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an on a ped e All I ask is .-Aneles, O .,
that they look good on it," Dill .f years an
said: Early this yearthe colonel
:5 q received Worldwide acclaim ac lt y.er
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNIg eua e P1Li5s a YUiAPIo" 4MltU U UW INC.
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TELEPH@IE pAAAN& AM 'It..-914 5 5 LI0S)
omC ADDRUES, PANAI I AN, PANANK
Lek0 t OWZ II CNTiCAI- AVANUI BRTWErN S1TH AND 32li 1ST ILTS
IrmIaN E IlAhSEINTATIV9,I JOSHUA 0. POWERS, INC.
,.4 MAOIlON AVI. NEW YORK. (17) N. Y.
enIf MONTHW. IN ADVAMC 41o- 1"..0 o00
Fe YA IN A ANf *- rI.eo 4.O O
Vf^ WI V"M TIAII..p.S 0WN0
THE MAIL BOX
Thl Mll M arn een l fer um fr reiedern I The Painsm Ael mmeI
L a'Aen muelved grelfully mid ae handled In a wllHy oemfl"thill
If teI entribuie iteer denf is Ip*lent I ItI dtee'i ppeos eI
semt day. Leanes sme published i l er nthe ede e _.
tMae try keep.He k lenwteH I sm peg lea geh.
itWat ef lane write iM bel Mtierl seal demene.
lib 4tawa meums aM Mia mspfti"illy or r nets a qsIsw
maISd IS inia uIU rn nuradeo.
Deer Mr. Optimistic:
You and some of yer freenda bem t tin. e cops are b d'at
Claytn. Whi dont you tak a short toor of Kobbetviolat one
or two laWW., and then go hom and raimm your iet. Oull
shore rt wun whether you be a Pan Cannaller, Panemenp, private
or NoIIm I
am ltt nlght. youl see cop walkiug roun areaswher you
wuin't expect to se 'em. Reckon ttate why there thar, anuse
yu don't think they would be and mite be tempted to do sumthin.
Out that at Kobbe. if yor wheels don't stop turnin completely
when you cun up to a stop sil, youl shore get a ticket. Wen
el Asy 'stop' they don't mean alow down. If they did, I er
th0e Wu pt that wordS on th sign anted of whit they t.
WIfu o 25 mph in a 30 mph place, you get a ticket oy. Ya
know why? That ain't the manmnuum speed that Is written on
the lin, the max. They kinda expect you to do that den't
If you ark on the gras soln to the movie or something, you
da cum out ad aspect a ticket to be on yurar. Reason for It ls
if uor eiIMn and go by the laws. they have purty gras for
yu to bLeen. llso. people cummin by don't aspect to see a car
backing out of ras places. and kud hit ya.
If you see sum kidds playing in the street and think Its nor-
mal, list you wait till a MP comes by, and yu'l see him take them
out of ts road. Beems as if they just don't want any kids run
ever at iUfobt pot.
I yur mtt cham cars and bites people, don't taak him
over thor. They piCk m u and tell you that it has got to be
on lesh or In a pen. T Altconites mite like to migrate, senue
you don't like trubble from mutts in your place.
Don't have no trouble with speed limits over thar either, by
way belhe kinds uniform I mean. Thear only one place I kno
of thot is 15 les spee. and am that s 25, and all uther places
on at ae 20 cepm on the iong stretj approchin the main peat.
If tat can't no sign tall up, ya know its 30 cause a big sin tells
ya ttt whn ya go into the poet.
How do I kno these things? Un tOLya. I got a ticket over
ith, a ndnda hot headed more'o leara, wnt to see the Provo
= lat the place.
Sdidn't have no difficulty setting into ae im and I know he
was busy too. Got about 8 or 9 phon calls Just while I wuz talkin
to him, or rather, him talking to me, which was bout thurty min-
utes. His desk was crowded too, but he fo .tlm fur me.
net b. he aid me on aumethin 1 neI r thot much bout.
uft uy, That lootmenat knew what he wk.. n bout, and even
ihawHI me arusd the places, plturam ltI and a map of the
MLa model le .a trp (he t else don't
i nair) e Gethne, d 4 ue1 ae to a Koonsl Ion
To Little b orsMt at the time. .
Ready what the it
y W".utWat the t
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B y VICTOR I20%a ,
There may be no biisiess like
show business-if you W r.auam
or-but if you're l iing or cash
there's no bsines t union
welfare business. W ll Fitultel
to come up reveal thit employer
are peut Wso,.,ou owi
a year Into pension 'and welfare
funds. and that there are now 22,-
00 g.00o (billion) in reserves
US controlled by unions.
T 's no tempaton like the
complsaon on such t.nda. Eve
a mere two percent i h dl
ing pfthese monies ing a
combine of brokers an-
nually. That's a wit In
deed o cut up, just for 40
of union Insurance and ion
Walter Reuther's auto union,
which has about $50,000O.OOOin
pension funds, uses the National
Bank of Detroit, th Chase Na.
tional Bank, the Mellon Bank,
Bankers Trust, the n of Amer-
ica and the National ity Bank to
administer the funds and to keep
things straight. Thit takes care
of an honest shake fo the work-
Now along comes a new for-
mula by AFL muielans union of-
ficials taking the temptation and
the crime out of this massive bus-
ness which will tie up a hundred
billion dollars in decades to come.
Mr. Manuti, president ao the
largest unit in the American.Fed-
eration of Musicians-Local M= of
New York-believes that honesty
In the. handing of welfare aud
pension funds is not enough. He
and his fellow -officials believe
that since the moqey is paid by
the employers for the workers'
benefit, no one should make a
profit out of these funds-which,
reffet, are. aq lly another
form of wages.. -
The .uusiclans union leader, in
conversations with- m for over
two years, has been hated by
soms of the scandals in t wl-
fare fund business. ie has been
"burned" over the mono made
by fle or their fa who
set themselves up as "consult-
ants" "agents" or "brokers" In
handling their own union money
Mr. Manual has been bitter over
reports of fee-splitting between
some union officials their s-
lent partners the new insurance
brokers who have sprung up Just
to leech on the were funds.
However there seems to be no
way around the brokers, som of
whom are settin as high as p1
percent for handd" the funds.
In miany cases ths means merely
placing the union's insurance with
the insurance companies as our
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By B0. RUAR4
I can be the messenger of the over the heads of Ut pretty vie- kid' background. I better lock up
first cheerful news concerning the times. Somethi hpene I'm te detergents tonight ut the
atom bomb since they laid one not quite sure at, and Do thy FBI comes. (To Firt ty)
on Hiroshima. The world is safe Gray bead won gat Anything new doing r b?"
from now on, because the atom Onp could do a pretty little lay- t .: nothing g very auch.
has been taken over by Miss Dor- let about the' lab; f one kied We've 4od a way to. thrnesi
othy Gray, the lady vho makes-hard, aid never emAls r washi his hydrogen to Christian Dior, and
assorted gunk for dames to smear face with ordn soap. Diogue hpe. f ome startling results
on their faces. & Would J n the: U. Needs a lot if cobalt, of
I do apt want_ Ms Grsa to do Firat Bentith', r what hfp- wjrse, but we've stopped odue.
too-mu ah'yt worlluct' feel pe .ed.t.Kul ieerTey ve tn ou a couple of ombs and
that a few of t trenchant quotes backed the pr yellow mandeered the Army'a sup
from her handout are worthy of Second Scientist: "Not olId p .Wlit'a with you?"
repeating. with: Kausy- Catch him selling of that Secoi' S.: 'Very dull. They've
Ev et eOud has a silver lning, top-secret ilgrdlent to PrOtor taken me off atom submarines
they twllas. o we aeo outtO N and G bleb. sappose?" now.. We've o a ra i
witrl JUai. be good fair umri rst JU I H i u- 1Je ** to. c. t-int *ijf i..
wr~; hl"~';" not to the
StHee -" h e i bhind b
the Feral Trade Coman on's
sudden move to m t-busi- tional
neujut% ansfl a
e U S After a
Comitteele .6 r'seapsu lie mores a
wrote a arp le I te
General rownell to
investigate nererrs. A over
:e. wa merger alwya emed
o co just before denw on..
