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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01777
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    Sunday supplement
        Supplement 1
        Supplement 2
        Supplement 3
        Supplement 4
        Supplement 5
        Supplement 6
        Supplement 7
        Supplement 8
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B isrfsp. hoit a statements e reasto the press during. Mh news
Seanmeree at ew vYork. TTumainh*a that he had aset a letter
;tf Housa Umz.nAMpsa Actlvlt%. Commtteq stat~it that he
t refuse t teuft Dfti the Hat.-erter Wt cmbo iandl-
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order so service to
its dining cars.
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Under the' rules, the de- now rveStlb. latifIs permis-
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ste.ards ~~~s Wh Ne-sion
as and with whites, .,
th white es seated Tide
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today he may have.kept White
In government service In order
to aid the FBI in s Invstigig-
tlon of .he late International
Monetary Fund executive.
"That Is a polbiUiy," Mr.
Truman told reporters when
asked If there was any truth
in pbWathed septs that he
shifted White r the. r23"
ury Department to the oe-
tary 1pnd o198 to FBI
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owaSSr osa t^
When td tt ew on
Times correspondent Ath
Rock was one of the writers
who had speculated on a&r -
greement between the FB1 anm
Mr. Truman. the former Chief
Executive said:
"If Arthur Krock said- tha*
happened, well-Arthur Irock
tells the truth usually."
Mr. Truman proved today
that the press can't "wear him
out" by having his last break-
fast of a heet ic lx-day visit here
with a half-dofen groggy newJ-
men.
Glowing with health and high
spirit after a one-mile midtown
walk in 4-degee tenmeratur:!,
Mr. Trumal accepted the invl-
tatlon of thee wire service cor-
erspondents, ana three newspa-
per reporters for breakt5st at
the Waldorf-Asoria hotel.
Behind hia w a weth at
set two reeo- the .st-
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early-moeraniwgW i his ca-
reer and his iMs New Yerk
press confenren, wit mne
than In men l paa-Bils,
cameras and Mr M. at
both. '.,
It was a fatiguing assignment
for newsmen who lost a lot of
sleep, upper lower shu -
leather, and ze t for
fellow repnqtw nd p fog
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.*Wobdy gta.Brfroi* ge
than I do," he sad as he flpped
down his orange Juice and exca-
vated a grapefruit. By the time
he had finished his scrambled
egs and bacon, toast, cofee and
milk, regorta s did not question
the statement.
M. Tau msa Od h kShakt
with amsutai n ak n Se
er-r ~ e es od his lad-
adin i bs' epi ofm f a
deian w aders, details of
AumrIeaP defln effort and
eaholift l erpretastion of
AeriaaMri.StO. The news-
men en v"es ye than wide a-
wake befie gte eaffee was
served.
The former ChWf Rneutive
answered quettons wftt gusto,
posed for a teem-aged amatur
camera fan, a4d smiled at guest
at other tablet who recogniaed
him.
When a reo0(er sitting next
to him askie whether Ogarel
smoke would 4m qy hMI, he re-
plied: ... .
"No, rIve had eo "s iond-
hand amdt tha oknIld I
know."
Mr. Truman said It was too
early to announce the time of
broadcast or any other de-
except to say It would orig-
In Kansas City, Mo.
he would "tell all the fact
about what he smilingly diecrib-
d as the pendingg diffla tles"
He also .asLed whether We
would accept n "aitatiat t3
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"I keaVTdwtir" truuk*o
sa n "m have to ea tCat
bridge w I glet to it."
He &a iAtA "ill spend next
week working an the records of
his adminLstrdtin for his mem-
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White ca tt was dbeloed
today.
Rep. Mit Chtrdy (IR-Mieh.), s
conmmitte member, said Roberl
Hkumphreya. publicity diretW
tor the national committee
made the appeal to OOP mer-
ers of the house grow at I
secret meeting Wed aY m t
Humphreys conflrmrt be
present. He said he attended WI
the request of OOP NatiQ"
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old H. Velde of UtbM rIoaPe
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man will give his side of the Harry Dexl r White case to
the American people Monday night min radio broadcast
and on television too, he announced tosy.
"I'll make -on aUll- broadcast and answer ail per-
tinent questions, thcat lb been raised," the President
said. He added that I~ tod take advantage of "m
facilities, radio or W at, Le made avoilav e to him.
Mr. Truman mttdhis decision to reveal
role in the cptroYWsiamite case about an hour before
he left by train fo his ,tine in Independetce, Mo., after
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LEAVING THE RUNWAY, a new primary trainer, the Plebe, prepares to go through a
performance test for the United States Navy, at Pensacola, Fla. The plane has a top
speed of 185 miles an hour; service ceiling of 20,000 feet, and gross weight of 2,500 pounds.
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WITH THE THREAT of Reds taking over apparently averted, British troops in Georgetown,
British Guiana. hefrierid East Indian and native boys in front of the hotel headquarters.


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GOLF, SWIMMING, tennis and horsebacking will be on the program for delegates to the
Inter-American conference opening in Caracas, Venezuela, in March, 1954. All of the
nations in the western hemisphere will send representatives to the conference for talks
on cultural, economic and political problems. The Hotel Tamanco will house the delegates.


EXPRESS AGENTS sometimes get pome unusual packages,
such as Murph, .the jnquisitive bear who brokft out, (top)
of his cage at the Montreal. station pf nad1an litWays
and had to be caught by clerk Lprry Donnelly (bottom).


OATS-ARE FOR HORSES, but Nellie. the burro, prefers tobacco and
get it. Nellie's one of top drawing cards at Arizona's "Old Tucson


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"SURREY" IS THE TITLE of this "umbrella with the fringe on Charfise goes for this blouse
top." The umbrella has a novel shape-instead of the con- of striped jersey with full
'r--tiona round sh 1pW, it is square with black trimming. skirt of gray shetland wool.
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LESS WORK, MORE LEISURE FOR THE FUTURE
"W HAT WILL THE FUTURE hold for the young "spaceman" in the pic- 'morly used as single units are being banded together in groups to turn out
V ture below? Will he get to go aboard that first rocket ship to the moon? finished products in faster time. Automobile engine blocks, for*example,
One thing is certain-he will have lots of leisure hours, in which to get have more than a hundred holes to be drilled. The block used to be moved
ready for he may well be able to get a week's work done in several hours, from machine to machine, but now the separate machines can drill, tap, bore
More time off is not an idle prediction. One hundred years ago, the average and grind the block in one uninterrupted process. This new idea in iridus
man worked 12 hours a day and a six-day work week. Now he works a 40- try is called "automation," or the joining of several separate operations into
hour week, thanks to the development of high-speed, automatic production a single process under one control. Automation is. trade possible through.
machinery. Now something new is on the scene-automatic machines for- machines with "brains" that enable them to perform intricate operations.
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LANCASTER, N. Y. (U.P.)-
That old adage that a "city feller
can'tbecome a farmer" has, been
ded by a man whose philosophy
' of arming has been based largely
o '"labor-saving devices.'
Cedric F. Smallide o Lancas-
ter, was once owner ok the Metal-
BServie Ce r yf.t ee
a few f tatiy l -


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pi and,, since its architect used He alo plans touew aW endless
pe ve foreshortg, he eVi chain of" st i er cary
About yea waste to a spe Operted by
it appeared In th lassical a two-horsepower 'electric motor,
aim l Greece. the chain.W, aver. #ie and en-
"But Stonebeftg -- wh-ih may ergy. I . .
have been pagan cathedral or We'veW m .t ich-
shrlab and is o rly believed to forks and ut lab. or t
veve been a sacrileal altar of the mum," thr idei .
suide--may be evea nf ...
Sa mples of charcol .token from S a- "
wood burned in Ihe beles at Ston--.
henge in the slick prodai sed to CHEYENI ,Tii( (I-
slide the 14-foot stone columns in- eme's zoo p
to place were submitted to the by leaps and bouds this year but
University of Cldcalo fbr analysis. ciy ofcials were not hapy. They
'The Istitue of Nuclear Studies were forced to Wre a hunter to
there estimated from its raio-. tin out 17 .kamkg that obud
carbon 'content that It had tbeen L Ptrk &a* spot ir op-
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at PerG Avenue No. 15, Telephone 3-3283 or eo yetr
travel agent.


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fine "Symbol of Love" Diamond Ring f r Cribt.
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To better serve our policy holders, present and fuatm~
have consolidated outr offices, forhel' lasted te
Special BpOineerinu DivWan Building, Beigh
a modern, air-conditioned sales 12
Avenue. We are now prepared to hd of youb In-
surance needs life, accident and automob,
fire and marin.
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Representing: acoln National i'lf Company,
United State 1e Insurance Coma Insurane
Company, Ip, a American Insuri l y, American
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Does she need a Cold Meat Fork. a Pie or Ce e
Serving Knife?What does she use for serving salads?
What-about her ta tran accessories: the Spr
Spem, Sugar Tongs, the Lame Fork?
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MODERN PAPER PLATES used for party settias and other
occasions eliminates dishwashing. Saves hours after partying.

