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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00338
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o. Beopie whop a"e/1,u WIJI of ci?- saidW t4ay ta t be. a received istructi

ta.. i lo ane wfto tbe ..... and w at ao to the Peamania.government. 3
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the zaiN, and pointed out that pfanVt h n s'bu the matte however, pending bn inwestagetio.
*q 1n jtl Wi uoLi e l aout At thersame time, Dilweg said, belh souit
FIea i r .".. , ,a w- .+ netie House Subcomnttee Chairman John J..Allen, .

n n a- ant O a ws 'r rin a c on Alvin F. Weichel f the tiew. Mmhe
3r1$StW6BP tiP ma and the Cant zoine and prp- rile and Fishl d ss Committee has sathpgrizpd tim
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a this o y and do not
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L7 grmpoup a f irWASHINGTON,Jn. 30 (UP)

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.fiwarBBsv te c s 'e ut e e here, after t o it.e his post- Is, complex ted
n sp.rar-ted ods gob-1tion u s pCoa n ab sa gh "e ami fti

S .,AYO Tat ot .e Jut W tot fel Atnic sidre p r ..M La *nertee SaHfco atl
P igvrnet whiph placed thoh j' at 1 ad u n em.red o ps e deetoday
demonene- PLL .46 S NAtto La Vern t. Dilwag &NDlo
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aoHb f. O .tef. '1e t h OaOSa contracted a entitled
acara AlerieFeservices of La 3d (d t Haber- ri e ormr oah

.crt 1.JSt dw inI.t.5 tobacco 4zpep.srg Pand pr c- -Fotmec GFhiov. Tho mreen A review of Pii.
1wt.Wio Ant manager.ta as matEea

P atboe theFull operation of the i a- t U n nah Sold st Snhm itr
Enhatsb euml annt4 'upref e Court coldSe Qhe *6 dite
clamad'the IanZonsand Pro- Jan. (UP) The the Iro Curtain cleared the way of every aciity within PO la ii S tte a

WSWe e-olably has beeni the oron coun- lflted ttso, Army will file for a series of court actions a- con ds, the Infdrmant said. C with a rietown Thouit'aw
rIvl1ih .e wl sWi ll r 'lonis -onrontotre hn t h "se ould the court d er w
S m lret.aue of tWho "gold ort their last ummhear, te source said. fellow POW who ate god meals ~ es to th people of eat-
S he tabhet o this actory ddies o favors Cas against them will be "an Communist headqu aters r heir cidaton."
4i means that Pantmanian tobacco according to Up informed source tight" he ahave while othergrisndra died slow
A'' for theit hd that The informant said the Army loted scores statements from ce the hi a etatihg that 'p
iions of dollars at are xonA- ple-yqu-omd off sllestion until it was forMer prisoners telling how A
t none g se inra sta tight ce what rumin the concert nakes it red as

tasfnaee, ti aussn.-shaat. alone ert a said inold a he- H" said the Army started seems to bje tnrnrwroprlate to d i- traffic
Thedy of -lee readod for t o a e hgt irette.t buidin its case 'right anyl" cdu n efhe at Cho ldrin e ;b
Y as tolwre to daao to be- mril will be soldiers who trip into Communist on
Os a .as "peace "uet" on their fellw pris thas return dtorr wMtn
e r e t .l is p n behind odesap pas nd mi here, after teirm hien is. co
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SCity, colon d A I tll ames of possible defendant. and children choose," Thon

toW ne.ut on salejau Ai 8. ....*Court Charges already have, been said
iore next week end. enhc Ne-PO Cpl. Edward B. Vicken- "Georrians wil rot consent t 4
A4n-- acny bco ai, tl r son of Big Stone Gap, Va., who abolishine ter public scht

-- comprised at o vice 8V Dies At Changedo his mind and returned owi' they consent to Ot
RiO ;flla. ,ompiesW e dline. W .-tr v hymearse ...ted'R hoX."

lto- tat t q.red; Pedro eC- 5IAlOhTn0 many freed Amy.- "To say that a cout mutt
$' n i.v th-is r and Joen do f nar all.- IVE3U r .OmK Jan. retUP loans blasted so-called "progres- ending segregat on will not
arleS1S:-. o- ouunc! ,anduggii: ,,t g0$'llt. n Admiral Henry Braid Wllas. e1r." prisoners, the informant fraught witb dWgnr .Is R
kostmena ep4- ember Mo"-"'RZ a.L d san. so -t" tRhe) ah hummer the s pur sanih talbeow beliee tho ey po bmab y hsar to he eo
te n at cin ystero a ripping this of A forces in France in Only of accused of df hne possible solution, is. to
trity.ierherw a sadistic slasher" World War 1 died today at the oaternialon with the enemy l ack of patience,
oarknoves throu rUsh-hour crowds age of tr3. would betried, he said. h courage. nt
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'HOLLYWOOD, Jpn. 30 (NEA) The War of the Screens living room picture
tubis'v. movie theater -hs given Hollywood, 1954, a new look.
is the look of 04% RWAl.and Frenchman Flat and Los Alamos.
Studio dreamnfaoc orieSha" become hush hush laboratories and scientists and
I*asd is"nd technicd ? replaced the, glamor girls and the profiles as the
t pampered, higli-salified stars.
,'.The land of kidney-shapdd swimming pools decorated with blondes, pink s4t *
Mansions and tourists mistaking each other for movie stars has become a warlike
testing ground for a new kind af bomb the I Bomb.
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screes and audiences grew larg-
4t, and s better, olly-
wfor 1ie.
me,* Try 's, war cry.
otf Are Netter Than Ever,"
anded e like a Oath rattle.
adtlon's weekly movie.
going audience was cut in half.
B e re apipts were down
She S4m. more than 6000
eaters have closed.
In 19-5, was a.
seved majlo studies
&eIral sand employes,
JAD. "r, -. ,

big: salaried stars and darkened
many O thet soundd stag.
Television, with its free enter-
tainment and it' vie ing at
home with shoes ofa-sandwich-in-
'tand comfort, had replaced mo-
vie-going as a national habit.
But, in early 1S5S, Hollywood
recovered its se1fonfidence and
discovered its tomorrow.
Celluloid blueprints of the fu-
ture were obvious as giant-screen
Cinerama packed, a New York
theater by seating audiences in
a roller coaster," qud the first 3-
D movie "Bwanal Devil," put a
lion in junior's lp, a lover in:
mama's armed and gold in the
box-office till.
With a small movie screen at
home, the public was tired of
conventional films when it had to
pay money for tiem.
But for something new and dipr
ferent at theater even the most
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P.m Au at %uset sining star talent, Is a seulee
tiarring Lucile BSajand husband
LA 6.* i. .gaul ge d for yeahso *eme.

rabid TV fans would leave- their
sets, :

Hollywood's first E Bob, aft.
er the introduction of inerama,
was three-dimensional Alms. Hut
in the rush to win baek its lost
audience with 3-D (glvea pp as
a novelty 20 years ago) Holly.
wood overlooked quality, and-4e
first "depthles" threw every
thing except good emotj gd-
good plots at theater aeudene s.
Because of poor stories and te&
public's annoyance at waingA
cardboard f named earol4 ad-
es, the 3-D eras, a%
its for early novelty aims, ame
to an end within nine month.
Many 3-D films now are blg
* released in normal -Dr .
Desperate again, and reslfSl
TV was headed into more and
more homes, H wo do
its second E I -Bomb-eS -
er screens based on the success
of Cinerama, which by now had
grossed wBo ,000o. in KI a doezu
big cities.
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But there was no big mass re.
turn to theaters.
Meanwhile, to further confuse
a confused Hollywood, good m-
vles-"From Here to Eternity,"
"Shane" and "Roman Holidae"
-made big profits without tie
h.l, f any special gimmick.

Thpre w ._ oa conusionihow
0 aboutu' t r faa: thf;'t
A, WW bread -ind ,ttter
Sfilms couldn't t:arna
Th third and latest E Bomb
exploded by Hollywood Is Cine-
Ma*See a wide screen process
.WI multiplee sound track that
comes within 'a few feet of Ciner-
ama's na lg.ji s dimensions plus
thfe bW t of 20th Centu. lox
studio that "Yqu see It without
special ases'.
SBut Aflter reading the big
bo"_ iMe, ilaaa of the first two
inea p Wfilms, "The Robe"
ad "HOW to Marry a Million,
a re," there's no big rush to

Paramount is experimenting
with its own big-screen process,
is are other studios, -nd even
Fox Is films in old-fashioned normal
SiAe to theaters too small for
S ant screens.or unable to afford

For the first time since 1948,
Hollywood's profits are rising.
B ut aiovietown is still undecided
about all of its shapes and di-
The film Industry's fourth, last
and most sUccessful B Bomb
may b he Opr.tion QuaUty-Sgood
moes aon wider screens in big
theaters, and on normal sized
screens in neighborhood houses.

