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red ve before teit her
Fas dpping her casu.
*jeam. said Mrs.
to be "half
aid she told him ahe-"bmsua
. wbqh* the 0,000 is aU d
she' wihes it would I1
BsRRIN, Oat. 17 (UP) The
anti Communist "Informatlon
Bureau West" reported today
that Soviet secret police hav
arrested 11 Russian Mig )Je
fighter pilots and "a great num
her" of Soviet ground personnel
to frustrate a mass escape of8 o0
viet airmen to the West.
The West Berlin oranilation
which has some uramly reliable
informants inside the Soviet zone
of Germany, said the mass es
cape plot was thwaed early thi
month at the ,uan Reiso.
airfield, 80 mile foorfd- Ber-
Western Alled' mitay ntelli-
gnce sources would ~t discus
report and It could not be
firmed fronm other sources.
The "Informalove BUreau" ac-
Count of the lndent said the 11
soviet pilots wer arrested by the
Russian MVD lst es the were
about to take onf -or West Berlin
here they planned to ask for
o al asylwh.
wJ r fr enn 1wIam V.
er-for sending his oWn
obe existing dfficul-
. I ke before a large
gathering in the
a the anniversary
a revolution on
national scene, I
we have been a-
en our relations
)ples of the earth.
es and Argentina
pletelv ironed out.
iB t Dmi pleased that Presiden
SReoins with us in con
all imperialistic inter
H'nowv To prlcs'. That ios wha
atArgentina want fo
I at plesa of the earth."
ck Taxes Clics Pray On
aY' YWOOD, Oct. 17 (UP) -MiA*s un
Ie aymes' lawyer announo- uIS nSunday
today that the indebted slhg-
ba arrived at "an agreement VATICAN CIT, Oct. 17 (UP'
tn- pa with the oovern- .- Milions of Roman Catholic
W teW.ilow him to pv $6. will-offer special prayers to
t back taxes i weekly In- m dw, Mission Sunday foi
S.the 18 Cardinals. Archbishop
i" apd tlshopa who are victims ol
E- .r. DaTiid Marcus Nsd r O Communist persecu-
MS- government "will .ac-
peipt of 50 per eqt of ll churches and parishes
m' .grro weekly ear will be taken un fol
Uhi employer will visions of the Catholic
eM to the treasury." Onth. Prayers also will be of-
i I d far te thousands of mis-
It ilaid that Haym s ie who carry out their
Sore than $7,500 w work in all part
P n s present tour oft of the world.
t Umf. On his arrival at MWslon Sunday Is an annual
birMfg Tex., where he I fet decreed by Pope Plus X]
$1 the Shamrock .Ho It, 125a as prelude .to the ce-
ieWk said: "Thank OL oratlon of the feast of Christ
Si an work and support ti King. fVhlah the Church ob-
I am humbly grate serve on the last unday o
vrnment. A .October.
aovernment are in minpa.s second or third generation
.mI aes v. w maunE.* b, Amsh.lam U thl nr Li T.ohr
Non-Canal employes on the Canal Zone moa
; and groaned today at the announcement that Gr
e Hospital will charge them a flat $18.50 a day beginniq .'
" Nov. 15.
S *A civilian white-collar worker of the Army seewnEd I
Flabbergasted when he heard the new rate. "My God"
She said, "and my wife is due to have a baby soon. rf
better hit the lottery"
A woman who is a dependent of a Navy enlisted mn
cried, "It just won't pay me to get sick. Usually I'd goin
for a check-up if I felt something was wrong. But a r,
at this rate, who could afford it? 't ,
sr several indignant employes felt it was the "lpt
"but never imagined it weld be such a u'i h
charge. That's hitting below the belt."
Local raters were particularly cluldnr uta. Pam~ r UM
shocked. Sinee the information ttal rates are 1 ar a a
reieaed so mar by the CanO l room, n 8 and ~.i Or .
didn't lit any eemptions for private.
week. ... after long, diligent
hours. That wouldn't last Very
long at s orgas, would it?" MEXICO. 17 (1P) -
o proximately,00opa tsoliers
One ndinant U. -rater sai. ~ undrs o e
"Why don t they Ju t tell us orit en ga today
they don't warnt to bother with the alcmn Dam were Presiden
us and that they'd rather we go s ones o Mexic and U..
to hospitals in Panma. That, President Dwight D. Eisenhower
in effect, a what they are ac- will meet on Monday.
cprorpatly Sth 100 soldiers from
Another opined took's like t presidential ard andeI S
Panama is going tdbhave plenty men from the 3th? and 48th
of Scandal tned rpatihets cme oBattalions of Telo and Men-
November, tat errey are bivou ced near the
dam, 109 miles from Laredo on
'If they think their service is theRio Orande.
worth $1 .50 a day. they've got
anote thng com com- Before leavln their Pot,
pla one woman. wouldn'tt Radames oaxiola anOo. Le
they tn bf any other way to dro Castillo reviewed te troo
mae money? axIola is second in command ,
the presidential guard, Casn
A check revealed the following is director of the eel
rates for 8an Fernando Clinic y *ce
(one of the more modern hos- Also resent at the w was
petals In Planma) $14 a day Gen. AlbertoSalinas
for a private room, which in- director of Civil AM a
cludes the doctor' fee, and o- Mexican authoritlu are a
ther room are avallble for $12 a close check oan all
and $8 (ar include betor). civil aviation in the vtc ty a-
Santo 'bmas charges $ a day the dam up -until the d
for a Drivat room d $3 for the interview between
a room for two Dee, not in- presidents.
Man Who Claims He Sent
Ike Gifts Jailed For FrauJ
CHICAGO, Oct. 17 (UP)- A whisky to the President,
dapper confidence man with 67 one bottle of the whisk to
Salases and a six-page police on from New York las
record admitted today, he sent Levy always enclosed a -
expensive gifts to President and sonal card signed "Leon," p*E
Mrs, 'isenhower and other thorltles said.
Washington figures as a device
for cashing phony checks. The confidence man,
Joseph Levy, 56, nattily clad police record dates hack to IU,
and chain-as king fine eigars, was about to be placed on a f
pleaded guilty to a charge of FBI's "10 most wanted" criminal
usig the malls to defraud be- list last April when he was ir-
fom U. B. Judge Julius Hoff- rested a the W50 betting window
mal at Churchill Downs race track.
Federal agents said Levy ad- He was sentenced to a year
aitted sading gifts to-the and a day at Atlanta federal
a I0JaRouse, to Vice-President prison for violation of a
M dM. MAxon and several York parole. He was bo t
here at his own request to
T1by said he used the prestige gilty to all the mail
"a=a of his roelplents a cha.rgee when the chk -
% of asuhing large rubber ing spree came to light
a pain for the gifts. However, his plea was accept
pocketed the change. ed only in the cae of the Leb-
Dayton. 0, last March, It man gift malled from Chic
Wa charged, ha snt a set of Authorities said they would
lS dlisto Nixon with a greet- to seek the consent of U. 8.
card On which he wrote: torneys elsewhere to settle
beat the bos. Len." the charges ere.,
wa charged here with Officers said h
h and pipes to Sen. $12,000 in bad dMmBaa inM 4=01
N.Y, also few years .b a 4
hag So this and to checks.
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Theana a na iU rlkY
OCT 19 .19'53
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THE SUNDAY AlMEICAS
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iSolemn And Gay, Hawaiian Youngsfers
IPoint For Colorful Aloha Week Fete
Ia hillside playgrounds, along the beaches, public parks and In believe. All the colorful races of the Islands-Chinese, Japanese,
island schools, Hawaii's children are cutting costumes, trimming Filipino, Korean, Samc:t and, of course, Hawaiian-take part.
- 1 .d, -,t ,: a,...,,A r,\ oa Tt'. oll Thonuh much nf the charti of the five-nland tfe.tival in thhe nart
kahills, Uadesigningillli ani warning new anIU H UMSa. Iv at
part of getting ready for Hawaiis biggest public fiesta, Aloha
Week, the fall festival this month. As seen in the pictures below,
to some of the kids this annual entertaining for parents and
Yrtaintrs s a solemn business. To others, it's a singing, dancing
pme, a time for giggles and high ,spirits, a holiday of imake-
played by the youngsters, adults, too, let themselves go. Major
events include an international pageant, floral and lantern
parades, mass hulas, songfests and community luaus or feasts..
There's no frost on the pumpkin in tropical Hawatl..but there's
fun for all under the Harvest Moon. ,
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IOP-NOTIZED are these young bucks as they watch an expert'
Salw them how to get that certain zing into a hula. In ancient
- times the hula was considered strictly a male prerogative.
*W, l E" U WORK. literally. i what tUme Mme --lim C *r-- a
Sding as they prepare a grra hut for Aha Week. Its in a made
village where visitors will see what life was like OM awarii.
-- GIANT RELEASE!
Shows: 1:15,-2:42, 4:44, 6:46, 8:50 p.m.
Releed thru United Atists
Libertad Lamarque and Pedro Infante, in
-.LA EXTRArA PASAJERA"
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I heard it over
' 00 Kcs.
* 1230 Kcs.
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SERIOUS BUSIN BS of portraying royalty of thm ft t awallan
kingdom carries heavy responsibility. In the 6il *atot the yaun
"ing" and "Queen," with their real standlbrd.eam
HIRE'S LUCE.. .Taitfi their opennlf night anr uamaing. (left to 'stht) D Ith ?bdare, Ret, W tU 1
Worcester, Adel& Bettla, Roy GlUckenhsuI aluSuM eLs nI (satmed) Ryenme .Heht,, e Phetf e* im
Play A PMy
The Circle Theater Is t
to "Light Up -The ky"
Wednesday night this week
with their latest offering to
be presented in the Bella
Vista Room of Hotel 1 Pan-
ng to give the public
atA 'they want witt the
beat talent available, has been
director Paul E. Davis' ob-
jective since the Circle Thea-
ter began last. year.
Turning from the dramatic
impact of "Dial M" the Cr-
ole players v prepared a.
_change of pace h Moss
B art's hilarious play about a
BOUNDAiMi ma.r"Light Up The, !fky," be-
Let to iM am 2 jr as iase si. -. gins three hours before show-
S (SPIN 11. < ha-.as (ka ree ssat su.ties). j time. It is these three hours
.... ----. -- which director Carleton Fitu -
gerald (John Mayles) lovingly
n n I refers to as the "mage hours
British Build Lighter Seat =AVe"*
I pen eo the curita rises
Il -in-e t .ene t .~,~,i s .s
For Parachuting Jet Pilotsan 4. a Iby
Stcam-i t Mack nightR
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LONDON. Oct. 17 -A new off the rudder pedals and po-
:lightwelght ejection seat for jetuitlonng his legs carefully a- TherIe's y Mack (Ray
air crews has been developed against the seat, a kind of ny- ...iCk a a o'ene-pupo eo
by Brittsh designers. It weighson garter has been fitted td w v8tly. o.ves
only S Ib. (nearly half the the new seat mIkh automati- tO "nart op-
weight of the seat at preant call potluas te legs. tightly a-
In general use, and in addl-against it during ejection. e La5 wa- ln)aen
!ton it is fully automatic. As in the seat in current U e, 4w4 L Iwin) are
This means that the para- the new lightweight model tI Ow tothe
chute attached to the seat o- fired from the cabin when the n's i
pens automatically, however low plot puls a small lid w -i. '
the aircraft s flying when the his face. One second aftw Li
.seat Is fired from it, and at'seat has been ejected, a drou "
any speed. ls fired which controls thea- .. *r.
