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


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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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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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,Greaoease Slayers

Brought To Kansas

In Heavy Shackles
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EANSACS imt, Mo., Oct. 13
(tI) Tb. Deobby Grealasee
slayen wre brpuht to Kan-
msa Ct It halm under caver
of nfttlg teay to law a
pen t art one of the Bnst
,oeld- oed kidnapif on
h z dIct Cart Auil*a Hal,
7, a al h scoholic woman ac-
c Bonnia e ea.41, ar-
v 3:45 : m. from St.
*re returned to be tried
under the Lndberh JAW In the
city were th abdua their
mIx-ye0.M hth ty t. .'in
weIH plot to colleo P,-0oq

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I aconuMUnled U.
bars.Haa41w I li in &,pa
mara R B
FW16 th -
Mrs. He ie
'ta b scorwte by U.S. Mab
OgfttohnAtmelet, Mra. M er B t-
aa, Mrs. Lee Darvson And a
ua, Lee Tester.
SWalt Ws dreped in gray work
.lothing. The trousers aSa shirt
matched in color and material.
During the minute and ball
the pair were in tIe j I g
Hall stood erect and lent.
The-. abdpetrs of obby
Greanlease confessed yestep..
day the sever ilaeaded to let
the Bttl b6y liUe d even d
his grave and. beght h-rle-
I eM to eover the bedo belw
they bMnaped him.
Hall and WMs. Heady told the
I that Hall shot aityear-e
Dbby through tl1e head In t
)SDjw wheatfleld' lea! than -n
bour after the kidnapping. *
Crossing that state line mde
tim abect to. the LUndOeiU
lw and federal atotIes flis
ohary" to brInr them to trl
facing the nat penalty.
S The new enfeasions blew. |
i Mrs. eaidy'p pta tIat she ah
I been ho- edL the *hele-
i affaire ad alw oied Themn-
Sia J0ohn MOAh, ex-onvlet
:ho Hall had acau seM
biffllft Bbyy.
T h patual Acee of the
ing was iqde a h oh
whe*-fled, sow tub l e
Silesm authst .of Kansas
t T7iUalyaut houae I haf a
h* adiltiog of the actual
Laying was announced in Wash-
tatos- bty J. dlgw: Hoover, di-
rote' of ti B l
. It eame atfer t6e- uple had
eeq questoned tl -for
.the areinus 48 ht I ;I a-

They told them bullet found
in Mrs. Heady's station wagon
came from the 38 caliber revol-
ver Hall had In his room when
They said blood was found In
the station wagon and that a
mechanical /pencil of Bobby's
had been found at the murder
i'naUy the pair began to crack
and make certain admissions
Sunday. Warden ,. E. Hensley
of the city Jall wad called in, ap-
parntly becautAe FBI agents
wanted him present when the
tatSemOts were taken.

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Navy Task Unit

Arrives Here
An estimated ,l00 A S slors
will bt having shore leave on
both the Atlantic and Tacific
side this week.
They comprise the crews of a
four-ship task unit headed by
the aircraftt carrier Palau. The
task unit arrived in Balboa early
this morning from San Fran-
The PaTlau i .docked. at pier
15, Balboa. The Navy transport
Deuel and the Navy freighters
Alshain and Thaban are at Rod-
The task unit Is to, transit
the canal Thursday, and will
berth at Coco Solo before sailing
Saturday morning for Norfolk,

Exiled uayaquil

Mayor Saysl barra

Stned Fake Plot

te~ie til did not
'ictaf the miss- Carlos Guevara Moreno, exiled
Of .W" F"ra- mayor of Guayaquil presently
'ta 8rs living in Panaa charged today
:I 9 dealer in that dynamite fotid u n d e r a
ia ain for bridge near Ouaytqull Sunday
"undoubtedly was placed there
by members of the government
4tld conflicting sto- of President Velasod IbarTa."
it happened to. the The exiled a yor said the
0,00 and has taken Ibarra government.has been un-
several tours Of the able, to obtain the backing of the
real I esrch of the people.and with the municipal
electims only 18 dapl away fears
aen located, how- bela forced out' of lower id any
ael .lectio.
Ba.,r.fSS.. the sa wIsr me a

r*tjlS ) authorities In *auS
I tjifwd warrants against the
0u p1OcLarging Lindberh Act
,,0,,on, Diat. Atty. Edward
hfler of Kansas City said
he would seek "a speedy trial
and esk for the extreme penalty
The upe e is held here in lieu
$ $100,000 band each on federal
eaxtortion charges.
SHenmley said Mrs. Heady, ap-
peared happy since making the

The warden quoted Mrs. Heady
as saying: "If we had tatd In
St. Joe we would have beel A-y.
But he got some shots (larco-
tca) and wanted to travW*

EnOnurs Study

Canal Trmnsling

At Low V blity
Z. Isblter and Winslow
Palmer, engineers from the ele-
tronics department of- Eterry
Gyroscope Comuany, arrived In
the Caiol Zone this week to
make a study of navigaton in
the Canatlduring period of low
The two consultants wll be
here for about ten days.L T.bey
were making a transit t lte
Canal today, .to acquaint them-
sehes with the physical features
f the Canal.
The two consultants are here
at the invitation of the Canal
Company in connection with
present plans to Lncrese the
-caaity of the Canal.;One of
their objectives will be to de-
teifte If electronic ribs are
sibeto enable ships to navi-
gate ith Mafey urn periods
of low talbiluty.

the uncp p lee
taking place.

is Turns Turtle

Near Pien Woman

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YUGOSLAVS ON TjE MARCH-This photo, allegedly smug-
gled out bf Zone B, Trieste, shows Yugoslav infantrymen.
marching along a road. President Tito moved troops ind
armored reinforcements into the Yugoslav sector of Trieste
and told Britain and' the U. S. that he never will accept the
SAnglo-American plan to hand over Zone A to Italy.

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Suffs Inuries
"he driver of a Gill us' will
probably face charge _f reck-
ess driving in the Balboa Magis-
trate's Court Friday. Yesterday
the bus he was driving on Gall-
lard Highway turned completely
over, injuring one of his pasen-
Gladys H. Grant, a British
West Indian citizen, received a
possible fracture right hand and
was treated at the Gamboa dis-
pensary shoray after the acci-
dent. The bus was en route to
Gamboa pear the penitentiary
when it ran off the road.
Driver Guillermo SAnchez. a
32-year-old Panamanian will
probably face a reckless driving
charge. There wam heavy dam-
age done to the bus. Po1c1e say
Sbrahes c ams another ear
which was coming towards ,him
on0 the narrow road forced him

RP Officials

In Puerto Rico

To Make Study

SAN JUAN, P..It Oct. S. -
(UP) Twelve embers of a
hanaman a head-
ed eoand ent Ii-
ea Ari arrived
here last aight ta week's
star to stuy I uto Wo's
eleetuie and Pbat-Pour peo-
L~The "A, ia- Se"orM
Cea wme, o te
Presdet, amid earue Oba-
rs, Panaralan emeptMler.-
On arrival the wa wo
greet y ari
Gmrieh N -Marat and

PBinomd Linuer
Now Runmiug
Behind Schedule

INSPECTION IN TRIBTE--Maf. Gen. Sir John Winterto
(leftcenter), commander of the Anglo-American Zone A of
Trieste, and U. 8. Gen. B. M. McFayden (right center) inspect
the Trieste police force after the U. 8. and Britain decided to
return Zone. A to Italy. Yugoslav President Tito has warned
that the move can lead to conflicts with "unforeseeable con-

Of Kobbe Children On

Mass inoculation of school-
children at Ft. Kobbe was sched-
uled to begin this afternoon.
Gamma globulin, recently used
wit some success in the United
States, w11 be used for the cfil-
d1 luded In the Ft. Kobbe rei-
ervation are children from the
Fatan and Big Tree communi-
The preventative measure was
or after three Ft. Kobbe
residents their sex and ages
still unknown were stricken
with iue& They are all in thel

dation, Cincinnati, told the
House Commerce Committee
that "diagnosable polio is in-
He said he referred particular-
ly to paralytic polio and did not
include many mild cases which
are not diagnosable.
Dr. Hart E. Van Riper, medi-
cal director of the National
Foundation for Infantile Paraly-
ti, said 'none of us believes
h Salk's vaccine, if it is a
vaccine, is the final answer to
control polio."

Ft. Cao hospital and con- He referred to the possible
aidered by doctors to be "doing vaccine developed by Dr. Jonas
ftin." i. Salk and announced last
week. The national foundation
PARALYTIC POLO has aid it will conduct a na-
ON TE INCRMASE Uonwide test next year on the
ne(r discovery.
Meanwhile, in Washington to- Dr. Van Riper said that the
day, medttal authorities told Balk "vaccine" must prove it can
congressmen that paralytic polio give an immunity for at least a
is Increasing. year before t will be considered
They said the latest proposed for use on a wide scale.
vaccine although encouraging, Gamma globulin already has
till Is not final answer to been shown to have some sucoeas
control tl Im for a period up to five weeks In
Albrt of the Cbl- stavtn off the crippling effects
dream's W e ra- of pof .