Nobody r n jo s dishwashing, them from party to party and
especially after a party. At our thus always be sure of a table
-- house, we use paper plates not setting that will be different
only for i:arties, but also for from the last without having
family meals. Two h u n gry to resort to expensive floral ar
young ooys can use a lot of rangemens for variety.
plates, you know. There are patterned plates
But we aren't the only ones., for som- parties, with flora
Marie Mahar, a top New York designs or quaint Pennsylvania
fashion mgcdel, uses them, too. Dutch designs or those that
She gives parties as easily as simulate the pattern and col-
she poses for pictures. With as'or of knotty pine; for other
few as. but guests or as many parties plates in solid colors
as 16, she lnds serving on pa- or pastel shades or tones such
per plates cuts clean-up time as Mediterraneal). blue, Rem-
to a' mere matter of minutes, brandcit red glade green or
She puts, plenty of paper Coronationa gold.
plateS op the table. Guests;
.se whatever ones are most :TOMOfliO']UFFET PAR-
convenient.' The ideal combina- TY DINNSItr:; Assorted rel-
tlon. Is a stack on nine-inch ishes, hlt,. eded ham, cold
platers in an attractive spiced brtiL',-.tongue, casserole
prgited' pattern'and a stack of of kidney ', ns .and sweet
jit or even-inch plates and onions, at$ and buttered
pAeer bowls in solid colors. rolls, s ledd4 .i .bage-,h d-
'mWoat combinations o plates' pineapilt salj h wieth sour
* I use," she explains, "depeudf cream. ; sn e ~colate devils
S on the time of the year and food iaet, ifg, cheese, e'ck-
whit r serve." You can change ers, coffee, nlk.
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Girls Soon Discover Need

For Friends Among Girls


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SA.mother writes that she is concerned because her teen-age
Daughter, although popular With boys, doesn't seem to be liled
by other girls.
That's something to be concerned about. For al through lift
-women need women friends.
h Andd sooner or later the girl or woman who can't get along
with members of her own sex is going to be lonily and left out.
Women need women friends to learn from, to confide in, tO
*" talk to to gossip with; to appreciate the problems and triumplb
,;& that only another woman can really understand.
' They need women friends for companionship in such purely:
* feminine pleasures as shopping, sharing recipes and tracking
T'4 down bargains.
" MOTHERS SHOULD EXPLAIN THAT FACT
What man-other than an interior decorator-really undpr-
stands the importance of finding a bedspread in the exact shade
of green that is in the bedroom curtains?
What man realizes the importance of having a new recipe
to spring on the sewing circle?
What map understands that a marked-down dress can be a
"terrific' bargain" even though the sale price is by no means
cheap?,
No, it's never enough ft* a woman to get along with men.
To be happy .for Any period-of time she has to get along with


women, too.
That is one fact of life that every mother should explain to
a -daughter who has the mistaken notion that if the boys like
her it doesn't matter whether the girls do or not.
Sooner or later it will matter, and it will probably be sooner
than she thinks.'


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ture. So take stock of yO r stance, partlci
is homemaking. Do you hold your back ,
'This housewife (left) irons while sitting os
the smalt of her back. She'll use It while
preparingg vegetables, too. Young mntron
demonstrates the correct method of getting
right foot first, she throws the weight of h


Radlpo, draws h, left lg forward. Then tewer ewaw. M-ow
Scar ee rorng way tg lU into ear. Leavlng or hIt a!-h tHngU, she
Sitting? puts her rtiht leg i and braces her tarms at a_.d beard
teradles in aan ert to drag her body in.- She Ail' aveI ..baet herlft
hes and leg iin l, at oewn and then drawn lIn I I-IM oW unadles
t center) gripped under er arms (right center), her weight Is thrown of
P. Putting balance. With them at her sides (rtht) she ahlioves perfect
it as she balance and an stroll along postlrlerfett related, tgaeeul.


*, BY ALICIA RA"T, tion, is responsible, tor most ting' undo stress on any one Yau will note fta hold
NEA Beauty Editor nd-of-the-day,: weariness. So part., yotr. chest. and ,ahouders c.
the establishment of good,postu- .XKeepi; thl s defnition. in rect ne to _, latter .,years
A after lugging groCeries, mak- reo habits not qljy la Important mind, try this old posture for- abdomen. an you aeed in
'ing beds, washint diShes, iron- to grnmin9 .I t alrJ to -your mula: Onest out. shoulder tucking the tip of yor spe
ing, scrubbing, answering door- general back. Not much e of move- under, your. ,aomea will fall
bells and the telephone, driv- One thing very pleasant a- ment, but plenty of stress a- perfectly in Se .
ing the youngsters to and from. bout .larnig pronpr posture Is round the waylt In he back. The purpose la to lln
school ad prepare meals, that. it tt .b without. What this most famous Wth # parts-of the sbo: that
woman a-a right to .eel taking .tlmb. ar'o f your misconceptions does is to give balance is perfect. n o
idow t earyg daty routing lt40 have to you asw back. And In pull- tthe part ar steat l9s. It i
Tell yourself .that and wl- do. is to be.on lot of; your ing the' ouldert back (n ad- one Is placd a' ito of
ws i your weariness, U you bodily move nta uil you difion to inducing a most un- lire'-t thiateifi tl"' whole
wish. Or, yu might look mof have perfected ther-comfortale feUng.) It force stack. If one part of your bL tg.
the neighbor (there eBore starting S0 ture-im- your arms to fall behind your dy- is allowed to wander out a
) -who brateesMs t pr certain hips in et extremely unfliat- of line, thk wh la body, wM i
lP Sf takingg Bay o 'clear tering r jae. sp. r ,feL f o ao4
9 awillt findth pir Oegood Now, hold your chest hlghg
el u. st as health a potu a e anid let yur. soulaers lower WI
Sch in your aproah tev- natura, -Thi e goo d
to home-maing as she is. You' S looks g6od, and it's good for tiat late- afternoon backac
may note, however, that the you. T god posture It hs d red tht
Is difference In the way you n. opd p s i of the not something to be endured poor, ted feet ae a ta
ca so your. loads. coldhgi oe b Pa the for the sake of health and so dcted. And n fn
Poor posture. accbrdcine tb body' Intl lend beauty. It'iw a nean to more win find your hotaewok an
the Posture Research Corpora ease f moe l utp relaxed living. easier task.
the Poeturs Research Co qB & ofl bveshelit' -the
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a r l a tex bas pa t, m - - .. -r
Used, empty salt boxes with Wood-gralned paper plates t
metal pouring spouts need not make handsome bases for fall
be thrown away. Just brush fruit, least or goard arrange-
6b a coat of latex-base paint, ments.
use a funnel to fill the con-
tainers, label them, and they'll
be valuable pantry additions. Upon iin lslpg the painting
of yonur hodse, Inside or 'out, o^ri^ I
Panels of scenic wallpaper attach a label to the rem in-
become inexpensive and at- ing-paint cans, telling hteret
tractive substitutes for conven- the paint was used. For sam-
tional wall pictures when plea of the paint to take on
placed in simple frames. They fabric-shopping exped it16ons,
can be found among wallpaper brush soae on index car0d
dealers' scaps. -


So you ve brought home an
antique for refinishing. To make
the dismar.tling job easier, store
it in a hot, dry place for. .,
few days The heat will- calse
the wood -to shrink loosening
the joints.


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hard-to.rdach place, flm ap
forefinger with tape, sti1c sid
out and then .stick head
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Potato ipp tigh v-
efd, maUe amirl t oontanie
fo asoap o der ,d 'prevent
caing of the- soo' da to damp
laundry roonas.

ReD awl Aqi-if fin-
't~r can be poduced on ma-
plb, birch, O eeh and
other fairly' t- red oods
that have : 'hromnhent grain
pattern.

