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in's Press Cries Shame
i Churchill's 'nd discretion
S-Bant- This anawwrf course was. not 'May 5th, 1945-In the North,
an as st ong A Churehill's aElsenhower threw in an Ameri-
Tusy speemb. But the rafth can corps with great dexterity
imilate*r was.tt through .with to help Moutgomery In his ad-
M4 Wt today's written reply. He con- vance on LuDfeck, He got there
te the t ino ru I s sse to Silver- with 12 hours to spare.
MI%'"an a question: "There were reports from the
Smay also direct the jhon- British naval attach at Stock-
arbleM member'a attention to holm whlch we are testing that,
Sthe reference to the Sto In according to wedish informa-
Denmark n4de In a meaige ant tion, the- Rubtans have dropped
^ o..i-.,. few days eartleto f teign parateutlest a few miles South
St cretary, ofhich e olow- of epenhag n and that com-
SnSlg extract was op nm t atle have ape4red
ab a a o of the as volUme: thmr -
AurIred *t0 .
PW Ow of the
or: Americ AltQ(M Sifting
Down To hrke inneis
his aI aMto
. 25 (UP) The United S tat
o to Rusia for help to win tie
Simpisoned by Red ChinM O
dying a tose t price the
the *Aned arW
t of the British
clucked or ex-
I "shan'e." I-tt
NUB SI&mum. 5m.
11"L German ar-
AtIw to re-ol-
Qet=mi troop In
a bland writteil
t message to Gen.
r has already beun
r s(pa le
m uab Tgar o t
have great need of
.cay and even now
be of uate, both In
espe'aly t4o Italy.
p1Mb radar aserpen, we m -he
rfomanned_ o~m rte
d ors sad ea llmen.- -a.eA ale
te s it e o ~agna epm r
trhte sa out the eanttalflon
tiere with their wi taking
atgged relief triae (ot their
lhi i .tmr 61ner0 0M.
SChurch sercea were hel o d
throughout the Army, Navy and
AT lonet commnad ,
Geriees mmha hsflt-.Rht all-
aMt with feverish titty of.
S O an" P's, began erving
the fall turkey menu weel.e-
l t noon a with Mde tables
laden w1thall the nuts, fruit,
nlu .up a Zd fo that suppe-
mmentthe Utetonal Amercam
The offieal menu wa stand-
ard toda y In every command.
ftresh -shrimp cpktah wi it
sauce, lemon waters and crack-
era. Roast tam turkey with dueaws
in, giblet gravy and cranberry
ae. Mashed and glased sweet
Buttered lima bean., salad,
. Opens Tomorrow
iThe cefnt .alrng east-
Sno wiU.pe a tomorrow
Theisalfr this time Is being
run to fimanue the Panama
I sooer football team's trip to
Cots RSea to partlelpate Is
* the Central Amerdea cham*-
iThe ai 1 I feature the
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Fore-In tnw L 2rp-"Thanka-
(Geat/suedaen. ie 6, 01. 2)
iper Cub, F4mnd
A meilcan tII ey Young
and h isfs1 lper. b W
found safe on a~a6ac near Bue-
naventura, Colombia, by an Al-
brook search plane yesterday.
The light aircraft had been re
ported missing from a flight to
Ecuador from Panama, and was
the object of a two planasir
Young was spotted on a beach
65 miles north of Buenaventura,
?Colombia by an SA-16 from the
26th Air Rescue Squadron plane
piloted by Capt. Ralph Base.
Apparently bad weather moti-
vated the pilot to land on the
beach. Young reported he was all
right and intended to resume his
flight .as soon as the hheav y
,The rlght plane was en route to
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A meican C l n Th ugh1 psrebut neverrepat .nd
FRghting Revolution On Thanksgivi Motr ToM
EDITOR'S NOTE: In th e is our4tn, & isere is always There wre enr two Srand. *
year 179', drig tLb ,Amedean encug Ato.us all to do. All the n .motens.ite by side. They are f
Revolution. one JOIeba SmAh baking df pies & cakes was done always hanmiome old Lades m,
of Massachusetts wrute a letter at our house & we had the MI but now,*apy thought, they. I"
to her conUmS, uadE oven ated & filled twice each
giving an accept of j t day for tree days before it was
' all done, everything w as
of her letter, JIaa; copiljt GOOD, though we did have to do
ef a I her dtaye a bdg sme without some things that ought to
have bandd t d be used; Nter Love nor (paper)
Tpkanksglvg was eau.. a Mone eo IaRy Raisins, but our
tiae-.oonred Amei r ehday good d chates dried without
when Juliana deac d hers the pitsdid almost as well &
175 years ago. Thisall s fom happily Uncle Simeon still had
"We Gather Togethex: The Sto- some spies In store. The tables
ry of Thanksgiving," .. Ralph were set Jn the Dining Hall and
and Adelin Linton. even that big room had no space
to spare when we were all seat.-
ed. The Servants had enough
This year it was Undae Simeon's ado to get -around the Tables &
turn to have the dinner at his serve us all' without oversetting
house, but of course we all help- things.
ed them as they help us when it
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN'S "FIRST THANKSGIVING"
wo n Ianu5eawr tuan ever M
happy hSA were to look around
apeas g s y of their descend-
Uncleri& nt Simeon presided
at moe Tab-& Father & Moth-
er at toe other.
Beside us five boys & girls
there wge two of the Gales &
three ,uers besides J ames
Browqe 4f, J phraim Cowles. (Five
of the liat-named seven, were or-
phans taught and in all ways pro-
vided. for by Parson & Mr s.
Smith.) We had them at our ta-
ble.-because they could be 'best
supervised there. Most of, the stu-
(iCptianed on Pase 6. Column 6)
BY RALPH- LANE
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At Ise,4. WrfSSb^ w ae. weydtj&.y bud
ptIo Snrb e ^di u amdAbw /it 4 (mer Cl.y qbis~iu y e ott
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To Free Son
WASHINGTON, Nov. 25 (UP)-
surace the government is doing
everyth ing manlyy po s s b I e
short of war to free 13 Ame.
jailed in Red Chna on bous spy
The White House telephoned the
message to Mrs. Hurley L. Baum.
er, of Lewsburg Pa., who ha
been trying for iwo aysto con
tact the President about her sem,
MaJ. William J. Ba her. Mrs.
Baumer said tWe message raised
for hopes for her son's eventual
Baumer and 12 other Americans
ment formally has branded as
"trumped up charge"
A wave of b .e esiment
swept the guntry ieuowlag the
That feeling was intensified by
a Red boadeast yesterday say-
ing the Chinese have tldled or ap.
turned 1 American and._Chnese
Nationalist spies, including 1S
Americans sent Into China since
In the pr4sdaial message to
Mrs. Baun er he use of "peace
ful means" .was stressed. She
and Mrs. Arthur Moore, sister of
another captured iar, Bad tried
to reach the chief executive him.
White House Preu secretary
James C. Hagertya d he told the
President of *ael ess and then
retued Ms. Bruser's ecsalli
which came wvbo. the Prsddmt
was meeting with tstop-evd Na-
n l utg Cfape which pro-
sumbl liiBd the situtid
a HierlsY d ]"e "ga Mrs.
S .11 Ame
W uTo .
it Sam i n -. "
The Amedca. oe a.
tertay wee Among ,
handed prer" for proeauti
The uA St.ate ae
ordered oowen to
strongest posle pl
Shun Ting as Mson a
arrange a meeting
action took the l
usual channel through
labh Legation In Pepig.
Consulate sources sd 1
ly documents sent here
Washington for gulia
the tet of a statement
The vebal,.t was
ed to eHo. a
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I I THE PANAMA AMERICAN
flN5O AND PUPLlSHEO v TH3 PANAMA ApM1iMN PRES. t WC.
SOUNDED BY HNELON CROUNIEVELL IN *ID2
"HARMODIO ARIAS. BIT0R
ST H SISTr P. C. BOx 134; PaWf R. or P.
AL TELEPHONE PANAMA No. -.T746 C ,INEs)
CAWLt ADonaM. PANAMMRICAN. PANAMA
ddLoN OrrcFI 12.179 ClNTrAL AVENUe UETWU9N 1lTH AND A TS THU T.,7
I I FOREIGN RKpNUNiMTATIVEi JOCHUA 5 POWER. INC.
StlCPAM A AMA3AN- a ANi
~~v, WI-re Grateful
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S345 MAiis ON AvR. N.w YOR. I dN.Y appr E "L
ONE YEAH. IN.AOyANCL.~. The businessmen of, E.x op. tr t S.PW Ia
S r 5 Is YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN might be more gracious in the r.
manner with when they take our
A.IL--. b hundreds of millions of dollars. It r.
SVILE plad bsteelin our Pback.o .t
They appear to believe, with a 5
S o singularly unpleasant losed-mind- i
-ed insistence, that only they have Resins
The M3l Bes is eapyes prum for readers of The Paumsm American. problems. Should we 2itimate 14 I 200
tem re a lmved .gmtfelly and e, handled In a wholly confidential slightly that we have some *lt-. B* a: r s a
~t cuties of our own, they turn us nia
If you entribute a Iser don't be Impelent if It doesn't 'ppeor the into blackguards trying to blud."a- ntWt et
sot day. Letters are published In the order resolved. geon the world with overstuffed A en -r- Was n tol I
Pisne try to keep 4 letters limied to one pegse length. money-bags.t r
Identity of later writers Is held in lestri e ufideneu. Not too long ago, for exampleWN o3 as 0 e wa
This newspaper eassaoe s responsibility for utateml ti opiaens i n wandering scross.the north oI- touariy i t r .btid.
ed i le from reader. Italy, I discovered that hundreds i di the aouse a s i e
S-o- of millions of dollars worth ves. siust
Co rZdRIVILeGES American mitry orders had bren e er lt e t r M" t
I understand by the grapevine.that Panama, n 'their talks p mrnn d by members of the te fU.Sa m etliot
Sthe u. Government, Is askips for the elimination of all of Labor. orders were for i has thi t w YS'
-,;rivileges of employes living in the Republio of Plasa. weapons for which we pay and rt Vi P
I realize they mean well, but only a fw businessiauefwould then give to Italy, Ve. 1ahlag Numbers G
profit from such a move; as usual, t9W eVqrae bor Yo man Shortly after I began asking a
would suffer. If they succeed, this is bound to :-ffet te eonu- cautions and fill"a stories the .a.
mic 114e of the enire Isthmus, eliuinati g at least 2000 jobs pentagon cancelled 0 redn t
S that's only the beginning. worth of such orders which ad t e
It Is bound to backfire Remesu)er the reertond been placed in Commie-manned
of the Rio Hato deal a" few yeay~ -6b Well, tleyad .eter plants and shipyards. Strategy ae- ie htem fr b.It. ea
stop and think a little more before making such drastic de- nere, if I can insmUate that what better than a Jeomny-oome-ately his as a gshid for
mands, as this is sure to have more fpr reaching eofects we do is premeditated, was to shift" v'i press dent whose wayeie r tOe D vA
3 .--qsaerver the orders to plants where non- lemrely Oe tf rey .ew ito
Ccmmils .wirk and so bolster N N. la acts n-in thePaag al
Italian democracy and capitalism. pt s o wingo lute ofth
SAnswer to Previous.Puzzle If we wait for the accolade of .ono..ofwthge contractors witne whom
This and That anndustralists,we will have ntrators with whom
4 AORON ow identlal tie t. The Italian aI- treated the United States under te ao- that.
1 Tit for- 1 Bugle call Lustriaiests attacked us for so- -uh ree at ebert I a
4 Not a ait 2 Region ion. "I Sole," official pub cation ver, and he has the previous H
the wprld '.3 Most ms. of the Milan businessmen, rapped-s oma probes of Congress to prove It. er sn,
MA t.us:-can also show that Hoovierc. te S= == e,
-8 Meek as a 4 Antic alThe question naturally, arises ple ig nored congressional a JeBar ., MDI Sai Ma
12 Et without a to what the Amerian rulers are a gs of Red speis tt wa
r1 Ei rhyme or after with their policy of orders en d, he proposes to turn the EB a t I
13. ouitdrinksoMaytheywanttexers=*G a ndpas I 0LSO Cvil.Sevic..Com mis sio
14 Century plant 87aWor ont dustrialists"ras down to t the tmth rein
Ce ntur ., ..., de.Narrow t roads ge th t as
S 11- and ink.gots Maybe we Just don't Ie Coa- the security riaks which t Re-fe u
1I Rustics 10 nes 25 A bright -48 Worthless munis. suablicans say they have purged e s
.18 Makes 11 Tufrkish 26 Salling vessel (Bib.) The editorial then goes on to By505 IARKvernme He ex
unhappy 7 Counterparts 44 Fish sauce tell the world that Communists e prove at about one-half of these Wh apin d a se.
