The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01780
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01780
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with more sensational spy exposures to hammer
their charge that the Truman administration was
to the dangers of Communist infiltration.
A high official of the Republican national
tee told a reporter: "We're going to hang one
another on the Democrts" frn now until the Cwmi-
sional elections next November.
GOP political strotegists were elated at FBI dci
J. Edgar Hoover's testimony yesterday that the F
"hampered" rather than helped by former President r*
man's decision tlaet White take a high post in theh
national Monetary Fund in 1946 after he had been
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monetary full oeratIc position was
reports warn- the rownell and Hoo
as -a Russian mony.
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the moneta-.-y British press today
hampered" the controversy ia the Ulk
t to keep an over the Harry Deater
and the infuntal ai
a retain Whtecod uardian sakd m rr1t t A-
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ecent to pro-LArthur Wicks awaits the d L- tisan" waym In* hbe
mfun o prot w cme etorfot a seih Fa m the case. e4uelaby it sa
tr White ard the New York State lesislure idence a wnist Whine wca

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an agreement, consider a motion for his Ost- Preesdent H a r y Truman
t on the paorer a O Lieutenant governor an aaad d te W h it
d be Incolce- State Senate Majority La d*r. House which led to White a air
The session follows s t .Tho pointments.
I his brbadcvat as E. Dewey's charge that William O'Connor, wittln un.
to keep White Wicks paid visits to convicted der the pen nae of Casndro
funi post was extortionist Toseph Fay in Sing In the pro'Labsr D J r ry
dcussed the Sing Prison. said Britai was vtally concern
nate a ay y ed wn what was hall eny pro be
upreon. iat Baby In Hurry woho .nether Amelca h 4
eUZ. Supreme BabyInHurrygoodor weaak President
a eeretaryed Borw bn aau nch mean ltfe and death i oItsa
F"1e-BOa.u country.
SL* oIth eech."Me Wc e n ave seen Wte ffaithr
ie conference" This Morning set the world a fine simple
ifter White was t he American way of dotln
Senate and baby boy who as in a hr- thin h te usually Vroas
was reached ry, wa born aboard the launch can Guatdian st i.in it
Page CoL ') Pueblo Nuevo early this morn- editorial.
ing assisted by a nurse and have seen the Pemat
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Jua~ residreun twhe 0-br-of the United States pm
SJuana Rodr guesthe 30-year- charge short y oply of te,
dold Panamanian mother a rem- be levellved arat hwhis
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t-er were taken ab lance short- ving support evdee.
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o 0R" VA .ON A VAN o. g -o an (r By VICTOR RIESEL
-T -The special envoy assigned b.
our State Dept. to negotiate wit
SM the enemy's military and diplo.
E A | A mauic representatives in Korea is
SI A i a man who little more than three
years ago leaned heavily on Owen
Lattimore and his co-worker, Lar-
The Mail Box is on open forum for readers ot The Panom Amnr- ry Rosinger, for advice on Asiatic
ion. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly conti- matters.
detiel manner. Our special envoy, the man who
if yo u cstribele a letter don't be Impatientt it'doesn't appear the urged his colleagues to work with
mit day. Letern are published in the order received. Rosinger and Lattmore, is Arthur
PleM rry to keep the letter limited to one page length. H. Dean, now attempting to set
Ideatity ot letter writers as held in strictest confidence. up the post-Korean wr political
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statemsets as opinions conference with the Sovfetied Chi-
expmessed in letters from reader nese nd the North Koreans.
o- His high regard for Roslnger and
RED TAPE DEPARTMENT Latimore is on record in a letter
NaR dPir he wrote in New York on April 18,
Dear Editor:
eTo help those of us who are apt to get tangled In the red 1949. A few months later, Rosin
tape recently placed on display at all the Canal Zone Gas Sta- ger and Lattimore sa in a ape-
tions, I am hopln vou will print this article in your Mail Box. ttttttttcial
It is the one place most Canal Zonians look for the latest news
coverings of interest In the local scene. Thanks. cial State Dept. conference. At that
First of all. the form that all motorists are Interested in is three-day parley they were coald.
the 1954 Canal Zone Vehicle Registration Application. You won't ered the leaders of the na-Soviet
find anything printed on the form to Indicate that the License bloc, according to recent ongres
Section would like all checks or money orders made payable to signal testimony. Rosnger, who
the TREASURER. PANAMA CANAL CO.. but I'm wagering that has refused under oath to deny
any application sent in with checks or money orders filled out membership in the Communist
ether than that, will be returned with. "reasons for returning Rethina angd the rcogniton of
this form for Correction shown by Red Checks or Circled Num- Rid to Nationalist Ching
bers." That latter statement printed on the top of the form will aid to Nationalist China.
be hard to fit to the situation, but the License Section naturally Because of the high diplomatic
assumed that everyone was intelligent enough to know that allpost which Special Ambassar Ar
checks written to anv agency of the Panama Canal Co., should be thur Hi Dean holds,' I quote the
a ,able to the Treasurer. entire letter. 11 was addressed to
0 Next. the statement under "7.B." Namely. "enter plate num- elayton Lanet executive secretary
bt from LAST RECEIPT CZ or RP. and PRESENT THAT RE- American Institute of Pacific Re-
CgPT with if applicable NOTARIZED TRANSFER STATE- nations, Inc. The latter says:
MINT." is really the King English. License Section style, of say-
.aE NEW APPLICATION." your letter of April 15, 1949, to-
t Also. Don't become confused by the greatly increased small gether with the enclosures. I think
ltint section at the too of the form. That was placed there to you are greatly to be congratulat-
snbw you that the License Section has been streamlined along ed on your success with Gen. Mar.
wRth the other bureaus of the PC Co.. and it Is printed in such a ,hall. I think we must be careful,
Iashion. so that when. I repeat. WHEN, you do make the mistake however, that w do not Indicat
of mistakes, that you are sure to make. the efficient force of the o hm either (a) that he is com-
License Section will be able to return the form, and the money, ing into an institution of financial
to you. for the corrections indicated, so that you may return all difficulties and that we are going
papers with the correct fee. You see how simple it all is? to use him to bolster up our appeal
Lastly, If this does not answer all your questions, and I'm to the foundations, who I am in-
sure It will not call 2-2563. where you will be able to obtain all dined to think must misunderstand
the pertinent Information. tUntil such time as the License Sec- it. or (b) that we are going to use
tion Js swamped with applications. and takes the phone off the his name to obtain additional
book during business hours.i funds.
,Thank vou. Mr. Editor. I hope this helps someone, although .
after reading it. I can't understand how. "'I realize that you have comet
-- Real Gone into an exceptionally difficult situ- s
ation, but I think we might go back
ON CHRISTMAS CAROLS to the publications of the ins tute
Cristobal. C. Z. and with the help of LARRY lOt0 .
MDar Mr. Editor: INGER point out the difficulties
S Please permit me a little space in the "Mail Box" of your our State Department is now fac- &
widely read newspaper to express my personal views and opinions ing in attempting to get up a con- w
t Miss M. Smith who has asked that the Clubhouses have pity structive policy for China. I think
01 the Christmas carols this year. anl not play them so early, we might make a very real contri- t
I think that Christian minded persons, who are living in a bution to the subject if we could I
Christian era, should feel good to hear the heralding of glad tid- state very objectively, but expli- f
ings in Christmas carols and songs as a timely and thoughtful citly, problems which we now c
r inlnder of that first glorious Christmas Day. face in China. I am sure Owen Lat-
Maybe I'm too Christ-conscious in having such spiritual opin- timore would be a great help in [
lons. but It is said to your own self be true and it must follow, as this, Sincerely yours, f
the night the day, you cannot then be false to any man "Arthur H. Dean.'
Blncerely yours. -
Jee IL WWlhaas This letter frop Mt. Dean had a
very mpoitant postscript. It said: t
I hope you won't iet discoo-
= old It Is tough but I thinkwot
You have my complete sup-
port but (I) I would not mention t
the Communist attack in relation to t
IPR publications,,(2) for Ineome 0
tE age a ttax as well as policy reasons I p
would not indicate we are engaged a
AsL Tin pro-or anti-Communist attacks, r

bad situation. This has antagonized r
some of Ned's friends. Some way
Presents: we must solve the Russian prob- t
lem. It's up to us to find out what
maker them tick: why they are t
what they are- it's not up to us to a
SC NTRAL we have no function; we must ex- a
ICENTRAL JUST ONE DAY ONLY! pose bow it works, what it is, what
it does, when it falls. A. H. D."

S"THE BEAST FROM 20000 FATHOMS" As I have asked in previous
Su-.ns eof others high in our gov-
wilh PAUL CHRIRTIAN -- PAULA RAYMOND erment of men upon whom we
S must depend for leadership who
TO- PIntroduced Special Ambassador
oean to Rosinger and Lattimore?
O IAnd isn't this the time for Mr.
pDean to publicly repudiate them?
Let me add that for some years i
I was a neighbor of Larry Rosin-
ger in an apartment house at 2775 I
Motrris Ave., N. Y. C. ,
Many of the housewives there
would come to me and ask just r
how a fellow like that slim, mus- lI
tached, dapper looking Rosinger l
SOPENING "THE MOON IS BLUEcould spend so much time in In. c
O G"THE MOON IS BLUE" dq and China on his meagre
TOMORROW THE PICTURE EVERYONE IS TALKING official income? They knew he was
ABOUT.. .1 left wing. These good housewives
detested him as their sons were
TIVO LI drafted' to fight the "voluntary" '
BANK DAY! $100.00 CASH! soldiers of a government he cham
AT 5:00 AND 9:00 P. M. pioned
JOHN PAYNE, in -- ALSO: Why then did not our Washing- 8
"CARIBBEAN GOLD" "LAST OUTPOST" o r pe', e wOhtate the rs o
(Conyriht, 1953, t
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oldness to mention the term t- eios vein. -ut
t applies with remarkable flitNa to President StW this dmirable trait hag its un)p
Eisenhower. asaeot for a man -oeunyPta the White HtEm.
For Ia that place he Is m0re th tLan ider
When, as General Eiaenhower. he made a great his country. He' Is the chIef 6 poi ll
reputation as a soldler-dplomat, was not wide- Dprty, with vast power' which he ch l
y realized how humble man h I. Humility only for pirtlu a -.dvastM but sled for the
not a quality automatically Sefd to mind as larger good. In other WOra.S t party ma in
ne thinks of a world leader, paIm larly a high ery, properly managed, can M aMIM UAa ~ ,Sa
military commander. booster for the more cumbenrso0 macbif oft
rovernmnent, .' -
Yet, for the kind of inuslrlior adershlp he
as exertinR amon the f atMins, both as Being not merely hu.nble _but UAt.wstL-
artime chief and lter A o emmanuder the President hs tredto.ht M t
Mr. Eisenhower's hummt -waU handicap. It .of hi job. He IM ;lmade-pol
served rather to end 1ma toa a is and to when tlhy wur. ..
strengthen. his Influenao a men. ha lefit hint t a e
It was in charaoter that .l Wish lt "alt e omed ",
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Where my British relaatis tI me ing mcohn to newnm oms, many of tm femet' -- add a ltle o ^mab ...aa- tu 'B,'"
en, already, and I a rg wondering foxholes, allow gteen mold to ic- and love is sello'm allowed to or caom RO* 5 -ials af et
Sthey. arde the.~ saEmcee Soloas cumulat on* c cv'and hope bloom. aoI,. thee' a e rom e S-i
o ol Ioos .M

that al us kids were mixd up in for an oas.loal s Ug jungle pleo tht las. at B*night's love a ea, us~c anieal sie i orde

wuasa the late s trie. A -page juace to relieve the pain of ordinary may tura into oady's diner, with.3 re etl etin ci dthe. .j -"" B .'. ',-
olmons are where anes go Junle juice ....h. I really one yesterdays abboy M nd, hw a r t.'t h t
asb drsug r itu for mmuy se W ba

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hen they die. Marine, whon will un ubt ml be you.

