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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00827
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tord ow u o a reporter Moda the irm nt endous lump" n .the honey- eyPlaa hotel. n f the S. mainland.

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o- |a t slabe 6arf the red'n dwet the m a dv natv e ou of atars. wearing a Mexican border sam- W i

r;* | A heat drie w'the bti thut Fiover. the tk ony^o a costs
fS Alvin Jon .k. n. 0 gan"i town. h uen't ap'i t ed t r"W-a
we e. It w&AISo h otime. this lyaowed Te f-n- d l Itdue II rested James D'" -
-P. w Eeek- -,- left the . : "wen R esear S ,--. y. or,..of th e nation's most would BAN ANCCO Au. 6 (UP) atton hea Portland Me., for i
aid teriy Wat sIl broadly eThas requemtedaa thaCnt a b r tCHICAGO, Augcities. 6 (UP) A o id affod lt tter te we had ailednot htfMAy wtrnt lao lead- floor

-. -ty, d a .Mburg P., terd y.a t r . et, eag or an intra-unon ut ad he start
tl aw to bh e and.*w tWld them to coine bac ont Go en t live -anaasn Although the capital Just p tin lu of $M0 bond. ne.F
lO tC1the Willn did an qua- Into the jiratoaphere to e*y 7to w tfte hordna r LMMdwaerdaged or1 hurricane, Connie, with wf m
.It . . ,, r i th o le s t ham e thr to s A th Lifd Nr ad s owi Edwards pouh
t he .t'rle u, o -m ,o the prole po g themselves. oTh-l Americans made noo- n- rso roblmma trade reports It did Its biskest photoaphs with "several lades plowed through the Atlantic 250
efore rn-to Dee -- ss ...... ... prm-nt ...... venteerg ace travel by n h The ailu e annoue h weaelm-n1 ando redagel vigorous- an Rico toda c
o h n fort to isi the o th re not .? ed to prteo inh theourist bneines. witoth patrsen- tRco Hawa, and other minutes, ao the Loetachers hav- Th craed unman busnea Moe ted tte
Sthe capital t a new ths te r stae I e bl paed they eo arne throughout the world ed four hou irl and x minutes an tirn f t wede Ber- omilan
Wave o secl. abworld ut .l ods els. taIn tum nra, so a o ro' firemen reporter Mndathe m sentthe idea. off the recomenrd .t lamt year by S9g of attempted to U lngyndtma

t t ei almost ianteawt yearn p a s w lae ther felds three persons n an automobile Lee awyer of Stl. present Vincent Malone, y a shot at
its own wa thd of by atomic pro r above the1 lm red- endaered begin to ar- Pa e Amerla World- Airways' H tlave manced hin 48 An advisory d by the Miprealent uWeath
i Wnews conference remark that Notdh,,t aote.a to -... th fe- taken to Holy Cross Hospital Later Plan being extend-hours we had not hit a sand-g a near Malone head. sight a e ballet

and personal factors 6 such asphu ig Nortn akota, tonthaa atS f with thearlre said the auto was l e firt Latin e After a whle N rYver ert N elw e busmnesa ent, who Berglod then wu
T= health, would -ntribute tro his SoSSIRnO -n moran o tns sigs for ey stroll hasnd-In- w lfen mwi republic to get this Mexico, ad e00 hotel bke it frowas t in 14 mphc-oito n an office, re
.. de ton whe there to A .a w. aWl ri 4 w the four-engined plane Walk. pa a travel credit service when arrested.heart; John and fired
A .h$_an, said the.b hIef exoh- atohe ars.adtea goes Into effect Sept. Edwards was unmasked when tug power. An rewho n tety was nbeen
athe average wn of hio ahe." s tror el~. ~ the Paolts to Chincago. It did 6-c(UP -Brazilnwill be hand what someone else wants to do current weer ureau a
1 a nyder saire made of -orti a dic meawhrih insr bh hotmatch oIre En d ma.o lere a w! 5 thet weater b au
mo ,wo Na drw amber ee d11W honi c 9 t sodites. 4d we'ag at smbat Infantryapman's a
for hTtI Ae h & e r t .e .s--floerne7 wn.t ed neard the ou0~~bndae Mh a dtand Banr RTn i .t Bra doe tropical blowa was ll. A
Tht hsa dat owr," stoc e De anaft se t ene. a of one arac i n h r to t r ssI owder he T.

