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AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY. OCTOBER t. II
Fine Future. In Horseshowing,
But Nobody Wants To Learn
rubber shoes because
longer and make less
train
when
anyone
Wack-
IACKINAC ISLAND, Mich, now uses
itTpY-The automobile put most they wear
S'tln11 northern Mich.- .^^^'t*
*"* ,... vi.irmith__70-vear- his shoo. He said each horse s
ola HerSrftfffl3ffi B| 1 fftted differently
carriage, provide the only tr"?^^ would ^ to
^Tintilla Benjamin fitted as .someone to take his Uee
Vnv.S'hoHeshoesa day. but he retires but can't find
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S:te*ew Refractory
i Developed
BUFFALO, N. Y.-(UP)What
is said to be the purest all-cyrital-
Une magnesia refractory for chem-
ical an industrial applications has
been developed by the Electro Re-
fractories & Abrasives Corp.
George J. Easter, director ef re
search, reported that a special
orocess makes possible quantity
production of such large Industrial
shapes as furnace linings a n d
bricks weighing severalt ons. To
get refrsctories of this caliber
using previous techniques, shapes
larger than labora tow ware were
commercially impractical, Easter
explained.
The highly pure new refractory
is more spall-resistant than the
non-crystalline magnesia retro-
torios now widely used. Easter
said it also is less lkelyt o com-
taminate materials. Previous tech
iques required burning the re-
fractory at uneconomical^ nign
temperatures.
Wide applications for the new
refractory are foreseen in the,
'hemicsl field, Including the oro-,
eesslng al molten salts and lime
and the manufacture of calcium
carbide. Int he metals field. It wl
bea desirable tool where resist-
ance to basic slags or metala is a
requisite. The lead industry, in
particular, wl find it useful in
tne smetttof and parirying operations.
New Gamboa Union
Church Pastor
Arrives Monday
DR. W. M ALDEBTON
Dr. Walker M- Alderton,
new oMtor of the Gamboa Un-
STcKreh. la scheduled to ar-
ifo on the Isthmus Monday.
ST aft Mrs. Alderton are
xWa* aboard a Panama
^Alderton hi. lurt retired
ar-
Llne
Many Contributed
To Creating TV
SCHENECTADY, N. Y.-(UP)-
No one person can be credited
Dr. Alderton naa J" '""h,: No one person can be creoitea
from a professorship at the cm inventing television, according to
cago Theologc^ Seminary General ferric scientists. Many
ich la aftUiated with the um h contributed over a long
_ih_ *. rviUion h# nerved me -. a
can
wtue
vfHltt of Ctucago. ne ="<=" "~ period.
seminary lor 26 years as .pjfff.-! They said the television idea,
toTor Student Field Activities. | ^^ 5,n back in 1873 when
Thii protrami haii kept hta in Jn Irisbt aSgrapher named May
close touch with the Protestant (^^^ thgt seienium, an ele-1
Churches and Institutions of tne mentf imiltr to guiphur, conducts
city itself, in February of tnis eiectricity when light shines on it.:
year Dr. Alderton was honored! ^^ yWt uter two men
by being called upon to deliver named Ayrton and Perry, in Eng-
the Alden-Tuthill lectures at the lgnd and mt named Carey, int he
annual gathering of ministers United states, proposed the
of the midwest. scheme of television.
The Rev. Alderton was born Tne scene to be televised was-
and reared In Missouri. He re- pcked up on a bank oi selenium
celved his BA. Degree frorn Cul- ceUs on which a lens termed an
ver-8tockton College. In World in,age, as is a camera. This did ,
War I he was assigned to a i not work too well because seleniu
training school for chaplains at joes not respond quickly to light
camp Zachary Taylor. Later Dr.; changes.
Alderton was chaplain at the. Later the photo-electric cell or
Debarkation Hospital at Ellis Is- phototube was developed ast he re-
land and engaged In welfare iUit of the lsborso f several scien-
work as well as making numer- tists. Television then began to,
ous trips on transports over- make headway by new and vari-
seas. After the war he studied in our improvements unti today.
New York receiving his degree
of BD. from the Union Theo-
logical Seminary, his MA. from
Columbia and his LL.D. from
Defiance College In Ohio.
In 1934 Dr. and Mrs. Alderton
toured Russia, Oermany and BUFFALO, N. Y.(UP)When
France, and they visited Britain his wife gave birth to twins, who
in 1935. They have also made were named Pat and Mike, attor-
extsnded visits to parts of Latin ney j0hn P. McKenna sent out
America. innouncements which read:
Next Thursday evening at 7:30 "Say, did you hear the story,
Dr. Alderton will be officially in- about two Irishmen named Pat
stalled as pastor of the Gamboa sna Mike?"
Union Church. Immediately aft- inside was the vital data about
er the Installation there will be the twins. The announcement con-
a reception at the Civic Center eluded with the notation that un-
honoring him and Mrs. Alderton. like the fictional Ps and Mike who
Frienda of the church are in- are famed for telling i vited to the Installation and the stories, "Pat ha said absolutely
reception. rithing to Mike."
nt'-'CILLA'S POP_ That' What
Pat and Mike
They look Alike
>
oiwr/ to xw >ou \
vnAmN,uwi what^
DIO YOU WANT TO SHOW
Fine Opportunil}



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FRIDAY, OCTOBBft . 1954
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE
, Marian Year Pilgrimage
Set For Sunday Here
The Catholic Churches o the
pacific Side o the isthmus un-
der the direction of the Vlncen-
tlan Fathers, and the Army
posts will participate In a Marian
year Pilgrimage on Sunday at
| 1:30 p.m:
His Excellency. Archbishop
Beckmann, has designated the
Cathedral as the Marian Year
Church.
, Honorln the centenary of the
promulgation of the Doema of
, the immaculate conception, the
Holy Father has dedicated this
year to the Mother of God, enti-
tlinn it the Marian Year. Tho participating in Sunday's pil-
Srimage may gain a plenary in-
ulgence.
Rev. Joseph F. Konen. Supe- Funeral services will be held
tior of St. Mary's Mission, win tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock
recite the Rosary and Marian j^,, Charles (Woody) Elcock, who
Year Prsyer with the pilgrims. |suffered a relapse and died;
His Excellency Archbishop BeriWtdens{jay m panam Hospital,
nier, Apostolic Nuncio to Pana-i interment will take place In
ma and Costa Rica, will preach the Amador Cemetery following
the sermon and His Excellency the funeral services, which will
Archbishop Beckman will be! be held In the Panama City Wes-
Celebrant at Benediction. The;ievan church,
combined choirs of 8t. Marys
this renowned Cathedral of Pan-
ama Is part of the world wide
honor given to Mary during the
year dedicated tp her, the Moth-
er of God. It is to be conducted
under the auspices of the Balboa
Council No. 1371 of the Knights
of Columbus for all Catholics on
the Pacific side of the Isthmus
under the care of the Vlncentian
Fathers, and for all members of
the VS. Armed Force and their
dependents.
Funeral Services
For 'Woody' Elcock
Tomorrow Afternoon
Family Outgrows Trailer, Buy Bus
BUFFALO, N. Y. (UP) Tne
eight-member James family out-
grew its old trailer but got tired
of staying put So they bought a
bus and converted it for trips.
Robert F. James, a hardware
store operator, bought the -pas-
senger bus from a cempany that
to the Court John F. Wallace
Lodge Hall, from whence It will
be taken to the church.
Mr. Elcock was a member of
Mount Olympus Lodge No. 6.
IBPOEW, and the St. Joseph's
Council of the same order.
went out of business. He spent
more than 100 hours installing
bunk beds, a galley, a skin, chem-
ical lavatory, shelves and closets.
In the rear storage compart-
ment, James keeps the baggage,
tools and four bicycles to be used
for side trips.
: James claims travel in the bus
is much better than in a trailer,
even though he averages only sev-
en miles on a gallon of gas.
"The bus makes it a lot easier to
go camping," he says, "and I'm
an old camper"
So are his wife, mother-in-law,
five daughters, and Mac, the dog.
Everything's new about the 1955 Ford except
the price. No increase. See it soon.
Mission will provide the- music
under the direction of Rev. Ber-
nard Schlmmel, CM.
All Catholics of the Canal
Zone and the Army posts will
meet either at 8t. Mary's Church,
Balboa, or Sacred Heart Chapel.
Ancon, at : 00 p.m. The cars
will proceed from these points to
the Cathedral Plaza. Transpor-
tation will be available at these
Dints for those who do not have
fan.
t Respect for Mary was first ex-
fessed In history by the Arch-
Mgel Gabriel. He delivered God's
lessage to this Virgin, who was
I become the Mother of the Son
God, "Hail, Full of Grace, the
ford is with thee, Blessed art
hou among, women."
Jesus Christ drew attention to
Its mother with His dying
tords, "Behold thy mother." And
Christian practice for all gener-
itlons has been to honor the
lother of God.
A part of that honor centers
Around the conviction that Ma-
Iry has been preserved from alt
in by God's grace from the be-
ginning of "her life. Mary's soul
was immaculate from the first
moment of its" existence. This
Christian belief was expressed in
official statements of doctrines
and by poets, scholars and ar-
tists.
In 1854, Pope Plus IX added
[dignity and strength to this an-
Lcleat Christian conviction. With
[Infallible apostolic authority he
'defined, pronounced and sol-
emnly sanctioned "that the doc-
trine, which holds that the Most
Blessed Virgin Mary at the first
moment of her conception was,
by singular grace and privilege
of the Omnipotent God, in vlr-
i tue of the merits of Jesus Christ,
Saviour of the human race, pre-
served from all stain of original
| sin, Is revealed by God, and
therefore to be firmly and reso-
lutely believed by all the falth-
[ ful."
r
In 1854, pope Plus XTI has
called upon all Catholics and all
5who respect Mary throughout the
. world to celebrate the one hun-
dredth anniversary of the defi-
nition of the Immaculate Con-
ception of the Blessed Virgin
Mary. Sundays pilgrimage to

