The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01785
 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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01785
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John 0. Collins F

S suspension ByCZ
Noti that whahappens to the .ome of this appel) Ing. As
him npe n the case Mat- r obnoxious terms used membe
te ttl bu that certain dee- In by him in the office of theF
laratsfdu for the future guid- of t ade on the afternoon They a
dance of the Canal Zone Distri.t of 5, 1953. tice. N
Oourt;Are f utmost mportance" Co lso quotes the laws on lawyers
Attorney John O. Coluns Mhs and on suspension or under i
filed a brief In appeal of his dt, charging that if tempt
usmpen*lon from practice before pun was in order it caoe to
that tribunal. should have been administered against
The Iterafh Isthmian lawyer, under-the contempt statute, that 10
noW14, who since his retirement The attorney states: were in
as cief counsel ,for The Pana- "What happens to Collins in disbarn
nia RaIlroad has resided at Va- this case is of little importan.,e. years in
camopte, near Arraijan in the He will live contentedly during simply
Republic of Panama, was bar- his exile from the Canal Zone action.
red fom practice for a pertiol courts, o n his farm, with charm- Collir
if two vers by order of Judge ing comt anionsnip, good food, a graphic
Gathrie F. Crowe on April 1, soft bed with a protecting root, at the
1953. good runt to drink, excellent t3- the rece
The fudgment grew out of a bacco to smoke and at his et- late cou
haige alleging that Collins bad bow .the' world's best literature deals on
wed threatening and abusi te from Gepesis and Plato to 'Erle conduct
and Insulting language toward Stanley Gardner and Elle-y be evidi
he Judge, both in open court Queen. BUt for the future gul4- to it th
mnd the Judge's chambers. ance of the Canal Zone district ord." He
Appearing in his own behalf court, it is of the utmost im- "The
a his. appeal to the United pottand, that this Court of An- arrest.
states Circuit Court of Appeals peals declare: driving
or the 5th Circuit, sitting in ~1. That action for disbarment geant r
lew Orleans, the appellant or suspension under section 62 Force (
states title 4 of Canal Zone Code mu&t the Can
"CillIa bqgs pardon. from be confined to cases in which Mrs. C
Judge ad1we (regardless of moral delinquency is alleged. herty, a
"2. That pdiashment for dis- ma Can
order an open court, or so ne ar Dpughe
Sto it as to be a menace to pub- trate's ,e
kE p t uc uctl, bAst 'be punlDhed wtbdrt
Sunder the Wowvlaon for Ion- orderly

son ^hn. who; daqd'wia t lth 'He added that "you haven't
o- o a tO A e t pr graM, at heard thblast of the White case"
Tri noaM t fact. He;,aid and that It wlU'be followed by
l 1 on the ar nesimalar inve gilons.
portent onal invas Atty. Gen. H ert Brownell Jr,
to 1 sev ." prepared to make public soon
ot f ti. John,t. iBtler (R-Md.) te specific dates on which the
on- I today thinks Preaident T r u m a n administration was
ter hls power approves of the way warned of the activities of mem-
Af the senate in mnal securitf-aub- bars of the "White spy ring.'1
laA colnlittee is handling the Ha. -
Bdo- VeXteWhite "spy" tevesti Subcommittee Chairman W1i-
.. I ." liam E. Jenner (R-Ind) asked
Sm4ber of s thei Brownel" last week for informa-
also said tion onwhen FBI and Justice
.ngqvenmnent will Ia Department files were sent to
t"asue-in the16- the White House on Harold
"'s hope It will' Adler and Victor Perlo.

|Cancda lSkies US Bid

" uiz r Gouzenko
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OTTAWA,'!int., .o (M ) A letter introduced In heas-I
C.' .,a4imn .f tj ings before the Jenner subcom-I
al w-ed a Uni t ilt teab re- ;mittee on internal security by
'" I I ? u Atty. Gen. Hbrbert Brownell said
eght a source "hih .In the Canadian

er no clrcum-
i a* h judg-

ri c tIncident oweMa..
jl E Cibwe laid the mater
Ie~t athe & Canal Zone Bar As-
eoclstlon Which later rApond-
ed ith a letter recommend-
ing'fspeulon or disatearuet.
ColBns charges:
"Tls letter of the Canal Zo.
Bar Association Is also mislead

Girl Evacuated
From Tabog aBy
Rescue Crash Boat

Crash M boat left Pier 17
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vWzn, aqflc: ; ourpeon uguara
AW Rng 1s;ftal amn
bulance brought the girl first to
Gorgas and later she was trans.
ferred to Santo ToImAs.
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gernmbent' had -warned rBI 10fI1T
Director J. Edgar.Hoover anst
Mm e a noitment opt White the LA kRItra W France. Nov.
tonal Monetary uhd. 23 () Themayor of nearby
M|r qh rquesated today (hat
Pearson also denied a claim the owner of an object turned
by Gousenko that information in at the municipal lost 'and
b. e had given Canadian author- found bureau claim It Imme-
s hadeen .nored. diately. It was all grown bull.
m.,, , i 1. .

Judith Cl
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rvber. Austrian
a.min.,ln*.a Teak nl<1

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of which
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this she


i hts

a matter of fact only tin
rs, All of them employee!
Panama Canal; approved.
re~not in general prac,
ine others (all practicing
) recommended discipline
the code, that il for cdn-
o( curt. Nowhere'in tail
he judge has made 9-
Colins does It appear
0 ternment employes
fi aor of suspension or
nen, and that nine law-
gieral practice were
M favor of disciplinary
ns notes that no sten.)-
milutes were being kept
tiUi of the incident Eo
orfnow before the appel-
irt Is deficient ib that it
nly with the alleged mis-
of Collins, "yet it must
ent that there was more
lad appears on the ree-w
e continues:
incident arose out of the
on a charge of ,drunken
on the affidavit of 1Ser-
Frank Szivos ot the Air
formerly a monhber of
ial Zone Police) against
hevillette Reeder Doug-
n employee of tBe Pana-
al Company. WBn rs*.
rty appeared in Mags-
Court, the charge was
!n, and a .rarge ofatA-
kondect was substituted
Air Force mai on
co ted ijgt-
M~L aim

*ps wts

rtue arrest T me .run'eni
driVin charge
"At the trial of Dougherty vs.
S4 os, and. at the end of the
psttiff'n case, motion for di-
rested verdict *Wa made an'd
wks overruled, the: Judge thus
admitting that the pwIIatiff had
made a prima tle case. The
defense then offered the evi-
dence of a captain bf the Canal
Zone Police that flavos nazi
consulted him, and that he h?.d
advised Szivos that he was jus-
tified in swearing'out the affi-
davit for a warrant of arrest in
the drunken driving case.
On the curious evidence, the
Judge then dismissed the jury,
*dismissed the case, and retired
from thq courtroom to his of-
fice. Lawyer Collins was utterly
astounded by this action on tan
part of the Judge, but took bis
(Continued on Page 6 CoL 8)

COnIndl OppesS

Women's Shit

Fram BaMo Coumy

An appeal to the Commissary
Division not to go through with
a reported plan to transfer all
women's wear. to the Ancon
Commissary, was made by the
Pacific Civic Council, it was
learned today.
The propoaaa to sell all men's
wear at Balboa, and women's
wear at Ancon, is still in the for-
mulative change, and has not
vet beendecided upon definitely.
However, a council member
said today that if this change
goes through it would be a "de-
cided Inconvenience and bother"
for Zone residents, many of
whom do not own cars.
A report submitted to council
members at a meeting held re-
cently in t h e Administration
Building showed that a poll of a
few communities indicated peo-
ple are "very much against" the
The Pacific Civic Council sub-
mitted their appeal to the Com-
missary Division. and are await-
ing further wrod.