20 Repoes 17 Mountain 28 The test 46 Distant majority in the Italian labor --led security rtake the Repho. le ws hi So-
2 AZ Of--of ridges LaInr (prefix) movement and the ,-- E the fr at
Scant help It. Well, we can,"wth Y ranpa tdea house up. nd the ,udi- orwasat beam or.b sagso M1.a spug.eeno they fBred actually wareSbt h 7 tt
aenm 19 wdoSeaportt in Trled 47P enameof ls W us M on as 75 ars ago Dr ousen t't rne ar "T bee steps reg f rlor D es p t ot tat o ted tha
:2 Individuals Portuguese Stair post Charles Lamb rolio. We just wo atro ad h7 a o to air. had o ut the ower re wantseo Dtm andt h Jse ta .a,
S- S rcpa a Is a nd heo r b lled o l8 town hair. w ool o h d o b t t e
4- as a rock India U Bed canopy 48 -down the lr prvle For that we need aled Subca nt Neoh Caro. These old houses wear all bult where ihb h the th S at oratise coowerat rea y want asman were y 0.., ha
o upiv an effort to e aled o m.ate loes In nutt a en awae. here swing on w cdh my mother and wneore AMiomor and p thl tl
2Me or t doint Qnaton wa, bwWip cnate. But was an such n oew l fr ools- her sister swung as kids. ie f orfslapping a sic soldier. But "ou .ur
n u e 2hThro uthe gh-w pa tho C osoti seess. oase twere satun k oni d1 The kitchen, where old Galena ey don't expect an apology than be '. t-r
wboe he da owa mestioM tuist blvd h a shingle o r at- s lee mt..a eT old la- lowlengwoodautove, hen't haudpn thetnd to ahead w their "Dt tou vewts.
prole a tich th h di oo ood I hbelbeve, but diel, r te ',It r aa now' s n or sn n wat we use rte rSenates ee e.f be .t\ll
SdiethoeW.~o n ue a me s vi e d asethte a e teai ourric1 Dowhb th re .icle the beIcnetesrt anatb o s. eI w0t ro wa
n, te muhve Iyd asabat e u t fo
Est Imaye 0i t odinat e wrwwt n ste war n sa fw and w dea o a is hs oen 4t t-aa, t r h w l .
dbuidess.toIt-o rb e t s ahe wofret ed do1 a1Thel1f Btc roeWWIImet O Rrheicans hand Ie tbekeo te famlT e iden 'e nes
et which o. D*month Mssa. a he It-ember fromld myoaseto It b aick mre a d land abla te t hao oa d a i m, a te'r s m aste bg m be
.Thricl whc hlp. may abomara l glafoft sm v a as mod8n1:eyr S a1 i rnlt o I itugo fa o but ae i the rou.les had "tbue hhou s thintbde o e Inen
w e rhavebi domestic emplrymt westillotosiotahead0-ir
phi Thh m om look e Oe fish nse t la w m owe, a y must hav se 0 It ef -0UP T\s ,TY c
.rosan thd Ibeians Inow." l e e sfIonw ho td
the col ha ued IhIe II i work "After I %etire I alag to rsl thce A ei iwm8ow-e
sn um w. topw h nMAw ar1scuI00 $e h wigth: wind wapa h lousk ItT bla. o
L the woth ers. 1 D o t l ad of I8ato011.-IThepe as wered aar U. c I thedbu o sarrn I
the othr ay, dee resent thPe caomis coast an Ah s ad alar
m4eeat on tbhe par osom raits te te DeOl oNemleo thia et c rhei -"rtback Ijnro thenwfatclSI e Na e
lton h ussIa e trn, saefno- to e ow a wv inae some iturs mIn naISt irn. or w.Tft worokne das at b A We oseu
edp the ta t agonha dcr gal.. ong.lke sraip t old ma' house back bOms ohlpas1 ebg
own, stt-ls orde o ss-i i sn adkokn rsgloosethre a to beheld.WhbyIt dodi whe"you threat ti a olaone- .of thegt
Ahsen.ri th wpo t eta n vokta lawnc ...mower TV..irsRideS a rnn DI
ro er o.rdoe n JaIm thoses.ih -gn-g. I' tep' lc
The-m: 'a et r ue ongI nlasteace iewber bbn-thatbhishwoweld
t s on whh they hare d undr one tlh the yiao thepUb fatpne ouste sttsWean ia, ao.i bi m ono t r
beare he ue eoly seh to et e ot oo thane eat ae thue wh le the se soso
Se Y to aut bol ealh deehlopne nt lnost oth l oo ld, with no a of ra rd nscartwheeloV4omakeworkststonrd
m an-w an Tradn tr ,res tn c s.- I a at i0iesion sea Grndpma ha vbenn le N the t tnr
dd ge ar onteBritish ieEt few ad ut thaet o Itsel aome nth ardyi heue pcn athte sands but key e fAm mein tow ld,
thaeArmoes bwal o two rine ha ns wiron C.sed th h But s o n e eti ed ta r ad as sas seet oa- cep u wt "
ipp--ARknsia ina. Tiscor.anty o anandw me tuborns Inta.Ia no lw rokwa the tir e 'ochiasdree. sp
hauei theNwortadNewe .' oral toonguVtlosT
adulhWf andDrt dok, a thaCooSke mta- lar"rpt Brownin. eHswo
Mot gseveune anufacturPnCee nbithever wasInApo.Kn a opntedie
ofoM a r wr.Dephishe. ogan mioo dn. bo we r w th a, booklet o n h ow t -a, l,.
.lknow dlth es .. mIt eyaree aaondIknote omnitooeat wheasigtween I a ne d r hl aveI f h Ie oe
S;e;cdehaveeusedstheworkthes -disbrloel d.1 whitd cane 2n8pOe mea
-e themselves- n tce when the p y with public awd .
,/ a- iiii~ii4flst entRedAiipiuority falaw "or rMfww to IBut four Io OM
FMINE SLVER PLATE I I-r or (O ft.O ctof te Snate -keep fmo t elfGarmner
M now hospitamw lfor sa 2. asSpeker a th Reas.BW
Cah'7D61a Vegetabcle Dishes Rum"
Ita"p"i i A:i ICu mI... I I
r Platters *-. I
BEster Dhshes Gravy Boats-A-
Ipau isorder- -r '-1 Delivery a $tP A.
Hea Rfll.m t n The
st a that camepto
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S. -, meeting were in talian.
FKEEDOM METINY: The# c s erew members Polish trAwbistad safety in W6lIyV '.eioirgcoupe pg or
Enlasnd., after statg-m utflny,.then fyiagdistressignalsUt.*ttrt. attentlPn. '.th ure, 4bilg"nply t yno
*. P *'C rectSy wbfm their picture
for freedom to the port 6 Whit- # A I was too edk to stand, %the. huain lfa is saMee18 were-being takef.
by laid me on a 14ading platform ateot.b tampered with. l Ag was given in mar-
three ae Poles escape from hoged me albft .to daylight," -
anotber f -.l g trawler on a four-Ahe explains.
foot square hatch cover, a r.e For a few timtaBumg seconds.
washed ashore near Newatlp. i sw the quayside, the Tower 04
They had been, warned th* the London Brldge-thun -the pay -
w o.u ,be Inac.hi_-gned In the g rj was lo& r _ed ._a_ deck, a'd
SWhile the "tristed" comrade
Assigand to guard, him watches
'ithe Phabtom in Rue Morgue" in
a pitish moie house a stewrcd
from the Polish .Ber Batoy lives
him the .al, takes the edom
train to lonoM- "
He. is the .itweth man &to
"jumtp" tbhe 9 -a British
port. The oatery, webl- smug-
gled RAd. Stooge Gerhardt Elsler
out of the U.S., has been black-
listed in 1.S. potts. Today it loses
crew memiters almost as fast as
it can replace them.
Wh :o.they do it? Bik their
lives *ines leave tvae and
children behind them in Poland
tn face an .nnceataZM rt if? At
R bride wore a modern
Ro eb gown of billowing white
t ort tra i crepe a with ader
f per- lenth voll Witas held cloe
to' hAIlr 4 A p of pearls.
e oiK SMiss Pavn nnore a pinkth atci
the fltted owd wth beads
d Ital- and her h Awn sewrety
r ftom Following the ing a re
.(m- Ot"ptilon a hel] at the fash-
: enable Bel-Air Hotei The Ital-
Sper. lan-type menu iatured breast
of capon with "e nd Pier"
"4od written on each -piece at the
Kholr main tUle. A four-layer wed-
eaing ding cake was topped with a
ase of re8. flowers,
r : ;
dral Parish was or ned to the
sacred order of paens:e.
Mr. Renew. who -wa statiomd
In the Canal Zone for prt a
0er it w ede daur.
S to at the wle in d
ti BIo Gbd were the
pta- tZ* .
-e your C
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79111 man with burnw' lP&Qo
tevedores found hi-m,-.
dead than alive, in the hold "d -
the ftre ter Jaroslaw Dbmtow-.
ski. He had had nothing to eat or
drink for seven days.
At first, the London dock work-
ern tried to smuggle him ashore A.
* Bar Top Va.rnish
* Furniture Lacquers
* Sadinjg sealer
* Blackboard Paint
* Automotive Lacqpu
* Synthetic Enameb.
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Back of Chesterfield Bldg.
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stage, that dream is usually
4sed in these wishful terms:
, if 1 cculd only act on Broad-
is to inform all young hope-
4h9 of all the New York plays,
am J actually performed on
street known as Broadway. Ex-
fcr "Peter Pan," at the Win-
dn right smack cn Broad-
i a. pa el ta i theater on
f .m .-emts crossing
Swas pointed out pride- "P E I
.by Kathy Nolan, weo is i" o m .Cmlf
Wendy an "Peter Pon," and used, .
to be one. of these dreamers. ".'m I G .q!s.wo vsi R@r Price,
....nny pttytla "- 3-Broadway,"' I" lg-'m ,a itns
thY. says, with the fulfWlled .admie a Pleasse4Ike f ing on
Sdre skiing in her eyes. the room walI. It Is large
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zII'I brie history television has p*asite ere's a signa.
gottii 'blanied tor a tot of different Ire--ai 5'nree. Hal's the pr.a
msa-, tuaesa. Heri's a man who sucer f "Tt Pajama j ame," aSn
asto thank TV. a known pb uria s s a rst.
IAnd.. ..c .- ase, he lap't.
SThe television industry has nev-; .
er een properly thanked for what i ps act .t Sty rk
it hu dieno for reSiion," says ormre e a fuieii. MSacbi did
Mishop Euto. J.. Sheen, whose DI. a Hidle bit, daubed some rherre.
Mont program is an inspirational a ..lines there. WhI Price
higbspt of TV programming. He arried, it was all dae. 'Exept
refers to the time made available fo the signature, which he modest.
fao rglighni telecast, time which., l added.
be feels lsufficfent.