VIW A MAYO: At Wtaners

But the.-ompetildon of televi
"soa-and now color TV is on. its
way-,1as made one thing cer-
tain Iollywood's mass produce.
tion days of 60 fls.a year from
seven major studloM and hun-
dreds of others from indepen-.
dents are over.
Ten or 12 good movies a year
from eah of the seven majors
may be the maxinumaI c=uold
output of the future.
Movietown'; emphasis on new
s cren shapes, dimension gim-

FREE tAkIgO *. '-
ALDO R:MA At Cohlubla se.
Sdis al e bi maer..
and prode aersa grabbing the
th e ... #o ld rin g an th e te rr y -g o .

d t Tole o vista's invaslon of Holly.
S ewood I l ig. ample evidence of
Syarl the Ovn major studios,
figures 'm teJ~irwhocUln hb a y on mass
No rt iS othe eaDta kart, are seei
point ees,l but /ia, I Way -. ^w e'ptr the w u
ivEing It t h "' o h .
@ toutt higt pao

ent'm the tod
noting i~-o f ai n eture ters.
as nime act r Je byt
Month lob. `4 .&$dft. e t wn biggest
hungry- si In a *60 6. lab, ts 3per
drastic ih w. ept .r and 35 per
Ony who came .
home wt hO of tix- t .pand seIl-sill.-
free overseas e. *Abot- today on tole-
Jackfre W s li a, on i TV owts in
ar .'ho filed bout equal and
fPtwer film stars, who ie N WWoon; b eou
uprtuo in s of abu.- soon thosee WO
ouis san ncDIn aimam n n
bank .id- ition olor TV s... w
But s t g ans news t to & ot'so celluloid'
paper hea a n, for the s ElectroEa
-ewer eMy U a- no longer 'i- b mhanetice -
under terms studio tracts.o w J&Lss otgrap c de
olev me t Al P id-fvAMr

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te.e. jokes about ]
ra6v es on TV ay e
boqpjh k .;.-d -

ow i movies

h bw o the wn

SIaeks an4 fewer but better mtow y.p -W u pucuuu pc pr .
vies In its War with TV hodmd WORKING FOR UNCLEg "g.
screens, launched an economy MINTI TAPE
wave which has -fnally brought Scores big p m ties, in- .,s N E I TAE
about the collapse of the f ious eluding Frank s ,.TVer*ca Ma ...
star system. e Lake, Errobl. Ad-E ',
Haymes, are wo g fo Uncle C u
In theft uIth days of ftaitriste' sam' t bpay-bcttime-trtm er to. t., t .
profit, t sev major tud A sU in r have quit auction tantaneu rpr
each dW st Tle j0 or p cttg ttedyemployment ... "i,. .- -4" *
high-s d stars, aturd1 elswhe I One of RHoUwll x*
play eotors, e 'o S .
due atmer on a o Ie e 'FO Sale- and dt Ai
were pal 4O weeks a yefton "ot it" siduun big m)n' roeor ii.aai aimijng Iv
long-term contracts whether they Alons in Beverly Hlls and l- I sthr atest ee-itn lebhlw Btot
worked -r not. Air testify to the fl industry's Industry evet h ihad d t ..1 -
A check of studio contract lists, financial blues. Movie Producer B his B r%"et, Charles P.. "
today.s eye-popping. ce of, Stanley K r'sa sale o Skoua, resdnI of the giant
how ,wood'sc sale ee Nation ToMters, Inc., who
-was ca wt w itsh wk b'J ac -n. ,aYsa 'Tae .ndtryi i .face t
Sansces n when em etow L oface wi tti. e, troupe. Th
staryttemn colapsed. Y LA AS neighborhood theater is on its
STARS r"" Z.." "., way-out..We'll ceae to-operate
o STARS T0Og 0r o the buses that,-f'tsy
*" one star-Virgif Ma M elub tdmo Us t .- tunt-rt, 'wl lw f I, "d
-ii uQa* term contract to War- taounceut1-from others s IL. non d resident 0fPra r-
neor Bros. they are Working up supper clu 0 9 2 ats .i, Who tod
Only three big stars-Marilyn and theifter acts or go ing ito 18 ve thaer owns ,
Mansea, Vic Mature and Susan. i, is frtier evidence that Hol hm agosfenmben 1-" -
Hayward-remain at 20th Centu- woodd nb. longer can provide ta h more moin
ry- em with u-time employment. tUtri w of busing, -
,Bb ope and Bing Croaby are Anth lghtening note for d -ood as it me
the only glitter names 4t Pjra- movie names is the number of pu-a in Of m
mount. no-star flms that have hit "
New find Audrey Hepburn har box-office jackpot recently- REVEN4 ,.
one flm4 a year deal for three 'tures like 'The Living a -
years. "A Queen Is Crowned," e' t
AKO has oply Jane Russell asnad Arend Us, ""Little FugttI I film at ye
&ob Ultdhum, both checking off "Conquest of Everest" and.-_ '0'. TV-a n
d Ray sthe biggest name Apurns" :''a : .
left at,Columbia-Rita Haf orth. TELEFILM i di a
wqrks there on an independent'- a
basis. Movie advertising reject i ;a
Cowboy star Rex Allen and pliIht of the star. Plots and gi
Vera Ralston are Republic's top micks share the big fetters "-b 6," er "s .
names. stead of 100 per cent concentra- So weolw FAN
MGM's contract list just l at tion -n "Together Again" and i & ,other a sh .
Clark Gable-Mr. Movie King-4 "You'll Iove-Hat Hima' star t Ipu it's twe t
but is impressive with names ppes. O ; l ld via a d4I&b
like Lana Turner, Esther Wil- t Now there's a growing tLpw l 'y- lew s ttel e
liams and Kathryn Grayson. But industry in Hollywood thtais v Proo blthe
be dropped as fast as their con- day boren from the unemply-
tracts expire, meat inslo ance lines. It's movt t
SALA aYl SLASH'" m i tn a ntw orm--he film jb
SALP$9 6LASHES 30-minute telefilm.' i a ttie War-
Hollywood's set workers, fired-r- 1
Universal-itnternadonal was the by-Ae major film studios, were 011" .-- .". B
first to azq all of its high-sali- the first to join telefilm crews. # S- OLLYWOODF
fi nrt to a.p all of its .high-sale These In euded prop men, dam- sInged. L leW with husah% .
ned starts but also was the first era.en, ectrieans, carpenters, 'A--,, 4. A 2.
studio to develop a new crop of set- r and TtL !
personalitie such as Jeff Chan- Now' stars, r wrMrs
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white. Chhu9 eloth.-the :..psiMy A will in khakl tolor, .used doable-jiuty de .'netan' e. worB as e.st:d ress, e a l
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NEA.Wom 's Edlitor fsltion start, with, esllege* girls. Balain has done.n White cWte thli iIcri/sa dfine to the.toch-
PThey. started wearing pants and ballgown. Jant. Darb, tas design- a fbhtl thl drapes well. They re-
NEW. YORK ---(NEA-. iking shirtIs of this Chino cotton twill be. ed britches w #h a toeftop.-From tai the reu .o .n Army-.p0 ht
the texture nd an'ty shp kha- cause they liked.the way it retains Carolyn Sc r, aer bath- fo-pi ns a shir.
ki, designers are taking jugBila- itslaster, ing suit and & laetr ied khaki
poltntparf oLthe cotqast flor .... top worn with striped khaki shorts. Khaki comes not only in.the reg-
resort wear. Though the c-dlege girls wore it Jonathan Logan has.a-striped kha- ulftion suntan, hilt in bold and
This famed Arminy -cloth, .noted onyb for leisure and play, design- ki camisole a -skir. narow strip (antn,-ra, .,aqdl
for ability to' hold its .shape. and erv'now are taking it everywhere, K' But that's apt all. esig-fers are white), pinl blue and w1ti ] ,

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b d u ri n g.which
Dave pour ciCcrete
Walk, fixes Uv e'o
idtecs, looks-*In oni
.aaketball rjoice.
i Wa firt ting
the piobleq-YUi Ibt
how to get jmm
Oh" t esef p? s.k-i

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operate) a port-
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.in& aboutt t e ,
it tevvrg at MUr
IRy in ft felhinife
ts, .jnep. nervous.

