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MORUSON ih oi July Ave. J it-
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LOURDES PHARMACY
112 La Cairasqullia
CASA ZALDO
Central An. lU
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No. S Lottery PUu
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
Fourth of .'uly Aye.________
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46 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX
Parqua Lelevie T Street
LEWIS SERVICE
1*0 Central Ave.
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
149 Cantral Ave.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-DUS
50 Str**t No. M
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
i. Feo. de la (la Ave, No. 41
NOVEDADES ATH18
Va topar,* Na 34
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE
Real Estate
Jb sale _9-H. Westinohouse rt- FOR SALE: -r Goroon. (neor beochl
i jh 3AUC. t concr,,, house: 3 rooms, bath. 2
fngerator. 25'^,%,V,0Lo. R,0, closets. Furnished. 3.989 meter*.
, 2r^&Z0l Leovino Isthmus. Socnf.ce. Phone
Phone 323?. Belboc.--------------- Curando 83-4177.
MISCELLANEOUS
Stort November right by 'enrolling
your youngster in the Jack and Jill
Nursery School in Margarita. Ploy
school hours ore from 8:30 to
' 11:30. Transportation arranged.
Coll 3-2502 or 3-H06.
SSoSS: FTsau-^
, iflCi stove. ejesjlnv refriaerOlor, HOl
A Wvwohd be*, fables." dishes, tvfry

