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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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: AA00010883:00923
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SmRNS TO WASHGTO Resdent enio w teo he crowd at s at
irstine Washington to gre him -his retu 'n from DenVr. The chief Executive sotd "the
jcba have given me a p -It n a pardonn" In tckground are the First Lady and Vice
Pr en Richard Nixo n.

PopSsAly4is Old

Ow Lm Problems

CANNUS, France, Nov.14 (UP)
4- The a Khan said today his
n, *.A hU4 abig
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Peron Ofers uces


Gold Coin Bet Against Lonaidi

Argentina's x-predst eatb
Juan D. Pern sal today at
Fras nek seuld keep thfrU I* .
70,000 be has aRei t i
has salted away In litseru -
land, If he can provide def-
nepoo oo It n. -- o -
P _offe4rZ1_in ~t1 -he
form of a be he said he is wl- BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, Nov. 14(UP)-Gu4.
lier of Pick's Wor ld Curp y "iJo t angel denounced today as "tremo" the p
Repot who yesterday revealed coup that overthrew President Eduard Lonedi and
t the former Are epres- he was rignigfrom the army tow he freec
Idenb had sent 2,700,000,6 o re in $signthig oPAl fr d
gold coins to Switzerland last action I fight thel soe.
month. T o
In denying the allegatIoa to t st rony-woded statement Loa
day at Hotel Whino, port m ster brought into the open the first mOw
Ir who busy com t1 u jo rwng i ahe mnilit, ea cs supportin the .gIevltie
book. said he would i'to h i
anotarized wager wi regime at used resident Juan D Per6.
whrh wic ,h a te h ,. 60 iCet of the remained loyal to P
grees to let the .mb6ote-
the money if he can -t during lie
esnt. let the ob.A .1 Mrdi i0n placed ye terdy bym a sarw A
"*e ..S e S* ps it, M og. y Pedro Ambum, 5, 52, nd a
PrOaafl Wa Ge oedon sL t cuuslei gt tLonurdi's armyy. navy m
a-com tas abu u L force ministers and vice president Rear Adm. Isaac I
just a nd not even a a hero of the revolt against Per6n
od r at hat
Per6 raid he was not at all The ousting of Lonard was to- uinlster
surprised at the latest devel- compllshed with shed, Goen. Af
Punt7 n,' Buenos Alres. he but te defiant at Of army; nd
executing this turn of Urianga md a Lo AMaer a
ev jAa n0 111101 about Vice- Himdi himsielha Ara2 ta
a sa Rojas was sgned raised h soslty of itft nder r
. t .11.," L_ 7 Irmpetuou trouble ahead for the n$w re- "O7 .

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tama udi team at the Diablo

'Y' Celebrates.
Centennial Year
WASHINGON. Nov. 14 (Up).-

Te. sday -egtxtnlay eare t
al oe andRebane open.

ics sutw totaling
ud team atd for th Diablo

hates elm.p
I d Cerlesbrtes .t
ASIGT, No.1 U)

A0rder. LONDON, Nov. 1i (UP).
Sbeen Pilase. Chages wt have Se
E h and bis little friends a try tI
day to help ceebrete
NOth the drthday.'
attempt _Queen rlisabeth n and the
hoi Duke of Edinbugh, the Price's
iOf b paMnta will be on hand to over-
fles but t afernooa rme-o onfr a ls
dame; wmttobewith their on
M ebiga d y. T h e |


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iflN Flare For Tb Fla.

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*N (.. Tho. "trang draft" p edag
laset Job e. W heitrt bad beet at from
uge iS' S to to sa{ -in bal-dma.
To Man Mrs. ae risCon
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ONTON. Nov. 14 (UP)
lent Z)senhower. "teelk
ter a quiet week-end at
Ite House, worked for a
a his office today and
It by car with Mrs. iL
fr for their Gettysburg,
residential party left the
house grounds at -.%;44/
i trip was expected, to
out 2V hours.
'resident. with Mrd. 'S3-
on his arm,. .Wapd
[he White House back
lling and happy. Good,
ly. both posed o phboto-
* for severatr-mtnfie-Be-
pping into the Pr~es-

VPresident spent e
hour m his While
workin mot ,
, a from


lent recuperate and grad.
picks up the arduous pres-
al tasks.

While in his White House of-
fice this morning, the President
conferred with Undersecretary
of State Herbert Hoover, Jr.,
Sherman Adams, assistant to
the President, and Press Secre-
tary James C. Hagerty, and re-
ceived letters of credentials from
two ambassadors. Gen. Carlos P.
Romulo of the Philippines and
Dr. Francisco Urrutla.Holguin
of Colombia.
He planned a briet speech
in Gettysburg' flag-bedecked
Lincoln Square to thank his
townsmen for their kindness
and their prayers during his
recent iness.

Tomorrow he will go -to the
tiny office in the Gettysburg
Post Office from which e -e
his aides will coact buinss
of the nation awd the ree world.
Although the time actually
spent In the, 1A by 24-foot office
may be matted, the President
wVlbe In fl r-t tuh with
hip goversat's -flun eC.
rations at all time. thkou a
massive commnUcation system
set p 4 a i farmhouse. Mm&
The t's aides mad eiar
that Mr. Ksenbowq perW fy
would be deetlft the govern
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whai wants'
ief, Al deied tRat
tina were altar ound.
o truth t6 it at all,"
a H the was getting. a lit-
tle ~ t at press reports -f'
his tic life. "One day. I%6
nm Rita Hayworth and
the day It la Bettina," he
The price and the model have
been co stant companions In
Parts nthtspots for the past
several months. Reports t h a t
their rmance might lead to
marriage followed her visit to
the Rivitra this fall.
She has been Prince All's
guest at the Chateau de L'Horl-
zon here for the last fortnight.

Fan 1Of Aqualol

Maes Cafe Escape

FromPrison Guard

NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 14 -
(UP) Russell G. Tongay, who
was convicted of manslaughter
in the death of his aquatot
daughter in Florida, escaped
last night from a Florida prison
guard who brought him here for
treatment of a lung ailment.
Tongoa slipped away from his
guard who had escorted him
from the Florida state peniten-
tiary while the group stopped to
eat at a small restaurant here.
Earlier, the prison vehicle was
involved ina an accident near the
downtown sectionsection of New Or-
ean.' but physicians at Charity
IHogptal .pronounced both Ton-
gay andhis guard, Jimmie C.
= -43, In satisfactory
physical opadition following the
TOaf. *asn brought here for
special maedlcal attention of a
lUIaN and mysterious lung
a which afflicted him
whl e Florida state pris-
on used him to lose over
100 pouds since his confine-
Thd five was serving a 10-
ear for manslaughter or
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I, tao1 Opoberte
.our das ago
f Joijn hiS chief.
Plw? ,' resignation at
first wOa fused in Buenos
A was lar fired for his ac-
tls .I Panaaki since Per6n's
W"al. The .aging diplomat
lof Joss of retirement after 42
.ear service.
Re turned over the keys of the
Rmw.sy building to owner Mrs.
vang:Me~nA d4 Morales, and a
notary public was called in to
draw up a record of belongings.
Pacal e to remain at
the Washing with Per6n, who
moved over there last Tuesday
from Hotel El PanamA.
Yesterday, Per6n tssed a
statement tUanking the friends
and foltwes In Panam who
-"have been kind enough" to
send able and letters. He
added It, was Imposlble
to4..PM .! his Ithankl person-
4ll* to eryme, but thait he
greatly appreciated the sen-
Tonight at 7. Per6n Is sched-
uled to be gven the keys to the
City of C at the municipal
council building, and he and Ra-
deglla will also be made "hon-
orary elc ens."

aires m nruse were futpwaw
tend but the citywaat.
taobervers ad L
d Was overthrown b
iwiment t coin too
estrme right-wing,
na recent weeks .i cabinet
had become *packed" with
ulttra right-winlr CathoefeNas
tionsilets and there wer foar
this group would seie powf.
Aramburu, In 8 PrmidentIal
communique issued early today,
said Lonardi was overthrown be-
cause of the presence of these
groups trying to guide Lonardi's
ay toward "totalitarian ex
Aramburu, In announcing to.
matton of a four-man council,
said the members will counter-
sign all decrees and laws Issuod
by the government and that
their powers will be equivalent
to that of Congress which w
dissolved when Peron was ove-
thrown 51 days ago.
The new council was made Up
of Rojas, Rear Adm. Teodro

3!57 a.m. 10s20 4.-.
4:30 p.m. 10:34 p.m.

Shippers Fear Jap 'Pirates'

Captured Ill-Fated Launch

AUCKLAND, N e w Zealand,
Nov. 14 (UP) Shipping circles
expressed the theory today the
25 persons who disappeared on
the cabin launch Joylta may
have been the victims of Japan-
ese pirates island holdouts
from World War IL
A trader who expressed belief
the "pirates" had made the vie-
tius walk the plank in shark-
mlmted seas said this would ex-
plain th.dlsutbearance of such
imulimnent a two heavy radios

well as other evidence tended to
confirm the theory that the per-
sons aboard took to lifeboats and
improvised rafts after a colli-
sion and sought refuge in one of
the hundreds of uninhabited Is-
The ship's log, sextant, two
radios and aI quantity of food
were missing when investigators
searched the 0O-fbot cabin crni-
ser. Panelling had been tripped
from the salon bulkheads.

JT of LftmaSW1
i '

(IP) A threat
eased today withM
ofeeumetrd. sll

Mr abdrd the nw
dam on whi d
Ia sawith aoi
resistance to the om
Ul4js vreamoltu

'e remained aboas
the day and then 1
ashore and held in
arsenal. Brasllan i
ed with tomiygun a
He wa p.l.s
and went to
'There e aveU
exclusive" terw"
he renounced ay 0
Although he badj
he would not rs
ernment, It bad boe
might cbangehm
returned to )Uand

d- plan to ed
dier of the Chat

and c pauses. There were 11 passengers, a ties., probaby in t
native .crew of 12 and the skip- Ing, so as to avok
Wxaannatlon of the wreckage per and mate aboard when the situation," he adM
iOs the oyltsa may have Joylta left Samoa Oct. 3. The la beasmes ame
U*c rammun by a large ship. craft had been chartered for a when Jeae Cafe
Stove In timbers on the port side fishing expedition and cargo ended to the pM
bf the Joyita were in the shape haul from Dr. Ellen L 1omala, a the death
of A bow of a big ship. There professor at the University of Vras,
W Os m beef the passengers wai. tak and te*t a
.a g ew m nmbers may have A Fi Ship found the Joylta snes. to reve,
M r J d to abandon ship half subm near Pago eaep, presiarm
ttha vs was hit. las Thurda. It wasgo me ate, was elted I
. eal air force planes from its destina t heW, Take- and Chamber. -
MaR eahed u area for laus T lands, and 45 mS ag
iat. all reports southwest of its pot of depar-
tuse. celiso Ku
was found The craft was towed t the The revolt
S la week in port of tAbas* aear a ru-v* I t Oen.

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WNEI mameed me puase ns gna gasd whor
Per BY **cro ll Snn7b are
j .Is .s ..C d Ldh ujwStory white mable buidgas in e vr e t eabt r
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oI taey aOE keep e ALs vd Sadw we" IN 10Thento rey whi be m or ple lings worud the Ir o D e t e oa uuu

I ort h to vu a tet eruarers infris od e on.?s ae auci ead a c*tees aeu
S d In Coco to and a, t1. iamimet e a aT hhe t ah sn by ws vi e iit
Sa a lt of y. Bt I dn the e stee fs wihi a a to
h that some to compare to of new modern e e vi chief GOP Califa d r

h' We "emc youcma ,rhi nolenforantes- 0 "k o a t, n others. eeafl for hihe. Rule.cV. W t.ht-an t d esorenupecth e .I s eme
ee e ,ad, to go out and buy k dpoher10 acro a treet from tA the Dew rewhi are t Trman i pead a

|.S ts lus 12.B0 to -ave It de'vered three miles. And 6u flower Hotel, the Ioteratioal ag/ting* up som omet butpoweru ea.cek er rdI fom: Ie
ootbad. oiten. mop thdn of aOpr morting nE unoun hp o afth
The fog h he that nt park my t putting up a fine structo. Io Dewey hcaA put .the.a.d me ,i-
from -y door I wouldn't be able top FROIJ b "d I CAt. From wraI-here -1 te upvice ee oiulr te trrim iw
Stof a they /qanWe A0il uarto tti c the_. I rr twe

r ewAv.Thre Ias ommereanterpriae e e t tuhned peour ono atg tgSocnsid. Tr mia
sto getehere. Andf you worry about a 40omolean-hour sope d th d those proutta modern Unin S Nxord com after the o 0 B k
SThere's-age good thing I can ay aatPa tplcoi headquarter-will take on thoeu. Ve fu nhd was revealed, and o"n th p hc ..
o far cockrtIhe h aren't found it. (Maybe th tog heere hai-o tof ands of ne s ever the position m wanted a Nixon tn
A I can a i In closing, "You don't know hw well off y unioiag eld for seh AFL bassador at te White ouse counteract e ,

e-g An Ex-Cece Solo Q t rnatsionl Union-which has its ___ * Baper-ainv Democrate al14 or ee ox gou-
"way-Bell)ed House Dweller. eye on the union ettl.es.. w--_t'.er a'. .-.Wor. so
p. If I was a brave person I'd send a pho of this pce, bat F c Mneuverg in the Demale -

*a.e ns a lf her, ,- ,It.I -i .55., ,...i. 5W ad tt l ..
'Is otfit hardston em dice e fo rus iam the v i t. che go hC-a"..' mud eR
a aCfzs fore th00OembMes. a asnue.xpet the wor fro GettyC

Tghmtree to go o 'ta a acro sre ota sas e b tini ttln
StqroulietpbuttloApowuesu cthey.o k.oiq;fom. -t"a

l II would vkeot t bin Eln me aIn finding the aetn of py rat ie poinedbyuioa I y PETE ED asuc m Yor ik ahs o
Te..d fro sthis ersh thfeld. HrItsbY flvfafiner structure. / who, Demo Wai7eonsd Opu & y Neweneva o
Sw d or 't b le t f I F w a for v, completely In 'e pai Ser
cuee. e ordi In 1a10, this t.me won't rm .. r ... M e
r.eobnsiinfv ms andlIttae f ront 20 to mrP Teem merLels enterprise- Ir h teader rid sourew on ad. D at Trumeo ane
to a aican who supposed toJfnws.. him..He their membns areuS on rest ga *ss at the brdea 14 woClod bower mght be influeaced to with*- Stevenasi leaders is to sew upIeaders o a ommitted to
to get there.ct Andor youkstp him worna abou a 40-ilean-ou speed m.5 tg

