The Panama American


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


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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*: SBERLIN, Oct. 28 (UP) Armed anti-Commul
thee is resistance flgbhep, some of them Red Army
hoest oare on the offense in Soviet Germany, raiding
*e. and East Germoa troop and poW installations, tie
id bB and High Commiioa newspaper abeZeitung said
ktwinston The Newe ZItunm at the sme time reported
y arrest by thp. ComimMsis of Wilhelm Zaiser, f
amhr Yd Minister of State Seceity, and Rudolph Herrm todt,
at ni -w mer editor of the official Communist newspaper
: annonce- They Were fired from their posts and purged IR
S mta o the Politburo and Central Committee in the
h nd: of the Jae 17 workers rebellion in East Germ y. ,
I. g o rael e Neue Zeltang sad that vty In the m 1 ii.- t
idis' of the the underground r are one was confined to a
ice Coamis- armed with ch u and Caecha, last reported
corning di- automatic sitola captured la qt- fought It way Itowhiptl
ra of the Jor- tacs on ts German policee- of West Dbsrfi and frap h
army units. Czech band was repou -
a d te killed between four atlM I
It said the bands hide out in German poeemen.
k ON' wood& and forest during the The jM Zeltuag
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WAMlMWTN, Oct. 28 (UP) enaur pel who deserted .
President senower said to- aho time ago,
day the Uiated a has no Neve Zeitung. .
pln to reduce its t forces The
anywhere in the woIld. and Hernewspa eresaid aae
Mr. lmenhower did not discus secret Polce after retuj
the poiblity of a net reducUon from Moscow where theyun
In total armed service manpow- ceafully tried to plead thi
er Which.aup ordered last spring ase n the Kremli. The
by Befws SeMretary Charles E. Purged from post and paziy-
WUlam. The queNtMoR put to him algdlY appeadng the Juni1
at h nes* ecferenee primarily rebeb and pottkag to a o Ut
d a possible ct in U.. Premier Otto ro l
ecat f nce.s nurope. because Deputy Premier Walter Ulbeieh
of tti nation's owng atomic Moscow-trained "btrog pa
arsenal. of East German Commu.nlt.
The president said he would Neue ZeItun smad it w .
be o to usme that de- lived the two wo 1 p -,a *.
vy M of new ,weapon would Important role la the L,
na gp,. te position of tions case KRMpUM
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the 87 areas i n tihe United Otateh
-HAhewhicho are eonaldered y tar-
The Mail Samas an open forum far seeden of The Poname A mr- gets lor a RusslanWinh at-
,@&. Laeers are received gratefully and a enled ls e wholly coalb- tack, 41 have been d sur ed.asS.
denial mesner. to wnat must be done h reduce
it you sntribulte a letter don't be impatient It eesn't appor the the concentration of .rt a.
sent day. Lersn re public in the rd received. res. Surveys for six ent have
PloaM tey to keep the letter limited to I po le Nth been submitted to W tn e ad
Identity h leter wri ters is hld in tesf t sMandMa. for checking. e .ry
hadv jtisesprped p hume "ont p iloylIy over staenh as epiins Of the major cities, fhleago,
priesrsed Ie ters from Mee. Cincinnati and Sang proamooB
ULLIo aoD have completed survey. Pitts -
burgh' and Cleveland stolen t lhre .
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE under review in Wuashgton. De-
trolt and Baltimore have corm-
61L pleted studies, bit have not sent
them In.
Texas has a smile on her face this morning. Cause; from one New York. because of it .
to six inches eo rain o-e entire usaie. tame in tine to save the and tie-ins with New Jrs y and
v, mnter wheat. Also bring out the grass for the spring cattle. They Connecticut industry nearby, .'. .
have just discs ored that the country, is over stocked, bqt meat has been delayed in Ieterniiifng
prices are still too high. how its expanding a prodcon
lFaileo to make it for the dedication of Falcon Dam, but h will hav e e diteW t la fe
Jeard both Esenhower and Cortines talk. While both were good, delphB a has also tldelayed.
In Spanish with perfect control and pronunciation that the poor- pleitd surveys haes f easd th.
eat student could understand. do not haeveet rer sB ltetlon
President Elsenhower assures us that the next dam on the of their landatries, .Ata,
o trade, above Del Rio, will be built-in the near future. We for Instance, does e. i
.an't get too many. as a good target- area, which .
se oor m a s wou requlira e it to pl" fo. I
Too much oil. too little water. dispersal. Atlanta b"S been
-W. J. (Pop) Wright. able to capitalize oa a this by .
-- promoting four areas Ia ewhh

