The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01754
 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: AA00010883:01754
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Local 900

Incteoses Dues

tulstlive Feb. 1 1Q54 monthly "4. The present dues and per
deas agents tob Local ,06, a structure la the lowest in
tCfOC- IO wlBbe increa edW Teb' present financial
frtmtu to 52 it was announced Mpstew was granted by Na-
today c. I. officials. to Local 900 three
The Ztsutlve soard of Local wh a. Mag &s a special oB d
IM apmcd the Increase wbib p.ad wasu only oh a tempor-
wai mmoended by the No- ts r bar
oa Pre C.ien "t (L The new dues structure will
tfl aon by Local 090 will reflet Increased income to the
rut the Zone atanization an locat union permitting expand-
paW ith itA sist locals in the hex ctivities by the local.
tod Wtes which has mini- (a) Every member will realize
mtA dues payments of $2.00 per the Importance of adequately
month with $1.00 oer capital financing a program aimed at
p m t -to National OCEOC- Imaroved service locally as well
Sas nationally. Every member
The Ixecuave Board of Local will reabse the imperative m d
00 in a statement to the CIO of expanding legislative activity
immbershl) pointed ou the fol- and research to make our bar*
lowing reasozr for the increase: gaining more effective.'
'1. Present Incodme Is insuf- (b) The dues Increase will
ficnt to meet cuttent costs of ena le the union to fight more
operating the union, let alone effectively -for the Dassage by
pe9mit expansion of service to the U. 8. Congress of an ade-
Anmbers. quate retirement bill for local
rt rate employee during, the him-
-2. Increased eaSts operation pending session of Congress.
hae already fenced curtail-
menuts 4 lec,=Aa re threat-
qm fue= cur ents un- Ced T4
IHs a e Is Dnk d Ce d4
w Gains won 6W se C..O. for C I 1
loXal rate kuploye In the past
three years owt-wqag d the sue (%l C. 1....

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Milland df hlis wife er s e-
parated hr IM5, but beqpme re-
conciled a-short time later.

Sala Appeel
SWAm TINGWON. Oct. 32 (UP)-
Thiaileulture department said
t7l-hounewlves may soon be
able .to by potatoes already
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y16O 0Days
;.".W .-. "..." 'o LWa- y"wad
sfaced W. ._l_ a .. ue-eyed..
sa.l cr wismee ketch
"Pwonw "Itapd into the
;aaile lb~ma y7estrday, for its
p art ofcal snme Ma.
11,.T uign yon m*V 1an
,, t womr is
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Cecilia de emo, to
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Army Personnel

Dependents tn RP

Losing Prges

More than 100 depeadenta of
military personnel W m soon be'
eefotang notes to tun in their
At. Commisry a si Post Ex-
le =lege camr*d, it was
ITIe mo I In ormance
witr = Arile 3 of 'P. a -
U.SB. 19S6 Treaty w prohibits
the granting ofthg
to dependent who aIn Pana-
m and wh are not
Iined to duty tin z Canal
A Caribbean Comad spokes-
man said today all thfee com-
ponentk of the Armed-Services
have been notified to Withdraw
the cards from dedepalents in
the above category. "
F He said this o r d e r however
would not affect their Panama
Canal Commissary pri vilege
cards, or the status of their chl-
dren with regard to Canal Zone
S.cinoolg. -
'WWei spokesman pointed out
tiaft the matter wax eqght to
their attention a ahori am g o,
and appropriate actick allowed.

ells Tale

3n Affaire'

Dofna 0O.
gave tha
run-in Prbm
m offI- man

f Min protested
she the wfe of the
ent of Panama Nbut the
Asudeolfin swhe a. in

Sw mmr* 141 a.UIDPA au- UIPIm U
compi by Puerto ov- one Arias aiaoncg
aernor Ouerl and Luis Mufoz a qw ents later with the
Marin d.Panama Vice lrqi- p
dent Mks. Ricardo Aril. eSiMe she took hers from
O* their arrival at the afrport, the bu in Als' hand- and
she IsaK, wMB Hlie e;eplo in- stoobak until mother nine
structed iii o to r plane membqn of her jauy had pass-
through Just as he was ed tbaltub the gate before
walking thigh the gate she hnut her passport to the Im-
heard someone yell: "i1y Where migration officer for inspection.
were you bor Mrn. Remon denied, as re-
Dol Cecllia answered: "Pan- posed in Washington that she
ama," and then turned, to see w*b ,pvn "full VJ.P. treat-
that It was a U.S. l imgratlon *nt a ter the officer was
"I turned to keep on walking LadN' Panama.
and he grabbed me by tAhushaM- DofiMCecilia says she under-
der and nudged me a saying stands that the incident has
'where do you think o'ure go- been the cause of widespread
ing," Mrs. Remon s protests in the press and radio
Mrs. Reoan deuuled how (Continued on Page 6, CoL 3)

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Survey Team

Denies Check

Of Savings

Claude Seney, head of the con-
sultant firm team now on the
Isthmus conducting a wage dif-
ferential survey, today denied
that his organization was check-
ing Into the personal savings ac-
counts of Panama Canal em-
He said the firm's major In-
te aest was not In savings, but In
Seney was questioned by The
PanamA American following ru-
mors which h ad circulated in
Balboa to the effect the team
was checking postal savings de-
posits, and reports CInal em-
ployes were "ready to protest"
mat their personal rights were
being Infringed upon.
Seney said s three-man team
have talked with credit union
people on the Canal Zone in or-
der to get an estimate of the
"trends of general Indebtedness"
o0 Company employes, but "we
have not approached postal sav-
ings, or sav e of any kind."
At prese t,_e team Is trying
to discover wether Canal .one
employs' iebtedness aa h en
or declined ad how It compares
with similar circumstances l the
United States.

The firm is in the process of
preparing a report which will be
submitted to the Canal Company
and which will be used as a basis
by Congress for determining
wage differential and fringe
benefits for Pxnami Canal em-
ployes. They asu.t complete their
report by Wi. 1.

S630Toimsts '

About'A Ipassengers are
schedulSd to arve In Iobal
tomorrow 1ornig at 6 aboard
the SA.. Maadam .
It was estimated that over 400
of the passengers will visit the
Pacific side, arving here around
noo .
Th Hollas- American Line
ship will leave Crist6bal tomor-
row night at 10, to continue on
h r Carlbben cruise.

Solon T Address
Balboa Lions Club
Visiting Cgessman Donald
Jackson (R-C ) is scheduled to
address the lboa Lns Club
tonight at 6:0 at the Cotel Tl-

At Sea, Eating Turtles

smISd a ttle as he wommbered
his last oI' days at sea.
"Per flls tmoed Into a fla-
vorso mea 0oke Bt t my eyes
several .tles If ast have
ben a mmiage ,"
Bfu t was no mirage when
Le, a* American who has spent
20 years ta .Polad, atd speaks
with a thick Polish accent had
his flnt reI meal eot night at
.the hom of Capt. ad Mrs. Clin-
ton Baveiwek in BObo.
"These ueple here are mar-
vblous thnk one ot the
greatest God furnished
human beings were other human

The phosophile alr stad .
put from Long Beah. DN&CO- .
wta. Mte a ltisely tr~e of the i
Paribbeaom MMadWv exotl. Ise
hde of th paras to
he.m tk tabnlleet htanotes and
whsrite nat it trava

y IThe carefre cruiser

A=VAMe% eau e.Mn hit s m

Ago' th!I go &
with the iabbeis
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yacht club.
"Now I woald like to remain
on this good earth for a while,"
he said with a chuckle, standing
the ground. "It feels wonderful."
- Bell be forced to hang around
awhile anyway, because he's sent
to the U.S. for certain parts to
fix up his ketch.
"This will give me ample
chance to see the enchanting
panorama of Panama and sam-
? lome of the delightful beer
Ive heard about."
(Free adv. for Cerveceria).
.Leo, who spent a few years In
the Merchant Marine and was
with the, Army's 3rd Division
ug the war speaks fluent
V Caeoh, Yugoslavian and
He "language of the sea."
He said he might not be averse
to finding work here.
Meanwhile, he's seeing to it
that Boris, his mascot who Is
named after movie actor Kar-
off. leads a "better than dog's
18e." He claims his canine pet
understands Polish perfectly,
but hasn't learned to "write


Of the 14 agencies, it was be-
lieved that only possibly the Ar-
my and the Air Force would
provide funds for the hospitall-
zation of their employes.
Neither of these, however Is
on record as yet as saying that
they will have funds for such
TRe various agencies will be
requested to notify the Canal
which of their personnel will be
sponsored and to what extent. If
the agency pays full hospital
costs, the bills will be presented
directly to the agency. Payment
will then be made by the agency
at a reimbursable cost rate. The
reimbursable cost Is a developed
average cost for every patient
hospital day and Includes all
services rendered, such as opera-
ttgs a.as calaervlces

US Navy, the US Air Force, .e
Civil Aeronautics Adminms.-
tion, the Public Roads Adml*a
tratlon, the Internal Rev*ui
Office, the US Public Het
Service, the Inter-Amerileu
Geodetic Survey, the Genel
Accounting Office, the US Em-
bassy, the Institute of Inter.
American Affairs, the Depart-
ment of Agriculture, the Vet-
ans Administratlin and the il.
apartment of Justice. ..