In tests with the new seat, cent of the seat Itself.
successful ejections have been; After a further delay, a I .B.i.m Zve,
made as low as 200 feet from mechanism frees the pl 'l o '1rA
the ground. harness from e emat, so thaI Is L
the parachute atom all o- t who
I The Importance of this for pens and the seat faisb clear. ls deft imed
pilots can be judged from fig- Ths time mechanm is t- t
urea recently released In the slf controlled by a baroete o t..
United States on tests made device which prevents t mese stat
with an American seat there: from falling away, ~ the para tak-
,92 per cent of ejections above chute opening Un m the Pil" ;e .-
'2.000 feet were successful, but reaches 10,000 teet
60 per cent of those below this The pilot can also w
nhght failed, manual parachte release i
I The new seat has been dev- If the ejection st sade below
eloped as a private venture by 10,000 feet, the whole peratin .
the Martin Baker company is virtually istant aneo, thus
,iploneers of the ejector seat) getting the pars ute Open-
and will be in production most Immediately aer -
shortly in expectation of orders tion and bringing the plot
ifron the Serlvces. safely to darth, vbther ho Is
Designers have used all theirconscious or not.
Ingenuity in this latest exam-i ___
.ple of the aviation adage'
*Isimplicate and add more light-
ness' -a phrase which Is par-
ticularly pressing in these days
of near sonic, high-flying air-!
craft, when the pilot needs
more and more weighty special-
ized equipment if his job is to
be done efficiently and safely.
There are several major
changes between the new light-
weight seat and the earlier
One Is that its overall height
has been reduced to 40 inches,
enabling the pilot to see be-
hind him over the top of the
There Is also a combined
parachute and seat harness and
the parachute now serves as a
Weight has also been very
I coasicerably reduced by com-
bing the ejection gun. which I
fires the seat, and the guide
rails which send It out of the'
cockpit at the correct trajec- H
tory. a. W ,
Another feature designed to' Taejol,
make the pilot's job easier for of the e_.l
'him is that the stirrups and by the
thigh supports have been ell- Assuit e
Instead of having to waste
valuable Lime taking bhi feet
'oU KNOW .M & OUT t6
g baoba l_ penalty wb realimzton h bs falen 1to
.af dw of tls *
rr ba' r herf berwitth g ir= r Ii arma 8eku
t rlflbauliwfMmn""1anuaw. nit-h frs, u ien Idoatn' hauml
I*&,~ .' h
w ~4ih '
ee the flashy sh ow
(Do AS Pan
pm I. t opeunlit for at
iL -'t" credulity of in-
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Snylon r a1
e wore an or- 1
another of the b
mp white lin-
owan= will leave
Maa and .t
lIt bhLp carv Ian
i rth ve y
wims un, ma
a prone to ea
I *ttlH *itH *
e Amca4mn warhip of
ne, citedd ftr many
t gFayl In the Azorta,
he Armatrong was sunk
the War of 1812. Still
the markM of shot, the
day to at the United
Naval, Academy, Anna-
figurehead of the clip-
maid MeKay, a statue
famous shipbuilder who
her ut, remained un-
.sea gpoies tf the ship
a .wa worshlped by a
ive fran tribe which
the figurhead from the
of th ship in the 1870's
a p in a museum
town, it came home to
Irueks was attached
in tbe gau Ms Naeleual
ffletated ut the stbit ring ere-
*ute under the direction ef Miss Lil Boss
con- white satiL, with an overdress
Se to loa nt ae oated with tt-
Jfleaves piqued in atin.
Cihrbt. a the floor length
u awit n t ehded in a ca-
J 'th troIn. a cor-
a ( blbdums held
S 61u of nylon
pl&A. .and she ear.-
boilguel of IMeAof the
t u Riesrdo Cucalon, aster'
S bride, served as matroh
dt hboor and wo, e a street
fq. iak dram of white pique
ilfghted with collar and
Accents of heavy eer
with a td tell, white -
NEW YORK, Ot. 18 -(UP)
WiUliam Oaunt's15- Intro-
ducton to P bqi a ent
SeOiir r1pr _i ; the
charm of an e t causerie
into which an inag"" of the
mater's work s strewn as as-
ially as if it were an pceident-
al bon mot and not the result
of a painstaking analysis.
It Is actually a short bio-
graphy of Renoir copmposed of
a number of scenes from the
life of this great artlrt'n.wh h
anecdotes are inteoveen with
clear, precise and pertinent ob-
It Is a pleamse to read a
book on art that I not writ-
ten In the hackneyed, technical
language of modern art criti-
clam, but in a vivid, direct.
simple way. A few. ie from
the last paiagrih' in which
Gaunt sums up te art of Re-
nor will give the reader an
opportunity to sample the love-
liness of this style.
"Palttini for him was es-I
setiau na old ,ndipraft, a&
sorl in an "y atheUc 1
puub4 where 'the' lr work
'.t hand th"at; efor
s' as he llkill-
WS?--'^^, S*.-4--- ,
t rtUs as
h" L a beau-
furniture. With went
the task of depicting the beau-
ty of life and preeminently the
beauty of women..."
Another exquisite Phaidon
book has 89 reproductions of
elected paintings by Rem-
brandt. Tancred Borenlus' 16-
Ie introduction Is divided into
parts. In the trst, the
author anars the art. of
Rebaprandt agaMst r e art his-
or backgroun.d-4h Eur.o-
,eI baroque of ttL .M' oen-
m ton the seco., be flus-
r with a jeM examples
principal stage of
r's artistic evolution.
order to dispel the- r-
Sbelief that Rembrandt
*oreplus diheonst r at .
Sth* treat Duteh-
$ g mlrant ahleWnfluet nce
randt, Whost 0 vet
radiation in order to be better *
able to revolutlonime and to
Develop It. It is this cleansing.
strengthening and developing of
he tradition through uninter-
rupted revolutions that has giv-
6n European art Its dynamic
lower and its formidable con-
inuity. Rembrandt von Rijn
ome of Europe's greatest sons,' I.A 7 / B
was also one of It most ener-
getlc revolutionaries in the s# rv- O.a
ce of its great tradition.
-Paul Mocsanyli . :
From the perfect Lemon Fork
the Cake or Pie Serving Knife
every piece is sure to delight her,
Christmas day and ftreor.
See this fine solid silver by TOWLI
in our windows- and in our Gift
Bar. You will gp~ndl~ss-dea
for' ideal giving. Mqke wtir M M
her pattern-the rebheait V,
We will gift-wrap and
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tain to study, cpy and- a
p his own purposes the i
of the masters who prece
. One eels hi passionate
leavour.to damw from theg
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To put m-ore "invitation" into until mixture is well blended.
/our school children's luncheon Stir in ienlui juice, mayon-
pandwiches buy several jars of naise and celery: mixwell. Turn
Ss and jellies and combine into a refrigerator jar: cover
spreads with meat, chicken, and chill. Spread on buttered.
ans and other good protein enriched bread for sandwiches.
ods. The fruit jams andjel-I Most children love cold bak-
es carry their load of vita- ed beans. Mix them with aprl-!
nins and calories and of course cot preserves and some chop-
.*dd interest to the luncheon. ped pickle along with a dash
Mary Appel, a young home of salt for a very simple, but'
-economist who hails from South very good sandwich.
Dakota, suggests these protein
and jam or jelly sandwiches. Baked Bean and apricot
;Liverwurst and Currant Jelly (Makes about 2 cups filling)
'[Makes about 1 1,3cups filling) One and one half cups drain-
ed baked beans in tomato sauce.
SOne 8-cunce package liver- 1 4 cup apricot preserves, dash
.Wrust, braunschwelger or liver of salt, 1:4 cup chopped fresh
:teese, 1'4 cup currant jelly, 2 cucumber pickle. I
F4ablespoons lemon juice, 1 ta-; In a bowl. mash beans withi
-blespoon mayonnaise, 2 table-'a fork until the mixture is'
'$poons minced celery, smooth. Gradually stir In a-
, Remove casing from liver-,pricot preserves and mixtho-
srust. In a bowl, mash liver roughly. Blend in salt and
jmusage until it is smooth.lpickle. Turn into a refriger-
dualy stir in currant jelly ator jar; cover and chill.
Are They Married Or Single ?
---Their Manners Will Tell
You can be sure they're man and wife, just seeing them tc
gether, if they follow some of the rules I've outlined here.
S When dining in a restaurant she gives her own order to th
.: waiter,,calls him back when she wants more coffee, pays moi
Sattetion to other apuples seated near them than to the ma
across the table from'her, and sneaks a'ful4lt glance at the check
: when It arrives.
S When she meets him In a public place he glances at h
'watch and tells her exactly how many minutes he has been wall
S He doesn't stop with her Iut keep right on walking whe
Sshe lingers for a moment to window shop.
He can seem to be paying attention to what she is saying
and still be watching a pretty waitress out of the corner of hi
When riding in a car there is enough space between them fo
t least one other person.
*, They can sit side by side on a bus or train and carry on s
Conversation without ever turning their heads to look directly a
;: each other.
When walking together one or the other is just a little ahead
S She gets in or out of an automobile without waiting for hin
H to open the door for her.
He lights a cigaret, puts the package and matches back It
. hUis pocket and the moment they are stowed awav, she asks for
L" She Is doing a lot of talking and he is doing very little Ils-
She stops to pick him up in a car and even though she is
still sitting at the wheel, he starts opening the door on the driv-
. It's easy to tell whether or not a man and woman are hus-
f Land and wife. especially if you are married yourself.
Fa t fas ies ena o sm l skirt legths u-t t be : adndtSAm
slightly longer than a the rter Io it e r r S m eG
peeled to reeb h Is by printn but thee will t kbe S .n. mb
drastically shor PMa Bdarin does a verer of the-rewt Jea Inb
eveailag ensemble ft) In ink, mauve and use hreeade. wArith wi de 'g -a"'
Bedlee top s oUtisrld with fli s of pale mauve ehlL. flunos mnaH kbr e velva
colored jersey (left eater) by Jen Fates ha p ft t the Sg reM and bee m ade
By ROSETTE HAROkOVE shaped with ftilneasr. rta.ln new look through fabrieas. gown~, ralmaid 'itas lopa r d
NEA Staff Correapondent In everything but the ItlballnThese include "rocky .Tweds," with bl6ide tul. \
gowns. heavy mohair and brushed wools, -.