To "Super-Community" Pete: Providence. R. I.. dn th other o u aE
hand. found that it was Just 'n- L -- ...- 1 l -* --
Well, Pete, you've had it. Youw have missed one boat too many. .ide the classification au t tar- .
I'm sure your letter was written only to motivate some sucker et a rea. This city hat i t'ar
into a reply. Yes. I'll admit I'm a sulter I'm stuck in this par- een makin an appeal to a fe '
tally reclaimed awam for two years and ten minutesa.- .of its Industries to move out a ....
You. and those who agree with you. fit perfectly into the little farther so at it t woul .
late Ernie Fyle's desarlpiion of the Canal Zonite-pa- e 110, "The ionter be a R0 tri fk .
8tory of Ernie Pyle.' Mr. Pyle was noted for his shrewd analyal Pittsburgh : Inaltary has beeh
of human character and be describes you as follows: (Quoted epand tra moy In he
excerpts.) leat few nr8. b m toa th s .
"The Americans in the Canal Zone are so lonely for com- development ha_ been In dpee
panlonship (plenty of Amerleons there for company, but .they vflleys which give good natural
are all the same kind of sheep) that they are almost pathetically d ralson_
eager to talk to you and ashamed of themselves for staying there phoenix, Oakland ad ga Pozjdering further i crimee and I.lifak we mht do .yell to meideg
so long." 'rancisco have published book- -ince ain the saoap 0 f j y7 a yal ig and. puitt idicule. al-ah am
"Next to doing his job well. the Canal worker's main idea is lets on their po chl was a unks t nn
not to disturb the at.tus quo. One of their own, who sees them lThe New York State l)pme'ai d a five-year-old. g e bfd were a bnt .."a*y voly deterrent to repeated.t hr-rilnl "
and raped- iPA'sIS Me that cqn. Ri nse_ .inig would
clearly, has called theh 'stall-fed.' They have surrendered the of Cooseral an De velp-d- .ta a.etn toC some .pmniti Mu_ Li rt ._. wruld rop tat. .,
iSmportant quall. of egotism-the eternal eonvlction that you ^menrt has advertised that-oldt has ure which, were aolm e pua br t c tto owne l be orqn raor ., tl t ful. toa
can do it better than the other g M. They have given up personal r er lowationsaWhicherqinroi "uncivhlued.". .. avC syste and went tO work i the,8.,
ambition.natralInstinct of competition all the lovely mystery taa n
of life. for a security that gives them ale of calm and a vague nuola ta We of 01 afneea .nt _901 ^at ay. .
discontent."no, Oklahomaand1111"asand a of that W mu dlayet equalt t. thU drays When
discontent." ave likewise made sta u Maldies Attila the Hu i reseable Glfto. Wibb. and In. who walked beats and knew their ant
All of this in the "good old dpys" of 1939. on their safety. the .doaduct h O o .I 6f our oulf t .wo. ho alt cracked an oceadional,. wa.
vandal" stae fIhus e Wathetba thewle eader that law ao laW and
Your suggestion regarding putting our backs to the agencies Some _usitri g*a ,apw tribe of' anciaet ls. G '-r. "
attempting to free us from the peonage sounds wonderful. In werhing tldisperael b. Control. of th wya art young seem ju be I o4 f tf ti t ..Jnorud tilt. k.
fact, for the lrat month I was here I even believed it. n e u ImpoTdble at. tldpot. these da -th ttoine pimlly lduho1etahia
The truth of the matter la that the heads of any company o tl ne sineptly p ed p eha# o'-W re ad 'wi, at, JoI taf 6 t6*
aenO wlU frankly tell you that they are so tied up in red tape tra.t bll he a or an unearned
,an can do. -s* neabft si0 p1M* o
I ask youl How e tn ploy ever ex ta a a ab, 1egO he gg 1"L
tOlao t ,;2 i'W leaMt
I am concerned one an llifei l any grltligN1 ata1tenth's "W tb .. 'r
by any ao these pettk, ward heeling, would-be politiciana In the 'y th. '
Canal Zone. tond tMo o slants NOW ia t &oII p crus
I'm sure my Congressman would be overjoyed to receive. are ame rea, the w ehIeoa tgS to position tor *ad.l tt
-taer from me statUn: Dear Senator, I a not wracked th- toat n ,c0t. tbl ptionforT one
a .ery fevers, files and vermin today, thank ydu. GOrte tlt ho a i wthota
, wa i .. r hiI d land-Chopphb a InttheTOROy.
I'm' going to take your suggestion and write that letter-1i ag" a? -ile dgs l i thandpuldno ftrkthat.M e m
Vlet 4ou know whi tie answer is. if any. 1109to'k-U eA Idn-. W
a:- d oOa forI
In my opinion, the reply will be another one of 'your t-o th'forre ed a to hd
$fJtcLiade tq Investigate enlarging the floilt at ao Me deiti up *Q"IN th -tlis pould ha
ml I might add to the Senator's letter rthat the dii dered a good ,IBtr
Replaced by nervous indigestion, fungus, heat-rash, Id a there wee no ca ft heIdisma ed, but hm s
1ea eof faith in humanity. thlat. It 'ottuee 'idre, ,clme, l o but E meim and
; .The balance of your letter i.ot worthy of a rebuttal. ntnITh I kt i&nrm dsndmkeI,"cd, no...-r.i t by i
y opinion and every '* e uW.' that I have talked tol. I wil lsia fo wrke m be able.e h
ake your last paragraph suggestion. though. and close this l, th hThe e
Sarmen of thanks-thanks. that tI. that I haven't been L:ere au .s o um a nt o n dhe Se .
thac my outlook even faintly coincides with yours. 1 13 or lanearOi a the

PM .--I am curious as to what you used for umulat.on" i D dei.
,,beore Panamoinian culture was available to you? Ikndaautommilee r In

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church are estimated to comprAt.
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w* Q4ys WaXinter whose yrd is 17 Encountered II
41 5 '432 the nelghDardhood playground; 18 Begipnin i.
,f .33 o o V'me "I don't mind having all the 19 Russan plains
8e542 children in the block use my 21Rodents 201
.."6A 32 yard for a playground. But 23 Pedal digit 22 C
soU r N wken their mothers want them 24 Indian 24 F
ARJe to come home I wish they measure 25 I
""* 4Q wouldn't always telephone to 27 Meadows 26?
AK 10 ask me to bend them. I have to 29 Persia S
6 106 answer th: phone; go outside 32 Damage
Neither sdel nd separate Johnny from a 34 Trigonometric
Nrther se We gairc he doesn't want to leave. function a
l ,h a, ot6h wag And sometimes I get half a Crowns
11 Pan 14 Pao-'37 Happening$
2 6 Pam 3* Pan dozen such calls In a nhour." 2 i
3 Po 4 NT Paus Remember that., mother. 38 Volcano in
5 Pas 6 Pa Jonnny's your responsaalllty- 9Sicily
Pass Double Pam Pan not a neighbor's. 4 oSea eagle
O IOpmnt lead-9 a five diamonds and had not done 42 African port
so. The choice was theetfo~ be-. 44 Air (prefix)
.tween hearts and clubs.' -8 Destroyed
S.*'. It was conceivable that East 49Suffered
B East's double of six spades had two fast club tricks, but if (Scot.) o
the chief point of today's hand. that happened to be the case S3 Hearing organ
It illustrates the slam double as there was some hbpe that East 54 Tiresomely .
this is practicetd most of th might get his club tricks later 56 Also --w
leading experts today. on yven if some other suit were 57 1rnmniae
You don't double a slam Just e lto begin with. .- appellation
because you want to exact a it'a length in hearts sug- 68 Shower
higher penalty from your oppo- ge that his partner wanted 59 Legal matters
nents. Such-a double stands to a htlt.f. It this happened to 60 Cereals
gain only S0 or 100 points, since be 'te case, only an immediate 61 English river
", experienced opponents will hard- hart lead would. do the trick. If DOWN
' ly ever bfd a slam that you can WeSt led anythig.else, declare Nevada cit
beat more than one tricks at would naturally draw trumps Aleitn
it stands to lose about 200 to 00 promtly.2 A ian
points if the slam la actually etg on this reasoning, Welt -
made. dependie .on whether or led a heart, giving his partner
not the declarer can afford o a ruff. East then cashed the ace ..
redouble. of club, to defeat the contract.
Once in a while such a dou- South should have run to six II
ble loses a very large amount, no-trump on. this hand to avoid
since it helps declarer find the the raff. In actual praCtice, few U IE
winning line of play when he declarers run out to six no-trump
would have played the hand ,when doubled at six of-a suit.
normally and would have gone More often, they stand by theh G
down If he. had not been wardn- guns; and sometimes they ,eveq
ed by the double. redouble.
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an unusual opening lead and we
will p-obably beat this slam." II DAYS TO NEW ORLEANS S
The Idea of this double is not
inerely to gain 50 or 100 points: C.Z. FIREMEN'S S. ".B. U iBuA,
.* t is to defeat the slam rather S.S. "LEMA" ..
than to allow i to be made. BALL S.. "YAQUE" ..
The difference between mak- 8.8. "C. G. THUL
S ng a slam and not making it is *S.S. "SANTO CER
k er 1000 points, and you don t; Nov. 7th
d exposing yourSelf to at
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# CO as big a gain as that.
In todva's hand West had no1
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Swired tor hanging. Ail matted
work will ba tacked through the
mats unless other provision is
made by tae artist.
WA9 The exhibition 9 watercolors
by Sturtevant Gardner now be-
d"* ing shown at the U8O-JWB
a Gallery in Balboa will termi-
p- nate Friday October 30th. A
P. simultaneous exhibition 01
S watercolors by Miss Gardner
y held at the Crespi Gallery oi
SCreatiwe Arts, 205 East 58th St.
New York City also closes.
The art critics reviewed the
Nek York show favorably. Said
4 The Herald Tribune, "a light,
medium palette of subtle topal-
it in no way diminish the
solidity of th. watercolors of
i mountains. There is movement
-b there and curious luminosity."
g Tne New York Times referred
to them as "free and easy
watercolors of bright South
SAmrerican mountain scenes."
The magazine, pictures on Bx-
habit, aaid hat they were "coast
al scenes -n muted lyrical vein
of pale greens and yellows,
poeticizing the elements of
shore and water in the delicately
simplified manner of Chinese
scroll paintings."
There are mveral paintings
at the JWB-USO Gallery in the
sanme style as those shown in
New York, but there are also
flower compositions and land-
scapes of brighter hue.
The Gallety is open to visitors
from 8 a. m. to 11 m.