Lng pointed out thMai.A ir Voyen
the .n er asJnped
l 18 and 1=, the ~aum- See
mergers shot up to the oewdeel
highest in history-more than a ews
thousand each year. The big d.
In recent years, iergern jumped j3
roM 00 in 1u to M In 1o. n hl
I at las another high year
with mergers. o
Bo, *b oatger asked BrowneUll Sta
the .easn.wfyaso maey m.mera t f
were .ngl prmlttd t he att ey
general got worried. He decided me" to
that If Laune was going to probe 35th In
mergers be Iad Attr cut the dth
ground out from ir Lunger by g
getting the trade co ion to y
start an inve tlstn-t. ri1i
WASHINGTON cPIP NE a l
Stanley Barnes, the.justlce.d d manM
partmaen's aWtnut en, has happy a
nasy retmoea to' laive. 'tae o Indi
trolawva sat anfactsurera cab mien
memnug intioonuon A" 1
Ig wehi aN XMaUtAM. m'u-i has A
tay Oef Wilson has
o ackout on all
e 'E tJoutb fl eican
un defeOe -x. 1i eason
isnot so 1udh a as
. (Toq man ans
we are tIhi too much
HrbPq- o .com-
I thr only0 AI ecan -outfit
eight its way up toitp Man.
ri border n M 'w.il be
''iwaili to over the
fantry. Po w's private or-
Sto okeW a "&a bri*i-
dvision, ready tr bea d
in the Pacific at the fir
Ctrube.A.s *oS Romutos,
et Phl delegate to
i pullngdwl an average
or lectures. He's in bg
I4 Other diplomat are o
about it ... Senator Jenne
ans has demanded the full
mo the State Deparment
lemar nsdlM la .l.ial
K~ ~'S!, I l A
pleat 43 Pierce with
43 s -
I 44 Tbward th
Fe billM eist
I~ir^:Jd th ,, -
I~SF~''~PY~U" Insuft AurU
I9 all valu :c varIous
011 It.~~~~LJ 'L_ ,,~S
his Col.- NVOW -91 07 ABlSK 81 So 45V an, as
sthi ps a kni, a bs asi r
tactthe afeti e of their own ontests anduwe m i
ad t s we llell yllOU riht of that o I,"
oanutb and thero eo
t theu union ordanr Dorothy Gray alon cold cream
swokerage coa e i out on top, elana g f p teo b ise First S.: "Well, so
pra Sins ide lbor. tI mo r toro uglye ca. a ece t i bon
Thb i wThe Musiiean .Well, that's, enough of the i nlugw ig e.ut we- ca
frve v ace the in It appears that the scientists h Un Deor y's suc
bae ect the commis-l need a flock of bes and gal- l t In peemT& e atomic
ia use Othe money mas and thI. and turn t of rs. sent a r.dts fae to
r th union's unt loose aIlast daubed edtt; mot o cit l Th tnt, to d
employed mwicians by providing mixed with uranium, on the D y from p rat pa
work for tShem The cororration 0f hull gua pigs horrorsrs!, o bmw. (hid.) ctingthprs ai4e
rllyf musicians for giving and then waved Greler counters WaitU Meirshy hears about t heext na
fre o r The city will have -
MLus0ice. l h i S aians will have e o'" ,
nt broker will msake Dixn-Y e Dra
Soabeetve was to see XO -S
f we couI vse a method where-
by the w commissioner ir O
which aro an group insur.
ance Pollis dour type could be
ased for ud t benefit of our o
membersddir Manuti said. There
won't be m wobs at the begin- WASHINGTON -(NEA)-- T h ei a t to eontUio in t admted Americap Plee..
ning. Bu~~itra not the point. Eiesenhower administration's pro- f somiewt ociatUc bo une The cansmade
We are now heading for the mo- posed contract with Edgar H. Di- get out. L e fact that contract any.
meant in abor history when the on-E. A. Yates interests to build Aown should nw come in t e- mateo are bae on
eommisdiaoM wJl be used by la- a new steam generating plant for ss&eVallel-only nature' TVA urea. t WIt -oj
bar for its ot members-if this addltonalelectric power supply in Jas first in ie ild. without enomuit
inmovatlon w~ksa out. he Tenaieso Valley area may y* to rqppet -. | tat g. Tough the = g6
The Musdica Service Corp., trn out to defeat what it it watment neltl on s ai~B e into ts e VA
now liensed by the State Insur- intended to do. of elsciec power is ajllSd ao energy Clmaid
anee Dep, w be controlled by For the sake of argument, grant hould be curtedT tiot made the anti
public member. sat tbe, rt that there was meaf d bow4bca. itf the Tgovernt B
One of these s Newbold Morris, in the administralon's contentio :'There have ran various mpo TVA. A majority
head of New York's C;ty Center hat he Tennessee Valley Auhor- als in recent years. One is to v tb a
(of music Ani art). Another is ity was getting too big for Its break up the TVA system jnd 4 iIs further
mysoelL We hI bound ourselves britches. Grant also that TVA was have th government sell Its pow. of the pr
n writing not ao take any pay or a trend towards socialism and faciIes separately to priv or trhan farbll a
expenses of r kind at any time. away from capitalistic free enter I at om der T
Our sagwemit with the union's prise. I' Anothr p osal tho dterce ale at e
eorpirton states "tha he prof- Few of TVA's customers in thd th ver t fom VA am bee eh
is hall be doeed esclusively for valley will bu. that line. But plea t ll bond and
te cultural tlat of the comr ty of eope .oude the valley to s
munly, pAtricultn in the field of part cl people in the private. on ead of aking
musical perfornCees." power busin ar. coP o annual ow en& tIe a
I beldevoe a formula can help fh TVA shouldbe c
ean out th leehes and mobs The Jjuse at stake he however, u, whatever plan t
fom labor, ItyiPes out the "le- t bigger than TVA -big as It ii cked up toget ot
ga' ri eket now causing a scram- The real issue b how far the ooae ain
ftg t por inside some of the eminent should go in it services cIa li
rtUmArly in the field of to the people to promote their wel-
"Ir (Cao, @%Detroit and Wash- fare. b
Ina Some politicians apparently have trti
at's why I9 blowing the horn come to the conclusion thatoi
for Al Mangtl and his fellow offi- ", edni" ll a certain as
amr, 0.u1Cnw leaders and cru- oaitbis government paUtorl.
Idnteik. -ployment -unsurance ndf
r price su ports No. U. No
NarrintQ n Wants u Instanc. N, .
R 'lD p&3 could survivii
e..... .. ro f b, erminutve in-n s toyif it f advocaS
Fareuk a rred inoho fudy Ifit h dnodht d
In tb aQu o vn of
rom H pital built nts, howe
issue so lear. B
1witzerland. tNov. r UniIrt sed w ta
o:r Queen Narri- a down on
Issued orders to-
be elected if he
at the clinic
ring from an -
i.tf he drives
tnyg Onv P. A.
ba nd. .-
mamf 6"I alIIrLI g
a: ed ,WWoar Turer es. R ih
eao appuea ur pg Ituaz -wrie- ,
O.s, ... A Urasup -aa alr ilb lmlara
Br Me'oraneae to prounce A latom- Vl VlNiUnr r v lo
Maybe m abpow a DOpmuine "- --,e
Ssinto 8pa es nave 8 un utss"iUo NW YORK, NO. (P) -
St puiu t Ie .omoer -.UterIu Aoc- Railroad circles were abutm today
rest brc, orl ouuIoed Vuwee,'moeumg, over rumors four bigt rpter
uo0re" cee, 1nu rret fe w eltacy. ralroWdj mirht be merged Into
* aFB n eanwaue, nusas s nas gone LU a bUlion-do system .to corn-
i,,&n. out to pu tome nrst atouuc.=ow- pete with the giant New Tora
l, oereda plae in swe uy. Central.
