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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00568
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00568
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R0i duitlme Pitleoif ofthat he oud the Panaanian n sector 0 en bt were force wa ale solicitor are
manye er p lso ae srglceal instrb ap bthe Cp nger cwh "he beaatof the bo iteto brng
Si a rfe bloodatain on ravian plne by rwegian l charged with 20 as as
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Sin its attempt to was s lle off the the Panama- ed chine gus were along
,at the. t Samul he l R Periavem t, or mome w vel vhetlo to prgh to thed four .J rItbbgoS o. are
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,-Labo-a r "Ne You Should W A :i

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s po it.ical macU Vt . .
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e m cntutro l lter of 'w be Imp lent if I *'. ,, appear C .hi .es.
S' published, a the order re ved The labor his i true or not, onsw
n t a leftte Hcr ed. tor o n g tp e le nt, cnth election a maas of an w-
I l lean opieeW sicl .T he d ene o er and campaign l whe I no -....
oewsper enhmano a enthe oup ein .ear hon H.lT .-e-n' "," ,. -
;presse in lk r from sead ec y serv o ve eat ifata bame LA n iite l 'y '
" -^- o ---- reports and eaet O of tue "$ '+ p meo "

S Senator Mcaf thy has another scalp to hang at hi belt, hione it that labor put over ""c OQ. r Im di- lth
k ob iw t s a m etho e vaonsed by eIs umtltn fnenclt nar ey, o 000 trained s l.ctio D a
HI Iou I ew O the be. until the victim succumbs. Senator Joe at the polis ale, e
S beesn lifl the lcalp of Joihn Paton Davies l onh sveri A few da a t ear ? Mt.
years l w ha Ieen handed to m6 by erewtaty of ia re loa io o amsI of'.at-
o Patn o wasa career officer with a23 years thalto pt the poll# aBt has ua e o \ oa
Slaithe eatn r Departme n. He hts been cleared of charges alCho. "vetbry" am wl t t mr -
Si n by nine d erent boards but now a tenth boar, has given v -an
S tihe secreaary of State what he-,hli.nk are sufficient grounGs qr 17 oe n mbers at \at / ) .
ANOTfHnE LviT. -. o f" mthed nimben AIlt eela

has refused to make Cb8 rethe aorpol, a t.io ng that Mr. Davi5 Eat? lea e i. w one the med
S harquestre wer whn c wou ldn a ilt0bhlS r hTO ooL ,a.. e dp
It just shows how much smarter they aru e d the Stite a i o ue a. e alu o .e. o,
ps orte_ leefuh, wWI, fuo ree poenr ?d part
parment today. Davie eas h eveloped recently h prn.- wl too
fortunatee tratts, as lle d y Mr u fooledI, them zor twenty perrt ,ea.an o coa l -, Sari e
0ptyears at le ontdinah b thousrnds wre i t labo
.As a m ettr of ft he also e f one of Mr. Dulls ablest ou.cam yomu -et d g aIdflbi u y
Sa uitns, Lt. Gen. W sr Bedel ,who said: "John ~Dvheo. Many... + i" 4 _.. ..____-_...".
was extremely v lua e. a very" I ia very capable o oier the torkto h le bo . h a-
AO ould Judment. the pre by AM ta te cDpan.tfrent l eo t o 00 tra i llsinDd y n h 1 l. .. -I e
Sboa .had passed Mr. Davies' record found that, for ree ... to el a re. abor' m e
ty. clr ozd itenttM il ethe MreDvic'tm su6ciunst. S not ed hl.Jo "at. sthp oles&t*
Seal Consle nt wih the interests of national security." Notice relat
lt hI of "Clearly Why not say "Is clearly not pnl teht?" werful 900,000 member .t..e.ful.tiri t in
Shy obe ore explicit and add "and not for the best A e atonal Man. ao Mas 'i.er-.. . .n.-d m fey so8 _
? a v Rh Reargivoffnerwthu 2y m h bears yh sa w the reave Republ- out WS O R i he ld ibasPll S
.roc" hu u not all of thpredt for salvaging the "n nd cans vho aw he drgwc- ou W HI ~ (NKA) Moving aprt.O.tJte d fGtozr' "o
cott McLeod, eench senator McCrthy and r an lt hour end to s tons Ca HalD on 'eierc rn. t6 ,.
AI bnned a ierli egr au SU security On icer, a of console ean bover .A., tu of NewYrk a
i e.r of Da*ies owht 'Anly reinforces the national (Ore.). . Machinistex o n Sflen .. 1 a a, do *e
he r 6re rnbe reduced another fd) with oth er union member in i fnoi a p is Na onal rector te of a

eercanliewa thbn judgment regularly, just to keep i t a Co t used cani with sample bal- y" 1019 bortn th a r o i a .e i ? \
te, ad pra4in cred o p olayi actabblyea log eto R ll-lt Neuber9Ur, Dem rf or r ele atunnt io* .. t.
Le^* ague^ ppera 9 1iunl.m Zn ^ ." lhe.,
hoow eved.Thedleonothingtopaovehf idaings d e con" of ie ur u h ,,ne PoIen a viaur
...Cred.o r.ha e ome lat d a ar aned.ntnyhversy Inmahs oo lbel ....o" -"
*1. .1.B for Democrae nominees. They "oat13 5r5 d.b Hiai u te $Crthe nml ..... h -.
HEAD mte,000 mre polAenctl tiodng a b dmirsiv
yearouat oeast. rLthreall st m.e .s. fha preTnt a o

As mttr f h asaI on d er di Dl Chiedb and mdtoonhour wnre .NT7 I
a ied m buted milio leaflet., buttons, a a. .. of Nes Y ak D nibr
."-tc r. l a Mrna New, """"' "
ta bebehealecthd hie Aherleon teweetmea
Mae;*-t I .any t o
.IetrmTere s vrmnnta Cm' tIorU n et omladuneamv eie lobooabidy, ..oW 4 -
v.'n a -o ioee ."s ito str p..hctee 's tMlOQ lay, el.h e n m so hepllus.. e" ,,
ofs lJgent.h at rpresseStatI lartmntit ln i aL bbe oofdeal obbrsy*b p a t n Wa
t *r .aft e d decsiona ade r cdqfumdt hatetf or do a tro. thdat r o t a d m DtA. -t b e a nrds se qaT oo
AftllAhAftprlAiven abyltr.uDulleViceMPresndent
ly'concsisen itnhte ofnea r as. r o Senator Me- ,,fo,,.,,O . asue.eAnit are vi" NusLtc
Wo s, or tis ha true or no it serves molh to perplex "the I abloaa. a r m eint CdthY' et chief wauil, Is ha n ew .I rd th" ", P P,,, m au, regar inst atbothois vital_ _d.
i _-. Wo t be moe .r eoaad "n nofme nord hebstArd by ea bor of the s ,e easet a ,,,ol -, - e t. .hhey -a
Woqrkonomwh n1 l od c ,de rsf; U tham i mer O an n o.-.. eo. nhn,. r t.l ily.A ,er a i .

