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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00215
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00215
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CeProlons War mised When
.S (IP)' and'olombl wi ree ThiaTsolemn 1
f wanted in the Sacre oft anl at it'e ws pre .

Swar today and charged that the fab Is O ver
u ]Pies of the l trg na tl kepnreetpy- a maIW United States was prolonging
W i nth edrdnhe. '... it to avoid a threatening econo-
ncement nelt I eat reprde&- ino r rS iic rlas --
college- to' w 1ill P aes with Soviet newspapers also said YR, N.
.would o' Ue a the U. 8. was experimenting YORK, Nov. 29 (UP)- President-elect Eisea.
SW t, .. prisoners wS headquarters this morning promised "an import-
Ssincetd dI-p The newpaera devoted be-. -nouncement at the conclusion of a conference
Ii d"IWPIrf" tween one-tffd and one-hat..
*Wz to Its a uU me. air e x B"Ilct t 't their space -to the truce
.eue to its tra ally izu nam- air wele of theirt t n san e -to hentruceatbfat Foster Dulies, Secretary of State in the new
atrata Lte .. and two be ah ftI 1.fate Upset his offtie ..tB MaUItes b- Mon. They .condemned both- bdtuaiii .
I groye"nprelates who 1 2 d D econslstoryQf Then S10 a.m (ogi Ilio .Americn and United Nataon Vw
y ISat the fee rontthe brury C the o fie d Vndenberg, who was named Eisenhoer's
g ffrvgae InWmof t h etti' a rmu VlqOf an'piA the Rusimani st ,willsiit in an the meeting at EisenhowerCa-
orf thae 1h.Catihic ni s nem eit th m .coe-e "- mnuney .. o f trur ali war nvpving the reurnf U'niversity campus residence today.
of the Ro ?fOatholi o Eve- me a ot rtPrda said Russia isthe end of the conference Dulles will inoke tie
pnRj. ith the Pope y po a p .the aI t o a a d J: nt announcement, according to Eisenhewer's
t sacrehte- % i alm AmeriCan representatives,.
t. expanding the.ntrnwot receive their red hats. at eon&ary on tO a.A ww b Mw ho lllegily call themselves
his.. Dhractorqof.ithl mieredt-0yan-Comece twvpst
aley, the eww ..olege will t tn-whotai.. = 4 te Nations..delegates, have shoper will have an other- choices for Secretaries of Labor
the !hlyw etallsas..aw ol In-.UWth ria$hff lbefnbeA ea-xerted themselves to wreck the w i-.paratively quiet day, and Commerce, two posts re
reanh emtItia ldthe -1946011-3 O _egotI dire g a few letters and mailing still unfilled in the new
,with n- l ma- story C Coet that heSIAiti d24prwf e televised Army- cabinet, and his selections for
ha&. % ,Eatvs.t 1tl a v t 1i game at Philadel- two other jobs In the new ad-
t:-b, the..u4neVtIlfS l-t i's h*tr "rOtT.l cle1 4tr :.p* ha.m ;
Il. *iiit l Ua f r fro- -t- t ow- si 'ill Ww-0re a .Z t rl r annpau0ncement was Two appointments announced
4t *tfALiour t- yaalthe.]ot p S IP tomon prrdro w tomorrow after a by Eisenhower's headquarters
?%o. n new of 3r IS inhower,Vanden- yesterday were Dr. a-brl
aimr. .. e berg n Rockefeller, for- Hauge, 38, as adminlistrat s-
Ir.. l. me tah Se rtary of State sistant in charge of do a
it .tero for derian Affairs, and economic affairs and ..
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W be pet for security Mrs. Chrissi Jehnston, Iong-
Mao ..ns. time Isthmian resident died yes-
,-...-... Therhre' ls lty the terday "...-wi" pyW weekend also at brin an Base Hospital in Florida twas
i so r or Enus a armoireLent ~of aenhower's learned today.
"te -She is the mother of Dog-
Se -- .. : 'tet las F. Johnston, assistant to t
Am Rev 1w $ig..t Bair- V% W63 toEWS 1 Community Services Director,
day SO .9 nr 18 who left for Florida last night.
SClurctt ie o a it. t e. Ra- U s la i Apr Mrs. Johnston was visiting
inyVO Wjed nam n attend- il b 40 : W N D her daughter, Mrs. Herbert
.. out pr e o l .a r ab per se Gardner, at the air base. .
St S thh R trators a visual ftfirmationt7
Untwhed thrt world port, i eadquar H l She and her husband made
- '" wwith the flbteated~ ls lgned t agents to their home in Clearwater, Flor-
thatMrsu.. Carmaen *a, o ta ttM maternitV Sident, A 51-year-oMl American em-'Ida since his retirement from
Mto WW .. .borer had given be d gav6 .ewsmen the ployed at Quarry Heights was Panama Canal Service.
n- M r e d Mlnut Waldemar rting lewd asd lascivious acts drew. worked on the Isthmus
^, -,Iy t'hrladedd Adels de 71- Coutti a eatb datw by IC iforni with an elht-year-old Ameri- for 35 years. He was manager
S" '- -.r l a mi dwife. nurses Nor- a tel ta *- can who In Curundu. The of the Hotel Tivoli from 1921
S aS Ma d -reea Velads- ot eWynne. former charge was Oght during yes- to 1927.
--& student leaders who paw :t 1 terdav alIt 's session in:
c n th tl s, snoCalifornia.d the Balbo g ate's Court. When he resgned this peal-
Sw ptablie nws au- egnect information re- ion, he took over the manage-
S hi gtratrpoiflt-visrtua all- yrevg eyo toe usuppo hber son, A. J. Wynne The de Luis Prosperl, ment of the Hotel Central in
th gstrate lt .brtually everyone i Un Clerk in the is in the i a lal pending Panama City and re-entered
SThe defenta leaving the story of D nu tf the Canal. the poetinff o 2,00 bail. the government service in 193L.
Ri g T .. -, uu T.was During the war he was super-
tesue- tleadedo tral- t'said ItWU .. .M. the Canal Zone The Case_ ntl' nued until vlsor of messes in the subsis-
u court, .-.. t students tradi-o" 8 aIA"en d .re-.1s 1324 when she Monday afl*tooon. tence section and returned as
ofials, ot i -". New Jersey, catering manager of the Tivoli
The ide S* Vqand officials. idlg- his bran d: 12- 0 of, complsanedl ib s on on the Isth- military by the Quarry 1948.
makt a ueithe r oacompla edoPa t th U vors include a Heights Ai etion. He re-
V-- rt !-tfurt tL H. F. McFarland. sides in VtMU, Besides her husband and son
erwho promised a -pMrs. Wynne lived [ Douglas. Mrs. Johnston is sur-
throw AlW t l TUd be held and- g pbed o nfecti t, d a son J. F. Wynne The father the child sign- vived by another ion, Andrew,
and anst the guilty BW p n calei a d.w Jersey. ed the copaiSt. who resides in ewN York.
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of the All Kansas Art Shov at Hutchinson, Kan.. a
painting execuIed by Presildent-eleci Dwight D. Else
titled "St. James (.ale. Warwi.-k. England." it is belie
first Eisenhowei painting to be given a public showin1
Ing wna cent to ihe exhibit by Aksei Nielson, a long-
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14 Irritate 8 Mountain 26 Veined gem
15 Masculine nymph 27 Twisted
name 9 Liquid 28 Snare
16 Limb measure 29 Ratio
17 Grafted (her.)10 Singing voice 30 Roman road
18 Greater in 11 Look askance 32 Hardest of
stature 19 Worm precious
20 Speaker 21 Chamber stones
22 Compass point24 Cudgel 35 Malt drink
23 Wand 25 Wine measure36 Gems
2t Louts of Trieste 39 Beverage
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32 Judge
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How long did it take
you to court your wife?

It's the same with advertising !
Vou can't win customers with
one ad .you've got to "call
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"Three-Finger Brown," (of the frt
Isn't touchy about the missing fingE
his own philosophy.
A man who was Introduced to I
hands With him -, and said: "Oh, X
lorry about your hand."
"That's all right," said Brown. "TI
Now, whenever I say I can count my
one hand I really mean It."

was d ne. . . -. .
Ike kept his nl seetay, 'Annafo Wran. waiting t-
aide the exeoneuteof and pad In ad ready for Say,
dictation.8hewasnot 8Sdm,

lost seven straight fas (the
plunged his last 550. H ee t
Fed with the leaders all the
f the stretch it was neck t
rite), a real foto-finlih coming
profane'd: "Slide, yo --**-,
u lutate editorial:' "Plkmtln.I

Consistent advertising in The Panam
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Brown, whose troubles are Up To Hleiqr ,
all the powerful people hq knowss, .iT s _
convinced: "Influence Is Something YO'U ,
You Have Until You save To Use ."
Some folks were gabblng how nalee ITUi
was to Ike when they nmet.
"Mebbe," chuckled a Repub, "he's loOkillffr
a lob." ;

Mr..Truman's gonna find out it Itibi 'O
less to become a nobody than it does to
a President.
Just figured out the real reason Ike weldPo
To lock up everything 'til he gets back.
Memo to Adial: Here's the political
A. Lincoln of Illinois: Ran for
in 1892: Defeated...For af
1838: Licked...For Pres, tor in
ped...For Comm. of the Od I
1643: Beaten.,Sought
in Ou: Lost., .eFor U. S. Snttor M In
...Bid for veep noin 1B I":.
and-Outl...Ran for 8. seaste (
1858: OopsI...Ran for Pres. In 1801
and Still Champeenl !i '
Cong. Adam Clayton Powell (who
tended her) now deoumesm Joe
attacks on Americans.
Oh, w!@. o first A&dm w=as
Apte. This onLewis' oritige:in by Jp

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Walter Reuther, dynamic young
president of the United AutoA
Workers. lost out in his bid for" t a
the presidency of CIO Monday Wai it
night at an emergency meeting
o at its top leaders, called to salve .-
wounds inflicted in the scramble &
Sfor the post vacated by Philip 1 M ,
Murray's recent death. This was w:ne.
thq report from CIO leaders pre-
vsert at the closed and guarded
cojnierences. 4 1
At a hectic five-hour after-
nortn session the spectre of open .
/ rebellion hunp over CIO as both
SReuther and Allan Haywood, .
executive vice president, con-
S endeli for the top spot.
The evening session was
launched, after a short recess.
in an effort to arrive at a corn-
promise candidate and present
a picture of organIstio"a:
unity at the forthcoming con-
vruther. as the crucial session lnn
go, under way. had three alte:- ':f..
1. He could name Murray's suc- Inhe whe. -I
cessor. AW
2. He could decide on a futile, he
open fight on the convention ..
; loot to win the presidency.
o He could move for Hay-
wood's unanimous election.
Reuther failed to win the
nation director support of enough vice-pres-C
admires an oil dcnts to win the election for t.. M .. ...
nhtower. En- himself, but enough will back 4
eved to be the hint in supporting whomever. . thhlav he trebmedu Is ow
g. The pant- else he names for the spot. norel't ,tt .t w h can
Big, amiable Joe curran of the .an d- powut Aor ulIs m aa ee m the ar e. p .
National Maritime Union was be- tI5.PowerIn. Md W
n.l mentioned as one comprom-N 166%t l hee a th t Brownel wI#Amaki"ng a
i.e candidate acceptable to Reu- e o f to I indpt wh.lat e,
s Puzzle th* r and most of the vice-pres- s ce to fia plW ke e o e-

sphlt between the Reuther and NIloyrf ky to Io DewrmIao f th're b as
'- 't creywood factions became criti-o.a e W ar, ke N o rfolk t& .D '
A A Haywood. executive vlice-presi- .*-* i Bm i h wl c t Dm.o-...
A vdents under Murray, had enough.l ae B UARK The real issue to be delded when Gov. Ad ai t even so dines
~ votes in his pocket to claim the wle l UD U theh President Truman Monday d u who will control the DoS-
A No. 1 job, including the votes of craiN Pbrd f tha ynexr t- yeas.
S iU theW 1,100,000 member United --" "A D
Steelworkers. All unions exet NEWPORT NEWS, Va.-Looking out the win- I just left Huntington, W. Va., and the man Actually thud will be eum u nt too w d4ff
the auto union and Amalgaman" dow of the hotel at the broad sweep of Ham-P who runs the paper I work for there tells me betwe the Tre

