The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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PINT-SITjD PILGRIMS. First graNers Itm Dilfer and Jane Pino play the parts of (
Pilgrims in their classroom dramatization of the first Thanksgiving Day, at Ancon sci
terday. Costumes were made by the children, as part of their Thankgiving lessons.
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Colon Agin THE MAIL BOX Clubs Set T G

1 W elCOm eS EDITOR'S NO*:-i Deposed Argentine Presddent Juan D. ..
Peron' view. on n .lglon, and his exeomaunlietion, have
|been regasude as an important factor aIn iMs tumaltue
BHe has en seve)occasions emphatcally ned ho
A de Lesseps :uc."ai..o.f.. and... i-
Is a staunch raoma Catho. Last Sunday we published
unt Pierre doLesseps fldant of Peron aehs left no doubt concerning the Feron
Count Pierre de Lesseps r. rpon views on eerta spec of rell ion. -.
covsd ascordialewelcomertolthelon
Ceived a cordial welcome to the Wefell that the nature of the Rdegls article was a
City of Colon today, though the clear nadicatim of there they stood a, qestlon that hadt
fanfaree was not in the class with not before beoe clearly answered.
that given his great grandfather Mrs. Kathl en Hardy of Ft. Davis here avails herself .
when the latter's ship dropped ef the opportunity to give some contrary opinions, M, *
anchor in Unmon Bay 75 years
ago this coming January. Sir: .- -
The present Count's illustri- In your note re: Mr. Vittorlo Radeglia's article in Sunday's
ous ancestor brought with him American, you said that contrary opinions are equally entitled to Any day now the "club set" on the Canal ZouaiW IU
fresh hope tlkedt an Isthman publicity. he following s my reply. be able to stand up to their own bars and purchase a bet.
bus' day would really be cut Mr. Radeglia's vindictive denunciation of the Roman Catho- tie of spirits at tax-discopnt price.
at Panama. lic Church and her priests in so obviously prejudiced,, Inaccurate, The reduction of 75 per cent of the Pu mu d
With Jean Marie, who heads and illogical it wl olJy Arouse a kind of contemptuous pity on ex e reduction o t 75 per cent of $1 Pm
the French Mission commemo- the part of the average Roman Catholic. expected to range from abot 75 cents to $1 per
rating the 150thi birthday of Fer- Only hitch is that President Ricardo AriM execi
dinand de Lesseps, the Count However, since Mr. R. In several places takes great pains tonly hitch is that President Ricordo ArKs' exe tiw
was convoyed to Colon City Hall establish himself as a member of that church, I think some of order of lost Tuesday has not yet been printed in Panoi
for official ceremonies and later his theological inconsistencies should be pinpointed for the sake m6's "Official Gazette."
entertained at an official lunch- of non-Catholics, who could not b e expected to see that many of
Peon. his statements clearly manifest a total Ignorance of even the I t's in the print shop though; and Poanam liquor d
As simplest precepts of his avowed religion. ers are all set to give the discount to their club chu
Also in the party was Doml- 0 so n
nique de Grieges, deputy director I quote "a picture of the Virgin of Lujan to whib he (Pe.- ers as soon as the "Gazette" publication makes the pro
of the Suez Canal Company, who r6n. prays every night" No Roman Catholic ever prays to a declamation effective.
Cape Cod made a northbound transit of picture They pray to God, to His Blessed Mother, to the saints All this won't do a thing for home
hool yes- the Panama waterway last week. etc. but never to a-plctare or statue. This is a small point, but a All this won't do a thing for homekeeping Ca
SDaillie) Today's ceremonies end a four- very basic one and one which no practicing Roman Catholic would Zone men and their ladies. How, when and if these qSa
nday program during which the mltate. non-club-member souls can purchase tax-free Chr
French mission has been guests,
of the Panama government at 2) "I'm an Italian, and as such a Roman Catholic" cheer remains a mystery.
El Panama Being an ftalln does not make one, Ipso facto, a Roman Catholic.
Many Italiabs are practicing Communists, -the direct antithesis The discount stems from the live in the Repnabt win aM_ t
Yesterday a bust of the great of Catholicism. To be born a Roman Catholic and baptized a Ro- treaty revision and ancillary a- entitled to the
Ferdinand de Lesseps was un- man Catholic, does not mean that when one reaches maturity, agreement proclaimed Aug. 28 Zone employes of
veiled at Balboa Heights; on e still a Roman Catholic. between the United States and alities who live outsde
Tuesday arr identical casting was 1Panama. Wills Ybe.
Tuesday a enc ainw t necessary to obe and practice the precepts of the Church Therein t is stated that liquor After
d id at the Ftech laf4 13 after one reaches the age of reason (seven years). When a per- sold in con ptpon one
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th"too .
gany Panamaita other
iK5%ted8S eltgn.were
W due for a toh e bite of
ttird that t1$ een tradition-
il fare today sbfe the Pilgrim
Fathers went out with firearms
and shot theliz' dinner out of
Instead of wild turkey, today's
tables are graced by mass-
produced fowl bred to serve
either small families or large.
But the American idea of giv-
ing thanks is the same. It was
old and traditional in the Thir-
teen Colonies long before the
Declaration of Independence.
Waterfront shares said to-
day that there -had been no
reports from .Ameriean-flag
vessels transiting.the Canal of
any shortage of4turkey aboard.
Similar report' came from
military ground Installations
where dinner wa$ supposed to
start at noon. Pew latecomers
were expected.

hAdi reaso sor o z e g ly wa7 bD -Mrs. BI5s
thi tod& y as Ie elebrat over John, and
Thasgiving wit .his family at wifet ind the jiree grande
the Gettysburg farm. So did the dren, David, arbara Am 8,
nation. and Susan, ,
Today markedC the passing
ot'he second maoth since his The Presidest romped *Ilth
irt 4 heart attack with Mr. the ehUdren before earvlug a
behower well on the read 0-pound turkey for Thanks-
to recovery. No eompL'eations giving dinner.
had developed. Just for today, his physt-
Within the past week, he re- clans let ha iIgnore his strict,
sumed full personal .command convalescent diet.
of the government, presiding a-
gain at cabinet and National The President's meeting with
Security Cquncil theetings ar-d Hall Monday will concern "mat-
working at a temporary office ters dealing with the Republi-
in the Gettysburg post office can Party." Presidential press
building. secretary James C. Hagerty sad
And next week he will resume he doubted that Mr. Elsenhow-
active command of the Repub- er would discuss whether he will
lican Party when he meets seek a second term.
Monday with OOP national
chairman Leonard W. Hall in his But there was immediate
first political conference sinceespeculation that' Hall would
the heart attack. leave Gettysburg with a firmer
After that the President's idea about the President's In-
schedule, will grow increasingly tentions.
heavier until he returns to Beginning nett, week the
Washington to spend Christmas President will face a schedule
in the White House. that will come close to matching
But official chores were for- his pre-Illness activity.

damnt de: Lessepp win t
New Orleans where he has
invited to vialt Mayor de las-
sape Morrison. his distant ca ut.

t Hath C(harms

To Replace ABomb
BERKELEY, Calif., Nov. 24-
(UP)-Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg.
University of California nuclear
scientist, said Tuesday at a lec-
ture at the UC campus the
world's first atomic weapon.
destined to level Hiroshima and
end world War II, was "bump-
ed" off a ship in San Francisco
by a higher priority cargo.
He said the higher priority
cargo was a shipment of juke
boxes for troops in the South
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Senwuy To cwme to a sawzawu
tory working agreement on how
to sell the liquor, yet avoid
One Canal Zone labor leader
Informed his Senator that he
considered Panama was "stall-
Ing"; an Assembly Depu ty
cracked back that the labor
man's letter served to germi-
nate the seeds of Cbmmunlsm.
Apparently no sagement
has been reached between the
two governments. Spokesmen
for both have been taciturn
about the negotiations.
Last Tuesday President Arias
signed the order providing for
the sales to clubs. The same or-
der also elucidated that indi-
viduals who presented permits
from Canal Zone agencies to
liquor stores in the Republice
would be granted the discount
The order apparently' came
as a surprise to Canal Zone
offlelals who have stated that
they have received a copy of
the order and are studying It.
Meanwhile, it is understood.
unofficially, that clubs which
have kept a record of their pur-
chases from Panama dealers will
be able to get back the differ-
ence between the duty they paid
and the discount price, back to
Aug. 23.
At least one club on the Ca-
nal Zone has been keeping a
record of all bottles sold'to
Its members with the Inten-
tion of passing the rebate back
to them.
President Arias' order decreed
that American employes of Ca-
nal Zone federal agencies who

Eden Orders Check

Of Foreign Office

For Security Leak
LM ON, Nov. 4 (UP)-Prime
Minister Sir Anthony Eden today
ordeari an Investigation f se-
enrit Ia the Foreign Office by a
commssioa which Includes a
British apart on the American Has spy cae.
named in Common seven
members of the Privy Couanc tw
the aeapartisan commission whle
he organized as a result of the
disappearance of diplomats Guy
Burgess and Donald MacLean be.
hind the Iran Curtain In 151.
he of the Investigators will
lie Lot Jewitt, former Labor
gover-nment oatourgey al, who
studi thr ss and wrote
&bed tat about it which criti-
# thdae aeceptnce at he Whit

-4) I w attempt, t to answer the charges of "boo sakag,"
"noney-lendg, "murder, "concubinage" etc. nor the swepp-
i statement mhat a whole phpload of priests and nmas turned
from 'lambs to wolves" and thence into unmentionables during a
sea oyagg. All of the members of the Roman Catholic Church on
earth ar necessarily human beings and, as such, are subject to
t.sYame weaknesses1 temptations a deficIencies as the rest
of te human race.a
Undoubtedly thee are some "bad priests" Just as there
bad judgt e bad doctors, bad lawyers, bad parents, even a few
ad politicians. That these delinquents travel in large groups
aboard seagoing vessels I sincerely doubt. That they are more
than an infinitesimal minority, I also doubt.
One bad apple in a barrel shines forth if only in contrast to
the wholesome goodness of Its companions. If there were, or are,
priests in Buenos Alres doing the things Mr. R. accuses them o&, I
wduld most certainly like their names. There are very clearly de.
fined channels for correcting them.
If Mr. R. were the Catholic he claims to be. he would kaow
that the Papal Nunclo or the Pope himself, if need be, would
need only the word of such misconduct to take immediate and
drastic action. By the very scope and generality of his statements,
however, I think Mr. R. is guilty of "embroidering the Jacts" to
facts" say the very least.,
5) "I believe up to now that I have always been a Roman
Catholic and proof of that is that my wife became Catholic.,.
It goes without saying that because one's wife is a Ca eolic
it does not necessarfly follow that you are a Catholic yo*self.
Rather it Is question of believ g in and practicing the precepts
of the Roman Catholic Church that determines whether or no$
Mr. t. Is a Catholic. I would like to ask him In what Church
and on what dat dia you last receive the sacraments of Oonfes-
slon and Holy ionmunlon? It you have not received them be-
tween the first Sundayy of Lent (Feb. 27) and Tripity sunday
(June 5) you are alrcadv exeonmunicated, whether You desire It
or not. I would be moat amazed if Mr. R. had received these sacra-
ments within a, much greater period than the abovementioned
6) He concludes with "If all the priests are like those e had
the misfortune to hear of recently" etc. Did Mr.-R. Just "har of"
these priests he has accused 01 did he know them? All lltte slls
of the tongue but ItIs these little slips that puncture t Se
veneer of gossip.

A ta Roman Catolilc Mr. would also know hat he does not
worship the priests of the Church, he worships God. A Roman
Catholic who knows and believes in his religion does not Judge
it or renoune It because of tie falltgs of misdeeds of a priest.
I believe It Is a matter of historical fact that it was not the
Roman Catholic Church that banished Per6n from Argenina. It
was the people of Argentina big and small, military and
Per6n abolished freedom of the press (the disgraceful story
of La Prensa is known throughout the world).
Per6 abolished freedom ot apech (when I visited Argentina.
families had their own "non doe pluie" for Juan and. Evita -
known only to the family, trusted relatives and friends. They
could thus discuss the Peroas wtth the family circle With less
danger of detection and susequet persecution If they talked
about "Romeo and Juliet." "Hanel and Oretel," "TrMntand
Isolde" etc. rather than the hazardous "Juss and EvitS' TO men-
tion the latter in a derogatory sense was perilous to say the least).
Per6n finally tried to aQUdsh reedom of Tlil wne
st too far the worm satd -- ad w4hufe" fury to
ove a strong g and car rtr
IT clamsn- I do'Pt Pf tR tom w R deal e
tn'r moals, but frnm wWhat wd M, 0 u the
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iu rFriend:
The season of Christmas is drawing near and with a sense
qt friendship and gratitude for your past kindness, we atpf .ach
you to help us ganla in our Christmas preparations W the
patients at Pole Seca.
S ive you roneatly taken stock counted the blessings tat
God has granted you and your family? So often we take for
S.gantde our health, job and material goods. It's not that we re-
A m to acknowledge them as God-given but we just don't s se
| Shave the Lime to get down to thinking about them and being
fatefull for them.
St. Thomas says that gratitude appreciates a benefit and
ties to show this appreciation. Palo Seco, the leper colony of
'ipaama. calls upon you at this time for an expression of ap-
Most of tre patients are simple, country people. Were they
at hae among thetr loved ones, there would be an exchange of
Modest, home) giffs, many fashioned by hand, but repreoletinr
the love and sacrifice of one member of the family for another.
However, the patients won't be with their families: they will be
waiting for. your charity lpstead.
The happiness of Christmas-at-Palo Seco rests In your
hands I knew they will be generous, helping hands.
May God bless you and your dear ones with the special
Christinso bleaings wille. He holds out to those, wro In unita-
tion of Him. extend charity to mankind.
Sincerely yours In Christ,
S- Rev. Joseph F. Konen
Superior of St. Mary's Mission.