Panama Drinks -
Lots Of Beer, |
Little Rum, Gin
Figures released by the De-
Varttent *l Statteta recently ,
fndleate that JmB Htays
of beer were e aunsed last'
year lr tmh Reblic f fta a-
PaOdaetlo fws r f see.
(white rum) t the same
earle were M UN Mts gi
3,U4 lters. I
With the exeeiutln of Pan- I
am", whleb is the onet wro-
hie thaUt erodaew beer. Chiri- c
i has the highest total for
theb rMeletMe of alohelak
b"verM M


Adm. Miles

Taking Over

15th ND

Rear Admiral- Milton IdwArd
Miles,- USN, of the office of thee
Chief of Naval Operatins. 'has
been ordered to assume on,
mand of the Fifteenth Naval
District, relieving Pear Admiral
Albert M. Bledsoe, USN, who
has been ordered to new duty as
the Coiaadant of the Th.r-
teenth NaWmbkt at Seattoe,

Bledsoe lduled to depart
the Caial about Dec. 13
and wi re to Seattle before
Jan. 25. -
Thbse orders .bring to a close
a three-year topr of duty at
Commandant of the 15th Naal
District for Bledsoe who too(
over the command Decemb'pr
1950, when he reported to the
Zone from duty as commander
of the Naval base, Guantanamo
Bay. Cuba.



Will Kiss Anne,

Charlie Goodbye

For Six Months

LONDON, Nov. 23 (UP) Queen Elizabeth II gave
her children a mother's last-minute advice today as
Suckingham Palace bustled with final preparations for
her departure tonight on the longest tour ever made by
,a ruling sovereign in history.
For six months, the beautiful 27-year-old Queen and
her husband, the handsome Duke of Edinburgh, will in.
spectthe far-flung British Empire on which the sun never
They will cover more than 50,000 miles on the Royal
tour, open six parliaments, and attend 50 state balls,
dinners and other functions.

Elizabetf and her husband
have spent all of their spare time
with their children Princess
Anne, 3, and Prince Charles, the
sturdy five-year-old Who will
some day be Britals king the
past feW days.
Tonight the Queen *ill have
supper with the children at 7
After kissing Anne a l
goodbye, ,the Queen a .i P

Elizabethi, oae f
would danger
children, deleted ohera
the last day befoshe leaves
a six-monthL trip around f
Prince Charles, is just starting
to school with a new overness
as his mother and father leave.
When they return, he will know
his first words of French and
be on the road to formal edu-
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Mrs. Bledsoe and their ten- UIODIO neignrs
year-old, daughter, Susan, wil I
accompany the admiral on nisB ay Reported itn
departure. Good
Miles, a native of Jerome, Art- Good Condition
zone, enliste tI the Navy on
April 11, 19 ,'afid was appoint- The Diablo Heights baby boy
ed to the Naval Academy on who fell seven feet from the
June 30, 191. stairs of his home last week was
Ordered in the early period (f considered to be in "good" con-
World WarII Ato duty as Cornm- dition today, although he was
mander, U.,. Naval Group, Chl- still on the seriously list.
Ina, he served from May 4, 1942 The child, Bruce Robinson. 2V1
,,H Ai> iu a. first in the vear iod. in the son of William

unw* 'Agm_, A1.,w -1
rank of commxdore, later
temporary rI admiral.


At St Luke

The Very Rev. Raymo
Ferris -anounced his res
tion ap, i. the Qath
- nt. on, yest
Wt ifgnation
take efe ct r.e first Sunda
e ba x e to accept
re.tordhi3- % hrist Ch
BR v le .je leaves
Isthimu~, t ohe will corn
ten easa of ,: ce at the
thdral. Duri that tim
red as of the
Vista Chlr ome here
Uas al t nt edit
the "' the of
publicatii e Missi
district o ttf anama C
Zone. '. ,
loor the l1t years he
been cha-rmeg the Dep
ment of ".. i n Educe
&an has bef yacterize
Srest deal ral court

orn at P
mk, N. Y 14. 1913
- eceted h edation there
oc school, earnedd B.A
ro Geneva
W D. degre
the gical Sc
X ned to
I1UaUaG4ao thood by
t v. avid L.
la, D. D. Who was at that
ahep of Rtieater.
MW1 served ttw years as Re
f t. Johad Church Mt.
r. NY., an tben made in
4M40.a- t A. with the
edeapar blM a4 the Ep

When the Queen, then Prin-
cess Elizabeth, returned from a
Canadian tour two ears ago,
newsreel cameras caught a brief
scene of Charles pulin away
from her at the railway sttel.
A little later she took

ml W tin net to Iumie a

Tapo e t t
ents' voices were expected to
sent to London every few day
The children will see pictures
of the tour and watch it on tele-
The trip by air and sea will
stretch 58,000 miles to Jamai-
ca, Panama, Fiji, Tonga, New
Zealand, Australia, the Cocos Is-
lands, Ceylon, Aden, Uganda
and Gibraltar.
Tighest security conditions will
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 6)


Negroes Say:


as a Robinson, a Commissary em-
HAMILTON, Bermuda, Nov. 23
(UP) Charges of "discrimina-
To End Ser i e tion" against the Negro popua-
T0 End erVr e tion of this island cOlony marred
preparations today for the visit
of Queen Elizabeth II tomorrow.
S* T Colored residents of the honey-
s G oring To US moon island felt slighted because
Si no member of their race was in-
- vited to the formal state dinner
nd .. .. tomorrow night for the Queen
nd T. and the Duke of Edinburgh who
iedral- will start their Royal tour here.
edral Colored persons make up about
erda will 60 per cent of the colony's pop-
a will ulation.
ay in IThe controversy was heighten-
ed when it was decided original-
it the iy that dignitaries to be present-
rch. ed to the Queen during her one-
Sthe day visit would not shake hands
ethe with her. The decision was re-
Cplete scinded after protests that this
SCa- was discrimination against col-
e he ored officials.
Bella Lt. Gen. Alexander Hood dent-
e. He ed at a press conference this
or of morning that any discrimination
ficlal was intended in arrangements
nary for the visit of the Royal couple
anal i which he said "will be the big-
a gest day in Bermuda's history."
ehas The Royal governor of the col-
phas ony said the 30 invitations to
part- tomorrow night's state dinner
action -were issued strictly according to
d by '. .the list of precedence.
nsel- He said the number of invita-
e tons would have to be doubled
et j .~ to reach far enough down on the
ee- list to include a colored official,
and pal Church He came to Panama a member of the Legislative
re in as general missionary in April council legislator tested
Nde- i4 and erved poin hat capacity in theHouse of Assembly against
N.Y. until he wa appointed Dean of the exclusion of his race from
'e at the Cathedral. the dinner when the invited it
hool, The Dean will take charge of a first announced.
s. in Chrlst Church, Nash"vise, at the "It appeared to be an insult
the begin mtng of Lent 1i Daring to Her Majesty and she might
y his the Interim between the d*eparrwell receive the tapression that
Fer- ture of the present rectort and ithe people in Bermuds thought
time the arrival of Dean Ferris, the her to be discrimlatory." the
Rev. Robert W. Turner In will legislate said.
sector be in charge of the parish. He said when the Queen vlslt
lMor. Until June of this year Fath-i the island of Jpmaica on her
Iqul- er Turner was Archdeacon of next stop she will sit at a dint
over- western Panama with his head- ner whic'i will include more l 4e
Isco- quarters la AlAirA .t ored persons than white