c Clothing Workers backed ton Roads, studded with ships, and hearing the about the new atom found u thats comt-n u M_ Nlor Ie .UnWf 0
e t bwudgs roar of the,. shipyards, watching oe unom s in nearby Ohio. This is the bAueat wand bestes. ,, Thratic Natio nl ttme. nev thwok mu h of
dt Reu tie, cer around the airport it suddenly tkes away To aompny the boom, land auctions are be: 1W ruce StaeMcl Stvnon cple p, .
follows orders But eut her's backers would some years from the watcher. I have seen all n ve ed daily. Motels reta ns aren
an weight not concede and threatened to c this before, in an older war. being thrown up so fast y lcan see them W. c haPntlrma T atsh a B nalet Of the i s
Making ear y the fight to the floor of It is boom Ialke old in atlfor na, lIke o
hamber the CIO convention which opens There is probably more military activity tn Texas --g war boom. he iie oin, l tbe tes .,_:
-evada city in Atlantic cty next Monday. this area, where the ChesaDeake meets the At- I admire boom but I gen a little melancholy tlteSinIea e
rad This provoked reports that thde lntic, than any place else in the land. Just about it sometimes. Especially when it is btsed
omestic-lave United Auto Workers i with h ,- around the Norfolk-Newprt News-Little Creek on one thine thte eventual pay o of combat,
amboolke 20000 members in the heart ofd confines are enough oldr and sailor suits to which s the bust part of the o -and-bust. t" I u- $th
ras lem iht w irafr nt rohave won the Korean War if we let go the mus- 1This area looks to me exactly hb .italokdn in etin t oAI
ilkworm maht withdraw from the parle. early 1942. It looks like my ho w'n ie0odI
te I Oq n tionihenubbed In a few e quare miles we have the tremendous as I very vaguely reenir it last' days
Even the Haywood backers see shipbuilding potential that made us great in the of World Wr I,"."I
Ti rvednge or latig the last one, capable of turein out big llners and. , ", o i. '.wh t bD
'auto workers diSagruntled In the e woe. tlheKre'a.naval iwle hm s l es e*lot e aIi.t...
bedorn air station, the ampae, tu h Army-field we would pry colletie
S by the AFL. forces at rt. Monr transortatio center the comm
Sikwrmogaiztinat Ft. Eustis, and the Lafgley Air Forse base. here. Even Baltimore or ila as t-.;
I-'0- -[ "hpuAll with men. to match. ter. The booms wap gong the"""-,,V
E9 t aYou have to come to a pe ue the ou wd moe .ss

Smonthswe have bdenfat war anl thatnpit
very, few people s Wma .14e United being trand or baa in ustr for war p l are dlsuIn,

our Neef tolreer, htma f2t, 1tafsentene eomet a mourrta Mof net em If once again the tro themselves, with t
araorkopeeland led oern usotl outgoing ship's toot -- the lonesomest their beer and hot dog bu of the ae' o~ia
toe w icreJitnte ee Foot.h and also, sometimes, the happlest of si in airplane and atom foundries, w e.er. -
M.A ip ga) apore Itch etc.. to the noises. ston to iches for the smna butler a pur-
"aenuo ra ptahttethat buReowi Thie streets ofm the cities around Hamton vey.o-T. "

-I - Nhxoderm. 'rhi r~et edillne ses stop and brood about war as an indust y, aI The catch to this prosperity for the civilian
rd bh ow th o eaL us fou Iustry that has kept this country oaein is that, as in any boom, the urge is artifI L wW -lu
rhatc why Nixederm works 0o fast t O us, and also over-inflated, for the last d Nearly e always you wind u with a ghoe -tw n
S met smooth, clear tkin yea r. t unt s theresa bigger and better., war the
ee. beor AhI treat forerotea The pr erity is nice. ?Ae Wjume Int u :" offing. T t tm_ d. te .wo m
Oc at Niaderm from w~ur d .... '-sN. prles k are fine. The activity is hheaf. It is i ylne we have thie preparing, e.3d tha fun jonther* thnsst a d te Krle to. '*
..........aelinker is that it is predi ated solely tIn empl ent, and the fash=onha of te to w oiA,.
our nation to fight, and a small, sidbes t on'If nea; it still hakes me a toudh m oselveswit deh :S;- eth 4tM a f acs
we.have been wagings fruitlesly '-SW bern -d.. olace before ning, cludl e oe -_ki
years and more. 4..: :.Ihs For World War D. "t 1,,i and m t,,, ae jammed w.1uir.,ANAn

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I "' Saturday, Dec.6. froi- '
I ., M. to 5:o 011. m.a l .
4ttG-allery of the otel .vol
Ym paintings, general ban-
4.craft articles and "' P.a-
ma hristtmar tory i
*lbrt story of t how t to.o
Christmas, wfll be fe tred
The public is cordially uti
to attend .
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tournament t wi
da y i the c0
Hotel Tivoli f. all
interested br i pl*r# are in-
V ted to attend ad D lrtlcipate.
Girl eoopts a
SThe Girl sed of Troop 6 in
Pedro Miguel, under the leader-
ship of Mr, ,,Ruby Berglund.
spent Hallowftn night. q Cect-
ing tina of food,' soap; e9., In- .
stead of "Trick o Treting. A U..Air Force)
total of 55 caaOL 9ft food, plus CHARGED WITH TREAPqI lo of Tuc-
Srice, I and other items son, Ariz., awaits a court-Ull er charges
collected. that he tried to sell seerig ,about fighter to
roe co ted Mr, th vI.ET ...
arg u. 70C1d 'r on to t the RedS. The arrest of ronlyear. votda ne marks the
.) %IP d Crossto first charge/'of Amerk lth ec o e enemy jn Korea.
at*, t I 101m Inatnefdy
famgr, .hes r- d lheC sug-
Sp Itand t RUTH M LLan :
who I their 65-year-old
;,I nLakeview. For .
-,d tdeed for These are all ibita-that.va- b fits In." And "Bet-
t filled withth rialily. have bad results: ter she can't stand
ath la e intThe, habit of screaming at
l d items on Thanksgiving child ei..Children accept-a aiu- an
.".. ..;. MI LGE JSOYCE C0HRIIT OasPHI R thoritatbe a quiet but firm c om n n.'I b
mJOYCaE C .B E CHRISTOibER ag daves .m dde WA rbe bly
-M. A- .r mand. A' sream they ahvq be-
-0- co=%u.iu5Ed to doesn't. bit
EN-.-A E-"O'"NNOUND NOiGrotto's prophet the. l '- ,s. b...
f't ';" seh S. Christopher of Diable Heights Past lo'ot'h-For -tse sake -of ib bosay ner Onek
.. enlhagemt of the daughter, CaMille onach, bert Js.traus: and litoness other often protest around him for ong
,'- to Psrgeam Jaaekari .oe, son otf Dr. J. R. Hunt left the Isthmus when a petion low-rates him- souls who haven't nol bck-
..ouae of New Castle, Ulaa, and the late Thursday morning by Pan- el1. Butthe low-rating is the bone to make up their 6wn.
-m r. an se. American Airways for Miami. Idea that is likely to stick In the minds. So the bossy persu shuts
ti~stbl.nvet is a graduate a corlda. Ty were accompanied other's mind. himhrelf off from the frlenddi'ip
id .tof1 5j ilty la -Woon0d s. She received her by a group of candidate, who and tof al bt timid sos.
lE Toh~ Training at borg Hospital a d is at are to- e initited tonight at The liabit .of making all of Te haciety of cll but ta d har.
nedeal ored A Medi Tn I -te Colon Hos- the Scottish Rite Temple in one's p ht known to every- The chatterer has to be taken In
ttal... Miami, Florida by MI-AM-I one. It'- t to be known small doses by non-chatterers
.Segreant- Van Hoos isa graduate olS New Cstle High Gratto. for your lkes. andi enthusiasm and can't get along at all witn
%bbool, attend the U;ri ty orIf T uls lb Tl, Oklahoma, than for y6u*r At likes. We are all another chatterer.
Ihtd is-i a aeadmlbet f thes-.N jlast Fieelt, U bda Chi Orchid Society inclned to say. 'Let's invite Sal- The habit of putting oft. Put-
0 ipha. At preNsta he is, r. Ltal at 1-.Shma n. ,Meeting Tuesday tlng off never lightens a load. It
,iTs.4eiba. smot .. thes Wbddg, 're Canal Zone Orchid o- e cor nly mans one is dolng the
ceW will hold their regular me an pul are cor- nl means taht
- clmeet il ho2daW teir rart dlallI invited'. work today that should have
Dec.A2. at mnbeen done yesterday, and tiat in
'&UAW$ "cCm6n C brates m. L the Jewaish Welare at In
AA'0=0i.'..; eBod Gte n ewrInBsh Welfare FloWz Showobe-. 8 addition one is also wfrry 9a-
Se a ulr 1 s1ieuePi siden t Mr. anil Together odoaoM.d Ceers in Balboa. t he.two curr.tt .flower classes boit the work that shoul be
r n taMr. Alnt lordon M. Frik Members are requested to atmeeun weekly under the direc- done today-but will have to be
oh uj."7 o0 )an' a a, and.c Harold Fuller. tend and take part in the 'dis- ton dl Trs. Chaare Morgan will. put off until tomorrow.

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i :huol in tears. When June a-k- inthe studio cafe Joyce sat *.
BII HO YIWO cd him what was wrong, the hao down beside Burr and said apo-
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON Pai'ed: "It's that new bov\ In logrtically:
NEA Staff Correspondent c'ass. He went and told ever:.'- "I'm sorry, I forgot your
bodd that his mother is an ac- name." F
C tress. Then I told everybody that Deadpanned Bur r: "That's
AuLLVIOOD 'NEA, The FUNNY AMBITION minv mother Is an actress too." okay. Me Raymond, You Jane." BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
Lai h P-rad,:. It hasn't oe Glenn Ford and lanky Chill
-tl,. until nu, I) D Errol Fli',n' Tommy Farrell, Glenda's -or. "Then whv the tears, Tad'' 'Wills were watching the elaboe- i
be '.me .. .., v h n B, i- .1- *.r: ,bed a role ill Coliumh' . "Because," sobbed the boy. "his':,'e preparations for a big battle
,tiei."eur, .A the W; .r .-irin o4 Bagdad." .calliah s *iamother does Westerns." 'acene in'U-I's slam-bang version N L WEl
rnvie "Capain Blood" B. nm to entertain the sultan. i -- at the historic defense of the II 01 "tO *
rpluted the oPle oeanir thu Tnhanks." Tommy told Bin-0 Raymond Burr. reporting to!Alamo, "Man From the Alamo "
tL II Wvaniitd nim to "t. 'a iurer Sam Katzman. I've al- RKC for his heavv role in *Tar-I A.7.powder kegs and guns were
l.,n. c.C1m contr.,rt ArFI th:t a *.a'. wanted to play the palace. .'.an and, the She Devil." niet p'led on the set, Ford said to
S vr,,,tn>ie to t --femrnme lead Joyce MacKen:e, Chml: "What chance do you
Tie Cigar Institute of America who failed to catch the.actors think we have in this fracas?"
."-a- prapl later thr. \\",n-r !ded to give Ken Murray 1
al r "i",'J i .'l c.plrIt ,,' ,,t oipopularizing, cigars T*v.'. -
Il-i th 1 : Of J'k etr him a nice letter of than ks 9i 'f '
^ PeP A n.-'. Fl.nn picture vPa i .La his stogic puffing and iold
i1t to tart and Flynn. at th. ,:, a git wa on its way The
peak of his career as missin..' l 'i wifas an exquisite set of seven r Chr ifm s -
HP wasn't home and he wasn't: (,athed-grain oipes worth .-
on ;las yacht, bout $500. But no cigars! .
W1nhile cast and crew sat v..it-! Hollywood t ot to her movie 6 R
ine on t he set on an 2000-rO,-ri,jeen mother who's been goiig O R HnEst F O R Sa
hi' budget. Jack Warner gniu,-it, psychoanalyst for years-
i.. inaernalls shouted er-,i "Mummy. will vou buv me one 'The Finest FullLead cAAPTA" AS
e id.d: l pr-ed hi- office W,'ilp or liose Freudian slips you're al- ihe iest ull-Lead CAPTAINA
ep-ciin lumped ot 01o 'i' .I & 'as talking about." ,
". It v s rbvi'ous Fhlnn ,'ouJi A eirl at Bob Dalton's was tl- Hand-Cut Swedish CrVslal;,T r' Eu..
nd tound Warner %,ent r|,, |her companion, a doctor, NOW -O Ti T 4W' MCK
h-" 1e :v ndq nd screamed: r ha fever "The poor man N W IN TOCK! T T CA
.1 'nn Flynn' There wonilInit has b een sneezinL continuously i
hr4xv been an Errol Flynn if Bri- for six weeks.' she said.
.kherrpehadr't turned doun I'know." replied the doctor.'
'Ipt f Blood.' 1'.E been treating hij wife. She C 0C L 0 N AZAAR
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Leave vou Ad with one of our Agent or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panamiia F i st P art 5 t 0
No. 12,179 Central Ave. VColn A Democratic axo In P as^ a oldvid.fWrO1@tat*.. l1 l)4l *
a manded d today t at Preadent. of 1td. .'t