A. veteran employe of the Gor- j
gas Memorial Laboratory, Mr.
Elcock, who was 68 years old, is.
survived by his wife Mrs. Dolores
Elcock and his children: Charles;
Jr., Vincent, Marcia, Norma,
Mrs. Zurlka Straughn and Mrs.
Cecilia. Cook.
His body will be removed from
the Santo Tomas H o s p ltal
morgue to his residence at 272
Via Espaa at 10 a.m. tomorrow.
At 1 p.m. it will be transferred
Before You Buy
Visit
gOAfiLftfi
The TOY LAND
of Panama City
PLAZA 5 DE MAYO
in front of P. R. R.
TOYS
from 5 for 5i
up to $200.00
OeLAfi
PLAZA 5 DE MAYO
In front of P. R. R.
Open up to p.m.
from Oct. 28 to Not. It
If you're the book buying
type, ana friends and neighbors
are always borrowing them, be
sure your name is in each book,
and keep a list of the borrowers.
Books and umbrellas are often
considered communal property
by thoughtless persons, at* tow.
* bieacu ef manners to keep
track of your belongings, and
ask for their return after a de-
cent Interval of time. It's just
self-preservation.
Weed Expert
Retires Fro m
Cornell Univ.
ITHACA, N. Y.-The man who
has answered over 27,000 let-
ters asking the identities various
weeds and poisonous plants has
retired from the Cornell Univer-
sity faculty.
Prof. Walter C. Muenscher spent
38 years teaching in the agricul-
tural schooL Well known
as an expert on weeds and poi-
sonous plants, he wrote the "Key
to Woody Plants" which is now in
\U nth Drinting and has become
the basis for related works by
many authors.
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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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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naand the Army and the Navy and the Air Force. Te tn questioned by the polls u \ e enhower 1a'
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and Labor. et al. because it improved effiequoy. was liberal or conservative. .i a 1tiM 3ti f .
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Sand then they travelled far and wide throughout the lnd Thoe average ... n
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soon there was but one style of sandal for all, and and I t al .. e ten cent's a eat
rd pot of one size and shape, and one tpe of q s a th I era ers remember all
and one color of paint. And lo. the people rejoin because l gop atmit Ike's cat go all O trm- he Ui m
cation had been eliminated. le ep6were N. An e, :,
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And recently virtually evo t supported. e b uf Preident .. bearl gs just h after their yh w tr :
sult of elimination of duplcltetol: i l xru man. It was to be held in the Sn hf
But the specter of communism haunt ire land .h wereR also ug tA.oaJ
cause as a result of "the word, everydzl Was. liv in g In arr a sa margin, teo a alst the rult wd It
and ate the same food from the same type of n late and e I whao Adlat- ..SI,: however, Ai m s Th w w tnoe
the same cloth smock and had twhe sm ..name w lr-pagPI, = 3 car th heod t. s no ws e
mented as anything that Rustle could conceive, 4 [haM le or e. o wt Then, when he n new B mana r -t the
And the gospel flourished a. m l, *aaW b .ass tht e. t.mlea lt A -. crats would boycot the pay, he a e w
Prophet and his apostles decided that ithcrtelsba dabo t tin to Wate hear. t o t
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people so they decided to exterminated fter 1 having. the noo ts NHowever, the sar got back .1 tot to e ra They V
consolidated blonde. br unettes and ra d, ad the lean anf P dir South dDakota 'ad (oa't % to the fine be d de for
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And eventually the apostles were elhnlnated because th sea Afield m .ha Whereupontheowis -as ha
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ad Phe he had brought a l be f just ew o at .ou L OgaLoay fted outarcopyatthe 0cv set
. .to wlip up "4 guide i to buy up all the company Po
Ad ,Lpubile relations n By wtok.wm Nal 31iis ,ss_.d- GPe eampa is reay
01WDI SPRAYING tt I activitiesaIof the C808 RUARK .e ti OP Na
inTs pire-election period. Theses aton with McCah andex i meaatf.e GaP
Sir: .rMe.luts were not made publ s by friends, which quite a few peo
Sir: w. .Mr.Resulter. Whiln me pulicibyhoDck no eotah dontsr ti pon o nm0
S.wu het~ r.Dowel of itw avies the not elgaly slppressed, neitherI was avin a talk with the breed-actually, I think it was a thow n v Aws am i to trim Mrs.aMundt, of corse,- s lroa,
daia e -4 e to red r of f l' Dlants in w it souread about the U,, mon"I intelligent meibedaoael, they've h lyou fa on. s in efre cCarts
OR ta, n t. and even This is the first deol report family Mr dog Schnor el-the the bra bred out of them due worms,,- anyhow, and wecan't and Karl himself oncebpt W 1 qo t a
in sp "eedo" the p er pubis its mot other day; and he is pretty' sore at to associatiam with fat ladles--got stand many more of these doctor shares of Texas GWu Sulph atock troesh Mcflan,
amndqop trtte moast pow. 'ler p ife known to starting discovery was the gim harley wisA, the defense boss. mixed up -with .Vice-President bills,. ot with the cost ,of horse on a McCarthy tip that hial Democraic lad, ou a
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usand bhen when he sprays that pu areo not towards opened. Most of them made this been loo'klng over the papers, and with policisans. meat, and f lave t1 live on At any rate,w
rDr. 'D ns e,' the lethal apparent w refraining Ie resed i o. f in very certain Then there were a couple of gen- scraps. Without gin. Dry. speaking at. -Abe ae a
bife1ts bh has now forming -themselves on -jej'ssueS terins of. dipleasure. Hrer, with- rations of.Falas who ell amang camaxed one r csOag oc i a
114M1nun, o T-f the day. out quotes, is an abstract of what men, and look what happened at Where was Ib he ild. Oh, This with: "As long as. flptre t tl h ane atol-
-h haowo","-Cse had in ind. Yalta ~ asablanca. yo u'd Wilson gives, i t to tho se dumb un- good people Da a
the CIOwasThe'.what happen? thkrmofst wd employed l n. Dodand-says" e o.
wi 6ch have beenb A gro t s.upryne the CIO was .The lrve of thatuy express ink i d learn, someday, to ed people and says n mean Texs, I sons
t'not ol tu indicted for dogs in terms of people, he said. leave talo.e. No w-onder ey p teie ta yappinKarl?" interrupteia ,m t i rions
.. 'Mr X- t ftwelM t-the fact The say a lot of peopl are soe ithe a say that the world for s0-.M.. You watMence.-a.
low-I .0.. that in Pennsylvanil S11 et eof at O iestefor thit track about ife is men. It's a male's sa ge a n ..o anNa '
:t"doe 0 what ha happened. ae queried sid vow e wemebploye d and the difference e life. __. may ow any i kca f j me crow, nh
an"'" t.-, a.i.,sIce.e- .ndm. .... .. .
record OfWan athvrojere a few more a arMsa t, but he Is real houseful of suckers to work for c-lorwata
waste a hirtn oldas smart a "we 4 She or one thing, me, In ay to obark
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ItF them. - d beat fria, Aemembr Intelligenet' rlght now, te
Isf3Another surprise was the reacl whoae t t wheteW4 eantot ge jrnthept
tion e x-P tdentTruman whn bg,dumbfreindo la was o labor,, eh, be any moreof esenv is
had worked intimatly -with labor. stupid enough to give Elliott R R-over, t, before the poor comparisiqns. Don't lie there with
zo 0oIn this state, 21 percent said they sevelt a ride home on an aircraft lta u teeth on the sofa. a hang-man look your eeG
Should vote for .a candidate ,up- during the war? The poor mutt 's aohMer thing, Bud onthat machine, :and trbte4 ha
orted by Mr. Truman;'28 percent hasn't been able to hold his head dog for said. The of us-out the suck wo
S they would vote against a up since. neSa. Sofa s _re not for -peple. bite the hand fheeine,ft I
L Truman-backed candidate and 51 In the last election, some silly Sofas tae W-dogs, and the next I will make the sactiflee, if nee- w
percent said they Just didn't care. fox terrier or some such sisy time I catcb you slopping all over essary. Thee, that's a good. an. fo
1- At least 53 percent of the people ....
expressed dsfaiterest in whether Of, _
Sor not Adlal Stevenson back a e' I ... o-

tof P. would vo .te for a Sdtevenson can-
- 9,. Another s4ocker to some CIO ..
Sto Nov. publicists and leaders came in the in
question: -"Woejd you favor or op.
pose a candidate who is a liber. SAN MARINO- NEA)-It is ap- We didn't-even have to register The parliament, or Grand Council Sk
__- _- al?" In faver were 17 percent, parently impossible to get away at the hotel. We learned quickly of 60 which had elected them was Pu
Against werd 20 percent. And 63 from it all. For the past month, there wereslo taxes of any kind. divided Commnuists M 6ri. i mi
percent jwtint care if a candi- this .eou. re dent and wife have P.radise at Ist. No traffic ops. tian Democrats. The government C
U T: T date was le our not. been toaru n northern Italy In a -we went out to look over a fw had been Comuntlist for five p
SThere was aout the same pro. reted, mi. Italian car. We sights bthimre' dark. There was a years. It will continue so for the ou
portion in t a wers to "would avoided theo shots as much as magnificent .purple and gold, next three, at least. Tr
you favor or. ppe. a candidate possible, d the back roads, Technicolor sunset lighting up What the appeal of commrunsm ro
whb is a conservative?" didn't read the newspapers, let half the heavens over the distant Is to this larigelpagriealturaL win
In New J a highly Indus- the international ana economic mountains, and eake-eu 1 c.unte Js a t
Strialized stas U w the CIO and tuatons g' haug. This vacatiolj Around a corner on a steep and litt e hkrd to -ge. Ce Of the '
AFL have really hard-hitting po. was to bet fr aun, and not to std- crooked street and the rrawn first acts of the Communist was do
litical and propanda machines, dy condiU~ns or feel pulses. up on a tipy flagstoned square Ito shut dowfl the ghaig an.
32 percent s d. *they'd vote a- One plao. we sought out was before a crenelated casee that on whose revtpe S. M .ar1 had r
against a liberal candidate, 15 per- San Marinou As you know, this i would phame a Hollyood.set for been able .t exist, as a l.
cent said they'd vote for a liberal one of L9- a Is ; 'and alio Graustark-were 28 Iord ighn ad- commty for years. Gambling
and 53 percent said they didn't claims to' te ldest, republic hirals in full dress. They were was said to be too apitaliste a
c are. in the woeld datVn back to *p. Napoleon hats with pluaes, blue pastime.
Still another Jolt was the reaction fourth ..,y. -' fs roughly asx tol-coats gold epaulets and there Since then the government has
to a candidate who "believes that miles byist and-has about 13,000 were wide yellow street down -had to exist ol revenues from thm
I isenhower's nram is bad for inhaa. his located o100 m Ie padts leg. Ty carried sale of poster ad postal
the people." 1Ffty percent said or so st6h at Venice, entirely swords, raised in p&ate. Stamps bought by the million
that they'd vote against such a surrounded Italy, from which it From a flag-drad balcony of, and malled out to folks b hA
candidate. 12 t would vote is, hw r completely indepe. that castle, a guy in high silk hathome by the hiadreds of ou-
for m and r p ent were un- nt. and tail-cost was reading a pro- sands of tourist. who flock to,
concerned. San Marine Is situated on tihe clamation. At the end, a 0-pieee Sin Marine for a day's outing or
This trend runs through the side of a J loapt mountain, haf band played what was obviously longer vacations every year.
other state reports. I present the an hours etom the Pla the San Mdriao national asthem.
here strictly a report on whatrhour'sl s. fronm thew ua t Mh
here strictly sa id they found what coast. Is acaital town is topped A couple hundred of th 'citize- The hot. wheriI We tIayed was
hElecto day will verlhfyy or tetar y i lr p "eales crec a ry, assembled" oi the sqqare formerlytbe private palae. of-one
ectio reshit ap verify or cheer of a thousand teet or the ceremony, applauded.. Then of the numerous, wealthy Italian
the results apart more. s 4,t* l fairy-tale 'set- they all paraded down the moun- Counts Borghese. One day -the
Sting. Suri lis was the place to tain ant went home to supper. Communists caneto band told
Il all il get away from it all. This was the way to run a coun- him it wasn't rg fre e tamuily
Sag -n JA SU Haw wrepg -we were we didt.' try, Have bands of U0 and armies to have at._ As bu- he
t-una h; ews n-rt M1 1ver1a1eat1.- field marshal. The army, i t himself re. flat
on l on o p only o de the Iron Cur- ed out, was the heredita Uaard Istead. he S tp wh ote Mhing
ta played F. Sinatra of Nobles, centuries old. Te cr- a hotel
al 'blSIa a =onoaaph tr amony was the semianndual amig None aqitM San art. otis-
SN JE Wls 'i 1Sel.jb, of the two "Captaim eg et nists has ever
Syoomit a. ,who would serve as m of d they shbw
I TAIPEI, Formosa, Oct. 29 We had s at dusk. No- government for .n six to see wht SIt'
(tP) Nationhalit Chinese war- to see pass- onts. They dont'emfjrve little t mut
ships sank one comnlunst Chl- baggage as w enough to e ks munists
'd e 6h1, 01.4 ,W.1. .' alire a. alOr,,
rathh" ai ig nortL eih tthe .alk 1Tten b ii fct." e o.; o ine I
Eof Tachen Island, it was report- "Welat to he Free p out. One of thet Ca tahf'
S...f A ." 'was a ommle, other W mi. Maw
The offletial Cetral News A- :
ge ald the warshiyr locked ... .... ...
In95 e' omb early Wednesday -.
morning near Paishyanx is land
S AN ~th of ThnOeneralsT fi . *- '
Fr.A siuo Qhlapg Kal-shek's north- -Jj