Pourtg ter down the
drain .: teen sin aft-_
or eah can de*
cam. p Te hot
water tene cut grease, rom
the ppes prevents clog-
ging of the drain.
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braided in brigboored wopis
is tag1ning e b mod-
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add warmth Lad *tea to
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S' -If -you must often go-short, w e collar and r 'i r
.RW YI.RK -(NEGA)- For from the office to dinner or fasten-g that's a series of neat y'w ave paper dithkt left
the first time, glitter, has been some evening affair without, bone button There's a flatly fr. ieie, keep h
wo.en tuocessfully. inte woolnutffielent time to go home and Ipocket i each hip. A gli a# b Co i to -
fabric, Worxue~ag a .l___tft hapge, this is the suit for vou.f The se.od metallic- woven ate them ithe b
that is naontar If you live in a community wool suit (right) is contour- pa~ttt e cut-outs, l .
dry ilear.e4 a"~ dm* to te where vary dressy e!othFs are u belted to emphasize a ny r n -'rtllustra4n Wlith
,aka. out and small, In' l her- waistline. Otter is confined to tw m t f wa t to IM U
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R SALE FOR SALE MISCELL RESORTS IS E C
HoSIehnid Automobiles f k .... WlULIAMSu Son la ora Beach Cot-
.... Wrint AlMl.i4 tools. Large. comfortable, modern,
.lt SHEIHIIRD PLP., Te.- s-.-". P '.er Glide Oricnal on- wlakends.
B-ra I 3 0 les CUrLndu 6245. DR. WENOEHAKE.' Medlki ad inc.
-- __ ...I( ALE. 1 lcCentral Avenue "K" (. Grornlich Santa Clara Beach cottages.
.'.. n. -y Corner telephone 2-3479, Pan electric refrigeration, gas stoves. I
r . .- cnn.eltiblfe up..ght pc.c: oand moderate rotes. Phone 6-441 or
i MagC Chefi roce. All excellent ATTENTION TEENAERS. Pi*ilt 4-567.
-- ro.,d io- u-. reonably priced. for ,our holiday dances n iw. .
F LE . rc,, ,. 'to Carl rnao ma ; Agor, HARNETT & DUNN .re Prlilp. Oceanside cottage. Santo
. 'c-d .iact flI-. offering thr.e r specipl3 morts Clara, Ba. 435, Bolboa Phone
.; e. 2 e c'oers OR SALE- 1'41 Chevrolet Convert- course for only $110. Panoama 3-1877. Cristobal 8.1673.
',C..'; ..'e .: ,.uc .be ,n A. od.t.on. Dur Pa'd. November 19 and 2.th. t' Houm on b.och. Santa Clar Ao ..
r o. .,. -. st .q G6od Top d Tare Mus see. n Y". between 3:30 end Tp; in COOL Cmp noruntaink .
.. .. i.rr .-.IJ c c..u. to be apped. Pon r m Learn tle new doUble t ; Phone SHRAPNIL, Bboa 13891
.rCco. eH.-: ., -14, 44. 2 di. dury hours. '.Mar.bo. Bonny Hi, so see caretaker Wti e.
SFOR SALE 1949 4 Dr. Renault. alt.-Rumbao. ..e p Is
TABLE WITH SIX CHAJII. God codort- RADIO AMPLIFIElk Santo Color. PleaM bring our
;,.r is '.-ast.r h nna, tion'. Tel Balboa 2-1862 ERaCE rant. PhoClara. BPlbo11 P. b ur
.ae,-. .'a t "DUN-;FORALE -Cadillac 1951 62" 4- All ports edn Pn ..
'F' Ice .h '.e e. t T I c d Cr R & h 17.000 miles. Excellent climate Tropical Elonie. Calle FO
rabbt- toar,.. blh. r..a,, bocaded- condition, 52,950.00. Albrock 45 E, No. 2. Two blocks past BaHo l R" :'N i
,,cr. Mje ao abindet rkior to 32C3 Vista Theatre. ** o
.him.O-ln lir.r Neer used Leo.- ------ --- -----
:iing P-,-e r.ghl. Tel G.Cl,k Hgrs FOR SALE --1950 Custom DeSolo FOR SENT:- 3 bdr on "
.l8-~l1. causee 509-B 4-door sedan, Flud-Motic. leather furnished lonT blc from 50thL ':f "*
upholstery radio, mileage 2 1.000 street, corner h re 7th
OR SALE-- WedVec.- aOs tIoe Mallory .gni.on. Thompson Vito- sstCr oII W, Aveet,, coner Francisco. Telephone
l4b r: gr.,d'e in tohe rr .- meoer. ch-. ls t.rdercoed od FO SALE d I .a 3-295Son Fr nci 8..
SdIe br ,. r oven .tor ag. cb, ru proofed. new boillery good-3-2958.
p. S-.is Steel G ddlr tire-. ;' 7100 See at 1517-A motc woahers. cmFOR RENT -Furnished house for
.Qurers. S25100. Call Ft. Kobbr A':ee Sir r. Balboa or telephone mer:iol gas dryer. 1 three or four months ta D
7.__2-4284 after 5 00 aP m g water heater 6c0l 5 cember' f.rsr. Two bedroom dinirng-
_____________- galS. per tx comirfitl I I room. sttir)groam = m1 t, room,
F SALE -Moyoag .a her 25 c FOR SALE-Convertible 1948. 5tude- ng boards, r~o C r fit al etc. oolf Het)groo, i ts reon
0.i CO. r.4ectre cl ock S3 00 baker Char, pDon. Rodo. Spoltght. delivery, gziid condtit2 Lava-. t T. $165.00 er m c rent ,
t. tr Pe.eelI No 6 Apt. 4. Tel oerdre Duty paid. $750.00 or mitico 8054, 1 t t Tel. and water ncludedl ; nm
3000s r.rnngs,. best offer. Phone Balboa 2-4220. 14E2. Col-n. 3-0499. nam "1
ft SAWE Livingrebm. irtgm Fo P SALE -1949 Chevrolet Dooe r f SALE -;948 Oldsmobile 98. 4-3 0
* arc' belroom furnturxc Make by De Luxe. rcd.o. tires new. $850: door sedan, radio 5850; 4 piece R
o*es. [:e. Fria.dolre. God. Can be t.nanced. Phone 4-569. bedroom .-:t $100; gas rang S50; FOR
Ire. Te:echone 3-111 Ve s g.. deep freez $350. quarters 41' /
ta No. 114 A Ill V FOR SALE-- mercury 4 door sedeart; k Pne 6350. Qurar ers 41 A)
-".sed frgerators, gooa conaiaon, motor recently 6 r
SALE: Used rmacnerrotors, overhoulec Duty paid. Phone Bali OR SALE:--i948 Na'h SedA. Nab A 1NTION G. I. Just built, mdern m
es and osh I machine pn booa -2441 weekdays, btwe. condition. Kohler light plant 120(0 frished apartmentMi, e, tw I ml
y.vpayvme.ts. Call phon.2-5J44. 7.-15 and 4:15 watt) Chiro cost, c* bMdroons, hot, cold wote. Tel- aI0
SALE:-New Storte Stove, din- FOR SALE -1941 Cadillc M chest other RmoIgTold ephopne Panoma 3-4941.
room !et sofa bed. badiocm set sacr.ltce. T30000 Duty poad Re crn .g ar. C' 2- FOR RENT:- Aprtment in El Cn
ReolHar c.'sIl Fviela Api. No 4 c H 1 508_0 HGls St.. Diobl FOR RENT:.- Aportm'ent in El Cen-
**Oer Fn Apt. No 4 El- cen oveia;'I." House- 2-B Ir 0O- Ha. St.. Dblo greio, 2 bedrooms, livin, dining.
o .^i o Prj 3-073 o. Bes ad ,,, si. Apt. 1i7-, B.Bii FOR SL pione M room, porch. large icn, lu n-
S Call 83-3 09. A~ter 6 p. m., dry-room, maid's bedroom -and
SSALE FC r ~ dqe Coupe. late 1947 R S M-.Battery charge. Ow & both, hot water For firther. ref-'
.good ire di perfect, condi-'ing tn. C en please call Tel. 3-cl49, 3-
Ro-at& Moto, 9- i ~ o67'. 00. ScooterCuhman e. te .4282.a tm, $ .q .
SH. P. like new, $17500. Call Al- 195' '. OR RENT:-Two droo 't-
.SALE : -0Diesel Boot En .brol. 226. .R SALE:-- Pe mnt, with hot wat lee .'ub a 'u
ludo 6 cyl er 100 P. Model I m. House 255i 1. Avenue No. 58. Tel: 2-12. Pan-
68 ,ta % o 1 ctI n ear. WANT T BU ion 5D ..ma.lz N. 14 p. m.
1.500.- an be seenrand run after I RENT:-ne and' 2.bdro
:-00 3r eek 'lids. Call 8al-IWAN iEDT3O BUY -Pick-up. Mue- 1 furnished p artmFnt.. O- i bedr n-
3 Alo1daylthrough.FridoN. bleria TuiAi6." No. 200 Centrr 3 nit t' P n hod ltaretg- Offi. Ci entl
:30- 5 for Il& Ayoene. 37 knett's Photo studio 1 t ACentralI
SALE-; f t icekv W refrigerator as R SA.M:-- n pup AK
WyV,I" EX tgitn -an *' a new Crosley Shelva- isered. Telephone Panamo 3-5371.
pred tp e Te"l .*b0 dr Cyrhos,d Tivoli Crossing. 2'R SALE:-Gerrhan Shephqrd'Pu -
al0 or 6315. 1193 Dies. five week. old. TelWphoin A
-Position Offered WANTED 3- 15w I00.h i I
CAAMA *aN'hos wIihmit t( r t or edr OWL
AMTED -Parson with exoence Mi.lltaneoUS Pn OFICE IPMINT At arl mold's o be4 i
m ;_b'c.iv and Advertliing make FURNITURE FOR SALE kind s to ci Pan 3
t ve o:ooa Must, WANTED Three-bedroom chale .. for opeing n pubHic, s
Ap.4 Ern'.h and Spenlh per-' unfrmiihed. Call Panama 3-445S 11, .b10 30 Ao.( T 2 .I .Ji
ifg.t it e o-. p etc deth oWANTEDf ofc M
S W- .ope- dFia0B a, WANED- Home for one or two p" 0 ove
SA 0Pmr-- n rtuPar.- ,:nurg. tn. cot, One. ,cl.ow. on. 4 .le o,' R, and, UG1-...6 ,A-
:rb-, Al :red Telechone BalboR ity oers eectr an dha
S?'elt, Wanted 2-0 ...:. comtometrs. co~ .
E'C eck protectors mlmeo-
a .. w..ar h, ..-1 chrho FOU -e. .ic' m ro.rg ma-p
t ." L ,.S T. +- -, r I.
Sr r .- tr reun of I..hilna e rlors. idebo:rds andr /s-
r. r. : e rd rrj .:cE. t.!i. ed n :' it lost lto i t(c in Bu ,ld.rg No. 28.
-i. Fronr t Co r T. .,- NC -,N lb h.aw, and "C301' APea
or .c I a. DE' .. ,- r.,l and l& lboa-lr tion No 30 mac be '
u Ar ,.A' OCaonor. obtihne lfrcr- the above so r~es, or .'cr'et
t. R. H. fs ricn k Or-. TO W '"
S.I- e T -B. /.co ra, collect ftatf 'effieT, of SLuerimtendcrnt of
St Il SoreAhses" teleothore 2-l __. [ .e '.
'Beidi (4.1 Sl Is Specialist TwoNew Courses RETIiRrN? Cbnfa!

H hI sladntI gv ranches. n a
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To Lecl re Naturat tOffe Byl 11 III,%a E e .