The taxes are only si, percent. President someday not Je Me- It ham not beten Suth a mg eloneg s .u uJ
top. The climate is superb. Ashere Carthy -- wnho hd a ii crett reel t/ie. since the ----oml--Iade
favorable balance o trade, based on the burnt.off taste o_ my in beee e lmar, 'long ". Whoa fOO- walked into hs
c teopra The ialand.rs have mouth and' soqL be put .Lotaig does n0ot mai a. bog oA A,. di e d4a- ."e dG .
provddd themselves ases capable ot comM- I. sooess,, tSe Mas-e s..,; S3S it, e enaUl< hm-ethat mecm mndit .
By O80 RUARK d bUSuce. uma Slo V beD.5 h *
mred 1 aalnrI -wll As*Jan

I bea n sitting here readin a on locals n't find noh fish 8to from oes of the d apl elasss. A oJi
lime about the Solomoh I ns, beep tshem bap. There was noth- local taboo feorblc s bathing for Iot may dlelel ab116bljs i
where my British relatfres tell me g muc to do an the dSaemons, many of thei femal -T add a little It mT he sfetime bw n men at*

that it was neer so good in reaN- I remember, except burrow nto ranid cocoa buttr on M the hvWes ir-dopr, e camn ,btas*a .oa
en, arready, and I m wondering foxholes, allow gr mold to ac- and loVe is seldom allowed topp do oar Lsa afdl

if they f asre the ea m Salo re oa crum e l t on evarythi. and hopoe bloom. Also there's a dre -sus- o i L 5 a t S a s
that all us kids erae mixtd up in for an occasion a lug of ungle. p It on that last ean t's a irea s r i
ad the late stra.d Ae dopa e juice to wo l eve the pain of r anry may turn into toser's dinner with rcet mt os the Capnce, 8 seen nla t

t a report tells 'm that ae existence. your hrt's t i
Sol mons are where angels go Junle juie ....h. Ior riele yestll erey's Moy nl a l od i

when they die. ma t rine who w ill undoubtedly be you. A'led t~ ou&an
The taxes are only six percent, President somday -- not Je YMe- It has not b.een euh a very long
topu. The ell ate is ab. nd here Carthy who hnd ra a6crl el o tieo tlet dri tm theoe le inie
s he unemployment. Tters is a fot gue le juite that. n SOfeal'std eagerly o ffwho he calls,
avorble balance of trad, based n urntott nur ann m taste Vi n e er ld into his
an coprable.m The islanders have mouth and' sqL I'- h ut .L don mt;,an aog a M
prod themselves capable of com. G.I. shoes,. the Maon War"o itt, a exlont n Swt f tdet* .i in t r
petig on ithe ay other races in y as w as riisinery rno o ngbafa l ~ ad areain
other field t says. As I r commem- cid, ld rate our bla e. t s if te are w n
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ber them =o alhwere
ed1 ,an spoe a riot f in cola with bubm bitl may-digwe say ---lbe di. F k
e de n mt weaiE ise the very difeeficult t atn e. wid boes i temoir sam
Ibet ad simple o JPthbe It definitely hd ace. elea wad

World. i,.e t .I
But what I recall a the I oonaon' I arll really a wvs -be Wble.to- U-l ddlk.l dreft
was a little less-ealthusaisit .tban eriAsthe meme dnd *Ay frt sbot hint. There was- offlrn gen re-
he English version. I recall that t the Solslengthy et Ti a
the islands were amply p t ded dietofrh a bit of anyone. andike
with fungus for the ear and other Maugham. Ir all thwof 6bJets d'art. At the time his orv of .eret ta
pordons of the body, and that an Marys should rt ssion 5a, Jap e heads, it SOv t t I."M
ailment called, vulgarly -crotch- Lamour, and A and Lke mpy another South Paot ro it up
rot was rather 09 dful. Also satements aba halL_ 10
athlete'f eoot, two #aws, coral The Scenery acthe. u10. 8travelogu bt no
wounds, odd esesews, and hor- you don't mind not, tell ktht those
rible-amelling land crabs. and coral M& us, have 8uXVY Awl ipto on te eIhb
As I remember the Solomons, but Dottie on or ad Jim wath lspaa T he Iun
here was no ftller piece ad po had a tr eavou i 6aq
graphy on the globe, except Whon It Us no eoi al Yo en iay W&
the Japs were -over or a u d and that I believe 'to W t angels is thqy tre sot Bc aN *W e
about Bo islands, the So omons dren were left in a m6da to as ugly aspmoloadi -mu.
are naturra surrounded by water, commemorate our *manage. It Is if they are wearing gnadpa 2
and even today, in ptatetime, tho very difficult to.aSdd. downwind bones in their p.s1Weeps., vW taut
lsu was

Humility In White House of land tZ.

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Sof eSaile n STAINs Looks Ins Nh w the bown Sah

S- daYwoji woman has more Cristobal Saturday aboard the brownish hair and trademark tew the tpc api

-" U|d in -lry. due .to arrive in New ow Nov. ied mane of hair and luxurtat mu.
, ., -. ob& Is a vitim )fSS ~ hindo schedmald more, the eamustache are shot whih Whe tare, oth bon- ayI h

..oaur hose are sodanme o thane findia I the oaftan t lhe p ns Thousaands aofRuaalmn sut- tache nd d more t gra than
"" "w em.r Those are ome of the f.dins In addifon Yo t he0e ae fled past the body of Stalin yegs the silver white to be expected
.... i, I d isn poftlB and gov ament. booked for Port-au-Rlnoa erda as the reat red anl o t 3.
gf tS ., orfewhrs ae caD ab tiTg Mr.. a Mr. N. black macindrble masol s
:- :*e Bpubwicationa called f Wo- Mrs. Rita Acocathlee Jo nd Maryo A-throug with Red quares opened the to p wore the t l
or fh S tates, whehe rs. Ernst Misaroty. t, pblc foro the ft tie hioehe Sovieto
SItIthUor ted... Sip.-erCnl ba a r The complete A dance ps.. sine hl i death. with aglden epauts
-P 'ldr sengcer list for New York folls: A long ilne of fur-hatted o treat red stars. Two rows aof d*
3;t% -H oTearsmbe rf .th1y6 i Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Anktr overcoated citizens snaked aek bos acros s the left of tthe b
4too. and19.0000go boefrMrs. Rita Acoca, Miss MarysoE A- through Red square from e retOfbtemao
E Mi SerC it s1 ambassado ea accongresdionalDerta E. Awgun, Mrs. C. NeHd lng against the Kremlin w Sli.
-dVpw 3 More married women ao older Miss Rle E. Codwlse, Miss 'u- 55 a minute. away from the waist, the e-
f i1Cn' th7can7t kip d the 1 wmeau are showing up it d St la- gusta Edelman, Miss Macey B. Juttln up from a well in the tures of the lower part of ite
anng t e e12 o w1lon b o wi Il..-1 dwards and Harvey Engetran; enter of the burial ,chamber body lost in Its folds. Ltna's
s Ct t dr =t-program of DemeStle Workrs rwer Mr. and Mrs. John A. Green were two pedetals. On them body was much the same, e-
atr "Never more thae o have wo- Miss Pauline Goodman Mr. and rested identical s a r cophagi cpt he was dressed in a dai,
unf" '" ktww kiod of wbrk they d," the publ- *sad Mrs. sacob Haslen I; Miss namentedby furled banners of 8e
.hQ. d A-suio5wiol.0. .cati on states. f.lorenc e HaMalwanter; Wil s san ze brown rs oT otee.e
hiap a hi will an tpr"h number of womaa Johnson m; Mr. and Mrs. Wll In one, under a brilliant STAMORD La. dCuI of John's
e at oes i f oc Sed onhis f: laadoy thhdealy
not. th Bureau reports. Bo e Marshall and daughter: Dr. and luo thee re o s reo- sa le a big ee as. In fact, it wa.
Son-nW4'6 war 16 perot cent, f the working Mrs. Archibald Morrison; and tlon held, bearded V. I Leu- too auccessft. One of the
Women M were houmseel hep; the Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. MoS- I-.h bain the other another ot- bersndvertntly old atar
Oof 10 per osaent aeau; light bearing on the head nf eandlostiek used for eldldrM
gio Sa a1esn have not kept the pace Miss Adele O'Gareck' Mrs. reddish brown cushions beneath, services.
e earg i' m om th -wth- e other improvements the Beatrice J. O'Toole; Mrs. nertru- o b l
el l ^ Pr as who!FW suSve 2hows* de B. Onderdonk; DaUs 0.
dIoerr X-6 's he with rU Peralta; Mr. and Mrs. C.
a, de h.4 I=W Shs oweorgs6eA deN B nderonkei- Miss OF
4- tZm al63 inapnowal o the e vt t. cap In -of women Pierson: Mr. and Mrs. Morris CANAL ZONE DELIVERY OF
S dhng -rean at- 7. in Walbridge and children; Mi3ss
d t akck pl nai- 'ibae b*Pfromna New rby orlemb of ?r @ in 1951 ethat ODorothy Wallace; Miss Patrica
l or two recorded..by the urea Els White.
t am-i te aS the norm Cristobl Ceasu," the bllcraton sr. :
"The number of wr CIn one, under itebrillrowtfn onofault.
.... ae t 0m l nw i in al abn bor ; idaeclepstei r mRhrdA. Enand
4,at the barlies t, Naond, foe qos. alreemeont .o,." th& omvr l Bia l lKnx M lan e i ghths nhifc-ly

