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 Material Information
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: 1925-
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
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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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00213
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PAGE TWO


THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNED AND PUBLISHED my THE PANAMA AMERICAN PRMS, INC.
bOUNDEoD s NELiON NoUNSEVELL IN ISi*
NARMOIO ARIAI. aDSITO
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rL LEION PANAMA No 2070 15 I..NES
CABLE ADDORPS. PANAMIfEICAN. PANAMA
COLON OFFICE, 12 170 CENTRAL AVENUP BETWEEN 12TH AND 1'TH STREETS
FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES IOSHUA A POWERS. INC
_341 MADISON AVEI NEW YORK 1171 N V.
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'EN MONTH. IN ADVANCE *B 0 1 0
POP SIX MONT1S IN ADVANCE -- 8 O 200
paFI ONE p EAR IN >DVANC --- '8_ __ "
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS "WN CQ!.UM,


| THE MAIL BOX
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The Mill Box is on open forun for readers of The Psanma Amer
I Icun. Letters are received gratefully and ore handled in a wholly confi
dentlel manner.
If you cemtribute a letter don't be impatient if it dewn't appear thi
ex t day. Letters are published in the order received.
Phase try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity of letter writers is held In strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes we responsibility for statements as opinion
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COMMY PRICES
'SBir:
r This letter is for the benefit of the Commissary Division. To
those who are responsible for the fluctuation of prices will
someone who Is "in the know" please truthfully answer a few
questions we are puzzled about?
First, tell us about the price of eggs. Where do the eggs come
from? How much profit or loss would the Commy take if they
were sold for 65 cents a dozen? I don't mean 65 cents for one
week. and then a price jump to 70 cents.
Where are the large eggs that were selling for 72 cents a dozen
a few months ago? I never thought it possible for anything to
disappear so suddenly and completely as the large eggs.
Now. let's talk about coffee. It is roasted and blended by the
Commissary Division. but where do the coffee beans come from?
What Is the actual cost of a pound of coffee? Methinks It could
be sold at 50 cents a pound, with a profit.
Then there is out so-called whole milk. What happens to
the cream? I am sure it is not the fault of the cow.
I don't think anyone would mind paying the price that is
now asked for canned goods and staples. providing the afore-
mentioned items, plus a few more. were brought down to normal.
-Hopefully Waiting.
COURTESY
Sir:
Bcin" a newcomer to these parts I was startled by a com-
parison of the qualities of the employes of two separate depart-
ments of the Panama Canal Company.
As a Gorgas Hospital patient, and as a patient at their cli-
nic. I have found the doctor and nurse staff to be highly effi-
clent, and remarkably courteous. High ranking medical officers
of this hospital and outpatient clinic treated me more. courteous-
ly than I could expect.
It must be remembered that these men and women have
from 16 to 20 years of technical training in addition to their
many years of on the lob training and that they are In a pro-
fession that can and does command the highest respect. Their
courteous behavior therefore is a quality of the person, not ne-
cessarily demanded.
Then I had the opportunity (or rather misfortune) of con-
tacting some of the Panama Canal Storehouses for the purchase
of certain supplies.
Here I was met by Ignorance, sarcasm, and contempt, like
I have never seen. Particularly In the colored clerks was the
sarcasm and contempt shown. (There are a few exceptions,
oddly amongst the older men).
I would guess that these clerks have about a 6th grade edu-
cation and are In no wordly position to show contempt or ridl-
cule.
Expecting at least some courtesy from the supervisors, I had
my ears bitten off by an expert who sarcastically Informed me
how much he knew about his line.
Are the colored clerks and the expert so sure of their Jobs:
and postiou in life that they can throw courtesy to the winds?
is of the two types is that"the doctor and nurse
are h_ .ttelllent, know it, and can afford to show courtesy.
er characters are not Intelligent, know it, and have
built up a contempt, ridicule, and sarcasm, to cover up their
weakness.-
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NEW YORK-These past fe
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Elsenhower and a band of me
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on the hot, .cold and police
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AFL convention last septemba
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form that day he passed a group
or us trying to catch him lar
question. One chap, not a news
man, said: "How are you, Gen
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plied:
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Irvpng Brown, Muropean rep",
sentaiove of the AFL, and rovbm
agent, in effect, of something
called the. International Con
federation of ,te Trade Union
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Amerlea'p f and dea bat
ties on the W unds L 'd
front. They Aflt Jf. jt l
cities and e4 the ep v eldts
where then are e'ln-elthed
unionists *whoG frlefdship we
must win. It l ea OBIN these
fronts, the Jovft will have
new fanatiea os to throw
against us. Yva Brown sad his
colleagues s being overlook-
ed by this tend of ours.
They showed not be ignored
when they meet officially o1
Nov. 29, sya7hUcalUy enough, ii
Freedom. Ho0i. No less an au-
thority than Oen. Eisenhower's
new Secretary of State, John
Foster Dulles,lhas said of them:
"In many of our labor unions
patriotic leaders have done i
magnificent Job in eradlcating
Communist elements. ThIy havi
joined with: trade unionists
abroad to create the Iiterna-
tional Confederation of Free
Trade Unions and have thus
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What does this mean in termM
of actual warfare, counter-eso
pionage and safety to your famn'
Ily?
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band of men has agents flhti.
to protect our 'most strategic
bases, when our State and D1-
tense Depts. are not even. awati
that these, modern fouto of our
are be threatened t ,-
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, and pumpkin and Vmouye shapO. There has beenie ".,More "Tne Ins!datd
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to be alive, with a hope oet taii gl.lefif f b a if P"
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we wT;4b ia bo( *t hik b er bant r e made easeful lva easy, and It ha weaka- Ia -
hmsepot. ^ t Abt it ha estroved us. hs not re-
BasS a:am-treomn movedntaltas from within us. t he 0.


sac law d l a r*4- rda. and still to s oupa 'W U
who deabt the destiny of miny hane -parweks letters to the editors. W t
tUed mass demolition u a practil solution, Bt e th le 'to in disfavor. la .
We havebeen s t op under t i _AU aso & nationo o "
harassed by high living cost. and nothm aall' r a nw ,e a hed
010 ateoutanth ewsar... ..e, chdtes ae iut it n an ar r e
atnh I.,tis nation thereri no si.'Isg verge of bh. i.andof sd e.t. p
fronm the. passnt potI party I Too' m eb ferenee of att
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o ude ulrproperties or hane them a wvre lnow 'than whent-the::
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NEA Staff Correspondent British Ship With from Miami Dec. 1. They go to
o Settlers Transits Lima, Peru, ve. 7 to Guaya-
The Captain Hobson transited quil, Ecundor, Dec. 9 and return
S HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Exclu- which Alex Gottlieb will produce- the Canal yesterday with over to Miami on El Interamericano
aively Yours: Deanna Durbin She's the former Mrs. Tom NeaRl 500 immigt rnts abroad for ?ettle- Dec. 12.
i ri't fooling anybody with her who won critical praise this ment in Welimgton. it is still t'aylight, Panagra
" nt-interested" line to queries summer in the Gene Tlerney role The Hobson has made two (Pan American-Grace Airways)
L tbuut movie plans. Less than ain "Laura" on the straw-hat cir- other similar trips this year announced recently.
.wear ago, her agents were tryitg cult. carrying British c:iftsmen to This new daytime flight on
to land Deanna the lead in "The ---Wellington. the airline's El Pacifico DC-6B
G' race Moore Story" and iguht tourist-class service for the first
nov, they're angling to put her! Bobby Breen, who recent ly Panagra Announces time provides service between . -
i. nto the star role in Columbia s wedded Jocelyn Lesh, is now bill- New Daytime Flight Peru. EcuadorPanama and the FRECLES AND HIS FRIEND Clo
remake of Grace's old hit, "One inm himself as Bob Breen to eo- Passengers flying from South United States within the same AND HIS FIEND
2 eht of Love." cape the child-singing-atar tag. America to the United States day, according to Ed"Jard G.
...Insiders vow -that there's can now enjoy the scenery long .Bern, Plnagra vice president - 8 - .r
nb here's the lowdown on I nothing wron with the Marilyn te west coast of South Ae- nd sales manager, and provides "
na's financial situation: She Monroe-Joe DiMaggio romance rica and land in Panama while greater passenger comfort and O
been drawing hefty checks hat can't be cured by the end Drew Pearson To -Fly convenience. U CA L MEAN B goreD UP
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the checks are way over the columnist and radio commenta- arrivals, and departures in Guta- *
0.000 mark. 65 AND OUT tor, is flying to South America yaquil and Panama while it is
early in December for a tWo- still day-light, arriving in
_Irwin Corey- the comic, looked Maurice Chevallet, who iust week visit-in Chile, Peru and Miami at 10:50 p. m. This
e- some photographs of a Hl- turned 64, will retire as a per- Ecuador, schedule provides direct connec-I
"ood starlet in filmy under- former in 1954. Plans are all set Accompanied by his wife, the tiorns with northbound coach
!n- s and said it: "Ah, a negli- [or him to head a movie-prode- columnist is flying by El Inter- flights from Miami to New York "
ee ble talent." ing unit in Paris... Eddie FOY, americano to Santiago. Chile, and other eastern cities.
Jr., is undergoing ,a medical ~
SAside Io newsmen whom Frank check-up in Manhattan- that has*.
inntra was wooing a few months nothing to do with his ulcers.
ack:Frankie-boy blamed the I
merican press on his difficulties Paul Douglas is beaming over .. e
with Ava Gardner when Londonftolk at Paramount that he and WN
reporters cornered him a few wifey Jan Sterling may grab the
days ago. plum roles of Mack Bennett and B.. KI L lEAT I D F
Sao.1Mal-el Normand in the story ofI LEY 00 You and Your Broom B. V. MIN
S Z- a Zsa Gabor boring?" That'sjiave never worked together on 1
what the lady said. t herscreenand as Paul sees It:hh C O P Y LNQTN".