S' T, Calling all. Liberace. fans: It's
S. TV Toppers about time you realized the lucki.
GEQOG GOBXEL (NBC-TV): est gal in the world Is Corky Hale.
Mock ;-tu] soupt Mmmm- And She's the harpist in his accompany.
you made t with a real live mock. ing orchestra, and a lovely blonde
you made itwitha.- to boot although who'd want to
&" lm ousu e'boot a lovely blonde.
"Iho com nalcations Judus"r
has anae more for religion than While the gals write to Liberace
Alast ay iohustry," ste o isop for autographed pictures, Corky
asys "he only possible ezceptim gets letters Irom their husbands
. to tae raroads-iney pgve the 1r reading in effect: "Send me your
S g a H per cent discount Is gra.I picture-if my wife can have a
tade Aor missaonatrs.upeiat uppicture of that guy, at least I can
.the BtU no o.ter Ind"ury ,hav a picture of you."
ie .is lirm, however, in his belief1 ie. i-i- a t m -
i that als pariuCular program i a os t I .RIn... ,... ...... .
. ,,: rehua. i p.ssram. j &s p1p 0- Plyerand condetor, lout Ig s wal.
as 1 nave at toe umversity tiS 1 l*et bUt the money, In it
ai l 1 was a protasor." And at .* riAt k frm
aust tI alastse as enternainiens, YIW W 0t be
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handingg Refriprate Chilled and General Cage
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Special round trip fares from Cristoaal to New
York, Los Asieii, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York ......................8240.00
To Lot Angerre and San Francisco ... .$270.00 -
To Seattle .................... ...365.00
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=C A-.L event marks a doublea- ti home guest ,AMin C
an" oM ga- dyr *tee the idea of a ichards of New Orie0as.
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e C f tRev. J. T. Chapmoat
rem speaker at the dinner. New Baptist Pastor
.in..rari Mi Rewtote ente r- Arrived This A.M.;
Sf ct idfM ined at a daer. at her Bel Vis-
Sta Om I-nrg Mrs lise do e a. es T. CIa ma *
-, tIn u. d Flerro of Peru who 0r of Coc '
fo. s gest .of' ey m uler, 3- Si r by 11
theS.a.ow ~may. A,A de la Guardia. [ iSoral Jacks,;
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MNMa a Mrs. XA.Rwdes of the At- eco .e' .
ha ftms seb9foeNovoi Na2kwasSi o 16 byMrs.
s' Wives n a e ba turned fr s er three
env1m__myM.byca six weeks ^ trp te States Cp emnt e
AmyNavyCu at FL Rev. Chapman lIa a rnraduate
A .rof the New Orleans Baptist
.,Bid Ads Jieu Theoloi cal Semenary.
As deSa YMCA-USO iamer Ppe BI He will H olt his first service
Oii., I Lakeside 9t C9ocel on Sunday at 11:46
si boa YMCA U10 To .Laes Ie Town a. a
DbSer will be eld Monda'y 6, It hItT R
was fapmmc- tolgyt by Mr. L* CASTELGANDF0O ,Itly, TV' Rad B1o
S-. "- Nov.5 tUP) PopG Plusa IIV s I-R e lUBRonS
P Coun *cil gave the last general audience i II Viu s
rpiaisOConll of h is summer swtay in Castel- IS1 III With Virus
zandolfo last night and made a
formal farewell to digAtaries of NEW YOR,-Nov. 25 (UP) -
W lmres"" theLak tlde vU1lae. Teaevisio e edian Bed-Battons
The 78-year-old Pope, Vho1a was bo**Atied here today with
Farewell Program been almost constantly attended a virus fetion and will be uns-
,' -i .by doctor alace he came hbre ble to apear, .his, regular ihow
'T11 PCaul@o Council winJul 26, made four appearances this we the ,National Broad
ree a. farewa% n program in onthe external balcony over- casting Co. announced.
b -o of .Mr. and Mrs. Manley A. looking the' village Plans. -H .
at the Parao Service leaves Saturday to. return to the N said the Buttmnsa show,I
C .t !0p. 5. Decmb.er 9. Vatean. which is atheduled for Friday,
Mr., ef wll re- wi- gso -ew with a substitute who
S th In the Wet a has not yet beeo named. Buttuas'
S the end of December. WelCOme taOrde physician said he would be able
fhayve been residents of to return next week.
Pnama or W ry half a ce- Float Crushes HS k
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Jt for the llrst success-
9% against cats.
pertrude chatney, Santa Bar-
bar%, Calif., made the offer 'n a
news release received here. Sho
la president of the FOTB.
"Friends of the Birds, Inc.,
offer a prize of ,$1,000 for a cat
control. b which must be ade-
quate for bird protection, that
r ~1s irst ined yray t acteio n
Is first b- WfbytA Y state In
The relea~ ~aitfled that noI
.i ", ,state legislator leligible for the
pris but that it can be awarm-
: .-, .edto"1alypersbn,anotdaIles*.-
.. lator. or any oranizmton'-
,' which induces a legislature to
"pass abill fo cn eat owners to
.n. .,.'. .". control their Pe to safeguard'
tw -M S sT OMkSON of Balboa Helihts preparing I
a oc ript, while tudying tlhs summer at the' T n Hall Art
S colony I d'innesota, went out over television.
-A new exhibit atof painting by water colors were chose to ap- DM w C-alid le
o local artists opmd last wek pe r in the traveling xhibit of t- .
the.Pen Women's Lfttle Gallery the Mianneapolis Scoleof Art.
M5e Tivoli Guest House ir. Ap- Wrs. Barnard is exhibition a WO4 I n mFICe
SThe bletrw re s y'"Pete group of studies of trcplcal 5irds
osopn bo~Balts, past which will be interesting to all a I 1
Zaident ef the C.Z. Brne of Isthmian residents. While her pic- K'J 0s Ul V otes
-eeNational League of American tures are primarily significant for
Pe-'WfaenB, and Gladyis Car- their artistic accomplishment, they NEWARK, N.J., Nov. 25 (UP)
gffI Barnard, of Pedro Miguel, al- are also important as.true studies -Defeated senatorial canidat
so a member of the Pen Women of native bird life. Charles H. ell tayrecta
r Mr Barnard and her husband, a telegraphed plea from Demoera.1
Mrs. Johnson's work includes a longtime residents c the Ca n tic National Cairman Stephen A.
CoUton of water.lors and block Zone, have studied lathmian birds Mitchell for n..hyey to help fl-.
which she painted during as a hobby for many years and nance a Democratic recount in
the ast suner while studying have in that time assembled a New Jerisy.
at t be Town BHall .Art Colony in valuable collection of photogaphs.
and .Marals, Minnesota. Thkre ketche and detailed ayy-day Howte apparently lost the Sei
are. several water colors of (he records of the feeding, mating ani aterace to Republican Clifford
Minnesota lake country and two breeding habits of native birds. P. Case by a margin of 3,370. Th.
.lor, paintings, A. a "feeding station" In reccunt in New Jersey began yes-
SLardea of their ore at Pet terday,.
She Is also showing a group of Miguel, be Bardaas observe eest
prints of on, .-two and three-col- closely the appearance abd hab- Mitchell wired Howe reqet
Ors made from wood blocks o n its of the birds that sop there, ng a contributon of 510 "or oth-
rice paper. Block printmaking is Mrs. Barnard, in combinin her er sum" to :flane the recount in
receiving a great leal of atten- intereb in painting with he; ter- Ohio, where,' Republican Re p.
in the UTited Stales current- eat in ornithology, has produced George H. Bender led hen. Thm.
I1bnd Mrs. Jobnsen was I ven some beautiful water colors and s A. Burke by more than 9,000
hilraction in the proce by Bob sketches. She is exhibiting a se- votes.
Kelly of te- Yale Grap ic Schoo elected group of her work in the "The t, .l..
of Art, foremost teacher of the ciTrrhtt 5how at the Tivoli. The telegram locked like a
art. The exhibit will remain, n the form request, that went out t9
igk honor was accorded Mrs. Little Gallery until .December 1st. everyone,' Howel said.
Johnsen at the end of her work The public is invited to the ex-
thl summer whekt two of her hibit.,
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ARDO LEWIS SERVICE HOUSEHOLD s o
.R 160 Central Ave. J. Fco. a 1 Uo_ Avo,,I., iN
ROR SALE ,0 SALE FOR SALE'
FOR i -.O uartrmster metal SALE-Duto ur p51 FOR SALE:-Weaver Spinet piano,
de t 5724-D, Diablo. Phone Mercury 'sedon in pertWQ oddihtin; Improed action, $300; dining to-
2-4 after 5 p.m. Bargain. 48th Stteet No. 27, elio hle and 9 chairs. Queen Anne style,
... .Vta. ,. ddrk finish, $125. House'8559 Ce-
FOR -G.E. refrigerator-freezerf Vdar Place. Margarita, between 4-6
'2-e Roper gas range, oven, 4- FOR SALE:- 950OIds-88 Dailux e am. Phone 3-1521,
burqt;- Kenmore automatic wash- Fordor, underc.oeted. good candi-
Ser;..rivwore ventilate fian, 20", t;on. Pric. ng Isthmus. THERE IS NOTHING miscellmheous
.: Ph o y3 -158 19 + C a ll _Q ua rry, g | df 4 8. E I N M S lgh u
N& .-581_9. C al a -. ow about the Hot Dogs and Chili con
fOR Slxty-.cyd Admroal re- FOR SALE:-- S'! '44fi Minor, low arne at Cap Brown's Roosevelt Bar.
fri or 8-cu. fi. t jer top 38. mileage, l n House They are classified.
.a 24312. 9 e F"OR SALE:-S193 17-inch Hoffman
F1 $--fLergetrhen-gas sttve. 'l television for sale or trade. 86-
ve Condi-, $40.House FOR SALE':- tr Windsor 7170, any time.
Sa rurdu,53.4457. Fordor- nt condition.
S-A I' Fr SIF YOU LIKE Spore Ribs and Soupr-
SAL E ScOverti raut, Corned Beef and Cabbage,
ble, four .i lottery, Ham Hocks and Lima Beans or a
S '-ra- Es atr duty paid. 00..Bolboa 2- real Beef Stew at reasonable prices,
2916,. .- .' 9omre and gel it at Cap Brown's
Fp S -, C h ur c h building of .... Rnooevelt Bar I corner of 4th of July
C'rh Mission, Gotun. C Z. Con- FOR ECONOMY. tffhs is it: 1951 Hen Ave. and Col Juan B Sosl
taecfq J. C. rewster or S C ry;J, excellent fidition. Owner in __ nd Calle Jan B Soso.
Ted.'"'P.O. Box i.. 26. Bolbooa- Stees so#: "S. it or best offer."
P.O. 193. Cristbo'l. C.Z. 2212-C, Curndt. CRISTOBAL Kddies: Have your pho-
Beotlful lot of lrd on ST & F to taken with Santa Clau Friday,
higlh ground at El Canirpio Devel- LFL J LI" W.3 5 p .. at CRISTOBAL--Toviond.
opm ent, on street adjacent Hoel El FOUND.-A. real U S.-style Hot Dog ATTENTION, Deepfreeze Owners!-
SPanama: 900 ,suoare' meters. p- or H mb u rg r at Cap Browns Fresh dressed chickens, wrapped in
proxilrately 9000 Sc. Ft Prced ta Rcosevelt Bar. cellophane. Home delivery, mini-
sell withoutmiddlemen. Call Pana- -- m.. .. mum of six. Phone 3-2130.
mo 3-1101. LOST:--Lorge male Siamese cat, dark I
r NeTwT-- ,-- t. 3' o~-- brown and tarn with blue eves. Please
-OR SALE-New chalet 3 bedrooms. call Panama 3-151, No. 22, 7h WANTED
near Panama University, C olo a Street.
