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S-i sNov. (UP)--- 'dnt Pedro4,
d4f aymoIV government reported today
i ndreds Of strike in a growing
e f9ftPnhlta-denonated OmD l Confederation
j.a- keential services were runK. at normal or
noiaP w no major didtsrbances were
W0 a 00 er ewnt walkout aome industries
'i to Argontinri eoonom
b the strikers t* dea* knockout blow
i tii nary government wwn not successful..
* 4 V w*
enough to go out on t
t), f tew plutera 1
,1 .. .
': *<* -ir
tasted dat ti
poswepr t ow
Ina clot Into
-at the OMOA
Io n 40ra-w l|
.a a.... w a .. an
j te, and LuS b tegan.
aejf.wre selled In hi.ng.
confirmd rumors mid they
ad been rested.
Thwases W onlr token strike
activity the Buenos Alre
wvRrfut whle the bit of in-
iutlea cdUesThd towf ring-
ht Drtfti oqe
-.- ; -W---t
The Collier Dea aane sailed
from Sidney, Nova Scotldo, ters
day en reute'to Europe -w h ber
holds full of coal. At :Ir a.m.
its S.O.& cleared all ocean broad-
cast haels The mst. report-
ed explosion n No. I and No.
2 holds. Later mespages, picked
up and rtlpyed from the Ciast
Gut6 a1 er Coos Bay m- -Md-
ocef weather station, reported
thme dp are with Its cargo.
Thi cutter Igham, en route to
relieve the Coos Bay, racel to-
ward -he ship from 150 sfea dis-
tant. The Coast Guard v ass el
was g "as fat as she e a n"
1 a kpots hi' 14-foot
seasnbut w ag t ergeccad to
It wa~ noa
to be a re
lon ltn cl i
nlgh4 H- w fC
N. wa e
were weaver that
auth Ame'itua country
minors to enter without
passed and notarized
U permimsn Il a& d don
aaqmont and iSmi.
were h1igh,1 uncetma, may
want to make-ara on
trip to the Am pe
from Gettyburg. t ...-
dson and radio. bhethbu this
idea goes though depnd on
solution of OOmnnUaOR dif-
3. The President pill meet
next week with the ,ftional-ae-
curity council and the cabinet.
Site of the meet d abe camp
David, the presita Mhde
way In the nearby Catoctin
Mountains Of Maryland.
A special a was f ea -
Ing between here an'Waeh-
itten today, trampertt n
"Very impeutbst ?feios" be-
tween the Pradeida t SOapors
Aris Dismisses Rum
fIgis State Of HealS
Pr t rdo Ai W today
seot.d rumors and ed
reots of him bellg and be-
inx eteduled to go to the Ma-
yo CI In Rocheste, N.Y. for
At o press conferen today
,in e Presidencla, -Mr. Aria
explained the recent Glues
whict ltept him In ,bo4al for
about n days, and a d be was
now feelngf better tah ever."
Th chMief Exective tadM he
cabinet ministers e4La be select-
ed to fill the position In'the ab-
sence of the Chef ec.utv.
However, this exclude Minis-
ter of Government a JTustice
Remon, who because'"f bis kin-
to the late Pre .entJo0e
Atqo Remon, Is barre by the
constituaon from aisum g the
office during the pawld for
which the asasnadresident
Traffic Cit As
Bridge Corp In
Traf ic btw
sad Panams a 01 Sow so
caed in whts a erase
was passing m oaver,
AMr IFle for Mr. Kisenhower's
The oeWfeewue with Weekc
rwonmsed to be fairly perfuncto-
ry Teg commerce secretary wat
theonly cabinet member whok
did not fZ to the' Presideit's
bedside Denver when Mr.
Elaenbowen wMhl in Fitzsamom
Army ttal. The White House
e-Mlad ta weeks was occus
pld then with nationwide
SuIle ference is ex
RABAT, Moroee, Nov. 18 (UP)
-Slt i M MNla mmed Beq
Yonef came back to Koroea
today. hpe* V6 gas in T
enftrtod-, 'e af ,wa groomed
by touanid of Misy-eheer Ing
- eanu. I
CW airIlie- .were drowned out
by W acclaim from ie
kUp' arowd massed at the air-
pt he I e touched down
Ben Kle"came the ,M-
bel* of Mo~ 's fght for iat
mnsw mathsa after 1
Eat fbm ou andt IN
Manessie to the-
henly wtsd to his pa
I for aI
In the seat
lay, postal em-
al services ad
ters were fever-
la office In the
It was completely redecorated
and refurnished by midday yes-
terday, but the odor of new
paint and varnish was so heavy
the room eouJl, not be occupied
The precedent spent a leisure-
7ly t ,sterday. He walked a.
roaG ..Oe, farm -buildings near
his haume with-Dr. Howard McC.
Siyder, the White House physl-
lcan, then oraWled, into a Jeep
for a brief rlu. to the nearby
farm of.: l good Washington
frlen4d aeoqe g. 9A len.
The Pmleft b Oaatg to
be Wefw fWb noae while
ie xmperafnghere, press
J C. Hagerty
Iotw aod tolevislon produc-
er abet Montgomery, frequent
White ouse adviser on radio
and TV rattor, arrived today
Wteqnu t with agrty in sel-
aOting A loca rsite for filming
S Oertysaid the short talks
,the President willbe filmed
-efor for national organiza-
tions hold convetons and
In behalf of fUch nationwide
ebarrlAF W renlet drives as the
annual Red Cros campaign.
Rate Cops Lose
'Their Comic Books
RtARBItr N.J., Nov. 16 (UP)
S at ef Ritan got e-
Vu wittheir a-man police
'Asce. Iy took theops' ps omic
.A feud between voters and po-
Ne 4tartd when etens turned
en a fopWfed poliee pay raise
The cop retaliated by handing
oa truSe ticati right and left.
A special cities' committee
formed to deal with the situation
hlmeds.o eof.f new rules and
the fte today.
tns o sading
b d. -e
"e and on fbur Oc.
COWai it validated a papiert for
tafted travel. "
fally got ana
t jfteone month 5 .-
"wuable" to believe this ewas
beum whe had just won a Nobel
Pi a g said it was only after
S W *years of d ieles
il receive and the fhr stBo-
tl oft validated a plesprt O r
ed Communists andve hat itLgav *
score of other activities.
Pau]ing testified he is not a
Commumst-open or coneealed4nd
never has been.
Rlussian-Made M it
Z themtrean ha -h ds
Torefyu, saile-n a t p
because h he deeu won a
The Fo rlcei e veafi t wle
the Japan Maother time Safety.Board
opened mte sweding ot a
ysterdad ian wea
Crate Japn or ccrm ce d.an,
Peopiula a and.eastern WlB
Min e sweeping .u A
Dec.Russ1. But the FM
said It wa advanced a year
because of the discoveryy to ear-
ly September of an. Soviet-made
floating mine In the lea wp m*
Niehi-:otoro Capei" n Weasten Js
The Foreign O ie dikele a
that 29 mines were found i the
Japan Sea this year through Oct
ober. Seven other mines were-Wi
covered in other waters.aew la-
yhas been virtuaiy sueai -
Six Marines KOiled
During Mane tue
CAMP wpn W.s Cl 1IsU,
Nov. 16 (UP)-- Six lese wWe
ed -chbef"of amt. v
Clomd, who im a
the Isasthn team.ro
aboUar BAt 4olH
ratd Mr~m SM
St .l g.
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f..eu.. j.. . r.. %,,g s.of UIc MI .,' s
L.A. ANNIVERSAZI prove that t is ch __
There is one l lverary this month which will ec lit- i down o.
I a tlebway.of btpit recognition or celebration. Ten year3 The e a te has had some cear Itty
o Nv. 16, 1 th first group of Alcohollca Anonymous fi hearings on crime, dM
1 S ed in Latin America. and Communiusm-but the series
isp r event happened here in the c l one. of new rob may w make
:- f-ared from Panama Hospital for alcohollam (Gorrai would previous ear inga seem N an
-s ue luger Admita him as an alcoholic patient) the founder c rof-day session of the Amere s
tooted the National AA Foundation in New York and through Society for the Preservatla ofn
Qprrespondenr.e became convinced that the AA program offered Sacred, Patriotic and Operatic Mu. e L d
S utAon to the problem of chronic IloholismA al prove th. this h
The Panama Amerscan Invited him to use th w acilitlea otf eM
Sipaper through the Mall Box column. 7t Immediate The three Demeratil Seaters
onNe was far from encouraging but eventually this edilu -Paul Doai Mat Neely i e
S tceeded in attracting others wo were xperiencing a hellish and Lister o pn tohiM.
ence iun the half world of heloholled.. hereig aerss the to I Cat al n.
Since no recora or ease historic are kept it is imposulble to there are lar a areas w. .
ve the exact number of alcoholics who have l een salvaged by Ignored by admisat=a.she a mi. atla. a s m
In recalling the 10 year history f the local groups the fhey will attempt to seAk it hu-
writer estimates that between 500 Aid 60 individuals have Been er, unemployment sid poverty atwl
helped in the Canal AA Fone and P m wor rou in they for dst o Preeat.Tey pl to
eA forms no e becameon normakes a os as to whether Introduce fims,P o a ve oaOuIaedM dy "m
The Panama Amerlchic or an Invited him to use t our own dfaciltra witeleeof from depMla tow S t l
experience with aoho might place umns the position oben The three Dem the prophet
able to diagnose alcoholuragm we prefer have the individual -PStratet of la e rMath anaedi wilt l-gt
lcc ake hisa or her) own decision in the mawtr. pewere" proee is Irinn allinois'el and Lterh to ar-
tene influence buat expeworld fence has proven lis.. t only the afflict- fm heta 10 ti me s At" ne a s
Sd Individual cn hofeor ly evaluate se eirc tslices and delde and more to Alab ar over a
VIether some na held be done. To those cal reconise their H e ill. Thesouthern 4 t it m t
wrilem AA ofters a way back to normalcy w It pilsa, potions af, u e o t year91#MitY air
,e-neweoaer to AA seeks in vain for a gimmlck. a trick o appoint a ro So phe Sgt to t h ti ad Th r
aet -, have none. AA is a program by Ond for the re- W orogar taIl Is 'th 0 b awls
retlonal instit ton or a sanitarium. tant this money. Without r. RL al
It has not tep allhtet connection with ans reform Or r- h oduce a r have ri
S u mndivemidu and, it Is self-supporting our own itslf. t uwi agreed to start p towhe n.v as D
erienco denwit whatever in willpower sitionmply becas the I oandd Chi on fr the
l toies to tanose rie aohoiweprefer have there indiv metable of the v"reh in Middle last as far as theSa I
ke his er alcohol isaer) owental or phyieal msr. se or a sol ble vep 1 U ie ter at 1eelld that wat oae to
on of both we A's have no opinion, save, that whatever se heas sean't bere da e sfita ort.c twteartS e
'ad Individual thehOrllnstlycvaaluate the tire en and ddo d more to Alabeir +"- not m a tilit
Sti- we-have it. We tried every scheme Imaginable to drink late this year Said wlm prabas. In part to' the ns -1a .dv.e nim and
panel. We tried to stay sober through will (or wont) power, under way early ofn Th By RAK he tremen g amounts it ipt h
ur powderp.y ai o t k. iv n ttes-ra y early aIn wt Ththeo.
