The Panama American

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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:
AA00010883:00820

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heiutisre bs. CJu1ef Pml infOt The battle shattered the tradil- of .jlonor last ni ht at a retire-
SSl t t onal calm which waa to mark Sena Wayne Mrse (D-Ore.) re- meant part helu at the Army
to ye invspto tgrs aie a M l today 'r holy ea t et Aid El Kebir ewto stu denying ad that Tabott and Nr-avy Club under the ponhief
td thatL ae w pere A LMW ia airvcbd by m-1a. te ,an Motical rebelsign oseto determineiether T a -Sen aip of the Canal Zon e Po-Dv-

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Chinese Premier Chou Pn-lai's
Isofter attitude osffrelaigAMer-
loan rsoners and easing Far
They said Chou's word will
be put to the acid teat In the
U.8.-Red China talks opening
Monday at Geneva to negotiate
the freedom of 40 American civ-
ilians and 11 US. airmen.
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ly settled." U.S. diplomat do not
exoect clear sailing in the talks.
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ou's words." one informant
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the prisoner Issue, the "libera-,
tion of Formosa." and the eas-
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on abrupt switch from his warlike tactics %h
"peaceful liberation" 'of. Formoso and
could be reached at Geneva next week on t r
on U. S. prisoners.
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policy speee.broadcast by Peiping radiohied. t he
oers powes"' willingness to cooperate 'a t:he m& ult:
ference and urged concrete actions now to nd tdo ,,
War by negotiation.
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for easing Far Eastern tension and said the Pi
gime was ready to undertake obligations with otKi'
tries to cut arms levels.
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On Forps, he said, "condi.- The great power
tions permting. the Chinese peo- Red Chinaa musttuarteb
ples are redy to seek the liber- secure of such -
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Svalor. Wit r t even1 hie wae i the r t wasa a -.
y be t n stpy and more perfe- with a tCA Victor clam. aa A
.. .. et." trhe ui maTe porl wt r aej apn The Che Arch idambassadors
Se wi t l t. apdint days aa n sltla nt tsraItl
nevon teacher, Critictiaeifael T V irte in Mr s.ado:W:as ArWfon a neo tT booehs y home t7m
of.- ro Chs no yt Cane ,-A Aae cherry wood In... .rat.i al t .e.. e b-rel .. hde......d a.ry
To make t *t PwBattl- t uaa 4 M1ridm's lepiballffti Porter tck,-the Boton Blond, a ...... _tquS_: te *" .;e the U nittd Stat *od ...
,aft ,a t..s_,l ,ng ra mus Warn eurlositt t a bla-. 1esa chrrW.i t ,to. de B ie t anotherr"
n is t, beky." d- ter ,even th the s young alan who revealed uncom. The presentation was made by Sntritch as a ine that "thee ins ot United Stata dip. eclr e
Sto ed om m var d possesses proper James Hatcher president of the not only. Iterial b. a r a ,h de
d -r;teOe d o w e a a t. !th e ,. 1 1l r e ls o O M e.a. e ad d e d 'It b e oed e tit
httb i se thoe tl t trthe vS sth.thh IIs not yet. e not y Canal Zone Pofle Assochatlon. tul pranne r utber of AApmericari viliann in men," Cheou ert A
F at er a. ; C usual harsh a my 1 BNt theie are loI. hderae tre many a th e States. The Catholic Church uChfter is mll,eme cdtheir n dy to join .la
sa"Thi. .- dim aha e membeer of' orgiin ahhoeventuresdbl" lt y haa. r Is mml, 6 l ea "tb. question d, to Join t e
l ...- 5- tr.t. enB~Mes .ft the bullfi htiBh .eitls wit lthe v le r, it the Canalt Z me' lFnot, he day. and become s stronger a. m te"er tel er i darmel ad
C, hWb w uee nanuullMs Im io otthat ina the iture, mhis h on tonednd ion both mons the Ameran people. 6 mRed i d 11 lleri o atomic wt,
,..tw,.ice by l1w D ..- manm.am for. t he. Be r, B d *t *'et i o the sides of the Ithmus, but s -ear- .'In Chicago, there are 15.0.- ed t dtai bat aR the Somviet M a e!
Pmk Porkers en eaw he wa keepi .kt first apperae in r ug unpoahed, side, will y 18 y were sls u po- 000 Catholics. it an no lo pared t be hl9m ht em te. Solved, Chin l H I
patron the Pino in- adrid Vista Alegorte burig a become eer and more aerthet. lee sergeant in command be said today that the United peer he l the r. tha converen
CH JQOly 30 (UP)--,Nine stead I .tm, I. For the time belat he has the Gatu Police Station, Sttes Is a Protestant country." tr, a he "-sim for the rte blat. on elong -wito
little Cbter wie p at the W.n, eMeback fr Tuck eeeived tw I. He earned himself the estimation of which is now a Lake Patrol frm e Uanisd states. tries," Chou sid.
rookflSMl Zoo here wef expos. te aod tr- tt we k, he was wa- Sa by shake .p but re(ud the pabic." t. Pot. ElAt f lIlI I
d-totb sih too long and got L, wed on SPaby--l .sty girl toleavr the ring. a e .pad .. l UNlIDll Chou noted that the Geneva T
Aupburned. earr.M 4.9ostri'hu eOgl m a vel-*a cate s. Good, Mia that Tuek said he was born in Even now his Gatun friends.. .. talked were called to aete the mall U
-r vet ltsWh.... tehey are, they f iees lnor Bbwtu's Beaoson Hill 6ee ion, but of which there are many, call Vll ter of repatriating cvilltans and to ,
Satteaiants toothed the "I lMthat" he ruHlly told his can quh eopm up to.-Slguka- his parents presently relied in him "sergeant." V l "facilitate further discuss and C
wth ltan lotion. IdtUee. .1t,. bt i the ease of t they Nartdale, Mass. Tuek's other pro settlement of certal other prae-J
..- d tht prtp 4 had too r painter, an abstract DBorn in Lnon, I., Herman a R TA tilal matters now at issue between ..
....ch. .,.. Dpalhter. lived a number of years in Texas Ig KR To su rp s both .des."
SCrt Mers, w re He first came to Spain in 193 and spent three years in the U. Chou sidmostof the tension
v ted more tIa Si and met matgdor Sidney Franklin Army before he came to theLONDON. July 0 (UP Sir had bee caused by the U. S. "oe-
andk's ,li 21 Ine in SevlIn. Franklin at that time Isthmus In 1915. Anthony CMe has aat ed er'l cupation" of Formosa and "its
STh thelfightln academy Winston Churchill to hlo wel.ntree with the liberation of AUSTIN. T
lite" 9% 1. C interfierene with the liberation o,,
B]lod." ia Al Guadaira, enrolled He was promoted through the come Russi 'safrmler to Britain Chin's coatalslands." A de
S"The aterit of this Aun man Tuskof .taut him the funmd- ranks and in 1041 was made esp- next rsring, informed sources ie said thris ution could not ln three
An^ t.heI = t the iW me atie then Tuck has tain in command of the Crito- said todav, He ai i thhe "liberation"' eoo
waes rM0loly th, J~~at A yeap- Ibta in Can. bals police station .re _Capt They raid this wat one of the a Foraes. Neroes anu a
tbulI d ve u ..laieoJSeres, L Linea, and other Lawrence CaJlaway', W. -oEwn topics discussed yesterday wJhen. ".fp l ,e .. ..e ,"ih. Cl ra ee-wi be
peap iloss, povinciaes a cpitals. Atlante Sidie commander. Prime Miniater Eden reported to e goverameqat is igBto re-
