The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Round Trip



"Let the people ow truh& and m Scotwary s saf!" Abraham Lincoln.


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S ANAMA, .LP, MOI-O E" M, 19it. F I







Greanlease Killers


Biferly Quits Police Force
0- 1

-T. LOUIS; Oct. 26 (UP)-The FBI charged a womai. today
with ging them fats Information on the Grean~leai dnP
ree a i Peulice Lt. Louis Shoulders distoe he e-
,to.tjl. Ir spterioe the same of a tister in so ease.
SFlg Mrs. Emisabeth Curtis, 29, will be charged
wtiv ae inly furnfaished false and miseadtig in-
formguw-" toWfederal agents, but refused to discuss her role
in the euge. Aplnts released a man friend who was beized
with her in a skid-row hotel Saturday.
The ,Bt also held an uniden- tip from taxicab driver John Ha-
ied man whose Significance ger In arresting Carl Austin Hal
. not divulged.- and. Mrs. Bonnie Heady in the
$lhOdeW, Wtho resigned from kidnap-murder of little Bobby
ac e.. .1Abitterness Satrda, Greanleae of Kansas City. Bu
Uce se of the St. Louis he said he also got a second tlp
police 1 te FBI. on the erlifte.
S"I e tld anybody who It He resgnCd after he wos ques.
t f"t -Ri o his tipster. "I tioned for six hours by top po
haven't tol 'the FBI and I nev- lice officials investigating allege
r wlltAell Sniody." ed 'discrepancies" in police rec,
houerOaiglnaly received a ords concerning the record $6004
Bhoullly__ 000 ransom in the case. Son
S000 f l- n the money 1joignsnl

Cops: No Sign


In Ro# Crash



Shouldersrevealed a *i
only question he refused to an-
swer before the police examnin.
ers was about the identity of the
second tipster.
"I told them I waau.t going to
break the /onfdenee of. a man I
had known since before .I wa a
cop," he said; ,
However, it*I, pointed out be
is under subpoeL:- to teltity be-
fore a grand jury Kanas Ci-

Ransom Loot

Bill Numbers


WAMINGTON, Oct. 26 (UP)-
The FBI today published the
serial numbers of the $10 and
o20 bills of.the $303,720 unrecov-
ered ransom paid in the kidnap-
ping of Bobby Greanlease.
The serial numbers are con-
tained in a 41-page booklet be-
' distributed throughout the
naton to financial institutions,
law enforcement agencies, and
numerous business concerns.-
A total of $296,280 was recov-
ered when tne kidnappers of the
six-year-old boy were arrested
after receiving a payment of
$600,000 from the youngster's fa-
FBI director J. Edgar Hoover
asked that anyone with infor-
mation concerning the money
communicate immediately by
telephone with the nearest FBI
office. He Wr 1'ne .that loca-
tion and telephone f the US ar-
est fi6ld BI of;ic'y 1 litetep- on
page- one of each city's telephone
ftc. ofalclab t I LuIs
hAe xaninef 5K InvAIXt lU

Sof a ransom one
a- t,- another d of $40,000 in $20 bills
Sthe case from 11 federreserve districts
the cai eand $00,000 in, iO bills frOm all
I go suit waa Ald he performed 12 feedra) erve. districts
iathe h est sense Te serial lumbers of all bills
g verd reil iH y" ah i d nt not recover are arranged al-
2a and her 0 cost1i8ted."a phabetically b the letter at the
25. Al~ the kidnapers, I got the beginning of serial number
with serious I the gun they used and then numeally. bills
ihkat moe d-o they want me to were federal rese notes.
ar when f?" he asked. 'I did not get
sore neck, US L es NoM ony
a unhurt.or PsO r On CIV S

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SayUS Mjor TaxDelinqMtciI
and whAe tmide Ru Ca la te

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ATTACKED VILLAGE-Arabs look over the remains of what
Was once one of the biggest houses in the village of Qibya,
Jordan. The house was one of 40 wrecked when the village
was. attacked by Israeli forces. The attack was reportedly in
retaliation for the killing of a Jewish woman and her two
children by Arab forces. Arab-Israeli incidents have been
breaking out during the-past six months.

skjold (right) and Maj.
supervisor, discuss tlhe
UN at New York. Uennt
the dispute is "crlta '

Ma.U Iw mj v M i The U. S. government has a
... .. _- _B "definite guarantee' that it wilt
LIN, Oct.026 (UP) Seven not lose money on tax deol-
W as Mreleased by the So- quencles of any of its employee,
yesterday after more than according to James .ampbell
Years imprisonment said president of the AFL American
# Soviets are holding an Amer- Federation Of Government Zm-
a* major aaf4d scores of other pioyes.
VC prisoners. Campbell made the statement
Larsen, 41-year-old Nor- after Senator John J. Williams
egtn partisan arrested when (R. Del.) charged that more
S ued to continue working than 25,000 Federal workers have
vI RuUlan after the war, evaded payment of incoite tax-
Lid June of thn year he met es.
SAmercan major In a prison Williamsn.ald he would apon-
=p Mear Baransk, some 300 sor a bill .next year to deduct
le u400th of Moscow. money owedn t Income tax from
Th~ Mtwegians said they ume the employes' retirement bene-
iPqWards Austrians Germans, fits.
tUMs, Frenchmen, Ita&ians and
tunS during their captivity. Williams' statement was chal-
y sald the Russlans held a- lenged by Campbell, who said
122 Fta but they could not that actua)V, Government agen-
iUaet how many other West ces have the power under civil
ureans wqre i n soviet cap- service to flreemnployes who owe
debts they are unwilling to pay,
,- including income tax.
S| P Tv-m He also declared the Govern-
iy It rFr ThI n S meant has the right to deduct
any unpaid taxes from the civil
MQREM N.Y., Oct. 26 (UP) service recent fund of em-
-lttw mialld five miles a- ployes who leave the govern-
isn aMfflo reached here 77 ment.
r t A postal official ex- The information was received
w letter evidently slip- on the Isthmus today by the AP-
-. to&t larger package, which GE' nttleal vice-presidentR Ba-
to *Itgkok, Thailand. fus Lovelady..

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ob p Sta s pt d are .I W t totr Mesks at
13A1 t e: VPSn was wads-uhed Col. Deam ta to mmes to
waM 8 d. 18, d Mmltn of Gwmmi mit and J g 6 ang,
aIs6 i Se at fthe al fstteb -
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Selee Ask

Henry L. Donovan, Commu-
nit, Services Director, has been
appointed to succeed Colonel
Richlardson Selee as Civil Af-
fairs Director, it was announced
today by Gov. John S. Seybold.
Donovan wll be transferred to
his new duties Oct. 30.
Wilson H. Crook, now general
n nager of the Clubhouse Divi- Paren
slon, has b ren name to act as than the P
Community Services Director ef-
fective with Donovan's transfer, ernment a0
ing person
ing Canal

Fundess Aoencies-



ts employed by US government agencies other
anama Canal Company and Canal Zone Gbv-
ppeared in no immediate danger today ofht o
ally to pay full costs for their children attend-
Zone schools. j

Canal authorities announced at the weekend that
the agencies concerned would be billed directly for the
costs of employes' students.
Certain of the agencies affected said today that
they had no funds to meet any such bills.
However, there was no mention of rerouting the bills
to the parents.
The agencies with appropriated fuhds said they
would pay. The agencies with no such funds are sending
to Washington for instructions. And the Canal pp
ently is waiting till agencies say they can't pay thAe l
before looking round for some other way of collecting t
I cOh.C

