The Panama American

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Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

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
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01775

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.' THIS .15 YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN The story is not in Hlrr,.4l- P
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come and go throyb te side
and out of Harry Truman' per-
0-- sonal office. H6 was a -a l o
The Mail sox is an open ferum to, readers e T* Penem Amr- powerful that hei plot es4
lke. Letters are received gratefully end are handled in a wholly coati- the er White.nt who plar.
the government who aftMow
[ dePial m r t kee ent traitors to the Untitd tW* e .
It yeo eatribate a letter don't be ImpatIenttt doesn't appear the came within 60 seconds.t
eat day. Lee are published l the order receive in Harry Tr uman tb e
Pl)kme fry to keep the letas limited to seee lath* entire government lyt 1
I Ideaty. i lette written is e in strictest celidence. gram. In fact, Mr.'-d
Tis ewsper assumes responsibility or tflatem ts opiloMl those papers drawlsiP, re
pressed in letter from remser his own signature. Hrie *M
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SFOOTBALL PARTY This mystery men was Har- .
"iear "Citizen": ry Truman's personal friend A (
Pertaining to your letter about the football players the. oth- score of us know his a.a
Ser night, what is your proof that they were football players, does the FBI. So do es.4
Sand not just a group of older boys chasing over the events of the Dept. So does the" CliVn
'game? Commission. Mr. Truman hil
Knowing the majority of football players, It's highly im- has said that the man. had great i
probable they would be at such a party. The boys feel it is an influence over him.. .
honor to be on the team and respect the fact that they are in
training. Why don't we name a im pub,
Anyway, don't you think they would be a little too tired licly? We can't bee the
after a hard game, and not stay up till 3 in the morning break- cific proof is in ven t e
ing training rules? and the Federal files 'afs
In your letter you described the picture you had in your House property. Tey a pro
mind when you passed the stadium Friday night. Don't you it. Perhaps they Wl Biu
suppose those nights would be more important to a football play- right now there is thii 1f ever
Ser then risking them all by breaking training? Harry Dexter White,
Were they players, or just another group of boys; think be- '
fore you criticize. We waned of eWiSI. l4NI^yars.
fr yu -The Bulldog Fans. ago. Just as w'r it thie a.
tion abbut the m ]tpre.
TRICK-OR-TREAT STUPIDITY Nobody listened, th ea It was
Dear-Sir: smeared as politics just ai today's
That letter in, the Mailbox about the horse being painted on charge is being smeared.
wolloween as a prank, a prank which has caused suffering to a .rr .h u
Sdcmb. animal and unhappiness to its owners, only. J inga o the Of course, Harry tte. W.. .-..
fi.e thai'ecessity of the Canal Zbne authorities to ut a stop to was a Soviet Agent. tr e s i a ---_ _
the trick-or-treat stupidity that reigns, among others, 9q the group of newma dlosi and
Canal Zoile. The Canal Zone Police put out a bulletin o te rsreferrent office ils 'av fo
effect thab no one has been killed and so, per se, it haid~ben a We told abiet aled lJuce si.
god ld:cel~ration. Allah be praised.J1 nee abl P a rcqu. Jus
Sgod eelfbtion. Allah be praised. Dept.ocials labor leaders suki
Whiy don't the police stop those preposterous parints who preme Court is -StatDe pt.u
haul their children from town to town to get a handout? Car career men and Sao
Ioadg arrivee in Ancon especially from Balboa and Di blo eig~to White House secretaig for ybars.
; and even from Panama, begging candy and money. I don't mind Nobody listened.
Giving candy to the kids in my own neighborhood but when I
* have to provide for scores, hundreds from all over the Zone and They not only igired us and
SPanama, then its time the authorities called a halt to this beg- the FBI. They, ignored the Civil "
' ing racket. Service Commissio wboie seeur. In a way I am .
S What kind of parents are these who drag their brats from ity files are terrific e- 1ai fatts, GOardner from -p ly paht si
i one town to the other begging? The same kind of parents, no This is a flat statement the O because the kid ea ko north
doubt, who give their spawn a bucket of paint and tell them to feet that the mlgent 1us 0ntry folk uA rt i up to ll
; go out and paintsa fence, or a oar or a horse., Anything for fun. officials, ineludig iet cer of the large aple. I mean that
Bratless Zonlan and thRe Wte fi a been A e being "emotot ly unacure" .
;*- .., ,' a,, aware of these facts anice l wi. w at the soul-pearer call a "marrl
They hknew that Heay Dexter all a th itrsttc
White was the man who caed in go Sway back, a.i S yo
Soviet agents from all over thq Ito out ofth eti,
country and planted them as ea n et. for a oeam.
work in sensitive Federal Age o firs
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Harry Dexter White th 8mitht~el~, N.C. to Wn
Russian master n re or a& f oe i 1 to handle,
ry Silvermaster, tor,.