PARIS-(NEA)- Now that the Because of the over and woolens tt imitate leo- The ankle vn
going controversy over hen- henines-, ti ~ reap- pard, zebra and tiger fur. gown with toe Ctt
ies has subsided to a mere pearance o I Jrlne dress The fur lining is back. The i far more
pest In a teacup,. It's time in the cellea 11tps of Bal- oasual wrist-lenh unfitted lon ve-ulon for iiy
take a look at the silgh f- main, De se' have coat is shown at Schlaparall very formal occtO
nt changes in the silhouette. one almost col- with InexpensiVe far Ung.Th M
The emphasis is on the top elections also e chltops a suit. Dior lines aspread- th l a nm-
If of' the figure. Shoulders little b k i h t h aig coat of wbite-and-gold rib- li, WW
every collection are widened touch ta bly Pa- bed wool with mink and Caa-
d rounded.. Bosomllne Is high rialan. ':tlUo at Lanvin lines jackets Wintn coUae the
d stressed, diaphragm Is flat- r (oats S beqn soL with the ever-flattoring ermine .be"i ntr
led and the waistline has import.' a Deses use black aeal.
tural, ..rml$ look tharpnot en u is aeko Impermta trint
angled In a corset. Rather, e l, 've Ast much serves tucked i lM
is shaped and bo ed for' their width, W" fllnee ueats, collars and sula
m appearance. or day, skts not s, ent ot su, muffs of every aS n l
D straight or slightly bell-city and c coats te onee bra tops for evep g a d
? 'f/asAt Cc ter 1 oman
Does anyone in your crowd w t ..f
)r wear a waist cincher (elasticiz- v'ipo t <
ed belt, with the Intention ..of
slimming her waist? By i8M 1 ]AY T L11
~ If so, you've probably ovserv- NA Staff Correapnd
ed that this way around the
weight problem is the wrong KANSA&I.CITr,. Mo. -
Sone. Don't you agree that try- -When Eve DeMarlano
'" 'ng to take in inches by super- views on food she fre
tightnes about the waist gives The manager de food"
" the look of a sausage squeezed for a giant airline, she
in the middle?, The hour-glass ed in the techaIe of t
silhouette Is not in style, es- cooked foods and now 4
' pecally for teen-agers. the serving of three W
r Walst-clncher belts have the meal annually to alrtborn
advantages of staying put, hold- senger In ths country a
ing skirts up well,, and looking versea&
Pretty on small waists. They Miss DeMarlanb ha.d
weren't made to do a girdling freezer, in her Pity"aWr
Job or to take a tuck in a for experiment lwor
Girl's flesh. If you're keen on the das ;before the ap
this type of belt-and many was a. and-,
girls seem to be- get one that bywo re have -
fits you with ease and doesn't major es --myadd
squeeze you. -to fe food tW
If you're on the bulky side. she at home tWi
you'll look slimmer with a non- agoto *
elastic belt that can't do any of yng al
squeezing. Get the type called aro
"contour." These belts are made Thii it
to conform to the curve of the test WI orI fUreh.
body and give you a good fit.l In ; It ow use
A belt that's tapered in cir- technique a
cumference, particularly if it's d
,wider In back than in front,l tIi
,is another good slimmer. foa
".' 0 F7oo
Soaeer rt eeznta 2owds
S. *. i .
)erVce or L. ant fTe
Leave Lathr On
F ALUC HART
:eW Bmuty JEdte
MatMal 3-D" m"t bnwe .
o the kttia but i's old taf
to u .m-actrese Wf M
0 sem mn gmee iu. -ini
lOilQEel itn a. fUlb n
Pay On ,
,tJW- ,.ifc,..,-.: *
"- d--- W__ dft (een"to.) a od lighteBr ohne f 111 Imall s C ,
sse -s-e bewa..haire. heed oa n see ar, s t brw i s ao -.
I@ .as.sely wlth sht beie evein go wnstadmin jaketpe mil. and nom a 7
SCHOOL SANDWICH SPREAD of liverwurst and currant jlly
mn enriched bread keeps up his nutrition for visor an ood od eating.
P.- PU'. 4
fci. ~ ,i+',i fii
of.'idi- rdtr io
S . . .
4c* ** T.
ON- Oct; 1-ed figure n a flooded bunk.
'tman d~.a dil.rs. .trAnmarle u "z
.. and V S. I. Stt oi tr 5 She Hollywood's wellblo kn thrill
Govl'0 Ch-le the ,tJeat of the dangers. tween divers- la rarely been
L9tC..ea *C h recorded in real ile.but it did BEYOND THIS' LACZ
e been reliably eabllad Bi, tf be Crownth
n cB-'- s~laomP if ever attack swim- water o I QlPDr. babor THE HIGH AND MIGHTY
Smenr except when they are to search: fiorde- Ernest K 0
:t'.e'W. ed-s. mL Iubht n
-,a IWa3 la n lace ot g aa dThe T a. knifed -James cn
SsAys the National eeo- Nat i jakeM but the THU POWER O f?!RITIVE
tattribes.1 of the mostare the The BA
S l. .. eHltlyvelo' s wlle*m N re.rman Vincent Peale
*' 29 t- *h Aand-er e efficiently A All THJ Br Nil WOWI
n a ar el uuaed, below lest he suf- J. Y. Coust Foredec
b red "n ib'
ikniI eve ttGattack Medi- um THE H A
menex cp whte athe et WlUs1rS utnrle e m Ernd Ms APUNA
r Mauric5 Hezrag
4w Ior rOTO BEST
,* -am rl a ,er-top mrf AruO ,
:: atur will M NO knie ders, ad-
thurch aft Wte
Thfl warboath arMr. WHqy 1d will not return e" topl. Smal i wlpany satky t olorfud Show wll
ewk mto aeieln until nextcohde
s thi Natnavlt to bel dark lea-re tb il Te WER the Or P
art come r : Mr. a t ref r
S- wht oni w S . BrPwn, e J o s e hx .ic. m. "tft 1W A H OUS e Mt Nt oA a
gt, 4ehnedu but "e U **" oe g a
..e u- w dio raMs, M. Saue T4 rs o r "
oMr. J And eronb. of th re tk ofr only Fl ,w mn d M t are enrolue
I W~a d erC a cet I n Ar "bemd r lon f mhor in4 ee aneenn classes,
ant1 rt' 0. 0. btealoyp, MIss gfeoes5teak a le rm yEe far -competition In ,vardou typea of
i t Lar. ad e is t the a c ver attangement. In addition to cut
SIm Mleaugtllanr .a h n0W, flowers, fruits and vegetables,
a Mll.$ bacrntr~~atell.' 1 w the gli of its AN I dred and exotle plants aloruth
e no, emltopa, g-roup waln be entered by each-
S. Galsas ClaQu To d a wfr' .t ow. Ma student the Heconlae. In honor
nsi i a5. Jo ts e IAntars, su i a Vaata. to pth* w, o buisuieo .r plea- re1dents o1 botl Putnama -and
AmerIcan Women's Club en leae als l "to g t a iiie. the Canal zone have learned to
SMlnd Av ac of bco or on the bottom of collect, arrange and enjoy un-
Invited ANN PURNAebn t l cu,
... 7avas arbor after the d usual native plants, flowers and
L G R,-. t .. difmfa .,sr *,' I i saur bs. e
S. be the members entr r- wla be Uetatter aby each
[ '* l sa'; w P "~ CHICKEN IWrE a 1 a ke nt horses astlll the events include: Morning
II *- here- a i Iti traeei Md ahftg Rus- C ass members; Mrs. Harr
IU disuasIlon by ax outstand A sa ollern stI In ee vicl- E thd, Cairman, Mrs. I .
peI ers ia the topto "Mw ci 4ty? t^One gunne n 8unel Zone hare learn. ret
nnLiiae -S or "aoo-' ., .d on thet bottom of collect, arr. ng and enjoy
| .:i...,llt,.( *s a E -' h-8. st ek z Mrm ae; Mrs. 0 us.
I *, ,.ea ekM s T. de IA, as. 9I u
telabo..p dplmw edm ,a GI 8 I Ma.. members fan e
,t tp to to pl avsar Sh w ria
r 8l r t hCel o H o n e s o nl M M r i nlPe .
DiABLO WE ol M31r. e Qr. re WLuld r, r e. lYM
i!. y::a, Jcve4 tth. tn ]n rs EGINNIERS CLASe8E gna do la kos, Mrs. Laurence
T im0. Ia M ,rA San. Ete net alssn
s e at ............. members: dr.iaJne OWe speius.
Ta,4r: I War1 OMaer mJ0 a Carmen De
S W14 A Jrf.n he Oams Tueday and Thauday Leon: Misss ld de Quiroso Mis
,lUc A 49 a brpardea Ifm W ChM.ala Blmmons de Vaelz. Moss
a d m e. u . V t r e i e.I HeMp s n bo n J.v a rz t hs e A
s aping wnth a di m,_ mz a M aorf ae
3--. *.--"- .z, FL..IT 'al.zc hes, Sm-, Gopy Lachand.
.'6' wayI M. ma F. A MON,.e. M rs H l n
_______ Netot a. L Iawu d, M Pa
-_.N.. .. ,,., ". M, Ted Heldenrelcb,
R Cox* Mrs. roth y
S -Room, ing-Roo. ,t Loui e Grate.
A. enD TORACL OMui
"W 'lli aNml; -- dried mhny used. bipert Tonight
i.; s "tyle anod lors Ai-$t. Luke sY
IV yL M. )anA ld Wn dwiN orian music wll
andM "AT I iTt.ER C. a= .er ofi / 'a Us of
anwhtM r 0 s- W 0: a .t o CEtnlst n ht at 6:30 in the
9 . L 0 mo w I I W a t .:0 0 a n d
,t o f .It
'AN I. group wil beerba
',. .o no ,.' A
Ameica -" ;p Cu a Chas CH
a 0 ;1f 6 1a.- .:. .l., f w a l.. .
S ..-. ..N How simple to I
: r ..other matters. Al
-' called oonh .
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RADIO REPAIR SERVICE
All parts treated for tropical climate
/ lepll l (owf -wrf
.I. .. .. .5. I
Valid for'the tnth wek of your merchandise club
Name ........................ Club No... .
Address ................ ....... ..........
VaMd only for Cabs sub- VIm 1I -
seribe4 at BALMAN, A.,
before December 24, 1S.
Behabn thih eupon for
yor offal receipt.
^ PIP PJ NP r-1 IN P- -- ---------- ---
S rerurn a biamond
That's just about what you're doing when you -.
examine your diamond through our binocular.
magnifying instrument. Then you'll see for your- -
self why wp offer
Exdth vdEly TOP IRADE DIAMONDS ,
ConvenPnt redit terms may be arrange.
IN FIVE BEAUTIFUL
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
Y BY CHECK!
saving of time and trouble if
write aO mail a check instead of
with you!.You save your time frW
lso you ran no risk of loss or theft.
where your money goes, and yowr a
Becomes a bona fide receipt.
Oem y -aIAE CHECKING ACCOUNT
ersiirmmil i -loceated branches
at any ..
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sa. Pnema. Coten David
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ell' em... When You Tef 4 thru P.A A. I-
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our office No. 57 "H" Street Panama
No. 4 Tivoll Ave. Phone 1-2291. and
CARLTON DRUO STORE
,10,069 Mel6nde Ave.-Phone 25. OQCp
Ageacfl'Itrnacional de Pubicacioaet
No. S iters Plaua Phone 2a-S1
n.:~~LJJU El-- --~- -
SSLE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS I FOR SALE
H ehold Automobil;e oe. ~.a m''101 Forrtes Cottage. One ~ile past
r. Hu phold Atomobfies 0* tOhm s >Ato9
'Husenhold o_____--- Wie AeWb AI-MI AU Santa Clara. Please. bing your Autioble, g
FO--E-- -ob d rbr an( dF! SALE.-J952 .Cadillac Hard- 20i . C. linens. Phone albaa. 2-181. y At 6
TF'--#""e;rc''Ser e/ l efrigerator. t op coup, like new.rdo. 242 'nylon BwC I
-Vlear c berei retrgerao top coupe like new, rado.n n DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. WILLIAMSP SoPt Clara B1ach Cot-
p uce ,ork eL.-ter cn wDab coeot Tr,. -e.i, 'oo a CentralW Avenue i"K" street. WLIItages. Large. comfortable, modem.