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va gy t where to 6 t a r t
'dr nfte adles.
This calls .up a vision of the
w 'be16.m g a sieve. Makes a
jjB legp ironitie easy chair as
if It wer. hot seat.
Ev4*a ,Oe lrCabe, home work-
%shbop advisor on portable electric
tools fror "whbm I borrowed the

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separate from you
idea to let each ci
her own small tra
lightweight and in
fabric izpper bags
carrying pet playt

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What's 'youmy n ther ft-ii fSnaci& sh~.
Wf*at's yourp overloading %
econo watef Wth .
4.r ageo hg-.le ."don't ..

days, when budgets are not wel alii. w k eho
padded, ftthe pt.
For example, .a slight change In. A pe ait
my lauaderng ad a lepaningh save enr,:s
lto saves, .-e nearly a 'dlar a three or
week. It also makes 'e, eto.,.']~h
ed e xm tte,
Tlhft Aliht chan 11ge to theasi who brillt y -
ure accurately, y th c up or thet ends aAd ..
spoonful, exactly tioe aount
detergent, bleac, She keeps hl "d
tloaner, or cle "tolls"bes< -
When ..m 2hftl.t
was dump
machi ne gh
and-a-,.at -.
mease.n Once.
tions prdkAI
wd" on-
dry load,, ac ez

untry aid .iraeX again.
l and great/ distances
e mothers w.-,h. small
o are among these
trip is net a casual
eying wrtH a smltj
come complicated 1-
is streamlined;, ,
are it's ever star
hinth for just siue
;nnme from M a .r y
QVel consultant for 'i
pj'b. suggests, for
:-.-thie baby's for-
a0d. you have

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er. in your own Juggl .
In your own train .- tuck
some small s prisea -e anded
over en rodte. Lolly A.eutoutl
or color book or .p i.Iall al
serve,-tq make thq. asant.
Yd Au'tmight even blunt-edges- scl.r a bright
book 'Tor" ctt the dining-
ear stewWil1" e your child
a t... -Asq ,d a coloring
-*Al cti Bqck with .the stew-'
"a '-"a' mealtime schedules
h alout mealtime schedures.
.Thep, if possible, take .your-chl-
dten 16 the lM T '4fi rst ciall' ti
avoid even a short wait during
busy periods. -Y c.a'also order a
mid-afternoon snackof cookies and
milk from the dininij,,car.
Alwas .take youi' child's pet
sleep obet, even if ae small pil-
law Pr bear looks < i-ty ItWl
ldR him to feel ht -b 3 w gC
'9urro~ldns ,'*' r
leg MtwY% a 900r.I&aA 0-i an early start for your trip so tat
your youngsters can go through
the train while it's still in the sta.
tion.-It's inuch exapr totlour the
car iity sa

fy I

me Mtra feeding. -
S here's a tip: fit t*e, lf
to&4-e ttse light car lfdard
!irries you 1.'dks':see are suffiei nt-
lfdS.tor he purpose, but ea-
tssd away.
Fix the formula just before leav-
g home, and then, when you
ard thetrain, give the bottles t o
b, porter or dining-car steward,
to will be glad to keep them l -
W reffigation until yoU '.""i+d
I rly all train dining ears to-
S a supply of top-quality
s f.strained baby foods, so
WI t teessary to load yourself
aless your baby. eeds 4
.diet n te th e-1
IM. lddren .anthethr'eelto-1O'


SThis drill has a key hitched to
the cord to tighten., "Il bit into
place. You use a dri bit slightly
Ssnaller than the -serew, m&rl
with a pencil point where you
want the hOel; then'. old thre'dll
-level against the surface.
' Brire and the hole Is bored
i' man instant,' even -:hatmrd wood.
Theq it's a :me j^, .ound the
pail bon .-o.t) l~ne'rtBB, bracket
,s crew ., *. ^. -
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man of the house to put up tn
extra shelves, hooks or rac ks
when requested.
You .,Whedle, ,eajole, hide the
sports section of the paper, st-
ten hin up on. favorite desserts;
nag, storm, all to .do avail.
In our houeho I'll make a
reasonable requet, such as:
..l ,.fl pc~k ,o your te~K

een Ager Should Not,..

a point. worl id i
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eis ..eeeptedt t ic .nk
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youmg man is re o
Sjabe just reI
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W,.t oast to
word ln "-sEdito r
.el ee, r n do.." ,,
rees ". well todq~ t
Oi :. v L the roast t te
callerr pan. Ksep1 ioa.t
V : se the meat ;,
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Yt Torkshire Pudlhg. .... ;
t .....AB .' ; 12 .': (g servi.as) ,.,

One cup sifted flour, 1 taso
sat. 2 eggs, 1 cup milk. .'
Sombin. the flour and. salin 8
I-quar- bowl, Beat the eggs Will
with an electric or rotar-by otetr
then beat in the m 'lk u .o a
intot ha flour and continue bsimt .
until the thi4 batter is si ..
Pour I cup of the meat driif
from the roasting pan into an4W.
inch ppn or into 6 deep t
pans. Heat the pan in the 'oye.
dd the puddir.- batter and bake
in a hot oven 30 minutes. Cut into
squares to serve. This means that
the roast and batter bake in the
same over for 15 minutes, tten the
roast is removed to "se" before
' carving.

myi i a-i" a ur om rMs =,-
t o k from the volume:'
S Gok Beef Reoasts
the roast fat side up in a
,Wo~en pan. The rib bones in
ihg-rib roast keep the roast
bottom of the pin. Place a
0 roast on a racki A the
S of the pan. Insert a roast-
kthermometer into the center
6 .no wash the roast. It may
lpe4 with a damp cloth or pa-
,t wW Do not. add water or
t--th2 roast.
>aato a slow oven (325 degrees
jfl.ihe roast-woat: termome-
|tftecth;.degfree of done-
-*w'dsialbe: f& degrees 1r.'

HAS holiday, eAt n WA.donem:
It's bet to do something aboSut .t
right away before 7o t
e*stomed,4 p (r
Since you ave no n
).nifdeect~in yct hu1kf
your gia-i a
sot lBioaft eauni 0 44 dwcla
part of yourca d al e
you have br eight y.* tr *ere
anato. back to oroer? ",
1 HNo are several that vff -help
tight" the muscles .%'.a t.
waist and abdomn: .-- ---
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T f a -tg the porble. e ctrt i
i 't ay meir- baffling hin
t the hmjf of an 'Intmlkif
Fn m '|re'!!
-efor e I yielede Le device t
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ivyre with it OR several types no
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in, the fort to feed herself and balance wee County and was ent owned by
her economy, now mainly depend- nofme. However, "it's overed by
ent on oil. water and located at the bottomm of
At least two Americans have Devil's and Round Lakes," he whi nI..
*.o, Itaken, advantage of the goven. wrote. i -3M.A.:'
il? oM ment's Inducements to qualied
settlers. One of them. 54year-old Apparently no eyewitness survey Whit. eih
Ralph Boring, cleared $m5,OO In ever was made of the land, car- Sim s3A..
..i from the 138 acres h Tfarms ried an te. agency's records as be- Abeaplumi
P. with the .aid of a Venezuelan farm ing vacant, since early settlers
BUFF KET band. .Ie owns $30000 worth of took up the surrounding land and ***-*.
BBUFR FET Bl VAKEfL farr''dqillpment, including a hiar- the federal government therefore mem
vester.He also has a station wag- carried It as vacant, King said.
$2.25 per adult and on .Wd two airpla, one of which
hbeuses for crop duptint.
1.25 for :- ildren .ce ss rie
S" "In tdsI section, 130 acres of .
land is equal to 200 acres in the
At 9:30 p.m. Unitd State," Boringsaid, "the
.O ID E v~ l a ais- s W6 rich. I can g tyto eops
LOS CAIS DE ESPANA of beanp nd corn a. ytr and,
make up to foui bales of cotton ||
thefamous dancing group will peaerCal hWad.
S -pr.enttthi. r utstaning he d i te
,zue A, SACl Fier -'..
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these i ser t
tlement by. '.
meant t. Inte .as
brought ta e nt .... ao ,
to buy .lo"a*-, a- eed .term-

ings a map aut ooiletHs
Son ato- eta asY trm
basis. He f wanted anr S,-
000 -r 1a 0 pe cent for a4

-.tr . al r .fo e r y a s t.liu te o the
$1en, 1A d is waiY ahead on
prodct.'his i20,009 8"lon. He

00 bolivare ,000) after ex-
pen" es. for 153.a .
uNo taxes are levied on faims in
SVenezuela, adu sq anxioutal s the .
heric toll ata Vilab ul- i a
tue th wecime:WltuCai Cc '* t- mae o
prod ctio seo n is g nd a et 4 WM
exem ion.

.Turen. They represent 400 farm
families and cui vate I total of t0,-
L W acres.
,.i' .But at least 10,000,000 acres of
'the rich "Hare available in a .
*miles wdl, east'aofuthu ig mag i

,,g n. 9. It to settlement..3e' b In
l iftps' qdcl.to market in Ca-
racas and oeties and there is
Sa ading field at Turen for plane
An experimental farm at. Turen
Ais seeking to adapt guavas, citrus
Fruits, melons add other crops toe
wor m.r the clmat andhe soft conditions ob-
itaining in the areas.

