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:
AA00010883:00211

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THE PANAMA AMEKICAN on urs Is suA'cnh noppy ;Lor
OWNED ANo PUBLIC HED OT rTL PANAMA AIERICAI MN INO Labor N ws
POUNDED lV NELSON ROUNSeVELL IN IIIA
eNARMMOIO ARIAs. O ran l
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TiPLPHONS P' aSa No 2-0940 I LINl)
CAlLe ADOMS Pte AIn AeERlICAN. PwANA
COLON OPPIrCE. 12a 17v CENTal Avemup oersweN 12TD ao i3sT o. SIRrTs



THIo IS YOUR Ia pRU e er fHE IA ssued tw oa t COLUMN Eisenhower's new Secretary of ,.,B lt '
SAvg n erefens e ewil haved te b d Com m ent
homeOC ront labor war. IL


S si THUnited StaS IN wo cn o 300
PrOP a YEAR. IN AOVANCL. is 5 34 00 BY VICTOR RIESEL



THe l o e ru t rei are But if there's any body n theat
United States who can deal dl-
0 rectly with the labor chiefs who D f
The Mail Ion is en open forum to' readen at The Punmo Anliei are saying to themselves that
kee. Letter are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly conei- they now must gt off their
deutiml manner. 'swivel chairs," stop pushingn
It yOu eutriblue a latte don't bi mipilisentl It t doesn't appeal the buttons" and get tough even if
mext day. Letters ore published m the order received. It means going "to jail," It's ,
Pleas try e keep the letters limited to uoe eae length General Motors' President 0.
Idetity of lena writers held in ltrinest confidence E. Wilson, the man who has been
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements em opinion getting along with W a I t e r
-0 o confused with ex-Defense Mob-
ilizer Wilson of GE).
BANK CHECKS FOR LOCAL RATERS ARRIVE Eisenhower may not know it,
DAYS LATER THAN OLD PAY RECEIPTS but the industrialist he has
chosen for Defense Secretary
"fallbox" has more reset inside labor
With reference to changes of paydays for local-ratels, T hans ne ot in corporation
would like to call the attention of the proper authorities, of Ihe executive. Charles Wilson .
rotten treatment given to local-raters in regards to issuance of earned It the hard way and
bank checks it comes at a moment when
I would hke a proper explanation, i.e., what extra work is CIO, regardless of who's elect-
Involved in preparing bank checks, in place of pay receipts' as ed president, win set the pace
you will note. that pay-receipts were issued two and three days for all labor In getting tough
earlier than the now given bank checks. with industry, especially amass
Rather surprisingly industry now producing for
For the pay period from Oct. 19th to Nov. 1st, bank checks defense.
were received on the 12th in some Divisions, and Nov. 13th in One night some years ago the
others, almost running into the same date of closing the follow- nation was tense. A giant strike
Ing period which was Nov. 15th. Isn't this shameful? had hit GM. Any verbal park
The less coke drinking and coffee drawing in the Payroll might have revived the bloody
Division, would certainly have the checks out earlier, warfare of 1937.
I know thit the moderate rent increase have some in au- Another newsman (Todd
thority on edge, so why should the local rater's have it, as Wright, now with Colliers) and I
smooth 'as it wn? set out to find Charles Wilson
Aordlng o the circular just received, some divisions are to see it the company would try
going to receive their bank checks on Christmas-Eve, and others to operate the plants thus de-
after the Christmas. clearing open war.
I think I am going to bring the rent panel to investigate We wandered through the
these irregularities, massive GM building in Detroit.
Fair Play. The executives were kind. But
no Charlie Wilson.
SIDE GLANCES By Co breath We returned to our hotel r
ID ES Calbraith and on the bed was the phone _
-- book. The simple thin occurred
rt to both of us. W looked up
'Charlie's" number,, telephoned
,.his suburban home and told the0
c o so t koutler we wanted to talk to him. h u
/ rOn he came. For a half hour
Swe talked. No industrial war. The y RUARK d
I try. *-
During more recent negotia-
i' ons with Walter Reuther and NEW YORK.-One of the things I'd like Ike gress, and it does not doto ova baby. t.he-toopm.
the other CIO Auto Workers U- to look at, when he gets around to it, is what is We forced the kin-d t u Ut9 ...am
union leaders, It looked like new wrong with hie officers in the armed services, bed, and. we gave them oGun lty of a sort thul
mass warfare on the auto front. and what may be done .to stick a little ramrod really too rich for their youg blood. You do notarms
back in the higher echelons so that the stiffneS run a miLlt~ay that wgy ,eva yli.i d breone
"Charle" Wilson f ally will be felt all the way to the rear ranks, eye co cked on ~T-, '
walked Into his executives' We have had us a year or so of flWt refusing We hate.J at K t r belion- wer
confabs and said let's settle to fly, prisoners of war uprising, andiut. the the trobp done everything or Of lat
this. Let's get industrial peace. other day, a bunch of GI's at Camp llmepr, N i nf tll, and r e V -fl re .
We'll sign a five-year contract ., verging on pe because. they were off t w
J m. tkwith Reuther and agree to dissatisfied with the W f weire beil pro- e n.
book wage Increases to any In- ceased for discharge. This. of-et aprtes midi, .a noA
crease In the cost of living, The record aMight ;., I f0 t, the 0 tl. n or th
That was his personal deel- card to sneak I-
S sln. It brought peace for a eg of the
whila. I ,'. :
( Now labor is reh Mis ajain. It "h
Is worried that without an open gi tr" a o
Kally in the White House muchof0. the. fI thf.
its push-buttom muscle-flexingner totis when Aibtary a l-Kp aMthe
is gone, It will have to actually rebell out loud,. ..
flex those muscles to make sure You have see ta .In ever1 bat a s r6 be.aequ.0. .
it still has them it believes public rebellion since to .can u .abeil. You 'br mNOt l
and "prove it to Gen. Elsenhow- also saw it in' Russia in Ow*lany. W y pa climan
LWhat Charles Wilson now faces volutn s e hecing its On ne it tre of rank
in running his huge defense prm corner. itis fr d er
duction machine for that's We have pampered our basic ,mllltar. *1ice ed. to t lo their han
r'eall the Penagton's major con- the war-always of course wi th function .military man is
11 cern on.the home front Is the the ones who get tildle4-and I doo or "A, y*.." Taking care tos
Snew militancy.
11-6 -.'.4 1t Jutnew militancy. Y that such pampering Is healthy In.a-Aon, wi- he says it.
..o 2.aPue.on. hbJust wfmhat is that? Youget It oWar and the preparation for ,I r Y an Army th
Intellectual said recently. harsh business. It is ne healthy f -S erenns Up i
"When your father was your age he got by on an allow- man comele s out of the same ph it-. lea Into slumtber huarrar.,at h oon1 f2 ews a wt
man comma out of the samre phi-
ance' of two dollars a week-I ought to know!" 'o10o0ph I cal background, and to his sergeant. n rebellion against their
thinks much as Reuther does. You may not admit the InfIt9Asa Uniend with em Ingle
( A r 00of the AI'L Meat Cutters who Black Jack Pershingbittb edp tough discipline.S
prepare the food for millions of respect and obedience fr ta ti ,.TheI can't%-ay what sort of Preasld If
America's tables. the things done that they1h At"make becae he's had no pr acttovOt
The- o rS nOS time has ended when lab- And they got It done withn has been an officer since Iwas u.h d.I
For C ist m as-L dor can e t "to have benefits started it fer the
tand toaCveyt.startedwi the ff aNhe security of the country, d



OO E S Ctbsm on a silver 4t
(1a~) i~i '5 ter as pewmed to be the rule un- down to the ranks., n v cut-why a srgeant can sneer ..a.
"9 dnes," Dotman and his col boys ever since the AP-Americt0aL It might be more I
wrecked our i .by :b1ic- .l iA the l6ng run,
The Finest Full-LeadZAA RTB*OADAh Iday.





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both 'oa mad national of- troduatlons on teevy
ficials to =s1e .exatt grew la- boarding-talent is I
y. Instead l n g loeal u- hero in the "Somethl lM
union meefotip. Se monthly of all things, a lobby.
as in the olh. dy they were announced: "I want to
content to have qu arterly, high-neeked dress m.e
semiannual and en manual er blouse." Why hide the
meetings."
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that that's why some unions quintet clicked. About at
were seized by crooks and Corn- marquees before we t S
munists. The members st stay-. holiday .The recorded
ed away V) Nelson Eddy (Nelson 5d4
"The class struggle was almost er, vibrates lustily.. .Vest
entirely forgotten and a class on mlice. Her sharp flag
conscious member was the ex- ville' toll with: "She
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After' Mr. Barry' At Caribe Tonight


:. L i. L People who visit the Car be complicate the lie of this mo
S Theater tonight to see "Mr. dern Robin Hood.
*s 'lriRn Barry's Etching," may start
Srecheeling their hobbies after
,.they see this Broadway laugh
although, not chas e Co~~n tador staff has hit, just to make sure they don't
'I They ougola full steam ahead" get themselves into a lot of
Nti reo alKed poprocess of having every- I1 trouble.
air-,.fromf W- Rv .Ltheir picture taken. The play Is being sponsored
rot I of ita team, beeaius f the students who werd by the American Legion Auxt-
leave played a fighting, spe to have their picture '. ( iary for the benefit of the Cru-.
Sby both school. week will be able to sade for Freedom drive now
takenon Wednesday I I.' A 10a underway in Panama and the
p t plors have- faced the dlffic4 Sma, the photo apher, 6 163 Canal Zone.
ot oftPaine. Lots hope that in aB shopLtt0 .com74 Judson Barry, the comedy's
the c' i be accurate.. t 6AJ18T central character could give
S' --s11 stragglers are urged to 00 some valuable advice on the
ThW tto We 0 eWs 4 in C-.. who answer to the names turn out on Wednesday. matter, for his hobby was to
of lamesacer Bhara U a Freshman i a dabblb in bogus money. \
W141 i- ISa phoaore. Beat of luck,.to you both in the The sophomore class held *AKQB652 Just for the fun of it,. Mr.
"O 61 'TIer." their third meeting of the year K e e Barry used his talent for en-
S- to discuss the purchase of Col- ..JMr side vul graving to make $50 bills that
ypins and ring e as wel k e d remarkably genuine,
b o bow t ea the Christmu printed them on his own presses,
toania. The weeh n ar rer w fr the Chrs stmu l p ? PI2 1 and stashed away quite a bundle
ald y the sophomouslpres i 3 of them. But when some real
ea ee, Bn hose has been sophomore c -. PI Pas counterfeiters hear of his hobby, 4/4
k. Oft tion to S. yr he now owns a l Entebt, sophomore c the embarrassing difficulties
W e Ael" twin t ee. ag In C.H.B. grown president, asked for v tes i' 4 that ensue provide one of theft
rablat. t elp the'Chief Chairman f -r .most mirth-provdking comedies
e W__. ._.e__.__ in many seasons, aceorhnf toChirano
*the Dance committee, Ann Edi- in many seasons, according
cycle club met st W plan or the wa ds. Those persons volunteer- advance reports.
dry, season. O sea w re: Robert Beves, ir ws played in Mr. Barry's Etchings" I said
written a letter to hea pla, endt, a to be in the mood of "Three '-
w tor enorkOe to. from. is atteapa f e1Betty lmeia h, wn ,ii neld e Men on a Horse," in that theta r
wkishopp.eidduroqll thwith their |
Sash5the not ot easy tth r esr dt ty maeh WA 0 first central characters in both plays
of which 90% w be spent on d-, u.' quam. r ve who lute was are dd fellows whose very ape-
6 sntnre w-rvatouse asthe greeting card poet
soo t withdrew for various rea- ai 63n w al gifts lead crooks tos them.
The play, "Gramnrey Ghost," a rl who nheritssons such as conflcting saheddh e can "Three e nn caHoroet"
House In Gramercy park and gets a to in withthe ules with the hour of the co- nes
deal, was put on before a- p-eae<''r. Iist.I.viday, and mittee mpoting, etc. o f ttrick with whose hunches on the ponies
Saturday, in the C audtorin a won- ndB returned never failed, got kidnapped by
Saturday, in the C.S. audorluz.. AW returned awon
derful ob to -the stage crew ca- At h et, the mmt i6h Rapee horse-track rascals, Barry has a
Sth Crb- cation the danese, peabil- end one g on him in the hope that
S s.i b- ateen theedan, bl-seken gang of counterfeiters descend-
A beaa College C grb Iu-g to ties of t r. aesrta, a e-.se r.'o needed one he will become a partner In
beal. Colat texe za gamma-Ito tis and noafa'* ep-orleh eu ist ra 1forder ad their combine.
98 att the inttefa ,It Is and p t deortts .e" AAr to I t's h s good heart that eta
-thaDt reve on teo .t be t-tf d s. ,l intruthe the eccentric In trouble. He ad
... D during te etRit was l h really never intended to "pass
r tf ri "a" al -t tr ed that Sn o ieRly ai t l a hi s f ake money, but his
veled to ateot tiqahOGitr l n Lcandidate for mayor needs a
half d with a killing -1 soet In e Tecond half, cosect the bA A ent o l o mistake, to be campaign fund. veterans have Fem I dhe yrs of chrir life,
Istum rov Wteach jerve, U ut to win by the ders, and betteasurer of the Slast had no way of to have the means for buying k u bridd mwillcheh
m of s Rie yn Committee. Kathryn heefo at the tpl, their ow l homes, and capital Uhe diirloo serl
O rtl4at lt-s lrga*dy taken one club Is needed for a children's polio ...1rir freshYouthfuJd0ga,
an eye the Calendar The Christ- Last Thursday mornng A our and owner ls ad dededow rat- hoiaetal. the m oadcap Barry o v idtblihn of-
masor ia mqu o n w members were pledged tor tied off hf seven diamond trick figures whats the harm in Phi l:dz .ur.
odaosdW AY.'bve fifty cents .to An n new mem ers w re p ed ed'hdolidore