tVng ooes. all Panamo 3-0ti I 6._^
R"SALE:--Venetian Wind, $4 eO. -=z-,.-
$45 monthly, large three-bedroom
house, Lefevre Park. Price $7.500.
RUSH. PATTERSON. 16. Ave. "A."
2-2346.
! Ph9fM Crisiobol 3X851.
>R
ing machine. Silvertone rod', kitdh*
n clock. 'l 60-eycle. Phone Cu-
SAlE: Bendix Econoinot *oh-
rundu 5212
I )ft SALE:Mohogonv chin closet,
curved glass sides. S25; h.gh cha
o:id P'oy table combination $10,- 3
Venetian b'inds 42*62 $10: taWe
with tv.o chairs $5, G.E. iron 55
Cell 87-8_|J2..______________.___
!T~SALE; Notieinol rodlo S50;
Speed G.ophlc comer. $100; Ph.l-
co radio $20: Hi-Fi record-ployer
I $75; Phono omplifier $15; Halli-
icrafter radio $35; 4-eyl. B<"cn
f pump, governor. Injectors; rodio
: trst instruments meeds repoir).
* Phone iialbo 2692._____
FOR SALE:Only $150 down pay-
ment, $10 monthly, let one block
from Pueblo Nuevo Rood. From
' $1.25 to $2 meter. PATTERSON.
'Ave. "A" No. 16. 2-2346.
DR. WENDEHAKE Mediool Clinic,
209 Central Avenue, beside Capito-
lio Theater. Phone 2-3479.
CERRO CAMPANA lot owners inter-
ested in bulldozer work on their
lots, please phone Ponoma 2-1728.
Limited time. *
RESORTS
WILLIAMS' Sonto Cloro Beach Cot-
togetrockgos. refrigerotion, two-
bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.
COMMERCIAL b
PROFESSIONAL
GRAMUCH'S Santa Clara Beach Cot-
tages, modern conveniences, mod-
erate rate. Phono 6-441 or 4-567.
rhilltp. Oceonside cottages, Santa
Clara. Box 435. Botboo. Phone
Ponoma 3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
FOR SALE:Leaving Panamo, must
tail lovely concrete house, with fur-
nishings, 4000 meters, Gorgona
Beach, $2,000. PATTERSON, 2-
_2>46.________________________
FOR SALE: Brand new three-bed-
room chalet, Pamlla Airport, $3000
down, $75 month, total $12,500.
PATTERSON, 2-2346.
FOR SALE
Mi>ce!lanroui
FOR SALE:New APN 4 Loron. com-
plete, $350. FOB Tompa, complete
line Apelco & Bendix radio-tele-
phones, depth recording ond indi-
cating equipment. BURKETT'S MA-
RINE RADIO, 308 S. 22nd St.,
Tompa, Flo.
FOR SALE:Beautiful residence,
screened, hot woter. mortgoged
18th ond 50th Streets, Pamlla. Tel-
ephone 3-501 I.
rEa SALE:Steel desk, choir, bom-
' boo furniture, electric refrigerator.
. wishing machine. Venetian blind,
> r o d i o. miscelloneous furniture.
> Hove 1518-A, Balboa. Phone J-
" 303?.________________________
*H SALE:25-cycle 8'i-tt. West-
- inghouse refrigerator. One year left
\ on guarantee, porceloin interior.
'Call 2-2602._____________
FCR SALE: -"* Electric ironer. radip,
re'eefic hover, electric hot plots.
{ kitchen cabinet, louver, vtnetlan
blinds, Ming tree, partition, mirror.
rugs, books, pictures, couch, lamps,
| other items. 589 Boyono, Ancon.
fSr^jLE : Seven-piece bomboo
' fitBure. 10069 Roosevelt Ave.
;i0sh& "Ih Streets. Colon._____
FC^^LE^Zeniny.tabl* model t.
.diMLphonogroph. "60 cycle. Coll
;83J*122 or can -be seen ot 2233-
iB, Curundu._________________
FOR SALE
Automobile*
FOR SALE:November 1953 Cadil-
lac black 4-door, 8500 miles, per-
fect condition, $3200. Peterson.
Hotel Tivoli.
FOR SALE:12-gallon electric water
heoter ond one Whirlpool washing
machine, good condition. A,C. Ap-
ply ELGA, Peru Ave. 72. Phone
3-4517.
FOR SALE:Hi-Fi records (clossical i
ond populan. AGENCIAS "DIAZ.
37th Street No. 6-A.
FOR SALE:1952 Cadillac block 4-
door. Con be seen at N.C.O. Club.
Fort Davis or coll 88-193 after 6
P m. Price $2800.
FOR SALE:Buick 4^door. duty paid
$200, *48 Nash 4.door, excellent
condition; '50 Cadillac 4-door. Be-
low Bluebook. Phone 3-2573. New
Cristobal 3rd Street.
FOR SALE:1941 Studeooker Com-
monder. good condition. Price$175.
Phone 87-3222.
FOR SALE:1948-Studebaker Com-
wprider. Overdrive, good transpor-
tct!on,'$47 Fort Clayton 6119.
FOR SALE:Call Balboa 4409 if you
wont o reol bargain. -1951 Buick in
excellent condition. $1.080.
FOR SALE:BigdiKOunTTl 954 Bu.ck
Super four-door, radio, Dynoflow.
0924, Amodor Rood.
FOR 5"AE:
1952 -AAerris, A-1 con-
/Vfiticn, low mileage, one oWner.
OOorter 9-B. Clayton 3217.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
1954 PONTIAC CATALINA
Air-candliloned, radio, power steer-
ing, power brake*, hyriramatlr trans-
mission, while-wall tires. E-Z-Kve
ghua, tuo-ioned (M*hi blue with
dark hint top), very lew aillr.r.
Jew car guarantee, ran be finanrrd
Factory Installation on all arrrsso-
rtat. Tel. SS-IMl after 4:3* p.m. or
all day Saturday and Sundav
FOR SALE:Oro V-8 4-door sedon,
never used in States, same owner,
less thon 29,000 miles, late '47,
$450; Royal Doulton pitcher ond 8
mugs, Hunting & Coach pattern.
$25; 12-in. electric fan $8; che-*
of drawer, metal, $7.50; books &
miscellaneous small item. House
8192-B, Margarito.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi tape recorder
(Crestwood Model 401 and micro-
phone. Used two months. Recorder
olone cot $199.50 new. Will sell
both for $160. 60-cycle. Phone:
Office 2-2516 residence 2-1527.
FOR SALE:3-speed 25-cycle rec-
ord player, record, $30; 1938 Stu-
debaker sedan. House 0534-B.
Guayacon Terrace, Ancon.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, orra mile post
Sonto Cara. Low ratea. Phone
Balboa 2-1866.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Chalet: 3 bedroom, liv-
ingroom, dining room, kitchen, two,
bathrooms, porch, yard, good peigh-
borhood. Double garoge. Phone 3-
0771.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished two-r
bedroom 'chalet, suitable for two
couples: Two kitchen, bathroom,
refrigerator, gas stove. Overlooking
SAS Commissory, Via Belisarlo Po-
rras, San Francisco. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Three-bedroom house
near Paitilla Airport. All modem
convenience, ample grounds, n
front of bus line. Coll Ponoma 3-
2072. from 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
PORTABLE PICNIC
GRILLE
(Barbese)
In Carrying Cam
Draft Control
Folding
For HOME
PICNIC
CAMP
Only $5.95
CEO. F. NOVEY, INC
Central Are, 27
Phone 3-tl40
CHIROPRACTORS
On. A. and E. ORn I.AC
(Palmer Graduates)
OFFICE HOURS:
11 and I p.m.
Saturday: I a noon.
15 Peru Avenes TeL J-iste
(1 block from Lin Theatre) -
FIRST LADT AT EXHIBIT-Doa Cecilia Pinel de Reruon admires, a display 0f modern
jewelry durin* the Casa Fastllch $250.000 exhibition of European jeweky at the duty^St,
C^VCmsK ,Shr-0Wn;1U tfe.rir3t Udy ,wearln* 'es) are Mrs S v
llarino and Mrs Marta de la Guardia (polnUnr). Mrs. Remon's party also included Mrs Ce-
cilia Heurterrtatte and Mrs. Carmen E. Arias. Behind the counter anUffush
Fenton and Pawlck Perlmutter. The three-day jewelry exhibition will end tonight
FOR RENT:Cholet: 3 rooms, dining
room, kitchen. Vista Hermosa. 3rd
Street No. 2. For informotion coll
phone 2-0958. Central Av. No.
96, Mr. Batet.
FOR RENT:New chalet, all screen-
ed, two bedrooms, bathroom, dining
and living room, kitchen. I 1th St.,
House No. 2, Via Beiisario Porros.
Phone 3-5098.
FOR RENT:Two-bedroom, chalet ot
Son Francisco 9th Street ond Sec-
ond Avenue No. 54. Can be seen
from 9:00 to 3:00. Phone 3-0388.
TALLER TRANSPORTES
BAXTER, S. A.
General Repairs, tune ups
last service) all work
guaranteed. (Day St Night).
HENRY C. WALDRIP, Prop.
(Formerly at S. A. S.)
Telephone.: Day 2-SSS
Nlfht 2-t4JI 2-25M
Unionists
Aba like Bosses
ITHACA. N. Y.~ (UP)Worker*
who like their unions usually like
their bosses too, a Cornell re-
searcher ssys.
After Dr. Lois R. Dean studied
-three New York factories, she sug- \
rg'sted that most of the workers
who support s union are satisfied
-not diisatisfieldwith the rem-1
plnyers. i i
'Dr. Long made her report in an
Ifiuc of Industrial and Labor Re-!
latios review, published by Cor-'
ti!'. i
She said that a -orker's atti- a a * ...
tnde toward his union and his II Uflfl AnH Ha
nlanagement may depend on his**" IXvJI HUM llV
"tet of mind." Malcontents are ... .. _
illy displeased with both WOrK NOI UOOfl
iBhe added that workers who ap- WIM IIVI VVVU
1irecia*-e good leadership will give ___
nytltv to both sides \ DETROIT (UP) Rest, like
__---------------------------_. n.ecticine, should be taken in the !
.. r i t !propei proporuons because too iQS
tnniAn n^iriv Turna much o n dues m^ hm i*-n
I III IIJ igouu. accoroing to Dr. Milton R
' Weeo.
$15.20 AN HOUR is what W. F. Wy-
dallis reports he eorns with amaz-
ing Presto Fire Extinguisher. Sells
itself. No experience needed. Free
sales kit. MERLITE INDUSTRIES.
Dept. I7A, 114 East 32nd St., New
York 16U.S>..
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:$3000 for newly started
chicken form to expand ond buy
mochinery. You will earn 50% for
the next 5 years. First yeor'j pro-
duction will be 1000 layers, 2500
broilers ond sole of 1 day old
chicks. (Import of chick not per-
mitted after Nov. 1.1 Lorge month-
ly earnings already after 4-5
months. Box 2023, Ancon.
WANTED:Air conditioner, l/3-hp.,
ued. Perfect condition. Telephone
2-2027 or 2-1111.______________
YOUNG WOMAN seeks employment
' as general maid. Sleep in or out.
Phone Bolboa 2982 or 6-327.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION G. I. Just built modem
furnished apartments, one, two
bedroom, hot. cold water. Tel-
ephone Ponoma 3-4941.
FOR RENT:Furnished & unfurnish-
ed 2 & 4 bedroom apartments.
Contact Alhomfcro Aportments.
fh Street. Phone lWS. Colon.
FOR RENT: Large, two-bedroo
apartment; compShsly furnished.
Suitable for two couples. Call Ppn-
ama 3-0816.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apartment,
13th Street No. 16, Vio Porras:
Living room, dining room, kitchen.
Phone 3-2457.
FOR RENT:Modem aportment: 3
bedrooms, living room, dining room,
porch, kitchen, bothroom, hot wa-
ter. Via Brasil. Airport Road, Pai-
tilla No. 88. Phone 3-1010.
LOST & FOUND
(odeine To Morphine
Brown billfold at Panamo Golf
Club Friday. Complete identifica-
tion inside. Finder keep money, re-
turn billfold. Simpson, Aportado
FOR RENT:Apartment: Living-din-
ing room, two bedrooms, bathroom,
maid's room and both, garden. Price
S85. Located Nicanor Oborrio Ave.
Phone 3-3195.
FOR RENT: Comfortable aport-
ments, hot woter. Edificio Deveaux.
El Conqrejo, B-l & L Streets. Call
3-5692.
CLNICA TOMAS
Physical Therapy Ultra Violet
For Sere Muscle., fhrnle lUeum*-
tlMii, Arthritis, l.umbaio and Para-
1.1-1-
SPECIAL FOOT TREATMENT
Tired Feet. Bunions, Cam, and
CalhHillev
.,* ""- T*1 3-MI<
Airport Road (Paitilla) lions* Mo. 1
FOR RENT
Room*)
819. Ave. Cuba 12.
"Prolonged rest is habit-form- %,
ing," Weed wrote in an article in LOST:Double cable-releose iLe.tn.
BERKELEY. Calif. (UP) the Detroit Medical News "It1* E'"der pleose ooll Pedro Miguel
When codeine is taken into the, should be prescribed only when in-1 589. Reword.
hvfman body, a part of it is con- dicated and with the same exact-
------------------------- r i ivii (siu xiivi ii mi viv 4sa SUV *SIV Ir i
ted into morphine, a study at neg, ued ta prescribing other po . > a% a. Rl RICO
the University of California h. tent and dangerous niedicines/' i HI CAN ALSO
O a.*- lit J etaAal I- ~*t-----A.------' ll E4JE*j EJEfJJ
BE COLD
FOR RENT:Furnished room to cou-
ples or singles. 45th Street No. 46,
t'Pitoirs. Bella Vista.
... . Rest, Weed said, is an effective
research has been twnttnued' weapon {or COmbating certain af-
attempt to determine bow factions. But when healthy adults
r and how much codeine u,,re ordered u ..taKe it ea8V.. for
i'.'iT i- ? ?.' no i0"* ". he said, they often
the amount sigiufieant,, the develop jlls m addition l0 |aziness
Down through the ages from
First Ironworks
Becomes Museum
SAUGUS. Mass.-(UP)-One of
America's earliest industrial land-
marks, the nation's first successful
ieajjrrtft believe it would indicate Weej cited Ttcent experiments the dawn of time, from the ear-j ironworks, has been completely
ojie of the biologcal effect oi co- in whJch a gro of enerKetic |Uest memory of mankind, the and authentically restored here as
popular conception of hell has!an "outdoor museum."
dene may be derived from its young men were ke t inactive ^
ex|version to morphine. m0re than a month.
Roth, codeine and morphine oc-,
euMavturally m opium Codeine. He said tne normally healthy
like morphine, is used in medicine men suffered losses of nitrogen
for rele of pain, but its effect s and calcium in their systems, a
mlder I decline in blood volume and other
.-----------------------------bad effects.
"The widespread belief that hard i
been of a region that was hot-|
ter than anything known upon j The colonial ironworks which
this earth 'dates back to 1648, was rebuilt at
Legend,' scripture, the classic j cwt of more than $1.000000 by
Inferno" of Dante, masterpieces t \he American iron and steel mdus-
DENTIST
TlvoU (4th of Julyl Ave. Na 14
(next to Branlff oUicei
Dr. C. E. PABREGA, D.DJ.
Former Fellow Instructor George-
town Univ.. Washington, D.C.
Former District Dentist Pedro Miguel
and Gamboa, C.Z.
**,XSi SREBOSS*
. AIRBRASITE (new technlout
for denial filling.
Also services In: X-rays Surgery -
Perlodontla and Children Dentistry.
Phone: Panam (28) t-2011
lor appointments.
Hours: S a.m. to 12 noon 2 p.m, to
* P-m. daily.
Cap Test Shows
If Pop Or Mom
Influences Child
PORTLAND, Me. 'UP)-Don
Butler, president of a sporting
ootts company, gays h^ can tell
whether a boy. buying a baseball
cap is under paternal or maternal
influence.
"If he dons it from front to
back, says Butler, "the paternal
influence is predominant. If he
Oldsters Are Good
Operative Risks
CHICAGO (UP)-01d patients
survive most operations as well
as young patients, although they
don't recover from more serious
surgery as readily as young folks,
according to a recent study.
The results of the research con-
ducted by Dr. Warren Cole of the
University' of Illinois medical
school, was released by the Illinois
| division of the American Cancer
Society.
In 3,656 operations surveyed,
most of them of a serious nature,
there were only 109 deaths. Of the
patients under 60 years of age,
2.07 per cent died during or after
the operation, and Si per cent of
the patients over 60 died.
Older patients withstod stom-
ach .operations better than the
young. On the other band, older
patients were more vulnerable
than younger ones on a ratio of
fiye to three for removal of the
esophagus and lung, 6.9 to none
for removal of the rectum and 6.6
to one for radical mouth and neck
surgery.
Dr. Cole said the chief "differ-
ences in the condition oi the young
and old patients were: hardening
of the arteries makes the old more
suscpetible to shock, older patients
are* more sensitive to sdme anes-
thetics and to infections and older
people are not so well nourished
due in part to the fact that dental
complications make eating a
chore. .L
He added, however, that the
healing power is as strong in old
tissue as in youngcontrary to
public opinion.
Foot On Brake
For Two Hours
Saves His Life
"DEMETRIUS AND THE GLADIATORS"^
Triumphanl Cinemascope Spectacle On
Tuesday At The Bella Villa
ELMIRA, N. Y.- E. ("allanan kept his foot on the
brake for two terrible hours and
saved his life.
Callahan's car went off the road
near here and plunged down a
steep embankment. He stopped it
with his foot brakejust 20 feet
short of some railroad tracks.
Callahan hung on for two hours
I.... .,___ mr_. __n_j ... *h.
*fter.37 Yearslt
Oujcfrt To He Of ficial
puts it on back to front, the moth-1 while three trains rolled bv. the
er rules the oost." sheriff's office said. Finally, a
Butler says to check his theory
"watch how a woman puts oh -a
bonnet."
Irish Seller Points
And Catches Fish
WILMINGTON, N. Y. (UP)-
Frank Weed, world-famous know
dog trainer, has an Irish setter
than can point and catch trout.
Weed started training Si "just
a gg." but the act turned out
to be one of the biggest attrac-
tions of a recent sports show here.
Si sits beside a pool, points to a
trout, and "occasionally dives into
work, mental or physical, playsT 5?,, ^J crnea the rtartiineibut- They include the blast fur- f000" show *?' the visitors. He
n ,,npi.,ni .,. i J.....U. BUI now comes me awruiilg .__ __n_. __j ..4.._- rlrww .n miinh .lUni;^ w.. a_
an[important part in disease has' rit^VrUiir^Wthat'Teir'ran"also"belnace' fore' rolling and slitting
SCjttNECTADY. N. Y.-(UP)- ''"!,:;^ ^ wh"f nd warehouse for
concluded.
A marriage been recorded in
the city clerks office after 37 ---------------------
'Bingo Came Replaces
Tk marriage took place in,. c .
teroy. but City Clerk Free- Jersey < nilrl N-ssion
mail ler has just been inform- j ,..._____ .. .
d. He *i now forward the record STANHOPE, N. J
to the state for recording.
la forwarding .he r*po".
Troy city clerks office noted the nd acted accordingly,
record had been kept all these,
years in the files
of theTnrcuc Ttiie Kriwn- ^K *t!rt^
seomef arrss Rew ^jss?a:a
as the o^theie dilll11915 ^ * l,te WalIace NllttinK'
. -.that hell is not always a burn- j England scenes.
i that am* "lns? P11 of il1* and brlms^nei Unearthing the "birthplace" of
E -i! ?u f*m" 'where sinners are condemned to the American iron and steel indus-
forwarding .he r-port.. the bUng.paid better than court Tine. 8Ufier agonles ,n the everlasting!^ wM7team^,ition^V.lltag
llames, "but Is sometimes en-1 upon historian, archeologist. archi
FEET HURT?
Don't sutler neea-
teasly. There's a
Or. Scholi Ap-
ollance ArchSup-
port or Remedv
for most every
common foot
trooble
Chbrepediat
Massage
BBIXS" SERVICE
I: Orlop. Nacional
J surte Aresemena 51
I Tel. S-t2!7
?.KhLt0 improve 'ublI'?tities,|and snow that make the Antare-
the borouqh council shifted Magia-1tlc wastelands a "Hell Below
trate Regis Smith Tuesday nmht Zer0 >
co^ f*sions to Monday-night. m the thrilling Technicolor
h* bjngogames^and court aea-!fUin wnlch hnn that title. In-
trepid whale hunters match
their cunning and strength a-
ginst the hazards of the sea and
the perils of the ice packs in
sions are conducted in the same
.oom
I
Hey Look!
20 Days Till
Firemen'! Ball
tens of the deep
Adventure, danger even ro-
manee and love find a place In
this exciting screen storv that
Reserva I Ions
2-23.1
records for information about the
early plant.
Recovered relics were accurate-
ly measured and examined and th
data recorded. From the archeo-
logical evidence and from litera-
ture on early Ironmaking. archi-
tects have been able to draw plans
for the reconstruction o fironwork
pursuit of those mammoth denl- buildings on their original sites.
During the excavation of the old
ironworks, over five tons of arti-
facts were taken from the runs.
They ranged from tiny brass pins
carries stalwart Alan Ladd lntoito a 505-pound iron hammerhead
a desperate fight for life and
the heart of a girl In the intense
bitter cold of "Hell Below Zero."
the Columbia screen triumph
aoeclallv selected for release in
he Lux Theatre during the holi-
av week-end starting Werines-
aay. Nov. a. Advt.
used in the original forge building.
These, together with recovered
iron pots and pans, knives, axes,
saws, shovels, scissors, piece of
leather shoe and broken pottery,
are providing a wider knowledge
of life in the American colonie
three centuries ago.
drew so much attention that he
becanu a permanent part of the
show and had to perform the trick
each day.
Ifs^IWmidei^
Work Gels Done
CHICAGO (UP) A Chicago
plant supervisor took two gold
lian to hi- office a ci pie oi years
ago, a.id now there 'are fish all
over the place.
The superintendent of the Bee
Bindery Co., Mort Monta, an ar-
dent aquanst, took the two gold-
fisht o the o fice to see how his
co-korkers would react to the idea
Everyone responded the way
Monta hoped. At last count Mo
rita and nis feliow-wuraers were
looking after four large aquariums
filled with trpica, plants, snails
and a variety of exotic fish.
A special maternity tank and a
hospital for sick fish were added.
The company iiquired a library
on the' care, feeding anc diseases
of fish as well as t planting and
maintenance of an aquarium.
An Urge calendar on a wall
of the oliice records the births
and expecicu births, and daily
bulletins are issued on whether a
prospective mother l.sh has given
birth to a new brod.
For spectacle few pictures can equal "Demetrius and the Gla-
diators and through the remarkable Cinemascope cameras tn
arena scenes take on elaborate proportions. The straining, fight-
ing gladiators, snarling tigers and the shouting populace come
alive in spirited fashion. Victor Mature, of course is the central
figure in these scenes and the way-he wrestles the tigers and van-
quishes his gladiator foes will send thrills up and down your
spine. The saturnalia revels that precede these scenes are sen-
sually exciting.
Director Delmer Dave kept all the contrasting elements of tri
story m vivid focus and Producer Ross has given the production
the same meticulous care that he bestowed on "The Robe," whie,
he also produced. Susan Hayward. Michael Rennie and Debra
Paget star with Mature in this magnificent picture to be released
passinc motorist saw him and got j on Tuesday at the Bella Vista Theatre. Advt,
a wrecker. '-------------------;----------------------------------------'---------------------------------------- "

