The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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:so Bought

SppmI4qn-Ut membn* of President Anstasio So-
moz'e setourage bought merchandise in the Albrook PX
6rUiray, at the same time as 'thb Nicaraguan chief of
stat .wa spending about.$1000.on PX purchase, in-
c.ludtl toyr and perfumes, it was rqperte# today..
The. civilian manager himself Was ppost at the Al-
E ok PX entrance this morning, dlmandfigt PX cards from
iwer enered,. "
",U" ws reported hi nSmwa that Smon: is, displeased
that his Aiwsook visit been aoorded publy.
I a .bade a f rpf yti y i t in the
P aAqSit i *teis, O .the .gov-
r 5 dMfommberao of t hediplomatic
ver) w-,"ftqu PamanIlM i Amsseblymmn are in the habit
m'1iprw rbhhases in t Canal Zone commisaries and
MaflHRlht He skid attack should..'e
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Reach Congress
Complaint voiced by Pnan
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onthf~l rt as U. 8. 8 titnq,
JId they MblIeved a C&Mw-i
&Ionia mveIa on m ig beht *be
forthwoming8R a result at
letters of protest thy Jave
bec&s %riting.
b"Theicould never be done. in
the United States." one em-
oyr contended. "It w6uld be
IlleSal there because the only
pdrson whc could carry on this
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MOUADEGH'S TBIAL OBi09 Former Iranian Premier Mb-
hataed Mossadegh lefti shouts as his treason trial opens in
Telbran. The 73-year-old political leader wept and band his
lists on the taibt while declaring that he was still the legal
prepier. He statqd that he would never recognize the authOt
aof vlre-man' military court "even if you cut offl E ". -
IMoa&egh wore. gray pajad to:the trial.- The man at- ight
s not identified.

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British Press



LONDON, Nov. 12 (UP) The
British press today denounced
the summoning of ex-President
Harry Truman to testify before
a congressional committee as a
piece of political maneuvering.
The case of Harry Dexter
White has aroused great inter-
est here.
Many newspapers lengthy crit-
icized Attorney General Herbert
Brownell and Rep. Harold Veide
(R-T11.1, chairman of the Un-
American Activities committee
which sulenaed Truman.
The liberal News-Chronicle
said America's political reputa-
tion had been seriously damag-
ed by what It called "an exhibi-
tion of political rowdyism."
"We can note and applaud the
statement of President Eisen-
hower yesterday that it is incon-
clevable that Mr. Truman could
have knowingly damaged the
United States," It said.
The Times bild Republeavi
leaders told Velde his action in
issuing aubpenas for Truman
and Justice Thm Clark was
The newsaer linked th
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Chairman Velde

Calls Off Quiz


NEW YORK, Nov. 12 (UP) Former President Hqr-.
ry S. Truman declined today to answer the subpoena call-
ing him to appede before the House Un-American Acti-
vities committee tomorrow to testify regarding the Har-
ry Dexter White spy case.
Committee chairman Harold H. Velde (R-lll.) had
shortly before postponed indefinitely the scheduled quiz-
zing of the former Chief Executive.
Mr. Truman's letter was delivered to Velde by
Charles P. Murphy, former White House counsel.
Mr. Truman said he felt it was his "duty to the peo-
pie of the United States to decline to comply with the

