The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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PANMIMSNON, Kores, Nov. 7 (UP)-4u,8. -all to A'mrlesn
war Ift-rwas stopped today after a pMetlIt from their amp
T;a theI home folk Were' to "oefrce, slander and
i tuI their itWto leaving the Cmun
A M protest Was deliered to the N$atlons Repatria-
Cbulisi whose members er lbe camp of the
S1 the da % by the Mselare
SftrodIanofffeer3--. shq.*the .*'wts
S"W will Mo all mall to 'Al e petition,was
.emLc Gen. K. 8-hThinayya. the ?one
M th comBsnao i n W*Routh Korean.lCim
r their coniplaint ,
da ueq thqt the ma tobe nbOiove bjthe
ia dicated, however, th~ ,piana
t a of the mail wetre4 in-
ur, an aI were i

Ite wiCB*MwAOW t U.e- wiwn ae host -i e -It
to iy wet not tre n any y.
aR nUfpr the XMtages ere
T one brita prion a dmanl tc
an the* ESa in the ha I* coftlaints d,
C tfm@ agtrlat sollon ap f us mtral Njaoyeu
p went o wtt to he o-
hUOAm er- oe prisoneAo handed them
extlan- larte p velope contain-
w w they said ex-
ertm W .r o a s5f of the let-
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oft re the pribon-
-pubmitted was from Mrs. .r
A A. Regan of We.W W lvne,
(' Her own Snr had' ome
Wei ar e Une Mrs. Regin
d, "I jut wrote a one page
letter to ea h of .he boys. and
seked them iT they wo p-,lease
come home.'" She said she was
only trying to help a bunch of
lonelyy boys" make up their
One envelope contfied a copy
of a newspaper featuring an ar-
tcle quoting Army spokesmen as
Wang te prisoners might be
a s a deertek.
*'l b are violently opposed to
'jhis," the petition said. "We' de-
mnand to be protected from anv
asuch methods. It is our belief i
writtenn materials should be cen-
bored y the neutral commis-

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AI&RIK DjIONN, TODAY AND YESTERDAY -- Marie Dionne, first of the famous quintuplets to leave the family group, walks
the Convent of the Sisters of the Holy SacrAment in Quebec City (left photo) after iddig'f well to two of-her quintuplet
tra, Cedile and Annett41 l-r tn background) Later (center p hto) she posed in her robes. 8'xteen years ago, when Marie
SS only three; her deep rltgious future was foreshadowed in the&photo at right as slhe prayed before an image of the Blessed
rn at the quint home in Callander, Ont. (Rightphot9 Cop right by NEA Service, Inc.)



Ti., Nov. 7 (UP) -
S ilda congressmen, said
y A istration Is fir-
ngs leV and stenographers a-
broTjf o0rft to keep high-sak-
arled on the gevernu.
ment'i )ared-down payroll.
Re O 'Robert iL. F. .Bkes a d
WUil UarC. Lantaff, ,both D 6O-
crats, deodnced the practi as
a "she ae which. m eS
money-~uts "look good on .-
per" bA slashes operating eff'
clency, .
Sike] a member of the Hrou5
armed services s appropriating
sub ttee.
Lantt A v s a member Of the
government operatiOns commit-

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In a Joint statement. they a In ithe p It t the Cha-
so reported: roux Air ofte Base in
1. The armed service at Lelg France where they were "ruined" '*
horn, Italy, ordered auto heaters, by the weather. He said the Air
which coat about $25 each, but Force did not eyen know how
instead got $300-a-piece Arctic many such tanks it had.
heaters. No one in the United
States, where the order wai fill- Lantaff today- ported what
ed, caugnt the error. Thg total Sikds said previoM -that little
cost for the wrong heater was if any effort was made to disci-
l million dollars. line persons responsible for
' 2. Also at Leghorn, a message malfeasance or negligence in
was received from Washington handling equipment,
eating that a certain battery :
failed to meet military reouire- "The attitude of ?transferring
metns. More than 2,000'Vatteries and promoting an :ficer who .
were destroyed. It was found la- makes a serious error still seems "
ter the order specified the wrong to prevail," Lant ft said.
kind of battery and they ha
ben destroyed needlessly .
3. In a supplyJ of Air Force uaeou
wingtip tanks in France, one out
of eight of the $U,000-a-blece *IL[ R
tanks were corroded and one out! ledBvu y
of six had defective weldin .
Sikes previously reported that rU Alm
many of the wivg-tip tanks were
S*ALMIRANTE, Bocas del Toro
A E Nov. 7 A 65-year-old Guade-
v loupean resident of: this town
Ai. rw, Lledhere "rh day after-
Agi Yo n P r noon when a diesel railroad en-
gine of the Changuinola Railway
.Inv o B y o run over her.
lInvolvw Boy Sco*t e s
The woman, who as identi- "LET TRY TO GUESS wlpl
S.. tied as Madeline YVflto. had her ftn .i *, exp t, "i

(UP),- andsome-Lord Monta-
gu of Beaulleu, descendant of a
noble lhe that extends back to
1296, wpI arraigned today on a
morare charge concerning B'y
Scouts who camped on his
Hampahie county estate.
Montagu, 27, and filmii produc-
er Kenneth Hume, also 27, ar-
raigned 'wtthhim on the same
charge, wenr remanded in ball
after a formal hearing until, next
Montagu came back, from
France to accept service of a
warrant charging him with "a
serious offense with a young
piale person, contrary to com-
mon law." Montagu said he is
The peer who descends from
the Dukes of Buccleuch and
Queensberry, boarded a plane In
Paris this morning with Htmae
after telling Hampshire police
he was coming. He registered for
Sthe flight as "Mr. Douglas" and
SHume. as "Mr. Kenneth." Mon-
tagu' family name Is Douglas-
* Three polite plain-clothed d4-
tectives met tMontagu at t4he

feet completely sev Qd and t'V
upper portion of her body badly
mangled by the time the engine
came to a stop.
The accident t(und 45 min-
utes after the enene, which
runs the. passengerervice to
Guabito on the' inamanlan
frontier, had let Ha Mile, Al-
mlrante. 7

Engineer Basil
Hu Wet Watson
are'bedlcg held un
arreSt, while the
torney conducts a
of the accident.

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ld Hume to a motr t i. Con
Ov tem tod Lymnigt i1 he eeel
ea AJarraignd attn
of indecently assaulting teferrkg
ar-old boy and a 15-year, against the I
liew Jerwey,I
gu was granted b ell of coin, Mor
P n ext :s 'trdays tion Io exp
Sand u t'st was act roots revolt
* iring admi

Hindi 'Imond, while he care
arta cOp110ollo served at a buffet
She Union Club by the

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Companies Must

Await Release

Of PC Charges

An insurance agent said today it will be impossible
for companies here to submit "any sensible" group hos-
pitalization rates by Jan. 1 because the Panam6 Canal
Company has not as yet released the exact amounts em-
ployes will be charged for medical care effective with
the New Year.
Group insurance rates, the agent pointed opt, are
computed on a basis of the actual hospital charges and
he said it will take at least two months before an insur-
ance company can compile all the information necessary
to determine group premium rates.
There are about five local companies, he said, which
could offer such insurance.

Meanwhile, the agent warned,
employes will be left to carry the
burden of payhM for their' mam -
ical costs out of their pocket at
a very highrate
As an example. he said, al a'-
erage individual policy for, a
man with two ckldrez_, which
can offer him MtOaqtOehoSpi-

t's In this," Gaynor Maddox, in-
he Panama American's reporter
'ully examines a dish of native
et for visiting newsmen given at
United Fruit Company.

SaIocho, Seviche May

Make "American Menu'
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mnporafy Gaynor Maddox, international umn in New York, his young son,
poral at y food expert, whose column "A- Patrick Dana, age 8, is consider-
tIpal at- merican Menu" appears daily in ed one of the youngest acknowl-
stigatlo0 The Panawmi American, was busy edged gourmets.
Friday 'gathering recipes of typi- "Pat l o v e s anything that's
cal Panamanian dishes which good," the proud father stated.
he will include in a Central A- "He eats snails, crabs, cheeses,
merican series beginning early anything and adapts easily to
lse next year.. the habits of the country."
The Jovialicolumnist, -who pre- Maddox has a particularly
S fers to think of himself as mak- warm feeling for Panama be-
Ing "food part of the national cause his grandfather was a
new"a, .Wa oe of a group of 49'er, and his grand mother
Sewaen who arrived crossed the Isthmus on a mule
here TIfraday as guests of the when she was a baby, bound- for
United f'-tu Company. They left California.
'-(JUP) yesterday for Costa Rica. His main preoccupation here,
Senator Maddox, who says he is pre- while other newsmen explored
that in maturely gray "premature by the situation in their particular
fa Dem. AX, moaths," has just finished flelds, was gathering recipes of
Sa e a an extesve tour of France and savory y typica Panamanian
can ad- fgt d r he was interest- dishes.
ed In t ltical aspects" of As a result, early next year,
rence e. readers here will be seeing-their
ted the The 'food editor is con- everyday fare such as seviche,
another vinced t Americans are still arroz con polo, or sancocho de-
'utJday th beb ted In the World. scribed as part of "The Amer-
In Call- "We vthe best and finest clan Menu."
diet I nthe world it's just a Maddox was particularly im-
matter of applying the French pressed w it hthe ingredients
rolt" a- technique. which is excellent, to which go into the making of
Party in our' A lctn food supplies," he "Sopa Borrachp." but since none
ad Wis- added. was. readily available during his
the na- Diets do not have to be boring short trip, the food expert could
gras s Maddox' contention. And only smack his lips in anticipa-
oe a is whole family agrees. Besides tidh, and wait until he gets back
Le wiLe, who writes a food col- home to New York to try it.

ed out, the same man could bave
complete coverage at a premim
between $90 and $97 per year.
The- insurance gent said It
was up to the Pandfma Cant4.
release the new hospital sory"
charges as soon As poss b= if
employes are gol*g to be -ile-t0
take advantage of a gr9p pA l-

NEW YORK, Nov. 7 (UP) -
Wh!olesale gasoline prices went
down by bout 1-4 oent a gal-
Ion on the eastern seabord to-
day and the price to motorlxts
was expected to see a corres-
ponding cut.
The Atlantic Refining Co. cut
tankwagon prices on regular
gasoline 3-10 of a cent in, Penn-
syliania land Delaware effective
Soconoy-Vacuvm Oil Co. and
Sinclair Oil Corp. announced
price cuts yesterday of slightly
over 1-4 cent a gallon and the
Texas Co. and Sun oil cat tleir
prices from 3-10 to 1-4 cents.
An industry spokesman s4l
service stations are allowed.-o
set their own retail prices en
gasoline and they were expected
to pass along the reduction to
The spokesman said the price
cuts reflected a general soften-
ing of the market due to over-

Negro Lieulenanl

War Velran Gels

30 Yearsfor Rape
FORT BRAGG. N.C., Nov. 7-
(UP) A general court martial
sentenced a young Negro lieu-
tenant to 30 years of hard labor
for 'raping a German war bride
While her corporal husband stood
guard duty.
" Lt. John R. Oriffln, 28, at
Memphis, Tenn., admitted he as-
saulted attractive Christiana B.
Schuster 27, four times in a car
after a drinking and dancAta
party at the officers club.
Griffin, a graduate of West
Virginia State Teachers College
and veteran of both World War
II and the Korean War, testlfed
she danced with..him and en-
I courage his advances, but ro-
jected fur thMc tcMacls.


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TALK ABOUT "rough duty," Plc. Mike McLeer, an MP with
the First Army, really has it.,During the baseball season
(above) he hands out free baseball tickets to servicemen at
Yankee stadiuip. In the off season, he reverts to regular MP
work, joining a guard detail to escort prisoners to Fort Dix.

FOOD AN MEQICINE gathered by Dallas, Tex., on it& say to. orphafl in
Korea as Pet4 OBrsfeh (left) gets a cle.Tane ifromi ,tt aspecfrQ, Art enuvie for
the 2,144-pound shipment at the Seattle-'I comaairport,, b All irmns dnutcda ipues.

;USTOMS ARE CHANGING, at least one of them, for European travyelrs. These French
customss officials exhanine the first European passport issued for eqal "and steel officials
j traveling within Germany, Italy, France, The Netherlands, Luxembourg and Belgium. The
ew passport, valid only for the Schuman Plan nations, replaces old4 national passports.

g10,vkes8wn uidfed qs9 .wor l #toM-ls
rAnirrcI'wM areas *tth h Gel.,1n, 'o s sciAw
petroleum distillates and aerodynamics as they are' with ample is physcaistoaeear&'p.~.f aniprt onphoa-
kitohent Utensils'in their own home. Prior to World Wt rII, phorus, the chemical lement.. She ..lda tleh ititnqction of
many Unite4 States industries were reluctant to bire wo1en having had an act of Congre pesed to peratit er to remain,
for scientific research projects. Today, however, woman's In the Vnifit States., typical of women's inragis )nto seien-'
place is also in engineering, e.hemical. and electronics firms tite research are position reresented in these photos below.

AS EARLY STORMS threaten the high altitude grazing areas in the Rocky mountains, herds
of sheep leave their summer pastures and start for home ranch at Independence, Mont.

$4 1 SING2l James Melton, also an old car collector, takes a look at one of his favor-
.1te, a pint-sized 1903 Oldsmobile. The old-fashioned, curved-dash automobile still can run,

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"....... .. -, wBy 'Battle Of Ballets' THEM All. OPENING NEXT WEDNESDAY AT THE CENTRAL
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AN MON ". 5A 4 tin will be nonlctlnn

odM, PL at their oa he cI N l Station, any "iale f wr dis nn d n Press Staff Coespadeqt billt troupe. e Cuevas joined
abot at their Barnett, who are L they desire. PA I (U. P.) A "battle of theMonte Carlo company in 1947
,.b i .ntU Sve i. ti5on Nolember- I the ballets" has been touched.. off He took control and, in 1950,-
". "t i .. Atlantic Camera Club by-the. millionaire who bought "the dropped "Monte Carlo" from the
S ls tridedonatin nd we g n o w bank"- at Monte Carlo. company's title.
Vthe party. o orP aUtIon y M Cmera Cl u b Aristotle Socrates Onassis, 47.- : You ost can't build ballets
g. ir.= K e ,i rroaw at 7:30 year old Greekr born Argentine' with mere money," spokesman
It s Club. The lack ship itapn who purchased con- for the .Marquis snappe "Inspi-
tas e sa ..i.'a vision will have tre h'tthyMonaco's Soety Ds ration i what you need." n'.s
"now, Mratars I t 1e Bains de Her 'and direction of the He announced de Cuevas is plan-