West Has Used Up
Efforts To Woo
Russ- -Adenouer
a Wgr4 *S',LAM

.rM 0 w be made to the per- i' d 1" arn iWr hathi
sonnel are tefoowing: Dalkr w =d wAl ead the old
mte (wuich Includes subals- onIy when It renlzes Ita
tce) $8; an additional charge grab control of Western
of $2.50 to $4 will be made for p.------
rivate rooms; X-ray examina-%r A.I W *
lon of shoulder $6. or of chest He Down And WV tl
89; reduction of a simple frac- DOVER, 0.. Oct. 22 (?1-.
ture of the arm $41..25; for an Authorities studied the stattesm
uncomplicated obstetrical case a today to see if there te a law-
flat ch e of $120 will be made. against pilot's leaving the, se
This latter ee Inclues 6 days of an airplane accident.
hospltaization of mother and A light lane crashed in a Old
child a ward bed, at a nearby farm, but the Sot
For out-patient medical serV- disappeared after notifying Wle-
Ice, a charge of $3 will be made phone company officials he iM
in the District Clinics and $5in knocked down some lines.
the specialized hospital clinics.
The application of corres- 1albea 'I'ner
ponding school charges for agen-B
cy prsondel similarly affected Friday, Oct. 23
Is still under study. High LoW
The non-Canal agencies on 3:37 a.m. ........... 10:06 qTn.
the Zone are: The US Army, the 4:08 p.m. ........... 10:24 1;L.
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Lee says Dort enjoys the nea
and ~ate a fiRsheman. An
Mas asthe dog saw a shark,
be beta to brb view.
No Ao w1 would eon w
clan is am
i tPoland where theyW
amm eaia a recet letter froim
h% frtbieS' le d the vabagond
L tuahomet settle down and
.Jtl- request the red-
rs the toUbtteM e. A ews ewraphed on land becauz he
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Rates In Ward:

$8-A-Day, Pus

Civilian employes of the 14 non-Panam6 Canal agv-
cies on the Canal Zone will be assessed individual chorgo
for services at Gorgas Hospital, unless the cost of .
pitalization is borne by the employing agency, it was -
nounced today at Balboa Heights.
Earlier it was understood that such employes w
pay a flat $18.75 per day, this fee covering aol hospbd
costs, but today's announcement revealed that chA
will be assessed for each specific item of service render .
Ward rates for such employes affected will beB
per day while out-patient medical service will be $3
the District Clinics and $5 in the specialized hosp I

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Answer to Previous Puzzie' BY BRUCE BIOSSAT
S Girls and Girls W P L^I When President Eisenhower
ACO f o 0 C V mentioned Earl Warren's "mid-
A ACROSS DOWN A r L H dle-of-the-road philosophy" as /
C ACROsS DOi0 one reason he chose tohe former P
I F min.,,e !rR' ..^. u I '- California governor to be Chiof
appe ollU ,,, 'N Justice, some stout defendam of
S5F2ir]t s-l -imr."I o. AP..o PO the judiciary rose to a.usail s i
Same 4 <1 Z E PA. argument as largely beside to
S8 Flowc ,IIcI :c,,,e N point P
i girl 5 I- A. They suggested that the aim
!12 Sea eagle I. I1. 1e I . .of a Chief Justice. or any sort of
.136 Sl)ed 7 Crrn. I judge, should be to dispense jus.-
I 11 Shield .ri ic,, Si, .d Co v (coil 4d Feminine twice according to established le-
,9 iat ,n 95 0- h ; 6 1 11-:1 Al namegal principles f
L Gocatdd n 9 B I. .. ,. l: a r1cl name idor To ask a J'urist to seek a mid-
6 efatu;l- "I s I,,, I'I, 4a Geu r'f die road in such a task, they in-
lfatuton B r .. 1 deciss n hGubs f timated, would be virtually to -., _
17 Bucket l1,. .,,1" T.....r.h ,phibians ask that he find a middle course
10 Trials I I n.: ~, q ',,r' .t i49 De cuicfed between right and wrong--an
20Trials Il Irn,, r- l ^Elctfied obvious absurdity. l I IT!
'. N ciI a a us A'd 19----,h"''-.---,---:---t-e ."
2-1 h -Sh -i .i.I B Siol ht I c., a50d tli soida teBut. actually, this kind of |
Ills ni..IeG11 1: 1 Sit' '. 1 Bristlecritical thinking represents ,a66
f.s n .i : e o2 Formerlyc %ast oversimphlfying of the I
13 Sic"; r 1... 1 ici nt 55 I gle (comb. whether he be in a muniolial W
S 4 'u 1 2' 4.13 -- -L f m) court or on the Supreme Court, i
,oth muwt seek to apply the funds-
35-Fiddlih I 2 5 q 7 N mental constitutional law, the
1z I'a_. I statutes passed by Congress
3 O .ticia t and other bodies, and the
S 37 Fairy f. "common law." the ret mass
t38 Bos w of judicial rulin that Isere
4 1 C o t to n f wdaII Ia.-d e c i s i o n s .
42 Cuplike spoo, 2i l'.. pu But neither this varied body of s m set jiI
i letter III ..S2 1779 ,30 31 13Z vacuum ituLs inevitably set a-
48 Indolcrn against a particular political,

e 7 c .am. as tim passes, the background "
56 Above -So do the problems Some nest
57 Rave I problems aite not covered exactly
58E ven (-t ( by the la a has t h been writ- i
S59Burme! Jtf J ^ r tZ en. and as it has been inter- t l,
59Buspritese 4`u I 47 4 so i Si preted in the past. so
S60 Genus of The law is not a fixed thing. w
freshwater 6 Slowly, it is changed to meet theitb
ducks new problems. New common law C rim na s
61 ndo ne ,a, of 57 rulings modify the old. which Crim W, A e
Mindaa I I could not be made to apply rialotte- mt dec
62 Thin piece of a b idly. New statutes are passed by m0 aUA Hl a
*6 wTi o legislatures to narrow the lap o oVtUAR k
....... further between the law and the h w.
nation's life. 0 the fl
Right here the great questionMa 9
Srises: Does the new statute I have Just been reading some stories about and loud blasts from bleeding hearts who pity money= t
I square with the fundamental convicts having babies via artificial proc es th e I ce-pick wielder while the corpse liesa on the pr
.1-w of the federal or state cons- while locked in different cells; about the rinto ,flir. t lns i
ttution To decide this vital is- Sing death house being painted a light green The tendency in recent yeirs ha ubeen to "ek- and f ,
-. ; e again aand again, we have because it is more soothing" and out a con- plain" the crime to the criminal, and, as t t eA
tte and federal supreme sidered boost in grauion severncq pay for Baldi says. o "Justify" Its cause rather than- underTru
San df eeracl ae discharged convicts. And I have also come lately lay downi a stiff punishment as a poable acWon has
Frxcd with such a question to a series on Penology In the Saturday Everiim trepet to future crimes. and to(exIll #oift ma n.of t h
0t1rqy fall Into t P41;by a man named Dr. Fred S. Baldi, M.D.. measure of just revenge on- behalf of pr
Sehief classes -conserva iveano two has worked for 40 years in some of the depIrted. Instead we have adopted the I;
-4lte. It toughest hasIn the country. attitUde of "what. -was -the v n iini e t
TheieraDr. Baldi's series, which ran recently. is the tempt the poor man anyhow?" an "g long power knh
SJThe lib eral is eager to ac- best and most level-headed estimate of the crim- we have. to punish this poor fellow omeho, A social
commodateo chagC, ever teinal that I have come across recently, in view let's male his ron term as short and pleasit Smith, dec
read to stretch basic e of the fact that It recent ears we havb.m t as possible," 8mtSlro t
Cbto filtnew condition. The heroes of criminals and villains Of victims. r. I don't thoin It makes much differene wha oer kinls ofA
oservtive stks more J o pk toBaldl Is especially rough on the trendd" est- r, to Aeondasined criminal, 4kit his hit" we
older Interpretations, Ifeat mate all crime In terms of psychlti fl" Ine IIn u1. plated grsl 8t. to Now th
co st a n stretabinute ud Lme l the criminal. d -0" m di d I thrik that conv flictinR Rim
r dpleand T ,We're getting too soft about t ace t *6 would do so
.VAl I headed e wrtes. "Peopl re a ckhefp t flx-low eu oo eais
ltJust flatn, ", oupiishment. An o 1 loot on IFor
"II .a ar natural, borhood psychiatrist can nearly ays tu flcatk u c
bo are repre ented I -.A11 PI pa Law is about to sparsk, but Mam son to ca .mn hi spre"And kok t f tary of Defe
-phases of our life. atry can be counted on to scream, 'Don't lay If l t r obUct. 000 ,cut and
On the U.S. supreme Court, hand on that oo, misguided childl" I think nts.of the tit-tuW baby. i J. 1t out won't d4
the final guardian of our free- the effect otq blUr the Important disthcetion bur aelt were latIe marnil Its hIut isoee Wilson I
doms, it seems sensible that between rft And wrona. and it seems to en that Ulere hotud be. ngstrae
S these two viewpoints should be "I do bla e any psychiatrist who doesn't tell Ing In marr e between crooks in aI JI the m
S/held in balance, so that we arC the t %th, at crime and sanity are perfectly ci ly when se mael crook h Real tru
neither toi slowe nor too fast io combat i sire. I had a priloser whe shot outside. agrhow. Bigamy' is legal, ve w0iia
Changing the basic l to,make a storekeeper in an argument over the price of sanctfled by the warden. denly W
it embrace the niw eciifnastano- two cir. Maybe you would have to be insane In the last couple of years convicts h ves1o
S es of living. to do Atht. but he wassl't. Just mean, ." op strike, have. taken jal ais way fr=l a l by ,.
What ee io be sounder, then, I have. been shouting my lunIa out for same densr and have won out ei labor tf it to
~. than to ha*as chief Justice who years along these lineas, and earnfjigvery little Ishouldn't be surprised if. before Iams, 't VIar9ous pf
a avoids ei e rImeme,-who per- but sour stares from the soul-feelers .who can ar asking for overtime. per diem. maim of
ohsen HElyAn1anee? Justify anything in terms of early shBe-ot.keds W flvlal .a ,Th
TUNING INA HEART-JohnnyBujam's heartis being "broad- ExerS t ising bhisEhhest powers
thiouh an cleciru-phono cardiograph machine to anxious of judgment, he must cot hs hit t hs
steners. Jane Call, 9. nd members of the Ccago, III. Variety weight first on one side and thio .he -
Club. The o g.rliz 1non donated the machine lo the medical staff on the other, not in accord with ir pr
of the La flabacida Jackson Park Sanrtarnum. some sort of mathematical equa- amer,0lnh I.s
tion but as he deems it necessary
yet keep it flexible enough for "
the life of today, -e
Far from being beside the WASHINGTON-(NEA) The real nature', of states and Its delegate tO the United Nations,view
point, the argument for Warren the industrial revolution now supsed to be has succinctly surimed up Justitication for con. set
as a middle-roader may wellft sweeping Outer Mongolia is indicated by a re- tinuing the world organizatih with this argim-
proadvane to be the most signifi cent recorded Russian broadcast of the voice of meant:
advancedin sbehalf.Ulan Bator. It reports that horses are now be- "Just think of this," he said. total an-
CNTRAL ,ing used to operate the lttt l churns and cream nual expenditure of the United NI amounI
R Ald n Mter sePerate m s" to only approximately what a w war w6uld
I cInC lT Most people cap read without in- 'hgr!labor producti ityo'.sO ratiolor
terruption for six hours without of I!or Iad expenses, inctease In production GREEKS PLAN
,I suffering eye strain or fatigue, and improvement of quality."
I I Presents" according to a report by Dr. The Greeks are r.ly gOl all Out to put a
of the Smithsonian Institution. the coming Wviat of al r
'at a seminar at the Roscoe B. diplompt in Europe have coined a Quin Frederika.
Jackson Memorial Laboratory 0 namts for the general areas sid
here. He based his findlins on aIIa te Wln Qur tlt, Countries behiB4 Desorations will in blue and W flowerN r

