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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: AA00010883:01779
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Po eI,4 SA e ,, ov...I ANC1U s o so 1 0o By VICTOR RIBSEL
THIS 15 YOUR ORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMNS Secret government d ia s IQ O
full classified that was with
held froil Congress.9% d
available only to the i4- Bj
and the Cabinet, has been system.
'eTHE M A IL Bs) aeically passed on to Son a.tW&
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o agency officers since I99 by the
ThweMil Bea is an open forum tor reeder oef The Poname A n Harry Dexter White espionas
am... Ltrs are received grItefully and arer handled b I a wholly San in T a.is network operated through
SEnv mor. t h carefully ipanted Am aS Co A_
It yesa t eM le a l nes don't k impatirent it doesat appar the carfmunist operativesd In
iei day. Leates are publien she i threr received. placed on the most mse ere tive AS .
Please tr kee t hoke e letteI r limited l mone r pageleg lth government su per-ommittlC WN. aut, 1
Identify et letr writers a held in steritest centidnce. signed to develop ad' '~14+15 4
This mewpepr numes a no epomlbilir ter t ailments as splellom S military and. ',r- (r(T
expleesed in letter from esser icies.
.us, the Stalinlst Politburo In
o ,to 0cow was well informed of ow P ,
plans while these
BRICK FOR 'BRATLESS' were yet in the dia te* si u'ai M
Panama The Russians knew wi & wr LeTTL.
Dear Sir: .,m..nng almost as fast:dl top WA'D
This is addressed to "Bratless Zonlan" who thinks the pollUc executives ex dressed thmo
should stop those "preposterous parents" who haul their children Thus, the Russians akne
from town to town on Halloween to get a handout. existence of secret oea t
I am one of those "preposterous" parents who somehow wants which were unknown, aW e to
her children to enlov a bit of Halloween spirit denied them be- our people, but even to em Cab.
cause we live in Panama where this old American custom is un- inet members. a
know n. These committees were Iter-
We were Invited to the Flshbowl area by friends who wanted locking. Each had rep e taion R
an children to share the fun they, as kids, are entitled to. It's from all important dblrt ts
obvious that Bratless Zonian is Bratless or else he would no facet of our goveain was
Understand. But then again. It's better that a hardened old unavailable tao the Soviet gentr s n
Scrooge like that have no children sitting on many of these goups.
Perhaps Bratless Zonian was the same party who came to the It must be pointed oot tat those
door and told the fun-seeking youngsters to go back they belong, spies sat side by side oith unsus-
S "What did they mean?" my little boy asked. How does one ing American officals and c
oxplaln the selfish, egotistical: miserly minds of people like that vilian experts. eSome at eae li-
Our a ererinations were confined to the one area, and for- l eadn anti-Communist d o t
long To" nature. so that the Halloween fun was not marred any re of State A. A.
further by peoJle like Bratless Zonlan president Walter R uther, e a
If this Individual really wants t6 be Isolated, why doesn't he iokefeller, Myr C.
br she or it take off for some far-away island where no one but Hamilton Fish Arm
Athe sharks will come f"berging xL scores of others who,tus
-the sarks will come U"begin"???? had not the slightest idea tha
SUn-Preposterous Pare agents of a foreign power were.
NOW, CREDE; sitting across the table.
Mail Box: The tragedy is that those in the
,Whor.ite House who had the FBIand
SThe cartoon by Dorman Smith in your issue of Nov. 12, car- the Civil Servi e ha ne Wo C o n fessed
R th the heading "Always a Quorum at This Meetin Place. curity files available dTiWadohd, C osnei
iowl=r three unattractive figures. labelled "Dilly." "Daly" alnd i do o f i
Result was that thie r eof for- Byre a Pao E a 71 0 S..'
l."showed a tent In the background, marked "PANWN- igor seult rwas hat thit rlhe m .or- ad yw E
eign agents first systematically ,]L
'Rea l lt it should have shown the national capital of the Unit- ook w t much o the "secrtar IBy fd e
ad States.marked "Washington." took over much of the "secretan- ---- ikova
SThere's nothing like a change. at" work of these vital commit- Ths,
Pher's nothing like a change tees. Then they captured the re- WASHINGTON (NEA)--What these men deserve every opportun graduate of "1. He commanded t y
Small, in order to prepare policy pa. men who; under prolonged Com- civilan careers. Word War II and sa to become i
Saers the committees had to have ma nist torture, were forced to exzecu offiecqO. the A r Force
c Lcess to the facts which were make false confessions that the Military author fear this Chie* c Staff. 5gsoLgae o to Uorea Ii %
in thousands of classified and se- United States usd geim warfare course would set bad dent t be mty
cret reports, memoranda and in. in Korea. provides one of the by pardoning .duytI ptrosvt bo.s .mb win."
telligence information of the most toughest problems In morale, dis- a bad ampi fh othe' .military Hei m52 b 'o mismls to hi D
globe-shaking nature. elpiane and human relations that men who m oebiy,e cda p l.: plaO credit. ladi,
CER AL If it weren't tragical etched in ever confronted military authori- circumstances ib. d, a S
( world history and hrdn't h lped ties. M. M ut in S, ,. th ON
spill the blox of thousand f Decisions in these cases are On the ether a de at te ar- W n wa~p of th
ODAY I IT tho American boys, the lau:scity complicated by the faot hat anoth- ment, the ample Ie a rof the a es. eY
SrC the spy ring would make ent- er 4o airmen refused to make false Civil War sentry i fwo 1. as i ted W i a S tM
L Utaining reading for some movie aidavits even though at -least five at his post, but was a trasl m a 1,iat
Escriptpeople seeking mataL of them had been. Ubieatet d tolt0- a firg sqnd bY W Lin-
Presents: For example,,there was the In.ture whieh wrung fald'1de bue'sla n eein's paldob.
terdepaatmental Committaee t Cep .germ arfarh out the 3 36
oe-r P ar Intae national d a tthe ir s ora, th e re w Jord e it
Y la in i to ft inhuman aet I a
*6 N' T CHNI N Ri ee rtreatmen L I
JIN T Cy Htopf~dleral division This included long lmplapeat mpts, ofu dge wSri a
11 3:63 5:48 8:53 p.m. ExCutive Offee of the Presidentla b In te -nd"Pe da.wh-am ajudgmentADte 1wo
PA eR IMUSIC IT...I t State Dept, and the Treasury out tood d a tr W hani ,by AIeult.
SDept. And let it be known now the hands d .et and eve he r
