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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00569
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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: AA00010883:00569
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Imeufl aIsalen aeteh 2ld eoiri0tee1r splos"h vo ebee n thet ine N o & a ow
teis an "Gepertsisum a ndreshgaitnle inv saos optteet aM -Chlag oS a

-'r om ra-dr .-- ,-. .ad .;.. .; ..o. .. ... am h+ .
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dotr re nrservainstihnt to hed iToer ottrklnSOoe
si bystomkeeopthe 10" n tes to one4Potur dais iessyastem Chaves tetthe"

S i ntod to heento 'e ever dae of ." ..
fmr sitdsn te the C mpt part t...lies

I ing tatthere irr any h .he Ano elat Bht wasM braici i about her oR ... r oo.o ,
n ft Me 1hou master with U f fl hisone cupo or ever Nyeawy t bearing aader Twnty." I flfth mink et ," she n their tim a All these
at gadSone. He adviaed mre ta r iock^ ilfo eharmful to us. are What do I want? Oh. neit so very Thy .t tilg wom o bealmd. "I the My -. hs with s^yen be0e1 oalN bear ea
ajm i nd shuru, the undw .t In other o toI get a kick in the groin mueh. ... are 0, ovrarg and ce." to ta nate,~- p.e vol, ..-,t o at~ *
S aU dtc nt etocomeb l-, I ro e you l be a Jcut all the things that gaVe Overvttdy, gh e higsad peoowho
on Atlantc ide f toihermetan jute cnt tnd ee ome- up so alh at you wil.b epip The street lt tag ri I lif." t te t
.le ..e .howe.e are varied and intere-ting. They asty: a the clutch. .. Who Cat-e to ast'" ldd Prom .VJ 's sMl'a: "Or. vadon ow'ed the '"^ paKr Mg Edward Marti,. l ."t.' 'e.
ar e klln all the fii. Tat' real trade nio' deo The moky room where Tom. omem o ur f Alaaaro sed eoM eods potato .s.alad the Cm. Cr-. Cis sngenared be"au
D DersgRet n thie way and may be injured by a hook cracy for ycu. That Slkbrman is my Lyman aa. . erotic, who played nthe roe la atj nwPtwt place in AU ntc ma1t*heri'** op wh Me Ctt m. Whateer th
eved hrt ivl brt T P ow that served a egoaa. White The a

S hPbar.uds will eat them up and the line isrhennen especllly where the PHrtiltne It Jeter oid g ide l1a f ,, ,o moE1* coe r eiS^.A drives
e .Z ne b.ee. concern dyd. p*h And did mot know hi' reign ,lD eve.est.f .tage critle, ma- P l ,.l S .to e M

e j So ese tpreeohi tatemend I haven't heard anothe had see it day. . George Jehaa Nlta0IAMae ked: ma la W2ta t ipcol atl
TW 0 d0can aerfor% eaneof th0 asoli t t o kex tebkind oa argspJltry moon that used c"Do you such Wooa wildl hex the maed toeig Inllytan yh camwa .Z The quee lad a Weptem
fflit thobra to *pear big tarpon, a g the Party-e control oaun A ever to the pulo of old a ater?" a'- r He- M -" the Mothe
Sb r tyo thenAh t ll know As to the o whos moe-th h Bradw. ha to odo,' arhd And w thwt we had troe. m am
r taken on rears, te largest are r employment by otrn Whatdo I wt An oldm Ghr- Gorom to tone mel do" S r oe

on Uron me- C lu req uestin t haht w5 *le ee b U . de bot "June All e Broadwa's scal it "
Si h de tto Pr im hmto bee ve .
s rehit med on theAvtslantltee. a-wholi -. Mt thana t ,, e Mpier wl a t1 -tom
t, a Y..reserftl:n i o t nit peak Yo eP re.O o the ,h m .. ite o 'eU rm-.h sohot. i didt
aln is ome eofeens e 6t io e Atthetle t finest ISMS 4 theca Ue r st Qu id

I hadI+ would hw ledlt.Nae goodta Divisle T ie thh were to.o eeaee --. f la felrt nfo a, a _,_,..
S own to t f thet Spillway fshermn Alo e a.lk NAswvyth Nard fa toasttthr cie t a uhe had

dent Ipe a legitimate gripe oto them. Ther Communictis : t Co^- -Don Wrhno M 5o M ,ttimartt learne? a lot o Amtern iw
i y to their rd n ee d rjus to aept mndant, f Naval Ditrtct N You O 't
the new or reect the old methods. val Cott aval Pr- Some us we realg news- ---** Cys aa i* tted tht ee were some tht

E \ No doubt by this time. the reader la wonder why I am chastag sadt Afains the aer rrelsandthe war be From Shih Graham'i colm: -Dettte Dalgea A ath" Catho" stil went oer he head,
g ah a mg fuss about this n attn.lyt re 1on is U.S.Wosar Dt, b d the U.S. I aval wrous and Gen. "I i r uyn e at lunch li o as
-e ate water constitute te only a Ship ards, B up. a w With e a D te "or aske
-.place to be spearishing O the Isthmus. There are na Iiarted heh Broun kept ca.. di; t I: Aaaa Ceogress anaae. tmo "what is a .wester."
dangerous fs, no sly "creatures." no sharp roots, no waves. The arty-llne baos had another la the Geaeral "Old firoa Pants." Ea attthawt it 0 tarn et to b e ,r
and very title epth t is fet lace for th begner way keepa n o this spot Jo hated the label which tong uite a on CA west replied tt,
to feel his way, and or the wiu yad friends. The uo derwater which would warm te Ked hears stuck. ture dent yo "Ybtd," sabd another, "It's eO* f sandwich made of a fried egg,
a S Joe we .

celery not pretty but there are fl h to be seen, and cauht. of any apparatus. Tha Amertcan Until be ss oa Bra: place' a be awc l oal 4gmidg iwt h omto
eses l tese rea. It' the l the thing. We Commune tions Assr a. teledrs- "Old irty S. -' ... t's ba sth '

desee an even break with out sport. g p has never mny of whom were hared in ........ r "I s ds
tterfered withany fisherman. We stay'away mao tn apron, Snate testimony withbetag Conm Item: "Pbhadelpnia will uhave lyn Sea.a he- aiqu: Mal", repIt the Qee. Tm galg t
hich undoubtedly the best spot. and let the rod and reel analrt part 7t membsulws-would only tee mager1ilgue baseba llown cIS~er wIe r agent Bat. Hav"ig to fiftSLger the sat 1^" have to try f e."
fish n have ther choice of locations. We generally go far nPWat ... .adisldeounfed at Re i.ots s wind, -a a

from the apron, out of everyone's way and keep ult pirates the ele year da't have ay t trg t an ad
t unle asked to render stance in retrelving lost of officers of te u .'These B later now ne rest Overhear at D row' where Deorats -

m up th eel. m lead to so rgent Wll, t ws a thawtl woes. They a n from bad b r
htmonuVhtoneta-tl .eutenre it tZ think,' #rom my ex. a ske union aom te substation millia naire a-id Udevery e .a hTo adri ice," said one. te hepma
t n e h h te owatn of ch h beet marked a. m. r Tip-Offs: To the surane sale e al success
ameSdpb ma_ first ATti he a e a ilto c sta r ld:ln d. m, ds n miaa t me t e styh" rn o ed- aeto "She. %
on the bnh deetedly el tio n l ge erbt n te cs L ommutaBhrimpe. t e mes. Ir "r unt tI r .. umm

a at y eedomp mt. Sid ev eis.o4me to g Int -wa. m ta ll you oe=- E"e lthi No a -.de- a11 aI & io
l as t thyou ever dare o r my Cloth cost where b ?