.'. ^L.A spokesman for the Carib- # irgartenanJ iars
e hi knew "there is nocnW'* age ,s o anavrw e9Wp U

lan esonineml cooll erviues iurnildw
nacwt1eis ly the an- who are paid from appropriat- Canal Zone Government to o-
Sonemenoat.of the to appokWt- ed fupda. thelr U. Government agencida
ments, 8abPld said that the is required by Section 195 of the
Hosels Unit, new a part of the He said that the three serv- 1954 fiscal year Civil Functions
Supply service Bureau, will ices 3hae t actual received Appropriation Act.
S be nwd to the CommUn- their aIlo nts tthis ar, but
ity Serbrosf Bureau. that t, w about the Pme of All agencies represes"tan
The T n tional change is year i te tions wa e forth- the Isthmus or in tbh
r to provide C10or coltg '-froi l Washington. of anaa were notfied
nlA operation of the ho-. Liekub of the U. S. Umbas- ly of the* provisions of t*VW
Stels causes whi h pir- sy wfl have to wait until in- and the agencv sponsaorala
fm.e-rvies of a like nature. struetiM are received here from responsibilit.v wis discussed
Te traimfer will InVOlve do thr Ste Department. meeting of all represent-a"
Sperasonnel changes. The same Is true. f the Civil with the Canal officials aa
>Aeronautics Administration law. week.
retaisd woaral Dag Hammar- which has written its U. S of-
agn B UN Palestine truce tho- for instructions. They have The determination of
re A aell situation in the about 35 chndren. "responsibility" for student
the Middle East over tending Canal Zone Schools #
e dq -wt believe It will erupt Inter Aimn lcan Geodetic Sur- the purpose of asessfin coss
or coVnflc' t. % employee some under the wV1" be based on the existing
Army a spokesman said today. entrance requirements for pM.
B'' T here ar* about 50 children pils, Cranal officials announced. -
on t,,lwhose parents are lAGS em-
d layes. .. Students will be considered an
Sthe agey's responsibility if the#
Internal anpI he parents or guardians .-
IN~. rs r Vote Xionc said ployed by- ..directly cr .
G Wiid V yagel^, but clim none of their em- that -
SV plAyes d be affected. Approval. and acceptate
Ablonde, former war cor- Age. no cies t schooling bilhave the status of each aponor
no funds r e P o oeetochoo lng bills, papil will oq determined d. 5-
respdent, Peggy Poor, who is / cold possibly obtain such funds p'pd wll the aermned and .
sa around the world arrived I greed by the .agency .- the
In the form of supplementary! Canal Zone Government.
in isatobal yesterdayI with a ... ,. appropiation after Congress' Ca Zo government.
three-man crew. convenes in January. E -i o -o '
Peggy, who is five foot two The Balboa Heights ann S ounce
with eyes of bue, had always The alboa Heights announce-
dreamed about traveling around -.. mer.t said blanket bills will be NEW BRITAIN, Conn., a.3
the world, and since she was a pre ..nted on a semester basis to (UP) Firemen today bla d a
tiny tot, back in- New Orleans x each agency. It is understood Southern drawl for slovw n
ahe wanted to own the 57-foot rnL N rOOK that the bl!ilng begins with the answering an alarm. Th- ti-a
schooner Windjammer. WISON H. CROOK current semester, thought their telephone- -ead
I The bills will cover costs of all said the small blaze wa mn
Finally, four years ago, after Both 8elce who resigned fro4 students attending Canal Zone "Lawler" street, but later eaS-.
working as reporters on the the Canal service this month a Schools, .h the exception of led it was at LowelL .
World Telegram, for the United accept a position with a con- -
Press, and later doing a stint struetion firm, and Donovan
as bureau manager for Interna- were among the first appoint-
tional News Service in Vienpa, ments to ne made in the top
4e managed to scrape together Canal jobs when the the Canal
'Teo dough. reorganisation was announced in
Today, skipper Poor, accom- March 1950. a
panied by navigator James Cox,
a Navy Reserve It. commander, Donovan, a native of Boston
Charles MacGregor, deckhand Massachusetts, completed 24"
from Jamaica;, and Gordon years af continuous Oanal Zone
Nicol-Sey, British West African servicee only a week ago. He ea'
cook, feels confident her life-i tered the Canal service as n
long dream may come true. atcetural draftsman in the Ep-
The 23-gross-ton schooner Is rtn Division He had se-
Lbeing outfitted for a crossing of verol prOmutions in that divisionf
the Pacific. and during World War II he
Wl n o ox c e served as coordinator in the di-
W ne navigator x completevision an acted as general ad-
rqports he'sfmaking for a hydro- visor and consultant to the de-
graphic office, Peggy hopes to sign staff on most of the Canal
aSetle down to do some writing.-defense projects during that pe- .
But meanwhile, skipper and .
crew expect to enjoy PHanama e was selected i Julyh19W
bgfcre and see the sgh quArters of the commander-In-
Sc Chief of the Caribbean Com-.
|o Ing mand for the important task of
Rod, ng Rong g coordtinafng activities and work,
*hENNA, Oct. 26 (UP) The involvIUg more than one0gOV4C.
pt newspaper Esti Buda- ertrm.nt agency on the _s m
I in sr issue received here to-. a~d & otb t Ilsn work en a
o stat welfare schooling to. tft t problems.tHe cdpin
of Communist Hun- tinuxe .tiaat post until his
all right as far as It pointmt to his present po- A HOT FREIEZER Firefighters battle smoke and f .
ttin with the Canal organist.- aboard the government-owned trawler Delaware at .
S ut the children are not be- tior harbor. The ship. enraged in experimental work on a -
--thght to rad and write," It The new Civil Affairs Director freumin process. had arrived with 30.000 pounds of -h
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here In GoV. Dewey's
,* tal that half of those
H JoeMI B Fay the Mr. 'l
,, crime, and halt of h og o
TA wrote letters to tLhe
The Mail tu as an open forum .. readers ee The Peaema Amse- and his parole board"
,cea. Letters are received geopfully ond are handled in a whollyb*N J- for clemency for the
, ~ doamlt meandr. --were busineasineI.
Of yeu aetribute a letter dent be Impatie0t Rf doesn't appeal eha These included execute oes f.
o. t day. Lo4 tors n published in the serier received. firms whom Fay had MbakeA
Plesie ey to keep the letter limited toeone page lkntL, down.
Identity of letter writer as held in strictest emndeicd No writer can keep is qardg
This newspaper eassumes meno responsibility for statements as opinions in the fraternity as eoVe
emr in.erifm ramm ramrnewsman without reinU. mat
empe0see leas tree en some of the most ferv pim
So in behalf of a man w made
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS millions in shakedowns, -.came
from the heads of copipani es in
Sir: the conghrectioD trade.
SAway back In 1960, hort aft -
I'd like to have five dollars for every time I've said, "They er Pay had been Iito
can' do that. u s Pgamst the law. its anti-American, they are pen for helping o heavy
cene ng me mny r1.ats as an American citizen." But just saying construction firms out a selmse
1 rnoo enough. So I'll tell you one of the things that they can't $700,000 Dewey received a lgtter "
so, out did do. from the R. A. P