10GOh Bp uIti r@ n %lgh that Wil-
S BSTIINGFELOW HOAX am White, o deident of
the Contrl and w hd of
Harold C. Stagg, the Army the Delaware sad. udmon Rail-
Times editor whboexposed the war- road, might head tbh6 nw qom-
record oax of GUO congressman bine. He ia M nte t be don of
Douglasa Stria allow of UtaA, s those seeking to bi aboutthe
in hot water with both political merger,
parties idce breakig'-his big The four ro -m nti In
s. -. connection Wth the mergir ru-
The Republicn are furious mort are th the Del
Stagg for breadaig the Stringfel- wr, Lk.weafA M s-.i trn,
low story bre he election he Boton ant Maitn the
the Democrats aes are iked that he w Yto ', B.Iau"-r-
e sti didn 't hold hisa a week Nickel P nn
fie- i.dner ,when the al impct Such a aeger nulbe one
dtdl wol d have been .. o ater B
ding tory and wuM O rOhF a leg
Wi- However, Stags was so anulou 1 mal m ua eontWE
Sto be fal an no d tiea thal land, Me. to and t.
Sbeen he neglected to. i n me Im. ou. t &Woed go
m fr ortant Item in his iy. This I Mon ,
R the intern i t that Whit- The e Cental, a $2.-
S House aide new about th 'O0,0 lBB i~ atehdig roS m
S Strin-fellow hon si months b- "oe tdo cml-e and St. Louis,
t cost fore the Army Time publication s the alt=dJeo eond largest
. igh. but fueled to s y about it. UallrOtd, top In ,t oP by
otun- Whether tha f u aides the
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i a 'va lable wI Or-
7 lt, shift. The d luat ely
:. t~_r Mei. -,lfor the Po de automatic
Ssiel of the eleal tr s on; now develops 16
-ii ab. lhorepower,
." ai r T te t f. n .ranein I c w f il es in
Spr p des.the Cheo e line e: lat e
.4f Oblet o he t dbody and rnd 4 p.
bes n l Ih nt and Year n er i
l .m 1.l.a .,which wA e rsv ped, tim ater sfllitr,
-- ,id e t Ao. an the One-" .ty, T oTet l ande
s i gest 0 at a buffet ma. Some of these ar tbl Baides en t breath
Spppi e i lub n Tue day Retiro, itth members of V tion wagons In the 'Obe-Ift
Mae-, i O hetsdb ed at the PA4,
Sretiringso on from adult tents u willa nand Two-Tn and Del Air -,
Is wilrl e ..k-on. a .a arch ae ,N WH eXP thi"s. .pid-_re l o
Causlbarvier. Are notcunder the hoAult acare praeand sedanIn thethe.Aen Onb-fty,
e Fep talo c t wl ao ..club coup intheTwo-Ten,1
Phb py V tsw llmrir121 on owchloatocoupes Inthe Bel oAir series.
an = erta pn g tohavenihn Pa e to. '. lie beamt .Si- r
no other W ed do ae o' ba lard'oMnawlts
un dela no eth ra. .eas kAeei foru aswDhm e -There will be e 14 sold color
Rts oep at the an :e may e n e tpresa wing thet. 1%ntAn optionsand 2two-one combt-
ac-eeoft.. Tt, cPO .lrs T a s for M aHyt.ean this.t.Thanrc authe a tum t The md mj tio n
w n. .w _: m ew o at I abno cib a t tene. .d. the W.. fle ala
dlnn. .. e P ttralenua. .m i o. Lr Orelr a c. ,fl Y .- a ..
J". .d ;f f or nhfter -length fattfe costume.
Mr IgPh ao i their feared midem or ae icy, archdeacon of a morning parade, theUA
or "tumf G era ,e" aat wnd Just the thing.
MR= wt Ps a etMna h. t eens ad tooa
a~aerL ta nAformer or dnorte km pupils ofe'the
was M Dipll omn Br-a Bids OttenS Lots asawce Sua __ _
of r IOfnd wTitb rtse rmined beTthb pes Menut 'a ''ed and our ks
JhnPaton Da4ies Jr. and eiciaet dad'crteou.
maq ohFioa vonteat the deft@^ Day a the low.
Do fire h 'ars baa *threcuimi- Army eu s. eat.
b_$- -l hs m rwa trie m a i 21 -..
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Davies' long career todlrhim to
the peak of e' foreign service.
He held the rank of ministerr
which pays about $14J0 a yelr.
Born in China .of American par-
nts 4 years ago, Davies served
in Mscow and -cna ibr many
McCarthy and other critics ac
caused Davies f bing pro-Co-
His difficulties sntemded priel-
ally from a 1,4 proposal that
t super-secret Central IntelI
genee Agency uae a iup of six
,alleged Red# o. leftwTgerm in
the cold war agaIit communisni.
He said he resolimnu idethey-be.
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by notify our olb clients that an ier
iwonf during innth of November ortelor
Sr clakmd at o- r atoire during THIS.
I lrtaPath of we4pr gr ibi to
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Gets Fourth Star
FT. F JACINlO .i.C., o,9 I -
C1)-.Th World w ar H com-
mander of the famous "mphibi-
ons Lhtl Army reseied a
fo rth sLtrtoday in eremonles
attended -by Army Secretary
Robert T. Itvenes.
Opn. Rober L. nichelberger wa
recently advanced to full gen-
eral rank on the Army's list of
retired officers. The fourth itar
was pinned on lchelberger by
MaJ. Oen. R. F. Ennis, Ft. Jack-
son and 101st Airborne Division
Gen. and IMr Eichelberler
have lived. at AsbevtIl,. C.,
since his retirement .-ll IM
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THE RECORD SHOP: This has
ben a bM-up year for trends in
the reeodn iuIness. It started if
mrel mber that far back, with
the calypso trend. Then came the
rVbtm and blues trend. Now
we'rs up to our swaying hips in
mpmbao. And coming, if my
tld.spotter is working, is the
b ol.e trend.
H ailao Len was the last big
v i e to make a record anme.
No*, aBl the libels are knocking
themselves out to find big voices. SpMar Ia
andon. was the first to cash in
with "Cara Mix," sung by David
aifleNl. Columbli hasb a great "I used to play a pretty good
now voice in Vl Valente. And trumpet," he said, "until some-
the others are allowing. body threw a bottle and It knoc-
ed out three teeth. No more
"Play it louder," said Mickey trmpm t"
And he leaned back and closed
hi eyea,as the music grew loud-
er. They were playing the first m m
"Mdike Hammer" reoord,a newI
Columbla album that Mickey help-'
ed .%lit. 8DpiUane crested Ham- CLIFTON FADIMAN ("Conver-
Ms th6 private black-eye., station NBC-Radio): I lik e
-euWIned the record as it chrome. I think there's no plate
wbpI eo-1l. One side has two short like chrome.
=41 mi the Mike Hammer
eai.book, with Spillane cast as I speculated on what happened
Hdamer. The other side is origin to the bottle-thrower, but I fig-
nal music which attempts to por- ured discretion was the better part
tra Hammer and his methods in of reporting. so I didn't ask.
mqda terms .
bS here," uld SpUilane, "I --
Miie sol a Il, lsten, he's spot-
ted her. Tey go up to his place." The gal singers are discovering
Tre was an e wettig rhythm, a new way to make money en-
trumpets wing, drms thump- dorinS rodtuct, a eld formerly
Ing.. Iimlto Hollywood glamor Ig
ug lIand the cream of society. Patti
"He elosei the door. He take Page has a doll to tie in with
the key. He uts it In his pocket." her latest record, "The Mama Doll
Lnder, walli strnglert tmp Bong," and Sunny Gale's name
- oon will appear on a Une of rain-
"Jow they're going around the wear. Mary Ford (Mrs. Les Pad)
able. Now he's got her." will promote a certain automobile
A spUJlne smiled. I suppose one guess which one-and others
ahi- -ilatedJust like in the are set to get in on the act.
Wd421;lt I wouldn't know a di-
lated pupil it I fell over it.
