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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: AA00010883:00924
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Eisenhower Works, Rests RP SNtill Holds .

At Gettysburg Farmhouse Consideration' -

dred 4toda y hi mThe question of giving 6Z -e F
"GTTYSSDRI. Pa., Nov. I5 Mrs. Amn Whitman. Three larg- alans a 75 per cent eior tax
(UP)-Proslnt iehewer work- er office on the second floor of deduction, according to the
te and r day t hi farm the building have been subdivid. terms of the new treaty, was
hose headquaaers of a new ed into office space for Adams; still "under consideration" to*
iempw.ry senter of lovernmentm 1 Wayne, Hawks. the White House day, exactly two And oeuhalf
this Mlterrli mal town. chief of records, and other months after It was cheduld
The Chief Executive was main- members of theataff who may to go Into lffct.
1y concerned today with matters be working in Gettysburg.
discussed by .his cabinet which A ipeltal detail tram the A spoisdman tor the U. S.
met in Wadsinton. White House uniformed police
Presidential.assistant Sherman has been sent here to maintain la ssy who Is one of the
Adams was to fly here inmedi- a 24-hour watch over tie White negotiators nmenaid today tillhadt the 0
lately after the season to give House offices. They are in ad- the matt goer"nmdei omddera-
Mr. Eisenhower a firsthand re- ditlon to the large force of se- e matter d coidr- GENEVA, Nov. 15 (UP) The Western Big
Port. cret service agents p~otecting tion.L
Mr. and Mrs. Eisenhower 4rove the President himself abandoned today their efforts to get dsio to
to Gettysburg from Washington There will be a steady stream "There are some compilca- Crtt
yesterday for the remainder of of other high.ranking visitors tionsa coneirning teashn ie ca lI Curtai .
the Presldent's convalescence to Gettysburg b-a the Presi- matters of adnnlistra tion They did so after unanimously re ting. A
from the heart attack he auf- dent's strength increases and which remain to be ed viet proposal which U.S. Secretary of'Sto John
feared in Denver Sept. 24. he is able to add more hours up," he added.
The President will confer to- to his daily working schedule. Dulles denouKced as "a very great danger to pti.....
morrow with Commerce Secrets- As long cs he Is In Oettys- an d It was introduced by Soviet foreign minister It
r Sinclair Weeks. his first ma- burg, however, he won't follow a Molotov at thfirstf two plenary
Jor visitor outside his immedi- anything like the work schedule Molot at firt f two penary se today
&to staff and the only member of his pre-llneas dsys In the It- A provided for exchanges of sponsored scientfc
of the cabinet he did not see Washington White House. n eSus d S, provided for e of soore
during his confinement n the Mot of his visitors, weather egations that would bring Western knowhow to
hospital in Denver. permitting, will travel betwFen aor Sghitf ly ignored olWestern pleas for
Secretary of State John Pos. Getty burg and Washington bron Crin fora free flow f ws a i ;
ter DuUes is expected here Fri- air, lnw in tW twin.enginedron r a ree OW ,sid
day to report to Mr. Elsenhower Aero Commanders set aside for A fight i. Silver City last ter t1h lI session, Dull. .
on the Geneva orn ministers Wt House u. ts r wigh en n el Bvar City laa after t ft season, Dunes I "-
meeting. The va foreign ministers Whte House nt month ended up J4n court cae and Molotov tet alone .for l
his plane, the Columbine, to Eun this morning when Noel Baptist mutes to confer on arrange-
rope to pick pDules. rd ler Safe .the conference EastG r a
As Mr. senhower's work l suspended for a period of three tomorw. T b *hno WWton
pace quickened, be will occur years a charge of "ssait erse lt4met W Int
a nose burine nice is tte | lby means of force 11 lyto utes before thge tri the aft-
Gettysburg ast office. But W Psiravlp~fy produce areat bodily *r's WWImt son.|
our until ter Is, teek rll fe pana de ate
le reurni would invnlved In nt .
ie ed er. I " "a a "
AV of A s e. war .. r ilm W53 e COUps -c-
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ousted President Juan D. Poeon,
Swas a complex failure today,
The collapse Of the strike gave
te new government of Pres
detPedro i Aranburu a
atashtaing vicy in a major test
S of strength.
It se to a se. E d the
death ta t remained
ofat P e ist t in Argen-
Them tle .called by COT
leaders for la id ht to pro-
test alleed w b InI -
pendent la aders raast
iae e rs still hReld b

rp new s pi9?

we re oer-

.work 'at i ire ordered

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S au man e w crew at
their battle'i grded otl
side of the c Rosad te
atRne ou#. Mounted
c wes w up n the
fIoRts aMd es were open
apple w se shopping as

AU. w 1a t oee and other
ad a w not report tfor

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The armed forces, with theh
aid of loyal staff members, were.
running the, power plant at. La
In Avellaneda, workers leaving
the Masellorens textile factory at
I am. tried to halt buses a"d
street *ams Five Sherman lakS
accqmpanIed by half-track gun
.carriers arrived to quell the disi
turbanee. They fired shots la
the air and ended the Incident.
SMst factories in Avellaneda,
whih Is a major Inistrial are
reatd to e-lad arf
o i So e thoae-li
river. a tel

The source sakew ibI overnu
mnt was In con ua
with Roario, where no vpflae
was reported. Ther- were O
mstiou, clashes reported any.
The Army1 Ministry In Buenos
Alrfs'was under strOm guard
with Ahe addition tc Iydof t
40-mllmeter Eowtier. M
eitys streets, however,-remal ed
completely normal.

Rogers. Houx ec
Conal Co. Proits'
W. A. Rogers .and A, M. Ioux
et4ere offe, on t
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dent Ju n IL Peron said In the
Hotel i n last night that
he expects finish his book this
week. .
Hard-worig writer Peron, by
rising befoe- dawn daily and
writing thrl kh almost without
interruption i about 5 p.m., is
away ahead ethe 20-day sched-
ule e .or sna et himself for
finishing the ok.
Yesterday l'ron finished the
fourth of fly chapters which
will make up e book. He has
ly the fin haptet sad the
podgue tos. .
eron wagsmleduled torecl

e denied lt night that
bte erof o once-pOwerful
~ Partse convergingm on
fPeou dttourage In the
N WWs&hIngton presently
SrisMY0e 3o7-four Peron
flelf aide Raldegit, former
ch.&ffeap Isaac Gilobprte, and
Pem-"pondnteed former Arg ten-
Oine" lMaad or to Panama,

Streinlad .rant to study vital
statist8s wig specialization in
tabUHatiob have beqe awarded to
i A. De Leon, of te Office
Sf tert'eq and Census by the
d1t later Affa .
: ulW reeelve -academic
rM at the U~ivmst* of Puer-
14- .a,..eine of ft smlaths

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FrFm tK List Four
More Ribeos Killed

ALGIERS, Atseas, No. Us -
(UP) FreaM metals amoue-.
ed taY ^t..r. tg *a pMat 24
"^A ju -. beer ll ed,I

UlOT no xuaoquu .urI s m 'u -Aam Pie. P rM '."
said the Ptesddent'a t e'o fIbd Srtettler mret t
blood pressure were nSmc a, during the "p fro
Last night the Elsenhowes Gelabert 'Airport Pal
entertained quietly an Infor. Pan .,; where he 4p9 f
airily at dinner for a fewfriends. uday/ morning, to I u-
continuing the obsertnce of Cdl1mb*t. with intentions I rD
M Eisenhower's Sfth birthday. fueling In Buenaventura.
The guests left early, however, Word Was received hereaff a
because the President's schedule Capt. Bergner of the ,. t.
still calls for hil going to bed mertan Oeodetic.Survey .al *rt:
early. Kobbe of Etettmeier's safe allv-
The ground floor office in al at Buepaventura.
the Gettysburg post .;office Stettrmler apparently was
which is being prepared for forced down by the weather at
the President is one new oc- Papla Solano. Colombia. The re-
cupied by the postmast, Law. port~aald the flier attempted to
rence E. Oiler. The office is contact officials in a meses.
being completely refurished, sent by & passing boat, but the
even to a new coat w light attempt apparently failed.
green paint. The Rescue Coordination Cen.
The new furnishings, .t ter at Albrook Air Force Base
Ing of a small desk with brown started the search this morn-
leather chair and leather couch, ing, dispatching planes from Al-
are being supplied by e Gen- brook, Kobbe and Buenaventu-
eral Services Admiistration. ra. -
Special telephone connections Stettmeter's plane, a World
also are being put Into:he ofr War II-type trainer equipped for
twice for the Plsident. a crop -dusting mission. was
Next door there is a smal of- spotted flying into Buenavenltu
flee for hoS personal lseetary, ra by onwe oK he rescue pll,"pt.

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eon's treatment.

anal To Open
orosowmer Bids' I
Bids for the installjtion of a.
60-cycle transformer station at a
Fort Davis Substation, the relo- i
cation of the existing 25-cyalp 1
mtr f rr and otwr altes-
Snm -conmction with the
ft. power conversion proj-
e e now being advertised by
Panama Canal Cqmpany.
The work Is required in order
to furnish 60-cycle currentt to
the military post at Fort Davis.
t.he- .iuitlonts co1 for the a
cOdtof the JoWb within 0 e
07y 'ifter notice Is. given to (
O d.
Bids are scheduled to be open- t
ed November 25.

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ed a U, Midsianary mli Tole, Republic of Panama i5 tmle t Of DaviL) yesterday afternoon. ,
Albrook's -esecuge t dinatlon Center having received req eat tLrough normal diploma- t
tic channls alerted the 26Lh Air Rescue unit that flew !o tl t of Mrs. Mary Lou Christen, US.
Missionary at .Tole. t t
The I1 left Albriok shortly before noon and returned. wth Mrs. Christen accompanied br is
her husband the Rev,. ke Christen at 5:10 p.m. Mrs. ChristaI. taken to Gorgas Hospital In-
medlItely after landing St Albrook where she repondly.l, .;eri m~,
An SA-1 t= tf Air Rescue Squ@dron waa dspatee~ inato and waited there to
ret.el the ne1 o il return train o Arok. .
Polt of Ie r e ip was Capt PaurW. Van Bo'.en wth ft It. Dvd I. Allen as co-o
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re pinay. j d te soviet's
cn, charging t t Molotov had
'taken refuge in generalka-

osl.Urg that
mt rr;-.Htar,

fruitless discusslol be cut short.
noting that "at present there
seems to be a real difference of
view between the two sides1
which cannot be bridged."
?he Western allies are writ-
Iay a solemn pledge to contin-
ue working for German umilty
despite faUure of the foreign
ministers to agree on a Slule
major subject, an aathoerit-
tive Western spokesman qaid
Thq decision was made known
s West Germany made a final
effort to win some -promise of
ierman unity before the Big
Four conference comes to an Ond
tomorrow with the spirit of Ge-
neva a mere memory to a hope-
ul world.
Dr. James B. Conant, US. am-
assador to Bonn, rushed here
with what he called a "few sug-
estions" by Chancellor Konrad
Ldenauer for the last discubason
today on German unity-the
opic that brought the deepest
Aput at GeSeva
Cenant scheduled eoanfe
enees with Dulle and was be-
leved to have eome here to
hg draft the "German char-
the Western deelaratlme
hat will blame failure hquare-
I1 Bn the Soviet Unmi.
Te plede will lhe contained
n'a joint declaration by the
united States, Britain and
'rance. The sources said th'
three Western foreign ministers
were putting the last touches on
he document today nd would
publish it at the end of the Big
rour meeting.l
The deeatlo. b expected
to stave far mer IsPSt tban
the Dig ror final gOlumaj.
ue-._wIgo a 'Uit way to.
wald lstipnr away the layer
Of tely talk at the so.
(0emaMe p- 1Page I, Col. 2)

Zone' Retumree
et His Wih .
A man who can't keep out
f the Canal Zone will get his
mdia wia -for the 104M year.
AM Diaz, found guilty of
t ..to the anali Zane
Sw !deported. wh sn
, t Vee U. S. Dis-
E .ygrt.ie ind one year

fUight of refuga. ,

The Comm uniststW
as Gthe Br' mu h +w

At the sawm time
mier Walter rleht
nationalization W
industry atse l the
of Germany.e re .it
The attack on the w
Germans who work in
lin and onmmfnuacteas
ed in a dHsck e t

ties. a -'
would exert s e onme an
caler Walter totirecht
Industry aftef the

the attack on the W4

the mten tl
Ulln and on fug. was
ed in a "Handbook Nb,

dy to" dservebutlmpto l
propagandists, the
The haneroot said

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tor lhen ct orde
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Modes ana ipetlailts, apparer.ty immutaoie, sacrosanct, aeYn
iNMeUon,, an4- ,k e aie aigh tiad hoiy wo of caralM M'IatI a
-mUa auneis w icn cannu. be uttered by human lips, oven 'pe-
men~ton.' ButL a the risK of heid-ire and damnation, and
sil wilt depoCtatiun oy the hilinen 111 have to mention it *.;
necewsary piejuae tc wiiat, luows.
'The laW-a question is tne ore that prescribes parallel pal-
at the Balmw ust Oifaict instead ol0 me sngie parung prpa.
l in sfettre. It is a pretty sale.Q~t..tfaa,T 4 peulac4
adcted*timong tne Dauror.s o the post oiice as O whia
of pa g tney prezerrea, tne angle parking advocates wouot
s yr.4 Inat woulua nt e tne results or a Russian ekea-
a c'lae race.
unt 5a $ U,.rallel parking law in ,llitepealable, there
o Zelarw. 'There oughba be alawito prevent peOple
in .e s it tne post ciffce, reading .tneir mail nd
abing with acquaintances on the slaewalk, ete., atter
Sbusias in Vie post olire has .een concluded at lullC
other ;uo drivers with glowering looks and not too gently
mIklag hqrns arc writing to slip in to the first vacated space.
Just yfltefald I saw a cooiiy inzouciant woman in a grey
t get hoc ,, take hei place beluAnd the whea l and tart
r it, onlf inteirupted by "Marie" on the sidewlak, who
M deertew d ht qar behind Marie's in order to hhftel a clft.
And there Jht e two females chatted while the drive of
gier cars qumed, stalled, and caused traffic teups waiting
' them to get ing so they too could et to the poit office. They
a thoght.-hcy had those spaces rented for the prescribed
And Bo ( jelaw. 'he post office ought put up a sign to
'gd, "Got your mail, conclude your business, and get the hell
.ut of here, even I you haven't used up your five minutes of
parking time." teLw
--Letter of the Law.

