-
,"Any deepening of the current gratulate ourselves too much"'
unger and misery of the oed- upon the 'purely physical growth
'le would inevitably invite Corn- of our churches' or upon their
funist infiltration. For a hun- great "contributions" of the past
f ry, dissatisfied people are ripe without regard to whether they
Sor the glowing but empty pro- are keeping pace "with our
cases of Communist agitators." changing social problems."
-"Our churches must not be-
Il i come a place to hide from the
,2 Ct ilean LIaiSOn facts of the world about us, nor
a mere badge of social respect-
Planes Cause Wide aabuity," he said.
...we must wage a ceaseless
checking By Radio war against injustice n our so-
city. The churches in particul-
Two Chilean liaison planes en ar are a force which should fight
ute to Medellin, Colombia for brotherhood, and decency,
m Albrook and unreported and better lives for all our peo-
e departure were the cause p]e."
an extensive communication:
eck and the. dispatch of a He said mankind's only hope
rcb aircraft Saturday aftp,-- for enduring peace 'lies in the
realm of the spiritual" and "gov-
iT'e two planes. L-20 DeHav'l- ernment must draw its vision"
I eavers, were beinh ferried from the strength and vitality
pantiago by Chilean Air Force of all our churches.
-hbe Rescue Coordination Cen- USIS Center
conducted the communica-
check which rodued Has New Hours
v- sut5i ll bII f 2III f 11 TiilJ New Hours


Sscue Squadron 8A-16 was
patebed at 4:05 p.m.
aircraft was airborne orly
minutes when word was re-
ned at the center that the
Smbilna planes had landed
CMli and were in no danger.


WANTED

TO BUY

mure making machin-
". Make your offer at
ime 3-0624 or 3-3260 or
l-_to. Box 3265 PanamA.


The U. S. Information Center
on the second floor of the Pta-
nama Trust Company building.
announced today hence-forth
hours of operation will be from
8 a. m. until 12 o'clock noon and
from 1 m. until 5 D. m.. Mon-
day through Friday. The Lib-
rary Is open to the public from
9 to 12 noon. and from 1:30 p.
m. until 5 p. m. The entire Cen-
ter is closed to the public on
week ends.

Georgetown Club
Meeting Put Off
The Georgetown Club will not
meet this evening as scheduled
but will meet next Monday at
I p. m. at the home of President
J0 n MeGrath, alle6a.. Coco
W Mar, the Secretary an-
nounced today.


5, 7.30 a.m. Return late Sunday or-
ternoon December 7. Fishing through
the Pearl Islands, visiting with the
primitive Choco Indians. spearing
crocodiles, lack light hunting, cruis-
.I I el


ing up the Sombu river, aboard El
Panama's Pescadoro.
Bring old clothes, comfortable shoes.
and DON'T FORGET YOUR CAMERA.
3 glorious days, $45.00 each per-
son. For reservation phone Jungle
Jim,


Hotel EL PANAMA,
Panama 3-1660
or
See your Travel Agent


U. S. DEPARTMENT OF THE
INTERIOR
OFFICE OF TERRITORIES
WASHINGTON 25, D. C.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
November 13, 1952
Sealed bids will be received by the
Chief of the Public W8rks Division.
Office of Territories, Department of
the Interior, Room 2713, Intitlor
Budding, Washington 25, D. C. un-
til 2:00 P. M., Eaotern Standard
Time, January 12, 1953 for the
following.
Group I St. Thomas, Virgin Islands
Prolect 53-105
Section A Charlotte Amoalie High


School i I )
Section B Alterations and addi-
tions to: 41i'
. Jpmfn Madison Elemenlary School
S)
uaobrM Herrick Eldmentary School
16l
James Monroe Elementary School
171
Group II St. Croix, Virgin Islands
Project 53-504
Section A Christionsted Consolidc -


ed School Ill
Section B Alterations and Additions
to LaVallee Elementary School'
141
At the time and place indicated
above the bids will be publicly open-1
ed and read aloud. Bids received
after the hour set for the bid open-
ing will be returned unopened.
Plans and Specifications and other
proposed contract documents ore
open for public inspection at the of-
f-ice ofat the District Engineer, Virgin
Islands District Branch, Public Works
Division. Thomas G. Mooney, Char-
lotte Amolie, St. Thomas, U. S. Vir-
gin Islands; M. A. Dyer Company,
24 School Street, Boston 8, Massa-
chusetts; Lester M. Marx, .Chief.
Public Works Division, Ro.m 2713,
Interior Building, Washington. D. C ;
A. G. C. Office, 1113 Congress
Building, iamia. Florida; Builders
Exchange. 46 Northeast 6th Street.
Miami, Florida; U. S. Department of
Commerce, No. 2. Puerto Rican Re-
construction Administration Grounds,
Building N, San Juan. Puerto RIco;
F. W. Dodge Corp. 119 West 40th
Street. New York 18, N. Y.
A set of such documents may be
procured from the office of M. A.
Dyer Company (Architects and En-
gineersi at 24 School Street, Boston,
Mass., upon deposit of $75.00- by
certified check payable to the Trea-
surer of the United States, all of
which will be refunded to bona fide
bidders upon the receipt of the
plans and specifications in good con-
dition within thirty 1301 calendar
days fiom the date of bid opening. A
bona fide bidder includes any per-
son who submits a bid for a general
contract but does not include a per-
son who submits a quotation to the
general contract bidders.
To persons i'iho procure plans and
specifications upon payment of the
above stated amount, and who do
not submit a bid. $60.00 will be re-
funded upon the receipt thereof in
good condition within thirty (301
calender days from the dote of the
bid opening. No refund will be mnadi
for return after that time.
Each bid must be accompanied by
a satisfactory bid security (certified
check Or bid bond) in an amount of
not les than 5 per cenf of the
total bid.
* The successful bidder will be re-
quired to furnish o performr-ca
bond and payment bond, each in the
amount of 100 per cent of the con.
tract price.
No bid may be withdrawn 1til
th'ity 130) calendar days after te
scheduled closing time for the re-
ceipt of bids.
The Government reserves the right
to reject any and .all bide and o
we.V Informalities with ree
rl Government sa10 rsrver t
rig ta wrd a contract for a
or ON lewtI"ons n the bsals of
buic bid far ecwh section or
Combination of sections or by
adoption of any or all of the olfts
nates, whichever course is In the bue
interMts of the United States.
Laster M.
COlef, Public Works DivbL
,. _, .;,


RESORTS
Furnished houses On Beach at Santa
Clea. Phone Shrapnel, Balboa
1389. or see Coretdker there.
PHILLIPS Oceonside Cottages. The
only court in Santa Clara with an
Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to beach, Rock Gas, refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
ama 3-1877,. Margarita 3-1673.
Boy No. 435 Balboa.