I htt Ednd" .t aao rem aw iia c ate e gate d*ocupatinstrad* Funeral serTomorrow. ill h
th Brearmploroyinoge wome'vnwn...ay ^ ^-lffl dat a ^h br t S g I
bee ne a at this bolwws tm .,iencentdw thn oPu'st .aChrb bht o Mrs.NS d
t would es.. nt-vin r followed al eual psay for et "l Mrs Rosalyn M Edwrds, 0, who
the'Oferedwhichbrow. n touorroo aferoo ate4athervices. I
il to-60 take _i 1 mI n pinger brn- t agvn~ which were i ,,,, nera.accepted int edl yesterday morning.
eranft to Bui de B. oe Meal w itake
d-10 -tma- lheh.--fia T, womes avo no S-l3l s ow errerans c aaemeterys.
del fal6 toeinb m at.n F
ach sr" b- 'wl b w w sent to Oar- womo's chances of .advan-
cnxn ; R0.th found that' "theNIEfro Aint
Other p~ two members. o the 0 or ca safi bd more wmt prove ERICN FLYER o n m m a
-o ,s Artist i .Aa uye, nX a pi y, ch pi oftbi1a"954 Sd tesble ofmU handling po.AERCtI
to 7re o porteress, wiste from$f1Ml MyotoA
,:Of 'PeIoirn Tree' =, responul.lt AN rnricui t-,w u oe eeLoatt d tabk ,,..
govet Include: Captain level than nation thsu featurWeidner;!IRKter
Will Ss -- Umber of woa B,90 n 1,lates yea Kiinp r atdt *,i
tiotalstenRos Pattern BYWst
ad the Panama C2 iDUalNtAo ther bl dat e -
S itow wooll .. .. 4*0flT R ft m P r of t he doubleN UAYE" F u neralATo m orr o wM
%l a, .b aet I, elective positions. But only 13 we- Real CheChoo Sound
"k 2X " of d o m t h e t ru n d . r ot h e m e nmL a re to C o h anr ess esieU W S
1*1,e prosese b ofaCanalllonelwho aSa
.7L I new bBbe fclegt 'in16Dress hwr estl rrerauriMs.ESI aste
In am vn- User,, 5. ..h a ......'t Eirenhower too trains pull us to 49 eas--
comi nag. oblt, wbomena have been appointed fiLl loaded!
ho6Se (PDaU, folwdo al e rmaelt pest, tworambaes
to' tWflXU%1 ae itirhihw re Iv eenrgl other hin. SERVICet SALESy m m ng
tists ,.t -! . ...R..STRATIt
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West complrtes

Buildup Period'

n Westerm Europe
MADRID, Spain, Nov. 18 IUP'
U. 8 Aum. Ailhur W. Rad-
ford, chairman of the Joint
Chief of Staff, said today the
West has completed the "build-
up period" in Western Europe
and is entering a less costly.
phase of defense planning.
Radford told a press confer-
enoe here that his recent tour
.of Europe disclosed an excellent
spirit of cooperation with the
United States..
Military men, he said, must al-
Sways be conscious of the "econo-
mic side" of the problems of
I planning defense. He said he be-
'leves the defense program for
,Western Europe already has em-
erged from the "buildup period."
The new phase, he said in-
volved "the development of new
equipment and modernization In
Itrainina men."

North East South Wet
I N.T. Pass 3 Pass
1N.T. Pass 4 Pass General Marsh ll
Pass Past
Opening iead-- Q Home But Tired
PINEHURST. N. C.. Nov. 18 -
The "dummy reversal" is usu- UP' Gen. George C. Marshall
Thedumy reversal" I was back at is winter home;
ally shown as a very fancy play1 here today feeling "much better"!
in which declaier does all sorts after 16 days in Walter Reed
of tricky ruffing in his ownfHospital in Washington or
band, winding up in dummy to treatment of a lung inflamatlon.
diaw the last trump with some However, the 71-year -old
very unlikely looking trump. But Marshall, who returned here
te dummy reversal doesn't have Monday night said he still is
Sbe qvite so flashy: it can be a very tired.
rry simple, mousy-looking crea- The former secretary of state
ere dnd secretary of defense said he
STake today's hand for exam- plans to leave Nov. 28 for Oslo,
ge. South wins the opening lead Norway, to receive the 1953 Nobel
iD dummy with the ace of hearts. peace prize.
Counting one trump loser and
tree possible club losers. What C-r d
tCn he do to reduce the loss? oro l Loan SC pe
If South tries to ruff his fourth T a
club in dummy. East will over-J b Goes To Hauke
ruff If South tries to draw two
rounds of trumps first. West Construction CO
will draw the third trump and
then cash the fourth round ofI
cluhs safely. E. O. Hauke Construction
f South tries to set up his Company vas the apparent low
*niS hand. therefore, he will bidder for the preparation for
Iave to lose a trump and three landscaping at the new Cristobal
glubs against alert defense. to.fnlite when bids were open-
There's a different story to ed yesterday in the office of
ell if South tries to set up dum- the Engineering and Construc-
myv Instead of his own hand. The tlon Director at Balboa Heights.
fort to set uv dummy is the' The Hauke Company bid $32,-
essential part of the play known 337.
as the dummy reversal. - Maeco-Pa'napatifie Inc., the
If you're going to set up the only other company to enter a
dummy. you naturally plan to amd for thb work, made an of-
ruff out dummy's losing hearts. ie- of $34,626.
And if you do that, you just The contract Includes the
cen't lose the hand. placing, of topsol, Snrssing and
You take the first trick with preparation. o holes for future
the ace of hearta.s ruf a heart, plantinf on nearl U % res of
cash the top trumps, and enter lan. The area to.be red
dummy twice with high dia- ncludes The es to. &EWthree
tronds to ruff out dummy's re inus onew tWais tree
ralninn hearts. Then you lead o0t'- o f n '00
Stird diamond towards the t ed t
d' doesn'ttatter when West o nt t
decides to riU, pummy will lose wo.'k .Coroza .
exactly one tump and two clubsl --. n_.-
-nothing eGirtSCouts 5
Not a fanfyl play. to be sure, .irrS
but very, very effective. Cafndors On Sale
7TIM 'I court colored calen-
etin To dare fo 4 are now availabi.
Meeting To Be Parats and friend who have
lI A Dbeen in the Ihait of having these
Held At Balboa Y colorful caleian obtain
For Mo l C b them from the Canal Zone Girl
For MOdel Club Scouts or from the leaders.
The calendar without the pio-
A meeting wil. be held at tLi turea, which Is printed locally,
Balboa YMCA next week and is used In the place of a
Wednesday to form a "modol" "d'te book" by busy mothers.
club to faster the making of air- wlU be on sale after the first dt
plane. boat and train models. December.
The meeting will get under- The sale of these calendars Is
way at 7 p m. Additional inor- one of the few ways in which a
nation may be obtianed at BalI-Olrl Sco'" 'roop is allowed fn
boa 2-2759. make money. '

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18 Earth (dial.) 1trlMalUaiS 33 From that B 4.bude .
19 lull-like birdsl" T.rN police 48 Maatohed.
S21 Body of water pioned 34 Typ of duck rIt
22 Irritator n. (pl.) 50 itulekr.t t '
24 Equals
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7t once "aIn commemoration of the lea-
4- Vi V 4 cuod annual USO-Pal 00r, the
Sr t tht. be Rotary Club of Panama uM be
of anI, in .rq.t hosts to 50 service from
Spw*n .at.. the Army, Navy, Air ae and
*j JAP ,W tur t tr. te t. Marie 'crps at the meeby fRo-
wb yupan ethon which wIlfbal aW
atree. betng will be hSTa at -o at tote E Panama tomorrow.
Ulm blome, bls' wtel a nly mPal Day was instituted as an
ar.f wt Ilp hsi" m w Mae bdt annual affair by thd United
.r., he... nt whh Service Organizations (USO)
.m .v or "I" Wo a a when so. that service personnel might
Me hala a hard 1. Two round trip wticki t enjoy the hospitality and iriend-
rken %ae keep tAop dop Ja WithbY ship of individuals and members
AA 1r. -, tm.. 'to communal lups.
S Mr. andM a "w N pretend .e to ft b Rotarians f rnuwlmil and
V .L 0w.u bht .It Ar t Wob eraley are theo ,alll ttee
etle ersiuoo nr the x E the affair, which has ee plan-
St : 6 to o her Years a e a Club fr. ned for enlisted personnel only.
,Tll, o OLtte W .re yo chelu, fotwo

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*p rtRr dance i to h WelS83,'oUdh .4r 1Te inalsDiisUO n. NTI

-- sabedeh4%at the basest will in tobal, died yesterday o9:05 am happy-he'
-~ twa 'new officers iore sath sPe a.,fhen bdoth spotored by in Gorgas Hospital S g a as the mdm
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sVa d nW ohso :$1 .at00dos" as th e n odm i
Eo t a5 q eun a 1ena a spnoe byi chra mV'alc S 00
new offer I l, o tr.he to.o br iln.ayI illness. He was 4g Years rist re: S
C ohdnion",J Vol b Id-a" ,mth, retur c. d Born tien Ppra reeblesp Ob' Mr.n)'

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Catholic str tourr ttis meagasan
Ab O j R i = o' tar transportation Dlv fdon.