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Walter Reuther is disappointed
.tne wording class. ie neleves
eoted.o tinst him la ,a
ction r .
SLast Tues ay the voters
tiUllAr ced a ClO-spons
1r lch would have made
b oaflMl Guaranteed Annual
aeg formIla applicable in too
BUceeye State.
In doing this, Reuther says,
workers "were only hurting them
bel ves it, or he would nut hava
pUmitted his Auto Union to say
So ofikially.
Reuther, then, in effect, is mak-
Jig two hard hitting points:
ST-The workers voted against
hib type of unionism, which comes
up with special plans to save thqm.
over a long period of time, Instead
of handing them cash in their pay
envelopes-as the AFL does in
snorter periods or time.
2- Reuther believes that rejec-
tion of any of his own formulas is
injurious to the working class.
Apparently the leaders of 10,-
200,000 AFL workers across the
tuntry don't exactly agree' with I
itls interpretation of modern poll-
tics. Ihe Ab',L showed little soll-
Ority in ths fight and threw corn-
pnaatively few dollars Into the
CIO fund for special broadcasts,
advertisements and literature-all
braintrusted by the Auto Union's
highly sakdled publicists.
Seuther's -hagrin, therefore, is
understandable. He made a bid for
political power in Ohio by forcihg
state to vote on what was en.
dorsement of his personal Guaran-
.ted Annual Wage formula. He did
not have to do so at this time to
g&t his Auto .Workers their money
rnder the Ford and GM plans if
y should be laid off.
In the f I r s t place, laypffa.Are
hardly contemplated now.' The auto
industry is booming. Pay, profits
and employment are at an all-
tiLae high.

Secondly, Ohio's unemployment
insurance payments already are
among the nighest in the nation.
To make the third point It must
first be explained tnat he Ford
and GM-Auo Union special un-
employment Insurance plants don't
become effective unless two-thlrds
6 tnoe workers are in states whl
the law permits them to draw pub-
.xc ano private unemployment
surance at tht same time.
This is now legal In Michi,
Delaware, Connecticut, New YrW
and Massadbusetts-which col.a
uter 60 percent of the requi
66 2-3 percel. .
The other 4ew percent of F
and GM workers could be
la any one at a number of
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NEA Washington Correspondeot bor soon to merge with the aiming to be president of the Unit.
WASHINGTON (NEA) -Dad- iengress of Industrial Organiza- ed States.
leation of the new, five-million- tions has Its own new head- Things aren't that way yet. But
dollar white marble palace head- quarters nearing completing. Its Reuther AF P dqt Geo.
quarters for President Dave Beck top-floor auditorium and balcony Meany do : 1etary of
and his Intenlational Brotherhood overlook the White House itself. State Jonm F every so
agflh'ismters. Chauffeurs, Ware- It towers over a church to make often, to t' wrong
housemen'nlrpers-ofDi neries the L I. aWberl of ,Commerce with blh i
S'as oapted as one of the really and 46 U.S. Treasury look like Believe W #th Labor Ty.
g& igiflcant signs of the sorry old duinpb. coons and" l har-day
times. l week With time
tfU .S. Steel, DuPont,; General and-a-half s t age
- It !s a far cry from what would Electric, any of the auto giants 55 egiS th rner. Her-
.v,, beenh aeerved in the good or the' power rust were to move bert lor n is balmiest nre.
ba inxt nre.,

Mdays. That a new. 4anster
"' wotldp. opena a a-
lomn Ina sIt$ln on o
fb tmat t as known aisctliit
$n ta J beadqua-.
in -m, 4. andi nI

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"Dales' sadden ot iasm at Ge-
neva is suprps"
Iulis aSd Egypt
Internationalrelations, or coree,
do not usually hnprove that sud-
denly, espeelally when the Rus-
sians at that very moment were
sending jt planes and submarines
to EYvt. nushine a Czech arns

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he'will draW state checks. fThen
he wil take himself off state; un-
emnqjlyeat relief for one week.
Duriag~hat week the union Vll
get ham upeuployment pay frqm
Ford or Ga under the contract.
In the one week he is off staUe

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e .r ~the new spirit
E xtW'faiUgurated at Geneva
Naturally any failure of the pres-
eant conference at..wva would .
play right -into Demncritic llims..
Hence the call to John Foster
DjlUea and hi. sudn press con-'
erence, In Geneva g news-
men that the foreatg ministers
meeting would be a great success.
Why Margaret Said No

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Model B. C. ..................$150.00
"Super Tropical" style -
Living Room set .....a....... ,165.00
"HMose" Damask Living room set 199.60
"California" style Living room set 295.00
"European" style Living room set .. 300.00
"Mariposa" style Living room set .. 295.00
"European" style Living rudm table 25.00
"Half Moon" style Living room table 15.00
"Rectangular" style
Living room table ............. 19.50
Bamboo Living room table ........ 35.00
"Z" style Living room table .... ...6 35.00
Chaise Lounge with Rattan
foot stand ................ 125.00
Bamboo Chair .................. 35.00
Bamboo chair No. 603 ........... 32.50
Chair-Bed No. 664 .............. 75.00
Simmons Easy Chair ............ 80.00
Simmons Easy Chair Bed ........ 150.00
Ashtray with glass tray .......... 12.50
Bamboo Magazine holders ........ 12.50
Rattan Bracket ................ 25.00
Simmons Studio Couch
No. UL.1305 ................ 175.00



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"Renaissance" Dining room set,
varnished ...................$350.00 S125.0Op
Dining room set No. 1035,
painted ..................... 525.00 .395.0
Dining room Set No. 1025,
painted ................... 25.00 39LISl
"Cubista" style Diningwaarn set, .
painted ........,............ 675.00 495.,,
"Habana" style Dinin room set, ,
painted .....:. ....... .

S"Curved glasses" style Cupboar4d
natural ...................... 0900 45.0:
Chromed chairs .,........... 15.00 9Jf

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"Fausto" tyle Bedroomn s.,
painted .... .i, .. .....-.. .60.00
Bedroom set No. 21OHst* .b.,. 510.00
"New Yorker" Bed, Walnut, '/3 ., 55.00
Bed No. 215, wine, 4/6 .......... 65.00
Spofted Bed No. 215, 4/6 .. .. 67.50
Dresser with large mirror
No. 210, wine .............. ... 150.00
Dresser with round. mirror
No. 180. wine ........ .... 125.00


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Simmons south Bed, mtal .........
'Nappanee" Cradle ..............
"Nappanee" Cradle ..............
Wardrobes, pink, blue, marble ....
Wardrobe .....................
Gym sets ................... ..

"Modern Maid" Gas 6 V-F .
4-burner ....................

"Astor" Electric Stove,
1-burner ......... ......
Stove-Toaster ......... ........
"Sharot" Toaster, semi-automatic
"Quicfrex" Refrigerator
Model H-56.B ..........
Water Heaters, electrie
12 and 15 gals ~ s .-........


Aluminum Chairs ...............
Aluminum Chairs ..............
Sofa Glider ....................


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59.50 39.50
79.50 S9~.8
3.50 1.50

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. Metal Desk Lamps .............. 120
Lumps, Wetintq, wall, lantern type
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Oermeay, Nov. 15 (UP)

Minister Theodol
adminiltered an oath of l -
the first 101 men of what
.b eome a 500,00O-man
fighting force.
Uteunsat genetSa. 3 Ieu-
eolanel, majors and lieu-
L. O sergeant major and
sergeants have the
'of thm had hadb
et themselves ftted
mose-gray uniform of
atay. They were put
In front of the
at dhdely ranks of
-M a nucleus for the
u d huge Iron cross,
s fashioned German
s constituetd the only
Stha. ceremony in
i bud which- les- .*used
lcapl' was laid on the
floor of the blet-
kwbrick bul4dil
~Adolf eusinger
el were -the senior
,aeuslnge is to beeOme
or eeral of the army. It
that Speldel will be-
?ts ar .yHs laison man
kb orth-.Atantlc Treaty Or-
at which West Germs-
a member........
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brief eech expressed the em-
PhNta which the government is
lputt0g 1 making the Army a
moaeratie .le.
o 10 first o thousands,
he are citizens In uni.
form, and no more or less than
other citizens.
"The Streitkraefte will be under
the authority of the sate."
There were no moneoles, med.
als or other orname t among the
101 to remind the fe offie!als and
newspaper correspondents w h o
witnessed the induction ceremony
of the traditional Prussian ar-
But many ofthose who gave
the loyalty pledge showed by
their starred faces, burned
hands and missing fRgers that
they had fought in World W a r
Also, the only sergeant major
among the inductees consttued a
warning a rearits tat even if
the army Is to be democratic, it'
will'. be rn _o |
M-Sgt. Karl-.12nz Richarz, 39-,
year-old Rhinelander, is bing and
tough-looking. Well over six feet
he has the buid of a boxer and
he has the top sergeant's boom-
ing voice.
A professional soldier of 12
years' service, Rocharz joined the
railroad police After Germany's
surrender, when there w a a no
army. Then he became attached
to a home for juvenile deli n-
Richrz, like slost of the oth.
e.s, has not ydt been able to get
his uniform. But even in his blue
serge suit and with long hair, he
was every inch a soldier.
Officers of the new army will
rate a salute from American
troops in Germany, United States
Army Headquarters made known.
They will be entitled to the salute
'ah'officers of a friendly army.

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course, had been divorced him
COMING anremarrie t
..Later he _ee atered great
position to ttrgafet's maril
from within his Cabinet. Lord i
Sisbiry and two other conserval
Cabinet members threatened to
Iis, *however, was not the mi
obstacle. It was the persuaslte
guments of the Archbishop of C
S* terbury made 4drect to Margai
He convinced her that to ma
the divorced Townsend would
a disastrous blow to the Chur
cou iag Mter the marriage oft
Dufe of Windsor. t a divorce
.........* woman; and after 'te divorce
S Athony Eden. A third such na
ri be.hb ea. mi, t might the.a
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... awarded that Naftareb and er
Sthe Duke an'Duchess oit
sor, with no permanent hone, tu
up at Log Island dimmer _
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s tening. e Princess, becaiae o
for her sister and duty toward V
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Tr 'ia'wet and i r sauce with
pork sausage. H fe'd 9oe' we
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Pi&eapple &f afIr Sauce with
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OneObfpgdbd pork sausage. 1
No.nIt 1ppit chunks,
cuf leM eo,, p water.
cup bow sugar, teaspoon
dry muR .sd, 1 tablespoon corn-
Drain pleetJpW Amid combine
cup pineapple jUice, lemon juice,
water, ;u.as ,mutard and corn-
starch. Stir .ank boll to thicken,
abots 5 minute ,Add',aineapple
chunks. Brown thbJ~. uskge 3 min-
utes. Pour peSg i sauce over
sausage. Hent.
Sansaxe and Greep Bean Barbecue
(SelM: e n s.ervings)

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ibed inteprs,- the insides of most
career gMs tote bags take the
prize. There isn't ja working. wo-
man who doesn't have some use-
les"cldt In har Overgrown hand-
bag gnA., in m'or cases, there's
auch : e,-iloxM'rtion of clUttet
that tUP neces es are hopelessly
feW',i lit ,of a few of the
thiNs ad in the pile formed
when sevW i working women
dumped th contents of their
handbags onBa desk:
,thast, a broke earring, 5O bobby
thyst, a kr&As earring, S0 bobby
pins, and M aatd appointment
ook, an ethy perfume bottle, an
ancient -love letter, a fortune slip
from 6hftsq cookie, a shoe but.
touhook, .-p4 rnsit.trtt.ransfer

week-od,.h marketing lJt.
Thisv,- kesy R un.kno.wn ori-
gin, crIlSed cagaret packageus,
tattered drivers' licenses, loose
change, broken combs and empty
lipstick "cases, o- s tj' u't
the goads. tbe women cart
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Set45eaelsth tge rs a, what hot. Then, co-orise aegti
y bmostalasgal. 1OA) Pe) 9P Mi~fta g, darsle lemathercontalmes.C velestI r
,$pa oi naeof 6earrief eta 5 hahdba (g tIs a small tagh f~r
k to crrie Mal ,one.