Former ($tMtIaig
Elected To High
Office 1n Lodge

Robert W. rui"shank, retired
Panama cc; employee who left
here' two'-rk ago, was elected
eminent grand vice commander
of the order Star of Bethle-
hem z" at an annual esA-
slosn held I Kingston. Jamaica.
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Rites Congregation
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VATICAN CITr. oct. 28 abP) on
-The Sacred Congregation of Int
Rites today approved the two 'r
miracles credited to Pope Plus X cw
in the last major move toward cs,
his canonization. 195
Relatively minor formalities
remain in the process of includ-
ing "'Papa Sarto"-orowned Pope
Plus X in 1903-in the Catholle
register of saints He was refer-
red to as "ailnt' even before his
Vatican sources predict thp
solemn ceremony of canonization i
will be announced for the little1
holy year" of 1954. The ceremony
will elevate a Pope to sainthood W
for the first time in nearly 300
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This Is the week for the
artists of the Istlhn4s to pre-
sent their work tl hW ehibl-
Lions Comulttee of.thi Canal
Zone Art League 10r Annual
Co.'munlty Art IM t cele-
bration eo ART K U been
a part of American activities
fo: many years and is now
speeding to the other Amer-
icaa. The League will receive oil
paintings, pastels, watercolors,
framed dritwingp, S soulp-
tu.e. and ceramics on Tbhursday
and Friday. October and -,
at the Tivoli Ouest ROue from
4:30 to 7 p. m.
Many organizations are co-
operating to make this, the
thirteenth annual exhibit, the
mLst comprehensive. The Inter-
Anwrican Women's Club Is ar-
ranging a unit exhibition of the
work cream Led by the members.
The work will be hung Baturday
m',rnming, October 30th by Miss
B. Gardner. Miss J. Buckmaster,
Mrs. J. Neary, B. W. Vaughan.
P. Rodriguez, 0. Myer, j.
rell, P. M. GoOdman, R. M I
Glinina M. Delvalle and D.
Wong. The exhibit will be ar-
rangea, through the cojrtesy of
P. Thoimton In the Bslroom.
the Little 04Lry and the Lob-
All framed wo;k should be