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Labor News

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International good will is a many
splendored thing-but you ean't eat
it. That's what at Mlelt ,000
American workers will discover
nan year. This Thanksgiving weki
these men and women .agre g
home happy, with pay evIupu
in their pockets.
Soon they'll be looking for j op.
They'll be hurt by the dumping
Into America of 36,000,000 hirta
and blouse this year from Jap-
anese sWtat M owners, wno
make mllU while paying Nip
m e seo ml l all of
5 a wetac.
These Japanese ahel a H.
blouses are already in the JA
They will be put on counters scrodq
the land in a few weeks. That will
mean cancellation of orders from
Amrelcan factories-where the
average wage is I week.
Union and industry leaders tW
me that it would take 10,000 pro-
duction and celrical garment
workers to turn out 36,000,000
blouses and shirts in a season.
This means th re will not be
Jobs for these 10,000 workers in
the shirt and blouse.iadustry in
195. And if they don't work,
they don't use U.S. textiles.,
Sene it woi.ld take 00,000,000
yards of textile to make ",-
000,000 shirts and blouaes,.the tex-
tile industry will find itself manu-
facturing just that much e a s

' That, m turn, will cost 10,000
textile workers their Jobs In the
next "season."
Every yard of goods not sold
means a spindle not turning and
a worker not employed-and, of
course, raw cotton lying unsold.
The experts see this as a bloody
nick in our economy-fot they fig-
ure that the potential wage loss an
these 20,000 vanishing jobs will
run to over ISO,uO0,000.

Our lower income workers will
be hit because Japanese aoustrial-
ista want to pile up profits in safe
Swiss banks. I've seen the Japan.
ese busiussman. I've seen the
squalid 100 or so garment fAMo-
ries Jamming the Osaka area, for
example. I've seen the Japanese
five-dollar-a-wesek workers and the
miserable cardboard homes they
liv in.
-Nor can we even have the slight
satisfaction of doing something
wortawnile for the Nipponese work-
ers by disemployiag our own peo-
pie and denuing our factory

Tha Nipponese workers lve on
the edge 0o starvation and neither
their 4 euas tUeir .evgms -
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WASHINGTON -(NEA)- One against nine Democratic govern- Minnesot, a" the head of the
year In advance of the 9 elec- ors.. U.S. dl a i loa to the United N.a-
tionc, there are 101 dark-horse The Repubicans-Herer, Maiss.; tins, ex-ien. Henry Cabot Lodge,
entrants in the vice-presidential Knight, Calif.; Strattop; IlM.; Lang- Mass.
sweepstakes. This large number lie, Wash.; Craig, Ind.- Joe Foss FOr laughs, some wags suggested
wps one of the big surprises re- the Marine hero, S. .ak. Hall, Pres Secretary Jim Haneny and
veiled in the poll of Washington Kana.; McKeldIn, Md. kohler, the Presidents drmat*e coach,
newspaper, magazine and radio Wise.; and Patterson, re.. Robert Mcntomery. GOP Chair-
correspondents just concluded for The Democrats E rriman, man Len HaU gob a couple of votes.
thia column.' N.Y.; Lausche, 0. Williams, The Republicans also came up
Fitfy-six Republican names and Mich.: Clement, :Ten.; Muskle, with two women nominees-you
45 Democratic names were men- Me.; Meyner, N.J.; Leader, Pa.; guessed 'em-Ambassador Clare
tied by newsmen accredited. to Freeman, Minn.; and Happy Boothe Luce and Sen. Margaret
the Congressional press gallerie. Chandler, the new governor-elect Chase Smith of Maine. No Demo-
The result is taken as indicative of Kentucky. cratic women Phowed.
o' many things. The Democrats had only one ex- Twenty-nine Democratic oena-
governor suggested-Adlai E. Ste- tors were named, as against only
It a ree country and any- o venaso of Ia., the overwhelming 18 Republican senators. Since the'
ea palz Ar th.e vle*P eyUa choice of newsmen for the Demo- total f.47I is only o. les thIAnl
w kJudint' on.sif-U rsatic nation. half the Senate and se altefna.


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Shortly after AdiaI Steven was
omn d for President
he Chicago or
where the man who put cro
at the co i Col. Jack Arty,
had some reeng him.
Arvey to u the ap.
poantmeat F post
master ofL A es. a mo-
erptle Nat l irman, ut
when he flly got Adli on the
phone he wa ab sted to find
that aoUl aj Od adk his
own ehaolef eve MitcbeU of
Not only had Stevenson appointed
Mithebl without consulting Ar-
veyr but Mitchell was one of Ar-
vey a Democraticopponents in
From that time on, Stevenson
saw little of the man who made
him. This was not because either
one soured on the other person-
ally, but because Adlal was sur
rounded by a group of advisers
who wanted him to play down the
criticism that he'd been nominated
by the big-city bosses. Steveson
worked at this hard tat some
of the btl-cty bo se knifed him.
They Just didn't et out vote.
That was one reason why Eisen-
hower's majority over Stevenson
In Democratic city strongholds ran
so much farther ahead than was
Today some of those Democratic
bosses are still lukewarm if not
opposed to Adlai. But this time
hem leaning over backward to
warm them up.
Adial To Woo Farmers
The Adlal Stevenson brain
trust has come up with the idea
]of having its candidate do a Ke-
rauver in ie farm belt--in other
words, go o a handshkng tour.
They remamrltkJW Ht' :M IaB

cah brother,

Democrats are lan dither Over
what advertising a be I d
handle theft upol aU ns!
c campaign. They Havea' much
choice bea use la but twO at
the ad ageneles are strongly
Repus can. ome have been Ac-
tively advising Eisenhower,

They thought they had definitely
picked Milton Blow until the Su.
preme Court refused to hear the
appeal, of the big Artie Samish,
lobbyist for the Calfornia liquor
interests. Blow was personally ex-
coriated by the U.S. Court of Ap-
peals in Its ruling on the Sanish
Other ad a encles angling for
the Democrati ac unt are Nor-
man, Craig and Kumml, which
inherited the Wllam H. Weintraub
buinees; Kastor, Farrell, Ces-
ley and Cli6fford, which is strongly
Republican but wblsh hired Lloyd
Whitebrook away from the Katz
agency with the idea of getting
the Dems' business. Whitebreok
used to handle the Democratic ac-
count under Katz.
This leaves only two big asn-
les which are Democratuc-Ka
in Baltimore and Doyle, Dane and
Bernbach i New York.

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Lest you lk that thi Is eo only
in the nedie and textile fields,
atti repo that Japgoods nave
wbeg poul I a thea U at the
ra of virtually 0 ,000 a
moath in a variety of oelds.
ese ISWude plywood, canned
ti, unaware, ewing ma-
ch el, k scarves and knitted
gloves. Japanese exports to the
U.I. betwe last April and last
be it a high of l ,000,-
' hiW almost twice as much
Slast yapr'a lpeprt from Japan,
and it's skyrocketing.

It means that the 30
aid textile workers we
in their misflunae, '
of Abe natowill be aft
England, the south, tWe
the coasts, the ishin
the garment ea terms
c i t a aere i
thev imUls the ti
the canneries.
This hit' American
in the breadbasket. Anz
chiefs are beg ing
from theiWr traiIal
on fre trade. Private
now working for high
walls to keep cut the 1

mere to make. TM
dustrS ill Anevr
by meon this w
go ermt wll aver
to it-umsit wa tU S
we're ~ to ha
people .meirl -


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w -

for Jobs they haven t a ctha
to et.
The great number of nomination
may show that there is avi
wealth of political talnet in dmen
cratic America. Or it may me
there are far toe many potent
Throttlebottoms standing arou
waiting to be struck by poliic
lightning. 9
on some of the nominations,
was necessary to stop and th
a moment, to Identify Individua
But in the Interest of narrow
down the field, It's in order to r
down the liSt.
Ten Republican governors we
mentioned as posiilitLes,

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"'Water W
a't be aloe
very sector
g villages,
L the big
n lls and Memo t the Sehools of Jeumllam
Reporters are men, and no man
labor right can look a the world with any
d the union eyes bht his own. Objective re-
to retreat porting,'.' therefore, la asn ipos-
insistence sibility. Further, it is a subtle at-
ly they ar tack on the integrity of the news-
er tariff PaPIr rofesio ... V imly,
low of Nip- who ever heard of an tor a
a reporter to go out and write a
story 'as t t look to pome-
I will cost body else? e fact isa that a
apanese in- m an the story as he sees
raise wages It. W h means that every na-
yen. Their tence s k by his wn chr.-
force them acter ... ot ly does every re-
em bluntly porter an n td this.
ice only so The tru* 1 that the respect of his
Japanese fellow working reporters means a
L great deal more to him than the
approve So the men who merely
to believe (1) o .the newspaper.
an by opent
rely eplp- Dep'gr what he believes to be
anese busi- the disappearance of the commen-
now ready tators en te air, Jack Gould of
world, the N.Y. Times ascribed it to
n fatnng prosperity. thought that when
id slimming times are good is a "erma
SAmerican slaek dat pu ea n with
I debang? the .wew life..
e why the tr~A omhestastor
is more nmpor t than evir. It is
at time i the ma be
"l it l B a tae. 0 e o1 se-
earity that (1_8 e for a pro-
feaslonal ~eaaks aus
eeagteati SwAa 1p4 world|

m vl., ri. mtwzhu misuweq mr -Uwas mWWJ mu i; jv RIOW
ice itant. and G iIuIr. As aDenortie
Fourteen GOP Administration posibles, labor leaders. Jon L.
as officials were named: Lewis, George Meany and Walter
st In addition to Vice Preident Reuther were put forward.
no- Nixon and Chief Justice Eat War- The only businesman suggested
an ren, both of California, four cabinet was Republican Paul HoffmAn. The
ial officers were put forward,-They only educator suggested was Milt
nd, arc Dulles of State, Humphrey of Eisenhower, the President's broth-
cal Treasury, Mitchell of Labor Amd er, who got 11 votes.
Atty. Gen. Browpell.
It Two of Browhell's assistants Many of the correspondents who
nk werd also buggested-William P. take their political reporting sbri-
ls. Ro era abd Stanley Barnes of the oGsly refused to guess on vice-
ng anttrust division. Also in the little presidential possibilities 10 months
un cabinet rink, Under-Secretary of ahead of the nomrinating conven-
State Herbert Hoover, Jr., got a tions. As Robert Riggs of
ire mention. So did the Secretary for Louisville Courier Journal put It,
as Peace, ex-Gov. Harold Stassen of "there ain't no such animal."

not even history has the solution., ng for his audience. May le to
feel that they do ... This Is the
Television, thinks Mr. Gould, Is costliest of fllusions and, deed,
the villain ... He thinks it has may be called ie oqcupatial dis-
"wrapped the county's largest ease of the profession. The fact Is
mass audience in a protective that offering an opinion Is the most
cloak of conunuous escapist enter- that the man behind the micro*
tainment and insulated it fr om phone can offer ... But it Is the
adequate awareness of the reall- acceptance by the millions In front
ties of day to day life'"... But you of It-which gives it validity ...
can't .blame a mechanical device You cannot tell a man what he
for the way men use it. After all, must think, even in dictates
both major political parties are en- ... The only victory you an gis
aged in a breakneck race to mse the persuasalo of the majority that
which can feed the public the you are right ... Oddly,
sweetest pap the fastest... Month being right or wrong is not the ia-
by ponth the map winces under deo to mass elreulaton. Sinerity,
a Commy solar plexus, but the authenticity and integrity are ...
bland assurance of both parties i Because people Interested eug
that things couldn't be bitter, be* t form their own opinos almost
cause Khrushchev and Bulgani always seek the statement of the
each took an extra canae at a position-as a measurement of
cocktail party. their own position.
This latter is very pleasant and Nor, necessarily, does a am-
very reassuring news from official Itator ifluence depend upn
sources so the professional watch- the mere number of people he
dog which br. Gould insists the reaceis ... Thus, f the Preident
Public badly needs Instantly be- and the Cabinet-lessthan 18 men
comes an alarmist cur, howling l '-adopt any views, the eftM Is
the night to everybody's dieom- likely to be water than a mIo
fort ... Mr. Gould thinks that the similar opinmes held In t 48
real reason the public isn't given a states. For the simple easo at
fu news picture by TV Is "the di- those in places of policy hve te
taste for controver)" ... A free capacity and the duty ao Cat
translation of this, of couraei Is tat view into pocy
he networks' fear of political re- -
pri Unlike the railroads, the Mr. Gould apars to be sad
aon their own riht-dof-w done by e a t
the a. skies. tv commentator. i *y': 1
nott I that in do A
B withth view, that v is rep o r elt
disgees ... The nworIks er L even aIma a i
mreIantheydo -.toNogt mad at him." ft S I
They are wlngtoW "UR Ohim iraSat_
lb ... e_-, Vffw q&,.t1 Afi_ iI I ra-- -/ i

Fmi .ae e wa to Hatesa.wis
a p- eS the free enterprise as-
na. After all they have to mIt a
aei .. For years we ave
itm t the most matrovetaiiof
nwl^the greater the a
i.w _m ore, after stati tha
"k-We have ever sought to be
n the ta temns d er
;tthem ... Nor lave
Seme n to doeoar le a

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Wit pet f = "iI 'u" M I
I money to spend' MD tide or TV,
so he shOOk hands. Result was to
win him more delegates than any
other candidate.
So Stevenson advisers suggest he
do the same this year in the farm
belt. With the farm problem likely
to swing the next electiUon, they
propose that Adlali visit parts Of
the farm belt, drop in on farmers,
listen to their problems, let them
see what kind of a real human
being he is.
Worried GOP
Meanwhile, GOP advisers with
their ear to the ground are almost
frothing at the mouth over the
rumbling farm revolt. This was the
reason for the gripes against Ezra
Benson inside the Cabinet from
such politically minded ketes as
Attorney General Brownell and
Postmaster General Summerfield.
They've heard reports of such
meetings as that in Decatur, .,
where the Farm Bneau. asked
whether it pppved Beson's poll-

