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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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01788
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Isthmian ladies with invitations to meet Britoai
Queen Elizabeth during visit here Sunday are b"A
buying hats, gloes and 'oktail dresses, but Ish
who hop a nly to .l.ltwe Queen during by, and give
a friendly "Hi!" sd e e, an still somewhat i
today as to where cbnt.wtmrry out this project.
n. C hope to Irelease their of1i4c
schedule o the Ql 's (Zuactivities tomorrow. All tet'
known so for isat that t will be a lot of cops aroum4.d
The Pnm pretoloffice has issued a
of the Queen'g activities In Panam City Sunday
and in Coln Sunday m ing but the British mbm
day bad lil a mveal about the schedule as

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traffle.
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Qteen'i oar wil toY between
10 and 15 amlles ao6 duating
her ranwia tour.
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some suro.to
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ceec from the dock area
11th Stree and along 1:9 r
Ave. to 8th Street and then to
the Munrdpal Palace.
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The Duke of Bg
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Waiter P. Reuther, pId1nt ot
the CIO and the QIO United
Auto Werkers upion, today
blamed thi Republican admln-
itratlo for a new all-tee high
4ktj~iae reported by the
uB o Labor Btatum will
result in a wape terease of two
reots an a IOr more than
IS 0Ae wers revered be'
UAW am tract provi.
SIon. either said tinA
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OWNUl AND MIJLIIoND 2V THE PANA1MA A|1rt1CAPCID-. 'N.
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a CAsIt AODRwps PAIasNEICAN. PANAMA
. OON OFFICE. 12 170 C'.NYTAl AwvsEik eTUWi *RTH AND 13TArk SRITI
SFIIORN lpReFImENTATIrvrs IOjuOS UA OWERN. INC
I 554 ManiISON AVE. NrW YORK. f117 N Y.
LOGAL mV uMAA
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T" Mail Bex is an open forum for redars fat The Pamea Am~e
me. Lorten are receive *aa fully soad are handled I. 0 wholly confi-
denial amear. .
II you matribute a let te dea't h Imoatlent Rt it Idosn't appear the
meat day. LePten are published in the order receive*.
fPem try It beep the, aIte limited to one page length.
t domiy at Wer weleo is kM in stricwess confidence.
Tki .ewsipepr owss mumn s norw haMllty to dapmeots as epnisems
expssend is leers hm so rend.
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*SPEBSQSA' MAY VOCALIZE ON GOLD COAST
Sir:
I wish to use this mean of answering the SPEBBQBA fan
whd wrote to the "Mailbox" last -week requesting us to take our
SBecond Annual Parade of Quartets to the Atlantic Side .
The work involved in presenting the show was tremendous
and we felt that the added complications of ttsasporthig It to
thd Gold Coast were too much to consider.
S however we have been approached by a civic organization
from Cristoba! which has offered to do all the -legwork' 'It we
;. will provide the entertainment.
Wlth this offer we have tentatively set up a time the latter
p art of January for a one-night stand on the Atlantic Side.
-" ltaser we can actually make it or not will depend on the avafl-
of our quartets. Right now we have two inoperative
116qj tws bFecause members have been called away If we can get,
St ll strength one night for a show in Cristobal or Margarita
Sor. where ever, we'll be glad to go and "Prevent further Cruelty"
tq eEBSQSA fans.
'.Ts his not a promise., it is only a hope. More later.
S. -Fred Gerhardt,
Pres. Panama Chapter, Society for the
Preservation and Encouragement of Bar-
, bershob) Quartet, inging in America, Inc.
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S"" CATS, CABS AND KIDS AAKED TO MUFFLE VOICES '
Sir'. 1argW rtlta, 0. z,
Sa ir ,., .
This Is an open letter to thb peoxlh that may and. 0euldI
S ecognize themselves from the c cited In this letter..f y
Only take this letter without offdn"e and make an hon etortI
to clear up the cases mentioned 'below harmony will a q gi6ore
Sign in the district in question. I
lst-The officer who drives l voUice should be well aware of the fact that a mufflt..is man-
detory on all vehicles operating ;in all residential areas .p:the
canl Zone. '
2nd.-T'he owners of the two very nois dogs_ that .rkekept
'. under their house all day. The 4in created by these Aitaals is
most nerve wracking for they bark at every person that passes
i the house in question. It is my honest belief that these dogs wil
gsuedy attack some child, as they appear to be rather f tiog
i j.:re quite able to jump.over tje fence that Is met.
ru d,-The children on the pteet thQitt age per
I ry noisy In'the mornings. It snot af a&l out of t
*ibe loud and scrapping chatter of small tats to be Il
.- 4th..-Those parents that permit or force their children to
start piano practice immediately after 6:00 a.m. This could be
u4ayed at least until the average person has had their morning
t "cofee.
5th.-The owners of the sundry cats that are allowed to run
Lose at night and fight or romance all night long. The noise of
cats while lhtlag or ah th roea of passion are far from sooth-
ing t the hnma nervouss sya u at all hours of the morning.
6t ib-Thob people that are n training to be the tops as tar
as chiva drivers/are concerned. awful jnis made by sone
ef Margarita' war wa g out Ift hetr cars or official
ttucks la just proof t the American-built vehicle is the most
Wttrdy in the world but Margarita is not a proving ground Atr
Oeeral Motors Corp.
7th7--The roving group of young boys who constantly prowl
ihrouph th ya"Is of tir Meihbors. These children havt no
ralect fbr adults or their personal property. This condition.ea
!oly lead to evil ways. ,
I Pleameremember that there are many of us in our commth.
%that work all hours of the day or night so must sleep,w len .
^, It is obvious that I cannot sign this letter for iU'da -4
body would run me out of town even though they ow .
of the above Is the truth. \
The All Seeing Eye and AU 3iftigW-ak
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By VICTOR RIE[EL
Sen Joseph McCart w Wo"e
name is synonymous wi Itryc.
nine inside labor, W Just
been warmly pra e& by a
union chief with a pasot tfor
the New Deal, a fotnden-t"r
Harry Tiuman and an Intimite
knowledge of what happen left
of center. '
What makes this ratIhe-staAt-
ling "man-bites-dog" newg Is the
fact that this applalise comes
from one of labor's inelat tuwtis
-the song-writing, militant Pdt
Doorman. head of the AML's
butcher's union.
Silver-h'alred, pipe-Nimking
Gorman is hni.'ly one of the
conservatives of labor. Mere
often you find him left ot can-
ter. As I remember it, the last
time I was his gumtw9
munched the world's best
corned beef sandwiches In his
modernistle Chiceao lakef t
headquarters under a picture
of the Socialist's mot yered
hero, Eugene Victor Deb& And
I'll swear that German's vol-
umes of Karl Marx's "Dae Ka-
pital" looked like thb had not
Just been gathering dust.
I was therefore surprised to
learn in the Midwest the otiter
day that Gorman. secretary-
treasurer of the AFL's Amalga-
mated Meat Cutters and-Butch-
er Workmen of North America,
has, as editor and publisher of
the union's magazine, written
the following editorl's
"Is This The Same lJoe?
"Until now we.have'never had
great respect for Senator Mc-
Carthy of Wisconsin. No liberal-
minded person could agree that
hti 'attempts to brand all pro-
gressives in our nation as Com-
munists were anything mcle
than nutkraking.
Ia htGrasceay


