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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]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01765
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 (UP)-
The Marine Corps plans an of-
Sc.0l tavesdgatlop Into the ease
of Col. Frank H. Sc.twale, who
Wae SBold by the Communista
to "*4futt that be. took pirt
bI w3N "germ\ warfare'
1UJea.
The inquiry may go far
wwrd determining the ovr
military attitude toviard mea
who broke under CommunIat
titure Ip Korean prison camnp
Mmne cvilyan offlcla have urg-
ed a symiatheUc policy while
dome military men advocate a
Ii attitude.
-B4e Marine Corps ad este.
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Sotne for a lIRAotYsi*vir before continuing r goodwill tour of the U.S.


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BE m Nov. 2 (UP) East German partisans
shot and oaldnol nther Communist policeman on the out.
skirts of itself, the West Berlin newspaper Mon.
trag Morg iipfd today as the total of Red police killed.
by anti-Cotmunist underground rebels rose to 32.
The shooting took place at the Rangsdork elevate
railway station ih suburban Berlin.
Reports rieshing West Berlin today indicated thet
the Comnmnios' hove strengthened further their patrols '
leading to the city' free sectors after a stern East Ger-.
man warming against "collaboration" with the under*
ground bands.
Bast mone resident visiting a warning of punishment If thq
West Berlin teay said heavily refuse to do aso.



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dns 7iotrary to te best Inter-
eats their country."
But he added that such eases
will be "carefully and symather
tically exjamined" to eterhhe
whetherr there has been "a W-
esonable failure to nmeure
up" to the standards f idlvi-
duaJ conduct expected r, laid


AHeuHr BrtIl s
doyn by law.






LANGL3Y, Va.. iov. 2 (W.) -
Wealty authpr Radolph ILeM
wrested a shotgun away from his
wife, shot her and then hanged
himself from a rafter in his
stddy yesterday, police Beport.
A son Dr. Randph Leigh,
Jr., sa Leigh Et ote say-
Ing hiswie, 'Marceli. 45, point-
ed a shot at him and that he
shot her during a struggle fo; t.
Leigh, 65, and his third wife
were married n 194. -
A natie. of Memphis, Tenn.,
Leigh former published the
Clynne. Wyo. "States leader"
an thSheridan, Wyo.. "Enter-
wte o the Los .ngeles Times
ftm 1i9 to 192.
SLeigh was the author of a
number of boofk. Including "The
Citadel of Pr edom," "The Cona
stittn in 1787and Today," and
"rortten Waters.''


Aft Flood ailks
LOND)ON, Nov, 2 (VP) -Res-
idents of suburban London Wnd
southernEngl and shovelled ud
and street refu ise fro% tr
yards oav after harrowing
r -fetd -f;s .an:ale that
tli i t cotlue i= with
A me6in off Ic e r
spokesman'.- a. "fax -
ttilc" tH ial inches
of rain -South-
amptoni n ho rday.
GU^^^e l^ itles
and coast
of a d reds of
smoin into port and gave
chan -i kipperu their worst
crmdjsf a te ,ear.
Ratnt w i tecasat o r alldis-
trictS of the southern England
against todav. anf" i)tal treas
we'-. cautio-edi against tresh
sales.
Water covered streets In the
8MA th Loaucn suburb of MOrton
to i depth-oI twO feet and res-
idents of ejihborizmr'?*tfhem
sought refige on the upper
floors on thair homes after
watel iwfred under barricaded
dsirways4 on the ground floor&.


Tuesday, yft. .a
I1:$ a.m. .......... 7:44 a.m
1:49 pmn. ............ 7:57 a.m.


Ftopped jiers to tne
Wst r they ave 4ftcupled
p&. the onomn laIdder since
1941, the rricutdi Department
JMad. t'h e
The Reirveos,.d said manm-
facturern' efts to keep thdr
lnventorl if a manageable sse
was a fat In holding Octo-
ber pr to the September
leave -28,p cent of the 1935-
39 ave d three percent-
age ponloflfrer than the "unu-
Ssuly levels of the flrbt
half of .Ur.
Overi-st"k Inventories, many
of whigh ai.to be sold at a los,
are blaed n large part for the
1949 recoelon. :copomists re-
ggard AS good news evidence
that, tviWtortes are not piling
up too ft this year.
-Ohn thefTuyi j end of the econ-
omy, the Federal Reserve "says
the Am**an consumer is still
salting 4 rds -for Installmetit
credit. September increase
was only lt as big a August's,
however d less than Septem-
ber 19S. 51 or 1952.
The emWpoyment report shows
1,162,000 .mons out of work In
Oetbber, compared d with 1,246,-
000 l pteber, and 62,242.000
Jobh 1il October. compared
w th Q to In September. A-
be .iC- cent of factory
wsr r. d overtime In Oc-
tober tl' year, compared with
?F cnt a-year ago.

Stpier Tomorrow
Thc1aaia Amerjia wIwi
net bliIh!d tomrrow,
t and prinfng
.given time oft to
te h analvery
o's ( lnadependeees.
P ton will be resutedt
as agsl on WednesdAy.


' Goes To School To Learn How To h An Actress
Sant'Tm working Jore to heil Since -rlstanel sti ged the Ul mst Frenh girls, she
.to out," she a fi the fractured contract, dne appq brefly In did nocompare American matia
- a"teent that make a m a want a harem scene O "Yankee Pa- with Earopean men.
*t t take the Mrat frelbter to sha' starring Jeff Chandler, who "I e 't compare." she smiled,
Paris. a jude in the beauty con- "I ot go out with boys. I
ial- Does hae always d.e- a that test too y- g have boy friends-
this way to paste htgraph? "I am not in a movie alnce e"for my papa."
, is "Oh, no, M r 4'm Just help. then," she said wietfblr. "'or eM did say, however, that
a ifri bo- --u say this I have to go to l t ren women are more feni-
e- oah av- in this studied. ive oMa a iln P..i* american women.
ta too, The saw teaching dr Ta e glanced self-coasclousu
a IL a Baa- a tc &s, sai ukA W" m m ow n he e Wp.
H tinturne t h 0o swai."
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6 b0der. lundhar the direction
of Lt. Qeon David M. OSB atter,
comm d of allied air forces
Southern orope.
It Wilt consIt of a nuew of
praetleal lar defense problems
daigod, to test the defense ea-
pabllttie of the partlelpating'
countries: Prance. Greece. Italy,
Turkey and the United Kingdom
tMalta).
Aircraft of the five MBliter-
ranean nations, plus carrier
pIa from the U.S. Sixth
et, will rangethe Mediter-
ranean from Southern France to
North Africa and Bastern Tur-
key, near the Soviet-border. The
eOrMcse will inelftde both cour-
dinAted defense of the whole
South -uropean area and de-
epnse 4i the single countries by
their national air forces.

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nsifeawr zear of W.aesprJuiQ supjpori Irm wz miuom of B86
revolt in" o soviet gone. contented workers.
Tme COnMAhist Pegm step-
ped p Its A s for 'l un- The Communists charged that
derrigim ttlsaa uitsa and a the underground movement wp
m A rkeral believed to organized by a West GermAth
be them in a Ceaifltn general, Gustav Gehlen, who- is
of k ffugnd sabotage araast employed by U.S. IntelligenceA-
the matelite government. Munich. "
The .sat German Ministry of Gehlen, former chief of
the IntO~lor announced Saturday Eastern armies division of
it haBe rushed" the vast under- German general staff, is regain
ground- with arrests in Berlin, ed as Germany's top expert #*
Halle, O0ttbus and Potsdam but activities behind the Iron O0-
Western officials said the an- tain.
nouneement vwa a "whistling in The Communists, In claimihi
the dark." to have "crushed" his movement'
Western officials indicated re- said they seized arms, secret ra*
distance centers still exist in dio transmitters. espionage nm-
Merseburg, Leipsig, Megdeburg. trial and plans for "attacks on
Chemnits Dreaden. Zwicksu and the Xast German people."
Rostock. where workers rose %-1
against their fted masters in the _
rebellion of Ju-e 17. wa- 1-Year-Old Tears
YesterdOpy's onmmmlist wa-n- ....
tings ,nderseqred the threat !$50 Bill Bonds
that still exidtn nd tlh fears S, B s
that the ledarles rebellion of! St.r Corner
June ml'ht hw have a igh n Street Cornerl
command. .TW $Oune rebellion
failed for lack b a centralized NlEW YORK. Nov/2 (UP) A


leadership. 61-year-old man was taken into
'Wm n Nov.2." it > custody by -oliee early today as
looks lW the Naval Supply De-.. "w is the time, by public che stood on a Manhattan strqe
loot ikte NDval p1 De cntor. to p e *;t still mcre C.rner tearing up $50 bills and
pot oIf at mesan Dtego is oinxed planed C rf and protect $1j00 government bonds.
when it comes to keeping froen yourst -i fi-mi e most severe
The other day the Navv let punishment whct ll U be meted Police id*,ntifled him as Leon-
h0W pounds of frozen chicken out'without exelptlon to all who ari Angelino. He was Qken to
oat nDiego. This came on co tcries in thesere of Beevue Hospital for r-
top thespoilage of 43.000 the warnVienerg and enemies of tlon..
osf f mported by this the people the S ovie language Police said he had torn mven
Ml .ShMa rch2o2, and the newsusper Taegliche tandshcan $50 bills and five $100 bonds in.
0 lloIe of 8,009- pounds of liver warned, to little pieces and thrown them
jor Sept 7. 1952 It was a-blunt anpeal to East into asewer. They Viece to.4
ThBe rspolted because it Germans to inform on any an- gether all the scraps they 6ould
was l to han too longa ti-Communists they know of and recover.
outside4tbe freezer. Naval offi--
sh the matter up, -- ....
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Th'. *.at spoilage of frozen "
chik was disposed of very
seee.
Ot trouble at the San Diego. '
refrlgeretlon plant seems to be
too, much brass hat-ism. The
Othe day there was a leak in
Swatr' pipe and an enlisted
ipan tried to get an order
through to a plumber to have it
fixed. The order had to go A
through six officers and requir- 0
d three days before it was sign-
ed and the plumber arrived. Of-
ficers are so numerous around
the San Diego Naval Supply De-
pot that they are doing ordinary
clerks work usually handled by
civilias.