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tueitile indntry,*. aufsfj Serviclo Secriarsis
lut oettUslump.iBUt .thnseountry indicated TArPEI, Nov. 24 (UP) -- Of t
S It is not willing to recognize the clal quarters today disclosed U.S h.of
ComBmunistregime in China at Navy Seeretar haries 1o th
Kg. RIGi '**I- Pel@ 'i stage as the rice for in- as and Army Secretary Wilbur M. tip Me tfro*1
Screased trade. Brucker plan to visit Formosa in c
04- C- a- g t mid-December. Bsat call4C ,- bio
ITON, c ontn l fl- were -our effort to im- ed b the Nat alst5
"t-f" big i "U- ,ev3 I ern' .- .vernmet aproertheg frcaidals toE Cho.Ukan Kalhiertk's Islea
of 11et t iega to "N2iees tgrs ano d procedures have bVstlon
-,, ,t" .course, iahem ketime," they O W ill A always Enjoy... Fel. turp commander l
.ask. U.S. Pacific Fleet, was abtnet to
nl Dioit n- 'naey emphasized the Parke wind up four day swin er.
'r w i th pavia v InvTh e released -previously The admiral met with ih o.
~eW tsts pnic du~e". but was pavim ctly saft b. The new im- liasimo Chiang Kal-ahek a
e lid coSSa p i onpropetp, they said, are de- third talk tonight before lag
ltra violet lays. Oes'apces signed merely to provide an e- for Tokyo tomorrow m
Sid the firm is using th.pter von greater margin of safety and
Jful rays li addition to ~rmald- effeativeeas., I
hyde to kilrlthe polAo virus i n the Ultra violet rays pre extremely ,09i'
,- vaccine. shbort-way. light ra'se. They have T FINEST SWISSCHOCOLATE AD
his is one reason wa vaccine proved extremely effective in kill- Ti FINifT SWISS CHOCOLATE MADa
pr tduction at Parke Davs has ,ng iero brgani~rms and have rxelu ve Dtribtti N: T T ZAO Ae CiMP ANT, A. Tel. -s 35
bedn stalledfor months. Company be;n tt tb for some time a"s a
"cemitists wont to be sure. t1 eir steriliition measure. But t h e y
safthy system h 'working per- have not been ased generally in
feet l before they put the'vaccine polio vsecide production.
back on the market. .- '
Salk vaccine output generally
a .h-. th- Iaa-gly Raites Trade CHRISTMAS PERFUMES
al Leonard A. Scheele said last el T edCHS
"'. < iWoet the lag probably will con- 1L
IT A c p n aAn w o a Aerial view shows "Texas Tower." a radar station tinue into next month. But he i K
Cod. MIed., bgzug bit by heavy seas caused by winds of hurricane force. No predicted production. will begin .
za been suffered by th -8 persons aboard. ered s ing after that and rehI b
aafte r hat and orutea
Februa."more consistent level" about S o d
A t" e rTheegovernmen"t has released ROME N ov. S t (UP) Stav
SDete DepNtaWarns Dual C itzen My 18,800,000 doses since it o- increased her trade.ceiling with
: ,.verhauled its safety standards last Red China for the second time in
r May 26. Eli Lilly supplied most less. than one month today.
of this. The rest came from The Italian government which
SPF itman-Moore and Wyeth. is negotiating with the Peiping
S .o ss .e sf ii Parke Davis, rated as one of regime for a. further increase in
d Stateisn sh p the nation's two top producers of commercial exchanges, raised the
the vaccine, has not put a dose ceiling of the Italo-Chinese trade
e e rIn th for 25 years a t er ain the hands of the public since clearing to 120 million Swiss
he State Department todayal agency of official character in the U. S. for25 years after May 26. ts production a I u m p francs in both directions.
w a te erican citizens holdlg which the U. S. participates and age 18 and who began his rest- has been labeled a mystery, but On Oct. 29, Italy had raised the
dul4a ship in another- coun.- from Which the dual citizen re- dence outside the Unitbd States its officials said there was noth- ceiling from 96.6 to 100 million
try AiV who have voluntarily celves compensation. after age 60 is not affected. ing -trange about it. Swiss frans.
elaimw elkenship benefits of a. Is prevented from returfiing to A dual national who claims a They said production d e la y a Italy is particularly interested
ny foreign country, that they are the United States by in health of benefit of a foreign state a after
in danger of losing their Amer- himself,a parent, his spouse or Dec. 24 is given three years to
Ican citizenship unless they meet child, or by the death of a par- take an oath of allegiance to the
the. 4 Uiltrements of the U.S. Im- eant, spouse or child. United States. Thus a person who
mig!k and Nationality Acktbe- Is pursuing a full'course of sta- obtains a passport, identity card J
fore ae. dy of a specialized character, or or other official document from Money and minutes bothesaved ... with
AAwS al citizen" is a person attending full time a school above the foreign country on Jan. 10,
elgh'treants, o rwas born aboard exception 'must be limited o five to take the steps necessary pro-
ef American parents and -who years forelgii residence) serve his American citizenship. le inest
thus holds citizenship in the Unit-. Is with his spouse or parent OW
t t sitat nd .another country at who Is a United Statees citizen. If a person has been coerced lru e
the same time., and who is residing aborad forroto seeking or claiming a bene- shavi ,st
Thie danger of loss of citizen- on of the fore-going reasons, fit of.the nationality of a i foren
ship;,comes through failure of 1 the spouse or child of an A- ate-wnen forced, for examp e,
suI. *a* "dual citizen" living a- merican citizen by birth who had to obtain an identity card by gov- thie ,orl
broa,4 -the country of which he his residence in the United States ern.mental decree having force of
is a dual to appear before a U- for at least ten years while un- law-such action is not consider-
nited States diplomatic or eonsUl- der the age of 21, if the citizen ed viduntary. A benefit sought or ROLLSRAZ OR
ar official to take an oath of alle- concerned lives abroad in order claimed under the mistaken be-"
giance.-to the United States be- to be with such spouse or parent. lief -that the law required it, how- The lee-lade$fetl
fore bec. 24, and to show that his Cettain categories of veterans ever, is no6t considered an invol-thout a reserva-
reaiows for such foreign r eas i. of the Spanish-American War of untary act. Here. without any reserva-
dece, for three years c o n t i- World Wars I and II, together tion, is the fnest shaving
vuously after age 222 was for one'withI their spouses, children or nlsl T b i trument in the world. ? "PAC
of th$ reasons provided in the dependent parents., d Iill I ITo Honed and stropped in its SPANAMACOLON
law. Which wiM UexeMpt him from Those carrying on a commer- Nases IPonehollow-Ngroundw
the loss ofla Udihd Sttes eti- cial enterprise which will benefit A Shellid-steel blad wi do w ll
ab American commerce directly or rflU ClS isUropping S de
Substantially in the view of the give years of speedy luxu-
m.loeof S..Seretary. .State. UNIVERSTY PARK, Pa. r .shaving and save
a eo d s tea y n the o f in tobacco products is bing .re-.
ormn4 taceredited ythe Secretary Of duced constantly and may be all
oftfihlbtMtincurr Itiaiorv- state and which is beneficial di- eliminated in the future, according
ee." ectly and substantially to the in- to Dr. Clifford 0. Jenson, profes-
kla, r seq tg eanmerican ed- to stss of the United States.d sor of phytochemistry at Penn
beat~iTphilantropic, Those engaged In work under State.
commprqeal, financial, or business such uni q u e circumstances as Research In tobacco breeding L L S R A Z O R
orepizaflon -having its principal may be determined y the Secre- shows a steady decline in the i
office in the Unltde States, or a tary of State to be directly and amount of nicotine in cigarettes
r0ltilous orghltnization having an substantially beneficial to the U- fromt three per cent in 1915 to 2 5 Ditrbuidr AGENCIAS FEDURO SA
office and representative in the united States. per cent in 1935 and two per cent DiCtribuidlre AGENCIAS FEDUROS.A.
Utited, States or an internatlon- A dual citizen who has resided in 1955. Ave. Central No 21 Tel. 2-0238
The future may see a cigarette r ?j.,
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Icuo 'xmeat'Training Program

Witn for EA service FORT FOLK, La.- Army Cpl.
Carl A. Anderson, 25. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Egbert C. Anderson,
NOSTig Cristobal. Canal Zone., is partl-
N cipating in the largest Army-
Q2w I Air Force maneuver since World
K 4War TI, Exercise Sage Brush, in
48765 Louisiana.
WWET (D) EAST Some 110,000 Army troops are
4J 3 6 10 5 testing the latest concepts o
9109S2 938 atomic, bacteriological, chemi-
SA 10 91J433 2 cal and electronic warfare. The
J6 J10 9 4AQ874 t exercise will end Dec. 15.

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i Corporal Anderson, a driver
In Headquarters Company of
the 8th Inantry Division's 81st
Regiment, Is regularly stationed
at Fort Carson, Colo. He enter-
ed the Army in 1953.
Anderson attended Abel Bra-
vo High School, Colon. Panama.

I Opeanlead--J ------
t------- Walter Winchell ,
Today's hand is an exercise in (Continued from Pace 2) I
drawing trumps. There is a righi .
time and a wrong time to draw'"$64,000 Question Program Win-t
them, and the hand illustrates the:ner Gino Prato at Glamorous Met
difference. Opera Opening." (Prob'ly the!
only celeb there who went to see
West led the jack of clubs and the opera) ... The Saturday Eve-
Sjuth rufed the third round. South ning Post profile on Godfrey is a
rew one round of trumps, with the revealing piece. Imagine. It took
ace, and then switched to the him years to struggle to the top--
oueen of diamonds. South didrnt and a lot of ingrates knocking hiif
lead a second trump because then! were unknowns that he made stars1
the player with the ace oif dia- ovtrnight... Overheard at the La
Monds w,uld take the diamond Imperiale: "Don't you ever get'
trick and lead a third round of bored?' ... "No, I change the
trumps. cast of ingrates every week' .. .
As the cards were played. West The newest ocean liner. S.S. Israel,
took the queen of diamonds with ironically, was built by the Nazis
his ace and returned a diamond. ... Most exciting acrobatic soft-
tLce only one trump had been led. s"er in town: Bobby Brandt, at
West was in no position to do any the Cops .. Ernest Cuneos pb-
damage. servation:"Winchell will leave his
fingerprints on the throat of time,"
South won the second round of Nice to see Ike back putting. It
diamonds with the king and drew won't be long before he's back
a second round of trumps with i pitching ...Susan Hayward drop-
#ummy's queen. Then he once iped a potfull I about $20,000) on her
Sore abandoned the trumps. first day in Vegas last week. (Suzy
*'This time South turned his at- should stick to coffee clothes) ...
tntlon to hearts. He took the three Anonymous note on Fire Dep't sta-
hearts, ending in his own hand tionery: "They are crucifying a
ith the quee This would have chief in the NYFD. Because of re-
ien perfectly safe If each oppo. ligion. Nicely disguised, of course.
sc it held three hearts, since both Passed him up for promotion and
defender would .have to follow are trying to do him more harm"
suit. If that were the case, South ... Pat Ward's latest conquest
dould then draw the last trump sings at the Copa lounge ... The
d cash the 13th heart. Torch: When you've been re-
., placed and she hasn't ..The ru-
As it happened, the hearts didn't mors have it that Princess Meg
freak 4-8. South's last heart could wont' get over it for years. (It's
not, therefore, be established. The surprising how long a memory a
ably way South could avoid the heart has.)
ss of- a trump trick was to leave _
* trump in dummy to ruff his last
ais meant that South had .
e i nthe

Was it dangerous for ioth to
leave one trump-out? Of course it
.s. If the opponent with short
hea its had the last trump. he woul
Cf the second or third heart and
-'-sat the contract. In that case,
I .,ever, the contract would bb un-
>-. -,abie.

