The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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.
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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: AA00010883:01747
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Churchill's Story

Of World War II

Wins Nobel Prize
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STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Oct. 15 Gathering Storm" (volume I),
(TP) The coitl' Njobel pride "Their Finest Hour" Ivolume II);
for literature was awarded to- FThe Grand Alliance" (volume
day to British Prime Minister III); "The Hinge of Fate" (vol-
Winston Churchill Who is cred- ume IV) and "Trlumph and
cited with "mobillng" the Eng- Tragedy" (volume V).
lish language during World War Churchill's fame in statescraft
Ui tended to obscure his remark-
It was an open- cret that the able -writing talents but he was,
8-year-old ChurhlWl, who has even before the turn of the cen-
dedicated his remaining years to tury, the highest paid war cor-
the cause of world peace, would respondent of his-time and au-
have preferred the Nobel peace thor of several brilliant books on
prize. i military campaigns.-
But he was genuinely moved. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creat-
friends said, when informed of or of Sherlock Hoknes, was one
his selection for the wor 1d 's of his admirers and considered
highest literary distinction. Churchill's resonant prose a-
Churchllu choice the Swed- among the most expressive of the
ish academy of literature, over day.
iuch contenders as America's Churchill's wartime speeches
Enest Hemingway, Is worth rank among the greatest English
3.840 In prize money. writings of any ert and his eu-
The designation was made a Bgy of the late Klin eorge VI
month earlier thai usual to en- ras a literary gem of sUh meas-
able Churchill tocdme to Stock- red majesty it seemed almost
balm In person to. receive the to have been written in blank
nuee from King uttav Adolf on Verse.
R.c. 10. .
Churchill., S fI r t active In all, Churchill's name ap-
statesman to lR chosen for the ears as author on the cover of
award, recelvdthee prize for his 3 volumes on such diverse sub-
Wr, memoirs, "Ike Second World c t s as painting, biography,
War," whose fit volumes bear ravel, politics, military tactics.
such eloquent Jtles as "The utoblography and even fiction.

Gorgas, Clayton

Polio Cases


The polio score on the CanalA
Zone was unchanged today with 1
the three mild cases at Fort
Clayton H6spital said to be "do-
ing well" and the one at oorgas
Hospital described as "out of the
critical stage."
The lone polio patient at Gor-
gas is Diane Lena, 2ya-year-old WO
daughter of Chief Radioman and touched
Mrs. J. J. Lena, of Coco Solo. whirling
Sources close to the Lenafam- a whiri
ily told The Panama American Australia
today that Gorgas doctors had The
informed the parents their child
was not critical but that the bomb, ex
diagnosis was definitely polio, the desol
The sources added that the na-
ture of the child's illness had It W
been suspected at Gorgas for site and
several days. Britisk'
(Two days ago the Balbo
Heights press office told this which val
newspaper that Gorgas au- Ame
authorities said "there are no po-
Uo eases at this hospital nor Which was
any suspected eaes.") men in at
Local Army authorities, relta-
bly reported to have been asked perts. H
Their 'Putba InformataiM stories wer
f in W flgton to co r-
ate wt 'Ptmi here, W
still refused to reeal the
a es or sex of the three v
S "mild cases," known *
skldents of Fort Kobbe.
it was reported t r

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Utility' Weapon

Exploded In



OMERA, Australia, Oct. 15 (UP) BritaiW
off today its second atomic explosion, which sat
g brown cloud two to three miles above the
n desert.
atomic "utility" weapon, believed to be an atom
ploded with a blinding flash on a steel tower at
late Woomera rocket range at 7 a.m.
as the first British atomic explosion on tri
was less powerful than the atomic blast i" .
irship off the Monte Bello islands last yd
porized the vessel.
rican observers were excluded from the ti
s witnessed only by British and Australian MnW.
addition to authorized scientific and military tl
weaver, two American Superfort flying labor.
re used as weather planes.
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The successful atomic I
JI expected to reinfo
demands fort
LO sharing of a
Tama British ad

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br andminor wounds in t
ene in Treste since the
Ant decision to turn
A! .y over to Italy.
f police arrested
S e in breakingS up the
s i Patton tanks of
t m u tuArmy clanked to-
hr tier, to backup
1W' a t 0 threat to mar
if th&italUans did..
lIk -a brigade of
as If they had
right ff the production
line moved through the main
squae of Posojna In the direc-
tion fthe frontier.
Rideots of the village said it
hadeen lke that for the last
five ays.
Ifteule '-ple road from
thre 4a to the tow
atof L 1 a t army
were .*alag up. At one
t l INS

as stalled by
S caterpillar
eat l.tion.
S set blast Sunday
eeadng Yugoslavs
jSrmed forces
A Trieste ter-
nmoment". Italian
d ste. and the

pDoat of the
from Bel-
k of violent
over an
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It. 15 (UP)*-
ralfa fLPa1 *

the U. 8.' Informtion Services
Offices at Belgrade and attack-
ed him. Kin's injury ,marks the
gravest in t involvinig Ang-
o-Amertihn slice the- U.S. and
retain decided to turn over the
Civit admrtWdtmatimo of their
eone 61 Tricateo the Italians.

Ukely Aid Cut

May Intensify
RiE fi-M t
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WASHING Oct. 15 (PP)
J-- Ald- a relations, al-
,read taut M_ bow string be-
cause of the Trlete dspute, m
receive a new test in asowdown
on economic 1*. It was learned
Indications -re that America
will have to cit ft economic as-
sistance for Begrade because of
heavy Congremfnal slashes in
the foreign al program for Eu-
ro e United l t Britain and
France allocated a out $150,000,-
000 in econoa e aid to the Tito
g vernment iArl g the fiscal
year that ended July 30. This was
In addition to military assistance
ranging from jet planes to tanks.
Negotiations o a new con-
omic aid agreement are under-
stood tla be nderway now in
Belgrade. Ai4 g 4 th0 r things
Involved Is a qtgoslav reUest
for 430,000 tonp of US. wheat to
help stablsll economy..
Of the $15 contribut-
ed by the B thr dur t
st fiscalr r t he M ,