"The subpoena does not state
the matters upon which you seuk
my testimony," the letter said.
"But I assume from the prcss
stories that you seek to
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Byrnes memorandum" Brown-
ell said that "n charge that
there has beea laIty w e I
besHa to b the eM, them is
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1.'4 B m3tadego to :% to suppress a S sucededd in cracking the nut, mite at :a. tomorqw "In addition 4 to tbhe-'
4 in Tehrsm'a gstrets. 'force, ad order c his The Times LN. on charges By Attorney General FBI report comcerninr te.
o-eapo. reached the ,capital troop to oen re i necessary. Herbert BrowUe, Jr.. that Ms which was-at to the Preaden ,
wmay '.e that Iranians had. du oft Tanks add armored cars and The Manchester Guardian said Heroted White despiter thatiewhih wa Vst to the
Ssgalt aSem. the of Red, ro-eosadegs detchmen of sobders equipped the summoning of a former prmotedh Wh itedepte two FB- thromh Ge Vaughanr an
gita a wha 5 another with bran uns were plae at esdenty ubpena was "ith- warnrgs that White, then ua- H. Vaughan, Truman's m
Swho another withbrn un were place at esden ubpenwas "wi tant secretary o Treasury, aide), this second copy was
demonstraton in- mprtant ots In the center out p e n American hst- oetto hm by the srt o
I The gnftre in T 09rafn-came of Other soldiers s ry." It sal4 Democratic leader In announce postponement with pecial request
h t w *.J 20 1.F ^IW I 1 sooner th e live-an military ng ommy guns guarded e Adlal Btaeason had indignant- the Truman harin Vlde read it. a reque
court hearing Mossadeh's trial oughares. ly denounced the action of the Truman hearing Velde read the
op anebthe fifth day of its up- The resistance to the trial has "shocklnu" said:1 cel that I was itn y prtmeit In m spt y 45s
.-.;-A" Y- .,-rigts lnem heist element iband ted rihts n in t sb pn a ssible wth a request b
idf d*- N -Nther o Pollee said pro Communist the bazaars and some schools. it re t
l hlw I ,f.t hbrl_ fTudeh Party)qstufdents of The- for them (Mr Truman and Senate Internal security L
1;cmete*isW. -Pd ATudeh Party) students ofi Aibroo Albatross
f. n i .-lacyw h denoblu sr d ran tiverswity iwam ed.lnto te However the Cpital's main Carolina) and will continue the possession of the ses
S r i it "I what they relets demanding i services including ted t uncton, and shop He did not, however, say when laxity of the pr a
-- W. i'k.b m on* d I p med 1b distributed last night demand- tud function,prsgote haisDafnTo.aAh
S. rtt ethe aged. formerpr- oen in residential areas. S rch he believes the former Presider.t teion in dealing wlth ConkI-
.rR th at the ag ed. form e pre-o pecla J precautionary m esa -.y .. ... ....
S wt .% 2m :- :.- mIrb re.tidn a p*ndpa eatlon iw' m Salvador Search may be heard. n ,st Infiltration in-
-- f 4kthe Dle d id.t t day 'T man's sie- ler be freed.. Students a nres were Instituted Inside and some Republican strategists, ment.
-ito their dltionaries, i- and oI the word nollyotr fessors f the niverslty later outside the 8altanabad barracks At 7:48 am. today, a 26th Air have been trying to get the Byrnes refused tocra uate
dssued a statement, ddl hnliini where the t:l' .- S rights grdayste
11 War papers and almanaeat- in alifesued em where the trial is being held in Rescue Sadron baHouse committee to cancel rit orud a He
or. C~ame up'withIftnuka.whfeWsteop at ~Park-respfonsibility for the d ut order to frustrate any attem to ia landed t San Salvador s ubp They appeared to have fore a Hou s
'rhet esrb Rp u er 'ud Y.,las to yar he aof the Iuflamatopamfllets. n remove Mossadegh by fjorcefom tfqt er additional informatio subpena. They appeared sidento Washington but ga co
oblsme for the Uar.rry M use 4 l"WhutH s. a` b taoos Wee It 1 and his prison. rjWichydUk aid the search for a Eisenhower who said yesterday mlmttee an opening wn
tl jb p oitioar.a n',s steA last f teg pe-. mpetd In T oat moasing from Estero de Jal- he felt the subpena action come to Columbia, S. C. fn his
l uton again r mphlets crculattd In Tobe- tOeque, a small town on the a mistake. sworn testimony.
-'ar number of in 3 rallasl Tom h- C ution Maln ran l ia t night called for a gen- c of El Salvador. Meanwhile the role of the Byres said he would be 'glf
Standpol and who w f column T' I iee th era! strkke in sup rt of MOss- The boat, missing since Nov. I senate Internal Becurity sub-to send his answers to the cam.
tadpols n eCwo fltes ctdpolu n tany fur there onel but the m ta ry governr was reportedly manned by a committee in the sples-in-gov-mittee. or if the committee or a
S'" didn't finCd Trtm an .. menolly o mur ct _h e_ t o [btTInt w ed a a ealn t Communist Cath e prte name unknown. ermnent furOr continued ob- subcommittee wished it could
diit fir research. ti seAt otrcl es ll they a the r ezaltu remt fand "treacherous trble and,the -on the Salvadorean scure.. come to Columbia to qul him.
GLOW ae-. aAoing tewho times a the trialO pi sm er Mso- u Ter ." Minister of Agriculture. It was The subcommittee, headed Velde wired back: "Your conr.
Si" wa t a pll n a un hamed '~4 g Meanw hil Mossadeoh's trial thought that possibly h r e e by en. Wlllam E. Jenner (R- teous telegram is mob T oapape
th. I a Was thoce r C oti. lie a librarian p om ed wa a b down z prat ehe agtn was in uproar as the e ed others were also with them. Ind.), was reported to be quis- predicated. I feel that .
i" W. J. -l m once r of this line .trm poem called was sb down In protest too. rolltlican slept in court, wept The request for USAF assls- sing unidentified witnesses in Igestlon that a subcomm
.e n e'Te Ea Brglade: and traCts' distributed th uh- until the tears dripped down his tncme eae by message from the, seet session at a secret site. come to Columbia is an excellent
Ia nrksh'dem OGa., now "We am de liyaosters a tout the ekit b students delar- nse, and called for a heart U8 ltmsay in San Salvador and The Jenner srouo subpenad one and will undoubtedly be a
Oainaille News. clubs Jimn bber oeystirs, ed: "Mn deah Is the lei e- stimulant after the prosecutor was ratlto tohe Abrook Res- e. an dptd y e ee
S thoi- It U. up a ina-and' his ren taks It TS3
to, .' t up in a .human can, take it from Mier. Wdlmand'hIs relea s described him as an "old hag" cue C oo1inatlon Center at 7:0 Maj. Gen. Harr H. Vauhan, .mutually convenient will e are
tSmeo t hos In ba- who shammedd illnes." p.m. yest rday. Mr. Truman's former mlitaY rangd a on as possible
S the "aide. for auest.ining at 2:30 p raned as soon as possible."
ofaaide. Bo yrnes had messaged tat
tinbh tm annlI M n on changes that two FBI report 1I cannot. by apearing In e-
'offie whic he < t *patfr on White were sent to him To- spouse to this summons, adit
-'oie wc h .he SHhe 'llU 9 an delivery to Mr. Truman In late your right to command a se
e"1 h lhe tln'f- I-... 1945 and early 1946. ernor to leave his state and
tlh 'Sto 2l t hBe. : Brownell said yesterday the remain in the city of Washing.
St. n Slate Department has produc- ton until granted leave by
a:n Offe asekera" ed a cay of a memorandum your committee to return.
t ir _m of Arinition t- confirming that an FBI report "If your committee has the
.dfatton f on Whtews brought to the power thus asserted... It could
Sor: n attention of former President summon to Washington the gov-
o t t rearle f part' 12 (. ..... and clap the young man "Now let's stop for this light ownell said In a statemenOt lye the administration of the
platform or clpl s and w rr Tru- At the corner of 52nd Street the shoulder. I a rt safety expert and I that the memorPndumrelating affairs of the sovereign states."
1: schedule- Wh r he wins, F ttk re by a Ad" nd ref yk tAvene wo "row h Ih wouldn't hurt you for dyb wouldn't want any of to White's alleged esoonae a- Copies of rnes' telegram to
aatd h I( nohee ftSfytd re .t.. waore cwd t.worl, he saof. fyOU folks to get hurt." I t mn b I Velde were released to te pres
lat 11: r nothe aluraaym w l taa- seeing round fostUed te former Present so e walk resumed and the Jusnt then a hospital am- tivities was sent to Truman b) here
nothll admirem and ws n ard he quikelaed his pace, crowd grew. Photographers, balance cruised slowly pastand Bvrnes then secretary of stat here.
Lov. ffer of a rb In.'r ~ ital am- spun around and mid still with w backwards, popped their the driver yelled: He said it was dated Feb. 5. 1 9.y reply to any questions subt-
FDR Jr m awe, eansa rit-fU box of a sterile: uIb with abandon. Tale- "Hey, Harry, how about a The attorney general said my rtted to him.
bF Jr. "Now you all just ask nriwhat viplon and movie cameramen ltft?" confirms "from the records, the "While I doubt your authority
Sr-o former Pes- questions you have rigt here cruised alongside, their cameras There was a roar of laughter statement made two dpys ago answer, under oath if you desire
i Europeao mab'S oce and I- an then we91 string out two- united on tops of caTrs. Be and Mr. Truman rinned: by Byrne. to require me to testy, I sha
111ttwa b -to and finish the walk. I the man from Missourit "Wedl, now that's a good one. Byrne said he knew Truman any questions you may pro-
Sawl At.TrUll do y ll lot o wd surged doggedly But I don't think I don't think was aware of the FI report on (Continued on Pages CL 6)
~blrt away ga PThes lols are fixed up lke I need it." White because he discssed it
T LW l ra- Re tr and rdlomen made were going to a parade," Near the entrance to the Wal- with him the da White was con- i ___, ,
1 2 nea t a tr y, but thIe laymen Truman sad to Jacobson, dorf at both Street a graying firmed to be US. executive st:- Benefit Casino
saysp. 2t. ReOw!!41 S v oseen S1.ell a were haVtg t41r4 too. Thir o had bfeanu aJ t hms man fromBrooklyn who identi- rector of the International Monr- H,
d Uee o re L. u : uoW. But Jao wsai 't fled himself, oseph Zucker- etary Fund. White was con- To HeD improve
"eWe 7, Dare. Hewasseveral r sberg leaped from a bakery truck. firmed Feb. 6.
f o _I m, ti a so, t catch up raed m the sidewalk and The memorandum as released DIV o cho
HpWe t 16 P. t&1IT rhuan's hand by rowna read: Bensaet casio ol5B w.
don't a..rea Mr.f ad, a l.lth pastry .b Benefit casino
gie on up here, Md. I'm ,-P he idMemorandm for the Pr- begin tomorrow ht at
Spho a former to t." and Masret. We love you all The enclosed letter addressed funds for the improement
enB d the Lt -tro the former don't orgt that. I'm dou- toMr. redertk Lyonof ths the Agricultural Institt
d aft Park At- ble t this is for you department by Mr. J. Edgar Divisa.
STsd Mar-r' Hiothe Ltt and l man and Marga- .Hoover and the enldsures re- Play at roulette, blaokJatk.
S lba t ,ona ret." iferring to Harry Dexter Whit, rhuck-a-luck and at the die
SV"Ohv I't to giv e Wl At. lf th "Well I certainly appreciate I deem of asch Importance that table will begin at 7:1 a.
you that," he I d a bhuh. IUht wu4 s an d he halted, thb." he said. "I sure do I think you should read them" tomorrow. Saturday and S L -.
*g wort la W." ,trowinr n an d- The he went Inside for The memorandum was signed day nlhts and wil la QU
.M Truma l eshl breakfast -- with pastuy. "J.F.." until the last player fl -t
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The Mail Boxn s an open forum for readers of The Paeoma Amwr
tee. Loters ae received gracefully and ee handled hi a wholly coati-
d.tonI meaner.
If you eatribte a Itter den't be Impaient It it deaen't apper tHi
Smoat day. Ltern r published in the order, received.
4 P lo e try t keep the lteNsn limited to e poe length.
Idearty at Ittr writer is held in strictest esmidemse.
This newspepwer osumes as roasibiliy fte otatemoet as opisiem
oxprussd n letters from roseesn.
It appears that the Canal Zone Post Office fumbled the ball
duringg the recent Cmcuentenarlo celebrations in Panama. While
Sanama issued new coins, to the ten delight of coin collectors,
"nd a slew of new postage stamps, to the delight of the stamp
collectors. :he Canal Zone administrators sat at their desks at
the Administrntion Building and forgot to publish an Issue to the
biggest event Panama has had in the past fifty years.
Past issues were printed commemorating the West Indian Labor
ir building the canal, the Barro Colorado Island in honlr of the
animals Inhabiting the Island, the Gold Rush Issue, of '49, which
Issue of a series of four stamps provided a nice source of revenue
,lo the Canal Zone Government's d.Indling funds.
Wha hoppen? Can't the CZ Govt use the additional $50,000
bucks a stamo Issue will bring in from the stamp collectors all
o\er the world? Or are they, the Panama Canal Company and
the Canal Zone Government, hard pressed to explain the seven
millions of dollars they have made already this fiscal year?
While I'm at it. I would like to submit the following name
for the new township located on the old site of Corozal. How.
about Subsidy! It would be a very appropriate name, explain-
tra the reason for the high rents, to let all future Canal Zoners,
the ones coming, residing in Subsidy, and the ones leaving, know
why the rents are so high.
It would also show the newer residents that old Canal Zoners
ldid not consider a group of houses, without Post Office. Club-
house. Commissary and Theater, a city, therefore, it must be a
.ubsidy tSub City.
Not Long Gone

It's all about those people who park at the already shrunk
parking space at the Balboa Post Office, who after clearing their
mail box settle down to reading their mail with no regard for
the other guy who would also like to clear his mall box but has
to be going around In rlrcles like life ervers all'on aecoint of.
thoughtless people like those. All this in a 5-min. parking space
mind you.
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MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF-Fr...... L. ...... a 314dle
East trouble shooter, Eric Johnston. left, looks on as Egt's
strong-man leader. Gen. Mohammed Naguib. reads a pe uial
message from the President. Johnston is in Cairh,'to discuss ith
Eiyptian leaders U. S. economic projects for the Middle East.





