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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: 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
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00214
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Canal Zone employes, Who own vehicles and Ki"O
the city of Colon, will be charged the same yearly li-
rates.,s all other residents, beginning Jan. 1, 1953.
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Mayor Jose D. Baz6n to follow this procedure in i
1953 license plates to Caonl Zone employes it was
n6Uriced today. oe ,-_wa
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hig that he "found no (legalpi -i .
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the Panama Forelgn Office, re-
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si To -p the._ al ae rates
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miscellaneous.
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b'lldin.- 'Rockies.
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PAGE TWO THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER

THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNED AND PUBLISHED By YH PANAMAD AMERICAN P** [aboO. News D .r cger---Nien rl
LOUNDo Bv eNELSON ROUNU"VELL1 IN 25L N.
S1HARMODIO ARIAS;. Elton
67 H STRE T *E PT 0ox 1 34. PANAM l A. R O Ad
TELEPHONE PANAMA No0 2-0740 IS6 LiNES) And
CABLE ADORES PANAMERICAN. PANAMA
- *C.ON OFiCE 12 174 CENTRAt AVENUE *ITWFEN 12TH AND I3f1r STREET
FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVEn JOSHIIA POWERS, INC Om lent
1,RA ManiS N AVE Nrw YORK 4171 NC m e
AM MONTH. IN ADVANCE 1111.70 5 2 SO I".0
FORq SE MONThS. IN AOVA1NCI ,,,go3 80 00
FOR oN ,eoAR. N oVANCce___ is so 24 oo00 BY IPCTOR RIESEL DrewSs :o ork6
sve na oral t te SoLn I too, came out of the slum. yr O c IakB
"TRIS is sOUR FORUM -- THE READERS WN COLUMN Beiore I could reach cookie the giving holiday; Tn
cjar. I know tt. double use of the .f ,. \u. l
TH E k M A IL B O Through my childhood swirled But |'-.C, ...
the brutal Black Hand, the mur- 4'.
derous Mafia, the street knit- "IM% W -
o wings the brawls of tenement ,._" N O. tur WI b.a Wao
The Mail Box as an open torum to rea ders of The Panama A ser- families without money. . Mil 5 f alStM andU ot tW
icen. Letters are received gratefully end are handled in a wholly coai- Some ofL the gang went to a.0 .. wof .
dentlel manner. Hollywood as the years rolled as the a of states i ght
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appeer the on, some into high government *. A tb- the O fO-rtate o ht
oeat day. Letter. are published .n the order recei ed. posts and some to the electr WN ic, 'h s a ungtI-isifo r.u u.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page lugth. chair. Some became script writ- f a e urt
Identity of letter writers is held on strictest confidence. ra, some turned scientist Some o but
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions became spies. Nt
expressed in letters from readers Two f those who became es- T lteem te d aS e T-- .
-- ^-0 pionage agents of the SovietV "iis o e
Union await electrocution In the osralg. *gn f t tits,. U
SHOULD PRE-SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN BE ADMITTED Sing Sing death house on the "
TO CANAL ZONE THEATERS WITHOUT PARENTS? nignt of Jan. 15. Death was al- .on.. did :ot
St pu ways ugly even to those who and theOm w1 1tter,
To the public: heart-ound it commonplace on push- -a nd -.
I have never heard of any rleor regulation as heart-cart-laden streets. But the crime -fi n I_'
breaking as the one recently established In the Cocoll theater of Soviet spies, Ethel and Julius thit .
by the manager of that clubhouse. tosenberg, is uglier. They sold lheobigj
I refer to the rule of children under six not being admitted out their country and their peo- Viri, bi-
without a parent even though these children have their ten cent ple-nmy country and my people. that t s i i mn
ticket money. o I appeal to reason, to all ohe & . t
My child and many others are given an allowance, of which the merciful good-in-heart, so
they save part or all for the Saturday afternoon movies. These who are bringing the greatest "00._ ha . in one .n-
shows have always been for the children and I wish the public imaginable pressure on Preul i ]
could have seen the many children under six crying n the Co- dent Truman and Judge lIr t
coil clubhouse last Saturday afternoon because the lady wouldn't Ing Kaufman, not to temper _yir 1
sell them a ticket. your loathing of treason. FortewlaeoiR Z8Ft alo r
I have been informed that the reason for this is because that's what it is. These are h0 tem5a5 tiec keyt
small children cause a lot of disturbance and trouble. Don't could, methodleal master plea sp0o In Tit le Prl't, .
children over six? o recruiting agents forThe IOW I =0 0 7 .. -
Since when does age have anything to do with the obedience ing .. traitors.t New .ea8
of children? If I remember correctly, children who didn't be- The good-n-heart among the New
have in a movie were warned and then taken out of the show :itLzenry are saying this convic- a tor. -
bya the u Ion of the Rosenberga was a faorg a iage p e tmm6laeyftrin in
by Thisrule keeps nine well behaved children out for one peacetime Fontence. ea. Bute of pie Whie House means sJow 'tlat.e ulier
I1-- --u--, went a Perevioe on reat, but otherwim, tohlir
child's unruliness. Is this rule going to be allowed to stand or .or a war time crime. o eePSt = w ltoho e ,*
can something be done about it? And who can do it? The Judge Kaufman sentenced I
public. Sure, I know it's in the by-laws, but is one of those these global thieves under 1_wliabut .'aHL
rules which were never enforced. 1917 statute, passed when the .1.-'i b be 't-e O
There are many of those "blue rules" if one wants to be worst a spy could dO was to steal th...
mean enough to hunt them out, and it would take meanness to tU plans tar a flying egg crate 'a ed n ,
enforce one on children who wait all week for the Saturday iled a biplne. 'he secret bae a I ..
angrie. A Restrained Parent. the frigntening formula zor the W ....'
Sold's most powerful weapon- to a o, 1 bao etE.- .
the A-bomb. sep|rtmeta Censor p f
"DISGRACEFUL" ROAD CONDITIONS ', he good-In-heart are saying D e p r m n t, I Ae n s i p' i
REPORTED IN LOCAL RATE TOWN the Roosenbergs fought for an rmaLv i tc
iaeology and were cuped. '- e n are mo Ugs irhaps,
Paralso, C. Z. They were notl They worked y O ULA- LA EN mre C. ......
Editor Mail Box Column on a level higher than that aof By D LARSEN fro Th .mMu. haveftre ron t-ale t
Panama American Alger Hiss anra Whittaker ChTan rot- ra No.be b atn wnaf *14E o t -
Sir: l aoers. o bit 10 STueweaaka wii I Please allow me space in your column to call the attention 'l'ey were not couler. 'They it n't -e k w. I-I
Party or parties responsible for the maintenance of themoraser s i se co Secutrye- WAS eI= M the JtalL 4i d- eU-F
of t he patiaes n e l t an ae t reported arecy to e ur WA INGTON-(NA)-The first evaluation upset when they first saw It, although they were wrloe and vWv ontthe-s. carte f allt i
roads in the Cneveranaly sort o work, construction or otherwise, Is na py xakole, tn nervous of President Trtuman's controversial order which both in favoi.o I general aim. House. u Wite
- oeInor aond U S ora ownsextracaution ohr pre- ee n ated man disguised eus t a form of military censorship on news comn- After months of diligent work they removed OCharl hy "-stab W is a-.e
being done in or around U. s Rate towns, extra caution or pr- enRus ed man ic sgulaed as g out of civilian agencies will be possible when most of the obviously obnoxious sections of the ordered to m u the dI l e rto a n
eauton is taken to see that proper and well kept detours are uassian Vice-consula here. Thethe new administration moves in. NSC draft. Short then called in a group of lead- I the near tur.and
maintained. Not so in this case. ''nc iosenberp pain oif. They It will be the first time since the order went In editors to see it. Sig rd
It is an abominable shame and a darned disgrace to vhat- recruited new members. i'ey Io eff e On ireL 5. 1951, that a new and Im- ey flatly rejected the whole idea as ben hae de d wae
ever department (maintenance. municipal) or contracting Com- -.promisea expensive enaucathon a rtoal ffectroupne 25. 1951, authority to review an the baim ey flroachment on freedom o the prea, an d oft Me f M ader want to
vany is responsible for the rotten condition that exists on that ney asaea tneir agents to be .rtial r0u e i e authority to re he baicecracoan ofremoth esano t
piece of road that enters and goes through the town of Paralso. constantly on tne alert or other babeseanddetermine whether or not the re have ,unneceaty. the I
It is obvious, that it is on account of it being a Local Rate young men who might be used been ibIt ags. a- Ispite of tese bjrestinst the Presidentiut l, plbee cnt do
town that this condition is allowed to continue. as couriers and spies. ef n It against wide protestsfromthe ItInsto pihft. Andfpres sgo upsa.t Psntu 'ty
Now I am asking the heads of the departments, (To Whom Wnen the oasenoerg d- pr shortly after putti it into effect Tresi- to e f leht It.A ndp omrousicontinunc ho
At May ConcernI to take a ride out there eapecay after it paweu the napLess farry Ool demitarysell awhichdtw eciaa tec t us the legal excuse for Its conutnuaie tlo-fe h, -.,#r-,era that 1
rai i n his own private auto,d not a P n n Can al -Co. car or I po Alam os toa contact tnier Is,-'b t e yth Ite.2.ou" . be tg alk...- -"" th.: ler
ontractor-owned vehicle, and see what he thinks of it. aLan there, i was Gold, carry- attended to turn aso c for in an ear ecu
Here's hoping for some kind of fair repair -job very soon. Imngwora irom the pair, who toid H 1e 1121d t1. t It intended to -turn loose also called for In an earlier c.21N."
rop wRentrm eos i mos wh a lo& had been Incorrectly set up the government's loyalty program
Wrieragen..- According to! government l wyers nfeithero:00.
J. -.A Pa Car"Owner. we l ,'or King on. dageng w th e for ar, ".. .."
"- "nala @14. l garded 'at has P idntwll* i fo s Rs.h
LOSS OF ARMED FORCES PASSENGERS EA SItic reseatc, construction ab lasr o ansld eoe
BERTHS EMPTY ON PANAMA LINE ~VEi nesing grounds knew less than i 6. mor c es- can rescind- the order wi
ERTHShe ,omner in New York: l" ,e tr It Ist known ethatasu a m .li .met .the
.1 b6NutrvBalboa, C. It n sa to assume they nand st e set to review President i s very secuity heet aeOheodt -
11 Box Editor cuumd only have gotten tnehL ini and. y""- g-e notcome U0 With be geerall sympathetic to the aim of the
Box Editor r irom a vlet anything cvincag to d other e. However. It is being pointed out that if his nm m t
We: wwttn o urc e o There is one obvious about the ability of aides find their files full of abuses, Iket will haA
We wonder why the powers that be don't want the Panaa% I,41ihgence source? the itself to the oder. It it no choice but to rescnd it.
Line ships filled with capacity. We think it would be nice if It they had agents inside thePeres Itself to therdo ce t t theo e neversw seu des who hall see- the Pr$dent
$'our paper would publish comparative figures of last year, the atomic instahtons, why It f eor ument a breaches of security by civilian o n.- on ..
against the number of passengers carried aboard the Lane since' is it wrong to believe itos.oon- to rabreAch es of ut a fin1 brs h
the Panama Canal Company cut off members and employes of, bible they nad agents, or Welar .r9 -ll .e.oi I .I -I a mo t Pent hit--....... w . la wee8k41a-fhed h s 46th- da
the Armed Forces from riding at a reasonable rate. ing -a agent, m the hyr- t i now enUrly fto
heesmwhihonlecontrino bombtlaheratories? schy have Jammed fil wh ony ont respoible for most of the seur a ek. But political elte of a
Naturally, with several other lines advertising passage for el bomb laboratories? This have stupidity or e ianery hat p sibl- the order doesn't apply to Congress. and the t nited ta
$120 to New York, and being able to fly to New York for the would save the d usmans years evidene of pid ore nt-the order doen t apply to Conres .a d thest anct ot
$180 the Panama Line is now demanding, people aren't going to ant the development0te tycan sn he fu at d PentgonIsalways supposed to havehd a th e ther fr t
,nyttheiereto. ent e, T he hid aa Of -I be I s 112-1o security codeUIn effect.t hna , 't tat 5 :30. k -
paa their rate.bo te Pt" tth u
But why? What is the reason for this ridiculous rise in It was General Groves him- s aonasoeir thaw.oresidenpth
fare? Does anyone profit from it? Do they prefer that the sail wno tool me oi ine rosen- presiml draft !!wh-Notso meho1.nt.'
ships go with one-third capacity? It won't be long before they sergs' thear-te sketch and 12y rneLshr .wa5seh and y ih
will have difficulty manning the Line with stewards.Pan.Of 9l of not-aosent by ine Los 1p tl e ofoband lthr ee
whose income is from tips. a oa agent atheosenoere The late oe ort. orile h Ne pe the attempt to cover up at of the order t o .
Senator Gillette is reported to have written back that he is avea the Russians several years secretary and hiaissistant. Irlving Pgei !.is saoPd to telling how ". W Wich The0I n Ow
deeply interested in finding, out the reason why the ship he re- of rernamh@ta know. 3e etHe wentelrihY
turned on had but 44 passengers. Groves should"know. He went both veteran WmahIngt". 1111.pauatelgh.-The' sise wer O
Formerly, as most of ouknow'ten spaceswere set apart through tne hwtaenes orethe rlseoon. Wa-t
aces were assigned on available basis, thus makig eeyone Now we "SravTeTe Tke-o-ul ...My.
for anentire family, and so morale has hit another new low. senerou cmomtteewos spr t ging

