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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01787
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Wasg
OWNeD AND PUBLIUIStp my T14 PANAMAA A pCAN PA INI, ,0l lC
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NARMODIO ARIAS. EDITOR I-
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FOPRIONI EiPREiENTATIVES- JOSHUAU POWERS. INC
345 MADIsON Ave New YORE. III% N V.
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FOR MONTH 1IN ADVANCE- -19 Tpaioito
TO. Os t VWAN. IPN pVANr.. .ons
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN BY PETER .EDW"ON.
TW Washington were hit by an atomic ;
quab.Ai.h o Yod bomb. . The only end to that
k The Mail eoxv s atn open fo rum foaders o The Panama Am.,e sentence now s-twou wiped -
ken. Letters are received i=alefully and are handled is a wholly onli -out Some people mnht want to
deatio' ,m ntribute a letter don't be impatient It it doesn't appeal the athidea. w lope aW E
1 next day. Letters are published m the order receive. But gadually and not too effee- er' tl put the a t.
Peaose try to keep te letters limited to one pola oe4oLr. tively, because there basn't been
'i rdity of letter writers is held in strictest centfidence much money to spend on the proj. "
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions ect. the great U.S. government has
expressed in letters from readers. been trying to figure what it would ..
S-o do to get going again in an emer- .
agency.
HOUSEWIFE SEEKS SADEYE'S COUNSEL Planning is now under Brig.-
BSir: Gen. Henry Parkman, an assist.
This is for Sad-Eye Sam ant director in the Office of De-. o
Your letters are a source of enjoyment to all the working fene N obligation. A dtai of
class on the Canal Zone-especially the wives whp are at.home the plans are kept t beet, but
tending their families. I'd like to hear your reasons for a few the general idea. can be.-reealed. ."" at
thin s that have been puzzling me for some time now. It all began .back in 1%9 hen
Firat, have you ever gone thru the section "Organizational every agency was told to work .
Directory" in the telephone book and checked how many wives up a plan to collett sufh of its
of the heads of the divisions are working? The M. C Division, key employes as might survive an tn
Electrical Division and Locks Division are outstanding-and if A-attack and move to a designated....
those people have to have two salaries coming in to be able to rendezvous to carry on. e
live down here, go to the States every two years, and p@8 the high These plans are still 'in effect, p1
rents we're having to pay now, just what are the wives of the under the Aupervision of an- ad-1 4'-
thousands who are of the tradesmen class doing on their sus- ministrative officer in each de- t
band salaries? apartment or agency. They have
It's strange, but we like to have nice things. be able to go to been changed to fit the new faces ,
the States every two years, and save four our children's educa- brought is by the Eisenhower ad.- "a l'", 'n y
'lion too. ministration. But they dill cover ad
"YTeou want to know whv I don't go to work? Well. I have my only the top employes. They make t k
etat: ivU Service, so that isn't the reason. I have a family, no provision for the 200,000 ra k-
1 think my husband salary is darned good-and for the and-file government employes. t
SoutAhe hwone, it's better that I. don't wor. Okay, so I'm A second step has been taken
a # h Churches need workers, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, first-aid, to designate temporary heads for ...
civic enters, woman's clubs, civilian defense. they all need work- all top jobs, so hat a desi ted
ers. Guess what? The women. who work haven't the time to do subordinate will be available to w
thesethin so we who are home are called on to do all this. I take over in case his superior is .1e 4
de oiig these things, but 'll be'dakn.d if I'm going to killed. Alternates are designated A 1
S pabit aman's family when he's making over $1,000 -a outside of Washington in ase the gly ty g .G
-lonth, and his wife $250.00 a month, all because they just san't whole shebang in the capital is ....--. -.-.--- --- .- -. -- -. p aow a yes .-i i
afford the high rent and high price$. wiped out. : p., yeql w.l
I In our town, during the summer, they' asked for volunteers President Eisenhower recently ..Yf.eeddl
to work.on summer recreation. Over 500 students had attended emphasized this step in the after- ----
schooL Guess how many mothers volunteered?- two (2). IA-bomb planning by his executive S ite S u l
volunteered to work part me, so I suppose I was. ,4of that2-- order 10495, wdh te e ain IB:- .lH
A Boy,ig sdily ws the GAO would ask my advice on how to save of command-for succession to all
money aand cut expenses down .here! the top offices in the Department ,. k.
Secondly, do you ever have a husband and wife, both work- of Deense. By SOR 'RARK I
ing, and usually with no children, tell you that they "just can't If Defense Seeratary Charles E. oa l "'AAK
afford to go on vacation?" If you.have any especially good Wilson 'ere ku"ked out, Under- : ..RTalbtt ro
comeback that you make to these people, please set me in on it- secretary Roger M. as would ..' o
I usually stand with my mouth open. too flabbergasted to say take over aut a retriey. Atsr tinl g bout trS ing to .
S.anything. *rer, th crar f was tk anbu paint the statue of old one thing, I didn't have t.1any opin. 0o l j "'I
Thirdly,' and last, will you please give me some simple ex- Army. Navy and Air Force, th es a f r ati Duke, o ver in Durham, fngblue. lons, learned or otherwise, due to a
planation why the men down here don't get up and fight for 1L Assistant Secretaries of Dtr ie ta eu r o A few of us earned.the finger of lack of kwled.ofelt that Wis
their rights. I was heartily in favor of the USCAA and have fense, then the Undersecretaries povided an excuse f more ex- scorn from our betters, since wil "l
tried to support it in every way, and so has my husband I like Ofe the three services, and finally raneous nonsense that any other devoted ourselves 'malaly to the I this may be equally aa elso 4
the pson runo ing e y o have a l h ead, blt it their assistant secretaries. form of social status. Some sort o1 pursuit of 'happiness, coeds and true average collegian, who *
makthe person running it, he male r ace, whom I want to level ea, book up to, i The National Defense Act re- madness affiet the advanced stu- corn whisky, and ead only the carrots a bad melage of mist-
to see th em not even coming out to the meetings, and letting red President senhower to dent. leading ha to t dem- s rts pages. Ot .hat group, most.Jmation gatheied ri m the. bull
to see takhem not even coming out to the meetings, and run it. letting thsue this order. For other agencies ostrations on matters a t which o. them w up to s d. The a ase n a
It's the men's jobs that need protecting, the men's ,money some new legislation may be er- e knows little, i long woa learnedadg galpts ad oplai-
bIns out fr a the h pricesn, h it on, rents, quired to get around the rovislo I suppose it is al palt ing essays for e campus.paper, most atm rs. Televhsln popsi maker
etcetera, and yet they wonl t even be man enough to come to he that presidential ap tents UP, but it seems to af at stu- wound up as minor clerks andA teO aI mi -f r don
S meetings. Aren't they rely Interested, or do they want their must be confirmed by e Senate. denthood should be on a kind press a ets, d lo baton
wives to go to work, and not have to worry adout their w on s or But the main purpose of all th probationary beasi in wich Th urope4an sW& .t y ,irioutlea letA abi b fu-
noisy thought outside ,fte Three be even more panlial thaoa y A.
money? is to provide for an emergone n should be an fori a i, b e .dellp!psoo ito
1m sorry tf say it, but I heartily agreed with the Congress- carry-on of essential gorvernnen' wa until ra L students an tMr
man who said we really weren't upset by conditions down here.s Protection of record is an should be aw.d t- en tsh1av aor
The womerk are upset, but not the men, and I'm ashamed of Forsote thme agencies av ohld b e at we toobra a .
them. How lt your onion, 8 adeye B -at-Hom? e Wife. been nrofilming their estal event or their ofwle beds tht i
Stay-at-Home Wife. papers n procurement, em L As part *s the e 9, t in the street L Oaaa
SF.FIVLED WEST , ty .athewould '5 tr ur ,
I live in Curundu on the edge of the section aptly' ermed a l t haea~d 1ardr.
"The Wl4 District," comprising the area between 1st and 4th atalten nota te aondtqelaus 4ea ph "ebt .""
Stretes. This is the birthplace of loud radios, barking dog& Federal Reserve banks have'had pla with elders; hi p e
drunken parties, squalling brats and all the other sins and noises Fed alResrv ank av aplan sWimldes- Tist
of creation. Second street holds the medal for squalling brats copies of all their important transit ncueplies
bothering everybody but its owners. Third Street, Fourth Streetg tions stored in vaults outside I was a ban oolge, all tones of Stai r, aawa M- So t e t
d First Street are a combination of everything. Theere is .a stockpile of currents' busy body tV4to learp abou. t it, at the top l .n
Why can'tthe peope that have to lve such close proximy Ther"sasokicf.an't the people that have to live bibyn such close proximity teBuu of Prnt opo-4
1- to each other have some respect for the feelings of others. at Erain ise sucked oPnut. W i ... t4 re, Fron my eo s sympathy oob I sc set1a..
Shut up that dog if you have to poison him, give the aqual- anTo reduce n g government vulnet. ift lttle w derm yatsy r e i,. W .o
ling brat a shot of paregoric, tune your radio so it can't be heard ability, thereoyt ._ has been a hol- gut e soasb cief t o *t o t. al .I r dtht o h
The little girl whose boy friend sits outside in his car and Washington. No new essential what to do a ut i- languages, ,ad 'tit id hase .h
blows his horn, do something We don't care what. What does he finctiopa of government are t Ion, and second saying R.that April." s m Chae I
want, curb service? established i n Washington. The velt wh .of vAmnaewathtI t really gMr =i
bee-Disgusted. sH ben no new big govepini o t
PARAISO COMMY BURSTING AT SEAMS .,IStrWtl..n it Washingt n a d; ebatin w n te ]R6oae llt's brain tsit F, thbe r a -.m
Sir, Paraiso, Canal Zone. Wildi w as started before ... .
It is understood that the primer factor in the Panama Cangl ew atomic defense policies were
Zone today, is "Economy" and also that nothing can be d p&ie I MD a Washington decentral-
overnight, but for the love of mike, didn't the officials of imion lan was resented to a-
Commy Division know that by enlarging the town of Paralse ga. t called or spending $1-
the present store would not be adequate. mlon to build four little ash-
Things were not so bad when the Red Tank Commy remain- on 10 to 20 miles from thA
ed open after the town was abandoned but now that it is cl1t Ho 2mse. Each "satellite" ci MANs ArmT TOW Barbara Whi
all one can see is some customers fainting from heat prostration would have provided work spa e tUIa areW -1 h e eit
daily, for about 5000 regular employee. 'Wi Toer Ame dor. Tr.
S Her& is proof for my argument, in a grocery section 50 ft. by Th4s -_'. banned to reduce thm amesrsid
about 200 ft. stacked wits' toceries on shelves with two lon -attrae a of Washington as jug s ) sb A i over'h
paying for their groceries attlhe same time. I have seen'disgt- TI.qbifl &as approved ryt.t.
Ifn this exists now, wh ."condition will be the custornerjbe thC eeomut .1 ,-.. -..'
leaving the comply in whgA the Christmas season shopping says diedgJil the Many .n"-"
tion would be to re-open-the Red Tank COinmy until an enlarge- just 16 get the surhfhs
mont is made. It just cannot be that tle commy at Paralso is reai oareu o sight wthe re -a.
not making money because one can notice that there is an as- ly decer o ng the essenntr
aistant manager ($200 to $300 or more). function's of government'
Since the manager cannot see this and make the appropr the. big catches is that
recommendations it Is high time that the General Manager lo adequate early warn- ag.e
self visit this commy at any time but just to rhake sure lets make system for atomic attacks. "("
te Visit on a pay-day Tuesday -Cteen minutes doesn't give an t1 .
-A Fainted Customer time to stuff a brief case. I ae l7 ....
MORE POOLING GrT HELP fouir hours' warning could be ,ar Taylor (estrtnged : at
o Cocoli, C.. might be dons. h pit Deity Carb ..: '
r: Every agency, from the White Jw lg -, ,...
I am not a member of the armed forces, but I was at one House on diwn, now has an al- y .: .
time, I am naturally interested in their affairs, particularly as ternate location where it would J" D"glas
ards the housing accomodation afforded the young married set up shop. There are proviskus new r.smane ... Bau d
U ted men, segying in the Canal Zone. for getting the President and thie Luaky Uilinder sad his wie haVe
While there seems to be a vast amount of unoccupied housing cabinet together. There are plans "e. Satarlet. Roberts nt m