Will(ams' Santa Clara Beach cot-
tages. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration.
Rockgos. rangers. Balboa 2-3050.
Have Thoaksgiving dinner at Casino
Santa 'Clara. Dance music by Ca-
sino Aces. No reservations neces-
sary. Saturday and Sunday.


GramrlhI Santo Clara beNach
cottables. Electric Ice boxes. 9
stoves, moderate rotes. Telephone
6-441 Gomboa, 4-567 Pedro Mi-
guel.

FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT; Furnished house, 2
bedrooms, No. 26, 7th Street, "El
Coco." Telephone 3-3605.


FOR RENT:-Furnished house, three
bedrooms, air-conditioned, h aot
water. Telephone 3-3444 or 3-
1477.
FOR RENT.-Top floor of house. 3
bedrooms in El Congrejo; $130.-
00. Telephone 2-1456, Panama.

r-OK KENT
Apartmnenat


ALHAMIRA APARTMENTS
rwo and five room furnished and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street
New Cristobol Telephone Colon
1386.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:-Sleeping room. No. 54.
43rd St. Call 3-4127.

IMiscellaneous
GRik XMAS SALE -
IRten and mairegaw feuiete.
Large emitmant Chinem a ovel-


Minimum Wlot2 w" d.
3c. eac addkiit wor.d.


P~vA iMtlAL
_PROESSINAL
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11 are
WT YOU REALLY WAOT2
STO GET RID OF T H

M MAR.FRIN
at & Mouse Killer
. tl*tiR WAR-INrA )
"E F. NOVEY. INC.
A itral Ave. t. 8-030


MODERN FURNITURE
& VIaIT OUR 8EOW.ROOm



S .. 3-44


T maspotes Bxter. S. A
Shipping, mvIng, OtoIage.
We pack and crate or move
anything. 'Phone 2-2451.
2.2562. PanamL


Ii

r


(HIROPRACTORS
Du. A. and S. ORILIAC
(Palmer Ormdaatea
OMCB HOURS:
12 lan epnA
Saturday: i s3e .
a Pert Avenue Tel. 5-lM
I1 block from Lux rhtrel


*. *
.IAVE FJN AND FRIENDS!
LBABN: Waits. Fez,
trot, Jitterbmrg.,
Rhumba. Samba.
-.. ,. e lan n.
S .. ULesailt
*. p .
SAMi .r& DUNN
*BAIB.A K. C. A.


Repuicans All &eH AD e


lions From TrUi i. .t


WASHINGTON. Nov. 21 (UP) ..- '
-Tne hu ge spending r m e tvhmandes r,
nation's defense proglIam. will -
be 'a prime target of economly-. 'tinU ea m n .l)O :.
bntL Republicans in the Mrd Wa' s st-eleo ofej t
Congress, a survey iisctloSd to. TfVee t-
day.
PIepubllcan leaders have been er also sedud e a
talking of overall slashed ranRa-' i th lJohn Minor' Wi '
inx from $10,000,000,000 to $15,- lcon natMonal Wdt. f
000,00,0,000 depending on the size.m, .frm Lou a.
of the budget President Truman rMf L 1a a.'r
suI-mits for fiscal 1954-.!Im o ,.
"The latest report s that the ai esoutlent ft* 'hs"
budget at this time stands at a,
bout $80,000,000,000. The bulk of ident-elect snnt a -
it. ks in the past, Is concentra- relatvely leisurely da ysterdail
ted In defense money.a erl rO
It is to these heavy expandi- c red ur the aft- i E
turer that key Republicains in Piul o. Bof al
the house an Senate wil dtrect of i rneest a
h*At economy knife. And it Is ex- tbeprdentltl noan
picted the knife Will have to be to oP of the
asceedingly sharp to'slice away da '
ThUted Press surveyed a time fora aa V66 11.l
!b ber of Republicans who will but Inf w to
,'e a lot to say about the size senhow''alM l _
the Budget when the new head tb om
gfinress takes over. tion Sai wton. w
en. Styles Bridgcs (R-N.H.), in hirsfd foundation
O. will be chairman of the In Wasngto,
ite Appropriations Commit- hican lWder ph '
Fit ihewants the job, said Jr., said yesterday t-lhe
"im cuts" can be made in senhower mO dmiM
mlUtary spending. He named try to bbg Ja.aneBe ,
no Uepol6C figure. but said re-ese Na al t t tdoAM
nortf of non-cooperation b, At- Korean war against tih e rt tlato w9.a0_
lactic lact allies m.y result In munt ... .
Rep. J01M 1p hlglpa (R-CaI.)IL), a change li who k 0gh0o
efimbef-or the Appropriations Korean war" andp fted' o
Comnmittee, said defense spend- tht .whll ,. r'si.. t to.. .-M eo0-t- o e i
IngU definitely. could be cut. He front .. 'ie.su l ImN" p Proof of tsiii.
M1 flolo of dollars worth of that w .I b e tI tto1 t *
ls uitting useless in Amerit people an A e te le a mli
-Kre He also favored cit. in as *efs a t
thea military brass.Thmae Maachustatems ent de" -s
Rp. Fred E. Busbey (R-41.). asked how the dsenhoe..--- i t
h chairman of the ministrstion would dlffet '
Appropriations subcdpm~ittee anthe Trurpan adinth tvit.
labor and federal ecrity. a Jtsatttu4e toward the
the economy axe. "of necessity," w" think we have ot to be ladt OVEt tt
should tall first on. the Defense our .s e te flghtagmno flcs that any btiret leae
Deartm.ent.. He d the spend- the Chinese.NatonatlB onFor. uresenttd lty'mn-adultco&t'lM
InA budget for the tinxt fiscal o' s C"-h" Mat. s 'et which doe nthae.
year should be about. $73,000,000.- "I thinkk we Bave ot' te 't-maEnal note rMod by
"A real unification of servicemI l?.! i- r,,pa
de.e hmom in b~iW~~tb