pa r.iela Mason flashed it on re- caliberr for working tether. The ., U. l
T north of a big feud. with Miss story is bigger than :We are. We'd ,
SDouble Z. "I just think she's bor- be playing people." "
PP"oo But I don't think we'll sue
h other, because we have the "Clash by Night" soared Pauli's
sqme lawyer." dramatic stock despite his wall
abuut the film: "Let's face it-
-THJS AND DATA We had no ending."
Peter Lawford and Betsy Drake Te's a Broadway stage produc-
will do a comedy at U-I ....Metal er now in "Forever Fenlale" and
'millionaire Dick Livingston is says. grinning, "I'm playing him
steady-dating Joanne Gilbert, true to thg code of Broadway pro-
Palamount's new singing find.. ducers. I never have any money
..Those Rose Bowl football tick- -I use other people's."
ets flooding Los Angeles and.
Ho'lywood in the interest of Paricutin, Mexico's "volcano
Bulldog Beer are a howl. Ed Far- in a cornfield," has built a cone
go,.a San Francisco advertising 1,500 feet- high since its birth ,OOTS D'IIER BUDI[' Well?
man, dreamed them up....Rose- in 1943. Early in 1952, it sud-
ihary Clooney's singing "Come denly became cQiet, the Na- t. *'q
on-a My Bank" to Paramount. tional Geographic society re- L0 4 IP MX;onoTo lo,
Sh_ wants a big salary boost. ports. "to Wt"
Luscious Vicki Lane gets the g-wy r dog can have. the a pltenoursm t C Q ). -.
gtN ivesn-L-Ration is known for, Plus th new* and,,A .
film break she's been waiting for-I
in "The Blue Gardenia," Vera sensational odor-destroying benefits of chlorophyllin-
Caspary's murder mystery, tale all at no extra coat,
SKen-L-Ration with chlorophyllinliminates breath and"
N-lSbody odor... solves a long standing problem with dog
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S..f churches throughout the United A convict serving a five to 20 US
-iByC StatesAnd in the mission field year Jail term was given his
4 will obrirve Advent Sunday. the freedom yesterday and also ot The work f several
-iv M!. It N4St P) Church'l New Year, this week the bird from Judge Louis Gold- composers will be featured
-.. :.stedt *N (ady to settle for Wth corporate communiQns. stein. day afternoon at the
Mrs, S.Dthpoefloicyt At historic Christ Church By- Goldstein ruled that the first Bierd Thater by professor
mrs ,,ti1he- ate tativel n of the powerful policy the-Sea the service for the car- felony conviction of Gustave Mrs. A','xan er Feinland
htetrarlgedh hds t ablov ae Rober Tr.. Under the tentative arrange porate communion will be con- Konec Zel. 42, was. under New Hans Janowltz during
anged bab's blole n e Omaide Rn e ader the tentative arrange ducted at6a.m. by Rev. Maln- York law. a misdemeanor con- spOnsored by Christ
S sweetheart Mte OP er a ent, which was proposed asa ert J. Peterson, rector of the viction. He had been first con- choir guild
i n-AofPh parish, who will also officiate victed in Philadplphla Sept. 29. The program. delcati t.1
22V | 400A. PlPered off the GOP lihy C l, both Taft and Knowland and preach at the 9 o'clock 1943. nal Zone Gay. and M'
SIt was disclosedtoday. blywould be included horal Echrit ad at Even- Ze's second sentence in New Seybold. is scheduled
fo 'r 'FhuradayI 1 A highly-placmd Republc$*. e weekly White House con- t 7:30 pm. York In 1944 for robbery was re-.a
a ,me A, wom. s'.it- source, close to the intra-paruy ence betw en the President song aduced to to and one-half to The voln violin
.' te ston.of gootli k aneuvefinK, said the d aire-nd h top congressional lieu- The Democratic committee five ears, as a first offense. He piano trio will ne
SPyorIte StP olf 1-yes. ent has been discussed wi t tants- usually, but not always. is head- already had served eight years works of ammartni,
.r~ .r Ri rt forzln ,at: President-elect Eisenhower in aen. Eugene D. Millikin (R- ed by the party's Senate floor as a second offender so he was Saint-Enens. Lat, W1
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his'. k car p- aP.-.- E.nhower presumably a99- c an of the Senate Re- (D-Tex.) appears slated to be
:FAt 1 ixt S -d ..-e ron of proved, but has said nothing at b conference, composed tba, ner. SentLte Dnemocratile
set'ta or ky's Record Shoo Oct. 12 when he ~sw MBe. Richer bout it publicly. of a P senators, leader. The former leader. Sen.
a Lo d pr- *.Thomas 8tari tn by the car ofher e- Taft and other GOP leaders W e Republicans in con- Ernest W. McFarland (Ariz.)
S a p to the re- 7:00- e aster of Ballahtre tr ed and. Albert, reach hve said they can settle their o of the Senate. the GOOP Po- was defeated for re-election
Scovert f of Wetern ( ) ~ t they Window and fire leadership problems without oy Coamittee's chief task will If the Taft-Knowland GOP
Eurdle.t a. 7: U- RIBBON SPORTS tht0., ". Eisenhower's "intervention." b tk determine the order in plan goes through-and it still
w' "' ,R i nd riC, 38, "'threw Taft has said he Is "available" Which the Elsenhow.'r adminis- is object to change-Sen. Iver-
nab* 'L1 010 PRIESENTS H a e uRoweue d" while for the Se.nate Republican lead- traction's legislative program is ett Saltonstall (R-Mass.) prob-
Lha ( ronlo Record Shop) lkeA hal a bloqk ership, but Is not "running for presented to Congress. ably would continue as Senate
5 rt tory Theatec tOAlie a drug tstorB arnd anything The Democrats also have a GOP whip. according to one in-
M (VOA) fired doettbhrou the screen KnowiJnd made a bid for the Olpey committee. but it has not forinant. This would Hrake Sal-
to hd" 8t10-Muic of the Gay 9e's doSr, .," post shortly before Taft's nosi- beae particularly active during tonstall the "assistant floor
an .to b :4&--U.P. Comm rt ltate eSti first degree tion was disclosed, but apparent- the years of Democrats ru.e. leader."
Uas the' 9:00-Paul 1m I ii rOer, elal rt- shot killed - *\
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t haver it '00Daice Music A d*vil Tban Fieo Westival. rho
eor 0 etrs r s10:15--MM l nterlude hrd' been D aL cady" ith
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by n aoehAo wLl Sir 11:00-The Owl's Ndst Defense attorney James M. Ba-
R r s|cu, 48-yea. r ca- 12:00-49gn Off leV Jr., .crog-bzamininKg Pun- .
ru. t albl.at and sonm.n-aw of Tomorrow. Friday, 28 nicn, asked only one question. He
the ecretary of War Dw bht p. AM.I. want 0to know if Runnion had
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tehe U ts* Oarly next 6:00-Sign On and Alrm Clock Miss- e --r together on th day
year. CCubI e" the vkilupng. The witness an-
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FOR SALE

FOCr S- LE 1-46 Ford 5 pas.,rga-
'r .,'.i ,e? .,lth rod.c, excellent c:',n-


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iaod"' '..: ., d~ FPhoine l.tiOr,, :11'""', phone 787 C.:.:.
b- n Ealb,-on Solo.
-F AL ,: lr,- IFOr- SALE 1952 Morris NM.,mor
-urc I r_ - 1, n- r O,,-r.. d Or r- 1rO r ,t, I:, ..., car condition. 2
o rc '','' [. 2, 0 'I mrle priced for quick .otle
OVIN'. r : 2 :.ie E ay be _eEn at .aoue 1524-C.
M' ,Go-lar. Area. Balboa or call Bal-
relricr.:.t r p..:.: .... u der API bo 3269 or 3-146
O1R35. -,'..., t F rid rFOr -SALE--194-9 Chevrolet Con-C
FOR S.LE Tg., :. dairc ,t,be De Luxe with radio. Ea-
porcei.-,' T ----:. :ellent corndiior. Cream; block
052'. &ir.: c__' I.:c Mus r _eli Leaving Isthmus
BARGAIN! C c .,hogori F '.,.. 2.63-1. Bidge, 279 Ar.
bedroom. :.:i '"li.- m .1le *n
pracrc.-iI i, -1u:.r : l'"c. g FOP S.ALE 19-12 Buick convertible
coCirl Orii' ai '.oluc 1.100 duty paid $325 00 Leaving Zone
Firsr !SC' r.k: .' M J.f Huria- Hammer, telephone 2-2553, Mon-
do A.,cr.u, N.-; I La Lrrsta. tele- ca, ihru Saturday. 8-00 to 4.00
bhon- ---E -- I FOP SALE -19412 Chevrolet, 4-dcco
F"R-- A.LE ri'nghcu.- C Cu. i t ,.:,-:.d condition. Apt. 831-0, aBol-
25 c,cle rc:r, ri:.r. 1 t.,Oa Prad Balboa.
A Carr Sr Balboa. Phn ----- ----- -
after -1 i', FOr. SALE 1951 Buick Specal.
.- -. ---- ..- I, .. mrleoae Financing available
FOR LE --Th:.r .er,.-,,urn, r -Th ~sweek. Phone 4-652
60 c, le l.n..3 n.:-,,,e, ,-. l 'Pdro PM iguel.
It0t condition Wrll trade tfo I.'
cycle machine Phone FT Clayton FOR SALt --Late 1949 Nash Am-
-17 ti::od.:r Tudor Custom Overdrive.
--- ---- .. bOd.J. etc $1.045 163 Pe-
W ANTED Jr.-, r.i.que Telephone 4-371.
li.,-ellaneous_. FrOR SALE
WANTED -Uscd ",5 ,cle washing' Real Estate
hrn an .-:'d ''''" 01n FOR SALE -Two bedroom beach
Sheran ---' c .:'rag: aih electric and water
WANTED -U6Ed .c': la1r mcdrl: -. 1 :uppl, 3 -10 mls. Write Mr. C
door. CI4.:,.. F.-.r Exp.-orl Cas. [ Stephens, Box 344 Curundu, C.
Tel 2-4162- Poa-.rma, o or phone 2138.
WANTED.-Emploment with North FOR SALE:-Pete's bar and restu-
American family, leaving fotar Unit- rant situated on "J" street No. 16,
ed States Enau.re No 2 J.1.5e de at a low price
Obalda clreel. downsio0.s. Wilma
FOR SALE -Santa Clara home. 2
Wanted Position bedrooms. large livingroom, diner-
an eItcn hen. large car port, all tile
POSITION WAHTED -Efperiencd loor: and both fully furnished
teacher asire t, Iac Erglh ronte nced.Se n-
reading on, rphcrc: r, h'.:%.,n or rtme 32 Calle Chico. Santa CIa-
school. Either Atlantic o, .achI, r.4 or call Burkle, Cr,saobals -
side Wite 5mbroii.] C Lor.-6: I
Ccirrcn -, ie C.,Cr., R p cr EC,
C rCr PERSONALS
TYPEWRITER REPAIRMAN -c-pe-; HUMAN ENGINEERING. C0rreesi
:: enced, guaranteed work. Immedia- Adjlutment of the Body Structure
t ely available at 3-1,081 GEORGE D. BARB. JR: No. 11,
S E Seventh S.. Tel. 2-3833. Monday.
L E S S N ru So urdoy 8 o. m. to 8 p m
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t-hat mapy were arrested with-
out warrants.
. A US adviser to the Korean
national police declined to say I
how many persons had been ar-
rested, but he did say the jails,
were "busy."
Yesterciav Ike gained Arthur
SH. Vandenberg J.. a, pre>iden-
,tial secretary and William P. Ro-
lgers as deputy attoter'.' general.
Amid speculation nn ';ieni the
:President-elect would depart on
.is secrecy-cloaked trip to Ko-
sfea. Eisenhower's headquarters
announced he will hold a full
e h e d u I e ot en,.-gements
rough Sunday
Eisenhower electedd Rogers.
.former corruption hunter in the
Tum'an administration. as die-
cty attorney general after con.-
rring today %itn Atty Gen -
Jesignate Herbert Brownell.
The 39-year-old Rogers for-
erly served as an assistant dis-'
a rt attorney for New YorK
unty under Gov. Thomas E.
ewey. He was chief counsel ofr!
the Senate War Investigating
T.ommittee in 1947. In 1948 and
'1949 he served as chief counsel
fo tr the Senate Permanent In-
vestigating Committee, which
turned up some o'! the nation'
biggest scandals.
"'. The appointment of Vanden-
lrg, son of the late Republican
nator from Michigan. was an-
tounced formally in the name
GOov. Sherman Adams the new
tant to the President. Press
eretary James C. Hagerty saia
rinhower would formally ap-
t Vandenberg as his secret-
after his inauguration.
agerty said the President-
t would not go to the Army-
Svy football game in Philadel-
on Saturday because of
ness affairs here.
Just Testing
NAUGATUCK. Conn tUP, .
was a cool sunimer day bLt it.
Getting hot in the post onlir,.
ing. Postmaster Fran'k T.I
n investigated. He disc') er-,
.the Janitor was testing a ner.r
ace.