.. they would. Cosimlssinn would provide a cen- mews to i be ifsl to t1- ist
There are to my certain knowledge at least one hundred and tral regit to notify surviving today. o
twenty five couples with their names on the waiting list for emplayes wille to go. *****'*- C
euealng in the Zone, where there certainly seems to be room But it is admitted that the only -
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mnW they are forced to rent in Panama City, and, on occasion buy' rel fse ha in deeentraliztion.
rerigerators and stoves, as well as pay possibly one hundred ri plan and no money Wa
1 zdlr4r rental-plus gasoline for the necessary transportation to for 01 11nw.Be
wnd from their post. __NMI r
A lot of these young people are probably drafted and Just '
naturally resent the treatment afforded them in this respect. It : .
In on natural that they should.
This ea le of the "Good neighbor policy"' it certainly
aumiS t Ube r s sighted, and one calculated to defeat .
S he Idea ofeImaking a career of the Army. MS.
three 0 U iof the armed forces are supposed to be
Whyt _nt_ so.tof the.. red tape be elim ilac.
arrangement mawith the Panama Canal Compny,.
..deal, which they certainly are not getting now.
The Navy has permitted civilian employes on leave to sublet
apartments while they are away. Married coupire of th
Sba1tve been able to rent this space for a couple f m the
lthen arforced to v tom to Panama. This in. 9injusi, and fi .
gto uM up the moral of those coternet'd "
a man a good h6me, and he will do nIMu for you ea-
ly i h4e would otherwise do If he has a feeling that he
b14le overlobqd or discriminated against.
fer. nllmg that someone in author v %ill read this and
h.... ,thy 4 matter that really necds urgent at-
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Montoutes Celebrate
Silver Anniverary
Friends from both aides of the
Isthmus gathered ever the week.
end at the Carrsqaa home
of and Mrs. L Itoute to
ogratula' the col on' t
ob&.rwnce of their er wed-
ding anniversary.
par ty held by t0 Montoutes
14 Saturday ni ,w attend-
ed by Misses Noa 0,Wliams,
Violeta Edwardi, Dori' Edwards,
Ltna Davis, Patrick ,ttrick. Ly-
dia Colomh, Julia Orifftha. An-
drea Hoyte Maria Phfllipe, Ja.
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BERLIN, Nov. 25 (UP) U. S.
military authorities today
MEMPHI, T a, xV. U launched "purge" of pets In
(UP) -A former ch- American noumseholds in Derlin.
er and *deao W da A communique from Berlin
cllqd t pulpi maoe a Command headquarters headed
"big mistake and taSDUn "elimination of pets" said dog,
are back w their fl- cats and other aniats in Ua.-
1"sto stay. occupied apartment houses have
become "a ral meuace to the
Charles D. Ry.J 0. Whose health an3 security of other
ed hit to qelt.the latotry, and people."
edMrs. Kathryn o alse 30, ask- d The Army said the animasis
Mrs. Kathryn Ae&o 0,"as,k- had attacked peaeeful resients,
ed forgivenes of peo-scattered trash and garbage and
pe ho "were distracted neighbor r by bowling.
Mrs. Riley,-mother of three It sald all unregistered pets will
children, said, "The past I the be Impoundeq after Dec. 1 and
past and we Intend-.to frgive no new registrations will be
and forget.' Deao W .Butord granted.
Oadd, a plumber, skid he and
his wife "are happy at home a-
gain with our (two) OlldMa."
Riley, now wth his wife at the o
home of her parent, Mr. and
Mrs. R. 0. BMenetof ionraI
City, told the Memnphis j
clal Appeal by telephOne lat F a aC
niaht thpt he also has written a
letter df apology to the 670"mem-
bers of the congregation. Ne
The deacons of the Winchester for TEA
Baptist; Church last saw Riley as
he and Mrs. Oadd strolled arnm-
In-arm from a meetim last 8ep- Just received
tember in which he announced fore &rI
his love was greater than the
call of the ministry.