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SUNDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1M4
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
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TOutiY Tlieibesl pictures at the best movie-houses in town TOuCiy
'API TO LIO
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"gTAND AT
APACHE RIVER''
with 8. McNelly
< -RIDE CLEAR Of
DIAftLO"
with Audle Murphy
T1VOLI
1.35 1.20
"I SHOT JESSE
JAMES"
with Preston Foster
JEZEBLL*
with P. Ooddard
CENTRAL SK*
GREAT RELEA8E!
Shows: 1:00. 1:5, 4:55, 7:00, 9:05 p.m.
The musical comedy in Cinemascope
with Stereophonic Sound and:"
WarnerColor!
"LUCKY ME"
with Doris Day Robert Cumminp
Phil Silrera
LUXTheatreT"^3
RELEASE I
'"lows: 1:15. 2:45, 4:45, 6:50, 8:55
STORY OP TEMPTATION!
"PUSHOVER"
with Fred MacMurray Phil Carey
Kim Nofsk

PRICES:
0.60 0.30
DRIVE-IN
The Drama of a Woman's Need
for a Man!...
''MAGNIFICENT OBSESIN"
Jane Wyman Rock Hudson
Brbara Rush

CECILIA Theatre!;:
"LA HIJA DEL CAPITN"
IRASEMA DILIAN.
AMEDEO NAZZARI
"Ml AMIGO, EL LADRN"