I IOmr wives, hus-
w.r bookworms or
inbhfid. e,,


NEW PRESIDENT'S AIDE?-
Brig.-Gen. John H Michaelis.
38, above, has been mentioned
by Pentagon ofthuials a-. being a
prominent candidate if the
position of White House Mili-
tary Aide when President-
elect Dwight D Eisenhower
takes office. Michaeli. Korean
war veteran. at present is come-
mandant of the Vest Point
Cadet Corpt


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SUMMER'S OVER Lucy,
fa',orite atlraciion l.:r children
v n,, '.sit Newv York's Central
Par Zoo, sadly searches for
peanuts among autumn leaves
ou:sidce her cage. Despite the
generous amounts of food sup-
piled to her by the zoo. she al-
was has room in her trunk to
pack away a few more pileac of
her favorite delicacy.


MISCELLANEOUS
Do you have a drinking problem
Write Akoholia Anenymous. &os
2031 Anna. C. Z.


SPECIAL EXCURSIONS!
FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO
cre way $85. round trip $135 115
da,y-Imit. $160, good one year);
to LOS ANGELES, one wayv. f"149.
f15 round trip 3252.35. 90 day-
l.rn.i I Panama Dispatch Service op-
Dci.e Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama
- 1655.
GRAND XMAS SALE: All at bar-
gain prices. Fresh stocks Philippine
Rattan end mahony furniture.
Large assortment Chinese novel-
ties etc. W. T. LUM. 61, 4th of
July Ave. Tel. 2-2446.
DR WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Es.udionte Street No. 140. Between
*K" and "J" Street. Phone 2-
3479. Panama.
JUNGLE JIM JAUNT
to
DARIEN
Sponsored by Hotel EL PANAMA
i lull days. Leave Friday December
5 7 30 a.m. Return late Sunday of-
lernoon December 7. Fishing through
the Pearl Islands. visiting with the
primitive Choco Indians. spearing
crocodiles, lack light hunting, cruis-
jrg up the Sambu river, aboard El
Panama's Petcodoro.
Bring old clothes, comfortable shoes.
and DON'T FORGET YOUR CAMERA
3 glorious days, $45.00 each per-
!on For reservation phone Jungle
J.m,
Hotel EL PANAMA,
Panama 3-1660


or
See your Travel Agent
PRTS. Normans Reich or Gerald Jef-C
r.es at Fort Kobbe please call Pan-
ama 2t2395 or 3-3882.
PHONE Panama 2-1326. We will call
for, repair, and deliver your radio.
phonograph, tape or wire record-'
ers. etc. Expert American Tech-
nician.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneons
FOR SALE: Great Done puppy.
Fawn with block mak. AKC re-
gistered. .Phone. albo in2-1606.
FOR SALE: Radio, model NC46
* High Frequency Receiver. House
615-B, Cocoti, C. Z.
FOR SALE-Genuine Dachshund Pup-
pies, 4 weeks old. Call telephone
3-2191, from, 12.00 m to 8:00
p. m,
FOR SALE -Wicker basinette with
wheels, mattress, $20.00. Maho-
gany crib with mattress, made by
Cowes, $25.00. Carriage. $10.00.
No. 54, 45th St. Apt. 5.

Blaze Kills 14

At Mental Hospital


In West Virginia
HUNTINGTON, est Virginia,
Nov. 27 (UP)-Fourteen women
patients died lUt night and one
was critically burned when fire
swept through a building at the
Huntington State Mental Hos-
pital.
The county coroner said 13 of
the victims were suffocated and
one was fatally burned.
The' fire chief -said the blaze
originated In the bqaement
store-room, burtr through the
first floor mud sent dense clouds
of smoka billowln through the
r06 of the- 51-year-old brick
structure.
About 100 o other patients were
overcome by smoke or suffered
from shock, but none was re-
ported in serious condition.
Firemen from eight companies
fought the blaze fo. two hours
before controlling it. The cause
of the fire could not be deter-
mined immediately.
Less than 20 feet from the
building where the victims died
was the hospital's central kit-
chen where turkeys had been
roasted for the Inmaktes' tradi-
tional Thanksgiving Day dinner
today.

Blizzard Snairls

Thankslbn Plans

In Prairie States
CHICAGO, Nov. 27 (UP)-The
howling blizzard that caused the
deaths of at least 23 persons,
blew itself out today and first
report of traffic deaths started
trickling In as the Tbanksdulving
holiday began.
Even though the great prarsie
storm was dying down the snOw
drifts and Ice It left behind
ruined the holiday plans of
many Thanksgiving trawlers.
The first unofficial tabulation
showed at least 12 persons had
been killed In holiday traffic ac-
cidents. The toll included a col-
lege student motoring home for
Thanksgiving and two persons
involved in the eame smaahp.
New York State reported four
traffic detha5 wfana three.
Missouri, Oo. Utah mdMilchI-
gan each counted one death.
Tre aead'a. f irst lbEard.
which lashes. Ares from
the Texas Pa I= #'to Mtn

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RESORTS
Gromiuch Santo Clara beach-
cottges. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gambae, 4.561 Pedro Mi-

Clara. Phone Shrapnel. Balboa
1389. or see Caretoker there.
Philips, Oceonside cottages. Sent:
Clara., Sa 435. Balboa. Phone
Panwnf J 1877, Cristobal 3-1673


Visit Hotel Ponamericano in beauti-
ful El Valle for a cool inexpensie
weekend
Williams' Santa Clara Beach cot-
tages. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration.
Rockgas rangers. Balboa 2-3050.
Have Thanksgiving dinner at Casino
Santa Clara. Dance music by Ca-
sino Aces. No reservations neces-
sary. Saturday and Sunday.

FOR RENT
House
FOR RENT;-Beout.ful residence in
Golf Heights; four bedrooms, of-
fice. playroom, servants' quarters.
Wilh or without furniture. Tel.
3-4507, Panama.
FOR RENT:-Furnished chalet, all
conveniences. Telephone 3-3P24,
Panama.

FOR RENT
Aparthments


ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Two and five room furnished and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
New Cristobal. Telephone Colon
1386.
FOR RENT: Beautiful new three
bedroom apartment. El Cangrejo,
unfurnshed. $170 per month
Phone room 164, Hotel Tivoli.


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We pack and orate or move
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Rooms '
FOR RENT:-Independent large cool
double room, centrally located. I
Busses at door Bel ldU to. one or
two gentlemen only. 'Wone 2-2542.
-3-1081.


Wle Of Demotlse

French Red Leader

Told To Desert Him


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PARIS, Nov. 27 (UPN The
wife of demoted and disgraced
French Communist Party lead-
er Andre Marty has reportedly
been ordered by the French
Politburo to desert him.
Marty himself was said not
to know where his wife is.
The morning newspaper Fi-
garo said in an article signed
"X" that Madame Marty was
"under the 'protection' of the
Politburo."
Marty was ousted from his
seat on the party's four-maa
top secretariat and later s
pended from the PolltburO l
failing to follow the party's new
plan of working with other par-
ties.
Since then, the party has
been waging relentless psycholo-
gical warfare against Marty to
blacken his reputation with rank
and file party members and. to
force him to make long-prom-
Ised self-criticism of his politi-
cal errors.
The reported Red move to
break up Marty's home came
about two weeks ago when
Marty returned from a trip, a-
cording to Figaro.
He found his two-stor- cot-
tage in suburban Parts desert
ed. A note said Madame Marty
had decided to leavedue to
"political divergence."
They were married In 1i7,
and had known each other for
many years. Until early this
month Marty and his wife lived
in the upper rooms and the
ground floor was occupied by
party bodyguards who watched
over them night and day.
At the end of October te
guard was changed, then with.
drawn. At the same time the

Gerhart Eislei
May Face Arrest
In Czech Plot
BERLIN, Nov. 27 (UP) In-
formed sources predicted
that Gerhart .Eisler, a. f uuWt
from the UJS. who aS0w
E a t Germany's
Minstry. may abe arr
on charges of cooper i
Czechoslovakia's "8.
ors" \


FOR TOUR REUIREMENTS

NATIVE LUMBER
CALL
ROY WATSON
Telephone: 3-432
Avtuelda.NaolDl 43-


ty withdrew the use of an
t' and chauffeur .from. the
rtecaltrant Red.
Marty, a deputy in the Na-
tional Assembly, now travels by
subway and "bs.


THIS IS JULIE'S 'RED


Deaig t I m... out-ride..;
out-foi'. 1-vlue and out-last
any o t s Classl

Neve *'ie g thu been a car like s
in its field. .get 4 vances like Auto-
matic Ride Control-new improved by a
lower center of giity, wider front tread,
diagou.l.y m dnlar shook absorbereand
m.r. a bplo ... 8% easiaw. br.-
ing that stcng'. . Center-PSi
Fueling at far e art.the car makes fliUg.
up easier, pesnvtailage on fenders, and

Jib '5 tad0f 18 longer, Idww


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ROOFS OF PANAMA.' ts one of her paintings that will be on d itl
at the hotel. .


