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:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

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

Notes

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
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00433

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mum facility Int he art of com.- ito account as well as salary when
munication. they cast about for jobs, afiisals
intellectuall trainIng has always of the National College of Educa-
been and will continue to be the tlon report.
rimee function of college," said Hawaii, for example, attracts
Snamberlain. "Blu it -sometimes June graduates with its vacation
seems as if college is tU intellect. lures and tropical life even though
t alna the sense that it erm. beginning salary there is compare.
phasua the rational by -Ign 'l atively low at 0.o.
or undezesmtlats the watal '.Other mew teachers take the
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whit may in patcular instances emote locations, because of rela-
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leogoiRsral im Portland, Ote., $3,40.
onMted. While hae .heaed During the past 20 years, ase-
i s Whale man we have cording to National College place.
made systematic revision / for ment records, beginning salaries
training only part of hm. taking for teachers have risen on the av-
t more or ss for grand that erage of $110 a year from 1,075
the other part would care for It. In 1934 to $1,50 in 1944 and $2.60
Iself. In 1948.
Training the "whole man" for This year. June education grad-
good citizenship be noted, requires uates were being offered slghtly
Intelue1tual, social spiritual, moral higher than the average of .20
an physical development e di which was paid to 1953 graduates.


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Los Colegiales del Mambo


SDA DE MELLO
Bradman dancer who brings to
Panama the romantic dreams of
one night in Rio de Janetro.


ZENAIDA DEL6ADO
ExotIe International Dancer..


PABLO ACOSTA
and his Orchestra,
HUMBERTO LEWIS
Muter of Ceremonies.


ENJOY YOURSELF!
Have the most pleasant moment of your life!
Pay a visit to the
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to' handles of small
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Texas. V.lankn was the former MisWas Ana Newhard,
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mathen at the-.eu, and their

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t biti. *se- no. a o-year-oold. liko
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-at ,.se buest depaments
85 1p far i housewife's $
thDepA t Abuea us ion theAgtlure
Wnor At..Cfcmi 0. pa. d Nutrition. It has
Ia- the lbdlp( S Is studyinS vey facet
Joe kWa tomma the T l buewmork-how to mLake It eso
hti a vprymnall Sirn d Fefficlente Available
t5tM vadSoomartled Ml the best a of
r .----.. ome cannang, home met
- Ahoah dre- McKee f t or thrifty meals, how to
bur we nsa mdke o plp qov-
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rf W= I no We-teg
Mr. W. C. Hiller entertained
with a morning ceed N at her home
at Coco flao Friday, to tenor
Mrs. 0. B. ray who is leaving
for the Statien.
7)e group consisted of the Girl
Scout leaders and the mothers of
the s In Mrs. Gray's troop.
They pruented her a Madeira ta-
ble dcoth and napkins as a fare.
The coffee table% was centered
with orchids and Mrs. R. E. Tor.
ster Peslded at the coffee table,
Mrs. IL Thiee assisted the
The other ladies present wver
Mnrs. J. Largent Mrs. J.
Tate M.rs L. J. Biieelo, Mnrs..M.
M. %atler Me'. T. P. McGann,
Mnrs' Joe Bhlowkl. Mrs. F. X.
PhIlipp, and Ma James Facer.
NK dudCb Social
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? Apt. D. Nw t H, brake al-
; lam flti di t f ekA

.3 76. FSALE:-N47 od erx.F'
f- lwnit buy at borgolnpice.-l*ouse
n 2'' 1 .2-A Pr Curdu 420S.
.24kw DC FOR. ALE-. 9 Fwordor -
.. $1 -O- 'oA-C0"r
Bed0 c o n4 F a f i t c o t ew .

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a m.oeF S eA.4, r .do1 .9F2_I ,i ton-

-'feroor5; drobs- o. 2000 ite, 195.
12,1adrople.s tablw $8; 251 -D. Cocoll.
w $3; patio table ;
. S Tmk.: $5 o'ore FOR SALE:- 1948.- $W
as b6king set $35; vacuum sedan, good conditiM. 39 Tele-
$29; mscelloneous. Phone phone 83-5267, Crundu, -


'SLL-Furniture: aole uphol
l 'brown, I yr. old, excellent
rf; set of mhogaony tables,
topped, just refinished; two
d. one coffee. Selboo 4177.,
5 lE:- ldroo wset, 9 pieces,
tw b etci, excellent con-
TO. .br ,k ..?.
| !vLE:-FrlIldoire "Cyclamotic"
10-cu. ft, rfrligeretor, only one
'vr, gqkcllent -ondition; also eIlc-
rk it* s i'an goad condition. Tele-

Ur:-Beoautiful mahogany din-
J.-rhim furnituf; mahogany cof-
ita desk.and matching choir.
1441, Apt. A. Owern St.,
DR SALEi 5'-plece benmbo ur
00;is dlpingroom set, 9 pieces
O 49h Strmet ,Nfi. 0. Telel,
46 w, .13417 office


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FOR SALE:-1951 Macad Ultrnm.a
tic, w/s/w tes, blueI t~ w up-
holster; Lionel pectric' train;
Craftsman jig-ww;- Jukebox.(Packr
ord Playmorel. Phone, 8313284.
FOR SALE:-'51 Ford V-8 Deluxe.
excellent shape. Coill New Careal
2-2975.
FOR SALE:-1947- Hudneo wCmow
dorm-Six 4-door sedan $300. 9864-
B. Diabln.'Tel. 2-3678..
FOR SALE

FOt SALE: W e annd cone
house. xcellwt condition, 15th
Street N&. 4. Son. Fancaco. 'Via
Beliqrrio, Pqra: .2 comforefpile
apartments.' spcious. Ground .floor
produces $50. monthly. excellent
tenants. Top floor Is unoccupied,
awaiting new owner. There ore of-
fers for renting putaoirs for $75
monthly. .Pric $10,0OO0; Cao de
Ahorros mortgage $30.- W t do
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loee r, like new; porch 6
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4o atof hi fteoloweua w IM.i
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)ELA (UP) A The ex bii, will b uon-com.
It al t x- petltve. JU o will b to
ed tor Peace- show haew tdru O aut the
s op d fs ply rather thanu show i
.M dt Sque., ug. 4. vi.,d 4 Mml talents.
ifeaU wete et i taut.
teof the squar.- Miler described the ex.ibtion
I"dipMde.au Haei. as-a vMisl .docmiAnt qtobildreu
to na and iater n an umraDm coad e u.
etl have be in. pejon ofite U f basle
unityfount in ddHdrw euywbta

Mlonef the amrt of eah other today." be said "y'i
iN _bUfl anmd a *161v'Tm-fTdRtaudMig
e ran' dr K- the adul, te. *o -leo
and 6 "flasbik Ist o0ui&
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A- trla 2 dctat now .p rit4urel 6 aanrt'nt .v
(rin Auan reartes rm'i"?ns"ye.r 3-3404tW
of ca 3C rM ?f*0*30 p:maw& WJlm.:
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leaders #s 1* Uent two marc sa iq u
weeks., r "tloroeoablyT UIcom. I
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NEW YORK (TANS) The
summer theatre, ~dee a"ioat ex-
chively dvote to letltlmate
clusively, matei a
plays, has teei jla ow a i
great extent y shows in
the past fal tars.n t0Ua trend
is increasln'gccO)id G to Gus
SchirmerC .one .othe inot ae
Utye p usel and dirotonr of
muieal p age shows Ior sum-
mer theatres, :. ",
The uinr &Itealat isea el,
1n o -14 wefs no, provide klWtf
for more 0tha 09 aet f.
era, mlsiciabs, aers ifd
niclans in every theptfic

