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Isthmians will long remember this day.
Thousands are excitedly preparing this morning t
.their first glimpse of the beautiful young Queen of Eng
A rousing welcome awaits Elizabeth as she steps
r from the Gothic at 9:56this morning at Crist6bal's pier 9. Exp
As so =m s the Queen p pears on the gangway, e-
fore disembarking, a Royal Slute of 21 guns will be fir-
ed, and the 71st Army Bond will strike up the British Reporters asked
National Anthem. terda betho
Elizabeth will then inspect a joint guard bf honor, the results
after which the Royal party will drive through the streets
of CoI6n in an open car. Z E
The Gothic Is escorted by the permitted to travel on the
Royal Navy cruiser EMS Shet* street. Barricades will be ereted A lbo hoeawife
Deld which was to boom a 2:- at all intersections along Ter- the even's pret,
gun salute upon entering the mlnal Street, and no automobile Geoge V and his
~L. cristobal breakwater about 7:30 traffic will be permitted to thjI ed Wy-v
this morning, cross duringthe free. she
Before the Queen and thse Motorists desiring to enter a tof
.Duke of Edinburgh disembark Colon ,from% Bolivar High royalty I
bi t1ey will i* officially welcomed ay do so at 16th Streeta d AJom
oh board the ihlp by PresidenB adway Traffic will 0 be ploye a: w
J% v Jo hn 8 al8 l-o1f)Sp S*
t .L 6C r t b a l.0 W_ l i-
The'I& In colon to parking and maV~neks rv- mnit s .
mt.h tak o 9the Royal cles will be on Boliwar were eaitedly
ed .iatahwbe along erm Hig tfrom 18th Street "viewing stand"
Street pier area gate to the with the Boyd- of their place of
I at oi- Rooseve hway from about They were ready to
A nd veS aer var 10:15 iti after the' car early in anticipation
wlrwll o the Royal car.
t to the 'A6.~ia t 10:31 the Queen Canal Zone paliceman,
tused iRespvrels 'wIrl .presented with the key toms officials, pier
Hi gh ofa O city Colea by Mayor many others who as
w=Me were reminded,- of Je at the Manici- today took time out t,
the r20-faln "ti"ffic freez" pal-lane. net nter were "qulte excited0
whih wi'- y th an Zone the al sad, un- prospect of sIn
streets by the Queen le s t though they were"
and her.Aftri A. rdrivi.r h Colon, solves to death.
E p ; 7 a.and until the QueeWan V better *e Zone
the 10, the freeze at Madden Road roe the A blonde teen-r
SStreet, the Boyd-Rosevelt Hlhway over- con proclaimed:
o. -,e i ch the restric- pass,.and proceed rough the grandchildren ab
ti=' lIed over an ex- Maddea nRod forest an along A stoicurly-ae
Swa is asked f she ae to
S.pDlained that the Lk. Queen: "I gueeaioV
three was necessary A free along this route willWest ank e
Sinsure unimpeded go into effect at about 11 a.m. to come over te
.. officials and other Spectators will have to travel to catch a glimpseao
I.of both the to the Miraflores Locks area by but were willed
paama. to the pier way of the Weost Bak, since the to thPe .up we
docking of the normal eat side entrance to traffic n I
Miraflores Lveak VM Xot be Some AiOgita
e prohibited on o to bio. Queen ma
T u and only spe- Meitged ay rpprba the homes wern
... eCi sthi vehicles will be (Cemtad emer Page )- ladders so tit
-e v e Be Uo might catebl oat
ai w o a l e s s'
fm e hctS.ongIsEsi. effW STON CHURCHILL -
.ARO No' t 8 uPe n other on they sang. ad bel- "
D tronh em rk Win stone lowed together as Churchill"
_h i7st A boyhood looked at Amery, lBrta Clrkb e
old songs uproa- longdY" they nang with istb
afethi rouh misted boys now at thrrow. am on the street when .s.e.g
oalnd odly bnowng his The boy,, dressed in cutaway by l see hzer."
TeGothc. cotd, wihgprollarte bow ties and onlson, West Xhdi
Au b oytitle Nf toor and rheumatic streiet were from 13 to 1e "Oh. yes! I've got to
"~ ~~ ~I thi monncos utf h fez.
'F,,..,~g ~ '. k~i ._... an, r.,,.,.-, ., ps ,,tr ,.,r in t Ic I r ,.- r t~
-a of aoiierd, what'll it help you years Old to see r who as
,p~t~l.ISI DS youwere strong,' rang Duh.IL ,te.gla g of the
to do wUs seof the annal sng- Sn," Harrow Mu- am*S jud., No .
U3 th e speech room at Hiar -scal director Sctor MeCurrC at veor: maybee
lw. slUeam the boa "an he peby wMe at amba
S'l"B"ho will be 79 Mon- Ch NgeLia is ci
qwd hrtily in with- and the other d Wnit1
`at the son book. the sathe M Sarkar 4
AA& bases guard sod ,iTu be at leabbg
.sentW-08 children. I
loplay out whether On ms9ad seeing =6o U liks
a fearless and r has be' .
~.rateat t rr' tUs he. Mthre, 30, Wfest.
ad and 40 "years 1 lash or whar g am
M so an along with A a ho a m dr whuse i s
S. s. John A. Wor 65
mIm~ t sdnce Churchill I as boys aah a West Indian P
-tbut, altn anl aa the Inahool song. keI nd't now
ourna t i aon looking for a
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MSHE S HOT HER LOV S
PAnd Mink Coated Parisiennes Flocked To.. y
Most Excifing Trial In Years
By ROSETTE HARGROVE
PARIS, Nov. 28 (NEA)- Two thousand people crowded into the Court of Assizes
fl. .ree days and hIdrd 26-year-old Pauline Dubuisson condemned to life imprisonment
,or the murder of her 27-year-old lover and fellow medical student, Felix Bailly.
It was a difficult verdict for a French jury-but it was Paris' most exciting'trial
In deathly slltnce the publl.
listened to tbe impaeiofed
plea for mercy of the glrl's
counsel, Maitre Baudet, whlc'I
brought tears to the eyes of
Even the two hefty gendar-
mes sitting on either side of
the prisoner appeared moved.
The public prosecutor. Ma;tre
Lindon. had been merciless. On-
ly death could wipe out this
crime. ccomplshed in' cold
blood, was his conclusion.
It" took the jury--eleven men
and one woman-only 45 min-
utes to condemn Pauline.
After listening to the ver-
dict, Pauline Dubuisson heav-
ed a long sigh.
Then she leaned over to-
W. yards her counsel and smiled
-ON When Pauline re- sadly, the first time In three
4, with a gendar- days, before being removed
by, takes her from the court.
ihi in the prisoners Scheduled tc appear before a
kca. grand jury a month before hbr
time in Panama!
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trial actually began. Pauline
had attempted to commit sul-
cide in her cell by slasPing
She had left a letter saying
she preferred to die rather
than face a public "who had
not changed since the howling
mob of the Revolution."
The atmosphere was charg-
ed with the excitement of a
bullfight when the trial open-
The courtroom was crowded,
with women In the majority.
Many were mink coated.
wearing pert Parisian hats.
Others were obviously -poor.
All had one .ling in" com-
mon-the desire for strong
They reminded one of their
forbears, the "trFJ, tea)ues",
women who SItkrlflmgt t the
foot of the- gulleotiq during
the Revolution watching head
Magy had stood in line ev-
ery day, waiting for the court
to open, and stood agatn dur-
ing the hours-long hMaring,.
Pauline, throughout her trial,
maintained calm. A slender,.
intelligent-looking girl ; he
had a -wealth of curly chestnut
hair framing a deathly pale
face and spmber eyes framed
in long dark.lashes.
She worr'a plain navy suit,
white blouse ppe at the neck.
There was potip aensa-
tional aouut Ar1,2Jo vryone
was consiclos of b'charm
and sex appeal.
It was in 1946 that Paulin-.
met Feix at the Medical
School of Lille.
She becamehis mistress four
days llte. Alhough tllr r-T-
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STRIAL OW7 because Pauline
attempted suicide, Paris po-
liee surgeon explains to the'
New Red Slop Sign
mance was stormy. it last
But during this time, It was
proved, she indulged In affairs
with other men and refused
to marry Felix.
Then, at the beginning o0
1949, he decided to break away
and came to Parti to continue
Theer he fell violently In
love with a young girl, Mo-
nique Lombard, and became
engaged to hw.
"It was then that I reaHMd
that I loved him," sald Padf
She did nothsig about Felix
for 18 moti ; eVen spent
weekend with other men.
Then ma day, receiving no
reply to b*r Iter, she came
to Parts. The ex-loer met and
spont the night together, but
Felx refustl tolgive up bh
S GUN %
Two week re-
turned, this a gun.
"I meant to at fbe-
fore him it he to re-
fuse to discard ," Paul-
ine testified. .
The prosatlon this
explanation IM. f9e, de-
clared the e
ed Felix :ou. n
cold blood, out of an's
spite for a man who refused
her because he loved another."
vj4ence showed that the ac-
bused had started her l1o-e 11
at the age of 14. Yet she came
from a well-to-do mddle-class
family and received a sound
Her father committed sul-
cid shortly after she was ar-
Paris devoured every bit of
evidence in the trial of the
Of t at OI
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n ro ore re si may u tour o i'.
