The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01759
 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.
 Record Information
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: AA00010883:01759
 Related Items
Related Items: Panama America

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who refused to sign a germ warfare confession i%
of 553 days of torture said today he got the "works"
the Comimnists and once was even placed before a 4W.
ing squad.
'The Reds put me before 15 men armed with rifle
said 1st Lt. James L. Stanley, 24. "They were quite
vincing. I thought, "Tls is the end'."
But they did not shoot, Stanley said, '1 g.eii_ -I.
ing I would evehteaeir brek." He never did.
Of 10 American iers whose affidavits were
ed to the United Notblns yesterday, Stanley wai-ses 4
two who refused to "confess"
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Qtammand officials
that the Allies were
tab e further action
Sarmstice ma-
the Communists
murder of Amer-
the Reds tried to
Le W ess" to germ war-
^ pe N. spokesmen in
p ad oul declined cor.-
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u prist pson camp tor-
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W e pthleased that ths

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Krgean& prison camps but
i't 1nislnW" pUots who
Atioad by the Communists
fA warfare charges. t
repatriated or reported
Wire on the list sublmt-
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O.1onumuts on the nmil-
Sarmnistice commission
tily have denied that any
Remain to be accounted
% ms been known In
lmd Seoul since the reps;
of Air Force and .M-
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si he believed the
iknamp worked epeclaly
lard to get a eonfalon from
bam because they had been able
to obtain such e on Ws from
other men of h.uadron.
"After you've klr the Reds'
tretipt for wile," e said,
"oU'ra not. aware of exactly
'if.si p S< YOU walk a
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bed. 16 a2T "d before the fir-
.leM .he received no
pr',in it / oji', howeer.
Nov' onTd. 1lee from Boiling
Field. Wimineto, in order to
rt UDp, be is visiting his par-
ents In 7errum, Va., with his
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;the Wgitt". Mfintis yesterday
I t ny Amerion psners
Un e were tortured deast
I.! an-directed attempts to
o false germ-war contes-
Arlteian United Watlons de-
4ate Dr. Charles Mayo made
th ebsrge before the U. N.
t. lkeled the methods ued
'tte mssians sad their
allies In extertlg
ta the xel-
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rae -b y the Soviet belegilt
Mayo id the teams that
worked .on American POWs in
K rea 'were "past nmters at
the bnasess of getting the kind
of confessions they want."
ae -rem r ded the 0-nation
main Political Committee that
chief oviet delegate Andrel Y.
Vishila l "i an authority on
this mbJhtL" Vislhnel y was not
on hand to hear Mayo describe
his talents.
The Americas delegate, a
world-renowned physician from
the Mayo Brothers Clinic in
S.tcheter, Minn. said the Unit-
ed Sates would star at =n
the U. N.'s kerowar resolution
of lt spring.
That woeimal clled for eras-
toa of a fiver,ltton neutMl
comaumison to conduct an on-
4heapot inquiry Into the germ-
war aLUes, but the Comman-
lists tet sd to cooperate.
"p new resoltion." Mayo
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9 IT H NTra *S P 0 BoX 134. PANAMA. R. O P
S WHO Wrst PANAMA NOE. C0740 0B51.14NM a1d
R'UCALI ABPt NAhcrawlse.wt. i. sAMA
Oft" oQICE. 4'70 CINTRAI AV9NUF *&TWAIM 121#4 1N(4 ISTH 8Ti119 P A 1kI
a4 MA4 1 ON AVE N.W YVORK 17 N YV. o Ul
Va, MO*. o. A. VAeoes 6.. I TO a.90"
Per *IX MONTH N seAVANCEI *m0 Soo By. Vict U
_".* -,.a .A eVAN,,,,-. no .** o. I can respect Martin r Durktn "
as a man and a labor leader d
IS YOUR iPORUM THEI RADIRS OWN COLUMN still have.nothinf but
"for that part of his P la
Union which crawls with
1T H EC A A IL O if in St. Louls and for the RA,
1 C I I A Local which for many years per-
mitted the Ku Wux Sin to AT 4lB tO N
t The Mail ttx s n open tcu.n fr ,reo,.rs ut the Panee Amer. meet In one of Its union halls. %$AL W M N WM iNt--
isMa. Lefton w rectived **tul.y Eno are healed is a wholly 460i.* That v as Local 72 Il Atlanta,
1 ea. Ll ai e |red w y -to be exact, and I recall wig
It Vu contribute a letter deal' be impatient it it doesn't appear theInto the room at 1 10.8Il
S et day. Loeas are published m the order received. St. sick to my stomach wbn I
Pl e Crto to keep the letters limited to *one page length. saw small eleditrflled cre.
WORMteat letter writers a held in strictest conideace. plugged into sockets to light up
This n wseper assumes no responsibility tr statements as epiniS in Imitation of the largIr ones
hmpmed a esters eem e they burned out of doors.
4l sed let fom .This did not mean that Mar-
f-tin Dirkin would aot 'h ve '
OUR SHOW S SLIPPING been sickened, too, had be seen a
it. It means that many. good .BuT MOsr o Em v
Sir: men of labor have just aetyo *-f:e im ta -
liced their sprawling orgalis-
I wi ll bet money on it that you won't publish this. tions and they are no .fae-
tWnat hs h. ppenitu to 'e An.iina AiAerican in the past Ing an oversized wave of *x-
week? la it, ilce 'various divisions or tie 'anama Canal organi- posure%, Investlgations and
zatlon, undergoing a siege of "-izing?" sandals for which they will be
For lour ays there was no Mail Box. A crossword puzzle blamed unless they stop talk-
and .assorted bis o0 ooner plate occLpiec the sp.ce. After lour Ing of all labor an a siagle, sel-
days of silence, we are treated to an ecstatic blurb by some be- id thing of purity which can
righted lnmi.i uual w1o couisickrs the Canal Zone a -"and of wrke no errors.
Dromlse." In the sunday morning news section a travelogue on All this comes up now because
Guatemala (at present a hoibed of communism) spreads over a of a revolt In the ranks by a
good half of the page ordinarily devoted to world events. powerful union chief against this
Not that I dislike travelogues; in iact, I prefer them to reams ohilosoohy of defying A garg.n-
of filler anent modern methods oi home decoration and recipes tuan bloc ef 16,0"0,000 working L Wi t
guaranteed to make Commissary food taste like epicurean dell- people -.s a monolith to be wor- ,W UNCLE AM.
cacles. But I prefer travel articles confined to their rightful shined by ll.
place, which is definitely not half of the space customarily ac- This rebellious labor chief is '
corded actual news. Guy L. Brown, the Grand Chief i
Thie "land of promise" blurb is decidedly suspicious and I Enolneer of the Brotherhood of
am wondering if we are not being subtly propagandized 'via the Locomotive Engineers. who has
medium oi the Mail Box. In view of recent spectacular promo- not had the bugles blown for '
tions on the Zone, this blurb makes its appearance at a moment him In the past. He rises in
too coincidental to be entirely accidental. wrpth new -.not as a Republi-
Possibly long contact with governmental processes inculcates !an or a Democrat beraise of
a jaundiced attitude toward these Horatio Alger promotions. And N!.bor's official blasts at Prei-
-possibly we are, as we will be accused, just plain jealous. Be that dent Eltenhower. Brown says -
as it may, I do not believe any of u,3 would be averse to consider- give the man a fair trial. ..______
Ing the Canal Zone a land o0 opportunity If we could accomplish "Lbor canont be lumped all
the miracle of an offlce-boy-to-president ascendency in a month's together by ut. by management.
time. or by labor leaders themselves," I;
If. perchance, Minority Pete was the recipient of ond of these 1rown told his people, referring ui4P
Algerian promotions, his use of the cognomen "Minority" is, for- to Durkin's charge that Pre'l-
S tunately, apropos,. Luckily bureaucratic fear of adverse criticism dent Elsenhower had W: to him
confines these meteoric c. reers to a minority; otherwise we would *In all the recent hage. and By Peter Ed
be deluged with Superintendents. Assistants to the Superinten- .ounter-charges. no' parSo of-
delit, Assistants to the Assistants, and what-nut. flcally has been given the riht ~
The lowly employee who has no influential friends, or whose to express the sentiment of the WA8HINGTON-(NA)-A new way to get rid But
scruples prohibit wire-pulling, has a difficult enough time as it Brotherhood of Lotomotivi, En. of Democratic hold-p sr officials who woit re Jobs
Ii battling for his rights. The Mail Box is the only outlet-he has rineers with reference to the 'sigi their positions to make way for Repu 0lea4 .l
Or airing his resentment, so let's keep it clean of these not-too- Administration and any recent appointees has been suggested to the Elsenhower Th
subtle paens of praise penned by the Alger boys. And let's keep development. administration. It is to "reorganize" them out set
the travelogues where they. belong-on the Inside pages with the "It is a bad mind-habit in this of their jobs. north
rtst of the boiler pl" te-e% en if they aren't authentic boiler plate. country -to thlik of all labor or The stuatio has come to a head in the impas- stat
Incidentally. I happened to read a letter to the Mail Box Ill monalement standln. irre- se over the War Claims Comnlstion. fund
submitted by a friend a week or so ago. We have boh been watch- vocPhlv against each oer or The three commlioeners are: Qlairman Daniel Japs
ktg for it, but so far it has not apocared. Was it also censored another wrnlp of Amf ean-l p- Cleary, a hicago lawyer; Mrs. GeOrgib L. t tl
Jider the new regime which seems to have taken over The Pan- sen<:" said the Oolef nfneerw Lusk, a member of tSW 10th Cgress ftro New nI
sgnt American? "There Is eanUhta e Mexico, and Myra. Wei r, New York lawyer Th
-rem"nt amSA eatt-l e- Is- with considerable eilpdence In the Par ast. All used
-Keep It Clean. bor-poor mqaagim t,and were pointed to off~Ie by Present Truman. Act,
Irrerenalbilty evei el e Several weeks the White Hous let the pen
(Now much was that you said yon'd bet?-Ed.) emplore organizations. w three memer- V i c mimlslo know that moni
------.era, employers and ade their resignations;would be aeeftoble. Thet -
^ - ROVerlt"Rent oae h a e .te decided they wouldn't resign as ther Lob were mlli
I etf k this.created by the Wa Claims Act of TU. e owB- ao
u.Lt l thle"fore, ask o1urselves mission wa originally formed lot nv ea rar too
ALL TH IS AND or hends to be more an amendmnsit extended Its le" 1 i i Mae, ca
tALL TH IS AN D a.or thinior ItI ly agreed that nft
.... r Derenniped to do ; within
-Z[Il l O !I f'rr hoe for the fuie In until t -tw_nd works Bin m,
CR..EDI I', I s tion such osurq "restolnlp"' as ; mak: ii5 Bp a flmntttsiinru
T'on our f*lth in the d dJudq. ain getk S often Unumbento -hein B -
2ment of all 'it*lren. ,Just as w, all the mornee. ao sh
ourselves wold reset 'way fro- It ld be law, alla-. y
ATHE DIAMOND YOU BUT Iro*eure and tundeessPrv n,'me- ng the old ad crealag new on. a
ACnvent Me IB: "alliag so must we expect other But with the~,im shaky control whh di
me"e ,to react. ,he Republlana now exercise over Congress. that. buI
t Credit Terms 100% FLAWLESc "In nRv humble opinion, th might be Impoible. is in
K a pAT WHITEr PRmSent nTw mHTt loo- Pa
May B Arranged UREST WHITE theirr ollckl]P to Its 1e rel. The suggested alternative is to put the War mll
S _FINEST CUT lors 'noltev before rertine out- Claims Commission through ex-President HO6v- In
modd technloves land us p her's reorganization wringer. All this would be ent
HTOGRHEST BRILLIANCE t'Rear eve the s tin Rnd snriallv donq in the name of increasing the etlclency of dw
of vh,.h we will ngt be able to the orgnltion and achievig greater govern
ertse." he continued. meant econotbly. .W
Here rown ha a point. Labor Thl reorganization would still require con- In th
Here Brown hed a point. Labor a gresslal approval. but It wVU14 be h neat po- coo
Iv bein7 covered nowt mas- l trick fit could be aciw ea &It ight
as thie akinner wstorykings of merely not create many new jobs for theRepublicans. theV
S000 person in 75,OC0 local unions
WithLea billions in their combined
N.xt to the Control Theatre treasuries buth as coalition
_______ t which affects our national and
ti me] tlonal as well as precinct elec- W c iell
-.001' 1 1 0tions. America's crime and cru-
sades. -
If there la evil, it will be re- BROADWAY DIGEST- Very
ported not As a blast against the "Ladim of the Cwrideor" (at the Imgaere) is can't
philosophy of trade unionism, bet in Its opening set whilh has seven swift dine
CN ALbut In the same manner that ede and la stgeful ot the Theteri First- and.
one covers the police courts, the Ldles. The ad At is net lIt 1rt ;..."take a ...;i
TOAState Dept. and the Pentagon. Giant Step'" has bakeOrs.. .'*"5 ," th lea out 01
.The leader of the 70,000 merm- laster-.ilm. mark the tie bn. d
T O A CNTUIT bears of the Brotherhood of Lo- neTl ha been sereened...Kirk *l0o* the l1
(^RHIT ceomotlve Englineera does well to Hll d a rHe aet'ra, ay:_ "Ilj iN
o-lnt out the need for labor to a _o and I seed la a iB l .. ig
'J ^esentS"* re-examine its public relations The prices of stardom: Deborah itar U *
P!.Srfltt policy. 'Tea & Sympathy," a Breaiuay b twe Wqpa
After Brown made this speech films "(Bternity" and "J. q~4a.wer Cleta
to his convention, he received a medies oders to refralp from a- pla-
-letter from John Steelman, the opt her strenuous role la She I..q.P .L9 "A
SA rore 'Assistant President" of to ieSdway." the seenarole by .
S TECHNICOLOR RELEASE the United'8tattes in two regimes R. 3. Sherwood and G. Rapla e
M Tc... -M NT-OMF*v -. To, IJ.IITER .thought you tterd words aee in "Mad as a is his l 1_
wisdom and wish more people way sown. The reviews for hi S M b f -_i
The Ambush Th tarted To which Brown said: the huge newspaper ads. .
ofte view te worl with bind Anne Vernon, leading lady of "The LItle Hiut.' h1 e
ot Let o thers do it if they was stricken with a mystery dozen set (
1r 0ey hours before oe4nlng*nlsht,.. andW ^ 8i?
m b let us serve our peo- se were worrled..She failed to rapdd.. Pai