*M DZ Leo = 1y aid Wednesdai afternoon the ime e cvea ruesW orthy carsy re- .UtYisdil
T Leo o Salter, and have a tble re- the Panama Canal Cast of Del- and thus made his contract. The aiding these worthy causes byo
served early. ta Pst Oega. The new members score for North-South was p in out some o the bogus o defl
were: Jayne Butler. Kathryn therefore plus 600 at the first monetary art? iou
ayTh neverybody.ColclaureBltt-y Flumach and table. It's then that the artist's 6 C place sctins
yDon Ponder. Ralph Hula. Te cast director, At the other table auropean home becomes a beehive of acti-
DonPa .vity, as the counterfeiter gang fro $18.25
Wendell Spreadbury, conducted par held the North-South cards. Life s thgazine reporters. ang, a
the pledging sertvie with the aid South won the second trick with LIf m gazne reporters, a film
f busilness manager, Ann Ed- the king of clubs and decided manate and T-Men move In to
Ta fra Squa d Cra c ow yards. and faculty sponsor. u- to run hi seven diamond tricks Wanted 1 Ct D
uxDbert Turbyfill, at once. CHESTER. Va. (UP) The THE
-As s3on South led his third county board was amazed to re-
leOun Wednesday afternoon the diamond It immediately became celve a request for a salary re-
"Rcsf $ 3 i o C.Z.J.C. Girl's Volleyball team apparent to the American. de- duction. A county employee, B. JUWlIEl
wi"t116 on" the ...Vol- fenders that declarer had seven j Banks, 73, asked that his pay
It hats beennoted that very to the club that he had already so he would be eligible for social UOn "
Wm.,,C.25 ) 1eerspersona few college students attbid these wo11, defender Immediate- security payments. The board
JIMSulIhave been convicted. % ese, in fact very few college lY s eigDau his ace to indicate complied.
reported, t1545 ; ia itaThe bureau also reported students know the regulations ofthe cortrect defense. _orthe______-______'__
tbiat ta x'oollKtlons for the new volley ball as L the-case of thio tf efa iyfor the
t"fastAt ,a~wfa Vl A kh ha-- -ft O7Ar


PAO= TUMS
Both Presidente --
HOUSTON, Tex. (UP) WhBm
ydu talk about President Kem
merer at the University of Hous-
ton. you have to be careful to
specify which one.you mean. Dr.
W. W. Kemmerer is president
of the university and his son,
W W. Jr., s president of the
Student Association.
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tnB 1 nlW l w Ceeree wer a., w ra, Wa f a contract.
k t',O0000. Uig, ?q1 Ilest 1kok o fTh result at the second table
U. S. Tax seere ee I didn't knew who was minus 10 for North-South,
s.lt o-- the a merican team gain.
-U~e$ n eedshliaruly was gotn I the ol!" a ded=jonts on badby
in rs t year. The rls, nevertheless, have bein plus 600 nstepa of minu
0. W. Behenelder, the court's been doing a very Rood job and 600.
admilistrative officer, said the deserve more appreelation and nUI
number of cases tled ag credit than they have been re- **e**************
the government has jmped ia.- celvinR.
most 300 per cent s .nce o IM. The sixteen lettermen for this *
The government always 4i the gar are: John Albrltton, Alfred "
defendant in tax court cases ,4epaU, Salvador Aleguas. Hen- "
ISchoenfelder sai'thecour' v Richard Dillman, Rob-
Schoenfelder said the ealt artu. Ds a, lgE Gerad .
0Jle t Dolan, Wilas Entebl. Ger'ld
16 Judges have been uable ohn Gorham. Ralph Huls,
keep uD with the added 6Melner. George Metivier, -
and the number ofu i Nickisher. Robert Slev-
cAses gets bigger every yeao. r Dicacis Srera and William *
During the 1952 fiscal oeevenln or day .
which ended Jtmn 20, 6,870 le lCases will be held during
anyer apad'as ts. to ..the va or Fdnay. however, *eas **s*s
And S,04 cmss were closed. A- hge-xUbnsion Division classes
Ioct l,0 remSained ,. l .turday morning will be
docket on Junem 0.Th 0 hemj during the regular hours.
estimates 8900 cases will M-
filed this fiscal year and 9.80f
during fiscal 1954. Teens Conquer
"t we did not receive any ,
more petitions it would 6 tak i
W.Gourt abet two-,Y o c l
si. the. pe n*1g, .'* f u b-1 --w-h Habit

He said the main reason'or .CI" HART
.be sharp upa ing in the co0rt'' eaty iter
work has bee= the vast indreaj
ti the numrnbr of tax rbturnflt and listen to a
d drtlnt repast aft '. ltuorsit at your
Were than fl tW in homework, do irraso
IS fit tax r el that trains
O 9i 11 Y o y an d the back of
years a line up perfect- A SUPERLATIVE t C
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New American Submarines

More Versatile Underwater
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WASHINGTON. Nov. 25 -; revolution is promised. Fisher
America's newest submarines reports, by the world's first
come close to matching t he atomic-powered submarine, U.
abilities of their namesakes, the S.S. Nautilus, now on the ways
fish of the deep seas. near New London, Connecticut.
They "breathe" underwater With uranium as fuel, atom
They travel faster submerged subs should be able to cruise
than on the surface. They car- indefinitely at great depth No
ry uncanny new weapons as air would be needed for the
S"teeth," and sensitive electron- atomic engines.
Ic "ears." It has been estimated unof-
Such advances in the world ficially that the first nuclear-
of undersea warfare, writes Al- powered submarines probably
lan C. Fisher, Jr. in the Na- would be able to make 35 knots
tional Geographic Magazine, submerged considerably fast-
have already made the U. S. er than the top speeds of most
fleet submarines of World War modern surface warships.
II as absolute as the Model T Thus the prediction of Comdr
Ford. Edward L. Beach, skipper of
An even greater undersea one of the Navy's newest at-
-..- -. tack submarines, U. S. S. Trig-
ger.
olon To IntroA number of subrariners-
Solon I roduc and that includes me." he said.
"foresee the day when all war-
DrA A~ i al Iinfl ships must be albe to submerge.
Proposal ExteAIUIndin or court disaster."
Comdr. Beach's Trigger, the
li | |i HIAII National Geographic Magazine
Tenure Il US House reports, is already capable of
going faster submerged than
WASHINGTON. Nov. 25 tUP) on the surface. Shorter and
-Rep. Frederic R. Coudert Jr., chubbier than the fleet type,
said today he will Introduce .In such subs have snorkel equip-
the new Congress a constitu- ment for operating their Die-
tional amendment extending the sel engines at periscope depth,
term of members of the House secret electronic equipment and
to four years. high-powered batteries for
"The two-year term does not deep-water maneuvering.
make sense any longer." declar- In addition to the new at-
ed th.e New York Republican. tack boats and the atomic sub-
"As soon as members are marine of the near future,
through with one election, they Fisher reports, America's un-
necessarily become engaged In dersea fleet today Inc u d e s
the next one." streamlined guppyy" subma-
Coudert said the proooFed rines, submersible oilers, troop
amendment would provide that carriers, radar picket boats and
one half of the House member- guided missile launchers.
ship be elected every two years. Among their weapons Is a
"preserving the advantages oi homing torpedo which runs
the mid-term appeal to the unerringly to its target, guid-
country presently provided bv ed only by the sound of an
the biannual congressional eiec- enemy ship. A second type, the
tions" pattern-running torpedo, heads
"The purpose of the amend- for the target's general area
ment is to create an opportun- and then begins to weav e
ity for better service that a through the water, seeking its
longer term will give." he said. victim.
"The average House member Great emphasis is being
gets about one year t3 con- placed by the U. S. Navy, the
centrate u porn congressional article reportE upon counter-
business before he is again cam- measures against the subma-
paigning in primaries and for rine new listening and track-
the general election. aig gear, nev- "submarine-kil-
'Many of the states have er" subs, and surface a tack
winter and spring primaries soe su h as the mortal-
that during the second year ofweaps such as the mortal-o"
a congressior. l t.rm members But despite this priority,
are literally campaigning at But despite t ms pryofit
home and compelled to divert Pisher writes, many officer
hoe ndomped t e think the submarine someday
their attention from vital con- will intthrit the seas. As yet
gressional business." there is no certain defense, no
Sone sure countermeasure
Rep. L. H. Smith against it.
Of Wisconsin Here
For 5-Day Visit OAum ,m Ritir


United States Representative
Lawrence H. Smith who arrived
yesterday o; the Panama liner
- Panama with Mrs. 'nith for a
five r"i-visit to the imus has
served In Congress for the past
11 -ars
is a Republican member
of I House and serves on the
Foi-: n Affairs Committee. His
hor-? is in Racine, Wisconsin.
F-e is a graduate of Marquette
Uri' 'rsity Law School. DuringI
the first World War he served
as a first lieutenant In the in-
fantry and is active in the
American Legion.
Congressman and Mrs. Smith
were met at shipside Monday by
a representative from the Gov-
ernor's office and accompanied
to the Pacific side


rAMI M in Mi

NERVOUS!I

RHEUMATIC!
Wroe g foods and drinks worry. over-
work. uad frequent Doldo often put a
strain on the Kidneys, and Kidney and
Bladder troubles may cause Etceal
Ality. Strong. Cloudy Urine. Gettlna
Up Nights. Burning Passages. Leg
Pains. Nervousness. Dizziness, Swollen
Ankles. Rheumatism, Puffy EYelids and
feeling old before your time. Help yuur
kidneys purify your blood with Cystem.
Cystex goes right to work helping your
kidneys ways: l. Clean. oul poisonous
acids. 2. Combats germs In the urany
systemrn. Soothes and alnis Irritated
Uisues. And thus you quickly et on t.u
r*ad to enjoying life aptfal. et Oyt
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:Michigan Mode