that the Treasury Dept. sent three lg a Z ma.y pa tu Ay- me. t Fon ofthe ot r otciat l
men to sit in these hig level talks awho e I .ithiph4 I~barlity .I~ an4 navl who. .i
snd all tree wer spes. s entitled to e try'sbiht were shot d in- action e
They were W. L. Ullmanna Hr- decoration for bravery. N Korea. T' e are; .. '
r: ue..ter W'ite and V. Fran Co. No qn.s that pd dLnt. ed.
Fromothe State Dept. came two ian be h k Mi fOeInw Sl- arfaLt, S. -- wo
men. One of them a Commqnist, a d operation wFirst Liet. Bobby E. Ra -#a
as since recanted, so I won't fin- o the aet These 24 Nevw A ta Hiss.
ger him here. From the office of men may have su.red) iaas traiuol ul b. Kl.s~ II, Wat b no
to President of the U. S. came much as the men who did W give Moiaaouth, n as
anotherr mentioned in investigatory n. But they did not live up o the Fit Liaut. Wliam L. P*eolal flnal a
reports. His name will be raised highesttraditional standards of 25,w Aas. 8
SIn the coming trial of Owen Lattl all h'av a moretA .trade. ,eI aalso as.4a
more. I do not want to prejudice .e.. g.Ruse if Georgla. years' ter tt pUltt,
S, 'that case: so I won't list him el- rankh Democrat on tCt Iate ..o I i ar I 1, U u9
their. But the record will show that r _WWmf commltt mett and Kniss have been aw ardaction tr
OPENING T UoSDAY 1 H ithe seven-man committee, three written Iecreta t y d y D Med the Ai IMedal for trine
were spies and two were Commu- Charis E. Wilson that thes men action over North Kore s an
"THE MOON IS BLUE" nists. wse o be sehperreaterso the tV- holds additIonally the ICos arecort
~THEPC TNP MY" yr T a UThere were other committees on o with o0 a than honable dia bo t . Msa wid. re dL.b tee .
THE PICTTRt 7PrYO'7. R TT 14NfA A.OUTI which White and Is colleagues sat chsar .. lw-level attack a If
which were almost as important G e. ore rlde .. ta rr
TC M -- JACK for they made top-level decisions the Ar F Lva Jr
IV I PALANCE and LINDA DARNELL, in r wam and aehwrythblea.view, -i00 1 rlstosa & C, Is a h' lw,
Among these were the Advisory
EC N D CH ANCE" Committee on Post-War Foreign"+ .
"SECOND CHANCE" Policy, SubCommatte on Politcal
PLUS: Problems and the Sub-Committee
"FORBIDDEN WOMAN" on Territorial Problems (Alger
Hiss). Then there was created a
t.o. This -oa was actually created
by Harry Dexter White to brief -
Cabinet members on all that trm N AiU TOWN Arloe Whlat' ig
W was os te Cabinet Commit..M ObelI has 11a ll he a, .ev~le "
________"________________,_________ourse.______________ _t F....akCu.o ofO'courvse.
Aad thusb were the committees a[M..d Ipt ) O O N rion,
which prepared our policy in ana. he O r A0 N h
era when we lost China, Northern Wsin er They was'r
,ores, most of the Balkan couA. r. h rhy wr r as
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-Mayor Vincent Impeltteri of
New York has been admitted to
St. Francis Hospital Ewth virus
pneumonia but his ond4ton 1;
not serious and he is rating
comfortably, his doetors repor'-
ed today.
The ilness is a "mild cast
and "Is not a cause for coern,"
said the wife of the mayor, who
came here last Saturday for a
vacation.
Impellltteri is the outgdolg
mayor of New York. He was ot
eligible to run In the recent eleeo
tion which saw Democrat Rob-
ert F. Wagnr Jr. chosen to suc-
ceed him.
The length of the mayor's stat
in the hospital Is ucertaln, Mrg.
Ime litterl amid..
wo close esanal friends W
the mayor were his physicians.
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surgeon was summoned to Im
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correct?"
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SV 9 hand, we must lasume tha
(), 1Minos has only two spades.
0 e 9* r t9 If East has K-10, Q-10
Ls cr 9z c ot Q-9, he isa cotpelld to pla
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E ) " stopper.) South caiz win
3 the ace of spadet, and EaI
s 9 r have a singleton picture ca
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the suit blocks and only
"Please settle an argument on eases in which the play o
thle play of the accompanying jack will win. Hence te
IaId," requests a Biriingham favor at4e y Qof a low
cotrespoedent. "West;opened the from.dummytthe
five of spades, and the question ____
was whether declare should .. .-
lay a low card or the jack from
he dummy. **I| M
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played South put up dumy
jck ok spades in the hope a't sbs t s a
West was leading from the king- : i oke so b ou e
queen. Eastcovered with the brtthe *b r
king of spades, and Southb, on fro-
at once with the ace. nmdcine, recoatir da, oed
Acientilf Ameriek laberator, '
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with the queen of clubs to lead Mendace work usofut tohasl
the nine of diamonds for a Tlles- was. 1. Helps nure dlowt*e
West won with the king of mov Otu traulrin muue. .
amonds, and ran the spades, ieep yo You soof fe O .
Qfeating the contract., ll ifre t olhlngo war,
ins. Get Mndeqoe fro.m yo~
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ae right play, even though it 1w seeI tomorrow.
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16 Foreign -
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20 Grind teeth
21 Pitch
22 Lampreys
24 Studied In
Geography
28 Italian city
27 Pronoun
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parties
32 Grammatical
gender.
35 .jhip parts
35 Covers with
metal plate
36 Worm
37 Former
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statuary
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41 Enountered
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on the Canal tolls study.
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at Bassa Miton sal I'ICthe Mmnaement Dal.'
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ItAtement folloWs:
another on the court "A realignment of the man-
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Greek fannter umps from cenuiries-old farming method to a way
of mechanical farming with the aid of this l&vw-cat "GemtU
Wheel." develoLed by agricultural experts of the American FatM
ergn Operations Administraton to Greece. The device, called a
"gadget" by its inventors, a "Greek Whel" by enthusiastic Yuge
slav government officials who have btult one of the machines w
prepare soil for seed after field has been plowed, plantsmall
grain seeds and corn, cut young weeds and cultivate row-i4Ew
rops. Designed to be made by village blacksmiths, it cotts
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No. 4 rivoll Ave.-Phone 1-2291 and