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lit the Cathea .ad 'ah.is It sBaidnti
Los Angeles. h
This writer got iMw.- Icloth"p.
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blicity men, t W-e 'Ptt
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But Nebody Wants To Learn

-:IACiINAC ISLAND, Mich. now uses rubber shoes became
(tP) _- The automobl.. put moAstthey wear longer and make less
vilage blacksmiths out of busiH.s noise.
ea .ibut not on this famed I Ben1amn I he ecan spot a
nret in northern MichiU. me e adeaty n 0t
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e vibae blaksmith-o70-year- his shp, aa.et horse's
old Herbel- Benjamin-is still f oflatted .irel. ,.
one of the important men on y learn
the island. itomo~bles are banne in two or eie o-. 20 rears," he
from their sand and horse-drawn said. "To do t right takes a life-
ehrriages provide the only tranx- time."
portatlon. i enjamiin would like to train
Until 1900, Benjamin fitted as soma to take ha pace when
any as 125 o shoes a day, but he r *but can't find anyone
n e of the is- wh- wass become a black.
land' carri x Save employ- smi.
ad ther ;a Macbsr i th. I
DSamlO tt hfiE k* busy. "VdIft tohave a young tells
thgh..-s y that he discon. as an a ntlO but cant find
need his at one thIs pum- one,'", _^said. hey don't want
M "- to learnt today. It's too hard work
he phone rang all the time," for theta."
BenJam isa&. "It became a nuls- Benjamin makes sleighs and
ance. Nowt ey Jlusthave to bring earr ges on the side for use on
the horses down and take a the Ibani.
chance that I'm not busy." .- -
Until recently, Benjamin fitted INe Refract-ory
boreas with steels hices, buthe lew Refractory
Ss Developed
New Oamboa Union B.VFFO, N. Y-

I( urch Pasor r ical anIndustrlal a i
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Arrivs Monday s I Abrasve
seah, reported tha speelal
process makes possible quality
production of such la Industrial
shapes as furnace l Ill and
Bricks weighing several ons. To
Srefractoriem of this caliber
l previous techniques, shapes
,larger than laboratory ware were
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*ecttlty Us light misne 0o it.
S Dr. Ali was hOred even later two men
?.. dU M to5deliver named and Pryn g-
V & A CT Iu .utl! urea.U t tth e land. named Carey int e
annual aerino g .of mniste United I e propoi d the
of the mi et. scheme of vision.
The Rev.'Alderton was born The sc Ao be televised was.
and rared In Missouri. He re- picked up a bank o0 selenium
elved his B.A. Degree from Cul- ea g a eni formed an
ver-4tockton College. ;n World imagea ILa camera. Ths did
w I he. lwas to not work wnll because seleniu
trai laachool toraVpltn_ at does not ubpond quickly to light
aesP Zachary Taylor. Later Dr. chances .I
Alderton was chaplain at theI Later the photo-electric cell or
Debarkation Hospital at -I111 Is- phototube was developed ast he re-
land and engaged welfare sult of the laborso f several selen-
work as well &A making numer-I tists. Television then began to
ous trips on transports over- make headway by new and vari-
seas. After the war he studied 1n our aprovemp t. until today.
New York receiving his degree, ---- .--
of BJD. from the Union Theo- *. __-J J:lM
lorical Seminary his M.A. fromlroPat Q MM ike
Columbia and hi LL.D. from '..
Defanm o.e coge ohm They Look Alike
In 193 +Dr. and Mra. Alderton
to d Russia, Germany and: BUFFA .,* (Uy.1- Whn
Orange, and ;e visit Brite a hswife .ve blrth to t-n, who
in 10. Tey have also ade were named Pat and Mike, atter-
extended visits to parts of LtMh ney John P. MeKenna semt ot
America announcement t which read:
Next Thursday evening at 7:30 "Say, did you hear the story
f. Alderton will be officially in- about two Irislmen named Pat
stalled as pastor of the Gambos and Mike?"
Uilan Church. Immediately aft- Inside was the vital data about
or the Installation there will be the twins. The announcement con-
.r41eeption at the Civic 'Center eluded with the notation that un-'
hobornit him and M,. Alderton. Ike o* fictional Pa and Mt-e who-
rd ofN the chuere are-in- are famed for telling "auh other
vited to the installation and the stories, "Pat ha, said absolutely
seeoption. r. -thlng to Mike."
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WANDERERS vm aces hit-
three sans who hId been their Hol
wood, Calf., home. The boe.ys e to~ :Ste n, 8;
ert. Jr 10; and Chris, 12 disaapeartde rO their home aId
oi anm eut without tellng their parents. The bofs wank .
found sleeping a mile 4ni a half from their home.


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Ala. Zurika Straughn and Mi
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alot Oct. tt Nov. 1


[ 'm If you're the book *
4 np, ana friends aani .16 a
.40 always borowing 1:2
Srg.. your name In eta book,
k keep a list of the borrowers.
., ..* and umbrellas are hein
ausidered communal property
by thoughtless person. aL us..
*- ; brenoeu f manners to keep
-raek of yovu. 'belonllng, aand
for their retora after *%de-
Seelit interval of time. It's just
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Weed Expert
'Retires From n
Cornell Univ.
UTHACA, N. Y.-The man who
has answered over 27,000 let-
ers asking the identities various
Weeds a Dd poisonous plants has
retired from the Cornel Univer-
aity faculty.
Prof. Walter C. Muenscher spent
8 yards teaching in the agrlul.
tUrM AchooL V WeU-:.h&wn
as inexpert on weeds and .tl-
ts, he wro the, "
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R FMMERCIOAL 8 Position Oered FOBq SALE RESORTS MISCELLANIib a S thir
SPROFESSIONAL p upiltgiv.Eg sh cl*'"a "sw ,l,..y s
ferent suijetts. Phone 2-1483. FOR SALE:--Refrigerator ;40; K- Pm. 7 Cr ss31673 lots, pleasephonePanama 2.1,2LPI
mPORT ore washing machine 90, ; E FOTER'S COTTAGES. mi t LimitedtiHe. Mahon M'e-acms
PORTABLE PICNIC FOR SA o an$8 90' nto Clara Law rat P DR. WEPDtNAKS.RMii'.at I Clinic, had $S*i ..-h*1.te
ORIl FOR SALE: --Double Beds with New Balboo 2-1116. 209 Central A... iL Coplt- nowa O B itutd4 sl
B Real Estate Mattres $48; Wardrobes $25; WI "lf. h tle
(Baleu)lChiffarobes $22: Brand New Kitch'- WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach CoTh. lTw.6 o
I Csrag Cam FOR SALE: Gorgoa (near beach an Cabinets $75; Chairs$2; Metal r e flgerotion, two, Stuart Novper I nrlllnk wtla
Draft Control concrete house: 3 rooms, both, 2 Dinhn Tables $12' Double Springs, bedro. Phon Bat.. ,,or you erfi cMh l I ton and J1 Play .rbyW *,
closets. Furnished. 3,989 meters. painted $16.50; a ttan Chaise GRAMLICH'S Santa Clara Beach Cot- ursery ol Mrgaritav. Play yed l lai
Foldg Leaving Isthmus. Sacrifice. Phone Loung $69; Ratten Arm Chairs tages, modem conveniences, md- school hour from 8:30 to since Ot t ril
Foi r nOB Curundu 83-4177. 29; (Rebuilt) Double Mattresses erate rates Phone 6-441 r 4-567. 1:30. Transportation arranged. o be
PICN CAMP FOR SALE-BARGAIN, BARGAINI 12: Innerring Mttrs $39; a--- Cll 3-2502 or 3.1406.
Beoutiful small form at Lidice, fur- otCvered Plastic LivingRoomSets, rvEn T nI h publiity.
Only $5.95 wished. 20x30 square meters. .ov. i nIN Room Sets, etc. at HOUSE- U SAL "T" W r-Old deatndML
G Et ra. AF.S F ORln 1"-LOW DOWN PAYMENT on all arti. ATTNT'IN t. 1. Just built modem Fr SL -M 7 Sieo Iy kAltm
CentraluAtryt.FOR... FOR SA E awg --ig^-^ :ik new S4.
e Ay F O SALE cile. EASY TERMS. We p ay bcash fumished Epermts, o, to J
Phone 3-0fur your old furniture. bedroom hd, water. -Tel. *.4.5 lens,bari $80* Foto Medi- Iep st their suburban i
A oi phone d myA 941 na."A" Avenue No.B81. laSe bo..
aaaaISKFOR AntomoLIla FORp tSLE:-Liveng tsd e tsk cPhi --. - I s lla Le "l am
.p..- 'ine .Rattan, chartreuse cover, FOR RENT.-ul -.s & unfur,- NOTICEti. 4 Be"a t km c.1rsb assAw"e-rjm' was-
lougillac.Fblock-e ca ed 2 & 4. bed apartments. and 41011Mted 17 S "h'a-hd
"1:I FOR SALE.--1951 Codlllac., blkck 4:1 topped tables, desk. lounge chair, ed 2 & 4.bediagm...otments .nd ._t.to: & ,l "b
door sedan, with radio, heater and etc. Priced for quick sale. 3-3319. Contact Alwis Apartments, eect6rIs.1.y-i p0qer tools now who lSeratta&c mn ed
N LVKLWIUO ) rHydromotic. Excellent condition-. 2-242. 10th Street. Phone 1386. Colon distributed by SRICIO V- DVtIM-
Deg.A_. well LOITOne AOUwner. Ft. Kobbe 84-2188.N TAS A11IATIY, Wholesale and
aa One owne.F.Kobb 84-2188. FOR SALE-Tw practically new un- FOR RENT nd two. bedroom Retail, s street Hotel El
0 .t 6_8Ia FOR SALE:-1950 Chrysler-8 4-door soiled, best quality, Beautyrst twin room apartments In house No. 45, Pna. Phone 3.0264.i seach timet t o Ap ]
1 snd a -.- se Mdan. Driven only 9000 miles. In bed Innorspring mattresses ond*= Avenida Jose Francisco de la sso. ed. Hl id it coold Dot
S:,S.' ""-i brand new condition. Phone PAD springs to- t Will sairifoi. ,Fordetails call De Catr Avenido /WANTE TO BUY I..' .
i*'r"r:,tr, 7227. Call 83-3281 aftr 4:30 or all day "B" No. _.. 'W I._. TO BMUt _te "-na*e
FOR SALE:-1951 Morris Minor, ex- SatUrday end Sunday. FOR RENTa:-In sillo Vista, 2-bed- WANTIDI L. r e boy's bicycle. -'-,s mnbers o-