studied during two six hour 'Olt4 tals," the way tot We
Show: 1:00 2:51 4:52 6:53 8:54 p.m. IBON-OURTM I th, pes atee to the s more eI
II be bItnl Adnee In news from GAVE UP GOLF
_iau OhmMI A WOMAN IOIN TO IISS'exiles report new Many of new C Justice al, Warren'
T tr0 ht!".A WOMA" B TO KISS!... ,/" bun **s*tllit . paradise. frie dn't know henuse to ,._
Uin a trap of clashing emotions! I plots are no longe' thusasta Igor. Thie had n.iiiiw
i o *v~ ,o bers of the l California governor f e Suirdm
DAVID ROSE I who to busy the dead. spot. Governor W-T~it geve up t" "L

DYVONNE ROCK C I a, D.e he.ame family are years. ago,. s could have more
DE CARLON HUDSON ad a, e m" ,n-

mvr aae It~ali 0
Th hand that rocked the cradle side atI
used to rule the worldr-now It gt ft Ch
7 cents on hour, ese eunRage.
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co m- nior cout met A. i.day to
j Lit yeT learn about thrt nity.
i S, t Ciy C Test The Acting ow .rt.Alk on
-time Y the officlaia Canal R.
a to sbift for II Hart gave the of the
I sad .orpbasem. At interesting Ia cistory of
n"M thWeir wl clubs thj amnal .
iW I In oiaunty W Gr- Girl Scout' I nmaqed by
i tinag Ma mlesieng- a Canal Zone *ouell, elvided
-Mnx A neatI, Into two groups.
.WD toe iF aa 7unds fftMn the
Mitfaa 1- Community il5 to fi-
W a m me. nance rl emtag In the Ca-
G leadeM ay," more nal Zone. Thie year the Chest's
Swl ed to work with overall ta-geb is $t5,000, for its
Sla th rovte, liter- 11 agencies.
kluid neIioPBt!. All ---- ,.
luaeo" ,I. lead- NEw LOWNDON, Conn. (UP) -
and, on ape- The coroner freed Mrs. Shirley
ject'Is volun- A. Hent., 23, of criminal blame
ere Wo paid tfor a fatal automobile accident
8; a. f executive after she mld she lost control
time B slteant. of her car while tending to her
over easNft z -et vo- pe' cat which became iI in the
leader a lslq laUy high seat beside her.

omihnaRanchers Harassed

Tkrelis. Harvester Ants

harvester p t, extolled by King
Allnonn!.4 s an oexfe eofeIn-=
the ..use, it ,--- .ood In
1W dol-ea agaIns aL imr need
an-bhe western United States.
T'he busy foragers have de-
naded 90,000 acres of grazing
land in wyoming's Big Horn
"itn. They nave cleaned seed
from almost half a billion acres
" they stymie reseeding ex-
Methods of controlling the
laper ants have proved In-
effctive, cays the National
4Geographlo Socity. Most
chemicals lail to kll them.
Dynamite and flooding are
equasly un WccesUuL
AHrvestn0 member of the
ant subfamily ayzmlcinae. n-
habit, arid, temet lands. In
the United States they are con-
centrated in the South and West
Parts of the Big Horn basin are
invested with as maiy as 32
col,,nies an acre, with an es-
tim ted 10,000 ants per colony.
Ltm provident farmers, har-
Vne' forage tor fallen ripe
aiss 'ued. Bach gain is car-
d back to the -nest, where the
ant rips the huAs. Chaf and
dd are dumped outside the
ng$ The kerneli s.tred In

; a, or agrlcultuarl
asra as ;.they ae often called,
kee a circular clearing seven
to lve feet in. a diameter a-
round each nest. From the clear-
ing, three w-o four, sometimes
as many a seven, paths lead
Ito grass where workers
hunt s Hd.. Harvesters search
dhuS!, at a distance !of
the radius of the
cleared aoem
SIj he Horn rp lon, bar-
ter, ..W are capped by
Noua4 f. Mnt and dirt ex-
cavated 4Mn the eubterranean
oaest, Mod measure more than
a.l igh and up to three
th, 44bH r. St. extend
stix, tentfeet Into the
,The ab vary Ip asoe. .bome of

To PF 0.Local
Danic Orchestras
Te AWAaa Araed Services
yi. rLlamr ll i attrac-
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Amertoa aud
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ths larger ones, equipped with
abrnormally large heads, act as
others of the colony. They open
the flinty seeds In their strong
Jaws. Harvesters will eagerly
devour insects but normally eat
only seeds.


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Creaclones Panama
8 p.m.... In the Patio

Something new and delightful;
Dinnlg and dancing to Fasola's
music in the oooLMlboa Rooml

A CIRCLE PLATES production
-until Sunday, Oct. 25, ina the
ELLA VISTA SALON. A rollicking
Moss Hart comedy.