Suc pbi kling On a pbIn a larer ee"Trd h nurse who said the cr praecu aw BO the "h
rfrnto KaSseahew- Ipulse...But Mias Vernon went onm. for th r- 'ties.
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W 9 said. "a coside the present tually" a ghost...The phyican was the meet dI whw
regime sa pportulnity for la* amaed member of that audience.. ."I can't be-, the. d
her to demnEstrate to manage- lieve it," he Maid. '"he was dead a few hours the cc
meat heo" g Amerleas ee- agol" Yorke
S operate with a ,pueepe's ae -the to
d date demoeratealy registered. "The Robe." wlh g ever a I a a l
Organised labor mint dedit mouth. gives-e* Ind aw of
-from a 'Ilave-em bleding,' rlywods aEl. e leedhg s..
unsubtle apprbesh while ie wreith, ab b '4
friends. er raem), i new
"Our own organization has one CIi G
of its finest officers Harrison fa
Hobart workln with the Ad- TWO"
Ml|traIStaou as Asst. Secretary PM w U
of r2 want to
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faybauk of South C
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ra bartlingfor :t 48o that
e- only a may **i Ather-
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sent to 01o." Bhider cal-
led for "dtc" aid te.
Sen, W. A. _Mibhr of
Florida cale. 'tr mmare "elec-
toive" ai d to ",MtiMrds like
ly Greece and 'arkey bew we get
some etup In. ,A mu uwurlty."
r.-Sen. Healso a ild l topla-
inrg off our obgattons to bol-
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ce America."
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s a Canal Oldtimer
o Dies At Corozal
Jl aIn .John P. Laiuth well-known old
S timer andr-fomn* r Vanal em-
W ac' pioy died tuday venlp in
C. orw l odth 1olloweg a
'h long illnew.. He wa 74 years of
nd age.
T^ -l Mr. Latith first arived on the
d n theAtmus dung th earlycon-
Ie in structl6an ays and oe as
054. plumber in Pan a for several
wslftary years before he =oied the banal
of the organlation as a pipe fitter with
I f In- the Building Dlvion.
lucton He 'renignid roa Canal serv,
danger ice after being emped less
than a year and uig hat time
Gen has worked on ca .tze Pan-
ama. For a Ume.he was connect-
hd ed with the, Central American
e at-PtumbfgC0.
c vice Surviving hinm a a.Aiater, Mrs.
2 and John Krter of 22 Millicent Ave-
amittee nue, Buffalo,-N. .,who has been
eioalons. notified of hi death.
AftMt a Funeral arrahngements will be
f world announced later.