EO cycles tecr to D.ablo iun..l FOR SALE:-Buick Super 47. four Corner telephone 2-3479.. Panoma. near beach. Balboo-3050 excpt
theWlMore Ce.Tfol Aernue Nc 6 door sedan. in excellent mechanic- --wekends. *
Phone ly condition. Duty paid. FPe oely See page 56 of Lfe" magazine. is-San
FOR CALE.--Poce'ion electic ret- $750.00. Seol y Hunnl. S. sue at Oct. 5 and admire the great GeamliCh Santa Clon nchqet-
riguAtaJ .EghoE -- i--u leth St. Central Ave. Tel. 90. "Cer-na-- waich. MOM Electrica I pbo641 go stoves,
it. 25 c,ce .. i,,.:ri .c e Colon._ FOR SALE Gamboe s 4-567. Ped gul- a. I
tia4 bl.~na.. P, ,ci. rs ,eer., or,,
losetsb Te, ~~' FOR SALE-'952 Buick Riviera two- FORIc O L ensiden S r -lntaE
FOR SALL--C. -C ii h,.:.,r .- .ie one Priced for quick sole. can be ieO Panoma 3-187. CiBi-1673.
n radio lM.nr.og ooh., c, .me tnanced -House No. 64 12 St., FOR SALE: New beoutifuln Pan A
dinette .el, Ik rne*.. Mue. j4. Son Fran Froc,c0. Amer-can trumpet. permanent l
B,. o FOR SALE:-'47 Buick. four doer, brass, slsr fnish'ng. eBrg in, 5 in P OOL n CamprAn n i it
FOR Ip.eE --i ece& e. 4rWand Special, duty paid. For oti t$72S.- dollars. 124-C, New Cristibl, uOor,,aw llloblp q .m
Rata set. 0 e:. h on, 00. A real berin. S .- anytime or m Cater h a.
d~nng set glas to. sece ma nict S. A. 16th. S. Centrel Ave. FOR SALE:-Large two story seven FOR RENT.
hoOcrly betaroom glass tops Beou-- Tel. 00, Celon. room Dool House, ten electric lights.
Sty Ket mostress foam rubber p.l- FOR SALE:-1948 Ford Sedan V-8 completely furnished. See at 133 H
Slows 9 piece mahogany miaon Radido. Plashc Upholstery. New Rdge Road. Balboa Heights. Bal- ..
bamboo Ikrge reir~geroror 2. Poini 1ob. Good Tire, boa 2-1463. FOR RENT: Chalt, rjUl"t built, *
cycb)-. ..li, at.: delroo & clock beautiful furnished. Prefetr ly for-
Whtc'i r ,,..brg m, t3ble model FOR SALE- 1946 Ford Tudor. FOR SALE.--,llmon Minx Cdnvert- dutiful furnid. fr-
,te d el r .rr.moler. olecircl -yl Excellent condition. Very ible 1852. Duty Paid, 4 kc. living- eOn couple or resonible rsons
Scotfe'd peio.o, r /Icr,Ors. lamc clean., economical, contact H. Jury .oom set iSimmons). Twin Holly- without children. Telephone 3 83
carpets nco.,her odd.s and eorl 2-137o Curundu. weekdays, after wood Beds IS.mnonsi. "Speed or 2-2948. '
carpets hoano eupher os aln e. 4 p .n. Phone 83-5271. Queen" wahing machine 60 cycle, FOR RENT:-Furnished 2 bedroom
of hosehoHa eau.pme0nt. All 'F e S. _---c_-_- et of child's books and child's chalet. No. 4, 32nd street.-
ceilent conoa..on House Li,'.j3 FOR SALE -Che.rolet coupe. 1938 dictionary 6 rr -old Geldf.n-Brrdle. -*
Cabli-He ihrs. Ancon for $10000. Phone 2-1803 even- Blanket and Saddle. Coll82-285 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom chletl
JR SI iE-n-o tet, 6 p7eids Ihgs. 5 30 to 7 00 during oftie hours or see ot 2014 maid's-room and bolthrem anb Ie
R SALE -bomboo set o pie. __--------- dring fie hour n seen entrance to QM 6elf Club in h
lKelhinomor retigeator, Apex cur-c -G. Curundu. C. Z. after p.m. No. 299 First Street, opslte s ide
i motc wahahng machine go; sIo.e POR SALE-1949 I.ick Convertible. FOR SALE.-Bcby buggy and mat- after San Fernondo Clinic.
4-burner. Tao,.par, beoak.ast .ei c. ul'y reconditioned. Like nw. See tress Excellent condition, $10.00. '
pieces. Couch ao oed. Apply 90. r it and buy it.*Smoot y Hunnicutt Tel 3-2940. Colle "C" No. 55. FOR RENT.--Furnished halet of 311
I li St. Apr. 4 Colon S. A. 16th. St. Central Ave. Tel. El Cangrelo. bedrooms. Via Espofia 202. Phone
- -- 8_00. Colen. -----------------_ 3-4v37.
UR I.E: II Venetian blinds 00. Col n. FOR SALE:-Caschund puppies. Tel. FR RNT-4ern c t, 2
-for temily'eportment, typ '217. IOR SAL:-1944 Ford four 4 3-1816. eonoma. FOR RENT.--odern chalet, 2. 0 CT0 Ei
44 es gold band crystal. Swed- excellent transpeetie fee ay rooms, maid's room, hrt we. .
ish lktll & liquor glasses. Phone ervuema. Eay t ler FOR SALE.-Air conditioner brand installation, at La Carrosquilla. over-
2-.27. House 0590-D,. Ancon. an am buy. Smeer y Iankuatt new RCA ',2 H.P. Never used rea- looking Panama Golf Club. 5100.
.F E ..L, -- -0. 5. A. Ith. St. Can"el Ave. Tel. sonrtable. -2784. Panama. 00 monthly. M.guel Hive. Phone C PE COaI 3 I
F'- -E'--LIengroam set, 10 piece 800. Colon. FCR SALE Referator, sting- 3-4844. r l
phiRne. rorc.n bombcc. .nner-- --- 75 Clcle. 8 5 Cu. ft., with
S l u l.I-o b 2 ^0.).C FCR SA LE- Sm oIi 4 -O D eS oto h ,u'-e.< 2 5 L vcle 8 5 C u. ft.. with S PC D!oT- | s
spr ut ons n t:oure 10-5-C FDeSo
tp C Z Phorc Nal 3; e8 door Exce.le-, rondrion, inside l arge treezer. perfect condition-- FOR RE NT
JAIEi. ut.h P|rpne -R.7 Complete sweet of Venetion' Blind .. .
SAtE -Mahogjny couch bac -- for 4 family type quarters-Phone Ap t R-
complete with couch cOrer andi -4-231. .. I
S omhior n. omplee I..n .zse bed FOR SALE -1948 Chevrolet Club -.-- ATTENTION I. build r .
W9 moitess Three reed port- Coupe. sear caters and radio ex- Position Offerd t 'TbI
Cab re A eenrcondition -5420 B. Endi.hat. Oelfer '
,oSe w^e'I Position Offered bRepo.ho m.r-lltelIlll... ".
Calabash Si Balbo.a. Coil ofer. ci St Daoblo _POSITIONS AVAILABLE: For 50
Ssix p. m. Saturday and all day FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrlet 2-door word per minute or better typists Mode Co T
Sunday Coupe. now seat covers point like and teletype operators. English AodeM 1 *
FOR SALE.-) cu it Cold-oot reftrg- new. Sld for only $1.245.00. If spelling a must qualification. Write rorurt a4 s' OC d
errtorr comDplIely oerhauled you see it you'll like it. Smoot y qualificotons and reefrences for 8061, 1t w Colon.T-
575 00. Call Loc.oa 340.4 Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. Control appointment to Moanger, Box 673, phone 1
Ave. Tel. 800. Colon. Ancon, C. C ZFOR RET ni ,, '
S Ol SALE ''ic.ilraneous furr't-ule.' O. gas stvR refn .r.-
ii dr. elghtl us tom FOR SALE -Chevrolet Coupe 1938 LESS O 4 5 rioPrs N,. ri v
l, lightly used. customFOk CR SALE --e1947y CHEVROLET 4 MiL S ,O .,. 0. l ,
*. f e. rea;orable price Ideal op- f.or $10. Fhone 2103 even- 4h S.
Crunits lor nely wedi cMuo be FOR 530 -T7s00 OT. iprmerit 2
n to e appreciated. Phone FOR SALE -- 1R8N PuONTIAC CLUB -- g Brody-Mdlrnd rl Aenue Co-
2. SALSedan S--1947at overs Good lessons. Caloil 3-3620, panama. bedroomst.o. 6, 16th Street San
ap. Olc.ce hour. 2 COUPE Rud.o Seat Covers. Good rlono. 6. | 0.
.--alngue Rel ..- PFronsco., near Roosevelt Theatre
ALE -Beautul smal draw- Prt. Ca is ,n excellent cond- WANTED ITel. 3-68, After p. m. 2- ,
custom made 2vr color lo n.E- FORD PANEL
i e, blue ,e rvet and. pnk slk CR SALE --94.7 CHEVLET 4 MiCeL neo .FO-rom f d oo
upholiv, with mACErVFCTALE rporTC4 door A| | B947 Cher 4-door p
r i cale au 4 lly. orow of the ^ onl Nw I.1 new upholstIry. i
uholT D TO ma oo Sedn Ri Nw Pnt jb. WANTED size violin-C apartment with kitchen and bath- d
ta.,. practically ne, Gaood T.,". oM,.eciani,,cory perfect. .r, O "
3i r or g.nolC rice MuGt Balboa 3408. room indeperdent, 4th St. 7040. ra t .
to br. a related Tep .hone FOR SALE 148 PONTIAC CLUB Broodway-Melendez Awmt, Co- rg--
I 011- hour,. COUPE Ru D o Seat Coar lsery. Gad j thon
N --ier.o rgord repone,-l 2- 1EExr.9l6 Pi ondtioA. e .
d4 o lra l or r O u. t e Mon- Fony A* per*o t n'0 .. "
f o ul Zonp rcfrence5. SleepC $W t at et e afor-
aed lr D rson. Un.or 2FOR SAL c -0C owe T.Jo 4ee
rlf. al c Eel,:n. Csle FOR SA'l.E -194S FORD PANEL -2 y
SFOR SALE cr SALE.-House Excellent convey l
76-II r, PINAi7 re [oiltNW ,P)
4CJ it M day .-I w ,Ch I 4-door
Ir(r V- E cc FCR ALE N; POr s TIA C 4 door Al)L IW. tl Fpaint I
ir~n S- -C bo' lnr P, D -l Hi Bcbr,,, ado. Picr.t c UP-AV W ftReo re C Qq194 CeyeL4-o
--- -~_ U-i66 other Fho:rd for imm ediate 'r-Opi ay
SAL-- .JUn dre co'" F:. rowe of tie od A w, h d l
-the --I -c dourt barn doer If ItITdobewuitky,
TED TO BUY ,SALE -1 '47 OLDSMOBILE WdI be IZAIfdha Monday at LY nt bee. boo tIo I rla .ilvem._
.--- -CLB ic:4oAE t r Plol,e, SUo, uv,W-kv. .,,' at o,--'nt"benW--6aSO.
C0 ,1 -. c ior ar-c; t eg meeting I
i aOCL- '. ... Cu a' .li o' sc GooAdLE o 'I. tls ro a es t4i'kr' of It=. Lu e' 3 aOu6
I ublJud1o1fbgh'ndfcSta.oluenl er. t,
iOPI JCO. TeleOpIC \-1 a3'F SALE -15 BUICo a that alrlipi
r~ ng U NacCal." 3 RP CLUB D Wrdodeed to b
ArCe'nidla 'ur Tivoll CCUPE ISdorcnllel Radio. Dyno- tonico r insed to In
ST'rssng ______low New Seat Coiers. Price $995. IfIIil-li teaWe rll be9tl--lt t. hea. .Vh
rBUY ta pO-I' the ork. o Id | wil wrb
a n offer to FOR SALE --CHRYSLER WINDSOR, both adultO a,.b
n. P1o panama 4 Door .eaan Leather Upholstery., j the atand- nWin ihWth iaId o
elp Wanted i,-S-W Tires This car is int,- e 1B to -To r nd i~q t duahg iimpjj- A
x client ert condilon Priced for m ine- I t nTom oeo th rcn, where th
V*NTLIO -- Cqk k gond cook ale tEveda he s understd ing of bt .N ort m ft,
streetNC AUTOS ISMAN the po~drY;'f t _. pMml as b r--i- -Je5.OO.
i..soley:EI~a~, Cere~,e s,, aCole LaoSco No 38 iBeside Coc ThaoJ -tl l i' 31 015$ o00
___.__ ______'__Cc IG Planti. Telephone 2-2616 -our h dl e f-eom.I
,th i.r o- crid responsi ble 2196f.Panamaate r -.Iff
ad or generci houseworl 'Mu. t te on-
Cdll ~U.o'lZone ro. cferences. Sleeop FOR S I 0 m he
iisoc- .~,, : o, r",o qUof-thus F O R e or
__ __ __ _FOR _ SALl 103 wIint wee
a n'oce .Iboa, La B.:a Rcad wild It e
F OR SALE -Ol.use"withcil conve- I .. .. .- ,, BETTER HURRY
Iotorcvclex; Cl'. frnac-g sea. No dealers. Call ....