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f"Will you please write some-
Lhi about the awiul pe.;sure
Siput on girls who reach their
JACO Y ON their 25th birthday minus a
husband or even an engagement
BY OSWALD JACOBY rina to get a husband-fast?"
Written for NEA Service The writer of thlat letter, who
is 27, unmarried and living at
- inome, says her mother is so
SH anxious fo: her to find a hus-
NORTH 6 band that living at home is no
6 Q 105 lonY:er much fun.
V A 96 6.? isn't going to be able to
9 *943 solve the problem of the too-
4 J 7 6 2 anxious mother. All she can do
WEST EAST is run away from it, either by
6 J 6 3 6 K 8 4 getting married or getting a job
S10 8 5 2 V J 7 3 in another place where she can
S *106 4 K 8 7 2 mke a life of her own, away
SQ 10 5 4 A 8 3 from the pressure.
SOUTH (D) Ihe second is, of course, the
6 A 9 2 beiter choice. It isn't very bright
K Q 4 for a woman to take any hus-
4 A Q J 5 band she can get, regardless of
SK 9 4 whether she really wants him
Both sides vul. j or not. It would be just to sa-
ii South West North East tisfy her mother's determina-
1 4 Pass Pass ticn that she musn't run the
2 N.T. Pass 3 N.T. Pass rishi of becoming Ian old maid.
Pass Pass So the best thing for a wom-
Opening lead-V 2 an who is under pressure to
marry, so mother can hold her
hend up among her friends
."What about this young team whose daughters are marrying
and producing grandchildren, is
: that won the national chain- to get far away from Manmp.
V 'louship this year?" people often If she sticks around home the
, ask me. "Were they good, or were pressure is bount to get her one
* they lucky?" way or tha other. Either she'll
The answer is that they were marry the first man who asks
wry good and slightly lucky- her. or she'll grow so self-con-
en a very good team has to be scious around men that she'll
S lightly lucky to win Its way to s turn into what her mother
Stne championship, but no team is afraid she'll become, ",an old
n get there on luck alone. The m.id."
Youngsters are fine players, and But if she gets away from
the ill do us credit in tnehe home she will have a chance to
Paorild championship match next be a single girl, not mother's
Year in Europe. unmarried daughter, and work
.nToday's hand was played in out, her own life as she &res fit.
te team championship by Wil-
A. Rosen. the 24-year-old clarer put up the king, winning
il dege student who won the two the trick.
ncipal events in the national There was still work to be
hemplonships. He got to a per- done. Declarer cashed the ace of
Sfebtly normal but very difficult diamonds, dropping West's ten,
nehontract in today's hand, and he led the low diamond to dummy s
i' played it with flawless technique. nine, and returned to his hand
I' (The opening bid and the re- the e- with the queen of hearts to cash
iaponse were merely exploratory the queen of diamonds. Having
bids and were not Intended totaken seven tricks, he 'got out
atuarantee real suits.) with a low club, hoping that the
West opened the deuce of opponents would have nto give
hearts, and Rosen won in his him two spade tricks.
_wn hand with the king It was East took the club trick with
oldar that he could get to dum- the ace and returned a club to
my only once or twice at mros:. West's queen. West cashed his
'ne diamond finesse wouldn't do last heart and then led a low
him much good even If It worn- snade This gave South his
ed, so Rosen led the lack of dia- choice. Should he play the ten
monds from his hand at the sec- or the queen of spades from
ond trick dummy
I This was actually no uroblec
-'t too,: t'ir II'v' nf diamondslat aU East surely had the kinz
and led anothr-r heart., dnirnvof shades. for otherwise he would
winninia with t Pce NoA Rosen have led a spade after he had
&6ued this entry tI, dummv for a-taken his asee 'of club. Hence
B it n which nne lead from rl-,ni-Rosen niaved the ten of spades;
E ,vrould.rn PonP vc.''7 in nther;from dummy and thus assuredI
S 'HM's'he If 1I a r',,b fim dum- .his contract with two spade
I. East played low. and de-,Liicks.
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MIA MI, One Way ...... $70.00 Round trip $126.00

G(UAYAQUII. One Way.. 80.00 Round trip 144.40
'MI'O TO, One Way. 86.00 Roiok- trip 154.80

Cargo rates also reduced. Consult with our office
at Perd Avenue No. 15, Telephone 3-3283 or see your
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ice and snow hazards. which will marl traffic during the winter,
snow-melting systaru are being stalled in ramps leading to the
new Boston Aerial Highway. Some 200 tons of wrought-ron pipe,
chosen because of its ability: to madst corrosion and vibratloq
damage, are used in t Q stem. Heated water and antifreeze
are circulated through te i wbhih are embedde la- cw rete.


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S.S. "LEMPA" .................................... Oct. 28
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" .................................Oct. 30
S.S. "YAQUE" ...... ............................Nov.
S.S. "C. G. TRULIN" ............................ Nov. 9

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S.8. "COMAYAGUA" .............................OL,27
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,. ivB ndi Will answer any beauty problems you
biowtoP tia wougl I'gre to ask throughout this week
a.silar t w i" ..e" "or sh drops i. in our Panama store.
So e o2 111; Arhear .0.
Ib vi~l t~ on _e.: lfee unti o- r ($) ty N.Y.) R Ittle more For individual consultation, pleasI
rehive Pn' law thest .0.. phone PanamA 2-2648 or 2-2671.
.UD=aUnd sBo mhke
afor the poref o l r'a s
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Etreets W IOs "hOr.r Yftwuheahthf.TtuIslhto h
u. et beat noon. Id, and o cuddleasat, coat about $5.00,
untilForondivdicu o .. r
ORC AnRte' n m1der. when pegp wi ork. Two new leton toes
eeInnamv th Duringe the har a. p2rpoe o
i the m si. chided: eo at is ili r, add give preut1l eis a break and
..erm 4 T heh drippfi.ts
" .hit en b4 IS deded.. onlo c tan oes. educate iIl ehild whike he lays.

for.them.y a q) .o _O t house of potfards.o*
Wal on had o been con- fitted into lots of other cards,

Usorulted. the child y aehWteted can build
ohee rdez TBr w, fanciful towers houses, ~r tmall- Two fresh, new paeern. ... m
friends a Philadelphla, Pee o. Ba ?iveattd Ie Concert three persons were kled. 5eV- City opm Villaia D. scale versions of modern sky- backed by a famous name in Smr
ino, 1dfororh rr poN e t oldn th er oee oar'tapr ,-atdYout want one of these w
"" bepesntdin o lew) all d ben o n. taelf ,l the t ruc-*we o ysihl t
a ibo UO-JW Ar ree for a e area. d trying to The other mes ela
evc ett,.BnEso e tonec e y fo h| l etfr tO s of aards adi 1 d pied.s
1 oft t. wood, and twire alsos. ahd

54 aates gotriangles, plija c6ntecjors.
J.hdoh T. r,''ef ttt carr .hgothUte ci n bosu -

tentsYbri.ge gesa. arpl)e
a to a. u t o twoa hanlookout towers. even a rnaket-
a. launching platform.
The detMgner said that. happ.-
CWly, both toys are practically Merb~mm.
Als"oewrIsamethod=ofushion s a stately pattern
'41 to, W" dAddo-1Le. o~, i t er m cup CofvatroverWlllifn TOe W MI o tofdterns
"0A Orsn noon 1efl d n]ph ""Prt. l en~t pei den iO1t )v romG4 uyilesdIOUcostilgeaout $5,00

nob*otf i totheAbeen new mehod ofk-D Ireminiscent of classic w
Use Ier t0 ew evturer c will keep it trom i E &OSl ft 2. a soep n
ir et.Y jj :- j . she I C ., 0.. o e w o .n l r lm s

rsre0 .R a 3h usohardeni- or .lumping mio es
op ne&.* Tae e di p0 g patern w eth a de hetkt -aut
wand .prde.u.Ao3 ps -d o,~. -

to W, Anbrown mlmo st. and coufec- $@gsg Place Sggil
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tH th Iu '. ecd"d. 09 eatIlala#ly..ertad .lss re ak yAnd

A ne* ngpne mroi (fernm luff*
Party 0 l.f,:roductsI Pt Cheaiter. N.Y.h can
.hn "Pt bewru.-C. thoroughly witbitnt s lyner

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Spt ao' tbe brusedrfor attmethod tofCicagro)
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R..t the edg fi.edino ,tof othe r ads.

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In all di-e nottton of ththeotruck-

