The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01715
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 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
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01715
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the PANMUNJOM, Sept. 14 (UP) Some eftie Alied
. prisoner of war who once said they preferred Comma.
oIn ism to fte free world now want to come home, a Red
to spokesman aid today.
WWI.Bfd Burchett, Communist correspondent for thd
O L'Humonite, said some reluctant U.N.
FOW h changed their miqds.
S He Ad not reveal the nationality or the lumber of
$%e Allif A16ftler trying it, decide# they don'tt core to
live u Cd=m unism.
S The R K wid about 20 aon-Koreap and more than
S POW sid they dii not wenar t come hoem.
HowevA fqy said at that time they were trying to per-
mrade the ekictant POWs to change their minds.
BuTrch t alo asi '"some" of. home adidrn of the prim-
e pro-Comliunlat U.N. priL- r o o otherwise attemptin
ers have arrived In Kaesong. to t rbteW them.
Thy will be turned over to neu- A e names, of the capMtveu
trial Indian guards Sept. 20. were checked off, the Red& rb&
t Apprebamev Chinese war bled n g notokc. us oR em
Srisoaerk ca tie clMe to riou 9g Cs C nomiwmsts.M m e
todqy when th" arrived at the nale aaddaddrei ias
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con. Letters are received asotwlsvly'od aore ihandid in a wholly cooS&
dential meanet.
It you contribute a letter don't be impatlt t it dos'f *.ppe*r thi
4es day. Le atrs aren Iublhhid a th ade Twbva .
Please try to keep the itsr listed to es pegm toeatib.
Identity of letter witers is held in strietst odentdidacs.
This newspaper essumaes ne wo e onsiblit faUr tatos nts os esl mA
ip.rFs5d an letters frmn 'eso. .


Did the Gorgas Hospital staff ever give the following subject
aiy thought?... not only in their roles of physicelns buttas ex
tectant fathers and concerned husbands also?
Here at Gorgas Hospital mother and father are practically
separated at the elevator door. She goes to the labor toom and
te o wait in the lobby. Though he wants to be with his wife
d she needs him'as never before -- his role Is sometimes treat-
d as a joke.. .
SAt Colon Hospital, is in lhnost all hospitals. and in the very
est hospitals in the States. the husband is allowed in the labor
toom with his wife. His presence does a lot td relaxr br. Besides
lending moral support, he can wipe her brow and perhaps mas-
sage her back. Some of the leading obstetricians maintain that
a husband's presence ii the greatest comfort during labor.
There. are undoubtedly some mothers who would not prefer
their husbands with them Well and Rood. Dadd3 cad easily go
home and anxious; await the arrival of little junior.' On the
9ther hand. there are those of us who would appreciate our hus-
band's presence at this time.
Many people mi say that we are seeking sympathy. Don't
-yu think at a time like this a laboring mother deserves at least
A-little? .
" We're neither difiereni, from the mothers in the States nor
the mothers at Colon Hospital. So how about it?

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Never, but podtUVa nem.-a,
s 72 years has the' AFL volun.
ousted a aackatUe ten
Its officialdom,
Zg t eeias only. tsair to repoA
this at a moment' when th
. CIO's national leaders, some o:
. them under constant bofU
are preparing to tackle
* mobs which have kille to pro-
te ct ,S9,000" perMye*r-per.
plant rgekef4.
The reord, which I have
searched carefully those .many
terror-illed weeks mreeals thta
only newspaper pressure, arrest
and convictions have lift81
crooked labor officials out oi
their unions.
SNever has thee been sel-
searching by1 the AFL leadership.
And It has long been'predcted
here that soon en h a clu c-
tic week would b eaohed hf
the thousands of Ideplist, cru-
sading labor leaders would find
thet"lWeaS work oplrdd by
flerC- pitblic wrath pro#okle by
a rash of scandals.
We have Juat gone through.
te waeek wl by en4-
dence or became of estIM
oa autedreu e this K
brultaW and lnd1erilaUse
i jldthiar of dllan b u b" I
ouiu ent tf lauet had-
eM maRy of who, V1l1
tsame their iatlonal ue
when the irial put th
the dcfe t. -
Mr. Supreme cllousnes,' and
not bause r. think h te
mot, Important ive y ferst
the bek-flsted bi Rin, the
ujilon chief of aAs ct, t
'crusader" in aJ alt-condlUi ed,
Cadllac. .
Ring. the re Teamtera
bos of ,a was indicted
by a au 5and Jury on
charges of t bemlement and
second degree robbery. If Ring
is convicted, t-r court will In
effect' have OaR that he stole
money froh the local from
the pivletpa4t he so nobly led in
his Jdng-tited (what else) air
cooled cdeh.
Three others were -.ndicted
with hbnim IOhevlln of Loca
838. on ehr'ges o( intent to klA,
and carrying concealed weapon.,
Del Nabors. a dug charged with
felpqo~wu san ult, and Will Wil-
kinson, chtef of the Heavy Con-
struction Laborers Union Local
663, for secoQd degree robbery.
Co.greuoenal probers hsA
discovered t* then gladla-
'MEt BtkbepiasreoadHlbBn'fb-
tef l OMeugch aw tht ",ie '
leane has become the adltetor"
of eop flu The committeeI