p about U 0O00.
.: orS. tw'-._ RL. .M &

far eas
the ne

SLONDOK,' OctA 15-(cP) idon-tougPed -r Wietasi
tr chlU stompe thbe minds and speeh of hls'ontemporaiea
wijt more powerful ph.rses than probably May other orator
a history, oven Abirban Lincoln.
Here are some of them:
". The brn Curtai hul coed'thi phrse bk in
J46 in a speech he mtlie to students of Wh tminster College,
Fulton, Mo. "From Stettin in the Baltic to Titte'tn the Adri-
atic, an Iron Curtain has descended across thae continent,"
he said.
"Never have so ny. owed so much.ts d fetf"--Churchill
paid this tribute to the gallant llots pt the Royal Air Force
during the Battle of Brttalf in 1940-19*1: "Never before in the
h;tory of human conflict have so rnany owed so much to so
"This was their finest hour"-Ohurchill, in exhorting
SBritain to hold fast against Hitler, said: "Ii the British Com-
monwealth nd .empire last for a thousand years, men will
say, "This was their finest h6ur.'"
"Blood, toil, tears and sweat"-This was what Churchill
offered Britain in the dark days of the fall of France when
he became prime minister. "I have nothing to offer but blood,
toll, tears and sweat." Somehow this phrase has entered the
English-spking vocabulary as "blood, sweat and tears."
S Beside these household phrases, Chnoaill has uttered
passages s stirring prose familiar to everyone agd ranking
with the classics of literature:
S Of British determination to resist Germany to the end,
he said: "We shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas
and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and grow-
ing strength in the air.
"We shall fight in the beaches, we shall fight on the land-
ing ground, we shall fight In the fields and in the streets,
We shall fight in the hlls, we shall never *frrender."
Churchill's invective is famous, and people In all Allied
nations during the war were heartened and delighted when
he laid the scathing lash of his tongue on Bitler and Mus-
He called the Axis on One occasion."a monstrous tyranny,
never surpassed in the dark, lamentable catalogue of human
He lambasted Mussolini as a 'lackeyO and a "Jackal;"
with crushing sitplicity he referred to- Hite at.-"That evil
He paid eloquent tribute to the ~tuiaian peoplerduring the
war. But before that he was a militant-crltic of the Soviet
"The ftoo baboonery of Bolshevism" he called it during
the Russian revolution. He compared Lenin to a "bacillus"
released by Germany to infect the steppes

Mifd Missing

Rsom Money
SAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 1!
(UP) The St. Joseph News-
Pre, said yesterday the FBI is
searching there for a package
mailed from,East St. Louis, Ill.
and believed-to contain the miss-
Ing $300,00 ransom money paid
in the Bobby Greanlease kidnap-
It was in St. Joseph, Mo., that
the body of the six-year-old vic-
tin was recovered from a shal-
low, ime-packed grave behind
the house where the confessed
kidkap-murderers lived.
The News-Press reported a
peleoke. measuring 24 by 12 by
eight inches was handled by an
Ist ,St. Louis mail clerk who
later identified the sender as
Carl Austir Hall, 34, one of the
confessed kidnapers.
Such a .move by Hall would
link with his remarks to the
statement of a St. Louis cab
driver to whom Hall said Oct. 5:
"rve just got off a shipment and
I sure feel better."
In East St. Louis, the post-
master said he had checked his
emnityes and said he had been
unable to find out anything a-
bout south a shipment.
:The FBI had "no comment"
bout the reported St. Joseph
Hal and his alcoholic com-
anind, .Mrs. Bonnie Emily
Brown Heady, 40, were held in
federal custody here. A grand
Jury has been.called for Oct. 27
to hear the evidence and indict
them *6rmally under provisions
of the Lindbergh Law.
Hall and the Heady woman
drank coffee In their Isolated
ells to provide weak substitute
for his narcotics and her whisky.

Israeli Troops
Invode Jordan,
Kill 32 Persons
MUSALEM. Oct. 15 (UP) -
sraelf troops "Ivaded" Jordan
last night and killed 32 persons
in the vllage of Qibyah. 20 miles
northwest of here, Jordanian
sources said today.
Two others were wounded In
a six-hour Israeli attack with
mortars, machine guns, rifles
d explosives on the villages of
iahb, Shuk Bah and Badras,
the rporc said. Thirty-eight
houses and one police ear were
destroyed and 22 cows killed, the
epo added.
ord's cabinet met in emer-
sessioaan today to discus
be retaliatory action, while
ordan military observers toured
the attack area.