tnhte a eerl ef s, armambs ato m btanr onae.491 B e ve-sthattThe"U.r.Shitet be alnq ,rom te a n 5er abbi Sput. o m li a' r Rio of
aaPut not -f" rd fo Salv e oY iacl waaggwanting tobe rheifirst"mcab-ros
misc .i ~ A r.and inhuma..e Pet ,uaid: n o "wt ot,, , -' -(E) M , P ., io.e. smn net-...e odr leemmed Ao
M .....condmucned iensive r etratlon l r Ocb tha th of PaSarkaoa1th r dhome wi d..ay' otss h 11
1n eorhT ItheatTr wo svt n'osImmenaan hDay ,,
o t ee po.liarea s actcss arly au obn e mo. fo out a 8 r ealt a w.tThl n saer ich. t a n',..
o ecrityO colorarealhercm nero pbon Ve to por e r$ ors seeashe os l
to"s'h t.o t .~ eoh t.?) this t chng- rampelvgist la t o rbniasise cmn .Idar ha lrg tog h s a...b". ' "Ld VP e4d
.e'eBMW ., a n'-I sloy awa teeu o nfm e. M er lcal nuarea ..s .sEa CtI, N oe e
amefai21-onlp lrr to raisef Drcesit ob acki 14 antib ooti iohasoledpA
s Ris tr ao nd s o f thous Hat, 'mILa "eal aa
enlraisntmeusraure. jdOtnemr agnuad fore. 'rIot er A veep itn rInng ofta as
pottrl a~tIo ,,e -oli oted. -- U mtwlo i haatrly-abet "t.
ia ount d tl r .) of tho usre- bttth
(of d o cl as.;l o. m"ng t to wave tSe D nd f.. Dr s n 'e.
prtnthlgdo M qu gi htlng AXed T al. G iUTOrp..,. who is h lpg several arn I w an, but they adpt lt a oimm-
paVT Issuet s and ca ndidates. .h tn-1r.J Ak e ntg e ienvolvming an, p h r euGseagt
aio and TV) time and ahds wee .e ..n eheen sI Wet aft.ng on he lAd&A pe a.1hro ,.te1 dne
haved. Contrlbutnm were t t Sde to hiseI for doting a Latin .qy mufflcity' owe l a a f the .U tene .a2e twey from
local andstatwide campa TO"heyluiws-tn date anyb od#, ". A.ch.. VanhDisv rld a etsIA.tirhy
undiratedsanto f ubd aon. The Al Inm-Gene Trnez t.! IPuIll LTqe,... 1e fo t) f a frie.d, they, oss collet eva u
.Dm ri c na aom ss ies, na ; .p epe's S .Late JIDE R!e s), a figur MIed L d th e n --t ...e- ......
h .an,000y t elasoaeroes rit zeA lona. iloa ,' rabinson, foVt_ n... Aetrss X .Az W Wt n. This Is a sy deou't l- .,-

.di rer.. .~rs an9d mebeting, g an. :r-tye, M f or .

iterlatore. O others mounted d (barrist Prer snt.ra prqt utwrean :give. t "Its
i, loeCha rAd eor 0,enoA betS'
abee heldmto acquaint members withee1._s M reWindsor 0lapIeconfides, the s "_.*
of)th ese weWealatn erin. i io o 6_M Rnm da.. Xaekile ad ml iu
rl....a .sa _a,.was(o te L Ofit show. eilde uoond o .

a C aI m n cailadie an of

-$*eaft we seats' and is guided by air ruider at giewa. "L~eadn uniaon efficials at var- ?e Milo Jock Whi tne'I a' M
AWI I s hem e nons as a lesson, onh Ives, the ao..r.....
stew ts ar d cn s r.a -producerpretalenta
44 A1 OAn 1 t r5'.ed loo s Xheu ionw Jananse aso, who matinee-date h lease-e' t
Owl,_ UK fun._ as, a n -.. Nue. hd-ma ki o .0 !imoSbold to WM the word.., e a htrpleJmsoson.Ofis l ,mdg. TooMW on
AF yomed byip' 75 I !Many members; devbk~d we0e k,.the. yto the election msba~odds drop J tnlel bldat_ oo ght,'
turor Cale OWens. .pod, to even money in W aI f Wd V :sthaht,,.
.'.... ,. :- .." ponleemls sevedon dv elee r I, din $14,OWonIves, the-l. 144,
,- .. .... I~ms ,-d erM campaign ozrp.,.I ,+e .
:'J i I I J, I" I II Ii lera.".(fie unio's .eraioad, aaog~e actress Marie Nf ,t a d 'm
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The incident aparently rn
averted the mayor thero hisded $120-
slon to resag tF ortera sirai:
TIfhe=i re they als

whlearnt d the f on f6r Har-
o r ct'e W 'm-teo flight "to
,tat e Cve n. t n the midst
of tae nreol A lot is p-
1licemen odbaes of &coqnspirng
t he bookmaker's syn-
I7ockridge and Ptll said they
leameA, from underwqrld soure-
es that after Orims, a key wit-
ness afk th. i-, h = ddmaneu-
vered his police !bdyguard, he
drove to Newark, Nwlq.fo A ren-,
dezvous with Meyer Lansky and
Wllise Morettl, two top mobsters
in the national crime syndicate.
Gross was then promised $120,-
(00 if hebe- w.od refuse to talk
when the te came for him to
al, -the reortem said, a2d he
collected 0,O00 of. that. sum
that, igh. A halt hour later he
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W.jTw wCYs NYa vim a a;ma
p wasdrowhped by lttd ch4vof,
boos were drowned by th er atm o'

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when she wm d In
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Wealthy But Lonesome Sheik