MORRISON'S
Fourth of Julv Ave.-Phone 2-0441


FOR SALE
Automobiles


Don't fear BURGLARS, thoroughbred FOR SALE -Dodge Coupe, late 1947
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS. Tel- good tires. radio, perfect cohdi-
ephone Balboa 1389. tion, $675.00. Scooter Cushman 5
efrg- H. P. like new, $175.00. Call Al-
MUST SACRIFICE new G. E refrig- brook 2236.
orator. 60 Cyl. 7 cu. ft Reason- .
able offer accepted. Albrook 2247 FOR SALE.--1940 Plymouth 4-door
or evenings Colle Darien 5. Api. SEdon $150 00. Apt. 12 house
3. 9088. 10th. St Colon.


FOR SALE: Coldspot retrgerator
with freezing unit. 9 cu. tl. 2
cycle. Excellent condition House
2127-B. Cuiundu. Tel 273-7156
FOR SALE: Us'r retrigeratois.
states ond washing machine on
easy payments. Call phone 2.-14-4.


FOR SALE.-1949 Chevrolet 4 Door
De Luxe. udioa. tires new. 30.
Can be financed. Phone 4-515.
From 4 to 8 p. m.
FOR SALE -Reasinoble, 1951 Chev-
rolet Bel Air. Excellent condition.
Phone 3-1280.


FOR SALE:--Bargair. Refrgerar. FOR SALE--42 Mercury 4-doorse-
Frigidai:e and Culdspct, hld'r dan. good condition, motor recently
dresser and lo box, table. helves, overhauled. Duty paid. Phone Bal-
blinds, lattice work. louvres. House boo 2-2441 weekdays, betsen
0310, Cable Heights Ancon. 7.15 and 4:15..
FOR SALE.-Electrc slove, 4 burn- FOR SALE:-On account of voyage,
ers. refrnge;.tor. mahogany dining- will sacrifice Plymouth 1953,.two
roor.and bedroom iet. fine custom door sedan. almost new. import
built. furniture, all practicolly new duty paid, price $1,850.00 cash.
very cheap. Arrorgemenr con be delivery No.ember 24. No delears.-
male to rnlt apartmenr also Sni After 12 rion at Callt 46 Este
Francisco' rd. Si. 25. A. Apt. 2. 8. Apt. 4.
Tel. 2-3518. Panama IFOR SALE -1952 P-ck-up. Perfect
LOR SALE.-Bendix Economar aulo- condition. Telephone 2-2064. Juan
motie washer. 60 c,cle. $100 Gabriel Ameglio.
-- 0779 1. W;;ilomson Place. Balboa FOR SALE-1946 Ford 4 door, radio.
FOR SALE:--I1 cu ft. Fr.gda.re I motor, body, t.res perfect condi-
porcelain, recently c.erhauled tion. Jewel., Store "Cantina Chi-
Best offer. Balboa 2-4327 cogo." No. 157 Central Avenue,
Paoroma.
FOR SALE:-Baby crib wth mat-
tress, ploa pen, V estinghouse FOR SALE: Black 1949 Coupe,
rooster w.th grille, and misc. .lems re- ltres, R. & H. with overdrive.
Tel. 2-3583. 1426-C, Carr St. Con be f, oanced. Phone 2-3602. 1
Balboa. Can be seen 0851, Balboa Road
-- ,' Af-IT a IChurch of Christi.


Position Uttered
WANTED--Person w.rh experience
an Publicity and Advertising make
up. Must have vocation. Must
speak English and Spanish per-
fectly. Wrile complete details to
DEP. A. --P. O. Box 134, Pan-
ama.

Wanted Position
Panamanian of European origin de-
sires responsible position. Sound
business cperience, good sales-
man, knows four lanauaaes and has


FOR SALE -1948 Ford 5 Passenger
Couce. Ra,.o. heater. $450. After
4 30 p m. Call Balboa 2-2421.
FOR SALE -- 1948 Hudson Power
Dome 8 C,l. motor in 1940 body.
Duly paid, 150. Balboa 2734.
FOR SALE! -- 1951 Pont.ac Six 4
ooor sedan. 2172-A, Curundu af-
ter 4 p. -n.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors


much initiative. For details write FOR SALE : Diesel Boat Engine
to apportunlty, Box 134, Panama Buda 6 Cylinder, 100 HP, Model
468 with 2 to 1 reduction gearg
3an..hlur.I l0f; tJ h ,rh' $1,500. Can be seen ad i an ofel
Ae fug i ei egi rth. 4160 p. -i. week jeb. Cdl Bl11
o0wn fit Idmiee'lie? n the Bel- boa 3332 Mornday through Frid7y,
$an Congo in the fantastic open- 7.30 4:15 for details
tn Conga in the fantastic open- boa03332 Mondaydthrough Friday,.
pit mine at Shnklrolobwe, 70 miles
abrthwest of Eliabethville. Shin- FOD SALE: Wizard "Super 10"
holobwe's name was dropped from outboard motor. Excellent condi-
taps for secrecy's sake during tion. priced for quick sell. Phone
World War I1. 25-3433.
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ENJOYING FIW CLIENTS WORTH OF CHEESE VUto
Show can look at. the delectable exhibits, but aren't allowed lt
beOina of enjoyment with a long, yearnmiqg, agoS

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0Write Ale he I L aeaIes. ta
2051 Asssc. C. X.


DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic
Central Avenue "K" Street corner.
Telephone 2-3479, Pnoama.
RADIO AND AMPLIFIER REPAIR
SERVICE: Guaranteed Work.
All parts used treated for trial
climate. Tropical Electronics. CMile
45 E. No. 2. Two blocks past BIlo
vista Theatre.

FOR SALE
Mlseellaneou
FOR SALE:-Girl's large J. C. 4lB-
gins bicycle, excellent condition.
Call 2-1342 after 4:30.
FOR SALE:-Thoroughbred Da -
hund puppies, six weeks old. Co
2-2581, 1413 Las Crucrs St. Apt.
D. Balboa.


FOR SALE: Small upright piano,
$25000. Course in business d-
ministration, $40.00. Tel. 2-1292,
Panama.


FOR SALE- 1951 Nash Rambler
Station Wagon. Good ekSultln.
Fairbanks Morse Typhddbr'A"r p.
Servel Gas Refrigerator, fam "ub-
ber livingrom set. C6ll Panor a B-
5179 from 7 a. m. until f odor
after 7 p m.
FOR SALE.-English bicycle. 1Felix"
in perfect condition, $25.00. Thir-
mos for trip, $10.00. House.4,
7th. New Cristobal.
FOR SALE:-Germon Shepherd Rp-
pies, 5 weeks old. Telephone Pan-
ama 3-1500.


WANTED TO BUY
WAN''ED TO BUY--Pick-up. "Mue-
bleria Tuion." No. 200 Central
Avenue.
WANTED your refrigerator ai a
trade-in o- a new Crosley Shelvo-
dor. Cyrnos, Tivoll Crossing. ,-
1793.

That's Exactly -
What She Said!