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now living comfortable a
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te. ermasterIleft a teach- around tomart
Ing job at Mills College in Oak- Amhber ,l dae r-
land, Calif., and sred to Washlngl player will strive' I peabMo~ for culture
ton;.
When the Shaw love-dream soured into ordi-
Silvermaster was one of a bled nary nightmare, Ava had a logical complaint. As
of Soviet ,ecoibmists who worked I recall the quota it wa* apmething like
their waY high into our gov. wanted to educate me. He made nme read t
emrment and so were in a posltioln time." Heavens to Biuty what hol happened t6
to affect financial decisions which.loes yIoue a 'A bal e GaOrd Er,
could make or Tr.- nil- I ".. and he w o a her to read?
ernlpents. Thus they toppled Chi here you got kid up from the sticks.
desnacbedb-ww* .un fo the fit time, and before
SlIvernaste was described be- SPh l-'IM4~1 dhe hs already been ek-
forw a Congressional Committee by oed' tofn e Artle Shaw. Then what
Soviet ,courier Betty Bentley han ei A bhl t
'"te head of the most important ad ttr. mind vo,. but what
and active 9gfup" of Soviet agents the wold call a blfighter of the
she contacted regularly. Th .lP wluichi eens that he has to pav
SilUermaster was the transmit.
sita link'.btwden the Soviets and
Hrry Dexter White. To make this
worA easirt -; and significant of
th Memit. the Soviet espionage
lS IO'USE, Kir iunlry-looki g feline belongiii to iparai for us SIlverm as
and Mrs. Lawrence Hamilton, of Pittsfeld, Mass., shows no 1 11 a Job in the Tress-
itespect for age and very little humility. Little does it know that urivilService o-
the goldfish has reason to be smug, for it has outlived six of the -will show that they. WA.I]GTON-(N eos icani Invove
lHamiltons' cats. Now's senile 21, the fish is 150 years old by ei this. They couldn'at. in vve
human standards. It once survived being clawed out of the tank ..tho e1lY l, s the Cil S'r.
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Contests Tonight CaN.No I1
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th-: contest poored by the or- ne by Oran
)U .Y a ..ow. 13 ganizations of St. Paul's Church solus = f ItUue, useaMd l
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Thursday on his RoadWHU tour, p. m. of Panuw Hasel, the
wUl address th PUs Nn- CeafI., HoIslel which
sembly today I his roatid of The standings in the contests 14 tens of milk in her
social and official aetiviti. as they go into the flals are as The new champion, ponw
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Sreans, shlverins In. U_ t .~. Contestants for kin-: Tincoln
coIld snap of thl winter., ined Hammond, Rogelio Dowtn, Bag-
th streets of eoul yesterday to lo Fergus, Eric Hurley Jr., und
welcome thd uim vice prOe- Alredo MaDon.l REMINGTON RAND
Idnt and hisw FILE SYSTEMS
Nlxon tanned the veloom iontestants for Queen: Shella mi h 'i V Su-t-'
"tremendous" but fid he W. Osborne, Virginia M ey, -Mar- p sysrstemi e
moe impressed Ik tha shat- cel, Boweu Priscilla Lashley A
S tared bulldmn a othr su and Cynth Tomramln o. W MadWot-C. Wat
Sof war In the city. henaYTem Want Ml
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ing school children "w't chap- hfunt. He also will confer with
Sed hands and chapped faces" U. S. and 3outh Korean military
from the cold. and government officials. He
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'helio'o something In E lsh.' tely for two hours with Pls- T .:. 2-2010
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Plane Collision Minister Ha ted
BUENOS AIRESNov. 13 On Sp ar
Two Argentine military baS
plaris collided in fii*ht yester- / 1
day and officials said at least 15 INGSTO, TftnaliP, Nov. 1
1ersons, including women and (UPI Former Edurcai.. ;, i-
chidren, iled in the crash. ister Lester Simnmonds and Vin-
children, led In the cent Truman, a local newspa-,
The crash occurred betw. n :p rnolan, have been arrested on
th' t villages of Villa Mugeia "' -.es of sclri'v7 state secrets, it
and Maizaics in Santa Fe pro- w as announced today.
vince 150 miles northwest of A brief police announcement
hei ,. .A brief police announcement
An Air Ministry communique mod an Truman
sn itry eco paired to s3ll secretss to a'
Ail: plane fling f group of merh-l-n." but gave
Co t military plane finsg fro-no further details. Police offi-
SCoidoba to Buenos. iAres col- ciel said privately that further
lided with another Argentine arrests are Ike .
air force plane coming from the a -e
S opposite, direction. Numerus Simmonds aseved a.lBducation
victims were involved in the Minister from 1951 until three
crash." weeks ago, when he was fired
without explanation tby Colonial
The Air Ministry refused to Premier William A. Bustamantte.
release the number of dead un- A constitutional revision earlier
til families of victims were no- this year extended the respodi-
tihed but Santa Fe officials sibilities of his post to include
sai' the toll was 15. social welfare as well as educa-
tion.
One of the planes ersahed on an
a small ftrm and burst into Truman is a senior reporter
flames, police said. It was at for the Kingston Daily Gleaner.
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 13 (UP)
The Army, which lost its
Air Corpn after World War II.
today issued a call for more,
fliers to go into its expanding
air program.
"As a result of the expansion
of Army aviation, eligible reg-
ular and reserve officers may
make immediate application -
for Army flight training,".
the Army said.
1he* Anmy now operates iP-
800 aircraft, from small ob-
servation planes to traajport
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11 Antenna
13 Prayer
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15 Chemical salt
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19 Peer Gynl's
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34 Deerlike
Inamlmal
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40 Society (ao.)
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS R ES' TS -: jp
Household Automobllsm .. .. he a MIS. lt" a r CW.,. c ..n1t1 poaI t N "
FOR SALE: Kitchen sink doublea FOR SALE:--1951 Chevrolet 4-door 201 Ame C L i ne. Ph 1Moa ".14 4
basins and drain board), porce- sedan, Power Glide. Original own- ,.,
lin, cabinet file Breakfast tble r. 13000 ml Curndu 6 5 DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Cinic.. WILLIAMS' frt Clart Bch Ce- '
Central Avenu a "K" strutj.. to"& cantotom Mode 0.1
with 2 benches. Mattress double FOR SALE:--1949 Ford Tudor. Good Corner telephone "K'2-e79 I t.m0 r Lkop, l rteble, modem "
(foam rubber). Vegetable cabinet. tires. GooI condition. Duty Paid w.eknd,
Floor sa:e (steel). Metal cabinet. $750.00. Tel. 86-3272. Albook. ATTENTION: Christmndi 1 C6ming! -
Ice box, glasses, telephone, cab-ij Choose your furniture and make Grarlich Santa Clara Becth'fottages
nets, benches, venetian blinds. FOR SALE:-1951 Oldsmobile Holli- %our down payments NOW at electric refrW ition, tOV
