The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01289
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01289
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NEW YORK, Nov. 9 (UP) Thous4.ds of le"
men went back to work on idled ships and ove,
dotks here today as rebel stevedores accepted, by'
mous opinion;" an agreement of their leader te e
port's longest and costliest strike.
The agreement was reached shortly before 2 4
day after a long meeting between the strike W*
the State Fact Finding Board.
The strike leaders acknowledge their baock-
agreement had been forced by injunction action, thi
depleted pocket books, and the "drifting away" oft
frem the picket lines.

Some 1 200 strikes continued
their defiance of International
nghoremen s Association, AFL,
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NEW YORK It was a fiery
Phil Murray, eboffing at the
I\ 1 dispatch of his obituary across
SI the world earlier this year, who
e launched the 1951 CIO convent-
I N Y lon here with angry warnings
n rhat the CI was now o pow-
Sn I W Y erful it could take on all its
opponents "big business," the
A AL, Ben. Taft., Congress and,
- H ABOtROT ITOWN way on the other side. the (
SMGOM is sitting onan a ta tmJe bomb: Trying to keep Katherine After chiding the Voice of
epburn's Greatest Romance sotto voice. Both stars are tired of America for recording his obi-
; keeping It (Qulet...Lana Trner's current heart-thumper is Fer- tuary overseas, and laughingly
Viad60 Lamas... Ha-sali's big mystery: Why did Mrs. Clark Gable dismissing his critical almnent
Walk home from a beat ride on Mrs. Vanderbilt's yet?...Elizabeth with the flip sentence, "My
Taylor's staying here an eitra fortnight to consult medics about death was seemingly a gross
her notves...!Martha Vickers' "dates" with Miguel Rooney aren't. exaggeration," he said the CIO
1Bei's tieling him to rpeed up those yelllmony payments...A had seted most of its prob-
iuddle-a-d satoar's luscious bride will hitbl the front pags sfal. dle And was pow determined
--A nose-candy san...Churchill's closest pal in the U. 8. (CoL rank
_b rke, the Canadian newsprint sillieonare) quietly married to remain a powerful Independ-
Belen Cleaver (of Miami U.1 in Hot Springs I weeks ago... So- nt organization fre of the
dailite Marvin C.olidge (of Cal's clan) and Mary Alice Bingham AFL.
Sanacer on the Jamnes Melton program) are eloser than a photo- Although revealing no total
l tiim...Pelhamn St. George Bissell. 3rd. backed % local Ku Klux Ilgures, he disclosed that the
lan out fit in 1934. He is now a GOP candidate (in the Rth Dis't) CIO had a record membership,
for Municipal Court Justice. which should put it well abotx
The Brenda Frazier-John (Shipwreck i Kelly set have thrown This w as accomplished, he
up their hands at any chance of their reconciling...They know asserted, despite the ouster o.
t that Kelly is now breaking up Meadow Wood Farm (their 100-acre 11 Communist unlons with I
honeymoon estate in East Norwich ,L. I.) into 2-acre plots for membership of 800000.
, home-builders...Kelly. who did pretty well (after the split) as a "We wtped them out, we
breeder and trainer of horses, has peddled 40 acres to a millionaire gave them tris.s, but. We
sportsman for breaking in polo ponies.. .The gardntr's cottage wiped them out and got rid
eas be had for only $25.000. of ol n Irt, fith and miuck
that came in their ak ,"
he 5eii, Odil that the
I Winthrop Rockefeller was quoted as saying "no time for tr'iis shoed the oiiat
sanee." Uh-huh. Then whutals shofer and ear dolan' parked aIn ti t ii Ike o thim
Wuut of the Barbison Hotel for Golslt...Eth Marma's current othS uio W
aner eeert is Continental Airlines biggie Bob Six of Denver. oviet USo". ,
inu eles!...When YankeeS' 3rd baseman Dr. Bobby Browe "We have not nl 5mt
1114denly married a Dallas gal it left a deep scar en'the heart of the embers whom we thua
Feggy Barrett, Frankle Carle voeaUl re ..Movie and toevy star elimiSted but added sn ad-
Olnmel Myers and her new groom (from Paramount Studies) arte atlOaioL 4,000 ew members
the Reney-Plass's top honeymooners...The Anson Bonds tried to our ranks." he, emeluded,
agala but It didn't work--so they are going aBhad with the Re- revealing that the 010 h ad
-stariilng. She was Maxine of the Phil Spitalay gang... YTes gained 1,2s0,000 now miEmb.rs
apiekle those rift rumors concerning the Jr. H. J. Heoines. They in the past two yw-an all-
relish each other. time record.
-- Polishing off the Communists.
he turned to the AML's routine
The Baker-Billinspley Front: Gov't people interested in the invitation to CIO to return "to
.JosMphine Baker thing are keeping tabs on her (and the Roger the house of labor-"
hico e of "South Pacific") for use If thev try to enter the U. B. Murray made it clear that
ain.. .The reports that Baker helped tfie Allies in wartime is there could be no unity now,
etobably true...But not until after the Vichy-Nazi bunch started y bhouinb toe t o cheering o
lng. Then she "turned them in"... Her record shows she always howackdn t he lhe e d L.
to the winner. From Left to Right and vice versa-"what's delegates i t h am-pake
trend?".. .Howcum Josephine hasn't patronized one Negro s~ot tel Commodore here, "T h
l her return to this country? During the Harlem Day In her AL want to swallow you, but
or she ducked diming or shopping there, and the new Sugar William Green has an wfully
S1 show-stoppers on 1ist Street are still waiting for her to pay big bite to swallow." Y
94t1 leat a courtesy visit...From a N. Y. Daily News col'm of Oct. However, he still left the
1 ith 1951: Lena Home's revelation which, confirms our sus- door open for further negotia- t
elons): "The other night I was asked to start trouble in night Lions.
neibe vhlich don't permit Neiro patrons." His words, lost to. the crowd o'
In the uproar, were, "In tny 58
ot discussions with the AFL that 1
notel b .a (Miami R each) Red Ponellack wife doing may be held," Indicating that
-a tote-lt me for the final degree. Her next grso will be talks, soner or later, can be
Ste Chage Social a sehen' Ret0r.. .o 1 Con) a r z- pected In a& effoclt create
SP S rMNao Niek aedhenk'sndg mi wievn at 0n ibor federation f om a e
e o Peter Balm and Cha e WrIghtm teI to aventeen million
.4Te :llkke!...Goa. fStevenson of Illinois and his wife now fear n Wsh to f feta e
af rb l tlaes n Terrible Mistake.. Big to-doodle over at the worker.
Tipsa A dltoan foreign eorre soMdoents are being reshuffled It was then Sen. Taft's turn c
~" ur.1 o tinder-boxes. .Bernard Bameh serves tea-time guests for a verbal battering before "
S..gut welcome for the warning... Rudy IHaloy has decided t i s rabidly anti-Republican b
a s Ba1 r Mayor .ofn N. in a. convention. Murray flayed the b
O.O.. presidential aspirant or
Tho Cabls : n Paulette Goddard and her Beau of the Week Tlertn Washngton fmor a talk
gristobel Balenelaga. a dress mfr) were held up in a Ma1rid at the old Union MLeau Clu
Ie and robbed of their coin. Spanish gazettes Ignored It..,Two here.
4. s.peeiallsts are trying to save the life of another dictator. It w s for industry that Mur- '
'.tUJillo, too ill to be moved...nHarry Cushing, 4th. w es attacked ra now engaged In aoblt s! a
I a Rome bar by critics of "Dolty capitalists." Needed stitching. gi battle with the stel ma- a
i; r chep... Sonny Tufts discovered the British have no ansa- ufaeturers. saved his famoU ti
M4 n. Banned from a London smott spot for getting under tables orAtoricale fury.
S give hot-fooats...Hitler's old girl. Rudolph Hess. is now ia
llritualtIn his Spandau gaol, where he gives keepers the creeps There were reports In high th
iMSg t contact Adolf. cIO Ocircles that Mr. Murray had
Stklked, behlnd-the-4eeea, with n
mbt .Tsnhv. nner2is. _hon on wuiet unoe Grace, INe#4 of the p
Sb es Untiv. Engineering chol hais quietly re'. a Bethlehem 1ftel Cots and Uk-'
U4 e3 grant...The Frank A. Howard. Int. (he' f t ite d to meet the uno Wageu
iM ohd family and she's the dghtr of IMrs. antti ho' increase demBands.
e it for That Bird...Iris Clore, 0nfihtr e fa sn
i i addet (she'd atn understudy M n "Falthaltmy On the CI0 platform. hda o e0
i bhuh about Paul Hesse, the hocus-fuser.' ..T- t s mes t-
ar Ir F lameco dancer, is honeymooning with J no sere i s b so ee aess
ir (guitars with her troupe. Merged In Barelmna... wal < big a inkas.
1 N Ml (be's the lead in London's "Kiss Me, t1e5H fat J 6 t a crhe ae it
.Zee Time She FUlesi Joyce Lennett, in the l deepIng whe he shout
HChateau Madrid, is the dghtr of Irene Leanett, Jb. e@d thst the Burea ofLabor
-eW wy a doten years age... Evelyn Keyes (0,. s StatUitic, nd other vriatte
S" et scads111 of attention In Mex. from the famed agencies, have disclosed
e and Tiny Figueroea, whoever hle is. that th de~ ae tAmerican
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tL S PoUM THU tUADI OWN COLUMN yi^N a et uh cost

lAO MUie*h that the aver.