Ildx t~tdgtwa ai4ght on the" fm -R'H .*..V.U
nt rtel ad beyond the They wl have to ente the reeoatiao tihe
brid lowlr this rad fo Pedro Miguel Lfa mai= ga s ths rOUte: o
r one-quarter mile, thi on foot a bea the de- Street
ta fta right toward the LoeCkl ated area neot I fA61a%
ase. p.m. nor lasr tha i p.e k an Pi i
.Limited parking facilities iU o ready for the queen's r-
Sascilable outside the -Lots rivaL t rAtbad t
oe. Divine Service.o W1 rrii1 to i
The area which is expected t ducted by the Rtt W1 I
be j ed at this point Is near Bishop Heber Goodn on board tah banO l-
ia fu steps leading up from the Gothic, after which the tiPa l.
the parking area to the pedal- Queen will rest until 6I m. whbn QMoth at I
trip gate which is directly wput the ship will arrive at WBlboa,
o9sthe control tower.-. -..; and the Royil Pa t .. -.
This place wll be open o bark for the drive'
spectators from 10:;8 a to Ish Embassy reptinba.
I:eM p.and again from The Qween will enter Panama '
p.m. ntil the Gothk City at the limits who a will TJI
let ooksag thee. The w be escorted, -.. .
The Royal car will travl the nOe o '
e I eslimats entire length of "A" AveUa to 1a0n.rafe
p i ar lTd FPlrst ftret, turning it S- DnOdB b id
ir "aw I, mucu won u UVO -
However police chqck poiatr
will be set p at the Junctlo or
Ridge Roaf and Heights R f
as well as at Cashew Plae
event unauthorized traffic In
Mat vicinity during the IfLeth-
Around 3 p.m. the Queen ,#il
leave the Governor's mansion to
lbtout tohe Q t the Pebro
Mi ~uel Lock.
rl .and, trel restrlcfqtas
will Ie effect ng the rpte
the ear la 1
tion of *
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NBA Feed and Markets Editor
There's probably someone in and for desert serve French
your family pliDng to go vwI pancakes with .stewed fresh or
duck huti season is open. frozen strawberries.
We asked Knud Neilsen, head
e of the Rdwood Room at the James Beard, another Amerean
o i in an Francisoo to gourmet, suggests this recipe from
Wie u is rep for roast bck. his excellent book, "Fowl and
~It mutual osy to do. Game Cookery.
(Use I or 3-poed bird) Boast Wild Duck
One9.qurpt edaspood thyad, 1
tespoo salt, 1 teaspoon pepper Singe, pick and clean the ducks.
2 apples, sliced, % cup hopped Place on a trivet in a roasting
c 4 mall white aonio.: pan and rub the breasts with but-
*l; tin satar a o tem toon ter. Place in a pre-heated hot oven
bu Itaepoon C (475-500 degrees F.) and roast 15
aee, 1 Jger andy (S didred), to 28 minutes, depending on size of
% cup e duck's bood. ducks.
'tub dui and patuid o duck
with sal, pepper, thyme Place Baste every five minutes with
apple, cer onons in breast melted butter or a mixture of melt-
Roast in moerate oven (175 de- ed butter and red wine. Salt and
fgees F.) for 15 minutes (rare), pepper to taste and remove to a
-f0 minute mediumm), 25 min- hot platter.
uts (wel done).
Remove from oven. Cut breast These birds will be thoroughly
and splae n chafing dish with but- rare and will give plenty of rich
S orcesterahire sauce. Staner red juice when a sharp knife, is
Iconds, sunk into the breast. Stuff the
Pour brandy and blood over the duck with a spring of parsley or
duck and serve wth wild rice, a few juniper berries if you so de,
mcrrant. elly, Frn string beans sire.
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Wee n eed not
This housewife cheeks over Christmas accessories, refreshes
S them well in advance of the day. Here, she restores holly leaf
wreath and tinsel by swishihg them up and d6wn in sihkfl of
toapsuds. Both can drain dry on thick towel.
BY GAILE DUGAS
NEA Woman's Editor
NEW YORK (NEA) WhiIel If you're going to need any
phristmas week should be a joy- 'extras" for holiday entertair.-
pus time, it should not be hectic.; ng. thit is the time to think a-
aince preparations for the greut bout it. Lace dolles, table mats,
are up to the distaff side, buffet runners can all be sud-erd
best to have things well or- and pressed, then put aside be-
Ianzed at least three weeks in fore the excitement starts.
PdvaA a. If ,on have special china,
an uj r .mm ,f the work he- crystal and silver for Christinas
I omen's Wor2ld
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7aire 1or Pic O/ Sanlaa Pac(
JIere JWoliday .4 ,ay .e.nagers
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For Christmas tis yeSr, et
for teen-agers to gve their
pattern. comes in pastel shad
against cotton satin brief. th
Arcoruuo -16eask.-- &-ro
S ore stmasweek you can a- dinner, get them out now and eor hionspleye and oqorl
o ld rushing through the holi- suds china and crystal shiny. special trm h by adding poet
y season at top speed, feeling Wash off shelves on which you shows here (lower left cete
atic. have kept them and they'll s ny sides. Star-spetkled purse vl
bright until Christmas Day. If lipstick. comb. nail file eyel
S Chrit*am table will the -silver has beconge tarnished, -
ably be th center of godid this is the time to polish, t.
r at your house. So be.it BY FLORENCE V, HALTEN
y giving it a thorough cleaning It's also the time to take a RENCEA a Wr.ter
in addition to the regular week- look at the Christmas decora-
ST polishing. Go over the whole tons. You can re-crisp the wi!t- With their limited budgets and
Stable With spokAge and thick, ed bows on last year's wreaths numerous fr i e d s, teen-agers
'Warm soapsuds to remove thM by washing the ribbons, then usually lace quite .a challenge at
Sold polish. Then rinse with a pressin them face down under Christmas tme. However, the
ap& e wrung out of warm wi- a sheet of wax paper. Brighten prospects for this year are encour-
te- Dry thoroughly and re- the leaves of holly or poinsettia 'aging.
polish. by going over them lightly with
I --a soapy sponge. Some teen-agers solve the gift
rhaps you have a special problem by making most of the
for Christmas Day, one A wreath can be dipped UP..hinga they will present to their
holly or poinsettia design, and down through warm so n- families and friends. Others, lack-
I 4 th~ time. to bring it Iout suds. rinsed and hunv to dry. .i sM Ar tha i0clination to
S.aunny day to laupdeX Tarnished tinsel wIll"',-lw. O*6-or' lL find mi-
* cloth and na4Ins qCreful- new glitter IfB,,W. a's d t. ato the bddg-
i en-bang thw ioutdoore to through warmji soapy watelet. and .that a Araetive And
b Oive them lots cI IOdp- rinsedand dropped on a towei tl pitf el, ta.
s and rinses, then press with dry. Be sure the Christmas-tree
It. n while they're $still bulbs are cleaned with a aw-,e High on the popularity list,
SCotton can be froned on of.your soapy cloth, along with cosmetic kits, costume
ht side. jewelry and cologne, are scarVes,
should be ironed first By working ahead, Christmas and handbags. Right in the holi-
trong sde.,then on the week will be yours for last-mit' day spirit is a scarf .ht has a
gives It a nice luster. ute gift wrapping, shopping and mistletoe motif. Available in sub-
1sing a monogrammed fun of baking. And you'll be aolen .aa..P de i nr'eom rs -pat-
ss the monogram face to enloy the holidays along w'thiO er*, f; ge y metric rt
no a turkish towel to make the other members of the fam- terncS feature they very important
u proihrly ly= textured look. Knotted ior the
6dirt prorly. ly. e .is____sna _____ effect, they bal-
i aee the sllimj e of the season.
The I teen-ager wh would like to
put her Signatre to her gifts can
do so very easgf in several ways.
Don't Let Him Get Away
With That 'My Car' Stuff
HEP L. HINTS
y:B*iw *ok diaper, nk a
separa pile of double one lOr
uM at nigtht. '
In a one-car family is the auto- an accepted fact that the car be-. Pou hot. lt water down tbh
tMobile a joint possession or does longs exclusively to the husband? dramt At four kitchen sink once
It belong exclusively to the hus- It Takes a Little Spunk !or twe a week. Itwil keep the
hand? Sure. something can be done-if;draiftfre btgrease and unplem-
If that sounds lik, a foolish ques- a wife is -willing to take a stand. ant od7i 0 /
tion in the year 1953 it 4s because She can lay it on the line like -
rou ha en't read all the letters I 'is: "I need a car occasionally.d A thin coating of beeswax on
have read from wives who cor- There are two ways that we can the puaDe stiles of stcky win-
,flain that their husbands never wor' this out. Either we can buy dows will ihake them slide easl-
want them to use the car. ar.other cat or we can work things 'ly.
Such wives claim that they nev- out so that I can use the car we
Mr get to go anywhere simply be- have when I really need it. Which Custard will bake evenly and
cause their husbands are so un- do you want t .do?" wIT not become arb y if you
pie: rant about giving up the. car. pla.9 Whe t-ri dishaIM pasr
After that, whe- the car isn't in Wof wa t.
All of those \;ives seem to have use and she needs it she should ".
ide one mistake in common. announce that she is taking it, inL f w
cy all speak o' the family car stead of asking if she may. Crack-ln ll resu-ltif
s though it belonged to the us- No married man has a right to wash te enameled surfaces o
'nd, and all seem to think they hog a family's one automobile. If you stor s while they are hot.