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n MoTH. m IN AVANCI .TO s a o
001t 1IX MONTHS. IN ADVANCg a o So 00
w o. ONA v .AW. Bv .. .VAC a on0 By VICTOR R.IJNBL
ing demands for Oe keubtioaB of
Attorney General He9be liowneill
7 1k * &A A ft t .KBa "because of m Illuoand
HV A ILhA amid an almostret vimt fervor
T H M A I \in support of HarS ai -the
__ __ CIO has unleashed the most slash.
inn attackyet made A1sanwer.
The Mail lox if an open frum fri redeun f The PFemem Amer fu organizatonoaem v'Slr.
ies. Lette rsmre revived gratifuy and are handled In a whely all- ment's counter-esploaage 1lr m:
denial member. Embittered by criticism of the
It y o atri te s letter don't be Impatlent I it dees't appear the man who was labor's m t power'
*at day. Letere ee published in the order seoed. aiul White House ally, te CIO
Pleasm try to keep the laten Imited to ene page length bluntly charges at eaual eon.
Ideality of letter writrn is hold in strictestl setHdeai. vention:
This newspepr essumi. no responsibility t isatemeaft *opinleas 'To date, no single lntan e o
Spriessed Inlat from reeaen. espionage, or of Ier Mr use of
o documents, has eve been dis-
closed by these loyalty and seeuri.
ir JThe 'lime of tomMtidf ft 15
"Faster!, Faster!" said the Red Queen, "We'l never get to agents continues1I1-ltn
the Personnel Bureau if you dawdle like this." the CIO leaders "
"But why do we have to run so fast?" asked Alice, quite out its criticism ofthe I ay
of breath. pr im.
"Why." replied the Red Queen, "in this locality it takes all at en, expanding rmy tis'h t
.the running you can do to keep in the same place. If you want aee for a SI
to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that workers in such iu' asGe'eral
but here we are." Electric's atomic abel the CIO
"What do they keep in those stalls?" asked Alice. "Are they c charges, "Theo abs
tows?'"*rosrram erl
"owhy, no."lg security r qks ogt of defen
"Why, no." answered the Red Queen, "although they do look plants has likewise detterated.
contented, don't they? They're the efficiency experts and posi- "Full authority to bar loyal
: tion analysts, who sit in judgment or all the rest; you see, they workers from defense plants has
are very wise and know many things hidden to the rank and file." been given "to inultary offers
**Such as what?" queried Alice. around the U. S. withoa even the
"Well." said the Red Queen, **they know that relevancy (va- right of appeal to a ciAvl board
lidity of the criterion, is the hypothetical correlation coefficient in Washingto. :Secret rmers
between the criterion used and the ultimate criterion." have been given ful sy and the
"Do they believe this?" asked Alice wonderingly. historic rights .f Alean Work-
"Indeed they do!" said the Red Queen. "Why, they invented era have been pla e fjsoauy."'
M lI" Thi is followed by a and
"But to believe such nonsense Is impossible." stated Alice. that the milWarys Mtt over
"Why, of course." answered the Red Queen, "they know that, this counter" .lpo e b removed
Only, you see. they're trained to believe In as many as six impos- from the.d and
rf!ble things before breakfast." turned over to ,
S"What are they doing over In that corner?" asked Alice. There is also a- the
"Holding a conference." said the Red Queen. "Security pror n defense
S "How do they do that?" wondered Alice. plants be modified ead that the
s "They explore certain areas and advise one another," rx-1 use of secret witness Ibe Mdacon.
eponded the Red Queen. "They compute discrimination indlee4 tinued."
AIaandj tr rating fohns and in general build up retusttce to It seems obvious .that tthe 010
leniency effect; and when there is time enough, they make a is moving into posta to head 40
studyy of theO khnd of data provided by Ecco Analysis.", the announced Repaian attack
"Theym sd I eo's -s" stated Alice,' "It's all so very onfued.0 on the Democrats on the Comieu.
Don tey hiv any rules in conference holding?" ust infiltration issue. Th seems
"Cetainy OQtI" replied the Red Queen. "They start talking to be-a rey not only toChrownel
when they 11k* and leave off when they like." but to GOP National Chajrman,
"I see the conference is now broken up," remarked Alice. Len Hall.
.06Whatrdecs lf-did they make?" The reasoning goes somewhat b
"The date of the next conference," responded the Red Queen. like this..s most effective
Carol Lewl IlThe Republican's most efective
-_ -'Carol Loh campaign material has come from i
the investigations of Senator Me-
.b tn shd House U mr ca 4
The following 1iarazraps in the Washington Post headed Coitte no.e d. Rep
" Normalcy in Wahingtoh.' might well be appl1ed,to the Oanal se.~ ave vble.e took w ernot s i
* Zoae ander the new Panama Canal Company. The Poet says: yteaS aepubtli? tooorm ver mds
"This sign. on the desk of a Federal employee here, will agake Y thevs lies am u. ao ra j a
you think and ponder more than once. -, over the st Ua
. .. -, T.alk you, thi
S, ~" FF. C. EmCpl. e !py
i I N t, now aM0 the 'm letl

Readers of the come tax payers, rent an
layers. member of tread of the United States President r. Futt
SCivil Service, i t- ats o Interest to them in the Decemi- more, until the Brownoe eha ,
* ber se0e of Thel' ieatle Digt. Harry Truman w expected to be
A Incidentally It alse cotai, a letter to the Editor signed the most effectivee Detgeematl e
S"JK.IB," that sound vary mue -like the popular former editor campaigner nt year. "
and column t Of The Pan ma American, and prominent member Laboa political strategists -1h a
of The "J" Street Countoy Club. hopes of using him to smash the
Old Timer slight Republihin majority in .
gress. Now all this may be ne-
SNOT N i ii7, ARE YOU? tralized by the Governmenrts o-
Curandu, C.Z. cial blasts at Mr. Truman.
4: s)r: So the CIO position now rune -
*. T'ley should move the people out of Curundu, and let the along these lines:
dogs and m6torcycles take is over." They sure are doing a gooa "liua anarWession and its tool
lob of4t right now. -the world wide Comrmuist
Sleepy movement continue to present
this nation with the difficult plob.'
lem of reconciling the demands of
LET'S 9 EkCSE JUDGMENT Natioul Sevurty with respect for
Balboa, C.Z. the Civil Liberties of individuals.
Mr: e,- g
Oh, now, look. Josil Let's be reasonable about this thing. '..Ae Comar unist movement In
Miss Smith's letter begging the clubhouses and commissaries is country pose no threat to sub' o
tuse a little discretion in playing Christmas carols too early, too te ..- GMbvernment. It serves m
constantly and- too loud made a great many people very happy. rathr as a recruiting ground for "
True. moat people love them but did you ever hear the old swes,s.,, perhaps, saboteurs.
aayng about "too muc 1a eough of any good thing?" This W A .at to be met -by w
Apparently you only lstene to them when you had occaglon lace sdl and rigorouss en.
io trun in and .out of *the oihkn,,n m i B. n.imt i rcuamentof the criminal lawas

LO orI a1 1Ur n vuo v& xIw mI asuu ur commusary utb WhaL
about athe many folks who lv (or work within hearing radius, and
er w compelled to hear them, through an extremely efficient loud
speaker. day and night, day after day and week after week?
Can't you understand how maddeningg a thing like that can be?
It's enough to turn one against anything, no matter how dearly
beloved it has.formerly been. for.life!
It Is to be honed that whoever was responfitle will use a llt-
Mtie more conside ation, and plain common sense, this year. Let's
wait until a week before Christmas to start the music and let's
not Just turn it on and let It run wild. If it's absolutely neces-
sary to use the loud sneaker how about an hour off and an
.hour on, so to sneak. and have a little rest in between? To.my
mind. soft backgrouti musle is a pleaure, but turning It into 4
merry-go-round cai1Ipe sl no additieu to real Christmas spirit -
lust pure torture
No. Noe Not AgailI

t 0 6--evt-y Hutten, dyamli soA-
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ble an informal sweet of mine. bows, te veheDm
Wonderful dame by name of I have a .tAmeadous. dialike for
ea Rebb, whom I. marry what TimR Mag. calls -uewshens, '
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en oe. She his all the cud-
me aspects of an adder. when,
''fled, nt- she- riles easy.
twee smile does not nece
make MissIs obb a
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a WW: 0 "0 .lIie itMrs. Runt but sbe ila *In army brass (1 i w.Oy of ta
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a ha of meta d-ee wood or aaw* stm,, t. b s. ABri e
c a.,-o1 an wag beies. WASIIOTOK, Noy. 23 (aP) (r)ncet. Columbia, D
to r barfedust andiller wasn't -fa- a standard Oil Co. o n few I0
*wd that his isfather, War- Jersey today called for redmetar Semen., Johns
JI UIae nmad Darag, 1r., had to -j full* to the rtateSL oztut posbleOm itMs, Teple, and t
am, match 8and mgj an Hartvule chisesaecur. dir national seandty limits the sOf W ulae a
hidesr barn. Trade w se bdt IM strictioer on foreign trade and 4 sees to