mending ul- sa, at least
$2,000.000,ooo 1ed.
Sen. Arthur Watkbu (.R-
Utah) thought tlunolD r blouM
stert "all alobnx line." He
sald the budget Is "like a man
Wh. needs both ahaircut J a
shave-should e tri*maed all
sen. Robert A. Tatt (R-.).
wants the spending bu dge t
brought down .a'W,0000.L-
oo000 level, He -'g ot ,A le aU
to- where he ply
ewhere.h .
smn. .Homer W rel. (A
MLch.) who'WI-
a i r8aira


tids etc. W. T. LUM. 61, 4th of auautions Coit.. .. 'Axiom
Jrly Ave. Tel. 2-2446. doeo not, went er. t a4
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. Oial' and stcu lave a 'st
Estudiante Street No. 140. Between -s refens I""
"K" and "J" Street. Phone 2- efeense.
3479. Panama.0Pho- Re. Errett P. &rine'U
3479. Panama. 8eO.,. a member of the UbhO
SPEND THE THANKSGIVING HOLI- mittee on military attaitr Of t
DAYS IN SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA, IJuae M -l House AppropriSta0n14 COMni
THE LAND OF ETERNAL VIN1Wl V tee was more Spoaftle He S
SPRINGTIME h believed the overah mltI
COMPLETE PACKAGE TOUR W HINOT8N. Nov. 24 (UP) budget based on. myelr
INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING: -USPeff. foelit privately ex- could be cut by 10I per Oit.,
Airline Transportation & Immigration presJed x1Arl0*optimism today held out little hope to imm
Documents over recen1togress In nego-' litute tax cuts. .
Sightseeing & Transportation to and tiatjons for 80fl th air and sea Foreiln Pid ls ied ltn IR
from the Airport in Son Jose bast. tar, spending., Rp. ClareI
Accommodations at the Gran Hotel Weary Ajq ir and Spant h cannon (D-Mo.). chairman
Europa (Meals included. negotiators 1 Madridi still have thf- House ApprooriPtlona Co
-O-- init -froned I at some of the rlittep in the 81ad onM
Lv Panama 7:00 a.m. Novem- terMa govern* U.S. use of the raid* "I never sawa budget t
bet 27 LACSA baUl. can't be cut."
Ar Son Jose 8:00 a. m. Novem- '
ber 27 LACSA Btt they td to have But he emphasized thet 1
Lv San Jose 11 .00 a.m. Novem- reed t ageplete aree- bulk of the cu' would h
ber 30 PAA meal on the a W".disipol owne from the ad
Ar. Panama 2:19 p. m. Noverrim- OW Wi ln Amer- ropean aid programs. He O1
ber 30 PAA Icis 2 aid ear- there were "no soft spots
1st. Day I Nov. 271 Tour of the marted f r-. the non-military budget" tl
City of San Jose and the residential otw VA., familiar with 'ear.
Districts. ITwo hours). Thanks- thie talk i jill1 Jight be -__ -
2nd. Dap Nov. 281 Touir of San the'.lt
Pedrd. Tres Rios, Cartogo. Hotel ,4 dt dka re more
Los Angeles. Luncheon and I inks. It o s-taU i"DI-r
(Six hours). dumpIhau to
3rd. Day INov. 291 Tour of He- a hae tor
radia, Barba, La Cotoine fUftle ...p.. ienhower
Swfterland., Luncheon & Drainks. a. .
(Four hours).' PorBRIBANERI.
4th. Day (Nov. 30) Shopping at (3o-ef-811W i
the Cenral Market optionall. tat "r-old a l
58 000 agreln t who came Mor..
ALBOA L MA i f m a a'_
Tel 2-2402V, t-3M a njog ofe
new trestme .1a0
FOR SALE- fee t her LS e
tios Pre- Iaftered m *teh

$1.00 a dowbe! Grand tckrn e
of new and usted mecordaw of bea -th vi to*
PANAMUSICA store. -, t. 127 *e n ,
Central Ave. ond No. 4 M gsew i ad Vone The att
betweene Trctt The Ciarw a endr a.tdt
iropic ol Theatre.i -
FOR SALE:-Heaeoly Poln icep 6.. .a6
weeks. $15.00. a -itij ,,r-"|I-orn bm*U. 0
your favorite child. TeL .n.m. S.. Aft
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FOR SALE: Great Dawe W-
Fawn with block me.. AC Ir. MIn
olatered. Phone Bo 2 F
FOR SALE :-Cros*ly RI''.f IV
Cycle; C-MelodS 5t*
coat, size 14-16;
bar, 25 cycle wo'3 1u .
Phnl Belbsl 2.-60. ,, -
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Japanese be given more enour
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it., 4ai 1ne 4. i n- "l o .l thl Tuirkey 8truit,
t. ji lRebekah Lodge
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g^MEaude Laralnce, NIo d r1 d.
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.-. Mr. al, owel b n: fe, e HIWillpresilde..
.t ?n SI i W, hi;e a dola i Chluziab ola
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SSadeCMr Vc (awoed as part of a varied proam at Balboa
S.m ter tomorrow at alm. N hl 'band JameheIn w py Ior te
and l r W4Oe a we am Araand now


S .aniT m nrs. l.Eric 1 r 1 acclaimed 1 A the choirar being at s er
In .'Cr.l's Galad, Mr. in sol. "