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YOUR PORUM THE fREAhS OWN COLlMN


THE MAIL BOX
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Th" Mail ao s an opn forum for readers of The Panama Am
Iee. Ltters are eCedid glatefully and re handled in a wholly Ce
detiel manner.
It yqu stirbt a a letter don't be Impatient I* it ees't appear
east day. Le published in the order received.
Plee fty to keep the lettein limited ft eone page length.
Identity letter wrtersn a held in strictest confidence.
Tb ewsIpeper eaMym no respesibiility for atsameaf e s e pii
empssede i letter s from meaen
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OUR FOOTBALL PLAYERS


bct. 31, 1953


Dear Sirs: /
Tonight was the night of the football game and as I drove 1
the stadium .I could see the brilliantly lighted field and hear tl
cheering crowd. Although I wasn't in the stadium I could pl
tare the players in their uniforms going through their clever
executed formations and plays, I could just see the tension of tl
crowd, the enthusiasm of the rooting section and the fancy steel
ping of the cheer leaders.
To me this was a picture of a good thing for our communi
M lort the schools. For promoting clean sportsmanship u&
d 1veloping the young men of the teams into outstanding repo
men who would represent our Canal Zone aid be looked
by their classmates. The parents of the young men oh t
an must feel a great pride in the otL.L;Lndlng a elaaments
tBr chudren. When the game is over everybody oIes to.
oeUlaeu* or to their home thinking of the enjbyameq ,f .t
4 rt adi smo eventually to bed. "' .'. ..-
/That end sthe day you would think. Well, ft might. .-0
tkbe fans and parents but not for our community. hAs.wti
t it is 3:00 a.m. and the party Is just o.er for us. Wh.t party
as the drunken, gambling, swearing brawl of your dear .man
4.9 am players. Oh, this could not be you say." Not our fift ui
ding young pmen of which the community and their parent
*so proud. Well, the bags under my eyes are loaded with.
mage for you.
Until nearly three a.m. these fur lipped, hog voiced, lmbicilic
A inonstrosittis were soaking up the booze, throwing dice, pouud
the tables, yelling as loud as theli foghorn voies could (
or two though, couldn't get down to the hog calling level an
wtwelin the fife corps. They would be better at carrying
t baskets instead of footballs.
All these so called sports were using foul and obscene lan
gl in expressing themselves. This language for several hdul
bit wearing especially since it is in the center of a e6o
ty of families with children and where single women 4n

Yes the parents and community can be very proud of .tei
football players. Proud of what.. Anyway, just think of my:l tl
sweet message when you next see OUR TEAM.on the field fight
lta to wisn. Well, don't kid yourselves, they just want to get th
Came over in a hurry so they can saturate their tonasle, unlimbe
their vocal ropes and hash over the game In a cute and vulgar
ean to man talk."
Pegahps these Ruys don't represent all oot l n the Zon
he&ZRWY a. certain percentage of all sports, ba l. basketba
h bwat, |MT footalaU players i th pals. I hav
iAiK A SUeItntyntit for dofMe timn a ndta is1s t1atbrfA1 c
iom slM" probably won't be the Iat;. .t U we weoAave
Toura with bilt ags under the eyes. .

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DENT I AL WEEK-END RELEASE...!
TRAGIC... DRAMATIC... EPIC...!.


'ROME llO'CLOCK'
*.i0 Luei Baem g .mt.f tazi Messino Girotti


. IV IIIO OLbEN JUBILEE DOU
TVOROGRAMI

Edward G. Rebinso and Paulette Goddard,
"VICE SQUAD" plus:

George Montgomery, in "GUN BELI


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Joel Bart. .
Specfficalry. what they 9aid
Only the FBI and some of-ethe
Justice Dept's prosecuting at.
tQrneys know. And they arenl'
talking. But we do know that
Rosenberg has beed executed as
a master spy. Sobell s doing
so years In Aleatraz for helping
him steal our atomic secrets.
WilaiLn Peol i doing five years
for P rW for denying that
8irant hO s kuped the coun-
try, via OXIlCo.
go 4 ir arer. oth are now
b eivd to hea the growing
t- Amernica. oloy of
.1 ne1w eperauing lIn
B kct ned Praingue.
But, before Barr and Marant
ktiI the country, they work-
d i h's secr et
Be dl 7 il 'of- their friends
-juat '.. DRe Bafr amnd .-
e.' '"' to the GOTIei.
t1 tS.gh detsd the lte
huhidet hePr-
iI knows. but
WA iad mind of a
seommt.Ue myself can figure
Itoe.
Ovlioely William Per] hasn'tI
toi all Why d:d he sublease
the apartment at 66 Morton
9treet-wt Serant? What did
he wi*. with It while he. Pert.
-w" Mkno r-n :Cleveland ata
MiNO 1 At.lisory Commit.
teW d.f Od Peri lie about
kiawbe,. Sarant and Barr? But
most Impor'ant is the answer I
to one big question:
WhI dol the RBoenbergs
Ca t matry to Per'I
inIartamenI- which
=a welt me-t 0or B sound b-
'the -I byf'- t ,time- mand
t W meoey and diree- a
fle 4'r = t tl Cg the country a
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n ThreT W InO evidence that this
emssa. Vivian l assman.
Iknew war from a spy ring.
But 8Ae w*t the girl friend, of
NCamr.a, also, a bright
e.lctgal eangieer. She search.
c P. at i Cleveland and
told him the money and
Sto 4he mentioned
BaErr q -m 4he wrote
y t win a piece of
Sw Pe..r) ut. a .later he
"* fl "t he wa aso
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SComment
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There was really only one
secret which the Soviet's atomic
e-pAu..age rings didn't aseal I
nude. Amiat was the oewieopment
o0 aerial propulsion at our atom-
ic boaui center in Oai zt Iue.
A mis is the secret wor on an
a omic airplane motor which
,r. will enable our bombers O cir-
cle the earth without conven-
th tional fuel.
And the Soviet rings were *-.
bout to get their agents nto
tha. area, too. but we arrest
of one of the colkEagues of the
Soviet master spy, Julius Ros-
enberg, at least temporarily
averted that disaster.
The man who was ready to
move into Oak Ridge is the
brilliant aerodynamic enfin-.
by eer, WilUUam Peri, now doing
le five year for perjury in the
c- Feueral Pen at Terre -Haute.
ly Perl had actually apped for
he a position at Oak Ridge, ha-
p- ng shown his brilliance as an
aerial melentist In his work in
Cleveland with the govern-
ty ment's National Advisory Cam-
md miltee on Aeronautics, one of
". the most vital federal the6-
ep retical and e xp ermental
he agencies.
n What l'erl wanted, when he
e asked for security elearance and
4e a transfer to Oak RIige, was to
be appointed liaison. nma be-
tween the atomic-bomb solen-
gt tists and those working on the
te aerial atomic motera which, It
y? is hoped, will be able' to power
i. the bombers carrying nuclear
, weapons long distances, Slce
to work. It he could gt it. -
-a He didn't. He was arrested.
Instead. And he turned out t1
be. as prolific as he was brtl-
]- liant. It was discovered, for ex-
I. ample, -that he was part of a
n. group which we now know was
Id deeo In the heart of thle rdar

Fort Monmouth, New Jersey.
-. Let me take you step by step
ra from here on out, dince, the
- radar story, though only a mipi-
d ute part of the Intricate ring
operated by Julius Rosenberg, Is
breaking wide open now.
Ir We go back to an apartagnt l
le In the depth of Manhatta4's t
' lower west aide, At 01 Meto' p
1e Street, to be ezact. Ite tMie
or is any one of dozens of das ain
r 1944. 1945 and 194. The -a&Rt- a
ment 10 letied In the name Of v
one Alfred farant. In 9. 40-
e rant suleased Ittoo l-lll t
11 Perl, the man who wpltdB
e much to ghetto OakI lt bbut
f couldn't became he w

those days ete five
ter spy Jullt& Rosenberg* i
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utre Era Taft. BOnss and his advisers are today .demiMads usne all nt auqpto be,
ookinI for sonm. afe, ceomoise ibraw\plan ,.
hht f btwMeen the Bran nla"p and a corn- 't 2.bet,
iletely uncontrolled agricultural economy. V. 9. farnau ,te)
Th mlsenhowt'adagmlntr was Iirught ihaest.
iaek up algahat dileu t when aw b.ea- tad t e
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no uhIztte( nwt of aIttan, Thfira^ Xt Ia iu, suchshema the c)Wogpun appa-.
edaho. They WcaOs Oto. see what fbo- ..eep -"
could be doe to stop a deprein before it .. n th
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RUTH MILLETT Says....

One of the easiest things in
the world to Put off is saying a
few kind word.
An acquaintn ha s hs pic-
ture in the paper, or make$ a
fine talk, or a&pars on TV and
we're pleased him and proud
of him. But instead of letting
him know right then and there
how we feel, we put it off and'
tell ourselves. "I must be sure to
mention it next timpe see him."
Even if we remember, It sounds
kind of unimportant when we
get around to mentioning it. We
have missed our chance to make
a big moment a little bigger for
somebody else.
We do that kind of putting off
all the time. We know junior has
a fine teacher from the little
things he tells us about he."
Maybe when we go to the 1n8t
parent-teachers' meeting g of tlie
year we'll give her a pat on the
back, and maybe well never get
around to it. But wouldn't It
mean more to her to hear right
now that at least one parent
knows what a good teacher she
is and is grateful for it?


TOO LATE TO MEAN
ANYTHING
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North's bidding in today's' We dont realize unuti e
hand Is a little strange, but not Browns have put a For Sale"
really bad. North had no con- sign on their home across the
venent bid when West overcall- street that weve never pu ln
.. .... tth words the ract that we think
.powthew b heridi. n howeverthey are fine neighbors. Now it's
decided that there was a little late to y anything that
a sound play for game Ul mean anything to the
Afte _South's rebid showed a Browns. so many chance. of
go ang d a goaodaspade Wes. so many chances of
ood hand ad a good spade ig someone a boost or a wor
"16t shoul ha n con_ of appreciation Just by putting it
1~owthashould haebentohrne off until it istoolate to carry
tent with a simple raist eee muc weight to car
t, and the chances nre What got me started on thi,
South might have gone on subject, anyway? Why a kind
to fbur spades even though and heart-warming letter from
ad already bid his full strength a woman reader who didn't sy.
West opened the king andf to herself. "Some day I think 1:11
arts, natural enough, and write Ruth Millett just how I feel
at i .l Thd discour mine i about her column," but instead
.th . u. .. i onlatwo sat down and wrote the letter
hear tha, esout hf a only ah land made today a nicer day for
he doubleton he tould have be- me.
by playing his higher heat.
West reasoned that South ws be able to discard one losing
und to have the ace of clubs, club on the queen of hearts and
rnd that the contract could not another losing club on dummy's
.e defeated if South also r.ad ace of diamonds (after a dia-
1he queen of' diamonds. In short, mond finesse.) South will there-
e-,was able to pick the eight fore avoid the loss of a club
efensiveplay as accurately as trick
Should see all the missing -.---
SJrt for the fun of it, p lt' LITTL
es' correct defensive play be
ore you read on. f voir pick ,t 4 -
Srrec, lead at; trick two, even
au= you.aie looking at-all nf
he. crdsyoucan congratulate
foutselfon-a fine lob of defe-//
.ive a lysis.
At the second, tri'k west m"e,t ,
Verd the kin1r of damr.nds' Nov;.
t o-h11.mnst o e t"l o hearls3. an
iaond ahd, V il When .,L :.'
d. wa, asgtually played. -..r, J ..i.,
thought that West h The closer you get some pe
e tn of daoilds as we'!,, pleethaq. yya nxt to
h1refore let West hold t' t them. V. l u t
at o f d ia m o n d s . .. ..
West continued with a lowi
*ilmend end& thb finesse of 'he
Jack from the duniinv was tal-"n
"Eplt's queenF Now South had 6 DAYS TO
,o losi two ila:-onds. t".o
t *. and a club, s'ice Ea-.t CZ FIREMEN'S
.-nr -South makes his contract if BALL
e-t makes the more "natur,"
dled of a low diamond at tl.e
second trick. Dummy fines; .' ov. 7th
re ten of diamonds. and Ear'
,ins with the queen. If East n.)w at
returns a club, South put ; up It n
,ee of clubs and finesses a Rri t-
inond in order to discard his los- "
7 East ,returns a heart in cr-
der to avoid this play. South wTI n