VICTORIA RIO
0 25 0.15 0.35 0J0
"FRENCH "LA ENTREGA"
LINE" with
- Also: - Arturo de Cordova
"TARZAN AND "LA PERVERSA'
THE SLAVE** with Elsa Agulrre
IN HOLLYWOOD...
HOLLYWOOD(NEA(Behindttonnaij-a before she started set-that the Gershwin number could
the Screens: Aa a longtime rebel in| in "Cell 2455. Death Row": hot be used in his flm. Discour-
on the subject of eating at the QAs a child, were you interest a'ged. Ihe singar pulled up stakes
movies, I'm nauseated over the led in show business?" 'in Hollywood and left for New
news that adrtve-ln theater in At 1 Marian: "Ne ore- tttP ny Berk-
toona, Pa., is offering patrons com JMJFOUc. Asaerjcan i. .
pJtte chicken dinners.' Q-Anv interests otfajde motion
Snie Ume ago I at* a ais-course Pictures?
dinner in a roovie theater as one lirio: "Yea. chirpilni saei."
man's protest against popcorn _, ,..
munchers. But now people aren't' Sign spotted by Peter Graves on res Gray.
satisfied with just pupeorn anda NdHywobtJ qmipc building:
Now, nine years later, she's
baek in Movietown as the femi
Fair Weather." Her name: Dolo-
Georgia Crop Losses Reach
100 Million Dollar Mark
ATLANTA. Oct. 30 (UP pounds loss 123,228,100.
Georgia crop losses have gprje; Peachesdown 512.000
Secratcnal Service Available."
Robert Clarke's pals are ,
ried about his health. He picked up
serious case of amoebic dysen
pr-
ays
Marilyn Monroe's legs at the mov-
ies. They gotta have chicken legs,
too.
'm afraid to predict what may
happen in the next five years esp- _
dally after this chiding wire from tery while starring in "The Black
the ftiti aethers: Pirates" in South America and is
"The time may come when fans ;Whg treated hy a Pasadena,
will skip ihe movie reviews and be CaJJJ^PCcialjst;
Suided instead by Duncan Hies.
ugge*t theater owers provide
mood food sucb as: 'On the Wa-
terfront' and Sea Food Dinner,
with Marlon Brando and Baked
Hali but."
Mood food!
may yet win
II mm mm.
an :Oscar.
A chef
FOUR DIFFERENT songs titled
"Not a a' Stranger" ar headed
for the year's most melodic court
hearing. None of'them, says Pro
ducr Stanley Kramer, producing
the movie by the same title, have
been cleared by him or the book's
publisher.
An inju
Richard Burton will reUirn to,;bn al! four of them, he says, be-
..
junction will be sought to
completing his nH ease there's still another one
The reason:
Britain'*
Baderof
bis iodecisi
react to I
to oproducc
" a film about
Vanessa Brqwn, engaged in a
conversation about world politics
at a Hollywood, party', turned to
tress and
thought
France.
"I've nfever beo t* Europe," the
"For sheer comfort." lie says, answer caneback,"but.if I ever
"Hollywood can't be beat. Rot I'm go, IU eertajnly_ visit the p)ace
tobacco, cotton and other money,
makers I rom the farm and the
total amount, according to the
most conservative economists.
goes well beyond the 100-mtlUon'
dollar mark.
"Pastures are almost a total
failure." an Agriculture Depart-
ment official at Athens said to-
buah- day. 'Normally cattle are turned
"above the 100 mUion-"do-'els; loss $1.408,000. ilnto a fall surplus pasture this
lar mark because of a sustained) Pecanadown 5,600,000 i time of year and that helris out
drought, agriculture economists pounds; loss 17,112.000. ?n tne winter feeding. This year
said today I Ithore is no pasture."
The drought concentrated I Haydown 181,000 bushels; i North and central aeomla re-
"if7 Alwava now In Georgia and Alabama, loss 5,087,000. jorted their best rainfall Inisey-
? ffr^/y.WrJ! Jif/TO was moistened but not helped Just those losses add up to era months Thursday night. At-
materially by general rain in'WO.829,220. Add to them the fact luita had .14 inch, Athens .10,
North Georgia Thursday night, (pastures are practically a total Mason .90 and Augusta .19. At-
The Georgia Forestry Commls-i106S. thus drastically cutting lanta's total for all of October
slon said the rain was lnsuffi-|Uvesto<* revenue; garden crops, until Thursday was .02 Inch,
cient to warrant calling off a|
strict hunting fishing hiking m
ban imposed in the state earlier.
in the week by executive order!
of Oov. Herman Talmadge. |
At Auburn, Ala., officials of
Alabama Polytechnic Institute |
were to consider a city-water | g^^*****'n mas.ni.t*<,.......,1 A. WtLLh^K Jaesnsaa
board report and decide today jfl
whether to reopen the college
turn students were 9
dismissed Wednesday because of -
a critical water shortage._
World War Us combat photogra-
pher. Bob Landry, has been cover-
ing Audie Nurphy's "war" the
film re-enactment of his wartime
experiences as America's most-
decorated soldier for U-I's movie,
"To Hell and Back."
A stickler for authenticity in his
still-picture taking job. Landry is
treating the move location just
like he did the war. He shows up
every morning in the full gear of Monday. Auburn
a combat correspondent and even
calls scene rehearsals "Briefings.'*
"Shacks," says Audie, "
Landry is a bigger ham
this gay
than I
Overheard in a Hollywood bar:
"Every tie#e I meet a girl either
he's married or I am."
Jegless war hero, Douglas at a Hojlvw.
'the'Royal Air Force, and another act
lision about how he would what she j
LITTLELJ*
Hollywood year after
asked her
of Mendes-
fsclated generally with prpdoc
tRf^U r-sfottage?-lst
wSt a Ijrae'afljSSe.- inWslay a
age of fixes, and actor caj^ be?
.Piece
TONGUB-I!*
nnoj Marian .Car.
itsW. miWIcty
.Witt M
m to make mon-
SH0RT STORY: BAcl in 1945,
Jesse Lasky heard a big-voiced,
unknown songstress at the Bilt
more Bowl in Los Angeles and
sgned her for "Of The T Sing"
in the George Gershwin film biog-
raphy. "Rhapsody in Blue."
As the camera was ready to turn
On the specialty, a wire frdm
New York informed Lasky that
Of The* 1 Sing" and the titlr
E answers by
a CplurauM"
fnent ques- song- had beena eld to Fox and
Another neglected invention la
o polr of interchonoeoble ear-
muffs to be used for cold weother
or TV commerclols. ",
Light rains In Alabama Thurs-
day night failed to help the sit-
uation.
On the basis of latest orices
paid for basic farm commodities.
Georgia farmers were facing
staggering losses on their 1954
crops and the continued drought
was hurting chances for a good
year In 1855.
Now is the time for planting
fall grain, winter cover crops
and pastures. Agriculture De-
partment officials report that
farmers who pleated grain In
areas blessed with a few show-
ers saw it eet out of the ground
and then die.
Here are some statistics com-
paring 1953 and 1954 crops to!
show what the drought has done
to Georgia farmers:
Corny I e 1 d cut 25.233,000
bushels; loss. $41,382.120.
Sweet potatoesdown 1.033,000
bushejs;. loss, $3,615,600.
Peanutsdown 203.900,000
NOVEMBER 3 CENTRAL I
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Shows: 2:50 4:50 6:52 9:00 o.m.
PARASO 1:15 1:15
"Mia Sadie Thompson"
*Lso sqowW apfimAY:
LA BOCA 1:15 8:05
"Kiot In Cell Block 11"
CHAGBES 7:31 "BRIGHT VICTOBY"
-SANTA CBl'E 6:15 1:15
The Olenn iMIIIer Btonr"
CAMP BIERD 6:1 8:11
"A FLIGHT TO TANGIER''
Starting Nov. 6 al Ihe DRIVE-IN
She slept in his bed...wore) his pajamas
TtflN SHE RIAir TOOK OVIRI
DICK POWELL DEBBIE REYNOLDS
Susan Biept Here 'm
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DANISH STERLING
HAND FINISHED IN THE
mercurjo
Next to the Central Theatre

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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]
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.
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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
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ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
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ago to thh-sttroatlve, vivabus
bodo, who, over the years, has
learned the social vplue, of politi-
cal action. She has been an active
campaigner in, h$ e native State
a and.- Wn was eat a atf6r
.the U.S; Congress but lled to
win election.
Durn that time Mrs. Mnrray
OberT Tthe work of, both majr
politic partes uanpa rti irt n
op labor oranatio
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SThis hs been ern
Smajor imp asis n the CIO.PAC
wo w ali se began in 1~.
Esther Murray s visited rge
indusal arEas .i the U ted
st tes, .toi ang. labr jdq of
ON f oance, at. extendIng their
Aeda l proams t their
Sives and f "Ok I
labor mst pay r d at
tion to women voters initr pohti.
S'eal aetion programs," -she has
said again and again.
"It is a plain and simple mat-
Ster of political statistic. There
Share 1,M000,.. wore women eli-
gible to vote tanthe'United States
than the~ are n n I;"
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eto w ik in te nolti feLLL to
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hi dytoonam is young woman wao
politierl SAtion pogram Umwe of
is a mily affairtan soe for As
members loner.
1 do not-tew of a better part-
time job for wife,, mother or
daughter of a man who is a
member of organized labor than
to work in the poltil field to
help elect friends of labor," said
Whis dyhawi& young woman who
is a "union" wife as well as a
union Member.
Her husband, Bert, belongs
to a union of the petroleum in-
dastry.
Only recently appointed to her
present pot, Mrs. Thornburgh is
on leave from the a Glams Fac-

Oklahoma. employed there for IS
years, iRe has been an active u-
nion member from the beginning,
Within three years she w a s
holding offee in Local 88 of the
Glass Bottle Blowers Assoelation
and serving on contract engotla-
ting committees. She has been
president of the Iocal branch of
the union for eight years, h as
served two terbim as vice presi
dent of the Oklahoma Federation
of -Labor, and since 1W has bedn
'P organizrr the Qlaua Bottle
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Ia rd =e to the os
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wapen of VLlea~nie futl
partners in League '
Pi yers r the State te
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sl.gle. unit 8 a
s ld GP"-- t a w -
I's In .she ,has a8d,
stressing tt$ women should be
rx0tresed the making of all
cy d
Mrs. workk n
volves mua speeh making, ma&
ny personal cohtact and the
preparation and distribution of
literature explaining how and why
women can be poUfcally effective.
"'6 my speIhs I stress the
fallacies of believing campaign
promises," Mrs. Thornburgh e-k
plained. "I tell our women they
should never vote for a man or
woman on the promises he make"
or the party be belons to. Vote
for him on the record."