Thle only hope was that the
1- t would be 3-3 or that the
') mente with short hearts would

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his e Indignant
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nickn13 Pratme 8 Compass point28 Join together stock
13 Prattlesaw 9 Tearer 30 Through 41 Tops of heads
14 Surgical saw 10 Longs 3 P intine 45 Feminine
16 Even chpo.i) 13 Persian fairy appellation name
17 French coin 15 Bird's home Mi Idollted 48 Age
SPriority 18 Whirlwinds 35 Melt, as fat 49 Louse egg
20 Equipx) 21 Demon 36 Hawaiian food 51 Feathered
20 Equpistle 25 Musical 37 Puffed up scarf
22 Epistle ab quality 38 Chemical 52 Fourth
23 Abstract being26 Roof flni l substances month (ab.)
24 Forms a notion
27 Explode
29 Apex i
30 Cooking
utensil i
31 Blackbird of
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33 French river -
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41 Italian river
42 Pen name of
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50 Legal plea
53 Weird
54 Cow boy
55 Minced oaths
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jaly the came, and South was AftIFRtIAYLEFTY
c to cash his three top hearts: JfteVFLEW ROYCI Tod TO HM' t HIM
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w the last rump on the very get a nice big score!" | t He D BO N
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*,o,4*7 A A06 ven a up ob. school bo 4 frw t o kitwithout comet. ulewolre
19s at .* It 'a ftel l tablp, s l use ea- a',61two 4valved In self- oLon, not eor
S fo t l e e Chrid it at they alternatives. Se iy movae the action of Clair.', bher disregard of
:.- ,, .... 6.- .. ,.. .-. .. .. .. .... 4, Mh ,- Z..,-. mui, ,., Meratea Mu. books O9r a. e ma tell our request can't toueh in .
ie R'ev. Olader gaw th- al. Clair .o move .m-ad I .We're moving now with the b p *
.., t of he firs herself. i bat.e Wit piness and autoritof tae per
i"- rs t S t'he od b min y when the h dfta of ti -.the 1 e ans ing of 'Itubbornaes tsat may or may i control of h So that whe
S, s 3 etew l who hd e 01 dr ot esle P on tel it ei ce. -oare comes 'Ito the kith, w
.. BtMfor doi Mr vtd the dians to n t roa 1 o h n say ktndly, without a trace of -
.aa poit i. thanks to God for Rid p ion and Neither alteratlye is good. For reproach or hiddeaomplaint, "I
3lthe ls otteS e s of the chi#- Ib- -t Xr ces, had ADe matter whh one lair' ut your books away for you o
dl .er ag to the Chet S a- ben g that thIndians t 1S nation of mother chbosi, It increases re the piano where I wouldn't get
the44", o edait Pierre o uit e r tor all the PH ou4 a1 the Pilgri*x l Whe Amern- Lnimmen Cat e chld. if she ao y of this flour an them."
0p i re y ea tr olut ilec e egrim W M ad with as the books heri lf, ashe things

,-;tam l *Gu. /, 4'g,,u li crt place a *li-o -a ngrl Oh, to how

ocam, hut 'nauala -is. MP Ll4$ A0 stWa hiri effiaie oK

h' et on Il- n or w"" a n dedo- uP t .l o ise were thelangage, or the re Mdg- wther.... .. llK. Ilimd _iilyRKarO WeN can w eur .. e ur
a "a te o m ers ait dl a nte t "" a. t victory lu i over the need tapress ut -
_Ne w s* = @ 0 8 101 ,11 0.c.o n T h e w&at ori eO dT h eu k R 0 a a n A m er lo...e a a s k er n e l a t io n to a n R e o m m e n d r. th ird a lte rn a tiv e
'viL'eSav' e ttg- oUn er h t& e ted Aohrarthee ro ethan bolt tens o eita e- md t era i.hearu. at i b e d

iJF- 8l tWta te xctv sub jectt z op n t r tt h e ?ig e tit n.'thIe mia m a il p w er1 oew 7thte alter-

neld4e aou no1u n o o-era b a ppo
W t m o Mell r soup00bs, 'ho..l me aplr hthdta he O -
hg foerar *2 O r uLO hear taeght and, some L fis poeMWi ch twhicisheththe
# -Cr. -"b t he naDeada a idS ee t.- qw t l* o taa *Ltypically &tjA 11F occa- u. always turn. It is to say to her- <(

as e 7, 0os-br. f t tiend e si r t i school *otjst-forWIS Vhutfor the fault I hate ftu this,;d.e

p h bagA4 taae mntbel g aeconreel,.. WJ .ohn -a e stsareo f mWd ydw oega s Wt sh g ipve ne tahis reist

'" Chto.'Pil lipr e "jD i, r feelings 61 f*,,, -t h .......... ... e a .
of, -Se, enter-to fTOdm a pert d o bh-bl ll tOfeldJohn Wt s eea ca w Jf leJ ea rs, r -. .
Sa S f Ch grap y t*n d 8fce r, 4Cc nMrm CsOaj er.s whichca be usdt o l te Stueingw powerCRvpIA g t
ith IB M$ .a E tNo o& y frtZ Wte suefe ngso erirers. m aybo a pushing will pow e To

jopm.obuR..d5 Cud of UC -. ofW- wa dos .,, -ust hae e.u.Ib.? $7athe .rt[r" 'i ng
ysa s. _dq. xny 4,o a e ,o ", d, oJAoAl'-gr 3oupP f,. .' --nds e- th Ws try ad -hovt',e ds aWay as hard 4l As

S e .... yn, -. a"1IA 1 e wotel o iI st uvnth Tee ampa drt atther p .u.h
WYsrchLAt the conrclusio oft 1h ,wDanr tas

tid' ~ryNo wi O ft& eew en.-a"der isreIstfV1 m4rgiven. asbc se a a t a oo ,, he ac "oA iICEpe.
.4Vr jo offieraseT a:; president ofthed t oh Las Dam as WUZr

dIweC Wo ll Chrnu s t' cro J 3daa a "h a aI I"dU S c-ir-s annLy WAitE isha' .tse
Aim j M r.e1 ,,otea tsa gAe applause m eter dtvlsed by totra f er m B tu
-, ea-otdine- e: W*d tMity 'Cha:rm ns oftIN Iw:f.,r.i-nld
o i bw ~ tsn~ ,,,. Ms. JohnL'sua -rca.... -a ,"" '11 m,Ar 'gk.,. sponsor-should hi t u V c a







Lr4ns. YiIBf WlW pwyresgurW
utd- Introduced and nwel- wMNINQTON. "NO MV. (M )-
go# e -ias; LerovGayrn.- General T erudio7 Inc: .uiked the
IS,. hlh.,- -' I COW, Federal Communications Comrnmis.
N. _r, s.u. .. eof.sion a today to transfer 16 television
M-s. it. Clark: Mlrs. tielau, and-radio stations to RKO Radio
rb mt MM, 'W.. Oriffin: Mrs. Pietires. ITc., to permit a aderg-
. L4. .ode. euet of Mrs. R. er of the two companies.
L r' x : '. VW R. % A.A-,
rudeAtaf1W. C. Z. Moseley: Mr Tileradio bought the RKO mo-
lt. .HdlTM ht SMaV Mrs. Q. T. don picture company last July.
Pme. oth guesat of Mrs. R. L. It said It plas to merge into RKO
Vt. and, eventually change the name
tOw mifiberp introduced wore of the considated peman y to
We. J'. Coefash.. Mrr. N-. RKO Teleradl Pietures, Ie. The
rheer, Mrs; R. Foote. Mrs. L. L. merger will not take plae Until
Wdds, Ms, W. Utlelau, Mrs. A. the FCC iransfrs the liUeses of
Q.' f lttit, Mls. W. M. Loa, Teleradit's broadcastIg outlets,
&$ r. R. R. RUz., Mrs. V. W, the application said.
Satep adW Mrs. C, T. JsoWson.
as-M.L. Ga-o wasOwthe e- Stationsa owned by Teluradio ia-n.
lyrt we Ier Introdueed and clude WEAT and WEAT-TV, West
momt at thia mouth's lam- PulP Ba obh. Fla.; and WNRQ
On. .and WNJQ-TV, Memphis, TmB.

1.S. Take-Home PayBuing Power

Soars To Record High, Say Figures
", i l P

INGTON, Nov. 24 (UP)--
r-heoae pay and buying
f the astioa's factory
rose to a. record high
ta-k the n t oA if vin

.i, tb

at higher lit Mprin ut the ba-
reat saW assufaeturas' prie0 In.
era isW$e d bt partly ba
price discounts allwed by dea-
sre ,

government r he of living index has
f. .. not changed mou since July to
O f L r Stat stcsafbt the pay of a uto wrgars
of wn a eat, l others,- whos a ae.ntraet.
a ro to med to it

.ed.r f h-5
Or dpftet priem

i -mid e c amy -
4.2 per cont of v- I In Rds
ries. I
etenthbsa o a ae LEWISTON, 0I O0, Nov. M-.
thwa.4 year ago (UP) Gov. At ae H"arriman
of oM6 pr e eat of New YoY it. lIa
reofed a Octo- I"outrageeusa" tVade"l Oew-
a Cm missioner er Cornmlass j f v a wsate
pfefd fuartrut~iJsthe0iat to-dansain

I w emascer-I
tiat the FPC
Swtith the dama

'"Thy ai thi out af heer o
RM would rer the*r 10.1
itaP ahalid.
-Narriassa alas charged Lh a

i iImewt Wr w
Iadta Iwiiy IN
ivefd VBAN& rlt
& otd~ Liu OW -rids
mesS v

rean tI
aj -Ma-*R

NinM.q -W 'PAM1111 s v--s mae" over wr- -tm
Itwf fetors ilft tl meal .
heuia, aooerdlug to peyehologist Cketant. aSsag -Itaufg
W Frank srron of the Unlver- TbItStu. r n
/e. (of a Cayfoia% ... 11 to U-01d,-ft
SPrhas w lold al6 reois e -
it as an important factor In a One pound sausage meat, 1 cup;
happy ari-Ige. chopped onies, 1 eup seed celery,
Boredom is one of the greatest ; cup chopped parsley, 15 'eups
threats to marriage. One of the toasted bread cubes, 3 k4aspoons
hbt Ways foi a oeuple to -aold ital, I teaspeoa emum dd whole
Iinm .boed with their life together yme leaves, 1 teaspoon cermbled
is for they o. always be .wruag whole marjoram leaves, 2. tea-
toward some goal tS 'both ta' poMs round sage, l teaaqot
is worthy c otheIr m ats. ground back pepper, % cUp dced
That Ia probably why !=Ro great olives, I poaNd (1%' cupp)
S.oe, d oolme along i a,e ol'a chboped chesta ts, roasted, cup
md t eas" If thaw. ave melted butter or marMgase, cup
ashleved met of the 6811M water.
set iW the early yeat ofi-mar-.
riage and have neglected to keep Drown susfe lightly In skillet
setting -up nw goals their lifeto. along with eaoen and celery, Mi
gether doesn't hve much purpose. with remaining lagradleat. FB
body eavity ad crop of a 15 to
WP VUB v RFOR W LM l.-pound turkey with this mixture.

There no aurmui sn and so
exeitemat to goag along month
after month and ysr after year
without any striving to achieve
smenthiqg lportant.
And a married couple sever
feels so much like a team as when
tey are working together to reach
a goal.
If your own marriage seems dull
or it you seay to have tas saoma
Si yeaur eptiMuglasm for living or If
you grat looking forward any
S la in the distae it may be that
at youad t our marriage sed
is a worth-while goal.
When couples start drifting
iirough life they often start drift-
Ing aart.
PCid~ out a goal and heading
toward t ca top the dsfting be-
foeett takes the dangerous course
of drifting apart.

IjlNNV: Asserted horse d'tuvres
:. I chilled beverages, east turkey
with cheamut-usanage dresisg,
mushroom giblet gravy, sweet po-
tato soue. green beans with
peanutbrowned butter ae, Sally
tLan bread, butter or margarine,
mixed green salad picked oil
gad vinegar dresai, fatea plum
pudding, Uttle eholte Rpiee
cookies, coffee, tea,


Fe bk snm -amr

tday auyin. .

You will be delighted
with tii delidcous
$2.00 Thanksgiving
o Martini eoktall
a Cream of taste soup or
STurkey and erhaberry sauce
* fremanc t~le potatoes
* Combmtlaa salad
* LeaUon Ie
SCoffee or tea

Club C tmpese
Wire to m Vale
for reaeryqtion r eal
Tels 3-m5I 2-2mI1, Pasama

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It is easy to'own one of these treasures by
joining the New York Jewelers Watch Club
and paying,from one Dollar a week!




Opposite Chare Manhattan Bank




FREE! p1;

For he Grand Pbco Raffle on Dec. 25


Model 115 11 e. ft.

Air Conditioning
unit /4 ILr.
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Aak for your fr ticket for every ash purchase of $1,00
or for eiery P.A0 you pay a dewn payment .

NOW '~m jut'aay: "CHARtE IT"

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WANTED: One baby crib.
Phone Navy 2518. /

F. r- MAiaOb Am. ERD
Juats Auuaa#i e. ami 56,

H aft-e No. U

FOR RENT: Babutifully fur- ATTENTION 6. 1.I JMt bult
nished room, kitfcien prvileges. m dedm JIefal edaputmen s, I.
Bell Vista. Mexico Ave. 69, 2 bdrom lm, he. cold walt I
near 43d Street. Phase -3453. PIMh. Peamm 3-4.941.
FOR fRNT-- FwrniMed apart-
FOR RENT: Camp. AmepA i*e SHam wau Highwy
nicely furnished room with pri- No. 120, befe Reegevelt The-
vate bath and delicie mehal. a wr, ewvrlking S. A. S. Com-
Europitan family. Call 3-1719. ImNMary Phene 3-5024.
FOR fNTa-3-,bdroam apart-
FOR RENT: -- Rom by day, ment, maids rem, garage, hot
week or month. CmfSertable, water, mpe Alegr. Just bult.
ventilated, with meals, private Phm 2.0421. -"
entrance and bathroom. To mar- FO -"
ried couple or 2 Mroam. 43rd FOR RENT: Nile and clean
Street No. 27, Belle Vista. apartm t In chelet. Preferable,
5, N ZAmedca. s aighbors. Phone 3-
2706. Via Porras, 12th St. No.
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur- 3, Sam- Francis"e.
nished houHeseping' rem, u FOR RNT:- Furnished apart
ble couch, refrigerator, Stove. FOR RENT;- Furnished apart-
kitchen cabinet, private bath nd apt. Scra ed, spacious, eonve-
entrance. No. 3, 52nd Street. nt. 706 4th Cenal-Mln-
Phone 3-0638. dos. Colon.
-r u

FOR RINT: Completely furL
nisked apartment at I Congrele.
in a 2 story houcl UIving-dining
nuW, two bdroni s bathroom,
hot water, telwphne, kitchen.
maid' room, arase and lawn.
Indoppondont entrance to apart-
ont, near Hotel El Panama.
Call, for information, 3 6796

FOR RENTh-- Frniled apart-
mat two bedrMe o, all screened
for two couples. BWb Vista,
$130. Phone 3-1643.
FOR RENT.-Lovoly 2-bedroom
apartment. El CaOgrojo, with in-
dividual bathrooms, dining-living
room, maid's room with bath.
Lavishly furnished including lin-
oe dishes, etc. AvailaHble De-
ember -T. Phone 2.24#6 busi-
nas' lours, 2-3525 Sundays.


stryv today had a job for its
tra three-star.general, Hans 8
Speidel will head the "Stre
raefte" Central Division of
new military high command
nounced by Defense MVi ni st
Theodore Blank. As expected,
Gen. Adolf Heusinger was nan
head of the high command.