.Vf Franc o, AIlegre oadoch, ou%-^o Los Anle& She was 1work for ,Onasals. manager of Nora Kovach and Ist-
yb~3B^5pe a .Corian.h, Halntb ?at-Ue h^_ that brought t hos ndst i ,h" sar toamd tces two, who
-te : Ptl" leiv,. behind d the yvIron sur-

l Ceo. RnLck Eds their Abou-c n .white A s born Mairile George de Cuevai center before World War I when 't .u k
.elprain .ahd ose tbii ibr rtm : awyh Mointe C rlo' DeV a created the original Bal- -" ... .j a-- .
00: Nora. c- Sift neioel~erd f Tibi i e'Casthrap.s, poslesnor e let Ruhse de Monte C iarlo.
S" r lb. a fortune st a at $300,000,000 Onassis want h troupe ready Ptrie Munsel as Cherubina it.'atrice Munsel sin the "Vis Patrie nsel n w
C*i Ui Wting d ba bett fr the winter season, starting i Mos "Th Mariae of Fig- e am a
p i De uev responded by an- December, hoping it wil be a lure are." "Toea." verdi's "tolete."
n gave Writn Group M L d i nosunc& n he a improving his own lp bring viqitort s 4t ronte
Co.I.n. "qish Oilorary4,me
rol in College c T. rssb The Maru. land of a "MELBA" the golden voice of a golden era... coming to the screen o the Cetrl
ah1e9yI'N0 He$seekstorbor rnvGeorghe.fdme C fovahn D.
016A l ly a' n dsl id n wh ite mbertarosis ict e the oria ala- -

l it the Red r aulldl .i O Sa Raeftr b he the eodss Theatre next Wednesday, November 11th. Aet.
SPars teawon fsom now until Janu-s c i s
S1 n 'ting 0 C h rlo t w t ar y. t In Fepbruary,' he Will take his ari
tVee tary In Berlin Fary'hlt h "freiedhis ---
1^ 4 1 Cor Mo Phopf ra troupe tl nd yo Cannet .- 30 mAied fr om
UTH MILLETT Says,... Monte Carlo.a
e. .he ITHasACA, N. Y "P.) Ce Cor-
ell UtilveritV sc t-s say ex- -
S Asks an older wwman:" What's lient sport fishing ithe Atl an- na
r the mptIte with ete 'o young men 't 'ffir nor theirr New Jersey islA
Mr pect their wives to help support o
add od. .a a a.urvey J;!te elk
1 K LJK f ol .AM l, d or splneles e ta ye coa lawy, or pitetween ess
por atthe tha.iI par ents Just o tan-s de n I CiPacsta san New Jeersiey,C iUt i
Sded the everythll they.drM- It was newnomeri who'was si. atportd a tto11g, pe-VrelTrsrer
hel 1 X.' *L ..q Je .tte forto-alMny y r they ex- talkipge love it here," ste lgiu i the ar ea
tnlt %tJtA. s ao help they 4,We o ee bae tw. Sendy Hook. and. Bay '
wh( d. es to hel the s e. 'opheae so friendly. ~Iea, hries off sir taee water ATLANTA,. NOV. '7 (UP) -
1d- IJestnmpt (I.) .R. Mre- in 'iIhat 'slougldbe the aan'sres- -An We ve SreUeh COn c10.1- anda deeper water to rise. se.Tresury'sei. tary Qeorge Hun-
a4li 'i H rpd werte h' bya trd tjoo- tt rfo earning a uving? s twomnan may ie ia s ji t dt New phrey assured a Repub can gath
*l l'.4w'L t g down" pa t uen' .i.I.thlt, reldoly a ht accmusa- erohbut shewonwth be i te. such t ra erlni thati the s "l te
t" -!o.o Q o!o .'ffiV er Club. tio a1lnat the avrtge young cloag. 8he is b enthu Sme m cip atefue s uclly n vs rrion has "haltedth th wer
Swas,' recent lth a working wife? Let'7 s It0 _ei n ew omel ando *iqw i ean.Ione nflationary trend and sodnh w l
W fOr e occui W re llth 'l, who sm fairly ypa- atle her. ri $e lt lowering ta o es l r a-
ta -j?,'- 1 *ilnlba b the 0h tuhQ wil tk hiso
i teh rf at e thousands of yon heo c iia new iEdse it serves He said the fact that dollar

le E d ee al s e ond M HuasMont e C arlei .eae me

It &Beetbflballf, ol Wh wpare at on Anorstewith watersflow, a hy Admi thetrti one h f4. sttheel CORNFUL Ara valruesure to exerre the owlyah traet ~ au t f
pfwr e Jtftionhed Jim 4 2e hs wife, Jane inr, f uatefs wohiscndh blsd oe n cr1 per-cent durin 1i "aelharel rc tes t aen c i f w Bt g
ot "r a .d 3i.i ml-2. c ThlPi. l been 'Mharried g en ad. i. n a L d I cll +do tuds lib proome of stability," while thle

b-e. .. .C'v"-n 3 "inteLot q ei anab a j o tnb *ithe .e teoes,, n liee it coe ar d prici oec.e p o d a Ietndex rose 34- Ba pontB Inn the W^
reBAA Yr,_ (IQ. P. )' Car
S' a : I dpe *nsdWilh'aotse eractt whre Ted.Cc rmes.rnher.ix yekrsn before tihe e publ cans
WW IyArIAs kanol derwpanog : u h "Nt$adrtshtobeh took over.
't sh uart o.a t e h als o loe cated a s ha b h

TW. '- t-1t. i1'teTeo t5 '-a emaare a wter- i Th Jearseya the TosA dmre i sra e in
Mr. acthted:I Ag.. **** -". .. el sr dWh ots~.. nrat n
im e o i t s ti ot a l waters r t F
S tbb Me ahe o os rs t with waters ow the Admltrate hs sucee SORNFUL SRIBBERS--Sure to
8.iL~ i the M T .verte t n out of tLonhsland Sound just D reducing expenses irt s a n scorned, these unsuspecting pave eint scribblers don't know what they're
rl i o ll. repr li' l es mP ob Jn Bu oBntau Polt. They caed will be able to make a "pt n o, est wind of developments. Hdwoe vreiowever, they've etonteiade afriendofwhomtheyse toBudrS. ..
S AI w n the "Montnuk Converhoence." start" on a "pattern" of tax re- penboy. The scene is r s In a Ri ecin o ro l n
.l p h l BS.t i d B"i in t he ufa .' ote B saying the rated s a nts, ductiia .
W.edfriB ya s t they e, reaI a "W e w sr dlo a estipu led that more trA Ati

he entw ol eg.el a ctt; g asi 11 buat th"ir ""e r l i' iluo bn lis o new ....
j ').. he.r j o dw otrt hei lis of water low daly thliout h the u m enters Asked, .. .T (
t ttlrgy aabo Shp famt istsoiH New York ight, an area a jacent
LIAM. Mt .0 ).P .O tyhooub t eA w st deepr .w k'..r r W edFa me srg H rn
W. sN.O. a the Teniple a- homemaker.n NeT Je's1 Hrlo Spasred Rua nre

g a t l woAmanhou wa y, th t r t s ng al new NOksOnmrR4WHN1ew
esWAi pth e as OF MAR BEa.LIN ( U- tPe- At night the .- |t MeNe e Bf Et -
o- n theaveagIe Yo nge She ls se chtor tt t Loi s W holoping Ceratrdion ers
h lAd, i GH, th .-. d tu oPsnte s ) -*k.AI ocs. P,.A.a o ".
e s d esi p onwe flies n oow ov r tea coiyb
o'.Tta lt u8 oepa te r eli elty t 0 7 m a U, r r

si-theoctewe r e o sgew h aveAfirly n te sety c tmte W s rm CHCe (U ,mov,-at.rnW. P.e -- e-loe ringFaxts

sth t of ben el prt- te ter. atios clearly as the brown- parking lots ma. offr a artial sp east in pelor n o E.,ly
so t thptrirorld the see- cles, e bacr movIJ to theneat? toothe ir winte O rteinga e
tormede C. "People's ,olutaon to ira e s e-on io h birds n slidrtatd sou
rteachtother'o tor bordesnEiTetnn U oP rli ds on the a aTexinaos Gubnlf Coast
wITzTl O. IOIeJilmtIs F2*bdhe Jane Wut iest o ee r li ol-tter ne sh ele s l e f lots, whie rsfh do away T c tr i ni ra
hs a helpngij ma es lilssabtar e- l thb e '-4 f tar is career at-i Nfestlonnl Audubeoo Societyhe ll,
sliving, hehs be~at .helpu her or a cl k other DTen mt ll har .spcunr ber h- says thelroe are ef 21 of the m tca-
Mad"e paye g n d ItaI oud T es o l rds r dem ad-iningrntn
LInIwuad erany d aisoltahe luWo ti-he on the eoatnen t Some of them
i hat a rke o' Im k a tmile"-O- t i it e tso o stand four feet height and t aveeo
tdle e d ateri l et r tteo t, s m wing spread o t seven feet. so M UrnStEs u sci NEment ri completion in Atitene na, i
itit" lne le7, d thegayesomus Yoe Two oran. were killed laeaoamst yedthemre
t h 'eJo rf.i n ost t -s toa n lots he t 'na antear a ameic n dollars. The structure s .
Of W.uW 1 *l l afwa e ir flowu t araei ayl t t ters _,..ghtthe to o i the public in 1954. On June 4 5 th P laid t .e......
-At' t..... ayt hai com te, ,eseI to, ds-,a,, a ,, -,-t.w, -t .,.Asked

first-'o- l"tseaodmn tti"" Trn,.sued Martna
ow to wfk oWt their own lives iP thhiP coffee, and .tr et Snut d 0t0i '
W.i ,r.thOot anybody's help, thet .CoJeunrm, t s. So eys have l tedt..ToSp
SN."-oster Typho "he-MOeTE bMrrinrs iToA gathe a oe eln -umes, "" o-merAn 7the
a] fb'anywilhv cann. er t w not miteree wi n'wfl To. .o e n-e a"signsin....r4.... .
,a:h7.,1MarIaget postotrl c ih, e t. p e e-d en develop r iraor disoder + ree rty pae i-
fethehaittel= t .a bleak,C o,0runisd t, o out eraiUse Hts rZ.neVO LibarTis ea -P.)-
Janiceu whele.-chanism thdt rowl th e sv-ar s .e-, pdto or rarte bo on 'And
en ecnd laerimchadorethm ocntpob,'rAsroaeafokes )*oetheefttn-
PoTno s hout, P esi"Y' 5tre f Airrvenue t, -the '. To levi Aut .os according to a report in..te J our- cnss and costumes by i"
10I er ihoty, desis t pace esu- t..rhted -it-gtes, -. nl .o th e AMnercan Medcal Asso- Dr 'nerds. Mason; The Con-
.*9i k dp 1M (*171) a square meof 'b ll i th able pylt ffrm which a ear's Dyr..Robert Carr, Philadelphia, rcs. --. Lesirr Marg fl U'
is the world's ~ t Nr the barrier moves to one aescribd seven cases 'of welaers t. ,itr b B N.
t rts o "e d th eW s f rns- t develepd breathng dificul-
,rt.ofb ei nre ngk'drtwA an. Wersrclst __ ed s ecuse of the fumes connect- -.rr: lamefft Yo. se_ by
SLo gieeCp ii wormm o~ rUnieopl eleto Short o t In three ot the cases, he said, b.e' nal.g n Zoine liblns also .'
.at. ...go mtthe sy ptaZoms Were serious enough .are.. dt U's P co.lectons of
aiieri lnhion r mboing. SELo ER Ty m. (UP) Yy- Jeri' to neasitiate a change in jobs. boTex asGulferne.. withoartsand

iwar Bertln. + ranklee r, once ee inaost. ionoxide, (harsi-- procE l Mcel ial-d
;of W.rtaZ.n0 Butevi o ta aue erilest o ntainn mint.oa te the fe tbod on silkdscreenociet
hasds thatof situated na the Unter D r.itden mother was a ountrybarberoforTeetrod aloicaedwhmno c a,
Itissof&aNe now in the Ru* iah sector; Hotel years," Ho ael e d "Onepl vario. s materials, as, Weioahbool on wood cut- .
li ha d brokelpbfg here I l aa'L ._p J ecatings n re h le most irritate. "t t
Dorlithreahad r o ke lit Malesd s son to believe thait ehrom Hf endtis egt n ha Wrought Iron
W-.48 a twho had reneited r gakeytherthroesn"uoma y cau sevenmeet. MIMI MUSEUMo neyn1 .co ltni
fltatons, .... 'a "- w ,Yea# W 0 s. Home Crafts- ,t0
vast moofcai's. "+Ku- t isten. MkonitSYoud rtelf i Stedollars' The
sreo a valuableand thalt 4cTin 1
trnsth ayopnd istmplmfr eandcn r

SYAL t Collecting eand store The radiance of the holiday season never end

rCOiAidNS ei44ba 193 o tre nue- gotiartons be repSEcingN
Sng ernitean Furtes and itLook over our complete stock of thur pro
.'- X14drr i.U l t "i ofKIawhen you give TowLE Sterling. For this fine solid
SC O M l N A i S. .I .r'c lubsoea-*&-- d wiol. ei er"- STN S--t, and Costumes M ason silver is crafted for lifetime beauty, never to n e
tiI~pflt, Wng ~teSB COWlit-I. M "Treatses: Fifty years (1903-
abe 4-dof: a1953) 0 treaty negotiations be-1 replacing.
lTe ,uft'ar tt. ..A. tWean the. United States and Look over our complete stok of thls proud
TNb "aORTES" ...................N6v. 20 ma. Pana Wester-sterling. Be amazed at how little can cost.
IW a I felted f.i" our tub). i i's first P. | 9 n 3 Anautio: The Spirit of St. Place settings start at $24.79,. teaspoons at $3.08
WaTIOR *orp nd"ORANJESTAD" ..........Nov.23Lo py d Hi- and serving pieces at $3.33. We gift-wrap and
Sp : iT Nov. 26 ttcy; Activities of committee In deliver.
ro to dln.fio~ 1a fad n at the *_ **_* baitU of nomination and elec-
Ic lolhe an tion et fleetOr William Crawford
q. ., "" orid' t w Jew 1or'k University THE
aft h'TQm aWaTCOAST SOUTH AMERICA: Ira nN o"of -19a 1 DU-T omitte'a Frl
The." Xre~t:depresion,1929-1941
"O ...... ............Nov. 10 Ho Robvet and the REE DIAMOND CENT e R
'.n iWarmtrvius story -Walker
.. .!.S.. .m.. "BAARN" ......................Nov. 26 i 8. nv eatw STORE 161 CENTRAL AVENUE, PANAMA
'"" I O' M GM II -- Morrison
,aa Z*f^a .W t "'ODEN K" ...............Nov. 29 'Fla(: You too cab o rluc ci nt" to re fnae NI>an
inft Al8__J.* I ;. fm --r: 'l4e lady of You too can be o
'I ,+ ...... + -~Kane: Too Late the OF LOVE" Diamond Ring for Christaa e e l7
S'hli. : M -- R MhI eoilm U 3 -2-an W ,"."s. ..V.rton; COkd moun- free of charge.
t5 -t P8 Bafa 2-3719 PandA =4l taiie Pai; The (Phone (Panami 2-0193) or come in today fr detaL
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If you think your first or sec .
ond grader wants to help around
the- house just to4 ltate 'mnom-
my," you have a pleasant notion,
but like all sentimental ideas, it
is rather unrealistic.
This is the contention of Dr.
Phyllis F. Bartelme, child psy-

ZVvLUltP1v. 13 G CU1.U.. 55ns usirIre m one M 5 .hologist
ieuiiai p-alpklia pie fr Tnkimevita duiamer. -ret v ermg Ira. hogist.
According to Dr. .artelme, a
Instead of the traditional ounce size. Bake in slow oven. child acquires purpseitiness
pumpkin pie, you may like this 325 degrees F., fdr 50 to 60 'rip+ when he reaches the ~g of sit,
new pumpkin dessert foarutes, or until a knife Inserted In other words, he doQeanot act
Thanksgiving. Lucy M. 3Maltby, near center of budding comes out for the sake of action Itself but
of Corning. N.Y., asked us to clean, Serve with whipped cream. in order to achieve an 04d. True,
try it. We think you will enjoy In many homes, the vivid he'll imitate hisjothe"Imeth-
it. bowl of fruit will serve as a wel- odsr, but the result i vwhtt really
come dessert-apples, pears and interests him from this age on.
Pumpkin-Nut Pudditg grapes withtateris of rofair .l
.Two thirds cup sugar, 1/ tea- over them and shell nuts in be- The psychologist says It a of
spoon salt, % teaspoon ground -tween. With the fruit bowl, a utmost importahce t eiiearage
cloves, ,/ teaspoon ground cin- cheese tray goes perfectly. Ched- this stirring purposetfulnletIf it
namon, 1/3 cup chopped nuts. dar, Camembert, Swiss, port du is not recognized, a' child will
,2 cup fine dry bread crumbs, 1 salut, and blue are varieties you grow up handicapped i his at-
egg, separated. 1 cup cooked or might try. tempts to handle responsibility.
canned.pumpkin, 1/2 cups mil'., Eat a slice of apple wl
; tablespoons melted butter or of cheese, or a pear slice spread Tasks should be at-nlaed foi
rtrgarine, with Camembert. After the fill- the youngsters that will brig
ing Thanksgiving feast, this type theft satisfaction With little e'
fvtix together sugar, 4alt,. spit- of dessert is refreshing and easy fort. Cleaning. oft e n 6. i.
K nuts and bread crumbs. Beat on the tummy. chromium or clay. tile sauces

yolk; stir in pumpkin, milk
i melted butter. Add to crumb TOMORR 0 W' S DIN NER:
xture. Beat egg white until Grapefruit juice, poached fish
alght and shiny peaks are fillets, spiced tomato sauce, boil-
nrer when beater is witty- ed potato_" with parsley butter,
,*n. Fold into pumpkin-crun'b buttered beana, crusty bread.
rture., butter or margarine, m I xed
'irni into a1leht wOllgreased, greep .sa4d, pumpkin-nut'pud-

.resirtnt Eitfargtcdij1, five'- dnl .coffee, milk.