St f thtes somM ist ianeom anytd wa te Prm oNot if E er ai Jt dagr- it 'e p e n.ty t.oo
s m c ng. e advised tuethat a oaklllo cuslon, or over : s ayaa nyohi ta o, S d t atO ,neto ver T y women who ,beam ed, I's ta sczj s,,y auc- wit h Utey Sed 4 t,,._harebeen'rough

.peoe ne- Inliffe p sr f ovie a ter: "I don't like a one"What d always s bounced the e called:
I .Sadibr. I^^kigrwr thells if gaad and a weotmepct ech mothery m .w. SIE CANCES4 By Coabrsth
ug nI to gt a kicinf the i roi mru r e vof sveret t- m. a

a n t s, tOieZunIds i" t T to Boton sys I- swered it. Th vheice askdd: "Ib the toaydyasoe: uA oltaout welt- p Ie wI

sdn'a wan me. to come b*t s u ffromie, aid your wilttbe b Wetealt tings tat gas Qus tfif rg o childreN s am b ed hafe n tars Seae i.L t o s e
A The.t-ltI l aide moneren. Jus cata ne u bdd dhat e cp.Te t t. t

cat fsh Beacouirt reain ih a fl hr B .ei inge.f ." The ht U was: "Miss a *enwas the v l "the defeated.n w o t s
I emweb er m frtaded ser, .t ere emst oreen .o n do you 'e.w whether or not Liberty J u r. plt 'ha ir ,," a.- m m m a
armetogoointoLee metoi you ., owetnen nMr, w Mai i e
The smoky roomsytintedrnipotato-rI'
ar ak ,ln there fish. That's "r.al t y-" In the.clutch....wheCre. om- oeadrhlsa " th"-"," Veter.--ow-of.--e-AKgent -.s..ver- l-st--- -#---r.--- i-b--, ,ar .e. -E."-

I t eyen eoatertr with rag ilmerbetad cvrturaltfat haynthgt hatl U- tatsreGl a an C hngW BSAtemA: "Marla ea a rCes off Wae
gobd earcud S will est thoen up and the line futsermen espralahlo where the Pertw0hin..so.. Isy hao.. ... .....w.beamed,,"isattymue-,-, ,.t !.ma e
awinG.. another
,AndWia the thr-e ghe-to,,Ov .,:"g an,.C,,. .

be actwmadn t cBawer fvld Pesnoun oecoHeothard toel d 'oW ,wOre Gnya ua i Look oo a dtnt Jut pht the oids ofsu t he a m thatot ua"e lt to escape per-ft win e e t1
t' A. tigle min fieds of the Ot-,n watr s..A. There b t deetsi plepto ea. Ae matre womp: p setoteb anri ngu f M."
m ef at ehnib wT th e ta e ms for.r ponhn.th as controlmen ple-,-or-aff .9T ewplstht.. . o-- n. e+--n T oone wanit-,,, th ,,-,amm.
.aivot are tgake o spears the larstI ae *eucitnt ployuittb- astern A.ei.doI a ra= ate. Gar- Georgte, dtoolhimselWf do.a ..aI ofh .WtheP.0

2. t 1t .. te be bo a onl once _an, fi y e- a. o a xt k e e n o -toO ued fi b-ou"------ il b t /a_ _,

1. T .--te o h au .wn. e cons u o te mat n waters ere Ae 7 :hJ mme atsi I hfr 'uta :.ohawnldlynegw*IV er w_.. iY.._ _o._klynt
Shetab ts Yorkw Po omntroloandtheert atoc i Obvousley es herfa"ea2a.rc
Ihad I would have thtied It raguda re g id ea p. ASe T PdJf S;=tionotla oh pat critic 'Z,,._ln. u ih o thty dld rt s
-lt bois dwa ,hnd tor the fact t Ihwt ell pknown.oAywst hhos R ed brthremienB dw ay.A htow erewtrobt I McIrt- cl bs.i t o hs r ean am-asd"
Alsoenn. the U&r vI. Navalfu to, la o bear ge, G niSoafew othercitginQf !J''th am i
c eln g ia na c iu tny t o th e ir ru o d, tt d t Sae p n ei o t i .tO ac W e oma nie tbar t o s t einW h at.d o I w anat, b it ? A n a r.to- ... ..rg e ,s .h t _N Wm ine h e r a rriv h e b u t a d
S de* tt an le itimt e gwip e oaur sp t he l a- f o th m Th-nAy oommo serve : the- ---, w Wu f o estimatedat ab u mIt a l o A er i o rds
b ig f a t s.t' st ob.41,0yTiIs"eran ge. I A _i i
Drum3 call- d 3141: usan cngress 1*0um"I I te.n r as
mang ero u fishno sliaty "c eatres." o shap rnks, no w.ave.S,Te art-lneso ter II1 "iira?
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.e.y0c arCO .. larer, bron h the RIO D JAN Q Nov1 -

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1m.e Toecoua g worde le en E- (rapl ye in, tournament, o w clam broke r because of rema ,- a u t-

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Donwor, n rswsw eI, reouas out toms ma k The. atributd to Kme r who pi de-

..k.', i--re ls... Grc n .e rrh ., -....ed &o h p.. man ded haet h .eb : r a .led.
,_ S^e un oat2. i.oar gf u nm oer a . ma-emany tride wi te ks as, cse\ copossb tol. .
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that" P 0 i -- d he paf vist to E h
theleve tu a producionofexperts, peoueld to dourawzllan newspaperso ushrm uo al

trench AfrWIC tTum. ps p Co, And a A I- ii W he, os e h o h is paTl ay. The .. etc u Untied
0e .ofe pe N . e he e a e of er t wa the s e ns P ln d ie d "
ABl.at Aaddoc heomic a viSin ApeAt .aos ;l trer abakththe brd or 1S em r o f araines i t NEiT 1I ^E L o -

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du ihoe n pn w erd kI eergy *t Mscleub. c cubf0.r m us an,
g i as at .ral J.: 5t feat Phie1 R d ws noti expt p d edoghe bas for makdg you refer wa nothiPagbu a Dl aieroitenleat he sinhgn 2et9 retanned Bo p lA us66fom t

ath Isolatbd n e.w a e- P onnit csols pa ed If W ledualub e So h
h I- Webber, Janeksn &r aia d en a Trlytodayan smm.em .set 4, all of .ngOn; T l-id the losing diamond. If West'" ....
r anaifermens -rb ia Fnw .. m ieb .e re o' the badtyR berOs o pother rihed mg Edward ohnson. 35 led a diamond, the ony other
M ban . .' '- tSs of"D S a nd.Ah an ein" "ant o0 tr t h D nn a ,orm P l ranpt, ho, de .are w o w n eral c ..
d .." Dri otme bw a ngdA Itsm y r ron ltur Dn IenRtified ai d Jo fi est ea. either ease, Miss mup
N'ewo Prthen eesideots. club ine oo r -Makwin thetrickJbmsSadortKemperbtinues N TIM L L OE S 'V"