S SA~O- -Im r7:. I.,_ n, .2-44411 Ancon. C. Z
A rcrl igll N- & D 1 WANTED To rent or buy house. 2
ArNo. 2, from 1 0B Sa r more oedrooms, garden, gorge,
o0 2 -. lroble location American couple, too
; P- r.- chldr.n Call Panama 3-3620. ap
SALE .-H-ouie No. 88. 40 x 3D)The
(R PCI Poe Cln -"uble lots behind school Bue"r '
%IPTOP.ICS ,o s Phone 15, Colon.r AT
F' . . . . l iI iiLO
Z0ow is the time to buy
)our new car.
Come see our bargains
Off Floor Deliveries.
*.Must clear our stock
to make room for
f (English Chewty)
;7 Automobile Row
See show wh~dow
at Fuerza y LJM
**4s ^ i.
BMepe, a a*,
-14e '1" 4 e t
It's .L. pretty efe
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), -* E ox's new nemBs process,
0i but so far as producer
P AE gtL Lullt, Is Frank Ross, is ccmtned, the
aiM aL: T. plte mdiatel offered $100,000 for
i l os _. p o- 1nd0 ndd in thre
iflLaby jMuA withthe making tm
o1Cud n writersom ndespeoron prodac-
Mr A trip ere al the Wth V i-of p he
".i A. W l manusoripe of "The re tel bother
Imw fi1s: lls" 'oS Ti hate I "lThe Don was to hand
aompl:ed BTW oata immediately offea d citation whor
dl (complete.)mo d o butthere wert a num-
-l w esth t, butia lot noattime H wartt
s ; l l uwghiters o suht thaton mpan
Aot s 1 trip hae ter tel old ,pthe
Roi pa bnA0.b was plI dus-
f .--l"sS'0.rBIn tr ofg "The Robe" t' th
tcls~s The cafer. "The atter was
iMSWpot.ed ^t* 0 *nd been made In vaon with.
e ad it looked e t e amd
be a deal, bt thalt oatl
up. RKA aglen aexprMd tter-
fo n sav t."ra esl but about that time n ow-adid
tnd he doset luo v vetoed the
Uoing dubp Rt ie ,nt'e
(Iip'pn. e ecidedt toie to
r | t o gpt the robes" ul
s` Entyextrcom.r .IMrasondbreh mand
the clouds on PAA'smatter
modern Constell-c procwThe ol
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the *^U mdrE^ ^^*^^a
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R a chbamang "twist."
yerol BBnuy Fox has
fistn ImJyale movie,
II ftMa Lft Field."
Dl=. DaileYalnd Anne
lI'ter the whole tm-
t. thl~bble of base-
ao r poo -and the
S. tinder romance and
lS, ~or mom and
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first .l tant motion pic-
rwil W p your heart as a
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Sn_ tp n o e quick
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pRAMATIC SCENES from "Rebecca," to be presented by ttj
Theater Guild at their workshop Oct. 27 through 31, Phot!'
attop of page shows (L.ts r.) Don Griffith, Ken Darg, Walter..
La Month .Doreen Dosawll, Warren Millar and Claude AYe --.
during one at the tenedly gripping moments of the play. Belowp
Warren Millar calmly pmnfles his crime to Doreen DopwLL
Tickets are on sale at oDapar's and reservationa are b
taken by Mrs. Oracelyn Johnston. who directs the play,V;
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AJRICA .. wI AIL ITS
"White Witch Doctor"
S -,2m MWr dwnfMm,
The Fight of The Year!
Brian Donlevy Ell Raines
Rod Cameron. In
"RIDE THE MAN DOWN"
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Srturo Delvalle s c
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Sun's Moon, Golden Tap
la Virtual Match-Race
1 "rhe annual renewal of the Arturo Delvalle Clas-
elo4 which is being run this year for the best three-
,.etold native thoroughbreds will be held this
a'Iqnoon at the Juan Franco race track for a purse
of $2,000 added over a distance of one mile.
race honors the memory races on the card, with Lady
ffI of the pioneers of horse Moon and Newbrldge, respective-
l also one of the first to The dividends:
roughbred breeding In ai FIRST RACE
SI I-Lady Moon $4, 3.20, 2.80
1esat race horse bred In 2-TIlln Tilln $3.80, 3.60
public to date was the re- 3-Daniel $6.80.
Royal Eagle which was SECOND RACE
ha i at Don Arturo's Stud El 1-Mingo $4.60. 2.60
uW hard by the race track. 2-Anretador $3.20.
uy Eagle climbed through First Double: (Lady Moon-
S nattive ranks and eventual- Minog) $10.00.
i:aIt d up winning against the THIRD RACE
&st Class A'" imports in Pan- I-Malaya $26.60. 3.40
Ima at his peak. 2-Sherry Time $2.20.
There are no Royal Eagle's In One-Two: (Malaya-Sherry
today's field but even Don Artu- Time) 563.
L would have been proud to FOURTH RACE
wn two such sterling fillies as 1-Merza Matru $3. 2.20, 2.20
un's Moon' and Golden Tap. 2-Amazona $2.20. 2.20
ie two favorites in today's clas- 3-Manolete $2.40.
1c. Quinlela: (Merza Matru-
According to the experts, the Amazona) 55.
ce should boll down to a vir- FIFTH RACE
I match race after the first 1-La Enea $2.60, 2.20
ve furlongs are over. Sun's 2-Redondlta $2.40.
moon has an edge in the Jockey- SIXTH RACE
lp department. She will be rid- l-Canajagua $8.20, 6.20, 3.20
n by Chilean saddle ace Jose 2-Carmela n $3.60, 3.40
ravo while Alfredo Vasquez will 3-Casa Buena $4.
guide Golden Tap. SEVENTH RACE
Sun's Moon's entrymate Bis- l-Hurlecano $4.40, 3.20
rya has a good outside chance 2-Lady Pilar $3.
cause she is easily the fastest Second Double: (Canajagua-
nimal in the race. Blas Agulrre Hurlecano) $39.
sure to get the utmost out EIGHTH RACE
If her. 1-8. Windsor $3, 2.80, 2.20
Golden Fan (Orlando Casti- 2-Newbrigbton $3.20, 2.20
,. which goes in an entry with 3-Jepperin $2.20.
lden Tap, and Marllu (Fortu- Quiniela: (Sweet Windsor-
Ii Hidalgo Jr.) round out the Newbrlgton) $7M.
Wd of five. It is also note- NINTH RACE
r0rthy that all the scheduled 1-Relampago II $12.20, 5J0, 3.20
t-rt4ra are fillies. 2-My Dear 55.20, 2.40
The secondary attraction could 3--Arkansas $2.20.
rm out to be the thriller-of- One-Two: Relampago II-My
ft-month because it is a virtual Dear) $6M.. .
l tilation race for the Golden TENTH RACE
bllee Classic. Entries for the l-Newbridge $5.80, 2.80, 2.60
O.000 added Nov. 3 big race 2-Florera $3, 2.60.
e tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 3-Porter's Star $3.
winner of today's Class "B"
en furlong sub-feature will be
ost a certainty to get into
he big event. i
N'esterdav Relampago TI. un-
fkr P hustling ride by Orlando Junior College
;atillo. chased pacesetting My
)ear all the way to the home-l I
4Letch then outlasted the lat- A
nd Arkansas in a thrilling CHS -0
tomestretch battle to win by
ailf a length in the featured
150 seven furlong Class "C and
)" sprint The usually downtrodden and
My Dear held on to take sec- undermanned Junior Col lege
,rel money and Arkansas was football squad got off on the
bird. Arkansas made a strong right foot in the 1953 Canal Zone
nove turning for home and got Intercollegiate Foobtall Cham-
Sthe leaders but hung when plonhip by whipping Cristobal
utuder pressure. High School's Tigers 7-0 Friday
bf the others In the seven night at the Balboa Stadium.
he 'field. only Rathlin Light The deciding factor was the
prominent at any stage. preision-lke performances of
tapromined pary while Pi he perfect brother combina-
i and Pin Pon wee co- tion of Ray and Will Nickisher.
p II and Pin Pon were comr- The two brothers made most
lately outrun. of the important plays that
phe Stud Cococha's horse paid enabled them to get In position
juicy dividend of $12.20 to for the game's lone teohdown.
I and in the one-two combi- One brother went over for the
tn with My Dear returned TD while the other kicked the
.80. conversion for the extra point.
The biggest upset of the day The Tigers played valiantly
ey registered in the third race despite the loss of several of
Wr alaya took advantage of their key players to injuries
mutuels choice Sherry sustained in practice. The
stumbling to return $26.- standout among the Cristobal
iq. win ducPt. players was Tommy Hughes.
-- v se Bravo was the
rider to score more thanma n lu
ce. He won the first and last nama Mar ub
uan Franco Tips
on Grau (e) Fuego (e)
oisa Chila Sandra
G. Tap (e) Sun's Moon (e)
ale Face Lady 'Martha
allow Me n Diseevery
empo Henry Lee
ambist Black Sambo
hingri Great Game
Dinner Next Friday
The Panama Marlin Club's
1953 dinner will be held at the
Union Club in Panama City
Friday, Oct. 23 beginning at
Tickets will cost $3 per per-
son and can be obtained from
the following club members:
Mrs. Jean Spencer. Pedro
Miguel, Tel. 4-619; Theodore
Sehmidt, Balboa, Tel. 2-3019;
and Martin Nickel, Cristobal,
INCREDIBLY LOW RATES!
MIAMI PANAMA- ECUADOR!
^ (AEROVIAS ECUATORIANAS, C. A.)
. . . . $70.00
QUITO . . . . 8800
GUAYAQUIL . . 80.00
S NW TORK ....... 114.00
CHCAOO .. . .. 120.0
S LAM UAN ...... 134
For mre detalls. vIt Ars's efflee TeL 3-3MU
as 1 Pern Ave. er see y a f thmft tmrav
PANAMA TOi :
AGENCIAN D R VIAJBS COLON
SPANAMA DISPATC 8ERVIC
Army, Navy Team BScoa Bri
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ALL-TIME TOP NATIVE-Royal Eagle, undoubtedly th~ best
native thoroughbred of all time. is shown In the winner's en-
closure after winning the "Clalco Naclonal'" in 1930. Abigall
Alfaro. PanamA's Ca rnval queen of that year, snd veteran
turfman Jake S. Pereira posed for this photo along with Jockey
Roque Quiroga. Royal Eagle. the only native to win among the
Juan Franco track's Class "A" Imports, was bred by D6n Artu-
ro Delvalle out at his Stud El Agulla hard by Jpian Frano.
Today. memories of the Eagle are refreshened because the
Arturo Delvalle Classic for the track's best thie-year-old
native thoroughbreds is the featured event.
