The Panama American


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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MP I T&' two South Koromswerem
indicted Wednesday by A8eouL
lot r" *o b :that'"
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The tomne e th W Infantrs
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down todoy for a quiet est
with h wife and are
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hbe 36-year-old former In-
itry officer said one of his
ef aims in the investigation
mid. be to try to learn what
Opened to 3,000 American
rUemen unaccounted for In
Korean fighting.
Many of the GI01's are believed
be still held by the Com-
IcCarthy said he had agreed
let Potter handle the investi-
ing as he sees fit.
Previous U. S. attempts to
d out what has become of
sing. prisonBrs of war have
b with "am arrogant thumb-
ot the nose at us," McCarthy
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McCarthy ap Pot*'
asion from the steps .f the
b-treasury building, where the
iconsin Republi An received
"Bill of Rig3 medal from
e Wall SLBi .post of the
nerican L44on.
'he pedt awards the medal
:h .yar to an American or
ri "whose outstanding Amer-
'n or group "whose outstand-
Americanism provided ex-
ptional protection and defense
our way of life."

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Gull of .lexico, utuck land a
tiw alfIe west of here.

ly nor wind gn the
trees er lnred usfronts
d roaps was reported, and
ae no know., at noon
; injjges. *

at boa 90
to daring the

t will dlmo windows
there buau said the
centered Just east
Ir -al. -Ila., at noon,
aid between there
a" a City at about 15
Vqbdg near the cen-
at aboutt 90
firat i id will diminish
the day as the
es to move north-
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Stoday that le
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which will help
an the by -
of Pamnamah
Brtr lit M^ ly next .unmuer.
f- t or thq Par-
up at Taboga a,
r,.e e ., said.
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Legless Vet

To Investigate

War Atrocities

DETROIT, Sept. 26 (UP)-
Sen. Charles I. Potter, Michi-
gan's junior Republican senator
and a legless World War II
veteran, started a "lot of pre-
liminary work" today for his
planned investigation of war
atrocities in Korea.
Potter, who lost both legs in
teh battle for Colmar, France,
.1945, was assigned to handle
investigation for the Senate
nent investigating sub-
canmlttee by its chairman, Sen.
Jameph McCarthy (R-WIs.)
beforee he leaves for Korea,
lletime around the first of
nelt year, Potter said he plan-
na to consult with Defense
qanment and United Nations
officials and returned prisoners
of war.

"We can't $eat communism
at a conference table," McCar-
thy said. "We are at war today."
That war, he continued, was
"declared more than 100 years
ago in 1948 by Karl Marx.
The war will not end except
either in death or victory for
this civillation."
Potter was wounded three
times during the war, he was
first elected to the House in
1947. He was elected to the
Senate in 1952 to fill the unex-
pired term of the late Sen. Ar-
thur B. Vandenbeig,

Williom Woodword
Dies In New York
NEW YTORK Set. 26 (UP)-
William Wood d, Sr. promin-
at New York iaker, thorough-
bred horse oMl and former
chairman of fth Jocky Club died
today at his home. He was 77.
The master. of Belair Stud
raced horae both In this
country and Egland, winning
many imports takes on both
etikeafte, wt his famed thor-
Imbh -]d& Bk- t out three
mne ntlls 11entucy Derby.
; U; Bed w _.B o was born in
oerk April 7, 1876, had
e Ulb *llft three weeks.
eth attributed to old age
and ag weakening condi-

^^Mt 4 Dqgres) PUaIocks
S17 4k In Dt h Swift
of loal, lJ.ln. A NftJ 3..A aritiA h test pal-
to a mew g ais& B nN m shm today murder a
sd Ian s that beted i his plane to an
S^JSS-Su f q Sgbj ImlPermarh e Swift
Sa l awmllet adlh mie' siVII -Dese-t -N early
Nlo= tih IeM oot & p Itlgha & mus 'm.h. record met by
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togi*e heartbroken mot ers a chance to win their C
mderist-indoctrinated sa s from Korean prison c
depended on government and American Legion act
The plan, advanced yesterday by Harry Myers, di
rector of special evydts for the American Legion's as
Angeles council, would send the mothers to Korea, wh
their sons have chosen to stay in Communist captivity.
According t;: Myers' plan, the mothers could thl
meet their sons face to face in an attempt to persui
them to come home.
e en. S. P. P. 'horat calid
Some of the 23 families whose thousands o rioti n ant-
sons reportedly preferred to re- munit C ese warIas r
main with the communists hal- telling emtheyhad bad
ed the Idea as "the most won- ner= l,"/
derful yet." 'decided to use psychow
However, a State Department the angry captives after
spokesman i n Washington seized two of his men as
the proposal ad not yet es or a Chinese sergeant d
brought to the govermme at- chose to return to commulh.L
tension. The United Nations
Myers sent his pl a tion- firmly insists that the
al Legion comma r Arur J. trant prisoners be Intervlewe
Connell with uest that he groups of not fewer than 2j"'
relay It to e United States The Communists lalut m
governan l" dividual and "ripeatK.
te i PanUmaUopi, the views durig the
Ajllo w tss4o_ S which the menwi be

war ed today and the stage the Communist plan
set for briefings of pIsoners re- vidual lectures became of fe
fusing repatriation, the men might be budget
The neutral nations repatria- into returnit to Red Chima 6
tons commission announOU it North Korea against their wlL
had adopted ground rules tnder What adjustment has been
which United Nations and Red made in these viewpoints will be
representatives will attempt to known when the rules are re-
persuade 23,000 war prisoners to vealed tomorrow
return to their homes. Allied repatriation chief Br.
The rules will be made public Gen. A. L. Hamblen said hW
tomorrow, a spokesman for the persuasion teams of selected of-
five-nation commission said. fliers will not "beg" the 20 wite
Failure to agree on the rules had and three Negro American sel-
caused two postponements in dies to return home and rep
start of the explanation period. diate communism.
Settlement of the rles came Allied commanders, however,
on the heels of a United Na- are Insisting that the Commu-
tions announcement that 69 nists account for 3,421 Allied
Chinese prisoners, who had re- prisoners. Including 958 Amerl-
fused repatriation, now ,want cans, known to be in prison anld
to return to theit Red home- who probably want to com
land. This is the largest de- home.
sertion from the ranks of the Gen. Mark W. Clark. Far REst
22,60 anti-Communist North commander, Thursday issued;V
Koreabs and Chinese. second demand that the prifes-'
The prisoners, who originally ers be returned or accounted fOrk
said they changed their minds A Communist source said that
about Communism and wished to the only American prisoners be.
remain in the free world, were Ing held back are flie= accused
delivered to Indian custodial of "bombing Manchuria."
troops only three days ago. Communist correspondent Wa.
The neutral nations repatria- fred Burchett said there were
tlon commission said it was prisoners remaining in NorM
studying each man's case indi- Korea, but "there may be soa~
vidually and will release him to in Manchuria."
the Reds if he insists. The Communists contend ten
So far the 335 South Koreans, pilots who crashed in Mancha*
23 Americans and one British ria are not war prisoners, and
prisoner resisting repatriation the U.N. hopes to get them aU
have indicated no change of an appeal probably will have to-
heart. be made through diplomathl
Yesterday bearded Indian Mal. channels.

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HAYMES' NEW FAMILY Dick Haymes sits on the lawn of A'
Las Vegas hotel with his new wife. Rita Hayworth, and g@W,.
acquainted with Rita's two daughters. On her mother's lap
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*f53 Years AIST he

Sherpa trioeamen ofil theMd e
Pales. Himalayas ac^hi d, ^tal
den fame when one of Ii_
'umber recently squ0od Ml tE
Severest, but they mave worked M then
themselves c.ut of a bo
Among this m otltietn-dwl- -ve ye
II~g trine, centered l i 1 3000
to@t.- hilk valley near thn
Tibet border.-mountain wmbllng n
lh the chle profesio, lays the t
.. National Geographic .
SFor 50 year s ha h A" TI
abrved a' porters US I
M dxiedltlon under' I
swiss, French, Italian, Jap notch
and Hindu leaders. W1 th I y .e
ereat tinahy conquered, she e
men may wonder ita ful -m l 0
assaults on the world s
peak will continue.
SUplike Swlis guides l a'
...Alps, the o.lserp mainh et h
o rry provisions to 1ib -
Normally they carry a tal
each, wbut they& ar oM I
Spacing 100 pounds I
St C. ... o e t r d even over a ouficlt u n r
% eXAo USTED AMERICAN SOLDIERS lie by the side of the road in Korea as fighting raged also put up en
W before truce. Statistics nowo how our troop s were "less able" to take It than our allis. and ;rim
chores. One expcdsttoar,.i- '
Slain to Seoul- we must re- q re 300 or more
By FRE toSPA e boSl quire 3or morn@
examine our training pro* A porter's pa. 46
SEOUL, Korea, Sept. 26 (NEA) We are not pre- amand get tougher who s. i day.4 h
paring our sons physically and mentally to meet the writes to hIer CAO wf er sloe s arn .-- ---

n a their f a death ifaand when l I 1, eo e c se d the top of
of physical breakdowns and mental crackups, studied de and woeln pbe Sgut edt e to n of ,earn
to battle and billet In a frfm- slightly mc e thm 0 dollar
during this time of the truce. en rice paddy. Its better toe da y. i
your sen to be cold at beime
A careful examination of United Nations soldiers a bn Aers a a dead abr in ., m
ou Glisl wr talwe colDespitethefancy talkwof mm 0 l kGl W mm to
coming back from Communist prison camps shows that the destructive hodor Aof t he b Ile r- pftiw, -,kr
our GIs les w ere less ble to tak the king barbaric treat-, w. e iave n rf loads toa o t e .o e
ment than their allies. Wdcomplete control lAer a s man of the
m* n thana thei ale ar wun he l s cn iaht aIS
For example: On a percd en t Csil, it is positCiv traing he r alwrt'n 5!2SneR!tr n 'rast *
tha t fewer British Tommi.e scea ing the weeks of: -ar ntand fist.,- i eto2ep Ate asH10Nm o teHb

A elese Br 56sh ofe e esbgggnethanagainst osrt:epN o arcewat ktnol e' g
forced marches and starvatqi a AKoreans. Maai No, s arncol a ea ~li o -
e t ere ncs wr a Island. ws M ban d I w b
a xloainted it itheis of omEa. ing Generals flabby MUt CeseA AIbp connects te food, bnkts,
explainedIt this wa: Khumbu a y with southern by the tre ma
"The Yanks went ti pieces Our QIs learn fast, but Jf Certainly life co ete with Nepal. e sot hent.ert W ls sr
In the biting cold faster ed their outitg w ere attacked the p the akn s d home the d tS t is SS i ev ; for,
dTe ruduringteir rft days on freezer .labby sable mount To the north
softer living and were not teg phid -with muscles as opodto the el- lie. the main l1iti
P as tough. as a result the y-goling generals and frames .ere olyd o b the 1 lt
I suffered more and lost the o Im a in Ing mothers back Thgh Nay mpo
a will to live." home. Touring British army c
After we got pushed off a few years ago I noted Through this Ice-beu os
As long as the United Pork Chop Hill In the last unheated barracks and colob
States means to be the po- Chinege shove before the mud maneuver fields. -besioV tro bde rou te hinhet
lineman of the Tee World, truce, a bushed a limping Tourn American army world-81e.ia laden with
more-ndfmore.ofrour young ,GI said: camps I noted radlator packs of. r, doth and
pmen will be sent to far off ,"WO used to curse our pla- whistling like tea tles and ufactured Xeed trek to VIngt
S places rand exposed to the toon Sergeant back at Port maneuvers delay. *r0 canceill to later for .it,.
same primitive field condi- Bragg for ar ,us Spend ed during poor w,. .her.', and yaks. toa
tions found here in Kbrea. night in roc filled fox- Pa Their early ak. a
As a correspondent I havehl UtudeTheiearl thu flr I ater
-seen our troopers in every "If I was back there now I A wise Marine general, of- e do1 ..
one of their foreign assign- would curse him for not ten in trouble because he
lents from World War II making us live in a foxhole publicly speaks against panty- TWOMfIL.og I vliL
and on. for a month with shells waist training methods, told
whiasing overhead. I wasn't me:
Poorly Prepared prepared for what we Just "It would be a patriotic -Ne,-ma ,thead"
went through. service to burn every bar- 10-00u,..
Once again I have become "If we had been given a reeks in America and make10,000-oot-high
terribly aware that while the better idea of what war Is the men live on the o mInts
GIs are well equipped me- really like Corporal T "fhe iusidan Iomidir ,e
chanically, they are poorly wouldn't have blown his to-p ,-'n e d-nasl me L.a
prepared in body and mind, when the Chink artillery hit In training he ti always 'el
Having visited Korea's, Bul- around us. He stood up makauve simlatig a tu
Slept Boulevard during the screaming and got a hole in 'War ei le.
costly winter of 195 the his chest bigger than pour;
victorious spring of 1951, and camera case." Amec lis talking touL
the trench warfare of 1953 I ,, Shea' got to get 'tough, andI
am convinced thousands of Tough Trainig that mean sin the old fash.
Young Americans died of Iu ed wy of strongAm
sheer exhaustion and suffered If we're going to continue andlegs that can marchn 3
mental collapse because they to nrdct ,cite the security of: -hiles a day with full mpeak,
were improperly trained. half the globi -from Ber- ans ,well- -*A 00-mph Jet .