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ett. simlner eat in
l tre .offe current Bra '
wy m icals featur l, younger
Drddway talent. Other- lIpresa.
o d Uowi 'the lead l "l
o both stadrd operatiii
mad odemrn musical comeqdis .3
e~t regular sumer mial fI
p is also .led t way lin '4k
te indoors to on-
re wwprebt hsarr .of
The ,ext sobp in twe- i of
musicals, aee g to chlf ,
cemie In l4 when St. Johh b
reII decided to try .combinin'61-
ISeal shows with theatre th
round and to offer the resultant
product in a tnt. His MulBa.Or-I
cts at Lambertville, 'N.J. has
as sequently spawned a dozan
oxIte If it.
Meanwhile, in the same yr,
the musical summer
g was bor. This is a trin
rhow in which all but the pria-
lroles can be filledty meamI
f a resident summer. pock
a. Managers af 'sumMa r
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stock flitae., who hid been hes-
itant about trying to produce mu-
atealp with thpir regular compa-
nies, were new ible to book these
medical to provide ca nag e-of-
pace for the audiences,
This summer, "Oklahomaa" Is
being. re I led for summer stoek
for thfit, 1t1 ine -and,l"&hirmer
predicts;, pactilly eveoy major
summertheare oin te country
.will be". tgits owirerhlon of
of the &er and o ai rsteir



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sid He e to start maiag xapened
the movie Munich, Germany, NBC but
wt arch. Jack Ben
ws was .f.r st
pfiou __ & Yr y in IM. It MBob Ho
a lived its greatest ucess wleit .
in the .at, three, years. During
t et ti, ed the Unid Overhe
Stltesipyed in most European sweater,
capitsh retumed to the United th o
States for a lo Mew .York run, thing
then again toured principal .
cities. '-
MBepe said the operetta will be
filmed- with' the cast which .Is
prseatly touring In the produc-
tion, With a few exceptions, it Is
the Wsle cast which played in the |
The 'folk, opera's words and mu-
sik were. written by Ira and t t
George Gerahwin. The opera wa
taken from the book "Porgy
writtenloby the late o bose He-
wari ad his wile orotby.


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- WEEK-END RELEIAEl -


dBs b,' OWii'l
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-And go, if the wheat crop s
-skimpy and the beef herds dwindl
sad therW a bat.b year in corn,
Am't hblte it on the weather.
poW be dbt of debbil, TV.
SSIhirley Bel gets a big kick out
Shirley Booth getp a b e kik out
litat picture, "About Me. Lea.
e," wheh is a large ecoomy-
soe .oap.4pra;
"One. thing, about California-
no. matter how hot 'it gets in the
day time, there's nothing to do at
night"-

'Bein both a good B klyn pod.
wer fan adt an ntrepl dOvil-mayi
care jounillat, I ttoqk ny life
my hands and journeyed up to
drket Park Avenue. There, In
& luxurious save,, lives tie savage
Durocher trlbe-LUppy Leo, the
manager of the New York Giast,
and his lovely wife, Laraise Day.
'Leo was away when I elled.
Something to .o with a baseball
game being played. But Miss Day
was at hbeoe, mot or less. Her
body was there, but her spirit was
at the Polo Gwounds. She wak
watching t ame and she
politely etbfltIedi doors of
the set to talk. But sli kept one
pretty eYrP qw-g ,pkety ear
oecked..I thn dre..tieo- the.
gali* ** -r
.-"I like doing panel show,"
said Laralne, who appears on the
"'le Got a S Wt panel. "Thllere'
no rebliesal-ust go to the station
and' o to.wo* And I've got the
saigehands trained-if there's a


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Smy writers sold it to
pe says. "two O %Wlt
Min w, ,atunt'..ot as
aspectct' -
ird: "Sure, it's a pretty
Marilyn,.. but don y790
u'rb stretching good
0 tar?"


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"we cancel a*to
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meot woud wgat' to d
me with So we
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America aga." ,
Things ale slow alt S
ls m .---*- .'
Roscoe Keqris Lasto do.
out how maq hor m '
done on "Rn s
(DuMoat). $Se
and plr i d i
with eut Wtat-
would take sat
to pe, ar the eo
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Tke annual American Independence Dy four oft
I~tlak will be cot sted today by a smal I :sct
rW ar .distance 6f o-mile- nd-five-sixztMthiS for
Sh of $2,000 added.
track's best haree his mOneuver caused im to
to ateb rttrdes, an several lepWth wen the
S ea Do Antoao at ll aul W IWde 9 urning
V haompio Into the homestretch.


9- %oft Nef, lna--
last-am sar-
b the bigW So Note paid1.. Jcy $leS.
inSgpto o5 oweyer. sch rl e iW
commonpla, M .estreday and It-

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MC Avie thei Tsesiaen a

mole pibed a dub- r one-two paid $708.60 -
.tmile race last week tos for the day.
won post-to-post Kui Floro.s uba Vasqu
Alormina. and Victorv OtobEft Ar
', it would be no dle honors with -two victor 5
.tu* hearted edach.
Adand-Maja Mia The dIvends
gash his est b st 2.40
Is the other 2-Darene MAC
t rated a chance 3-Turf LodeL
overles. This "hard- i-Port
Usually in the mon. --Portl f8 f
but has yet to 2-r Fru p.0 4.
Class "A race. His con- s-Dons G u.. .0.
L perforaees now.F ble: (Lady Martha-



c ae to seriog as breaig s r--ta-l A
av will also be races tomor. URTOflH RACE
Sfthe a pastula. The tea- 1-Turs f0ts
ticswif be a $750 aeve iar- 52-Ear4que 6 2.SB
cas for newcomers which t-.Diana wa.40.
a won mare than two races Qulnalel: (Tul'a-EBrqu1ta)

A hleh rats In I 1- lCrusada M.20 3.40, 280
d tdo tois date. The 2-BDaly Nj4nM_ 4
'3^ caled Col. Marcos 3-Lujoso __.
i 'u le tt hMs or 1-Bedulno 2.0, 540, 3
thda poPareooP. the Stud 2--Tolea $4.0, 13
mclss t thee-far-od 3-Pale fane 3.
beay colt Soft Npte S0ENT BA
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4-Okiland. 1.
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6-0. Wonder A.Lo. 118 -ast w x

dM Race 'NOe.Winner' 44 FePmta: $35t.1P-s 4
ON TWO


1-Naranjazo
2-Chepanlta
3-Tampol'
4--1--
5-(.Toe
8-C. de Sapo

4th Race "F"

I-Sirens
2-Mufieco
3-Consentida
4-Rlomar -
--W. Fleet
6-Volador

5th Rise "B l
1-M. Goddesm
2-Petite
3-4 O-Gararle
S--Winsba
6--(G. Pa.
7-(Goldena .