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One hundred watercolor im- sold, and latecomers found that
presslons of PanamA by Julle the pictures had disappeared
Malone,'who signs her work right off the walls... a compil-
simply "Julie." will be on exhi- ment to the artist.
bition at El Panama Hotel from Julle studied at Washington
December 4th through 14th. University n d'e r s u e h well
The o p e n I ng reception, for known co6liepotaritb as -Fred
which invitations have been ex- Conway and Green, and I a t e
tended, will be .next Wednesday studied at Cocoran Art School
at 5 p.m. in the Balboa Room of under Lahey-and Wise; She re-
El Panama. ceived het'Baetfelor of Arts from
George Washtngton University.
This will be Julie's second Washington, D.C.
large show In Panami. her first /
having opened on the same date Julie Is the daughter of Corn-
lest year at the Army Navy Club. mander and Mrs. EdwArd R. Hal-
Fort Amador. loran who Were stationed at the
15th Naval District until last
Although the show lasted for March when they went to thbr'
only one day. mere than half of new Post at Great Lakes Natal,
the 100 "PaIntings By Julle" wert Tranilng Center.






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NIss TqW4 -AM A TO tut the forms which were
a F..V..Thomaespa l ... --- .
Sen.tM'f iftaeb ,ment and at1 W Rummage Sale Planmed by
as wuOR* t MM,. to Mr. V7 A,.tus s Ma W ly Church
. Shenk and the .k A. T Holy Family Church of
. ... w. ariZd arlt, Is sponsoring a rum-
The),, W ..ib w-ill akeviae W mage sale on Saturday. Doefm-
S-- 13, at St. Joseph's PatWh,
ay do t a p coB.e. ,aCh a bears,
JIorup rs. M r lall. All proceeds go to
k^ then .. --. T&'wo-Yea-OM Celebrates .
Lr thi r' I d d o rth t o Mrs. Andrew J. Bat-
-.d e. t h>t me .or the their resalence at 0-A Coco So-
t 89ve ber 1 Mrs. qrtle Muehl, Butby. who was celebratinL her
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Jeaa Johnston for I
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r ,,e tl e nd Terved ths wiikw lf yd today's hand, taken from last
rsfihment were: Mrs. JohrAtOlT )ftR. Mart WaddoA.Mrs. year's Columbus tournament,
'gWIN&ttA. Brantle and Mrs. Shirle ultae, Mrs. leanor shows the Importance of souna
a9:t 0 .: Culen. n Mrsn. Ginnie Johnson, technique in keeping control of
aL 40 a lnc e .h- Mrrs.t Vera Rice and Mrs. Darcia the trump suit Carelessness at
-host ffr'and Two officers were preented Llo the firsttrick led to the defeat
of th church p1ne for a year's service. These of some declaxers.
i tn the grotu iere received by Mrs. Prifu dor Four hearts was the contract
a' -8ere as president apr Mrs. s m an at nearly every table, and the
SBoyer for treasurer. adn motcases was-
ins were obplet d for.thliWa t A.f th aueqn o pades. Borne do-
.Christmas party for the Auxllta- cldrers, adopting a "what can.1
K~ rv Fleet Reserve Aa laUtion IEN lose?" attitude, covered, with the
y mesn thel f a. te i o spades and found ot TI
wibeheld at 3:00 p.m. Decem- W whht they cold lose.
;! J. buie at t-he regular msetinng lI ai r CITY Noi. 2 (UP) East won the first trick with,
fil.All members are refninded -Seet ohite said today hun- t a o f spade and returned a
of tie Dee. 5 deadline for re-. r t oto wrearrest- sce asouth had t o los f,

det. trienckMcBries. eclarr next forced out
Lit, Gen. d: OJ candidaefete n.uel-tl" ;0c f OAP and had to
in .. e f the pa return, as before. I
Oft To Washmi gpn W sS n. Heavinert rfd twice. South
SCford or W H c4 1d1ad army troops e was haaon
ma024i n chewdo t -oa cAVArVblockaded"l anr
t.1le. I h. L B in Mexico City for five as East When-e knocked outSA

the 1i2altdh af ef 8o f o0n saatatract. i a
Ciead, ft Alrharre Tuesday night to break up there apade return would force
AComma n Don I a nd, l~ .Br a nd, Ahe The conr eatly made
S c t t*ri mto on che declare to ruff a third time. at-
aircraftn forr r o.,en h ob tH e tex ta dare. Eat
I p mli-tripcMD.C .. M- mter. o uter which East would have one


tB DoL Treptna .ie othe e a more trumptan declaree. Ea
S would therefore win a second SA'

e w'ae e h w h re t wit d r the trump trick, ihy d action to his

h I1 -Reformtoarautomob nd ades. Whentherate ArmCoe alert a
dad'that after dyn.ooaIiAe to be held byf t. failed to material three aces, to 4dt6at the con-
.. a iwaIlinlss, Ohjef ,lBi,,, O .l fent offlala. aid t ey tract.

I. c d redat the sessionwhich6 Atof e ae mnof tables w en declarer -
o aed follow the pattern t layedae from






erd? fo-owtha n.teere fne o" showS teruedn &. ooif tWst
.ide wb -. .b1 suit -would e- e. established f
'T' v Valr htlo, dk Troops armed with rifles. i) dumy...




M. C. e ntoms and tear ga ns blocked el daId't reaD: eed
dr..off fopr miles of th city's-main, that trijk, but It would prevent
Ser i, dr". :thoroughfare, tite'Pasea rte Ia ihe ,enemy from, iakd.g hmA .
-Reform to bar automobs'And ruSTi spades. When the defenders
I ted to pedestrians from entering the had to abandon spade, South
hA et De.' ar where the meeting was had no trouble making his ew" c-
chedte t takelae. tract.
'" Set A wor V ...s. .
Iwere arrested when they "Ite- .
po he to througt.e11.rz'y and
poll eUOE dORLeWeretre-
.de-PA0Chr it-h#Q11e-- 14e529 CueAwho re-
NC. a""nd" e.nectop. or0b, has n omly

.. .the P.ople- -Go de ;.r RVEe'o"I;ah
Ieeengev l t~t ge rarL mIostly leaders of -e
me 9 7'1a the* hs-pbllutl,.-Party. were tWOnRD
R iatlo1 hem *into custoylasat- week In con-
ntss meetin section areorte4-p o$ to
overthrow-the
ulzCortineswm i I.I.


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ROYAL: itR4-NY-KinS Frederik. of Denmark, has a Iroyal
Lime andpWnUg a rehearsal of the Danish Royal Orchestra at
Copehogen's Opera House. The Danish monarch later led the
orchestra uring performance m honor of the 70th birthday of
SKinag Gustav Adolph VI, of Sweden.


U L'S MARKET


WHI be OPEN


IURSDAY, NOV. 27th
N


UNDERWOOD Typewriters,
SUNDSTRAND Adding Machines,
ODHNER Calculating Machines

ALMACEN SALAS
8103 Bolivar Ave. Tel. 537
Colon, R. P.


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FRIDAY, NOV. 28th

and OPEN all day


TURDAY, NOV. 29th


LAY AWAY YOUR XMAS GIFT TODAY


ITAmn IT
TH E lWr f tV T 0 R I 4
_1 .e e n f.r. a .I of v eAS


NOVEMBER


be closed all days TOMORROW, FRIDAY.
28th. Panama's Independence from Spain.


You are cordially Invited to vlilt our NEW
SHOWROOM, buitt ipol6Ily-for The World's
most aJi.a*4Mful. light -r ..

THE IL.MN MINX
(a product Z- oip)
RFiday,'qovev late A 10 p.m.
(First 50 Hillman owner to -tal on us will
be entltlM. to a HilnDt--ininiature model).

COLON RS, INC.
Panami City Tivoli Crossing



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Never before has it been possible to fly to Europe at such low,
low rates. Since November IsL.Pan-American's" Thrift-Season"
,fares are in effect.This means, by the RAINBOW Tourist Service,
you can fly from New York to Rome for only $574. round trip, Madrid
$562. and to every major E n city at similar low fares. Giant
Super-6 Clippers* with air~d, pressurized cabins in which
every seat reclines are used exclusively by PAA on this service. And
they're flown by the same expert air crews that have amassed a record
of more than 38,000 transatlantic crossings.


Tasty meals served in flight t moderate prices.
First Class forces are also greatly reduced
during the "Thrift Season *
"THE PRESIDENT"
Deubla-decked "Strato" Clippers Club lounge on
lower deck Cuisine by Ma\im's of Paris Cocktails,
Fz. ench wines, liqueurs Smart, new o ernimht bag
S* OscMd, perfumes for the ladies Foam-soft berths
avalible at slight extra charge.
"THE PRESIDENT SPECIAL"
Swrchiarge oly $10 offers in addition Sleeperette*
service with bed-length easy chair EtIA cabin attend-
ants A 7-course dinner by lMaxn's Attractive
personainaed luggage tag.


l MtM" WOWN h." For reservations, we your Travel Agent or

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PAGE FIGHT


Stabilizer P(


Wage-Price
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 27 (UP) Economic Sta
, Roger L. Putnam today spiked reports that Pre
Truman will kill wage-price controls and disclose
former Price Chief Michael V. DiSalle is return
. special consultant on controls.
*-A- A i. .L n m itnc n learned that onnver