4 Thg. $e. nbor e for He was transferrA : to 9ac s
s o T a mn~e bl In 1950 .in te erm Ist a V-t

to e =0 r. prizes. e- f tor woro M-s.I _.-
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be ierr hRA r 6 -bo n lah1e A tmM lhde. death.aut

mn membe pftie l-i baard a ,, fo1 Fnersr s i eet soo PanamaC be an-
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FOR SALE--reasinoble, 1951 Chev- Wle AthIb All M Iter rb|lr. ClMel 4.1673. -
Don't fear BURGLARS, thoroughbred role Bel Air. Excellent condition. 2013 -- lAmL ~ Hn g pa1 ltsn3 tn1 ae1 1 Alro
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS. Tel- Phone 3-1280.n e,
DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Cillic Inriel
phone Balboa 389. FOR SALE.-On account of voyage. Central Avenue "K" r o
MUST SACRIFICE new G. E. retrig- will sacrifice Plymouth 1953. two Telephone 2-3479. PQLsMa. 4r aet tu .i '
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3. After 12 roan at Collt 46 Este Again 'ARNE'40 I7 NN are *, n A Pho nI 1blp 21..lW .. I
OR SALE --Bargan. 8. Apt 4 offering their special 3 nWhths FOR RENT Two CottogeL. Santa
FOR SALE --Barga.n. Refrigerators. course for only $10.00. Enroll Clara, $50.00 each per month.
Frigida.le and Coldspot, child's FOR SALE: lock 1949 Coupe, November 19 and 20th at Bolboo Te. Balboc 2756. Schillin.
dresser and lo -box, table. shelves.i rew t.res. R. & H. with overdrive "Y". between 3:30 and 5:00 p. H I.I 'D |
blends, loa,,ce %oik, louvres Housel Con be f..aonced. Phone 2-3602 m. Learn the new doubled triple WAI Swito Clo la Ch I
0310. Cotle Hef.glh,. Ancon Can be seen 0851, Balboa Road Maonbo.'Bonny Hopt JIfforug toge. L som f ', merm,
OR SALE.-lect-c.in- Chrch of Christi. and Rumba. nai b h abloPn 9050 n bpt
SOR SALE.-Eleclr.C iove., 4 burn-----__w-J__I L
ers, refrigerjtor, mahogany dn.rng- FOR SALE- 1948 Hudson Power MUSIc w
room and bedroom set. tfre custom Dome 8 Cli. motor in 1940 body Try Bennett's Society Singstlers Gramlich Santa Cilar Bseh cottogls,
built furniture, oil practically new Duty paid. 150. Balboa 2734. IDonc Combo) electric refrigertafi, gas waves,
very cheap. Arrangement can be FOR SALE: -- 1951 Pontiac Six 4 for birthday portie, wedM cap- moderate rates. .Phone 6-44 or
male to renl apartment oaso Sanj 4,567
male to rnc ni apa'rment S -, A. 2 oor sedan. 2172-A, Curundu of- tons, dances, etc. Tel. 2-1212, Pan- ___
Francisco d. 25-A, Apt. 2 ter 4 p -n. a.
Tel. 2-3518. Panama
m Tel E--Ben. x8 anamoa t a FOR SALE:-1950 Cadllac 4 door We will accept your used relfrerator, FOR.RENT
LOR SALE-Bendx Economt auto- sedan, perfect condition, new white washing machine and stve regard-
motic woaher. 60 cicle. $100. side wall tires, radio, seat covers less of condition, for purchase of --
0779 i. Wiliomson Place. Balboa Leaving. Can be seen at No. 52 a new one. Call 2-5144.
9OR SALE.-II cu. ft. Frigidaore. 50th St.. facing "Bolurro." FOR RENT:-Fumr h.ue for
porcelain, recently oerhouled FOR SALE-Convertible 1948 Stude- R RA| three T fu mons. f
Best offer. Balboa 2-4327 baker Champion. Radio Spotli.gt. FOR SALE remb"rirrtifour Ir
tOR SALE: Must sell praoct.cally duty po.d. rop and point. 8 months lroomi ..sI ifttl WA.-m, ii
new, d.nlngroom, hall. drawing- old $685 00 Phone Balboa 2- etc. l f Heights, SA n
room, complete guest room. indiv., 4220 1413-C. Balboa. $165, 4*r I
j ,dual easy chairs, air foom cushion- FOR SALE-'946 Ford 4 door, radio. FOR SALE:-Girl's large J. C. Hig- and water includ). Paa
Sad, beautiful rugs. Swedish China.' motor. nsd. ,,res perfect condi- gins bicycle, excellent condition. 3-0499.
SMlosstwore, floor and table lamps ton. Jewelry Store "Cantena Chi- Call 2-13,2 after 4:30. NT:
SM t be ecn to be apreclated I cago." N-. 157 Central Avenue FOR SALE:- Thorouhbrd h- FOR RrNT: -, t
Phone 2-2798 Office hour Panama. hund puppies, six weks-old. Call bedrooms, maids. r ovok.
SALE -195; Coldspot refriger- 2-2581, 1413 Los Crudes St., Apt. anuilla, a90., Mof Hve. Phoer
Store II cu ft. Large freezer unit R S LE D. Balbo. a ,$90.00, Mli uM Hl. Phone
SAlrook 6285 3-4844.
: OR SALE.--rodo RCA wth record Boats0 8 M tO FFOR SALE: Small upright piano,
SJOR SALE.-'odio RCA with record Boats & Motonr $250.00. Course in business ad-
Splayer. Pereil. 1st. St. No. 14. FOR SALE : Diesel Boat Engine ministration, $40.00. Tel. 2-1282. FOR RENT
SApt I. after 5 30 p m Buda 6 cvyinder. 100 HP, Model Panama. .
D -DR SALE: .- One Simmons sngle 468 wvih 2 to I reduction gear. FCR SALE 1951 Nash Rambler Aprtm t
bed and ,prng with rnoatress S1.500 Can be seen and run after I Station Wagon. Good condition.
0314 Caole He.ghts. Ancon 4 00 p week days. Call -Bal- Farbanks Morse Typhoon Pump. A TN TION Ju t modem
Sboo 3332 Mondoy through Friday. Servel Gas Refrigerator, foam rub- ATTINTION r. Juont wlit O |r 0
'OR SALE --Stove sofa-bed, dining- 7 30 4:15 for'detas. ber livingrom set. CoN Parama 3- bdfurnished p ntd w et
room set, bedroom set etc. Apt FOD SALE: -- Wizard "Super 10" 5179 from 7 a. m. until noon or edhoshtPan, cold m. T
4 Eldordo. Phone 2-3877 or 3- outboard motor. Excellent condi- ofter 7 p. m. ephane Paiamo 3-4941.
0C'-3 3tion. priced for quick sell. Phone FOR SALE:- English bicycle. "Felix"W vacate cOipetels furnlshed
S".ALE -Porch .cer.. 25ne-34,n 33. n perfect condition, $25.00. Ther- 7ing aprtmnmt to beil 'erted
S.. D clot. Hao'ng atach- WANTED TO BUY mos for trC,. $1000. House 14. 0hih lt 1I
rri. 3 vocden cobin.rs Phone -I-- TU ,71h. New Crislobal. 00 cash which Is ,abct half price
4C___S_ paid about 18 ent go. .Jn-
4 -WAN.ED TO BUY--Pick-up. "Mue- Iclude refrigerator, stoVe, water I9
:CR SALE -Borgo.n. li,.igroom set bleria Tuion." No. 200 CentralFOR SALE: Boodle Buggy baby heater. Hoas dinette li
l- lrir upholstered. No. 29, 4811. Avenue. N 00C :- .. --$15.001
sItet evilbe,. rUftor ougs for
WANTED yuur refrigerator as a paint. spraying system. New, 525.- room. Apartment rents for $1a0.-
'OR SALE -Five piece. mohogan\ trade-in on a new Crosley Shelve- 00. Motor- I HP 110-220 V. 25 0 no ly.. 1 ew PLY.
Irii.oom set. practically new. dor Cyrnos, Tivol Crousng. 3- cyle ,30.00.- H.PF 1 -220'' T53 for
port, Ie electric "Singer" sewigl 1793. 25 tle. 20.00. 34 H.P.- 15 ivof
all3 Sth e ewt C' L11: FOU NoD VD.C il: nw. $25.00; 3 KU. sd oiWon
tachs-nnts 2032 U. 3rd Street CU- LIST & FOU.N D I 15 V ~ .. "Generator $30.'00. a m e
rundu. C. Z. Call frcm 8 to I in Corvertor o10 Watts 32 VDC in No. 8, Apt. 4 no 3 t .
_morn_ LCST -On pier 8 or train tortoise. pait. 115 V, 60 cycle out put, $15. FOR RENT:- I fp 1 L
S shell tri-foca: glasses $5 00. Re- 00: Sreon Compressor. 1-3 ton.
rFOR SALE 2-37 or 21377.10.00; Lht Plant. 5 K. W. 115 bsp ili lnt. Ame r-
FRvi A oi. tSoA 2-1E"V7. DC Water Cooled. $150.0; icns, at "ii DtW I" iBulding, I
SalsEs Position Offered Band Saw, 3-wheel crofstman, m third l oor C 11 B. Sl.
Real Estate 00: .Fuel injector pump-timken,. ) CoD - _l
6 WANTED -Person with experience; f'r 6 c lender. Diesel. Good onl- ,to 12 noqn o 5 p. m.
: .-.ALE--3 bedroom colli n Public.ty and Advert,,ing make dition. $4000; 15 shark hooks, non d 5 p.
OR SALE.- -3 bedroom chl: i up Must hove vocation Must binch shank. $10.00: 150 feet FPR RENT:-- w bedroom fumtshed
irern. diningroom. porhes. mid' speak Eng'ish ard Sponsh per- 1-8" stain less steel cable. $10.- irtui mo M oand Ograge.
room, garage, bar, swimming poe lectlv Wrie tomp'ete details to 00; Valve 2 inch. Quikc opening. Pn N 1._ .
fee childr, well kept arden. Firt DEP A. -P. O Box 134.Pon- bronze new. $5.00. Pump, I inch FOR R fr-,
closs construction 1500 square for high areisure and volume, FR eN. %=
meters of land. San Francisco de -and.onzer mprah oir s anles hume ni'h Ihi to
le .Cele. Away from base, bId-.WANTED -- Er ,c.-.j ole.grl niw. $200 Pump I' inh 1948
e .s mctioe. Choice neighbo oed. Must speak Eng ,:' a-d SDonish. rubF.r irpc lar bronze housing
Well accept iortaqe. $15.000. 'Mueblsria Eurorcc No 21 Cen- stainlss .lt. $ 00 Tel Balba R
Lmn te. Telephar 5-0301. tral A4nu.. P 3678. House 5864-8 Smith Place.
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FOR SALE.-I-Ship to shore BC 223
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CONGRATULITIONS Attorney General Herbert Brownell
lefti congratulates his brother. Dr. Samuel M. Brownell. after