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Household Automobilesf t.m hlve* a lliali 1 4- HousesLan i t A olAs
FOR SALE:-Two brand new 6 cu. FOR SALE-1947 Studebaler Choamr- Ames. ,. Pha o SHR APHtRLaiBO m 1389 I
ft electric Servel refrigerators, pion with odlo and heater $395. WENEHAKE.MedicalClIc w .
$225.00 each. Works either on 25 00. Call Cristobal 3.1727. Central Avnu "K" stret.. Fotrs Cott e l P--ast
r 60 cycles. Refer to Dibofur will trade 1949 Buick Sdonette Corner telephone 2-3479. Panama t Please 2 8
Phone 2-24C4. Chevrolet in A-1 condition. Phone With your car as security, we w ill St Clro h C
FOR SALE: Apartment size, gas Cristobal 3-2927. l en ou tevercamoun ou WI sLaM g omf.orCab fdn C
stove, condition,$2500. R desire. For details call at our of. tages. Larse. comfortable, ,modem,
stove, gonod condition, $25.00. FOR SALE:-New rebuilt Ford V- fce Central Avenue No. 1. near bhoch. 8 )lbo 050Scet
Apartment 22 building 9, 44th. n complete with TronsmirsionI weekends.
St. $200.00. Never used. Phone Sal- PLEASE, don't wait 'til the last day."
FOR SALE: Double bed metal boo 3401 after 4 p. .---- remoHve corns, clauses upn Clra, Box 435, l Phaone
complete child's closet (with el- FOR SALE-1953 Pontiac convertible toe noils. Call 3-2217 P(ScI's "lw 3877. Cit hom -167.
ement), steel buffet, 4 diningroom 8 Cyl. 6,000 miles $ Services) Justo Arosemena No. 58. FOR SALE:-Cottogsi at Sante Claro
chairs, metal chairs, (folding) Phone Balboa 340.1, oftr 4 p. m. i with cooking fclts, Box 475 Ca
tdble, folding screen, mirror, end HANCOCK Resmot with Moking faclities5 Box 475
tbls p pen.Call ontime 2-FOR SALE:-1950 M-G. duty paid, no"ie, eeI t8.alb Phones Solbooal403 Or
s274. ___pl' p very good condition. Tel. Curundu 145 Centrl.AvemneL. 12-3002.
* *'-'_---- ---- --__ -- 83-6161. -- Lart vrity f S-eil Wee.end Tourist Excursion to
FOR SALE:-Spanish style dining- AQUARISTS-- Largest variety or 3-.e-.oI Weekend Tourist Excursion to
room, livgroom, refrigerator and FOR SALE: Sudebaker 4 door opical hes at new low prices eOt.rur n
r161 Sedan, 1950. g c5IboPerfect conditon. Acuacro Tropical et hop, 53 Vi Nov 2. $35.00 round ell ,
stove. From 4 to 6. Phone 3-1erect 'PlPe-ahopb531i3.spo Pn e..;&
49th Stree', apartments Grecia. Please-call Balboa 2-'1528. Espa "COPA Panamo Tel. 3-0097
AE.We h ve now; Brand FOR SALE-1951 Chevroletconvert- Gromlich San Clara Beach cottages.
dininLg:-Wta a d 4 cr wh aw r id Excelie OR electric refrigeration. gas stoves,
.0d cmpl e livngr condition. Curun He-ght574-t FOR SALE moderate rates. Phone 6-401 or
$159.00, double beds $48.00,. .Tel. 5194. 4- 6e7n -- "---- |
folding beds (new) $27.00. mod- FOR QUICK SALE- Nash 199 FOR RENT
rn vanities with stool $35.00. Tuoor. Duty paid. $750 00. Leos. CR SALE -Used machinery: auto-
S Wardrobes $48.00, guaranteed 4 ing. Gavilan Rocd. No. 0844. mai.c wa-riers. extractors, comr- Oit_
burner gas stoves $69.00, new FOR A- --- D-j merc al gas dryer, 110-220 volts. Ho, m
I, mattresses $16.50, night tables,. FORS LLe 49 gas te r Reaeor copoty 650 gallt 3 bedroom lv.
9.50, rockers $5.50. cribs (cam- pid Lea_ ng. $7 00. Call Bal per hour commercial ironingO iN.oom, ba"hroos, big kitben,..
letel $39.CO, sofas $59.00. arm boo 2-19-. ______ boards. 1950 Chevrolet Sedan del- fenced garden, od neighbors. ....
chairs $28.00, end tables $3.50, FOR SALE -1952 4 door De Luxr, ery. gcod condition. El Loavoma- bus stop Apply 1-f, clldano
coffee tobies $6.50 AND MANY Chevrolet Sedan. ex:ellent concdi. tco 8034, Ilth Street Tel. 1462. Porras Tel. 3-2582.
OTHER BARGAINS which can be tion. Best cash offer Phcne Gam- Co'on l---
YOURS for onM y a SMALL DOWN boo 274 'house 1"76'. FOR SALE.-Super grade Argus Spot-
SiOUSEHOL" EXCHANGE FOR SALE -1949 Oldsmobile Club ting Scope. New. perfect condition FOu E T ,
U tmoble. Rw_ 41 Coupe, Hydramaotc. radio. excel- ,mtn leather case, carrying strap F. E
S-Automobile Row 3- 4911 lent cond.t;on. House C922 Amao- and tripod adapter $115 value. Aptntell
r -____-__ _____ Tdo Rood. Tel. 2984. Will sacrifice for $75 00 Or best .i.. t....-
FOR SALE:-Electric stve, 4 burnWALKfivelocks.ove one hundred offer. Tel. 83-7276 Curundu. ArTTiNTION m. Jut built odrn
Sers,.refrig.rator, mahogany dining- furnished apaten r:; twa
roonm and bedroom set, fine custom dollars. Used Cars at Hasmo. S A FOR SALE --1 -4 H.P.. 25 cycle Mo- bedcterns, hotom. Tel.
built furniture, all practically new, WANTED $12 0. Bicycle with extra paok of Knowl e
very cheap. Arrangement can bS N I 30 volumes. $25.00. 16" 25 ALHAMIIRA AARTMENTS
Fro ;eto r. Stp -A Apt. 2.- Misiellan olu i cvcle osc'lloatng fan. $35.0. Ken- Modern 2. 4 and5 mm. furnished
T'el Fronc-sco 3'1rd. St. 25 A Apt. 2. ie____ll OB____ nr vacuum cleaner, $20.00. or unfurnished. Ai ombra's Office
S Tel. 2.35_18 .'.- WANTED O RENT- Farm land Westinghouse 9 cu ft. refriger- 8061, 10th Sto Colon. TelI- ,
B JWR SALE: 10 piece mahogany near Panama Cil\ 100 to 20' actor. 25 r'cle.-$75 00. Phone 2- phone 1386.
t-dining set, $250. Miscelloneour hectares tablee for growing rice 2180. H3use 1553 opartmenf B., FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment. 2
tables and lamps. Steel chiffonier. Call Navy 3175. Basa street Blboo. bedrooms livingoom. dininroom
$a Bb. Sell double bederBeautyrestb..ooms..livingiom..dinin.roed
$8. Sell double bed. Beautyrest FOR SALE--Canaries, Holland War- and porch two bathrooms. 150. 1 98M I9 o
naturee!:. $40. Tropicalized busi- FOR SALE b!'rr excellent singers, different 00. 48th St. No. 27. Bello Vista 5 dj -
tPtIoft.FrigidirF, S65. 18oscillat- Ba & Ios aF a.Tel 35R SN. :nected apartcn P.od
A 4 ok-chairs, $15. Folding screen. FOR SALE:-16' boat with Johnorr Frigidadi privilege Telephore 2- 5 v.
Miscellaneous book shelves. Vene- 5-HP Outboard motor. Complete FOR SALE 53
Stion blinds. Set of louvers, for type $125 00. Call Cristobol, 3-2389 FOR SALE FOR RENT:-.2 decom aportbmtt,
101 cottages. Baby bottles and after 4 p. m. l fished. Py Hill, 2nd. Steet 7 s
sterilizer. Professional type cdm- .Real U wfus l CedNo. P". Telp Hill, 3-2694. $
ei ressar ma tiint sherw 2 0i Wanted Positiop pFO RSALE -ughtrO R RElST~-Large, completely fr-