P j; s?1^ ;l Hlslory Sociely For Local SudentIs
it, 4 berUEmtricl M. Sanrd, Florida.
Yioooifled Chief of theI Hl51E So le. Blg- Sn or -
,.alla Difsion of the Pan- f"or L .
i nl Company. arrived on .I .. ..
I thmus this week on the Dr. Benjamin J. Birdsall will Two ,w courses. "Introduc- i
"GOoetnals to takl.? over his talic to the Panama Canal Nat- tion t6 1tlon, Drama. and Poe- :
'Eitties from .Captaln E. J. ural Historv Society Wednesdpy try" And "Diplomatic History of "'. :
!about the Point Four agricultur- the UDUed States" will be of-
author of severTal ooks al program in Panama. ill's- feared. for the first. time on the A
MRineering and a designer o' trat'ne his talk with lldes. 3so5l by the LOnalsiana tate Cr
zn in various parts of The speaker's work as so U et'C "aribbean Program
nthe I ew.I-ndatral cialist for the United Fruit whe the second fall season a
to te agriculture consultant r" get under way Nov. 30. Frank We
W., R. Grace ann Co. and airr ile igtlll, LAp administrator ft
2. a' .A* ter of agriculture e peri announced today Iow I
JB1 .~ r- 6f tetations has taken himp tQ 11- English 55, a general intro- placed ,iciculrtten ~uing the
W pm wail and many South and C ,t- Guction to the study and appre- week by ths Canal Zone Lt-
a. .'' trial Amperican countries. Ak tlt dlatlon of fiction. drama and bra
k .1 i b present time. Dr. Bfi ll poetry will be taught
fnag-,e odrtv -- Divialobh. r gamuel IcNely. gSamlht by r t '
rsJtv: Agrculture and latturai R- Histoty 123. Is the hLstor.ical'he .",
farst :eourcea. Point Four and direqf1r evolution of Aerlcan Foreign Is n
l eoas nisICAP metinillcl start 1776l to the end of w iho'
th~ V..Ve i The meretins wlll^atart. t This course is tsfI d*
S- I. n I the G.orw a (emqrnaf bng i f '"' glve atlvanced Ieralatesl "
IadbraLr' Inv in rna.n. .. tudenta an opportundv to getr msn.l. pevl
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sfen,. nester of the 8panish course Tarn ?3i' -
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,ch4htaut filly Florera this afternoon will shoot
.her fifth- onsucutive triumph and eleventh of Marriage A 'Joke' Reese TolA eectf Jh Afi Bro iy
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te-a mixed field of Classes "A" and "B" -
seven fu, longs at Juan Franco. FComeCrOorld J aek1 eightP)
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three-yl'd daug hter Champion Joe Lou4 today ad-
ofTbano-Fleurie lhas blossom- -nMtetd0 that h. 73 Jiena ye- "d Enti
8o the recent sensation of 2-Royal Claim $4. 0 terday that he hd been married .
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t i tra three of On Two (ntldRoy.8. to get two choice meats" for the
r victories, three of them Claim) $3680 Kid Gavilan-Jobhmy Bratton t- lIt Race "C" Native -1 FA. roew : $UI um: l :ssIU 1"am
within the spao of eight FOURTH RACElt Rce Nt g u: .
the Panaa Gd 1-Marfil $6.60, 4, 2.20 le bout which was eld here last t ae "H" t : IAM l ;
iee holida2--Duke Malon $30, 3.20 ni tght. leer n ,
e Thi time Florera will have 3-Oti $2.20. In a telephone anversation Ft f e of the
he:ask cut out for her. Shae Qintiels: (Marfll-Duke Ma- yesterday with a Gibson, -" ,1
iher-task cuo ft out p for her. )She $159.60. secretary of the Inematonal --Cosa Linda A. GOna. 107lTxhaM Ian mu only 11-1
wiiave Lo first outsprint ex- Ion) $1 Boxing Club of New FTrk and 2-Diez de Mayo E. Orte. 10x- wm .-1
cetaihalUy fast OGreat uGame FIFTElRACE matchmaker of the-tlhq fight, 3-Duque C. Rula 118 -.-osldm -1 w
stave off challenges from stout- pil $20.60, 4.60 uls requested tw i ide 4-Domino R. Va. 115 -on 4
hetHed Royal Alligator and --Amazona 40 tickets for the figt ngk 5-...n Fin A. treL 117 e
finely have enough to within SIXTH Razoa tcat e was to be Ied l- -Dane In Mal 10.117 W 4
a possible homestretch drive by i--Double In $8.40604.0, 3.0 b his new wife, iak, 7--(Srena 0. San. 11 4-1
a Oossibleoithatney wo be -aie IL 3a -l l
the vastly improved Odyonedr. s2sweet Windsor $3.20, 2.20 to whom h got ed TUe- 8-(Romantlco A. Mena*118 ...-.a 4-1
Thea opinion of the 3-Mimo $3. day n Ontario,.Ca C dA. . .
:I wpely dlvidod on the out- Today Louis confessed that the
com aof this race. The racceap- cSEVENT RACE d Rae "h0 Native 4y Fboax to
pears, so evenly watched on l-T Collins $9.60, 4.20. 5.20 et two ringside seats. He added Sad Race "0" Natve P4 FEgPuphIl
pa Di that all four horses will 2-Pale Face $3.60, 3.40 "After all, the seats weren't M ea atm e of ","
ge plenty of support from thg 3-Golden Time $6.40. hot. They were in the third row."
re active fans. Second Double: (Double In- Louis waa previously married 1-La Hoa F. 0eam 1-
Alfredo "Chinito" VaU T6m Collins) $67.80. to Marva Trotter, whom b he di- 2-Taponao 4 1 s
the hottest rider at the trdi k. .vorced. They remarried an4 were 3--Piropo A. 9r T-1"
at prEsnt, will again be aboard EIGHTH RACE divorced for a second time.Last 4-Souvenir V. d 112i 3-1
Florera. Blas Aguirre will guide `T-xNoveno $13.80, night Miss Starks accompanied 5--Ta Lady R. Ouft 0l ptNeed 10-1
Gr t Game. Virgilio Castillo 2-,,)iscovery $3.40. ? L p to the fih but ahe told 6--Pola Orte. 10I -Distane. -
wilpilot Royal Alligator and xDead heat for first. news ermen that she I- not
Orlando Castillo will have the Quintela: (Noven o-Disco- marred rd Race "F Native P. e: StoJ olas.: 1:4
le up on Goyonder. very) $39. 3d R e "F" Naive t :
.. Ihls race has all the ear- t all ONE TWO aN
marks of an exciting race from NINTH RACE Foo a i eu s i -
start to finish. i-In Time $6.20, 3.20 1-BiJagual u. San. 114 -o .8-1
glht olher races round out 2-English Mary (e) $3.0. PR2-Proton 0. Maue. 110 -Jokey 4-1
p"Is program. One-Two: (In Time-English -V UNITED ESS -Volador C. RAl 116 --Good ra 8-1
Mary) $10.20. Nay 1a 6 4-Malaya A. Team 109x-One 10-1
sterday the Stud Buena Fe's South Caro. 20, West Virginia 14 5-Alons Mto 0. 110 -In
[ean newcomer 1Noveno show- Marquette 13, Holy Cross '7 6-Miranda Mal .Yse. 110 -AP e. Ua, -
considerable improvement Trh n r W n Fordham 38., Temple 0 -Villarreal M. tea 02-
ln his poor de but 1 Sinr Wis Army 21, Pennsylvania 14 ------ .
w esy and came from be- Amherst 28, Williams 14 4th Race "r" Native 7 *F. Purre: r 7.J gs-etelW :W ":
With a formldablb rush to nrhiEi u, Harvard 27 Brown 20 .
NMa dead heat wit'. tlhe Stud IlnTheser NJ OV. Yales Princeton 24 QUINIULA
aU's mud-loving Discovery in Pitts. 40 North Car. State 6
.Woatured seven furlong $a H ranUpa Mich. St 14,Michigan0. 1-Manolete 7. BM 11 -Rates xoo* chnc -
., earedseven fl np Ho e Race Cornell 8, Dartmouth 26 2-Pregonero G. Oral 11 .
els choice Flambaro set Boston U. 31, Villanova 19 3-DosG a u '.l 11 S r 11
early pace but soon re- MANCHESTER, Nov. 14 (UP) Syracuse 54. Colgate 18 4-0. Bound J. P 104 '1
hed to Discovery. The lat- Torch Singer, owned by 3. Lehigh 20, Carnegie Tech 13 5-W. Fleet /R. l10x--Jo ikey 1;
teten continued n the leadanso and steered by apprem- Wesleyan 12. Trinity (Conn.) 7 6-Tli ra1 mlels
11U the final sixteenth when he te jockey D. Ward, won the Tufts 14, Masachusetts 6 7-G. Wonder A. VL 112 -.Oets tt eve dtKm
'a olned by the fast finishing Manchester November Handicap Notre Dame 34. North Caro. 14
o Iand they went under the horse race here today. Maryland sssipp 0 Ith Rae "CD" l.s ortel s sSPrs: $6 Pao es ees: 3:
j[ so closely locked that even Rhode Island 38, Miss. 0
oto-finish camera failed The unconsidered outsider, Rhode Island 19, Connecticut 13 1-Arkansas V. Catl. 216 --Should mae It'here. aven
sarate them. who started at the odds of for- Delaware 1, Lafayette 2--Relampago II O. Csti. 112 --Rates io ah ii 4 1
pveno paid $13.80 while Dis- ty to one, scored a ten lengths New Ms mp 6 lre 7, Sringeld 6 3-Hurltees O. M 104 Culd 0I.mUi ow Cm1
returned $3.4. However, win over R. Hardy's Staress, Penn State 54. Ruer 2 4--P. 6alat6 V. Ordb. 10 --Returna ii rod.m -1
the day's best win odds were re,. ridden by another apprentice P. Ohio State 21, Purdue 6 _
0 I.rtflon whic f aid pyao, wo was qoted at twe- Ohio Weslyan 34, Wittenberg 7
So Ifatnke' I wro ato one. Iowa 27, Minnesota 0 6th Race "F" Imported 7 Fsg.Purse: S .M Pool eisl : e:U h MLM M
Colombian jockey Luis Giraldo Auburn 390 Georgia 18 .* 1 410,=
'won four of the nine races to be Third place went to Mrs. E. Furman 14, Fla. State U. 7 R- Bace of the Deut *
.the day's saddle star. Giriado Hartigan's Bondage, steeredby Wash. and Lee i hVirginia 13
ilted Rina Roi, Interlude, Tom George Littlewood, who finished Tentiea 9, lorida 7 .l-olde et. Is 107t--Could upset Watas -
Collins and In Time to victory. a short head behind Staress in William Mary 21, Richmond 0 --Newbrl LR. JVai. 116 I--Better t'OiMi- j 2r
SThe dividends: a photo finish for second and George Wash. 33, Davidson 0 3-8. Chum V. Castl, 11& Pri. I2"e -. 10
FIRST RACE third place. Bondage was quoted Wayne 14. Valparaiso 14 --C. Oreen L. GOralds 116 --RI ibe' ts b -1 fr a former a
I-Don Jalme $6.60, 3.20 at 8 to 1. Wisconsin ST. I0lnoi 7 5-Mingo F. RoM 112 -Ja 7M t fght t1 :o. .
S -Valaria $5.60. Twentyflve thoroughbreds' se- Ce 47, Wash. and Jefferson 25 -HnraM Lae V. Ordo. 11"-Wll fhtlt 4-1. A n
SECOND RACE ed the starting tapes for the Ohio U. 22, Bowling Green 14
S 1-Rina Rol $6, 2.60 mile and one-half event, which CincInnati 67. VMI 0 7 IRa "A&" lmPetWd I 71iPa : SI WV el4610 44tnud
SGolden Fan $2.60, was the last big handicap race Miml (0.) 20h Dayton 7 : 1 e : I
First Double: (Don Jaime- of the racing season, which ends AIda 27, Adrian 7 Io@&IG ies of th6 Doubtle
Sina Rol) 524.60. today. Indiana 14, Northwestern 6 .
,Haverford 22, Susquehanna 13 -Goondr O.'~dl 11 trn I
Pen Mhlltary .Albrlght 0 2-R. A. I
Clemsod., 34. T Citadel 13.3. ANi at .Do-r de .
, *, Rochester i. Kings Point 10 .
Western (I.1 Tchrs 27, Northern ~
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Illinois Normal 20, Eastern Ill. 0
Houston 37, Baylor 7 ''"
', T Tech 49. Tulsa 7 -Grnaero r nO. jL-iked.by "eert" O .
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Alabama 13. Georgia Tech 6 ; C.id A. M-WIorce tha .pae
Delawarf Stet 13, Howard JU tlSg tode
Virginia 15, Maryland Su oer :. .. 8
S. 4-........ :. aA. R40, Stetson 6' --aWuy
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Mi u 16, Kansas State 6 .. rI w.a si :
SOldaa A&dM 41. Kansas 14 W -
1, ,.4'rl, Colorado 14, Nebraska 10 r. Ol ,
Keattcky State 32. Knoxville 6 in
V. Jmorl and Henry 34, West Vir- 0 t
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K en. ,1. Louisville 13 t
VandV erblIt 21, Tulane 7 i
^ **:I;***' Southern Methodist 13, Art. 7 iao 7 ow Stt 0
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Texas 13, Texas Christian 3 Ia e M
MJ 'New Mexico 9, Wyoming 7 .- -.' "" "- yr - "'a' "
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i winning round Whnips BHS 14-0 .
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S "Back&White".Didogs 14- to take their fIrst
and boauled in Scotland; it is Scotch Canal Zone InterscholastLc Mle
Football championship.