Th ere were other themes, a
sa bls i1 fried, ad more. DICK'S PICKS: The Ames Broth.
muall tm there was a pow- ea have a fine number in "The
me beat, exciting, al. Naughty Lady of Shady Lane"
it crl. Spillane thinks they're (RCA) with a trick ending. Other
od representations of his good ones: "Mambo allano"
(Rese ry Clooney Columbia)
gBllne i a chunky man, with "Don't Iet the Kiddy Geddin
tewasped air and big hands. (Kltty Kaleu Decca); "Mambo
twa- a and hi shirt Baby" Geoa Gibbs, Mercu.);
oe, i I pla "The Ittal Brown Mambo"l
aPaL*'H 11-15, Dooft);i^
What most ople Ison't like
about parallel parking is the noisy
The Pacic Slum Navigallon Company
onmuOmTaBmD r RIOTAL CUARm 60n
Royal Mall Lines Lid.
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"Tara's Theme" (Le Roy Holmes,
MGM); "When You're In Love'
(Les a Bter, Capitol).
If you want to know what higher
fidelity recording can do, listen to
RCA-Victor's intriguing "Hearing
Is Believing." Impressive compar-
isons are drawn between the same
pieces, recorded years ago, and
Columbia has issued two albums
from the Casals Festival, with the
celebrated cellist reforming Bee-
thoven's Sonatu for Celo and Pi-
amo (with pianist BItolf lerldn)
on bne, and the Scumann Con-
certo In A-Minor r Cello and Or-
eheitra, Op. 12, -on the other.
Briniatnt, as expected.
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O0 1 AL3OA-te, III"4.a Te. 3-tI
S.........p. 1 ,, So.w A.l en
,4. 4.s sftl~,.11dsr s-(n- .) who ins i
.e l_.Afo. th senate charm an- s
4=1a0l eo h to hWs thej
toottoewI t hae slider It Ita' VM. cios
.-d fIe:htbr). has said the results of the fli ex i -l d
Er: 3 I' *-._ '*Hl__ n f5& *'r u *vble plan will make a 90 ti B tocntI
,... NOBe I Pmr WINNER ,- Dr. IAnus Pauling (left) won the give him ehrance to see If the akL
i'.. ,..... .. ............ i Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He I being congratulated by Profes- plan works outr" Ellender aid lt r
6 C,.".., "' s'or F. A. Long. chairman of the Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y., "It we try to ah thioiag ilS s &ht
: chemistry department, where Dr. Pauling is conductI a seminar per ent ty before Bnson's i gh
i o T~e" bIir Ar nU on "alHemoglobins in Relation to Dfiese." plan hal a chance t work
1 1: 1 VA"O out on the c ming awe
.---smeveto any bill we might enact."
eseemL~ .# al....... *-d ..w...,... 10M Cooley, however, accused the -
Maf e.totc ll4nation'sf ar m program Into,
S-i e *aq .S l i. '"partisan poltics." He pledged a
AiM*i 3100e a -. I' .return to bl-prt lsn donaidera-
t...................on when the "fight for the
i ,A : .I Pleads, Ior Peace farmer will beenewtd in Jan- WN TO
,a huh F r. a, eBenson ~ll be called before The Medi o
:4, e VA L %ter. mr ame a .S, o (2 6 ea M C ,- the committee in January "If ni ha nd
Mt. "'i;::z;- :::; n 4 Mr. Eisenhower doesn't relieve h prfvle t.J
5 lS *-- OSIO Norway, Nov. J -(UP) stand, all of us together, is that him of his duties by then," lkpi with
S... 10 ? -Dr. Albert Schweiaer accepted we are guilty of humanity. Cooley said. tion a n taken
.,.s....... SATO the- Nobel Peace Prise for 1953 "The horror of that experience "I think it would be good rid- cal e ooiete In
... 1 s Al l Tn .. .............. yesterday with a warning that must tear us out of our supor, so dance and that Mr. Eisenhow The Virgiria M
we a mp 1SOK or. Al -r s .........*****.*** mankind must abolish war for that we can have the desire and could add to the popularity and m ttoa amovft6d
TOMne t ethical reasons. He said it can the hope for the coming of an a. prestige of his offieal family If here Sunday, au
sa:3 -i 1 e......... .. be done "in our era." ra in which there will be no he would let the gentlemen go give ts niew l
Sa ******** war." back to Utah," he added. pvlege of the
Ce : r" .***.*********" The 17-year-old Alsatian doctor, Cooley criticized the secretary dcal AssoilatM ,e.
i philosopher, musician and huma- Schweitzer said the humanita. for hot going before the full national
"Pa m --nS ittarian said that man has b- rian .spirit which lifted Europ committee officially from Jan- Mmbe
'm **' is ... B ::;::;"'..... : : c6me a "superman" who is grow- from the dark ages has lost ts uary to July this year to review a, labl' -t%
"- ** i~~w* "~s lg poorer and poorer as hi own force recently,. the farm program. lees of roa in the 4
SI i i ... .........**** power for destruction increases. "He's been in office long e- ties of vario aus
.o.s.-ICaK G ...- He said the United Nations is "It has ben replaced by a spir- enough now to know something of Von th b
sib.T. .. ..... M. .......... I W datng much for peace but is capa. it which does no clear see the about the facts of life on the divdl organization
bIiKb .s Oile of bringing an-end to war. road upon which humnit should farm," Cooley add. tk eet ya
.' .a "ht i w, .Bt'0iy the tiical spirit has that pr t dle ov. Cooley did not think Preal-
A.11.10. 6 ail oS it MAL arm t.g Ms B r o power"' tchweltzeir saa id."My y then will dentto a lo been thuld rule m Ur1
1 ASAMS prodund conviction is that we bave .1P." bill to restore 90 per cent price marit the stt
I* us. T"". must come. to reject war for an
Sold uMph W .as ethical reason."
to DaA. .-a, ... .m. .Schweltser came Ist of bIs. Af.
I SJ. ic 10 -am. ricon jungle mission and rode in-
.. t N....r eP. t Osle train to accept the
,,.,....... coveted prize awarded him last'
f p g" O ilWA S byear.'eOF
0 116. 1 wn at am There Will be no Nobel Peace'
Prize give n this year.
301 116In an acceptance address
titled simply, "Per.," Se R
ser asid tha "we can not n
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frces, butfalso becuae
40 W.C031 111110Foa4di, thankots tq lameon-
mos 4f's ,.nee ance d technocracy,
sEl gwMusi SALp s it ass tolatt "e x ofb maof sture:
"woaIAeA that his power increases, becomes
WAY "In order to avoithe destruc.
L ah $do 'in O Wms os 010 Ain tieoz which threatens from on
hisV, he in obliged to hide hipm-
....... me r m e lerated th beasth
-Cufigi u ii~LwuSdt Td *~ 8M.aa .ofu 30 million men.. .We destzoy-
"A .. .orm :m D : a~ edf ities with the atom..'
MAIL3 921Li n&. pWe transformed men into living
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FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No. I Loner, PlaRa
FABMACIA LO iARDO
Fourth of -uly AvL
FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEA
Houshol ATTENTION, Armed Forces Person-
SHouBAedAuomoble nel!-Combo of high-grade 'denc
LE.--Wi U let person buyingI FOR SALE -199 Hillman Min ex- musicians now available for holiday
ifu ture take over modern one- cellen condition, clean, 19.00 testvites. Phone 2-282. Ponomi .
drop -apartment, 46th Street. miles. Kabbe 84-6116, 7-30 to DR. WENDEHAKE Medical lhlntk,
W-ue 27, Aportment 22. Phone 4.30. 209 Central Avenue, beside Cd.pto-
3 -3 5 5 1 --_- ---
-- FOR SALE-Due to trip, 1951 he Theater Phone 2-3479..
SALE: Whirlpool automatic rolet 2-door sedan. Cuba Ave. and FOR SALE
60-cycle, used two months East 4 1st Street No. 58. Apt. 8. F ALE
..i.e 87 .6147, Clo yton. I .. .. --,---
SR --ALE- 'ssove and electric LEAVING ISTHMUS! Selling 1950 MiCellaDeOU
'1'raer~latr, almost new. $160 for Chrysler yellow convertible, white FOR SALE--New APN 4 Loran. com-
-baf: te e and four choirs, for d.n- sidewall tires, good condition.j plete, 350. FOB Tampa, complete
cti .t10; two gate leg tables, $ 1200; mahogany kneehole desk, line Apelco r Bendix radlo-tele-
cati. Call Ponomo 3-0816. $30; mahogany bedroom set: Twin phones, depth recording and indi.
fRSALE -Foa rubber Dunlopll beds. innerspring mattresses dress- g equipment BURKET'S MA-
double mattress. Used only four! e, low boy. night table, mirror, RINE RADIO, 308 5. 22nd St.,
months. Suprior condition. Call r 50 ll 4B00o 2585 wee-end Tampa, Fla.