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R. Vas. 110 r-Prolising,
A. &s. 11 -Rates beat
-.1, 40 100 -Retuns reasn
M. 6uat. 100 -Is no raeoO -
J. r 110 -Will-wn soon
FP L 112 -Improving Slowly

Imported 7 P.Pure. $W&5M PFO el ee:
QUINILA
A. OGL. KOx-Distance suits style
V. OCdo. 116 -Will do better now
8. Carva 101x-Blazing early speed
J. OO&. 101x-Oould score atprie
0. Cal 108 -Lat was raeesu.
Means .. 100x-Dauneroua contender

C" Native 7 Fgs.Prse: $3U.eW Pl elee:
0 M. Oua. 10 M never better
V. RoeM 124 -W l handicap
a J. Brave 110 -ft't lost yet e
J. Chuts 101 ot chance
A. GOn. G-l Snt effort 'last
A. V. 111-hould b runner
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6th Race "E" Imported % VFPg.Puarse: 5-. Pool elo e: 3:3U
F t Miee of the Double


1-Stage Barge R. Vas. 116 -H good workouts -14
2-Tanger J. Avila 11l -Rate good change 4-1
3-Pavero F. Rem 112 -Ran poorly last time 8-1
4-OGrlu V. Ordo. 110 -avorite in mud -1
I-Plorera A. Val. I1 -Return-ln good phape 5-1
--R. Alligator 0. San. 115 -Better chanc be" 4.1



A-S1. bea 11$ --Rcellent rac' last 3-2
-Ft i R. Va. 118 -Dred another class 5-I
--8Uf m R, oms 108 sCould ore at price 10.1
4--Weut J. Cado. U5 -Rider handicap 10-.
a-Rsp1 chum Agu. 118 -Serious effort here -1'
-Oramwo r. Roae 112 --Good chance form- 3-2
7-Verblerdia Gongs 10nx-Dont overlook In mud 8-1

th Raee "I" Imperted 4% F.e: $375. Peeool jpmes: 4f:I

1-T. Colns1.. V. Order. 116 -Nothing to Indicate 8.1


100 -FMatest a
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SK. l 115 --Mutuals fav ta even
115 --Impressive n oe r s5-1
486- -Bla-sng early oot 5-1
I -.. 1ll --Drlped in c 3-1
118 --Walked"aT MImaT 5'-1
SW:1Y 115 -Excluded from betting x

6th B1U^. iy Chaste" I-5/16. Pursi 6eet.* e (added)
I1-Itel n F. idl. 108 -Nothing to feemmend 10-1
x.'abtes 100 -Would pay fat odds 25-1
S-Ami 7 V. Ores. 120 -Hard to beat here 2-1
4-Main Road L. GlaL. 128 -Returns a shape even
&-4Dk M*lliMM Lt AgW. 112 -la "do-r4 Affort 2-1

11th Ruae AA" Imported 7 FP.Purse: S37S. Peol eleses: mxx
1-Meroamatru J. Br ao 118 --RverythUna kh data 1-2
*o1 0. Chanis 115 -No. I contaor 2-1
-R.1 R.L. I110 -WIl fight t teit 3-1
4- a Vat 110 -Pepends o start 4-.


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In a pin, as wind tnaones for Pr h had $245 In hs, oO e,
e engine otfea e.ithe equipment on himself ha-th e
,7 she6dued tis thei *orwe-and had-not to ethla'flr
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wder was out on the' track a o h.
*,e L Blrkdal eor $4 050 worth of clothing and
,.4 old-whackyi tack reposed in his locker in Mona. mm .
Ithey are mouth's air-conditioned ockey'.
w'~~e hron: "tbo! a ,attendanceec*~~~. -SDL~O
nna Mike's equIpment Is simple, but
..+..._...+ ,- -.,I ef winning moat au th/ hand made and of
deuce, ca- necessity tailored espealy p1oF
instructed him. A, jockey plaes at .e
elfrminate phasis on the roper. weight,'
naEU~e when and fit of suck items as sn
cuTseat stupH boots, wHa ) and.fetrherweV6
eonfetti. I'd silk Pllm pants.
ad an he :but.eo ld e sed, Aon S rt owlythigtat .5




doesn't supply Is his blouse or cl.4
Britishs or. Each stable hsits .wnd.
o.$lfer vu with The Jockey Club ad
olt L succiss.ythes, are made Rp by the
aprsona for jockeys who ride for i'hi.
ba n Thee dwstincutve pattern s are the,
hen oprinpal means: .0 identitfyclting
.,d-whickYs. horses Inthelhe r ind dust of a
a t nd. ancd ress thr.eea d d,
t that cost from -M to $120 each.
~ta I D. His boots, m enis of leather but
wiig, mo less thti n three pounds o
I've birn hvingl'ghits
d ance, ca ,nc ss ty t : aired clhe m ust
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Whips, of dty-woven d lfeatherw
thing and should tBri the British or fberglus 4 1 each.Whts w d -
Open whatever weight my presp whhigfch rgideresd ex
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The asttimeI ws ovr ~ to make up any difference be- a dosen T-shlrts, goggles and stir- every time be rides a winner, $3
els ie!wsoe hrtween his weight and that as- rups. Ifor second, $15 for third and Il
I played In the Ryder Cup Match- ledn thehnwghql s riding are Mike Duran pays his valet $4 eah for all otera.
1)40. I won both oL my matches $la each. Thu protective f ib' arbruherato nevery.Umne.he.ldesmnd$7 when Ilfand wbhuz.he f s litalk.
thee, oun I mdddo prttyskull cap he wair Is a $17 item..he wins. A valet Is. indson. aab.race Compechion, wil gd41
Girth, whtich to secre the for a jockrey makin ebaa quwick r cent of all his horius'.4ar
goo Job with tIe Brit.ib saddle, are ma set. Other Items changes between races. I np, but that looks like a bows
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Spalt andt In Ioad, the 1ode lad W a
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o or thre AT A LINd T IRB m o e-uestte sws aftcal ved theMa j da t he ie ,, g and
prdusta sof water colors to a somewhat disiterested pa terl. votes cast waSed t
"elae" the umstlateu"ly W lul
tofttfe with D hours to selling my pictures. I Theliettle French girl. Is at tr- Delaware s imlar aly < Btt ,
n. m ."get around Iix olars apiece iand a ed to ctmue Wee paped tPhe lika
L.always manage to sell at least eareer.. Ome has area dy ad ewam e.t was -thet
one. It's .au amu rg wv to bit parts ina Youple ofit totr n Utah's eletio, ni
u. make a living and. meet all but a career In the cinema does of the landlocked state ho She
(UP) -John sorta of Intereatinl people?' not tempt her. The suoceam of -ea -a memory d 11 it 14
iLrt a oly Recently ub gratduated rm her a show and a certain amount MaVn wheat crop. of the r se t a
= water colors to 'and now has of publicity la one reason for this t la s im8. The cropi were
OW bY sng -"- aone-man- soweIn.&-g-lleryon decision.attacked by swarms at .
beml the s'wank ak bourg, g pU on -, when themo culls came e bom l 1
Ows a black ith sho ore. Her prime have amne'p ac- "Now that I have c roa athe. ladsa of Great Salt
Sthe only one In ordingly to between $60 and river and been invited to eau- devoured the Insects, 'vl sV th
$ .ta ylhle for the season, I will aW- Wti wheat. A ba m
old blacksmith can Art critics has not bden too ble to dell my pictures or at glt now stands 1bto ;
to better times when unaltinad to Po cette. But one least $25," Ia he way she Clou- Alabame is the -
iE the means of bee any us isito ex- jates. have -hoson the- wo
he ee is opinion mo em- With therceeds of her gales yellewhammaer woeq~ r
I with nt of t_ +in the vi"itor's book: Pe"cettewilbe able to'fulill at flicker, was named i L a
DK 1., madly dad ts A~ .hidingwould not hurt least one of her ambitlinsa-- unit of Alabamians IW the Civil
'lhve age Is f de. w ctte te kind of brat acquire a pair of custom-mAde War who adopted the 1nick"s
14 8 vestiges &the who a lh k tPop doeskins lacks. "Yellowhammers."
and Momtt and rety, "r Itav- "Canary. yellow." he adds,
sta t budn er e "becauseou see, they will have The only seacoast state to oh d at fsi e.
s -hop. Now fthav e their kloorto there will Inevitably attract at- leeid, thd pelican. Vloild a. snd
Jay r oand rs toetjudla that her art tension, -and the other lar that Caiforna favored land a
sie.tid .'who an eno alnt l elncompat- they never will wea ct." 1 w i the mocklablMadadn pro gAm
Id III t toco" ig- le wlt 1t4r1' Clients' mood. A real worlting studio Is an- quqL. h
* centsK Metoft he asked about this, Pou- other of her- dreams .ruffed. oI
APPOL.V P '-'- s her shoul- a clgiptng book and a little ring-necked pheasant are the
black.aoebbook la which 2000 other game birds e afdallyaft