Th ewcolerop and A seeks in vain for a lamIck, at tric takes no polital scientist to to influence Aerian opilon, W Aso
stc eeme i n rbecavn A i AAphr accomplished re let that these sessions till-* i ab" For? a a a t hUI e dn d ws
Weuloo forwa .ero another decade of helping ourselves and he w m st as t Mo, Italy. Lovely lady b be ou e h a onea In h T w a.
ther Alcoholiecm to, and, t i sober anellg happier way living. netday. Julie Pegler here poraries. Whatever y thought of wi less frequ This happen a resolution gv rougts n b s
Sincewely, As Douglas plans it. there will early Wednesday morning. and the Eagler's attdes Inat they had to all of us, of c but iulie r tf tol t arican e
too- arl A be a series of regional hearings. only farewell I can muster I that no thing In ommo with the Pegler was art theweet i thet a mb o the nee. fir a b
YMiddleEat oung John Kennedy. Semate t her laughing. She ani her warmth and kindassa of the man of Peg the ?vy sideof Peg, the td o f n ieesareLtp de- oPsdaUl staW a
I a tlht n A ra l fromMessaehusatta, will handle band and had several new to trwife. - Snmls sve5ksiaeSPeg A- the tosfupipl of et Snpplyo lnerraSI
WhethSIDE GLANCES brth New Enentland wh eeentlal ha and father amy torientles to tentle at I knew Julie less well t4than I Iontt lust a t oy bu mone e
., ...... sis oh textile industry. Ter cocktails Tu sy, and we planned knew ?e but she 4 enormous as a columnlst whe.he got caught uia Is tarig 4 road
may even be a move ath flood" ntlnue the floorahow at lflch charm ad humor a was a good up Ift~ so of his causes but I I bip ^ng tsdram thHAiS
s f ravaged ars -aot Wib lete .v with c W esdy. who a a crack soee him, j
a on of both we AAs have no op lonsv,, that whdatve ef nage of the r ae- t l a beenP eForNJr sick all her ad-t ka e mt t to
e t flUeAetRwi hand wae Pu wir I ler rP o the ora ne t ier a"i -a'j*
SGivt a far fe takes no Ped neverriJiso tI9 ' q a a
t ith erop then and retivAhulhed p redict that hese sessions ill the h an the ti by
A c oi dt"1. "i -"-oand outspoken Mr. Paerl freens t| kiing champ tL~ aisu~rr iewaet oas hismA n
t # ethe Pa gler who ta.ir J wea e I abSorbed with thea Vr Ea
nesday. Jue out to writPleredee encouraging let poraries What ever you thought of with lte room service as aided Germany. The Am
As Douglas plans it, there arly Wednesdub columnite who have leIs nt a trip there all of unnesa now public continued to be abrbed
AA be a series of reionl herin taken over the Pn muster beatenot a ns n n 'o with- t by can et I w ithe aoomn b the
Kr Snatotr onizn r lu e ers ,utwrmOf t i dand Rf ghssary o" andO who -
r i The R cans are watching congrdtulay d several ou tohi of Mr. .~ was laughing when z .. rated oneNe1 East was Erle
D toNe llddwithspecial eon Wed met. I know bepha-a are-possibly t'lm real sore about n J ee mlneolnton, special Zhmenhowetnti
Soh the textile industry. Thet c nthera y adeS the essay t lanch date That was a ine voy who struggled valantly t
e sise know o Ia age. Mew d 's coeAeys would have r persuade seraelM eyria, Lebano
to y even be a meth ove into histasthe onete u ey an ae tJornimewa o pa bhim ae4 agei and o ldan to a' m pt his erlan of
t ai o read anOeg wins to apktr d. ".Tvi trA for the suiaver ordan.
tun! Of. t he0 srte- had been sick all herasUt reUand wip be rough
*imr.-8t r.Johnston, an able, patriotic citizen,
and K ne dofyeedinoa thmt3e1rI did a fine job. fut It wps probably
SD ly goutoOi a hos witnrnaKu amik t 1@ othnem"- .him it the
nator Nel ihani l them E oe wlist pe e as head
tealr O GOP stn ian some a. ..ior
eI'o 'The poop of aoa anB Zini Amov mnt, le a bi
Mid e n rea.s$rs The Broadway free Nw York.. (lie mela aar too bcs to deny stupi rerab The bit n wa
eturdsaj eght, Cut. 8, ieeretery .. .eeaiaty? View Dana Wratem stories Ins tet about fe aitr t male agoiStflim
I Lab1eor omes pitMhel l a ppeAr Boutbshe o Wlnters elolraphs V nw Pompey It on e listens to gossi tpeam d to ile riac w an us
Sed to oudinto advplanc, there. roaowat marquees.ot anantes Talk about sel crat io. Jea practically We rat etor a They he co ece aB
n blicn answer to the pDemrats' 2 new fils and the n ewest dr ns saidFrom now has beaein l ove w ith a paeable stale m onths.
Bu d JMACKtweil f the n action's hard-hit "A aistEn of RP l". r i to m want to play "hmyself-real, tchy Note newe Johnston's m p
ares.. pik ou, Ore., Mitchel Fondc platter, "ixtees Tons," Is mean The report that Bill W ture producers hea.quarter
thne m l They tohe oas Wetern Cont. orh a whirl. Ha a e folsn fStat show e hard eieve. W ash region t re tlny
2 ... e gB quality, .It's been w happy Sea" Coa historian breat e hly Lest year heo a accepted a laM orbwa the stalemarecentlyt
uni son fo ereses as ded cub ooumntrated report: Maron Brando's av eek radio show ust to have nds to a view ill
nu "Tint of all, nea every er by toe personal tr.mphs of Pat ie pastime is walking." (Oltdo Something Tr Do ..unn enty tAb Does Not Answer," the leet M
'riuh Sthan ever before.. I closure t New York hemt about titled. Marriage Is Not.j For isellams o epottE 7alote The CanhytiSa
ohhte eve s ly csn a 'ri'so.jborotlng~proapeo. +..' i.
Tei s ageaognotestMt.e was laughingwhen .. itted on the Near East was Zree
tesh.Ae' d, An este a in any osneneroday mag rge- po writing: "We who' realenta about e jhile nstonlpec-alisenhowe t e m
tm Cevre have Zloo expand sons St .A film per JoXatl many wonders of the .arp rrshillsf dranalrlne. Tt I terde ldSrae L sraL I is ri
thcis s no t i Isinesswouldyou-believe Odwy.-Maye rstudio.Noth wou lhun
a W nr Hitt ineghimnN sa Un ',
.d it g of bread an ... wine to e ra good name th the forthcoming movie, 'T They had a minister w Is o in
hw I did a finjob.to ask you The lautIt Pwlp radro rating for fence scandal mon eing!). eei a a proee al
atthe political party is the friend Greater .Y. moved WW i Sle's Pavilon res ant ( w a Lu
-vm a me ens w.ory-uuusn 55 e1 a-thswoo
42Is--_and board 42 uiM of the working men? is it the iteto r. byUniondemnaands) pfpu --
13d ")a-sad boardrinqkea
au bot342usg ed iarty wlTch, except for war, was ---*i Tuesday afternoon. rapwnt s
I Ita to s4scar '&- tO unable to provide thing but do- "B iSt8 ltig the.routeptemte
o uamt presdon, Lhuetployenet, pee- to vh e am's prof Shirley Booth's "Desk Set"' eean bween the UnV .-
4va nflrs o Ee du ekaimism, a desplr to millions% exceeds 0,0.. .tFre press mss. Peddled to Ho .llywo rit.a- A!
a3 23 Sot Egy n 4? h Is nit theparty which desperately note: A Times letter-writer cam M,000 .The odd name earriw taruhfos-
24tToward the reine N uuinto the unsuccessful idea that mered alaleman with this logie: tion includes the author of i h *artore ch.
to... hToard se iefraist government dould mastermind "I have always thought that he Years With Grant." Sylvabas
4Vint '.w 'd 3.Crrdbs, hlgh wages and stable prices? actors provide the Uliehi"dho wallader...Time mag'e
-O,.4 SSes rtG lt -- .-riit t do... Republican critil*-.0At the reverse. Theatre critic described a film:91P TM As&
...'lry ...?cou ld agfa without attiors, bat like the inside'of a Fifth A
Li could sasy bobble along with' chippy's dream." (What -
This Ihs m s begun. it out "c. .The celloid Lao- him an authority on
'n' i be ever us election pight, tories beaming. Over 50 lLOk- dreams?).. .The DaLy_ ft
1'-era wfl h oa preeed ithis year. aes1 rY detai
Heavies slhdule saiate 62... XAinon, you mightht
SAnNa Mag Wkears o makeup to earn, .weighs _5O
S. c'in the in"rllose Tattoo c o
cinema cost% Dir Day's "Jim-
my..i y "im vry"Ki iq
mushno.- and- .. Marl n trice: 04,000 p er .
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Another trial will now tak e
place in Portsmouth, Vs. Then
the case undoubtedly will be ap-
plealed to the U.&- Supreme Court
again. Twenty-sevn other states
have such laws.
In apesher action dealing
with MeeWreletins, the high
court left standing a lower court
decision whfeh forbade Oklaho-
ma to last the race of Negro
candidate e- election baletsa.
SThe supreme Court rejected Ok-
laboma) appeal -in- a brief or-
The marriage case was initiat-
ed by Mrs. Ruby Elaine Nain. a
white' woman, Norfolk, Va.,
who sought an anmmlent of her
marriage to a Chinese-American,
Hay Say Naim. She claimed the
union was illegal .under the inter-
Her husband, who contested the
suit, argued the statute violates
the part of the Constitution which
Efasta "equal protection of the
nws" to all.
The Virginia Supreme Court
held that nothing In the Constitu-
tion bars a state from legislating
"to regulate the marriage relation
so that It shall not have a mon-
grel breed of citizens." 9
In its brief order, the U. S. Su-
prkme. Court said the relationship
of Naim and his wife at the tllme
of their marriage in North Caro-
lina and upon their-return to Vir-
ginia. did not show clearly enough
In the record to permit consider-
ation. "in clean cut and concrete
SThe Oklahoma ballot case was
brought -by A. B. McDonald
IN THE FAMILY
WENTPORT, Conn. -" (UP) -
Switchboard operator Cornelius
Dufry at fire headquarters gave
prompt service after 4 boy tele-
phoned, "Our house is on fire."
The call wasfrom his son. 1r
w raum for WU.S.-muator a th
igg Democrsle primary. Be
sued the state ectition board
far MW daG ages because
the we r "Negre was placed
after his same.