Jr i oendix Oo fO ch l, uo r f lain c, t. Pueblo i s $ on0Lag 0e... .. -
TOO n d rl. wah and Ir-n. careo of 2 ,chillren3..0.Tl.3,
Baemene or lawn choirs oand misc references wanted Phone Balboa FOR SALE:-3 Bedoon t, 2 FOR RENT:-3 bedroom mgartlnt, '
odds and ends. Phone Gomboo 274 4131 after 6. bathrooms on 1.200 roster lot. unfufnisedl Very cool. ooro in- J
(house N. 176). -------- -- sruated .n 50th street. For 1 clouded. Located in wonderful rnwh-
ANTED......... fI _l formationn telephone 3-1607. borhood.Only $150.00. Call m -
WANTED TO BUYJFB Fashion Show In3 -1618.. FOR RN fd, *o t A
BUY your used refrigerator and 8 0wl.
ve you a CROSLEY. Call us at .l Inl0ernal naO. .
IA. CYRNOS. Telephone .-1793 IrFO RENE go' .
I" ovenk&d Ncional," ar Tivoliu.. Ex-r'l ided G !l Room I ,
Crossing. Held Ex-PTomorrowres nt es Room
STomorrow If you want to rent a modem fur-
S1111.111, fo We .fidc A~wardJ nished atroom with linen, moid-
SAnother rehearsal for ii'e in- service, private both with hot wa-
a tr and adult models h lw NEW OR', A ulou ter in new residence (El Ca re- 194 luk urar
be sponsored 8aturdav nl-ht at Oct. 28. IUS8) Lloyd J. Cbb, ).Call ce hours 2-411,o di hr" 24'
the Rio Theater b. the Jur.':a former president of Internatlon- events 3-5630.
.Femenina de Benr Vcerrls. al House here, has been awarded ."OR RENT: Furnshed bedroom
N 0 T I C been scneduled for tomorrow nthe Thomaa F. Cunningham a- with refrigerator, telephone and
evening at 6 in Elks Club on ward for 1952 In recognition of steve foLlitiet. Perry Hill, First 1947 ldmobile Co ,
OF Central Ave "Unusual and ouLttanding e- St. No. 10, apartment 6. Tel. 3-I d1
: Central Ave. fort" toward the betterment of 1104.i hydraluatic, gdM
The fashion shov v ill precerio Inter-American relations. TjO i Off ial,-s ,
IThe banks of the ci- the coronation of Mls Lyneci ,. C Ofi
Tomlinson as "iSektorita Junta International House president Canal Officials
t ies ot PD d Femenlna de Benficencia."' C. C. Walther praised Cobb's el- Ci
ties of Pana a nd early all of the tickets fo" forts In awarding him the hand- Get Cincuentenario Dl 9
the coronation and fashion shi.i onicsilver bow.. B
members of th- Ladies Welfare "As a former president of I:-
on November 3rd, Group have started concentrpt- ternational House." said Wal- CommemoraUitmedals truk <
ing on the sale of tickets for their "he has instituted and byv the City of PanatnA in l nor "
4th and Sth 50th dance to be held Nov. 7 at the headed goodwill business ms- of the 50Ih ,anelversar to '
Sand t-- 50 Balboa beer garden The tickesaons, has assisted In developing Indepndne other
are being sold at $1 each. student exchange programs, and Panma were presented VOegN 10 0
a Tnneiaversary yn P m c hs brought into being an ek- edy to 1ov. Seybold. Lt. oi. V.
anniversary The young Panamanian com- cellent program of enlightening 0, Paxon, and E. C. ,ombard, .;
in h R poser Alonso Wilson will be hon- our own area citizenry in the executivei'l tags L *... -
Sion of the Repub- ored at the dance, which will'importance of a two-way foreign .
wind uo the Junta Femenina's trade." The p-ggen t.t'oMn was A
lie. observance of Panama's golden CT ob E.i Ot de Pirrk s. .e ,B .
Subilee anniversary. Responding, Cobb described 111"nt of P l City'a M le .
During the dance certlficatesisuch accom"llishments "'-a jiust *'1 Cotmeil n the over a '
of merit will be given to the de- tribute, the activities of Internia. office at bsa Hehts. e .- )
Signers whose mode'i are select- tionel House in promoting t e "
ed as winners of Saturday' improved well-belng of our re- He was acc6.wnlnd by Aginse "s J ..,J
+- e tshion show. .spective country." tin A. Ortga eirtry of e._" -
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Mark teventi' Allied Attists' The CTty Cager has ada5ioe
western, "Jaw. Slade," turned the start of itW drama asadoi
I out o tui ve a eu.. iron December to the week o
V.T 7 ta a I th Nov. durlB wih thra re
tre aviu i it mo flmbog- rivals will be piintad over i
Saphy, "The Harry Richmond peOod of
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If I ftywortis k s broke top prlmes oftrb"2 FblefSktt
as usb say.o. W there's 100.. e but It a o
000 M for b fe story at lg to l, there
a 0 S She attiaeaiim bWb*
W AIb il4fo. bu 0t osf o
O rather recent N.
The f course
Slis that fmrrer is a buy man.
anri if t Center wants to use
low t out that his co tr sted a erVes as sta
play"Wril e Nard Nsh is ,ana director, it must -come up
j.aWlct maomenae they wIth things with which he-U re-
Idn divorc- ,:atvelv familiar.
Sm.. Ji roand with Patrons of the Center have
the w MOGM to been asked to pick three from a
drop tIent a. lisa that include* "Cyrao de
S- Bag.rac," "The Shrike," "The
. TV V P1% i iW Nivmn has Silver Whistle." "Charter'
loud b b erles that Arnt," "Richard III. "20th Cen-
Will oft ho-m t sereenAJ tury." "The Inspect Comedy"
r a. M etry, M. and four one-act plays by
Pj' I o!mnPaul and Chektovs ta it
The asftmua be pre- even en" 1oJ1 at the Center hi
viewed star Playhouse. recent Is ons Only "Cyrano
a 0111 NO u a editriclan and Richard In" hal ethe sort
th l flddie and of stature that would seem to
worried panat8. wairent Center production. FPar-
i- rer's -Cyrano" oan Broadwa
ly e nr who ask to son-.? six years ago was excel-
Mow t iand l th. are be- lent and he hasn'titone "Rich-
a ar MBC d the star of ard III" hore at all.
"HI I B1a I ofYazoo" twill
aw t a t Theie n Calymrals Import
al..* to ekar sken bere
pobeaa*& Edwin Lester s going jus to tin
--- Broadway agan..
Marelan Mooe sipokerting one rln The impresario of the Cserves
than Hollywood tUhnks. Her Liht Opera Compan-1 of LOS
anemia may pogtioae 'qPik Anugeles and San Francisco, who
Tights" untU' earl T54.... Cleo gives these west ca" cities
Moore and AA Mathes. once re- summer season of big-tine
mored near the altar, are shig- shows-- I mporta from Broad-
Ing "It Was Jut, One of Those way or hti own revivals or new
Titgp." shows--pui on a new mudc.]
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Pamela Mao in t sporting one and -as deeded it desrves A
of those Itallia street urchin New York presentation.
halrdir. The show ti "Kismet," based