HORIZONTAL V TICAL
I City in 1 Bodily
Michigan structure
6 Michigan has 2 Dornice
a large --- an a notion
crop 4 New (comb.
1 Ransom form)
13 Traps SRelate
14 SmalI space 6 Presently
15 Indian poles 7 LIMt touch
16 Extinct bird 8 Magician's
17 Citmrus fruit eemmand 2
it'Take legal Arboreal
proceedings mammals
against 10 Worms
20 Feminine 12 Oretenr
appelation 1S Cease
22 Pot 18Russian 31
23 Steamers community
(ab.) 31 Pertaninlg to 32
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SOver three hundred ladies participated in the 14th An .
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'HO .... 'are- rd Center in Wo. -FOURTEENTH NEEDLEWO6RK TEA ,Chlholm, Mr. and Mrs.
.te-icw a willbtea oeshemprure. VERm Y SUCCESSFUL
pnt s aa *laWau E ne f eee l may a tlane See4ework Tea which was held at the Strang- Rotary Iheon Chan

iW u-ot ie s meeti n ^MiA SaowfI ahe tlte M- grav, removin fthe ate Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt. The Atlantic Branch was or- luncheon tomorrow aat *
's Oh s pter o f aBeW p m rl, m u st b e If ra t ,d u s n co rd s, a nd a rra n g n g z e d 1 9 w th th e tin t eetin g a t th e h om e o f M rs. S tra n ge rs C lu b a t n o o n ,
t..s PI thrmuy will be b pId at eatadded must bedthoro a bird and garnish on the Jesse Byrd. of Thursday, because of
three uye .,et ,en wi.h powe sytem the entire Sorority House at .ked before. combnta vtter. Tea was served upon the ar- tenant Commander R. Watson giving Day. All members at
S time, ^ ,- this .eet t other ingrede Fill tl e .turkey will lose a little of rival of the ladies at 3:30 p.m. were the dinner guests of Corn- reminded to bring their .donatd
hoe tt 'T k t eirr-"0f 'Fr eine remt sed e-denta ceremony i1 e phld4 dru eth dyttl'eIta, l lqa d~rtebe .high inside heat, making It with Mrs. Byrd, Mrs. Humberto mander and Mrs. Perry. tions of rice.
Th' meat party rlts. bnierr neck poc et first. Then bring comfortable for carving. Leignadier, Mrs. Juan A. Nufiez -Tuesday evening the Perrys-
Side ea h rof the'CAnal Zn ..ec. k skin Over and phewer it to fees will also be absorbed and Mrs. Raul Herrera presid- had as their guests for dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Carrltnton 5
E of ^PatheroC, 'Newl ioe Meeetin;Of Alta GAlt d TGllt lt' back. tmAt during ths period. ing at the tea services. Commander J. H. Burton, Lieu- Announce Birth Of Son
h'Ip u b lic 'a n d C a n alAl anowCr katft u e y b t doeu a n t C o m m a n d I s hus w i b e I nt
I', L Mr, 'Paoultert, bNew Jert f The regr ar mtg n he For filing body cavity, place. Tm The donations of new cloth- tenant Commander L. R. Heron Friends on both sides of
N 5 .. Ail, CartKer altr of .the Catlesral of turkey f rto deep bowl neck end ws. sook Total Cookei n ing er the charitable institu- Leutenant Commander W. P Isthmus will be Interested
B, Mry. l, .irk tneari ] the former St. Luke WlU beld at 7:30 down. Fill w nth stuffing ha- Wl c'e Time, Approx. ns of the Republic were dis- Phelan and Lieutenant Co m- learn of the birth of the
if l M FeS^r.' M uer ..en rey,~ru thefrme p.m, In the oufl Reem. Ina the bird gently to a tth. T.mpr..re H.ur played On long tables, mander and Mrs. A. P. Ander- child, a son, to Mr. anr a
tMr. L tvensr O Carey, d -h-tre stuffing, but not pack it. Packe 4,'. 835 eg. F. 3 to 4 Mrs. Hipolito Fernandez was son of the Station. Jerome Carrington, of N
Mr. lt Mr H te l M E.D.arey of Cenert At Nat .tl _nate stuffing may emerge alter roat- 1o 1. 325 eg. F. 4 to 4 Va charge of the afternoon's A luncheon Thursday, at the Okla. The baby has beI
5' o Mr..W h stternal grandparents a Profuesolr Alaz r Felnland Im in a solid, compact mas I, 325 deg. F. 4 V to 5 program. Mrs. Stanley Hamil- Perry residence included Cap- named Christopher Raym d.
h t i r .r f Mrnren r, will conduct- the ittonl .,Con- Close the opening by t ac ri- Bdeg.F. 5 to 7 ton, president, welcomed those tain Born's staff with a group Mrs. Carrington Is the
M' W, t_1n'r rrrs. John Kame serveatory Or"chest .thi' eve- skewers across the opening a i ... l' eg.F. 7 to 8'/ present and thanked them for of the officers irom the Sta-Miss Judy Ward, dauh
Mr. a .e -" Mr. P. Furr, Y oZnon e P ark. Long Island gatt ta e shith cord.
Mr i Sw Ym one ark, Long Islan 'ang at -E at th National lace It shut with cord. -', l1O* tl rkey doneT-To their cooperation in this Torth- tion. The staff members present Mr. and Mrs. R. B; W
t W.,L r D Theater. Mrs. Elzabeth ein- Poprf gbth hWneness test 15 to 30 while enneavo. with Captain Born were: Lieu-Gatun.
"i : .5 Ryln a Rainbow Girls entertain and, cellosrt, wi be presented -Proper trinuss givs a ome. beore turkey should be Mrs. John Lernick and her tenant Commander B re m e r, Mr. Carrlngton la the ca
'M b r, With is Enterin l as sololat. *.. pact shape, form cooking' .g. '^the thicket part -of committee were in charge of Lieutenant Commander Watson, Mrs. Elizabeth Carrato, 1r
Jh Balha Magn----iner and browning and aids ear- e ck protect fing fin- the decorations. They trans- Lieutenant Commander T. H. the American Embassy,
M'r, ,- Rainbow fo o. e, O ere .'f Exetive board lo paper. The formed the stage into a tropr. Casey, Lt. Commander J. H. nama City, and Major d el
with a T h si e tormr b E c To truss, bend winW tips tot met shod feel very soft. Or cal scene as a background zor Benton, Lt. Commander F. J. Carrlngton, of Hot Sprlan
SEecutive the st and e n bac ve drtnatick up and the program which portray ed.a Pawela, Lt. Commander L. R. Ark., formerly of Fort
S -In the locbtt t d a .Wh. an's Clul will. meet "hooking" them un de r- th -the. leg Joints should scene on Walkiki Beach. ana- Heron, Lt. Commande" Phelan, Mr. Jerome Carrlngton la
i lMr Hall on Satd- Fu erWre e at 9:00 a.m. at shoulder Joints with tips over tihe le rpdly orbreak. na plants, sugar cane, ana pal- Lieutenant C. W. Moses, Lieu- cellist with the Oh
r e t. neset e Board Cen- neck skin- "akimbo" style. Tie metro leaves were efectlvely tenant J. W. Ladosz, Lieutenant Symphony. o
th, Mr. six present. n Balboa drumstick ends securely to tail. f a meat thermometer s used to create the tropical M. E. Massey and Lieutenant R. ---
Sn-r. Rverend .Raymond -- Sme retailers draw the bird ae, t sho register 165 de- background. Beach table with W. Hanwell. Vstors At Wa to
S', Mr. W. Benny, Of he Gambo Ui6n 4 BI n eI" PartJtay Night. In a way as to leave a bridge of cles. F..'ta e center of the umbrella and lounging chairs, Those present from the Coco Cotillion Club
-r. W Bigh Mr. J. S gave an inspiring Thanksel The seventh meeting of the skin across the abdominal qpen- aring or 100 degrees F. in the and colorful flower leis, cornm- Slo Nayal Station were: Cap- The monthly Cotillion C
MrW ar.,, 3. FMr sage. Fall Cotilliop murder the direc- Ing In this cae, omit ktewni s oenwer, of the inside thigh mus- pleted the decorations. L. L. Koepke, Commander dance, which was held
hs Th entertainer ti on of Llond ears, will be held and cord. Push drum altit ce. Mrs. Fernandez gave interest- D. King, Lt. Commander A. at the Hotel Washlngto.r
W. L .' U- ,ptcpt, entert.a hje, commit-this eveningk at. 700 In the through top opening, tbheittd -er ing details of the dances to be P. Anderson, Lt. Commander a very successful affair..
a.L a te gave te kIUa efo a a tlnton halo a of Hotel tt br bridge of skin th afld So Stew a rd s given and some of the back th h. O fin, Lt. Com r. H. E.athe guests or the evening
..- li e' T e Panama. to be a "Blue druristick protruding ai de ground of the traditions of the Schmdt' Lt. Commander J. F.Mr. and Mrs. J.
.. L s fg JeJan" Prty ight. through the bottoC unil To Meet Islands, furnis hed by MIas. L. Cri- der, ansLt. Commander H. tntue i
r.-R oeures, m i gh H. Stroup who resided in Ha- 14. Durham.e
Mrvl M r. H. T oC t e evehLnnCarnIv a nw g fs o h wb c t sF n a Si.
,C. i e ie Over the bird pace a s 7:30 Tonight w oalor eas c a sharou Mr. Kinsey New Arrival At Funeral Se
rI I rr .ue to the' Thanksgiving ho- elteseelth well-motst ned thlt modeled through the courtesy Coco Solo ut t 'I
r wh lidy the regular l in tam- not drippig, with melted cook .Earaiso Chapter Stewards' of Motta's, opened the program, Mr. Calvin Kinsey arrived re- r .
ser Mi aB ,, werreA.cAnCl"bWohen'ito and. other c carnival In fat. The cheesecloth ahod Council of- Local 900-CIO will Misses Mariella Quiros and Jl- cer.tly to assume the duties df l *
.+ T. Hlarris .C ,-WI. eaThan.k 's dances wil be postponed until be large enough to'drate down tald, a. special meeting tonight ma Lara wore play suits; Mis- the Industrial Relations Officer LISted Wednes
S.r Z'. MillardeW tor a hnlmaeAS t. Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the* sides. This fat-moistened at 7:30 p. m. at the Chapter's ses Etildia Ibanez and Lolita at Coco Solo. .W.el
wn tM heon for members n 1-e UBO-JiWB Arme4 Forces cloth keeps the bird greased and office to the Paraso Clubhouse. Quiroz wore bathing suits and Mr. Kinsey was the first c- Funeral services for W
'A morrow at 12:30 p.m. to- SePre Center, n does aWly.with the necessity for -emna on the agenda are: The the latest in shorts and pedal vilTan employee of the U. S. John Butts, retired Army,
Ovation Card game t he laedUnion C b. basting .. to tln of a Crusade for Free- pushers were modeled by Mis- Nval Ammunition Depot at Mc- geant who died at his ha
-", ,a. ation Card' gas wl l be played fol l Fower Show To Be Held RoastingK the turkevrsRoast in committee correspondence ses Hersilita Herrera, and Lot. Aeater, Okla., and had charge Chllibre Nov. 17. will be- hal
of .n, Pau h l evaint mn be ma Deseinber 8 shallow open pan with tack---no rm the Rev .J. Raymond Ma- tie Stevenson. of setting up the system for 10 a. m. tomorrow at Co
ar, of a Mr. PauL F. tesetnatron may e made by The two current Flo we cover and Po water. Basting Is chete, a reply from Lt. Gov. H. Misses Yoianda Pinaherrera employment. Under his dlrec- cemeterv.
o us'albtreurn teePhn2 2 A C. Medin- Classes meeting weekly under unnecessary. O. Paon and office operation. Tamara Leon and Gertrude tion the employment reached Military services wil be h
vi P -American Alth Ways fromnoa 22- o a Cl.dub Hde a d section o f Mrs. Charles The oven temperature "Low danced a number, at the con- a peak of 9,000. He was known an, the Army will furnish.
DaL;ra Iwa fr f2-7 or Club Head- Morgan will present .a Fower jn sOW" i te rule. Low te m age Sale clusi they distributed the co- t "The Daddy of the Depot,' eerers and a bugle and.
M4a I, Florl4a, zollowlhg a v.. quarters. ow on Manday, December 8, perature means less shrinkam- lorful flower ueis. They were and was stationed there for n squad. b,
al o spdnt in N nd o ices Saturday Mfollorningowed b Miss Lei de Leo years prior o transferring to Sergeant Butts has no