uarnteed. (Day N ight). ditlon, including 6 tires, $125; (19.62 sq. ft. shelf area) food corn- upstairs opartwn4 in a two.family E ... t, "" none cora
S ?C. WALDRIP. P, 1949 Packard, exce.lle.nt condition, portment, 2.0 cu. ft. 70-lb. house: Livig room, k kitchen BOat & Motor thB. Mtomomuty
(ereirat S. A. S) $650. Phone 83-2233, House 510- freer comportment; works on 25 o- bedrooms. 'a---t mold's ---- --- 0. cc- -
,;ebi;a. ges.#oI A. Curundu or 60.cycle current (A.C,. or D.C.); room nd rona oom, garage,. tale- Make it yourself boots, furniture and A U irsa
ph .-i I ..... L...., .. no motor or moving parts t w ear hot' tpr end complete s earth with MB aLAC &B IKi tr twe ae
/. blak :-Novemr r 8500 Cd dl- out. $400. White console, swin bathroom ladlgpdent trancee to electric tools: Drills,' saws,, screw T women are
.-ic black -door, 800 miles., per- mac 25 or 60.cycle current, oportmen Siaad t Cngre- drive and snders. CAS AB*- one -them a Negro.
'"'" L.-" . .ACfact econditIon, $ 200. Peterson, all offtt cents, home made cutting jo"--near Hotel El Panei. Pon NATHY, distributor. Wholesale & Of the male members,
CLINICA TOMAS Hotel TlvolI. table I cluded. $175. RCA combi- 2-3545. Retail, across side street Hotel El prIfenalbinsndel an eg
er 3uheas doorCo1 e seen at N.C.O. Club. $75. Mahogany drop-leaf dinette FOR RENT: dp deenlu PanoO. Phyne3-r0e2mans ir
& etsi &l d rk Fort.-as or call 88n193 after 6 set, 6 chairs (chartreuse plastic- e bedm, Fr lp seS. WANTED Male .T a .sd.l v te
t (a y&Ng hIansAT di t prsPtl12;21Q..2. covered seats) $50. Hoelyweodd sin- Belle VIsta.Pone 3-,64 "es a co*nl edC
A-eS-e, $650. P F h neL:8L 4-door, dHus1 paid ge bed fros, Simmor n ers FOR RENT:-Apartmsenut, well locat- Mid'suOu
A Cnl" J'" .FOR r.-uw. ot0m-a--B u rem, e box sprngsr0. 251eA, ty, c6oI, quiet. Inuireat th Street""-.
n m$200; '48 Nqsh 4-door, excellent Limon Circle, Gatun, Canal Zone. # 19, first fr" o pane W -ANTEsow f nwly started
I*.s *- c~. I condition; '50 Cadiq 4-door. Bes- (N ) P -57. (Neto Phoe" chsck.rn e.. ad buI .
-..ow. Bluebhook. Phone.-2573, New FNetown) Phone 5-76 .- FOR RENT: Fum d aortmant, chl. You wil 50e a or
C IISI rstabe3rd SI;,;r--nlP,2o. FO ,A ft S n..... all sc rwed, rigidaire, s e. n Mext 5 eri. t ye!r's pro
uR T E TST / 3 FOR o.LE:--$40 -ft.Whtesingouse r- Via Esp house t Jun otanlle 10 s lyrsc re0
l ab o. FOSA CTA n 37,mB. a3p3., L. Ri-. F-OR RENT: L a two5-bedroom k dr caccki sIt pe-- e
If acp,_.iaios. 120a. N a t,.4 ICATALIA n --.i portent, aly funished. __itt.d Aifr l v. 1.) Large month-. II.
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y* Ja VP O, he Owcnitr S udeS wen aeest aNoas. S Fe h. 5o other Of L6t5
q S l ne er- womwthrooms, porch,hoyard, neh- In godent trike. l ood FOR REN Pe3 room Ave.'dinin
A DO LGIN pw ed n Easter Is- The student walkout was called room en. ermos, 3rd ,


Ss land more than two months a- in all of Argentina's six unive N. 2. r information: Call clean, furnished
AS wi be r ht tor the I I FOR RENTNies to protecelyermen "irnn. 5. C A No. rs, N privilege. -
i l bedroomm chlals it ble f tw reference wh dente, sofretiesn B31tst
SA aa a y El DiaUO' aten spokesman fos - Street No 14UP)
esMisoor wan a round-the- ernmen said the trouble beOveookinan r of
rA.AI C JEWELRY B (M ien Vessel -nThene 0lt ew pa EllDia SAS .mnmis.I,_r, VIers. Pa-
:' :I worldq! ce id hr .acht Wind- reported todayeCat' euniverat- S 5iMo-i ---S-,.W ,owP.- _% .-r
Sw alor. On AugO 17, durtn. arterns were. arrested Iout several a M nee A eative Of Decatu nd
Qf.+*S .., FTan cisco ..oy I11-- -e 3.50t2oke de .mo nsa4on4wt "4" N"| ,o,,l M..ther Of Late II
AN ra t.29 A )Hal or thoor, New Or y in connection with a stu- '
I-"-- -n^ Lag-GN leansd no -asper woman who dent strike out in T:- ChaJet, 3 rooms, dining
*Wal.o m Iwas shipwrecked on Easter is- The student walkout was called romo klfehen. 'Viqft Hemo:sal 3ed .ck jones Dies
and W. A. Ben thrown onre then two months a-oorn all of Argentina's six unvers Ai- street Ne 2. Fr information: Cll er'min
n'A b, a, sI chool-ship, it terference with student societies. sate"..I -.v. H.'
S "w" asan od today. El:Dis, often a spokesman too -.,-D[At.. rS,- Oct 23"UP)!1
dons'the Buenos Aires province gaov- " ":'-. ....cC t.-i--(Up.)
Mmbitnnans iss Poor was qw a rourd-the-jernment, said the trouble be an VOU '- n iaI m- ae uc koses.80, a
d of Louiville, K have been worldcruisae nat the yacht Wnd- w nen the Uniy Fedversityion (FU- ',.. o d r
S hirmen of an or- sailors, On Au 17, during B proters here, carried out oseverf -al, -h French enal. ,e'1sdo au e of
onin the Preyter heavy storm, the yacht broke BA, protatins. the arrest o M tarted what
h A-mand A Be... thrown on the rocks. Miss Poor BAenos Aires by the Buednos Ai.-" o t geh .trs b ne_. en Ind anapoi.

urce of Ame. ateSn or- eA), proa ) students invaded te shool of P to lectrt power ng, the Hollywood ho S
VIM Ch were anA" "(aP" deFs risten g. 0M, widow. m aof w ne
Szesl i the Pre sBbyterian Ps d itdche tA), protesting the arrestU a -erl ve just started what1 0 -wdw

intoaton about Federal police then arrested 129 m o ne in Cronair T
ent an nterprte United States Chleaer thip o f the attack students, said adorit arobl the earth, thfull-scale ater



t to the le meralda, whior left on ts an- El Diae e r, and took awa from t to harness the usemoon's tidall, a native of Vinennes,
hreea Pl.e Miller of nual tr crulae toay with tndm several "rubber bfackjacks, back into te sea. rice iUundoy

y eoemt, g _.g ll...luv l men, h asu been ordered tosbrtnl ete OC e weapons, h.En.inlshav_ ,_long drea-.ed. At St. CriStopher
ro the of h omeric.e oft MiH Poor tand to land navs a etudentsinvadedthe ofr power d- Ithnt rn i
V.a os tomenta Wr ean.- foraicd to get onfrSuter Whnimedicinelattacked students listen-time Imemorial hne oewionwfie