T harch et twoandIenwoudhig I h c to knowt t.nytare e alive. heuanins tarates ore, te w_ l i tt they
-Etah Beamh (tor Montente Joh) y pace next February y r T Marhe i nearly evereawe closely assorted looi good a the years ahead e fr. o a c a to
Morne dui o Ths wih the President that he wl Pesidt Esenw er be Bn aoed tt or
Carries The AFL eThefen se treaty with Iran was tuShunoi."t
St. Lud avo o th, dekedackard ad e the a econd t o his great ruade over to a gane The Tenneseean has al as much a blow to the Kreml
ffl rema u and recent's iial This opinion is by Cabinet successor, say ffman ways un his own ow. Today he as the Cech akan arms deal

r Esenhower to become epubcan many eop-parlarly emo- e mot dangers pase of the ae and does what he wants. East unless we cancel our alliance
a ? candidate in 1Ma. He autsequetly ratfwere too qulck In writing cold war may be just ahead be TAi boy i have been wanting with Iran.
Sf teeooolltowouldnbe allowed to a es movement. D p to Elip taln p leates. But Etes wants t Poting to the fact that thn
o door o the Nal station or la oo The one ath s der the. wt. He argues that he has some Kremlin humiliated Foreign e
s i t h a lightly, though it is not based on the conditi the This bg tituaton ad ve d e. he Geneva meeting, Bon aid
yearany talk with the Pralet nt ituat ry nt spg wh ideed Hoa pin at ounces earNy, then credential was a sign of ttNig

S l heart attack, the Pre t has to ma his big Presidll eel will et up the de the Kremli. He
Ae I scoesa oftosdf Presideit ise clIs desaiYddeeinlak late ts werter or Asaise a hearing. att- uth .eWhitturn ss

Il t o s plamIn with Navy equl rto on a th a If the 6ay esi h f toi osies, he's got Rome mGazet a; i
i i.t da h A aren't wroouodn a to to puang on ceseg emn e m s oI Ename Th uap coimewes ran, Cle l -
deceasedbrother AsJounwShethen areonewYork Cit, AL fona, soutWsconn O

| wouike, ehvIloy Cher t Tho moniat Wit re.- T was tge tn fr a such Incidenta ofpeelong-legyd Tenneareeanto so p Seta
bus Les sork-bu tahr ar10e0 of- n In- becosemAolanfstvtce'faioetre Itneva. Be
Srhldren aa from a BOADWAT, PAR AND Alphant (here during the war I here?) .e.. The carbon-csbitts would be a i troniet; her both

t h btsteteeS esirse gaout knwsof thete brre dI set paysl a mighty low wagBt. ae seen e n hat s laers he wIt'tosw:ule ae r/s aeOBc lom mitted
St hoe for racial hlp Lf-Wig writers. Gives interview hg ugged the a song title with the w pro In the third Democrai eamp, l I
acThei deo two5 and sawld lonw et alive ist andtpublcists. tu irodstraigh wtl hself wout s saying: "Why lend us money. We ryphal of Dreams'" k.. Lou rcs ifaI khe s tesbef th wuwld build Up their tales
whict " ?"l The TIe people have come ho mele( saI
i r its e ha m to e qu Thsthe ed m d t ar Oh, St M orre of
Ml h s"at^lR gwa omsdD afre M to Thist.i ateon far talking up for their ba baln. Time, tl., brass re- tp (er first back th the U.S.) didn't look too sad in thf news Nole a w t
h e AW L0cWorkier Ofical HoffEma owbwages, hourh and welfare and recover caaed in Tyele sesprtn- her secret lu out: She cannot speak photos taken after her ds on. T eur cm / l o dat
...* Cstalis 5ave nfel w r Ion improvements sblef toe MeinPlc r aen r oer; enli ru-can only ning it ovt. John "So what," said a listeTer "youa a ll- asm ch at
ofe T .....remain Is h fmor example, on reduction -ta e. To aaiR w hoe Doykeeller, Jr. has turned over can't photo hfa broken wart" .u hTo dy hC a
ca zeto oThewlbesrksiderae npapptaess among the right Idea it wa to s the La. one of the gigantsanxbrol 2-slory aptm . Miss eudtnoe's 6th m Dgage ie up
0Ioulnie SCU T ht-o b fG l e y l arGe the AFmnin aad CIO through- Gem v s errsy piece ... Barbara Hutton in his own apartment bidS (740 provide a great moral to, deg: d o ns
d e ase -roth er oftelsvi. l esld sobe Nanys u ir out country. Eke employes of intimates predict her husbanand Park) ar l their residence. But the t swbanha are easy to but & 's
Sl kd id te irt, outtbtnita ter ther auoqoun cwSasajcompautiea which are won't lahtebWheo the eMb itdy Alphandw cannot get their faraob- love nn't. | t
o *: att itwillbe cornected abota trti ue. the workers of the faded shh allegedly iaid she wil o ture fr bonths-so it Istnds empty. b g n
Slwit wsreetly th o myhirctatntronplanepaooErteopetyalkngwoverueClgcoteBiutE 1swnst o Poifaingit ha c h e I et osr

Snatinl labor leaders man) e to Vg with (November alway wa Ser l tr
Ag o ter aret Tran's eot to the natra made for "Carousewlwa Margaret aatf never mor andih mme
to door othoam men who have worked all e-al ame wl be Jer- We hear they are merely setaa- Miss Huttoh may never wa. B He rusta ehsem uidFiK

Su there ves for the unions and now b Py Goi. eyner ... Bie Rumor: toal ... No matter what the Red Selton head an aeates t
SBCi gy lraih e e ut. ea at Osted Ditator Ph n itiI otbseek potufhnicty says the tp prce Frtd indy's explain why hetnevi aSd jueteod usy.Ihe Gonvameing, oblersai
a tk W te I ot ne i owhatn' to halo fear yeeing Orlea t h Hoelywoods the esaiest "An actorom he saidti "never ds riia af ctiun

e i r toldat Ethelat thathey're --- p h: Raymond Burr i ig a hesriptr-he Jtudges a part .. wliel h
e AL tyai J out-a sd becRee their ejob wnhorl overlap a declk tied: "The Daly the Sky Ki wtr Novak's quote: "You nbeal er c mp etu rn

S. w w t a s i i th erte ewfederao. GIan Taloae i aleatit the Went Out of It Md ... Ty with a man hof n hour a he' h

Spress abroad oe film fok re- Power's real love fums isst) either ugly or handsome, F a et
T:! I..I we am hu- mn aidaybeqtht T me than.her'His we the for

f'f1T 7 ,I Many of these employee are not prot. Breghti suit a e.t the mag is nis $16,500 Dusenberg InIng on his character." ( his
LAf m Icovered by pension plans and ave slaz i m& Noeuvo" for Richard Wilson's new tonq, bank balance) . I '
I i security. Many are too old to printingg a pbto f he shape which Girls from Planet 5" (sle" rmemo to .Godfrey: There' nly
IJ shIft, to new industrie-or to she cSa as "toe sexy"... Gina's tion set in 199), the U.S. is com- the lights dIernce
r ,industry. suit Caused that meg to suspend plOtely governed by women. l the words at and
one isue. .Cot th. owner a young cept, of course, in Texas .. adle: chtrist Ba For
" / So as labor prospers and is mint. IShe )t that lswul -_aoo a-ry advance pews about Barry )ealthy-Marrge Man m
t treasuries Accumulate, the unions or Iatas end gasettus sew foel she Sullivan's elbow-bending and&el t.Jead High." (Battered as may
wilinvest more heavily in cOm- played a dirty trick ea the craft, in "Queen Bee"... Ain't be) ... Bob MerrSIl has a Ir
M ri .bilrso_ .asught cheap eats go.no civic pride? Cid- of n album coming up
Ic W.d economy .i y ay .,. Many ofat them town novelty shops are offering T .Vicki Welles, the
and 40 unions-**are X up = W6. ap g shirts with a satunk and Oft broke her littal pinky on
just as does. sur o.pett such as Inscription on them: "I'm a little he r kitchen floor. :SUtck Se
Is 41IIchIas stlaker-New York" . Im Runways, degree.)
i ~ And ust as business gets Dorsey and vocallure Maryi ..l.
picketsl ,o will mre an r CMOs is hme r m the a a steady ooooo. h.
kupatal aef=Thaw2 ahe.JoanCraw- is the 41 in
___________ Som. the ma writing about EyeliD the woman's editordof a Is- 1. We take time and price In aping yo
i,-,_a mw ut at hes (Harry Thaw), who shot BW- lter ang T Le LNa t select a pls
(la ur ) 'IWgaer White dead .i the Uoatlnkose e with t
1-I .'.,. ., s the the'; .me of "The Girl E t up . a te 2. We e erd yes: olso i n registryy
re1 m.i .-Recommend- Thaw for today's goo salaries ...A Lo ...uise .. w -
I11 Bob". # Ie thati Tner ca se, apptro. GreerGan Iat.Blla a; I t
I W a t ",IIa" "nIto N.Y. were paid by as the eanledhar.,It W e -sa--- rse p l
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or,-b. etoave~ i to her several bottle of beer. L- works both ways. Most mother.
an e. ll nnt!ed..e amurdet .the woman as ,,ying, the two left In Miu would always, atop to speak to
igT drtbve to Dalton where HIla's car, where he suddenly their friends, would stand up
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Clie et. Richmond, ah., mtly was quic. Tey said g- ow you treat your moth er i--
where he itenMded to viht hs or apparently caught the contemporaries r Is as importantIt
father _.and ter- quoted ware because trician to her as ow she treats yours
Howmter pole aid -t'ylor m as ingof a strugg left in Mthe ls to .

told tdi6ve te abandoned the automobi e. she stand upAMP t. N R
Ides 4 1eainke, Va.,'where the Officers said Taylor told them note in the mail box dome two Natmi AMew IiCA .VEATW wiI
ar f t of f.uel. H e told of-he h fouht off suct urges iles fromhe oy but because Sie t i UB TMSw
ing er hef-et the car 153 Roa- beoe d but that was unable wanteen-agers. rs mother to i --
are .Stre t and hta-o vhikd to ont apparl himself with Miss HI know the body was.thiat of her
back i Georgli, -whire he was Tylor, who has a 15-year-old daughter. Thevictim's mother
arr d In Murray Counuty Bat- wife, said he left the bizarre lives in Arab, Ala.

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men's feet are able to do little Elmore Buckethal, a suburban
convey. the owners to bed. Shorewood, Wis., plumber.
this What most. Women do.
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e problem is that lasting da- Shorewood police found the
rge can -be done to overworked burned bodies of all five mem-
S by restricting their beauty bers of the family following a
treatment to a nights' sleep. Tehy fire at Buckethal's plumbing
feel better he nqxt morning, true- shop downtown here. They said
bu4t one day they won't feel better the nature of the fire indicated
aW all. arson.
Pere's the basic course of care Authorities then went to the I
the feet. It can be made more Buckethal home In Shorewood to
ate ais it, is needed. investigate the plumbing shop
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side. Buckethal, his wife and.
three children had all been shot
In the heads ald lubricating ql
had beun ourett oer the.bts

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set tefire at t~e plumbi g shop
and then retutrned home and
S igd libe family and himself.
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one of lson 8. Ranger, an exe-
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8 Horse's gait
12 Honest
13 Possess
14 Finnish poem
15 Writing
16 Process of
18 Firmer
20 Donkeys
21 Born
22 Sailors
24 Seaweed
26 Vipers
27 Free
30 Terror
32 Vegetable
34 Rubber
35 Head wreath
36 Medical
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37 Actor
39 Duration
40 Yell ...
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42 Drawing room
45 Turned aside
49 Objector
51 Mineral rock
52 Leer
53 German
54 Edge
55 Charge for.
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56 Anglo-Saxon
57 Observe.

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8 Lock of hair 28
9 Operates 27
10 Formerly 24
II Golf mounds
17 Frontlersman '29
Kit -- 31
19 VDrads
23 Shock 23
24 Interleollon 38
25 Learning 40

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ledger 43 Jason's ship
Cupola 44 Lie Idly
Paris' first 46 Blood vessel
wife 47 Great Lake
Mongol 48 Greek
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1855 type of brtakfaut t6 mark tih^ reason not .t& .The is too nega Mrs. Cesarina Fulirton, Gladys~ship of the Music Scholarship BY yf
theB.irw.nSABga ex r business. We had. baktd apple is. 'Baby Hawklina and several No admission wfl be cHarged, .
M,,. ~.E.o. g ,eya -e eh-t.. ,.. .. euse" r iies .brdakgt teak, potatopttice: ht if you've etr been rude g grandchildren, but persons ited to the con-.
the I h or of '* MrM t graham gems to a person never said or done -; cert have been asked Tifdr $1 do- -
So. ..U tf Ur.'T.- -,. nnmamiS- Graha waM I ner wZ Collede Acnors yot help the two young artists t BRIEFCA E..
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" m.t W $ BriaCox, WHi Uia n. Jon gOne cup unaifted gribam or aiend ,to ak ne Junir College 14 has been chosen for thaa
SmAs race M iazdn, Wuam a0J an oh An jm, whole wheat flour, 1 cup ifted h feel y warmt toward you. ormh enh tr Spresentation directed by Subert artment.
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In tue ,Aurciu gn^auBiiavay iw- gonda eveangs from <:uu p.m. bi hatM s netne. Mntein na Mix together graham flour, all-
SvWaa wie ctnanuuaJ. ers i tae otagkhee t a-e. a!a A eoy of the popular of 0k and sugar. Combine eg, milk and like and admire him? Have you -| t -
MAU. cL a us rui wUU. dance. wre tn.4wnutei tt ue shortemani. Stir into dry lgredi-gone out of your way to do a favor snAeoFu Cmi
. iert8 se son ( ear. auu 5rldaa* 6sioin, an wul eun- Nature Study Group .- ents. Stir to mix only. Do not beat. for hia? Have you ever said or Nods i l b
ar. ua uer i, ueue .College c Fill large deep uffin pans,doneanythingthatwouldmake
lami, *si. eaca class waia s open o. ma- The Nature Sty Group f the rubbed with shortening, one-half him feel more pleased with him- -c but persons dto
.- gave:y pMerOnnei, lige t n peanoni a Canal Zone coeeg Club wle meet full. Bake in a hot oven (4'5 deo self? .. . . ., Ia v "
.AWC Crir.l ery u -- ie puuuc.. at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, at; the greens F) for 20 to 25 alnmiUtes. Have you bothered to find out S a. .-i
Powerr o ops amuaier Diablo Camera Club. Mss Kathe. Sunkist Growers play, p th and remember things about him o help the two Yo
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can women a u vanl w. give to An ua&Lnt tusptay of ceramics, Mrs. Paul D. Barnard wul show tiny lemon-poppy.seed coffee rings, thing to say that lets him kn1Bw'
iiurrow a.sernous ai U.C Strmn o'h pmuwumiga anu u.corsi.u udhCau slides of local birds. Guest ar in- orange blossom rolls and lemon that in your eyes he is a ral Our
an nh, .oi., Aluor Aoof Mr. auu Mrs. ytuuam ,ven-e vited to attend. drop ring. person, nqt jrst a face and a!aton reted b
Wi M b l-e--rt Atc 404e u y r d. a mew i a wa an l au uaupu- e whe f ur, nampsift edilling a t niche in the world?e 1 m nm Decemn e i ll.
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tuosm. laalo tli Lcew, Ll LL For Araeological Lemon-sugar: 1-3 cup sugarown youdonrself, "Why should h to m e like meiii
om _o6 w4 :a r- wNorma Belland will give an il grate peel of lemon, table- Instead of "Why e wouldn't he?" Whether ou be a e business man or
Or Ilea ant a, pm.at la e S:A T it e -t" ifted family has created lustrated I mle&ture on Panamascope. .oening. ar, 1 tabewoo ro c nos ..o-tobe n--s-asoon oh,