've to ask their husband's per- he doesn't want anyone else driv- .
Mission before they use it. ing "his" car-then it is up to To dIslrtOW tlwax a ar
1- .h:rn to provide a "her" car also. covertln 1 W ,y. mwrV t
Tei y should have started out dif- So long as there is only one car I position @ y epl Of Moths.
STet]. when the couple bought to a family it should be "our" -
first car. It should have been car-just as it should be "our" IYu *aa reoe Tat1n1 spots
car" all long. house and "our" marriage. from sMued. bty irblai
S!ut tan a wife t anything about ( All rights reserved, NEA Serv-,them lightly wh a emery
S nationn cice it has become ice. Inc.) rboald, ithe 1dY ate for
ing yeouart na
tovYoU 1 0 .sAccemopieS orseal sir rt, figs
S ooven for a,;e aoduartes.
SJ o part Joe Ja c roie 1 a Sew tabi at thr boulders o
your dress id Wbooues to hold
o lingerie traps 1J place. To the
free end, sew' fstener, enelr-
y ALICIA ART are not. Besides, a few of these le the strap aisd l place.
NEA Beauty Editor buttons arranged on a plain a
belt or at the neckline will Keep a I ad ft
Psrbion fads fae in a flash have a very individual lok. Cloth il yowir Clo e t for
basics go on forever. One may use a hand so m l lst-milnte co i of y7or
To park her basic-built ward- collection of scarves to set off shoe.
the smart girl Includes her costumes. In fact she might
or two high fashion notes. use them exclusively so that'
'#tend it, she maceorlaes they seem almost a trademark. m6IMII AD T2nPT1
ir-sdo. no |Should this be your wont,'l Y0 -JP
Sirls do not -ca tor.n- while buying the different de-." YO I S -1 e
in accesres to signs and shapes that appeal bled served tIs a
r costumes. Their rea- to you. quickly increase 'r ter- dst a
l t one might ast as collection by rna king some _b, k..nil
other dreses withtthe from remnants. m t4
Once your friends become a- n'Wi o.
girl on a mdget does ware of your enterprise, they tt
buy expensrie se- will gladly contribute their sw-'
be chic. If It inig scraps. For the largest
give a little e to piece, you will need a 21-inch (U1p- 1 l
c-can find n a~ge Use the styles you now I teSps
blch to enhaa ItW wOa ua patterns, han drollti oS
itc i' h e n and n minutes you willle
Addd to your acet ,orie s
s1 pe ndlng a perin.,
e ire gifts priced dor uars It co
friends. Scarf (lot) eW l et the 1
es. Clever use of lvet tab
roe-D to aproi ( eeter). rib
ma body of jack-ilMm- bnUlpa are right)
Simple knit tvw = a roven GoM
.v bil from notT ocuto moves nea
r) have pearl clusters tiS d alt ha ied
Faity (upper right ee tet) bftaism pbe6e(
brow tweezers, tissues mad. irror. anylU t
One idea is to add tiny buttons,
pearls er stones to the khit gloves
which are so fashionable right
now. Sewing the decorations along
the edge of the gloves gives a
flattering lengthening effect as
Another very gay gift that can
be made inexpensively and with
little effort is a party apron which
combines cotton satin, buttons and
velvet for the Three-D look. On
the ipron sew a jack-In-the-box of
accordion-pleated ribbon springing
from a box of appliqued velvet.
For ta eyes use. bal tbuttone and
for his noc, throe graduated but-
tons. This eco': about $150. to
bells or boll
eta will mpa1m
Ia new e
wjtch. it Si
the budget-prl c ed
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VAt iapth0e ik and taa 's.
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a'r a. tim gap an haB red r oetgenaran member of the Tus,
PreIt is -ar ra .ve two answers:
? 'Indian ftl-is What we e.. .
; the Summer of the bent I ras
When I was a bay, the old folks
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drem as a last chance to do the
thlbn, they should have been do-
ing during the re"t summer."
The Revere "T.700" Tape Recorder is offered
wah a microphone,
electric wie for radio,
two tape record reels and cse.
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
S Household Automobiles Ca Nov 3'2 Inew number or
__ Genell _,:s Cocoh Beauty Shop:
jISALE:--Ratan turnirure Arc FCR SALE -1951 Chevrolet 4 door also for information her Santa Clo-
-l"bncrate building across tror, Pr.1i edan Power Glide. Original own- rn Beach Houses.
4be R. R. Staionr er Albrock 3105 I e m
rOISALE -Baby bed with rn-e.r- FO SALE -1951 Hillmon convert- Write Alebekfb Aevmmes. M
spring mallres, S2 -. Both.-. ,cle Very good Phone Tucker. 20i1 A.e .. C L.
.Vtra $l5.OC Both used ol r', rrrce ,N:'. 3670 days. 2295. evenings
more t 5. C Both ued DRl, r r .-. Dn D? WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic
mo'th- C;I -4 3--- .r- ALE- 9o0 Buick Riviera. Per- Central Avenue "K" Street corner
FOR tALU. High ch..r ilrcile.. Iecr c.rndl lc 1 tires. duty paod. Telephone 2-3479. Panaa.
Crr.sand m-Artes.. C :, .br:.,r I I C Telcnh.ne 86-227.8 ftac m
swir& and cr seat Teeter Bee V1'' m to 30 p. m. 1House 286 JUNGLE JIM JAUNT '
$35 00. Call 3j.I pr, Poon-a F ,o.eelt A. nue TO
M -r DARIEN
Mrs Ege __TC_. ALE- 19 i Mercury, hard Sponsored iy Hotel El Panama
SIt LsE Li .ngroom furniture top all extras xceHInt condiflon.; Full cass. Leave Friday, Dec. 4h
i lsing of. Bambco d.oan ard Moderare prcee. 52.G00. Curundu reftrn late S.r.day ofternon 'Dc.
ie large :hare nare rr,;:hag;. ;. -;. E een 4 and 8 P m 61h Fishrng through Pearl Islands,
coffee toble and marchnrg en FC-' SALE -'940 Chtevolet, Club vlslt the pr.-htive Choco Indians.
S .*lth lamp8; 8 10 Chine-c .:,upe Gooo condition. Must selL spear crocod.lts. cruise up the Som-
'we It for $500.00. Cell Co. Co; 83-4'-7. bu Riser, aboard El Panama's Psi.
2- 1805 or app, 5.b cadora.
Sr'. EDiblo Canal Zine FCR SALE.--1941 Lincoln Conht- Bring old clothes. comfortable
Srnrotl ccnv..rble. Leoang for the shoes, and DON'T PORGET YOUR
---3Jne child s cr.b tr'- ,ae, radio, heater, overdrive, CAMERA
ras one plv pen w;rh pz f:d tires and engine. $700. For reservation phone Jungle Jim at
crpe( 9 x 12 ;n good cono p,,,i., QrO 2-2 -B. Poamoa. Proama 3-1 60. or see your Trave;
,wonre w 3- wa standing oInm.. -
red arm chrar. ;, FOR ALE --. 48 Ford, good con- Agent.
End in good condllorn. A ,- t EE,:lirl tires. Duty paid. RADIO AND AMPUFIER REPAIR
Street No. 30 upiors .r 3.' _____3 SERVICE. Guaronteed Work.
one Fanama 3-66' FOR SALE--l'41 Pockard Sedan All ports used treated for tropical
ei : -- Must sell proclco Du'v paid. Leading Ith'mus. Tel- climate Tropical Electronics. Calle
diningrearm, hall. dr.W.ng epinne Baltoa 2-4144. 45 E. No. 2- Two blocks past Bel10
complete guest room, .ndv,- FOR SALE -1952 Old-mobile Hv- ,
Eosy chairs arfoam cr.-' oo dramat.-. rco,. 9 000 miles, full I
fwa-rilul rugs Swedish Ch.- C ir rred cc o f'-t.oced Call N lav FOR SALE
fore foor and table. Lorw 39? to 3., or apply 2529-C,
ami 70t ieen to be- p precictea CC- ., ofter -
_ho ....' .99r O"ffce hours
E:-iavl og washer 25 cvce Help Wonted
Gas Sersel refrigerator
STel. 3-3000 Call Joaquin Experienced rraid, must live in, hp
-ena St. iPerei'lJ N6. 6, with children, references. O%0,
pt. 4 Anmdor Rood. Balboo.
FOR SALE 'WANTED TO BUY
S Real Estate WAN ED T3 BUY --rinc -u "Mue-
-------. .- bleria Tu-n No. 200 Central
iftilRING' Contact u. for lovelv Avenue.
-hrr.e S 5.'00 to 550 000. Inrome
h e S5.y, goves. ranches. TeIrm WANTED Vu refrigerator as a
roy& Hgoveres. Reg Reol Estore trade-rn Ji a new Crosley Shelva-
Ir.ers No. 8 Brumley Pulestor, dor Cymo-* Tivoll Crossing. 2-
!,akers No. 8 Brumley Pulod or.
. 1t .y Sonford. Flordo. i 17
r- ^1 --'--- I I &I# A 1 II
Beauty Shop Equipment, Partiltons.
glass top dressing tables. Shampoo
Chairs. Bowls, permanent w ve
machine, manicure tables, dryers.
utility cabinets. glass show cosd.
etc Very cheap Call Navy 3812
bir.inesi hours; Bolboa 1389
FOR SALE:-Breakfast set. complete
dresser complete, also one male.
one female Thoroughbred German
Shepherd puppies, 7 weeks old.