AP sominform. ULJons In Peiping, :""--
Answer t Previous P zzle soviet Caina; unions in ang- .... ir.qt
M th 'EmUp, I. M 0 land, The.North London District During the heat of the l" -m-esians bave done nothing to a. .etary of r-.
A oEmUPa u. *.. a committee of the Amalgamated General lenhower's t IM li p idnt fit to to/Je--herpledthat
__________________engineering Union, the Gates- was assailed by the s Ia e responslbll tles In ther m -rain inthiS ",
hIOTL La. .ead Branch .of the Associated play" and a "cheep "a I _....._,
1- and Mike 5 Busy or- M a .. u N men and- Stemen; Mexican in the Drtn.ANnominees foCr,.i_
4 and fall 6 Time of year EL IA A f E E painters, and Paul kobeson sud- When ballot _n wg _r, ]. the i .
jU1rsineh friend asheeplike lN ^ oergs. Tnla ls the hand of the firing his own pls ..to-.g
-S Wel e 9 Bld or- MA EAS (jonaruorm touching its propa- vou still desire to gto trEo ~i aiwt
14 11rn 10 Italian city As IA LAS E ganinmta across theworba witn a Now, beset by ur l a
ll Pto and 11 Bird's home ort I I L N ,'outlcal wand. tn -g p ....e.
l.' ten coin's edges 27 Partner 41 Outmoded New kori Cisy. Br 9-9694, a new trip for reasons of t~., ha
3S ebrew 19 Weitd 28 Plsteau 42 -and eall headquarters, recently siltied and again of the.,
.' eeties 23 Metal bolt 29 Jewish 43 English river ,rom In old Communist Party Yet, with ao l Me lbs b d U s dmorn I,
3 Encountered 25 Monkeys 31 Annie 46 intend tios in the Ca ser Jus. herself ha s lus eudsp ilis Bofg e I. n
and South 3 CAtch 4.nsophsti Who lead f I tell you. battlefront. Neporte turn flpe 2
-. imaaigo mountain 40 Dissent 48 Formerly who ve been Soviet lun propa- have e wsto tgbel .is, Demo.rss- m
WIne cup chain or 50 Ful (muax) gandista for years.. Imie proiv en w ay d a gi ag g. M ideas.