Juan Franco Graded Entries
1st Race "H"
2nd Race "H"
3rd Race "E"
Jockey Wgt. COMMENT ODDS
Native 6% Fp. Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 12:45
First Race of the Double
F. Hidal. 118 .-Rates best chance' l
J. Bravo 110 -Dangerous contender 3-1
F. Rose 121 -Good recent races
J. Cado. 108 -Nothing recently.
0. Ramos 97x-Early speed only
G. San. 112 -Usually too latO
A. Via. 120 -Returns in good shape
C .Rtl 118 -Longshot possibility
Native 6 i Fgs. Prse:' $275.00 Pool closes: 1:
Second Race of the Double
0. Casti. 117 -Early pacesetter
C. Chong 107x -Nothing to recommend
E. Orte. 109x--Beat cheap field
0. San. 118 -Dangerous contender
A. Ubidla 112 -Not good enough
J. Bravo 118 -Could score In upset
A. Phillipe 117 -Hore to beat
Native 6% Fps. Purse: $75 10 Pool closes: 1:5
J. Gongo. 107x-Begging for Jockey
A. Gonza. 113x-Nothtng o indicate
R. L. Oil 110 -Not in h class
E. Sllvera 118 -Entry's only contender
O. Castle. 118 -Should score now
B. Aguirre 115 -Can win also
4tI Race 'Noa-Winners' 4 Fg.Puhre:. $M ed Peel mleu : 2:
1-Sandra R. Vas. 112 -Best early foot 3-2
2-Bondadosa A. Ycaza 105x--tlll a bit green 3-1
--sonia D A. Vas. 117 -Has shown nothing 3-1
4.-Dake Malon A. Ubidia 107 -Imprg sl8e 5-1
5 J. Cado. 105 --ary ; ` Ad 10-1
6- Dof.Chila J. GOogo. 1llx -Loi i "t poefjflty 3-1
5th Race "A. del Yalle Classic" Pause "jAM" ooel elot'5
(Added) 1 M .
1-Marllu F. Hidal.
2-(Oolden Fan 0. Castl.
3-(Golden Tap A Vas.
4-Biscaya) B. Aiuirre
5--Sun's Moon) J. Bravo
-Not good enough
-- h to finish
-Wif force pace
--Rate first chance
6th RBans Imported 41i Fgs.Puai $ 75.OO Pool closes: 3:
First Race of the Dobe
7- (In Tme
8-(D .d P
J. Reyes 114
A. Vas. 112
B. Arurre 118
R. U.Oil 105
E. Dario 114
M. Gue. 106
J. Bravo 117
, .. Orte. 118
7th h~a %eprttL 7 F ,.iLPamr IW.M Pol cloes: 4:S
Second Race of the seule
1-A. Maid F. Hidal. 112 -Mbst early foot.
2-PFollo Me I 0. Casti. 115 -Coul4 deoe Bhe
3-r-Oano r. Rose 110 -Not imuh champ .
4--New Lek B. Aguirre 118 -Could lose anos m8nr
5-Diseovfty .R. Vas. 110 -Rates good cha nce
6-FlamUaro E. Darlo 110 -Nothing recti ly .
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By FLACO .
Thdr' *seZxI~ flying another 2ll.*L.taithis makes It
two weeklMftr; gr the Schmidt B0.L' b.mt.-Wen you catch
Marlin ulbwiM b then go out the npK ak;B pgtr., son, that's
.- '. ,..'- 0
oa SChool of PAIIMFr'itQ f bangame the
q.eir X several but Dthm'lol otw apparently
didn't hans aroutd latl anbugh for any
Ind,1 nt to take a af"iW. d.j out to Chan-
'Me l1aS t you can get 'AqbL Corbina. Red
' naper, eerel., mall oUp s nd almost any
other rok he hooked in this ar. and t isnt very far
-Weioir sid. that fish are whe you find them. Earl
ea. boat the Aloats. xahb Pa a situation last
Sunday a greeinx with the above old saw. Earl
was tin he to Taboga for a.~8tiy's outing. He even
deba.ei te n .-fi ng gear along.. ,the hAp. Fortunately,
who r ur g out on a boot withoutt ikpt at least
one ard a on a poon as he was ovating around the Moro
hopitr b upLa rock fish.
ainagtw h1s nirprise when the line td out and almost
Immediately a ef fllflah started J ~itag directly behind the
boat. AS-dMa all over the surroundings territory they were
able to basrlN flhi to the boat. The.amoA to thb above is,
never., amad *We- t, never go close to any Water without a
'id as '-r 0
'PTheanam Marlki Club's dinner tosalrdpi rlss for their
Augut.umnamtW wll be held at the .tLn QClubj October the
23rd at ':00 .m.: Winna2And contestal. nt stn to attend.
9thb Rce s"E
A. Vas. 118 -Dista m to liking S-L
H. Ruiz lO1x-Improving otmadiy -1
J. Oongo. 10Ix-Is good roter 8-1
H. Reyes 112x-Showing Improvemegt 81-
C. Karn 115x -Should sce i- 3-1
B. Agulfre 110 -Poor rece. -1
0. San. 115 -Longshot -1
Impeted 7I p Purse: $44A wodl eeAm": 5:18
J. Jlme. lO--Could 8-Ip .1
r. Rose f SB -Rat4es If 8-
V. Castle. 118 -Returns e 101
B. Agurr 115- s "1
C. rat 112 -1at cheap feldN 15-1
0. Ramo 1iNx -a te outside cp 5-1
J. rav,7 -T es"sure 1-2
M. Aroses. Io to nTe 0-1
\ A. Vas. 18 y speed -1
0. Cast. 13 asetryptrF - l
1th bao e "B" Imported 7 P. Purse: $7NM tholel ols: 5:4
I-Valley Rver Vas. 118- atst test -1
-C..Ndr J.ravo a10 ; imp 5-1
3- A. idta 110 tso re i
4"-J. OSS Ag 114r 5I_ uj es
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Army N.wthat t1 the s.li.
the P4g a worsb d iem ts thets
5-year gridiron hitonr,,
A erowd of 21,M284 A NW
York's Polo Grounds watched
Army take a 14-7 lead over
DuB In the first half on touch-
downs, by Tonmy Bell and .1 t
prizes.ugbA.u h er r. C. W. Hummer aj: Lt tn i ed fo "
first place. The three prise offered:f o dsi d wUl be di- i
vided equally between the above thmoe., bin
We failed t eiBti6at1 7. Mahoney was-rWed the prise
for the smallest Mar lia6 ht. Jack-wont1his pL r ilth his 159,
pound ,garllI. UiMer alwon the.pMie for f first Marlifa
arughit(duoing tiM ,tialipt. qu
The fishing at Madden Dam spillwy hasa't bean so good
lately, the fish e.m to be over In the ,1lJ water. tU r
could get a afbboti down the bank or o .er blew .the. .
they are roltng a 4Wer the place We ha several, tri tke
last time out, but, flAO. didn't seem to have their hbna t
showing us a good tak.ip,, tiu*
FPshb*t along the PaOmw ay remains, about 09fi SI
STwa taI -1
sm-. 'lladosman ahn
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2 lkre .alae to eokeno hlia sRK, ct. 1%-dN A)
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cobelvoable O'MU eaw e felt about th the customary SKaII le
hAn p of t mu one and t ball .
ItD t e.o e a e1 se to weaken their oganMi- ot15 Drowns am the
"e al er nl to be .k ofi preslonal foothbal. l i
drisatro *i Ietf could be thu EW DIEf
i "soes b .ck to If Ih bhsbll Mr he W i es of it exist. nceHIS
tni r t i t, l r il e aIt tor 7 lY nd pae tt jealoueS., the r 4am ad club demon rat-
b....s..t e an.the .f la did .df supprhet ait could do the C
twta w r lrwere p, torf tilt in the elder circut :.n
0o1n of 0 r h the runner-up d i fort
e aeil a oi aw ano aos pest winters.
SttC%.oe4tending Detroit aide HM
St .f..ett t!e al kdTsg it ou ally eeOic mp, ..on -
ce nt i3?n. f sare melas to ar sa a he er ert|sn-owor threei "k
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a nr anliru" I mafet, to ytour worn, smooth tin s with
Or rr SCGi don't, Goodyear's world-frous reapping treatment
l warastaeeb r k e conomical tire tsriWe. Using only the finest
TPhe--r Ie 61. f o cg peamn bo .mf0' Goodyear quality materials, factory methods. ,-'
'Thnoe wno C"ae 6r -taWacer kc put new tre d new tire life on any smoothnT
I1h o Wfand.NsrDetroitaide p Isbl ore theietmpuntrierwre ucP
No.dIn-d..-t.wih...h e -, .e m tir See tour Good ERyear dealer. '
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fll plonkth ~iheqe~l er ha!M ot e s TeO ue er, k io Ch e To Pros' Coach
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dtl tob e K...ig.coe s ro the poaater GOOYEA PAA
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onaoronrwtht ar apin dag r et ea5 an
S 1 ', n ," te Nine hod the ball." opat d the Eampus" Ice rink; .SER IC,
to rt Maig a towo stifler supported 22-sport Itrmura1 AUTO
11r.at DOe one "ay job. en st- ofeC- d elpma copducot- (Corner of Anna Ave.i "r Ut) Teei. als, 3-235, 3-a
o nat. u.rafr eas e or In. equi ment tr. w
hethoughtwasaed prd-season practie JimFin
t,.ft"e...oom.' "WN ow. _yo. pez stepped ~o his shoes and
IMlbke that blaat" performed lke a veteran as
."' -' .... t t O the huddle. I "Lopez,' remarked som eon e, ,
ia"e eends'Handler contends "an alert !. t-,t" ga4 ,e signal,-aller, I"waa throw Into thm iater e-e sp sa c: e e
hargingd~er c ry die bl on we hat play!" I "*sr- st Connecticut, he usd oRewre (uod t fl home like mew.
t1z mth o ra liK.e.se x nuseos the dog peddle. Against Browan, P. A Cleafled. Urn ib right et
'mc t th othe ][U .e h further In the urn ha wU psing the Australian : -,
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LORDY, WHAT'LL THAT GIRL
f OURS BE NAGGING US FOR NEXT?
ow She Wants To Go Gadding All Over South America
If You Please, While We Stay Here And Do The Work.
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Would you mind if I took a
couigo of weeks off to cruise.
say, up and aonAn tl coast of
South America? You may think
the travel bug bit me kind of
suiden-like but let me explain
how it haouened.
FIrst of tll chief don't get me
wrong, I love imy jo Writing
nevf stories is far Irom dull.
bueting Iwo gents from Look
mnalazine the other da v.as just
too much. Here's a couple nice
kiuws, one's a photuaraphet.
th'e:other a travel editor, came
he:' to %oik. they say.
F during their short sojourn
on ur si,ores besides com-
mnu ing with the natives at San
B.as, attending a state banquet
(iiyhonor of Costa Rica Pres-
ide t-elect Jose Figueresi. visit-
in./the Colon Free Zone, and
sh ping ticir time was equal-
ly divided Letween their luxuri-
ous hotel rom and the equally
luth Cabana club at El Pan-
ama. That's my idea of a dream
The kids tlo.y were photo-
gr phing in the rich tropical
setting were on their second
honeymoon. If Atlas did it- so
could Mike and Cynthia Atlas
nP, may- TI
it and of
TO TAKE A DIP OR NOT-T]
ing suits) to Look travel editor
Married only -31 days before
e: lndsome husband was ravel edLor) with Illustra-
ipped off to Korea, brown-
Ith ed cator itheci t i of tons provided by Phil arring-
hr .ith educator in theclyt ofton.