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ary war -d a report card dated HER
1102 were sncevexed when carpen-
ter removed a waA In the home
of Mr. and Mnrs. Be;. Coulson.
nental emin 18in I eis Waved.
to be wonlbet4 to $I
according to nth
sit4 At imelCIA510

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1 7Central Avenue K. '*Itt coerli t
i SALE: -Dininaroom set, Ecua- FOR SALE:--19l5 W t In beau- Telephone 2-3479.dir. PPdha
S Ceq insisting o table, tiful condition with mantiti I
ai r bufft and China $1,175.00. Call Solbao 64.11 .oMature American women available
t. price $200.00. House 1524 2768. foar baby-fittingr mCa l Z ri *s t
to Road, Apt. H. Phone 2-1' Special experienced ceaq for small SHricl. M.
n o ..FCR SALE: 1950 Bds ell Ioinfintu but will care for cyldren of wmodtff. ru* Plw .
S 6:003 p. .mr. .One pl ner car. Telephone 2-h4 L all ages. Available anytime and on 4 6 7, di'
e lrn vingromo fur- FOR SALE-1940 Ford dor sedn. shpr notice. Phone B oa 1865.
p. > Custrn madm."1 so- excellit tinning condition won GLADYS HARIY frmerldy of Anms
arge arm chajors. Table an d l tr a.porfMtlin. Mf.. Phone .ai d Clyo s ely 'se would .
'Prle o $10 M uh 1550 86-6270. lke to notify her tprons that she w
lan. Rd. Balboa, FO AL uk Supr 98 is now with IENDA f AU-
FOR LE:- KOSpIr 1;749, -4. {^Jrffl f ^^^ HJ
S A wIn Ec .nom t Auto- d r. Excel ant. edition, t, Isell. .'y, rhell 11 M4 An ,M1 e, .Z.,10 0
S, baby's portable 9 fA 4 h
;'8? 't hr3126. FOm FBR SAIkl:-y'52 Plymouth 4O- rR E iA w .
i. e MsMahogany lLvIem ndio. Sest offer Iver $1,400 BaAoc N
lonts ando, owers, 5 72-8 3.,07 .. pup 3 months. Hod ,. $35.00.R EO, NT"10 1
Call days lo 2-150. Call

tw on sprin s without mot- aoH.Ciundu H . -o edition. 2 Mowcr. OKs Ploa baI.i 1

,icoatue plent work- och StEy: 4, FOR SA-t GoCA O'D (AE 2a, a .l
Plymouth 4I&excellent 1 idins1ranced`un JulM$575.. Real Pmmith*"o tnh nnerh
n. ouse i 46- Mange o 2 36-A.E6h. St.Curun r S Prque Lefeve is S ef thing we a

an Aea, .$lebpeu. f. 42f 3264 @l, day Sunday & Ijo CANAL ibjp GAJ) s dw *tbw ettlio Qulluna.
6 dini~og chairs, porch Ofr four Mondy ", live in St. Peters ur. lold, and FOR RENt:-Furnshed ffn e 61 t
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manNtoyrh S14. Petrsb Fl rld fP onNTP artishod omor bvne0- e y6ml. a noe oi c adha e clfl,
ca' House plants. of e CR SA W-hoe or udivid PrryHI No: t ...'For in- Two N even with s "To ea
n. cth Fobricultur. No- betrful farm "Villa o r nda r tn apply t i u Quie a A e s t a ess, la dsa

l utS cushio, y er sa nith' 5 ts. fnt to t0 n l01 EN : F 1* | 7 incde
th 3 edx exce.G.eTAN cotVr$smm. rite i
a 154 *hag e..je .r L e, Realou 6 First Ae e '.IM nE s a

siouc. 12 Sw-di, M arsi airplane. Ep.art,.ndugr .-Hto m Str-_ist,________ __ .E*A.e n'i r-aw uw i
a r to. 0 do.2)-324all__ *S.__ S & 11 0sC .mw 11.1oag p. b_ 0nngpea ha
S ,i Studio couch, anl four M doi'. ,i ve iS FOR SALE :-In Alto ; otersrg t ow.1S. asd W berdon't ab "l he r
P qb thair,2metlchalr. Na- wt4il lI94Zgood1ny mor one t olive nearby..ForIFOr -'n ,on cp. R ENT:,-rni ad but the t o fhl fet d t.r'ed I' I

o y.chest ,l Miers. R'rd P A a th hous. maoll offee a nd su ar an r pints Mr. Wedico T.roonln noe Zea I ge
thr. K icchees cbir c Vne oW e t l l rudu r288. rooms. nd Real E te dinin om and any he For further ein tew p-, e.

i O ftu widi Wao SS fe W tchen P B 'D Tel call Mr. Marconi. S weisonh7 3 Qp under a gagaAine ca pomt Whe|S nAt o .
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t.d .the. Pe der. a ro wigl s th W 21833. PLea. mafa 61 First Av enuel 0 per -
N o rh. i. Ps. s ur g.ael m r t h I tIoswIt o Mi.=
e 2:00t o5:00pm. w want o u qti e Vicinity Gl f He g i. FO one 1 F RN- u Curiakil
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a Camilo' At
;W. the,
*r o m
j De name, eomesi
iater Thursday.
A resume oaf
ds of the priest
" is riven here by:Glo-
eschi, the author of the
which the movie was
iatrted in 1946 and
wA, because L. sti
7d: to relit' w
authorized to
The tiffconfidence the
the ~d Weekly has 6
ifer Jufleb D u v i v i e
aspects of the story
daad used them for
ne villages of E.&
oa nf th .'Pn tl u'ne

Courageous l


Don Camnsi milks a cow.
af-the a eiia'4f et
of party flags in a procession, Pep- for love. These
moiunists are celebrating pone and his friends proclininthat always end in p
1r in the municipal elec-' "nose wno take,part in the proces- meo in question
It'dre is a meeting in the a.lon wili get nto trouble.,Anld up communist while
tenored by t(he presence Don CaLminio'b procession is only daughter of bold
1s than the delegate comr- accompanied by himself and a dog. reds. It ends in t
pesasly. come from the 'The village Is qeserted, mn td~ pie, who are coa
more or less merry mis- banks of tli rWver the reds are body trying to
s of the story start from waiting for him and say: "You Bt Peppone, D
&g: in fet when Don can't pass here.:' their associates,
Iarms certain statements "Jesus, hold on, because I'. am 4tremis, and the
*gatecompanion over the golj to hit tnem," 'says Don :Ca .to a happy endi
r, he climbs the l mllo, brandishing the neavy crW Mariolino and 4
starts his contradiction cifx as if it Were a club. Tue red quarrel, it-as I
of the bells. wallft opens ana Don uamillo pazI- Amongthe var
ieting gives rise also, for eg. And he passes so well, that -this story, is also
.I and Peppone, to an wnen ne arrives oil the bank of t&e ing the okds6tb
,pon for sharp discord, iver and has blessed thd wateg, accepts to c, ,a
on this occasion, ie Pne apd .all his frieds who of the new comr
'companions that la sites flowed* 1e- Az 'eept Peppone.'s,
soort have their Comumu. lo in file, answer '. ed Soo many pr
o And so. Don. Camnil) eitraorQmnary t Itl Id teacher dies,
i yet succeeded in fli. in to.se paIs ot0ta she calls for Don
loney for building then i e fignt b.t pone. She is a
arden city. starts agitat'- posing parades, it. the last moen
ibe would like to know Lam-,o nor reppone -S 'are precise: "' I
p. oupd ,the .moneu gity. y it is gupd c eral, without mi
daks'i m to 'bTeas '"rne.ople oowg hearse, carried o
C tf the Communist qmte. particular type. t i mIen, I want.my
allo has not yet un. eat from tie people.0 '. But "that one'
SYstery. cities. o m o so, not allowed any
'-e and Peppone are sion of an agricutral 9 So the commune
qqWaellnat and some- ing wainc however, Don and they all
j to blows or strike succeeas in convincing Peppon to against. the wis
i eir sticks. But evaua tne v4 ance o< the, pikets teacher. Peppon
s-a ,a contained in thd and to cLaneioeLnely enter e large delusions. He say
Wad by civill atlon, and st~ e,blesong, n e.lo ouer is all right: as
ane goes to confession, to milk Ute w 'tB'"rt em matters the mi
.iBthr things confides to -the compaf,' o bn ar- and, but the ".
illo that it was he, who live at the village and like 11 go to the ce

thT .high bicycle they sho at e storiesinsid
ts arriving sat theI
"e on blessing but all end ina comji
sflt he settUds the ame Don Camille, of course, tUrns leads one to sti
t- a bokr,, in order to be sure %at he tI aoodness of

h it Aqt go odness ofii
Uile- ha s frequent con bas prbperl; Inderstbod. When he The very last
with' the Christ on is c9wvin' e puts la bicycle on the simpe n
And Christ w .w.s the ground Cnd nearig tPhem, witnt .spometone.
Sre. a e. verh telyays 'a heavy_ bo .d in his hands he do something
am ei t on him a npacn det onstr,,t1on ad with eir doors
ery o d ecIise for' with it, nd Iock t about- ent
*Mi en.ho.- + JMV %.
i WajDon w tari' BtUo W h n ,He leaves, full
q gge. *' 'o _n cause, beside all
owooteDon n
it behas 1 4'-"'e
"raw owt*oe e ,S" U