gress has been violated by the Canal Government. I'm talking was framed as goaL..
about the unreasonable, flagrant Invasion Into the privacy of Expensive goa*t, m
peatal sings accounts. boy, who has not yet re oMld.
what happened to the 'huan-
The Canal Government is in the process of recording every drels of thesambIs in shake-
name and the amounts contained in every account. Why? Is It downs whiah he pehamp wIl
the survey, the income man, or d. they want to find out how e to live em tuly oin
much more we can subsidize? Whatever the reason, it's ag aint warmer clmes aft, he ir e-"
the law, lea .re. ,;
-~ the officials of the Panami Canal forgotten so soidn Certainly on this laIt bf eTr
their oath of office. swearing to uphold the Constitution and the writer is INAFL ueuative Ol-
las .s of the land. Is the Canal Oovernmaent composed of men cil member Harry C. Datu lead-
wi. so little regard for the rights of men as laid down in the er of the Bricklayers Unlim, -
Sih of Rights? but so Is Allan 8. Platt, execua
In the event that they have forgotten what they swore to ti Isbecretary of the B ek Man-
uphold. I would like to quote the following: ufactiirers of New York.
-tc IV ile ihOf the martial Hati ow in my *. -- -- -.
ArticlIV: 1ofRights hands, there are some bus-
nen ssm en and the att tor e s, a- '". .
The right of the people to be secure In their persons, houses iludIng the New Jersey gubegn.1 0
laea and effects against, unreasonable searches and sebures, torial c datePal t TH el....Amh
hall not be violated. No warrants shall be issued, ut upon p -who wrote atpreMnt othe
able cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particulit ly vo,, Tr.s. -Coastthion 08.L.
4usbingdthe place to be searched, and the porsA s or, things Mahon. 11 i51. 0s0.10n
lu-be seized. Why do these buminqeagen
See. 41:10 Peostal Laws & Regutations Jtorinos tiu efforts to ? ea
iapers the fe of the Post Office DOSaprorecoc h e mWe one'yn a whild e tr hen I vp in details all
Tt a post off 'hall notebewfurnished uponda'F .e p heyavetho 09a aeOne of twh IepuoWlar m b144lttlcoh na T abndets& Q
io the discretloki ot the department, in where a suit has kind oer'seenat ly.W IoIw tO-,h 'i beuin
commenced. said it pending, involving tha nca'ot thepapers. Whv then are they Mien? advertisemeito make the housewit'ony'n
cmennor record Itself, and then only upon the ropetsub- Just how could JoeF n i't happy unless ae iU new gadget to oter- -to aco Bqrquda if they buy ier Cadillac
do ient or record itself, and then only upon the prope sub- New York-Jl. reach ut A copd .te mplicate tebf saying alivq. When thisyear.
Iena duces tecum issued by a court. m011C o Wicone4 have ba dm e ti
be. 8:12 Pestal Laws & Reoliations i Cauf n annl ipa start to operstb h and artie we do on .abo
aoRightn ow W v wo l iape If we d 1 tof e
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to any person other than the depositor the e out L 4 1 I rs, who came to rer- Oat-li. t loehaa fivme h ,
its, unless directed to do so by the *rer a. ee. nten altsted him to ion reno sNo

knew normarjr? dt den r Use!
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a of any depositor, 7,r give any Info a Thl era p-troa .re o a ble 130d- vi hionCb t
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SReport on a 12-year-old's
4 the birthday party. "eone of the
Sof 1 r kids who told Connie they were
0l0 going to neyrt decided at .
Sa youhe last minute a to go ad
she didn't even knew they
When weren't coming. They decided it
--, ut w2an't g oi to be a very good
the arty." ever lot a child accept
la- an invitation and then back
meeyt- out at the last minute.
weiS. g There's no better time than
l ?umng .the in childhood to learn that If
rrie at central you accept an Invitation you
Sd .reported her slater donat back out because some-
rhe thing better turns up.
5- enutued the

Iwo m Nor Artist Must

Spar-1 Love 'Em
,the former Kath-. Or Hate 'Em
t ather thflat two KANSAB CITY,. M o. Oct. 26
eiad made almoBt -(UP)-You shool' really love
to hbr bhsband'a or hate a person you are pain-
,h tlng, Norman Rockwell told a
Iwo a~, A a group of greeting card artists
here. The artU said that is
the only way to transfer suf-
i a ftlent feelingg" to the canvas.
"Painting a picture i In
*- ., .., many ways MW tirowin ball
= against a wSu" r told
g group of WO ark Co.
i m ieft lS artists. '"It never omes back
advicento red- I"tn o" ."tar.ay thw I ,
lh wroto l.IC"Ito so a a
"W', e g bout per oT W a d lo t Wrne
ead as you are. YTe ahouldredai-
ly love of t the te rs on you .
r-l b e with "are pntIn" g.
S"al ch:ildreo ndea this: -- N -a Mebt alee-
k lSetl a whole wMk'is work
Sou In the fane o
k on A S the wes xMort- to youngrtl* ,would be, have
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Iw whe I n peopto le
.md arid. oe,.ie, a, dm't be sWWMe of hard
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diamond ring for lCristmas completely free of charge. Phene
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Juan Palomeru

Tortoise, Man

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t.ongest Lived

lives then, longer, jan or beast"
.Dlscoverytof &t aft tentic 129-
year-old torto0ie in Rhode Is-
"land has revived the anclen'
Sontroversy. *
Man's life span excedds that
of any aftimal exept the tor-I
toise, says the National Geo-I
graphic Socipty, Next to man's'
73 to 100.'vears Or m6re, thie
elephant. ath grffeatest lon-
,e j)ty amqng; majiniala-45 to
70 years.A por thtrl she
rhinoceros with an avvrspe 30
to 50 year of life.

SBoth sld-vul., Gorillas and other large apes
seath. Wet North East may live to 35, longer than
.3 N.T. Pass e. 4 N.T. Pass many aborigines. Whales. larg-
6 N.T. Pass Pass Pass est of the mammals, have been
Opening lead-- Q !:'-own to live for more than
i .. .. __ _30 years, but positive figures
.-. ,, I on their life- expectancy are
"F' s hand waapPlayed by lacking. The lion, long hailed
SBurns, of Minneapolis, one or as the king of beasts, has a
the great bridge stars of the comparatively short reign of
count'. Ed made his slam con- 20 to 30 years.
tract, aeing only his own hand
and the dummy. Many fine play.' Greatest span of positive rec-
era who have seen the hand can ord is 152 years for a turtle
work it out even seeing all the captured on the Indian Ocean
cards. island of Mauritius in 1768. St.
Burns won the first trick in his Helena Island in the South
hand with the ace of clubs, East Atlantic claims a 78-year-old!
discading the deuce of spades land tortoise, reputedly the
Detter continued wit h his only living link with Napo-1
th igh spades, and West dis- leon who lived there in exilp
cardUI & diamond and a heart. from 1815 to 1821. De finite
Now Burns l'a'low club to- oroof o Its "age fs lacking I
wards dummy. West had to put however. Giant tortoises of the
up the ten of clubs since other- Galapagos Islands are known
wise dummy would win with the to live for more than a cen-
eight of clubs, and West would tury.
eventually be put in the lead
with a club in order to lead 'i Among domestleated ani.
way from his queen of diamond.-, mals, the horse holds age
When West put up the ten C honors. It lives from 20 to
clubs, declarer won in dumni 35 years. Cows rarely live
th the king. He cashed his kin 1 beyond 25. Dogs live 5 to 15
of spades, discarding the small years, occasionally N2. Cats-
diamond from his hand. West ones that live well-.ava a
temporized by discarding a see-, span .et only 1 to 1 yeM1,
ond small heart. despite, their yihi a bee
Now South returned, to- his vet.
own hand with the ace of hearts
and cashed the king of hearts., Patriarch of the fish family
West couldn't aftord to throw a is the carp, -some of which
club, so h r b to throw a sec- have been known to frequent!
ond low d -'r" -'. quiet ponds for 60 to"75 years.
Now Biir',i ( ed the ace and reach 15 years of age, min-
king of diamn-d and led a low nows less than 5.
club from his. hand toward's
dummy's eight. What could West Parrots share with odtrichs,
do? eagles and valture If West played low, dummy gevity ord
would win with the eight of to 60 '-Jrav arly
. clubs and crsp the inck of dia- exceed 25; robins, 12; and
monds. If WeP' ; nned i'n with starlings, 8.
' the jack of h*.h5 he woIvol t'.e"
bave to Ir"' ,"o'- 1 Adult, life of many insects'
seven-fl,',' "'r-"r- is reckoned merely in hours.
nine-six! Eithlr way. Burns was Most durable are queen ants
sure to make his contract. which may reach 16, and queen
You don't often see a fine bees which which sometimes
problem hand dealt out In ac- live 5 or mnore years. Par of
tual plav-and played with sueh the secret oft-a 'queen' A.'s
skill and assurance. long life segms to be 4 Jey.
S____ ___ rich in spedeal nutrients, whtch
Sis secreted from the glands of
13 DY TO worker bees and fed to the
S iDAYS TO queen.