Crt52 2.' Or alter 4:00
,I dClaytan 52'82 FOR SALE -Boy's 26-inch Roodmas-
;iRSALE--Large gas stove, kchen F SALE.195 Morris convertible tr bicycle, good condition. 819X-A
tablebedside table, two stroaght j A- Icondition. E400 miles, original Croton Street. Balboa, C Z,
chairs folding cot, double bed -Ih owner $695. Cla~ton 3217. --.
springs, mattest aaundoe M u -iI iFOR SALE:-16-inch fan, 25-cycle,
. r- 2 excellent condition. Call .Baolboo 2-
House 72, Peru Ave Apr 20 Position Offered 3028. ___ _
"fC R SA LE' Dining table. 6 chao rs, i I .... .. .
*.p.ALbedroor.set innerspr ng mat- I FOR SALE:-Fur winter coat for lady,
tre nd box spring; I baby hd Moor U.S. Company desires high cal- drk maroon color, size 16-18
h mnt res House 2386-B. Co-: ,ber, aggressive young man 125- 5$5; man's winter coat. size 34.
Sca, m' 35 for sales lob within Panama $20 No. 9, Colombia Street, Phone
C l -. --- --'i City and the Republic. Excellent 3-0749.
iR SALE:-3 orm chairs and Rattan noportunity for advancement. En- A
'. table, rug, do u b I e bed. "Sweet aineering background preferred. WANTED
:, Dreams" mattress, v a n ity with Musr be bilingual. Reply in writing
bench. gas stoe ampo. Estudionteo t Soles Engineer, Box 819. Pona- Miscellaneous
- Street No. 78, Aplarment 1. Phone ma. stating complete quollfirotions \VAI. -------,, .-'
S-3742. 9 to 1 p. and 7-9P- Alreplies strictly confidential. WANTED-Tricycle with chain drive.
.t SALE:-Westinghouse refr.gera- Cll Balboa 3479.
7 tor, 9-cu. ft., 25-cycle. 4' veors, 'WANTED. Chauffeur for truck to WANTED--Single American desires
in excellent condition House 5619- handle deliveries and pick-ups. Ap- small furnrihed apartment. Call
C. Phone 2-1749 ly in person: Philitnpne Ratton Torres at 2.4944 or Hotel El Pan-
1OR SALE: Full.length wardrobe F .'"r, Cnllef & Darin ami
wlmirrOr. cauch w/spring mattress
'and cover, bamboo porch choirs,
chiffonier. Very cheap. Colle 50C
No. 18. Apt. 2.
FOR SALE:-Bendx washing machine
125-cyclel, very good condition
$100. Phone Panama 3-4457~
OA SALE:-- Simmons studio couch
' with cover. $50. 5864-B. Diablo
SALE -Washino machine, gooc
condition. $45. Phone 3.4436. No
e, ./ro. Praue Lefevre.
.u. Small package with keys.
rturn to The Panama Amer. I'
R AQET JW R OFIMC <$ T' STREET
,AgenrFSit d u aLslhp'. ARMACA
Ii LX a, .. L, FARMiACIA.
Air .-Hl at '.wf nte ': &," r est;
a1 "m J. rco. do la
Phflps. Oceanside coftugm, Santa
Clara. Box, 435. Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877. Cdrtobol 3-1673.
Gromlich's Santa Clara Beach Cot-
tages. Modern conveniences, mod-
erate rates. Phone Gamboa 6-441
or Pqdro Miguel, 4-567.
FOR RENT:--Cholet, 3 B drooms, 2
baths, garage, al convenrences.
FOR RENT: Three-bdrom resi-
dence, quiet, by bus line, aol-ronve-
niences, ample grounds. Call 3-
FOR RENT: Chalt., porch. ivng-
dining room, 3 bedrooms, both,
maid's room and bath, 2 garages.
Located 'Nicanor Obarrio" Ave.
corner "Aquilino de Il Guardia St."
ATTENTION G. I. Just built modern
,furnished apartments, one, two
bedroom, hot, cold water.. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furnished & unfy lihh-
ed 2 & 4- bedroom apartments.
Co n t a ct Ahombro Apartments,
10th Street. Phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment, all
screened, gas stove, Frigidoire, Via
Espara, house before Juan Fr6nco.
FOR RENT:--Cool 2-bedroom o rt-
Smerit 49th Street No4,. 14T.lo
Vista, with garagh, mai4~q' em,
hot water, etc. Kec )lobtnlnp-
stoirs. Phone 2-12# Or 3 u.03e
FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom oprtment,
13th Street Uo. 16, San Francisop:
Living room, dining room, kitchen.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment, 2
bedrooms, maid's room, 2 bot.,
If Chalno B-a o e
Chewing -Vu Law
They Cane wth
Chlordane ad. Yttihna.
Which Are, : eatt
Against Gnur tt
soil Werm., o pew
Results o- then Gwiy
GEO. F, NOVf, I.f5
Ave. Centrhp l Iz7 '9mi.. w
II block ipq si RThleatrne
General 4 : .ne, p
(fast o) al-work
guaranteed. (Day lirsght).
HENRY C. W dp; .
Formerly I 8 A.K^
Physeal ii. UIMit VIeolt
Tired Dureslb C81 dt .
Se a es-aa s.
Mmn ad (m MNmaI
F' E' *s"
Mm. rapa -sea (rmp nI
Tomlisag, Mu. SlvIMsI.aM,3
recei AtOf ton tour ttnal
and Ow' nt~lre
aid the l.ctns of the recent
Contributlmoa of $ each wer
received ftrm't..P.ater a ce,
Modern. Ord0. Of Bethary and
King Solomdt Lodge- $10 from
Columbu. Lodge 19o. i1, and 0
from *'Ageala DOel, the IFS
In addition, .the JSB receild.
BO oGb N:,, E x OfC
Electronic Equipment deoCri4 do Col
a large a:fa os t '.of
SThe Ja B-d.e.d'
dwara BunaltoW to.-th 555
5jhj t to 1 bur. .stae. et
-1;1i- bf It
Tenioplariy Stqyed By Judge
WSIM. TQTO?(. ?Jovl Z.WFr. 6 (UP) -'-
The BIard of m igration Ap ti
Sr. K t. '
S nDick yTHayms Mvei sp f
a he tutionsi--tp ir s atw~mramnt
aa I*. rnrao.,s.
Si on I 1 He entered
Scthe l an ac er-uen
Ia t 7 a shoud have be
o e d. Be d
a, swA" 'peM- d t q'l07, s b
dibi-* IWtere thc B -darti h r
i S~i^^^'1' -''tewP>SSS^fted 'fndu.
I~ ~ ~ ~~Id 62 rdifrr~itiMI MAI&~i ^ u -1 *that Smhni -I uu"i
ffl- bksit ce5o
O ding the Week
glzoe ibrary.. i
y Burke Davia, whoI
Ja~~~t researar over
year, the biography
* colr and vl'vid
Ltbn of the best fic-i
ha- uncovered esomer
Itnown facta about
0nd corrects maUy
nsions, though he
r none of his faults
Mtte lit of new books
thorn 4aoun1et by
- TPet IDeIpr your
t, Stanley; rtwPtl
rTIOSD ABdUW R-AEmn* Prime Mliiwr Aid Nasser is
p ar d this helps prove itW' When h appeared out-
de hih oiasce IVsro at a celebrtion -of the signing of the Suez
agreement wi th, aln, this poung man leaped up and planted
i -_h_ on the prler's cseek.. .... __iJ
as of iml five
ers hivb greed to
I.S IndoSaelm for
coaeeat e, the
h. sagL ,
B.-&'" l *tn
BgA.~ ~~lt t I U)
a *p iho essate Tea te f d of Irma i
lb Iel. TbeY'r please models
at ~l~qbe, rat. Teufs state fr in Ddlft
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RENT;: F*-Fumtshed -opatniMn.