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the 129 passengers sailing today
from New York on the Cristoba
of the Panama Line for Cristo
bal according to the advance
passenger list received here. Al
booked to sail on the ship are
Si passengers destined for Port'
sauPrmice, Haiti.
Among the passengers booked
for Cristobal are Carl J. Browne
chief of Maintenance Division
southern District; Charles H
rawford, chief of Local-Rate
EmplQyment Branch, Personne
Bureau: and' James A. Yates
chef of U.S.-Rate Employment
Branch Personnel Bureau. They
are accompanied by their fami-
The complete advance passen-
ger list for Cristobal follows:
..Earl Albertson: Mr. and Mrq.
Howard 0. Anderson; Mr. and
Mrs. Norman C. Anderson and
2 children: Mrs. Genarina Arro-
cha; Miss Natalie Aclin: Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Bellamy: Mr. and
Mrs. Mirt Bender; Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Brown: Mr. and
Mrs. Carl J. Browne and 2 chil-
dren; Vernon L Clontz; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Cole and son; Mr.
and Mrs. Charles H. Crawford;
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. Douglass;
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Dud-
ley; Mr. ard Mrs. John M. Ea-
Mrs. Marion Fabrega and son;
Harry B. Friedland: Mr. and
Mrs. Fred L. Gilbert; Mr. and
Mrs. Vincent J. Gonzalez; Mr.
and Mrs. Hector M. Grant; John
W Hall; Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Harria; Alfred D. Heinselman;
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hendricks
and granddaughter Lethia E.
Otway; Mr. and Mrs. John F.
Henneasy, Jr.: Mrs. Rosa B.
Heyer; Miss Margaret Hoffman:
Paul D. Hoffman: Mr. and Mrs.
George A. Ingebretsen: Mr. and
Mrs. Winfield 8. Ireland and 2
children; and Mr. and Mrs. Clif-
ford S. Jones:
Mrs. Elsie Kaiser: Mr. and
Mrs. DJaniel P. Kiley; Ernesto
Koh;n Miss Edith A. Koiner;
Miss Ramona E. Lefevre; Miss
XlUva Lefevre; Anthony G. Lynn;
John G. McCoy: Mrs. Helen Me-
weewn and daughter; Andres
Mlatesta; iss Esther Malates-
ta; Mi*s Della Malatesta; Mr.
ad Mrs. Leon J. Malock;- Mr.
rgaret M. Mason; Miss Mar-
g0r: Mason: Mrs. Easle Mastel-
; Mr. anl Mrs. Bruce Mathe-
; Mr and Mrs. Henry H.
eyer; Miss Gertrude M I Mil-
S; Miss Olga Murillo: Mrs.
[etiole Murohv: Miss Mary Ann
aiurphy: Morgan J. Neabrey;
aMrs. Doris Planoss Mr and
IMrs. Charles E. P"e' Mr. Pnd
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iildrn: ?rr. .-nl Mrs.. Danlel
feldaond: Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
4t Ro manm Mr- and Mrs.
ra 'o -A. de Roux; M). Mad
Sa. Guillet-m A.'de Roux: Mr.
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- and 2 children; Reuben 86id-
g man; Maurice Wayne Sherry;
y Mr. and Mrs. Richard Silver;
1 Mr. and Mrs. William R.
- Staats; Charles S. Stanley; Miss
e Eleanor Storer; John Story. and
- wife; Mrs. Bertha Tormey; Mr.
e and Mrs. John Paul, Vranesic;
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Wise-
man; and Mr. and Mrs. James
d A. Yates; and Mr. and Mrs.
, Daniel Zitzman and daughter.
. Caronia To Make Spring Cruise
From New York May 11
1 A 40-day European spring
. cruise has been set for the fa-
t mous world cruise liner Caronia,
leaving New York next May 11.
- and visiting 15 ports in 13 coun-
tries on all 11.581-mile itinerary.
according to an announcement
by Vincent A. Demo, general
manager of the Cunard LIMe In
the US.
Highlighting the 1954 cruise,
which is the third successive Su-
ropean spring cruise for the
popular cruise liner, are three
stops which have not previously
been included. They are Barce-
lona, Spain, where cruise pas-
sengers will be able to see a bull-
fight; Bangor (for Belfast) in
Northern Ireland; and Rotter-
dam, which will mark the first
call at Holland for a Cunard
cruising ship since the war.
The 15 ports on the 1954 spring
cruise itinerary of the Caronia
are Funchal, Madeira;, Oasa-
blanrrea, French Morocco; Palma,
Mallorca: Barcelona; Ville-
frinche, France; Malaga, Spain;
Lisbon, Portugal; Glengariff and
Dun Laoghaire in Ireland: Ban-
gor; Gothenburg, Sweden; Osla,
Norway;, Rotterdam: Havre,
France; and Southampton, Eng-
land. A complete schedule of
shore excursions is being ar-
ranged by Thos. Cook & Son.
The 34,000-ton Caronia will
provide luxury hotel accomoda-
tlon for passengers taken the
cruise, a annual Cunard event
for tourists who prefer a leisure-
ly approach to their Cunard
event for tourists who prefer a
leisurely approach to their Eu-
ropean vacation.
Local Agents for The Cpnard
Steam-Ship Company. Lilted,
are The Pacific Steam Naviga-
tion Company, Cristobal, C. Z.

3-D Movies Bring
Out Eve Defects
ROCHESTER. N Y., Qct. 27
(UPi-An unexpected effect- of
those new three dimensional
movies is the uncovering of
unrecognized sight defects, a
prominent optometrist believes.
Dr. Henry W. Hofatetter, di-
rector of the Division of Opto-
metry at Indiana University,I
said here recently that the use
of polarized glasses for depth
perception has led manymovie
fans to discover aght defects
thty never knew they had. *
Hwver, the professor be-
lievds that most persons who o
can't see depth in 3-D films
probably can be helped by op-
Hofstetter explained that the
reaction Is similar to that ex-
perienced by some people 60
years ago, who found they
could not see the three-dimen-
sional effect in sterposc op i c .
Photographs in the home.
and Moon are doing well for
trout fishermen W. W; Mocn,
who owns a cabin cruiser wkth
I-' son for use -bv fishermen,
-*"s his ads:.- W. W. Moon and


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DEPARTING cowv mONORED the f oraf as mbsir -*
-AT BALLOWn'I -^pmCE :zk.fl airet7TE^-'
i A asqueiade huo was held at the Elks' Club. Saturday fId, I um t e;n
^W. i (evening. at wbi* Mlma goodbyes were mid to Mr. and Mrs. makre Suie. PBuge
Warren Wath "ad PMr. ad ,Mrs. W. E O'Hayer. OrMa Jo Autek.
.., T.. '-. ... Mr. Wathen ~e signed arrived by plane Friday from boB,,Pt .Th,"-- nley
the Panama Canal, and Mr. have completed their ba ..' o is
OHayer has realWe isb post- training In the U. a. Army., S B aWkt Wor .
tion with the Hbilto WorksnThey will leave nest Sunday p lAs-t were sP b- O -
Department at the Coao Solo to return to Camp.. o th Pa an, A ndy ,ie 'ey
Naval Station. They are leav- The other members ofthe- f c
Ing with the faunmilins to re- family at the dinner were: Mr., Gaten Civil th
side in the United tatst. land Mrs. William gger, Mr. tathe.ua rCivi e me ai
Ailgator walet. were pre- and Mrs. George ger, Jr lT Oatrd Cvt c A t -ea
sented the honorInscribed and Derek, Lynn and Eddie ready to cast its-net product .
In gold with there Ir I and IEgger. l a 0dJ raae,
B.P.O.E. 1542. Mr. George Tul-I A 'T en h i l c rid2s Savage." t M
ly, "chairman of the dance, i Captain and Mrs. r oil Ler hol Lo re ..r. "
made the presentations. s Leaving Thursday r, .
The Club was beautifully Captain and Mrs. B. F. Roll, Tryouts will be haled Woedns-
desorated with the allowe'en I of Fort Davis are leaving with day adn Thursday, u Or 2
color and symbols for the their children, Lynne, Pamela, and 29 at 7 p.m. In the ,asee
occasion. Prizes for costumes Brooks, Deborah and. Jonathan bnd-floor community poe of
went to Mr. and t.r. Leland for duty at Camp Carson, o- the Gatun Clubhouse. In tih
Larrison, dressed as '49ers; Mrs. I lorado. Captain Roll has been cast there are six women a*M
SWathen as a witch, and Mr. stationed with the 370th at five men.
SHannberg as a baby. Davis and as Post Engineer at All Interested Atlantic
Mr. Earl Sto. e presented Mrs. Fort Amador. residents are cordially invIte
Wathen a gift of a matched The will visit In Windsor, to participate.
set of Siamese Jewelry from Canada, Indianapolis, Holden- t e
the Elks, in appreciation ofher and San Bernardino and Mo- Card Party At Gata
services in assisting with the desto, California, where they ,at.e C lU rch
bingo games at the Club. Vrin-i' spend the holidays with A pariah card party is to h4
Their families. held in the community roon.
Mr. eaan Of N-E of the Immaculate Cancp
S w New York, Entertalned Preferential Tea Held Church in Gatun, Wednesda
AN5ub hArS amk b ame adtlls Mr. Ralph Kating, an offi- I At Hotel Washingtoen October 28 at 7:30 p.m.
p"aI d frisk -- male ale dish f-tm cial of the United Fruit Comn- The Beta Chapter of Beta The admission fee is a Idam
pany from New York was the Sigma Chi Sorority held their tiob of canned food for the o '
Chcagofriend, Beth sw 3* G -r Mge Min H l honored guest at a buffet sup- Preferential Tea in the Lounge cpg Mson s.
I t fand her Associate, T5 t avh ) er given by Mr. and Mrs. Wil- of the Hotel Washington, Sun-
h ~ -Cam pbtell l ta- One r1% to in. li l dy am Middlemas at their Bra- day afternoon. Mrs. B. F. Slaughter and Mrit
tbr ham steaks id eat hami, 2 tablespoons orange ar zos Heights residence, Saturday Mrs. Norma DeVoll and Mrs. A. H. -ers are chaitine
S and e unusually a f P each marmalade, honey, or evening. Mary Danielson presided at the for the pan A special guet
'it. Complete mJooa b" e n ugeAr mixed with a table- The other guests included: tea table, which was centered for the evening will be Fathe
t what span e mustard h Mr. and M:s. William E. Aadms with pink carnations and gilJohn Kelly, C.M., the new peas
at h eat the broling event. lash Mr. and Mrs. Sam Puller, Mr. ger lilies. The flowers also tr.
t braller. Rareo a. edges of ham 0 prevent and Mrs. Mike Brzeshinski, Mr. centered the Individual tables. All members of the parish
wlth yor tfor ruling. Broil ham allce for 10 and Mrs. Charles Will and Mr. Mrs. Jean Judge, president, are cordially invited to attda
ael minutes. Turn with t and and Mrs. Herbert Lewis. received the guests. The pledges the Bundles for Bocas Car
be broing. brol until brown. wth Mr. Keating has been a guest were: Eva Harte, Elsie Hoberg, Party. There will be a door
of fat torange or peach e or at the Hotel Washington since Vr ginia Pillot, Eve Oweps, A- prime and table prizes.
prevet cuig.l i.1oe there sweet topping. Serve hot. Tuesday. He crossed to the nita Oberholtzer, Dorothy Here-
g rak so that.-V. sau- NOTE: Slices of ready-to-eat Pacific Side Sunday, be f o r e ford. E. wead AnneacemeMtsM -
IsoItse eIboatci picnic or cooked ouelea aboul- continuing his trip to South Elbert Wald, American Le-
rea of he der butt or Canadlax.s i ate bacon America. Elleen Wilson, of Balboa, was lerAuxlia, Unit 2, will
may be broiled n this way. visitor from Alpha Chapter. meet Wednesday at 7:n p,3 m.
re v et RFarewell Affairs Honor The other members prent at the Legion Hall in Old 0
St a dserve.'V i B LNGSCH UL Matthews Family included: Mrs. KathleeNBuff to
t az -oe r (Cured pork I bib thick) Mr. and Mrs. T. Mat- man, Pat Brenner, Joyce Haw- Mrs. Muriel Haywood wi
Stype honet r Modern tender ham slices, thews and daughter. Patsy Lee, thorne, Harriett Berg Bev preside at the meeting.
S t brol 10 minutes. are leaving the lthmus Thurs- Berger, Carol Gesink,A rdten Post No. 2 will hold an
the rack y t Ready-to-eat han or picnic day to reside In Mechanicibar, Welch, Jean Coffey, Lots han- installationn on November 11
me om the bottom, a.B nlt- slices, brol minute~ Pa. A number of Informal af- non, Nancy Ramsey, Margaret 7 p.m. Immediately followi t
I the cooking time. If this type Hiome-cooked ham or picnic fairs have been arranged In Howell, Edwina Mercer, and installation there will be a
of 0irler rack preheated, this slices, broil 5 minute. their honor. Trudy Gibn. luck supper.
will also decrease the uptig Times are for broiling on each The Sorority W hold. *
time. aide. Lieutenant and Mrs J. N. meeting at the Club room at
.McCabe entertained with a Fort Gulick, Wednesdayr at JUST ICECI
supper party at their quarters 7:30 p.m. All pledges are in- CIICKEN W
on the Cboo Solo Naval Sta- vited to attend, and
tion, Friday evening for Mr. -- and
and Mrs. Matthews. Miss Hmphrey .Celebrates Fn W in
Lieutenalt. Commander and Birthday Amafte ray INI .,Ai
Mrs. Joh ,8.' Culp, 3rd, wee' Mr.And M't. B. D. Hr npbrq T W4,
also present, -of Crlstoba1 enterttlned wwh COUDIG
buffet uwr at bt ohe Give a new aU.
Mrs. Joseph, Kirby gave an in New ristobal tDe nigt o e w I
Informal morning coffee father to. aPnor their dauhate, o I
quarters for Mrs. Matthews. JeanO,. n betw f Wi& *en bre d