tto remalisr J.,ta Wit as going well for He was tra oed to the- Pl- his old boas on the Oeneva con- Ir it o negoetiaton with re drel ta
i ," a wrte. him here on May It when a gst cific pIde In 1943 when he was ferace.. sponsible loal authorities of Tal.
T V a.. writing n of Wind lifted his cape sad left appointed assistant chief of po- It wap Churehilt who father to map t crete steps for.ltc..-.h-oJ
Nm ei las, the ogb06 It Was.then that lice with offices in tle Admn- A the Si"nd"tfnferaw t Taiwant' peaceful libertion." dlace
iderm ebulleharged. Istr"iation Building. de" invited- h bokt o 10 And be made It clear he weud ~. t _
.a eoegr iwbecameoDt ealef of the Police Downinv St. for crets 1f-li N.otMeg to.anihas
Aeoverinfromf i two bor Dvaen JJi .m, 190. the 8t same Some 500 pertins lammd Into al-" overment whenbe
woui 1AdI's b time that tSe Qansal sone the nrrow street to bear nd "bel athriea" sa-I,
Sha torl i alreadth bease prt of the Civil nrs Churchill on him third vial! to r3 telae he cemualats "a
I. et sei.mat eenrda. a seema Bureau and e iuartersea wer e Prime Minl-r' residence iry esed to a des r
-earwre a Vista Ala 4movdd to the 0Cvll Affairs Bunl- he retired in Arl. plts of so se ca '%We
sr -.m o r r Ing. n- There was no official resort clams.' -
SHe and Mrs. tsa of the cinverutlniss. TnoerMed Con made these other points: it S
a lrA t r from Cristebal onama sources maid nl that an and -The Geneva Big rbur center
Sil Ir ene-Alet Au't f Augucst 13 and vwi ,st boCurchill talked ovr the a eses ad other international meet-idren esii
Switch their daiihter in San Aa- rTur meeting, what tn do next.g moved all world problems C h f _o':
.. .. .ors, n U tSSmaon tonlo.Texas.Any.e they-haven'tand how in arr-an thp forth. be vetoed by egotiati S w
BB Cif A decided where they will make coine visit of Sovt Premier -Commlt China has demo- If the u
o rt.WtdW An T',-At-(UP)"- The man their future home, Nikoli Buionin and nmmum- billed 4,.10,000 men and dresti- .ut It ile
Sa a e who ,aPte Amrerta's anl time !st Party Chief Nikita Irush- early cut its military budet ald an po iy
Sra dt be-ln book was *a noted chev iill to i a woi r
mines w-e W"y tprodpie a rWta worbe. Double Deal. moment confeream. s ,.. .ntr .'
-ti eded for r-h a th. William Holmes Am I5-The people of alt
antofredbrest. aasyi j&a.l-amoua ."Elee- NAPLES. Italy. July 20 (UP) U UH II demind an esd to the CoM War by sex rahat
The L edoefl *, e ti Aders*to his pubMhler with -Joaw Emil Poncel of Parls're- the ellminsatio of the threat probably this
b e in%. _q ,jganswers a e'aga'ieat le would receive a uerted to the polled yesterday J new waru... tldg t "t
to t~Ndifl seealags I, sD a UTeroyally until the sum that he had been swindled n a rN r l D 4 ad CMn phld& theie would d. o .
jFN are, trans e after which the moner exchange deal when e / pogma- a German reailmeain gather: w. h,'
because the publisher's received a packet of upel as n. a S IAl t demilitarization must me a sep
ha.sgmv. p.qser .topped by one med .toum tnia UmWV3vJ l a,.TIM first
*sa- f sa adlre-note(S IAaMts so eda are ta..
dustaad V~eGuey hqd received only a "e. returned an hour later to OIlOON. July 30 (P)-Dil- irn If..
'ab Pi have elteoert he had been robbed of 10mlits apeulst today wheth' D-o R vt nm sr
af-t t am.w for hish i wallet containing 3,000 or Russi will loin western na te are a
tppgadsscho ftac O0firet. Smoi
er4 s aneh* ol.lurpo- i attack n at ai Smoking Ha its Sheppard aim
". r -t qq l" Fren -- mi --There were f iveU oan a. BUENOS uIv 30 (UP) In two d_ a
Sng the s whn --Pres ent Jan Pn I .- Shool
Co0ol Move "'Sarlan a clat.doo settodayes Ws eet
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tr -i fi e .
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umptuos than ever. S Ilk velvet
predominates in this line while
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Xm"L aniotife and designs tW
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i roving one. "No more stran-
waists," says Griffe; "they
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shoulders he compares to the old
tea-cosy. .
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Jaeques Helm develop aig
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seasons back. Tbtiis mes. med
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we s wamp mBalnday- at side.
in Califoria ceamic.. Comes hi side
seoprwUbe etkifw isndvsieth iamove r
gold topend tim. MakLes the kind
y9u u a ulit
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'd rather tcoait my- she sat down. takl ourselves and eve r.y arms o- hiddn a aln
Aftrward In tryj g. figure w sy with a heavy-hande sI 1 hat I ur at .
out why bot women. were such omuo. 1 .ay s duUi ht. M ws a to
ield spkes t t A- netlv- an atcoered ft Io tn at ours elves "No, maa 4 i sub
me *tmet wou1d that both a had as tered f at i of r mie e.-th.
at i lady bas. t.re. the sien tenque. as. aUbat W-naturedly p .
raoy sa,' a-e -ttw 3ata wereab to e gtvs the i ld of depuor p -_ -or
naI that. o riountthouhte tsh were try. 1hm-all* lmake the Alr .s a
romN ptici In I to.-put agss touches t more p* r
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ace to ke over a head woman is all right. $ .ugh she or t f oortumtie Ae Mu t- What fU
Dep at, feel dee about the serious mnrir IhtiW ui bq we did, M W ros .l-' .i_-S:. 8
Cea ,' de- t tSer llr too seriousl" u a allies to lit It
ir of Mthet~ .~lt eIt.yoccurred. th. that we l t .us t May. Nor w t 1 at
Sreneesomnoeb. o de eia oth tr Iak
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&ie ,reMJ l~dl s t til Army-Nivy Club, Pert tAi-r 'The- .o.ers
ferdi Wie'mClbt et u
UdJ eftl 0. Apel, vice-p dent; Ms. A. Ra th'aad
' I~lcjd i.-J. iitDl, t!tasurer. Utanding (left to. _t) U anc: MI.L W" E. LliftWl Mrs. Joieph
, P. Phftluoclier trwurer: Mra.r F.. Milir, former president G Mrs, c. 0. Klser,formner
secret t ione! C. McGarr. Not eltow A. Is the new seerettqi, Mr&a flt: W. Blmsan
f v *'WI G "HOST-' o P I .. f -,ra ...
Gu^iOO1018T FOk IRA-BENVEDA Balabew (3irls t CctltbaI
*o j tsr .ui WfaJ. Gem. O"Wbrss of tbq CriatobalAs'
if B a' .ftbhwd Do pe- imbly No Order o tshe Rln-
K li wellee thSe dance last evetlng at the eatun
rz'n rb- zi 4l ba.se, su.uonil Temple for alln Rainbpw
SLt. 1 d ; orgts p .der orDeMOaIy .btd
ow* _., n .- t so;. .1 *
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eOAra ah with MMI.,Mrie. Wtel WGgeve Curl, le was played by Larry
y oth, who also b ho jrrai nt, Elizabeth Benon. Lane and s orchestra.
pred at.te prexcallearre-irgla B JaQd. and John ---
e wIt f oeraubei- nfe.Powe .net. .r m_ ....
week.ak eftaq .j.A"w sa .. ThI npitI meeting wWi be at the por m ta fraiir
,t.h .iCa .A.i u aor 9 pt.cerr Club Thurt- A h vel a prts shirt dance was
.. '-,s 1 1 Mrs. DyanelA b01 Lhat fnhtby te We hing-
,hl's ".,cw, .n...e -o... o -w W.A )otb C0 u nClr at -the Br W a
aso s. pr j ; ..ry .ii. The Royal
.'e. T f Ilay Sultans furftlshed uaic for the
i a T. a -, .On I tS c ,O afftlr
aM E w ..ll ..* a. .h