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CININNATI WOih apologies
to my favorite cop, Joe Friday of
The facts, that's what we want,
just the facts. They tell the str.
About the strong. About the we.
All are judged alike by the facts.
They indict. They rprieve. They
For weeks, ever since I heard
" the President of the U. called
a liar by ex-Labor Serz~Ie Mo
' tin Durkin. I've rip t gh
the countryside see to barn
by what standards ithrma; who
charged he was double-erossd by
SPresident Eisenhower, lives and
governs his own orgamanuton. Mar-
tin Durkin is a silent man. Sel-
dom speaks. Seldom answers let.
terms. You've got to find out for
yourself. Just the facts. Here are
some at 10:27 a. m Saturday,
Nov. 7. vlye just toure the atom-
ic energy' installation country:
Martin Durkin is a well pd un-
ion executive. As president of the
country's Plumbers and Pipe-fit-
ters Union he earns M 0a year
and receives $375 additital each
week in untaxable expeses, a to-
tal of $34,300 annually. For this he
runs a union without which no A-
Bomb, no H-Bomb, Sa. naval or
military installation uld I built.
Yet it is a union which hal gone
unpoliced by it national officers.
1 have reported tLe indictment
of some of its most powerful ofl-
clals In St. Louis for shake-
downs. Now my colleagues on the
crusading CharJestoa, W. Va., Ga-
zette a paper which has sup-
ported Frankln Boosevelt and
Harry Truman charge latly
that there is racketeering in this
influential union. The Gastte has
discovered that axity lathe union
has resulted in the supplying of
barbers, used car salesman and
other non-qualified techndlcas to
our atomic and hydrogen bomb in-
stallations as plumbers and pipe-
fitters. Work on these vital weap-
ons suffered. The cost Increased.
The barbers and used ca. sas-
men "Joe MeGees and Appe-
knockers", the skilled workers call
them were able to buy. huir
cards in the union withoet quali-
fying. This was fraudulent. Uni~
card holders must hlv. i ve years
training for this type 1n-W A T1e
life of the nation depends n its
atomic weapons. These. "Apple-
knockers" were not doing us any.
West Virginia officials investi-
gating criminal violation in co-.
nection with the sale of unionA
meknbership books have dtain d1
at least B statements from hmn
who said they purchased these
books as you would buy soap I a
supermrke et had a .
About $250 a swarn f i
vits attest. Tis was covered.
when gvement began
rnlaft seociity I N Nar.
S at e Wt e r und fal
s11111 recornl.
Not only are these union cards
being sold In West Virginia, but0
authorities have traced. the sys-
tem to the H-bomb plant going up
't Aikep, S. C.; to Wimingtob,
Del.; Haerstown, Md., and Cr-
pus hrist,.e. Some of the us-
lon's business gents in West Vir-
inias actually hd a solietor Ip
Kentucky, aress the river froi
here, who got a flatS fee for
each "apuleknseker" to whom he
coul4 sell a union membrship
card. It was estimated that Is
Aiken alone, some 5,000 cards
were sold to men who didn't rate
them at the N-bomb plant
Rebellious members of the
Portsmouth, 0., local reported that
work on the $1,2.000,000 aseous
diffusion (utomic) plant bein eoa-
structed there was "so bad" that
the authorities shifted the labor
urisdiction from the Portsmooth
unin. to the Cleveland locaL
Now let's move to leveland.
Naturally, the leveland local also
ea headquarters close to the
site. which is near the iala-
"'-, h Plheton halfway betwe
Chiicothe and Portsmouth. 'thi
Is 'sm L miles from leveled.
S. ..... were told that a
small restaurant building in Wav-
erly, 0. (some five miles fro
leMtor) ras purchased for hL.-
th. Te national office in Wash.
tr lr o jo:g to pay SerfJ
li. d headquarters in Clve.-
i' Wa Mst goiog to pay for
The at the gaseous diff
Jou plant-l going to pay for i
At a L a week assessment.
A dolr a week is not mnc.
Unless it comes from some 5,
members who have come aco ss
the land to earn their daily bread
while living ia trailers and make-
shift homes.
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Supreme Co~bt Jut1Oe Jakon spolke.4tl eanueor another Il
other day aga "t the force and the liaw t Lt to par ProfssiQ;d
that seem to loom so large In thi pest age -"And evbn ciV-
He finds this phenomenon present both in the filed, and often
international 'amdthe emeeto. sphereg of life, men and women."
And what ars him most s the prosp t that: Within this
"Our people, appalled .bythe maaglfrter nd sees.aBtr. e i.
Atubborunesa pt the plftions of l ra
ness, tend to sink Into a suicidal fatallam at B
lseepta violence, crime, Injustice and mlsgovera- Ina
ent je port ofethe natural aIa lan le~s ordi4 .
of things."' hap.
On the international sceejl Ja gso is think- .vee d
ng of, the reat power stnl le with thW Soviet
anfe He inslste o ton' to sam for*

in *lght A wfelht drW b .*p th t4S
bt hq wil -t noe oK. u uSj hi
oautry Is 'gtued by shBeh'uirtSe. Melun g s?
an unprecedented delinquency rong po e .rete up1 S .1
ple. n rtah da
The justice does not lay down an -eihaust; and me4il law.
ist of the Maons for this astuatkon. He dweil Btat, .undaum
oen thbse be knows most about-those pertain- upon a=l t
- to he law. to
'"odwti .riAmes are followed only by la- ;1 t. theynd
sRayed padaibshat. or by nonp," he says. "The of modpa In
5nlmhthratet. our eiSminal law, from i ane breakdw, .

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ATLANTA.No?-(UP)-- h undAer 1,000 Colonite. ma wo b 3s 40 a a
un Bishop HRomer Tolinson. wh bra t heavy andeis rlteit hotel lobby today ha

...... ...eon ll'ntain sinr e th statiheTonWe r pli erhps w ithehighightr. oenfhu-"ee,
t 1o0e-dw onunan"rer u,"today als"m on.the y trevllesaid.
tes pate pro y e that c ce Hrmh hra t

Lr;ne.TBft" hron t f Gdra bisho wa s ier -renspirgh was nd the Impsin
-i .u was a llowed oonti e h m of lh voie lefitortum theM
adlw d..l lAe minso prayer before amsmTllcroauAde e w o owith dcazoedo hd

RNsO-Ich- ofe uylohe bthmander plien i egroiritonmtAsoirWaolds had a
Toand and photgrapter d a, tecia thao eal and e henher ed-a Alban ia.h
0 under 1,adra Coyonnted mafnth-ern grrtd hadp i -

two -PRnIaMn'dO Iarsl--ngt at hpewoeu f lladchefts frpoeml and hn he end
P.Mn; er. Tomheinson saidveek& h .tis et~a he night watls eold, the "Rideth-

foMeu d Day and wek would be a diet of dates. on, rg Jesus," rts of the
Srude Idar "e said tharont a rwe he sub- damp, but theood a put The dead .wasauded