A bon voage f of e Cr- ASA MUROZ
rings w -pre-ented the or n- The following younMgI s ae b "r a
oree. s k attended the party apd spent

A family supper party ws
gvyen the Matthews family at
"te Cria6bal Yacht Club by
Mr. CpG Mrs. Joseph Bialos- MR. HARRY Y.- MAN AND FAMILY
ki and fainily, Sunday evening.
i f y d nFor the kind of sympathy and all floral offerings
oDa ee 8 C oe SoloI extended to us in the passing of
Fasrn 106 sponsored the ROSA L. CHAN
dance em at the Cooo Solo,
I4 t uda by over ta We xpress our heartfelt thanks.
e W 'was served from
aA an ted barrel by a' -
were given for cos-
tun w Mr. Al Stokhause,
AP'.Jr., as a Zombi, being pro-
*nounced, the most original. The
anS oco Solo land nurse. 4y w -b
An eD formed by Lieuten-
ant Mrs.A. L. Raithel
a"n CatIn and Mrs. A. B.
,r., received a prize.
~and Mrs. William
_as a couple of trees,
"ev. te most original couple.
,. J. L. Zariello nerved as

and 3a. whes who tied for
Cheat n Llentenanat H. R.
it wa the lucky night for
w uad'r and Mrs. W. E.
:r-: aby Foods the spot dance prize.
Baby Foods for the occasion was
Mettle .Nlect b y the "Starlighters."
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..... .. --AOR .A-- -- W eA e lueb a Aeemes e r electric refrigeration, gas stoves,
. OR SALE:-Tho brand raw 6 cu. FOR SALE-1947 Studebaker Cham- 205I A C S moderate roe is Phone 0-441 er
$225.00 each. W works either on 25 00. Call Cristobal 3-1727. DR. W ENOEHAKE. Medicale1-#o.e H.-- e- ', r '' a. Also
Sft electric Servel refrigerators, pion with rdio nd heater $395 4S67 .-
Sor 60 cycles. Refer to Diablo furni FOR SALE:-1947 Oldsmobild Tudor Corner telephone. 2-34'9. Panomo. -n- COS Campana mn. r ti,. ij
ture store. Central Avenue No. 86. Six Hydromatic, radio $550.00.- .---8. .-- Phori lSHRAJPNIL, aBob" 13818
Phone 2-2404. 1952 Morris convertible new top ?OSITIONS AVAILABLE: For 50 or c oSr e 5. ii
FOR SALE: Diningroom and bed-. $650.00. Coll Balboa 4171. word per minute or bEtter typist: .
and teletype operators. English Fosfe& Cowt"g. One ift 04 post
rooms sets por ally new Ih -FOR SALE: -- 1942 Dodge 2 Door spelling a must qualification. Write Santo Claro P lse brln yVu
pieces or b sets,original price $1,- Sedan, good condition. $300.00. qualifications and references for lines. Phon. Balboa 2.1865.
S000. Will sacrifice for$ 00- House No. 745-B, Balboa. Phone appointment to Manager Box 693 WILLAM', t. C ch Cot. I
cisco. Tel. 2-3518. Ancon. C. Z. toes. Large comfortable, modern
- - -FOR SALE: Used Standard Fore m i/ith your car as security, we will or bcoch. Bolboao 050 sicepiI
FOR SALE:- Chinese Perug, (Imperialo 1950 V-8 heads, intake manifold, lend you whatever. amount you wkends.
agodAft :00 p12. Phone ao fuel pump,carburetor, Crankshaft desire For details cail at our of- Ph c a nto
i658. After 1:00 P. Cashaft, pistons, rods, goad can- fice. Central Avenue No. I. Clara. Box 45, Balboa. Phone!
FOR SALE: Apartment size, gs edition, reasonable. Also RCA stand- Paa 187 Crist l 167
stove, good condition. $25.00. ard shortwave table radio $15.00 FOR SALE
Apartment 22 building 9, 44th. Fort Sherman 6-2291.F OR RENT-
St. ______ ______ FOR SALE:-Conopy Express Truck fltacellaneous FO N
FOR SALE:-8 cu. ft. General Elec- 1 /2 ton. Chevrolet, in good con- .LR SALE:-Jsd Apa.t nt I
tric refrigerator, like new, $200. edition ix good truck tires. Hop- R SALE:-Used machinery: auto-
t0, new Bendix automatic wash- kins No. 65, 4th of July Ave. matic washers, extractors, com- ATTrNTION 6. L Just built modern.
6 R A dmerciol gas dryer, 110-220 volfs, furnished daprtmment, one,, t w c
ing machine, $200.00. Both 60 OR SALE:Ford Ranch Wcgon 52 gas water hear capacity 650 Gals. bedrooms hotcold water. Tel I
cycle and one chrome dinette set with radio, like new, only 10,000 per hoir, commercial ironing ephone Pomanna .4941.. I
$25.00. Call Kobbe 6118. miles; Comd. Mosteison. Quarr ord:, 1950 Chevrolet .dan dell- hone a PameS I
FOR SALE: Double bed metal Heights 3212. very, qcod condition. El Lovama- ALAMBRA APAnTMENTS |
complete child's closet (w;ih el- FOR SALE:-*948 Hjud n Sedan tico 8054, l11th Street Tel. 1462, Modern 2, 4un 5 rooms, furnishea1
ement), steel buffet, 4 diningroom overdrive, ladio, 3 gcs cent, new Colon. _1or unfut shted. A brs Offiel-i
chairs. metal chairs, (folding) jock, 4 good t:es. $5C0.00. / S,'.E;-* Siper grade Argus Spot- ephne 1386 t Colon. el-
table, fo:'ing screen, mirror, end sell. Leaving C.t. 29. Sgt. B.oc: tima o -op. New, perfect condition C RENT: Furi rtment, 2
tables, play pen. Call anytime 2- Ponorra.2-4630. with leather ce~e, ccrr/ir.g strap F bRENT:-Fudrrtoosvptiortment, 2
2746. Y FOR SALE :Ford Stion Wagon 52. ond tripod adapter $1 15 value. bedrooms, liv two w din 50nrci
ANT T BUY new. lr tires andradio. Wi'l sacrifice for $75.00 r $75.00 best 0 4h t. o. 2 V150
like n. I tr e Phone Farfon 3707. offer. Tel. 83-7276 Curundu. 00. 48th St. Nq. 27. Ilia Via .
"VE BUY your used refrige otor and Iwill trade 1949 Buick Sidonetf- FOR SALE fu wished. -Perry Hill, 2d tre
give you o CROSLEY. Call us at Dyn. A-I condition for late mode! No. 1 1. Telephone 3-2694. I
CIA. CYRNOS. Telephone 1-t793 Chevrolet in A-1 condition. Phone '- No. R 1. TeleonN 3- 4.
"Avenidp Nacional," neur Tivoli Cristobal 3-2927.__ E FOR RENT: Furnihed oortment.'
SCrossing". 'FOR SALE:-New re.'it Ford V- FO RSALE-No dealers, 2866 met" G ieire privilege. Tedne A nen P. O
engine complete with Trcnrrr.rcion of land. Very convenient. Puebl Friire pivlege Telhon 2-
Wanted Position $200.00. Never u::ed. Ph;cne Ba!.- Nuevo No. 4120 Via C6rdobo.
MAID WANTED:-Live in, cook ...0...t c -.i.... FCR SALE: --Beautiful little hour FOR RENT
wash and iron, core of 2 children FOR SALE-1953 Fontiac co,-v.tib' ihn Camrpno, complstcly furnished.
references wanted. Phcne Balboc 8 Cyl. 6,000 miles $2 5CO.03 che-:t loction and climate. No MeelaneouS
4iT1 fter 6 Phone Balboo 3401. r,.er 4 O. r,- ro:d problem. Low price. Easy .