BATTLE CBR K, Mlch..-"(UP)
-Tall person have one big strjlhe
against them -
Mist MUthilde Messner. director
ichsical thrm at t Bate
Veraon has g'mW dtf tx wth
posture an( rel"hdaar the
man or woman of averal height.
"CeAider the tall excute
leading ._gra ek too 'low
blli," MIMesller said. "In to
time 1 t11f i" will develop a
umped back, the muscles in hi
Aeek and Ahoul4ers will form Into
tight knotand the pain Tn the
gms of h~t back will reduce his
eilficiency.'- -"
While there is ip %emedy for
being tall, slt, advsed that swivel
bair always smu ld be adjusted
for comfort. She oumseled against
crossing th' -legs hile seated,
gripping f lhe uJesof e chair with
the hands and sitting with the
head jutting forward.


S"Poor body inechanins Is re.
sponsible for much bursitis.
newritis and. other' lls arising from
faulty circulation," Miss Mesener
asserted.


b aL'atespbuta

api..tlt.s l.. l wha
To na l to 'S l g .do

c the- b f en out.
It will als ner able in sij
Ie up y tout .
'mins close, r what


carri ibe." a do
It's id gpq postum M u. se
lets. the spin give tOe maximum
.upartltq the body Ami albowa an
f the t, r ta i.f you 0
t wh res t.

Ag Off ice Helps
Grocery Clerki
WASHINIPTON 'Pt The
Depp tqqct.e4 AgrjcUlture hais is-
futWa i.0-p bokleot teUlin gro-
ceryc lse-i hov.p b become better
grocery clerks. .
T.e dl rtm e advice boils
down to "work smprter-not hard-
er.'*'Thi; teluat>l Wie. reached
afler a survey. l. ucted by the
research divisip e, the Agricul-
tural Marketing Service.
The department said particip-
de to impove ir waork re.
sultSl in wider acceptance of im-
proved method, better use of work
time, and increased ales per
clertwli- or. The survey showed
that an employee .will accept new
methods more quickly and smart-
warip'mre rapidly if he can dis-
cuss therm ope l with his man-
ager a feelsthat he is part
of the program to get better use
of thme. .

CAMPTON. N .-(UP )-Sixty-
flVe town voters decided this year
to replace t 50-year-old wooden
water pipe with something bmre.
rnodet: It will closeM 30,00 to
change ver. .
.. a a moucte ad, bt he
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Just arrived in Panamk City, is ready to serve distinguished
Panamanian ladies with the latest in hair styling.
Nino specializes in all Tints and Cold Wave Permanents
for dyer hair. Fashlen-flavored Hair Do's-.Hair Cute.
Castilla doe Oro Building beside Panama Hotel.
),ours: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.-Ask for appointment Tel. 3.4740


AT YOUR TIVOLI AVENUE BRANCH ONLY


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* The pirty will be held at the Mrs. Gene Simpson of Las Cum.,
Union Club beginning at S this aft. be., .. .-, .' ,-b
ernou. Tickets my be purchased at
S -- ,Dalmr's Shop on Tivoli Avenue
Aifit "To or by calling Ms, Adela Bettis at
2 a]P NI 2M8.-a-314M betnweei n 8 p.m. and 4
St travel .il i, 'W i n g s to p.m. or Mr t. Gratelya Jdknston
rer ana 9Wf ay to Hawaii," at Balboa. Wt
wJ be s by -in- Amberifan
world d Airways atthu Malboa YM-- .
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Daias Womaa's
ca, Grorup soeent
.rs. Vtda -Pence and Mrs.
Ltise Morehant were hostesses
10 theq Balboa Woma n's Card
*uraUp, -oy uncheci and c r d s
sh aurdady. 'i Ail
tifasts' nd. members atleding
weyf semdames Patsy Ryan, In.
ba d trsgr, RIuth Boureos, R.
Fordr Sars Rowley, Cone Ste-



Mort, Helen Jae SparL
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For afternoon and cocktail
For dinner and evening wear


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Dr. C. E. Fabrepg D.D.
Dr C. A. Bey D.DJ
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FOR SALE
Household


FOR SAL-..-29-yacb lfrie-
o $60; ailmegy doublee bad
frame w/ .g $50; mahogany
boekeme S$1. CaH 2-4212 oft-
or 5:30 p.m.
M SALE.LL. WafIghms reN-
f rtor, 25-eyclOe *reNelnt;
eel table.- k el chirr. CeH 2-
291.
FOR SALE: GOn seve, gpd
m0d2lto $70. Phon A.lbcrk
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FOR
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FOR SALE m1IISCELLANEQOS FOR'
Automebilo ALCOHOLICS ANO UW .Apar
.-AL: 1 1. W O1 2
SALai-1954 Fed lShete BOX 1211. CRIS1M4l Ci-'
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*nexmllent condhti, vwte tMr,.
dlo.. Phsme Pename s-1144,
from 7:30 e.m. to 4 p.m.


FOR SALE: 1954 Meremy
Steatn Wagn, bread new 1955
Ford Uation Wagon 100 miles
Ielbes 2-1050.
fOR ALE:-'S1 Peatie I Cat- .
alinM, good condilten, reasonable
pijog.. qWtSW 3PHL :


DLR CHOLL'S tmhm CUhiepn -
diet, Alexander, Juto AreIme.
am NM. 58. Phone 3.2217.