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Ho.eiehold Ai-omobiles &, ,e. .. isj. e ta, gs, smwa clam. Also
_WeA___ -. . Welb Ab i All maenm S in COOL M Ca amount.
FOR SALE --1o brand riw o cu C.OR SALE: Plymouth '53 utility 20tl .- Age C. 2 1 i Phodls. SRAMPHA. lboa 1389 alp .
"f. electric Servel ref;,gsi.tOrb Station Wagon, 500 miles. Perfect ,.-Wr i carr .oker th-re.
$225. e~0 ch. Worls either on 2z Tires. Duty Paid. Like New. Phone INVESTMENTS: -Hove you flv to, C . o milept-
or 60-cycles. Refer to Diablo turn 3-1697. 9 a. m. 5 p. m. 3-2097 ten thousand dollars 'to Invet n FosteIn C1ttog.. One mile past
ture store. Central Avenue No. 8C 5 p. m. -8 p. m. a company, of good busines,,with San Clara. Plee brig your
Phesone221.(ORrA N ph.m.. .. .s. security to earn three times your in. Ph *rlboa P-I8.
Phone 2-2104. .. FOR SALE:-1939 Chevrelet 2-deer investment in a perit- if one'to WILLIAMS' Santo Clre Beach Cot- I '
FOR SALE:-New G. E. Refrigerator, Sedan excellent cendtion. 4 w five years maximum?, interested togas. Larg. comfortable, modern, .
60 cycle. Evenings Calle Dune, tires ind tube. $175.00. Col write for personal interview to Box near m" ch. Balboa 3050 except
No. 5, Apt. 3. Gulick 88.763. 4.73, Pnanma. wekl.
FOR SALE:--Westinghcuse refriger- FYOR SALE:-1947 Ford Tudor $e-,To MIAMI & NEW YORK.vl WiAEREA Pt ,.-Ocn. cmIftB Sant
ator 60 cycle. $100.00. D!trout ion. Very clean. Mechanically Boeing 4-engine pionat. One-wao lorc, a8ox 435,' B lboM. PIhone
Jewel Gas Stove $40.00. Bcth, good. Will cell equity. Phone 84- to Miami; $70.00 Roul Trip Panaora 3.1877. CrIsWbol 3-1673.
excellent conlition,. ube bd 2176 Ft. Kobbe. $126.00. One-way to N Y FOR RENT:-Grpmlis st Clara
complete, $25.00. 2 dresser 4 R SALE: 1946 Bick S n $1 14.00 Rouind-trip 21 .00. See BRRENT:---rpmaicsc bnt eCl, r
:3.00. EDSP As H tT C Se a sl ch cottages, electric boxes, .
00 qnd $3.00. Elida Apts. Hous"I Wagon, rues good. As is for o I' PANAMAVC eh a li
23 Peru Avenue, A pt. 19. A $299.00. Soot y Hunncutt S. A. teephon 2-1655.. stoves moderate rates. Call 6-44 1.
3;30p. ..... ... 16th St. Central Ave. Telephone FOR SALE O- .
fOR SALE:-Dningrcom set, com- 00, C l. R S ALE OR RENT
pete. Juso Arosemena Avenue FCR SALE-Brand new, 1953 Chev-ll i
No. 75, upstairs. rolet De Luxe, 4 Door, duty not M c HoeaSQ Vp.
--O *RSALE:-R-tton -et, 6 strands. paid, 5,000 miles. Used 4 months, FOR SALE:-Kodak 35. with filters,
sfa 2 chairs. table, like new. No. references. No. 8 East, 34th St., flash attachment, *field case, $75. FOR RENT-Modem chalet, 2 bad- ..
refErencms No.o oms, Eos'to 34ho S. fls
30, 33rd ret upstairs. 00 double wardrobe $25.00 two rooms, maid's rdom, hot water
this week.L..vgr.oo suiteIFOR SALE:--,1951 Bqik uper Ri- bicycles in need of repair 00 .iMs atL a i I es o .
English Chin. dishes, metal table' viera Club Coupe, 2230-C, Curur- each. Se them at 5854, Waler looking Panama Golf Club$100.hon
M isc. itemr s. O trs. 673-3, C urun- -u. Ab0. M
SHet, 83-41-96. : FOR SALE:-8uick Special 1951, 2-IFOR LE:--50stel orrFO RENT-A house of three bed- I
irig machine motor, used 5 months. Interested. Call 83-4126, CPonom o ishd. Phone 3-3349.n.Tel .iwr 2 | 9
$20.00. 1582-C Coiabash Street, FOR SALE:-1940 Pymouth Sedon. TO RENT er sol big modern house
'Baboo. Telephone 2-2358 Good condition. $175.00. Phone FOR SALE:-Venetian 8linds, melO TO RENT orsale big modenhrn s i
mmed.iae sale THOR waohini Albrook 2166. A-/c. Wheelwright. and 36" eac I Teephone 2-4269. o Ferry.
i nr ,nrotype... ..,' "Before 4 p. m set 30 volum es Book of' K row l- _Telephone_2-4269.
cf hiFne. wrnger type, new pump. _Before 4_p.m. edge," $35.00. One S.X-28-A FOR RENT: Chalet 2 bedrooms, -
auto enamel. Pei fect condi- FOR SALE:-1952 Chewolet 4 door Hallicrafter receiving set, $125.- livingroom, dining om, kitchen,
tion. $75.0. No. 21 M. J. Hurta- D6 LUX*, white sidewalls, radio, 00. One 16" 25 cycle oscillating bathroom, garage, $6.00. Tel-
do Avenue (La Cresto), apaotmen duty poid, excellent condition. electric fon, $50.00. Phone 2-. phone 3-3229 '-2-.20680, fm- n-
4. Sacrifice. Phone Panama 3-2025 2180. House 1553 Balboa Apt. B. amb. Our Pi I- AL I
OR SAL Bendix washing m cr can be seen at 2. Aquiino FR SALE: fluresent 4 tu
chine, in perfect condition. Ver A I. iustril lamps. Inquire at No. FOR RENT =
I good price. Jose Marti Street Nc. FOR SALE: -- 1952 Buick Rivierq. 21, Juan B. Soso St. '
6. c!.owrst.irs, El Congrejo. Duty Paid. Con be financed. Pho FOR-sALE:-2 youn head por- Apa
fOg'SALE:--Easy Soind Dryer waskt 3-4225 SALE:-2 young red head par-
S.SALE -EasrSind Drw _____________ rots, $7.50 each. Acuario. Trogical ATTENTION I. L Just built nodem ,
ing machine, 60 cycle. Very g oo .'FOR -SALE:-1947 Packard 4-dgl.r 55 Via EspoAf. furnished apartment, one, t wo a
condition. Coll Ftlbon 1891, 8 aI sedan "6" a title. Very good cn-- bedrooms hot, cold-wetw. Tel-
m. 4:30 p. n edition. Fully equipped. Price $7 FOR SALE ehonPanama 4941.
P.J SALE: -- Refrigerator Cordspo, 00. Col Mortimer, Navy 25-2220 ALhAMn A a a TM4 TSi
cycle. Excellent condition. All after 3:30 p. Real Estate Modern 2, 4 and 5 oms, furnished .
in, 760-D. Bareby StWA T i ANTEIJ TO BUY OR RENT-Houe or unfurnished. Alhambra' Office ,
-4456. --- IWANTED TO OUE TO BUYORNT-Ho 8061 10th Street Cloh Tel--
A e ctwo or more bedrooms, garden,
CE-Allrrost r:nev 60 cyclWE BUY our used efrigeator anid garage, desirable location. Amer- phone 1386.
re Automatic was rt mr. $ give you a CROSLEY. Coj .us qf ican couple, no children. Call Pon- FOR RENT:-Furnished opertment. I
m"1- A o CIA. CYRNOS. Telephon .V17" om 3-3620: $12500. No. 5. Colobia str at. v M1 3HJc
S. "Avenida Necioral," nee Tivi FOR SALE:-Biautlful little housw For information Gelabert's offi eYOUR
LT;-rand w mahogn Crossng _________ in Canpoo, compbtely fu-rlshed, Tel. 2-0364, Tl. l I
y tle s with 4 airs, $3 9 00 choicest location and climate. No FOR RENT: Furnished moder-
y Bookcase, $38.00. Re- d problem. Low price.. -f apartment. 2 bedrooms No. 6
S itioned and guaranteed gas i9pur83roblem
$69.00.Dining chairs 2.- Ynt lehon83.222 .6th Street Son raricis
S Tables $3.50. Brand new ma SALE-Housm 3 bedrom. liv- A T 2 4
any double beds. $60.00 O fas, dningkoom, '2 bathroom. Aft 6 p. m. 2-041.. .
i wardrobes $25.00. China closets v oom, arage, large garden. FOR lI -".'Furft ''
5.00. Upholstered leather. living- I Justconstruct. La- -Cumbre' Ldis a menA ly Baln De I '
r m spite, only $250.00. Many Andes Sur. B aocs ast; ak for B, 6 Be o Avenue, blon. T11.
oher bargains in new and used .-- rancos. 475 or 5 aftr 6 .. ..
*J 31 Natioral Avenue (.Autc WASHINGTON, Oct. 22, (UP) 11cion iiNT- a nic e uihd oprf-
-al u .eS r f ~o N The P o sitio n O ffe red Monts m,"i.d. vi
".Tel. 3-4911. We deliver at, The stop order on U.S. ald lot .mesmilitary inspected, Via
; Smol, Down. Payment. Up te Israel will stand until, the Unit- POSITIONS AVAILABLE: For 50 Porros No.
months to pe.ations hears the Arab-Is- wdrd per mInute or better typists -ANTFD It E
months -- rkeli dispute over development otd i te qrer ettr tngishsb
.t* .ALE'--25 cycle.Coldsat re-cof the .Qrdan River, American sp telhngamtyu quaiircatirs. En.liteh 4'
Joe atoi, $100. Phone Batboc officials sI d today. au tqualificons and references for "' 1U,
appointment to Manager Box 693 AmericaD couple, no dcildren,:desire
FO SAL: Prssng cchne 2 They said thee s no imme- Ancon. C. Z. vacation quarters or small p-
eycle; 'ne to".ter outromnt.c 60 diate plan to lift It even though .- T.ah qrts 6.14. pr0
ycles. Bamboo riet for poccn Phone Israel has denied defying the q ment.T6-3143.
3 1736 New Cr.. obai 71h. St' er na tionral organization and DOiOa CeCI c
and Porrobelo 179. prmised t consider it, plan for ..r I" -
-a ordan eralon of the Tennes- (eentl ed from Page 1)
FOR SALE -Cheap. L.o.ng and bed-,. ce Valey Authority. P R
S room suite All ne* turr,,ture. ?26. he question will be of Puerto Rico and that Gov.
7 Pedro r.guel after the U hearing.the ofi-Mufioz trln will submit for- FOR RENT:-Fumhed room with Averae T
FOR SALE -w2 lond chat. wood ciala said. otert on the matter ub tovl a r efrir private n-.
table.niaw b nhoked eaterday the Pana public trence. rrd_ tr__t__Pi__ _ No._-__,______ ANJ
S headboard. inner-r.ng mattress Ifthe Traeli government com-raofflee nigued a comr- Ap.
60 Cycle ,oshirg narhine ma- plies with the Security Council mu y that Foreign FOR RENT.-Room for bachelorIn
S"'hogany .atle. 32 pr set Gernune decision and cooperates to ease t r Jose Ramon Guizado Plaza Lta No. 3. .
c, ondlelght crystal Phone Albrook renewed border tensions, thel l lformaly protest the "dis-
8_-32 33. United States likely will deliver courteous nations of an irrespona -
the aid. sble Imm ration functionary."
." .SALE:-Lvingroom set. $35 B'nai B'rith told Secretarv of The Naua Assembly also
rugs. prch bnd B l -te John Foster Dulles in a spro a rsoluon pro- i AWAY I
after 6_ letter that it was "shocked by testing the mseourteou R act" li ill -
.rt SALE--Complete set of vene- your decision to withhold aid toward the First Lady with a W
an blends for up and down house from a country with whom we proviso to send a copy of the re-
Socated ar -C66-B. Diablo Phone have always maintained very solution to the U.S. Ambassador ie
S -2866. friendly relations." to Panama. I.
i SALE.-Washng machine mo- The action. It said, has "'se- d-FLd .i Ls ., Oct. 22 (u
r25 ccle. almost new, ,' HP verely retarded" the c a us e of e Thae -icyi.ery of -thb missing
..4hene Boloc.a 189 peace In the Middle East and half of. -Ue $600,000 Bobby
iiALE--Compleie set venetan "'prejudged" the case against Is.- COLUMBUS, O., Oct. 22 (UP) GOesaialf *. thlka t ge a
ds 1, f I 7 tvpe 4-family rael without waiting for U. N. -Four teenagers were on the today .tPp officials said
seun. Call Balboa 3766 Reason- debate on the matter, carpet today for throwing toma- the it t was never brougTMt,
i _4i. to s at an "abaMdoned" 'chool- to
The State Department decidd- I hose. no kno 10c1t the scene of the *
Help Wonted ed to cut off economic assistance They did not know that the capture e rl Auotln Hall 41 "
H ldato ied co Israel after the Israeli gov. school board had finished a hours .b3 pe d up the tb .
ANTF D'--Rel.obDe maid to live ernment defied orders of the meeting in the building a few reord. ransom. b .nK.
I j. Must be excellent cook loun- U. N.'s Palestine truce observer moments before and had turned AoO a Iof the ransom
E-' ress and bousekeeper References to halt a water division project off the lights just as the teen- hi-a ne F ,- Su. A top -
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Lo'ils Pet2rsopI a si pna, play-
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an interesting Itf ntl. ysi.
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A Glant Step." It a, h see-
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The play, at; the tUeeumt
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but Peterton,--and part of
this appears to have an auto-
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raised in a conifortale white
4c&tion of Connecticut industrial
city. The gant step referred to
In the title Ii the trcinlag of the
aUne trom boyhood to manhood.
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stage, too. but in tlbt case it
Involves a Negro youth in un-
usual surrounding, ai the Im-
pact Is that of fr .