SaoPt dostGrace Co. 1 l d b. eT e ele hri ve n dy- Ig-. _ge o h o s te an t r v a r .r
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i reasc, Evans ae. big studio
to house the ss et Ot
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do NBC-TV % is its color stu- .
din in Brookly o Evans agreed .
to do thI lor, "steso
S he could use the studio. L ;+ .I ,
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n1ow, officially, a star -hasn't
S changed her outlook on ife, or bog x -
tlIo itself, for tat matter. She de.O
have her n me in big letters over
to he Ae o herplay, "The Travet- as n6 A o the pre-preadway
Sn Lad," *and she does make tour. M fX h ta.ley thinks children
6 Soresmoney, and those two lea- should be with parents.
tursl are delightful boosts for the "Our doctor says if that's the T..
orale and the exchequer, respect- way I feel," bhe says, "then I .
S vely. should take them. And that's the:
And there's a star pasted co ahe alfeels strongly about acrit-I
i dressing room door. But, ala, es. They weren't too kind to "Tle o., ma w ...r...W.i
thi Oar's been there for years.
was aa d to the stars Faveling Lady," which Borto
ta lpevevl dress ng room before Iooe wrote more as a character -
Heas e astr,bt shbe ort Bstudy than a play full of action, "on't blame me. ldy That's what she arder i
ofli woishe e,was with the others,...... ..
S gt up "The critics' attitude was lirrI "
'atyk a re i s -aeor s. iThey aroens don't know what Hs currently bound for Neara- shas -
ahEiutuki s -- alerp awrthIto ais al ung, whatIs direction, hat gua, to study and graph as wALoITs.
i. s production and what I wr g. species of shark which lives ln a Imagine leaving Peoy Bergen for
..... I, i ..t. And someday They ilad It easy to condemn the fresh-water lake. They're suppoaed sharks, so matter whist ind of
like to do sk artds s e, 'playwrpin bt and peraes the acting, water they swhm in.
f. ose lost m e Hedd Ga wrIghts who
S bier in Ibsen's great play, Ophelia Ineed encougemlnt;
Inemmepa ere a t," and, my performance was 'touch-
ancansee, KimU o r eau' u a NITED)FRUIT COMPANY k DM
Sto act. And se likes touching part for me to play?"
the life of an actress. She may be modest. But she may Great White Fleet
TRbe right, too.
ER ("TO o.r "Fanny," Broadway's newest en- New Orleans Service Arriy'ves
,,ER ('Two for the try, is a beautiful, touching musi- Cristobal
TV You get the cal. But It e a strange musical, too, S.S. "YAQUE" .......... ................Nov. N 2
J party lm e.gir T cn de d of. oeant different and A.S.d R eNA A" ......................Nov.
S eb e news a rign unu'i l elements. Among these: o.S. A RAN ...... ..................Nov. 25
o cou fodet on Ithe stars are two middle-aged men "S. 'MORAZAN ................ Nv. 7
to bon S cdsoin dalut. oI(Elto Pelua and Walter Scesak); *A sea";er. ............. ....... 4
ana, [ ti ~ "'_ d_.there are 'songs about odd, un-mu................................ .
ol f- a gir scal subjects, likeone ono the dif- "H.anding Refrigerated Chilled and General Cao
Ss the bepa nd sessdonif a girlfculties some people have in hav- AV.. . . .
Sto br and spend someIngbabies- there's the most un- BOOTS AND -MM__1
i wth herdildren. too. says inhibted dcnce Broadway's seen
"Most wcrk~g wives haVe in years, done by Ne.la Ates; New York Service Arrives
!tobe._&an officeall day. I'm there's an almost operate qlityic- S
with l -9lldren alU day, except in parts, with evoestral mug c -un- Cristobal
nmati derl fng the action; and nobody S.s. ''iAOsoiixA" ..............................,Nov. 20
nmaw I..artod irl andcS.S. "FRAUERLANGA"............ .........Nov. 32
AIInd ins is happy or sad. %.SA"AvENm" ..S................................... Nov. 28
son L y S.S. "LIMON".......... .................Nov. 14 FM."ft
alongong, oly yl gen's husband, Jerome' G.L "I9OPAN" "........... ........... ........... ee. 4

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Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
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To New York ...

SOUSTOa OnO iNOW UfeIOAS To Los Angeles ar
assinvls: Every ten Days for: To Seattle ....
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A bi in Club's activities is invited to t Nov. 17 (uP) Polce
Y attend, alertedkit frontier posts today
ft .nI ln. "' A ,bulaneas meeting will follow $o prevet communrat lawyeio
Leaving e Branch t he dinner. Gle o from ietn
si So a. h5er ww lLus^ ai t. Zt ra-. 4fl the county artefbeing ad
h UMA* la B Crlstebal Star Club With i mmorality In a sensa on-
1i"tas e mon.,al scandal.
mesh aH lIrueria ..tat StIS Th r T1 e glarCmmitiee tin of the .Sotgeuh, 2,-and his *11i pn-
S240.Crlstobal Sar Clubwb be held ,ets Linmaiual, Lett near
Sat the oe of Mr.. Jean PhilU- tome aparment earo y yeate uay
=0 fl GalUP$i, NoNas 280-A CoC Solu00 ma nha noa meen seen. aov,
6Vise a R0. 7:3 t 30 a pm.Pea one a ti e
nsn bG o last Balboa Emblem Club Ro e vavusy ad ins the
sat, sput ote tof t oa. oit Me at otca
S. laew bo 0 regular monthly shemg for e t s e stir or
bi. r a ..wi teon.ed anee lng at 7 o o30 m 1 had reshud egone o in te emons-
t ru, t as au o aThe A.Booas Rad, Balboa. my on -an O.n r ousi rdfA-
^^^ m*g-S~f' .... _, !."f ,_- _z J- n. nrt : un^ : VA soft Vike om* .onwile p ey th ya y.
d --tht ole wl be heM, aatM r- Toese aorew "madaw o the century," te aed
lI~Stnlatv WS ter 'LI 4tagrIgta pervl Ce onte one Vis, A general meeting of the mem- to respond to a police sumoMs.
nof femson., Indiana, ja .-: :0 pa. i hers of the BellsVita .Children's In a lette to police chief Ar-
,f '." "Home Committee of the Inter- turn Meseo, Sg aid thegluSa
Bl antof.and p, of 10 .... .Ms A. Amerlcas Women's Club Wil be charges wbrougt ag ait h W
dla heedh Thursday,At 9:20 a.m.,atweefKr6aB.ald be
Ae.dot the home of the Chairman, Mrs. felt It WAS u5*slt h . -to e-
j tddw.s Ds~~ e t G .-Abbott, 6068 Parsons St., port to police because he could
D Diable. This will be the last goa- only have confirmed what 1e
o .s-..oer al meeting before the benefit sal in the letter, poei e sources
oW ot. 9. sailN
as .A tt o hb wife, who also
At' en he n.n t0Aarookanhpo

of uee black accessories. r the cou- Beth Abmrntbr, Bee Mable, Clbfrr Ra fl 51 G
.s a, S"treak ater'tat
.vDs11. td mid- The bride -was graduated a n lovely prize at bingo. l Club. Diner will be meeting place commencing at
&UWW ; Ilu~.I U and Rador*u Servelt6 S733aRSM 7:30p pm.
'a alnt ee ebllaBsgffe CargebMa s. ,Vur Martln Vargas Aaen for the noin-
p14 anontMra e hnston far a graduate of Tn M Mm. W El rmen t be held at
tw Bmal^ba Scho with the cla 4tNutsr bhone sbs 36 tor rese- ton and election which wil be m o
o %L. 7' tot. rn of 194ec and of rdue Unive reajcefor Spanish dtan co tions, held on Dcc. a win be doises-
S"a[led nylo lwe -I.. employed in the e Martin V ll perform to i
* ja .lDorat n department o4 -----Remy light t at Panama's 15tl i i 9
t tme's Parent Form Vargp aved ve
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thn ad Ce a Tbale-. aepresnted deTNew z*a Has Jmn wt wel n own' Isth
bndlthkmi eaM Collesge A(ton htCld, te nA% r eenta"I turaD Plee w

Slolb. and Mrs. J,. Ueas n p.ian l t will also acImp

idallded 5 rf4ommealCa-I the d aner.
o.er The7 wo r py.eerm tor lAernloma will b oie Hal l No.
MotI lgro Istqsss ave Pd in Net: York ier hea slat-
Wig emiDts,, er.i*deI oweir expIriesrwlSbe.mI-jgf--JI
q mid.Ther ofwtge uared.rnievcesr oeit bnt.