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1Se ton the men Mrthat union' Lou, is now tW only non-onion
"Your sae is the woman who member of the Thorburgh fami-
can change the neaghborhooiA ly
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irnsn saw No. ? wi ch I bought rln than 10 years
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WN. --- g~riaf'++it t Id l of f timI h Using it con-
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Soa bl ftom 10 .O to 12 fo telwat.r both fresh
d_ ~and salt water I cannot oastImty l how many time
Siaimhei 10 3mo I have takeb dteusehb under water.
but mny-Cppervative estimu bi 'aM It was at leas
m* -ibouiwd timS.
Since I.puaMlaUd it the watch ts besu cleaned and
checked twios.
It. light interest you to kow talt during the war.
ope qo my acw of divers aoir y dropped his
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four -wkslate r I brophti- tppei won't wesur-
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m los tah-f*rin rseen porch or rece
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tw of garment ets war and ear them to every part tbl hitting for ten-agers of
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f the net result 4 a 'r l be prss. r balance, s tdhe bes e on rebel a; lwo-a4ntitud s
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tp s and deo ur.a iyht. clear stnripn
sar.oidee able to use themT:
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provide a potential
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MAYTAG Washers


dptate tme Republictn iUs Slast.am ieriary
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NOV. SrdCPLEBRATIONSI

IfMSIC Y TO ORCHESTRAS!

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SaA CE at NITff
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SALE -9ft. Westinghou1e r a-
frlerator, 25-cycle. I year nd 3
rntee. 6383, Lo Ries.

fprnishings of






Sclock, il( 60-ycle. Phone Cu-
4212.1 .-
;SAL-E:-Mohoganv chine closet,
glass ridds, S25; high chair
F ied yA* *bwl combination S10; 3
nesila blinds 42x62 $10: table
h two hdi.$5; G E. roan 5.

:tE; Nbtltnol radio $50;
Gmrahlc edmera $100; Phil-
radio $20; Hi-Fi record-player
Phono amplifier $15; Holli-
tr radio $35; 4.cyl. Bosch
i0. gvernor, Irjectqrs; radio
itptruments Ineeds repair).
,lfbos 269Z.,
-.."t-Steel desk. chairs, bam-
Surniture. electric refrigerator.
i c .tar,ble vjeptian blinds,
r" m o furniture,,
5 ,8,8A., lboa. Phone 3-
itA. y-cycle8'-ft. We t-
iioulser i raotor. One year left
Suier porcelain interior.
A -E ect ironer, radip,

| 4Ing tree, partition, mirror,
os, fctu, couch. lamps,
t.r 5a9 I no. Ancon.


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FOR St.E
Real E.in ;


FOR SALE: -r Gorpons (nero beachI
concrete house: 3 rooms, bath, 2
closets. Furnished. 3.989 meters,
Leaving Isthmus Sacrifice. Phone
Curundu 83-4177.
QOR. SALE; $750 down payment,
5$45 monthly., toria three-bedroom
L" 60ftartkePorlice 57.500.
RUSHi.'PATt1EON 16,Ave. "A,"
'-2346.
"SpiEr-WOfn 1.0 down pay-
ahI. bflit u ytl.o tjt one block
qL Road. From
mtler. PATTERSON.
've "A" No. 16, 2-2346.
FOR SALE:-Leaving Panama, must
sell lovey concrete house, with fur-
nishings, 4000 meters, Gorgona
Beich, $2,000. PATTERSQN, 2-
2A46.
FOR SALE:- Brand new three-bed-
room chalet, Paitllla Airport, $3000
down, $75 month, total $12.500.
PATTERSON, 2-2346.
FOR SALE:-Beautiful residence e,
screened. hot w a t e r, mrtgaged.
18th and 50th Streets, Paitilla. Tel-
ephone 3-5011.


KTFhR SALE
Automobiles
XW $rPlb-hvisbgry 1a CadAl-
lac b lk 4-door,' 8066 mreT,.per-
fect condition, $3200. Peterson.
Hotel Tivoli.
FOR SALE:-1952 Cadillac block 4-
door. Can be seen at N.C.O. Club.
Fort Davis or call 88-193 after 6
p.m. Price $2800.
'roR !'4I9-u| 4,dpor. duty paold
1: .t'N I :4,d .bbr xcptlent
condition: '50 Cadlllc 4-door. Be-
low Bluebook. Phone 3-2573, New
Cristobal 3rdjet.




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MI SCELLANEOUS


Start November right by 'enmllunr
your youngster in the Jack and Jill
Nursery School in Margarlta. Play
school hours ore from 8-3D. to
S11:30. Tronsporttion arranged,
Call 3-2502 or 3-1406.
DR. WENDEHAKE Medio l Clinic,
209 Central Avenue. beside CopIto-
IIo Theater. Phone 2-3479.
CERRO CAMPANA lot owners inter-
ested in bulldozer work on their
lots, please phone Ponoini 2-1728.
Limited time. *

FOR SALE
Mihoeeaneur.
FOR SALE:--New APN4 Laron, com-
plete, $350. FOB Tampa. complete
line Apelco & Bendix radioltele-
phones, deth rewordkg and'indif
coating equipment. ,JURKETT'S MA-
RINE RADIO, 308 S. 22nd St.,
Tamp., Fla. ..
FOR SALE;-12-gallon electric water
heater. nd one Whirlpool washing
machine, good condition, A,C. Ap.
ply ELGA, Peru Ave. 72, Phonew
3-4517. .


FOR SAL.:--Hi-Fi records l.cI I
and FIsr'. AGENCJASWZ.
37th et'No. 6-A.


FOR SA1*:-- rd V-8 4-door s.dn,'
never used in States. salm owner,
less tNPisn 29.000 miles, late '47,
$450; Royal Doulton pitctr ornd 8
mugs, Hunting Coach pattern.
$25; 12-In. electric fan $8; che-.
of drawers, metal. $7.50; books &
miscellaneous small items. House
8192-B, Margarlto.
FOR SALE: Hi Fi tape reftrder
ICrestwood Model 401 and micro-
phone. Used two months. Recorder
alone cost $199.50 new. Will sell
both for $160. 60-cycle. Phons:
Office 2-2516 residence 2-152..
FOR ALE;.-3-speed 25-cycle rec-
ord player, records, 3.30; 1938 Stu-
debaker sedan. touse 0534-B,
Guayacn Terrace, Ancon.
$15.20 AN HOUR is what W. Fm Wy-
dallts reports he earns.wlr tir-
ing. Presto Fire Extlngtahb r s
itself. No experience. neded" Fh


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WILLIAMS', fai m
Stages--rockdsA, reffrlAt -
bedroom. Phone Balboa 30
GRAMLICH'S Sw*a Clarifeoe'ChA
tolge, modem' convenllnMs, nmcd-
crate ratets, Phon 6-41 or4-567.
Phisl. *Ocoanide cottq^, Seati
Clara. Boi 435, Bofpa. Phon
Ponoma 3-1877. Crtbo .-167).
FOSTER'S COTTAGEMS, n' rmle port
Santa Clara, Low rate. -I Phion
Balboa 2-1866.

FOR RENT
Homr.


FOR RENT:-Ch : 3 bedrooms, liv-
ingroom, dining roebmjit~dhen, two
bathrooms, porch, yfd, ed peigh-
borhood. Double gKrarO hip.ne 3
1
0771. '
FOR RENT:---NIcely furnshhd two,
bedroom Icholet, dJtable eor two
couples: Two ktWIe,, ;blThroom,
Srefrigerator, op stave. Ov.qlpking
SAS CommMssp. Via Belift Pp
rras, San Fronc*oo Phonmjj 024.


IFOR RENT: -Three-bal do i houQ
near Pallila Airppr, t.. ode
Scohveniences.. i, i
fro of bus 4,Ml tt 3-
2072, from 8. JnaWi, n


VOR RENT :--Cholb: iq
.room. kit hen-,VJ~- JJ i 3
Street No. 2. br, Information coll
phone 2-0958. Central Avr, No.
96. Mr. Batet.
FOR RENT:-New chalet. all lreen-.
ed, two bedrooms, bathroom, dining
and living room, kitchen. *1 th St.,
House NO. i:w;Virt iarie Porros.
Phone .-5091 '., '
FOR RENT:-Two- It at
Son Francisco 9t Sec-
and Avenue No. *seen
from 9;00 to 3:3388.