household items, dress material, day 4-door De Luxe Sedan, Radio, HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE moderate trals. Phop5 -441 r .
household items, HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE oPho
Telephone Balboa 1413. House directional light. 14.000 miles and take advantage of the wonder- 4-567. .
595. near Bolboo Gas Station. Best offer over 1,775 00. Coc ful flies offer:
uSolito I-A Third S __ The Furntjre Is Your' With Only Ba
FOR SALE:- One 9 cu. ft. Westing- The Furntre Is Your With Only e "
house rfrigeraor. Good condition. FOR SALE: -- 1940 Buick Specil. A Small Dawn Payment lrn *.I /
Porcelain in and out, $65.00. Good tires, ;ood motor, good body. No Intere;t Is Charged 'an __. Ao __ _eO
H-louse 083- Amador Road or call duty paid. Call Pedro Miguel, 4- e We Accept Your Old Furniture As Houns en Ai I 4
2-1580. 355. Part Payment. I
We now hove a large assortment of .P
FOR SALE:--6 ft. Phillipine Ratton FOR SALE:-.1949 Chevrolet 4 Door New. U:ed ,nd Reconditioned. or t -
diningroom table, six chairs, excel- De Luxe, radio, tires new. $850. Furnmure at prlcel tht cannt be FOR
lent cond;tton S175.00. Porcelain Can be financed. Phone 4-569. comoored. I K
top, exten::nn leaves, kitchen from From 4 to 8 p m VISIT US AND BE CONVINCED 't o
chairs, red and white $35.00. Co- T ISTHMUS BY PAN Our Furnilure Store becomes More
co Solito 1-A Third St. LEAVING THE ISTHMUS BY PL Our Furn1lu.eo Store veomay ,ore I'
co t I-A Thd St. WITHIN THE WEEK. Must sacri- PHO OL EXCry Day! FOR RENT: chalet,
FOR SALE: Radio-phonograph inl ice my 1952 De Luxe 4 Door HtcOUSEHOLr EXCH .SANGE ed(o: block hmm 50t- "
perfect cor.ntion, 14 lubes, second Chevrolet Sedan. Excellent condi- Ave. Nac.onal No. 41. Tel. 3-4911I ftren corner llthlt from 51t 7t
street No. 4. Vista Hermos. tion, only 15 months old. Phone RADIO AND AMPLIIER REPAIR Avenue aen Fier rt phon0
FOR SALE:--Livingroom couch and Gomboa 274. SERVICE: Guaranteed Work. 3-2958.
choir, 25 cycle Frigidaire. mohog- FOR SALE-Buick Riviera Dynaflow. All paris used treated for tropical'
any diningroom set. 2614-B, Co- 1950 model. Excellent condition climate. Tropical Eleqtqonc.ll Ce IFO RaI NTI I
coll. Consider trude for smaller car or 45 E. No. 2. Two blocks pst Bell
FOR--SALE:--Owner leaving. Mohog- truck. Call Mr. Barber 86-6163. Visto Theatre. Apart~i ,
FORP SALE:-- Owner leaving. Mohog- .2,
any livingroom set. Household FOR A BFOR SALE:- 1951 Bla .
items. Extension choir, new wool. convertible; upright piano, onFO r S ALE Trlrdl Lu built 7:
"H" street No. 30, Apt. 4. Magic Chef stove. All excellent: e. "*, faIs.h E t "*ie t W
CR SALE: Beautiful modernistic condition uoa reaonably priced. 'I iO ellaIr'eso h W Tl- *e
FCSALE :-- B eautif ulmoderisti C a P n a 3R AL "o epho Panam o 3 -*a 3 IG.W .Tel.
n ne piece diningroom set, proctic- _Co Pnoma 3R SALE:-Us y: uto- FOR RENT: Aairt,#
ally new. Original cost $600, will FOR SALE:-1949 Nash Ambasso- motic washers. exthears, corn- g,. 2 bcdrgm l din
sacrifice for $350. Phone Bolboo 4or, overdrive. rodro. good tires merciol gas dryer. 110-22 volt. 1 room, porc, lar kthen
3336. Excellent c.ndit.l-. Balboa 4311 gas water heater opoCaty 650 dry-room.re, he ki nI and
FC- ALE:-One partition for porch. after 4:30 p. r ga. per h.or commercial iron- both, hot water. Fr fu r fer-
-00. Telephone 2-2420. ing boards. 19 0 Chevrolet Sedan ences please coll Tel, i S96 3-
dANT r BUY delivery, g:ad condition, EJ Lava- 4282.
Do- feor BURGLARS, thoroughbred W ANT L I BUY t tc 8054, 1nth. Street Tel.
C "'AN SHEPHERD PUPS. Tel- 1467. Col"n FOR RENT:-Aportment with furni-
r '.r- Bolboa 1389. WANTED TO BUY --Pick-u,. "Mu- SALE 9 .- .i ture for couple wlrtho*t lildren,
bleriac Tui6n." No. 200 Centirc SALE 948 OldsmobIle 98. 4- CetralAvet ,part-
FC* <-- ouse bar, $95.00. side- ncacor sedan. radio. $850; 4 piece nt aral At i lopa
L $15.0. No. 17, 2th St.- Avenue. __ biE.co-n .t $100; gOs range $50; i at
, F 'b.-o WANTED yuir refrigerator as a de'- freez. $350 Quorers 41 AJ- FOR RENT-F-ne furnished oportment
SFO :--Wring rtype washing trade-in oQ a new Cros!ey Shelv-- I brce' Phcne 6185 or 3105. ottractive.residential section and
r.. ~ 2 yWrings ld E t 61 dr Cyrnos, Tvoli Crossln 2- F-OR AL'-Sma upright plan price. Pait;llo Rood No. ; .
r. :ne. 2 years old. Flbo 63. FOR SALE m upright plnp
SFOrP SALE :-MAhoganv din$roa- ---- $250.00 Coure in business ad- FOR RENT:-Two rooms finished
t. like w for $250. Origin l WANTED:-Spinet Piano ip almost mnistraton, $40 00 Tel. 2-1282, apartment vith private kit wn for
re. $375. 49tf Street No. T new condition; good tone and ac-, Pnnoma a caupe. 4th St. 7040 B=dwaoy-
price. $375. 49tl Street No. 5. ..
Spic- 5.9 Sr N tion; phone Panama 3-0732. FOR SALE-i948 Nash Sedan. Melendez Colon. -' *
FOR SALE WANTED:-Steam broiler 35 to 50 condition Kohler light plant 200 FOR RENT:-Tw. bdr a 4.0-
horse power with electric burner. wattl China closet, champhor manf, with ho" ltr
i Boats & Motors fully automatic. Tel. 2-3303 or chest, other household furnishings. Avenue No 58. Tel. 2p1 P
write Donbror P. 0. Box 1083 corn grinder. Call 2-2677. Hoase ama, 8-12 N. 2-. i
FOR SALE:-Beautiful 14 ft. by 60 Panama. 5508-4 5t.. Diablo.
inch beam, all"h A hogany De Luxe A ui -Fur hd rt
,~ fishing t. Abe ~D Callf Aftfr m. nd maid's roa. Pl-e3 be so
A. Peru Aviit. 0 ftletuy rnl aa kind as c 8 calls -4775.
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FOR SALE--22 Ft, Inboard Cabin WANTED: Ponamanian girl for large doll house, ten electric Responsible wple i:8 t or 2 bed-
Filhing Boat. 'Redy to go, licensed secreqrlol work with good com- 209 Gorgas Rload. Ancon. room furnihed apartment for or
for 6. Excellent buy. $595. Aber- pony in pleasant surrounding.. t to three months. lt' e itwf W
ncthy, No. 99 Peru Avenue. Good English, experience in lypng C W. Carter.
S Ooand shorthand absolutely necessary CUSIC.C -COrt
/ FOR SALE:--20 foot Sloop "Lucky Salary -based on experience. Sent
Ly." c to llTee conditin. sales, complete background information (Conthlued from page 1)
priced to sell. Telephone Balbob including referces and picture if
6310or6315including references and' picture if of course. responsible reed,
6310 or 6315. -possible to Aportado 705 Panama feeoumrsn obedience e o ~ ci. fi
%'- freedom In obedience to -RRthe la DRE.T:--opec;iay' his
o O N WANTED4 Two experience me- of human reason and obedienc d room, quiet, cool, al nvenmn-
LESSO NS ch ani- P*Lrment work. Apply to the moral code. d roomr qu cool.4l ntleen.
From 8 to 11 a. m.. 6th street, Other White case developmeq s Smith. 4Fo r4 4jerogle.
UNIVERSITY OF=PANAMA I Paie tl'vwe.r beside Cine Rio Include: Str4 tra
i*ten-ive Spaoish cause for Enofish %t.---- ---. 1. Brownll, who started the T9 treet.
l oakirn people from November 17th whole thing with a speech Io FOR RENT: Ms, 4th
WJonuary 14th on Tuesday, Thurs- Pelican Tree' Chicago last Fridav. accepted a July A
ay-nd Friday. Elementary class invitation from Velde's commit-