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INDPEDNCE DAY...



LT US PRAY FOR EVERLASTING



| FREEDOM IN T AlE nAMRICAS!


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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
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MOTORS
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Tere'l are s .teeply graded,.pew
IttteaetleveIt enrtrauses ae
n d direct accept o tle
',la much thigh propofionu
*om6 employees, tfe comv u
tI powdere nroo adjtaent
eatih relt room. Rest reoms, i
aosit hop oedUt, wa ct l
s a sesi privte, stiu wb
A largest budir terrace will d
j aBthwo;tao try dlplq
In plegat raftdth. op
'R. oati. rom AB atb room, *
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Artlta and wrlteir will wot a
smali enat private *'tsadi"
whbch ill allow bett ee onetra.
tiaes. TeI bulIIng'r north wal wil
b.fashionled alost entirely of
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for the constancy in which they have

guRarded their ideals.


LA OFICINA MODERN

J. S. SALAS & CO.
UNDERWOOD CORPORATION


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Phoneq 2-1754 24567


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It is the glory of the United States that shows
the power of.what personal liberty is... what
self reliance, energy enterprise and hard sense


1776-1954


men can develop when


they have liberty!


o l, who b i feet, 2 Inche
ta s s he has no trouble living
b oell .. except I hate
o on es belonged to the
Children, who played in it
they weren't in the adjoin.
.3oom mashaon, with its
SPO greenhouse and
The ana haa been
ei lip into art nts ance the
i mamis said he remodeled the
doll house as a bachelor apart.
ment.
"That wa" befoe I met Zeaka,"
hi said. When got married
-food that the I e homse =
a.. d itself to us, or at least ve
SMr' Loomis was born Zelkt
-M in Czechoau& ka. AftMr
War I, when the Russins
9 k ever the Caech umderrouni
iW h 3herreaogh tbr z iweld.
t I aor io hAt a and
= Ko"e Swilterlad. 81M spent
iAumA Ith there and then went
6 e-m tot he United States.
-40 ad her -hand em.. alter
.e s ad th were married
S -W age.
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Inoue. "Certainly the kobagk
of young talent bike this I au
important ste yalon the a d
to understand be tween na-r
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V.Z EIPRSSIONISTS, These water colors, both by II- ar-old sch 1.
am, asre two of the e pictures in an exchange exhibit with abIien of Norw l, es. Ar,

B ( JAWMk aFLO By H HENRY MINOT F
/NEW YORK (NIIA) Savl AYER, Mass.-(UP) When
.. -- -... it to kids to break down Inter- mother sends junior off to school
national barriers. Language e- here, she knows he's going to get
E er has been much of -a prlem there, alive and unhma ra.
.when small fry geo together a y.. For this Is the towq I* chil.
0. way. Now t ey're making Mends dren almost never are hu. I u.
S1- by sending each other ctures tomobiles.
SL l. i halfway a round the worl It's nearly there years Since a
:' eThis junior grade internatlon- child has been hit byt a cr on .he
S' alo od will Is an exchane art siree s of Ayer. Beuat that x.
exhibit between student' eo pub- traordinary safety recot .-lies t
s t schools. In Osaka aan and story of a pollee chet who undem
of the pivermineo ouh ; hoel stands smal fry and hesbeare able
ofAme Art In Norwalkd Cn to m a mntk them atyndd
We j o i thiC cO The show is ttled "Art .rom through a novel program,,




iJapanese painters as pppostpd to Anybody iyn town would oufr
te traditional or Teltent group. to Police Chief U t L s.
SA e L A rugged, ruddy- od man w
tO the U i LO Ar The anoexhibit seontats of about Ia hek of gray haI and a elusy
sprin by the CENTRAL AVE 131 the of four and 14 working whose wall are covered highn-
Ini water or i^oils and or yon. way safety citations .
The store with .the tempting shirts e o of ie worlka- age to rkvoid c idt
365 different styles painter all s .a to ybhere din town would brU
the pitues, but the ophltlt message personally to the cli.-
-1 ci,.d sense of color and conception in to schools. As he lall
T A 0pie exhibt n of dioua sihra ue ranevey thai and. sy
o pitu byohil4ren be1Wee iastlea het occupies a ft iaoihee
CENTRAL AVE. 131. the ages of rand 14 wong who wals are covered w1 .



In water color, o and crayt onway fdeth uta ghon.