ed Pve. Jiehn 1n Lodge Lof CD tosli e xlt4ft4" wd.s
necticut to head two official de- public excitement over ti
legatdion to official ceremonies He will remain in Australia u
in Pana*A and Costa Rica early til Tuesday.
next month, it was -learned to-
day. The "utility" label was i ,.
the President Invited Lodge to plied to the atomic w a
head the American delegation to exploded today because it t:
tt e 50th anniversary of Pana- believed eaple of belh a~
mA's independence on Nov. 3, in a torpedo, rocket or salloa
5 and the inauguration' of Costa well as a bomb.
- Rican President Jos4 Figueres on
s Nov. 8. Another atomic weapons wJv
e Secretary of State John Foster be exploded nearby "soon" .-
Dulles made the request on be- probably in a week or 10 dayt
. half of the President in a let- followed by smaller ones, each
ter to Lodge early this week. designed to provide information
SLodge was told by Dulles that he on a different strategic problem.
would have the rank of special
* ambassador for both ceremonies. I
The United States is keenly in-
Sterested in continuing good re- nc l
nations with both Central Amer-
ican countries.
The :United States and Pana At e Lines
mi currently are involved in de- K
licate negotiations here on the LII
status of the United States in
s the Panama Canal Zone.
SThe talks center on Panama's I dl
bid to increase the United States In ndo hina
annual annuity for the C an a 1
Zone lease reportedly to a-
Ibout $1,000,000 a year and on
Panamerican proposals to modi- HANOI, Indochina, Oct. U. -
I fy certain privileges of US. cit- (UP) Thousands of Ftrneh
izens in the Zone. and loyal Indochinese troop
In Cos ta Rica, the United slashed into Communist Uine to.
States hopes to continue friend- day in a land-sea attack plt-
ly relations with the Figueres terned on Gen. bouglas ~itc-
government. Officials pointed Arthur's famous "end run" at
out that relations had been Inchon.
good with the outgoing admin- The offensive, biggest of the
istration headed by President eight-year Indochina war, was
Cllio Ulate. designed to annihilate Red
troops concentrated south of
Anybody Lose this vital capital.
e while strong French around
H is. Cheaters? forces drove south on a 61-mile
His heaers.front, amphibious forces smash-
Know anyone who hasn't been ed, ashore at Ninth Binh, 50
Seeing straight lately? miles south of here, to cut the
Police are anxious to locate Communists off from reinforce-
the owners of two pairs of glas- ments or retreat.
ses found in the vicinity of the Front reports at noon today
Balboa Clubhouse. said the pincer attack is "'vr*
The. owner of one. a pair of ceeding as planned,
trtoise shell bi-focals, must be The ground forces had en-
having a hard tinle getting a- countered virtually no resist
round without them. lance, and no serious setbacks
The other spectacles have had been reported by the am-
clear plastic frames. phlblous troops.
Owners may claim same at the The landing" at Ninh Bbh was
Balboa Police Station. covered by fighter bombers frat
the former U.S. aircraft earrlw
* I Lngley. rechristened Lafayette
Citizens' Group 'when it was handed over to te
Meets Monday French. .,
Members of the U.. Citizens' El Salvador Gold
Association will meet Monday
night at 7:30 in the Diablo Stolen At Idlewir
Clubhouse. j
The by-laws of the Constitu- NEW YORK. Oct.15 JV) -
tion will be voted on at this A ship t Of $H5 in
meeting. bullion was reported stelea to-
day from a hangar at IWM4"
Civil Defense alroort, officials at the airport
FAIRFIr D, Calif. Oct. 15 'Te* bulla iwas e smif-
(UP) Pairfleld civil defense the atoesiean S-mstr .
director R. M. Cole said today he Refiing Company ae
hpes to get more equipment for Ambe, NJ.
the citys civil defense unit. The b u s t lrowampl l -
The unit's equipment now con- shortI y wSt i am v -at s
slits of one small Geiger count- airPrtt yp pla e fromm
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W IM ORUM THE RiEAIRS OWN COLUMN There is the mierca.t dt a. .
Zone in the Americas.It e j*'&
Small air force. Its UMidi '.
Sh A \senals are loaded with a -T r
A l 1X machine guns, artery. s .
SM A I U L b and ammunition, run Into our
Hemisphere by international g~a
Tb Mll lesx m k open- tfoum io, i*. drs at The PoIemo Amer. smugglers. The amugglea tre di-
Lets re ceived g. afullp end ore handled in a whol c rec by a Oech 8koda c
S** b t tI agent named Mlroslt Ptih,
ll be Impnlt, 19 i 's a r a e .four other age whn b t
is*eI h th" W.rder received by U.S. government 'offIs I
tsh N t e lene i tiare to en p lenth. must not now identify' -
Shtr writr al held I. stdlrest saatiden This miltariaed reti ,._a
mr esre nes o espgibiy ter aemsh es epilem from Gdatemala to til
** ** ana, where in three y di- .
o-- tist, Cheddi Jagan, and the
INVESTIGATION ASKED American wife he met at' ooe-
SveltCollege in ClChica o .. e aye
a r.: built a powerful pro-Sovitt par-
ty, Heavily. ladp with Money
ai would like an answer or answers from some of your readers and weapons, it has bl kept
S the. iuetstion of Compensatory and/or Overtime for employes from overthrowing the untsh
er Civil Service Regulations. governor there only bythe tar
rival of the Royal MaritMs.:
I Hfive always been under the impression that you could only But until the ELpgtsh 1 WI
umuitate so much ana in order to work overtime and get paid necks and Korean vets
Comipensatory Lime-it oad to be approved by someone senior Jag#t's Peoples P ro7c ,' -
t Jtleast, some.autiority ,to stay overtime. ty whipped up parsali Iatil
Sf,6e organizations on the Canal Zone have regulations to in the sugar and baluxit. ( (I
Lolowed to such effect I think they ought to check more minum ore):fields, threat oed to
Sto see that they are being properly carried out. I know kill the editor of the anti-Com- BF
Sa cae where I (and others) aelinicely feel the privilege (if mnnist newspaper, and attacked
call it that is being abused. nt-Communist legislators on
At least when one works overtime I feel they? should know the very floor of the House.
lu ha s been accomplished and I feel tnat ove.ilme should be
rotly considered by those in authority. Only things o i n Since the pro Conmminfst
erencynature should be a basislor overtime. Wnile one may Progressive Party wonlS of the
Coos Compensatory Time--i's still rioney in one sense and we 24 seats in tshe JAsS
taxpayers hate to see our taxes paid out to something unneces- took over all.the me.iiti rte t
ry. April 21 Jegan," the me n r d
~ a ow about a little investing. ting along these lines-you who Prime Minister and his.& i
y thin Charge o' these m aaters? wers ablee .t use. gt:
-S* | strictly tore r money to fly anl ove the-sl-
-Strictly For a'o1 ny, agitatiat workesto strike t.
and terreohtn tho whd re- I
Against this network.of moniy,
SSA.V I ON HOSPITALITY maninower and Soviet araw.. Ur
people, organized i i ani.
mear St called the Manpower Ctsera gS
Assn, h exactly one.-ep; HBd,
wait a minute. After al we folks from the South, tne I da. Our friends were forced to .Ar
Bof eU.S..that is, has a feclin o ilosp sell'their only propaLgnda wp-
o~~ iha i a.tA on the. jeep bea&Ve .,pa
hoaB our feeiins to ah our guests anVia i on th eep aae r i e
e &rme ilt .gues.s like the U.A.U. An I cause they couldn't -meet the
tricism about some ot them boys, not much crci Dpayments. '
a litlt But I aont hke that. I don't taink we old fine This entire nro-S8viet Latin,
shlougata cricise Our guess, specially -out.non American-Carbbean.labor nt WASHINGTON--(~) t public
wabo have tO giru ola to ttry an g by. n a mise- work is runout of .Tamaitaby has Ie. focused on th at-aid dae tas
Sa ocy e;;pnse money. Tcy are ha.in a hard enoug. new Communist labor federal just I ed by the Ulltli stes aitd. tt a
Sis v/ihout haviil to la,en to erntcism which. s ap1 t t tion, directed by Snone e the byomlc agretent mae b no Is as -. m
e- feellns .n, upset tneeJ than -Ferdinand a mith,- ol tantA it mean .a thi n an.l U the
we h elp4 dri utor O the IO overament a e A
the worse part of it is that the criticism aint Justtiled at Naional Maritime Uon. One trason the qnt aNy not 8
lst. an 'cgsa&eration that there wpr'i-&nt looc very m the aq j i 1 16 1
it sounds all right) on account-bf ine people paint got mth ws ted f l .m le i S s
aseniaof hospitality and fiiad little things to critclse .. after coanSstent t apr t nett a a
t e. r hrea some criticism ble Ka them GAO: fellers here_ and long iht for Amae Ca,.
tv jSay nythere dollar" a eonth i covered parking Sailor. chief, Big Joesurra ot in th
#the cri4. Now of .?cour4 Z ll bee* yn .that there da^ySmitlA is a vice-presidet ofSpai o do areas. 0s WU m
P o as the Soviets' rld dea o has never done hbeore. And-L It c. .Tf a
.6Tr.d...Uas. Global mA W- .,m. .. ~ ciarew ar ouat.a__U

S gets sere ranaima savers a cenase.. ruca ,r,, 8i-h -i -- m.aau wun ww '"u wa u0 -w 4 w0.
,lhd a narrow. mnded id.e'that Govoint em plo b G a., 4maa eia OB at ti y
.ai y subidies, u thnt, he don't live her like his enthe art ear or thui ee 5tin8s. haa uit.4 t .1
in-o.soo Uke io* of this grave we been dippin into sties and rEeL t Isullfig under the Amdtri udon at roesn
cieluentendriohas aorta rubbed off on-our guret Tth sites protyecp thee .Pndm onablo prices. Ooods and a
the -hodpital anyway checklist o re Cant al pr the ilam unable prises.ood Msd