SFQRT WORTH, Tex., NM.1
(UTP) "Come on back he -
'm all tied up." Msa Owe
yn Powers shouted from
room when cuastoM
Lewis entered her package at
"That's all eight Ill I wt,
Lewis replT.,,T en he .di8c -
ered she really was tied up.: A
bandit earlier jP d robbed the
Atore of$5: .
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RESORTS


romliel Santa Clarm Beach cottages,
electric refrlration gs staves,
moderate rate, Phon 6-441 r
4-567.


PhiMI. Ocem li Meta Sant
Lmor 31 1-01" 73.
Hlars, n 40r. e SCeM tso I
In COOL Cal. shimtubn h Iw.I
Atone SRu APN IS S 139
or see coretker
ftW ette C gt. Oft mile pDt
fnta Cnr. P 11100 ag
Hnm. PhonF e i o2182. I
FOR RENT Two cottages, Santo
Clora, $50.00 each per mpnth.
Tel. Balboa 2756. Schilling.


WILLIAMS' Sante Clar Bec t-
togas Larg, camfortoblg, modem,
nIar beach Balboa 3050 scet
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FOR RENT
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FOR RENT:--Fumish~d house fe
three or four months Serting De-
cember first. Two bedroom, dinng-
room, sittingroem, maid's room,
etc. Goff H 6-A S tt, m unt
$165.00 per month (electricity
and water included). Call Panama
3-0499.
FOR RENT:--Chalet in Las Cumbres,
7th street No. 703. For informa-
tion telephone 2-O0, de lo Ossa.

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phone Panaman ;4941.
FOR RENT:.-Fumished Inlaepennt
concrete chalet, 2-lMieenk dinng-
room. Parlor, porch, ampn kitchen.
$110.00. 112 Viae Belsre Porroa
near Roosevelt theofre.
FOR RENT:-Completely furnished
residence: living and dlningrooms,
two bedrooms, boahs, klln, ter-
race, maid and ga rd ra aric
for three months seembi
first. 50th street ,' 4. l
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Engelke Over Kulikowski Over Neuhaus Gets Against Bab kinsday