-aan e. Frankbl ofer I nv at te her charg- d', toahulecture sd injuredtreeFro ti l wch shool of St.on
I lr t., formerathmat theE mnaka Islanders o wre of them, in an A -ttempt to force foge vrhtty has attracted teIeao
V .n ha.d-- r me ,o 0 wio nday t p.m ; ------
ns h thelv to the wr all stud s Books sea, outf its bed, over during WIL
ntlo Mtmoril sk ceORK, Oct. 29 (UP) crdew aDeceUber, ecturitte ofIe.. rsdeeut oh dsP-

,B; +,++9W^.,v,,, m \ | WallStreet ot its first look at officials wiB h receied come-he^ I.II". atlddl-,
IftPe S tnda a 1oW t 1h t FederalpolicS teM enins of the 85-pletwe iB as n for the dam inu1en a Coreon Tas1-- 5 1ll

B]''rvea will be hae *rlvately owned "i cm '-
Safternoon Iat I r '- With Pean schooled -sPeru in of the attacking stfiled a regis- consteo will sthe earth, the water ne the 11 ro-
aI loDlls Temple n ieth Century as .Ito .tgi1 t. aon mea yesterday with next elv aad lials hope t"ers.r'k ,k a d lor the-
lopi Mye Uog"Bride of the Conqueor" ishclubs, lengths ofiroand Exchange first a hIaowatt hong *-




.movemet. giving fu ng and vivid ll an hmm coverwn thl flrst will be julng France's eletri .U be
a. gmb* *mrs of the oMdT arveentuo rad ltoy, wbrit t p gsaleot isu capital stock, line, at- the end aof fe l yng ears, St.nd u pi a phe .
t .e, w. o-Islad la o l reuolatom d nturin t S llfs,b abare to be sold So far i y ountrie s u new of ,
worh .... .s 'past week by the Islanal one rs. rep t ent of the com watch te French experiment i ....
rEae-r Ia. ,'s, total a all of which R Itwsouut he. har s a nmtru-id hlFac Chr,Hieeis
IceJohnA.RdHre by Bartefm, i 8pe 2,300Mns D ah ti estte of Dr wtteItlw aiat wouldbe ldeal o s




C. of the cos nofvelt, the book Joile T. Dorra, sole owner suited to imar projects e
cM oa:t .leMast id of itvember beforeer presidentt of Ca n satit have Stol Anos
the brother pmaro wo up..o in 1930r. le .ut o .h the ras t. n Ihe
NNW: orinWYORK, Oct. 29 (UP) ad up statement By Dember, Electi f Oct UP t
own Pe. aowed a the fcal year85- plhinted pn for the dam t
e Sunday N e MKCOmpbl O-Soup Co. to p power plant from competing do. will'


___ting :andvivid 00Wcofe o co vaering the first will be Juicin France's a
pWlad in urouhtladuiaol g centofthe 8orn-wa1M121ZtbesolLd- tomem,

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1952 PLYMOUTH Club Coupe. Illarney Green
lacquer finish. Factory installed spat cov-
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MERCURY Fordor Sport Sedan. Immacu-
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1947 OLDSMOBILE "98" Convertible. New
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1950 ,ORD V-3 Club Coupe. A. eal sporty light
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Metal office.baskets .,...,....... ...............L. WE
Plastic hairpins ......... .. 0.40 .
T et brushes ................ .. 5. 0.,
Metail brauhe ............... 1.75,- -'
Metal brushes for baths ........0 -G.95 ,
Mops with sponce & brush .... GAO
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hre eight 41 gt (hat ;pntrg
Vesul, a e-tdck defeat
't make them very happy
!One player, John kMoran, 'of
Houston, decided to bid fom-
pasde on the theory that he woml
etruffing tricks that would
available at no-trump. He was
rht, since the hand produced 10
tcks at spades, but only eight at
no-trump.
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monds, and Morah allowed East to
win with the queen. East, corret-
ly fearing a rosrs-ruff, returned
a low trump. South played low,
and West's queen forced out dum-
my's king.
Declarer led the Jack ofa cl
from dummy and west took t
ace. West returned his remalnin
trump, an East's ten forced s0U
South's ace.
Now Moran lashed his top clubs
and ruffed his last club with dum-
my's last trump. The next step
Iwas to take the ace of diamonds
rand lead another diamond towards
the South hand. East discarded a
heart, and declared ruffed low.
He then took dummy's top hearts
and led another diamond towards
his hand. Whether East ruffed high
or low he couldn't shut out the
nine of spades, and the contract
was therefore made.


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'1t Coatsta Rica I take pictures of the small fry dur i- om a JmMal
-'I e I glesias' and M r. Iung those hours. .uL .ri pPledge Ritual 6f the
-spos Jmenes, both I Parents who want Christmas Apna ha ter o0 BetaL mgMa dMra
-of the Esso Company. cards made with their chiQoren .' .nelo he Curuada Ucapt-
lai are on the Isth- on Santa's knee ate advised to hop. tire. rohy iuCChapir
a* visit.1 come during the first week If po- president performed the impre
sible. sve initiation ceremony wii t.at
Va PS etc prp s M N y assistance of torchbearers, Dqlo-
S" Sale IPot-luck Supper Marks Navy ay res .Jacome and Connig 'ho^.
ose to many requests, The pot-luck supper held Tues- s ". ,
iB has deemed to ut in day evening, in Coco Solo, and .I.ushees who were pledged _n
Can Si Wfee at the Cansa com- served by the ladies of the Auxi- received their phas are: B...,
as a Balboa toy sale every liary of Fleet Reserve Assonia- ....r Aa-ela
Th raa venin and Saturday tion. Branch No. 59, was greatly Bolton, t'afaret Trask, Alic q
until Cristmas. enjoyed by all who were present. j,. W 'au. -A IV uia.
tarig next Thursday, he will, The menu was varied and the.Iuig toeswo lk hour, a uor w,
be (u nt to greet is young. theme of the colorful decorations, sage of eattsya. or hids Was Won
.dm tN .from S p a. until a was "red-white and blue" in hon-. y ioanned heae Cne of the -
hmours at Saturday will or of Navy Day. tted aped mandarin lA e
make a weekly ap- ake Saletableclow. goverea tue r e f r e a h-
e a riso m bka weey Ap h hate SaI menot table whicn centered beauti-
Psa t Cristobal toy sale Alphp Chapter of .]eta Sigma .ul o, .s and native greens
ev y.Fiday, .tarting fom Nov. Phi will hold a Bake Sale tomor- tj a blc'kittery ds c y
.12,wnen he will listen 1 requests row. in front of the Albrook Post n a black pottery dicolorsh, carryngof b
inj dispense charm from 3 p m. 'Exebange, starting at 9:30 a.m. out h sgolio eitr side of
un be'pm i
er will be a photographer Unit 5 Welcomes New Member s eectve centerpiece wre
pr4 ntfrom El. Halcon studio to The regular monthly meeting black candles held in Diack can
: The refreshment table held a
cake decorated in the colors ot
black afid. gold in the shape of
Wait till ou see the all new/ Low itie'reek LeuLer -"Pm;" sunulat-
StTill new LOW ing the ritual of jewel pin. M d I.
a *nud 'tics, Lt.ndTIULLe Lgley and
1 Uilma Luae, aateinaLing at the
S silhouette 1955 Ford hard top.. m e. o a, .
Spuncn bowl, served as co-hostes-
,' sas for toe evening.
______ ___ A general discussion followed
on the sorority's bake. sale to be
______ held tomorrow Saturday in front
". v of the Albrook. post exchange,
S ; i startirig at 9:35 a.m.
I Sisters present included, .Shir-
: W eC St l ~have som e ley Barca, Betty Boyer, Chariot-
te Cagley, Virginia Copello, Gil-
a & LuUe, Mildred E. Frick, Hel-
Sen eREATH S left H singer, Dolores ainme,
fA lANJ W -REATHS left Vlern Morse, Zoe Ann Nalpa,
Connie Thompson, Peggy .Wertz,
L t'ry Eileena Wilsot, iaaeres a
%A right, and Pauline Zon.






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:Expert will peak on the U. N.
Social Welfare -Program in Pa-
nama at the fall luncheon of- the
Canal Zone College Club, to be
held at the Albrook. Field ,Offi-
cer's Club, Saturday, Nov. 6, at'
12:30 p.m. -
Members and their guests ma
make reservation, with the fol-
lowing laoles; Mrs. b. J. Irwin,
a-16.-Mrs. HIL. J.Zierten, 234031,
or Mrs. Fred Gerhardt. 8-34422.
Jun Group, CAR
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We have 'a SPECIAL
SALE thIs week a
lovely asortment
of latest ties .
COSTUME JEWELRY,
Exotic straw-srwlnge
Beautiful Viennese
art-craft pias.
Famous Germannmade
non-tamr hab e., light
aluminum ewelry.
All fantastlca'U low

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York City with his wife, Rita. and three of th 'n
Leo. 13: Edward. 17, and Paul, nine months,,fSW.'dpMidyfon
to his native Ireland Uter five years of Imm Uat W t
ment investigation. Leo ailed from County Meath 19.-25
using his brother Pat's first name because his boitj leWat
originally meant for Pat He admitted the fact Was* .[rt^
appoled for citizenship. -


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call 2-1327. the geological history of the Isth
-,--. mus. Guests aor invito-
Arts And Crafts --
Group Wim Neicome4s Chl
Meet Monday Board Will Me ..
Ther Ats and Crafts Group of jMonday Even *g
the. Balboa Womanst Club will "There will bV--aB bA& Meeting
mdet at the home of Mrs. G. O. ofr the Newcomers' Club'Monday
Parker, House 5607B,. D i a b I o evening, at 8:00 p-J. -at the home
Heights, on Monday at 9:00 a.m.: of Mrs. D. E. Grier, i Margari-
f .--- ta.
Executive Board '
Of-rtel bal Club .. I* .. .
To Meet Tuesday t h i. ---.
The txeeutive Board- of the .
Cristobal Woman's Club wilf mee, -
Tuesday morning at the Red. .
Cross Building in Cristobal. The I ,/

'Know Panama' Group I TI'
Of Caribbean College .
Club Sets Meeting i
The 'Know PharI az group of eo *t
the Caribbean College Club will I j i I l
meet next Thursday at 7:30 at --n .'
the Cristobal Red Cross Building. i ts amazing how nY.fIo
Kenneth Vinton will speak on aiot ...tl

Milk Improves health,
reduces fatigue ,
Reports from many ladue.
trialplantaindicatethes r 4
ing value of milk in hnp-o-inft
Anployeea' health and their
production.. Mlk s rwd qt
work bet 'M omak ad ded


treuh-tastin&, cjfamj ll e what
you tt evmitotNlip. he pe-
-ay-jod^ -HK-lim freab
flavor kitchen.
T p e water, str, and you
diouwhlesae mil.!