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4 Green or
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8 October's
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12 Girl's name
13 Region
14 Scandinavian
15 Tangle -
S18 Butterfly
18 Rare green
jewel
20 Sand hills
i 21 Raced
22 Always
24 Sour
26 Notion
27 Middle
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30 Shackles
32 Streak
34 Nimbuses
35 Prickly herb
36 Diminutive
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37 Prosecutes
39 Musical
Symbol
40 Stalk
.41 Observe
42 Ethical
45 Perform
49 Having
4 consumed
too much
1St Black bird
52 Deceased
53 Afternoon
4 parties
54 Piece out
55 Goes astray
56 Essential being
P57 Legal matters
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4 Oriental-
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5 Seed covering
6 Tian ftrred
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7 Hearing organ
8 More pecullar
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19 Wireless
23 SleAvelesi
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25 Short talk
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27 Deluder 41 JudgMient
28 Fencing 42 Fashion
sword 43 Above
29 Ego 44 Erect
31 Snuggle 46 Vegetables*-
33 Speeder 47 Grasp
38 Displays 48 Female
undue feeling sheep (pl.)
40 Brownish-rert 50 Goddess of
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women wheo teet ams ,
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By GASiPAti.t
.MwYORK (L--I ,,ot
Owtdas 1 a woman b eom-
mit I wrapped up ai otl term,
"trying too hard,uAyi disner
Lily 1:che.
Mrsi dach a fasMen leader
for 20 yars, has conaied what
she considers the wi tiaBlWt
als in dress. The oe at the btt-
tom of her Jist prpbblpy Wobid
rate at ihe top o i.m ed
by hbabands. It'a
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"The worst sti ota la trying
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shoes."
The second sli i wearing too
much.
Agalart Christma Tre Effect
T. much makeup, too niuch
trial she said. "By the th e a
woman gets a hat witt a lot of
tuff on It, glove all decorted,
ahoes fancied up and drum with
spangles or button, she's burled
under her outfit."
The other sitn, she aid. are
neglect of hair and flee, ("the
part of the woman mmseen Ot";I
Wo much costume Jeowery ("a
French woman stands la front
of -a full-length wnen
_sh fully dressed. and then
starts shedding some of the un-
neceamry"); hair .too set; fol-
lowing fada ("even Dir expects
women to be see.tet"), and
squhadering money.


There have been seven of cur= w&n ML
them. In 1646, more than three The elder Roer.. del' -
centuries after "John the Rog- accident is hmra m.s
ers" was wounded. John Rogers m 41d da p i --
2nd lost a hand in the battle of t of i ida, i
Naseby. Later, the third John er-~new skW. and
Roers wasbijured in one of a cmfortab e w*sn.
serie of"Jacobite uprlstngp. his r and Hs n-" ,
The curse did not strike again dren 8thi. e peneiiss
until 1845 when John Rogers 4th "curse fathe moorS'
was hit on the head and, lost his
hearing. Some years later, John "ft Is a- storage thing"
Rogers 5th fell over a amestone said.
cliff near Glasgow. He lost an
arm. His wifi I Mconvinmcedj U eI


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It wa a farow nemiap wTf
Roger, a Marine. iny
recemed from a we of
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It Ia something else," aid John e p-w- 9 Ite cum. .
Rogerm 6th. "There. w .e no more Johns,'
The latter came to America she said, "'-lTre are too
from Scotland when he was a names fr ua to choose to
boy. In 1931, while working &j a the strange thbig that has
miner In nearby Martins Ferry, lowed uas foe enturies."


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The "curie of the moo.s," called
dpwn upo= the clan-of *ogers in
the dim past of Scotaib folklore
hau reached out over more than
Mix centuries to settle over this
Ohio village.
The curse, handed down from
father to son from the 14th cen-
tury until now, is this:
That every John Rogeri will be
maimed In war or accident.
And since 1314. whem a soldier
called "John the Roger" lost a
leg in the battle of Bannockburn,
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Fourth of July Ave Phone 2 0441


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;NET RESULTS-Roland Els-
enbeis, Cook County, Ill., natu-
ralist, exhibits a three-pound
bass netted withth the aid of an
electrical device that reders
Ltsh below surface unconscious
lao that they float to top. t's
jart of a tish census program.
'The fish soon are normal
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BLqW HARD-It takes a lot
[waid to get an oom-pah out
of the bass horn Myra Sas
born, Coffeyville (Kans.)
lege student, is trying out. bi
born is an object of interest in
the classroom of Willam
Sears, new director of indru.
mental music at the college.
I He acquired it after confsaie-
tioa by American armed foros
In Germany during WorM War
I n. The horn, manufacture i
Innsbruck, Austria, was pla9
by a member of the Nazi Youth
Oigaatlation band prior to war.


u, me s al)eving the l m room 4
.unzlt Germany aI kitc
t~opean" h Isb agreem 2-50
aweed t't uron 0 FaO ede bedoorr'
reaty .ri the basis of 1 e e-r4ie one., store %fac-
note of'Aug. 15 on the erman ilites. Perrv t. St. No. 10
questloln to the Western powers, apartment 6. -
hesad LOST FOUND
"I have therefore decide hat LOS FOUND I
on my return to my fathehrld REWARD f rfurn of large 'nole
I will exert all my efforts to i* dog with "hie* dark silver gr fur .
cbieM the sacred aim of peace.; was wearr'.hain collar. Il3--
, TicatlM-of a Demoeratie 4322 or 29 Stre NM. 12, ell
LOf'y ad&-friendship of the V*it. "'"." ., I
Ofqm pgopie with the o.viLet '
pel. Ias well as with all' other -
petueloving people." -
. Just what role Paulus will play
T kin coealdered possible he
molght get qi.gh post in the East
n ee army or enter the
Democratic Party."
appeals to former A
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS .1
Household Automobiles Do Y .bmb a daibi pebliemi Gramlich Santa Clara Beach cottages.
... .-.-- ------I_ .W ile A lls he" si A s I V eill S e electric r Tr.geration gas staves. 1
FOR SALE Kermore 60 Cc.e FGR SALE -,953 Ford 4-Dpor Se- 20il< AeN C. 2. moderate rale. Phone 6-441 orl
washirg machine. Very good con donr. -lone blue with ,voy top ... -- '- 4567.
dion. Wringe r typeg 70 000 m miles. new cbr condition DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. --- -
Phon. Albrook 5e130.C, Price $1.77500. House 581-D Central Avenue "K' street.. Houses on boach. Santa Clam. Also
onACool. Corner telephone 2-3479. Panama i COOLCL pom naf mount I in.
F'U SALE'--Frng daore. good condi-u Phone ..RARIL...lboo' 138
ton Mut sell. 25-cycle. Call FOR SALE -- 1952 Morris Minor. REPAIR refi-ish bamboo furniture, or see coraoker there. I|
2-3223 nher 5:00 e ening. under 7,500C mileage, in perfect guaronieed work, i front of Bal--F n i
conrition. C ll Whneler, Ialbo boa Beer Garden. "Jimmy._' Foster's Cottagessi
F SAE Westinghoue, refriger- -3569 Santo Clara. Pian e youi
aor 9 cu f r. 25 cycle. Good con- FOR SALEl nens. P b 2 .1 I
tciffn, $125 00. 2517-B. Sogo FOR SALE -Military Jeep 4 wheel WILLIAMS' Sonte Claoro Bech Cot-
Avenue Cocol2. 5 -B Drive A-1 conditions. x relent for MOUS s. Laren cPrtaeble.a madew
r.interor. CollClayton M i scellaneous togs Large. cenlttlotle, mdeI
-- tenor. Coil _268, near beoch. Balboa 3050 accept.
FOR SALE: Coldspot refrigerator, weekends.
mr-- 77 ^25 cycles. lrne. e 71 5; 1941 Olds-Ph och, to a1San.
Smobile, $200. Both in excellent l P B ox0. 4'i, St 7 P i
condition. Balboa 6384. Panams 3.18717, Crll3b= l 0 2-1673.
FOR SALE: -- Daschund puppies. "
Phones 3-1816, Panama. FOR RENT ,
FOR SALE-Registered Cocker Span- B
iel puppies, blonde, also party co-_Roa
lor. Call Suturday 964-D, Diablo. FOR RENT.-C'haolet com et, two
FOR SALE .-Sfmpoon Signal Genera- bedroom with closet, maid, vm. 2"
tor. Precision 5 Scope. 24 Voit D bathrooms, big itrchen i gv, ge
rifle range pin ball machine. Tel. fenced, lown, goid neighbor and
8-6265. bus stop. Price, $90.00. Apply ~
C. Motor Generator, set, Seeburg Belisario Porils Avenue, No. 91-B
WANTED TO BUY FOR RENT
WE BUY your esd riuge.ator an-d Aparlmet-I
give you a C OStEY. LCa de l o e.lt .
CIA. CoRN5OS. Telephone a- 79u3 ATTENTIOul. & Jt tfh o. modea
"Avenida Nacional," neur Tiyot e furnished ota"oen, one. T we
Crsn bedrooms, hot,-Ol W r.Tel-
-ss ng. phone Panaenr n-494t.
CITY FARMER-He may be FOR RENT:-Fur nisi momentt. 2
from the big city, bt that .e i bedrooms, 'llvilngrm. et i
doesn't detract from Jame&s r was P ae and porch. two bth 150.
i Sarconi's pride, as a armlt. 00. 48th St. No.7, 7 Vista.
The four-year-old b.y beapTs "r fb RIMFOR RENT: Fumisehe apartment
ION THE COB This feline as he struggles to Ift a:bas *!' for two couple's. Bat residential
'gourmet wouldn't trade one of of sweet potatoes at N section. Electric rIgerstor. No
hibs whiskers for cat food, but York City Plant and. flower fG an U hL13, .3rd Stresf.t
you better nat pasi him, up Guild Children's Garden. It was FOR R T:--Apren i C-
whe rn on the'cob is on the a bumper crop for the garden BERLIN. Nov. 2 (UP) West- greto, 2 bedroom, i ving, dining-
menu. With some aid from his and youngsters like Jimmy emt ofici ls said today former room. port h, o ~itcheng., leun-.
mistress, Mis. Federck Wolt- helped an the harvested ... -tiNazi field marshal Priedrich dn'-rcom, mgid'l bedroom ani dr
man, of New York. the Siamese Paulus appears to have thrown both, hot water.' Foa further refer- 11
cat gnaws the cob clean and his hat lntb the German pollieal eaces please caI 'Tel. 2-4960. 3-'
meows for secor ts. ring. 4282. 1
They saw in his statement in FOR RENT:-Two rooms furnished.
Moscow yesterday a dec lartlonR apartment with-private kitchen, fcr 'I
on his Intentions to take .rt a couple. 4th St. 7040, Broadway'
in a Communist-led t and Me iende 'jif, .I
for German unification on So- ANTED I
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Coast ilt 1919 at a cost of nearly much am 90 er cent for around.
$100, 00 at a time when that the-clock operMton, more dam-
sua. built i~e- finest thet could ag conwel men matters.
be had In yachts. Her work- A lattlehltt In eacetlme has
umaIbl war. the best, and Woodbk 72 o Mer and 1,400 enilated
fromn aU ats of the world went men. A havy erlUer carries 62
into her oonstruction. Th% decks dOtfcers, i,360 men.
were of teak as well as most of A dedtroycr huM 14 offtleas and
th M 'O mn ald a Itnartre, seven
Sa" a had served owneb" offloe f Bad T1 mem
Q t nwealty. Her decked
Iwef r'ko the rich, the faa- A IoX Ifrgo ship. One of the
qa and the beautiful,, and. ti workhorie o the fleet, aWrs
name IdalaU was a by-word M about name .fticeM and 131 men.
yachting circleas.for many yeaU wl1* -an amphbou t pot
iKW Wr*atet fame caMO 1i about 32 offJlerf d 3
i1 hen she carried some 15 atn.
Ws fatIa m an SW amuiunt-lqa In the inallerctan. a.
fr Lo Angeles to apul l otor r a
MexiCo, for trans-shime it hee officers and men, while
no.'Her owner, L*land mh e lumbering abip,
of Coronado, O ank carTi six r mlel Lad 87
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'te Idsa s o wasi used b Of the aMP th-Maid: .Four
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camse a riuise boat for ppelVil SIlon, tWo or dore divisions
U r inking out of Pacflfc make a squadron, two ,r more
.6oai_)f "eventually endling-p luadrons comipi W a flotila,
Cin kolul. four years ago. sd u lere two or Fiare flo-
.. Ctom f~ents lmoDnded hart In' a fleet d o force,
as adon as ie tied up here, and uch a the Atlatic ite4 Sub-
bar skipper was accused of vi- maimnes are org the same
lating h ;Jcense by carry' Way.
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crusty Honolulu dock, unwanted riers are grouped o divisions,
an duneared for. Her alint ahis ang two or moe. diVit4ons make
blistered a d .peeled, her ia l a l quadron. But NEbi y there
have rotted, and bar hall stri-k w en ough .61 te1 9 large
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outfit her lat year, and l etup higher tan t
wa spent In the attempt. w ANavy air Woo has about
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The modern Used OCar lot has earned for the irm the title of "Alantli eide .t-. 4
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people ff the great day of CeIebtio~a of Inependence.