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MoeThisFarmer .
ARCADIA, Neb. (UP) -4ine e
May 0, when a tornado levell
every Bilding on his farm,
Ouy LUhts has worked hard B
picking, p the pieces. 14
He ereted three anall buli.4 ,
Ins, b ht a new car to rei-
place tht.old one, whleh. was I
demolished, and gradually be- I
gn to clean up the debris-
Uttered farm.
A month from the date of a
the tornado, -a wind storm
swept the farm, knockln down I
the three new buildings and
overturning the new auto. 1
Lute, who was ina storm eel 1
lar with his family when the t
tornado hit, was caught on a
tractor In the wind storm. lie
and his son finally hid in a 1
granary building on another -
farm, although at one point *
the wind carried the boy out
of his father's arms.
"A lot of people tell me I
should move. but we like it
here and wouldn't go anywhere
else," Lutz said.
A Uniform Is Just A
Uniform In Some Cases
BAYTOWN, Tex. (UP l-High-
way Patrolman Olen Prater
found out his officer's uniform
wasn't as impressive as he a
Nothing a man driving from 0
one side of the street to an- I
other, Prater followed the v. I
hicle to a service station, g.ot
out of his patrol car and
walked to the side of the oth. I
er auto. I
Before Prater could utter a I
word, the driver looked at hl V
thmurh rp'her ile'ry eyve-and
said, "Fill her up with reg -

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Chmber of Balboa.
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Prince are residents of Birming-
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Worms In

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Li, Its cocoon or egg capsule
and, measuring up to an inch and
"rom a half in length, Is glossy,
ious sausage-shaped, and olive brown
louse In color. Newly hatched worn
are a mere six inches long.
bub- Platypus Denacy
the, The giant worms are a fav-
scle orite food of the duck-billed
___ dtplatypus, another member of
co-' Australia's croma word puzzle
bod menagerie. The platypus gulps
body down a half-dozen. Mgaucolide&.
the at a sitting.
.te To make life it Nlw York's
"to Bronx Zoo worth while for
three platypuses. brought from
I nde Australia in 1947, the woo staff
m of developed the world's biggest
an. earthworm breeding farm in
the cellar of the lion 'house.
Proposals to Import tio Aus-
)old trallan earthworm to America
SOn to help fertilize' farmlands have
the been vetoed by United States
a. A autharitiso. They fear thOelant
Irved may carry plant diseases balde
its body.



ANN LATTIN brings you


i*r fron New York
Pes 1belmen..... ...5:30 p.m.
FOr sri rie.........9...9-10 o.m.
T1. I. L big Monday October 7
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shamans, of uncivilized peoples.
Iodine, common as anything
around the average house, has
an ancient history. Priest-doc-
tors of Assyria treated wounds
with sea kelp, and goiter with
burnt8pohge..Both are rich In lo
dine tnd are used for the same
purposes today.
'Nj -the present day, centuries-
o14 superstitions about the med-
ical properties of certain herbs
have been common. With the
progress of science. many of,
these remedies were found to beI
worthless,, yet others have been
found to contain solid substance I
Thirteenth century Welsh-'I

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man used the foxglove plant, recognized the ullnr
which contains digitalis, for ties n wild par ter
heart disorders. Ancient Egypt covered tq contact drug
was acquainted with opium, hen- against pneumopft and -s
bane, peppermint, and castor oil. gitis. South American ad
Ephedrine, a drug used for gave science qujipe and cu
treating colds, asthma and hay a muclele relaxer.
fever, comes from a plant used
in China for nearly 5,000 years, PhartnacognocW 'serlo
regard reports of strange
Aborigines have made many primitive cures. They could
contributions to medicine still in to Imporant ,qe cal disc
use. The American Indian dis- les. no nmtter o* tasttldie
covered the use of cascara and seem. .

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,- NEA Woman's Editor
NEW YORK (t'EA) When
the small fry must be kept in-
tBy GAfINOR MADD, doors, mothers get used to hear- -
NEA Food and Markets, tor lng the oti refrain: What'l I! .
S- do now Why can't I go out .',
and play?"
A We were in San Antonio, onion, bop i. I clove garlic,
11 Texas, getting the lowdown on, mine-ed. L g en popper, chop- By way. of arming parents "
hili-a very sweet and some- ped, 1 ctip tomatou-, 2 tcapoons with good answers to such
times hot subject. After watch- ,ill powder. questions, a well-known indus-
ing them grind the pods and ,gut chicken into pieces for trial designer has created two.
S chili con carnet and bar- se ung; salt and roll each ingenious play-things that lehd ng-
cue sauce, we tried a fewiie in mixture of flour and themselves to construction, byj
ew recipes. There was shrimp 1 t lespoon chili powder. inexperienced and youthfull l
I barbecue sauce, Mexican Bro chicken in hot fat; re- builders.
le. d chicken, and succulent duc.i at. Add other ingre-,
SAionss stuffed. with chili con dien .'iver, allow to simmer Both playthings emphaslei
ane. :unt] d ifitbut 1 hour. bright color, intriguing pattern e '
4 PI' l Qf theA recipes belong '. .: ,'.. and. ease of. assembly. BOt41
your fall and witner menus Sfed Onions GebhardA have many different constru*-
give new interest and break ed n onis un tion possibilities so they wet.i
S* monotony. in Parlplil mfedid onions untillbecome boring. Both are bse '#,
... :tenida Tale' dt' centers, and on a simple principle of coO- '
< lMexican Fried Chicken fill. .-chIl con care or ponent construction parts tl[itt ,
,.' (Serves g)" sp lced' *l ittifstyle chill beans. may be assembled, dismantled
"Pi ,ieace Mshhilfw' baking pan. and re-assembled in any one; ii
,hree-pound fryer, 2. tea- Podr otu n-alping chili or of many different ways.
% iEns- salt, 1:2 cup flourt, 112 bean I I e can and bake .t... .'--edd'r
raw rice, 1 tablespoon chili. at 36 d- es F. 'moderate, These toys xe intended f r W
a sma b1r -30"3lhu es. children from six 'to twelve
i der. c, 1 smal -' for 3 ._ years, hbit teen-agers and even .I
adults have found them f*s- For children who like to
SP T / cinating in previews. One tpy Eames, architect and ild
9 J iuc er to .ravel i appears at first glance to be_ a cards. Building pmibiili
Su pack of cards. And so it this IUle girl can buIl A
-- But these are cards with a di- batch of. flexible ee ne e
By MAX FACTOR JR. ference.
",' -' ~The 54 plastic coated- cards .
Today, more people are tray- ",, are decorated Individually. Molt' -7
S eling to more places than ever, .are patternedt Each card hen'(Crd Ca_
# before. And regardless of the' 'sc patented slots which, when t 7
reans of transportation used' -fitted into slots on other cards, ,
S plane, boat, train, bus, or enable the young architect to 7 ,/ '
S-plautomobile-, taking enough "construct" fanciful towers, O _/d( l/ahW"
clothes and grooming materials houses or sky-scrapers.
t in the usually limited luggage Th t provides an- Printed corduroy is a
r space, is a problem. The second toy provides a-'the' season's fashion tan
sclother outlet for a child's, de-and its washing require
o Here are some tips on how I slire to create and bul. itsabre so simple that it re
y along those things composed of four nine inch ai re o smple yai *r
to carry along those things --
you need. Travel as lightly asl square colored panels.o ufor many seasons.
yi ou can. This makes any sort, ':ninne inch triangular colored Gentle washing In soaps
of travel simpler and easier, pan three nine nch w ter, care dr d b
and it's a must if you're'-trav- aures and three nine Inch g are prt
eling by air. Airlines are high- wire triangles. There's also a First be sure that linings
ly concerned about the weight i batch of colorful connectors, trimmings are.w w able, 1
of luggage, and none will al- 'From these materials, a Here ire few ,ta .
* h, l.-w m t hanalmi tedi .,-.tent, a garage. an airplane, a _h.,.f. -

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weight. Even train, boat, bus,
and auto travel imp uses limits'
on the amount or luggage.
"..-ace, so use discretion about
taking with you only essentials.
Study your clothing needs
before you pack your travel,
wardrobe so that you take on-
ly necessary clothes. Try to'
pick: those that will serve for
a variety of outfits or occa-i
sions and choose basic acceso-,
---ries--shoes. purses. gloves, and
Shats-- that wilP o wits all of.
these outfits. When #packing,,
remember to put those things
which will be used first in'
baggage carried by hand or in
San easy-to-reach part .of your

one of Hollywood's most e
pert and experienced tra
elers, and she continues
follow the advice uhich M
Factor, Jr. gave her long a
on how to select and pa
beautifying materials for h
getting about.


heavier luggage. Glass or rubber protect
Supplied to the legs of fur
Unless you are a veteran'ture will eliminate indentatll
traveler, chances are that there in resilient floor covering
are little tricks to pac k ingsuch as asphalt and linole
grooming materials that you
mnay not know about. Don't To thicken eyelashes
take great quantities of beauty brows,' brush every night v
aids if they are of a kind castor oil. Add a few drops
which you'll be able to easily perfume if the odor both
)btain en route you.
A freshly made-up face can After applying mascara.,.
oe a great comfort when it is low it to dry and then br
not possible to' freshen your away excess. If you are aft
clothing, so recognize the value to put bristles close to eye 1
of having make-up essentials'you can use a pipe cleaner.
*aandily within reach at all -
times while you travel. Don't; If you have a broad n
oack these items away in lug- ninimize it by combing y
age you can't easily get at, hair up from the forehead
make-up case generally pro-'flat over the ears.
Tides satisfactory answer to ---
ihis problem. The poised woman keens

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do with their hands, there a two band ew toys by
istrial c ote ards (Ie ha Sat lotUl and pU Sat
Ms f gMo a'rome hei S ohtt a t(ri gM
Sa he Supports ae wire ad there
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ments lGirls, another of our gralm-
bably I g probl is about .tobe
Dittasi ol d, aeotdilng to a mOUke
''lof a new bobby pin opene ,
Ywa-, ; !
nr Mm 43$,ofus,,we kzow, k ve 13'
a P t been j oul teeth for: the
Sand! tak to keep our hands fred to
too. ItwIrL hq curls. The. da.i e
P re- 1we 4 N M lpg'OU&
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covered 'ridge. a tunnel. Don't soak or rub the fabrligstudy. ,_ _."
i house, a lookout tower or evan because this will mat the pile. O W .(A ,*),, V ial 6fWA&a
a rocket-launching platform. IJ_"I
Don't wring atter rinsing. Of, the women examined byf pl.relipper tiee3d
S'l d ... ...._., Don't dry over a line or rod several dentists, 80 per cent1 pelmi't e i fte0f e .
Colors of the panels are ividbecause either Will leave 'A-s aid.hey .o ds 1tobr .ins '1 Hi-l .a .-. to te
s planned epecialridge. Use regular clothes hang- with their teeth and 60 per a Is teeth o m unplmesa
peal toa child ow redorablues ent *bd bobby pi n otch es, f; .byp a
v- green, l, ye t hang the cordu- le g to decay in their up- -
Both toys are designed to.r oy$ rtk,
stimulate the imagination and ."e
0go to lure even hesitant chUldirenf -". 1 of l -. #. ", o f
rk into creating their own fancl- The garment should be d iftfits Va on f- 01
Siful onstructons 'brushed when t bnot dry. the last two fist hrs of e* 0 r. .
-. Brush in the dicecfl pf the tnd hA that hands n2
tering the level of manual dex- pile, fo owngetl toru P
terity right for a child's age. a, .est.r the t "o.rir" at the m a. I to .
Brilliant and free use of color t ea ent dree to any.text sr i ...
in both toys has been pIanned p.fgarmfnent es before jus. ol t o anyo y sp, "l.* N
o,, to hel t ulu n a e yOu getto it with the brash. ledges s i which ttbb
ito ns v. ns to art. stem It on the r g or wng w br o a op0 l .
rn-onsivenes to side with a steam held just
ons above ut anaterial. Or spnMe The nufk lto
ngs, head and hands quiet mot of a damap tetdug cloth ov'erd m.,",ma'* *
urn. the Ume and lets her mouth the gai t and hold a hot out i te
and eyes do her talking. Iron .abo one-quarter inch a-.,m"l enough To t '
or 'bove the D 'ursenand can w t.
ilth The daily use of perfume is! .*- '
of a good grooming habit. But be ..
hers sure to use the proper scent' -w'
for the occasion. Light. floral
scents are best for daytime,. ". '.
al- spicy, for sports, heavy, for ..
ush evening. .h "'
raid .
ball You are brushing your hair -. -w:'.-. -'"".-'
sufficiently each night if' you ..
keeo going until your arms are
ose. tired.
our ..
and To avoid artifical look In .'
tweezing eyebrows. always pluck i
,hairs froM 'underside, never
her from outer brow.