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3k11 1U ,, I. Z8 t ,.o I,-).,- i.o,--re i- LFame ewu"
the collegiate football parade for the fifth straight A
week-but there's a rocky road ahead for the Irish. Jui lee Ch C]out
Coach Frank Leahy's unbeaten Irish. collected Fort
343 votes out of a possible 350 in the latest balloting ad
by the :15 caches who rate teams for the United will
Unied Press. Unbeaten Maryland. is a distant see- tract
Ien whh 274 votes but there ma) be some changes l
in the weeks to come. MELVIN BOURNE&oe
Still ahead for Notre Dame aret back from Oklahoma Billy AMBITIOUS CHAMPION -o
Navy, Pennsylvania, North Caro- Vessels has praise for Ca- Panama Bantamweight Chm the
lina, Iowa, Southern Methodist nadian football. Vessels, who Melvin Bourne will Invade the ou
and Southern California. Mary- passed up a chance to play 126-pound ranks Sunday at the of
land, on the other hand, faces with Baltimore to sign with Panama Gym when he tackles t
"breathers" in South Carolina; Edmonton. in Alberta, told the highly rated Cuban boxer E-
and George Washington before United Press: milo Figueroa in a scheduled
windin up against Misanadan football s well- ten-rounder. Bourne ha sble
and la bama. ls un- ianccd well-supported and rights set on the "vacant Islth-fod
Sbeaten atet s ahind Nou -, 1 organized. In fact, there mans eatherweight cham.n-
betren-ram e an and. Balor talk of football replacing hockey ponhhip.
received 233 votes but here as Canada national' sport."
i again is a team with trouble a- Vessels says he isn' sure
head. Baylor meets Texas Chris-whether he will return to Cana-
tan, Texas, Hoon, Southernda after starting a two-year Ar- resi e
Methodist and Rice, my hitch in 1954. "But." says
Vessels. "if Edmonton wants me
Unbeaten but once tied back. ill likely return to Cana-, 33
Southern California is fourth da." Cof tT
ranked. Illinois also unbeat- ct sevee
en but once-tied ranks fifth. Another American who made l yim
Its 8 game winning streak of Drake-has signed a basket- to
snapped by Purdue drops ball contract for this winter. Ful P W Dr
from second to sixth. Okla i Brlght signed with the Harlem D.,',
hema is seventh, UCLA eighth, !Road Kings. He probably won't AMORIO-This classy chestnut Argentine-bred n ear-old N s
4+ Georgia Tech ninth and West ,play until mldcLDecember be-A O ssyehestnut Argentine-bred'd .n-year-old ae
,Georgia Tech ninth and West Play smidlDecermber be- Panama's sports-loving -Pres son of Adalld-Maja Miab ha raced 15 times in',Wa' has 33r
Unbeaten West Virginia a Canadian football. Bright says dent Jose Antono emon will won seven races, finished second three t thtmes nand
winer in its last 11 starts he has signed to vlay again with give all Jockeys under muspen' and out of the money on only two occasions. Am lo VIs see- le6th
ee in its th c sate Cgar next year. slon at the Juan France Na- ond in the Franciseo Aria. Paredes Classic be BoJI. He Rafai
.co d finish with a S clean ; ytional Race Track a full par- won the President's- Classic this year and f that up Rea
A. t-Penn State the Moul- don this Saturday. It was an- with another victory In he "Hip6dromo Niacl gzaI we. lie D I
SMoun OIum nounced today by unoffical *hat1nd e1'T100.
A others play VPT South Care- lre ableso urc. es
I ah. another major ui ieat-. Get Together The pardon will be a speelal Alq
n-n ed team, ranks far downgift of the Chief Executive on
1hen he The Utes are iede aovlOn The Alleys ahe ...of b.amS old .
S spot with Navy. Utah attilJubilee Independence celebra-
'ut.pla Washington, Colorao, Two teams from the Father According to these sources
th Colorado Aggies and Brg- urray Circle of Columbian the President will announce
heom Young. Squires met at Balboa Bowling the pardon Saturday after the
D te Olahomas high rank-I Center yesterday afternoon in running of the Gen. Anastalo
l"g, coach Bud Wilkinson pre- the first of a series of elimina- Somoza Clas ae which will be
dicta trouble for his. Sooners. tion games to pick the team that run for Class "B" horses at the
W llbnabrn says: "We beat Colo- will challenge a team from the local trackla in B"honorof the NI-
raf Glf-20,on Saturday but Knahts of Columbus in the near earaguan president who ar-
tdeT dominated everything but future.
Sthe -ore. i think we have less i rived here today to attend the
I the "icatin we have lens Jubilee celebration.
chance of winning against Kan- At the end of the. game the Jubilee celebratrdon wi ilu
ss State this week than in any scores showed that the "A" tem j okeys who hawillve been rulede
gameso far this year." 'had been swamped by the "B" off for years because of serious
Yesterday, the Oklahoma City team 537 pins to 411. Larry Bluck offense s
quarterback club heard comment was high scorer for the after-____enses. D__b__
trom Kansas State Coach Bill noon with a neat 140. Next' -- rent
-e via a tape'recording. Meek closest was Jim McKeowi, with .0e '--rr
likee the return t, one 13S. lChaIofU iql Aa_
football because o#r ys.g
both, ways twb 1ea The "A" team of Bertia ,Mead.
ow we are playing one of the Kirehmeler. Eggleston. Shgridan .Utfh E
greatest teams in the count ry and Ronnie Mead were led by 0 l A0
n Oklahma," Meeks eontinued, Eddie Kirchmeier with a score try
"and hope to play well enough of 105 Bright. McNatt and Wood iuli iadNC NO
to'make it a good ball game," with MCKenwn and Blick madeid
k former All-America half- up the "B" team. CHARLOTTE, N. C, Oct. 28-- Don't
iUPi The Charlotte Hornets of OM
the Tri-State League will apply
for membership In the Class A
pr r South Atlantic Baseball League
if~p If a franchise becomes available, .
,s 'e business manager Phil Howser t
said today.
The mem.+eis of the Board of Directors of the He said the club already has
Panama Golf Club wish it to be known: made known its desire to sever
its Class B tieup In favor of the
1) That a recent column printed under the byline Sally loop.
S 'Golfito" contained expressions of opini6n of an indi- Ossie Bluege. manager of the
I Washington Senators farm sys-
vidual which in no way reflect the opinion of the Pan- tern which owns the Hornets,
ama Golf Club; said the Senators will ask that,.
S2) :That the Panama Golf Club had no knowledge aly ue if td hen GOtOhr ....." o e"our
nor indication of such column prior to publication; is avcancye. H r hose y sl--ope the
3) That the, Panama Golf Club sincerely regrets ai the Tri-tat loop hs re- bred racer In the 12000,ad d 'e li
the -publication of said column: leased the Hornets for a high- fe. 1 thardt s D...r
/ 4) That the Panama Golf Club wishes to go on er league tf they can negotiate money. f ve times. e won the i
toerd as being particularly desirous of the participa- c"heus beapy t best local per0fora.uOuller- '
We'll be happy to improve our th '"ig re." oed 'l t.-
tion of Canal Zone golfers in all of its invitational situation," Bluege said. "b-ut we b e k
can't move until there is a
*vfits, and especially in the forthcoming "Cincuente- vacancy in the South Atlantle! there, we willmake verturM.'0 a.1
sailo" tournament; League. If there is an opening He said th1 rest we wquld
.5) That the Panama, Golf Club sincerely hopes up to. th.Deo B t
the la. Isthmian golfing fraternity can maintain its spirit a ;a m1 u. ,'nl-h-U s1..1 mad nno f -