Le is Service Sal6a de Belieza Americano -Carlton Drug Store Republlceai admiant Ex..ttas t-..... -.r....
No 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phon. 2-2291. and No. 55 West 12th Street 10.059 Meltndeu Ave.-Phone 255 Col6nR led ub to t admhl5 c t aa iitem jatwdi tud.Ite b
'pledge" to cut ludvid4ad .e- bus;P1
come apd exclse taxes.. aid ibe wald like toa A s e"e t l-
Propaganda, S.A. Minimum for 12 words. In one of the first partisan tiAe alafled heavily ot eaiith- ahb 04
orrison's Agenda Internacional de Publicacione H" Street corner Estudiacte St. 3c each additional word. barbsaimedle ation, epnhowerhn a i- d *
Ponn n ot July Ave-Phone 2-0441 No.. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-2214 and 2-2798 3c. each additional word. oleci, ep, Jh D. pi n.
i ei (D-M.ih) wrote-felidw en-. ..: ,:, ,.
vDe.ts on the House Ways andlA I '
e MeU ae tha a, ^ t. B mMeans Comm btt e that r cIutiIO n WU ae
should be possible conalerlew' M om JI .W
team work A.a of the allst gI oni.
Hil.,iod Aut iDoe: Aleheie a dri nkig 'blan Furnished houses Bea at PROFES ONAL Dingell said e Democratsit T
Wr.25ite iO AL~- 5 Amlee Anenymoeus. B ad Clara. Phone Shrapnel. Balboa O F hould bs bon ouird lstlowon .an
h l' C3r sCe Crea hr15 25 ccd Gl201 An ce 1389 or see Caretaker there. Republica move to slowdown w .
r .tr.;eruC Apt the tax reduction schedule laid 0
'rn le. pred tar quck sale. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS! Philipi. Oceanside cottages, Santao .RA Sdown by the Democrats in the ,.
auuu -e C. FROM PANAMA TO u xICO Clara. Box 435. Balboa. Phone RATS are 1951 tax bill. I MARSHA.l N. C., *.ov. Mis Recto was t f
& GAINAr. .-P. igon Area.n Balboa or call Bo'- one a $85. round trip $135 (15 Panama 3.1877. Cristabal 3-1673. EXPENSIVE GUESTS. The bill provide for.lashes in (UP)o A t30-yeat.ol *othi tie motnth.
b.drc., e-,rng mea boo3269 or 3446, doy-imit $160, good one year; .ich Santa CIra beach- IF YOU REALLY WANT individual Income and some ex. fatd t, her
procl. %ust 1iiI.1 eO R-ng| 5 B LOS ANEi$on5.-way, a49. cottages. Electric Ice boxes, gas TO GET RID OFr cie taxes on Dec. 31., 1953. The here today A -defnse- .attor- Ri tor t o t yng
ccu, al aue 11.1 10 FOR. mileage Financing aobecimit. Panaa Dispatch Service 90 da- stoves, moderate rates. Telephone present excess profits tax .qn ayoa the be.auaei t- "'d a. e 1 .
Firs .' Hua 1 Fn.n .mtl. Panama Dptch Servce op- .. 4-567 Pedro Mu .. UScorporations is scheduled to ex-- t s A# .ai- a a. ta
do Ar.u No II. La Cr.t>a. lEle- .Mu. sell this week. Phoe 4-6 poste Ancon bus stop. Tel. Poanama 4- rie June 30. Dingell said the -n2 taunted hi .. 4a- t. P to tMe .
Shr.e- 3 Pedro Mguel. 2-1655. M A F R IN nnnual revenue from the taxes a yer-lon W h p wth teha d
FRSAL --Noge.e to 200ORSALE: I 9 5 0 Sudebaker AND X MAS SAL: Al br- FOR RENT fat A4 Mouse Killer due to expare runs rom 8b to 10th. acg e rwovn foanti.ea trnc d .
C-0 0 m ?erlsh'-.e,. V' ) 0.1 .14Coupe.FORENT.-Furn ohed chalRT, dlx GEOiFrrNOVEYu INC and Mea ns C om10 tnd h As ccused.romthe -cledoucrl
or.gu ch Ce. e. $'0 your' family rowie Y.u .goa ain prices.d Fresh sto eks cPhilippine biidveniences. Telephone 33324, bn eaptclarll -nt troa drfre d
Q r li_' d .-. $1. "h" do.e_ .it e(containsWAR-PARTW) DingellIs the second-rank 'tni Mr. Paley .R11 -_ =1117_r,d- ,.
,I ........-.g g .bl and hf a ,or-I ccrin' ,radio. Will acce rn me h any aitotr oHtwe (conain D in della s ec n an

.ng| e $ cle$ 1 inly ned a bigger J 2r- Panama. 279 Central Ae. ev since e came to Owyg djour e u t.'pendin shoot Miss r tr.

FC3 SLE or A'e rdnghuse RAemrrge- Azte Ulenme A DEstudnt StEetN A .No. d 1 Betwe OR RENT.'"a --- s
r Next to Cca Cl Battling Co. andJ" Street. PhoneRENT ba been one of the most vigor- I A. hour tIa-
Tel. 2-4966 MODERN FoD critics of excise taxes. ter,. ase w .as returned to -. the "iit hurt me deepyE he o
Te chrcn ouramal: Detiiae" _seTe.2-49__,_D_ J 3479 Panama. AReferring to the taxes due to courtroom, only- to be reiovetlseard the girl was deab," said
S11 Aum.nu, Venean Bl.nd sr E:-1951 Pontioc, D Lue JUNGLE M JAUNT VISIT W-BOOM ire thiyear, Dngel wrote: again when attorneybJames m n i of.th
S45 6 ori, oser C na Hydromatic, father uo- to ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS lpe "I believe we ought to prepare Baley Jr., a ing up the de, oa w the pto,
Sd. Th G E Elecic Cks hclers, radio. 1951 For V. DARIEN wo and five room furnished nd se pholsterp to hd the line agalust their fene case, aked "How maly che
25 c,:Ie T.ilechron Eilecr.c K.ich- \cora, rado 5616-B, D.oblo, Sponsored by Hotel EL PANAMA unfurnished apartmesnts;pvtn. UH ES sn In view of the stand "s. wocen cold he tod l Ma
c cccan Znrihda in- viewnts ofrt t nve of the stand n- women could have stood It
$ -13 ,R ijo t.n.C Elec F O b fulll days. Leave Friday December closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street. flE rumed by thedistinatguidshedaed long as she did?" arw
lCristbal. Telephone Colon IT Auto am pra now t e President-elect, M rs. Ricker Is charged w itnqqg-p,,& ,tEI .,S
;a ^^ aexcessive t x e sT e 111 1 11o,^fi Lr1 -- _.L ol O S cOly U .
strar. ',clcvne Boards nh W dur, pand. $325.00. Leaving Zone ernoanecaybur 7. shng through 1386. e a againssna a he ras l ree m e thee .
ar- re I.eting tor pe 21-1 h:u. a Hammer, telephone Balboa 2553 ItPearl Iscoids visiting with the apartment. 2 ws Democrats were charg- frs ectore whemur e r. RHeickr .-r
Vo'cre"B3iar far Type2 Saturday, 8 00 ,prwImitiveChoco Indlians.ospearingcated ine eo'_ me)&.-"i 'O, -
Vev one: B -,r nQp iem crocodilese, lack light hunting, cru~s- bedroom. Must buy furniture bed-- mod t living with her 3-
Hpec.- e.3-D La sCcEllno. -ng up the Smbu river., aboard El room. l.vinbgroom, diningroom sets, rnt te S.. ed as having Imposed with auchea sld h band Albert, :a .
So-i 6i-D Las Cruce, ca- STOP WISHN-V the best used Pbnoma's Pescadora. e erihing practically new. Also *You will recall he advocated "oneld' -apartmend ia l . L. O.
b. ftehone all car lot i town. Brng old cloth comfortable shoes, refrigerator. Bendix washing ma- m ppn mOVing. atOrage.. 10-billiOn dollr tax cut as One Mi Btir, a former pean l.
S -o Westn'g- to Coco Col Bodttling Co. 3 glorious days, 45.00 each per- recoVd player sewing machine. anyth 'Phone 2-2451 n" t srd congress," DIngell's let- str-t drugstore her. Crietebal. C tabeen ected
osalE oun. Perfect ConTel. 2-4%6E. ton. For reservation phone Jungle New Rochet Building across An- anyhn. 8 Cr ps," Many Women in the Wded to ae hehe.
h474ou-se, all parce00. PceLEtdlleoCar a nd-otel EL. PANAMAt at certain'tax reductionsfare thcoeirtroom psuatwo h felseo at-
S....00 is--,eedEalready and automatically pro- tornes meThe exertion of d
R fi n o r r g ^ l. fo o t, a ll; W ill accept t tra d e-in O V E RA L L P a na m a 3 -1 6 6 0
c FOR SALE -RE-ngeritor, 9 o oot, a eA Da~~lccept tre-. OBVPALLO A c or I I., vided for in the tax bill of 1951 before a jury of n e and Scholars irt waefe- t inM
Srceoen ceet co on. co 3-A tstret D o m See your Trvl Agent Apartment IROPRA TO by fixed termination dates in three Women. A ret- in or tetbrte tv
Sbe utded on 25 or 60 ccles. Price T Baboa 26. Tae oKU 154. he al ting near Mrs. Rieher said beads itterest- *eh.irahlb
Sn Ph. P 6- FOR better bargain in used cars visit P E naa-1326. We will col WANTED.-Furnished apartment r D. A nd OiC l id If T re- eat began pppi out on mq
liarsjul .H6bE wtr-arieu2- 132 .oze WewizlcoilWANTED
322. ._____Autos Eisenman used car dealer. Be- for. repair, and deliver Vour rodid. house, one bedroom. American (PaDeA radLu. member correctly pledged a cut her forehead. when Aity re-
Sside. the CGoa Cola Bottling Co. Tel phonograph. tape or wire 'record- couple. Phone Albrook 6.1 74, Sgt. OF I HOUSd : of up to 20 billion dollars within counted her story of the public There are thee main 1ul-
DlllA& 2-4966 ers. etc. Expert Amercoan Tech-. Comer. -I."anI. 't 'the next tour years... tauntingU. t .ao m br$t 514
WANI FOR SALE:--19- -Ol n:smobie ian Pe A e Tl.'s- "At any r with the vaunt- Prosecutor. Qeo rgo M.Prit- fMest hear i
SALE 199 Ods rvel via "AREA" the Routef FOR ENT Ed and teamwark cha charged In n argt Br A
MiscllanPi singer Coupe. plastic sea co he 'Gd Nhor N INCREASE df the great general it should be hment that ers. tt "knew a tle ~.
Sce a, shydro natic. $100000 IN PRICES!..FREE MEALS AND ROOIC R osbteE to pit the lape of What sh a i ..t th M
WANTED-Used 5 cycle washing Phone 37-8-447. Oneay to NT:-lndeenlden large. cool FOR YOUlR REMENNT tat p ia uc.as ex- time" on '. a ,in *when 8B1 .
m ach i e in go ad co nd ,tiro Fr I C O C K T A IL S!HO EO n e-w ayde i I P CtoES E M IA MIEA L A N D -! ti to _e l a psr e -, a b s t
ran away. With a small down payment. double room.cenrally lcated.. .