No nMrs. ?Carrofl Good- slated on rice and the week f be him until he decdiestos add a
ll r. Mrs. John L. fore that on bread little more to the muia cal treat. a
STomlinson arrived atwo weeks Fore who attendcores Wareld hi s reita Alb. Th money w

r and son: ago ton clastd in Arabic ieknelt delirious with a fervor s hwin's songs from l.
SDr. Donald wa arr "pstrayed for trying to smash m. PorgThey rebelled a nd a vogaic
S....eA. Hu" "-ghes:e" tohe Ten d aommdan teretthadted wormthe request for "0 of

ha 'wMarlan L. nconcreta by his broth Dsh oan River." y
.Ca nriob!Ieler;. op uncn thaon Tomlinson i The singer and this accompany
nda s sa,~~l mad Mrs. sidowe of Burger Moun ti, near a, Otto Hers, left Tocumen a
rp ." 1 Insong ur proper briefly bu, thundefored g engagement o sap-s
.AN.snd a one of them later His Nor W spir two hrda

+" """ """'peca station maanr weh o ed

1 Vr.; Tomlnson sincd today his five Canad ofa.

M610Louis-ru'aeitOf vern ffieCad C. Rd EdR;thr waelnt 'aweeh mount" he 16 B Satlage,
Ss brother pn oor that concert. H dramatization
h a uahand Mr.f But n athe Chungrch o1 b od9bl8 dhoBikitr themasi
-e P A)as allowed to ,tontioe ksvolume rt his voice lect the
DrsLn: the gs-,fs- p. rather" be-oreta u s0all rond audience amazed
.;.tch. Trnr d D and photographers. Feirtl appe$ol ond when he on d-
AHu emrsia "n ; Mr. Tomlhen n sam han "rast" e cd with Hall d ohnDon's "rde. i
Dveiweek would be a diet o dates. On, r us," art for theory l
ubralp in e115011 On the The- singe rn and hisacoman
r tan ~aAdM.r. :s.oad on rice and the week be- hir unti he decrs d add a

te we o. Jos. MOhn L. Muore th. on brea tttleh more to the meo ctrsAvt.Tl,
w". -::.-': Tomlf on P"' 'o oeek F-r his encores WEbrsLdd Jho-e
"nd .on: ago to oast three antidna afoer he set by a seasl owh.

S-sse Ma- Hewas arrested oor lu o to sminh Ian oWINs hwn NN.npro

p41 l" o Hplhstmthe Ten Commlan 'ES ahgayeted yielded Smtho kree Aue fo "M'
i e .i" o .a 6-b L. concrete by of is bwoer Beshr Man River."

ShnolyC, lo Canada.
,a ;l Tomlinson said today Mh ie
,.+ .times daily praysr rwuld be for
nA Angmo .his brother and for unity among
.a# orar s- P lama Joseph "Both TNohammGt and mv c
Pc.,... .. 1C, ec. C Raid; Rupp; brother went to a morlain," he
-To-s.,Mr. aed Mrs. Robert L mp- said. 16 ikoeWaoexcbechan
a-. x=riU -d son; Joseph sDnlth: "Here was the idohntd": Mi imll for only... $260.90
... ,'e ssBAnk outten; eas F. brother spent $2,00,00 on that
Vo.g and sn; Mr. t"dhe earth hunger." 1938 Buick 4 ,..ood trrsportatiose
S-Annh aneis Iea ,11Ir l Fr1ed L. Wart Mr. yors for oly...150.
I",saubversivag ONE Mrs:aJohn M. Wheaton and
M 1 41tan aon- any daulgUhter; Mr. and Mrs. Frank +

ent 'W, -. a"Mo he and.'Mrnom ,tdaW alothatt I .. Dedf l MNwriall 16% Street & Contra] Ave. Tel. 800, Coln
Idout.kers"Evto tk thin In a. strong ficlaleondon
MUM= pe Whm ot .n.. n7 longer a. K0 reseres Seedin the altBe Em
.... n big smpalm. t did not Us a bell set by a SrMit owes thetU.8-. TO.
#. bocs*'. -mk too late. ,.' --f"the Average e
tha buA. th- j.. ,,X. on T, Build oW X,+ ,+ he .oum lave Confederacy, holding their an- mert- fman To Bi been h rregh 'd, nual convention here today

Me=:o0 Ifn-and c" le nation of Retail Cnotbiers sad er, .. ,
games 50 persongt of ft'"oTMs ON.a Batiks Of Nile. PUMim, sald today hp aver- Mrs. Dennnis succeeds M
due.. third of a .;At. anod other officers were chosen
Tie Miigan V9Vl .0oNroI, May. 12 (WP) ard of a sot. i '
;a m ,.t -t -d&, 149A so thl mkm..a Tle other officers are: Mrs. '
-of an p hoe In tro VMS=

Abe re e e e
registrar; A tdAmma t -Ne jq
Byur R4eas
Laf, h..- .Ien and Mr' e iC aryt.

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Bard71The 2.i1 Memorils honor-
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Tournament bridge has be-
come so popular in recent years
that you can travel all over tWe
western world and find fellow
enthusiasts who will Join your
lidi arid plays even if they can't
understand your language.
Qn this continent, tournaM-
mtents are conducted both in tire
United States and Canada by
Sthe same organization the
American Contract Bridge
League. They even conduct an
annual tournament in Mexico
City, and another in Honolulu:
The annual Hawaiian tourna-
mnent was played last month and
many of the ranking bridge stars
bf the country flew out to take
part. Among the well-known
S layers of the west coast who
were scheduled to compete fir
the Hawaiian championships was
Doug Steen, .the declarer in the
hand shown today.-
Don't let the strange bidding
throw you East was a player
who likes to bid whenever hir
turn comes. It didn't do him
much good on this hand, because
the fact that East could bid both
black suits helped declare in
the play of the hand.
West ope-.d the six of spades
Seen played the eight of spades
from the dummy. East covered
with the jack. and declarer ruff-
S ed. Steen knew that he could
S 1scard one low club on dummy's
ee of spades, but what was ne
S'"'" .To do with the others?
SIf he tried to rut them Inl
I, ummy. West would overruff:
S and as a matter of fact, there
was reason to fear that West
would ruff the ace or king of
elubs if South tried such a plan.

S Steen decided not to try the
lan of rutting clubs. instead ne
S rew three rounds of trumps Im-
,' edlately, East discarding onl
club on the third round of
S tmp. He next entered iqm-
v with a diamond and led the
iine of spades. East covered
with tie oueen. and South ruff-
ed with his last trump.
South next took the queen and
ace of diamonds, forcing East to
make two discards. East. had 13
throw one spade and one club.
keeping three clubs and the
; guarded king of spades. There-

'Shipwreck' Kelly's CIO Director

Consolaflon Call Ma, Departs To Atend

Reconcile Brenda (leveland Parly

NEW YORK Nov. 2 (UP) --
Friends speculated today that a
rumpus stirred up by a suitor of
Brenda Frazier Kelly might lead
to a reconciliation of the glam-
orous heiress with her estranged
Brenda and John Simms (Ship-
wreck) Kelly had a get-togethtr
this afternoon after. Kelly, sep-
arated 'from her for miny
months called to console he* a-
bout the battle In Brenda's 3-
partment which led to the ar-
rest of pietro Mele, Italian mov: .
producer and auto rachig enthu-
As for Pietrd, who was nurs-
ing a pair of black eyes and a
battered nose suffered, When he
resisted police efforts to remove
him from her apartment, Bren-
da had little to say.
"He's a poor, unfortunate, hot-
headed boy," she' said 8he add-
ed. however that shld was inot
angry with im. '

DA Chopter No. 1

To Meet Monday

At Bolboc JWB

SThe Panatfi canal chapter of
the Disabled American'Veteran ;
will hold Its regular -fitnthly
meeting Moidiy at 7:360 'm. a'
the U~ .O.-JW:W.,-Armed Fort
es service center.
All Srviemen abd 40terais
;who hae: been wounded, gassed
or disabled in line of duty in
time of war while serving in the
U.S. Armed Forces are eligible
for membership In the D.A.V.
This will be another meeting
to help the veteran and service-
man learn ot. their benefits
through this attend.
The D.A.V. atxillary for chapt-
er No. 1 will meet at the same
time and place. Gold Star moth-
er&, wives. sweethearts and
mothers of disabled American
veterans are invited to attend.

upon, Stien cashed the top cluls
and gave East a club trick, after
which East was obliged to givp
dummy the last two tricks with
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Cable Ad'wm: THETAIP

CIO international represpenta-
tive Lloyd P. Vaughan has left
the Canal Zone to attend thi"
15th constitutional convention
of the CIO, which opens Mon-
day at t'ie Hollander Hotel,
Cleveland 0. -.
Vaugnr.. will report directly
to CIO president Walter P. Rer-
ther and executive vice presl-
oen.-dirccLor of organizationn
John V. Riffe on the Canal Zone
situation and the progress of the
reorganization drive launched in