i, small aetory. to me nation." wsoYk'a e' firm d
blat a tire while throwing He gets the shade u frp un WM sent to Preasdent En- utry lrtelpatlon ol a :,
-a- tw.n a wJc a. W- t yatt muat ue t owerIns Commlontmu, IMt aign of daveiopiauent and said t
18411 Mr. Lt Mae Jck smare l hvfcitr Caonomic Policy. Chairman Vt abroad coqtilM
tF^r' marhn, Cwnce tanda'had o L iing foreg ed liinS
o M srow after row thoMe pow, culture, labor and the public for ipre~g of ommung.a ',
t I~sment toave d pit fnddfar Thle Unted Matoa t. she to ethattte natMien.hrtseBrSo v
w SS oSSicSe So l 'ESe into burlap bags. prAnce goods aitle far e e desMe n .
ebI iohe saw her hua hl.-e. ndmerely watched her and tseement said. It either mat that domartic
S. a f a* t t an r De r lIghed, she aid. give them aaly or sell threm thl year Will set a new '
bJ^7 ilk 7r broad, It said, and the city nay It aio took sune wlthi
A m-wlasonl'" According to usa Aataement, a to sell them abroad is to ibe able that o pmo wer t
Sfac'a& tlew the r ulne on member of the ailly reached to import o tign-made Soods cause of t.a deer s" ,
now k rematch etdofh the acene to D8t a 5 $k CtirSe Randarll) laid Itk ere -vo. put. g
5 trftoe gasoline, Teh said. waiting on a cor inyg rand rlaborainthpuiora prde tofrom J.
She told Mary he ran outidd holding he wife q, mlap. Te s nt internatlnal trade o to
I In aogef y Ber hus- relative sum oK authorities. The company a id Uih. oil a
J pdueton will continue upward coal teatirtt setdi.
S.. or many year, but domeate cipally by inream e
ltc o Ania.mptio will rise etmsiodte teralgam "nd oyi3
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VeJg '! T !rSlay us's ir 'oys
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iones Who Saved
w o I. _d At Colon Store
r r rom Alack The united ate..Informa
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ACQt. Italy Nov. 23 (UPt 1, F 1 rra: .-ent.oe picturess
A wild animal trainer said to- -"1'" ~1?' ,' r-:''.en and Mrs.
;ay a lioness who saved hi -I Reinon's visit to the Stptes In the
'frm an attack by ti -er dur- 'dOWw innuows of Motta's.
Jing a performance lst Thurs-
cday had been -illed i reVrbdge. Along with these' pictures
by 'the tiger. th 'T also is the n-'113zilne
Trainer Leonida Casartklli' printed o. the UBIS in rr"' -
1lipped and feAh during a pe:- iimenmoyitlon of Panamal' 50th
ormance of the Aurora Circus anniversary. TIfe magazine tcll
iere. Ater he .fell one of th-:fi Aicture jtory of Panama in
igers, named "Reger," leaped ,.t its first 50 years.
* Sultana. a lioness. who has Scr'-ral club; sibhools and or-
Ierformed with Casartelli i'j anizatlons have already' re-
everl years threw heV weight ceie'd copies of this nmaa2'ne;
against Reqer diverting his leap. Tn'i rmatlon on the distributln
Fhe then stnod guard over the of the magazine may be obtai-.
rainer iantil he could scramble ed from Andrew P. UrL at the
o safety. S. Consulate in Colon.
SYesterday, Refer too advad-
tage of the -onfusion'as the crlf- he died In .CasartelHl'q arms iht
,cus prepared to move and at- the center ring of the big tent.
tacked svltana. catching, her'bft It took the oropHletor of the
:g-rd. Before Casartelli could circus several hours of convin- I
1', rvene; the tiger ripped open o .Ittalk-4o%- vr .nt Caartel!i
t"'tana's throat and stomach. from killing the tiger.
1o u-- b A Answer to Previous Pumle

S two capitals ot55Pfo t s ed
Saudi-Arabia balls
S 11 Papal cape. DOWN
1 "Cave 1Engine sS
13 Looks fixedly 2 Exp nes
14 Lamprey 3 Solicitude
S .catchers 4 Unsoiled 15 Suffix 34 Cruel
Bible 5 Roman bronme21 Stage plays 37 Mean
17 Laughingl Scottisih 21 Vegetable 38 Rents
18 Mineral rocik lyard 24 Augments 39 Suns
i* North 7 Lethargic 26 Farm building41 Wave top
Dakota (ab.) Husband of 27 PreposItion 48 Scum
2 21 Court (b.) Gudrun 29 Pronoun 46 Famous
I31 Joutb 9 Fears 30 Three-toed English school
i 3TSnii 10 Rupture -sloth 48 Silkworm
Mountain lExclamatien 31Brazilian steti508ieu. (Ob.)
125 Roysal ottis to scare towls 33 Idolized $1SFlatish
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indes difications The quada were bonidWedns VancO., so that leotC arrange
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with the ci rraelest -as OCrd-
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Household Automohles
GIVE THOROUGIRED German Shep- MUFFLERS for 1941-48 Chevrolet;
erd ipolicei puppies for Christmas. 1937-52 Buick; 1938-48 Dodge.
Telephone Balboa 1389. House Plymouth, De Soto and Chrysler;
150 Prospect street. Balboa Hgts 1942-48 Ford and Mercury and
1939-50 Oldsmobile. Priced from
FOR SALE:-Tappan gas range. 4 $5 57 to $9.28. FIRESTONE -
burner, oven. broiler. Purchased Jose Fco. de la Ossa Ave. No. 39
new. March 1952. Tel. 3-4397. iAutomobile Row).
FOR SALE:-Double mahogany bed. We are unpacking several large ship-
w. ith Simmcns Beauty Rest mat- nents of replacement potts for all
ress end Si-nmons coil spring. Tel- makes of ouenmobiles. Get yours A
Sepohone 2-3583 1426-C, Carr while they lost, Tropical Motors.
St. 'FOR SALE:-1941 Plymouth sedon:
FOR SALE:--M'sc. household .terns rodz,, good tires, motor, body solid.
China glassware, pictures, etc. Baby !Call Balboa 2441 between 7 & 4
crib etc. Pesian rugs. House 1543 Monday-Friday. Can I at 0777-
A, Mango St Balboa D. Williamson Place, Ialboa.
FOR SALE While oak d.nrette FOR SALE-A 1951 Fqrd rrdama-
suite. Table. 4 cha.rs. China and tic with radio, heater, piatic seat
Inen cabinet. Good condition, $70 covers. Tires like.ner.' Price $1,-
Call Albrook 86-2280 250. Can be financed. iPhne "4-
FOR SALE-Norge refrigerator. 10'2 413.
cu. ft. capacity w h automatic FOR SALE: -- 192 Mercury Hard F
defroster. Excellent condition. On- top, gray and black, very low
ly 1'2 yri old sT.11 has 3 I- mileage, automotio transmission,
i rs. guoroniee Compo Alegre. Cu. many extrc.s. like new. $2,200.00.
Ie Ricardo Ar.as, America building., 3 7284. Cururtdu, after duty
-. Ant No. 3. hours, F
FOR SALE.-Diningroom set mahog- FOR SALE.-'950 Chevrolet De Lue
any table, 6 chairs, sideboard and Model, black, club coupe, low m,-
China cupboard. bamboo set sofa I elge 2.000 original miles) 4
two arm chairs, coffee tob.e. end, new tires, r.ew battery. duty paid. F
table, foot stool: .,cker chairs and1 Must sell as leaving Isthmus. Price
table, floo- lamps, table and four S900 00 ca.h. Telephone G. Spait-
choirs, child's bad and mattress.. ta. Crisrobea 1984.
House 03C9, Cable Heights. V
House 0 -9, Cable He-gh. FOR SALE:-CadillIoc 1951 "62" 4-
Positin Offered I oor R r H 15.000 miles. Excel-
Position O fere | ilent condition, $2,950.00. Albrooki

FOR SALE-C-terlzer lIuefier end
blender. Brand new, n~er ud.
Reasonable. Call .Navy 3662.
FOR RENT-National C4.mhi Riter
in perfect condition. Cia tech.
No. 30, 5th Street,"Parque kafe-