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Itfof i ind t740 1 66Mtitg dA
a home seWiiigc,%ter to tur yo wok ...,.t,
out the a&Cmh crop of new I've,. I un t lSb
curtains, rehodeled clothes and plastic top of ,
school toga -'sB up the dinette makes a
or the assignMent. face ,Wlch ci
'From a de 6tative point of w 't or
view, the high-style colors or A' jid
black ap whit contrasts you sy to l
see In mti, and plastic dib- ede,
ette furnittibre look good 'with ly aIagie a
the modern design anld natu- po' the ,d
ral. finishes of new sewing are coolortabla for,
cabinets. The l.daLw p itu tte ex-
t. pt soe ad
ven the old portable ma- hea-swing on s
chine can be ousd attrfti*- cabinet doors- to
vely in the plt of enough room. a. beegii.
homemade, or n ed between
cabtlet painted to, bled with. bWe or easy o.elBK .a -
table top or wall. .
-In between seing sessions other aeIs* a
you'll have a modern sideboard maltl' matching br or
effect for clna orn tea set. cheat is a amt.
If your "jathle", ,ia as :.I you 'afttchh tq to
heavy a mtlrb, oeverW mak ew when YOE vU ;Afa
sure the cabinet tp' Isbraced dea to. allow a i d
to support the weigt .aad 'ust an open f d
that. oor awMa open .far t. h ewhln 41o to
enough to one *pea.e store halifisinw
Ieu you~ work, .. An lnetpme e fM
r a wtal poL of _ainto o l apS
view, *te &, e .uau.if of- Ve-wS .ean t M t
fino eonvenlent ualtrA 'outA., t4 block te '-vi w
it's. lo aim d. .praotidlly so erutta ql a. a .W i i
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S Their gueq Included Oeral
Sa Mn .William Harris of Nor-
l5 'U fO~! d o {olk. Va.. nd Caotain Gorman
entge 1 0of the "CristobaL"
i 'ter ulnr tudentq
SOfler. "WO W t iss Frances Wong left by h1ai
S- r." lan Thursday to resume her o
tPudies at S'iford Universit.
rffi te Oh This i er junior year. Mr. o hl
Francisco Wong leaves todav to tW
oe The estarthim sophomouw war at Ya: l
'ato1 4 .O Universi tat New Haven, Conn.
a tudnt have n e spend- I
ing the summer with their
preLit, P Mr. and Mrs. Francisco
KrWon of Colon
^wsou rwnoMtdi Daw v afor Gatup
Snday School
;ty; ISplTa Tody tis Promotion Day for -
DW lAa1'fE^ the Oatum Union 8unday School.
Love e i The eserc ais will start atI:
-- CatOl 'Ww- am. and all children id tr A
SCrlene O; paren. with Inte e
Dla* Schel;l a rem cordially nvtd he
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"black god" under their land
became, by faI, their best crop.
Highlmlgtb of the show will
include tle largest parade ever
held in this ctty of 7,00, a free
barbecue stag for 5,000 oIlmen,
nightly entertainment by top
national talent, oil field dis-
plays worth millUons of doUllars
and dedication of the pioneer
well plaque.
'"Lucky Seven"
Top government and oil in-
dustry men will be here. Kan-
ams' GOa. Edward F. Arni and

It Seems There Are
Various Types Of Boxes

One out-of-olty motorist
think twice before he tri
pay a parking ticket aig
After receiving the t
the conscientious driver
told he could deposit it,
the required 25 cents, In a
tie red box" on a certain a
He did. He was still pa
beside the fire alarm box
three trucks roared up to

Nebrmakn Raising
Redwoods For Futu
It. will bd :a. long.' time,
aomeday the wide-open-x
country of central Nebraska
be noted fon Its redwood
Hare& Weitsel, a nursery
has started some .redwood
lings la flower pots. In
fornia, such trees have 2
2 4 feet :in .three seasons.
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pel apd Frank CArlon 'wiltl b
'among them. t:, al-
The aucces story of the Car- man;, J. .
MIe Oswald No. 1 is also the #ttiern C
story of seven men who o
chleed fame as wel as for- n street e
t inA In nlnning the well Into! A th In.df

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exh o M In watercolors depling that coun- ,,
cor try. B e.htas -traveled f A
the and painted ly in Eu- i A lllYrj
ot rope, North, south and Central
uWW from America
SA mural on the wall of Bishop RUE8L IM. Rt
rra "Hfi S t. Luke's UP)-A succ oil
"epl ota"m In Ancon th ra sfotmd it
ash. .z. %l B a storm- *w h B a
coat tossed sea and wau painted by of aW a nal
S.eric ardpr tow,, tural
ral a e r he Woo- l o lat In
0la stock Artists Aueiatlon here be mm
Sbut work 1i alud*a roup exhi- ed at RuelU O h
toi e moodeo itio#s 'n New T.I Btate and 10-12. -
w 0 IMi tmeet. New clland as wV Ua areas as The show, "Three
" ft trt The Or -tlati r n 58th Derrickl," i Kansas' si
an St. i OI a e tion f the year.
She chit&y a cca wildcat' .td a; nal Paelte a 1W o-directt mmoth producing ar
anp SA au- 1 ra was i50 mles f
th.or he II on the nearest oi production.
aOO o n Zone athmus. ha vin l rbi tlons Th C Osald
.lolat the Uniera and near FArport, north
ncan havtin ttt Cenri Russell, is still produce
S(1 d1- Amerigca 30-year-well and going
Amer- -her l is ualaue with its Farmer Grew Weal
ber. phaaS on the irestive and A plaque ~i be de
her thi fact that .It la *l in the at the well.
arevenlnga, the hour9 from Discovery of oil In
II laii T i^ Bft York 114 a. to Bit CotB.y l 1 u h
ar- ,'l haw I,. 1 s'? ft or travel county electrified the
r S It or travel continent area three
SIn t Sr T1 delighted
hit hof Pachita W. Within a few da
-CrespiUive Arts ara was swarming wi
'teeJ i aFnd the Um Gardner Men seeking land leases.
d -exhibItion Ob i apes in ers who haL been face
'a^^ E^^ wate^ Smortgages th eycould n
s watercl .. suddenly found themaelv
to buy luxuries they hai

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Y- the dusty prairie. $Saifer and Mahubz
SDubbed the "Lucky Seven" rl twd o u3ie
were C. W. Shaffer and J. E. honored at the ee]I.
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Leae your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street -- lanamIna
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon

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S Household Automobtle. D. sew. adi pb Houses on beach, Santa C
f AiL Bedroo-. I.v.ngroom FOR SALE:-1949 Osmoble 76 201 Asee. C P hone SHRAPIL Balboa 1m
Sd ing set. furniture good; De Lune 4-dalr sedan. new Ocrob- or see coreaoker there.
II, 4cth Street No I, e,. 1949, excellent mechanical DR WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic
Scond.tion. pa retouched. excel- Central Avenue "K street cornerFoster Coamile I
lent tires, new seat cers. original telephone 2-3479, Panama. Santa Clara. Please b 1
SALE -Furniture. Good condi- owner. accidents. .000 mles. ToMIAMI & NEW YORK via AEREA
Psi. reasonable. also prt 100 Telphie Panoma 2- Boen 4-ene planes. One-way WILLIAMS Santo Clar Bech C
elabIe Panama 3-4004. 367One-way
30 _ebe Panma 3-4004. f67. to Miami, $70.00 Round Trip tags. Large, comfortable, mde,
FO SALE---Kenmare woahing ma- FOR SALE:.19S2 Chevrolet 4-door. $12600. One-way to New York: near beach. Balboo 3050 exc |
Sine 235 ccle New Cristobal I22 wIle sidealls, radio, duty paid I$1400 und-trp $21400. See weekends.
phone 3-534 7,000il mies Excellent cond.t.on PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE Gramlch Santa Cloru eadchae|
FO SALE 9 ft Wesr.nghouse 1.750 00. A Paname 3-2025 telephone 2.1655. tog. Electric iceboa.
laknerater. excellent condonon or can be S at No. 24 AaurI-, SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA inest rates T
.7 household articles H.llran io d a a Gua St.. Bell arista. PANAMA-MEXICO one way $105 G Weba 4-567, Padre Migel,
SDeScio cars McK.nlev house FOR ALE 1-78 Packard A-1 5 'ound trip $17925 (15 doy IPil. Ocemnside cetas. es .
S .. or New Cr.stobal 45 3 1-., rndi s, see at' lboo Fire Sta. $65 od one y; o Clar, B 435, i
S hoe 3-:-418_' oNLOS ANGELES one way $17950. Panama 3-1877. Cristabol 3-I 1.
E Frigidare rigeratori round trip $31289 190 dao limir.
3 E -Fridf.,re refrtgertor.-FOR SALE:-1952 illman Sedan Ponma patch Service 36 Ave- FOR RENT
cle, peri r o n-! dur paid. Coll Pama 3-3748. Nacional lAutomobe Rowl.
o 10 Real Iost 4-burneiD
ae5 on, broiler per ect FOR SAE -Poti 95 Tel P 2-1655 Ho
iticn 555. Magic Chef tic 6, dqorN dark een. FOR SALER RENT:
eq,te. $20. Mahogany double be. ienrts private car, per-1OR SALE petey fursetd 2re..wm.Tesl-
t6sires, 350. Mahogeny single i ect c i$2,100 con be fi- i plscl uy furnished 2.-re a
hi mtress'C, SO Mohogany nonced oma 2-0620. Miseellaneo garage, maNd's rte
V table, rnahaony- b t, 1952 Morris Octoberst
i ble bonr FO. R SA., 1952 Morris Minor FOR SALE.-Set of Golf Clubs, 1 F.Strit No. ti- ,
Misc. Tphon Panam Converbl. Low mileage. Perfect irons. 4 od new nvion golf 1128- or 115 Colo.
$E:50 .. e wcond tioi, 950 Cn be financed bag, house 5064-B. Diablo Hgts. F
Soil'-ai ft 25 Cycle Frigidaffe -Coll Curyndu, 3115 evenings or FOR RENT:-2 bodroo* Crx f
S"Arige"- tar' "$ i- F.i "2 Stu y and Sunay orFOR SALE--Fne bred, 8 months ingroom. dininroom,. L
I Ice electric fan, $O. ou;. FOR MALE:-1951 Morris,.Oxford, 4 Call 3-104h. "Fabrico da Mosaic" Pnamd. a
0L,-PPedro Miguel,, phone 4-| OBr, duty paid, origindat owner, -
30*. excellent condition. New car price FOR SALE-Bedroom air condition- FOR RENT;- Comply.rnished
S SALE:- Bendix automatic wash- $,895.00, my price $895.00 ing unit, mahogany desk, book- residence. i .
S25 cyce 100.00. Also Fri- 50th Street No. 30. Tel. 3-0994 case, dresser. chairs, etc. Inquire months. The t
r c e o, ,. at 24 Aquilino de la Guardia St bathro4n IMi
S Ane Freez. Hu 610-A. WANTED Bella Vista. Phone Panama 3-2025 porch and serh
i AncEn -out lerd. endix FOR SALE:-60 cycie Oil Checker 00 a m"th. Tt 7:30
wFO SALE: ,svrin g eroom set, fl caBendi-x Miscenaneous and Changer. Brand new. Reduced to 9.30 m. and- 4 to 1.
washer, .groom set file cabi- e pe. Phone Pama 30 FORRENT2 -
S ets.. sofao pillows, electric roaster I am interested in' o motor-generot- yOe pso ro RCNT d ti. i
S roller, teak wood table, 1947 or. Townshend, Cristobal 1776. FOR SALE -25 cycle Westinghouse trintHs
arftiac. Dr. Takos, 1421-C, Bal- refrigerator, porcelain, new unit & taer instolltf
FOSL-pte motore$75.-Call 2-1792 or 2- 510GolfaA0
hi1i. FOR SALE 272S10
'SALE:-Apartment sier. dec-; n .pho.n 3-4S ll
fric tove: ch.ld chnir. drive Motorcycle's FOR SA FOR RENT:-Bel.
.^gyJ. Trl 2-6389, MJaboa.. I FO SALE FO NT:BSl%
n oa FOR SALE: Motorcycle.,Ho rclynoSTO d
SFOR SALE Davidson 125 c.c. $1l0.00. Be- Real Estate room, and
FOR SALE tween 1 to 5 p. m. 0437-F, An- w 3-1713. fra4m t orn
Scon near Clubhouse. OR SALE--Lost of tand, between
'. o _, &o Motors'" cont e toes r "C" street and 15th, also a farm FOR .I
In cilibre. Telephone 3-0957.
SSAlb.r.-Evin. d eta o- Help Wanteanted y i
--C l Aeeaolbrooes ic 52'9.
Mouse Took Too ^.se..Ea. y tod y r or at abbles Are Eyes y o
S. morrow. No. 17 14th St. Poitillt or Tunfurnished.
Many Liberties Ap,. 2. l For Detror i POeCs n e' h % s .
PITTIBUR GH, Pa. (UP.) Telephone 1386.
Slice S gt. Adam Ferraoni u v DETROIT, Sept 26 -(UP)- ATTENTION 4. I.pJut byut mod&.
S1t4w the book at a Ulttle WO;lcLs Vagu in U eWhen Detrtare track furinishd apartmenri, a t 6
PJa "que hbat was once hi Ing t down a criminal, they have bedrooms, hot, cold war. Tel-
fthed.,mand the mouse paid the |i an additional 2,000 pairs of phone Panomo .3-4941., ,
tusme. pena t. uyig ioW rs eyes helping them each day. FOR RENT: Furnahi l i
tee sergeant uand the mouse ., The "eyes" are those of De- Frigidoire. G. 1. insptqd, Anun
had l en triehi t for aboit a CLEVEAND, 0. (UP) -Per- troit's 2,000 taxicab driver, Bus Stop. 4th of July nueNo
week It beRni. whenthe t mouse son.who believe men are poor who have been mobilized as 5, Tel. 2-5133. I
into the suburban Squir- customers ahooyld listen to what a unofficial branch of the .
staiq., one night and fo we ho mnt handle- mdn's police force. Their cabs, equipp- F ENT:r par
the `-3w- flow needs have t say an ded with two-way radios, bolster tm, i2 ber, part. 1h,2 Vini-
etTt. cf. bh e confirmed In their bel the police department's fleet of rio ra .nr .. elt
..wtnimonswhheasari, Par. is,new .- ...
iek W t on the IeAlph a oblson, general mlen- cruisers. R vTheatre.l
flowered. 7Feraonio a r for Telegraph Delivery Theatre.
ed box on his -desk n. rvlce nl Los Angeles, believes "We contact them when we FOR RENT-:Apartr ent, bradd new
[vOuse to sleep n, and Imen don't know what they have positive Identification of building, ou'sti..f .,k ,
BIn'1-owas_.e. allowed t to at whenthey wla Int tou an automobile or a suspect in 2 b~"th. arm. r
over- the sergetnt's place an order for flowers. crimes like murder rape and C ongrejo. Aul.t
during its moment "A ma -doesn't ask for the robbed" said Chief of Detec- c ep i.
r ", two dozen rd rose, tives-t.e Jack Har vUll.
the end of' the 'week, hi-exlnain edat aConerd Wt However, H"arvul said the LOST M e F D
b$bling on apeazutire recently.. "They leave cv- cabbies have clearly defined -
dededi ,bto try ore rything up to the shop. limits on their duties. He said REWARDED if found w r.r
S It nipped the ier- their job was to "tail" want- black bief case with reiads oand
ftger. And tt w "Women will say, r want ed automobiles or suspects and registration w" for "Mhtserrat-
t ao beautiful l uent' something for $5,' but a man radio information to their di- on United Society," Josph Lee
will just k, 'How much will patchera, who In turn keep 4178 Puebla Nhvo.
it cost me.' anrd that goes fbr police. posted.
.atIs- Unwelcome a man who will go bargain II a
Quet At Luncheon a ktink (a rarity) for a shirt Aided I nive Cam.
fAma LLE, N.Y. (UP) -A The concensus was that "Their aid to police is care-
HBvy wind upset a two-story while men don't wear bouton- fully limited to prevent cab-
la de house here recently sleres the way their forebears bes from yielding to any "
whle its owners andwo work- did., they doseras formore occa temptation to take the law in- BTATE Pa U
awere eat-ing lu Inside.ldc ons than did their ancestors to their own hands." Harvill -The klitc B tathe
r. and Mrs. Cari Schembrl,- explained. "They follow a want- ter of -1in Od fath -n
tad f0 s rt e uls Fail To Cure eocr or person and keep home, a lo a survey
j -lowered the lve. room W __ broadcasting but have been conducted by' Penn Stte
I house Onto fmond tron Inquisitive Horse warned never to attempt to faculty member .
ks when thi wind blew up.I make an arrest themselves.
abovet the -how -offi 'WOODINVILLE, Wash., (UP) Police rOCora showed that Dr. t.- Jolin, o fessor o
n into' a four--Taeho fs-! eas f Persons h& obe onoi"-srne
toget c close to Porcupines.I the aid of cabbies, said thfi 11rjy hBWd t
IRt ysnd onerD pfutySh e i Sofar thugs are concern- kitchen "WRAmost
from the animal's nose with edI" amountoftdoul in hm e
ed ding gAnnouncements pair of pliers. It took him 1 1 2,the effectiveness ofI polce am no the n thdt a
and .Jvitatoa irth An- hours. Here's Sanderlin's ex- when any m1a0or crlme in or a"tivitb caperformai
[ iSamtA. Uzgament planation: !near the downtoW area Is re- pe -'-
h cemwents. Anniversary ported." e

SA t "He's always been nquisitiva few Ann Giesple whose body was
C is g Cards He foundter the porcupine down in The cables first n aly near her ly Jw no din-

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frontler s eat ane Aamwri-
can tourists, says tourists make
.the old westemw poneers look
pale. .%.. .
For downright daring, drive
Snd stammthl U S. tourist
ta ps te J, "i-sa, and
this l* tai't into considera-
tion wild territory, rtik to life
and lUmbl aeoehipg lhept and
choking, reift ftaz
Cameron has done some an-
yt. ical work on the situation.
First there is the elite corps,
the vanguard. These are tour-
ss always bearing cameras.
e shutterbug, most forceful
pf the species, seems to fly a-
SThe actr drew ndst of his
conclusions from wild west
Soles he's played1 14' .bscure,
often =gea 0 ooalonlle felt
sure of his judgment alter
wprklng on. 1 1j ,' a
3-D s we*rn l 'in lcM.-eo-
stars Wifh Joanne Dru and
emOed? John Ireland.
IS-dseon The company went to des-
arthnr late wastes near Kanab, Utah.
Idtlu''s5. Picture personnel never could
Uhdifng have fopnd the spt without
nd Jack guides. 1 r
"Touro" AlwayA ft"
S "n was amazing," Rod re-
e called. "We would spend hours
Heroine In" t otek brining gou pay .o-
ver tp ", -ads I01no r^ ds
such aat at a to reach a location
Sbeen believed known only to the
move lo divson.
"Noooner wouldd reacH
bit It toufhte wMM r beto
ShoM up I'buthe 4"mzt-ecA
y orm<* a & c&eera."
Cameroji noet obqtatle. In
^ 'theB tour ,wo. n- b roads
(oo no rod=)1 Ieat of 1"2 de-
S rees, the hazard of becoming
lost of the dewrt and the
S necessity of breathing large a-
mounts of 4USL-. i
ptO when it-ea" t,
SI e" commntudd. "They'1nt.
41ver the AdP..- a ,C UTnon.
even ehte A. -