The first round of play in the Chrysler-Plymouth 1ixed Reception ,, r- L B
Golf Tournament at the Brazos Brook Country Club Sinl Anl kI nocksut
was featured by the astounding victory of Sam Cubn heavvweight Nine Val- :,0: a; o s uchedul
Puller over John Crocker by a score of 3-up and two dez has received a mixed-recep- battle at
piaIy Sunlday. on fro the boxing world Tennis Tourney th an ond.
play StUlldlay. knocking out Heinz Neuhaus of UCIIIEE WwIIULfPWJi~iUUl Thiubethbdlneuabefit
This match, as in the ca all the others, was played from Jimni\' R -avmond over Vestall t n the orld slammed redby Tigs Club
scratch, and Puller. who nor- Moi ri- by default. European champ Neuhaus to the The Second Annual dtthmian 110 of _abl threreset- to rIl nnts tMl the body
European cham MNeuhaustoth The Second Annual h athmian lie of'(6" ,up e repre t. over ee .
mallv plays off a handicap of Fri, Humphries over Regie ca in the fourth round ofa Table tennis tournament gets ed in ths -tQI A i t withmem- of ftoMfet rd antamweight
eight, was considered a pis h- Armn'rone. 2 up 10 rounder at Dortmund. Ger- underway at the UBO-JWB Arm- bers from tbPftrsfoAtlas, chanim.iet lntAl- Al Brown
over for the lone hitting and S Walker over Al Wilder, 3 many Neuhaus was ranked fifth ed Forces Service Center, La Club T Iisd o a 6 uro- back Paikif, for barial.
scratch golfer John Crocker and 2 But boxn observers are dl- Boc Road Balboa. tonight, with nes.- db Ialic r n h died in N.
However. Puller shot even par James Hoverson over Andy vided on what the kayo proves, all civilian competitor hedul- lubs haVh entered. e _tws n poverty,
for the 16 holes of ol. to eke Anderson. 2 and I. iManagine Director Harry ed for the opening night. The m t' Ckcet is head- was bii aNew York City
out a sensational l1cto1y Ehlood Compton over Bill Markson of the International The military bracket of the ed by IA. 10 Moreno .and eemery. jettlans are Un-
AnotStaafl one-up Boxing Club expresses delight. tournament will not open until Sgt. M. AtMi, winer and derway have the body ex-
Another unlocked for reilA1 Hank Parks over Tom Dro- And Al Weill pilot of world Tuesday evening. Nov. 24. runner Up tv In the huml a l I t here.
was the victory of the vetrn han 2 and I champ Rocky Mariano says A total of 50 civilians and 1 Panama Are d Forces uny t program has
George Engelke over Mk Kul- Lle Clausen over V. Davis. Valde has proved himself "a servicemen will compete for the Tournament ld lut tAugust. two- ad feared. The co-
howski, the Fort Davis star by 3 and 2 possible heavyweight chal- Ist ihlan championship, with Marchanti of Panta have featu n wtt- pit Rodolfo Ampu-
a core of 5 and Morland over Pete Duncan.lger." competition being held each donated a totat of 20 pries to dia alms.s odolfo Prancl s
3 3and 2
The complete retts SECOND FLIGHT But Fred Saddy chairman Tuesday and Wednesday evening be awarued to the.contestants Cbea'u: at a weight limit
The complete rPeFlt.J- SECOND FLIGHT -of the NBA.s rating committee until the finals on Dec. 2. The and the awards will be made Im- ( n I a prevos
Championship Flight John Davis Jr. over Carl Ser- says in Milwaukee that Valdez competition will open at 7 o'clock mediately following the finals on of erin pot n. a close d
Don Hause over Joe Noonan 6 nnd 2i over Richard Sul-Is not yet a "'logical contender" each evening. D 2
SH oan. 3 and 2. uand not ready to challenge Mar- The drawings for-the tourna- Players ar reme that.
-rand 5 D an ad clano. ment were held Sunday morning white shirts orkt are ieI. whosemeteoric rlms
Frank over Donald Fran- Dond Kur over V. Gump, However. Markson of the IBC and the schedule calls for the not allowed they should i tnWthalta
cey, 7 and 6: default. I SE ay th I"
S7 and 6 John roc default Brown. Frenchdsagrees Says Markson: We first round of the civilian tour- bring colored clothes to wear d in hSAt b when he los-
m Puer ov John roc- Dick Brown over must regard Valdez as a poten- nament to be played on Tuesday while competing in the tourna- u nl' etion to cilas
er 3 and 2 2 and 1. Vital challenger because of his evening and the second round on ment. a i
"T'rv Chadwick over Vern Bill Schuster over Clyde Stroop. IvictoIes over Ezzard Charles Wednesday. E ti "big money
Pldr. 7 and 6. I-upa Neuhaus But whether Tuesday, Nov. 24 the third Players not on hand at the traf. h fth *son he Is be- g i
'Anibal Galindo o' r Bob John- Ray over and Neuhaus. But whether l Tuesday. Nov. 24, the third
nbal Galindo or Bob John-Ray Dabek over Mike LaCroixwill get the next shot at the titlS round of the civilian bracket and time their match la called will ing i -K.O. triumph
son. 8 and 7. 2-up. ,depends considerably on his ac- the first round of the" military automatically be/dronped from ov ?E th"i g wlrns. "dt ke Notre-
eorge Engeke oer ike R Hoan over ark White eptance by Marciano and Man- will be held. Both brackets will the tournament. 1l c1vilianrg- W f cosiderd effort
Don Mahieson over Jack Har- R l DeBorie over Capt. ager Weill" continue on ach night of the Istrants are asked to be at the a m. th for any West
Don Maheson over Jack Har- Rhal DBori ovr Capt. Valde himself has an an- competition from that time until USO JW Cl t 7:00 p.m. we or welrweight Th
d -_ 3 and 2. McNeil. swer for that one. Syi the the finals. pomptly, on tuesday evening, boxesI la jreft shape and a teani lt ear; l
Sbig Cuban "if Rocky Mar- Six tennis clubs in the Repub- Nov. 17. a very har eow to get on tl)aa
clano doesn't fight me now, the enqaaa. L ehia turned in
AAA International League people will think it very fun. o_ _se toalt Iplte in the
ny." an past also -i h backers with A
SAnother heavyweight and a --thir sl Sg a
Votes To Accept Havana something to say. Joe LoWs L- Byron Cumbelth and Alo^ns
now -- in Buffalo, New York C L~e at l20 1dour-
-- predicts Kid Oavflan will beat round ppreliomplete' "
---- Bobo Olson for the middleweight the program. A son prices
MONTREAL. Nov 17 'UP nounced they would like to with- championship the first time they range from $3 fle$, i; rintside Sl oni
The presidents of two minor draw their losing franchise atu meet. one do ) f general r F
baseball leagues are hopeful of Springield. Massachusetts. Says Joe: "Pound for pound, nadmisio n da
operating eight team leaguesi The situation at Richmond:Gavilan is the greatest fighter hyo..- sal
next season concerns making a proper finan- in the business today and the CURUNDU 'SOP Team No.
President Frank Shauehnessy cial settlement to Richmond's next middleweight champion of CURUBOWLING LENAG O tahl (B) 131Ta 1N31o Red
of.the International League says Piedmont League club. "You lust the worl. Stanley 188 169 i C7 524 e a
the Triple-A loop will have eliht don't move In on a man's ter- EPSA still maintained their Walker 140 1 *1~r 426
teams if In his words "It'sirltorv" says Shaughnessy, "but nine pSint advantage b taking Bryan 13 0 1 371 473 r .-J _
at all possible." And President we don't intend to pay an ex-,ni. T i... a.. three points from Auto Cine. Stuewe 113 120 11 329fll eVi
George Barr of the Western'orbitant price to anyone." Pop Heer really poured It on Au-tHandlcap Ii w131 131 820 bIthL r
Lenvue savs he Is more confident Pop Heer really poured It oaf Au- Handicap I31 131 9uu
Ln ever his s he is moe co enthe Rch- to Cine by rplling a nice 221 In i-. -
thpn ever his loop will have Ssfirst game, his hig of the year. Totals 835 847 923 36857. Q
eight. I mond problem may be Ironed Meeting Tomorrow dAine oul. -i up to -
Shaugnessy says Havana., out in two or three ie daysbut their bowngi of the week o uada t.
Cuba and Rhmond. irginia is unlikely any definite ac- At 7:30 p.m. tomorrow night, when they set a nal h team.. ad m sl
are the best bets to bring the I t lc-
are the bet bets to brg te tion will be taken until the the Pacific Twilight Lea ue series for the league 59. Ed. dler 15 13 JII
ull snterntn. League dback to e league's next official meeting will hold a meeting for the Kunkel was hig E p .0M 9raner .6 11 ESS 3C ..
ll strength. eaue delegates on December 2. election of officer, approval of 489. C uck h loyd ,
omet at yesterday adto e. a the newtby-laws and ol tto oee r t el .
voted unaalm6l to et Getting back to Western' tion and approval of fran- i,
Havana. s oLeague prospects. Barr says: "I chisms o elocl wishing to en- 1 t ,eA .'i tohe apl a
hnesy say ony a e- feel more confident than ever, ter the otLeague.ak thr fr e
rnml y prevented c hn that we have a good chance of Anyone interested In the miap., .
rom being accepted at the shaving eight teams for the 1954 great Amern should won th fr .
time. A vacancy in the Inter-i seso" atte this mee.n Then C hthe ws 'g' aes end m, '
nttioral Leapue was createdclub.' ., 4l .. m ei Then.- C e -- A- a:
,her the St. Lo nrs Browns Barr a ng The F irw ys
bought up the Oriole franchise fLA M MaIl pw ,,