Live Happily With

Just Follow Thes ies

S ow to live happily with a husband- .:
r* y to think of ,timt always as a man, not just as.a husband..
If MMWalways think of him as a main you'll automatically know'
hpto please him, and you won't be hurt or angry when you dis-
e f. 4i-oesn't think- exactly like you do.
Ste your best manners during any- discussion so that discus,
sipps don't turn into useless and unpleasant arguments. Often
it's not -what you say but hbw yofi say it that makeS a husband
get his back up.
teart to take kidding good-naturedly. Men like to kid wornt.
en 'ut.lWI no fun if the woman, instead of taking the kidding
li '. feWlv she has to defend herself with sharp words;
Never let him see you feeling sorry for yourself. A man ca68
res- eft a iOman who gets mad .and tls* him -off occasional,
bit he won t respect a weepy-eyed martyr.
Cultivate a sense of timing. When he is grumbling over
the month's bills n -time lI mentic tha he living room- hao
to be repainted. / ..
If you feel you aren't getting a fait amount-of compliments
and praise-don't sulk. Start handing out a few more coenpli-
ment-, yourself. The man yho is pleased with himself is more
likely to be pleased with-fili wife. -
Never say, "I told you so,"-when something goes wrong. May.
be y u did. but if you did, forget it.
"Dn't always insist on having the last word. Let him have it
now and then.

Don't worry too much about whether he loves you. The quick-.
Alt way to make a man doubt his -love Is to start dbut~i- it t
course. (Alled,
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include eliainga the detaable
parts of t range and keepig
I4 -surface free Q ga, an
helping mothW to pp fruits
and vegetables. -
In the bathroom the six or
seysn-year-old boy or Irl can
wipe the tile wall amd flor and
keep the basin clean, O
Might be asgled the ; f
polying the towels and wash
As laundry asUtant, th. child
could carry clothes frbm the
washer to the dryer ay r srtt

Among the chores &oughput
the house that. arn i4d. the
capacity Of a. dvaa'-o). are
cleaning and V It
plates and iw
and rooeUtl ars ann
books on sh a and
easily accesdlble w~l do.'
Good rainy-day fbes Include
anpolesngl AlFbruhc i f md owSx
and cleaning brushes'aid eombs.

The jidece de e. nee among
the tasks, from th'Vlapolint of
littUq girls eplhl isL h~ipng
mother to b1t1t i bab and
prepare him for .Tha might
a asifned in aaem to a reg.

Sthe kitcheak -r. batbon ur dutv as a i for s jub j
brings that all-porta ense well done.
of accomph t quietly, D'.
Barteln. points -out, Mixed
Other kitcben jobs that prove HOUSTON. Tez" ~IU)-4-, Maxle
satisfying to the youngsters an1 Champagne recalmid alleame to
of real service to a busy mother opei a beertaver here.
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I/ftd fjtht NA Staff Writer
lo j F-i.r Up to your neck in neeW
ur fashions? That's where any
gal with a weak budget andI
r a strong desire for a newI
dress can look for remodel-
The mistaken nolton that mid- ing ideas to put fresh spark
dle-age sprelid is inevitable isn an old gown.
appareushintly still cr lating. What's more, thelocal sew&
brsin toof exercising atoo in -center expert points o1.
borirlng tootime-contudming orirevskmping a neckline is on
to d. ctrin, soi-wome n th lettht of the easiest and most dram-
uOds- ome theyirofrigh ntatic transformations a semi-
ht in their flesh It skilled home sewer can per-
tight foundations. form.
Yet doctors assertthat extra Y ca ope neck-
n tYou canom up theoneck-
jweight puts- a .str~tn-on the line of a simple high-collared turn
heart and that VlIlM exercise,
-while helping o ward off that
excess- encotUrage goor circula-

awui or crepe
tale.-and frame

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date the heaviest schedule be-lmmm
cause they' are done in bed
during the time one takes to
'cVe to" In the morning. Try; -

mhem inr this oraer:
1. After pushing aide covers
"ad plow, stretch your legs
One at a tnle down to the heei,
faen to the toes and wriggle
3. Throw your arms over your
head and stretch toward the
headboard. Then fling your
Oit wide, as poaslsle and
d m close the fingers.
,..Now reJax .onpletely,
mangs and twiing.

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04r I *Ibw f Kka *g'to an atomi c scientist -V W

^^e ridet n th e In Tb Revnl_ tb epairin a damaged gasket t tnd ima-lsi
f or we Itw ShAtomic Products At ttis oun try, by p his Dro er and
11, 4M. Item *0;;; "W OOSdW. e I 1 14,e4

t.; i me *to t, raonfSer aond b al-rn wrlti ng family o theo goen-
i h r pected to rre Nober 19, rris, who left mecha king for eight e tmposeria works.n lmae

,to rom the United tefor the Isttb Noveer 3 for hour shifts aus e each man S quality and Eimt ddal, BEAUTIFUL AHER-Rai autfl rain, the t "soker in nearly two months, derich
ior la he director h lon eion, tools unds the wrks of the youngest pr seasn it nd growing or the year to com
"taw1- ano Mesereof te "I waterolA in a concrete Sitwll and his it fwo evmeig,
r t onal Council o Churches tua Washington tryang"to use a four- in. a few sentences, an atomos-

of the'*11o in tie Used tates. .Mteg we ajtoS t ar t to *s att a tff ong n sraw& bb
N ounce the Cit o o ere wsll be a thanks t i mel electcal .are included among other
SKeith Alan on October lan elf and bulp by Ju- eIn sothernmainten dressed n ra-tins in an excellent select
W9_1 00-000at, t an oIm]p lllllA os o ,sof t ma r td WIs..was-Fe- saidk ( ;,Mfl gv es
arMaternal r rnt e an .t thown)e A qir oe repe a ba-b g lm dith Bry ooks always been a boverne
Sf MrndMrS t 12 nto rves and sh lmne Job Gany- eore DuPoyers. another of the
Lln tiM woney o Pe 1 Campbe to re ble en who wored or sot t impose upon her the dir in his int oe-
e a nd aWhon t powe iti llice in W War ip of an nner reticence

Sh 1 Ia Boblet Ih a frerma o north- toeIFULwho weAtuld HER-Raveautil her towardtheA Ae" in nearly .
Sthe the U d ates i ld safely s d the radiationGabriel tti, downtown Denver, Colo writes.a water ish to the ugt. To lateto ad st en during
Sth iabl tars later g it, Reno e a and more glowi ng, --e a e 1nv. iapes 1nd ,....s.t.....h.

Dunn w t5 1 er Mr- vstotIMn Wthe.director oldf the ArIt I W s t m1 a- WINmtTaen ia udo oueis lines more and more whirinssoatg. Her tg rof j int ere hosto brthd mettor of DP creeras a ting hasmecan been like a dance, the
AF rild a horeas of their ar dra craft of a n in Beau Br m o which moves stee;

t ,W blm, Mr m t c DebovrsasndotAhn uat the Hartn|- Wslti to fair inu etan e ,o ad.r yf-st h
lwdek at'At thatttoo MorocO; essays on _
I h.,U Anae, the -me Of at, = o n" Wnmight ting and ,musiandanng as bn a danc, Made

G Md" ar h Oerhart* te bke re rea -n- atGermany aToiIs its h rrst rhyt which moveS miteadily wE EIa

l Oputh Mrs...WI, Mr. Sd N. Jacob Delvae ^. ^ ed only 0ee, a yby a- faster.. 1A
CMrs. Antheb r n of suits Vof. -- m a 0lu. dent. ofGe htrderer lov er him At this oint A her career a

Mrs dwrd Hadel Mt. Mar a r t y o an- lwla ot eause he waded In rup- ch atf her seatf-chosen aim-Miss I at
.t o' J ver damn tla k i. L heon Io rubber go io bt o te o the that he Bry Stsnt -n her first trip to Eu-A
enl. are-will, be a 'thitnikes elt a, kh ow sh e tein -of al
SMrs. lton the io e ii re th tle electrical are included among ,other y wol
1kelth'lan Ol 8 ton pOtob er i i pdande bue tlca a sr dressed n writings in an excellent selec-
20, at the Fpjt lV9yt 'AAhamy ros adhe sa i dr Ton.....7
i-. m niNe .(l. bo.nt c 6, Aoo the U r tQ& rOsmaloparttaNEWt YORK(UP)m n Thestr
Bo the W 4' requiress calm
M ir sR Ieturkley Ur. c Is rin t"athe pro- oservies wu be pade e." George DuPre Is another of the Miss Brontento betweands those who
honey oor pori The grdup me at offices touet the nadon' to remrkable men who woreind hir ought t impose upon her e ease and natural
a. rs. *ad sraymon eon utfol owwriitishnIntonce in Wo War cle of an Innr reticence'and
ILtleoad JoyInlW dtonat pWs

lI. e 01 of eM ac tlian efU3Py0 andc D *H ri e onb "b 1s by sarveStee ck:W&4 hr tnorth-e w; itho woulddrive her toward i
ohn: eandthepartyWest CanadadWho was transform- a dfnamic emotional expression-
Sai aret h oet ,l le g 0ate a sismur 'access-e al ed ito whisky Tous distilled ette, febbottdis in
J or Mrs. bat-tue home of t99ler with ei rlceent, d Nmgara atte dint" In the course of the last few
rs. t. a ol od,1r fat lSOe e y, di sent to ve completely new ars the latter seemed to be vi
S1 dat apan M in o an, behind enemy tourious. Hercolors became
'Mr. lWo. )An. Mrs. vdt' '- ayn4In 0dat Talk"- (RaadoHouse) is lin es more and more whirling. Her
SfTsld, t hwa iss at, W o ,dyearsooncupieda. ,,n painting has ben like a dance, the

toaA "In #Atho e e j ** TImof Ti t g n l ofor fam ariltenne '
121 Oerh atthheolu le mn ue-d ,ir %,ne srhnyton', o it m thwe t teaSdT WHISKY

\*o e the la I T .m. OAnl bb amdairbyB.Tse en!.l. fasthter.e.tostriketetste .era nd essful ,
4 t.ele lam alb o rtue rs ve hitAtithi, s p ointhoier career -
A' A' elt- f 's4e I0 lU3l6 a 4' "g a ills l_ ;cruel wo -ver mature artist who has achieved h

sydel b-Pato 0olJ tBBh, eihPicude a e.we ww $.u.muc..h.. of h.i.tss#......aih t o t
Saa Hadatnd jemian Crya .m heCwmU ambch-on hesolfthosen aim-Misr rih note
sohon Mrs.. TJlr.Pe P';de .Linm; heA Civl tshs d soowas bombarded by the whole
rei .tTlmf f Brikh opsy ehiatrisetos and inell. g. fat a European art and won-
mr Asays O'say* gene. expert had spent nin a dered what the effect of this mass-
... .a 8 man, R tt a d ae'. baly 1 onr ths prearing him for his exposure to beauty would have on
rop I Hl man; de e $ acemt o ureaus for t e str ange double and they did my painting," she confided tol a
rZM W no%#n; ddotdlO !uW the ,ptbthey have fied their work Well. Even under the friend.,
nd Debby S der the administration's cut- vilest tortures, he neither cried Out e first pntngs she produced
1; 6The oos oftIoback.Ti
Msry t ahl; tth Walker. ndofthe The assembly said two such em In English nor said'a-word th in- after her return from Europe, are
z ia s o" l t, "M b thas ..s wloyment effort already arc it he was supposed to be. by the marvelous 6th century
b.,_oliF1q derway in ruip. It.tpied that' It took more. than a l ear, In mosaics in Ravemna, Italy, the
lrmp.t u-~heM i t0rom '! o mlnier 9 to the civil service commission esti-act, for, Prp doctors to lrcon, great .exlresive force of which
MJ' +Wtl. ,l~e ylulh e- tovenb ilr b.- l ates that 80,000 glvernnent emditlon him rth reurn to nor- stms from -a powerful restraint.
'VRanoeon vt tivh ciul Tb h lr a t prs. a ready have been s mal life after the, war, but again These pastels ,miaor a world in
0*n 4hs ub' Noveui- bIoz..eth .ic. O, 10 Anooi "The-chances are that fer eessful bt iessman and Boy Scout reticent but meaningful gesture,
p e a r atmp o v e s f or b i o m ad e b y ett
wh ey IwithI iii e a Coreona moves for informal placerpen leader in Calgary, Alta., with only qpendg itself inglowig clor4,
t. fc~Ise evlr tp .Um.he t tfse r atfficest lout te nad on," e lthe alsear or two and a head of prei Bry tnesthis msac
cellatl : se lo. the d swhen he wa ness of a born, mosaicist. Mosaic
VWBMy 30 one ofoTheClmia region ota the Bu- sofcourse, as no
i. ahethr X. E... +r t d t h ortu-b at r other nadhi t erhaps
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aw" arkf Of d stike gla )ss might is-the drink most appreciated by his
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tot"at te lo ,- 'twIu rfet Desiree- uemarte Selitko fo w-wfwks and it wil y thiS gret.ecstatie SCOTCH WHISKY
Iiu T1 th' at the tao oreivrf ami
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-OO* SALE: Very clean mottress FOR SALE: 1951 Mrcunitu't 2011- -
for, double bed Zenith shortwave radio very.good c6ron. flt .l
ortable rad.o 168 V.a Porros ,owner: House 16, Gamboo. e- DR. WENOEHAKB
ephoane 6-139 D Central Avrue "K'" se.fp
t- _-- _-- ------- _--;r Corner telephone -3479, Pga 1
1'OR SALE -- Mahogany furniture FOR SALE.-1952 Chevrolet 4 Door --Cone-tle-h-e -3 --- |
honr. 3-364;, form 10 a. m. to 4 Sedan.'De Luxe mngdl tg r $1.550 Sealed bdi; art triplicate, till i* r1 -
p..n, Con be ti-.onced if yott"have one ce.ved in rhe office of.the.Enrineer- Ho
p'.,F-r niAL- .third cosh Phone Gombco 274. .ng and Co.istructlon Director, Pan-
FOW SALE -Yourh beci complete, .in ama Canal Compogny, Balboo a
j&od cndolion. Apply house 24 5 '.OR SALE T7 HIGHEST BIDDEfl. Heights Canal Zone .until 10:0QQ
A. BoboO C. Z ne 194A stake body Chevrolr a. m. November l17 1955, and Foe
FOP SALE -- One I.v.ngroom, cne' truck. I ,. ton. One 1946 stake then nubli iy opened, for furni h-
m and c..,c bedroom suite I body Chvcdlet trudt.'$ ton. Onr ng oil plant, tools., P "ui t. Ifens a-
.r ne desk, cne chetr of drawers. all 1948 stalp body Chevrolet truck bor. services, anrd'.ntris fex- o
S tnOhogany. card aord o:her small 2 fan. One 1946 panel hevr6let cept certain Government furnishe "'
Stoles, kir:nen table and chairs truck. 1 ten. Two fork lifts,.Clark materials citedd in the stcifecoi
tao glum blinds 100 x 59 and 35.00 lb. capacity. One 'poIrtble I olns, and for perJprming el work r i
x 59 ri.ches, two metal chairs : light plant. 5 KW. Seven g for preparation of hold Wi' future
and other icusehold articles. 0314i pumps. W.yne One gasoline stor- plants. plating topsoil and grassing .
Cable Ancon age tank, 3500 gol capacity at Corozal Forms pf pos
^L -- ,r a moat~c Items listed may be inspected at secifcan, and fu.p cars
SSALE Kenmore automatic Ithe Central change Warehouse may be otoained from Sqg ofice
vshing mrch,n% excellent ConO,- h r e h ouse. o the C..nfroC at ryl k t~oatlon
*itI last mrcie.celncoG Post of Coozal Bids will be open-Dofh CRacm 34SIM
tices.oBest ll. gr Ro -tr6l
._st tr. 9-6ed at 10.00 .A. M.. I December Division, Room 34-9. tFbo.l-4!t cw
tOR SALE.-'.,a!rnul dn ng table. 1953, at the Co-n(rol Exchongj iTplephone 2-3739 or2-2B.
jitre bears for ei;e.-'.n. Tel- Officer. 'Coozal Specificaions and drawings will b
ephone Ba'boa 2850. Good con- be issued ione ccoa FOR SALE-- 47 Ford Tudor Sedarn per set. Deposit will be fbrffed It f c.--co Perfect condition Mu.t sell. Best specifications and. drawings., lr .
-SALE--Furntrure lames. cob'- otfer buys. Qtrs 375-B, Fort Kob- rnt returned within 40 leindr F
fneft'., p.c.urer. lu l\ greater., be Phone 21 76 dayo after opening of bkc. i' r
Dutch on ~.s let, err s.e, FOR SALE 1941 Chevrolet Club FOR AL E -* In
plated c.r.,ng set s a cpars ddo, Cooke. 204-B, Rio Grande. Phone FOR .
gl:3s r pa.n-prleim : r Arcke. Pedro -ig,.el, 4-i55. ,. N
square azc .arm r.,':. r 0. An .;-ee
cc.i i-an Jun Are FOR SALE: -- Kaiser 1951 4 door. ,
S C -,..o' Hdres:- a-d. Wil accept trade-in. See -it at FOR SALE -- Boxi Puppies,
--.'a co-mbined Hc -e1488' ,- 712 -A,_Loca --$80. Telephone 3-0717.
C'" SIbo telephone -42f FOR SALE.-Military Jeep 4 wheel FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Sation ,A4-
O-.-ALE -Piano $85, bs.u 3 Dre A-I condition. Excellent for gon, mahogany Raftan furnit
S. 4 wcker chirs, I dreser interior. Caoil Clayon 4268. bet of Go'f Clubs" including r. f
beds, 3 chests of drawers. large FOR SALE OR TRADE Kaiser 1951 Phone Home 3201 office 5150,A I h
S"wejian bIn.d. 2 large cedar blinds. Must sell before my new Kaiser ___
1 high CPr- i. 4 fo'ding chairs, 4 arrives.- A,chley. 2712-A. Cocoli FOR SALE--Piano. Bhmboo frnifiur F
afgight ch.ti,.- set of crystal $25 Lamps. Fans. Various. 'Ph~e 913. u
crib. '", b la-ric tittcr |O ST & FOUND I
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SFC: FALE I.%e vergetin blind LCST:-Wor, hair terrier identifica. used ofica furniture consisting af '
vao:r..ce. Very reaonabt ton plote NO. 1482. block and 3 metal ecretaorial desks, 3 wqod- .
lige gren shade, $2 00. Phone white. Col atb6ed 6374 en desks. Bo b'n 2436 ____ --- and chairs. Room 109 -nd 10
%R SALE. Must sell practically BJdg. 5142. Dablo Heihts. Tel-. OR
Snew. dnirflgroom, hall, drawing-. | A le nal Zane Alncya.. b L sho
roor complete guest "room, indi- b n 34a8 or Lincoln' iLf Belf 4pr
.vidual esy chairs, airfoom cush- U -
baultiful rugs. swedish Chi- OR SALE:-Bicycle, tricycle, radio,
g' l ~li'oate, floor and tabre V a electric tramn, toaster, louvres, AtK
I ips. Mu.t beq egn to be appre- n589 Boyano, Ancon. 2-3715.
r w Phoe 2-2"798 otfce, hours | lV niu s ii OR SALE: Electric Sewing Mo- FOR
9 chne oiDesk aobneti; Reftigeratr ro<
Position Offered sing1eb =, no, l des
WATpt-Pcrson expert in color-M a
li- .otes. Good salary. App House 95, nmear tbor ,
p ftsaMlty, Foro Sosa, 4th of July tio "
7. ITHACA, N. Y. (U.P.)-The old
-- ap2. barrel, once a familiar fix- r SALEi- aat dei R