C.7. FIREMEN'S A mouse can exist for as
lonp as 5 year if it stays out!
BALL of feline reach. The, maximum
BAL -age for a fox is PbouL 12; deer
and beavers may live 15 years.
NOV. 7t' Span Q~,,~aqulrrels and rabbits
8 to '12.k,,tV Pigs .and
a.t sheep can ,-g2S. .n
,Otiher i'o re y babes.
'br4f091 aitor is 43.
: SPkes..i e ev;*.%-.-hdrter-lived:
-____ I. tl--:r reo-rd is 21 years. U

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No. 12,179 Cenral Ave. CA4

via FA
No. 4 rivoll Ave.-Phone 1-m21 nd

S' VFourth of Julyv Ave.-Phone 3-0441

Household Antomobiles
4iR SALE:-Two brand .wC 6 cu FOR SALE Plymouth '53 utility
'_110 electric Servel refrigerators. Station Wagon. 500 miles. PerfIct
$225.00 each. Works either on 25 Tires. Duty Poaid. Like New. Phone
or 609cycles Refer to Diablo turni- 3-1697. 9 a. m. 5 p. m. 3-2097
lture store. Centrol Avenue No. 861 5 p. m. 8 p. nm.
Phone 2-2404 FOR.SALE-1947 Studebaker Chorn-
SB GAIN; For sale, new refrigerator.| pion with iad.o and heater $395.-
Frigidaire, gas range, diningroom 00. Call Cristobal 3-1727.
set, livingroom set' Kitchen uten- FOR SALE.-1952 Morris Minor, less
sil. with lights to apartment. Tel th 7,500 miles, in perfect con-
3-1467 210 Central Avenue than 7,500 miles in perfect con-
divon. Call Balbboa 3569.
*,.opdrtment No..3. I
FOR SALE:-Ford Station Wigon 52,
fOR SALE--.Au:-t sell beautiful 'v- like new, excellent tires and radio. I
l rsjo n m. ing room tset, Swedih' Phone Farfan 3707.
tohinao, gn'iswore. complete gaestl .
1:room, individual ie-- ugs. FOR SALE:-1947 Oldsmobile Tudor
almostt new, very low priced. Phone Six Hydromotic, radio $550.00.-
22798 office hcu 1952 Morris convertible new top
SAL :-. igd.r. 5" $650.00. Call Balboa 4171.
chine, -porch turnrure. blends, lat- FOR SALE:-1949 Oldsmobile Club
tice work 0310. Cable Heights.I Coupe, Hvdramatic, radio. excel-
Ancon, C. Z lent condition. House 0922 Ama-
R E--D--Z rgoon' and be.- aor Road. Tel. 2984.
Rooms sclr proctcally new in FOR SALE: 1950 OldsmObile 88
pieces or b, sets. original price $1.- De Luxe. 4 Door Sedan, Hydramo-
000. Will sacr.hce for $600.- tic, Radio, WSW Tires. Excellent
j No. 25-A, 3rd. Street, San Fran- condition. Coill Albrook 86-3165.
c Cisco. Tel. 2-3518 '.-day. 86-5209 night. .
iRF SALE:- Chinese rug.i Imperial FOR SALE: 1942 Dodge 2 Door
-Pagodal )9 x 12. Phone Balboa Sedan, good condition. $30000
-'1658. After 1.00 p. m House No. 746-B, -8olbof. Phone
`OR SALE:-Bossinete. Westinghouse 2-1338.
oven with grille. Westinghouse va- FOR SALE: Used Standard Ford
cuum cleaner with attachments. 1950 V-8 heads, intake manifold. |
hardly used. 10 gal aquarium with fuel pump, carburetor, Crankshaft
light, Guatemalean rope furniture, Camshaft, pistons., eds, ged can-
six pieces. 3 day bed cushions, Bet- edition, reasonable. Also RkCA end-
ty Crocker iron with steam at- ard shortwave table radio $45.00.
Itachments. 1426-C, Carr St. Bal- Fort Sherman 6-2291.
boo. Tel. 2-3583. FOR SALE:-Canopy Express Truck F
DAN 'TED TO BUY 'I ton. Chevrolet, in aid cop,
dtWANTED TO BUY on, six good truck tires. Hop-
B-UY r kins No. 65, 4th of July Ave.
i uyyour C OLE. Cage thousand FOR SALE--Ford Ranch Wosn 52
give you o CROSEY. Col us at .. .. Ci..
A. CYRNOCS. Telephone 1-'793 with radio. like new, only. 11,000
Aenda Nacional, neur T.vol' males, Comd. Masterson. .Quarry
r.I i _neg. Heights 321 .
SFOR SALE -1948 Hudson Sedan
I FOR SALE overdrive, iodio. 3 00 cans, new
1J 4'"1 w0 lack, 4 good tires. !00.00. /ust
1 MoinVreCle sell. Leaving Oct. 29. Sgt. Black
S E:-- nin motorcycle,co- Panama 2-463.
S lete part. Call 2-5426, Radio, WANTED
lJl>ier(gas. Colle Juah B Soso No I U
v from 8 12 noon 1-30 6.00 Automobiles
3t m. A tm lle
a" Only Plymouth, Dodge, Chevrolet; 49
to 1953. Not duty paid, 4.aW Doe
to rrogramsy Luxe. Will see them from,4..4r,7 p.
,- ,, m' Hotel Colon IPanama. Telephone
S l 2-0770. Mr. Faoqeca.

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347 Maey, *an m' 3.w Criftel\sStab3l :
DR. WEN6EHAKE. Medeel Clinic. Qrqmlich Santo'Claoe Bleah cottages,
Central Avenv "IK strwt.. qiectric refilgeration,- I ?OWleMIa
Corner telephoIne -3419. Parnmo. tgrdefte lete .ne. 44, or
AMLith,, fl rn ..t .nW _, 567., D. .

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TIC DIGEST you wouldn't understand
at all newstands.


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FOR SALE:-50 steel bprros 3.uQ
each F.O.B. Balboa, Thp Tpxs
Co. (Panama) Inc. Tel. 2-0620
FOR SALE:-Used machinery: auto-
.matic washers, extractors, com-
mercial gas dryer, 110-220 volts,
gas water heater capacity 650 gals.
per hour. commercial ironing
boards. 1950 Chevrolet Sedan deli-
very, good condition. El Lovami-
tico 8054, 11th Street Tel, 1462.
FOR SALE:-AKC registered cocker
Spaniel Puppies 16 American, 3
International Champs. Tel. 84-

Real Estate

FOR SALE-House 3 bedroom, liv.
ingroom, diningroom, 2 bathronm,
maid's room, garage, large garden,
Just constructed. Las Cumbres, Los
Andes Sur. Boypci St. ask for 'Bari
rancos. -
FO RSALE-No dealers. 2866 meters
of land, very convenient.'" Pueblo
Nueva Ioo 4120 Vig C6rdobo.

FOR SALE:--Beaujtiful little houMu
in Campano. completely f rnished,
choicest location and climate. No
road problem. Low pricE. Easy'
payment. Telephone 83-2232.