Bthe .t we .P -o dtlS r a T 8 1 ) B Cm The dcrt s al ils Cal .1 f of. -- r ll tadh ,era l
Meaere re mrkeed"jsaob outtl untMl OtQae he, pln lned m-ohrsl'----m-om An-- ws e deat enedt o Ther svng w.air.the told e.d at a fo t he U.o allall- of

-onbuay- we.n h aer were ...it. n d.aw two row for InAn. a'a on R the endaned res P oda Ctyo estidoe nterou therB Bad and a..b. ot C iv ile n Pa ofrTe storm wheir boiled upi ae. fvr ,i
red well-dred. fat of the r-fCeIe1 da1m te free"g thheelng My, fro office, or .tau-h S.milnadwse ert ew fi h intbla
S bordIate st "It's notqu as late piece 8 -be str A board of trade "Wllman3 thorized travel agert. processing i an
oti a sers o ipmn a rs-or t oi W. learn the effects of said "this year's cro of hone- o ne of the ribbons ignified that through open water
i n .in ult f et t It doen t apper* to- be ca mte oH both thamsesn to he meer mooners ten re a practical a r lot." t d a ae pat in the hoU a
srslmaoe They don't ask"-for s Under thep first Intro- Mexican border campaign at the so.

S7ppicapheryh Tot p fla lrth Pala ak NAH O--rdbone of I'v seen C e bo drWh atosnceat oe bule P thi SgUdth
tlSc er. caamPs gne or soft muiS e. Amte ica- s t ear, Panama and n -Uotted ind- thea Tcn ots eoed buea sait itsletr c

f avoref, hIn. he Istwewuwte hC.es o i UIe i tsd Tt h selhond on Ru Canal Zone residents can takee a idec oais 5 S mac ondhan stor fre ofe wa h*huvlee d.tint
U S oI teeA JII *WaUldr.I l .Te wa n.e I Foptm er tAAte t ri anywhere In the wurld the FBI sa id Navy hurricane hunterarnilots ad m.s
e Amyes the -r .wos- udetitin e. bidern te with o e ten per ent down and
on. AX..a"du" tos I- Me R ,o the ae s of the IMiplwoet begrr.butwit Th iolms hd raInfoea tridp th" e st
..o. T omfwta onwient se- the bal rance sIn to 20 months. ohas rti t t ru n gh p hi sat into sgltlm
77r 7 commodatons at modest rutes. The Instalkmet fln.nclnpag M01yf lM9 as eye..
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Mf d A ta Ion. .e e Frenzied Wetg

M r'I La Se ter Plan, ike Two Arkarnias b mtheres 6 -l
t.h.e ..7 sod a M t 78dn te to. lat rO which Iobtl also In- ed a e, rfrd., apup
$ong by Georg, olT o Rna roINuced, hu.s opened the travel Mississippi River yesterday __ Rin Cod i( tt ce s adbe
ore O CHICAGOmo. ug s A before co.l_ a oprd It. better Ue "i we had nem-totdl% 1 ad-1%
0. tvsburg Pt.O .ai dfe..rd.y.- e orrAtb tose ;tWtwet C:Nlmon wwtrest ser eatormr .. e" 'd taype y. fYaodbar. "e, hakeS. wver appint.rrA-uon Bunt aidd he startedIa
cese ar chetos a car .rytingatssngrs atnto ac.srte.r f -m ted o spend about han e ymor land. bs tno thlor e 2wL Maa- wh ar opeled
week r-o th.# be- who r n.their cones cw of srin 0 caseeree se ano a r 7000,000 seeing he d it w o his brother, -Care the 3 1,. thb t of ederln Ireral
placmn Cance w hale Aar at Midway Little Rock, reached here at 10 s, a shoo. ft galleryhef a..
an Colo ,- retur tc Arort yes to praei- w afterdayingThe ad proved so successful am., 52 hours and, 40 nut wounding men witnesses