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two ip'armTINA boxme and 20-oeaL. Tmad.
vantapof thoiofto dayI
SAIWA fl0ttapoduct taatinu# IqW
eamin. 4sw ew life to yocr
equadofSAT'INA added to ye *t*.clfib -
your wrka pleasure. The ika I1Ip n 11
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so served aago
E tor. Mrs. La
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hson was In L
Jaies Rogers r i te cruz
ahirman; naM kt. A I-
served In the same oa s
at Rainbow CR. .
Though the 'tograwm .ia" I
the various t ia It It dlvidft
generally intt handicragt and
atYetic events-
Included Lthe, haindfiraft-
projects are swing, crohtin
elt craft, rtektawk ewslryh,
and shell emrift rfa wolCh
ketry, textileand China pt t-
Ing. Finger .9lftilt pro to
be the great taon with. the
younger chl .. .
SIn addititoa A.the handiceft
program, the c-hildren haet a
certain amount of athletic The,
children' hlavepen taken by but
Sto the Paaf viBsefce Center. _p
roUller skaitl MUaions and 'hll- ..
dren from- th, sides of the .UMr. W h ea. u
Isthmus atAe, pent joyous. a- .oti rT ie
slons in the b Mbow City So0 W SO L S e.
qure dang and other in- MOW at t.jo.oeuin;%l
door actfvitlwround out the se amau,*m m.'t,
athletic side of the picture.



"KOOL SPOT'"
f testa u r-nt 1
4th tf Jut Avenue (Opp. An Iont |tOffle)
Now aat excefent new Itob..thf..L"
RAi i,. Thurd -ys, Satwd and Sundays
Ainwica dish and Sanld..d
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Have lots of los. Cope in, anda- get every.
thing ,dourtSl $ pft:.W!:,MASM,
FUNNY DISDISES, plsic pumpkins,. dk
coratious, mt . WE AVEIT ALL!


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Harvey Lik 0sK"d tat tiia
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her 35 r and"n
Darnmc Witk -8 Starst s" ....
and.n.
"irr ttl wasInnM"
sinesohn early post-war Years of
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Mrs.e the ite
nieces ant*njbwg -throu *
children'sclub talrmed by her
dou'hter, TaIt. Th si members
of t elub called themselves the
u lor oy Craftrs.
In th days of hngerawant
.i uys lsh ~su ested to
#W flubt hie wto to s.,
t own age in foreign landso. -
letters were pouring back
and forth eoths tuocesa.
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presents of foondA ,t o l
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dozen .d.erntpsp .
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wcomers Poe Avedof 41, W IlTohm
by Wayne-Fellows .for *W6'-H&, "The High
,v.' depict the lives and love affairs of 2 .people 2
'UMy ; Jo ero from' the -land of Hnolulu to .
:t of mpendin danger xratu. a foree
dbe true emotion of 1the 1 pasUengers and five
t and The Mighty" was, directed by William A.
itrl Tiomkin composed and conducted the back-.
for the fl1m. ... .
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tREWUCED PRICES I




HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
Down Month
tioferm Wardrobes (carved) 15.00 6.00
Wardrobes with Mir-
S. . . . . . 5.00 3.00
Double Beds complete with
New Maure e....... .10.00 3.80
tNew Kbhen Cabinets .;.... 15.00 6.00
Beautiful Two Color Plastic
Living Room Suites . . 37.00 15.00.
Mirror Top Center Tables.. 5.00. 1.50
a, ....... 5.00 2.00
iModemn r .,.A4 Mahogany
Doubl w#U wish New Mat-.
.-. .. . .. ..... 18.50 6.00
u%. Mhaki Lounge ... 15.00 5.50

MAN OTHER BARGAINS IN NEW

AND uSD FRITURE...

ONWs Cnet A.
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two plas.e surgeon. HOUSTON, Tet.-(UP)-A Uo,.
Hituxwo o1 ir n N o !traffic ep" if ipaung I
Sbhe teeth), a prostet sM mooth-floiig operating oid of
t (who con a fits th, oustpp' to n traffic prob-
5pc ,ppUnces,). a pediatr ic jln, a lea.
pen h therapist an otolaringe- The new i"cop," an electronic
S*lI E 1 st (nose and throat special- brain control g satin lights at
-. -.), a dentist an a social work- W9 street interetiens,. enables
aM to h'E :o or .traffic- in dwtton and adjacent
Areas to moa wer the-city'es ys-
me",wA These speeiall meeting seml* tam of alternating one-way streets
onth r %tk Children's Hoqpi-
tal dedo: iikent of treatment*
'oa var inuste THE FINESIT
the 9v l cases im angles.
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The TOY LAND

of Panama Clyi
PLAZA 5 DO MAYO
in front of P.'R. R."


TOYS

fromnfl5wr5

up to $2M.0



PLAZA 5 DE MAYO
In front of P. R..R.
Open up to 9 pa.
from Oct. 28 to Nov. 11


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under the B. F. Goodrik Tubeless Tire
tread grips puncturing object,. plqp *he.
hole permanently aftir the .object I
removed. Drive over nails and Bl on as
though nothing had happened! No fit tire
to bother with; you drlve trouble-free.

2 AIR-RETAINING UNING
takes the place of an inner tubseAn impact
that breaks a few cords inside the tire
causes only minute leaks nla this lining.
You have a s-s-slowout, wish plenty of
time for a afe stop. B. F. Goodrich was
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the Iothaes at dusk W
ave:ao 'dodbt abeft
droe up easy and hav %i.
moe everybody.
Though .lalloween Itself I
bte ixeet costume nfflatr o
Panama Golf Club. The Ate
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Inhabit the clubhouse and a
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Me! Bawer.Se o I 4- ups in men Cu-
nitles, many'-ehUtAeen
i MI until tomorrow ean have been a today
Sa et few oortt .$ or to
ran SqOlety qf Tomorrow l be
qries you'd eyer ,speBt parties at. a- ozet
tfrrandin lawh for revel Canal Zone ft1 the
youngsters t WO -U heir
S. rounds of bomaes r don
There's nothing exclusive about tions for the U Chil-
this costume affair bing, put on dren's Fund intend 'the tradi-
' by the Amerloan resaa~s of Pa. tonal "trick r "or e'als on
nama "City to arh ftnds to im- Halloween.
prove the elementary school in The kids who ta In ithe
Panama Cit. Which bears the UNICIF colleetifts r" ej o y
name of their country. Is the Es- their treats late at th church
euela de los Estados Unides. parties.


YARDLEY
toning
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chafe. eld's lari' t Getitg nud. I
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Pankma City.
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marls St. MalO. Msa.Mariel Ien, fHiow-
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Gray, Arthur Cherry, ..-_.
Rhyne and. Ta oma m .a,-" a ,tm -n
talc tiiae bri&tOb I 'i Club
dCapters, N~.-a o lW.Cbo ... b-'"ridge
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liOladltoras" follows th l4m of "The Robe" i tIso.acompiete. different at.oranid shows the
eaS t firstefCentury to brek the faith of the Christti&s. Demetriuc succumbs to the wiles of Mea-
kulhe "'wickedest" woman In Rome, and through her aOlftolenoe $ toroed to fight as a gladiator
lisit&iW Indulgence. .-
na. Dem.trius and talon Hayward Is Messallna, which, is ted With having more loers than
UA -isa Peter, The BJg flahm with the same eloqu pqWer he.ahowed n the previous picture
r in lhek hda of Jay RobinAd. Fo'rmlng the sextette tara there l bebra Paget as Luciae, the
d with bemetrius and Ann&jAncroft as the courtesan of Greece. l AdIt.


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-s U- ITurnca's 'Sentence Cut. w Theory on Poor "c.A. ews


N ONV E AMB ER rimLife T 20 Years Memory Advanced
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S w AN ANTONIO e., Oct. White upheld the forfeiture' and "art circut" in the brain .
ai aD ai a a 1m -i m m mw -- ",(UP)-The commanding gener- honorable discharge se c tions cording to finds masd h .Dr .
ol of the U., t oFrth Ar ."Zcut the verdict and pointed out Joseph Gengered,, Univerity o
r. TCl ade At Ba tchelor a lifethat Batchelor was entiaed to Calrriia/psychologit. jhe do-tj If idea is n
--. entence yor c 4at. w ask that enlisted men sit mo the l i the r wmelfy pars iofth
. -L L the Chinese munisnl and olurt that tried him but did not 'From experiments made with weIa very comieda
(CI: 00 00 3 squealin on toa d08 to 204 o rats, Dr. Gengerelli discovered th b Iendt i. Ivt. ofcost
iMCS: 0.60 0.30 ,ar tdy. Batchelor was among Amer- frequency of electrical Im t have teo hveome sub
he eommunder. Lt. Gen. L D. koans who decided to r e ma i.n a rat's brain determilnes how 0w etc.a the local "sler
y5--m: 2g0n 4 6 .:.Ps *wh.tes.. a .ers was nothing in the Communits after the they remember thin g. Rats of, nPana
5"iws: 2.f2U0l0 j age of court martial testi- orean trace as "peace flfahte" whose brains were elecica Ily ll findserail useful inole
tt.nmed to ex ouae N.But Batchelor and QpL Edward stimulated at a high. frequey tena sou to doit-yourself
fmpt00 ::t, te that Batche- cekenson of Crackers Neck, Va.. remembered things better t co-om u to them-
...co.at t.ee them at Ca.na
S.. r Was years old, but changed their minds at the lat those stimulated at a low n. ~menc m B cathedral Pla
AaTahto.. a a a er young A- moment and came home. Quency. ound taLer from 6l
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dftheecourtbhas done in the Adr
the rehabilitation pr- BOWING AT OR SERVICE CENTER
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1-- 4 Regalo A. bna. ; .3x -Shoul4 It. up 4-1
32--Vall Star F. Hidal. 113 -Horo e hterg 2-1
E. Orte. 105 -N cate 15-1
4 lD :086 0. San. 113 -Mumt & nik a 5-1
o. gator A. Ycasa 106 -Cb 0cdlt '8-1
-Y.-Prlnce J. Qongo. 110 -Mut. Even
7-(Tiger's TeIh A. Valdl. 115 -Not r4yt 4-1
.N-(R. Chum 0. Chanis 115 -Rates od chance 4-1