.Ith thenm. It. ahwo. the proper ~t of After Amerlcain government, and labor ra gol ar to ,a
r re Uncle Sanms payroll and ws tw making ferdeao teo parade theba- o rtulr and ol-pl
t er thre.phywlcl:when they are already there on Ite mines fro which we and t lcq whitb rstrih pdl0t i
atlon as can kil twor blrpst the sam 1e the Canadia efnset considerable pri. t Ir.t to be
fcan see that "'te' I tarl- a e of lriminum ore fr ti y oMaCd,. ad tfrao ti ori
^ ac.an see that this criticism 18 deexanuiated. The wpr plaie production They al- ade L .
l about t, I shore wi h Mr. ,Newman would come back. Wat tocrtipple harbor aaclll- Wi e
It-that itten he would stay: here long enough, at ties and to' prsfovewo the Orient n. .
, the rest of us subaldized employs ad G W- .oul" that webir bad white imnerial- to St b i U rea
.l~uw ~to h1t subsidies and Ir_ Ilong t he hid t ad sists shoot dosw colored natives. prSt i i',_I9 I..
jof the gravey and- ebs 9 d',would rub off on him two. such' iequested and extent U. la
S tiogas. Iffen we aill ame the same aint nobody gonna ?Very clever, these Sovleteers. pBerim4 -". ..
Snbbody s smell an'we can all waller in our nmud hole. A-n what do we do about it? e
cce anr. s Ntc imn e. Atthee APL conreIntion, .a
I heard Sera ne Romualdi, the
S-Sadeye Sam. federatloe Lain American ex-
-airt, warn hpud h oi yt that there
r. s danger to soviet revolution
etaiss British Ouai na. bl ody he ad- .i," '' l
when he said what is hap- "
ninog- noBritish Guiana is ex-TOWN
mll ctly what happened in Guate-T
maln. "L o.. ...
My And what happened i 0a,- lni WWMro. M ahlU.
StemdSa? Other e Comnlp ~ '" H e
groups r: a aamsed along h
mlitarynsa. They are reeel-
hin heavy shipments of armI, d
actually angled through the a p 4
Pan~ a Canal. The weapon lI
resents: then are landed on Guatema-
lk'aelflt~r CoaIt and moved
to the interior- by National
i.Agleultural De pa rtment
trAcks. At startegle points. theM
machine guns are dropped off.
TRAL -- GIANT RELEASE 'cordin to cent intell
+ ence resorts, Soviet agents ing "rl I .
: S, 2:: 6:6 8o p.m. the orovince of Iabel have just
received ten machine guts and(P
350 rafleYa

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I have beforeme -sa list of pC
n.mes, pla es a ,nqua&tities of
rifils, machine Wum and ammo T
diiered elbOw i:in tphe ast the
few VreU.k Jta e aites 'o se. N. 1
cret military -t~ainng camps at ..
lanto Tomas, Concecloo, San- tee
ta Anita el 91b9, l P mrreso:
LQ Chorrer: sW 4 airn fld at nta
edrera Nacals4, (the
At these fields. military men her
from Rulsa Itself tome ekiled No
from Santo Domingo, and Oua.e reL
temalan AnmyAoffleer are train. W
Scares i BJv 'oc of vir.
all. th ka American S
P P tie! O WitOh Pe- 2T
M't and-#d American capt. Do1
tal, A4mrtlca diplomacy and
Amerdi an bearity from the low' f
or half of our hemisphere. Th
We can bw lolated. And It
take the U* w ot mny of bosn of
re-win what we thi- are ban*
n reoubl cAlopled by gay c-
b* :eroa, .
Why we do nothing is au
hwvv's m1"10q. ft ti"' *'-.yiU'
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O b 15 (UP)-- Just when the settlement
Bd tolliw ~teok life *asy would be announced remained
Syesterdayt anol snned big Rockefeller a grtiSson of the
V headlines reporting .she has legendary J6 n D. Rockefeller,
wrested a record-beaknlg $5,- wasn't commenMing, at his new
tla M 500,000 divorce settlement from 300,000 estate "ne Morrilten,
&MV .MM hez eatraqpd husbandnd. Win. Ark.
throp. tg A close find OfMrs. Rocke-
The Lithuanlan coal miner's feller cOn thlkt Bobo w
... daughter who married into one determined ab ve from the
Sof America richest families Rockefeller fottua the biggest
SA M was In secluh in the luxurious piece of alimony ever served
'L ;E *aplArtment, p.lnc e Withrop's But she insisted no settlement
15rail E5nouning h intention to stay.
gmahh th Seo~isit A doorman n reporters. The friend said that Bot
Uau 1Wi9 "' I'm no r r today than I was no "gold diger" but said.
Sawas yesterday", she sent word the Cmderlla gir "Just wants
S. ".1 through the orman. "I' have the money for retribution."
.b.r'n nothing more tpsay." "She told me I year ago when
S3tl, ~This statemeia didn't rule out she realized a reconciliation was
fa i iu th possibility thist her lawyers out of the question tht she
B2i' ReIlV were drawing M up legal paers wanted to get the biggest a-
wI will ng*% 5Mae a lwnich wpailddlp generouly si to Ilmony ever granted," the friend
04;i rld r .M wrful the Rockefeller muon. saia.
AilWa, 0 epl ve The lawyers made themselves Bobo's friend mid lawyers
a II tin n carce to ny~wmen. All were "Ip have been In a "marathon" hud-
hB eros i9nt OpL al. .' is ( t1 rItitb-I P e conference, except the Chicago dlr for the last two weeks.
o a gh l da i Itrl f 6 |uJ attorney who f ast reported the "With this much money in-
S Cor aer set.tltzlcnt evolved even the Rocketellers do
hn l Dm o n tI U ,TJi attarpey who asked that a little dickeri tg." the friend
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aIble f h himself ain adviser to Bobo The Chicago attorney said the
Sg duitng her negtiations with her
Ig T Ca malti-ml~ipnarIr husband and
,e Er .I ...L") r said reports that the couple had
*t.g ]JtiM& finally reached the huge settle- We need late model
IJ mpnt werb "substantially cor-
,; i .,. '" S .Plymouths for trade-i
-g e theBuieks, aind

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tram q Co. at- NOW ISTH T
on of the 145th Infantry Dead-give-aways that a wom-
t at Camp Iol" Loul- an a isnbecoming age-concous:
sedg" t.eg SMO T& HU
Wb en -he -au-ta ly says a-
.Ridalgo attended alb High beginning to show'her age."
School and the Canal Zone Jr. Sh begin.tto measure every CO L
eolleg. He was employed with one's age.by ber own. "84e must
the Inter-American Oeodetic be at least five years older than
Survey before Iqductlon June ," or if the other woman is a
"..., .1 few years younger she says: "We
e was aed one of the must be Just about the same
-'[l I Jl Re was naimed Ie of the age."
"outstanding tratnees" and alsoge."
received the highest score in She starts to.doubt the nuil-
Khi physical training. ber of birthdays other women
have allowed themselves: "W'~o
MBi parents are Mr. and Mrs. does she think ahe's kidding?" r s
J'ann Efidalgo of Oainboa. she wants to know. 'Why, sheO'll
never see forty again."
th She susewts that any woman
-tm-n be. Aft m.r her age who Isn't turningj gray tell

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age she hltitay gray hair?
Her first c ment when she
tries d a is either: "Are
you sU M it sI'l .too young look-
Ing?" 'f "Not that. It looks too
One'of the first things she
tries'to decide when she meets
Itn" wa Is how old she

an o e sn S
aren't cba- d a bit." she
goeo hone red tells t.ir hus-
band: "I w shocked at how old
Marg loos.. She certainly has
let iersel go."