TEl. 2-4624. Ponmo. Tel. 2-4966. GUAYAQUIL 135.00.. QUI- TS .
._.. .- .* l .-. :,-, ...-t:50 ..' 4,

FOR SALE 1947 Cadillc Convert- TO. $154.80. BOEING 4-eng.ne a, f ,-,
L r ble. Excellent condition, 5365.00 planes. For more details see PAN- iiU ii ~- S .
g-ro Peo ct ND dcn will handle. House 1420-B. AMA DISPATCH SERVICE, oppo- 1|* TORw' SPECL e me
-. POUND. H gron Peron cat o site Ancon Busstop. Telephone 2- .
LW Block, gray, whitee markings L 1 Ba.bo.. 1655. f I f 9lWWE # M rW'ry l?. Lt e B- i wiii W ,
Evans. 2-2162. 889 Morgan FOR SALE:-1950 Bu.ck Fordor Spe- F *t . SdtlA1. G at . ..T ft .i.
cal wrth standard shift, onfv 22,-FOR thebest Buttons Buckles and A
S 'l ( miles, exceptions clean, un Belts Custom made from your ma- --'.' .
LLESSONS co ed cnptely equipped erial. eti -- esrin ree..-e.Tm as C .ize
Onls ,beral terms variety of shades for belts, dresses.
RSATIONAL^ SPANISH, ., be en or Aloro Qu r angs, sh cura n button OSWALD JACOB Y
o- S A N o'.2 -- .- .. .. .. .. ... -9 . . a t th e L u x b u i ld in g 3 4 th S t
dionte ta -rA eNo. 2, - b O SALE -1949 Oldsmobile Six' 324 Apt. 106 NORTH C4 Dr. E A. 1EREZ .
from ta Garden. . .i. .udorr, W good co-'a.ri-n. New paint ;O41092- A. -E R vZ S "
I - .O CRurundu . OR SA LE 19S3? it eI l of eon g i -C- -ii -I- -.--..,--- .-
-,i - r- -- r,.. Jel.5 K .5 (it. e ..lsh) . --
W. ut h bUi FOR SALE -1932 Chevrolet Coupe K94 42 i ai bras3 Tel. 3-x31
l V UI er,,ne overhauled new balter M e l4 "-- .... .

hi Ued To Head_ ply tires. '$65. 718-B, Prodo 2- 4bA5 487.
.' ; NI la Io flea d I <- - Fm.SA.E.-.F ou r n ew 6 0x 15 six W ST .. ..... Li t
Defes FOR SALE -1942 Cherolet Station, 2911. i. QJ 10 St. P6 S lIStS
"" (I Vac.r ect "r i Phone 1052 QJ8S
CZ Civil Defense 4.:. on. oFO SALE.-Norge re rigerator 60 53 nday rvices
Lieuter i'nt William 0." Dolan c cle, girls bicycle, steel bureau11 0 O8O T3 4 (D1)l, '
Co ei t arn with mirror. All in excellent con- 6 3 Todow, .- -
Commande of thlll~e" Marg q W k SA LE | itian Telephone Albrook 2100. A21(.0t l sat a side a day1 **' .-*':: t First
S Fire Station. has neen anorin ted M ..Advent .at aside as a Iy
; Chiel of Civil Defense ior the- Rlel ititale FOr SALE:--Deep Freeze, 24 cubic *A73 for corpcate communion of. meni
P anma ca Z nal Compann and 'FOR- . feet, I year aid, can be used on e .d of the lopal
Canal Zor.,. Governmn, ar SALE -aa CLaro home. 2 2; or 60 cycles. $250.00. Phone East-West vul. l.
a- wll take over his new dtie.. bed lcn. r ', large '.....- ,com. dnel-i Poul Parker. 6-322. I IC 1, u art ,ats.
Ufonda r. r Dr p ,all lile r t
; onda: .r, lai -.- po all tt ile FOR SALE:--Great Dore puppy, fawn 1, Pp 2 4 Panm u chSa rist Sl
The 'rivil defense ,oik is be- 260 1- Ifr -.ge ri,nced.See anv- W th black mask. AKC, egsterd r2 P 2 p .. -, *en an i .th l a h c t e "all .,pai
._ Ing tin erred ~o the Safety me t 32' I ....C ad Phone Balboa 160P 6.NT Ps a6P..C ye, all i 11a
Section t rhe Civll Affairs BU- ea or o,,B e, C,,,ubag -FOR -L OR T RDE, O ,d SE devotion and'
app ntm 'nt -FOR SALE. 14 C h uph..,lered stools, Deep Sea fish- Other- e t ro i llqu t "e
In r p .e an in' .ro9 rIr a,4 ......,. tnh.e. t o inga Rod and reel set. WIl1 accept In a pair tournament each ia.-wl6l 1: Am .M ycom-1 ,.rn-
IIn response tl a int.eatIt sub' botiom l-."i- 6:'J'-ro:.r, 7.tore photogaphic equrpmmnt, trains or hand is played at manystables, choioln; ..m. morn2g
: Jcommu nith nteres' t in u tue sub-d I .rh street .',,e. L o. 7 eh. you. 1560-A Colobosh and the result at each tAble is preyf. h slhoo' 12
aJect. t ihe a ill be prauo rran i ede FOP .SALE .. L... Balboa. tered on a large sheet of p aper n o n iptismi p.m -
ea p wacitcat oram o cn l de- I jALE eFa h and. 3- Pt the scoring table. This makes Vspnpon.
4e *s whica all eatall extetmive hIect.rc. La" Gusi Rep at Pan- FOR SALE:-RCA Victor Radio-Com- it possIble, at the end of the
'r first-ald training and educa- i ama. V. Dov,. Tel. Crt...bal 3I biriatron and sideboard, excellent tournament, to check Utp onSac --.
it tonal work on a solunt.'-er bl.is 293-1 condition. No. 8105 Central, Apt. hand and see what the Scott -
The new Chief ot Ctvil De-. ------ _...... 4 Colon. 'as played. I. i ..".
Fire Dmtnio ft u llrl thme -a IE ten p -_ steel aquariums, with or without |t a recent tournament. thirteen

I ive .tnif-m in lit lan arid SeEnrh 0, TB, ', N. o l.j reels, good condition, $20.00 ech N/,rth and osut -In o e.st caseI r'
npumbice afy a has ,aotuatn ,i,- Sot"rc 3- 3 Mondl I Outboard. Air Cobld. excellent the score we 6 for rt- .-'
i". Znt number or oirst l1( [inl- trF.r-.a "" "0 P m conndt on, 5 H.-f $100.00. Acn E lith; and. uwal rth-
I'" P e ,-,..=e'.'.ed 'ect Co cordono, 140 bass, goad condition. 8.nathpair m d.ed clv ints. " "
a uc'r I75.00. Saxophone, Morft, Gold 'These scoOi n4i-onl l
He has taken part in di-aaler $504 hb10,.Phn str bua expln 6

In the CiilI Act irs Buidinu in :i o.iii i. iii the Gradual WUEsCe trmp rather than tour spadti *
IIE.'. i tOrllroJ T3111irlE l'O1'I~lel Itl f~l _-Sister "lzb t e .- elve tr.i-k for t--. e B*. fl...I, e ,l JII % f" """ "

In re 1p 29 1 UP, .---Slter Wirzabeth Ken- eeven trick for the aing. "-. ...-
Iur,,,,,,( a.,,tl'a, a,.oen nv's physlilan 'said today the The rest of the Msores Werel ."" .-.. '
THO'..t,,,ed ,, n , .eeworld famous nurses a ad ,e at a spade contract .'with.iIII
fi pulire at.ik lin aboi S-,wIwas deteriorafinao nurse'smet. dtofi the de $ in
9A ,, a ,'- rinnera'(i.'that death might eate auk evet i..c... One -'.-
WfALD VE -redtHijraol K nr .s r .. .n l;ed t 2 -., "
WIULI 'SY Aio-e ha- al .s.iae..c. I Oxygen was being administer.- ten t rcks.by .eae. .
YIN' ?tkjik':,:a ineKsi:aiowith a;dt04,te .4;F.On
i',n,,;,..'t, ation. P,,isie ad ed continuoulv t after an Attaek ...Wet opened
L M. Ien brernren Trin to ein which she turned blue and 4 tll and dummy. -wOes te..
I I. nt tbel l 'erni dince tor i her phVsician said her heart ta wr. Delarer-luI ?mlI
III' th.mandm eath riandn was weakened serlouslyWA bY lUzpi andWt t e
T .C'aia nrt "R, Cede tj-1 ur B ritaish in n
S. Imperial. t ,A cBrthest infection. of ~tr a nd ledI the 'lack ofM
T .eeran whi,'!, 4i under .... A British Com lonweav t-...
tiRhal la1. sagw no leemo r.- m- ic Airlines plane t this moment the G e gat I
ha s.s.Swno demonstrations atboi rg can 0M e
but a a memorial service held NewtbYork.i Wl depr l
fo te vict Tin-s,.h'L ..e Y00- a-."-Th i
f thized Brt tti's title spears Sydney to Briba _:ne te. f ea i
critvi ie'd Brititsn tactLics towards' thseiie i ojgaeoOf clubs.
MOslem countries and American .he medicine Is to be su eth oal. i.o.
support here by car' tomarWo. .,$."-:-... ..-
.One b1 1l` X said all the Ira-
mian iiarlonalhsts Aould rush toel GneAC._n w._atI--- -
lraq. aid If helo was sought I
Strong 3 a2ice squarts. seeking to BOSTON (UP) --
I oreient in'.ldernts like those in 1.. being .
lBadada. guarded the U. 1. In- Poston's
I formation Service headquarters. One*@
Badhdad riots.

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Ican of Crihtobal, entertain(1
with a dinner at their home
-. Thanksgiving Day.
.. ..av ...a l too

and Canal Zn with ipromflndt I Fsles mene were intrpoluc-
e *to Sh visitors. "
Mr. Boewe and Mr. Oawne left by Blahe sy to visit the
Company' L. ele jL-Colombo A nd euaIdr. They have
A .+e,55 Pagi antti:,, stay go the
:." wktllnl i -'--* 17 -, -" 4" 0 -BMW". "

in the States. She has been stay-
ing at t*e Hotel El Ianamia.
Double Birtliday Celebration
The members of the cast of
"Gramercy Ghost'" enjoyed a
supper-party, following the pro-
duction at the Cristobal High
School Auditorium, to compli-
,iient two of the members of the
cast who were celebrating their
sixteenth birthday anniversaries.
The honorees were Miss Sh4ela
MeNamee and Mr. Carl PItto.
Miss Mary Jeanne Wiesen, who
coached the successful play was
present wtih the members of the

Or. Habers pends Thankas-
ilf..~ with C*gg c .trt "- *
Dr. Clifford A. HauberA, for-
merly of the faculty of the COri-
total Higha Sc .hooL asppt
S with aO at h
,former kasrc es btean kgIving
Day, B.w0A ti w jMa of Mr.-and
Mrs. 0.3. Jorltad, Mr .anCd Mrs.
1?arl Andl nd Mr, apd rs.
e. ,,A1VTOerObt at their Pina
Dr. Haubbr., who i? a member
of the Piculty of St. Olaf'; Col-
iere a i-.Nortield, Minn., is on
a. six mrnth's leave, and Os do-
ing historical research in Pan-
Loel Restdeaml ,
SLeave for Key West'
A group of Atlantic Side toot-
ball ian aeco0 iled the twen.
ty-one m-tlier of tlhe- am who
tiew reyVWit, Flos.a, where
the Cristobdi High School play-
ed theKey, West High School.
Am as tgtse -ttending the
re chnla Mrs. Luke
PiffM 'MrR PA .clt, prin-
cipal, Mrs Lqe Wrlger, Mr. and
Mrs. Thn Hi.ghlesb, Her '
bert Peterbo31M,.A*ginf-M regg,
Nanzcy eryrr, Wiley and Mer.
codes feteon, heila McNamee,
u Mo 1itt, and Tommy
r.-Lee ariger, who' left
eailler to visit hlason Bobby who
is at schpl.-in Missouri, will join
bis iawnlyv in Key West.
Mr. an& I:p. Poole
ave. TiMUftlml. Dinner
Mr. and .Mrb. George Poole,
Sr., of OGatpn, entertained on
Thanksgiving Day with the I r
-Taw. r ust4 were seated at a
tonRt1l4..e5red. with A olor-
ut. a nemunt of leaves and
flowew4Li t"i Ututin, shade,..
lantsred r r wh ruits .and
v t ,lr prgpL a teoto the oc-.