Highway. Easy piyr+ient THOMAS
..REAL ESTAT AGENCIES, Central Wanted Position Nieenll pn. s
'"A 259. Phone -1069. -- WANTED:-Girl's large size English
ANT D TO BUYGOOD RELIABLE PERSON wants to bike, Girl Scout uniform Isize 121,
T show you the wonders of the Cu- 25 cycle L.onel train transformer.
WA TTO BJY '-- Sinnle office ,rundu Fair, January 14-23. Ba'boa 2-3101.
M'It.f good coridtion. Phone -'
-- ..- din Ex-POW lIk Of US Ariny
finricans All n" m Vienna
ed aoPae 1lQ 'y Reds In Vienna
.vi~~nsNage to his troops sald id
a' W"Tvly, all of ta oI USAEUR' o ---
JA'-riny 5 rop .Command i VIENNA, Nov. 25 (UP) -- An mans near Warsaw in 1943 and
A glnt veanllWit a we have the' Italia freed by the Russians aft.I later was seized by the Russians.
i7 In the 04a1 Ot peace. and or 11 year captIvity said today He said his places of imprison-
rt i. Owcoun- one of his fellow, prisoners wa meant included the infamous
f d -. former U Army' major who Vorkuta Coal Mines, Liublianka
f -- .' tPrsidttt -.'Wa ed to ath fcom Soviet Prison in Moscow, and a slave
.- .'+It w at Vbrehne-Ursjk Bo-
.lett sU d, that hemlet the V.S.
N..... .Though he neyer learned the
r~b~ohbhuir's oate. AuwetJS sai4 We
poe EnrW ithf tn from
J T.,g et on thei o we hea wis18 ": A i
sehudrj iO* ft 1BNOwJfl X -(UP) Rus-
the -m o d't icnigw 'je resi dent El-
: I*ane, l n s a latwar' aso l ato pres.
e o senhower's sue w ar t-our-
golfg fr ldr lpowert Or 2sa te y onfer
vi M.' n Mrs. ft W m
h atte hd o ldetp map ttk -yw tW.
o d e foner to ritish rield fad l n8d hie'no
S YsVisout.-Montgmery, i, te a d in
S er guests who.fle er brieft brO aO, reporting the
t 'awith them on the nwi, posPl at a.d WotielIgton press
S .u Con laon oe "At 'a press oac e yse
I sidebtu W as scheduled resdenMaehower touch-
Urn to' Wuhington Morn-~ rOhe.o hne nations
u ii. owe hp. t thj d the s ,t at ti o d
*H,~ower bl h pi hr~a7. '.'tlenho.w;.-e adad tie o-
r. ee Iolfg- $ro h popcalat, $ ~i ro. n
,'ompanlons-. Xatcaference -withi t
MYU Sate of the Unt Ie&Sts.
T h* s she l"He sIok. ..fom- ..r-power talks
Mr. Gandeth efb te a n' ofthe Lon
lnonand 'Mr.- and Pai .saretments.
stWew York. "But egoti ataon the prob-
t*cry paid he had ntt lof Geai oi feeation -.if
> dVoNPr.e but ttis wtha I President meant
0deafofwakigound tter-.weuld be plpt alter the
*MJse.l -ws ahded 'bO"1vV tfffcstl onw t'16ndon aend
B 0 Whgon 04ad the paris agreements, because the re-
GeSspl no .toniorrOwto nilitarization of West Germany
6 otet.f pad dag It 9mto .mi t.ar y
.. .. ... PETROPO S., 'Brail, Nov. I4.
lUP) -The hqeid of the Interna,
+__ t r exx .... Tulnd Deve wd i- rude It
.a don do t- w ill premO 0speet e ptop -in
sjanto Latino-ABlcnoab .e tie nearfuture" on the plgaosed
: rle is sponsoring r l ea lttrnatio jlj finance cororatlon,
)lJgSaturday it the Clcai" !- EIofie-e keDk, president of the
r at 9:30 a.m. In prd_.kt- saW. told Ste Inter. Ameriean
tuqed ns to. gcoou lus.weonferenceof finance ministers
,l.^ Paqun faoft- 14S-he derived "P sattsfse t i o n,
; I1tr and Af:.P- th 'official'a, Fpe t ,ul" from
.._.. -:."-.. : u p States of t3 e plan.
'vWe in the =a-et to. be
SU ac et in the
SMdeviopmen of project and to
b tn M wy to eific pro.
.- ...^. ,' B'P'^ tO1U in the
S soit, d.
f r:Wold have a cI
believed the State department or
the Army atr-Washington should
be able to Identify him from the
The major was born of Hun-
!arian parents who emigrated to
he United States. At the end of
World War Two the major wrts
assigned to' a U.S. Mission 1.i
Budapest to help work out truce
terms with Hungary.
Later, Boletti said, the major
was assigned to Nurenberg, Ger-
many in connection with the war
crimes trials there against Nazi
In 1948 the Major returned to
Budapest aUa civilian to visit
Hungarian friends, Boletti said,
was arrested 'ty Hungarian se-
cret police, and taken to Soviet
military headquarters at Baden,
Austria, southeast of Vienna.
To Slop Operaling
DODGEVTLLE, Wis., Nov. 25-
(Up)-Circult Judge A. W. Kopp
today ordered a Lone Rock farm.
er'to stop operating a "uranium
,In his ruling Kopp agreed
.with the state attorney general's
office that Kenneth. Crook, 36,
h4d violated a state law which
prohbits anyone, from treating
the sick or trying to treat the
sick without obtaining a basis
ascences certifloate. i
Crook opened his establish-
me1t In Lone Rock last spring.
He claimed he was making no
attempt to diagnose or treat the
thousands of persons who paid
$1 an hour to .t in-a 16-foot
e e !t4 lt'gs~ filled
r kllm.. LU o a r e
with- w orel
whtl. Qrook had Irought from
Artuipa.. *.* .
Kopp said Crook "represented
and .held out that ailing and
sick members of the public
would experience Improvement
of their health or a qure of their
ailments through exposure to the
ore In th defendant's tunnel."
Kopp. aid. "fts Is a very im-
portant case"e sai d uranium
isa powetubaa.l. ctfve mineral
,A "we am .ltu ed by what
P mremes Boll
V la Espafta No. J4
RESORTS COMMERCIAL &
WILLIAMS' Scant Clara Beach Cot- PROFESSIONAL
toges-rockgos. refrigeration, twoa -P3050
bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050. 'i
Phillips. Oceanside cottages, Santa
Clara. Box 435, Balboo. Ph'on
Panama 3.1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach Cdt-
tages. Modern conveniences, mod-
erate rates. Phone Gamboo, 6-441
or Pedro Miguel. 4-567.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished houses on
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
THOMPSON, BalbOa 1772, eve-
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. nt mile past
Santo Clara. Low rate. Phone
FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom, residence:
or Golt Heights as vacation quar-
ters for 2 to 3 months. Call Pan-
ama 3-3605. I
FOR RENT: Chalet, 2 bedrooms,
maid's room, very cool. Poitilla Road
No. 59 Phone 2-2418. .
FOR RENT:-In Bella Vista, 2-bed-
room chalet: Dining room and par-
lor, maid's quarters and garage.
50th Street No. 48. Phone 2-2737.
FOR RENT---Completely independent'
three-bedroom house, living-dining.
room, porch. No. 17, fourth chalet
after Comisariato Via Espofia, Juan
FOR RENT: Chalet: Living room,
dining room, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths.
garage. Phone 3-0771.
ATTENTION 6. 1. Just built modem
furnished apartments, one, two
bedroom, hot. cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Three-bedroom apart-
ment on 45th Street No. 38. Phone
FOR RENT:-Sm6ll attractive apart-
ment iln "Gloriela" Building, across
from Hotel El Panama. Apply Foto
Halcon Inext door). Phone 3-2407
FOR RENT:---APartnent, Peru Ave.
72, without IJrnitue. Naor all bus
stops. Pfo *t3o-062 4, -ina.
FOR RENIT:- 2-bedroom apartment,
screened, for December 1st, $60;
furnished $80. Can be seen -apart-
ment 7, Bellsarlo Porras 56. Infor-
motion call 2-2316 or 3-0234.
FOR RENT .-Modern 1 and 2-bed-
room apartments in house No. 45,
Avenida Jose Frantisco de la Ossa.
For Information call 2-1616.
FOR RENT:- 2'bedroom apartment
with service room, also hot water.
Ave. Cuba No. 58. Phone 3-3329
FOR RENT:.'- Completely furnished
apartment, one bedroom, regular
transportation. N o r t h American
neighbors. Phone 3-047"1.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment, 1
bedroom, in Vista Hermosa, with,
light, gas stove, refrigerator, tele-
phone.o and washing machine, $80.
FOR RENT: Nice apartment for
married couple or bachelor. Apply
Perejil, Ave. Col. Jimenez, house
No. 7, apartment 1, Phone 3-4812.
FOR RENT:- Beautifully furnished
rooms, Frigidaire, private bath;
SMmi-private entrance, b e s t resi-
dentiol talon. Phone 3-0638. Ca-
lls 52 No. 3.
WANTED TO RENT: -Furnished or
portly furnished --bedroom aport-
ment. Phone 2-E12.
WANTED .-Cook-housekeeper, Eng-
lish-Spinish speaking. References
required. Phone Curundu 6262.
WANTED.'---aicd to live in. Refer-
ences required Phone Gomboo
SPE UA H EEK-END
REL EA ;tTIHE
If ChIanh ii A r
They Can%! wzeW
Chlordase at Bothase, C
Which Are EulePleBt er
Agaifst Gra Desutying w
Soil Worms., Give Poor &
Results on the Chinch rug bi
GEO, F. NOVEY, INC. taw
Ave. Central 279 TeL X-0140 wy
HARNETT & DUNN f
DALLROOM-DANCE STUDIO s1
HOTEL EL PANAMA. SUITE I I I
4 to 9 p.m. Adul, Pr-teens th
& Teenag. By'sB ln'. nt only. ri
Morning, ei 2-4239 w
After 4 p.m., P: pa 1|-1660 of
*Sardy;: S noon.I .
8 Pert AMn*. T L U-.13
41 Olock fonw LUX usi
TALLER TRAN8PORTES b
AXTER, A. r
General Repairs, tune ups C
(fast service) 1U3 work N
guaranteed. (Day& Night). Al
HENRY C. WALDRi, Prop. L;
(Formerly at 8. A. S.) I
Telephones: Day 2 -sIs I
NIght 2-2451 -2S-m l&
M. q, ba
Physical Theray Ultra Violet
For Bore Muscles, Chrde Sheuma
ti ., Arthritis, Lambt -and rue.
SPEC.L FOOT TREATMENT
Tired Fea. DunsT, Cons, ea
a N.m. -- Ie. S-2SU i-JB
Airport asI E ri, waSHoe 9.
D E N T ..T .
Tivoll (4th of Jily) Av". No.-*
(next to Branff oileae)
Dr. C. IrADpRia, D.DA '
Former ellsow In lirutor Gepr. ,
town UnIv. Wasipon, D.C.
Former District Dentist Pedro %iu"l
and Gamboea, C.Z.
peelaglied tn: PROTHODOflIA
(denture end Briddewk).
A BBASIVB (mw ttcWmnle
for dental unms).
AJao service in: X-rays Surfefr y.
Periodonti and Children Dentistry.
Pbhon: PanamA (28) -2n011
Hours: ajn. o 11 noon 2 p.m. to
MIDO CA Lwnm
SEASFY TERMS! h
Central Ave. m
Next to. e aat
Director Of NJWB
Div. Here On Tour
Visiting the Isthmus on an of-
flcllg inspection tour from Nov.