DCa bClllo won't hear taci kttter. p . Pkats _a. proci

d.Ci 'tahey ha

brt .4,pto 'dprooke
.'"i. klB them


m at a wc.t
bwho daim&*.0
Sw ole tow


ILt scouRIE"
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adversaries of the
he two young peo-
itraste4 by 'every-
drown themselves.
Don Canfillo iad
save them in ,exy
love story comes
ng, inasmuch as
GIna, a e .to


unalJ couici, ex.
who as a boy .p7y-
anksion her. T
Sbut. before dyig,
i Canmilo'andP -
proud 'old lady 'u
ent and her orders
want a serious fun-
isic. And on the
in the shoulders of
flag. That one."
is a flag that 1s
more by the 14w,
al council gather
say that It is
lhes of the dead
e draws his co
's that eve ryin
however in e
ayor cannot 'di*
reds." the teachicr
itretry with
rse. And '* ': :- s
ns. There are th,
e the story, befee
last one. But the
orting way, wAM
1i go on hoping' in
story is' perhaps
. Don Canreo has
very stupid, which
t resaentnet of the
Smare' r liss 2ult
VPee : AadDon
I of sadness, be-
other things, there
Sgoodby.O bto .
led a warning that
the courage to be
e will be bad trou-
And the people who
ill stay at home
and windows bolt-
ly even at the sta-
urmey starts for
o. The small train
needs through- -the
t, at the first sta-
shouts of hurrah
millo. They are his
ave come to greet
use they did not
Peppone's anger,
selves seen in the,

Btrf starts again and Don
ompartment is cram-
.i presents. But that is not
t next attaion the band is
.An Ihere are Peppone and1
They have come to say
Sto hib'there, because they
.not let themselves be seen
o'Se'eactlonary friends of the
L..Peppone makes a speech
.hop that Don Camlllo will
n so6n, "quite recovered" and
:passbby a bit easier to get on with,
and' the story nds. But there con-
tius, thank God, the civilization
of the people of the Po lowlands.
who, inatAid of the usual mechanic
device, are in the possession of
bruins, and lower down, of a heart.

P,,ssing Gadget


(UP)-A new pre-
Sthe awkwardnes

board m
ddldr's aBles.

Wendy's .the first big name t
trade bright, lights for a bright A
"I don't want to spend al m
e. cmapllg with every

of the Midwest which' most of churches. Dr. IN
them are sure begins In Jersy Poeole's sermi
City.' Church here dra
"They've been very kind to me," gregations -that
Wendy says. "And I always think several room. i
'sgood t go where they're kind system enables
to you." room to gee an&l
A New Tork cabbies have discov. If you,have a
eued a delightfully inexpensive imaginaton, you
way to have a vacatob. of good, clean'
dAlte q cap to Flrorfha, TV transmitter.'
AA Ww ra w there, and ing you could.
"I ka.. Ftlorlda car deali, party line with
tf eles, wasOd te cabie
-pvay ~e exa msee The town of
a e e or the old palm tree. changed its nop
The idea has caught on among or of the come'l
the back jpekeys so strongly that name. It's a
New York fleet owners have had be both a
to eiaik do.w- so9 wlte Texas, but, a t
avcations. it tr s'tgA thie Star StaWe*

ePe a t of.Aveturle.

New Peak. of Adventure ,
'Entertainment I
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TeiWr wheelof fortune was
5iylh by tbU cold steel of an
kitomatlc I

So HOLLYWOOD (UP.) --Some ac-
a 'tors seek kse.f startlm for gold,
others to see eir name in lights.
S Some seek on y th, personal sat-
isfaction of acmhevlbent
,, But one of the greatest'rewards
-, -one .tht is never meidoned-is
$*Iq the freedom from loneliness, in
im the ooP, of Rlicard Widmriak.
start-sating because.It was
more satisting and remunerative
Su than what I was doing-teaching
school," Widiiab said. "But. I've
., found as mu happiness r the
L compiaon*tis pi brings.






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Virginio Moyo, Dale Robertson, .in "Devil's Canyon"
-kbert Cummings .- Miie Wlson, in


"Kiss me,
Sand we'll
square!'' d

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Also Showing MONDAY!


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^^w AL~i THE 5306.

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"An actor anVer'Is lonely. If he
likes people he ain make 'more
friends than anyone because they
will seek him out'. *
Widmark had this brought home
to him recently .n M1xico while
making "Garden ;Evil" with
Gary Cooper, MRa. and
Cimeron Mlch h' eae was
rb a moreigb d
no one-'- ht he'd
end many lonely hours in .
btel room. But the hospitable
Mexieans, espeosl* the 'Tovle
,au' among theii, sh- wered him
WfA invitations t rth-r hmeas.
" "An kcfbr siSW Mb.tank lfeio
the attention b e 'atttseu,.nl1
am," ha tald. "He9
:edVftntae .at- 't."en I
rreaf-made. PeoIerlate ped" '
1n thie mreo ,.d2eel that-t
Umo.d him. 'They-already '
muade up their twiids that they
Mke bhn. Iftthe actor is at Ure-
spoPsive, he' can have thousands
of fine friends with little ert o
his part."

anama Can

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pafss^p at *w hom
& .ajrotu t neiraHoiu
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toaneto a .s

tty hey will be worp at a ofs-


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ftAr conthnv;.hoft &id l*';
toeS.than the -V5
.w'fti? a boy Cut. iltt'e at
ctuIhnw l Ibi o. n

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she sDn 'AVe ana.-
8pnsors for the young couple
lncdIed parentatO the bride and
bridegroom t Mr. 'emistodies Diaz,
Mrs. C Q..de Dia L Mr. Luis
E. Gari -W PfPaft'de, Miss Ida
Raq.et imene, Mr. Jose JAtealoe
So6a Mrs. Evena e Stagg, Mr.
and Mrs. MarihtMiegg Mr. and
Mw, .ua ne"a,. and
Mrs. LIs E. Guiado Mr. Spe
tinnet,, isnb Efl^.. dHodc
S' r. .Gevg o..aw, Mn- -
ria0.A Sian. kJir. En
_iem XIn 1_ aflt nn&re.

end i

v Mn/'tr

Vrii tlWFairchfl gave an tn-
teresting resume of research and
visits to the. great galleries ma4i
during her recent visit to Europt
- Those attending the meeting /b
lu i. a ,m l paul A
Va Major and Ja
. iieary, Mr. a dwar
Dr. and Mrs, PFae
Jhild, MaI i Myers

is Han l ot I Judg

a Iunc

scWted a
b ar fath

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C l-a, rt a.li-.

alntt- ie I- of Mr.
scr. tibMnts the
fr a eo.

V tf i~i cifia11 !C
^l raTil~nlSL

lude Eee

mw Vr o) Willeti
[ ,xlIem W on and Paull=

CaunbMa Cas
Thb Narnett nd Dunn Das
IK M% Mmm eargusog


t -new, dev4 9 .. mucD aur
jartwystd -opstato.

- of the ia c ,aeI on br ea
W1. The. wa t14rs

aul r e p .

a .50 a -
rfhtedar. glen m
'U W.tery rbe .

Be Neeodt One Day
!'CUCAQGJ..-Ma. one dqy.
Wmay ve t ond on the sun as

Palmer Putiim; who does con-
,uW- wo*-.4aiAl -AMn"o *uer
gy .Comnlmiuldsaid rdlunaty fuels
mar be u ouencalUY recovera-
bh le 7- s' apd -atomic fuels
wl -n out -n 175 more. That
would .eve .man with only the
sun tr- poweL.
,tin.in Science Dr-

Sto 250 years, if

to 1i&. I$. this country, he wrote, a small

6 ble at a. mas
e about 1,0; So"
V9 r hen at"owv
de, td aepolb itiv
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OaRley Mrs. Tho Is Breup
Mrs. W*am Brooks, Mrs.I
te.rt andtia MrS. A. ?tr lp:

dr. Coffy. l...- "$
cStewartj.. 4 Swart AM.

The canasta rfia went to Mrat
Hewhard and ML..Purvis.