Donovan Succeeds,
(Continued from Pias 1)
a:z been active leader in tnany
elv:c and community Affairs
throughout his residence in the
Canal Zone.
He served as head of the Ci-
vilhan De-ehse organaMtion
throuphoutt mot of the war rp
Mod and dntil after the' work
was abandoned soon after th
olhse of tb: war. During thb)
peFlod he a.o. served twic
cbalirman x-ted Wat
.1nr A..&V.* 4n J.ha ft 1WJM

3f4 Community Station MIeenaneof'?
Tee 100,00people MGEST on sale at local nq*rstdnds neerino'r e
S Presentsforto bits., rn Univ
i .t WANTED:-Position for po t tjme Wdaerin
-- maid wit bexelient qualifloiatjis. chusetts
Call Balboa .2-3683 --, 9 t He isis
y o, Iotnday, Oct. Thursday or Friday. i
North American couple need small
:15--The Little Show furnished apartment. Phone 3- CrOok,
,: S0P--Music for Monday 1697 3-1660 <2191 ed to ac
S Muie Without Words --- icls.Difte
Sgera Parade. S licpI a
at's Your Favorite 5BI Statistics Ic *F=
ews 1 Sa t s w e
What Your Favorit e, Show Inre e new dutl
(Cont'd.) 'e city
Srom The Enls In Bank Robberies ft4n' a
S-The Record Shop (WRUL) FBI statistics today disclosed a;ri trjkp
Lonell Thomas a .'hrp increase in recent year month to
The Jack Smith Show in the number of bank robberies. ainn. BeI
(VOAP In t.!" 1953 fiscal year, which tion of
Steport From The United ended last tily 1, there were 37'9 Retai la
l State (VOA), Iviations of the Federal Bank rfeled
SR-Story. U S.A. (VOA) RoLbery Act, the base law cIurchoeq
t:q---Hithlights Of Last Week's wh'ch permits the FBI to in-
Nev.s veatigate most bank thefts. He wI
4:4-American LegionAuxllaof cl
Aury The 1953 total was the high- tfe tito
:00--lake It From Here (BBC) est single 1034. the vear of the to Renem
Pla*l ousl of Favorites aw's enactment., in which 417 Canal e
.00-The World At Your Win- vioations -ere reported. It re- in July II
do r presented ar Increase of 31 per
U00-The Owl s Nest ceiit over violations in the 19o2 --
:00--Slgn Off. fiscal year.
'The rlp.- i nbank robbery be- tfY
S*. immediately after World
Tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 27 Wa'r II. During the war years
'th1ks hold ups had averaged W
t~' Wel belov. 100 annually.
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Clock Club
7:01--Alarm Clock Club Co
U orlnitti Salon
oI-Mernii Varieties
320-Music .Makers
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sacred Heart Program
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Mft The Record Cort d
leet The Band

reor Favor!it
Smorica (VOA) ,1

6:30-The Record Shop
7:00- Lowell Thomas
7:15-Christian Science
7:30-Renoit From The Unit-
ed S ates (VOA
8:00-The Juke Box Review
R:Sl-tnsr mental n fa Ir,..q

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res an hC wuaa Zamns.
in received hil enegi-
ed;ne.ation at Northeast-
erdity and later did po0s
abrk in various e*@
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Instltute of Technology,
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FOR SALEs-Cll In Ecuador Av.
No. 27. Frnt and back porch, liv-
Ing and dinnroonm, two bedrooms,
ga nde and ald's room. J. Chlm-
lur, 6th Strt' No. 10, fl. 2-
2419. ..

Apnrtum at_
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ATTINTION t* I. ust built modern
furnished apartment, one, t we
bedrooms, hot, _M W water. Tel-
ephone Panama s 'i T. ,


Modern 2. 4 and..5 So. furnished
or unfurnished.' AMluo8. Office
8061, 10th StteetCo C Tej-
ephone 1386. .,'. -- I

FOR RENT:-Furnibhaeirtment, 2
bedrooms, livingaoei *ninflsom
end porch, two $ 0.
00. 48th St. N.- Vista.
FOR SALE: Aite, gas
stove, go-d condiflen, $95.00
Apartment 22 building 9, 44th.
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apMiq
furnished. Perry Hill, :2nd. Zptst
No. 11. Telephone 3-14. "


FOR RENT: Far Cincuentnorlio
nicely furnished aqo near El Pan-
amra Hotel. Meolvt available. Call
3-1789 or 2-1613.

FOR RENT-:-Two furnished large &
clean roo$L PrivaW teth 'o n d
refrigerator"4dot kitchen
privilte% "tQ i ote-
ru Avln C



wno h4s been appoint- fu
t a 'Community 8ert- E,
actor Is a native of-MIs- Te
nd aps 25 years of serv- --
ltp Panal prgae action'
Smcquiainted with hisl
* having acted in tha
on Munirous occasions
sepge of Donovan. u
asU employed In March
he Civil Affairs Division A
iferred the following
the Commismary Dlvi-
was. holding the pol-
ahathtapt supervisor of
res when he was trans- IqM
asuletant director of c
sa in July 1945.
; promoted to director
uh In- January 1949;
bv$nge been changed
i manager when the
Orjsaplation took place!

Smul MlHk

SiWael Rose

NEW YORIC, Oct 28 (UP) A
strike of 120000 d-ry plant
workers and deliver -.-r n cut off
the milk supply tndpv ton 1P000.4
000 residents f0 the New York
Metropolitan area. -

8:45-United Press Commentary Signs reading "sorry, no mik"
9:00-Cavalcade Of America were appearing In thousands ef
f VOA i supermarkets, dafties and neigh-
9:30- Jazz Club. USA iVOAl borhoqd delicateseas. The sup-
10:o0-tMrsic From El Panama nly of fresh milk on retail mar-
10:15-Latin Americ. n Serenad.* kets was expected to be corn-
10:30-Variety nond-c., I'BBC pletelv P.xhauite# by tonight.
tl100-The Owl's Nest Federal mediators worked un-
::00-Pign Off. Ill early today with r Ire ta-e
-tives of the Th T% itera
Explanation Of y8mbols Union and 200 rrilk 41stributors
who had tailed to reaih agree.
VOA--Vo(ic. Of America ment on a wage increase when
BBC-Priti3h Froadc a s t i n g the Union's strike dadite peas-
Corporation ed at 4 Dm. vLterdtayTh5e trie
RDF-P.Ldodoiffusion Fran'ati had been r noppned 4 hours
from a tf:tr v deadline. '
One -' 'vt aid prospects
'or aa r .1 -nent were dim.
Meeting, id t t p Pright h t mm
inn a week.
Liga C ".ca Nati1,I I' 11 The 13 "0 oweroomors ndT
im.. E-At rmce h I -' c .ftloyed ir r ,rt
7a will an" n' e meet { it,1t ere d t Ing T
Lg will begin a& a p.m. |$15 a week wagme IO s 1

RENT:a --, iAte e i .?

nvenf,"r ttion, Prtvfe both
id entrpnco, ,^11l Curundu 6205,
tween 8 o..' >. -f..4 p. m.

RENT;-- O n aolfable. Office
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Mae o sum who massaged a e
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thne minutes with

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ntestra tVhat a patient
S**W* week during a r
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Bryan roy,; ovi4
maker, "Hou'e os"tW,"'i 01
ing "No" to the gratUeggefl
About to release a new depth
"The Mad MeI mal.," hBM
defending 3-D N ': "Most
the 3-D pictures were hurris
and, badly uadf 4M 4 Otib
made some Bicw. i theyh
not been In. S-D. at
wouldn't have mame r
say the flames Sit t will
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people with ner'fgtasseu. A
there's no p int throw
things out at, the audlene
less It arthe the tsay.r"
The dialog between Tyro
Power and LndA Christian
public has'the socal set afl
goK. A rumor that the PowI
wil go through with the divoi
arrangement that they cancel
when alerted by the stork
sweeping motletown.
: and Because 20th Century F
rusec- won't allow its stars to coll<
to te TV money, Marflyn Monroe
re per- rewarded wih a Cadfllac for k
Swife, guest appearance with Js
Taylor Benny.
Adv. Reason for the closed set
i i the Shirley Booth-Robert Ry
co-starrer, "About Mrs. LesU
is that Director Danny Ma
and Producer Hal Wallis I
walking on glass to get the tl
past the censors.
Philip Terry and his wi
Helen, have separated and v
take the divorce-court route.
was formbfly wed to Joan Crq
ford and is back at his emoti
career after a brief fling in t
hotel-resort, business.
The new wonder drugs p:
scribed for Vivien Leigh i
working better than her med
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younger, has thrown off I
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company, fer the coveted "N
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"Melba" with Patrice Manse
Alan King Isthe comic
watch in 'K5 Bob Hope .rewe
cracked, "This boy has to u
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June aw trIs spending ha
with.her fues manager -4