She reminds her husband of
hi age,. preferring the phrase
" iAo ur e" to "at oar age."
a.lwps hastens to add
l talkt~g of a friend who is
olwdr than she is (If only by
t e or four years) "Of course
sM, older than the rest of our

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I Wagoe. They were cited When a woman becomes I
"outsngV efforts to pre- cOncious, she Is worrvinR
much about growlni older b
re Our Democratic way of self. aer concern with every
f trg youth-of the coun- ele ie i ast means she is i
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Pare6HIS, Taher5 ^Hits Copper, Thanks Trooper I
_____ri E le el rs Parolee Safe Appreciates Fines i
JAco r? aSIElect MOfficers DETOT. ICHMOND, Va., Oct. 15 (UP)
Patrolman Walter Nal, 29ed for speeding by a Virginja
BY OSWALD JACOBY The annual meeting of the was founded critically .eSO v stateorooper wrote o. Joho LGAV
Written for NiEA Service Parent-Teacher Association lf day wPhen he was struck b' Oti Battle a letter, complimenting
St. Mary's School of Balboa. was of an esti.nated 45 police bul- the trooper who arrested him
held on October 4, at St. Mary's led's fired at a lTarolee trying to Battle said the Georgia mo.
Parish Hall. avoid capture. tourist wrote that more vigilance
NORTH (D) 9 Olfficers elected for this year by patrolmen such as trooper F.
NORTH () were: Thirty-three of the bllts C. Trice would make the fth;
SNone President: Mr. William K. tore into a car driven byfaMr- was saieTr, and be didn't mind
AQe954 Webster, Vice-President: Mrs. uel Bonimarlto, but he ws un- that the arrest cnd him $1045
SKJ 92 PhyllLs Best: Secretary: Mrs. scathed when officers tlallv In fines.
6J9 7 Ilene Skidmore: Historian: Mr. collared him. Nalley, rlhg in
H ST EA8T Cooper Skidmore: Auditor: Mr. onl of the 17 patrol car chasihg 1952 after serving six years of
A 10982 A 7543 Daniel Hennassey. Honorary Bommarito v.as struck ic the an armed robbery sentence. He
a V K 1072 President. Sister Mary Nellie; chest by a stray shot. said he tried to elude police be i
*075 0Q843 Spiritual AdvLsqr Fa.ther Wil- ommarito. 40, was 'roled rauase he didn't have a driver's.l~ a Ml iftapi s
Kcq,' .5 liam Finn. C. M.' from South Michigan in license.
3 L'TH Committees. Heads elected
6AK QJ6 were:
S613 I Athletics: Mr Walter Mikul-
#*A6 ich; Motion Picture: Lt. Thomas' llWA10Df, KA
SA 106 Clary: Memibership Mrs. Audrey NOeLLA HE LL .

I rih East South. West Helen Wise:,rogrsnm Mrs. 0. '
Yr Pa 2 PaTs McNall: Publleations- Mrs. Carl! *-e
S Pass 4 N T. Pas Webb. Mrs. Edward Reynolds. AEROVIAS ECUATORIANAS, C. A;:
5 C Pass 5 N.T. Pass IMr. Fred Mohl: Publicity: Mrs.
S* Pass 6 NT. Pass *R. Burda: Health- Mrs. Guy MILY
1 -.5s Pl. Lord; Welfare: Mrs. Glen Bol- MIAMI, One Way ......$70.00 Round trip $126.00 .
Opening lead-* K ton: Study Club, Mrs Thomas
pem __ Clary: Radio: Mrs. Phyllis Best: UAVAQUIL One Way.. 80.00 Roud trip 144.40
-- --- -- Legislation- Mr Thomas O'-.
Byrn: Safety: Mr. Frederick QUITO, O Qe.
L e ake it clca to be- aety Mr reerck UITO, 0 W.y ... 86.00 Round trip 154.80 *,.,
A'Ln it, ~nat I don't think After the election and Instalt- ,'
gni CL or mte iav the wa) ane tion of officers, comments and Cargo rates also reduced. Consult with our office
ioaditg went in tne hand siown remarks were made by Sister at Perd Avenue No. 15, Telephone 3-3283 or see your
toay, North snouan't have Mary Nellie. Father Joseph Ko-
opened the biddlWng a.bous n't nen. C. M. and Father William travel agent.
hame bid a new a t) at his. sec- M. Finn. C. M.
orrn turn. A social hour followed the JL' .
-,l 1 don t lamie South for meetlne during which refresh- .. *
gr.ilng ln.ni.. it nu six-no- mentt were served: Mrs Guy R i
Ntrurmp. The hand %as neing Lord was in charge of this part .
played in a pair tournament of the program.
tcspeciiia l.: the Ma.nd r Bair i- h -
Cnampionsip,. held a te" weeks
ago in St. Louis' and North's
strong building made it appear -i
that nothing less than six no- MAKE fIENOS
trump wound earn e good score. fRIEN
Why W.I'. cloose to open tie '
ki..' of clJbs will piobaolv re-
mn,n a n tiery Ioicei. Such i3
le.'d \x. s almost sure to ccst a
trick, and West had a rery safe ,r .
lead In the form of the ten ou 4' *
aspides. The only explAratiun I '
can think of is that West de-
cided ltat sb'llv biding d.serv- ,. -.
ed Ar qually s llopening lead
At this point the monkey
business ended and good bridge, ,
been. Tnr South player ha,-
pened to be Sonnv Movse. eitor Ufl 'L MAR 5Ultl
of t:'e Eiide Wnoi!d. who pro- The "gi Is" are going to lunch
ce.'d t drieirson. .fte tlthu he nnd the plan is to so Dutc
kr I a coup irou a touo. treat. Have consideration foi
Mln, won the opeiing lead your waitress, and ask for in-
with Jre are of clubs and dlvtdual checks at the time you'
promptly returned the ten of order. Never take a group check.
clubs. West took the second and then try to determine what
trick with thb. queen of cluts, each of you owes. after the meal HR
his enthusiasm a bit e'omaened Someone always overlays, the H Sunt
by the sight ., dumnm:.', clubs. ,illuatfon or*en leadq to ruffled -,' ..t.
W' en st r .-.-.en fT-n in. and the waitress hasn't th
of ,~~'s It. West visl- all amternnon to conduct a class a .
bly b i*; .L.el and shifted to in account ting.
the e ht of hearts. A ltught is better
8I1rn alert agent, Moyse than a Ilo l udai ghLt.
saw was going on and ,r--- .'---
therefo 'refused the heart fi-
sese. Ialtead, he put up the mee Strung Up
of hearts, cashed dummy's gooden smle. It lleanet
ARA FALLS, Ont. (UP' I cleans .k
clubs. (dscarding a low beat NA ieafng I
fronflhis hand. and got to tis o CTy firemen had td rescue a any leading too-paste...
handwith the see of diamnonds robin whose spring housedlean- ... gif

apad broc.te and he could run feet v e iound the bird: .
P11 fle of them discarding four be icamne in string used l
hearts andE diamond from the In rin l nesat and hung L'
heartt.and a diamond from the suspended. FIlrmati Frank Arm-'
d'.tnimy. East could save only strong climbed a ladder and set
two cards, and one of them had the bird free. .
to e the Iir.. of hearts. Hence
-ass bad to blank his oueen of mund from his han& to dum-
ds- a conclusion he eamrr my's king, dropping East's blank
tc&tler long and painful queen. Dummy's Jack of dia- ."
tiitit. monds then furnished the uo "4
O ce again Sonny say what twelfth trick for. a very well-
Wat 19ing or. so he lead the dia- emned top score

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Hershey -aocgemd 'the good'
wishes quetl. There'd be bno
ILt v0mRwi i aMU o spending I
orjytal U W,10M hbe risctv-
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meday tbe bl w.r paidand
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bad RBOUt Ws left. Ms
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(wi last 'tfll Nov. zld)
All our stock at moderate pies!
Complex stock of "Simplicity Pattrns"

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$114.00 un dtr
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FOR SALE: Saby g
new. $10.0. Ciall t. nso
dueltl duty'hou rs, -~1.