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l Drawigga-fer, doF. prizes as paes he to winu u.s, with Venado Beach at the next meet cup water, 3 tablespoons lenon are you wouldn't be asking your- life is timed 10 a minute, and in our .
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an| t i.,wl a uralus m gizutes u fe intagisaa r te ne Wednek s Pa ya t which will be ocaeld or margarine. You would just know that he emorandm*-book it ie i^a^^" tgc/or
IWcanwnoegr buie e "irteU w 0 6ua utmlzed in W ln area .ur p.e Wedne day, at 792-X La Beca.ld., b did-from his responses to your' something *. i i
a m tneilr ucttaz, Beaangs 1p 1A n .pd. Balboast b Make Lemon-Sugar: Mi- sugar own genuine likla and interest
in udra, or ue s u AA comp ftehe dinner set made by -- p and peel together and set aside in him. oweve deeply engrossed you may beaveyou
j ig. qrakn, (imaer win BBnotnthe lamuuy geotp.ua.daut w ar until needed. Mix augar grated. the ,e"er-LeCoultre Mmorox ha'
ka.a ,eWU wai r e laon, tiatuw e n-Natureiw tudyGroup lemon peel and bil.cut m o teeth- mixture. Repeat for second layer. wtnl -
a "lia.Re vU>M *lA^VC >lAl Ul utuiW me vugivl.iKu "uasA.Ztoieer d.l..,.. dLJ L-ae dt m r n opans, o ayhn t. ..l'
tickets at m ,00 biaY, eapihy. iaips, walt Aso inC..amm- The NatuBook ReviewSty G of p the rubbed with, shore inie water Bake at 400 dmore pleased with himo 30 il
e ru .anor a lymae dishes for neiower arrange. Canal tZone oeg Club w ill and lem, juke add to bel t minutes or un lightly browned of all those engagements o must b

oAWC ell mens,anu cranie s cru.ons of meet a 9:30 .m., Th' Wednesday. at mite stir to make a stiff dough Turn upside down on cooling rack
I, Bibles, birth records band dedca the home of Mrsub. Miss Kard er- rush a 8-inch rowerslad or and, if desired,memb glaze with plain .. as orgt uthimit will free you from
un, otelpbne au Ca ias, decorated with 22 hI geant, organ Avenueb Mrs. inch lo pan w i th melted butter, icing whilare sti warm. For plain, so th costa worry about the time
S Stegold, are also on exhibi tion. George Lee wll serve as cohost- sprkle generously with lem on tog ether cup confec .
Ser A children's display a lides of local birds. Guest sin- orange blossom rols and lemon that in your eyes he is milk
S~ravty ,oance poiorAuuowe d by ci note of interest with its story to attend, drop u ng. ieo th person ednqw dJost a face and aexed turig dis All

ae u.- i eAr' Aanm th arwi. osu eXbitia s an c actes o c t M ae ote rd y r, L'b y Thoser are dt h pertinent questions is timed o w 2
oe Wal Li U an, tLemonsugar:-1-3 p sugar, yourself, "Why should he like me"
o ao ntheeora cres dNorma Bell and will give an fo rtWheter you be ebueiness man or
usirctea peel fuImlemon, 2etable instead of "Why shouldn't he?"

o er e us tted family has created lust aedlecture on P spoons sar, tablespoon grated Cchyou could answer al lofh to hose 1 igeedeueclie ear

nauIsau. Barr D MIs a The bai C as dep, in ewatircens placed owe on Wedndy at te i h son l crop wa ups up nine per stionstitorily, chances r
oall HI. and flowers, such as poinsettias Church of Oneur Saviour at 2:00 p. cent and fall crop may gon are you wdn't be asking your- minute, and in yo
dao as o ut h-, rM:. reand the various speletS of orchid ait Panamae f the a willj r e.departn t.memorndum-bosak it isvi

'Thespin 'ro1p Ko. -4 aIL te pat seernle a ea brs. of the b Cu Y u l t a 1. *' tIhaet *
wMUss all be M or;;fwylalay92-X .1n at the W e m e AT 14 (S t o
Mw geiyr- Barr D gll U hvfe a o rrnie oanin l orh a d a "uln d'
theeadr lote sepprigcastretihoussearsyearr I.tmdbyMk on re Mix-sugareoeerdel.rssdyu a
MMranMrsStvensonha vext WeIW 3all eo t e eltogether and set asideinhim.

r Mi, e ru tewet aemon peel and biscuit mi teth- mixture. Repeat .*...or second layer.
1Lt ath $ 0 Mr I y. npsA lmsieo'-ai a. e l ed pon oal that will never fail to remind
otame. Aw C- ea nnens,.anc' ceranli-tions Production of meat 19i56 nglglm, 1 ott ru t b

L uL bema- a "very cwleoAe tos ti lBrusa-h ring mold or 9x forge* will free you fro
goldarelso on exhibition. Geo tput, the department s re- l y -enin
.Bc A children's display is an add- Sgg conuumerDivdedfofrdioners' sugar 1teaspoonilkevo alarm is set to time b

S De.. pi dited n its periodical publication, -Diid in fo ar d .
ia, 5% DIt uSCOtU-NT" is nd ta shape each into 12 s allo and few d
nin, Mm shaod prodSucti on of Bugh Line mold with2 rows o m of anindexed I.Allh
onMAHGA, I ..cnY toUxoitfures, and, meat in renie
r Cor rthe eerameexhibit.On ceed this year's rate.

FORE IGN Cattle slaughter, -at a record -t I-
TheAn-t .. .. "rne ieayeas depicto-native scenes place on W1dnesdiv at t h The sprinBg,,ere;M was up nine per


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rrI sv I- VUn- FOR SALE:-- 'a-ft. Wat-ing.
house reftigelatr. ved cendi-
CJAL ZONe0 PQLTCLINIC tln. needs paint $50. Panama
TL 2224.
' cM D F6oru Dr.LR. AVU h- player "Deoe." Mxcallbat buy.
.Jr,.S. .GreTiol Uu y) MN.D. Hours No. 16. 12th Steet. Ri
.t (4h e. July) Avo.,, N. IAI Abaje. Phome 3-2969.
(o Pi a ,Ancon Sd r Ire gy .. ..nd)
I 2-2911 .-mlnaua FOR SALIE; Dresing table,
-m ahI my desk, wkker cdeir,
S-table, onecyclp dia. miss. tems.
RETIREMENT. LIFE Hem 141.x lnkse. Phone
wardrobs. nilht table $45j
JIM RIDGE tl .ks $30. 53; 12 m.quit
3'aS' 53 each: 4 van-
Phe hPnasm -245 ll '5 $8 each. Mit-
JCec fVll Mar, Panama 3-

MSBSPORTSBAXTER -A.All-' Generat lictrie
rPomke S-e .1 M ove T automatic defrost re-
hoseW 2-2451 25.262 frirlator with large freezer
m. Lpri p rmatir; The em-et-
ANAMA RID SCHOOL mall washer (bek 60 c vlesl.
& Jumping ele~m doer Divin" ud 2 Fin lWirthL slipcov-
W. d l*."? | k t,-
to 5 9~ O 1-027 de, nUat4ehg IM AiA cirend te-
r buw ~j.. .t: Imorsn
jl -ijit Magine rack .
"We hae Teur p liI. All dz~e*m i egndla-
BOD -REDUCNG rdtemaan, Panamau -
I famo..M ,. CLOachinesm30. -
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-Tearaway, a 40 to 1 logaSbot, am
won' the Manchester Handicap, Ce
thelast state of Cha b@itlaih 1155 5i
fItt zacinza asoen. of
TOKYO, JapaNa..(UP)F-El- it
ston Howard slanmid a bases of
leaded home run nt the first R
tuning to lead the touring" te
New York Yankees to a 10-0 pm
win over Japa~' Pacific ce
LeGaue All-Str bfore a gi
ctrow of 2B, AutsdIng tb
Crown Prince AkIto. hi
MILWAUKEE, (UP). Joseph tu
Cairnes, vice president of the w
Milwaukee Braves, revealed there ca
is a strong possibility the Nla-I f
tional League team will operate ui
a high classification farm club lt
at Miami, Fla., during the 195.
season p.
198 ANOELEB, (UP).-Sonnia th
Bufferd" &V*
ture in Saturday 's 1vO over
Washington, rested comfortably U
at Hollywood Presbyterian Boa-
The ekecutivC etditBfee of t
AUantlc Coast Cf taremI re-
quested A.C.C. Cumieadoner
James Weaver to begin nmme-
diately procedure to select the
conferences Orange Bowl rep-
representative. Maryland al-
most is assured of the bid but
Duke has an outside chance.
RICHMOND, Va., (UP).- The
Federal Government announced
it will place Richmond's triple A
International League baseball
club on the auction block Mon-
day in order to retrieve $79,211.-
60 in back taxes.
VIENNA, Austria, Nov. 14 (UP)
Ladislav Choc of Czechoslo-
vakia was reported by Radio
Prague yesterday to have set a
record of 4:27.28 hours for the
50-kilometer walking event. The
listed world record for the event
is 4:30.21 by Hungary's Roka.
a laes vifn -B Pmae tt1y
f Lee Angple. m t the smI
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P .pi l-ed -s Nw, sl 300

lA ic A r195o Mi rdt Ox.
m0,0o *me, 1475,

Mr IALl-Hmitdi fPeqr. e.
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PriWd 16 ill. PhrM Penami 1-

FQR SAUL:-1094 Peed C..ntr
Soh ta. itian waglt), Ferd-
w. tk. ddle. Phone Ba* a 2103
-aftiw' p.m.

FOR S&ALi-1950 Vauulall 4A
der <~Ian I-,cylinder).' g9d
eenditi. Phon* Balbo 4114 or
140O fter 4-90 p.m.
ikf SALt: beautiful 1941
Cadlao cl u10iina with leyry-
thkin. 50 0ibh. Call Piaima

fteal Estate .
MUSIT UL:-,Weok-end home
3 Ii M City.
30 pltos fem Pane a Clty
Phinm 2-4924 or 3-2944. Pan.

MAAfS TrainsI

WI -Nerson who pklked up bew OX ANCOn) C.L
, sale mepherd puppy at MiS1 BOa1x I .eatACt, .eZ.
0 Nov. 11 please notify 8-.912.
Simmedate. 'FOR SALE,

Help Wanted mA.ee- ..J
Teha- for 'T l y $2.,0. Rom Leaf
WANTID:-Experienced h0se0- Pih $1.10 p.,' r Hestande
- kea-udek, preferablv te oN.ye 5 Pr. ACUARIO TROPICAL
In. $427 Los Ries, after l110. T SHP. 40 Via op-s, Tel-
S Ph.. 2.4436. ephon 3-5411.
,--- CLEARANCE SALEf 40% off
Man all or t e -1ing s de. -Ieofand
VFW Plans Xmas holwar""', know" fb
Take advewtae of ik offler and
Charity Po nroam shop eay for Xm."sOIRRAS,
SPlass 5 de Maye.
1 A Christmas charity ,DrOam FOR.SALI- ew's 20'? 4blele,
- ft the uleedy in the fpmVlc of new tires, nw paint, perct for
Panama is being planned by the d Xmas t e. C all Ialr
den. George W. Goeul post 3235 ,
S NO. 383b; VFW. of Cocoli. Gifts
will be distributed in the farm FOR SAlE: -r Showriap. .kspbL.
areas between ChitrL, Sabana mets, mirrors. Cntral Ave. Ne.
4 qra de and Guarar# in the 115. Panama. ,
o u ,Ontains. LFOR SALE -..ue
-. I contributions of cash, service- a.d stands, *e*t asi, ude
SAblee th and toys or can- utea, e4 "end m5 ..'NHeo
S ll or, Ud foods are being ac- 63-A. Phone 2- 1 .
"0e 1 uyithBe VFW unit,~. FOR SAl4pAwmeUe |P
The VFW asks perfon s w hei rot 4-oeer Wet.-.
ing 'toe cmtrbute noty the. f ol- ulee wge -. 9ek 02 le01t4.
lowing- VFTW Post Howe, CocoU, fan; ether meheM items.
jphonc 2-2912, after. 3:10 -l. nHouse 790.B al 101.
I daily or call committee ehair- H- l!:-1
Sman Rufus Bprnette at 25-A179 FOR SALE:-M O 'oleu 10-ft.
for Ilenm to be picked up. r"frgi eto $225, fO-F;lco; ir
-- Friilare 13-ft. 0-cyh. 2Wr.1
n o voie lymouth Plasa 1954. CN
Sseen till 4 p.m. at No. 19
DI'IA l n tA1C 44th Street sell Vista.

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milit ffllatedR i Serv-tors In the communtcations dlvi.
e (hM 1) is spreacdinl like slon of the school, organized, and
wild ,il Latin A erican put Into operations' the bight
aton chifly.cie ltrough course.
e ea small ft of Instruction Is handled main-
A qoel d at Iv by Hammonc,.'wh resents
IcIal beoo foutb houe of ni0h et-ru on

P ghout the. world their 14 or 20 weeks.
S and emergency' "T4e majority of our, nstruc-
m una stem. Todayv tion,'" sid ~ le ra, "deals with
he ri eg c lately 150 lt hInternationai J rse code and
f flBerators in 12 radio theory. We feel the most
outh -American Important requirement is to pro-
I I vide students with a fundamen-
In t a tin American tal understanding of the radio
:Al frofi a series of system as well as creating an in-
DIm curses offered terest in MARS.
ti St chMool. Thd "The purpose behlad the pro-
strilu o. maintenance gram," Herrera continued, "is
nd %' iss offered to to increase the number of qual-
ent r'a ith American of.- ifld radio" operators in Latin
cerA taed men as it Aerift coanblies. Another
rthe UmsprograMl. function Is teo cete an accessl-
The prfti was offlciall.' in- ble communications outlet fr
iated In' im at the direction i former students in the event it
f Col .# Earl, USARCA- becomes necesumy to- contact
IB i lef. Supplies and fellow students on communica-
ichnical pesonnel were dis- tons problems."
etched tat Latin American "Another and pprhaps more
ounttles, wite work was be- important pupoese, explained
in t4 ,ta-U MARS stations in Hammons "Ja to provide an ef-
be .Wi1aw military. mission ficlent radio net in the event of
eadquartbrg., an emergency."
The, 'Itl tIon phase was Th rArmy currently Operates
arned : school personnel MARS.statlqna at most U.S. Ar-
ho ilstu an "off-dut." my missions in Latin American
lU ly. approximately countries. Nations having quail-
ve per. sthe student vol- flied as MAna operators include
ntee.4 attendd the night Bolivia. Chile, Colombia, Costa
uyo Rica, Ecuador. II 8alvador, Gua--
Tod~ao year later, particl-temala, Honduras, Nicaragua,
aU red to 80 per cent Panama,' Peru and Venezuela.
h llfied to earoll in To date, Army mission per-
f NI...- sonnel report that former Gulick
T in be0ort4i students arp making frequent
"ppeftaiors. Mal. use of radio equifanent-an in-
6ra and M-8gt. dication the "unofficial" pro-
botli instruc- gram is successful.