pW ellh ond ar hadled ia o wfy sedntii approxImately $10 a week) u
eodb O e o (e, dos' bo ImpIulOt i 5 do-'Ot ,ppeo r the i was the first hint he haR
Sebep Se buaess l m- ui e pe is give of what might be skied
be we glel l is a est se-e^a, se of the big steel companies in a
asesmes- m iniie supntlyfr B|-,-,s, rephe, few days.
from r i _y foo ds" et e It can be reported that des-
H ----d. pite the proximity of the day
; when negotiations open be-
I-R RANDY fumed, as they don't Seem to un- tween the million-member CIO
ACCIDENT deotand. Steel Union and some 2.000 steel i
editor: There are quite a few good companies, neither Mr. Murray
ie aUthorities in drivers, It it were not for tome nor his counsel have put 1t*
Their tinds a- few me, by owJt utld bea coprete figures the exact de- n
of the alb bse mands to be made on the in-
will be a loss to t makes you sick and nervous dnstry.
Soitfs Fi at tul es. Those e are lobd- Therfore, eonslderable siml- dS
of Fath- ued, the say b~ at l fleanee ws r sd te th
doctos one oe stopinlteer by the scores of u -
bye. o o~t.* '0a, t the parler. Sueh a dem S$

what I would sThe net but ards "1 ," would some to a page of
y whn I had o m.. .i Sfhe t S5 eents an hour a M
demaan8 tauI- IoiithAiaa& set f aeW wage pattern Ser
had the d i- busuatyau 4 entre nation. -
sar nd not w And then Murray cautlned
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NEW YORK. My dreams have been hag- under the modem scheme
"Aden for several fight@ now by the dreadful of pcraonalty, so -0* 1
npaet of a recent full-page advertisement in marijuana for hI kG u ,
f .e. CertainIy thM t, not oz
A husband, obgously considering divorce, listenc a fMM ri
uddles suUlly benoam the blants. Hi k bride Drotso the WnmTlduias
Swearing that r-you-now-w t's 4oodtfor.ood.l4lM amt hua --
ou look. .. iseer f 4tao mb w
And the caption B 0No It's your morning to .The-aurMpt .d e
urnm up the thermostat" nd
And the ,go on to say that soon the poor Ith the eu o
[lsow ve to crawl out ot his nice warm who e, ,
Mo and ver down the lay floor to tura up sedws m aid le
old-t ond thermst and took
Two, I.lWeve cichm of s "h

vita th *: awa *rdaemnl k h.

- and I ap but a boy I
iry well when Just or
st asde from his f0'e r *
S a were speApt freesing
dir ice- and bed, in rooms
when we fiall got a coal
ed the mWilp of one room, at
sadtmd aver the t\lL I

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b out investigating
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re that we hbgive undue. t0 A
g94g08eef a"4 4aothful ease. I i but. ve t the b
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tA keep u out of ltchief.

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cesa haw to Oif.* u Th OOLON Iov. A musical
stop Sucht r until concert be holi a the Tro-
thea utUt oof wfin- tp travel o*l C elubb eion Nov. o under
fati on A08 I =&len ta e usplces of theTgang Peo-
Bmplo /n. *flb6 off iclAU awTora thoe waf lea Endeavor of t&e Cha dof
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T a uni A. building committee uI been
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the, 4-.w 1Chimp' n Rib Aba ohtouraGet
,udel lrs teunt workers -a h em In funds for the conat2uctlOl of a
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y Uk'!' be'' "uu- ai time L_ Tht church has been given no-
,'. e jb h er'to vacate the premlsesltnow
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he're- b830. .Removal has been planned
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Living & Diningroom Lamps....... 18.50
Oriental Book Ends................ 5.95
Crying Towels ........ .......... 1.50
: Giant Bottle Openers that you can't
j lose ............................. 3.75
Hangover Hats ................... 3.75

Czechoslovakian Crystal
Pitcher & Glass Sets..12.50
Musical Whisky Pour-
ers ................... 14.95
False Liquor Drinks..... 1.95
Shoe Brush Kits........ 2.95
Dog Chasing Powder
(Chaperone) ......... 0.85

Bedroom Curtains in colors........ 6.75
Plastic Freer Bag Sets........... 1.25
Merry Xmas Tree Lamps.......... 7.50
Plastic Clotheslines, 100 ft......... 2.50
Plastei Clothes Pins in colors, doz. 0.25


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A Closing Lasl Link An initial three-year certifi-
Round-World Route cate has been granted PAA b:
the last link in Pan Americani the United States Civil Aeronau-
rlid Airways' gloue-circhin;I tics Board ior direct flights be-
Vice is being closed December tween the southern California
s Clippers begin flying the new metropolis and the Guatemalan
- Angeles-Guatemala City capital.
ite. Pan American, after pioneer-
ing air service in Latin America,
7 was the first carrier to span both
the Atlantic and Pacific. After
World War II, it tied these routes
together across Asia, leaving a
\ S ~sector of the North American
-0 6 continent as the only gap in its
S' otherwise world-girdling net-
ACOBY ON RIDG The new California-Central
BY SwaLD JA I America route makes it possible
S HIt fr NEA ServiC to travel by Clipper all tte way.
Written for NEA Servict Here's how it works:
From New York a would-be
single-carrier globe-circler coula
-- head east to London: continue
NORTH 27 across Europe to Istanbul, Tur-
SNO6TH 27 key; traverse Asia to Hong Kong,
6 487654 soan the Pacific by way of Mar.-
.A i a and Honolulu to Lo Angeles;.
H 1 S -, *one mala and; Panarl ross ahe
PST EAST South American jLrth :coaa to
K 109 Caracas, *VenezueSa, 4td from
Q J 100 4 K there fly back to New rk.
p J9g 44 2 In addition to completing Pan
OQ842 4 A873. American's round-the-world net-
SOUTH (D) work. the new route rounds out
- T (D) the semicircle of PAA's gateways
SAQJ to Latin America that serve five
W73 'key U.S. geographical divisions.
S *AQ They range from New York in
/ 6KJ1065 the populous East to Miami in
North-South vul. the Southeast, New Orleans in,
1le"t West North iast the Mississippi Valley, Houston
L* Pass I* pass and Brownsville, Texas, in the
t& Pass 24 Pass Southwest-and now Los An gel
S Pass 4 6 Pass to serve California and thePact-
S 5 pass fic Northwest, fastest-growing
Openai lead-s- Q area in North America. ,
The new route not only tape
a vast new tourist potential for
Latin America, but speeds air-
b matter how careful you mall deliveries and business
be matter how carefulng you travel between the areas.,
be about keeping your eyes Clippers fly all the way from
They belong, you some- Los Angeles to Panama, stopping
*.see a card In an oppon- en route only at Guatemala City.
I hand. It happens to every- This saves an entire day on air-
E, and of course you always mail between the U. 8. Pacific
the opponent to be more Coast and Central and South
But what should you do' America since the mail formerly
"'Ou .-take advantage of had to be routed by'way of Mi=a
tton you .have thus ml. New Orleans or Houston.
S* The new flights connect at
you answer this ques- Guatemala City with PAA's local
tell you a sad story. service to all Central American
Sthe very honest gent capitals and at Panama with
d today'l.hand. Clippers flying across the South
fned the queen of American north coast.
dummy won with the Connections can also be made
r honest hero had to at Panama with El Interameri-
fi-esse to take. By cano. the fast sleeper planes from
he chose to finesse Miami to the west coast of South
of diamonds, and lost America and Buenos Aires over
the routes of PAA and its affil-
UIother heart and latest, Pan American-Grace Air-
th the king in order days (Parmnagra). h Cli-
tr p. South natur- AAs 300-mite-an-hour Cp-
-.the queen, which persfcan make the 2.190-mile hop
y won. Delarerbetween Guatemala. and LOA An-
t ace wof Diclamond geles in. less than eight hburs,
we ace of diamonds and Panamf is only three and a
when both op- alf hours more from Guatema-
now clear. Southla. The entire trip from Buenosh
n dummy and re- SoutAires to Los Angeles can be made
*d. East discard- in 28% hours.
South ruffed with BOAC Beports phow
lis point East "Invisible" Export uBaIV I
alr. and South The operation of British Over-
Sten of spades seas Airways Corporation in the
first five months of the current
could see, so he financial year (April to August,
st to hold his 1951) have resulted in an "lnvi.
being an hon- ible" export surplus of $4,868,000.
red whether or This is $1,909,600 or 48 per cent
ke use of his more than in the corresponding 1
Period of1960.f
llv proved too This surplus represents the exa-
a finesse was cesss of non-sterling earnings
d*. k up East's over non-itesting expendClut OR
Cd a second current operations, but exeudl
took a see- purchase of spares for Ut
I States-made aircraft anI4 e- t
,sick He had gines. .. o
n hand and Operations in the -dolM 're
could ruff a alone produced a surpl.5- -
but the dia- 506,000 out of the toti" 0 W
the moment ed above.
om dummyv This reprments an lI r di
th could $1 S,268,100or 102 per'cente9r th0 r
trumps but dollar surplus in the sam rlod f
p the other lut year.
contract v
e etorv is NOT JOHN AT AI&
made his
seen Eist's CAMBRIDOE, Mass. (UP1..-
down the The famed statUe of John Har-
SWith two vard in the [arvard Unlveraity
could ruff Yard ac t. .a
the kine class of 1835 whe
.would tor Danell C.
s the e'n- trait of Jfl.
-. e. able., '