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SWt# bonar pveial Na
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"d Rh 1- PWbU. ,?, rg.qu.-
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BM~rtcihneB1~ f,>i tcp "flP

KIn, for!i E67.rt, siawae cn a
llateda by t"4. tI re
theethm l mmot. le p bruls tlif I'
us: Iu tthmu. heIway plans aroua

"ti, ho etic pr Co. a

'ers ihmWo of sta i'n tran;
AW.ViIuat" ppuorze Sw c xa

6"Virtual a k!
"Their? b.yb'. not
ad. L televti t i lwers
aid.. "The do however
4srupt television, for,' block
a neighborhood. Old anten-
Ainotallti i and lead-16 wires
tht have been 'w*Nted Ib the
ever suspected
;Odd h.. th are btw u tfn

..ees of naie ihitepren
ei to cau ITV trou .
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SBetting In F C teP. o e.m. WgLaW oi 66 e
-- ~ lt aee "G" NT s ~.t, nle.
ie Cuadra oft Mere' exen e ge e- r t* pedS
eeadrId Lr A ?s-TapUhazo -1.on.n0 l 119 -M pw",t*"wt 2-1
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th a utickout y track ptffIlIa lst they dv 3-5 R A 110 -dln I0ndtea
Id him excluded from thie bit4 hfA s. 4 roms tender -
red $750 Claim "B" .mvet forN ag du at -DSn .. 1 -ann r
-rf. A 110 --s ,t dr clas 3S-I
a"CO* F;p . 8~%1 A.BaEri. 11 --Oloe ua.ly 3-1
way w Look disposed of to outfinishla Tanger for the thirt O-tVilh.real fM Y ldaib ols weiP k
rly touted Dark Miflion- end of the, m rx-. o p
week seems to inrette The time- or the distance was
is ready to perform a- a fair 1:p2. The winner paid and Race "F" Nathie 7 Fg.PFufe: 275.00 Pool eloseuit 11.'
tle local track's best If $3.80, $2.20 and $2.204 Ruben Seo Race f s Double
his showing of last Vasques ulided theMlHtionasre d Rae Mthe Doule
Should ,score aai.t Thre j'oceSa O-. J huaIt 1-Tulta KA'A.. 116 -l4' Indieates. even
eBi A tirre and X. qu 3-:-Pregaero 0. Grail 124 -Tug oppont -1
12dek's o-pp$i-0 Swon traces eachHoweve. -Mranda A. Ea'f20'-Alnog -1
ifed to come from aYule- Chuna was the s.day pr with 4-Riomair b tes -a.102x-i-Couli upset dope 8-i
fAgelia andR 6; .S= two victories in-thlb tr.ad --Proton' A., CtRa. 104x-Longohpot-asMty 10-1
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gecfind in Class "B" bIt
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II has been dropped
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fi 120,00 -Goldey. 8 -
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sterr .t than he hak yet
goes against such tried
a as Albeit, Henry Lee
4 hero.. However, this se-
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emerge victorious.
,fiesy'Dark Millionaire yes-
a 'resumed his winning
ir"byv scoring an easy three-

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1-Camaron I7a0, A40, 3
2-Avlvato $18.0. .40.
3-Bljgual $3*.

1-Pebeterap 6.60
2-Paris Mid,:$4.
First .Double: -(Camaron-
Pebetero), 138.

-Two: (Gldee

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-Valaria 16.20,. U. 2.80
2-Donk Grau 0, 6.40

I-Welsh Prox $61. 4 *
3-Devon Maiden (0) $3.60, 3.60
3-Delhia (e)

--american amsawi q.uv,. o. .
L-Flrmne 3t *' $9
Second Double: (Welsh Fox-
Chic's Ned) S21146.
1-Roadmaser $18.80, 7.00. 4.40
2-Jersey Anne $4. 15.80
3-Royal Signal $3.80.
QUinlela: (Roadmaster-Jer-
say Aseu) $5519.0.
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3rd Race "Non-Wliners" 4% Fp.Purse: I$2W50. Pool losms: 1:45

1--Oioanl .. X .iV 108 -ast in last -
2-Ba .aba A. oRia. N9x-Is not roehore -1
.3-8. -acente A. VI hg improvement 1-
4--Moon Lass F 105 o this time --2
5-Jal Alal i .4pul. 110 --Pming debutant 3-1
6-Ddfa Chila V.w- n *x-Bafly speed only 10-1

4th Race '"" Naoe 6 Ft, Pareo: $275.00 Pool closes: 3:S


1--Muchch" A.ltai 102x-Rates fair chance 8-1
-na A. VsiAas -Nt_ much chance 1021
3-{Mro 9 Bn.1DAo 118 -O E repent efforts -
4-.Rhea.t B3.M3oM. 120 -Sb0d score h1re even
&S-omino J. Gado. d105 -DId oh mood 5-1
6-L, Moly X. Vam. 118 -12Ws seems tough 15-1
7-D 'Wende B. Agm*. 112 -~mpproving -steadily 5-1
6--buque Julio Rd1r. 112 -Could qccre here 5-1

5th Race "F" Imported 7 Fs. Parse: $500.00O Pf loses: 2:55

1-JDouble In
2-.V. Breeze
3-C. Prince

M. Ycans 105x-Poor recent rfl%0
E. Alf ao 1fx--Unknown quatifty
A. Yeaza 1ix-Will be close Up
0. Sa*. 118 -Mutuels favorite
V. Qrdo. 108 -Better shape nhow
JI. GaI1t x-Oould' help entrymate


6t*r ace "I" Imported 6% r F.P.Fu : $375.0 Pool closes: 3:35
Flht itee of the Double
1--D. Princess E. Alfaro 112x--Not ready yet 20-1,
2-Pinta A. Vas. 115 -Returns from layoff 20-1
3-Paques V. Ox-o. 118 -Has ood workout 3-1
4-La Chomba B. More. 112 -Could upset favorites -1
5-True Blue -0. Prescott 120 '-waye neat best 3-4
6-Veranda J. Reyes 115 soutside-chahce even&
7-Mrs. Oristina V. Cati. 112 -inner if breaks even

17th Race "F"

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Imported 7 Fr.iPrse: mn M Pool elog 4:15

Seesn Race df the Doule '
R. VSa 120 -Seems "mire thing"
3. Oongo. 117x-Dropped a class
A. Ycaza s112x-Rewns from layoff
SV. CastL 115 -pood recent efforts
a. San. 11I -WillU force the pace
0. Graell 115 -Better race this time
A. AngulO 102x-Db6eMt figure
H. Rul l109kx-B i' here
A. Vas. 115 --Tiher competition

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Imported 7 Fgs, Prse: $410.00 Pool clues: 4:40
A. Angulo 112xR ,Ier handicaps 8-1
8. Carva. 103--er Jockey 16-1
B. Agul. 118 K-hf p here 1-2
R. Vam. 115 517db. erous 5-1-
A. Yeaza 107xo S l '1 fut layoff 15--
F. Hidal. 103 -Should be clse up 5-1
J. Phillips 110 -WM torte early pace 5-1

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-Rqui B. Agul. 115 --o.a ,m ueealon e
.Albeit V. Ordo. 113 t chance
-V. Darling M. Ycaza l112ix-J lot I
Atom 0 A. Ycaza 1021'r Olt I
-Henry Lee 0. Mazue. 118 Set "I.R gW form
-In Tume V. Brown llt-.oth: recommendd
-FOrando A. Valdi. 112 --oeat at ire
-Chqueaaque 0. San. 110 i last week
-Oranero A. Vas. 118 price
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.Iaee "D" Imported 7 FIs.Purseb- .Ftrldtla A. Gonas. 6x -Blait K i peed
eOlo Solo V. Ordo. 118 -Co horse
w- lnster G. Prescott 115 -Ret.'ig rest
FVfroordia V. Brown 102x -Ner
-Uob's Claw V. Cast. 115 -Itat
-A. Light A. Ycaza l07z-Pooro
M. Mason Akui. 118 -_ _O
JBooji R. Vas. 1115 -Has d0outs

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Julio RodrL. 113 -SUtil a t toe-at
A. Phillips 118 -eturdt 6oi layoff
I J. Phillips 118 -Dro f la
o 0. Mague. 118x-Mute f.voerite
J. Chuna 102zxr-CoWltd e New Look
V. Ordo. 115 -fZcludd Iroain betting
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them, seea.of, wag. / ,

WhicWt*P For my money, Berta,, Prove it. That's
not so a" A lp seven yer a -panlla six. The
over-pil f .will outfit i Bro klyn rival some
five poin Each has been over .300 twice. In bat-
tin In ru,1i much to ehdose between them. Twice
they've Dettee bpf-l department.,
Cam ld oni-run edge .omidering that Ber-
ra has played in ore games.. Whelhr he would maintain
this 4edge i ,. d the more -Da z lolt LStadium is to be
doubt very As I pointed out before the Series last
fall, Brooklyn' figure are deceptive.- The smaller park
makes. them k re ferocious than they a e.
My implrp au 3i that Berra will get what Joe McCarthy call
the toaflt.,tar you umore often thu Campanells. De-
asp*The fte I.s t'liad-bai hitter-or mirS.e because le 'ls--
Berra Is harder to fool. Campanella will stre out about twice
as often saM Mt Int- maany more double plays, two weighty con-
ideration .
ela had e standout, eria, Uerr .hasn t
had nany, but he iiotter than tlUe Zgypt lat fail with anit
hits, three walks and a .429 average. VCibt a ph Ite btt,
tob, but his normally respectable .372 d coparIon.