Sadth wedding, pie Lae. a l c id jsya (For mre sGiety new. pleas

.ea french blue ct, stew, librarian, yoe-urth turn to pa ge as
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a.r or, s dnet C 'e e F 0 SAt 4 _dJ"la s H F Aa_ -f4 Zo SALE iole F te
,5-Ccle), ten' Phane Balboa 2.2736.', r ra lgsl' G .bo m,

o" 'D"1 Bocas St drqmltic. Will sell reasonably or household furnishings; 1951 Pack,-Sttt .p, tee
S trade oCall Balboa 2- 1I716. ard, Ultramatic, w/s/w tires.dTg"f-i n- Bi
.Lo oL. o 4 o al owner. 536-B, Curundu Heights. WI SoaB C h .
SALE:--One studio couch, excel- FOSALE-1949 Cheot 4o Phone 3284. Sk u,

ent condition, with cover. 2111-D, edn S snat Uoni FO 1 SALE Conos12.50 eh, Pho r 0.
n tu. .'Co, "Q'" tret. in front of Ntion- F O SALE: Canaries $12.50 ec9
u r ninu m,- ton Pick..p .ruck, nw 4

A rd Tra nsean* ol Stadium during office hours. Pdrakeetw IBudgiesl $8 ench~ h,.,n I-Ulp e ild.
SALrE:.-r Ze-th Trans-OceanIc Monday through Saturday. Sealed color. ACUARIO TROPIC .LPT. Clara. Box 435. ', Po E
Scribe with "Can't-Wet" mat- bids accepted until Nov. 20, 1954. SHOP, 49 Via Espara. Pone, Pnoma 3.4877. Crbt*pt ,3. 1.
l Curundu 4134 after 4 Un.on Oil reserve the right to re- 54J11.-, -
ir armletes any or all bids. _____ FOR RENT :-COMPLET TOP FLOOR FOR t EN
S foam rubber motress- FOR 5ALE'-1949 Nosh 4-door se- for officE or other business. ] Ju .. '
L e tdE: springs, L-shopedl ma- dan, radio;.. new paint, $400 aosh. to Areosmenq Ave. F.'ICAZA ..
I k,' instontaineou" water Ja Yanopoulos, phone 2-5526. 11. PO SALE:--One mster s rot HU Pac L

.'deue Frigiire, radio- 4th of July Avenue. Ponama. two'sub-stations with wiring fot of- FOR .RENT:-- Four-bedro n rian
643 Q rade.pr1cdi .Fo r t i tercommunaicaon. Phone 3t completelyes., l catil-
q p)1! ,wir' 4 bcorde, 4 bross FOR SALE:- 1950 Cadillac 4-door, fe tercommuniaons Phwn 3- completely furnish, all'connl
tI' h. Cl" Q urr perfect condition. For more detail 4989. . .ences in exclusive residentJll .r I_
E1 ht' 22 call 3-2165. Panama. FOR SALE:-Rcord player. 3-speed, tion. Surtaobe for dlpl l3rlt m rl
'"i RS oNALS 'Fr SALE- 1952 Hillan san 25-cycle. 5L. Phone Navy2293.- esexcutive of di ral T
e everybody mt m t purchased Jan. '53. 1 3.000 miles. FO RSALE:- Two Hercules 26-Inch see Mr. Fo regoa eeTO
a ne vert me at td. Ca Qurry Engshi bicycles, one yont old, 18 East 29th Streef,
S, ndu Fair January 14 to 23, 2278. good condition. Half price. Call 2. Vasco." betweri 10 in It Atq, .. .
55. FOR SALE-2 Ford Fordr mai- 887 after 5,p.m. or see at 5341- and 3 to 6 p.i .
I line. Call" Navy 2423F.R A.D b-- FOR RET: To
.5a: An. m Trb alrtI FOR SALE'-1951 Packard bloek 4- 2 ) JUNGLE JIM JAUNT ( 2 nly: 3/4-b too a cm-
SrL-hdoor sedan, Utramotic drive, $950. full I to plaelly furmiuhhsd, in st h ,
m wtr. .a Curundu Heights. Phone 2208. days) CLUB CAMPESTRE (day residenial district. aur It .l a
r l House 653-A. El Valle diplomat or buia ne.
" IU 4 A v,:- Menu'.ry-dor. Spend the week-end in the mountains discriminaEIng taste.r .
at ca.ir.C n a B r FOR SALE:- 1950 Merurv 4-door. of El Voile oat lovely Club Co.Ptstre pled by foreign ae.all Mi
tp 'ip KK_"lUI Q.800-m, TverniBllaSt., Balboa. O(Country Club). om nvitl. Pl pihpevleP aS b
ipeFOR SALE:-i951 Chevrolet Station Sight-seeing, transportation from 4 ex 7 lpu. e'r -03 3 from 1 -.
t Wagon, excellent corlitiea Balbc. Panama and return, hotel expe inses 9 '
Sf (UP) 2988.' ",- .. * oror return by Rio Mar Sunday after- FOR RENT:-House at Miraflotes: 3 ,ncF
S L E S 0 NS Tour les E P Hotel Fr bedrooms, concrete yard, garden.*
1.00IFS M6DERN practical piano method, for each person. Club Campestre will serve FOR RENT:-2-bedroomt chalet, Golf MIENRU!
Ser beginners. Instruction home or stu- on ,old-fashioned Thanksgiving Dinner Heights. Phone 3-3605& Miguel A (Fo
.1 ioi r .iwthl dio. Bennett. Phone 2-1282. Thursday, November 25th. Poredes Street No. 2Z6. i Whha
.* -FoIFor futhetr lufarmation pIfn Jungle-
r *BALLROOM dance class forming now Jim, P a .16-T 60 o r Balbe a ies M. F ? N
for girls and bvys frpm pi to 14 Exp.es e 3 o.1025. FORRENT
Fi ury2old. Register nOw by tallingC
FO r 2Fr-1660 afler 5 p.m FOR SALE -.-A.K. ose ed a k5 "ad3 o
lea N 3 A I blond female $50. Albrook4 F21 R '
1. Wanted P6sition ,)"Lfte'r.* N--- 4Opm. A 3,1oa w ml.. &
gAm yahi FeAE---: -Eng- OR SALE:A-S-fle engine, marina or r one,,
abPOSItIoN WANTED:-Spla.-Eng- stationary, 90-hp., power tIkeofu bof eoom hat, cold wte.rI. 't*
elan d h- n ld, .lnn house- clutch; air or plug startli, Air, hamne Ponorn 3-494 .
Swo rk and dd' rchil cr. R-irenc. cpfnlipw esaor, tor tenll, 1000 lore fo r a- r
v'talobo ,.Bo.lbol ^2,- c es r ll Mr, Juumey, Pah; 2-0600. RENT:--'
'-- "v-t- S. - 975. ,,

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seI rem Res..Caims US Official ge'" n034eft .-
-tB t Tl.' o '.Of' FOR RENT 1-Unf i.h pis I
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sWill Mado W1 z It sat)l -'A '. d^U oet up n nostalgic sena oimenta pe ge
We t .. '. $ Adfa C u r" l ive o." r. t h os it y w h opnite ctn w it h h e u s
..., is Java Sit first concert Oct. f r. nk b a ,
SAadlly tle i up. The bufo quendation nowpes to re A Alex I hear ho
maindas., t whether there ishresay room forIta HoLLYWOoD-(Nsj who G
M ralb ov 0 dInesth pm Ai c world, when it Withoot Popcorn: Tei vllont hl:at leo-"B
Sir 0"as ioe ZIA n moopl on the',
*o 5 vbrtng-ke(ps pih' a* Soc a^Thital drawing card, Arturo Tom- emotions prov aed I fat 9sDu" r