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that a 'og al. place in a Ina ing in the boisi!of the big matchbooks from the handbag. A
Should orga.i .z ed tdibag; It's ea et out in key case makes the need keys
,uaqWnew who enary' big bags a'tuir. .. easy to find by sease of feel. AnI
beMuie _thaneed thez apace find The, further can be jdg glasses cise keeps glasses
that a French clutch purse is a housed n matching leather con- rom getting dusty and scratched.,
bighelp. It' about the size of a tainers. They're durable and can All of these very practical, but
sections: one for cins, another be bought to fitch, which is a handsome, accessories can be had
for care plates, driver's lcens big help to the appearance of then o then a variety of leathers. Most of
and a space. that opens t for Intero of the tote. A cigaret case them are smooth, but some come I
billd a space that opens ot Is importpt to keep crumbs of in lizard and other eptile leai:I
tobacco out of the handbag and ers. Some are hakd tooled in .01
This kind of a purse-within a to keep the cigarets from crush- rental and other exotic patterns,
purse makes it possible to get'out lag. A matching leather-covered to make them dres h. Others have
change for the bus without rum- lighter eliminates the bunches ol bright gold touchebe.

One paekite'(W pbun8l 'bf6Wd
and serve sausage, 2 tablespoons
flour, a cup chil sauce, !, to 1
teaspoon Worceistershjre sauce, l
can (2 cups) green beans.
Brown sausages in a skillet. Re-
move sausage to a heated plate.
Add flour 4to stllet. Stilr an chili
same, W.ereas.lauces and.
juice drained from caatied beans.
Stir and cook over low beat until
thick. Add the aausiges and beans.
Stir. Serve hot.
Sausage Chee' Casserole
(YIeld: 91" s) 1 I
One pound pa" lprk sadsage
meat, 1 small, iOv. g a rltc,

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sau ag in a Trge
la gIrilic, tomaTo
to usage. Cook
iadJ waer ufl
and rhose in cold'
If the noodles in
king dish. Spread
cheese over hob-
r of sliced cheedd
eat ixturt. Re-
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FOR SALk:- 81a-ft. Wsting-
house refrigerator, mood cmEl-
ties. neile Pal$50. Pasp
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FOR SALt. -4 Drsnm table,
mahogany desk, wicker chale,
tables, encyclopedia, misc. iteN.
House 141.-X Gmboa. Phenr
FOR SALE: Chldd's crib, 2
wardrobes, might table $4S;
trunk. $30. $3; 12 seaZ Ia


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FOR SALE:-1954 Buick Supee
4-doer, good as now, only 8000
miles, radio, nw spare tire,.duty
paid. $2500. Phone Panama 3.


WANTED: Chalet. 2 or 1-
edroom in good location. Notify
CAA, la x 500. Balboa Heights,

FOR SALE:- 1955 Morris O -
ford black, 2100 miles, $1475. u
Call Balboa 2874. WANTED I
FOR SALE:-1950 Vauxhall 4. Apartments
door sedan (6-cylinder). gad
condition. Phone Balboa 4334 or YOUNG COUPLE without chit-
1409 after 4J10 p.m. d*n desire vacation quarters on

screens 3'xs 3 each; 6 v@ F-
tien blinds 6'5' $1 each. M FOR SALE: Beautiful 1947
tag. Coco del Mar, Panama Cadillac Limousine with evqy.
1837. thing. $500 cash. Call Panamr
FOR SALE: Genael lietle -'
8.7-ea. ft. automatic defteft t- AUTOMOBILES AT BARGAIN
frigerator with lase fowtie PRICEi FOR SALE,
t compartment; The smi-Sunge- 1950 Chevrolet 4-dear edae,
maitic washer (bebt 40 vsycta. body clean. good paint, ires very
Divan and 2 chlr with slip|11 very good. Mechanically very
era. matching mshoapny ad god, A real bargain.
LI a a.. J J.--l. B ..A .l. ._ 1:51l..CI Dla. dJ tJ 4. ..

r *bomt 15 Ja. 56. Call Amen

SWANTD:-Scooter with geaed
tmnmisiden. Call Navy 25-
5127. _

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on an elo tah hihlv fit Oand
holldows* w1l kmom a-Nds.
Take ad othie pHf and
ahop erli I Xma. PrltAS,
Plesu de MaiO.
FOR SAWI Showcss, cable.
ne, mint s. CO rol Ave. No.
115, i,-mu.. ...
FOR LSALE --Co.p rim,
and maids, pamn a, Qser-
m.ateu beg suE House
mommiW hores 2-8538.
FOR Mi-Os eiy 10-ft.
refr -r $225S, -3eyeleo e
rit l-ft. 40-w *-dr.;
one PlmOthb MaWo S.. Can

astiica* end 6,a consw o ra- 1 n a r e i re- "as ra-
die with i'sw peed resed die, hydramatic. aMbgal Iights, be seen rIItil pvm N6. 19
player, record cabinet; Emenren nylon seat covers, clean car. 4 4tA aesth Nros. ebil Vi.st
portable radio magemine s 1953 Chevrolet 210 4-door se.* y e ft FOR .SAL,- fee-l9ng
Other lamps. All excellent coas- dan, radio, seat coven, sky blue, cnauls 10 e., nl eM of
tion. Schwerdtmaun, Panama 3- clean car. I Ala lSa November. ACUARIO AolPI-
i 59SO. ---- _1953 Chevrel t150 2-dor so- Join In (eleraifig CAL PST P. 49 Vi eIar.
S FOR SALE:- R-uigerte Ht- M g dan, radio, sat cover, good Pheom 3.5411.'
paint, 9 cu. ft. 60-cyle. Can 4 paint, very good ri es, ml chani-
A l.ooek 6-4119. Excellent 1953 Plymouth Crnbreek Sport U Pl Day LR
condition, $125. Coupe, radio, heater, ast covers, lenyrt bwiamlasa tema Now
inew time, low mlleage.U8A-PAL DAY Arral an: Bar. restafrent and
FOR SALb.-&Nby bed. Mouse mo5 P Camso-re DAd ceabins "Rio Cristal." Ideal op-
0 1th Apt.X 1953 Plymouth Cambridge 4-4r. pertumity for retired Ampiaen
01, 10h I-A o. Apt, I m sedan. ele sn body, paint like Iftn commemoratln of the couple. Por urt fhoer infemarstlean
Phee 44.A, .l -now, mechanically good. fourth annual U -AL Day co- call Mr. Navarro, Panama Canoal
S1953 Dodge Ceorne Hard Top lebration, which is observed on Bar Panama 2.1347.
V. adio, m-matic rs Nov. 18, 0 members of the Ar- -
V NWPO o w/s/w tires, -mtone pa.it, con- my, Navy and Air Force station- FOR SAL --Gnet 10.11 me-
dit ioner.' ed in the Panama Canal Zone tar band mobile converter $20.
Fa uew ,,1953 Buick Super V-8 4-door will be gsts of the Panara Ro- Phone Albrnek 4232.
sedan, radio, w, w/s/w tay C t'their weekly nch-
tires, tu-tone paint, nylen covers. I onme n in the Vist ite upled by Fells Madur o
Room at the Hotel El Panama, s ie occupied by F oUx Madur
1954 Chevrolet 210 4cdoenr Thursday at 12:30 p oa Ceontroal Avenue # 2 1(7-25
dn fUradiol ove Mt ov tim like now' number). For Jinfrmtlion:
new. to tone paint, excellent The celebration of UQO-PAL Ap. # 10 (7-1, upstairs.
The new Pontiac modelsnow condition. y, who purpose. i to FOR SALE:-Four- ive Speed
on display at CIVA, S. A. 8 M T a ay he p1u9s lla on OR SALE-For v
oppletely new Hydra -atic sighalg back up l biwegehi m n ts, crueiti and
|#Aded Will .56 Oi -
t r ml Cle t l leather and le .t B aedocns l W l

omlo.n (Beside tCe. CeIPnt) who are manning the defense Tes hur
J Foremost among other me- el. 2.24, 2-496 Panam of pemocragy around the world. Thursd v Night
chanical improvements in the. n addition to the festivities .
Im Potiac are the bew OR SALE .,19 4 Ford C t opry planned in 240 UO centers in For SA Captain
Strato-8eak V-8 .engines Sedan. nSttinWeoo), 17,00 the United States and 17 In areas
bigger and sturdier than ever miles, FQo6teic, radio, $1400. abroad, US0 committees in Pan- A public farewell meeting for
and. upped inhorsepower to -227 Call Balo Zl0, s am&a, Naples, Rome, Athens, s- Salvation Army Sr. Capt. and
in the d an ea. I FOR SA '49Nsk Toeder tanbul, 'RTo and Paris are Mrs. M. McDonald, who on ac-
d r do ntl ending an international flavor ot of ll-health will shortly
The longer and lower l oo k mo od nm donvton rItoe bead, to the celebration with their b returning to Jmaia e will be
Lontac's newtI body _yles wom- I 1390 i $90 down., ;Sa1.s0 participation for the occasion, held at the Pacific Service Can-
b win t, b ca r comfort The -4s3 ow i Ats 15Mg ter an Thuirsday at 8 p.m.
a b car__W -$57t The UMP in now is Its 15tb
thq net eris Te rh 1w. year o f e th go s. chalman for the occasion wll
tones are picked upa v i the spiritual, social, welfare and edu- be B/Capt. Edward W. Hodson
luxurious interiors and u excite rO C ftain catlonal" needs of the members (Sectional Officer), who w be
new fabrics are colorful with of America's armed forces. .lsd by Mrs. Hodgson apd Q-
durability and cle blty. of the Panama and Can
Most IQp of. Uthe three 'i d the iaa d So -on.e Sehltlon.
seriehti Chlot hine con- it tia .the.gaoresl. by l
slats of the Cstom Catalina two M. Speakers will include Bid3ey
and four door "hardtops." four- All tour foreign minlsters were 4 t_ (British Consulate), E. G.
door sedan, d convertible, on agreed they should leave the of.. C. R. Taht, Chaplain
124-Inch wheelbase. way open for another conference act t t (Fort Kobbe), Rev. W. H
In PontiUc's middle-priced next year, but they differed on have ( 0 ech a ong, Major Edna Bingham
870 series with 122-inch wheel- hoy to go about this. The Unit. to be i who and other community represen-
base are the Catalina two and zd statespeoally wanted to will e on and the ave
06oonae Wesndya thtex
four-door "hardtops," a four- aseerdclear of any definite corn- p,.twt ^ .
door sedan, a two-door two- mitments as to ttme and place, h i l be provided by Mis
seat station wagon and a four- . .. S avage, Wesleyan Moth,-
a door three seat station wagon. With the end of the meeting Sovleft n eme PdegsIant len- Vd iuntor Chair, the Christ for
we M.: tguns J:^ Mustual
C ua the _:pr.ied f ersf wa this tore: homers ofr mutual o Group, well as The Sal-
8 coup" 'andrr -pae. .ure- ople's singingd ompa-
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a mWfuou ,UeariUUJ w aRug still Wani e paper pledges.
sians flatly refused ree elections
to unite the nation. L nst-Wat Contacts- The
& World Disanamment- The West butftd hard against the
: Iron Curtain and eame away
..., with sm, heads. MolotoVr sd
weetesm attempt, to lift the
hraoNn C ito the free flow of
Sinf was tritererence, t
Intend" .ne "affair
4.at New o ahi.bm.
to th. N s -,.Ths
Untidfl agreed in Dulles-
S J~Molott talks to admit 17 of 1I
proposed nations. Molotov re-
p lied that the 18th, Outer Mon-
n olla, muet came in, too, or
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Patricia Markun, Pen Women president, read off tne try' decisions at the exhibition whieh
opened Sunday at the Tvoll Guest House. The lucky ones are. left to right k
binski, lirnt In watercolor; Agnes "Pete" Johnson twb first awards in ol ig; M Ma-
kun: Beatrice Dricefio, first in oil portraiture; dcnor Edwards, first In prints; stebas Krikl,
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sb..'Deplorqble' By Two Solons o l d