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May Be Trying

To Woo Tito Back

Into Soviet Bloc

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Oct. 13 (UP) Ruei
demanded today that the United Nations Security Count
cil meet to name a governor of disputed Trieste.
The Soviet move came on the heels of a protest:
Moscow against the Anglo-American decision to trans-
fer Zone A of Trieste to Italy.
The Russians charged that the Western allies had
turned Trieste into an illegal military base and had vio-
lated the Italian peace treaty.
The treaty provided that Trieste be set up as an
international territory ruled by a governor named by the
U.N. Security Council, where the Big Five powers hold
the veto power. But- the big powers never have been able
to agree on a governor.
It was expected that the cur- Chanting demo nstrators
rent Security Council president, marched, in bands of 100 to 200
Denmark's William Borberg through the streets of Belgrade
would call a council meeting for the fifth straight day, yes
without delay. terday.
The last time the Big Five A formal note pr
tried to choose a governor for conference of Y
the projected international ter- Un
r.itorv was in Febm ary. 14I. At. Wva-l

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Dulles, Eden,

Bidault Call

Hasty Meeting

The Foreign ministers of the
United States, Britain anc
France, will meet in London Fri-
'day to discuss the Triesteositua-
tion, possible Big Four talks with
Russia, and other world prob-
lems, the State Department an-
nounced today.
Secretary of State John Fos-
ter Dulles and two top diploma-
tic aides will leave Washington
tomorrow night by plane for the
Big Three talks expected to last
about two days. Dulles will re-
turn to Washington Monday.
State Department officials
said no agenda had been set
for the hastily-ealled confer-
ence. But informants said pro-
posed Big Four talks with Rus-
sia on Germany and Austria,
the explosive Trieste situation,
possible non-aggression guar-
antees to Russia, Korea, Indo-
china and other key world is-
sues would be discussed.
Although the meeting was ar-
ranged only a few days ago to
be held this Friday, officials de-
nied that there was any "emer-
gency" need for the Big Three
Nevertheless, Yu g oslavia's
violent reaction to American-
Britis proposals to

this thne.
Dulles will meet with British
foreign secretary Anthony Eden
and Prench foreign minister
Georges Bidault.
The State Department an-
nouncement said that Eden had
invited the American and
French diplomats to meet with
him in London about Oct. 15 "to
discuss problems of common in-
"This invitation has been ac-
cepted and it has now been a-
greed among the three ministers
that the talks will commence on
Oct. 16 and last about two days,"
the State Department said.
The announcement added that
the meeting was in line with the
practice of the Big Three foreign
ministers to meet together "at
frequent intervals in one of the
three capitals."
The last Big Three meeting
was held here last July when
Lord Salisbury represented Brit-
ain while Eden was convalescing
from a serious illness.
American officials were quick'
to emphasize that the sudden
calling of the meeting was not
connected with London reports
last week to the effect that
-British prime minister Win-
eton Churchill might go to
Moscow alone for cold war
peace talk' with Soviet Pre-
mier George M. Malenkov.
SOfficials here said they had
received no such indication from
Churchill,'pointing out they had
only heard about it through the
They said they had been un-
der no pressure from the British
for top level talks with the Rus-
sians, and said they were unwor-
ried about the unconfirmed re-
ports Churchill might make a
solo trip to Moscow.
But officials did not rule out a
discussion by the Big Three for-
eign ministers of Churchill's
proposal, made last weekend, for
"friendly, informal, personal,
talks" between high level East-
West leaders.
The United States has been re-
luctaht to be drawn into top lev-
el talks with the Russians until
there is some sign of an easing
of East-West tension at lower
diplomatic levels.
There was a possibility that
Churchill might urge Dulles to
consider a top-level meeting
with the Russians when Dulles
payi a courtesy call on the
prime minister, as is custom-
Officials said they did not ex-
pect any "world shaking" news
or decisions from the Big Three
meeting. They saw it as a use-
ful and valuable way of ex-
changing views on world prob-
Dulles will be accompanied by
State Department counselor
Douglas MacArthur II, and Rob-
ert Bowie chief of the State De-
partment's foreign policy plan-
ning staff.
State Department offletls said
the Bti Three foreign ministers
meeting came about this way:
About a month ago when Prea-
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F'lueeklger had been proposed At the samee'&T'f gas"
by Britain the year before with- ernmient telegraphed an 4ea
out success. But he was turned direct to Dag H:1o toll
down in 1949, with the United It said failure of both. th
States arguing that develop- conference and the appel
ments had made it impossible to would mean that Ygeulat
set up an independent demo- would "ha recourse to sel
cratic free territory as provided defense wih all available
in the peace treaty. means."
By that time, the Western al- Both the note and the appoil
lies had announced their intent rejected the decision announced
to return the free territory to by the United States and Great
Italy. This move helped Premier Britain to withdraw their troop~
Alcide de Gasperi in the 1948 from Zone A of the Trieste ter-
election. ritory and turn it over to Italy.
It appeared highly doubtful The Soviet protest, made in g
that the Big Five powers would note delivered to the American
be able now to reach an agree- and British envoys in MoscoiW
ment that has eluded them for said: "The division of the frW
years. territory of Trieste does not con-
form with the efforts of maine
U.N. observers speculated taking peace and security."
that Russia's intervention In The Soviet note said the An*
the tense Trieste dispute glo-American decision violated
m!ght be part of a Kremlin the peace treaty with Italy. It
campaign to woo Yugoslavia said the move would lead to Inf
back into the Soviet bloc. creasing friction, especially in
Yugoslavia yesterday demand- relations between states bahler-
ed a four-power conference on ing on Trieste.
the Trieste crisis and appealed Article 22 of the Italian tPaty
to the United Nations to step in set up that area as a free rri-
if the meeting fails to stamp out tory, its integrity and indepen-
the "danger to peace." dence to be assured by the
Marshal Tito moved with dra- United Nations Security Coun-
matic abruptness an hour after lcil.
a Yugoslav mob broke into the It ended Italy's sovereignty
U.S. Information Service offices over Trieste, which Italy obtain-
and beat an American diplomat. ed from Austria-Hungary aiftt*
Williami B. King. The U. S. em- World War I, and said TrAete
bassy promptly lodged a stern could not be considered dede
protest, territory.
In Moscow. the Soviet govern- Soviet Ambassador Vassily
meant protested todav to the Valkov called a the Yug0slav
United States and Britain over Foreign Office here and had
their decision to give Zone A of what was described afterward as
Trieste to Italy and said such a "a brief talk" with Bebler.
move "may evoke new difficul- Tito uncorked his swift dli
ties in this area of Europe." plomatic offensive as Yugedla
warships were reported staad-
ing off Zone B of Trieste, and
i i both Yugoslavia and Italy
idrI Will Appeal were reported reinforcing their
troops In the area. I
r i ttUiri The US. destroyer New rode
U l ilt lll [at anchor in Trieste Harbor.
Capt. Leonard F. Friburghouse.
Aer Pid ( commander of the U.S. 6th Fleet
Se flr W IThefts destroyer squadron, visited f-
cials ashore. The New arrive
A courtroom jammed with Sunday night.
curious spectators this morning The beating of King was the
heard Balboa Magistrate Judge gravest incident involving An-
Edward Altman fine two Pana- (Continued on Page 6,.Cel.7)
manians $25 each for petty lar- -.
cenv and sentence them each to _. D hL neP i
serve 15 days in jail. I t, Roach Poison
Both defendants, Lloyd Grif- o .
fiths, 40. and Anselmo Forbes. -f Di nner Lands
43, immediately gave notice of
apal. Hospital
Both are employed by theot I Ho
Panam Canal Co. They were ac- little oy who ate an und
cused of stealing a case con- i bywhoate an ue-
ta. ig 50 cartons of cigarettes termined amount of rat and
worth $40 which was under temI roach poison yesterday. was in
oorarv custody of the Terminals Gorgas Hospital today for ob-
Division at Pier I1 The claret- servatlon. but not considered on
tes belonged to the Army Post the seriously ill list
Exellange, and were stored near. According to a police report
thie earenter shop where one of, the child. Fernando Antonio
the defendants works. IllminOai. 23 months old. of
because Forbes lives in Pana- PInama City found the poiton
ma. his anneal bond was fixed at on a kitchen table where IL was
%125 Griffiths. who resides In left Indiscriminately by his
the Canal Zone. had to pay $75 mother.
as his appeal bond The ehild was immediately
Neither of the defendants were taken to the hospital for treat-
represented by attorney todav. meant. Iis father. Geore M.
The appeal will now he heard In Hymiso., i a former employ o
the U.. District Court at Ancon. the Rallroad talroa