1 Depicted tool M5 D n"ted
4 It Is made VT E CAT
of I Place nex
9 Metric 2 Crown
measures 3 Letter of
12 Pastry alphabet
13 Young insect 4 Slov
14 Nocturnal 5 Bind
flying mammal 6 Gaelic
!S Cushion 7Always
16 Overturned 8 Tardy
17 Goddess of 9Striped
infatuation garment
18 Hypothetical 10 Allowance
force II British
19 Guided novelist
21 Not (prefix) 19 PionesU
22 Withered
24 Short Jacket
26 Give forth
27 Not one
28 "Green
Mountain -
State" (ab.) -
29 Palmlike plant
30 Morindin dye
31 Illinium
32 Pay
34 Ego
37 German river
38 Actual
39 Mystic
40 Comforts
46 S dlum
47 Plunge
49Tooth.. r-
50 Mongrel
51 Age
52 Once more
53 Malt beverage
154 Fresh

20 1%Toth doctors
25 Laborer
32 Its handle
usually is -
35 Narrow

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Observance of Safe Walking

Rules Emphdsized By o
O N.

-. ;
A pedestrian, struck by an ai- 4) Wheri thqe- a no s
tomoille as he helped hl4 woman walks, walx tc the lft of
companion alight, from a street road, facing traffic.
car. died of his injuries in Roose- 5) At night, or. unilhted r
velt Hdspltod. ways, wear ll3jht-calored clotl
It happeiiuf in New York City, and carry a light.
and, commupijace as it sounds 1 Don't expect driVers to
now, H. H Bliss. the victim, you. BE SUTR THEY DO.
thereby mr'ie history He was the ------
first recorded, traffic victim In
the United States. He was killed
in September, 1899.
Another "Ictim-.of tragic will
be alstingu'lnP@ri for Oe end
of th year. n-lo De- i
lparitm n'.Iomi on J.
iarr toib of thie Le-
Mlon Vpthrson" eone-
mil t Amerp n d in
traffic in AmericasBinci..the au-
,tomoblle ceas 'aths
"It has taen about year
to pile up the first million traf- Whenever a player wins c
fic deaths Commander Carting- sistently at a card game, rpeo
ton said. "But at the present rate are bound to say that he's u
It will takr oniv 30 years for the Maybe he is, but maybelhea
second million. The say the se- gives his luck a chance to op
ond million is easier. Certainly It ate,
may be fazter--with more cars,.
mpre drivers and qore mileage FOr example, they started
every year gamt of Caasta fairly late
"But we can't spare that sec- other nalit at the y
ond million, not even one Indi- Club New York. Tw Of
vidual, to a preventable death.. e knew what they*00i
Anyone who nas lost a loved one ag,.and the other two"i
in a traffivt accident. will. brId er out fora brief
with safety authorities that t cation. two experienced
tic deaths can be prevented-if PMastp plays cut together
we will all walk and drive with paterh They had a very IU
care." Ml. Theyha e

"People st.'l get out of catt and On
busses without loiinsi m'lW fMmd
they're going. c:,me from weW es fro
parked cars Pnd cross r hiee
carelessly. inev seem to deliber. held:
ately put thrrselves in the
of traffic. Over and over we A,
need to be reminded to walk with 10
care. buti
"So follow the safe walk Aun c
rules and DON'T WALK YOUR 40 be
Here are tLe rules, supplied by
the Legion and the Nationagl
Safety Counril.
11 Cross streets at marked
2) Obey signals, lights, or the
traffic officer.
3S Lo6k to the left, the right,
and for turning venicleh before ma
stepping off the curb.
Klan's Big Shots

Speak Tomorrow --
the a
LEEBVILL, 8.C., Nov. 9 (UP) dmS
-South Carolina Klan boss Tho-
mas L Hamilton of. Lmvevlle an-
nounced today that he will have
help from two out-of-state Klan
big-shOte at Baturdy night's
peaking' In HorryCounty
Hamilton said WWIam Hugh
Morris, imperial wlard of the
Federated Alabama Clans, and le
Bill Hendrix southeo knight of 4
the FloridaV, at al's own, ..
ive miles from Lotr1
Hoary County. has been the
icentf of mqch Klan actvity Inp
recent month. mp
Just last week 14 masked men out.
were arrested near a rural Bap- nste
lint church in the county on woia
charge of violating the state's tde a
ew anti-mask law. 11
last year, a Conway policeman Al
WAs-.shot to death front of q -
_epro dance hall dn a
demonstration. He .aRd a S
ote-on over his policeman's
oral at th time.

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Atlant Provot Marshal,
read th taon. Prent at the
formation w all offers and
soldiers o. *e Company who
were not o uuseftial duty.
The cIta on, authorizing the
prMeSntaU oMf, the Ribbon to
performin as gate guard at
Fe zort OrtIk Man Oate
through ut on and a-
lartness pree nted the serious
ftr"y orM loN of lfe of
a reedent t t Post who untn-
tentfally wmthM -rectly into thW
path of a 'vehb.
ry a0t oft .. f he person
from the ' o on-eming
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Jualr's Charm.

rather for well -tMU6 clothes
created to enhan', your cw
Particular lines.
It's best, as a rub, to shop in
the Junior department, teen bar,
college shop or whatever your
favorite store calls Iti haven for
youthful styles. This a far bet-
ter plan thantrying to buy a
woman's dress aid.uving It tak-
en In to fit. These altetrations are
rarely successful. le l because
the difference sla n nly one of
sdw but also one of Myle. These
gown were designed for full-
blown figures. not fat your ten-
tative curves.
' The names that droesmakers
use to distinguish their various
lines mean mere tha you prob-
ably think. A teen asb (1L.to
14A), for Instance, la usuallybor
younger girls or for those with
only.a slightly-developbd bust. If
you're somewhat more filled out,
but have a short-wuat6 figure,
you'll probably find a junior size
0 to 15 or 17 Just right: OIs who
got their grow early- as far as
height Is eIn eraed have"
better luck nh es .
10 to 18 since these atyles offer
more length froip shoulder to

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occasions from 4.45

Beautiful SKIRTS and
In Silk -- Cotton -- Nylon

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SLoving lift,! caressing comfort
in a new nylon and lace version
of The Wired GODDESS. No
shoulder strain as it lifts from
beneath. White or black nylon
M. 628 covered with lace. Sizes 32.42
B, C and D, even sizes only.

62 Justo Arosemena


Telephone 3-1477

-- and --
-- Branch --
Telephone 2-3121
Opposite Ancon Post Office

F to teprary sDULL?

.E.J dt to temporary sluggiushness

2. ANTACID-relieve sournss, gas
and heartburn promptly.
3. LAXATIE relieves temporary
sluggishness quickly. (Tke be-
fore breakhst when seded.)
Used by millions. Sparklig tno is
also good for cx CK MADACI, ACD
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| Household Automobiles .. r . Is.*u p. .s... your Arminige Oay MId E1SIONAL
S|.AE;-Bemboo set, matching FOR SALE:-.194t Studebaker Corn- Hea auj A-SS C. 3. AMERICANO. Rooms $2.00 dully -
p|s, torch, dinnette set, chro- mender. Sedan, excellent condi- per person. Children $1.00, M ial a D fi ty- 6 d5
|u and plastic, 6 chairs. In. tion. House 5360 Davis St. Dioblo FOR SALE *.1 Panm S*. RT Y SA BL ADS' .
I mslress. GRe sos Hnightsl FBO S 9 0 2 Pick SAeia, 4 Mi scellane PW .11 Oceans o tme e. ait.he Sad BLADFT at!
Lea"your Ad with, e of our Ag -2 orf oOfm ces

0F MRgo NeCto.SALE dor dAnDaow TFOR SALE: P ndew fl ma Ce. BEet g OI 0.