SHowev ermost in "f theworksIn- yI t' 960 ot .to
The store with.the tempting shirs thnk en ot their ay the cht
a GREETINGS arol, A. acommonoure of chid ethe
tAsi n ll children's art, tlere the bell %sogwuds.'





hI a freh essandespontan den is the school bus. But under




hthe pictures, ut thee ned Sta atit- message pers lyt o t, -.d
ad Senseoft color and cOncep. n I scosA to tift





-their Independence wnne desrn In h ne r a sgour. It a L h
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cr iM ic ser h and pithtee uate anrs the
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GREETING" A common souce of shaeld see[l.
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In..oa.,. smn8and, M and be rand,
,rasracanex- AGO(e At least
Os, collected eight statesrequire a dunipal
,1oyes to prom iioylty to thet
oU.verforo thof government
'..'. '.tiphel As e a on. state andit
Nrths -Drkotaorequlrta, Onoal
Texas,r i.as, New Je quires
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.ce.INorth D Texas anibOra
jU L y -,.reuireadposivateshoolsdg
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W 'or diNau e i'o
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or .r dpiee betwpeo midnight
ind. si.. Auto niuffia are rL-
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tr Ue *trolley tr gaW. or
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InBed Than Me n
BSTON- (UP) -- women
than mne etfiane in th hazardous
pacticeQ aalaking An bed, thb. I*A
st8tit For Aker L ag rtsorfp.
A'aptflon survey reveajd
4t t per emnt of w aoen fe
do t&i as against only 48 per et
of hten smours.
'S many men and women drop
off to Bleep thSte
nad's N9.1 persia the Itegbrk
o. fMCI Caused by iefa*6
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Mt ty WGrees to. h United 1nii
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anew. I reib. Also, *10 ~ut r sJY__ did,,tot, uug, tIkarm
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greetings o the United Staes
of Amerlca on her 178th


ANNIVERSARY OF
NDEPENDENCES W


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,irt 7 of Independence.


NOVEY, INC.

TION MAT.IIAL4.


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Senate ApproI

3 (UP) 141-mUlion-dollar benefit. Both
aprov- chambers agreed on slightly ... .
v s $1,- different versions of a provislont *.
oni btn to exempt from income taxes the
business ffrst (1,200 of retirement Income -
selective for persons over 65.
O.nly al e nat ote


K gt emunmatod
vote was 4 to 9.
v after the MNate
.lb, th fourth'at-
NI days to ram
!aI income tax


Only a remnant of the a4-
ministration provision for tax
SPlfe for stockholders survlvet
tW Debate batted. 6u v
As. passe4 by Sh< Itc'pbthe


4'p dispel it2wit
tha.the iw~dftIl
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ould aw t- are beus h wit.
SWrite oft new equip- vs of thftiopnal poi
.-farer rate, thus re- cer, heart an tuberculous a
St lag during those an aThe purpop of the
S meIn M leadaeis tot .up an atit-il
a* aving the first ale cited und this yer.
At its last manual meeting
eafehatgmnM ais tr" chest membership voted to al
.W rm Men vould other fund-raW agencies
0 o h. M BUII cooperate in making one untia
Me. Jeb T ppeaL each yar, In order to M
S that moe spare soUollc ro m overwor
Slitr ed by and contribuMra from aano-.
V. buying dance. The outlool0, 'at this wIt .
I5Me tax re- ing, does not seem ome
etu nt inranls ations think they can do
""'otlnue until beter byonWit alone. OtherF M
01aipvhuent mawl- are afraid they would lose their M
m become tax rate Identites and their best work-
w1 ,,WHS t fiaysr IWO recently-publfaed, srtl-
^ e*1 cl8 throw llht on this quegon.
"Who Get? Your Charity Dol- 1
Hi1 i r^ it lara?,." written by Jerome illi.- C
rate dropp" to0 son for the June ;6 issue of The k
reh 31 but .the Saturday Evening Post, noted I
Voe that Anerlcann give $,4000,00.- e
wouldgivTean a year to "chrty."
year tax Of tsY Mr. lton,* a
a no rmal .1 ,l .f S to oft-,*
Iffoiu a IWT -out1M 7,1' ,
to-workin Ctlnl thi AW nt h Red Creod
who mus atI an Orgaisation which meetM
thhiall stan yards. Elson says:
."The National Foundation for C
-M adell Infantile Paralysh is the lyI
t 1 whose one of the majtW njoanal klIer-
4m Mr own money disease drives which does not re-
Ue t eele.e ceive the unreserved approval of 4
would get a the experts I consulted. The e;. i

L: A Mon ond on Erao (9)

I SAY. THESE WM
.YCHARLES MORID A
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A r d to a Peon a at surfwe, ba
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veautw yra. qesweusboe Iablte. tubes ae pleW .as
dlediin ntanhInet
~en ponhbarB t ta U abov. Paster bmes wt4b rope or
isA a baqrele uii She. avo fbeling at cate (A. ,te
,ri, t '. ue s p fe, each m.tube with belting to plywroo
ItMl praistsW a Is mol nasiWg opper is asmlcop-
S ar, 6ee a, as indicated (B).a
&/a&.twem'how realMA Imh pla tm with mw
Sat ...... a and two coat ofspar vami to
--UMN #A4" ^""i*'S' paint). AttaBh heavy rope or old
a4 gaideas bo to .sedges for buffers.,
S t-abseav eanm- iwn. Rubber mata taSmed
o* rGo mm If 5 Oppe to surfnas wt prevent slipping.
!pinf sah MgaBl s;il; old A word ofl cautil .ieBr raft
ai bmesM ruer miata In shallow water cf* new-aWlm-
Round oa cormne and chamfer me-r. Adequate supem'lfm must
a edges f of plywood with a rasp. be provided, of course.


Pdyc-Doodle


-7
r PLAT this tricky "game of
choiel" In whidh you may dis-
co ver something intesting
about yourself, add together the
figures mn your age. If the total
is 9 or leas your key number 3
If the total Is 10 or more, your
key number Is 4.
Now complete any'of the de-
sIgna you like in the Agure above
by drawing along the dotted
ines. Draw ovsr only as many
nes as your "kes indicates.,
Try to choose lines that com-
plete design. After you have
done so, dta letters of designs
you have completed and consult
below for Interpretations.
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ei'auM|3=qa jfWoeb a w
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so enoaew ei s oU o naPae-y
:emltug peisiduco nea ji tsaymm


Spelling Game





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R a party spelling game
that's fun, try this:
Prepare a set of five or six 36-
square dlagrams as shown above
for each player In the group.
To play, each player ain tur
selpota a letter of the alphabet
Letters& o Mse ted must be in-
serted by all players. They do
so with this objective: to build
up as many words as possible
across and down an In a cross-
word pusle.
When all 36 squares have been
filled, host or host tallies the
scores. Each twqoletter word
formed (either vertically or hori-
sontally) counts two points;
three-letter words count three,
etc. If two words appear on one
line, count the longest


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i Mea P o i nicMV


W HElN the Grange had Its an-
S anu picnic, every farm
truck in the vicinity lined up to
oarry per*4=s from the Grange
hall to the picnic grounds. On
the way to the grounds, an acci-
dent disabled ten of the trucks,
-so it was necessary for each of
the remaining trucks to carry
* one more person.
Whme the picc was over and
it was time t ,return to the
Gran e ball,' I t discovered
that b .pga ofmIMetaing had
diabl I m aor ti, oks. So on
the ,nttu trip there were nfee
peropfhior* In each truck than
who they *art In the morn-

How Sany persons went to and
Rujw 1' p 01 *lS|1J 0
paq see at *susu Si Iga, 1=04
so pqluw l eam *eaop *eqoaq

a aq eav .a es qjl, sammV
&AR M?
lD you her
About the
guy who asked a
young lady what-
ever became of -
that dizzy red .
head her husband ULl
used to run
around with?
Guess what -the fU
lady replied. WV to
j ,w As .eluk 1c* a
TONGUE what anin
TWISTERS wing eno
REPSEAT the
following 1. Ferdina
rapidly aloud:
Tommy traced 2. Jumbo
tracks where tree 3. Moby I
tooak trod. 4 e--
Wild and wool-. "
ly Will I I am 5. Rudolpl
Wheately wound 6. ChantUc
weed wreaths.