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S O sEAN. W SV- *= so e0 40 By Victor Riesel
IS YOUR PORUM THS RUNNERS OWN COLUMN From here to eternity may be
only three years, according to
SDefense Secretary Charles Wil-
HA b son, who believes the Soviets are
E Mdevelophient of a "dropable"
ks e eH-Bomb. But, if Wilson reads
The Ma Let as s as. pen. l.aue o y end ee radlod iTs a we* e* some of the intelligence repo?
I Leers ae Meiv Sflly ade handled a nItaly's virtually Uc known, "
Sdeatial menw. high-powered, Commalat-infl-
it yI m sa werlb e a lette deont be lIpatl t t it doesn't ppel p e treated atomic and thotemo-u-
-o h ~trated atomic and thelmo-lu-
; do L .w Webl in the ed. f ceived. clear research labs out Defene
S i L to t the letters limited d to pag lea Secretary will see that it Is later
... i 1 l o e riters s hold is srelosmt sontidea. than he thinks.
This mewusl esme no reaponsililty for s t amenm a s ontrest On the possibility that he has
e.reUed in orem Im ens. not been provided with sucB i -
ports, I want here to "rp the lid
4, CIRCULAR CONTEST TIGHTENS off these research centers which
have led the world in the devel-
Sir: opment of nuclear weapons,
much to the surprise of the pub-
Gorsh! Them Personal fellers are gonna havta stir there h e, which believes that the 0.8.
umps. They are falling way behind in the circular contest. Looks is the veteran in this ghastly ex-
e Mr .Steers in that accounting room outsmarted Mr. Doolan plosive field. 11
called in reinforcements. He aint don bad himself but with Thee Itallas labs were th e
r. Baldwin pinch pitching fer him when he aint throwing them first to develop the atomic
s self, they gotia running lead on Mr. Doolan an he better watch bomb disintegration praln ple.
out. Them decimal point pushert sent out five of the hottest They were then, and We now,
circulars this week I ever did get n that puts them a couple or infiltrated by secret Soiet a-
three sets out in front of Doolans boys. Looks like hes gonna havta gents-and at least several
1 fr help. pro-Soviet scientists.
An I doht like that. I like to see a close contest with the Yet these center the newest
oys infightin all the way. Now iffen Mr. Steers boys are gonna of which are being completed at
S un away from Mr. Doolans outfit then maybe he will stop sending turn, in the heart of Oommu-
ut personal circulars and give up in disgust an then I wont have nist labor strength, and in the
ny more ctoss words puzles to work. Course I like to read Mr. pine woods at San Rossore, be-
teers circulars two on account they always leave me rad like tween Psla and Communestroon-
of the pomes I write. I don't rightly know why them cir- trolled Leghorn, are the pivotal
a make me sad. Cant understand em and don't know what poaits of a huge pool of Europe-
y mean but they have a sort sound like a battery of caows n Council for Nuclear Rese ach,
hewing there cuds at the same time which always gives me are Belgium, .Denmark, race,
only feeling. Some people like to look at the sun setting or the Italy, Greece, Norway, Holland,
ide rollin in or the stars in the sky. But I like to watch canow Western Germany, 8 w aede ,
aawome of my bIn the reaswn page at n and Ant 's t de a th w .a e

hewin there cuds fer a reel feeling of sadness. That's the reason Switzerland and Tito's Yugoala
write some of my best pomes in the stables at night. An thb vie.
It, nu.tlt ea4 some t e.pircla.rdo. t~ loud. ~ey Britain does not belong offi-
a i s iWoffWt- likemy pomes d a lotte r6al ....ii ztat Olally, but participates at i t
I like. Yesdree, I bet that man could write good pomes two. supposedly ultra-secret session
S Mr. Doolans circulars don't effect me that way at all. An through an accredited renresen-
there aint much mystery about them, what they say, that Istative who sits in as an observer.
:Now whar they goes. that's another thing. That's where th e iple This man has brought back to trocc e ase(I-O
comes in, what t6 do with em after you read em. The directions a spy-infestel British A and H-
'* sayn to take out a certain section and remove a page an change bbmb researM center all our
'a word an put in the new page and correct the index and throw latest secrets.
away the old page. I have a feel t I aint doing it right all the Bow? Deause the U.S. gives
time. I dont really throw away the out dated sections. I use the a considerable amount of its ..
I backs of them to write my pomns on. An I don't think I am takin newet daa to the emu C ane d
out enough old sections. Other day I went over to see pmy friend permits Cunell membes to C, A MCAFe Morocco. o could 'know their work, from ai
Pete in the cold storage section at Mount Hope and he showed .omem here for eonsltatm or stna ed rpa a ie haonb ei iW aI h went who have bad a proud c
me his manual. Gorshi l an is only two inches thick and mine Is to actually assist in pe* ouat to Noussew sto d" how the ban ment aW tha work on
four-an-a-half inches thick right now after Ive taken about six mentation. Obviously, Samet was or wasn't coming on, when the p ect c-.- They have been a
inches of out-dated sections out of it. Looks like something wrong. Inportanee as an tomie ta, reator turned out to be a kid from Caro06 nam. Love'ad Taters Ma d ll
I I wonder iffen me an my helper lugged that there Personal es headguarxte s a n Jim Love. honest pe formae p
I manual up to the Administration building. would Mr. Doolans reme, I say kid from oin. because' when I w was to yeas plu ars p i
boys revise it fer me. Id like to get it down' to where one man can I ran into this nest thi sum. ar lo l e as na t U:tU wty of North Co- pride,, to their p(ua
handle it an besides I bin running out of ome writing paper, m or when I worked wi the alin 1h- by th tr aanMk ae 8t *' ad ipaer. Theran
S-SaeP e Saw. leaders of the antl.aommul~t the Phi ~ AC a gmsahouseF -4 bi. lt' ot rthe itaryI out of It league
Italian labor movement on stad- from Dur ae~ It.-r s. u tat the man who .I
lia of the use of atomio energy ran a Io' o E blu eat- -J this Is witten, I bbad.
hfor industrial purposes. The la. man ne o who to b:ae Ita&on ut r an as to' Who or -.whl
b,++ -,ItiiR n lomeenlttI o -, I a Brtot of d1rtA 2 I- ee

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flDam, < ifmu aW o nIi rotrf* h. aa tnaptrt paet who saMd staat o pias Amerioan at
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i' felt b John is of Au- LJ wi L inb ofo milt cm nias we'va
t to e I, w st artld to yo used t#o ed abost. T. h oe ddng baIraI
rn thjt By .d ust wd we he tek we mhe' worne w i. II tnh ta s ane -big
.um.. posited some 8 in ~a bnl k U Was to pUt l bt~peroa In, alio itt OviiggsI.
account for eo spy, Bruno o k Jthbat o. n otr u'i stiffs seldom Bt. the aholce ofr
WPontecaorvo det urink a amusement. the on
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,The ft Cub ,( c.b.On Navy Station :s-,
o f Time for the luncheon be- N U

.ash, terpu Bmob ,,rs r..eceii. e, hhi, ,nd !. eir _- been k* i COMPLEXIQIC'.
i.a e..ido- Wlbok ed to ve not tater than oon LOVELNES
S1 ( T der reoelyd Mi Bobeotat badge I
aid nd a Worl book a d Jotned Den The guard at the entrance to

h ymr may prov Bobat bar .e and Bear bo. al rct will dirh* geaate to .

into "- all requi "t pres dIth mo- 0- the Mf1teenth Naval Distrit

Spl a pr cteo ohba ra lu nd o He ed ,t A. edo. .
1?4%RS9 In^^^^K^'*'-;! surplus In bhe Balboa D IW=tmentre- Time for the luncheon is be- N

S* the prny, coen Crdwet hl eea ra- ol ba dBe
Sstad o and a BRotar d Teddy Mar-
Stedsun-|l received lda Neat badeL.Jay i
er t te le H land re d hi Lion
,,, J; Ar/d Fies --t oo:.Arrow Poirt;I
S, -Bt oy moliyon received S hiad ts n n guests have beon as t COb PLEo
ad aWeltbook dto arrbye notC -r thbd a Gl r oi and

OO 'dersDon radl o ot eobcatv ad .ge

d t5ve .a.ents aould told aro uoanrdj thedDonh er A M 0 N S -",

oidr- -ronra e to be5 for ein .d-"-1 -."-'---- D .-- fo hafnt .
ehd al. non an to th mot oarn nd adohrd ve Aro _t the rntranhe to
.. M RlO Chrarle sf c n received s Frt Am.or and Weei ah d- Oua-
and joine e nduce byol

t cer "th t mad ele Atory her lonal" c U~ural sea and r- Farm bureau spokEmen tudt
*w f ,tet ,t Syries" creato "al trrncdplh. their report inlcafd repre O ovmbr Pmetn *
C. .. ,M rpre l ed, be B -tle, Jimm3 a ThtP ro

'nint, art, sports, person- tions" have made crete I. Miuwel Pl wyahed. Walters ,nd
t iai ia o.ft od versatIon. the USO-JWB expert plan. Cub Scoite are Invited to attend. po
cnutdWOpak8 SHmi-of .,A!^:-N FA R
auda." under the direction of Admirs.H o

tri"Irr p aretsl Uen o recei d vhi .rece baive d hisg
boa ha betla Poin, t, anda Thb ko; RI ard
buc ae p e p o lreseb atters oe e receyd B voedyr MItBur elve JaW-
t s opseuenrHowlGnd raduatonbChabrI pIon

