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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
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00567
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boats surprised military circles
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been reported that the Rusians
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to the Red Chinese in increasing
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S ator. As mentioned by Joe Blow. Said janitor, wmot even meb. V."ae to Ie I'p1f W il
IacltizeD of the United States. 15 rspt cases. upplHgm k dnd pIl
I' shame with v ll the military personnel o, .O.Tth fth, chuuieagts orun taes'otansa ns

We expect tizens of other cou ntries to respect our flag and will bIJ close o m ao e e, or
iat with dignity. Let us show thm, by our example, that W= abouMte a package. Tatis w t l-- .
memer o- Patriot e fd w lc will m coaime fr om uoa -. t- .
moelt) rem 4 w Cr poon smrr
of Panama..The U.S. flag. a t such timtso Previeow Pu.eBI w producoa ain zatse dpraw
by &p ji ntor. AsomentionedibyuJoeoBlow. a o ees ne Saidg Jc rnotevenbee s ey (ol ofood.
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St t m uit al e m Wtisr c e e tae sto pass, and I mande o by has been a lady of tragedy al her adult
ad .!pe$owth on the zone, not to menti Mr. enover rts. hen I read t I sppoe ihe was foreordained t
s average arounI o.a a Holma some back to the n ta1e to h ier ano e soma how hshe t it into her songsane
Sfrom to mane the Dtroit were for watanygovet of. Bt hernment'total
t it with dignity. Let s show them, by our. example, that we ab a package. T tat Mr. a e
et our fla. eage lited at eloworof8. I remember both ucky ornes are
(fB fe er a o pery --Patrioti15 co and Libby as little better th an adolescent, ao with cona de fl
etregIi oo u, varying zromn ioy to Apart from doing things to a so'n l csl CqBoernAng 3 rth its
U' 1d.1lla-country according to customary 'Moaning' Lo#," which still gives me the goQes** W be was. k o
30al^aHS^ lekle S 48 EU uea. PwyMu piz*plea. Miss Holman also provided a very raci his first penIatat
Tn'm e Passe basi package for northern bit ap.Wapa~er copy when IwasacubIR o&. WI.wag
-Hu '81 "'I" U S Europe wui lie one pounu emlea n o lege. A grea many million words and at least din 3 l
d~l^^^K~isplease S tIsah aBbutter, sbewteSu, ury.. 5.3 "3, en.enouel' wain written about a ruckus they -hM went -1
.. pe a gidol p us toz oee pounds up Win ton-Salem way.
i -of rice "i.~oVe rd w at At top of the heap, professional, t 1 e e o -
S lateral like "BodyandSdl
a-latish -twenties.

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f.b from Wta s n tol managed to geto- Det .were for, wor .d o ut at. But heS
in packaging was a euspjct t more or les, but with at M r tao theoa
dogab ad therp packaggi gers lting at Mr. remWalker. The Buewr t oeause tareth;01








wbll AsricA. f and the' gys I was in. with. would fire- ism
be to r a big red i ed b ry aslittle else for months. aoescen bd w to toll in ther v .
ia a nove 'Apart from doing thin.4toapon ad. urned rWa Ing rfirostDeetlO
(gt 6.go ..7 mirx message n.ing Loo,"w In conchu"e heWp I should W
7lt 49 ~lo oe p There was a pHo sel of confusiode and ar rli, while a paVagon of.

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rd .- o ,tary Agencies a., av-Wrt6 a packet ten bout a ruc. of her son, of W to as witness. It w t
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i D ear tgioi Paratrooper Res (th latest ty") pentlotopeet f ti. kelaroundthe W.Vc
S... Can Je bThDiatribgus- D eaRe ental Combat-taiorlluking hisat .u .-
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Aurch WEatRice, I1d all knee!" .l. *, etc.) and Victor's reed-e M Medle bave
O ad. AU 9 e pac at the Runpelt Carlton? SepLa~ld~e. And .Iy
a .tvere n ed. erylittle el se for front of boms s into oll .in-other
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',U 1-" a My h at dhe axqu utodM'in mhich o Ishoulod
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daide almost t I following query in eery let... A
1- Irving Berlin ph: "Why waa w- ers' songs wibe
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C. i wil'iuanNlfers in the Ori Drawing No. 1862, Sunday, November 14, 1954
she whole ticket has 44 deces divided to swo aries "A" &AT "B" of peeI each.


First Prize 3034 $ 44,000.00


Second Prize 0238

Thid Prize 0267


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only faos person whose naipie
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The 1f.man force safeguarding Pr. 0. .Wilson deanoftheUn
!'he welfare of this city of 114,000 versity of California school of
has fewer policemen per capital criminology and chief" of West Ger-
;than almost any other department many's police after World War II,
a' 1n California, yet its crime-clear- is a "graduate" of the local force.
surne rate continues to lead the
t 2te. Other notable alumni ars George
This rate long considered the Brereton head of the Cilifornia
yardstick of police efficiency, rep- state divion of criminal investi-
*resents the percentage of the city gation; Walter Gordon, chairman
major crimes, usually felonies, of the California Adult Authority;
cleared by arrests. Last year Ber- Willard Schmidt, head of the San
. 'keley cleared 30.2 per cent as com- Jose State criminology department
*pard with a figure of 26.1 per and V. A. Leonard. director of
cant for some 1,706 departments Washington State College's police
Sthroeuhout the nation and 19.2 pe school.
cent for Pacific Coast police forces,
similar size. I J. D. Holstrom has been chief of
S The force's long record of effi- police since 1949.
cioney can be traced to its unique ----
-orwig and the wisdom of Its found- Frog T r I Up
e. e John A Lindquist of the r__ Og iU r Up
,personnel department believes. i
Berkeley had ho organized con- o0r First- Day
stabulary in 100', wilen August -
llmer, later to ber nie a School In NY
one of the world's leading crimin I.. ... .
nologists, was elected town mar. PLATTEKILL, N. Y. (UP)
Sshal. Usually it's a little lamb that fol-
,h l'ilows Mary to school, or maybe a
Talt meant that Vollmer didn't . Ma. to or maybe parted
pen his time tryi.g.l f rom its young master. But here
,)anite old-tens peace officers who.!theversionwa-iferent.
might have a their own ideas different
bow to r.n a police department. When Plattekill School opened
Instead, to was able to start from for 6 fifth graders, a dozen frogs
scratchch by atren!ng the men he ganged up at a cellar window,
"wanted to fit the uniform he ostensibly hoping to get a drink
Vo.g.het threshould.tear h at the font of knowledge.
'bIexperienced b tIntefll ent men The youngsters spent' the first
to beeome .n of oficers-f- da, of schoolchasing the frogs.
liient.- u, onsible and incorrupt- f
Ibls.
S Belag new to his Job, he worked
with equal diligence in preparing
minelL He read tirelessly and
; enfrred with law enforcement
leaders wherever he went.
W HWis contributions to the field of
ecriminology-4he lie detector, the
,patrolman really light, pioneering
i police radfe, and the modus
di (L, 50.) file which be