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shown, and not
%wlip to dia
turbl th bh audi-
ae, h took be "TiM Ieat ucebd IW iat,?
seat p the aisle towartL the erI the the eater.
During the showing of the plstres the husband
eU uleep mad drmed that no w being attack
yya tapdtt, who, whi he refused to give up his
money cluthed him by the throat and began to
strangle him. At tahs moment, the program beong
over, the wife started ua her way up the aisle.
She rEcognIled her sleeplog. t aband, patted him
nlEpuf&Ill on tha head and ha eMn nw.r-..aedl


va-UZ.------5L -c li SnM Vyu.--maus
What's wrong. with the story-?
iunp sill
Inoqu aq aM q nuoCaM p no oAq 'Me ised inolm
pinus daeta Ul pp inusppe uw a si eal *tme sJaMV

For Square Shooters
"SO YOU were shooting you: air rUle and acci-
L dentally hit the window. Well, we'll just take
the *at of that out of your allowance, young man,"
said Jimmie's father. "How large did you say the
window was?"
"It was square, four feet from top to bottom."
replied Jimmy. "At seventy-five cents a square toot
that's exactly 5&"
. "YoU're not only a poor shut, but a poorer mathe-
mnUclta," sighed the boy's father. "Four times tow
to sixtqen, times $.T5 la $12. At a dollar a week it
will tape you exactly 12 weeks to pay off the
damage*.
"1 dot't like to contradict you, but you're wrong.
Dad," replied Jimmy, and to his credit he proved It.
How ?
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j eqI, "p qs-puouump msea opula *sqj., IauVs


CR YPTARITHM POSER
HER are two ways of solving the multiplilcation
problem given below-ap easy way and a hard
way. Can you find them both?
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Out two pieces of wood to replace pages
in each book. Thieneam of iood will de-
pend on book dimenalons, of course. Notch
bottom of 'one piece of wood for each


Fun With Crypto-Crax
N'RYPTU-CRAX are substitution cipher problems
in which lsolvers are asked to decode the punch
itnes ut amusing quips. This week's problem is as
follows:
Baldy: "You'say this is good hair tonic?"
Clurk: "8Z VULQ 8V. SQ NX X IUVXtZHtI
BNH tHHL zN FHLJ HUZ BSZN NQL iQU.N
I
XKR NQM KQVYZ1 XJ VMQ X X AUW.VZXNq.
CRYPTIC HINTS FOR BEGINNERS
L 'ETERS are declpheied by examination and
Analysts ot occurrence and funcUun. rui in-
stance the letter X appears twice by itself. Since
there are but twu generally-used singl-lettel words
i the aglish language- A and I-it follows h
must te a substitute for ltheie of these. rrwal and
error are required to determine which. As it turns
out we'll' give you the answer to get you started).
X la a substitute for A. Now. using the space be.
tween lines, place an A over e6ch X. Continue to
!ook for clues.
Double letters within words present another, led
Two-letter words are often: It, as, ur, on, it, to.
ny, In. etc.: three-lettel words: and. the, but.
Remember, as you insert possible letters or letter
combinations, make the insertion wherever the sub-
stitute letter or letters appear.
..'iqniunm
* puqi si.' p Jxsu sip pal l IA t qllal h ino iJoo
&qi ooul oq .tamr ilna u isA *9sA si nj,. ~ amensT

Can You Find TEN B
H OW quickly
can you find
10 squirrels hid-
den in this pie- ,
:ure? Chee k (
them oft with a \ l
brown or gray ,
crayon as you do:
Sn i s h coloring
the rest of the
picture later.
RIDDLES
Why as snow
like a maple
tree *1
dI Ul N *o.W" Il J
When is a blow /
on the head like 4 1
,i piece of fabric? U (
"lia i 5| 1 a 4aa -
What does
!very young \ '
lucklimg become
when it first l
cake i to the '- /
water
-lam
Why should a
.ocksmlth e P .,-
proud of his job?
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aUUi sail M V..0111 J--1


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.boo M- ar illustrated (Al.
Cut a piece of sheet metal as indicated
(B). Pit sheet metal between pieces of
Wood and nail together.
Glue book covers to wooden inserts.


RING IT UP


A VAUi that generally ruler
out rings as vacation auu
venire as that few it any ut u.;
remember uu0 own ring siWeb
much less thuse of other Of
course. it's ed'sy enough to pickr
onut a rng that will lt Voursell
since you'll be there, out there i-
also an easy way to pick uone ou
for sunmeone who isn't.
That is Ul slip a ring ol the
eurrect size ovei a cork and mark
its position with a pencil before
you leave home, of course. Take
the cork with you. and shuulo
the occasion demand. produce the
cork for an exact fit.


I WHAT IS SHE UP TO?


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Ba Eugene Sheifer
BOBZONTAL
I-He was anointed King of Is-.
rael at Hebron (1 Chr. 11:3
6-In the third day of what
month bwas the temple of
Solomoa finished? 10-Gripping parts of a vise.
14-Gnaw away.
15-Blological unit.
16-Part of the last cry of Jesus
on the croms (Mark 15:34)
17-Tourist's inn.
18--Leave out.
19-Title of nobility.
20-Ashes IScot)
21-A oa of Merarl (1 Chr. 24:
27)
23-A spa of Heman Ii Chr. 25:4)
25-Seat in the chancel (Eccl.)
27-Great Lake.
28-Adult male
23-Like a landed estate.
-K-eper of the king's fores
7 letter.

4- q t-hush fiber. .-
4-Hed killed hi by th
sword fActs 12:2)




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85-Playing card. 36-Cripples
66-lFasher of Enos (Gen. 5:6) 38-He was released by k'late u.,
S7-Periods of time. lace of Jesus (Mat 27:21
40-Short vit
VERTICAL 42-Scoff.
1-Luke and he sent greetings to 43-Place where Chr was cruel-
the Coloasians CoL 4:14) 45S-A ke2
2-Got up. 4--Ext bird.
3-Cat bate. M48-Conflict.
4-,Cyprinold fish. ,
=-Se betrayed Samson (Juds i 4. i
--ureek market place. -
7-Prefix: hal
8-Blackblrd. -
B-Came back. r 7
10--Head of the Jeezerite fami y
INum. 2:0i --,0 .
I 1-tegimeo t of Turkish army. 20 t
13-The threshold. -- a -
22-Storajie compartment.
2-The city of David 11 Ki. 8:1) -
6-MIschblevous spirits.
j7-Projectlin edges of roo.
W-Stuck in mud.
Metallic element
3-He and his brother drove the ---
cart u which the ark was 3
carr e on l2 SeaL. 6:3)
32-Forora. -
33-Touch ensad to end. 44 4


Slippery OneW

ALAunKA, wtW*! cuud at teowns
tal stones, elaim tht be
owe waked or three H f -*
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THIS MAY WELL BE the world's biggest camera of its type, evew Iflt-itonly a roadlidt
ad to catch the eye of tourists at Italy'i famous -Adriatic beaw resort of Utani,.