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Dr C a. FAbrep Dr. I. Avib, Jr.
D.i. S. (Gaergetown Universit) M.D.
Tvni (Mh of Jly) Ave. no., A24
(oppo-lle Anc'n School playgound)
Tel. 2.2011 -- Panami


Phone Panam t2-0552
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Packs Shippers Moves
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
Lees im d s a
Riding 4r Jpoilh gl"sMAdeiv
1 to 5 p.m. Phaos 3-0279
or by opp lntmeant.

I 'We can help YOU with

Dn. A. and ORILLAM
(Paimer GraduatUI
P1 pert Avenue Tel. I-IM
(1 Iork frmn Lux Thetrep

.*lboa t-423 or hPnm& 1-1-
itudio El Pailm Hotel
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* -.M VG.o J.|
1 r 'U.s.,
ass 4

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S'-i "We willn setev Tourt"
e or s, cellouses nails
(Dr. Schoib trItned)


FOR SALE:-Dining room st.
chest of drawers, bed, various
chairs. Can be seen alter 7 p.m.
Calls 43 No. 52. Phone 3-3969.
FOR SALE: -Servel ice maker
refrigerator, twin beds, single
bed, many other items at a bar-
gain. 75 Via Argentina, Apt. 4.
El Cangraio. Phone 3-5752.
FOR SALE -Fiber rugs, rollaway
bed, platflm. rocker, limed oak
dinette, dresser with mirror, tl-
ephone stand, misc. lamps, ta-
blei. Nicanor Obarrio No. 23,
Apt. 4. Phone 3-1270.
FOR SALE: Bamboo living
room set, stove and water heat-
er, standing limp and various
household articles. Phone Pana-
ma 3-1773.
FOR SALE:- Westinghouse re-.
frigerator, 9-cu. ft.,$125; dele-
trig fan $12.50; aquIriums and
plants. 790-8 oBalboo. 2-1301.
FOR SALE: Work table $2
high chair $5; training chair $5;
1955 Morris Oxford, highest of-
fer; Westinghouse refrigerator,
25-cycle, $60; 5-p1. sectional
Rattan, 4-dtrand and coffee to.
ble (mahogany) 37" by 57".
used 1 year $400. 13 Ilamps
$10); dining table, 4 chairs
$18; bathlnette s$5; typewriter
$35. Other misc. 5439-A Dia-
blo. Phone Balboa 2874,



Two newly constructed up-
to-date chalets located on
the highest spot of La
estp,-, overlooking t he

ob These 3 and 4 bedroom

ch ets of the highest
quality construction have
everything needed for gra-
cious living.
Terms: $15,000 cash, bal-
ance in 120 monthly in.
ill 560. interact


WKft Jmte Aromms m 4ni j 3-22 1 IMCF11 V"""*""** ,w .""L*'
Io a -Phone: 2-0894 Panama,
be Che cal KlMr.Booker aywood.

Save Work, Warg Leonard ens
M-.DISON. Wis. -(UP)-- Cer. -
ic weed-kiiers can save you a f Kenneth lar
oin" f hLemng in your berry patches. I pl .Kenneth ilar
Ik you have never tried chem-T SM fl I U
Calls before, use them on a emarlll gllllll I
a.lca until )(.u understand how it
6 on. cautions George Klingbell. FORT POLK, La Two sol-
m.t production specialist at the diers fro'n the Canal Zone. Sgt.
University of Wisconsin. Leonard Gittens and Cpl. Ken-
neth 0. Clark, are participating
Use low-pressure sprayers with in the largest Army-Air Force
Lan-type weed noazles. "Crag' maneuver since World War I,
Murbi.ide I is a good chemical for Exercise Sage Brush, in Louis-
'eed control in strawberries, and ilana.
Djatro is very effective in rasp-'
Klngbel' warned that most Some 110,000 Army troops are
abemnicals are dangerous unless testing the latest concepts of I
*Md properly. Many weed-killers atomic, bacteriological, chemical
-.w cause illness if sprayed on and electronic warfare. The ex-
m- t or vegrtaliles, ercise will end Dec. 15.

It is best to get advice from your
S iMty agricultural agent or sup-
Iier about the best types of
peed-killers to use for each type
1 crop.





sergeant kittens, whose wife,
Cvnthia, lives in La Boca, is a
1952 graduate of La Boca Oc-
eupational Nigh School. Son of
Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Gittens.
Pare so, he entered the Army in
April 1953 and received basic
training at Fort Campobell. Kv.
Corporal Clark. son of Mrs.
Mildred rlp'k. Tq Pen, entered
the Army In July 1952 and re-
relved basic trai"Inp, at Fort Dix,
N.J. He attended La Boca Oc-
cunational Hlub School.
The two men. pqijlned to the
2d Infantry Division, are rewu-
',rly stationed at Fort Benning,

Truckino Honeymoon

minds For NY Couple

HAMRURO, .Y -f(UP)- Mrs
Albert J. Faustini is ready to settle
THORW down in or- spot after 'honey
mooning" for a year in a one-room
in Machin apartment on wheels that took her
ng MaChiandher husband on a 28,000-nimde
ja*t$ through the United States,
5 SERVICE Canada and Mexico.
S-- SERFastini, an electronics engineer
for five ears before the couple
PARTS a ay. 1954. bought al
S. -.paneltruck for $575.1
his wife snent $300
B.. f in nearly three
to convert the inside
R. Ite to

'itJyellow othe
F7ussl says sha

Automobiles '

FOR SALE: 1948 Studebaker
Champion. Economical, duty paid
$300. Phone Posey,. Panama 3-

FOR SALE:-1948 Buick Con-
vertible in good condition. Ra-
dio, new tires, top and mest cov-
ers. Duty paid. Call 2-1256 3al-
boa. CZ. Union Oil Co., La Bo.
ca Road, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldemobile
four-door, hydramatic. Leaving
Isthmus. Pfc. Fiodler, Ft. Davis
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolot
Deluxe, 3 new tires, perfect,
S425. Phone 86-5155 after
3:30 p.m.. Sgt. Corckis.

American Society

Give Buffet Supper

For US Ambassador

The American Society of Pan-
ama will give a buffet supper to-
morrow night at the Panama
Golf Club at 7:30 p.m. in honor
of the United States Ambassa-
dor and Mrs. Julian F. Harring-
Dress for the evening will be
Informal, and tickets may be
obtained at the door. Members
are advised to Call Mr. Suarez
at the Panama Golf Club for ta-
ble reservations.

'Three Stooge' Star

Heart Attack Victim
HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 24 (UP)-
Shemp Howard, a member of
-the Three Stooges,' comedy
trem, died Tuesday night of a
-e fltgKigfl. .lflkeu*

BOX 2031, ANCON, C.Z.

Miscellaneous ,
FOR SALE:-1948 Packard -s
dun. Leather upholstery, w/re-
die; 2 cribs, 2 high chain, din.
Ing room set, dsk, 2 chess
drawers, bedroom set, miscellen-
eous items. 83-3136, Qtrs. 514,
Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE:-30-gal. gas water
heter $80; baby bed with met-
tress $25; stroller $8. 20 50th
Street, Apt, 3. Panafma.
FOR SALE:-Pedro Miguel Un-
ion Church building. Purchaser
to receive all materials and re-
store site. Phone 2-3122 or
write Box 166. Diablo Heights.
"" : --K `$~10R -- ~ -
FOR SALE: Bendis Gyramatic
washing machine, 9 Ibs. Very
reasonable price. Hermano
Wright. S.A., Phone 4, Colon.
FOR SALE:-Bogan DI-10 am-
plifier, 25 -cycle: 12" triaial
sp a k e r and Karison cabinet.
Phone Balboa 2-3233.

Sultan Of Morocco Busily Trying

To Find Himself A Prime Minister

RABAT, Morocco, Nov. 24 (UP); til the Moroccan people can be"
-Sultan Mohammed V. launched consulted."
another round of talks and con-
fercnces today to select the man The French leased three bases
who as Morocco's first real Prime tq the United States Air F o r c e
Minister will have the job of build- and gave permission for. a fourth
lug Morocco into a peaceful, mod- to be built, but sine th6ckange in
ern, progressive Ustate. relations between France and Mo-
Sidi Mohammed Ben You see f rocco, the French have said- the
was scheduled to start his discus- future of American forces station-
aiops in the Royal Palace, ed here la now a question for the
* He spent longtime yesterday Morcocans.
with indepe t Nationat lead- .

trea ? ai later told gwsimeneu n"a l.A ag
'l unity" government was som: *bsetf Ctt
Hovward, 62, and his brother needed to steer the c ountr y S. government, fd him m
Roe, and Larry Fine were well through its teething troubles. cooperative than the French,
kpown to moviegoers for t h e i r Since he made this statement 1
slapstick comedy over the past immediately after seeing the sul- e I | re -
20 years. tan, and since he is one of the Er IViC% Mc alr
sultan's closest friends and advis.
Howard had been I show busl- ers, it was generally thought that Leaving Tomorrow
ness since he was 1 years old this reflected some of the sultan's .. -..
and was under contract at Co- thinking. For W aoshington
lumbia Studios for 23 years. Bekkai added that, parti s a n
Services were set for Friday at government will have to wait un- Maj. Gen. Lione C. Mciarr1
the home of Pace Cemetery in Maj. Gen. Lionel C.MeGarr,