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fur nishd opartmnts. ,:twofi. TI ul (4th t
odtI, cold wate eI- nex to I
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divisionuoth* Amsican CaucJ
In 3 .(rato n 8ureM
most. t:.L... "
patient Oe a of age,
2.07 per,'0e0tli. aui~ig'ot t W r
the oikeat i' 5M t eqt of
the a or-4
Bl wKitd stom-
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Pa o n qle
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WPANTED:-$3000 for newly started FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apartment, : -mpucai .. .a
chicken farm to exd nd, bu th13 Stree7 No. 16, Via Porros: lmm: l Pll.. a lt
amnpAi.dlddn machinery. You will emrn 509o for Living roam, dining room, kitchen. : lhvr. ta t i
u' POW-i*ib. w the net 5 years. First year's pro L
*w s e.r ra- duction will be 1000 layers, 2500 0e1-257
saIidfihud m =wz.2r e. broilers and sale of I day-old FOR RENT:--Modem apartment: 3"
S .* rem atwe-tal b 'ie with chicks. (Import Of chicks not per- bedrooms, living room, dining room,
S r e la toP mitted after Nov. ,.1 Large month- porch, kitchen, bathroom, hot wo-
p l In an Ily earnings already after 4-5 ter. Via Brs ll. Airport Road, Pas. I
or Re- s. l m. or months. Box 2023Ancon. till No. 88. Phone 3-1010. A T- *
S omCdr- WANTED;-Ar cotioner, 1/3-hp., FOR RENT:--Aprtment: Livng-din- .
L ty I- w:used. Perfect condition. Telephone rIng oom, two bedrooms, bathroom, *S hIor,
'M L N -2027 or 2-1111., ild's and bth, gaden. Price tor rugh
Ai85 I ted N icanor O borrio A ve "' "' : "itm
oth aa s gereral maiold. Sleep in or out. u Cllaha
wid ll Dgi e hOT YOUNG WOMAN seeks employment PhC --o, -,& L Streets. Call chieb.. s I C Ia.' l e'l iaaoi llr
both, oo-" o 8- 1hon@ & or Stet -t theh n !

- a.elne, should be taken in the! -.,..,,.' a, emb iiit r M.
e e d, .i it. I lrdctor Delmer'DAP ,,,
.& p mc proponaa bWaiue to LOST:-Brown billfold at Panama Gott C R RENT a dM'. ctor r a a the
meS f t dos mer harm th Club Fridpy. Compllte Identifjic- c" slKpa *ot of in vivid fo0us in rd uc er
"4 d aceoraing to O. Milton Ke tion inside. Finder keep money, re- iRQ flke I msanCallhan same meti 1culasa.i16t ara -
lw~e rn billfold. Simpson, Apartodc uts it on ba t .the e three ls .roduced. rsaa
S"Prolond Is habt for 9. Ave. Cuba 12. FOR RENT-Furnished room to cou. les the oost.:." theri oget star with Mature in Bgnl ct
"PL lonjg ed flxl habit-form. lpltaines. 45th Street No. 46, -_I, .t e' ,tst.beame:. ",.
,"' eed wo article in LOST;-Doublecable-release ILetzye t S No. 4 ja. .to c'ck his r fuker' < adliat *3 iate) a^ ,' .8
( U P ) W e e d w..t e in a e., ,'.&'I--u p s t u a via UV F s a y s t o -
(UP) troit Medical News. "It Finder please oall Pedro Miguel .i"Wlh h & W"miab pauts e,
ist j pecribed" ly when in- 589. Reward. ._______
SIt ls wi. d With the ame I xact- ..U... .... . ...
ea, We I t Hr o etL L CAN ALSO a-m p i
Nott, ew mmm.
fla n or edoi effective ,,
fo b atj, certainBE af. U M.
S.B.tardltW BE c aY adudUB ,t
Ire it. easy!,' for SAUG)--One of
,a"J tM t, .ror t, lnd. t r .W1 dN, At. Y. ri (UP) -
,ls t1- o lii-l a l through stesf from.Imrks, suessulF u
SslWcited et trpugmnpf ae ear- firono t completely rimle ed.' world-famous kn,
I which a ipo. enereti of al. d, the and aured here as dog r has an :
oung men oftaptve r.e tion of hl has an "oue tm4 i st and catch t
t m .n a. .61 a!ei4 reton that was hotrted twnansmi ho"tt
-re''n' an ya at P iang known upon t The wi,.faerks, which as a but the actidt
i~,, l dates bWack waste rebuilt t oe m of the butest attra.
nik' "Sitro ge nd. scripture, the classlei a costt ofine $1,000,000 by io n of a recent sport s aow here.
nd e iumn arsystems 9 Inferno" of Dante, masterpieces the AmericanI steel indus- .up sit beside a pool. 0a.to a
decline in blood volume and other of art have all depicted hell as try to dreb historical and u1, anmd d"casionoa o r'fo
bad effects. ?lcaf ote;nte finre, torments educnaton pAcer. ..Pol o .etriev .e thet
iThe Eid that bihd ble aring r heat l All of of the 17th o rd -says S isn't a sa
S work, ,fiefurnace." centu r have been re- 1Asful, but at least'et
Sorl ta ar pr cal, Pilays. n owc comes the atartling built t blt r the
an Iportaat pat in disease has disclosure that ell can also be nace, f anred slitting oem ch attent o
little rational bia" the Physicin cold. From the talent stretches mil, wh = -warehouse for bew d i a permanent part
of the Antarctic v the scriven- storing cm. products. Also
Serssfo ollyfwoodVi fh the hand- On the ironmaster's Ldy
DSine Geie R#places u ei-ay-sare Alan Ladd house tawror about
mae % ^a tbo me g 1 thse 915 by th f ce Nutting, AM5Aifl
siongacomes the revelation artist isDdr of New
T OPE. NJ.-(UP)--Te tht hell is not aIlwYs a burn- England ., :-,
co-utiPEl. l 9N25 i that t of fir te and brIm tO nel Unef iarUtik* a, e" of .
BUS PaMi better a 'ourtf suffer a nners in the ohdeverlasd tingA ca Amrc steel ndus-


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today seeks her third consecutive feature v
I jthe Juan Franco race track in the $750 sev
g print for Class "B" Imports.
Abode's stiffest compe- -Double In ($18.60) and 1
expected to come from rih ($30.60) formed the win
a mproved Stnn Felner, combination that paid $398.
r three straight also. other payoffs paled in comp
scheduled to start In this son with the above mention
are speedy Florera, hard- The dividends:
Mrry Mason and the
BOWe0 Royal. FIRST RACE
Ray gt the aslignment 1-Legal Frolic $22.80. 4.20,
Happy O ullermo '2-BUarroe $2.40, 2.40.
che as uiul, will be a- 3-Portal $5.80.
nFeinr. Johnny Oon-
has the I up on Florera, SECOND RACE
R~ e .w e ad Merry 1-Corita $40.20, 13.40, 9.
ad Portun dal ol LLetone Lady $3.40, 2.4
J r., will handle Barge Roya's --Paragon T 0,
gains PFrst Double: (Legal Frol
Binn Feiner and Merry Mason Corista) $1,137.60.
S d take advantage of the sui-
ace that is sure to be set THIRD RACE
t race by Florera, Happy
oe and Barge Royal. 8lnn --Little Blue (e) $4.60, 2.80.
.e r, a poor starter. usually -utroPo 88.60.
me from behind but her last One-Two: (Little Bl*ue-l
ht after the break and scored
etrry Mason, now under the -B lea .20, 4.20, 6.
2adAlIng of Veteran trainer Oer- 2Joe $2.60. 2.60.
Sl Blvera, returns to action 3-Ldy Moon $3.60.
ter a lengthy layoff. The Qui. els: (Bou Flea-J
awlkers" report that he is in *
shape and could sore at a 4FIPTH RAC
P.a jorera also comes back to 1-Tampol $3.80, 30.
- the races after getting a rest. If 2-Don Grau$6" 0.
',tbeO track Is muddy, she should mI RA
-_ a dangperou contender. I-TH RACE
Sm.e o-%er interesting races 1-Double In $180, 6.80, 7.6
.re included on the card. t-i2-impe d .80 12 .2e .
3--Binikan Bridge a5.6O.
~'The Stud Uzza's classy Chin- -n ..
yeagdy snowed liking to o B M*h ym RACE
I-Matruh $30 m 16, 7.80.
%- ot track ana-rac-- I C .7.0
sa Itaihi, pkoto-xslni "-"'
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.in. t1e3:tured $650 8Sble: (Double
O r e:l daa. M ash.
gri took command alter
in Vedett in a battle OTH ACE
Se lad and opened a corn- 1l cal $i .40, 5.80 7.00.






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.ili Welterwe iht VI
d i ns Maertnez a rit mi
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Sit I val boxing in
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Spunch.
RUIIA. Oct. s0 (UP), Violent Vinc Ot .eraon,
ta w" pea to the fans to- Irouosyn rit nlht and re
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TV-radio bout at ~1ldobn Squ
t, Garden.
- It was Martinez' 12th stral
victory an his 3th in 42 p
Sfessional flgat
o Leftho i rorhad last
full 10 roud4 in air-first
counter at t Garden. Jan.
1953,-but .ost the decision. -
Friday night Al Braverm
president of thb insurgent "Mi
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a eager of reor and treasurer
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the corner nor in the dress
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- Martin, favored at 1:
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o ficlal score cards. Judges J
w Gordon od Arthur Susak
& gave all their rounds to the
year-old Paterson "Adonis."
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e rFlorerouL the third. This w;
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w even until 5-year-old Flare m
o stunned ba a t coming right
e the chin hi the seventh. 1
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par .-ellado A. Yeasa 112 -IRunling to t-1 op orm
4-Mr. Foot C. RIgean 106 --nsuallyr cta -1 y
5-Chlc's Ned aongo. 118 -Return imp roved 8-1
8-Floreno R. GOome 114 -Reportedly ready now -