| L -.mhogyd thb e seayt ors nd oail.c on. oCa.l lV e . ,l
ch ors ind fft eellen t con, rv eihts 3260.7 a.m fhe rocke-r p ena Ch n Pr TlIR md. o e '1'-d
lctro u $2r000s. H ou d chois. p9. m.oungc ar po, ne 2-.3 9 S, B b oa. OR mE NTs-ae *_* *,_*-.,,a* *,etothe prod ucts o ~u a on -

il. Aptly hu Crse 311-F., rafmbo. hge b,-Pntino, .llin, C f u9 FORSAL Fo a ddI Ko a undneah -eipaebb la heiou ous de "Blneasus f mi t
6 A.0-0p. raria uomobi b la. Donslt:, Aenio r is. o coo00 n. -B a Bbo A .t GEO. -. NOVEY, I __ b rm* le ,, aBS t '
FLr S.nyA.,Aut ooleRoNdo.nonv 3tnele143coverNad B adbo 2 a04 0ue r-n FOR SALE:IPi llano, new lelts, me- ALTTnV 311 ral l A,.ae-tert a t hr.
ee refrrs Hn u igfet o r2eln ITn-o r ds 9eih t y_ _7_a.o.td rubbn r honshed ,mhgan r-2 W Csh i at s a

.. ..o Cos __- __ 0TNbR__ ,, I' u, ohi Ste t i. od to n ,
SAholehBaroan. P2d oo Ex-FOR SALEd-29. l Ford 4 Door SE- f M If N l FO RESNT ORUfuni'sd o n t d 7t h t iilte

Fellent coiio n rd of oeber don. 5 good t.res, motor in good .---_ wlth two bednmon, dt wn o uthi Ta Gllas cp, as t6np t.P het- .
Street. Hou se Noo. 5 don .rs. ucondEtion 1505-A. Ake St. Fl- FOR SALE:-Whit e Northcool suit, rooms, servantA quarter t oh Ifen teai i 0 '
Sc- l boR Phne 2-2995- el 40 -lon5f New white tuxe hot w.A ter, eOr. d 32 OVr mt RA j .
p oSALE:-h dnone resrerator doS.relrgs, SedanutomobleRntoneavy. pebpe sD.Ch FUdre noMals1111hg

E Genera Eectric st bl W ANTck. 4 door sedan, radio .295 T hel s 20.00 794-B. Balboa FO rte ale O. Ota "'hm .
burnerasy) 9 .00, a 6.used only3 .Telephone Balboa, 2984 evenn F O-LEc1__________ 1. a nama, t Il i. M uihe J
inths, $125. Perfect ccandit.on or 289 5 day tike FOR SALE:-cMiscellaneous lengths vSdem gjlhe iJlj RI CAy 1 z OW i ta 11w
3C Maat r0t' per foot Best offer takes St. NfCi aob l. 1hnMe |384Cm l aIfl. SlM I"totodw e t r T
SALe toimgrocm couchnon I L STEEL boy6eretentire lot. The Texas Company olen. ___ _______. PANAMA IROKERS, Id a when the .
lledn eno, lete .h 3 cushionl h ondtore a nD Inspectot at house 150. J Ponama) Inc Tel. 2-0620. P lar oIbI.t..S A

d. Hon electric seeing ma- w sANTED-t- 6 second hond steel FOR SALE: Fin brned Puppies, MoR-ela tA&realmS- o f '
th neDi o. Phone 234860 cycles stenographer chairs. Phrlne 3-4743, very ch p th. t final en- Uru y Street Nl 2. Ii M iw8A lat Iii

orr Stree Balboa 1425-A between 7-30a o. m. and 5 p. m. trnce Ba ima l b : n . '
rSALE- 0n. Pi n O. Ex- FOR SALED- -1941 Ford 4 DoTypew or o rtbl ami reu.. Iop 7 FOR RENT:-Unfuml. hd OlMef t s5U ,d R "
Ho .sc No. 5 downs ParS condition 50-A. Ake St., sI- FOR SALE:- W ,e 3 Na lorthc oaol suit, o s sers. Nt. OI a t3r. .res Io t* the .
S4 veetn blnds boa. Ph 2-2995. sze 40 lPhong. Nw white tuxe- g

W oke up to muic Telechrome H ie lant FOR SALE:- LiIca e146.25d olexRo

Z'1adio. 6_0 cyc ue onythe WANTED: -An l rieed cookfra 4o trel ns$50.a1naro"P- OS087. A11211
months $E 0.00, motor or May-I s. obleR r o wANl o a_

wshnrgond u 10069 Ro vl FO R SA LE m c ycn, u c e t Paama..!. A rr aa d .ay..
W SE.- Boelbta r g a- WANTED.rheE -e:-Nurse -6 m onCand -ilito slheea i- ,-n B al M O torg 9S0lenb l .s, '" ii ] I.lWi ,
SALe-o e ce l etr cu. soea- the jD f s 2hove good mhandnsee FOR SALE -EFine beeed puhpie, d Rt 7exe ea b fI t ft
tne. $5000. or 60 cycles .stenograhern chirsm Phne 3-4743 very he p o. otr endenth, fil en- a t

-rr Strageet Baltboa 142-Ar i between "lo 0 o m. nd 5 p. m. Trance lnoe Fidulo.R i Club -I' e " ]o .h
except Saturday of piand Sundayin. Aml Gorge Keugh. the n When Robnon ra," ya .

,I ord-p--yer -4--R Phone 2-T282 ball offlee man. headed home for Aerica he wTllewrtte., portable, ...,---- C .... L .l . -, .- .
1by car5. Aqe. S c 00 ironing preferred, good cond tion, send FOR SALE: NCi- NiAOt h am- l sectr ot.are nodtmm cae. .T -' a S t
rd $800. hlf tnd for rtu to muncatoh arrived t ho apart- nie e No. 1, 43rd sa t 6 a li 's, r2g hN
LHouse E17. corner Day'as H Wneorit AL-2urbe d hrr Cokr fh hIh'*e Mh

I atI p ero ot eB Mr. Pond wa2 t of the .he l ot tos appal. Cl 85 The weath till l rl-
I* S .....-cohc WANTED: hn-An exeeLrieTE d ELoo. 41P c. D' V
*A :-TPlann ed 9 hieces.n- M .st be... a o oOE.. ..IN-.AL h i ndlew. oMe ll o ", nohAral
C Sy Te hc g h ere h iOn o at h ous e He ch" ild.n Housmo1 006 9"Rooeev FORn'"SALE
FO Rob1O 743-A Enterprise Ave. Colon.
H o s Balboa8- 1 W A N T ED :-N urse m ai d .tos P eep-l n BbI aN D & M o to rs ro tmbint.n coo lAmv e w_ Aols11rJl:1 .iLm a

ieato. Pan ectri2 r ange See end rferences. C Streeet No. 53 F hS l tr agyed 2.
Gun. Apt. El Cnreo. C a btw n 1-2 H. P. 1 0 model, co -ho -
od is td e r.4 r and 5 p. Tel.brarian 3-386. lete newower kendowi i. t h e fishing a. inoarod h ,1 t re
ALE- V ty dreu e uneunlrait y. wsand racing prop, iid T gc Boe,.ott. hei titrer. t r l sat", wi n X ,su &. -
in eoo d Bonch, tour $7. E sh reet. Neg ma tw Isn. Re- Phlon g.enthobot eeorryhote 1i "
FOR SALSALE LESS NS HeC,,Vt Sce re,.,e....

4dnult bennel cam- ed of hande In ow.Ph I foe th2 e 8 or5 lr-l'l 910"dtu..
vo cyl., he lvs -1985 or0. i plete. 9 months course in basicI h econg 1 game against Tlflp M*- in . .5

Ir RSO Na L WI A.5Pond .l arrived at hI apart- eventG1LntVr u' -
-. .ter A. Pn dt eOhauLted, d r oped In his l y lU chTlIe-oe Joe lW,
Wake U m Q e le .favomlte e y chair,-Ih l it- he avywei M lm (MaW'-se-bb) "
Dept tP pa-t OfSanamar da: or d ar Id Fruit ri he -oi..,.' .,'
in e.. $ 50 I 2 b ick, I60 cyloestnd.g afer maiaserPhonap3ea7redp.cuth toe e alonoy t o PailicThIs a tbandua'Plum
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NIW YORK fU.P.) Nobody
on Manhattan's lower west side
blnksl an eyelash when a woman
shopper leaves a supermarket
with a can of sup In one hand
and a girdle o other.
The residents know she has
been shopping at an unusual
market in London Terrace, an
apartment m lt as development .
The superart has leased one
whole side pae to te Canterbury torm, a
chain of women' sappaLrel shops.
Now, the women can come n,
push a cart around and collect
fruits, stocking, meats. veget-
ables, girdles and suits. They can
buy Just about any Item of wo-
men's clothing except shoes
On rainy days. the cloiling
ahop manager. Harry Herman.
said, "Our umbrellas se like a
bargain steak."
\ Herman, who confessed he is
amazed at the Idea of an apparel
shop In a supermarket, said the
first feW days of business the
customers just browsed.
"They were used to bringing
enough money for grooerets." he
said. "and not for anything else."
As the novelty wore off, they
came to buy. Herman said they
shopped for clothing the same
way they did for groceries.
"'They'll Ple up & pair of gloves
off a counter and look them over
just like a head of lettuce," he
His sales force of five women
lets the customers "feel" the
merchandise all they want, he
said. He explained a sales talk
just doesn't sem to work in A
supermarket where women are
used to making their own de-
What do women shoppers In
the area think?
Well. Mrs. Victoria JurI said
she was skeptical at first. "But
now," she added, "I've found it's
a eimvenlent way to do lots of
my shopping. avIes fightingr a
Saturday rush in the big stoes
on Fifth Avenue."
Another shopper explained
"This way you can shop without
having a baby hitter."
Mrs. Martha Boyd commented.
as she dropped a dress into a
cart alongside two quart of milk
and a roast. "When I find what
I went. I buy it. I don't care if
It's in a hardware store."