',S .. r God wa a la gan Pet how t a r their Good Will th Fore
at of aug r aln perae ri a a Prokct .tfor tr"t.he benefits m .a s -B

ot '^t i l be hment "e Jimuny trPoon-n as aV" his Lion ]
re ebadet arGnoeldpArlrowPoiotTnd
rer- 6 wetead .o"" t Neokerf9r --ies a 'wa rd *
_Ws .u apEpe a new oved by ConCub 41 frt *oO I
m~p ro.a be.ovr un o aer Ainto Bobby

i 3"on or w_ I ment, to thes utritof mer iSe- t. pe
elt n and a Cub old Oia d I r
of.h r rment ermc n oltA e .Denser Str fo
on.r th e ,.cotton an-d other nle 1 h uo aw arted t eo lari

.Ot .her d s ha ee. rmeg. ,,n a for n_.y __ ,n,
VI. ci ,I-"' --m fourlgd rank and IL Lon bac .
s In p md ue poamye u taIn thte 'Rp. anand Gaf
Sthe.Aoa:, .o efllo, rovCse oe R sl .s Tr -- ,ll ,re .e
nt blon atnd tOl d ata e it ree der late ia $tut onii)re

,.shaf. W r.N4dTisI the onre ois eca-ro are avial. lars e sth i h ame
9deis a m rter ;ur a l and -arb L aMAa )eUROhe sa i A
'ot ,i, art iaorot pers c iu a d Vut o and-

e reacsn1 Do u congenia^! l '_.,,rs tO ,-',.e uer h,,sr plus oy Ste LI Io i in. g th
so h .ep pa.s. ON. SOct. (UP) (MADURITO'S) a I t t
a t I ti nleasnt n uC 100 Central Avbo. Pn 1 Fron iTUS Coln Bo

^M" 'yt*1de t j a ill .an er.-. Trade Comm-i on on ,
t!e ut e t d a rment's claim o lt fasea

,atwm L" toid r. Of"" ,BI d"aens e indloat d Mrs. Reed N rcagnt the maers rd-

7.a.t. 13 o ll 3 tr ehndeb '-alau n in l Little Liver Prl. n "

Albe'4 iU : n "tl t IoolB wp 11.8Crc Co
Gol vdlitni to go five' days eehe year hetion- with Sons o theente Pr-
ii _. ei.. ,.m% T t he ~ d o i eC I ar i n haneid e -n -Au
prta oC beu er and WnWr@ Sowr, Ware stra Wle N o,

W "8 "a g-lB M ff ht e "o a .lW esrIabr rifle mount YpW c c
S l s O telescope, John Perk in -in n. A
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..m u Ha.i.ra ial plu is a u..

.. .. ._ o ma _- -g' me is n onto all and Ant. Dnne'Stie- for ,
idPrtheDenIwas bawarded to teaMar-
MludamIVezuot the aBeway oab have bee rimfgw
%* m cb lIbde nny tie ute w ck tommtfttcsan dowe s tn
,f f.,Pi 'sU.S. agents h wa fven the Cabsording rproc then ewarded
Odre a d oen I for having l

S, "goundrules' ftoor M u foreign
Taeons ai dd s ,thse mst entr and adult v.
:Vie a it" the Reks i e0eefon e'lsh interest t, 4053tim will be held at 7:00 petrVied-
Abed, be spereounal etertain- leas e chreLaoz Ba f riara. bl a o.M5at eid
*mus, art, sportO, perfo n iceiw uodS d n cae e Mussel alayshed. Vi1.tor anA
ed Ivea ak c heag or rofp we tenW tONde Ocunt.e 12UP boysnter) in JoiningBthe
;wums~n C4 hed Uso- expert plan. Ctob S outs anenvited t attnd. or
dndIn its plant aeTbuad- demJ Cubs oold Pet ShCow
t whee the doom are ay grnmsday Cub coutfPa
open, -B to il, three hupeed s 11 of PedroM aigael Ins t junm-er
I live days9the egir. e dawn i fLooron with helnors, the PcIl do
VerodI- USMo theSr"fging sho Council, hld

elission thenr fr
Albfr- n-A--t. n, ole teorocuheII
C 00 stnuipt "poamlysr aclaw haod
it'1 "usI& t he he gon to i~ilag p 22 ca l be r rfl e mIm e

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Name For LilWe Has Soft Ufe
l T yroble CHAMPAIGN, Ill. 'UP) A
Sman who devoted 40 years to
studying the spiny-headed worm
Q ..CHAMPAION. Ill.. Oct 13 'UP' found that It has an easy life.
-R lectrolv~is causes holes and All these worms have to do, he
Sbrown spots in many ,ashable,said. is Just hang on and re-
abrIes, says Florence King, produce.
ffniversity f Illinois textile ex-
.pert. They don't even have to chew
'and swallow their food It's ab-
AR A arch showed that spots' sorbed through their skin.
s.and ho'. s sometimes appeared' The worms are known to
garment, with zipoers made .clentlstq snch' .s the late Prof.
,,.tf two different metals such as Harley J Van Cleave as "acan-
Scopper and aluminum. thocephala." Van Cleave was
with the University of Illinois
When the garment la wet and until his death
In close contact with these me-
tal electrol)als take place E- The spiny-headed worm Is a
ntugh acid is given of to dam- parasite that lives In the bodie
aid the fabric. A conductor of of animals. birds and fish all
Secicity must be present. This over the world. They have been,
be minerals found in hard found in Arctic seals, South A-'
Water. salt found In some liquid merican birds, whales. and even
staech, or detergent Llt b% in- ln man
sulflcient rinsing.Se aes Widely
To avoid brown-spot damage
ss King uggestea ting the Van Cleave culrninaopd almost
S, pen r d y b r l h -rv to t eis g e th e a p a life tim e o f w o rk o n th e su e cles
ymefnl div to the daihp .?age.y!f North American Acanthoce-
then ironing it without rolling f N orth American Acanhs le
iohals The book was published
u. recently by the University of II-
'"'-f the grinent must De dam- linois Press.
opened. l.av.. the section around ,e srld Ihr worm has a large
te zipper Lry. Sponge it slight-, 'horn head that i biiies in the
IF with water before irning. Intestires nf a ho.t The wormr
S range in size from 4/100tl's of
uOr FiSh CaOUght an inch to nearly 16 inches long.
`' 4|' Own. Tra I They have no organs of sense
w /-1 'oup or digee.ion. Most of their body

I I is stmplv a o"chn contaltinr
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. Oct. 13 highly develooed reproductive
(U-) A fisherman, along the orpan., The male seems to exist
St. .Francis River caught the cul- onlv for breeding. Once he has
priti who were meddling with servedd this nuroose. he 1' eliml-
his trap, nated from the host's body.
Ht found three men chopping Van Cleave said. the worms
up At wooden fish trap. mva have been "parasitic in
fishes before the other verte-,
"Hey that's my trap you're brate groups had their origin."
breaking iut," the man cried.
Bat's all the men wanted to The worms are more of a nul-
The three, were state con- since than a menace. he added.
on .agents. It .-costs the pithboloh they n cause cnn-
lermian $19.50 plus costs for lIderpble locnl damage to tHe
by Improper methods. intestines of hosts.
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14 Cry of junction 2
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Successful vertebrates 3
,16 Narrow inlet 10 Memorandum 3
17 Caterpillar 11 AmrmAtive
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18 Book of the 19 Age
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$CeiNow e's c general wh'a min the CHICAGO, Obt. 13 (UP) -A An emergency l ,
kteea .: national Rosenbeg-Bobhell com-ton of alum by the
-Tig. ls mxpr hs mt tee has been formed to lead Uiltration Plant avold
iB.tputa ,m,. gy J+, .print for a drive for a new trial Mor- ,ageat, d nterfr
I H l the bradoto d r, or cl- ton Sobell, convicted of onsplr- of ever the
r 1H nd.. a "Illn, who Sh to In the acy to commit eole end.
,A .a w -tb A "kitchen o uBg clear- Sob ell was co viceW oI the The mu 1. of a; iu(P
..... s S.r. tehem; ge' ?%ty e.esar-ne cm b
Sa t ir M M A rinlebrad oe or cn-. esd th e workorr publieat on. spy charge with Ethel rnd ulius made ava le at the