Phone 1389, house 150 Shrapnel
Street. Bolboa Heights
FOR SALE:-2d" grfiV bicycle.
GINILL LISS Sant Clara GUEST
HOUSE.. Overlooks. on. .. -
,Frtej6y7 r. civv t ft
S ml. walks iv-
'pona, badmrintn, a putting
green etc. Colf Navy 382 days
Ilocoli Beauy hpipD; eUi o
1389. evenings. I
This. ioikT ApSomIbo
S IL, mi,-.Is iSn$ta.
or s o'ertucke S Cier. Av
.on Cltwai. -, r
F st J .' .. ,.. .C",. :Iat
Grkmlich SQI el-
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FOR RENT-.-2.M bedom tiP in
San Francisco,. poCy fumihed.
Cnll Panama 3-579 ,9 a. m, to|
6 p. m.
FOR RENT: Spacious reside.
furnished in Bello Vi~b oI d -
em conveniences. F W lenMtMn
telephone Panama 3 7-Q957
ATTENTION I I. Just builtmadw
furshed apartment, on% t ab
bedrooms, hdt, cold haotr. Tel-|
Sephw. Pwanom 3494~ .
,.FOR SALE WAN I T 27..-A,. t f.ul. 83
'.oats & Motoru Miseellaneous FOR SALE:-26 bicycle, tricycle. FOR
radio, toqst r. a J .0 HI
1 1JLE: 20' Aux sloop gray WANTED -- urermaster couch ,ern". 58 -M'l aI
ialfnne engine. newlv painted and hon Blbo 91 371. b 7ai
mpletely oerhauled, sals and FOR SALE -Suitcses in good cmn. Phon
a q uipment Call Nav 544. f lK diton. Very cheap, No. 26. 45th F
t :-SLE-New boot. 6" long. IdVer rafnO To 10 street. '.
at', seen at No 1"7:. Central ,oneI
ti be seen at No 172 2Central FAITH FOSTER'S HILLTOP KENNELS Two
Talepone 2038 Pn-d By TV NOW 15 THE TIME ingro
F -o select a Toy Fox Terrier puppy to pe
S... Tagive as a wonderful Xmas gift. Turrr InfCI
o See Murder left at sign 8 mi. out Tns., ighwy
cil Today ee Uril, to Gale 72. *i f
hurch Still NEW YORK. Nov. 28 *UPI FOR SALE.-Holllcrafter 538C re- Read
l Police Investigating a mu-der i. ceiver. New 8 x 32 binoculars epho
,,,A-a Han Utti h.. crowdeu mildown bar todjy Votghtlaonder camera. f3 5. Phone c* i
s In Handy Admitted they were stumped 2-5527. 5 p. m. tol p. h
'Y CITY, 0 ( PT P I 'cause 25 patrons were too b^s. FOR SAE:--Notionel 183-D receiver Peqo
ro CIT O, thoh 11- 'atchln a fight on tnlevlii,.n and speaker. Select-o-Ject Tel-.FO-
lok s thoug h a Im.'to hear the iftal hoti or get a ephone 2-1712, Sunday, 1200
roh bildingY h-re may lo;k at tiie killer. aF ai l,__ -
Ve ik, usefluTn'r Mel
aotre ~as bull by setl, -One witness did turn up U,_ FOR SALE:-Trcycle newly painr- -
Methodist hnup of wor e said. but he a in a ed ball bearing 18 inch bica le
M; a a thnd uried a'. su,.- m baoo, b t the lmrn al' 'c I okes. UOne fourth h p. motor, 25
-Kfe vinlctinfhe ot o 'r Ilong and th:,uait the h- "..-le. 2-3235.
y WPiam Sterk. operattm he-heard were 1'rst part, ot .
eed mill.. bought the rough television proapam I MN'' I
U ae block next to his mill The v.ti -a x.e tun deinje _p
mberdbt~ldu nd moved .The Pi i uneti- imte Necker -.mvJ
Shaded a second floor and putfed-entered the Glasbr a AKRON, 0. (V.P.'--Gale Mauk
'& new roof. Otherwise the old Grill tat o est 52nd Street and uill use extreme caution the nex6
iile remains unchanged, though Ninth Avenuei about 10:45 Jagititme he souWds i automobile
itepile does show signs of de-.nlh B. police said, and was c.- Ihorn .,
lowed a ew minutes later by al At the hospital, he told of wait- FQr.
wit the country pinched man who tired four or !v- ijn fcr a trafBc light behind un- paet
I space for grain, theshots" from a .38 caliber rev1l- other car. The signal turned greea, ,eiM
is again leading a use- ver Tw.o of the short struck the but the car ahead didn't move.
victim. He died at a hospital. Mauk said the driver and hia
woman passenger were clinching
r,---- overtime and apparently didn't no-
S, tinc the light change.
CITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great While 'leel
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as tIe New IW k. New
I 2, 4 and 5 romos, tfuinWd
nfUrmished, Alhpatibfo'i Office
1. I0th Strte9 Colon. Thl
na 1386.. .
ibdrambdarfmCnt 'put bUtU-
D fuwnitng.a Bby4a Crib amg
inemt indfuleds Rent 460.00.
IENT-Aportrment in, build"n
block fm El PopoJE HoftL,
hdmbimm, living nd din-
n, garage and poa Via Ed-
at. -owdo P tla-Si. Na.3.
'motion aportn I. 4 --. 4
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FOR SALE J
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1947 NFsl "$0
1949 Ford 'W" CoOpe,
1950 Foat 1 l'Soad
1947 Hid. Comvertible,
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n e P e i s a p 3 m l fI.
ne iahbllP -z ,;]
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aa('- ~on w <
1951 Cevrolet fotr -'
door, P. 0, .
1952 Cbevolet loar
S door, P..O .
1195 Ford two or,
:1949 Dodge four door
1950 Pjymouth foultr dow
i- a K I
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He blew Mis hor. and the bay,
iI,-moing motorist ahead apr-
pn ;v blew his tpp. He got B 't
Vtie Car. came back to Mauk& andj
punched him in the face.
The Pacific iOMlN
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5 Street No 26
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One of the nost ap ar
Mai unforgettable t everI
to reach the screen.ls reported
to be Columbla iletures' "SBlaes
of Babylon;' atarrin .Ichard
Conte and Lida Chr'atl tI uId
featuring Maurlep Schwartz.
"Slaves of Babylon," w.lK colr,
by Technieolori opei 'next
a rsb.LTy jt be R.'M aWte. .I
SSaid to reveal for the first
time the ancient glories and co:-
otful apectacles..6t- i. *itCE em-
pire, leavess of Babylon" recalls
the ap$lor.thflt Aney w Ba-I
byl uner th tyranaial rule
of Nekuchadneaar, ad Ita ul-a
SRichard Conte portrays Na-
hum, a rebellious IsraelUe ca.c-
tured by the conquering, ab-
1 With Daith ElMlthe prop.
re ds rstpre e i
,t? rle the j
: wf- *-. ". .. ", -m&aa i
ul heir to tf throne of Babylon "Slaves or l
To accompR* this g-yointic taAk other exciting met aI
of freeing tbeir oppressed ,ra'., Daniel in the lions' des,
Conte .and Schwartz persuadcjous -laW dance. mGtshty
the youthful shepherd Cyr.a, clashinR iead-on. slaves .i;
Terry KIlburn, to assume hisfiery iunace, and other l
rightful place is King oA Permi i dents iroum the age tf
and then tD Cmbark upon a ae-: Richprd Conte ja sam fB
lies of oornduets that eveatuall entirely .at horhe he his *hM
.Il aovethuroWaJlAyolfr e otaby, tie rota ast liberatR ld
Ion and thus free his vple sp laved people and Linda h0
When Cyrus falls In love w.thitIan Is described as breatb4
the bountiful Bta due an ntta,- Ing ly beautiful as -.'
played by Linda Christian. N.:- Prineers. Maurice 8ch 1
hum devises a plan that will ie- lends dianity and feW to
suit in'ttlea t eat of Wabylon role of the prophet tdf ..
uniting Papthea and Cyrus a "Slves of Babylon" ',wa
the new alers. -r' ned for thle screen tbk't
The cimax to the .letare, inn Scott who wrote both tt
which the fall of Babylon is cc- nd screen play. Willai
lived, Is said to be an-over- Idirected and Eam Kpt
wbelmant specteale of destruc- iduced the spertacle, in
aon by flame and sword. ITechnicolur, for Coium
Advance reports Indicate that tures. .e
Eagerly 'Awaited Sea Stor
Opened At Balboa Yesterd
PFw films had been so eager)v
awaited as "The Cruel Sea, the
Nicholas Ionsarrat beat-seller.
which opened yesterday at the
The bdok ranked a- ong the
world's best-sellers ann has been
published and aerial zed LI
newspapers and magazines In
almost every country in the
world In Great Brltain alone
It has been read by an estimated
four million persons.
~r~i17. L -s
i.' A.9 -.Cloe. ;her back -on
"JaCrawforts d list. Shl'
ati e otf thle t play a f
6ther' gal .om n.
h & I is Beasani,
.* t r -hirI6'
*~J 1r 44f1
pomey is b
'the stcry behind "The cruel
Sea"' can be traced back to the
a. .S.. Slightl few -s ew r la Niame early days of the wea irhen Mon-
,,itm MUiler, "M s llrp ApeLd. sarrat. then a relatively '-u
,i o ..... .....known'writer ho. ad Ju.st
ed that idei stic passive reslis-
tance could never win a we3r.