.sts were: Mr. and

rut ry

gofwere. Mr. anand
rs-., Mrs. Alither
M Elbzua-o
iag- Mrs. TJ.

w .I ad Cinthia
ft Jr.. Mrs. ther
towte and ynth.
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Informal Dinners
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thrift,
of Gatun, had' as their guests
for Thanksgiving, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Mauldin and daughter, Vir-
ginia, with their, children) Miss
Barbara, Robert.and Billy Thrift.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Johnson,
of Balboa, came to the Atlantic
Side for their annual get-to-
gether with Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
Also present was Mr. T. R. M ac-
Vittie, of Buffalo, New York, who
returned with his son and
daughter.-iltaw. last week from
their vacation la the States. He
plans an extended visit on the
Recent Visitors.
Dr. and-Mrs. C. W. Wood and
daughter. Marilyn topped off
en route to Duluth Minn.. for a
visit with Mr. and Mrs. 0E B.
JorstAd. They arrived by plane
Tuesday from Lima, Peru, where
Dr. Wood, who is on a years'
leave pf absence from the .Uni-
versity of MInnessota, was work-
ing with UNESCO.
Dr. Wood and Mr. Jorstad were
associated in teaching in Valley
City.. North Dakota.
. WQednesday right $he Jorstads,
and Wo6d and Mr. Bremer Jor-
stad enjoyed Thanksgiving din-
ner toget -p visitors con-
tinued thvy- Thankigiv-
.ing morn
ati St de uets At
aniddfot of the
U.S.A.R. Carib School at Fort
S kelt bhad as their IuNsts TO1:
Tha istlivii t ier the i atin
American officers who are stu-
dent at the school.
ion Voyag Coffee,
Mrs. taker enter-
tained wittib ing coffee at
the Amer- l ate, to hon-
or Mrs. T. bi an who sailed
1atewrdJaP:w .t A iaUn for
New York. They eave Trom
that port for an extended Medlt-
terrknean cruise.
A M th was aedn
Ibils.Mlo-dub :., .silded.
T:2 Mrs.

Wik-C. 8, ) fw -

-T" -and Mrs.?. .W. Dun-
C: "' ;- -.. .

Their guests were: Captain
and Mrs. Roy Fort, Captain atid
Mrs. Hector Crant, Captain and
Mrr. R. A. Allon. Captain. and
Mrs. William Wall and MrS.
Melvin E. Walker and Buddy
Walker from the Pacific Side.
Mr. Hopkins Entertains p
With Family Dinner
Mr.,and Mrs. Reed Kopklns of
Diablo, entertained t e members
of hip family and a few friends
with dinner, at the Hotel Wadh-
ineton Thanksgiving evening.
His guests were: Mr. and MrS.
Drwe R. Walker of Ashevil.e.
IN C, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Whip-
ple. Mrs. Helen Rhodes and Mrs
L. W. McIlvalde.
Thanksgiving Dance In Gatun
The Junior. Civic Council tf
Gao.un is sponsoring a dance to be
given at the Trefoil House th!is
eevnin from 7:30 to 11:30.
There is no admission charge
Mr. aid Mrs. Gray
Announce Birth of Son
SMr. and Mrs. B. B. Gray of
(atun.. announce the birth of
t elr second child, a son, at Co-
lon Hospital. Nov/" t. The .aby
wPil be named #ames Russell.
Martlyn Roth
retebrUtes Fifth Birthday
Marilyn Roth, daughter of Mr.
anil Mrs. George Roth. of Gatun,
celebrated her fifth birthday an-
niversary with a party at her
home yesterday.
Walt Disney cut-outs were
used for decorations and a circus
cake centered the table. Favors
of windMills were given the
young guests.
The guests were: Edna Mae
Forsythe. Olaire and Billy White,
Norcen and Andrew Metzgar,
Loretta. Coralee and Joe Mar-
cuw. Linda Drundage. Valerial
Means. Susan Sawyer. Elizabeth
Pearson. Lillian, Virginia and,

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Man Wlth A Secret That Could Blow Up
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MARIA ANTINEA in Spanish Folklore o
Adults 1.00 Children 0.50 Reserved 1.50 General LM

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An-.-usual tale of primitive
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"Lure. the Wilderness"

Has Science Conquered
The Universe... ?
Marguerite Chapman,
Cameron Mitchell
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Susan Rironl Nancy Largent return to her home in Dallas, tions are being received
and Billy Joe Baldwin. Texas. armtkA r-Alnlu ar KaI- 7 Ton the 1952 forms.
Bpfatm DinnerB.B.. gn Overmthe-Counter Sales of CZ
Bfet l Dinner Dnce & nMrs. Byrd New opplicatlon forum
at Brasu.aMaok -Have traditional Dinner e field -year. Th
..A bufet.edDer dace will be Dr. and Mrs. Jesse Byrd hal ICrAH A I'i ts M onl AA .f now available at jil
rGulfas-their dinner guests for License Plates Start M ondayv ::.:.:^ '. :^'-
- akt..t zos "lfBarot.ke. dinner guests or 318r1 V gasoUne stations, the
Cl :00 .p.m. The Thanksgiving Day Mr. and Mrs.i Examiner's Office In C
Wb et e ved a 7:00 p.m. lr O llrich, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- o and the License Sece
and dtalef will last'from 7-:80 bert Syrd of Los Cumbres. Mr. Automobile licenses In the,waltin_ to get their new licen-' Ancon
to 11:30-p.m. The cost- Is $1.75 and Mrs. Don Krueger and Cath- Canal Zone for the coming year.ses. Tnis schedule is for one
per person. erine Krueger and Donald Pa-iwill be issued in over-thecoun-I day only, and during the re- Automobile owners .hav
k .rick Byrd. ,ter transactions at the License mainder of the month licenses been cautioned again to.
SSection Office in the Civil Af-!will be issued only from 9 to their 1952 registration
Rumae a aleiNetlee CcGoo M Coast College Students fairs Building beginning Mon- 11:45 a min. and from 12:45 to when filing an applicat
The Holy Family Church of Attend Army and Navy Game day morning. 4:15 prm. during regular work a new license. They a
Margarita is sponsoring a rurm- Terry McNamee, of Gatun. ~%ho The offfee will be open for days. required to sign the niew
mage sale to be held on Decenm i., a student at Penn State had aI ication forms in two a
her 13 at St. Joseph's Parish In group of his Isthmian friend., as: l.5 Mn"' y^ c en In an announcement concern.- pla'
Colon startinat 9:30 a.m. Don- guests at the home of his great- lence for those who mI a Ing the issuance of the 1953 About one application of
athions may be left at the Parish -Au i- Philadelphia for they _,. _,_,, _,, license plates, the Civil Affairs 'six received has bee= n
hall. The proceeds will g to weekezn and-to attend the Army Director again called attention because of the fail e of
charity, and Navy game. Yarht Club Thursday, when the to the fact that many applica- cants to observe thse r
--**, club entertained with a Thanks- .
Mrs. Humphrey Returns to Texas 'hose who planned to be pre- li eng dertained with a Thanks--'
Mrs. Viola B. Humphrey. whojsent were: Noel McOinn of' Anpropriate decorations cac-
has been visiting her son and pin.iceton. Francisco Wong ofrlcd out the holiday theme and TODAYI 7:00 -9: .
ctaughter-in-law. Major and Ms. Yale. Miss Jackie Boyle and Ray the dinner was enjoyed bv over 11 :20
H. B. Humphrey. of Fort'Davis, Pinto of the University of Penn- cigirty members and guests, 2<
leftt during the week by plane to sylania,. and John FahnestockI -
return to her home in Dallas, and Bob BaUev of Merchant Ma- IThomas Lutro DI I I
TExas. rine Academy at King's Point. i En Route to States J i DR U IVE-IN \11!
NewYbrk. Ti,omas 3. Lutro of Gatun, -. I1s
Mrs. Viola B. Humphrey. who ailed today en route to New, THEATER
Is' been visiting her son antl Gatun Yacht Club I Y- rk He has reslgnqd his posi-' / gl III
daughter-ln-law. Major and Mrs. Ias thkgnksnivlng Dinner 'ion with the Navy at Coco R T
H B. Humphrey, of Fort Davis, The..Thanksiriving snirit invad- and will spend an indefinite | l. A Y.
left\ during the week by plane to ed the precincts of the Gatlin ti:,i- visiting in the States. .
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be here in Panama the month of January for the an-
nlal Isthmian Open.
This time the local tourney will be a $5,000 af-
fair and six top-flight pro shooters from the U. S.,
. as well as the usual array from Latin America, have
all'eady been signed to take part in the scramble for



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Harry Agganis

BOSTON, NOv. 29 (UP) -
Harry Agganis, star quarter-
back at Boston University,
signed a professional baseball
contract with the Boston Red
Sox yesterday.
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BHS Turns Trick; Wins, 13-6 lw.

Over LW To Stay Unbeaten

The Cc

the big money. ,ne au-,iierira iuoo ua,. I.W
S mon candidate from Lynn, Mast.,
The tourne\ will be held. Jan. 15-18I at the Pa- ,,il report with the American
sama Golf Club. League team at Sarasota. Fla.,
,ulcma Ulate in February or March. He 7
Amonr the U S pros alhead,. In addri ,on to this array, 01'graduates iro college in Ja-
contracted to pia. are the fol- ,-oulSc. Champion Roberto de- nuarv due to a speed-up in his
lowing: Vno'rt.. I) Argentina. is al- classes.
S:lp Aleander. nmb( of th n cctam to be back as well He haslayed first base but
y y' ,i Cuap tem l st ,ea3t s all the other Latin pro shoot- I' a Red So) said he would be
l( ick Haroert lont;l dtrivr ',- r man nof whom have taken Iricd out in several positions-
In he game and PGA finalh-t part in the local tourney in past rro',aly the outfield as well as
e ," aL at first.
.-htinv Palmer llinn.r of tlt. The Open Committee also is
Ca '1idaon Open with a record- sill trying to contact Middle- B e
"frc-kine 263 score, 25 strokes colt and Jack Burke Jr. in an ef- e f-
Sun' :r oar- fort to induce these two mem- B
T rick White. a Chicago Open hers of the U. S "top ten" to; (By T. P.)
SW :;er. mre the trip.
C larlle Harper who beat Crv.' There will be ten pro prize RACING
.-Mic ilecoff bv six strokes in the in all First is $1.500 and second Florida's racing season opened
o0- hern PGA Champions hip: $1 000 Thursday at Tropical Park in
ar-- A total of 15 amateur prizes Miami. An all-time record crowd
...nimy Nickols. the ama-mn ill be ofec'red and the commit- of nearly 18,000 watched long- I
onr-armed player who drives ter is considering the possibility shots Jet Fleet and Starecase
lui her and scores better than 'o having t.o handicap flights capture the tplit $10.000 aug- ra
J.o t amateurs and many pros for amateurs. ral Handicap. The crowd bet
,-^ more than $823,DC'3. the largest
opening day betting in the
track's history.
John Kelley of New London. '
Connecticut, won the 16th an-
nual Turke Day Race in ManGeorga Te
, chester, Connecticut. He covered
the five-mile course in 254 min
S antes 433 seconds. Veteran Onym
old Forciamn suffler-- finished
13th. tach Place
Browning Ross broke the course
row. covering the nine-and-one-
third-mile course in 46 minutes
A. and 40 seconds. Another Johnny
Kelly, this one the three-time ATLANTA, Nov. 29 (UP)
Olympic marathoner from Bos- Undefeated Georgia Tech
*ton, finished fifth, once-beaten Teanessee e-a
."n-I Placed three men dn, the TUni

OW B PUSH-Both arms extended, Rocky Castellani hard
back memories of the masters, but the Luzerne, Pa., midd
went on from this fourth-round embarrassment to an easy
Victory over Hartford's Vic Cardell at Brooklyn's Easte
a ay Arena. The reopening of an old cut on the left eyelid,
.9 qst the winner a match with Joe Giardello at Madison
f Garden. (NEA)

41'. :
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.THIS MAKES YOU STRONG?-Michael Acerra, 19-month-old,
431-pound huskie of Hicksville. N. Y.. decides that a man of his
brawny build doesn't need the help of an exerciser. Besides, he
Ugit can't stretch the darned thing. He'll leave it for Daddy to
A play with.