a a bodr gan- thewredIn his w orld travels i g e witd yesterday by members to receive a large
A 'rs.- idl oant f 3SS wihCi e A rmy. ofne the National Commgtee to of slasnen o der aoe
acb ii i C t611 tot anof each oTfthe wary Regnery Co.. Secure Justice for the o water sste at
,m .ar ed to to he althg sd'hap a n Chao be m ort than 1 berg, w hich directed a nt. onal only Louh s
a IW-ilth new et'ta l A1)time." airi pftlyth t pther, p ges at relpes, rang ng from campaign to save their CIes, Interior kwn
SW1M o tO-s. J utase ct a ria e dulck orok was elected national c anal authorities lde
,~ ~,oik p lse liver s soupo pigeon cutivp e secretary of the aew or- mante to slp onee ton
A ah daeggs, and PIar li sten uck with ganizaton. The national offtie and the shipment w
I, w guvaw n# o ec aa eTe.. a will occupy o the New York head- urdSy afternoon
ao V O d rihlC The ldl ehe- quarters of the Rosenberg corn- Alum s anhe
".p neYOrr 4 tpeal a yets n'Wmlomt hae wrete the mittee. ment in the iltratam
B nlba. 9V *ON y p or1et ek te'me his peatentlen water. It ic tseras
t dnn a ity that m bt s tn e gno remove Bcoor
,:.,.. +.+uy a+ I .To s .--f,. Nationalist Revolt ,rz' etrough fth wterso
o. weakn.' 0purifes from the water
0 Oct 1 h ) -Nearly- ve o.n,.im idmn~tlo ," aye the general. B
O .o p Nar "L t the c=heWnces dcS fs Yn the great ed ,caton..
amcot.. LO reeivedaslni- Posters On Walls
U-.. IV. wavn, e s cut" pgeoncr s13o(ew
W.n s 31, W. -he Wen t to West Point, also did li t.ha a Nationalist offensive
LO E-Me ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNClB ad iTnto Ca\. J. W^gsaid 21,- f per tuartifor hedue to start "at any time"
.16 30 a1wlwsCCP. eggs ,atp the behave appeared on walls in Can-
t A. Lw the saeelales at one time or reported here yesterday.

"iiuPnd a hitrles m waistline andd Kowmantng roneFriay dro- ms
cups t I 4l o a ly, tr sa ndwtischo ie o pin Anti uno ist propagan- B, r.rAiI
-' ( llWts most ,000,000. lain food, but you'd never know datrollets t eet a nt ar
acros the -*~h ttt' ,the re ltea 1n eaof feao r the art y Omea s
S.4it thEet AUnt- plIn oe "l ned o' I thea
a ktv e)e e 'bute t to the merits of remission cornli Clorp. "
MIton- M id tt' I, pos tt-i.-" o ple D th whe pul s her IrHNetaO ther n p,"er t1UP,
Aidn' ts a .lof t D Other posters weM'Are q u-oted by C.u ,s ao

Th.' .h o blrmaa o te .mell oatthe paper as sayIong: ee and diet pomo ,
of Co ~ a~ Graduall esd Wplkalr mwll the mate i~ meveren su itade towardfo oerthrow tnhe Onu-Mao oppes- tLp
"As a k ~iud on mlfastihe'd pw~nbpeseireri,"trt "a t Nationalist offens-i tour Mdk u o
Phhr :l m iAb.sUcWoftCheienna"ewsr.Pt mesraod

t Co syanrh at Iu melled. Co lw Mail d elo s3r Nleartd tof *e w a "long ci:":
coldtworWdAomhabe- a p remunnsta through t
Mrs. ra mo (3t Pi Dorn od prwt this triedm aton, a Chinese langen ews
fef x.Lwo tm aorvn tuis cinsla oo yes terd a
I ch d atr A U e Glado aedt eraster a pubto or pa per r ort ed here

... rpma the a do n e ro he I waslts ad o the kilso sa-

<' .-i.I--God" I ya" d %.apo :I p o Pssift. I av1*slef ted on.l ee mnuct t. ... .
"* hwemr]oy WdJ km l. V u o Fold m A siffly bests e says trluUubaqilv. "Even Gem-
',el a.uhl wd 2 t p r uP y oalEienHoer.
af- inu3 ebsi n O.. PentaAol -ecarity cleared the!
b ook wltIt this wry memo totthe-rs*'
i wi mn ew food nbut Iyo u' dht b oo v. kno patting ntheh st e ts of Ca

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Lll tioM center. Not and a tural color. Te n tods arethe
Stjoet. 2'r Allen, ot. italls ai tob f 1`0. Yo u. "Giv e scret aid toe the ,dU

i to o.danein w gl ch be f Ihateured. only; they are expersy and
Iwt woaaslern. tbb

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,OR SALE:-Childs mahogany com-jFOR SALE:-1953 Chevrolet Station 208 AM. C. lieIrlboo 2.18
bination desk and wardrobe, $15; Vagon. Phone. Balboa 1718. -ENHAKE e. r.....
Sboy's bicycle, $10; girl's bicycle FOR SALE:--1952 Cadillaoc Hard-DR. WENDEHAKE. KMedical Clinic WILLASe Ina Clara Is Cnt-n r
$15;'large chain driven. 3 where OR Central Avenue "K" street. Corer t ifo 4,
S large chodrive wheel top coupe like new, radio, nylon telephone 2-3479, Panana. ne,. lbo 3 p
j' tricycle. $10: doll carriage, S4; seat covers. Tel. 2-4721, Panomo. '' '
Spunching bg and platform, $6; To MIAMI & NEW YORK via AEREA
)(enmore waffle iron and sandwich FOR SALE: Plymouth '53 utility Boeing 4-engine planes. Oneway Gramlich Santo Claru .
ousterr, $3. Balboa 2-4210 offer Stoon Wagon, 500 miles. Perfect t Miami; $70.00 Round Trip toga. EltIri lMbi sw tovs,
4 p. m. Tes. Duty Poid. Like New. Phone: $126.00. One-way to New York: moderate rate Teleph -.41
Fp- L:3-697 9 a. m. 5 p. m. 3-2097 $114.00 Round-trip $214.00. See Gomboa; 4-567. Pedro 'MlIul.
SHouse 85 Moararta or phe 5 m. 8 m. PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE Phillips. ~cansidkl cttoaes.l ntO
ristobal *-2444. FOR SALE:-1950 Willys Jeepster telephone 2-1655. Claroa Box 435, llboa. Phone
convertible, excellent condition. Panoma 31877, Cristobal 3.1673.
FCo SALE:--Hotpoint electric rarge. Will accept best offer. Call Mrs. FOR SALE I,7,
1950 model, with deep-well cock- Cadet Panama 2-0712 or Balboa Houseson beach. Santa Clon. Also
er, like new. See at Qts. R4-B. 1248 extension 45. inigcla~eij in ~0OL CmAnor mwtaitns.
Asodsstau. First S100.0 takes it._ Phone 5. OIAP14'6l" 1389
PQR SALE,.-Stove gcs -Mcgc Chetf WANTED FOR SALE:LBrand new gas stoves or s OAh*l u- -.. LM
apartment size, four burner fohr only $140.00, fully guaranteed. FOMT
oven nd eroler ued ne ratnh.' Miscellaneous Four burners, ven, broiler storage NT
likiw. 2166 Curundu 83-6191. WANTEY- Sspace, porcelain finish. FIRESTONE
if.ew. 21.6 Curunu a WANTED TO BUY Smooth tires, "Automobile Row." Ave. Jose\Fco.
SScALE:--Re'Frgeatc Co;dsct suitable for reconditioning, "RE- de la'Ossa No. 39, Tel. 3-4563. FOR REI Chl.
25 cycle S6O.CO. Excelier ;cohr c,- CONSTRUCTORA NAClONAL S. FOR SALE:-Werr olors, PaonRama It' -P-u- fr. Pfnt.
tion, Ae owner. ..,ear. :Tebo,; A." No. 7 Peru Avenue. Telephone and oth er p colors, Ponoma "E" tblrt, Po que Lfert. itPrefeat
St. 70-D. Phc.e 2-445c6. one and other places by Roger Mor. ablyAmca Fo information
5 ----- t .4W_________ _____. row Morgan Florist Gallery, Fran- West ifth- Stiret N,. 8;,Upitir.
FOR SAME:-Ors trunk 1.400 -, WANTED: Violin, full size. Tel- House 210-8, Ancon. Pano a .
clock "One'RCA Radio. A ooessi ehone 83-3280, Curundu :Hts.' .
SAr rt orod second e c'ce Wanted Position FOR RENT:-Two broomrn chalet
C. 1o9, o.od ,,,on.ce .. ..... Wanted Position I
S 9 iWANTED-Furnished apartment, one completely furnished, residential
or two bedrooms. Diplomatic couple* section El Carmen. Ave. Primer
ScR LE:-Li omt caR I 9ncildren,address, Apartiodo College Grad., 27; ex coach, athletic 'o E ti.a Cnl ran
i o O 349.Ci Director, payroll Office Supervisor, Racetrack. Coil 2.0434 or 3-4207.
S -. Paonoma 3-3073. cn needs permanent work. Will go -
RS : Simmoes crib wth FOR SALE anywhere. Box 93, Colon. FOR.RENT
Sawt mattress in excet!ent con- FO "
Sth. S25.00. Tel. 6-234. cLReal Estae Radio Progams Apasrtmn
W NTED TOB UY FOR SALE:-Furnished house in San- ATTlINTlON 1. Just built modern
'W. i to Clara 898 feet square land, funished apartment, one, two
V/E BUY your used refripcagter and, cheap. Phone Panama 3-2949. I bedrooms, hot. cold water. Tel
ve you a CROSLEY. Cotus atFOR SALE:-Lot of land, Via Betisa- ephon Pnom a 3-4941.
7Telep"onr' landGapartmentsa-am&'
SCIA. YRNOS. Tcelehnea. -13 rio Porrs, San Francisco, $3.50 FOR RENT:-Apartmet in Via r-
"Avrida Nacinal, ner Tivoli meter. Agencies Thomas, Central Your R Station gentino C-nrejo, 2 bedroom 'nn-
Cr coiand A SAvenue 29. Tel. 3-1.069.ty necting both, prch, i and din-
ANTIi TO BUY CASH, 3 CA-R Whe- 100,000 iople Ml ingroom, kitchen, nid~ droomn,;d
Only Plyiouth, Dodge, Chevrolet, 49 oWhee 00000 Peple botn, laundry room. hot wt I
to 1953. Nat duty paid, 4 door D rm r. Pres o installation. For further informa-
L'xe. Will see them trom 4 to 7 p. WPr mention please call Tel. 3-4968, Pan-
0i. Hotel Cd!"n I Pnarno). Telephone a mo.
-0770, Mr Foneco.. FOR RENT: Funlished aqrtment;
ANTED: Folryy new 2 cycle I Today, Tuesday, Oct. 13 Americor couple. "7-B. 36th St
Swashing machine, automatic or See it3:00 to 8:00 p.-m.
.wringer. Coll 2-1721. Die In N.CnVHIM P.M, mf t -'a- A y I" 1
tO. -G ----- ,. i ~, ~ 3:15-The Little Show FOR RENT:--New t Apartmenmt
SOST & FOU ND rs. coeiuiea 3a30-Miusic for Tuesday -2 bedrcom to poty buying fur-
L former leong thn i;ealdent of: thie 4:00-8unny Days nishings including Modern foon
EWARD for retum of. prescription CaIal Zone passed away at 4:15-South ot the Border rubber and wrou0t iron furniture,
fglisses lost Thursday, Octobet 8th. Mey Hosp!tal, Charlotte, North 4:30-What's Your Favorite tfon rubber bped, ktcen complete
;Green lenses, fancy tortoise 'hell "Ot'olina yesterday afternoon 5'S0-News with mixnster* and t miter, e& .
frames Mrs. ashrhPaanoma a bee4 1 tia ondi- atsYour Emronrlt t ric sm 'achinas.m
oa utrtc swwir.d machine.l a4, ashin
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d that no flon 6:15-BLUE RIBON PORT FOR RENT: mfo jnwh
^' othe Cancer iREVIBW I oall copveolnces, b dir ti
Sr e 6:30-The Record Shop (WRL) apartment inne modern budfr
me Tomorrow Mrs. -aue is survIvedby 0Lbh.n Riordo Ar rt (ompo
J a o?^ayloLS N? Ma 'riS 7:15-ExCurstoJ i n Science A[gg*) Cirib. fluilf., Por ia .
01loChariote, N. C., Ida Brice1 Car**"-ep ortFoinC."
Ses a s FancCawf orda 7 :3C-Repfort .if om the Unit- formation apply dame building