, Ap zt m t in 1S his d per-
.men ts reIbae .
for employment
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A n traffic violations to
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pot. If hrtalpeai td be in a me-
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later dllMUatd to opera, aye
she plans to givesMarilyn Mon-
roe sme competition in a new
Broadway show called 'Hello,
Far e." Th. onetipe .opera
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a Bei%. -g be be Mr. obeEf. Ga of Pen.
_m n"., -" l.- Wl-ub s.C ola. 1, M, its the -huaw guest
a d ht : at 8illo hrias-ents. Mr. a :d rs. Hen.
p.m -a .lea on the Antic
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-had -re ,J. B, .. Mr. and Mre, Michsel 8. .
chatrma,. ._. P e c. xfaski of .,age ig.entr
I:: he, R.abe, Mr. axg lo, n Mia;er .so,- ,
ILH. A. Stagler nd C F- Richard. ignau Br kL
bough. .- -
SM.mBVr Bteta' 1- ugter's i -
At Em.ba et"we i -Mr.s and M s. J. H. Gesink haves
The o of the United aounwwced the birth of dauslh-
te an. Mr. R ob n. ADn C e rinej bor' yester
-t m er ntertad day at Coco Solo Hospital.
en Sa da y eveainr with a. large __--
t cocktail 'arty at %; =mbs 5y WSu1I65
toowi program of wrks
Mr. d .p or, ~, ted the Music
C estertn, .annou Grou .at theV 1J5 .
Sed themoed Porees Seire rc on
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t' rtanedat a.pccktail party Sat.
rday tla nt l observatitom of
"Mr.. B a.irthday.'

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ThIs program,
Muitary pae .Eb
familns, and the public, loth
therCanal Zone and .the Rep
of Paama are cordially ivit
to attend.





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4br de, who was escorted
t ae r ,i wure a wQunutg Mu
o .aNNluu a Aue, over usue i
t .A. a was oaienna
-0r 0IL of dusiun w"a =
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tU ipuquet ol w 4 1rses, i

Miss elen Matquard. sMooer
the briaei,'was' aa of noa
ukw dress was ate aaqas
At., In Coa It lla te
-bouquit ': d roses a
ia n carnamuon..-
. Donald Flach, borther
the groom, was lte Des man.
.ers were Mr. Dean Cha lson, a
mi. Asur Anderso9.L
The wedding maceh was play
by Mr. Stanely, and the vocal
los given by Mrs. "Aaron.
A reception was held, at U
home of brides parents. Mr. a
Mr aruard, now residing
I Milig Ave, Vineland.
The bride a-d groom left fo
honeymoon to Virginia and o
soithbea states. tley will res
an East Seman Avenue, VI

The dde, graduated with C
Cls -it a, from Cristobal H
schooL. SBh is now working
the C. G. Winans Co. In Vineiai
The groom, graduated from
Vieland High School, with Cl
of IM.. He is employed at Cd
nial Boat Works in Millville, N

(uests from out of town, foi
rily of the Canal Zone were:
Mr. and Mrs. John Sadow
and, e the former M i
'Mate fom.of Gatun, Mr. a
xMrxa hman. a o4 ama,
for6aeband Bjulah. 410"o


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S remWned blr water fa*t fr a time

bUs at4 .eo clear sewers and imove children to play in the standuc
IUede abr.. .. water .because of t he possbl
-,e rice stations buy a n pre e of sewage.
Sof er cent of'alT e weathrmn
Ni. tand would have to r mied raifal w a enough p th
e because of waTr man g.- city's daily need t 2



mu. Wajer for a ltime s.t gallons for two years. The city's
c lael9dSep on .the ftoeim fhn- freh water supply Is pumped
ibd dieda of homes in eight blgou._ from source I20 mIles away.
SId in t of cay," e sa ,' 'theIs
town storesObservef said the fast ~ood rain we've had for
f the dmage would not e etslmath a month er
U- f ed mtU the city dries out.d
md 'Sam Goldsmith, metorlogt .The record rain for any 4-
SI charge dlear sewers and a e ildren the United State was
wil err"stormtargetin4tWe set in California when 26.2 inch-
O:d dabre-mles of.thislan ewat ed fell on Jan. 2se .of14. The'
S ling"ce a hurricane wbu thsut world rsecord of sewagnhes as e




e wf n t." "crde4 ,pJuy 1911 atBad Lu
After half as hour of city'sn hilyppine.ed of
a RI afoltgallons for two ye re. T*he" aty's
S o a n. f "Ironically "he said th Is

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If O1N5gb ibdiviualve a ie
S gaed, -go uesd marbing class

(For e aotety Uews ense
turn to page )


CAR 60 THANKS
We wish torexpren riBe a to iar u sray
friends for their M6. 4x-semluuaof sympathy, florU
fferi and to a du te rieent death lo
of our beloved muths
S RHODA RAYMORE