A. y at I 9 and a etsto e the Indias hae. TTeewese 'i Ida o b leIDO Te 4
and cements The absence of Toscanini was life drama rin Hollywotoo Ie-a
orea aaoatized at It. Initial .oram itr. notinUher seda i
an- empty Pur laying "The Admiral Hmkl
a. r Dw rhout a coal a proa true film account fe d
de'(ub) Squw VAe Mcne) an Ingi faQ rmislonally an beaud wuy, t nt heroic naval cazr -of seart

a The shinglest th Dilo eevi the advanced one rank oirnce last No Phtade n, of the Organ Prh letcostume. At ae alfrom Di i
*An aDKetts bbern C.e Awar sele by Jude M. member were awarded the 4th de and gu in C minor retor Phi ue they l t
SLoS h an J W. Ar for 154u Cubaa t er W Ormandy said hbe scored it "as 9 Republic.t bArr-gi on theg anl
in '' r. Cre o mI .W 1 were Cub John Adam, Maory, Pack 2, Balboa Co I think Bach would write, io he cabba e to
,lio .. bo rm ,. t3 ahe thi dere were messages of encolr- able man with a small e mDsu
1.IIO, .f isf b butts. (1-M6iUEs agement from more than a score tahe and I ai betlde hI.im,
Cotne6 Ne York Ctl of condUctors, Including those of watch Alexia Sih, I e
S alatm, ost. C o Ca o of the pos entry's permanent Mrs. Holksi ns, pla a tOuehing
...bps, Marot and tMi- Co ge etr I etW -.B-esMil ComOCRe lR orchestras. TreW one scene with Strln Hayden as the
,. ,,d dlaid ba ,AIn s eilatloon -t& smeth zes h d s ta r bl gn. Pc k 1 A Fs R MR. Ri a, C a1ltter, dR. Wh~ R r ToscaHnin in which he con- admiral
.1 ,iran D ere, h (d f .i.ti t o T L p luehd t oon-d ad 1i ralh a de -
S -th e. ,s. a rou The wa was presided over nold ubmaster E. Pack 17 FL eyed the word that "her is It is the moment n the picture
so* d$c ,,oT heg .The orchptra warnsop 5.ordy ,.,.,,he;has 1641
theldlth Are bad bI R rthe Symphcny FoundationA of A- Cmlnlg of the U. S. T arr car- IHl
'- 1 yton nit s ya vcL arn n pust invaa e iaclo Qmeric, ast for its revival ,tofr Princeton by the Ja
t Aerdad l U J U lltin uba tup. The foundation hopes to re-r As Alexis sobs I hear cho n ~n
pb;.taU t bO ".lbd box I P #all ceive enough contributions from sounds coming w&hm the trat f

|, b,,, ,r, ,,,,e, w hahou a pan wor Sco. lnoe Mario el Mo n Lo an Amen d er ip an ds eyes letellas e,
.o te b keet re warmh I the public to give the orchestra the real AT admiral HosnI e who bert
Mall for ch Y donation which e c h the hisseason the n G lad elphll gir airelayeon ndha a t ae Te hat w '
eLsi u ae b at tesperatuis ol -. orchestra is featuring Bach. There to ple. .. -.
Xnte"Irtin a th m e ar'eP t locks like the Induans have' The Cubs wre seated n Indan wAlei b five prolams devore Cehan- lehant i t for

1l Bmag.t 5 masters B. Mallory and 7tory and thel marked each Cub ovsky; Osie Hawkins Frank Valm regio with a edbwai.
S. ad belw a dee o taken over the Cnl Zone" Col- custom wit i the Webeles, or oldvan entino, Salvatore Baccalon, Law th e life of .
AIL' the h thef di aN"newrorcel,,ftris ong leH.di. Pand seati of e nt mark .reDdWow- Edwin $oathino- beith iThe rngstrlc
|4PIn-o-- onsdbuaei ea mad e .'o.od0 de In the first of the gser il Foxe DwhVere "Prince of P a. ialda

SA.remarkeds he presented A- thWolvesan Bird BoWelbchsat 3 Lbs. ob otxwassoloistp p !i na tn swf
am r Sana =L dns od Th plk ninn besboo Is ,Cau oeunmN,',.-oonanbthe ,brs
o ,BemrtffBr3e .the eBhIrr, med i0 red for easy plwaTrds to the Best Dressed Brave in the back row. Recgnition was the orga concerto In D inr. dre f he witr
The iiof goods.dibootumpt IrmPacific District Cub Wigswam held tr t Cub Pack. Cubs who had asic decto of then ler In the at int.

"I Mnsle e .rf l "ed byDoJtn hoth ods(uatE),a d Snuar (DPa..Me Tah ,ient retm dent observed ihat BThe rmith am o it tr.oo anct he tha t sets-hos
A -- aBaohowould aw tee fyJgewit.) p t thetw The Prealden t was also gi- in 1950, and se then has ap aP ft.a t

Reserve bteey et Altman, C. R. Taht, and J W gare ly deor ated ba 1k54. Cuba t e r Wt. Ormandy said he scored it "asN l to t re ,to2s

.1 nistil a dJ!? At00 gow ent with a non-confidebce presented him with 8 48-pe d ertberries and a huge box of and in Europe. bnd the tcrew. .It
Imumon0be he lg oaTI-- C arke were Cub John Adams, Mallory, Packretel to be used n e turk nk Bach wud write, ifhe cat' bages.t' a
.. h tmalul P, Balboa;Den Mother Mrs. master Eldridge Burton. ack 3, had our Philadelphia Orchestra at The vegetables strk
S4an01111 a to l Mpera Dtuio Gn oer eIMbetter Pack 16, Ft. Balboa; C. R. Crosby, Institution- is disposal.' body, as pefed,1y unneI

Ther ,W a rvc o3 and areglar sesi Dec. 10. r aosnd mor atou people R. H. al RePo resentativeown Pack 4, Dieecre- the t time fFa MOSLEErTms at an
om lA P Yosida e c dolve to rae hene tay o the Natopa pretel Ba- S. has given 800 the MGM lot sl o
o:sf o" ,.. rme Genrdu b The put4 Cubmaster Vint Beeove the yeateam of horses to usnd.r C.

*on !-Bifaaxa. Ci. a l el1On, -or whousowould mor Casthe ttt ey-prem N moving, Until h-e k y re d nde
fio ,* -Lutheran a Am H wding umediately hand f- rozen, to Agusta. Ga., for LMetropolitan Oper I ham en- l .s aFLh
a;are hold a ba ar on mga.lsawJvele m t cudor complete with shrunken bert Mellon, Pack 15, Albrook Aaged Alicia MarkoVa ella'f vegetables SCE CETER
ds" and blown. Pck 10 AF; R. R. Ryan, Cubmaster, dance the role f the Hevenlyextras wh were carried away
w.hanerveAao put.on a shortdemonstratiom. Pack 16, Ft. obbe; R. J. Ar-Spirit in Gluck's "Orfeo a nd
Iy ..'b .'. e.. .protecton I ac lansisc o, Thye hw was presided over nold, Cubmaster, Pack 17, F eurldce whch it Is reving i h Dwto
W"eyDistrictAdClaytch; sad B. A. Thielges, Cub- February.
handlin',eIs.eCervancemeW Chairman and paast master, Pack 19, Quarry Heights. -Te cast for its revivaloRasttrarsworkingi
snreton,dUsrernu and g atspmri, wi carryng o ase f the tuba Council Prosietnit. A er d iffiFL Amador, receiv'edtthe Awardl "Andrea Chenier." scheduledfor production of "Eseap to r
Mayoj make upbchaem- tservema brtihg at 5 s om Tik-'c arryingmuase or ant nI cult job of selecting best in on behalf of their Cubs. Nov. 16, will be made up of Zinka a drama in which r,
-f t the l4bep.rchad.from- ..A1 withus sho .e and in..ch grouping was experienced In the closing ceremoy, Scout. Mlanov, Mario del Monaco, Leon- an American doll livi
ortheataAdult- ,mares. e me e . ti- es- by the Judges due to the tremen, master Mike equette portrayed ard Warren. Herta Glaz, Mildr Thed finish a peoe lmder.
thet e e_ are '50 Pack a to look the part, Cub-Idian hero, and related an Indian Alessio de Psolis. George Cehs- elephant, jusSied pt efort to'tlhain e st
entertalnP .. asters We, B. Mallory a ntd story and then marked each Cub ovsky; Osie Hawkins. FrankVal- region with ,redb bw
SPropram.will al a qdenf lo- A Iaui iI llg'Jltr ri Wiell assisted with the on the ferehead with his advance- entino, Salvatore Baccaloni,Law- ambles off the qta. e. as .. fi
eal lada who ca the 10 te handio rk' .able fdturI ll N N t)m an songleading and seating. ament mark. rence Davidson, Norman Scott, eo the neag. w said : ornit1
nreln redition of epWsnd ot erwelofra pron-se.- ... .and Louis Sgarro. is shot, Dwaneoild6s, to Barbr ae medical stud ._
a. m OW .2o .w1...of p i)llow0 O nnky i a u ,InB W eigh, 3 .Ralph Hunter is the new. direc. vat he le ans ero ltiam I
ooaeph, sy a-61.,Bra IkesL- .. l IUHUIU MMi-e3L b U tor fthe Collegiate Chorale,sue "This mustD 'a 'gag lan le oh