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erobr n. ceom wrtuS ffths of whiskey a a .ae opened a 1 ,ihaAPP "e
0C imtcadi faat and half that yout raid op and at first amers
7:" swell Ip, dI t obebt ja doesn't function properly, Mrs, were enthusiastic boomers. e
he ita lre fatht Beady's letter It began to dawn ba cp of them
u eW t, who -a-ovictim fr wh "0iice I have ben- ji after another that .91w goelpel
Ion of largepaint-- d ath Hall aptLr. is the first time L've been able awful lot That hit really
o, dte in the tsluti to meauon clearly for some time. h urt her business. A gossip cai
aU wi$ alD h p ri gas hhber Dec. 18. SRhe aau e would have been hurt almost asy kind of business
*"Mo . .t e ....4m ootle.nlag bookg rq, ,al soughet fo. "Itvery, hlpp'-- Io with firm.
WMbMrs.ase dr on art ooks with sasg as. fnvenms her how, as ld Foi r P msiness a"nd gp just
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WASHINGTOH, Nov. 25 (UP) ca.e ."the o 6A.
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. Talbott today overruled an u=t9M t 4'
Jr Force board that found a nato t
young reserve officer a security' Lthe,
si because of his famay's al- Ar. ." ,."
eged Communist connections. Talbot axid be was
Talbott said the officer, tat Lt. "the rpuiue" of the
ilo J. Radulovich "If a.t3D n associationo .wtth b
my opinion, s security risk" and not auch s .to make her
authorized lis retention in the ties and belief the d
kr Force Reserve In this case."
A board of three colonels at ,
elfridge, Mich., Air Force Base "I am also convinced
recommended Oct. 13- that Ri- record does not support the
ulovich be discharged from the clusilon thaa Lt. RLdulo a'S !
reserve as a doubtful security er has engaged in attle
lak. such a type as to bear
the decision In this case,"
Chief charges against the added. .
haiscs students at the Univer-
ity Of Michigan were that his Radulovich testified at ,
either had subscribed to a pro- Ings on Seat. 29 and Oct. -
ommunist newspaper and his his father, a disabled auto
siter marched as a picket in er born in Serbia, was ma(
communist demonstrations. Communist
Maj. Gen. Richard A. Orus- Raudulovich had been ofM
enforf, commander of the 10th ed a chance to resign his
ir Force with headquarters at mislon without publicity.
eifridge approved the board's chose to fight the charges. Agl..
ndlngs. reservist, he Is not 6n
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Household AuIomobiles sy- ba- a &*AtS 01sgs1
GF A E' ".'. -. ,..u re.. .. h.1 Qu.I M t hope. Le e,'w g .
L n,n g la .,e ,." el,. 8 L L 0 1tl1-111. u 195 ,1 OrriS M minor 4 -
Crooblac. Pe.,,e p.. Houe tk. u, r Ex. Co '.. Sigle b. d a nd OR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic
A.crb erngo. Pe.r,,oanr lre. crnea" of drawers. Coll Centrol Avenue "K" Skreet corner
FA. SMngo Bai.o Pn.a 3-0,.02 Telephone "-3479. Ponornao.
dnir-g E e. orc,. -.E.., Y. i;FFLERS t r 1941-48 Chevrolet. DANCE MUSICI
celr, e pr. '61 t S tit l 14.. 1 3 '.,- Ba 1 1938-48 Dodge try
A. Apr. N,:, I ri 3. 9! I4 rll-n.cu U e 1 lo and Chy Il 8e0 ,,1,hll ,sa .ety
AA 4 No 1 rrJ ar.Id Mercury onJ S,..aig-lter
;QR SALE -r ,OJ'... e,,e.ar, b;,nid- 1939-,, jId.noble. Pricd frie, Feoat,....I American
60 x . i,;L'. E cond.'. o Lgh ,,.,,le I l...gl co". Jo.e F... c Ia o 0 o Ave. No. 39 el. 2-1282.
set. Pr.ocp' ? .,. It m1 ,ple .el- ,, t o b. Rev' ii eu bid%, in triplicate, will be
tee. 2 n'-oplc e,.d jrt,. tao olhLi -"f En.
htee. rcd -.o.d r,-i r.. e o1ha -SALI - iv Mercury HardJ receeJ ii the otfJcf of the En-
ho.d J .. l ., I ,,p gr.) ar ,ack very low g.reer,.,g land Construction Direc-
31 ~.l, n4 -, n, R .,,j -. n, ,e am,,o,n',ctiC traonmissibt br,' Panama Canal C ny, Bal-
31, a ,e ,. ,. ,, ,. g ,.; I.c e .rne. $2,200.00 bsW2 He.,h.s, CanalI one, until
o -- 4 Curudu, after duy 10 00 Decm r 1953,
OPR SALE u i Retr.ger ,,ur. and theA p<,bIcly opened, for fur-
$165 0 0 'c ,: '-.. 4 L,-,"e," ,rl.ng all plant, tools, equipment
$95 01 1. ,1pe urer Ulnder--ud ,,t< SALL .adilloc 1951 "62" 4- Ibo,, services. and materials alex
2' IU Tel. I P.r,o,,,.. C.ojr R & H- I .LUG0 rles Excel- cep. cerlU~. Pinoma Canal Com-
'- - .. ,J IL ler.t corld.ri.n, $2.9..0 00. Albrcok poan furr,..-,ed maftrials), and f6r
De.FOR SALE. -- ubic -.3. per'orm.ng alol work for Exterior
1 30.0,-. NPi-.',1 L 51- L 'r< SALE Old.mobile Hydramot.c. Painting oi Buldings ins the Cpnol
W* Vadrobe. 2-. .i Cuton,: rdu. 8 C m.les. 2529-C, Co- Zone. For,-. of propoilso. wpecifl-
W Jrobueilt rihogor., I.i-,. U' col o le, colons. o'Jd full particulors may be
bu h e Uobtained Il.cm the offipo f the
anl'" one ow". Telephone Pnamu'FOR SALE 1951 Pontiac good con- Contract cnd Imnspection Diysion,
; -35 18_ d|ri-,l. iu tone. Curundu 83- Room 343. Balboa Helogft. iTel-
FOP. SALE --Beani.rul ihree .*h'i. ''c __ __ phone 2-3739 or 2-2698). Sci-
S dol port. bra-.d rne., Cl..eW- OQk SALt 199 GMC 2 1-2 Ton ficalions and drawings will be is-
.ag.. one 9 x 12 ont 3 c. e- Truc The rexas Co. IPenomal Isued .on g deposit of $2P.00 pe
quirste Chinese furnture,. double Ir Tel. 2.C620. Ponoma. ser. Deia.ir will be forfeited if
S (be' ,ih nner.[,r,t ..,z -.--- spec.licatinit aid drawings are not
Slady desi. dresser .,ih exira o R SALE -1952, Pick-up in per- returned O within 40 qplendr da ys
rg m,.rc: L C Sml -, sperlt- le t cr, ndit.on. Telephone 2-2064. tter op.,,ing of bids.
e, So ,n.,n seoo ,,d. beCulti, l 8. P.'i.n Jjdn GabriellAmegilio. . .- .---------
dav Erglh.h .h.rn, cl.r- I.ke new: FO SALE 5 .- Coah 1950 Pontiac. PRE-INVENTORY SALE: Brand
e'ecirc ccree percolalar, b -anJ J nar.erble. tine condition. 8 .cylin- new sloandard 30 gdllon heaters.
new Com"nur.v l'aer set: *ool der. hsdianalic. Equipped. Cheop former price $150.00 now reduced
ond camel ha.r lady s heavy look ,692? to S115 00 for the month at De-
size 36 m-ade in Fnglord. brand- -- cermber only at Hernanot Wright
new. ALL PEAL BAR(AINS. Quar-FO S,LE-1951 Plymouth seda A Colon R PWrgh
tert 2068-C Fourth S e:. Curun- Ste lng cheap Call Sgt. Chose N. A. Colon. R P.
do. Phone Cuiur.'u, 7149 C. 0. Club Ft. Amoar 82-6132 Hae vyou seen the beautiful applite.
S. "- .ore 4,. 1. shec, orig.nol and econaiirol.
TOR SALE; -- L,,;ngrom furniture o- ..-- t -- c- rc;.t--- i- I t1'-"1^ *t "L4 WPo '_
conisiting of-ambeisdanegFOR SoLE: 50 1111 'a 4 o t e Pl
thi-e lar.e :hart nat;e mohogay WI rOes, ,0redlo, tr
cot4ee icble Gcud malcli..ngl en r 3-718 .--- JUNGLE JIM JAUNT
tables with lamp : 8 x 10 Chinese T
rug, the lot for S:'-O 000. Cci Co FOR SALE DARIEN
nol Zone 2-.1905 or doplh % 282 Spon.ord cy Hotel El PonArnE
Mor-s-n ST. D-oblo. Car,Ql oe -otts &' Motor 3 Full days Leove Friday. Dec. 4th,
FOR SALE-- cu fr es tr toue --- 20 Ax toop-roy return late Sunday. oafremoon Dec.
rfrper or 25 CV). Ho .e 2810'-3 0S Le:ine. nely plated and oth. Fihinj through Readl Islands,
,A. Co-ol,. Tel No 1.- e1.',Sng'
.2_.... T. N corrolkely overhauled, sails and ',sit the pr.n'ltVe Choco Indians,
S SALE -Three matching pieces. all equupr.unse Call Navy 3544. bP e Ctocodila cruise laup the a -"
llbuRiver. board El Panama's Pay-
;Wilol seporotely. glass tro e ador
-lbinet, large buftetL small buffet 't e ED, TO U i raU. c 'othes comfOrtbiU
,lron;n, boo,. 2 <4ftarlaol ,N.to]W INi E I ./ U DU/ I althassi KWET TOU
,2 tc. tobes,, chet-o-drawefrs.,---- _- -shoes, '- DONT FORGET YA
king ch..i: 4 Misc. cl"irs,.;WAN EDDTO OBUY :-ViCL -. "Mue- AiERA'.
.rd,;he'. 2 piflol dunngroom tables bleria TuMn "' Nb. 200 Central j-r ressatlbn. phone Jungle Jitt. at
$'with 4 chrs.. Tel 3-3U89. Avenue. anma 3-10460, or see your Travel
NOR SALE -Metel dirnig i)e., grey WANTED yu.-r refrigerotor oas -- --- -----
with 4 chairs $95 00 G E Deep, tiode-on- a new CrdAl Shelvo- sled bids, in triplicate, will be re-
Free-e. 60 Cycle, 2 eors $29'j -, dor Cyrno-; TIhofti eMing. 2- cived in the office ot the Engineer-
00 Chid' table, mahogany wl 193. ig and 'Construction Director,
..2 choaur, $12 00. Kichen toble, WArN'fED.-2 wheel pne atilic tire 'Panama Conal Compony. Bolboe
'oak. $5 Op. Piano. Bae,%.th. Spli-ert car trailer. Phone Cristobel 3-2361 Heights, Canal Zone, until 10-00
''$27-00 Hou'e 29, Los Cumbrer 8 to 4 only. e. m., Decenber 23. 1953, and
o11,ce Tel Panaano 2-2u - -- then publicly opened. for furnish-
)R. SALE:-Leaving country, must. Help Wanted 119 ll plant, tools, qupment,-
.sell furnIture. bedroom, I.,, groom ,Losr, services, and materials, orid
dmangrMom. porch, bars. wo'-hrnc WANTED:-An excellent'dook. Ap- fqr performing oil work for relay-
machine, hearer. olamps rcd,o %.c- ply 10069. )0rh and "11th Stt. g of t.le roots' for quarters at
otrdla. Bridge tables. chars. Srgt R,.osevett Aven,,e. Colon. Bolbqa, C. Z. Foam, of proposals.
sewing machine 44lh Slreet, No. .- --- specifications, and full oortgulars
30 upstairs Tel. 3-092. may be obtained from the office of
--- -- T B Ithe Contflhct nd inspection Divi-
FDR SALE Muir sell practical Iq a on. Repr 349, Balboa Heights,
new d.nngroom., hall. drdaing l fo is iTelephqne 2-3739 or 2*-26981
room, co.r.plee que.1 rCOmn. indiji- ecificalions and drawings ore not
dual EoQV chairs oirloom cushion- issued on a deposit of $2000 per'
ed Beout.ful rugs Swedish China, A collectlioi of 30 or the finest .et. Oeposit 'will be forfeited if,
.*Glasiware floor and table. Lamps styles pilulLshed in America specifications and drawings are sol
mu be ee e eeno be appreciated. dur tle at year by Maitllil returned within 40 calendar days
Phone -.98. Office hour o:-e:y, Inc luded among the f_ 'l f opening of bids.