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L WORD OF ADVICE Two sergeants will shortly leave the
08th Ordnance MM Company, Post of Corozal, for Officer
;Andidate School in the States. They are getting a word of
Wpsel from their company commander, Capt. Charles T.
Thtlock, after receiving word of their OCS orders. Left to
eight: Sergeant George W. School, who has been on duty with
Itf Ordnance Maintenance Section, Sergeant David Morris,
who was company clerk, and Capt. Whitlock.

The Critic's Corner

JEANNE .8. BAVUDRY receives from Cloyd Appleby
|*Mks-Club prize for ber oil painting "Patterns id the
,.which was chosen by the judges as the best painting
L the large exhibit Installed in the Balboa YMCA by the
Zone Art League In its annual observance of American
Art Week.
Ameriean Art Week brings out in the open all those artltsb
'-ave Deen scattered over the Istnmus, painting sunahinge
rain, people and flowers, and otherwise creating objects of
Tney arrange their handiwork in the Basement Gallery
Balboa YMCA and Invite the public to share with them
artstic productions.
Eingthem on a competitive basis the community has In-
the activity by offering prizes to be given in the various
according to the material used, oil paint, watercolor, char-
pastel, pen or pencil, clay or other means.
The 2lks Club, the American Legion, the Pen WoMeae,
baleoa Woman's Club, the Cardenas River Garden
join with the Canal Zone Art Leagge which organ-
4his annual community exhibit and so promote the
exhibits show a wide range of interests and styles
amateur to the professional. Having myself exthiited
-O the eleven annuals since 1940. along with Oladys
I oger Morrow (the first President of the Canal Zone
) and Paul Colby, I regret the loss of many of our
exhibitors but welcome the more recent and the new

Radio Programs
Your Community Station

Who 190.000 People M
Today, Friday, Nov. 9

3:30-Music for Friday
4:00-Tyger's Heart (BBC)
4:30-What's Your Favorite
6:00-Masterpieces of English
Furniture (BBC) ,
6:15-Evening Salon requestt)
7:00-Mayor of Casterbridge
7:45-Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00-NEWS and Commentary--
Raymond Swing (VOA)
8:15-Radio In Review (VOA)
8:45-Facts on Parade (VOA)
9:00-The Perry ComP Show
9:15-Science Digest (VOA)
9:30-Commentator's Digest
9:45-Sports World and Tune o01
Day (VOA)
10:00-Cavalcade of .America
10:30-Adventures of P.C. 49
11:00-The Owl's Nest
1:00- aJm.-4Iign Off

Saturday, Nov. 1I
6:00-Sign On
6:00-Alarm Clock Club
7:30-Jazz Salon'
8:15-NEWS (VOA)
8:30- Peking (BBC) '
8:45-The Duke Steps Out
9:15-Women's World (VOA)
9:30-Highwayman's Hill
le.05--Off the Record
11:05-Off the Record (Contd.)
11:30-Meet the Band
12:30-/The Football Prophet
1: 15-Personality Parade
1:45-Tour de France (RDF)
2:00-Latin American Serenade
2:15-Date For Dancing
2:30-Afternoon Melodies.
2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:00-American Band Concert
1: 15-The Little Show
3:30-McLean's Program
3:45-Musical Interlude
4:00--Musc for Saturday
4:30-,What's Your Favorite
6:00-Guest Star
6:15--Moterworks from Fameo
6:4-American FolkSone .

8:00-Newqreel UA. (VOA)
8:15--Opet Concert (VOA)
8:45-,Battle Report (VOA)
9:00-Radio University (VOA)
9:15S8tamp Club (VOA)
9:80-Radio Amateur Program
9:45-Sports and Tune of Day
10:30-The HOG Hit Parade
1l:00-The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m.-4gn Off





s 1it pribe this year went to an artist new in the com- ro
be Beaudry, for her oil painting "Patterns i the
It iand sunshine describe the general atmos-
Sexlhition, the dominant part being oil paint-
Bo rfiVn Nata to Lower Manhattan. Styles range fin
ou detail of the primitive to the gay Impres- p
t 1.2 led planes of the more modern artist. Some th
fflat either direct or implied. Some of the tht
'balleyewhile others missed. Of the 41 artists th
o abos a distinct interest and personality.
eiU er are four exhibitors, Diana Chlarl de Gru-
Lask. Betty Sanowskis, and R. K. Morris. co
as she signs her work, falls into the professional I
she has studied in Mexico, the United States, and r
W&ined workshops and taught throughout the Republic er
a. In addition to all this she has done a great deal F
,we work and research with native materials, clays, dyes nut
Ideals. As a result her work Is very original, delightful ai
raid fine in design. Three handwoven mats form a
and for the eleven pieces of pottery and two decorated
I. Morris has also gone a long way in the creative field
useful articles in pottery which he covers with glazes in
o luscious colors. Since the entire Isthmus seems to be
p tf multicolored clay, thas should surely be a fertile
mendeavo'r. .
S groups of watercolor and graphics, there are too few
make it as Interesting as the other classes.
lage watercolor by M. A. Purdom called "Jungle
Is a very satisfying treatment of a large sprawling
growth which has baffled, many a less experleased
all Ink drawing by Irene Paulding makes a clear pat-
Bbout waste detail or space. Some of the more detailed
representations show tremendous ski In handling
q seemed to prefer the dark and compact subjects
selection, I enjoy most "Church of Nata" by Mary
seems to be very vergo tle in styles and techniques.
Is of interest to those Interested in art and
SIterested in finding something typical of this area,
ter8 raege as some of the pictures portray bits of
Xilsdor, North Africa and Mexico.
alo help the majority -e things in a different way
becam planes in the world of art and the roll
shyta t to oe who are sensitive.


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Iveslock (enter
BUMITR. S.C., Nov. 9 (UP) -
ie newly-elected executive vice
resident of the South Carolina
nrm Bureau Federation said to-
,ythe Southeast has the poten-
ties of becoming the gret-
b livestock producing section of
e country.
James A. Rogers, former edit-
of the Florence Morning News,
cleared that the climate, rain-
Il and soull conditions in the
Dutheast are all favorable for
asking the area a profitable cat-
a producing area on a year-
und basis.
He spoke at the annual dinner
r livestock producers of Sum-
SCounty at the county fair.
Rogers called the South "the
nal great citadel of agrarian so-
ety." And he said the people of
e South are "the kind of people
at can steer this country
rough a very critical period."
Quick, Nebr., is in Frontier
Ian's first known use of leath-
for foot protection was to cov-
the bottoms of his feet.
Fires in the United States an-
ally burn over forest lands
ual In area to New York state.


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The areAs And
reasons for o
Dp Btb,-s ci-a of
8900 workers due to.
of the Lockheed rcra p.
plant to bU 1 1B-47 jo%.
t-clipation of 7,OPO more
worerg during nextar fo* d6-
Air Iase ,
Laifte Carleu, -tra iacva-
tlo, an Air Force base. -
'400i needed housing.
0" 4 tewart, Ga-Reaktlva-
U dtewart as a-
aircrJft *-rzllery training com-
mand i Long and Liberty Coun-
FWrt 31sar, G.-Expc
of I r -tain Ienter .
need for hou
Chatt and Mu
Counfe, and Rumell Coun-
tyAl. 7W
C fae -shaumaker, A*.-
Rundrid additional wor~o
-,o-f to work in Shu-
Imaker vail ammunItloh dep
and A.._Yr double at
FC ants ,-
ad soAtory County, enn
Fort -Humireds of
new demanded to

M~es 4 ad to a at d
odah Air Parer Base.