Genral mpelr apd rfinfish o
At ltan fumitwue. ternitoed
wrk. Modemrte priem. Home
9dyvr. M ervm, Infrent of Rs-
iser Grdm. f.im 2.1J74
"JIMMY."
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FOR SALE
Miaeellaneous


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Ej m .e a f -FOR SALE:--. Ov'*edss nk e. Phasem -063 ,
L`11A81118 opens a sae bedt two medR Eabi- F,;;" j
ILg. %S .'p- J tps, boay's bike 26", u,' bik 124", 0 U :-' F1da* 04. 0
Lt .m1"buyers," twin Iby cmrriAge. mer an Via Parb
-,. F OAL P Aymd.,.., Sve 2'-a, ..a x'
"Chirophmeht-I FheaueSimat -ModemNol, l to rolo 'four
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sm speeimw an.e-a FOR SALE:-Mode living reom dare our-doer sedan V-8, Pow- FOR SALE: r.*rw Sponm '?
Sset, prtalcticey.w %tn tiq I iwo f gal 9// tire, puppies, 100% pure bred, tails -'
wuiminDbArTA wI e a et 2 .%*i&doby af.t'..t. Cali docked., Phone 2-.3229. W mirL"M
Cow, (HIROP TORS C ,half price; d iat lM.9.m.et
-...,, y...r i.. V;.p.. ,.. To HamOper PShA Es A
awllO Cmetantiquewhite. very cheap;a O RSAemlegitered pups, 2 mime. s
a 1 Av-nue Spinet p ie nso $250;' artid s e- B a ln S l i pops' 2 ma
U mer sblindspne p" lwne $45; ;mdeied Viatol" Hardtop Sport Coupe. Cmll 88-452. Qumrte IlI-A,
atmaster mhogny dress- On d miles on ad Fort Gllk. WASHINGTON .-( -- A new
Qsttermar mohogsny drass- tar. PForduetl lafnssmlsmin., ra- -s
s. shiffenlrs 25 two ouc di. and white sidewell tires. version of Ground Contl Ap
TRANSPO'R Al m beds, odd chairs and tables. Duty paid. Color-snowshoe white FOR SALE:- Rabbits, Califer- oadh, now being made standard h
Pecker Shippers Movers p eite top bottom. Tropical Rose. WiI also pedigree, 8 weeks of the Civil Aeronauties Adminis-
-pe arf ae t ond tlo 5. Mouse riatisnforroth n ty 5 1' s 0.
1168 -444Sib5 1 2. Tl-2orifice for $2800. Call 8504 Margarita, Phone 5-1986. ra a
Rn at ephosert- Jme. Tal- Colea 195 for demonstration. 15Will04Mraargmariyta, Pno196.in
tPhone 4-136. ---- .---- -_ 9._ _t 1aAnd a l e- 2
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL FOR SALE:- 1950 Oldsmobile. meant weather conditloo.'
Riding Jumping classes dv FOR SALE:- Beautiful ustom- d edlln, hydramtic. ro- Wanted Position 7
5 tg 5 p.m. Plns 5-0279 ,, made bleached mahogany bad- r a.mnstmonl.Makeffer. Plesiea of
or by moPimsme. mmet, a ti2719e new..C Frt DlvN 87-42. YONG LADY leP v 7 w the Aircraft Indusmres Assoeia'-
for famly of 2 persons or just tion, says radar op"ators s .-
6overmoiAl Bosts WANTED Sligshot h per .A.,x n ,.a^ -nalsimultaneouyonthbr' screens.,
PifhlIeRsA., lo73p, Cmlhave had.to call for's caif c mo-e
5 eMiMeliu os euvers for tosiltive Aittflcatiol 6
S- of any one o. those plpel. But a
BeneMls To POWs WANTED... v. quart calls 57 Snake Old Det e .system, an a
on or about August 15th. Work- BLOUNTSVILLE, Ala. -(UP)-- Old Debt aticall draws a line" on the
WASIINGTON -(UP)- Prison- In couple. Cogll 2-1537 lb. 'Shorty Hutehen s so good with PORTLAND Con. P) seen, potting, the plane con- C
er of war benefits now extend. to -USINIS lseti. f ar tuI .sling shot that he can shoot a Ten years ago Deputy SherPft Jaek.
American citizens capturedtrade. Any reasonable proposi- steel balr through the neck of a WaL'is came upon an elderly con-. This new,.airport equipment is cu
g in the military of U 11 tin for rdell or w oft drink bottle and knock the pla whose car had a flat tire and technically capable of' assisting Chi
St allies afte Dec. 7, building co ededra. Wrire o bom out. ..aaaaa the pilot to land ay aircraftss
SCommissioner Pearl a Sete 7 Panama. And he just carved the spare. It was late t nit and equipped for normal isrnt
sPa: 0 WA NEeD:ei .i -notch in the handle of his letha no service station m ere open. flight, 'regardless of visibility -con-
tle.ti Comm.on aid: WANTED:- h litle weapon for-"killing another Wills drove the couple 150 miles editions. Used to control and ex-
i dite. m 5 rattlesnake. to their destination, Lyvn,'Mass. pedite traffic around a ousy air-
S12. hot goes ting about t,.4M own ear. Recently, 'Wlis port, it will permit IUmnge at
l ina|||l,* .I4al ,S ^,-jL, :wph t Blmeans ,Iwd 43tk .hecbk'O tlalthe' ra&, ofTod e a`ianfWtal*1
"L '- l e elderlaa'u state. Itm asi ltb upperiods Ouniimud rrsister65 d.
were held isorers of rces hiisrbsto sell. H. alwayslar- on the ride -0 years ago. dios.
Stoverst rs his slingshot to kill snakes.C. .. c.
by.any g government ** -, ..-* varmnits and ganmc-ind ewan
w ich, such allied government AfM- mr. --k mad'dogs He is so accurate that d d
s been at war subsedueht to A U V he can dug t the ashes off a u g- aid

Cm e 'ChPaauzeet told the e t mee h sutels n the head But he a- Al
SCommissioner face 'ei eI oPth a International edic" l Con.u t dowm -tw ftom 100 feet with be
at filed claims o.r pt b fol,-" gress here about his invention of! head shols. "Ie hdis it, is definite- .. .
be filed on or before 3Jl ".wL--S- "Antitobacco," which L, non-toxic'ly not true' that he shootsi n t-m 1.
S"Conjpensation .s .a ap4mU u and -comain'no nicotine or to- only in Ibe. left c'.' men
to $2.50 jer d". sh f sbacco -And he admits that when quir.i of
Payment wips be at s n b rels ar running, he doesn't try dig
seized assets of enemy rovernl- "Antitobacco" is made up of for head shots. com
ments during World War' aromatic leaves specially ured I Shorty, whose reai name ,is
creating the appearance sid aro-, edSry, is a 66-year old farmer. Hestra
u s ers ma of tobacco. took up :erious shooting with asud
Suggests Drivers maof.tobaconi
g TDr. Chitni said that was al slshot w.en he was a buy md
alk To Selves and the formula will remain secret e urns rearms en de
Si l patent rights come through comes O hunting. per
-DETRQlUT (UP) Motorists He has filed 'his invention andI
hh take long trine by themselves e beneficial claims of the reduct
oud be smart ifthey talked to with the Genoa Medical cety an
iJ!.^16. witn Genoafterdte s oaiboty. UIWls .IbUE,, VLVWa.B
Safety p t Dra ]. Chiauzzi worked on his In- -L
urself when Sn l qg*arette smoking i an
y Weta iton rels .'a the las e n auinge t sinok- 9hi to ta. .... .)