-iof camaraderie; that we can play with and against each
other like good neighbors, good friends and good
*ports; and that the best man way win with a smile.
a handshake, and; a "well done."
(Sgd.) Board of Directors.

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(UP) Viet Nam plans to more "Let the people knotf th truth and the country is safe" AbrahAisZ-e .I nd N0
than double its armed strength 8"% '-Id I-
d for grit meaterns busindependence a TWENTY-NINTH TEAR PANAMA. R. P., WIUDNZDAY, OCTOBER 1 83.
b for greaenr ndepehn. uy___ _
Defense minister Phan H-by.m
Quat disclosed the plan to put t
h500000 men under arms by 1953OaSohat
last night as EmperorBaoUN OK's Sovie Credentals
flew back from France to cheek
quitting the French Union. There L
are now 200,000 native soldiers in '

with a French headquarters against (UP The Uned Natio said we have accepted the presence tal. Dean h told tho Cm ut ne .
closure of 1952 casualties which
showed the native army suffer '" his tn "R"
four times as many killed as PANMUNJOM, Korea, Oct. 28. the principal being there when nation particlatlon at'the main1f.-
whe French in the war against (UP) The United Nations said we have accepted the presence talks. Dean has told 'the Cm-I ,."
the Communists today that Soviet Russia quali- of the U.S.S.R.'s two agents? munists that he has been au- tor ar *
Frunce m had1860dead. There fled for a place at the Korean "The U.S.S.R. is not a neutral, thorized to arrange only the ev d t-tren a*- I g'n ,
were 7698 Indochinese, 1331 peace conference as a wartime nor are its satellites. This was time and place of the i ofed Lplace '
Foreign Legionnaires and 2718 "ally" of the North Korean and nothing to do with the parti- conference.. .munlata .
tro ops killed for a to- Ch ese Communists, but not as patron of actual neutral nations The U.N. In a resolutaa Aug. thM may not
African 1,9, headquarters said a neutral who have not violated, the so- 28 confined the peace_ o*nerencbe b' b at eM _bab_- '_b "
Meanwhile in paris the Na- United States special am- lemn covenant of the U. N. to belligerents In the korean don hthea ih- to In- .
tionl Assembly backed Premier bassador Arthur H. Dean. in Charter." war, but said the CoMmunift vte ner l tothe talks,," l '
tional Aanel's Ind1ochina poll- the third session of prelimin- The preliminary talks on ar- were prmitted to lavtte the o- a polt o rib ed as "ut-
osephs by ealth 4-vote major- ary talks to set up the confer- rangements for the peace con- viet.s tsit "on their aide IU they terly mr aund unac- f
y today but asked him to do ence, said the Communists can ference are deadlocked because wish." ceptable.
verything possible to negotiate invite Russia because the So- of the Reds' insistence on im- The armistice agreement call-
hverye Korean hostilbtieeo" Cocte-ift *t (fP) hsd$ be u of IL
peace withthe Communists n viets'layed a direct role in mediate discussion of "neutral" ed for start of a political con- fCo enmnst tr t, Deanu 8 a Krea n Redi oiti onm o &- made it ele r the U.N. Com-
It was Laniel's second implied He rejected a Red contention Comm st
vote of confidence in less than a that the United Nations ap- e t da s o M
o o n proved the participat sioni. of e par.
Week. ye "neutrals" at the peace confer- eaRem ain gun n hae oi i9

!-i n R a kye Ljd deputies broke up once by recognizing Russnia. ones an rphiio c w T n as h wll in Ko re A Soth -
their session at dawn after the e the Sietnin t t an t st A anter a
two -dac de bate on deps totician s aidn ot.rIfy, J us t a s Ispn r 0 l e frth ta( ys.of pre-

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deace ended an embitteredion l said o after North r e nation
two-au seats u e onu deu d Reant a ul t et N ow here. Tgued mutto n ff

dellat Indontie near-old delegate Ki Sok Bok advanced M e sit wia a totsolve a
rt o ta. the Red theory se r thuch eat oe t
The government-approved res- "Commurmst forces In Korea PANMUNJOM, Oct 28. (UP) by Indian officials sa "highly of Korea,
were equipped with planes The deadlocked N neutral Na- exaggerated."F herwi A toldthem
1) Develop Vietnam armed tan.s guns and munitions sent tions Repatriation Commission The Communlist -hae, wash Fil teal
-lt n sed panaenk ge th sn h op
to relieve the Frech m- from the Soviet Union," Dean returns to the confte n tble countered by an ef etheyand ee n
forces said. today, but a Swedish s poketan Korean, Sgt. Rwas Se Woo, place a l
2 effortD everything possible t "The Soviet Union has oen- said the "outlook n glf(in for who told the U. N. Command Theaha.d-
achieve a general paificatio of yupprted your side by word esuming explanatlOnA t, reitac- the Communists hold" lded ,.dstte .00 that
sby negotiar nation, pnd deed.- The a .URae thus has tant prisoners.- at least e00 ROI prisnersawao. GtM t o
I) Assure a Just eqi.tibrum played A direct role i n theo- The commsuion,w whichlhasdwant to retuIrn home...