Diestiled and Bottled in Scotland SpOrts Briefs .

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Officials at Loulslana State ..alI
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radf Into a burat of All- one. T we ha bWpu- already a legend in New
cam p thority from spocrti u Carlos -this 20-year-old hom
tn the Salazar of the Albuquequle Trib- rn Ho0 who wa an
r une center twoyod I in,
and i ea's been electid to
bit oathe TI r- that Larry s oa the'aevirest erity of N Me
oWhIer wMce White di nosatica ev tol oot-. F e. I n hnor I
Of the x bal thte 10iar eody eAcqidre tHt c,
doesit c l should 0e On 'afmue, 's thq infxfk
limit r tback" of the Lo, the La. low s tye o
oEh"e dtn tateef ln u ffiLa g to ta le that raise hA
Loboabke too r ta rarl'iotbin it l-ba-carrier. The
ames. whith.ay cut htIai dwi back who Isn't called swrvel- wind op atop hblback.
on the All-Aikerica cheek lits. hipped. The antedlhvian Loot- sacks of d* ald net f9t .
Yet ask tltUniversity of' Al- ball they praottee today i .old depAelt4 r re the ca
zona at O abbt I tuff tll stuff to th Een in the two- them .m
rough-h2 t. dle*r and ine- platoon eram the iftgged198- n'White p a
backer. B tial count in their pounder was a e0-minute player. ru b by
game.he nado"ra' ht Ui- 7all i IA a
per cen tje tar .- 1 N been the top center 16 the rlgger. t1 wn t
range w elba; 'to Uae o eomce for three s aeaen-as panled by 3 lutis a
He's alert; So far he's scored a freshman ln'19$1, a sbphomore scooL
four touchdowns a MNer ftI 150i and still to reach his A ll A. Ill,. guite a guyMI
ico, and a hUa e a- infm- gjaj-us a 1aber Ipn 'S. Theyc-an on yqr4 i
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 14 (UP)
SThe Army has quietly reduc-
ed Its strength in Europe by a-
bout 20,000 men during the past
nine months as part of the
E~tenhower administration's e-
conomy campaign, it was learn-
ed today.
The cut'ack--the numerical
equivalent of an Infantry dlvi-
s5ion- u ks made In the face of
ofncial denials that the United
States planned to reduce Its
strength in Europe.
Army officials said the reduc-
tln of troops in Europe was In
response to an economy order
.ail, down by Defense Secretary
Wilson asc spring for the Army
to cut Its manpower level by
100.000 men by next June 30.
The cutbacks are proceeding
on scheduic in Europe andj
wutrbin the Tunitd Stlaenrs The


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Army. however, has run into
trouble in making the reduction
in the Far East, where military
leaders are fearful of any
change in military strength be-
ca.se of the unsettled situation
in Korea.


Quick Trealment

For Baffle Fright

Urged By Alienists
W.'.SHrNGTON (U. P.) Three
Army psychiatrists recently re-
turned from Korea urge immedi-
ate treatment as the quickest way
to 'a l-acquire their confidence and
control."
The three doctors are stationed ...:.'
at the Army's Walter Reed Hos- .'-
piJ here. One of them. Maj. N ONS ARRIVE IN.
To as T. GI.sscock, feels that and his wife are green
field d..'.rs should be trained to them with a floral A
recog,..i:e and treat the mentally dted of thousands 6o
sick soldier as soon. as possible. t -
'in this way," he said, "the -toW
naurber of men lost because of


staillltion In
e: OaUL, rea, PeN. lM (UP)-
retornud toa emI tody
tour of UnaIt n sttai-an-
tioa whbre Re
with hIuadrs of ad
m stral Natan.

t n arbases he talwl th e
'h'. bMy, one o.
the few jet aeoA sIl) In Korea.
Nlxon climbed a mb he n eock
explained what all.t gadet
SHe ald'a ritsit to I
mas hall where nislreds of
airmen crowded aroid to greet
him and watched, a 201*tlon of
Sjiots fly Pst In -e.