and s Franis Crafossar.ndury Tea

titule, the Ochsner Poun- Pa-,ro. nch, Diabl.. ,d with 0-T"Oei RENT-CNnu furryisheT h
.tI 0,Hospital announce t o-t a b rotter Donald Brftie of Co- .e .tas CVOA), t.. (r n

he" 1 h.v. re. covered iautp time of ter termination 0 sery- 10:00-Jorge asola and his Or- R w
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SB.'Pry. Pre Polnl, m ,and hn ee. em-a ( 845-Commetad oxn orlEcd No., Tel 3 -

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Doors epita ecalnn feredB 7 b to- the io 'IIU@ 0t the sR RNT!-la fi
skin rafting hs b.. I .,ONDO[N Oct. 13 (UP) -- A fAm) tlot .l ubiO -hildi. Ci .S. iVO
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uI-lnktlons. but they sbouldn'ti ,,St.onage a.egedly financed by 9:00-.-NeW" .
..,n w ith t Fanama Canal b I enu b t d without children.

i.t;ny b..' mor oie cre t nhme UJ ted Sta es, the Roman- 9:15.,Cei 0 an x It 8

that of normal little ba- ian news agency Agerpless an. 9:30-ASt 16e41 7:1...,- Staffo -,
r, no meed tonight. .:00-New.
~*? h C- s oksman i d,,bu to a-I sentence for "havIg act- P.if.arrow We y Oct. 14

et n l cntlyr strUm!e" to Tu h w lse00-en lL i On f Tf Alarm pANTEo-I7ne um: furnise -,
.tier o the i ele, Myot.n~aferd.e ca V the 70- Hot watbf.dea 1:VtPara. W:0 e tl
7:05-Trbhs Alarm'. Clock Club eOPt vacaion quIrtr. I

k Unouton of Lafas ette Oct. 13 (UsP) an A erorl 11 t nl iMrd child rn. C
p strove at fthe hospital hardest earlyy court e to daythe :30-Mee r .Time VOA-Vo 0 i .
sentenced 13 Romanians to 8: :15--aaceinoi totrietsIM tios It 2:-L'nP ---w

morng to w escortaPeae s"llbie Tre bit sokn Drc.iD e BB--1ri2:h .B3oa d.ip Mi c

athters Caronbn Anne and pr ise American :-tellTgence h Melod2'es
hosi t e A g mevaral tim serit or dehe pth n cnrges of treason and 8t:30-1 'e ara:-TB w'SRB PRSCi
ir rionsv but thee v shorn Jly dn r e nt odte suverged ve nuanced by :O1N d AuSrP ''S
yf.n moe care sot ei't United States, the Romnan- D:3nCetl It : --;-- I_ .

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euthatt of normal little ba- i news agency Agerpears an. c 0u-: Atsi Coa aort 7:( a
by alt ton readily chargd thced t :3ight. 0-ews
cto onrcetlyThe agenev listed six persons O:05-cd 7:3

atwis thewoud t successful it ld tats w ither se "grontened t death 115:35-Wats r a te
n oftil Christmas and conn medclaton o the al a their I -s"ecord (cntd.) 8:a
a ly further work Property "Tor treason." The N11:80-t i
aLbve to be done on the otitr seven also were given the 12:00;-14e0WA 9: 00-XtiOaa t'litAreidi BC)
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going to wait, and see said. Three other persons receiv-120-Pop Mual Cv0< .
6Wcan be avo-*ded." ed prison tenne. I2:30-S4The111topliiutlMuicll
Moutpn of Lafayette, Ab" pi" and terrorists who l duaulAbner ExjduMm of ni 1
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Gly morning to escort PeoPle's Re]tiblic of Romania2ia Dance BBC-^Brtroa t.ii h *^ 'b
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-NEW YORK, Oct. 13 (UP) Four Yankees (The fiuowing Is a back- P t S't A3
were named today on the annual United Press use fight bbe llfo reUsn th ,id
American League All-Star team but top honor went states Supreme Court. Base- udes 16
ball, officials have said the ndDuke,
'to Cleveland's slugging third baseman Al Rosen reserve use is the backbone H hopes O n lI ne d asDke
Sthe only unanimous choice. o the national as time. a ome N
That 1953 was a year for new Star first baseman, Ferris Pain, ery." ) T t
stars was emphasized in the fact drew only one vote. -ineo
that there were only three hold- Berra, after a stow start due for a Supreme Court tet, whichis
6vers from last year's team, R- when he was weakened by shoe By UNIue r rt and to the point
sen and Yoxi' Berra and Mickey chronic colitis, was the.hottest Ittys ae player -- once under C c ve per-
.Mantle of the Yankees. Yankee hitter in the stretch, contract to a club remains the The utibelievable Auburn TI- Aulrn abk ... un-
Rose n received every vote of andc t a ubsa lT ot te
he cl -ma n committee of other ctars bi ehind the t old, traded, or tgven his re- outhenaste Conference tt should o .t oSarae
th ball Writers of America He wound up with a .29 aver-, lease. In the case of transfers hopes on the.. line this week fooder .nntiut

kon lTatc The tb ne hin d year u fnally s h n n !iow win e 6 InKe to a Ofhun. uS
: an Mcwho wah ere lone fCte- removed homers, and 10t ut ns from one team to another or one when l they meet undlreed Trlg 1 to I nne ,y-
lb and r epre .eaVernon o.t in. Smm Wuhite of league to a another, the playerGeorgia Te, f the t: t rs
*69t lastr *ask tolV*e :.uSetn
hi nut on the atngu cbattng -Boston picked up. the only still ii bero'd to his new team. uneaeine struck trts ellt et .o fie.i*"u i atens
'lieamp were named on all thenr vote. He cannot offer his services to unbeaten tIg' f Ctl o rene u tiu atens on. h ballot. Second baseman Mahrtin, the another club, with e e l a reA h *bleasrt-minute Teih a i fol-
S ted other Yankees to be el- nkee Worlderleshro. col- In the uniform pler n- St ,. a aly. (b th e A4 tswhat ti e 0 t. With as e
were Hank Bauer and Billy leted,12 votesto .n the berth trat the clause read like tis m their tou st tt h