Spencer Scott is the younger
son of hard-working parents
who have mand aato flte a
good home for him In a white
secdton, which they preferred
because living ccoditlon were
beLter. S plaLymatare a white
and the raciaL probal W d 't
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datp.. In a Whe*hood
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Lyn Austin and Thanma Noyea,
a new produce team, have
given the author a first-rate
p..-duction In the sets of Eldon
Elder. the direction of John Stix
and excellent casting.
Louis Olisett, It high school
senior never on thP stage, does,
a really remarkable Job as the
boy. Eatelle Hemsley, Pauline
Myers. Jsne White, Frederick
O'Neal., stel'.? Evans and Dor.
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A smart, highly penAtlve youth
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motlt.'r of the Vytel.
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Hawaiian-Born Champion

Easily Defeats Turpin
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NEW YORK, Oct. 22 (LUP) Carl (Bobo) 01-
son, the brand new middleweight champion who cer-
,tainly proved he "knew the ropes" against Randy
Turpin. invited Kid Gavilan of Cuba today to be the
first challenger for his shiny crown.

Grimm Voted

United Press


snort that

Hawaiian-born Olson of San mitted the bout to be continued. close. But th
Francisco won the \acant 16 -1 In thP 10th round, a left-hook named a mar
pound crown on n unanimous 15- dropped Turpin to the floor for ond as Its Na
round decision before 18869 :n a count of nine. When he ros-? ager-of-the-v
Madison Square Garden lasIthe was battered about the ring Three bas
night chiefly by bulling Tui pin by Olson. -ho "punched himself each league,
of England into the rine ropes out" and was unable to dispose or to Charl
and hammering him there like a of the lurching Englishman. Milwaukee
punching bag Olson and Manager Sid Fla- polled 14 vo
Probably never in any previous herty agreed today they saw no Charley Dre
title fight in any division has a good reason for giving Turpin a the Brooklyn
contender appeared so amazitn- return bout. Instead they said Stanky of t.
ly helpless when penned against welterweight Kid Gavilan would dinals got th
the ropes as Turpin did while be an Ideal challenger if he Grimm fir
fighting for the crown left va- keeps his crown against Johnny place with thi
cant by Sgar Ray Robinson's Bratton at Chicago, Nov. 13. In 1952. The t
retirement last December kee. new tearr
On 16 different occasions the Gavilan has been having velopment of
English Negro was backed in- difficulties paring down to the Grimm a tean
to. the ropes and Into corners 147-pound-limit, and he has a race all season
and subjected to a battering yen for a shot at Olson's 160- Grimm. w]
while he stood there with his pound crown, bie league r
hands almost at his sides and Flaherty said. "Bobo and Gay- 1932 Chicago
rolling his head from side to ilan would draw a big gate it credit to his
sin. gthe fight could be staged in San big lift whe
During two of those batterinfs Francisco. Olson. son of a Hono- Antonelli a
on the strands. Turnin-who lulu narcotics agent, lives in Crapdal retu
formerly wore the world crown San Francisco now with his wife ry-service.
and is currently chpeiton of and three children. Grimm savy
Europe-was blasted to the can- Turpin, who shed bitter tears half-million c
vas by his comoarativelv light- after his unsuccessful attempt Uncle Sam. T
hitting opponent to recapture the title, said he help."
Randy, 25. apparently was would relish a return bout wit-
isved by the bell in the ninth Bobo. "fT I had been in my nat-
round. Olson. also 25 dropped ural mental state. I could have rin
him with a straight right to the stopped him about the elghtn I
chin. The count reached 'five" round." he declared. "But I've
when the bell rang. Referee Al had so many personal troubles rUM I
Berl helped Randy off the floor lately. I wasn't myself." n
to his corner. One uf the troubles 'was his be- II III1
-r. Vincent Nardiello exrmin- ine named corespondent in an
e( Torpin in the corner nd P,. -'inl'h dinore suit yesterday. His
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Tomorrow's Grid Contest

Battle For League Lead
0 -

Friday n'ght's foot'-oll game in recent weeks and looks about
featuring the B-,''na BuHdogs read to Lake Bob Binghams
an-i the .Tnloi College Green st: ruling birth away from him.
Devils pits two undefeated and D?.n Orcsang, outstanding
untied football team. in a pitch- center in Canal Zone football
ed battle for sole possession of thLt year, will see plenty of ac-
the Interscholastic Leagu top tion both ways Friday night.
gpot. Kickoff time is 7:30 p. m. moving over to a guard position
kt BalboQt Stadium and fans are on the defense. Bob Glud. let-
fe-t.inded that the box office at tbrman senior, will fill the other
the Stadium will open at 4 Fri- guard spot, but sophomore Hal
da\ afternoon In order to facl- So-rell has locked so impressive
liUate the purchase of tickets. in practice sessions that he is
bound to.see action Friday. Kirk
Balboa will enter the game at Tibbetts, another senior, will be
futi strength except for a N.'w battling it out with Sorrel for
minor pu'ips and a "Charley the starting call at an offensive
Horse" or two Contrary to re- guard position.
ports by some obviously unin- At the flanks Coach John
praied reporter. J C. figures to F',Lcett can call on three boys
have its team un to the same whlo have shown good football
strenght it had for the C. H. S. all season. Tom Davidson, all
game last week with Ray Ni- league end is 1952, will give the
ckisher's .ankje sprain the only j. C. olaycis a rough time both
Injury giving Coach Jim Wolf on offense and defense. It will
some bad moments. Nickisher is be either Don" Huff or Curtis
expected to see plenty for action Joilries at the otherend.
Friday, however.
Lanky Jack Corrigan will di-
The Bulldogs have worked rect the fas; hitting T formation
bard during their practice ses- for the Bulldogs, and from the
alons this week to try and de- number of passes he has been
vise a defense strong enough to tossing in practice, the Devils
stop the tremendous power the hao best to be on their toes cornm
Green Devil, generate from their Friday night. Jim May. half bfad
single wing. Jim Fulton. veteran extraordinary, will open at left
tackle, will anchor the Red and half, and either Bruce Orvis or
,White line. Jim has played con- Bill Krause will get the nod Mt
alstently solid football for the the other half. Orvis, one of the
Nuildogs ai scruon, and this fastest boys on the team, is a
',ame will definitely put him to tre.nendous threat once he
the acid test. Assisting Fulton turns to corner and gets into
it the tackle spots will be high gear. Kruase .Is a *will-o'-
"Tommy Hale. jlulor. who has the-wisp" type ball totter, and
Improved bv leaps and bounds drives tacklers batty with his
Stability to slip thru, by, and 'a-
Sround them.
TO: Larry Keene, who lettered as
a freshmann last year. will hold
MIU| i $ 7A down the offensive fullback job,
Mia i * pnd will move to halfback on
d.iense. Bill Martin and Al
SBlackall will handle the llnet
ew York 114.- ba'.king chores, with assistance
No Yok IN $1l frori Charlie Morris when ne-
ce.a ry.
Certificated CAA Carriers This is a crucial game to the
title hopes of both teams and
SEE they will be out with everything
they have to bring the bacon
Panama Dispatch Service home to their respective schools.
All of which assures football
Automobile Row. Phone 2-1655 fans of seeing the best game ot
*_I the season.