29 until Dec. 3, will be Abraham
Feltelberg, who has served as
director of the Armed Services
Division of the National Jewish
Welfare Board since 1947.
Vice-chairman of the commit.
tee on Service to Armed Forces
and Veterans of the National
Social Welfare Assembly as well
as a member of the conference
of executives of U80., Feltelberg
has been associated with social
welfare work for nearly 40yerrs.
I ke Proclaims
VANHINGTON,.-Noy, 25 UP)
dent Elsenhower today
p imed th6 week of Nov. 28
nai Salvation Army. *ek.
S inued, a proclaatimon
afall citizens to honor the 4-
t ba nArmy "for its work la the
wsed states In the pest 15
M"et us remember that the
bker of this organization and
t..r wretfor which It
are M evat bulwk for
I 's g. |
.. ... S c 'ar,
Paulod 10dt.cibpT ocher
ith, so a). h t
rere sift-rit l-htit.. wt.. ui...
aext door. I
I W a wont
SNew Ya ea wt e m
Then Ulm Lar
lee who JtfmmO- N Homes
r Chldrn 0It & so
ame to u., by Mvlfed'by
ny Mother, t C and Ant
Lmeon wiShea d t o. I
Of cnus we elad have no
Roust Beet, Noe of u have
tasted Beef this there years
back as M I tilo m f to the
Army, A to the lget,
poor fellows. '
Bqt, Nnyqulttyrw' Hunters
ere able. toetus a fine red
eer, so that tad" a g od
launch of Va -, ep o.each Ta-
le. These we bali'H d by huge
hinge of b Roast .P at the at
r ends of the tilbeq, Then there
as on one a big Rst Turkey
on the other a GeGoo & & two
g Pigeon Pastles, 1:eW there
as an a @, goad Vege-
ables ef Mtlthe o ti & one
which I do not beUiev you have
et seen. Upncle Sime -had im-
ied the ede England
ust before the War bPIon & on-
Sthis Year was there enough
or Table use. It is c4 d Sellery
you eat it without making. It
very gocd served with meats....
Our tince Pies were good al-
tough we had to use dried Cher-
es as L told you, & the meat
as shoulder of Venisso, instead
f Beq The Pumpkbi.. Pies, Ap-
le Tarts & big Indian Puddings
cked for nothing save appetite
y the time we had got round to
Of tere -we bad as Wjne.
Uncle MSmeon has still a cask
or two, baut it must all be say
d far the sick, & Indeed, for
those who are well, geoode Cider
Is a sniaelent Substitute.
There was no Plumb Pudding,
ut a boiled Suet Pudding stir
ed thick with dried Plumbs &
berries, was called by the Old
ame & answered the purpose.
11 the other spice had been us-
I in the Mince Pies, so for.Pis
udding we used a jar of west
idia preserved Ginger w which
banned to be left of the last
iipment which Uncle S i m e o n
ad from there; we chopped the
singer small and stirred it
rough with. the Plumbs and
berries. It w a s ext ordinary
The Day vW bitter
when we got-hoe r from
which Father did not t
long by reason of the
'wroe ?0-euf tbhfl
us arupd to fre side the
otherTablet whte.h.Ase whohad
set there -wee" -tJIPa. to bring
eir Plat there
Ide to ae. warm. Aa but
the Old Lates who had a screen
put behind their chairs.
Uncle Slmeso was in his best
mood, a yeo know how gold
that is! .
He kept both Tables -in a roar
of laughter *th his droll stories
of the days when be was tudy-
ing medicine In Ed nborough. &
afterwards he & Father & -Uncle
Paul joined in singing ymnas &
You know how fine their vole.
es go together. Then we al sang
a Hymn and afterwards my dear
Father led us in prkyer, remem-
bering all Absent Friends before
the Throne of Grace, & much I
wished that my dear Betsey was
here as one of use, as she has
been of yore.
We did not rise from the Ta-
ble until it was quite dark, &
then when the dishes had been
cleared away we adl lot rouad
the fire and close as we couM
& cracked nuts, & saMg eap
& told stories. At neast some
told & others Istened.
You know nobody Zan exceed
the two Grandmotoers at tellin
tales of all the things they have
seen themselves, & rep e a t ing
those of the early years in .New
England, which ey had heard
in their youth from their Elders.
My Father says it is a goodly
custom to hand down all worthy
deeds & traditions from' Father
to Son, as the Ipraelites were
commanded to do bout the Pass-
over & as the Indiana here have
always done because the Word
that is spoken is remembered
longer than one written.
Luxury W l To Be
Bulb In An
LOS ANO" Nov. 2& (U?)
-A 10-mUlliondOta luxr y ho-
tel featuring an air-eond tiuOed
bomb shelter 200 feet de-will
be built on a obntasM hee
soon, it was announ today.
ConstrucUtonm of the 0Or.o
yards of r from
the mountain top, a
the Ban rerando Yalisy ad
Owners a dOPeratn
hast I-KW -7
IKE. STARS CAMPAIGN PrMidant. ..
douars worth of tuberculois Christmasu s at I
to Gpen the 1954 campaign. M. Ekenhower
from Dr. Esmondis. Lng (right). Dlritor of
at the trataonal Tubercolosi-Apsactel
Stile ,b s,-..,_
Of Great Success The Reow Last ML
f"DI N For Muder""
Awsefhuql'tetc public 'wuich In
Ltteed the',-r. e' of f -ith-i,
ck.. .tbrfller "DfalM hforMur-,
KftV aild 'J~ateBt'iltuBlL
wortfrseeiig; The manage
-of -the Cqntrel "TLqami
anteeB~h( yQu will TeaI
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9 ww)t~ hurry ~up i n a good -meodI
Preseto n bow m f thAAA fbout the dnsted
Present AAA -D-fenses- Sd
WASHINGTON, Nov.25 (UP)-
AIr Secretary 'Harod E. Tailt
oatd today premasent anti-aIro
defenses are all but powerlel to
haml an atomil-hydrogen attaqhi
and caled for a bigger Air YrO
am e o-bet deterrent to arr. .
IX a '.nb Ak hmnul'l ao* the
Is. batteries alone for destreF-
t bombers,". Modem bombers
at 50,000 feet carry., quiL.
S which can m radar A-,
sei and pqaolM ,knockOt
me missile'ss fuee. The much-
,*Iused photograph of a
nltp tbeinu blaf to pieoea b
ali Involveda o isd ld t-
ellefidriven ianme- doing about
--fighters: Xo0O- m.
tt.gnude 1.Wt elOnout bnbder and a fighter of slz4i
rover, 1had nt in- 4 bom rs' se .e e l a)]ach ea2ch, other
.rai 20lmilaa minut.a if the lgh
h only a segm Warn that attack weapons or ianes, :e doe not get a set
iaryi. Whin Lord wi W tend to ahead ndchIen .an "a great dt
e biograp sal of the de*nae/' he tolitqhe N-. may be annihilated." Talbott al
.h-e combined tional Press Club' hat.one o so said the enemy "Is ultimately
PAgSn*mw enemy bomber needs get thro going tlb use long-range missile
PT. u.-_- m.'! to wreak untold havoc. He against which our fastest jet in
a ll" warned of guided.bombs relea- terceptors will be useless."
A -. ed bilems from their tr.agets..
"I wonder how' Uany people He hinted that new guide
o- realize that a single Strategic bombs with wing can be rfless
&i.j-hei Air Command bomber with a ed 150 miles from a target an
rph .' athree-man crew, crying only said, tthat4 a ground-aai. anti
St Ae bomo, can carry -more de-Ialkcraftt' at would .have I
t'structive power in one mission beg 0 aroundwtodefen
I of than the entire air forces of all such a target. The cost would
bvtend he combatants could ear.y lbe enormous, he said, and *th
the last world war," he lmd. problems would still not be lick
ey Faced wi this situation, he ed."
d -a"ry said, the Un ted States must tryl Of the Air Force, Talbott sald
a e. to prevent war rather than rely flatly: "I ant to see It larger.
1;aInd tAreOSk, on winning It. He said this is e mrs
w; 'an. best. done -through. a stratlegi | rhl..
SPompeO H'a xRdbo bingforcecapable o "f- Logpr FsiM
sin, Marshtl, At must be convinced that war -
No.rton;. ark "mean suicide," he a4ad. e
ow-~een Sl r I.Talboltt.inmted thias' picture of _....
b the effectwnes of tis na- In Gutlf W'iter
al' Contractors tlon's two chlef defensive weap-Int VM i Wm
engineer -(pelo. r Ois: G.e M .
al' "We haven't ,y "tea-ed r(UP--Tm U.S Fish andW
FI i.. Ipoint where. we can rely on da.,life Servie said today that catch
Nqo ,. 38 '. 1 .""." f. 1,_;,._I ----- --- -o
WiW leohl Donc& --
The Ut p anki A. Albro !Pe
*o. pa Vrw; will sponsor ai-pw
are d unoe -aturday night. Th
bahe-a, (M.und rtad4 I* s,.
'duwa -v al-t be bt tie Beinn
tA thera marimba bet'as
Good Food Makes
PNor Wiust s-
SNEW YORK -(UP)_,- We Amer-
leans would eat better if we
weren't fed sAo well.
AD tA e 'God food in ti -natien E
bas tuo ius nto poor oks, said
o a Myra WaldO;athOr, of amew '
roebsl cookbook with M rje bs I ,
/ nations. ..
_.."American cooking, oier than
alt alon the oastsareal ispt,
sad,'. sad Mis WOlgd "b.t
s a wo .de reason. on A
ich a b6unt M land.. :fo '
0 plentiful nd of -
"It's been ,a case of to. i ie
me, a too ttle
me ti- e ,i r
re"t ittls che er. '
eook,. one o lean, .t t..
Miss Waldo, in real life ite
Oa Straits indicate -- larger com
mercial fishing area and lone;
season than was previously an
tieipated in gulf waters.
Stewart Springer, in charge o
the exploratory yessel, the Oregon
said yellowfl had beep- caught k
the straits- between Florida and
Cuba. The Oregon previously re
ported handing, in 35,000 powuda o
tuts, bat the catches were made
in warmer weather and farther
north in the gulf.
Spring. televIsion was test
ed as ad mnderwater research tool
during the last voyige.of the Ore-
Son and that self.-emntained "dilni
equipment was used to evaluate
sbhit gear In tarts made off Mi-
aiml, thejabajas and I .the Gul.
win ". I V i
101,11 Tv awo
p^ EkIe--iM9 Jf~se^B^ '
HOLLYWOOD --(NEA)- zxlu. Jean Peters, still-mium about ie
sivly Yours: Aldo Ray, p sn a- with Stuar Cramer III, is wearing .
pension at Columbia for rnel / her engagement aD Wedding rings
t o te e." n n the set of "A ManC aed Pf
a a waIe o 1044e role tr .
Teas. in te screen veton of Insiders are guessing that It cost
E eerier. 'Glm.t." .. ,. nid SuIsat $yard anething lAke
SFretJ po- F or t-beinistI g at o'
ltd riun. Shill shpoit her- native-
Svenska from the stage. It's been a long time since HoUy-
Fox nixed Robert Stack for wood had a male -tar : ho
TVersion of "The Philadelphia would' run for the woods the
Story." No lean-cuts to home minute the .stu o. press agents
screens except for big fat movie hauled out the "Great Lover" flag.
lugs. The studio approved Terry But Frineb Import -Jaces er-
Moore's Comedy Hour appearpoce nas is standing his a ground.
-with reservation-no sfi~ing, or .. ,
to wed Betty Hutton's e, Ted Great Loe tht aln right sk side theBe belo toou
Brisin, ets her first star bil ig me," lie laogo .i .n the set of.
opposite Tny Curtis in U-I's "The "Jump Into a" at WArners. "I .- ..... kCit
ia l ask." tre studio is high realize it ay happen after Helen -. -. .' '.
s beauty. .of Troy' sael beout- .