S lter hosfessto a Trseup 6 e eatrthedral of on Fri th bottom of rtoastneg pan or re- a St. o e. Church in Colon the previous costumes. This red ding Saturday evening of Miss
Sof hr friends at day at 9:30 move and remote with melt- urdy morning at 9 o'clock dress was made with a long Mary Frances Aexatis an
g ari a a s wited fat. b the Holy Family Church in train. Her dances were entitled Leutenant Gordon Green, were
g atubdCv. AT JWB ld A- Remove the. cloth toward the MArgarita. "Lovely Hula Hands" and "Me- a group of Pacific de friends.
Sl tua r ol Ch d 0 a ;..d as-nd of the roasting. tie, should lehini Mole." These included: Mr. and Mrs.


nal f Ca tioUn e Army Bultag, h gica. more browning be deed. If the t ied toys and clothing 'ill be Mrs. Malcolm Wheeler and E. P. McFadden, Mr. and Mrs.
t S adM riMs e held on memberr 1 *i- t6t r aoth bais nt over or accepted at the Holy 'I mi-ly Mr. Michael Picardo played Emmett Zem sr, Meaor end Mrs .si
B'd r at 7:30 p oh i- Wel rioppnd urn w-ihcp mlt-s patr.hall for sale during the dthe accompanying music o Kenneth Bronnler, Dr. and
ra_"_ _at 7 3 p m a the sid e .hUt a .r UE Uo eththUtow ar dp S S .the I a ta t thel *Ch a H and sE with t ez a a rrlop of Psii c Oi de fr010.




Card' ofy t the b y dSe a raotre -te.age.. Hawpitan guitars. The program t Me,. H. L. Phillips Mr. and Mrs.
'' a"B-j. ga_.Asp. au.ihe ". hein te l unZch'on ,"wberIn be1,i 9shal.lothw. oen0pan oe r acw k oe te h the Howyiided with the Rayimond aei Pl-ardo, laess nEstella de laeti r hesyst fr
La u 'O th k .. aftexw i 2-24 Ad"l.. C. d, e direction....... Wharl's The oventuremple..r+ .. 4 a .tur e, .- uLowe.. ...ancled a numbeurarSwthhthe ~on- pak. of. 9I_~r H L hlip,000l. Hte wasMrk_ owndd ~ai


44bS Aate ;Ssated to hear oba the results Christian ,Science Thanksgiv-
If4 aho&.chaplain Handltod aT a study t-of""1 at olo01g Ing services will be held Thurs-
.. -, t They dScvS th the day. morning a 11, in three canal
Thuy dscover.%C8 Zthe w0- zone communitIe&-
r aM hatnud e $Sote null who be a moat tired by
.4 i bri "' "'" housework weren't necessarily The licatlons are Pfrst Church
a w thewomenwho did the moat of Christ, Scientist, '50 Ancon
Saneklibe f work. It the won-who had Boulevard, Aavco; Fst Church
e it s; Ig-Btaading dread of house- of Christ, oScBentist, 40r2er of .
*net, andp via's wrthoge whno were bwider- 13th and BoUvpr Htb*SI Cris-5i
hof S .4 ware a tin- 'd the clutteT that. aurround- tobal, and the Gpbit Civic.
ga S ofl and than whb couldn't Center.
and length, mittaks up their mn "ere "to To those not auscutomad. to,
aa lo... 0 attet ofbrd swbo couldn't-adecide the Christian Set svies
- fl on. attendnt chore to tackl first. Thanksgai Da
S1Sio 1' n&tl a ante. Og l AfWn t indi- opportu to "
.s t aaks oi.rn the on l te in th .
5a F4..I POA* givildw.certaing feature detedgd
Med a otter, t:read s of hun mnd.Wne gas it

thehFe h ^o'rt H 8 T atiy,- by room. tors of he Christanl .leuee !(al.o ovllbl. h
1 the Fern ^ 0of the" Hotel Ti And then stay xiMot It-by hav- church. These are the King Frihend'hi'''
; +.-,.,-. e I -ir- m ng* the courpge to give things James Version .t the Bible Shapwe lS Thl
ta .o on. !i Lelri-. 2 *wa or te t away as "Science & Health with Key to
sooaoon o s tltbithet1 use- the Scriptures". by. Maryt Baker 4 in box
v tej r ..twr ddy founder .i Christian
A otr- find {you Following thl!u there will be a
ad aer e to period of offering of testimonies


.-each .day deid& "what tor use on Insects which. I
*nod r ta I t.Te toltiB9it jobs become immune hto .tlwO -
ateand available.
timDe, t .ingn to
*. -..5+ tim on trqlB '0 = ter Torile Water (4l .
= 'P11 1-tions to b'Ir not FQB TOy $ lte L (oal ovalble in Old
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the of t NotIn sy wl- es eaet a. Toile.
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W"Ityen palm fronds a ik Tuama, Captain and
the columnss and a large ar- Mrs.. J. T. Barrett and child-
rangensent of tropical fruits on dren, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Karst,
the table at which was seated Miss 5)iriey Karst.
the officers and members of th
Board, Pacific Side Guests At
These were: Mrs. Hamilton, Seagrave-King Wedding
Mrs. Julio Salas, Mrs. Herrera' Friends from the Pacific Side
Mrs. Isaac Osorio, Mrs. Agustin who attended the wedding of
Cedefio, Mrs. Adela Joly and Mrs. Anna King and Mr. Earl
Mrs. Fabian Pinto. The group Seagrave at the Gatun Union
chairmen who were responsible Church Saturday evening in-
for contacting the members and eluded: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
arranging for the collection of Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Stanford
the clothing were: Mesdames: Skinner, Mr. and Mrs, B. S.
Percival Alberga, Olmedo Alfa-
ro, J. L. Byrd, Enrlque Cotes,
Julia Emillani, Esilda Endara,
Peter Ender, Ivo ForgnonI, Da-
rip Gonzalez. Charles Gaode UNDERWOOD
enough, Oswaldo Ouaragna,
,Gunther Hirschfeld, Her- SUNDSTRAND A
man Henriquez, Walter Hunnl- SUN WlA
cutt, Humberto Leignadier, Ro- ODHN Calcui
bert Leigh, Vestal Morris, Errol ODHNER Calcul
Pinto. Frank Scott, Henry Si- .
mons, Herbert Toledano, Maria
Constantakis, Philip Havener,
Juan Nufiez, Penelope Rusodi- ALN1 CEP
mos David Kaplan and Misses '
Thelma Godwin and Vilma Ro- 8103 Bolivar Ave
sania.
A number of articles were C01o6n, I
donated by local merchants;
and raffled to raise funds for
the purchase of other needed
articles. These w e r e donated
and won by: Mrs. Enrique Ser-
venti won champagne from T AM E
Henrtdlez Co.; Mrs. Manuel Jo-
ly rgcelved a silver tray from TH EL AM ERI
MottO's; Mrs. Perry Francey re- .-,
ceiyed a pen and pencil set do- Tivoli Avenu
nated'by Mrs. Alegre Solomon;
another set given by Mrs. Splo-
mon went to Mrs. Aida Franco; Will Celebrate Thu
a bon bon dish from Madurito's
went to Mrs. Charles Perrett, OLD-FASHIO
Jr.; flowers f r o m Margarita
Florist were won by Mrs. Wal-
ter Hunnicuttt; Mrs. R. Arose-
mena won champagne f r o m II
Salas Co.; Mrs. Frank Canavag-
gsi received flowers from Cen- Old Fashioned C
tral Florist; a vase from t-be Consor
-French Bazaar was won by Mrs.
Humberto Leignadier. Papaya B
In appreciation of her work OAST
in getting up the program, Mrs. ROAST V
Stroup was presented a bouquet Oyster Dress
from Maurer's florist shop. Whipped Potatoes
A Series of Parties Asparagus
Given For Visitors CHR
Commander and Mrs. T. R.
Perry, of the Coco Solo Naval Pumpkin Pie
Station, gave several a ff airs Coffi
during the past week to honor
the Commanding O f f icer of Children half price
Fleet Air Wing 11, from Jack- -
sonville, Fla., Captain Arthur
S. Born, ant his staff, who were CARMEN Singi
on an Inspection tout at Coco
On Monday evening Captain Song i th
Born with Lieutenan Com- -
ukander J. R. Bremer agl Lieu-
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ERMONT TURKEY
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Candied Sweet Potatoes
Spears Petit Pois
EF'S SALAD
Peach Melba
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1 C_ SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
i. ,,'' D- Do you have a drinking preblami Williams' Santa Clara Be
j- Write Alcohlies Anonymous. heI toges. 2 bedrooms, ref
f'-LS.L -. FcO BETTER LISED CAF. 20'3 -- Ancen C. Z. Rockgas rangers. Balboc
*cr : '; .- SO LE& P REDEK SPECIAL EXCURSIONS! Hove Thanksgiving dinner
-4 '' SFO' LE -192 Chevrolet d ,, FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO Santa Clara. Dance mus
SE'-"AL 4 h. t... E 952 Chevpoler g dlid -', ne1 wa, $85. round trip $135 t15 sing Aces. No reservation
*Fi tu LE lir rZ:',tn Cir..:. l .- Dn L( I .0 Telep hPoer ghde. i r oy-lmi ,$160., good one year); scary. Saturday and Sun
tue. i.,ng i.m -.,. leone LOS ANGELES, one way.149. Gromlich .- Santa Clar
odd Phone -FOR BETTER USED CARS round trip $22 35 90 day- cottage Electric Ice bo
FQI C^LE Piano uprigh Grird SMOOT & PAREDES m,II 'Panama Dispatch Serv.ce op- stoves, moderate rates.
.Mag.c ChcE Q.o :.o 6 Cp e CHEVROLET & BUICK pc.re Ancon bus stop Tel. Panama 6-441 Gambo.. 4-567 P
Cold-pri .iciri2cF.ror c .'P FOR BETTER USED CARS uel.
*ro-,r .ct ,: b.:,:I PC r:^r SMOOT & PAREDES 'GRAND XMAS SALE: All It bar- Phillips Oceanside cotton
trollerr bab, crib. por. rcr T,. CHEVROLET & BUICK g ain prices. Fresh stlck Philippine Clara. Box 435. Balboa
916,C'n FO SLE -1950 Oldsmoble C tta and mahanyfurniture. Paneam .S. 1877, Cristoba
916,L------'o'r., .,,, 3.RALE-195OlandsydmobilecassDrie *rtment Chine.. navel-
FOR SALE. C h.o..:,.C : l 5b. Radio and HydramaticaDr e ties etc. W. T. LUM. 61, 4th of Furnished houses On Beach
.tabde. Cheap 61025 Apt i 550 00. Carn be seen any doN July Ave. Tel. 2-2446. Clara. Phone Shrapnel,
Citv after 3 00 pm in the week around the Anccn DR WENDEHAKE. d. 1389, or see CaretakerI
F2R SALE --td. Couch rid tCu Clubhouse. DR WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. 1359, Or se Caretaker
FR SALE ud Cuch nd Esudionte Street No. 140. Between EN
,dningrornm chair: Tel --369-. FOR SALE -1941 Oldsmobile cc.v- .K and "J" Street. Phone 2- FOR REN
verr.ble good tires, gpod motcr -179. Panama.
S$ 200 Phone Balboa 2-4172- Houmgs
LOST d. FOR BETTER USED CAJUNGLE JIMJAUNT
SFOR BETTER USED CARS to FOR RENT-~Furnished hou
ces. wth morei iC n Pror- SMOOT & PAREDES DARIEN bedrooms, air-conditione
.O. MihonE o ,c F.rd .O CHEVROLET & BUICK ISoon.cred by Hotel EL PANAMA water. Telephone 3-344
.',ep monev Return blltid i. cenise'FOR SALE:-1951 Pontiac Catalinao full days. Leave Friday December 14l"7.
,to Ponarra Amercan on.:e. Pan- De Luxe 8, radio, leather upholi- 5,'7 30 a.m. Return late Sunday at-
rpa, reword ter, 5616-B. Drablo. ternoon December 7. Fishing through
the Pearl Islands, visiting with the
WANTED FOR SSMTE U& EDCARS primitive Choco Indians. spearing Apartnments
-lierell ne CHEVROLET & BUICK ,ng up the Sambu river, aboard El ALHAMBRA APARTME
FOP SALE 1942 Chevrolet. -4- Panama's Pescadora. rwo and five room turnip
WANTED -UWed 2r .:%c- ,a.Shr g dooi. good co.;.dition. Apt. 831-0 Bring old clothes, comfortable shoes. unfurnished apartments; Drpn
machine co..d .:cr,d.t..:n. Ft Balboa Rd Balboa. and DON'T FORGET YOUR CAMERA closed gardens. 8061. lOt
Shermanc87. FO- SALE -Odmobe 88 Hld s glorious days. $45.00 each per- New Cristobal. Telephone
h-FOerSAn -Oldsmobile 88 Hl ,do, Ir.. For reservation phone Jungle 1386.'
D A I .'Coupe. Black Top and Green BodN i -m
OR SALE Radio and Hydromatic. While B FOR RENT. Beautiful n
.re, $ 1.600.00. P-6-128. Hotel EL PANAMA, bedroom apartment, El
Real Eilale r-e--0-0 P--- 8 Panama 3-1660 unfurnished. $170 per
FOR BETTER USED CARS or Phone room 164, Hotel
FOR SALE -Two bedroom beach, SMOOT & PAREDES See your Travel Agent
colttage with electric and water CHEVROLET & BUICK An--t FOR RENT:-2 bedroom
suppl. 3 40U mrri Wrie Mrr. C a 'do FOR portmetn. No. 1 ISecon
-FOR SALE -Plymouth door FOR SALE
1. Stephen:. Box 4- Curundu, C., 4 SpE- -Pymouh Sedan. 4 door Telephone 3-0533, 8:00
Z or phone 2136 1948, Special De Luxe. New rno.BC aS- m. and 2:00 to 5:00 p.
Zophone-2 -a -- I sear covers, tires. 2229-E, Cdrun'- Miseellanein m. and 2:00 to 5:0 p.
FOR SALE :-Pete's bar randtest-1 du from 4 to 7 evenings $900. FOR SALE: Great Done puppy. FOR REN"
nt tu on ree N. 16,FOR SALE:-1946 Ford 5 passeng- Fawn with black mask. AKC r-
ot a low price. er coupe, with radio, excellent con- gistered. Phone. Balboa 2-1606. RoOins
Position Offered dlion, $700 00, phone 787 Coco FOR SALE: rosley Refrigerator, 60 FOR RENT -Independent I
Position- --Offered Cycle; C-Melody Saxophone; Fur double room. centrally
WANTED: Cohr alo slegir PERSONALS coat, sze 14-16; large circular Busses at door Befla Vist
btnh must spocak Eng l:h and Saoan- R SO NAI'LS bar, 25 cycle washing machine. two gentlemen only. Phone