Cambridge. Mass., decided.to Zingg, Lrl(dentally who seem-
him a welcome 6me ed to know his way around, had
give mt ya e lutst finished a stint au PR man
18 moths lateralze he for the United Fruit Company
Little did she realize her good in Honduras. This Is his first
Intentions would snoxnball Into travel artie for Look.
a heavily all-expen.cs ulid- travel art,ie for Look.
Icr vaaatio, in the Caribbean. ar ington, an cam rn aa
She,'and ler Mike were "dis- charming gent came saw mud
covered" by someone in Look's
repea r c h department and Hooch
young honeymooners. (How ooch Peddh
lucky can you get?) ti
.Fo part o; their jobs is extd-
Ing; h:cpinfss, which isn't hard
for the young couple since it's
erxcctly the vway they feel about --
'Took readers will get an eye- DAWSONVIUI a Oc 1i7
fut conr. Jan. 12 when the is- (UP) John P. (hat) (Fia -
lue will feature "Cruting the die, a moon-taced moonshie~r
Odri'lbean" by Dave' Zingg sentenced to life for poisoning
:GOING HOME-Mrs. Ashton Mouton, wife of the mayor of
Lafayette, La., rides in an ambulance at New Orleans with her
twin daughters, Carolyn and Catherine. The girls, who are the
first Siamese twins to be successfully separated, are on -their
way home after a long sta' at the hospital,
IE HARD TO BUY CLOVES-Govtid Desn KoU, 84-
gtriarch of Rajkot, India, rle ov his miultiogered
sb six-fingered asts. His k top right, and Irando
nch have an 111ts 11- crd land, d a casin,
Wspoints tam 4V al, six ffaess ma the Ueft and
f- trn a a eHt =:o-
hat is the question posed by MIkd and.'CW
or Dave Zingg who looks Ifteshe ilght p
the swim of things. .
was conquered. Not only
he impressed with the .
ness of the people here, W b
the beauty of its feSma" pP e.
One in particular, ,X Pl -t
looking Noema Olme64 i
turn out to be Look's eS WJ
if all goes wll (She's ea B dA
atDagmar' if yo want 8i):
re "avrs It =w a cai, i in "'
er Fat Hardie
he Easy Way
41 persons with his product,
fell into the hands of police
today almoIt as easily as he
slipped off from prison camp
The 290-pound bootlegger
was caught by Sheriff Glen
Walace and two state offt-
cem because he was riding
around in k car which had no
license tag and was suspect-
ed of being stolen.
When the officers stopped
him m~Jk a routine check,
Sheriff allace exclaimed
"well look: who's here."
The 290-pound Hardie's face
broke into a grin and he said,
"I don't have nothing on .me
except this little pocket-
knife," and handed over the
HarB indicated he had
spent h freedom in the
White County gold mining
hui whhree he was familiar
with the country. Bu he said
he had left his hideout in-
tending to surrender.
The hefty 17fe-termer prob-
ably will be returned to the
Telfair camp In South Geor-
gia from which he walked a-
way while acting as watch-
man over bridge building
He was a trusty at the
time but Asst. Director J. B.
-HaPtcett of the State. De-
partment of Corrections said
SAtlanta, Hardie would lose
his trusty status because oe
Sheriff Wallace, who was
aided in the capture by State
Highway Patrolman Cpl. W. L.
.Reed and agent Fred oNler-
son of the Georgia Bureau of
Investigation, said be had
"heard" Hardie might'be in
the viinity but did not xet a
direct tl ,
Hasle was driving 100
Mercury on VA. Highway I
just noath of. Dawsonv
when caugt. An examinatitd
of the car showed the li-
tion wires had. been crsed
Indicating it m g t have be"a
At atb County Jar.
Hardle to talk about
the ear a a a
inaegrea f V t eo.
sta-ne5 to. 9as* ja
magainee, he predletsI
Before tk in off 1qr .Cot
Rioa each tber of 4 Lobt k
group said they would love to
come back to PWnam. to live."
Can you blame tem?
th it I. .
you 0 -" ..
Bl.Oe l i.GMANMA Mrs
mother at 13 chIll
d g nfmotber. at s, is,
tbe, i "Grandmnotber ac
Tth W The 7
eftliPi~t'; fiCble. M. wj
and to c atil of contri.
bum m akg of a bet.
ter by the National
0i t Assoclatios an
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clinaied today wen ir
ed Innocent to a
MA Ave NllR
hou r ... .
her -chI ce-3ttr done jq
in 0an -
4aad when he married the- a
She had a cbUi by each h&it- -
Then, today, she was a -
ed bn a charge of
eohabltation" result n ftr h
evidence her first h byd gae
rand ury after he cme
rm a"behind te Bamboo r
tan to find her re-wed.
It was the third such "Enoch,
Arden" case of the Korean
The situations recalled the
ballad by Tennyson in wlnlch
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tite they're in the manufacture of pottery, during a visit to
a 'ome furnishings show recently held in New York City.
BAND LEADER Lawrence Welk, champagne music maestro,
autographs latest recording for Martha Jean Daniels, dther-
wise known as "Mrs. America, 1954," at Ocean Park, Calif.
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EyVRY DOG is supposed to have his day, buttbis collie can't.
seem to get the idea across to his mistress, Roberta Locke, at
a student barbecue near the Colorado State college at Gre-
ley. Roberta:finally shared part of her iaidWich with the d6g.
LZiS EEN STAR Joan Crawford models a reversible coat of teal
atid slate wool designed for her by Helen Rose for a forth-
timning film. The turnabout coat has modified tuxedo, fiont.
Jllll ... -" '-=.ineet Pricevie, _o
MAKING UP to the boss's daughter between scenes of their latest,omvie, Dale Robertson (right) and VincentPrice viefo
the attention of lovely Dee Gee Sparks, whose father, Robert, is the producer of the picture. Dee Gee's in the film, too.
EVERYTHING'S in apple pie orderi'y
holds' up some of .the 31 specimens ih
being Nheld in New YorkUSV:;cntiA
be especially tasty to Beck, who's jlt
'th Sgt: 2 FSFeeI k4f
1Atk fro re toU
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W HETHER it's known as fall or autumn, this is the ot -aofy ar w h.i trlisJbed
their brightly-colored leaves and small boys kick. ootblll.Aadb alt tfP.A aer ss
vacant lots all over the land. It's also the season that sees gs steiajis-rith theft 'Winter-
ie your Car Now' signs. It's the time that is a favorite withi'pltbogrpber~-and4etr8 tOridts
"oUrt for a drive in the country." And, it's a reminder .th#,inter wewnthes ndt :fa or.
iThes birch( from a lend of leave YIVenrn cealryide. laner Kieag of fSpl aeld, Vt, anjy weamL efr l sna. H~N.
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?AN*MA, LI., SUNDAY, OCTOURE 15, 1563.
P A KJ.P. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 1 13.
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Mfid da 3c;
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last week. I* fact, l'-s
Guiana problem thaj Mous
wished. His effoMt to
their than&6 the ,
to plead your case there. So many
let you land.- .
In London there may be sympathy lb
Jagan from Labor Party and other or yer.
outfits who feel t technique of '
duly elected representative aswmbl
a couple of battalions of Tommies. at
modern spirit of granting Commowalth
self government as swiftly as their poBtlcal aturitl
In all the flurry about. Jaan's ouster. there has beWen ? 'rby s
a conspicuous shortage bf fats, dnap ou
plus o unsubstantated charges.
From what has filtered through to the Isthmus, it ;
seemed that Jagan's political activities have been Sit i
principally directed against the British Gulana soae champidblup i doean t nO a
mills. And if there Is one quict w y Id most s-e ---
British West Indies to get pplio y kni fed, it :.
take on the sugar barons. ktL .h i
Eocialnst Oliver Baldwin, son of the British. pre lier' thS1 W 'T S
during the 1938 abdication crisis, wa app inted h go r
enor general of one of the West Indian Island rluP O~JI manager w
about four or five years ago. Oklahoma Oit. tys i t's ap
He invited leading colored members of the corn. me al.'^57StsN QIS
unity to government House in the same wai as he dWne t han e t~o wi a
invitedd leading white members of the community, eain, h to wat
,who happened to be mainly sugar owners. .aa the t
This upset the antediluvian social mores of the Ism s i i
land to such an extent that the shocked sugar tolk o f.a uam "is i"
.promptly relayed the story hene to Britain, with some -_ -. .-
Ingenious embroidery. lo way a
By the time it reacted London, the story WMad bach 1 .aEt S .
elorBaldwin cavorting with little coloredbo tl a r l P~-
manmet calculated to ctuse Oscar Wilde to s lft -cros .
to make more room on the pinnacle of his somewhat c
specialized fame. t e r tei.r 'hai bog4
"he sugar Interests, by this and other means, con. tieral S2 o.nal
trived to run Baldwin outof the goverWrtOMlp .fve e to op
P9p It may or may not be siglificant that 3Agan
accusigers have much toa about anu ar lsad Joha nlj 5.r
na has actual or potentitI riches greater theansar g pl
vast expanses of good cattle country in the winter.
land, for instance, and mineral resources but tthe 0 Atoe for two mwo
sugar barons have long had best access to the gov. tow the % Court the
ernor's ear.. "a so 0
ulion leader or organizer ufrm a ommunlr T Ln
despite .the fact that their mother country. Britati
was for six yeamr.ruled by a Labor Party based on t e
trades union movement, and alo despite the fi
:o power again in Brtain as the Dewuorats are Wa st 5.t S
SThis doesn't matter a whit to the sug xpatla -
SSo it could possibly be asked, In view of
Sthe West Indfan sugar greras' pst perfo the
in the samt line,da could thaBritish Gaa
:to some ex a Mepthy-l_ effo te
hiefs o to rid themselves of the comfortable r. i
Jagan, who .sought t6 organize their ke-s ,,
iOn- the other hand, Were-aanb realy getting fain..
e d, Xouder q1umawks mih~t well have e eard Xropii*
other battl galn reactionary rule In the West h51
Indies. -o e s
* Jamaica's Chief Minister Bustamante, not the m$ i....i..
ialleable or pacific character ever to.have risae ou ,
the West Indian 4see, vr'tullJ y ausd Jagm 9 of1
having sold out thecas C1=i6 o,= U berty t rinue
Be chose to regard.- aa a t m the dtmou h ." -..
craticaly-eoflducted pols mua n e to *or hte *-" *1b^*^ ^ Mf l5*
country towards Comnmunism.
SBustamante with a owner and ore success
record of fighting the rih Oo a Offle than e
ijagan, has never 3foe d It oecesMry o behindt tto .
Iron Curtain for political and eU support d
In Britain and Amea tama foyan
friends who did.io-t think as did te Col l
Sometimes they may have thought his ehods ough,.
but they were in sympathy with his atma.
If Bustamante i lW perormane, there
tI assuredly much to dep ,
SAnd the initial outun ot in..
Inference 1i that Premier Winston Churchll pri-
vatelv let him I0 on facts which eayinced A A of
the rlghtnes of. the ILeve.
.a ..r were w
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From the collected poems of Samuel Greenberg.
THE EAST RIVER'S CHARM
Is this the river East I heard?-
Where the ferries, togs and sailboats.stirred
And the reaching warves from the inner land
Outstretched, like the hamless receiving hand,-
And the silvery tinge that sparkles aloud
Like brilliant white demons, which a tide has towed
From the rays of the morning sun
Which-it doth ceaselessly hine upon.
But look at the depth of the drippling tide
That dripples, reripples like locusts astride;
As the boat turns upon the silvery spread
It leaves-strange-a shadow dead.
And the very charms from the reflective river
And from the stacks of the floating boat-
There seemeth the quality ne'er to dissever
Like the ruffles from the mystified smoke.