S'SALE:-Livingroom sofa and FRSALE: -952 CedcH d
-a thingg chair, slip Cover. Rea- top coup like new, rdlo, nylon
sonable, Panama 3.3073. Seat covers. Tel; 2-47ZT, .Perama..
SOR SALE-60 cycel Kenmore au- FOR SALE:-.-95 ..Wll. J0prte
o t ic weir, almost new, $200,. a, frlent 4tion
.1 FWAmador 8Z-4 .WI Mrs.
t ALE: 5 wooden venetian e248 0xtep 45.

FORP SALE-Modern Wordrobes $48. F SALE 9 c 1S FoW rud
-fO hi 2.00, Mahogany CYf. Exteij" 45.d Hid
blinds, $10.00 each, fit 4 family

qW u chairs $5.50, avingroom sets FQR SALE: lymrouh '53 utility
.$159.00, complete double bCeds o tti W4oon, 500 miles. Perfect
from $48.00, Bors $65.00; -mode Du Pald. Like New. Phone
4 .vniti with stool $35.00, Arm 36 97. 9: nt. -' p. m. 3-2097
: tirs a38.00, Guairntned 4 burn- 5 p. m. C c .y m.
i na G Stoses $69.00. And MANY --,-.-- -----r --
S crs 0, rooonly SMALL DOWN F S h uili

.. EHOLD EXCHANGE eiit', allllf f
to1h 5900e Row No. 41 Tel. 3-4911b .0mie.
-.----.- .. -FQR SALE:--Furmnished house in Son-
AL:-wo brand new 6 .u. t .bla 898 fee square land,
Sft 8. Bctric Servel refrigerator chiap. Phone Pnad.io 3. 949.
4 .n 0 t ah. Works either rn 25 9." ..... p. 3.20
ycfrs 1 Ref38.00, torn Diblo urn- 5pm 4p. t n.
sre. Central Avenue No. 86, ..y.
2-2404. WR BARGAINS, which arelln
SALIE:-Modem foam rubDL r lry. El "Weal "'" :et No,
dir, wrought Iron lamp and tbite; I 7 '.
s Eova r m tr wN.- WANT(D: HousekePer cook.
to bed. RPonoe 3-. 41 J 'in 3-491.
- Mf ltrich iServel refjrigerato rs ti 898-Z949 qur nd
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2BA Pommunliqlon6 rvpjy, t
ellent. Phone Cdon' 1 aftr
6:00 p. m.
American trumtt ..
brass, silver finlshrn&. ll,
dollars. 124-C, ew CPl" ,

E E-Maw diningroom
is ll i.e newi ie, 6 chinrt.
,ina-closet. smral tabl. $150.-
: .00. 3 Pc., lhingropm set: sorf 2
*14 arm cho.rs, .%ory. lOastic upholster-
ed. $123. No 18. 50th Street
STelephone ;-3390

.BUV vour used refrgeotor and
.ve you a CROSLEY. Call uso at
CIA. CYRNOS. Telephone -1793
,"Avenido Nacionl," near Tivoli
-C-ss.ng. ______
.Wf-NTED: Two to four hectares
.ell.drained l;nd 5 to 20 miles
o9I Penama. Near Trailsthrmon
Sor -pcuren highways prefdrret
Sltef nations considered. Write
Details to box 1323 Balboa.
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) for return of prescription
I lost Thursdcy, October ith.
lernes, r tortoise shel
I. Mrs. L oer. PPnpma 3.

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S:aeld bids. for opening li public
SHO G .-- f winl be received until 10:30 A. M..
: - Otcber 29, 1953,i -Ist,
Your Community Station ; S ',d r. e e
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-'otexas Shoes
~ I-USTQON, Tex., Oct. 15 (UP)
e.puty sheriffs sadly ast a-
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Boots, he said, "don't go
our 'citified' unitfora."

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7:30-R-uest 4alon
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United Press Sports Writer

NEW YORK, Oct. 15 Spry old Casey Steel,
who won five straight world championship~id ai
would like to win five more, once again today Was
named the United Press American League Manager-