Los Angeles. commanding general, U.S. Army
S l!' i- Caribbean, will depart tomorrow
eciaI Pillo G e- a In to meet with Gen. Maxwell D.
S e al Pilow Gets Taylor, rmy Chllt of Staff, at
s i WIt UHI the Pentagon Nov. 28 and 29 In
Ike's 'Thank You' IS 11il age Ni- an annual conference of Army
DES MOINES. Ta. -(UP)- Les- MOSCOW, Nov 24 (UP-Thea- commanders.
he (7. Myers receLved a "thank ter goers flocked to a Moscow'art Staff officers accompaning
you" letter from Mrs. Eisenhower theater last night to see s o me.- McGarr will include CoL ,. P.
for sending President Eisenhower thinm revolutionary in Russia--a Kaylor, G-2; Col. A. O. Elegar,
a special pl.Uow he devised for British production of "Hamlet." 0-3; Col. Gines Perez, chief of
persons confined to bed. Police were called out to .hold military missions: Col. J. L.
Myers, who suffered a heart at- back crowds of would-be g at e Frink, 0G-; Col. F. D. Miller,
tack In 1950, designed the horse- crashers wile the audience, that G-4: Col. J. H. Wlechmann,
shoe-shaped he a d rest with included diplomats, government comptroller: Capt. 0. 0. Benson.
several pillows during his illness. figures, artists and actors, troup- Jr., 0-3 section, and Lt. G. H.
It eased the stiffness in his neck, ed into the theater and took their Waple, aide de camp to McOarr.
and the end, extending down thesegats,
upper half of his body, gave him A
arm rest to relieve elbow oer. British Ambassador Sir Wil- Adenauer Re-Takes
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most welcome he as received be- field. ceUor Konrad Adenauer takes o-
cause it has afforded him so much ,Director Ni k olai1 Okhlopkov ver direct control of the West
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actor Cherkasaov to m-
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British theatrical cultuse.
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...- e I WNA Staff Correspondent |University c: Southern Califor-
M H n w the IEnia, is known to his fraternity pals
ca iMrs. Hele 1. W HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex.who still remember his pop's mov-
O eflers ; WWe l C he. na dOOR prio a lovely wetl Yours: Hollywoodl's won le, as "Shane, Jr." Other night
Thtr '- gulae luncheon and linen table thmt deRingI it's that old Oscar jinx as he left the frat house one of
business meeting of the Coco WFollo ng the business mee its hadow on Shirley h uddle asked, "Where ya go
jld o tlieets' Wives Club met ing, Bud 1 ark of Shaw's gavea t shadow on Shirey ng tonight?"
ft riM with'Mrs. Helen Zar- most Intevating talk on English "Come Back, ittle Sheba," Grinned "Shane, Jr.":
riello hidg. Bone China. zoomed Shirley to movie stardom "1 guess I'll go home and see
and an Academy Award in 1952. Shane, Sr.
Ms. Ruth Humphreys, M RRotarians' Wves Since then she's appeared in only
Marion Beebe and Mrs. Marga- Guests For Thanksgiving one movie, "About Mrs. Leslie," WITH "THE BIG KNIFE" em-
ret Kemp were hostesses for the Wives' Day was celebrated by which missed in the big money bedded in Hollywood, the next big
dtcasion:- A Thanksgiving mo- the Rotarians at their meeting league. Her last Broadway play, knife may be aimed at television
tif of tornacopla filled wa'plen- at the Hotel El Panama today- the Beautiful Sea," enjoyed in "The Comedian," which George
ty, I' sedeeach table. %hen a gres number of Rotar- moderate success but her new dne Glass has scheduled as an Inde.
Sra c tiins brought their wives 9s "The Desk Set," was barbecued pendent movie. About a lovable
Ne* .members welcomed a- guests by the critics. TV ctmic whose a heel.
board wire Mrs. lsie Connolly. --- Why a lagtificent actress like -
Mrs. Audry Tuttle, and Mrs. pat Proram 'ghllhbts Shirley should h Itharid luck ca. Lizabeth Scott's making her first
Glbraith. Monday M lcake reer-wife after wninlg aa Oscar movie in several years "The
Fond farewells were said to Thb Monday Musicale met Is a pussiler. Weapon,'" opposite Steve Cochran.
Mrs. Ann Barrttt, Mrs Grace Monday night at the home at The picture just went before the
orbwer and Mrs. Nancy Flesigh- Mrs. A. A. Rankin. Members at- Columbia stUdio is objecting to cameras in England It's.
If. a tending were Mrs. C. C. Nelson, Kim Novak being classified as a only-money note: The Gary Coop.
Mrs. 0. E. Jorstad, Mrs. H. tDbn-1 "most promising new personal- ers flew in some of the musicians
Seflors Jose' Maria Gonzalez rIldbn, Mrs. George Engielke ity" on the first annual Audience from Southampton, L. I., for a
Pnd Mri Joe Harrington at- Mrs. A. A. Rankin. Mrs. Andrew Award-ballot that goes to voteralblack tie dinner party at their
tended as te guests of Ruth Whitlock, Mrs. F. E. Ebdon. Mrs Nov. 17. The studio claims she's home. Kim Novak was w I t h
Hua reys. Marion B ebe's W. L. Brooks, Mrs. J M. Pyrvis, pat the newcomer stage and in Frank Sinatra at the swank affair
guest was her mother-in-law, Jr., Mrs. Frank McLeod, MW the star league- -their second date in two weeks.
M B.peebe. Mos aeM dath MaMsH rts *. A DRAMA THAT could be titled Bill Holden will star In "Toward
C. J. Genlas, Mrs. R. L. Sullivan., 'Will Competition Irk Marilyn the Unknown." It's a yarn about
and Mrs. Ellen Mattison. Guests Monroe? Is on the griddle- at the space travel by Beirne Lay, Jr.,.
included Mrs. John Manning, Actors' Studio in New York. Busty who wrote "Strategic Command,"
_______________ ~Mrs. N. M. Schommer. and Ms. an e Manseld who mimics that Jimmy Stewart starrer .
Frederick'-Sauer. FollowinR -g Mmmm Mimminmm d6wn to a Teresa Wrights film-testing at
short business meeting. a brief w e in "Wil Success Spoil Rock MGM for her biggest role in re-
explanation -on the Oratorio was Hunter?" has applied for enroll- cent years a remake of "The
peelnted hby Mrs. C. J. entis. eat in the school. Barretts of Wimpole Street." She's
Mrs.enurt Watson andbC r G Ts' had her movie career on the shelf
Mrs. part Watso^ n andMrs. The b question: "Can Mart. while TV emoting.
Mose Hartman sang three siel- y an d Jane get along as class-
ections from Handel's "Men- mates?" CBS-TV IS PLANNING a musi-
slah." The selections were "Re-
Toice Greatly." "Cebme U nto1 ___ __ __ __ _
Him." and "He Shall Feed HIS:
Flock. A social hour followed
dP rc -this a verys nioyable aqd Infor.r-
alive evening.
Thanksgivling Theme,-
,. For N.C.O. Wives
thank'sgivine wnn!'tl* Wtaii-
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B ingo wasg13 and Ia prizes
were wo by M esdames La Ver-
*na Gldepn. IdaIRaclot. Ethel
Hyde, Reba Powell, Lorretti Lan-
THESPIAN Jobhs May lea Irimer. Carolyn Pridhum. Max-
(above) k playing the role of line Simmons, Mary Tomlinson
Wyniham Brand onin the f orth- I and Wilms a Mncle.
romlng Theater Guild poduc- Refreshment were served by
pJ oe' "eApo." This mystery- hostesses Mrs. as Verne Golden
drams by Patrick Hamilton will and Mrs. Jane Gardner.
Ibe presented Dec. 5 through 10 Members present were Mes-
At tht Guild P9adhouse in An- dames Ida Racnot. L e Verna
cat si ui ayoe Golden. Reba Powell. Jane G arCod- '.L *
Males is well known to Isth- ner. Laura Gardner. Joann 4-
lan thekater audiences andh is Fiscas. Carolyn Pridham. etty
member of the board of goyer- Gooble. Retty Reese. Ethel frvd'.
note of the Guild. His last all- Maine Shaw, Jein Crow, Phyl-
perance saO a full length play 'is Vandiver and Maxine Tay-:
was as Waldo Walton In the lor.
Guild's, production of "RNemains Guests- attending were pr Nqdc -
To Be Seess," one of the funl-ines Maxine Simmons, Gloti,..
steot and most suacessfui play$ Smith. Lorretta Lorrimer. Ruth
of the -last season. Bean. Mary Tomlinson and Wil-
Mayles will also be rememiber-,ma Muncie.
ed for-bit appearances with the .
Cirle Theater at the Hotel ElnIfate Cbianed For Emblem
Panama a year or two ago. He 'Clsh's Christmas PartY
ptpyed the part of Inspector The Christmas PartY of thi-
HNbbard i. the "Dial M' for Uihalbo Eriblem Club No. Jo w111
Mpirder" and was east as Carle-Ibe held after the meeting ot i I
toa Fltqgerald ito "Light Up The Dec. 8 and not on Dec. 12, as
S5y," the-] Nom Hart comedy. jrevionsiv stated.
in the lonag'and difficult part'I Memorial services will be held
of Wyndham" lamdo Mayble sin the Ilka Home Sunday. Dec.1
will fad-his strongest challenge 14 at 'MOO ninm All members are
as an ato;. -' asked to-attend.

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cal spectacular based on the ca-
re of famed lyricist Dorothy
Fields with Ginger Rogers in the
starring role TV comic Hen-
ny Youngman landed a role in the
musical version of "It Happened
One Night." June Ailyson and
Jack Lemmon are the new stars
of the film, which won Oscars for
C!ark Gable and Claudette Colbert
in 1934 It's Lori Nelson for the
feminine lead in the new Dean
Martin-Jerry Lewis c o m e d y,
Actor Paul Douglas and Sen.
Paul Douglas checked in at the
Savoy Plaza Hotel in New York
within an hour of each other the
other day: Next morning at 5:45
the senator received a phone call
intended for the actor in New York
for "The Solid Gold Cadillac,'
reminding him he was due in the
lobby at 6:30 "ready to shoot."
The senator Immediately phoned
the actor. "I don't know what you
are going to do about this, he
laughed, "But I'm going back to
Mrs Robert Taylor Ursula
Thiess is scheduled to join the
ladies of the bathing brigade. She
has a sizzling shower scene in
Bob Jacks' production, "Bandido",
with Robert Mitchum holding the)
After that Riviera incident and
watching nude bathers in Sweden
this summer, Mitchum is the best
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munist China has claimed the
400-year-old Portuguese colony
o of Macao and warned that "con-
tinued occupation" o t the'city
and coastal islands can no long-!
er be tolerated. The colony con-
sists of the city of Macao andI
three small offshore islands. The I
'Communist Chinese broadcasts;
'did not mention Hong Kong, jhe.
British crown colony which oc-
cupies a similar position off thel
South China coast, but the Red .
move increased the possibility'
that they may claim Hong Kong
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See history' moIat famous ide.., the rider of beautiful,
bewitching Lady Godlva ., the Aide that aroused an emn.
pire!... "LADI GODIV V... starring Maunreea O aa..
George Nader. Victor MaLaglen... Rex Reason!... "LADY
GODIVA"... her beauty shielded by shuttered windows...
her loveliness cloaked in v h a d o w and silence, .. riding
through the atreets of Coventry to challenge kings and
courts for the freedom of her people I... See it all for the
first time en tie motion picture screen .. and see the
reat love story that inspired It!u.. LADY GODIVA... print
by Technicolor! Advt.

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who sprang from last place to first in one season
but are denied the chance to go to the Cotton Bowl,
are favored by 14 points to clinch the Southwest
Conference championship today in the nationally
televised feature game on Thanksgiving Day.
h 9 Aggles tangle with dan- Miami of Ohio. rated a "small"
.. gerous Texas before an expeLced school in football competition.
* crowd of 42,000 at College Sta- was In the spolight this Turkey
Iton, Tex., with the national tel- Dav as a 13-point favorite over
east starting at 2:15 'p.m1. Cincinnati. Miami will finish
EST). with a perfect-record of 9-0 If
'" The Aggles had a 1-9 record it. wins this one, and may get a
a last season but will wind up bid to the Gator Bowl.
with a stunning 8-1-1 mark fori wichita is a 13-point pick to
the present season if they beat beat Tulsa and thus finish in a SUSP
:-the Longhorns-one of the most tie with Detroit for the Missouril. The
amazing turnabouts in receipt Valley Conference champion- has c
Sgridiron history. Ordinarily, this ship. of ch
performance would mean a Cot- Wyoming, with Joe Mastro- excess
tonBowl berth, which g6es with glovanni, the "cowboy from three
the conference title, but the Ag- Brooklyn" playing his final The *
-".ies are barred from the bowli game, can clinch a tie with 7 vot
1,ior disciplinary reasons. Colorado A. and M. for the
h"" Should Texas, led by hard- Conference champion- lea
"' "iItting Walt Fondren, spring* ship by beating Denver. But
an upset, the final decision on Denver Is favored by four
the Southwest C o n fe rence points.
arown would be postponed un- Cornell is a 13-point favorite Vn
til Saturday, when Texas over downtrodden Pennsylvania |I11
i .Christian then coull clinch in their traditional game that
Sthe title bY beating Southern is expected to lure a huge crowd
Methodist. Texas Christian al- at Philadelphia. Penn. making r'i
-ready has clinched the Cotton one last effort to score a victo- V
#ow berth. ry, has lost 17 straight games
The Aggles are out to avenge and hasn't escaped defeat since
past indignities in this tradi- its 1953 game wfth Cornell, a
lonal series that started in 1894. 7-7 tie.
L "'exas has won 40 games, the In other leading games today:
I ggles only 16 with five ties. Colgate is an eight-point fa-
Since 1939, the only Aggie vie. vorite over Brown, Richmond -
a tory was a 22-21 squeaker in three points over William and .
1951. If the Aggies win, it will Mary, Virginia Tech 14 over
be their first conference title V.M.I., and Utah 14 over Utah
S*nce. 1940. State.


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GREENVILLE. Nov. 24 (UP) just about top shape for the
Alken professional Orville White Furman Rame. All of the Tigerr
has successfully defended his tl- except halfback Jim Coleman
tie in the two-day South Caro- were in pads but Coleman Is ex-
iDna Open Golf Championship pected to be ready for the Pur-
Tournament at the Greenville ple Hurricane Saturday. He suf-
Country Club, fered a leg Injury against Au-
.White.'Mac Brgs e f Orange- burn last week.
burg ll viL .ImphiL of
. fimsYney A|lflai l r but Atletle &1recttr Tom Hanll-
White d l I ao In a t t i e Uni*rslty of Pitts.
sudden eatplay to retain .uRill scout four 'football
the crown. oth Briggs and teams Saturday. The four are
Hemphill shot a par four on the Georgia Tech. Auburn. Missis-
hole. Appi and Vanderbilt, all playing
White soared to a four over traditional rivals in the South-
par 74 yesterday but his 69 Tues- eastern Conference. One of those
day gave him the edge. L. R. four will be chosen to play Pitt
Yaun of Aiken, who added a 76 in the Sugar Bowl Jan. 2. One
yesterday to go with his par 70 or two others might iret bids to
Tuesday. took the amateur hon. the Cotton and Gator Bowls.
era with a 146. One stroke be- Hamilton calls the Sugar Bowl
Bind were Heywood Sullivan and invitation to Pittsburgh "the
Bill Young. both of Greenville, finest thing that's happened to
who carded 147's. Pitt since I've been associated
-- with the school."
Atlantie Coast Conference Briefs
*went through one of its rough-
a'et scrimmages of the year yes- A veteran race driver-Duane
'jerday with freshmen running Carter-has become racing dl-
Irglnia tye plays as the Game- rector of the newly-formed U-
-*ocks prepared to wind up the united States Auto Club. The
,1v25 season. Coach Rex Enrlaht group will run auto racing across
.kid most of thu players, came the country, now that AAA has
tr of the practice:in pretty disbanded its supervisory com-
eshape but-the Gamecocks mittee. Carter will earn about
have lost the services of $12,000 a year in the new lob.
kle Tommy Addison for the He's driven 23 years in rpees
e' Saturday with the Caval- from midget to big cars. The
owner of the Indianaoolls Speed.
t Addison re-injured the ankle way-Tony Hulman Jr.-is pres-
-hat has sidelined him for two dent of the United States Auto
,*her games this year. Enriwht Club.
id the Gamecocks will drill
s.ain today.
Elsewhere In sports: Middle-
CLEMSON.-The Clemson Tim. weight Al Andrews took a unan-
a were back in pads yesterday Imous decision from Jimmy Mar-
t only went through dummy tiner Tuesday night In Miami
ills preparing for the final beach...The Chicago Cuba have
me of the season against Fur- announced a spring exhibition
an in Greenville Saturday. schedule of 32 frames, all but one
ch Frank Howard ran his against major league opposition
t three terms through pass .. .Tennessee tailback Johnny
fense and defense drills and Majors Is expected to be readyv
nmmy offensive rushing drill!. for Vanderbilt Saturday despite
toward pronounced his squad in an Injured back.


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Missouri Valley A.A.U.
learned miler Wes Santee
arges that he accepted
sive expense money at
California track meets.
group's action, by a 21 to
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Santee's suspension un-
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%At ma Area Armed Forces tourna- Association
ment. Competition in zo weigh
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S rdisbanded in 1951 was a plged
Top ePaBxemt are i leweth BlMINGO IM, Ala ., Nov. 24 success Meating at the Margar-
andi thywe igt mlaesl wihre (UP)-- Temneseee tailback John. its Oam last Monday night wre
ad four h contest sare expert Majors, haa regained the offen- eight prospectve teams ald
oneed. oters apiste ine PA- .ite leadership in the Southeast- many interested pi.hes who
AF blam Bill Priest o Fort ern Conrermnce. eeme enthwl in their de-
Kobe, w lt the Caribben tatist released yesterday the sport to
Command title bia split-dec- show Majore leading in total of- the A~lI bide.
sialo ists year, win y A fse, w ith 80 yards for theomme e

Sthe Air Force Worldde event n was Fcidle. pessoftbale p n. had a
the finale to wPans in te ric e- M ajors also moved Hiis p air oiftb aml repretd. The

Kobbes Bill Byrd seeks to repeat James ha aver d seven and a S ation were not scented
hls win over A brok s Bob half yards per onn e rafy while Ma e Pt eerln bat bbmt aelo-an-
in Georgiae in te AAm finale last carr. oteam from otu aE
year, but then injured his flost Alo Dah Geo ria l'asl team ill b ae nitnLb alt.