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K. Oct. 22 (UP) -
usually is the only
ays off for coming
he United Press has
n who finished sec-
tional League man-
hall writers from
city voted the hon-
ey Grimm of the
Braves. Gr i m m
tes to nine for
ssen. formerly of
n Dodgers. Eddie
he St. Louis Car-
e other vote.
ilshed ,in seventh
e Braves at Boston
transfer to Milwau-
i spirit and the de-
youngsters gave
m that was in the
ho broke In as a
manager with the
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players. He got a
n pitcher Johnny
nd eateher Del
turned from mWla-
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NEW YORK. Oct. 22 (UP) -
=ejected Randy Turpin paid the
penalty today for not having his
mind on his work.
The coffee-colored Briton In-
sisted that the "~mental troubles'
he carried Into the ring last
night olagued him far more then
Carl (Bobo) Olson, the pallid
Hawaiian who beat him for th
world middleweight title.
"If I felt as well mentally as I
did physically, things would have
been different/' he muttered
"Tut," he added, placing a
finger to his forehead, "when
th mind Is troubled, there'
s3WetLt M ig.
Tur,,r! u g to reveal what
s tu--other than
Oton's puMhe -said ooly .-hat
it had nothingg to do with box-
ing." ,
It was understood, however.
that the soft-spoken English-
man's troubles were of a domes-
tic nature. He was recently
nanied as a corespondent in a
divorce case; and his wife also
is in the process of divorcing
Turpin who won the middle-
weight title from Sugar Ray
Robinson in July of 1951 only to
lose it back to hhn two months
later, took list night's 15-round
de eat hard Overcome by emo-
tion In the dressing room, he
buried his face in the chest of
trainer Frank Alger.
"libs had far more to worry
about than boxing recently," Al-
ger told reporters paternally.
:Then, regaining some of his
ommsure, the kinky haired
TuQ n declared. "I'll be able to
take them all on as soon as I get
my personal troubles'cleared a-

t pa All-Stars

6 d Welcome

Fr Tokyo Fans
TOKYO, Oct. 22 (UP) Ed-
die LopaVf Major League All
Stars land ad today and'Tokyo
went "belsp-baru" crazy.
The New York Yankee left.
hander's collection of baseball
talent arrived at Haneda Inter-
national Airport during the f-
ternoon and .found more thin
1.000 cheering fans waiting
liree hoursnjter the landingU
the motorcade o( ball players
had Inched their way through
aurgtn street throngs to down-
tuw kyola where horse-mount-
edplie and atr e battled
Lpat said the players were
blapy to compete in Japan at
the invttaton of the Malnichl
newspaps and help contribute
to make goodwill tour.
Steady de and Billy Martin,
Yankee second baseman and
hero. of tue World Sales.

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Finals Thi
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Seymour Agencies takes Nash.
El Patama rolls 14M slangt in
win ever Sears
Ted Wilber again led 1ow
Agencies to victory. This t
over the strong Nash five. -W
ber, who leads the League with
a 205 average, bowled games Of
221, 200 and 204 for a 625 series.
Going into the last game the
series was tied at one game each,
but Seymour walked away with
the last game on the strength of
Curley Bates 253 game.
George Cowes continues to
surprise the rest of the league,
he hit 579 for Seymout to hold
his strong 197 average. Harry
Colbert kept Nashin the thick of
it with his games of 205, 235 and
184 for a'neat 624 series Jim Ja-
nowskl, backed him up well as
he hit consistently for a 571
series, which moves him closer to
the top ten. The rest of the Nash
gang failed to keep the pace and
that made the difference.
El Panama kept the second
slot as they took a 3 to 1 victory
over Sears. El Panama rolled a
1042 single, in which Lou Bleda
was low man with a 190 game.
Both teams fought nip and tuck
all the way with only 76 pins dif-
ference in total p t,. Earl Best
continued his fine boIlng& as he
led the El Panama five with his
607. He was closely followed by
Eady with 561. A. Damian with
545, which by the way included a
231 game. and Malcolm Wheeler
who had 544.
Bud Balcer wap high man for
Sears with his 57', right behind
him came Thomas, J. Damian
and Billmeyer with 549. 547 and
541 respectively. Nest Friday at
7:30 on the Diablo Alleys its El
Panama against Nash,.a match
Well worth seeing.
Team standing, Friday, Oct. 16.
Team W L Ave.
Seymour Agencies 20 3 9 M
El Panama 12 12 897
Nash 99 se
Sears 7 17 900

Wilber '205
Colbert- 197
Cowes 17
Best 195
Coffee 103
Balcer 192
Eady 191
Melanson 188
Bates 187
Van Vie. 186

WilbR : 204 62
at4 161 00 r 253 574
Cawa2 14 10- 185 573'
Van:W 189 151 179 519
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RS -2 17 139 185 441
RlIN6 191 17 "t.
Janowskl 212 179 180 5711
Filebrk 168 176. 159

l Panisma
Daman A. 13 251 151 545

1 la 541
1 118 144

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MEMBERS OF the United States Navy's crack flight demonstration team, the Blue Angels,
.whoosh through the air in a practice flight' at the naval air station, Corpus Christi, Tex.
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LOOKS almost as if engineer Bob Bond needs some help in
bringing in this 100-pound sturgeon he snagged in the deep
eddy of Snake river at the foot of Hell's canyon in Idaho.
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MOVING FROM the Battery out into New York harbor, the tug Eugene Moran is making
the first test of Sea Scanar, a revolutionary marine device which enables fishermen and
navigators to "see" through water in four directions up to a distance of a quarter of a mile.


T HERE'S JUST ONE trouble with books about training
dogs-they're not written in a language that dogs can
understand. Instead, the authors address them to the owners
and they have to explain it to their dogs. Lovely Betti An-
drews, a singing mistress of ceremonies on a Cleveland TV
show, spent some of her free tirne recently in trying to teach


Buttons, her poodle, a few tricks to do when neighbors drop
in. Buttons, believing the whole thing beneath her dignity,
reluctantly agreed to go through that tired old routine c.f
"dead dog" or "get the ball" or that one called "sit up.'
After session ended, Buttons resolved to hide out until sor.
one realizes that you can't teach just any old dog old triei
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ALTHOUGH IT'S ONLY movie make believe, these scenes show the entrance of Allied troops
into the'Netherlands in 1944. A tank driving through town of Masstricht (top) is cheered
by thousands of joyous citizens while (bottom) a Dutch girl breaks ranks to hug one of
the lihrnating n ffi e~ar who in larr Cnhl. an nIrunderrnrund horn in the war nvip

HERE IS ANOTHMI In long line of beauty winners. This
time it is lovely Rosemary Mueller (left) of Dover,.O., who
Is "Miss Swiss Chte.'" Her attendant is Molly Showers.
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ACTRESS Doris Day shows
off one of her favorite stleve-
less blouses-with a wing col-
lar and bold-stitched tucks.

DIPLOMATIC relations between nations require a lot of serious 4- 4'W Y
conversations by representatives of the powers involved as : ,- "-
shown here by U. S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles I -
(right) and Dr. Y. T. PIyun, foreign minister of the Republic" .. - -' -
of Korea, at signing of a mutual defense pact in Washington. Foxy Buttens messes up this trick so she'll
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be sent inside. Next time she comes out of hiding, it'll have to be for feed.