TO A HISTORY TEACHER YET UNBORN
Will you remember our songs?
Our laughter, our games, our romances?
ie push of our good-natured throngs?
The snap and the joy of our dances?
Must the one picture y u see,'
Show us as solemn and saddened,
Demons who could not agree,
Fighters whom slaughter had maddened?
Teacher! Be taught it for us
Life was not endless disaster.
Mapy found happaine ploar '
In a pace that grew.pleasantl faster.
Dwell on our graft and our lobbies,
Speak of out woes and out wrongs,
But neglect not our jokes and our bobbies-
And try to :remember our songs.
Robers D. Abrahams.
F -NS- ~T BLOWLT
(Reprinted From The Panama
And so e wh day
I wll tear apart
A strand of the lace-work
You wove round my heart.
Lttle by little
The pattern will fade
Time heals the swar
That a man leaves a maid.
I will keen just one thread
To pull now and then
As a gentler eminder
If I m tempted again.
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t =. Ih : Ian\ to ttl n w ih t' lued to
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Snmn, thogh the Bame Ilvy
r1a1 hM pards for- Lt al g It rs th- dlfrilty
N tO Sradr st wsat a6 adit I a GumpK Oawh Water h WpiM c the
Si~Camr~rdfr. ..thl ho ri- ro B~ oeh orhuantte as Wvaler Wincmhl.-
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.t noU fled
lB der Adminls.
Iwod to describe thetr
.Lb Sh a y they're
at Ibackstage bickering
t :W; .dwer the Navy's
w-leu-flllyn speed reeo
at the Navy's planned
a cord hAro: gh Na-
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tm ud wma-. ,'The first
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night affect the elrcatimo or
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v between a reIsWn and
Is tho do' Zfreltwoen a fe-
n n9me New York rag's
v beaooe os ob oI ou
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ewnlittsm ...A Ltrldkimguilw-
y eI tan Italian defeat."
Sb a dBBa rous and
Prt .. i i Otia' aerie
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SDie _ma a stry
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be agent to Italy if the reporter
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LaMont Expedititon: 'Anyb4 "
(Pictures by john LaMont)
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How'd you like.to hop in your in an environment of constantly
car and drive Dack to your changing scenery, faces, national,
hometown in the States, visiting dishes and customs, and see how
Mexico. Guatemala, and all the you like it.
fascinating countries en route? If it doesn't completely dis-
Think it can't be done, eh? Well, tract you from what the off.
in a way you're right or may- spring are up to, or what mood
be you're 99-% wrong. For we your husband or wife Ls in, add
just drove over all but 45 of the a road that is never the same
5.000 miles between New York for ten minutes at a time.
City and Panama. This means
that about 1%- of the route is This is also a wonderful way
still impassable to family traf- to reduce. John, who was too
fic -- our family, that is. fat, lost forty pounds, and my
You've probably thought that hair, which wasn't too thick,
the Pan-American Hi g h way fell out by the handfulls.-The
through Central America is a children? They lost their front
road that only young and ad- teeth, but I believe that was
venturous bachelors could tackle, a matter of age, not expe-
It was, I guess, but John, my rience.
husband, myself, and our two ranted that this trip Is one
little boys, Rusty and Finnegan, of the most interesting in the
are here to say that now we've world, in order to make it suc-
done it, anyone can. Of course, cessfully you should have a) an
we drove a Dodge Power Wagon, unholy fear of boats or planes
with four-wheel drive and,winch, and/dr b) an insatiable curious.
w'e were prepared for the worst. ty. I used to have the former,
But by the end of the next dry but I must have dropped it over
season you can hop in the family the edge of the road as we reeled
flivver, stow the offspring a- around a hairpin turn 8,000 feet
round you and head North, up. As for the curiosity, it's
(stopping first at the bank to still with us, with 15,000 more
draw out your life savings). miles to go.
When it occurred to us to drive
Most of the roads are pretty to Buenos Aires, Argentina, by t'
good black-top and fine all- way of Panama, we were on our ,
weather. There's even some way from one New. Year's Eve
concrete. About 160 miles in party to another.
guatemala are rough all-weath- It was two years ago, just a
er, but certainly no worse than bout the stroke of midnight r
the 148 miles between Santiago when John shouted "Let's drive
de Veragups and David, in Pan- to Buenos Aires." When the *
ama. Another 250 miles are ox- horns stopped blowing a bit I
cart trails. under construction. shouted, "Let's eo."
Of this, the lohg trail between Like the people who got what
Liberia In northern Costa Rica they wished for in the fairy tale,
and the Nicaraguan border, will when we awakened January
be a beautifully graded highway first, our casual resolve was
by Aoril. stuck fast to our noses. For two
This leaves 181 miles of ox- years we pored over maps, mis-
cart trails between Arriava and sing parties, picnics, sleep and "
Tanachula in Southern Mexico. work. We read the books of those
But the Mexican Railroad runs bold explorers who'd traveled
flat cars over this route for the the Pan-American Highway. or
benefit of tourists and business parts of it. We listened to what
men with cars. It costs $30 the Pan-Ailerican Highway
.without tins. Commission had to say and to
If you ever make this trio. what our friends had to say.
you'll krnrw what I mean by They all said something differ-
"'with 1'- tins." ent.
To /get bleck. the only really At last, in desperation. we
tnu~lh store' ch that is somehow wrote to Central and South A- .
still pPcqable is between El Vol- merican mayors, and asked them ....-
can. Panama. and Corredor, polpt-blank how the road was
Costa Ric"r But you can skip to their towns. They agreed, Lunch in the only shade for milesaroand-nererh i ..
that by takin~the boat from (which was nice for a change),
Puerto Arm-ielles, in northern on these three things: the road we'd acquired a lot of equip- equipment for a total of four that shakes.your teeth loose at
Panm- to Punta Arenas, Cos- was passable in dry season only, ment. a two burner Coleman tons! ten miles an hour.
ta P` bandits had hardly bothered stove and lamp; a refrigerator, Could we get over the roads A "muddY road" is where the
Th-' way you'll also miss anyone lately, and we would be two built-in but -emo able with all that weight? We'd have ear a ila.n tp o 'the tender
the reo ly' impassable forty- most welcome when we arrived. -bunks with foamn' rubber Sat- to, because I wouldn't keep tops, and you roll out the winch
five m'ie- between Corredor That was two years ago. In tresses which open up to the en- house without it. So when it fell to travel ten miles a day.
and San J;dro del General in the meantime the roads im- tire width' of the car, a ,large off the root once in-a while, we An "ox-eart trail" is the most
So-,'.e'n C'o'ta Rica. proved, and the rest of the metal cabinet, metal lockers for just threw it back up and interesting of_ all. That's where
Well, it certainly was a fascl- bandits went back to work; we clothes and food, a radio; a jiggled on. youe and the children get our.
eatingg tri', and full of adven- had only to prepare to meet snip's clock, a geiger, counter / and walk.' For, one thing, it's
tures. Imagine being cooked up the mayors. (for prospecting for uranium), I'd always wondered what safer. Fr another,-you form the
with your family in practically First on, we kold our business. a wau can-opener, a sling shot,, travelers meant when they wrote road zrew that chops off
the same room, for seven With the money we bought a two typewriters, three camera; about "bad roads," "muddy branches growing: too low io:
months. Of course, you don't Dodge Power Wagon; we also film, medical supplies, historIes roads," "ox-cart trails," "no road anything :but an ox-cart to ps..3s
have to take seven months; you had a special body built on, it. and. geographies of. the seven- at all." Under, Yotl also fill in ,ruts, dig
could drive it in two, If you were Financially, that made us even- teen countries ahead of us... Curiosity is a wonderful thing. away the mountains Jn orer .o
in a hurry. or even in one month steven again. So we held a gi- Altogether about 1,500 pounds of I found out. A "bad road" is one make a safe turn, and in general
if you drove eight hours a day, gantic auction party and sold
five days a week. For seven everything we owned to the
months or one, If you think your highest bidders. ... .
family isn't interesting, drive Finally, January 20, 1953, we
home with them and see. -loaded up. Irin those two years
And if that isn't enough, throw between the idea and the act
.,te er e o h .. ,
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not -ihaG .s o:
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: ih6 ~a make the funniest face? The buggy in the background is obsolete in,ont Expedition kithen-dishwashn deprmen
Nicar aa. Labont Expedition Wichen--dishwasthng department.
lane, where you can whims by at
fifty miles an hou and .up and
never see, hear, or smell the
country you're suppobeo to be
But theri, think of the progress
that the road brings: to the
country. Bal#nced diets, and all
that sort of thing... I only men-
tionithis because, although tem-
poarily*,1 gypsy, I still had to
turn into an American housewife
three times a day.
Up on the border between
Panama and Costa Rica, for in-
satnce, he people were wonder-
fully kihd to us. They gave us
everything they had in the way
of food, It w delicious, too, but
It was all c z, for at this time
of the year they might as well
be surrounded by water without
a boat. So nothing goes in and"
nothing comes out. They cah't
buy anything, for they can't
take anything anywhere to sell
it. And it's not worth the trouble
The question Is: Do we stay in Puntarenas forever, or will she for neighbors to travel two days
fit? This little fishing boat took us around the only really through the mud in order to buy
impassable 45 miles in Central America. corn.
So, we ate corn: boiled,
get a lot of healthy exercise as of the Pan-American Highway fried, roasted, corn cakes, and
he car roars along behind you can still be described (like that), corn soup.
at a mile an hour. And when the Highway is comrn- Throughout the other coun-
pleted, the cougars and tapirs tries, wherever the Highway
"No road at all" means that will retreat, the cows will for- goes, the market werp amazing.
the wilderness, be it jungle or get how to get off the road and Covering several square blocks
desert, Is criss-crossed with anyone with two wheels or feet in some places, we could buy in
horse trails, cow paths, old In- will travel the pavement. Where them every kind of fresh vege-
dian trails and ,lld animal there were once dozens of ways table available In the USA and
tracks. There are only two or through the mountains, there many other kinds we'd never
three places left where the route will then be one wide, black seen before, Also, local fruits and
fresh herbs, American and im-
.ported canned goods, corn 4 '-.
flat-ea, milk (powdered, canned .
and fresh) eggs, both chicken
The m0e you tell The quite yOU and turtle, and meats, plus such
exotic things as turtle, iguana, Hey! Where's he going? Rusty and Finnegan with parakeets
and sea foods.
Not to mention the strange in Managua, Nicaragua.
and wonderful bargains in
gourds and pottery, leather and
wood; which Is where your life
Savings come in handy. It's
not that the things are ex-
n pensive, but there's so much of
We reached Panana a cou-
ple of months ago, but we plan
Vou don't have to to stay indefinitely. It'll take a
ln time to flgre out what's
Aholt it from the"thisthre
hot it fnrentheg e n here in this three-.
housetaps Sell by elIOmrUs of Lecks, Zone and
advert-ing iS Our Johnny is working, the boys
OW Cost Woofat *_8@Aare in school and I'm keeping
.e -L I'*house between a job at The Pan
section...,' e fa st-" ama American) with a reAl
est. Wr lef COc i* kitchen and four whole roon,,
"t tSomeday we'll drive on down
CUstO eriS I to the Otralts of Magellan. Aft-
er another little boat trip, that
is, between here knd Carta-
Who knows when we'll head.
!- 'or home agin. But this Is3
"- ai -' tr'~ba~'~e.2~"~p I'll ever,
take out f mny-gwn back yard
S rv o . eve k .. every 4y-. and mae it lt. Tq other day
TI, iPANAMA AMER'CANNc RMORE WANT.41a n h o A lIe mp In segot par te Panaaia
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hear him. Anyway, It wasn't New
ear's Eve. ,eroter-there always 4-.
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