it "i correctlVy and fllurntlv. Neat I
'Oipeorance. to ...:.i. aor Tc.cu'ren
Airport, tor further porticular !
'please call 3-4968
Help Wanted
WANTED-Cook and housecleaning
:must sleep in. excellent solar,.
Engel Apartment J. -44th Street. i
:No 37 Ed.licio Sou:o. ADply al- '
.ternoonm c.r eenirgi cnl.. I
WANTED -Maid for general house-'
,work. Must be good laundftss F
dend neal appearon:- 2 adult::
a"ply. Good pay. 58 Cuba Avenue
.aedrtment 8.


P- Pone Balboa 2-1606.
HUMAN ENGINEERING. Corrective
.\dusimenrt of the Body Structure FOR SALEe--Piano, cheap. Tel. 2-
GEORGE D. BARB, JR., No. 11, 3840, P. n-io..8 p. n.
Seenth St.. Tel 2-3833, Monday. *ANAMA CAW0 COMPANY
thru Saturday 8 a. m, to 8 p.m. OFFERS MIICUEZEOU HAND
B, appointment. TOOLS FOW SALE
r- =/ cSealed bids, for opening in public
S LESSO NS will be received until 1030 A. M.,
.December 5, 1952, for Auger Bits.
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH. Mrs Woodbong Bits, Twist Drills and
Romero's practical system. Estu- Miscellaneous Hand Tools located at
d.cante St. 77-A No. 2., ', block the Balboa Storehouse. Excess Sole
Irom Atlas Garden. Circular No. 26, Part I, may be
' I obtained from the office of the Su-
doncino taught by recognized in- telephone 2-2777. oa
struclor of more than 16 years
experience locally. Telephone LIo- FOR SALE: DanrkL rn,-- -..-.--


anted Positiono Sears Panama 3-1565. woman's, size 10. Boy's brown.
o n wool coot. size 3 yrs. Heavy yellow
P ION WANTED -Expereced cozy carnage suit, size 6 Mo. to 1
-P d'ION WANTED -Experer nhced year. These are new, never used,
;tjicher desires to teach Enghsh. please call 2-3115 or 5464-B.
ringg and phonics in h ,ome "or inisler Aleman Endcott Sr. Diablo.
'school Either Arlonric or Pactl jr hRP Probe F 22-caib rifl
s:je. Write Abrosia C. L6pez. U SKr rv i r one 22-calibre rfle.
Correo de Col6n, R P or Box 948 s horu .Perfect condition. Telephone 2-
:Crstobl 0, Canal Zone Texile Imp s house 0860-A. Oleander St
TYPEWRITER REPAIRMAN expert- 110 I po s Balboa.
nered, guaranteed ori Immedia- ,FO RSALE: 6 weeks old Police
3ely available at 3-1051. Finance Minister Alfredo Ale- Pups $35.00, will grow to large
-man today ordered an investiga- size for home protection. Tel. Pan.
tion into the importation of ama 3-1565.
A ntic Society. 1.369.000 yard. of clothing ma- FOR SALE.6 monhs old pullets,
Continued on ae FIVE) ral, under the law rantn Hampshire. 60 chickens for
(Cnntinued on Pase FIVE) tax exonerations on raw ma-i $80 00. Tel. 3-27360 c
M .t-nd Mrs. Robert Thomas, terial for industrial use. by two $ --0. Te. 32737.
dv. and Mrs. Joseph Edgar, Mr. local clothing manufacturers. FOR SALE:-One 12 gauge Shotgun,
ani Mrs. John Crone, Mr. and Remington Pump. Windmaster.
M ,. John Taylor, Mr. Robert Aleman said the "alarming" j *th case. $60.00. Call 83-6167'
SArhold, Mrs. E. C. Stevens, Mr. situation involving the importa- after 5 00 p. m. '
a Mrs. Curtis George. Dr. and tLion by the two manufacturers1 c -
SJohn Wilkerson, Captain ofan enormous quantity of ma- arl good
Mrs. Sam Browrn, Mr. and terlal tax free between Jan. 1 H location. B Avenue No. II. A.
aMrs. Same" Puller, Mr. and andhNov. 10. had been brought H
.Je rry Relihan, Dr. and to his attention recently.
m .. Vesta Morris and Ar and The law. approved in 1950.
R. Ng Armitage.rants exor.erations from import e -Old ets
: ?- R. N. Armirtage. duties only when imported ma- 30 D
Mils Landry Recieves terJals are not for resale. Days For Theft
01*1 of Month Award Aleman ordered FernanOf R di
Miss Connie Laniry received ean ordered Fernando Ale- f dioReceiver
thq certificate from the Cristo- na Revenue. to institute an im-
..gai Y. M C. A. as the Girl of medate inveigaton of the stealing a radio receiver
&'*thq Month, at a dance Friday;tax-free importation of 620.401 Fourth of aJuly marked car on
t,.the Fort Gulick Servlce ,ard. of material by Mrs. Fe- year-old Pan.manlan youth was
Soleb. w'licia Chen Chan and 291.943 senareold to serve 30 daouth was n
A T very lovely gift was pre- vards bv Mrs. Eva, Caiano Loo. enterced to serve 30 days in
rented Miss Landry by Ser- i i during thin morning's ses-
,ion at the Balboa Magistrate's
Leant Joe Smith of the Club Alpgre was iFniructed to ap- our t the Blbo M.trate
rsi.n Margaret Austin presented point one of his best auditors Cour
"Y's" certificate. 'to examine the books of the The petty larceny charge a-
clothing factortes run by the against Jose Manuel a Gittenha wa
mborito Classes women substituted for the orig ina
S_ ___ rand larceny, which was dis-
a Begin At JW B lqsed due to his age and the
SJ tact that It was his first offer
The second in a series of tamn- Jrd The theft occurred Oct. 27 al
lto and Carnival dance !won e 10 am. The table model radio
_ae. will be held at the USO-, 1M 0|recrlver set. worth M.50, was
TArmed Forces Service Cen-n a 7 | Als a the r
V Thursdav evening at 7:30 Mfl m AIAC Ilonsoted aswhlhter lnt...,,_a
Alono, wichwas n te ento-


be instructor Ls Caot Luis
ar of Panama City. These,
ses will continue everyr
lrsday until Carnival.


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dav of Agustin Oarijo.

CZ Schools Head
Leaving To Attend
National Meeting


Dr. tLwrence Johnson. Super-
intendent of Gchools, will at-
tend a national meeting f
Chief State School Officers to
be held in Washington Decem-
ber 9 through 12.
Ire will leave Friday on the
Panama Line and will return to
the Isthmus December'22.
The conference has been ca*
ed by the Umie States Cor-
with a nunm e of m i ftd]|.M_


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FOR SALE
Boats & Moto
FOR SALE:-Eleven foot n
sailing dinghy fully equip
troasol. boot only six mo
$141%00. 2 1-2 HP Johr
board, need minor repairs
Ste J. Alexander, 124-
Crilobal, or Tel. 3-278,

Ike's Toj
(Continued from Paj
the cabinet shaped up th
Secretary of State, Johl
Dulles; Secretary of I
Charles E. Wllson: Seren
the Interior, Douglas
Secretary of the Treasur
M. Humphrey: Attorney
al Herbert Brownell;'in
eld E. Stassen. to be dir
the Mutual Security Adm
meanwhile United
commander Gen. Mark
flew back to Japan froth
today after conferences c
nMr arrangements to gum
enhower during his fort
visit to Korea.
Clark spent 24 hours Jr
with 8th Army command
James A. Vag Fleet and
Force commander Lt
GOlnn 0. Barcus. the t
Shose responsibility it w
see Eisenhower has
proof protection."
Clark's brief trip to
Cashed n9y speculation t
enhower would arrive
within a matter of hourly
Militatv officials in e
fleeting the tensions
which the generals work
plainly worried about El
?er security,
They said the greatest
lay in the thousands of r
ieltiens who would lam
Streets to welcome the
dent-elect.
One official said: "I
take only one man a
fanatical Communist re
eive his life to fire a b
throw a bomb."
Secret service men fror
Inetun Elsenh9wer's
guard-were rumored l
Seoul for conferences w
Army military police an
Korean national police
sible for guarding Eset
movements.
When and where Eis
would arrive in Korne
tirht secret. There w
Pomp doubt whether ala
thp exact time and place
Air Force oreparati
ruard against "murder
from the Communists' M
ian sanctuary were sal
complete.
It was believed In Beg
these preparations wouh
ow The pattern set up
vent suhea attak a
durtne the inauguratfl
monies for President I
Rhlee last suvmer.
Korean workmen ha
trinl ta.fr*tn *ijand fw