' ay problem, parts of the human body as well.Iof plA nt o.r wthw-, .. 3ei
Te and mokn ptht row't mohre dt- Sta
tOther wa' o combat boredom It w- s necessary to et around'dertandable to yhi.ldren, Mr
.va t aa ome t h f tute, he felt dntigs in urbane dren with'r
setanver-incn to i -ot only on the lung. buta other s o wthe s hime facs A
4y problem. parts of the humane body astwell .iof plant growth The,
Ohwa cobat"bro itsnecessythout at To make plant growth more us- o-
BE wav CombaUtY ~OP .... wasnethesstater arodt understandable to children, Mrs, dkn


ve4todrive with terai fo blat-"desrf todbaccoAu.-, h -
ae v r iv* Il sLei- tll-asubstuwhfl seed s pinacon tainerwhere thed
r a.to~t. Ora a r Cwau mi5 felt.youngsters canr wtcb the growth


owae hr t*c,. esShe said children in thee .Mau



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A person past 38 or so has -a
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The problem u juvenile delinquency cw ig oda
newspaper headlines formal the. subject ofr IUM'U pow s
ful drama "BLACKBOARD JUNOL" which ept the
BELLA VISTA Theatre 6n Wednesday.. *
-B sed on the sensational best-selliw'Aveel" by. uWist
kHnter, with its pivotal characters enacted by. Glenn. ord,
Aune Francis Louis Caibera and Margaret Hayes, the p1-
1tl" tell a rellatic, unepmpromialng and relentlessly grip
ting af vfir wscher whose career, marriage aug
v iy t are threatened .btihe teenpge g.taBrs whno*Ak.
a- mockery of his rlssroom in a metropolitan vcational -
school.
"BLAC RD JUNGLE" a-s disturbing, hard-hit .E
draniattizaton one sothtoe OOW a6outroverates of osurAt
and l _makes for an obarWbing motion picture. A .



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...- ..- ..Arq also coupled
cholaughsbi."At -h' n"
C.6 1A& :epykaSfTheuilasta at
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...C college tug
U Ssq~v* inivito of allmas
S. efforts,,-, a y dow' t .thet
a th nd univeruite t t the school or solar wants.
,. .- ef nation, there's no reason boys "Themn we look for jobs in the
cal't getK help,' th teacher se lls at w&ok the he1 puVo to
declared ,..~ A do after college," Lae said.-"Us .
s .-Although aally a boy work, a year, aves im
h tea available, c e -. oh.
tegad J ..,,l.,y for these at -,. .
6 A6it-hal.mt I S places as Massachusoets In-
.101p slgets q t titte of Te"hnolog me4 Var..
gie Tech. Evn. Naval d.,OTC op-
.use as ledubatmial 'double portunities are limited,
IIsy s tem exl alie-.-bmae, a Any student who thinker he can
cs teaher 5d ae.~A Idend qualify for a scholaraip lIs i invited
School. "it's a combination to qault with Lane. Often, Laine
.t student and fat scholar- seeks out promniaig students. He
.. I b mth 4 ies of ipental -eand
aM." tes' tso help them elect
has right course and school. A- stu-
s fand a b dent may take his firet college .. ,
-bl prvoi 64. yarsentanc exmintio' -a 'year
Academic "grinds" FUNERARIA



'th uos Io char" let their sons develop outside ac-
ishp pw( .ed e ,hh oholeatrr t iit risks, t ad Lane hl-
hi ih ho. a .6i~o TIf PAL i F U
t. ene aton Grve hadPtopersuade l few The'say sa m
stu ensWiths. ano. Btu body. t. oth rs be le ss protective and W est I1 Gth Street N o .,
,with wo 'I ow Bihrlot their sons develop outs ideacae
at tivities,- the teacher said. "Some
be.o tw ,. ,, odft .m ." "; ~p..' D SH iHl uueH m o or
Lohman,- Jlr J M Get Pipeline -Milk We can proudly say say ta

ASO TO UN0 1 LUFKIN, Tex -(UP)- Di ri- because our is
i ." button of milk directly into homes
P1
NN Al Mic,. *(UP--- by a pipeline In the ext 25 years OUR MOTT
head a afonia De- foreseen by a Texas A. and. M. OUR MO.
at IT ning at College sclennist.
V.as A .-r Comr~eaded Dr. E. V. Moore. head of the I
a Is "for. dl rIoms and research department of dairy RQMPTNES: .
#erara *berniul u work is manufacturing, told a Lufkin civie c
isesnutal. group that theday will come when
Sa housewife no longer will have to So
Charli D. Gib~eon. wwh spoke go to the store tobuy milk. TAKEN CARE OF: 14
tt University of Michigan con- "She :Could just open a spigot in A
ferdnee on visual ,nvIronment in her kitahe," Moore explained.H
s .ol rooms, said- reducing the "A meter on the pipe would d- HONESTY:O
transmission in the .vision termine the amount consumed
..to. 12,5 per sent Is possible and bills could be paid li the t
use of ,p neutral g Say same manner -m as, electric or WE ARE YOUR FRIEi
l. s. 'water bigs. le-ds."I d o.t.e of th a w a
$ ~ooeaid.iqatseftp- hame d.- b-4. b f h la
tgdp is t Wat part of vlopel sucib as de& aO 4a15l r. tS
pp as ~ o pedo. ap ta r .1 seale14, 1Z*'v .
imv aOlook df tu drom found it wacceasotle e16ki for .. .
ifr'"a tdbS or i4tig posa- It to come on a conmdaeeWI. bas-
tn ~is within 28 years.

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al1OXONr sTALESk m= e.-future to Uncle Louis (Alex
lOatoff) At .F ed-;t el Lopez) n Maman WEEKEND RELEASE!
c ;OWRAUNFN OZM BRN IF offer
I" "t TPP an* THE AS T 2EAPts!
.m OW. fOAL N4..- YDC-6 excursion
$.. .. .N- A WMN.