10th Race "C" Imported 7 Fg. Purse: WS.00 Pool eloses: 5:40
1--0qyonler 0. Chanis 106 -Has AilM apM. 10-1
2-Chlngr4 0. Ban. 110 -Rates .q De 2-1
34Donny Boy A Vldl. 118 -Best in. I- png 10-1
-'do Castil. 120 -Hard 'tiaoe 3-3
0 e Ban. 100zx-Would. $juief pgice 15-1
S-.Supersn A. Yeaza 110 -Could epea at price 4-1

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SUJUALEY
NEW )-anas a
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titlcs flared .- Wy now that the Aperi-
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'airb oos brinetfl Transfer of a lirich'td a
tiD lW t!," isai new city requires a. vote- Of six
1 estate mah Arnold. Joha of the eight league iub wnerF,
$ ', thus a move m.k.. be

S mic l eet at a new vote on his oJer is
a rneys shortly. to disess not necessary, since the league
next move." _,j vote approval of a transfer to
.I. Kansas City, the once-dl;i City at its meeting. in
,in06'1to( on Oct. 12
'l._Mayor Wm S9os m contention that the eas.was
S"Our feelings have no sold to me in Chlcago,"
ed. Johnson.
e still be swfully pA section of the Philadelphia
a them," said Kmp. e group came .after a 0 hour
Sm for the AthleUff ilU meeong, which began with, the
:*et In Kus cit o owaera listening to a personal
there e6om y plea from 92-year-old Genie
S a great seasoAn. Mck 4or approval of the deal.
an Ksi s City 'N I 6 beloved "Mr. Macn made
S kleft'tlne In the b hbid appeal, then rested, '' an-
S the Ab4e1t~ i citl room while the own6r de-
Sthe Amerlas O liberated. He came badk to lts-
dW r M eo n voted in a r te n to the vote that went against
Lthere asatt arv af 'then left the rqroh the
w Me-ask fAmily's e of th Of his ohauffeur-vtet and
;Ma to an eight- Phll. waed shakily away with tears
SO ndate. in 'yes.
114 'tooh Hilligan, assistant to
S rnauv .Leatue President Will Harde
IT jo aenunce4 the action In ote
S tse ms sentence: "The translation
' alvs-and the hance of that resented today by th Phlladel-
remote. mfroup failed to. rcetie a
Iw vo approval."
SBat tiere Is Ao certain s'ui Lre was no amoqe-
of the problem in slaht nd mn t of how the vote went,
Topping, owner of the 0w 4 but there were reports from
C t. Yankees who sperbe ad sources that It wa 4-4.
Soppositon to the PhiTde- Tping was the only saner
pht group, admitted as mue oialy known to have toted a-
when he said, "Now we are Artht gaut the syndicate.
baek were we.started frol ra Nr was there any announce-
onth ago." meant of the owners' reasons for
An t least two owners rejlpting the Philadelphia group.
Clark -Griffith of the Washagf- Otne again, the only feelings
toa Senators and Walter 0. made public were Topping's,
e) rigs of the Detroit S who thinks that "babalL in
- m-J is tey still are oppose Plh elphia has been bad' for
e Moi moving the team to Kan* 15 ears and will get worse be-
- wsa City. fore t gets better."
w Griffith,'who was represented 8k of the eight ntmbms of
r t the meeting by :his son, Cal- the Thiladelphli grono atl ended
Svia, said in Washington that he the meeting and left in deep dis-
was "sorry the league voted couragement.
r down the Philadelphia gr6u "We are very disappointed,"
Sand added, "I don't-think they said syndicate member Arthur
0. wm vote for Johnson to o A.to Gallagher. "And we have aLSh
a Kansas city I hope not." solutely no lde what we V1*-do
- riffith believes he and now."
b Briggs may be Joined in their The league ap*ounced no plans
opposition to Kansas City by for Kny new meetings. The next
the BeM Red sd s ChS move the aners made plip is
eaw t.o* r.. 6to the Mack. -

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;Weiekly Mercurio Prize
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Johnny MacMurray put to- winner also found it hard to
gether two -'s for 4 four -under score apd turned in a 91. This
g par 68 last Saturday to take the means that her 54 hole total of
weekly prise In the 0 to 8 hand- 34. uts Alyce in the favored.
k leap group of the Mercurio pos n to cop the $15.00(grand'
I Jewllers mulligann" tournament prize in the ladies section.
e currently in progress at the Junior Have Competition
Pandma Golf Club. '. The closest competition Is still
Since John Is a scratch golfer in the Junior divisilo. Moflo A-
he made hir s the haed way roqmrena turned In a 75 to beat
e without benefit of any "mulli, oi Jorge Paz Rodriguez by one
F gangs During the round Mac- stroke. This Is the second tiie
Murray had six birdies and slip- Mo$0 was won. He shared hon-
d ped over par on only two holes. ore' with Campagnani the first
Second low for the week was week.
JB. inkle with his second con- Bandy Hinkle, last weeks win-
; seeptlve 73. And right behind ner. had.;*-?77 and Campagpant
Hinkle was the steady Rey Val- finished with a 79. At the end
des at 74 and Dick Dehlipger of 54lUoles only four shots separ-
with 75. ate the. Juniors in the race fpr
MacMurray thus takes the $10.00 aertifidate which goes to
weekly Mercurio merchandise the best 72 hole score. Things
certificate for $10.00, He cannot shape up like this after three
qualify for the grand prizes be- rounds:
cause he didn't turn in a score Hinkle 225
In the second round. Arosemena 227
ValAes Leads at 54 Holes Camoafignani 227
Rey Valdes leads the men at Pas Rodrigues 229
the end of 54 holes with 218. His
closest pursuer Is Jim Hinkle ,
- with 226. Followikyg is a list ofl
- the four lowest scorers, at the q-
- end of three rounds of play.
t Valdes' 218
S Clishee 232
* Dehlinger 237
Since these four ae playing
I for three grand prizes of $35.00. -
I $2500 and $15,0 in Mercurlo
i certificates, th will ave to
1 play their "maullunes' with care. -
ielhnger shouldM have been I
h better position but his second
In d was an i'a ue siun he J% wS'
Sas off his game slce his hand-

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By WILLIAM TU.CXR Teas and Ruffilm a product of inI footA .ba
United ress Witer West Pot, coically. an- e a0see
S. tered Teo hoge r freshmen e have f.u .
ATLANTA, Oct. 29 Coach'hailed as a ..-halfback tandem py.
Bobby Dodd bounce his starfthat would make story at
half-blck, Billy Teas off theBch *, But-where Tas went on
Georgia Tech football team yes-to high stardom Ruffin became
terday for breaking in on- a victim the return to one-
y1 two *-days before the Duke platoon football.
game and three yards short f Althou eap the best
mmortality as a Tech grountI broken-field ball carrier on
gainer. Dodd's talented squad, Ruffln h
played erratically on defew .5
Droppd besides Teas with apand in the last two seasons
parent no chance of reinstate- used only in sposituations. 1
ment were Latry Ruffin, a The dimissed freemen were
speedy reserve halfback regarded as top prospects. Brown
"spot player" and two members lives in Augusta.'a., and L h
of the freshman squad, guard in lairton, P.
Harvey Brown add John Lasch,
a tackle. Dodd declined to go into par-
ticulars about the trading rule
"We know it impossible to violations charged against the
have, a eed a football team four players. Bubt was unde,-
with t sooation of all stood they were severe enough
our i sad the ushap. to waWrantdrastl dlclpline or
py Doddns brief statement the sake ofsqqad morale.
"When trasnag rules are bre- Only once before In his 0
ken, those breakig them amst yqars as head coach had Dodd
so, be t regulars or e- fired a player forbreakinu tra n-'
vesW." Ing and this was thr first time
..he had taken action against one
Behind closed doors, Dodd of 11a established stat. In 1951 Narrate & Spa
communicated his bitter de- he dropped sophomore end John -_ ASO
sion to a stony-faced squad. The Welglewho later performed ably
players knew it all but killed for Oklahoma A and M. At 1:t 4:5
their chances against Duke,- ad Dodd has won national, note A great story t
arch-rival, because Tpas was for the informality of the Tech
Tec's greatest offensive weap- training rules. In the last two
on-an .had been in many Sugar boI trips he put the play-
gaines over a four-year span. ers "on their own" as to.WaS
Tech also will play without its they did or how they stayeoi
Injured All-America captain, in N Orleans. Bot times
center Larry Morris. Engineers reported in ak
shape at the kickoff to takefr .t
Dodd indicated the decision Misasipiand then West Vlr
was particularly tough a. this gnit. -
On uee Skinny Billy ne- TeasW a tel 160-pO ier, is
O..n f three more yards arriea ttMd hae ftlby daugh
simpql e' n sweep or line ter Unlike many br
mr-, -m.t4 equal the amt-el coathes a Y
rotrat T t ftNM

'Tech. runner-up t o Michgan
tat as national Ob ampl q p, .
SIn' the'blnted Press coahes tit
rating when Teas ran wild a- Inn
ains Southern Methodt and ever has lost home
Duke. had played and Won a t a M t first since 150-a-
bowl game every year sine Teas r victories.
started as a freshman.
. ~ iswas his senior yesa and
pelbaps his crpwaing ap-
pearanee had been expected
Saturday In Durham, N.C, on
his returnn to his home slate.
Poor Daddy
o eres in Andrews, N.C.