O DOPaN v_.(U- Wr etdNov" 1o (UP) f STATON. Tenn., Nov 15 -
SMftrie Faey, .) WASIING''ON, Nov 15 (UP)- Kellog be re he testified before (UP-) r Tw Mariea PIB jet
;10mriaN'eG e 10=1Two Demotratic %tors aceus- the -h C.- Umb save Ke Illy,'s Couars collided In flight near
SreArry Berntrd If.aed the JustUee pasrtit of best oeeoIeqo, t telephone this small west "Rennamee town
a 39-yesa.old tele vilmak'n g so qiffqr to i teraltne coqytlPrp te had. with Dr. yesterday. killing the two pilots.
wIwho in Jaie wh ether an attempt had -been Alton Bryant, University of Mis.. .
rnhunr of murdering her -r made to intimidate a wites0 in- astsipp n t ut Kelog's The Navy at Mnithl Tenq.
a eagsa hnd shooting her. evolved in the zon-Yst# case. .ortpomts1am1=4. The Kel- reported. "aeratft,. wreckage"
log, Aso qu ytas stat- had oeen aithet az here.
recovered and ann].unc'd However Waien 0 1tna'y, III, Ain hpe db .card from Jack- some 0 miles from Memhgs.
tha~t deoit her wounds. "I an artant AttorpIe 9 to I in son (apatlep tlJackson, Miss.) shortly after the twO' planes
] ave very much." Shie got 0 charge of the department's orim. abopt tam fprtacemlg testimony, were reported alsainl on S .
ftvoe rm lavis early this nalt division, testified that oa the Bryant was quoted as saying that fl ght from Dallis ti Mephis.
"atr two years of commop basis of the biformatioa w b h teeimn- .y b es, ,questoning a offii aid the lanes
r.isM to him. the depahment received it w mas the pwtait i yo-. the propoofd .. pa, s adta nes
decided no lavestiaption w as aide the aon.ytes steam were ba-t Cherth ot, N.C.,
SDavis Ro. on trial Dec. 1 on "warranted. The saots, Qiney plant, -might e the university Marhe A sae .ftmpresumcaby
Er$t degree murder charges li said, did not indicate any viola- trom getting nqument for it were. hedued to return there
tbp alvinae of Joel Cohen. ,3. tion of a federal law. engine irag sbool ead a donation after making refueling stop at
last July 24, at Miss PInley'sB t.e _lorSo Is airport. Me.nmpl. :
-hoe. But Sen.,T.tes taover (D-
me Tenn.)1, termed the Justice De- lBryait, accoArugn to the memo, Commander Ro ger Wolfe,
"Out re-marryinq will be the partmet' failure to act "deplor- said he was not. calling K elo I Nvy public. tn omlftlon officer
te s rtJuItr o both of u sthe able." Kefauver ;s Ctainrm oa s oa -or~4u hj #attag etio5 at Memphis. said the planes
mid. "I kno it's goin 'to b senate Ant-opoly $ubcommit- o wn ud nt crse4 890 yas rt.He sild
at whhihe reIus pr M on but S whfh rear v es la- the bodies were oAd. the
Somehow I wiltlmake out."- tion of the conrver' W9. a hna I qo intnduc was the tr a r ag. w n n the
yates power icutret n rept*as t ,.n,t call between ,, -

ing fora traformer vault at the rtar of the CapitoRLbert It refud McDoweer should pay a penalty fWreckagewar pro. awt reda ayet mrvlle
to be dioded and stayedOrefauver told Olney: l"dto jus t hi ca a- .cstof. eu. over the place." Buqhanani'e s.
Sdar.lat .had.come ..---or Hisdiindnt Oh undertake to 1 S ot o otpo r.e L.nIn.th rata Brys' Pare the bovUy ies werex-
-INAE ,lA. Oo bIss oonStoup, foris Fat. The Mon Says whether there, w ts a- ,"fort,, that, r,. Te "e t w4o eit -t
r toged W ifash D.C., despite the dT-longprodd ver witness Intimidation)or 49t." z.fluacak1a'A e stimony. He rou r 4 and in were5.111
sn Joseph C. khareig es aidla b he declned
workmen, polled and.pasersby. The'coon s found holed up iA CHyd ICAGO, Nov. 15 (UP)--- Atj e. Joaeph CD-dome ,a un,- al dcaed uih whean. I g ot there."
the- rrow 15-l-deep formt that wereready for concrete pour- agricultural economist saysfarm-Wyo.) commented that "this g to said the que o er of the
Sng for aS transformer vault at-the rear of the Capitolit Srefudn should pay a penalty fProa- s bhed tatmin t t .ed e e on. a t as
So~fdar in.j.-u It had c in.*a ... e oge v He g Ohiona when ever7 agency In.- C ember s .t Mfveraie faculty. aid part o5f the bottles were
GUlawn Mvr. -a S_ omt t .ead orges of.a a hell- h ioo mvement was working b tor ay fountl scattered around the
ed acros. ister aawa al A t his cle- -Ytu Oley co ted etthath, in Kelog a ra
iage d Weati r u Dr i rin th e present hog marketing Te tolytheSCthat he had not The Navy said the
systemofe -Dr. Fred ick Hellou, deanaof.he hients envolaved t .lomn as a ro- ; ortod by radio at 35,000 feet
ofthe county Dr. Frderk Kog ,e ault of he t. g .rt. Her nd were ready or an instru-

AKill Ms.Ftn An r "FRANCIS IN THE NAVY"..... "
lP Sellngwheat and e o r n, the Unversit' of Mt i e nt. that the .der-t ment landing.
KiltWife FatherUncleAndSelf edforsaidfarmersarehigettingcommssiweerag Sphoo, before Ihlawpplies- to any effort at in-

Bwipph eie, lInfo 2 .a d"Tht's the last weheardof
n for poo r mersgr ades by nalbp. reie e & Iagse camission tomidivtion,
corpaidrlessti tpqll cembr, 154. se said. "We
AgranA trustydriverwo eat pail esssoamarketing sytem ..The Commission then$ wasc W-1114m, X. Timbers genera; them onradar."
Ge ot,-a ossTex. .bNov. gr1 d us*wl.Ande h t weu essderingtine aurag t counsel for the rS, aaId-the
sO e as wenin'S . *Txii.mna .Te submit the

. tUP.)-A tru driver. whoin tu t"slutthue lla e. Seeg Congetang edircio f,. ...css
up his pregnant wife but was ro hlt0lTsy w.sh red ee--d ers-nt s.a dfor- Te o t o -of' esD Dion-ar mt
lise' hoalnpnitthecleprepseoiesvsaren'tHamn.gtteptwtsJstieiDsatmetCOOKS:
rhirtWIN& AMyt1 wtglpohr whatert wt saidrert aooteression 41onnot
withA'helbloodlernsonsiturtuperuveo but
40IsIewpeCted $oh aitbt.Cjl
w42. am-- rYw -was lenme saoi
'4.. 1. Y w S th r His 67th B$t y President EisenboweTj sinc.q baag r ousungg,".de .rtmeni ,
Jr.,tal.E 'N~ordered the conrtrat ~auaeiled. the data submitted byethe SEC! 'i"AsveN6 ,
la .n: i 140-w-,a is cr..uThd Hr.Iss o.g it. recor placmmittee p,ia old in pointing toward "a arise by any- was.,glvAmen-
lwh heb. -..4 .06strdof& to 2 Its record almemo prepared by me,"
ed acrossM: g minister J'awthl~ebru C ee- -
"rv TI Mrs.anBryta.nsarte irunbningntherateos this bthdyesterday.
cation's16 off windoW. and r. way t6ug1C aws hersuednladUih ways reiECK. FOLaH Nah-T
capped. ., s&;bia e ri.n.*- .'7e7toewim h happy CLEAR THE DECKS. FOR LAUGHTER!
A: V Ioverhe t,.hor, b-Z "FRANCIS IN THE NAVY"
,. 't"pave a C ce, s s "
prey"au:t a m-i-Nai an. w at rettking Relea1se Thursdao at the 'LUX" Th..tre
sB 62 dhaertet,, WbaAnd1ewX a-u -edru. a to u-NThhn
La. Afw. smoo ung te three .ou4 the oanpa a40i/fl.= ,,- c Chu-
trigge &-son 't=940..he.U.e.I.
She MLh~Zbi t t4Argentine__ o* wiII
to stay with, .,prests in ou b t o h SeenC iRE Sfrh-groundSPIS
ton Tex., ar fad n charged him It blewand ebackrofuhishead.-
with assault wit* ntjent to mur- th gadfbacers, headed WASWGTON, No. 15 (-UP)-#
der be was out of jai. on$50'o ri ndjulors, WhohadbeenWASHINGTONrecThe.State-DepartSSentp.eiAdi#ex-U ET
badi and 'the grand Jury coaher- discussing the' cs PreturatorY poets $rgentinas new government
ed his case today. tdciding ter to return an o continue recent good relations
The victims came up f r onisdictmfnt,heara -the shots and wito the united Stato.
Houstun ao testifiedJWore tid adjgaedto ,t the garage. pi
the bloodless coup in Agentina a
"strictly IWternal affair.' He said