Aavy Secy. Sees No

SScape From Paying

,for Future Weapons
k NEW YORK, Oct. 27 (UP) -
*'avy Secretary Robert B. Ander-
,*(on said tonight the United
State cannot escape ayng "for
futuree weapons development at
,the same time we are buying
i ')resent weapons production."
, In an address before the Now
t gork Council of the Navy
SLeague, Anderson said "we cat
Sily fight today v.ar with to-
Iay's weapons, but we must be
p prepared to fight to-r.orrov's
U iwar with tomorrow's weapons "
' : "We cannot know when, if cv-
* er we may have to use our pres,-
t* 'nt weapons In an all-out war."
lhe said. "We know only that
should such a war occur, we
4 Vp.Ust have enough of today's
Weapons to win It.
* .. "We know alco that the ship.
t he airplane, and the gun'and
* every device for military power
u upon which we depend today
Sawe gradually but surely losing
Sthe supremacy of their capabili-
; ties before the steady advance
Sof time and technology. This
* gives us the opportunity to reau-
Sdert a new supremacy by adopt-
SIng new weapons and techniques
Sto the purposes of naval war-
* fare."

SField Marshal Who
' Gave Up Stalingrad
SOut Of Prison

BERLIN. Oct. 27 (UP) The
Communist EasL Bcrlin radio
4- aid tonight that Field Marsl'il
lnredrich Von Paulus. whd sur-
rer.dered at Stalingrad to the
Russians in World War II, has
been released from captivity
and has returned to East Ger-
, many.
Von Paulus v..mt to Moscow
after bis surrender and formed
a fPree Germany Committee" in
'opposition to the Hitler regime.
A group of German generals
who returned from prison camps
.einmtly said Von Paulus had
Seen sentenced to 25 years In
r .jMo because he failed to con-
Svert German prisoners to Com-

Ppnama Line
Changes Time Of
Issuing Tickets
Atlantic Side residents sailingI
Crist'!bal on Panama Line
can now pick up their
I t mrsday mornings be-
the hours d( 8:30 and
Ja the office of the Steam-
Ageat In the Terminal
:riWTlously tickets were de-
nd to j"asseners from the
IaClc 8hle. on Thursdays af-

S here wid* be 00 change in
I- system ftr pasaenger
.rm the Pacificl Me. Asbe-
.'i. tcket will boe dlvered in
*' arn. time dtIng Wei-
ay or Thursday Ibe Pan-
i S t cket ofla s Build-

- I n-mnt. Telephone 83-2232

FOR RENT:--Soon' qovilable. Offiotij:

-- -. u cuty SpCl -0 _-__-"
very good condil:on. Tel. Cu:undL E' -- SALE-3 bedroom chalet, 2 B.dce on Augtomobi4e Rw- H Nau
83-6161 bathrooms on 1,200 mter l uidng Enqre.o HseholdI
...-. situated in 50th street. FoA in- Exchange, 41 4 Aven....
S, -- ==* fwrmotion telephone 3-4607. Tel: 3-4911, Il
Russla Prolesis US P o .a...o.. FOR RENT

Troops in Greece (Continued From. Pag o e ) OOW
extended to members of t he nar N Poai sls a. Il
Canal Zone College Club to hear l ..Call E"-1789 2 693.rDg
Proeasor' Dwght Anderao 1, 1

e Atl he eoThe eyeof teveUning's enterstaynm nt, of 2, '
'MOSCOW, Oct 27 (UP) -- .he vile School of Musand Bob.- JIplA,

St Ure e formally protest ert Below, the brl-concert setees j .a.'. '9h 194'
ato G rece e agted an area to r e ohj Im ber the U e- a rh_ a rt
Amr ine tof American troops student on music, a t the unt- i n r
tmere ardsaid Greek territory versity of Panama Thurday at h Fl!'ow Sle 'De f.Amy /o$
was- being trearformed Into ai p- m ... n ert tI.ometed ,, ig

base for the age ssive forces &I Over tw .ti) Lo r, r
the Atbntc blo The evening's entertainmLent, Jfro rPan ath-1 1a" h' 1we h
The protest which said the one of the lectuai-concert ser .1the Igtes)4 1an. Jr |1 194
action created a threat to I .t:ewhiche s being given in the R e- to Pnnigh't. the "aB
n the Balkme ans.e as cont 'i i i ic of Pan.eda, is sponsoredhFic YMa A reaentadin, 1b
a note delivered yl DE, Lty F,:- by the United States Informa- l n uats rt is o l uN
sign Minister Anirl i C. o.nylo toa r, con Center. hlowe .on ementd j slas Lss ther a ti
Prince Thomas Ypsila:ti, coua- i as o- mate an io
cilor of the Greek embaMsy. Batca Decorating Class W 'ek coulbn
The note said oreore hadReceive Invitation The jui. ges- t E. V.. jei
signed an agreement with Pt The members, of the UO -Kiirch, art teacher of 1he C al'
United States which gave io th3WB baten decorating classvhvZeone .Schools M alor Joseph T.
Americans the reint to deployy m een invited as special guest D1 and Captain Arth ur |
umed forces In G reek territury to hear Mr. Harry Dunn at the., J_ ar;.otbn gmynts ceU _It
an dto build military bstei, and meeting of the Panama Canal tloneat adt oulick- comW -
allo to use ralhrlay. trr hi.ei-Natural History oecIetv, onlmenrtied the class on their es-

oRbrepOpnsTotitonp bo oa e maneo r frou
ways on Greek territory in c-hWednesda at 8 p.m. in the ..pert. liid Cg of mateiua frogi
eordance with the plan of th orgas T Memorial Labor atory ind tmailush ns iAn e .and d .
North Atlantic bloc." Panama.n imluin maskmI the
m p e t o be us ti ior th awards. ThLe hih o
"The above mentioned. ar-e- Lutheran Ba aar November 13the show were then hat--t
ment testifies that the Greek The Bazaar, sponsored by the (glltas) arrange entso r -e ,
government has started to carry League of Lutheran Women of'ed to honor, Panamnao, tb n-
out measures directly aimed at the Lutheran Redeemer Church a ndersay. r.
preparation for a new war by on Balboa Road, to be held on I M- Pat Morgan wats proe l
placin the territory cf Greere at November 13 In the Ser viceed .with two p -7s of '
the disposal of the United Staes Center beginning at 4 p.m., will an~ subserpons to
armed forces to be used for ti Include such attractions as a and Mrs. Louise Morris W l
goal," the note said. baked-go.ds booth, hand made site M M n *I* I Y* i
articles suitable for Christmas r np. Mr. Morgan also
"Thus the territory of Greee giving; and a luncheon to beMrs. aMorris two wroug
is beinv transformed into a for- served during the opening hours cndeolabra.
ergn military base which is con- of the basaer. Diane 0. do Valeraoeed I
trary to the interest of main- The public Is invited to at- strd, Mthershow bycwiard tum.f
tamningpeace and international atend. firstPgri es and one u *I