itnam Sq


Decontro

bilizer New Art Gallery
2sident
d that Opens Tomorrow

g Al Ft. Kobbe Club
Snment


i,,e sUme ri Ime, it wui i ilol ... iC. g ..-ll ,i'il
economists have drafted a tentative program which Koo be Service Club will open
largely would end controls, except on defense materials, tomorrow afternoon with a one
week showing of "Driftwood
within 90 days. Pictures" bv Mrs. Edith Typal-
It has been laid before Putnam but has not yet been dos of Be-ila Vista.
snt to the White House. Mrs. Dorris Caldwell. Kobbe
snt to the White House. Service Club director. Intends to
Tnp p.lan a;. c lited 11 light been expected for se alas exhibit thendci work of local or
of the fact that moot controls Wood.' successorr n-a ha e to weeklon displays in the newf
endrc Api il 36 and imnre is little make the actual ruling Fort Kobue Gallery.
chance Congress ill continue 2, Officials said that oniv a- I Mrs Typaldos' showing will
S %as nde'rso.:.cl h ~ever, bout a third of the average consist of 15 of her unusual
'hat Democi atictrate'it1 .vrre family's budget will remain Diilftwood Pictures," landscapes
upset Democ thre a i.t si est on under controls by the end of ;.ind otlr scenes made from
utet all co tro iroppe the week. This is due to pro- drittwood, seed peds. seaweed
ethaiatel rol visions of the controls law or and other items gathered at the
They' uerte said to believe the the removal of price ceilings beach near her Santa Clara
political %- Iouchu problem on goods selling under fixed cottage.
should be left for the Republi- levels. She began this work two.years
cans. 31 Putnam announic'-, that ago \khen ord.?red bv her doctor
In al(IIclosuII DiS 'i-.; eturn, Joseph H. Freehill. drlput,' ad- Lto rest at Santa Clara. To spend
Putnam made public a letter to ministrator of the Office of Price the time she experimented with
the former price chief in which Stabilization, will become acting forming landscapes from the
he said he was glad they saw price chief succeeding Woods bias of material she found on
eye to eve "on the importance of ho resigned effective Nov. the beach. As the pictures be-
price controls in the present 30 because o! the %v.eak con-'gan taking form she made use
economic situation" trols law. of more and more materials
DiSalle is scheduled to come Speculation that Mr Truman from the sea.
here by Monday and to stay two might be ready to kill wage- The artist laughingly tells
wetks price controls got a shot in the how mystified looks follows her,
He presumably ,wil help work arm Monday night when Sen as sack in hand, she walks
on' the 90-oay decontrol plan Burnet R Maybank iD-SC i. along the beach gathering bits
and advise the adminaitratlon chairman of the Senate Bank- of wood and weed for another
on its current policy of suspend- ing Committee, said he had in- **Driftwood Pictures" with which
ing price ceilings and other con- formation" to that effect .the Fort Kobbe Service Club
trois on individual items But Putnam told reporters will Inaugurate its art gallery
Other controls developments he believes -'there is nothing" Friday afternoon.
1, Putnam announced that re- to the rumors. The White The Service Club director in-
tiring Price Stabilizer Tiehe E. House has said no decontrol vltes all persons wishing to dis-
Woods will not decide whether to order is being drafted. play art and handicraft work
roll back bee. ceiling prices urn- Putnam made the statement to contact her at 84-6123.
til Di-Salle looks over the situa- after meeting with Office of
tion. A rollback decision has Price Stabilization officials In
what he cal!e," a "reaffirmation" iii
of the administration's present
policy of suspending price cell-
ings on individual items when-
ever and wherever possible.
S
Sj Shows: 7:00 9:15 p.m.
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THE ATRE
On Transisthmian Road. be-
hind "Artes V Oficios" School
a -r--.. 'mmn.,- C


HE'S TAME-SHE HOPES
-Susan Bell, 4. of Minneapolis,
Minn,, serves as a human lunch-
counter for the neighborhood's
pet squirrel. ~ ho is far from
being "nuts." He's round that b%
being friendly with the children
he is gicen chocolate cookies to
eat. which are a considerable
improvement o\cr his usual diet
of acorns.


e i New [abor Union
SUelch esNames Argie

lSecreary 6eniral
S T MEXICO CITY, Nov. 27 (UP)-
o r y The Congress of Latin Amnrican
SWorkers yesterday named Jose
S,. EspeJo of Argentina as secre-
hie -tary/ general o; its new union,
Thief Steals Relic formed tounite labor against so-
called "Communist and capitalist
From India Church mpera from outh
BOMBAY, Tndia. Nov 27 (UPi Ainerica, the Caribbean area and
thiefslipped through the Mexico ended a five-day meeting
milling Novena congregation athere lastgt after esablishin
St. Francis Xavier church In the organization of Latin Amerl-
owton Bombay y e st e rday can union workers (ATLAS) to
and stole a piece of the saint's crly out he .fight against px-
skin which has been in the situation by inhuman capital-
church as a hallowed relic for headquarters for the new
50 years. boThe headquarters for the new
The theft was brought to the organization will be in Buenos
notice .of the church authori- Aires.
ties by a woman who found the speo, a close friend and sup-
relic missing when she went to podter of the late Eva Peron. was
kiss it yesterday. formerly secretary-general of the
General Labor. Confedera ti o n
It was last seen yesterday (CCT)of Argentina.
morning in a locket mounted SeVeral weeks after Eva Pe-
on a silver monstrance and kept ron's death Espelo feslged. then
for veneration during Novena, c.ccepted a government appoint
Nov. 23 to Dec. 3. ment es president of the board
SThe motive for the theft was of directors of La Prensa. the ex-
unknown, but it was believed
the thief might try to dispose guese India, next month, when
of the relic at the exposition of the relic might fetch a high
the saint's body In Goa, Portu- price.


DIABlaO HTS.


Friday Owl Show


10:30 P.Mb


* CHARLES LAUGHTON


* MAUREEN O'HARA


"THE HUNCHBACK

lOF NOTE DAMEf


AIR CONDITIONED -
TODAY
WEEK-END RELEASE! *
shows: 12:15- 2:45 5:45 8:35 p.m. ,


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MTTY CONIL OWAULTOR DOROTHY L8MA o'lft % JAMU
UTIN WI0E 1 HESTONi GLAMOUR GRAHAME" ,' SITEWRT
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opru*el dBuenos Alres ne wpe-
Pr-howurhdsohed by- the -GT
The d t R .tei. to the me-t.lg
here a gryed a enera decfar
tion which stated-
"The situation ox the workers
In the.,ilaJority p9 f Lay AIaery-
caln coutlea is one oT-f a lery
ano irregularity. ThiA unpleasant
qihuntion ,i a onhequence of ex-
plu'tation by Inhuman capiltal-
)am. and the stbmission of these
c.,untrles to the ebohomlc and
political influence of the great
powers.
"The world Is now divided be-
tween two powerful blocks -
Communist imperialism nd- can-
itallst imperialism.
"we must contribute to the
strength and power of America
without being an instrument of
the great or little nations."



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w lett, w a n e t Honesty is not the best policy- would like to see the .ovies he
beir. a M. . Hollander ea Wlett, Na.andtttIWe hn you are tempted to tell tuok of the family vacation.

nhe hI Carbe n Com md i the ir aduhMers Ith e wAtr 'yuyer ao Marg Wh a t
Smith, United States RepreseL na iu Dnner .. Mrs. Pat Mor an weanover a ze 12 that When you meet a friend you
tatBride aofWisconsin, and Mrs ths. Harmoeir led. an aTanumith gwu v e the tua or n- she n Mama gained s eight. hopefully haven't seen n years and are


hot at a dinner given of Diablo crossed the athmus ge meeting was Junior "Was he a ood boy?" to yo ow m o pon
svith plan to sail reidy m a- thdinn s afternoon at their sor. following rushed s ws then you see a friend's new sacked by the changes time
or w Yorights. Thagiving dinner giveoe n by alboeld treurer toge pins: Helen Bar sess and could point out obvious as wrought in him and he says
o Mr an Mrs homas bon bar m. istakebout his vinits design. allantly: "You haven't change
onteshsn, Kathrine H. DOullas,
SAre Viitou Here pesteninludedre ud Edwards F Gibup re, Edith S ane hea a wofunny st youve a
ar r er. AltmII, and Nancyd Mrs. Altman, t Wh h d at least three times. DALLAS. Tex. (UP Texas
re Hosts For Drinved tday on Bope. Barbara hitl right on the ot. ingredient an food he has been
Sosthe s C for Dinn efr Ea, Roeaa s Stepp, Beverly When a wife asks her husband forthright about sayin he di-
The Coa der-In-Chief oEnterta At oteleet E. van't Vela, how he likes h er new hat- and Ukes.
the Caribbean Cmnma ond Mr. and Mrs. OrSmith Attend of NU Mal. Yudne. R te did doesn't. W n a e So andcr
tenant General Sorae L. Me- a ksgiving Dinner When akpooreeand
Bride and Mrs. McBride se aMr.lo an rs. Harmon Smithebs o w the ceremony th When yoMamau asks hopefully of wkn on yr t a nd t
hosts at a dinner -liven last of, Diablo crossed the Isthmus regular business meeting was Juador: "Was he a good boy?" t you how much he enjoyed the
evening at Quarters one, Quar- this morning toy at tend a lksw Dorothy Williams was the grown who h been hi dn
SHihts..Tangiving dinner given yele treasurer to replace Bar sess and the only thing goo When a woman who nee a
S ..E. Mr. ann Mrs. ThomasE Gibson baum wlel about his visit is that it is over.
Mr, and Mrs. Brunmer ata their home in Gatun. Also When you are asked if you Foreign Flavor In Texa
Ate Visitor. Here present were Thomas F. Gib-I .Rltlofjewels members pre- have heard a funny story you' ve
M w Mi- ourl Brunner son., I, and Nancy Gibson. Aset were: Eileen Adams, Patty heard at least three times. DALLAS. Tex. (UP)- Texas
of Puerto Rico arrin tohay onk t er, Bty BoyerBarbara When the guest you thought towns and post offices named
theIsthmus, for a visit and arenMr. and Mrs. Ewing Cutal# $ cmis Klemmetsen, would never leave says with sur- for reign countries include



I S hos"at th en- t to bt sdaa ant At Hotel Tivoli l th t K a rll pEpt. Holland. Ireland,
National Bsank Branho i: n their famnsgily today at a Thanks.Wro t V Wilaett, Dorothy
Puerto 'RIcO. iving dinner given at the Ho- twIni lS, R. _uroett Johnson,
tel Tivoli. Mary Lou Nuncy and Larraine
"Mr.vovesTo Be Holeoredh tuT il bor
(Bdia ..h.lling and Dorothy
Mr. Mrslle BTowes Cuesy.., Mr. and Mrs. by L. Sl for row ni r at the hoAteLses.
snp'ning Di nner oa visit of several the. Pa- Entertainglon Cub In the Ama Area. tni
lMr aed MNagation Companlte y her s and Mrs. daughter at Mu tlle l bd Meeting
qU. land wil e the gauester theAtlanticSide entertained Tomorrow Mee en

MABBHMIL o r a heoer tomebe&ral Ameir Frca Those resent included M hedral of St. Luke tomor-oronet on Friday Nov
Sengaement to a l avlgation and Mrs. Ws EntertaisHn Family 10 p. ou n cordial nvm.ted to v lt
wdlse Marae of New York Dane Tomow Night
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rner; Brown Tuesday afternoon by plane for row night at the Ameqn Le-more power! But for allIt great performance
AmtM Rst.. a Dinner a visit of several months with gionClUin the Amac Areatanding
dMr..i to and Mr d Walter Guy her son-in-law and daughter at'Music will be provided by a
B.o l and their son, Walter, their home on Albrook -Air three-piece ensemble.
fnebl R h o An o o io.S were. "hosts to members of their Force Ba se. See this new Dodge "Coronet" on Friday, Novo
a 64 ba, engagement to Mr. Qan ; at Thankpgiving din-
ner. .giventi ,ds aft ernoon at Ray ponds Entertain Family 10 p.m. You are cordially Invited to visit us.
Mr of M in .r.ad wae e d" their dhome in Balboa. At Dinner .
Akron.t oShe epUnert of Abland Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Raymond

hwa111 is the c Mr. a0d Mrs. L.L E" ker eW oo.,b-Mr. and Mrs. Alton P. That kagflgin dinner given to- YME COLON M OTORS,
Auuedi from the University. 01o.tre White ot Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs. day at the Hotel Tire t
ajt4ijplfld$d by the IntornaUon# i Dasees nmer V. Crooks and their son Gubsta wLre Mr. and Mrs.N
a W. Blerbaum, and Mrs. Cflar-:. aCO N
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vins.uJ tmeo dwa give Nemj,.have. Wuedpt.,l-ptietoday with an Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma
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b eofHeilaht bs 3nroJ5 0Nmember aof thetrn.
eldest of the Republic of FmmOA andle and other friends.