06 ieno t pa ntere or hee tohiaeo sand Hwo a, aendo the wot edr min ute s sDute sL minutes s 4a Ch arles ca. cred gnr troffico.
CIor wit h m tha Maa er on teS atey It t r and te ere os Inlrl do th w G k
nrnoa ndered by the plane were lananilildaMwoIi, I an We woeuldhaveeisti 48u-te craed mai d,'s "
newo. arterenfe healrh and taken t Holy Cross aospirltl tor the worl d hours houf s we six- n an t arles F. S B office toot ht a s
. Ind capital mors let ra neewg ftr The airtihe tid the auto was easy. Ait r a while nate river relie status agg otonet
wae wof spcutribute hisoem I,3n Asstshenation Bead Tro- abl todseek wokn Istue Off Singer beginst look Hnd seel lk It wyar bys i a.rlso atted
DCWSion wferner remark that Cited pose Ltctuao hn iithree p ned ilane crashed paveof t nen one
eOlWec tiodn White.-Hotse cent SAW. pO Otte.ndtnred by the car wer not zarrn Miranda "e wold thaey mi to sold an dn on prsen l
reul an mor Cg for The aeriane .rnid th ahueto was In. ba, Rayon siigd.t 410"I tom a s DW nANEIRO, wrHnzCl, Au Walk t tohwa o.l
and dersaial ta.lts. s h e a s hse mnneapohs t cago. id ,6.(UP)_Brazilians 'aal walks TSn to look. and fee:1 like In-t wa sn ril
hl cawuh fibe In the mieshi.s nin_ lirfde today mourned the death Of Unn spokstmop s
an the blt .eit. Fout Roorec at Nut biy r-aaeed Ch ina -- sed buildingt odes Snothe crash,- nn nnere erewdo typified to them, 1 had bee edis h
'h a n Ol gTo ibot,_flht engineers all the tlahnor and gaiety ob Hon.ear sfr a Joh 1 9r. and fire aver fo.0ib
The "Is rp better coedi t onelutef LODOnt 7, Au Lee, and 6(ewUardeAse Mtsh btranha, 41p died yl.ter. St. Ln houir cti they hst L.Huent ,wos= h en'

ierd off the end anc a ra"o Local rcdio urrenont i.here was .l about n
Syer ai thestratusof tle- formation S.. ed throu Ih the fence._sa ed scheduleP proBrams tn allur kn tmey were reporytet ain" oilon soth km NsA
pas. f n of h av r n q t N The mishap oewcurred nCeCar te nounce her death and e dearr s of Itvape. The fort tmutrd hds a.- ca and
q and t.~.avul. includi-g rattndana Newth Anlm.y a seig in 4% aiwan S pilot where a Idrenifie d. Cael programs of Mh miretys the Lotac Me an Mtoao Zfr h.dhembe building, 3 up mna. d as
Ow beat thte Bgo. Confer e nce tand crs bal bee arrested 23 r-c'-n-- a aa bot S: loinges t. to a em 21libr of Ue R. ck w
_teeam~~ have.not affect Aged.-eif r rat i 10 Tom- peGnf. I The national radio announced It hemere ssn eraetihme oerng uble
that thePPre" dethe sdn ger s body to Brazil for bur. t sdbair north of Ste. ion office shortly after al
on bUtslaih bail'gv "h- WUI is t fic aaea on munetbiene tdra Locall i n i p hr oant wers rid inge fbsitf t
--1 i. .l.crs li i a ou.h the fence.- I .s c p t a mn

s- ba?_w.. _. at- ". _ on of the disaster e- deserter, Major Sylvesr a saval air station. -mor n a~ i __ American secretary to the loacid sb a.
t It a e at. S.h", at the Mplania C .aul material dam- MKe , drunk and drove, him the English south coast when A rme War Council at Ver- reson, h
o t l Naval and iof the at delgnation of ea- -sose: miles to the Soviet .on. developed trouble. lin 1890. He was with the LACA
1te '. ht e f oW te WtHM .tl_ r this problem has P.lee- said the the major's oWm It was at least the second a oe Amrican mission that nego- ert s.
.. I. ib.Xi^ olf r'. di argd -to Rear Admiral ar. Soviet Zone resident, rush with death fr Die. In- tIted the Paris peace treaty Rican a B
~f - w gv begine- f fro o .MUL4. commandant o_ the agent, kidnap'i te when he set a short-levedo th/ Jae year. gratqu to
_is ,II ^ er. il" NaI it' val- District. The I speed record of 7J l p-ath came at 9:30 p.m., at thu mw.
r iofl to t1rt t a lvl aiM, af the Caribbean i- dipping took place Jdy hour in anotahe MAer, s sh e Hospital, where be prt pa qs
nt dport $ sumia d has been designat- nthe West Genan town of developed leading gear St had been under oboMervta tu 0e hiv-l)
to keep ( e ma IN I. t 40;410ha10 faster fi m lis-m m. e near Darmstandt, polle and almost cracked up wne M1 eral days. Funeral arrangements
-n dedi- -, s0 (CO a e P Col. ) as"ded. Page Conot yet been mad. .