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CHICAGO. Nov. 2 (NEA) At he can't do all these th Su- te beS
?. his present lick, William Lee erlatlvely, he kMeps r t on the ratM& i
S1 Shoemaker will have ridden 450 distancing whatever rides go a- tion. umr 4
winners before the yean is Out. against him at whatever meeting, team. t sl i ei
That mark Is likely to stand as "He fits the horse," says TrfimprovedVAa
', ;' o -- long a.s Babe Ruth's 60 home Writer Raamussen. "He 40n"t Itia eitMBy
-Aeia r ndidated Bd n In thWe1 country is Yale' Jordan runs. struck In 1927. Tony De- make the horse fit him. Dame tem."
B heyiIt undese Ws's l avar ..n Spirlto was widely acclaimed 'Through lght aid senmUtve For S rt ue
c ehelost a ord ho when he set the previous jock- hands, Shoemaker seeWr'td Um- that PrNank m
Wgtnia because^ ehe lost -is Stanford s phenomenal pauer, eys' record, 390,; astyear- Wi Sie derstand what is goipg on ththe,' in
4tting -tackle job to sophomore i Bob Garrett who dumped migh- Shoemaker gallopedpast that the horses. It Is his way oftq- two wLy t# Ir
reki" Boseley, ,anOther Joe;tv UCLA %ith his pitches, wUs figurein mid-October. Ing to them., or vice versa. W.-'
-A. e.pro ridliuled In pro-season opea r i-coer a to them. or vice versa M
The professional football Oc- being too slow for. two-way gett plenty of mounts In soa Ing Shoemaker. I cannot refti mob- o D
ae.ts have given ut p on Steve Ow-, pla e a competition. S h o emaker, 22, ber any horse improving aer wegkdoW 'defeadvi
en es efforts to instill a workae All-Aner tailback Paul G.-l would excel anywhere, confines he went from Bhotmaker. to ach E.sby MRlto'
offense. The morale is i atvert w o his campaignin to Callfornia. some other rider. Wheh a here omorS.
l'w .. the beb t p because the Gol en State la his can't win for Shoemaker, it sl
The middle name of rugged for the baseb Ganthome and he likes it there. H because the horse lt't up toit.' Thata h yth
hlN-tre Dame end Dan Shannon is'set the pace at Belmont Park In from 50 to 54 mia
Mary, which is the only effem- Some public relations counsel- 1951. He has been the leadmn Shoemaker does not subscribe also why eantlt4
inate th~n about him ... i ngis in order for Frank Leany.,relnsman at every complete to the acey-deucy style of riding this is one of the b
Billy Martin the World SeresThe Notre Dam coach phony meeting he has ridden subse- so prevalent in this country. e Notre
f'wo. will always be a .250 hitter czterwaullnh sounds like a rasp-quenttothe Santa Anita ached- ca and others ride with t Th team
e h n hinrodthtbefoenpaed tRodule of 1949-50. He is the first left stirrup longer than the Indeed, seeraiatu
dit takes mor- than cockiness many times: I e before the Ptt ock to ride 300 or more winners right to give them ore pu- low averat .
tb'hit a high, inside one ... eame. "You are looking at thc t.-
One New Yor baseball star most frightened coach inAmer- three different years. hse on turns. Shoemakerrides Left-ha he
has hadhiwith stirrups level, and old'tim- ohly melaJl f-the
btddint greatness delayed be-i Wasn't it Leahy who described Shoemaker's formula is simple, ers contend that la bet.
use he discovered thie brightIrish quarterback Ralphuglel- oRasmussenR states for T Unde r a forced av /plan
ihts of the big city ... ml a ^ .hv sort who hesitated t To rthed Record. 'I run Under a forced savtage wan,
h t r t we s o when the horse wants to," says Shoemaker ha $70,000 waiting
There's no truth to the runter'make decisions" as a sophomore? the young Texan. who ner for hm when he became. His
cn.' Bob Nnri-~d is coming M\st be another guy by the name te young Texan. who never for him when he became 21. His
en. Bob Neyand is coin .st e anotherguybythesaerode a horse or roped a steer In biggest touch was $14,432.50 for
Sb tomc ndeunesso inr He o R Mardlaund mat native state. He learned toW2:00 2/5 of work, winnin the
Roib ond erollsuccewithar- Bob o ul the hld est on" at 16 at the Susy Q.tSanta Anita Maturity withe sat
___ Robn __s oo ter in nout the i g RS e of canch In southern Califonia. ICircle. He owns en apartatit

t. Aeadnsnwnsvidgeti lS'rr .eeven oef house, is going Into the reotau-
Jesusv Meadows may get allsfeted k _.La--
nl "" c a u eh ",e "St 2 ers o Plttsb h nShoemaker is to race riding rant business. .
tf pblcktratn Duke.. but thev" t,t in 20 miles of the m ttsbd gh ...
-'fi' .in Blue De ..l cout region *nuhat Notre Dame's Johnny Latt- Shoemaker's nerve haB never
t T. the best ADlro t n ;. hr bhst n ir l r i le ner Is to college football, wht been questioned. Several e'lils
t they n t a ro tnise fa t hea n iSnrms ot B ob l eg Eddie Stanky. the player. was to have failed to t ibe the 9

thysquad is soh tac:ie DJe foot ll AmAs Bob Farrs ... _scf T -- -
JAes fo A ent one second basing. They say The his sharpness sHeo l does wh
Tony.Trabert. America'o N3. I Young Willie Wilsn of Pt roi- ikeJh n eLongde or whiT p e ntonue to do sO. yer
ins smater. will by-passe : dence.R I a o N rcano sparma le J'. W s. or Td A. c m.
t eate nson. They contend he isnot Wille Shoemaker Is one of.the
tyi and enroll at ahtennis Rc- Boo lson I n -and u -the he can't come from the rucc like ne, and he make his bues




S UCL or South ern califr-fiDher n nd ot of tuhering .... n t
torof player personnel w An weld te axinsider willch teli Conn McCrea. .t even though good.
rom the Brooklynthe nortful is at a racket-in- of o
Rees Hill of US has btwou more Reese is a strong sort of er-
uch n mt~on of football of fen o Smemrt pla ers lay off the trot- I INNEOA'he
-a bcf trh"kf mle. I- r It's t"o eav for them I -AWA T
S arley Dressen go rorhthan The attitude or other hire e
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HICAGO Nov. 2 (NEA .. 'Kentucky colonel is too close t!
SC. Matihews was asked i f the Brooklyn party.
would make Pee Wee Reesei
nager of the Dodgers e w o e a fairly
N'No," replied the Cubs' di.'hd club. Soon he would have""
tor of player personnel. whci .- wield the ax, which might
me, from the SBrooklyn organ- b? painful in the case of old
tion. fi ends with whom he has been'
ti"-ouqh manv a battle. -
"Reese at 34 has two more Reese is a strong sort of ner-, ---"
yeats as a sh 0r s top. n. but is hardly forceful, in .*
anagiyg might affect his play no sense a driver.