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combatt exhaustion can be cut C o
He added that if battle surgeons o C v r charge Ose
Could deal "kindly but firmly with "
lear reaction and combat anxiety
cases, most of -.the men could be 1 ou rbn St reet
brought to re-acquire their confi-
deice End control."
When such rough and ready A -per
hr'etment is not effective and ex- NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 14 (BP) "did not have her breasts cover- lnd 19
idLn.tion shows no physical dis- Garish Bourbon Street's bare- ed." Stton,
Stity the soldier is sent to the skin emporiums nervously a- U am color blind," he told the Nai
Miar for psychiatric consultation. waited today the outcome& of a defenseattaiWe "but I have letters I
Maj. Richard L. Conde described "test" case brought by a DsiaO vld ad.I'm sure theater ndin
?ie reasons for such treatment: man who said he was colonsue anything atcden
"A man has more time to con- but could still see what dt ythg on accden
rider the case from a strictly in- "Texas Tornado" wasn't ered the dane- The
Ivtidual standpoint, the further he in her strip show, to iNasdtes' to court n eh mi
[ from combat. Get hm back ealina next week eNa
here the discomforts and perils The showdown comes u tm a edtmporar or- Awar
of. combat seem more remote." Thursday when 'the Torid the city fromthe
Maj. Dermott A. P. Smith, who uer orders ow come tomf Ste h. c fro A.
ld frequent conferences with arn what she rate pe
medical cbrpsmen both before and on or her act when she was ar- tug was expect- atlon, i
after battle. mentioned the impor- rested by policeman Charles A. a t whether the pas- the
lance of morale in preventing com- Henderson Jr like the real ons w
bat exhaustion and neurosis. Henderson said that frm Naval 1
"Dry socks, regular mail, hot waste up, she didn't hae could result in some cited fo
fo, when possible are important," thing n. h ges b ma
he said. "And )ou can always do a Ih f urbon Steet," attor-
hdOurbou Street," an attor- Pes
lot for a soldier by being nice to But the Tornado, othrwse d a ."I Miss Bradley has cates
him and maklun him leel that he known as Lerna Vida Britt ra. ited the law, a lot of others Captain
belongs in the outfit." ley, insisted she was wean h~ie too." alsmatC
small flesh-colored caps over trict, .l
N tural GIas her breasts called "pasties." officer I
NSura he admitted the flimsy cover- Chi Station,
Service On Rise Ings are supposed "to give the re U T. a C
ServICe n se lUusion of the real thing." Ing o it
In Eastern US usual Interest," said Civil ...... P i Plan :
In Eastern US ,"Thls a m e.o I f 'p Plan
trict Judge Frank J. 8tlch. -.'
NEW YORK (UP) New York case is actually a suit by t ion
Kiate homes and industries have city against the French Qurter ir.o
1eeived a large boost in natualor at least against most o f Bo. w.
Ias service in the last few years bon Street." IO N, Nov. 14 (P)
after a $937,000,000 epanlon of n ee. n
th East's pipeline sysdm. Bourbon Street, a solid line ofre Departmen
The Gas Appliance Manufactur- Jazz bands and strip shows, nms i new production B
ers Association reported that 9 through the heart of the French sons which would o s
prjects costing $937Jn.300 and Quarter. producers of y wit
iaverin 4,025,0d000 cubic feet "A lot of the girls along B 't comply y withe c all
natural gas a day-enough to bon Street use pasties to fr esecrop
operate 479.000 gas ranges for a within the law," said Miss Brad .u p support on any of r
year-have been completed or are ley whose club in threatened .
nearing completion for service to with loss of Its liquor license C trog areC wheat, cotton,
Ecmmunities in New York and But Henderson insisted he pea ts, tobacco and rice. -
nearby states. Miss Bradley dancing and sh ust made an honest mia-
take and felt we should correct 11M" wi
-, r A It." said Boward H. Gordon, ad- bou t
m inistrator of the department's eEri1
new Commodity Stabilization
.erve. lbetw5~
On Oct. 8; the department an. a -mil
S 4taht a wheat farmer, to s algi
be lAt 'for price support in M
19M, Would have to obey all tmar
basIe rs acreage allotments i gt.
aet n isfarm. The provisionlt*L
Was to cover the tive
on Oct. 22. maek
Department at-
4 last Monday the mr
'world not be le9al
Attorneys pointed A
That almost all W=
Would have been
,the regulati'p
i, l Regkster.
rs also Dlate ;
tive diificult "
hI 'erosn-com
1id protested lhe
kv ,been consulted In
a O eeak msaid.
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(NEA Radio Telephoto) bo koanp s
o COPL O' COICM eldent-elect Ramon Magsaysay At i, wr ds1
by his wifb (right) and his 19-year-old daughter aboard My n his
In Manila Bay after hearing that President Elpidlo ai s., when re
had coneeded t: phe a p to him in the Philippines' d. oI caught his e&
906i "sd Ms Ylm y was leading by nearly.one horse went in,
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Itor Vehicle Safety dur-
Searned the Naval Rado
Summit, secretary of
y Award certificates and
n both fields for Its out-
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t preventloa.
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eeved4 the s ea ot
y motor V ehic Safe
for the. e peod
Sof its 1w .11 cqt
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ifies as a full-time matador in Madrid. Felix, a 19-year-old, twists .his face An pain
iP) at the moment the bull drives a horn at him. The yourig apprentice is tossed to the
"wund and bottomr the bull charges to gore him. Felix was later taken to the hopital.


IT' THE END of the line for these cre4mi*mbers as they wind
up military contract operations of United Air Lines In the
Tokyo airlift. The. ccew of the DC-4 includes navigator Rob-
.ert Paul (foreground; W.. A. Trembly (left), captain, and
Pen Harper, the plane's first officer. The airline company flew
more than 13 million miles across the PaciA~ in the airlift.
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HOUSE SPEAKSR Jo-*epkf W.W:sr Sr., poses on the wW
of the giant streamliner, Amirka, as he sails from New-Erk
to Europe, where he will visit West Germany at 't v iri-
tion pf the Bonn government.- He will also visit Italy, MYugls
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r~o Cecili ainel deoRemna, First Lady of Panama, hugs
*ara Mogns and Barbara Hammond, Canal Zone teen-
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THE STORY OF RO2D WHITE aq heaven know ..
how many mental dwarfs was due e off UWat wee,
Usual thing is that the story efled .6M ai trMf
one knows the ending. It's the midQ4 th.thq '
to put together. And bow many Wy b .t.S *
Ing of to get to the happy ending. OK r. at
/ -vento
This character. Harry Dexter White oemf to have u ctirt
known a whole heap bout nickels wh ih side wak e p d1
heads, and all .tha sort of techn al stuff which It As n result other ecftt.D. it
takes ordinary men all sorts of time to master, prin- 000 in darhages against bstba seba b
cipally because they never see enough nickels for The sits were brought by two
long enough to memorize the data aforementioned, and a former minor M :'
alleged losses due to b .s g .l
WLh.te saw lots of nickels, because he worked In the The dealsion leaes
Un.Lte States Treasury. In fact, he rose-to some- cnelse" k ataet. The
w..ere pretty near the top of that organization. Seems layer to e tam.M
then iamillarity bred contempt of nickels, because he or Mi. It was am e
started getting to acquire an Interest In rtbles, which the two players ea q t
is presumed to be what the Russians. paid him for General reaetioe d~a.
.-hnn ing them secret Intormation on the United officials: a sigh of're(i o '
B aux -
The Notre 0i6 3e
In Ti;s story of Red White and the mental dwarfs highest score 0 the
tlc.L: :-.cms scant doubt that White was a Soviet spy. United PrIe
Tall& about the only thing straight In the s.ory. Notre Dam i Il
sot 365, Polat..
C)iLs.dering the utter confusion that prevails all The Irish we n one
acLJ.s the United 8sates concerning the Treasury It high et
stems fair enough s rategy on the'part of the.l d --
States to have visited some of thia o nftustn upon Thirty-one O thle 3 a
the Russians, for sure it is that Treasury lgu tionfo thed&a.
1trans:ated into kopecks could keep the larger part of best team. T 3
Ri ssia's trained operatives scratching their heads-tille and one
:the holes showed. In this White cae, perhaps both l., irOt.i
ex-'resident Harry Truman and the FBI actually were Ma lda i
acrkang quietly together to Utilie the unknowing Stae an UCLA.
Wnlte ,o tie up the cream of the Russian intelligence homa c T
cc "ns for fruitless years. en I
Ss theory has not been much canvassed so rr a 6 games, n
co,,.d be seen from last week's reports out of the US '
or ;the White case. After the le rs "tr e
o far it remains exclusive to the PanamA American. sL ni 12th, RiCe
YoJ may not get much enae out of these pages, but 14th. Mieneo 1 s
you sure get service the others dof't give. for 17th. an,-
Other vote*
With all those Soviet skull scratchers out of gen- State, AbaSeth.e a
erea esolonage cireulatlan. Mr. Truman might have
been able to keep all aorta df vital state secets from The Athletic
the Kremlin, such as the color of the shirts he wore wedneila
:at Key West. and whether he was ahead of Maj. Gen. R&Park
Harry Vaughan In'tthekr poker sessions, and other T!Ie a th4 1Ikl
sa niser particulars which the conspirators bf the touuh Iucka he aIi
Krem.in seem to del)hti In coleoting. .-- o -. '
3e this as it may, the pioncipal viewpoints now bred black WsP .,".
hi aE-'anced In the current row on whether Mr. Tn i- ~ Handiap
man promo ed White to the portion of US Sepresen- '.would up.iee.i
tative on the International Monetary Fund despite' ad also ran g,
FBI warnings that the man was a Soviet spy are
thee: Peg T
1) That the Truman admntnstratlon. t wit&-rI a
essness or darker reason, refsd to red.t e a t- .E rl .
reportss and promoted Whte in ttl kn ed imer
he was a suspected Rusan 4geant but not :ri i g
to be anv sort or fdreentonen2. sitdiiteal .fa'bt .-
Job. (This from Republloan). The
2) That Truman and the FB.I ame to a dee to -Th,
lei.e White loose, so the FBI cd .tread the Br an estL n
slan trails leading to and tr r a (hir, S view has i ta o(
not registered, with any speei plt). -on his
3) That White was fired Just sn on as there .W wh
reasonable, well-sipported evidence of. his unsitit. a .aan! a
an'lity. (This the Dmaocwertc viw). tl i th
Af.er Attoraey General. erbert roTvi4 Jr. aI.
opened the White story In a OBchi0pse h, thime was I felt e a
brief skirmishing as to whether nLteh the on the
e- been fired or quit. It hardlymatt wh a .to huM
..C.e so comfortable cells as White In -the .W4Lbhl ot the
tor. madhouse are generally, offered the opprtln Dykes.
eo quitting anyhow. Thing s, he was out. has
The forow,
"he Reoublican-led Conaresslonal onrrtttes, fiar. n
ful that If there was another New'.- ers style -i -
.Reoublican swing tley would be 1o afalr toa e .
comlnt Democratic-led Congr .eseld.a o anel M ,or Jni 'ed
into the act.
"hev subpoenaed ,brmer Preodeit IArTry rmn
w- 1 told' then "I'o thank yo ..
ihey aubienaed uprme Court JUtli e T r .
who was attorney general at the timt of the .W *
aifair. Clark told them "No thank you. ..
*"hey subpenaed Jimmy Byrnes, who was sectai
prEate at the time of the White affair. IFyrenesl
them "No thank you." -
-"hey summoned Harry VauTua 4h. Barr. ,' -.
Vaugan at thetime of e Whi lp told
.them "I can't recall." the
?olstered with all this enlightenze"l and further -Bnj t.g
florL;:ed by President EtsenhQweLs %Fttha
Mr. Truman would never hate e
Strnitos. with the imA
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committees for the most 't
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steam is Harry Trdm as as
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SYOUTHFUL POIRAT SKILL-Claud. Okamoto. of Par'l
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S Hlfa Mr, Ia TMI Claude, who hal acthlted bl painting
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S1-Applaud
5--Iollow
out
10-Mud
volcano
15-Bin
t1-Cavity
20-Reason
21-Dres
w ith
beak
12-Wander.
in;g.
workman
28-Allege
24-Disposal
26-Herb of
Hima-
layas
IT--IAe down
2--Political
gathering
S'6--Dispirlt
t I- .Inhunme
34-Sffter
5-Exacel.
lence- ;