He had entered the battle at
first as a stretcher bearer. Afttr-
five months, hq made up h .i
SKINE JONMON mind to take a more active nart .
dta. ,oraf dendit In the light and volunteered for transferred to frigates- and waz the Incidents based on hisb
-. o -' the Navy. mentioned In dispatches. experiences as'well as44be
S- It has been said that "The, rence of others. ,,
the fitm stuQle's want- 't. But for fan 'feactIoD Dan's He was a sailor for the next Cruel Sea' is largely autonio-,
's bei wooed by Fox siU amazed at his China Smith five-and-a-half year. He con- graphical. That is not stri.y Starkly Real
erlb ti ye Ai "A telefilms. e handed. a corvette, was later true; but it Is certainly *the oit- I "The GrMel Sea" ist t '
es for 15 yes sad tbqe ere the say that 'Numbs One" Lockharti fact .nd Monsarrat has
former fvtelual or hr e m Gabor Sttrs is a selI-portralt--pbysically. At time relied on imagln.t
iund it to year.o erko me nas rn r rot there are grounds h t'drmost hoxrifylpg i, 1
d K io k" f P Jlhat sleppos ibn- buC "there l.sl f chal tepottne.'"The tt B.
Suabn& aes, Led-Smith. But dons4 'ask me why sx- To so Rst ato a great deal athim In Iler e.r.ae, hac Nn mnpd
cb new pro- rar-olds look at the program. T D Frt also a great deal ,of hn in the course, ha been. m l
Ss y. new sro-Augst tb a- proLm.L Acharacter of the captain, Eric- rigid adherente to he
Sianit Jan August e. .about owinw. naturally. f-or
S~are gasaf ver MI- the actor he knows ho has a 3-D r l ib Act B dramatlc urpoeWs anf
IU's "~ casnized" Wife. "She's been throwing things Both. characters are. In fact. length. :~
ter ach Lllian at hi for yer. YOR, Nov. 28 (UPI) composites of himself and al
the job. QUITf A GAP. The three fabulous Gabor sisters the olr wodette coaptaS pqA j CompreSsing a two
--_ Rihard Barstw, who's do Maa E nd Z e First Lirute f4hat he kne thousand word novel
seB, R eobe 'Mitchum Judy Garlead's dances in "A Stabout odo their first gh club jt as a I the members of. the movie lasting slightly o
r 4lt-Ray are formn- Is Born," met a celebrated movie show ..tether. crew aret m aiUes' the a- hours requires a judciout
ead ovie an blonde and later coma ntover aa the last of the Hun- ors who r'w r with hfi,' anim of material to be used.
eu -3. :6&B and^- There was a2ns in the 0;iiver. Mfarda, 4e last Of the Hun- .. ......
Swith 0. Texas sation--her mindF' garian-bora beauties to join the
SIl. ranks f show business, reveal-
0 Barbara Stanwick's wearing an 6d this fot in the thickly-carpet
ae is i eads over Ids Italian street ur h bob for "Wit- Ced, Iea l draped living room
lay" role because "It nMss to Murder." ... Valentina 0o h0 l W York apartment.
i of the la! .killer Cortesa has recovered from the The e element at a Las Ve-
.Ulnes, that seared her Hollywood gas elulb eginp on Dec. 28.
friends and writes from Italy that ays I0da "the three of u PANAMA C TY
sbifSA qh4'is ready to do a BIroadway together wl' be paid more than .
0J ,."5 iP. "anyof, t e-or got tor night
o :.5 club - se says she can't e- IMHEA
Barry Sullivan and CBS-TV are veal th exact figure, but she
tatli about a new home-screen hblsta, i' very. much morB
come ie, Pro'esponal Fa- than "lU a week."
r ... $ae- a ht TV reel
of EdwarvdI. old' Mr. Presi- a town house which has since been
dent" mrakingt ,amcy rounds, eeeted Ilto Saks Fifth Avenue."
I dog In M.n dreas to re-
m *wprias -ding feature. of te-sTA LUtX note:
X'. mj3ba who badase a DiW O oUNI RtUchmbnd, th ex.Fol i. 9
ahe sl and liea I'driving a new, $739M00..m
dl as Robert.Yog's mate is c car. She make t 'ROMI hTICl GAY AB D
in so ersio of "Father' her the used clothes ""BYtH i
Mi.-As Barometer Starsn In Beverly Hills.* THE SILVERY.O
SJamk Web, about hi ."Drgt" In Techaelor
fan mal: "I"M, '*iP '-' tat," the upcoming with
'"Mal IM a weaderfhlarometer. Mwna',toe starrer at Fox, DORIS
M sor more tfeam ul-pSats trwl r eout be all about Steve DAY
i aemethlbe spefrl&Jlt ^p like, DBrope' tod' is dive off Brooklyn
Credit birectt- Frank Lloyd for
S beSt reason for enjoying old
in*s talebvsion. Says FraJk:
^.Mh'W Rot only nostalgicapy
peate, but make me gratefr,
i sa e far we've com in t
usines -at making movies."
--" Bwum McawM *.,
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Mu d Out 4-Horse Fieldi
e Uzza's speedy Chingri today gets
pto make it two victories within four
yus n he goes against three opponents in he
fe j $750 Class "B" seven furlong daha"t tr
iuan rance race track.
S a irffeSt, opposition Is there will be a seeondaryatt'ae-
ceme from Goyonder tion in which Class Im orts
V. wias ,been dropped a class. Pancho Falcato, Follow Me II
wonflrwu second to Florera Noveno, Arkansas and Agat
*s last. time out, soundly beaten match strides in a widen o
P the starring Chilean filly contest. .
aingrt was also easily beaten -.
t Don ulo Mercado's flyer the Yesterday Pirovo II fust lI
t time he met her. to score by three-quarterb of
Thursday Chlngri demonstrat- length over classy natim tho i
I tha6 he is back in too form oughbred Golden Tap in the
kth lt ridiculously easy vic- one-m i 1 e-and-ftivoxteenthk
n theba en furlong Tranks- $1.520 added Firemen's Corps
i Day Handicap. Relampa- 0Cutrpo de Bomberos) Clasa
aI ttC'0q Au Vin. twoached- far Class "B" Imported horses a
Starters today. were among the Ju nT ran o race track.
bose trounced by Chingrl. PiropO II broke well and dit-
playing unusual early speed ke
the basis of Thursday's re- close to the pacesetters -
the "experts" are predict- Charming Prince d Quo
that this afternoon's feature for the first me then
turn out to'be a Virtual after .Charming' Pknce w
race. Ruben "Caliche" Quo Vadis quit a .Sihook
one of the track's four the Prince tutnir g lnt t
Jockeys. will be aboard stretch but he was in nat
while Bias Aiulrre, the finish and- Just, lasI to wit
tdrdqes the Class "B" feature, Chani g Prince wa
leader ocky stad the
luan Franco Graded Entries
Jockey Wgt. COMMENT
Native 7 Fgs.Purse: S275.00 Pool closes: 1:45
First Race of the Double
Vilarreal V. Brown 112x -Danerous contender
azo A. Mena 115 --Could repeat here
use C. Ruls 118 -Should score now
eeo M. Ycaza 107x -Usually close up
o R. Guerra 102x,-Not good enough
po J. Gngo. 100x--Has even less chance
asee "H" Native *4 FPgs.nse: 127.,00 Pool closes
-...... Second Rae of tbhe: Double
a A. Mena 108 -4- dance handicaps
&omlb V. Ordo. 110 -uredictable
.,-. &dA: Gonsa. 90x --Rat$* ulpe -chance
i' tr 11 Mena R. 107x--Nothi n to indicate
I V.: BrOwn 109x-L was revealing
n C. Ruti 115 -Distance to liking
.'de Mayo H. Ruiz 10Ix -In-and-outer
ua. -* A., Ycaza 107x.-Ood early' speed
0. Casti.. 112 -Returns reportedly ready
u B. Agulrri 118 --neems best on paper
o ,i"'H" Imposted 8% F Pn r :$ .00 Pool loaes:
- 9PN TWO
A. Mena 11U -Good performance last
B. Aguirre 110 -Improving steadily
J. (ongo. 102x -Rates outside chance
A. frl.,11 -Stout' rival in mud
r. idal.-108 --Could score at price
. Was "E" Native 7 FIr. Pne $275.0 Pool *eles:
M. Arose. 96 -App rently off form
Mena R. 105x -Rider handicaps
B. AguirIe 118 -AIWis rumnnerup-
R. Guerra 103x -Rates good chance
V. Brown 102x ..:-e reached peak
O. Casi,. 113. ---Retrnn. in ood shape
J. gongo. t--4WI force pace
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Native 7 Fgs. Purse; 3 0.6o Pool closes: 255
L. Glral. 110 -it- strllgest finish 3-1
H. ,Rult 1t0x- ttr in the mud 3-1
J. Bravo 114 -Hard, to best here 2-1
F. Rose' 124 -In god .form even
V. Brown 10fx -Should help entrymate ever
Imported t Fxs. PFre: 545 .00 Pool closes: 3:.r
First Race of the Double
A. Mena 108 -Not good enough yet
J. Bravo 11t -Will fight it out
R. L. GI 103 -Outside chance only
V. Brow 105x-Apparent)y off form
L. Gir. '112 -l Wtter each time out
A. Gonza. 10fx -Doesn't have much rcgss
V. Orte. 116 -Alming for bi payoff
B. Aguirre 115 -Already out of bag
Mena R. lOt--Could score Upset
Race "E" Imported 7 Fg. Purse: $550.0 Pool 'closes:
Second Rale of the Double
H. Ruis B9x--Nothing to recommend
r~. Casti. 108 --verythinp indicates
V. Brown It1x-Doesn't belort' here
v. brdo. 118.--In photo-finish
E. Orte. 0Nx--Always lose. here
J. Chuna 107x -la thick of it
IRse "I" Imported 4% FPi. Ptarae: $375.00 Pool closes:
Ted Schmidt Black Marlin pounds. . omm Styl
.Black Marlin 777 p ...alhJr. aSvl1 a '
-pounds...Five flshei watch Mairll SB.v-
,sb caught...14 .Maru landed. W b~t,rdIo to. qer
ao talflsh...Dolpbin* l wee rebo g tI W l It
but. of the outrmgger"...a ~narn t :.