career for religious service,
turned over her cash, tava
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TV TOPICB Eddie Canto
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Engelke-Peterson .p M
Marvin Chadwick and DiMk Su I for
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A. noon when they overwhelmed apt.
Ted Peterson by a-scor of 7-up.
The winners Jufpfe off to Aad
lead on the first hole and were %lto
never headed. They were wavn re'am
apr on the eut: nine with a y bo a#
birdie at No. I which was bal. 2n
anced by a boeY at No. 9 If
Five-up at.. the turn, they ke eo
S_ the heaR on relentlesly i w the
the result that the match came As C at O
to an early end on 13 green. s C- lfm n AoriO
The winners will each recelve le ~t iMs uem) o .i rther ~a
MA ido Multifort watch preo o play tse. al rl Hres are tha'
se'f4d by Cesullo's Jewelry.litat an they will mateW .
StOre, the local agents, while glea er e' lsy
the losers wll also receive ull. K f6 l e .- -
ver & rlses for th6r efforts. LI the i rswt rdi afternoon "h n,
The rules of the tournament end tilme et1a-the -
provided for substi ttion and wo ti ,t aln' atdr- ture O16ng Clamss
when Bob Chandler was called nament. es otsion d at the Juan '
to Costa Rica, Dick Sullivan beta in t Ih partner
took his place. was atp .h.. Fl'n Road Qi
S GRIDIRON ACTION-This picture is graphic evidence of the thrilling action football fans nw- s e ant length
have in store for them this Friday night at Balboa Stadium when.Balboa and Cristobal high- 'B hs e h I
schools take to the gridiron. Action in this photo took place in the first meeting between the i au e c, wh ich
two teams at Mt Hope Jim May *76,. the Bulldogs' marvel of the gridiron, is shown Dicking the 0,00 .YankeesrStill S-Aw aCl- .- I" .ofe
up some nice nardage. Carl Tuttle i*l Cristobal halfback, is moving in to make the tackle. r Gt F s t B u- tt
Others identifiable in the picture are Bob Bingham 182, on the ground blocking Bob'Hodgim .sich81 iN bv. the aO Cs,.
(21), while John Spiotta 19, comes up from the rear. Bob Glud 1831 and Dan Gressang (84)e wr G i t ce. A L a -
t Aare other Bulldogs trying to get into blocking position for the speedy May. .G a Fas bet .oAn t 19 l" flena

--oTo Replace Lou' m r g RoKid 67 who ..., .........
I Olson Turned-Around Flowers, Cub anFiueroa To Replace Lou W* ig m
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M uch Better Than Fair Fighter In Boxing Test NEW lucy ut. th( -e a pt fit Nt Se l snwthm
]n B xisng Te The fabulous Yankees have been aren pro**l the s a t al ., e eath a turnd
'NEW YORK 3 ;Ocri s tfe 00n .-strictly unlucky in thelrgrea s t Powrleda the o'first Nedo- t t *h 'e i '
S NEW YORK, ,Oct 28'NEo search of all. gro tom ,..asa..Y
Now good is this Bobo OLson. They've come. up with jttkee. is a "p aIa coaTr -u
who spotted Randy Tui pin three about everything from t nation 1iM-ftl talent. that' A.o d 4-'
-gunds and then came on a- farm system In recent masons can be Aitllin the outfield, third and a p-
.galloping to pin the world mid- except. a great fi- lb main, base or first b"le. If he hits wit&' at '
leweight championshiPa --- Since losing Lou Gelig i 1938, major leatugli prift he could aret
Ra b rp l 0e Caethe Bombers have tris! 25 dif- be thle I.~s sought Yankee firra st 1;M ieC _.
4he best description of Carl Ot1u .ub e ght e a parent first packers anz the -base arid h a "vany t ,.
'Son. ,Hlq. .wel ght contender Em ill o p fr ste yliear. illinkUi.u exthAeil owtr P w.o. '1' h. 3 *gh B- ,,
"He's something of a turned-gueroa, wo is Panama for prade likel y Al continue next A hooadele s tch, *Np osqBra-3f, U
around Tiger Flowers." says Ar-' da series of fights, today was yo th .' e.. ton is a o eel,.'.
*ce-the long-time trainer who scheduled to undergo a "sut- went lack, as umual, k en- with .30 In 46 to tho .
e the promoter of televised fl-f.ienwcy boxing test by the ''"'at""dsua1.Wh No-wi t platn ra4 U 1 hto tt I
ay night fights Panama Boxing Commision ap but Casey "tlli *11I sepl quarn- Imaual' Ii heee bonhits-iat"too1i
4 10IMrs, the southpaw Georgiais the Panama Gym at 4 p. m. tity forn extIw "10 w it9st in 3N. 8twas
cee, cuffed blokes around Kid GaI] m_ be Olson base squad ab bIg as hiW eat- a. e-Pardue footb00 ll
pretty good, too. He won the If Figueroa passes the test field eapp. sya-some o
10O-pound title from a great some of the boys in New York. he will be allowed to met There'll be Ae Olle. who a12m,2 -"
.her, Harry Greb. and lost it He just insists on spending his Panama Bantamweight Chai -usually winds. .w a
Another, Mickey Walker, in money where he sees fit. pin Melvin BourneIN l a the duty, batt ld atIt fit a"d W:s.
Ina. -He won't allow the IBC or scheduled" 1 -pe te- probably whil these: Dl awa-. il ht IT
Olson came thi hard way, and anybody else to dictate to him. roend at the Pnolweg, 0Trandos,Ml"
three. weeks before he made "Flaherty .and Dewey Fraget,- Nov. 1 ,I a spe(al aw ron, Vic 'owerand Frk I the l ald Irstee at aw .. ..
rIish he had trained for ta. the Broadway booker auo- Jubilee" boxing program whI spring thpnm a be more.
roate Warren Hutchinsonl doing bus insu sB Uwt WOt"11 Lenia4a rookies last-Amsn. Power I.s tho a
wa ,m this correspondent not II. He- and. e are s ~. .lug t- lde-et. tM ""
to urderrate the one-time H~A-He is horlst With his. 0tgue 1 Opcts to make 0ieldto ut g io--Now
wallan barefoot boy. I keeps his word.: four loc l appearances. He will am In te mir. timates how
"Olse~i Is much better than a1 Flaherty really got into boxing tackle 1usteafte Idro Martine Is -- he gfron -
fair-fighler," wrote Hutchinson! while attached to Army Ppecial in his second oute if he e ,' p. 1000
who aged Jack Silver, a top-: services In Honolulu during Bourne easl as is expected. be
n lightweight, and othersWorld War fl Pan i ay be a- ..
in Francisco in the earlyI .O2E a b a e, fnrs h fai ua o m a er a 5 A U-e
19 raiOlson as a s'c i "
a better hitter than re-, He n.toro th.Tm ... program s in.- City
p -Fghtng prelmnoarte1. in' flighters'e bi ast stable nI eludes a six-rend semifinal chance
8M francisco at 1 he won the world. beween Kid Zefine 1 and Collins I'Win.
aem fights in a row. six by Camberbateh at Iicludin t ur
k hkouts Among his veictinmisl Even if"Kid avilan who has.n a d a onur-aod "pcial" hit outlt'"
w oys who later boxed In had to n routledo n i s o147poiPn "a betweenuar ndefecal e to u p*I
f pany" _does not. succesiy de fend (The Bul Drathwijtone and .15 in 11
t" --oo-- d welter wru eath Fmaht isA A!i""se Cr a t 12r6 and atw t sUtel
son seems to bellevelBratton at the cseago Stnth n 'o -, -..- -b- .
t took pains to see that' Nov. 13. be'ts ay a st certa to-I...
y Olaon got in bt. target in SSan : l ,rndMelaniet t" wA
toi ohis first engagement "Gavilan has been talking a- u I
optgar Ray Robinson inhbout fighting uOlson so much, wIde.. ..ssion prices will .11m
lphia. Oct. 26. 1950, was we're going to let himr have Bbe' orged Reserved ringside ,.. O.'I
moted by the One BI Wish." says teaherty., wlw_ be. '.ge nraI ringside $2.1 U. -".
ihonopoly. That was the Its go buses and Flaher- eer admission one dollar
whch theo-time!ty is a bumness man. and children and boxers with ""
street fighter did notAssuch. Sid Flaherty is going 1953 cards 75 cents. Bui"ld.sStreak
lead until knocked stiff to win that decision in the San'h ".. ."
y punch in the 12th. DFrancisco Bay area. F A t
has just plain scared," he!,"' At. g ,
"The IBC even sent heavy-i aorts Shorties b ."."
hitting Lee Sala to San Francis-I -
No." continues Hutchinston, "and i "mA rejuvented Crutbdlo -s a lt b. ..,
Olson put out his lightstw o lHOTiATHE Ain two HOTtAeT rOMEa-s'towa4
"Sid Flaherty is a good man- Bwilllm ke.... 1ti r.nillihandle e i ,
r. Although a Johnny-Come-b New York -(NEA,- Brook-, -cfl e.-ths
tely. he controls boxing in lyn's 60-17 won and lost rec- drthe0
northern California. where thelord at Ebbets Feld in 1953 ew.1 th 'I"- ."
has San Francisco'n Winterland tional League mark for best ld nat 1g I ..aQ