note said. con Laundryme b ables: t st ei T tn i .Second,
"Therefore It Is impossible to ,. a. $ e .ea agy. e ar L;. J nil
abyree with the state of defents of ti 8 ptia., beginning this eve -tbhird Mrm. Richard Paret;

cause it swell known the et no ning and continuing throughorab mention, is
thatone threatens Greee ntd noer onemitt 4ur t the Theater Gui2-37ld He an
s preparingtottack her," the Workshop adjacent to the Ant t and

the developmentforces on Gforee territgn i lat Danmar's on Tivoli Avenue: (;CaIm II .te "-'.';
servesthe cause of peace and ther at the Box Office. .
strengthenitng of Greek securi- Els M. e t Wedneay =nu "a,
y" Balboa B ks Lodge No. 1414 menNon-;
________________ will hold Its regular monthly do T716rrIlu
meeting on Wedhealday evening Ftiret. .
at 7:30 in the Lde Room. Re- Clam IV. _
Furrowed Brow freshments will be served. fvt, Mrs 4 F
-Mrs. Ina
LONDON Oct 27 (UP, --Brit- mingo; hoiMb
ain's gasoline strike interfered Paris Court Rules min d. T
with the North Kent plowing Jakpl
cntestw In. To Hear Divorce
A tratrdriven hby .valinel

Halns sputtqred toa stop with-
in'yard of the finish line. She
said wa thieves must have *l-

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the picture Is the glaorous colo-
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trice t unseL s her first.mo-
and wAe would sa I tat a new
l as been born. She is charming re-
beguiling as the country girl whose
aofllofia '"Melbk" Is replete with
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foren'ost actresses, plays Queen Victoria; Mar-
tita Hunt, actress of international fame, is cast
as Mme. Marchesl, Melba's Parisian singing
Joining the veterans of the drama are three
hasodme leading men, who give first-rate per.
frm dances In the romantic competition for Nel.
lie Melba's affections; John Justin, Alec Clunes
and JObl McCallum.
SMiss Mn nses musical elections are many
and varie d. They include excerpts from "LOi
. Boheme." "Pigaro." "The Daughter of the Regi-
ment,' "Faust," "Tosca," "Rigoletto" and many
Lewls Milestone, two-time Academy Award
water, did a skillfull job of directing the 8. P.
Eas production. The script, which conveys the
Sweep and majesty of the Golden Age, was pen-
ned by Harry Kurnl'z. Adv.

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RAFFLE of $100.00 at 6:00
and 9:00 p.m.
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They are the foolish forties
if- -'
You think you still have all of
the time In the world to co the
things you really want do. If
by age forty you bav- given
up dreaming to start planning
and doing, chances are you never
You feel the years have taken
more from you than they have
given to you. The woman who
thinks that looks are everything
is sure to feel that way every
time she looks In a mirror br at
a younger, prettier woman.
You ae pl1 copMyng other
peopL=-.tel fH lif ng bur life
to salt oitlf.
You are letting yourself be
weighted down by past mis-
takes, failures, and disappoint-
ThY Bet'enloyki gyow chi-
drento e f e u
haven't ed the fat' 3fow
soon they w1l be gone ftitn you.

You haven't given any thought
to developing new interests that
you and your husband can
share Il the years ahead-but
are st trying to keep Up the
same oam pace that was all right
10 year ago. You think you'il
be admitting that you are get-
ting old If you decide you'd ra-
ther work In your garden on
saturday afternoon than rusn
off to, a football game. Or have
frend In on Saturday night ra-
ther, tan spend the evening
trying to be oh-so young aud
gay al the country-club dance.
You read trash to kill time
rather than read to keep learn-
ng and growing.
?e are till living from day
to da without any real plan for
You bxvent made up your
mudf'tW worrying over situa-
tms you can't change Is not on-
a umenlss but a sure way to un-
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'CRQSTBR. N. Y., Oct. 27-
.(aw)-Tou don't even need
a car to attend one drive-In
who don't own au-
w ay take a bus to
ain 6 tha'e, buy a ticket and
be asned a theater-owned car
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"..L R PreR ':ase Nov. 3rd.

A Drama by Dplte Du Maider
Tuesday, Oct. 27th Through Saufday, Oct. 31i
Nightly at I o'clock At 'the TItre Guild
Tickets: $1.00 (IlMeni to the AeM
Tickets may be obtained at 'DAGMA, Tivoli Ave.
or at the box office every night
Phone rmervatios may be made by ealfing
BALBOA 2341 during the day
BALBOA 7I3M in the evening.