lie was sworn In as U.S. Commissioner of Education at Washin-
ton. In the center is Oveta Culp Hobby. Secretary of Health
Education and-Welfare.
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Cop Top Awards In Flag Event Appointment Of Proe .. rgo -- -mao.
linos shot a 68.. He finish
lo a aI AudlMiL A with a 54-hole score of 205
-- LOO llp llC JNk beat Bud Soiher by on t
A splendid turn-out of 105, The complete list of prize win- L Hogan--the A.Americn dd Bot
male and female club golfers ners was as follows: l rAAi hir iL Ish Open lchapion --fade
took advantage of near perfect Red Flag Group (0 to 8) JI1 UIl IIIJUsU r e.a72 and Wnd up t
weather on Armistice Day and Ist Lt. Jim Curtis, 235 yds strolbs behind Furgol. Iogi..]
matched 'strokers for the 15 a- from No. 20 Tee. By Herbert Mols after 28 holes with's 13
wards offered in the Fort Ama- 2nd Lt. Col J. F. Taylor, 130 -_00--
dor Flag Tournament yds from No. 19 Green. The report of the appointment NEW YORK, Nov. 18 (UP)
The Club members were 3rd Vinnie Lombrola, In No. of a Pro League scorer on the Welterweight Jo Klein of N
grouped into three flights in 18 Cup. Atlantic side has raised a un- York beat Fre6lie Hermnin
accordance with their handicaps 4th Col. R. F Alexander, 1 animous voice of protest. Los Angeles Monday night
with the value of each flights inch from No. 18 Cup. The news that P. F. Williams, New York on the closest sa
prizes determined by the size of 5th Lt W. A. May Jr., 18 the brother-in-law of the offi- decision possible... by one poc
the flights entry list. The Club inches from No. 18 Cup. cial scorer on the Pacific Bide, The two Judges split... c
matched each .50 cents entry fee White Flag Group (9 to 16) had been appointed scorer here voting for each man. Refel
so the 15 prizes were valued at 1st Sgt G J Bartholomew,' n Colon dawned upon Colonltes, Barney Felix voted four round
$105.00. 200 yards from No 20 Cup. not with surprise they 'have a for each man with two even. U
2nd Bart Ellch. in No. 19 good idea of the injustices cap- der New York rules, points a
By placing his flag 35 yards Cup. able to be meted out by the re- used only if an official sco
down No. 20 Fairway, Lt. Jim, 3rd C J. Murphy..5 inches sponsible party, but with great rounds even. Felix gave
Curtis won top honors in the from No 19 Cup. disappointment. The side-step- points to Klein... five to Hi
Red Flag .0 to 8 handicap I 4th B J. Williams. 19 yds png of Astor Lewis, ghost writer man.
Group. In the White Flag 9 to from No. 19 Green. For Doc Almy, Jr. for the past 18 Both fighters took a he
16 handicap, Group Air Force 5th C F. Atkins. 20 yds from years, is a definite breach of the pounding from start to fi
8gt. O. J. Bartholomew led the No. 19 Green fair play always associated with but neitMr was staggered
way by dropping his final shot Blue Flag Group (17 to 24) the great game of baseball. knocked down. Klein sufn eld
and flag exactly 200 yards from 1st Maj R F. Taylor. 18 yds bloody nose in the first res
NO. 20 cup. Major R. F. Tayl from No. 19 Cup.
No. 20 cup. Major R. F. Taylor from No. 19 Cup. Lewis is not widely known by and Herman finished with bo
k home the 1st prize in the 2nd G F Lull Jr. 19 yds people not closely associated eyes puffed. The 20-year-i
Blue Flag 117 to 24 handicap from No 19 Green. with baseball because he has al- Klein was a heavy favorite.
Group when he finally ran out 3rd Col F. McGinn, 75 yds ways been In the background. He --0o--
of strokes 18 yards from the from No 19 Green. was the key figure In all articles NEW YORK, W t. 1 (UP)',
19th hole. 4th Col. J. E. McNelly, In written under the pen -name of Latest Natlosal Basketlball l
e To men Committee No.8 Cup. Ma M Do Almy, Jr. Ernest C Cotton elation figures show George
The Tournament omm ee th Tie, Mai M O. Math- received all praise for the artl-kan-lds In or-t but
invited the Club's fairer sex toews. in No 18 Cup rs while Lew did all the re- because he has played n
partic..ipate along with the men ,_ 18_ _e writing. w at re-i_ ei_
us is tournament and although search and rtn.games.
over 25 took adantageof The MinneapolUs Laker -
over 25 too advantage oi thel Statistics included in the has scored 17 points in.
ofer they asilead to wn a sing "Doc's" writings were compiled gai. Defendin champion N
he awardomet board and erto have by te hard-working Lewis. Jonson Of Phlliidelph o i _
better luck next time WL At the onset of his career, ond with 156 points inn '
ILew got his foundation from game two lem than Mtb
U Cotton, but advanced in such Max ZlZal6ky of Baltimore
.. .l.. eaps and bounds that In later third in total points with 1
f By years Cotton, "dean of baseball points.
Si ll l-_ By BEANS REARDON writers on the Isthmus." had tol 'JOhl's 19-pdllnt-flve arv
i1 -2 Gift W roa 24 Years in National League consult him on the technical as- age l-bhLh In the league. 1
r pects of the rules and of scoring 8harman of Boston has the b
Written for NEA Service of the game. shooting average from the flo
QUESTION- Announcers call a Sharman hs dropped 47-pe d
pitch a 'slider I claim there Right now Lewis is in posses- six pr-eent of h 1 shot -I s
| M I IIsn t a pitch of that description. sion of a complete eight-year Brian of port Wayne leads
But the rest of the fellows on my history of the Pro league. Infor- fouls shooting with a 93-06
team sav that if the announcers matlon therein contained will eight average. Vein MlkkeI
IIB ^ call it. thr~ must know. Who's amzse the official "scorer who Minneapllnlihas commltntei i
right --Dick Krause has been on this job for the past most fouls -"
S Answer: Everybody Is right. A eight years.
I slider is nothing more than a C' EVLAND Quart ril
I five-cent curve. It doesn't break This side-stepping of Lewis Otto Oraham of the Clevell
'as sharpl. I don't believe any- should not be taken by the Browns Iril undergo X-ra~ni
f ^r----./" | U body can define a slider exactly, league officials as lightly as da. GOral O lufTfred a
i .. i but there is such a pitch in mod- other league irregularities in the ble fra ctn --~'-L
1-SEALgiftswithtransparent ern baseball. past. This, minor as it seems, n l ficA-A
SCellophane Taps. Q In a sandlot league play- could affect the attendance on an ""
off. I claimed a balk when the' this side of the Canal. Lewis is ew o'"' *
Pitcher. standing In the box. lig-1 extremely popular and well-liked New Yori ma"Isi
I gled the ball ii his tlove It was in Colon. Here we must hurry each holdas .m
Sbefole he stlited lhi, windup but to defend the "big ones" of the the two divistoin
I claimed the il2elinr movement PPL for we are sure that they Basketball
"'- .- i was illeeal Trye "nmrre turned are not aware pf this and other night: New-
.-- le doAn I still lanin I was .scoring infractions that have 79...Mil
right --Tony CioL.,iu been committed in the past. ...Fort
ENO -. "" ..A. As long as the pitcher had! ...Syrac
I not started his motion, it wasn't Fans are beginning to realize
E wink with balk. :that they ton,' r rather, were
ina wi th Q. Home team i; behind bone being "short4ihanged" as re-.from
G h Gitrun when It playing -manager. flected by ipone n at- Islea
;ii i st l. f Irst man up in the elohth in-'tendli' tlle ig0 The injustice
..a,,, n ings, starts the frame off with meted out to Astor Lewis should
Sa double. Ne removes himself for be looked into by the board of
a speedier pinch runner. Since'the Pro League because they,
N he has taken himself out of the and Dot the ladiviggal involved,
S.lineup. can he still direct the will receive the ufavorabld re-
L IAN AND I ltam from the coach s box' percussionp,
Donald Irwin. __________
IAP TAPES I A. may continue to man- Wiado Wasia Easer
-.A T~~f age his team from the bench and
my al go to the coachinI NEW YORK (U.P.)- An of
S Q. How isd secretion. these four mixtures is excelent
Scatters mabn. m !or league for window washing: Two table-
batters have been able to crack rons of washing soda to oWr
qulthe 3000-Hit Clurb in the past quarts of water; two tablespem -
quarter.centliry"-Andy P)'ler of kerosene to four d rtas of wVg
I*. Onll y Paul Wa-er. The senior w.ter. '4 cup ammonia to f i l :.-
Mf. C c h member of the Pirates' famed quarts of warm water; or
a.ull, .l=--. 3 .r...t combination compiled denatured alcohol to tb
'amount of water.