"He has the appee icBu TweenFred Perrpo.sDond wont aihard

Ace's Annie Laurie peeks out-of confidel
a tent as if it has someth.In through
good going at the races, bu, healthI
actually the mare is just watch- known
ing people pass by between what w
performances at Salina, Kans, it appo
Charity Horse Show. (NEA) Tigert

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G:.'. ana Howard Hart spel
each other rt left gwurd in the
Texas Tech line. are Korean
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..Hu..burgh tet ,r US. FOOtb vR d There Before,
ta e .ai-me wfk LENDALS. Calf,. Oct. 26-
1 s wit at Ws 0 (NRA) Casey .Steagel will
er e rn z Ot. 2n ne ier foref o the first time Mfck-
TXWXwPz1.. Oot.2aP., ta. Th t ieo l MantleI pyed' the out-
froornmo comm ; tRt t-M.a field for the Yankees in Brook-
roraaas- hes r l r.
at Y, I it,%-. Aftn a AV has two"far a=
.. sU a. residentss a lnw th* OAGll ti .Lm "Mtckey tbd justeomos up and
hat I Wno-MrsaoddolNa.. rs'ees 80M -Ni clver I ut him riVht del in as
btuaule s3-2 ,!r 'aa = the e Md sot 'b aI comeexhibition.' ghe Vork anat-
jrMM bee fr cnlli and only ass' No tampe^tager receleeted. "I took hih
l co $ahero e tract e, tadus Mt there e: a eduld Iave a
aarnIN et, -l .,' ed ;. ,rr hi. rus th 1 -r ; sk. crs ae- of the' atrn-
thh 't We h .a Takitg his sever t his ..-per- tract Ufth *all and I cold
....d: -r mod ''. .-.-- ae r aka6"- -o tell bhim.ho to play. balks boun
nthe W11 t lwn s-'- AdAi " gr:lall anotRa Ig of fit
sVto1 htaOtite 4 oho. hyoue tn'tlb 39-20 n I "I told him I played that wa
1, ', q ", .. t ov er Wast Teom I U 'm-ake for six years and he sat "You
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s11n1. Jo)I L. MichaeliU, cur- Pat Uebel and Mike Zier;
Sent comm andant of cadets, Don HoUeder, pass -
who has contributed generous- end; Tackles Bob Farrlsa
ly to dispelling reports, of Ronnie Melnik; Guard I
"concesslen" to football play- Chenauakas: and Center
ers dlamtinited through the Lasley. All save Fkrriu. am.
Ldopa by.prpvious commandants. out at backing up the' I
'laik aassa4 'the cadet cap- have two more campaigns. Par-
tains that there never w ns ris put In a year at Vandert
any Intention $f coaches or First classmen are Backs
players to ha football men Freddie Attaya and Ogn f
live apart front the corps. odge: Ends Bob Mi."hsc
--- Lowell Sason; and Gau*WN
Upon analyst, It developed Lunn and Dick Ziegler.
that in a relative sense there Lunn was out of the Duke
were no. "conceulons" to foot- with a bad leg. The only ,
bait p l.iTey large- ond classmen are Hal
ly the yrs get- Tommy Bell and the d
ting towels first anbeing ex- quarterbacks, Pete Vaaa
caused from pre-supper forma- and Jerry Hagan. The plebe
tion. lack linemen, but include tgee
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TOKYO. Oct. 26 (UP) The men who said they wanted to be ,
first American soldier to break revolutionary. "'
with' the Communists after re- They were all fes. I never s t@ o g a O ll
in'g repatriation to the U.S. believed any of It. I never in- ""h and th Cs a r w a
slid todpy he remained behind tended to go to China in the
to get Information to use against first place. I just wanted to stay TWENTY-NrNTH AR PANAMA, R. P., MONDATY, O' ...M.
a e Reds in "exposing their lies with them and ket all the in- AAM, ., MO W
the world." formation I could to use against
"I would take the same chance them."
again," Cpl. Edward S. Dicken- Dickenson had previously ap-
on told a newsconference herepealed to five of his "buddies" IW
Dickenson, of Big Stone Gap, s tilI refusing repatriation to
Va., said his only fear was that "come one back to this side.u n
CO"oumnist organizations in the He wrote a letter to five friends
ited States "*will try to get re- still held by Indian guards in the
onge on me through my fami- neutral zone prison camp telling .
IP" them he had -lound out that the
He predicted that with -the Communists have told nothing L o ks J USt A bout A ll t'
fight kind of explanations" as but lies to us."
many as half of the remaining Dickenson's letter, released to-
22 American prisoners now in day by the Army, led off a bar-
neutralcustody will change their rage of appeals to 22 other A- PANMUNJOM, Oct. 26 (UP) Thimayya said the letter Is an o -
minds and come home. mericans still behind the Iron Indian chalrmna Lt. Gen. K. E. admission that the commission
"I have different reasons why Curtain to change their minds. himayya said today the split In can not carry out its work. .
I decided to stay back." the 23- Lt. Robert D. Harbert of Ad- the Neutral Nations Repatriation The commission was not able 1
y a r- ol d Virginian said. "I ingdon, Ill., an American postal Commission is "very serious" and to agree on the wordin of the re O erence .* Iscussipn
wanted to' get revenge on the officer, said he had turned over that chances of explanations to letter, drafted to explain the --
Communists for what they did 279 letters addressed to the 22 balky war prisoners ever being week-old deadlock to. the two F
to my buddies, by friends and relatives, resumed are "very small." military commands.
"Yoftnight ask why or how I Indian officer Lt. Col. J. K. It was turned over to a sub- H a d Iie ty F r.
could do it. Khanna promised the letters After a two-hoqr meeting of committee and Thimayya said it .a d
"Any chance I had to get re- would be delivered uncensored. the'deadlocked commission, Thi- will take three or four days to --,
venge, I was going to jump at it. One prisoner got 33 letters. Each mayya said the flve-nation work out the final draft. TW&A Oct. 28 (UP)trp| I-tie taII. eft-
I'm going to expose everything got at least five. group can not carry out expla- Thimayya and a group of In- MUNThe CKorea, Oct. 2(UP)manded ts in Lt Stwa sent
they said. I knew that by stay- The Army. in publishing Dick- nations to unrepatriated prison- dian officers met with the stub- t- The Ca-t tSh demandeded n t ay! r1m4fteint
tig back, they would try to in- enson's letter, deleted the names ers now because the commission born North Koreans in their today that te neutral nations today's pro t meetir in
-lence me some more. They of his friends. is unable to produce the POWs compounds earlier today, be permitted to atfnd the Ko- a straw bt InU tNe ebter of the
made a lot more promises to the It read; the Communist want. He said there wa "no Indica- r-an pe.ce cotplice nd that ne-tral mso one UGle south .of
tion" that the North Koreans theI ed wp the agenda of ne- PimatiAJOd..
,Belo Boys: Communist poUtical officers, have changed their minds. otiations to get up the high- DellA' S ItS'StemSUnt at
have asked to interview the 7,8 leveL uthi 7e4l e ^ todsy
Here is just a few lines from me to let you know that I'm defiant North Koreans but they Thimayya nmt yesterday with d t peace con-
back here with my own people once again. Boys it's really great refuse to leave their compounds. Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison, The Ctainit' demand, and ference open lNT. 33 in' Hoa--
to be out of that damned place where you all are. I slipped The commission is drafting a Allied armistice architect and their Ini ce that it be dis- Ban filleo or Geneva,