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SAE sd le 2262! Seag^ .od *A. h 'a.-w- T IE
T---th ND. AM AU .A., e .-
L -cycle Bendx auto- d e O .'. us 8 13th St., Cl. Phn tte
c %wah machine. completely Fn :-1951 Sick Super h ith Rio Abao wThe O
led, lie.nt condition $75. radio 51050.... Con be financed. or xT y0
A 52e.en c Hou7e 587. s., ateet incon. FOR SALE: -Leaving Zone. Ctiplete Grr MIam, na Car en ch .
-ou be be d (complete). FORu SALE:Himin'gun 4-doo r household furnishings; 1951 Pack- tagsoderonv. n C onlns, mod. ma iul
condition. % Balbo Rod. Tel Phone 3284. FOSTER'S C E mile
FOapSALEhon 1 2-12 lnr iSaa Cara. E s
O SAChinese adored st. Coil Fe Sr I FOR SALE:-Telvar radio transmitter, Bnalboa 2-rt ..
ru.g, .Chiese carved chest. Call FOR 57ALE.:-1947 InternatioalBal boa - 2o0c .Lee
boo 2956. .'ato- up truck,- nemw rem, bAt- crophone and crystals. Call evning.
OR AL : -i Maytag wash-ng mo- lbo 3
chine, 60- le; dFouble coil eFOR 0 c se dan. HY- SWAP:.-2 ,in. boy's bicycle for 20-
r ando--tess. Phone Kobbe sonably in. irnls bicycle. Phone 2-1527- C.
..fter. 3:30 p.m. JiNtdb.tfl
SSALE -Desk with chair, small )l LE :--La tricycle ; and FOR RENT Foa ur- nqdra m onl
I toble, 2 occadlonl chairs. Phone chin clot $ Call after 5:00, completely furnlheo all convehl-
3.4Zte29. se sHOu Balboa 5S1462.. e nces in e xluuW* r esintial Si HA Ebbj
3-4229. ___ ,.__ "_- ,,tion. Suitable for diplomat or busi-
FOR SALEl- Canaries $12.50 each; ness executive of discriminating
r' t"Ip noted a CKW#ak" "'Mlo"-e.,0A( l..R Nov.2I&W.or).
el- qne .f.,lI. g me- Parakeerts (Budgles) $8 each. An tastes. For addilonalbl, lIformrtlbn -
_hN ,a cprodition. Apply 9126 color. ACUARIO TROPICAL PEe see Mr. Faobreo faMnaay at-No,
. ANTEDr-- Tustwortny English Bolivar Avenue, Cblon; 39 Central SHOP, 49 Via EspaAa. Phone 3- 18 East 29Stree a o -Mercdo 4 t AI et 1 r cil;Iw
peaking molaid to coOk and keep Avenue, Panoma. O41"I. Vasco," between I and 12 noeon, .T eatr' ta 1
after 10 a. with reerence: ANTE Te best exhibits by the FOR SALE: 2 boys' fur-trimmed ond 3 to 6 p.m. er 60
Curudu Heights. best exhibitors in Pen4ma for the snow suits1 sizes 4 and 6; 2 boys' FOR RENT:-Furnijhht eat g dUfurish- =10 a a at wouldthwr a p
Curundu Swimming Pool Associa- short heavy fur-trimmed winter ed two-bedroo" chle, suitable for s omulatthrt.
tiionon O ered Fair ato Curundu. coots 8 and 10. Both sets with two couplesI.Who killer ilo, tr
ANTED:-Tutor In English for two FOR SAkE Balboa 4244. looking oSA Ce Viapla.VUa Be c v t,'
eANTED:-Tut.sarlo Porras, opason-o.
American boys grades. 2 and 5 PANAMA CANAL COMPANY ble renPho
Complete schoolwork. Recomn- O, a Mo O OFFERS MSCELLANEOUS ITEMS P able rent. P hollt .
nations required. Phone 3-1795g or BOA' AND MOTORS V I "0R SALE IS e 1... e ae TaMt .we
2-0170. FOR SALE. 14-foot bon Sealed bidos, for opening in public, will- m /4l --Ii, rr, OV edo n w., ...
WANTED: -.G r I Secretary with Fi4nqbput with trailer. Best offer be received until 10:30 a.m., Novem- plSea1nbf l Mm aelmAive r lpinepanig
kwled English and Spenish 2nd Avenue, San Francico., Phone ber 23, 1954 in the office of Super- presidential dd i le for OyLlbserveI ane h ih Nrwo, e0
.corresondeofnce.Observers n tehigh tmot
correspondence. Apply Case Can- 3-2345. intendent ot StoirIhou ns, Balboo, for dlome r el boded .well 16r the center
c 9 vr ---- tractors, platform ono lift trucks, cons dlldimS wdtl n" U.
tral, 9126.lvor Avenue.. Colon. air
veyors, weitlng and road pld ~~ -, and mot abitentil nor- -
,- ..,finishing i o~~+onCrete mixer, ,mawadbin Poabenom or- W.T .. 1 hi
L police ound ,Tropslr o .adrol l...to7n.,. ,. ....e.-, '001119..rom moderate- WASUMITONN6 .1
I ooIecerouutp ldrls, Ports. toms11e111fUN&plantsPI4 Ce? p.er nkB- Iean Ugemr
y1)compressoe Ibting machine .en 9 Pm. b brat her st a i oigt
I (Conat li$..S .Vase ) Ri press, blower iter cooler and sods FOR RENT: -P ipbomt' furnished 3f]I3 T,1e,' tartheted at hNtt ihihetro e -.



CtIHICA TOMAS -Adge 0*11)0e
-I"v1tuatiagoneN o. 1$ yei5 on Alt,-ndB eo2t




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tronv the Zeilab El A rost the he .North n J o o'm
i Iof forhre p rf t eeh Nt antuou g civil- FOR MINt: -- Fumied t unless th g r
wife ofcra p PrOMIlir A.r ian h i Fr rhtFurei ensd ,lmen durig r..... ..a
.,, t i defense uoflon duflnt end tow thenBt/.
ttls of eastern were re- Anyone to hear le F,'Aht a6 r ar t
Swnfall of aguib came rtend digging in one to heater of- re a t up from a be
r n s P7t 1) rel. Fn tt r ^ 8 a :NT: Small furnished apart. ef n 1hDme aft& L
re ,a.m.In each, Ime on No0 itryInspected., ie Parrot -s md



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per'aYthatalou e back of During that pulri. radio sta- .n the w t Ysm4o-ln1,



B B + I J.B1^ .tejSM on. Io tonsIt oVe*'+.-rwhlch twhiy h 1: S tL', .
lstring. lbeomnuon,..whichh. be-ewich WAfNIEU ,Dtith con
grN..ov. 1, hi. bn boken b makes it ln uablbe for "- "waautla tifa h
reinforced en t roachingbombers to fix their
Fecvoubet didffiult task t ean the positions by using radio trains-r WA-it)fiNT W ,- W .ase.l 4. .
Sbr e o t r of o oh. n o f oael e coom a.n ea v . 11 !
r bes otors1Ja M -mitters as cheb points. s room ftTs house or aportmentspl t t he'
Iftem sa ge W orld. forP rrA" ,ican Vf bmily. Phone Pon a- : o6
it wThe Defense Dept r t m0eon t ma 3-4740 bi2-4722, Mr. Hef-
r t a nd fle 1el.wtUNao t pointed out* at h under normal "' h t r tV Mlm" 1gg
7 t ,adfled. 0ty Congress conditions piussly on a radio Pe leldWn=tL=
aespn std I cate their pool- 0 oP Cep
h4er-i ao co15n- (re on With rel ta n tosradio sta- l,.
M3 o u on -a io te a, toheriwo te
ahee u yestem, membue The stem .wo. rtedOut by the i n ff I
o, of federall co m that "this on a d Co a.-
tnf- .. . .nilai o4 for .wimr acy use Is
s knownaor short AWe ACCE
or8"controlofelectromagne
almosed the hue 1g. hradiations." *h ro C
-,f the World.s b oa -(.Ore.) to.
casting on either Or "24O i- dbror-atrmtPer- l1tor orostave
INtW,-Vn.b- tr -n Na"...senhow.
aai o ateanrn_@ adata forPresice
risen WABAt!NMGoN, 'Nov. 15 ( onetimeners bhus dentn anfoUon"
uSg aenp Of he ob continuous program uAUIC aXIoxchange for a new t o--.