"In ifccnt weeks, however.
from L_ t'Ictly patriotic- viev:-
point, we must agree that Sera-
tor McCarthy s doing a most
commendable patriotic service.
"It Is almost upbelievable thqt
some aU,'ImpOrtant secret does-
ments eonce tpag o lehs of
this country col Iat b efall
into the habaa of eplef if s fis-
credible that when. one hih
milltarg official brought such 1-
formatior tO the Intelleia ee
Dept. of the V.., his etate-
ments were pasad oft lightly.
"Senator McCarthy evidently
is on the road towards exposing
one of the-most diabo lial.dplo
Sn IpFe the safety ofrom
has event to ep tcu -
coyene dNot only have our atonm-
I;c ecre*i e* passed on to Ru-
sla, but evidently our newest ra-
dar secrets have also fallen Into
the hands of foreign *ples.
P'If this latest expose on the
pa of Seaiator McCarthy Is
prto.P true, then the nation
ows a a debt of gratitude."
I rupt these quotes from
editorial simply to
hat it took course
b r enee. For on his
n M tInvery head will
of most of his
,1Meq. At about the
a let this go to
0 was offleally
.r McCarthy had
and that the
.-. . tReed the burning
ol pro.t. .h even sponsored
'on the Protestants."
background m a k es
Oormaa' words all the more
*Kaent. They may mean that
sievarthy has cracked the sold
Inveietlalons.
Bt to continue with Gor-
manl' editorial:
"There are too many nit-wits
hatldt high technical podtfons
in OW government and entruted.
wIth rets that should be
kn th o bly to those patriots whe
would ro tect them even with
their Uva.
"I9 lloe pa t we condemned
severity the publishing of pic-
tures- In newspapers throughout
the U.B. of new atomic wegap
o=. Even diagrams illustrating
:ehow tee weapons work wefe
ahown.
"Of course, everyone conclud-
ed that ter was some little se-
aret i at was not show.,
it Is a l to ck up one ltu
amretaet than the whole
blueprLit of defensive wealn
md these blueprints, less the
lttle W adftet, were published.
"To us this seemed asinine and
it tll 4ooes. There can be no
whol3 secret If half of it is pass-
ed oAm to a reading public.
bare sheld be a revamp-
lba ldtpfe personnel em-
U 0, Tipyi" government In
.ap idemoe of our na-
dr ad the day that
t5U *ll~ lll nst but after
lileS m es fird tad

"If a. tuition develops that
,W msaWB ar probable, then we
Isld BW.euosid the per-
nli d.or. a doubt that th


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For AMerleolU solving, thera is one we have left off killing 'and= 111ngkilled. 1
great; thing b o 1 t :0 fiaffQ0r. 1The tighntni At this moment, we should not forget, too, to
Korea Is ovgap, .l.i. ,ddlng of the blood of ea our thanks hath we ha .young men who
our youth ho w 8 .; gfi such a war a was foght In Korea.
It may be laNo EB1i eforr we .J ft a conftlict eOse iwpWae dli not as-.
the Communist: more satils ljM lesr to the bowho t It. Proai
the armed trUecV tBp hve In ,.i !lt heard it calmd' afl unnece-
that, plus our eonoimk ols poll eat general was 1U 'home becau _
we can bear .over lar
It is enough to kno at after Amerc thr
frustrating combat, homes Lcr Means nor ther1* e de-
land are nAo.hn .y trag or..
,rom .the.Defheie b Which-begl. ", to
regret t. form gui.r bn, Jb .. Ye these men &av" to ioyuntry the devo-
SAmericans V_ bea for afietLt l| red Jl the. 'Wh.her her ey thought
prke. But tfu-i ].i .rer Staalemted d- the dndentoo the "why" O it .or not, they
lomatic negpt4attIen f6t s stalemate war that Iot h ravely.. Ad. many .a9lin 1 battle
goes on anda-o gappng e uliveso .thd ymg ,noryd 2lowildOw'
menmihout,.MWE% 1TWNc. jyjligM
Cold war. we have Irnd. can be madening. Ing. And, agah, we utter thank that, for th
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Qreen EUiabeth-
Parties!
We have imported
"Cemicesdoe" oes
at S$4.50
"Caribe"loveM toot
at $3.95

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Takes Union Job For Hunting Family
WASHINGTION, Nov. 26 IUP' WATERTOWN. K. Y., Nov. 26
- Charles Donolle, the Labor *UPj-Mrs. Verna Sherman, 34,
Departments Taft-Hart'.:y law who said she kept a lonely 44-
e pert under former Secretary hour vigil In a parked car wait-
M-'rtin P. jurkin. has resigned ing for her husband and 4augh.
from the government to take a ter to eWjurn from hunting, was
Joi. ith Durkin's union, it was recoverln today in a hospital
disclosed today. Mrs. erman was found in
the car on a hunting trail Tues-
Donohue. an attorney in the day. State police were called by
solleitors fice of the depart- farmer John Sloan. who had
ment io Le e.asLt 14 years. will noticed the rear of the car pro-
bcjnie research director for the truding from the narrow trail
AFL lumber's union on Dec. 1. with thevword "Hel mark ed
He was ,istrumental In help- trunk.
SDrkin to prepare 19 ae Mrs. Sherman was dazed and
Enin UUrK'n 0t prep er d "] u tff ep frnh ow
omendmentf to s isie lanbr-hrn- suffering from exposure.
agement law which d to the aShe told authorities she sat
abinet oai r's" rs 'to nation in the car while her husband
Aug 10 and his return as pres- and daughLer. Patricia,13.I,ent I
of the lbs At that in the Woods Sunday to hunt
Identof he plumers.Att When they filled to return, she
tirne. Durkin charged that Pres- ..e the heater grtr.so-he
Ident Eisenhower had renege-d tie but o theb ranrdown. ba
on a plan to submit tle amend-i Sn bid she d t ttery r dow n.
ments to Congress as the ad- She sad she did not .ow how
tmListratoin's position In the Herhusband and 'daughter
controversial law. who had become lost in the
woods, reached the car just as
a state trooper returned to it
after taking Mrs. Sherman to
E.NW. Scripps' a doctor.