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Ai d untied football records during the weekend. I
,.The honor list Includes five Ohio Wesleyan. Wheaton of I1-I BALTIMORE. Oct. 27 (UP) --
?Maryland. Baylor. West Virginia Wisconsin Defiance of Ohio.! newest team in the American
and Utah. Two powers Mich- Plattesville Teachers of Wiscon- League have name Art. Ihl- -
:igan State and Michigan fell sin and Notre Dame. ers as general manager. The. 5 ___
frMm the ILt Saturday. So did In the South- Maryland. East-- year-old Ehlers was u nl
eghth other teams emi Carolina of North Carolina, manager of the Phlladelpa'i' "-
Almost half the unbeaten and Southerr University of Louis-;the last three-years.
untied teams 20 out of 47 iana. West Virginia. Florida! President Clarence. M s of CumAulu Men's Olsm Bowla
come from the Midwest. The A&M, Maryland State, Misslisip- the Orioles says Ehlers ,will rn League tia Week.
South is next with nine, follow- pi Southern. Morgan State of the team all the way." KPSA took thr, j nt r;fro
ed by the East with seven, the Maryland, and Johnson C. Smith The Orioles take over for the Wally'a Bar to up the lad t
r West with five, the South- of North Carolina. St. Louis Browns In the Amer- nine points over the nea..W
west with four and the Rockies In the East: Shippensburg ican League. Manager Marty contender. Wally's took the Wa
With two. Teachers, Clarion Teachers, Marion of the Browns still has game by twenty-two pis, Ina
Westminster, Franklyn and Mar- one year to go on a two-year made Ed Kunkel mad, so h
Here are the unbeaten and un- shall, and Juniata-all of Penn- contract Ehlers won't y It poured it on the next tw~ gla
tied teams by sections. sylvania, Trinity of Connecticut, he'll kee Marion, but he does to lead his team to *C=r Itu
In the Midwest: Peru Teachers and New Haven Teachers of say he' reveal his managWr finished with 503. 80boldwa
of Nebraska, St. Olaf of Min- Connecticut. "within two or three weeks." next with 492. Hellwig was-hlg
nesota, La Grosse Teachers of In the Far West: Humboldt Miles says Bill DeWitt whofor Wlly's with 443.
I Wisconsin. Iowa Wesleyan. Val- State. California Poly, Redlands, has been handling frowtt-offte Acme Paints took th.4 po4nt
ley City Teachers of North Da- and Occidental-all of California, affairs will stay on as farm from c lthmian i onstructors tt
* kota. Akron, of Ohio, Michigan and Whltworth of Washington. director. DeWitt was vice-pree- really tie up the league for sec
normal, Washburn o Kansas, In the Southwest: East Texas ident of the Browns. ond place. Pitti rolled a nic
SIndiana Central, St. Ldid Teach- State, Prairie View of Texas, 546 his high for the yar; an
ers of Minnesota, Nor then Quachita of Arkansas, and Bay- Ehlers agreed to a three-year- the high series for the night
JTeachers of South Dakota. Mis- lor. contract and will take over the Lee was next for ACMX with
souri Valley, College of Emporia In the Rockies: Utah and Col- new job Monday. Miles days the 461. Torian was high for thi
4f Kansas, Butler of Indiana, lege of Idaho. general manager's pay "will de- Constructors with 447.
.. .. - -- pend largely on the success of Auto Cine toot four points
l 7. A the club in Baltimore." from Jaen Guardia to move into
W i r A Ehlers has filled many jobs In the four way ie for seoond
IgerS 6-U W in O Ver AC baseball, including farm director, place. Auto Cine had every one
minor league president, club rolling pretty good as the low
Owner and promotional director. man, Hutchins had 440. chalfe
SHe's given much credt for elp- had a 484. La Valle w Baluti
s Their First O f 1953 in develop pitcher Bobby Shant 402. Kramer was h for Jaen
and first baseman Ferris Fain. Guardian With 474..
S-- The Orioles' big weakness, says Team No. 5 took thr point
'Almost as though they had After Hughes had booted the Ehlers, is lack of pitching. He from Colpan Ford to 6 e'SOt i
been inspired by the knowledge ball to the 20 yard line, James points out that Marlin Stuatt on te four way tie ftor ond
that their football ability was picked it up and raced up to his was the only Brownie pitcher place. Roblky Bryan d a. 517
far in excess of their previous own thirty-four. Herring, De La who won more.than he lost last his high for the year a&d second
performances, the CHS Tigers Mater. and Trout each took turns year. But Ehlers predicts j great high for the night. Co01pa Ford
mapped out of their early sea- at carrying the ball and when future for two young pitcher realy put A struggle Is %ft
Son slumn and in a hard-driving they were finished it was again Don Larsen and Bob Turley. the first game by Sinl, then
battle, scored a 6-0 win over a' 1lst and 10 on the 48. After being Ehlers makes It clear e wont lsing the second b- SMd the
iore-experienced Athletic CLub thrown for a 10 yard loss, Bill hand out big bonuses to rebuild third by 9 pins, total pIes by 1
evene. It was Cristobal's first De La' Mater faded, back and the team. "I never saw a kid," he pins. Murdock was hlff for Col-
10953 victory, and only the second threw a long pass into the hands says, "worth $100,000." pan wh 48 re se0.
time that they have been able to of Bob Baugher, who carried all Only five points se larae s c-
score. The Blue and Gold scored the way to Cristobal's 25. An and place and i6h1 i p so
Sai points against the Athletic off-sides penalty stalled the A.C. 1m pr h mf n the league Is prett.lo except
CItb in the Jamboree on Oct. 2. offensive, and put them back to IWll/C hamIIUI oI ntVI for EPSA and they ust don
Buyt Saturday night's win will the 30 when again the drive be- believe in losing to 6 e as
do much towards bolstered the gun. Bernice Herring, who aver- oYI n I r et, but we till 1 y Went
morale of the Cristobal High aged 71/2 yards per carry for the mOckyw K nsflss Near mr we li
School team for they were pitted night, picked up 3 yards. Again IIJJ can tell what will pea.
against the most powerful A.C. De La Mater took to the air an4 1a
atgregation to man the gridiron this time it wasr end Al Necker i l U b this year. Wally Trout and Louis who received the ball and was! --l De I jillJ
Deeasux had returned to action,! not stopped until he had reached 1. Kunkel,. 164- 5
and the presence of these two Cristobal's 6 yard line, -. 2 .'n 161-14
grid stars had tabbed the-A. C. It waw first and goal, but with 3. Kianlet 157-23
escor*s.'ti .- A . UP) Aformer. ligghtweigh eet L"S 71
touc W oftheze seari m....... the t 'uningham1-
the first quarter. On the t of topns of 4 death day
the coin Cristobal chose to re- Trout took ry and hi r ritic- .' '.
ceive the kick from A. C. Herring gav him only one yard. This a for
kicke doff to the Tiger 20 ad tm*e theentire ne piled on a t
Tonimy hughes. taking the pig- thfe A. C. backfield ace with :" W -I--';.ar
skin, raced all the way up to his Ralph Reccia and John Hayes t .4 ar go,.
own 39. After two tries had ifkll- making the first: 'contact. Di loring veteran's tew '. a
ed, Hughes' punted to the A.C. Cox was net In ine for an A.Cn AQ t st h eh t IA .
10 yard line. effort to score, ut a charging Auto Cne
i line threw him for ar ing AeeIt"uto i't
Then A. C. decided to throw rabal line there him for a 3 and th Aome Palha it
eautlon to the wind and do the yIat. loss. Again De La Mater I- ho -- Isth, Consti I
dangerous thing. On two at- to the air. but this time the ., a a erie a Team No. 12
tempts to run the balUout of paSwas knocked down by Bob strggler... even his prime as Ipan or 1 9
their 10 yard Ine, they made no d and the Cristobal six g He battled for 15 years en Wuards 10 1
gains, and then on the third try pol'tead held fast. e bOre he ttineally' Bar 9w
ill De La Mater fumbled andi lightweight title... and then .
Cristobal's B o b H o d g e s The story of the scoring ends lbdt It only seven months later.
charged in from hii t ac k I le with the first quarter, but not Kanaas, whose real name IT M
s lot,hugged the ball. It was Cris- the story of the outstanding Rocco Tozzo, started boxing pro-
'tobas% baU, first and ten, deep gant the fans were treated to at femionally in 1911. A little guy,Stanley 136 122 18 414
in Athletic Club territory. On M R' pe Stadium Saturday he stood only five-feet-two 'and Steey 149136 164
the very first play, Tommy night-. For the first time this weighed 130 pounds when he8tahl 133 177 120
HSughes tossed a short Oass to yea the Tigers were playing reached his peak. His golden Bryan 170 18 19 17
kalfU-back Carl Tuttle. who raced' l- anit and the results were! days were in the Twenties, an Ban 147 153 14 517
Around his own left end for the more : gan pleasing to coaches era generally recognized as the andlker 136 153 136 42
omly score. The attempt to run Ltike Palumbo and Paul Moser. golden age of sports. Handicap 16 140
for the' extra-point fell short. Twfce a hard-hitting line broke During that period Rocky Totals $71 M3
SNow on the short end of the through to block A. C. punts fought and beat such ring greats
-Mpnt, the A.C. eleven became |Once In the second quarter it as Lew Tendler, Charley White VS. COLPAN FORD
tough, and appeared determined' was Btan Smith who crashed the! Johnny Dundee, Wllie Jackson "
t get back in the ball game. Athletic Club defense to stop and Frank-.choel. Hie nemea Murdock 196 141 143- 480
ly the dogged goal line de- Cox's punt and then in the was the great Benny Leenard. Hicks 134 141 148 410
E.nae staged by a good Cristobal fourth quarter it was Gene Mc- The Buffalo power puncher lost Zrn 121 146 10 4,
'te saved the night for the Oaughey who moved In fast to to Leonard four times... twice D4ay 144 141 154 480
S ntic Side defenders. block Trout's efforts at kicking in 1923 when Leonard decisloned DOey ths 144 141 1 47
out of trouble. ihim once and then knocked him handicap 11g 118 118 54
To top it off, it was a rough out in eight rounds.
Talking In and ready Athletic Club eleven But the match remembered Total. 87 3 7
that" Cristobal had to face in best by Rocky through years of '
Ples scoring their first win of the construction work following an
ddle,Please season. Its the story of Cristoba unsuc fu try ata comeck,,Coach Makes
playing as a "team," and if they took place on Dec. 7. 1925. On Oregon @ CovacMTake
\ MUATTLE Wash. Oct. 27 can continue to show that kind that day, he knocked the light- Plays Available TO All
ttlA) Jihnnv Baker recalls of spirit and fight for the rest of weight crown off the head of
was the late Coach Howard the Aeason they will be a dan- another Buffalon.an, Jimmy EUOwNE, Ore., Oct. 27 (UP).-
jones of Southern California gerous contender for all whom Goodrich, by winning a 15- What's this? 'A football coach,
Who taught him how important they are to meet before the close round decision. willing to give' away his plays to
it &a for foo bail to be silent dur- of the 1953 season. Kansas' glory was short-lived, anyone?
a a gain.- however. Seven months later he Lan Casanova bhead,grid tutor
I was lovn guad or st the title when Sammy Man- at the University of ,. ha
Trojans land time was running dell decisioned him in ten published a booklet 6%= hist
out in a game against Notre rounds at Chicago. base offensive and defendve
2aine one time. testifies the formations. The boo klet ".Popt
mvn now coaching the Univer- WLea y Ma y Le1ave bl is Fun" will be t free to
mdty of Washington line. "There y anyone who wants i.
*as just time for one more play natu*AuiQd* a ua0id he le0te ed- an
thought ) spotted a w.?akness aHA~n~al Today undernn of .Oregop'a baste
Sthe Irish defense and started W playup O tlfans
felling quarterback Orv Mobler .. .enjoy the game mope ly..
boat It in ie huddle SOAUTH SIND. Indiana. Oct. d 3l, 1 our oppoetI ts
.While Baker was talking time 27 (UP) Notre Dame football lonC ig tgaa!
bas out and Southern California coach Frank Leahy sla recovering b "c Plai, he added.
*"a change to score Jones was .'" so quickly that be may be re- _______ ____
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4p pe.off tnr field. diana, hospital today. ...
TYoung man,' he stormed, .. L~ehy colla.y p during half-
[-m paid to build a football is e of Saturday's game withU'
,zM, not to devekp public ., Georgia Teod and wts rushed to .
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LONDON, Oct. 27 (UP--Prime .
Minister Sir Winston Churchill "Let the peo pl know the truth andi te cOunry '_ i -"=' Ab
said today that there "are few
things I would like better than
to have a few quiet and inform- TWENTY-NINTH YEAR PANAMA. P., TU#SpAY, OCTOBER 7, 1952.
al talks" with President Elsen-
Laborite Arthur Lewis asked
whether Cnurchill had arranged Ra trt i
to ee the President and wheth-
er he would invite Mr. en- epri f on
bower here to discuss the Inter-
national situation.
"I am always considering
whether there might be an op-
portunity for A personal meet-
'n with the President of the H I1
United States," Churchill replied
"and he ls well aware of the en-
thusiastic welcome he would re- PANMUNJOM, Oct. 27 (UP) sources said. But. Thimayya said the Red or A llied commands
celve whenever he f.?els free to A neutral nations sub.com- yesterday it will take "three or could devise a solution sultabli
come to this country. mittee drafted an official ex- four days" for the commiasioh to all.
"Our two governments will planation today of the "very to draft the letter. They noted that Communist
continue to keep In close touch small" chances of resuming In a last ditch effort to sal- members of the commission -
with one another about the gen- prisoner interviews. vage one of the most cQntrover- Poland and Cechoslovakia -
S international situation." The five-nation Neutral Na- slal features of the armsletice a- had refused to back down or
eral inte Hrns rt Morrs tions Repatriation Commission Ls agreement, Thimayya said the Al- their demands that the North
aborite Herbert Morrison deadlocked over the issue of how led and Communist military Koreans be taken forcibly to the
asked about Americap newspaper to restart the stalled explanation commands would be asked for "a interviews.
reports that Church il intended interviews f o r prisoners w h o possible compromise plan." The Allied command a t o o
to visit the United Nations, and h'.ve refused repatriation. Responsible quarters doubted firmly on Its demand that no
asked that. it the reports were Indian commission chairman o '
true, he see President Elsen- Lt. Gen. K. S. Thimayya said
hower while he was in the Unit- yesterday the program is hope-. .
ed States. lessly stalemated.
"I can l sure the right hon- The sub-committee met for
or lale gentlemen that there are one hour and 15 minutes today
few things which I would like to work on the commission's of-
better than to have a few quiet facial explanation to the United
and informal talks with the Nations and Communist com-
President of the United States. mands of the prisoners stalemate
with whom I have had, and still -an issue which blocked the ar-
maintain, very close friendly mistice for many months.
relations," Churchill said. The sub-committee refused
comment on its draft of a letter
to the two commands, but in-
g h Didi n formed sources said the cmMs-
sion may ask the United States
to persuade 7800 anti-Communist
Rains Now Ralse North Koreans to attend inter-
views with Red officers.
anger he neutral nations are dead-
locked over a Red demand that
force be used to make defiant
DALLAS, Tex., Oct. 27 (UP) North Korean anti Commu n
rains that dented the drought nlsts face Red literviewlvers.
a=rd the southweat'to New Eng The United Nationt hm Insit-
nd threatened some areas of ed no force be us e d on the
Oklhomsa nd Texas today with prisoners.
FloWtd, and violent storm caused There have been no explana- FOR PEACE u tALK'peAmbassador from the U.S. At.
las ige at Houston, Tex. tiona for 10 days since the North thur I. ma (J left) a d by Rd .Pr.ad IBy
A squall line moving ahead of Koreaths refused to eate with Rhee t ._ Dean $u i d )a are" nm
a cold front brought more rain the Communists. The d in- for their first meeting with Communist delegates to set a th
last night aund today to Oklaho- sated onn talking to the Koresn- and place tr Korean peace conferences.
m iand Texas, where drought after 98 per cent of the anti-Red
bs to e t0,000,000 (mo) this chinese they interviewed in the S bbor.n MaSo
g alone it a lso posed toT re tomtworr for a therogramy i uNIsts pi t o I6m gt-
q ..*.o trest. " re d to ...lir aRed -stubbo 111 s M ay locl
e rains stopped today in The ne sal nations letter to
W tern Oklahoma and in all the two ac d m n1 y 11 i idti