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Lake


Worth


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Both Teams Ready For

Big One At Balboa Stad.
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Lake Worth's Trojans took a short workout yesterday on the
Balboa Stadium turf. and Coach W. H. Cook pronounced his boys
ready to go.
A fair sized crowd watched the Trojans go through their
paces, and were impressed with the passing and speed of the vi-
sitors who tackle Balboa High tomorrow night.
Cook had another short session slated for his boys today at
3 p.m.
Coach .oni, Fawcett has given Ted Norris, fast rounding into
his Balboa boy; the day off and shape after a long layoff due
stated after their aot iout yes- to injuries. With these two speed
terdav afternoon that except for burners in the backfield. the
one or two minor ailments they Trojans defenses will have to be
are fit and ready constantly alert.
The \ictine Troianr come to Ray Nickisher, smooth operat-
the Canal Zone with a record of ing quarterback, can well cross
three wins. i.o )nes. and four them up by his well timed passes,
defeats The Bulldogs, on the or with the sneer.power running
other hand ha'e aon seen of backs like Bob .Morris and
straight thbl Near. and would Francis Boyd.
like nothing better than to make Tickets for this gigantic game
this number eight can still be purchased but not
In nine games the Lake Worth unlimited. The box office at Bal-
gridders have scored 161 points, boa Stadium will be open from
fo ran average of almost 18 pet 9 a.m. to 12:30 noon tomorrow,
game. They tied two of the top and then will open again at 2:30
teams in their conference and and remain open right up to
defeated other good ball club. game time.
They have scored at least two
touchdowns in ever game this
year with the exception of two'.
games.'
Belle Glade and Key West
both held them to only seven,
points.
All plans for the game have
be in store for not only a real
treat In football but also half-
time entertainment. Drill team.
pep squad, marching band re-
plete with uniforms and all, will
go along with the Cheerleaders
from both Lake Worth and Bal-
boa to make this a game long to
be remembered by local foot-
bail enthusiasts
About the came Itself. the
prospects of a dry field make it ....
look more and more like a real .
offensive battle. Although the .
B,.'ltogs have. an outstanding
defensive record. ,two touch-
downs in six games,. it isn't like-
ly that they have come up a-
gainst as potent an offensive I-
team as Lake Worth. .
The Trojans will count heavily
in the pitching of quarterback
Al Ritchie. the catching of two,
gil'u fingered ends, Bob Moyer I
and Ralph Dupee. To add to this
passing game. they have power I
running of fullback Jerry Gup- NOSE GUARD--Jesse Arnelle
person. and fleet, fast stepping looks hike a space cadet wear-
halfbacks in Jan Jepniches, and ing a specialguard to protect a
Ray Barnes. broken nose. The gigantic Penn-
Phi Burlldogs have the Incer- sylvania State end played bas-
pat6llmonYyhave their big ketball with broken toe. (NUA)
gum, and along wit him now is


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Races

Tomorrow 2


1st Race "F-I" Native 7 Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1 Casablanca J. Bravo 114
2 Diana I. Castillo 120
3 Villarreal E. Ortega lO6x
4 Kaisan J. Tejada 106x
5 Fllon T. Medrano 115
6 Rio Mar J. Bakes 405
2nd Race "F-2" Native 6 Fgs.
Purse: $275.0C Pool closes: 1:15
Second Race of the'Doubles
1 Raymond V. Ortega 120
2 Consentida F. Ramos 120
3 Piropo M. Zeballos 120
4 Mufieco B. Aguirre 118
5 Avivato A. Mena 120
3rd Race "F-i" Native 7 F1g.
Purse: 5275.00 Pool closes: 1:45
ONE TWO
1 Slrena V. Castillo 112
2 Filigran4 Jose Rodri. 116
3 Golden Babe B. Pulido 112
4 Opex B. Aguirre 115
5 Rislta A. Mena 112
4th Race "E" Native 6% Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:20
QUINIELA
SDixana V. Castillo 112
2 Elolna M. Zeballos 120
3 Tin Tan R. L. Gil 112
4 Taponazo E. Ortega 103x
5 Volador J. Shalk 101x
6 Don Pitin R. Vasquez 115
7 Lolito 0. Castillo 114
8 Diez de Mayo J. Bravo 112
5th Race "1-2" Imported 6% Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: 2:55
1 Beach Sun J. Bravo 115
2 Forzado B. Pulido 115
3 Ia Chata A. Mena 115
4 BaTtolo M. Hurley 115
5 Nijinsky Jope Rodrlguez 115

6th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse $400.00 Pool closes: 3:35
First Race of the Doubles
I Sismo B. Agulrre. 110
2 Prestlglo R. L. Gil 107
3 Mlmo B. Pulldo 115
4 Mr. Foot A. Ubldia 109
5 Paragon A. Vergara 109x
5 Rinty E. Darlo 101
7 Scotch Chum 0. Sanchez 107
7th Race "1-2" Imported 61 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1 Alfonsito K. Flores 115
2 Fangio J. Bravo 115
3 Wild Wire J. Baeza Jr. 115
4 Sun Cheer R. Vasquez 115
5 Pulgarclto O. Castillo 115
R Corista J. Cadogen IM1
7 Bendigo H. Pittl 112x
Note: Corista runs out of the
betting


8th Race Imported 1 5/16 Mile
Purse $1,500.00 Pool closes: 4:40
"Cuerpo de Bomberos Classic"
1 Orisu R. Vasquez 128
2 Trafalgar V. Castillo 112
3 Avenue Road) A. Mena 108
4 Rose Hip) 0. Sanchez 116
5 Carmela II A. Phillips 122
6 Porters Star R. L. Oil 96
7 Vampiresa B. Pulido 128
8 Beduino J. Bravo 114
9th Race "1-1" Imported 4 Fgs..
Purse: 375.00 Pool closes: 5:15
ONE TWO
1 Dofis Elelda R. L. Gil 120
2 The Dauber J. Bravo 114
3 In Time R. Guerra 109x
4 Pia 0. Sanchez 107
5 Battling Cloud B. Aguirre 114"
6 Balbuceo V. Castillo 120
7 Mingo E. Darlo 106
10th Race I-l' Imported 4%, Fgs.
Purse: $37500 Pool closes: 5:40
1 Novelerk E. Campbell 109x
2 Astoria 0. Castillo 109
3 Ifiterlude V. Castillo 112
4 Paques H. Reyes 112x
5 Apretador K. Flores 115
6 Betun J. Bravo 120
llth Race "F-2" Native 6% Fgs.
Purse: $ 7.I Pool closes: xxxx
1 Romantico A. Mena 120


HERE COMES THE NAVY-.Frank Adorney, left, starts at right halfback for Navy against Army
atPhiladelpha's Municipal Stadium. Capt John Gui ski, center, is'a pass-catching left end who goes
both ways. Quarterback Bob Cameron handles the ball cleverly, carries, passes and kicks. (NEA)


Truman, Top


Aides To See


Army-Navy

ANNAPOLIS, Md., Nov. 27.-
(UP)-President Truman, most
or the cabinet, and Chief oJs-
tice Fred M, Vinson will : be
among the dignitaries in the
stands at Philadelphia's Muni-
cipal Stadium Saturday for -.e
annual Army Navy footblU
game.
Cabinet members who accept-
ed a joint Army-Navy invitation
to attend the game Include
Secretary of the Treasury John
W. Snyder, Atty. Gen. James P.
McOranery, Postmaster General
Jessie M. Donaldson, Secretary
of the Interior Oscar L. Chap-
man, Secretary of Labor Mau-
rice J Tobin and Secretary of
Agriculture Charles F. Bran-
nan.
High ranking military' and
naval officers expected are Feet
Adm. Ernest J. King, Flest 1m.
William F. Halsey, Adm. W120
Fechteler, and 06n. L. GU o
pherd Jr., commandant of'the
Marine Corps.

Hockey Results
(Tuesday Night)
WESTERN LEAGUE
Tacoma 10, New Westminster 0
Edmonton 5, Victoria 2.
EASTERN LEAGUE
Johnstown 10, Troy (N. Y.) 5.
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
Grand Rapids 7, Toledo 4.
Cincinnati 11, Mllwauke e3.
2 Kon Tiki C. Kam 117x
3 Moon Goddess V. Castillo 112
4 Campesino Jose Rodri. 120
5 Duque R. Guerra 117

Juan Franco Tips
By CLOCKER


Olivar Signs


For 3 Years
(By United Press)
The end of another football
season probably means the usual
shuffling ot coaches but Jor-
dan Olivhr of Yale isn't worried.
OUvar has signed a new three-
year contract after leading Yale
to seven wins and only two set-
backs. It's been Yale best season
since 1946.
The 37-year-old Eli coach took
over on short notice last Septem-
ber when Herman Hickman quit
to enter private business. Ollvar's
Yale squad lost only to Prince-
ton and Navy. Olivar will receive
about $10,000 a year. but he ac-
cepts the job reluctantly as it
keeps him from his family and
insurance business in California.
Olivar says. however-"It cer-
tainly is a good feeling to be at
Yale." Athletic Director Bob Hall
says "I know I am speaking
for everybody when I say am de-
lighted Olivar will be with us for
the next three years."

Meilinger Eyen
Toots Own Horn
aLEINGTON, Ky., Nov. 27 -
(NEAT They think a lot of
Steve Mellnger at Kbntucky.
The all-around football star
has done so many things on the
gridiron this past season that
te band couldn't pass up the
opportunity to pour it on. When
the band entered. the stadium
at half time during the Tulane
game here, a big guy in a foot-
11ball suit was marching and
pumping away on a trombone.
It was a band member wear-
ing Mellinger's number.

Fight Results
LOS ANGELF. Elmer Beltz,
146, Los Angele, outpointed,. Os-
car Reyes,147, Los Angeles, 10.
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. Jim-
my Flood, 164, New York, out-
nolntedi Jio Tamasello. 158 Ell-


sabeth, N. J., &
1---Csablanca Riomar NEWARKN. J. Phil Saxton,
2-Mufieeo Raymond 173, ElUabet N. J,-Outpointed
3--atsita Golden Babe Jack La B ftd, 171, Newark, 8.
4-Dixiana Tin Tan __ __
-each un Forzado Results
6-Mimo 1ismo r '
7-Fangio Wild Wire uO wqwl
S-Beduino Trafalgar (Tuesdy'ps o lege Games)
9-Battilng Cloud' Dofia Eleida Hofstra, 5 Wagner 7.
10--Betub Apretador Louisiana College 14, Alexandria
11-Duque Moon Goddess AFB 0.