WAUIE K OR I C .IN all new and twilsa-r funny... al'
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TE RECORD p b OP: The UMRo. i fd E to fod it- on nSer o- fthe Wyv A'e N
is are dippfig into the realm --- rema om No1th S
1 I -nlvers tern atio nO l b rue t o e arly
r iop-busget mical. A nd field, cleared some ground e
MGM is exalted about'Bett y Ira Ciaffey's plantatlms at
'Madigan, one of the lokelier of son Station Ga. Into the
the current crop of pal vocalists. erected atck ae w or
Dore Schary, MGM s big b o adtons of thousands of ca AX1~u
conferred wit' her at egth ion soldier guarded by h be iaa
New York and pormised to look fit fo ed bet duty o e
,for a good script for her film deb. mental o r peteneu t. I exthat
ut. leal d!lAa t and ie" obeo t...l *ei
'.' .We may be i for another se Reynolds Some 14, died before an a l,
iegeof t going children. King' Sherman'. troo appeared As have
Becord h 4s I 1 sged a s g, than a year later.. ver own
year-old, Joe Ward, ad t-for Eddle Flsher-Joe is stationed Not all were victinis of i deist .-. r
signed him to a tune called in the control booth, checking the tegrating government, or icom c
want for Christ is no mre kid eo u -no one knows how many-aled at for yGea n
s .at or hrist oAer-lthis enough to-keep an the hands eo their p beson cill"
leas. h saxo- -ophouist happy, cote.nte as Andersonvil e became a.n' c me eihdie
1 e handy because "you never and,. tiren. Joe is ,allao that. flowing cauldron. !ae*.0124h Paent
can tell. He means you ne v e r He al outshopping for a Kantor has researched letters, woul even
can tell how long things will keep ho ; it will be the first perms. manuscripts, survivors' remem- worse e t age
going good. At 31, Reisman is one nt home he's ever Owned, bered tales, contemporary news-is m ears
of RCA'a leading musical direct- -d paper accounts and official mtd first.
or--he assists top man Joe. Carl- Thetwo tp records of t-he to authenticate his aio. a" emst i n yo -d
'.'iAfLWA8 FIoO o. _' hhe arranges, he co ducts he Now soag, "The Tender Tramp,' It is not a pleasant bknor a seems tb er oag and Y
supervises recording eusioas, he e by Frank 8atra quick -reiin one. t is a rb for the old. The hard-wor tax- it aIsmt. Ar e b
ILrbeol..nTtoo e'rd-outftr soyDebbie Reynolds ing, viole o frad goia p'which
ha e rby Modeei h e Hamani name, like his current a b un, MM. Odd tng is that the -eved bY nostalgic remembrances is respomuim othheold and
e ends the middleweit championship against u "Walt Disney Song Carousel," lIe Js from the movie of the of "home" before the wr.-al- l epi the young the forgoten group.
inson h Chic Stadium Nov.. "-.- doesn't play the sax any plore. ease title, n, which Fr a k sodes 6f the genuine goodness of Ifwe are go to a dd any years
SteOse Debble how to sing theft man, be he frleudcor hife, nde to ourtlhanl res aponsibility to
TV TOPPERS imber unbcarabe condition the young, least J ,let's get our
TERP SHRINE R 'oett- g tO'bet ol d stuff to W. CoffmanI sl a char- Sure as we live. we're going to
ReEMoneyACB THERB S) RINE "Twohyr o 4. new record on TV, acter Ho Atlo Alger. Jr., might need thl pm I
tTODAY at the "CENThere's a new t ,wist. Cone have blUshedl to inv ntGe--niM eri -_"
Tenot really fixing the streets In'Franuis'.new MGM release, "My can orphan who rose frd O.bo
WITH THE SPLENDORS OF THE WORLD'S New York they're just mov- Trelisure, as slated for a week- to a position of prominenpa'in the,
W H H S ENonSNO TT-sR"Modneha roundsthemo.g l o.BCT's."Mo worlds of business and sports by To "es ad l.
MOST FABULOUS CITY! torista cant memorize them. R miness" a daytime erial. his own efforts, without even mar- mo.e
S U M M E R T I M E trying the boss's daughter. b. .'. announces t teach.
......E.. ,T- N Relsman Is a Texam who. 'hm.PICS: Georgla GI b The only thing that makes.Coff- DURRA.N, .hAfrica. No meant with' the ) C'm-
tiught himself to play "Me say ~ er rhythm-and-blue hit man even remotely credible Ip the A] (a) -- l, i Mi. Alibrey orkea' of airic
and went on the road &t the a "# ours a Day' (Mercury). fact that he exists. American in GoodwlB.-and I-Mr madN Mts. Bolibb a new contract .overing. 23.-
Sfairly tender age of 16,, playing r: "Mack the Knife (Turk THE ROUGH (Simon & Schuster) W .addtheiweddig
wtih Herb Miller's hand. Herb' lL Colwunbia): "GorowI is his own story of a life that has i tol(CobploedbyPublishers'Weekly)'t ied par- s er
was thbMiller's b heut l s Hawkinp, Ep i e), been remarkalby- adventurous ICION ,ty this w ase it would
never got too, far "Pretty You Wnat to Make Me. Ha? without any self-conscious effort haveA beelfaea to fly in thos Joh C. Marsh, asid t ae v.te
square," Joe says. For eight.GM)I "Ii a on his part MARJOR MORNINGSTAR
years, Relman played ne. Almos Tonorrow" (Jo Sta .As, He to o th road .o 17, after Herman Wouk As revealed today, their lives vides increases of $2.50 in inaxi.
fighters. Then he began anoth- Columbia); "Early TI me" thet de of his parents bad dis- AUNTIE MAME.-Patrick Dennis were strangely interwined, though mum weekly rates for long. dis-
er eigt-year ceer, a Pai (Do e Brow, MGM) "I ad is childhood home in Vr- THE MAN IN THE GRAY FLAN. none was related to the other. 'tance perutors in 41 states nd
Page's arranger and conuctor. to Lose You to Love You" (Eles ginia. r an interhlude as a Bow- NEL UIT SlO Wilson Abrey and Boby met when the Distrt of Columbid in.
.A year ago he came to RCA. Rodgers, Columbial: "My Heart cry bum, hd worked his way across SOMETHING OF VALUE Rob- they joined the same regiment on ereaaes of $.50 to $.10 wekly
And he's almost happy. Jumps" (The Songsters, Xercu- the country to San Francisco, ert Rurk the same d. Both served to- plaint mainteanc workers.
----- "I like every phase of a mnsi rys where h was shanshaled aboard BAND OF ANGELS Robert gathe through the Wsar and ao- Te mainteaes will br lwolds-
For the past century, the famous pigeons of the Plau dal directors ob, Reisman says. an English selling vessel. Penn Warren ghome on the same air trandrt. tamice oyertors bt w York to
t. Mar. In Venice, hate been fed to certain spot at the "The only thi g is there's too, Decca has a wonderful series That first involuntar voyage BONJOUR TRISTESSE Fran They met a local hotel atear taziu salary t.50 weekY
a corner of the square.d hundred-year tradi- much of everything and that gets of albums, featuring music of dif- turned lhin for a time to the sea and found bo hat a r r dy and mamtenaul Workers to
was flfel 1 recently for the first time whti Wi fhu6 to be drudgery. ferent locales. These are called as a career. In eight years, during THE LO ER'GIRLS.L$ lemence gives named Madge. Each Madge $114. Rates in bottles vary,
agle was mre durable. oe dirtb had Going from start to finish, a "Holiday In Rio." for instance, which he rose from ordinary sea- Dine ha a brideald named Mas iMarsh said.
M a ewas e dtheirale The director was musical director must: and there's an album for Havana. man to second mate, he beat his NON-FICION Both hanermoOOnd,. at different
t 1. Listen to new songs brought Italy, South America, Vienna, the way around the Horn three times GIFT FROM .THE SEA t. Anne times, n fio atdi f hotel r
-in by pub sh ;.;writers. West Indies, Hawaii, P a r s and andaroilnd t o wor 4 once *Sap- Morrow hdbergh
br Find-u t for, the the Al .This last to pa rUTTOWEI" lW 0. 11 t' N AJ BsNU mid. *FG.ITImI A:
P10- 174"*Joe ly fasclting,Okince 'themttlIs first shore ln k 'Nardp "-' WMrw VII Ie nana
calls his pa t charges (Per- less well known. laborer, he has advin"d o
Come, Sunny IGale, rd Ste- positions as a bathhouse manager, HOW TOLV 59 c for whil
_ _So_ __ _ __ _) his "clients.' Good classical piano realeases- salesman and sales executive to* --Jon A. ,indlep -tI'heney lost sagaintoefr that ileah
Write the arrangement. Geza Anda (Angel' plays Beq- his present pIst as a special repre;- THE FAMILY OF hAN thenca met again to lean at ach
J la4esman can't write in a noisy thoven's Piano Concerto No. 1 In sentative of the officers of the ward teihen had became e a e a
VI mosphere, so be'does this part C-Major and Moonlight. Sonata; Underwood corporation. A RAN CALLED PETER Cath- augliter named Marbar. B
his job at home, nights and Laboshutz and Nemenoff (Cam- long the way, and largely wnth- erine Marhsall Aubrey bought a house at, ir-
ehearnse the band. This, he den) have another two-piano re- out compensation, he has achieved WHY JOHNY CANT READ Ru ginia state. WI tn a few
Isi, ls the *art be likes best. cital: Menahem Presaler (M G MI an enviable record as a sports pro. dolf Flesch Ruonth Msoony 5rrivea as neisg-
3. Conduct during the record- plays Tehaikovsky's Album for mother. boer.
Ing session. the Young; Columbia has .-Issued His book is an unusually inter- conscience and the evolutionn Ar
6. When another musical direc- 'a recording of Josef Hoftmnn's eating account of an exceptional his problems involves a midnight Armed Seri es
tor is conducting or neofhis 1937 G o I d e n Jubilee Concert; and nspir:ng life. Coffman's royal- is d the battlanents
"clients-say for example, when Horowitz (RTA I. s a lovely) ral- tiq will go to the cause to whibc _e hand-t-he Ta Talk T.urk "
Hugo Wintrlalter is conducting lowsky Redi. he has devoted much of his l'; gardTO Mn M
11iaiding crippled children. .m e WASHINGTON, Nov. 5 -
I 110ASHINGTON- Nov. 25 -(UR1 -
Nicholas Monsarrat, vers t .~ akes.. e nation's servideme and their
author of The Cruel Sea ma O-commander-in.-chlet will h. 'Iav.e
Shi hand in Catle Ga r# aATplamy of turkey om. Thanksgiv-

w rnM and a distressed G e w ,.Teas"gi .- .
Monstrrat's hero is Tom Waas apd New.rsy.
.Koqea veteran trying to establish d Vice PresideaRichard M.
hiitelf as a novelist, who was Nida accepted a .peetd bblo
his uppers in Nice when he ran ationand the Pultay anl Egg Na-
i nto silky, sinister Paul Ehren- tional oard
hard and his exotic, eagerly-avail- doal .ardw. _m .
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thas his employers were rn.
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M 3o l. eelb ? rem, In The bO
Th0 American Legion Auxillahy, M thme cACAhEl,
Ul t No. S wal holu too ireguiar i an1 b ar d k are la
3tdI ting tomorrow at 7:30 eag ml e o r theZ onngs, 1 VInch dcametCo
A mofm oMrC. Q. An mer, holiday, and their hou tno., wleh
QFIl N o. lO-A, Gulick. St. L ard fankl of through to the to ilde,
Pat b NCO W brook ir ljre Bae, who re number of sm aller
The Forto lhNCO W I ve c" oon ert w presented at D- Inches wid r .
Club is l oldlg i monthly Sodu ial he MW Conte wll srn
at ta ort Koboe NCO Caub. n.m- Admission s *. for students,
gP and Other game will be play50 cents. There i ,charge for 1 A

e I charge for e amt sioolan Ma n I
te tre being I'S rs, uwu

or Siat.es OfIt ocaDs
Mrs. Ifigenia 'S. de Typald i
of tanema, and her daughter
a.Mrs. Polly Michaells of Balboa, i U da
Shose house-guest she has been
for the past several weeks, saIeed Mrs. Mary Hoten, a longtime
Thursday aboard the 8S Tames- G enadian resident of La Boca,
I for Los Angeles.y o dthi mn n g h o Ha e e
I Thergeu te wlllb woie Mrlu. Te did t ed thimornin norla Ho ji- IM BT sl
dos and Gregory, Mrs. Michaelis' plgl after taking l yetesrdayIWON
s on both of whom have been in afternoon.
the Etes for the past f Ive
months. funeral services have been ar-
Mrs. Michaelis and Gregory are ranged for noon Thursday at St
to return to the Isthmus about Peter's Church, La Boca, and
Jan. 1.burial for I1 o'clock at the Corozal
---- Cemeter. The VAf
GOi To Be Guests
SAt otary luncheon The 70-year-old Mrs. Hosten Is MANY TRAVEL THO
IAN &A BM ON WAT Ko s= Mrs. Walker models a Cell ChapM A n oria l4 cootall dresa r is P iv *- b AO ACQUA1ITED" PRICE
.... ecoc"ta6l dress Fifty enlisted, men from the U. survived by her hbuobfd, Arnold
i.m n S. Armed Services on the Pacific and her daughters, Mrs. Grace AC I TE
at a fashion show iven the-kbbe Zone Distaff orgaiation last week. S.me00 w oen Side of the Isthmus will be guests Roberts, Mrs. Gertrude Edghll
attended the Distaff function, wAi las given In honor of Mrs. Robert E. Coffey, wife of the of tne Panama Rotary Chib at its and Mrs. Carmen Simons. (Week--end Plan is
33rd Inlntry regimental commander gad Kobbe Zone Didaster Control commander regular weekly lu ona but we cor
(U.S. Army photo)weekly
B. .- .. "day, 1955. Following its annual to noyo cur manyl
cust, the club has Invited the seta day before or
S CAYN, es, FF C B Peter un Victor Garcia, Tto tmen of the armed services to
iCeO te, A.lfrd, Ca hn er,,ve- guest., eachonewill. be the per- O
r ardo Urriola ., John, Tomad snal oan Idijvidual M 1- pr
The Fort C as e a i h (b. gave a te at the Earl Herchenroder, Roger Du f f, tarian, and a letter will be sent
Fort C layton ffrs Club, re. a honor of Mrs. P. 8. Wayne Popham, SaI Morello, to his home showing that he ROOM with Lprivte
Pecat twie of Colonel L. Saee t uComander. of Fort George Ru, Nino Qunlter, Ra. attended the. Rotary Club /inPa
Clayton. s. Pec and Mrs. John Dooly, president of the fael Chang, Victor Chat and Al- nama. There will be a proam Comp ilm"ry I P
tlub, received Jwthe g nests. fonsM Escobal. of music byrr PFaCo Tre Ia I DIN N
de Mr.che h ingeooof Fort Clayton. The lunch-r and N DANC
The hotesses who. arranged for oa- witss's MrPapua au, n will be i"et the *d Panama oU r by candles H
the tea were Mesd adres J. B. Mrs. Btandtatettir Entertalass JWa Rtasiad l e Pnm o-, ats 12:5l p.m. b --to
Phelps. The tea table was center o- The Quartermaster Wives' Club witz -- represented in a piano SUDAY BRUNCH
ed with a silver bowl holding an held Its monthly last week meet- recital at the USO-JWB Armed mink of Lee. -A
attractive floral arrangement of ing with a coffee. At Fort Clay- Forces Service Center, S u n d a y
Orchi4s and Yellow Rzoria, flank- ton Officers' Club. Mrs. Charles Nov. 20, at 4:00 p.m. USE of El Panama's
oe on each side with silver can- S. Mc Gowam and Mrs. F r a n k e Pinmg-peons, shuff
delabras holding yellow tapers. Mangano, the hostesses, served Appearing an the program are
Throughout the club were floral from a beautifully appointed ta- the Misses Miriam Sibauste, Em.hen you are invited to a YOU CAN BRING t6 CH
cciowas presented a or- r M ss Cra sm ericopartyhdon't ask your hostess who accommodated free in
S Presiding at the tea service: at bro.k .ir -Force- Base librarian, wants to mention some or all of
dItrent intervals uIn the aft- wa special guest, and enter- pa Le re the other guests, she will. But NO ROUGHING IT
n were ames ta d the members through- Chriti Uvig FIRONORS SAINT-This new some hostesses like an element
., .. Ndr wl, W. out the coffee, with brief suam' The final lecture In. the "Chris- Italan stamp honors St. Fran- of surprise in their parties. They
i ir,. Sievers G. B. as Ma some e currentti4n Living" eri at thebaoa ci, finder of the Monastic Or- like to keep all-their'plans to
Powell, R. W. Cox, K. G. Kinsel a books.' .YCUSO wi in dt o n. Dic themselves thethe evening of This Is part of Pano
and E. F. Krueger. As a thken'ofa precaution for day at 1:30 t sans the paryrol
71 theb.. G. ...dofSt.Francit.stwhyt ry to pin the adow by the hotel association.