*a Pre!ldent Walter F. O'Mal- be surrounded by c a p a b I e
l refhe Brooks must bellevo opcbes.
view of the fact th't 1e let
arley Dresmen go rarhierthan The attitude of the hired ''$
ve the tv.o-linir, ntriranlt-%wju- 1 nch changes with the switch
S t'c-' r .-"pc lion of anewly-appoint- ".p
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CO uld Matthews, the vet-
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Dyer," he replied, un-
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.i$hout a job in the game.
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ma' e has been tossed
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ftUp tbbets Field post by
MO Thompson, vice-president
director of- minor league
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an in the Superbas' front
e who in the opinion ofj
'Mloest to the situat lon
given a rather shabby
fit by Fred Balgh in St.
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1 a. World .Series for the Na-
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the chain, he will be eith-
aerAlston, who sent last
li Montreal; Clay Bry-
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Up And Down


Broadway


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HOLLYWOOD -(N 4) -Hol-
ly words ort te tecore ?ROBD2E'
MITCHUM: "Somet I'at,111li-
clii:.d' to think that "ark Ga-
ble was right when' he' s- d, o
screen actaig,. "It's la i .'
sttli have -.0 rummage through
my conscience for' taking mson-
r p
ey under iaise pretenses.
DINAH rcbhuiAk, about TV
wardrobe
You have to be careful. Don't
dress ias ii you were out to get
some 'other woman's husband,"
--oOo-
VAN Ht-,.,. on why he's
never regretteci not being the
collar-ad type or a definite per.
sonality:
"Hollywood producers ma y
think ~f Kooert Taylor or Hum-
phrey. Bogart for a role. -But
when they can't get them, they
say, "Okay, so let's get an actor
who an play it."- That's when
they think oi me."

JEAN PETERS, on meeting
Claire- Boothe- ce in RHomE: ,
"She's a hataisome; uignhitied
woman, but, there is Utis tAzy
aide of her that comes out no--.
an# then us lif o remind you
that she wrote 'The Women' and
'Kiss the Bvas Goodby."'
RBSON yO, on his ad-
diction to ars:
'I smoke'CmO much..Asa mat-
ter -of iact, T +I ve'tO kri \ ,ork-
ing soI I hae e eonuri money to
keep m3.ae'f. in I a~aias.'
TirENRY MORGAN, aibdut
learning hts lines or 4VThe,.ar
Corintry" .
"I'm'-a little slow. l'm still
learning lines .frodi my last pic-
ture. .. .-
MARA W ILSON, absent.-mid-
edu bout nts;' -'
"Gertrude Nlese 14 one of 4
bept friends but I almost. always
call her Gertrude Lawrefce: She
didn't seem to mind until Ger-
trdde Lawrence died. Now it's a
little frightening." .$
-0Oo- '
JAMES WHITMORE, on h-L
film career:
'Hollywood's been good to ne
This is a ridiculous bubinessj*'ve
hac fantastic breaks. This acting
s like a big crap game." ;
MGM PRODiUCR SOL BAERt
FIELDING, tBboUt Hollywood's
-resRosibilitv to the ublie:
"Movies today must do some-
th'ng more than appeal to the
eye. Pictures must either enter-
tain you or teach you something.
They can't .pend money on baby
sitters, tickets, popcorn and
parking Just to be lulled into


ADI1
-l NEW YORK Nov. 2 (UP) -
ISon' ^ The latest example of an im-
ported ly with a fancy repu-
tation falling to mesmerize the
su nibason or 'InVited to enter Broadway crowd is "The Little
iuthcor world -* Hut."
c 'other ro. 'This Preach original by An-
ROBERT .CUiL INGS, on TV'S dre Roussin ran for several sea-
ability to olish the s r: o sons in Paris and did as well in
-'All I know is thai. V I go London in an English version by
to premieres. people start yel- Nancy Mitford. da
H4% 'B nloom, Beanbos- Miss Mitford's adaptation is
ling Bn. osom, Beanblos- the one presented at the Coronet
00 Theater by J. C. Wilson and H.
BARRY SULLIVAN, on being M. Tennet, Ltd..
frt to or TV; i This "light comedy," as the
free to do TV. prognam calls it, is actually a
"It's wonderful. I can read a sex farce that is not well cast in
script and say'. This stink's the local version but which
wi,i;oup getting into trouble with wouldn't have too much to re-
anyo ody. o commend it even if the players
S 000-oOo- were ideal, as they are reported
DANY ROBIN/ the French to have been in London.
cutie who costars with Kirl r-- .
Douagas in "Act of Love": "I aucy French Touch
Sdon4 mind wearing a filmy That saucY French touch in
nignauown for a scene in a flm the matter of sex is apparent
3Bu' I won't pose for. leg art. from time to time, but Roussin
AeAing is sheer artistry. Cheese- hasn't any thing original to con-
cake i ua., sheer." trioute to this field. Whether it
-000- ls his fault or that of the direc-
NOVELIST LOUIS L'AMOUR tor, Pete Brook, there is some
who i writing a story with a "business" in the performance
1 trong' role for a women alter that must date back 'a good 60
specializing in screen originals.er. .Th ei is an occasional
tor Jeu Chandler and John reicitous comedy line, but these
Wauvne: are ar too few.


' "1 ve beei dating Katy Jurado
tSho gives me ideas."
I --Oo0--
DAWN ADDAMa, after meet-
Ipn,. bylvana Plampanni, the
ItRalan Mhet-.a who lashed out at
ycuYwwoA male stars as being
t.o, old ulid decrepit:\
S"'byl aina is the Marilyn Mon-
'lroe of Italy and rather vivacious
I a&l ,ttracive, but I think a lit-
:tle plump ior the American

SROBERT .WANER, about
Siwsht-ciuo publicity:
"It doeshnt amount to ra darn-
ed' thing. What's important is
good pictures and good acting.
You can't do either if you're
ruining around with dames
every night. The public eventual-
ly bays, "What's with this guy
arid this new-girl-every-night
routine.' "
0-oOo-
WANDA HENDRIX, after
working with Joan Bennett in
Alted Artists' "The House in the
Sea";
6he's of the old glianour
spootnnl It. w as on education iust


Anne Vernon and Roland Cul-
ver play a British husband and
wie stranded on a tropical isle
by a ships reck, and another
survivor is their "best friend,"
played by Colin, Gordon. Wife
and. friend, unknown to the
rather stodgy husband have
been lovers in civilization for six
years.
Theycan't an t conceal the liaison
on tl-.; island and proper fellow
the lover tries to drop it. But
eventually he tells the husband
who isn't put out at all but ar-
ranges a system whereby each
will have the wife on alternate
weeks. Into this tidy arrange-
ment comes fa supposed native to
whom the wife also submits
rather willingly in the belief he
is a high-ranking chief. But she
regrets the episode on class
ground when it is revealed he
was.a Danish cook of the sunk-
en ship. Eventually a vessel
rescues them.
"The Little Hut" seems like a
revue sketch stretched past the
breaking point to make a full-
length play.

Serves Again


;:aTchng her." HARTFORD, Con. (UP) -
--o0o- The Rev. D. W. Hoggard. minis-
HUMPH1EY BOGART, to ter of the Mt. Carmel Baptist
Photographer Murray Garrett Church in Philadelphia, who
when he tried to snap his pic- baptized the Rev. E. Sylvestre
tuie at the Mocambo: Branch, Jr., 17 years ago, came
"Sorry, old boy, I don't -have here to install him as pastor of
my tape on." ,the Unibu Baptist Church.


Surgery Preferred
In Some Cases
Of Blood Pressure
CHICAGO, Nov. 2 (UP) Sur-
gery Is preferable to medical
treatment in some severe cases
of high blood pressure, accord-
ing to a report in the Journal
of the American Medication As-
sociation.
A report by 1r. Reginald H.
Smithwick, professor of surgery
in the Boston University- School
of Medicine, and his associate,
Dr. Jesse E. Thomison, showed
that, at the end of five years, 81
per cent of 1,266 patients who
had undergone surgery were still
alive, while only 46 per cent of
467 patients who had chdsen
medical therapy had survived.
Smithwick about 15 years ago
developed a radical operative
technique to reduce high blood
pressure. It consists of removing
large portions of splanchnic
nerves which serve various or-
gans within the abdominal ca-
vity.

Red-Lined
Thinking
By United Press)
According to the Communist
party newspaper in Belgrade.
"Enough is enough."
A few months ago Yugoslav
radio station came out with that
nation's first singing commer-
cial.
,'he song thy used was "Jingle
Bells."
iow the tune has become a
popular dance number.
The party newspaper Borba
finally put its foot down.
It warns that the radio osta-
tions and dance orchestras have
unwittingly introduced a religi-
ous angle by playing the song
. said "Jingle Bells" is played
in the United States only at
Christmas time and then is used
to spread the "Christmas spirit"
. something viewed with a
jaundiced eye by Yugoslav gov-
ernment.
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A DULLES FIGURE OF SPEECH-It would probably take a
psychiatrist to explain the innermost thoughts of Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles doodling at the Big Three Foreign Min-
,isters conference in London. But, to the layman it is quite
apparent that the theme of his thoughts c '-1red on peace.


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Idleness Carries Woodpecker Drills
Its Own Reward Hole For A Wren u
s COLUMBUS, 0., Oct. 2 (UP)-
BOSTON, Nov. 2 (UP) Ifs Ralph Coleman must have
all right, men, to sprawl on the stumbled ontoonof the most
sofa and watch the wife do the inrrobable friendships in the
dishes the doctor says so. biro world.
"Idleness, once the habt is ac- Colemnan recently built some
quired," observes the New Eng- birdhouses, including a little
land Journal of Medicine, "seems wrenhouse which he carefully
to carry with it its own reward nailed to the trunk of a weeping
although Its pleasures may be willow tree.
enhanced by a contemplation of
the activities of others." W While sitting in the yard, a
It is at times when the mind terrific racket attracted his at-
appears to ,e completely inac- teution to t.ie wrenhouse, where
tive that'it nmay come up with a woodpecker was hammering
the most sensational ideas, ac- away.
cording to the doctors And the "I frightened him awayy" Cole-
persons who can -'just sit" and man said, 'because I didn't want
do absolutely nothing "indeed, the birdhouse ruined. However,
may be said to have achieved a as soon as J stepped back from
new and high level of maturity." the tree, the woodpecker flew
"...the mind that is capable back and went to work on the
of any constructive thought at birdhouse again,"
all perform 'some df its most "So, I pu;led up a chair, and
spectacular feats, When it is ap- after pa while the woodpecker
parently idle "- ,when. it is day- had. quite a good-sized hole in
dreaming and at ease, or seems the side of the birdhouse."
to be registering only what the Euddenly a wrn flew out of
eyes take in as they watch the the hole the woodpecker had
motions of the hands in some chopped.
physical task." Coleman said that he evid-
ently hadn't cut the hole large
The Journal goeg on to ask: enough when he built the biroi-
"Who today ki what ma house, A ough .the wren had
have .b=npasilawough Ne 1 0te all rights-ihe the-
ton's nind, or whM e may have ori l tha it had difficulty in
been watching Immediately prior doing so and hesitated to try '
to the episode with the apple?" the exit.
? Could it have been his wife The wren still uses the side
doing the dishes?, dour.