but tbn Gulf Coast andlthee nx- contained toaace oaos hour oe 'tlP a .
tremeUle t portion of Twexas. 1 [restart the Interviews. informed u****,
e hinonportiono f tamnl t mery of I oar Korean Pe c m we
Stremendous wind and vain .L .w l -'-
trarm ripped into Houstpn early .11T Bak.NIUM
WaIS toppling small buildings, PANMUNJOM, Oct. 27 (Up)- Thd
Irngsdowntown store win-s l U united states special ambassador a e '
dow and stripping trees of their Tn or Ar hur Dean ward the and S
at d no mm stsch today the Korean first % ad a & O afor tUm
POweru lines were ripped 1 ecet anfpnce may never obe peaceWadnt a
toughout the city by winds RliIda nenwU. ch eld u less the Reds abandon
niesuTred at 80 les an hour their stubborn fight to invite The R sp Iled uast

tr south of town was risinBg of taff and former commander lons will attend N. bord had passd (|
tan to fall downtown Weathereu-TOO w.en asked if he be- utral nations told the Communts talks.heir BM
S.eged the uneasy truce woulrned pt o tion was bl"utterly unreing wasonde. tr 1vern

3 r. nighret iandc authoriti bea- He said his visit to the Far be odu the Reds as the in- e
ed the worst a for two days st wa "enarmistirely militd ary" and Chine nt R eds the UN. would be
doubted the led River would he brought no instructions unwilling to diue the conference "' "
ase er flo tods regard to thbut the deadlocked prison- kp ol aft new U.S. Army chieerf thter the time and place of the peace toatatter
A olen towhnders ng of Staff and former comm and er-ander explanatonser n Korea ce o first decide what nalks had e
ee-inh downpour o f rain at Re U.N. forces. in Korea, sa would fly to be d attend. ok
lhtur Falls. Tex., temporarily Korea tomorrow for a two-dahnk "I. The U nited Nations represent e nferene mlh .
lleved the uneasy truce would p. Ition was "utterly unreasonre o the oran
The rain stopped at Wul continued the able and unacceptable." nain ifte cat@

Onghed and authoritiesnto v isit d h first since relinquish- their all orthKorean a attitude, whol Korn
e serity byous flood und regard to the U.N. command alocked prison- ak only after today'se time and f ernc e to t
A len to hunderstorm and er-explacn Gen. Dwiht orea.isenhower and 1 m ute meeting. "the "
ree-Inch downpour o f rain at Ridgway said he would firmly to bched -' th ermi ned." ""a u eayin

uled. but it was exlperted he ** believe we will have a poll-
ichita Falls. Tex., temporarned would visit other Ua. bases in u conference despite the -
Of the possibility of tundornadossesIng the U.NFar .ast before return~ Darent differences." said Dean .houof t
At leasterd two families ght efoer- Washington Nov. Dwight3 who r presents the 1m Unitedngo h
al resident of Pampa. Tx., r he remainder- Nations bellgerents in Koquarelya as ilon
ited thehas same no been firmly me funnels shed- theirs, eadrs."
The Weather Bureau warned -led .but It was expected he OT !all& ewe willhave apoll-
a d t th would visit other US. bases n A onference o Dean saidte the

pa'ently id not touch meetings might vo on for a week NEW YORO OtYt.' f P
VOarl. I 1.3without tangible results. and Henry Ford n urged
Inr O 11 Billsh could even last "several months" Industry tonight to i
Braniff Official without. an Allied walkout. U.S. tariffs to
.Ba f O fc lnThe source said Dean probably leadership "a clea 11
Arrives Tonih ex Iayl would carry on the negotiations in the eyes of the
ATas long as necessary if the Cam-
LONDON. Oct. 27 (UP) munists seemed to be talking in The Ford
Rex Brank, general traffle and Charles Alfred Whiteway. a 2W- good faith. But he had warned said the U.S. is
'Ways is expected to arrive ere year-old laborer, went on trial in advance he would not allow a policy of-eop
tonigt n cnectiton with the for his Itfe today in gloorat- Old the meeting to turn into a pro- which, he added.
Inaugural flight of the combi Bailey for the rape-murc'f" u aaanda sounding board. h whole bs'k
I~tlnfirst class and towrist to teen-agers in one of Britain'- coopera Ln."
flibs on DC- whichwill p Ioat brutal sexmes. B. Central American :w. .
FrOm PanamA, Brack will was crowded to overflowing when Olay pimny- a. .
el the inaugural flight Whiteway was hustled in to face Oueens Arriving Wy," be
here to Buenos Aires. the charge of murdering of 16 pest.s.
year-old Barbara fonghurst on l Here Tomorrow
Cen. Deon Accepts side the Thames last May 31 Five Cen'ral American queens r
Being A-Hero =Therown alleged that he who are arriving tomorrow to Nc lb
., OldHo e Christine Reed from their bic"- lebrations will make a grand lie
n Home Town les, beat them unconscious with entrance at a colarfu' flesta to I1
an axe, dragged .them into the be held in the patio of Hotel 31 dou.
NEW YORK, Oct. 27 (UP) bushes raped and stabbed both Panama tomorrow night.
lt. Oon. Willam F. Dean, who to death within a few minutes The Canal Zone queen of
tod Americans to "get i out of of each other before dumping charm (Frances PrietoJ, Colon's eo@t
heads that rm a hero." de- them into into the river. Cuteuentenario queen (Lotti
,.'i~td toda that this d n't go Under English law, he is Stevenson). and the F4
Cmrlnyle, Ill., (pop. ,ugu). ehad formally only with the quren of charm (Drits
Sm.. o Barbara but prosecu- Meridol who will reign
Daimnl wa bon MI4,ers the evidence he was submittinM t ..l t.

Da IO today acwe i naB.I PPed to both girl who were The five Central I
. PP In a riding together along the darkI beauties, fromCat
Ar~mi a 'e t M e oawk towpath near suburban Ted- tegnala. Rndur..,
o"il AMton bea k ind dington when attacked.and Ml Saador, wW ar
in F r home tw. j WhIteway pleaded Innocent. natdnalcadostumer,

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