Royal Coup


Sent To Stud


In Chiriqui

Antonio Angulzola's former
track champion Royal Coup has
run his last race. "The Coup'!,
will spend the rest of his days
at the Anguizola brood farm in
Chiriqui where he will see stud
service.
Royal Coup was sent to Chiri-
qui last Monday after Trainer
Henry White decided to retire
the hard running seven-year-old
son of Coup de Lyon-Rue Royale.'
The Coup made his Juan
Franco debut Feb. 26, 1949 with
the competent Bobby Reid hand-
ling the reins. The big chesnut
hotsg outclassed his field and
scanipered to an easy post-to-
post victory.
He' racked up four more suc-
cessive wins, a with lel-In the'
saddle, b]ore h e tutd detea
locally. Among his wins was a
triumph-in the National Police
Classic April 24 of 1949. This
was a Class "B" classic ftor:
$1,500 over one-mile-and-one-
eighth.
Royal Coup also added tro-
hies to his owner's collection ri
the 2,000 New Year's Clasic In
1951, the $3,000 added Francisco
Arias Paredes classic (Speed
Classic) and thDo, .Neco la
Guardian Hatldick,4 and A 1 ks
Handicap.- the latter over d.sq
tances of one-Iftle-andsons-
eighth.
In 48 starts Royal Coup won:
21 times, was second 12 times,
third four times, fourth in clas-
sics twice and out of the money
nine times. Re piled uP earnings
of $16,065. He cost hs owner
slightly over $3.OQ.


An important base of the
Coup's career was 10 early le(
troubles. Late in 1949 oyal Coup
was pinflred by Trainer-WhIte
and rested for bne year. He re-
turned to the rapihg war* with
much sounder underpflnings
and skyrocketed to the top, de-
feating the best horses An the
coutnry for almost two con0-
cutive years under top weights.


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Vital Statistles
Name: Bruce Orvis (S6)"
Class: Junior
Age: 17 '
Weights: 155
Height: 6-0
Position: end
Experience: npne


'Bamr, Florida Incensed At
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Tennessee'sUse Of Ineligible

NEW YORK, Nov. 27 (N )- wlCch
Using an Ineligible player is not mum"ff
exactly new in high pressure col- d. long ears of Armytt
lege football, but Alabama and M i thorough inanwo
Florida are a bit upset, to -y nows -who's around and w*o
the least, about the case of Ten.- Jn't.
nessee's Jimmy Hasla. ..
After Haslam had participated CV ." AND ECl'"Cge
in no fewer than eight games -
count 'em Brig.-Gin. Bob ii m.1 c.ed
Neyland, It says here, suddenly
discovered that Haslam appeju R Ttoh
ed in the fourth quarter o.e XteetMpe o
Missassilppi game of 1949. ta- jeI^.t.
ful examination of the pletitfa ....
of this contest brought about" the .
disclosure that the Vols teama
captain and fine offensive tackle r a
was in hii fourth year of varsity ."'
competition. ,. smyler, cu
Protests were first lodged it
far back as last Sumtier, and ya',he wouli
Commissioner Bernie Moore of '
the Boutheastern Conference tis *
being severely critcised for- V.th .
spending such a long time in- rW Ithe DB
vestigating and studying 'the
film. -
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REPORT ON KOnZA, O 0 l6
Because of the loom wl.
Which the H.l-amw
handled, a lotof peoj*
d when it Woas r tt
S t& a fullback candidt, t2 hd
performed against ghate i a
i194, and therefore's if8 s
been playing over-time.-
Loose handling creates loose
talkC -
Kor suffered an lnju of
the kldney in the Florda trolic.
AlabbAm and Florida are high.
ly incense d because they were
hit where it hurts most ln the
pocketbook. High Mogul Mooe's
lg delay ma have ost each
the rich ze h oes with a
New Years Day Bowl game.
It was intended to hold So-
phomore Haslam out in 1949 to
give him three more mature
years of combat Boys do not just
run dot on the field on sudden
impulse, especially for well drill.
ed and disciplined Tennessee un-
der General Neland. They are
ordered into the gamp.
* Even in these dNs with plt-
toons covering the entire .ild
running on and off, asuatittll
keep a close cheek o playlon
time.


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Purse: $1,500.00 (Added) Pool Closes: 4:40 p.m.
QUINIELA

"CUERPO DE BOMBERS CLASSIC"

1. GRISU . ............. .R. Vtiques (1) 128
2. TRAFALGAR .......... V. Catillo (2) 112
3. (AVENUE ROAD .......... A. Mena (3) 108
4. (cOSE HIP ............ S. Sac (4) 116
5. CARMELA II.......... A. PhI (5) 122
6. PORTERS STAR ........ R. L. G9i (6) 96
7. VAMPIRESA ........... B. Pulde (7) 19
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By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor


New erstty.'louston is IVI; U.
.0 ao bur Alabama Is
forefr' rn.
-The o -makelrs pick Okla-
homa to, have 'the easiest 'Satur- -
L afteetp01tp. The, Sooners. are frALMeCLANE
pont"'aVrites against the % stliter
Okaoma Aggies.
W e havet oe odd winter jobs
I to cla ACWY. Qrios a-
Jim Iman a wait know how tor
Jim um put hi away so tey
won't e best way I
a. s J know of l*t a large card-
board mat. be. It you p
Siti i' th6 tube l ae:o the boat -It
l will prevetLm from cracking
0n *whh e hor e- they often do
fS when folded.-. :
nf l atmuI2T nlfl The tube glso si in I sup-
U t iiplyg ventiD to the inside
of the boot Wd -it will absorb
S"iany remaining moisture. You
T[ATAo orga N can usually get these mailing
.(. -, Coah Nov.n2 of tubes* a a hardware store, an-*
(VlP) coach* Tatum Of they're made i- a variety of
Maryland aMd today that a re- sh' es
port saying he would quit his .,
tobme head coach at There's another' letter here
rt, aurolna la' strictly sp- from a man who Wants to know
ulalon," whether chubs and suckers are
'tul say# he.hasn'tdonfer'- detriment to a. treA l- th
fials an4 definitely not beeia source of s
anoewho While both spec ies are b F.!w
been aproched. b an yone a i spawn-eaters, in this dL

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Including the trout. if the op- gt an
Lprtnlty-.wer-presepted. but on in
lMeltT-;mo rrrow- to be a certain reeable blo- fr
Me Tw -, logIcal elaton between the
aamA asbl Lel urn-1 bsulei, and trout, -The uter-
Panama baseball Leas Un- Ifk trout' and sucker nave th: re
rpiresaT-- W 1. ty sates inW lithe lme.-j
ton Parchlent i '- P tyof good eastern streams h
voies .t 1a a pgotoe&-'. a cottaln all three species, and
DIG tadImtP _0 Out th e only time the coarse fish
for Saturday terfl o
buaiet gme tw.0b! co!9icuous and over-
act t out gameaIS
Chesterfield Saone a; *W ..14 ae"m incurs so much
The g has.e h. beeds 2W atrig presre on the game
The g 12-ttibeStSSo i. ..... tfat .the coarse fish' can
ama' anti-tu-berctloea y thout interference.
atnThe re.a PBa.atiAa a "Bn nd suckers compete
rae regu -o Ptaaut for food, but on -


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By BEANS REARDON
24 Years li National League
Question: There's a runner
on third base with one out. The
*tter 11its a fly ball to the right
fielder. The runner tags up. The
third basenian places hImself
.-C, in direct line of vision and be-
Sfore the catch is made deliber-
ately sways his body from side
to aide, thus In a great measure
Blocking the runner's view. What
Metl a should the umpire take?
MR Bll Wise.
Answer: The umpire shall a-
ward the hummer the right to
s 6ore. This trick play Is seldom
Sled Int baseball, but new and
t It oceans, It has been called
in the American League three
me tfsM by Bill McGowan. The
third basema is obstructing the
r unner from advancing, ceaose-
quently should be penalized.
Q. Has anyoe ever hit a fair
young of ba out of New York's Pokl
Food suV- Grounds and Yankee .Stadium?
Andy Lewis.
now that A.. No I b hwa evwr been

rder. I.ate st Atfts CBG baI att ja
0nce t0,haiJfteso's drive Into kah Ave.
sensatton. .e posibly eing the daddy of
Wt around auL


ptart de-
tavor-and
;h delicate
imnd put
}pinp; into
me grreas
Sthe fillets
a Into the
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over these
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Q. Which pother led the Yan-
kees in victories at night, last
easan? Tommy Lawrin.
A. The World Cauagbui lack-
ed a stickout night hurte. Aljle
Reynolds, 7 and 3, was betVi
RaseMl, 4 a %d 3, was second. a
compared to the Indans' Early
Wrim114sand the Athltlets'
Saoy limits" 10-3.
Q. HIow old is Pudge Heffel-
fterw- George Petbody.
. &. vim frtsl Yale football
star p 4, and still going strong
ona I oil ranch near Blessing,
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NEW YORK, Nov. 27 iNEA) -
Wf reverses the credo hav-
.g t6,do with the good big mah
beatifs the good little one.
'Buhan authority as Joe Wil-
Man draws this to your atten-
tion, Wihman, who has won more
chatplonships than he can list,
is himself a middle man in phy-
slque.
"If you're a little guy and want
to be A champion, take up bowl-
ing," says the perennial Ameri-
can Bowling Congress Tourna-
ent ad national match game
star, '" e. shortie has a natural
advputage on the alleys.
"He's closer to the hardwood,
has les margin of error putting
the tbal down. His more acute
angle of delivery tends to pro-
duce ia better working ball.
"Tail men have less strength
In their arms. Andy Varipapa,
for example, has short, thick
irms that never tire. Because
they have more of them, lanky
men also have trouble control-
lMng their legs.
"Of the.18 men who have won
the, c&tional match game title,
only are six-footers. Hank
Mad, five-seven, boasts the
motSW00 games in ABC compe-
titlam.Allie Brandt, who weighs
only 126 pounds, turned in the
highesd three-game total, an
886."
It i$ totally unnecessary for a
bowler to throw his weight a-
rounil
SH9M TURNS IN BIG JOB
FOR ITTE MEN
peaklwde of little men, Ira
oTh .M didn't dismiss Bobby%
Shantis because of lack of 'size
when he first saw the five-foot
sit-inch, 138-pound left-hander
on Philadelphia sandlots. The
old catcher had been around
i .I h to know that all a
piM required was an arm,
co I and the ability to think.
9fBntz did a tremendous job
for _.,Aft who needed it, but
a 4l most valuable vote
w o l have gone to Allie Rey-
noli ft Shants won only two
ga e fopm Aug. 22 on, which
Sthin the real racing takes
place.
Wahoo Reynolds won 20 games
for the Yankees, all as a starter.
The Cherokee relieved in six
more, jihout permitting a score
'and,'ar -; them oing to the
World Champions. From Aug. 30