hen te ago C a- year. Barr says the Western As-IQUALIFYING DATES PWGA for Isthoian with 1. dre 1.
sociation recently brought Its HANDICAF TOIURNAMENT Team No. 5 took e poul Hds dlyael . .. C 'have Pla, i n .
riestrength to seven teams by EXTENDED tru
Sports Briefls granting a franchise to Salina. ram Wal.ly's Bar- TI.m o. 5 u
Kansas. Barr plans to represent Due to conflictdng tournarmentsswikhed their tI .up ar d 4'Eotl s
his loop at the minor league and the short notice given by and it must have hell
YO New York. Nv meetings in Atlanta starting the announcement of the tour- out. St&nly rollhng a lead, o ff Also
PYONKERS New York. Nov. 17 Nov. 30. nament last week. many girls man tolled a nice high for. tworepre sf
(UP, The New York Stateion were unable to qualify for the the a lGhti his high for the Lavalle 150 tle
suspended two trainer for one- n ap Championshp, held the t hi high te Bat 154 1leae.
year t year at the Panama Golfyear ham was hh for sr 149 AERO
Club. Way with 4. Cunnngham 19 180 Theon
The suspended men re train-t an The qpallfying date.has there- Jaen Guardia took three points Handicap 88 8 of CotI r -.o
er-driver Wayne "Curlv" Smart' fore been extended so that those from Ace Paints. Jaen Guardia player I 0a .
and his assistant. Carl Larsen. partipat in the regular took the first two games and to- Totals 4A6 39316 *417 1 Alberg.'
Both trsiner, had been under mon -- 4Atournament next tal, but lost the third game. by V. Eed Jamal e Th AY
suspension since Sept. 30 on saturday, Nov. 21, may also six pina. LAne was gh for VS. EPSA mme
charges of illegal possession of qualify ,t e handicap affair uardia with- 480, followed by maclan tbut tat
a hypodermic needle Larsen also Those whe have not already Kunkel with 46. Huddleston wa Francis 163 142 156 46a fornmi4bl a
was charged rlth using a needle uali fled Rt .use their scores on high bor Ace with 479. Beek 221 104 115 44 e t beitn
on three horses th datd lr their qualifying -Ten Highest Men Are: ennett 150 168 158 47 rick .
Both men pleaded guilty. g scolms in.-tl handicap tourna- 1. Kunkel 16I- Seybold 140 190 143
-oOo- ment but -no qualifying rounds 2. Lan162 el 165 141 18, 'The vliitor at
BOXING may be plaid during the week. 3. r hm 1-m adicap 100 100 14
Former world middlewetht 4. 'WUi6 GI t
champion Randy Turpin has 5. 1, tals 93 845 '.,.,. ree- .
married. ; 6mA. ,',Beim1a8 m' Is
Turpin who lost to Bobo rPu L e t L 4 rT 0
Olson in New York last month I, eaaIm s .IIj'in 17? 148 171 n: uarty a
married M)iss Gwyneth 11. 140 11 oe ra Mount .
Price, a 27year-old Welsh ---". 187 1 oe Bl
farmer's daughter Sunday i3 1sR i a.... W I cedl
morning. The ceremony W L Uts.- :.dcap 96 36 3 d n ,l'
held in ielilngton. England E 2 33 8P M M l
-was so quiet local residets Co rd 17e16 24
didn't know it was taktg, y RT MOISE A 17 1 tl
place. The maTIagl OL.. -n T e 1617 22
--o. q- traordinar meeting of the A tI- 14 13 19
DORTMOUND, Germany. -Board of Dretors of the Coon r era 15 IA 1 .dok 115 141 1--'l
Culn heavyweight Nino Valder Pro l amateur League, W a 4r 1 3 1 1ers 1 154 131 123- l
knocked out Heinz Neuhas of Dec. 0 was set as tentative Zornes 1 141 191
e any in the fourth round o opening date despite the fact Wllls Dooley 156 167 1~
th g10-round bout. tat the Board agreed that In- R ffths 19 175 148
scriptionr were not sufficient to La 124 Handcap 1010 10
28-year-old Valdes --. operate the league. Felix Heral- 'i i ..
ranking heavyweight in des, league president, announced M 117 -' total 5 65
thw orld battered Neuhaus' that ms wishing to particl- :Hel-
to canvas with two smashinrl I pate In the league can apply for Ha ip -
hooks The knockout eame Hfranchise on or before Nov. 25. ,.
ars hik, the 19000 Ocer- During the meeting it was di., .. 111.
surprise t IHOMEWRK--Bb hm- clsed thin"on things definite- '"
m, fans watching Valdez sron keeps in trim stacking ly accomplish were the cor- """" .,'..
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SJay, a pot season is -rirth reund the 4ad. .Just as the hig
th N Olub secondary mov to
A.AC 4tid. the tackle, yIF .
Sli p t nd ayd nla ad
H utt upon season dnce a s
tackle football was Introduced d a t h Baboa
locally tre years It.1 CZ- I a toamew jpa r ea-*
.Ad JCl' Asiand coapfreapce chaetn in .I thl Tuly pows of .
Io asI they won it ba dk -~ w .:J la y
awteaem were finely coVPPIo I~ sr t e ;aI -
Ne. ed for this game, but it was the Iteg ristry but 9 pTu
e eed, durable Junior Cot. atna elg that trcstt
lw, spelt the l.- for the lte
d. nee.O less than fivC oof .the were back LEp. teake *m l-
a, played the tllJ- tw end TonDauida. ty
r. n, O iver -very fine a49,M_
Sof Bpyd aloUingt t
Da Morl M aO in the fkrnd
s Pfto ei.p d ot ittrs Fulton f 'i
d thelrni adtityta. tr to run the oiW
gte bt6ko Nicklaler was :tae=ab ut the me ge
i,. o e gamz e three or F combina ion of
taNM one play whb lenv ored boeqaby
So Wof wand to tlk the fthrt halt,
i f.'- h .i rippedd by the alerted" o4
of 1"fbi 1 z durig the s0od.PP
rent line. r
of the b he Coach 3hn Wt taVd SA
f or the Jt tietory 1 e' Is'tsOim,4il4 ftwe
nia by -sle d wSm as underrated, 5 that the GOrewnM
NIqkUaber. When the t- finally play, '
tarl ak eed it wa s uarny dI. Watiealt egar
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as led Bob Rwlef a fer tobas High
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tMt wa Rowlt SeyI hOta
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it he was ked by Balboa nrlt ty s n.W
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NEW YORK, Nov. 17 (NEA)- Kanas City and Topekai <aa
Ramil Arcel had his head crack- on down the line.
SAA ed open doing it, but the longo- Bo, you see, there la vastly _U
time trainer succeeded in put- to pofeasional boxing noW1
tin the breath of life back in th ne Big Unhappy
boxng just when it was about The y Arcel Ehterprser,
1 NW YORK. Nov. 17 (P) ready 4o fall over seriously dead. started with a telephone
Unbeaten Nbtre Datie and The cowardly attack on Ray as an office, could well use
Maryland are the only club to Arcel In Boston larger arenas, but haw
remain unchanged in the .t made it plain mighty well in the smaller
football ratings by the tte that somebody Ael first to pove that
SPreu board of coaches. violently o b- ing can live with television
Notre Dame with seven ejected to his vided the site of the mat
straight wnA tops the lt for putting televis- blocked out.
the eighth traght week. Mary- ed boxing on Arcel not only gives the M'
land ranks second with a perfect the road. promoter an occasional i
Record of nine wins and no loo- But Arcel, who shot, but encourages and h