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FOR SALEI --4'a nied singl
canaries $10 ea., unil Ond of
CAL PET SHOP, 49 Via 16pala.
Phon... 3-5411.
Sea l bid;, ,fqr peningI U *
K, will t reteived'uiNO :*0
.m., November 18. 1955, in
the office of SuperintedenBt of

"eoler, co tM dioxide cyllnden.
iUollhe itglllH, -l althr,
parts for ewla~ macilnes, die-
charge pipes, steam and water
pumps, roof|i tine, cableptlictr
trailers, winch, iAn lating fiber-
board, rlfb6rcing steel, tires,
tube*, steel tubing' anl roofing
felt, For.further inftmatian con-
taet Divisl-of Stoehowses, Bal-
boe; tolephole '2-1815. Invita--
tien No. 208 may be obtained
ferm th 'aobve office.

prints painted on sidewalk of
New York's Timea Square re-
mind everyone it's cleanup thi
in the big city. The prhMt
direct residents like this U40t
the Jitter baskets for dPuMut
of trash. -

i- yg weans wtat we average ine.
r- I .her new RKO-Deneket ogeamu
11 fl 55 lSIOUTH PACIFIC." But it is
Its esler, Desiguer Gwen Wakeling, it'a
Is "asI ablhated sarong with a belit-in
i. ta IspiatiUem to any
"ald ul e thee i island
lot *as 4de m-n.

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Apl nits f

ATTINTN4 &r dI Ju. t he
moder Mlmlked a smnt%, ,.
2 kedmea bit, aeld watea.
_PhoneM Psai 849-4. I
FOR RTi- Newly fun*rbd
and uauhIf. apartash.
Contact Alihambn Apartments.
10th Stret 801, lelephneM
1386, Coen.
FOR RINTi- Modem two-bed-
room Sparapjet ienal's rem.
marage. Ave. fuae 20, Tele-
phone 1-O9"T.

FOR R rNT:-Col, quiet two-
bedrom naprteien, manificent
view. C..r 47thk Ste. Call

FOR RINTj-In located, fur-
nished 1-reM apartment. Clea
and cool. 4.5r SjPert No. 13.
FOR RENT.-2 -o esapart-
ment iet lit."1 b Stert No*
8, San Frnilsse. Phass -6155.

Po-,NT..Jt ..it be*t .i... .
in 4th wo Ne 34, Pasrqe Le- rla'ki Snt I C I a aekh
fevwm dmi e we-l a ,id e's Ceroages. Modormtov-se,

sFOR'- et o.u"'.. la.CTeo
-t: simgdilnn msm, hes72.
pe-- e _rae bw -_fm mipmrob.
in Pltillei. CAl Panoma I ... .

Neted prufesioln"l laPs plephe
offers private l enssIn lian WANTED:-Seaeter whigeyard
plane playing .. Call EzlZ l. tramids". CallN14"a5
NETT. Ph e 2-1282. le.
notn ,* ,t t'Ip s

FOR RW-T, Compte-y r- I. WCICIaUait M 10 L 1Ullg IWidy
nilhed e Met *t Il CaMurele, T

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Indplndoot rN"M tip *W-* t- .
Mhot r, tel 1m.. .kete e..
Call fog Ilfrieati e -i796 ROME,Nov. 14 (UP) One
IL, Panama. of. the chiefidefendants in the siurmew
FOR RINTW-Apis $10;W 'lsol agan t th eothe '
mn $20. ,nes. CarmBil& cenuir'. a lurgd4 mastraes to
454. Phee,.S050 Wo 2-011 set a daeor te 0 deayed U re said hi client Polto,
---r--- trial "oat is, advanced age. and in his
FOR RENT: I etiMt Weal th condition, ia4s,1 a
fto eutl i vaerI 8 PoEto, 73T, reAned po- need a. right not to remain
rom, kltsche. Cae Darien N. lice chief of Romew fofrlly ask- any IO uader the. weight f a
9, next sree from 4th July. ed for trial at an early date in or- charge has causedhim so
--- der to- sek toclear himself of much trrbarable damage nd
POR SALE-14-bdrer e. living charges of aiding and abetting the deep bitt ness.
rem apanmient in ie #45, mai~slaugter of pretty Wilma .. -
Atrtomoble RAw, ppitair F Ph n Montes He submitted his re' Polito, o was police chief of
ama Auto. For deails t D quest tAttorney General Leonar- Rome at.e tim. .l. M
Cat.e, N..24 Arv. ; .im.2, do Giocoll through his lawyer, te ia cg with
1616 Filippe Ongaro. fully mlading his own police
SFOR RENT:-.- Frnised aprt- 'qt-dl necessary and urgedt,*th0 J~ *a "-ac-
met, aln utilities, Army inspect- cleat should be put in a po-
e4 Via Ipla, hove. bofors
Ju Via F a. hM -o on to show in a public debate .tome's llng newxsaer I
--- Fm_ L_ the lack of foundation of the Messaggero oredthat two Ca-
FOR RINT:- Modrm tw-ed- charges that ha'e been levelled ra'dnieri.. fers
ianty, M ,* ltving- at him without sufficient expla, are beikeg p te Jward for
a s ag. nation and on the basis of wholly their e -
and lHandry relm. ScieeMl5 `M;M6'paiwa pJer- te4.ea.. a
S watr, For further itfho l > awy eruaro ia Its
hoe 3-496 TE "These cbhrges are a stein on
SWANTEDhis reputation, and on the vr ry
prestige of civil service."
HoIses. Polit~ik moe of the three-star
--st-. .. sl Jtle drg-tsex.mar.'
WANTED: Choat, 2 or 3- tlr CaidaH which forced the
bhiroom in gooMd ewtion. Notify resgatie n of an Italian foreign
CAA, Stx 500, BIe Helghts, amiater, risked toppling a cabi.
C.Z. Ma n d supplied amunaitiom to
the Communists In their ea am.
TWANTED iV ,,* .**,.
reg me.
Apartment$Dfendant number one is Piero
YOUN- COUPLE wi chi iccioni, 33-year-old jazz .b an d.
e V*OiG COUPLE w u an t and son of resigned For'
dmr ie Jan-. Cat A e ign Minister Attllio cieoni. He
r. aboutI SJan. 56, C Aw lcea charges of culpable homJ-
7e (mandaughter) en the t .e
that he abandoned to
beauty Wilma Mont
t tide come up and drow her
Um. rO S A. f The half-nude body of M!I Is
mu. Imtesi vwas found on the beach
Tr Vaianica in April, 1 '5 3.
| in w- Bvestigating Magistrate Raffaele
epe believes she fell uneoscious
PARIS, Nov. 14 (UP) -The Men- during a wild party and PieciOa
ate's election committee today abandled her on the beach in
recommended another ame n d- thie won assumption that she
meant to the government lec- as deaT
tion law, striking a severe blow
at Premier Edgar Paure's hopes Polito, and self-styled Marquis
of calling French general elec- 4o Montanga, 44, are 'charged
tias in December. w' ith aiding and abetting the as 1
h lathter. even others are
'The vote was expected. But It shared with concealing the facts
presmged a new senatorial amead- r giving false evidence during
ment to Faure's assembly-Passed a -investigation.
election bill, now shuttling baek FiPcioni, Montana. Polite and --
and forth between the two cham- their co-defendats were ordered mrae-
her% dad lessened Faure's chanc- for trial five -months ago, but sno b w wle I,s*tr i
esq holding the election Dec. -. no date or placehas b eea st yet. bMisn1 0 ay w
Th election committee voted X n the wy_ mtle o
to 3 & favor of district type v Lawyer Ungare hiate de- e c rs'iaC
In two sections sa sent t l ayr ay have beecased y by 2 Scou r se.at
.a..re to the council of t he postal motives. He ermerly i 01.-.wafe d '"-
Beptilic with that amendment askWd the Ieme tribual to "set f. ba L ""
tacked on. i atquicalyfuersw trial. I--
Te senators re e pected to and wne' amt r tMe. .
Sthe amended bll w i t h a i ~ ich, ca 4 l-
s jority ande too it back leged reasons poor t
at, in tun, will mean third
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HOLLYWO (NEA- oy- survived TV, as he done in mov.-
Wood V: Televuion's bese uan- o, by refusing to be typed. He's
flimed drama of the year is behind the boss of a western town in his
the A e.lf "Mr. Adams and Eve;" latest home serpen role, "Arroyo,"
Snw series a aangt Ida Lupio. for bren Directors Playhouse.
da, s-a w -queen, wien n Tn e tight-lipped stuff was to his A l 'T
AcieeW AwaflIn the Iurat ahe liking, He laughed on the set of
which wb wa i by her ex-bus- "Boim of the Bottle t Fox.
bad ColerVorM Young br- "I feel, e told me, "like a big
rowed wile Jeon Fontaine's Oscar lAla Ladd,-
for 16 ex-wife to accept in the Movie Stut Man But Wolfe faal
teletilm! ing from a heigni of 24 feet thro
Ia "glass" (candy) roof wash
The grapevines twisting with the clmax of C ax show, tue
rep rtthat Jeff Donnell may re- Pin. Cloud. It's another reason
turd as Alice Gobel. George's fans former N. viaeo director Allan
are screaming for her since his Reiner is hailing west coast teth.
eturnm to TV screens, but Jeff's ncal staffs. "A stunt like t he .
heard tothin.g Vs. ptout the told me, "cou n't be done New |" '
idea. York. There are no experienced
About her own marriage to Aldo stunt men there."
Ray sab's saying:
"W've talked about A reconcili- Bruce Bennett is. leading the
atiofbut there's nothing new." pack in tue race to put vanu
The offers are poring in but Boone on TV as competition tot
there will be no series show for Davy Crockett and otaer western
Jack Carson "until there's some- heroes. Bruce just completed play-
thing I'd really like to do." With ng Boone in a big screen movie,
every new TV season sending old "Dan'1 Boone," irom which a
favorites to the showers ana new home screen pilot lm is being
stars to the top, it's Jack's theory: made.
'I t thnk there w ll be a tremen-
dous demand aI future TV for peo- There's high-up debating about
pie who can usuive.-" Lola Albrlght's Irequent dating of
One of the ftst variety hour Bob Cummmsgs on ns show. houe
stars from Neot York, Jack has of the brass are arguing tat he
shouldcR-ontinue asaloewolf ith' GETS SCROLL-.Ufred Gaulvin, representing the Ordnane
a A .'dl onev. ery Iw a v- Section, Coronal, present a roll to Lenworth Eate, hone
AJ ns J l F i sAV co aleo f tee-tges, Dave and guest at the Ordnance Club 15 country dance held Saturda
R, icky Nelson are sti mot tivng night at the Pacific Srvice Center. The scroll was awarded t
.1 r- tmeT pI .........- .oti' schea- a Este. who recently received the U.S. Army's highest comumen
ue ple- f TV's oldest Igmily series dation flor clvillas employes. Looking on In the background
The IIi s eoldson- aretm isare (left, la George Simpson, one of the officers of the club cam
SShowe ,zin n its fifth year. praised of employes of the Ordnance section.
Show In Its fifth year
"Dave andRicky s 'lInspiret l|b
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cellor ad Aderi uer and tougher is dr g lip shape
Freocid eign Minisetr Antoine diaog for the-ad to get them m
Pineyhav 'agreb on the need lorinte studio" says u ier -.. a ra T F u
ais'. 511f theirr Saar' ro ami0 Up 4ggin,.taim Inc
what I( wffl e. squad at ule Mnd i ky pItyt't ; -
"We fin d anew solution tennis tournaments. Laughs Ozze:
which account the will "We film the show between halhts WASHINGTON, Nov. 14 (UP) changes in prices 6r market
of the Iar's e an-d the ec--and between matches." A National PIlnning Assn. group mand."
oom of German y, had outlined a multi-sided p r o-' The decline in farm prices
Fran Star.. said L I uamd gram to bolster saggin farm pric- expected to be one of the ma
Pina i off here for iM l r es and prevent the accumulation issues in the 1 8- president
tfour his way from Pas of costly surpluses. campaign. Congress will also
to Gepeva. L .agem t ol RThe report was amde by the a- consileAmg leg.slat.on to junk 1
"We are n full agreement on !hl S A| POlce: ram to bolster sagging farm farm flexible supports favored by 'Ag
this .. prices and prevent the accumula- culture Secretary Ezra T. Bens
S Frpech rte minister et l S l IL tion of costly surpluses. and now. m .eect, ant return
for the S rence city by the rigid high supports of the
sgeeal pae Ut Pain hour be- I said people are wasting a lot and postwar years.
fore the as') Belgian Fo r- of ume arguing about high, rigid he committee listed a series
qign nhflter H. Spaak. Ad- WASHINGTON, Nov.14 (UP)- government price sup ports of government moves which it a
enauer an, 4' lk will discuss A teenage reform school fugitive farm products as aaslt flexible would tend to keep product
SIuropa today. recused of murder defiantly shout- supports from outrunningthe market.
Pl" a a dMI1' ellor had ed at police: "I did it. So what? i, sad me proposal should
been e to the prob- Hang me." As a matter of fact, toa- tried out first on a mall sca
lems cr failure of the Police seized Edward V. March- mnated, new farming tech. -belore being applied to e ant
jzeniva but their dis- lotette, 17, who escape from a ,isues and new feeds. fertillers farm community.
enusalon uoC*fth the Saar Maryland reform school, in a and seed have had far greater It suggted, for stance" a
Issue. Washington hotel room only ani effect -t agricultural aotpat experiment m productive sip
A joint oamuniq' issued aft.- ew hours after a Maryland U- th changes in price support meats dairy pr ack sta
er the mseetg alte two lead- vers.ty sopot was f a t a11 y levels. at supposing prces at 791
,es pledged t "conte efforts to staabbd in the stoach. cent the price" par
construct a balanced Europe on The victim, RichardE. Gibson Rererring to the 7 billion del level, instead o a govermses
the basis of close cooperation be.-( aa killed while trying to ar of government funds now ted purcase plan such .as ea
tween Fraei. And Germany." an attempted theft of his borers up in surplus wheat, cotton, torn reeatly anaomlaed h oeven
*The 8a, d key to this co- car. and other co cities, the cor- mnt
operation n mittee said: The group also urged a shift
On tl eommu- Police said Mar chonette "The heart of the matter Is the create frum sturpus crops to
unique said Adpa er d Pm ay f ssed he stabbed Gibson whefact that total farm production is standby basls; increased eonsu
"dooto seekiren consults- W ,
had to seek, in consulta- trying to a"e o foo r hi1now tending to expand gradually yton 0o amnam praucts; ere
tin, withthe Saar government blocked from going farther in the fro year to year. independent of tion of a firm policy on emerge
formed after the Wo thc oming elec. stolen car, t --- ----- cy fo s an a
1tion a solut'tom tte Saar qu q was M .T resources out of agriculture
the a tr two q t him Assayog n The comm tiee, compose
couriers. dt ina m the o.(G ) Catchi p wit Junta Fem ina farmers, eaitors, w snty. e pr
nom fe, .- jumps on top me. Meets T da fessors And farm organization e
dustrial am, tradi.. Uy owned ..ai. e ed o The duntg wl egnat 70 pr. ost e U.S. fagrc
r nch i tke id l o, so what could I do. ane enawill be held at th e 1,th farme
ovee tteriechtof take.idnkilledhim.",usual meeting place tomorrow "The long-run interest of labor
contru ares two world wars. but Police said they found a bloody'evening. buname, and We consumer lie :
4aeh ttime the musle of the a- knife wrapped in a towel and. a The meeting will begin at 7:30: -healthy, prosperous agrIcu
first opportuIty. n tte's hotel room. to be present. m rtant matters earning enough to buy their shaz
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out goods -xu services at a re- ox consumes' pending was "aboithlbgs d as bech toln l.4a1 dsajr
atof ia d lage oI cal volume js s me and dental care P bat
0 Inar, the tohirdae Depfrtmenthi -d v an the like. cc Vr..,ebil
Xvas reporteab. Paced by a rie In auto ar-'* Invuatment by business for hbeguon In
It said the .soo,ooo,ooo0 in- hmse, esumswr .s e ing for new plahl and equipment con- "framto-'a to
S asdue chiefly to sableboosts annual ratio o il e dtel ing A jo o.1%00,000 in the third qu Sqla.
in co. sumer expanding and bu la. e to 37 bUlli s dollars. Par- quarter to ustabUh and annual mrt e
nena investmen In new plants chase of nmam-dbrableo gds rate of s790.0o0,000 .creditto tasB
aslp n ual income rose by Si,5W.N5M. S to aiM Inventories piled up during the downatoanannrate Sf
mrose from an annual rate of b le dr rate. acond Quarter at n ,annual rate 5,0000 A tf 1
dollars, Prices remained stable.
The dopartmeat said con- .
Ssumera bought much of the in- ,
creased production. Business in-
ventorIes whieh arebeing watch- k
S ed loly, dropped off somewhat I
Sfrom the previous quarter. Per- Fr.
senal sayings dropped 90 million
dollars to an annual rate of $15,-
o700,000,000. I"
Farm Ineome was the one
dark spot on tho department's
report. It said farmers' in.
come dropped again In the I
A third carter to an annual rate
.of $1S,6o,NM00. eeantuing a
downward trend that started I
in ea rly 54.
The department's report was
the latest in a series of opti-
Smiatic statements on overall
economic conditions. Commerce
Secretary Sinclair Weeks said -re-
Scently the economy is "in the
pink" and is expected to hit new
records next year.
He conceded some economists
expected a slight dip In the
school hUlf of 1950 but said this J ] i r
S belief Wa s far from universal. In-1
y ventories is one key to this. If
S businessmen do not become over- I
stocked, chances of let-down are i
d less...
T~l Labor Department report-
ed last week that employment '
rose to 65,161,000 in October, a
new high for the month and just
S928,000short of the all-time re-
s cord. Unemployment stood at 2,-
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chase away anyone coming near his motorcycle. The owner then went off to a soccer
match in Frankfurt, Gerniany. Sure enough, one of those nosy dogs came by to.se -
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LADDER CLIMB UP--Felicia'Farr's a gal who, like-reum,
will rise to the top. At least her agent hopes so. Feli-
cia's helping herself to a sombrero during a bdrie break
in an action movie filmed on location near JackJin Wyo.