THEY
DIDN'T
SERVE


on, he won five and saved two
more. He was the man who di
the job.
With Ferris Fain retaining 1*
batting championship and tla
most valuable player In..
and the most valuable recruit l
Harry Byrd, the A's collected, -
full allotment of honors for A
aggregation that was sufferia.
from the shorts financially a.n
supposed to be falling .apart.
ARMY'S CYCLONIC FINISH
MAKES IT A GAME ,
Army and Navy would ha&e
sold out Philadelphia's huge
Municipal Stadium, anyway, bId
West Point's cyclonic finish a-
gainst Pennsylvania gave the ,
show a big lift as a contest...- ,
It will be the Cadets' vastly im-- .
proved attack against the Mid1
shipmen's stout defense... Jor.-,
dan Olivar says Princeton had
the best conceived offense p
has seen in a long time... Yale's -
coach believes that on a givet -.
day the Tiger could have repel-
led about any team in the land.
Oklahoma's backfield was the,
slickest four-man unit a lot of-,
people ever set eyes on... Crow& -
er, McPhall Vessels and Leajel :
faked so well they fooled televi
slon cameras, broadcasters and
writers as well as the oppoutiemac -
Elmer Willhoite, Southern Caltf.- .';
ornia's six-foot two, 210 pouA.
strong man offensive senor
guard, is considering profit- -
sional football and boxings...
There'll be considerably more -
action either way.





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Vet's Bureau


Reshuffling

To Save Money

WASHINGTON. Nov. 27 iUP'
- Veterans Administrator Carl
R. Gray Jr. announced a major
reshuffle of the big veterans'
agency today in a move to con-
solidate its activities and save
taxpayers millions of dollars a
year.
Gray disclosed the partial re-
organization in making public a
long-secret $600.000 study of VA's
far-flung activities by the Chi-
cago management engineering
firm of Booat. Allen and Hamil-
ton.
While accepting some of the
firm's proposals, the VA chief
rejected a suggestion for replac-
ing the agency's 70 Regional of-
fices with a smaller number of,
less costly centers. He said thec
regional offices will be retained
as "one-stop service stations for
veterans."
Gray also said he has no plans
to reduce veterans' hospital ser-
vice further and that he intends
no new reductions in oersonn1l.
Rep. Edith Nourse Rogers R-
Mass. whn will head the House
Veterans Committee in the new
Congress. had said she would
oopose any cut in medical ser-
vice.
Under the new set-up. Gray
will have a department of-me-
dicine and surgery, an insur-
ance department and a veter-
ans' benefit department. Each
will beheaded by an official
with the rank of deputy ad-
ministrator who will report di-
rectly to the VA chief.


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.."Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Linicoli.


TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR.


PANAMA, RI P., ;ilTURUPAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1952


~TKC4eM


Coronation Preview:


Here Are The Jewels That Crown England's Queen
By ROSETTE HARGROVE '. ,
NEA Staff Correspondent
LONDON-The 7600 privileg-
ed guests who will attend the
coronation ceremony at West-
minster Abbey next June will
have the opportunity" o Iseeing
the largest cut diamond in the
world, the "Cullinan."
When first discovered in
South Africa in 1905 it weigh-
ed 3035 carats (roughly 24
ounces) and was about the size
of a man's clenched fist. The
diamond was bought by the
Transvaal Government and pre-
sented to King Edward VII on
his birthday.
LDITOR'S NOTE: Here's the
third of four dispatches in
which NEA Staff Writer Ro-
sette Hargrove takes you to
England for an exciting ad.
vance look at how the British
are already "getting cracking"
for a big event that's still more
than six months away the.


The n e w departments w ill coronation of their first Queen
handle activities that previously since Victoria.
were divided among a number
of VA sections. It was then cut into four
Gray. who called the new ar- large brilliant, the largest of
rangement the "very best." esti-hich is the "Great Star of
mated that it would save about Africa weighing 51 112 arats
o10.000.000 a year in operating and now set in the1 head of the
costs. The survey firm thought now set in the s head of the
an additional $15.000,000 a year Royal Sceptre which is held in
could have been saved through the Queen's right hand at the
Ita proposed o r g a n iz a ti on coronation. Two hinged dia-
changes. Gray said he did not mond clasps hold it in place
know how much his plan would which allow the diamond to be
save In that respect. removed when required by the
Gra said some of the reorgan- Queen for Yearing as a pen-
tustion already hps been put into dant on great state occasions.
effect and that other phases will The second portion known as
be completed later. the "Second Star of Africa" is
Grav flatly denied that the VA square-shaped and set in the
is guilty of overstaffing. point- center of the headband of the
tng out that its workload has in- Imperial Crown of State which
creased tremendously as a result contains 2783 diamonds as well
of World War II and the Korean as many other precious stones.
fighting. It is more than likely that Eliz-
abeth II will wear this lovely
crown when she returns to
Buckingham Palace after the
.l coronation ceremony.
SThe Coronation Crown with
which the monarch- is actually
S' crowned is called the St. Ed-
I. ward's Crown. It is of gold set
-. with diamonds, rubles, sapphires
emeralds and pearls. Above the
band are alternating cross e s
and "fleur-de-lis, and over these
ii:,stretch the two complete arch-
Se symbolizing the heredity and
i..i' independence of the monarchy.
These arches curve downward
in the center, symbolizing roy-
alty. Large drop pearls, said to
Make checks payable to Crua have been worn as earrings by
sade For Freedom. Chase Na- Elizabeth I, hang from the
tional Bank. Balboa Branch. crossbar of the gold and gem-


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ti'm see aomof bes iaus tldshis- Ii
.etg death and wtr- bpw ty JSl
rattrthetabiM Ad yowl b happy,. i'g
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THISE AzE THE CROWNS: Wistolo Crown of St .w.teft, wltB which Ral-mtIg
areth x4e crowned, it worn but oese in the Ifeatim n. a lovereig Bl- thenenly t
ialtmu, after which EtlOabetl will exchanui It for the i hbte $ Wr
Most vaable ibralcrows in a world, it hpBia.l 18 a U p.


TU$ ORBS AND THE SCEPT1Eht J n.g's orb (left) is six in*I., ae
thyst O*i which the cross rests. Queen's orb (center) was mame for
consort reliedd as William and Mary. Top of Royal Sbept-re *ig
Afrhia, world's largest diamond. It can be deta ched and woM.W.Qu
studded cross surmounting the shillings, which are afterwas & w
orb tn 2top of the crown., church officials. :
The crown itself Is extremely A
heavy, weighing 4 112 pounds, Apart from the traditional all
and tor this reason in tne cor- galia, the Queen may we tr It
onition ceremony it rests on whatever pieces of her own j T1
the head of the sovereign for elry she chooses at her corona-
but a few minutes before be- tion. Beneath her robes she w1-u
ing exchanged for the lighter- wear full evening dress and da
1 1\2 pohanas -- imperial Orown select any pieces she ieels ap
of iWtate. propriate probably a ma- i l
I ex m importance as em-nificent necklace, earrings and ( t
blems of sovereignty are the bracelet. .
oro ana the scep.res.
'The Royal .ceptre- is about Like any other woman El ,
three feet long, is made of abeth II values her jewelry. o
gola riciW stuudea wLn gems. only for its intrinsic worth but
it is surmounted by an oro cut also for its history hrn relation
from a large'ametnyst, girdled to herself.
with diamonds ana ruojes and a 'One of her favorite t I a r a A
magnificent dismona cross in which she wears very frequent-
the center of which Is set a ly, is the one Queen Mary gave
line emerald. Beneauh the oru her for a wedding present. --
ana trgsa s the enormous, pear- She Is a.so very fond of the
shaped and flawless "Great Star sapphire and diamond necklace o
o01 Atrica." a wedding present from .
late king which she wore'
The orb surmounted by a a recent photograph, as well,
cross symbolizes tne domina- diamond braceet. which was
tion of the Unristlan faitn over wedding present from the DI
the world. It is never placed of Edinburgh, -
iri the hands of a consorE, but *. *
only of a reigning Kin g or In some pictures of ite QO Vn,
Wueen. specially taken for Mgton. .eS,
nation souvenirs/ Ilp .s al.dv
The King's Orb is of pure wearing a diamonW tlUs,. a we4 l
gola, richly girdled with a pearl- ding present from tle Niam of
ornmered tillet, inside when are Hyderabad a thng ftth
large ruDles, sapphires ana em- floral design whteh.~ be. d.W
eralds surrouncecidby diamonds, tached to forsn a piecec. o
The surmounting cross Is aep- jewelry
rated trom ne roi oay a large Tiara rowns jrone
ametnys;. The cross is heavily are alrma 4rtu t
jewelled, a fine sapphire occu- winddowso :in
pying tne .enter iront witn an costume y d t enti
emerald at the back, The arms Lndtji T I t be theses
ox the cross are studded with favrewte next
diamonds and pearls. year's.: brdes aalo 1b
The iewelfed SRtte wnrd M-.the a


BY DOQTGLA-
NA Staff CoUH
PHILADELJm4 l4l1IQ'^
A new and. ,: $
U. S. worker
in on a big shait-
its of the comtrti7.
porations. ..
This prediction" ea4z,
the fifth annual coh. .
the Council of Proflit
Industries, a fadt groWn
ganlzation with a. nembmer
of more than 600
playing more tha.
workers. MemberI 1W'1 e
outfits as Sears RPidbuck,.
torola, Procter& Oambleo
Eastman Kodak.
More than half of tkak*. at-
tending the annual Meet
for the first time, wtere- re,
resentatives of compapiM fr.1
all over the U. S. and anlada
Whq, were not members but
'who were eager to learn mote
about profit sharing plans;
,.Wese are some of ile plans
N 'store for workers '
cas h- plan wherein a. eir-
.perbentage of the firm's
v Is added to the regular
Wes and distributed periodi-


'uswe. dividend plans where
percentage of Athe dividend
-ohnced at. he same time
kholder dividends are de-
and In some cases is de-
Ite ned by the amount. of, d(.
vind paid to the stockholder
O rding to a pre-arranged

Stock ownership plans in
chich the employee share es
'rough the issuance of com-
any stock, 4 th beco
'e of: the ownto.
Trust. ,plana iU which, a cer-
tan proenta o & the compa-
!y'S* profit 1 aeui ulated. in .
trust fund or- employ", withI
or wtthot empokipye qantrbaq-
tions, .ad payable upon re-
S remont.
: I&t4 con.Ing. w=ss--fv
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