: bu.ks plac.'d it citculation dur-
ly Council the pasi week by the Canal F SALE
.U1i 4 U H IIHIZone Iluraly.i O RS ,ALE-
I The beat American Stories ..
l*Mf S-uit, To. Ura 1953,"' includes stories by writers _______ i
Nr o S JUII t To IW with repuLatiout made and those OR- SALE: r12 guage Reminton
i i repu..iiions in the "aakiiin .P pp tihi un, $40.00. 551 -0.
.-j i .(,a i ,--M MIs Fdley., annual edllection is] D _bk. 2t-or6.
a untine c.jintribition to Amer-, -- ~
a. I t ,a ra t ur. oSAL L. .- cycles girls and bno.
*MART.INEZ, CaUt U .6 'Irte complete list of nes, TUkulelb.Z Elecltric Pony, 2
" ., --8 ed 9 1. rI d o.' 0:. rtd --their:-, uthors.. n-. I years o61 with saddle. Small di*-
of-e ont o tS etify',LooJ.t d U h the Ilary th t s ndad ngs. .House 754-B. Bo-
Caoneil. said today he -ila tltink- wdtk follows: a, --
about filing a ta tpayer" a. o'lil lk lenets: The Storv 01 -,P SAL E---nger sewing oot im-
to force the federal ov- 'the foroiutaiun, Cnurclnilli and rrhne., iarA, Uprght Grand. Tel-
erament to fence the Contra'Thell Natliral WiipeioriWy or 91 S. Colon.
i..oia" Canal. WuAimen, Asalcy.-Muntaigu.
o ever. Conti a id1 he Hi" ApIileCs hl .a : .lecyclopedia PANAMA. CANAL COMPANY
tap no action. upil Presildept iiitace-active Agent, Sit- OBFiRS MIOICAL SUPPLMI
illnhower answers a personal 'ey. FOR SA. '
pmal-, fron Warren And rson. Fine Aria: Block Printing on Sealed bids. for open.ng in public,
t erf 4 3-year-old boy who Faorti&, Pi"Lt, ania Best Blports 11 be received until l 10 30 A. M.,
a In the canal last week1Str'ies ot :-a. Ml.brati. Deceminber 3. ':S53. in the office of
tI Tralael. tlolins as & Hiaior): Super.niendrnt of Score'houes. Jgal-
* W.the appeal falls through Tit Ore&t L luiJili. Weaw, a rdI. f lea ofMedical Suppbles. o-
VCaLt jaid "I will institute a Memloirs Vuli l-hipn. cp'ed t ct-on "E", Balboo Store-
tal ,yer'j suit against the gov-i kction- U.laatea, Cain: An'house. Invita1.on No. 33. wllh fwal
erimaent in my name and the Epitaphi lo Luve, C.'lewc.; Llie p r&' "cas. moy be obto.ned from
magne of 't.e citwins or Contra Lai ,ti i ILig tiunKir'. Deluaiii: the above .o-Jrce. or from the office
Capta County." pouiLAle in Liea,h, Uiew:; ernor of Superantendent of Storehouses,
eonti said he has more than Lurtis in Utinefs. liunteenas; elephal 2-18.15.
AOJM00 aignaLureq~to a petition be 'Ahe "clautiter o0 Bugle Ann- FOR SALE;r,-1w modern mahogany
3 circulating for executive ae-: KtanLor: atid 'the Man Without beds.& comtpe. 1$200. Ieckwith
tk% to fence the cahal. QualltUe., Musa. Spinet Panb. 5385.00; 3-weI
Government oflisalka estimated --" P-- d i 0;or Imp, O..~cooier, $80.-
it would coet 2 1-2 million dol- I06. seg aehfne, $35.00
to fee the canal for its Croup Convinced 'h"a% dreiser, 530. House
4BmLea. The section where the .754A. Dlebl Sibert St. and
Al tOn tov drowned is tene- C N ; Walker Avena. ofter 5 p..m.
d nw but the fence ba b Soeen me NO Juveniles
Sin pla.e. PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
N Anaersons announcedAre Delinquents own or mUIT AMN
er tha they would move- to, *UNt SAL
odOre., becaue.-"we meant NEW ORt.LANS. Nov. 5 IUP) Seaedbids, for opening pbc,
stad Calhlornia any more." A city creationn arou) look 1ll be received until 10:30 A. M
S. Ino into uvenlle delinq'uencv De.ember 1 1953' in the office.


was conirliced today thi some Lujerinten4ent of Storehause,
.New Oil-anm juvenilea were boy' for sale of Royal and Un
delilqli.nts. "od typewrilers, electric an tig
j The groiD met last night to dding mcines, comptomt
consider th-" question. '"Is Delhi- culltors.- chmek proaec'e l
,quency ReAjUy a Problem?" graph mnech;,e, pri
4tter the meeting, thev found hr. la, s dim
out. UfidenMtfied juveniles had Ai fl
r 4 tlilBar automobiles parked itles, lerIied iee s
outside of $161 and some mpd- tIblb S e e,
:mMaRr p .bes. Invitelle
e more serious than prbtaed rfrW
W.,"6l0se4,"s aid one commit,'.from 01,0e
4e mqrne.