3.80. 2nd Rue "I" Imported 6 Fg.Pulmse: $375."6 ool als.: L5 .
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1-Jlg's Up A. Vas. 110 -Returns from layoff 4-1
2-J. Anne V. COte. 112 -DRates chance here -1 C''A,.I, h ..a. M' Dt
3-,-Astoria J. Reyes 116 -Could score at price 8-1 5-Id IP -
10. 4--qulador J. Gongo. 110 --n better ahtaie -ow 4-1 en.rI S f ST B
5--Bartolo F. Rope 11 -L onahPt p t.r 10-1 -ovI wa be.
do- 6-Chely H. Reyes 110 -3 cnal al&I these 3-1 year. doFL.a ha
8--Fanglo Pres. 110 -Nothiln to rssmmend 15-1
o9-Roscrea V. CGst. 112 --Dpends on sart 10-1 mL t. S EJ b
10-Our Fancy V. Rad i. 10 -Nothing to Indicae m 10-1 (U )-R vvar4 oidn o uts i s
ire Sd Race "'" Native 7 Fp.Purse: $275 .0 eloge: 1.4S tSore Cowdrbntdma.stU An .
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-Camaron J. CaGlo. 120 -rDistance sults form P ol0-1P Clad.t.eOc iOCt.Ii--
2-l-inceridad San. 108-Unpredeictble racer 10-1 (UP) Oolgte sco redIn
3-Doh Pitin A. YeaZa 106 -Couldw score at long odds 10-1 fa periOd tod-?ay to gr
--8. Velluda V. Casti. 1160-C6onsistent performer -1 6 Wi P riaeto bese la
) 5-ChoWn a VRs. 112 --hould scor iar n Evn ..
6-Riomer -ongo. 114 -Has strong fihim o-1 ot 0






4th Race "E" Native 6 Fas.Prse: 8275L Feool eles: 2.520 Vw Navy U 52 7
. -- lt. -Filon Gongo 115 -APoar recent yoffr form 10-1 i onn. O
2-Ooran C. Mendo. 108 --Racng to top rm. 5-1 0
3--ot. San. 9Sn1-Rap well laust uo 41
4-Consntda A. Ycasa 105-t -.God early seld 5-1 Favored Com blanked r (UP) I aia
5-D. Chilea E. Corcho 10Sx-Jockey handlca 10- 1 ltU Th* lumb l's a red b s
6-Reaia J. Phillips 120 --Quitter, t glsht 2-1 ,10 .
7-(Piola A. Qonza.. 07x--Culd help sikrtina=t Evenuwho wsdre1hed with -UM.AaM
8-(Wlnuaba 3. Reyesa 18 --Latwa rsvidl Even ..r At first ofw .... 91 tA'
n th Race "' Native ? 7Fg.rse: S275.0M1 cl dlme :.3 .- .ld_. a .
SI .-W.Fleet F. f.- 105 --Not. ... ..of recnt rm E It.a
2-O land A. Gonua. l07x-Must improve m re 8-1 i e up w
S3-0. Boun F. San. 107x-Neeads stronsr rir 41-1 eb. aIMOe US 13s
4--Fuego V. Cerceflo. 107lx-Jockey kills chances 8-1 te ,- r tb g .
5-Met V..Orts. 118 Lat Indicats Even eleen.4-7ml ise ven t'ip pd_
7"-Danoel K. Flore s 118 --Dropped i.n class 2-1 .stthd. D awf ..
level t lea d when a.
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10-8. Windsor J. Gongo. 106 --Lst was terrible 10-1 the Monda luc ~*y ..H. ",.
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7th Race "I' Impsrted 64 Fg .Pue: I40 .0t Pool close: B4.05& ?th-eir orehad victoryA4.n CoCU ..
seond Raoe of the oube --, -vth td fLRt s W,,-1 e
--C. Pranc IL Ortl. 106 -Post t helps -1 "Ua proa uair.. rn of 0 s 5 yards a -
-.Discove.rig V. Ort. 11 -Will ht It out 2-1 .. IOWA t .. on e8
3 --D.M ridlen A, Ycma 110 --Betterruider this ti me 1 n3- P aUvria -roaim.... At yMua 'drk -
r Scone F. Rose 108 -Prefers Fr ddy' style 4-1 J:.t r l .C Uttl "
SHou 0. San. 118 -Dr d in cldans 2-1 W tu his los 0
Lordn Vasurl va lV.1 -tche"ould -ro s 1 S 2-1 p u _l, li oAeO.. .ts ou~0b stu(ta -
7-R. Em.blem W. Phillips 115 -Fastest at geway '-1 d ,rnd LjI Col adey1ii.dRfmrO t(a
8-Datatao F. Hidal. 110 -Dangerous -contender 3-1 .-.es ca-. .. -n e rM ..
ed n - - ,4,the A .T.. O ct.B e..l'
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rI- I-T. Lodge J. PhillIps 105 -Distance handicaps 15-1 5. 1 to e ts *at's oOl. r-iar gn ia 0Ta .
ring '$I-Remero R. Gomes 108 -In ry traonly 4-1 ahday in a n0-mnu thrilr.
his Pin Pon J. Rodii. 115 -Dston. i orle 2-3 th a h~m
L e nnl M o ori h a d t--o ofm2e V Ias
V-, ,- Hpe V. Cast. 116 --ae ~ form 3-1 Pr eILADEL LP IA Oct. 30 (UP~
S WestowVas. 11 -Seek vito 3-1co V-o .IM h wI oe --nymrad tods CAM = ,.,O.()
glis 7--Nswbightan J. Gongo. 108 -_C only 5-1 bv z Plh3-tte deinated Palnsyl- won She -Q0
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A kansas' Rise Most Spectacular In FooiI


.- Razorbacks' Foes Find Single Wing Setan
Qultmon as. somer,
,Olai with mine, et Lt By HARRY GRAYSON quite confusing when Wyatt furth- The Porkers are a fighting, spirit effort, the Pork vr b'
iM a thsnlt, ato r Ng RK. r crosses them up with a T ed band of opporn hey lted rom aa
el Ph I th a .. NW'YORK, Oct. So (NEA)- 'trick or two. strike with dramatic suddenness, junior- Henry
jI voie0h "hl .I At t he outset it was written that have the nation's strongest e- poised aphoM t ac.. .
'er throh e th e SPPiW.* Arkansas would have to struggle Though generally behind in fense inside their 20. er and pe Gerg
te- no along' without Lamar McHan,-etatistics, the Porkers have pre- Arkansas kicks off r receives and run r Buddy~
r Bmth p the old former T quarterback whom valled with the kicking ame so with a line that av es only stichout bloc ki a
of a tra and lngly of the Bowden Wyatt turned into a4 up- neglected today and playing thtir 10 pounds, but the lack of beef Carpenter. -
of gravy i nr o l ureaHou a tailback. own game. They lead the nation spells tremendous mobility and Jell r Fod is a ter
Sst to all tt Stats~Eics showed what the in punting, hit hard, recover fum- speed. at M3 pounds. Bily ay
SRazrbacks lost when runner and bles (14), intercept passes (13). Though it essentially is a team a l.antic sophomore, .ai -. .
,e nasser McHan was graduated to trouble for the other. a.i.e ,,
"f d J. Chicao Cardinals, le. -
da .. tc e H at a le ft th e P o r k e r s w ith n o oB o w d e n W y a ttr th e mi b .
St made-to-order successor. Tennessee All-Aeic.a
V this 0 An "Our investigator r reports that built Wyoming into natt i
to' ~~t, tthe r ilty a state of flux still ex its," the prominence, lN oses I
th Party line I" th"t -season report read. "He can't his present squad a iM I '
mu.v.er-. o run the 0 give us much dope on who is go- played 10 sopibomori a ,*
wdl. .M to play where." two teams
d )k The appreadlet~bfi
S.a. the y SArkansas wasn't even suppos- o Conference has piu
slt st1 l ed to show up. Coach Wyatt open- By CET SMITH prise of the E i A U
.. E w sa y certain ttred the season with no more Man W written for NEA Serice
l" only-pl tA e ltory of radelg a*t 8 half-dozen, seniors and lacking
i -one ina ony It can kee out of th e lettermen at tailback, end and In the days before and after
Ina a. ]r n t uliu cwen e dopa., T-ey shoalu center. The Porkers were in the Wrol War there was no more
naive *pin d lht of tIn.Yheirq Itn a nle Strdlum. ,a;drds ee a perea. s r ng noted football official than Robert, il .
WOms WB1 a wn MUsIC seven season in 1953, Wyatt's first W Maxwell, called Tin because
I 4 'turn to ot year." Not even Wyatt and a hi e was ust .b t
1I.'ur oca sto h a d ahny not o who could be stuffed into one pair
.MY-- voice of w knicr s. 7PR
WMan n, more than a four-six or .500 sea- of white knakmd.
he*a .t MrtCtol-;a awd Arnam with a g nad .f Tiny, a Swartbmore immortalny, aerw oriAT
wor oa PC ev y e ~p ~adt~doo-o r a wt ayL adin who was bothered not one whit
L L rtE.id lot o: f important b nds a ro*-Tulsa, Texas Christianby a stuttering afflietion, drew
t f4,Pa g, hat'df trdpttrblurh ao Iloaor Texas and 1aaiiialthe big assignments he could
that wa avy o.t ad two tek ..,a ..t ts. latter fo r ,enuine tougG-e pack into bsa busy schedule.
ed Wl Ibtsh.ng, .ba! .*34ePhlr A -Who have been in the top 10 this
A vd e'~_tr, Daee znutumn. That ranked the Porker o n ay, in the Bowl, Yale
tmaTr nTsdth- -lf-i ua' behind on-.and Harvard were at it, The ball
:.torI.7[: AotieohAo Oklahoma Olo h 10 was snupped to a Bulldog, who
woor Ut h. Abortive sc. tat an. aheadofm d .and d took a backward step when whe
Brown a tie with Yale still undefeated.. Boston Univelty for- strae a saw a mss Crimsoa come athe
1te a. Nttr Dame. saw a mass of Crimsou come at
tatted a rcid last t Wurday to hros, 14-1 him, butsgiddenlyfo d sIf