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INDO-. ULet the people know the truth aim te country Is a ae" Abralam Lincoln.
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dReds Renew Anti-Semticll'n
(NEA Newsmap) b ro Vl
Dewsmap shows where the van- RO h
guard o 30.000 French Unioo I 1
troops are converging on the eL a ee
Tode RedfTvsnho arendona- By LEON DENNEN the Red court: "I believe In inent Jews was held in Prague, transferred prison in Bra-
ed dug in the limestone caves Zionism and shall always be Czechoslovakia, last Au gust tislava, Vl to tried .
before Thanhhoa. some 90 miles PARIS. Oct. 22 (NEA) Re- proud of it." where nine Zionist leaders re- there, te refu. report.
South of Hanoi. French head- newed persecution of Jews in tne The prosecutor at the "trial"- celved long prison terms. More thtJews
Quarters said: "The initial phase Iron Curtain countries is report- Ironically enough was Nugen Panicky Czech Jews fear that are said to ed in Ru-
of operation 'Seagull' can be ed by refugees who just escaped Chrlstenko, a known Nazi who the Prague trial was only the mania au d a-cholovakla.
considered a great success." to France from Rumania and before turning Communist was beginning of a series of repres- Scores h1 -ln I lahing
Czechoslovakia. chief of police under the pro- sive measures against them. for severaif Ms"wthou trial in ,.*
The Communist regimes, in Nazi regime of General Antones- some 60 prominent Jewish forced labor 6
t desperate search of a scapegoat cu. leaders, most of them under ar- The tWgreTrrounded w
for their economic ills, are ap- Another secret trial of prom- rest for years, were recently the Bucharest Pr e trials
aparently reviving the anti-Semi- was obviovuly to nre- day
tic drive "discarded" after the vent pfoteStN .l West which the
V death of Stalin. might diorb tile enw line of wM
DecideseVictore areenoaindications as.er tn d "liberalism" fg
Decides Victor y 'tt hw ar the Reds willow
their terrorist campaign this Thp d a ish
I I time. excee
But Soviet Premier Malen- for home* -todi.
kov and his satellites seem to .t mer ai"'at -
In Ind c a have improved little on the mongh e 0 -the Soviet t S
technique once employed by empire.
Hitler and Stalin. IAccordi to t J-refugees, the l*
By FRED SPARKS Twelve Rumanian Jewish lead- Red leaders now face what a-
t. 2 ers. including Dr. Edgar Kenner mounts to a siletpeasant revo- pS el
HANOI. ndochna Oct. 22. and Dr. MichAel Benvenisti, were lution.
(NEA In the mornings, after tried recently in secret by a n dt
hts of wild shooting along the military court in Bucharest forpa Oly msave r delhla of the a
path of the French invasion n-a organizing a "Fascist Zionis pasalve reasthasdeas the aih.-
the mountains bordering the underground movement." They cultural 'rte ha as yet reach. aItl
Red River delta, coolies collect were given sentences of from 10 utat Bu h ,eaI -
the bodies of dead Communists. to 16 years of imprisonment with r i ta tahSt in tn
They're counted like a house- hard labor. eary, for snstaei 80 pet cent of U.S. fl
wife counts her change, for vic- According to eyewitness ac- e peasants .tooke advt Inf of the
tory in this drive is measured counts. Dr. Kenner, who was the regme~ n toet1i ty
only in terms of Communists de- so charged with "espio eand nnoullecd the Sm on to
stroyed. behalf of "American t leae collective faims.
So far there have been noa ism" an old e and r F r& ightenedg M ma o- -tUIW
,ass killing of Reds, nor have charge behind the Iron a, e Red,. n ndr
the French suffered severely. -startled the Red urt by eat a hasty retreat,o
Minor successes have "been breaking away from his rehears- heavy" rtend o "de, e
achieved at every war's price ed confession. e w. e W to e,,f U ,eiF
young men dead or wounded. "I spent six years in a Nazi
vThe first C nit depo concentrate on camp where I was l
overrun unearthed a fat cache beaten and tortured as a COMf- a na 5 Mh
of supplies, guns and tools. Tomunist" Dr. Kentner exclaimed. or
Oriental Comrninrsts, the loss of munist," Dr. Kenner exclaimed. 'V11 -wWTedW3
complicated military materiel is "How can you call me a Fascist
a sterner blow than the loss of and expect me to confess such
In his office guarded by a Defiantly, Dr. Kenner told h Mei rvies: f r rW
red-turbaned African troop- dayafteraL A
er. French General Rene Cog-" fy4 ='
id hs pwearin a elp o Q uarry Road
Sshodder,praying for a
two Red divisions a Opening Again E
mountains, threatening the RADAR LASORATOY INg PE -TE ".en 1
vital delta? Quarry Road. which has been left) emerges from a three-hour Inspetion, of thrvans ise I at t
The seds carefully avoid the closed since Sept. 1, will be re- oratory at Fort Monmouth, N. J. McCarthy wag probing Cd -1 l .a
Allied rcraft that pry for them opened tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. to security leaks in the establishment, where he .MA wfllfoUllo em al.
by daylight, merely snipin and public traffic after being com- of the Julius Rosenberg Sy ring functioned the M
then striking back at nigh. pletely rebuilt and widened. Signal Corps establishment. With the i v.( lt to Iwma 1", t
a hasty rai s pthes retionwith Pros t Seetd. t Sc retary of tae A to ll
French troops who push for- The 900-foot long thorough- right: MaJ. Gen. George I. Back, Ce .lef 2ab StL home in kLt. Fiag.*
ward from dawn to dusk dig big fare in Balboa Heights area has H. Alexander Smith of NJ.: MaJ. Gen. "I D. tt m 1 lna. Her hAi t iEaa
shallow entrenchments. then been rebuilt between the inter- handing General of the Signal Corps; en Robert T. fite, Thorn Lwt wMy4
gulp a hasty ration and sip the section with Prospect Street at Secretary of the mM manyVMS= 90-44-W orN... A
Ineitable red wine as they a- the Quarrv Heights Military area a laion t he
wait the dangers of darkness. gate and Heights Road near the WBe ycs".=
Officers crawl around shak- Governor's residence. The work 4P w -otrias ea.
Ing those who dare nod, for was done by Maintenance DtviKidnaper Bonnie H H gdy W q I
sleep in the mountains might slon forces of the Panama Canalht re w in LtSoerlow
cles range. This reconstruction, which in- Sweet Little Scho lg rl =. sa0
The jungle is neutral. and its eludes improvements to grade &OF- Compopy,
banana trees and waist-high and alignment, was required for Frances. Thoroton. of,
elephant grass offer such excel- the further development of the ---.wth whom she had "0a d. r d
lent cover one Frenchman com- area for housing replacement CLEARMONT, Mo., Oct. 22 .4 those of her class- hm- e for the ou tS-u -r le.wo
plained: and to facilitate the traffic of (UP) -One-time schoolmates of
"They're pickinG our pockets." the Quarry Heights military Bonnie Brown Heady today de"- townsemen
In the war without a front, area. scribed her as a sweet almost de- ti.as i .
the correspondent commutes The new pavement is of rein- snure high senool girl who se and e6 s"
from the mountains to Hanoi to forced concrete seven inc he s trangj6rmation into a dlpsoma- to- liof rnc
send his dispatches. War follows thick with curb and gutter along niac kidnap-killer was beyond HMeds athe?, but b e
him into civilized cafes like his the west side and crushed rock their understanding. adi U to do with h 'er ng.
own shadow. on an open shoulder along the Recalling her careful rearing. EFr a years, Shia. tweS
Over cognac with a friend in east sid. to provide space for oc- her high scholarship, and her er has remembe umle
a cafe. I listened to a tiny band casional parking. beauty, they said t h e r e was a o a ua pretty, dar ed
beat out Broadway ballads. My It replaces an old asphaltic- nothing in the puffed featuresor rk.qed rlof moodes
glass vibrated from the music topped crushed rock pavement th distorted mind of the child- m al i perfect d
and from the nearby cough of which was only 16 feet wide and killer to remind them of Bonnie ts residents ate
cannon., which permitted only one-way Brown. f -m y 5e
"Surely," said my friend, "the' traffic The new paving permits Mrs. Cleo Hall, who attended teo l d
Vietminh Reds are hitting the traffic in both direction and the high school with Bonnie, re- hm .t eac mdmurder.
fort.'h intersection with Heights Road membered her as a beautiful girl. have no answer
Silently we toAted the defend- and Quarry Heights gate has who still was nice looking when
era, somewhat ashamed of our been greatly improved, she last saw her, seven or eight
security and creature com- Pending the removal of the re- ears ao. She described the
security and creature corn- mainine old houses on Prospect Bonnie of another era as a "well
r. Street and the completion by the behaved, completely nieormal
that a loyal Indochinese postat Army of certain improvements girl." &i m
a half-hour drive from the cafe. temporary connection to Pros- The records showed Bonnie
had staved off a Red attack withkpeot Street has been provided s The records showed Bonnielr.
cannon fire. was an excellent student. Her 'e
name was listed among the hon- et M;X in. the
i or graduates of P191. In addition service of whIch 18 ar cl -
she was a member of the high fled a related"'.positions and
school "Pep" Club and took part 18 are eIn U craft group.
In school plays. The list of v cies was-con-
Mrs. I all recalled that as a aimed in 'the tl er-vaeacy
child Bonnie attended church bulletin thI week D' the
and even after she was nearly Personnet Bu ,xz. The
grown the aunt who reared her may be f ll a o -
chaperoned her carefully. gible' letton.
three and a half miles from here Em
and the aunt, then Miss Nellie vistou. .' -'
Clutter, drove Bonnie to school Vaaneles in the ll
model-T r9uater. Louis 8keed typsP of go 1he b .
The woman who became the storehough,
mistress saud ocfederate of nat- cler
cotics-addigted Carl Austin Nail i -
I, the most brutal crime of re-
I cent history meser had a "roe-
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lIves here, but his name was not

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