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too, Vn this tourist:
I teas of braving untold peril
unknown danger to wind
al t Mnovle locations.
S **hen C consider what
pone of t em go through. It
ens yo9 feel ehay good
n. thy show up," he said.
ou know, now that I think
bout it, they never seem to
rtlost, either."
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e Band Wagon." In produc-
numbors, *lW and mon-
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Hold Tryouts Actor Is
Fo N PA I y
F or New Play Arthur Freed, producer
"An American in Paris" al
S"Invltatlop to the. .ane," .
the Ca of Gene Kelly. "Gene is a
Tryouts.,'f0r the Caribbean young man who Ull nfver ha
Playdrt Ifr.. odutlo_ of "The to worry about a job. If
Philadl i S trS' will held didn't wq5t to COn
tomotrtwb, ,WO d dldny be a top choreographed, dfre
of next week at t4o group's tor, actor Qr writer. He's
workshopIn5 ,. r.-mber I Jack of many trads apad ma
"Fort Claytb. Al~mArot2 will be- ter of them all."
g11 pr@iptly at 7 p. .
h sri oI 'wh Kelly. lives and breathes m
The sparkling comedy, -which tion pictures and is alive wi
concerns a wealthy family in ideas for dances and storl
Boston, and particularly nth During production of a film,
young daughter, had i'cast of 9 is notunusual for him to wo
men and 6 women. iCatlerine sixteen hours a day. TI
Hepburn starred i n both themeans he must do without t]
Broadwa' and moe versions. ten hours sleep that he Ilk
Arthur Payne, a Pan Canal to get when e s.. h it worki
employee who is well known int get wh ne isnt work. r
the Zone for his work in various 8ince his arrival in the Iil
theater groups, will direct the colony, he has not stoppi
play. learning. He has made it
"Philadelphia S. M' re point to study film edltin
th eh C0 6breep camera work and other face
the Caribbean Ployers roeduc- of the business.
tion of "Stlag 1-," whichh was the bu
eatuoned because of tchnicall Possessed of a mind that
difficulties. as-nimble as his feet. Kel
continues to work at his pr(
The CaribbeaH Playioare the on. He is indefatigable
Armed Forces Pacific-side theat- eis search forla knowledgeable
er group. All -emberb of the Ar- his search for knowledge, a
my. Navy, Air Force and Malnes does not confine his ltudyfl
and their dapiden $ q.m- he n i
pad yes of te pedrnmen em- to learn all there is to leaI
played in the Canal j .arend oa
eligible to ioin the 'wranulsIon are but twenty-four hours in
ahd tske part in "Plltdeiphia dday in which tb try to do s
StoAfter winning a special ,
academy Award for his work
S Peter Panstar and choreographer of "A
Peter American In Paris,"Kelly w
S assigned by M-G-M to dire
S and star in "Invitation to tl
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Schoreography. His next asasgn- /n B
ment was a starring rolin And Down Broad ay
"Crest of "the Wave." The last.
two pictures were filmed In '- -0- r o,
England. HOLLYWOOD (UPi Lou converted Into food, wvhleb l
f at Winning the world'ss Heavy- Nova, whose present i*gb
weight boxing pro.i rom Joe and butter stems from .1'
Off CLouis, ays real occupation work In "World for R
these days Is acting, with "in- with Dan Duryea, got ddo j
Between" hinor engdgenents as figures.
At his Las Vegas opening, .sort of a poor man's George "In the put seven yeas,
At his Las Vegas opening, jeassel." haven't thrown a punch out-
Red Skelton walked on stage Nova moans constantly about side of acting." he said: "And.
carrying a bouquet and crack- being classified as a "former I'm still in good shape 230
ing: "If I die I'm ready for boxer." pounds, about 15 over:
it" 'used to carry into the'
"I think it's -sell people re-'is just that -now it's nat-" '
After being let out at a ma- member my fighting days, but trade.
Jor studio actor sent hi,.agent how long do I have to be an I "I still train, and
a watch- with this insYelpton: actor before I'm thought of as never retired officially, .
"For doing so little for so one?" he asked. Ithe acting bug before IJ'
much." Lou said he's been acting for Ithe ring, so I lhat some
the past 10 years on stage, to go --hich Is mose titAlf
Farmed character "Peter Pan" Zsa Zaa Gabor, attending a screen and television. He picks lot of fighters have." 1, .'i
makes a determined search for premiere. beamed her 1000- up extra Ino Jeasel- NoNv's specific ap ti i
h1 .missing shadow, which watt sle at a columnist and ke toia s ttu.- i erf andbecome a, caa
turn, has been captured by the wtisper-: "I may not be the banquets. lar to Victor" MtLagle;
lovely Wendy in Sir James prettiest one here dollink, but The Immedfate prebimh Lou that if he works hr
BarrLe'r famed play. Translated I'm the lowest cut!" confided, liesa in matter of keeps in shape, he canot fe
to the screen, Walt Disney's lay- eating. With him acting mrens,an" reason why he, too, 900hI0i
Ish all-cartoon production. "Pe- Joe Louis caught a rough cut income, which in turn can be not get roles like McLagseu',
ter Pah," is in color by Techni-. of "The Joe Louis Story" and -
color. reported: "I guess it's what
people say you go through be-
"Peter Pan" will be are release, fore you drown."
ed on Tuesday next at the Bela
Viata and Drive-In Theatrea. Tommy Manville says he's
raising money for his own
.Adv. community fund: the March ofj.SLhA W
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In Week-End Release!
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The Haras Guarari's speedy newcomer Kiosco Interesting Prizes Offere'
will again parade to the starting post on odds-on,
mutuels choice despite two successive losses this T
afternoon in the featured Class "B' $750 seven fur-. For Today's S pecdboat Ra es
long dash at the Juan Franco Track
de Last week Kiasco Roa lldropped an 2-Canasta 3. 2.20 The whirring of powerful inches displacement), 22 h.r
decision to Royal Alligator and 3-Alonsito 52.20, the foaming spra o Jhsn an5 Eviuel. 23.
the previous week he lost to C oq Quinlela: (Lady Moon-Ca- motorshad the roaming of Johnson and Evinrudes th-SL
Au Vin also when he bolted wide nasta) 57 the waves in the wake of the 05 eubic inches .
the final turn when he loom- FIFTH RACE speedboats tomorrow morning and 16 h.p. Johnai.(l
ed a winner -La Enea .80, 0 will be commonplace at Taboga with 109.0 cubic Inchel
d A; winner. 1-La Enea 52.50, 2.26 -- .
The defeat by Royal Alligator 2--Moon Goddess S2.80. Bay here the Runabout Regat ment.
was also questionable to the SIXTH RACE races will be held. e u The Class "D" race will dfoPi
usual Lssenters becae crack- -Sun's Moon $31.60. 8, 4.60 Three special races will beorunmtors with 30 to 40 Cbi .e
erjack rider Bias Aguirre drop-I 2-Granero $2.80. 2.20 under international regulatlons lacmtr arernd c 2,
ped his whip passing by the mile, 3-Vampiresa $2.60.T for peedboat. race will be the u motor arEn e
oi-PincelazoN 22.60. 7 Dr. Julio Alvarado Carbone Clas- 85 cubic inches, Johnson 26 (35-
This time Chilean hustler Or- 2-Mmgo $3.60. sic with a first prize of $75. This 85 cubic inches).
lando Castillo will have the leg Second Dou b : (Sun's race will be for boats with a The second special race W t b
up on Herasllo Barletta's little Moo-Pincelazo) 577. maximum weight of 140 pounds for the Luls Chu prize and the
Chilean-bred chestnut five-year- EIHTH RACE a minimum weight of 105 lbs. third special will be for boats up
old. His chief opponent is ex- 1-Veranda $12.80, 3.60, 2.40 Johnson 9.2, Evinrude 72, JOhn- to five horsepower and cre
pected to be Coynes Edgar which 2-Paques. $4.80, 4 son 16 (old type) and vinrde members not exceeding 13 yew
will be piloted by Jose Bravo. 3-True Blue $3. 14 and 15. Classes "A" and Oage'
Homeland (Virgilo Casltill), Quinela: (Veranda-Paques) will be mixed t add nterestto there will be an "open rac
P'ropo II (Freddy Rose) and $56. the event. also.
Newminster (Oscar Mazuera) NINTH RACE The Class "C" race will Prizes will be presented by Do
m round the five-horse field. 1-English Mary $15.20, 14.40, 5.20 boats with a motor dibplace- rta Diaz Merida. Coffee Queen
Homeland is rated the best 2-Escandalo $9.40, 6.80 meant of 20 to 30 cubic inches f the Province of Vera .u
wMartha $ 0 and 200 pound boats. The motors Boat clubs from the iepublilc
moonshooer'shwi~llbeH.h~opi n -One-Two: (English Mary- that will be permitted for: tbland the-CanalZone willcompete
othat Newminster can pull a re- Eshand-alo) $149.20. race are Mercury 10 (19.96 uotb In the various events.
peat performance. The little Ja- TENTH RACE
malcan-bred grey horse is now i-Relampago II $5.40, 2.60, 3.80
I enjoying great form and last 2-Vain Darling $3.20, 4.20 I
i 7orite, Jaquimazo. ELEVENTH RACE uan Franc
1 1-Valley River $5.60, 2.20 o
SPlropo I is a hot-and-cold 2-Jaqui~ao $2.20. P.P. Horse Jockey Wtt. CO63IT ODDS
hqoe which usually comes to 11ie "
ven least expected. 6o, there 1s It Race "G" Native 7 Fps. Pu he: 3275.M P.el eleoes: 12:45
i yu have it, a race with all the A a lA JC First Race oft th DoUble
S ents for dathr reaction, a Pv l 11 i n News 1--Volador J. Phillips 108 -Form horse on per 3-2
I l-and-one-hal furlong sprint 2-Resorte E. Ortega 109x- -Depdon" 8-1
g I Class "D" horses, shapes up 1,* r 3-Opex 0. Masue. 110 --N to 8-1
Sts a wide open affair with at E- 2li Mr 4--Lady Caren ,A. Xcat a :10k 1
Sit"st four of the ten scheduled U Il ) O lJ 5-Kontlki C. Johnon 10:x-Not with .-. .,
gt rters rating a good chance of 6-R iomar Mena P. 103x-Rates ou l lmI ;Wi-I
winning. j 7-Ris-ta A. Mena 118 1-Sees mti b 'ven
Two impressive Irishbred new- 1 8-Fuegd B. Aguirre 115 --zeluded fraik
coaters Chingri and Hyper
Guard are slated to make v I 2nd Race i* Native 4% Fs.Purse: 5f275.M Pdel eileMse 1:18
their first local start in the Class Second Race of the Deuble
"D" sub-eature. p 1-Escalerilla V. Rodrl. 109x-Needs more disaine, 15-1V
ST. LOU-s Mo. i ept. 26 (UP) 2- -Con Valor II A. Mena 118 -Usually close u 5-1
SVa ey River, undealer fect The sorting News, weekly 3-Plo a E. Ortega 101 -asl .o 15-1
ride by Ruben (Caliche) Vas- b as e er newspaper, today 3- aa- a sGuerre. 105- O lr e t -1
quez, yesterday raced to a two- named 1 1Campanella, Brook- -laa M. Rse 15 -S ls p1men 1 -1
length victory over the once lyn catcher, Al Rosen, Cleveland lectron BR Vas.le 11-- a bu t sh tou
movet disappointing Jaquimazo third bawmna, Warren Spaln, 6-Sirellna A. Vas. 11 -Has strong finish d 5-1
in the featured $650 Class "C" Milwa.southpaw, and Bob oMazu 108 -Wil fight WOut. L. -1
seven furlong sprint. Porterfl Washington right- -*'po 7. ROS 108 -Rate top uhanee 2.4
Hartley Lass broke on top and hander, 'or its annual outstan4-
sea the early ace, was overtaken ing regularr player and pitcher 3rd Race "B" Native 7 Fgp.Purse: 275.M Pool elose: 1:45
and passed by Jaquimazo mid- awards iaoth major leagues. ONE TWi .
wayt own the backstretch. How- The ne*spapr; said Port .
ever, Jaqulmazo's lead was also field's snowing was "undoubtel 1-Villarreal A. Ycaza lOox-Always dangerous 18-1I
shortlived because Valley River ly the mt dramatic story" of 2-Filon R. Vas. 112 -Should do better now 5-1
moved to him and after a head- the year. He became the first 3-Bljagual 0. San. 108 -Returns from long rest 5-1
and-head tussle for two furlongs pitcher in the American League 4-Dixlana F. Rose 115 -Should improve 3-1
took command then drew away to win 20 games this season. 5-D. Grau B Aguirre 112 -Classy but fracUto 1-2
to score full of run. Spahn, whom the paper called 6- Diana V. Ortega 116 -Tremendous early speed 5-1
'I_ d "the game's outstanding left- -----
P Fon came from far back hander," topped the 20-victory
to wind up a last closing third. mark for the fifth time in seven 4th Race "D" Native t64 Fg.Purse: I50.M IPool eloese: 23:
Booji, the only other starter in seasons and also had the best QTNELA
the race, as never prominent. earned run average. 1-Yosikito Mena R. 103x-Will force early pace 15-1
Valley River paid $5.60, 2.20. Campanella was selected, the 2-Don Jaime R. Vas. 122 -Best change in mod 5-1
These odds were small when paper said, because he led all 3-Proton A. Ycaza 105x --Galloped last 15-1
compared with Sun's Moon $31.- catchers "in the history of the 4-Annie N F. Rose 122 -a class 5-1
u-and Pincelazo's $22.60. The majors" in home runs and RBI' 4.M no v. Brown Oix -to ind 15-1
second double combination of and set a new catching record 6--Okinagua 0. Masue. 110 -Seems sure hI* 1-
Sun's Moon-Pincelazo returned for most putouts this year. 7- Amazona C. Iglesias 116--Could be winner
the juicy sum of $577. The paper said Rosen enjov- -Amazona lesas 11 -Could be w er 1-5
The o divided ed the greatest batting season by
The dividends:. any third baseman in the A- 5th Race "F" Native 6M Fgs.Parse: $237. Pool cloes: 2:U5
merican League" since 1912 b
SFIRST RACE leading his league in rns and 1-M. Matru B. Aguirre 115 -Rates top chance 1-5
1-Biscaya $3.40. 2.280, 240 making a strong contention for 2-Munieco G. Sanchez 108 -Should take third 10-1
2-La Loba $3.80, 2.40 the homer lead. 3-Malaya F. Hidal. 114 -Longshot chance only 15-1
3-Marilu $2.40. Runners up were: 4-J. Huincho E. Ortega 104x--eems outelasted 25-1
National League (Playersi 2 5-Cosa Linda R. Vas. 110 -Not good enough 15-1
SECOND RACE Eddie Mathews of the Braves. 3. 6-Fru Fru L. R. Jara 118 -Rider handicaps 5-1
1- 1Thuinco $3.80, 2.40 Red Schoendlenst of the St
2--Ooylto $2.80. Louis Cardinals, and 4 Carl 6th Race "E" Imported 1 MilePrsne: 1M1W PeI Po loses: 3:35
st Double: (Biscaya-Ne- PurUlo of Brooklyn. iPitchprse 2 First Race of the Dealile
ulgo)56.20. Robin Rolberts of the hlladel- 1-Mr. Foot A. Ubidla 110 -Rates o chance 5-1
THIRD RACE Brola lles. 3nd4. CarvEykine or 2-R. Light J. Bravo 110 -Jockey ld help 5-1
1-Daniel $5.40 5.40Brooklyn.nd 4. Harvey Haddix 3-Apretador R. L. Gill 100 -Distance hndlcaps 38-1
2-Coliro $680 Amof St Lou e Plaer 4-Numbers J. Phillips 116 -In best ondltion 5-1
Oet-Two: l(Daniel -Colrido) M rick V Leagnon e W Platonr). 5-Discovery R. Vas. 110 -Pirst cole. in md 4-1
33.Mickey VMon, Wshinton. 3 6--Vertlcordia Mena R. 103x tFa S rfri rdy even
FOURTH RAC Perra New York. uPitchers* am A Mena 108 -Lat wa ev
FOURTH RAC. 1--RPierce Chicero. 1. Virgil'
,.,l-Pierp. C Lcconely VMoly~ !th Race "G" Imported 6Ii Fg.Purae: 5$ A Fedclefes: 4:95
1-Lady Moon $4 40. 2 80. 2 20 Truek. Chicepo. and 4 Whiteoh Rce "" Im ord c of te: D elee: 4:
SFord. New York. Second Race of the Domis
TO: ----- ----- 1-Cambist L. R. Jara 115 -Should' lB'whrW even
TO: 2-Pale Face M. Guerre. 112 -Promsing newcomer 20-1
S3-Double In A. Vergara lOx-Nothing i dcate 30-1
Nafi 7ua Franco Tips 4-Mailn 0 Castillo 115 --Hard to be 2-1
Igi $10 3- J 3 Fro n EXPERT 5-Legation 0. Mazue. 115 -Rdiia -1