R Utilitll Included. Phone 3-31051,
FOR RENT--Room for bachelor or
storeroom, San Francisco. Phone 3-
FOR RENT:-Large furnished roo.ms.
married couple, kitchen privilege,
private'ertrdnce.,3It street eNo. 9.
WANTED; House or apartment: 3
bedrooms and servant's quarters.
good neighborhood. Coall "Hotel El
Panama.' Room 215. |
VISITING PANAMA Robft
Dowling, above, president o
Cluett, Peabody and.co.,.mak-
ers of Arrow arts, Is vistig tli
Panama in connection with the m
display of 1955 Arrow dress, MW
sports and boy's'shirts, now Do
underway at Hotel E'Panama. mc
Albrook dscue V
Wilh mi M
An Albrook rescue pine cer-
rying a Britishaubjeet whdtls a
olio victim is due to returntrom
Ecuador late this Afternoo
The patient, who ed
as an emploeg bf th
Ecuadorean'Ot Co. ao GOn
ls suffering- famtl bubar
and was reported relatingg t
fortably" in the iroei luqg a-L
board the plan, '
Both the regular Iron ng
and a smaller portable c
respirator model taken fn-
Clayton Rootwi ware im
the Albrook C-47 yttay
Flight ureo r. Char A.
Berry Aa nur-ate ca
the patient who
sterred 6 Goor'"gr
. A I A
AC-the meet of the Itwblo
Caa Club on ay mem..
bersM, ned in ptbibaph
acatlaes 'of Comniuity
agea e, in a contest s
du; IU. and Mrs. J..E. Wusi*d .
by the club in conjun tion w
the Community Cheat fund d e.
T1e pictu~tr wll be used by
the Comanuity Chet committee
tee to show the various a.tf-
ties. Pints were turned in by
8tseU' athanowka, Catherni
Jan.a 0. H., Graham, W. 0.
KO and O. .' Otaham.
4hature event of the eve-
es were atece when hn catl pfor indu
gation with' Paama Red 'n euan- tion in March 1943 and wa reec.
Cra to the iry because he i a- ted, on grQunds f physical unfit-
moetin need i o. Ieoall ite empty n a nest.
SDelivery w alade the 9 anitary service in World War 11. It noted that in January 19
famlus and4 lny Oters who Marcuii said the appeals boatd Halmnes submitted an application
acoiapalnied'.itea. at the Oed- "must hae held Rawali is a wt- for exemption.becase he was a
des, Hall last saturday. eigpn oetry." He said the Mc. citizen ofa neutral nation, At-
Carran-Walter Act especially n- gentina.
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SnixoYateP Dca.'"Reks Of Subsidy' M a
Declares ennessees Senator yor autn .a,
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ask-. It Bk i s1t 18r l9
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owtte o 9 o fth l .
zlcbansia between Gore "hdb of the CIIIEUI
CoTe wi d b elte d he
mn .tra. AND MANY OTHER STARS!
Gore, a loder of a 14-day en-
&1" ."'i r. C", SHOWS 9:80 11:30 and 1:30
"the spo esors of tdal tel ':
j oit aeommit mne a o d _
D"iaat o s tive power
Ses would mTONIGHT and Ever Night!
4pmarnteam plant at'tf-Tt in ow !
P1*t -OV*G., to 4019UD ka Bruilian Danger Mexican Int'rnational Dander
owatt. of powor-tp i A .
The wouThe Bet elHOredin Town!
ntto an tomio pint at
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Ste flbuster aga t the po-
pbelbsat n~m.t hat SHOWS 9:iU.-p -11:30 and 1:30
low the moat rag man dZ
the. Unitedtldy1%61 re-!
to he ther HAP to.Y A
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a". Clinton xPn E rM
TheSBeutvaO in Town!
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An A mry team eo f iX ..
NEW YORK, Nov. 6 (UP)-The National Prd offcenll' a' g i wn avy'rwat e- iatur-
4got Piefs LeAgue opens its weekend tonight..it.h dae oruce in the o ut-
deadns champion Detroit at Baltimore. Panam MarlinClub at b
0e- i vitaion of the Mai Bmt or Race It. ha c S r .i '
The om.sae three touch-In athe sale department of ian tournament t .. r te fr -u L
r M p7 n favorite over automobile company. irwn ad t a a m.are-
.Celt.. O aSunday, th lasl untleSund 1e t- th
Share three touchdowns Coach Walt ilealing of Pitt- S p.m. The comr ts b e ad -
SWps) over Wuhington at burgh eays he is worried about ondueted from fie a" "
Pittsbaugt le a one fensivo fullblck P1n Rogel. to the service teams. They wsr .' s", e te go
S ean .ncsco is a punter, hal been converted into merlin, and most salhll c.aunht.
?W ^t twCot) pick s an ofenat ieS nd.el The Army fishermen will also n dbeer ou- m e
overl~tse Chitcgo Scout J f ackLavele of the 0l- ble c fort a special award which e a
Mive nts Jstinly calls the Plts- w be given to the boat which 1UP) f teaery o Dee Ar- oDE... Jh Sohtsi
Stu" oooer Def .i burgh tam anldly Inersne." pl- donto these most firhm tharita- Woe r o ttl. i mY m and I'm .l / IY t
ve lle says "The Steelers tear be g institutions in the Republic of hbYsa rt o sure the -ap i. be D* : tr cabh
iYok, Pittbu. h and into every pia like It wa the PFanqm. nl n teme o to a woa e. oal llk ".r
r d overhs wgeke foiay. butorg am ,rt nfootoU. wsaner." A- donates the most. fish. Nv ito owst. han Itsts- aW oa Mf m hsavn. md I' .. wt rtne m i lNr .i
S"t areM e or the last one thyhave n this wol e army representatives will writso football rL ans d T -V been I hv-ii
ra visioch with "world. a do their fishing frbm the U. S Ne. Yale of a long- tar. e : aie l nev- m r Nv.
r a'md two losses. San,' In that Los An eles at Army C ribbe transportation standing rule Lord er o d ue thabtnson Will
o and Detroit are tied Francisco, ameo otals ill be craft Q. Ented meon n the from .l ootbhllof old d. afraid oa
; pce Ityrn the Wstern Don double" ert. Several weeks oa- team left aboard he eraft t'0 e toa ~ bee typile e to arVir- dl al
s-a ormer Detroit the Ram s and. Mo ra played a o'clock this morning from, P lotSI of bl.' o been Lntl c
E.e0 recrtshis old club -yill 4 tlie-ad players from both 20. loud: Frda ke rom- ms *m la a:taillbac
s. eSst.a. wides a found up with assorted hie officers wull leave Cro am a member thg Com- afrsd Aof n h e. r hospital- PjIe lo, n ca k rle tr e
S" .... Bosb smith, spend- utsbruises and racturesS. Cries Rodman at 5 PA tMonday aamun tios o asks-bThe a w l -in "d
ed ar this eean o "dirt ootbll" w hd. board the U. .Navy I I "How ti j s a with I
r et with assistant coach; Owner Tony Morabito of San "Weaver," which will remain a outrage." 64"..a, Pat- of the at needle an a pro Stakes.