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'also rn per-enneit"r g 'OR SALE-eB. {
dependent corre'pbnden a a.OCentE m dnthsj 0 d. Lore children, kt
"SpenCrh. German Seek .(.ag3oe ,tFi '. 42-7 P2 Bello St..
ti. et Moiton Wrm to Secre- as Others v e.-
n-- and paper-wldow bao.1 COMPA d
... ... ..- be L Poapn J(s or b.hlP i BC1H TOOiSMR clTt
Tht'. *JAr-cr '-cm y
W AN tED he u' "th"e"P'c u l*m c e.aledbids, fa0 opening in pubNlis,
"' W .W n, o sl0il i nAlds in bu'ki llrC i 10 30 A' M.
pit oSof N r0 tree-pa .n ber .4. 93. in the office onea
Revolution lW- t i perinrtandent 'pf -Storehduses. U1s
i* j ;ri-% iro11ty ?dpR- .-uijrei IItI for, ,Sa*f of miscellaneous,
,' be a.. .r a S%1" "llBStorehous.. In-
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n 'case-w.t' h by t yo 'irds l 'toffu off u.
ic Clubs Form f-"serice :ors.

Enjoy Kobbe i 1I 1
ord Library e bw as resigl thed
isi'ot the apple brrel.
e expanding their record .
tion ua more than four, TIt eNason -i simple. CrocI
the .liumoer they had an shoppess expressed a efe *. dt
gR9 d,.y. the Fort Kobbe 'for pre-packaged apples
Room has been doing a .-ighnt lnoO yietha fruit
tice busl oss.'..a.crdinRg m' oly e gs. A.ple .
.C:herine Btown, Post eer. their M P.) -
i e UU- a uct, gladly ob e e of s a
teaords ranging WT e eredft dcv"kinu
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aba~ dFlino problem. r Jee edeve *A spected to
demand for uie of the under the s DvS D:. VM Insight in H
rol l is so greal that Brunk: of the tme AfL irr- pduc-
imWarI' music .-luos have ;C V. e Cc-h'e .
cfrnatd so that a greater I.Wferoty, 1 4q a and r.
ft- people maiy enjoy '1Wil sell hf-blvi es m. Pra .tkll& -
without long watts. Iig 16la 1rge key-n s l
Present time the music aslk.d O.t -o ta. i of every
hbrary is open daily offered di thie
anborn to 9 p. m. Sundaystoe p1 1 Is ey

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A sizzling Class "B" $7 0 six-.ind-one-half fur- *'Juan Fr a eO Graded" i
g sprint is in store for Juan Franco race track ,
Ia .this afternoon when Don J-liu Mercado's star- -
AB< Chilean-bred three-year-old filly Florera goes Ist Race "G" Nav.e .P 4,M.Pil .g. 8'&:",s.or A
after hex third straight victory in one week. Menr .o tf toeu .I .'o .

f The speedy filly will set her feat such mood foreign-bred
:t1uthcst test to dte. She will hor-es as Vampiresa, Bedlam
nin4hb striles the also fast start- and Henry Lee. Tilts race shapes
,'Chir?.ri, which will be ridden up as a potential thriller.
by you.t.ful. F. Hidal-o Jr. ---
under t1-" ea.he, vimoost of 102 Yesterday Augusto Newman's
*,.Htind,: 'o- All Vin. Luis Giral- Pl'Pmbaro flP~hed winning form
":dt p wl' 118 pounds, and An-i to rare to an easy post-to-post
., v*', V'"ill be guided by vl-tryv In the featured $500 one
CPoepR"' "uiz. '" gallop for Class "F" Im-
,.C'ohi A a"n r Anglia have -":rts.
%oat I' n r'-'.-l es'bv it'- r" r nero chased Plambaro for
itr!"'~- e -ir oni,' pftci: ipsu ---nuprters the distance but
ce-ft' .- ts it s 1 tl-*. rich. r'. ned in the stretch and lost
-dim ''tIlce Cl5sh&c wlilch'wa -cond place to impressive Chl-
aron'by King's Prize on Tlesdal ?' -i newcomer Vuloanizado.
,; F'ambaro paid $5.00. $2.80 and
.* .ii Was no nrath fbr'Fl- "1.60 The quitlela with Vulca-
a rs ay ih the "Conw Cl- il-rdo returned $20.60. The day's
."tI~i pr'1 He was next b.t 'est win dividend was Tln ti-
*t eoiat4 not 7et nrar the (1'v,- ln's $11.80 as favorites dominat-
W1ner. TIh time Florera. Unde ed the Drograln.
110 Pvoinds. gives away eight,
p ed~ to iChingri insteadof re- Alfredo 'Chinito" Vasquez was
tee1t'e welfhts like she did the 'he saddle star with three vic-
*t.j'. time, A. Vasquez will stories.
Sarn the Mercado filly's pilot- The dividends:
. I,"'er interestin" +ace o" "- 'lmp- 20. 5.80. 3.40
.,'*-' e'rd Is tie fchCditedu i." n -DMlino M 60, 3.60
ri 1-9"n fo" Cla.s "E" 1t" '-Sin Fin .5.
1 "- Dir';r*ive natitv fi'v SErnND RACE
AC' -1 Ta- ltie favorite to de- '-Golden Pjetr 4.80, 3.80
S2- mazona q3.20.
S. Second D-nb'e: (Riomqr-
.Golden PlejrIr) .e.860.
T Roly $6.40. 3.20
2-Don Rafnel $5.80.
One-Two: (Rely-Don Ra-
fael) S3.M.
-Tiln Til" 11.80. 7.80
2"VlllaErr.n I $0.
2-iV T oIlln Tillr" "' '-
rreal) 170.6Q.
1-Golden Fan 1.5, 3.60
12, -Sixaol T5 E 40
1-Albeit $5, 4, 2.20
2-True Blue $11.40, 3.40
3-Double In 12.40.
1-Newbriht.on S&20, 2.80
2-Draco $2.60.
Second Double: (Albeit-
Nev brirlitanl g19.
1-Flambaro 85.60, 2.80. 2.60
2-Vulcanizado $4.20, 2.40
3-Granero $3.20.
Quinlela: (Flambaro-Vulca-
1asdo) 36.61
--Co po $4.60, 3. 2.20
R THE TOP -.When 2-Tilama $5. 2.40
ore Galuska couldn-t t 2-7-Tn TIme $2.40.
nd or through the Brgha' One-Two: "(Comlo-THlama)
Younglhjie. the Wyominba-k $.'.2-,
wan( over0theI hear -
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"v 0. Duke 0
33, Kings Point 6
.ne 28, Pennsylvania 20
j 1. Vermont 0
,., E dioi 13
i. North Caro. State 7
n.a 21, Q, Washington 6 .
r <- I iOiJ. -Virginia'u
uu (,ard. 14, North Cato.4 0
Weatern reserve 14, Wester
Micalgan 14


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1-0. Wonder A. VA. lt2 -ChampionMhip fltB' even .
2-Romantlco E. Orttegl .lflx-or recent res ,.10-1
3--Dainiel 0. B. m -x--Rate outside cia- S-1
4-La. ra R. I 3-i1d do beti' '- -1
5--Aonsito O, C 1. 1--) -,ta-eroua ceatdr -1
6-J. Hulne' J. IR 0 I -i-ou]i ut* ratl ,. "-L
7-iDuque C...ia 1i2 .-Noihli jBW. f" 1t IW
8r-(Coran J. Goo 1 i--App.reantil, 10-1

2nd Race "C" Natie 6.i P. Purse: 125.M L MO 'LbeU: ,1::15
Seoamd RMie of the Double .
1-Yoalklto R.- (.l4401 -Dangeru r to4 3-1I
2-Don Jaime USam-Needs plenty M1C tinh w
3-Moailto A. EMtu 114 -Beat early ape-' '2-1
4--Valaria A.. Va. ---Jn lnning 1-2 CIlOsb
3rd Race "U" Native S.P UPie: 3178. 6A:elwea. v:45

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4- anoletE PNat. i dm $15.00e.upsetter.' 1:2
3-Maa E.3 *-fAl- anhtlit I' ,W'1 h"ad.
4-W. Fleet y I. MIS -Ithl. toI U 1-
5 io RC l -0e ."u- 0 '- l fs
6-(Cd. .aond A,. AMg2-Bsutt0 D ,1-

4th Race "," Nap te MU: SI.-. t i: o:-
2-- Manrgete 4.VTdl..1- hrM uptt- ,. .1 '
4--W. fleet 0. Maople' 07 -,l*Iamms t.l.iI- .:,
5---llkin 0, C 112 t7 ,i ii. '- ._-

3-Florera F f..dT10 --ai_ h "Ii.h a.
4-Anagla u. .
61h 'ae "E" ,Ip. ftpei 1 F 4 e.: $is -ofo

1-S. Chum IM. s. lb -1 to :. .
2--, Bargef V. ..115 --at:' "; 'a
3-Bcotch Chium M. Took. l65x-3l h o ea -1..
4-Q. Prtce 0. Mue, 187 -- es o r
---Mallin O. Caft. 112 ,-W'IIet .1
6---Forzado F. Hidal..104 1~Pl eha : l.rl 1

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2--Patriot, E. Corchb 10-H w'kout.... Hi W.1
S-Plropo3 i .. Natm W1lAoen '^8I
4-R. i/fht L. Ortli. 115 p for Bow 2-1.
5-PnPo ej Ict. Ill C-AM II Ibt 2.I 1 ;

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MICh. ~ ae 20, Unlo h tate 13
North Caro. Col. 47, J. C. Smith 7
Fla. A&M 33, North Caro. A&T 13
Syracuse 26, Cornell 0
West Virginia 12. Virginia Tech ?
Colouambia 25, Dartmouth 19'
BOQtan College 20, Wake Tech'6
Rufters 14, LafayeLt' e a1
Pefl State 28, Fordham 21
Wilna laU Weatoan 0
3$,Ma.ri Ha

Whnesets.1i se a 0

Texsa 21, laylbi 0
Abilene Chr)stin S, Auastin Co':
lege 1.3 .*".t .1
Al- :'ema 21, Chattanooga 14
". .St te 2 Memthis State 0
S -t 1 piulate 1.Tulane
; -ti 32. Dickinson 0
I 110. W&M 19 0
IiSH -- Adding to ",'est Virginia State 13, Virginia
late at Th title Down. 81?. Le 6
SO.,are the identical Mriucette 19. Detroit 0
lpjoekeyni, Don. left, and R Pn' "nTfrrq tte 7. Kansas 0
tiglity. (NEAt 'not 2.1, Cornell (T.l 714
v 47Ilpnaratom 32. Wheaton 0
S_ T.' ?wrence 7, Coe 7
y""' -horma 14. Missouri 7
'- -s!ra 27, Iowa State 19
.v':.n Methodist 23, Texas
P&M 0
'"" -R A&M 20. Wyoming 14
-:. '-y 40, Vanderbilt 14
e. T40., North Tex. State
Hoy Crose 20, Boston U. 7
NANS! TER Col-ate 19. Bucknel 12
ANSWTER Pr ineeton 6, H ,rvrd 0
Brown 42. Connecticut 7
-Ad Lehlg 1IS. Muhlenbg .
Heldelrg 27. Sowlna Green. 6
-orthara Mb. 21, Ret el 7
Ohio Northern 20. Fndleay 0
dorgr Sftte 7, Virginia Union 0
Georpta Te.j 20, Clemoon 7
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Those poy; 'who ,a. no
reached ihMlr nIxee oa
by Aug. 10, 1954 and dm t4
play in th. Atlantic PonI Leagui
tha coming season ae rquest-
ed to get t belt appdlatiofs tn
to Mr. Gibson at te rstoba
ghB Sehool before the Nov. 9.
Those boys who get their 4p.
tons will be iud to
team. ThL3 doeLpot ap[ly t
players who were da s las
year or who nh Lttl
EAigue pla7. This augMte oal
to boys Who have not playe
POfay or ut$Je bag e bS
on the Atlnt 6 .
The Pony League i nheed o
utnplaes,( adorekW ah d of
we do not have i secretary. Any
one desiring, to flU ay ofthese
jobs are rques to attpd the
meeting Nov. 9 at the Margarlta
Crubhouse, at 7:30 p. m.
It In hop-d thaf hjr r w ill h

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SBtIaN n ,d toA* called Writ 0,r LforU eae

4 World of y Wa t the
0 MWre atSi- am froM him. nm r
Sat ahy r ate tries to take a-n tr bAe on
rtN vn ee the play and the shortstop r-
C1D mo5t trieves the hal al trow.hbinl
I.s -s out at second. Bneet- batter
The Los Ang w eoM was eventually thrownout any-
ed sodlo b aifu E ay thi ahort4to Penalised
Si ehise ver g error on pl py9-
i t he mns -V .. th- en etcher.
&tthel mn_ -P t tO the Ahnwer: Yes, because the
-ph Wpqr f uhertsto terror eneaI the
thoB aa t nre beaiune J2 n Sbeeh&n Jumped di-
th re are a 3 i r it h- rectly tranL the miot league@
wed i' one-hour .. lno las Wl C ere:'ota
w our. me with BWn .lwt Cleveland
v..Loaott e nd' B, i J without haVlo firrt pIed a
f ttng Li on tfew gu et with the ogera
adSsI l5'1its dodring he regular season? -
S be trsth t the Roger White.
udla.nepeh rumor that the iK- .
M SS.?!.' Thom1sr 0leban' played four
jo ZMxs A US M. will lWrd up ganlaM for Brooklyn dudtb the
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Jumper In NtionalHoiesi