.n oo"Mr r:n .i a Garto M n t eParentsd and children who agularet-
9n; A lbe rt Ba alU4 e tn ,ked to a Itea
:~n at:%, e:1 (a ewlll bTim et, (abd.wll e performed ars part of a varied program at Balboa TIIea,
em do Cas tro,.a4tt her,,troV t a m.n her hub .b Jand meIngsram, wplayo the wide
..a, Mr. boetu B ,e "W I. acclaimed dance numbers drawh Nul houses at six performances in Panama City

i M M. and Mr. Mclro of iI irOW I gam at Bal1oa Theate r I mcan for tomorrow evening's ballet performance.
S, .gt.S'". .et. i -i ? f es ilk IMeat Cenl ng Pjies To Drop o M is p>-
Puerto Arm W*-suestaat ON RAM
retrng from the Depwrtment ,
Mea '' ........ K od.SI Miss. (UP)-
Orleand tve areilrutaL- wWhen the Doolittle family br
:l I t's "Been Working on theRail-
G l t A I road," It means it. There has
SThe U of the la the i da of -- Mobile and Ohio Railroad since
4 Caribbeai wul be O"H-a 'Kfe" itrrin Horsee E. Doolittle joined tie
4. t favoritee 1aheld Tuelay,ovebr 25 at BtorSecaused an un- WASHINOTON, Nov. 24 (UP r very close to ceilings are line In 1906. He was followed
5:15-U-- N Mh. TeAIR*- the Intle-Amerive Woman'st I e of interest in _--A .overnmenj order lowerinL bread. milk. cigarets. drugs, bees, by three brothers, two nephews
ilSi 01 Bul M ,.ii but not exactly be- retaillmeat etlingg is expected gasoline and fuel L.0. and beat and his twin sons. A total of
S-- v t avorit I Membeors the Clam a Oe a theme. today, and it ear certain it Arades of beef and veal, their years of service on the
.. I oft the Cristobal Shool il0 tell the b loua1 v/ll touch o If demands for Republicans and. most south- railroad adds up to 221.
Svwil bl the gu rsts ret ofa vid Dean ee. I dropp1gI all ntrola and Or Democrato In Copgress on
5: ?Tou P (Tor de the henta. S s h lhwhow g of wage to.UC r ls of t uch -a situation. -
h )S MWA O o been ended pIrent t nei The J8d Qnreps which col- projbbly wlH kill off the con-
i.: AM- AMONr 1 of the studen oG-a n. ve es Jan 3 oa, will corn- trol.law, whkth the ol tnd
_.be"r bert of th t od tlhet ltatil'alaveder nly. Price controls die automa- Congremi weakened to the wuint
Sg H h ga a tically next April 30, unless Con- ee eslde Truman de- I I
'a tie or the even a 's ess new t. .nAunced it as only a Ulittle better S ..
':w- 'OR 's*BO V ter Tof the Tne meat rollback, If It comes, than none at all. I
.' I 4 Jla^ will mean immediate savings of -The prospect caused Wall AIR-CONDITIONED
7: XLoIs". Jordan [ atn 4 to 5 cents a poYda on cheaper Street to bid the stoek market TODAY Lst T
I p ake r. ... cuta In e areas, office ot ilat week to within rae-
S. 14 ALLYNEW! THRILLINGi!
S- I- rican poacher out price stable on experts mad. o of a 22-year high set in ALL NEW THRILLINO!
WtI DWoA) a A a y fst. Otherwise, It will be only a "pa- Augat.
S.Ra scoudre per" deal. Better grades of High inventories and consum-
AmerSan Aa eld, Lao, hi loon- are generally well under cell realatance, a "soft" market.
-our Win- E. Wald, o.2, wl hol keep mayappear only in a now. led already to sunesion of
regular e me.ti o en e movie" ,The market is heavily loaded trl old ees. bed
|i i. with. eak v .,utuber 'tibiO B-Lm
I' -vA M- ,; p eheapeB ot n6at aie
thare m ost Inla h= n aanrW ,OIlshate, 1
&fe Ine oa inanyeas1. d eairinor apparel it son to. J
^-^ ....~ ,-- .f '^ ,--i.4de" .what asm ved ed as lower that LIt.
ISM 4 8 .ling robab1 CToe. The new -Congress will be
-j 01 l a 6 An a i r stmen I meit prices warned against materials
r'n. 'i06lffi tth Te L, 0134 = Tithe iB"i
ture of federal elv.aihwie on-eekthaIs
04u trols. The next Congress. which the critical point of Inflationary
.. ipwill be controlled tr Itepubli- .ure at present.
ti. Juncans Ia expected to link all of Wetal. machinery, building
." 4. ".~.a Naw 14 them, except perhaps those on materials and ,other items fr TOMrRROW
a-h illdo I on te pp moist critical defend materials. fdefase and industry were cited. Week-End Release
VT Lm,,oee, rg A survey of tW l tualon s la lAeleasel_
m It g t' Bashowed .* this picture: LBHS Alumn -
S(04) ~h1 Pr6 officials believe most. HER
@,a S.~a .- have. reached! Glee Club Sings STLAR ROLM!
ji bt SarlyW l Ievel for the i Inch woman,...
'. "oil" .TiaSk i -V Ifor tile
t dfthtbns, gi, wnte.s. a vldgr ees. an..U- Tomorrow At USO An Acress!
";--st the cWtof. The La Boca On=].eG le
Illiataths eal USO-Jewish Welfare d iinu
Si3s hm. look for a fraction- a program of 0,1 mu-
.etweenOeefst i ilthe cost-ofAlvin sic at the Armed Poe cen
O | U ed on antiolpa- r. Bal a boa, :1..
S" wl.nto re sb in items AMoutsedeMin Om y .su-
Sfo a where fed. ganised and trains the group,
has been thrown will direct the ninn
A "nored s. oowri t s _.t nAdmis o n ($1.00), L .wr t ieh
IS-pn Iyeolistthe on. tickets are available frmsiml
as o, ca no n .o um er Vitem s at c o f t hec a tft120
-e wi s thrs center willb
Ita d i" neW heou Theranatt Fors A:TOOrROto

flee at abord to negotiate. O'
,.s.. eev the l -leiemer Lutheran Open RID'


-* BALBOA

cJues/ay 8 p. m.


PRESENTING


/d'aclys


BALLET

- ADMISSION -


Children... 50f


Adults. ... $1.00
m~m~ml .


I MOTION PICTURES AT BALBOA
TUESDAY ARE CANCELLED.