-ful love play all the
Toughs guy Jack Palatce showed lover-boy roles they give me. If AL akgwlth Tap.. Jd a.
up s o Fire" es in they insist I'm a rest lover. I'll I.Mid
Vegms wearing a bandage on his go alone with it. But I won't be-
im. His sheepish xpliarntih:. eve-it. .
,The pressure coteyr eluded
while I was cooking dinner." A veteran of 32 films and 20 star-
ring roles in Europe, he's moving
The hush-hush blueprint for film- to Hlly odwith the a nlas :
Ing Hemingwayl's "The Olt AefS et
Man and the Sea" calls for the nbe t w Iwa o g
voice of a top TV news common- cmUis e a eit Identityh LL
taor to i n t o n e prose seen g pla n urope." .
whenever Spencer aracy Waves
his soliloquies. Tracy, Leand ay pVIW apES: "Sign the'-*
wardwand Hemlngway age tripart- Pagnt"-4-f elf. ier.-Jack Pt *^dg^^ W^^ KS fffi 0) ?st
need in the project. ane sand Rita Gam in a spiritual
spectacular spiced with melo-
EDMUND PUEDOM'I remarks drzma. .L
about "The Egy tian" while he "The Black Knight'-MAlan Ladd (t$- u
was in London Bdn't eause and .PatPtcia Me lina in the- days
big gears to jump for joy. But then of Khg- Arthur, -a.,ne1m iK at V -
hisfather was a dramatic, oriUA. Atthtl VCourt" we Atte.beea A
ad M ar | rFsilvS a saw,. torpedo. The p wture was
i V Han sa RA lW made in England and Iene'a.. s-
S. prisngly good s an AMerica.
V Paraio'ZBaptist Church wIU expert on explosives.
1- hold Harvest Featival Services ---
y Sunday. Sunday School will take A tuxedoed gent joined a group
* place at 10 a.m. to be followed of sport-coated pals at the Coco-
- by the first Thanksgiving aerv- nut Grove during Buddy Lester's
ices of the day at 11 a.m. The- act. Without missing a beat, Buddy
Rev. F. H. Walters will preside. ad Ribbed: I
d "fThat table even brought its own
- At 3 o'clock the Sunday Schooll wR o."
q children will present baskets.
. The best made. and filled will be[ The late Maria Montes' young
o awarded primes. There will also brother Jaime Gracia wouldn't
be a special program rendered byh eat -ci it when a talent- agent
Sthe choir, plus solos, duets and suggested he switch his ani to
e quartets. fMario Montez to cash-, n sd his
- The Rev. S. A. Scarlett of the salter's fame. Jaime's t lg
SFirt Iqthnman Baptist Church drama ABC's at the Geller Wotk-
d of the Atlantic Side will deliver shop in Hollywood.
. a special message. At 7:15 p.m.
the Rev. A. W. Crooks from Gam- JOAN BENNETT'S film acting
boa Baptit Church will be gue't eoti4nues on the upbeat. She draws
S.speaker. The public lt invited. a eostring role with Barbara
I h w__. Itanwycl in U-I's There's Always
a uToert .,"Thornton, ob Stack'
$ renI H.cent. adorable, says tht it's Just
Clene Ou C friendship between er .and DOn
0iauld O Ca L sh To lor acting o0 .firodway ian
6C"T'eaMgile Fox."'-But she meets
SAfler eds' Ouster im t every night after. ur-
-. ".-Y.,. Nov. f oGreta Garbo. is ported to be
| YOR ,K, Nov. 25 (UP)., -A ynmI jha-hpy tovert. seched-
Sfomer Miwami transport union %u.b.liaticn of an usauthor
tf/eer ttltfiled today that .Mar- ,igraphy It's I du. on the
"Ion L. Edwards and other OKl- o ali9.s in March If the Silent
f ctals elianed out the loca*pl' isnt able to stop the presses.
treqawJ when the national lead-w" e
Ser p..racked down on their overheard:
Cc-141W t affiliations. o' "oean learv about romance
o. o- at"tyouoes-f y dpt watch
* Loi J. Pope, former bffoer .at the o dpt wtc
Sof' cia INo of the CIO Trans- pt picturee .
Sport Wqrkers, made the state-
Sment at dwards' perjury trial' -
3 f prlc urt. .
, i accused 9D ofa.
bwhe da dtled under oath I, .l J .
E: O ,-4oZI, he ever wa d Ja L Fr
CommiiJt Party member, -. 4 .
Swards was testifying In'behlU ... .
of Scoa la a local mem- i
lber W- 1h4 sued the Hearst
F-1IIt~h4RW for $100,000 for a -
:I leS ct:lvlttty of local ll-
SM .uASA. by mNirA MIINo mPG.C .. st
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6 Friendship Contest
as the Panama Polio Fund. ma -a : ,- a
e e pgerly awaited cry oft h Bobuy, pit; o" will
St the Ply i The whole trade inl m. _
lro! aaA their 4rvle1 7,a r .,-------1"1.""...... i-
Ina FrlablpeGame". witahp.o211
k -wft to this Area..,
toct..l t .t tois "NoIwSe 1 ... h.I | 't w. Yr Yankees. N the s.ameO h -ed.th t wr- -.- go.:t to i
The I t turned ni o thr lub in Bor n
'B"ase go" The pl"n u' Pl't h th eS n rr r l r' h; Wm (lef t .. WOo
h er vcn O ther pitcher who will e that t he Flyr eher, v he whi e a lies anno. of
eefia nd OtIs E Tro.e a alistarike ot an t o p lver^bt eat awalywrR pM.no-eDbson- t rnenewa Ai t ha veflus as a
r 9 .ba e fr" t e BCh "to. ..ftnth M .luta e Bob asr--ta r" wSabl rt I
-S o She gm a .m. pe os obat theted we a the t t iue ow fi T a t
atroihe cloin But o the trt become an 8 r h0e e an owin- ARmiN r oui OVig
rae ys1 ti.W on s Tr A age and set a new dol b record andNavy nt tarp cn up te
'e l Athlet Cb' tht by trl out 1t Bto a o hatter e n 10th ant.d Army In _Bl.
rentp w aowl tas nn_ ...h .lmr_ oM s-_ --..' ,,a- ,.m;.an l... ..,,
A thef eldyfl who wll .tut
tonight w a,, mat Sta u-LS, feo. d .ir reports t
Mlaye.s on opposingoCIMIlU CI Mffor the Q 41 )i Cancer p.ut fto da.y ee rent tbasoe
eoet hden dteodi thre i aen oin or l 2 th f- ettla ts et, r .kd
rh btt prc we treae to e re City Atm oetist ni'tsd 1W Eoioh ane.le'h y ent-h os Aery,- .Jj1tu
mi-.psaondid Wo-a, YR. The ,tt le. Get5 we hadt l e 1W ta "firs- t0t-Ia.es hh-
The.-P ayoxv -- bcoed .tl o fl also hd for r th cl bi oualess h
way next Wededay, Dec. 1:
ed You canw dive for treasure!
NY-Z l .-.mea--rS te hturday, at t& p.m. the Ho- YANKEES
S me attel ElPanama aswamming pool
.will t.Alte scene of a big tress- PITOR : .,:
hadwhich ure hunt. The. treasure will be
W- oUlclear in the form of prtai'won In un- Cthrlie Douglas (New Orleans) Southern lon, Class AA.
up. bt a turned to derwater hqrseplay as the third WiHalm HatIs (Montreal) Intemnat Class AAA.
ltnra tdram thae p e- Aqua-Lun g -afety 'instruction Ernest wrence ( ntgomery)a 55t1ctes A.
e id ntd tome tiha wa elass getaur.. 'Lwtcludtk9 (MobUe) Southern Clas AA.
WtatC '?e? bl ookie itthtpel (Savannah) Sai Lealy. O A.
a*g 4 the tight iny bq postpsed. The wil. .pa aclal In- victor Siflet. (Galveston), Gulf Coa, Clas B.
1rt9.Sf l L m *mor ~u1 owion.. *new equip-
L.ar oa a of appar- CATCERS:
Pe.,9a4res wells_'__ 921 No one oe empty Ray DObk (Mobile) Southern Association Clams AA.
Sfht. ffweigt hbedn n asln ll t asI u nderwa- L aJani(New Orleans) Southern Ascllto, Clas AA.
t f lghumgw eht, aerdlng al those a and the IN FMBU p:,S!
.._1. i Ame an manager. Dr. prlna ngven. -Jtot, ctpan.
mtaeM)e. r rCahn.... g baenthii clpantx. (Ottawa) Internatibnal Lea4e, d laa AAA.
Stwoy fr l" ot band :for the i w Orleans) Southern Associalon, Class A.
W eotanofrm Froede 1te (Hopuston) Texas Leagde OMtI AA.t
ci 's .. h.telpe 71 u J e'Angeles) cific CoatLe Unc.
it. *ad Sid 'cfasure of A- (acwell) Western Asmoclatlon, !C.
a Sports; sh
,2t4 :"u g e ue hllp (he) Inleague, Class AA.
Litlu o.Dicena (Minneapolls) AmCr. An.la AAA
Th$a OleMA (Minneapoli) Amer. ssn. Class AAA.
(Tew Orleans1 4ou6.te 5'n. Clas AA.
e o d State S e r SeOasEs.
(-eanlpan) atr'GAaa daysq! .u0 *
lheloe 11 Do.. A'B oS^^mer-0 H WR0blhon (Milwaukee), National League, Majors.
01 Uans)m.outhern Aet. Clus A.'
he.Callsr) Posner Lo e, ClapsAc.
Team "' ss 'qrdmor0 stteLeapsueac D.
Pap (Cl~skWhrbad) W es Leapu, ,Class C.
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.m o~,.l~ clV .
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Chrlstniberry, "h r
fight deserve MO
And there arettlife
ed the Com
woudint acle n a rq-
Another eat "sp b th
sort. Bll. Com I,
Andfoot ae U0tire
o0 ye or sp.a-
hsn e a rned,
Hositals fmor .
Monday. A .
scheduled f P .ON e
er on efc tt
robin wil be pingednp
Mloe, AR s
0ad s, & ,
'n s .. .a-n'd: '
~lag. Any dq now m i
news intyears. Ace eis daM lklpe
Along The Fa.irways
Won, ae d.
n an I... e
n -an. f. I d tI
S, t i
3 a*s' .
been OrS~P?^^wy nic Jwe ndel
AGfWOOIC" R "WBMRtmowak~t
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Frt Punchh "Second, if there are numbers
BFr Snde in the olor, or i, or both col-
-u --a ruMs, be sure to -lt before lit- .
BOUT QE AD1A*tKE 1m or flipping .you cards until -
the proper numbers appears. If
a Soup you have the same eo,.r in both BIG GAME IVNTER
Sliced Bologna mstractien card, and there is a By WARRiN PAGK
Potato Salad number In the flip column, dis Shooting Editor
Bread regard this number. If, however,
Better there is a different color in the Any cracker-barrel philosopher
ilk- flip column than in the color col- can make out a pretty od
Tapioe umn, follow the usual nstruetipns case that there are fonrlms of l
Qxaroyle, Michigan's u n d e r- as stated on the ard." hunters in this world. There are
graduate humor magazine, did not The rooters return mentally fa. the meat hunters, whose sole aim '.
frcstOy so observe, but the as- tigued. is to bring home some kind of '
mumon is. thatb, the "other wild bacon. There are the fun
boys chow is placed on one And on those rations. hunters who don't much care a
biA platter and they all grab. A player reported he'd just been hoot whether they shoot anything
e tball players get sec. hurt in scrimmage. reports the or not, just so they get out into
w&. Ordinary students asking Brown Alumni Monthly, only to the woods or fields.
for mo r e have their hands he given a favorite response by Then we can't miss the brag -_
stomped on or are whacked across ofe of the coaches: i hunters who slay or claim to -
the knucles with a fork. "Just jog around and run it-1have slam large critters so they
o, you see. It pays to be able off." ican see their names in the papes
toruto o he ri t and not to "But, Coich," said the vou ng And finally the trophy hintrs,
miss those blocks on Saturday. combatant, "it's my head.' who ave no interest in shooting
any animal unless it is a truly re-
markable example of its species,
and that preferably a hard spe-
cies to hunt.