In "ol er actions the court:
1. Agreed to rule on whether
Itate may properly tax privatey-
Oprated housing projects oi ntil
tay base. The court will hear
arfmneats soon on a test caswin-.
volving a 11-unit development at
Offutt AFB, Nebraska, headquar-
ters of the Strategic Air Co m-
PARIG, Nov. 18 (UP)
ft;ce said today that i
ee the aulfora geperal s tj
k d to
some of Its services.
Last nit-two pawerfulfrT i
union, ordered an unliml.toj
eral strie M ground sthlPsb.
al airfieldb throughout the raI
Ipilan but Air France stit
to use I(iIeld for eigh
al and rW11 prtre f"lght .
The government m o vse
Force met Into the Orly omtntro
tower to u*le the f_'vi
2. Agreed to rule on the tax iUa- Franc toqIrae a Ikele. IIa .
ability of cut-rate stock purchases le, -
by employes. under company stock -. ..
option plans. The federal govern- Today l!nes were expected -"
meat wants to tax the difference from rthe fr East, and .thrs
between thq market value of were to leave for the FIr .EMa
the stock and the reduced price, for Moroed, the Middle East Ba"
If the employee would threby ac- Dakar.
quire a proprietary Interest in the
business. A U. 8. appeals court in fHowever no foreign companies
Philadelphia ruled to the contrax' used the field. TWA und P A-A&
ry in a case involving the Michi- flew to Basle and Brussels'-, -
gan Chemical Corp. spectively.
3. Blocked attempts of Detroit, If there are no fresh develop:
Mich., and Wayne Country to tax ments today, the last category of
an airplane parts manufacturers, airfield personnel will go on
the Murray Corp, of Delaware, strike tomorrow. They are the
under subcontract to the Air weather forecasters, and that's
Force. The high court refused to could, cause a complete shutdown,
review a Detroit district court rul- as the French air force relies -to
ing the tax was an illegal levy on a certain extent on the c vi .
federal property. meteorological service.
in the U. S. A.
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brary this week In observance strong: Rocky's Road, Beim;
Sof Boot.Week, a national cele- Tim and the Tool Chest, Belm; V I E N N A, Nov. 1g (UP U.
bration .held .naly during Runner for the King, Bennett; S. Conductor Frits Relaer led
Sthe middle of tovdber. The Doll in the Window, Blan- a international cast last aight
?. The Library ari its various co- Slappy Hooper, Bontemps; at the premiere of Richard Wag.
A. branches have been decorated Johnny Crow's New Garden, aer's "Mastersingers of Naerm.
for the occasion with BooIc Week Brooke; Johnny Crow's Party, berg' in the newly-opened Xlam.
S masters and streamers, designed Brooke; Summer Date, Brucker; na State Opera.
by well-known children's illus- The Birthday Story, Buntain; S. Tenor. Murray Ieke
trator Mike Mulligan and his Steam was particularly good in h I g
S. Shovel. Burton; The Pottlebys, role as "David" and received
The titles and the authors of Crampton; The Thanksgiving frequent cheers from the an-
the children's books placed In Story, Dalgliesh; 'Book of Nura- dience. Baritone Frederle k
circulation during the week by ery and Mother Goose Rhymes. Guthrie of the Unittd States
. the Canal Zone Library follows: De Angell; The Wheel on the had a successful debut In the *
Non.ctn oSchool, De Jong: Piccolo, Ehr- pera house singing the part of
Non-fiction The Book of lich: Young Visitor to Mars. a guard.
Knowledge. Groller Society: OurKla- The Moffats, Estes The Vienna State Opera re-
Independence and the Constitu- Kings and Queens, Farjeon: The opened November 5 wtbh a ga
on, Fisher; The Building of thed Hide-Away Duckling. Flory' The Ia premiere of Beethoven's "F4.
SFirst Transcontnental Ral. LoR 500hats o Bartholomew Cub-'deio.
Nathr an; He a r .r. Loeb- rbins, Gelsel: Randy at the Ru-
Your; est Foot Forward, Strat- do G regor: Ning's Pony
S ton; Andersels Fairy Tales, An- Hawkes: Penny and Peter, Hay-
d ersen-,W hich was ,Which Jew- aw"es: re y ana Peter, nay- /
t.. RdesBn A ; B Tim wood: Grammar can be Fun, .
.et Ride Away, Bcrts; Time tLeaf winona's Pony Cart, Love-
p 'lay. Betts: The Princess w ace" Mot er Goose RidttI
the rty Face, Gates preis- Mother Goose Rid e
torle America, White: Who Rhymes, Low; Miss Pickerell
Built the Highway, Bate; Wait goes to Mars, MacGregor; Arn-
Disney's Treasury. Disney: ple- zouna Hide-out, McGuire: Mid-
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Voyages of Christopher Colum-Iand Pickles, Porter; The Tale of
bus, Sperry: The Adventures of a Fierce Bad Rabbit, Porter; The -
Davy Crockett, Crockett; How Tale of Floppy Bunnies, Potter;. /- ,
Did They Live, Peru, Fawcett; The Sitter who Didin't Sit. Pu- o "" '
Now Did They Live. China, Faw- ner; The Secret River, Rawllngs:I -1 "'!'
cett; Lee and Grant at Appo- Curious George Takes a Job,.
mattox, Kantor; The Landing of Rey; Dinny and Danny, Slobod- m'1...
the pilgrims, Daugherty: The kin; Curious Missie, Sorensen; ,.L..-
Lwias and Clark Expedition, The Big Treasure Book of f *
Neuberger: The California Gol Wheels. Sutton;. Tools for Andy, '. '
Rush, McNeer; Tippett; Cu,, for .TTre a son,
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FARMACIA EMADS0 UNID0O
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COMMERCIAL &I FOR SALE
P FOR SALE: Dressing table,
Mahogany desk, wicker chain,
C4NA- ZONE POLYCLINIC tables, encyclopedia, misc. items.
DENTC AL -MDI L House- '41-X Gamboa. Phone
DENTAL/MEDICAL 64. .
S ( I ftbrrl Or. B. Avlt h.* FOR SAL: nral Electric
D,r'. orgretow Uninersitiy) M.D. I 7-cu. ft. atenmatic defrost re-
TIV"il <(4th of July) Ave, No. IA26s frigeatur with large freezer
u-,,,-,- "Divan and 2 ehain with sllpcov-
on, matching mahogany end ta-
RETIREMENT, LIFE dio .m nil d
EDUCATION INSURANCE pia ir'u ni
other lamps. All ecalisnt condi-
JIM RIDGE tion.. Schwedmann, Panama 3-
P hone Panamsa *U3 FOR SALhI-Baby .bd. o.
S 061, 1ah Street. Apr. 12.
N EON: Phqey 443-A. Colei. "
FOR SALI:-9-cu. ft. refrigel -
ter. 60-cycle, ooed condition.
Call Albrook 2190 between 4
and 6 p.m. Location is Qtrs. No.
224-A. Price $65.
FOR SALE:-36-inch gas steve,
9-fe Frlglaire (..60-cycle),
good condition. 3-1552,
FOR SALEi Household and
perch -furnmturo, lamps, phone-
graph, plew, roam divider. Call
Panama 3-5332 anytime.
FOR XALE:-A Leonard electric
stove. 60-cycle, at a low price.
Phone 3-.0975 Panama.
By GUS MELLANDJE
.TRANSPORTIS BAXTER. A.
Piocket ShippM Moves
Phenes 2-245 1 2-252_
S Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIplNG SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping clsse deily
i to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
or by ep latment.
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swrieDhui mStm Bth
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Pa Jute AmmpeM Ph. 3-a21
for your typewriting.
Cheaper by the ream
Always get it at
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No. 1 Vis Eipa I
Tel. -8383 |
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FOR SALE:-1954 Buick Super
4-door. gooeed as now, only 8000
miles, radio,. new spare tire, duty
paid, $2500. Phone Panama 3-
FOR SALE:-1950 Vauxhall 4-
door sedan (t-cylinder), good
condition. Phone Balboe 4334 er
1409 after 4:30 p.m.
AUTOMOBILiE AT BARGAIN
PRICES FOR SALE
1950 Chevrebt 4-deer .sedan,
body clean, good paint, tires very.
very goed. Mechanically vdry
good. A real barein.
1951 Pentiae 4-doer sedan. an-
dio. hydramatic, signal lights,
nylon seat covers, clean ear. ".
1953 Chevrolet 210 4-door seo-
dan, radio, sent covers, sky blue,
1953 Chevrolet 150 2-door se-
dan, r a d i o, seat coven, oiod
paint, very good tires, mechani-
1953 Plymouth Cranbeok Sport
Coupe, radio, heater, seat coven,
new tires, low mileage.
1953 Plymouth Cambridge 4-dr.
sedan, c I a a n body, paint like
new. mechanically good.
1953 Dodge Cerenet Hard Top
V-8. radio, gyro-matie transm.,
/s/w tires, tu-tone paint, con-
1953 Buick Super V-I 4-door
-odan, radio., dynatlow, w/s/w
tires, u-tone paint, nylon covers.
1954 Chevrolet 210 4-deer se-
dan, radio, seat cover, tires like
new, tu tne paint, excollent
1955 Buick Hard Top Riviera,
r a d i o, dynallopw' yMinillion,
signal lights, back- up lights.
lather and nylon coven, tinted
glan, e. ltor and delteter. Now
ATTENTION 6. I.t J.w belle
modemw farmIhed laments., 1.
2 bedroems, hbt, add water.
Phoe Ponme -4941.
FOR RENT:- Newly funisbed
and unfureished apartment.
Centast Alhambra Apartments,
lO Sthro 1061. telephone
FOR SALI-l--bedeem, living
roem ap rtment in e use 45,
Automobile Rew, upstairs of Pan-
ama Auto. PFr detale ase De
Catro. No. 24 Ave, B. Phone 2-
FOR RINT.- Moder twr-bod.
re arartmrent, perch, living-
diing., room, kitchen, maid's
and laundry ree. Serened. het
water. For further information
phone -4946 r 3-6737.
FOR IINT:-Furnmlhed --bid-
room apartment. Panama tub-
urbs. G.1. only. Phone Panama
1-5445 or Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
mont on San Francisco Highvay
No. 120. beside Resevelt The-
ster.. everlnking S. A. S. Com-
missary. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Ideal apartment
for couple: bedroom, living room.
kitchen. Calle Darien # 9, next
6=fr 46 1 JA. l I..
The Army Education C e n t e r' "err e.. g." J.. *y.