R0-Prth
41*-Malaya

42-DibiteaI
sufferer
4U-Vauted
chamber
8-iExamitne
judlotally
4--Moun.
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HORIZONTAL
62-Earth-
g:ant
64-Ministers
of state
S--Wear by
friction
87-Wise Men
9 -Rodent
80-Soak up
41-Heart
(6-Com-
manded
3--Publish
86-Contro.
versial
68-Recon-
struct
70-Fasten
72-Narra-
tion
74-Caladlur'
75-Sower
7T-Of a
dean
8O-Poison-
ovsa
aubstanee
83-Estimate
M--Solemn
promise
6-S-pllt
pulse
i7-Cap
89-Ennead
O--rapanese
sah
91-Short,
stalk
With one
flower
only
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95-Catch-
word
96-Rigorous
98-June-
bug
99-Mongrel
100-Concern
102-Gum
resin
103-Color
104-Artificial
channel
106-Narrow

107-Lighted
coal
109-Dancer'a
cymbals
110-Free
112-Recede
115-Shot in
billiards
117-Strong-
hold
121-Tune
122--Censure
125-New
star
126-Thresh-
okl
127-Elf
128-Incensed
129-Always
130-Defended
success-
fully
131-Con-
sumer
132-Worker
in
rattan
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1-Scorch
2-Fondness
3-Fish
sauce
4-Volcanic
glass
5-Barely
sufficient
6-Gallop
7-Of us
8-Ridge of
drift.
9--Punish-
ment
10--Eurepean
wheat
11-Great
number
12-Shelter
13-Dispatclh-
er
14-Go In
15-Hire
S16-Noise of
surf on
shore
. IT-Wadiwn(
bird
IS-Stud r
25-Joy -as
28-Lifeless
31--Gude
33-That
which
imparts
drciular
motion
38-Of
apple .
34-RAgue
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VERTICAL
38--Full of
fancies
40-Vase
41-Tennis
stroke -
43-Seem-
ing.y
contra- g
dictory
44-Musical
exercise
45--Insurgent
47-Manner
49--Chief
560-Cap
53-Knock,
gently
54-Droll
55-Ahd P
not
58-Empty
60-With-
drawer
62-Nonme.
tallfc
element
$4-Small
bird
66-Induced
67-Tip
0--Dull t
finish
71-Wharf
73-On the
aide
75--Tedious
talk
7--Tag
77-Fishing
pole
TO-Droop.
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82-Neccssi-
tous
85-Broader .
88-By
91-First
92-Food Asli
3--Brook
94-Slightest
97-Green
99--Of heat
101-One
Sgathering
w with
patient
labor
103-Mem- /
brtAne
of e'e
104-Cavil
105-Plare
108-Mark
109-Tall
lender
candle
111-Greaser
112-Head.
stworg
113-First
canal in
U. S.
114-Cultivat? ,
115-Arrived
116-Tree of
Guiana
118-Bird of
peace
119-On a
par
120-Fat
123-Toper
124-Advance
guard


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ebM s.... n his very next assignment he sub-
Editor & Publisher revealed that a newspaper emitted this insolent expense report: "I changed
actually ran the following for one edition. A a half-dollar (minted in 1907) at the Adams
story about an unwed-mother was handed to a Street 'L' Station. I received one quarter, one
copyreader, who had just gotten over a binge. nickel and two dimes from Miss Frieda Slackjaw,
He put this head on it: "Another City Editor who resides with -ibr:Darents at 6262 Cottage
Born!" Grove Avenue. She contributes $7.50 a week to
--- the family budget. Miss Slackjaw Wore a blue
When we were a cub, a Scripps-Howard coly- cotton dress (very becoming), had bobbed hair
mistl's copy failed to appear on time.. .A frantic and an inlay covering three lower.4$eeth in her
edotr finally got the very sleepy hookey-player left w. She accepted a dime for-fare on a
on the phone..."A messenger," he bar "wU southbound train and made no comment on my
e at your pace in exaCtly three m.. remar that it was a nice day."
Then he hunBaup. MacArthur's report kidded the rule out of ex-
The colyumlt-tumbled out of bed, gropd itenc
around h i desk, pltked up a copy of the b
N. Y. American, clipped out Brisbane's Many years age the talented sports writer Wil-
copied it word te. word. anl.~ietaced it with one am Slocum was covering the Yankees (in Spring
l1ne1 "Just what does Mt. Balsbane mean by trttaLin ) for the. W Y. Am erioao...A youthful
this???" scribe Fr I The ews a-epty witing articles
It was the howl of the town. ... (etr .da) that Tony Las3 er .was through...As
------. *' thq tralinwng tuPA was endlng--Tony belted the
Artem Ward, one of the slyest wits Qtf. b ll for a bo~iwrit the bases loaded.
newspaper eait. was lned to covern aIm. r.gw, thl lead: "Tony Laseei came
Pota cw- hunctlis...DBefore e go there he t ,whh.th' bMaa s-packed and clouted a 4-
ud at a bar to heid a sew d tfogoQ t the -bager sending home Meuel. Ruth, Gehrig and
assgnment-.. .W nhen e sobered up, he drew upon The Young Map from The News."


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_s .. 1 Peter Edson In Washinoton
-0-
SWASHwNGTON--(I A)-It fis't he was considerably Irked by the by raiL Right aiL: the cease-fire
tV l l work lo that gets Washiag-seating protocol. agreement assigned, U. S. ra-
top bureaucrat dew.. It's thp It meant that a buaeh of law- dar picked p flights of new Rus-
.....- .... .. asist -r i Tae he makers who bad to sit next to sl aircraft nto North Korea, In
.- ca e tof Seretary o9 State and each other-en capitol ll wre violation of the armistice terms.
ml i -r. They' gi e reveal t had Mrsg. SJohn-'F.I.ter forced to t n, the same order Shipping the planes in by rail
new l old- teehaO lee baot ad ItSraturd at ireb Af a -lay I that in- even when they were supposed to makes radar detection im 'ble.
tee stak t he drede'Cn-g T Ia. .; ankaoaL Ws.ad be redlaxing. Nalt Vsaerals In
*ral t .M wbhe h 't k-RdtgPa. Alt. a a e of nGree d lesd the Mart- Moves German World War II rals
use: si**e Kb Pi hot ofd resident wte-te hie Justic of the United have been hired by Egyt build
;orced a L w "tgerMmt"_ eomm ies."- .ir foro ablint at te States. Eat warren has finally up and train-its new armed forces.
icy .badk In- l be sela .'-- wte Rouse, Se tary and Mrs. moved out at his downtown hotel The United States was at first in-
tZ_." ~otr ardelature_, to par- More and more w ri.d Iabor lead- had to take to te woods- to bachaoruarer In north-west vited to send. in its mil' -ry ex-
ys"e uge plants. and even se--ars are becoming d oever Washlngto. Mrs., Warren is do- perts to Egypt for this ; But
lcte--areas. the d which I Rearmka They sneaked off for a week at ing up their home in alifornia, this government had to ? for
Here's how It's -devel n be- meat op an a .on some of ithir W0--acre retreat on an island preparatory to moving east. for fear of offending the B-
ind tbS;e: .n;s' A la- Ad qat week, top GIQ L ake Ontario. The ,plaie is so good. The Warren's ait wedding The Germans' firt 2 :3ypt
bar have paid t A eio to c 10U thlir executive ic remolte that they have to carry in anniversary not long ago. had to is to bui'' no sel-c- -**; and
-the, AFL a.& CI peae "fiM pr. e-Odet., John Rife, an' ultima- firewood to ..4at it and. they cook be celrat by telephone. morale of ,te u.- r' oops.
These h" ~e~ted uo~gB ai -he must quit the organisa- by oil-lap light on a stove fled eed Demons Paintrb P-,'-
around sec pacts in which sets up a com 1by bottled gas, their only modern Memo to tbo U. S. congress: The pre-ent fs f-"- ':-'-Your-
eael ii to step raiding religionn" to te great iths convenience. Sofia, Bul radio reports that self" home repairs has re in
the otweriy. Powerfl am- te. wrld or leave his CIO post.) the eighth diary session of tee a new business market wa a
ion EB. av batted fh ife, or e of the most important What! Yes Again? Bulearian Assembly re- sales potential of $75 a year for
:e a dade -hare now ob- .*oral Rearmament adherents La Since Washington.protocol de- cently mnt in regular session. Ac- every house in the United States.
erat ~4. u eau is lt or tue the U. S., dse the CIO. mands that offilaei and their cording to the monitored broad- Of this amount, 960 is sentt for
,.a ta level to rat-m i The worlds laber leaders, in- wies be seated at lormal dinner cast, 5 laws and 194 decrees were lumber. according to reo rts made
Sfys re, itht AL. a eluding tln fte atl trade according to their rank, a severe passed it this session. It lasted at the Washington meeting of the
wlt at the CEO dionent.on antMona Ibs have been enly test of conversational ability has one day. Ntati-".- Lumber Ma.nylacturers'
s yu ; on e eva-st fends b beinben developed. Sangster At Work
S thee "no raidanb spent acr os e globe by that or Washigton gags:
that the unions w1 anizatix ..-. More or less the same people get The ner -slogan of the power One prot,)em "h' 'i the lumber
w atting i on eaech -a- a voted to the important functions, trust is said to be, "McKay while men are investigating is how to
wll. also -aCeOIvte in' "Date Beck, head of the wVl d's.Th s means that the same people the sun shines." reduce the costs of painting wood-
struck plant ill ar mIst union, the Teamsters have to sit beside each other for Baseball -magnates who have work. To avoid this ncst, and high
be c a in er. T CIO ls B ood, has just -red hisdinner after dinner. They either been trying for years to break up -imber costs, many homebuilders
usual s toe fbctry, be it locals solicit 'Lo ment in- get to know each other 'awfully the New York Yankees'farm sys- are t-rning to brick and other ma-
he; eeton or auto. It's m rvestig-.os" o th activities. Iwcl, or they become terribly ter are being advi'-*. "Turn the tearials.
-he productie ep. e AFLs athe n n that the ha bored ob over to Benso ." Detil painting around doors
outside et4e prmarRily on the moa lt- of. the juicy inw- Ike and fPrtecol Truce Vielates e ani windows accounts for 60 per
i lstrib iosf end i. iae d ei mls of It's reported on good authority Ambassador You Whan Yang, .nt of house painting cost. Lick-
VerefoiW r, wherever a peace nt pres on swiftly O that when President' Elsenhower Just returned from his native Ko- ing this probl m, the lumbermen
pact hasbeen si d, ar p can ganised company which inre gave is informal stag luncheons rea, has.brought back report that -eported, would help them recap-
be compl l araI dung a mdB.tlins of union members big land breakfasts for members of the communists are now shaping ture part of the market now lost
soayppw .#t),-nI o beable to iml Beck also rged the lo- Congress last winter and spring, crated aircraft into North Korea to metal doors and window sashes.
move the ptii acts already made ealt to probe the insurance com- --
and lying inm miive~iw which, paniesan4 brokesiae -nituj. i
in th3 past, ;have : pim-bwaught In- i.a'""a tlen ti** -cot o our
.t even during. local~a he wan ^I tar W in h In NY rks r
-4 pipeq(- tImm u It huen is, werrWubr. ,
,nnfql-beeajmya theuksu Ut be t[W a gjap 4W inch'c N w -Yor
,ieweetrha ve fally se acbed thorn who- wou'i 'attah m-
.he end .. the automatic wage see as leeches on the bo of o -
spiraL ikes. ar getting toagh ~l A d labor' td t ase G M OF THE PRESS his imagination and wrote a glowing account of
er te won. 1iedi lloserl~esd 'are ei4. to the dlaestdlt organizedd
calli fran ca m. or =ore meaM orgm. ra rh weo Du rit the days of daylight raids by the Luft- the .afair.. It was published on Page One and
a~it very wheree I've. b oo e' Andthea eck becadn the &lst waf s t-per ent reports that the Nazis would turned out to be a dubious scoop...No other pa-