Daughter, 63, =oo (= .
EDINBURG, Tex. (U. P.) Hi-
Dhes In Escondido dalgo County found a way to save
n 5200 a year at a cost of only
$1,500,000. Auditor B. F. McKee,
ESCONDIDO. Calif.. Nov. 26 in making public the county's 1954
iUPI Miks Dolla Blair Scripps budget, said: *This year we allo-
da.ihter of the late E. W. cated $200 for courthouse repairs.
Sci pps, founder of the Scripps- I don't think tf;'. will be necessary
Howard newspapers died at her in 1954." Next March officials
home here Wast night following mov", into the new $1,500,000 court-i
a :ieart attack. She was 63. house.


WHEELED MER'CURY-,
Streaking from office to office
on pneumatic-tired scooedfs is
all in a days work far messen-
gers in one larke Copenhaken,
Denmrk, business., building.
Memos and mail are carried in
the wicker basket- attached to
the handlebars. The fo-sasving
scheme if the brainstorm of a
time-minded execuliv..
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- Albert \Woolon.J 106, it Ar.
vi. ng me.jber of the JUmdon
army was receiving oxygen t*,
day but was reported in "amI"
condition ,t St. Luk3s, H4o6---.
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Npoal for a lung congestion It
nliht. An attendant said- "Mn
sidering his age, his condieon
is good:"
Woolson, who calls himself
"the rear guard for Abe' i*n-
coin's army," was still spry and
talkative. He was f9 drtualmif
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ought to be dropped from our
IMaguage and that Is "exehang-
itn gfts." You hear it a lot a- %.
round Chrlitmas time, one
friend explaining to another
that so-and-so and I always "
"exchange" gifts. Let' "give"
Our *gifts thi year-instead of W
"exchanging" them-which does
not Bound like giving at all. a m bo a
It sounds like making a good
trade. I


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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Household Anto@obfl es
OR SALE-7 cu. ft. Westinohouse Mesellum quick. Mt hope. Leaving ig -, A
Srefrigerator. 25 Cyl. House 2810-j Isthmus... 1951 Morris Minor 4 --
*A. ,Cocl,. Tel. Navy 3113. Door Ex. Cond. Single bed and DR. WENDEHAK medical in.
nattress, chest of drawers. Call Central Avenue `CK 'toet wmer. G
OR SALE:-Three matching pieces Panama 3-0262. Telephone 2-3479, MfirtL.
Ssll separatelybuffet small buffet. FOR SALE:--Oldsmobile Hydramatic, PRE-INVENTORY AL Imnd
Irorng d bo 2 occasional tables. radio. 8,000 miles. 2529-C. Co- new standard 30 ls water,
2 Misc. tables, chest-of-drawers c.oh, after 4. former prime $150 A rwtre fced
rocking chair. 4 Misc. chars. -OR SALE:-1939 GMC 2 1-2 Ton comber only $t1*t r Wrioht
dishes, 2 pillows. diningroom table Truck.The Texas Co. Pnarnaomol S. A. Colon, R. P.
with 4 chaori Tel 3-3089. I inc. Tel. 2-C620, Panama. -l ve you seen the i'."
OR SALE.-Metal dir.ng table, greviFOR SALE.-1952, Pick-up in per- sheets, eri;sn'I em '"m-l
with 4 char $95 00. G E Deep I fact condition. Telephone 2-2064, on display pt '14 P el.
Freeze, 60 Cycle 2 years $295 -1 Panama, Juan Gabriel Ameglio. Control Avenue alletlfu hets
00 Ch-ld's table, mahogany vithCeta_______hl
2 chairs. $2.00. Kichen table!FOR SALE: 50 Do Soto.4 Door. JUNGLE JIM A NT
oak. $5 00. Piano Beckwth. Sp.net WIS tires, radio, $1,000. Phone T
S213.00 1-cu.e 29, Las Cumbre 83-7187. DARIN
office Tel. Panama 2-2386 -FOR SALE -50 Ford, Custom 8. Sponsored IN Ar1 glmn
OR SALE -Lea.,rg counirr. musi-t black, Club Coupe, radio and 3 Full d&lM 6 Dtj 4th,
sll furniture. bedrorn. I....ngroom.I heater. undercpaled, very Clean..retum late S 6y buo. "
diningroom. porch. bos, washing $950.00. Phone Navy 2476 or 6th. Fishing ibrol "
machine, heater. laompi raod.o vp,- 3510. vs-i-t thcrocodll*. cmriiftiveo S
trola. Bridge tables, chairs, SingerFOR SALE 1949 Chevrolet De cRiv abOrd El uw e P.
O maLE: 1949 Chevrolet UePr$,c p
sewing mach.ne. 44h Street. NoI Luxe. Car is like new, rad.o. Can cadoro.
- 30 upstairs Tel. 3-092: 1 finance. $810. Phone 4-565. Bring old clothes. eAfoltae
DR SALE --West.nghou.e refriger. FOR SALE.-1951 Chevrolet 4 door shoes, and DON'T FORET YOUt
actor will' freezer compartment. 2. sedan. Power Glide. Original own- CAMERA.
year guarantee: porcelain top or. Curundu 6245. For reservation phone Jungle Jim at
table; couch and mattress d.n.ng Panama 3-16o0, Or YOU rl a
table and six chir, icage dres'FOR SALE--Chrysier. 4 door Wind- Agent. o .v -. .
rrate moragany wirh mirror sor De Luxe $3'0 00 down WII
laov in chairs: glass wsare n-.scellu- tinance. Coakley l 04-u, Salboo.. -aled bids, in tripliat
neous household articles. Call Cao- phone 2-1591. ceived In the affie .FV l =
nal Zcne 2-1805. or apply 5282.1OR SALE -l l1 Hord n wonder- P an cna sral C
O Sr once -o o, .,cr-0dn onder-
Mcri sen St.. D.ablc. Ccnal Zone: jI condition. Mubt sacrifice tonite Heaghtam Cainel Z Kn t
OR SALE-Kelvinator refrigerator or tomorrow. Hotel Roosevelt, a a ., m Dg@cmbr"A, 143 oi -
6 c.. ft. Good condition. $6%500 i phone 2-70. n oebeCly opn 'l Cndsh-
Te'e-'hone 3-5056. Pcnamo r ingI o =i, t I s,
. .. ..rU SALf bor. seirvatil, and @n" o*
OR SALE:-Mahooanv double bed foy perfonrmilngi e w~ ley-
with S.mmor.:. Bcaul ret moites: Boalts & Motors ing of tile roofs ~* rmrs at
ari Smrmor.i .I rng. Larg. -R SALE o A i Balboa. C. Z. Formlp grposals"
n Snmoarm o. lOR S. --ALE --0' Aux sloopgray B specification, e*nd ,.11 .tlq
ma..ogarny ,., ,h .stool W-s- gasoline engine, newly pointed Ona oiiti.n i., -
inr:ou.cue ,raa.e- wlh grill. Tel 2 y overhauled sis and cy be obtalpedlOt0, 1
3352. 14'E-Ct Cerr St Bonbot~. the C t CT*Pt IpBle DIVI.
3.... --~C Cr t. BaIa c"ll equipm.nr,. Call Navy 3544. i on. Room t
OR SALE -rre ch Id's crb w"tiI~FOR SALE-40' Auxil.ary Schooner iTeler.hone g -37 i.
mattress: ore play pen w,th pd-, Excellent conaoticn Phcne Bolbo: rpecifrcations Bpd- tf ne
one carpet 9 x 12 in good cond- 3000 offer 5 p mIssuel on a D.OO
tion; one 3-way standing lamp, -- poi a llika 0t.dif
lwo uphol~ie j Cm cha ^ MAn TYI specifications tid drfeilri
1..h.o~ ,o o,,A,,,n A-w ANTED TO 1Y .we'"--,, edr
*,,chap and in 0: cod n Ap 50th I No I U returned within 40 eAolor ""
pl'- 50th Sire' .? ; 0 u-::c r. I rIter opening of brds
tealphcne P'- ca i~ .:- WAN.ED TO BUY -iPck-up. "Mue- -I ---'., it wing ofbids
R '-ALE F--ac-r riccren--2",- bleria TuA6n" No. 200 Central ;'Ion your Chritmas glft w
R SALE ctory relccment 2 Avenue. Present your family with kni
c\cle electric moatr for Thor au- I Avenue. Pe our fa ly it g ngi
tomnc~.h washing machine. $20.00. WANTED yuu- refrigerator as a Terms .. e tT
Phone Coco Solo *4616. Irade-in oi oa new Crosley Shelva- ephine M. &ru .. I-
OR 6ALE: Sidt ord. 'l10.00. dcr. Cyrnop, Tivoli Crossing. 2- a l 2-11 -