away from the camp on the night of the 20th. letter to the Communist and second highest officer in the Al- cussed i 4te threatened of ir
I really got a big and happy reception from our side just United Nations Command, and lied command, after consulta- to deadlok r l di.cus- ." hi rd.. the
before I boarded the helicopter. I'm leaving today for the good tons with Geore B. Alen, U. sions whne t to set view o e
old U.S.A. ambassador to India and envoy the time and eae or the main g iWOuld w
There's really some pretty women here but you will be able f(hu| iouM ldu to Korea on the repatriation peace co.fSrence, .. 1.' Brl id.
to see that from the picture thit I'm sending to you guys. LI f ihis 0 erslis. aor ~ tn.
Boys take the advice from me and rome on back to this Informed sources said Thiay- The 1 ts already the
9ide. There is plenty of money waiting for you boys and a di- IT hahea M Fr ya asked the United tates to In- has turned dog .e Red pro-. t -e ni'hae'
ferent uniform the Army has put out. To JSelve I VI tervene and urge the North Ko- poal ,for neutral partic aMnon cplferehec. '
Bols I've found out that the Communists have told nothing reans to attend the explanar- I lthe tal tano mentiont tipt
but lies to us. They only want us for their benefit. -. i.n a tloatns. mlehor thetab men tp ho ', m--..'dp "
(Name), you boys of the weaker type have no future what- ig-our Talks ohe sources pointed out the a y'm tr-
aoverv by going to China or any Communist country. I found prisoners appeared friendly to- Ing the s AtW woe ali- M .
out alot of things about the Communists that you didn't know LONDON, Oct. 26 (UP) The ward the U.S.-dominated Allied tao thais so.alo
about. The leaders of you boys will be (names or (nsme1. Boys persuasion of Foreign Secretary command.
you're loved ones are calling day and night for you all to come Anthony Eden has led Prime Members of the five-nation T*he COpmm t .demand ma
back to you. (Name) you and the other ones I mentioned Minister Winston Churchill to commission, themselves Uasble which e fa iaratulat
should not have any fear at all of being harmed If you come grudgingly shelve his ambitious to sway the captives, believe the. .tutla of A gsab sDI.f
back. plans for early talks with Soviet POWs would listen to U.s.
There have not been any articles printed that someone Premier, George Malenkov. U.N. arguments, e
said you wrote. You guys can see by the pictures of the re- said. ,og '
ception I got at the hospital after getting into our uniforms. Authoritative sources said to- Meanwhile, another Allied sol-
Yes boys life can be beautiful if you make it that way. The day American opposition, only dier, Pvt. Kim Chang Po of I
stop you boys are taking will be a dark life for you. Once more lukewarm support from other South Korea, was handed over
I will ask you all to change your mind and come on back. members of his cabinet, and cold to Allied officers by the Corn-
My picture is already on television in the good old US. Silence from the Kremlin have munists. He was the first to -
iDlekenson then listed the amounts of money held on Army cohvlnced Churchill finally that change his mind about com- '
payroll books for his friends). for the moment he must aban- munism and ask for ;e0tt nM
(Name) $3,500. > don his pet idea of a mission to aince Pfe. EdwaId .ekena of
(Name) $2,500. Moscow. Virginia did lest week, -
(Name) $2,800. Sir Winston's doctors also were The South Korea.t ,
(Name) $1,100. understood to have counseled hurried Mi.ts wa 1 e' -.
You boys can see how much money you have coming to against a journey because they men. A poik en-terBe_ a I
you if you will come back. The others have a lot of back pay fear the strain of the trip might scheduled for Nta t Ieolit, but S
especially Sgt. (name) $4,200. The others have'more pay corn- prove too heavy for his health. it was cance]d later lhbut ite
ia.-to them also. He will be 9 next month and is explanato.
Well boys I hope you take this advice from me because reported to be feeling the strain "
I.would like to see you all come back to America and live a of government responsibilities, -, '
happy life but if you go to China or any other Communist In addition to his government r'o a."i ,_ l.,
country there will be trouble and a dark picture in store for responsibilities he has in recent J tion,
Well I'll have to close here because my plane Is waiting a series of top level conferences. a
for. me and my destination is home with my loved ones. ndgS Ch 4lA
I hope you guys will drop your idea and sincerely hope to Members of the cabinet, and
e all of you in the US. especially Eden. feel Churchill rote ;U:
Bye for now. should not leave the country un- r O W
Always your friend. le s an emergency requires It, 1w Y
(Signed) Edward S. Dickenson. informants said. But he is re- NEW YORK, Oct. 26 (UP) be com-let :. .'T
----------------ported still "obsessed" with the MaJ O Kn. Wiliam F. Dean2 (P wil Ther .m' p ag IiOir
Belle Toil ens idea he must help save the get a ,010'. welcome from. the al tw l qow L
La Belle Tolls U peace ofthe world for a genera Aion' o o
vi Ition or, more as the last contri- The t-year-old hero Of. re
N, Oct. 24 (UP)-Com- Ln h"tion of a life marked by out- on," who was held prisoer over Amerl
Eric Pape and Frank Lee To Ltdon Work standing statesmanship, he K or e a n Communists o al
-ay they boarded a train three years, will ride up Bro $ ovr t
it suburban homes, fells On Triese Problem Authoritative sources a d way through a deluge of iera
ad discovered upon wak- rirestero erhl feels the West has tape and confetti with cretd1 ,
had tak en the boat I missed an important opportunity cheering him along the wae a
to France.. i./ ILmang the right psychological At a reception at CityHl
will be another nightmare WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 (UPI moment for an approach to the mayor will award him the S
lning to our wives when we The State Department has Kremlin pass. That moment, he Medal of Honor andhro t
ome" Pape said sent Western European expert,--..... was shortly afterthe distinguished o oorand esptona
home," Pape said. Homer M. Byington, Jr., to Lon- death of Premier Josef Stalin public service
don to meet with British offi- wnen his heirs were confused Honored with theg v Iw l
-.,. Nippy Bondits cials on the Trieste dispute. and weakened by internal trou- be six enlted m
ble. beside him at- e a'
ORN--._B h A Department spokesman said Sine he first made his pro- Dean i e
-JOHANNESBURG. South Afrl- Byington will confer with the posal for top level taks May 11 here from Wahhm-to
as,.Oct. 26 P Poice look- Brtih on possible ways of gra- Churchill is said to have become plane with h1 Wife.
cash register of a gas ta- Btish zone of Trieste to Italy cessof suqh talks. Now he be- city as i t send a
tion of $26.88 while menacing the without making the move offen- lives they could be only of an ex- to yslute &te erbal. t d I y, 6. ..t,-
alttendant with a live lobster. sive to Yugoslavia. ploratory nature. only oHe will return to WVt@t hrle i etls
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