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liWIr birthday. '
kat tNational Prubyi.
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number o onfeookes crowded ti
sidewalks, outside the bulldb*.
Mrf. Eisibower, fwaring a
dard suJt, Rred ad white hon&0
fur -stole, waved gualy ito
lining the streets as jhe a asser
husband loft t1 Ochdeb. -
The-Presiden save his vS a
surptse party at the W Brim
on her birthday w. -. -
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bout 100 persons Inc audlog.
inet members as their wives and
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F-. D. iimnder el,.. .5 .
.rPlace, Ann'ounues
k hl ) test5An extraol testing of the
. 5. M axwe.ll -s. mith will ornment at a.v.e'i -o'e
ea4 the a m 0 ugtion t t and ganhuing cdniitteC.c un. l b(
f4 tf ts a t5 7 Willf show held-tomorw at 7;30p.M. kt "
tao r4" M talke b O t"couting.'tee audlim of the-Pa, iffc
''Servi ter. ,, ... A..
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n? mil lutheon labor situag w be gve
.?mei -. s fIuV oft' beKowe iuerB Wive' Many im-,.Etat labor problems FROM
b ai a ir ClubtW l be held O1uraoy, at as they dcowefi and affect me ""
av f she os ti o ma Log100.m at th robbe Of. berm will be dicuased.
leave-fo- honewhome...w#6Wl Open ,rvss a
e e -Bostetes for the lunpheo are The regular Stewards Counil
esa r uN. W. rps M ra'A.'. et- Meetings o the Balboa and Paraf
Mrs. Sa. pe snot e -i s l er .:av Ar orced pS u ariney machine.aod affe otrm -
IrwM tweoad M. L. P. whueth o A so Chapters of Local 90Q GCEO .
rs.Ruth -ao w d 1 C. A. tet speaker, Fred C IOh 0 will be held tonight at 7.0
sand M r a. -- ,.,00"
-'Wesley Aft G"l q.e. ,p wl 9p.ak 6n Sout Aneiea ani p.m. The former will -b helda
-I aMr hddlt Es ESat 1 4( lOw 'a h0 i008 t91. UnionI '5 office at the Pacific
membe: afidL i f Ila. appatlon can be m service tinter and the latter at
wife #A. z. Persounerie L. *4o, M. We. Yt, 6i. the Uc'4a at the Pario


tobal Woan Club was bul Of the m u tthely s io
We at, the .d CV a s trotive p aarmcle auBB ? at r"e 0. t
B111 DI OladtA owith. the1 te tbrld-mo4" 1i Cao4 tmaet s veO
ttBint; -oorge pthlof Pcienow" 13a Now Peasnu Rary Club dy G~ JO by B.S. O Gr$
ft. Wqe! wmed te Ker always Ve aService Men of GtD% o has also-edited an
mh-s* n ajelf4 pong the ..A'sThitedayeGuests titled hi. 0w. At'm
guests wm-i,- "P Du, a. In' o the or=rwV# in commemoration of the tIud owij-, 4: ..Ii|
wife of tlu United Ste Cqum these Items WV a AtOt- an Day e Some A p-1. films of the Sates
Sowu Mr. UM^ a#^ t toon beor hColub of Pansaa b ho by Dick-Park willlsa be hiown,
Mrs .' s' pL 1n tOe 50 uerv4cemen from the Army.; and W. M. Masan will bring his
|^ B r. : <*t- ^ 'la .1, the "1cai. noth 'o0-U'cue Navy, Air.Force, and 6ari editing machine for a de.onstri-.
S uwhproducts. te s Owi corps at the weekly Rotary f**
sue $10 p..oheW them Luncheon which will be held 4 4""1'.4A
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MCA in Balboa, respectively., The lay Reading Group of the Rogers. See the n wetr & LIFE "creatis sl"
t re Cooperating withthe chairm Canal Zone College Club w fully designed for ompe "Figure-Typ" .fit
*a USPAIg DaC O W at the home of esath.to greatpat ee of lcoaufort.
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Lt. Joseph Kotsko, Personal Serv- .-
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15th Naval Dlstrict, and At ,ficencia will meet tbmprrow j '&
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than Within diree- mse to scuss new emergency 6 ) W
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the bu oa.t of .u l.o rS dearthe ofrFld: Bn nite, Jr, Fo- frames a pleasant face tast. dA. ance", h maaijne executive.
Mubie. imtbOut Ie.. t tandwblood su.. may, at W t' alaw Beach, Fiori- t reflect suffering or -nhp Pierrp OIante, h.flew nher he s--
t i' M-d that, e. nda. lIte, 4, u oef a wealthy 'as. terday to"oia unt- hefm-
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Pan American meals.: served piping hb ati flig"
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national governmi tc.
One such m nte came from
their former ni:bos, FBI director
J. Zdgar Hoover,. and another
from Robert M. Don, New York,
retiring president of the Society
of Former Special Agents of the
FBI.
More than 1;00-- members of
the society hat-e been holding
their first conveptian here.
Hoover urged the former 0-
men to continue to exemplify
the qualities which form' t re
FBI motto: fidelity, bravery and
integrity.
"Once a man.takes his oath of
office and is assigned the gold
badge'of the FBI, he acquires a
status that imposes upon him a
grave responsibility Hoover
said.
"When he leaves the service
he continues to carry that re-
sponsbility and should so con-
duct. himself that lWa apts.ad
deeds will reflect crt upon tu
good name of the F and. the
men who have served and con-
tinue to qerve in thke F1."
The society selected Detroit as
the site of its convention'next
year and named Mortimer 1.
Davis. New "York, to a.ceed
Dore.
Dore said the ex agent s,
through their training and, ex-
perience, "can be an effective
force in Improving standards of
government."

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The following inquiry is typical
of many I have had recently:
"he Demoejats are gene rally
conceded to be less friendly to
business than the Republicans,.
The Democrats have now won
control o4 boh .usa of Conress
from j Yet, since
the 'e1ee h Sura stock marekt
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drop et of apai
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tee shares were looking ahead to
the pick-u in demand for steel
ih currently has plants operate
Sat about 75 per cent of capa-
oy.
almost eveQrine tedo Dem.
ocratic gains in:.'th heIgtios. The
only real question- wi how big
the gainw wold -be .Que a few
Investor-# btsBulad securi-
ties or witAlK from the
market in td pectation that he
lion esi o would a leas
porarly m s.e uek prices.
Despite a-t.tM, stock prices
Held rIdae- y i steady before the
elections, Th tadiness in4icat-
ed a tn udzw erlyng demand
for stoc. -;/
The elecWitri turnd out consi.
dera ble0 .uiaavorahly for the
Re al ofatsn had been fben-
rar atipre This fate r a-b
ne ould etedto give the
ost-eiltaaio market a certain a-
mount of 'tuyancy.
SIn addition to the relatively
J:avonable election outcome, how-
ever, other. was a substa nti a
up demand for iquites o n
se w of those wb had been
wa -g a more farable buy-
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Gil Morland, general manager of the C.V. YTan-
4' mfi received a cablegram from field manager Al
' s this morning reporting that eleven players
'Ik anized baseball had today arrived at Flamin-
Miami, for "spring training."