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an o._ by'th a aA e athdl etYa k-' man know a g": thing .
makerx. This RU larooks, the Parkersl ae prl. when ha-saw It and played Max-
1 rh- e no -m. tA I p that IV WJ1hitPr -rs wen,.
h.iii..t bfor a kia runoor Da.e h. t ,l, a ,. a tam of well-balanId well's huge bulk for al It was
r optim ln. cou -toaber w ha* cld beent au. lld he e that at the ale captained, "Ir have jt hon.-nl V- o :

e.a.m ian 9 rh..nuwies t .,there "s,' very SW roeaoon practca everybody also switch- Tiny Mazwe,, .r "s "B-bboe -sure .to ss-Uvi .
oor opti +l~ could_. memberr what had been tha pe's d to the Ti s that!at the Yale captain. ISs-seat fo &aae at the a-anam van Jaohnon ;08 .,A .
t, a6dI c1alld Lou ltil Arkansas' opponents find the dinner .. in .J;i
'Oh. that" Mr. Colw yawned. "It didn't- even come up single *ing a strange thing. Andl "Y-y-young man," he sputter- "THE SIEGE AT f.
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t thewindow as ridiculous But Hollywood's biggest success
sttory n yeas is just that It's the Grace Kelly story
:it hat all the ingredients good old success stories shuld
hoav--heart, struggle, the proper amount of sympathy..
,begin with, Kelly is a lady. She's also 24, blonde, bfu-
.-'9d, cool, composed, cultured--nd stainless steet inside.
k'Hol.lyAod correspondent Erskine Johnson points her portrait
R.wprds (and pictures) to captivate the hearts of readers


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Success


By ERSKI


4'1OLLYWOOD, Oct. 30 (NEA)- Rich girl makes go od!
i i a writer tossed this plot idea to movie producers he'd be' ushered, ai

Before the oak-paneled doors slammed behind'him, he would hear shou
ir,' and possily these more lucid objections to the i dea from a less den
!'?'Look, Mac, it won't sell. The whole idea is ridicu lous. It has no hear
'S amey There would be no struggle. It isn't a success story."
u'.t Hollywood's biggest success story in years is just that:
ZRich girl makes good
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It's the Groce elly story.
She's 24, blonde, blue-eyed; cool, composed
tioted.
And her story has all the ingredients good
cm stories hould have heart, struggle, the I
mount of sympathy.
To begin with KeHy is a lady.
But a lady zooming to movie stardom in this
sex-in-the-row er.a of busty and-leggy actresses,
and imported is ajst part of the Kelly story.
Also putt of it is a warmly luscious person
seen on the screen and an unseen cold deter
and will of iron described before by a film exec
4 A y' "tg steew l insidee"
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,'ichi 4Mk- Good" s#ry ; d'"f"$
utu'l fs have to know about one the (18M5) candy
l of-%th .INOW .mayor of Phlladelphta
The ich Phladelphia K e 1 from briclayer to he
ly that KAes.. $18,000,000 east coast
Just,W. ta kaW her father.x- contracting firm that
plains much 4out.'the. girl who build New York's RI
'in less than two years has co- and the UN building.
starred opposite eight of Holly-
wood's most, usmous aale stars Athlete
in eight of HIaolwood's biggest
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. "Ike a schoolboy ht flsh of first love."


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days, elleuy was a
with Gene Tunney for
War I AEFI lghtehei
title. A broken ankle 1
crack at the title.
In 1920, he was the 1
ling champion but wa
from England's Di
Sculls, rowing's prize
He was rejected b
British ars t o c r a c
wasn't a gentleman
"gentlemen ..never w
their hands.'
Two months later
father beat the Engli
pion and won the O
Games singles title at
As the story goes
brated by sending hi
cap to the King of
"with the compliment
Kelly, U.S.A., brick-li
There's Grace's m
Margaret. -
Still a beauty-a
cover girl of the Roa
Champion
There's brother Job
Jr., 26, who followed(
father's wake as a
sculler.
Accepted as a genti
won the Diamond Sc
Ing championship in II
hi 1949, while Grace
members of the Ke
cheered in sweet reve
papa Kelly's humillati
years before.
There's older sister
now married and m a
name for herself as a
And there's sister L
University of Pennsylv
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INE JOHNSON le a ch a
The testwuasm o&IXfilm
tided "Tax I de z i
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nd not politely, out of every office ."t the.t0 ," mgr edbwl
pkwdt:tepre of 6e
ta of "idiot," "lame'briln," '!knuckle- oe; ai ts3. .
nonstrative studio bsed; -a4t cll ai, o fljoihme." Gr M.
t. There would be no rJpathy for a 6 -' 'O;
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"I thin I know what to do ,
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old suc- sel of- tuni
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Swbo, rosea t a a
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ht .*: what.d wh r ad bow t g Her A it reading for a Broad-
,it," a atudio' cutiveI me. .way l won her the role of
younger KELLY Il O&OM8 adnl when "'hs a thte11omt deficit~ ti Ra ymd Nssais 's daughteW. in
contender she irants, wea~ lasses on set. OL e u~ca kt another "Teo Father." But 'the a o
ithe World 'g t i*. about t' er: closed after pnly t o inoh o
avyweight elgn earp as a wealthy debuten, t-laj,
ost him a to, marry a'Mainllner and pro. i
menade for charity. .elly of del- .
U. S. scul. Besides, it was older sister phisai&Jtd, has th~me Then .some- esoendbg sue.
s barred Peggy and not Grace, who al. d- e, percept hd eess ao a t lgusioama c s m
am o n d ways has been the apple of pa wi of :wth a or tiaS 80
race. pa's eye. On -.gd ft. it dramawiMtha ,80
because "Sure, I'm proud of Grace,'' o show'" it n hl ... ..
y said he he said to a Los Angeles friend dau&gh,0 .tw e seio er At first -C-race was type-eas
- British in Lodlville after the last Ken- asks as a eo gi and rich lid
York with tuckylWaby. "But did you ev. But of lher home screen ap-
ser of my daughter, Peg-pearane
gY?. 1I pxrught to see that Pegr, a r rl
G r a e's oY Bmosome She a lot on .. Grace Ke glrWanImd to pn "Li~hts Out,
sh cham- the baltop, Bhe's making a a tress at- 1 .whe W But th' ts fly by so f1at
lympic greet a pdp0_r herself as an her acting dt on.TV thaLI name of Grace
Antwerp. artt derful paint- Kellymea te to ineyfego- ~-
he cele. er. a great act- ers.whenb-it ppea OI Tn A
is rowing reos, ,..*re a .theater .H Sr 5T
England pa.he a&* 3 s;ah:
s of John"Ri *e;-- a remembered a- e
ayer." van cued an adult- who l,
ther- G swift rise to 1! ".er lie. But HollydBn'tseep
magazilWas from a set t Phe lB."M th offk last" b
magaziiie of bbalu011Mnepeitingly ditl-' ..tdd Ue: ?itd.t risn girl united, ,rhee flry, N
aring '20s. ent .career-wise Holly. slier The lUtt. w bite -whi red
wor .... -sbe .Hos uel J aN around -thei .roul ettee" ... nea,
School but warm* Ihe WsE t At @" 81 wheel at Cs.es one light last
ly lu :uty and her Qua an rdt1A July and'dkpped Into double
In Kelly, lity t bel were tantals. 00. -
d in his ing t stJi h well as to gn That fi s ," said Ca
champion the a sle with whom she ,r irant'b )rake.
workat"e, too, ". 'sat tood,
eman, he HerA.lt two leading men, gehool in the Pasans
culls row. bahe r Clark Gable and mar to desin- s 1 to n Be ed
947, again ried ay Milland, acted. ik ulle 1for Girls. Bu i i the I the betas.
and other schOol-byls in the flash of first ence ezam a *Aln B "B'
lly tribe love. ta. sand au pur-
nge over ter movie profile.p a ar a '. ` c aeda to
on of 27 C40 i. Stewart, WI& atrytheift* Tdh ar,
SP liam e, Stewart Granger, at A an they r ca..
r Peggy, Fr aMs: and Bing Cros- -pppe 4tt rppn.A s o ara- .'- *a t r'ea
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Drive
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By Robert Bridges
Why hst thaou thing" n ~by tace?
Thou dol Of the human rat,
Thou tyrant of the human ~rt.
The flower o lovely youth a t;
Tae and that standeat I tL gmth
An mage of eternal Truth.
With thy exuberant flesh Op fir
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Ert fran his chaste mn= t M
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Lke to his godb in thy proud 4al,
Thy star shee .of-nakedness.
surely thy btiod t thy min4,
or a thy face Is n ouht to fad,
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But aamnlees will and pow, ieBae.
In secret smtuoaus innocence,.
0 Iing of joy, what Is thy thought?
I dream thou knowest it st noqo
And Wopldst in darkness osePt, thou
Mtkest the light where'er u go.
Ah yet no victim of thy grace,
None who 'er long'd for thy embrace,
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