yures.eGr, Hi.4J. uouoar&,ea. I i f.
res0 r, NI aPle 0, 1
... 400 N. l e .l. 'MSJ_ WANTED: Quartermaster couch.'
Wa.di obe. $123.00. A .usW x Ialk 71
but mahogany furniture Used Phone alboa 3791.-
oan one year. Telephone Panama WANTED:--Good used Upright pie-
2--.; 8 no. Box 1146. Cristobal, C.Z.
SALE:---Coldsopt refriertor
ari Wedgewood gas src.e. Likt Pp sitin Offred
7fr.. Call Ft. Kobee 617. OSitiOn Ofered


OR SALE: Kelvinotor. 8 cu ft lal.ers or a farm. halt hpur from
-beds and mattresses, tans 25 c:.ie., Ihe city. Apply personally B Ave.
motor generator 25-60 cycle. iE r.ue No. 99, Panama Ca,
.M sourd equipment CoakleNy -
104-8. Fhone 2-1591
OP SALE -8 cu. tt. Refrigerator, Help W wanted
$1635-00, Electic stove, 4 burners. WANTED:-CO- A ri* Building
$85.00. Typewriter Underwood. WANTED:-Cok. Arlo., Building,
$ '5.CO. Tel. k-3518 -anama. At 6. Colon. R. P.
OR SALE:-One 7 t' Cu. Ft., 60
cycle, G. E. RefrigerJor in good WANTED
eond.tion_ Phone, P,-ma, 2-r84


or after police hcurs, Pcnama 3-
4 2 11.1


LESSONS.
earn Span Ih with Mrs. Rbmero.
Practical Conversationol System.
Calle Esthaiante 77A No. 2.
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:rw Hurt In C-47
forced Landing
BOWLING GR IN. Va., Nov.
1UP -An Air PorF C-4. 1
ith 13 person aboard, laolud-
oR three children, made en
enlergency lending' at the Rar-
y A. P. Bill Military Iteera-
Ion todn.
Y Three crewmen were repo'.I'd
njitred. Ncne of the 10 passen-,
Sers aboard was hurt, authorl-.s
PeN slid.
'. Tfi passengers included three
,1 *^dren who were winners of a)
centt All Force eotay contat
;.n 0o were being flown to thelt
lines after a two-day visit In
S, e ]W was en route ti
_A "ft04Air "f-rce Base. Ala.
,l4 ltrc manmm said the
i -ai 'oI ol'the end of a short
-"* Tvad runway rt the r 'lta.--
er l"aDon and crashed Into a'
-. of trees. .. Wings wer,
V.-" off ad the nose was
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WAS INOTON., -Nov. 21
Latge of the world's asu is
the Mala- Sea, with 3444,05
l.imre mi?-s, not.s tile Nbtlon-
a Geographic Society. The Car.
Illohas, lM67.78 lqtuaI m*io,
and the Mediterranean 1,146,136
sqtire Rmfle, raic..sgco ad
third. 1


hi its-ice-free season, the tw.
La.vrence River handles nearly
a third .o! Canada's forUi
trade.