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to Ai "far-burial.
Two 'ifour-rounder will
complete e program. Melanio
Pacbeeo san Alonso Chase will
battle at M Ponds while Ed-
gar M r .ad= Baby Patrol will
ope me Iw In a 119-pound
pLi ftn Colon indicate
that W iis n excellent
condi on la is.are to offer a
b.ril eia.rformane. The

'Fearless Oscar' Admits 'Gator Bowl Experts' Choces re

He Ain't Seen 'En, But- Eyes Eight Francis To Win SUiz
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United Press Sports Writer Candidates Fastlich League's Second
NEW YORK. Nov. 18 Stip holding your .I. 0 ,*.
breath men. the time finally has arrived to announce JACKSONVILLE. No. 18 ( P) T ry Ut Sd
'breath men, the time finlny n-The Gator Bowl selection com-.y I
Fearless Fraley's "I ain't seen none of them" 1953 mittee revealed Monday is
All-A eric football" .. considering eight football teams "
All-America football team. among the strongest possibilities MIKE RANDON Saturday mtrna 21 tra
Even.In.for the New Years Gater Bowl RA N, DON S turd y-otv b I
Even in this bright new aRe n~ Back J C Carolina. Illinois game The S. tlich T.een Age R...-eiht thirty. to t e bui-
television. it still Is impossible to Back Paul Cameron. UCLA The committee Is watching ball e e hed its secd stf o the eaue uges a
see every team In the nation on Back Johnny Lattner, No- fl ve Southeastern Conference out, Saturday morning at thbOYes who hb'vi orm., who have
the few football Saturday avail- re Dame teams and three from the outh Ancon baseball diamond amidnt turned thm in ado so
able. The second team lines up wet i rlotuois enthusiasm ol firsthnmedi tely, those w ,are in-
I doubt rather seriously th lv- Ends Steve Meilliner The big SEC contenders are l tme Teen Age Leaguers dandteretd an do not have the
whether there is a man alive Kentucky and Tom Nicholof., Georgia Tech. Alabama, Auburn, brilliantly co-operative weath- regua r rblans, to ctle dhe
who has seen ever college in ,Southern California. tackles Mlls4lppi and Kentucky. er. land report o practice as de-
action in his whole lifetime. George Jacobv. Ohio State and In, the southwest, Rice, Texas An adod t a The lonpotentici alsivat
be be mos Alonzo Stagg or Stan Jones Maryland. guard. Tech and Texas were the favor- layers wre added to the eta- The officials believe there are
Pop Warner. Norm Manoolan Stanford and tes after weekend scouting that shed roster bngng the totalmare of teen ager that twho ey are un-
Somewhere they're gonna blow Merrll Mavraldes. Notre Dame;: covered seven of the South's of newcomers to the league toaware of the faqt tiht they are
one and who iz to sa3 that even center. Bob Orders. West VirI-l most important grid clashes. an exuberant sixtydided ligitoA e for play athe F.T.-
Sunflower or Turker" Trot Teern nia: backs.. Neil Worden. No.re, Tou r teams, alphabeere divided at6Ace.n of the ose u are un-
every once in a while doesn t Dame: Jackie Parker. Missisip- Tra ri S s our teams, alphabetically, foreertlnof there status ,newcom-
come up %%lth a au1rd or a tackle pi State- Alan Ameche. Wiscon- TgrabedA and D teed offi at eight thirtyor military; the following regni-
fit t oplav in an\bod\'< leaouc'esin and Zeke Bratilowski, Geor- with a rousing four inning oflations are given:.B39y who wl*n
As example. there are fellows gia Alnenea I 1a I Il A iA play guided by practiced coach-be thirteen years, age before
playing in the toueh pro league, You might call this a "Hear- MUA ille m III UUw v es and managers. NewcomerAAugustl, 1 954and b who will
from such schools as McMur-':. sav All-America," although to were tried out and pitchersnot be sixteen yei ofs age ba-
Youngstown. John Carroll la say that ever such team se- Tenns TOU 8MAA i warmed up in the off field and fore August 1, 13 fna whoat-
Crosse State Abilene Christlan elected fit the same category i VUrI I1 Teams.B and C took over at tentend the Pacifie dit . Rate
and Grambling What do you smacks of heresay. Under- for their session of scheduled schools are e ibleb n urged to
suppose the odds .P agaln.,r. stand, I'm not putting the TRABERT, Seixas (sports) ... play under the weather eye of turn out for te actilta of the
say, a euard from Gramblin knock on this annual game. I I SYDNEY, Nov. 18 1 uP)- Tony seasoned coaches and managers.League.
making the All-America team Ii. just think the wrong guys are ITrabert of Cincinnati and Vic A full quorum of managers The next praotio seaeton and
his own home town newsp:aper- getting the benefits. Seixas of Philadelphia, America's and coaches plus the entiretryout willbe held Nov. 21, Sat-
t ou aren't onan catch hopes to regain the Davis Cup slate of League officials w re onurday from eight to twelve
Old Fearless out of line. No After all the "All-Amercas" next month, advanced to the hand for active participaton In at the baseb dlua41tM d In An-
sir! Like my brother selectors. only have to spend a couple of semi-finals of the New South the mornings work. Official fcon for speiic work field-
ed a team and here onthr etin knocked down Wales Tennis Tournament yes- the league reiterate that regis-ers. Five catheras I W been de-
done picked a team an ere mo in somebody else terday but Billy Talbert, the tratlon for Interested players Iss lnated to t y ou and assist
Eitnd Don Dohone, .ich- down hich I have alwys non-playing captain, bowed oot still open. Application bnks can with rugged Iln-feld and outfield
EIn1d Don Dohoneyv, \MICnl c I do wnwi ch I.have alwayyIn. .... ....ri-ls
gan State. I found to be the most delght Ul in the quarter-finals. be secured at the office of T. F.practice for the prospective
Tackle Jim Smith Baylor. part of these alternatives The Hots. principal, Balboa igh ormembers ot tie under
Guard Craw ford MB mi. lads who deserve the credit are I rabert. the U.S singles cham- that of R. D. Michel, pr hoitofthe guidance of the ning
raword Mimepion had a tough time beating Balboa Junior High. T formasstaff. All interested homers
Misstisslppl 'the college publicity men. I Mervyn Rose of Australia, 6-4. may be completed and tinned inare to .report fiae fld re-
aCenter Larry Morrl, Geo:- Thus. the bg man In football 8-6, 3-6. 1-6, 6-4. but Seixas at the same officers or brought ardless of prerred positions,
gla Tech. this season Is Charll Callahan. breezed by Rex Hartwig, 6-2, 6-3, to the field In Ancon for the for individual. tryouts and for-
Guard J. D. Roberts, Okla- the Notre Dame tub thumpe.. 6-3. next tryout which will beheld mal bracketing.
homa. With a slight assist from Frank: ____----w---,--
Tackle Art Hunter, Notre Leahy andithe normal quota ofl Talbert bowed to Ken Rose-
Dame. .players. he placed two men on wall. 6-4, 6-3. 5-7., 6-2 while
End Carlton Massey. Texas. my '-All" team To Charlie goes Lewis Hoad gained the other t
low Australian. George Wor- SB
S _,1 I I I thington, 6-3, 6-3, 6-2. --
r i aW l r In Thursday's semi-final PALM SPRINGS, Calif., Nov. the winter at Lexington, Ken-
iUrtilS, B UIUlmeIIICw, T y r matches Selxas meets Rosewall 8 (UP) Golf pro Marty Fur- tucky. The group includes
Sand Trabert plays Hoad. /ol won the Tamarisk Open in handicaD winner "Cold Com-

led mand." d IL .
, toTou ~ n th*,l Pmlo NI
fln LONDON BIgPaDtb Oon- ro ricp t Le sael"
ed sales is.fop-seeded Ip.the Lon- all r quad 'th I"
Ito dn Pro Tenl. fnt e Wm Wii!o~a1ii ,
l gd e.Panehoby .
Sto. t ad Trg l-A
two 1 Lt
led CHICAGO, -Nt-T' ) r-
The Chieo WteBox today 6
a mounted atl roster df 3 ill t4. et a t-da
ser, inig two national counter it t ta
pw defense list teelot., 1
of teroster i p-
at I.lmading flve Jaei^K eAi ... the I
Iht lmarhman. Don Johnson, Al ZI lue u ttd
Ine lan, Tom Hurd Lad DICk Btra ye ere s W r d
ne Other newcomers were out.f et th el r.i
r fielders Bill Wilson aed U4 th at rm ont
n, -oOe- e all-ste .. -1'
a" NBW YORK. ostoAn tUn- The ted ari
r versity's Johnny KU a w* ph A
Sthe .C.4.A. crom-euntry chain.M

bLr bnd br yards in _efl
V, ll run. Winning time w
4111 id o oeI s.n"b0oleIMP ,.t
d o third, Ray Oaterhant of
Mause fourth Lamnt

DBb Littenter of Georg
won the three-mpl fr
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tDefending champion MlcMi|
Swon the tUeamtttl

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result Qtthe announcement tha
the COnl Zone Cricket Board o
Contln ha aceetted tOlie Us
of Jamaican criekttenrs o Mar
achedul d to pl, a jerh n of i
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In 2 Gaames
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, MlR,. Nov. 18 -
Sne Bowl officials
ar as State and
Btai have accepted
d play In the 8th an-
asown gme here
SState announced
ie, ArK tnasu iu...-
Sweald go to the
xz team accept-
nit$ but must get
em h from a
tfd "ofanot which
pdlay In Commerce,

d in 28 straight
TauAc closes its sea.
againstt Sul Rom;
r h taly favored to1
sebutie Texas cithe'
isecutive trip to the

Th AreanUsas gridders shutout
him1fMA 0o-0 after Mem-
is pet owerftul Missaisil-
ppi trn earlier in the ba-
eao. They lout to Stetson, 34-21.
In %be 182 Tangerine Bowl

Pc "TwI.-Loop

Me1 lT Tonlght

T ]pabl at 7:30 p.m. the first
or mea meng of the Pacific
Twi-Lght Baseball League will
at, the Knights of Co-
bI u Hall on Balboa Road.
t c
As7yu Canal Zonites know,
.the TI-Light Leage has exist-
ed tor years. It Is for the welfare
and recreation of all Canal Zone
eloyaes, creating competitlye
spirit and better atUtias. Let's
se. a lot otf u at this m.etin
jo that we can elect ome gocod
otUf rse for the co 1ing ear.
Through tleo grupeOtk., t e
hear tXFat the f ouok bawlte

KE PFULS I PUVlcPower left, is pl
jitrihttfeoi of te PIuert Rico
the Yankees next spring. Power t ro sined, by the World C
nation bate rs 19. Youn, Leja isa 65,000 boa

Garden's Beer Television Is

Bt Colleges OK It From Thei

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Whether baseball is oper aor ~lea Is a mn matter of
termpholog. A point can be la that strip tease is an art
ferme t vu r p ad wa n aet would be the lst to deny
lie paiawaa values. ebU is a sport out of which ast te
|eMt have made big d. .
r evr ea. the Suprta Courb decision to the contrary la
idey acclaimed and, in view of the unique factors involved, not
e leat of which sl the hold the Wame has on the pele, no
doubt It 14 suportable oq the b of common sn a e.
I know nothing of torts ancAh, but I would have to ques-
tion that a literal InterorettrBa of alllar Issues, applied to a
more conventional busiAesa et~ rrise. would receive the same
aympathetic understanding t .tho nine old men.
SAny time an investor, e e Col L. 8. MacGenlus, for ex-
ample. can show a clear profit oibetter than a mlliog dollars in
thRie years or so. as with th~ 'tanee It is patentl abbtd to
Uatbget b eba ll is not a IbiinM a
And yet to have ruled that baball contravened antitrust
laws because of lU leinm.an plpr contracts, territorial re-
atrlttions and TV-radI co tMl, wdul hate thrown the entire
operation Into chaw,
In b.esba'eatv ,as4t lo n IPg O4 of decency with no
Making 'Ut. r 8n'*.Uf-5 bU .
re,. PU I I-of..l peth S~I, ,
,rereattlaiSedI. A ler al pi abnt on efathe law

SOevi we th A a tte of l beMall lmuch ls vulnerable today
BS3 AWther han justice Wen *blim gave It his Coastttu-
" bre b R bti- Th. e have many coclons
bal sala i an ueh wae by-products of the
U M t Re raids, not frced od the owners, they were at
wt a rAioult at1 le *
ps ve on 'OUt OF EVERY EVIL .
oase. v One of the most important featrs of the reaffirmed blessing
Sconberns TV and radfo, favors at present In the Holmes study.
t ha been held that trnf~d as e of .ame accounts by these
... i _edi sh are not In violation it otate commerce and, more-
over, control rights belou to baeal people.
H '. 'This b beeq a dieuDted point. A repeated contention is
,that, witMai z. Mdl b blte s no. restraints should exist and
,ports spectacles 1uld be made available to the air as a public
service. Orsunt ytb babll faces a $12.1000000 suit by a Texas
operator bo charges t owners puth lm out of business.
The fellow "recreate" b g league games. Which Is to say
that Iby ng ound I ots he made It appear the play-by-play
Vas orz g.at th mue. this may have been the same fel-
Sthe Y A rJOckd bydeliberately distorting phases of cer-
Sit "Gnot evidence of "piracy," as it's
a n de, bunt r ot around to ualing it.
rt seems the f U11fhad strong Washington connections,
notably Tom Clatk; Attorney General, and, what with
the bi .o in" ,plw ore the upresme Court later, and TV
iand radto eertt o -asusr. the advip e was to lay off. Now.
with thee iand property riht clearly defined the
cwnern wl e iDl've with speed ad fore against unlaw-
ful Invyt o rights.
h siHw a 'pll I6 broteradeasktnx peonpe vehaantly support-
ed byt u aOle ai4 TV etei p hacn e the altrustlc
u.is wianghl lain Roapgl i S*adte$l -d demaspd'CF mieDlOT! is to put sports