It's Movietime TONIGHTI


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Gained New Y ears Bid
-- 0 --
+ MIAMI FIl. N-- 24 'UP i.:lk that the Oranac Bol inmal
The Oran c Bo'. l announced to- 1ili tr-, to rtL Notrz Dine 0
da3 that Tri' Uimr'rit'., o1 Al:.- Navi' to reconsider their ban
,bamn has 3CFfn siL'-ned to play viain.t pos-.-season anvamn to b'
.in the fiotc:ll clasi' hor', Neo, .omne vortnv opoonept- of 111
Year Da Ali.amnia' oppoiiien Ci -in-on Tide This v -s; c l
',.hp r, t ePt L- r, n s, le | ir i o e po --tilit.' hov.: itc
SSvi-acu",: Tuil' a a nd Penr, borh the Irish and ihi' Ntra
Sta'e Iha' i c e.r, me-t promin- hate turned do.n bowl o0''iturc
, entl', m rnti on 'ed n, posilr' Ir. iln tIe past.
for the Ciimion Tide '.hich 'i s Villano a. ano ter williii' cIon
vo mon .iht amntec and lost two tendt'r. shook ofif a late s as1o
th!ss e3sianl tlumt)n Saturdnv to roll ovor Bo-
The Orat, ne Botl. whch a n 'ton Un.crsitv- 51 to 6 nnd cliri
outbid r'v the rival Susai Bo.al'out the season with a 7-1-1 te
for Georia Tech arid Ole Miss 'coid Tie W'ilclcats have lu;t ,-in
decided on Alabama a-s one oi I' to T l.ti ann be-en tied by tih
its selections after the Tide dis-. Parr, I If "d i ,r.nc'
niantled once-mightv Maiyland
27 to 7 Saturday Alabama h'
one mnore game on its scheduh
a traditional battle with Auo'rr, -
next Saturday. b .
Pittsburgh o as eliminm e.it pt
an Orange Boul] pipospcct hen
It lost to Penn State 17 to 0 Sat- l
urd ay.
Alabama was beaten decisivel,' .
earlier this season by Tenne.,see
20 to 0. Four weeks later, the
Crimson T'de lost to GOoroia .
Tec.i. but the score Aran 7 to 3 .. .
The Tide has teaten Mi ssE-jp-
pi Southern 20 to 6. LSU 21 to
20. Miami 21 to 7. VPI 33 to 0.,
Mississippi State 42 to 19 Geor-
gia 34 to 19 Chattanooga 42 to
28. and Maryland 27 to 7
In Tuscaloosa. Drew said tilhe
Crimson Tide was delighted a-
bout their selection play in
the Orange Bol
Drew said the team in a meiet-
In1 vesterl"'v afternoon voted
100 per rent to accept
"We hope to glte a pleasing,
performance against whoever
our opponent is." a Tide spoKes-*
m"in said
Drew said it was "quite an
honor' for tne Tide and threw.,
In a word of praise for his team iI
who played -,the best game of',
the the season" against Mary-
land Saturday.
The Alabama bid was delayed.
because most members of the.
Orange BoulI selection committee
were late in returning from
scouting prospective teams over'
.the weekend
Concerning a possible New
Year's Day opponent for the
Crimson Tide. McCormick said
only that "Pittsburgh is definite-
SOnce-tied and READY-Capt. Ted Williamg
Once-tied ad twice-beaten boarded his lane at the Marine
Penn State became a contender Corps Air Station in Miami,
after trouncing Pitt. but most, 7I1a., for maneuvers in Puerto
observers believed the Stater- tlico. The major league' last
were third In line behind Syra- 190 hitter, now a jet pilot, ex-
cuse and Tulsa. Sracuse wh.o- pects corr.bat duty. (I
ped Penn State this season while
losing only to a pro studded Bol-'
ling Air Force team and to Mi- Flood No Handicap
chig :.n State
Tulsa outscored Arkansas 44 to. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. (UP) --
34 Saturday Tulsa nas lost to Just atfer Mrs Edward Mason
Houston. been tied by Chatta- ,la.nted $25 worth of ,seed last
nooga and still must face a -eak ~pr:ng. a flash flood swept her
Texas Tech team. -quatsh patch However, she's
Because of Alabama's lat(-si .c;, complaining. Her Equash
son surge of power, there was ,1a!est totaled about 16 tons.


Injured BS


Regulars Back


In Top. Shape


With the return of two re-
Souilars, Bob Morris at fullback
and Bob Giud at guard, the Bal-
boa Bulldogs will find them-
selves at full strength for the
, first tune since the Cristobal
earnam eon Nov. 14. Both Morris
and Glud were held out of ac-
Stion recently due to Injuries but
they appear all ready now.
e' According to the word from
Lake Worth, the Bulldogs will
need to have ever football wea-
non they possess.
Counting the final game of the
1951 season, and also counting
the Jamboree as a game, the
Bulldogs have a record of eight
wins with no ties or defeats.
They are especially anxious to
win this one for two big reasons.
First to protect their record, and
second, to be the first Canal
Zone school to defeat a States
High School in football.
In addition to plenty of slam
bang football to close out the
season, fans will also be treated
to a fine halftime show at the
Stadium Friday night. Capt. Earl
Wilson of the Canal Zone ROTC
units is assisting the Bulldogs
Pep Squad for the part of the
i half time show, and then of
course, the Balboa ROTC will
feature their ever popular and
well trained Drill Team.
As if this wasn't enough, Vic-
tor Herr add his Bulldog band
have been practicing marching
for the better part of the month
now, and it is hoped they will be
ready to go on as a regulAr
marching band at half time.
Thus the 1952 Isthmlan Bowl
will even surpass,the 1950 game.
This will be true not only from
the football played, but also the
half time entertainment.
Tickets for this -Grand Finale
of the footbaU. season can be
purchased at the Balboa Club-
house, Balboa Commissary. Bal-
boa Oymnasium, and Balboa
High School. However, ducats for
this one are getting rather dif-
ficult to locate, so those who
want to be assured of a seat had
better get tickets while they are
still available.

Swimm Kobbe
Ping Pong Titllst.
Cpl Richird Swimm of Ae
Company. 33d Infantry
ment swept through three op-
ponents to capture the Fort
Kobbe Table Tennis Champion-
ship at the Kobbe Service Club
He took the finals frim Pfi pIl
Pasarell of C Battery, 604th Field
Artillery Battalion in i dog flhtl
21-19, 22-20 after an easy first
game, 21-10.