SThe chap on the other side of out I
the cracker-barrel may agree or of th
disagree with such a four way comm
pigeo holing, according to hunter
whether he is more or less cyni- ness
cal. But he'll very likely hone
that the brag and trophy types I k
i are the most interesting in te look
genus Nimrod.. they
Real dyed in.the-wool trophy deeds
hunters are a breed all to them. news'
selves. I'm thinking of the rather mon
small cluster of mo r who will Ward
research and plan for years to.' & Cr
ward the taking of one a pecifr nature
head, lay out every last ounce of where
S, cash an& effort and then not pull gather
A trigger until and unle, the ol- On,
RA L I GHtim mperf secipena a eas
R srbe I 0ithe hea
The AUIl BiyeX Stend t'thk o worie
game hater as a large re ced good
Q r.E.,r f, character, six feet two and' s comn
R nin FT lf' R, p A. pounds. capable of bul dg head
7110 BOLIVAft AVE. COLON 40 wrestling or out r Paul
,-. ': sauck Most of themfi n (DI
S. m first or third categories. at not
-..... .... .- .. .. .. .. so the trophy hunter.
S- -e may very poesl be a
a'nallisa chap, perhaps under jive La
feet ten, quiet-spoken and more Rohd
Slike GcNa Garbo than way
t cth a far a s a- seas
-____ _e l_ is f more
at al kind of y ho ta aver
'I RA .- o-' fr
n a crowd or plays the life
e party. One thing he has in
non with al other trophy
rs is' a steady purposeud
that can be satisfied only by
now half a dozen such. All
more like Joe Green than
do like Buffalo Bill. Their
s remain -unsung by te
papers, though they're a&h
knowledge at Rowland
's in London. or the Boo.
ockett Club, by the major
ral history museums, or
ever true trophy hunters
i, I remember, planned two
Sfor a really big grizzly
shct a whopper, missed the
I record by a sliver of skull
b, and in the smile of a
sportsman voted with the
nittee that judged another
a hair better than his.
al men, these, and an inter-
Striefew, o as know much
Istibuted by NBA Service)
wrence, Nans. (NEA)-Ted
e, Kansas halfback, is oa Msi
to -sttg a* Jayhawk single
n putg mark. The sopho-
's _pu gave him an
age 4.U per k.
1 The ir
.w- Gont o
S Ar my. tk
S' el ses e ard Tom ,.
AW N t t.-It e .
fot i s oriels d da oubbr Sopom ore r ob K
a When n.,ahe nt
d.ot o P. G Amy e s ground attack_ _
14*0 pro I", u d.ul ardage. Tommy ,Wll
1 10 Of thebi. calls t e Jheai
bh srie. d s treon. Sophomore te
h l tme wse2no to 3 a' I salls back and lves heol
with four ties. The huge- a kicker. i3. Zail'i Er,
i a national television aed Johnny Win Peite Lash, Pat Us-
-- i e to the mills be and Dir Murtland give Earli
Itay e Cimyet on al more inside and omtsidejm
Ss lead--orif Navys Eddie hr up and go.
Sdelatz still has the big game ma- The key to the Army t
gi to beat-R led llk. despite this frightening array
In four cracks, Coach Erdelat balks, i Vann.
s ~come Away with three victor
SWof 'h .eould be' aitIP NAVY'S OFJN.S3" 'SE I CUR
Sul .so Dmnll m oleaw', ahed its heltwte a 40-pint
atsIthe sae ribbing scandal at drubbing of Duke and some .60
NWest Point The Cadets woneari. aint roiled up against Columbia
year ago going away, 0M7. qaturequarterback G r g a
as oL6013r o e TALENT the wo in t a'Welsh will be
runs through the squad ma a ant o f quick -startngbacks.
a this a gle to see. No oe Bill H epworth, Bob Crai, Jac
team gets off its marks anp upI pGparow Dick Gus Joe .Gapf
ior than Army and W NavyIn ttoandJohnyWeaver gve t ,MI&-
bliehld. L dies striking power. in .adidtoan
o ,- I on the nords, it t os to Navp's in eback an cpa,
Sn winner army started srle Phil Monans h, realty for the
l 1wliht wart, wi ow app to be lint time this mason.
lina.it came back to slam MjIch- lMonahan will be the oh h
a- rsurprise adM tltaIn In action. Army's Bob
o edtha shocking vleto has been kept cut by a etched
over e. Afte the oarh tetna Moniahan hurt his nIn
y as A wON sBems tre T- e-pot easpin pracce,, has Wen oZ two
It Pays Very W ell To Be Able mO' ver "i minutes of work al year.
others, bt was caught In.the NAVY's BACKFIELD does.no
middle of Pittsburgh's powerful p appear to be equal to that of the
Bursbefore being shaded by Cadets', but Its line t have
To Run To Your Righto And, tsaMeain e which the Mud- a shade the better i ea-
Sdies mbad-waya touchdown Is at end Is .JBill Smith, a onvert-
on the goal line.e TSailo wre ed quarterback. John o okins
most impressive m.asserng Duke and Jim oyer, 20, 1
jke.Bl cks aturday T edition of down the tackles Bei and Al
I- Army-Navy game figures to. be Aronis, both short an,,stoky ar,
.- --a downtige war, with the N A at the guards and Wilson -
y H---R G-RAYSN "a w- Am ends,Don HollPeder mire is at center,
BynAHU RTA O t seeal.yb. wan colios the men- of the Pain Ron Beagle, show taa
.v. 5 A dallbprot do ta colie d stug. the way. Their presence lone total offense, this team has
DLMu wer-Novst25(NEA)d for t o odr e tremendous interat. an average of 40 .3 yards per
all ..moubwere- posted foratn- ushtari!tdoptcosiderdcsteeduhtIh eodb game. That e s e
,1-1 u.11 m batl.atrai.n-. Miiga m M urd sectioni ests the TIM PASS SNATCHING Hclled- mark in the country. Who leads I
d -- I ne: i__ah n lg jnti .. er tand Besi aglnchor wihAYlines whi h y. With 6."4mark. I
war,-.m, no7,- a, : .u.Peetrat..ng. c2l e mIs re. putonavicLousshow. Armyess., There you have it. Tradition,t
G'..'TA I LE "l B-t omake saws of them. Iout a first team with thrpe .. AU.Americs ,,speed; pow-r, know-'
TRAININGAll ok M members are re-mores up front. They a e Art how. It's the biggest grid show of
_-uestt9-wear white totefoot.,Johnnt Di. Steptackal. th
Ccktal ne onoakeDc pameo." they read. "We would andiguard Flay Goodwind. fm n o ayou 1ike? Here, it is
CUMI! Stcks lik& .Io' draw your attention to, the left side. On the mother l el the Cadets Will roll.
-mm ..ua d be uum mmmm
By Trevor Simons The box score:
Cristobal High- FG FS PF TP
The Cristobal High School Smith, Dudley .......5 8 1' 1
Tigers, defending champions or Smith, Ed I.......... 1 2 3
four successive years, started Quezada .............4 6 2 14
their march In quest of a fifth Morris, 8. ............0 1 1 I1
interschool basketball crown Tagaropul ..........0 5 J.
Tuesday night with an unm- mlth, Don ........ .3 3 2
presslve 50 to 43 win over C.Z. Peres ...............l.I 0 2
Junior College. The Tigers had -
taken to the hardwood t Ip av- 14 22 16 W
orwe to whip the OI f'ie; but Junior College- FG FB 2
the "favorite" tab wa snot juad- Troncoso ............5 2 4
ii coach Wolf's Collepe lads Rel y ............0 Q 0. 2
he c n *.o**a **** 1*., **_?
game to score the victory.
As a matter of fact the game
was so close that the final tally
showed that both quintets .scr-
ed an even number O field
goals, 14. Though the Tiger
were off in their usual strong
fol shot department, they did
manage to cage 22 points in 38
tries as against J.C.'s 15 for 27
and thus we find the story of
Cristobal's victory In the 1954-
Junior College's defense was
strong n the first quarter when
they limited the Tigers to but
one field goal by Dudley Smith.
However, in guarding the bask-
et, J.C. committed quite a bit of
fouling-and seven foul shots
kept the Tigers in the game. The
firsstanza ended in a 0-9 tie.
In the second quarter Cristo-
bal looked like i bit of the Tig-
ers of previous years as they ran
up a 5 point lead and at half
time the scoreboard read 26 to
91. The Tiger rally kept moving
In high ear a the two quintet
opened the third quarter of play
and outscoring J.C. 12 to 6 in
that period, Cristobal widened
the gp and led 38 to 27 when
th* third quarter ended.
N sooner had the crowd sa
back to watch Cristobal move
out and coast to victory but did
Junior College suddenly come
bk to life, and before the
Tigrs could pull themselves to.
either their 11 point lead had
e shaved to a narrow four.
A a of quick twodpointers by
Ctlstolba's Dudley Smith pull
the game out of the fire and with
J.C. still battling hard to the final
ish, the Tigers wound up 50 to 43
Iathat final stanza J.C. limit.
ed CIstobal to only three field
So-.. and a total of 12 points
while the losers tallied six field
Ioals and caged four foul shot
tr & 16 point total In the clos
f quarter of the game.
WQuwada, Oristobal's lanky
amer, paced the winner with
Ints with Dudley sm
W behind with a total of a.
aOw thearighter spots in Cris.
tobl's Tuesday night win
bot 1mlth. Don came into
AelD the second quarter and
OW.. plentyy of promise with
Ie Control of the rebounds, not
to moaa his Important nine-
point seang total for the game.
rJunI College John C0a-
NA god us Tronemo, with
I "-4S pOMIN IMA, Ue t-
eS O Vore tnhalf ot the
~jj. ~j;~N';' -
Glud .............. 1 1 0 12
Morris, J. ..........1 0 5 2
B u ..................0 4 41
1 -1 47 --2
Score by quarters: 1 4
1 2 3 4-Total
C.EA ....9 26 38 5-- 0'
J.C........9 21 27 43---43
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Two PanM tte-holders and are lobe's Oscar
a former Caribbean champion will ul Cdm, .Ortt
be out to reclaim ch pihip rat- llnatd the
dm chamde t
lgap Friday night in the finals of n ihiiTorrm
the Panama Area Armed Forcer to this dhtIknM for e tbs,
facing tournament.. Stur
hee the t=opothem feature Atlanqti f a be M
the nove rd late to begin in ceisco'AUl m
ldf linu. Arana et Kobb. atwt w hamathd" .
Tj30. -The qpxt-vrtoro i
All of the trio are members of champ Jo C
Getting top billing s the heavy- Puhdewt-r,_.
Weight clash between Bill Burd. for lAht wft gt1
the dending champ, and o b In.the light
George, the udbeatep newcomer Billy Priest tof wl
frpm Albrook Air F-rce Base. Special Troopi DIck Nat& ISd
Esteban iMelende.-Robeia, t he h s od left. ,.
two-tme featherMight titlist, di -. Albrook's Paul Smifth 2
plays his erpwd.pleaIWg wares a- Charles Llne of c ot.
gaust Emillo osta-A0U no nth the middleweight acti n
er mittman. from Fort Kobbe. unbeatena-Delk eoed abt jS
Lek Wilacn, *bo was 1952 Carib- AFB and Arnold Got *te
tlean Command welterweight king Atlantic-square off fhr-;
earier dumpedntie '63 champ o heavyweight crwn. .