RESORTS
's coMt oo. One mile post
0 .Sntq Clrq. PleoM brn you,
nT !o Phn alboo 2-1866.
WILLIAMS' Sont Clarao Beach Cot-
tol.Lor. comfortable, modern
none Blboa 3050 except
weekends.
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electric refrigeration, gas stoves.
moderate rotes. Phone 6-441 oi
4-567. I
PhiniM. Oceanside cottages. Santo
Cidra. Box 435. Bolboo. Phone
Peadoma 3-1877. Cristobal .1-1673.
House a on beoch, Songo Clare. Also
in COOL Campprw mountains
Phone SHRAPNIL, Balbo 1389
or see coraloker therpr.

FOR RENT
House I
FOR RENT.-3 bedroom furnished
chalet, not water included. Several
Qthec cottages and apartments also.
Phone 3-4871. I


FOR RENT
Apartment
ATTENTION L. -. Jupt built modern
furnished apartment. oMe, t w o
bedrooms,. hoat cold water. Tel-
ophane Ponomo 3-4M .
ALHAMIRA APAAIMINT d
Modrn 2. 4 and 5 r gbo furnished
or unfurniihed. Alhombro's Office
8061, 10 Oth Stret, Colon. Tel-
lphon 1186.
FOR RENT:-Furnished chaft., East
43rd streel- livingroomn dining-
roor. 2 bedromte etc., Telephone
.0622: g "
FOR 8ENT -fPlhW fWudAd
gneo edroorn eprtivern (31 Con-
gejol nex El Ponaoma Htel. For
rental to purchosa of furnishings
Phone 3-5477 fon oppeiOtment. 4
to 8 p. m. .
FOR RENT-Furnished oaprtment 2
drooms. corner Fedjrico Boyd
2 47th St., vd* Atbl
FOR RENT: Furnished amtmnit.
Two bedrooms, dining roolsttlIn
roagmri, private bath. ight street
1 No I 11th P que Lefoyre.


bedrooms. Perry .Hill, Second street
Nd.-. kl .- Teliphoiav -2894.1
FOR RENT:---ompleteiyi fumrnshd
* opotmdn, one beh m, lr
diningroom, kitchen, garage. Co-
Iomba Stieet, Tel. 2-0065. 3-
0743.

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Two ceparefe block 4ibs
lots for the price Qf Ate.
2 bedfam, Ir, bath. ktal
porch, Completely fumls
housq, 1 bedreem, Ifrg i
klg Morn, 4xith, tche W b
room and carport, templel
nrilhd, tiled throughout,
houe, used as stomroom
trees, property fence # m
to beach.
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W BM G N, Nov. 25 (UP) shoe and churches cua do to
I- Nrcntpr Comn*- W fight llUcit use of naroticse
8a10r fl-ry J. Analinger testi- and other forn f delinquency.
,.* y 0 iat an upsw rgj .IR r, o*f the
e~ iwcotls tanffc r at
B O=B to a flMd of heroin TlsaQki.u._ h o
r:-. in OMBm. .ack
Sa d the it flow s Y yun feel
f to stem because it IsA isTa re of W the
u almost "an indlvi- 04 War **,"foars, 4 com-
i He Indicated, with- lmW ~m
oetal, that mu- InsWtdotruancj Inan "ax-
I trade alw l d _
r contrated the Wiet MiLLEiT ..,
c B oto a drop in tWen-
a. lo eneraly. Be ree-
Sas aonate iubcom- A Par
MtRnve -tin Juyennled- d "EAa ver Not Par-
9 t- stiff erpenalties *It .._, Virls L?
t dd by congress for noar. r an excepBtional woo-
sad JudaleS could help never discusses your rt
out the lVoV'" racket if do sn s with her women nAds.
y WI "throw th book" at he has never exchanged a gift
.i i u J(aig laws, have iven her,
+ _l~ge^.li ^'U ]ave a not left you pick out
Iiuddlilz RInnyL strictt' ne tiA but admires
Slsue new ae.
er ru trff never a t notice whoi
o %%y *, dteared" In hLj. avehd a haircut.
l~ .W f';V started to *'- mseve brags abo w b
thie.o hi at peddle. n her fnM d' hbadsm are.
I oee nine sd tby w i fkyW uy that Jobak
tle o hadine numerous offe- ry a new fur at m rwent
oWPhil ladelphia,Do- y when your birthday prseet
hlc'ago, NeOrleans, y wa a dozen tes
Seaefn Dtiese, Houston and lets You iv te rto
.o. lteorwhen a yon out
dI& l akna offenses In- o hadn't add i cor
oan .youths dro y e' or peifeati what
W 4._ In 1951to 3=141&15
c iHted It to the er back-seat avws.
"tet int In nrco ticA 0 abys an inexpehshve, dressI
atttf:UAiqte Wn e cammlt No can trd intead id th ex.
p .robeme t*e mS5 e s rme .
years Ms a b fir Mdftl' *4 1
B* 11r t She always consults w 7t Yom be-
s tae accepting an Invltation for
s ,O u wlnprbd nfoleoet
ar*Ti at t* sMtae levLi' She as concerned with the
Sthfe heroin nauf- pr6bems yiu face at 4I eie
.ie no 3, asts Keufaver A is with the W ems he
1D- 5,* who beaded t.lId face at school.
Crime committee, Anallnger said ecan sendyoU 4 a a.1.
the- e- e Iunta "open- i p without ma
l- t fs, cOure" guilty for nh wer her
mu it cusoers." isn't afraid to be alone atr
He a0ld Mexico is the prin1cal e often cooks y- favorite,
source of marijuana, but th l., even though'sbe ,M 't like
Mexicad govrment tries tq herself. .
break l.,the w operttonm. When you start to en your Ia-
*AQi er l that a Pal; story to Swab she latens
IsK her t. etran hough sue has never heard it
making deflniu ep3ogred ge
at ome of these rings" but thai If that's the kind of wfe you've t
Oa nea are likely to spring t you'd better w ang on to her.
Sas fast as old ones are ap She would b harder to replace
,*reheafas.- o than the mqe~ftefient seeretry.
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today's hand, South wpuwd have
landed in the red lnlt. It's hard
to blame West for picklag a
trump lead from hia sMid hold-
ing, but this lead gave South a
chance to show a profit. -
It wasn't exactly a free chance
that South got. for he had to'
lay the cards to perfection tol
land on the right side of the
ledger.
East discarded a diamond or
the first trump, and South wnni
the trick thoughtfully. It w. s
evident from the mstet that
care was necessary. imbt led a
Ibw club to dummy's queel and
then cashed the ace of cluss.
droppinI the nine from his ow,
hand.
The Idea was to ooax West to
ruff an early round of clubs, but
West shrewdly refused to rur.
Declarer led another club to 1..
king, but West still refused to
ruff. (If West had taken hk:
trump trick early In the form of
a ruff, South could h've regain.-
ad the lead. drawn trumps, an-.
taken the clubs.)
When West persisted In his re-
fusal to ruff. South simply led
he four of hqart* from .is
hand. West bad to take his
trump trick while dumy still had
a trump West Ifomotly led the
king of diamonds and followed
It with the ace of diamonds, try-
In to shnrten declarer's trumps.
but South discarded a low spade
Instead of ruffling;
There was now nothing fur-
ther for West to do. If he led a
thIrd ditand, di l Vtwid
ruff. (This was the pobt of
my qould /stnkeep a trA p.j u
West led a spade. South would
take the aceo ospadea.-draw te
rest of the trumps, and thly.,
run the clubs.
South would have lost his co-
tract. of course, if he had led a
fourth round of clubs when to
trat three rounds of cipbs welit
Through, West would have be n
hoppy-e ruff a fourth club. f
then dummy would be dead. A -
"r ruffln,. West would lead batk
M other jrmp and Just wait ftr
'I deMan side to collect a
mMM nd two spades.


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The Officers and Mnlpers
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THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS, C. 2.

Invite you to the
DEDICATION SERVICE

of their new

CHURCH HOUSE
(Located 627 Anoon Blvd.)
Wednesday Evening Nov. 25 7 p.m.
open house following service
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to enjoy our
wonderful. old-fashioned
&/anHsgiving Oinner
from 12 noon in the
air-conditioned BALBOA ROOM
LuCHo AZCARRAGA At the organ
and from 7 p.m.
JORGE FASOLA'S Orchestra
Children's portion 1 2 price
Turkey will be carved at tables of six or more
Call Max, Maitre d'hotel, 3-1660
for reservations.