NEW YORK, 1Nov. ?I (NZA) eldn, hi
e Pa 8Smythe is a pretty miss Ilr Charn
W uih a twunle In her eye and ag. a e a
the heart o: a rodeo performer. hiW looks, brought
Those who have een Miss pounds, now h iAs
Smythe call her the greatest or insured fogr 1IN0
thing to ride a horse In a hone -- .-.
a 4ow since the nventionofthe o TOSA ViAS
o cowboy. Tne 24-year Eagltih manage t the outetel
.las made them look-like stuck with It aMd h
Snulae experts captulng the e gray mare into
e women's lntrnatlomal jumping $aln's finest show beot .
champlonshp of the Pennyl-
vania National Horse Show In MiUs 8mne optp
rftrdubfrg house for tourft in
She mowvd into- the National Cotswold il of O
SHorse Show, ening Nov. 10 at taxing over the reoulM
Madison ,Square Ol den, con- r0ing th family's
i dered the toughest to beat a- dower house when her
among men as well as women. dord a year ago. .
The champion of Europe. she .
land Shirley Thomas. 18, of Ot- 2', all part of the dafl
tasa are ihe first two foreign gram when she drives her
women j amprs to engage an orse van far four or five
International compsetMlon the opt the jum g
5-year history of the Nation- 4r place. e hArft
al. They represented the first to their aboes, rides
I real challese to Mrs, Caro horse two or three romiudj
Durand, 35, the American chanm- diden fenes, drives home.
Gpin and t he first woman ever ht
to make an international jump- This done. she tackles
Sla team. administrative tasks, swul
%Miss Smythe trains her own fan l msall requests for h
J umpers, never j" them al- graphs oc "a bit of Toeca's ti
ready brokeni- n." 71
"I tutor them first on the flat A note from British Wh
for general confidence in the stationed tn Malaya arrived
rider." shq explal s, '"nd then "Please," It requested, -i
Jump then, over a plain pole u a photo of you-without 4
stretched between barrel. A set horse!"
of horse show lumps costs too
much. I hu Wth my hei n A E
the winter, ptactloe Jumpingn 0m
with t then. Wlen I see
Something I want to jump. I
1 -oOo-
European ju ping record-six ( m) j. .t W
feel 10 7-2 inches. w x t amounts to a
What ar.i the requlutus for to pe with football's
International; show.Jumplag? dibet t n rule,
,'Good .ludgqnenta" testifies
Misr Smythe. You mast rate When an. A.
youi mount correctly bringing player goes
im up to a barrier pad batting site on as lA
him over 1'.. You need physical a b som
strmegth to insure the horses's shoulder He.
obedience. Homies nearly always and geOes G1 u
get too close to the Jump too be'w wheaw bo 1i
sorn unieua you have the turn to i e ay.
strength to Stop them. -
'Wlng.twss to have a go Is Thi hoops are dof
another. Ho ses sense hesitation wir%. Wqverd with
In human beings as unerringly W.
as do, oth'r humans. A rider '" I wateli ee
wlihoiu course doesn'tdo well oach MddI
with the fix.est horse.' Mn a
r-at brditkt two, or th lest k
jumpers Into ur thisa!n-
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IKE TAKES COVFR President Eisenhower ilefti and mem-
bars of his .-tjai ,..Ik briskly tov.ard the White House bomb
Shelter duri ;. a iocrk atomic attack on Washingtcr.. The Presi-
dent spent 15 niliutcs in the shelter, which is designed to with-
stand just aboiu anv known e.:)losive force. Wallkinp beside the
President i v .1 N .en. Wilton 2. Feisons. h:-. special LasssI..

ROME Nov. 7 (UP) ,-
police fired tear
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Ike's Men Readying More Blasts 55
ed when t ese face to lae Damage ra
withed Laa s
Against Truman Administration 'a.*o*fi"="-.".
hnrthe r
WASHINGTON. Nov. 7 (UPj --'ministratlor source Indicated.pose the Republians predocach. the'sur ge acrmeMt v behind and r
A high. so.ce i-e s2id e.vr ilve series havesor. in Office. the Col tieum. Triesteand
said today that ex~aC..Ave ae- begin .!.-arc. .ng their files ever- The administration source- Poce staCon. ed thery wouldet
police statoned theywould see
apartments ana atEc15s are since the Pepublilcan admin- dLated the possible the students ad as It
preparing new corrupLion or ist.ation toJr over last Jpnuary least part '.f the teXt Vhi bombs Into their tbrak ritish co
Communism u:asts at tre ad- f-or eidene of corruption and legrd 1945 BI re~ .W ite march on the Archibald
ministratiUo of oiomer President Communism In the Truman ad- may be mnde publicI DbXt week. rn eso we M t InItaian.
Truman. mi iL-tratioi. Brownell iaid in Chiag t the baatie. Th Ad I and It
Attorney General Herl.rt He noted *hat the Elsenhower the FBI twice Infor td Mr. Tr- hasb a high wall btdi e toF terms tid
BrTwneUl, Ji changed in a adninistrR'.on has fired as se-man of White's atIv h and ere unable to sa io the Ish q
speech yesecuay iaa Mfr. Tru ,u.ity risk; hundreds of federal thot copies of the reports are aly
man promoted a hign Trea.sui y mlo: es, hired by the Dem- In the I files. A earth s be- .. o
official despie FBI wamin ,.. ocrats and -id this was part of ini conducted for the originals ThbM hurled coasl Oi the consultai
that he was suspecLed to t. a -. con inrt campaign to ex-at the White House. wll bat did no a lge. The
Russian spy. theLonda
Browunei'. charge. Involving alBa l. ordered

stoari and a clash between Mr I and ly T
Truman and the Whhle Houe.
orGOP In Pennter sylvaBroniane
speech, chairman William E
JVtler (R-hAd.1 anncanccd that
the enate Internal Security o I
subgommitic. v.ill quiz Ma]. BY DREW PEARSON 4ma wf

Brownell said the FBI In 1945 'Pennsylvania now faces one of the Grundy faction of the Re- aln" a s y r.tewd Oi. te t
sent Mr. Truman a report the most difficult decisions of publican party and chief master- Britteh elbai .
through Vaughan saying Wnite his life He is Sen. Jim Duff, the mind of teoptlan to Dulff.
was a So ~cr spy. Vaughan de- Republican ex-governor, w Its.w "Io,' t De
rnied rejlv n Pnv such com--has been asked by President 1#t- heard f OwnE *Bwu
munlcation. He called Brownell'sienhower to go nack to Penn .-- the ballt =a Wa a I e
statement "d lot of malarkey." Ivania and run for govern..,- did."
Mr. Trunman, in Kansas City.jgain. In view of recent Repuai- W water, Dufit t on theia pt-L
Mo. also denied Bronell's ac- ean defeats in New York and for i-with othddlgttart &T
cusation. He said White was fir- Neu Jersey, this Is considered .iga game of ihong up a
ed as scon as it was dlscoveeed more Important thpn ever. Wh a lkene of his head ot It
he was nt loyal. TlN' White! etty time hitmame was calla,
House reoored, that White was But at the age of 70 this tI a He igt a big had every time hi
not fired'but resigned two years totgh decision t6make. The al- he appeared. Senator Mrt
after the reported FBI warn- ternat.ves are: *. got tttle applause and Governor
ing, that Mr. Truman accepted 1 If Duff doesn' run for gov- pne's head came off the stick.
the resignation reluctantly, It erncr the Republt4ns lose from. People tittered. Some even said
cited a lett-r v.hich Mr. Truman three to five congrebmcen at a t w s symbole. Fine, once a W. .:'".-
sent to White nt the time. time nen the Eisenhower, ad- Duff protege, Is not on good
The White charge i~ just one ministration can Ill afford t to term with the senator today.
of several to be aired. th.? ad- lessen t.s narrow margin in Con- -'t's the reason Republican ri t.
v ---- gress lea ..reso anxious to have p .-
INDuff-rin er ernor. His
I:-.IPHIS. Tcnn. (U. P --Thc 2. If Duff doe. run he loses a larity, they would swngth
first draft of the state's anti rebie'secure place in the U.S. Senate state definitely and decisively
bill was wordcrl o Ihat it required which he could occupy the rest into the Republican column.- II
the dogs not their owners to of his life. He also faces a tough Iowerer, the OGundy, high-
pay inoculation fees. primary fight inside the Repb- t wing of the Republican
an party in Pennsylvania. opaz '.t only s but is wo-
__--- _-_ _-_ _--J As a result you can't blame lte imlned to run a competing
in5 I f for being a little slow a&d Rhpublica in a primary aWaIadt .e E rl
IM45r n making a decision. As a matter, ifr. Recently Oruny ade ao 4
iof fact. President Eisenhower tett annopced that he -
)ot rcalizlng the fight he faces talked with three OOP co y
to save Conress. hasn't pressed leaders wo Indicated thPey
? him too hard But other GOP opposed to Duff's candidacy or
-i leaders have, and Duff has got governor. Some of the .
e to make up his mind soon. Ite denied making the te.
DUFF VS. GRUNDY ment. The incident only
Meanwhile, the senator's an- to make the senator from a
pearance at the President's sylvania score.
T iJ.0 birthday party in Hershey gave "If Owlett kicks Jim Duff a- rt
hot rost people are looking 'rple pruoif of his popularity. 'o," remarked one It bllo. AN h
formsareductionenthedeductions When Duff walked the length cf f "t, will be the b wayr -
I fro areiopaycheckpr the arena the applause was as to kick him lnto the rgite fc, I
_rom their pa rheckr great as that received by Ike. governor."

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DROQFESOR ACTONA, math instructor and
S--tatIUcin, had volunteered to place before the
autherltes the data he had gathered op municipal
corrupt n But be never got the chance. On the
eve at himsacheduled appearance he was murdered
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a chance remark by the latter just before his dempe
was recorded by a machin4r bldej, th e room and
led to the killer's apprehension. w-ee is a transcript
of the wire recording aw played for Detective Shea
who was apsigned to solve the murder:
"I mo0es that one-half the time from Now to aoM-
night ptl eme-fourth the time from mdlnight to
.ow gives me the present Utime. I must present a
similar problem to my claes tomorrow aiorming."
The lead dog of a doorbell was then heard. The
voles of Pofessor Ascons continued. "I don't ex-
pect yon toolght." After a pause, he exclaimed,
"I demand to know what you an olng here.
- Pat away that gun! The explosive solse of a
pistol wa then recorded.
Three pects who had motive, and opportunity
were confronted by the detective.
No. L Carl Tureno, waterfront racket boss, had
an .alibl for the evening except for the hours 6 to
S 8 p. m.
No. 2. Dan Roberts, notorious gunman and goon,
could not account for the time between 8 a"d 10.
No. 3. Tony Cantillo, a go-between for criminals
and politicos. had no alibi for the time 10 to 12.
Aspuming that the guilty party was the one who
could- not. account for his actions at the time of
the murder, which one was the killer?
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IF YOU think the cat at right
1 il both tired and bored you are
probably right. But If you think
the cat at right is a common
housecat, guess again. Actually,
it sl a member of the Bengal
branch of the cat family and is
more commonly-known asa a
* leopard cat. What about the
other animals shown-can you.
establish their identities?
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start with a pan- dot 1 and
draw- a cataiu*
0 a line arom dot.
to dot. In conase.
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Where two B um-
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de a eing.)S .t,
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To iiy wlahto
color the picture

Tommy Tucker
took two strians
and tied two tur-
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trees. ]ow many
t' are there la
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CLP DL. TONGUE AfE steadily at the m4.-above and you will get
S TESTER G the illusion of looking, through a long hollow
i E PRAT rapid- tube. Let us suppose you etre an insect standing
I ly aloud: at one end of the tube (atIthe bottom). Can you
( IT sara" h ,,ag And your way to the other, opingn -center), with-
e n v e- s@My Bomp out turning back and without orofling your own
S" o. t lo sz s a k path at any point? -
SBalors. Give yourself a time limit of Ave minutes.

Two Syllables
like a twin brother;
Each seems 'but an echo-the one
to the 6ther.
My WHOLE may be heard 'mini
the tu'id surgiug throng,
Or where the spring rivulet
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By D. K. Woodman
THE Pentagon In Washington
is often described as one of
the most confusing buildings in
the world. Keep this in mind as
you solve this Clue-Doodle and
perhaps it will take some of the
sting out of getting the wrong
Can you draw the outline of a
pentagon tfive-sided figure) in
the diagram above so that Its
lines cross TWICE all of the
'lines except one? You must miss
one line completely.
One possible solution sla given
elsewhere in the page.

Brain Teaser
A LADDER rests against a
wall. with Its top projecting.
When the foot of the ladder is
16 ft. from the wall. 3 ft. project
over the top. When the foot of
the ladder is 9 ft. from the wall.
S ft. project over the top. How
high is the wall?
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Luisa Cerasoli and Iris Bianchi show off .owns at ew York
exhibit. Elsa's wearing a white, and rpen org gown,
Luisa's in a dance dress of pale yellow.oranzan d Iaris tas
a ball gownh of violet net lace. Creations- are tv Fontata.

IVER HEAR of a highway tunnel that was built on land and then floated 125 miles down
t4he.xiver to its site? Such a tunnel was installed recently between Bayton and La Porte,
TE. QOne of the bulkheaded sections of the half-mile long tunnel (top) is launched into
the Sabine river at Orange, Tex. Bottom photo shows interior of the tunnel, which is com-
pletely encased in giant steel tubing. Tunnel was constructed at a steel plant in Orange.
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YOU getting that Christmas package ready for mamllig
a serviceman overseas? Postmaster John Sheehan of New
ork accepts the first of such packages to be mailed. Mrs.
ione Schwartz and radio's Harry' Wismer (center) look on.

WORTHLESS WOOD is turned into useful articles for the household by Ivan Rudd, of
Ogden, Ut. In spare time, he builds floor and table lamps as well as other pieces like these.