Uniform Gets


First Cleaning In 70 Years
.- n1-
WASHINGTON. Nov. 2 (UP)- Patent Office, which had receive
'he uniform George Washing- ed it in turn as a bequest,
on wore when he resigned his Mendel L. Peterson, the nla'1
commission at Annapolis has tution's curator of history,
gone to the cleaners" for the ports that although theinb
first time in 170 years. is the finest produced t Alael-
The buff-and-blue uniform cl at the time. the uniform il
ave been among the most priz- not up to the quality of th.ae
d possessions of the Smithson- worn by British generals wv
in Institution's historical coi- fought in the Revolution. TJ
action. When it was decided to British wore beautifully tallara
iove them to a new display the scarlet regalia which, in compWa
opportunity and the problem tson. makes the blue coat- l
-of cleaning them arose. buff breeches and vest of Wash-
ington's uniform look almoIb
The uniform was tailored of plain.
he finest domestic material a- The coat is of woolen broadio
ailable at the time-so fine, In cloth with buff trimming for tbf;
act, that it shows almost no de- lapel and coat tail. The linine i
erioration. Inevitably, however, woolen with mohair stifits*
ne dust particles have worked eceptin the sleeves, which at
heir way into the fabric--each lined with linen. *
article acting as a tiny razor
cutting the fine fibers when tae In its new setting the uniform
oth is agitated in any way. is now displayed as a unit
Sgether with Washington's
The institution considered it chest and sword. The chest, sup
nwise to allow the uniform out poaedly used by the General m
f the building to be cleaned by the field, contains tin pte
professional dry cleaners. The meat platter, knives, fork,
.bric could not be rubbed or and condiment containers
longed because of the risk of bottles. In one of the bottles IM
damage, little crude salt perhaps e-
ported sea salt for the crystal
It was finally decided to use are irregailarly shaped remf
n organic solvent into which nants of that actually used,
ie garments were raised 'an Washington. ,h,.
were gently. The cleaning The sword was Washingta'l,
ocess over, the uniforni was favorite. Known as a "hang*
id out carefully on white blot- because it was designed to hapg-
ng paper to dry. It was not from the belt. the dhort sword ,
'essed for feat of steam dam- silver-mounted and has an to
:e or pressure. grip. Stamped on the scabbard I,
The Smithsonian received the the hame of the manufacturMr,
liform 70 years ago from the J. Bailey, Fishkill, N.Y.


Panama eanal c heaters
SHOWING TONIGHT! -

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BALBOA "MR. SCOUTMASTER"
Air-ConditionedMR. SCOUTMASTER"
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DIABLO HTS. Louis HAYWARD e Patricia MEDINA
:I a 7:50 "CAPTAIN PIRATE"
:1 :5ni Tetmhnlcolort Tuiey "Way or A Ganet"
Pedro Miguel (Tus"
7:0 m.. "THE FOUR POSTER"

GAMBOA (Tnuday)
7:00 p.m. "The Desert Song" Technicolor!

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7:o00 .m. "YANKEE BUCCANEER"

MARGARITA J*ff CRANDLIR Susan BALL
6:1 & 7:5YANKEE BUCCANEER"
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Amorio, King's Prize Tomorrow'
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lot Race "E" Native 7 Pg.S
SRated Co-Fa vorites First Race of the "" ble
0 1-0. Bound A. V s. 118
P -2-2-Malaya F. 5 P dal. 105
3-Bijagual G. amo 0loX
S -.,e ten horses in training at present, will compete 4-Tuira c. Chong II5x
t-morrow afternoon at Juan Franco in the ricist rece- --FiloRon R.L. O11 114
ever run locally the $20,000 added Golden Jubilee 7-Dixiana A. intrlqie 115 i
Cao-sic over a distance of one-mile-and-nine-sixteenths. 8-Moantlte J. sReis 120
i A specially imported expensive ion with 128 pounds to score R a,, -m-ot s
ilse cup will be presented tO'poing away. Tomorrow he w PrllI d 37Race,5.00ool rtle s:1 :g
hle owner of the winning tho- race with only 104 pounds and Purse: nd375.00 Poofl e es: 1:15
*rougbbred by either Piesident the same rider. I-Astoria Reyes 110B
Jo:,e Antonio Renion or Alfonso
":Muno" Pere?. president. of the! All of the classic entrants have 2-Jepperin F. Hidal. 110
1i. -i:cipal Council. turned In creditable workouts 3-Bartolo A. .bidla 110 8
I This historical event should and since this Independence 4-La Chata C. Sanchez 109
tirn out to be a real thriller. a Da.y Classic is usually chock full 5-T. Collins L. Glraldb 110
sportingg specable not to be ol surprises, It should not be 6-Our ,ancy BL. 105
0 far.-otten soon. The owner of considered unusual If a rank 7-Double In B. Agulrre 118 j
I the vietoitious animal will pirh outsider streaks over the finish 3 ,, i
un a cbeck for Sl6,200. the see- line the victor. Purse o l 6 les 1
end place will he worth S4.000, r-u-s P "s. $275-00ool clTo es: 1:45
tl-:rd $52,600t nd fourth money | Yesterday's results: -CollrioONE TWO. Vs. 110
will amount to $51.000. 1 -._ou A Vas 110
SThe expelit, r evenly dl- FIRST RACE 2-Tap Lady F. Rose 118 '
divided between dli;tane lovlnt 1--ixaola $5 60. 2.60, 2.20 3-Pedestal G. Graell 112
Amorio, Bias Acinure'i mount, 2-Golden Pick 53, 2.60 4-Isa ,, C.asti. 10. i
land Kin'.'s Pri.e. hlcrn will be 3-Aniue N $240. 5-Marr H_ .Ruiz 99x 1
Ridden b' A 're'e. rch-rlvali S COND RACE 6-P. Canola C. Johnson lOOx
Chilean Jose Bravo Then comes 1-Okinra-nu $540, 3 7Plola A. Gonza. lIx 91
the redoubtable Main Road,' 2-Morhio $5.60. 9 Eaentra A. aza 03X Pi
wlich will be handled by com-, First Double: (Sixaola-OkI- 9-Electron R. Vas. 110
pectent Colombian hockey Oscar' nagua) S9.60. i .
Mazuera; speedy Oreat Game THIR6 RACE P4tu Race "H" Native 4~4 2
'(OrlandoL astillo': youthful star l-Piropo $3 30, 2.60, 2.20 Purse: $275.06 Pool cl es: 2r20 3
Va9llst River iPuben Vasquez' 2-Piola $4 40. 2.20 QUFNIrL .A 4
and former track champ Royal 3-Pedestal $2.20. 1-Con Valor i 0. Cruz 118 5
Alligator iJose Reyes). I One-Two: tPirolpo-Piola) $21. 2-Romar Mena 115x
FOURTH RAC 3-Alonsito 0. Castl. 117 i6
STle outsiders' roles will be i-Brisa II $2 60. 220, 2 20 4-Opex G. Sanchez 105
I "-Rolo2e60. 2.2t )5-Brisa II A. Enrique 112 9
killed by the improved Goyonder 2-Rol' $2 60. 2.20 in i 9
Tul erno oancheo7. M ratots 3-Don Ralael $2.20. 7--ouvenlr F. H l. 112
t(Luis Giraldol. C'oq Au Vin 'Al-{ F "12
,fredo Vasonezi an Anglia 'For-I FIFTH RACE 10
(tunto HidclTo Jr.). Il-Don Temi $7.40, 3.80 5th Race "B" Native Fs
Amorlo Main Road Royal Al- 2-La Ene $3.20. Purse: 350.00Pool ses: 2:55
--tor. Goyonder and C'oq Au SIXTHIACEI1-Golden, Fan A. Vag. 118 2
kin arht the only ones in tomor- 1-Invernal $10.60, 340. 260 2-Okinagua 0. Maune. 108 3
aow's field that have already run 2-Portobelo $2.80, 2.40 3-Marllu' B. Aguirre 112 4
.he d it-nce. which Is twice a- 3-Pale Face $2.80. 4-Winsabat A i. a. 107 5
toun tbe Sabanks oval. SEVENTH RACE 5-(M.Goddess D.B D'Ano 118 6
f Amorio a l Main'Road have 1--Florera $7.20, 4. 240 6-(Biscaya J. Bravo 116 7
twon over il journey while 2-Scythla $3.40. 2.20. Rae
Royal Alligator was second to 3-Pin Pon $2.20. 6th Race ". Imported Fgs
Bendeguz in last year's inde- % Second Double: (Invernal- Purse: 5450.r0 Pool closes: 3:35
'pendence Day Classic. Coyon- Florera) $45.80. tor
der and C'oq Au Vin were alqo EIGHT HRACE 2-Henry Lee $6.60, 6 de
rans in this year's President's 1-In Time $6 60, 2.60, 2.20 3-Delhia $6. st
Clahdc. 2-Mimo $3. 2.40 One-Two: (Regal Chum- let
Valley River is rated an ex- 3-Pincel $5.40. Henry Lee) $74.40. tio
|ellent chance on the basis of Quinlela: (In Time-Mimo) TENTH RACE Sti
brilliant victory in Saturday's $5.60. 1-Vertlcordia $5. 3. 2.40 du
e mile Gen. Somoza Classic inl NINTH RAOE 2-S9tate Barge $3.20, 3 col
which he came from last pol- 1 -Regal Chum $9, 5, 6 3-Bedlam $4.60, 8t