Fort Davis has announced a new FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
group study course in public speak- ment, jut painted. 12 Cuba
ing, to begin November 21. The Avenue, Apartment No. 3, L.ro-
course is designed for those.re- do Building, from 9 a.m. to 6
quired to address groups or take p.m. Phone 3-4445.
part in discussion, with emphasis
on basic principles underlying ef- SAFETY BELTS
fective speech expression and ap-
plication of these principles. Ton DES MOINES, I. -(UP) The
ics will include speech cempost- Amcrican Fore Insurance Group ia
tion and delivery, basic and ape- .un,,.,d-.,n.n In. e,@ a IS sAauna
The Junior college all- car condition. cial types of speech and group
The- irls Junior College all- -- discussion.
star voTleyball team played an A U T 0 S E I S N M A N This course Is open to all mill-
exceptional game lut Thursday IBeside Cq Coel Plant) tary personnel and their depend-
ainst the Critobal Hih School Tels. 2.2614, 2-49", Panama. enta with U.S. government em--
*il-atar team. Junior C go was I
ahead at the R3611ti ie by a sub- FOX SAL: ash Tudor ployees on a spCe-avasilable ban-I
stantal lead, but I. the lourlt d r "ung" oe-f*,dor"' t'y I'
tsuarter Cl lon ed u *d..,' Il, it 1nevels lte a bed,"
_rt_._CBS United State
won the game 2.-27.B oth teams a do.sh eor590 dew., $11.50
displayed I"Will to Winplure the1 monthly. Call 2-3493 f".? to
ability a I to 0do it 1:3 p.mF ,
Favorable co ents nthe FOR SAL i eautifel 1947
first issue of "The otcal Col- Cadillac Limousine with every-
egsan" are stlIcho through hi, s$M Call. M id
the halls. Justin Wong as editor 2.2"7--5.-. It M *I ilw W^
deserves much credit for its suc- s
elas. The next issue is to roll off FOR SALI: 1949 Pontiac In
the press sometime in December. good condition, $390. BaIb s 2- WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 (UP)
Jim Maxwell will be.the editor. 2719. EvOIlag Panama 2.1747. -The United States Is starting
With examination week over it Middle Eat
everybody seems to be making FOR SAL.- 1951 Oldsmoble- policy in search of a solution to
the same old resolutions; to 88 TudOr. u-tsime. od 4ondi, the Arab-Israel dispute, Admin-t
study harder next time. It I find tien. good *ires, $7M House istratlon sources disclosed to-
an easler'way I'll let you know. 0432, Apt. 6, Ancon.e aIy.
The cast qf the forthcoming. .The review will get a big push
Junior College play practiced al FOR SALI.-1941 Ford Sedan. when Secretary of State J ohn
day Friday. 2-dor.,$25 1 99 hleck 2-door Foster Dulles returns this week
Parts were assigned twoweeks Cou.pe $65. ans 41-1. Phone end from the Big Four foreign
pao,.s he "actors hav*I 5-5 antime ministers conference at Geneva.
ago, since t n a-r " ha. .... -- ... The Administration hopes to
been reea. Practic.s e1 FOR SALE:-1950 Buick 4-dr. come up with final answers soon
day a lftea.r a l. I.S...0.ot Sedan. 4 now fimes, radio, seat on what to do about supply arms
Rem l t ntiWof na S_ _Q .ClI Ceee Sle to aIsel, guaranteeing Israelt-
edinl apstp l blo. Arab borders and providing eco-
ed in o nomle aid to develop the area.
eat tre (udent AssocatiOn'S ... President Elsenhower appealed
executive council meeting last rhnAr.Of AFLa t mg to Isael and
Thursday it was decided to hold hrder dia tea
a "Turkey Hop" Nov. 23. Games, bLe. order disputes. t Unted
food and ntrtainment wllbeSttes oulrepeated thatbe willing to he United
provided. If younive any bug- In States l tre t guarantee
gestions see either Joe Wood or the disputeoAd borl ers a toguarntee
Gloria Samson. Don't forget to nations woulted bor-rs if the twoun-
read the SAEC minutes which dartio and top uld W f tlaSon
are posted each week on the bul- BRONXVILL N... Nov. 16- a f atoppeal fighting.
letin board in the lounge. They (UP)-William A. Hogan. 84, a UB. ams was to be prec noted
affect your school life. founder of the 68.Iear-old AFL fr was to btat Depart-e
f~ou nder, of the .. ar-od.AFLfoerma -lttosthe iS to Depart-
a S e a ,: e International Brotherhood of men tod by Isrme amsbas-
Familiar Scenes at J.C. Jerry Eletrial Workers, died Law- art
Fox and John Thomas telling the rence Hospital today after alongtr m n alft would con-
draft dodgers about th4r "old izmess.... .
Navy day'." Arlene Vandergrift Tider to guar-
studying her Business Math. Jim First steps toward the. forma- ante par orera was
McKeown practicing the Ch tion of an electrical workers un- sent to'0- le er Rabbi NIl-
Cha Cha down the halls. Curt ion were taken in the home of le ai7lveto. reas ig to mass
"Captain pippo" Jefferies tell-.Hogan's mother lit flew York rally at York's Madison
Ing all the girls why he sold his City. Square -Garden.
motorcycle. t as'ore rdend .t identi-
fs The group joined the Knights cally with a s imltar offer made
of Labor and later became Local by Dulles in an Aug. 2 speech.n
,C--n l15. ,, .which now represents Israel and the Arab nations have
,'Sports Brie -30,00 workers in the metropo- notyet, accepted the Dulles'
li-litan area. Hogan -had been fl- plan.
--- nanelal treasurer of the local o ncWaldest gld that if a
for 52 years and international eet aliens kwoaed ohut, "I
BASEBALL treasurer of the union for 48 wsu tlcd b to cdom-
Draft board officials say it years. t wtate
may be 20 -day before a reports --- ------ *. i.-.i, .i.taty na.ce
is made on yesterday's examit- r|g ( il men ra e nSt r twartge-
ation of southpaw Johnny Po- Iv L e U J lu USDy emnte 4 Pi ut. or e twart
dress. The Brooklyn pitcher was mer by teeW o ln 1w drie to
rejected in 1952 because of a r .. e w alter, by f s ael l ion it rlo-
back aillftlt. 'ifl 4L-WNK nitw it o agS-am it
--- D l . U u ,B hal spent much of
A return bout at St. Nicholas NEW YORK, Nov. ; (UP) his tlM gofva talking with
Arena in New York on December Eigty wIvy League member of Sod 6mInttRt M.h
12 is the rie for Bobby Cour- the automobile-seliii fraternity- Moloto !tothows about the
chesne af rer his decision over they peddle Cadillaes-are b a c k Middle Sa, wUo e.IportI mme-
Miguel Berrios Monday night. at their jobs today, elaitg a two- diat onverstions to
Courchesne will meet Lulu Pe ,weeks strike which had taken, a lMr. nowe r
re or Berrfos in retrn bout'..good hunk out of their average The new review of Middle East-
The w:;. -' -at- $17,600 a year earnings.
ing team'%will d lon The ,0 saloemen had spent their
December'156 n -iBTrr the two-weeks strike pacing up and
Winter Game at Italy. dow with on strike" lgas in Un T T
n e LgQit skatenra .1Let uP front of five salos operated here
eoqarteu _.rCalbo. ,.I by the Cadilac division d Gen.r- INV ST EN
ra -%As. e -"ehapion M "t city's most -rospe a .
.ff'^^ -JE*11^^"<1"^HiliB Ai
ger cars with safety
Is. Classes will be a V to
9 p.m., Monday and -1oesday
at the Fort' Davis eenIW
ern policy is certain to go
through the National Security,
Council, the nation's top policy-
making body. The council I
scheduled to meet with the pres-
ident next week. '
The review Is being pressed be-
cause officials here have been
stunned by the wave of anti-A-
mericanism which has swept
through the Middle East in re-
cent months and because- the
Soviet Union for the first time
Is making a serious attempt to
gain a hold in the oil-rich area.
Meanwhile in London, Prime
Minister Anthony Eden doemnd-
ed Israel and the Arab states
compromise their differences to
bring peace to the troubled Mid-
"The stark truth is that If
these nations want to win l
* peace...they must make some
compromise between their two
positions," Eden said in the
House of Common.
He expanded on his remarks
made last week that led Iradel
to denounce his proposal at
compromise as "mld-e qt Uua-
"How can these ever be a
peaceful settlement unless bth
sides are willing to compro-
miae?" he asked.
Hp repeated Britain, with the
United States and France, Is Sii- -
ared to guarantee the, Midd
uast borders against aggrdMioo
after a settlement wh ic h ta-
eludes an agreement on fron-
"That is also the position of
the United States government 1I
will be seen from President 3l-
senhower's statement on Nov.
9," he said.
den's government, at the
time he wag talking, demoa-
abrated its support for the
Baghdad anti-Communist past,
which Egypt oppoaos, by an-
Meeing Foreign Seeretar
iHreld Macmllian will fly t
Baghdad this weekend to at-
tend the first meeting of theb I
Baghdad Council eompede of b
Iraq, Iran, Turkey mad Paltse t
Referring to Israeli oppoeltion T
to his proposals for compromise A
Eden said: "I did not expect thai It
what I said would please evel-:
__._BOX _l C 4p1s C. Z.
YOUNG C@0PLE wbeet chil-
dm 8a* viWt quartesm on
or ab& IS15Jan. S. Call Ancen
FOR RWNTt-Half b, a third of
a cite oeigf*ft Fells Maduro *
on C iteel Ave' I 2 (7-25
new, number).' or Imfleeation:
Apt. # 10 (7-17) pairs.
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EUNKTO I14 MGUARDIA 3S
the Panama Golf CIub, rmin
agent. and. Said Qaa0ebrom 1
In the Service
(Istaminsa with family
members or friends la the
U. B. Armed Forces are In-
vited to contribute to this do-
earta rt ailgdlats .t-
hi.a Zeae errleeoa-s Editm-
or, The Pansma-AmerleaB,
Sean 24 Pansama, I r. 1n-
formation as toe eervieetMls
whereabouts, their prene-
Uidoa and except* frea their
letters are of parti eulr In-
Photographs are ued, but
seme can be retunse.t
A/SC OUwx. fWOl -
A/gC Gll i ,tan eto
Mrs. Lena Sr aaMl. Oil*
art K. PWq xxfclak Caa
al Zone, h optera
4 States .- Force LTechzl
railing tSmool at Seppes Alt
Force Bale Jocatet near Wish-
DurlNgbla specalal&d ranIm s
a a student at Shegard. he
l reteive Inteve t.ek
stigned to prowMl wM t
be thorough knowledge ap
t SlM which he *1 be.re. -
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secue for a limited unumb
I-hOtene In a*n
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*r lidwffmue the fuilet
rtsgmbitk to -N
FA JA EL BATURRO
FOR RINT: ea lHfully fur.
bluE -big mruM,, kiteewn priv-
ile. k Mll ViMt, Moxe Ave.
at. Phome 1-0553.