; i'S AIMING foi a bachelor's degree, but. in the real sense of the word. JiA Lewis, oft
Loveland. 0. <4 far from being a bachelor Jim hs five good reasons for bearing down on
-F" his studies at Univeisilt of Cincinnati. Rea..on. are his sons (from left) J3i. John. Dej-
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STODAY WE HAVE a direct quote from the Krem- CLASSY KING'S PRIZE, owhed"by Carlos Albe 'o Fo p-I
lin, and a rare and beautiful thing it is. The words Duque and trained by Alberto Pereira, proved golden its
are set down with nothing but care. They merit care- much too good for the opposition Tuesdayy afternoon U- h na-
Jul reading, for they bear directly on the prisoner of at Juan Franco for the richest horse race ever runm llala o.T .ed t tePub
war exchange process allegedly In train in Korea, and in the Republic of PanamA the $20,000 added Clt- the colorfulaads S t..r view
they bear to a lesser extent on the discussions pur- cuentenario (Golden Jubilee) Classic. the colrtral rdes a t M ones
porting to be directed at setting up arrangements for King's Prize, under perfect handling by ace Chilean anmd t
a permanent truce conference on the Korean war. jockey Jose "Paco" Bravo, broke fast, was rated Pin With 'Ps Ce
So, as has been said somewhere, sometime (it could closest pursuit of peacesetting Great Game during the With tand wo Anastad SO o t- a R ic
conceivably have been right here, a couple of lines first half, took command with ease when ktven his and Anasta ooa rations
back) this exclusive expose of Kremlin thought merits head and breezed under the wire a six-length winner. from 34 countries, the Holy .a Order
Kzothing but careful reading. Valley River, which finished second, came froa o: Malta, official ceremon.ebclmns ana
Kremlin thought, currently, runs along these lines, far in the ruck to easily take the place without the exchange _of deoratiped the
"Oh dear," it runs. "Oh dear, oh dear. oh dear ever menacing the victor. Am ori or close up 0oday which trted lat aset d ded on
deir dear." throughout, didn't have It in the crcal stages y -by attending
This is not all. It continues: "Furthermore, oh sad and was a poor third.' and cramming the beer and til the
sad day, oh hapless moment, oh horrid goof off." Goyboder was fourth and Royal Alligator, Main early ho.r o1 the morniai .
Road, Great Game, Anglia and C'oq Au' Vn trailed Int At bIg olor 'c ed .lifghbt Wbe s..6_ .Centrala
Classic, is the mood of the Muscovite moment. that order at the finish. The winner paid $9.80, $8 80 Ave. from Cinco 4e Mayo PIaN to nam Plaza,
Look again at the tremendouss appeal of Conunu- and $4.40. The quiniela with Valley River returned givbw he Panama. ty a Mardi leo.W ,e
nism for the onnressed and enslaved of this all-too- $68.60. WM I.ia --m's .alsl.'is -M "
inequitable world. Pitiful little Chinese and North Costa Rica's President Otillo Ulate. on whom the : lem aini g 43i e the ge ph-u
Korean privates of the line, perhaps the cheapest honor was conferred by Panamai President Jose Anto- tu r sand ge 'lpty lyOTbeS th e'
.pawns in today's conflict, should their value be esti- nio Rem6n, .presided the trophy presentation ceremno-. *.htre mMny Cainal Zone reldent tak-
mnted in maintenance and replacement costs. nies. A third President, Gen. Anastasio Sozoma, look- ~g auatage of the holiday graol a
Porry sufferers, to whom any sort of pie ilt they sky ed on. aWpA Ca nal on No. 3, to sft.yi h, o
""-ruld annel more than their present humble lot in It was the first time in history that three presidents As the Independence Day stiv l to 0-
WiK- virtually unimprovable except at longest- shot in office simultaneously witnessed a local horse race. 16n on Thursday. near oradt cSide le -
odds. m Railroad trains to the Atlantic Side 'lle bun-
Former Panama Featherweight Champion VPederico dreds of autos ammmned he Trans-lIthmian Highway.
If there were any men to whom the-pipedreams and Plummer finally announced that he dan no longer -
promises of Communism should aoneaDj ore than make the 126-pound weight limit and gave up his Despite the huge crowds aid heavy vehicular traf-
their handful-of-rice daily lot on the o=*rearth title. Plummer will campaign in the 135-pound class tic only four deaths were addition to sev-
they know, they would seem to be the Chineis and in the future. --eral injuries from tight, auto accidents and oldups.
North Korean privates of he line. Meanwhile, the two leading contenders tr the One of the deaths occurred n the City of oon w
Isthmian featherweight title Isidro Martinez a boby boy drank kerosene, the othei three 1 the
.. But what is the coolie private's answer to the large, and Peduq Tesis signed to meet ina .1940wnd interior -. one man was found dead with LO bullet
economy-size Nirvana offered by the Red regime. champlonsilpf at the Col6n Arena to settle tlhe holes in him, another was kli. .lnto duel
right to wear the crown. and a third drowned In Rio neat
A chair ovdr the head of the representatives of such The bout is a benfit- air to collect funds for % anam&
enchanting ways. Spittle in the eye of a pleader for the construction of a new Col municipal library. The injured ncuded 11 msebers of anmu
the peace-loving people's republic. Nothing but un- c. o 4 City pole .ban who .wti llurth" _at -
printable words (they're in Korean, you see, so we Reaction to baseball's first rule chaingb t two years swelyed to a hi lttingR Ma. w t o
-crn't oblige in English type) for the gentle mission- indicates batting averages may be a little i l next side street and oorturned .ida .t h br of
aires of the Siberian wastelands., season. Imusical en*trutab. There of l."tini re in-
Rs The Major and Minor League Rules Committee pay.- Aca! y enough to require hospit
Right now, the Communists and anti-Communists ed the way for a change by reinstating the old sacril- l
seem to be about in exact agreement about the future fice fly rtile. The change means a batter will not be a the a 0"ed to .
of the prisoner of war 'explanations" in the Neutral charged with a time at bat when he fies to the out- t~eflbo,:lnMi,*
territory between the occupation zones of Korea. field and a runner scores from third base. The nnule b" .t
does not apply If a runner on first or aeond ,ae sUwy.
Neither side wants any part of the affair. advances one base. m e**w e ai Is
The Chinese and North Korean prisoners did not Manager Marty Marion of the Baltimore Orioles phere.
want any part of it 'in the first place. Seemed to says the new rule should help some much 0 o -ii i.-
think it was going to be an international shanghaing as 20 points in their average. & It will raise averages The Canalsr d- = a
expedition. Sr'h is the warm sweet confidence on for good hitters." says Marion, "and serve the same. was f Se 'ws0
orce-oopressed people under the fruitful sun of Corn- purpose as a hit." .t.' at-
munfsm. Former Cleveland manager Ossie Vitt agree...but U!
Vitt doesn't think the change will bring bkt hme .400
Now, having seen the results of their efforts, the hitter. Says Vitt "It should boost average abott .
Communists seem to want the "explanations" even 10 points." .
Tles than do their former adherents, pho at least ex- o --0
tract from the occasion the pleasure of spitting in a The sacrifice fly rule originally was adtIto4-W, as* .
Ccmmunist eye. 107 aad remained on the hooks until 19*. It wan SL
restored for one seasonW a 1939. .5 a 1
Last week the Communist, interviewed about 500 General Manager Jim Gallagher of th C f '-.
4Chnese and North Korean prisoners of war. Of these, Cubs chairman of the rules committee aa. -- -
some seven elected to return home. with, these who say the change will bringtoW1i99W
Big dialectical triumph. ting. marks. de.*
re t- Fw ee nthb rg h Five n whI iu.
One- splendid dpv. they retrieved three out of about Gallagher points to the 1939 season when the Five. xen who burgblaHet *o -.
1G0 interviewed. This massive average was bent some- was in effect. "The American League's overall batc Co. in 5,ta.d, wevre t S J,
Swhipt when it was discovered that one (or S3 1/3%). average dropped from .281 to .279," says Gallagher. ranging fram fou r 'to e bi ..
of the parentt re-converts had been certifiably in-, .'But in the National League, the overall average went gas, 20, .M2.
sane all along, anyway. u;" from .261 to .272." year terns for ,.M
a i o -- which lrthey sold to & e t a rim u S.M.
Great stuff this, for the Comrwinists' world pro-, If Illino*s and Stanford meet in the Rose Bowl, that
Sppeanda. "How popular can you get?" they might well New Year's classic will feature a top rushing tea a-. The other tree defedatllats., Iamon todriue. ,
ask themselves. against a oo passing outfit. Thiophiht i orM s, aM Uatn B. -Garcia 36, who.
Latest NCAA' figures show llinois lead the *A each were gten one u et-Eittalty tl entpet fOr
The answer would seem totbe the'mocking laughter in rushing' and Stanford is second only to College stealing $8 worth .. yS Oguipment.
presented in choral form. of wlat mav be the most of Pacific'-In passing. 0 -
hioless eroun of its slse in the world today tho*ie The Illini have'gained 1,WN yards by rushing in six Capt. John Andrew Jr. rlved'P JathbmuaS. no
thousands -of former Chinese and North Korean, aol- Rames. That'Oin average of 29M-pofiht-three porgame. was named sucessor to r sap Wsaoia saui
d.'ers who hpve been left swinging In no particular Fvrman o iseconl with Cincinnati Univerly trD. Captain -of the Port abR Cr .
direction at all. In passing, Colege of Pacific has gained 14 yards ...
on 71 completions. That's an average of 12y t- A gro f ofwom tent US. ewasien td -Pan-
Eight now though there have been a variety of of- seven for 8lx games. Stanford with 80ompletioms ema bi. a etsof the U t Fruit o ,
If's and non-watertleht promises, they know not in seven games- has galoed 11-hundred abd 4 yards before atd .o Costa R ica WhOre th w re 6t-
wyat their future la. They have the faintest notion for a 160-polnt-slx average. ,... tel4 n the laUsufttilPna rt Ps 'JoNere.
of whpt nn-t of the world it will he In. let alone wheth- '
er they will ever see their families again. Cincinnati Is the overall offensive leader. Th4 Ohio _pe W 11_at- ll h I
school has averaged 311-polnt-fouir yards er e a 4I la ot- the ew aOrlean I ",--
o"lite a few undercut Communist promise. of re- seven ganeej Utah i se ond with a -37.- a .
tl"rtion to the delights of family life by pointing nut average and Illinois ranks third with 71-poht-two. .t h trl
th-* .'ame Communists have already killed same fa 0 and .
allies). The future of the Philafdelb o- A's has been- laeed t t e
In the hands of veteran leaderr Eddle Joust. Life,
vet. despite the thin trosprcts for the future, they ExeuUtive Vice-Presdent Roy Mack anma j and
T" i" the fattest promises and persuasions of oinm- before noontime Wednesday that Jooet"had a foren *
wn ism. one-year contract as manager. The salary isn aYB l .''
in the light of this reaction of men who know ed at $30,000. JImmy Dyke whom Joost replay, ha-s s 1am h
communism truly and bitterly, what matter the 400 been asked to stay with th A's in a t off ob.
o' so Americans. Britons anl South Koreans holding Bytes' contract has one- r to run. for
out pgainst repatriation? Joost, Dykes and vice-preeident HIlearl tQ FnB 7* .
a -ommnittee in charge of deciding on player srades ined. '**;
Look at the thing percentagewise, if no other way. and theirr policy matr --- --
The fight for human hearts in Korea has been a tre- W ier ;" of altap
mendously greater victory for the United Nations then Jost says the announcement surprised u as a t
ever was the fight for a few chunks of undesirable snuch as anybody ee. The 37-year-old .
real estate, like Porkchop Hill. says he was at his home in tdlagain'sev m. on t-eo .
nl whef he received a all t I -a-e .Jtr

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great and small pleasures of aa eT, though season. Thea
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Time and my father were always good friends,
Ever aware that friendship depends
On giving and taking; my father knew well
That time and its ways could always compel.
His deepest respect, for whether or no.
When time was ready it always would go;
Nor all the-persuasion of eloquent rhyme
Could sway for one moment habitual time.
My father was clever, he never held back
Nor even attempted to alter time's track
To one of more leisure, for tact was a thing
My father employed with the grace of a king;
Of time he could make a friend or a foe,
So when he grew tired he simply let go;
And-the* i e crossroads where grass soft and high
Offered whImiMes and star-clustered sky,
With no Interruption to time's busy trends,
Time and my father partetbgood.frieods.-
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Zifferblatt lawd it gently m the sam.desk of a huge houswl
ville, N. Y., Pasienger Douglas Storer was to uprid b

(From The Bookman)
Remember the pure machine,
That brief and dogged thing, yewr ~w t.
When fear In windy at your bones,
Or when your lips are wet on lips
.Remember it:
Asking no leave to throb
And, throbbing, stil unconcerned
With purpoese beyond its stroke.
Renember what It Is that drives
You to you grief and joy;
And how it thunders, desolate as waves; '
And stirs, remote as south wind, through your breast.
MaKnight DMack
(From NY Herald-Tribune)
Cloud shadows move across the hills,
Slowly changing, the shadow of the straight tree marks
the grass.
Light sifils small-winged fluttering shadows between
The dial throws a dark line on the hours,'
And steel wings mark the earth over which they pass.
You stand between me and the sun,
T bear your shadow as a cool caress.
But time, so long ago begun
And swiftly moving. *
Only time Is shadowless.
Kath lae GarriUu Capln


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tenants get together
through our want-ads
every issue. Tur n to
the want-ads. Check
thAem now

Every moth ... every week.. v .wry diy-
than all other daily papers-il PaaM, c.abmd I -

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look out of his office on Sacramento'Bias u-tree- 'It t.flingit t
Sstudded- capital Squre,. w I t m d i,
Supreme out bi looking oet sei ei.e.- hand eue l1
what surroundings the tired fa el- mageS At
of Washls .,nD
Across the Capit plaza from the Sutmre lUdfre ii

ing, and he looks out on row of moeftye N e .L. tlo
Ings, neither Colonial nor Moer er, ~ed d&e- a. l W i5abp
ing Whgta growingala. m hi rM M r t-
The do chief 1ustiehoever, doest bale N l en i bee. afiidM *Saspes^a
OucehE I to look a the scenery. Swoenly ap-
pointed to the nation's hlofe t bncb. d h. A we a i.
brief and write of ctlia -o *h f5 that o I wt
; se hne en tde.g m ert lo t ate t. : inter. ,u J was 4 f to t. a u
Sheldm does e get to bed ore al, across th .inB maotr e1a
doe. he out to dinner. h. o oe .- r te l c

era, o W h harrn sonce aointecomSle _y. Ohmh*e owota 0,
hCafor e utirtem.Theyasewther *rosec ioot a t ereenioMb $ h o
"ver r of PCalifornia at Lo eles defeat pea *t, i on, I Blnhozw leaden t w aTMa
S t, an thechiefJ justice felt r. B a-
n Warren i still in Sa mento k ttate hat -there delay in
Sa fter mtany yrs of eaU Iwth uggatr tiaI order
_manathe ee t~ 'nthe ite a e I tlhng
Three the War dre-two and a ce oer tn borde
- The ..ther attracttle Wawna children, who _As a regrit, It looks as. if not merly Al phe
Owa -eio, ilntio miuoef plt A.r
WasOgn eety od looked forwd oentr- u oner o the tprc catte ud
talmn p for 1te sow ssalttan 4ta inTi sed. at the i lke must
chieifasUee Is lving h a ohe-roo start ero the line. mayor ot a
ment on 16 r a town, d one ba
If it wasn't for aU he hd to do, War- ari for e cattle asnce e ve
Wa e aolng hio m o1on an "- -. s,, Is t le reason for delay in
Meahe hisoere o messenger, cuton ot an itervento by Jhn Mor
OGeorgae Bwna a Pu do ef enhower leader In oillea
portr o the tarfth te r no ailt a
oa bou V- s friend, Theodore Lyons, was
". peIutstegaOioctr 0. p(stom e New Orleans
rthrll et ther e we of m after lthe eatties were smubgged into
trtherrreneao Lou ana stated that Lyons hd been.
r 2ew it over eai r te cas
ot.sxniho n en'd n fSoe l o n t e l e l a n .a
Th60io h w of plt de sustoml poe," said Wisdom. ':tbat
a l rwawat y ofn, cth pr with the Repubib an
Peflta are a x $dIW ethte up. aaVON, -dut the treW tplayno nrt
ins d emibnated the air figtg tnJ a w & t merits. ...
Mere are pertne1nthexcerptss trOn i5 Id b a reed o f cattle" wiedo
't.;feore c rte was only trying t i n-
one n f Svet ant crat gun all h any
ene aAntung. -.. .Q f eatw mUn. ea,
Wr"ate g~e Svies o.were trying to -:t*e1s the ZT b .1118Wayn tuinra onfod seelkto
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)wy'o-.Things are becoming more corn-
S. There a fresh industry conduct-.

Si a business in teaching g people how
t *0 manyieeks ago j stod the b k of gp the telephone. this Is long overdue,
Jok I a. disobleyeed ome Iea e sOld4.eU LIn ainmshamed didn't pioneer the field my-
wal to Ii the border Bridge of the of J bself..
beWI iUh M a Syrian fort., An Arab Legn Iate b o the .
n W.' lwa4fy unalung hib rifle. My friend g tbbed me and The science of telephonic conversation, and
pul e bk. he denMon of telephonic manners, has lagged
W a7 t r~~teaoble or Incedents, they told me. We-wAit iad behind 1e I development of most modern ap--
can -te,4hey said. The Arabs need our machl es', t misges w to daily living. There is psbly more
Indtia need thea food. United the Middle agt can rudeness and inefficiency channeled into Mr.
a gret rket for Aberica. -I BdlU's laUenton than in any other form I know,
1Mo r, I a ke at length with the Israeli foreign minister,. Inouding global diplomacy.
Mo a L 'Wht was said was off the record. Buta& th. .
er hen war seemed imminent on the scorched Holy Land Not many of the gripes can be laid to the
h otke heavier with history than they are with rock, 1 service Itself. The gals who handle your call are
i to Wshlngton to offer what I knew to some friends In almost 1 per t wonderful In their patience
t Department. s. .d system, where it exists,
re I rned that the CPO had Invited Secretary of State is al o a-ei.ect &s ehanics cap provide, It
Du to Its convention--and he will be there unless a NATO In the cussters wh. use the spoken smoke
eo m takes Him to Europe in mid-November. Dulles want signal re at fault.
h to sonak to CIO, his friends Ray. For, they believe, it : -
m one of Ins t major *leeches as our foreignp minister." n Distanc hWs w in the sys-
The believe be will resign about the first of the year. te.m, and o e Is notb.. ou .e Ia se say-
S enough, if Mlues does come he will be one of two ofI lng: "Call orator 0oubl4ro i= ton."
SPresi were's lIepubllan Canbinet who will be warmly You call Opetor Double.Zerff .he asb left for
re nation's most militant union chiefs. the year, and; her auccesaeor- ne -eard f you.
The e will be the new Secretary of Labor, Jim Mitchell. After long and troablo" session, wich
who V W, l, with-bhim Ike's message to the gathering C0tve- Itivolves your name. address telephone num-
land week f Nov. I& Mitchell will tell the convenn that ber, and a wild guess as to who might be calling
th te is ready to revamp the Taft-Hartley law ald to you. the gal sya oh, yes.wlUlyou hang on please.
armanumepts for consultation with labor leaders on while they dig the cyphers out of the file.
r tha p* for Mitchell and Dulles will not deter Proel- You wait and you wait and you wait, and final-
dent Wan Retthe a her CIO leaders from launching ly she says that your party Is DA., or don't an.
the neA IW M bgJar'i war on Mr. Elsenhower. From then on awor. An hour later she calls back and says:
out, tWe NhOIN elf. "Ready, anw, with Houston." Youwait and you
So vi personal blasts. Now the wait some more and you bear her saying: "ar..
PresMent to ha-. the country "to unem- ty's oh the line," but somehow they can't dix up
ploment atta will be bitter, Indeed, the devious dope who originated the call. Then
1 The uweh nit Duiles' resignation are say- the por girl adnits failure,.and 1if you arn smart
Ing th t a GoVernor of New York you ring off and wait forthem to locate the
and qt aorhft^ fhafre I a tof course, a chance that he originator, which may or may not take a week. '
wltO aVI tof chair In the cabinet.
be rp diff se-.between the APL and CIO It is my belief that people who call you on
couvn mWattida Senator McCarthy. The long distance should bear th brunt of the labor
Sr r41201 crAt tlom of the investi- involved since it 1 their private proposition.
Snatfth eWE o i and that, they should be ready, on the line be-
cmI L of'= course0.b1a Br W19ooa0s1 fore the operator corrals the re-elvin% end. This
duow rorM i t. uio me of Rug-
i- Thee t r movie-
severmuaattfbakth .T age now constructing
aipe".,llerse-mers i U adand Kiev. only
trpad ls IhM hav't yet produced any -D feature films forI
WA GEc75Y^OP iree Edsover pon les Q: P.e *k nI
Conres cr c e imate-timated. With only a four-sea e i
i and aquay a minority In the Senate. the
Rme a to matck the labor co- WA INTON (NA)-Lidles in Republican
SOOP s weakest. The quarters here have looked over the figures
S. Jan a, t as tbV powerful salq. that ls--of women members of state
l a riweating with a travel- lel re.
S. pical lady lawmaker Is about 53 years
a 4r9at iamit US Republleah workers old, married, the mother. of two children. The
Its memia ea s repremtatve rom average has a igh school education with one
year of pec ad tul. About half hadbeen7
IUB 1W) U eMM area. f a w eseloa, five schoolteachers.
an'itag Rl ot17rtr wit meIw nprbe- 'tbs survey also revealed that women politl-
W saumodlsl to cis hav a wide range of legislative interests.
thlls wm gor whal .B tod to pon ~etrate. hoWever, on anti-
i ti s .n absntee voting. women's rights.
eue0watter, e health, aid to the handicapped:
-ia nto P later-
o IMF _11r-_.- away hubl the Sodal