Oldest-Known Villa

PEOPLE e "P OUT-his playpen at the Basel, SwitZerland, zoo is reserved for fla-
mingos 'onl In case.any human doesn't know about it, he can read the sign. Zoo
officials ta4.ted up sign, which, translated, means. "Entrance For Flamingos Only."
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muntans as two young beauties go about promoting a local movie house. Pearce Young
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JARMO, oldest-known villa#. site is
locati-d in the .center of thyIlraq oil
i-eld. It was discovered by "Dr. .ober J.
B1oidr.ir,,d of the Oriental in*itit of
the L'ri'vcrsity of (Cicago. The village
thived in 4857 B.C. Its 300 inhabitant.
hived in approximately 30 mud-walled
houses occupying a neighborhood about
the size of a modern city block. It ha,
been established that the ancient agii-
culturists domesticated goats, but the.\
wasted land by deforestation and ovei-
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P These so eem to be selecting fr&a wardrobe, as they pose In front.
- of a i stocks. The dress and Christmas stockings are some of the handi-
work e men's Auxllary'of At. Margaret 'a Church in Margarlta.
Wft sleigh bellasally rnSir just waiting for Santa to fill. And for the stamp collectors
anda '.clro echoing b und, the ita is expected to be on hand there will be abmething for you
Early .13&rd Christmas Bazaqr that night so the kiddies can all too. Dad will like the men's ter-
will Pii to the p ublic Friday, give him their Christmas lats. ry cloth bath wrap aroundsaand
Nov. th. starting .t ;o. p.m. .if he's a great onafor out2dO
Bt, Ma gaet's parih h Hall -will The teen-agers will especially cooking, he'll want a set of those
be the scene for the Jolly festi- like the sequined ties made of barbecue salt and pepper saMk.
vities,. black, red, green and yellow and era, with long, long handles..
S.- purple velvet and decorate with
The tiny Jts illl be especial- sequins and beads and the belts Mother and daughter alike W
ly pleased with '2t1 CWtn1s I and headbands to match. Fave over the doll clothes; Thmer
xtockltgs all de e Ea, with wW be bridal outfits, ballet out
trees, stars and drums., rAa- ed' The bhoypwill go for the ,Sat fits with allpperas, cowgirl outfnI
up w 'spangles and &hquia, Blas boats and fishing spear sets. complete with guns and holstear
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MRS. *MURaIl lAWRFNCE the ia4pproeh"? I ir group--.
S. t owte; .the Old-
.A grandmother who' been via- ter k ie-prntis, 4abers, em-
t her son has returned h o m .ployer. T i.hey aw no children.
depressed by his children's "law- Today, our disconnected, sma ll
lesmess." She *irtes, "E v e r y- family, father-mother-two ch i 1-
thing their mother should tell themdren ki p oup makes friend
t do hebegi them to do with ships with tt pboysad girls as
mpl2nations of why they should rare a teen age experience as
do it. I think she knows that 'he r friendship with granparrnts. I
'reasoning' approach to her two So what happens when they be-
little boys- Is a failure -. and come parents themselves is terror
hangs o. to it beuse abshhe knows of theis new,- 4Ahority relation-
no other way to treat them.. ship. Inevitably, they try to adopt
it to the only "approaches" they
That's probably true. know.
Why wouldn't it be? The young father will take to-
How many young people today ward his tiree-year-old son the
grow up experience' .ti relation- i ame hplf-teasing. ball o k i n R
ship with children? Who is it that "paly"' attitude he t s k e s to
-- friends of his own aee. A young
mother, used to exlaming herself
to her rentss hadl mets pervis-
/W eiat L Ai or, wiugive a .small daughter
those reasoning "explanations"
/ ft l I that are actually bids for the
Ifa sae pilared child's support.
J No wonder these "approaches"
fall. Missing from them is the ele-
SII / meat of leadership that d i s t i n- .
a M Ao C guisheses the adult- child rela-
tionship from other ones.
Young parents can have an aw-
A NEW lipstick shade, inspired ful time uhtiT this beings to dawn
by jazz .music, has just burst on on them. They're used to their
the beauty scene. The maker of young friends' sympathy with all
this one, not content with a color their problems. They're used to
that's rich with both oranges and older people's advice on t h e I r
blues, has packaged it with a decisions.
small recordig of jaz music It comes as a shock to discover
smallthat record er babele f f er neither
^ symnati!H, nf advice on anyv
SproInm- ,nd tht If you w a n t
rubbers ona' small son who
doesn't want them on, the deci-
slo tL nut them on him is made,
alone without his approval, with-
out his support.
Let.me say this to young par-
ents struggling with their new iu-
thority relationship: Don t under-
estimate the tremendous m o r a I
courage it take to exert good au-
thority over children. It takes time
to discover that our lonely deci-
sions of authority have expressed
love for the child, who c o u I d n't
make them for himself.
Let me add this: Little chil.
dren cnly make us migerahle
when we fear to make their de-,
clsions for them. It's their way of
saying. "Oh, please stop trying
to make us your pals and p a r-
ents-and let us be your babies."
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drum maJMorette sets. There
be evening dressed trimmed wt~
iequ4i and beads and flo
coats and hats, slacks, skirts an
blouses, dres~Es, and some. very
pretty can-can sli. For t
boaby doll there l'be booti
ahd baby blankets. Aecesoil
such as roller skates, Ice tate/,
shoes, golf bags, tennis rackt4
and sun glaies- will asho
available. Aqd to take care
dollys' new wardrobe, thete w
be doll clothes racks complete
with hangers.
Candles, Christmas center-
plieae, Christmas tree decora-
tions, needlework and handiwork
of al descoptions will also be
.available. To amuse the young-
iters there will be a fish ponLd
And .a grab 1ba< .Delicious ples,
.cahes and cookies will be on
hand. 'And you. can,order an lce
cre mp "sundht, banana pplit- of
r the chill
tt ;b.. ee crpaw
.udi6oballs and soda pop '
ArL4 for dad, there will be plen-
Sof coffee.
The proeeds front the affair!
P .onuored W the Woman's Auxil-
iary will be put In the building
fun dfor the Church of St. Mar,
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used for tunic satd'tirt of hibaek theater ft (ft) l( ea iA
is by Dan Millstel. For an evening ensemble, Anne o lefaofAm1r wM
corduroy for a flim sheath, then tops It with a white 'a.ig a t HM.d
idreas,-By GAILI IV GAB. NEA Womei's it.r.

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Si de his Bast GWerman the national committee name Amo the seven ties wheh orae ma l tui s chorle Uferl 20 .......... iNill 51 t ...... .,,
Sterpart, announced that the only West German bobsledders who ed their A Qm Hocra R 25 C 0 0 .. i
Kal, hister VnHast.preran the national committee nae the s ree n y
willbe composed of 68 ath- for that reason and West Ger- last Saturday was s rg- Ie DI were ed Besides Borge Tri C ) 4 :.WtMa I I t .......... 1
"Weak^oe ^2i .t"p di Hpii 1 ........ srdisinE 0 S (. c o2 1 .. nsa. tier A
in skiing, Ice hockey, bob- man hockey officials suggested hla, beaten 2t-7,.. -*ttu- DRoyaL Stagr]Sa mand ChiviliRn PeItNra h 4 .... W11gersIS M.NO.) 21 t
dign, figure skating and 10 days ago that East Germanm burgh, it markeseven d -t -- go p.artcipaed. leteo Ce.. 40 ... dlh Ulit -12 h 46 ....... MN* l ..,
iee s katinsg selections to the sextet be limit- straight year. that Pit b. ed I Barge Royal broke on top but JWela 2 3 ........ Swah.mMe 0 Whete I .......... Mikim 13
( eyhe added that the nomina- ed to three players, the Mountaineers' bid for a The defending champions In two powerful middleweight in a few jumps .ugarplum was Muhlsb.rg. 1, ... Fa.. .Mary II K,,w Itat. 21 ...... .-rmti' .0
Sthe teams will be made Also left undecided was the perfect season. powered their way forward gat- grapples, both Claytoi womers in front and led for the first Li ih 51 ........... bright 19 Maqeqa 13 ...... M slyl p .C
tey on the baals of th6 can- question of who should be the Other to drop ardTlay night in semixtials five advanced. .Bill Smith Tnoed furl6ng. Before they reached the tmU 'sb Th. 17 W'Ccat'r Tha. 7 5,. jasep,'. 31 ..... Nwy Me '2
the's achievements and phy- head of the team. ,this week we r Il weight divisions of the Panama Kobbe's Paul Bel at, :0 of the backtretch. Barge Royal had.,o,_-__ T .- ...._Cl. 7 Wl, e W.1_ Wn f._l 'U
,A tlumns over the makeup West Germany competed In I. Olaf (M i yd. Tournament at Albrook Air and Loule Long scor .a solid there on he easily staved off Thi al20 .... thany W.VW .14 we 12 ..'.. Oklae. A* M 7
S th team already begin- both the 19S2 winter and sum- s tarhte Wd re Base. on over Bob ompson, Bugarplum's arsfsteht ch- Re 34 ..... 7 f. Dk 1 .... S. l. 1
ydn however, because of .th. metr olympic lames,wtnninthe, A olen ( eC.) e H hahedefending nc ondaIso of the Lifelinerdd lenses. Chwj pSanlo was clearly .aml T I 27..U.S. C'w Ga d n_ -A (a,) #- ..i