Canada's (hmte

Getting Warer
TORONTO, Nov. 12 (UP) -
Canada's climate is wa ing up
because the polar -lcaqap is re-
ceding, Samuel J. Nelson of. the
University of. New Brunswick
said today.
He said it may mean both
Canada and the United States
eventually will have .tropics -
like weather.
Nelson.said most of North A-
merica became warmer on the
four occasions the polar ice cap
receded, many thousands f
years ago. However, lpstead .of
palm trees growing as.was the
case In the pre-ice age -- th
citmate became cold again as
the ice cap edged back south-

Vaughan annotincd i a few .It MnmY come back again," he
Vaughan annoyed a f said. "If t doesn't, Canada and
weeksago thatthe CIO, bothhe Unite States May become
here and in Washington, is ln- near tropical again.?
ing up its forces in preparation rp ..
for an all-out fight to Improve from the Isthmus, three poUey
the standard of'living of more conferences were held. At those
than 18,000 non-citizen emploves conferences all delegates repoct-
of the U S. government in .hl ed a state of alarm among the
Zone. members over CIO's decision to
He also warned at that time null out of the area If the mem-
that while CIO s preparing fr brership does net exceed a mini-
battle, there 'was no assurance mum of 10.000. They also report-
that CIO would continue to re- ed. however, that a svival of
main in the one if the mem- the union spirlt.was being led
bership of Loeal'900 does not in all areas, where hundreds f
show a decided Increase .within mployes have signified their
the next few months. .intention of Joining the union 01
Prior to Vaughan's departure reinstating to Its anpks.:. Prvio Punle. *
Animasl foQrwo

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4 Canine. animals t
animals I Above '
I Lupine onil" MaWfe.i -t
12 Shoshonean 4 Dutch town
S Indian 5 onot
SS Leer ? Glased
7 Place
14 Toward the Gos
Sheltered side 9 Medley 26 Cverin
15 Fabulous bird 6C
26 Musical 10-Spans of seeds
compositions region bing boat
SmpoBalsio 11 Heraldic band 28 Individuals
30 Mexican 17 Resist 21Couamel
SMpexants t Comforted 3Abandon
S.l ts 23 Satire 13 Punctuation
I Girl's 2tDry mark
i lckname ? Dry m_
S Drinks slowly25 Frmb 8 Warns
24 Egyptint their 40 Places
sacred bull"
26 Novice
27 European
dung beetle
32 Pertaini to
song birds
3 Sultanie
decrees --1
35 Approached
36State (ab.) -
37 Remain
39 Atsend
40 Water animal
41 Limb
U Swine-like
SlStang feeling

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ATLANTA. Nov. 12 (UP) temt el
Georgia placed neo areas "off o
.mit" -to h.ill tpy as qtkia,
of the South'A "ritcally-dt' am ty
timberland. ... frt that _4 of U b9
Gov. BHel an ,a' .mdae or- whtienblad" tU I- to I .m I
dered the entire northern see- woodland yesterday wf p
tion of the state, eopr u 5 burning t .adg .
counties, closed I aetlatefy" t Faretry offte ls said
er hunting. The order eame seemed to be making
t6s than 24 hours after ban bit of progress" in bfl
vent into effect in 12 Georgia widespread fires -uner etr
ceaotlui. .t' man 13 tan .. jAi sA
A similar ban began at 4J Utimber have bem burned ou ..
p.m. today in p INrth Carolina the past tAsjle". ". .
counties und4r a proclamation No banis huntUm hbave
by Qov. WfllUti B. Ulated be- Issued In joVtl 1 a4
cause o "haardou fire eqnli- da and Missisdlpi but
tins.' Csrolltmuay clue o tff
Alabama, where ai estinatd flo0s t the stat so.ns if
10,000 acres of forests were l~ef from current dry'
burned yesterday by raging firesm coaes oonW
his closed 26 north Alabama _____
counties to hunting, and T.u- u a a i
tneaee has suspehded,hunting ii ,LU Meei
the middle and eastern sector -
of the state and closed state The regular monthly m
parks to picnickers. of the Canal Zone Central
Talmadge. in closing the moun- Union will be heW Sunday at t,
tasnous national' forests and 30 a.m. in the Margartla .Ciab
deer trails of north Georgia to, house. Nomination of offlee
hunting, said a "highly critical will be made at this meeting.
forest fire situation exstr." Fe Elections will be held in DeTnms
sald the weather bureau advised ber.
that preset dry conditions -
would'continue for at laat three Requiem Man
fmergecy fire-flllghting eqp- a sm ,a ill e 4i
meant was rushed to y points A reSu helas dllabe -r w--
I o "Orgafrontotwer atSt. Paul'.sChurch Saturlay
in north er i ma other n a:" fr t qw .. 5
tlons of the state as chase anM t1e s a] o the late l Ya ,4-
amoke made- vilbntty difficult thebelsew l.
over much of the press.
North Caollna's ban on hunt- The weod's largest coal mine
ing applied to huntln fishing? .r 8. Steel' Robeoa Mine in
and .tlp a in the Pljtah nd Green County, Pa. last yer
..L4ntIh' national, st in produced &W,=t tons M"pft -
the west t part of the state. ltsbir e from the 8-fo
UMhtead, In his.prpolamation, Pittsburgh r-am.

presents by request the art performance
1, of the famous Spaiash daeer

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when their husbands omue hbaue
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H. Household
'SALE:-Rodio Victrola with rec-
e'dS' (25 cycle); Mattress double
.foam rubber); Floor safe (steel);
:irt buffet; Mrrors, glasses, ice
S hox, cabinets, benches, telephone,
7'vnetlan blends, ornaments, house-
hold items, dress material. Phone
SBolbea 1413. House 595, near
Balboa Gas Station.

Automobile ,
FOR SALE:--1951 Chevrolet 4-door
sedan, Power Glide. Original own-
er. 13,000 miles. Curundu 6245.
FOR SALE:-'52 Ford Pick-up, like
new. Tel. 2-2064.
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford V-8 Custom
two door sedan. Fordomatic drive.
Good condition. 1426-C, Carr St
aohnna Te:.l 2-3583

t**H )R SALE:--Leaving for the States,
~ Double bed, dresers, QM single FOR SALE:-1949 Ford Tudor. Good
beds, child's crib, dresser, toybox, tires. Good condition. Duty Paid.
highchair, kitchen table, chairs, $750.00. Tel. 86-3272, Albrook.
refrigerators Coldspot and Frigid- FOR SALE OR TRADE Kaiser 1951.
-'ire, washing machine, immitation Must sl befof my new Kaiser
bamboo livingroom set, louvres, arrives. Atchley, 2712-A, Opcoli.
,' blinds, lotticework. dishes, shelves,
S tables. House 0310, Cable Heights. FOR SALM-trI9510Qlds lbile, Holli-
Ancon. day 4-dar Db Luxe San; oadio,
--oL--. ------ ------ directional light, 14,000 -miles
S FOR SALB:-Coldspot refrigerator 9 Best offer over $1,775.00. toco
cu. ft. 25 cycle. Good condition, Solito 1-A Third St.
_$35. 86-6296. WANTEDTO 8'JY:P-Pck-up. "Mue-
FOR SALE: 60 cycle automatic blerio Tu6if." No. 200 Centrol
washer, Bendix Economat, 3 years Avenue.
old, for sale or trade for 25 cycle
washer in excellent condition. 0779 FOR SALE; 1940 Buick Speclal
I, Williamson Place. Good tiris, good motor, good body.
duty pold: Call Pedro MIguel, 4-
FOR SALE: Fiber rugs, couches, 357. 5
various household articles. 609, ,
:.: Ancon Blvd. : ..