pa% the other day.
.W .nu. t M military kt tache of the Yugo-
eon Nou paroles, l me e- si bwy gave a diplotittle tea.
portt only alabird wth l us h ess -wee the wife of the military ,
otha Otde. att of the Soviet emhasy and -the wife of
Toe Miaden auturitis are being pressured t free Jaues mltary attache from ehosovakla.
M nard Van Dan Dterhd. as Frank a Jacmt,. Murdered I '. ze -,hs
Bolshevik leader Leon ATr8 13 years ago a r' sharp' IRlSzAlI AT WORK .
alpenstock. Jackson, sent up for 2 years, in e lille tor parole
"~ -~ nh ~ Jt r "bureaucrsy works in Soviet Russia
TOdAte, Attorney General Brownell has put I3 of the coun- iltsted by-t s t from the Moa-
stry p aketeersin the docket for deportation, including All cOin* "L aerery G_ 4 =
ft eeMutiener) Apastias.a and Joeotoals Adoni a. The goy- -B .stores in Ite R.i have been flood
S ernment now a. going afterrTrank teuo. a pu hed by e ukraan Acad

Sfa rwor Ps ,No. W-RelsaS agept
ifuewit asi M tiUlS to adapoy oemmwer Pu
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Jaraw Herngo Ite.m *7
"A far,-away MongoIla. bc, which has'
bem zten w n(or brochure' on unth d fsh-
Ing. emm I =thou=an>1 2,es aof a book a-
16hItpriet In Baa Taic In. Moscow.'
auita without a theater concert
Se getting pies of
ar. whose ppulatIn la Ientirely Rus-
Sreceived all its sehoolBooks t Yakut
S TuJa and. Oriol, two regions which
Weuhg t calendars. have received them at last.
The t the year INS.9"

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rISOM t PROBLEM P: eorwer Congreuwoatk a Mary Norton of New
*do ~f wit. ree-ftly testqd to C*er resl-netion as a
Sbt of whM to do with tbe mB-9M W- ie of the DeOtic Rational Committee
Ita bomber O whah w nb he made 4ith ts simple ax*Iiatton:
Oeft f ta t oMbe hasiM bn a woman to be 78... she should
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especially applies to people who call you at mid-
night and chuckle: "What time is It ,'" 'ou
A special hell must be devised'for ai or,,aia-
tors of phone calls who preface their remarks
Switch "Q4ess who this is (giggie, giggle)" or who
give fictitious names in a spirit of high fun.
This punishment win be shared with the un-
couth louts who call and bark. "Who isthis?"
or "Who's speaking?" without any proper- den-
tification of who-the-bejabbers has the crust to
A slightly less unpleasant hell has eot to be
pooled with bibulous boys and girls who call
tUs Just to gab. and then persist in putting com-
plete strangers on the line to say hello to Good
Old You. I have noticed that Southerners are
most disposed to the mass telephonic interview.
unless you count people from California, New
York and Miami. -
In the East we have another lovely little piece
of rudeness, in which the tycoon commands his
slave: "Get Armbruster on the phone," and the
slave gets Airmbruster on the phone, and says:
"Mr. Terwilliger calling." Then Mrj Terwillfer
finishes his dictation, has his shoes shinec.
-pinches the stenographer and absorbs a sma)!
slug of nerve tonic before he lounges over to
the nhone. In the meantime Mr. Arm1"-ser's
^-""'e could have crumbled while he held the
I 's my expefilenie that nobody but the British
really knows how to use a phone. When thew
answer they don't say hello, or yes. or nii to
you. They say: "It's Smith, here." there (",- -.
pletely identifying themselves, and declar;nv
themselves ones for business. They waste sm4ll
time in aimless good-byes. meandering through,
each others a pedigrees, but bark "Quite" or
"Cheerio" and blinking well ring off.
The telephone Is here to stay, and it's about
tin'-' we learned to use it right. The first step.
should say. would be mandatory capital nun-
ishment for the. Guess Who kids. as an example
to the other sinners, some of whom hang up
v,,en a man answers.

n Washington

The bomb bay of a B-34 is big enough to car.
ry an P-84 Jet fighter. A B-34 mother ship could
thus fly 5000 mile towards target, launch the
fighter to fly. 500 miles farther, drop a bomb,
then fly back to hook on to the B-36 again.
Department of Agriculture reorganization sill
make a number of changes in the names of old-
line government agencies.
The changes wil be a- follows:
ARA to ARS-Agricultural Research Admin-
Istration to Agriculture Research service.
JE to FEB-Extension Service to Federal Ex-
tension Service.
OFRA to PAS-Office of Foreign Aericultural
Relations to oreign Agriculture Service.
The old PMA. production and Marketing Ad-
ministration will be gll split up. New agencies
created will include:
AM---Agricultural Marketing Service.
C88-Commodity Stabilization Service.
The'old PMA Committees wil become CCSC-
Community; County an-' State Services.
Any doubt pato .hither.the 1954 election cam-
patikhas started ...n now be dispelled.
Political .seots coing Jackc to W hiqngton
from the Northwest have brought .sinle of a
little pink card being passed out by the thou-
It reads:
Omese te the DAM GIVEAWAY
.t te- far fro Team Donme
Plaee: Niagara Falls; them HeIs Canyon
It i enobler to give than to receive.
Lew-set, power makes *oly the peemle richer.
so eIme Me the RepsMteas pwrify yve
by 81v0n1 yfr water wssres s to the
--V-The Cadillac Crusader.
n the ever side of te card is a post-script
wich re~lds:
A4y skrteumeit that we will alse ve sway roar
tral iTietrteatie and r ral telephone nre.
raoi at' this time Is pnoltlvely premature.
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By Ralph K
By the time the Ancon reM.w-
voir had been removed, the hill
taken away, the trees along An-
con Boulevard removed and the
slopes of the hill changed beyond
recognition, we knew it was nev-
er going to look the same again!
How right we were! It looks
better riht now than it did dur-
ing the past 20 years anyway.
The new houses look real nice"
and for those who can fit Into
them must be most welcome. Fori
myself I like a house with stilts
and space underneath with room
for the clothes to dry. the chil-
dren to play, and a little storage
space for an extra pair of shoes,
a trunk or something like that.
However. my neighbors In An-
con with the new houses aic
happy. One can see their satis-
faction in the pride with whi. h
they are improving their homes,
adding features to please them-
selves, spending many hours and,
much olata to enhance the ve-
getation around them.
Flower raising is unquestiona-
bly the most popular outdoor
sport in the new area of AnconI
these days. Mowbin lawns even
gets an assist from many h,1s-
bands. Everyone appears to be.
doing something to. or around.
his house. In fact, it appears
that these houses In Ancon
might better be called homes, for
they seem to have claimed theI
affection of the dwellers there.
Yes, the brave settlers In rejhu-
venated Anconr are becoming sol-
id citizens. Some are apt to be at
the Commissary, or taking aI
drive but we can walk around
with the camera and visit a few.
Care to come along?
In the cottage next door, tVic
Friedmans are working hard on
their lawn and flowers. Paul hai
been on his knees many houris
digging holes in the ground, re-
placing soil, and planting flow-
ers. But he wasn't home when
we calle dso Beverly, his wife.
we called so Beverly, his wife,
chore of tending to the flowers.

Settlers D or

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. Skinner)
eat, up everything choice he
plants. He has strung pieces of
glittering tin foil oh strings a,-
round his land -to discourage the
nightly marauders, but it does
not help too much.
Straw-hatted James A. Lyons
on the corner told us the same
sad. tale. The deer eat most Qf
the better plants and flowers as
fast as they can grow. They
come down .from Ancon Hill
nightly and clean out the work
of the Ancon gardeners. The on -
ly sure protection is a fence a-
round each plant and- this is
-both expensive and displeasing
to the eye.
One resident of Ancon pointed
out that in Pennsylvania the
deer are so numerous that every
five years there is open season
on does. He intimated that he
would like to do some prolific
shooting on both' bucks and does
that are eating upr his lovely
plantS, Is. there a solution? An-
conites would like to know it.
A real showplace in Ancon is
the Harry A. Dunn residence
with its two orchid houses ias
well as plenty of lovely ones Jn
the patio and the Tivoli Hotel in
the distance.
. Harry Is more than an expect
orchid fancier. He is a recorder
of orr.,'ds. Each new one that Le
handles, and they are many, is
photographed several times In
color, and in black and wHite for
future reference. Aq. result, the.
Dunn collection of orchid pic-
tures is a museum piece,
Around the circle lives AIt 0'-
Leary, who likes golf. There'r a
nice level lawn behind his house
and so Arthur, his son, is getting
plenty of instruction and hopes
to get good enough to trim- his
father one of these days.


Robert Van Wagner shows the string fence with tta foil wblehf mle iSf tU Wi
from raiding his flowers. ..

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Down the sharp hill we can qee white, and all the intervening
a .windrpill It belongs to Aloysins shades. Then there are violets
S. Zon. In gay colors, it makes a which are white tipped with
merry addition to the landscape. green; Each baby violet has .its
Jimmy de la Pena, who lives name and planting date on a
nearby came along just rn stick in the small pot, and the
time to serve as a scale to show lady keeps strict watch Ave'r her
the true size of the windmill. pets.
There were holes dug beside the
windmill which will be filled John F. LaRue, Jr., likes to ex-
with roses, we hear. periment with auto engines. His
And here are the neat hedges, Mercury (no ad) will do 90 in
the well-watered plants of Wil- one mile from a standing start.
liam A. Gribbons. He does a Or mebbe in a quarter mile. Thle
yeoman joll of seeing that U1.i day we photographed him,. fe
flowers get all the caie tlu'y was arguing with M/Sgt. C !
need. And he works in GArringt6n who has a Henry J
that he may absorb the same car with a Ford V-8 engine In ..t.
sunshir.e as his flowers! Who' could do the fastest mile?
Up tl e s'npe is Robert Van They explained that most speed-
Wagnei and lie has the sau-e meters indicate a. faster speed
problem as Grilybons. The deer than the ear is actually making