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HO=LYWOOD, (NEA) "The lhM Ulike a Jigsaw puuzle. Tbe
doctors tell me that I'll be on my pa.ta that were tun and the parts"
feet again in two years. That's that weren't. They've had to to-
fine If it hap .ens. But you can't leeope, things a bit to proim a
tell about a thI0g like this. pInt here and there, but the
"I'm not a Pollyanna, thoug points are true.
Never have been. Pain A .,pt P Z wasN Mayl"g that yoff
You don't smile through pal' t abot a person who's
Steel braces coaned the ndei hArt the Way Ie been. You M-
white shoes and Woolen socks on eTr tkow what's next.
Jane Froman's feet. "Atter all those operatlao, f.
The playbackmanchne sauddenj ter, q body aid that I'd M d
ly blared the'strains of "Dixite it had to, go to'MId
over the big sound apA. d ic. I knew I needed t
Jane put her finger to her lip., help. There are the phjS&
A few yards away, S il N problems and then there are the
wald took her place be-oe e. mental problOmn. , ,
camera for a key scene In Jane's "At M-ennhAger's, I learn to
film biography, "Withl a Song in ep again. I learned to love
My Heart." _pemq* again. If you. can't ov
The singing state wh~ee body I haven't got a g.
was shattered in the *O of a wasw m e smartest thn I ever
clipper carrying U O.S.O rm- di d In n life,
ers to Lisbon et Feb..-'1, j 3- funnyy after that I staped
quietly watched another stuttering so much. AUln.Wjfe
meant of her esa"r p II tor rd stuttered. That's whyj never
and listened to azthri. *a*mde Tny pictures afer did
speak words that she bad 1 4 Stai t Over Broadway' for War-
"No you can't **tel ot n* ea 1u 3. I was atittetng so
thing like this;'. Jane Baid ta the badly. RHandling lines waLi ter-
scene ended.."]h 1946 r my rifle problem.
12th operation, I rettl !i O the "d I do.radio a d'TV and
stage in 'Artists and e .eii. I 1 dO 1 d stutter at all. Dbn't ask
weighed 85 pounds,, w6 a r$5- Me6hooo why I do It.".
pound cast and hat -to b carried e sk me what'I hope
on the stage.t would.take timiI, With a Song In My H wrt wll
but I'd be walking agih. do for others like mef' Jane
"Then gradually it dawned on smiled.
me that something wia' Wrong.. "Well, beyond at them
I wasn't going to be able U waml courage, I hope it wlj. them
again. The pain was un earablW. understand that th ave to
I finally got to Dr, Mather take help from others;. ve got-
Cleveland. who had been the ten helpS- financial hf -all
chief orthopedist in the Europ- kinds of help from air3tds of
ean theater of operate people.
"I found out that first 12 "you cant do it alone. You just
operations were all wrang. The cant fight alone."
surgeon did his best -but the
technique wasn't up Withe new
findings that had cosi out of
the war. '' "f
"Dr. Clevelad said,:" p want K i
the truth?' I id oka'-d take -
the truth. He told 'lt, ~t ny
bones wouldni'heal. 1that
amputation might be* y
and there was a ma 40
chance that Ird less. ..*
"'Well, t wd a ;. 'ad '
26 operatid1a. I a braes
up to my sI g.o 4w
or three I to
walk with a bIY rire prit last
year." '
Jane and I watched usan re- b ge t
hearse for another sagne.
"It's strange," Jane said. "I
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the Panama Caiai Ioh&
plans yesterday
for peace Ican and,
reached wihean
to understand and be
with its felomnen. '
Speaking at.the luncheedn .t
the Crtobf- o Rotary Club
In observance of Armistice Pay,
Vopl said that, the ArmKtIce
,igned.on ov. 111919 has prov-
en to be non-existent as a re-
sult of World War II and tbh
present Korean conflict.
The Lt. Governor cited the
'understanding between the Re-
public of- Panama and the
United Statej as proof thAt
men of different nationalities
are able to work together 'in
hanony and understanding.

Weslya Methoadst
Hold Harvest Festival
Services Next Sunday
Harvest Festival Services will,
be held at Wesley Church. Pan-
ama, this Sunday as follows:
9 a.m. Morning Prayer, and
sermon. 3 p.m. Chlldrens' ser-
vice with procession, and the
presentation-of gifts. 7:15 p.m.
Evensong and sermon. The Rev.
William E. Arnmtrong, new cup-
erintendent, of the circuit, will
conduct the services through-
out the day.
On Monday. Nov. 12 there
will be a short service in the
Church beginning at 7:30 p.m.,
after which the sale of gifts
Including cakes, and ice cream
will be sold In Geddes Hall.

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Cuba Maintains Amateur World To'p

Series Lead; Venezuela' Second t yRegG I
ATEUR BASEBALL WORLD scored an important run earlier Arnulfo Soto singled with the
SERIES after singling and stealing sec- bases loaded in the bottom of the lid Rae. "F-1" Natives-6%P Toi.g at 7 ui f Gxer
(The Standings) ond. ninth to give his team a 9-8 tri- Crmue fV Closes.Tonight at 7
Teams- Won Lost Pet. The "wonder twins" contin- umph. t the Doubles WaVtakes on the Crif fr the
Cuba .. 6 1 .857 ned their free and easy ways at Nicaragua pushed across three C. Ru 120
Venezuela ...... 5 1 .833 the plate and on the base paths runs in the top of the ninth to a 0n. Sn tch 11 time this season. In the that
Dominican Rep. 3 1 .750 last night as their team brush- down Costa Rica 6-3. Adolfo Gar- n .* J. Bae1WJr. U. teams played Cristobal won ea 18 to 0. Thi
Puerto Rico 3 1 .750 ed easily past Mexico, 7-1, to cia tripled to drive in two of Nic- 4- ro M. Guer"ero3 1 n
Nicaragua ...... 4 2. 667 hold the second place spot, aragua's runs in that inning and lsra'1 C. Bovl 11u however, was College's best of-the. tgaon and ris.
Colombia ...... 3 3 .500 close behind Cuba-the only Garcia scored on Eduardo J.A1a13 *.W*W
Costa Rica...... 2 2 .500 team to which the Venezuelans Green's single. 'l ton J. Rodr' xobal wI Ie oUt t6 show its retl ertority n thigh
Mp ,Jdexico.........2 5 .236 hAve bowed. One of the day's best perform. Ryal.ilvef 11i0 last lehgi~leggel .
Guatemala. ...... 1 5 .167 hBell singled in the third in- ances at the plate came in the O-2y-ive-1-It ig .Ho
PANAMA...... 0 4 .000 ning and scored on Arredondo's Dominican Republic-P anma m t e"-" Natives-4 The g Othat.
'! Salvador .. .. 0 0 .000 smashing home run. In the fifth game when Panama's ReinaldoPool Coh 1:2 win OVer the Balboa do t all tmt t
Bell hit safely, stole second and Grenald homered high ever the Rae of the D t lL
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS scored from there on Arredon- sepre board, tripled and singled I da H:'Rey 113 a win over tlwe ren Wave Will Blve ti 0
Nicaragua 6, Costa Rica 3. do's long single to right field. Bell tefdrive home three of his team's C. R 117 Z the Lae Champtnhin While the i. Bl be
Dominican Rep. 9, Panama 8. scampered down to first in the runs and also scored three him- -Mona F. Ros 11
Venezuela 7, Mexico 1. right. Again he stolesecond andn Cru 114 of the 0 gged defe w
TODAY'S GAMES ingle b Arredondo. I n T bearing'do rder tha er to evs
Guatemala vs. Panama. Arredondo. not to be osutdoneII 3 aaee "V-2" Natve--4 4 Fp A t10 h t e Jre. -
PuertomRico vs. Venezuela. by the catcher, thereupon stole0 V .i. ......3 r- 2O l TweAth t.i. number of other -ns
El Salvador vs. Nicaragua. second. He scored from there on | re 75 -ool Closes 1:45 yet to be this t la of
S eico vs. Dominican Rep. a theunquenchale.Vene- Dick Wakefiel-esrte J. AvHa 1 league sc edule and will de er ine whether oa
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 9 (UP)- zuelan pair was romping throu e WILL THIS SCENE01 REPEATED SUNDAY 2 to0G. Ramosl Hi Hgh hoo-tand.e as o oro
'A hard-hitting catcher and a the Mexican opposition, Cu a Finnegan is shown above receiving the count o In -Ca Linda M Aguerrero 114 champseWith nestobal.
, slugging second baseman are the held onto its half-game lead with his fight with Cuban Welterweight Champion .=t -DonatLinda M. iOuerrero h114 np WMth 8 . .
two principal factors which have a 5-0 shutout of Colombia in a One rituano two weeks ago at the Colon Arena. Ch qhac WC by61-,t datalio J. s J r Phillf The 114 are
*,, kept Venezuela close on the heels fast moving game. Cuban hurler BY UNITED PRESS a K.O. In second- round of the bout. Finnegan a ao J a, Theleague Stand at pre t are:
..z-*of the Series leading Cuba in the Enrique Naranjo turned in a fine -that he was up before the final "ten count" was g The4 AH e "l-" Natives. ' *
,,. Amateur Baseball World Series. four-hitter as he blanked the The Cleveland Indians have two boys meet; again Sunday at the Colon n PuAn:a2L &08.- ol Closes Z;% S Je 1W
. The Venezuelans have won Colombians. decided to give baseball's origin- scheduled ten-rounder. .,
three of their five victories by The powerful Cubans pushed al bonus baby Dick Wakefield 1-- El I ndteao 115 .'
only one run. In the crucial across all their runs in the sixth "one more chance." I * A 11' : aIniC. v. il3 11l
stages of the close games, the when Colombian pitcher Her- Cleveland General Manager D-l. Uuk O T DV0..an S o Ma R. quos 114 Jr Co ,- ,t I. I
... powerful hitting and clever base- nando Vltola lost control. Hank Greenberg. who played DM1 UIU K EI- R 4-Rius it2 F. Rose 114
Running of catcher Dickson Bell The ninth Inning was a big one with Wakefield in Detrolt, says .
and infielder Ismael Arredondo in each of the other two games Dick will report for spring train 5-El on J. Ba Jr. S n of ten
has provided the margin of vic- yesterday. The Dominican Re- Dingn etya r. p R -- e C. Ruis foo PB
A,,B seory.dpublic broke an eighth Inning tie ing next year.c s h. ilcoM11 Zone"
S"Dick has so much potentialasBests OW esleyan Sters VOrtega 112 .
scored a run in the big tenth in- ..pr..-r. "I Oge Greenbege"that 0.Gradl11 e
ning rally which downed Colom- I'm going to give him what prob- ; -o- Roy.
bast 6.Elalvador, 4-3, estd a A lec lub Wakefield signed w th Detroit Aeeording ilereelved from Ohio W, r -h.. F r 1 1 -1Imported-.- r .
eU singled in the first inning Bl e a i in 1941 for a $52,000 bonus. Dick on Nov. 7, the. ~a ig Sihool R.O.T.C. Pe Mt37L90 ool Close 3% .Mane w "
find scored on Arredondo's sin- aseu I PactiUCe hit .316 in 1943 and .355 in '44- the Ohio Wesleyan University rifle team in the 1-41an Soucl A. Bazn .11 their beat i
gle. In the fifth Bell doubled to The Balboa A. C. will start his last good year. Wakefield re- of postaI mate le with that schweo -Veneont 0. Chazla S (ristbel fi s to o be t don
drive home the winning run. practice tomorrow, Nov. 10, at turned after a year in the ser- The Balboa tem, coached by Lt. Golden, --Vt. h '-ta AIfaro .1 held in the adum les it. AT
The Vair also contributed 2 p.m. on Diablo diamond. All Ive and later was traded to the M/Sgt. Jenkins, ah 8SFC MeInnis, has bea ,i 4-La Chata A. V que 11 z ni ht. ' NI 9 E: I
mightily to the 8-7 triumph over players and anyone wishing to New York Yankees. The Yankees since the begintefg of school and is expected t dhe 5--Ole Force F. 2 Although ti Wll not be the M.
PanamA .Wdnesday. In a three- try out for the team be there. shipped Dick to Oakland, then stateside matehe"' and the Hearst Trophy tteh to in --Athoa M. Guerrero 118 last game that tIne Gree Wav
run outburst in the tenth inning Practice days will be Tuesdays tried to sell him to the Chicago February 1952. . will it Is the it Obe tha t.ut. I
which won the game, Arredondo and Thursdays at 4 p.m. and White Sox. Wakefield balked at The captain of the Balboa feam Is cadet kubert Jordoo who t ae te l- ted-4% p o unNfn the lea '
doubled and scored while Bell Saturday afternoons at 2 the degl and the Yankees give ise rmadeam by ede ebe Je F an ne ee