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t press conference. The veteran Republiean
id a budget cut Jor the coming scal ear,
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Advertisers superstructure of the carrier crew member. An 1S were picked
1y m'. ERA USB Kula Gulf during a routine- up from the chilly water by
Y.u Ja practice rippea thie bimp's thin the UTS Harry Bauer and taken
Ss TUe d skin, collapsing It like a toy to Norfolk, Va.
balloon. Hospital authorities said 12
aL AThe craft plummeted Into the were treated for minor aches
-advertisers j A c e sea and burned but Its 13 crew- and bruises and returned t~
advrtied admen were able to get out before their base at the Weeksville,
SM 'E. -WLIZAB1SH CrIT, N. C., Nov the fire started. N. C., Naval air facility neat
-28 (1UP) Naral officials said The only serious injury was here.
laters' Ink repred today a 'reas accident was re-
,*i onaible for the crash of a
report was based on in Lavy blimp which deflated and I
m he national adver- P into the sea about 90
g iaret n 190, a year offshore from here Tues-
the Industry's total ex- day. t*
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the total amount, the re-
rt a $1,4012 si ,0 was Deaconess To Be
on adver ing I news-
radio and tlevision net-
antes supplements, Special Preaher
entitled "PrOfIle At Colon Church
g Market," said At o Ilon Church ,
was made of ad- CII 71)
In 1050 because total Services at the Trinity Meth e i(nerad n
In the six medals odist Church, Colon, on Sunday getu re N
were, available only for that will be conducted at 9:30 a. m.
er. by Rev. Normlan Pratt.
.w T Ys 'Tin a. At 7:15 p. m. special preacher
S will be Sister Vera Oridley, Des- 9
M re Toys is cones now visiting Atlantic side
as Make.. churches. Sister Grdley will ,
Xmas- Makers preach at New Providence un-
day morning at 11.
fMNW YORK, Nov. 2 (UP) -I
It looks as though there will be On Monday night she.will meet
more toys than ever inder the with members of Trinity; Wed-
Christmas trees this December. nesday at 4 o'clock. Cativa. and
Norman 0. Wf atetmantel, 7:30 p. m., Ebenezer en Rainbow
pmldent of ., -Agyu.jsiufmac- City. 9
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BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent

-HOLLYWOOD. fNEA) Guys "But Hollywood lan't Intereste
afd Dolls: Wayne Morris fought in making films about bad won
J.o Zeros from the aLrcrafL car- en. It's not censorship that's r
rter Essex as a Navy fighter pi- sponsible, either. I can't figure
!idt during the war. but he wasn't out."
cast by his studio. Allied Artlst-.
Ir "Flat Top," the storv of Navv'MITCHELL'S LOVES
tighter pilots In the pacific. I
I"Casting a Navy pilot as a Na- Millard Mitchell he ol it
TV pilot would be too simple for praying red hair, the raspy voice
a5llywood," Wayne remarked. "I and the overhanging upper lip-
guess I wasn't the type." .5 getting lovey-dovey notes fror
Wayne lives on a 23-acre Fall- middle-aged women and gaspinE
brook. Calif., avocado ranch 107 'This can't be happening to me
miles from Hollywood now but
he isn't one of those actors swvok- It started when un-Gablei<
Ine to support a ranch. .e does Millard hit the jackpot with hi
four films a year for Allied and 1rmv officer role in "Foreign Af
.P- I fair" and it hit a high pea
"1I could quit acting now andlwhen he scored as Connyv Il
live comfortably for the rest ofisafe-cracker, in "My Six Con
nv life lust picking avocados" victs."
Wave's coal for complete re-
tirement Is 1956 but he grins: "I "Nobody ever wrote me a let
flrure I still have 20 or 30 years ter telling me I was cute when
left as a leading man." was on the stage," he groaned or
the set of MGM's "The Naked
A SWORD IN THE HAND Spur." "Now all of a sudden I'n
the kind of actor who gets mail
Director Joseph Mankiewicz from all the old girls. Mv wife
rent his prop man for the 600 answers it and doesn't mind tlh
holnan swords left over from love stuff at all. The more the
"Quo Vadis." The swords were in merrier, she says."
the MOM prop department but l
the prop man came back with Faith Domergue as succe.f-or
distuessing news. Ito Maria Montez and Yvon.,e de
James Mason chuckled a-. he Carlo In Hollywood's oriental
tort me about it. It happened spectacles? Yep. big-orbed FaFth
during filming of "Julius cae- will slant her eyes, jingle her
ar. in which he plays Brutus ,nkie bracelets and peer through
"The swords were perfect pho- .ilmv veils when she completes
fCgraphically," he said. "But '-er first sweet-girl role in "Sl-
they were wearing' swords., ot ous Uprising" at U-I.
nodting swords. Just dummnYi
ilits glued to elaborate scab- 'I had to prove tlat I can
birds. There wasn't a sword in ,-lj a straight romantic lead. so
tha lot. I believe the studio [in- now I can go back to the off-
4Il, had to rent some real swords 2,eat things," Faith confided.
wram another studio." '"For a long time I resented the
.*Caesar" already is being corn-, publicity about being a sultry
Vwred to "Hamlet," but Mesontivre. Now, looking at It from the
roines: "'Hamlet was a .antas- i :onr view, I realMe taM it tlid me
film but I believe 'Caesar' will an enormous amount of good."
-ve much more popular ap-i

TUritics may rave about the I
realism of foreign-made movie-F,
rut Anne Baxter's 100 per cent
f ar the Hollywood product.
ere will be no skipping off to'
trope by Anne to satisfy her
emoting whims. She's satisfied
aind believes:
"The best that can be done on
the screen can be done right
here in Hollywood. Only one
that's a story. Hollywood m nould
feecst 'emr honey with eye-drop-
pers ta
A perfectionist. Anne admits.
"I've wept many a bittl.: tear
'over the roles I've played. B It
sometimes I've wondered whe-
ther it's right to care. Mayoie a
film actress should just come in
witn a bag of tricks and let the I
cameraman do all the work."

'uion declared. are getting led hy
- un with HoUywood's Insisten bc
on making pictures about good or temporary lualI
women! sparkling Eno at and you'l
promptly help autie-ze eceus
Back in Hollywood for a quick stomach scd. Wmes mw ,.tak
visit after talking to women's ao as a speedy, g eae lamativy.
clubs all over the country as a .Cuti-on:,,lue00Y-astinxmudBulya,
come-on for "Big Jim McLain, dgs day--see howgeok itsf
ner co-starring picture with John EFFECTIVE DOUBLEACTIONI
Wayne. Nancy frowned: 1.ANTACI4-e
"Everywhere I went women h LA ATIs P ._
wanted to know why Hollywood 2 LAATIVr!.
isn': making the kind of pictures .8ses. Take
that Eette Davis used to do-you or@j skfw inast,
know, pictures about chei.tmin.
tvi, women who poison theirI
husbands and get away qth itl
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6lse Leftovers In New Way For Post-Thanksgiving Meals
left-over gravy or tomato sauce Poach the oysters in the water
miyv be served over the Toppers. with the salt and pepper. Drain
For a bridge luncheon or any and set aside. Melt the butter
special party, you'll enjoy this de over a medium fire sid add the
lixe recipe. We ate it at The floor gradually. Cook two ur
&Z.Public House in Sturbridge. tbtee minutes, stirring constant-
Mass., one of our favorite New y.
England Inns.
Pour on the oyster liquid and
reameded Turkey and Oysters the cream slowly and continUe -
it. (Serves 2 to 3) stirring, cooking until the saua.
is smooth. This Is the time to
One-half pint oysters, I r up check the seasonindg and the con-
V7. Toster, salt and pepper. 3 table- sistency of the sauce. Justl before
Spoons butter, 3 tablespoons erving add the poached oysters
olotr. 1 cup light cream, 8 oun- and turkey, Serve piping hot
-e: cooked turkey sliced into with slices of toast or in iatty
trios.
-- hk 'O1 Ftrl.ios. "she ~is. G arnish with w ater erem .,


P.V 1GAYNOR MADDOX
NI.A Food and Markets Editor
LPft-over turkey whether .lic- yainish with cranberry
ed cold or used in made" oiqh- Variation Instead of
es can be wonderful caline
Here's a really different recpme: "
Turkey Toppers
Turkey stuffine. thin slir-; o
onion, tomato slices, cooked it.r-
Rev meat-slices or small piOces
--i'id slices of cheddar cne-e .'
Fror each serving-Form a pat- ..
tv of stuffing about 2'i by 1 -
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and bake in a hot oven 140-.-425i
decrees F.I 10 to 15 minutes. or
uiintil thoroughly heated On the
hiot patt Dplace in lavers-t (.r 2
onion slices, tomato slice, turkey"
and cheese.
Return to hot oven and rookie
nboiit 15 minutes or until ct'Pese
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BI h this winterized bunker ia "Sweet Home" to tha e G I
A" proclaim. Fran left: P-e. Wlliam InFOTA ltamewes ja e d o
ftak A. Mor rea le, of Readvile, Man prepare to leave fm lif
Geocie Chun, of Honolulu, T. K., reads nmai from home.