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.GAINESVILL, Fla., NQov. 2 -
(UP) Coach Bob Wowdruff
said today Florida wouldn't have
much time to celebrated, winnhig
a bid to the. Oator .owl'- because
his team wil0 e liby for the
next two weeks-preparing for. a
game with KIentucky Dec. ,0.
The long-hopd' for marriage
between Otors' And, Otor Bowl
cam off .tdsy Lih.t after
F diiUa drubbed Mi '"43 to S.
Officials.of the JJalk4Otvlle, Fia9.,
Ott season game offered Wood.
ruff the invitation a id the team
shouted in favor of the New
Year's Day trip.
It will be Florida's first bowl
apDpearance in the school's' 46-
year-old football history.
The Gators' opponent has not
been selected yet, but one of
four teammswill be named. Tulta.
Byracuse, Houston and Vilanova
are all under consideration and
informed sources say Tulsa, has
the. inaidetrack.
The Gators have lost three
Eames this season, to Georgia
eh 14 to,17; Vanderbflt 13 to
and Tennessee 12 to 26, while
wtining six. Florida beat Stet-
son, 33 to 6; the OCtadel 33 to 0;
Clemson. 54 to 13; Georgia 30 to
0,-Auburn 31 to 21 and Miami.

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Along The Fairways

Summit I1G& Qolf tad Coun-
try Club will ave another of
its popular qAuare DVances ea
Wednesday. A good way to begin
the Thakagiving weeKend will
be to bringtl e ramUy out to the
club for d ner and all the fest-
Ivitles later In the evening.
And'a good way to end the
weekend is to come out and en-
ler in uhe Blind Bogey being beld
the 27th-28Qh-29th and 29t .
: Everyone has t chances and
the rules are simple,. Jita. pick.
whatever handicap you ned to
shoot between 65 an6 d To :ump-
nut add.then try tQ.oo ,
AtIthe end of the-weekn d a
number between 66 and -.willl
be drawn.out o .a'hat i4A e
one. hitting iton theb m e
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the weekend. -


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several months and. also plenty 'U
of parties. Beaides the Square
Dance this Wednesday there will
be. a.bl Steak fry-with'free beer
on the th of December, Tickets
for this are one buck and. they '
may be purchased at the club or
from any of the members. '
Let's everyone iome out and
make it a big night at Summit!! 1


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MEXICO CITY, Nov. 24 (UP) ped out due to motor
SEKarl Kling a 42-year-old and Braceo had to quit
won the Pan American the following leg du to
S y apotclass racing failure.
ip today after blas- That left the Mercedes W
across northern Mexico at almost lo complete
cord-breaking speed of with two ace Pferar
miles per hour. the sidelines. El trO .
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four laps of the 1938-mile on o lng.
to border speed run, shot He clpped off the it
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mitven nations. and set an all-time sped
total overall average of of 133.12 on the final lap -
miles per hour bettered huahua to Juareu.
m.p.h. record set last
by Italian Plero Taruffl,
4w shed 13th in the stock-
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a BenS In a Pan Ame- I
and it held up a-
an array of the best Euro- icked Fo
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tang -also nl a Mercedes
overall average speed
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#ilr of Italy made It
an sweep by placing
a errar with an aver- CHICAGO, Nov. a4L-
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 24 (UP'
- The "power hungry" leaders
of the Kremlin and Soviet satel-
lite states have stationed 491 di-
visions of troops In Europe and
Asia, the State Department re-
vealed last night.
The department warned that
Soviet Russia is channelling hall
its national production to war
preparations, and the Russian
rulers are practicing a policy "di-
rected toward wiping from the
earth all the democratic Insti-
tutions" of the free world.
It said the Communist are
bent on "conquering the free
world little by little" and iso-
latdng the United States from
its allies by shouting "peace"
and fighting a cold war with
propaganda and internal sub-
version methods through front
organizations.
The new estimate of Soviet
capabilities and Intentions was
outlined in a 96-page illustrated
booklet entitled, "Let Freedom
Ring."
Designed primarily as a review
of the world situation for Ame-
ricans, copies also will be trans-
lated in foreign languages and
distributed overseas.
An illustrated map of Europe
and Asia pin-pointed 129 Soviet
and 60 satellite divisions in Eu-
rope; 17 Soviet division in Cen-
tral Russia; 35 more in East A-
sla, and 250 Chinese Communist
divisions.
The State Department did
not reveal the total size of free
world forces. But It said pre-
ient North Atlantic Treaty
1eals In Western Europe call
for 55 divisions, half in reserve,
by the end of this year to be
Joined by 20 more in 1953.
The United States will furnish
six of these divisions.
This Is in addition to other
forces not committed to NATO
which are maintained by the
United States and other Western
nations.
.This makes any overall esti-
Mate of East-West strength dif-
ficult if not impossible.
Without the NATO defense
program backed by American
aid the department said the
free world would run the risk
of lroing Western Europe's
2S,00,011 people to .the So-
viets.
The booklet said other free
world programs opposing com-
munrdsm include military ild for
Yugoslavia, a "strong Mediter-
ranean defense," an "indepen-
dent Iran," military and econo-
mic aid to Southeast Asia and
Formosa, an embargo against
Red China, peace and security
treaties with Japan and "limited
war" in Korea.
While the existing military
manpower picture is dark and
the Communists dominate 800,-
0OOM00 people, the State Depart-
ment said "we find hope in our
moral and material strength."
It counted 1,430,000,000 peo-
ple on the free world side and
m rtant advantages in steel,
di, coal, electric power, food,
copper, aluminum and other
strategic production.
"But this i till largely po-
tential strength' insofar as de-
fense is concerned," the depart-
ment added.
"Our problem now is to con-
vert it into actual strength
which we can use at once if ne-
cessary."
The booklet acknowledged that
the present path to peace Is
"'hard and costly."
Bven so, It said, "we hope that
in time the Kremlin, in its own
self-interest, will come to recog-
--nie the necessity of settling
peaceably the issues that divide
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
TWENTY-EIGHTH TEAR. PANAMA, R. P.. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1952 .tvt CENTS

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'Confessior


In Czechs'