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--The Untted Mine Workers HIe Is handsome, goateed, and
.. Journja, offial .union publfac- "a bachelor Tn spite of myself.'
tlop predicts that,the new Dem- All he ,wants, he said in an In
9IA tteonlecntro n ngrsa won't ewla ,to find a girl.he can
Sne the Tr t- ly law or ca is own-preferably blode
benefit. to Aaon Of Ianot n"e0a5rily beauttful
* A c, b. She can .e of a atil t
pSS i I Thez iout*R ak usm re- or relion. f an e, makfu
P 4 flects the views o MW Chief and cosmec. Shp can have a
I hM ahn L. eowis, also said labor air-conditioned villa, and ahe
I "Will have to fight to h the won't have any rivals.
a--- line, agaiat anU-labor !eelm.a- "I'm opposed to polygamy,'
In---- tress aW atateeg- the sheik eald.
ider where Mot latures fvv e. t two p*K.
I!wo bids- Tsc he iw e wp an The sheik is chief of e roa
you'be ito1.al, .more psti- household of the tif
Bi4swer aof# mt t'isItethaUeien -WM the wait, a tiny, oil-rith lin dep t
stswer as that b t) T wo fedr- Arab state on g6 1 eiqii QoH
!ORA Lha cuttaids When he wal lut t
a re "Siat filelectlst-oubP- 4i a possible f
a aS ma. Wi t Rl g lib'- Narrdman,'divorded
oral" trend in h l mer King rarowlrih "
..'..SPS MnmwhIfle; the 'W s politti himm in trouble '
,r had travelled cal action department, called The Emir was displeased
tie to get to Labor's Non-Partisan League, is- was the sheik, because he has
id he t that he sed an analysisr" of the recent other ideas.
that way jut to elections which showed that r31
ARMSa.' lof St House candidates and 11 of "I proposed. to a pretty Lebaan
C rSenate felndidUdte endorsed ese girl from a good. faft
I by the la4ue W ctdW. said, -'but alre didn't w
SpiMersa over- The Journar ellal sad la- in- Kuwait. 180 'm st
,, bor made a 'lains ts eles- around.
tihe king d a- ,Blonsbut "t'l bt not t e- :
all wd to hlt I too much wisful think- "Soe gRiA have the
l.uasin o n W the new Con resp. idet about Kuwatt, It's a
m taken '. point to the sae satt ul country with r-
:ra* foineseico on of cdnservative south. h ouase ms, =M a, aft- d
spdls to ast's Sn &Ao a Republicas a' the "n for,
q ruxnuw-l _dm "M apitol Hill",
a diond, and e l id "I ha -den alr.-col -
oCowuing wih "Them may be some consola- toned villa en the short of he
rd led the en inthLp faO t hat te re Pro. 5a~ e du. -
it ride or a h:dsi, ..rTa. law won't be "'d ,Wie to bbo0*d
is ld, he 4ld hi n one ay or the' other '
uM/i ,amsbut i's a labor, canb o m opJe-

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In Navy Plane CraN

On PamIco Souid
NORPOLK, Va., Nov. 16 (UP)
-Four survivors of a Navy pa-
trol plane that crashed oft the
North Carolina coast were pluck.
ed from' the water today but a
ftfth man perished and two
*bs of a aparch crew were
A. ct guard seaplane landed
the water and rescued four of
e navy plane's crew who had
manage to get aboard their life
raft. They were spotted In the
told gray morning mist, floating
on Paftlico sound northwest of
barren Ocracoke island.
The survivota reported that
the the"t fif th crewman went
down with the plane."
They were flown to ElUltbeth
City and later two were riqhed
to the naval hospital at, Ports-
mouth. Va. fot treatment of in-
Juries. One suffered a broker
leg and another a head injury.
The other two men were re-
ported uninjured.
The body of the fifth erew-
man was not recovered. The
coast guard said it understood
the plane sank after a forced
The PV-2, a twin-engined sea-
plane, was on a flight from Mi-
ami to the Anacostia, Md., naval
air station. when it radioed that
it would attempt a. forced land-
ing at sea 30. mlls off n Lookout, N.C. the spot where the
survivors were 'found Is some.
what N o r t h of Cape Lookout.
The pflae had reported mechan-
i t touble. . ...
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WB, B one ti' Kuwaiti

."In Kuwait," he said, "she
Should observe Kuwpit customs
such as wearing a veil. When in
Rome, do as the Romans do." "
afa?- IS. s a s e ho man
a "p mup.ar game of tennis.
IHe S a Wb-c lovm and esp -
S.al zadift irankie Lailne. He
doesn't dknce.
-."I'm a. familY man," he said
wistfully. "I wold lke to -have
two or tlfh, anu dren,

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M d 16 search for thB P-*
while on a routine training
flght. The fighter carrying a
two-man crew. was listed as
The Navy .sent two destroyers,
two submarines and other sur-
face craft Into the area.A num-
ber of planes and helicopters
ropm Cherry Point also Joined
ur coast guard patrol planes
from Elizabeth City In the large
scale search.


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"If we remain separated, If
we refuse to eommunIate with
others, we will, in, the long run,
simply fall into abuse, Instead of
acting within the spirit of the
Pointing to recent solutions of
the Trieste, Suez Canal and In-
do China issues Dr. Radhakrish-
nan said the international situa-
tion had improved somewhat.
He singled France and its
Prime Minister Pierre Mendsl-
France for praise, saying they
had acted with extraordinary
courage and vision in Interna-
tioneal questions."
Prior to the formal opening of
the conference, a choir of 3,000
voices, lined up in the broad
stairs leading to the legislative
palace, sang Paul Hindemith's
Hymn of Hope, with words by
Paul ClaudeL
The flags of the 72 nations
members of Athe UNESCO were
then hoisted and the delegations
moved into the palace to start
the meeting.
Uruguayan president Andres
Martinez THrueba, in a welcom-
ing address, said the UNESCO'9
delbaerttlons would. "develop In
an atmoaphek of Treedom, in a
con -4y where free circulation of
all ideologies is permitted."