Paaiso Sports
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September through October Jr. gete a new suit
was a .buy period for boys and
girls attend-in the Paralso Jun-
lr High iSchool. Many of these
students, wereengagein soccer But Daddy, poor
and volleball activities, which D h k o
served as means of preparing Daddy, he keeps on
them for their various, inter- Wearing 11t years
school contests. l
Mo'e than 100 boys particlpat-
ed in two soccer leagues, "A"
and "B" categories while the
pirls flaying in two circuits al-
so, Hd almost 100 contestants.
SA h*tlc struggle prevailed In .
the toys' soccer ioope with the i L
Heavy Tigers, R ough ders and It os t cos o to res
the Muddy Pigs fi keen
raIVrrlin the "3" division and
the Devils and Wolves bat-you buy t th A er
ti1 for "A" league suremay. .
The`Heavy Tlger copped their
league ith eleven pots and fr
was clmly follow d by the Mud- SUITS
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THIRTIETH TEAR


PANAMA, R. tP. bAT, OCTOBER 29. 195


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B4 4" WASHINGTON, Oct. 29 (UP)-I
West German Chancellor Ion-I
red Adenauer today called forI
an East-West non-aggression
treaty as the climax to a "great
and proud" four-point program
for world.peace. I
T he 78-year-old Free German
leader cautioned, however, that
ithe free world would have to
move ahead on the peace project
carefully and only on the basis
of great strength.
Adenauer outlined the peace
culan -at a National Press Club
lunch following, two days' of
talks with President Elsenhower,I
T JNMLeCKY ovrely secretary, of State John Foster
ituesIA bert 'w.illn-er Dulles and other U.S. Leaders.
Ivethat "13" is an utalucky He said he was "happy to see"
liber. She wore the number that leading free world states-
'uig the contest to select the men backed by.. public opinion
nch representative for the "are agreed on this program"-.
is Universe contest. The 17- the four point plan tor peace.
r.old Parisian model won. Adenauer then gave this vn-
down of his plan for dealing with
the Russians and their Red sat-
:elites:
"The peeiples pf the west
must first secure their freedom
....and their gqace o combining
tot their bqmon im fense"
2. "They must .create sound
and stale. economic conditions
within the free world, and guar-
santes human freedom and social
security to everyone."
3. "They .shoq prepare for
S the future by gving their fbrms
of associatin a purely defensive
character, endowing them with
all the elements requisite for a
system of collective security."
4. "Finy, they should joint-
ly as a oalos group-es pro-
vded for r,. th Uitesl Nations'
cartr-ter into a Telation-I
Iik, to be.seltd by treaty, with
tieSoviet a relationship
= .would ofer all those par-
ti4Pat see.y aalgai ag-
Wagon.', *. 4
PresidenSt MAsnhewer and
Adetmuer doe 4 yesterday
thA Wet e a earms.
)tbnt will-a "strong'
&aduznilte and1 "re-
inforce the system of
the free world"
The leaders of .two nations,
which twice in modern times
have been bloody Ulnmies, said
"the basis for q. European com-
munity" and lutijng peace" on

Barbara Hutton
In Me tcoB hi
sylap boy is fearless as he
Switch a pair of snakes inWon' Talk Divorce
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MEXICO CITY Oct.',29 (UP) -
Dime store heiren Barbara Hut-
ton returned to Mexico last night
but denied she had "come to di-
vorce her Donmilcan playboy
husband Porflrlo Rubirosa.
5he expressed amrprised when
told the Latin Lothario, who cost
her an estimated l.00,0ooooo be-
fore .they separated after 73 days
of marriage, wa- due in Mexico
shortly to compete in next
month' s fifth Pan American
Highway race:
"I have no news of Mr. Rubi-
rosa," Miss Hutton said. "I've
come to visit some friends and
take care of property I own in
Cuernavaca. I may build a home'
there."
The 41-year-old Woolworth
heiress. originally a brunette, ar-
rived at the Mexico City airport
'from Havana. Cuba, with blonde
hair. She posed willingly for
photographers and chatted a-
miably until asked when and
where she planned to divorced
Rublrosa. who she wed last De-
Scember -p
"I'm rr I can't answer
that," she said aarply.
Miss Button shed her blue-
blooded fourth husband, Prince
Igor Troubetzkoy, in Cuernava-
ca In 1951. Utpefre.that jshe waas
married to R t5ait Prtnes Alexis
Mdlvanl, Danish. Count Haug-.
wits-Reventlow and actor Cary
Grant.

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the continent was established in
the-.ecent London and Paris a-
greements. .
The Joint statements waa is-
sued after Adenauer, helQ *
lengthy conference with Sore-;
tary of State John Foster Dute
and met for half-an-hour with
the president. He also was the
President's guest at a Otag
lunch.-
Later in the day, Adenauer be-
gan an important series of
three-day conferences with State
and Defense Department offi-
cials on German rearmament,
the eventual reunificati6dt of
West and East Germany and
other cold-war problems.
The 79-year-old statesman,
who fought Hitler and' how is a
staunch ally of the West in its
battle against commmilsm, ar-
rived here Thursday fresh from
diplomatic triumphs at the re-
cent Paris conferences. The
meetings agreed to West Ger-
man sovereignty and rearya-
ment. .
The joint statement said the
President and Adenauer "are
convinced that with the coming
into effect. of the agreements
signed this past weekend, the

Search helicopler

Crashes in France
NICE, France, Oct. I9 (UP) -
A U.S. Air Force helic e.o pter
searching for a missing C-47 with
21 persons aboard cash landed
today 6000 feet up an aplpine
peak 45 miles north of Nice.
.-.-Rescue headquarters here said
*at according to radio reports
there were no deaths or serious
injuries among the helicopter's
eew. Another hover plane was
dispatched immediately to its
rescue.
The news of the crash came
Just as other rescue aircraft spot.
ted what was seriously believed
to be the wreckage of the C-47
last heard from 4 p.m. Sunday
on flight from Rome, Italy, to
Loflz, France,-
The wreckage, identify i d as
that of a-C-47, was seen on the
Col de Fenestese 50 miles nosth
of here, northwest of St. Martin
close to the Italian frontier, and
no&,far from where another A|-
Face C-47 cracked up last
March with a toll of 20 dead.
The helicopter Irash landed on
Mont Agera in the same district
whilh has been a death trap for
more planes than- any other area
in Europ..


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Europe will have bew paved." ganization, the
The France German agree- federal re p Aic -Germany oth
meant on the- diauted' Saar ter- these new a mtu w we W
ritory 4aSrHi ammItment are cozrtrfele l t
to maintain fourMM ns on the defense =t f free tMo
the continent were cited a "es- world." .m
pecially .ena-wursr fps to-..
wardaSltSg n ga ontinen- They said "we no doubt kf
tal Europe.' that the strength of free bill
"The continued Interest and Europe which *l treafrom the tk&'
Support of this uroppan. corn- recent London and Paris agree- sfie
munity b the United-aates was ments willesid out efforts to
reiterated." the'statement said. bring freedom aaL unity to all tw
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Tax Collector's Stripes

May Violate Federal Law


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WASHINGTON, Oct. 20 (UP)- As such, they said, te agenry's
Tax law expert -samtn todfa the lawyers probably had justiflca-
Internal' Revenue Service's plan tion for sldwing the practice.
to Indir.ate a taxpayer's income The serve annuneed its new
by colored stripes or. his Instrur- procedure lat wee. -
tion form is probably nst a fed- Under its Operation, e-velopes
eral law viol'atl. L bearing .Income tatx l trI on
They Ioncededt~at unir the sheets sent to tax-oayers with in-
law, it is a .lwe for tany offi- comes of $10,000 or ever this ear
rial of the ser-e to daisdme the wilU bear a yeellolwoVbnk. loase
amount or semree 6f a taphyers with incomes of 0,I or less
income to anyone not authorized will get a r.d-stmakd. envelope.
to receive sueW dte by law. The stripewill aper on tMe
But they 6adt sesrvkes pres- outside of tie en clearly
ent plan woAld not disclose a visible-4 N .:m a 4to,0'al -Who
taxpayer's eac income and, as handle -
such, comes within a twilight sec-
tion of the law. The plan was devised to enable
the service's employes to decide
at, *a glane whether or not the
Oil Settlement ta-par be sent a form
l for stisating his income tax


Seen in Vfing,
!WUT,. O( ( P) u
quttefrs here today ear.resed
belief that final approval of the
oil consortium ftrat. :by the1
Iranian senate will hasten set-
tlement of the dispute over
transport rights to Satdi Ara-
blan oil.
The dispute arose last Spring
when the Saudi government
granted tanker- rights to Greek
shipowner Arlstole On a asia
which limited those of ARAMCO,
the American-owned concession-
aire.
Experts pointed out that Iran
would benefit most from any
extended controversy involving
ARAMCO, OnaWels and the Sau-
di government, which might
cause Saudi oil production to
fall.
They noted that three of the
four partners in the ARAMCO
group were members of the new-
ly-formed Iranian Consortium,
and a drop In Saudi production
could be balanced by supplies
from the Persian fields.


Forecast For November:'

Guess What??-Rain

The following weather condi-1 temperatures will average 85 and
tions are based on past records: 73 degrees on the Pacific side
ad may be expected to occur in and 84 qad. 75 degrees on the
th Canal Zone.and vicinity dur- Atlantic sid. Highest and low-
November. est November Uemperatures on
Weather:; Maximum rainy-sea- record are 4* and s6 degrees, but
son conditions usually occur dur- these do not ocent frequently.
lg' the month of November. Relate .MhaSlt4 i November
There is, however, considerable is also our most :ausi month
varitoti n the amount of rain- with averages of about 88 per
all from year to year. NormallyI rent relative haUlty at Balboa
a total of 10.08 inches may be Heights, IWMedt at Madden
Ste at Balboa Heights, 13-' Dam and Sper cent at Criato-
ezpead at alboa Heights, 13-- baht
7,4Anhes-at Madden Dam and
2S Inches at Cristobal, but the Winds ant &n rs: November
re from.wettest to driest No- is the last onth.- of the'hur-
vem 8 on record are: 20.51 to ricane season. These tropical
5 lehqs at. Balboa Hpights, storms occpalonally form in the
6362 o 3.08 inches .at Madden Caribbean s en d move north-
M std 43. to 6.63 inches at ward, but er usual patis are
Clbal. Measurable rain will too far north o nl to.ame
SRely to- occr on 22 daysds d ris-damagin W WI t



November, but th tre will be an weather 73* ms9 cterbed
average fe about 5 hours of sun- by 2 or 3 os a s tong north-
allin per day or 43 percent of early windsnd e high onf t -t
th possible amount. I Atlatinc coast and almost co-
Vega: Nighttime and early-1 tinuous ratar with
Tmnuag ons may be expected sultant at iad
uuldtrrquently o.r-the Gall- floods .B *
laNd 7Cut theonrt the Canal month
'ta t tecatral4 section of the 179, Ij
ae song the Trans-Isth- an Omont
mIl hMighway but none is likely win ocut
to -cr at eitherr Canal en- month.
twe. Moat of the fogs form a- the Atfl"t&.
d 3$lg ht and may be ex- be light'i
j. to ailpte before 8:30 average
sim per hot -
g"M1rate: November is nor- prevar -
SV eooMest month of the and` the
Sboth Canal terminals. Ing &abots
A.I& OBJr temperature will ma
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Injured Supervisor
An Albrook civilian esnoYe '1
probably owes bis life to the e-
forts of his co-Workers whp do- *
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riouely injured last week.-
He is Earl V. Truxton, aUp-e,52
visor, stock Room E. Supply -
tieon, who war injured while bie
wa in the process of butchering
a celt at his home in SantsO "6.
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thought had been dabld b
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life. .. .
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