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4fier Joe DiMaggio's Pony League T Los. nge

I o- AI bo, on the roter of tl' .
o Cr..P. 0. ntrm are requested .
By FRED DOWN- 1b ent .man rt..e .
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.NEW YORK, Nov. 17 (UP)-Willie Mays' sal- 4:00 at t se soluit cb-
was rocketed to $25,000 today as the New York he purpose of the meeting Is
aI patterned their young super star's pay in-, to get 4aagin ed withgtie now r
mana~sb and to make plans for,
Softer the great Joe DiMaglo's 8. pract oe, ehi btion games, and .
[""S p ... rse <27,-r hto get resdy -or the co3 g sea-.
fg- ar-o14 Maysa new victories over the Doder with- son.
dupasted the $25,000 In a week, that Stone con-
whlach DIMa gi received tided to another Giant official: TRYOUTS SAT orDA
I he XI 7. YorI 1kees in "Willie has restored the Giants
y ad which served tothei rightful pl ace in base- Tryouts for new players will
tad making ball and I am gain to show him be., held this Saturday morning
e.atKpaid player in my thanks by m ng him a rich at 9:30 a.m. at the Pony League
Leo Duro- imant field In Coco olito: This tryout
.lpub ly and Gant l s for those boys who witi to
have predicted private- The 27-year-old Gomez, a na- play in the Pony league and are
wondrous Willie some tivq of Arroyo, P.R., had a 17-9 not at present assigned to a
wilr match DIMAggio's $100,. record and a 2.84 earned run av- tem. Those assigned to a team
te. era ge for the Giants this year. do not have to tryout, but may
obviously is going to He also defeated the Indians,~ come out and help with the
one of the game's all- 2, In the third gaze of the trials.
stars if he keeps his World Series. This will be. the only tryouts
.. he'll be getting raises held, so any boy wishing to make
on," 'P *1 club presi- Tthe teams must come out and
d.ace Stoneham in an- UeIIIIITI yloutn sshow what he can do.
ing the sighing. At. the Alirboys who will not reach
liae Stoneham announced a F (imdHg their 16th birthday before April
of 18-game winner lol i blua 1s yie eligible to tryout.
Go. fo r an estimat ed There are many vacancies on
Both were signed recent At a meeting of the Fastlich the four teams, so come out and
S B rwoe., P., where they Teen Age League managing er get on a team.
.winteTr. ball. sonnel, it was decided to gold
:M-^.; J the tryouts for the coming sea- fo The Foiwovs
h o: ne dwi the pn Saturday morning, Nov. 27,
fl N "00 ip a at 9:00 a.m. -.
4_ Im rakied Golfing Gosusip From The
'.i 1 7FollUowing a Before a boy can tryout for Amador Ladles
larw S *Ai ln which tthe lea ue teams, he must have 8 L IN Caulet seems to be do a bit
homers and baited reached the age of 13 years on Last week the "Low Net ion t b IEW to the canvs after a a
W5 jump!d'to or before July 31, 1985 and not.Odd Holes" tournament was won assult from eJ er Catlet retired in th a
have reached his 10th birthday by: making Ferrer the French lightweight champ on. (NEA)
before Aug. 1, 1955. Betty Hayttr Net 27 l .. .... ... -
to was raised to $27,- i Ane Wood- Net 30
fourth year and drew All layers that were assigned Barbara Rhodes camp in with
W -yeaincreasesd until histo a nmat the close of last'29 putts to win the golf ball forl*
reached i n 1942. In season must not register for the the least putt.. Kmer Says. He Almost Lost
It went to. and then tryouts, but any lad that has Alne Wood, Betty Hayter and
I fatlO ir q -1. transferred from the Atlantic Marion Tubbs played off the
,a'io t ohelMnts regard side, and is looking for an op- three-way tie to determine w uho "* lyn S r e
,." ot ,[porttunity to play, must register Iwill be the winner iq the second A "n n enes
.a made $12.- Any boy that is attending theflight of the "Turkey Shoot.' o e l a g Ss
Wl. W1 e's-U.S. schools, and is toooldthis BettlHa ter came In with a 04
virtually year for Little League, is able to win the turkey.o-
's-41 hom- to tryout for the League. Also, A 'Surrise-Fun" tournament
a aki 45a players who were in the lay-Is sch eduled for this Thursday. PALM SPRINGS, Calif. Nov. on oours elf for not doing better."
til or pool last year must also reg. A "8ur. rime-un tournament :7 (UP) Ralph iner, cleve- h i
Is e r. high-salaried hoeruchange his style of tt with
thdiursay. nnd's ,ao. tried
M ay'' -- This will be a 9-hole tourna- hitting acquisition from the Na-
rf 'iB er thI-,*' tn ent plaed in. former aim n a 1tt he to hit the ball safely and lot the
or th Registration blanks ma be e d r a al a homers come as they may," he
hi, the ir super obtained from Mr. Michel at.thel tee-offs. will be on both nines, most lost bope of playing in a "r c. e h
S;Jr. High School or Mr. Hot atiCheck in at the club house for World Series before his surprise mder's first word ,oi the
-,a.~u~t aspark- Balboa HN. The blanks must the tournament rules. Come on trade to the pennant-winning lnir was a phone can wrhm
he. auetr second be filled out and returned not out, be surprised and have fun I Indians. I Me ol f d ,gnerl f
MU und rcher ad; Iater than Nov. 24 to hither of After the tournament we will "Every ball player wants to old friend, general
-Ss- rcelipts Aill t .above men or may-be mall- meet at the Army-Navy. Club, lay U that one,. said .a ,m a "I er",!r l
+ Me.H ed to Box 129 or Box 542 Balboa. an the lunaseon will be at 12:- mth last time I seriously -, -t
S. w s ea t ay c 30 ome in our jol fingtogs. thought IMigh mao it oa aid ma no h t
i .lUiP.4m_ .be ..u d.ir a .uligned a number fr the rtry- Pe for he. hamplonsahip with the Pirates.,"- yet *e s.aid.
w.ay rw'lit h outs. Tournament, the Riner, and Pittsburgh finished fourth" a t kow where wi'
ate Don Mueer and the "Turkey Shoot" will be a- that year and theu settled deep i d me, bt hibow w nre a-
:Duke SdA'. As In the past members of the warded, and an election of a in the NL second division de-j the!, outfield than any.
Armed Forces as are al. new committee-.wil take place *rI.e her's steady boeas thi oWe b e sal G
.; Mswep 6f ways welcome, 0 meet the after the luncheon. Please proAs In 1953. the thingneufe," lelai d he
Sbe "thinking about members rats ..seloanmother s-leels edt-ierise
new committee. -end di to wi onlyr
S 'g -Diamond is the fa ats peast hopesI, man.
S. th-e diamond that was asstgned f mala Ma, tihe C, who ted him to
hiu _. 'te" the Ito .the.Pacific Softba ALeaguei Vu IV UUU1UI Clevel ."The only ting, wich t-o ze,
a and. w ton to last ear, and I adjacent to the "It' the filt reay good The only thinwerh aboh trou "e
'a IWO- ft* rally good- Pe r ahe w ulthelmove in the feet
Pobe Liatppelicationd. ink p --a Se
YOU.Comeqc k ao the wgghave to learnia whble
tt he.peak of. ys by gt o nur application n major" aid la n- w set of pitchers in the Amer-
gpnsou r-a early and "mtP t n lace on Otional League *bf pwav '.- "'e Hsdon llright& against
r v .era on.the a oryh salaMr ,them In exhibition and in the
WASHINGTON Nov. 17 (mP) Only 32 yr R, ear. sadno much about Ier 'bell
-Puerto Rican ilb, to Osario he was in "s w e ad ow msai. .t .+ thef n
Sf aside-tracked e cOme a c could e iIo reason a h much" dfe rtho -