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IPa 'aplt1or a 5ame based
f'Tl oth te with real
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p,$.ra mnt a t 'ue Gmhmnament
Vwards "Qua ile." So do
I costumes and scenery can't quite decide which of his
. by Cecil Bo ton. The pro.- many talent to eonentrato on.
o r the fine t actors "Ind hi Is a re o sroa year fore
".IA 'y mono,1n u. b1 u t when me," he says." 1a confused a-
aall dnet w a atlufully boatt what to do. 'm 35 and I
Lprpd' welldaaeas mashed ilure I hbold make upmy
tao. It'. still a mashed potato. mi d."
'aran S ..--To keep his assets liquid until
a.rhapr mullla f uhhlatllwa i that Ieat day when he makes up
I he rat M iadway Part. ea his mind, Graham woe t al n any
n o sad ah it whena Ihald a lon-term contraots
,e ptoder hired he oi f've had lon g-term offers from "
I handed like Wh.el aiz. Hollywood and from television, e
Me Wanted to pre,,e s,. "but I don't, want to tie m .
1 ed, as jl wal sond sel down. I want to be freeto sofar, this project of his seems
V ajelaarted Wik her other Mh. this ink eventually possible. Walt and see.
o -altt l weloa w hM hel mt though I'm not sure what ir 'l of Sheldon Reynolds, who produces
"m h wrltis and them different thing "Forein Intrigue" and "Sherlock
S- tims,F herkiIc a thin aF background for writ- Holme in Europe, ris ax
**& S.'L .!)o ^ "."tt'l inef fu,-leng1 tuUhtentt film. He's ai&.kdyth
.'1 WM uth talent. Tht'sotHe i dream fi to be able to do enough of his half-hour films to
m ..........nas. Rea ra. a" n thi the same time. make feature movies, but th
aior tiw t-" l Bas ciran, iAto have the s6rt of will be his first real one and he's
atk r cltom er emmoaree Nool C*w aulA Ia t D ie Pt excited about it,
S Inr..... ICe d't elRes r siea "We're gonl to give ourselves
TV T % hwe L b rites anSiteand Ir a twy .of me," he says, "The
.an e a t aSe t I a luxury to hoot something over
as tar s b.rot -eh hae a he that. an A-m No television Rfilm can
aew he won. tat.e his l is to caed A. You can't rhoot.
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-.P-sident Eisenhower today
Mittlfundorsed a new national
organisation set up to improve
a g condition and s0 ate
Speaking briefly before a
luncheon meeting of the -group.
the America Couneil, ta I-
prove Our Neighborhoods, Inc.,
the President said: "This group
dieemz to reprewnt almost-a phil-
osophy Of government by whieh
I tty to Ilve."
Expressing his radttude at tlfe
formation of the. new group
whiqh includes represenstainttiv
of civic organization. manatae-

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S.eup .ursedd ..unblaaebed al-
mondsft to 9 ripe olives.

Cook South African rock lobster
taU a ccordingto directions.
Drain. Remove meat and chill.
Dice meat, add vinegar and mix
well. Add celery and maiqpDnase
and mix. Add more mayeasale,
if desired. Serve oebed o lettucs
and ripe olives. Yfld: 6 srvtings
Directions for Boiling: Place
South African rock lobster taBe,
either thawed or frozen, ipto large
kettle betllng palted water (1 tek-
spoon alt for, eah quart water
When water reboils, lower heat so
water bolls gently, and begin
counting time. Keep covered. .
Boil tails 1 minute longer thap
their individual weight in ounces.
For example, boil an 8 oz. tal
9 minutes. Add'S minutes to aM
boiling times when tails and
cooked frozen. To remove meat
easily from shell. drain off haot
water, drench with cold water.
Using scislrs, cut lengthwise
through center of memrbane cv.-
ering flesh, insert fingers under
m-a at open end and pull meat
out. .

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Quvrida M. Berger, nurses.

Requiem Mass
A requem mass wil be held
for thelate Mrs. Julien Laoombe,
who die -drecently, at the St.
Vincent de Paul's Chi tmor-
row morning sa 5:45 .

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ANAMA AUTOS. SA., Ja. ed.*
ie,* E&W emAes Ave. Ne. 45.
FOR SALE:--1947 International t-
ton Pick-up truck, new tires, bat-
tery, Phone Balboa 2-2736.
FOR SALe:---'50 Cadillac sedan, Hy-
jdromatlc.:- Will sell reasonably or
trode. CaAihf oj 62-1716. '
FOR SALE--1.-951 Morris Minor, low
mileage, excellent condition. House
0 766-A..'Wllimnson 'Plo.,, Phone
i 2-4312; office 2-$261.'Dc o. i j
FOR SAL --. N.l" arO'" s.
poaid.- 's .tew
$675.38 1.
' oodr ,unnlr*c4ai SJeb,
. 2tact. E. Su ",' hopes 2 .' .

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WANTED:-rA two-bedroom furnish-
ed apartment, In good neighbor-
hood. for Americans. Call "El Pan-
WANTe ba by. Wa ,it..
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SWAP:-20-in. boy's bkyq. f'for 2&
In. girl's bicycle. Phone -2-;1527
ofter 3:30 p.m
FO SALE: Conariesg Z1250 o e ;
Parkeetst (Budgies) $8 each. Any
SHOP, 49 Via Espao. Phone 3-
FOR SALEP:- 2 bo*s' f4r-tri M*c
nAow suits, sizes 4 and 6120 2 s
short heavy fur-trimmed wAhtir
coats, 8 and 10. Both ets winh
matching hats. Almost new. Phone
Balboa 4244.
for offices or other business. 1 Jus
to Arosemeno Ave. F. ICAZA CO.
FOR SALE: Black female Pekinese
puppy. Phone 2-3438 or-3-0766,
FOR SALEL-OneQ master nationn and
two sub-stations with' wiring for of-
fice intercOhimunication, Phone 3-
4989. .

Positio-n Offered
WANTED--Curundu Swimming Pool
Association offers 300 positions -for
vFolunteer workers starting 14 Jpn-
uary, '55.

RP Investor Puts
(ContialStfrom lge 1)
payment for a loan of $5000
made hfim'lti 1953.
. Iekson has repeatedly .b-
s. tes Miss Epstein of any blaete
Lb the matt o He .-claims fl
tepll him onlya wlth his rerflt-
Or, who were press"ig him .P*k
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tm Ifgaid ho,,red inrma-
ithe t are, thugI 't sosi
for j^aa sh s 20 1
led 1b 95 s*k I t la Iss Ep-
St ai on Ag O m in-o ks "i
n i mpotta* ,tr" 13 te gold
br1.tae i tri deall ni ~ whi b. lhe,. would
from 73 to brinlj nto the ,Unite States by
meaIns of a licene4ihieh she
Ola ie, mmercl had for thi AJgnnL ad, that
1 u.t1 lj Ite the gtolms toas lU t to New
(47 .04. tBnt .sl,- York after e.ibwl een
I was ca.l or s 88 small paid inl thePI Con-
in transit dur.. October. eais office theW .
eu-I'.f fi b T
houh tolls leted last h
t X. .,*, W ith h e, L .'; yer
Claims, 17the y ub several
lrth f i AflUe' fore local mnerchants, Consider
cre mystS t v a victimi." further
a verVAMtve stated" that IjLt "Actions
St o Cto$t ,t which he sdo Ltion toh
om Athis this sold b ea"rigo
Sby my .emplQyr, C nnert.
V *i Qereia1 "ThiT mani .ol 09clded