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"You might, too, giye, more thought that you appear
to be doing as to whether thl ,uy r qu ing
to come thrwaJtAt.4p.0 ly. untrvwA qitde a.
gloveman tq* send wRQVto Denver. *
"As for tA'W ntsrs regarding which you pro-
fess perplexity, why is it not that you may both of
these operators?- .."'
"With the. taapt tu as It is,. I;jqaqre they ul
both welcome yo q aa 4diction,egardiess of -the -imita-
tions of your other attractions. :
"The apothecary clhapIl fee,Cthould' inlybe a
more suita' I1J m,. .owing to th ready
supplies ot o which he couldcom-
bat the effef f o coking.

"The traadentyptie,- on the other, hand, appeals to
me as havteg Wfted tlt p etptive c aniflp .in -tat
every time h.Lt .'.Qenouh gQ lo' e at you,
he takes of fr'4st6. i.corner fVthei-world.
"Reverting to the shap- that'does the ciuppg, I
realize that y$woldte of much astane to hih pro-
fesswonally, s lt dla ireifolent brew been a3t-
ed than by wf r I Macbeth.
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exloalod or firer"le.. i.
J xn af teMt -rasmes InvoWl.t
Jbheae daitage to. dhe si-tlat S
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te spray 'did not cttch fime. Sim-
far trials of aircraft wjtboout the .
sprays produced large,flea'. bra

In states
CHICAGO (UP A survey f
by the American Bar Asociatlan c
shows a itrMd iaeret Mi _
number t lmwer in tle UnIed.. ,1
titteti.: C.

lqw degrees before bar ezandi -
Mor -than half tb e lowers' In
ther Wntry (,~ t ) ars In.
Vidal private practice, the atuy
alhewd; P,I are n- partner ps
and 10,366 are associates.
Women lawyers number -50.6.
less than three per cent of the
national total.

Hiring, Firing Big
Corporation' Task
CHICAGO (UP) The hard,n
et part-i a remporatlon presi-
dent's ijob is birn5 the right key
executives and -firing the ones
who tfail, accord to a survey
conducted by Science Research As-
sociates, personnel and manage-
mat researh orfganiatiM. .
Researhers f omu d' that the
*"ddN a* four times as Ii that
a president will postpo" tret-
itag a., l nw r m""l mistake cs
thatbhe will fre loo early 'or un-
More thin one-third .of te 746
presidents queried jrted this 'is
the single most critical mistake
they made last year.

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Wiscnin Jie p'ren un .henn u 'Zg ) * ..m"q@ eq.
.- of the lnd--, amtLO bur al 4 S- EI -I ) I "
g mouladaes. mu**,uim ahev e0 aw
cevereorder on 6 our v tested rauncoverDo eJWelescoW.'
iHf. _Up LzeLarenletsfd ml'n reimnts ofetipburg, have been saudyfnl ts, might be ass a ited with the solar
cr es nd the Copper Age. unusual behavior since it was "dirtinyatt'th b-t We bile t more
' t n I~i~lq~w ll'i- ^no"e w in Jene early the iell tat-it Is a variable radio
erinteat dr-I S au lad't object's-a*aMo star tuteIlsle ottr system."
Su U itarly ral V waves have become str e no-astronohiKraus believes the new object
pangr certain WW '- 1 W ^ to register on, the Jelncoqi m- may be-the first ptar to be de.
tesen s" '._ EP E ":ive recorder on qy four qvo tested with a radio telescope. He
Vce. Adstw o KL aasmuch an extent itflu .'with op teleope.
San". IMiiitt was observed clearly, the pecu- timately-is Sound to b#e" the radio
-o by COLUBUS 0 -.(Up) Its- Wly rapid variatona were no- aatronomerl'ifd. "its behavior sug-
Scat bs COLUBUS, 0. (U ticeable;" he -emphasized.- gests that it-represents a new type
"h"et ndSio astronomers at Ohio Sta Kraus said, "The new source of astronomical.-object."