tom 6 to 7 p. m. Intermediate from Featured Book tee to testify. Velde said no date
7 to 8. Credits extended, on request, has been set but arrangementsl
to students having High io di- 'ChIldren' Wt.' are in progress for an early "
plane.. Registratio already opened Children sWeek meeting." --s
eg 't 2.. T. ISmar Caudle. former FOR SALE:--W Roafu. Con
SI 4n exhibit featuring "Th, aslstant attorney general whom creebose, thr -deoarlor i
mDmistl f lft il ~l Pelican Tree." a collection ol Mr. TrumAnd during the diningrom. ijoe
Dems Di gsi Vft l local stories and rcmrs tot tax scandal Investigations of vard0 offers Pela ,I
Uar ..l mch*ldren. will leatire the local! 1951, I.t0 e Sente Investlna- Soret C.It l o .10
Mlnunfac turers TX observance of children's book tors he 1Mw an alarmingg" FBI A
WIek Nov. 15-21 ,n the Csnan!reT aWhc In early lA. C *
o Ir" n n Library -Muse un in Wo' ppolntment wa es ,tpaney..1m 0ilr
In n New OPit on togClark <'mm phe 5
n 6the Civil Affairz Bulding in An- r the Senate. He poit, rd'
WASINGTON, No. 1 (UP) The display. lo(nted In the general, but noth-
WA GT Nov. lrt two !Igh',d exhli cases
The Dmocrttic igesPt pr- ton the ueum. entitled ,
dieted today that the adlhiBtin o- l. ,nte- f.tiettld
traton will come up with n clues rough sketches, notes On l
tax program that prob*Ny will,des rough t I n- .
hike rather than cut taxes drafts and manuscriuts for the
tar most Americans t year bork from Its early planning to les "w urmese 1ien
It based the forecast onan ts publication. One of the CO ..
asumption that the admiaistra- poems "The Jungle Trail" was ormosa 'a Oa W
tlon will propose a ft er-cent written In the library ,r.lerene alland, Nov. 13
manufacturers exade $. moreiroom and one oi the stories, ( e evacuation of
than offsetting the 10 per cent "The Treasure of, the' Cruces Ilst troops from 9tcwnce
personal income tax cut going Tral," i mnspired by a library W X 'Med unexpect. the
mt efec~tJan. 1 bottle exhibit.s
The administration has not The Pelican Tree was written hrekdo hi ch theaten
tons will be. At a news confer-land Patricia Markun and was The Ut' d Stales Information
Waee. President ElMenhower ruled illustrated by Jeanne Beaudry Servilce sald(,0 Chinese lrregS. tla 0
oat a general retail s3les tax but All of the collaborators were IIV entered tland t 9 a ll h"1
did not commit himself one way local residents at the time the taor repatriatn to Forosa.
er another on the manufaetur- book was written. The group included three wo 'by" w
Spa' tax. The ehi.t will be on display :n dependents of Nation ali
Sth n older used nto Burma lt
month of November. Copies of Chinese Communst troops three
LEGAL NOTICE "The Tree' are ava.labl, years ago.
i a- s an Ze Libraries. A ther 100 guerrillas were th'
M rSTATS OF AMRICA inal Zoncxicted to leave Burma lt7
XA Z0141 today. i N 1
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M AOA DIION Romantics Glad BOONVILLE, Ind. (UP)-Everest a801"o, W
S Dvi,.1on1 vHolder caught two fingers Netween from Pni%0a ,
TH ATR THE Spoon River Valley .T jack and the bed of his truek CR lalTNMae
IIcIS C. P!Esonuum, Sp l while changing .a tire. Hle wis of i
LD,.. E... Gets No Atom Plant d nearly a hour before a 01 6,11 .
PaT ios bi G es o t Pa sqmotorist saw him signal Ulm of t
So o a sov a o. for aid with his other hand and n.leatSf i
edme Is br erb a. d e th aan Pair. MACOMB, l. Nov. 13 (Up,-- stopped to release him.
_w i,, a,me at S AR-e The atomic age departed front
bye the Pfi theL peaceful Spoon River valley
-" today as suddenly as it came.
r as dae' cm eL'Ei- s_ Residents of the western 11-
a m OW.. Cagtheo, a i ol vdiley immortalized by
Adatir t M do. et Etgot gar Lee Masters In his
00 Amser .. a1-& CBrriion "S6on River Anthology,' were F
ilie5NI srain a, stunned by the news Yesterday A series of 6-15 a u
Is" Wm r that the Atomic Energy Conm-
st lr"saa wses. to se to ado was dropping plans toin D
f *n p*pa u b *n fed \, build a $28.6.000 o000,00 atomic
&w o e"net s r1ene gy plant near here. A servelfce oa 7ye
,s mi-, e emit But there were some romaa or further h
.a lt 1,-e a .. see tUcs who were =lad the atmos-
ese ,, m at here and landscape that ,e. "GILBERT MbL
S10" 4 104L ed Masters moUluI nct be de .
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3:15--The Little Show
3:,.s--uluc lor Friaay
4:1U--Mtlsic Without Words
4:15-Casa Loma Time
4:30--What's Your Favorite
5:30-News
6:35-What's Your F a v o'ri
Scontd.,
6:00--T' e American BoOkshe
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6:,15-BLUE RIBBON SPORT
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6,30-The Record Shop
7:-00-Lowell Thomas
7:15-Radio Varieties. U.S.A.
7:30-Report from the U.
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8:00-Request Salon
8:30-The Platter Parade
8:.45-The Bing tCruo.) .uiow
9 00--Music tIrm Cluu Atlas
9 30--London Studio cancer
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S10:00--Music of Donald Vorhe
1t030-AdVentures of P C. 4
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11:00-The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m.--Sign Off
Tomorrow, Saturdi; Nov. 14
6buU -Sign On The Aarn
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7:00-News
7:05-The Alarn Clock Club
7:30-Jazz Salon
8;15-Strictly Instrumental
8'30-BBC Feature
9 U00-News
9115-Woinen's World (VOAI
9.i) -As 1 See It
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11: 0---M1eet the Band
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1 35- Pttwnalitx Parade
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2: 5 -Date for Dancing
2. 5-Afternoon Melodies
2; '5-Battle of the Bands
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315--The Little Show
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Can They Dance
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OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. 13 -
U.:'l -T%', dance-loving broth-
Ss: covcedd rirom th.?lr jail
cel.s toctav that they paid
A n1 ijiur Mlnl a in too big a hur-
Hiowarld 'd ,h~orth, 27. and his
brutler I-. a 18. both of Bea-
vei li :. aroused suspicion:
wjpen thic.' tried to buy $1.248
I,-u, h 01 dancingg lessons from
:tlh ALiit"r Murrav studio here
'Trii o, ie id a ch.?ck for the
;ul: among '--drawn on a Uta-'
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Trn ci:ck vas for 75 hours
e f intr i,'ioi) for. eat h of us."
H,.'. ard toli oinccrs. ."We want-
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HELPING HANDS FOR PREMIER-- elped by aevir l dthew
of Oliveto. Italy, Premier GIfseope Pealla ebter, crosng a trea
of mud on a piece of wood used as a temporary bridge Pella
toured the flood-strig een aea of Reggio in gVuthern Itay, where
more than In0 were killed phd thousands I.-ade homeless.In the
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'*.in-To be ,nnounced 1was threatened by a mnalldl
7:00-Paris Star Time IRDF a e tdemir some yemas b ag, ad
9 7 30- Report from the U.S 'o -. tl thoe citaesro wea a -