\IENNA. Nov. 24 (UPi Ru- en the stand to admit the
nilf Margollus, former deoutv most heinous crimes in the
Foreign Trade Minister of Cze- Communist book. ranging from
choslovakia, took the stand in a treason, espionage, and sabo-
Prague People's Court today to tage to the murder of Conmmu-
mal:e it 10 confessions in a row nist hero Jan Sverma and the
in the Communists' biggest show
triel since the Russian purges
of the 1930's. C -
Margolius, 39. kept the prose- Survey Fids Fl
r.ution's record perfect as he
told the five-man court in grim
Pankrac prison that he had
committed "economic espionage" Job O penings
bv negotiating unfavorable trade
agreements with capitalist
countries, and that he had been J
in direct contact with British. -
French and United States Intel- WASHIGTON, Nov. 24 (UP)
ligence agents. -State And local fair-employ-
Margolus took the stand as ment laws "have opened many
Margollus took the stand as opportunitles" for workers who
the trial went into its fifth day. opport ties"arr for workerain
HP will be followed by Gen. Ka had einu barred from certain
rel Svab. ex-deputy Minister of jobs or industries because of
relfenvab ex-deputy ofInteril- their race, 'color, religion or na-
Defense and Chief of Intell- -onal origin, a ajars report from
t l b tional origin, a s aff-report from
zence: Otto 1Sin, eg.-partv boss a Senate- labor subcommittee
in the Bryno district and Otto said today.
Fisl. ex-Ambassador to East Agencies set up under these
Geimany and one-time deputylaws have "reduced discrimina-
Minister of Finance. tion and expanded opportunity"
The hearing of testimony is for minority group workers by
expected to finish tomorrow with settling complaints and pro-
at least one and possible two moving anti discriminatory
days for the hearing of witness- practices in industry, unions
es and summations by the pro- and employment agencies, the
recution and defense before the report said.
verdicts and sentences are Subcommittee Cha irman
handed down. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-Minn.)
vMargollus appeared today af- said the survey "should do much
ter the court had heard the ab- to dispel the unreasoning reac-
lecL "confessions" of nine other tion which anti-discrimination
defendants, headed by ex-party measures sometimes set off."
secretary-general Rudolf Blan- Humphrey plans to sponsor
sky and ex-Foreign Minister a federal fair employment bill


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attempted murder of President
Klement Gottwald.
Together the defendants bave
bpen charged with forming a
"Jew-sh. bourgeois, nationalist"


EP Laws Widen


In 11 States
0-
Senate Labor Committee at
the last session.
It would set up a federal fair
employment practices commlis-
slon FEPC with court-backed
power to order a halt to dis-
criminatory job practices.
The survey was prepared for
his subcommittee by Dr. Morroe
Berger, assistant professor of
sociology at Princeton Univer-
sity and a consultant to the Na-
tional Security Resources Board.
Humphrey said subcommittee
members are not "committed"
by the material in it. '
Berger's report said state and
local fair employment laws with
enforcement provisions "have
been more effective in reducing
discrimination in employment
than those without such provi-
sions."
Eleven states and 25 muni-
cipalities have some form of
fair employment practice
legislation.


croup which attempted to over-
throw the Red regime.
0O the 14 defendants, only
Clenientis, Svab and Josef FranX.
a former Slansky deputy, are
non-Jewish.
'The wife an'a three children
of one of the defendants in the
mass trial asked the court yes-
terday to give him "the strictest'
punishment."
In a letter read to the jury
during a Sunday trial sitting,
Mrs. Lida London and her three
children were quoted as asking
.he severe punishment for their
husband and- father, former de-
ruty Foreign Minister Arthur
London..
London confessed Saturday to-
a fantestle Ieries of "crimes a-
Ralnit the state."
According to the letter, Mrs.
,ondlon sat4 she and the chil-
dren "humbly request the strict-.
est punishment for their hus-
band and father" and promised
to bring uo her children as"true
Communists." :
The court yesterday heard
c"dpnfesslons" from Frank and.
Eugene Loebel. former deputy
Minister of Finance.
The two men" Incriminated
themselves as "Gestapo agents,
Trotskylsts, Zionists and veter-
an Imperialist agents." They
admitted to spying, murder arid
t. plot to unseat the Gottwald
government.
Prank told the court that he
took orders from Slanaky in the
anti-state "ulp.."
He said Sllansv ordered him
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Operation Christmas, the-
Force's annual Christmas ft-S t:,e:
to the orphan children of Fina-
ma, is now under waby at Me,
Alt Force Base, it wa leat:V
today from Headquarterp CarfMi-,
bean Air Command. -.,
An Operation Christnla coviD .
mittee under the direction of !
Colonbl Harry M. Albaulh, corn-e
mandant of the USAF School for
Latin America was formed in
Inte October with gift collection,
gift maintenance and Rift dis-
tributlon coinmittees appointed
by Colonel Albaugh.l
Albrook's 1952 Operat on
Christmas stepped off to a flying
stat when trucks, manned b
irmen, the Boy Scouts and Gir
tets area to pick up discarded
toys. clothing, foods, etcetera,
which will be warehoused until
Christmas In the Albrook Air-
mint's Club.
%)It collections will oontinU
every Saturday morning from
nwm til Christmas.
Operation Christmas is
deM red a to the Orfelin-
tt des la 1Medalla Milagrosa at
SChiridul, other orphan-
th the Republic of Panama
.e the recipients of Albrook
ei for -the orphans
-t't AeBAFr Force hern-
tlt from the
an wen th Air Force
t0!psA Joined here took
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ed.r.
itht the gradual phase down
of the Caribbean Air Command,
the heritage phrased from David
to the Aixr Foe at Rio Hato,
then to the troops at Howard
Ak Force Baef anA -finally to
Ajhrook wib ;. tetitli WOpera-
tion Chrin1 'wau d iated
Wi 1949. Operation e HaulWmas
ia been ., n.s nual _evmnt ever
since. : I
On N'ovmber %-?.tde io (hap-
lain) Veine H. W'neri Al-
brook's sailor' ehbviln nAde i
giving vlsit t-oAvd to de .naine e
.Ust what items aro mact n4ed--
ed :*
1d..1944 warmer rport 4
that the orphanage wV in Wr-
aent need.'f a iefrlgetorf L al