Late basketball development...
the Knicks of New York have
downed Baltimore 104 to 92 in
the National Basketball League.
Now for a few names on the
sports scene today...
Rockey Marclano... the heavy-
weight boxing champion will re-
feree one of the annual Christ-
mas Fund boxing events at
SCleveland. Chuck Davey and Del
Flanagan swap punches in the
ly brings The Reverend Edmun Joyce...
fleweight the Notre Dame vice president
10-round says the university regrets that
rn Park- the NCAA did not give the green
however, light to the complete telecasting
n Square of Saturday's Notre Dame-
Southern California game.
And Don Heinrich... the star
of the Washington Huskies is
.-. "* working out with the team but
declines to say whether he will
be able to play Saturday against
Washington State. The West
Coast whiz was inducted into the
Army Saturday.
A SYRACUSE, New York. -
Former Lightweight Champion
Ike Williams has signed to meet
Carmen Basillo in Syracuse on
Dec. 15. The Trenton, New Jersey
veteran, who iP making a come-
back, T. K. O.'ed Pat Manzl In
Syracuse earlier this week.


Press' all Southeastern Confer-
ence football squad, but Tech's
Leon Hardpman ran away with
the voting.
The stumpy little halfback was
named on all of the ballotsithat
poured In -,from sports writrs
and Southern Conference
coaches. Hardeman polled 412 of
a possible 427 points.
Tech also. placed end Buck
Martin and center George Mor-
ris on the squad while Tennessee
landed Andy Kozar at fullback,
Doug Atkins at tackle and John
Michel at guard.
Florida's two fine defensive
linemen tackle Charlie La-
pradd and guard Joe D'Agostino
- both made the team while
Kentucky's Steve Meilinger fil-
led out the forward wall at end.
High-scoring Jack Parker of
Mississippi State made the grade
at quarterback and Alabama's
Bobby Marlow got the spot be-
side Hardeman at halfback.
Kozar, Tennessee's hard -
charging backfield star, came in
second in the voting with 357
points but Parker, who already
has set a new loop record by
scoring 106 points barely beat
out Mississippi's Jimmy Lear to
make the first team,
Steve Mellinger, Kentucky's
"jack-of-al-trades" who OlaYed
linebacker, safety and offense
quarterback as well as end, bare-
ly shaded Georgia's Harry Bat.-
cock for a terminal spot. -
The first string line averages
212 pounds per man while fl
backfield comes in at -.
Hardeman is the lightest maI n
the team, but with 172 pound
on his squatty five-foot sflipt)
frame, the Tch yardage sp-oaO
1st looks like a blockbust J
Marlow and Mellfnger S.W
only repeaters from th.
team although Vn
Ben Roderick, who
team last season a ..
on the second
Kozar, Martinu4
all: second-stingf
Michels moved up
Georgia Te .

meback The Balboa High School bull.
dogs weic still undefeated today
-- and will go down In history as
p f icrFus MM the first Canal Zone team to de-
wr" A Lf" feat a U. S. school at football.
*UC. I The Bulldogs turned the trick
&A MkUm t O u when they ended a perfect sea-
pgj I s r^ 'I son at the Balboa Stadium last
Night by beating Lake Worth
Aope J -'... High of Florida 13-6 before msme
.CM ..^ maw* ^ '.' 3,000 wildly cheering spectators.

ch, Tennessee

3 On All-SEC

ss Grid Squad
- men on the second team with
and Hal Miller, guard Orville Vereen
c h and center Pete Brown all win-
ited inin berths.

Mississippi took a guard spot
with Crawford Mims and a tacr
kle slot with Kline Gilbert. HRo
derrick and Babcock. at ends
round out the line.
.1Lear .took enough points, to
grab the quarterback posit)n,
while Georgia's Zeke Bratkowski
also. a field-general, was shifted
to halfback loig with Mississl-
ppi.State J,6e Fortunato, a full-
back. Florida's Rick Casares won
the position at full.
The third team backfteld is
made up o.. VanderblWt'a Bill
Krletemeyet. a freshman, at
qulrterblck, Max. McGee of Tu-
lane at full and Alabama's Cor-
ky Tharp and Florida's Bufor4
Long at the baits.
Mississippl's Ja es Mask and
the Tennessee's Roger Rostraoff
took the end post while Bill
Turnbeaugh of Auburn and Paul
Miller of Louisiana State Is at
.oerg laa 2h's Ed GOssage
and lsbam JEr Watford
made theWtdM* ftiard pots.
'a.4ters -. .: third-.

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(While Balboa delighted the
local fanatics, over in Key
West the Cristobal Tigers were
going down to a struggling 21-
12 defeat in their annual "In-
ternational" battle.)
The. Balboa Stadium battle was
bitterly but cleanly fo ught
throughout and It was a stirring
struggle from kickoff to final
The Bulldogs outweighed the
Vi1tras. but the Lake Worth
squad, which used few sub-
.lt.utes throughout the fray,
wa. co.Posed at fast and sturdy
c4m*lgnhers who constituted a
con tant threat.
Right after the opening kick
to Balboa the locals Ted Norris
took .a handoft from Ray Nick-
ishet and electrified the fans as
he dodged two tacklers and sped
,down the left fteld sidelines for
what appeared to be a touch-
Balboa,. however, was offside
on the play and the Bulldogs
had to ar all over again.
They moved -the blIU Into Lake
Worth territory- where the play
remained throughout the first
]pedid but tlhe Balboans were
unable to push the ball over.
Right at the start of the sec-
ond quarter, however,. the Bull-
dogs rang tlhe bell.
A completed pass to glue-fln-
gered Bruce Orvt gave, Balboa
a first down on Lake Worth's
35. Then Jimmy May drove to
the 26'an it. was Norris, a ain,
who cataputed ,Into the open.
The. peedatr had. Just gotten
back Into the game when he took
a handoff an shot over hit own
left tackle on one ofJ Coach
John rfwce a,$ae* p ,

teCm uis he dh jrAM

Kick for extra point wa bfootk.
ed and neither team threatened

All during pod
thv, cut thiBe
full of holes and dothatbed the
play, pushing f]Baba back c_-
stantly. And al b penalize
and fumbles tlRwatf thiem

when they got. w
distance they chari
wards the Balboa I
the fourth perl60
finally drove sera
A rush for emtr
and they kicked e
A fired-tp BelM
tlion then tootIVq
doing the hmS .r
viding the key mUs
er *er -L
ain, thei

ball 21 tfils, Whil% le e Ipp-
ponents fumble 'T "hta and
lost the ball 14 t Te MoWn-
taineers suffered 78 penalties dor
703 yards compared with 9 i.t.
fractions and 20 dards lost by.
the enemy,.
Ten of me opPODOnt 8' 010 flrst
downs came on pe lties, while
52 were gained rsidng and 41
on passin W ettee f14 r
downs, Incl)uding 1W by rushing,
31 by passing and two d pena.-
ties. .
The Mountaineers ground at-
tack averaged 4.9 r y s per ca-
ry. Jack Stone with anetain
of 3623 yards during the season
was the top runner. He averaged
5.5 yard o h eac f his 87 _cr-
ries. -
Despite being a second-strilng-
er most of the seaeo, DWk N-
oholson averaged six yards on
each of his 4 carries to tank
second wiuwh gai 322
yardq. Fullgk an "Ui*
yards Mor an kvet 1et 4Syafd9
per carry.-
Freshman Eddie DtSan,
plagued with

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kSept e a andet on the

om! totp 'the nialler cosllleg

no b tft ootball follower,
ift U= bed"
that l wirh TV *each utdsy t
th^atwltB@ lterbe st in cmall col-
Sthis had to be their ultimate
I sor1cot, though I prefer to.4oUbt
St. al'rp to be commended for
pID as r..lat least not surrnderingwit and
ott XKid.year of r9the9 erMiment
we iOO t our ua one'b t air..deo

matter rble or altruatic we ma be we wuo le
It i CAA fame along and sld. "No, you u~tn'(. It wm hurt
the cm upChere.'
,e*er, aren 't JohtnylCome-LateUMe. For years we've
be baie ,C itmes and playing to full h-ouse.wherever
so far adgoli and objeoI writers a ves cannot be ques -

weM contriba i otdicutlltto the pidere b n th

attraotlon. la ts th e -e. on. Sup
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do ga Ta portswriters and, athe g ltket s ame, pr-
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Army Boxers

Sure To -Cop

8 Of9Tide.

The final roi d of the Armd
FoarTe Bog 1mm atI
be held this evening at ort
Kobbe Arena, Bagar One, tat.
log at T:30 pan. eng u:-
meats have bee- ma"a At
S,0 fight tans a an evertow

as. the ffinhtei. bftef -
Nind W.8 an
a l in t he WtSWIM u
In te UARCAMIB u to be
held here em bee. 13.
Only one weteit vision can
be wonbyM aI kehao the ot er
branehbs of the 1m-e. l the
n ls r#reuMted b b -en
a e afin sh thotBeor divi-
alons. In the Ugbt middleweight
division It wWl lie Gs a Hd Roover
if the Navy against Joe Gaul of
the Air Forem.
Start out with the flyweight
ateiaiKi i rueita of the
3M wil4 PlS5 MSeramno-Roque
e-oth5 _Lgb'h l be follow.
edy t ht battle
_tween. two; S teammates,
L i -Belbo lI and H rold
seatra_.n BZerries captured the
lr wel~ ef lIst year and will
be o to gain another chamn.
'plouhip in a heavier weight dl-
The featherweight division
features Robert Hanley, the
n master from Corozal, a-
ant lender Robleof the
_t =a @ t2 t w tbe followed
r iedb River- re of the
th a In the ght*elgt finals.
telnde Colon-Samntlag of the
3 wu fao Ned bqrt of the
U tna the' Ught weterweight
rlss and In the weltekwelght di-
vison It will be Lou Pbertto of
the 45th agaInst Felx Vlalsques
of the 6Uth.
After the Hoover-GQal bout,
Ruben Vintron and A d Mor-
an, both tf the 65th, M battle
ft .at fir the middleweight
crown. The final bdut of the
rdninr willt p. Bl Agosto of
the ML agost James'Cholfeke
of Coral In thbe lightweight dl-
Raimon Rpsario of the 504th
received the'heavyweight title by
default as po othetgA" enter.
Sa man In that wight dlvi-
PFer thoes wlH ikl unable to