THE GENERAL PUBLIC


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curtain;, A01"
-. ,ltt ,hin *' -:...* -
bu .": 3;,1*.
Maoi Point 4 Ct
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..FOR SALE The assurance of a steady I "development of ftlgatl a
i I market and stable ritces for lites in order to permit
*4 i ellleuae -..agricultural products wa stress- round produloi land hi
-- d t one of the five yields even -IW the wet seo
FOR SALE:--W{ckec -, t needed to at-, ust be an iApesmble
Wheels. O q:0.Q MA nu rapid development of ae any itIral dev
f -wl .c- is.6. md iy 1 RpMt, In Panama." ment.
"owes, .46.aW,1, ^ at the commence- In addition Rogers sugi
No. 5'4 f*3'ft T.. W ats of the National an adequate papgrai of
S. of Agriculture in DI- cultural credit, especially
.FCOMPAN Rogers, director of the small farmer, and
a l, Taid manyfarming techn a. s "
.,.00 worth of food- Densable prere l fofr b.
Sealed bd m a -tnImported annually Ing about In noim aa
wll b .e received I JOL "M M t i Zone and Panama needed agricultural reform
lecerber 9. i f.r fqr froeMen,*1 hther countries "can be
.Bsdins -and-TO;, Flteis;..Ph tn Panama, perhaps .1
Pen. .. ha ly than imported w -.-


Organized, this po- .-
aket for Panamanimn
ild create new wealthy
public and new op-
for gainful employ-
was probably the last
ment address by a-
S.Four official at D-
* declared that the
rhlopment of mechan-
ilo oat rice... corn-
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Christmas. Baxter ilt carefully crate and pack
your most precious crystal, china and furniture.
More and place everything just where you want
it. And guarantee every article will reach its
destination without a chip or scratch.


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. .A O. R .aMAWMRO, N.Y. (UPf -
Het sC t WdMiss sChart Hull, local
ksgiving attorney y nd chairman of the
Broome County Leakne of Wom-
'e h's Ortho4ox pirl en Votes. "They are too willin
CIch In San Miguel wl to do the routine work and let
Its annual Harveat e:eCredit d to the men," she
lWIng Sunday With ape- e. pIlthed.
ces.
not drink and has nest habits."
srJg prayer will be hold at The woman' who described
Chu school 9 am. bers a widow, middle-aged
%L.t fm. a spqlal program, .*ad ote d"eas aotbn," add-
g children of S oseph'sd: "I would rather a man be oa
other churches, 1ll have the nlumpn side for T find most


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SATURDAY Nov. 29th


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," Louise teeter, who has taU# d to the women of the
W t L touise esj r,; of I., rogation, will be held at 7l-0D
w illthito h iM;b
f r., for' __
"j.. t. i several days left the .& jj j W ne
Aufat today to. return to eir rUW ld Wanted,
kic ,to. Dojie InJTupelo, MissisippL
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nStit Vri sto rs D 2aru a n cheon as- p ut home os
-Mr. and Mo. Richard F. Dan- .Edtf -wants Ituha own
rtm' iel 6of Gamboa have 8 theIr foot' do .and wants it kown
of muse guests her brotherIn- 't 4O1t.asiaarriage counselor or
ln.rh -of law and sister, Mr. hantd MS Lya -mbr l he at adIaner.
SnShan. al Amundeon of Rice Lake, Wtr- '. on f hi s outburst
Sorgas coei, who arrived recently by e CThioqo is tbeer
en rdrtW woman. addressed
AllR Star Circl Tor ie eonl to-'t r. O Temple. Tem-
'. Wednesday'IeTIr Ae d. trasburger
Orantu The Al Star Cir of thelp h d husband "not
|en ar- till hold Its regular luncheon- 078 .1 who O2 a home, doeo
from business meeting on Wednesday
York. for 1953 will be held. oil. ThI il betho final meet-




their gueaa, the Soul Comb.
Those planning to attend are ing before the Cbhr.I6tat Ba-
I reminded to bring a covered sar. '
dish for the luncheon.
--- Dance, TonlOtt 'AtLlpn rClub
if AcoRn, otary Club on ire Chi ef Mexa"b* f l_ A erican Le-
mis by The Panama Rotary Club glon Club at FrOt ador and
vacation met yesterday fur their regular tqlr gusts are SAvltei to at-
n Wash- wekly luncheon meeting at the tend the regular wely dance
York. Hotel El Panama and had as toybe held ftsl eveig at the
their guests, Commander Paul Cltb.
Aranho, Chief of the National -
Fi e Department, and his top as- Annual Cb stah-BaU5B
sistapt offleers. The .j Canal Zoe Branch of
bard and the nal La 9 of Amer-
ve Quinn Notle To A Pen Women o Pn Women hold their
d the Svery member of the Canal N l Chrlstmaa Baaar. on
Z.York. Z Brah of the National D ec.nber 5, from 40OO
Lom- League o American Pen Worn- to'90:00p pm. and, on. Satday,
.,nden h ben urged to make a D Iber 6, from ". ajn. to
fas 1Holl- special Oft to attend the busia- 5 m: In. the n Itle Gallery
p, Mr. andness mea on Tuesday, Do- thie Hotql TlQIL


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IF YOU TREASURE TRADITION

Ar CHRISTMAS TIME

then pick a rug that lends gracious elegance to your
festive room.-

Beauty and quality you can see priced below your
Amaginatiori.- W/hy not come in and look at tie
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Questioning Of Treasry
in f T __ ".. + Jra :


CIO Executive VP seTore i a x )WUai hvesAurs
Meets Wit hPolsed Nationalizationa 0 BtiMNvoian. jo .tx