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ecause we have te West in our "9'"
ne. Cadillac Hearses. and 9 DOWN
?merican Mkterilts
Here w$ do not try to fool any- Tele meuthn te py the hIlmpWm
ne, our prieA.sM. Jastd a at ,
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An excellent price for round trip
psMg t' P ao neighbor"
gateway, shopping center and vacation
paradise. Nosy brought to you with
Braniff's own very important extras-,.
the skill of million-mile pilots, the on.
.lmiedule, on-time reliability, the 27-.
;year~ experience, ,the hospitality, and
friendliness famous on two contlnents.
AndI traniff flight& are timed to take

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take Adivaf f Otese fine, new
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'Year will be ever one mile for i patfh1 0112 W M 4-A in -Biard to beat bire .4*
ClmRwillQbedisput.ed A.0 iR, "Aft -.t it -: ." -


oughbreds today at Mh JUanf raeP
t.e*-W il lieGd st A'per
Thu k~urn I rsdy bULf -th e a- 2Slouth, .80D-bleld. ,
r Wtos F2 11 held on t'mt S a M a4 S. -8.. '- a.. -
L. aoi thehoUr iday but 8S.loll -i I I=L .11A. .t the ,.L. -.- ..-

thi s. ye r h -.. Iogn". as RACE 1 e '"
wde open race 2with Pri l, n 1.SI-e- 14, 6.80. 4.60 -. P-S. ftf..

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i a m li sh vori a r.t ope7. pine. ''---tbm ".. A. ReTe 10, -L.. ol pemaiblity S .1 a a l'l-
a rgOt. an -lmp.esivt_ winner,1
list ee: Lexdei, als a s3ner .9 --, Ornin#Cr 3 1 -to A l e --
a.b -_,ot 'a.belb e nt viEte : .M ...

wier last tie out, and .radmMinan.1-31. 80 .0, 0. .._ d. Ra.e....o..W1-i-
61 e suPe to be 5.20.bTroublenA.h-am.1-11 6 8. .elft tto m
mnuls also. Goypder and Monw s-na'anc A. 1-Dr illI. vasqi i

"u Roune shape up a s eig r 3-Wayk 1at .aerggD
,outsiders. ,: ,- .. -8u..~ .r-It. 10 --U1Ham ltong 1 I .. 1
, I I bel D-lKt his 3-aPa anu A Oa ISBa "bw 1 "' "M' lit r !

u eO Brav I lvbp--E0 WA,1 4.Cqa.U A. ai S -Last ...t e mDc s ft 1-
11vaaIne I nhvro-TM. qA CsaOge 03 Earlvs,1codaIa 291 i t4
,ot de', w.ill l iaIa nthe pmdR Ia 7,e wiMa l VaIiv 10 Coul -h oae .a l .%. WrumnCleo" -11r 4.
h4 zzl' 'Aole fcu t. lr ri&. rr ludaM$3M0,