24 Years in National Lgue
Written for NBA
question: How aoes $he foot-
ball seaes. between Notre Dame.
and Southiern California stand?
-- immBreslin.
Answer: Netre Dame les, 14
victories to with I tieaThis
Interanetiona rialrxa begon lan
19s3, the Iuih winmIg, .131.
That tint maothg la I t
of how elaom the serioeo b
On 13 teams have ben-7 I
or le apart. -.
Q. Where and when wii the
next AmerlOan ROWn C
held? dWwdM : '.- .
A. The A S Edemr
at the I.
More than 90. lr w ,
Q. How imBay lhom
the n ew yek, Giants 3.em
1at s n? -- V hsedO.
A. The Maont sIbI -11I iIt
the Polo ea,. .-
Q. Hasnt alwa5hhi
strictly an Anri game -r
RLlY Baxtr.
English I eae 'ieu- ip.J
two o cat, .
bleday Is prt.
laid out the diamond as we Pw
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For A Univer

Paints Seo. F. Novey last,
Carta Vieja bowling In chami-
pionship fashion whitewashed
Acme Paints Geo. F. Novey last
Wednesday nite at Balboa t
mixiS of these two d tr
liquid proved there was dW p1s-
smWt- of a blend as ~M one
styed on top while the other re
maned on the bottom. Thri0a
and Oliver served.Thanksgiling
turkey a bit early to eiable thWe
Rummen,to gain 3 points n
team standings ever tle second
place Contractors.
Sam 'Itran, who habsbeen the
mainstay of the Rummen lto the
last 6 Wiek, am up w t
fine 522 iea ad first

b1 x bat MW-r: of the
rini*Wt-a nice 022 564.
and gar. Ia d 019 seatee. The
rest of W tieR0iAmnen.iebowed
over avet wth t-1od mia
topping i twllyinw IwIn
a 8OO WH Olj1.ne. .
The Imn mpetel -
classed l ift
a new ec edgh team serito
for tho* eeBn ut .pinas i
of the. b.t b high tbam series
which thi'established In the
third w -i- of play. Their 974
second '. also ga the Rum-
men third lil In team. compe-
tition for the year.
Balboa Beer drovq J. L. Puta-
turo Buick-Chevrolet right into
a dead end street to grab all
four froI he Balckmen. Brew-
masterr t. CunnlngkSm vIed
with the collective efforts of the
Rummen for p billing for the
nilte. DB l Aiilt peronrmance
for the Beernen gave him: the
number one spot in the Top Ten;
fladt ple ~ AindivIdual hgh
setiu .In "gue uly wit. a
sparkling IS and his gh
game -211- for, the year. DBl s
splendid showing enabled the
Beermen to extend their winning
streak into the third week ass
caused the Btdutkmen to suffer
a complete lss of points for the
secondstraight week. It appears
that the gatherinat of th ela
at the Balboa Alleys over the
week-end has proven beneficial
to the Beermen. -.
Isthmlan Constructors for tiee
third week In a row waer h6ld.
to one point, this me t adoe-
terinined V. W. Post 3i22. The
Contractors might bhave boo
blanked If It hadn't been for
Mac Lane's 224 first game whimo
topped his previous high.tor the
year by one point. Mac tried to
repulse the Vet'a attack with a
fine 541 series but was fiot given
enough support. Despite his fine
series Mac was forced to re-
llngulsh the lead In Individual
standings to Bill Cunningham
by the slim margin of 5 in total
pins. George Moss with a 196
second game led the Vets in re-
gaining third place in team
Wally's -Bar swapped places
With the Vets in the standings
as the result of their 4 point
IOs to Colpan Ford. The Ford-
men drove right over the pros-
trated Bartenders leaving them
lih -mangled In the middle of
*t blroad. :rhru their win the
p twas managed to stay tied
upcoming Beermen.
Again chauffered
Sin the usual man-
'Vinga nice first game
g Off In the other two
with a 49 series. The
winning spree of the
rwas forcefully cut

S. Sports Shorties

"'..MC..I. DOWNS. Rhode Is-

nder a recod hld by

Warning Stresses Necessity

rsal. Amateur Athletic Code
MEA Blat CorMspedent
S '0 L NMrAt
GROSt/ I t.Y.,Nov 2

I6AN5 i

o0 at thi nub by *their arch
s hlr eoas who. have not
m ? team in action this.
.s& cordially invited to
prea~t next Week to lend
r m a Ort. The time -
daift Dec. 3, 19n;
4.-U Bo.wllng Al-
Tos esi, the Rummen
tend an extra special
to their sponsor, Seftor

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LA (th.) 168-20

tndlcp 1, I1PW ) 1 03
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avaIlle I 158-29

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wa1Co 1 Sa 30515
V P 11 197 2I S06
Wani 170 19 1.3 013
tB1r7I 19 33 30488
BWu*1.e vrolet 1 23 18 30847
AS NV0= 14 3128 327734
V. F. W tot8.
Common 149 r0 142 411
MoOm 12. 15 1 473
Hughes 1S 155 1j3 4471
Billings 152 126 0 I 443
r8is d 1523 158 459
Handicap 110 ir 110 330
Totals 847 01" 84I X32
V. 8.
sthnilan Constructors
Murdock 127 133 145 404
NIeks 117 15 152 44
leasa, 158- 18 126 435
Slsco (Did) 142 142 142 426
Lane 224 164 159 547
Handicap 93 93 93 279
Totals 9 39 8M 17 515
Wally's ea
Ware 123 105 169 403
Kavalopsky 117 110 135 3832
Hellwig 121 153 119 393
Butt 132 1 16123 411
Rehart 171 147 160 478
Handicap 1 1 81 1159 245
Totals 785 7. l 88 3 11
Colpa. Ford
Bryan 193 137 16 49 5
atuewe 173 132 127 432
Price 131 13 159 417
Walker 162 148 134 445
Hovan 130 155 163 448
Handicap 93 93 92 279

Cart Viola
Zones 1. 160 147 474
Toaley 157 161 165 483
Relyer 177 161 161 499
OUver 160 222 137 -513
Handicap 79 79 79 237
Totals 37N $74 88 2734
Aqmne Palats eo. F. Novey
Stanldeb er 136 143 129 400
Blackwell 139 132 130 391
Retterer 126 141 132 399
Bembenek 121 181 451
Lyons 140 14 447
Handicap 115 115 115 346
Totals 767 862 M34 24
Bl. Lbota Be
Schafer 178 150 160 488
tudebakerd) 1 35 129 N00
BalUIs 187 145 110 440
Treffinger 114 147 125 286
Cu0nnham 201 211 179 .591
Handicap 110 10 115 3 45
Total 1399 81 s 3 869S
L. L Potato" Bulek-Chonvret
Lavalee 116 145 109 432
Raydor 138 -1n8 12 59
Tarbro (Bid) 126 12X 132 375
Norlgb 157 17" 110 44
Handicap 104 104 104 116

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OROI OIfR, N. Y., NOW. 39

-ItI If ot's more proa-
i i fitable to retain
your "amte r"
3&cdstetuIs than
aonal. The In-
feorenit lonal
Amateur Ath-
yourten's perity
inconsistent "
tre aa Cmt.un Iat
peace rally.
Avery Brundage, president ot
the United States and Interna-
t I on a I' Olympic Committees,
warned athletes that they would
be barred from future competi-
tion If they accepted excessive
gifts, little trinkets like homes,
automobiles and whatnot.
Europeans have been getting
away with this practice for
years. This no doubt is a violent
blow to our Old World compe-
It the brass doesn't lay off, the
boys are going to have to go to
The situation in the United
States has been far more strin-
gent. Most Amateur Athletic U-
nqn cotipetitors still are in the
codoon, not daring to devote too
much time to their sports spec-
ialty for fear of being barreM
"the AAU code i, 100 year%'
hind the Europeans,'" deelr
Irv Jaffe, holder of the WB ld
mile 10-mile and 35-mile .
skating records. "I was
from amateur competition *e,
ripe old age of 24. I coiwnted
the horrible sin of endoring a
certain make of skates.
"The Scandinavians, to cite an
example, have been gifting their
star amateur lavishly for years.
After Norway's HJalmar Ander-
son, 1500, 5000 and 10,000-meters
Olympic speed-kating cham-
pion returned home, he was. giv-
on a new home and endorsed
skates. Anderson has done so
well as an amateur he can af-
ford to operate his own, sporting
goods store.
"It doesn't make sense.
"In Europe they get away with
It. In the United States you're
ruled ineligible."
In faithful aldherene to the
accepted AU pattern, the Ame-
riman athlete canfpotak gifts
of any kind. Ditto Canada. You'll
real the case of Barbara Ann
Scott having to return an auto-
mobile the figure skater received
from adoring citizens f following
her 146 Olympic triumph.
"The Europeans think we have
a horribly unpogre ve attitude
toward amateur athletics" re-
lates Jaffe, back from a Euro-
pean tour. "Thy strongly believe
their system is best, that It does
away with under-the-table-pay-
offs and such. I agree with them.
"Our amateur code should be
rovind to coincide with the for-
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After the All-America Squ !

Comes The All-America Squawki
NEA Sport.s Editor ,,
NEW YORK, Nov. 29.-Walter Camp launchedtf e All-A ..
erica business in 1889, and there have been dissentihg uothX.i :'
since. .
After the All-America squads come the All-America
This one from Harry E. Kidd is typical.
"I don't know whether a guy is nuts to try picking
Americ$ team, but I guess if you are nuts It might help,"' WIm
Sports Editor Kidd of The Daily Gazette of Sterling, IL .PLrlape.
I'm nuts, but I don't go In for all-star picks.
""You hurt too many boys. who because of circus stains irft#
not named. I realize you cannot name them all. but I'd r
pass it all up than hurt just one, and In a nation-wide plok .I
certainly hurt plenty of them.
"Personally, I was interested in Max Schmalling Purduej*Ot
back from Sterling High. Midwest newspapers and comU I
tators repeatedly said he had not received the publicity sa'w.-
"Going Into Purdue's final game with Indiana. 8chm
was third in Big Ten yardage, but one yard short of Ted Ki :
Mtehigan halfback, at 443 to 442. He has been a workhorse ..
"Schmallng from the start was billed as being of All-A
caliber, lived up fo the billing despite the fact that he
given the ooportunlty to score when he repeatedly carril44.M
ball to within the 10 and even the five-yard mark.
"Yet not even honorable mention. How unfair can a ie
"How about Tom O'Connell. Illinois quarterback, wh6 'b
Western Conference passing marks? Also John Ryan, re
of most of the passes, along with Rex Smith?"
Devoting an entire page to the NEA All-America teams
which we are extremely grateful, Editor George Carmack AI
.-Iston Press, comments:
'"Weare delighted that you put J. D. Kimmel oft e
De Of Houston on your second team. .- ..
"I know you get letters by the hundreds once'
th, but I am a typical fan who dares you to show a
pslve line-man In the United States than Kimmel. ;SB .
S-"Houston also had Paul Carr, as good a linebacker
ever seen. He will be a senior next year. and you really
aeiep your eye on him. es
"You will deduce from this that I think Houston hada I -t
team. It did.. I don't think there was a better defense inWe
'country. It was also the fastest team I ever saw." ,
Despite the fact that football Is well into the pla,'
the first of the slick-paper magazines to come out with aI-
fidks to the outmoded custom of selecting just one te
Proof that this tends to stress tackling linemen ia.'tijc i
that six of its seven are primarily defensive men. ThBe -W*
backs are strictly attackers. The fourth is best t itS
I repeat that the supply of players exceeds the em, G i,
wth the positions doubled to 22. -
If the selectors were naming 222. there wouldn't bi-
places to satisfy everybody.
. But nobody will ever succeed In making All-Amerrca $In
unpopular with the customers...,. ...

Itsodayp rnatlenttiwrogram
Snot d. If one group can
be .peitd to .accept git,
then the same should apply
"After all," concludes Irv Jaf-
fe, 4AX director of a Winter sports
program at Grossingf, "athletes
to the same rules In compe-

This is remindful of the wide
difference between the United
States and Australian tennis
pro ams.
The United States Lawn Ten-
nis Association is not keeping up
there, either.