U SUPPOC that these two crooners at the
orsi of the "Donkey Serenade"? IW any
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SOGermany, ioo 'aretuinging
oe an kick at their efforts.


NATION'S number p" .golfer, President senhower, is
presented with a gold engraved putter by the Nassau
county, New York, Republican club on White H64ue lawn.

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gI4. CHANO WiGO is congratulated by Brig. Gen. Charles Beauchamn
luation from the Conimand and General Staff college at Ft. Leavenw<
son of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek,.was.one of 599 r'udents in coQtv


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Kan. wearing her hair in a new style she acquired during a
ment. visit to Eur9pe. Greer is now back in the United States.


W HAT HAPPENS WHEN a girl from a midwestern village (Rantoul, Ill.,
pop. 2.367) goes down to the wide open places of Texas for a brief
vacation? Well, tenderfoot Beth Anne Keenan headed tor the Eagle Rock
Ranch Club in Wimberley, Tex., to live the life of a dude as soon as school
let out for the summer. Once there, Beth Anne took to the cowgirl life as


S'DIFE IENT KIND of Irtly was thrown for Washington, D. C., children by the crew of
the British ship, HMS Vidal, which is on a training cruise. Pete Rivera tries on a diving
helmet and boots with help of seaman Frank Newton, It's better than playing ashore.


if she had been born to it. She donned a broad-brimmed hat, fancy western
shirt, levis and a pair of hand-tooled boots. Then" she learned to walk in
the rolling gait of oldtime cowpokes, how to saddle a bronc and how to
keep from falling off her mount once she was on. She also .helped with
some of the chores at the ranch. Wait until, she tells those kids back home,


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third round on. An drsde
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SPortuguez dropped Ctt9 .,pgv
Count with t rih fel Sgt..
Sartiers.haAd control most oqfs ht ."M VW. or
ndrs ookung ttaLfo ta. o. ,T. ..
It wtas a rouh le ht. P gellet 4loe 4n th
because of a ow iblow Poars Wn ot a et
right brown in rnte second .out, otPruera
Sa sight cut beloy the right eye n oeerighth.
a The Coadnca Stable'.s B d eS t aft.rp-
scored by two-uted-o.dorne-h ln ethe p .
M ed Pre, Chrasc to hie .oiter 3t ts to dflf
SJr. hi; second tralght clawMc victory within a torA
ig"L eit wht."' 's" '
The. son of Royalt Brge-AOnwrt a l
Sthe race for four-yeair-ocd w .hored
bea of the "ourth estate.0 TCrlek"-. Sb J en .._
i. cochta tablea Millstone. wich Wo_"
Raced to a similar triumphin thelve th ded
eCross Clasic for three-yea.-olds. B.th ,e. -pf.
EL. ridden by Chilean ridtng mnatter Jos "Paso .Brat'o.
Biarie Royal broke troe st and kept. alopgd Mer
Mason ua the two alternated In t"loing the pac the
Ebor, which raoed third to the homestreteh, ca.ae I
M take second money when Merry Masoa faltered apt
Barge Roywal had drawn out to a commanding lo a
Relampago II. which ran In an entify with th* wt
ner, got Iourth plach money when Superaun stoppp
two furlongs out and wound up far b hindr the othl
Barge Royal returned $2.80 per w th du cdt.
mina as he virtually raced te oppeutl .our
breach In the one mile $1,000 Class "A"event. Aftr
Alormina had sprinted Into a twelve length. led. Dar
Thillionare shortened the gap Aor deraiby and m
ed ptn meacingly on the hom th turn but hung In
orave to the wire. t
SMutuer i choice Amoro and Noveno ere complete
lean Ordones. He wounald up six winners aheas f BeI
Agurre by virtue of five wines over the weekend
Scompared to two for Aguirre.
a Officials at Annapolis are taking the blame for
mix-up that may costthaacohe Middles seven hard-wi
The superintendent of the Naval Academy Vt
BaAdmiral Turner Joy says midshipman B oll Kea
:T Ingson of Jackson, Miasissippi was not at fault .In m
error conherdning hts eligtbilty. Kenlengton -- n
Millon a traenlng cruise aboard the battleship aMIn ur
Swas coxswain on the Navy crew which won nil
straight races this year.
Kennlngton was declared ineligible because be pr
vtousy was raduated from Vanderbilt Unlv$e.ty.
i der astern Colege Cnerence rules, athletes awl
have completed a college course cannot compete
Varsity athletics at another school. a
Admiral Joy says he will amume full rnieoandbil
coanedon to compete. r
SSays Joy. --I do not hold midshipmen responall
for determining or deciding whether they are or-a
^ no eligible."
iJoy ha offered to forfeit seven trophies won by t
Middies this year. includln the one for winning t
STnhlercolloplate Regatta on Lake Onoadaga, New Y
Sfrller this month. But so far, there are no takers o
sth offer. -a-
A basei I1 career ended Wednelsdlay so tha a me
leal career could start Thursday.
Dr. Bobby Brown former bonus bby with
New York Yankees had two bits I four t b
Wednei ly,. w ba retired from bVan bilt Brown. w
der 'ee4 his dole's degree In I0 anu several witi
,'.,i eii utI. M..Kora. bheame a resident pIdIlsc
'. City pnd Ctatoy losptal In San Francteoe Ttu
AdTi'r Jo-year-ys third baseman rays he feels sad
'1 It o y.l-"g hIe do'me. But he o add- I'm pit en
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HERO PAYS A PRICE-Tb. cost of benlag a here I bih and
Carleton West, of St. Paul, Minn., will be the frst to agree. While
ie was saving a drowning woman, police gave him a ticket for
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STAUM OW U PEG VOilkf-BOWei aM16s A 0
her own American flag. A modern Betsy Ro, SBook Za leta stu-
d-nt In the Yang Ju school, which has been rebuilt by the Mst
U. S. Army Corps under the armed forces' aalstanoe-to.
KoreI program.
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WASHINGTON-The GOP Is still are not supposed to talk to the campaign advisers ~ pmderi ,
hassling over, the most important preas, and this was am obvious carefully.
topt Inside the party: what to do build-up for Joes.-
ubout Joe McCarthy and whether
to ee him In the coming election Janad imv'-- m, r *r '12c
rrtee r Moy. .tn ..th.e *.ral iD X T.. '*", I
,G Congressman Dick: Simp braced Joyd~wr, them t
sea of Pennsylvania highlightede became campaign- Malage o
the back-stage conflict when he ,Jams.. Stover waa then-. L
stated this week that McCarth byt for the Agrica -TfwrdL.
VWMdspeak where wanted. 6 ASMoeaion, but McCarthy, ii
sent directly c' itrary to the wbish hiqto. go to New York t' l q w,
es of the White House, but Ike etigate General Electrc.Je
4M-'f. seem to have much In. also went along ... Nov. o.Me- te,. o
with the party boss"e these Carthy arrived in Port li, i- 1IW -as L p'
days. compared by Jones d
d anly both pre-McCarthy. (fre VFW, wi Jones -tSlover A -;aw .
ito Rpublicans citfe the thumpin much I a e spotlight... New. 15, 9ienf .
.- v of- Sen. arq McCarts gav repeat erftorm. '. saYou .left
Ch ase h = over a McCarthy- anc Bga Jews r
piecandidate to show that Joe and- ... Tkt ^ *P
aget l political oompa. Pro. week of Jauary U -. .aiafte Cad
ec arthyftes -ote t-e. AjMusAated at Stover's a Wwtmeeats wa5 e lobster.
ireals that Jonga' Igadilds defeat twar t Mbi Cos ftfc ahhairman" reaSrkipd the
In Maine "could.'tbe d at eay. -a a la bt *aeMe w ma k o
tr McCartby" ferhe "wa .e Carfh w I fi =re. w ii;!Whether. Itoe4o & t Iat
a real concrete Iase tredgh rbl5 in aiwaiould S1 u rr av my EgMSt-y
oourne of. the cama." eroauel e ut a 1 .in
HOWeer, th.: AP s aometie thMMealmd cellars pete U a tbe .
by edtonr with erad to get Stoveer u iraed
qvW MC direelo the stat, .later he W her Ad pist,