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FItF POR A KING-This portable aluminum "palaceI ts being exported by a London, md,
Arzt for use as a hunting lodge by King Saud, of Saudi Arabia. Each of the two prefa
buildings can be erected or dismantled within an hour and transported by camel


ILEMMl ALONE!-Tony Marvin Schofield, 3, angry and afraid, screams baby-size impreea-,
lions, at his feathered tormenter in the yard of his Steelville, Mo., home. Jon L. Schofield, watering
from the. window, came to the rescue, but first snapped this backyard drama. Tbny promises he:
will never chase a barnyard fqwl again,.


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Dale Sherwood Coc k I e, 17- ROTC Drif and Rifle Team and
year-old Crist6bal High School the Pho! o rar .an oL Ra I
senior has" beent.nominated as Clubsd. iM Mr.o and
the principal candidate from the Mrs. C Al A-ts of Balboa.
Canl Zone for appointment to Mr. Hald ia tiplOye o the
United States Military Aca- Dredging Divbn.
t my at West Point. The nomi- Secoud alterma La I a
nation was made by Governor J. as nlter Ia 4 flailfh School!
8B Seybold following the recom- a memberof J.tr ROTC for,
mendation of the Committee on mer P aridt tie ot homore
Appointments. .Classm Man leUve r ast
The first, second, and third al- several school activity commit-
ternate candidates for the ap- tees. He laI AO of Mr. and
polntment also have been nomi- Mrs. fl e M. Lee Balboa. MrI
mated by Governor Seybold. They Lee iE a lMark with tbe
were Charles Albert Hand of Bal- Canol t l aerticse
boa High School, first alternate: Thir faiet Co a mem
Kenneth Richard Lee, of Balboa bar of the I and la on the
Weigh Sohoql second alternate: squal of 00 t e am of
td Lawrence Carpenter Cox of Cristobal H 1 coo. He 8
Crist6bal High School, third al- son of Mr.a M. RIthardt
ternlate of New MQia oz t 02 ze-
The principal candidate is a ctitve Ailla t oftB e of
Cadet Commander with the the GOeeral M anug of the
tOTC and a member of the Commissary Divltaon at-Mount
Band and Orchestra of Gltst6bal Ho d were v
High School. He is the son of Mr. e andteswere given
and Mrs. George D. Cockle of local amn at it the B-
New Crist6bal. Mr. Cockle is an boa High. U o.i -ly In Nov-
employe of the commissary D-mber. Last were in--
vision at Mount Hope. tervewed By C abern of the
In the letter announcing the Committ. on Alitents at
nomination Governor Seybold Balboa teigbht leu by Cap-
wrote: -tain Frank A. Munre U..N.
"it gives me great pleasure to Marine Dlrect.o. of e Panamai
inform you that I have nominat- Canal.
ed you as principal candidate The prtn~t&t~A ddate and
from the Canal Zone for ap- the three altrfa. lbe re-
pointment to the United States ouired to take tcI ary Aca-
Military Academy as a adet. demy u l N examinations
"You are to be congratulated during 1M j4.
on the fine record you have
achieved in school work and in p
school activities, I wasM rticu- Ka& A S
larly impressed by the .cowing r
you made in your examinations
and personal interview, and I H., 4 0
am confident that you will exrt .
every effort- to contifum yr
outstanding work wheStyou he Your Col. i tv.uu" Station
entered the Military Aedemy."
First alternate Charles Hand
is a senior in Balboa High WherItm d4 o, o.
School. He is a member of the
P---P esnts I

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The Coctcha Stable's vastly improved Argentine I I T m n
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row's featured seven furlong $750 Thanksgiving Day __-
Handicap foi class "B" imported thoroughbreds at Unbeaten Isidro Martinhe anj
the Juan Franco race track. classy Pedro Teals, both of Go-
-]on, today spolQed up their
In his last two outings, Relam- 106 pounds plus the usually alert training programS for their
pago II galloped to ridiculously and hustling Rolando Lopez Gil scheduled ten-round Isthm:an
easy victories in which he caus- should give the fast starting 126-pound 15-round champida-
ed the wise boys to sit uo and British horse an excellent ship bout Dec. 13 at the Colon
take notice. Tomorrow he will be chance. Chingri's beat races thus Arena.
forced to pack the crushing im- far have been on muddy tracks. These boys headli *an ea -
post of 126 pounds but the "ex- If the stpip turns up sloppy or cellent four-bout program to
perts" are still sticking by him. heavy, however, the horse to beat collect funds for the ootr .c
The four-year-old bay son of will be C'oq Au Vin. This horse tion of a public Ilbary in Co-
Condalsold-Media Rienda is sure improves 100 percent in the mud. lon.
to get plenty of competition from The more ."goo" the bette. The Martinez-Teals clash is a
Don Antonio Anguizola's classy All In all, therace shapes up long and eagerly awaited con
Irish filly Scythia, Don Pio de as an' interesting event. It has long and eagerly awi c
los Casares' stout-hearted An- all the earmarks of a probable test, Thse boys have waded
olia, the Stud Montelimar's mud- thriller, through the local ranl with
moving C'oq Au Vin and the. Another point of interest on consummate ease. o8th have
speedy Chingrl. tomorrow's card will be the fifth defeated the same fighters more
Last Sunday Anglia gave Re- race for the l9wly Class "I" im- or less with equal dexterity.
lampago II a good run for three- ports. Unbeaten native thor- Thus far, Martinez has manage-
quarters the distance with the oughbred Riqul seeks his 13th to keep his record ~can while
winner giving the Cuban mare consecutive victory Itf his first Tesis has tasted defeat twice.
only five pounds. This time An- attempt against imported horses The two losses sutred by
glia will be getting a 14-pound The two-year-old gelded son of Pedro have caused h qeo les-
advantage In the weights 126 Supreme Sir-Fair Portia is an sening of press tite. e ws first
to 112. almost unanimous choice to.keep beaten by a VehesMpeas wel-
Chingri'4 light assignment of his win streak intact? terweight in a ine-sid ed
match because the Caracas
fighter was more tha ten
pounds heavier thaiUWest. His
Carter's Unorthodox Style second defeat i trer
against highly rated Corky
Gonzales.
GiL A g B Wl H pThe other bouts on the Dec. 13
Gives Average Bowler Hope card include a six-ro m-
final between Kid Chotate II
Sand Lupe Pancho at 128 pounds,
NEW YORK. Nov. 25 (UP) a four-round prellilhary be-
Don Carter, the bowler-of-the- tween Battling Ski and Joey
year, grew tired of riding buses Sande and a four-rouid open-
as a shorstopping pitcher Inl ing bout between Manny A-
the Athletic's chain. brams and Young Gittbns.
Carter, originally out of Well-r.
enthusiasm for bAseball dropped '
with his weight. 8o he decided '
to tak,. lbowlin q artniulv In St Cricket News


Louis.
Carter. who now makes his
home in Detroit. developed a
very peculiar crouching delivery.
Veterans recommended that he
change, but when his. aver age
dropped he decided to stay with
it as long as it was natural for
him.
This comes as a relief to av-
erage bowlers who have been
twisting themselves uncomfort-
ably in an effort to follow the
"How to" documents put out by
various champions.
-For years instructors have
been preaching the pendulurn'
swing, which simply means keep-
ing the arm straight during the
backswing, thus causing It to
swing freely from the shoulder,"
says Ned Day, who for years had
a lease on the match-game title.
"Don throws this rule out, 'car-
ries' the ball with the elbow le Carter
slightly crooked throughout the --
entire back and forward swin%. HIS OWN Don Carter doin
"Thousands throughout he HIS OWN Don CArter dont
land, who have been fighting 'o what comes naturally. (NEA)
lick this so-called 'fault,' now
realize that there is truly hope At-Star Tournament at Chicago,
for them after all." has rolled three perfect games.
-oOo- in sanctioned league play. He is
Another individual charac- one of two men who have rollect'
teristic of Carter's is that he 12 straight 200 games in Amer-
curls up the small finger of his ican Bowling Congress Tourna.
right hand" instead of extending ments. This is a live record with
it in the conventional manner, Carter requiring only a 200 In
thus causing the fingernail to the first game of his 1954 ABC
rest on the surface of the ball. in Seattle to hold the record by
"Don also employs an extra himself.
long slide and goes into a deep He was the first of two me
crouch in his final step just to roll three consecutive 190
prior and during his delivery," totals in the ABC All-Eveltsl
points out Expert Day. scored them In the last threat
"He sort or 'pushes' $he ball tournaments, as did Cleveland's
away rather than Iher io gor Steve Nagy. The All-Events i
throwing delivery of entfrelyv based on the aggregate total of
orthodox bowlqra. Because of the nine games, three each in
this 'push' he devejops callous the team event, doubles and saln-
On the palm of hi h m ti- gles.
mediately below the i.n x fin- Don Carter does not recor-.
ger. This is exceptionally un- mend his unorthodox style, but
usual." it is pleasing to the average
-oOo-0 bowler to know he scaled thea
Carter, who defends the heights doing what comes na-
matchgame championship in the turally.