we'should sg~ the part left btSe sth -
ed over 80 pounds... Sailfish..uand his th
other and boats were pulling op e arqE to save
. The above sounds. like oth lt f a ear's n
fisherman's dream. However.it la true ana happen
'ay to the five boats ftlu t -ga;a a last *qek. All fie
eare flying Marlin and ailb f when they returned. h
all agree the fishing left n b desd and
reports it must have been a to nd l p. o, ,-.
Ted's Black Marln wa the .lbtt ever tpa
Baty. Tommy's was the ooad lar est ev taken
*6alph's Silver Marll was the largest bp well over a
fever taken in the World. 'These three fish alobwt
>nade It a very succeassul-trip.
SThe Cainman and th SBeri both reported a hugrP "t
O miles out to sea. The durifwas from .5* tbo 75 Ceea6 6id
I any miles long. It'was so, .ense that =.oI- could I aMlu i
eross. -The water was blue.and crystal .l. and the aa-ll.
iie with fish.
The Caiman saw a small Thresher Shir'k jaout mro fkt.
with a tall almost aq long as its body. Ti9atW
on.the top by the hige drift We have not fieard of a
hark being Identlfl4e tn these waters before and f
wqome. Al fishing bodk agree that Threshers are to J d
lm n tempesr-aseM and they have been taken todthe NorthI pd
eouth of Panama, This Shark is classed as a game flh and an
be readly identified by its long tall. We will run a complete
description at a later date. Any one having information regard-
ing other Thresher Sharks in these waters please advise.
Reports from the Sert now in Pifa Bay would Indicate that
the area Is still hot. They have landed several Sailfish. 11ied
at least three Marlin and caught one small Silver Marlin.
native Sun's Moon fourth and
tthe others far out of it, coim-
'Piropo II paid $7, $3.80 and
.80. Regal Chum raced to his
.acond straight upset victory,
returning $34.80 per win duat
In the nightcap. Piropo II wa
Virgillo Castillo's second winne
of the day but BIas Auir.e. a
the top wnner with three
1-Corista $5.40, 3
1-Patriotlc $3.2, 2.20,
2-Compo $5.40, 2.20
Second Dauble: (C<
1-*Blr Boss 85.40, 3, 2A0'
-_l-Toaletaso $4.40, 3.60
Tap) $1.4 8
fl.1 others are Yale,
2-ldeo eTn S2,0 180
3-lCharminrrml $* .
One-Two: ( po n-Golden*
,Tap) 83.M. '.-
eero i ,c RJ, ("BA) With
pu of ColumbiS, Brown
out .Ivy League gaoM
tfall. The others are Tale,
Prfeto naad Harvard. S
5-1 FIRST RACE
8-1 l-Proton (te)$50, 4.80, 2.60
5-1 -Whiwte Fleet $10.40, 4.20
2-1 SECOND RACE
1:4J 2-IXk6eMRlone-520, S.
13--i. Chula $4.
even ri RACE
5-1 1-.Glden Pick $17.40, 2.60
2-1 2- lM utr $0.20, 3.20
4-1 3-Arad 'lu*f -
1--Goldl ,Wodr $3.20, 2.20
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. YOU TOR PERFECT CHR GOS .. CI.
41t. UD F. Hidal. 105 --Showing improvement 5-1I
0-%rI Midi V. Otdo. 115 -Last was revealing even
-'9. qneess L. Giral. 114 -Needs more distance 3-1
Tair A. Vp.q. 118 -Has blazing speed 4-1
Jia1Lv A. Valdl. 110 ---Nothlnp to indicate 8-1
tAi l V. Casti. 112 --peedy newcomer 2-1.
Anne F. L. Gil 105 -Has good speed 5-1
Se "C" Imported 7 P.?P r": $M.00 Pool closes: 5:18
as A. Valdi. 116 -Returns from layoff
o V. Ordo: 109 -ImprovtIn steadily
ge v. CastL 115 -Seeks third straight
a 0. CastL. 11e -Should be close up
SnA. Vas. 114 -The horse to beat
e C. Johnson 102 -Seems outclassed
A R.-L. il 112 -Returns from brief rest
Wt "3" Imported 7 Fgs. Prse: $750." Pool eloses
R. Vas. 114 -Should be "h0oo in"
r Apulrip 120 -Dapger card
kE Dario 10 '- oe recent races
o I 0. C.st 120 -Oodl4 improve
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"An aggresive defensive my was a regular there as a
man," testUfes Jes ~leay," his sophomore. Drafted by the
uiokness enabled Mm to do a Oreen Bay Packers last year,
fSie job of ntuhtg the sser. the Huntlngton, W. Va., giant
He averaged 50 'mlute .per was the most accomplished all-
game. You made no mistake around player on a stickoaut
selecting him for yoar All-A- West Virginia squad, a o n-
merlca." derful offeslnve center.
"J. D. Roberts c" mbined Oarrett was the nation's lead-
speed, experien e and extraor- ing passer and set a Pacific
dnary alUlty with tremendous Coast Cohference record. Oar-
desire abd always tb*ught `rt rett threw all types of passes
of his team," report BUWud llk- -the bu:.et, lob, long, short
inson. and medium.
Mims, who last year led'Mis- The San Marino lad was.the
ulsslppl to the Ne Q r lean; perfect ball-handler and direc-
Suear Bwl, had a wonderful tor, had the good judgmantto
lateral movement for a guard. swallow the ball when he obuld
not imd a receiver. That's why
Ordes, who was topped up he had so few Intercepions. He
In the cribbing trageS t the rather surprisingly turned out
United Btates Mlitary Acade- to be a strong defender..LLft-
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footed, his punts averaged 37.8 Not really outstandlnlSft
yards and he oonverted after phase, Lattner rose tob
touchdowns. caslon when It cound. l
J. C. Caroline as a sopho- could do most anyt
more halfback broke ted Ameche was a
Orange's groumd-ganing record back in that he ran
at Illinois, but could not beat Opponents bounced
out such grand all-around per- che's hips and his
former as Olel, Lattner an d shoulders killed them
Ameche. got In the way. The lare
low was the Big Ten's
We Fesler ealls Oel. the ground gainer as a
greatest college back and the and kept right on
most amazing runner he has ed out- to be a sta
seen in 22 years of coaching. backer.
"Olel did an amazing ]ob '
with a very mediocre Minneso- Picking All-
ta team," says Coach Fesler. you re just how
A major league baseball football-players there
pitching prospect, Glel called theU tnite States.
signals, passed, caught pass As We remarked at
and was very outstanding da. it's nice to know th
fenalvely. our side In cams of a
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S ATIONS. N Y, Nov -....-,-. .. 'S'
I -- The United States TWENTY-NITIl, V'A, PANAMA, R. P. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 19,4 53 3 NTt
ay prepared a resolution had_________________ 0 _- ".I_ aget
a y .... ,... .p lt . S1 . *m 9 .
a ld cse Communist atrocimu letter
I K.rea for presentatiOn Uon about thel" ra.111
S in the United Nations nI 0 l he 1 1Si .l dt I er
te tes rlution will omit anr Bn. Brv A O
fit n an nvres tiati ont ce te r m ero .
n Nt Blsh P Stated that th eM t at tonal e vote of dene did not Thetwo ted 60,000 i eld, D
Sand re ion her hur hol c n en he op n of depu- ranob wealthy
i n Ruia anlheir Beud. meeting "n the near It the es tiesals said, because Ther at as C after the tt
;t' e .,Le. uu s anr' tre-on d ay E n uy pn whk-
ind and Nor th Koppusirea on .t over t lf oe 3. Dou d a ton would ead eve
France Australia tayb m.
and Turkey will join the Unit- And h.g .
oui obousl prevent any sn ia s surprIOe r of BI- e rous" gand a "threat to anew a be repossiblm-600,0. Wes t Ga ro the M ssour oth
S.President 1t a meeting place. the bl or meeting with Russia. cham Dec. 1 for he kdnap-
)pi.olition was sure to come B, lteh Porif* .S tated that the h et. atb .yo. Uonal The vote of eottdelce did not The wo yrutd Bob. m 1[. o
.os.igatlon commission Irorn Four talks. world war" the plan tod earm ln t -wi a immediate- contemplated European atrmy.