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Need One Thing Ctubs,

Obtained Willie Mranda from
%dd U.P NAMES -sports must the Browns and he gave little --
The ex-left handed dentist, Phil just the amount of relief for me
who combines talents as a min- he needed to be in top shape e the i -anal Zone n.e
ttrel and a magician in keeping for the stretch run and te the Cl bl Zone 0 ou s
;he. Yankees permanently in World Series. Bchd ha estb course
front in the pennant scramble,' The hitting efficiency of the in af truction Jntor
received 1I of 24 votes in the an- Yankees, especially on homers, ad or g, d Junior
aual balloting by a special com- was reduced whon Berra de- e f o *
mittee of baseball writers veloped chronic oliti. andj P '" w be credlte for all
Lou Boudreau of the Red Sox s weak he was of not much !elve t
and Paul Richards of the White help. While he was recovering, I 101wt u l be under note
Sox each received three votes as Charley Silvera took and did LONG LAKER-Slater Mar the o f ud Ham- Zone's
Stengel gained the honor for the a workmanlike job and then stands five-10 but looks like a mond, us tan a pr t the Fort Patty
Stith straight time. Berra came back strong. midget alongside his new Min- Amador Club, and Johnny final a
Mantle disturbed Stengel when neapolls teammate. Clyde Love- Wright assistant pro of Bum- for the %
Althought the Yankees won Mebeme over llette. After a month with the mit RH1. Comm"a 3
the fag this year more easily became overly-conscious of Phillips Oilers, the six-10 form- .U. 8.
Than t- any other time since the excitement over his lon e K ss O All-' tructio under Hammo ndx f*,
.an :tok over as manager distance, wallops. 01o Case still er Kansas All-America quit willetion under Hammond
4ten took over as manager thinks the youngster strikes amateur basketball to join the will be held tW days a week In Some of
io 1 he had to overcome thnksLakers. (NEA) r the area between Galllard High- ers on tl~
the problems of an aging out too much, fails to bunt often .. -- way and the Balboa Railroad slat Pro e
pitching staff, a slowed up enough and perhaps needs to be Station or, In cae of rain. n in the t
Phil Rtauto at shortstop, the converted strictly to a right-" the Diablo gym. Two other days Johnny
early season illness of catcher handed hitter. Just what hemay Nm rn Ijmn 1 a week the classes wll be tutor- ray, Jai
Yoei Berra. and the heavy do with Mantle isa project for 11 UIe U ed by Wrght at t SummitRiley,
bWyhoo for center fielder 195 but he did havethe "goldn Hll s coWrie. L. it l
Mickey Mantle, who suddenly boy" hitting more consistently at The 111 ran C -Ch
beaswlngng for home runs the end of the season and Mick- 0a 0 h"" e
every tlime he came to bat. ey provided two key home run ho e To Rem
Stengel met each crisis with wallops aepiflrt the Dodgers in
flying colors. He knew Allie'the World Series. a th ed.I
Reynolds could not give him the Stengel also got a more settled U j to
consistent double duty work as lineup when he quit two-pla- dona te g. q om ld p
both a starter and reliever as toonine his outfield and both -the u of the ew b
was demonstrated by his 13 vic- Hank Bauer and Gene Woodlin Th are 14 and
stories tis year as against 20 the developed into steady, everyday NEW YORK, Oct. 15 (UP) rea t tart a
year bre. He knw also that players who hit both lEIht and The nation's top-ranked football d gifts o
d"4 Lo- John Sqn, and Vic left handed .itch n WOtl'cQ- team- Notre Dame is a solid loa3 *W l
Raschi''eeded more rest be- sistentcy. He managed to. choice to remain unbeaten Sat- p
tsen turns. more right-and-center field"I urday.
Lbrat. carefully spotted, won tli'" from Gil McDougald. apd
14 games mnd lost four and had although his slick second base- Odds-makers of the Minnea-
the best earned run mark in the i man. Billv Martin. batted only polls clearing house rate th
league. Sain. used mainly in re- .257. he drnve In 75 runs and was Irish a 20-point favorite, ra ce
Ilet in e. latter stages of the a superb fielder. Joe Collins was Pitt in one of the biggest e 'V-T O
race. e up with a 14-7 mtrk. top-flight at first and when he of the weekend. Duke Is '&
RasehlL puzzle to the batters slumped, young Don pollweg point favorite ever A
at timl wae dropped from the was Stengel's choice as a capa- other big I onal
rotatis -until be, regained his ble replaobent, and Ohioa
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~ 'r*k. To overcome this lost SEABROOK, N. I. (UP) t '
hitt efficiency, Sten el Twenty-eipht baby-sitters "sat" The game:M.la the
; ,ht along youne Wite for six -month-old Laura Marie akers onqidir toss-uw.
d as his new pitching hero Field. The girls donated their T a I "-Cewme, M
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Arkanass, Houston over the Ok--
lahonlm Agaes. Nebraska over
SMipmo of Florida. and Texas
S Tech ver Colege'6 d Pacific.
~ ahea Is It points ever
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13-toint choices are Maromette
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'Mhlgain ever Northwestern,
A sleltma over Tennessee. U-
CI ever Stanford, and Geor-
STee ob ever Auburn.
S Cincinnati Is rated 14 points
better than Xavier the' same
margin by which Missouri is
nicked over Iowa State. Mary-
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iWashington State over Idaho.
Baylor is a 19-point choice to
down Vandetbilt. Michigan State
A 20 points over Indiana. Iowa
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WITH SOMI 1 ELP from "youngster" Fred Stein, 86, Mrs.
Georgiana Carhait blows out the candle on her 88th birthday
.cake at a party on the set of TVs Life Begins at 80 program.
Mrs. Carhart, a former opera star, is TV's oldest performer.

FIRST IN LINE for a special trip over OklahoMa's new Turner Turnpike is the family of Tom
Logan, an Oklahoma City fire department lieutenant. They covered the 88-mile journey
over the $38 million turnpike in four days, camping on side of road and living like pioneers.

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a' s thqgh only ten are to be .jin'- pl krs cortry "sfaf" -
iOd into the military serv- L....
this month from the Canal i .
is believed likely that TWENTY-NINT YEAR PANAMA, ,L "AT. OCTOBER 15, i1s '.
1ear the Zone in common
theoe for the continental '.
States may be Increased
utfuare Selective Service calls,
aerdlng to Marc Quinn, state
sEtle service director. 'W ash e rs
.Vh belief is based. Quinn
d on recent statements by
en. Lewis B. Hershey, na-
.director of the Selective0hn"
System. In a recent ra-
ew Hershey said that
level of 23n W th cAntRed .
mn doubled during t he oming PANMUNJOM. Korea Oct. 15 neers on an around-theelock tiv were taken Ipto separate ata ii
Sd d d g (UP) Heavily-armed Indian schedule -tboot for lte-t-face meet-n J "ap
The ,ten inductees from the guards forced anti-red Chinese Al but five of the first iW ings with the ed political of- fei.te0u o ,te
ahai Sone this month have sit-down s:rlkers to attend the Chinese interviewed by Com- fliers they hve sworn to kill. priohe t atti
S -9- flied to report for in- first Communist lectures today munit poltleal permsade south Korea promised it seslobai l ,pn
next Monday at Fort but the prisoners rejected repa- turned down the atteractte i- wuulc not Interfere. Indian Lt U. ,
41, AI have hv.i their triation In overwhelming num- fes made by the Pe6 pi np- Gen. .. Th namyya said his nUh
maime physical examina- ber. andists and went 'me' to Neutqal Nation Rpaitriation vtoewi
Isyadwil be sent to the Join their anti-Comsa alert Conmmisson would do "every- tho e
taties .baic training. Eight For seven hours the violently colleagues. thing In It power" to present mu to
Sthe ten, to enter thb service an-il-Communist war prisoners The first nine men who re- an mass outbreaks. for It. hou
A .. week are volunteer. tof the Allies refused to leave fu.ed to go home came dat of e thanked thp U.N. for Chr S e.
hee ras een considerable their compounds. They came the interview huts and plant- sepdiog Amerlea troops to Tlh, Na
fs ,atirn in the numberof out quietly when they were told ed the Chinese Natlontet flag prtest the IUa .aa Ift .i .$l- w
F ^ Wb .e called for military their Indian guards would use In their compound. attlts by SK f w1
S the Clanal Zone force If n.e'essary. The Indian command an- Howeven TBtmhi .1pai yes- t
ly ~~ mThe lo wt number to The Indians, carrying 'rifles Iounced that Indlan IIda terday be still hdnot dlise
led si elective Service and swinging nightstIcts, herd- were bsued 'maximum Weury" ed to the 21 s1tts-Cmmuanis t
.tended to the Zone was ed the first group of 2,418 pri- rlnera to prevent bilosd pla rsonI a letter from t e UM.I WNL.
ti0dlastJ?" .. o soners Into the miniature tent when the nt-Communtst cap..- Oom nd urging them not to R e
In his recent radio interview city built by American engi- -
oA the draft situation for the th
.year, the national selecBA
.g E ...dic aglCdth; rldesHYearood U S Can't 'Buy' A sias b s
M evel of 23,000 a month/.. ...
high 50,to 40,0 Dies n Free Natins-Bowle
The variation in the numberF Free IN onSBowles
me to be called for ml tar Charles H. Yearwood died at
v es rom year to year, his residence in San Francisco -- PC -.
said, because of the de la Caleta yesterday at the ST. IOUS, Mo., Oct. 14 ( ) ing to buy them," hes "We anatio
of the Korea 7. His death followed a Chester owl forp in our views mt people an4 try- nhuerl trn
man n oe the Korbea con- long illness. ndA- couldn't buy Asia wth aU the 0edthe dcth.
, = meriz to Fort ... m prrsou
s'replacements being call- A naotel ofe It 1two year Intervals It Yearwoedigrated to tth ti o toLe .M
year it lath-
t that the draft call is ow mus several decades ago and nationu*g l legitimate na oilira-k of =Q
s year and high the next. saw ser vie at the Hotel Waah- Bowe Ok free Asia," the former dth
year has been a year of ington in Colon before serving ingtoned sad
draft calls. a the Hotel Tivol as assistant that ltat ologl be-
': TB. atinal Sle I head waiter for many years b try's fore s an tween Communist Chlai nd P
Ie national celedt *Sm fore his reiement.', effort to a mocratic India, Bowles v'" o a lou
t tbt the nm- 4of C oart 1F. Wallace Lodge, hefree iI t i beolevf r
t draftees is dependt Order Of BEster;,and M om- Owr l not go Co "
i number og oloateem. Ig tar Loge. N cer t g n
1IfeIdated that the amber Funeral Ier=ab twll -ueld *e e
students to be called it St. PauP Chuch, Panama,,
may be increased tomorrow as 4. p. m, and int- .L T --aL.-
"^ months. I m nt to e P sen power To ".ens "f
theUietlon of after at the Anaft Ced- Ehr Tt
ae rpecal attention to He s r b his wife,. ,
that upito deferment Viaginia, antwor thers, Ben-
blet raft boards laminn, who MuiqA n I Panama
to call students and Percy. Iare dent of Bar- N y U IIy a .
agy eee bados. R*g