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825, whoV thiffit e had recov-
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hospltajl id m., 4M4n w moathaI

wanted toteollt. New maru

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leave Dtroit and
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uis, on which all
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lep than we three. and the two
o heart In the North hand
own today? They ad no vaclubs,-
n sour tt won indepeAnept and
Flsit h6 didn't need to ruff any-
thth the dummy. Nevprompte-
drew tru were Importadt card,
and queen l.t his contract be-
Cats hn overlooked their une-

. opened sthe Jack o clubs,
d outh won in OwI hand
ttth tie ace. South promptly
drew trumps with the ace, king
atd queen. Thls was a fatal er-
ror, as we shall see.
Sol. oh next led. a spa to-
wdrn dtNmny, WeAt played low,
ab dummy wf 4ble to win witui
thd rois of flidea. There was
boW no coveint way to re-

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declarer^s hasb. He was now
sn tio lose ae ub, two dia-a
onds r and a spade trick y
Dummy'a small trumps Were
useful a a wy og getting ,oit of
the dummy nd Into .the South
bawd safelt. After wUUing the
t. trick with. the aeeat clubs,
South e.O. afford t draw one
trump and one trump only.
The correct play Is then to
switch to; spades, wheriupok
Mest would play le(w-a dum-
my would win w. -the king.
Now. outh would retn to his
own ha *.fU a trump. Only
after maklnt this play, would it
be proper., for South tm &aw the
third round of trhimps
south could now afford'.t lead
his secbnd spade. nd .West
weuld be unable to defl~t the
contract. If -he took tb. .ee of
spades. South could get to-dum-
my with the kIng of clubs In or-
der to discard a club loser on the
queen of spades. If iWet dAidld not
take his ace pSidfl MOedl-
ately, dummy wou it'a 'With
the queen and South would hot
lose any spade trick at all. Ei-
ther way, of course. South would
make his' contract very elfly.