*penetrating th? bamboo cur- i lA London Foreign Of fi western G ormany under the Eu- ly o the Fro foferean minu- Lanlel's motion. which cau-
ttdrn." spokesman described the RaM- ropean defense community, It sisters g other at Berlin tiously refrained Trom mention-
orne Ue d Stiaa s changes slan offer as a.welcom e meet-a "n the E nroean Army pln Lnel o that; too. n the European army, asked fh
tha Communists oured an ane" o preve u wetr e designed to cloa -wr b an- ony o a promise that t ftFrance'er they
Ii3.'.ir govpr .i j"any European plan which
filed tens o thousands of U N. ito meet with tl Sovit c- of German mllltaniLs d i tion fn fO y r on va onf ro-unity Tprorad would be "as- ttin
,1T& obv'ouslv prevent any. Rl. sia's surp er of BIg- Ierous" and a "threat to a-newN -- au "- Xem- .600,000.WentOsan nthe
Igrpsation cimmviians. ron Four talks. world war" the plan lto. arm tn he a- w I ol V e mniae- cont lae en ace.
lany Americlans, will be pre- took an entirely ;diffopt ant baMa in Europe. FPrance Xiatiqaal A--
that Commqnists tortured anti ance" of previous western otfers Was designed to cloak:.& IembsawM tfi_"wer'b44a an- only for a provyse that France's
tMled tens ol.thousands of U N.,to meet with tWbOvlet,- of Gemn alltadaa' nd and henonaed onithoeve of pro-unityprogram would be "as-
i pa and civilians, i.cluding But the St Irtent the creation of lorlJin ntlUtlry the c50AVIV 3 oReYof oont hn sured of its COntfance."
ntied dirrcly to the General mtre pessiminrt t of the 4. aid Russia Is willi to doubtedly w'laealck
A;.:mDly or debate. Kremlin's move. Th.Depxrtment exert efforts together with other the props from under'. I Three fr
Ssard in a formal statement yes- European countries to cooperate coaltila cabinet and., .itone r
IMeanwhkl in Panmujom. Ko- terday that the note was "dlsap- on Eropean security ''by means acti on, European. n .-
,0a, U. N. .uvoy Arthur H. Dean pointing" and Indicated the of appropriate agreement he- Add Ta i l l
handedd the Communists a 12- Russians are trying to block Eu- tween all the countries of .u- But the Soviet aItategy
po'nt plan for holding Ko-' open unity measures and rope Independently of their so- backllreld'n that Lamlel won
tan conieience today and the "g'o0s over" Moscow's previous cial structure." the confidence idta iy a ln
Sprolaised to make an 'lm- unwillingness to ease world ten- Meanwhile, Premier Joseph J5-24 majoritA at a .thame
ant statement" Monday sions through negotiations. Laniel's failure to win amre whefit appeared h t ttring .I.
tant statement M y. American ofielals said RPs- than a simple majority on hisa govaa ent 'would ellab. 'P
sia was "back tracking" *n European unity girogram It Lanle- saved his t by PUrANmot n_ P)-
11a mar c omis earlier objections to a fer- him in a follow-the-le e ledg 'that France would do Threl tn
ian ass ured the Communists power conference apd the % te position today on Bermda thist re.dlLt11sedAt today
lhi The Lnlted Nations Ge- amounted to nothing more eonferenee matters. less thMLV t ate a w nd
eral Assembly would agree to than a changee of precedure." When the "big three" talks U swept blase ite the. iart of
e4t non-voting neutral na- They pointed out that Moscow open next Friday. Laniel is ex- the city and eft 45,000- ome-
.bns" as non-votlng "obser- fist had demanded a fve-pow- pected to go along wholeheart- less.
Jio" at the conference. er conference, tinluding Red ely with British Prime Minister I L .l South K 0' an flref ting
Sadered strictly to hina, as a pelude to Winston Churchill on any bids teams, .on the alert the
Dean a there strictly to his power talks.. B. ws g the worst it$re, in. ;Kr~1a's
tand -that it the Soviet Union is went lto cti qutkly. had
pref tca at the conitrence, the Reds "adl 3 down la Pthe ns In M tttide lq blor
delegates must be with the a single .wtep ne IIO th withia .
a single step i IflU'Olice U WI N Ies VIV "~ wit ian ht
rent North Koreans and or substance."A r_' n r i 1
tls. view, the Russian ote. is still Whh (PHn f I-- Al i~ T et@ -l ti-
disclosed that South riddled with "hooks and barbs." . . .
- mean ?resident Syngman authorities said that the RuW- 1 I lit li
Shad promised 'complete slans had made It clear .they Aedte o ohe Bl ekezaat afte 'all
I tion'" whl~e the confer- had not budget from their p re- fwvAill appear at th~~ Wot ~t tasted areat -mir r l *i IAl
i aa S asn session, vlous stand that the west wojtld eani Cl will appear at 3he .UII I-1 btta dora
lUe the conference is in ses- fense buildup before talks could to be held next Friday and Sat- the lbarnMyd birttwarne t lt l be
the city 61 .n)tMd ar roed nib -pblg roq Vlo out hear jhe
Ilsfthostilitles will be not re- assure peace. urday in the Lty. n al air rTad eonih. br t hearw L ""
," Dean said. And the Soviets have net a- the Iotel Tivoll, Ancon. e wiU yae a s Y P tW T o,, a
t often has threatened to abandoned hope of getting B.4 arr'ta at W a.m. on Saturday en.b p hundred a
north" if the Communists China into nto ernational ngo- d be hert to greet the cbl- of .-0e; when
area. The Soviet note on the Big I "'. 1.
uwow progress in untyh ei.h B, m
S Four talks In summary: th who want #c- 7
1. Expressed "readiness" to t of I Th1 ones talkill '? -- n a4 'ab ot I p o
tend a four-power meeeti Of T 0 ta.'Cla.nsb Pen Wo'men a ir
ll r foreign ministers on.yeducing In- ed wi. the' we-
S Traced By ternational tensions. "spectfi phorapher, Jerome
examination of questions con-Sl, a l col n photogr, ry
Ph cerning security in Europe, and Pain, to be prese
the consequent resolution of the wi- .cawira. 'Thesepicturf
German problemm" It suggsteC W ae -; into Christmas
une the ministers meet In the "City J daked.
itsro n of Berlin." No specific date WVA ,d pitin by ment-
Voob 'and paintings by meni-
rSX BUROH, Nov. 27 IUPI- was proposed. The Allies had be 'a the Sianal Zone branch
ITBURGH Nov. 27 1 UPI 0 PQeR aW0olen will be dis-
87-year-old St. Louis woman, Woget h will be n -
ced through a 50-year-old U ae. iia"ll t baether wa h na-u
d phoCograph, ws declared Iwspapers Finally ,a'd.
llen By Mad Dog Aventures," wi'
ent.as the lonpg-Adssing .CHICAGO. Nov. 28 (UP). ter Beaudry.
I sof Mrs. Sara M. Welakr. 'Mr. X," w m dely sought -fr ra r antings to be ex-
Weller, widow .o days to warn him her w.l bl I a.iter olandsca
ithy isburgh oil company by nbd do, was nudry nted
erd n 1951 leavin an feverish and Ip pain today a Pa e ato the
.t estimated at $3.500,000 MA doctor's oht to se hl Club last month.
enrt, -Was te M onre, Harln SnArr, 43, ChArovl2 e )n- ealso has an d n-
e Mrs. Mary Emma Nooner dlan, Inally ws reached by ry, i the portrait
tceved their share of the newspaper warnings in what tor painted tor a
L'u Judge Cox withheld dis- apRlarentlv was adeaute t~o b T theater oauildt
iution of the remainder pend- to spare ine a hrble di 2eeved unfavror-
a search for the niece, who frnm rabies. o one of the
been last heard f r p'm 50 Bnarr. a lune'counter waiter, aro n
Sago. wa rushe~Di to mUilclpl Con- ritlca, the ar
Attornev-Charles hpint, whotar ous DisDa Hospit rllue
appointed by the court to do,'tors inoculated him i e eraOl Inter-
se-the arch. found a picture twice the usuul arountn of Pas- elst.
mislhg niece in an album teur treatment aeraVn. 9i J wll be open to tl'
by a relative. Dr'. Her.:nan Bundesen, re' 'to :
rough censusu reports and idcnt- o0 IeA Board of Uela -ad roma 91
reco s, Spinelli found sala Bia'r was oundI to to 5 n'aturay.
McKon. now a great- a low ever a1d to be suf
dmother, in St Louis. She from a sore throat and
Ised the lecture as one acnes. cP t, h.e t tism 'i-.y II, .
of her when she was 15. He .id these would 'symp. .
she produced a replica tons ort rsles, but a st of a I-Ae ,'r :, .
1! reported to the court number of other disea.c s ', -.. -. T
Judge directed that the got," Bunuesen said. "Wi're
be paid to Mrs. MeKeon making s,tnal and blood rest r. "-
1 is no protest within 10 and are w.tchlng and waiting," .
But Bunuesen Mid It did uot .. .. 28 (UaP) --
appear Snarr could be strickl . Marshall lItaves .. .' -
en with rable* as yet na sogB to receive ^ie
ouis Police ..hould have aood chance" to w
escape the disease through the Vaoldler-tate's .