3) A tm, a theo ee n o hostilities., a admitted fiurePinca ory tatY .o oe
efforts and sacrifices- by te fre "Why should we obJect to te m alr on cro~r fl out

n nations at different points In tile .BoeM.n the moit i e ntroVer sarW f He said the 600 were dea l a- o
world. l the armittice a grdeeien, h ad forcibly after ted l ad
4) Assure a sae and Indepen-d 4 iput a subcommittee to k on ademonstroae es
dent ndcinah within the tr 9 rooldrM. and official explanation o0 th berepatyiated.
mstalemate.It was due to report en e
FrenchmUnion i o The sergeant aks 'the. C0 i the n o
d o h h lMembers of the commiiSSI Munio A trold I the dattir trall
said they doubted whether _they t d ry wereMmOW U00end ,hebeg s
Onl 4 ranes B could reach an agreement to-' Peple's. Democr RaipO
Soen Yr k-day on whether to usforce o. of
eloto sailrFnriday for DKorRaho rte Ooinsn g what th W .ewl"
IghISH a dheTe ard Mthe PanaLinrer P n -bel isth rmns Whof ohe ot-hB GEO
ii st Rae M h an- according to the advanceae sfel bHr ce Co- _Atat m. Co=
ced 1h, %pt5 d-will sail on the ship for Port-au- ish delegate Jan o teftMtrof u u
SPrince, HaitiM. said. "But we are still trying. Chfinese h ", W. W*AN O OA
M nEDON, Oct. 28 (UP) The We will try to find some eMa.t 1Nex0 year's .rop of ca
.Conrvtv Government is cx- The advance list of paWengersa promise wayoutn of our rb- balkycaP#vet. 'note 1-. BoM '
announceued-human bonebend old-d* 14ers#-re a fraid ths iWay.
ited toannounce soon that it for New York follows: Mrs. Leo- ."u A
S take all ats of ration lts na Argon and son. Theodore F. The situation was clouded dy in rejeltithed toed da ROWMp
ving meatl as the only food Babch. Miss Ruth Blake. Mrs. further b al Communist The eat d at Ma frontal
1tlb rationed on this once auste- Carra L.ges t thtAllied agents are edl ooimanbatt
Aty-ridden island, informed John F. X. Browne, Mrs. Alai torturing and murdering war the 7p01o; o h Xoreanrefus e all orhea cout", he ent4rydid of. 1,70R Wnrbt
aburce said today., Cleveland, Joseph Elliott. Miss risoners who say they want point blank to attend explTna- "P tdmitaton" hor ne- all cone.tgd .ngae
SThe dscloure towed a Trea Jesie Galraitbu Mr. an d Mrs. to go home, a charge describedTtio sehe and the COmmun- tsatiol floodd ns Ono
announcement that Britain Ra ph H. C-rahm. Mr. and Mrs.d ie s o the &* ah o
s egotaing with the United Ch ester S. Harold. Jr., Mr. and oprret 0 d Int or l n G- er aa e tIef taaI swhrue I
tates to buy American agricul- Mrs. Jame. P. Hayman, Mrs. w U8pneel
pae tobu mari o5Hn rR nnrsnf a ouer letOel ened, nmin per cent re- o really adequate peaceful a olu-AuA1
twl o surpluses for rounds In- Blanche Hopkins and s on, Doug- ect" Meunlt persat. on tisi o ltmh Korea quseon a dent of w
sead 9f dollars. las Jordan. Andrew Kozar. Bl eq Vol-odes 0 -neithere KorteanDorpIts e8o1007noy .w ermagMwi
Wfcil lache wan e uhe maa, and Mrs. George Lepofnky onlthdtriatiBft lot and the belligerents." rain.
Woot through tbe end of ration-Mr. and Mrs. Willam E. Luc.
S might be hastened. d trm and Mrs.t hr. Wila M. e dJat.mla f or empla*eat Tonb.
But the Cabinet is understood Gowan, Miss Frances B. McNal- n ppa o...
to.have decided to announce ly. Mrs. Ola Mackey, Mr. and VERACRUZ. MexLco. Oct. 28
of butter.Cm margarine M Charles L. Nix and twoe(UP) r MexicannarchaeologistswLoo khehlat Tb. "
Sr a lea M adh es. W.lTter Richter believed Is the remains of the 'inh "n GEORGa y A1iOB
already has ar-Mrs. Domenic P. Rosan. Mr. fleet used by Hernando Cortes II, hZ A Staff CoMBi'PWrI
mnd tnat it expects to de- and Mrs. Leonard M. Ruppel a for his conquest of Med'Ico.I (T
to meat nd bacon ext year. Mr. Delta I. Sampsel Mr. and Large wooden fragments of WASHINGTON.t
." aMrit AnthnnyE. Siro. Mrs. Paul 16th encentury ocean-oing crafthl -Nextyear's eaop of ci ... .
Wnthen and son. Mr. and Mrs. ters at the Antigua Villa Rica unclad female form divi#e a.e
Edoard Ka Wolburn. Mrs. Elea city. Along with the wood were nIlOWO6 taday But the calendar manlufaetl-
kin. found human bones and old lt or are afraid this Is the
k _______.____ Spaninh pottery. n i year that their produces 0 W
Prof. Carlos Lascurain said he tO shipped legitimately to canntls-
believed the wood came from aes=o esmmw of t1h body beautiful .I

v ', m... contrbutionstumorownd s riday by C I
shav ien and You thuliaurin the. drive's third day t4ntog director Lloyd P. !L
shofawns antold ow ouhhed th' total well over the V&u hn.
kaso tedteir $3 n000 MaW"K. At ntle aid* groups, incluptpt w
fr~lt gaump to eamp -- Leonard M. Brockman. Chair. C ; ide grod int u
in seved In Russia and m-nof th- Board of Directors. and U.B. Arm- and Navy em-Us
expects the totals to go much ployes will meet in the union's 'd
o holhr, todar. when the local rate Cristobal office tomorrow. Pact- tutI
eof snadlemonths and 9oicitors report tJ ir contribu- fic side groups will meet Friday
.fe o~n adtthat con "tOn s WI hnm J umo is chair- at La Boca. t r oca
ittle more than thin-l 0 nOthiaaroup and is assist- The conferences are being .
"p lble"d physt- "71 bv Stanley Loney for the called to give union officials
Mu daasftd dOf 'f:c Side.
M~tsHe told of first-hand Information on the *** .
waiwithout progress of the vigorous reor-
i a n eated rooms, dalboa Tidee ganizatlon drive now under way
s ad mental tor- T. and on a number of new policies
unsderwent by Indoctrl- H ursday, Oct. 29 which afre being enstituted.
whati ed to "convert" Huah Low A similar conference wW be .
, anUihepri~soner.; to Corn- 3:32 a.m ...
n g r.proner: lto Com- ...: ........ 2:30 a.m held In Gimbof ia the near fu-
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