S. Vishins


k Dims Kov

UNITED NATION N Nov 25-
n (UP) Russia's firm rejection
ol6n of India's comproise Korean
peace plan appears to have 1U11-
ed hopes that an armistice will
Minimum for 12 words,. result from the currant ses-
each add a wordon of the United NatiorMs Gep
eachaddiionaoword. erpl Assembly. ,
'However, desalte Soviet For-
.. ....... eglan Minister Andrei Visblin,-
"a sky's Imperious "thumbs down '
MM rCAnrm of the middle road Indian pro-
SMM KCIAL (7 posal, the United States stands
PROFESA ready to accept It with cer-
ach cot- PROFESSONAL tain vital changes.
frgeraton. Proponents of the plan hope
S2-3050.1 to see the General Assembly ap-
at IIasno prove it by a resounding ma-
xc b -Ca- RATS are lorty.
ns rwces- T Few see any chance that
s- EXPENSIVE GUESTS. Communist China might be-
day., IF YOU REALLY WANT come, an oriental Yugoslavia
iboch. TO GET RID OF THEM by splitting with Moscow and
xes, g9 accepting the Indian plan.
Telephone USE xBut Western observers reas-
'edro Mi* on that heavy support for a
S. l A R F R I N truce proposal evolved by 'a
sn, Ral & M major Asiatic power could
s no Ra& Mquse Killer provide the West with a ma.
-1Phone containss WAR-.ARmN) jq :weapon for propaganda
1".1673 M I general, and particularly
at Santa GEO F. NOVEY, INC. In China.
Balboa United States Secretary of
there. 279 Central Ave. TeL 3-0140 State Dean Acheson a I la y e d
fears of a major Anglo-Ameri-
Scan rift yesterday when he
MODERN FURNITURE spoke lowlngly of the Indian
the r irIUE resolution and Its presentation
VIsrr OURs nOW-RooM by V.t. Krishna Menan, ascet-
ise, three 8Umver Ic assocate of JIndia's Premier
d, h oat Respholkury Jawaharlul Nehru.
4 or 3- Britain and her Common-
S." ERES" wealth partners have argued
77 An o a w In private council among the
T TeL 3-4a 2 21 fttops co-sponsoring t he
United states' peace plan that
the Iddian resolution had much
NTS Trasportes laxtel. S. A. v' iZW y treated the Indians
shed and with surprising antagonism
v,ate en: Shipping, moving. storage. yesterday.
h Street. We pack and crate or move He said the revamped In-
CooI n vA dian plan "is anything but a
n anything. 'Phone 2-2451, timely attempt to solve the
w three 2-2562, PanamA. deadlock created by the Anglo-
Congrejo.in,__ American bloc."
Conth. VIshinsky's blunt rejection,.
Tivont made. n an unheralded appear-
l. D RACTORS ance before the General Assem-
furnished rKA bly's main political committee, t
,d S eet r A. nd L. ORILAC smashed hopes that the Indian
to 12.00- (Palner frduato | rmula might contain t h e
m. C_,HOmUS compromise that would solve
r S~L" d-sIpo the truce deadliabe r r

Made provided the only accejk
rae coot FOR YOUR REQUIRERMENTi table a-soluton to the Korean:
located. In war. Actually, it is ,totally aun
e or ATIV UB acceptable to the United States
a 2-22 NAIV LUM and is allies.
CALL The Russian, plan revamped
S ROY WATSON undy l0'r1a6r jwe
An' s.n I

Sn repatriating "ay" pri s ones,
mahogany if.. would be Om a.U-.na]
pped, ex-' I sn HOP ion commiin hn which -it
r I four-member Communist bloc
A 5 i would have the power to block I
$35.00. it Fo oer any Man on. i
-A New 7 Such a proposal had been
S V Smade earlier by Communist Po-
Sister land.
Vishinsky nqted that xrld'-
pi OWOOMSA, Australia, Nov, na Menon, had said he hope
S(VP) Listerr Elizabeth Ken- to reconcile East and West po"-
re I) a improved sjlhtly during the sitions without sacrllclng nrin- -
his w but doctors said her con- ciple oh the prisoner question
S soer. I remained critical. the only issue thht ostena-
Defense e 66 -& yeur rold Australqap bly has bepn blocking a truce.
ese', ae, world .re-owned for other "To )become committed
Meta oa I'lh country" treatment of po.- such a position," Vishansky sal
Mcay, B-lapsed into unconsciousness "Is tantamount to incurring
y. eo. r o ays a ft an attack aof the risk of slipping front a po
nd Har- eifrali tlirombalss, Ition of principle to no prince. 1
ector of 2.oday she ileBd briefly, smil- pie at all -
inistra- d-wanly anduttered the first The Soviet foreign mndi- r
47d she had spoken since Sun- ter again and a timed
Nations d mornlni that the Geneva C"eveat o
kNatins en war prisoenr maMa mm a-
m Seoul.eihcwer would take advantage atory whtheretua wi i
oncern- f the accommouttiors, althonih return home other they -
ard Els- hert-tbl aW-llH hold his major He ch ed thator e In
.. .. ....head-, He charged that the Indian
West; that the Weters nsi.
n Korea Fr a week bi placards, ban- tence otn voluntary" Spat a-
der en. ners and arhways' have been tion was a cover-up -for .. "
5th Ar I paI the streets of e ble detention",; gm that the
ee W t sf Elsen so-clled "scree ra" w whi
wQ itn cdt1d fron1te' cover o1 showed many prlate uns u
ll beo an 0 am rclae, joined ing to gohnma nmitt
"bullet- the display today.. .. ercion e
rhee predicted today that Eis- die of the tatqe g m Spa
Korea enhower's personal tour of the and the butts e
hat is- Korean battleiront will Infu- Vishinsky
there ence fTture policy towards the also with t dan plaen' a
s. Korean war more than any ad- to put PS a
coul. re- vice from UIS miafty command- member a
under ers. an the
ed, were "I don't thinly he will be ln- ould. bv yleB "
senhow- Iluented muchl bi what he between pf!
ners.," Rhee,Mld "He twill be two h..qn
danger out, and he will Iet." t ,t..h.r-'.
cheering earlier Rhee tf pewlv ap- shInsu '
SSeoul's pointed U18 amb fr to K9- the U. ,
Presl-. ra ,E1is O. B ,rJgaat the pow..a& ..4. a


I, WUt1A
R would
trained.
advy 6
bullet or
n Wash-
advanev
to be In



enhower
i was a
ia even
rk kew
0.
Ions to
by tar"
anchur-
d to be
pulP *


ye Wf.
m 800
I eit
lik-tabi


dav he.will emph this noint p
in his discussions "6I- Elsea-
hower. 1 -.
"Three vear ago' we had 'nu I
defrnpse torco-,f any klqd14.
ruch." Rhee l14-- "TodaY Ou
orovu at the front ar.Q d" pi IWW ie
'hart of the flhuW. ;n onidr
to shoulder with otl. ..-.1
Pgtms. -
"Wiith Incream eeMewgth we W
will be able to 16e ur mentlej t
bewdond % = am its....
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Shipping & Airhw
Firs" "Nv a. Ship "-;*"" -'- '
FUt Moraeman hip complete adsaOta pNou MaJk
,.n,- it, C Ia a ( r.' f .. .
The ,MUnara, a l,000-to -, a '
talker, came through the ICanal Uitenae,., .va nA
over the oak hgbound tor w TBla
Aru1a and Carta4ena. deBi; Mr.;naw-j =&.faa.wn
The Menara is'the Tirat Mo- Clark; Mr. and Mn.. v .
roccan ship to transit the QI- offer and ro
nal, according to ship Cosmpton and: .tldl, U,3 MI
sources. She carried a brew of Genilee Den her,-JiA M.
37. Master of the tanker is Jac- rama nre tr~;M. gt* u .mWl.,
ques Briere. am A. R. GrahfOwuld sm Capr.
tU-1 C*tano-. *a?* ; -a
Paueite Steam Naviation Lawrence JolMn- ,"i
Company Off0ilw .
Arrived Hef Today lAwrence L Kd.
.8*nSana.. .W & .
Lomliad; s
je:.WMiss GftaI.
and Mr T.
Ib4n; Mr. and
Mehadit and o.
abe and t: Ad Mr.

,$*1a -Woodruff. "

Mr. an s.




SSEOUL, (Nov. 25 P Cl
a dws-baaed U., i. eW
."Lolchl d I MiRe N lrd
.... .....
'- b ,rar$k W .tern-front. withco' oo
IUsb Bowes -. 7j ke raids.


Arthur F. Howard, manjgr
for Central America of th .
ic Siam Naigatn ona
In Oristob4tlaioun ,I
that a. Leslie. Bowes,
director of the company'
at Tcumeqn yesterday morning
for a ilt of about a week on
the Isthmus.
Bowes'who I accompanied by
is secretary j. j. Oawne was
for many Years manager of the
?empag OrgmahMatlon 0In Chile
and -beecme managing director
Sthe co rare
an 6f- W, : 'e. "a m -
Several fmctions. been
kranngd In hie
bl] ial g*
ipdh -


g'u W HKIW. VSro1
, Mkwes w te he reae the
tour emfl ahim y's'>dfreu
i"d agents orn the West, Coast
I So*th Ametica.
42l epsenger
a Friday- On Panama
Only 42 sengers ae sached-
ed to aB rrlday on the Pa-
S a. liver Panama. from Orla-
1Koa. according to the advance

Among those sailing on th&
Panama wll be United States
a-epextive-* ant sd. t aw-
tr Johnion, auperlntenoent
o- anal Zone schools. The

io-ese quieter arid more e -
a methods, thb better," 'the
I drd said. "the less she
NM her friend have to do with
ae U. th9e Sttonger wI be
he Cause~,o. peace. Only
ML wig regret the
= k _Wwas i an umn


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' i '.
SWhile the Puwllers held off- '
line1e counterattack the At.-
lraians drovp dowm te sarw'
OVa to hrass omter.-Re-t. .
;. ,fer some fighthi ilS, AW-
brali as *e~olned the Bt as as
the captured *pat sad A ratd
rs alU pulled back t A tie..
Meanwhile, the Austtaffal'r
drove a two-prg attack a-
al' Rea pMt p Mri'er
aWth, One band of At.I'
swept through the e,4 ISien
about 2 am., whle another froce
drove around a hill and up a
valley to the weat.
They ran into s.aroua-ofjur
brief battles, then returned aSo),
4:Oam I. 1 "41 ..
i .: I'aal bf1iMet action alo *
the 45-m ll tbht lst night.