For Robbers imoulatlomna raie n or rei k ..
mainly does pot incubate In hu~ 10, the
bronzee Bust iman be til, to 15 da t Al-
at the ea&Us after the victim I -
m. Mo.. Nov. 8 ( P)l is bitten.'
trday sought te thief Snarr wua bitt.n last Friday '- I trw a i ihe
who stole a bronze night in a South 8ide inegh- .- t
Robert A. Barnes. St. borhood and hurried away be- tt:
mlPl'onaire who left the lore any iue learned bla Iden-e
to balld the hospital that tity AutQorlt)es, warning thJLat .
name. unueuewm an must bling with te
bust was chipped from the 14r to 15 day period,, m ade
ble pedestal outside the an all-out eifnt.tvflind him.
lst eight. arx sad he was bitten on
during his n etlae i rehbad and bnpd when he
I en In een dmuing stopped to pet a collie do and
-d was known bl be- ha1 "no dea I was earryin
the Lord helps those raVlae"i.uUil he saw newspaper
themselves, wlar l .
Wl probability." a hoa- "0 I'm not afraid," Srnt
Ssp* haman said. "Mr. aId. I w-.s bitten by a rat$il.,
wouldn't have flt tbIs ta e :wh I was a boy on
j.aaid be ea.d. to _f;t-pat Frt.
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THIS BLESSED EVENT in Rome didn't make the society pages, but visitors to the city's zoo
like to watch this young giraffe try to follow his. mama on a jaunt around the yard.
THESE THREE STUDIES of-Britain's Queen Elizabeth II were made as she rode to androm Buf lujuld anP4cei
Parliament for the second time since her accession. Resplendent in crown jewels and imperial stat 'crown, tht
wore a dress of white lace on white satin. Embroidered on dress ,were emblems of England, Scotland, Wales. andI
IN CEREMONIES in Paris, former French army nurse Andree-Claire Montboisses is dec-' .
Orated with the Medal of Freedom at the United States Information Services headquarters.
She had been given the infantry badge by the commander of U. S. Second division.
CAMERAMEN CLICK FOR CASH
I CTURED HERE are four prize winners from world's
largest ($25,000) competition sponsored by Photog-
raphy magazine for 1953. Determined horseshoe-pitcher:'
(top, 16ft) was taken by Cornelius Westveer of Detroit
while a camera study of a gull resting with wings spread
' / "Wing-Spread"
efo i fr Hans-Guenther Suderow of Hamburg, Germany.,
Judges usthave wondered what rodeo animal the window-
Ah fg cowboy could possibly ride (bottom left). Samuel
Wu. Hollywood sent in that one. Loran Smith of Los
An'les submitted this backstage photo (bottom right).
IT' known as a slip dress
and its corseletted midriff is
topped by a jersey spencer.
Jacket is tweed. London's
Digby Moiton created it. f:SHINQl'S GOOD ;on south
ba8iiF* 6t ~~T'~ vo .SiaO as~~
'"The rood Look"
LARGEST OUANITY OF Super Constellations ever Mumbled in ohe sht. Ai B ateilQ
bank, Calit AMna otf l.o r4--trtepw are vlWi ts i 4a A '
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tiona, it hbs flhnhf t b
W. dad In=pction oI .at to
the turmollT last w a
the century. or -the Dn
eymologst to conol thu w t gums .
make with gals, end de
The Korean scene, for tani, was ly -
by a fire which wiped out Ff ord tba" g d- edM 4*thi
in Pusan. Remarkable what P* they have to g to
In Korea to keep eVeryOne. am-i to sleep In o-a t
middle of all that talking at'e going on there a A
lor how long is it now? Abe ,wh
Nobody cares how long, and that's a-lfaet. a Wer.lwi
Over In the Atlantic theater of operations, the Al- v.al
lies have got themselves to talking about whether Rus- A
ala's offer to talk at Big Four talks is merely goinRg wan"
to lead to more talking. .chl '
The offer has sure enough led to more talkisg in "ArM 1o0
London and Washington so it can't be sad the Rut new iaa
slans are monopolizing ie conversation, A. a y.p '
The British view is that at least you mi i well.
ilt down and talk with the RuSsians tathle thtal sowl "tW iei
at them across the Iren Curtain. don't
say they expect any good to come oftI tli e . bWi
cept perhaps.some sort of a bonusjtor abat.
cialists. Just that it seems more soclatble to tan ti
scowl. Neighborly, like. wp
American view is that while scowling mitht'nbbt-e clu.t O'I0
much help to any sort of situation, talklg 45 -,p tb M
be still less helpful, when the Russians are puttlr
in their twO kopecks. wort., .
The Americans have had some pretty ad Xper .t1fo
ences talking to the Russians. Unlike the.b hy .
never seem to have been able to settle 4dewr t hn -
exercise in the placid hope of achieving a sy
nothing. The Russians and the British see pt AtttO says
well matched at the gentle political art of g to thep
the ball-rolling in no particular direction. get &U"M
"he Americans, once they have one eye o t on a O
the ball, start the other orb scanning thee'uabBnt lt km
te -riory for signs of a goal .. day nlbtI I hi
peoplee who spend long iberian winters sleeping atter Vce-P1re
on the stove are familiar with games of longer dura- not s y sW nyi
tion and lesser purpose. Got to fill in that tiUe till Ateo a
enough snow has melted to get the door open again. if
What's the hurry. Let's talk. m ,r.
Till this London smgg bushinss got to its present kaiw after
sta e, British diplomats have since quite early child. Jeb.l l *.
hood been able to go outside at any tme of winter. issues."
without greater peril tLan that of a sppOR n nIcy Agston's mi
pavement and breaking their neck, 0a may 'sides ga me In the
accounted a fine prospect for (a) chldemn and (b). 'rndrepeaereYo.
diplomats. ad wIas
But, a broken neck averted, the SrI h .0dIm4nata. "m ;l* f
have generally grown up to prove them Irea edow. ,Ef '
ed with that sort ot well-~red auspec in ta4 ea. uo
which so easily can pass itself of Os diplomatic iii WCS
c ~eably comes of watching-cricket.
.ind the Russians are prone to spent the long winter
nignt (only one night a year issued In Vat o Rtus-' a
si. hence the term benighted country), playing 4 hea
Maybe. somehow or other, these inttmnab lks
wvieh have been going en here and 0a the
enr of World War U go somehow to pue.t e d I;s
ani; cricket breed more patience thea ? L ev,-pt. P
.n't for the ife of as think of anyta they -
hi;lnksgiving Day got by with not tee many roa-st "
"tiJ..es. something to give thanks for, anyhow.
'ne H;arry Dexter W~te eile .oseolnul t io et it .~
se tried in the political herdlinie. Thari.was one a .
Int resting coStribuUon from anoSter. esllwqa .: so '- "
.1 dearth of letters to Conre aamen tw is e- .
, Indicated that by apd large the votersef e at h ef-
Slates didn't ce;rc'woel ltle bit abort W ~e an
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wiart, In 194S1 ahd Pot a
th r what Is being. ..rigt tnow 3
Tili outr ag.e8s
committee's pns up a re-
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Perhaps there are some people machl
living either ift Panama or th? The
Canal Zone who wonder wn:' into vi
there is no local indi .ry to gether
make use of the many alligators workm
found here. They might very these i
well be surprised to learn that The
there is such a business. In fact. again
there are two of them that we by wor
know of. in Panama City. brush
Probably the better known of
these two "factories" is the one Befo
located near the ruins of Old or sold
Panama. Because of Its proximi- careful
ty to this historical landmark, as mist
this shop gets much of Its trade oring,
from the tourists vii Ilg the grain
luins there. a
The majority of a kina- uaed-tn a
the local alliate b tuslneiu atre
iaported .rot NiNcaragua. ,Tae
stof the a bUa edme from the
eor of Paeams '. -
'the m it thing we n
when we stepped Into the
was the stroflg smell. This duut
grew even worO as. we ap- r
proched .large vata where skirs old
wtae o4 king mn lime aater after le., n
pavln .hbeed acrtaped. storeI
* After the safta have been .For.
rned around tP sawdiust ,ani orlgino
rl bark .they are" .crapt a- flntshe
t the -iihr tthclaeke4 create t
Next the -'Jftir ls dye gators
gown, greeB..ted-4o- pt .The
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yes uped are made locally
earth, leaves and tree bark.
colored leather is thod
leather li carefully out
various sizes and, fitted to-
by .workers. Another
an then skilfully stitches
sewn article is now dyed
and repollshed, this tLne
kmen wielding large shoe
re being placed on dlapia:
i. each finished article is
lly examined. Defects such
fitted' seams, streaked col-
or uneven texture In th.=
prevent the product frum
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h..ere is eldom over two feet.
rheeae" baby one are the ones
Mhich are stuffed. The larger
ones are skinned where caught
and only the hides are brought
to the factories.
These shops seem to work
Somewhat like an assembly line,
though on a smaller and differ-
cause some of them have been
working in the plants for eight
or nine years.
This series of pictures takes
you inside the tannery near Old
Panama and indicates some of
the operations of turning an al-
ligator's hide into a salable
While a visit is recommended
Each man has just one job to as Interesting, there's one ad-
do. The polishers do only pol- vantage of reading about it in
fishing while the sewer does the Sunday American you
nothing but stitch. don't have to smell the alllgr-
The employes themselves must tors en route from "raw mate-
like their working conditions be- rial" to polished purse!
.AtadiMng knee deep in
Ad ke Tl, Go..
lime water, this man is taking out alligator skins which have been
Miu anixaterpurjteirefhlrba badl-pollspeo,
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