Puer Ri o Ge orgie to subbed for i dtin eajrt re's Johe sn als t rere
him and promp tly scored a solert -oatn e -hi asou or 22 Ib w as tartoM d alrw sch
win over the Antilles Herbert yards. Bob Hard of Knt t hat the purpose ta
Hope, deinte a 21 ud disad- o second with 77 yards. will be primnarily t atal
vantage.,Byrd is a Chicago vote:. Halfback Jimmy On' of Geor- but a close adherence to ale
an, while Geo normally a a till leads in ps receiving would be observed i n order to
Sligh t heavyweig, is a former wiith.21 catches for 412 yards. H e ive the l ayers and ans a
New Jersey ttle-bolder and win followed by illy Kin ard of chance to see at nd enjoy some
a| a nd pro test by dredfausol jat his or.t-est w- Baing tba of mn well eight on the

nr ofe the Air Fortes Southwest Mississippi. with 21 catches god good softbalL
E Distri te y t for 334 yards. r m e d
S d n the Bde t snldes ober's Don Chandr le of Florida old Another meeting of the newl
aBIO ieog, allyT oer the punting lead still, with a formed Atlantic Softball League
S o t dS ars At' y Fort cla ytoi bantamweiht 44.2 average.h wi4y bards.M oe held at the Margarita

nerwi ttereA ir dahs They are, left to ehae t n dKn gym on Dc 5. On tha t d.a e all
Sotony Sardlsto. Coach Pi.neyHwe ote Dme's Commaysiheand avortsow arda puflhtDCoIT be presented.
n- 1954t has three titles cinched within waspdl w o all

weight divisions. Clayt ion h as two Cassady of O State has re- mor dtat instillrremain to be
contestants iad the middleweight ceived offers to play profesaon- Irened out, the moat Imortant
oar o. al football in Canada. Cassody p oif which -"will be lt nature of
Two fls will be repeats of also is high on the draft list of pitching that will beattuowed.
K a b the pt champialeasp the National Football League The legtlne plans tLo use play

matches Raul Arroye-To r t but chances are th te young star cr ai s umpir *on days that
who lost to Rp-Guman last will enter the Air Force after his their teams are mot playing,
.anss.ta e graduation next d. working outna scheAdule of um-

a h-. y lear, is sight efavnorlte torl g adInn ree pires that would ainhdw orde
hpeat his eavUt decision win over plaere to unwiren daowr tha
By Bradley. George Roes de.- TURF player to umtce no more than
cisioned Walt Stephany in the one game. For that reas it
post final, and Is expected to Jockey Bennle porensof rode will be necessary to have- team'
repeat. "Hartsville" to victory yesterday rosters submitted at am' early -
eKobbes Rdoe and Poindexter, in the featured York Purse at date. The Dec. 5 meeting ivs
twho lost the PAAP finale to Bill pimlico, Maryland, "Royal Bat- scheduled for the Margarita
Bollinger last year and who has tie" ran second 'in the six fur- Gymnasum at 7 o'clock. A re-
won two matches by default fths long test, with "BDiaing Home" minder will ap er on these
year, clashes with Clayton's Pat thurd in the' 11e4 of -seve. pages prier to.the meeting.
camCornell In the light welterweight
SBThe welter weight match pits

finalist, against Clayton slugger
Wayland MiMullen. Cla y tonha,
Louis Long and Bill Smith om )ok 'ATAYSUNDAY AND"
each other. ain the middleweightcaTU i..u m.
class." ON'-o'MONDAYo
(1 Army Atlantic's only entry. By
Riggens, avill go against aobbes -
mEddie Suttou A the lights heavy-e-

iMississippi Southern t wg

.College T0 Apply

,SA' n'uD- mGo. Miss., Nov.
wege has announced It wail make n
y formal pia tion fork metre-
Conference at a meetiningin *a
Nashville next month. -"n
The president of the college at .oea. F
pHattlesbutg, disepDr. William '
D. McCaHn-oeat tie a rlrlatlon
will be made R t mdting ot the ft
conference sculedt Dee. 8
Bland 10. MCeain said he deadle
to announce this agead at time

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1 of predeo sF pLl weekI a -tO t r o Ger eDer it in well withhat time ai

week durIn nI the waning ofar y payell 8p080lan T a oI ra the Crusaders a.ould n WaJe si g ae of-
havn'ot i t o th e old Ort ned t ,i wa herh m h stea s ld riea Ha ea'wi thri f two-e r b
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men ae m ru oay TEr Ls oIA o bai r s of ...e* Ri. Johnav pla's a t y od in the bg

o t' Iitlgat tease old oroles," ansooer suggested, "land *mooth 1343. m DcD
S h t y oon en r e away. In Jia fm uninbli stiae-
.i T o en-d to the |a h o a a the Bstil iM Cadneyan oi-save ,

fl ata onal Lague p ennantc under N em Naton mara, a aixaix underneath mat te mor t ive.
outa r |der d ant 30 aofn Nul e e f mr le qu dsare n at ed B s e r Idldas
W eCa dsf ou d fiew OIfl d t laa olwoner fe_ on o t eHands, ai erebond-

TI s sot ie ata w t m s d fe rel a(eh an tae atle gi r S m en eors' theRe ihave fresh ba r.
te21yll need It, for the*Wo;dtW

In ai loddle -a .Whb eug spoue. T he ole &O tole w h a ou lom- -eWt. **
Imy on oe glrathe thuls inM os d ssworm e event al e aMd a teyt backcrIs mane o Ditcountr a
Games Wan 198 w twa m o a4n 1 Kn a y a l- B fr m plays I
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fork id7y',ap)eSorfooSt bal ayl rards 144re ant AlGera,,- n de &fte soul make s a oudr
men 1n en to d-Ailaer. s tWhy ao bgrplayer sof o5 Yaou busr hrDecemo r--acit time h e
have toh bedng bet cir?" un ah a d pic s veno r tle havenpat d in the big are.
ih"Letis I sW ato Iorta f aesoold owhioldes," tther su pSete"nd ua tee h1as a htl.prsb.
lu Crd s o f'55 lew toily 63| Inr a uc loge seso forN the fiagara is another toua hie s

th o lcitet ho.nyned e onthe r od tiP le r t east, with veteran Tom 1eck-
file wai s-opened toer, e 1 gret m1we o~ ckd o won'tm ais dand ,e, a nsixsil lundeoetboy 0h
ttrhbt Nati o and olL e remna nt under N izn alon. I m boa -dAlexZ ,a lht who de-five s o Oa m a o e teir scre wt ls s
112oir t op Natowu W at *reahteve) outel wh ored

played iin18a wimewrked 1t 4 aio, mthe entire Ule. Joe Xe 1 o f eere.7th eer ta si e saded the e ps rae l o -
lue waslloset arne anddMickeWt went oro -W-@Tw qnd areeominteodan
aee in 1 it w fdas ar epetya n a bmgn .a nlprd Ltwak aIs qBS

wa u' to 43 w ter o tohbed o cdudde fOWrbount satga m-she oltbW endti t move atealm
puff team owa tda y? The 8s.tow orr aout hirds aoia ,ge fe intanwi--th a f rooklu avo t ist h
nots latenthe-oi wo use pay e. LnAst o n t n-Muil wpYer smooth ba Ckeourt an, Dick Due ,
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So Gave BoWIBest SI i
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FOR ONii, the rule prohibit-
in a school from participating i
a Bowl game two years m a row
has kicked back to the advantage
of the Attraction.
Before Ohio State deployed a.
against Michigan, praetically ev-
e'ybody agreed that Michigan
State had the finest team la the
'Bg Ten and Midwest, if no% the
the Buekeyes couldn't go, so
they pent the belt show-to the
Pasadena Rose Bowl, Jan. 2.
. Thus for the first time sine the
Bowl business came into being,
not one, but two New Year's Day
engagements to a great degree
are rematches. UCLA's crack sen-
iors as sophomores saw their for-
mula Upset by Michigan State's
pony backfield oat 1S and Vie
versa. It'S the same'set-up in the
eaeore being played by Maryland
and Oklahoma in the Miami Or-
ange Bowl.
Sid Ziff, Max Stiles and the oth-
er Los Angleles and southern Ca.
lifornia football writers have some.
thing they can get their teeth into
in the match bringing ou UCLA
and Michigan State. They will
have seen an excellent Notre
Dame team combat Southern Cra
lifornia, giving them an n bet-
ter line on the Spartans who so
throu hly oupplayed the Irish win-
nilng, 1-7.
never had a kick blocked on him
in a;l his years of coaching, when
end Ellis Duckett of Michigan
State did it in the Rome Bowl two
year ago. That sent the teams to
the dressing rooms at the half
with the Uclans leading, 14-7.
Coach Sanders had never had a
punt run back for a touchdown on
one of his teams until Billy Wells
allowed 0o yards with one to put
the iron ont be door for the Spar-
tans, 28-20.

Mhigan tmas
plin sucn specacumar fem
trip, but Dufy Daug.hery
line. ana tack wtlk
a l2t .b ,ut .i
Watt WeaieftIck and. i
dinar% eary foot to
baee Btreel M a
ensil"~d, by Baw t o&1a
maue lhorotlgbla super
once Peaks and fGerty PL

nine of lu gamer Amet M e
era and Fielle osit OBiMS..
emefle in tMr Pti ui~k. t
aalft the vt
|olean ep haslgI ina M
uit bea ulr .
UCLA trOts out tMueww
Brown, plung&g b ,
incomparable unema
Hardiman Q ureton and,
BroW and P lotk at DMtt
just a wo nt Bfoe rt"
passer RoAble EnKma's
areture is expeedt b M
by Jan. 1. R SaReg Ba we
quire a ka-sare packae.-
Mak ini the kine AP -i
liatereist u isa t tate t ..
battle f mltiple 08eames4
eacs sioe savig the pM9 ro lip"
carry out the more Intricate a-
neuters. -

Today -- Enconto 2-5
At 9 on -te rMtaS
Plus: "Cdntal4 8 IPled
Alao: TWO PICTRtS1^'l
Todr<; IDEAL..20.Q
Gary Cooper, I -*
John Agar; in
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PARIS Nov. 24 (UP) -France
studied he construction of an a-
,tmle submarine today as tbhe
test weapon in a growing nu-
ar age arsenal designed to
Oep her in the front rank of
modern powers.
,i. The first official confirmation
,*at thiJ country plans to follow
M lead of the U.S. and Britian
wme n a statement last night
_S armed forces secretary Jean
ouwer that also revealed that
ance is mass producing masks
leapae of filtering atomic dust.
..ouzer revealed no details of
t projeCted atomic stibmarine
er. did he estimate when c o n-
Jruction could being.

Only the Unhetd States neow
a a atome-power underwa-
aer craft and another is under
.eonitaredti. Britain has said
i pe lun to start ballding one

.'nOur Navy has undertaken to
nuclear propulsion destined
-be installed on a submarine,'
feroler announced.
'The atomic motor will fi r st
to modernize our fl e t.
terwards it could be adopted to
Pr opulsion b commercial ves-

He also revealed the existence
f the anti-atomcl mask.
iAtomic protection already has
partly solved by the mass
auctionn Ffrance of detectors
d protedve masks capable of
terg atomic dust," he said.
Crousier disclosed that France
has developed i aircraft
i d lss.m les--nlciamed "the
.est are now In process, he
The rocket misses blast
ugh the sound barrier


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ttc delegate C- WA-. Behur-
Stold the U.N. Trusteeship
t-ee t under a new
r the kindom rosuul-
a-led st -Dec. 29, te two
5tt ane no longer possessios-
to United Nations super-

"1bat charter," he ,said, 'put
Sed forever to the Colu
.a., whatever form the. lnttr
-anifeAted lf."
ppearing before the gene r
's committee wIt A
Sur ran were J aDr n H. o.
t r. Prime M~inster of 8nrt-
Frin Jorekiser, Prtme
ter of the AntIlles and the
dents of Patliament. Dr.
rick C. Van Ommern of
naRm d Juan IL Trausquin
thoe Antlles.
Four repreeetaiives of
little countries nestled in
.n-America backed up the,
delegate's assertIon that
are fully independent ti
internal affairs and had
the charter of the king-
n of their own free will. The
government looks after
in affairs and defense

e the committee Is the
m of terminating the
government's rprts to
If. Mn Srnamavnd the thus recognluing
E n ao longer nterrter-
by another

"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincolnm

31st yEAR PANAMA, R. P., THU SDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1955

Russia Calls Session To Give
Rusi OSs~r 0 lm

Latest Views On Disarr

24 (UP).-Russia, which recent-
ly touched off the largest hy-
drogen bomb explosion In Its his-
tory, called the U.N. Disarma-
ment Commission into a Thanks-
giving Day session today to hear
Its latest views of arms reduc-
Soviet delegate Arkady A. So-
bolev, commission chairman for
November, summoned the 12-
nation group to a meeting indi-
cating that he would delver a
major speech.
The Russian was expected to
refer to the suggestion made
yesterday by French delegate

Jules Moch that a worldwide
disarmament program should
be preceded by a preparatory
Sstae In which the tint ele-
ments of control would be set
In this stage, Moch said, Pres-4
ident Eisenhower's'"open skies"
inspection plan could be tried as
British Prime Minister Sir An-
thony Eden's proposal for a "pi-
lot zone" arms limitation test
and French Premier Edgar
Faure's idea for disarmament
through budgetary control.
The U.N. faced a busy holiday
schedule with four of the Gen-
eral Assembly's commit t ee

Brazil Certain To Enter

30-Day Stage Of Siege

(Ur) The Senate Justice com-
mittee toeay approved a House-
passea bill o pace ,srazi under
a state ot siege 1or tie .next 3o
iae vote In the justice commit-
tee was a close 6-5 in vavor of
tne bill whica was approved by
tne lkwer chamber In a marathon
session early today and sent to
the Senate.
Senate approval of the state
of siege, a modified form of
manrtia law, was consMuered
certain. A final vote In the up-
chamber was ehpectet late
or possibly to-

imts. loal ,aling Pres
151 Joao Cafe Ilb6 .wouid over-
throw the legal government in an
effort to prevent President-elect
Juscelino Kubitechek from taking
office Jan. 3g.
'Sen. Nereu Ramos, the acting
president, placed the bill before
a special session of the Chamber
o Deputies Monday night a nd
action was begun immedidtly.
But opponents oeced a delay by

Suie Turns Herself

n; No Rabies, Tho
HOUSTON, Tex., Nov. 23 (UP)
-A wandering organ grinder and
his trained monkey, Susie, walk-
ed into police headquarters today
to end a two-state police search
and the vigil of a New Orleans
The orgaa grinder, Paul Vitale,
065, exhibited a rabies vaccina-
tion eertifilat e for Susie. Tbhat
was all the police and Ashton Rei-
neek, a New Orleans business-
man. wanted to know.
Buse playfully nipped at Rel -
neek's Y-year-old ao In New
Orlens 10 days ago and then VI-
taleUft the Crescent City and
came to Houston,
Reneeke didn't know whether
or not to have the child take ra-
bies treatments and police were
asked to hunt down Susie and Vi-
Polkie advised Reinecke in New
Orleans that Busie's rabies certi-
ficate gave her and young Rei-
necke a glean bili of health.