IVOA I NEW YOR'. Nov. 13 IUP' .-- iro cbPnee?- l the tley WM
8-00--Mlateiwurks from France A world tan s sciel who i'..,said Dr. Krebs, wal "a nated by the mltolon withtn '.
iRDF, Iiolved one oi nature's loJghest 'genuine problem." few days.
8 30--Here Comes Louis Jordan;rladles said today that bll iorms This far he would go If Ulie During all the aififtlo some
8:45- --Commentary on World of life. whether animal or vege- had to start again from scratch of the vacne r 9omb Faontami-
News table, have a basic unity which from the chemical sLew in nated with finesaonflh germi.
m 9-DO--VYou Hit Parade suggests a common origin. which there was no life the and those who wer -posed to
9 30- The t-stirday Night Juke Tne unity of micro-organism, present "higher forms" would this vaccine hav finesse
Box C)lin, VOA, the green pea, bird, fish, and the not be duplicated, addicts ever y are
10.00--Jofce Fazola and his Or- man is in "one universal cycle" From this he went on to reason safe against dinallpo, t the -
chestra by which they produce chem- that earth's forms of life, at least suffer terrible agony elN they
10:30-Svrphonv Hall U.S A. ically the energy which is the the "higher forms," were abso- take several lease Mi ry day.
iVOA proof of their liie, said Dr. Hans lutely unique in the universe and The declare.i ir t iniad
11.0n The Owl : Nest Adolf Krebs. of the University of could not exist on aul other was obviously I of th;i
]:00 a n -Sign Off Sheffield, Eng.. co-Winner of this planet. dread malady. WenWst
year's Nobel Prize in medicine. Iie granted the possibility that opened the sever ff diaono s
Explahation of Symbols The discoverer of the celebrat- some of the lower forms might South unthinktily played low
BBC- British Broadcasting Cor- ed "Krebs energy cycle" said he possibly have reached -otner from the dut~I id order to
portion could now demonstrate Its exist- planets and thus now existed take the fineas '
RDF-RIad'odiffusion Francafse ence in mammals, birds, fish, in elsewhere in the univere. Some This was a bad thi to r:-
VOA- Voice of America pea and bean seedlings, and the micro-orRanisms have displayed nesae. tast won with the king
microscopic animals, protozoa, their ability to withttand the of diatmodaiftI tdt-U to the
Band he believed It existed in all cold and the heat "especially six of spadeWt ina w wth the
3 Boom life on earth, whatever its form. the heat that would be en- king of spada and thea cleverly
1~ W"T'('UET. R. !UPI A "Possibly there are some uni- countered in migraions throth led the d. o ades. allow-
"io'.,- l and Industry is booming cellular organisms which are ex-linterstellar space. But thebgh- In dum .to .
in ih third dimension. Ordersre ,ceptions bil mere is no evidence er forms, such as man. other Sonth l e hearts
....n "n a< .the pi.nt .. ta 1s [that there are and there is no mammals, and the more complex to have l con-
n0-nP iin ;t the plint that tutnas.vecon
'. t il., ) pairs of cardboard evidence of the existence of an- plant life? No. tract andUlserM1 iet to
.c.-'a. -- ;emklv for the moviein- other ineci.anlsm," he said. In other words, If 1 i_ t5 take't~ia of hesrts and r-
0'-:-7z: 0000 dht'trsuO He came liee to receive an- elsewhere In the Inmi r A turn l aljt mpade. Thli was
lustry th.it ise them for 3-D plc- other and pureiv American re- Lon earth, it wduld be life quite just what West. nd ben hoo-
ture- Thi comic book trade wadts'cognRiion a Laiker award of,different from earth's life. in for when hb led the deuce
iM' 0, 001 Newspapers and mag- the American Fublhc Health As- "If life has developed mor e of sadens to a jhe.
-irn- f fe-rrrine 3-D idi d pie-'sociation. than once, it must be a fe of Westr. ha bd, 00. -t bf
itures need 10,000,000 monthly. I a different type deviloped.Cim We o hldt A-ni
Speculation on the origin of different materials" be sa sd over S .
,life, he said, ~ as more In the Dr. Krebs' forest. canJ- and wts ir d to A two more
Srealm of phLosopi,y' than that tion to man's knowled f -% t ke a "i i snlt. .L ear
rtfj|r J j. y of science .ei speilation was Ielf and of life Ren ialyiifta itS h
S sientilically useful because scl- life begins with t chemle. weCe' elwgh t d1eathe con-
--" "-e"-nce erew from concepts and flood," breaks tbiood" downa .
IE BFST SHOW concepts grew from philosophy.' into constitue Sre at aa, ea dd h
Had life-meaning the pheno- oianges thosa- T EN\ENNARIO" menon of living by which bas-- their chemle derive if he had bet 'a
._ :_ ter ut, the dormant seed I energy from each ee and enough to t thl f
S- ..itt no lcan emonstav ergy from eachie and in Mat lth firj tl* k. k80t1
FeolU l. Oe th. jreat ed, nd the high mplict the end has the cals wtin the first trM 1 3
snor i tae circuS. man are all "'a res it beitan with, t the ace ofln a SOn D
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M oe fom en(go t
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K .e newepape said in
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l i heard lots aQ aooting. We
sar lots of people rounaRg. a-
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ihdm i a aying
The Indisa"a republican salI
She was trapped 30 minute la
La Pai elevator. and had 3t'
F b out through the tool by'
lad during the uprising.
SCapart said 4 peosona were
'W f t abais r wMthe
ieioe wthtbse vbItt of the
.State group. H.. sIid
Vetr fasir steinaorg
Sed srW d around
%he o5't La P" and 0C_
chabaz* .
Th e'Bolivian government nt
tweE ood 9are of us. We had
;protect he. .a the
nith e mber oi the .prts
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talklnr about tin
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MjelS MrLs A. M.
W* f De&r Ada.. AAM. Be
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tal' after 17 months of serv-
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Bledloe recelvqd a letter
of commendation from Mrs. ,
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delbr council nd wife i
Qea. H. L. MoBride, CommTal d-
ing General of the Carbb
CoImand. in which Mrs. Me-
ride cited Mrs. Bledsoe's "onut
standing contributions"' to the
vooniteer disaster cobttbl pro-
gram during the 17 months she
had served with the orgalza-
tlot's senloo 'coomell.
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with. d tart, MrL Bledse wIaN
active "in coordinatg the
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is horrible. I resent I t. g too.
fAr it. he -td td ts Be
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Srefsed tout on an "blste Pat Hitchec
t wid age me. I toldte a rector Alfred
tao that todhf women of 0 are the role of
vital, .lbrant d attracve. wiingred -
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tt I saw h ser t-'h No I
Sscholairs Tyrone Po
is rei I as fom his fans
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Itht a e mpetare? Swaeob. I this tour
tiekw tke a dull chaae t er the without
m, .bra Yoh, as ~ g to dy. Itnwa nt
"d Wit it O Just out.