OR SALE:-Boxer 2 2ionths
old, AKC registered. 500 La Cho-
za, 500 ft. past the Old Panama
road entrance.- ,
OR SALE: Sunflower seed, Ktt
Liter, Soni-pantig for female
dogs. ACUARIOQ. ICA 4 55
Via Espo ic, Tel. 3-4l.
OR SALE:-Sidewalk bikte Training
wheels, age 3 5. like 5. Phone
2-4336 after 5 p. m.
VAN-ED TO BUY:-Pick-p. "Mue-
bleria Tuj6n." No. 200 Central

mod te rate P 6-441 or

FOR R : t.*4* new chatl-
t: le bonM, 2 bathrooms.
d ^ble i.e o neigh-
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WANTED-Experienced beauty oper- _"-"3"C3.__ Avenue. FOR RENT-Tmdwo i apartment
ator for Gatun Clubhouse Beauty FOR SALE --Oldsmobile Hydramotic., WANTED ur refrgeW ast o No. 3. unfurnished. 34th Street
Shop. Pho.e 5-411. Ullo Hart rocdi, 8.CCG miles. 2529-C. Co- trade-in an a new CraoSy Shelva- East do. 22. Cot Mi. Vellsquez.
Piop c,___ after 4__ dr Cyrnos, Tivoli Crowsing. 2. 2-.i180.
APPLICANTS FOR ARMY SERVICE'FOR SALE -;951 Pontiac good con- 1793 FOR SALE:-Small fumWlhed opart-
LLUB DIP.RETOR WOMEN' DE- dta'r. Io tone. Curundu 83- mant for '"pnsblea g"n. Tel.
SIRED. Preferob.y single: be-1 526t6. oneSCNnd8- L* ESSON S -5167 o. .
teen age, 26 and 4C, jmcouaie -;-S -i51. n O R iE-
accredited college with maor in, FCR SALE -Hollmon convertible in S sh Profe-or. graduated in Ho- F ENT-Apartmnt in El Can-
recrealto.o or related field. Mafi exellne nt c; ^itdmn. Can be tna.n- S n oshPr oe, rd t in H r eNT utt, tl bnc dinlnl-
,et :or reae d o e all P anama 3-23 33. vna offers private longumn clas- e, 2bdrae, ii dining-
substitute :o college up to Twc oP 3.v s Call Mrs. Fernaridez,2 room, porch, lar gekitd1 un- s
year- of pnia experience in social ------ ------- dry-room mid's nd
recreational or similar organiza- b. bth, t w pater, F fuor refer-
tions. Call AtoIff Servce Club Di- No. NaomiPB" amnas please, call Tel. S,4968, 3-
r .ec or 8 -;l2r7 S p cir. S v cu M r s. N aori B ht l h 4 . /* i 4M-
USARCARIB. Fort Amnado,. *, F muu.J 1_- .. . FOR RENT -Furnished pitme nt In
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Wanted Position KO Re-W- K Y 1, "Pter- aveu et Air3 .. c-In
beXmas rarcus AMU ft O-.-m.
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perienced. wishes position. Address .s .. i N w M Nw M- FOR RENT:-Tw be driOm rifumlrh-
R. F Aportado 488 Ponama I ^WASO"' o. -2 (UP' ed apartmentt f& en or soe

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Is iS Years Od today. r d o]m R ',#T-FNum.ih.d chalet, East
SItADISON, Wis. (U.Pi-A 119 The Rlan caned for Amlt Av une wll be heM i '43rd : I vi .eom dinin.g-
"circus" has been perormiBg ans to buy gift food pare thio swee alew ai l tx"2 bedrooms etc. elephoner
I e continuously for 25 years. through CAKE, Inc.. a private ,bers a th a family were int i .-
-. circus," as officials like toI rganizatlon, for delivery to re-. adrsed to the meat date. FOR RNT-refr.rtle unfrni
os, social m nd square dan g sateDlli e count i esM m. a ani, s w l t
tm.sis oirt event s and dconc s, 3tl s and uriel at n-s nslerIn t.h hNei as O rl eians.a EOwo -_ maarits f-rs
nssprsesaonogood wUancmfCfln2ad5 dSPree(Cp s APr
.other activities all housid m . in shipa. cam *0 WT JCOiZE n I M ed,50d w t (C ,nV lro.
see building on the University o f At the requeA of LANRE, t11w1Lb heir ash eSb wwhIo at the For inftomirsaln wply m awbmuil-
lfvscoasin campus. State Department six weeks .time of hIs zsdnment. was chi ing Apr. 3.
rr"The building is the Wisconsin siclerk of the Paamas aFreight FOR RENT':--.artme fwr effe
Memorial Union, and the perform- outline the free food plan wto OIe. rorem September N 1a 1 I clin3- Avonirdn homt Arsio-i
rkl are students, faculty members the foreglan minWistries of th .J rlrement in No A Fr inform e'7
a alumni who spotlightther Un- four countriese Communit '.t L=N& h worked n t I No. 26 altos. Telephone 3029W.
bal programs each year. thorities were assured the pack- co ln Ditieion FOR RENTof th-Fumie then Ac-
The.Memorial Union, housed in ages would contain ms -agst .Booh ts Aurfived by her? bedroom. diningroom, I.,
building originally costing more of any kin . hband. Etfin W. Booth, of both,, kitren, fr GVl $so.01|
an $2,863.000, is now worth $6,- Hungary and Poland rejected yette tiD, A ason Edwin,. Jr Call PFC. eon, 7 arn to 40
1,000 as it moves into its silver theplan outrlght, officials &id aef"W. ,, C ,ty;o a danger' p.m. n84-19 5. .
anniversary year. v while Czehoslovia and *o- !r 4.coln of WhifedeNadaogterC .., -,.
Alumn, faculty members and a aIgnored it. Three sourensM...,.... randctlONU1- .FQR RENT.--CeMPtsly ..fun
Alumni. members n d a odTn u Q six
friends will gather in Madison to 819 iti too late inow to send'l d|.apa flnrlterbiye berd.. ....... .
a the younger student enera theolarcels even if the two-MH .-w.n ,1 lJg ecombinotion, Awlingr, n2_40
Slight the gigantic 25t1hmrthday satellites unexpected approve a eI a rP4,
#le. the Pilan. p ony -Clar koft. yettevl le. i gargCall Paniaria 3-23 &
-Wile the current student body The regular Chris'mas CARE '
Ies the building for granted, the package costs $18.75. postpaid.,.. F r EN -
dier guests will spend a good part It Includes an 8 t-2 pound tur- R4 A i -- "
their reunion reminiscing abbut key, chocolate, coffee, plum pud- I *1- I eo4is -
building and how it began. ding. assorted nuts. o!eomar- -',*i wa. u..r.U .... a_
The Wisconsin Union started out garine, preserves sugar, lunch lI PRt LuMs Tl-Furn W refrlm
teesemble what a former univer- meat, bacon and roast beef. nWP '* S. .I, 4 top fl r -
resident, Charles Van Hise, Th Iron Curtain countries .. .
mithe ** cradle of the British long ago cut ff CARE p package
S ament.t deliveries and erected barriers W ,e.W Iom j. .._ ..n- a : 1
Van liate isanted to pla to shipment of sln'hing and "' h U) .-

a whaXlt his pila would lead UITED STATES OF AEICU N K2rS *
on after d the Oifordn h Cam- own cther gift parcels froS the'TOM 23 P -a .ig
brdge meeting halls. There uI Unit StaesIn ste with the u and North Sor-

artish statkeller were beer to' Inrt June 25. IM-t I
meet with their instructors in "a tempo of the c ld war. steq s nmmr econon ual V.
otherma atmosphere to discusserved. day war tarted
S Wscon Unon, the thrd the day. e tfl tH, Rado Pel-
in the dtin, hase sremo s Leu al Notice ,
idea what his plan wouldleadings UNITED STATE OF AMERICA The aireesut stpedif n
FoSr today theges, and for the many can>.. wt North Koret
tie.the fifth most valuable pubUc UNITED STATES DISTRICT CZ-URT Iwtph of recottrti-
ed inl in the state and it inquar ACTION THEO DISTVORCE OF T for le next four years.
6isd everything from a r1,000,- CANAL ZONE The a*deent cand

gifEnrgaA $W ..vs r ot a 'a?-? "" '* ****** .
. Sweater to n old-fashioned ctty Divisin aNa g b)dt o Die
.man rathskeller where beer P. UPu. i nqrs SJU r tM 2e, lEOn0--the 19A7
o their refreshments are served. s ..&vs. d.the tim warstarted.-l
S.hWisconsin Union, the third unlolar. trhe "ria eat r war Satd t
in the tilhasserved as SUMMONS Defendant.., Radio P -at