Sitor Rhs ay"The Lions Franciso said hisa 49'ers would Pnas Bay until the completion terwon of "nhWOarden old ri tn th says I Ol Giants
"-," 8..fIA- I ae P / m nl rein o the .tournament, -t"; F d' "Ct, N c, h -"I much_ ,fon
Sbettr clb than in the 'get even" next time around. of the tournament to vro i de CT, NwY "Such "K much .hve a Dick on In tennis: atiopal V 'a
o rwhen they won. Ice then, Mora bito has chang- housigand rations for there nv- baabe t ypile to ev the ure have Champn Dors ha
ave moe r s r a erve @ his tun.a Mornttsays:-e le pants Felimir naRteo eryth ftWBob orkn he Fa t e t
told our;players to protest to the W th e x of raoancer Scre- ale okay T aflrs er a h.o e
technicsay still a officials it there i any dirty llt men on te t a. ry of TYale's at- for Miss the Army : pti Jockey ret a neye ailment. a, t. L e
o theLion. says hisIplay. It Is up to the offlcalsv to ces will pay in additiostho t itude ma i It's e from oply l -three win- hy Patohawho performed the
da a are over. le works Iprotect players.". -ioins, oi fuel and lubLestlen. old fasitd sa SO- ront of the a--but not bra had tw oth troperailast Frlde yallu -it
r A optld r onmunltlonsar senberg, former Asltnt Sore- In it. M lJaeeiaf At ul
System tkep inte ted pot-
sons ashore Informed the prog
r rw rasa of the.tournament,
More tc T e150 persons are ns
-"' ""~~ Boats are- expected to begin
I% IUsi n ofnm iltare Pinnel .Records, Futu.re Ri-s Of.i .otah ll Teams
TBalboa Y acht Club lets nSun-*LAMTHU CITADer. MO3, A- DIDIAMNAA NC A NO I Ia *I
j I.Ho1din. BHS To Tiea
Idin Tie iday *iw ahwhen the Ourna -'H 311 rwX aiiktEVIL=w36.
4V Tlad UduuuemUI .teamS) 'mum' s, r psaea .-
id the penalty for elaying the
s bat- ei o.. msoed t ther o
light's takep whe .fpld to kido
con- :Oen tterfld too
their boot e; nhis, own M0-yadn
tar for the idiRtja point
DIv team held the
Sto 73 yards earn-
m and 45 yards
r a e
.vto rit a of only
oe pame last i. e follow-
ing boys a eav report:
mir, ,Ray t,: -Dormnan Ful-
ton, James b Jhn Magee,
Thu r 131 hondt D Dic k
Mmnus, bap. Winklosky, Jack
1safpakr, Jaes Carlin, and
Bailboa W Bt school bas-
ketball scheul1*tor the 1954-51
Nov. o- pqOin vs Junior Col.
Dec. 3-Crietobal vs Balboa
Dec. 6-Athletlc Club vs Bal-
Dec. 10-Junior College vs Bal-
Dec. 14-Blboa vs Cristobal
Dec. 17-Athletl'Club vs Bal-
Dec. 23-Balboa vs Junior Col-
Io (Balboa). ,
c. ,29-Crsat1br l vs Balboa
Jan. 3-Athletic Club vs Bal-
Preliminary games played by
the Jluior Varalty will precede
thl Varsity games ad wl start
at 6:30 p.m.
Minors To Prpose
23 Amendotsl To
W*W YORK, v..6 (UP) -
EM-or League president George
iuatman says the minors have
a proposed amendments to the
mafr-udlnor league agreement.
Smwid s U a The minor-
Sm O in eetnz N ov. 29
,an 3. I rudue a raise
to *o20o for
tf e another
e t 'A's to
SlnO =J n The Mack
'liMrsay, and eAmerl-
can L agOwa n will discuss
ihe s w a New York.
I- -ela rMa mer Tom Riener
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ean NCeAru which sa a back Ed Oivr-or just about
e.iii amst" ev rlbody anybody. Every time this little
tirve fanLgleae.T. ',yr sw *11-
Ta olrfftheae cgene n bta Bonofilio, you
Sa n dist
Mpicae itr thAA. .o the ee, ws on the ned se a amus
e 1nt rnpa. 6whatfor t before trarring .to
s ian Baylor, b Th s e ITMl s teHurrieaW. s ft.
lord am wes e ha aund filo won't a starter jut year.
ttat eder, And ntea on .tm. Ten are .tare oshmor ouhr.
evet a d reant le. t0erbacks who iugven mer
-Maryland gae evn rembled any even enceo o ustinll him.l
a eolstesg Miami's rie on ho present col.t
mu BuAt S~~l o r ega scene r rte-e da
cad lX and_ 'atfelmer M.aroon Guitaft his assistant's Job
AoiAmer Ba. is n h exampu e at for alt, b oand took oer at
how l peo around the Mm. That ws In a ad
-ountry talk Lo d MamL Andy, with a slim squad, had a
a~*.I Maryland 44 rrTd. But give the m a,(n
al er fleld Lansing notes, time, boys. The next year wma
"Tlr had a-ntphdown called s, mark, followed by '0's 4a-1-
bael-and thekarylaud touchdown and an Orange Bowl win over
came ar nghin the kicker Clemipn The next season wr.
Openalt'C the Hurricanes obak In a bowl
As eaet might suMpct, Gusat- with Clemuson-thil time at Jack-
son has t hen do this with sonville's Gator Bowl. Now, they
mirrors. le has evdeep anmbld threten even more and are her
fleet s nuan wch ir a punch tstay as a national bntwer
riglh lreiugh is i teau. Mi- Uio W ye- tAitha stoy overf how
Donald andt bal k Gord Mo.l thlooked lMami. T t ou teas c1 an
terta rut Lnw the y with qunner.d, d
Smae aean e "irw, ieory. W l or.i hem aSe
So e notmen timera boe. T he o yan
ad &- Ulbck belly series d"g ma, followed byee, W O' s c.;
-r leb as Is ithe ease t ca C dales T Y., and East St.
Miami. It starts from a T. The Louis, n-t. ti t
quarterback. Carl Garrigus or It'; really e simple formula.
Written for NIx errvie
Dr. Clar6ne Spear was at
peace with 6verbod at. the
start of the 1981 a season.
Hla.nlverlty of Oregon -team
had won its first four ganm and
now was gett ready for a trip
to southern C lforna. A win
over the powerful Trojans would
put pears' team t the top of
During Oreoon's victory
streaft" arms Camse- friadlyv
with paois priest, a small and
mild ma' w wps a great Ore-
"Come. to Sputhtn Call-
fornia Witi I Pm suggest-
ed. "We have pley of room eO
The pIert oht it would be
fl 1 and ade tlp. Jut bewl
ltrw tsI"e waI to start bw
ever p a I bega to worry a,
*^ ^ eiew
,.i*,m, m, -.
.nia -. Af
brt chc against the
soor,. I, wouldd you
priet ?d, tae
l- e on the Oran
esame an top
^1-MLThey racked up two
;to said to his gub i-
tfelwu cry toi
J. is spji
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IL.1 TN 8 AU~IVN AN0 U
What Mr. Doeley said about the Supreme Court feowng
"the electon returns," also oat for the muiger of the year
baseball, the seleson of whor-fis generally determined by the
tandin ol the club at tnir ea ol the season.
eldr n b wouldAfter lt D roher wonr pnnt to
place, lat ye. And Lope not only endedte llone Yank
run, but his Cleveiano clab sht a new league record or games
At first glance, these credentials a most impressive, but,
really, now ]lt how much dd Duroher contriute to the re-
surgenee of the iants? Can ot be sensibly I aed that the
plants would have made up the 5o me de t on they hadn't
made the Milwaukee deal, and Wilolie Mt hadn't or m back
better (11n ver?
As a matter of fact, most of the sctrbes who traveled with
the Gaants reported tmht Durocher's con nt bidding withe te
neup made te h ea closer than the sitber of the oodtht t
warranted. A rve ld note s tha th the Oate woet with .hadn't
maDe the Milwaukee delo, Wanillie anda hadn twomc back
Yet from mid-July, when Darocher got the lead, urtl Labor Day
ween, the ahake-welu system cut their pace to .O0. Apparently,
the les the manager masterminded, the better the Giants fared.
Alston and Grimm
Drocher had none of the major probleni which best fresh.
ma an manager Smokey Alston who brought the Dodgers home
seond, fivel a s nm arrears, despite the stupn dus flops of
Don Newcomfe ad Roy Campanella, and a pitching staff whicb
ran from ore arms to more heads.
Sleu conventional estimate of m)anagerlal value than lead-
ing the field would tno Charley Ormm of the Brayes way up
in the'figures. Last nterI t r as decided tha tall the Braves
needed to win the pennant was another big fat. Out of this
decision came the Antoanel for Thomson dea. And then Thom-
son suffered a muttioes frreture in spring training and was lost
for practically the entire season.