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SA n do it easily
When he reach-

Rd G e the lin o
t ee nn a use It ase, the
ne man yell outa

hampions. led American Asso- motion of the ball which married
~rnewus baby. (NA) a er t the ed It was
plays are..I.dl-
h numbered

a touhbk. Een f Lattah
ad Gre own with the ball on
a %ennsylvania pan on Notre

es own one-yard line and thel
Danto the end one. his dn'tin that
the opoutfl r fore, ccnrmtute a safety?
,led Amr mo tion of the ball whLh carried
1 *bry. ( A) Lattner into the ew mo It wat
"m~" -- l tia touchback. ven It Latthgr
yhad cme down with the bll n as

NEW YORK N lov. 17 (NEA)-ne, ad th

Wana knbw why college basket-no h n
son@, Itwold li n been Notre
balam'sl games n Madsoe one point
i . I ofY ard a a It Lattuer

arden won't mad rdbet tevserd tkthrogh
pay te freight werethe end ncig, cad the w

pan and a brewer, t ed up. ha been two
po ts frr PenrrIInlv1
NEW YORK. Nov. 17 (NM)-- ,

Wand thenbw hy college wou sn' t-

when. They just said no. New
ballork University, BMadi lyn St.uare
J ohn's and Manhattan, sed tchoois
"The only sponsors illng to

which play regulht arly at the ar-

dsa, decided it wouldn't lookd
right for them to be plugging
beer, even a beer that ontaupns
and the collegeb wouln't say

hardly enough non fermented 1
su ar to cover the head of a pin.
York University, Brooklyn St.

John's a sacrifice. Then, soon-
hcor pays the Garden which ar-
ddn, decided it wouldn't look
right for them to be plugging
beer, even a beer that contains
hardly enough non-fermented
sugar to cover the head of a pin.
IThere's a sacrifice. The spon-
sor pays the Garden, whtch In
turn cuta the colleges In for a-
bout $400 a game.
Usually the-schools are hungry
for the television money. but
they don't want to admit to be-
ing thirsty.
Said James W. Armey, assist-
ant to the aihcellor atNTU:
"Basketball is a game that Is
of great Inteeat to bPI b-sc :Oo
kids. WI'rb appealing 6 n iaa
ways for kids to come to NYU for

or wa a a idea for t= ype
of audience.i . ,'"
SpokesasM for St. John's and
Manhattan .fe the same way.
But some schools have strong-
er atomache or maybe wetker
principles. The same combina-
tIt of lgp'Wrs will televise a
series of gmnasium games,
starting 12W, with Army at
Columia is on the list.
b ut ~ will e City College, of New
York's hbm game.
LOoks as I it's all right for
NYU to have one for the road.
It's the fIst time since the ex-
tl days of TV that col- -
Iee mE at the Garden won't J
be i Net Irish said he's I
in Vbr f but only when
he dan ;et somebody to pay for 1
It. The isn't buying. ta mi
Henry 1, Uesaen, president of
the biery, said he had no
hard feolsui against the TV-
totalOe. It W 't up to him to
Isay whb be r was good or
bad olfe boys.

He added, though. that he'd T*
read where Bosatra is now sell- Wha
ing beer On campus. He remem- i
bered that the Harvard Business too hU
School used to buy his beer and red
serve It o tadents. sb
1"There as never any breath P
of ap uarl*," Mr. Muessena aid. i- 0
IpU4 Ugl. he retrained from
wondwerl why colleges object- as ., .... appeI
ed to'-ledldln beer to the kid- J aes
idles, ~b t mind endorsing -'. wi fl
ttobaos. C 'L will
I tahe little man a great big 3.fifi.i Ma
ctgar. PHOSI
o6t1 A F osHE ei %tof
Batenn o L. L- (NEA I -
Lou Deutic aann. a freshman. P,-. il '| f0l
220-pound Lqulnlana State half- LAW. 1 U
back, ha a M-yard scoring rum- .....
ble iuder hs belt this year.
dt CalIft- (NEAl -For
ON foe in history, tickets P
to/| VJUnina-Stanford game, O I
Stan' ford Stadium,


C. Caroline broke Red Grange's '
30-year old six game ground-
galdg .record with 1353 yard'.
the Illnois halfback received a
congratulatory message from the
old Galloping Ghost. (NEA)

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Barbershop 'Geography, USA' Packs 3 Sentenced

Balboa Theater; Crows Steal Show To Gamboa .
It's fortunate that barbershop I1 P
quartets are not confined to the 'I
baribershop. If they were half of in C .u
last night's enthusiastic au-
dience which filled the Balboa
Theater would have missed a Buspension of a peniter' ry

tets,) was the warmth and spirit District Court.
wih whiormance of this group of m t erms were imposed yeste
Chapter of S. P. E. 5. 5. Q, S. A. day by Judpe Guthrle F.Crows Mon N- Amt- .l am, E n Br, wer

40 jovial men infect an audlen e. Pf. Eduardo Montafiez, a 21-
Their style, both In the Aroup year-old Puerto Rican, was sen-
numbers aad in the individual tenced to 18 months in the Gam-
quartets, was polished and pro- boa penitentiary upon his plea
fessional, and escaped the hum- of guilty of an infamous crime -
dru sameness of so so many again nature. He was a mem
similar melody-makers. ber of an antiaircraft battalion
Basing their program on the stationed at Gatun at the time
thmie of "Geography, U.S.A."... of the ,crime.
the country and the music al
nurnbrs were divided into three Montafiea at first pleaded not i
acts, east, west and south. Cred- guilty, but after a conference kANBAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 18 theu ht of demanding a ll-
Bherdan IJr.,whon~ had 8 brv e n~ p- the last of the danmt evidence e sad e idea beeas em
It for the smoothness and con- Sheridan, Jr., who had been ap (UP) A jury of 12 men hears 16 aollain in ransom but dig-
tinuity of the singers goes to a pointed as counsel, changed his the last of the damning evidence eas r he idea because
genial master of ceremonies plea to gully. today n the government case to mllon dears in small b.ill
Harry Englund, whose com- gusend krdnap-murderesr Carl Iw be too heavy for him to
ments and general chatter were After his apprehension, Mon- Austin Hall and Bonnie Brown ~ e.
highly amuhing. tafies had been committed for Heady to death in the gas chai- Eiestimony about the mlas-
Introducing the bmmunty hospital observation as- to his ber. $ 80000,-only about $300,-
slnging a popular fqpsure sanity. Before sentencing him, U.S. attorney Edward L00 othe ransom was ever. re-
a- t the end of each act Eng- Judge Crowe noted that lpospital Scheufler said he expected to cov~ed-had little to do wit
lud told the audience, "Now authorities had found the man call "two or three" minor wit- the Ovedrnment's bid to
It's your tam to get back at sane, but added: "It is hard for nesses when court resumes i hlo. the gas chamber, but
us." the court to understand how the trial to determine whether what happened to the money I
And they did by their bolster- such a crime would be commit- Hall and W]#. Heady shall pay the only unsaoled part ofth..
ous renditions of "Bring Back ted unless a man were slbnor- with their lves for the kidnap- ease.
THE FOUR CROWS crowed last night, and the audience howled. My Bonnie -To Me," "By the mal." In and slaying of six-year-aid "I -am certain that at the tim#
The oa y notes of discord in an otherwise harmonious program Sea," "Row, Row, Row," and Crowe followed the recom- Bobby Grednlease. Of my arrest, I had about $570,:
were Otis Myers. George Cassell. Tony Silvestre and John other old-time favorites. mention of Distrit Attorney Attorneys for the two defend- 000 n the two suitcases and a-
Winklosky. Particularly atractive were Rowland Ki. cReu d in impos- ants. who have confessed their bout $22,000 in my briefcase,"
the sets, designed and teid ig punishment on Montafles. crime anad pleaded guilty, indl- RaU'al,.-page confession saud
by Mrs. William L. ("aty") Vincent Archlbald Bingham, cated they would call only a few That meant he had spent $8,0600
rea Se n Tylor. These cl acterized 24, who had served time in witnesses. the trial to deold He said he did not see poll
neah locale and Egratl added Gamboa on two convictions of the penalty under the Lindbergh t.ae the money out of the e xi
to the effectiveness of te songs burglary, was sentenced to a kidnap Iw possibly could go to 'aive apartment hotel in St.
A Cnet Q uits Act I, which takes place in year at hard labor upon his plea the jury late today. igs where he was arrested Oct.
S ang S the bowery, featured the Jur g. of guilty to petit larueny after metie ln -the crowded 6.
lealres Jerry Hayter, Fred Hel- conviction ob a penitentiar, d 1o*-- -in 1eansas Cit' Rut poljas e led him away, le
ton, Bill Reilly and Mac Mae- ferme. eder bdiMing arched a new sad, he looked for an autome-
o Lean, who are considered the The specific crime to whicl pitch lae yesterday when Mrs. bile which tax'driver John Ha-
TAIPEH, Formosa. Nov. 18 longtime friend and adviser, cahmpon quartet. in the pop- the pleaded guilty was the theft Robert O Wenlse sat and ger was supposed to have rent-
(UP) Chiang Kai Shek's en- Claire Chennault. ular "Sidewalks of New York," of a e3-cent ir of Scissors from testified Wtbla i eet of the ed for him and left at the curb.
tire cabinet resigned today giv- Officials displayed great con- Another group, the Zone Tones, a automobile In which he was mn an be n who kidnap- ever did e an
ng rise to speculation of a ma- cern over the unprecedented brought a hearty response from found without bu es ed and murd d er son with arparked at the ide entrance
or break in Chiang's long e crisis, but no one commented listners with their "Down ao while the ehcle was parked on ld last eto with the d e
leadership of the Nationlt pending offci a l word from Tholty Thoid and Thod" which Bin 1th Street n Crstoa. eeedtt last Sept of the burnid with the dome
Cnsped govrmenst liron dr s ". Ught burning he said. "I no-
Chinese government. Chlang himself, they sang dressed up like New for burglary n 1947 had been Not once d e he thi
In h a completely unh riled York policemen at the turn ofg look dt bM te sp i the ca a e t a aom
F Chn re a t l ys T BAi G ss tno dend,: but the- m -cenoo.e .r 1 71aIF w=
mover. Chilng shier head ed o aas reoteed the r, kee prm ct hr ba c .atop r wwlo woim.- belld sf to bel aring
by premier Chen Chengquit. It a n But perhaps the show-steal- was revoked the foll wingers
was the first indication of poll- the e n st night were f probation. tl d he h id e t t b t heri i e
an last night wer probation. itlt.
tieal unrest in the National h ov- e .eiraucoucrowwhoad nat are th1 o1 e he oope he h So e abandone- t .bs t.
ernmpnt since Chiang was fore- sll 1a ahdlience roaring thanlan t run sd We7"eit t .Nuw atc ndaM
ed of the China mainland by the ah- d bth md ae a d aentena ne ofr an onth the aAa i o f s