u eed t during the past quar- ACTION ON DIVORCEp 111 te result of '
2la century it wi always re- Tohe. ahbevii -med dlfliia: ndam d
ta livin& r-po of the cam- answer the camptalut Ielid iL i sove-
Sa ted ctionstio: within l your ety days ter The
he ltbt date public cationi eNoh
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AWTC, w .R. 1. (U.rP.- -. .u.YouIl defaultlt lt theret.loI
Judm Wiwa m M. & meded in eh ecmplat.
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WASHIN XOT Nov. 23 TUP)- forth stretching clear across the PARIS, Nov. 23 (UP) Premier
AgrpI ~a Ire gcretardy Era T. I oard and complete to the u"t Jodepb Layuol mad* final revi-
B apea aince taking getail... We must aft out .the sans today ea the important
office point toward a long range gobd In the present pr ms speech he wl deliver in the
etfot ~ahape atoS farm and keep It," Sa sins National Asseaby just before
pa | d '| o to latest speech No Ntor the tomorrow's crucial foreign policy
a|b i pa etof New England Cownel= at oston. vote.
e oc@. From the beglnniu of his ad-
So e new Gengre ministration, N Ben's bHi At the same time, he confer-
ufit ary, we expect atementa have a i le red with coal1UIn party leaders
o itward with proposals grt decialon" be on the voting s*tatgy to be
r rams e between twi followed when he "great de-
id 1a ..3 a dtt obate,, of folgi < affaln*end.
Ao olhb, f 9xed e o 9M a
S fe National 'f re x ledtlbe eoe, Laniel was athded to make
equipmentt A a at upplles drop and do as the speech la rid but
mount. Foreign Minister Georges Bl.
we hope to n his first major speech aft- dault collapsed tfia Overwork
e Congress certain taking offle, Beanon mtMe It while making n, lpassioned
r. faf.s for Impia platJ he oplO d fixed a plea for continuation of the
Mg f and then n happo leels and ITpland European mategraion policy.
ra t r en for contf why:
sa d suggation" "Price suppot which tend to 8daults collapse forced post-
at a ,- pnto p yentproductionadift toward onement ot the debate until
In ted a plan to pl balanced anp tem Tuesday.
sati y on some, fnd ua d whc t e rage rpThe foreign Minlster's helath
I figh steady Improvi and he
M.Awill take up h normal activ-
op #t= like theu or u .lncotfiihnr -'e, rr-e*MAR r-
a" prop^ nd pr su- ies ^totoirV Qie D'traay
9 ture, Departmeit oft d he li oia n ne s aid this morning.
S .1 changedpT,
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fero new fiarm eaadt
o hpoptea F reignl ntanr Oc.Md-an
certe u rOm he reference to diaater win a e
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hl taip w fare attack on anson in matmny farm mrlhis t Pablldel
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5Neteo we tf hav-e ofned and p bhideadr Ot 12en o laid or.
dumy's higt spade In the efo- Bensaon told the Amersc- p Coc-
M fort to reduce dummy's ruffing tonn Conres t Lubbock. Tex.,
is South W9 uln't hav as good a And in a significant speech to
bt chance ft lar contract lf lhe won the NaCltonal Asn um, of County A
da the first trahp trick in dummy. Agricultural Agents In Phlladel-
',S He would: th have, to find a phia Oct. 12, Benson laid ot '
way to got out of dfuny in or- what he considers- the "bUige
der to rufr th V lO Kg diamonds. long-range needs of Amerlcah '
I and south has no w y of know-iagriculture-"
i- ins whieb black Suit wil keep Theme are "to produce more Muatdfin CASA SPART1ON
a- Wt opt of the lead. The club efficiently, to reduce costs, to Cetral 293
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Play In Ladies Division 'A

A birdie at the 21st hole enabled club champion'
onibal t;alinio to overcome .lim Riley, 1952,Isthmian
amateur champion, in the quarter finals of the
ghrysler-Plymouth golf tournament played yester- '
y at the Brazos Brook Country Club. I
-Both golfers were three ovrji The only upset in the cham-
fr for the regulation 18 hole pionship flight was the victoity
and it seEmed as though Galin- of Scotty Mathleson over Geo
do. had blown his best chance a Engelke. another former ama-
the par-four 18th hole where -Pteur champion of the Isthmus
htt a spectacular second shot to This was a meeting of veterans
Mthin two feet of the cup. only and the wee laddie from tne
to miss the putt. banks of the Civde was truly a'
They tied the 19ih and 20th "Flying Scotchman" on Sund, y
in par figures and then Galindo as he took an early lead an'i.
lowered the boom on his tougn never was headed.
opponent ... ......... ....The matches In the first
flight .more-or-less ran true to
form but the ladies' divislun.

Dolores W or umphof long driving bt err- hopes to get by Sother alifornia,
tic Joyce Kull over Mart n will be going against Texas Christian
Parks. are pinned on 2
t 10 -MThe cor.olete results:
Don Hause over Frank Day. 4

Sprint Record Marvin Chawick over ampago
Puller 3Sand 2.
Anibal Galindo over Jim Riley. (
'Ione-up after 21 holes. n
Dolores WorreU of Colon eked Don Mathieson over George
out a hairline victory over Char- Engelke. 2 and 1.
lbtte Gooden of La Boca to break I FIRST FLIGHT -
the former Central American Fritz Humphries over Jimmy The Stud C hard-run.
record of 12 3 seconds for the 100 Raymond 4 and 3. ing Argente-bre four-year-
meters as she was timed in 12, Raymond 4 and.. 'ning Argentia-"reo "or-year-
SLI r at hnt s Pmenamain 1, Jimn Hoverson over S. Walker, old bay horse yeatertay aJter
titonal Track and Field Cham- by default. noon ran roughshIdd6r a Claft
pionships yesterday morning at Elwood Compton bver Henry "B" field that Included only
he Olyvmpic Stadium. Parks, 5 and 3. three opponents la the featured'
Gil Morland over Lyle Cla-.- $750 mile gallop at the Juan
Worrell sprinted into a sub- sen, 8 and 6. Franco race track.
Stantial early lead and held on SECOND FLIGHT The bay son of Condalsolo-
tenaciously in the final 25 Dick Sullivan over John Da-: Media Rienda broke fast from his
/inet r as Charlotte gained vis. 3 and 2. I outside position, outsprinted the
steadily Gooden and Worel Donald Kury over Dick Brown, opposition around the first bend
burst the tape almost even but3 a.nd 1. then set his pace in hand to!
Dolores managed to have a Bill Schuster over vay Dabek easily draw away when itven his
slim margin over her perennial 20th hole. head in the final quarter to
rival. magHogan over Raphael !score eased up by four lengths.
In the men's 100 meter dash. rie, one-up Anglia, the closest pursuer
Seymour Lashlev burned the cin-: LADIES DIVISION I t hou t.made a game effor
dcers to score easily in the bril-' (Championship Flight) andRo t alongside the leader on ot
Blant time of 104 Lashlev also! Joyce Kulig over Marlo.,evers match in the crucial s not
won the 200 meters dash but his Parks. 4 and 3. match in the crucial -
time was only a fair 22 sec- Louise Reynolds over Marin Great Game. second favorite
Panme runner Frank m rincd i Godwin. 7 and 5. slight recoverybuthe was coan-
easily took ther 80 meters and Edith Mathieson over EmI'y pletely outrun throughout. He
the 1.500 meters runs. Prince Grant, 3-and 1. wound up a poor third. C'oq Au
won the 1.500 by at least 100 First Flight Vin and Newminster were never
t was about 50 met Ruby Kruger pver Mar ge in contention.
a ahead of hs nearest rival Stockton, 2 and 1. The day's best win dividend
w the 800.o Harriet Kernick over Betty was TUin Tilin's $35 to win In
The complete results of the McCracken. 3 and 2. the fourth race. Blas Agulrre
meet will run in this paper to- Tess FaDreau over Doris Clau- snapped out of t1 slump with
morrow. sen. 5 and 4. 'three victories to lead the lock-
_Rosemary Reardon over Edna eys.
Campbell by default. The dividends:

!...m- 2-Domino $5. 2.80
SSamuels, Francis 3-Cosa Linda $5.
I-Daniel $5.80, 3,0, 2.80
Cop Feature Bouts .a ,adyW. -
First Double: (Duque-D6- i
SllPanama Gymh i I-La Chula B.80., 2.80. 2.20
2-Don Wende a3.80.2.50
3-sol Nacente 5.80.
Luis Samuels TKO'ed Baby 8e-Two: ( 0La C la-Dea
*awkins in the second round Wenae) 511s 0B
and Rodolfo Francis punchedFOUR RACE
out a unanimous decision over 1-Tilln TWin $35, 10. 6.20
Rodolfo Ampudta in the twn o 2-Dixian $8.20, 4.80
scheduled ten-round feature 3-Manolete $7.80.
bouts last night at the Panama Qiplela: ( Tilla i llin-Dils- Th
Gy mon the benefit program to dIC RACEm
funds to return the body of pyt E
forrtle world bantamweight I-R1 $8 2.20, ca
champion Panama Al Brown who o -B RoRol .10. 2 0a
ried in New York two years ago. 811M ACK
8amuels, 14334. dropped Hawk 1-CarmlalI T$5.20 3.80 TMa
i.s, 1411,2. for an eight count 2---Mi8O ',.ay. t
with a solid left to the rojaw nIn in im RACE tract
the first round. In the nso nsd '$10.80 5.20 2.80
Samuels cornered Hawkins in his1 _-_- O ,WMe 1 $4.40 2.40
own corner and was raining 3--Arkanss $2.40.
blows all over him when referee seeeMoMDWe: (Carmela II-
Roelio Pinzon stopped the con-i etW RACE
7dT. (E he secondary atractlon was -MISS Ii 2.60, 2.0
an acion-packed battle with 2 i--o 1o n .60, I
rancis. 12212. outpunchlng Am-! 3-Pincele$2.16.
pudia, 118. to take the nod Re-I ie0le:.-(Miss Pidfas.-
feree Colon Al Brown. who of-[ Ielo Joa).3 h.
fered his services free of charge 'A-tCEve to3

Edgar Miller. 112. easily whlo_ 3-Newbrlgnt $3.20.
Vewey gies a skiin de n openine preliminary while Me- pI )
erueion gs a Chicago deport lanto Pacheco. 119. came from' T ENTh RACE Ne
m eat store. He heads a Lake 1o Chaser -r la o0 U $2.40, 2.80 a
70 degrees. (NEA) j another unanimous decision.
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Dohoney Proves 'Al-Auerica-

Stopping Giel As Never BefoW

NEW YORK. Nov. 23 (NA) -
e0 All-America makes another
"Dn Dohoney has many gerts
days," says Biggle Munn of
Michigan State, "but' his bit
was against Minnesota this sea-
son when this fine and led tehe
wai in stopping Paul rlel as he
hadn't been stopped before. Gl -
gained no more than 2t yards on
20 tries, was thrown tor repeat-
ed losses by Dohoncy.
"Against Michigan, Doheney
personally broke up a costing
dilve with the sore 14-6 a our
favor that might have changed soml oled
the entire complexion of the a L D e Deegi
game. He threw carriers for two
straight losses when Miuhigan a good ru r an outtan
had a first down on' our six. safety man. He punt,M kicks
Dohoney proves an end doeas returns kicks."
nt have to demonstrate that he
is.a superlative pass catcher to At least something is
attain All-America stature. bigger and bette- in the ,
"His pac s catching record isn't the American football
phenomenal," adds Coach Munn a hn 'tI Taru caUs S al
but that is because he hs been 250-pound Marylan d tde prI
used little as a receiver. His strongest man in football
down field blocking made him the most devastating blke
more valuable as an aid to p&M has ever seen.
Dohoney is among the many "Jones has tremendous
extraordinary combatants who and is unusually k for
-with the departure of the pIa- his size," says DBr Jim Tat.l
toons quickly h6wed that they "He has endless endurance,
could go both ways. He was a hasn't slowed down a bit dokid
truly great defensive end as a so much double duty.
sophomore and Junior, when
Michigan State played exclusive- "Jones has .moved an en
ly two-pletoon. side of a line," testifies
"This fall he made the best Tatum, his face as straight M#
adjustment of anyone on the Ned parks'. "It is not t
team," testified Profeasor Munn. him move his man back
"He continued to be out blockers five to 10 yards, giving
on the squad." room to spare to roam. He
We --o(o-- a keen knack of picking .p
Wes Fealer calls Olel the most terent defenses that were ro
formidab college back and a- ast Maryland and especially bl5m
making runner he h4 seen in and carrying out the rip
22 years of coaching. O el also block."
does the signal-c llin and
punting and is outstandig de- That's why the Chicago W
fenalvely. Because he opd with drafted Stanley Jones last
a very mediocre team, Coach _ey..-
Fesler considers this major a a
league pitching aspect's per. Italy Wants
formance asto ming. Its
Steve Mell gr Ib a Keatucky tsWinners
halfback Wly Just like an
end, glivitngear ryan three of LEXINGTON, Ky. Nov.
the latter. (NEA)-T- e ItaIan stauliqi."
"A large erentawe of the Daumler. is expected to
time our e1 nd .Lknine at this Blue Gras breeding
ya ds." explains c yat.tler shortly. but It was a
eUinger lnes uv te back- Job to ship him.
field directly behind te left ieltaan Mo ntry .l
he* blocks and receives os as culture placed an injunction q6
an end.Withthe playoinga- the trip because of aru l *O
way he eomes back in moionbe- WOW experts of clas VW
coming a ball "carrier or faker flrs ntlleyhaw st
almilar ten em ndaound. three yearstud M h"**

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tiea wn~e ba st. in. iged to Henry Cabot Lodge. Jr., VAS. Aminao to the .0 Is i
c-ataft cs* if in In evidence as he leaves the White House, Onal
saudyBgtadLodge is stigi h ak fto h #d
ONa Camial=a szt man sits in the front seat. The guard ha.
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'Czechs Fly""

Through Bullets

To Freedom

REGENSBURO, Germany, Nov.
23 iUP, Two anti-Commun- 1 W4nI
lst Czech youths flew an Amer- .pople knowt
lean Piper Cub plane through a
hall of bullets from Prague tol TWENTY-NINTH TZAR PXANA ., . MONDAY, 0'
West Germany yesterday crash-
landed unhurt in a field, and
asked for political asylum.
The U.S. Army identified the r
refugees from Communism as .
Zdenek Vol 23.pilot of the tiny ree A ll KreP
.plane, and Jirl erthelm, 24.
They told Germans who flock-
ed to the field where they Joled
.to a halt, that they fled to the
West for "political reasons." p pS
After running a gantlet of
Communist gunfire during...
their two Canda half hour PANMUNJOM, Nov. 23 (UP) for resumption of explanations days. Only 2,431 Chinese and ti. '1 aIi ing t,*
flight, the Czechs came down Swiss, Swedish and In d iar, to anti-Communis prisoners. North Koroan prisoners s had lon Meetig a success.
southwest of the Junction of triation commission teanfed to- stances the explanations cannot cept of the total. -l the n a-'
the German, Czech and Aus- day to vote down a Polish pro- be resumed," he said. Despite the Red demand to Itrali th b
etrman borders. tookthe tragur
German farmers took the posal the Reds claimed would The interview .were halted talk with fewer than 500 men a ent woudi the eo r-
oung Czechs to U. S. Intel-break the week-lon deadlock in Nov. 16 when the Reds asked tre day, they would have to inter- ees, ew ft they woald 4 :
ence agents at Pfarrklrchen explanations to ant -Communist Indian custodial force to pro- view mote than o00 a day to net ye t- l hfau ms. ,
and the youths were brought to prisoners. duce the Chinese and North Ko- complete the task by Dec. 23. D1 ,a)I. further alarl-,.
Regensburg for questioning. At the same time, the Swed- rean prisoners In ig UUip l few- AMeanwhile Amer a n envoy fieLa tEt w plan, as ho
he lane was describe as aish delegate said all-war prison- er than 500. Arthur H. Dep accused the had 4Mata6 U# week, without
fairly old model which had been ers should be freed on Jan. 22 The Indian command said its Communista today of breaking getth1n .big -.but vague r'-
turned over by the United States even if "come home" Interviews facilities were not ufftidtft to "solemn promises maoe to tOe plies.
to Czechoslovakia after the lib- are not completed by the Dec handle the prialiers in lots of Allies in the Im, drawn-oun Comm ist
ration in 1945. 23 deadline. less than 500 men. Korean truce tal werearbitra W de-t
Germans who talked with the The Poles had propose that Dean told the '1at, &twq- mand a. mmS-
COechs said they described them- Red explainers talk to only par- Many ame--'0E d0sk were hour and 20-a meeting on I t co'e-en
selves as civilian engineers. tlal compounds in any one day convinced the CM uts d setting up a D nm o-e rept-
This was the fourth drama- Instead of a complete corn- not want to tiko_ tiore that ,t'ey *t'eaX -
tic border crashing by anti- pound of 500 men. of the angry -wg~i who mistice by giving
Communist Czechs this year, Lt. Gen. K. S. Thimaya told far have den"tuM .7 Russa a seat a
and-the second by air lane, the Communists it was "phy.t- nalm by a near-unaanu eis 7 7 Ire remind4 omaunlet oqtout1# jine0N (t
Last March 23 four zechs hi- call impossible" to complywith per cent, that paragraph p. earmwi- Dea A .it has fEwn at-
acked a Czech National Air their demands and then -idd Officalas said the Red strateI stie aeem d that t pt o .~as It
nes plane in flight between with the wisas and Swedaish del- apparently called ftor delaying stC A lahp arti- we .M on snals 11te .* a- t-( "
Sue and Brno and force toeegates to vote it down. he e.plxantytn n until Doc. U, cipated as ra during O rar .au asphen et b an
lo at gunpoint ly to Swedish delegate Maj. Gen. the date of their scheduled tee- the war beaten e p ato .
Last Jul eight Czechs rumbled nn cminga en tR $he eonfe- w a. stomach acheuad aboas 1 .o.
hankfurth. wo...... eJan Svenstrom said the question mlinatlon, and then launchin sano henonN Korl.. be.-.'rox11nhoIrd l f.et