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DIPLOMAT desires 3 bedroom chalet. Island grDUp of the New fork-
Telephoie Panama 3-0388. WQgacpma border.
Once bedleved poisonous, tq-.
OK To Neck In Car matoe are today the United
SBtR sete0ld 18ttW veUetl trl
If Heads Show: = *w are first. r I
Univ. Of Houston anure Increase sharply
Sthi~ ocean descends. At four
HO TON. T. . No... mis mlt wn. for example, ocean
HOUSTON. Tex.. Nov. 26 tUPr wvta crus.,es with a weight-fS
-The Universltv of Houstu.,'s times tiW t of the atmospeht n ,
dormit.or council 'ued thj or ut ansd a half tons to t
regulations today for necking il equate nen. Man can stand ll
the campus: e eeure under water
1. Area outside of "D" a&1 ta1luX 1 a unas to the ,qusre
.E". dorm reception rooms ap t
proved foi goodnight keises on-
Ly. "4t ; ,.u f a favorite food of
"2. Cullen Buulevard. aide of Jgan' Awai islanders. ,
D" dorm recommended. blu it sundediSnd.r,."H,
"3. Car In dorm narking lontl- let M ai-ve fr-om t"et
only if we can see your hea4ls ea w ,t-r. Choice portionsu am
showing ovtr car seat. i tental, boUled nd plriced. -
"All other areas are tabnro .
Don't Bo ahout rockingg tne LO than fifty years aLo.
neckIng by using the taboo trtf in eDistrict of Co
area.- bi|. was monitored by bicy4cl-
IWtdi0____ ntd who could over .2
--k A"i nM" arrest "apeedia(g1

bette e tch industry em-
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ont in iTrieste.- -I* this nrtes chosef9 s
tey cimb up ouM&id4 9 t building to tear d n e,"ag and
equlpmuet d eg WWA I What can't be ton so brokenn
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Mother Bows Out
Of Election Race
To&LoaveDoughter
ESPBRANc, N4. Y. (U.P.-
Vote" Vanwiy uF4 sead the
R ;ihvi 'o ho*ose b.
teen i mother and her daughter
or o. O wn Jer
Mrs. Alice Markle, town clear
for t& pt eia years, deled
the De.lerac nomination 'hk're
election because her daughter,
Mrs. Esther Brown, was running
for the office on the Republican


Mrs. Markle said she felt corn-
ett* l between ootBer and
augfaer is not justify inn poll-
lea,-'8o, I 1sepped aside."

,Naval Attraction
3TONEHAM, Mass. (U. P.) -
sailor lost control of an au-

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tee night club teems Incongiru umw Weld WaV r
ear Bern, Germany's Kwfuatdaua. PDps the
Berlin hadn't bewncoMpltely rebuilt. tun ms toe tMhe
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NOTICE

We hereby notify our Club customers that they
be up to date before Friday, November 27th. We I
main closed Saturday, November 28th NatieW


Holiday.


EUROPEAN FURNITURE STORE


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citation for being instrumental In saving life of a
ca ain lost in October. Shown at Albrook at yesto
nmoliv are laft to right: Mai. Gen. Reuben C. Hood J
All Commanc'er; Col. Richard S. Fixott, CAirC S
Capt. Berry.
C pt. Charles A: Berry. Flight heavy seas, howe
Sur eon assigned to the Albrook the aircraft in I
dis sary, was awarded a cornm- preventing the prop
mne latrbo-ribbon yesterday and tlon. In spite oG 1l
c station for his part in the medical equipment
evacuation of the critically ill extremely adverse
cau kin of a fishing boat early Capt. Berry
last Octobei. ministering to thi
&J Gen. Reuben C. Hood ia period Wi appi
Jr.. arJon Air Commander. ho'irs until. it wa
ma tbe presentation in his accomplish a succe
off e. Thf citation reads in lion by Jtilizing
p i :crait.
ue to serious illness of the ".Tt was the fli
tun bqt i' captain while his medical authorities
ahi was >00 miles at sea. an would have occur
Air escue SA-16 was dispatch- Capt. Berrv util!
ed o evaluate this individual ingenuity by man
to Canal Zone. Extremely stomach Dump ti
gun and other
hand and utillzin
S la the limited arugs
ke uqlas. hin.
"'The exception
h Hun' H Judgment execis
Ch Hunt H lps Be:ry in tnis inst
e fo U1 i*great cred., upon
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 2a (WOl)-.
"Get-rich-quick" chain letters
are springing up all aromui-the
U. S. again, and the PostOf--
fice Department is trying to
crack downon them.
A spokesman said the
ment has received more
1,000 complaints in the 2
monlas about chain lette
complaints have come ifro
48 states.
The chain lette% stmilatr to
the "Pyramid Clubs' f several
.. years ago, work like this: "
Each person solicited tl asked
to send $2. to the top name on
a list of five. Then he is sup-
posed to move the other names'
up. put his own in fifth 'place,
and send copies of the letters
.. to five other persons. He la as-
Ssured he stands to collect $6,250
when his own name reached the
; top provided no one "breaks
.- the chain"
The department has sent no-
tices to several hundred persons
listed in chain letters that they
.f are violating the postal lottery
..- -i 'and fraud laws. The notices ask
them to return an affidavit that
n ribbon and they have stopped taking part
fishing boat in the scheme. Otherwise, the
erdays cere- department could issue a "fraud
r.. Caribbean order" stopping mail deliveries
Surgeon, and to them,
urgeoSo far, everyone who got a
notice has returned an affilda-
ver. damaged vit.
landing thus The spokesman said there is
posed evacua- no evidence that any one er-
ack of proper son or group i promoting the
t, and under letters. Anyone convicted of proi
conditions." moving such a scheme is sub-
succeeded in ject to a maximum penalty of
e patient for five years inmprlsonmen, and a
roximately 48 $I000 fine.
is possible to


essful evacua-
another air-
rm opinion of
s that death
rred had not
zed extreme
nufacturing a
-om a grease
equipment on
ng judiciously
& available to
nal clinical
ed by Capt.
tance reflects
himself, the
mlwid a.and
Alt FMrce."