FO REINT--Reiwdencs: bed-
re ae, prce, living
rm, dbhl rom Via Pews,-
tL Fit. bnr El -214 ft-
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winner of the Paper Matsolf toura held recently at
a Heart of Diamondj from Larry Perxa
per Mate representas ien Latin Amr crico)
Booked For Night
At Balboa Theater
Dr. Enrico Ceccarelli, world-
traveled hypnotist has been
booked for a single engagement
at the Balboa Theater on. Fri-
day in conjunction with the
scheduled showing of "Seminole
Uprising," a technicolor outdoor
Ceccarell recently arrived on
the Isthmus en route to Vene-
zuela where he Is scheduled to
The Balboa en agement wl
be presented at f:40 p.m. only
and those arriving for the ear-
y movie will be ab to stay for
thea stage etertainheat without
Paying rather admisston. Those
attending the ,ta&e a9ow may
remain for the last mo
Royburn Lays Out
Welcome Mat For,
-. The Democratic party Is
broad enough and wide smouh to
take nto it all tha gd a d iey-
i people. And we winl ertal
welcome all those who have itrq.
ed away to come back and help
us make Texans a banner Demo.
critic state,' Rayburn said.
PARIS, Nov. II (UP)- FrreaM
paid final homage today to Get.
maine Corbet Cot, good wfe and
moths'. beloved by thousands a
The witN of Pcldeat eae Co-
41r died sifetd lat Sat .
day moedln of a i bral eI-
morae at the age of s.
Today in the msopellftaS
dame Ctyfa su e stai an nwa
at "by"papal Ruso IIt
In cuPreser l
Members of the society or
American Mlitary Engineers on
the Zthmus are contemplating
the orlanlaUan of a local chap.
An organational committee
compod of Colonel H. M. Ar-
nold Lt, cOa. J. -E. Vick, Jr,, Lt.
Cmdr. JOseph L. Mahoney.
rames- E.. rlMan' Franklin
Van tendt. Fernand J. E. Choui-
nard. James W. Snyder, Jr.: E.
KM. ptoWder Jr.; E. R. MacVittle
and Carl 3. Browne have Sehed-
uled a no-host dinner and meet-
ing in the Fern Room of the Tiv-
o2i Guest House at 6 p.m. Nov.
The Society of American Mili-
tary Enginelers had Its incep-
tion In the experiences of the
engIneering profession in World
War I. It l composed of engl.
nees ot o*wstIterest d in
the advaneesent of the knowl-
edge of t heplece. og military
+Slu S:.~A~O *b amount
o In s fl a nced, a
lS .S;I.16h*Mr and
W u expected. Awrvations
mav be made by ea O Carl J.
town. at Balbos 2173 or 3072.
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FOR SALE:-Guaranteed singing
canaries $10 eC.. until and of
November. ACUARIO TROPI-
CAL PET SHOP, 49 Via Espais.
FOR RINT OR SALE:- Excel-
lent business located near New
Arralfan: Bar, restaurant and
cabins "Rio Cristal." Ideal ep.
portunity for retired American
couple. For further information
ealR Mr. Navaref, Panama Canal
- IO Panama 2-1347.
F SALE:-Geonet 1-11 me-
tband mobile coavrter $20.
Phone Albrek 4232. '"-
FOR SALE:-Feur-by-fiv Speed
Iraphle. 185. Few l Hilc6nI .I
front f Hotel El Panama, 9-12
FOR SALE: 1 pair diamond
uearlp., l4-karat each (7
points), $i00. West 11th Street
POR SALE:-Bakery with com-
plete equipment at a very reas-
onable price. Phone 877, Iox
Davis Center Plans
Public Speech Course
S 'We can help YOU with
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THE NAKED FACTS
4 BURLESQUE SHORTS!
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TODAY at the"
WITH THE SPLENDORS 0 TIEw
MOST FABULOUS C..ITY.
SAMd I spr that -t.thing as high priGed as that should
.p f.p hbe tqlled an apptizerl".
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New Orleas Service Arv. e.
G reat Whitr Fleet.
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New York Service Arrives
S.S. "CROLwV CA ................ .........Nov. o 2
5.. "BTFJORD" ........................... ......:Nov. 21
8.S. "MO0." .........................................Nov. 21
A m e.r ........ ............................Nov. 2
A :-M:uX ....................%................... Dee. 5
Weekly saihas of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orlean, Los Angeles, Sam Francisco
Special round trip fares ftro Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles San Fracisco and Seattle.
To Now York ........................ 240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco ....$270.00
To Seattle ......... .......e...$. $365.00
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a new, tinier waistline for yw-w.lth"'"
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BLUE MANGOES Ameri f .W ._ ia vistor-W rs. ..'.Hat.w the firt price winner in Q1
*painting, at the opening of th6WElima'A W Tw.e pidtre, i-"BFi -Wapainted by "Pete" Johpjoni
San active member in both the ~ e Q al \n Art Le.a-, co-.ponsors of the show.
RCA VICTOR RADIO,
From I.75 C.Weely
WhYV RIA' VICTOR RADIO HAS MORE DEMAND:
FOR ITS QUALITY BEAUTIFUL TONES
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You may also have the opportunity to win
$1,450.00 in Merchandise, that we are
giving for Christmas.-
that you pay, you will
Tels. 2-3364 2 2396 Avenld Central n.M 9-13.
I ,t with ajmauthb vou light
,T fLAME THAT FREEZES
*" Keeps fresh food fresh
* Chills drinks
* Makes ice cubes
For each dollar
get.-a ree, ticket.
Electrolux Is recognized throughout- th.e w ld the
finest domestic refrigerator, thanks to its tahnlcal
6. Offrent SizM.
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f1A P.ANAMA AMMUCAN -. AN NDEPMN T DAILY NEWSPAPER
4coad 4 i Ii TM Adlai Stevenson Comes Out Fiyhtinr
S 0A, & 34P-anara For 'Better America, Better rd'
"tl ~ ." ,' .. L CHICAGO, Nov. 16--(UP)- Instead he scheduled a news been meptUoedd aa behind-the-
.,,. ..4 .m.u .p..f. ebums-u W.-l Adlal E. Steveson. a reluctant conference for later today at scenes iavL.r next year.
r'r-- --r.. .ans --mi' candidate In 1952, came out which he is expected to name a In tryptind me for the
S ... .. -J -a " ,-41 " t a. man e b t fighting for the 106 Demcratic campaign manager and discuss whit eo will be
*. k presidential nomination yester- whatever plans he may have for bucking -r' olitital tradition
Marli Club Meets day on a platform of "a .better entering presldqntlal preference that .o l p1 p" 'a't.
MCtim at Dace (lase at Ulsn Club America and a better world." primaries in the states next
S .a..war.ai- f ---. ,la tiue popular dance a tbe- Ca heurd Corn.ege r ub -w .ml At the same time he out allieiReportedly Stevenson's gener-p ,id 1 -
,, ..A... teN. Mi.. a t- . eason, n Feb t hoe ofMrs can" to head his party's tic t staff for te 1 ampaher standard
S i es ll Mr. t Mra. Bn f ant, 2473 Morgan Avenue. Mrs. and wider oon dt ies which ll oo like this:m
.. .. ... it ... d pla ,d s_ r Arg Tournament are asked ohobring e mankind' universal dream."
tht' ver e Mr tw dirats the Fol pite negtives taken on He became the tint can- i, Jares Fnnen, ennayt -Adial.tevesrndfa
d ssess aS te tetripto the meeting. datean eith taeo..I nede anhar serear o f eta t, af ther of the present .emoera- RADO CETER
asiiev. 6- ine t.rip hatlnt o the rin gs r n for the 1956 cAtn t d leader.
... "-a-e.Me. ..a r o Mchasefr the bite Houne, Barrn g m edtor on carried- only nine
no^^ SL^ s t cB -"t (de af*.ATo Be t2.h formeri ngha m.Teditor
sg1Tsb-w0th patlospi 4 iet ad t Pesientxi
S. .q po the to re bel r ee oo vw up ent niseabor. as director of volunteer workersb3 e ma. 7 V A
St ch rZone"Colleg. -Atu the same tiom be outlined Wilson Wyatt, Stevenson's' e:of 27,814,92. Un
atf t eurdotta pohlr ce smt at .m.. at a "great opportunity to give a campaign manager in 1952, has Btt ..total was the
vesPt a pm r.mwill continue 93 n b pri6ra oemto rr w a l
S .Ia e d m s .Pndt ods athe Canivald eason, in Fob- .thehope of Mrs. Richard Sr- our people the higher standards
itU bairihMi.d Mrs. et,2e73 Morgan Avnl serve Mrs. and wider opportunities which
S ..plamlM. ed o ge Lee will erve as cohotare mankind's universal dream."
pin~wn6 cloed_ on pgteda, od e"These are now within our
sthed Panat soulk sewmrepdort o aWeed c u Sl n-r seFagse 'rSechn notsiomp oBr the favored la -a
S 1 ingsr byHer- few, but f or every amly in
he^S^^ -laB B d r-_1-0 Mar.sf ia ","3' "? ** ia "n7 / n. .. *
.e B t W, y. .0*,. ...i. |mae iWo.k will be reviewed bY Amnerlcs',- ddphe said. l
o.ge if aawer t. r s aetv s.l N.Y.AT nist "tyranny." (formerly at IN Tn
rS. Brn. antAubs ne, le-t, jt eahr, .TA To Meet He said the United States with
L T ~' a Ing . sr tPik4The. n Atlantic ide Parent-Teach- itsallies friends m ... ust
to anill meet on Man- work to uproot the deep causes Now at Justo
Ae a b l th n r rtt 21st ':S70p.m. in the of conflict and tension 'and toa' s e e s
I V^ South Margarita School. very o
ft; a s rouro ul owo.l lo n t thedermeans o of war and fo bovetpa
fl- "loeKm .-- everyone is asked to bring "toheisftede0natomic ine.t ,p g
14ZriLegeo oalEteite L by sthco laying -o m i hels foivoineg th tbe wnetla ,r al so -h
a Gr.. .. aCw.bee e sa tta VH , t Te ,o v 1u --"The taboot thrate ve. inr nounNo.
G re trw hbus bt o eakll active search for ai I'- .
Sdmsoetter American and a better.
S-,'; O rustinMd Lwr od,",StevensE TO U
". mo'._ C odMoAnta asecon; sas-e UbrS Stevenson, 55-year-old former
A. l uh n oiM.a M A nxt oa-n of llinois, not only de-O i y$5o-5
S tJreS hn Mr oandn Mr '. 9. Ul dared his intention to fight for 0 7.- ; 1 ott ... 1Ha .,
a:Com"tilbu e oaire no B au ir.*dbKraeJ...-. fa to DOWD ru athenn retiurb on laimdh
h e u r-. a lFuneral services for Austin X tonwide support.
di- d, P. a-a McDonald who died Nov. 15 at oHe listed three, reasaos for t
h-i, shad 'todayiB r eie to Toe Hospital take seeklu-ghe- s;-. 'o.r ...t.bn itm.eSntT ZmI,.Inity eal- wil.l ak Ue. "
a!a gaib ht/oeeReifpa e 3oat the Church of n God,.w J'G'loe.