in the Maiae racd: 'Th n *ma paaCs tio a
9 dMg Faead-i tact asn t b MCtC fireei gan of
whether mUe ora se i. MNo wivesTools




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ater McCarthye w. u gn ahed a 1. ElUl a g .
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Made It safe for bai to is thu istatesme wer U the real wbrk of
Allyw inI squ, estion. these ebramnoes was accom-
the e i that there p p T. old oubjecet of iquor and en-
b e rtmet epe or the One of the few newcharges
a d te Pentagon ta. there acd U l. .ele st .ab weimtwJ.
a always goeod for a de, Roeeit W In ohis scuri-
e l amart -. u be the sa te and thisw o er ty eleamanee ee was *sat while
naeeenet Wmgo was so exception. Tob ide Its real dai PubIM l.
that he ool hnd at.=Quao- nature, t's called officially ."rep erW Wli oweva-
Sar Sem restatio money p rt leu American
hi st B* Sea. Paul Douglse(D. L). a Clmua.th e aetday
lbeO* Jory SalS T w- a1 taae ears1e 'l' a rs bo* few .bully sincere advoca N m*dh thwas to
afiv h* i the tI whoM wh on was, and apoliti
W nc d ane.. ad =.'Call' prei- yeito cut eal he new holds.
ayl e u 't be f wrong. 0od from to Me is, of ncorse a well-known
S.ae s ea l epo M oe t Id nWN e ntfi tartu ~- t po t~rFrench writer, d a d aidven-
a IN to akoSllo la toe e edlair elantios la tsea at chamo toetr. Before ad dat the war

'T-,_ ,. .a da ysI. t*i abo Utr-.K thI ed e- Hn U e Mlati s.r.o o t
A;oi0 t hQ M. w our aeaintoo.alsa Sinac the war be has become an
Sand bs-ad." i a t a Gen. Charles de
t Tre.sury eorge K. -both parties tumpd ae A at
0. u the Av 8.= nln fatlters a 1 dO aua tea. Willa tmwand (2., France."
te B aU Ca &Nliw) said li e a bethat t. hisSo tr. o 0or, was
..on Ml l, -an evder e entr il was for the uta inb- ed f ,in er




taoWs.- iId.
e. Ir !` b-to sei *vyN. do W g ee eof our f e rviev wa rN- w afasolatlo with a brech fag-






am'ddto, R d d t IFr J miliarquslt. .b tr TV Star Paradeo mg features ., n
.le" ,ha to equer cost it after two sore fights. ports that it takes 10G.
Oita',thl iA about wr l r t 'o -
nha Jook. R al, eetr ,a e ts ome er ad his Airline o About s moths a or so we te Narotics uad wil soon
o ae j- e e molaoe t fateamour sg rp arted greatest oll strike make I N ews by Inain a Broadr



it *ar' Pagm' Ies r who I^irdwa N American hisry. .W way re..a.. Master
has sed tcueeJapw labor eual Jst wats e bttrea week (on


Labor welfare Oe to take oer wi t to be oe South r a terri
So e has ml e b ever MN TOWN again. r a after ai with least. hie July ted mrles of
mltamad wLs m s I gte draft F |renchto our will dDitee...Starlet t n oky TV Star Parade mat Westuhester n
bef8iV4ia b tfoll Wipl"'Reto. ek.el. erles betothal u tell pals a wi lck algle by Jack 'Biddles an. who rmes..-.




l -e rat al som toeeiwer lb efr ma be co after two more f .. port- Cte has a geta e caressing
a n e Iabor'sh abot tidas ..Ththat bdrrels.-balf paush p as Canada's wright, erWlste d ( B Red Ohan-
S"be ~ J W WIa W W I101 Wilias- b about bB wais for D etty. rt an hi s "Uns Aboutaa reserves hitherto a m el, wrote the scr ipt for the Fl agl oon
t 9tlwed eeovoay, does t w aum Astertea i Are over n"ths ag: "The great st mak news candleght: Gor-oad
BWar. al e-That o soeeu lathe oil striAe In Nori Amern ni tol. Wheel w er (soal.ety aT wriMaster
Sb l ou uia JSt wt r ftdPs t Afteal from toryWa" aad t a, hCrawford, the Columbia
i to take orer wto expad a f t appear to be one ta a h sometimes 'Ish Tre the Communist Party:errific
xpfos dint xt Mat.0 h; t t dena critt S lae t weakte Yale law schdeol professors
ma- imm most drtye, is to ge uk out eof our Wis e- ive. a. wa S it Myrow Del d ao ad duafaft a Wookhester












.. .hraadrae-trSaheel t Social Selance, the
e a also ilitay basWashe e there Pad st M artin Ms are a Lee with Maro rn an iu tralig sher books






Sastmr be pinicato .*ot Charle S Cbrsi a e Aman diae" ew a trait i d ls sad revo-es.
other tiw nh C ac a is the, o thesk P .' Canadta H Journal ofg
d te a ith- a eo n s 1a It a- ha sa 'd by a lawrming
2.- ..at our Oat Bide m *"a r1 w a ex n 1 9 A C; c ok. A iplay ieeeted a.
me9w y, aBd f laborsh am a...he Hda M that re-baDi ak Huh as Canada'* roaue ia Red noan.









for-t l (*at t ) known al reerveat ither Bds urte a ript for the Flag June
m C30 naa he AC drai tI an A eThats What sportlme. SM: ay names Medeal Asso Jn thela-
ean 1, la ts e nt sear .t Viennese aGern candlelight: Grst ory









E Siealieki the CBS :oe- r S9 the Wall St.
A.rh I .' Mi aBdIa90l in NoA rc abt d (lNathe SWh ey( lol ety the witme.r)
LadWW-day AN; said he was m N Sny Crawfd, t here a week









Cramw, temOlstar- will comft a systory lara eGAeh rs editorial
Brbare t ts In the Cashb m l the man s'ade t Comuiet Party:b ud
ReoL Ysana wIl aPko Th Dua i tate weaM b sa" er d a V e r l thio osrty years
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