ILADELPHIA. Nov. 26 (UP I
preme Court Justice William anad Maistrate
ola. warned last nig't anaia
ts f-Adv hae" ses Whre helpinppng
tica lbse thr peace and pre.- Advises W1 H l
abroad, especially in Asia.
uglas. speaking at a dinner r Yu i mials
e Friends Committee on N:.- for iouno criminals
I Legislation, said Amert-
ar -, ing i~jmned "cl ""'c V brT00.'ov..26.(
asi hea rt innu'do,_0
uirtbyassociation. Ipping-is the best p -
e t a cloak of anonymity ment for iuvenile criminals but
a rowing underground cf six strokes of'the stream is plenty
era," Douglas said. "Men an Ontario mggatrate said here.
judged onthe whlspe.d Magistrate Frederick Watt toldI
Ma of faceless pop!e the Legfilature's committee on
tto the accused...an reform institutions there is liUt-
nivacy of the home is in- tle sense 'ecturing a young boy
gly invaded bv wiretan- abort a suspended sentence
when the boy doesn't understand
5'ia.lce aid ur foreign the first thing about It.
O na with te Bill of. "If i iswilpped he kn i
ts and the disrespect wePthat he has been punished for
r the rights of man at home wlat he did,"' Watt sai&. 'I am
elected in the "decline in strongly in, favor of whipping as
prestige abroad." a punishment for juveniles "


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UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Nov,
26 (UP) An Ameriean. Cbn-
gressman said today he thinks it
Is "utterly ridiculous' that the
United States should be* called
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American U.N. employes who
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Wife, 75, Files
Divorce Against
Husband,' 29
WI M!ITA, Kan., Nov 26 (UP)
-A divorce action by a 75-year-
old bitie, Mra. Helena Robbins
Stove was -o file in distrtet
court loday agaist her 29-year-
old huMbMai, Bob L. Stover.
The cou e married last March.
Mrs. StoWsa suit alleges x-
treme cruelty and gross neglect
The eldery'wife is in a Wichi-
ta hospital Her condition, tho
readt -of a stroke, is not consid-
ered angerotd, doctors said.


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Maryland Grabs United PressNine ores
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Fastlich League Releases U'nt"e So
Mighty Maryland, which "&t
Sits record spotless while N t he
Team Rosters Totalling 74 over2 theto7t, sow Ytti.,
Press college football rna to-
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By MIKE BRANDON MACAWS end of the season or recognition
as national champion.
The Fastlich Teen Age Base- Mgr. P. Corrigan The 36-man United -Pres
ball League held its third and board of coaches switched its
final tryouts last Saturday at Francsco Alas, Fred Bruhn, favor to the unbeatern and un-
the Ancon baseball diamond Pete Corrigan. Tim Days, Dickle tied Terrapins atfer Notre
with a full complement of de- Duran, Gerald Durfee, Tom Dur- Dame was held to a 14-14 tie by 11 '. l
signaled players and staff and fee. Alex Eberenz, Lu s Guizado, an embaten Ted Irowa team last B.
fourteen new registrants bring- George Kintner, Wilfredo Marg1- we ekend. The Irl nh had top ped
ng the total of new players with nez, Tom McKeowen, Ronnie th e national ranking before that.
the F.T.A.B.L. to a grand seven- Mead, Ken Morris, Augustin e sl- Iowa's urprie per formance.
ty Ivaez, Gail Pitman, Tom Pit-wa iewads rred with aberthi i
Any eligible boy who is inter- man, Bobby Priest, David Reece, w rar wt 1 t h
ested and has not registered can Bobby Strumpf, James Wilbur, efamong the t o 1 ts i for e,
get, in touch with T. F. Hotz. Leonard Wong. the first time this season. Eke,
player agent. for further Infor tied for the Southw est Co n- A
nation regarding Joinng the ference lead, amso wa# a mew-, '
league.eardingo.- comer to the select group this~ ......
vidual teams will start In the a Maryland, which has ranked ....4.. ..
near future and boys are re- no worse than thsince the