-t_ b SEE 7 16--Discvery Bedlam(e 2--Pa J. Philps 112 --UsTUale clam u 4-1

Il--Newminster Kiosco V__o 8 Por__-1
-i 'AA9th Race "I" Imported 7i 7P. Pure: 53f5lLM 8 elesei: 5:15
I-Baby Rol P. Rose 116 --Could scre at hs odds 8-1
2-S8. Windsor J. Phitlips 108 -Vastlyo improved' 2-1
3-Cradle Song R.L. Gil 112 -Wou pay M l I5ure 15-1
4-Pincel O. Mazue 110 -Best change it Ad 15-1
-- _- 5--Oywood A. Mena 10M -Return m o pe -
6--Tlama -. Bravo 118 -DangerOus 5-2
3-... _^ I 8-InterUde R. Vs 110 N tong 30-1
lth RBae "D" Imperted FisPurge: 5NM Pe el lim: 5:40
,. 1--Oreat Oame A. Vas 118 -Rates bet ehabl 1-.
2-Hyper Guard C. Kam 112x-Unknown quasiuip 40-1
r3-C Prince Mazue. 10o -_Cod ger. at rise 54
5--Sanmuquefo R. Vms. 112 -83.1
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r B. Rult 105x--
Z. Darlo 106
0. CastUllo log
V. CastU.o 110

lith beAe "3" Imperti 7 Fg. pW
1-Piropo II Row 108 -Cli
2-Homeland V. Catlio iI -Isa
3-Newminster O Mszue. 110 -Wee
4-C Edxar J. Bravo 115
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thed ight-hit hurling wo hf e
h Veep r wi ~r La^ eh mej in V
e V i vwhein the Sefators played a A "l
eP ,v hohiladelphia A 2blet lesto t. onig
BILLiteK Brooklyn third YOGI BERRA Key man of .in oQbi. Oeh Gb
b e otreputed finest glove Yankee attack... hits Vital iB Lea;Ue g m6. Jim Pre' m -;
man. .kiny, hunch- ball...much underrated fild another. "circus catch" whe h x-igG f -,
litter eae.. can leader and handler of pher. obbe Bauerof what would ave 1 ...
hit wth oth feet -4o appearance at b game-wnnng homer In- OD G
off Mhan any man in of dusmaprop...bartwd bat- to the bullpen. Bauer had pre- Deftalt 59 94
baR '.)b.J ing best season terB and umpire.. affinlty for viouih- accounted for the Tan- .jiWh qbfebIa 17
r a t ed .e It i e to i R e d B o x M ic k e y )4c -N ig h t g amu e s n
his 13th vlotaey. TODAX'SGAMNS
The batUtng race also cobtinu- Boston at New York'
ed to wa hot In the National Chicago' t at
S. .11 Legrue as Red Schoendilnat got Detroi at&
on. o one hit in four "at bats" Phlladelpu athu W. to
S III5~j -e eto dcop back tA .21. Schoen-
dienst needs three hits In four YESTERDA'S 3gULTS
-tmo a ofror k or00 f k~oon04
Sthe title. N York 000 002 OW 00oo-.
SIS tan Musial goc two hite to up MDermnott, Hudmi (1ap
average to .337but l all Mar. RS0chki n 8i) (1
chance to win the 1batting title. 7fto Do, Berra (10*. Wp _j
mdo an (-o.Lp-
t ta fp tour. hits in lour Dermottt (18-10). Lp MU
By FLACO tip t late inthe M (14-7). .
-': of the it, il average -----
tg weeks Jut at been good anywhere m would bte dly .341 Detroit 000 060 102- 3 .
In P Maw abshould qualify t and say f that W arbd the Car- Cleveland 204 400 20x-1
werkaw abot. spsorta from the Tth 0 f"ahing all e*y dinal to a& abthe Chicago Oray. Wellk (3), Mller
South. haven't beeftn s to par for tbh f the year. e ha Cub A wo 4-8. Malone (0) and B3300.
heard that Frank Cunningham caught aarn, size a6 this t ;ime; qt er ain the RS." (-3) and Tipton, LP -
unknown. Thi ls shis first marlin and We offer our congratbla- beat th _91mves 10-1 And% th 0-15). HR Ol (l)v
on_. _laint. atthe Pirate -3. (25), Ktline (1), MU
*-, .,,...., ,
C. J. Johnson, with his guide, and Captain Whilpp.1tbster i .AIL Chlomp at.8d, lofA (Nh
returned from a 8 day trip to M4 last week, They alesL only
biqas ftt. Salf th wore $here t in aniy great an.umbers. UP'inta. wt 4WuMgrtQt (MD.
They iprteachig 1a Saltbi and aplent dolWT D Phils, *
took several wahoo but none of a t *.
B e water hak bmen h Nto find wh Ie .a n WAT.O
aer alast e. I. B .-li 0r
yen wi t e with baIt a thbengofradyv. 3e--S 7s', f'd I
or two with eat seiag a benit. V A' i
Several boats nave reported good cathes of dolphin and. 1estes V Cus 14. c S
wahoo between bons and the lands with, mnall g of bilt S .a, 'Mar Now elnk|
usually within a mile or so of thejdriflMe. l 5 a9
Perha the 6 da dry aemos wa. te d M a A"
todo wlthhis condion. When thAUo eoea oou of -
Florida ki e up our hfishi t er for a.
Maybe we will find that ieathN eai. our TO* 5 -- '-IIl
more thathas been considered pothle In the past. Novi New Y
We hav been asked about the deIgree of mutilainonoosmy Mil
to dquarfy a fish for a World reoirad. In last .week's & a 7.. Lws ad 'O ,
under a.ts or omissins te oia.lit a fish. secto.n (F) itiatr 3 ]S2? L-.
(Mutlation by sharks or other means.) 1 i. .
We have been asked. whit othermneans can muttleste a o w hflab I =WI'B SlSkS L .4 3
For one. a fish can be green M "a or wild, full of t Ital 7 Oi a
hurt by the hook, and in swlmmlzig under the boat be hit ly the a hin
ivlving propeller. This of couse would ut tbe fh ad
offer an dvanteeo to the farman.l .I a of thl. t.* Oka. .... ( ,'
tilation the Ofbw.ould be di i .'P
Another eample would, bif wu gr, fA 0ur4c1 faW. a t a -
away from the boat a s lIsdod from a shark b or httwe. C r-. i. .d1",' 'itB
This would after -n adUani-0 the flhrman and dauality Caited t
the fis. AuAther la w lid bea .M lab brought up ipto 7
the boat, a fling at placed the flah in a mine lht i l
that would rip pm thb bly. the fl then gojttingwa!
from the man Undftmg O r utar and swim sg waffi
naler would the advantagin brgm t1 lMr
back to the boat t a 1j. In S (0. !1 .
all cases degree m e mU &by oa( of f udage tir .sI.
is nqt an aer job.
Anothes question a1te wa r.r Arod abould be Western RehsWer
at lead 5 IfeetS&Sg. S Ht", wfth&er* rthwateow S.
cevisng tbe #ada- o PC.hor to too
long bat the rule te an air oR

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thaCeonnolly-dot it .nlalst to the coutt. Wite Mo picks up many
S^lepd on remost is an interesting study of the world women'
So- Ebamp ion mtcl (NEaA)

g n a t there rit abe -won.
thMs tZb e haPPen
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the ps,'. 'an doEw
,"--"- w-es lde ashamed
.eall.. .Ow Srve n 1therertz oGutft one 0W' Poe Be who,
the World wek on the right-handed side.T Pi" S= Vik.. 18isne of the

e1 atnuem hteavtier am. Phil Rinuto, Ions survivorans m a trio 1941
i as to o in 1), 1j teamt lthlayea E th='rdPutn whu t
S. Stls rao "o *r.b t
I t .h, hsthe.d himo se moouw.,pe-Mk fel ,o' a1ndm
wM a ti r the a~t.losan
as ,"tW se is doing our wor- Nt

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puma.s. ad. .t's
Slrt te l"S a ea d ..too must doW 't tllees9da
e teats a*ea odCuase or1 t eo inl lreo e oWA "T.W hioe, tl t e gu Y alT i Ilid, i res off against himself. The most polished man
3alre-l l 'rzood, fbut eay e 5lMir ecim o plays at a squa. ually dept on poffene and deentne, the restricted substitution rule won't bother
their bt he sothe h.lpe re G_ an be tb_ th h r o w
t eI". Grocery Business Picks Up As a

"" ',.2..'y D.aon,, e 11! BEASRRD
the.L @halfa *nse 'sdajI "By NIA Bervice ha don't caught ea fIAh so I 24 er n nation Lea7 ue'.eI P'o- .a. .ue loehed the ardnne,. I havea Written ,or NEq Service

't f *a0 t UWi ihme s"aar Ab ofa Ih -mowU imch. ot s QUESTION.: What I the ma-
-51% saes wa. e.tooh of amoo.t.noril ast. h sjo league career record for
mat 5 el, 4rod OW cam i .- .our 0b
ooW,1blA08-.oelPAO, Yako ineed a varIety @5 oiat ga'nsadh beamse. Oil, .To most shutouts?-Ed Wlber.
vat"at "You'd reaogl p how good to ttap them, put o ur bt o i Answer: lter Johnson holds
nee etedb a aer. our hurl really he playing be. One flh will go tor a wob- p anyng ts my l bsit the mark with 113.on
M aSse Ms a te th... hind it every day, batg spoon or rg lve dmy bit I(N= ol.
:!: their "]E xce pt 'msinnow. GMISsea awd ett to hisbnWow

'me-.raninus andPi kt ae Q. ow r:sany times did Ty
win^ ^ toK anN son Wvb wea

pt-cIfsbutIicall'oahetthe in doieg. re obb with the American League
fah batting championship? Wil-
m., -Id ,a, .efish Qn s r ine the oil am Coope.
Swo many you. catch or and he starts to catch fla A Tewlv (197-l99). It would
hold who o" he Ierak" t heoredwhoo. rousd us. The hbut Tris Speakdr Juthit Cobb in
out ,.a .-UPem sfmosit, t ~Wlli Dr'eam0 ew dMEIt, a fhern -lewt over an 16,. 81. .371, to break up
&%I their wi d. be," u..l what kind 14'f,.the"Muln

T.dand 10 "er be jt Y pl0 theieid We aayuev3aug fLnhn Dfid n Wulter i ohnno n ever
..inWr p h itt. ,ehi I I"I n t5dd he major kaguea?-Boo Sheri -
.. 11900 i,." a ndhlma o la. t'l OIrag diped in r- A. After wln re 20 or more
I*bnwe hath$drfernce e sped to i victories
In yo.yuSadvertie my 1s f3N -a smou that saw hie.
bat o 'd;wraote. "We have beo otcrean your bu-SIi 100. per me-ran' galme,
0.o h .. there On is w llgo f orrs bs n ve told lotsm of my
11hetimes -'we doS b ut k isa SMR ieat happened Ia o b Who the first major
go go year it les b a$ 1 t of sardines. eaiue oateher to wear shinl
". -It qa, aro d 1 oe'eock, "It W- sell more a..e guar,, ?-.a~ Pewsts-.
he n, e1 tho ildi "t k, We than II e eat." L. fl "resnahan of the
.-w..M.--ay W Q, ebatpdoes the umpire deter
--n, thI rthe Oht o1the batte.