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p 4 a 1 a n,, .h n ta 1 i ,ra' I SAl, 44, 4 40. sn C.rltobal ]i, Agut 08 0 -Reportsdi, flVP;d 8 nll "' N- a starts a "
we 4C" C i 'ace 'G #l t In tbs i2in l at(;t*.1 240.
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D .* ls G. I n C 'eIa n ew h m R Ar B i llrR ul r ) -s
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ton hL9u 5ao eUP d t o r',r.. $ t 0 .0 --1 %ro V. oDrioua 11i -- aet ons .ri m layo1i1 i 4' 1h l ,4-.,. --
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bat ;be eon tel1 rib vdAt MO, 260 Balks30.a-at itNW b e'pg10i
onS-11n jaulaz ad lofd Ill 2eaxlta. sfrI.Dold119-adawesu I mid$1 I)aver-t~ Iz a
querow .IO -irpo will irndBraonhlU adde.a4ai4 [.Spo 41).
DA TIUeodaYwilbete lu 2CnaU. willsltS ly s o s.Z-ew.4 )
1.1 .anndlctsn ZZ Nylon t"Mah. 2Fe. ur 57
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aOs m a. -nther races 3-r -quistador J.. Cardo. 113 -Should be cialose up 31. fflmm na ws
S...ncluded t. he card. One-Two: $11.30. 4--Fogo V. 0 -Clo 114 -Returns fw.. m nhr rest. Six neri.A' .
.- ineludd Munontmat" peedy 5--ia Alal O. Chlnis 10 -Could o te winner eve sen vK l aS
C eP? teda wee-heart- w INT -40 :. 86-(BuH Flea A. Vasques 118-Shouldn't mii here eve .for ?. .
C ape yesterday looked 1--chilpeante 7.20, 2.40, 2 20. ,'whre 0
adsprinterhest er y,,-. whire
Ssel E a .lthe rt po tot / ---Ma ... ..r..." ,,54m.-- Pu le Pool ClosiP la :3 tillteam In p
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1ad. -half fulong Clrus E V" .$.8R.2 1-Lifeboat B. Agulrte 115 -Dubious ride In last 1 nsex aStt d i.. a.- .
eatu .e 1--True. -lue .,. 2.4 20 2-Nea liffe J. Brave 118 -'.JoeY could help It f.aull twod daysm of a ityt thils o-i" ,gtAq. FIa I t i bA
dds on muuls choice lAlt- 2-"ur ancy $2.-Vtlatizado J. Jbienez 10x-Has itronl fiulah 31 day and S' 0 singles and C olaC ..Ib" e d -
s ini s co fivOe 10..f. ? 4--llamem J. Cfdogan 115 -Ulually l.ote up r"'1 threed1l b.sa" clseup 4 1 flA ItMd 0I I obh i
rthe ah e iico. Be' Slayro Sporrts>t49 wil.
ur and Moon 1 r n--Utemero RA. Va quez 110 -Rates good chance 31 T lan. I 3 1WENT- ba g wi .y b d t ti t
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m war e otr starters. -- 7-(xpliclto V. CAtIl 11 -Fastest at getaway 81 Vof olert er ... -0" ilS a... spri Ain h --
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th e ml p ',t tr leased, Maonto ....... 0 0 Se nd Ra A Double .ir.
6. e n, alth r r.Z 4 -M ty Dear A. Vergara 107x-Wuld p. odds 201 i /
L. ar ,, 2 0 2--Copdra A.Va esq 117V -Could all way 731..
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,;,ravo, with three victories, D oostrom ........ 0 0 0 t. o ear's tMhitnta to
Wa the leadl ii rider. D Roers .......... 4 A r, I th Rae "S11pee6lal" 0 Fgs. In .mlFiW buit are Juv it., IF ,. cstst t, '
The dividend : M. Be ........... 0 0 0C 8L a t e tohat Puerto iul ht ae t i d'. w the boat e. -d
1l-Cames $10.60. 8.40, 4.80. 1. Cra ,.......8 2 10 .l--Armador R.. Vasque1 i -tea onis strs r d atbo I ad pr
Z-Distingo 54.60, 4. *-yix' A.LMe. 115 -1. ..- tht play,. forsCoc.a Coisa ne he d i old ot lrre rf nd -. Ca
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S '- .,. o. crates A. Va tl s 11 -a-Jockey I han eaps 1 Fort Gua bthree- ae Panama M the third rter all the rag behind the boat ooa the e o 5-ni Ala! ()
5--ttiual. L' .G.t.alo 112 -NtIn- he Champ I Perry Fort Clay- LU an. C Cu mbri Sr.. sa .
Balboa "E" .-Amin Didt R. Gome 110-Nt reato runnr-up to aes in this pointsnd Doug Pajak for Coca N .i'. t it rly Ir.. ,.
BaC gl bo .U 7-- or .V. C t.atllo 115 -Could a, here ye's ar tourney and i d Lt. Cola could not match points a-* wI i the bab 1fi -g
CI Al T I f I -rench. ......... 0c n n k 0ikl Roblion of Cimnp Losey, P. with them. a he was with the anebor. Julst ._.
C I T A 'r.echi ...... I- 0 218 9th Rae ospe' Perru Ciasle Fool Cl ae i .e emrny P Robin lta- their as iow; as fishn astra r bua bm e4 I ne I" ll-IWs "Lm Laum
VI I C1 J A A Hadley Od........... sano o $0 (Added)92 113e.. i, -tohe wind y ,ea te.- .owlrI ,e.ar -. a I
'Case ........... O" 0 8aj l reg lter ple Qd0.Ian of ul"i1 Ievft siO i dy e
Fa riteat Smart oy .......... ..... n 14 -Turg R. Vasquez 113 -Back in bet fm ti-4 1 Fort Am or are ate- in the op t41e .. half the driftwood from the shore ,
GoPher in gs nelke ..........1 4 1 23 2-Escorial L. liraldo 112 -Will.flght it 1out 1A .-Army tournamtents which. lIg ate m*ilb$t rough ater- ol Lake Mongonla. Fm going to TIrL AROUND
,radRhw ........ n r. 3-Lexden V. Castllo 120 -Rates good chance 41start Monay at Fort Meade, Md. tIdna withL m 'u ua rel sea-angh o of theOe .
Souckner ........... 1 0 5 inasuerte J. Bravo 110 -- gemue contender ;I- 1 ,-. ... ,- The... t .ai --uOf twho
I ,A V ue 113 old be elose; u; 41 :4a al plceA.Vldivl110 -Fastest at egaiway 51 1 0cThe c anvas ty Mu o'f ariiou p ah '
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JOHNNY-that Was kkid's jt a-t him *It ut 0thf wy i io wfere b'
Iame-wasn't there iln -begin i" over when h At's a
ning. He didn't even hear about It ta d tide by. ltp 'Yoou
until two years atfer Sebleffellp that Ir ae be wai U#e "
hit the Lucky Cuss and pulled that 'A 1% kid re that ly
first ton of payrock out of the our. atoe N ever seon tany h o
face porphyry. By the time Joh .ei fed-ae eys 14 hiO m ay, sWh .uta& -
my got there they were through a and n d cut Int hhn two 'h I e p t y on.e Vn
thk lime-snone caprock, into t to "a's boots were abltde Iron Wi ing off a I- time ince set ot he
quartzite. The Lucky Cuss w ai under th ta poid aindtone: St the iry he got iek
own 900 feet, the Contention LM We is l a a man adida't say ,. word. hi ral braiS. ftl I
thy. Tough Nut and the G r ia io" l e obsrved Jwny. was" *- little st Suht shoti-yself out '-f the bor
Central somewhere in between, su d at dued by'this Ume. Thea ~Jl p cM s, r.'
agd better than 10 miles of shored. y Wybove Wi2 p Off him cud "n gaid Wyatt,
up stopes were drifting under the th a W a fh b lingo suspect he'd i Jan. kJ
town itself. They weren't calling su llltht t i T "If ve d
the place Watervale or Goose lS" Ct eto b r
1% any iore. TUmstone.bhimout:-J.naaly ,
they were calling It Tombstone. of d i k ste-ppipg over "You "
PThat was the winter-young John- on to. ..t.a'n d td
ny turned 21, and the same one Be your n gettgl i py ll" .-.p "
irf which he felt hi-', rst urge to cl l elbi m; ioi
look for a cooler cliate. And in layi in sweat minute.
which he rightly ranl hi reins. ri gd t W b bead it him Se THEY4rodet for twol
tidd pony in front of the H ai ry the w utwo
PDog Saloon, fully sold on following It my I u at roan, boy" he ad- Then, W Iyatt PWlled
Mr. Greeley's good advlee to point a vIsed toward 'Johpy' bora tlll t tl .b igath
hit prospeets west. I al olrb. '. '- best ride along y. "You aw anMit
He was a ranch kA from down h- to It e lyingpi trak, ,boo.
In the corner of Crockett County,Iwa .'e eyew at wht he me.nt, weNig them up?
where the Rio Peco. crosses into Ion trrlge 't 1 e hfhat back on and "Imrap d l," m l said J
Val Verne County and, the Mex. the *S '.r sed. "Or ranch et .
Iran border gpuntry. .got .t T By thne Usn they were past 4.$eot g C he caun e
To begin with, his. folks were bird '. u hlast bu i s p-,th I .wat t ,him a a
from Missouri, kin to a couple of ,lery. 1 tbw?" ha hi wa 1ttif 5 tn '
clan, up there that wouldn't need a, eph buta or letbi
any introductions if.t p man, were bg orUd Kled one ?
to tell you their naiw... But the Red" Wiwi orhledhode
kid's side ofAire fatnsl didn't h old the tee zh mad always ch a 1, did know 'It as yaot.
waitting.eHe kor,.'hf end he be n
with buetint banks and hoisting i t t
Railway Express Cdibpany sates, w,,ew.k.o bhi wllm won. W n. ..tokth ,
and didn't cotion to the way thetso.'S I' '11101 i tl iF h
Clay County Vigilntes ant es &,ItheWhln 3---nd via
Pinkerton dotctves were clean. a-
ing out the bettertknown braneh- "' d es s's*'
es of tile elas up north. So they the' v id X!i. .' ji-O
pulled out and shovedLon down in. W11n1 mty
to Texas, INai116 74
This boy was a Io ng da 's gi'Yoino, ok .- b c
drive fr* ..being dusty, -behindp biy ble ,I 46
the ears. He hadn't ever been up u '0IEA of hlie did he lat a little "4 T
into Tom Green County or. Sane a I hewthat that had b uee din
Aingilo bei*e, or for that mat. t~M his frce over the riit
ter ihore th le. m from theF1Be was OFwours. It was low anb S
than .Langtry, : W ch ins to say s askwd aslo ly wasdust-a right. a l
one with ar* tha five shaebgh, m" o qWtt? 1 e c1pr. "Dottag japyno w ad*W
"'d an o.t around VO. He flushed. M s, hi d ly ~ .ot
four year of brush p m Th.te words "la b .ck. YeB se, l n. i
Pecos pear* thickets; and wh e hei t uluu.A. "1" w,. of e b dow 'out",th.. ,- ,.
eaw the city lightsta Sa n Agelo Ny Y wasn't he? I never h1k i Jny andthe big
he figured he bad.' spiottned hie. The biggia heked hil i. at after 'be ld- nder te-tman raenhim
self a pretty p srime hg. "Ya wat it ba ?""bl "Well, yout outu for that ridge, ense; lft U 8Jo ainln .
As said, was.sme The k ilw had t was dead, boy," Iater- You' bearound ilht, lking tron"'tu cks an s
Young Johy weai't is tow1 bieck hit iul nith d sPale n Wyatt hiddu.d T t l's ,ther Mt -'is top
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!s in mo *rnl f t' Hairy and wthi and- sta it, and" the. ay t t t of ol. 5, last to 0r 1r he ilith uIulug#_L ^"
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pulling and ,ts.Mg rsone nsyenoughtoknowow.elosle aerth; SandhItbOtsvcome suf' iItrh
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Jhnny .-.. wonallyavsew t Inhouw" n no ute?. de azinsIter.ard
"lic,. berlshintt i pautebo v,, o, ,,,,, W .t feWv .e .. are ._ ..... Deid omds. said. Wyatt sowly. liga gring on h is fae e a lbl-o uIp'ghck D injte tos om. A r ow
H. elason ..a leany i at hbon-sre aI rS and nornsus a n .- o il
Wyomi gdTstbide blown And al uspoods up Anoo daOlight, ,loam. Five minute- aftertra
hcd. And like m of tho odr er -uer. Thi hoof-nsit from grabbinr ,, ew.ntMeroa hewa yInv
had. sormeefoar._oeandhedid.astad.Whenat' ..sn... onl. i mlr u?,wth 'rou, the campfire smoke from west towd ltler %n .0Id.
fah t n, naly"e w t the ito o w. hea d.tifei w blow t d hi the resks n I ou bln I nbmano, t dowon .Wy tteted form, Ifdi t In we inaxes orh, in_