O:; R SALE:--Bendix automatic wosh-
e'ir. $175.00. Call Amador 82-
, :| ,5203. ____. __
'' R SALE:-One 9 cu. ft. Westlhg-
.; house refrigerator. Good condition.
Porcelain- in and Out, $65.00.
f-oHJe 0834 Amador Road or call
: __-_.580. _
c': SALE:--Metal Buffet, $15.00;
-: pc.ri:ion fcr porch, $10.00. 1409-
i. I? F. C:rr St.
.::: I: SALE: -- Must sell practically
,.t- rew. dirvinproom, hall, drawingroorm.
*,, co-nplete guest room, individual
:i1 easy chairs, air'ocm cushioned,
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DR. WENOEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" stpet..
Corner telephone 2-3479, Panomo.
Sealed b.ds, ;n triplicate, will be re-
ceived in the office of the En-
gineering n.;d Construction Director,
Panama Canal Company, Balboa
Heights. Canal Zone until 10:00
a. m., November 24, 1953. and
then publicly opened, for furnish-
ing all plant, tools, equipment,
labor, services, and materials, and
for performing aU work for con-
struction o' roof hooks for quarters
at Balboa, C. Z. Forms of propWo-
als. specifications, and full pert-
culars may be obtained from the
office of the Contract and Inspec-
tion Division, Room 343 Balboa
Heights (Telephone 2-379 or 2-
2698). Specifications and araw-
in will be issued on a deposit of
000 per set. Deposit will be
forfeited if specifications and
drawings are not returned wjth 40
calendar days after opening of
N. F. F. L
Annual Meting
Lecal 55
Election Of Offlces
7:30 P. M.
Chiva Chive Clrkubus

HERE, a perfect Christmas gift. Ger-
man Shepherd puppies. Order
quickly. telephonee SHRAPNEL,
Balboa 1389. House 150*Prospect
street, Balboa Heights.

Mn cenuneoe'

FOR SALE.-Deep Freeze, 25 cycle,
Phcne Balboa 1718.

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Foyr' O~ta. QO. .dle past
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Graelich SInta~ti lekah cottages.
electric rerleen, M ovh
merate rates. Phe r4 IM

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FOR RENT: Chalet 4 bidrooms,
Lefevre Pcrk, 9"h Strg No. S9.
For information I Avewnu Na 7.
Lost flr.

FOR RENT: -*N Igghed
opartmbent. C I jl tn
Francisco. Tel phs-j .l
FOR RENT: Apartment In El Can-
*rei, 2 bldmqms..n" .,.dinlnq
room, porci, I kiltdi oun-
dry-rrco,. moll'lll n d
both, hot water. Fe' i ,haefeR -






sTgurt l rugs, Swedi~h is na grOS3- aJ 3
u,u rus, .,,. FOR SALE e a-Used machines:pe CL..OI.m.' qa g
Sware, floor and tab'e lamps. MuttI l LFOR SALE:-Used machinery: uto
:mtwashers, extractorscorn-428Z.
*It "beo seen to be appreciated. Phone mat.c washers, extractors, com- --
2798 ofte t hours. mercial gas dryer, 110-220 volts. FI RENT: -it f-
..279 -8 r Your C0mmu il Station gas water heater capacity 650 rire for cou pl#I ii
FOR SALE:-6 ft. PFillipine Ratton ur gals. per hour, commercial iron- Central Avenul No. *~ aort-
diningroom toble,*: ix chairs, excel- ing boards, 1950, Chevrolet Sedan ment at Vista Hermos
lent condition $175.00.-Porceoir Wr 1* M delivery, d condition El Lava- FOR RENT:--Two bedem fured
Stop, xt..,nsion covcs, kitchen from. Wher. etc .PM, ee| Srmet Tel.
SIt ls.'e'd aLndnd ihite S35.00. Co- 1462. Colon. Mlold
co Solito I-A Third St. Presents ANTIQUE GARNET JEWELRY
SALE: Radio-phonograph in Earrings, bracelets, pins and rinlgs. a ve f leh In
perfect condition, 14 tubes, second Hawaii Jewelry Stqre No. 56, Centret l.l td
street No. 4, Vista Hermosa. Tolty, '1mlIT' NW1f' 3 Avenue.
| SALE:-Livingroom couch and mTe Little F SALE:-Baby bed, innerpring
Slr, 25 cycle Frigidaire. mohog- 3:3 U m. iii 3 months, $28L.00, iS
diningroom fet. 2614-B, Co- ;:, r 1940 olet P .

4:30-What's Youl ea oit&
M A ^ C I 5:30---nl FOR SAIE: mobile 98, 4 {
m U s US 5:305- r'sYour aavorIte door s. $850; 4 98pce '
("o'td 5bedr:-m wo 't$nth; gas nAi L$ A|
M aioo 6:00- ch in the AirRDP) deep e350. Quarter 41 Al
Sy WI 6:15--BLUE RIBBON SPORTS brook. PhoE 6185 or 3105.
Unes REVIcdh FOR SALE -- Smaiill upright plano
6:0--ihe ReTord Shoap $250.00. Course n business ad,
S o Bring Unres : l Thos Club mntstration, $40 00. Tel. 2-1282 .
,17:15-Tls VOA Stamp Club 'Pnome.s
SBONN, Germany, Nov. 12 (1fP) t:30-L "rt thd U.S.
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer i ) ANAA hNAL OPANY
i led today for the strengtUMe- 8:00-;- Jukh Box Raview PAINT M IAU A ELS
i;of U. S. forces in =Ge any 8: in litor. P FOR SAW
all means, inchlding ai 8:41-..-CotBn entarv on World Sealed bidsaifor ening in publt. '
yeaaons, and said that any News Noiember 15. 1953. in the offfac-
:l0drawrl of American soldiers 9:00-Jack Hobb.s EEC, will te received until 10 30 A. M. 0,
1 Bid bring unrest. 9:30--ver to You (BBCI of Superinterdent of Storehouses,
t 110:00-Jorge Fazola and his Or- B1boa. for scle of Paint Materials
The 77-year-old Chancellor chestra cd Electrica, Parts located in the
Idd6d t t it rould be d n'er- 1.0:15--The Latin .Amcrlcn r- '30" Area. Balboo. and Cristobel
,ust to -lthdraw U. S. scl:iors, enade 4torehdoise. Il.-vitat.on No. 29, with U -I
Sen after the European Army full particular may be secured in the ..
I created and bolstered by 12 10:30--The Hast o Ivy i VOAI fficeorts perintendent of Store- h
S erman divisions. 11:C--T Owl's Nest houses. telephone 2-1815 or from y. r
Senae 12:00i view ff the above nurver.
B .=Ade ruw e i iavm W ls eie w in 71
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vA &sI neginipaps oa. andl A- A. CM. and tt
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I NEW YORK. Nov. 12 (UP) The nation's No. e
f football team has received another request to ac- t' etr
S cdpt a bowl game bid. lb e
: etorlal in the South Bend. Conference title. is a three drew.
na 'Tribune," arees that touchdown (18 f favorite t Vti"D A
te Dame is -Justi ably cor-lover Washington in the Pacific I I at
I" n snubbing post season coast conference. UCLA. by win- JU,-
lmes -C but thinks an excep- ning, moves into a first place tie .
Should be5 made this year with Stanford. which meet s San
edterlal p points out N otre Jose State in a non-co irence
D at strtts its Christmks re-' gam Texas has a chance to
re* 1 on Dec. 19 so that the play- break its first place tie with
eri; wouldn't miss any class- Baylor in the Southwest Confer-i t
room time. The editorial says: ence. The Longhorns are a two bl.V e. t l
a post season victory defi- touchdown 13 point pick over PiLM O
nltly w would silence the scoffers Texas Christian. Baylor also,
at Netre Dame's current nation- rates two touchdowns (14 points Follow Iie r turnedd $8.80
al championship rating." over Houston in a., non-confer- win U34Y Pule" However, his
Coach Frank Leahy says he's ence game. .:. div a J W fo e e thanthe
wrt*ad more about North Caro- odds f v trned p Souvenir
linah t aturday than any bowl LI ln t .te aa- the $260
diso l on but the odds-mak- r i ai a the $n
ersa o the Irish have little to Me 0 ju .
ez beaten Notre Danme Is a L *
fou touchdown 128 point favo-. Lcn0Ir Rve4' tidd- *ad'd Alfredo
rite over the Tarheels VaI A 01 top on
i despite the heavy odds. Tar- Wo Wimev s n C.a-.
keel Coach GeorgeW Barclay omen s t l- S ". to
says: "We consider it an honor W THE GALLANT 15 anto.edntiasquid of the 15% tCtnan U lfraU e oo with
and a privilege to play smsh a Scoring an 83 on a drenched Is shown here as they e geared when they turned dot for braic a r tcwot-wil .g scored
fine team. We also feel there course Marie Parks was medyl- vastly outnumbered team will battle the Balboa lh SheoolBg me pulhgl
Always is the possibility of an ist in the Chrysler-Plymoutht tomorrow night at the Balboa Stadium. Both aWdeil defeated The. dl
sipaet in any football game." Tournament qualifying rod ason. In their previou meeting they battled ItD a l te. dBruised 'R
Pennsylvania, with its "'suicide over the past-wetk-end at Bra- the Green Devils will go into thq fray unda~unt4 'Ose are the sehtlt l i*
Achedule." is a favorite Satur- zos Brook Coutry Club. Harriet
day for one of the few times this Serger's 86 and Mrlion Taylor'sj. .. Z.
SeasoM t The Quakers are a one 87 were the next best scores. t. .
totdehdown (four point, pickL Two flights at Atlantic side r 1--M:
over Army. At the same time.j golfers 'are competirr" in the-Carer .
the Pennsylvania schedule for Powell sponsoredtourneT o &
1984 was announced and it'slBeautiful silver prizes will be a- .. T lt.
-.t,quite as rugged as this year's warded to both the winner and IIS)Unr
"fl* Quakers opbn against Duke, runners up of each flight Three TVIK 1-0. 2 0
-- the.n: have an open date. quarters of the differences .mI m .L
ythen play in succession, handicap will govern play. *
W* ton, Washington and Lee,, First round matches must be 1 -W Th Atlantic Little try-out z "
y *, Penn 8tste,. Notre Dame. completed by this Bunday ee- v w hold its first try thisudge tlc ot :h( ,der-
t "and Cornell. Penn dropped' ning. In the event that no de-i coming Saturday mur Nov. Lae a re
S :1953 o ponento Cal if or-finite playing time Is a reed MONTREAL, Nov. 12 (UP) 14th. for boys in the % sai 10 attached t-
nia ,hl o tate, ichigan and upon by competitors the official World Lightweight Champion year old age group. All need not t-out 1.
Vaiderbilt. start ng time is 3.00 a.m. on Jimmy Carter last night retain- will be held at the Margarita session,
: Mehigan State is a two touch Sunday. ed his title by knocking out Ca. stadium at 9:30 a.m. Any bo
g*m (13 point favorite to beat First round matches follow: nadian challenger Armald a. The second try3 a etglP rUl ciool o la)
)clhlgan and keep its Big 10 FIRST FLIGHT vole at 59 seconds of the fifth be held Nov. 21st for boa l and ted s
B ea alle. The tpartans can M. Parks vs D. La Croix round wth a long right to the12 year old at the M#glA to rt alt.
SIaoer first place by beatrmgJ. Kulia vs N. Humphreys jaw. stadium at 9:30 a.m. ILthe ItMl V I. rte
ain provided Wisconsin M. Taylor vs B. Pool The fight. held la he er- of rain washg out tevepr- s
04front runfing Illinois. The L. Reynolds vs Bye umrn" was schedakl for II tict sessions the try-ou l 4 be .4
mini are one touchdown (aix H. Serger vs J. Phillippi rounds and was the i nt world held on succeedtfg- 8tur1day ie
ptint). pick over Wisconsin. M. Leigh vs T. Godwin championship bout bold in mornings until all o Lbow s lU,. ,
chbigarn State Coach Biggle J. Huldquist vz N. Matheson I this city since former world been observed by the m9p4 4
Mumrn says: "Of course we'd like E. Grant vs Byr Bantamweight a Pa- and coaching personnel. *
ti goo to the Aose Bowl but we SECOND FLIGi T nama Al BDrwtwie fended All %rans and cows rt anI
fmt pointed for it. I'm just R. Kruger vs M. Holland his crown requeed bp on apdid these a
Sraeppy we. are getting as well M. Stockton vs bye arte asld Ba-
e are." H. Kernick vs M.p m lost three a 40 beht in w
Qb other key conference games B. Mogertk. v f The New worker absorbed Ba- s--53f '
Saturdayy Georgia Tech i afT. Pav reafl vs A. wd vote's best blows during the first The k k lo
tii ~uhdwn (slx pQnt' IDick D. Clausen vs Bye three roun rs thel.a opeed. tdrd in0 irooe
S AlabAmn and close In on R. Reardon vs Bye with' a. b rage to 'the ead out
tId straight Southeastern Campbell vsa By. the b lish ti cham- i