W YOR Noficials Mines Explained By -A d eaddDMe.mber. 4 -V
":.NEW YORK. No,'.8UP,- to question TTEKU4 .n- usuaw0
0CIO Executive Vice- president 0o y John W.nydere
Allan HBaywood returned to Wew! NEW YORK, Nov. 28 1usnIjtia hat 'ueati ^to g 9p a s.t eves office.
York todae to meetwith otfl- The need for a better under- it. We never *1u -red 4n qu :-
cials of t e Trarniport Worker standing by the peoples of theIf ntC to tO Se t -he Ways aind MeIs antsI '
Union CIO which has tireat- Uited i headed
^^H - J A IU endedd to strike uine privately each other's national problems _-rN, t* HI'laJ4 C cg tR-Cal.), -
.....J .H .i J^ *"^ ^ +owned bus lihies here on Mon-.was emphasized by Bolivian 'fdaSw. eA e i tthntb eq rmne at a closed tdrj 4
day. Ambassador Victor Andrade minluppoirt6Ws or. r'of ing next Tuesday what t
Theodore Kheel. imparLial a recent addr-ess he-e in which party no i the. i i T of the 8,009 y a .-
chairmarn ol thle city's transit; he discussed the nationaliza-f (ttLaQiltast-,enMttIo-na'.y IOn hait log" to maie public.
Industry, warned he would seekition of large tin mining pro- ve#ient): pticM naatonaUh6aton *0T document la a record o
Sa-.. 'n injunciion to block the series in Bolivia. Ior-defend.tirM.n t hone conversations a
S. walkout which would affect The Ambassador told mem-1 The some 3,500.000 dally passengers beis of the Pan American Wo- pa7mlienat.MTs aZlei #b phant's four veus as .chief
in the city and lower West- men's Association that "the opspe *t *Ma.,B. -bt tte*r alt of tre Internal Ref e-
chiester County. Good Neighbor policy' is more tnftltUUMt 148. SGt tl.ti ueau.
Ha\'lood. in Atlantic City to than propaganda.' and said health *emte is qStedl so far t resigned last Decem- .
meet with CIO leaders in an was convinced that, the over- via .I c e but .U under fire from the
eo p tor1 make informal selec- whelming majority of U. S itht "vtieW herW e -'Ik 6 nflttee; He never hfias
Stio of a new CIO president to citizens have a friendly and genuine regret that ntionAi h argued with ariy wrong-
succeed the late Philip Murray., kindly feeling towards Latin'tinL bepaMe -tiqaar.j Its doig
telegraphed TWU President'Anierica. Iiel4ing that m j5tigien r .
t Michael Quill: i He assured his listeners that uxer ;ordUiary rcu aAe, obert W. Kean (R-N.J.):
S"n view of the seriousness of the nationalization of the min-lesti mote qutCl and pffectve ndr Republican-member, ha
..^^^ *ithis situation. I now propose ing properties of the Patiflo,tly develop etmotsreee than e ad ti ubcommnttee exect "' '' '
that you and your committee Hochschild and Aramayo groups government. 'Boila'S poverty i tU blicans and tDemo- "e"
arrange a meeting with me at.all Bolivian companies cannotia ,furfber handoleap to oerS- Ata f as ue1i" as meai"e .
10 p m. tonight in New York." and must not be interpreted asinnt exploitation of mineral C s andS Cabinet offl- '
.-- .---- ."a step by a radical government re urces." a els" ed In\ the Olplhant Faltl
St -- L CL hostile to the United States."' "We badly eed and want day.
GVermans Also Sharee ny understanding o the coun- outside capital," the Ambassar Re ,. 1T. CurtJ (R Wpb.) "Sit F*JartI.
STexas try today must take into con-lcontinued. The billions of do- told A *rter he avor De- '
l_ T ... T__Jlt._* sideratlon it-t geography and its lars in the U.S. that seek pro- v t .so Oyder can or twisting! And -4fcr-i
LT. AND MRS. JOSEPH E. LEPETICH following their recent in Tradition past1 he sard. fltable outlets, and the i- r neir1ropl- o
Schweitzer. The couple sadel \Wednesda. four New Ybok and will NEW BRAUNFELS. Tex. Nov. Ambassador An-irade said:are a formidable part pf your In
make their- home inS.n Jose. California. -P UP, "Texas Under Six that 'the economics of tin and strength, wil bI welcome inDo "IF Is testimony as sec-I
malags' the Spanish, Mexican, Ithe politics of tin have domin- livia. As I have stated, and I retar "ofthe trep.sufy and hot
-F'rench. Confederate and United ated events in Bolivia, in des- repeat, my government will try as private citizen Snyder," Cur-' .
S P r n W ii States is a fairly familiar cribing social and ecpnomic eto create an -tmosphere and tis said.. ..
teW ang r umn ta iNng term. v conditions in his country. He will -attraet- -"Iv att. c a.n ".. a ., ,. .
Papa l B Science Not many people realize how- told of the great wealth of the Please bear In mind that only ivhr .ten subcom-
.ever, that other cultures have'three large mining ropertiropertesthe prop les bebging to the i1Jttae. "tere was no_
vOering U.N. FROVO. Utah. Nov. 28 (UP> nad an influence on Texas. Newinationalied and added that'Pato, Aramayo and Hochr tiproper about. . .-
Since man first learned to writc'Braunfels. named for the estate,"the average Bolivian is one *aehid grou' wer taken over. .l ye argo to Y -:.
SN Y Nov has scribbled on clay an of Prince Carl of Solms-Braun- the poorest men in the world.*. Other mihlng.prgoertiesV ,-.' -mI on-
UNITED NATIONS NY. one tablets papyrus ad pa- els. Nassau, Germany, is the' "Bolivia is a land of con- matind In the-hands ot thathr tl cla s made
28. rUPd A mall cresnadion- Del oral point of" a German immi-,trasts," Andrade said. "The con-owners. There are several hun- by U&Weru 'r i-e .
Sfrom 44 cowre re coienering the The ancient Peruvian wrote on gration to Texas in 1845. Prince trast between the riches of theded smqll lmines which will. re-i .4.t t -, "
from 44 country e, or e.s. Carl led a -group of colonistsCouLntry and the poverty of the meln in ttehands of the r dn. tr.gen.ss aL 'hi
aetenth enon o meU This method was reported by who settled are on March 21. people: the fortunes piled up ers. tR- .er.
aton General Aembly. Dr. .N. Wells Jakeman chairmana, 1845 by the tin barons and the fep In th c,.. -
Fr-edericK K Abott ac-redita- of i.e archeoblogpdepartment at ens a day given the miners: res that- nation- h se.
tons otticers oi the Uc N.r de- Br-ham Young University here i te luxurious life abroad of the of the minig. properties, the claim eve was battled
ttons t of pf e blicnformiation, In the first extended treat- Fire Chie-WOarnS favored few and the struggle Amlbasador declared: "We.trate le t ,. ....
dartment ho is ",di- ment in the English laRuage 0 m to survive of the masses, is the flatly that our government Is Kama 11U o the sgb- ,
disclosed hin hi s o ents s -writing. Jakeman reported Against SomeHoir concern of all thoughtful Boll- not fascist. We state that lt t as committee's IBsation s.. .
rectory thacreted om news- the writing was in the form of vans. These contrasts-explain not communist. We give ablin
papers ard magazines. 13rom eraphs or pictures. Lcquers On Sale the upheavals and the social anc that it is not don n a ei' 1h w? in-' It
sndio, 139gfro hotgrapi -. The writing was done on tpl n unrest which have characteri2- by a foreign government. i wh an; 3.
igencts and 160r trom newsreel .-.Abean. cousin to the la BUFTALOMN. T. Novw. 28 tP> ed my country's modern his- point out our need for prift a me -VI be
t gendteeiots con p anies ucan Each character was writ- pire Commissioner Harold story. This unrest will continue capital and our intention to first In several mianths althc$
ten on one side of the bean Oa.R. Becker wafred today against-Util government concerns itself 1 create an atsph w l the kaffh=s-h .active.
SFo owng is a breakdown v the other side, the place of that.hair lacquers which burn like with the welfare of the pe trilll ttraUt t
eotri. ith the number of -'et. in the message was indica- a blowtorch, and the uses of our resoue "Our struggle igide tlgaton hai e' I o
orrespodnts accredited from 'eL.. Tb~\ were carried by mes- Five brands of such lacquers, for the benefit of all." -another and greater gle- most sensational ithe
oespon a .erk.ers in bags. 'all in spray dispensers, were "My government came into the conflict between de war inquirifs condd d by Co-
ach -- ----- 'found on cosmetic counters In power with one policy already and communism," Andrlade. It has le wholale
S Australia 3: Austria. 2- Bel- AWo t d' Buffalo stores Becker said. He decided upon," Andrade said. In ping j i nd crl.-
Clum 3: BrazvJ, 3; Canada. 10; sarm n id there mutt be thousands "That. was nationalization f that
hfile, i China. 5, Colombia. : St tes of these- dis neers in stores the tin mines. The only ques- of th o, which fenll
i te, 1 Cuba, 1; nmrk, In three States ,or in use In omes He warl .. ned 0 \" e's =4 h,.
gypt,, 8: El Salvador, 2, 4s rs to"u t rgid o"t'hem.d "f a "Mal.,,
ane 5; ermany 4; ree, OMAHA. Neb. Nov. 28 (UPI I ut e"o them.id "If- P fl c.a1ps Of .
It Ma- 1; bng & I; Iee-iJoOeph WIlliam Cox, ait alwml.-:a girl rayed the stuff on f e.M
,; Inda. 5; Is 11 It as a "wan mt ~ .airn wlt smok a cigaret.- Or amazingly relieved *
5 e in, 11: Lebanon, 1. Me-' Omaha police who arrested t,-e Oil a gr
S 1co Morocco, 1- Netherlands. i 24-year-old COx said he was ALWAYS ON-JOB i 3 *f 4 emM in doctors' own testl et.l.
'- .'7j Norway, 4: P 0 la. 1; Po- wanted: A A03 o co w h deouyat' to f
'.sd 2 o praI n 2: ylaI2; Swe- I -. tv the Mr Faore for being ITABKVILLE, Miss. UP, _Wnef aid girls who calmfnoeffectontheuteriatn e '
'n. 6; Aze 4 e"boutmand,4 -. ia- dle, telephone overato u f f rom tosM function- --ihthout the use o l ait ..
T 'den,^V ache andnbel'ie 2. Bv Cinci'it6 h if .Po- "a been on the job 25 yeari ache tl eche s of a m ot The eff venem of L a'lb'e a sO MWbee to .. "I n lat A" i ..
i'Trkey. 1; Tlor ofou AtArl- : as theft suspect without missing a day. ,mem p -- who feel Pinkham's ness no pr be subjected to "nsna
2sa, 2 'Union of Soviet Socialt a By Omha authorities as a ups t ritable on cer- the motions of women an Md 4n,"ps
'Republics, 23- United Kingdom, bi:rltJarv a0n forgery suspect. n I k what '#Wian~."
i 'United aties, 194::Vbnezue-! .n for A tson."'a -e .. ylquitke L ywl doifalsbm?' ..-. TkeL.d
.- 1, ad t ulgolavia, 5. Kan. for oected forgery and. I unIeTlartlyI h Take Lydia Plnkhao.., '" l Kinyl I I
Aw Ia ypaasingbadThecks. S uch Is the conclusion through the month. SeeI f l
from -$ by doctors in vou don't get the same reUef Iul lW
% Ownor*-flAft*A%4 4ege.able Compound gave don't Mel "a
coi mptat or striking relief during your .peuiodr -
Ao rrom Atsub distrem in s out if you're triubted spar
rf"4 oftbotstRashes" and I"N
( eFor Meisal r r NOURISHMENT YSre t. Medical evidencedistress of hid # "1.
ym d NOURISHMENT youUfind .1