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that leI ast1ipido.hda, wenar hi. vest i nd let the kid have 1nys S itte '..;- ,

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-- .Lucy and Desi Arnaz, his co-stars, on a Hollywood set. Occasion is the birth of his son.
'- Tlie baby, who weighs 8 pounds, 9 ounces, was born at Cedars of Lebanon hospital.


NOT THERE, TQCtOH--Yes, one of our scouts out in the field reports that Davy Crockett,
Russian-style, will soon be seen on Moscow screens. Soviet movie star Boris Andreev
portrays a burly, bearded medieval frontiersman, who tamed the wild frontier there.


NINETY YEARS AND STILL BOOMING


, JOY DAMPENED-Chosen "Miss Sunshine" in a" contest at"
Miami Beach, Diane Williams, 19, is so overjoyed (with the
press agent's suggestion?) that she leaps into the drink.)
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A NICE GUY-Now, he doesn't look as if h .'-
would scare the daylights out of you, does m
he? Well, he has. He's Boris Karloff, the
star of horror films. He's at London partta


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HILPING $1ANID-Marv Oullism of Los
Apgeles uses. a new "substitute arm" made
of steel, rubber Hosing and hydraulic fluid.
The arm gives limited mobility to its users.

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THE BAREFOOT CONTESTANT-A pretty Korean girl discards convention and
her shoes during a "Miss Korea" contest in Seoul. Other contestants, who wore
shoes, wished they had thought of it too. We don't know which girl won.
King Features Syndicate


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SO W thenama"ads ft permaneat- with the requirements of the We.
cormiasilndi officers er th e s seval e.
Navy about -e half are Naval Fifth-two meat e lea rag
Aedemy graduates. across the na 0on prtifete
,Even Ithe Navy were rdeal- this p Sogram.
i reduced, the outt of thAea- At eae,a a saval stall rJ mas.
y would probably be at l-tained, its eaol etfler old
c ient to m -tlatin the i*f fer the academic rank V( rntesar e
strength required. Nval Science. -
The princpa1 source i addition NH his the AdA ,rm
Rto, and in support oft. ft at of adm stering the
9i the Naval Academy is the Na- traang the program b I *
Sval Reserve Officers T r aji hn g c g with the caUti ct6m.
Corps program. potato the overa edvatmal
This program, bown as the Hol- pgam of the "fme.
way Pan, was Iatsagurated see T old adage ot jol Die**
afterWorld War I with a view and see the world' came true,
a tegmet. u
S .mea are sele ctYSbd up
COwith strict eritseria after a at sits A.m.
ut ficienv, spat, serutb n o rs1red &ited
a'' al q cato mjm bared Cristebal r-
se a me- best ,tiedk t"bar f ,,ito O- wa with"
S5,errelate their choieee "lMid m tea o f el S.
i usdergraduate trading edleges ad wuvruitles. .


DEAVh! Here the midshipmen man the tackle in asip trsader eol


AL .ANU T-INUG OVKR wi6h a cat re.auetin b As *t ..... -."
Old FParna is Midshipman Thomas Gutlerrez from the Univer-
sty of New Mexico.


MrDSHIPFRAN J. M. CONVIRY, University of Pennsylvania, a-
koard the Roanoke. Convery Is a coula eI Lt. (jg) Martin Gilgen, TRIS MIDDIE is either waving goodbye to two "irftiends. or a
practicing signalling. Both are important phases of Midst!pman j Pa p it n
VPNr, Coco molm. Lne .hm SU ND JU*LY
xrAGL TWO S e Akamim SOtimNt SUNDAY, JULY 31, 1955







SHitCanlZqne.
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For most of them t hi s was four' daybreak in traimag
their first trip outside their own The week was packed with
a* entry. cial agenapmets for the"T 'o
sailors. .
vTt~ey were here to see panama, Several reception wbre held
end is turn let PanamiAssee them. them. .
Probably in the of many A 1%dance was hold
d,, -te lcaldaci ery there is no Land sbot e
.spat doubt that ey were here.aj Amaaon ae ehsd ;
They ulet~ ladd the1~ F rt mdor on Wednesd~ay.
They quly added the local Many of them were enteiile
Swated ships being locked in, the private h es of friends
h.-o te- Canal, viJited the and new acquaintances.
a sofld Panama, Watched the Thirteen o the bys were fo
al tra men their benches tuna$e enough to have relatives
thie la- r rlished Panama and the Canal -Zon.
g J -ea nt l 9 and m ten- .. a* r- te 6)
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Q &MRT4 YIO U VISIT to Gatu Loca-was onsidpred part of the training. while in the


SBIG


ALIJGATOR MANDBAGS are looked over by potential purchasers (left to right) David Hansou
(Kansas University); Robert R. Rubinstein (Univ ershty o Ohio) anlu A. H. 'Trent (Georgia Tech.).


GORGAS MEMORIAL fronted by M did (let. rig Albe
E. Hyer of Kansas University; David Burgett ft
J. Crancich, UCLA; Peter M. DeGroet, Michigan; $.oh Y. Ctn
a MiJaal U. (Ob@):, Loren R. Bird, University of Southern
calftrnia.; Wayne 3. Baker, University of Southern Califoruia.

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On Travel ite -sa. r New Tkl to
Prineetem ou the Per ylvania lBaulead.
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And ie heat of Hadea
Where no shalte Is
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Deflates
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Mud I a vIct'. V4
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HAVING FUN,
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THE JUKEN1 MAKING TIME
STUFF! WITH THE OTHERR
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ODI D YOU SEE THE LOOK OF
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