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i"iLLYWOOD, (NBA) Be- era: "They change clothes and A biRt movie queen ankled ri-. ;
kaidm P i Ue: JoMdJ bvanMs ta but they never change their @o a fur designer's salon and was N'OOK
k t'Awy- t '' ., tubsed the "Someting-jnthg-n -e-
p w11 .ay-of-mink-for-you?" .'e. HO-_YWOOD -
aLi tlon. mary Clooney can it wo
gve up aer vocal stud- O Wa. Tarzan g about her success a a m
te--"I ard a reeOrdtn of my moI'vie, Joy S's put- "Yes, indeedy, duilnio," pugr- ar. She's been given the ok
votce aod-n aUsh tin. new late Taran's ed the stari "5.. bsihneM. man- by Dave Williams, kiown a
ofee concentt a0te ma1ts 140 aele thrUl. laer." the toughest executive in Fara-
or blosoonfiu W. W& a onU = er. Inltda cW a tree-o uewo e ife, mout lot.
L.za in fatlB atw 0 *uA babe.... The 01-
AntB ns OilA^lHt o=___ __ _4 Dave In a soft-spoken man
brid he i t o -W I n 'IMAMll t B SM d who never says an unkind word
en t -.;.to.. t.oi t.Dur lit I'e ,q I about anyone, He never give
I w a.lng to lose a game be- out with tie praise, either, Un-
A.A,,r jit happened." less it is more than well-desmrv
i SMidouble talk a- ed. He's sold on Clooney, though
I u o it mob Oalloun.- from whom He thinks she's the greatest.
S, oidb go b. oounalfr and m .
mio y :i "Ila'd mther Williams is vice president and
a Or*w- oniAent. Life is difflhultr enoug general manager of Dave's Shoe-
wAe Is it is. We fid ourselves liviq n shine Stand, an oasis in the cen-
.h...m.. w it o .t TWe aa bot hl .ivbte o f r th e P a ra m o u n t p ic tu r e
ta" the Micmbo at the time.... Visit- bridge CIt~, y b fatory.
d1a! Bodd. ors to Fox's "Nearer y God to the w n's wok is new done. The energetic, young-looking,
Th .e" et get *co f d when alert-eyed Dave is a veteran
T c~qs les they're told that Joan B2nett's
tal i =1,1 "Rut I'vT da Ighter is in the. t'ure anm
-o,?-. e.St SM" mut ef, st*y icVk-out Audrey laltoaw .,Joa"e uIA 'g
bmtakrh -siale .on in sprig. Audrey iooka. moIe Uke
soan than sMelind Mal ey. h --* B A L B O A *-
vupbte a daughter,. 1 erA-S0
.watet Bar "i to ruce Cabot and Panqbha
S-da- de afsl estrang for aoion
resume a son, h ar burn p the on .
U. .told ehn- aW s. e involved
gs is. Mason yenture in Oklahms and
wor* on a ma- Drevtr sAep t
ar. toitlt (. ..Snd. ,h-;.. g =.,., PRESENTING
ironser i ll next for1t":0
add," a neW;.Oke .-,ut-of-Work bout..* .i .
eata' .., "An Sterling, the rll.%7 ; e .. ,' s u.*
blonde hudlllie-masker, pickedJ po oseThn foe i- d
u a bIffI R vir. in Korea, number n "Invitatlo- to. e
wg.' -"hte, Wthihed the Date" .,., :
frpff.-. MSht0 been 1tder obser- B "V
DISUNITED ARTISTS how 0 -:1ilP.0. B A L L
Richas~ g and United
Artit are g oln 'round d ADMISSION
'roun-d ovel'th It e of his lde-
,endtet btaft. "A-Men." stoy E, .
of nlte 8aAn's private.eyes who n TChildren. 50 Adts. 1.00
are- uSudiDR gtoBc bomb s o- .n,,Trnh l.,o;a Reoad. W. .
retsandl beakig. up foreign hind, "A&f Ofle" Shool I 1
S ril an ck's worried about MOTION PICTURES AT BALBOA
lg the film for re- TODAY The Bat Coaned TONIGHT ARE CANCELLED. -
el0us celluloid beaua. the A- "_ 'of 0The Year.. .
Men havent -been as well pub- ..
ched as 1I-~1en ad G-Men. RAY MILLAND


JAJN STERLING, in


It's Morntiime TONIGHTI

[Panama e'Iana i Ieaters -


l' imotlon picture buPslinen m g, no matter how bi they
M been operating his 5 x 12- an or coul4 -become, must have
*.1 *d at the same address ~oatiing wzrm here." He
r han 16 years and he thumped the left saide of his
has se*lr them come and go. chest.
Dve's bright brown eyes and "This Miss Rosemary Clooney
te-brown skin, w h c h she has t. I know when I see
1his claim that he was her for tWe first time. I know
toi Liberia 43 years ago, when I ler hr records. I know
*listen with excitement when Irbnag y little daugh-
IMle starts expounding his ter n the et to h her at.
on Hollywood stardom. Miss sisemary Olooney is very
n must listen closely be- nice to hy daughter. My little
e.l I'tPut It in the cor- girl veryhappy to be a friend.
e,' Williams said, You can't ool children about
Is. s my Idea. An actor or people."


TODAY


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TOMORROW DEBUT OF -
"MARIA A.NTINEA" and Her Co. of 40 Artists!


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At f:oe and 9s pa.
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"LOS CHURUMBELES
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Irish-Trojans. Army-Navy

To Come Togt1her1. Saturday
1 tlUNI) D PRESS)
0-
The lI i.1 Ill ,i'.f K r Il th, col- .pme not affecting firlt place
league I,'-rii;ll .sa-cii '2t -' Piti.sburph beat the Chicago:
de:,.ay 'il :i : on Trianks- Cardnmals. 17-14.
gi'lin Dbut ,'fi. thri .ll '.13l tin- ---
til Sa IaI'. iuj .' i:p it up A heavyweleht lille sRot isS
Top Ti, ,e(. -il:'%a i:]LasP f.' i'- e.:pectcd to go the v. iii' r as
' clu". Ei'. -('ol.;-:[i Tr :.i- i.nrm eichampion Ezard Ch-ilf-s
.Tea A .Aiid M. Penn '.l I.il- meets J. Blvins in this week'ss
Coicnll andcl U.tar-LUtah StalIe. top Dout at C'ilcago Wedinesaav
" Or S. itiici t1lP le dl 'ir: I, rpiht. Other major fights in-
inc l u ce F Ailn -Na v. Noi chlude Li-htwelNht Johnny Gon-
'DRiv. -.'_fthi n C;alio tnl Aila- alves. of Oakland against Oilan-
bania-Aiib 'i Il Genori: -Ceot-i.i ant Ztlihita of Cuba in New York
T n I: Tennescer -Vanctel bill" on Friday
& l Misi ijii-Misis'lsppi State ----
Tio Natiinnal Football Le;.-,iPe Prfesidenii. James Norlis of the
"mc. e, in"o the last aii iitI-r of International Boxlnt Club a%5s
thr sea."on today\ .'.ih '.,: il 4- the rematch between he,.vy-
the 12 teams claim a chunk Ceight champion Rock'. Maicia-
'of first place ino and Joe Walcott will be held
in Match Al Well. Marci:no'.
I o; AIcl.-, San Fi.rn is'o. n'ina.c r. says the site %ill be
Der-oit an-d Green Ba\ fell into eith-i Sa.n Franclt'eo or Chicago
a first pince national i onfeience Weill offers Walcott his choice
'tie a.s Los An2r-rl' bpat S.in ol thie exact date.
Frr icisco 35-9. Gicen B.\ be-at -- ---
-,the Texans 42-14 and the Chw. The Chicago Blackliawks arce
ago Bears upset Detroit 24-23. four points ahead in the Natiqn-
.Ne,' York. Clp'el'd and Philadel- al Hockey League race today, af-
phl a vound up in a de:,dlor.; foii ti a 3-nothing victory over De-
the American Corif[r nce lead n* tio t Montieal moved Into a sec-
New Yoik beat Washinston 14- rind place tip with Toronto by
-10 and PhlldelDhia turned bark tvn.a New York 2-2 while To-
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-football Scoreboard
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EAST W&M 41. North Caro. State 6
New Haven Tchrs at New BSitain Presvyterian 14, Newberrv 12
Tchrs. cancelled. wet grounds. Fisk 36. Morehouse 0
Ho," Cross 28 Temple 0 Bolling Field 7. Camp Leieune 6
Columbia 14 Brown 0 Claflin 36, Savannah State 0
Yal- 41 Har\ard 14 Senanee 22. Wash. iMn i U. 12
Hol tra at Wagner. postponed.; Hampion Inst. 34 Virginia U-
injn and fog I union 13.
Princeton 33. Dartmouth 0 Ft. Lee 32. Little Creek Navy 18
Rutgers 27. New Yoik U. 14 Wc-stern Kentucky State 12. Mur-
Syracuse 26. Foidham 13 ray State 7
D.laware 13, BucKnell 0 Tennessee State 13, Kentucky
Gettysburg 20, Franklin andI State 0
Marshall 6 Tulane 46, Louisiana College 14
Villanova 51. Boston College 6 Mississippi Southern 55, Louis-
Penn State 17. Pittsburgh 0 ville 26.
Dickinson 18, Ursinus 6 Winston-Salem 41. St. Paul's
Montgomery College 19, New Polv 7.
York Aggles 9
Lehigh 14, Lafayette 7 MIDWEST
Lebanon Valley 13. Juanita 6 Michigan State 62, Marquette 13
Scranton 7. Albright 6 Ohio State 27. Michigan 7
Swarthmore 14, Haverford 12 Wisconsin 21, Minnesota 21
Johns Hopkins 12, West'n Mary- Ohio U. 21, Marshall 21
land 0. Purdue 21, Indiana 16
Arnold 7, Moravian 0 Notre Dame 27. Iowa 0
Northwestern 28, Illinois 26
Iowa State 27. Kansas State 0
SOUTH Missouri 20. Kansas 19
'Alabama A&M at Knoxville, can-
., celled, bad weather. SOUTHWEST
Alcorn A&M 39, Tougaloo 0 Washington State 9 Okla. A&M 7
Virginia 21, Wash. & Lee 14 Rice 12. Texas Christian 6
Tennessee 14. Kentucky 14 Southern Methodist 7 Baylor 7
Quantico Marines 42, Fort Bel- Tulsa 44, Arkansas 34
voir 6. Oklahoma 34. Nebraska 13
Duke 34. North Carolina 0 New Mexico 12, Montana 6 -
...West Virginia 13, South Caro. 6 Arlington State 27. Tarleton
George Wash. 29, Richmond 7 State 13.
..Iorlda 43. Miami iFla.i 6 Wiley 50, Paul Quinn 6
-Wake Forest 28, Furman 0 Scherniner Inst. 27, Ranger JC 2G
-Fort Jackson 31, Parris Island Hardin Simmons 25, West Texas
Marines 2( State 6.
Cherry Point Marines 45, Norfolk Grambling 35, Ark. AM&N 19
Navy 0 East Texas State 61, Austin, 7
Albany State 9, Florida Normal 0 WEST
Georgia Tech 30, Florida State 0 Southern Cal. 14, UCLA 12
'AHen U. 45 Tuskegee Inst. 0 California 26, Stanford 0
Alabama 27. Maryland 7 Oregon State 22. Oregon 19
: 'Atiurn 3. Clemson 0 Occidental i:, Pomona 0
"'The Citadel 34, Davidson 14 Col. A&M 27, Brigham Young 6.
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.IJEW YORK, Nov. 25 (NEA) STYLISH ROBERTS HAS AK.
proper way to select the FLYING START
1 valuable player would be
t all eight managers in a Roberts is a pitcher who.wil
room, and tell them they could have to lose his right arm. tk
any athlete in the league miss having a bust of hblffl
tU.61 asking. placed at Cooperstown. A4, 1
many do you suppose Roberts, the stylist who so catr
take Hank Baur over 25 fuliy gaits himself. .hba an a-
orothers? The answer is trardinary start. 91 victorte p
four and a fraction seasons.
ye: t SBuer was adjudged the Hoyt Wilhelm. who fslk
.W valuable player in the Na- fourth, was the Giants' count.
,1 eague. p~art of Black. The knuckle-binS
er meant the difference to:, 1e
a Oer was the best thing that Poln Grounders in 25 games ,
: ha opened to baseball in The selection of Hank 8f
it f since the White Sox' furtner stresses that it is
W.1 of 1951. The blg out- c.ffense which crashes the
S4was tremendous through Ines and catches the eye of the
f' rviving Interest in the sneetator and the baseball
at maotbw Ctbs, but tailed off as usual. writer.
ritle on a Like Ralph Kiner. all Sauer Tnis despite the fact that all
can do is swish a bat, and his rames are won on defense. .
.370 average has a lot of batters This was once more demons-
sjr*f: "I outhit the most val- rated in 1952. when the YmT k-
uSa player in the league." es and Dodgers prevailed Mae
l Hw Sauer could be selected m n leldin than hitting.
we axovne. JO. _Black and Robin Rob- A club doesn't win without
f dleseverybody but the kilful execution down through
| bast writing selectors. who the middle. from the catcherto
fa* swl ltave known better, the center fielder.
I Tb Dodgers wouldn't have The mechanics there keep nd
finished anywhere wt 11 h u t get pitchers out of jams.
S3 ck. Appearing in 56 games,