Fowl Fee resentat h, E. W. Sam Winsatlebhureiam, Moa tio This r D ef n lks by pro
SGrab hormleyanu N Ash I G.ekeNed Ash, Robert Com In, ies d O s locallergyIs the third Re-

ohl B -cGi, J O'Rorke, E. F. Kru.eger. R. K..-.Willhite, J. I Te Edues..on..eres conduct-
R. P. LRobrtyMt, J. W Suser, A. Van o W. E. Br w o kmaklbtor y the Balboa MCA io theurn o .. i
I Stra burger T. 'iando, "Mehomas Ryan, James were Mil-pat year, als oare ha oint '
ltasimm tno. I. Mrsdames Wil lard Seymour,a

J. H. VaE. French mst,.. R W Sm WtsagiBau, Horat noinational.

.1. B., shburn R. H. Wells, S. Man o, Charles S, Me Gowain The public is invited to attend
Weinsbelbaum, L. A. White, and and 'Denns Mashburn.
W. Williams. N a e
American Society Celebrute Birthday
-onor Ambaussador A birthday party was held at
he Amprican Society will hold 'the sdence of Mr. and Mrs.
an W lruiki Buffetr Supper. and Frank F..Lower in honor of theirIif
Dance on.h mi of Nov. -5, auihtr Miss orma F. L ow:
at 7:30, at the Panama Golf 'lub, last Saturday. The following I
in honor of the new Un rd guests were present: ,Mr. an I
States Aipbassador to Panama, r s Everardo Urri olan, Mr. and
the Honorable Joseph HarringtIm- Mrs. Henry Simons Q., Mr. and
and Mrs. Harrington. Mrs. Fernando Tom, Mr. a n d .
Thi .,wl be the first opportuni- Ms. Brandon Eisenmain, Mrs. -
ty for the EnAbassador and Mrs. Smith,. Mrs. Maria Lee, Mrs. o-Sri
Harrington to meet many of the na Ffr ,iera, t.hle Misses Gloria
members,and wives of the Soele. Vag, Marva Henson, A r.rora.
ty. lm-a.Judy Ramirez, Judmy 7G del
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y Dick Deh- dh radade, Robe' s
nham, 0 t to Yehito Llorth, Colombine Hrris,
le oam, Glion Lucho Beita, .Anselmo A d a m ,
in Panami, .---- i- ,
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In Model A Ford

hleNd At lSO-JWA
From Panama to Alaska in a
Model A wll be the topic
ifTl illustratedd Mta by B. 0.
Cordon, Fire Chief of Margantla,
morrow at 8 p.m. at the U80-
rWB Armed Forces Service Can
In a reconditioned Model A
Ford. Mr. and Mrs.Opdon tart-
d their exoltin- gxrmce with
Short boat trip anma
o Puntsa Arelags li Costa Ricas
rch tranaggtesd their r r to
heir point of departure. (

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From here, the continued by
road Vuugt Oea Reas, mem-
ragoaa, ouraa, Guatemala,
"Mmnts and oa to 4la'k via the
Alcan Highway. They then drove
wem country to Wew Tor. Mr.
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m IULfeb If and retmmaed
July 15l-..

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Crthbal Rotary Club ly of th O l the t
S ash d flee. A total of 204y paid c.e ation o ie s
t n oM, whose aved to see the six ams s dy. th.eln light to e fhrer
a" o l B he is The ba 12 amn s a d A o Br. d t leagu fe organizer f .
aglM of Ne br a r- tat of on6 U U1eS f accepting franchises. (C Porer
dayEW. YOh eve W- sand-117 spectat) 0 the .M onr oan
Minsa so C e a gree to b .eht games n leatuerecord RBotar sonts enga ged aor

oa 's to r Hawaink api n t n make a o attends e rees- B es. f ang wat
*F. ll m' oyd N b k are 1m b and t-e lChic D ax ovil pas ing, father- e ,bu.t b. b a .a t e sP C G |
S, o Seven competi- league withe sBx i vm e thid g ths best from the kid tin f ollop Rou, time 1.
ei o TIeon erellthe nationurer a12 l en i oe n aA o- th eotrh a d, b'" 't. 9 l, ta,

th contgre s ow ton mauaBryow b oehn Cleveland bfthep l ae Raora yhs Club d w on- fogv r0een b----eld pot Bhe way pBo |hr
a si e en I h seasur- tal of s on e-relo^da a e vr T bito ng branch i es. t e h. d t l B e t e. U n. |

Hastig as-ol tio ae hTou r-eage orgavim fo"_ ver at h e oa ro wt usa o 0 .h ". e t J ck, a. T0 |s
dNe netile u a atI gfte an a ;ar m el Brown, organizerfo r sM

eI .oemiThct -return g r and Bittsbrgh Santa Cruz ports Raoh Stayte eaVs Hope ongassa a v.w *WIV .0111 ."i. Oa ea l.Tro |
I ge s lt Peetio r e fvrmotero Coach i eg Ray on u tihe nhe tact far a a so ul 1t9o gltpooint te y t a, tn
.kis Nebraska n Ah& lo Tle x seW odeaighe has become a hero IneL a s r

toi le mosall i n the peni tions vker n atte ad ee gee- stes.i t it plr sear e si ng to wus t IK TLotee e' i 4 alra.
e."KamW t r f minHor 0po t rd almosre wurt c erstain. L os A Brown conduct his n straight ft- o Ken e t o nute b he
W 1 h ems, ad bsre pl are lesd a h r and the Chiel ag es m abe jovial, pleasing, father o r-elxat wo a w h n t ad but, t the r tac- se 0IS 2T W et c IS Chr-
I aB h Bit Seven ompti- league with Ba.Iag-Imly eg to e the beat from the kid&t t l f trat s T o mt

i ron. The Sonram will &oly i Green aou ly oanh Pu l ntd e Ro th ota ryh luboe trtt b itr n emel te Vuto r s pass rFn l- I Cbpol. BaItn a e Wtit 1 S weathe sf
the Orange ewl on Js nu 0 a e a -w nd.Clovela nd b11oe ao 3Povard ade nt e felu 1aof 2.Wl. r a ch, ft4 P-- ,

eetl n eso ate t hee M iso u h usten af t t sin a! 2 o r aW le hvery th beet n aeet m wmeree Tommty tn th Olhe in o e stc Bt P acl e l r h
oasg s e dl ad e Nebraskao t Ctoall egMoe ma and SEayd H We fhMagld r e. hiot about l U toss four-league oee Mt t 4n ontdie t ald t
llcentred on the major bowl Coach Ge l to nHal cof the r or fhl hIwarnd opomn"t ba d i to thet lpB.la n. waWey tgho- t I al. boarin
SantFa )rsouBrortsa eve Iar )reamtaes uhrughwith Ih Manl cl amodbn
games, s BlTors of minorpost Bears pra ises quaa andnad.m f eto.t gr z Iaonut fhi sNU rtnc m ig dU ane e Uev- o rt Msot enu e stld a Id0, .thaolot-Ns e, adl e ePt, fM h

season affsus are busy bning up Blanda for playing a key role inrnotam ogbalaetrrierfs7innd pt.ati cagon i. sI t 5 fime, theda Eb W T om
gae ler 3rd an atnErac eleo Spings Co ach idnC iliumanso t hetlam s-r presse ,' box# 0 ale ra, t.E, 2-0a ckre usedr3S, 3 -0.4
teams. Defending champ n- that 4-3we c' rLosuAntel c eaneve-adr 91 rd t a I alaes. f ns e n ve- an
H a s J un i r lNe b r gk a C o ll e e twi ll S a y s H a s .- -"W e ch a ngt u o u r n u n. s d t n g a-.A- m r aevM-enu e D I NA te c effo r d b ? a W egt 1 4, A m be rk fis h er .

S meet unfbeten-Untied issor l style after taking b t 24-nothli tng L9 a5bri oII O, w t f th si o Wued t0 2 4 w o man t n b
V bey of M Iha issourl in the Miner- lead. 3- W e played to cont-l t e y a es.eB Sh a ta Crzaojda th hi V r5e frt oickna he r,, t am.e, 5 f h erman, lo r ai Ciaeraa.,

alsABol on Thirksd in. T he ball and lands We d a ftng ob." oan sta ruz r Oa e ro rae n, on In stah o aSr so t BUsd t boa4 :24 CA
tlme sat I Eeor TSpOlRTngs, Coach Srnd ie man ofro the tams 1o lt-a s 1Pl Ca orngln Cof k otewes m dte eon d tofthse s th, o n, s is cau ol an

m pB ro football thNational gsdn d our Noay .3 hC wa hstforhidPula, adiel.UntedPrssSports Wie ro Tenrn te l co ver Cr o-n taxe s sti ll loas n 1gh Tol M e 1 .. lr.
GMlf uor. M i sa Angeli, Tex- says-t tWe couldn't cash tery o tehassiyedrwLTaoo cI tenS WEEw i tc, k ichna, ypaal tail a ilrhUa s0ba fhr

S dor Colle o agreed to ball. That's what hurt Ue" nL a Cary students rentg teod Rris 2-Or Bob e veerr s ce h.CaU. -t-at
LaBoa -tdetsena ged Sa ,fo d4, AmAerbrck, fisher.ftt I

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ofeHamnpr obNorman a oCandidate O el awon 0he'Su WionolTlo Rock time 5inn location, Caler, time, 1
Foaohead, M' e bppy a in the -17leyball Teer oe s osa t eam t fo tdal games. StaCrzw sn o of ar lad, C he f t t kind to h Weight 2 waoo, fisherman, w e tn, fsera

ne iath e r dot ten' at 00ie t.roubleb en four-yearUvetePra batildofStae, tou widsthe thorzna capa-e0lane w ek.ckle used 6-0, 24 thread wind,, lg Oh cs t a miese
|. 'for rm sphot f d pre banam e have --- bee n a- eleed with h faidn al campaign ble ef ts.- te hde Puerto seorieds 3 -aa
C oW e1 Third6 e heypla9na- go wnere pressing her l ad wth a match in straight or knowledge conducted by th eliht C0. wa lin er

O" ieuto, ~u e e la inrren Palbera oe1 f h o m. sAl- mri cba tea wh- ihaled V e oreb oute l6- 13.U Lla DUel wthn- tal, lo.atin, Osl *t ackl we4s- IS0, z ar hcrehak boat .on
'' J M T i s IN thire lo forw ard to thee game o f lrd one of theh oowpPtading pf Notr e amT ttlih s acd W eh laoifberet4 be n Co-l.J, -se 8 boa.
S. will e p hard in e1 arlier games but ror 15-13 and 15-6. The girls won o e tte wOaR I t ) ol n cti t.- m
Wi thix ulan hvn su roes uadplays Santao Crus o t D chwOancn mat he horGeorg oe Welshof J tav ad Bobr hFeatherweight B abbyCourtchR. W igwfan W eitV, I clan, fis her
Gulfport, Msispp.ae e ta a eanst the Browns everythirsng as ea tensily defeat enng r o La Boca, n nele ST F SNIDtor ieR with his quick eks In ai, typical il abler tht.

-ThS-1 an d .a fo a tIs e eti npte a omies in th e oired anotheu r of h extra spe the better-Nown: players w ho lmast night .ach ie ante acke uted-2 th rt, ba a- Ja hta e u, 6-0hera, 1trer
t ,rob h T, e won N *W- = Wf Olry lan ho. po'nds. '"w s t a" tha n t hro oii j ell'1 4*^/dR" boa t Sei p at r, ta9
ei h t a eperformancs r agis toa h ado goo days televisi oe a o Nih las Rock, ti e I t5 musiel oc ao alerae Is.,

a i -t t. If yo anre n o vy day asone of the r Int ou o his passing roa-nCow.a3 Burkl. a rTtaR boat Pesado DateHT 11-13-55 w sWualls,
Sp obll etheneateonal broke oour way." Coach Paul and 15-11. U united Presa SportsW ter Tennessea e-type Nortestern yIn Masi sa t tnlloc dlng. r
Vto to-hav e a Brown of level nd repliesn- stueon le-1 aNnt tRan. a yflt ei is mh e L b o CAU O