W.iId he crouches or leans
hodh--n"IeaedMoaondUs..Th hever b tb alake the armpit line
u ~p<. "~To fr"*o' --.".lier, ite umpire determines the
..." .eigt e w.lL t would be the
%hse4, 'nsal stance
It',-'th- .- _;-W" .':b+-t.he oJPItc tywo-man unapire sys-
-,, + etng used m a semi-pro-
a."BAARN" mm.. .. ........ See t.2f.Se ee2ond bauS the i -
S"ORANJESTAD" ............. Spt. 28 f d
aw "I base on the way homr.
"AMA "................ Oct. 1 tha basemaan cls for tthe
-is t f rst., umpire. Lant it the
"I hoP'r who rules on thin
lop,"We TOe W EST CO ASi T SO UTH AM ERICA : A 'n Iuer s odn. t onlsy.t wo
,. rtO .. .t.t ne.t "p oll o
-,OREITEJ" .....".... ......... Oct t are working, and there's
than one runner on the
m Yt A" .................... Oct. 30 the plate umpire should
amutmpfsed to moved into the
you'h I."P-"r toward third base to
th e rlod. b 0-11s8 bnbes. 8at W Pa* m ta "w*eSe.a. the 1nn3lsroundaing the
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the closing of their Tivoli Avenue Branch
on September 30th. All pending busine.e
with that store will be attended at our Main +'
Branch on No. 98 Central Avenue. '



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was Hercules. In the present times ,

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A call to remember
There iL no more wholesome and pleasing drink
than good Scotch Whisky and there i no fmi
Scotch than" Black & White ". Ditilled and
bottled in Scotland, "Black & White" is
Scotch at its best. Remember to ask fbr
"Black&White" next timeyou llftorScotch.
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Su preme Cormmander n the Far East. By DANIEL JAMES
GObRGETOWN, British Gula-
Demolition Experts Defuse Counist-'e Thovernment in
the Westerr Hemisphere has
been in office for thret and a
Shallf months In this British
Ton Bomb In Germany
T 0m In ermany colony, t a already h are
signs of panic and chaos.
i- It Is not a government, like
NUERNBLURG. Sept. 26 UP -I long British blockbuster dropped Guatemala's. In which Commu-
-Two Germana demolition cx- on the city by Allied bombers in nists exert Influence through
pe.:s gamiied their lives today 1944. others. Its leadingg ministers are
to aef use a to-ton dud bomb Two explosive experts were themselves Communists.
in the center of Nuernburg as killed, several persons Injured Why Communism selected as
100.o00 re_,-cnts of the danger and 40 houses damaged when a its first hemisphere victim thb
area crol.'ned in cellars and a 500-pounu bomb exploded In colony of 8&.000 miles and 450,- .
World War 11 air raid shelters. central Nuernburg during a de- 000 people Is not-clear. But a
Lrich Frodrman and Richard fusing attempt June 5, 1951. few facts about British Oia4na
Roese took three hours to re- Froderman and Hesse report- may be en'lghtening. I
mo.e tnrte uses on the largested to police headquarters on an The color.y is politIeally~part
unexploded bomb found in Ger-,army field telephone as they of the BritLis. West Indlea.khich
maiv since the war. slowly unscreened the fuses are about to unite In a Qarib-
SAsked It the big bomb made The bomb was in a difficult bean Federation. Communist-
him nervous. Frooermen took a posilton jammed between a ce- run British Guiana could, as
& aia Irom a bottle of beer and meant block and a brick wall. part of that federation, create
said that "*f it goes off, it plenty of trouble Ian an area,
doe;n'I make any differencelum Iu that toucab U. 8. Interests. pt
whether inc bomo is 100 pounds 53 olumbus Day many point.:. The so-called outer
or two tons. He called his lne rim of our hemispheric defense
on the telephone and told her: B| i bases.
"Tell the boys Im all right,1 l S3t OU 97
Morn. You CLiGn think I wasi Thougr. English-speakn, -- .
going to wa.te a case of beer;: T Uai r .A British Guiana ls geographic whether ol not e I I.
did you?" He had cached a case;| Ill UTo Hotel ly located Jr a northern South manm mh w *
of brer close to the big bomb. America. From that position, t
'ie men are paid about. $125 The Panama-Balboa Council could have an Inlleunce on a b oe i t that shl a f
mo.- hly plus a 50 per cent of the Knights of Columbus continent wide open to atio- Sot .mpasiu padl hasl st a am.. j
bons for de-fusing bombs. 'wil hold their annual Colum- nalist and Communist agitation. retued fom b d
Ar raid sirens wailed and bus Day Charity Ball In the The leader of the ritish the m rt so ne.I 5 Otf i' i
re~l~the ZrdentWn No 'ono. I. ist
re-idents in the area took shel-,gand ballroom of the Tivoli Oulanea government, Dr. Cm t- n r S
ter. ActuaLy most of the city s Hotel on Friday, Oct. di B. Jagan a dentist of at snt
400.000 readcnts" stayed Indian origin who was educated
The two men climbed into the This affair Is held yearly in at northwesternn uwSnsfi therSh-g
hole dug around the seven-foot honor of the discovery of Amer- frazikly admitted his Commun-a
ica by Cristopher Columbus, the 1st sympat!Jes to me in the first
patron of their Order, on Oct. interview* he has granted a U. 8. Fem le Song
tag01n" 8mspetto" 12. This date is also celebrated newsman since assuming office. -
tIhroughout Latin America as "The Communist movement
the "Dia tDe la Raza." champions tne underdog, and I
eck U ARCARIB Grand Knight Charles Fears consider mv.elf part of it." he
has announced that all of the said.
arrangemenLs for the Columbus In a radio talk he frankly as-
A four-day ipection of theDay Charity Ball have been seted:
Headquarters USARCARIB b completed and urges that res-1 "I am a et ad
the Dcpartment of the Armyervaone ae sS-oiet ni "d a .t admirer of then
Sand possible to assure chose tables and the e es ral
companying team of officers will Reservations may hbe made by th e P le re. a'
en.d Tuesday. cailing the Tivoli Hotel. The cWith hoew like these broia
Annually each continental and'reservations will be held open cast througboult B.ltaeh Gulanar
overseas Army Headquarters are until 9 p. m. on the evening f no wonder many people are
given an inspection by the In- the dance. presmg concern.
spector General as directed by -o--
the Secretary of the Army and' The 71st Army Band wm far- There is, first, something of
the chief of staff of the Army. nish the music. A choice pro- an exodus ul people out of the
Headin, the group here from gram of entertainment. featur- colony. Emagration to North
the Pentagon is Lt. Gen Danieling, "The Marquettes," has been America aas Increased 20 per
Noce. Inspector General of theplanned with John Ridge as the cent in the few months.
Armv. Col Chirles F. Ivins and'master of ceremonies. An ex- according to Pan Americmn
Charles C. Blakeney and Lt. cellent selection of door prizes World airways,.chlef carrier of
Cols. Edward J. Vincent and Al-.will be awarded during the eve- the passenger traffic.
fred W Pruneau. ning TicKets are one dollar per British Guiana lost $500,000 in
On Wednesday Noce and his person and may be obtained new revenue, between January
Inspector team will depart for from any rrember as well a. and May, tbecause.foreign ex-
Puerto Rico to view the operm- from Distribuldora Electrica. porters he.,iate to ship to the
tions of the U S Army Forces in A. on the corner of Ancon Ave. colony. This will take a good
Antillps which Is an element of at "B" street in Panama City. slice out or a normal $18 mil-
the USARCARIB Command. They way also be purchased at lion budget
the Columbus Club In Balboa or Schools operated Jontly for
Kalboa Tidr" at the Tivcli Hotel on the night generatUons by church and gov- .
of the Ball. ernment arc being taken over.
TODAY'S TIDES Thp members of the Colum- Along with is there Is intensive
Hlgh Low bus Day Charity Committee. Indoctrination of youth by the .
6:2 am. 12:11 aim. under the co-chairmanship of government. Peoples Progresstve *A flt t l .el
:3p.mjn. 12:39 p.m.'Dr. John H. Drahalm and Ed- Patty, the disguise under which chanting ty
Sw,1rd B. Parker are as follows: the Communists operate, certain aft
Ralph Coppola, Kerner Frauen- Worst of all Is the fear of lm- sabMh
heimn. A. E. Greene. PGK, Mil- minent nationalization, whlnh h 0
ton J. Hallay. PGK, Feers. is causing business concerns to nv
SJam-s M McNamera. George be wary of making new outlays th.2
Fields. Joscph Kolowqkl, John an would. investors to think w
p ,er T-70 Mc(T,!e Joseph D. Barteechl. twice before patuLting capital in- pw*e .
PERECORDER d edur. rnest Veno. to British (ulana I asked Drh. o
.Benny Sc.,ks Oscar Otielette IJapan If he Intended to nation- pon
iJohn'Owfs, DonaldDlvney and alire, and he replied:

T49P RECORDER ded.cated to the 50th anntver-Jba,,ri. is d n ad..ta all over '
airv of the independence of baixint Is high on his nationali- Pepe i d
She Repnioiac of Panama. zation is'. But the DLmerara house e Road
Bauxite Co Ltd. a subsidiary of Ripol, a dnangle
StWl l Alumnium Co. of Canada which er have beep I
POW Says He Still virtual opoly, s re- c .
hottest seat in British Guiana" corded no l ot
Slaves Her Reweds ,h r, er horn n hr. t.ol
r e Wie or Chicago Is greatly responsible er South
for introducing Communism In- The two have
FO r who to British Julana. She is the children.
f m Wieformer Janet Rosenberg. who that w i
EVART Ky. Sent 26 (UP) wa a member of the Young having
gents for the Saratoga. Communist League when 14she ecac
day he has memarrica the girl married Dr Jagan in 1943odn losh..
he divorce before he went to Jaattr n waist then studyoon den- ai t r
Korea where he was a prisoner tistr in Chbicgo. Soon after ci for
Cpl. Jack Martin. 27, said to- she left wiL', him for his coun. now thy
When returned from try and helped found the Peo- ratt ,
Korea on Sept 17. he was metle Poresive Party. and -:.
at Knoxvlllc Tenn airport b- D- At mny lAmt
ihis former wife. Marcella. an. The PPF holds 18 out of 24 before t2e SO
AnUiung rWiy their six-year-old son. Jack Jr. seats in the House of Assembly phone 1 tis
r a unforgeabe experience Martin had married Marcella which it won in an election pin ll
Syour ow l r- when she was 15. but they had, last April 2.7 Undpi the consti- to
plyour onb h searnb domestic troubles and a divorce, tution. It was entitled to ane the
a played ba with' upr followed Durin his Imprison-d eot 6 out o_ 10 ministries. The a
broadcast studio"- delity mad menr. Martin de-ided he stillirest are held by men appointed
"aeIble by the miracle *' loveo Marcella She is now 21 by Gov. 81" Alfred Savage.
IAL NCED-TON" Cotnl; I Prom the Knoxville Airport Mrs. Jag.n is DeD Uty Speak-
SMartin and hias former wife went er of the l'ouse and PPP Oen-
# i-s Olphroy, A to Jone-ille, Va., and were .'mi Secretary. As an old sirty
"- -- -- remarried. A honeymoon in hand, she devotes most of her
.1,. ... Te. "We're all very happy," Mrs. Unlike her husband, however
. h today abo answered my question about

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A 8 a birthday gtft, itintmore
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lAke toa ai and shape. The
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Ia tall him that a mitake bad
boiml ade nd that a of the
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laum It weighed less than the
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diad by weighiMng each., but
s ". ave up and eked the
Jeweleto mend someone over to
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scale to leae the fake diamond.
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have borne the group of figure shown above.
repreaenting the age of the man who we burled
there. Certainly, there s a method to the arrange-
ment that attains a result unlikely to have been
produced byaccident. Perhaps by studying it, you
can determine what that result is or, tf It does rep-
resent the rulers ae at death, what .hls age was.
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IF ONLY SCHtbOL could be like this all tJ time ~ls'the fohd .ish of tuberculdols
when Frankie Saluto, a, midget circus clorn, visited the Nation4 Jewish hospital iih
C94o. -The amiable clown is helping Mrs. Aine Slager instruct some qf her fascinated

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st"4 in out-of-the-way corners of Mfetico. The wagons, pulhdIty ~h trenspa
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0 PRESIDENT 1 MON wks winding up last minute
details prior' t his departure toaay for a three-
day whirlwn4 at itWalington. .
Rem6n andi *ife will be White House gets aur-
Ing their offlcIal"tlalt to the hht1oMis ctpl$ol. A tight
program of ceremonies, dinners ahd receptions h"a
been scheduled fdr the. pair who -re being accom-"
panied by other Panamanian officials.
The Rem6ns will travel to Miami in thbi -Air Force