se ha. been in the him put on non-TV'd prod~
Then comes the ca beak bustin tions.
Michigan State, UCLA and buinebs for 39
homa each moved up the l of h 54 years Syracuse has Joey DeJo .
one notch to complete t he has saved the Joe Rldone. middleweight.,
five. Indepen dent a non-TV'd match, Nov. 23.
Texas, which beat Texas Chrit-- promoter who s1 Eddie Chavez beat Bonnie -
tan last week, jlunped from -Ilth Ray Arcel the life blood of pinosa before a capacity $14O-
place to six and Wute the sour science. house In San JoNe, Calif. Ch
climbed from 17th to seventh In doing so, the Saturday who took a decision from J .4
after beating Illinois. Southern Night Fights, as they are called. Carter in an above-the -wd
California, which was Idle, a have uncovered badly needed bout, would draw more
ranked eighth, followed by Geor- new talent. Included here are the $100,000 boxing the Bronx Bomb-.
*ti Tech and Illin s welterweights, Carmine Basllio er in an PFrancisco for the
Baylor and Wet Virginia of Syracuse, Boston's Wilbur Will- lightweight leadership. Bobo Obl
both of whom Were upset last son and Chicago's Alan Moody. son is offered $25,000 to
Weekend dropped out Of the Charley Ooulard, Boston nlddle- Charley Green in a non tl"
top 10. Baylor fell t1, D ,tahwt weight, is another hot prospect. match in Los Angeles. Or
to 3st and We t Virg~ a p- was unheard of nationally un
ped ninth to a tje. f'k d. When Arcel Moved into the Arcel put him on Saturday Nt
---.. -- --- Mid-City Arena of Albany, N. Y.. hts.
j No. 14, with Syracuse's Pat ManRi erre Langlois and Jesse Tu
and Gerald Dreyer. the British ner, middleweights, will be TV j
m vi Empire welter champion, It by Aroel from St. Louis, Nov.
marked the 13th city his pro- Wben the local promoter ha
gram has visited in 43 shows TV sponsor, Arcel puts on t ,I
w- since it was launched at the Bos- main events for the one admU
r iai fllti B~t on Garden. Jan. 24 of this year. slon.
Arcel worked with Promoter Irving Schoenwald Dlans nei-
Ted Bayly in Albany. In Boston talent shows in Chicago and Mr
teak dinner at tbhe nIse It's Sam SlUverman, in Chicago waukee. Arcel encourages
of the defeated B milt Hills and MU&uhakee Irving. Bdhoen- mothers to open .ymn
golfers were eo yestday wald, In St. Louis Hans Bern- which Bid Flaherty has done
afternoon by v Il1o u s stein, in Syracuse Norman Roth- Ban Jose and Butte. There is n
Gamboa Ulika The Gam- sohild. In northern Cafi~ rnla material in practically every
boazt triumphed Iet 3 im the and Butte, Mont. it's Bid Flaoer- Arcel has operated.
asi pBarole msatates, ty, who controls the manly art With his grass roots action.
The first nine holi were of mangling mugs there with 40 Ray Arcel could easily becosim
1eyed and the ow er nine at fighters, including. Bobo Olson. boxing's No. I man.
ummit in. perfect weather. A In southern Californfa itsa the .
retut nmatch between the two Hollywood American Legion. EDUCATED TRAIN ER .
UAbs wll be lav.0. Dec. 5. with HJaleah, Fla. (NEA, Jf
e first nini hol s .achedule4 In Miami, Fla., after the first Ryan. who trains horses for M-
for Bumit and thF final niae of the year. it will be Jimmy B. duPont Weir, now at HIal "
at Gantabo White, Lou Messina in dear old holds a doctor's degree in chue.
Women golfers of the two New Orleans. Ralph Smith in strv from Leeda University ..
clubs will participate In the next, Houston and Max Yeargain in England.
.match. A rubber match (date to -
be arrangea4T esta will be play-
ead If umm wins. A7.
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To fly 2WO miles an nour at ex-
tremely high altitudes. -
The jet propelled ship Is the
X-3, built by Doutls Air-rRt|
Co. under sponsorship of the A Greenlease Kil s Al
Force. Navy and Nation.l Ad I's
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The "Flying Stiletto' has be:- S
under test at Edwards Air Force
now there has been little of[fT o K
lcal Information on its radic:
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nlow flying. KANSAS CITY. MO., Nov. 17 -
nUPs Carl Austin Hall's own
having a long, sharply tape:'- version of the Bobby Greenlease
ed nose and stubby straitnit kidnap-murder was to be. given
wings, the X-3 Is 66 feet 9 inch- today to the jury that will decide
as long overall, while its wlnfs whether he must die for the
pan a mere 22 feet 8 inches. crime.
The craft weighs more than The jury already had heard a
27,000 pounds. It is heavier version of the infamous kidnap-
and longer than a DC-3 airline murder as told by Mrs. Heady. a
transport. but its ing span is St. Joseph, Mo., divorcee who
less than that of a DC-3's tail. took part in the kidnapping and
SThe purpose of the plane the slaying of six-year-old Bobby
Air Force said, is "to test the de- Greenlease last Sept. 28.
signed features of an aircraft
suitable for sustained flights at Mrs. Heady's 6000-word con-
extremely high speeds" session disclosed many details
of the kidnapping that never
Data gathered by its 1200 had been made public. Hall's
bounds of research instrument confession, said to be longer'
are used in designing practical than hers, was expected to en-
combat airplanes of the future large on the undisclosed as-
The occasion for the an- pets of the crime.
nouncement was the turning a One of these was that about
over of the plane to the NACA two weeks before Bobby was kid-
for advanced research. The Air naped and murdered, Hall and
forcee would not say what speeds Mrs. Heady made an attempt to
and altitudes Douglas test pilot kidnap Bobby's 11-year-old sis-
Bill Bridgeman reached in hn ter. Vireinia Sue.
Mrs. Heady said in her confes-
"numerous flights." sio n that Hall was on the point
S When the Air Force original of abducting the girl from her
announcedd the X-3 design con- father's Cadillac on a Kansas
tract more than six years ago, i.2 City street but he changed his
was seeking a plane able to fli mind at the last minute because
'200,000 to 300,000 feet above thp he was afraid she might have
earth at three times the speed "created a scene and disturb- ~ elepho)
of sound or about 2000 miles an Bfore Mrs. Heady's confession BACK TO WORK Lois Shoulders (left), the Los ollce
hourwas introduced as evidence late lieutenant who cracked the Oreenlease kidnap case and then
With its present two Jet en- yesterday the Jury heard Rob- resigned from the force, lights a cigaret at 8an FrtnCL o iMr-
gines of 3500 pounds thrust, t etreenlthse, Sr., Bobby's 71- uort after his return from a Honolulu trip. With (right)
each such altitudes are out o year-old father, testify that Hall is his landlady. Mrs. June leorge. 1hotlders said bhi order of