Gun Club' Notes -- t te; 4 rosn be 1 a
.s te dangerous Canadian b tOf b9 to adi
chipp in this same'lring Feb. 1i g to hI cou" get
of this year. no further. Of bM-
OA JUNIOR RIFLEMN BALBOA JUNIORS eores This was the third knokeo ut Savle'sa tilb
Si 3 lAG ON 3INGO CUP SIchmidt 355- 8x victory for Carter in defense Igh Il i the thiat e a .
Dillman, N. 352- x of this tle this year. He has thne rounds by* I 4 madein. ol
.The rifle team of the Junior Basfy 344- 4x ..a.fy
tIdulon of the Balboa Gun Club Eggleston 33 8-x
bask into the limelight .
as they fired 1389 in a Team Total ..... .. 1389-20x
o nvalibore match to BALBOA No. 2 j
tir first leg on the 'Ringo' Lucas 355. 5 '",
tr0hy. High individual score of Ross n. ,.-
M.was fired by Dick Dillman. Czapek 333- 2x 5
iOwjIncreased his lead over Bill Lute 311- 3x
by another 13 points. Tea m Total 1349-14x 4..
~ two matches still to USARCARIB SCHOOL .
al Dick hitter than a three Byrd 369-lOx
Istol In a rapid fire Hankinson 345- 7x -
he is practically In. Jaf- Pennock 314-- 7x
s performance has been be- Smith, C. P. 307- 3x
usual standards in sev-
nt matches, and this was Ttam Total '1335-27x
e 'in which every point BALI~OA No. 1
td heavily. Dillman, D. 372-10x
.Gun Club team No. Jaffray 357- 5x
.beat out the USAR- Joyce. 334- 5
1 for second place
1349 to 1385. The Team Total 1063-20x
School's perform- INDIVIDUAI S
pwe excellent,. considering Bingham 338- 5x
ted experience with the Gray 315- lx
rifle, and added to Knobby Keller 293- 2x
With at Emp ire two LAST DCM RIFLEI MATCH
fore, it shows that there SCRe DULED FOR FAR
rous new competition FAN SUNDAY, NOV. 22
oId standby teems. An ooeri competition for all ble
bore rifle enthusiasts will be held
S Byrd, firing for the Army at the Balboa Gun Club's Far, took second place Fan range on Sunday. November
with 369. Bill Jaffray 22nd. Shooting will start at a-
d with 357. and John bout 830 am., but entries will
t of the Balboa Juniorsi be accepted ut to 10 a m.
th 355-8x. Since there Thus will be an important
given for first. sec- match to all .30-06 marksmen.
and ninth. John x'd as It will be the last opporunlty
nltht out of the money to aualliy for the Director of
Lucas fired 355-5x to Civilian Marksmanship awards, '.
fifth place award. Bill for 1953. All lsthmlan .30-06
*took.ninth place mon- shooters are invited to take part
8 with no restrictions to club af-
i filiation. While this is primarily
rated Balboa No. 1 an Individual qualification shoot.
ed with some of the four man team entries will be
bore talent on the lath- acceDted. Team awards will be -
up in last place in strictly based on number ofr

atandings as a mis- team entries. and team entry --
Shots by one member: fee. will, be in addition to indi-
.an authomatic dis- vidual tntrv fees required from
Two members ofi each shooter, as Individual entry
'Wre among the match fees are only calculated to cover
tlgretJNly disquall-; the cost of running the shoot 0' i
from gaining the and Individual prizes. There
4 rwnant posi- should be at least two teams .
Trophy at from Balboa. two from the Ma- .
iy In Brook- rines and one from USARrARrB
Stl year!' School. with the possibility of
was irsadditional teams from other mil-
"Tr was first tary nutfts and the Cristobal
oeemp ition In 19501 Otin Club.
-..a.iRay, It was when: The course of fire Is the DCM
.*1_ was playing the' familiar to most shooters here.
ingo in a movie, It Includes 12 shots slow fire. 4
IOuumaiAPat the Bal- each standing. kneeline and sit- For information a
appeared at the' ting. and 27 shots rapid., each
tra mighty pret- kneeling sitting and prone. All call your.
,a1d. wasu Imine- firing will be at 200 yards and Braniff at A
of trying to emu-, all at the standard military "A"t
gunman. For, target with its 12 inch bull. Team
known far and, entries will be $2 00 per man and El Panainh,
so when he'Individual entries t1.00 per mania
iggy bank to buy And shooters should remember Ext. 130, or
a little tarnish- once again, this will be your last
cal years,. he chance to get your name on
o" Trophy. Hank Ros''s little blark book tni
nday's maehqualify for ynur ~terli ngilver
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Magsaysay Relaxes On US Admiral's