o file xpanati -o w ras ORT n C..Noo v.e 1esm do .ina sym ul lr. Caufu u ;ar Raur .ina Ir', .
Commuis. e in "'" te r otherwise. plea of gily to ra ur4thy be* hshote Wd s td the oar
given for the rcalgnations. (UP T An Air Force aInvsti- prioner-stripe suit. and apart- a ed to start serving d t e aft- ya a r t. Ml a,
leaders who walked out included nestigatethe crash of sandy handle-bar mustaces er the court ws told e
The, Arnis tdGergd bx .cThe FoUk Crows, it ld In the violated the terms his o po- onaryht o f -n tn a .
Stopteln Minister George Yehot le- iaeth u Boxca r which slashed b T oprdn .- Sweet Adelrne."But etion.ofthen
and preMCarhysal general secreta- B through a mass ero o rty n Heuld b"" a r tist a 1 hi e to m ftoS-be-
Chioan accepted W angl-resipl- men and Injureng 1. gingery ol ff the a Ctruda o n .I ilt Ihn .f--e l atWe5tt s ea .
pat on be t official sources said All bt one of the plane' r, ests fa encor esn the lta a, of theft hrse .st fe tb e s 1 e
t OfGl r omter t or ene r as, dh est
he had it acted on the others. "stick of 40 patatroopers leap- -s displayed o H very loose ro and Ikel wo to .edoeele. h8l3

re bassedherom teliesson were r 0memberac showwllbe r ep eates wheneaw h eBwitf aenleii
One high-ranking source said ed to safety yesterday as the Of ae, , W heol ant gweowa s '- no llr e tolelibot"
the disagreement stemedPa bi Caft owhipped n a T .t hA n eo ~o N d olce at t. t U ALu .and a te e
ity from Chang's policy to- turn o aoid billowing par- ance. enh fte rr nurto o briein oldce olad t o artg ro I of the
wards the China Air Transport chutes which fIlled the sky and Althounh quartet seingln Is Zo a ynt o theu lncd d th odae ycomlt everslbn Kmd here tean went to
Co., an airline run by la n ged to ear. th nZoneadwgsnncdtSohrCmlee pn tende r he om vern biy6N whereothe wa ent to rO -
PI_- Chiang's usually confined to men Ist days In Jl confession and the dem ot 11(6 edi- Mrs
The pllbt. who heroically stay- night a dulcet-tonedr I Co W s, days In aiL onf hesitr ad tooshe dels oa dis e p edM'rnr aU',
ed with his plane to guide t pn invaded the scene Robert Tll arrest until rda and they who ha diver a
away from the Jump. three-crew was Jean B Heener Wlliasm arlett; who w re resuming an Imnvestigatien and tsak to drink, na#
SPrlessPubshewasme Jbers and one perHeffener, was caught stthe Treaurerinto the disarp eoaratce of s.h e Me._bar Slat M _.
Members and one Daratrooper sted as a "specialty" number. Office u the Panama Canal m one y. i M b
ridied as the FlingBoxcar plow- Mrs. Heffnez, an attractive ral. Company while trying to collect Hall harpd that the si h with her and 6 the
ed into a nine forest, exploded and obviously a professional on a receipt for $.04 onam *00,000 f ransom vanishe. lonWa e br hIs
As Trial Begins and burned. Ten soldiers were singer, charmed audeinces with which h hahodf te e 0 of
c.I OEmanployes down 1.y the huge plane as her selections: "Love Is Where of Humberto M. aftr e wu arrested In St. dhalt inystrlouis, S LMi
ItEemtbereY earthwards. You Find It," "Summertime." given a one-year sentence su- hinted that a a e -e ath
The Air Force ordered a board"Wunderbar" (from Kiss Me ended for three blonde might h-eomethlg to once, so t
BOSTON. Nov. 18 (UP) At of Inquiry from Lawton Air Kate) and Victor Herbert's Im- recommendation of the Dgltet do With it. ariapi eae qm at.d ave,
l east 15 persons were subpoena. Force Base. Calif.. here to in- mortal "KimL Me Again."B Attorney. Scarlett wast- As the confession aes ro b Gre le oeand
d to testify today at a sed- eligate the cause of the crash. The quartets which appeared d by Attorey T.ld father, ed
door hearing held by hsen- Jo- The bcard is expected to arrive at last night's benefit for the eight C. Greet behind at: about le d ,te mho.
seph R. McCarthy tR-Wis,) and today. Bella Vista Children's Home G eig ahfeeshnd Ba W h1=msh ol A
big l Permanent Investigstipt Thesuddentraged came as were the Oringo Groaners, Pan -The
tubcommit.tee h investor tal s23 Flying Boxcars began mas lCan Alley Four, Las Cruces NTtetd D V.zt ila
CupEdrtrbntion ofCommunist inflltra-% drop maneuvers o erarea a Bto toe
upetd Commusttr drop' maneuvers over a drop Trailer Zone Tones and Fe Fa his throat wr to e e _-td bet
tion of General Electric Cozone n a remote area of thi8 HFF o e ur. The group was direct- Juesr e bad to strlhie f .ote, Ofsfeeeas tou
plants. The press and pblic huge military base. The planes ad by Oorion H. Dalton. control hesfw t tb a r It Vg
were barred from the session were carrying 40 members Unch The show will be repeated whien he saw tsee l ont e
which began at 11 a. ni. in the of the famed 82nd Arbrone D- tonight, same place, same time h h .s
federal building here. vision and the XVIII Corps. 18:30) same price (5l1 a ticket For loitering near B-udi.ngt I he.
federal buidingshee.d viionandthe Cor.0DavidWHall confessed he's po
Among those knIown to hav' -III Anro, k-'old idapW farl
been summoned were Na thniel Drawing For Lew c.nse mates. 18yar- old Ponmu he d
MlI, 36. pnd Robert dwrn For t on one year'sr
38, both employee of OE's plian. 9" ornn Iurn the-EbB bb yctml ras ng ii wit last
at Lynn, rass. They ncatedr li .. trte's Court..behd oW
they wouirl invoke the'self-ln. Ainr Rif ll| Three PLaam Mnlan trespa 9 saziin d eobby &adt ou p .
crlninatia!. provision of the pub .O h d $a .. Beoid the read hi ih ome
Fitth Amendment wben called e ta diledantsar ? "_ a he -
to testify. i Frank A. Anderson, Jr., an mT Jack -Warford, Curundu; Harry Medmina e HernAnd, .9i" e aln tmo tra"-e nnapmng her a-n e. htf
ploys of the Locks Divizloi It'. Cody, Balboa; Major Robert Conej, 29 and oabsesin oon- "iii rev akin. , Iem eat
Two years ago, former .r Pedro Miguel was awarded the W. 5a)Uoa Quarry Heights; gl, 8. g Ha M ad he ho UL flmoint e iMr.. *
Iuercovei agent Herbert A, low number of 21 at the l, P. Hays, Curundu; Arman-
PhUbrick nrnmed Mills. s lathe drawing of automobie Im d o J: Gayso, Curundu; Ruthn .
operator, ts head of the Mas- numbers held thls mortnng IS 3- Elders, Cristobal: Joseph P. -
sachusetts Youth Council and a tli Civil Affairs Building. athonne, Clatun: MaJor John "' '
mcnier of the Young Commun- At "he drawing, during hht 5iI. Viii Erpps, Albrook Field:; ".,'1[.
"let League. Later. he said, Mills license plate number from 31 to _! Mitchell, Crlsrobal. .
democracy Organization. naaae was the first to be lglled Ehts;dWard J. Cullen, Bal- Sir d '.
* "Despite the threats to Our nut of the basket by S, Roe bw; '3apcr L. Myers, Balboa .,1
s and Uivihoods. we shall not lJr.. president of the PatcifIc endJean A. Karch, Ancon.
cooperate n gutting the consti- Ciwic Cougzcil who super-vised
tution of the United States asithe drawing. Grady 5. E"rd" -;, ..'s.oba",
tdCarthy is doing in his effort The other, first four lo oroth bD. Dourlas, Cristobel; NWTOI l .. .
to terrorize his political op- bcrs were assigned to CaLptain Waillm B. B 'nner, Curundu' Nqv. lU WI)u i
pode ," Mlls decirred. John B. Hall of Fort jltopa.lz .R. Macittle, 'Balboa: bar, tlu he a
.Kobs and Fred L. Werts, ea- S Johflston Ancon: i In ne -u ie
r Passen-er F plye of 'he Railroad Dvliaoi F ~IodR. U Bwlboal: Balboa: ht l
sos g the Reroad and aTermet i mrito Torres, Fort Da- .he .n.
Santolee V. Cass .-,

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Fre mh look b Strindaicr; Cocol; Captain W1
hemb tassy ack tod~ to ~Hrold W. Mayer. Quary gkf
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~' is man, Je ta Peron- Baiboa ReIghts; Col. C. .
the pIer.au hour Stenfleld, 'ort Amador; 0
h"Ll.h l p left D. Lavalee. Curundu. Spen w 4,
route to saee ahd Lincoln, Balboa; Sgt. Fra4d"W"
us. L overslept." 1cnanez, Fort Clayton; Howird
he was sched- Buchler. Baboa: T/IBgt. "0 spls*
W-ruracaovwhere he t Meservey, Albrook. -In aone
the Caledoniep Robert F.Mahel, Ancon; Ma1 -
1 adhere Monday rian J. Goodin, Gamboa; ast. am
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