S ro'o iI'b s T.ln o M eetngj omarrowbe.s l d. .iret hote iun .n 'ivlc .-.- -. ,
Stte.t E ns t d at L te OscuroRoad, at 3:20p.m. taft -
S* D itun c* M' OA M. McDonald, whwas a res- .n, .-m "n I. Expeni n *I .n '
coed throu... .' ...W pTomorrow Night a MY. T We-n- ri-c 044etjww t eed.p p a ... -
is Rles1 .al oI The Barbadian Hurriane Re- Rio Abao, ws 7 years d. represeptatePeIn and ou
ied tha womento the Preside- lief groups will meet tomorrow Is survived by his wife Mrs, Iris e o i UI
a and with guar othe Pre- night at the British consulate McDonald, children Mrs. 0l- rou, ty thr ghot the .. mlai
he B,.oripoiso-tishkr or Consut.latet:o ma.'.ou ntry-
iga.de -wistwere gecrtqd thro ughfIn Colon withIrepresentativesvofh ee McDonald de Ford of Brook-
the nelptiost m co ncil TooW fratrn.l. orga.ilzatl pi i _soia rlYn, N.Y. and P. George MtDon- shoudberct "-oowth e.r.e.-aivof.,Makeyur'appointment.,eero
and thetyeslowtr.ocnleubsibes t d. .. .een .. o .l i ... ,..city. Grandchildren ti p it
Chuchd o the Gol d A ow MOWclubs benevolent an4weldare are M irEvacEfte and Iriso
ytlhe ou a at te hi sand tales or the victims of Id eorge fIthe a Panama....
was enjone d bye-' 'tithe Tivoli the recent Barbados flood was U b'd /"t0iqm"nnm'announce-
noyed c on-Tuesday. Husband, Wife -en Ha"b.41lWo." At "the
Those attending the tour were ofola cl oAse.on Tid there hase
arrligton, Howard, 'Weintw't report of cah ne.l l. .S- oot It Out Or wil run
Marringtonffg, Bleb .ttn r,.by coordinating committee '* sal there Ias
Elsieu.f.t.g by.- . +,:ft. 4 .. .,.-.a&.
Joseph, 1 Ara eek-end, a'npokea"su~an cwbne ltoerwhthereNo.
S ousKenneth Popin J M duel..ith.h..|e, C. Coper .
IDouche CofC ey. ,Join Chil- .atr iin frh
AraY BrOPPP' Al bCertNri'na, suffered head and side
C Cough, John TB a rre t., -t-ir11
0, 1i guests wete Mesdames Ele-
nice DemingR. Z. Ryan of 0.C1i
B~nTo Proytde Funds'
BGhals Sponsor. For EUW Strikers r AlL EXPENSE TOUR
Lecture In Balboa Jsbeuextdo happent PDURGZNL Nov.16 (UP)- Your Skin. isTeling
lve uuThI IOUnIted Steel Workers
mean you should feel free.to Union announced today It will
Tomorrow Night d, In for a visit at.-any i. oUou" two 'reli
.lecture entitled "Challenge you k. A next-d rneuor werntior meor of the 010
D fh. e_ .- e '_Of t.e-Wes- me ,by stayingto .&long.M a Members involved In 'the wat-
mittus. S th#mkab .Mu -'e;wo now inits fifth week NOVEMBER 24, 25, 26,27 DECEMBER 4,
M# a t. a f,"w. in ..4e-.- ?2.
ii ....b,.a., o,, U. ,,, ofa. .. u~ ,,' b"..m.. .bullfight...
N 0" tot hk'' .- .. ,:iryhu.a eoaew-pm.. d 5) Two dyvs and two nights, all meals in- 5) Gud a took of. Me, It ,
t*re dry-skin wrriAltquickly fe. eluded at the finest hotel in Bo ola ) GuWidd( tenr of M.exico Ciy,
..... ...... .........i y.ur, sadysi riatiso v iu'm r fae, 6)look.celuded at the finest hotel inGBogoid,
I. .Get your Laonoia Plas 1.in1eioday. f the Tequendama.
e e i tonighL Artully E nt feel 6) Guided tour to the ancient pya',
B diference tomorrow momald.
SJ ) Three sightseeing tours of Bogota. of Teotihuacnn.
1 7- i iFOR FURTHER DETAILS CALL: PANAMA 245t;.&*
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I. .. .m ,. I= __ -- I ._.. (Cee.n.Bay wag covejug tb p cM '
F !) t men. I be~ieveW,.3[
TOMI___iSCINATIN .jAMANTIC could send Buddy You-,
___..______L_ FAJ.IN 'mmddi middle .nd hit him w"N.. pep
"TO"" o 4 I 1 -- athat might go for a
e-'threw the baU and At ws -.
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p o0 s Feengthat"Me
lpy Tdhrown. I didn't eeua .en
bad call. I remen w"EW14 0'
the tfimiwaim a u -
he opportunity, I = ,
young to fake to the
ut across the middle. -
I threw the ball in
Rtme spot as before a
bobby Dillon did t 4
We were lucky to 0
mor calk ike that
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i Spartans Threaten To Spoil Bill Dickens Invitational Bt Bal M ixed! .
ange Bowl Promoters' Hope Takes Gamboa Foursome Suni At Panama.
Prf ntn Twon op I' Tourney a old an ll best, b
UWWWWW mlzDe fourste at the club Sun-
NE RK, Nov. 16 (UYP> MI'g an State Dill Dickens takes led with rer ol lb on vitlati n -o
tr-4- first oweetn p la hae re've an Invitation ora Sg .
Snament are Al Corsal '5-5-, d to a gaa tournament
se enation'sw twotp tan-fomrsomeatooepullub p si Ttae n
a Sn pr C have moved up anT West Vl ing t tied fo R a E er w o-7e and a n e t a
n the United 15th pce. t recei l e tom ev- te
r caches rating, Ins vCp nlori fd, Iowa In the 1sn 55 e a s Ct. cIoi sae r
r nrtbbly willh seeigan State te edy uer 07 e alone and a patio *'
ate F Oklahoma, theb Oag r l p O I G o C thei Pa mam tob com Iet e yee
Wteam in the nation second Dlace on the basis onfa a nd theae mupr a
St la .P. poll, 18 of 42-14 win ver Minnesota, while Jones 1 3-
S coaches ice Oklaho- Maryland struggled to a 25-12 m mit lC es TlP lr be mae b
S ioa as beipt. Ten coaches picd vi ct ub oer lesoa n. te t.. R. h L.Cey have until un d No 2 .- 0 e Btamen o f et bouislt n
ea Mar havemov ked vucpary over Cemson. t; 0et 7-5h ft thatI t
is a nd tour nith U ed 15Ath e kom We tr mixed- foursomeeve nte ntries
t Michigan stat, an th our pactn oa aMurray W ath s y to complete ist h d Id u tet o t
adlan Oe onla at he r Michigan State is a team tha d pa W the e ou e
Late, ncntry-rfnnesTexa A- tilthedal ine tor beTome.a e Asr e w wo el 0r 16 a 7d hor to, la tde r f Thn the ht ..
nd aCnd e n th do anything. armath saysa, the d t g and A
Gether m pete in this u nu a o e air. Only
A, ith t votes and Texas Th went right though an 35 entries have beu re
Inr the atomes NvAubr,1 lub of4 wnoecbn r n ourvllta while 2 E rc d
i srisila i wh ope. ran b ocked two u n us. t wae thus far, and the tou rnamert
Sow homers hope Oklahomaesno trick. Justrn rght over ourT a committee would lik e bs to see m tu t r omt
'and arland finis one-two to blockers.o They had tol muchimuciarerotrnBl
i their ,om .tion actual speed for us, and ran andw tao- muchl u ag or -u r." An. entry- ee of one dollar i
t be sf r t e nacioa l k k ed e too hard h"a theI icentsunda 1 c l ope will be n to defray he .O'
- -nhp^. R L. "1C -. Cofleyen 9 a 24 0 Icot of.e -te peer s All prizes will. u -c,
SAl Corsr aly e 75 5h '? 7 . ehiFdretwou wlwne a
Michigan Stateandf ourpih eound., op moor, J.(.6 rsdd a ke rirst 3Holes o ..ibta mmu cr oat l *g
th lanT s th, o fesiors, lawyer o of la-nly four dags e Tommy Jacks t i a a L te ethe nt.the PA n W
an Ch r Or tiane seventh, tonfndtil th e deadline to, become iMalie Askew ng f ernte
UCLAlwth-.wovotesuanind TexasA- itreetrg h .g hna2 daze t thpstr.ah Tf ones'nnul .m i "OyhJihenltw
Crsen iand ienth -pe. oanked ounsdti e noof an Th Al t.ea g, TH st puar tc.- An n e eClo o le oeH
- -oA Techinisout the cekJutrno t rihve reort arandI bhat e r ofthe thentaouor.am, tThn, t h E .NO.. 'S.
t ro p no o Yop ON on aten.l Rge putla i-t ha mche s tUhetro tub e a1bo oles Cth daae taS md d"
AB fPneery t.oe Pt Au bun Pcl mc a-ur the -- Bro, lSCaCorlure9dn e breSd betr le oreAswllawa
.it ss in nirmppiondue.P tsurga rol coip- ddctrd ohasrloor- anedrt97h20 77 ... c eos p uhsed t i thei.
- The e of" .ern atie. hof victhkAe a e iCanal ont E Jones 103e2r7s,!hTea- e ,. Hree a otesoepdn the odsplubhteoiusewn te r8aTr. htre .ana lm c m m .tte
tI ndr- tn a .ame b eto we n thedesBrist3r toG oen- ost-he at pla o e.o t g Aa flm anat ehrn a o. o
Spo s B if T clubb infGor metd ot odayC w that rh e I5arr n ll;SE s ompIh u &son e Mri BT. gin 'e wu b a.nm.. earoutted and E thee-
h ird. Th eofandeed Inre. a b nhe, sitor gonere resc e 7, Co5t70 W n8.orppt, to righ. .la .e evein'nor th 0e. pla yers. o f rthe |_____
patedanin tat onknTe rae.es .atil at e indt oen c lst ofh ew h f th ap i t Then..oe
n th Orandgeto wlh Cionthrd ec datilymers ofn t n a bertagC Ae t e l t c t . w T
seno-felaTerrhaninsat m t t heu n tnmsteIt. the Nstina ol anaee tote saus one hean ualet letion of e8 ll ls d s n
tor M R bi co T ofthe gov ern entf Pn Panama's mst1 n o lfthe wi ewis t of te, d, .i .
.eate Ok aubfrth B, unu and ohtinh ensdools. Noimll. h 9 7 _. .tra e recasw aa Gbw be biars a..nd' he 1.