Yacht, Looks For Administrators

MANILA, Nov. 12 (UP) Pre3- -...
Ident-elect Ramon Magsaysay
began the task today of looking
for administrators for the new
government that will take over
January 1.
I Swept out of office by an
overwhelming vote for "a
change," President Elpidio Qul-
rino conceded with "a prayer at
this hour that the change is for
the better.".
Meanwhile. the president of
Quirino's Liberal Party, House :
Speaker Eugenio Perez, congrat-
elated the winners and said the
alberals will extend to the new
party in power every manner of
cooperation "compatible with
our responsibility as the new
Relaxing aboard American
Adm. Richard Crusen's yacht
.in Manila Bay, Magsaysay told
newsmen: "I thank the pres-
Ident for his good wishes. Dur- a i
Ing the next four years I ask .
rl Filipinos to work together
as one people."
In conceding, 62-year-old Pres-
ident Quirino said: "I have DEADLY ELECTION Jaclnto Morales, the 16-year old son of
nothing but good wishes for the a Cavite Province Nationalist Party leader in the Philippine
iduntry and my successor." Islands. is carried from his home afterit was riddledby gunfire.
With some 60 per cent of he The boy died of his wounds. Officials believe tho gu nen were
tl es counted this afternoon, after his father. At least six persons have been reputed killed
Magsaysay continued to hold his in rioting connected with the Philippines' prqsideeia election.
| early three-to-one lead over
S Mrio. against Communist-led "Huk" ed it as yi a o than t e ele-
When all ballots are counted it rebels, claimed victory w M on.l. a is. Wl .en t persons
ls expected he would have a his vote reeked the eban died
apardly 2,000,000 vote tally If mark. Romulo leaves for Wasihig
the trend continues. His campaign manager. Ca., tqn Saturday on a misaloo 1o
norote 0of Magsaysay stag- los P. Romulo, former Phi inqMagsayay,.- the United o PIA
rchlight celeb rations ambassador to the United leaded from an anu-
| lru gbout the Philippines to- said "It is not an assumption. Ia pemaeSue. .--
| y InOcelebration of his victo- an actual fact. Magsasty has source~8 un
f' been elected." tu f;
Tabulations by the Philippine Oftle id no ttl~at
fews Service gave Magsaysay t,- lenee had developedad of the
a Bece hadhfevel op"ma ino ninefDe VICr
712,071 votes to 681,478 for Qui- tion day itself when nine pr- onasta Democratic
Mtino. sons were killed. They deserb- tion will prepare the way for
-'ia the vice presidential race
teomplete figures from all but

one or the provinces gave
Cagsaysay's running mate, Cat- \ i a
UM P. Garcia, 725,382 votes to O e A uto i
121,158 for the Liberal Party's
Jose Tulo
-ollowers qf Magsaysay, 46- f Or D t
uo For 'Gory Details
year-old leader of the Nacio- For G ory
nallsta Party who waged re- f
l^iltless and successful war a O f Tennis ta r Sui

Blge Keels May -
e kel PALMM BEACH, Fla., Nov. 12 time but it's not in your hear
HIb A llla l as (UP)- Auto heir Horace e, d not jrue."
Have Delayed who has been sued for slater Pssed on that point, Dodm
H e ele by tennis star Gardner Mulloy, said, "I don't remember cal
lAsAW Tran said tod-ay "I don't ever remem- Mr, Mulloy anything."
oW Jersey Tans ber calling Mr. MuUoy any- r1 thln it's crazy thing

New Jersey hunt up Mborun- when the $300,000 damage sutt n i bw All I r
f y morning on an is tried. ise Afgt p Apier for the sull
anmet, indicated that the bilge Mulloy filed his own brief y emand now I l t knowl he
e may have struck the ap- GnU ty oldioadnw ,S
. wallswhch aredatterday, alleging only that the thi about 4t myself b4 P
c ls which are flared at millionaire playboy had spoken Dotge' attorney, John a8et
the botom. lces torey Jh 84,;
The area has been "swept" b and published "obscene and de- bury of West Palm Beach, ssa
teDredgng Division to deter- famato r" statements about hi oag h id, eek to have the .ii
iWne if some obstruction or un- which damagedhim personally" u ed because it does-not 1s
rine ff some obstruction or un- ....... se... .. d hd
due silting the channel might' and professionally.
Shave caused the bi iep^ to be- Dodge. now at his penthouse But Pallot said "I suppose all
S 'e c caused the bin hier fro i here for the winter season, seem- the gory details will have t
e vde stuck. Later a diver from
1* Locks Division examined td h surprised at the action and come out at the trial but w
Sk floor and approach. said he didn't know what it w don't think it advisable to t
T toersiut unless Mu is "trying into them before that time."
The diver found no silting or P remote something,." He d
other obstruction that would' pomote someth. ou Hem d --ri
caused the incident. He reveal that he and his fifth
videnoc that the wider wife, showgirl Gregg Sherwood n al
Ions of the lock walls h~adwhom he married here last y ar.
bl." s r. e t.. e ide, of hare expectin g a child in M gr ishnR e
scraped but it was not ae ee a child in
husive what this was done Dodge said he has been o A
close friend and tennis fan
*Q me New Jersey. te--li .. "
Both the center and side ap- Mulloy for a "long time."
.... I easlos La walls of the Canal locks "EH.e hwaseuaos ut
red at iWthe bottom forwashington about a month ao
at tree feet for stability. and that's the last time I've
t'- e i ts unusually deep seen him," Dodge said. "He ag WAHINGTON, No 1"2 ( -
an '. broad beam there is y comrlumentary to me then. Tht tate ent has an-
m a ir nroau oeam tere "T.t Dsept t s
for maneuvering o, never had any disagreement w on

adbro bR e thr e Lof recolleNtion I have bounced that iaoassadoitng a e-
he battleships of the Newv any dia n ply from Moscw before ai
class. There is evidence with Mr. Mulloy." But he added:ublic a note m
ca nTeredIslev ince,, public a .S. note alo
that the bilge .keels "Sometimes You're liable to sa thatll mrlean s
blv scraped the sides ofthe wrorn tingr euthe wrong p s be
flare4 walh at the bottom
ought it to a halt as it Secretary of State John Foereu
n fthe chamber.uynDulles told a.enewst conoferedh
t a slight raising of the f E. o hat ambdmtdor Chaets
of Miraflores Lake byi E Bohln had sent a i to
water through the Locks, eeknn an the Soviet governmlt rquest-
New Jeney backed out ofe IS e hih LadVn ing release of all
-west lock cha nber, locked Soviet hands. No 'epty huSi
h the east chamber. and Fi received. ,
cmplted e transit a Finish Movie Then tw
manner. The nly two a
LONDON, Nov. 12 (UP) Ac- information min
.... H tor Errol Flynn was in London Homer H. l
nestr l Here today seeking a $150,000 loan to ty, aHnd Isand
-.Davw Visit finish the motion picture "Wil- Franeisco.
d-U- y 1i 7 lIam Tell" which he is making
nM. strandd. ast- n Italy The U.S. note also 1
of he Panama Ca- Flynn flew here last night other Americaans
sy. has rrved on from Italy and told reporters at Russia about whom there
l s for a visit of about London airport that production been vague rp.rts.
on official business. of the picture was stopped when Word on C6i and
.'Iormerly assistthe film's Italian sponsors ran came in mi-ctobr
counsel, was traris- out of cash. They had poured trian World Wr II prison
hi present position $700,000 Into it, he said,.
a and Is turning fromti tolis
month go a is He said he hoped to return to ing two nria i
1WCtn te I Val's IItaly in a few days with the nec- camp about 1iIO
Oc. essary capital to finish the film. cow.

Magsaysay's fortheomlI vist .t
the United States.
One of MagssaysaYs assta ts
said the President-elect is leav-
ing for the United States, bato
the end of this .month. Magay
say will become- President Dsis
30.. 1
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