In the second feature bout -t "An ouIdn' tha te~- --La crmN;-
the evqnlng, Gene Woe'- er seasol, beafstacid. was littldi-
9t o-'nightbyPedu a -u Ywith ahetr b.4m--..Y..woldHeav matrony,'r en.trw

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the bout on a tO when Ms wayr s look back s (takeit ou t
Aonent was unable t. come outN-
on. the second r eound. wof epo rts _. n M.

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It had pvosy announced 0pW" .Coh p e.
that the prontset Invasion of :
Calfornia bma gm -it felt ere raita
would be ascued a the hd Id 1 ,ToeWO
tonal Leami annual eetingwith the to mrt Co
in New Yo DI . ll. Bo&-_atan va. -
The newpapermsad It learned shoaOldiS eo -
that the specel meeting as, urn 1 t .oon- "hetpe .
called, itl publicity, to oft- -
set poble tohe Amer- c eli could age Mdy Saddler, U.S.A., a.las
CajiIagu =t'Mand to 10 clubs Vermdesion non ,
at the earll0t possible opportu- ied coatwa i, dContndea n-- Percy Bautt
nit. s cording to th-e tateCs. V.%A., T6ddv Dii, L.SJA.,ro
The Herald-Express quoted an Among theo today Moran. otCba.
utidentil e baseball club head yr Robert K.dr-y of Lughteight:
as saying on a. long-distance l- New York T Co- Paddy DeMarco, UBA. chtam*
phone call: et. m iAon, o. orn- ofon., .
"The Mati nla L Co- Contenders i Jmy Cartr
,t.rminOe_ ,to g the p ssi7on esenting# ith &-e A..- U JLA Du, ullo' l, Ra lph,
t eto te teri c tinS l Bt og' Af latter of Dupas. USA.
terltm AmericaJ .O ow'tas if" the Welterwoght:
al f* a .. -ia---- -eAG L s i
An e of geng and M. tsre of Ptance eA- John Saxton, USA.JL, cham.
Majo 4 .4.r baseb, were- renting _he ur.pean Bqig ption.
never brighteri-" fc. Contenders Carmen Ballo.
Thi eommitteemen said the USA., KMd Oavflan Cuba. Ri
f. our bodies hed agreed to ign mon Puentes, UA.SA.
As formal rt of each others
W 1t decisions. They -added that there Mdleweight
S .'. would be greater a reement b
---- twteen th v awo tan o Cad Olson, eSnj.--U.pl ..
H-IGH H.OOL BOYS Dt oa..gt -eMg! tit* Com. USA,. Plrr gLe unl, trance,
VOLLYDALL mitte-irtew p a IM of elgs- Rocky Catellani,. Ovaries
DJ vi on .i. ng ch s s. etr Bumes, France. .
DiWi io and Wae e hntp-
W L P at.MIn der of erit, exasepe Lghthea
S Six ...4 1 in the m ewes as
lWreu .......2 1 .667 where -- ,,, t .. tre Archie -Mbore, MS.A, cham.
wk. ..........2 2 .500 naed. T s re ntew* plon. Cntenders-431 Saithb
m7 bey ix ...J.1 1 .U500 ydrw m 4. U A.- ] S- VSA.
Bombers3........ 1 59 .333 PlnM F.fleeaiLL."
jets ............. 3 .000 The co tte s4 It did not hal.
DivisionB"--' Int el At to, ae .that e Ain Vbt.
Tigrs .......... b l i must des d their
t a __contender.s. In or- Roy k arMo, ..US. ehad-
Rockets ...... 1 .66de of O bat th.at itol pl
Wildats......2 1 .667 take precanuons apalbt .the lonted as-l bvaldes, c-
Thunderbolts ...2 3 40fb iO
1minel ." O 2 ps u over. .- ..t41 .. Ila Br.,
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Clarence Small's Flying Si x
took the lead In Division "A" of
Ithe Boe gh y' vo -
ball ag wita.om -om-
behind 1-14 videT over Robert
Miuews VfleetH Aw#s r

end's 30 to 10. The
t ers of Fincent tults scored a
brUllant. 14-18 Victoy ooer Ce-
dric Balley's powerful Rockets.
The girls are smashing away
in the High School Girls' Ping
Pong Tournament the best play-
ere of which will aeir t 4
Boca ininter ool play.
Cecila Parcment debt
with a 21-17, 31-17 ?Terdtwt
Dorothy Dandrade, ,Carmh,--l,
to Bugen"e LeA on, bounced
back with a 21-17, SI-6 i v.rPy,
over Genevieve MeCWre. & ao
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Omn of thebeat ri- os ewraabout the litte Peo-
the ll bnd s PeMbpl e y d x .me who tal.W ..
r a tor alivingl In ahortpeor .o ie -.Cy Str".W0
1i0t Modes tl otny IS wnB e a i eita*t&. tr T ileb t ro o -
l^BU. la.oCiy, CBilnSmte, ca OSAM, comn.+r0n
movlje '.
Chaley w orks for Santa Anit, a remarkably auccesfulh
r he do e ts AAngel district. rd's beer with the tatk
a tied0.itt startedM. Be doesn't own a in e atsre of stock.
but ie's t title. Mxeeutive vice president. ut you know
wha o I o o thin In some firmms. even the
if-= le t dun bcquse they haven't madethim
president or chairman of the boat, o would, never he. able
Ato e by autoWynghils expression or ening o him tk. On
the .ont,co lar e ms e aer to' show how grateful hea as. i
M _Mtie mOigt otherwise be in jeopardy. TW a risdrather
typicalof. the' -ttle people who work so many yea or the
same employer. '
They do everything o th.e an manerat. tnta Am .
It Is at once the mot progresqe, luxurIous and oompetetly
managed acting house In thea world. May ..of the Itnovatlons
tanenl u today oriented there, includithe M t Jmartest
decision racian has -made In the last 50 years, namely, to aet
up ita owr nationwide pole .force.
And1o last winter inta Anita *bent 'sI Xo000 to put
In a -new turf course, nd considerably more to build a train.
tnagk hk, complete in every possible detail, even to amlechan.
I Q T voce at th fse foh lihne to boo Ataro Wn h rideea ot
S in aieW. of such lavish wor the tousnlM anit to Ipon
r to nnM er ti c to the Ow'fe. 0eman
h Io MI. tk.ftshythe track
bda msn e;,e his simll r the sae atla- he $-ted
"But opt mu Cnherstand, me," ohe qckry, almost pae,.
tically, pvi"d". _i_"e. r 4o a'.t.gh with me:

Even If Charley doesn't wear the leading brass of presi-
dent or chairman of the board, hits fmiar with the track's
"Odd% one o the basic. r o ot S"Banta Anita's ate-
as," h r d, "whe recalled, he so to ma' e people pay to
se te t aces.
"li wu ain exact reverse of the thinking n those days,
which was to disthbute paeam by the thousands and count on
the betting for practically all the revenue. The more passes.
thmore people, the more betting. In general, that was the
theory .
Th"Ourr rectors reasoned that exiting as, attractively
preseted, would constitute a show, which, in Itself would be
worth paying 1W see. One day NM,00 people paid to get In. Re-
tmoa f rm admissions now approidlate $2,000,000 a year. Every.
body PRYO- Ven'my wife has to pay."
What: wtb on thing and another, Chartey must have a
hard time making both ends meet on his unpretentious salary
of $40,o0. G ,0004 m6ney for Sunshine Park naybe, but for
Santa Ana, peanuts.

Actually, the estimable Dr. Charles Strub, who came into
racing on the first bounce from baseball, is one of the highest
salaried businessmen in America, if not the highest. And the
only reason he doea't own any stock hin the West Coast branch
of Fort K Is that he dealt his majority holding to Various
membr of the Du fa0ly sometime ago.
TO MI suDe o one gets e wrong impression of the good
d Itr, t sould be firmly noted he is not. the type who
a of hia accmplments, and about the la thing he
would ever do Is discuss i personal finances with a reporter.
However, the reader assured the $400,0 per annunm figure
is very much correct.
The doctor declined to be drawn into a dIescussion of the
Jc.kfl 4100 proposal to put most of New York racing under
one tent as a nonprofit operation.
"What It York doeas- is certainly none of my business,"
he said. "RQWevar, I'm oppospd to auch opratiMs op cafloal.

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SCity d the road is real

l @erto, baeal bugs .from
'ato trave 3 mDuls tO

-Th thA.euc wil b of as
S a Mayor Stan I.

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thaifld lno the lan tak t pled
city would get the AthletIsc'I
area want to see dward te bi
laue ty the l sNlr-e ai e .

fielder with th b es Ch o club of
the American, Faderia and Na-
tionalhe lea ves the managed n
the mnorsafor years developed
tular, wit a doincbudlng Red
to hander.C ma r e a bak for
Sfeel toward the fanWester Athi
ares will want to see ali the big
l ue plaentry they ca,"st two a r.

ha aud the owbert. so
headaches inantiady that Westrn

saving wod of ti6t out h m
Assoclatyos St. Joseph in par-

to erC may provide a break for
Stn Joseph club officials. Gated

th the New York. e t-
Dutc wh = ag_1 wa an gut-
Thl rapathy toward the Western As-
sation entry thae. last two years
has aused thes rs totso many
headaches finas been no offithea

an In w, the a t. affiliatedph
with the New tol" Yankees
thrould orgh wouding agrate u

the Western AsMotfaon i
This year, ony 43WOof paid theirA
way Into the park and 12,000 of
those came on three special

lasses this year totaled almost
$15,000. The season before was
While there has been no official
action on whether St. Joseph
would or would not operatedin
the Western Association next

orlinal-Ma-t-Ml le ts
Writtesntor NIA Brvlee
QUESTION: A singe- wing
eamn was penal three times
r an Tgalo I count-
Id seven men t me and
mr. be t have
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NEW YORK, Nov. 17 (NEA)--
Robert L. Blackman I a newerI
name in the line of superior foot-
ball coaches.
And there is an unusual story
behind the success that led pud-
gy, 36-yearrold Bob Blaoknul to
the University of Denver whereI
hIs good fortune has imtltlplied
In 1987, the personable Black-
man was elected captain of the
Southern California fresh e n,
only to be struck down by polio.
Youg Blackma turned to
ooachg sad champion sUenee,
hiZh o o and juior college
te led him tar.the Univ
eof ver, wchim- h pie-ed-p
off the football floor in two years.
Blackman had quite a selling
Job to do since Denver lost seven
straight Skyli Conferencee
Imes 1961-and ~ a one-
!ive and one tie mark last season
to deadlock for the cellar.
.Te meteoric rise of the nio-
ueers h" Rocky Mountain region
fans talking DU football as never

rev~r Off FnntbaI .lFlnnr

of'1955, and he mved,from an- while he was bifbng someone else,
ter to guard. the remalnng. opponent were
Denver's trigger man has been greatly relieved wien -he was
Harold Fairly, a 150 pound sidelined. lackina never puts
tightl-wound package of skin all his earrt n ne bag Iow.
and. bomes who Is ob y *the ever, and bounced:baek with Jim.
most colorful and unpredictable my Bowel,, a junior who c m-
performer ever to wear Red and listed 11 of 19 pases against a
Gold. Brham YQun- varsity that
rank 19 in the nation in. pas
Rusty Fairly r a n the quarter. nation p
back keep rpm Blackman's V """*
formation, a split T. with the. full- Ralfbaakt Fred Mahaffey pad
baeek up to either side of the quar- Fred Tescne, end Larry Ross and
tetack as a blocking back, so tackle Ed ,lorvat, whom Bla-
well that he was dubbed the Mad man call the best lieman in the
Magician. The little fellow was league, stood out. Ross is a sz-
minber four in the nation in total foot-tve, 23-pound target.
offense when he suffered a knee
Inury in Denver's seventh game -A dbpen others were thrown
e wishla the rattling Fai' Into th fray when it was time
ly- sothng-but the best of k pick up the marbles an-: ,

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had for money loes, .l
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to take WoeoWn from the wam a,
for Andy M. vuwks
thecp1 econai rt r

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Weulred MU Cuter
imdued.! a Uan h.lt ew". eo
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test with Robll' o B.^,- aB ^oma n .- +-_L-_
malde -ke l ,history f ni | 1
oe of the dandy oUe leNavr -' y J*S:r
faori b S ati00, M.-.hu*o

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& ..mulste 42ter trat 2tonaM ot Inegot. n P. p.tmncea. lode ,aid be a o
whe 3Qe hp *ee nw tttiwtyvrin f O aspt- "A
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*admn e control...rL The aecretar e dstatnt wap Octotter, l9S8, fora hip tlon seond __ -__ -_t Wd _
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'with the Unit tates. ous clotta on the He sat Is three feetr eight inches vust. C B. of t o- b the
ptbe emo salM the Tayhewi Of a Coaugn1ntit attempt .to co u t he hs A5 pounds. Her ew at 4 athe e a d.ensure tura n
Isagdgsome aid tfo*& bt % he, trm ndowoui mean bli- Spp ancei 4eucalt butug her and W. qrt r., o( al; toa te i day-
oaad *seur er i lit U tith this country. health iC notr aanl the fodnda- Oa., others one an j(% e t w..
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a an.bd-t eAe amid b icto-i the -,oiU. .o d- t ad e e ,v a w a
d ol d mft t pr inger an, or. t?"iaen dm. n I".
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TI S othoue a .lO r tul oi en e g oodA HLe aM Mr, t.e- feet, e t inches. Chales 3. 3 O t o
erEwouw mean 11w- sw efac 4 jc;, but her BUI, W.W.nYg'udqrf tr., of Bmu t .

fA.ound s- o l w- N da. ): :O -a pt. o 'wea.
Fe.Star ev, o Aske w t *. ip ie a oa a co t wit te
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