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ra RaceO u I lthe UDoble
1-Pla Julio Rodrl. 112
2-Toletazo 7F, Rose 108
3-Pinta R. Outr a 105
4-L. Frolic 0. C51. 108
5--C. Brand FI HdAl. 102
--Sir Boss H. Rula. 97:
7th Race 'I" Impotted' 64 FVr
rurse: 375.00 Pool plopes: 4:0'
kcond'Rac eof the Double
I-M. Fairfax B. Aguirre 120
2-Jubilee Lady OG. Crut 118
3-Veranda 0. CasUt 118
4--Pncel A. Ubidia 108
5-Draco 0. Sanchea 118
6-Mimo J. Reyes 117
th Race ---.000.0r (Addedj
"Independent Day Clasdoe"
2,500 Mts. Pool closes: 4:44
QUINIELA
1-Goyonder (L Sanchez 108
2-0-. Game '0. QastL 104
3-Amorio, B. Aguirre 120
4-R. Alligator J. Ryea 112'
5-V. River R. Vas. 115
B-King's Prize J. Bravo 120
7-Main Road 0. Maute. 120
8-Mirratoata L. Giraldo 112
---C'oq Au Vin A. Vas. 110
--Anglla F. Hidal. 104
th Race "H" Imported '4% FSg.
urse: $400.00 Pool closes: 5:15
ONE TWO I
--Newbrighton R. L. Oil 116
!-In Time L. Giraldo 112
3-C. Song H .Reyes 100x
--Rinty. H. Ruli 99x
--Portobelo R ILy. 110
--True Blue. A. U tZi 104
-P. Face 0. Sanchez 112
--Bolo Joan B. Darlo 116
--Lacey R. Guerra 1,5
--E. Mary B. Agulrre 118
th Race "F" Imported 7T Pgs
rse: SS5500.00 Pool she 5:40
-Trafalgar A. Rodri. 118
-Discovery 8. Lksao 105x
-M. Princess V. Casti. 118
--Vulcanlztdo'. ..,V a. 115
--Nehulnco M na 110
-Granero _.107x
-Delhia lot
-Flambare s i q
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In Pa.r-Sh erng
S 'itfclCub'i pr wa A. Coq
Itted to lttle pea over the L etta.
ekeesd Ctthp, 'Lama Golf aMy ooker
Clubu -as total o _n. tooEk part Joh.y Mbc.ur,
II a hmteuy uwaesl Citcuen- DioDtke h ru
ruiant. eM On
TI "Pr blasting, of course, J. A. C,.,it.I
was o ith the help of hand- T" a'l;u
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Doe kittim, of Balboa, used a T. A. Cad4bee
medal acarsf133, 4ix under par,
t0 Cop t'efint flight honors. SICOND FUGHT
s8oond Was ame -de I&a Guar- H
diae al4o 3 badleap, with 141. Don Mm "


The secoad flight ended in a
firsA place t(to be played of
between Don M4a. 'and Major
IBar3err both uplitg 0 hand-
leaps. They went Mitten three
strikes bet *r, finishing with
135.
R But even tBat dtdat establish
any mark.1 In the tb/d flight
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a 30 handicap to come in with
a 133 ao, .en' uadel par,
and thl 'dl the fact he
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Aln r.et* e e friends who
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THr PANAMA AMERICAN AN INPgMcNDmNT DAILn y NEWStPAn


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CLASSIC LEAGUE BOWL
Nash Willys Moves Int
Second Place
Nash Willys knocked ove
El Panama five and mov
head of tie iAnto the s
slot. Led by Jte Filebart
had games &of 212; 204 an
for 646 sees. Nash bowli
impressive 2869 series their
thus fa. Filebark hasdptle
help, right behind imI
Colbert with 598, Janowski
579, and Riley with 556.
and Best scored 576 and 56
spectively for El Panama bu
team was no match for the
tlivs..
On aleys 1 and 2 the.
team j.t* W ,k. M-e 8eymoi
genoa e4down to sls6 as
bowled games of 1001, 910
1012 for a stong 2923.
though they, won both the
games they had to settle fo
points as Seymour nosed
out ot total pins. "Mobse"
meyer led the Sears team
his games of 203, 193. 242
splendid 608 series. "Moose
his ball working beautiful
cept for some -ppllts he
have done even better.
Bud Balcer' slapped 'out
other 600 series this time 64
Thomas and J. Damian
thru nkel$, they had, 59 an
respectively.' FOr Symour A
cies Ted Melanson's ,32
was high', right, behind
came George Cowes with a
600 series. Rates, Van Wie,
Sub Thies had 586, 580 1at
respectively.
TEAM STANDINGS
Team I -I W,I
Seymour Agencies .22 6
Nah "Willya 13.15
X1 Panama 1216
SeR 9 19
Team standings are dievl
the Seara ts6ai though in
place' holds second high a
age which proves you hav
bowl your. best against
team order to win,
VP TN BOWLERS
Wilber 205
Oolbert 198
Cowes- 1
Balcer 19
Bet 19
Coffey 198
Melanson 1
Eady- M
Thels 18
Bates 18


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Thomas
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203 193
187 187
181 170
223 163
208 197


242
'215
184
169
202


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VS. U1'MOUR AGENCIES
ThelW 177 213 177
Bates 192 191 203
Cowes 214 205 181
Van Win 187 197 196
Melanso 1939 11 242


HASH WILLS
llebark 213 04 190
l101 186 137
S 118 184 184
Celbert 1t 193 314

1H1t 611 944
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Bleda 1i .141 11
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In Maneuvers

f7EW YORK, Nov. 2 (NEA) -
Some. hundreds of riders and
thousands of gawkers will
swurm Into Madison Square
Garden for eight afternoons and
nights getting sweated Up in a
horsey evvnt of major impor-
tance.
It's is the 65th edition of the
National florse Show, ending
Noi. 10, tr'ly the, glamor show
of sports among the cavalry
outposts.
Fourteen states and three for-
elgn countries have sent their
best jumpers, hunters, saddle
horses, harness horses and po-
niev. A total of 425 horses are
going to the post in 112 events.
Crack jumping teams from
the United, States, England, Ire-
land and 'Canada feature the
competition. The British won
tho Olympic Games crown, lore
hot favorites to win this pro-
duction,
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A pair of foreign women
jumpers appear for the first
time. IndeeJ, Fiat Smythe, 24 of
Great Britain is the- show's glit-
tering star Shirley Thomas, 18,
of'. Ottawa is also on hand to
attempt to opened Mrs, Carold
Duiand, 35, tth American lumi-
nary, who faces her stiffest test.
Miss SVthe,' the European
titleholder who -won the wom-
en's, hite6national jumping
championship at Harrlsburg',
Pennsylvania National Horse
Show, is considered the finest
horrewqnmn in the world.


A 32-man scarlet tunic-clad
troop of Royal Canadian Mount-
g ed Police that entertained Queen I T "
o -- Elizabeth and the Coronation -
ING Kobbe soared into sole possession crowds with intricate equine
S tof first place by clawing the maneuvers ze t4ack for the first "
S3Strikers 4-0. time since 1950.
or. the The Eagles thus gained dis- Competition is as raw as any .
ed a- tinction by becoming- the only you will find.
second team tooccupy the leaders.role -000-o o ..
Iwho since the Skidders took' ovei in George DI Paula and Lariat r
d 100 the first, week t lay. The Skid- defend the open jumping title,. -
ed an ders had A 'night oTf, and they pressed by Hubbrt- Th a and
r best remain just one point off the Venet Lassie, Fred. Ilum and
nty1 paoe .. P t 'nce River, the F~a lrview .
came Though there were no out- Farms' PIn, Pong and Morton
with standing series or games turned W. Smith's Clay Pigeon, to name .
Ready in, Captain Tannascoli's steady a handful.
6 re- 410, which was high for the IThe Angell, owned by, Leon .
ut the night, aqd Stein's reliable an- Ha;ymond and ridden by Mrs.
Nash cJ.or job insured the Eagles' Carol Ielley, lost last year's con-
tri-mph. formation hulter'-title by a
8eara l s Olid 1 who also have wh sker, but fi ures to out-
ur' A- ong I.~a th tea acted i .l a deld oPtIS ox chasers
they r g S a anS tripped the litel' dl g ILCmberling, the r1952
I and Ok~es 3-1 and, at the same time, champion.-'
Even captured most of the honors for Wing Commander and Mea- ed ow .e
1000 the night. Mrs. 'julib Ramee- dow.Princess from the Dodge ., 1'
)r two Martles rang up the high seties Stables are back to duplicate I
them for women with a 404, andt the saddle horse victorie of p ast i'
Bi'l- Old Boys as -a team spilled, pins years.
with in bunches in the second g ame The horse long since disap-
for a when they rolled a 50 for the peared from the city streets, but
Shad highest scratch game of the the Ntational Horse Show trots
y, ex- season. This was accomplished right along
would with' an 83 blind e. t. Erneato It was launchedd in an -old
NarVaezs bettered his league, carbarn in lower New York 70,
an- leading average slightly by turn- years ago, and with time out for
07. D. ing In a .476 series and. tylag World War,.; climbed until it is
came down second in that depart en t on society's top events.
d 564 The 5-LeafCloyors otatpinated
gen- the Alley KAts~1 to I1 to -r- Feasich Lea
aeres main Ju'it behind the H. P. F oich League
him Wings. The unlucky KatU, who
neat bowl better than the recorfi n-
,and dicates; usually bit the-right
1d c tus y t the ro te, bt By MeC HPEFULS-(lt to right) oGoyonder and Guilearmo Unhx, Great Game and Orlando Castillo, Amorio and Bias Aguirre, Royal
they ,overtook the, Strikers -thi,
week in a los teca r s m he astl h Ten Ae Bas Alligator and Jos6 Reyes, Valley River and Rubin "Caliche" V6isqlz, King's Prize and Jos6 Bravo, Main Road and Oscar Mazuera, Mirza-
MS a et oing wh6e cuae e amply he Fastlch Teden Age Base-ots "o + 't +. "'t;la? ++ *..'1 iP I o Jr
because the Strikers, except for ball League invites all boys or toots and' Luis Girldo, C'oq Au Vi and 'Alfredo Vasquez, Angl9 an fortunato Hidalgo Jr.
Ave: Lt. 8arold Young with a 191 the 'thirteen through fifteen.-
S m7 eami forgot to bring their strike year-old group who are inter- B"s i .
M SW5: ested'in laying baseball this'nil
9 s i the wee n a mak- coint on, enroll fWS Ausralian ter R er ildcats G n lub Notes
911 up game, the 5-Leaf Clovers proper Authorities as soon ais Is" A I ea ed Touch
vimng triWmed the SkIdders 3-1 when possible .d Tn -
lll Msor Oscar Drake- bowled thi BOYs Whse thirteenth birgi-l aF ot lUni d" otu 0 10uch
aver- league's highest series Wit id rio e tiro _u t bM. i5A iman Uomlpic Ace s An old fashioned holiday 26. Fifty turkeys have been
Vr- Ileagues highest serIes with a day Ir prior to July 3,, 1953 and 1`1rknII turkey shoot, open to all aiim-: served by the club at the cO-
we to 5518. His 319 gAfe the same night those whose slxteenth birthday 8 00$ :uoitb I C lhlm Jns tureyshoot, open to he ai erved by the club at the et
ivbir Issecond' high In the league to ls prior to July 31, 1954 are elU- -i lli ers of the Armed Force, their missary. A shooter may enter
data. astA gible to play with the Fastlich dents, and invited guestsmany series as he desre.
The league standings: League this season if they attei The Balboa H .. F Plag-Fotball SYDNEY, AAustialia (NEA Tit* 195$ toh football champs will be sponsored by the 7461st targets will be 50 yards from t
a Team Won Los t U.S Rate schools on t rhe Pacfl ran out its ache4ule this week.l- ohb n atrlicks, Australia's are the thi lletted Wildcats ledl signal' Gun Club at the Fort firing line.
S les 18 0 sidof th thmus. Surprisingly the yangest kds of schoolboy timing star, would by onnie er. Using the o'- Amador Skeet Range on Novem-
I' Old BOs 17 11 -Applicaton forms for enroll- the league, the freshmen from be thgreatestfree-style sprint- n play the double wig- ber 3. Starting time is set for 9 The signal Gun Club will
5 Sl1dders 17 11 meant with the League can be. e- Coach Mtull h's gym class de- er in thAl* W,rld if he were in the bac borm:.tion, the Cats pass- o'clock in the morning and the vide matched shotguns and am.
I Okias 15 13 cured at anytime during s feted the lkger 'nd older boyS Ulited Stalts. ed and or an wild against all shoot will continue until 5 p.m. munition free to all shooters
S IL P. Wings 14 14 hours from Mr' T. P. Hots zprin from the sophomore, junior and At t .hats the opinion of OppO"itil n the contest.
S A-LfK C, ers-- 12. 15 clpal, Balbla High School, 704 Dserlor class. The champs cap- Hionohn ouruhashl, the form- The- m nbers of the Ryter Particip ar ts l ad ce _gro-
,/ aq.-G.of- 1 o5 hs ote acompeoebf n a, Fqe o -ho d ,,. o tk en e a--, eao Sports Shorties
-- 2 C0 e rqe or Vr4m Mr. R. D. .iond by Pets al s Inlud er. Japanese -ice, who adds that sqitd. are: T. Corrigan, J. Mor- tar per target and iach group