secretly in his backyard garage by the repatriation commission. on only seven of the lot 60 sia, Burma, Indoeai Inda t
for two years. m e saide the re would be e Othbfawithersupesrl-t t .
On Nov. 1, three young Czechs siderable discussion" ubft it
rked for poc au in _up. ut left no doubt hea
,,est Berlin after shooting their would favor turning the rOWS c2
Way across Czechoslovakia and leose on Jan. 22. d. n e0poSe cotftt fa
tGermn in a 28-day Stenstrom's interpretation of a No a ss. a d wre ed p t*, hft*..llt.0f Of
~~sarch. the armistice agreement w-uas IL
hI.. ehOigned with that of the UnitdNO
Nations and Secretary of State
John Pster ulles

1 Brm w Fontree ,ehs aster e Dl:e: "several Who Dec"e To6 Leave leds7tu
redgingr esloye, readings of the (armistice) et-
greement on that section." He 0 -
Ssaid that other member s of the CRACKER's NECK, Va., Nov. Thene was
Scommise sion may Ienterpret the 23 (UP) C Edward 8. Dick- resentineirt
"- ndarmistice wt reement t mean- enson, who ch" ,mid.a-D
employss of the Dredg Dlv essarily have to be r posedO Korea, came home la d htto Ler fareia
6 the Panama Canal and on a certain date. small family gathering l e Cnmmists.
rmer senior chief Towboat At tha same time, Svenstrom mountainsde frame house which evera
Engineer, died suddenly Batur- said "the outlook is very dark" bore a neatly-panted sa-ublity
day morning in Oakland, Cal- Inn"WelcomeRnomeI't a
Ifornia, where he has been mak- Ltward, his p.ren Mr. ando 1 Thle i
ng his home, according to word i s a n Mrs. Van Bunen Dickenson, and eV;
received on the Isthmus DivorcePlanshis17-year-old sister Rdoe Hel- Beech
rece ved on h ehsth us. 1! '-. i -1 ; V _; _- i .'~ ',:

Mr. Brown left the Isthmus y a en, were driving to trhisna"all i
Ust year following his retire! 0Solo, S-Y rSea W sh ngon his Pand w rent .aA an 6 1
nenthe had 28 years of con. 1 Wahington and were not e. t.w .. "
wno serolce with the Dredg- Tow i At ound Wotl pec ted until late tonight bh vt leals- d"0
Wre d t s h k A steady 'drizzrle which ndh a vdw is 10[i..- -.
rn in Newhope, California,. been falling all day beat-agalinst trgig awa- lope
Brown worked as a Marine SAN PEDRO, Calif., Nov. 22 the small unpainted five-room andn
oneer with a number of (UP) A 42-year-old divorcee Dickenson house located on a On ..of:I d e Th1
S companies before she aid today she plans to leave gentle slope of themountai son's aS a bi' 23, WAS- .
me to the Canal Zone in next month on a solo, seven- and reached by a winding dirt weltoMeF i"
e y tear anal Zonei year voyage around the world in road.i ocamye=l5b,'_"a
enust 1924 as a Steam n her 25-foot ketch. In sharp contrast to the wel- notade.Sa
is servwit h the Dredging Division The divorcee, Vera Rideout, come given other returning pris-. n*'heworth$,N
of his service ha dMI said her plans date from 1942 ones of warsa few weeks ago at rnm eatV wort 3 was
*lth the Panama Line* lo when she bought her boat, the nearby Big atone Gap. Va., only ap m bMWAdr ms' S4
Seeal DimsonthsAineaelyyikdrNz a e rcklesshad "6

arlChelan, for $2,500. She has spent Dickehnson's sister, Mrs. H allln .- -
- worked on the Line's reUrve all her available funds $11,000 De lph and his three-half-broth. sou* ~j of the road when .
fleet In Gatun Lake. o since then to make the boat erne, Jim, Robert and OGrover utl o's to the left
He worked as an engeiiut'On seaworthy after It sank In arDickenaon. a&ona withntheir tam. wKeDt114 1'11101. .Aoda ge.,
drib barges, floating cranes, storm. ilies, were waiting inside to eiter ehlid
e suction dredges, dippel- She figures to sail with a morn- greet him, tooh liharin
urecdges and towboats. ing wind about Dec. 6. Her first But W. N. Botts Jr., command- fnrt."
er being promoted to Be- stop will be the west coast of er of the Big Stone Gap Amer. bas 4t a
l or hiefs Tovoat Engineer in Costa Rica and she plans to lean Le on post, said the 23. whom D ed(in"
April, 1943. he was sent to L alti- spend the winter months in the year-old Korean veteran's pMT A r a "D a 1ean.
more to be present for i nstalila- Caribbean. enti don'tt want any camIMrr he weoa
ton and tests of Diesel engines Her schedule next ca-s for tion. Thaey want him to come lmtee .
Jl the new tu "San Pablo." the Soin t oh Pacific and Tahiti. home qi ety and therefore we W bu0 10lo- .
Active in abor affairs, Mr The boat is barely twice the have not planned any welcome. i e I 4 or"o .
mw was second alternate length of an average car and hap Botts said his earlier offer ofOcitpim. S.. .
Amber bon the Eoficenoy Rat no auxiliary engine to help it membership in the GAmeriwe h",
ing Board of Review for the over doldrums or shoals. Legion to Diekenson still stapdsa d A t__,a .ths o .
uaft 19ervisor and Craft Her treasury is only $50, but povided the young soldier istour u ra
eymen Group. In a she plans to write, lecture and onorablY discharged and heeA1ad t n ht, h a e
1 he was a member of the take pictures to pay her way. signs the required certificate e Wine s to
celon Committee which con- Ite other plans succeed. she willhaet "I do not subscribe to them
ntd the electondo atera te Sleveton S era cal one. n tent s ed o oir oerm of '
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e Racing Board of Review d .
e Othe Grievance Advisory
on Commtteewhchco '_ m r

h Dir. Brown was a Past Master
enthe lsp poian Lodge AF do
a 33rd Degree Mason of the
tsh Rite Tempis an Ancon
mpa member of the Shriners
Saad Temple in Ancon.
h Brrvlvw him are his wife.
SNeva Brown and a daugh-
Merrilyn, both of whom are
~WgIn California.
Ida Christian
Pitcoire isle
j.ried At Sea
._kaadaChristian, a 15-yeareold
m Pitcair Island who
aboard. the Captain Cook
.eenapkatlnu after she wu .
on for a ruptured mp-
was burled at sea the
w agm.t said today.