Share more experienced in championships. heavweight Bob Geor e's 'stun- #ll the W . .................
fo m .Ar a rmding knockout in trc e m asBo ingin a N.Htmp. s. M ass.re dro mMdh4 ... 14. ....... A
SOIArnn ea relentlea ss2 defen' g : Appretice rider Felpe GudO Sh'p'd (W.V.) .4 N...I t W.Shy U. .. Hebs
rLoimUerbatch Jejasy vector e sAeebrook thus won o chanlee "-. T 'nn .pa ." astp ..'. "2 ,,_ si. .......... **Bi t3
IT I. tne .Ro meet two-time Panama Area .r chol.en t thel bett.ing.. Chivllingo Mllm vill. Th.m. m. Ulf Tle. 4 a.. W l.... ...l. i Wis... 2
Bbth team 1 alrd 1n bh t 15 we In *shum Bill Byrd o Fort KoBbe bt went -f hta sotuels favorite. h e. Nw. 1) NenSgp 's9.1 Th C
O wver Tough Baby Manolete Kams in lnye; W, aI n Hicht dovem- bi~ao rubSa--l TH ttHh 27...t. ".I
Byrd, who to ped George in Al and the Eric-Regal Maryland 25 ........ Ce.m.. 12 Cai eia Tkes. 20'.... .bth.l 14
-- lst year's wlnduSi by a narrow ,. liM. ty ustifying the bet- Due 41 ...... dSouth Ca Alc da 7 Wr, _Jell. ) .. "Ctnal (Me.) 20
4""' tt.n' Bron cumberbatch, was no match for the winner r w n 1 t I00 decision, advanced on default tors falth. Alejandro ycazawas TeeMsee 20 .......... Flori n TelIad 2-......I.... all 20
S 12 ia, earned a unanimous deci- At the end of the fight the lVI I I victory. c the only rer to score more V. Tec 34 .... N. Carlma it. 2 lt'e(Ke 20 K'elNebii 12
.on Over Colombian Bab Man- spectators bave Manolete a than Miee won twice. R ad*tech 7 .... Hampf-Syd. WI c Na 59 ..;........ DRu 4
et 126 .in their eight-round standing ovation for his valiant Y N AlsoB stepinpg forward were fly- In Wnffeuh 21 ... Maryland 5 ........dC. .. : t .. t 7
fetr bout at the National showing. NEW .YORKeNov. 14-(UP- weight Jose Rosa-Guzman of T"i"end WkF 1 ... Ok Nl
m last night Caras Nuevas S.A., promoters The Chicago Bears, picked by obbe and bantamweight b aul mis 7 .... j. Wshtgn 0 Whtw 31 ....k........ H1M..S 2
A lare crowd took in the pro- of the program, announced that their coach to lose two more Calderon of Fort Clayton, both *.- I.J1ST RACE Mew houe 7 ....... Heward U. 6 D.nit.s.27 .......... Iile 29
So rgCol arrangements are being made to games, tied the Los Angelese command Bld e II$1.0 4.40 3. l 7 .. Kn ......... A
S.am.beorbattch e using a two- match Cumberbatch with ban- Rams for the National Football v 4 2-aSr n, 2.. Netfte 27 .... .Noth Car.. 7 Ddey 2 ........ Va n. 12
uItedmattack, pounded the loser tamweight champ Melvi n League's Western Division lead Saturday night semis are slat- 32. t. Paul's P.oly .. Faverville St. N h Ceal 0.... Mb 0
ot h ha an bd and Bourne Dec. 4, today while the Cleveland ea.urday night semis are slat- 3-aruzala.$3.20.
k the head and bod and Bourne Dec 4. today while the Clevela nd five other weight classes. V.M.I. 14 ........Th Cietd4 l 7
Sthe colombian bleed o In the oher fih: Browns, victims of a brilliant Action will begin at 7:30 in Al-( Shaw 41 ....... Linl. (P) 0 SOUTHW T
from the nose and a cut Vicente Worre 131%, scored Philadelphia Eagle -rally, nursed brook's Hanger No. 3. no $1 4.00,3.40. Auburn ..........

ther- nerl' ,~ 1-3eiu so 4ranklyn3.40. Auerngm ne4"edge.....heElar -n
S ch. eke that ringsiders a TKO over substitute Franklyn a one-game edge in the Eastern George, though overwelghed .... -Copar 5.60, 4.40. M ran St. 45 ... Hampton Ins. 7 Arkana i 4..... .a. Me hdI 0
4Wltkepto %M backing awwny McClean, 130 in 1:45 of the secae .hir
Backing away McClean, SO In 1:45 of the sec- race. by nearly 14 pTunds, mantalned 3-Ahoa $40. Virginia St. 7 .... N. Carw A *T T e 4. . T
the rilng aprQ to avoid be- ond round of the scheduled six- a steadybarrage against Ken Double 112 Tech ....
Idpa0ttere w.th blood, round semilf .l. "I think we'll lose two more st e br against Ken
S. r th blood round semfial. I thin we loe two mr Young of Kobbc's defending EmeryHery 7 W. VirginIa Tech 7 Th. Chla 47....... Tea-JO
a tful dodgers left the Referee Vivian Stewart wisely and we could lose three or four." Lifeliners.He finally droppe THIRD RACE KeMacky 41 ..... Memphis 7 Oklaham 58...... ew State 0
S arth others badl st ed. top d the uneven match after coach George Halas said after Youn to the canvas at 1:53 of -Rll .miD E $ 5.20. 0 C. 4 1 ........ edict 2 Hwa'I 2 ...'~ w-t a

mobbind afder round Cumber- casleddan ed to1 th slaughter. wphs and three defeat,. ohf- Army Atlantc wi be eTKv 1-Don aue 6.80, 2.40. Vbya80aerbievil 2 0. ......Tae .a 1- 7A Teg? .Cll. 4-. a 7

aColomlbiin let gafM ae M/gniteent., Gentleman* 17-0 lead fin rst 12 1 Le hrt .'.n o0 g,' -,,"
aISI uobdf anaw a c1 20fr e f itht finale 2- plt L-n .2 Md. Tem. .. 2ia Tn . G. ra:.14
otok ds wod oy Pea&rl e o ed acktanedhS. voSa t aLope o or 4.uif m. t ., San 12........ wh a. 4 :..* h S .

Cobathed i o n gvl l? ,zkepthaed-orgeenans ot elcrkt na n-.him t h e Bears w lop t e t0amse o a-3 . aKea .......S.. .1
perpe.tal.. .n o 41e a shsylo,_etynamuvrio-vrAidoa(a$2.0.fasth Ege uneed oksDo Mc lat2lf

gII',at adisplay of"c.r.ea0aButi the eninew orhNns h -- "broo."ndIn.eISundaIy,243: .78 I e Bersre le IB Mrda .... idw ata tri-A'p. CiIs 33
time. teriood pune prelim nC v ter t w to dalt the eRams dith a FIFTH RACK i"0.l... l. LRRAE ,..
SbForbbg andwving, and with Campfedons 123. a winner w ld da to Fete -lore-rta $5. 2.60. s Il .. ntramura F
Th fl y gin i t. he .olt s, 17-7,s O.; .. -: b... s ." '
Iuown that mTkeerst losse wa s Meu dezd fi rstigE a t the ond te 1 bid by owthae Cttsde r/url a looked /shrp In w i ..- .... ...ta$2.. 0. .d l d 0ol. 0
r.., took a 1..... lis ....J e.... helP7 ...-w i0 W12P.......

ATLANTA, Nov. 14 (UP)--The, win. .ti. burgh Stee ers to win. g,-28, f nd. ron or Fort CAayton wod. Randd fnnle r 1 e 5 intro- nt 1 *r S
th erw croI Younwr connect h between seventhe G reen Bay Pacrers defeated o emfinal m h defense f t
The adfen ae nowilh ml iecAred ste o ut ebfas scored TKOrheA5..os -" ar oL dei. .- -r ml

LIa prpet t h a n meltws n tylerb nanimo Rers vndit ov ber d a nia-akefa t s, oth e-ard ins e. d o ... .. .. ..e $t5 ,tr2"ot tor ro I ES- D AT i$.0 DAIS and Jhe ighp
ate vrbton -sr E C h Metn dz etanktsn ad phe fr e on e e slfn s tam re tha t tllesalbok..nM c the: ofmr $ .60. ,. -r A. d. o ,e
ha wh wand or Msstpplo ud thedobreaksd tore 1yardourdm ped th champinnonfs before a mrtch r dfalto eb sl 27 Wha U-p de .s no -- _ar as u_ l, plye .hion.ln n kners wa

reee Mo-orueis t. r ofor- aob '- lisFortfKobbevs 2 dut the.n-." tars t oo the l ea soh the first7t ss
Boin en u oore rM he othe Panima Cal neam dh eera.-.L wL
a ec Ten standing room ndctcrowd of 39303 .bo'.theif nord lgheg oeric e n -Donn- Bo $ 2.40. mi:an w St. 34 C .
MmAA C tt hi.n e arekef fanl moved I t nto .ther e final, witheby. wo new m I3. W hpe adedi 9h as el e ..lrtkfrr th I .aprtiimm i
Byevewr tookdt d eadvantapt.ly O inI;bo o ohehed i of tholts ..T.oa
secon trah8 A lam pon-v p t, arded ln dumop banaocht mbnflr Bas leaeorsae WoMs nt ca stoiref lament 0 .4nd 0,b $ r20 taet Son 1,.So l .o.. Newbt.r 12 il .... C.,nh lII
s ei n wt a so n Enorin g eh ndeTn ommo dore as p rnd oup e ther andigdemhodofhe,_03m w,, l eo .fYO, No bL--C J an 4 _,. . 14 ola 7.- o.. t l.ie r_ 4 M i 21 _.dth -... 4

S w t hS.E.Can o e reii e Championship lt ei t l sehowe a. Vatrl totta

Bin I LLP or TeUnSnesse$e c a .am t Tiers a otnon c oe d i or a. tuh Wta tLin soe ppedboauts t- c-ed h rn.oll trnot eoaes n a oe Rten hae l o r .e, _i.
plo*hheegA. I -t u dll op Pompoded .e Al-Soirernho.l. tea in Jaa ira b gmt. Dtw o e ewtheiers tl -ha st dh irm bl n ur- od_, e.eao p.
Sitswould e siseip api n M is- a he A othea fugale o two hig erp- ed e a ane M d i the ltts- a t.e ot ith e yord l t lee * TENTH ,hC.
AL ANT A Nv 1inbeat an inthwsTb e co ui g nato Yaned htoh yr .. at e W l t ie t fomr 1 ame wll C -p I- e RDo al $. 0 D eatie t the A1ll o a5ne t hth the b alea.e r.l a i
s theastiern C wrlletC k c ham iry o ungso and he i henbc e Jresten mana Ptace s dfea tilledrapaty owdf 00 u De. 17. o w r ar tn. 1oy to ne A e l l af

r ile soip ntl e with a vn e rovlrd ed TinenFesr ado a.the ,r aoksllT~o~ andorsemin l moat hn defenn. on uh fiv ugu n s- from J _1sa Ut Ladles tpelemCrawir. paa ahdeSn fuk Kl gqew*k

o. liv e 26 wn, bu tond.hventcann oF n sco no nd oaven Fasywlti r oy .h and lt l e f or et byo the vGrtenerlou.' 0Le m ( nr. 46, he fort n o how 2 e le to t.e. n ror-m tra. et bo e rw ont b t, t a e. ^nothe
ace wiTnd a ae t thed dowcn or- to neear H forton aro o nher the Chc go a nl thes.3 Paamt- .aal t1at| -14a sado oohnb e ver, t.hi r ws. s apey Rola ne Reyo h ie theiwe -liJl ot Thep .ycover" ahlt-
- Bto~ea over th e w eeken d be Tw i gern s tlIe tht l orn onea c lveln d o wll be ane hooe lu62 e- o Fri night ofa go:d tanwi o ut B larle. 2 wlu6 t a nd r e on Higthe right, o t wh en ofos0 yard -ne doi n .
bt yandth ho GesofAubur n. t6o3 AGeo Mecth for Irthe 6thero .Bur hothidN ewEYo r n NaNboa tR Ce P ana ma n Frt rbe's Modet o- ar 4w S tar eto e ld ne the fcy- ps s.

.iSde ol d the dr og s. a lned forhcer llbackp hin t acd aIn Beerere e. .bo. hri 5sar orteenngapye' twohead ar new__ e ers, Idaem W exrdd wll f. t h ine

e t wn ledi ca emian l- haconsl flba tle w it h rp- ola C maead y edebf at-W.or e o m -a e h ot M thrn and EI .te2 ert- .o mler. t6e m.aldr n the gom e rthast. i qand. .t.e
s Icdly BtLa oF SEC uSN P asses pu nts t gandhe Tfrae-p Bogh lose Western scram le thte teas. w U t wabg The All Ls Jfee tA rougl te Al t ee Joe IMd on il

1tuhl w in thee Au rnad Torn- ihomot eav thbcked tJher a onny Fe natona the taamcwa, sel Btear, T apm N rownd. u4 UP,- hea., STt there w ww out heHA eelr toth the- pay t$ 52. AlThthe t e hAI fDr-
Bwla ars e a ichance of sed Tennessee rn toinl act.-, wil be ten, h ored gu the for Utri New Yr Yankes gaood turnou of eadis wneo l u. and wereo thes sev Carwfd to n.thl*.na quKNtr whM
l dAi Nto ppi l- and inltck. Plbarkl -n h cwarmd this f eStiv e los tnera L. L, en a to indeed aops tlexfd tro r m a e 1 yar f3eals th8aed doi .
11 wever ithet woul take anthw dron andhac on to D nusll f a ls of oue halbacr rhune Hr oly t e pl n
1ipiK. ai ila loY ng one pretndly e csv win over Fndria. |J pysw aLetenrom t oe frro th ti anaiiat and Ruyo Te4 BAOasb in all er t aseB d* nperiLt
brn bwke f or e Te. nMaTo rs passed ore yarpc or one the r an BIER Detti or a s Electfed iYn ov 4IJ r Ian rg I to bo. strheke .*to DOuas Chakln for tl
race romtandeIt wadmelltbynthe sey tnge.'s Newassa York Y es be ithlow nivess Oy ou oftenCicgoCatiaf,3114- theBabaa .0,3

a 4e ouels kept thalr hoaeb score, plunged for an e n thien q.. .Roantdo chn1Fd ite All to,,ii ,. ..fg. a.e f. t:taJH.
a ItonlMnoer therh fwreeg -ecndnyir- twoB weheks. HortonMor.d onIa

WJe, 20eb -yBrs d aand g lareda nmbere of Arbne, drne e te'fmlD e tha h Stars o rf on the rlht ac when h lan ir Hh,

F W byDunderdDe peorgia 16-13 Georgia Tnch had tlt- trou- h1n6-gBruce B _man m dgoodwil tfr melee ro:n
Sao ept echad the raee. w straight setback of the season i llthifllaln sns atih s4iaisn taum. rsadohwieLswinhdancli.Ioytkopnay eeti TeATl hise Fi rwa y quartered a thfg etn mtlt
fx- ilth did the tnd e e with ed up In roure ng Memphs i State. boysm ah litl toeof, th GneoalheTeld Durf, Ruhoptell ro mJes ti er forw t