quested to contact their man- season began, wL awarded ct thet t R t t
agers for definite information oIaiaI
regarding the activities of their two.t teams hicih costIa Tha-t fts. fi Wn
specific team.fL, 2%bY
The complete roters for the i plo p last yee r.sWw kote
F.TA.B.L. and respective man- .The. tr rii Ter raW p pse
agers follows: e ou t an men -e c n m one -mollie t ttila
PUMAS C schedule by wailoun IEUIUET..Eouutoz u a&aNavy
Mdger 3. B. Clemmo uis oN and t hAar &In t o pepar e stothrl^i into tlhteight b1-t4. 3M fore ofny "M HO
Jay Clemmons, Terry Corrigan, counts. Last yeari-wth a 7-0rec- .prepares to t into the face of U Konest said
Dennis Dehre William Dolan. l'a ordlnd the at.No.5 13 Mary-i latuaSy.aUn, displayingh some Itn te. 1 .t i the l-tII mana. ^eriall lob I
D.ioElseinmae, Billy Hele, l a endlo same et on ent. B fth Orsl g J.decision fromQf naTomorrowthA Ii as
George Kirkland. Charles Laatz, fhed the vaii place. ev (84tirday) ton goes agalast 3lde4L ding USARo- ro se att here said Trol i
R. Laatz Eric Larsen, Ralph Lel-
sY. David Leonard, James Love- (.0ach Jim Tatm's power- CARiliihtwsigh_ p13on, Ricardo Rl atw, in the semi-finals was lavl. '
lady. Waily Morton, Chester house received firt pbs votes of the' Ptnl seid Forces Bofim Tirna|ment at Fort
Pearson, Pedro alas, Herbert frbm 6 of the 35 ht Kebbe, w th of the card
Peoro Ed ar Speer. Owen kicked Notre Da, -tps aThe winer of i ton-Rivers bot Will advance to thel 1 yearS
Seo nmJoTo 1 taa hd ptts to 310 als (U.S. Army photo by Pf. A. .Kto)Nor with
or, Teddy WebbBobWUCLA d Wil 8, fthrihA *ad I
r Td ,oUCLA ad State, Nine more sml-finalbouts in of the 504th r. A, doing bmbat##heA.
OCELOTS the two Ross I-m ne ts. the Psanama reaAr e d Forces with. CpL;Ji Contreras of the
J. SutHerland tiese, ranked'third- fourth, Boxing/Tburnsmnit.ukr 0_pre- 15th AAA..
Bruce Bateman. Bill Black. exo i g the places they' serHtaJ On saturdaYO :1u ob- Pch Cl rSWanc fathe33rd'
Rolando Chan, ,John Chase,. .b held Se previoudsra@4, The bes Hangar Nnmi rlth the Infl. o ao VaulSerafIan, W t .
Mike Crook Po elgado, Jules Bruins from the Wat Coast starting me set 0 p.m. Navy, Lebron,
Dubois, J. Engelke. Tim Greern, had 244 points: MIe bi g a l Two bantamweight contests 45t*mhqi Pv. Ray
Dill uHalvosa, Bruce Helmes. Don- State's Big Ten o-chmplons starts the show when Pf. Juan Shaw. A in MI
alid Keller, Ed. Klrchmeler. Abel had 232, including oee first Gonsales ofthes804th mA. ets di
-'g.._agane, Nils Infors. Carls pifteevote.. vt. Daniel, ,,the fymgt tim" '
_MartelljlCt.Corbin McGriff. G-Oklaho t. e gventitle-M t .h on dout
briel Mendoza. Michel Na ed holder read d o th of he 54 th
Orl MaendoNufes. Mo ano.r ScDB4Oranhge Bowl re2 t and e pinohfiths bNemo4 g1 It faetl : -' ,
Jon Snodgrass, Lane Thompson. spot with 21 pannds.tPand TlP6l 33rdM.nso -
o I A od bKrwithM h points. tapoant P v ..+.-r, -pt%
ALOr. M. Dc La eRia fe and Texas, which are tifend inmlplouL.. .
George Barbier, Louis Barbler: with Baylr Ior the Southwest ct I r.
CoMerence lead, placed seventh Hougton of-: i ft ....
ChIsm., Bud Curdts. Rex DaIL. and eighth voth 72 and 68 points, A pair of "tU 9 .-'A'
Rarold Feeney. Fred Harley. Bill respectively. bouts follow dthwer
,,Hatchett, Tim Hotz. Bob Ke- Georgia Tech, with 63 points, Paus, Alibrook, ttath .r:, ,
orer, Bob Lorer. Norman Peder- and Iowa wIth 40, rounded out with Pfe. reli. iteP ,epto
teams.STVL1L -AA.e and A1I.. : '"
son. David ReiNS, Roy Rigby.,the top 1V teams. 3%th F. A.,IWO is't2 .Ml,
hMrbert Schneider. Ben Thomas. Kentucky and Texas Tech were
Couland Vlentine. Ed Valen- Al't e ed forh 1 ace with 28 point
rthanda -sa n each.obehind them among the s*
n R ola n d o W in sb erg h a r .. . ...- .r.cae ',
Ron m oolands second 10 teams came Davulor, i y ,Wt-.' e Rgei oaga
Wisconsin, West Virginia, B n-
oRv rford, Auburn, Southern Call- .
MmOST VALUABLE Al Rosen, A ad0 Olhoam
.Mgr. 1. 0. Klernan Cleveland's slugging thirdA ---r-- *st Hl
Juan Blau. Charles Chase, baseman, was expected thto be t --rT".
Manley Chwauz. 'Jesse Crawford. chosen the most valuable play-u a-.4 Brie.st.e_ r_4, V0
l ibroh. J.. Curtis. David er In the American League. Sp is Brieh ts i. lrI
Inteeliori n Edmondson, a tn ......-'-
10 enbaulu, Andrei Fran- T 5-j"w.'A
oeGa lloway. Richard ; --
eniLem Kirkland, Ro~r SENIOR REDLEG MLBOURNE, Australia, Nov
Pederson. Don Randel. Louisj CTNCINNATI (NEA) Kenn+ .* a '.- Star 'Vic Seixas hams re- sciredie. t ir ter 21-1f,21-11
h oJamssIorton.Jaes2 UP m Amecan DvisCup iao t w 1 iu over F. CKa mt-
teyes'Don Rvter, Dan Sullivan, Raffensberger is the 0ldesti od htknee. pay IlItI'the l re," ooer9
Jljim Wmt4o., Jose Zardon. member of the Reds. He's 37. nVledon champn '. ..21
1rfa elphis says he will dayeV3mg at thk bYP0 3 J. Hughes, over B. Notp. _.1..
m the VictoriaCIl.'. ,o 1 l it 116

0MPH ROY.- ., -iiured his right knee :'6. M litar yBracket:

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the bia bore rte range Sunday night last week and
tya ftran as 1 out of a total w a! taken.hi be=
of 21 ont tppeo 175 the paril ula nft
of 195 epoa be to rated hind. We Have not
expert riflemen for 1953. Four formed whether. Vthey
teams of four *men each took with or without pear
part, and soXI sort of recog '
w sIet up, whenno team shoot- 7or pistol shooters,
er dropped below 181. Turner announced N
Match Coursa Pome tla
Only 8 points separated the the .2 calibre banhgua f
four teams as Balboa shooters sunday at Far Fan, aho_
whitewashed the USARCARIB start at 9 a.m.WhI,
School: the three albKn teams h scheduled as in'la
all fnlashing aihad of the Pro- mat44, it can be fired s
feasors. Te three Sbek a teams competlon also., it
were considered to be so evenly shooters indicate a pre
matehe4 that they were not de- that. way. If any
signated as first, second and care to challenge tes,
third teams, butas *X,"' "Y," informed that Blb& a
and "-." The Balboa "Z' team glad to take on all comndr
won the match with 46 points,
followed by Balboa "Z" with 745 Sunday's rtfle scores NO
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is considered a close finish In Jim Bailey .......... I
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MONTGOMERY, Ala., Nov. 26 the people know t u -t A t We "A'
(UP) Adlal Stevenson said to-
day -I detest indictment by sus- TWENTY-NINTH TEAB PANAMA, P., l UgSDAT, NOYVMB .... ,
picion" as he continued to tw it, i i -- ,fi -, : : I
the Republicans about their
handling of the Harry Dexter
'White case.
Stevenson held a press con- C
ference here as he vound up a .
three-day visit to the DeepJe,..Balks' A t Secr
South, his first since his 1952
campaign for the president. "
He called Republican methods
of exposing Communists in go- n Perm To Q iz'....
ernment "inconsistent with our
system of justice. The probiem'in ': "
should be approached in the In-
teres, of national security ra- WASHINGTON, Nov. 26 (UP) quest for an opportunity to Nunn May la W'of
their than by such accusations as- Sen. William E. Jenner dis- question Gouzenko. Ethel and Jul M I i-
made by Atty. Gen. Herbert Duted today the Canadian gov- Pearson also denied that a the United .ftat
Srownell in the White cas' ernment's stipulation that i be high Canadian official ever had Thit ring i
StBrowne in i c given the right to determine warned the FBI about the loyal- Union with Un iZ' l-
Stevenson said that Sen Jo- what information should be ty of the late Harry Dexter secrets before l m
Leph R".hysormart s last made public when American au- White as Indicated by FBI Chief bomb wu explode a -,
nigeph R. Mcarthys remarmunism would be thorites question former Soviet J. Edgar Hoover. the Ris
night that c ommunism wou be cipher clerk Igor Gouzenko a- 'The only Information -wich own ate a ofB *
an issue in the 1954 congressioi- bout Communist spy rings in the Canadian officials ever Mld a- achedBlhe. Iee
1a elections conflicted with an United States. bout Mr. White wa Information A e .til
earlier statement by President it got from the FBI i ea
Elsenhower. The Indiana Republican said gon fromaid the FBI Itl Pear- t a
"There comes a time when he would not commit his Sen- Pearson said Canada has not . i ll 'a
such contradictions no long-"r ate Internal Security suboom- attempted and was not ow at- rh ll
aerve the national Interest," he mittee to keep any of Gon- tempting to withhod anI for- hIi ts
commented. enko's testimony secret it nation given by Oof. e protect h n d to con-
Stevenson opened his blast was vital to the security of the "We do take tSeat old T e aa.
yesterday in Atlanta when he United States. any Information h e l e c down arvi
told the Georgia legislature the Canada agreed reluctantly yes- tran l l th WAY we en ti M had dMiU
Republicans had written an end terday to permit questioning of have b eh of nothing new to .
to the "great crusade" by "tak- Gouzenko, the former Soviet Inform! ion thll,_ t h. "
SMcCaIthyis away from Mc embassy employee who gae in confidence a& al e Th
Crthoy a." information to Canadian anther- d. .est
Today he said that Republi- ties which smashed an inter- He said Canada w d t rati Von o
S cans' reason for breaking the national espionage rl involv- any personsa des ted "a not h-a
White spy case at this time "stiLl ing Julius and hel anbergU oyn u rmentot a on out these
Is not clear in my mind." among others. Goeatas "Iamg .4lap
"However," he added, "I noti he091 h, 6i." "n t T.l t i d
it followed closely on the results The agreement stipulated, tlto Mh Ith
of some elections that were however, tat none of the in- ete 4t been ample wphich
heldnot long ago." formation obtained by American Un sn u ko t m h
lie apparently was referring to investigatom be made public State sadmk t h :. i m nh've

ithe of-year elections in which without Canada's consent. an ation the a confldt 8
Democrats won the New Jersey External Affa irs Minister L e- Canada and lojhereLh Cbe1n h ,a




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SDeep Gloom ch ahos. tel A9
.. iff=^.'uot-nh H1-fK Military Might ml Korea
G v. Gordon Persons and with H d'.Wk*VL asy here 17n'01 9.
John b parkman (it-Ala.ers open m Oh OF n ve ani ut










S coJence on European M gvty u& -26 .. ..
aued the goen- -A Cze h officer on the neutral Co un)t China I building r nU
Srunn ing-ma te n ce n nations Armistice Inspection Red mIlBta trnth In U
usful1952 Demh foraticgn minister team was found shot in the head rth Korea, a o the Korea
Sflew to Baltimo as prevend.lated today on the eve of his sched spat charged today.
attending te 3 p. m. uled return to communist terr n. g II enoy to ad
ing because himadepublic govern-tor. text China id the Pe-
s a confidence test o f a note. eetnt to the Untd i abl o il












S Dutch i overnment will pro- ahot himself at 3:45 a.m. with a ee Rusia for e.tab- ..
e n, Itln nd L states in reply to ts second re- -

hIs l0oom Czech Military M t.-In. Kora
7M f IAGUE. The Nether-...
laW Nov.26 (UP) W IsteSn $O'lh-Korea W
boupe's foreign ministers opethat all An American spokesman said he did t name
a uco enee onuropean unity hospital shp Consolat




S dIV 1npean Army p hat o rated. for treatment of v. a26 (UP) SOUn Korea. Nov. 2(up) h
.. aU offer the govern- --A Czech officer on the neutral COmmurt China Is building r
Sto te nations Armistice Inspection u Redmllt n
Ptk'Rc h foreign minister team was found shot in the hesid orth Korea, a SouL74 Norm
as idault was prevented Btoday on the eve of his ached- plomat charmed tday.,
i bent on ot e hisgovern- tory.s n i ago to take up his post '
Sytomorrow. Lt. Col. Votech Bagdawas In eaIt Ia "t ouSD1-p Of .,$








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thitof Western Europe would pre- and material events t the no t
S tced ecoomc unifcaton an d will p oro- hot himtoelf at 3:45 arm.witice Ba bl8i- e Rudsia e for etab-
"me tothe West German, Dutch, .22-caliber weapon. Nih ina oLar m "IWIta
I talianand Luue-rit- thoihen I-
bourwgollgn ministers that all An American spokesman said thb dider d name Norte
eiLding siemes, offederatting Bagda was taken to the U.S.In .e a
lliiollpe be pigeonholed unt th Navy hospital ship Consolatio.
pea Army pact Is rwoul d end in for treatment of a wound, return .to tuled to









: lock on these atoues, jut as Red territory idayl No reason th"ptwo 5pnmeB inehS k
We prevources said the watch temple. Bagda's wound was e- r onl
tevethe proposalIIn U scribed as serious but he was nat
i n defense, now bo t edh W!s It ron o"l f "
e th a das ago to takeo up his post U465s-7. llli
I lS wasud the con t e making tee e tthe inspection team. which I L
DO "OliWther political federationi s charged with watching tyqop i i .
J of Western Europe should pre- and material movements at the I o i
cede economic unification and port to assre the istice is 1 bL I LfL"
Oil the powers of an interlns- not violated. s orte.a for S ..-
I lti poltical authority, theNorth lg lrlei s ll
Dtf h will remain quiet. The American spokesman said
It aTpeared, however, that that Bagt, was due to leave In- h. 1,b i l.
conference would end in a chon Thursday and return to 'r
ock on these issues, just as Red territory Friday. No reason the tw ovit m si-,tdm.
preouairsmeetings of the was given for Bagda's recall. ta e -OjMetew i ".
i tis event, Dterh will Doil Worker fok Us p54 m r. .,
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