Panama, Ben Thompson, and will
seek to regain prestge against -
Albrook AFB'a Ase Boniflla. PANIBEt8 L B4 ,2,.1
The flyweight contenders, Juan ;,
Alvarez-Torres and Jose de Je- Pittaburgb (hN1) I
ius Ross-Guuman, are both fighting burgh los 1 m1t 1 .5
for Kobbe. varsity football 0qua
Paired in the bantamweight bout tion this year. -
A murder with a lost corpse add up to the mgJ^.
mseaationtl thriller of the yeorl .."'A
-'. .-- .. '* -
C.H.S. Opens Interscholastic
Basketball Season With 50-43
Victory Over Junior College
1 Benefit Game A
t -" .. .-V7 ...
Plans Base At South Pole
Hor Exploration Of Antartica
.hs of the mos tambiteious prc -.. .c.,ppe .. ...' .
ever organized for expo-, I
base at the pole will be m a pe -_; -
aCo k Bapse sibly more that
out UP by an. AmecanCt expe- .. .
, iwt np n i tlale o I 1 3 1954. ,- 5 "i. f 1 r. 5. ,F .. : "
land until c 19N it will beed e.d ., T.. 19. .p'i b ;' i .... -
.oftA o t /ly, KT .B F h 4 o j, e s
Soome of t Found On $Of Tokyo
of the mysterious iee ncapped ,
International geophysical HOME FOR THe ANrTACTIC EXPLORERS will resemble this sene at Little America on '47 trip.gSettlement
S, as it is known, at Little America, on the An. .. By FRED SPAR S weo n1happy to sematml
S global coordina- tarctic ice shell here Admiral first
I"'. the rb ts of scientific Richard E. Byrd Loused several RENO, Nev., Nov. -(UP). ... TOKYO Nov. 5( ). .Noted a t
atons of his exped ion. District Judge A. J. Maesutretti while t r o W
ser dles will be made Byrd meany ie new expe- pIroved o kyeaetrda. modified On ono.e CUe O dnem bd d R'e r
os1sericalphysics, impor-ditlon. He comim .ded U.S. e ax. dvor e agreement eMoa.- onstat@r: ehnt an iAnere Dan if i
-to communicatitons;cosmic oration parties the Antarctic *lem, iPrince Aly baneand actress ate, on the next poll fs plan that
la polar regions; glacilerolo y .9 18 1038, 1939 I nl 1947. l 2 Rit.a Hayworth by wh lel their to "demn ~d more m, i 1she. newn
Dnes which is needed The 1956 expedition will be Tbe ear-old daughter will. someday lars from the.sae. Am.oua ... O. ycn.
hea or atect acting; geomag- undertaken by e Navy. It will herit a part of the u 'ortu ne Pameddl pers e food to- throw to, .."
which affects navi national be preceded by a reconnaissance of her wealthy grandfat jer. tame fish public po n. ... A R'.3l read te remaaee,. gc
ants and aurora phe- mission to tha e w Antarctic t- win. Maestretti approved the agree- sanitary bum picks up cigarettes 084 osm .e't ugaezo 1n0 1
ter, which wil leave Dec. 5s^^^^^ aboard *. i ment at a six-minute hear g at- butts with chopsticksa.... row-U rhe Mke m dere teW
the Navy icebreaker Aat Byrd ten ded by attorneys for Rita and Baseball teams use E paglish soo ,. ane i sIs lo r
Sex tiohl I intpe schol a c termedg Neppon s o oh rtah eon1 tsn sn hnte saxving mission ou w no i
pected tha t theSoviet is serving as technica ditrsor to Al. terms ... the tad.o an nos1e'er nibs' us Im ua t.
Ced other Communist na- the advance mission, but W note sum of mone which it is sounds lik ts: Ne Nls oham who .-. es as. p t-.NGN, Gee eml Nov.s
.ticipate but not in acceempany it. .ar |jol!fng believed dark-eedrinsesu Yar- uhnn ah so sandi FOUL- ..,. o aiM t(e member,ie booted (t '--ormer President Herbert
ru prgramT. Tey will Seven countries are jot*g *the min may eventually inherit has Mfne y troote y uhnn- de sk t me D t ior I r. moover said today that C
engage, -with non-Com- United States in the Antarctic been estimated vai sly between BALL TWO" Sensational film tan tvalen tausehewrtonm
nations, n.tanbly the Unit".1 explorations. They are Great BritM .1 0000,000 cand. $ e 10 000. hit: "Seven Brides for B v an hene; b 1vmou l tn Cen iiit reeos. western saMe
-d Canada, in sentific a France, Argentina, Australia 1The court aetj ended a long Brothers. 0U ,~, o- fed ao, prpgdfa ad
in the Arctic. New Zealand, South Africa and thy dispute between Rita. now Paratrooper,- six-foot-sir, ankles conspiracy."
ons ae. anticipated Norway. arrived to crooner Dick Haymes own boi vLrd with kimonoed It's strilcty wlfe-by-ellmiton., But he predoited, they be
e h~Polar regions s tice Some of these nations are al-. and living at Near Lake Tahoe. beauty, five-foot-one... Not en- ThLe af d 900 families wita. defea td.
nationss have permanent ready making stations in the and Aly. ouh is benO done for the poor da sth .Caualelttly Arestoiatil
n" wich can brnishb Amtartic, aPong them Great The agreement provides Aly kila, sons of Fli and Japanese to besonsidered. T, tIde
scenes. Br itain and Agentina. Still oth- must pay $80000 a year for Yar girls, whose fathers "disa ppear E toan anda at The an wit u.
a Ittmn to tne base at tme ers have weaker observation a- min's sup port beginning at ed" State-lde t Ime ,e s "a wee Bpstakes both nc an n'rt
l o the.ar bases 5 r roltons en _n e;dp off th e greatma ym poiX support _e .Min na n it.Z _ed." Sta tese th m a-l._swleettaebo don't., ho do ,ge J? .
Sleie othr bases troen lad ms h March 1 until shebis 21. If Yap- Spies on athe inG an: Huow many .ud .nl There's Miss at.ukoe of l cta. s degae, ba .
in.ri yr4Lad frozen land mss. min attends school abroad, Aly Japanese soldiers date Commu- Eltashirakia, a vole ball old Amea tesman aid th
rees ofathe Prle, B ram m tst pay all of her expenses nist agents? Tht's a U.S. worry player, alisd uS mlS ame- communm hsiaded a. .ew
The eprall ion will while she is enrolled In school as a re-armin seared of za, r-nL -a about hot Jazz.-N el burdeu o western Mlv.
fbe headed.- u. o J.or."--. ll :and must pay Rta $1000 a month getting swa ted by nearby Retd thr..has. been rooe tr.- "The corn muihts, by atl .
lDufek, U. o. o _wdo kro ,Ill.,R until she rr ns. MI s, requests our fanciest anti- duced to Crow Prinmee. P plenty tio, popaganda and
skipper of one aof l s forces Rita plans to enter Yas- aricraft gadgets. p of thibe forthat. are aeekf
",l 1"4. Its tak wilk eto estab- min in a Swiss school when she The Pentagow'has Just refused. doIe of We-ter" *
lish the bases, with Iving and ob. NAVY ICEBREAKER ATKA will mary the reconnaissance O mp is 10. Twkyo guided. mioswles that cTan What I Mihet about :rfuedHer
ervation quarters. It was not Ia- leaving Dec. to earve the way for the big 1956 expedition. The actress won sole custbdy.follow Malenkov Int his o w wbarb: mI sale yo da-4 i
mediately kown whether ths Yasin, but 1y may bav bathtub. Reason: Paor Internal tr our air.w tb e ,
mission wold set u the bases to the Antarctic by an Amerltan Weddell Sea and Rams Sea asher visit him in hr co1n .i se.urity. P],e r .Ubs t Hr a'Th ey ra .ht t heo.y
at the Sbuth'Pale an in Mae ei on was led Comdr.f been thought for s ome ime. abroad under certain con itions offer o e and "pa9 VIF no ol tehei the
ByLand o Whether it would Finn Ronne U.S.N.R., 1 e pa discover 50,00 and only In countries 1n wc s now known many of our u Jl
concentrate itersonLittlLile 'TheR. onne ae .on de on re e. of ld d m deatheir divo ecognied as be.OGs spille secrets tmo organized, ble up 1 alo batotlow, wpB bi a e,."t
concAmerat ca. 1v, SS o Ll mined that. Antrs ea oane aon- ,000o aerial photographs over a ng eovadne as well d. paid V. artline prettiles when whb, c U
it it e latter, Little tnent, with no str '709,000 Aquare mile area. A Whooping up oleve rm txl driver W a .Mr Who Is I
Americawl tbe as t e head- o hBefore vie must deo :orea. Sely the same -Aft sera pe" ba ." for the West
art nluore thel6 eabap etion, posit $100a,000 in a ban of Rita's pies-over the hot make eue- yi Sythey
turn p Will pa1ira U Now*choosing gua rantoe his dahgo- Ipan incin mg a 1
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Ld o r.. r. -. er sreoehw "icee ge ra Dis eat (Congress)., Monly Stod 7 ness men are slowly
-. wifeW m Z e ha ll mneause the Tonl as and hardly snt expected after the gled ito bankrapcy by 5a 300o
pm CLVELA NoDe *nterot imera, ao v ee s sr t m sext el Nov. 25 eti-no o, f d ritn. ]he address tto the Usi esJ
425~ prm W1 P^Do^b ro Cwie telan p llee thnall in awserad Jooo W edyeare Inuence skid- V her today conulsta4 maadtf
Do/n r od the state'so S~he.t I- efforts y assistant de- Aire o _e investigation th Ja an revives ancient waAo. How teyll serve you raw fish remi nIs ns of is o
.9'p astiaof blod& ot t he rn e Be li nder / /St.Dioimenerlled h.o t B t or, t d l io wife aa a
Thmas homi Deman- she was not cevrtarn of to exact terday a r e n t at t e career girl? anraids to so wleardo d re G1an
b2tolrva .Sa total H e. Roosevelt in nItSparks' three-oint prot fa aneN pante th earesg rtp-a
OWdro a e rAccording b t 6 ,m, otl clerk, the wmonge U.so. l sand po a yine dw the l O e akn -ab-
way m the sa to the first a airman was lo to have only 1-. Sen-d aa at h a Jpan r bll
floor and on the ba sem enjt t ari.lln c oflrt a nt on sl hanl but the mat- as Ambassador-or on a good-we 1 s oren i th he i er.
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large one" on the tsooging read from -l 'l p ar. soa ked woih aood, otiesigner. .. sta wiveathe Ao em a p Y .
-&t the bottom of the ba :Slemetp. stfa 'efo 5 by aB iostant re portt. G iv thes AoYm a new8-H ow th y'soyuafsh
m absn blood," he saidn ..m" ytAWOLio his outfatt, the rado-ctive nhetro, A-B 0 a b" As
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DAYFCO E Its headdclt off." Msecretaryandanbeostair-o hdotorhawerem n e ndba mo ke theok anda eiar
a BAoE A I.h e thEharliefert Mrs. orShrBensoderpaidO nih anidWok siMo i i e Oue"d Mra. iatelya thd tr.hen
shcutMEn hiher.. husbandp droe pao Patly 1 OInckwh waspital k A A wu
flooteandonthoe between Janmd s. To joy Wee kehisrondomero-.Hllhemstrepct le
coneteonne"onthethirdtreado wt Jamaic acitehlebrotede edrcof Yar i
the fteConu y was at theo he tl, but ate.edrnoon's 50Nn iin t-e O- ni ae Coo .tto be ooy2 a briefaseBo
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