Slayers with their organ-
E ba ffllations are as fol-
ehwe qKropf, Charleston, A-
mo f Association.
ps, Rochester, In-
Charles Wilhel, Ottawa, In-
attona League.
'%tV9r, New Orleans, South-
abek. Mobile, Southern


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ffAerican debut tonight at
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made

a-- annoying ,referee
Jt Cologne, hopes to flat-
'tleiBppr min er malI West
d. a, and ,farch on
ih American rings to a
Sthe ge ve Full-
Simpreve .while up-
kle last week
l .M dmaflk to d ay
Mielm ~the favorite at 8Y
1 ,t~elster his 26th straight
W aA professional.
enough, both Muel-
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Ufr.who wo theOerman
UJ6950. and lost it back
on a foul in 19523. h
o American Burl Charity,
IV Ill and Ken Stribling.
jean Stock of France. e
id in New York on Nov. 6.
S$i described as, a "club-
ke" who wades In and too-
.unche. from all angles. His
Amerian performance will
levlsed over t 1eAABO net-
.t 10 prm. (W.
te same time, the Dumont
o*r will carry the 10-round-
tween welterweights Italo
Oehinl of Italy and Luther
Sof Chicago at St. Nl-
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IM 7-3 because of his speed.




1 19-4 rd in-
Italian 4-14-4 record
60. eaqn*. Bazyalo;
i, drewth Chelmbr,
rim ]okeand olo, and
liePedrn te ea.


Jack Falls, New Orleans, South.
ern Association.
Vie Stryska, Oalveston, Big
State League.
Bill Harris. Montreal, Interns.
tional League.
Charles Douglas, New Orleans
Southern Association.
Rollins Ludtke, Mobile, South.
ern Association.
Oil Dickens, Minneapolis, A.
merican Association.
Three more players will be re-
porting but so far their names
cannot be announced until ap-
proval is received from the Na-
tonal Association.
This Is the first time in the
history of the Caribbean Con-
federation that one of the teams
has undertaken their training
period in the United States.
In a telephqoe interview, Mor.
land explained that if was al.
most Imperative to make these
arrangements as the big league
operators had advanced the
deadline set for their players to
cease winter league play.
One of the conspql s ol
this ruling is that the Panami
League has to open onDec. 1 Ir
order to complete their schedule
"We cannot go agalst the per.
centage and expect dry weather
In what Is supposed to be the
ettest month of the year, said
Morland. "I1 the players had re-
ported here this early the7
might have had to hang around
the hotel most of the time while
clouds and our money rolled by.
"The opposition of last year Is
so much stronger and' one game
might be the difference in the
pnnant race,-if we could have
earned one more victory in last
year's regular schedule we could
have avoided that tense playoff
game.
"That was a tough season -
part of the time our directors
thought we were a cinch then
they gbtpanicky when the run-
nerup club started playi ball
like they should have been all
season.
"Then camne the tlpond
calls from Panam 'Ask him
what was wrong with oe lub?'
Well, tele that a Is


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Argentine Rcer

1st Death Casualy

Of MexIco CarRace
PUEBLA, Mexico, Nov. 15 -
IUP)-Argentlne racer Juan An-
tonio Oatti became the first
death casualty of the fifth Pan
American Highway race, which
starts Friday, when his car skid-
ded off the road south of this
city into a canyon yesterday.
SHis Argentine co-pilot, Alfredo
Doura, was seriously injured In
the accident. Doctors at the Pue-
bla hospital, where he is being
treated in an oxygen tent, de-
scribed his condition a s"grave."
Both racers were driving to
*Tuxtla Outierrne, Oaxaca state.,
in their Ford for the start of
the 1908 mile border' to border
race.
Police s e thy took a curve
tpo fast ana the "car careened
off the highway into the canyon.
i a died, cet after the ac-

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again has madi' the Chicafo.
Bears the Monsters of the Mid-
way. (NEA)


Parke Carroll

To Be New GM

Of Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 15-
(UP-A general manager for
Kansas City's new American
League team may. be named to-
day and thke No. 1 candidate for
the job was reported to be Parke
Carroll, who served In the same
capacity for the New York Yan-
kees-owned Kansas City Blues.
Arnold Johns6n, owner of the
new ans City Athletics, ar-
rived here yesterday from Pitts-
burgh and went Into an Imm.e-
diate closed amson with attor-
neys and city officials on organ-
izational plans.
xsttonme, Edward VoliUf
otcago, aid Jjohnson would
hoUld a prm ess eeen todTy
Vollers said oBason we
make khown hts eraaton`
plas- at that te. Na. ng.
the general meager Is expect-
ed at this conferenMe.
"There are a multtlude of der
tails to be ki Mout con-
nection with Ae and W
Of the stadium and In the -
modqlog and margin. ot m0e


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ida 14 Tenn. 0
U. 33. Furman 14
Auburn 35 Georgia, 0
Georga Tech 20 Alabama 0
Marynd 16 Clemson 0
Bxke 28 Wake Forest 21
MissisippI State 25 LS.U. 0
Tulkne 6 Vandy 0
Kentucky 8 S 7.
Mslaid, ,uti 27 Villanova

Va. Tech 2 Waynesber 6
South Carolina 27 Vi a
West Va. 20 Wlliam and Mary
N.C. St. Col. 41 W.. V. State 1
V.M.I. 42 Citadel 0
N.C. State 14 Riphmond 6
Chattanooga 21 Xavier 14
BW (Memphis) 32 U. Of Bo. 19
Carson-New'n ,7 Howard 7
Parria Iland 26 Norfolk 0
Newberry 14 Troy State 14
NW. La. St. 34 SW. L 7
Catawba 33 Gullford 7
E. K. y. tate 20 Lorudtt'
cente oI W kea6. 14
I3.W. TenrY DWswahnee 9
W. Va. Teoh. 20 EBa. andHen. 11
NE Mias 8 Mar. T l l.
Hamr. AB 14 Ft. Ord 14
Davldson. 2 Wofford 0
rB. Tenn tS. 30 Mldle Team 6
Maryville 14 Concord 13
MS La. 50 McNeese 6
Delta St. 53 Southern State 0
Tenn. Tech 47 Ark. State 0
Quantico 61 Great Lakes 14
Elon 14 Lenoir Rhyne 6
Presbyterian 14 Appalachian 7
W. Caro. 64 Newport News 7
Flo. St. 21 Jax. St. 0
EAST


Army 35 Penn 0
Navy 51 Columbia 6
Princeton 21 Yale 14
Goraell 40 Dartmouth 21
Holy Cross 20 Fordham 19
Harvard 31 Brown 21
Penn State 37 Rutgers 14
Boston College 7 Boston U. 6
Lock Haven 20 Lycoming 6
Kings Pt. 18 Kings Col. 12
Delaware 41 Lafayette 7
Muhlberg 33 Frank and Mar. 6
ogale sI ehighis