Atlantic Side cricketers have
settled down to serious training
for the visit of a Jamakan tean
in December.
The Atlantic Cricket League
selected the following players to
form the Atlantic all-star squad
from which will be chosen the
Atlantic AH Stars and the AttAn-
tic Colts who will play agatost
the Jamaicans: C. C mlth, A.
Hewitt. H. Mignott,. K. Gri ffh
A. Hewitt, P. Harper, 0. Smal"
H. Dunn, A. Drakes, C. DeSot-
za, J. King, E. Walcott, L.
Morgan, A. Campbell J. Brath-
waite, R. Escalona, C. Cot, W
DelSuza N. King, R. Bacqute,
0. Wilson, 8. Harwood, 0. Ath*
erliy. ;. Lypeh, B. Allen, Jv
Gitteni, J. Clauzel, A. Shoy, A.
Critehlow and R. Scott.
Listed as eligibles are: A.
Lynton, T Reece and M. Hinds.
The coaches arc S. Passalaigue,
R. Kyton and J. Baker. Sidney
Hatwood Is the trainer. J. Jos
seph, M. Clark and W. Phillips
will form a committee to check
on the, practice sessions and
games.


The Atlantic Side squad wi
play a game at Mount Hope
Sunday, at 12:30 p.m. A similH
Intra-squad game is schedule
for the Pacific group at La Bu
ca,-Sunday.
A special meeting of the Cans
Zone Cricket Board of Cont.r
wl be held at the La Boc
'Plyground. Monday, at 7:3
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2-Riomar
3-l-Res B
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6--Cro
7-Tap Ltdy
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V. Ordo. 117
J. aravo 118
R. OeTl nI"l
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2-J. Lady A. Mmbf I18 -- eRiRe
3-Paris Midi V. Ordo. 110 ice
4-Jig's Up J. lidal. 112 ly
5-M. Princess Ol.Grail 120 i, beAt these
6-Aprontes B. Aguirre' Mi -a w1liaut out

3rd Race "E Native T Fg. Phwse ; MI Pool eloses:
ONE TWO'.
1-Dixiana A. Enrd. 112 .m~ raling
2-8ouvenir V. Browp 10kx m&.eJdmo out
3--Don Pitin J. Ca4b. 112 shape
4-'Don Qrau B. Agulrre 11 -Ionts
5--Manolkt A. Vas. 110 -a contender
6-(O: Bounm H. Ruiz 99x M farm still
7-(KontUki 0. .tL 108 -i t chance

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2-Siren'
3-Plola
4-L, Lulu.
5-Coran
6-Taponaso
7-Domino
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A. Mena 118 u be in thick of it
C. RuIS to 112n
V. Kam1 Sxt o Indicate
R. Vas, 1 Indiate
V. Rodr d distance
I, Qubrra 102x,--HRatam from long rest
M. Ruiz 100x--Oood rae last week


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I-Cradle aSong A. Vas. 114 -- 51-@t=-

4-Riqu o B. Agukre 110 S
5-Pebetero X Corcho l07x-siun I fractloU


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1-Galante II
2-S-aimo
3-8. Domino
4--ortobelo
5--Invernal .
6-M. Ma Sp
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8--(. Mary
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6-Tilama
7--Apretador
8-Lujoso


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A. Va. 110
,,.Oongo. 112x a of
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NEW YORK, ov I (UP) -
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The 81awiw I JA lto
the brim this when
Maryland got the bid to oppos
Maryl Marynatt. Wst.
Sepforrm tt moldered
f rornonae an'l-tlon"tihe Ter.
sahs will be there botling at
Miam come New Tear,.
Maryland the ly mNpr
undefeated-untled oollegetem
and umber one power la the
-MaUa c wasc after a
apeetal poll of Aelatic coast
SConferepe members. The Ter-
raplns have wdn' 10 games taM
season, three of the Ila peofer-
ene penY. e president of t
Atlantic Co onrence -.
James Penney of the Univeristy
of South Carollna says the
thole of Maryla d wa IIp-
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ant O sahom% has a sa-
s, on's record of seven wins, one
defeat and one tie.


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Along The Foirways
NOTICEj-A O LADY

No tournament b aeheuled
for tomorrow Nov. M. guslar
Lad lDay play win be rimn-
, odi next week.


Hoople Finally Plays It Straight,

S It's Army O er Navy By
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By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLA
Turkey Day specialist
Hail and farewell. zillions of
gentle readers Ia
With the games of Thanksgiv-
Inx Day and November 28, we
reach the" end of the gruelling
season, and I must confess your
correspondent feels completely
brain washed after grappling
with three-dlmenalon figures all
these gory months.
In takIng leave, mhay I ask you
to bear with me for the alight
blunlers committed by my astro-
logie l colleagues, Dr. utenne
Nussbaum asu Prof. Pierre Zlob-
otny. You rejoiced when I gave
you upsets that stunned the
nation a8d confounded my rival
'prognos ators.
In the predictions for Thanks-
giving and Oaturday which I
present fortwith, yoM will ob-
serve a few upsets, but mostly it
la a straight card. My reck-rib-
bed special of course is Army to
nose out Navy by a single point.
This promises to be a Titanic
struggle.