The first motion cr based
Sa TV drama will b ht to
areen by Bu La sand
fil production partner, ud
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"Marty, which home screen fans
so sft -months ago on TV- Play-
house.
Economy Move
.vyofi i!. of Rory Calhoou as he
proched the $2500-per week
Siteh by Fox is jus the begin
'at the Cinema-Seope pla.
big ames ar. due to e
in the interests of econ.

NBCs color TV demonstration in
ilwedd gave movietwwn a new
VCy. But what really has film
stu s in a lather is NBs an-
upuicement that its engineers
ave perfected electronic movies


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sar in his first picture, "Atomic
iy. is denying that hs .feud
fiming of "Red Gerte
with Rosemary loaney during
filn.ing of "Red Garter hadny.
thing to do with his lit from Par-
amount.
His only comment on the fire-
works is: "Rosemary and I now
have a nodding kind of acquaint-
ance. Gene explains his unex-
pected free-lance status with:
"I was oeomipes wih WIllam
Holden a d C lt am, Ihe
top-drw guys at the moment at
ParamouaL There were e pic
tures for me autil mnt aprlig amd
at the salary I was getting, ua
adjustment was indicated.


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Wins One, Lose 2


S A. W. Newman's Flambaro shapes up as the Poinis In Cou
muiuels choice in tomorrow's featured $550 Class
"E" seen furlong dash at the Juan Franco race PHILADELPHIA, Nov. -I (UP)
track but he should get plenty of competition both hasTe alone alFpotal nte
in the bctting and in the actual race from the Stud courts but was thrown for a les
Miura's mud-loving Discovery. US District Court Judge Allan
Grim Ih Philadelphia upheld
Three other starters are sched- mile. Since then Discovery has the league's right to strict
ruled to go In the race but only shown considerable improve- television broadcasts into a ter-
Mallin appears to be a danger ment. ritory where a member team WI
card. The other two are Forzado.I Malln's big handicap Is his playing. The three poalat Judge
which is apparently outclassed.' rider Juan (Johnnyi Goneo- Grim ruled illegal are .. trc-
and the recently Imported Chi- ra If right, however, this Chi- tons on radio broardast, ree-
lean horse Noveno which seems lean colt will be In thick of it traction of telecasts a of games
to be out of condition. all the way. Noveno (E. Corcho' when the club is Away from
Is apparently out for the airing home and the Commissioner
Flambaro will be piloted by w h ile Forzado tR. Teladai having the power to approve or
the veteran Emillo Darlo while' doesn't figure but could pull one disapprove all sales Ot television
steadily improving apprentice A of the usual horse race shockers rights.
Gonzalez will have the leg up on All in all. the race shapes upi The decisions resulted frpm a
Discovery. Both horses were win- as event that has possibilities. government suit which claimed
ners their last times out. Thrill-seekers should get more the League's TV and radio'poll-
In their previous meeting. than their money's worth. Eight cles are restraint of trade.
Flambaro scampered to an easy other Interesting races complete Judee Grim agrees with the
post-to-post victory over one the program. League that televsing ame In
.... ..-- -- -- an area where amoteher s bilng
played would hurt 1a attendance.
He says: "Pro foot Is Isa
Athletic Club, Cristolial u nle stype bus: tea as
,i I),,must not compete too m with
Sm reach other in abushtess way.
i Judge Grimo 1.-too much
lay To Thrillng 0-0 T business mptton would
i chase weaker teams out of busl-
o -- ness and cauthe league to fold.
The judge also suggests the
For the fans that ventured beautiful block thrown by half- league dcold be stronger
This season In an afternoon A'- back lamnion. went the remain- limiting bonus prices, having a
mistice Day Football game a; ing 30 yards for the touchdown. salary ceiling, making a dead-
the Mt. Hope Stadium. the Crl3- It was not realized what had line for trades once the season
tobal High School Tigers an I happened until the play w1 started and giving weaker clubs
the Athletic Club Rams playeJ over one referee had not. seen more of a chance to get better
to a muddy 0-0 tie. the lateral and had uninten- players.
tionally faintly blpwn-hls wht-- Going from the courts to the
S The gime would have ended tie too fast and thereby nullfl"d field, late figures show one rea-
In a 7-0 victory for the Athleti" the touchdown. While it wts son why Otto Graham of Cleve-
s Club except that a fast referee's unintentional It cost the At.- land. Norm Van Brocklin ot Los
whistle called back a crucial letic Club a well earned victory Angeles and Bobby Thomason of
and brilliantly executed touchl- The remaining portion of th.- Philadelphia area leading the
down play by the Athletic Club. game ran the clock out with the i passers. Graham has had only
It was a very bad break for the qu-rterback Delamater com-lslx passes Intercepted out of
AC Rams for they certainly d-!- pletlng passes t. ends Neckdr 150. Thomason has had five out
served the victory, and Baugher moving the ball p- of 143 stolen and Van BrockUn
r alin towards the Cristobal goqlonly seven out of 174.
Playing on the wettest field line t Elsewhere in football, N.C.AA.
South in the constant rain it was figures on major college foot-
a fine game they saw with tne .The Athletic Club Defense ball show three players tied for
Rams dominating the p la y played brilliant ball, led by scoring honors. Bobby Watkln
throughout the game. The excel- orn Thomas and Buml.e Her- of Ohio State. Mel Bates qf 11-
lent Ram defense held the Ti-, t.ho ahd bl linois and Joe Ulm of Ban Jose
ring they held the Cristoba of- each have 11 touchdowns for
gers completely and did not a.- fense to a minus gain in yard- h o downs for
0W Crlstobal to make one finr. ae Den Gunter and"Ed Cher- points.
down. It was onvg Tommyprv were tackling viciously and
t.hatest towere.m Dan Klotz. Nick Howard and
that kept the score from beinPinky 8aaiders played i nelf e Dis ense
lopsided in faver oL the Athlete ,ames despite their pregame in