10W 1953. abpale ta d

. of 15 .deuTheenumbert to'layr.. opes tiat received
&Wa tsbpu _duringt1at1 00,h a 0 frofMiendert and
sou-ths ofn_ cal endar yeaz' he h
Ster months of th'1- LlleM 349 nhi. pF her. "
so 195. th4 r0 er ot Wainberg, -.other In-
of don i g the f th a atftit Sni"?h aao

g t st ser. tiat wths iagont
d r thishlo Lerrtment, 4 mW him to
So.a. ,l 0rg g0vehim 5000
a s W klf ,W.&rhe though himlike
t10 moth s 1953a. abot)go since they ar ed the
B of. Eight day1 later he
WAS reuned his investment and
0 SK aid he needed more money to
ew i ~Wo ^ k veat i rice., coffee 'and augar.
Pt wAM then that hoe.andhila
PamterLeonSpeevak together
magli ofeot Theodore Rooie- '~'t P3.99,-'-
l~i r _lr personality f ilk
"p4fel M I eroa evit The I I tatiaon. was conti-
yL of 8aawSr Hill," ow ith the quebutionin to-
Sbo placed in circuit day f tVtrai other bualness.
wby' e. al Zone Libr men. '
week. " '
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FOR RENT:- Four-bedroomh mansion
completely. furnished, II11 cnveni-
Stmcis in excIusl n4 _dfl rIl sec-
tion: Suitable for'ipiot r r buti-
ness. executive 'of drs~i~t lnotf
tastes. For odditioralt-1irontion
see Mr. Fobrego pir IojlYatNo.
18 East 29th Street, neor"Mercado
.Vasco," between 10 and 12 noon,
and 3 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT:-Furnished or dnfurnish-
ed two-bedroom-cholet, suitable for
two couples: Twq.kitchensr bath-
'room, refrigerator,, go. 4i4.0 .Or*
looking SAS Commsotry, V D Beli-
sario Porras, Son fronc0co. ftAoqsp-
aobe rent. Phone 3- 4. 4.

FOR RENT: Teo pe ible party
only: J/4-bed sM a ll .,a4m-
residential district. aul" J e or
diplomat, or busnla" eacuitsivo f
discrimbnetinlg tas FImerwlyeu-
lied by foreign eMheWla, m. slirie
Invited. Please phe p *-2856 from
4 to 7 p.m. or .3-4Q1 fmn 8 to
9 p.m.
FOR RENT: Diplomnat's furnished
Chalet, best section Pernma, swim-
ming pool. 3 bedro' s, 2 bath-
rooms, for low rent. Perfect cook, if
desired. Condition: Must buy com-
plete furniture. Phdn 3-47 9.
FOR RENT:"-New. cdmfortabie,mod-
ern residence: bedrooms, mold's
room, garage, hot. water. 10th St..
Paitilla, at 40 mptoer6 from 50th
Street tp Via Arpperto. $1'10
I monthly.,. Cll 2. (S44-, ro So. m,
to 5 iLm.. Mr.-.tiM.


ATTIETIN 6. I. Just built modem
furrshed aportnerts. one, two
bedroom. hot, cold Water. -*Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apartment,
13fh.Street No. 16. San Francisco:
Living room, dinl* room, kitchen.
FOR REN;- Three-bedroom opart-
menl,45,th. SWred No. 38. Phone
3-0 ____
FOR IRT'lT-Speaial.aCompletely f r-
nIslM 4srtment' $60. North A-
meriPhone 2-0471.
FOR RAllfsfid bor unfurnish-
~ed Qo* tas i water, garcye.
El C njpnr,n El Panamo.
Modu r 1l 3-5692. Ap-
ply. ba

Ag"cKuj0 Dept.

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Red Crops.
WASHINGof-M l 1B (U1P)
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ers cut back acage of 18 n~ma
spring vegetable ser a by 7
cent this year to keep aup
in line tS dgagMndA.
The 19W sping rvegeta-le
guides alW. called for a 13
cent rdU -inoIn Icreage
spring qaihelo and la
spring It recom-
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in acetng and anm-
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that's o.ly weapon w I'm
I.inr ttha TV ahnw. There's de-

Hen", DteirJeNdi%'llytratoSr
1bomb- Poland with a contains enough drama. I think I
jother and a R u ssIam can get enough of it into a half
mI6h She beekte a U. S.-'cit. hour to convince Hollywood there
zen inNew York and grsdupt.d s. I.'
from the University of-Mam .1tiIn-
FWW 4,. For the st t ywo years Arthur Kennedy-heads for Eu
she' -.n pt_- Frenb ro irewa ropeoon tq star In the film bi-
,Us W moveu filmed in ography of the father of mooerni
Smout1 .Aueiea". crime detection, .Alphonse Ber-
And hw she's playing Bur- tillon. __-
mese'eut Iflirtinfg wi Bob
Ryan bhd Barbara Btanwyck's William Powell, Jr. Picked TV
batk lu-RKO's ,Escape to Bar-. instead .of movies. fo his future.
He's now a script reader at NBC-
A iood seots saw U isa in TV.

USBakig Leader Hails Holland
o a T Ro T Ri ..

As Delegate To Ro C0nference

.NBW-.YQORKN, Nov. 16-.--'The
eabnom ofins meeting '.at
Rio409 considj=ably, enhanced
tly8I m we" as that
or em t be ot artl-
cuBi1Adfriendly." BW A.
vice, president of the
dmanBank ut Boston
and anaer oQf the ba a k"s
branch in uenos Aies said to

DrtoloU made his prediction, at
lunheon sepslon of the 41st
Ltil Fore'g Trade Conven-
S 4.m. .i- a banker with 30

dependence must rest chiefly on
the durability of all our aie-
quately buttressed economic
"Smfultane6usly, we should re-
cognize the unquestioned right
of other nations to their own
ecQ.no.c and social philosophies.
av~6i at all cost any implica-
tions rf imposing our wishes and
rest pes for the privilege of
our ides on the demonstration
of their successful appllEatfaon in
our own and other countries,.
"We should bq fully sympathe-
tic and --what s more --ntire.
ly cooperative with the legiti-
mit9-aspirations of other peo-
a. for a better life."
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TRAINI EAPS TRACKS Aerial view shows the wreckage of the
Boston and 1Maine RaIlrqpa's Red WinK Express whioh. Jumped
the tracks at Nashoa, N. H. One woman was killed and 18 other
peraonG were injured.