in.orilos itt 1. fa ic nthe wt Vrsrtoo the:clause reads like this mgt -n their tl hs t h a d 0f of e
ein. whoingt wn ith Vernon from illy Goodman, ho Boston, "The player agrees that.wbhile agAinst Tech. ices I toi Wa th
anob orterfld and who had nine. Nellie Fox of Chi.a nderca nltrit and rotr irto ex- Tahe nldnr, li ar erootingl mtcee. 5 oof icn
Chie with outfielder Minnie cago last year's chtce, drewth the pra nf the club's riht to f their third st ight C ier- .i Van-l
Miifoso and pitcher Bll pierce, other three. Martiny hit in 7 renew th.l contract,lue bwl not enoe ti the Tbffi Nae te
were the only other teams to runs with what ,thelg called lyi bhs btra otherwise m than or nbeten streak to'. tigA K. dn eet
o ilt. he "the best rl one y baseball otherwise, than ftorue stm tpi- "o hsncleFn a om-
honor squad. The otherplayers businesss" e"pe in. the leub." otoppng TulAe, 2740to 1.a. and m gLo u un. to
Elected were rookie ahortsto UThe bone of contunleno s t ey now sport A mW e KleU-I*oto getoIh- una
h ;rve icuern.of Detroit and The machine years finally tbere t nsa is OT U to record of oneWtn' and b tie. pr e tble Kes uckk with ao -
Rosen who was the lone ClVe- removed little Phil Rlzzuto froum exlmion of the club's i t Identical to the Auburn mark. 8netre. tl- '' ew- York
land' representative, theI honor o.uad and 'a kd with t this contratheHower,he l Howeer, the ConferenceA top t ben
a great future, young Kuenn, act jIy '-baseball. otherwise spotmay not .' settled. -ithe e~Alepbo Aaph- aa
oc p, raised by Yankee took over. Hle received 12 vots t a or there slab". Tehb-Aubu l gn game. Geirgia, Wd lvaeet-
Manager Casey Stenrel as "the Rizzuto got eigflh and Bai Thb thl .gloee- ereve" aiau p_ s i.nbt\d. nei0,0 In dr of Mnc ag ro
best in the league," demon- Hunter of. the BkoWns and t*B l .ifW.Qds which t the a faces. AWratto' eue, ced
traed thAt be is a heavy fa- George 8trlckland of the In. s in r t tie
vorite -t win-the rmet ailu- dans. two-each. Kuenn collected oter e oncels oldcpntrst t go reaesn... a c 4
bhie piyer award, by "Wqeefng 209 hits and had6:79 times at expir WtYw pnessee ,1i wuon PnPl--
the tiket." bat. both top. oo itthe league. t rght t er Tnnessee j -*allthel s
Moso set the pace In the'out- must s c 't e ne meet in their ~ al. :p a L-
He' 4d it with an- impressive field votin.e'with 20.while eBauer terms .st u though theri lacsncti t
set of statistics. Vernon beat and Mantle drew 13 apiece to Cannotl0ook. -or better term pact of the old da i f. Vsrflisis t rolilnk'oviv
him out of the batting cham- edive the number tbur man. slick elsewheft, against ulni Vaderbilt Stetoti 45T to
pionship by one point, .337 to fie]]int Jimmy Piers,11 of the One -player. .Involvedl an. the o outside of the nrenc
.336, .but Rosen had it every- Red ox. who'received 11 votes. Supreme Court te*t.( .New .
wher else, in homers with-43 In Ted Williams. coming in for on. York Yankee 1armban, m ,p .ed f t With
runsUbatted in with 45. and n Iv the fag end of the season Toolson- assent by;_$fYan- ore ) m "fthf
runs scored with 10Q. Moreover, from Korea, nicked up a surprls- kees to the Pacific Co ue.'ver Olf of
he inpproved considerably afield. mp five votes, while Yankee He refused to report.. Toolson a, nttr ve .Bt
Vernon. who won the batting Gene Woodling, who was on 'the claimed he was good enough to lot- p
championship in 194M, made a tam lat year. and Gus Zerbial mike some other bIg-leaquea
fine comeback, smacOing 1l of 'Phlpielphia. each collected team, but was unable to try be- RACE OF T9Z DiY ,
homers, leading the league in threi Jim Busby of Washing- cause, the.reserve -clause hcimd
doubles with 24, and driving in toy received *two vots and Jim him first to the Yankee. then NEW YORK, Oct. 12.. -- A OnrdInal,'-lPest dNel j
116 runs. As usual he was close elsing of Detroit and, Jacklto' the -PaCific, Coast Lmeul c-siutent I ter. "itA eha r keelpoff tl nwnm
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irthday Party The. veteran,
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Ijre ient Eisenhower, gradually Let the people know the truth and i country I s .- bfham.-U n tsree ha" ben
r sWASHINGTON. Oct. 13 (UP)-- 'paiop --- h been
recovering from a weekend
iuntamach upset, braced today for TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., TUISDAY, OCTOBER Us, 19 "not
"xl elephant-sized birthday par-, Wa. r his
ty being given for him tonight
Wy the hospitable Republicans lWuA i forced his
vmf Ptltnsylvania. Paramount'*
, hcwer's 683rd birthday. He plan-UN Air General Says RedsFl
LW Air General Says Reds Fy
.ted to motor with his wife this $ft=nluded
afternoonn to Hershey, Pa.. for an it" "
eveningg with an estimated 30,- tr Ds-
(30 birthday well-wishers, 700 .i M s
uer0-aMore-a Warplanes Into Korea
dinners, a chorus of 1,800 voices AL
Lirnd a golf driving exhibition by
:-Ben Hogan. .
T* epurose of the party was SEOUL, Korea, Oct. 13 (UP)-Islble and there was no "post- Hs noetice too nwmm n- H tu i ihumWualfly for a-
S.oldr o ut dollars in the t. Gen. Samuel Anderson, 5th armistice letdown." derblne4 gbhis y the Unit- c nut = ZttL Gen. 3I.
nOL 194 congressional cam- Air Force commanding general. Gen. John E. Hull, new Unit- ed Nations th 8. Th i chlan I, i man
p ign wa. "ch t, and to. hail d today the Communists are ed Nations commander in Korea, five-nation rome. of the eo hSlon, In the first
?l.birthd ofw the first Re- Increasing their air power in meets with members of the Ar-I miwen has m l4 i ml visit t16 of an Allied
t Iresiday 2 t ye arst Ae d North Korea and now outnumber mistk a Supervisory Commlason mnilst fahtiO I tu at otAr
SPresident in 20 years. Allied air strength almost two to today to press a U.N. complaint some of thie I o- One was not nmouncement -
h" Esenhower and^ members/ one. the Communists have violated tiens to piie rtI t- of wnW they d W t Hull tattered
6 the Presidential staff were to Anderson said the Reds were : armistice by bringing war- %.triation. told. w r there e areicks or
r!.Trn tonight after the party by rebuilding North Korean air- planes into North Korea. ".t also reminded Oe Oommu- "c ri esa which ouro ork-
I". felds and flying in more war- Nl served notice he will fol- nists the Allies WIld not back country d theUnited tons r Sa which
:e President cannot tarr in lanes. But he was confident 5th low the policies laid down byhis down in their dgands which standto and tha the re- of the
penmylvania .because he rian- Air Force pilots would be more predecessor. Gen. Mark W. Clark have placed teot lo erheads man etwee
neuse tomorrow before leaving nists if hostilities broke out a- triation ot prisoners an st- perid of eq sl ions a 17 missing wds eto a
I the late evening by train for gain. ence that explanations to re- ays of the allotted by the ar- another dma t ted t
bio. "If the Reds aren't any bet- luctant prisoners end by Dee. 24. 1 stice agreement Na t up rec- r- en
e Wter today than they were when tion tent thne turned
te White House ta was we were fighting them in June --. -- CP.n"nabers of thepln
confidentt that Mr. Elsenhow- and July, our pilots will be ing" I) an' antlaCom- nu be onto
S1sBuid New Defense Line4
or's stomach upset. described able to more than take care of n1 munt why tihoulw m ontturkl
as a brief attack f intestinal themselves." Anderson said. home. DUI oeten
flu,-would not affect his travel Anderson, who heads all Unit- ers Inste reda
plane for Hershel, or his long- ed Nations air forces in Korea. g thetIll` not begin B thet
r trip starting in Ohio and ex-said the Communlsts have "ap- I until A 3 a l An t
Adtading by next Itonday to the nroximately twice"' the number At... 'a 0. ... tL. n usAllied -na
MWexican border. of tactical warplanes in the Far ALIUr ) sa Just In Ci a engineuae. w ind t1to
SEst as the U.N. day, fnshed 28a theM fnday
3isanhower, still bothered "a Pe aid Intellirence reports t- o- ut Beds usd to start t-
3#tle" by his stomach trouble, tnt 'eteA the Reds have dhvabout0the tee
eanlebe, one afternoon engage- t0 M iteIvm plane including WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 (UP)- 26 divisions. MI for te other -tWonl tae U.
ent yesterday but held-an ex- 10 M fighters and.ahout 1An Asst. Defense Secretary John A. six divisions are In other cor- R. was "digM@ by t he*
tened confeence ins his re new i Eht bombers of the Il-28 Hannah said today American bat units.
ential quarters with Secretary, forces In Korea are ruling 4. There 'Is "serious" ties- ea t tt g
of dtt John oster Dulles three-star general said work or a powerful new detef e tion # to wlee-pro-
Sethower did not return to "'most realistlc"-training for new line "because there is the poe- serve for. t o -i .i
ha office after lunch. Itnfrlots woqld adeoustel fill the ilbility of renewing -the hoot- migt then" n CLs% mh
White House press secretary breach created by rotattAg com- ing." war. Ma py be pa n l
e Hoe s secretay I t dbat llots back home. fiad 4
James C. Hagertv was asked for "We are rapidly losing our He added the United States ot r I-
a late afternoon report on the combat experienced nersonnel.' will not reduce its forces in Ko- t. -
fWadent's physical condition. Anderson said. "By the end of rea until It il "er the 5. fi a O
"I'sW aD right, Hagerty graid. the year we will have qnly a lt- Comim us I Gen
4. itte btomasu t hbe bers; g 1 h ienovb than half of our 1Bgtt ahit.h' Alo ait
little, but he's f n b nernni experience in actual delded to maintn .U.
ter," (lat~tita, bat farce -4t abo e 4mt of ".
was a wh ether Ander* sal the Air Force strength "Otr an I10'
a lnt's ph"uL cond- ia'd not overlooked the pordibi- rod." He said cuts n east l
mounted for his alue to l.oft renewal.of Korean fight- planned before te Karean year.
c p.m. date wih.Davi Van lng. He aid 5ti:A Al,orce trUat- would leave a total 1o-ce -Hpnah said U. 1 forces I
e. state senator from New ing was the "aest .realistic" p about 9~3.0000 men at the td "a a
Hagerty said the Preas- of this year, compared to abtot 3.the w- 4 Mj
elected have the ,560.000 at th yer' start. |i
with Dulles. In a S htedWnIlntstview le.
s whether the Trieste cri- in Si ,U 8. &e a and World Repo0
i, ured in the conference weekly '-q M.dagazine, Eo .E. Cl ,
*Ulth Iles, Hagerty said, "I nah. aass aitm -see o retyf t ...
talked about and I'm not afor I ltliO mSade thee points: d mi.,p nM2
-oi"g to" rtl ll Ie u .w fu
Van Alstyne had, told report- 1. If it becomes certain the ng, .ave
enrs b ald not see the Presa- ClI n Singh & Co., was the Communists want peace in KCo- mbar pthe of ,lmh- .
det "because of his condition" apparent high bidder on a grouo ye it "may be possible" to cut a news. a i se b
Te White House ssad the of 13 houses located in New lterbK OO m from the Ar-tret a fh
pauldent's cond!tlon had noth- Critabel. Ralnbow City. ad my and .,000 from the Marine mplete Ml of ca.
toto with it Crameo Bierd whinh are slated Corp--the number in the "Ko- Nons, b m
.Nas wanted to see the secre- for deolition n the next three r pipelines." iler n .t r aht res. Uante
tWy oaf state alone and in .hil months. -The Air ,oroe will end this an is t al mas eofn *to
5rters." Hagerty said. Bids on the structures were thsoewhere between will 'tie e cton our to ee s Id s the
opened Friday morning in the iiaid 116 wings, fully manned f rc Ee a Kore until we are wi l o w
Office of the Superintendent of and at lCommuists aren't
Bed Ha store ses at Balboa. '7 Ary. now has 0 rivio- t resume fihg there.
Re W K U The total bid price entered a t3o in "tlteettveness" of fomprteently l nNeaeCo
by Chain Singh for all the 13 i Hannah
clu d a bid of i- ~ffn.h for the Fl rived we a ne b Itwio