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members of the Jewsh faith tempt, at at pl a.thfrt
throughout the world from sun- The astry remva
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nin at 7pS p^m. Wi be conduct- A pre-jubile .vaude h. tehow-
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sautry anrC prodU.ers w u
woaiuq't gie LAem hurk ailte
tneir sSaitujm uanleae, eiulbcc
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d t6,i nave assume new names
S:fl ana live in iear oi oemi recog-
n naea. .
*"** riere are more Who'b Where?."
*., facts lor ians who are discover-
.:, ing now grlEt yesterday's stars
e: m were, on1 'V. and lor seatialen-
:,m, taiiiats who st l get" a lilt out
,*a* of hearing the names of Con-
"* stance 'ialmadge and Colleeni
.. MoLore.
Priscilla Dean is married and
i siv la Washngton, D. C.. ...
Jtta Goudal, the exotic siren
S oft "Three Faces East." is Mrs.
Harold Gr-eve mnd her name
S- can be found in the social
M b Sleeper. has a j*teIh7
S ato0 Iti An Ju8n, Puesto Rico.
M*ry Miles Minter; plumper
than tan kem.ei) her, Unv
at Lagunis- g19,0 Calif.,
operates an -an ..t deeoritonU
business undfr hr. name tof
Ju te s.b ...a. Npnk Mavp,
the handsome profile man ao
the silent erk whow starred In
must of the'Elipor Glynn films
made it MO4M. notably "WUld
Oringes," sells 16 1nmm relllious
fils to churches add TVstj-
S tiddias.
Carlyle Blackwell, one at the
lady-killers.of the early novie
period, lliwes M PaA Beach, Fla.,
and moves'In stratospherlc so-
ciAl circles.. .4& sMa. Carlyle
S Jr., is a ,iLaceful _.olUYwood
photographer...' LiUI*n Leigh-
toan, unforgettable as theW pioner
*oman whio olled cgaret. in
S "the Covered Wagon," Is re-
gpaited to be living at the Mo-
. tion Picture Coi ry Hemne
Anna Q.. Ni' n, the -Ira
beauty from 5 n to be eo-
based by th ,*flcan.puablic
plays, occ 't2sf ro
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U rs ago he has a Ilight limp.
Din Bard. Rdth. R lAmindJs lh-.
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r laid to be working as 0.leswom-
- an in a Beverly Bills woman's
D shop. . Hairlson ford. crippled
r In a serious accident years aeo,
I ha& retired fr6m the acting po-
i eadobn.., Handsome, debenrlr
Noeiman Kerry is -ta edto
I newpaperwo uS- yKgh
Ad his na os n in society
eolumna in a tara, Calif.
Norman is (on of the new film
Sstarq, It not the nly One, who
i ever joined tie gb liLelgion.
Top that, Lrroll
Evelyn Brebt, active up untfl
a few year go, yeag In We4t-
wood VYlt at bstdft's throw
from HolU*ood. So does vet-
eran chara. qer star H. 1& War-
ner, who waVes a ct e greet-
Jim o hft .fas r iair- 1k his
daly constitutional.
OMreth Hughes, Who co-star-
retfrith May MeAvo In "Senti-
mental Tommy" in 1921. is
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YFruu PnSinai ,
LIMA, tefpt. 1 to recognl,
tton of PnagrI '.2 sa iluvei-
Wery itas resident, Artuwa B.
Shea, was today. awarded the
Order of Merit as a.Grand Of-
ficer for Dftlngui ed Services.
This singular Honor, the high-
est awarded 'by the Peruvian
GOvernment to civilians Dther
than head. of state, was con-
ferred b1 Foreign Minister Ri-
cardo Rlve'a schreiber repre-
senting President Masuel A.
Witnessing the ceremony,
which was held in the historic
Torre. Aagie Palace, ere- the
Milar oat Aeronauties, Lt CCoL
Ma M. Sooner: t h. sector of
w es A nUethe. h rlos
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scren vamp whO puilvried. etweoa 4
grandpa when she said, "Ipsa AAirs, as
me, my fonol" la "A Fool There El Pacific
wps," has been losing hep eye- Shea. wl
glght. of Panagr
Pauline St.arkt, of the high fIrM vice
cheekbones,; hollow cheeks and CO,
Gloria SwanwK look i4ves l Aoeempa
Xaverly HUls aDA talks about a fort. to
nMovie comcbacL .abA Miay decoration
Woens, tte Amertecafbtkb O hia t tet ..*pO
nbse film star. owhss a bD tch and .Miha
house at Santa Mpnca . vice preside
Shirley Ma-on, Who sttrrel inI ager of P
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wile of movie director Sidney nivermry,
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No. 12,179 Central Ave.