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o--mmCo .n Weeds
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Growth Of Trees
I MOSCOW, Ida. p&v. 28 (UP)--
Vernon Burllson and Frank Pit,
&an, extenaon foresters and
ziurserymen for the Univerity lof
Idaho. went. an tBelf .afia
checking tour last summaw ait
found that some of the trees tAt.W
had set out a year a pgo Wets
doing so well.
The reason was weeds. the
on,'mom type that grow 4lowff
the ai & ad in e-i y gar-,
den. The weeds can keel paten-:
tiallv mighty forest trees romra
growing tall enough to sbfle a'
child.
"In act,'' Burlison said, "we'
found that some of the trees had1
grown little if any from the time
they left the university nursery
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Famous Paris Sewern
Put In Shape Again
PARIS, Nov. 28 (UP) The
city's sewers-famous the world
I)ver since Victor Hugo wrote
"LPs Miserables" are abnost
tack in shape after having been
let run down during the war, the
water department announced.


. By the end of 1953, when pre-
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huge tunnels should be badk iM
classic condition.
Boat trips for tourists are op-
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mer months from the Place de
la Concorde under Rue Royale to
the Church of the Madeleine.


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NEW YORK. No%. 28 iUP' prisoners would be held by the
The United Nations Political North Koreans and Chinese
Committee hoped for a vote in Communists and that we would
the Korean debate today with be faced, with our prisoners as
India's compromise peace for- hostages, with constant pro-
mula sure of passage by at least crastination so that the political
50 to 5 over Soviet objections, ends which the Soviet Union
The United States delegation hopes to gain in the Far East
has already said it will accept could be attained," Spencer said.
the Indian compromise formula. The U. S. has decided, after
Russian Foreign Minister An- careful study, that India's see-
drei Y. Vishinsky announced ond revision of its peace formula
both the Soviet Union and Corn- meets the "clarifications" de-
munist China reject the Indian manded by Secretary of State
compromise. But the West hoped Dean Acheson and will vote for
to roll up a big majority for it it, an American spokesman said
as a major propaganda weapon, in answer to question about re-
especially in Asia, where the ports from reliable diplomatic
prospects of an Asian-designed sources Wednesday night that
peace plan being killed by Soviet Washington would support It.
opposition was likely to dim en-
thusiasm for the Russians. The U. S. will vote for the In-
Vishinsky failed to block prior- dian resolution with the addl-
Ity in the voting for the Indian tion of a Danish amendment
plan and then tried a parlia- cutting from 60 to 30 days the
mentary trick. He offered a ser- period during which the fate of
ies of amendments that would prisoners resisting repatriation
have transformed the Indian could be debated by a high-level
resolution into a rewrite of his political conference already a-
own Red stacked peace pro- greed upon Ft Panmunjom.
posal in effect gaining prior- Canada's Paul Martin called
ity for his own ideas singe the upon the committee to stand a-
usual procedure is that amend- against efforts by the Soviet de-
ments to any measure must be legation and its satellites" to
voted on first. frustrate all hopes for a Korean
Australian ambassador S ir peace.
Percv Spender charged at the
opening of today's session that Turning Lo Vishinsk.%, Martin
Russia's plan, calling for an im- said:
mediate Korean cease-fire, is a "We have the foreign minister
"counterfeit proposal" aimed at of a great power who refuses to
holding U. N prisoners as host- cooperate in the search for a
ages "so that the political ends peaceful settlement in Korea.
which the Soviet Union hopes to "'Last year In Paris. that same
gain in the Far East could be foreign minister laughed all
attained night over suggestions made for
Vishinsky's plan proposed the solution of the disarmament
controversial issue of prisoners problem. This year, he scornful-
repatriation, which collapsed the ly rejects a sincere effort to find
Panmunjom talks, be left for a solution which would lead to
settlement after a cease-fire by an armistice in Korea. Surely.
an 11-nation commission, which he cannot long escape judgment
would have strong Communist before the bar of world opinion "
leanings.
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Stomach Ulcers Plague
University Officials
WACO, Tex. Nov. 28 i UP) -
Dr. Guy Newman, vice president
-jf Baylor University, drove to
Dallas to visit with Baylor'j
lreeldent. Dr. W. R. White, who
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there for treatment of stomach
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The diagnosis of Newman's ill-
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RUHR ROARS AGAIN-News-
chart above shows the tremen-
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duction since 1946 when the
industrial Ruhr began pulling
itself out of war-wrought sham-
bles. The Germans estimate
they'll produce 15% million tons
of steel this year, 16% million
n 1953 and 20 million a year
by 1957.