.S. H CommisnNewp aper aInih bddtonte
nine houses located in New Chle S tthe to mt S
Ict 13 (UP) t Cristobsn and 1.280.00 for the e CHICAO o S o n te p ejd

.s mistake' In the East lone Hth bidder on the stroun of lcl Assocation C sthat a .... t
Communists have com- houses in Rainbow City and d y se has an
Sthe purge os aw once- Cam p Blerd. I Researh iat te
nr it band-wife team. Varvam Sit. h & Co. was the inol od,'A .the bdeiicon wails atst fets
U,.8 Histe CommWitcim paper apprren' hilh bidder on the maat Alab frm In th l t osti- f

Swaes removed last July on Met of th wr ii'i- tvp TT.p $ute a ly, th1at
Zet ung" said today. qroup of four houses located on Chlb lWai fr'O, thead1 i1s noo'a tbe
heReds fired Mrs. Else Zas- Rlde Road. The blM rice en- ChifCAO "l ( s e of th5a m u, Maee"ting as Ta sal
l. Eas German education for these buildings was CHICA oc T F"se taneasI
ser for committing "serl- $2.FJ 00. The American VteriaY Mlu ed- ials dT s
s mhatakeA" In the East zone High bidder on the roune of Icil saoc t t~ On i or rthat a, ee~ Ca
S eton policy. acoerdlng to tre houses located Ion Gatun new and deadly dO d fte hasa i;i*r
Zeltung." There has wpq T'. Butl'r ar Pons with teen diagnosed ..l l 0,n south- L N a m
noffclal announcement, a hd nr. of 2 501 00D. er state ~sas heptilits X."
rs. Za'ser a th' wife of Amon the house in Gatun is Research ts w~T at the e Pm idt' e,
minister Wiltlm Zialas~r, sture bul' in 1r- l. It is the at o oAlabeazn snlamic Insti-
rW as removed last July on .r~i of the of,1ti-e' ty. TI. P- tUte eYaihe. "-e---t uu--'m-ma sn iP1t

i 17 er"iod.. ., n- OSiviNowayCou.n .Wi s ',\n
rtParty as a rcslt OnM the period. t itis.cnt. 13 T C o lr
a17v Ef- ur oy omp hold oy-ulpnth meet ae e nt d) Ut mul1
t: ?ser. ,. long-tnie Corn- i.PPr rm~. m O n IM Ftd, but it aus lie disease 'sjiy o l rerp w
became fanious as sf, betIt ealver infc ~nl tion llctinued ti
Goma i! when he ai wh l baa troVed nearly 100 per tiE nortInmolt
tin the Internatsnal Bri- IteUie Ro =I
en tn the Spanish ciil war. the North A
Mrs. 7iosser had been on of appethe and o lstletneas Adi nSblidethe 0 the
lt De o a ndf poltoi I nsl- *ilim | fected dog often apear anemicn r testo t l e pro-nt
levr a weekfrandlwould r-not PH1MI. Va Oct. I (P) and have:-al lor s old r oa ew kdco
i- ene bus commmie oneratln tion of the mucous membranes. gOvwmmo ae {Wfl{ :
to her post. i southern state asked the U. ----------- _
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The em', hln'ees on a apneal by The Pacife Cilvle Council will majority iA torlag (Ww..
the Carolina Coach Co. from hold tta reguar monthly meet- Iainent)i le f t .... "t
LT&VI~rr~::K. Devn. _Jalnd naolrn dwl1qrm rrn com- Isratilo ..Build Ii. Meet2144 are votes cmuxts d. ; .. .

is(UP) An inquest.found n-rvtW damur n Willims' open to the public. The most sn t
0 t -mi ~n b 2ve a the election was ft
S that the gunshot death of reafrn be was forced to le've a the election was .t.
Duke of Bedford was rrom rc bus in Rocv B r-B rinthe IAbe o rinl
.. .,.Bear-e airing Tre e h#; 4o
I ; -tal. Mount. ,C.. after reflsing to D -D ng I nority bloc na
Coroner John Barker m -. tO the rqr of the bus. t ng, which
the laluest without a Willimn. ma, mulove of the SQUAW CRK CANYON, quarter of lb
orfolk A), mt.tim. was tr'vel.- C-af., Oct. 13 (UP) A wo- nearly wea-~8~rl4
S6*yer-o Dk -dapl-i m oari3t Hone. N.C.. to an. seeing W. 8. Lloyd hunting An tIle a143
his blame o his 1.- 1NWorfolk en InfMent oe. In the woods. stopped him and lst oppe*
ar Pruday. He eurred h ~ ~IMo. asked: t
Smll dea o a gun.- h have loin- "My hballnd is trying to a
Ms the CstoAhun but them atherearn'ta
big that the ue. the dIs- around h t are he re?"
t. I hert e~~Iheas sich a A t faling ece of tree bark
tas I d*ed fl 5os oul la- distrntetd bd. He looked up
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