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o0D pnd 18000 tor tilt 1955Asea-
son.
Vouiers and Joh3-B. Angle,
another Chicago orney,; ve
been here seveya_ di cemfer-
ing with city-Ot ,onthn th I
sa of thetadlmi. t .the cityI
and the bsequ et 1sin, of
the park to the A'%.
WhileJohnson and sociates I
worked out the retels. KansasI
Citiaris went a&hadewItM plans
f6r a huge weloo ing dinner for
Johnson, the ainw.ho brought
major lea ue bab.a to tIheI
banks of the Mlssouri._ His four-I
month fight to acquire the Phil-I
adelphia franchise wP Won a
week ago In New l7 vh en A-
menrican League cli0W9fw vat-
ed 6 to 2 in favor of the trans-3
IThere was considerable cee-
brating in Kansas pt benfl"1e
news reached here.o t John-
Ison's unannounced arrival yes-
terda met with no awae. He
went u noticed frontile airport
tothe ueeBhlebach OtN and im -
I mediatey disaPppeetd behind
cloud .doors.


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Penn. )o l.. 01
n n T'-NgOpkini"6
Mass. 19 Tufte 1
Drexez l-I Co IS q 9
Amn. Int. 6 New Haven 20
Bethly (WVa) 27 Gr've City 0
Mansfield 42 Mlllerswlle 7
Moravl a 34 Wagner 0
Kutztro 20 MUotclar 13
W. Va. Wp. 13-W. Liberty 6
Rhode 1wAnd 20 Conn. 0
Rochestet 3 R.P.L 18
GOettysburAT 37 W. Md. 0
Union (NV.) 9 4amllton 14
Westm'n 47, 1p'rry Rock 0
Penn. VM^^ ^ al. 14
Branded m a so
Shlplburg 2Bridsewater 14
Morrtc Vokehead 7
E. Stro V jpI~ye
Clarion W! P9 8
ind. (Pa)' *-.iQ.7
Fairmonp oiM St. f3
Wilkes 49-1d 0
New Brtgs A galeBs 6
Temple 20 0


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Cen. State 80 AAder 0
Evansvlle 3i w 1
Concordia a ..lud
SOrlnnell 8 Mouou
Ind. St. 33 tnto. I19
Principle 31 Roe oly 0
McPheraon ),3 wO 6 6
Grand Rapid' 6 Olivet d
Heidelberg 53 Akron 5


0 SOUTH WEST
S.M.U.. 21 Arkeasa )4
Rice 29 Texa. A and M 19
Texas 35 T.C.3. 84 .
Tex. Tech 55 T .lsa.
6 :turry St. 44 AustIh Peay 7
STex. A and X Lamar 134
N. Tex. St. 25 i. .Aust, 21
SW. Okla.20 N MXM. A anA M 14
Z. New Meax. 27 N. Me.) 0
SW Ola. 20 N. Mex. A and M 14
Mexico U. 69 Hwmsn U.
Mexico U. 49 Motterrey .q
Ark, Tech 47 enort 2
Ole Miss 26 Houso 0
H'ardln-Slm'ns WW. Tex. St. 27
.Howard Payn .B Sul Ross 2
Aboene Chrlsan B MMIdwest. 1&
Ozarks 19 Ar. Tea0ers 1-'
SLittle Rock J 44 6W. Mss. 0
9 SW. Tex. St. 26 "Nm Houston 22


South cal. 41 W ahington 0
California 46 egon State 7
Denver 25 Utahsate 7
New Mexico 3S. olo. Aggles 7
Pan. A and M 46 St. Mary's 6
Wyo. 34 Brig. Young 138
Colo. U. 20 Utah ?
Colo. Cal: 6 Colo. St. 6
Ban Francisco 40 Sacramento 0
Redlands 20 Santa Barbara 0
Cal. Poly 47 L%. St. 0
Montana 25 Mont. St. 21
Oregon 26 Washinon St. 14
Idaho 45 North Dakota 0
San Jose 19 Stanford 14
Pomona 31 Whittiler 6 '
Puget Bound 13 Pac. Luth. 7
W. Wash. 12 cenr. Wash. 0
WUam 7 a Col. Idaho 0
Wt. 55 E., Wah. d. 0
San Diego 20 Peper. 13
Ore. Ed. 27 Ore. Tech 7
Pac. Fleet 35 Ft. BlL 7
C'p-Penton 78. B Olego NTC 0
CANADIA PRO
Hamilton 15 Toronto 7
Ottawa 14 Montreal 12



SOUTH
South. niv. (La.) 33, rileona 21
(Tex.) 19 t. (Tem ) 13
La. Tech 40, Austin (Tex.) 14
rexas Southern 6, Alcom A and
M 6

Superior (WiTes.) 13. Mm. Duluth 7
SOUT WEST
Tex. Western 41, Arlsona 21
N. Tex. 20, Arl. St. (Tempe) 13
Cent. Oka. 60, Texas Lutheran 7
S. Texas 26. Sam Houston 22
Delta (Miss) St. 53, S. St. (Arki 6
Ouacehita 19, Arkansas Aand M
Tenn.- Tech 47, Arkansas tate 0.
McMurry (Tex.) 1,d Gust. Adol-
phus 6
PFAB WEST
Marquette 19, Col. of Pacific 13 1
Linfleld. 20, Whitman 14
Chico State 40, Calif. Aggles 7
LewIA-d 0ark 23, Pac. Univ. 0
t p. *NEGRO .
FIa. aM 68 Alen U. 13
Xavier ) 20 Both. Cookman 6
Ehl.. a27 WUWs.-Salem is
Mdt. 7 Va UhnIon 13
Mo a 39 amp u st. 6

M 'ia IS s.C. State 8


Fi U 3 t. Paul PO. 19
B44104" 1IS8S. Aug. 2
Licoln -(Pa) 25 Shaw 6'
ToM oo-21 Rust 6
IS2 11 13ow ard Univ. 0
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eased up by th
Main Roid.
succeUsfl M
to campaign
many years ha
bi cladlcs 1t
t s wil n
effort to no
Juan-Franos
the big Indep
sic on Nov. .

before
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spectvely. ..-
Amtwo Preldt at
hionst dstae run ta
was M raaco
ular rtop cla hord
moved h ofhim n a lout
to sw ee A46t
most Biwots of.









time.
Only one order t able to
garner morethan one victory
yestewo rda at nor oing to
eteran t re w won



with o al the first and
Cara de Oto in the seventh.
The dividends:
FIRST RAC
1-Clpro 44 2S, 280.
,3-Merry WUppe* $5.2.
SECONII LAC
1-stoneofAcoe $5.40, 40 2.20
abo WM, Y20.
First Dotble:
(CiprdAl4toneDC 41 Scone Sp.
'elmB.lA S%. J!