A PTANO C i l Colberat mtrrlt Cnh fch on sistetl, the eadli esever stola cky led B errie S flt-dJve ra. Pu, acre Ptsher
taa b c In heetIn Paralsont. buetswnlt. tian Jn Mj oT n 0a boda Ifid go a n bout wi th e en C+ Hat.TNvlloot Old Ma ntakl
season at the box of- 'T hey justbefa t us but our bow City where t they too wna bwYsd opoRK B oAllb- America Tommy MeadG a. -P o. rth a -, latio _a used, 9- l oat

ba esd t eeh t ndnvolleyball. s The boys won eatig lfootba ll in memo: mon and ad Vereo n nv d aWelhtRa. ho, feh t f eS Wm an, n Josi rlae, ti. Slas
|- IWonei sthero dom er5 I-3 and 15c kp. The girlslhad t awrd ow IL0nard s ithl l t lthe Cu T hdaert Bom pob fhmanthe. topot Ri' y hbcatmIe ig 11, a1,lened.0 hr
a T.. f-. te ttba trouble, but eventually g a ici four-year vearan at hlltio State, through with th eir thal capl, -Bil Adamsw ,boat. tWo We ih 1 s m
e ohut, 15-1, 12-15 and 15r. 3 uclositbng out his -final campaign ble efforts. Dobald scored tael used -, Pense o-,C4. t od, I a- ti a o s

ieeTt. hta sted o Santa Cruz travels at e aRIn o h lnea yerbg iwieagIow State, Pmonceih ts Ov-n zfwals apspedA m efi s I ,w *. a rg -
whl o em Cir tyonWedn eothestamn W 0 h c asf een T .Ee aesbot

in y n e nehad Novr. 16while ths pe No cnl dateu c owrthe in 1955 going 1 yards with aaeserdy, 2-
fled toB f^ o Paraiso faces the a .Bocateam. V il-me r ic t eamu h aen e S ronua ed of lwcetoi T br t
S PAUL ON on ge lAT S=- However, the stu. de ntsd areom ook. hvictoryoertheHwkeyeso. v. Grugharm ie Bowg i e to thre ufianlno ls l. otiru lTop.ciz t me.
in r dMI aTINeHON i ldETCHe in forward toVthe g a ine a frath og The oppr.y wblye Cshiarleny un. gttreeme.,eene44ee J tm. ohrWlte
.......... it h is prsen dit- l esdea tNov.23,v woen ernbeh5st-M, withanmexcel- Lenny Moore 'obt-Per m-State. h w leYhO M, ,,_Nov...e af..r)s- Trollopra Roc, 4.e -1 5-M1, e rl.

wAselesschance to mie, ther honor George W Celsh -, Navy, and Bob Pe. iht Boboby, wao, tme Weight 6, Dp un, fisherm-
Dn b4 ih o Dva g m. lte, 25yr tan r t uc ns rne'lAn Vtcory over Mit guel Bet r aio mC. -Brtton, boat, Pes ~l lcio bo t ld
Berros'12 Joneslfi snish.d R d0thatngym-seru-H dyoNca on 3' ad i

l-210 k totand .-m .r w SO dpen tSc o ne 25amdoPa wardsai g ah Yl e.dg r Gran fara N obrk 2, 044t'e Ma eiticl 39tihdr,
ta' e t corkedeanotherofi isextra an e-thebetterknwn players 'wh o nh d nan hser tackle se -0, 4t hries, leasd ,am t t e
CneIaftenhih te so t clal e performanceseagainst Iowa hte Dela casle th c s e g v n. 'lerIed

COMINGxJagugar BowmenStANDGS merInNflashes.lRecalt agre t B edkr
s e. mIs.s to be a tin bo t ,r Saturday and wh named Mon- Len Dawson oPurdue added Arnaon Dec. 1 Welht I oh, wa o eran ..
lcom e iftotathesteshSummit*very good. If You are not vea dayasoneofthebigfourinthemorelustrethspa ngr .. _. ol.J Burklrt. bo at Pei e I. ar

p r u e p tse ld .dvWe or hmbusYtat we3:00 p.m.ron tayNovember ,United Press backfield-of-theord andthrewg thfree.s aorna- sesd ma-0,whdale se io thr,
ed out in a ths a. ,ddal e otwhinle.-Howell..uTubre, s of. Auburn, a wasao.t" 10-ev d dmone. 40isn. -
t ir lIo tt JW havebo 2bes.slee 15-10iKhben 2he 1McHle l respe d i Saywere- ree nt-oinhgeIn'hteadeines .verOstockyn:B i emo
fled an. t efo.2 ysb ato R t Mble,,eelel o .tt brealf bgoodJi 0 2 mm iScwnink of Texas Chr. one testee ntiav, hi l one toidown Ritl atl t.N iutkiRNle. -5. ,e
onu ace It sherry Colbert PasT ... ........0 dse, and sophomores t Bobi n-l f ai tcke eorela osoo n blh an a. sed u0 e t6r4et, Slea

asestarage nt a wie-tai d eebr dak e ensttined i firste 14Dii'.toP wastrl gig f ul ltl bieto with wel'ht 9 .l, I b, rain .
silho..uett e. bTi presentd f i- p lated b .to d bee aing Mte 1 Mans. some bute i n et orenot-berar, ape ph w i
io.el,.aAWhL. ah edu Bfo nng a um nne an.Ins tnpea on oucal w terpW Fto :e ticorPdn _.;4 1
pE.del To gav.t n*cl'q, bpheihtrom13.Jack-B uCeeahoeefolkh-tou m bun .a .0t o trew press hboxnv- dsle1:, io --0" M' ... .
riWho --ewl] ono l, G on D., & tand_. ea oovatiothry over nd made the breakey s.k ls
T14M is estimatedtoremindednth-e alhJob heturedoion tnonruggeaIowa.iBly hagley.,offeJimFre.T e man .Tne-ee ilo23t2ionenoyA neo.Mn I Wer olehUo, usedb0-,.

Sthi an Dallasdefemoaes Mi waioe ardd dIfoutaOu1wns sat-l $nt5ponato te gNiacs nfua dtr mt-ld tra loolerat Ilad
wth 1.2. seco-wit ting t embac ork e oe 15-3, 15-9 nenth e ln W t t 1, el lbEt ieahei g eig htdeo
ff, /*III -4. Dolphin
sTNDNGhootIsheeevrySndyictor 1 ,ee1r- h o fth delHfeatein this es.sl-v e.euanr ds M ik sport8-tagkaeheunar., k la
isselep wn asteved lo n mor, th e prlfcPrinctdn Dnew-e&, e onp-at bhnout-s.eIt, ws-4 C sn e spened. I

ah sg r o maindN-riedatog tehooposlt TensseoI wkeas tiiven nWo h n
volA REtaV. eTsEi- O is mnan yf falae, ondedrlldooo .n H fgs.hv irnih
SrYed euipm r endtodt advic ftoraThe girnlsgae .Para.so.tat-..n ... 0 2 Wis n -- or )po rtB s-takwrns _ni e o a, Mime D 1 Rl1rta"taes# 2 %0 ,11d.
b odayegtn eP4d a oway s vols 62eng5l .andthe openera15-1rgavesgsoke aq e n ttlin.Y ) fd Wne.JudgeB ed Lrantofttb

Whrdnesday.int Weiht e ,," heatBod-0.
K leader& Thirmeetngatthe dlb-ookethe fn de10a y Jo h-le K Hall ish Ln.-.64al-1 e fil. Po l,'t,
NO Dinntherwillbe wat6s on an d arie5ed h ronettoue, orp D "l ,,et,. a h ,
to stenalno er .d the'bra d ewos5....eUn, N',f, -
bbe hhWonom i boyca s whilerdefeatedM i ngore. .o.. p sial,.da W gmhn, J C "'. thraed,40 l tion Releasl t
listening!th& r, z seondwith~ti thedemonstating-,-. ;a -- sBeerTeb-a.lrig ooatio. W,-S atCoe
Thereg fanrtB a turday Ratt inb. ...owcity.kept.theirslateCourt ennisC n s ih M 12, 7
mrnhetadbeen adn seznsa cla h2 diieI ap o1fthegaes crown yesfit "era byoat "in .- -
hene e 5.. ad e tCo w winning by arschore ofl5porta-3 ,l8.I the l eqi >.Bobby Riggs def m2 a. 1 0,i.d Is
Alri dJa RogersrInta pla of o td-' 3st a.b Sllu hed 3

OlUdanb at 6 IoNileE...D..Ca 0l2MWiTcoesW W'- t., -
Western Hal rnness Racing lrd etio ., Ry1, Ia

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ATTEND The ESSO "MOTOR I ions sulN :ky racing wt HIgK
at :O p.m. Tosonw, WEDNBDAY, and THIJAWAY lan W h7ve gn0 Saturdas se ion
CASA DEL PERIOnSTA (Nesspapermen's building, at Mexico Ave. -nd oln ots ron_ trS won lg,
fronA ok Brih. Legation an4 fron $sto Toms Hospital) c last Saturday.T
S"CPULE OTORS y'LL LARN MORE ABOUT olde sports car driver- a wan
At first annual Grand O--CO

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dicap in sany game and tie '
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smves oppmomts ragged. :
Sophomore quarterback
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to surpriliag Tulaeoi'
hottest team in the Soutwu*
Conferenee. This z*uud rtq
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.";a tam," layo. a sh ethst$"-ee tomorrow is pra iat wy and now yo
f..,w. York Gnts. dierent, so airtight a the isno longer needed!
,. A pro ba.l-cr ier w '-f ,
s.he s a vio u *aw o r .pleTep e.
n o tnadler'na hsi I t.ctikn sthis sensadoni new TiubleA Tire gives extra
t .cI o a. p .n lure a and. o mor a
.d bs~oceke o e0*l ure proes ion, more mileage, more bfety and more
I havea eer .yohedi ear up to: date fit new Tubeless Super-Cui
Sl e-bdow ng could he t u- o day they cost no more tLn. sewWard tire sand tuu
fl.. At, next Januarf'NFL meseti' '
the rule is certain to be changed
so that the carrier wil be dow
after contact with an oppqiqet

SMiss ri Play rs t ny Part of himtotoin

,.. .. ,Ae ~A~- a o eshare oU oe ely Me.
onee kg that the pro cra.hr i .

k ~,b Ar itt ted tlo4b. goet up and' ,
"' aOINMBt O, Soth A 11ep r t on e gig ---
SO W N, nuing.a- safety measure wil.-eilin-

BSy tRRtGRAYeN tBeforethe sa iurted, Capt. h. n MMa e, it would be well ir.
Phil Tarasovil'of Vale asalted ithe prdis to clean up their own GOO
With Miasutr players, It's Ok-father which blame h e wmld McAteer cleverly boxed his way me while keeping the dirty .
lahoma over Maryland *2 t1:. like Papa atid Army. Realizng through the 15 ands ta alBl talk to themselves. After ps i
The Tigers, who lost to 6th, point the magitude ad the-lt4, aOthel ular v ato~y .HfoltlremlbtM tb, are dult* making a liv-
to the heonersa' g(rsrde py embers of the family tried,. to did not hurb ltwa nsl- from the game. g.ie
el ro
their team spewe I svastluy da lk the old man out of his dobeld- .t.o, Mb- t Yo talk a004 so-caled:ditty ,r

rei to thatv -ofU-e k Smed Intoth eg lotab fr s m..ptt-tWM p ayerso pr tie

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a-bettr hfan t O",Mr di0 fild. r ee NBmwaserle W$ Or 1WA te V." U-T h-T emtsa1e
rate ithe .enatrj men4 bs. ,umsd daaCnOfLvn Xll$4 peastihs ,r Theatrre r toA
Ed s ypclsiprtda It 1o -U411 4Uage o S1 4 o 1e
tentha d ar.lI tmtr #. -t
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"We have done te dJe carge, erta s the ..
oOer' r''ghar d gedegluti pat" ".!ss as "el r"ire.red

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rankef ioft erme a de e t Thewhf r a gait carts dnothe,'rdtri -e bys -1'.

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qurerban ak.t t, heremesbers T sern- alders at-s af, foont a D .""ohe -
elges andthird* -an -toroo a .irty ot bhallsoi n ot. som,"
hgsaome blocy ugu Gin credit 9 their.hi-gh class ar TO tolhePlauded but vi ng ba rd ma att

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sGary CliciM pll sIN .A th. ConeVoS* ,. 4.S S
type of back twho wn he n i.s. l t" Te ..
the professionals next fail, will" j: iat' a -s&e 'written'IV

lhave fa nsh as -Were ddle 'w av.1AR (A
Schooll" V wimifow, feVgmembers of Minli

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lastrthreequartlersu sa.coa.r.e.d less -.than 5M..Fewerthn onecra nee stica's a%."b'l".a,

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Nite hol, a member of
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A atlcda state Unlvea
he ws attk
by a "wild
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C "A eomjrplete iBves
*ha tu rlent. eonTe M a
"- $lse for le wooleO lp
, ,ua; nt who ca i give a
- tis for the incident. "
Miss Katherine Warrenk
Upme, nt the irl I
whose name was withhm
s tay at FSU but as a day
Iis Warrm said fth.
..*c the gi Ste -iove out'Vl
imfty and board in TO
Swas arrived at in a co
between school authoritlst
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M .. girl awoke fellow
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S6 showed c authorities
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Bla& Market Baby Racket Probers

