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Panama City News (Newspaper) - November 7, 1952, Panama City, Florida Tables Stadium Question Northwest Florida's Newest Newspaper PANAM TELEPHONE 8585 VOL. 7 SIXTEEN PAGES TOITED PRESS (FULL WIRE SERVICE) Northwest Florida's Most Complete Morning Newspaper WDLP-AM-FM 590 kc 98.9 me TRADE IT! See the Used Car Bar- gains in Today's Clas- sified Section. PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7 195? NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSOCIA-TION- 'COMPLETE SERVICE) PRICE FIVE CENTS 150 H ear urammond Lis Legion Membership Benefit A crowd of 150 pel sons in the American Legion Home last night heaid Addison Diummond, depait- rnent comniandei, list the benefits of Legion and the Panama City post on to greater efforts. j Speaking at the kickoff banquet of the Legion's membership drive, Drummond said the American Le- gion "is just what the make it j "Panama Citv has always been rmiong the outstanding he said, "and I feel confident that It will continue to be so." Radio audiences of both local Stations heard the address m v.hich tSiummond pointed out the fields work cnried out by the Lesion. The first, he said, is woiship, ioliowed closely bv Citizenship. "These two are b.iMC, he said, "in all our lives S p e a K i n <_ of spoi tsmansh.p. Druivmond mentioned the Ameri- can Leanon baseball oiotriam as an example of Legion eifoits to teach ouih the fundamentals of fair "Another is fellowship." he add- ed. "Vetcians can nnd a world of (Turn to 150 2) K 03 By ROBERT VERMILLIO.V L'nitcd Press Staff Correspondent TOKYO. Fii NOT.. 7 (UP' __ Chinese troops launching attacks in an attempt to enlarge their gams on the bloodj Tiiansjle Hill sector of the cential front. handed two sharp setbacks yhursdaj. f In one. a murdeious Allied ar- tillery ban-ago wipeci out 200 Communists who attempted to storm Allied positions between Triangle Hill and Sniper Ridee. Earlier 160 Reds were beaten back after a two hour-? and 20 minutes assault on South Koiean forces holdmcr Sniper Ridce. But the Chinese had secured their position atop dominant and strategic Triangle Hill and forced the South Koreans to call off their A shim split which threatened to deadlock Commissioners last night ic-.suHcil in a two weeks on action or. p'ooosal to float a S250.000 certificate issue lor con-ti uct.cn or a h'gn school stadium hei e schools annual home- Mpjor Call culled foi the comlas ites got off to a delav when the <-chiMn lousln" here last night with in the ant: t-i open the Blow" at the football discussion of an roui ara a half Practice field. Miss Jean Biegs Repirs-pnuimes of at let'st three home coming queen civic clubs, .-chool officials and school socieities competed in membeit. of the athletic advisory slc-ts- boaid dunng the d.scussion penod A crowd of more than 1000 stu- dents a.id townspeople gatheied at Only two voiced opposition to the a bir bonfue The skits weie pie- proposil sehtfcd a big- truck The band But Citv Comm.ps.oneis James and cheer leaders kept the place Hayes rnd Will both said Jumping between skits they w-.uld %ote amiinst the issue Finalists m the queen contest if action weie pieced last msht !-n- addition to Miss weie i Hayes indicated, howevei Holliday, Ann McCrame might favor the piouosal if he were Shnlej Jackson "and Shiiley Alur- mere time to it iav. i Hughes did not whether he Intel national Relations Club pre- would favoiaah aftei sented the prize skit i the delav Book. with Peggy Hutchms'on en- The proposal, uist ad-.anced bv actina the lole of the super-active i Giay, cr.lls for issuing cer- Pieache: The Civic Club put oil e (Turn to MAYOR GRAY Page 2) football skit the French Club a, jcabaie- scene and the Future Homemakers Association also pre- -i The Book." Judges were Masbuin. Tommy Smith and i J H Retheiford. A sock dance was held afterward -n the school gym, with students i snucking their shoes before partici i pating. Charlie Cooper's orchestra I plajed. as a project of Musicians1 Local Union 448. 'nze Nov. 6 atomic phy- isicists, two British chemists and STOCKHOLM, 'UP) Americr rade Today's big events are a pa- m the afternoon and the a French novelist 1 Jay weie chos- High football game to- I en wmneis of ihe 952 Nobel prizes in their reaper fields. The Royal .ademv of Science decided to de the S32.910 ics puze bet- cen Edward M Pur- cell of Harvard Unueisitv and Fe- lix Bloch of Stanford Universit reiiy Girl Blames Father for Ugly isser; Pops His Skull With Hammer night. The parade starts at 2-15 fiorn the high school and will pio- cecd down Harrison avenue. Prizes will be awarded for the floats Open house will be observed at the school beginning at 10 a. m A dance is slated tonight at the PROVIDENCE, R I Nov. 6 (UP) An atraclive Florida girl alleged- lv ambushed her father and smashed his skull with a claw- hammer here today "because he made me ugly-looking." Canvass Board Will Meet Today costly but heioic week-long The father. Ralph Burns 52 off gle to recapture the peak Lakewood, R I was hospitalized j in critical condition with a skull fracture. j The girl. Mary C. Burns, 23, of Beach. Fla was booked Bay County canvassing- board on a charse of assault with intent tull meet this morning to officially to nlurder- canvass returns and count 619 ab- Police said she told them that for sentee votes. 110 she had harbored hatred The final complete unofficial vote for nei father, whom she had not in Bay county was: since he separated from her President Adlai Stpver.son. 9.- mother in 1937. 722. Dwicht Eisenhower 5.210, cov- einor Dan McCa.rty Har- S. Swan 1.095- Bay hospital lo-
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