P n am a ine. .7tis, y-p .a gn ivn V e
Panam a I0 in 9a Saili WASHINrtoN, Oct. Is (CP) Tt Interior Deputmiit n i
1Ia 1110 LiII S' 11 I S President Btoenhower issued pended st emptoHN last vw "llnr
0 a tough loyalty-security order day jr .=tf reasons TheI high.
^ ---- o ,,. ,.,i" "' yaperday givo gi government uel dI dr a eI la Iw .
i y-uve paengers for thing this welk will be S pm. in- ele e power;to fire any serm-l r M official S I u a
wye who refuses to answer solute dlacretlbn" ato n
Zone were scheduled to steaL ofthie l ~ l ~~rsional committee ques-PlrleSgl -the L"ter.t 1 clal ce
*_om New York this after- Ing hour. tius on grounds of possible tloarleerity. Eisenhower's or- review
on the Panama liner An- There are only 44 passengers slSf-incriminatlon. der, effect, broadend the dIum
according to the advance booked on the Cristobal. The Atty Gen Herbert Brownell 19lO 'I T0Itht
ger list received at Balboa complete advance passenger list r. Immediately made clear that a on IMa
hts. follows: it was aimed at lopping off the PalIdent's ordep.aAs an
amaliner ling Mr and Mrs. drge W. A- federal payroll Communists and to. .the.. l ayLga-
Sew York two days late cock; Mrs. ZAHN* -.lydenburgh; mmunist wymiathizers with h lm .dwta
gek because of the holiday Mr. and Mrs. Crl J. Browne 'heir capacity for espionage, rid l -. '
Monday. The ship will ar- and two chlMreb; Miss M. L. otbtruction and sedition." oTe or fl .t^.
iext Wednesday and will Burghardt; Captain Clarence M. ' t
saturday, instead of Friday, Chamblls R L.Deakins Brownell also disclosed he will lY~ bert
the return voyage. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore. En- usk Congress In Januady to give .-nrt.g thP
complete advance passen- glebright; Min Henrietta A. him power to compel balky wit- nh for de5:
ist for the Canal Zone fol- Estick and Mr. and Mrs. Allen nesses to testify before congres- -iBS the l adv on T -
n R.. Robert .Iln sFlinonal committees. Such witneg- t 'e., ,oatf na
..iand Mra. Robert H. Ash- se would he granted immunity a-ted
.and two children; Salim Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Hover- from prosecution. but would o1n t'#
STom F. Baclteri; Mr. ter: Mr. and Mrs. ames Martin have to answer all questions or t i
SJerome Barras; Frank Hunter; Mrs. Margaret Mac- face contempt action. o it
o; Mrs. Margaret Ca- Murray; the Rev. rlank McClu- Bisenhower issued the loyalty t 3B
William R. Carlin: ker; Mrs. Ellabetb MbHugh; order as en. Joheph R. Mc- f
e R. Cavanaugh; Miss Mrs. Margaret McTIghe; Mr. Carthy R -Wis.) pushed an In-
S I. Clarke; Miss Mary and Mrs. Mlut.9o R. Murphy; vestigatlon into security leaks
I ; Roy C. Currie; Miss The Rev. Edward J. Nester; Mrs. and possible espionage at the w .
DlOregorio; David Dun- Florence H Noggle and Mr. and Fort Manmouth, N. a., Army
A_ d Mis Marion Eagan. Mrs. John loa. radar center At least noowit-
;a nd Mrs Edward P. Filo Mr. andrt dP e ness has red t testifs but
| rtwo children; Mrs. Olga The Rev. ab B. rince he already had feenlrd a .
Miss Dora Ginsburg; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. nry F. Rellly; security risk
ta. Francis J. Harrington; The Rev. Jullan C. Ruckl; Miss However, Brownell said the -
IAce Heena; Charles J. Dorothy Vetter; Mr. and Mrs. order was drafted before the I' (S TT.1
i; Mss Nora Joseph; Miss Walter A. WPn; Mr. and Mrs. Fort Monmouth inuiry was be- A
anduatsch; Mr. and Mrs. .James? dtagqh P'D al n d had no c3nwt
3. Krause; Norberto kL t (et anRflCH( I-nlLC S
M5r. and Mrs. William E.
And three children and iI
Mrs. Edward J. Mcel-
two children. ''
Olga Mackey: Henry K.
: Lgnard N. Martin;
D.oroty I. May; Robert A.
; Mrs. George M, Pea-
Brian Pendleton; Walter
; William H. Rinke
Diua O. de Rowinuki.
Saunder;s: Otto Sole-
Marie Arias Smith; MIm"
L. Topley; Miss Flora Va-
Ruth Verner; The Rev. '
A Welch; Mis thal
ir; ss Anne E. Willsn I
and Mrs. C. D. Williams,

l9eanora Wood and Mrs.
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a liner Cristobal
aived from New York
Ob morning will sail this
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It was announced
day and hour of
bee changed this
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NAM from 2bciWA. Work@ I
ded fram New Clevland, bya.nted by. Go.
dLaur seb to t vacancy
te o Its Orr (righl. te wife, Je ephine. b1
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