S Time and time a ain t~i F service d t#n- ,, C
T t ann e Angermuller. an AC veteran NE YORK IN.
.epeedy and hard driving bac.hA nd, h.... ,an veteran .N1W YaORK NKaA) Al and
usdre a leave both plays nick Me ws, labml acrt for
of the Athletic Club ground out strong nmes at tac le, BobDlk McO.hqr'1>Hrth" afo
("yardage and fIrst downs In tlte acl.e,"A the professional basketball New
,'yardage and fIrri downs In the Baugher, Al Neckar and ak 'York Ksife~iiockers, dispenMe
*sloppy turf. Fullback Burnlee .Corlips at ends turned ecy trouble all season for rival spse-
ferring was unstoppable and play that came their way. troubal season for rival s ia
drove through the Cristobnl Squeekle Mlene, Dicrk Seely, tleama Mketball Association
line, sometimes carrying three Paul Jamison and Edgr Kore- and ut Ichee o aThe twoW
defensive players with him l ny stopped or Interceoted every bartenders at the faml'as Rock-
defensive players w ith him fUrn li- t -ri oun-terce thee.vr .o l The. tw o I"
drives of from 5 to 12 yards a s attempted by Critobal. away Beach, Lage slamid, -ote
,carry. The quick opening playa s attempted by Crstobal. away each Long Islad, hotel .


With Wally Trout, Dick Cox and
Paul Jamison slicing off yard-
4 age, continually picked up first
i downs for the Rams. The Rams
would carry the ball deep into
: thle Tigers territory only to lose
S it on costly fumbles, which
S could only be expected on such
S i a sloppy and muddy field.


Coaches McCapghey and Dai-
ley did a fine job with the ma-
terial available and deserve a
lot of credit for their time and
efort. The AC Ram cheerlead-
ers must be complimented for
the job they did and despite tl',
mud and water were right out
there urging the crowd to cheer
with t.h nlau


The key play of the game ,
came when the Athletic llb .It was the Tngers final game
took the ball In the middle nf of the season and after the,
the fourth quarter on their own game the whole Tiger team
20 yard line. Delamater th.n picked up coach Luke Palumou
completed a 20 yard pass to ha:t- and dumped him Into a large
tBtk Dick Cox whom made a pool of mud and water in the
beautiful catch of the ball 1o middle of the field, a tradltionil
* give the Rams a first down on occurence for CHS.
the Cristobal 35 yard strip,.
Then came the touchdown play. The Athletic Club will plav
* Quarterback Delamater handed their final gamc of the season
off to Fullback Herring Who hit on Friday night Nov. 20 at 7
Soff his left tackle. lot and'as ha p.mr. at the Balboa Stadium a.
w as tackled he latraJ4tA against the Junior College Green
LaMater who with the'11f Ofa iWave.
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Balboa Gun Club announces:
a 38 Special calibre match will
be held Sunday morning. Nov.
15, at 10 a.m. This match will be
fn- th-- nurnes of nt-p-ting "11s
boys" forA match over the police
range couat'e In L..e near. AuILue.
The match wUl con-t't of 20
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2-Rina Rot L 01ral. i. 2-1
3-Redondita 9. Manue. 10B- i4 1. 3-2
4-Don Teml A. Vas. 116 3-2

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S-T. Bath oad L. Cra. 118 -Nt td 8-1
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5-Mlme AV. V u15 --Could somrst a. $-1
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Lay Violence To anp.i "Ik.2, 'Fifth Column' M"y'.......-.... .