Negro Parents Urge -Forthright

Action To End Segregation

-A group of Negro parents urg-
ed the Supreme Court today to
end public school segregation by
next September to pre vent
Southern state* from "tapering
The brief was filed by Negro
plaintiffs from four states who
won the initial ruling against
segreAltion .last spring. The
court now is reviewing argu-
mnents on-how and whep-to.im-
peveral Sduthn and border

racial barriers to avoid "violent
opposition." The Negro group
challenged the wisdom of such
a poucy.
"There is an impressive body
of evidence which supports the
position that gradiualtsm, f a r
from facilitating the process,
may actually make it more dif-
ficult," their brief said.
"Our sbtmiwin is that this
segrpgatio, plik* mny wrongs,
can be easiest and beat undorne,
riot bF taGJP g bff' but by
fortharlfht.t 13.,'.!
They usked the dourt to direct
the state to achiever total kite-
gua no t Kegro and white
sch" .tby next September, or
by eptemUber 1956. at the "out-

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No k Magic

For KeI World

Free, Tr.nma Says
LEXINGTON, Mo., Nov. 16 -
(UPi-Former President Harry
S. Truman told a crowd of more
than 2,000 persons yesterday that
there is "no magic or quick solu-
tion" to maintaining a free
"If we are to succeed in main-
taining a free world, we must
have steady nerves a nd stout
hearts. There Is no other way,"
Mr. Truman said. He spoke at
Founder's Day activities at
Wentworth zhilitary Academy.
. Mr. Truman also put in a plug
for universal military training.
"We have the powerful moral
forces," he said. "We have liber-
ty and Justice as our code. We
must have the military strength
to back them up."'

He said that George Wash-
Su I ington and president after pres-
a D dent since have asked Congress
S N W .e U Produ s for a military training program
for the safety of this nation.
"We have made progress," he
By V. G. VARTAN said, "but we still have no inte-
grated universal training pro-
1IEW YORK -(UP'- A new gram.
gadget for motorists can solve the
old problem of running, out 4 gas. "Even in the early 1800's there
The "Gas-0O-Larm" automatic- were men who said a strong na-
ally sounds a buzzer when the gas- tional defense cost too much and
line tank has only two or three i that we should find some magic
gallons left. A switch allows the formula for achieving security
driver to shut off the unit and re- without having to pay for it."
set it. "That point of view is being
echoed today. It is impossible t.
The compact device fits on the have world peace unless we arm
underside, of the dashboard. It is able and wUling to stand up aol
connected both to the gasoline our rights and the Wight of the i
gauge and the ignition switch. free world." -, \
As a safeguard against false By proper and; adequate de'.-
alarms, the buzzer will not sound fense measures, Mr. Trum an
if the car merely makes a sharp said, free-countries can make 't
turn and slosles around the gaso-. clear that aggression will .bA
line in the tant. (Talco Engineer- boomed to failure.
ing!Co., Hamden, Conn.) Before t~e Jormer,,president
S. spoke. a telegram from Pres1I ;h
Elastie.has gone up-to the ceil. I Eisenhower was rea, i4 the,A*-
povide-a n e w eff.-t in'.dtencea .
.,I.: J
r aeit ;ahewT,.i
eQ eninm whiqb so a05s$ .
are suspended eit have received 4ip _l a
e or from lighting fixtures. training that later. t tu
This permits the light to shine distinction and hono ;
through the plastic into the room.
The solid ceiling of diffused light
may be i ntalletoiveany level W l er WincheIl
of iII=umnat desii. W I Win ell '
Calle d "Luma-Celling" the (Continued fr0'P, e E)
translucent plastic produces ight- ..C ...
Ing without shadows and sharpI The baby boy for ht ocialite
contrasts. Cleaning the plastic The baby boy for.; t a.ia.te
sheets is simple; a mild detergent tal-and the sec'Otd 'mage fcr
solution does the job. the T. Montaibne ( This type of ceiling light system and Pris ccrk-poppfng set) .at
may be used for offices, hospitals Hlarkness. . Mrs.' W. Pegler,!
and libraries, as well as research who must remain -t the Lake)y
laboratories. (Pittsburgh Reflector Clinic (Boston) another few days.
C?., Pittsburgh, Pa.) . Actress Barbara Ruick anm
.Bob Horton cancelling divorce
Here's something for the ama- plans. . The 60 Sutton Pl-eb
teur photographer "Kodpk Tri- South tenants who held meetings
X" film, which is designed to act and voted against the building
twice as fast as "Super-XX"-film. gcing co-op. . Ginny Simms ar n
Thanks to the extra speed of the her ex-(Hyatt Von Dehn) who
pew film, shutter fans who use may Try It Again.
Dox-type cameras can shoot their
pictures both earlier and latbr in Rosemary Clooney Ferrer's ill-
the 1y0. ness from her delicate condition.
Camera enthusiasts also can Medics warning her to sl ow
snap action photos on dull, cloudy down. . Time mag goofing with
days with the faster film. It is its jazz glossary. Said "Funky"
a'avilpble both in 120 and 620-size mIeans authentic swing. Real hi
roa (Eastman Kodak Co., Roch- ers say it means old-time rilk.
ester, N.Y.) kety jazz . The British with-
Sdrawing L. Armstron version
A 5 < of "The Whiffenpoof Bong." Ma-
n A I ny protests over the bep. lyrics
-Amn rTWW W sis t', B. Kipling's ditty. . B-l ln.-
ami. I. ( t ley's new sponsor at Bon SOir.
DI i 3s) OnhlnUe The gab that Bob Hope would
9t a million for his 0G invest-
InS *ient if the Cleveland. team is
S ap Pr i ded. :. Beth Miller, the Latin
hi VQa r loe vely, whose dates top
all te others in that show. .
C ORDOA, Argentina. Nov. 16 Conlhie Francis, a teen-age tor-
-Pte nations, dismissals and chanter (of "Star Time" on tee-
arrests were reported over the vy), signed by a recording firm.
weekend throughout Cordoba She's only 16.
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Pr o ve, tale nover Saturday by
the National Government after
President Juan D. Peron labeled
it a focus of Catholic-led oppo-
sition to his regime.
Ielipe 8. Perez, the Supreme
Court Justice who took charge
of the province for the govern-
ment, was ordered to reorganize
the provincial courts and the
a&tiOe university.
, l"do BUstos, the recto rot
the verslty, and provincial
P e'-Valef Angel Scaglia were
! Wthe first to resign. Oth-
Ea -. quit included Attorney
General _irginio Alainet. hy-
d'aolics director Tomas Pastori-
Snd Augustin Garzon Agul-
lt, dretor of the teachers' col-
iDr; auso J. ferreyra Reyna-
fe, ' relative of the bishop of
eof three l'ates
a .no in

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Pat Dale, one of the oomphiest
cf theogais in "Kismet," quitting
to wing to Hollywoce--and mar-
riage?. . The famed producer
now nicknamed "Lord Pinehbot-
tom" by the chorines. .Steve
Barclay, iteme4; as courting Bet-
ty Metealf, reportedly elop ing
with actress Lyla Rocco in Rome.
.. Defeated candidate, for Gov-
ernor of Conn. J,. Iode getting
offers to return to the Broadway
stage. Last seen in "Watch On
Thia hine". . Cleatus Caldwell,
-wie of ean Mrny, steady-
=daing with Cathy D*W5' es-
tragesd groom, J. Kirkwoeod Jr.
S.- The only moral some aUN
can 4ad in FDR, Jr's defeat and
b mr .James' Wp- That
trouble tn Women.