JFields Narrow Down For 34J r, ::M:: log

hed Sox ledrin sAr the Americns to William L. R s .... M t

med, are starting tsd narro mo re ainterited in what's com- route. o t'h Bso Wl D S n 7 i 6-
hown forT thearoupost-seaso ng rupothals week end. R ............ g-D o
tootballBowlgames. Lynn Waldort of California G UN CLUB at :3,.,. .a-.. TO9 0M 33J C m-. A .
Miami as ait hope to announce report s a h is injured knee fully NOTES .... ...... .. .~ 2 Qut,- n ,f- i
ts election wthin the next 10 healed and he will be ready for the nin TOTAL ........... ....... ... ......... 11
fdays. Vao Ku"rhw, head of the Washington. All-Amercan half- CRITOBAL GN CLUB .

schedule committee, says the back candidate Frank Gifford of Sunday, Nov. 13, thehClub B. Vaue nC .
members have 11 teams aip mmnd Souethern California is sure the Chnamp ins hip Tra Shoot will 'ttsburgh
at the moment. They are Tenne The can knockaches atthe moment are a up stobal Gu oi hs o'r the
s ee, ClemsonMartiyland, Georgia the ranks of the unbe what'sen. The Club ste.rti3 at 10: a.m. The ':--s: $/.- -
Toch Williamfor the and Mary, .Holyst-seson two club this e tied for the Pacific program will consist of fifty tar
francisco, Kentucky and wgolege the only guy on the squad," says distance handicap, and twenty- TT."elno A._ Vade
..of PailBolgmc the triple-threat back. GIf they five pairs of doubles. N, Uhe r n .
The "Orange Bowl coteams are guar-in s meays fullback Johnny else will carry A trophy will be given to t CLUB Hubert Joda.............
amsay s Ku Irtow. We hop averto a pnnouncereport- the runner-up. A smasInjured knee entry feewlfullyPau soon bI. ring hrogh the 6 N to dae re1 Cotr
Its b good c hanc e of landing top Coach Chuck Taylor of Sta- will eady for be charged tobe divided by bleachers L appant f t.......... he ...a n -

days. the boys want to come fordsayshis quad is ready to go. the Lewis Classystem. This is a actvty at obbUB. 1 Headquatr .. . 4 0 ri .
schedule committee says the "Our kids are relaxed," says registered shoot. 11,t "C" . ... .. ". 3 0 orted- .' l
membwinners have 11of the Southern Talond Sou "They'r e in tip topshape A totalohp nineteen men have "A" ... i 2 ICli
at the mom anord game on We kn- Trojaw ths can knoc by far the tough- answered placeWO Jame theristobowder's al" Gun 0 2
se B Clemson. Mary Illinois, leading still the ranks of the an wibeaten. Theaylor By "CLOCstart at the y et of .
thech William and Maryence, Holyfigures to predict ed victory before al sev- hPacifi.c program will consist of 'fifty tar-i_ _w .ra b.p "

Frathe opponsco, Kentucky of the Pacific e Staford win. ly guy on the sq year a pitcher Max C"pen- twste ic, and twenty-ATA.
oanteed at minimum of $0,000, the mal." champion. Maryland and also a trophy tproerbl cry.Killthe-umpireLJ"V. Ortega.

ty a good chance of maknding top Halfbacks Bob chrimer ofand will Welsh Money Another appan who wl bear Nae ........J.
teams as the boys want to come ford Osayes hissquad ready to go. the Lewi s syste. This a activity at KobHe****** 4 0
th.h winner of th e S southern Taylor. "They'reIn tip top shape.on handed itche who h a pthed

up post season games beatTen Bucknell. Steve esenhau- t -Bela n l aTips T call for itchers and t l for *. 0 2-*
one southern source er who was promote edule Nov. I s3. B. Aguir r. et a' ", h m -mer'.
te of the Conference than figure- s to p redicted victory bed for the all sev- u n ab e T h o me ab Saturday be- A"

Sgae r Bowl bid. against Maryland. ONEBEST-Gurina. Moneo k hadd pt he wo ha s pit c

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for No matter how od his past Wl1B mtmer
record. every athlete who wishes -- o -
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skill, the tryout start with com- ed A maor
Slle- petitions dn the local level. Sue. TO s" the winter he
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rtl determine whether he is good snou to re can Leaue sea- Their cater wa a I
tithe U. present his country in the Olym. son be Ia prnt t
ifts arUcular piea-and no one gets a place on late tober.
a th ne- the team unle he tre out," aT 'he cirn m ea- Cleveland club e0M
Mt t11 m's USOC spokesman said. 1stat of clubs e his recrult pOly
04m -Athltshi.t hshos i >.,i from Ban Juan, Jones. He threw ot
r" U.8. "Athletes In high schools, unl- Banturce, Ponce, ball, was dn ag
e tt sed veres, amateur clubs nd othe- Mayagues and ovation. tay 0UlM ftu -
SM.e ornaons can show their Ee gu s cardn l
ly $1400 per als Vctor n these february, and there follows a c4teher wb eh S3ed i
S or the top hoor-plses on te World Series between Puerto Ri- for years. i the
neo "m ,L U 8. teams-to the f nals0 co, Cuba, Panama and Venesuela. ager. Jitt RIerlM
Ni The top-ranking three fnn- The only day games are held handed, e-te-
Ista in each event get the covet- on Saturday. All of the others effile C t
from P d berths. are at night. lIon eld to te
at American women will com But the bg ahow Is not the oM0,000, a ta he la
In track and field, i, play, which 18 Triple A. It l t Wh When a Juas i .
and ymnastles addict. He is undoubtedly the la nt PI e mbreayl,
There will be five sports onthe almost volatile In the game. Pri a *
Winter Olympics program at "On an evening of a game the down ts.
ld6: bobsleddinf. a. steed traffle fam at the B an Juan That would- lk i
skating, Ice hokey and figure park Is beyond deseriptlon," r*- did idea t
shating. ports burton Denujalan, the
UnIted States enter In the RKO-Pathe producer, just back Ir
winter games slreadg have been from r e Island. "It wouM mAkeUW t IS'
Selected for bobsleddlng. skiing a Tankee Stadium cop askft -
and speed stating. with the ice assghment to the current bookie l
hockey and figure skating teams quad-just to get away fro6 It f dU W o WfW
S to be Dieked. al There is no trafflh pattern.
The U. S. teams for the winter As many people seem to be get- CHEA6 m. -
sports will have a total person- ting away from the park as are Iss Mauft
el of about 10G, including getting In. They come b bus d anadd i fO1S l
coaches, trainers, and mansers., private car, and where they park