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vladiumir Clementis. in the new congress identical Laws in seven of the states to orgaudze IpculRulre.and t- ^v*3-S5"S
As if by rote. each has tak- to one recommended by the and two municipalities contain ter he d t on ~
--- enforcement provisions. The lines and tp preare the way for0 t repqotn-S. .-
others rely on education and "the return Of cam; a" forte i.
Frank said he becam, a Ges- eft tlglu aft. boui, wXv
Armored Car Bandit W as The states and cities with en- gent while he eldbbe
forcible FEPC laws have used the Na& in. the Buchenwaldath10Amtmd Orly" .
Wan a their compulsory powers ",spar- concentration camip. He galid ,, !De~ee~bw 2._
W ell-To-Do Manufacturer "port said. They tt onlSankv was ware of
1 0rer wereiable toesettle all butsiz "Iist past and "deliberately shield- n0.... 0s"
o out of 5.900 discrimination com- ed me B keep me in my high
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Nov. 24 (UP) Psychiatrists, asked about the plaints b conciliation. Position revealed that .eea
-A bandit slain while trying to Jekyl-and-Hyde aspects of the wSmef rm of discrimt was. revealed hat M T V i
rob an armored money truck case, speculated that Kitz was found in 54 per cemnnt of the O It am" sader of 'a 1 J"at.d
with an ingenious ammonia the. veitim of paranoid delusions, cases handled. the report said. winhe "a m" party. ap Wter Wor
comb was Identified today as a bordering on egomania in which It said 79 per cent of the com at the trial he hieT trean sWordo Mea
wtll-to-do ice cream manufac- the individual feels superior to pla nts weremade against t em- weret In tried on ha fro ae
turer and psychiatrists said he society, lke a superman." oers. and per cent oftt sedo s age sure o
opparentl had a "superman One doctor said that sh Racris involved charges of rdis- l ge. "n- A eIGiLoc9as o "-.
complex."hUc dcriidnatlon' reae A.im ok tatL
complex. tendency was accelerated by c- color ec doctor o ora
Police said he was Jacob Katz. moctic middle age. Katz was 45. The states and cities listed Thoms r sed to
a model husband and father "A responsible businessman as having "enftorceable' FEPi i on the nIstl o .,
who less than two weeks ago who suddenly decides on a dar- aws r Connecticut, Mes- DUrona hotdyhe4, .2
turned down an offer of $100,000 ing criminal exploit., foreign to ahutts New Jersey, New who is ng
for his chain of ice cream par- hi- previous behavior, is obvious- Yrk, Oregon, Rhode IluanL s Amnericaw ai .r,
lors. Iv unbalanced," one of them -ashrgton Mnnea olis an i. zen eilmployef i a'
Neighbors of Katz. who lived Kraid. P ildeldpha, i and thei a aUC- .
in a substantial two-story Tudogr aep r an r l n d i
home in suburban University Cl- "It ls a tendency to return to They include about one-third "n ..
uod ofaay hs en h elecrilof the nation's total r por latitn clde ..U. .a. .R.a. ....
tv, spoke of him as a "family th. daring deeds of adoles- out n tonse-e o u
man," devoted to his wife and cence," he added.hite aoonwe e thahnto -t hin representative Bd
children-a boy, 4, and two "Katz was like a youngster whites and mhre an two-tr
daughters. 8 and 10 w-ho wanted to behave like a te- rof the Jews I country, t'*attendthe
One of Katz's business associ- revision 'bad man.' He suppress- The integration of mnorit attend the
ates said that he had been be- ed this urge as urge as long as he could, ro t American ndusti sh ed
having strangely of late and hut it finally broke out In spec- resulting from lawa City, De.
had become abnormally secret-tacular crime." ordinances, has been accom-m Duringn ,WlCeI.
ive. Katz. who came to St. Louis phedtothe atsraetton or J f Cru- OC-OC-CIO. PWL W
A friend. Samuel Silverblatt, rom Omaha. Neb.. where he was oyrs worke and la Na- tv
ousted him as saying his wife in the eletrial cotrracting unions," the report contluded:- Wthr. 1r7rL ,o .,'
would be well provided for In business. was identified 'through -" '
case "somebody shoots me." st ofkeysinhispocket. u- Iesi .. 5
'Are you planning on golnR Officers checked cars In the I .
to the pearl ates?" Silverblatt viinity of the attempted hold-
asked., p. The keys fitted the fourth u e t s -F Wo k T pM
"You never can tell," Katz re- one tried. l ,
ilied. In It they found a hacksaw. I 'n .t Ve-- } -
herav steel chisel, machinist's ". .a _'_,U' '
hKl-peen hammer and screw- G e' P spId 1: .
Sdriver-toolsthey said were de- "rh A i w.:
signed fore e open an armoreeId |n -W d er(ll.w C U
truck Tm
They also found a pair of gray .. ---;i .' ,
es in d the caforb! opn a amr uce e il yI nLJetwoI
trousers. zipper jacket. work CALUMdEr CITrvwt, Il., l 'ith

gloves and ai insurance cEard -(UP) Toheghtpaeot in
bearing the name s Katz."r.. ham. and te
to the reed Ice cream stores, at the Club Ron
home, where his wife, Mrs. Mar- A red-batred stfi t a jj in,
earet Katz. told them she had screamed, bullets w I In SlieT
not heard from him since Fri- across the- bar and fowr !,ay ';
dav morning. fell wounded. 1
SHewas identified at the city Darlene La Vett wa near his
r n urgue by Orville Richardson. way through her buntU-a d. 85.1 sl.
his attorney. grin4 routine when taken
Katz' robbery attempt was Georgen Pernoieao teo dN
foiled by Thomas F. DoerfUliner. to the garish Oay- .to k was re
a guard on the Guarantee 8erv- today n anaWeto her trou
ice Co.. truck. The robber jump- call .
ed into the cab of the truck h elnholt Langer. a two-t
R ISKY 64 1 while two other guards carried a loser at Leavenworth. hv at* ;
Large sum of money into the bought her a drink, shown
/U5 U JMound Citv Trust Co.. near one pitol aand demanded a d
6- t of Katz' stores. Langer and his
SPIN 14 Suo Katz, who had a container of SMth and Spencer
airmmonia gas wrapped in 'brown *n d fire on*
cSnaDer, sent a stream of the gm. w t a word.
d! Into the rear of the truck by 11- at-ons ducked

Before Doerfllnger eolia Id. S M ItUV
Katz in the neck. left varz.td b "
left leg. The se e M w *s mm L o lu=-.
fatal.
Doerflineer remalnd j. A
rious condition at cv at e w._ u tbfu
mufering from ammona bm.jm d ':J
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