Streat-Car, Truck
Collismio Fatal

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MASS FOR GAS VWICTIMB Cakets of eigt gaff;o I
times make I ai taSW in oat St Be
Church in le iet Yori CuLy. Oi c tain
, Mr. and-Mra. Bdiblrges G. atd
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WELL-HEELED-Geore Day, a Cincionati, .OhoW
manufacturer, sits dily atop some 250,00SO hnt. -lo
Ste"scdnd stort ihI Ms plant It was pWart f ti
the dty wHen.-1.amd to pay 01t9 .in il The .t
-e "tou.tnlg" chaW aning the property q woh
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B .AS TY,,'Nov. 16 (UP)
,Kansas City A's have'
'JArke Carroll to a key
fftce job "
dw.' owner 6of the-A's -
. aofn-appo ited Car-
o6 president and' busi-
manager al w be
to build up and operate
m-'i'ystem *nd confer with
ld manager on trades.
wbulld make the personfle
ir ina -effect a general
on.say sa I1ld4 manager
v named" Wednesday or
ly. Lou dmreau -who
wd "the BOItn Red Box
oen-s 'th
Sema in Phil-
, 4 USM M bhmr to

Association, He entered 'baseball
In 1940. Before that. Carroll was
a newiman'and once was sports
editor- of the. old Kamnam City
While Johnson made his an-
nouncements, work began to In-
'reae the capacity 91 he Kan-
s City. ball park rm 17.500 to



wofet pr ge. Bliut
s his petIpalty, and In
As common decency, it
red A's, ConAnie a no
a wactharac. Yet
betrayed .htoW thinking
bat he aly WU .
e/unwittiU wo of his
D, in a slcere desire to
.ed an ipgs that made
a ea pl greeter
about Connie that Would
Muggy, or, to bring It

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NprOy whenhee got his ire up,
-nt e k..yth (or libel) with which
Ly Tr I cusaging for the hired
BI eoVpY~tnially say of a ballplayer
fell .f e. The romeence may have
(0 did- "all of that), but I am not
id me of sn occasion when the temper-
t be yag nked from the box, came
-.the mut, as always.,
thee ., and

Ag king 4.f_1 contenders-
W _l'mglht be the
=MDla W 1O31. and
Iadt e qualities which
Pitcher, and when Potter
t probably could not have
ht In front of the dug.

quote, naughty

mily bellied up
on a more pre.
you'll probably
g confront Art
of rala
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Gets Coinssl OK
The Colon Boxing Conmlom..
yesterday cleared the' Obaldia
brothn of poducing a "phony"
_ro -A dor o abeched '_.-
Mrcune-Isdo Martiies fight
at the CGlon Arpna ov. 28.
An investigation condqteWd by
Sthm mission proved that
MZr -lwdd sig nan ",utam-
pere.. contract with Obaldia.
Marnez' manager, Willie
Wlamott, lai. week rnumy d4 di
that ht boy had signed to fht
Marcune Nov. 28 .le (Wlmtt))
stated that Martlnez had signed
to meet Marcune Oct. 31 -and
that when Marcune did not ar-
rive he considered the signing a
closed matter.
The Colon Boxing CommissIon
has votea to penalize Wllmott
for signing two contrast 'for the
same date. Wllmott made Mar-
tinez sign to meet Venezuela's
Bonny ueon Nov. 28. Now that
Leon is completely out Of the
picture because of the beating
ne received Sunday night, WLI-
mott did not even show up at
me Commission's meeting yes-
terday to try to prove his state-
menw ol last week.
Leon, whose right hand Is in
a sling because of a reported
shouaocr injury sutered Sunday
night, left at noon today from
Tocumen ;or Venezuela. Colom-
bian card reading expert Prof.
Mustafa had predicted that Leon
would get such a beating that
he would retire from the ring.
The Colon Commission also
tentatively approved the Davey
Moore-Pedro Tels ten-rounder
for Dec. 12. This fight will be
promoted by the Empresa Dos-

'Alli Reynolds Says

Old Back Injury

Ma End Career
(UP)-Veteran right-hander Al-
le Reynold'of the Yankees says
an Old baik injury may end his
baseball career.
SThe 37-year-old Reynolds has
beW a Yankee mainstay since
b A as A full set of X-
rays made today of abFexk la-

4kuet don't feel I want to try
Itr ain" says RBa yolds, "unless
I Z make an Improvement. I
wamst able to run for it Ig t
weeks ast se n. M back is a
little croqked." Ali says the
trouble "might be a nerve in-
4old 1 cuts right index
fingerthree weeks ago, and the
Injury requie 16 stitches. Doc-
tors have assired Alie it won't
bother his pitching,
Reynolds now is at his Okla-
homa City home. In Glendale.
California, Yankee manager
Case Stengel says Reynolds' back
trouble Is news to him. "I don't
know what his loss would mean."
says Stengel. "I hope he gets
The Yankee front office had
an announcement on another
subject. General Manager George
Weiss denies the yankees intend
to sel their Kantsa City farm
The Yankees must move the
franchise to a new city. now
that the A's are In Kansas City.
Weiss won't even speculate on a
new home for the triple-A farm


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it O'd O'Neill
fl~fL**DB^atoes*ter. Pa
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'et ikstop that

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and Ham-
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himt ti d.
Wm t he enthused.
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Saaw g to
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Twelve Bouts Th, ,

At Kobbe. In Seni

Of A.F. Boxing Tom

Twelve bouts will feature the
semi-final action In the Panama
Area Armed Forces Champion-
ship BoIng. Tournament Thurs-
day night at Fort Kobbe'as Life-
liner Arena. Starting time for
the ooenelf Jnim e I s!t at 7:30.