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FOR SALE--25 ce. 1 cu. ft., FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile 76 *| ,
Wr.nghu orcelon retrager.. Duty pa d. Fine condition, radio. wkends.
t. both' Central[ Avenue "K" St, cai .
alur. deltratr clock., good cond'- 'May be seen throughout day at DR. WENDEHAKE.,Madicol Clinic.
ar. Ccdspor dry closet, bar Bglboc Garden. $1.250 cash. Must Centrel Avenue "K" St., c Irner Gramlich -
Seo.00 Ucer *oshingjh mo- sell soar. Ask for Johnson Telephone 2-3479, Panaha. '; ...
cnre geoa condlNo, $-1 .00 Ct- FOR SALE.-1950 Sport De Luxe. A VISIT TO THE SAN '-LASrGambol;,4-. .
tice Baoinroa 2-2158. Home Pedro' Mercurs, all extras. Phone Curun- ISLANOL SEPTtMEER 1i 1.9, 20 i
Miguel 4-686 du 5245. The trip of our life A Jungle Jim llips. .aemseli "
d --- __ Jaunt thru the Panama Canal to Co Colarg,. Bst 4 .111.
FOR SALE. Maodern Mid aport-FOR SALE.- 1938 Buick. ew tires. Ion Son Bias and Porto ello! A three Panama
rrnt sto.e. lnteintuo.l t-Iberoester1 engine just- oe+ahouled. in excel- day trip aboard the Hotel El Panoma's Hounss on hoc Santo
refr.geratc.7 cu. ft -bed corr- lent carondition. $175.00. 194" Pescadora. Leave Balboa Friday 6 a. in _a1.:
rple. A r ecellet condon Plymoith 4 Dr., godd condition m, arrive Colon 2:30 p.m.. leave Pin INbs
House 14, 12 Srre. Frn- duty pa d. $650. House 120, Pedro Colon 9:30 p. m. for Son Bias and or, u tIi,."
S .I M*uei, Telephone 4-567. Porto. Beloe. returning Colon.Sunday FSrsVsc A..
OR SALE.-Frig;do;r Refrigeraotor,FOR SALE -1942 Oldsmobile, duty afternoon. Through the Canal AMan- see Cl.. PIee s 3
25 cycle. .S5 00 Dog IBox*i paid. House 2047-B, .3rd Sh, Cu- day. 6 a. m. returning to Bolboq. N USnam'249 f
f tmale l sear old S1000. House runidu. Meals catered by El Panama. Brin W .
1 517-D CoC. -- --- lacks, sHorts, blthirng suit, lackpts .K K l g
1 7 Cc--sFOR SAL ":- 1946 Hudson coupe fhppers and speors for underwater T T ',
1 OR SALE -- 60 cvcle. I-, H. P. Must sell immediately. First rto- fishing, ari your camero and rplIt
oshong machine rotor 25 cycle sonoble offer accpted. Call Pon- of color f M Please make reserve-.
F gdaioe al porcelain. House ara 3-045 0 r D t .eoly through P u a TrvNel A
.. 3-B],d Street. Curundu FOR SALE -1940'Fordav Ford Duty Agghi. or Jungle Jim Pricer'at I01n- '7'I1N1OH. .
C' SALE- 7 drawer Singer ma- pad, $150.00. 2-4.148-or 0586- oma, -1d60. Special price for gr o anrtr we..... -
ch.ne. dningrOOm set Daven0orl' C. Old Corral Area. of 10. to 16 people. Pnoa 3-4941
spr' Liciera. 7 ft. 25 Refriger- T-SALEaI NA & W' YO'
09cr porcelain in and out all in FOR S-e
perfect cor.d.to B.argain price to Mint 17000 Round Trio Modprn 2. 4
Varry large mirror, mahogany bed Mototyele.s $T26.00. One-way to New York: oriutlmfulw d, A7 hen*m.1
and other Vhousehold articles. NaoM o4.00. ORt- $214w00 y Office 8061, r, Colon. -
367 Apr. B Pora,so Canal Zone FOR SALE-Motorcycle. 1953 Ari PANAMA DISPATH SERVIC Telephori 138l' '.'
1 oR SALE -Q M. tbI $6.00; bed suare four, $600. Phone 4-56 telephone 2-11655. FOR RENTf T e'alS
.0Rth mStAE S. t$10.00; C.off. House 120. edro Miguel ments in a four prt-
roble S5CO; chairs $1.50; pirr S A mets w Vie Ar-' i '
row's $1 75; 12-family apartiient FORU ALE mio-. C e -
venation binds $18 set. Tel. 2- motion lfl
S 3406. r 0788-. Wiliamson Plac. Real Estt SAL FOR RENT- ;al
FOR SALE--25 ft. hose $3, dress FOR SALE:--Chalet in San Francis- ORw.rtg Snor portable buildiR tesp
fern $3. mer l bed sp gs mat- c 2 bedrooms,. 13,000. Agen- est at new. P
tre- $15, bumper lack S4, dining cias Thomas. Central Avenue 259. Call be Sund FOR RENT:
table. but er, 6 chairs $60. Cell, Tel 3 .169.t
Slboa 3143 alter 4 o'clock. -d-- C 1.' .St. .;. 'fsruda m
WANTED YoBg MSear Ea ATE ad'
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El aR m *l DALLASB,Tex.,Sept.14 (UPI- oa tS.00.-8 bget Cr "
Elmer K. SulhVOai A 34year-olO t other. Was hItoW ous charts ld Orde s Ap
'*P~ R'on murder .eharM"ge fy iff front AGENCpAS STEER, S. A. Tel- Tel. 136, Ceirt
ot a For' Trial palibe fouhd her eatnggrap ephonw Ponaol.2-1119 Aparte-
On Burglary Count o FR SALE -195. .table model Z- .;