ntd r 90 .s f, .. in Balboa. Howell and C. arake S1choles, Olympic 100-meter will receive points towards titling him to a 12-pond tur--ey
their recture of first place n veteran ulavera of the leasruc Their reward for winning the champion. Henricks recently their intra-mural letter, to be picked up at the Balboa
358 the Porta A ma aor Handicap, who are still ellitble to play this flag-football race will be fifteen svam the 100 meters in 569 CommissarySMASH HIT
53 tBowling Leagu th is-week, season are not required to make points for each player. These seconds two-tenths n inside e At the end of the year's intra- ThCommissary anytime before
554 B" of Co.ell8p Tr-dwelling formal request for enrollment points will ive them a r ianin Scholes' 01-'mpic record. moral pro ram. the twenty-five Plnfeld. N J (NEA -Wh
407 4-0. Uereant H.elee .rolled a s they now form the nucleus ol start towards their Int ra-Mrs Eiydney has only one small in- boys who ave accumulated the M on rof Plainfield o
ie -'and a 50 series to take the five Fastileh League teams. "B"'. Points for flag-football door pool, si Henricks must of-'most points in intra-mural acti-IThere will be a charge of 10 el the season with a 300 scote
2I3 honor In both departments nd are reqn.ested to report to were awarded on the following ten train outdoors.. vities will receive a B" similar cei.t t each session and thelsh became the 28th wom.~
S The 7400 i-AD ta their respective teams for fuw- plan:w d'The lack of facilities and to that awird.;d varsity letter- bos must .,et the pins. Those in- boler In nt1storv to roll perferi
T He.h l. .A e Quanweey thor instructions when notified point for each game parti- iirst-class e Coaching hinders Jon's men. Lerested sign-up with Coach game in sanctioned L-ague co+-
56 over the MP v. Platoon Several vacancies were created cipated in. progresss' obr..rved Furuhashi. Others who earned points via Brown at the Balboa Gymn. peito1.
600 whio M/ t. Qlman Wolkxtns- In the league through age-grad- I additional point for each "Its too 'id he doesn't enjoy thn Touch Football ioute were.
590 dorfer-k.oked"bver the pins to ltion of former players and i! game won ith,' same advantages as Amer- B. Curdta, C. McOGriti. G Ear-
632 the tuneW oft i ,,g ame anda O Interested teen agers whn quall- s points for winning league loan swimmtra. He could be the bi.'r, M. S'hoch. D. Rotert.s. A
series. The -/g40 AUisnowo_- t y are asked to report for tr.- championship. best." Lagassie, B. Chassin. R. Million
29M5 ly two gairme off the eof the outs Saturday morning. Novem- 3 points for second place. B. Loveladv. J. Webb. W. Man-
front-running beMRr 7. at nine o'clock, at thei. 1 point for third place. Hdoa, B. Hilvasa, L. Mastellarl.PIIlIlI -a
Last week's leadifr, ae 314th baseball diamond behind the At the end of thUis year's Intra- DOUBLE TROUBLE M. Crooks. A. Schalm. O OO
6M T Car Co. e "pp -to semoA Aron Laundry in Ancon. Mural prram. the ton twenty-. Greene, C. Jackson. B Brenner
NO place when they were bested b T' urmse of the try-outls s five poin earners will receive i etrolt --NEA l -l.Buddy A. Nahmad, B Valentine. A i 0TI. ua
58 the "A" team of g. Co. apJ to fill the vaeancles;: to give large "B" similar to those a-.PArker Nc0red the.clinchinEetor, L. Mastellarl. D. Duran. N 0 T I C E
579 Troops by a 3 to 1 eount. each prospective player an op- warded varsity letterman. Theto9uchdown as Detroit defeatedV. Barker. B. Sanders. Ferro
98 On Monday, the "" teae ortunity to display his particu- following boys participated I New York 'or the National Foot- Bruhn, Channis, Frangoni .
Hq. Co. Sp. roops will attempthlar talents in various playing flag-football and thereby earned ba' League championship in and Wallin,. I All Interested parties are hereby advised that
3 to get moving when they bowl position. No definite assign- points towards their letter: 1935. coached the ons to the Each boy received one poi on the 3rd o f November. 1953. at which
the 7400th AU. while the allng ments either to positions or Arsen, D. Dremnnan, J. Watson, title in 195. for each game In which he par- ,
.S 416th T. Car Co. tackles u teams will be made at the try- Z. Napoleon, F. Critch, D. Lund- ticipated. Another' point was date the INDEPENDENCE CLASSIC" will,
40@ leading 0ind MRU, and ria..- outs, howesea. league officials blum, H. Strickland, R. Hayden, ULY ROLLING ained for each victory. The
512 H. Co.p. team will be in attendance to check J. McKeown, B. Zumbado, C. New York tNBA The Ita place team earned an ad- be run, all Courtesy Cards will be void for the
37i8 n the -W eaIch-nolaYr- d- 0 Met in ic- Boswell, J. Stuaechlo, R. VW. P. W Ip t;'s International .Lowaere nd bulCab ehe pnts; second,
ajf o "quainti Mne _la with the Chaluja. V. ra, C and, o s ha sprd to morep rated tree points and Club House.
.! g _% league Sa:t Xle: nrinelpls 6f the Grene, Howard, C. h 1400 cities, has ,.000 third place received one addi-
SWoC Leertleqvue. as l hart the Parades, W. J Coffey, D. -mbers. tionl poi Special Invitatios will he issued that must
liMRU 12 4 al *res baseball aItfiestions. g i_, !L Ortegp, Clement ad Tine- t mtrad-muMl ctivIty
S I T. Cgt Go 11 4 Interested r.ei of the V. Browlk- ulal~ followed by tournaments aiatAd for the Juniors is bowling be presented at the entrance.
colt 7 AU 10 6 Teen Ated ilrodp are urged tc Wrestling will be the next' in the various weight classes.1TLI, will take place on Monday
Fec. S o "A" 9 7 make their formal appi[cationsHigh School Irura-Mdural siport.ITlhes interested sign-up with andr Wednesaay afternoons from !THE MANAGEMENT.
-e 8 ..ev. .- A 1.- 1 and be ia ateadence for the Starting Nov. 5th. two weeks of-sGmh Brown at the Balboa'.30 to 4:50 at the Balboa alleys,
1e p .t 'boqIs "I" 1 11 try-outa. wrestling instruction will be Gm. bernning on wed. Nov. 4t.h. ___


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ANCIENT INDIA comes in contact with modern America at an airport in Calcutta. A
primitive Indian family watches with interest a U. S. Air Force Globemaster load at airport.


'THIS SPORT is definitely NOT for the average fisherman. Catching sharks barehanded is
only for daring men like this Dominican Republic'sailor who does it daily for visitors.
, He holds shark with one hand underneath and other on his nose. That's a knife in his hand.


FESTIVAL DAYS in Las Vegas, Nev.,.are the signal for cowboys (fea'O and ude variety )
to don their Sunday outfits and parade through -town. That king-sized. cowpoke on the
front of the gambling casino seems to approve of the idea. Note -ainting at the right,


MEXICO'S 'AMANEVNINSS
U NDER A BLOCK-LQ NG arcade in Mexico City can be foundIthe last'members .f a,
time-honored profession-the' Mexican "amaneunsis" or public Tetter WrIters. Their.
job sounds simple enough, but they do more than write letters. They are a combination
of lawyer, business adviser and marriage-.cothselbr-with a secretarial service throwrkin.
These "scribes" cater to the needs of the eity's lower inopme classes and. th? i.
They set up shop on the sidewalk or Wt. space rehted from store owmers. Nothing is sare"
from them because they know the private affair, financial worth and love problems ot.
their clients. They delight .n giving advice at so'much a suggestion, but they are happiest
when someone comes if and asks them to write a burning love letter to his senorita. That is
when a scribe will drop everything and, for a few extra pesos, even add a poef4 or two.


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New Yotk, Academy Award-winning actress Shirley Booth
gets on friendly terms with famed Father Knickerbcker,.
ema mesm-n as_- ns' _'n'.,. ngemmmm','mm ma :. r


WHAT BEAUTY TITLE did she win" Well, "she' i. Arlene Kaminski and she reigns as "Na-
tional Donut Month Queen Thr.se other iv., "also-rans" are Mae Conley (left) and
Lori Dale Coronation ceremonies were held in New York hotel Judges were servicemen.


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surveys the lovely legs and 15-inch hemline of one of the city's most beautiful models,


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