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DC-6, formerly Piesident Roosevelt's plae "The s a. he at em, as aid e om
htaheeaFe-= t a e
cred Cow." Bealdes am n ofiel -the Pres.i tenduin- ea the return to meu ,al I. t t ,
dent will also have ti bls party U, Ambassador to PanmunJam of the Commanimt POW' 4 t o*,.
Panama and Mrs. John C. Wiley. want to. go h e. '
Meanwhile the magazine "NeWsweek" predicted thlt What did. 23 men matter among all thou who had .'
the treaty talks will last a long time, and that re. fought and been captured itn Korea. -- ,-jq .
suits were "unpredictable.' The magazine made note Among all the 01's who have set foot on Korea -
of fact that Rem6n is a sincere friend of the United soq duri. the loag, unaopulr war there surely must r.deice
States, and has made an effort, in his strategically be more than 23. who are gomg to leteh up on tile
planned campaign to prevent any anti-American note wrong end of a murder rap before their life is done;
irom seeping in. .' -. 1 .. o.
o -- There must be 2$ who millionaires before
.the 1nal .dividend dscared;
Panama police were working overtime searching There must be 2 who will become the fathers of
for a "man in a mambo shirt" who was suspected o4 triplets; .
slashing the throat of a bartender n roadhouse There must be 28 Who wil- become C the Trans-Isthmian Highway. A cigaret salesman There most be 23 who will jump in frntof tralamg
came upoi the body of Manuel MAngatG6mez, a-43-, or otherwI .deAw it mnaeeary for the mkan to -
year-old Spaniard who worked at the Jardin Las Flo- call the f ornilng, ter
res roadhouse. The murderer s believed to be There tM .4 miht even find themselva w
escaped inmate of the Matias Hernandes asylum.; a dame they acn,. vI fwidth e --. wea ma al
S oTher are all iae of near-poaslble long sts. mmarr a
On the other side of the border Canal employes who In such a quantity of men ip went to iJor o M
belong to the U.S. Citizens Association were determln .number 235 signfies nothing the only dlff t Goea
ed to share their woes. At a meeting held on the At.U from 00 is that It is possibly a better prospect fr P ederieo w
lantic side they voted to bring down their Washington this morn ugs lottery. *. ad hU aI bn t .h.i.
lawyer, Emmet O'Neal, who had been hired last J3W. If you're g round for really .
in order to acquaint him with conditions that exist, ber, there is one right up h t
here. .the Indinroops are he ai 9r.
herewith which eac side ho coy e
If he is able to comply with their Invitation the luctant prisoners. r
lobbyist, who wts formerly U.S. Ambaisador to th .
Philippines, will arrive on the Isthmus early next The significant number is not 23 b .
month. about the minber of Communits
wish to return to their
Members however were not quick to,,rspon4 to. To trade. 2,00 hearts and
elections held inAncon for alternates to their BOard tolerably good t for the an
of Directors. Said the chairman of the voting, Mrs. in the wolr ada. siter than
Margaret Rennie. "It's very discouraging." The ten- the high-pasWials W ona e
dency was, she said, for others to sit back and let a dinners, receptions, and wnat hqve
few do all the work. o
Sboays wht4 ha chosen Commnhism.
A Canal employee who appealed -his dispulsal were morea,.tfl 23 Amteb an tO
was going back to his Job again after as is-m=nth Joined the Cm unaist Party during
fight. James Redmond, an admeam*urr Was awrd- Korean war, without all the & I doc U
ed back p!ayeaul6 to 1 O,19 44 B, Hewas. + washing which the prisopers wore n .... aii i

53,971.26, wieh t .e aai oCGmmay elauin -
the fall ameit. 'A deduseti l. owerer his laW-
yer, Donald J. MNeevitt, tlaks t e. ole wmll
probably sue fop *,3* iawre m whikh k elahma.*
still due Redmond. The dismissal was appealed to
the Civil Service Comminssion which ordered the
veteran's reinstatement.
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The monthly "shirtsleeve" conference last week had
something new added when U.S. Representative John
J. Allen, Jr. attended the meeting. He is here on a
visit for a few days.

Th:nhs were all backwards as an American tanker,
Pan-Massachusetts was towed stern first through th<
Canal in one of the most unusual transit made here
The tanker, which wasr badly damaged in a collision
will be towed to Japan when the tug arrives here.

Two trials kept Judge Gu.hrie F. Crowe in a com-
miter's status to the Atlantic Side. Sentenced in the
Crist6bal Division of the U.S. District Court were a
.Panamanian aviator, Luis Romero Rioe, who wal
given two-one-half years to serve at the penitentiary
for forgery, and a former Margarita Commissary see.
,tlomhead, Joseph. .4 Newland. who received a one-
year penitentiary sentence for falline to account for
government funds to the 1 ne of $3.317.

An American woman who teaches English at thi
Panama University was flown in to Gorgas Hospita
on a mercy mission from Santa Clara when she was
* suddenly stricken ill there. At the hospital, the con.
edition of Mary Elizabeth Pitney Is still considered
r -
Senior PAA representative here. Elton D. Todd. go
a new title of director effective Oct. 1.
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Edward Gaskin was reelecLed president of Local 900
GCEOC-CIO at the 1954 convention.

The C-nal was accepting bids for the constrtuctio
of nine masonry house at Oatun.
T;- P aamai Line snounpeed thaotW. use of
possible tieuo i h) ew.. Yp krA .g ogotiatlonm of
ew lonslhreman's dSntrat. C Ubal will sa:
iWretlyv re New York en its d9tbWed oyage,.
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Srncc. well-known old-timegs, died last week. Rober
W. Olaw. who was 76. had been P.nama CanL_-Pav
1 tefor many vo u reild PAL
S. rnburg.. Ma. aM tahelr a in,. i.e.r. ent
v retired anoy*, 'V1 A. 'Kerru died In th
same ne. HA wmo .S7. A former Amerlean bna-a'-'
man In -PM Willia1 "PUP' Wtei ford. dbot .'
mdsn ;nta T t" .t S. t Nav yh1...rV I Ch,
fiop te I* 1n *w\ p' *" *"* W, Mund
died ftter n. ', illness -l St Louis, Mo.

Just-.o thing about Atae .z
which 'iIcoIe worthy.. cmm
racks, g on l ve
Most'e .t werf a sergb i d
W6)at a nt pva1te cares
15 up to t beria /af. tho
t ere are other ar bed wire,
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The olvYWsects of the Korean peaC..
Ing were abUt as remote' wstw
of a Norean truce see men
"- rsq and~ 'tears of the .
*- usul. the 1OW L
ce 'e5 nuqwspaner reade&t e [Iie b4ct
as thnwha It -,U the Reds were objecting tbts low Mei
Shardiv mrtt'her'.
i The armistice Lalk experience had proved to tib L
that if it was not one objection it would be naOtheb *
till such time as the Communists were good and ready othe
to come to an agreement more or less regardless of wwV. Des an:
terms. So nobody bothers much any more what At a. an exten
e the Communists are objecting to.
.."--.- he 4 ydne,
i Hopes of the Korean peae talks getting unte way time
by the .mid-October teatative. des are about Me .Ie beca BMW
* dim as hopes of Christmas occurring before thai w n me .*a. .Wn .
Smid-October deadline... .. -' '
r But the West doe -et seem to be worryirn loO' "'; he forme 4A9a
mrch..At least the fihting and dying has stopped, .O usglahti
vich is the main thing, It W LS
e A'Korean peace confereoeie will gep around to l v
I ink itself held somewhere, some d O Ilmi -
s table seems satiasactoAr to everyone by .
President Byngman Rhee, who Is afr In t.
d i- ht if the peace taks do not eul
SSIthin the term presUy t e
rpose. .' -
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the Reda In Fr"_ !t "
aC. should rf toho.ut
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only concern .. AUles evince is
C .iterest tIn he hobpe toet
n i: : arce and navy ad .mpMunon. .nd'
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2. The Peoples Republic o K staed ive ajor off enhu 1 last a t he was r h
orea ~ contr-ttedWtti n deole e nl enetiy t retreat toe nme e c
1.-June .26, 1950 The an ^ el ^ M v I rnl.aadn l tot-over wast f aid &A m ge t the rurqouofer
mONTH i cn d o'"2id e -th parale P o- y4

Whto'se smer United States aU- 1hma rle oine h ob Uil 1@ atb l5ie r A.SS

eors dreoflensIe" pndAutumnpcafed-npectaeanderer.l Oct. 25W 1950, and ow l- eati. h
Here reWin .a re a pint -

;oa wherensilneos W Ouroe invented 1n ttr -it wrtstetM onopnl- Is i

covered beneath an Ko rooted tbL-Mke dfWegan it p w tae ,o
b h erosion 154f whasf ir t. tp The..* .
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cramme d nere5, era0Tre the~ ROu er trcenta iened t 8 a "yoA-

leons with two billion dollars in taeanother laeSa -cale as- J Inspcte
liver. Now this two-mile-highse s writer an P
town tad in i ore, more pre7 trofIn .. .

ever wdas. 1.. January, 162, the United oreta-ent .

between the valleys of the Betweend l g 5. cale 1offenr50,lt or ayrin g U
rains ..d march armi es yr.adl d1Ra.f w oreAn = d taf. *
.pcked down this an t m- stredul defeat. Twelve monsihL As t-.. B
van route thousands of yeara one orn eard tednthe y intlo nor l t e e
before the Chrlatlan era. ftm in orea bttleflMld el11 t.iW U. one o.f
Highest Ikes h nit e o o u d s. T ug BMf.
States s Tulabyo 1265 feet a 12. radalr mhed rw .dr 3i
e sea arlevel in alon ia.
* if a fire break out 8antla- Cr. e'w jo .

Several nations have erected Sit TO W"

made-to-or -er.cit-es for their -- ._*.'.--- : -,.
capitals. Notable ea mp In- D
elude New Delhi. Indvia Caerer- V T.. maUW- -
ra, Australita' and Woshiatond
UPI-stx month a... a re- fr p'
Day ahicd nl hts are. of egual mote hamlet in so6ithwetehal '
length throughout the- world Washington was a gbost towno- e. g
twice a year. Thbilon occurs at thi today if. is a enlenas boomI
vernal and .utumsnal eournole. town.
about Mprch 21 and. September' Loggi trucks ram bled a *.t
21, r' -nectrelv, when the sun is through the streets at one ael '
.. tweWindows are nteroar se d atw

Pennv Come Qu.ick and Pever- weeds noued- th mathe street.
ty Island are names of areaci Last Aprl Senior Bstates In.L
within Aberd een Proving bought tile town to "take
Ground tean station for the sto a D geor r wated le w r on. e
Army'. ole runs on the apiper mam n our tbookt."a I K aefa m o, 1m
Chesapeake Bay. na e ofKrean r war& al i mn V .
van route thousands of yeatris .ople r4aeot h tIn .. #L .

The term "Chrtianish Main" dri- erahdt. a retired a colodfel
ginallv referred ta the Sptnlsh t He Baid oar Mea' i n' t 7%- *0 g *
coloes Is the northo12 t coast charadty he ToIiapthe .
of SonfB Amierlee to dlBtinruieh atla'ntl SB eg1
them from Ileand ponisssa.os In .'uesaaseblei. of u V M
trW uRao it was enelll ar hostr 9IS lr 'a -l t-
lted to th Caribbean Rea -end pwi and ltN
fby pirates and b eaouters. ,, wIn h pl Ct e of".
of the bul, s age reteu a e "n"" e.

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M W< umage loIeag befrqy *9 nfslfught of winter.

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1~age as a lovely dhmt one sur- The husband has his .a
rounded with flowersi tutk6d oayuco and when his farming
into some verdant vaie where duties permit goes f1St4ish l .
the world sort of detours a- the ocean not far Cronr-l i
round and lets young lovers home: This adds variety ti the
have its own private world to meals, and enables a reserve.
dream away the supply of foq4. to be laid -.up
.Latini wWA get credit fgr be- for *-te fu;ur.
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It is Just surmise but we be- eat. Meat comes from hunting
. Ueve that this young utan built principally The big Is tcoo valu-
this bohio just the way it is, able to eat; It 'will be 10od1.
because he wanted It that way, when it gets big enough T
or -else his very young bride fetch a substantlat cash price
did. at the market.
The roof was strong to keep Unlike many interior folks,
out the rain but the sides were the husband has never work.- '
merely a framework of stout ed in the Zone or in a.y city
poles Interlaced with thin of Panama.
oughs. That Is, about three- He Is a farmer, born to It
fourths of bohio was open. and satisfied with it.
Then one end was shut- in Illustrative of the wayif he
with salvaged material to make has endeavored to please his
a sleeping room. The result wife is the tree trunk holding
was a cool house with plenty the water. g -in the' lb -
of breeze to take away the sbot. He scouted or tr Ul
cooking odors but privacy alsq with three limbs, Tc U t
available. then i a
The stove attracted, our kt-- to bury part' of the trunk
tenton. It looks primitive insure its stability.
but it Is well made and win There. are several to
take a great deal of weljht least one eat, many caMa .
on its four legs. and the pig all running
After the wooden supports round the yard and the hogs,
are made and the cross-pieces but there Is no confjict.-
in place, the top Is covered Satisfied w whfjat -
with mud or earth. This makes have, they are y i.t.
a protective covering on the home, there
wood to keep it from burning, tage" which has coal .
A fire is made right on top months of buF glf
of the table. To hold the pot them dontenen4 TI A.-
off the burning embers, large iWhizas by 4 .he -
rocks are adJled. The. pot Is .can L i
balanced on these, yards % aw I It n
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taken, the pot was filled with dant vales and'the re ae,
fresh-caught fish which was native flowers, d angi n
being boiled, and there was a and friends'. wo omTo
rack with, fish drying in the Life is k implebut t E
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