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It has been announced by the "Letthe people know the truth and the country is safe" Abral
National Federation of r ede-
rat Employes that after many
months or 'consiceranon a na TWENTY-EIGHTB ifEAR. PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1952
study, a satisfactory pay plan
for supervisory employes has
been adopted by the 4rmy-Ar I c= _s I
Force Wage Board, Tuesday. r A / I I i A
The. Wage Bard approved the .. .
new pay plan in Washington. m ---1
Uoe-r tne plan. first line54 Cr sh i ct I s
foresme will receive approxima-
tely-2 'percent over the jobs .
they- aflpervlse. Second 1i n e
foremen will receive approxima-
tely 40 pecnt; and tnird line i ea -U ps To
subordibates. ;
T. BULL IN North America and In the Pac- the C-119s, the "Flying Boxcars.", in
Provtion is made for higher fic war theater. The remains of a Olobemaster 1VI1
r altorgher Officials amflie Four of these crashed Involved which disappeared last Saturday Ba
percentage differentials for the *bOficials aie rh no
eop wae.g#board supervisors. death toll in the ( id--o Four ots rh Iv ewi ss4 crashno
'ae-l brM announcement re- rose to 37 td-i. 0 one of T-
ceived-Jere did not further de- the two airmen .w survived ;. .
fine the status of "first line," the crash died. , .. ; ,.
"Second line" or "third line" 'l
foremen, nor was it quite clear 1,ASHINGTON, Nbv. 29 (UP,- A
as to whether such pay raises fhe Air Force today released Lhei '. T
wouM apply only to super- nraies of 32 passengers aboard a - .
visors pale at wage board rates, C-54 transport which crashed |.Op '. '
or clasifed employs su- near Tacoma. Wash. a, t
pervTsing wage board emplloyes., AU but two-of the -passen ers, t
however, i was annuancea nd one crewman were killed.
that-the supervisory differential The Air Force said the namiesv dc
&tten is generally comparable anJ next of kin of the seven, i
to that of industry and to the crew members- were released at ""
Navy. McChord Air Base. at Tacoma. fl
The plan will result in in- The Air Force Hated Airman 2-
creases ranging from four cents C Curtis Redd. whose next o: O8
to 40 cents per hour, depending vil, is Mrs. Curtis Redd. Fairfax. rg
on,th e level of the job and the S.C. as still living but in criti-
tocality al condition. scee
Joseph M. lacovitti, eight, sn IWh
In no instance will any em- of 1st Lt. Anthony R. laeovitti.,fro
ploye suffer a loss in pay due also was listed as living and in Na
to thie adoption of tWe pia". fair condition. The boy's father
The plan requires prior concu- ani mother, two other brothers sit
rrence of the Salary Stabiliza- ind sister, were killed in the I
tion-Board, and will be sent to crash.,lust
that board shortly. S The list of passengers who u
The Departments s Army and died in the crash and their next "t .hi(lb
Air Forcep are aiming for an ef- of kin included: WINDS ISATTER PRISON M The wal. of Chlekgo's B~idewelu
fective date of shortly after A- ARMY Prison les In a mass of rubble. Strong winds whipping acreoas thde
pril 1, 1953. Sat. and Mrs. Benny L. Hock- the city blew down the connecting between the city and to
.nerr. and deugser MHoes county Jails. At right stands the uardbouse expi~sed.
C urchill To Rd e ber.f next of kin. D. Lynn Hoc- '
,, Cornatin kenberry. Sunbury. Pa. nt c
T0 Coronation Cpl. Robert A. Coons, next of r dir
kln. Mrs. Robert F. Coons. James- coo
In Borrowed Rig town, N.Y. nea
Pfc. Calvin Galloway, next of Ol
LONDON, Nov. 29 ,, kin. Mrs. Leola Galloway, Ar-
LONDON, Nov. 29 ,,U.P., kansas City, Ark
Prime Minister Winston Church- AIR FORCE
1i will ride to the coronation of Ist Lt. and Mrs. Anthony R.
QueElizabeth II in a carriage lacovitt, sons. Anthony and
birwwed from a British movie John A. and daughter. Barbara;
company's stage properties, next of kin Joseph lacovitti, .
The Duke of Norfolk,. who Is Bridgeport, Pa.
iA charge of coronation plan- S-Sgt. Raymond Smith. next
ft jd film producer Sir A- of kin. Mrs. Ray Smith, Canisto,
r Korda will lend five N.Y.
ees for the rime minis- R-Sgt. Edwin Niemi: next of
t f the ronation pro- ki, wife. Claudene Niemi, Lau-
et-tel. Miss., care of Jasper Lewis.
ecarriages.plus four .Ali Force headquarters did not
more from the royal stables, will have the home addresses and 0
ride the prime minister and o- names of next of kin of the oth- .
their Commonwealth premiers. er six crew members who were -, .
The vehicles are two horse killed In the crash. but gave the In
broughams manned by a coach- following names: ,
n and a footman, and will Capt. Albert J. Fenton. pilot:
be pulled by horses lent by lqt Lt. James D. Harvey. co-pilot:
London breweries. Airman 1-C Wilbur 0. Children ..
Chirrchill's personal carriage _-Spt. Joseph H. Bokinsky. Air- .th
will-be drawn b) horses lent by niman 2-C John H. Benedict and e
a London wine company. Airman 3- Patricia Bentley.
liSae of the coachmen will be -/he C-54 crash at Tacoma wasA
amateurs, belonging to coaching the fifth plane to crash in the A
Ciub_. Others will be brewery Last three weeks while flying in 'Z;
.,pkyes. or from Alaska. taking a toll of' ."
B135 dead or missing It was the
Balboa Tides second military air transport lost, oTep
Sin !ess than a week. M ITE PRESCIlT1ION A drugglat in Amarillo, "Ta.,
Sunday. Nov. 30 1In the last month at least 235 path throughA the msnow outside his A ,r
2:IEIgh Low nerpsons have been listed as kill- more than.three feet high covered t he'.as
1:19 a.m ............. 8:49 a.m ed or missing in crashes of U.S.
p::. .m............0... 6 p.m. military and civil planes ini There y Be a ,n g

WAKE UP In The Weather' -Maybe Not
Wherever you are with The following weather condi-aroTund midnight and mn beeg
tions are based on the recordsipected to dissipate be*l oq;s
of the past 40 years and may be.am.
expected to occur in the Canal Temaeratur:.The iveragg
L Zone and vicinity during De- tenmperpiture wil b e
Weather: December usually = .DiLb
marks the transition from rainy mlritiagz i tom ra
to dry season copdltions. On rare erage .
occasions the drys eaola has be- PaL s 1ic.d
Run.as early a# the flrat of the.gree i fld l AtI b
month and saofitmes rainy a- at and
son persists throughout tBe r.f4urA 3f '*
month; the average date being degrfee&v
about December 15. The average
total rainfall for tie month bis tim
1.94 inches at Balpoa He Ihis, it
I 5.8G, inches at Madden Dam and Cb
12.15 inches at CristobaL
GUALITY -There is. however, considera- of
DEPENDABILITY ble range from year to year due m g
to the variation in beginning of
When you're on a bust- r,, season.
hess or pleasure trip, Wettest and driest December'
you want to be up and have ranged from 16.81 to 0.it W"s,
out on time. So look '.nches at Balboa Reights. 22.90 tP the "N
tO Travalarm by West- 0.27 inches at Madden Dam ant
c lrx. I lucks emsily into 34.28 to 0.94 Inches at
the corner of your suitcase. .iil 15 days at Balboa
Completely protected for travelling by its sliding ard 22 days at Cristob, d
front shutter, hinged easel back, and non-breakable December.
1t ryutal. Luminous dial and firm alarm tone. See the I lokus and uanshia:
Travalarm today at your rebailer's along with other and there will be an
qualify-famous clocks and watches by Westclox. about seven hours of
per day or 58 per eeut ,f.
Famous Fa.uI Nate of Finl Timepieces Fusg: Nighttime and
morning fogs may be
als~ll A.* Wu I tigt ..td.* Putwrlgh.011t..l Ca cite frequently over the
-. e nentautve: UNIVu3MAL EXPORT CORP. thelard central s section of the
".d Francisco de la Oma Ave. & "Q" St. #32 t, us along theionoh
PanamA Cfty. R. of P
8UNIrEe dRSALbo ColbTA RIONoccur at either of the

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AiaakA on route from. Ue<
14 t Elmendorf Air I
o. were fou yutood
slgn 'a t-lip s.t

.4e theI 3to7.ite i1
nd their taf.t retom f,
The. Alt IForeesaid they
SBlfkiniK a iroMid.#tr
roach I% cen gero wei
4 a.m. when t 1
r.hed to th- gr .
:;b underbrush ke a
Bounced 60 yads and
under-. the im
At trix fieWy wrckawe 0M

kwood Manor hoping pri
South Tacoma.
The firat person to reach
nc was Ed Karl. a pipefI
o lives fewer than 100 y
m the field in which
ne crashed.
There were bodies scatt
over,"-be pald. "I heard a
Beaming. A man gasped him
t as'I reached him."
One of the first personb
e scene was a man wh
as io s Meked by the eesn
sh M$ burned bhada l
at hei. la ed 'and -4ik
an iaulSnee mumnbng
et e aerently, "I want
he bqdles, many barredd
membered almost -beyond
nltion, were placed in
r a dirt road kti

The State Department to
teased this nation's frbi
; for. t6 Albanian pa
a predN d they erentu
free as el froli
rrent 'nt puppet reglt
1 a, 8 a satAteAiment-
S40th ilversary of A
indei toene day,
te epa. ald
t a history I
Abanl le have
ded th eedom and
mudenoea, I& eenturlet ,
they ar Aol tody
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PHENIX CrITY Ala.. Nov. 29 ..
(UP) Family tragedies In -. Tbheuoetaate
three southern cities were bam- rl
ed today on Thanksgiving Day u '
hunting mishaps. n s Ibnd u
The accidents resulted In the for hat d iywit
deaths of two perons, the kill.- Bpeed U rB
Ing of an unborn child, the bMOm "--
wounding of Its mother and the
filing of first degree man- of 0 C -raI1y or
slaughter charges against a 're- dellILI_
morseful father. Mch.,
Roy Trimnell, 43-year-old Co- the -R4ub1D *,,
lumbus. Ga., painter, was freed c st .
on $5,000 bond after being SubmeR
charged In nearby Phenix City, and his alit..
Ala., with manslaughter. :-s" .:..' *i-
Police said he accidentally It .was in l. tI
killed hlis, 1-year old son with field tool te'flrst e
a 12-gauge shotgun during a road to the Poatate
hunting tri sop. then he AW A
hAtl4 tl.'said Trimnell had ful 41-yeary.o bitunda
be driving heavily at th Flint, and a *Mt. n
tint f'A fatal shooting ofteur Rep can. A
mar Trnel planned fo ,the GOP nmin
an said his gun of that year, Willkle, ltmedd
ac a weoff and struck ly. in
fh SiSe. Angered by that laM Ov f
el r plpared to be near fort, SmunltelJl.d .1ovw.k
o e because of the organize a
ho~i tt that nt oy edue a wil
in i ,8... 8-year-oldly uccesl :ry, but w, on
K Woffe ,Fowler .was from there It e
wotnd by a shotgun also the Rt lhto H
laat r. four-year-ord kie column 1a the eectn.
e U b*1 n o Mbaby e d e
pd said work 4ai4w 4 1the. I tol'. aI
hl5ed hisd tecogh Ih i a uor -
ft f0110 hthd
t tr S the he wa jiven the choaofr-
tatr from aa funr-raalg "
td I gan tor he a6ty.
Near Fo Fte A.u Luther OlCo esI wai .- outitantlL-
Peterson, he s fir ing tlug hat his methods became
at a turkey, Shot hM towaidath
uncle. Pev ep-ran 4-year blcn i -
old cammercfe1 lerman and nance ox from o,1r* te
father of. Sin dren. orgt nS t Sn
flo charges Wpre fftd against to the han
Luther. e.l. palcet the ac- of lamso r l p to be
cident oca when he crawl- 2eC O 4 r ...
ed up to w he thoeht w- tw .
the un wa in y es u I ]
fired hi, ,W eaHU rifle. ... s

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