I INCES: .75 & .40

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-m mK^B

introducing a total of 39 amend-
ments wjIiui nau to De ueoaieQ
ine Ludmber of Deputies fanal-
ly vote I B to vi in xavor of
me government Du anti sent at
to tue benaLe.
A sould mock of Social Demo-
cratic, Labor and bociai j-rog-
ressive rarty meanoers w n o
bac Kubdtschek ouned tea e
siege measure throu g h te
Inuse over mne opposuma wt ne
1National emspocrauc union rar-
it was t hefirst time such dras-
tic laws, nau been puiL m in xurce
under tae 1W5 consuution aim it
Ws ie cnmminaciuuu ou oater
Ow Rodd -awIcAs strike .44at
iuw Vis a ma'y ca aOe over
Spreaaenuam succession.
j auiy stan anu trouups w
have occupeao tse capha aurm
Te past two wWets, unce to ouab.
Carius Luz, the acung presluent
am a aupporer o0 qLad, anu jat-
er to bar me return ox a.iue him-
an both cases the army said it
was Gsac ,cng kuoluscucs utute
o ,the preaseency won in me uct.
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parts oL natuonau erriSry, -mves-
ugaLe, arrest anu prosecute legal
crimes witnouL tae accused hav-
ing recourse to naoeas corpus or

Air Force Announces

New 'Secret Missile
The Air Force said t o d a y the
Boeing plant at Wichita, Kans.,C
will produce the nation's f I r s t
long-range pilotless interceptor forI
air defense against Invading
The Bomare missile, 'under de-
velopment at Boeing's Seattle,
Wash., plant for several years, is
a 1,650 mile-an-hour Interceptort
believed capable of hitting enemy
targets more than 200 miles a-
The Air Force did not indicate
how soon production lines will be
running at the plant.

lendes-France Said

Planning U. S. Vishi
PARIS& Nov. 34 (UP) -Former
Premier Pierre Mendes France
will visit the United States f o r
several days early in December.I
informed sources said today. He'
is scheduled to give at least one

scheduled to meet In addition to
the disarmament commission.
Only the main political com-
mittee, of the major working
groups, cancelled its session for
today. But that was not to ob-
serve the American holiday. It
was rather to allow time for
further back-stage efforts to
gain agreement between the
Arab countries and the Latin-
American states on a move to
bring France back into the as-
Colombia. Cuba, Chile and
Ecuador last night submitted a

Ex-6ualemalan Chief

Is Living In Prague
HAMBURG, Germany, Nov. 24
(UP) -The afternoon paper "E-
cho" said today today Czech re-
fugees reported exiled Guatema-
lan Presidert Victor Arbenz has
been living in Prague "for sever-
al weeks."
Arbenz intends to visit 'Moscow
and Budapest, Hungary, and find
a permanent home in one of the
Communist capital of eastern
Europe, the reports said.
Arbez fled from Guatemala
after his Communist tinged re-
fime was overthrown in a revolt
led by the current president, Car-
los Castillo Armas.

Rita, Aly Ask Court
To OK RenoDivorce
L ARUS, Nov. 24 (UP) Rita
Hayworth and Prince Aly Kin*
petitioned a French court todgy
to recognize Rita's Nevada d -
vorce from him.
In so doing, they revealed Aly
Is paying $8,000 a year for the
support of their daughter Y a s-
min. In return he gets custody of
the 5-year-old Yasmin for at least
six weeks a year.
The court will make its ruling
Dec. 14. It was expected to ap-
prove the request.

formal proposal for the assembly
to delete from Its agenda the
Algerian 10m, which caused
France to boycott of the world
parliament Sept. 30.
Meanwhile, a delegation of
Yugoslav atomic scientists has
arrived In Moscow to swap in-
formation with Soviet scientists,
the Moscow Radio announced.
The Moscow broadcast, moni-
tored in London, said the aim .pf
the Yugoslavs' visit Is "to con-
duct negotiations on cooperation
in the use of atomic energy for
peaceful aims." The Yugoslav
delegation is led by Franc Kos,
minister plenipotentiary of the
State Secretariat for Foreigp Af-

US Liberatilon Drive

Of Jailed Auerican

In China Progressing
GENEVA, Nov. 24 (UP)-A U-
nited States drive to liberate 14
American civilians still jailed In
Communist China and get a
pledge from Peiping to settle
Far East disputes .without force
went into Its 16th and possibly de-
cisive week today.
Envoys of both sides held their
27th meeting of the current se-
ries at 0900 hours GMT in the
Palais Des N a t io n s, European
Headquarters of the United Na-

China gives us coner te assuranc-
es it will renounce tbe use of
force In disputes between the two
Chinese Ambassador to Polando
Wang Ping Nan is reported
more irritated because the U. S.
flatly refused to consider his re-
quest to raise the talks to Fo r-
eign Minister level until th hbse
two points are setteld.

Senator Alleges Auto Dealers

Afraid To Testify Against GM

Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney said
yesterday some auto dealers who
are critical of General Motors
Corp., have declined to testify at
a Senate hearing in fear of "re-
The Oklahoma Democrat, head
of monopoly subcommittee in-
vestigating the giant auto firm,
said he has received a "flood of
letters" from dealers and parts
manufacturers objecting to certain
GM practices.
But some of them contend it
would be "economic suicide" for
them to testify publicly, O'Mahon-
ey said.
He added "we will do our best
to see that there are no reprisals"
for those who do testify.
"The picture here shows a
steady treod toward& absolute con-
trol of the auto industry in the
offices of General Motors," the
senator said.
Individual enterprise, he said, no
longer exists In the auto industry.
Recent, mergers of smaller auto
manufacturers, he added, prove
they no longer could compete on
"'eir own against the Ford Motor
O'Mahoney said some GM deal-
ers complain they have been
pushed to "the brink of disaster"
by being forced to sell more cars

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than they can on a sound financial
basis He quoted them as citing
too lenient credit terms 'and "ex-
aggerated"' trade-ins as results of
GM demands for sales.
O0Mahoney emphasized the sub-
committee is not trying to uncov-
er violations of anti-trust laws but
"to decide what, If any, chan g e a
should be made in those laws."
As the hearings were resumed,
the subcommittee heard from L.
L Dodge, an executive of the
Dana Corp., Toledo, Ohio. which
sells substantial amounts of trans-
missions, shafts, frames and oth-
er auto parts.
Dodge said hir company has
experienced no pressure from G.M.
But Reub Shrank, sales mana-
ger of a Cleveland auto parts dis-
tributor, accused GM of "trying to
control all phases of the parts In-
He said his company dropped a
GM parts line in 1947 when GM
ordered sales be stopped to auto
junk dealers who handle new parts.
Later, he said, it offered to do
business if the. Cleveland concern
would drop 9 competitive line of
sloch absorbers.
"It appears that they are trying
to get all the business relating to
GMcars from the cradle to the
grave," Schrank said.

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Snow Flurries., Showers Prediced"

Across Much Of United States

CHICAGO, Nov. 24 (UP).-A
wide codol front, accompanied by.
showers and snow flurries, push-
ed over the east and south today
to break record and near-record
high temperatures for this time
of year. -
The frqnt set off tornado
alerts in Texas, Oklahoma and
Arkansas but no twisters were
Yesterday afternoon, the cool
mass had moved southward over
parts of Louisiana, Mississippi,
Alabama. Georgia and all of
Tennessee. The edge" was over
the Atlantic coast-line and Gulf
of Mexico coast this morning.
The Miami weather bureau or-
dered up nsall craft warnings
along the Atlantic coast from
Cape Hatteras, N.C., southward
to Savannah, Ga., for fresh to
moderately strong W to 30 miles
an hour southwest winds.
The mass brought mostly fair
and -cooler weather over the
southeast today.
Snow flurries were forecast for
extreme northern lew England,
the higher locations of the Ap-
palachians and parts of the
Great, Lakes region this after-
Snow will be seen from parts
of Nte NortheWM Plains, Qd J

nia coat.
Precipitation today was re-
ported from art of the Great

East 6ennany Faces

Potato Fmle,

Soclisis Report
BONN, Nov. 14-(UP)---CB-
munist last Germany face a
potato famine and other sed6ous
food shortages this winter, the
Socialist Party Press Bertce
laid here today.
The supply of potatoes to ci'
ties is becoming "ever more ca-
tastrophic," t4e report said, and
has led to desperate measures
such as sending untrained work-
er brigades into fields to save
as much of the harvest as pos-
sible. The Socialists said the bad
harvest was due to a shortage
of farm laborers, thousands of
whom have fled to the west In
recent years.

Kinsey Finds Facts
On Scandinavia Sex
PRANFURT Germany O NOv. 24
(UP) -Dr. Afr G.K 5 aidd
yesterday Scandinavia has won a
"sinfu reputation because It
"sex. law is closer to the natural
behavior of the people than it Is
in the United States.'
The sex expert spent eight days
in Scandinavia on his European
faet-flnding tour, but said _e
would make no judgment on tae
law because he is a scientist aod
not a moralist.
But, he added "I am not WW-
ried about sl in Scandinavia."
Kinsey uM hq did not qaeM
tion Scandsavlans In Norway and
Denmark about their sexual be
havior. But their own studies, hq
said, "show a much greater oe"
ceptance of pre-marital/I n t e r

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Lakes region and the Ohio and
Temnnespe Valleys esebward as
far at Georgia. Over thpe ex-
treme northern sections it was in
he flom of wow.
,' Rat was reported" from the
Pacific Northwest states and was
reported as snow at the higher
Temperatures today ranged
from the 30's over the extreme
northern sections to the 70's over
the southern part. The watm-
eat part of the nation was the
lower Rio Grande Valley and
A Coast Guard cutter's look-
out "ptted a "faint flare of a
rockt" far out at sea from Bos.
ton yesterday and a plane was

Moscow Radio Says

Egyptians Idipni

Over USPropanda

ordered to search the area in the
hope it might have been a agnal
form crewmen aboard 'the niss--
ing Liberian freighter Daytoha.
The Coast Guard already had
abandoned hope for the Daytona
and her 24-man crew.

Amador Speed Check

To Be Looked Over

By Judge Doming
Data g-thered by the Army'a
speed-check at Fort Amador was evidence in Balboa
Magistrate's Court for the second
time this month yesterday when
it was introduced to tapport a
charge of speeding.
Defendant in yesterday's charge
was Granve V. Brown, 43 Costa
Ricar, 4 who is emploFed by the
Balboa Port Captain's office as a

LONDON, Nov. 24 (UP)-Mos- driver. -
cow Radio said today the "1 n ed- 1;.. s ,
kian public isa indignant abut Alege row wa dv 3
floodin of the reo try. with tran- m.p.h. In a 20 mitePne. Be lat&P
f ho of' ..d. ."4 not uilty. ,.u

tian consupt said abroad ho w
cast quoting a Tass dispatch _
from Ca s. "This led to a pro- .The speed cheek s located on
test campaign in the Egyptian the manread ouh the post ol
press and the government was Ft. Amador at a puit where It
called upon to draft a law b an- runs between the ballfield a n d
nin the publication of American olf course and a long straight
calls in Arabic. ine of operations buildings and
"On Nov. 21 the Zgyptian Jour- barracks.
nalists Union held am extra odi-
mary general me tan and unani- The check is conducted over a
mously resolved o appeal to Pre- measured distance of 176 feet. A
mier (Gamal Abdel) Nasser to ray of light, which a moving vehi.
ban by law the publication and cle intercepts shows up in special.
the circulation In Egypt ( daily 17 designed mirrors. A military
and weekly foreign newspapers policeman times the speed wiht a
and periodicals In the Arabic stopwatch.
"The telegram sent by the gen- In the earlier case, a defendant
eral. meeting to Nasser. stressed was acquitted In a speeding charge
the necessity of "protecting the when the judge sitting in the mat-
public of Egypt and of other A- tar observed discrepancies of from
rab countries against Imperialist one-fifth to four-fifths of a second
propaganda.' in the timing of the vehielb.

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