Thet sero'of --iql2rsned-. f PORsa.l.l1
d iia, charged wit breaking fod nd cardrivar ,,.AAr= ,7"154. F O- L '- S
'Balboasapa t Wes*W sW a natve of if
Sofh rg -. n fWtith"dt the O SALE3: 'ran, cop ,Cr
S 20ra checks b hont sof th atvt e niathWr. eMtra, lbr et. Oast $485eOQ. 3-
etw to the U.S. District Court Of the Satarday. he* was not Price 00.00. Phaon 3-2984 .
Ansc during the Friday aft- Jdentified ending formal filing Crstobl. ur
eoon session In the Balboa of murder charges tamorrw. FOR SALE;-Aupple. part boxer et -
agistrate's Court. D.aeeisn1e 3t. .Gent Mtn alS o air cnoprewe. Phoan 2-4492. ice
1- o sald'he food the Vonmn sttu House 5824. Dio-i .. A ioc '
Sdefndnt. RRoy SALE -Brand new -
auivani to alleged to have bro- In her purse he sld was a 2 FR SA Brnd nw Cusha
: s.nto the apartment ca C liber tplat- freo 'Wh all but ct or. Reai fohable. uall Albrek
't-. "Choppy" White in Wil- one bullet had been discharged. -
iamson Place on the night, of She tola Meltop she &w Ra --
Aug. alsochargedw stead coming toward the apart. Il. di
I Is also charged with steal- mentiand was afraid of what e W
pt .a wallet which contained might do. She said he tr to ..
i O ift n cash and checks amount- force his way into 'the apart- UF t S y
i -v-to W The cash wan not meant and didn'to seem. a id at d l
melsred, but the other I teams air' when she oupt4 egun. -
but ?The detective said she admit- A G

H the doorstep shortly .after pollee WARMIN.TON. Sept 14. (UP) '.
1 iyW sr ,rved h--Te General Service. Admin- wb t e iP 1
io o. .B aShe told police she had been latzatti (0A launched "a m
(Continued Ins m Page 4) livIng alone since her husband, "systematic attack" today on
-.,.. who 1A In the Navy, was. trna- thft htb cost of boverulupat and ,SW a*r
Dvtr ., to the Pluts to frdtm orpues Chatai t4 a -to federal s aenples to
S a at St. Mary's episcopal Norfolkr, V, last May. bhe se fis "new money saving o
rch In Nixon, Nevada. Other h "r three children Were in practice' of '. Ng mTe,
oi who ave' up their mdvie ahool re-ving with relatives T
ea's for? holy work are J- *aMelitoaila ithe woman ad yt- ltjA AdAnlniatrat<. dmiund.n w.
Quley,Vhhe child star, Who teolh ac4 known Ramatead for P. Mfalsure -wrota all cabinet t 4,
lnew ,anuwiththe Dau j-tW months and had been "going members d head qf other ld
.qf Mary.and Joseph atmagw hit." sajot departments- ur "a Wh ount fl --
( lacte rbrt. The )axiao a______ n___e he review- of procurement raCce re.
a Fracitsean. monk and.U rs UVi Air wnmies the new me ho ai- fe bo
a- ordained priest In Peru. pound I Into
er star Uoyd Mhe I M sister Arrives *"lrux of the problem l
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eflrtmeu stIn New r ,- ..Luls ;of byCe DaperwO .we can sav m iangreat
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mand-one-hu lent victory over 2-Re. ia .2
muturls eh0ipe 0O in the 3-Re-sortS
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Get Threats