FWi -RACE
1-Don Ooyo $4.80, 2.40.
2-Jachaln $23.60.
SIEXTH RACE
C--Cylone Mlone .6, 2.40.
3-Gay Spot *.

SEVENTR RACE
1-Cara de Gato $4.40, 2.20.
S-Another Fuliar $2.60.
Second Dbl: .
(RoyaI Emblem-Caz de Ga0o)
EIGHTH BAC .
1-Westow $4.0, I, LA
2--Turf Lodg e F.
Qo ipela: (Weeta -TfrtLha

NINT*RACE
1-Barriroe $10.20, 7.80, 3.80,
2--Fan $3,60, 2.0. .
3-Nobbacrook $4.30.
One-Two: (aioe-Fa7) S
TENTED BACK us
I-Main Road $31.40,10 60"D.
1-CameB $7.80, .0;
-m Fener $2A0.
Along Th Fairways

PWGA NEWS
INov. 20 at Pan=ma Oelt ab
Is in importantvd*w tr/ she' -
AIa Women's oft.O
KIt election day .. ofiem*
of 0.19 and the Ptui antOu
tournament. -z'


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nae I e -or to r
gtovera a wo rbeg scori-ltam fght. Oru' Aeore-
nR Dtopun outa veic- carda Tesis out tntby a
tory ovr VnezueWsla's 6-pound 7-81 gin. Jude ermsan
camp Sonny Leon, I, beforeq-airosgave the nodto 9es
tf 4wed crowd, a the Colon '91, h nI ,- d
L06 toOk the fstround.oby- aeree Al-Brown ha the
wide margin and had TWles 1nwinner 90-a.
bad oS&sanraiv qc sM.Rodolfo0 *x Pfncl '* nxvinced

how ever_ boed s blyo d. Pran*cls who







for WA to be n charge tol bm io

forhas atway bein CoIng d I blro ianem. wii W"t
nate o i.t. s .ep"o of th.. un.-MOt. manhger-of Wara.told the


reservations call the club-repaw Wimott also sa, at tht time
sentafivPs or IDene Robnsaon.tb be has t e ited to havs. jsa-
Panaga repetativ, honiOeet Leon on the 0ov. 28




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S r fe S "cro n .ainst r at a
., ......tthe Aght.' w wh^ ^will -Aot...lb the even 0l pt
Carters from whom he ;" t o ua .
m the Co Pe alace th'an l. o or boW s
ed. thrBoughout wthe n a
cpt fc the Bay CR p itY f a l
as DeMarco wAhopulled opk wI as ith o
i-stpon ed. wiu e w ge.- VW 049 w Teatollen
Rhpen the pug-nose d Brioklryn.rt trW i *Ao amP
bbxer fin11 vey does btepiksnto there Bth ld e
fring, e 'veryd concerned Wit ll a1 27441 lad mis s, otr in I 1 to .
B2 relieved, Cd arter at the herad i s I O e- oh ne y tats. it wars knowl e
..ofh the parade. He hbeee tha wrd still dn m -t
-' laA his heels nd wkIllet oliae los- 141"
i ngthe nl a gupethirdpltlac many today are tlled le. r. d, lp ..-
Now York last Marhb.
ii Just as happy Will b such Carl, ,rule7 %The Cleveland browns moved a Vi

have title aspirations. octs from an Andron,Id. qa whe Grita s 'owliem TeT
As for the DeMarco-Crtr t e- r A) second of each er.rt
adanAy. Those who swt& first oode led the 8 small It towar his al

dg, turned what wa teele. Jac bath p later repeated
plausible fight for him. H dane- for e Red touchdown a his rectl
eljabbed and body-whuoked his: let U th.[Thin religious rite -isbei



wa y to the heights. He do it arded ThCa or Ccam. cardinals I t, to have died out ofter t-e ife
the looked-icr billy goat tactics, r na rthe Rams at Lo Angeles t II century. i7thno, howev r o
et- oepp ede frter therougt 15pnes e pi rages ard knocking or nt e
idh is a must for PaI. unbeac e t Includint e oingle cb or gr
o h a g onhimolpi chy RED GRANYTGE A Press s trvey sows only 26 ts clubs rhad caught on as a s rt.
o en schedule, many would haNve Written for P wiA honor gro Inludes three naj. event ally with woodn ba1,
e Hf ermPaddyto do itG a in- o r teams .CAuOhio state bowi g b amei ropar i

lot of edge from the sharpness Walker wa s caught be"da n. Tlog a cities at mase
which is a must for Pad. Se-,fcifal and used him a n.t -oteynumbere ad ali





Saa doesn't figure to help him much. yrds. s thin ed al? Tony Ad pod froi theperfecta varied nywhe S
ve on.Al The p..ker-faced Cahrteas" dsab. theek emMn"l certa h iga --,atl. a'_ -
Ya..AT grW20kept himself, reasohably b. An :,nY tdommo Oho. Mdc- came tandaA a the tgame Ipread ".Jo gi
He belted Chay Riley, e t I, and the ocialrt and in central and north
__r__by(babe) Herman and Glen Planme-y wants no Pa.off. .. ApptNorth be e
Stsiogan around while waiting fonD- ,to the defense, t ac f al lCa rolina.T o
arco. like a Metre any 3 ortMe R Meantime, sn bowls d t
De dmay otshaegs.t wh ich1,wre a be raai 41 tou eo w Vo n as..It..so
thing timeA,.,eficialwas bete V a I atistic-Wml ,the Brit l
Bob O, g to keep him clear o f Carter'sa-at : Th"nglaly ralpto ig calledd it--wn
chew-him-up attack. You also nI"io.m fla td fllng e tus."1etwosports are quit -