Sprsive 20-0 victory over However, highly-faored Ms- vori,. Charles renc, William Yankees 200 214 000-9 tween Mary Bucolo and reee Boermke noed A ta he taten
sis Ilajto O r sisslppi had to score 20 points in Olbson Mlton Grover, Donald Japan 002010000-3 8 Dials for fGt prie. Loute rhe count atB 6 a in the second ,to2 St ae the
issHippi gadtoh eoreou0 ponnta.intDialsnf.e.o ld ,gto make a tui-lzl. o ii the
ee of the possible the finalquarter to top Houston Humphret Lem K ir kland, Perd. Konstanty (41, Grim Johnson.ok second pre with stanzwhen Alex Ebentok m untB-Mar Morr- l
Bn will run any cunfer- Keith Kulig, James Lovelady, and Berra. Nishimura, ot low net of W. sanyard w hor Reynolds m t a- nMrlirlwnin-
Ot k wi week. LrennvmRe STANDINGS Corbi McGriff, Roger Million, (3). Kaneda (4). Yonpkawa hJ Next week we Will have an- and ran the nder or sa3 ra5S 8 urd gll
Sa Lngton. Orlndo Nue Donald Ryter Aramakl i17 and Tokuami. ,r other White lephant tourna- he re4nn 10 yards to score. Ewa finally s 1Parke-
m meets nm-econ(ererce Comference Games nt plusrberthneder Owen th- tdoor pre. Do Thisseisnquaraer proved to Tis Luaist aithel.
n, and Tech and Missis- r nd, Wayne Wall, Robert ,-Grim. Losing pitcher forget to wrap your prte pret second quarter po -
av-opn, --t.oi-e-lg!forget to rp youizee contanmolt of the oorg" fora
aa long W L T Pet. Wills. Horer erra (2), Care:, ly. the contest as the All Stal ame the -twwhes
S iipl state ississippl 4 1 10 back to score twice thieIves tie ram teall
Aburn.....41 1 .750 during the time. aaul i" .u '.
rTuilano Geoa- Tech 3 1 1 .700 duri to C Lrrian was mi-d for 2B llneito VOa-' xemthonal
"- _s il e veo. t#e weekend Tennossee .... 2 1 1 .625 II w i Ord andX a 'r SDee about l t ey'o". n Mstm t lh te
t-&s llm nh pe .f Vanderbilt ... 3 2 0 ,600 u B ourboutesnJeMabd C Mh d the. lC
te row. byz.ing Mississippi state 4 3 0 .571 VI want at C= lwtt e d pas frei
.r0e-7 c. 5 f you want Bourbon at iT ebest -.-.- for 30 51f
16mMla:s@. -"a Kentucky 2 ....3 1 A17 I Be Star swet i 4 the' b II athi!
Th amnd the Gorga ...... 2 4 0 .3 T Une III. EE RIVER, Ameria s smoothest the half time the e. It too the
*.e ,Alabama. . . 0 6 .000 15 to forth Stars., i~as-tese, the.I-fal yards
&,... ...... ., L As, ., '. h=. ,,,Reynods got tteok x bm e
&, Ul warmed up lpio The s forth
Bo".ermakers ta e t cod a-U Ot point wAno good.
AS W sispp 1 eep hat .kickoff. He preceded t t was get
i Mauins ro o n- Geora Tech ... 7 1 1 .83 give a one mM de an
-to.. a c w .- ^"..s- r t 6 2 0 .750 ttwo uhdowsa and t
.sie l "sten ,g! Sold at all leading bodi4L s ans ended the third aW tb i
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.b See e"e U weemh forsball Ia
Ssolpr p t Jgeing Mw s-- eBed andme sam
I* G rge M 040 Wer
SMw .st ut Mf d s St i temerity. He could
b a ve i Aky mat his. W h U -gAU5 UistSnt. with obik
'siblra aecuritq s d t1 tiveor, bowman pr obl '
It has been rAggedU X 16 tragbtam t ha
be h beatn d ec l Y for ldiDth0s n t u

* eMnulnL .h'.,n, .. B_-t r
a ge.Tat Outepbtne tu,- "..e. ta the hlw .
uti m res U o No Dame, am nevermindh e

S. es.IM a fe.ew A..be. what was t..raoMtn t
feadiwhat tortUs-e an ha P rly smem blasts ,fem

over Penn a the btom TOS .man oer, weae ith t to t w
Poar froh squads Just after Ivy p eles had banned spring
proctim. Siev couldn't even.meet Ils players.. He was -to-
aIn_ stunt ofp hoto, h ing the players" during the taboo ut
It would b e n to y Steve has achieved miracles, and
aybe eW.But,ltby ArenltshO W I Inthe scores, nd uow
It Is Army, a bit I Bppiated I itself, coming up and no rep Of
seems In sight theeM .
wosAFRAID OF Amy? 1
T doemftses It that way. The onetime Mpurtan half-IA* Nebraka, Glassord W
S from attle Creek,Mich.. In so enthused over the rising be on the street, hat in hand, in.4
babLIN rMA l*Adhe eyer envisions a chance to beat the Ca- 1d1 of five minutes if the school, Z
detL' That is optimismT 0In oa moment of wild-eyed baste,
d.* uTha kids oI have asn grat and their attitude is woeder-Ihadn't taUed a five-year option
f ul." Tese kidsbo. "They ad to me. 'Coach, we're going to clause mwo his pact a couple of
In, arWe NeotreDams, game and they were in there trying Yetr8a 0go. Everybody is scream.
oiursIert.. mg for be toupee i be know
46 'WErft as om, a, team as our record shows,.-but we are it. But he posses that piece
'Reekou rWs o a ge getting better. There sane- aprad has made no move to
w idan6"Bn a d osibtlittrwhen Itup--nOr In It expected heb
th to. nn. They have worked with such etl Wilkinson tries to tell all with-
ap ab miich !16lb" X listening distance about hi
-X -ar ofluck In winning all those games~i
.have 9"IE~V # i _M"P.W.* a uet But ist tf -N 2 to and up_

S n n how ahe heat ri
*' old p atrt
224t do- an.o

Ity newer has been shown. But he has slenoed earlier csm
certainly unjuitlfled." -
For.f qgIrentled grada, the word is to 'Wait uatl
next yr syear'* Penn frdsh are a sotld ovtht with
lot of fine mater~iL Sebe and his staff saw to that. Next year
too, Penn moves lato a full Ivy schedule, mdeetig Yale and Har-
vard, among othlra,'lafter years of snub from theae clasa halls
It certainly will b Ile difficult than such as Calioerna, Notr<

e The' .Pea do have Petn State for a non-Ivy opener, an
* aW In the middle. But in their own league, Petin figure t
regain prestige.
By 6new Coach ebo has hoe8 own 10 rating, the mul-
. -8tate. It wa'i easy to d the intrenched single wing. Ac-
tually Penn ldn't eves line up in a balanced ine unta twc
- weehs- ag, against Penny Stare t
aebo shoa d be sagacify by not .tessI for Itmsediate total
change. H tried o tdat o the veterans teach new menC bl
variatinU. He'ha e trouble with a few seniors last year,
,but this sason the *quad Is wtth him to a man.
(Jee WUliams i sa-, ether staff men ace subbinge)

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In -the sn e, Ok14ma'W
four-deep aqtad rll ove" every-
i body and, in the process, has
coaches checking moving van
SCtoasTq from, say, Boulder, Colo.,
B to Evanston, .--or. maybe Law-
rence, Kans,, back home to Mas-
Ssillon, 0. where it never was
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than 9.6 Io full arnaM
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"Recruits like Alan Ameche of a h '
;Baltinore w1l continue to come laces
; up, but there will b fewer one-
,, man shows. After aD, football is TIs a n s e
....m i a team game and becomes more bpek whu .: -- .
MASKED AN-Ray Richard places a cto-made helmet so with each new maneuver. e
on Charlie ppi. The Chicl Cardls' back was out of action "It ameone would beat Cleve Is no superior
with head ard nos i niuries. The Georgia alumnus plays defense. and new and thea the National He i
League e would be well balanced to h
-- now. It will befbalanced when Otto
Braham retiVfs after this year.
He's the greatest, the fellow who
finds Away to beat you, the gq"
who has kept the Browns on tmp the line yielded a at
L Q It it s true, as Tr mble- tends, i I
that there are to be fewer -
t ..hat there are to be fewer 'w aw hr-_wa.s" a ON,
stiem.outs in the post-araduate pigg than a n
NOTRE DAME was a touch- akin school, no one as told the dates. hey the
S- down behind Michigan State in the colleges about it. If Trimble were he coaches
Ta..n"1.h_ .a-besecond quarter at East Lansing in picking an AU-Amerlea team, he'd 4L- .. b'll hef. minea .
CLASSIC l AGUor T reamn standing 1M., but had-moved the ball a.- be assured that there are plenty The A-A.meric"
-Prle Best of Austin-Nash, Hotel El Panams .. 19 13 It wars ourth down and one to ad then some. .'".'ea.
i the whofe shoWlin the Cla- Restauranto 8kychef. :19 13 go on the Michigan State three. o 5im i d- [. heo a cl '* 1
League last PrI night as Seymour Agency .. 3 19 In the huddle, I called f JohnS U a p w'
cord 69 ck eRes- Austin-Noh . ... 13 19 ny Latt er to go straight aheaa off 3e athletes each, ear to draft equli .
: tea s 1r a f a arst .. ._ tackle on the play he always did them. About 100 atck and a good
*e.ti ane wi% i lo t Pan am&a., '. / so well on. share of them were not recom- .
M e ,ichn and B ad Bl- a ..We broke and came to the line mended for the cellee All,-Ateri- mm BI E m .
to .leichirlan l d Bud al praf.ic Cosmopolitan Mixed of scrimmage. As I started to call ca. So it canl sae l sa'that
sed, . 1 ague Standin the pla I saw that the Michigan there is no imme l te danger o f Dmt n, 0. (N -A)
eet 8 --- State line had completely blockined the source at supply being shut Devore of Dayton I.s
Termtes .... .. .. .up, that5 thhehole.e end former Notre Dia ead
er . 187 188 04 579Braniff Airways and wound 12 and It hwas toolaettor go t manychang- Pro coaches wo d uobe cheeregt. ll s s Me
T .co. up na "ta ..".. 12 9 ing, so I barked signals. run attintor by the reports that comewithck'All
Dehllnger's Agency f 11 10 headed for the line and he prob- Americas. recommendations. there
Restaurante Ifkychef Caribs9. . ;. ... .. 11 18 ably was as surprised an anybody are gigantic lnemea who eat
Seymour Agency .. 10 11. when he saw p m trying to make people for breakfast. BEvery tim e- ,
person 154 177 160 491 Sleepers .... .. .. 7 14 like a mole on the quarterback this fullback smacks stral cegout ,1., i.ftes 1 t* "k -
eletes . 167 168 180 515 I just saidto myself a weOlined there Iss box. Th l aS guy ru s
leichman 224 214 192 630 Seymour Agency mixed it up up, that Johnny wouli't make it through the end gome and knocks **U WM *
p r . 1e7 a188 204 579 with Braniff Airways and wound and I had better go it mystLf. boards out of baseball du outs
Supna "talspn -oag two Iml ht as well have run into Th one makes quartea ckS GA
o ag 919 2694 games uand drop ing to fourth a stadium concession stand. The worst calla look go .
place.- Swede Nelso. and Rose- play didn't gain an Inch. We lost This is a mild-mannered AI Lod"A
Hotel El mrenaenl Estel kelow hi est Tropalln a chance for a touch snster whosefat 43. day _
Braniff Airwas while sub pill down Which I believe would have losophy. When Ao in cls or prac-
a3 d9 Jascoir was high or Sem our changed the gamecompletely, in ba he most likely canN T
431, call I ever made has a direct be5ar- ba the- desire, and this accounts ar
So 1jq 1 542 The Caribs took advantage s l -ighigan State'd record of for his even dipositio
S. ,$ ~01 the absence of l Cof4anM having beaten Notre Dame four be found in thes- esmi RiM

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eg, ia dd wilber led Hotel El to partially offset Earle Best ndiar recovered 19 eofn3,fu
a while Harry Colbert and his fine 635. ldiar e
p Hermanna were high bles made by both teams.
mo ur Agency. Tasco Aell victims of the
'leepers, but stayed in second ACTION AT TROPICAL

Hotel El Panama telT as ke lest five TromalPark opens ts sea s day#
for te leeepers. ruand AC horse meeting Nov. 28.
ilber 3 184 160 U%8 582
216 172 225 6l13

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$ 44,000.00

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rter Robert DNiLY VEWi'I WW5UaIJ^j4
PSanam Amenchn New u$f ajj a Km cg.Klhbe
Goew YORK NOV. 14 (UP) n p.e n rrig e w lJN part ta MO'ww. ti b
right Roert mmett Smer-a "Le I people know the truth and ste corry s safe" -- braE m e Lioln. WaRNMNs ov. n4 (w UP)
O Od died following a coronary W Um t faced ne-..s s-
romboals today at the age of challin -to raeWldiscriniina- Il twaudl
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S31 EA PANAMA, LP., MONIoAT, NOVEMBER 14,1955 FI CENTS tion hard on the heels ofO . s.Awe;re. g by then.
SherwoodlenteredtNewwYorkb baB decisionsInpublicblIn an eO
Hospital early Saturday -rinlg barringar eg. In publics g l .u ....onuaserabt&n-
swimn:gt posa d Ao casebo esto Chairm TheM* ee
tr suffering the attack t his h of landm
s otae. He suffered l tsetback nd fet to ad sor mete. y. -se-en r t eath od to
w Mtut noon yesterdaydisSo e and ts Refuse To Litft Curtain cases tt g oate bar& on F-the oe i t E t

ie fo .p.din sea ly wo s en i nrerrrn rin a t F re e ele it as in t d I ain or- b- d "h en svMa e a n d h vit n 6S at ies
o We n-tion this morn.ing. ..s ristngowa aob t of cthe ne land hadaskbed.-h e d- oea s tha
herwood author o than Soth et FohreeWsn M oreIpae deana toadmimembc 1- rths ford Npublic _d no f queaatd as ed thArom the Reitvdi

Afirs prod oin the n 1949. and to aAMofae Oerme e Chinese-fuA-t ione was lse aTb rliTe M a Lea14 6ma b th

st foi ateg eso asad tna sidl o m es t o requs Is t t e o utn- e to a bak of e N w hor f lNe V a.rhOsft vo medOil x mier ucsnth
ad Hopkins: An Intimate is- l ooheata a an n min. e tue forbldeding eo V..l. e a. 4 hOis pr job
lh o:urtpIntomathrowr the n w -
l.".. .GENEVA, Nov. 14 (UP) -T h agreement on admisson of n e w have eben exerting strong pres tionsefort the conference ends .aale betaw white fo nuba comwi.. flrl -,
tits most recent lay, "Small West joined forces to blame So -members to the United Nations sure for a conference between the Wednesday.e non .e.onit1..wtes"s y-en n t0iersatetg at- o n wmm
etRussia'thalvsoftheeountryin ov-ImmeiaelyafteArmhisk stathavesla laws on the role 1 D
W rke on Murr nmH iorhd v Ear s tibl n ew f rep and tackled he the explosive issue of onte .