this yer. The winner ai1Turs-
days match wll meet J Al-
varemt'orra, Fort Kobbe, oa No-
vember 26 for the flyweight ti-
Defending Panama Area
featherweight king, Fort Kobbe's
Eateban Melendes-Robles, meets
Leon Carr, Army Atlantic, Thurs-
day night fpr the right to go a-
Rainst Fort' Kobbe's EmilUo Cos-
ta-Andino on 'November 26 for
the champtonihlp.
Two undefeated light welter-
weights battle Thursday in the
semifinals. William Bollinger,
Fort Clayton, encounters Jose
Collaso-M sgia, Fort Kobbe.
Both have won two fights this
season. 4 yearr Collazo was
victqlrlou in alI nur of his bat-
tles, as le -went an to cop the
Panama Apea fight welterweight
crown, "
In anoth1 t welterweight
semi-finl, Roland' Poindexter,
Fort Kobboe, t"iares off against
Williap Hlib4 -, Coco blo.
Poindexer ha won two of his
three fightss fls year, while
Houston has pt his, two ring
encounler.- .
Winners no tIn welterweight
division la Way meet this
Thursday n t to decide the fl-
nalists. Fert;R 's veteran Lee
wilson. winner over
.Oenjamin ThOmpson, coco s00,
ast week, go- aalnt Donald
McRae, FW laytoMu. Another
Fort Kobbe wlerweight, south-
paw Wlilam L is matched
with Jesi BoOll, Albrook AFB.
Last week Leay decisioned Fort
Clayton's Abel-Garcla.
In the.. light middleweight
clasp, James Gamer, Coco solo,
battles WIUi .Priest. Fort Kob-
be. Last Week'Pieet demonstrat-
ed accurate ng to gain a
second-rkTO over Nelson
Clark ArnlS Atlantic.
Left -i Natale. Special
Troops, ma uphill, battle
last week'lgn a decision over
Fort I09W._sSI Sanchet-Ri-.
vera SW t Irk es Salvw-
dor A t, ,-d a :I tic. in
the .? g. t.-lddlewelght
semi- .ra ... ,
SAM. y Atlantic.

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PION- of the Armed oers St
the Panam rea, BstsbWi
Melendea-oh of Fort, ob-
be will be ot defend h. ti-
tle in the IM ring ton-.
meat at Arena Thurs-
da night at :0o. Melendes
woha in ,at 128-pounds ad
ha from Faard, Puerto M-
c -Eleven 4pter bouts ae
s leded for Thursday, but
ft M Iez t4t coneerW~.
hla oppVat .Irdn Ar~y'
c, Leon. Carr. (U.S. A--
my ghotoJ
and Henry iey" Sel
Too, clash to a liht
we tiff, while Robert _it
dl6 A rt Clayton, ee
^blu-dl Rood, Albrok rrb
9 6 of these semil-.nsls~Xfi
metm OB November 30 for heM
lt heavyweitg title.
Sto o into he.
S. alt when .'
I- , rt Kobbe,.
fhs inals, Fort clcto,
I ul 8mith Albroolk, ApB
fa Thomas Salopek, eI
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. LOUivoIIv., Ky., Nov. t -
(VV)-The American
4.0 be unable to ( its

.York Y all
clubn andA.A.
President Ed Doher t to-
Doherty sald the kees first
must decide where Want
the homeless Blues traifered
and must negotiate damages to
the Denver club is they choose
Denver. Dohey Indica be
mWas waiting to hear from U. B.8
Sen. Edwin C. Johnson (D-C4),
president of the Western e.
There also was
that the Assoclaion might imore
Io Omaha, Neb!, with 4. ev0t!-
move .to Denver ad ; -I
other city of the mi=a4s take
over the Minneapolis a Pa
rea but DohtrW. ref d4 to0 o-
ment on it. -
In Charleston, W. Va., mea-
while, President Dann Meen-
des of the Charldstao cl4b .dis-
eusped selling the club S it p
represented by.l nves$ rW
er Houston C. Young. ede_
has indicated he waInt to il
the club be'me i
ford to ope t wIt -t (e
full support of fan. and b -

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ay ... t 39 - 7 4.7 ''- ,!-
!..ta._ .... 48-IT 48-4v 43-17 I 1 .t
TOTAL ........ ; .,.,.,....... ........... l v
m A **T

--piUt RapM Slow
Stea'wd erKM Pene Prone a
adler. . .. 43.lv 39-Iv 4-4v 190-i 3v I
S41 4i-8v 46-4v 178-2V ;t
etschow. ... 4-3v 42-4v 45-5v 178-6v
erts. ... .. 44-1v 44-lv 45-l 148-2v l aIV
TOTAL .... .......... .. ................
Rapid 8it Rapid Slow
IStana or Kneel Prqne Prone -TOTALS
n. . .. 44-.v 454-3. 4L. .'2v SO
ning. .. 41- 4 37 -ig-Sv *4 Tti
nnedy. . . 43-2v 42-3v 45-1v 1714v 306-
mons. .... 8.v 30-2v 4-lv 171-3v y
TOTAL ...... ... .......... ...*: ......... ... 1-

44l 8Rapid Sow
&bhmldt. .. 45- 4-2v 9S 1
Pounder. . . 46 47-2v 3 I I-l I
.Madden .. .. -1ir 42 43-lv l-lv "
Holmes ..... 44-lv 43 41 14-lv vI
TOTAL ................................... f11-ig1
BapidSit Bi ap. Rlow
Stand oftne Pne ?rn TAI
Henson. ..... 48-1v 44-1v 40-3v I o .
Alexander. .. 38 47 46-lv I
garr. . . 42-v S-S '-2v -.
Dierick. ..... 39 35 47-Siv -lv .- .
TOTAL .. ......................,... .............. S

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BK6, Nov. 16 (UP)-The United Press board of
i a ed U-C-L-A tp S llegite football team in
tite furth .sttaliht week.
euaebs-.reprFOenth y ej section of the coun-
S-cj.L-,A 383 of a posdble a points. Ohio State
with 3"... Oklahoma third with 27. All first-
e went to thsoe teams... ,23 to U-C-L-A, nine to
s'ad thbrt to Oklahoma.s
Dame *NV n Up to fourth places only two points
fArsom. -Sthern California I sixth, Navy seventh,
1 ellti.ft uthern Methodist ninth and Arkansas

louUern 1ethhode4t upset winner ver Arkansaslast
la- -s tile ont y.newcomer to top 16. lowa drop-
TIM thbSoleot ei "afr ter lolnx to NlnIeta.
a ld M Ihclata Mhians Mtnaneso*a, Wisconsin,
IJ u. lowas MiaiO of Florid., Marylnt, *lbhite,
I Au bur. -aly other tepas sMentioned In he vot-
wemWe Vligink, pen State and Cicinamtl.

rke Carroll Gets KC

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TION, ,N, ,Y. Nov. et or not he Bcop of our pro- reactors started. cer,, -. a- ad w debate -,th d.
( Tl -e AtoEs ic Energy posal has been narrowed," Lodge Lodge in his prepared s e h fa i't *UH 2&C-0 promles blom W ant-
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Ident Elsenhower person- able material to serve as fuel in that the Russians are d *ng and e enslye.' h o .hich the
thoriaed the announce- the experuiental atomic rePetors more talking than prodcig gin Vishinsky sa a1a had .sure. He
ma by .. delegate to which the fe. r o state the "atoms for peace" field. Jaken "a stone.p In t h io Deo ee tiw u zatu 5
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