Now go on with the forecast-
ta-ta, and III 15e Y terl
Penn 27, Cornell 7
Col ate I, Brown 7
Detroit 2, WIchita 6
Tex. 21, Texis. A. and M. 14
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* LISBON, Portugal, Nov. 25 "Legt te
(UP) More than 200 workers
groped cautiously t h r ough TWNTT NINTH yEAR
wreckage of Portugal's biggest I"WENTY-NINTH EA
war plant today, seeking victims
of the blast that leveled a wing
of the big factory.
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ed and 300 injured in the blast dVg* (
yesterday one of the worst
in Portuguese history and
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The debris was littered within E5i s g %o f f WI #bU g I WE V P1 iW
land-mlne detonators of the W %06 "IF
believed to have caused the ATLANTA, Nov. 25 (UP) Ad- ntead of ditegrating, look nclud those that some
iloason, making salvage work lal E. Stevenson accused Re more united thanshey-ihave ior heep"
dfflcult and dangerous., publican lieutenants yesterday a long time. On the of acal rights, a
of waving a "red shirt" at for- touchy a f thi on, Btev- *
Eighty thousand square yards mer President Truman and of "We loet an election In 1952, oenMon w hlo lauded the T
the big explosivee plant on taking "McCarthylam away front but we did not lose our vitality rogre o te sou n mprov- -)
n's waterfront an area McCarthy" In the Harry Dexter or sense of mission," e said. Ing the egre' ch, n Korea.
ioson, but workers in other trial candidate cametoGorgia drI cmy g ay elolme, the North.-iama a ttaostnth
Sections of the factory were on te me For my psn theya. a eeome, the Noth.. ..O ests attend
the job todayturninig out arms for the first timeTsinceuhezbe-_
to fulfill $10000,006 worth of came his party's lead i g-Cfige n
1Jest European defense con- and- drew cheers when he dc-
fended Truman's role in fighting
The blast occurred within le called the Republican '.
Aight of four U.S. warships charges that the former Preo- -
Seaded home from Korea dent promoted a government
the aircraft carrier L a k e worker despite a FBI spy report ul l W
S Chaplain and the destroyers on him a "degrading assault' on Ml K II
Dashiell, Dortsch, Gatling and Truman.
aperton. c tic of smearing the d OTTAWA, Nov. 2 (UP) The was not aware that Pearson was of same, ommunit spy rg
The ships, anchored about a Democratic Party as a party government Is expected to an- the target of any responsible as .
mIle from the factory, were not of disloyalty" by which the nounce In the House of Com-- Du~p e country. hi Trnto, ex Commundlt
smaged Republican party kept itsel Inmons today that it will permit Dullea ms de the statements Nlbattt tltey told the To-
Plant officials were unable as power for a generation after erian aur f to ques- when a bout charges'by t she "can
#At to determine exactly how the Civil War. tBlon Igor Go So- David ll ^a member of the remembu" whether Pearson was
-many workers died in the ex- ."Then they called it 'waving viet embassy i about Canadian riituse of Commons. c on a list of pera u abe told con-
V-osalon. Scores failed to show up the bloody shirt,' and th u apy rn that be operating Croll charged that U.S. con- greaional Inves"t*ors supplied
raroll call today, but most of to power even when th ol ON TV When an overflow in the United 8tate. gressional Investiga tors were her with see rmatio. She
tem were believed to be at cles were corrupt, reactionary crowd of reporters and photo- At the game time, the govern- building a "Amear campaign" a- ald alp do dlnot have the litse
home nursing wounds, and bankrupt," he said. graphers attended his news meant is expected to Identify a against Pearson to "blackmail" any Aore. The newspaper sal
"It may take two days to de- "And row, divided, becahled conference at Atlanta, Ga.. "high Canadian official" who, Canada into letting Gousenko be previoual that Pearson a name
tfermine exactly the number of a sou-on questioned
dear," one official said o and frightened, they are wavin former Illinois governor Adla according to Wahigte o aoeL- queatined. wa. on dits.
ea," one official said. not the bloody hirt but the Stevenson found himself back.- s, bran ed the late rry Dex- chairman William E. Jenner earson told the U.N. corre-
shirt-at a former President of ed into a corner. He overcame ter White a bad uri rk be- (R-ad,.) Of the Senate internal spondents meeting that all he
the United States who ham done the handicap by se5tl m- fore former Predent Truman security subcommittee twice has knows about Miss Bentley "Is
STramore than any living man to self atop a televisldn and appointed him to a top spot in sought pelmnision to qtestlc.n what 've been reaatg in the
Charles Tracy Page check the forward thrust of then he continued with the me Intrnational -_Mbneatary Gousenko ti connection with the paps."
0 communism and preserve the m g. Fund.rnal Affairs Minister Le- group'saine flof theHar-
: Al OD blessings of fr~edom for ma- External ry Dexter Wbi11SddW case.
OfFi y Of riiRkind ed to the nation's a4vata g ter B. Pearson disclosed to cor-
The statement brought clap- "by shooting matches and d- respondents at the Untd a- C man Jep R. McCar-
Dies In Florida ping and cheers from a crowd teo potial tuona In New Td at y day hy t-W e nt .
S- estimated by Pol"urely the people ie eniftld woudr take on er -dlicloSGha als
bert Jenkina at 15,000 to 20, e e te etenthhoofn RM dd take on II dsclo4 hem a
Charles Tracy Page. former Stevenson apoke to a aessn o n ve t e fict n t Harry said gover ent tate that eW t
Atlantic Bide resident and re- of the legislature and the u ter- d white and Similare wcaIn the Commony h a Goes ho tMCaa Of .u
tired employee of the then Re- lic from a platform outside the deuaed l d and d. "can go anywhere" ha tItm 'ahaA' "
delving and Forwarding Agency state Capitol. closed aoberry, honestly, impar- Howev; Pftearson it e -m
ny in Cristobal. died yester- lively Demcratio rally. Go w. wIthr e aIon i.I interest, &a se fhethoer he tal. to 4 .- a Xub- 4S
in St. Petersburg, Florida Herman Talmadge introdupd ur y ntd dignity." oan authorities. ,
Sl owing a long illness. He was Stevenson as a man who "hoids f r noted that Democrats had who o mer Soviet a ealt 'o Mirly Mo na
dedication opes for a solemt he d put across part of Eisen- Canadian gove nt wder ws, suppUed Inforaton which .
well-known figure on the fundamentals of the to th h s gram in Con res and heavy police te h in- broke a wartime Communist spy
Atlantic Side for many years. Jackson and Wilson." ,saidthat such help com dictated a Iw to aw r og.
t,:,Page itird In 1989eafter FromAlanta.ttechangwsniwnl co -
Page ctd 199 after From Atlanta. Steveon went after the charges in the questons but was understood Robert Morris counsel of the
o Sears of service with the Pan- to Montgomery, Ala., for a twi te cUn6 he did not care to go to the Senate subcommittee, sa meao
a Canal since that time has day vit with Alaba AI h United States "f security reu- time that it 1 tyi toind it
n making bbi home In St. Gordon Persons. ma v. ,AlSo he WsO OIt wl be advice see sw ow elived Baro?
tersburg. Ihoe St.Gordon defense of Truman, ow with the major s- secretary of 8tate John FOs- Olaer gae om w ary
Stevenn said that defense of Truman, of farm policy, labor ter Dulle said I Washntof tate 0 Ma Mhal at t
Before com g to the Istthmus Ptevidenson said thated the former, taxes. fore trade etrda that attempts by the M cowMPw coi f erence na ti 11
President "revitalized the free am*s forth postponed to an ato sp Dn ,y i tiators to "1esti4 in 1947. w
Mr. Page worked with the Cus- world, restored its will pwwer olmtlta ytrear."tgatorseto U2 l 7 theaIt 'in Trw7.
toms Depaltment in the Philip- fortified its nerve. united s Svso aid the Demcrats Gousenk poseno threato;UB.L OGlasser, a former Treautity passed.
l ste Islandb for 17 years. He was strength, concerted its prpoe d the Demorats, la o. Depaotm t official attled e the
fist employed on the Isthmus -against stubborn Repubria feWed a sm- e S t alaon uder maqde
in 1917 as a clerk with the Re- opposition most of the way-' fere tte P and la s vl vnr to Mas han don til magd gAeqm
ceiving and Forwarding Agency. and led the free peoples n r i L rou i and i s epo- problems. He has been idti- elso r
S t the time of his retirement he their fight against imperialist V rant With Long net of un a he fled In FBI reports as am ber in an. m
S old the position of supervisor communism." l
theeker with the Panama RP4l1- Yet. he added, after President Crimini l Record
A memberof a well-known mil a "new morality" his lieutenants For Burgl ary
Ijtary family. Mr. Page was the have "chosen their weapo'aI Stre Oera ing
son of General and Mrs. John without regard for political de - year-old Panamanian X 9. .
i H. Page and was born in Jack- bate in our own halls or on the wl a e g olce record, who
S on Barracks, Louisiana. His level of political responsibility in h npleted serving a 5- L- A- *.
S Sister, the lat.i Mrs. Francis C. our own hearts and consciences. dai tence in Balboa or
Mrahall whose husband was an "They have taken McCar. ill again face. J
4M Gy General, made her home thyism away from McCarthy. B l ~ tglrtrate Friday after-
Ah the Isthmus with Mr. Page What an end to the great eran noeno, a burglary charge. "
r many years. His brother-in- sade!" .
S lW and sister, the late General Stevenson drew another burst Clatudlt 7. Taylor is accused TWO Nov. th ind ated-he -.'
a tim Mrs. Simonds. were station- of applause when he said: of '"AteMg bachelor quarters -Mp ed atom : e l
S 44 at Camo GaIllard from 1925 "For the love of heaven let us 035 Anon,and tryn tO ,told Meas toY W f
to 1927. root out the agents of this oa- k 1 tWih a bundle of laun- .the il "i. a
: He la survived by his wife Mrs. tanic worldwide conspiracy Ieng to Francia 0 f trha wr .
Marie Page and two nieces: Mrs. (communism) with dignity o0- 1L n- June 10 of this ye
Costllo, wife of Gen. jectivity and justice an 'with e e s 8 rdSar i tgrdate.
LA1eO1 of Fort Amador and some better motive than parti- was dcted during the timgaon b
Mrs. William F. Ryan, wife of san strife that can only serioui- rwgas-l a gail.
SRyan of Montgomery, Ala- ly weaken the United States In
tal evl hat beseges the word." rgar charge will be held Frii rober'
lo s inaStevenson aid the erios day fteoon at 1:30. Ball w
problem of espionage in the set at t40,and Taylor is in jai 4 ]oe hearings
I V t ons NoaL. a government will not be resov,- in datult of posting it. claw-h"

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DEATH IN THE NIGHT Rescue workers extricate the bodies qf
in the wreckage of a single-engine plane that crashed in a den
port, N.Y. The plane had apparently tried to make a Andintg d
haze and had crashed unobserved. The wreckage was discoV-
lifted. The victims, two men, a woman and two children, =. R.


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