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BERLIN, Nov. 13 (UPI The s'" on Uth '
East German Communist news- ti :
paper Neues Deutschland said I pOp il CO ry
column" blew up a train and dv- for at.o...
namited power lines recently in TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA, U. P. 'RIAY, NOVEMBER 1S, 1"53 t F~
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No other details were given in PANMUNJOM. Korea. Nov. 13 controlling the prisoners. This talks on arrangements for the of close cooemtiaon which as- t olks" he
this instance. (UP, The neutral repatriation could lead to a decision that the political conference after Dean sured our mutual victory n war not dressed
The newspaper said another commission d eman ded today neutrals would complete the and Ki 8ol Bok of North Korea and which wl re2s eh our objec- .a ot a moment, th r'
agent named "Oennrich" was that the Allies halt the smug- screening of prisoners process and Huang Hua of Red China tlv 1I." s caret-coate
sentenced to death for blowing gling of radios to anti-Commu- without the presence of North failed in .10 meetings to make Aa sk. P. P. Shini. n Mounted Poll a.lmf.ia
up power lines. nist captives and called for an Korean and Red Chinese au- progress. cky, in ,t g Nton, said ou e
"These and other facts show investigation of alleged "illegal thorltles. a rah De baa been op- th Kuorea a nt ea tion near .aneP..C. r
that there Is a hidden fifth col- activities" n an American hos- 2) Walking out of the prisoner Utimistl thht a pam coner- or dearth.. s' 'lt's cod ut
umn rag n in our republic pial in the prisoner area_ interviews with free-swinging ence would be m, mn embers Nixon relieD that "ou req-. _
which has orders to prepare for Indian guards recently found charges that the Allies are to -of his staff id he. wold go osponsalblty as l js ators and vWe the Chief E 'xe
a third world war by acts of ter- a radio receiver in a reie bag blame for any breakdown be- home if the advlqun boged leaders o our e Is to a-- srl ed Inside" b
ror and provocation." the news- destined for an anti-Commu- cause they planted "agents" in down in their talks, complex' (Inatw ) If we.can P have breakfast.-
paper said in a front page edito- nstmes, and Comman ist the anti Communist prisoner "These advisory meetings have In peace. Or lectve 'should fo. confer ..* t E .
rial. members of the commission compounds. been very helpful," Young told be unlfltt wtbout death." .. tuaa en route, : .
charged that its presence vio- Meanwhile staff advisors end- newsmen. A
lated the Korean armistice a- ed "very helpful" secret n o Vice President R c h a r M. RPheoe dsa i the Commu- M.w only tU
Honorable Peace re m nt. tlatlons for arrangement mor Nixon n Seoul todai pledged lts will terms we t a president i
lThe demand for a hospital in- the Korean peace conference to- American support of South o- stand Kfot *-. u.a p, eace neoo- though
vestigation was inspired by re- day and turned the talks back rean goals o unity and nde- tiatlonI at d e tem of vo- been vl
I Id rhina prts tat anti-Communist pris- to the top-level diplomts. pendence but warned that the latent ~1 penetrating by i for neat
have been throwing nnotes Kenneth Young. State Depart- two nations should not squabble into K m .
into the area occupied the ment Northeast Asia expert re- about their differences in pub- Rhee~1d iln special nter- 5a.ltI'
GoI Of L mn U.S. 64th field hospital. One such presenting the United Nations lic. view w h tbr AmLerican news- "a t TreaIde.
note recently was intercepted by in the six staff meetings, said Nixon told this Korean Nation- men: -,day v5git ?a
eut. U.S. envoy Arthur H. Dean and al Assembly that on our one- n1 ti n" t -
PARIS. Nov. 13 (UP) Pre- utral repatriation officials Communist diploats would re mie gain who we I ft the eeCm t
mier Joseph Laniel said tonight today studied plans for resum- sume plenary meetings at 10:30 flict between as i i e 1 t W iaw fatn s a 1-
m rier oeph a 'ie aig toni delivery of mail to 22 Amer- a.m. tomorrow. SThe ViNe sLd i North XMSodAleliedtomI
reach anw-honorable" peace set- ican war prisoners who turned The advisors wene assigned the "confident tbahi n-. s0 'te lead- forest .fro. omoth
tlment in Indochina and would down a chance to go home last task last Saturday of drawing erhip of Presdt I e... we al ....
ot demand unconditional sur- m r up an agenda for t. cqrnte will continue: to h type ss_ ths to_'_"_ fcr ..
render of the Communists be- a week ago a petition sibgned--themt -e f1W'."
fore negotiating with them. by one of the GIs charged thathe th pr
Laniel said. however, the Reds attempts were being made In Thident t or onet wiur anprd
must make the first move. He letters rom home to "ceree, ident hQ d 1
also stressed there te was "total" a- slander and bribe" them nto te it
agreement between his govern- leavnr the Com ha a tresto e to
tent and Washington that a Ln Gen. K.8 Th imayya, c ihai o r- F eaddn, he th e
peae settlement must not lead the repatriation omls- Rfee t-o
to the "establishment af a Soviet sion, stopped delivering mail to .Id -
satellite in one of the strategi- the Americans. the one Briton t cae r'
call most important regions of and the 332 South Koreans in- i ats e
Asia. the Indian camp. iv them. .
The Premier spoke before the A new censorship plan for the e .. :.
French Upcer house. the.Coun- 'isoe nst ma l was expect ed
S the Republic. In an effort e tak in up, along with the pro-
or allalawmakers' criticisms est from the captives against r
the cost of the seven-year old what they called a United Na-
war against the Viet Minh Com- tion campaign by mail to int i-P l'h
mreitd. midate them.
Lanlel. however. warned the The mall for the prisoners has
Communists against misinter- a iled up for a week. The latest
pretlhe France's desire for eaere lot was turned over to the In-
as a sign of "weakness." He said dians last Thursday.
e had so far received no irdl- Thimayva was said to have :
cation from Viet Minh leaders considered some such scheme as .. PAu .(1P' -- '
that they were ready to nego- examining the letters, telling the ju.t 1 r i l the 4010muiOrtr
tiate. men something of what they '. .Ip-hr s tOfeLren .0 t1
By a vote ft 160 to 90, the s en- were like, and asking in each inc-ouda trta d tDhe s
stores formally "took note" of dividual case whether the ad-T l ttod.
Lantil's Indochina policy a, dressee wanted the letter.OS hm I R e-Utme,
r.arl[iamentarv means of aDnrov- The commission also was ex- e
en o the government's nolUle, mpected to trv again to find a .npUaI~ tng
dressing "~rateful confidence" to lock paralyzing interviews with l ]y to '1
Vpres n ote frolotionc e" som mOse to000 breantk Commuei 0t by a M fethmo1.)-
France union forces fighting in North Korean and balky Chinese ertn lae to ae .r
Indochina. prisoners. tiA th raw ts
The Communists appear to be Premier Joseph L rmnelA
trying to break off their unfruit- hnon theam.se
ful efforts to convince thousands b entpt.e group, .tdts oi But
38 Vacancies of anti-Communist Korean war .t'r-: .to the guroupqnaI o "e
prisoners to return to Commu- and other contlnoctn-
wta Pancanal enism, Allied officials reported to- C M 'Former Iranian-PrMi oaa a eh tion projt, si
n egh holds out his cup for more coffee during, hfs. ntph l-ar oe e t2 .
stalling tactics on the aY Thn. He told the military Judli trying i th ~.he Lanlel. Brltlsh prime' 4e t- M
total of 38 positions are irsoner problem. coupled with nuedsterosee -
tsorisor problsem, oupledawit sh0 d "get up and go home" because they hve. no SirWinston hurch
presently available n the Pan- Korean peace conference, ha try him. Mossdegh was calm and polite drgh President ho
ama Canal service, according to caused some concern in Wash- day of his trial. Previously, his hrlieks, threats, tArs and fit- speed up ratifcation of
the list of vacancies contained ington and in other Allied cap,- banging had kept the Eouft In constant turmoL h plan. '
In the transfer-vacancy bulle talks as to whether the Commu- IBe-ral URASE de S ttA=
tin issued this week by the Per- r.ists want any Korean settle- go s1 a Cab eft crisis
soanoel Burau. ment. NW-best obstacle to0"4
Of the 38 positions. 26 are in The feeling is that in the ir~ quality. '
the classified and related group Korean situation there will be '"s m'ThU R, T a
and 12 are In craft group. The a showown soon unless theater in = 16-:
positions may be filled by trans- is some quick progress on tbe ... .. months [ e
erof eligible employes and ap prisoner and peace conference P
catSons should be trirnsmi t problems. By stalling, the Reds. aoP Ode IoeI
dto the Employment and Uti- may be hoping to goad South with 8ritai_8
liztion Division. Korea into action to free- ., Jv to pr
Vacancies in the following some 22.000 anti- Communist 4.d to get moving -
classified and related groups" stlee terms, officials said. -- The I~rnment restored or- da de rm, the CsaullUsts'm hVe-
accountant, administrative As- The Lommunists now are fac- der in fleran today and kept nIs et nd S! to take detertl J
Blstant chemIst, file clerk, prop- ed with the situation of "savin.' in armed watch against new dow by tas on thb tue
erty and supply clerk, freight face' since a relative handful of riots by eleents protesting the
traffic clerk, clerk stenograph- the prisoners have been asked treason tLrml of former Prenmter Wih eA., ,-
r clerk-typist, commissary s- her the wish to return Mohammed Mossadegh. fla rifle ut
d t, clectr-ist, commissary asre- ome and een ~fewer have a- The trial was recessed today .r ".t
istantl, electrical engineer, fire-red to change their minds. and crowds flocked pecefull tot
man, nurse, public health nurse As experts see It. the Commu- mosquns for the Moslem sabath .ii
organization and methods ex- nis ~ Ilh try to break off the as tt C.p t.atl' military sover=
aminer, policeman, storekeeper, talks by. nor e.Frhad Dadeetan 6n-
and super.-iaory storekeeper. I, Exa'neratlnc the Swedish. nounced three persons were in- lt
Positions open in the craft Swiss and Indian members of
grouD include: carman, electri-1 thle neuvral nations commission Ani&'LuJ.nmF.
elan. Dpnt electrician, lnstru-,
ment repaWrman (gasp. locomo-
t machinist, powerhouse A Guy Just
operator, pumping plant oper- I I rnli
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