Df Violence

1 '-HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 14 (UP)-
rita ayworth's attorney said
today the actress has received
two letters threatening violence
to her and her daughter, Yas-
msin, unless the child was re-
t urn e d immediately to the
ather, Moslem Prince Aly Khan.
Attorney Bartley Crum said a
speciall detail" of private de-
tectites were guarding the star
apd her daughter.
MisW Rayworth is In Las Vegas,
tiev., actingg to marry crooner
]Mck taymes. The child ia at
\ Rta'l nearby Brentwood home.
Crum said the case was
turned over to the FBI and
that the contents of the letters
could not be disclosed. He said,
however, that he had read the
two letters sent the actress
and that "there was some-
thing in them to Indicate they
came from a religious fans-
The first letter was received by
Rita two weeks ago, Crum stated.
The second letter was post-
marked Sept. 7.
He said the second letter was
from New Rochelle, N. Y.
Crum said there was a pos-
msilty that the letters were sent
by a crank, but that he had
wired the prince's father, the
A~a Khan, "asking him to cau-
tion bis followers as far as Rita
and Tamnin are concerned.
Meanwhile, 24 guards were
pmsd at the Sands Hotel in Las
Vegas to protect the actress. A
private detective agency Is
guarding the child at the Brent-
wood home.
Meanwhile in Paris, Charles
Totem, Aly's lawyer, said today
Rita's decision to refuse a di-
vorce settlement with his client
for relljous reasons was "simply
"I am frankly surprised" To-
rem said when a correspondent
read him the declaration made
by the red-haired actress in Las
Vegas to Crum.
"I am more than surprised -
I am amazed Torem said. "The
problem of ihe religion of the
child Yasmin has never been a
ptotelem in this tricky settlement
"Miss Hayworth refused 'a
reported1,000,0 settlement
offered by Aly Khan because
"she wanted her daughter to
be rained as a Christian and
an Ameriean, and not as an
umalli Moslem."
"'ight from the beginning, It
was agreed between myself and
Crum that the child would be
raised in the religion of her
father and grandfather, the Aga
Khan. religious leader of the
Ismall sect of Moslems," Torem
Torem said previous official
declarations by Crum clearly In-
dicated the fact that the child
would be raised in the Moslem
faith when she reached the age
of reason. Torem said Miss Hay-
worth had agreed to this.
Officials Confirm
POncher Was 149
QUERETARO, Mexico, Sept.
14 (UP) Local officials con-
jrled today that rancher Mar-
al Pina was 149 years old when
Be died yesterday.
They said a record of his
birth had been found In church
lina, whose oldest son is 105
ea'wM old, "has more than 200
Immediate descendants," they


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French Beat

In Big Indoch
HANOI, Indochina, Sept. 14 The Communists have bee e
(UP) An assault force of sev- re-equipped with supplies from
eral thousand French U nio n Red China during the mbiosoa
troops attacking beneath an urn- season and are believed ready to
brella of American-built Bearcat launch an all-out offensive. with
fighters smashed acres the Day dry weather this month.
River today and broke through Navarre, French supreme comr
the outer defenses of 50,000 Corn- mander in Indochina. is battlim
munist rebels massing for an to gain time so his own forces
autumn offensive in Indochina. can be regrouped and wulppe<
The French forces were led by with new supplies from P0,0o0,.
paratroopers who hit Red con- 000 in aid supplied by the Uited
centrations around Chochal, in States.
the mountain strongholds about
30-miles south of Hanoi. Ho Chi Minh, leader of the
Three Communist-held villages Communist-led rebel Viet Minh
were "neutralized" in the first in broadcasts to Isolated Red
assault as other French troops units hidden In the jungle, has
hammered across the Day River been exhort s followers to
and chopped off Red salients on strike before. UNavarre plan"
the south edge of the enemy po- can be put. tm ffelt.
sition. As in.the operation, Na.
Gen. Henri E. Navarre trigger- varrne's ide been to mount
ed the -lightning attack as part a series of Sif8d offensives, In.
of his campaign to keep the Reds flict casual m d destroy sup-
off balance. pies, and then withdraw.

'54 Cars Swish High Fashion

'Petticoats' Rainbow Hues

DETROIT, Sept. 14 (UP) -
The auto industry Is borrowing
a page from milady's fashion
designer and will display their
1954 automobiles' "petticoats"
to good advantage.
The "petticoat" of a car Is its
interior. Until very recently It
was just somthl nto get into,
But just as Fashon
glve us a peak at elacy ltp;
the auto industry Is attracting
the eye to a harmonious rainbow
of interior color combnantlons
and material designs.
This emphasis on the interior
of the cars stems in good part
this year fhom most manufac-
tures' plans to "dress up" their
1953 models for 1954 rather than
go into extensive- and ex-
pensive- all-out redesign.
At press previews of the new
models th cigar-c hew n g,
rough-and-tumble sales one-
cutives talk about new seat ma-
terials, thv design and color
lwrmony of a car's interior as
If they were selling dresses for
Christian Dior.
And why not? Did you ever
stop to figure out how much
more time you spend Inside your
car than just standing outside
looking at It?
The neighbors see more of
the outside than you do.
If what nas been seen so far
is a trend, the interior of next
year's cars will be just as pret-
ty as the Interior.
No more color vacuums-dull
shades of gray, brown and blue
that go with everything but
complement nothing.




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