SOlympt teams -- serve without With Meney harder.
Rpa, as do th officers and exe- Each outfit has ita own park. "But seek 1a nmt te
cuuve of th6 U. 8. Olympic As- three or four of thm nw, Uwd j. I rei
SsoIafalnl generally plan to a paisty t S
Cosmittesa tor the various crowd of 16.000 or more. lhou mimes
S teams whichc wl re e the Tey pour nto the stands fl .
lted .ts t Hesitl art li seats, spill over Into the w d
S d the oldmination aisles." says Mevie Man Beja- wood t- l
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rm Center the U. 8. team. The ro of twtoe-oe the baseu the see-
oqueln athletes ha fa red conbsnty ond h tme he stands. The latter
eowted o well inaspeartompe er- tow r as pur ely nlbl. The t-
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2:261 for 1000 m rs. Browne's accept the tips for serious r-
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SAmerican record and la the fast. known to be carried from th
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,omne 2,900 Navy men-count _
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Chauncey i LONDON. Nov. 9 iUP) Win- ment his new government has Butler told Britain the coutliy
AD of the snips arriving today ston Churchill's new government inherited. was spending more than it .was
hove recently been reactivated-at threw another icewater shock at Gasps of dismay have come earning, and that Its old and
West Coast purts. the British public today with a from some optimists who had dollar reserves werebeing drain-
The Pittsburgh commanded warning that food in Britain is felt all would be well In Britain ed away at such a rate -as to
Vf Captain P B Mercer, USN, scarcer than it has been for 11 once the Conservatives got into threaten British credit and bring
wil transit northbound Satur- years. power. unemployment to the nation
day at 6 a.m. and will berth in Food Minister Owilym Lloyd which has basked in ftll employ-
uCntooal at a Panama Canal The gloomy forecast o the George told the House of Corn- ment for a decade.
p4le The warship is 674 feet long food situation came one day af- mona Ohis morning that there Only a new government could
*wi carries a complement of I ter the Government announced was no certainty of the present have got away with such a stark
a ilt 1.700. [ that most of the people would meat ration of 12 cents worth presentation of the gloomy ple-
a e four destroyers will tie up have to get along for \the next weekly being maintained. ture.
S odman until Monday, when three winter months on little Churchill was puttial It on the
iuw are due for transit, more than half a ton of coal. Lloyd George said present line quicklysoas to make it clear
77mtair C. L Clement. USN,I. Churchill is setting forth In the stoel of food 1n the oufttry are that the mess came from the La.
S 1 .nder ol the Dsa o bluntest of terms the ippallDng sima er than In 1941, when Brit- bor government, and was none
Tn281 hns his flag on the financial and economic predica- &in was fighting the Germa~ of his doln.
Tratien .submarine mesaee 6dI had not
he destroyers are 367 feet yet received any United States
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He made It "ear that Brit. .
', taburgh' Officer Get Navy Cross On tn:o". wDtI Two ,'

i Naval Didt ct Corps Amlversary iW ya.L.-6 la .t
bt omB av l , -- ea. / A On tY:Shtat !lisatot and
WComaander Grover Stanley Tomorrow morning, on the These dismal food and coal two mUir Repre tawe
H&lgtbottom who is the execu- 176th Anniversary of the Marine predictions followed up a more made plans to '14. 'the lath-
tlofficer aboard the U. 8. S. !Corps, for the first time in the abstract but even more critical. mtis in December, -inaddition' to
Si aburgh, tied up at Pier 16 history of the Fifteenth Naval financial picture painted by the 1.1 RepresenfaMlt whoas
I- Balboa today, had previous- 'District, the entire Corps on the Chancellor of the Exchequer R. scheduled vs have bee, an-
I served a tour of duty on the. Isthmus, less the Third Guard A. Butler. nouped.
,-aus. Detachment, will parade at the. .n "
IVm= AIug. 1949 to Sept. 190,o Rodman Naval Station and pass Senator Henry .. Dwrahak.
Slgnbottom was the Com- bInreviewbefore Rear Adm. Al- Dtomestic Quarrel Republican of ho
andnt of the 15th Naval Ds- bert M. Bledsoe, who will pre-t wife hae mat-p .
dant Naval Di.-sent the highest decoration of Nets $10 Fines T" fr* al2W V dko
t at Balboa. the Navy The Navy Cross r bar M AMd to -leave.
US Embassy Here to Marne Lt. John Dayton coun- For Balboa Pao r O ." 1 4. a
-to Be Closed Monday The ceremony will begin at 9 For disturbing the peace an WorfstAhtp' M tS S~ .
*I" keepi with President Tru- a.m. The Air Force Band will rican couple of bo werecieS
p' roclantionnof Oct.26, pnarticipate...each.fined $10 this morning in .ec.ti. De E _Msi .Wt 3W
tire offt s of the Embas- th-e Balafi 0ourt. am meowa SSt
f the United States in Pana The decoration Is being pre- yp and Army. lh._
wl be closed all day Nov. 12 sensed to Counselman for "ex- or eal r, 41 were charg- Fi SE *.. .35S1 5
Seememoration of the sign- traordlnary heroism and gallant ed th quarreig, making loud lo,-Memo f ah M.
of the Armistice on Nov. 11, devotion to duty" while serving noses, an ung profane n- and tati* b .
. as the commander of a rifle pla- n h urte Bal- I k=4Boemet at
-,,- -toon with Company 0, 3d Bat- oa a, are n healled *to MB f
_a m gallon. 5th Marines, 1st Division th Canal % an a t
nks n Panama Korea during September of A w on the court's calendar
1950. was the case of a 16-year-old hynyla. tq leae ?h uu.
stosed Tomorrow He reported for duty in the Pan hoecenian, Ivdmael Antonio ft2 n
VAU Panama City banks will Canal Zone as detachment offi- days In jail on two simla Rep'rPat tative Lind i t dft-
Imain closed all day tomorrow cer for the First Guard Detach- charges. In Ancon he collected br of tlw.ArIcUltu-f OSM0UB-
*s Panama observes the anni- meant at the U.S. Naval Station, $3.80 from James Barnet Hamp- tee and hi beb h in I GWorIf
* rsary of the first cry of Pan- Rodman. last April. ton, and $1.80 from Mary Kate since Novestber 46.
lma's independence from Ferris by pretending to be I' Representative -Purcolo, .*hoI
" aln in 1821 In Villa de los British Cities newspaper agent delivery boy. has as served In onrepu
-Ontos. The charges .were "obtaining sione I Is, & member at the
TrIJ To%. kA,%I.--;A money under false pretense. AnnoppnroUtimons mitt .

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Air-Raid Systems

f LONDON, Nov. 9 (UP).-Cities
and towns all over Britain today
were told by the government to
Spring their air raid warning sys-
rems up to date.
4 The Home Secretary, Sir Da-
vid Maxwell Fyfe, in a circular
asked authorities to overhaul
Sthe sirens left over from the
war, and ask for any replace-
ments needed.
Since the end of World War
II, Britain's air raid warning
equipment has been maiptain-
ed. the home office said. How-
ever the office described the
movement as "routine."
Little Leaguers
Can Use Sonme
Help Tomorrow

I BACK Gen. Dwight
mwer waves his cap in
I as he boards his plane
nington Airport for the
o Paris. He was there for
yS of conferences with
seldent Truama,

The Canal Zone Little Leag-
uers need help tomorrow.
Any persons intefteted are
urged to assist in readying
their new park on
Highmwy. acs ross ft te
south end of Albrook field.
Work starts tomorm w at 9
am. It will, consist at remov-
ing stones 'ad-mottasd grad-
ing the infield.
Anybody with a rake. hae,
shovel or wheelbanw--.wabe
warmly welcomed.





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today with hmug."t",-tO b
COUiY $185.000 0odi-
m om which were the
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mppen 241, in
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0 ""a Ssg

DETROIT, Nov. 9 (UP)-Chry. bull
sler Corporation yesterday un- wim
veiled a swank, 310-horsepower sp
sports car it may build some fday,
but at the same time the Oev- iag
ernment imposed a ban O s a- B
Jor automobile changes. the
The new K-310, a continental- o.
styled model capable of zipping 1
along the highway at 150 m.- e
on today's premium gaso tei
highlighted the futuristic dev1 't
revealed by the Corporatloa.-ht L
its 1952 model show.
As Chrysler was showing f. to
its new cars, barely cha
from 1951, the National
tlon Authority ruled out Sf
use after Feb. 1' of defense-
machine tools for designing
engineering civilian veh

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