SAvteer eeh .suomh lNl end ha be Linem.ae Clemmons. Jay -- .e .a dwi be on me, asur e tap, C oub an the ld cthe Cubho e o an 8t ree ployer--T.. Hl, D.
ticsAllpHS t ,aDr, ow.s -t CHSa Rob- toJgan..1D9d5d f e. -thhame o your feter. LAret f tern. 6 ah u. ho baa d a
Ths lub iknvitepresi no onlyfEdtonf es 19552seasonis 4 ates wll Dere tpme eub about noowi be haog le at R oa the clbtis aThoundmt IdayD
Sports Brief:sv o.m. BBas Maloney Wm .C n Tow Nortn. Lewer di a r .l to accept entries from s.ntle- ember 8, at s8.m. Details .il .
Th gt-wis season egho Plrsererofm thegrB HIeoe Li Jonns WlolaavZ.eif t os wa i unr-3 .e. men without partners Ta e o e announced a ner...
-1 eCtA-ofl I necFo r Uo T ieers, T re lve,,wcorse, clmtA~Senel o the snios dhumer es i G I
Sith oFears, CaaaoafI C.. aoumfAob Club v nthe :luA ll e non.
list8Of Athenumbdte ro_0. aaf Mtthe
d i wl Lu C m arn Robeto rpe. hil s first o aend. e,- mForw tllnA pmeut e ite a ol a. .fin tb e n
e cnIviatnd "Garepr esentf orty Thateduel. Cod, players e s l- f d nC olshmu c enk'3H l sdnt b en tri s O ---. e ompanet et hedlbyal tusten thn ere S e-e n tw 1e pos mPtGgC.
Ataticd The aMi t Cow a nfergne r eln ina the, rcstoowneryoflrgene i mane io's for o, dn dniv ar. Ca l
c- theatreaangBolc.wawonfe cesr lnndin as etashn Tetma fieu o-
byMis Wee- wthoae nto nma.tchantrrie .-ann ter rtansenIor oysr e np Jr, nin ps l eit haet T ih-o e.n
thiird asvteduanimuf roan-wam th e fo toa res ton aaas ortth ira 3 med le pyotheelo u a tio. oe n
sendth oeTJenpinsStaeh e etrA1d .. ..... en.m B a, ba hee mai ngal i pOystsibedi n torname s, particpan t l a r .- lbersaorthe a eo e o h a ove ste M,- l. t--
ba tan "HigahomKingethird. b1ndiye ga ay, oid m bratdt af ouri hoondm hNtionaadcp. trhbe fanamusan tihe C tana y.ne ti foeen h. a0tolfCubeE Rb thl eI di g
Therpafeerence.UPiverss di n will Panamae-0onoblaterthan erto. Tpflesan th inas JwiPlalarsth etugeseodaCmeeekdnheCluhoue at
suchH POTSTOe Mentiolminedmbe h ga rom a 2o Of t e1 oarb, l eei tok so l. .
tcI".A Li4 an -. Mlreane thi 4 5 ntat tha md n e, ha pub rriatdoter en le ted e ah bat eeplay rs-. Hn .
lth.N ATTlRAb-ION- N -ioonCharanto core, -wCO ""." " " ""
This uTait s pn, LeIN C HESE Rorn b irth crtom- nameof yorsarn e I l a wfam cur tenrmI. J-h y 13111. 'there i.th ,edlouh
TUFanGhtOnortal ahoe must be chedod a p a rnal Fo lo Telwh whlre a gMerlo me we es hB iupd for "hled .m-'IB
O s iNiihtb une ery-aptes. waniliedat well mI t butitwa noibkleo tnsofCthe cb Thsa y Dec- tw .
I I'-tmyVt[eokunoweNor, Lwtthe presnt ios toZaccepteentriesffresentle-eObehr- ine atr8opm DesthaTlsh wllcl onoft.a.1
BcIM e W in whin' will hade ta thait ntil r men witout artes toe be ann riounced later.hole us
(BICKJC- lay from t B ION ne yeardchh a byt et-eues Inmb r d of adaynd -i f ro9ped ai l e ne Cttvifl-
Shlhminta ot ah e witn adey o the niosdmbnmero em s5rwillbeo lted .h.
_pTA Eit toC mAR kin honoraIe~uCuma first t Fo nonl eev d ce bt t eth everbefo
-om an"itdteoKI gr nw eC.Fo rayersweReosfbert- .. lt msffiembers oyyour inao th e twier mazed abta te
SchoolTteam with One maming6'ilp $et1.ermie d byitht. Par- c I" t 'ametbertopn to nathilsY.af. tha 31 t
from tH e C ON. Jr.C oileueam A '12 ole. edtl playu s.tateal a ndtod" ti aver t
coI_ ._Ric__ _Ca.n__ Rio . committee Is leaving nothmem-I tn eatfor)the..Anw a--...e ITO
b"MsIwiM.IeCREer t h d a lungte r owuan eilln und ne
roundsseorditteid.tTh"_Thers t nalubtimvsataaeminimumethcost.arc.'iIn.thesercolu.msou..,sthirW.thFelipe,11.
I gKg1p do s uI d ,o v. 20h. __,_,_ _ o ....
"HI toI" |en"tion fligit cd i t c ceoen"aingat-Panamam111t n llItr h lo.a!
..m.iem-r s6 ndich shouldeand hpior toAon aneemaedfTeour partner. La coteemo
8by0.P.m. k '2w Nor m. aLu enoDer s amter S.hat asip on the s.1ev
I ~ ~'.,
h M 1tnarted to the Ote.
a foam tabbed forth
Pe Ited It to the istn tw
ine as the hottest la I 1
ne. 1qog into the Vendal it
.--'tle Oreen Wive had Wai*
re# "(M, tree of them.
! e1e. Who
It'Gnolemm to lmach
SAbra on succeesive USt -
? The lat $erpermaB
did bealed th re I e
iw 6iian sehoo u ry.
ITlaMesLt beean beate
uylh r ai the routo.'Tbe
S!lmd t oo* Anuld mtvm m
uouaPa'aua Jb~Vauam ~b*
i, -;,: ---Mug..,Un T oo
ThiA from a idweb IM
T 10 u pat= oulop f5 If bals wee fln-
,. parle wi two d -&
JOE WILiAMS PB bt havee b te ein .........th
y.aof course. d e ha. the libead g hepatweek aome
na le"' -r,, co----players competed in the first
JO.W LLA...OWb ,aehpe.delopanecebptaor it with Banama ,ovc 0r.
t.minent dia co n ot alws As y n, toho, r lay hava noter d the te fM mIest a en
A .wuhj1 n w amlext egsoLor psinal of the aul Ar ngE-l
we develo aed an o8 1111m -At -,,d --,,dnho .f
V S man ith w asoS.v bloo,-amed uo ward. T < peridMU tf 0as mecnt trune s ofachfligshtat.
.... ...l iidNea to b eeun f eiu ui' i u
t B a sre ftroart M be look" against the chsbaerlt bitlal g t i UaMd phem UtbM ofrud a=
rhso 49e0t noathlwayst apsewill Atnll adO thare y trulay Wer. below.Mustnbiet
S. t p the cunda, oaches.O.
The- a' is the only ar Wich had two sepeM, gim "We knew that if this outfit de- ht b Torues
... "is. for thee reglala- e tnfree to elite i becoe a better .-ure.. Aria. match essr, ok.s
l loseln.. e-be, of sets In area, sponsors) eti bemshP.i "Ta t, nk W dI ith B o ....O e, C ouP .
One the la aTe taug A looker room sas, wae somu more Ouspiit than any cate I sh e Bome si s P" iues,,s
I rocking knw a that hfre er a di g fithn h .u e v. Chto ma T
"r ex-eosses." Taeas I sense qbisC tomorrow ing comeback. will mee atli ch.
/ a -t a will likely get a ,paF "I couMn't have eete that ourge or y_ .
w dv hrUwttl hive ee e tn ,0.R f,, Vletd el.Te
ft 46 4e tae roin hclism b te athe taovo witih lt's cSlerMl easeat uai Oe noSfft lAeWgiof1.i-ul
a ahr spi- time, o b Cq e, Nonre aC il esma-, tl ot a t. Pro abals
w*tas ea .bek9 Btbwt and Darta(Outh fresilnlpn mflUa, MacarroV bi Yo
the lteag o lash at Pnrovidpne toortoow. Both PJ ncy. Jhath If a
i-he sa we halted. ,Ov Us,, * 0.
IA .AI e Vwesfw blo .A. Aim Ith e nati n f, n Te a ,t e Mo So .
Se *o iti u t t *
.4 1 aawti11", hvtelvotil, ssoIs*iat0o'lWpf I -i J t s. ,
W| 16 itkUli, Dartmouth tackle, la a butter at the Hiso,"v-r i"0t Is A afu t criks ,re vf -hok d
r e o -. has -_ time, .ndBob C ne, no.r_ .a.. U n,I ,. -." mteh to rooh ProAnbel
I.t^ZjJ .,.. ,-J I?,.. ....~ ...** ; ..hl._,,o. f *., I t ,, ^ .e I V rd I L I.
n UTiiW eagf -n -K.* *^ urr * f -- n in U ems. C-Ude
hade Itj Wtin seen games. -Prlanetetb and Georgs
-Tebifyou care, are the east nonbobblers, each having loat
on rfour.. r ,
A Np6It' af4u Ipow m ch Forest EvahevakI if playing
on th Ocoe flelu Is an advantage. "We've lost only one co0 .
enmce Pganb here the last th eam,"s he .r: We
Swell on the road, n tbe os
* , .., .. ' '. .
S.-m-* ,f.bar hIY M noagiM NDt w, yt the f-et
4 h*ra 1w y,,,,. ,- m ,age ea .," ot
^t.- @11ll ar WU eAbM stall tm su awbbleg.)
whdte a "di hru *48i~
-whdo ef.* hlJ WH-
en dwo >A fhAp a rJAu
i 'i . li l imei .. .. h .......l i l ii..'
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Dwald O'Coiar and
WR-.It's an Qfficula' dighi out n a
Belpre and Rutlandl0.,%. teoms. The
ei'1 111^1 0- Ieu* "*
Sof Marletta CdIlege, got too close
out. He was revivet by a coneague
CON IN THE '
els ri trip hffe ,he
agalf he. has sameeded lri
In only two of the now ompletod.
begn seen in the role of a elv made. L I
fer e has been attached to a rrMWh & t Uf i
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The opening of "FRAN S IN wa
justly famms Al las immed as *q*fnva4l
thoerfoN played n the 'sMt seMk.wi
Conmno, or Peter Stlrta i h known
teris, learns of hise o ndl Uij e he
rub"m to the a a d of tdmre.
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JESi-m wEa., Nov. 16 -
e- Frederick C. Millr Sr.
ant of the 'Miller Brewina
aft an estate of almost two
iW tory of the MUler es
in Waukesha County
today showed an exact va-
$,0,7109.75. It includ6O
df the appraised total o tiN
of his son, Frederick C.
h6 died a few hours bere
and his son were fatally
in a plane crash Dec. 17,
(Continued from Page 1
ed for a period of -dx
limed he had been swim-
eit at Hideaway Beach and
,, back when he was picked
e police. The arresting w f-
S said the man war comn.
dry and had no bathing
Shisa possession 'when he
pr1g sentence, the judge
ou were loitering there
t any business to be in
LSIlII MtillWIPi l a ll
Ten members of the U.S. House
of Representatives, all serving on
the Public Works Committee, are
making an 18iday tour of Latin
SAmerica, beqgnning Saturday.