Sheplsaor lr .B r t aoi re rem horoaade wnm oe vce tdhe s efo r ,keanaidt thaB e tmosat usmen S" e o.t ha I . i
SPlaywrights company of to leave the do n fnr f rt The United States P posed ment. Diem has op sed this for ian and the two statesmen Te he eu the

-11 V, M.f<-fii fMoloo ahe i t h chief annod Smunetd Norops iedtII byaP.mI. Mobo ssd.,whov. 1 su.e d rto IIib Jto ll. Oct. WrW eI n;oh
hch he was founding mele East-West talks In the future. still secret list of whatnationsfear the elections In the north drove together across the border by A. U. MeDonaldwho sued ch.ereous to Russia .
bar. Authoritative sources disclosed should get into the U.N. under a would be rigged. into neighboring France. Oklahoma election oard- fe ord4la mats serve inin
that te three Western foreign packa e deal to admit members The extraordinary face-to face $200,000after the wo erd" heor o Ah le hlved
hrwultzer sisters n a major two hour to all blocks. Informed sauces said.s h D ud roee i castles Burhe Tar hte alc p th e i uin the bal lt aero h --o l
Sor plays "Idiot's De- strategy session : agreed to: a On the sidelines Molotov mt Molotov's own request. It came mountainside to a inorne arrhs.In e -L
S "Abe' Linbon in llinos" (1) Blame Russi for the Big Macmillan as a follow UP to the as Molotov's deputy foreign Mtnhthe Frtnch villafl e llunched a 0afteroo
'There Shnall Be No Night" Four Conferrnce der adl ckonttwo-hour Sunday meeting between rei r Gromyko, flew back Memises w nhed re ynh d n04 1. se l
and another for his Roosevelt- stepped up contacts between East Molotov and Secretary of S t a t e to Moscow on a mystery mission conferred on the conference for for. ns ator T our. t ( UlM te n e ham enti.
pkins bloraphy. Only Eugene and West. John Foster Dulles. apparently seeking new instruc- nearly four hours. i of. Ap ils In Dver, Colo., eld en t. th' 1 e i hU -
-Nelll has been equally awarded (2) Renew pressure on the So- theTT h In "envterC o, ld bruaft-bride, the fore arvW
E his dramatic work. vie t. to drop their censorship e and O Infmd souesasai Dies aprie ite hisr trittolrcai mG t s wres

hishesameatic Bw ork.caso eth vinert o te 4tsdreawipped whse aisrbil eon. alon aSang wa
He was an intimate of the late allow free flow ofS news and lrs Mlt o v, m a meeti ee tng usnvdescribed i er theproble n e nMrr al-

e so l w as "cordi l," moved closer to turnlran sa rl a as t the 0i Aonfee tha e h problem, f fr. nte st
: dent Franklin Roosevelt, mation.snto aspcrial m oved a c losri to eesS it a-wmi r Ch
programs during World War possible new Big Four Conference mittiggna Armem rsc o l es ge are duld one Commu T he nowy 410n ow tAybo. tob. e
minit mbernfrom are scheduled-on"tTheoCorpemtu-dohebnewlyewedsrarseedow tayingHeiha beenrsl tedooca
ted the overfeae ofpe or other East-Weh t talks in some tm nist. Western and neutralblocsn t re. i. tstP. a ttack on the 1950 athabeach co at one of J

actd he over or E easte- th e a ecrlue t e or ports ad tojldy of s dtrany a iu b- no t plandl l at t octake eo rto af
ie n-rm, even though without fiine g to the United Nat!ons all at once. .ra u pe oes ub control act and on m ca's luxuryn u rth-sde Mr

,d o! tenrl Oieo Wa an pe.ese Co e tank e asotr nners said the 1eal an- Kr.ke sai the U S Navymoiewshe fa d ner with esgd of a eenger by pnbterw eo teeou nd moturor fomm--d-.
0uation. Hp e left his official any date or p e. Tso ind eal may Us itmo r eo

of tonHe -xl left sof cdalea ny date or place.s gua.rdg pothrher Tughbefre sthouedo rflewet-sKri1 alen took first award tor a d a g er, ae naval resepide der iossed ron 44%nonlasl Tad. The Matln latr t be otsak A mot
t In 19 4 to Join Mr. Rose- The three Western foreign go through before the end of thiss tour of the d.

-et oit neerela wr wouroftbheoslanoprmeno Frh- ^ w nd e him S r oo o
I ; cam yrpaign speech-writingl iters and their top advisors met year. Com mand---e
SM ,~ ~ Best this morning at French delega- It was understood the main ? oUr- ATTLECREEK, Mich., Nov. my basesl targets"F i V Ke Ks ie "
Sheadquarters to prepare tIhe pose rigof the Macmillan-M e o at R14 (UP). Adm. rei m as tg h A. with misses. the ie r t 1iD -roUteSi-0N 1N 8 T toa
herkwjood underwent an emer- way for the 13th B!g Four pleana meeting was to decide what to Burke. chien of naval operations, Burksne tahe Russian iDrpS *er ithumoeta M uthur
n gall bladder operation session. The session returned do about Indochlna elections. warned that Russia may be admiral also observed that the
mr msh? oooonths .Ar. to the bogged down question of der the o Gentva accord ending aring her vast submains e fleet submarine's more at oane, theS a ro afe n
t AEast-West contacts on which So- the war there, preparations should F e ri e t te e a
oriersanalofcals were l have begun this July. But aoul with guided missiles and atomic Torpedo can be provided with oa- oo rt at t
tight deadlocked. cVetanm president, tNo D I n h t o. tomicexplosiveswhichincrease ot mltar
an oRebels, and British Foreign Secre- Diem has made no move to meet Burke said that missileslamuneh- Be striking power of the sub- i n eepalb Ming ns t.
1ry Haroln Macmillan met for one the North Vietnam Communists. ed from Russian submarines tmarine to ain extra-ordinarily high .he Cmrws hComl, ,. the Gid
s o rcesadM ,ental tahour with Soviet Foreign Minister The American-back Diem h a s our ports and to our coasa c i degree." .mi re and osth
muh Repored V. MeNa. Molotov at the Soviet chief oannnouncedte tkhe favorsefree aw ele ties." e Rus. a admiral wa quot PRIGIn rlED, Masc., NV. 14 from a .i 2 caliber isoI. tre .

SCdelegate te villa. titrcons to determine whether all ni ofo hOrTc 1. tRo strk al s qt.' mno por to e a 1 t b
EaiFL'1 authoritative sources a A Iad Vietnam will go Communist or re- The U. S. Navy Iis "not the on- e b k as sayng hat wile -(P) e wealthy executive thoe woud w a self inlited, MaLe a milh t hve
rWthey diH rd-s-ng lsued eo in da and a main free. But he wants only gen- ly ravy interested in submarine-l t w tared tosa o fleady h oh se b nie iAm wchilr be fr t e dealer. IL C n t
Canadian "pae sl d eal" plan uTinely free sections and be a os lnehd et ies," Burke c tohpedoe to n ad battles lta Whisdwnlifeiona e ten phad 1 W Ae. hai. port o the ed
AT, Moroeo, Nov. 14 ((UP) for oahtto 18o Stew nations to charged that necessary etiton s coLnsebd He 6th that Soviet s mie only sukem- sain noted oaper ad e dopne
stn obat .t lt i today r- o U.N. do not exist in the communist Adni. L. Vladimirskly, strongly *e s uwftk nball yhti m selei tom.fho e had- b een tdyod

est" ptire~ etwa ,and ate C astmand Wea" neareda- nrhs Dnioleers etallso eveantster om les f to led o, aIt hedAl a-OIa ae ,h 0 itoan11 e Ogn ..st.fiourg a. lw!--o
Rn OW cltae. onthe pebhaet toeurheto eBrooplo ieetly thae rits heb w the sa, letlst Boo at ,p" res rai dlidne tliothe nuply heoteda nate
46 omi n cnADe asvpen heriemeasopoints out th'at on oar erhh be much ahl cash brees t Vessel s
rs bBrooksnco. Inc., Springfield, sat id ... Posa rei o b
Ine.-te-U2t2f moieand atwomo1oSouthtreht VA Nlls tnetAamlnebUnt-equippednmrsl wiogmohth Cied Thts wrrtthat.Allon R.-snWNoW. ei ns8is .. "
ds padnish orou r A atrtes. dim d not sig the Aeerscand meeoen. hurie noted nthat the Russia48, vice preldenta ontmct
o f"thai d geaBto s he andefeve dprotentiat ieaus hi tosshimse ,sodn tayteS Uer hans
i j.. -soldiers l- t The Russian admiral, add- admi ral also mentioned the offmen- agr of the firm, a l A-
an&--ommt. m NOrtVie ty of osubmirines to tarNd "veru dpt, ptte o, ie WW e
yearsnno ..chIn comay a fodnthe- p'h. ayw ofINe. b nw
S eed I m n r o ne"This Soviet admiral warnotTprokr rinp tin
aagdm tLepoto Tr aedIsothrnian Aret Sow speaking iily, and unfortunately, features paper for bonds and- .e a oen
hod eore avvrada ket ostrDeaan ArtereolWn t he correctIntisecase, r osli te pastO
.W "a '111 pY our e(said.)"It Ist "nhtrue m that's anubmarine- furned Itto foreign gov to s th 'a
_%Wavy kadhr pliket -boat effect ierent Tralning launched mines could constitute BSanger, Ie s,. sot The p, which. r .
.:- sfay =5- mervingassa keylink:in-the ns w serious threat tour ports and to wife, red 45, and their two many nove featirosfor ctemn
year becomes France's terk was swept by fire 1t5 miles w 1 Burke spoke at homecoming 10, Saturday. The bodies, togeth-e specifically" designed fo opera- duil't
ideneneralher at sea yesterday when a fuel tank Award winners at the 14th an- Krkl for "Human Progress" and ceremonies for J. Addington Wa-
-es. Immediate ttsk :exploded into flames that raged nual Isthmian Community Art to Skiblpsk! ior "Bay of cion- ner, newly-elected national c o M- erfounwiththatof Banger, were n m we ,ceoaund waters aid p
prepare for the triumphantmrepotxthoAm.an Brooks said he was in Now tic.
md the Tivoli Guest House, reflect- Krlkl also took first award in Wagner, a naval reserve mcer, aork City on vacation last Tue- The mission will be to stpply f
to onweneda. ed traoped In the flaming hold and ed the diversity of the artistic drawings for "Offense" with Elva was wounded in action while com -l ywen
army sounrces disclosed other enLised itn were burned backgrounds now prevalent on Fairchild winning the honbrable handing a rocket ship off Okina- l we anfer called and ..,wmg numkrs o Army ann ,ir
band of 500 rebels critically. and rushed by ship, sea- the Isthmus, mention li that category for wa in World War II. -onfsed that he had beengethen c northern gtretcades of t-e
hebadof30 eblal- Prize winners Included U.S. "Panchita y aus Hermanos." To emphasize the threat posedcufeased thated been eicanortenet o
two attacks on French lIane and helcoper to a naval citizens and Panamanians, sol- Elenor Edwards took first by submarine-launched mled r,
ed tO atak nearonital here.bl Burke noted that the U s i t e the firm for the past five years ,The snaps mcinue a new vehicle
n In the ouredares ertbroke out at a diera and civilians, those with award in prints for her blockthat he had old it fo -ro Ship on which leaded ve
SeMoroccoothe stroard f o th formalartschooling,self-taught print, "Caledonia. In sculpture States has more than 6,000 miles
ctank.oftlartischose f-tau ooastline"exposed to a t t a ck00 cies can roll on and rou off us-
USS Searcher, an old World War artists an. those with American, Malcolm Del Valle's entry took fom cthe sea"oand that more t Brooks said Sangerr I Jsted der their own power; a rugged
,a:' s ...... French a-Idlers oai Liberty ship converted to stand, Span French irst priheu half the major tties of the na- that he would resign and was new tanker; and ice-strengthened
10en- Fren. a floating radar sentinel in the German, Mexicanaand Czech In class two, which included tion le within 100 miles of the told the company would not cargo ship ead a drycock cargo
raneiport erd h ed n ta- Air Dn.asep atoftcntinen--banmnroudsr showing original de r coast. prosecute him. As Of sO trday siap whiica can launela small boat
tan16o ersDtanti C asmpart d'sntnnsigns,Diana Chiarl do Gruber Burke said the U.S. Navy views" he had not yet resigned nor leaW by submerging its tern.
bobl ft 11 bodies chain of radar "eyes" guarding There Wero sltgh. iewer men took first award for a dramatic the Soviet navy shipbuild po dismissed, Brooks said. TheMa riatime Commmsaion,
sources said final ca-t proportion of them were among and weaviln, while honorabie gram with "grave concern. tit Brooks, who Mid Banger was which is having to sips built
ties might be higher. The Navy announced the flame the rite winners, mention went to Robert K. Mor- ranks second. in the world, and it Ident carefully "calculated the sport Service, IMslt contract.
4-- were brought under control by the Winners in Class 2, which in- ris, for his presentation of tur- is coming ip fast-too fast." amounts af paper he stole tqsc0- for consaktrctiono sOeven of the
L.. ,IVA e-1n only four minutes. but the clues original paintings,.pastels, quolse-and-white ceramics, and Latst rpor, ur sai-d-t -st .nd with-aount ing hestleo- now esta-ctndng one aves cle

410i t n.-bd 7WP "aSn's rime indmlisters have In- with the-church," he said.
Da LoydGeorge, a f N &Ta I
Zlnd Dvid oyd. egen wh hhuWILD BILL HCKOK By Rums WinterbthOm and Rloh Lane
that prime Welsh Baptist;' R sey MacDon- "Of couese I refer to Pin-
appoaint old, a Scottish Presby erian, and "ne Margaret's Case Ph si
.tG -Stanley Baldwin, a unitarian. In an interview. "It revealed ,A. 4., t
-Mre pest 'eta- In the last century. Benjamin the wideningl gap between the .is o.C .g
4fa clht adstatel 1 Disraeli, a Jew, W preaeir student daded by the m a od
0t0 peu Furthermore, PllWment pass- state and the stand- ft'a
J106 rased by es judgment on rules. srdsy law. I
Stfsta*n.is- Parliament incliesnot only ea of-swe2m
T W d, a di- Voncon.mists -*sad Vxcomimu- I believe a formal investiga- se .I
ffth f of nlieates but zhlelte 6nd agnos- tVon into the sitution would re-
Cbft oml Louthan 30veears that tae msjqrity of the
SLe than 30 year par- peopleOpposethe e tabliahment
T.liame refused to the I of the Church of England as the,-A
Ti- church to adopt a revised pray- official state church," the law-
~8 Vs atho**or boo Maker said. "There is no logical
whether the "Such Is of establish- justifloath for continuing its
sat be diseatabP meat," "So we we are establlhment.
qel i -rty. forced question: Is it | The Church of England op-
grOf 4weh Worth It?" poses divorce. A lane segment
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