le n . U nm
Anther thing er r W a -U c idIb
would hve rO r umpire Art Gore'lsdeisnlb .
talL for C pa%llb&robvsw
abu pltya tdhi bsqe Jn the first gam oj.coe enelas
HiL for CampanelU couldn't hive made n It, d5 rr p.on t
Thila.nspo1 1tS ., severaliUttle things -errm.oes t duutom-
rs often h t roo. On the sw lnking w t be..t In the
busneu. e to a sense it qin.n I T u meant
pe the k bete ol.b hitter. And wh,. makes We p: *at the,
Nis relative speed gives him anothf ebd~b over Cam*tella.

twinbill On Taop

Today In Pacific


Paelic Twilight league
W L Pet.
trike 4 2 .688
iAer ILeon 3 3 .h0
Wtomaek Whiskey 2 4 ,
The possibilities of this after-
noon's dOubleheader are nume'-
o0 as to who will go up and who
'may. go down in the standings:
Three teams are still very much
inthe race and the fourth Is not
far out of it.e-
saloa High, looking lvey good
w l 1 first clash with Ajl
Legion for second pae
l teams have. improved vast-
Wam ally with, the better
they both have. Prob-
& sttWa for this gam# are
tavanj for Balboa NH i h
Snd Delgado for Amer-

*- the .second game. league
leat gLucky Strlte will e
and hits with 1Wt !
Whsey, currently In the r
- eager to get out and VIt sthe

It Wm act should .tae Lu y
end either AMS or -
=" Legion win. a tie toct
Wbtighey men wia therw WMS
be a tie tor the -cellar. W
rfte. Bearne for ZZ
Xaty ftspre for WeasV k


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W PYJia"'4 alcge and "-of th
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of tackilb, tAt winner wa ,R M'
ftr the abijinti css.,ao
rplnniin tackle, th winner ws W. brham of.
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M- opnde t ha ,e _iq af._o o ..t wid sacke we..re .p-po uessih C lesl se rgahnt ,te gon HII I I

P OiW.,=tCmt alwaodtl r '- ,t n out. Ba,1 Prto enby laced a r ror
.r w, e *" Mi tf rocpe. t 0 oe id et mied to .n k / wipth
iaybe ft'sa c6fiuflg~d tW puS him Into po.tI se Faul, and he wal. followed
bomb iht wan he g th t e o t a t e e Mcahey' blorw inlto l
Sto, hi l- t oot t he be.me. ..t. 'sn. .. .. a. e,
*dP d weg teIt of My r To Gibeaaon hi an eo wrs, ob; 2 atr ,, o H Bn
neglected op itt thow went t o Rn Then te fg ty ag .
ey d: ft^.tttfatpj~iabluovartatlrtboa. t' tinted between ii o^tt. Bi P
S e i ii orob e for ..._.. Ii..but Balboa a "IJC.i i

baPlOURIN"l_ G/ T O fqrbund..tih-teai he-oexueutepn. Rak bkonwrsuo m ,ri d lTeif_ e, right., Nils ,
at the tist o Th Fim en ane n e wlnl e Se b 2" are 'm a t ; American squad. (NA .
m c a th-' e Te o .L-o - t- ckeT .op mn a m o -. ------- t--e-kan nr e n t senp- -
.ol h dgaq.th edt. lCU team, _wo__.h. ___. __o._._R m i .i, .,.

]- Qk ilhou "&city?" r 8d . o m t d ' "' : .... : ,.
w aas Who Try To Stop His Shots Wai K% Athitte43f-Th e- ar?

linp" N i JIJtMY BRESLIN With his natural scoring eye NEW YORK, Jan S2 (NEA) concentration, and it that makes -
What the Clhief. took was a boy Ne A Staff Cor eapoiHent and no bashfulness when he ha.A A olnsmed Ben H s an as the mS An athlete. BetLHogan is ,
wh ca- shoot fro bit n .2 the opening to shoot -.- Stokes' At te-ot-the-Yar. gan un- one and ta f o some
*a basketball court. e vr .Hlw xO Jan. 30. .a.- rebounding and ability to move quutionably Is the g.ren|t pre- .. ",
S0 iMe-P g co .ants.wo a n.la,, as Iot cr it la a goTfer an athlete? n i
;, ., ,*, blow 'a at he .5 Evrt er Bl the profess al
-m* h, ,4 .- with ; ier ,apd Mb f-.e for the Y*lters Francis. His ball n was o u ou rou nd orm not .op- | ,
a w : ha a ode-han er froth l aI the major thin I eam's a few bourbons? Hogan is a
Hmoutside. le I to atintwo "When the last timb you triumph in the uimgstown In- hain smoker. of cgat. t.
.|or three resU aram e wrote tg about Mauriie .1ti tion T- ur"ment, In which Iaa an C par- ,, ,- -Wea*n It a

'Is W e Voe? turned ble to, say, Ala c' "".S
slin o .. while than S hp h ghe,. o np Wipter coverok .Molfl t a-'.
. e t mahlhe asmfrits efnre out o-r shig rutigsl a. Y our.
e eletrical scre board obemase, age .i T la s a r h r og. s nm eon. ake points

Sd. found him d Bu . you ever see go.. ball Pj ... ^ : ...
sti By DR. PPOGL r~ o on put tether four quarter s of l st nn evr to o Nh SerVCe
'ssclub Duqeenepelagin Ilkb put, Dobtn" d'ea In.. .h a st e

a Written jEA Srle te thi paar adnrabbed -t ho d 816 himself out of nsa raoat na-tao blre akan B -L W.
Ip uto:Ig mna8e o .ed r wi e e te ,.n./- 15 pin'lnffohe
r o-tD ou.w d It Iaa Rota d m.onffte e mot he lcoh e r ccve or S "o

o- t r.eif nd him s ]e w i In the efts o. n p .. b ,-.
otrfr .l0n e. l.B t at ta oo 1e6-youe a ver b ee ka Ualll .
By DRe ther 0 aplrle e ro a pro m tg
4 4861 aea fl h oo i .n a 3 sc .e s ap.a i's ta w a player? It isn't -
.2 .e b.ing doub.m l e Ipt ne deatli in au tg uggl
SIotodthe aattraam# towoeh
uetion ,.ss I we manl o1 atlilO rpt h possib* lto thhat ghe migd wrenhf
estio. n P ort o ae rB au Brl thee tI tIa ea n wl streppns ointo a ope :
wef to tsrI s~ thWI m ~r, ttb-s Mo, -cc p booeOiei ho. nA might catc penumolao
.or .e t b f Io pi le wa May 1;ehl gInt vil-o rsetriee a ball.eq
Q- ."aretheno.."l "d t eeft trite that o gan a
to improve a tam's eI ta- e Moore of the a -ceIt's th tan o'

bloe bout on hai5f n to pu tsle9 n the got
-g ftH oustk on hih head.B eamte gorne. N gan t
th_..e'nan aem in o auto crack up, nou, ...e
.A, pres y tus to sheet.etrGtb so n h esn. te h Iroiwthe faAhing sp kes of r iI -I
1r8 idtbte Ta s yI *ractic rra t sacket rwa teda handringhemt
an o pan d :U6mthe .dInth i ro areat apart weith nm/,b A golfer don't even havertoon .
0 e -, R ode alPiDo l~wafterob hita darttinmg. Ia t t r beall,. as in table|
pge_ 23 teams---tronI he balltisastationd'a ry.

ft gain a geofla I. re-M/R he. UniIT.ONty of PinaY.l- Ylt OUdn bein thrpwn.rom or/ ,'
.p on lstoune. o....s moy He R re pae .fnlW oft thorough eds. Ofhi
Gohlfledaals.rforood i o,

rtel tcalfed him comse but a gefeor r .et.irncno

YPn g id tth.n Jo h Mize
Mont, 4 .ath amt. t, e eaht .erisen b lans soto e ,- =.
halte.. .+ ..-i"N".,- Cy.- WrfToa h 1 he .om" top brek;adeu

CoIf.kill ..---, Ni. |b
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DANe r hagwe to do