* Nine of the legislators, most of
are flying to Havana from Miami THRI D D DIN E Lg0DLD at Of a house reutsi ara 0
by Pan American World Arlways ter caused a landslide iat. eo oe .oee. Police eporte ti
to start the swing through six __'____l__ItheBshop___PIl____ were___
.,Representative Clifford DavisD yner
the committee, is joining the tour-
Nov. 21 in Mexio City. o e er am
In Mexico, where the group if
going from Havana, the itinera-
ry includes visitsto Merida, Tax-
BuPcWPco and Acapuleo. From there,
UPSWEPT STYLE--Govern- the House members are flying to
meant gal Jeanne Marcuzzo dis- Guatemala Nicaragua, Costa Ri-r n
plmade from miart otton jsweepacket ca and Panama, returmng to
de fro w e Miami December 6. in- DENVER, Nov. 16 (UP) The Initially only for the death e*
fabric, a no11 ,anw weave devel- While on the tour, they will instate charged John Gilbert Gra- his mother because she Was
oped by Dept. of Agriculture spect progress on construction of ham yestordar with the muder- the rimaery victham, beth M-
researchers, looks like linen the Pan American H i g h w a y, for- insane fbidoling mother aided in Denver, and i t w ae
tand wears and fels like linen., which will link Mexico and Pan in a bob nce that caused an with Denver, and it w
I Fr commercial Production, the i n a bomb Flo that caused an within that jcofsction thaty
cloth would mm e rcial producto, U ma. a liner to or"gh, killing her and the plot was hatched. Howev er
cloth be d o ort Other Democrats making t be 43 other posom.
staple cotton, pretty much of tour are Represpntstlves Tomonshe said he also could be thud
drug on the rorket Thisoe Ste oue (OlRep nt a.) Jone afor c A veteran prosecutor, D e n. for each of the 44 deaths.
wa mad the of millrsweeping e s iju teed, (Oka.), John C. Kauczyn- very's Dist. Aty Bert Keating, fil- W. A. Patterson, of Chicao,
prove it could be done. De ski (Ill.), Thaddeus M. Macho- ed thecharges against Graham, president of United Air Lines,
likethisthelpstoreduceAmeri. i Va.). and Kenneth J. Gray (Ill.) cae h d government fie short G raham in Keating's of-
trua r.e e saa tbl e e of tHa Keating sMle would seek to were formally filed in district
sIgroup are Represent atives J. Har send t ehe mi dark-haired court.
ry McGregor (Ohio) Hubert B. confessed u o to the' gas 9 United States attorney Donald
Scudder (Calif.), and William. C. ch.lam erb th Canoe City state elley said thetgovernment, in.
Acrame Ki th.up wi proa t "relinquishing Graham to state
Truck Kills Large Graham, married and father of _cu tdy for trial on "the more:
Trcbr e Rob el ,and l coaresl an, two an tW pdre., was arrested serious charges" would tryhim
Buck; Passersby e d rs e shortlyin t my ata d technical charge of
Brhiso ch he iharedng a national defense utiliy-the
Butcher-CarcassTis ,or the d y n a- plan-if he were acquitted of
Butcher Carcass Pushball Game Too mited w'ota .United Air. murder
WARSAW, Ky., Nov. 16 linst raised in a Kelley conferred with Asst
Veu.o was the main course on M uch 'Violence' flaminig9. cNo. 1n r. ., one -
enumn othern ce ontLoigm-t,-a., i all fore announcing the govern-
a number tb northern Kentuckyboard. meat's decision to turn Graham
dinner tables last night as the ATLANTA, Nov. 16 (UP)-Em- The 0 Mrs. Daisy King ever to the state. He said the
resUlt of a~ accident on U'. ory University has outlawed the 55, whoep!1 has been insured was sno federal statute appliea-
8Jhway ;.., annual freshmea-sophomore push- by Graha lm at a air- ble uder which Graham celd
State trooper lmer Lowe gald ball game because of "mob vio- portU machine a be tried for murder in tah fed-
truck driver Thomas R. Lee, 39, lence" and put the hu ge 180-n f'w h took off eral corts.
CovM Mton. Kv., reported his truck pound ball up for sale, school of- on the on a trip to Graham had confessed Monday
ht and killed Ate lae buck ear,.- ficials maid today. see her -is Alaska. was to devising the homemade time-,
ly today a$ it Crossed the high- The contest., aYearly a ff a I r one of the e91, ora killed, bomb that ripped the big pla.o
way. Bhut the tic trooper Lowe since the 1920's, "has always got-,Five ero UWNI also perish- minutes after it had taken
arrived, paserabby had butchered ten out of hand and serious in- ed. from the D
the carcass, leaving onlIy the juries resulted," Dean of Stu- Ke a ameancrd ea. from the Denver Municipal Adir .
b~ead. Ie a rtuna flight to Portts E. H. Rece aid. eheland, .
I d. dentr E. H. Rece aid. rtheA M' e Graham The government would not "re-
WILD J1L HICKOK
*i- .Ieed e
botham and Ralph Lone
"WN t'll, we de"
e mri: wI.
veal details of the confesais Wit
the Rocky Mountalnt News said aI
a story by David Stolbery teday
Graham had spent an anxious
minutes waiting while the plaM
was delayed in its take off at e
T rI two Colorado
district, in Denver and lWdd
County Colo., where the p, age
crashed, could have prosecuted
Graham for murtler.
But Kelley said he conaldedit-
'in" the bet interest of J*ImsI"
to iave the charges brought In
He said the latter easrt would
be more available to 'the hpi
wLtesses such as eaf p*W Oa
Federal Bureau ofd T M0 im
a ae te s. _.i.
_*am Waa M Vi a ,Po.MO ,O I
em idbto she -lo-lMews, -
It am w"t t
Aaet the timing dari taxr
howK.?. sa a
ltwt 1W ;^
AN INDEPENDENT iT m NW APERl ."
SPanama m rd From Dirs To 1Boy
MIAUM, Nov= ) ..A-A MiA. and DkU 9 Sure= promised gad
e yesterday to fil
die borrowed a c to pose price. a they explained bi ata
"*et the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraharm Lincoln. hi o sabby dhoud h :ch rd o A
,M, doo. h~-dA "e could more a btat- to "care or ... .
PANAMA, 1L F., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1155s geVt CEs:e e 'I'd have ben.wacfszG 6-601
PANAMAh h e, W.N~D N* O ,Bb S a m ,,, drivigug ik ou (Ga rW.'u
The Miami. blck market in ba- arl 3, p ,!Cdbce "0a1 It ut.tawM i bj i a Idial
Sancy Molofov Footwork Ends "a"-w1- d ota
(DTe na.) brought opt testimony Jveae Judge Hearr v t o
Sonauched 0dop n nPhe ry b of t h
y itAla., ME n,'and= tnofaof Augas-
fr the commit Dr Cole Mter Wp letter
VA, Nov. 16 (UP)- The report to President Eisenho w er ry session on the closing day of 1. President Eisenhower's -in which" a i had told
rejected an eleventh hour on the moribund meeting. the Big Four meeting tonoow. posal for mutual aerial a Califor cople to forward two n
security proposal today and The Soviet proposal appeared and exchange of military U-6 -r lRS A5 adp s d
solemn pledge to' The final session of the Big to be a last gasp offensive to b pr is with Russia. Molotov d Ch rc ill Returns edhbI-a a n
ae battling for German uni- Four conference was. called for a propaganda victory at the ying turned down a U. S. plea in the Ri d h o a e h ward for o arn
This afternoon with Dulles and Qeneva conference and cover up conference that Russia accept the From Riviera Res tempr dos
Big Three Western foreign British foreign secretary Har- the Big Four deadlock over a cold plan immediately. another M to iHamilon
ters met this morning and old Macrmila and French for- war peace in Europe. LONDON, Nov. fore child for
on their reply to Russia s eign minister Antolne Pinay a- The llth hour Soviet moves cli- 2. The Soviet proposals for re- mer. Prime Minister Sir inston month a month.
Molotov. greed that Russia could not pass maxed a long conference day in duction of armaments and a bin Churchil came hoee to Britain Jud rd told the c
wily Soviet foreign in- off their squabbles as a period which the West rejected three on atomic weapons. by plane yesterday. oding a sum. mittee made child place-
r slipped in a new-deadline of weetaess and light. Soviet proposals for a European an er-lns vacation ,B'the French ments "t6 the best. o my abill
on European security security treaty because they did 3. Two British plans-one for very fr the last 20years. He
last night that forced a Russia's surprise last-n i n u t e not provide for reunification of an armaments control zone in Eur- The 81-year-old stateman ex- at his r a gr jury last
leoasly unscheduled confer- disarmament plan proposed con- Germany under free elections. ope and one for effective controls changes brief pleaOsetries wi t h ear inv stated e v e n i 1"w. 18 (UP) Frae~r
session this morning. tinued consideration of President t e U. over disarmament airport oflcalsthben Walked alow-court at oust and found"crial. R carI y thebrink
otova proposal listed points, Eisenhower's "open sky" inspec- n their on h U B u ly to a lkd on the clam of the court and its person- ler 21st pt ar government
cement and disagreement on tion program. ish and French foreign ministers 4. A French proposal for budg- a ramp aned r n ueleri todatAi 2dAr
eadbeked security issue. were preparing a joint delara- etary control over disarmament. homee in u .no t
S West believed it was tossedI Molotov also came through at tlon to the German peomm s t t he w
the last moment In the hope the last momen with a new p~ro g the blame squarely etll
be included in the con- posal on Europan security viets for the failure to unify
fice's final communique, caused the BI Four foreign m8"- Germany.
1 s .Dulisters to ocen ee moan extra pDulles told Molotov bluntly the a at e
te; would gtve Moscow the - West could not consider "fragmen- I M a i
wavhe Moaow the wiNSth e1 .
taWt pRM to tary" Soviet proposals igno r i ng
abluate tp mw a the "summit" Big Four confer-
able~ to 42r it was a v t for nest month by,
met that was used once directive that European see- .to 30 vot
basis for the wind-up of rity and German re'unfiat io n Fa ro mptay i the star-
must be linked together. enatol W m a to
Geneva parley. But Molotov bounced back with
West alsobectoe d t napt $sal after proposal and got..
at. Itaeobjeoted that htethee1stwr. 1106 al ad 6h
On disarmament, he issued a
aonfrnc ends today on draft proposal 'that the Big Four ddng the p
et the d oor open to an ev entu al E ast- Matu r Day tFue. 4
ofSterJes Fer eS West agreement. 1 hieand#with a 'ree
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