SfHear Girl Reporter's Test i"ny

u been (UP) An committee. "Itey ept lonsg "I believe they are making a der ib. .ih' .Of t fosIter
on with who pVOWa regnant unwed cents. They placed the girls I1 "Well, we'll keep a lookout on ran W th sn
al Zate. mqthetstlhed tody attorneys maternity 0mee they staked your legislature and bar associa- . to d.eny,
d en- la-Kadsas luked mothers-Into a out around town. I posed as tlon," Kefauver said. 'And way- h M af a sucb ar-
iTch tohe te .scle black market baby unwed prospective mother -and we can get out to K4nsas and. at i his
uncti rack stated fketed fees rang- was assigned to a flop?'b o o k into your black market In rtp .vt
ed fe In up .t artmentwlth ttrgnant . I. '. . ,
reement w.ri etauver (D-Tenn) a slu rit -t j.ohn Patterson, Altny gW nrer
mat of whole- oW Crime Instigait- po stor l d freWbusting attorney gea
I .Oom almostt wiped out M Orice, erbed the tuaton at P- .' . .
n1rState ribling rackets a television cameasa 4U City, Ala., where a. wury I
he n few year ig opened hearings bo said she visited ime syndicate controlled the
Cancer on Wegaliaby adoptions ftor uared mother whi.e time "sin city" and allowe
stretching from Alabama o the girls lay on cot i the base-. illegal adoption to flourish HK .
oppor- Kansas. men -while pr tipeve papreis created the details of a c4e he F'T.. 0 .
pprects- . cam. in rdi Jelied the mother and his late. father, a victim tW ffj i VS
n which Kefauvear listened to Mary whose dbn Bpwalted. political murder in Phenix Cl- S
Dammit- Griee, 28, a reporter for the WI- The potter testified r. ty, had handled for a -year- ,
4 our chita, KanU., Deacon, relate the knew of one Instacg whe..a d unwed mother. ***
we look oWdid details of an adoption doctor bad flow new-bor,. He charged Dr. sth F oyd, a, p e.hBb i born In
n rg. rte, ,In er n ome town ,nd re- baby to .Imin j.te.' dite c m misy commsioner at, Phtux Ct- c ,ilm dueing the
_ve',:r n^rk., .t.h.l.a the rottenest but th lwye. i. re- t. ,ad made the arrangements e"dlnt .&ni'r i ',ht
Sof u In the united States." clvd fro 00 the girl to have hea baby e ",ee,.y i' ,ort'
"adretiaMents placed In her1 "wrat haeMs wtr m -1. the baby .* otodedto' cue"1 deSSa t
P pmably by done about l couple aud th .oth tt-of a tes, w
e ootldleu couples wao wsahed nto "The asociat lh .slued" !esaw NO baby" tht t'iof4=t
da."6pt a. baby. :She Said in each statement sayingthe o Richard Peock.a captain in a"Mp t.ed' t iO W .erdi.s
i. cae "she waS contacted bY law involved would be re p he. Alabama National Ouard were ? 00wee
.Lutanc frmsm when she answered the and states the bar did .e aereporter for theBrml .
placcm1= ing o1-ucha&oer- .
Snme lanesn"dsh t olfee w Wm .sub-ein as

S.daughter;-. Mrs.
140" ",.* enk Lowe B dst'F .;u 4 ".,-
..;- A. d. '. ,-- " ._ A; '__ *.. + --a 'm ylu ISPO -And rs..t* Cordeit
N P r ect Ttal lleaiy l$23 Q ilnoyed By Hilness Su, wmndb. of
., e,5 . 0 The a. a. Pa aV M ~ ~. ,rve co
S-ateCriatorbal tomor--row night .e.n.. .
e- "totaing hh,7d5, were tion B o i Q 9: 30 l &.ho'. S:S
lT.. C ftou.ey. the in- O .

rec Cystin fwa alerod by the ethrat a sick cold [p dpd, of on,
t os af S CoOWtWeo on Schedule A takenloff the eaeThe Mr. and U, a tdro
.th Inhe jhiah, for the exterpr tty of"theac'sicwanot o Colon .
7 1 W 1P Bi- -1. u Molses O f
t bo. ouanpara dte e hPanama orinay daugh ter; ad Mr a.
lad-r as t^r *a,re d mmetal oofing of one house in slated to arrive mgn Cristobal -Willm LIriR4tor, of .UbPw
MAiW tdoWeef the t arly C son.

worat )i*me group mainten-ab
Sll -er e ri oje.adver etised by o
-munksa --ot oCal company
the la dryz ieawn.
nd,..l. With a b of., z ,0,e Coffey
a wiolN, low on S.hedule B, which
inc ,ludesOW exterior painting ofi
1't h ._ 12 Gatun; I houses In
t argar ita th;e Interior painting
wotan of t p af in the Crtstobal
-k. odf Building: and
thei IagUavut t tig of 15.apart-
.n Ita,.'Me Mindi Housing
dea. o.f A bid of $,70 was entered bylb
kd, !iLltd heextedu o Pintip of f 44 .
t houses In&Rainbo City and thetr
the dor. iments ,ud four houses mn Rain-
lthassee bow City.
Miferene] Coffey also entered a low bid
5 and the of $a,07''on Schedule for the
interior Aftgof- 46 art-
students prIpared -for aSU gui, t to U..
it Nov. 7 AirFO+rct h el and the in-
t women l OfE iLc6 ng' i Crstobal./


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Cops Press GrowingMnhunt

For 'i But Agile Ton gy

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me while PIm tain-."-
His sister; Mrs. elen R., La-
blutzel, who had come herela
Alaska for .e Mher 'if ,
arranged for deferabod L
'as her brother
heavily manacled, o
called out tobimn-" W

.. oye, Joznn .II 11 g* : .. tyo AUt*
NoMY. 15 ( > "(UP) tottw stirred an Inter-ae air -
Sng me n uro r, had oLbtaHld oe o e t l poin
for wt u et ,ro o ,tbe tp from rirahave tobeded"ed boutara
o 1,.s *. ,pay h Colm legally "t.hwea el
O. o sdedof a uer o ce d. over ta
a.t, .t or or tW los HRdw i to bave ,'?.Amst woum
d or 10 tOL be where heg w nt. trit
I. o T. ft. be a-i-. at th eU.S. P -.iS..o bl
S.1 hyb.ar liehe _m c t ormpe t here took-off't V v*rl m r-
lofe ".hisl .,l.. .. ., riw. r r .btd ,
.oce "le. r.ag d es it eho. .c orv-ueo d*y m i i p bly ii of oro

ex hg mrlow theSanixluine. He adro MY0
S T at tty.A t .o
eer, r, f re a t o -
.hiB the two. e et in e t. a r

se a en o co -n,.-..t :. .-- "....t a o be o.r-,, ari o ._ .or ".
he eonse ,w eari. e al* the A S .ea fti sa r U e
dtu tkor h ea. wherap e ra .tow- s .ate B dalo.. l
I"We d n t e pr et inm t er. o I s
a pmene Oee," " "a ""4 "th l 4.6 .= hour
knew bei ao. ,-1 au- ino at,-or-" ...a n s lr w.ken a have. aolleeteed on the lCZuraue w
w.n't, T, ea hed--- at..--., e had bnoeen a i po u int sn u Oct.. poieAS. HIG motherdid not sg
heol." a 7e he wL3 w7e e soec te abfore h Le -i ha arete
X fcm.f it rler.x d

oahe, a saions dln th e pat Fuer sa c.w ll be hlt 1 l at
cte T ,eft 'l-boa on ur owed by
ida that h e w n by interment in Corocaal neeryr b

Inohe inle t sa, I inow .roth.nggineerag Divwon. At' te time 4l .reitun for wt avn to
ThGAe him n y tore In the. Canal Z txfead witork- -hre

sso t e a v.tprion ter op a pr
tractor, who exploitation of operator with theWater and Lab- Th deal made in federal court
110 tw 8V tiny children a anratores Branc. here winds up ti New Ybra s

Ruled Bin$0SiM

Thie'mpaortant Neo Desaour (new
Congsttlitue) Par re open-
ad here today udrthpre"idkn-
cy of Habib Bourgufta.
Heated-' efrgmntm wire akt.

pcerens plctured above recently completed, Mlon Brown, el U of. the ExecUtive Appraisal : ed between
DeelopMent Branch, Office of Clylian -Peihonnel, and Miss Aftdley presented. the st W guib, tmn pathe .ldoe tIaUs
1 .ir group 4t selected graduates of lOgs courc. Theivw e tww qualified, wit staf gu- mspet ten year neteenteoi
aL.e, to Istruct supervisors in USARCARIB. in oth conferlmce leadership and au prvila, and ousted prz'erab Seer ta r y
development training. Standing (left to right) are Jamnes 0 rke, training officer, AU-CLIl General Salah Ben uAs.
ltm Personuel; Lt. K. D. Frankhouaer,. l .cal na n managesihet ptlicer, Signtal Se.pton,; l Ben Yousset himself wsa not
Cnarles Stiwart, fiscal and managreAelt d.iviaiol, Signal Sec-,. lt. Robert 6tbey, execu-. present, but his f'llowerts. who
the officer, .nginecr Section: Mia Do dley; Col N. horaiah .Adutant General, USA-. were numerous among the 2,500
QA&tIB; Frnk Malavasic, organ.tttlon Lad methods ex ia Ordnance Bectton; P. J. io- delegates- weqe eisote to at-
ghrun, supervisor administrative Ifficer, Inter-American OeodeBc Survey; and Julilo Herant- tack Sonualba ,or -il espousal
rez, Jr., asslatant chief. Employee VtllhUon Branchi A&OGC-Vith Personnel. Seated are Joet- at the FrameoITuisian'-home WOle
Th.ompaon, supply officer, Quarteaaster Section: L L TlIbot,. Xlaintenance..foieman; JA.:. agreements..
Tiese, enustrutten and maintenance general forinan, n pn0r Section; Mrs. A*@ E. PIt ce Ben Youssefs wing .4 the
iftoperty and supply supervisor, Tranape rttton ctlon; I Carl Serger, traig offnter, party believe these do- mno' far
AO-C;.vlan Perlsnnel; James Lastinger, mobleM industrial jtpent ma&l ce foreman enough- that Tunis oulm ot
Ordinance becon, and Capt. Ned Ash, ,hef, Storage master. t be satisfied wt anything shrt
(U. rmy Photo) of complete lldapenfm.




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He is survived by two daugh-
ters, Judith Aam and Karen Lou
Henter.of -BRalbq, hs ants, Mr.
and Mrs. Chairles eer. alsof
Ralbqa; tw sisters, Mrs;. J omui
Miller of Baltimore aal. Mr
Helen Formaiam of Fot .w or t-,
T. and by b e J, Ju-
li of Ph .iladb Charlea In,
of Mobile and .Thdore center
of Balboa, wIth lom he made
his home.

long egam ngt mo avoid -etusf
sent aboard to his native land.
Adonis, whose red name ,is
Joaph Dote, was convicted of
perjury after he told the Kefauv-
er erie invesfatig subeeomint-
tpe lp-, DecCmber, thEt hi
was an American ciUsta. He
ordered to aOrve eight mattha
two years prison but was
leased on balil e appeal.
Supreme ot r tt ed to
reiew his .case.

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e.ys o .'t o .dentrn te 3.Sv. ie. w s

'l til CU- ,- 3i p. s peaar -or o. ha" so o. T
.S, ..a. e, A-.r . or.ee-n,.. a k.,17 .t d'...,

kethtany tsr g na- ,, c to feous orers
"0 a"i cota b m p.e.:,s.- .. ', .f l.-K e

ir. el rW oldete"minae Niaml Pt I n

strt ourt omim. Iarried l art 441 afte mabh
-^irof'. two chiUldren. jSDt bee Iacir
41ahPbiamt, in the Ctv- ,lMii biae
l < o wit, perpetrating ireoery four ye
r b.it ,,,'e .r...t'h ".."country's "z ", """.i
"e. on hu "delc In hiatore. a hft "at, the o b ene-- .Co i
'.aham once convicted t"o aher Sc"- ;20 % %hei
fdMrwa arrested early today ad of so h mothra
b$ySIiageats and made A writ- yavi cd4
ft-" statement admitting the penalty of death InO th gas was 15. He lat*
$,p ".f-the -big lane, UAL ,.i., .; ia' e -ent he con- ka, a t'
V ; $2 that, crazed into a Murder In a Colorado Juncton, Cp
o beet f- .nearo... Longment. c t. .II -. g..g 'cam -p .;A
Sleus thfn -two weeks i0 The- aoernmPent would reveal where he a;
S all. 39- passengers and no, dt -. other of Cf-taaM's -So' etbing bo
f '$*cttw membr. aboard. alted coUlo where, b .was namAte. .
apdsom, husky, six- ar=ste how be supposedly 41im W
St 9 ,p tedbnical fod- p1 6800 Ye "se ekal" .tl* 'of s e to no-o.
t bdtaging B na- dy "e--4tache to a bery I's ourtr
,e... abloshment- a l; I d.vice-aboard- the w,"Ung theI
r_ m W Pr.l.minary W Alt.t .aflin I i ng.
.Ae ,w ..he o in ja.il on-N ,.S. Graham bad Th ,
D,$100- Ho was expect- been pi up by Its agents ngbad
ed. t be aragntd in federal _ubd-p *gh.t but was not- four-. ,
toourt mete .later q ar. until after he S
ths eeonthe federal chariae. bchad 'awa4 Astatement I FBI Co
w!ib carries a maximum pen- hed.u.rets l here. ae o wShoi.
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s worker dml
wHot or. pae

eeh_ 'at Qral
., as4. ia -

oom today while
prinlllaryi hear-
t the, earilg
to las'h4ettly at
dondr Ya#rld S,
"as lia lthe
oom toay hl