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-xfnting insee', and mites a-1 '. Minor dventures ba tfl
g the war frtr.t in Korea has' 4 D.. V, C cluded;' t&4 f irn of. ud d ro 4
: 1'c& the 24-month mission of2 ..w "" ,. '.- ) r, asm a
oma-based r ientists rnow. "w a A mb .n o- 6ti
lm on the IstImus for a few a., O e
V. y before retu ning to his poct ahe i
Dr. Marsnall Hrertig, medical e
iento ologist at t! the orgas Me- oest ae ", ;o *S -*
. orial laboraory in Panama City.
S on the track o: a creature t llit o f vr-r "o ivan A.K I nratid
transmits a rehtvelv new dl- . .. ".,a
-is killedia G' 'lot. 1ntml
Steose which h kiled many a. .. a m a teCJ ..
United NaoLuns troops since it Isthmus vhTl, talor
first blared ,nto the front lines .- .m .'the Sa2iitaP Coei s. l -a -;40 It ,
_4 i the headline in the fall of a e thed." tea istean e ale st
ern reloldod the staff at ckepe.La i,
Made public then was the A former assstatirton aspit pchehsoWot -i
it that 25 American Gi.'Vs 'medOial entomology at ir Wekr
had died of a. litile-known and Medbql School, his worxln
309 understood disease called at 1da5 ied, him to North Cd
a imo hmorrha gc fe. iWhere, from 1924 toe197 he a Btu .. d,
tidemic hemorrh agic fever. a" ae- h dre a- disease e al 'az
t srn the Department of b 4of 9 lthe drac' disease kalr a'kl-zar,
the. Army re:easud some figures r e tol others, underr Rockefel-
o1.*Is disease which not on-:v le Foundation auspices.
l hidpheh mortality rate but qe lti
$so" military handicap. Even a His early training was at the
Ilg.who rerove:s from mI: is lut Univernity of M;nnesota, where
t ftion for at east 30 days. d he was graduated with a BS de-
a United Nations troops in Ko- ree in agriculture i n. 1916 His
*, ere hit hardest in the fall 'Pl.D in 1921 was in medical eth-
*. W4 1 when some 1080 fell sick. tomologv and hb has since done
ik._280 died graduate work at Cornell.
the dead of winte: the in- Like any scientist, Dr. Hertig'
demce 'el1 off but rose again li an let e
'ie spring, of 1952 when aoit is eager to get back to his'work.
/#5, ghters of th.er command He Its glad he wos chosen for it
down wt'emorrham c But a Idea he wants to stress
v and 20-ad ed to Is that It Is a commendable
Am ri tthing for Army agencies to hav
Seasonal c.haracteristc or been willing an4 able to place
,et uladv was dramatized i:n research teams of various kinds
a utumn of 1952 when tie in combat areas to carry on worn
se took another upswine..I f thngm general good of man-
however, only some 3A0,_s O k inrd,
Contacted the disease*: 15 Fananm 3a UA
n i the Americh n armrd ruiini raino l
.s alone. the fatality ratme so Fcr '"'
seven per Bent In 1951, rfive

vered for this killer disease R.tr to- gt
is also knr.wn as Mancnla- chiggeras -a number one Carrlr tutr 9TetD a h .,ru F wr Pohw e.r.
ever Decau.e the Japande susct Otners In lu nre rc W.- r or na
e Rusalans spotted it first fleas and. bloodr .S OM, 3an. 30 (UP)-The 1-
r in themzd-1930s. Beface henoarrha flesd"
,ti e disease was unknown. ntackn espalty in N at.om
rally the military medics sole'x t.,l e .
S.UnIted Nations Comm ltaso toin

e his province. ar .&lbfwi eo r an towm unI t
bField Director of the Corm- before, td hnit Sundasa ft o a government by 303R
iomen on Hesucrrhagic Fev':r, e* thr ea tah 'rnholv hu nts for Pan-vte Ntlt with 12 -mbe
~ problem on which-he is lead- Chis when he b rrhoc bstaininua, n his bid forhaleg b
Sattacrk is that of finding Iw t gT i iPth in Korea.. mtfo a.s
hat transmits the disease. n't buow cm tewis to -1a1apnne in November ruer.
night he will fly to Wash- exiattA""'1tct 4f.t.n :a Bil Mauldin car-
*be told the annual meein wasi .a pinr of G.'s Monlreblsts and neo-Fase'
Sc n islon wic w ma A ith a pstol t rht and Comrrunist
blbshed in October 1952 by vWth ,./t ct Vt1th 4_21111* gt to' illustrate a Let Wing Socialists and Right
Armed Forefs Epidemiolo. vegLa o how medical amst on the f
l Board. Until he makes his nlet Th ou 'the battle' fr k Ont on The C entrist Lber
t mrt at the Walter Red4 earq wIF Wa pping vermin tot-eOlfYthe hi tip
Ay Medical Center and nil- t41 1 l h .,'Wp the malady and their allied Rl e-
a. authnritleq decide what TWO *, dd he story, butt o
e nk be told, the me4leal 'en- Rfhle e on 1 let the Arnmv ir n tic bats lasted
sogist can disclose little of .ie o
awl ohnifcai nature. fIn wb her Itr m, Mitorto m
VIIO did confirm that UN pe- tbas7itted h. blood Tie ss t th ham,
'4me nqo that: 'n Army
.e' l of all components In- die. They" found the L "No U.S. srldler is known to -pr as keystone
a the ROK Army are teer becatilraL prom11 have contracted the disease In of as were threat-
coming down with heworr- Oenfal Marsall Hert a- World War fl Or during the first ene
fever. They don't knvv n't know why be was cd to year of War in Korea. Last June A
er it's caused by a virus or o out to oreaa -after the I' It broke out among forward Wii'theerbls is solved, there tMfOUOE A COUPLE of-!i. 1,
ettsia, Ar. they are n. zllnev e.n killing A.. o who bhad been V s gea sovz oE o
vio whon o golliral election..AI In cycles, a dozen oT w,
what creature passes the canl fUt'the researer tle groun! r 4i 2 'of every three Al- P rCT fO ldehydn s the",
on to man. oratorv which 4e Is attab "Sometimes as many mas teg e communist or .pro All h eh
spring, an Army media In pnama is the field misston men In a unit fell ill at once- ,Mere is a steady ,-,.
n named the common of the Gortas Memorial aIns', oometlnA. foniy one man in a trend- t t eft. In an elec-d'
U-etl -a. ike Ion, een though theym
"The first symptoms a nrobab wa 'rrt get a ma-
.. re. -rpriane: headache, fever, acn- orty- it lee it impol-
3'l Joints and fatigue. The fevr.be tole government
.'Y sbot to -60 degrees, the wir t i orthou
and blood po res- It was t hi
In ock.. ?n the b'r met thtFantanl was doom-
the t ymil makt e the lin rd- ed.
hoal tOI henmorrhag~us ed a i
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another nqquwwhsLaas beel tyone fries mentoned. In
ead team si b y will of t late Car Clark
the Burgeon t ,er4erlJa Office, will attend a perty to draw t r
At. first ar wohe at. $150,060 hOr adrtledbed dstrlO0 e
nt ek tLe i wsher a mlea. uted am o tem.,
tenaa h ne hem- r Clarke, a -cr'tmhlIt Detroito
ehaslafeye eeuter ddelgnat- party_--f. l business exeeo..-
ofds W t pk Mole Army tive. d a Nov ,st th
u for Wi and t ament were t ran1tr u t a final party
,w aOte llr-' they moved to and drWaWbv lot Cfor p of hie
what is noW the 48th Surgical art ted and otdra fain-
Hospital In the out4irts' o Ute- abea."
out. Dr. jre mjroud eft the Ire Wi.t. Sperfied that the
excellent cente Id4ignt en- party be e'Mdote with "dineLr
with ch. P unithad been and rfreatmdlath".

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-unitse 'nvolv ed.6. and
asser--then take the field,
South r6onnaissanca patrat8,
weapons, prepare assault
generally act as if they were
n actual conibat station.
he aggressor forces are con-
Itly harrying the activities of
*gS. troops andc ambushes,
-flights and capturing of
Lpment and prisoners con-
tlyv occur.
he training which begins
h Instruction In the basics of
tie survival, teaches ;the men
it plant foods they -cajtsafe-
at and it tells them that ail
'M blooded animals and birl.s,
well as other creatures like
tea, are.dible.
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r the men are told what lies
hit- fbr them in the jungle,
ItIA .Js -usutly sufficient to
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Two young American medics Trom Pt. Clatob were
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tentleai apar thy wert gound uility of Fol:g a e
Colombian taxi-drvf. TbedeVendants, Will"am t0.
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Splatin putting In clms for the damage, to r r.
A. tjre caused by a heating element In a curundti r g
Saparment destroyed $8, ot wrthof proper d a rd
k.- demolished the apwetment of an Air Force Judge Ad-
vocate employee. Mrs. Loulse Nea:L Her personal los
-was estimated at $2,0. -
Brrrrrrrr I1oniaps were shivering by the end of f
the week as the theqOmeter dropped to 67 degrees
the lowest record a since Marh,. 1951.
It's farewell to the Atumy WACs Who lea*e the slth.
Smnus for good next beek after saervin. here for ser-
eral years.
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meeting lat 'Sunday at the National
ti with President 1 A.. -as tie maIDa in
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delivered his address of Welcome Ina tas. g h.
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record as supporting the prlbciple of equal ay or
equel work In the employment of Panamanan by
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