the question for the X-3. and Mrs. Heady threatened to businwa was to get a divorce and then Rto W t
kill him and hisentire family If k
kill him nd hisentre family i back reqnlease looked towards murdered Bobby. They told -
S he tried to trap them. Hail Hall stared at the floor, lice then tey were arnes
Dulles Telsr ladi: Greenlease told In a firm thatthey had ed the boy M
voife how he had paid P,1 O"Chules e amost w as over Sore laey colletaqt a Be r
stng t000 ransom in hope of s terhe nearly choked $0 1 10000 radst om Oif ial
his young son alive again, whe h A r what he thealht Greenlessbea. HiHl the -tRas
dlI: not once look squarely Into of the ag who shot his son Isney wes rever we Pollblll
lae the faces of the neatly ress- through 'ti head and then AM looking far' she rt.
flU I I ed defendants sitting nl the dumped imin to a grave listed ThWe ou W don a l tI
crowded courtroom in Kansas with quite line. vo lati4 bbangr
|"No. I don't care to may how lAW at tM&ir_ mbnt Dem
WASHINGTON Nov. 17 (UP) City's federal b ald ng. fee," IheOn to my how hae t eJudge bites
-Secretary of State John Fos- It took only until early after- Hall, 34, and Mrs. Heady, 41, Thtr attorney said y strda
ter Dulles has assured India noon to select a jury of 12 men have confessed they kidnapped & i l woqld let th ee pleasant
there is presently no "definite" and two alternates, one of them
plan for a U.S. military alliance a Negro maid. She was the only
With Pakistan although there woman on the jury.
have been informal discussions Hall and Mrs. Heady spurned
of the oasslbility. an opportunity to plead insanity,a e rld M arke Il
S Dulles gave this assurance to leaving the jury to decide solely : e
rndian Ambassador 0. L. Ehta whether they should die in Mis-
yesterdav after the Indian gov- sour's gas chamber or spend the
grnment expressed concern .- rest of their lives in prison.ma
c'a prison .g'Bems SaysGQP ohn
bout rumots of a U.S.-Pakistas Oreenlease entered the federal
alliance. courtroom shortly after the trial
These reports have said the began with questioning of pro-
deal under consideration would spective jury members. .
Wite the United States air bases He sat for a time staring at
loser to Russia's heartland than the b a c k s of Hall and Mrs. NEW YORK, Nov. 17 (UP).- ml -t 1wl be ,re4nwd an.. y
any other. According to inform- Heady. who were about 20 feet in Sen Oe rge D. A iken oR-Vt.) cla-d tin 'Imorte iad
d t sources, however, Durles said front of him. fled to"ay fr expansion of world W I.t1tdoads .-f llsc h
there was no present American Two U.S. deputy marshals took mareu' through normal chan- o by ." A"
intention to seek air baes n Hall from the room for a few nels "with a minimum of ovpo raltllybeli* tho-t-ad
Pakistoan seek. ai ases minutes. When they brought him ern~aent interference and a maxz .th "e ble pr .
Dulles a promised Ehta that mum of government coopers a-pem be rmien d .
the United States will not con- mn- 'ta n "Oii:" o t hF w0t
elude any military arrangement Th Ma a u th eil su1nd10 q1 fG7
with Pakistan until it has been ca hy Readying Ta logical way out of the awhet aBnd dr:arm. c -
with Pakistan until it has been dilemma into which we have ditles which a. noQ.rm
F thoroughly discussed" with theOp n Heabng peen. udled in recent years is Ing us," us,' n sMid.
New Delhi government. Open Hearings to exz~nd our world markets,"
Ehtf Is understood to have Alkmn-said in a speech prepar- .The. Aumer ck tR d
tid Dulles India was not s, lnr a r Spyinu ed for dedvery before the 40th have b"" f1:~ 1 ,f
much concerned with U.8. plans Vn lau evl. National Foreign Trade conven- li aIt gRt ee
lp strengthen Pakistan to corn- tinm.' Fe T e
bet possible Red aggression as NEW YORK, Nov.'17 'UP) -- ~be United States "should th ,o a.0
with the chance the new Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy work- .ctine to use the reciprocal t
strength might be used against ed in secrecy again today pre- trade a~rements to the end .
India. paring for what he promised that tariff may be safely re- .
would be open hearings next duced on both our exportable a 1% in
weekW to show that Communist agricultural commodities as well eanlm l O
espionage has taken place at the as or importa' the senator de-
RE Wants US Army's Fort Monmouth, N. J,, cleared. rf I
radar laboratory. He described the American
SDir bule s+,The Wisconsin senator spent amer as believing that "tariffs
I Several hours behind closed
doors with witnesses yesterday Paflllo
and planned another closed ses-m a
%Wg sion today.'
IIURLINGTON. Vt., Nov. 17 McCarthy said he wanted to hELyi
) A new group-CARE.-- clear up "confusion" in the case, Ish L
its voice today to thme apparently referring to a state-
in demands for dispos- ment by secretary of Army Robl.t at Ni g h
of America's billions of dollars ert T. Stevens last week that Ar- LastNight
of hoarded food. my authorities had been "unable
a. ]eutive Director Paul C. to find anything resembling es- A Panamalan "pasillo" made
of the international r.- ponage" at Fort Monmouth. its debut over the air last night,
organization said that CABE almost 24 hours after it was
Id submit a comprehensive composed by Salo Eldelman and
to the next session of The Walter Diamond, two Panama
S for distribution of the City residents.
on's san ises to need y
hout t world. Ju ge Bench The fast, wat-like asllo is
We at C E do not claim to Ju e's Ben entitled "Odila,' after he Pah.-
agrienlteral econoatlst amanian ballerina Odlla Soilsm
h told the 87th annual and is probably the first pusillo
Sventtlon of the Ntio For operating his car without .tobe writtu with Engllish lyr-
d a driver's license Roberto V. Avi-
we do know...it is mor- la, a 30-sear-old Panamanian ZLdelman and Diamond show-
and. spiritually wr~ that I was fined $10 this morning ii ad the composition to Lull A&z.
-than halfathe w 'pa- the Balboa Magistrate's Court. cartang, the organist at
it ? bWd hu"r ev- On a second charge of failing 'l Paamla, and he decided ttS
Aight at when ber- to answer a citation by Nov. 4, preview it on his nightly wa fined ai
h feed t a etc. o Avila was fined an addition pr r man melodies ve
sentiment of the Orange R Pan mana.
,froA th et a it. I$. Iris L. Savage. 21. Panama- The Gouplsers, who wrote t~
o nventlof h@ si rtel ddl an., was fined $10 for trespa- musical pretty Lady" wih
Sm of the pr us Im lb.b ling In the Tivoli Commissary. was stage last year by Lb
fteing the agtih I I si. For a similar violation Ous- Theater .ulld, plan to cOpytigh
n is was also fined $10. trasldata adapt the lyrics ".


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