In suite of this crushing setback and additional early season
handcsa, Ortmm kept he hb's morale high. A .70 pace for
part of July and all of Aulu=t made Grimm a pennant threat--
but he just didn't have enough manpower to t0 oer in stretch
run. The Antonell deal beat him and on for the Qiants.
Would the Braves have won If they bha kept Antonelli, who
became a 20-game winner for the first tim wlh thi Giants? I
put the question direct to Grimm on Ms last trip here with
"It hbeeould bhav W as many forn us u he Is winning for
th lGiants. there's nb doubt about It," was rinmm's answer.
S This se called for amplilleation and the rstes' manager,
prodded, pleasatly obliged.
W.a s I mean, bl that we weren't hitting the first halt of
the season nd the Glants were. They were getUng Antonelll
runs we couldn't have."
n P *
arini Pulls a Rock
w hber of the OlantE orgalsation is not
' Iil has twice made deals which ut
series. The first one brou t Dark and
Johnly AntoneBli nIDonu Lddle
Harao Btonehama a sagaity
eaess the raryit ixe pesewan
i teI nethebn
mlsus '7 n naea, nsely.
10 he l~YfiA
By United frs
NEW YORK, Nov. 4 (UP)-
Ransas State 5, Drake IL
sBoton Collge 13, Marnltt 1
Virginia Tech I, e
uilsde '3. Seuth Daktai
ir 3X, Wflkes IL
SaFml~ ', East Caroelna 14
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QUESTION: The defenses in a
five-man le.. A -lnebacker. wh
Is three'eMOps'behnd t line
"iititS laAsb tdeL
ta mep spot In
the defe ai for that
area. He la in full sri ashe hits
the spot-and the eaulves team
spi thel-baL Wi .thib advan-
tage, he h and a
the ea'ri before getdi g,
Is this illegal,-George O' rien.
Answer: No. The defense can
moveay place, ayt-le and
anywhere-as IM& a it does not
ca" the iner' im 6age.l In
tis csue, the Etdeh ker gambled
and won. The oens, e case,
cannot do anything HI thisa.
Q. A blocker run downfield to
knock out a defensive halfback.
The play Is halted at scrimmage
and the whistle blows. The
blocker already has started his
move, can't stop and belts into
the defender after the play. Is
thre a penalty here?-Jack Rus-
* A. Thi Is up to the official's
Judlgent. If the blocker sl. al-
ready comkltly In motion, the
cal *M= fb ets it n. bw-
ever, thIe O b ar g h to fe eer
.fn and don't, thea It is a 1&.
yardl pealt 1r usan I e s arr
irgnesa. penalty Is
ed eff 6t u he sept ef t
fold, bat ftSx spot whene
Say was dead-siace the penay
Iaeeil after the Pay,
br MIY: aaeul
~L. 'liahrba~. rna
wh1Uh ma* a w- Iripin W
fort to save hA's for ths de
Jbenaa. phi" o meMve the
teao .to Eqas Cy Ibt ap-
IpmUly mit. go d an esay
frIo ehwb ewaen at the New
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Says Speaker-Dest R 'brn
BONHAM, Tex., Nov. 6 --(UP) He also discussed with Senate anRe
-House Speaker-designate Sam Republcan L leader William F* crai avoi
Rayburn said today that whether Knowland the means of getting up "
the Republican administration a loses, cordial an ntru He on-
gets along with the House in the tive branch and the enw Demo. o ;et
Democratic 84th Congress is up cratic controlled 84 th Congress. tr-
to the administration. The action Indicated the White PLr" He fr
Rayburn conferred with Senate House is moving rapidly to make le i ldenthe
Democratic leader Lyndon John- adjustments in its congressional als..o .fO.r with both .
son today at Rayburn's r a nch lalson in view of the change n nr passion
near Bonham. They talked about litical readership on Ca ptol eg
organization of the 84th CongressM9 next year.A M l tu ...
and the Democratic legislative Other White house tollA r to t
program. day included MB4. '-3 o B. y u"over
"Coolperation between the bem- Persons, the P t18 ,a-
ocrale House and the admhns- tlve liaison chief a Somer as
traction will depend a great deal F e r g uso ni (R.-M.b "ame J far
upon the attitude of the adminl- duck" chairman t senate U m
traction" Rayburn said. th GOP polUy commp' .he line-up
are wl to work together fr The White Housed Invit be tle line-up w
the of the country, w tons to the b ernce an int.
wll were issued wi hi. "m nce. S Demo rats a)t 4f
blushed pole" ofs eaderS mIns, Ileaw
"Some Democratic eaderu of both parties lss'opi.fo lter l n crti
wingers' la the party There would meet later'.wlth:' Doa Wit ouse count of MS itbr
are just as miny patriotic D ie leaders on doamtia mat Demobr to 8 keLpub c a n is,
oerat astterere e ato press secretaY James C Hage- control is cosidebly flrm er. l l b a '.
S.ent m ts y said "that.i al. IA.ave to au But he- aain there is n abo nber o to
en aid the Demat nounce at this tim." lute meeting of minds, in either Lce the start of dutes i
organlzingthe Senate, "will seek Secretar toof Jo Foster Ka rt. .. : i .e o
to unite, hitter than iprate." Dulles th T Ine red sources said the Pres- e-t muh leos t
do ite llirer nt-nff.,It Will Nov. Due wW '. -
"If we npp ytJ it ,wl Nov. 17 meeg l in- .I w obnto) Ident asy ty to kep foreign olSDeok'5 "gt111nd1 a l ae o-Sok-~vt
Crni aott d lells o lude a ievitw it foreign VOaTd- nt pOoicy ou of .polities tofaior as the' dra i agoa ndg ther
Sis forthe co try is journ last A ~0 leav Tinthd trfln- 2Dt job. put e
for l* Democrats gel ry have itern-
S 5 rei bRY ta rni a or o verseasxp
Al0o:Mainin J r r1Vnot
They Indlrced, how 2 th nInt e defeat Tu- 6 Tua 4re- T
they will expect to IM to ers a
ubcans to forge' a and he laced, foren ha gun
heet. r.Eve deelon-et gk;
.r "'- .-:" s ., 'ua t e m a la T o ,-_m ? 'o
G,-, & mar ..W oj
lorse vote, tu re- Forull 'da r oonalu, one 0 n sa t a' news in er-
In whelhr oill BsoaP thpe chaS te^ Pt no asi art bes er wCas an A:w e.
fav n l ohSlat n aa dayn bea ls Redoa elPs la at o
aitei eo' strdp ana remar a-fre bouont kenn uel u- g st.
oh bi dogs huart c m. one ser probation. The St ae'
wellsnpaorti n the f the Presidebt menon-
eor emri h anyathing aboou the v'e ns on aean re-n wh's ors -- '
be a a ea.. bl eof'r te a ye Ur Suprembre i
eoplo who earm salgri hotisus aw ditl cg
pond on weely or.ohly py-P-. ,
cheeks. Everss;v doesn't get___Gnason $O.. "rT. qat"erdlI O"f
T oy The aender youth. a parentlY W not 0o.Do ( tP)--
hi denw td t ,t Install Ase rme S at 'one oint,. Wfdw
ol-but nIewe Et o Gat emla chi o he h s'nat
i u homlnstwould favor ri'srmark dalnVV wh", .eao.und.theloregadPrM i beu
lower income ,a oncFrproat. Tmy. w i&let Hal
George said hescoslfer oFm l today tioccrea
Dog sDemoerr eadr beor'eldeeid- .TdeAA CT, Nov. 6.- 0 1amie by.P ,a0m antaa- bAi wi
ing whether to aeP.t the edhair' (UP) Cal. Ca loull h a 5erod n be noo
manlhip of the satWte Finance m wi4laythigboutteeacnryon g I -r-old P nlar Icd ut at
geCommtee or f thntoPo eotiOn dentd of e tteal Rn osIio t reondw t1is t7g the ,,
Committee. He Is wehosnior Dem rm ...Wd, en-ne$~. r
orat on both. He lcoatuh he aprnlreetl "
leans toward the foreign policy jt usembly T~t
invlower.#emeu alert oo After his "ZJ bretiojp
Geor gtsai overthrow o n ist Preoth
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