-. &ate at mto at t s aeud sd Dor) an excellnt plae ranufnbrthing... "I couldn't, he indignantly straight-faced, "as -

this e m ets. if -. umator rank and ffe to n d kept walling or earesonden sto o er crrie d t becaus.. the event was postponed
3 s there are predic- rig t into theeha.lot booh pad toanita -Casey'sspecialty. Then therewa H.Alen Smith another witty
tions a e lMwi tsee a record votes the old etfi.wes te l r.e wrote onebeauty. Iast told how the erman member of the profession, who had more fun
strike wave .te Tak ao d .je rm. eho tacked and Jettsoned their bombs playboying than w laying the typewriter...Leav-
sne.o hurt our general ersip of the affiliated Internet[: p reoer every dayito be met .by then blunder he leftton whe reurned-seeral wee





r nast ow blear up whe dopp o edf nto the water off Shkespeare ing a. cocktah i party one sundown, Smith stum
a ofMto. t a"are .o.nd sideh over) anexcellent pewe forfsunbathing.. oI couldn't, he indignantly straight-faced, "af-




CIO's poittain l peers aenjubt for tehe Athrnd that wen they exploded o harmless- bled and dented the sidewa...He wid his e
M=aUnts.They el e ith tm s rank nd o gelln (o mae it ther.ht itor: worry but I broke a leg"...To which thee

""e.rels 5 I -i8seefe. Its le )le e... D, re or basn replied:t "How in the worlds daid you ever get
es t le s Then td Ithoer yourfootin a highballn S an
p an ho w tseat s e m comnitteers to deny to te wrote one r during the raids. The Nn m r f al the rofssion w ad O'Maey mafn-
ae .bikef t her S.,MIesia Sov -pitelm- n ate bombs barst d n toed other gulls had tayned-a taunty attitude toward life...He was
he ca tak the Poitlieal Action ia re-eleted in a national poll ow to set- rP and frivolous in the most solemn circum-
Io's a re er I Maa .N union te tie l droppled idwn teo water off Shakespeare in tanoes.After a dotne sundown, Smithstrnk-
ant a- r a su- is Wanr .foemihe.. ..ds rt when t hey bmbso... deOs named ths e in wouleed curtail his career, OMalley wied ied
]an*mno .eeet oL~ t el Wit ah et C atb e annt -ap tuTblll.s.". o.fRas(we xmcit theirhunt. itor: "Sorry, but I broken an essay denouncingch the
ein Crsea i seer bt U t t a had.a e .The articles not only a r..-. Except. reportan Lh Chicago bo repied: "How Inon... was a reporter for the Sun forget


One ID*.J port s rey sthab t its dus income 9 over s,eg,00'n outlt bt n e London Daly Telegraph.,. 14 years," he wrote, "thirteen of which were
the htrm sa. d or t- a toeon sfitTsllc ..Interest watsso great all over one f Ot iaUey's attributes, it seldom impaired
pNute Sutk h atst. CIO Whs* excuse ei this g of irttalh the opposition gaettes got miried, his reportorial Nenlus. "I enjoyed reading some
bstat nf leta Atn s, relcaited I oalp *bonthebombsburt-oo the other gulls had taeed- a jaunty attatuCe toward life .He was



goina to the fair s teMs reeit (tve foar refeq .anato hapve .Ti daltely MaIl et-or lire his Daover man for didn't recall writing them."
autumn wees," sai th CO pb Ao pro-Soviet records in our Ca- mutling he human treasto ry... That bravethat drink-
lieists the other da'. gresst probers'.books? ll represented a itishers, he said...When Jack O'Brian, whose Journal-American cover-
-------- ---I Caselearned that the reporter lost his job (over ae of the Godfrey-La Rosa story raised circuia-
e a s soop) he l D onb t ewapaper friends n Lon* thi ons from coast to coast, started his career in
Chess 0 h -Pusle No. 1 -least-Oct. 4 tried to make excuses for the discharg. ud hea gr vedi er He cameS o New Yerk
~ s e solution to upday CreMwud PUS> "Bgt dammit, Bob," one.editor protested "el* the P. A Buffalo churchman friend telegrapn-
iie, r a L A int T Mhbir toda at. eryone in EnTland texalkciting abpiet yceur sbtor the ats adding: "lad to see ydenouncin haven't
stal I ne.ia pti and Kaand t-at w rndteRpl gulL It weoldw't be sa em-f changed occupations."
A- r 1 ,-as. Ci l.: ROVXING b but it appearesf exclusively in' The
R affi l~rccGgglP .BAaR TOD. OF* t"..a"Th story was nact only exclu. WBhg playwright Charles MacArthur was a
i CA mi: AiLO. TO CbURIOUS It haey sahid s not only was ihoan "...The g portpr his Chicago paper announced a strict
S. *V Daly iail rehired the reporter...But it wasn't ruhe for itemizing expense accounts...The stat-
S n* eaod It was Catey's way of saving the eow'reporter lost his job (vegnoed t until the cashier raifused to pay
Job. .of on sloppy tabs...)MacArthur was one of the




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(Text and pix by
Ralph K. Skinner)
On November 1, in honor of
the Cincuentenarlo of Panama,
a formal ballet was presented
at the National Theater, It was
attended by three presidents
and by the representatives -of
36 foreign nations.
It was good!
The sanm performance ,with
the same music will be repeated
next Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings at the National Thea-
ter and tickets are for sale to
the public:
The program is in three parts,
La Cucarachita Mandinga. a
Panamanian children's ballet:
Mendelssehn's Piano Concerto. a
classic ballet (Professor Ha'ns
Janowitz at the piano); and
Acuarela.s de Espafia, a collec-
tion of authentic Spanish danc-
es:
The National Orchestra plays
for the entire .production and
the music is strimnrlating and at
times will rival the dancing for
atfentton
'Costuming was designed !y
the pointer of the scenery and
there is harmony in the match-
In)z colors
Americann readers will be iT-
terested to learn that tWO
Ainerican teen-agers from thti
Zone, Barbara Hamrrond an:l
Karen Magnuson, were princi-
pal performers in one ballet.
done to a beautiful piano con-.
certo
And of eoiree, Anna Ludmi.-
la, founding professor of Pan-
ama's National School. of the
pance. is a native-born Amer-
ican whose dancing has take
her to many parts of the
world. he is now in charge of
all -illet activities -of the
school .
ApprotriAte to its presenta- .- ... ; ., -. ..
tons as the Cincuentenarlo B~': Anna Loammil a(Mrs*,ltowa- G)sb. he fmag th d -r- .
let of Panama, was -the-use of so a e' I.Means k, tshe WtioWa ett,.. '
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