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Day and night, around the clock, United Nationa artillmry'fa
ing hill positions held by the North Korean and Chine "
munist forces. At top, an 8-inch howitzer fires on enemy poeit
on the Triangle Hill sector of.the front. At bottom, a batt9ygoe .
into action during the night. Artillery duels are stepping up L.
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Lake


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But Bulldogs Have Big

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Well, it's finally at hand.
The big one-the game between the Lake Worth
Trojans and the Balboa High School Bulldogs-is all set
for tonight at the Balboa Stadium.
Starting time: 7:30.
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BULLDOGS POSI TION TROJANS
68 Bruce Orvis 155 LE 145 Bob Moye 44
75 Jim Fulton 182 LT 170 Ulf ellsten 16
44 Ed Benny 305 LG 180 Jim McCoy 14
74 Fred Cotton
(Capt.) 185 C 190 Caroen Holder 30
S 63 Bob Glud 155 RG 160 Hershey MeChesney 11
67 Carl Widell 166 RT 135 Roy htuberley 43 H
69 Tom Davidson 172 RE 160 Ralph Dupee 2 % T'H/ YEARS SPECTACL.E
72 Ray Nickisher 177 QB 160 Al Ritchie 42 NEEDS NO APOLOO E*S
76 Jim May 171 LH 150 Jan e2anlches 2 AS A XOOTBALL
61 Ted Norris 154 RH 150 SOay Barnes 2 ATTRACTON...
78 Bob Morris 195 FB 155 Jerry Atunderson 37
Due to a misunderstanding the Lake Worth team brought M
with them their red jerseys. Because of the conflict between ,
- these and the Red jerseys worn by Balboa, the Trojans will play LIFEBOATSI I
the game in the College Jerseys. The numbers given above are MEAN CALL THE
those of the college jerseys the boys will be wearing tonight. I CAV/AL.iY.'
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The Bulldogs and the Trojans line will average 174 while the
A I will go after one another with Lake Worth average up front is
everything they have. 170.
Tickets for this game may be It is in the backfield that the
purchased at Balboa Stadium biggest difference is noted. The /
from 2:30 until sold out this at- Bulldogs hold a 20-pound edge
ternoon. here, with an average or 174 to
Experience. speed, and passing 154.
re on the side of the invaders As a team the starting elevens
rom Florida, and for these rea- will be 162 for the Trojans and C
pons they rate a slight edge on 174 for the Bulldogs.
the Bulldogs. Balboa, however. What the Trojans lack n
as an untarnished record and weight the: spake up for in ..
the Trojans will have to be up speed and fight.
S o their very best game. With boys like Jimmy May.
The Balboa team has a weight Ted Norris, Bruce Orvis, and Bill
dge on the Trolans. The Balboa Fulleton on the Bulldog side of
the field, the Trojans are going
to have to be fast. M SI
,,arU" ad ,.nminates For three years, the Bulldogs M v t
d Dominates ave vet to come up against a
0,,ier Grid *team with anyone faster than P a T h r
S 52 rdMay. and this includes the Mia-
Collier's 52 Grid P.:$oh y s he Play Thr
ml Jackson gany. r
Fans are again reminded that
-American Team this game will start at7:30.t Roo
which Is one half hour later By Edith Kermit Roosevelt
R.. 2 ) I than the other ames this year. United Press Staff
SNEW YORK, Nov. 28 (UP) The gates tohe stadium will Correspondent
arvland dominated the 1952 be opened for the public byl 6 HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 28 (UP) -
oller's All America Football ened for the public by The captain of the movie stars
earn announced today, placingP .. ___ baseball team, actor Frank Love-
tackle Dick Modzelewski and joy, was mighty proud yester-
S acl Jack Scarbath on the! day. His team, he said, had just
:'v-hical eleven. lost a decision to a bunch of ma-
f The team: I1 i J jor leaguers by only 14 to 12.
S Ends: Ed Bell. Pennsylvania. Members of both National and
Lno Buck Martin. Georgia Tech. 3 d American leagues wintering in
S Tackles: Ed Meadows. Duke. r ICalifornia play exhibition games
nd Modzelewski. every week against a team of
w. Guards: Harley Sewell. Texas, I HollywOod stars,
nctd Elmer Willbhote. Southern "Soft ball is used for these
; .liuornia. A matches," Lovejoy said, "be-
Center: Don Moomaw, U.C.L. T cause the studio and insurance
I 111 companies won't let us play
B sacks: ion McAuliffe. Michi- hard ball. We might get hurt."
S ap State: Johnny Lattner. No- Every 8unda'y afternoon a-
1 e Dame: Buck McPhail, Okia- The 45th Reconnaissance Bat- group of stars gather on a field
Foma. and Searbath. talon scored an upset 7 to 6 vie- at one of the nearby towns and
St--- -----ory over the 33rd Infantry Re- play ball. The proceeds go to
F giment yesterday In their chal- charity-
ootball Resuilts lenge football game. The game Lovejoy. who's now acting in
was played before 4,000 football- "The System" for Warner Bros.,
hungry fans at Fort Clayton. was named captain because he
The 45th recovered from the has the groeau -highest batting
gate 33, Brown 27 Klehm return the opening kick- Dale-. Robertsont a close sec-
enn 14, Cornell 7 off 85 yards for a touchdown and ondrl b a raige of .576. He
Western Reserve 48, Case 7 then came back to put on a pla S p and has a good
a. Clara 15, San Jose St. 7 sterling display of' defensive arn-'
4nolnnati 34, Miami (Ohio19 football. They turned a blocked Donald d'Connor, whom Love-
11rgaIn St. 22, Morgan St. 0 kick In the third quarter Into a joy describesas "a darn good all
oeIr Rhbyne 41, Catawba 13 touchdown drive and then gain- around athlete, plays third
asm $, Texas A&M t ed the extra point for the vie- base. Mickey Itooney plays al-
biline Christian 62, Howard tory n this first Thankgivig mot any position, but he can
I 'Payne 6. Day football Rame here between pitch, or cteh; Lovejoy. said.
IV. of Chattanooga 40, Dayton of Aervice elevens. w John OCarorlplays left field.
iOhIo 7 The 45th touchdown .was scar- Newest addition to the team Is
m. Jewell 45, Ouachita (Ark.) 7 ed by Art Sharp, who plunged John Agar.
a r .s Island 'Marines 54. Camp the final four yards after the "e hit- a home run against
Lejeune 20 33rd was penalized for pass in- the Ma..r leaguers," Lovejoy
talk 20, Utah State 0 terference. spd.. - 7
bt 34, New Meieo A&M 6 aAppleby passed to Muller for' 7 e y 'eto.r. have come
S hitse e ee St. 4, fMe ory and 6the extra point and the game Up alp Ittte diamond stars
s',H urey 16 (Burlr Bowl). winner g margin.
Wyoming 21, Denver l4 For the final three quarstes,o s Br e
S aw a the majority of the play u '# Bies
,6 PROFESSIONAL the 33rd territory as the 4M
threatened to score s e V e r al
etroit 48, creenbay 24 times, but could not advo@pp in'
la .s 27, Chicago Bears 23 the clutches. It was a b1qJWd CI D, O. Western
punt on the 25-yard line that set Reserve ty's foot b a 11
up the scoring chance. team a neighbor I n g
S No Laughing Matter Joel McCrane, former-my Caee Technology. 48
letterman and coach of t firSto 7, thie 57th game

ckle in church again. Eslinger those long scoring paqese. ww Reserve, pe-game 13-point
She was standing on car- ever, the 45th line never gave favorite, showed no mercy as it
L8after church when a man him a chance and the only pals oured acrs 218 points in the
bo had been sitting beside him he was able to get off wts drop- second quarter, .13 in the third
lier approached, asked him ped. and 7 In the final period. Case's
1What's so funny?" and punched Both teams scored five first only aconinreame In the second
i4In in the nose. downs. quarter.
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Coronation Preview:


TV or Not TV? England's Crowning Question
By ROSETTE HARGROVE
NEA Staff Correspondent .
LONDON. Nov. 21 INEA) -!
One of the great public contro-
versies of all times is raging in
England today. .S7-
it was touched off by the ini-
t (Ia! flat announcement by the i
Karl Marshal's coronation head-
quarters in Belgrave Square that
the actual rites of the corona-II
lion of Queen Elizabeth II next:'0
June 2 would not be televised. l
EDITOR'S NOTE: Here's the
last of four dispatches in which
NEA Staff Writer Rosette Har-
grove takes you to England for
an exciting advance look at
how the British are already
getting cracking" for a big
event that's still more than six
months away the coronation -VL
of their first Queen since Vic-
toria.
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Now the coronation comrrrit-
tee has reconsidered, and there
is a strong possibility that un-k
counted millions throughout the
world will witness En g lan d's
most solemn moment via the
first international telecast Irn
history.
In its original de-ision. the 4
committee considered the su--T
preme religious moment of the e f
coronation the anointing,
or consecration of the Queen-
too sacred to be either filmed':
or televised.
!ROUTE OF ROYAL PROCESSION: Map above, adapted from "Comang Events In Britali~ .4etails
Well-informed Britons w h 0o route Queen Elizabeth II will follow from Buckingham Palace to Westimlastei Abbey Apd be~
sympathized with the decision .
thought TV would be an added feelings of the Queen, i should ,
ordeal for the young Queen her-be possible to present the coro-
self in a ceremony whJh, even nation to the world as one of
If shorter than the customary the most deply moving of spec-
two and a half to three hours. tackles"
will nevertheless be a severe Those who did not think the
strain on her physical and ner- ban is too drastic find the de-
vous energy. cision an essentially human one.
Television they p Int out.
The fact remains, however, magnifies the slightest slip-up
that never has such a decision which destroys the solemnity' of
raised such a protest nor caus- the event. Every woman will ap-
ed such widespread disappoint- preciate that the Queen cannot
ment. for Instance, indulge in the In-
stinctively feminine gesture of
Many thousands of people in powdering her nose or using a
England alone who, before the handkerchief during any part of!
days of TV, never could have the long ceremony. I.-
hoped to view the ceremony, She will have to preserve her
have bought or had planned to usual charming and serene ap-.
buy a television set for this mo-pearance throughout the cor-
mentous occasion. An estlmatedination and during her trium-
10 million in Great Britain own phant return procession To
sets now, it's figured the num- Buckingham Palace. And he ri
ber might well be doubled bY 'makeup must be discreet, almost.
June 2. inconspicuous. M4%
The liberal Manchester Guar- Elizabeth however, isprivileg-1
dian joined the cry in an edl- ed as few wumen are in that shel
torial which suggested t h at has naturally "milk and ros-
"given a reverent approach and es" complexion.
sensitiveness to the personal When sh. was 18. an expert
beautician was called to Buck-
,lngham Palace to instruct her
More Than 400 in the correct use of makeup
Since then, her beauty routine
Mexican gitators has been simple -- a skin fresh
nener. a lightly tinted liquid i
In Security Net foundation, and superfine peach
MEXICO CITY. Nov 28 (UP, She uses four different snades
-Thu Serete lico new nof lipstick, including "Balmor- o o
-- The Secret Police today ar-lal,. a clear hred ghihw trea hh
rested at least 32 more Leftist ted for her wedding. She usres-
followers of defeated president- little or neo mascara during theI e
IlI candidate Gen. Miguel Hen- day. Alle Queen's makeupin -".he
eriquez Guzman as an precau-n da. Allthe Queen's makeupte, ........ --
tion" against violence a e Monday gredlents are British produce iTHE SOLEMN MOMENT: This was the act m t
Wbewn AdolfolRuiz Corthnez is Television oi not, the coronm- eTe hsO MOMenti Ths was the ac va 24 ( I)fit.
Inon oavende Mon to ofl zaet wi bthe ha coronation of the late King George VI in 191, ,.i hop
president y public holiday throughout the they'll see the scene on TV when Eliabth Ie a .
More han 400 agitators'sional route Is fixed and street Aciades Presentsi h
have been roundedupw Ithin decorallons Alapproved.Pn

Henriquez Guzman and many people.80Andalongc] roe MADRID Nov. 28tUNew Ate.
AddwtohroraN
Ships party members have re-aboutR a million people will bePanamanian Ambassador to x- remie ee
se o concede defeat in thewatching the procession from Spain Alicibiades Arosemena
July election and have hintedpublic and private stands, from1 presented his credentials today LO ON. No. (l
Ike would"-"followt...will.......dows....... presentedn Nov.reuntilso
ul h wi ofidows, ar., from toe-holdsto Generalliimo Fran cis coweary e
head a new government. mandtye h ... Franco In a traditional cere-'dragged themselvesbckin
ea ane o n i many at thR Royal Palace. Commons today .aft.an .
_ ____onIght sitting thdat -'aw .
makers stretched .oUbt fl1 on
benches, rising 9a thi.e
blankets only to voqt.
The new session t@Ayj,
less than two hoUrg, a,
end of the overnigat w
which went on 18-.
minutes.
The debate list ,,,
been on the steel
lion bill and the'
of certain defeniji
which had been
they expired.

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Attlee was so
Churchill goven
the chamber 6
steel debate iln,
ness, that he It
tlon to cen, ui
for "orn'
handling
neaa." .-.;_.


TZi ~Nov. 28 (UP) Con-
fumlp spread In this restless
French protectorate today y as
bombing attacks turned against
pronineWit Arab Nationalist lead-
S t' a tha when the French
were ruahbg reinforcements in-
to the oOuntrY.
The ID*. territorist campaign
of daily explosions and sniping
carried oa by Nationalist ex-
trmUtp :aLnt the French and
pro-rN. Ttinllians a ho ut -
faeea h)' thr-e' attacks against
higMy plced atonalists in 24
hours.
Thi s coincided with the news
that a Fresb regiment of crack
pine" "c uras had arrived
,from Maraelles, and a squadron
9f nmobi guard. had been rush-
4 r ne:hboring Algeria to
r "t J French troops in the
l .or*,4.ficn dependency.
4:-a idoan severely dam-
U.V Iaof PJinle Raouf Bey
i:a servant.
brother-in-law.
s SIWAil t himIs Fatht Zou-
hi wyer for the rul-
ID, g ntTu lPs and secretprv
oth w.om1aittee of t.he
-e-* aot tort.'* leadln. cit>o-
mrnul Ime 4 l tiiTi th, Bev
t joiw-s inflclent the latent
S.eft ol Trench proposals

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WASHINGTON, Nov. 28 (UP>-
A special House committee an-
nounced today It will open an
investigation Monday into the
"stasg.ring cost" of the recent
nclitical campaign and "anti-
qtcated laws" governing election
races.
The committee said the com-
binatlon has surrounded. U.S.
elections with an "unhealthy at-
nioDphere."
Chairman Hale Boggs D-La. of
the Committee on Campaign
sending said estimates of the
cost of the 1952 campaign rni
from $50,000,000 to $100,00 00.
ale said estimates of the number
ft political committees nmpport-
Inp various candidates vary from
5.000 to 25,000.
Boggs emphasized the inquiry
',as non-partisan, having been-
arproved unanimously py'Re-
rublicans and Democrats alike.
He was not ready to name wit-
nesses. but It was learned the
committee hopes to hear from
ReDublican National Chairman
Arthur E. Summerfield and his
Democratic counterpart, Stephen
A. Mitchell.
The committee will survey
federal election laws and de-
termine what changes should
be made for conducting "mod-
erni" eamnialgs In the age of
radio and television. Rots said
the tremendousq cost" of these
media will be given special at-
tention.
The congressman made clear
he considers "antiquated' elee-
tion laws the root of the pro-
b l .'r
"Attempts to conduct modern
Dcolitical campaigns under these
antlauated laws have led to a
number of practices on the lart E
of candidates and their support- t
ers which. If not evasions of the P
letter of the law. have surround- te
pe our elective process with an Tk
unhealthy atmosphere." he said. v
BoOgs did not elaborate on the d
Soractice" he felt might be an v
evasion of the law. but one which
he apparently referred to was
the creation of thousands of sa
volunteer committees tc work on 1a
behalf of candidates in the last aM
camoigln. ti
Critics have complained th% 1
rulep iurpoe of these oresnia- "
tions was to "evade" the 1000.-
000- spending limit clamped on
ani0 single committee which ti
0vipr ob behalf of a. candidate 1i
for tede office, r.
'BOggi said It is impossiblb to L
determinee the amount spent in -i
th. recent campaign. "much less se
arl aeity to exercise any effec- ar
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Ch mn Reaction OfR
VIENNA Nov. 28 (UPI Un, had .the inilftune,6 P
even d e' sentences an, too strongly, identIlle4 w ,
three life t handed down In u nes.l.r showeigl
'raeue yes ay which:"liquida-
ed" the old ommunist leader
hip of Csec lovakla probably for the Wer. B an
,il! start at n-reactton of tri- atmin o t.. se._'e' been
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