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Joihn F. LaRue, Jr. (left) talks hopped-up engines with Clif Garrington. Nin-ty mies
an hour is their aim.
but they have theirs regulated diences even as it does nis days coming and It you'd like a
for the real McCoy. Neighbors and nis cute face ano picture report on -the Empire
Now. note that these fellows red hair would wow a television Street new houses or later, -is
don't do 90 around Ancon or fan. Corozal townsite let the edior
Balboa. They belong to the Timn- znow.
Ing Association which uses aiir Now we didn't get to inclu"1
strips like Chame or La Hovr. many of the Ancon settlers. fr; One tnling appears sure. Tnl
for their tests. The',' runs are one reason or another. TherC.'s Ancon settlers have derived
straightaway- without curves, lthe fellow who lets his kids ruri:more pleasure from their n-w
and safety rules predon4nate. out on the driveway in Septer -I homes than most Canal Zoners.
Fiber morn attire and the maid They have "fixed them up."
Heading for home we sawiwets them down with the hose Icherishea them lavished attei-
"Snuffy" Chase. If ever there It would make a cute picture' tion on them in a way that iV-
was a TV potential star on the but meb'oe he wouldn't like it ;dicates basic satisfaction at ..-
looie, it'a Snuffy He has a voic rupying the houses. For to them.
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Bv Victo Riese
The Phone Business
Not too many weeks ago I stood on the barren bank of the
Jordan River. I disobeyed the Israeli soldier's Instructions by
walking, towards the border Bridge of the Daughters of Jacob,
beyond which Is a Syrian fort.. An Arab Legionnaire across' the
narrow waterway unslung his rifle. My friends grabbed me and
pulled me back.
We want no trouble or Incidents, they told me We want and
can have peace, they said. The Arabs need our machines, our
industry, we need their food. United the Middle East can become
a great market for America.
Later, I spoke at length with-the Israeli foreign minister.
Moshe Sharett. What was said was off the record. But the oth-
er day, when war seemed imminent on the scorched Holy Land
hills, which are heavier with history than they are with rock, I
"lipped Into Washington to offer what I knew to some friends In
the State Department.
There I learned that the CIO had Invited Secretary of State
DuUec to Its conventionand he will be there unless a NATO
conference takes him to Europe In mid-November. Dulles wants
very'much to speak to CIO, his friends say. For. they believe, it
may be one of his last major speeches as our "foreign minister."
They believe he will resign about the first of the year.
Oddly enough. If Dulles does come, he will be one of two of
President Eisenhowers Republican Cabinet who will be warmly
received by the nation's most militant union chiefs.
The other will be the new Secretary of Labor, Jim Mitchell,
who will bring with him Ike's message to the gathering In Cleve-
land the week of Nov. It. Mitchell will tell the convention that
the White House Is ready to revamp the Taft-Hartley law and ls|
making arrangements for consultation with labor leaders on
the project.
But the respect for Mitchell and Dulles will not deter Presi-
dent Walter Reuther and the other CIO leader from launching
the new phase of labor's war on Mr. Elsenhower. From then on
out, the attack will be against Ike himself.
Previously, the CIO has avoided personal blasts. Now the
President will be charged with leading the country "to unem-
ployment and depression." The attacks will be bitter, indeed.
The same circles which predict Dulles' resignation are say-
ing that Thomas Dewey will reslfn as Governor of New York
and quit politics shortly. There is, of course, a chance that he
win be offered the Secretary of State chair In the cabinet.
There will be one sharp difference between the AFL and CIO
conventionsthe outspoken attitude on Senator McCarthy. The
-''fAFfc record reveals comparatively little criticism of the lnvestl-
eating senator, us was no accident.
The CIO will, of course, blast the man from Wisconsin.
Talking of McCarthy, for some reason, reminds me of Rus-
, ala. The Soviets have lust elalrae they Invented 3-D movies-
several generations back, they brag. They are now constructing
.special "stereo-movie" theaters In Leningrad and, Kiev. Only
trouble Is they haven't yet produced any 3-D feature films for
exhibition in these theaters. -
The concern in the highest OOP circles over possible Ion o.
Congress In 1*54 can't be over-estimated. With only a four-sea
margin In the Bouse, and actually a minority In the Senate, the
Republican strategists now are planning to match the labor cam-
uatgn In th* industrial areas, where the OOP is weakest. The
Republicans will start early in January, juat as th* powerful
labor leagues win. And the OOP Is experimenting with a travel-
ing school for politics In Massachusetts.
There the plan is to enroll at least 300 Republican workers
In eaeh of 1$ vital districts. This means one representative from
each ward committee.
Halls will be hired In each area for a weekly session, five
weeks in a row. The evening will start with lectures In prac-
tical polities by state teader*-and followed by socials to
et out the young people, and especially the women, for whom
the AFL and CK> are also launching drives this campaign.
The former blackahlrted followers of the unlamented Benito
Moose Jaw) Mussolini hav been conferring with fellow ideolog-
ical Fascists throughout the worldand hope to launch an Inter-
national labor federation this winter.
: The lead In this drive to draw worker* away from the Social
Democratic and Christian unions In Europe has been taken by
the Italian Confederation of National Labor (CISNAL). Its chiefs,
who avowedly believe m a totalitarian state, have pledges of up-
oort from labor units in Argentina. Mexico, Portugal, Spain.
South Africa and several Arab countries.
While the country's talking about prison paroles, let me re-
port that labor extortionist Joe Fay Isn't the only jailbird with
powerful friends on the outside.
The Mexican authorities are being pressured to free Jacques
- MOrnard Van Den Dreschd. alias Frank Jackson, who murdered*
Bolshevik leader Leon Trotsky 13 years ago with a raaor sharp
alpenstock. Jackson, sent up for 30 years, is eligible for parole
next month.
To date, Attorney General Brownell has put 31 of the coun-
try's top racketeers In the docket for deportation, Including Al
ernment now Is going after Frankic Costello. ___________
Sunday Crossword Plsale No. Me Releas* Sept. 27
Herewith And aoluUon to Stutday Crossword Pa. '
ate, Ne. MS, Published today.
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NEW YORKThings are becoming more com-
plicated dally. There Is a fresh Industry conduct-
lng a booming business In teaching people how
to talk on the telephone. This is long overdue,
and I am ashamed i didn't pioneer the field my-
The science of telephonic conversation, and
the definition of telephonic manners, has lagged
behind the development of most modern ap-
pendages to dally living. There is possibly more
rudeness and inefficiency channeled into Mr.
Bell's invention than in any other form I know,
Including global diplomacy.
Not many of the gripes can be laid to the
service Itself. The gals who handle your call are
almost 100 percent wonderful. In their patience
and ooliteness. The dial system, where It exists.
Is almost us perfect us mechanics can provide. It
is the customers who use the spoken smoke
signal who are at fault.
Long Distance has the most flaws In the sys-
tem, and one Is notable. You get a message say-
ing: "Call Operator Double-Zero in Houston."
You call Operator Double-Zero She has left for
the year, and her successor never heard of you.
After a long and troublous- session, which
Involves your name, address, telephone num-
ber, and a wild guess as to who might be calling
you. the gal says oh, yes. will you hang on please,
while they dig the cyphers out of the file.
You wait and you watt and you wait, and final-
ly she says that your pa-ty Is DA., or don't an-
swer. An hour later she calls back and says:
"Ready, now, with Houston." You'wait and vou
wait some more and you hear her saying: "Par-
ty's on the line," but somehow thev can't dig up
the devious dope who originated the call. Then
the poor girl admits failure, and if you are smart
you ring off and wait for them to locate the
originator, which may or may not take a week. *
It is my belief'that people who call you on
long distance should bear the brunt of the labor
Involved, since It la their private proposition,
and that they should be ready on the line be-
fore the operator corrals the re-eivln? end. This
especially applies to people who call you at mid-
night and chuckle: "What time Is it "' vou
A special hell must be devised for ah or4uua-
tors of phone calls who preface their remarks
with "Guess who this is give fictitious names In a spirit of hhrh fun.
This punishment will be shared with the un-
couth louts who call and bark. "Who lathis?"
or "Who's speaking?" without any proper iden-
tification of who-the-bejabbers has the crust to
A slightly less unpleasant hell has got to be
peooled with bibulous boys and girls who call
us just to gab. and then persist In putting com-
plete strangers on the line to say hello to Good
Old You. I have noticed that Southerners are
most disposed to the mass telephonic interview,
unless you count people from California, New
York ond Miami. -
In the East we have another lovely little piece
of rudeness. In which the tycoon commands his
slave: "Get Armbruster on the phone," end the
slave gets Armbruster on the phone, and says:
"Mr. Terwilllger calling." Then Mr/ Terwilliger
finishes his dictation, has his shoes shiner.
pinches the stenographer and absorbs a small
slug of nerve tonic before he loumes over to
the phone. In the meantime Mr. Armh|-,'*ier'.i
r""'*e could have crumbled while he held the
I's my experience that nobodv but the British
really knows how to use a phone When the
answer they don't say hello, or vea. or nu'< to
you. They say: "It's Smith, here" there*' cw-.
oletely Identifying themselves, and declaring
themselves open for business. Thev wast- sme'l .
time In aimless good-byes, meandertn* through)
each other's pedigrees, but bark "Quite" or
"Cheerio" and blinking well ring off.
The telephone is here to stay, and It's about
tin i we learned to use it right The first step,
should say. would be mandatory capital pun-
ishment for the Guess who kids, as an example
to the other sinners, some of whom hane up
v-^nn a man answers.
Peter Edson In Washington
WASHINGTON(NBA)Ladies in Republican
headquarters here have looked over the figures
statistics, that isof women members of state
The typical lady lawmaker is about S3 years
old, married, the mother of two children. The
average has a high school education with on*
year of specialised stu! About half had. been
The survey also revealed that women politi-
cians have a wide range of legislative interests.
They tend to concentrate, however, on anti-
discrimination, absentee voting, women's rights,
education, child health, aid to the handicapped,
welfare and conservation.
With the Trieste ..ews making the front pages
pretty regularly, an interesting item of tea-cup
international intrigue appeared on Washington
society pages the other day.
The wife Of the military attache of the Yugo-
slavian'embassy gave a diplomatic tea. A list-
ing as hostesses -were the wife of the militar'-
attache of the Soviet embassy and the wife of
the military attache from Czechoslovakia.
The way bureaucrr-v works In Soviet Russia
is illustrated by this translation from the Mos-
cow weekly "Literary Gazette":
"Bookstores in White Russia have been flood-
ed with a book published by the Ukranian Acad-
emy of Sciences called. "The Fecundation of
Danublan Herring.'
"A far-away Mongolian Republic, which has
been waiting for brochures on hunting and fish-
ing, received thousands of copies of a book a-
bout 'Experiments In Bus Traffic in Moscow.'
"Vellkl-Lukt. a city without a theater, concert
hall or symphony, has been getting piles of
musk for the last three years.
"Krasnodar, whose population Is entirely Rus-
sian, has received all its school books In Yakut
"Flnallv. Tula and Oriol, two regions which
requested calendars, have received them at last.
They are for the year 18."
< Jersey recently tu-ned In he
The problem of what to do with the B-36 hi- member of the Democratic I>
rcontlnental bombers which wit soon be made with this simple explanation-
descent by the faster jet bombers has been "When a woman gets to b
irtlally solved. re'lre."
The bomb bay of a B-3S U big enough to car-
2 an F-S4 Jet fighter. A B-M mother ship could
us fly 5000 mliee towards a target, launch the
fighter to fly 500 miles farther, drop a bomb,
then fly back to hook on to the B-38 again.
Department of Agriculture reorganizaron wiH
make a number of changes hi the names of old-
line government agencies.
The changes wiU be a. follows:
ARA to ARSAgricultural Research Admin-
istration to Agriculture Research Service.
E8 to FESExtension Service to Federal Ex-
tension Service.
OFHA to FASOffice of Foreign Agricultural
Relations to Foreign Agriculture Service.
The old PMA- iProduction and Marketing Ad-
ministration will be all split up. New agencies
created will Include:
AMSAgricultural Marketing Service.
CSSCommodity Stabilization Service.
The1 old PMA Committees will become CC8C
Community. County an-' State Services.
Any doubt as to vhether.the 1954 elecion cam-
paiga.iigs started ..p.n now be dispelled.
Political scouts coming back To Wr^ungton
from the Northwest have brought sorrn'-* of
little pink card being passed out by the thou-
Jt reads:
Oeme to the DAM GIVEAWAY
Set tee far frese Tea* : Dome
Place: Niagara Falls; then Hells Canyea
It to nobler to give thaa to receive.
Law-ees' power makes only the peeale richer.
Se ce;ne see the Repablfeans earif vea
by String year water resource* to the
Fewer Trust Meneaaly.
__ ,. The Cadillac Crusaders.
On the reverse side of the card Is a post-script
which leads:
Aay sfe '.ement that we will also e"ve sway veer
rural rtoetriftcatlm and rural teleohon* nru.
gramf at this time is positively premaiure.
Fore er Congresswonwn Marv Norton of New
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Time and my lather were always good friends.
Ever aware that friendship depends
On giving and taking; my father knew well
That lime and Its ways could always compel
His deepest respect, for whether or no.
When time was ready it always would go;
Nor all the persuasion of eloquent rhyme
Could sway for one moment habitual time.
My father was clever, he never held back
Nor even attempted to alter time's track
To one of more leisure, for tact was a thing
My father employed with the grace of a king;
Of time he could make a friend or a foe,
So when he grew tired he simply let go;
And-thTi altfac crossroads where grass soft and high
Offered white-Walsles and star-clustered sky.
With no interruption to time's busy trends.
Time and my father parteTKgood friends.
Jessie Farnham
(Proas Tbe Bookman)
Remember the pure i-chlne.
That brief and dogged thing, yew Jiaari,
When fear In windy at your bones.
Or when your lips are wet on lips
Remember it:
Asking no leave to throb
And, throbbing, still unconcerned
With purposes beyond its stroke.
Remember what It Is that drives
You to your grief and Joy;
And how It thunders, desolate as waves;
And stirs, remote as south wind, through your breast Mack
(From NY Herald Tribune)
Cloud shadows move across the hills.
Slowly changing, the shadow of the straight tree marks
the grass.
Light s'jiiis small-winged fluttering shadows between
The dial throws a dark line on the hours,"
And steel wings mark the earth over which they pass.
you stand between me and the sun,
I bear your shadow as a cool caress.
But time, so long ago begun
And swiftly moving.
Only time Is shadowiest.
Hat-aria* Garrtooa Chapia
DROP IN SOMETIMEProving that n port'is too small for his Bell 47B helicopter, Pilot Irv
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ville, N. Y. Passenger Douglas Storer waves to surprised bystanders before the 'copter takes off.
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REW PEARSON SAYS: Kail Warrea ftods Su-
preme Court fpll-tiaae leb; Basasen* *_-
ato air fightiu* in Korea *s,Ht eatsIs-,
Louisiana catUe-m_gg__* conspiracy wM
be enlarged and vigorously preeeeatod.
WASHINGTON Karl Warren, who used to
look out of his office on Sacramento's palm-tree -
i studded Capital Square, now sits in the marbled
Supreme Court building looking nut en seme-
what drabber surroundings, the tired fall foliage
of Washington.
Across the Capitol plaza from the Supreme
Court building Is the Congress whose laws he, as
Clef Justice of the United States, will have to
interpret and sometimes rule invalid..But his of-
fice is in the rear" of the Supreme Court build-
ing, and he looks out on a row of motley build-
ings, neither Colonial nor modern, erected dur-
ing Washington's growing pains.
The new chief justice, however, doesn't have
much time to look at tbe scenery. Suddenly ap-
pointed to tbe nation's highest bench, he finds
the other justices have had all .ummer to study
briefs and writs of certiorari.
So he is spending every minute catching up.
Seldom does he get to bed before 1 am. Seldom
does he go out to dinner.
Once he took time off to go to Philadelphia
with Warren Olney, now assistant attorney gen-
eral, who Warren once appointed counsel of the
California crime commission. They saw the Uni-
versity of California at Los Angeles defeat Penn,
4* to 0, and the chief Justice felt bettor.
Mrs. Warren Is still In Sacramento packing up
after many years of living in the executive
mansion there.
Three of the Warren childrentwo girls and a
boyare studying at UCLA;
The other attractive Warren children, who
Washington society had looked forward to enter-
taining, are also remaining in California. So the
chief justice is living In a one-room hotel apart-
ment on 16th Street, very much alone.
If it wasn't for all the work be had to do. War-
ren confesses be would be lonesome. But Mrs.
Warren is joining him soon.
Meanwhile his considerate colored messenger,
George Robinson, who wanked as a Pullman
porter on the Southern Pacific 30 years ago. Is
able to reminisce with the Chief Justice occa-
sionally about faraway California.
If there was ever any doubt about the use of
the Russian air force In Korea, the North Korean
pilot who stole a Russian Mlg and flew it over
to the U.N. has now dispelled it.
This column has now seen a copy of pilot No
Kum-Sok' revealing report.
Its publication won't particularly disturb the
Pentagon, but should seriously disturb the Rus-
sians; for it shows in great detail bow the Rus-
sians dominated the air fighting in North Korea.
Here are pertinent excerpts from No Kum-Soks
"In addition to one Soviet air division, there
was one division of Soviet antf-lrcraft guns
stationed at Antung.
"Since the Soviets were trying to Impress the
world with the story that they were not partici-
pating in the war, all Soviet personnel was clad
In Chinese uniforms.
"The biggest losses were sustained by the So-
viet pilots. The reason for that was that the
Soviets were to set an example on how- to fight
the Sabres. Korean pilots were told that the pol-
icy was to conserve them until such time as all
foreign troops would be withdrawn from Korea
and the North Koreans would thus be able to.
settle the war with only the resources of so-call-
ed 'People's Republic.'
"The Korean pilots were flying old-model Mies.
The Russians always flew the latest models
which were superior to the new Mlgs given to
the Koreans.
"But no matter how new the Mlgs flown by
the Russians, they were still shot down in large
"Oat of an the Soviet air divisions which ua-
^^.tfeinendoua 1om uring this war. one
air division especially, in the summer of ltS
SmS^S1 .su_h W* Umea thtt the ni<* officer
f the division were punished. -=--
-,_^U.b?Ufrh ll WM suicide to continue the air
-_.__K-'y !^__ _? (B*d) Uote were foreed-
^_.*m2__,' ""_*> -"*-* the Xree*
5fJ2fL,_ *_ br"_ they would scurry Jor the
sanctuary of Manchuria. As soon as thev saw
ton.T&*VPta,S, w_ "ramble-to
&_? J_ the ManchuOan airfield so hurriedly
2-l__?^-W com5.,n fnHn ho" of th2
runway at the same time.
because of these disorderly landing*, many
> were destroyed in addition to those hot
^SS.J VS wJtn Jo U these mishap,." T
__SK?_rhta drA,-*_Je JMe*P to freedom, tbe
Sabre KItmn **** "* b*%n -M0*** to Inspeeta
/'A* re*-lt of my observation of the tech-
nical devices in the Sabre." he -aid. "i fouito it
** H*? _>rlor that I feel that if I were to be
ranted the opportunity to fly a Sabre I a*
joritlve I coul destroy any Mig no matter who
.^?vf 8Cf<,1 f the half million dollars worth
f Charolis cattle smuggled Into Louisiana from
a hoof-and-mouth diseased section Tltako
tost summer Is now broadening into what may
be quite a conspiracy. *
U. customs officials state that tbelr delay In
prosecuting the smugglers was In order to eol-
t5c eYT?fnce -- the cattle over the Mexican border into Loui-
As a result, it looks as If not merely Alphe
Broussard, owner of the prize cattle, would be
involved, but the truck drivers who brought the
cattle across the line, possibly the mayor of a
Louisiana town, and one of the men who has
been caring for the cattle since they arrived in
Lafayette Parish. ~
This, officials say. Is the reason for delay In
.5T??cut,on.!.not any Intervention by John Minor
wisdom, chief Elsenhower leader in "Louisiana
and attorney for Broussard. '
Though Wisdom's friend, Theodore Lyons was
appointed collector of customs in New Orieans
shortly after the cattle were smuggled into
Louisiana. Wisdom slated that Lyons had been
careful to abstain from passing on the case and
that it had been handled by Milton le Blanc a
career subordinate.
"I told the customs people," said Wisdom, 'ttbat
I wanted my connection- with the Republican
Party and President Elsenhower to play no part
In this matter: that the Issue must be handled
purely on its merits.
"This is a "great breed of cattle." Wisdom
argued, "and Brousasrd was only trying to Im-
prove cattle In the United States."
The activity of the Tustora* Bureau definitely
Indicates that no oolltlcal pull has had any ef-
fect In this now famous cattle-smuggling case.
It is also annarent that Wisdom did not seek to
exercise political pressure.
It is unusual, however for either the Customs
Bureau or the Department of Agriculture to
leave smuggled Dropertv In the hands of the man
who smuggled It, and the cattle, for five months,
were under the supervision of Broussard's son
Charles, pastured on land owned by Broussard.
Discussing the c. '..He-smuggling case. Wisdom,
an ardent and eloauent defense attorney, plead-
ed: "If anyone else had smuggled something
Into this country they would have oaid a fine
and that would have been the end of it."
"But smuggling cattle from a hoof-nnd-mouth
disease-ridden area isn't like smuggling a dia-
mond ring." Wisdom was reminded. "A ring
doesn't carry disease. And the last time hoof-
and-mouth diseased meat was brought into the
United States It cost the taxpayers millions of
dollars. Thousands of cattle had to be slaughter-
ed throughout the Southwest to eliminate hoof-
and-mouth disease." _.