ng made at UM ts might not have shown up
park the *te World Series. in which
ew pslyer a' b tarted three games. _
Lea.e will
par, Bat. ,SM WASNt T GOOD ENOUGH
ft 1 BMUSIAL By BEANS REABRDON
en thde a24 Years in National League
.re requet- 1!flthe selectors faulted Black Written for NBA Servies
Laeth- UM" he was a specialist in
-=caitn wfl f of a relief worker, then QUESTION: Joe Wilman I
rtfibte aist certainly should have generally regarded as one of the
I from the isodto Roberts, the National's country's leading tournament
ate of the l gt game winner since Di2- bowlers. How has he stood up
d. a n and 1935. under the pressure of the Ame-
hes of the Roberta. who lost only 7. could ilcan Bowling Congress Chimn-
cific Little l st lably be given the call plonship Tournament? Paul
and to put over Black because he was the English.
batting and game's most dependable starter. Answer: Of St ABC alltime
Ditched more than twice as ma- records listed. Wlman hoMi hor
nv y Imin, 330 to 142. The MI- shares sin. The Beryo NL,star
d chigan State alumnus top d has scored the must 2 aIN-
the peanant-winning Buperba events totals (2), the
rk nhn si, occasions, went the d- for -evar avera-e (Z ), b.
K stance so 30 times. struck out 148 east fie-year average ( ,
while walking no more then 45. most 2M games In a row (18).
(Z Satuer was made the most val- hares honors for most 1SM lt
SU lNr Staley Mu- a row (9), and most 7 seMArie
w on w m i a- eb r m (3). ...
for t tt the Q. Which of the New T4t
In row, to assure himself baseball clubs accounted for the
S e n the all of ame. most home runs In 1M52? Pll-
more Lynch.
Muslal unquosatonably would A. The Dod-ers, with 15. ee
4e the first b of every man- more than the Giants The
.Iu ager in the majors. but appar- Yankees hit 12. There was a
ently was rated no better than tailing off In home r an
fifth because his .330 batting tien all around the
t it during average was a few points below leagues last season I't
Swould't his king-size outputs of the compared to a total of IS!
show whie oast. previ s year. The Pirates.te
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By ROSETTE HARGROVE
NEA Staff Correspondent
LONDON. Nov. 25 iNEAI -Thousands of people in England
already are busy preparing for what will be recorded next June
in' their country's history as the most splendid coronation of all
times.
The crowning of a sovereign is always a sensational event
But this time every man, woman and child in Britain Is taking
a deep-felt, affectionate interest in it because the Queen is a
young woman whom they have followed since her birth and the,
first Qeqen to be crowned since Victoria.
Elizabeth 11 is beloved of her Queen will wear when she is
people because she has convinced crowned on June 2 will be the
them that she is not only beau- most fabulous yet seen in West-
tiful but courageous and deeply minster Abbey.
conscious of her duties. In spite Fifty thousand silkworms have
of her youth. Furthermore. she provided the yarn for the 20
is the daughter of a sovereign yards of the richest silk velvet
who died at his task. the wife oi known as the "Queen's Purple"
a prince charming and the mo- which will fashion her trailing
their of two beautiful children robe and the satin for the gown
The robes of state which the she will wear beneath It.







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COMMAND PORTRAIT of Elizabeth II by Dorothy Wilding shows
her wearing the diamond and pearl tiara worn by queens of
Bland since Queen Victoria. Sash and star Is the Order of the
aer. Diamond necklace was a wedding present from the
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which NEA Staff Write: Ro-
sette Hargrove takes you to
England for an exciting ad-
vane look at how the British
are already "getting cracking"
for a big event that's still moral
rhan six months away the
coronatlorbf their first Queen
since Victoria.

Both will be all-British and
both will be encrusted with the
most gorgeous embroidery ever
executed by the Royal School of
Needlework and representing the
Royal Insignia.
The raw silk has been produc-
ed on Zoe. Lady Hart Dyke's silk
farm at Lullingstone in Kent.
Started 20 years ago, the farm
supplied bolts of silk for the co-
ronation robes of George VI and
the Queen Mother,
Big worry of middle-aged Miss
Lilly Lee, who will soon go to
work at the Warner mills at
Braintree. Essex, is that "my
knife doesn't slip." Her job is
hand-weaving the 20 yards of
velvet for the Queen's corona-
Lion robe. So lust in case of
mishap, Mrs. Hilda Calver will
weave a duplicate length of 20
yards. Both are skilled craftwom-


Seine-Side Sinners

To0 'nvade' London

For Coronation
PAI(IS, Nov. 25 (UP) -
Swarms of French prostitutes
are planning to "invade" Brit-
p.iris coronation to compete with
British streetwalkers for the
American tourist trade.
Paris vice squad chief Jacques
Arnal said applications for tick-
et, and passports already indi-
cate that "a large portion" of
Pa' is' 12,000 streetwalkers in-
tend to spend next June in Lon-
do! to cash in on lonely Ameri-
can sightseers.
Many of the mademoiselles,
Arnal said, are members of the
same "international squad" that
descended on London for the
1948 Olympic Games.
He said London police so far
had taken no steps to block the
cross-channel entry of the pros-
titutes.

Negro Fraternity

Tributes Truman

On Civil Rights
WASHINGTON. Nov. 25. -
(USIS i-President Truman to-
day received a scroll of appre-
ciation from the National Negro
fraternity, Omega Psi Phi for his
"forthright and unswerving
position on the issue of civil
rights."
The President. in accepting
the scrQll in his office, thanked
the group and told them he
would continue to press for civil
rights.
Dr. Mathew J. Whitehead,
Proi.?ssor of Education, Miner
Teachers Vollege of Washington.
speaking on behalf of the fra-
ternity said:
"As representative of 17,000
members of the Omega Psi Phi
fraternity, Inc. a national Greek
letter organization founded on
the principles of manhood.
scholarship, uplift and per-
severance, we are indeed grate-
ful for this opportunity.
"We are confident that
thoughts of millions of Ameri-
cans are expressed as we pay
homage to you in your struggle
to make democracy a reality for
all people. You are: to us, indi-
cative of the 'do father than
the 'talk' democracy. -
"The free world will long
remember you for realizing
that a democracy qualified by
color will win no hearts in
Africa and Asia.
"The answer to Communism
Is democracy, and democracy Is
color blind. "Your recognition of
these principles with the cour-
age and steadfastness with
which you ahve promoted them
during your administration in
the highest office within the
gift of the American people
have truly earned for you the
tite. *Mr. Civil Rights.'
"We salute you. and with
humility, prw.ent you with ths
manifestation of our^ mr-
tude for your devotion to
highest ideals of Americal' tea-
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cludek spectacular broceaio ftrom Buckingham P]aaoe to .t
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en in the hand-weaving -of allk
velvet.
The silk has to be looped over
a slatted wire and cut by hand.
The two women cannot produce
more than 18 inches a day, so It
will take three months to c6m-
plete the yardages. A director
of the mills says "their task will
be one 'of the utmost responsi-
bility. The knife has only to slip
once and the whole thing is
ruined."
Nobody knows what style dress
the Queen will elect to wear un-
der her purple robes. It must
necessarily be a formal evening
gown with a deep decollette to
permit of the ceremony of An.
pointing and also to set off the
magnificent crown jewels she
will wear.
It is resumed that Royal
Dressmaker N o r m a n Hartnell
will be entrusted with the mak-
Ing of the coronation robes.-
According to the office of the
Earl Marshal the Duke of Nor-
folk it has as yet rot been de-
cided what headdress the Queen
will wear to the coronation. If
she follows the example of her
father, she would wear a Cap of
State of purple velvet edged with
ermine.
Nine youths of noble birth will
be appointed to carry the
Queen's train. F ou r peereises
have to be chosen to hold a pall
of cloth of gold over the Queen
when she is annointed with the
Holy Oil.
This, precious oil usually Is
made in sufficient quantities. Sp
last several coronations. But tht
reserve supply was destroyed by
bombs during the war and the
Queen's chenists have beea com-
manded to make more.
It Isa fragrant oil distilled
from orange flowers, roaes, cin-
namon, musk. Jasmine, flowers
of benzoin, civet and ambergris.
The formula dates back to the
17th Century.
(Tomorrow: The peereases and
"mock ermine.")


'Bank Check' Pay Dours

For Local Raters A*iounced
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Payment by bank check 1s be- 9 a,m.
ing extended to local-rate em- ,i. t 7
vloyes throughout the Oanal or- -W4
%anisatlon on the pay period LCBDl
this week and a complete ache- ).
dule for the relase and cashing 1 W
of checks has been announced
hv the Finance Bureau.'
Approximately half of the Io-
cal-rate employes were paid by
check on the last bi-wee W
nerlod. The normal pa l'
ule will be subject to p 'A
when holidays occur
week when salaries ares .. S-
The schedule for the a,*1
of checks was announced .o
lows:
Tuesday: Presnts
and administration.
reau Police and Pir
Civil Affairs Bureau., 3e
eous. Engineering ., Gol~
struction Bureau,-
Maintenance
an,' Service
eous, Electrical
transportationn Di
stores of Comm
sn Railroad Dl
Wednesday:
deck hands and
employes in the Na
sicn. Locks Divislo
an the Pacificsi '"
Bureau. Clubhouse
Thursdays: MAN'
Locks Division. en
Atlantic side. Dre
ann miscellaneous
thr Commissary
the Community
reau
Weekly dock w .
tinue to receive
pay receipts, wh.
r,riLtted to Pacificf
eq from 1 to j
Thursday after
lantic side emp
daya at the Tr
during regular
pluves willln
checks at local I
check-cashin
provided bv the
fices at Balboa
T fopwin
or. the
af.-t ha 4.


and from 2
u~iftUap tA nfuri..


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Wen Dam
14. from 8
cks, Roll
. Pedro
from 2:15
z1al Hoa-
uarantlne
.;15.D.m.
I. Roll 57.
14
. Garden,
9a:m.
lion), va-
11 a.m.
'; Gamboa
Wil '2. 11
Wr'eduing
toll 72. 8
"lnt Hope
San Rall-
tIls, 2
Tank
S 1:30.
10 Olub-
3 pjm. to


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VIENNA, Nov. 25 (UP) An-
other tie between the defendants
in the big Lknmiuniht trial now
in progress in Prague and Her-
mann and Ntda eld, the AMnt-
can broth&ras-whO vanished with-
out trace n 1949, was reveal
Rude Prrav, the official Cwm
CommunMSt newspaper, recent
here today.
The newspaper's account b6
the trial howed that R9udolt
Slanky and Bedrlich Gemidrn.
former pgrty bosses, namin.Pa,
Merker, a German Trot ,*,:i
as one of their subversive co-
tacts. --
Merker was one of six zat
German Communlunt atrested in
late August, 1950, simailltaneou-
ly with the disappearXU of
Noel Field's adopted daughter,
rica Olaser Wallach.
rs. Wlch, wie t a Unit-
ed States eitHls vauiad
Aqg. iW, iI, a gfter
thbrh ~qtemat a
U= gu St"te deer T
blo airpL
She was on her way toaMe _Xo-
pold Bauer, and dWid u6*P
friepd who' Hd toldher be ba
news of the #eW 1l


tlhaethhas
Since then noth1 has been
seen of M&.-W#J the irild
brothers;,- or oel's wifta erft
who alls vaished1 h 949.
9e): t e' to the.
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