Shve the angle cf a Catr whoLq. How hams th eGreal. Lawn bowling cas r
S-M ajlor g om ingearned to his sorrow, ht he Q. How og has Tula LPacCKfic Coast TKosely-crop ed trf, aIeh
p o by l w n erae laers Carbodd the samen o' hrBrooklyna boy oua with e t PeJackd out QI heclwnC0 s It the
Ol h liw .iaMc Coe, ahrt- and rpunchetr pl an n e. donnt-mn.'betelo r-iil.t '".
c ik Cartrr figures toemake atdiffer- dt00 h a whd "f..
on us m. e g ses he w coast e eadedmake ruly 'mok-p41atasso.
"* Xs 21 ha yhwll be a wee-receda-FIs 1e
ax 0.6I e J, the .,imartobys,.ofursemr, toil Q Ute SIO t
hKe d omsandCrb*strl byx ewThey pt an game, ayror -
.to ki-ube. haio t oo jacv beOine OArt Aragon, L81u- nr Trkish of A It has held asma am c he amm
lgt Vn#..0 kepusetting at nwt ou r t pic a kerd pofthelA. iH
hfb "ae .. wone 0a= 7 intner et t. also hald i e al an rn-n eed in o5,-o Chavez, Afnai3 .r a a rd i t l-
e 0a r aw veler tl ager o oifIeue lousei, te y whipr er, rsAtwh s o eoI e
,Cirter'semanager i aeat- prie fhte.. Cohen has been-temmorarily re- up big phydayr a solid match
Chumtehowaseeaner oipRob.V1r1 Petra.o, sthrehwith sonmbodysucked in off one
e 0 fedealzukel. ofwhih j~teof his .poor performances.
the New Tor~k =I etic Eisbon, 911uuINIn r to ad him in prison for five years Much of t.e luster has been
as one -of the hoodlums who run tKelauver for not paing enough incomeworn off the second DeMarc
Bobo Olson will dehni : 14md- A "' *h o.* I Carteensc b op
diewmgthagainstiJeyGjar- 1O'iounder to chaoplft.WIlIla me fact that iIs in San Fran--
o .sehlc01o 5O IAoNllphe. isco, however, will domuch
Olson" and hiismana have. [itate0Csl
stayedpclean.oapdrtifg e#Wts, zcingOndby two ofhis nug, fitsi
atde lhas gained*tlne, .' enged In thnaro- Joyees dressing room, w avved San Francisco now Musttbe con-
tion for the wa w h .Uon.isg-un." La gun at the beaten' fighter, and sidered the leading fight center.
ho .aa. ou ii r ;,, .val- lle-.creamed, "Youl-lru blow Your Poor promotion and rer mach-
opmonent a l.a"bh a ntm e ..uou. t"bak f ut, as have Jll b killed thebig east,- Sulttni,
so".thiWMidwestern- citals._1aeln ool'
JoANe w.. .414 to take pyndat. hweveh, .ThChien 5o complaitiweas em ahd i-oesfrofl, mAl Well,
dive last D 'aglu News. ha leahr- n1-ttbe. om oflain w'hit coes


hoh bhitat-d a .a erane-nit -- r a title. 141#1h. -
-ohdnghmcar I- tngmon a little ;W. the bes. -
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HE GRIP OF THE5 LAW Jerry Anglin is forcibly retln-al-
y an unldentifiedadeputy sheriff (right) after the pr1 oner,
g with two other inmates, tried to escape from Wayne Coum-
ill, Detroit. The prisoners attempted to climb down aheets
un&g froep a window but their weight, tore, the sheets.


Srth Carolina


sks Latitude


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!IOH, N.C., Nov. 15 (UP)
iCarolina asked the U.S.
e Court todayto grant
latest' latitude"
nlg il decree on end-







pt tho
tit mlte taere on

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hority er' t nday-
ti ath itbe takea on
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1 "ecaatue onlf the
v the motpte
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paralleled .gravity .of nullifying
the-Constitution and laws of
North Oarollb affdlcing its most
cherished, important and expan-
sive enterprise, Its pubUp schools,
and for the purpose of stating
sincerely and- emphatially that
the subsequent decrees oU this
court in these eases should allow
the greatest possible latitude to
the dlatrlqt J.ud0. in-. ca t-
tB8' sutttequent.J eaun ., In
drMnk' Wfina deert,. If. any of
t jeothves soduht by this
t de sion Ito be attain-
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s e ndancontinued
e.(ffI iewoe of schools."
The briel satd lhigh court
should not ad-t,& decree in the
pmnt segre a..sieq before
I whih wo.uf t.-A, pattern to
be followed .. in 4br cCue and
dilcts because. o"tbhediersity
between stat and... state... and
between reitons and communi-
60 Il the sasm state."
s uggested reminding the cases
tja-dlltrijgcprts w~.wth orders
gma d ipon
.',i ~tne' T ewtifbt- may be
tatnd to exist a_ that time." The
brief admitted this might lead
l -tae tgaion t said
tt would blt4 ,erable to the
St ctio, a .a ocial order
-*hlch is the poduct of many
generations."

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TUESDAy. NOVBlh"R 16
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2 6.M 207 p.m .



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ussian Aneti-Rear men,


Won't Stop Adenauer s#I s


BONN, Nov. 15 (UP) -Chan- eral in European diplomatic 1
cellor KSnrad Adonauer agreed quarters that the Soviets would e
today to push full speed ahead hold -the meeting Nov. 29 even a
With the Western European un- if the west ejecta the' invita- '
ion plan. despite a Ruaslan bid Uon, as appeared lil~ely.
to wreck German rearmament The 14-member Norfh Atlantic
with a call for an all-European Tqeaty Organisation &lled to .
security conference. A counter the Rs1an bid to go b
A conviction was reported gen- over the head of the eatern Big t


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US Still Hopes thee


Will Aco

WASHING v
- American Q
that the U.S;- l
deadlock could
viewof theU J ..v'ai .
the Far Easte
They emplae -.
United States hop
suade South Korean,
Syngman Rhea.to_.& e
ica. conditions altlM
$7q00oo,000 aid-.p
thereby avert su -a .
thay would make no t
about how soon Rhee
breitht to terms.
'The United States
haggling with the gor.
la July on the aid po
th 'dispute has Lroa
sharpy worded bar-s'
M erg n government I
and -s aides.


three. Spo etae Unit- 'coolly t~d ted at
d States, Bt France tsmptV" to Werma-
ilmost ce i artave re- ent wh stalled
ected the p aoutght, be- aroulnl S.
LussiAns- h Ore. HoweT eomntrles
assador edthingcertain toa' oept liUttle
Ssay Aprp choice. .
H Asa ah- ... ,':-
Ocall, V_ ISp" o '- Pi
Adet L pro- c L of
Dsal w*t1h f, aldes to- a "o! n
Jy. He Irwith the
e three:R is-declded p
owners tha. o the their t Rian
onn gQv public the.ra
ts fo r el . s-had
Inf ed It _m any and
d e It
Told nn s vehmet w
under te e i to es'f d'0th
)e welc' fldt! is ap-
roacnt n the W i'to. sit
own onlyawith th e Sviets.
ut hoIdflibaebh a meting now '* /"'
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lity of holdingAtS by No. 2 ch0 sO afrM I-eo
md favored it only uxt 10aie
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4aid today month .st ,Washington his
4ern aid roevi dtV of aid "terms of
Sfull re- refe would make
ram to the unsatisfactory
fto th"'tea They said
hCat the the Ut s told Rhee his
es to per- verse is table and that
Prealdfnt the j -,Will not back
apt Amer- do position.
led t the ONeAI slaid this leaves
ram and th %a0 almost where
elsw. But they we re n ey started
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might be There ha b b en one recent
cheerful notot the tug-of-war.
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fopr conditions tie United
'tq inslating )CoUZ a agree
O.ibore geffattg .e aid.
aqna that Korea mast:
Sto a "realistic hwan-
dollar exchange rate, 32) Take
sttlct measures to control infla-
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k.0te an accounting of its dol-
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mad on t; exchange rate.
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I U.8. dollar. The United States
has sought &aget at least 254
hwan for a &.Iar.



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