9 1 'bigbteu -with food.
m tf Iw. vp.kitty a
p" -nd renive selected
S, brain. Thai the cat
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Sch6ot Has Unique
Art Rental Service
BlxEELEY, Cafit (UP) -
.he ..nivtyi f ;California has
-ad, a traveling art colleetion,
.nitW out prits of rae paint-
..t those .ith an rge..
for culture.* *
'"The rental suve of the corre-
qade l.e departma t ciculMtes
e rr pnduqtdu* of-, more
O graIt pafinptr. Ithas divided
Iits cio i four parts, con-
tlating from 41 to '4 prints
ased -.alormly on mats .12 by
15 ltdhes in sise.
A atpetkan'-ror the department
sai& phts ) rerse elected and
.09-ne.d ffor- tA pUpoUL' of we-
iautii, 'rte stt rqresentativ.
I ew pe the paating of
tew. r vf rld. Every enpor-
tt .de at w*stesm art is rep.
neseabdir the' wshdbits from "Pre-
Rmimaleane to Picaaso and
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NEW YORK, -.. NB -.The |body .u. P1ck4, ) e 4a
longer suit jaemifc a fak io _ew. em.iM te l t U
nket, sometimes a ui. T raheA-liney a with ng. J -
Jacket, sometime! tuni If An t The A-line suit with long jack-
and usually with easy, itted lines. e. the lgug mAie tunic d the cut-
It's sometimes' difficult to tell away are three new aslt versions
where the suit ends and the eg- for fall. And all three have one
semble begins. Many dbsignrs common denomatinar: the lo r r
are doing jackets, skirt and blouse Jacket, whether curved to the ho- i
L. ,, related colors .that mit .be dy or not. t there are no exag-
ermed "ensemble" but m It al- gerated curves. .,
Sbe.-termed "suit." ee. nu its ar'" hown this
'_"asy lines mean that even the year day wear, too, in
unfitted suit curves softly to the satin wools collared
Ths is back btt it's
roasi bxy -the past is

The longer lHe of autumn Is
Wtell dementrated in this en-
semble in green tweed from
Monte. Sano and Prnzan. Long
box- Jacket is worn over nar-
row skirt. Jakft banded at
f9 fotfr low hipine ema-
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Tweeds-are imun at. rich in
color and elegant lity. And
tween is given a tle hand-
ling in chiffon land in the
heavier weights, .
Greens, soft s ofd rose. ele-
gant black W e.jites. blues
particulary a da ed royal
colors that repeat h Suit show-
The skirt line all.. the way
through is gqeneralUy a narrow one
but some eased skirts are shown
just as there are some shorter,
fitted jackets for the woman who
feels that her strong point is a
pretty waistline.

Baby begins to Mdesthnd from
your tone of voice. Ont day when
you say "no," he will back off
from what he's doing and then you
will know he's grasping you. This
is the time, if not before, to start
keeping the noes to a necessary
"Table food" it's called in some
locales. Others call it "grown-up"
food." But Baby can get it earlier
than you might expect. A piece of
boneless chicken, a crust of whole
wheat bread or cubed vegetable
suits a Baby with a few teeth
Baby has a good time practic-
ing drinking when he's in the bath-
tub. where sli-ups don't ptter.

,. ,' sn not -real word ? .. 4.
evu a abtix 'years Wy t it so important to'a *
s Of&eet of-"p'a rents" ents-that 4helr c hdren are very
I among omM. students social. po rZ .-
tgetheg .. ael.lege dor. Why tCwA-their chil-
01Sonmbo.- mated. "What dress tol fnd then
parents at conftuses us?" let the eeMm beating
aestin- exploded the most each other dpn In business trans-
d discussion of their young action and club rivalries?
Why do parents lean so heavily
I gtbgrlr wspo_ intrigued on what experts iarfrious fields
t _..ethat she de- have to say?
bi about it. Why are children's material a-
n Is Sally n berman. With chlemements such a satisfaction to
p'S n, she under-, parents?
3. as project the workI Why do parents expect children
he q en to'some 800 to trust them when they usuauy
tdtso of both sex- don't trust the children?
opwe fe state in the Why is there such a division
every type of family made between the child world and
aMab o "k the adult one as though parents.
as a book which and children belonged to different
5S[2& wSd's Guide to a species?
Mind."-laong its vir- Why d parents B.plal- so
Slist of he most search. much aA parental respona14
i" a child can put to us. ties? -
IMa'whben' Sally came to W do parents remind chila4m]m
asked her Jor permis- t.jt tqe?. growing p.Ald
flroduce samples of them si2uld tndepapd tle
rlumn. She gave It to ine. dermanB uaIh vatae ubedpenc and
..1 ...r de' ._
l ents an,' to keep W gbtmtal e way
Ato themselves with- ---and it., e.oopp.t one?
n ra their chil- Why/is It so hard for parents
to admit that oneldren have
t -want 4o paint a asortcomin $. tions?


Fall's slim, straight look for coat twhelter fitted or not) Is well panion drges in navy blue wool Jersey. Lines of coat are t;
demonstrated In these fashions Newt op delpids. ress is a simple sheath shaped to the body bo that t I
Gold fleece casual coat (left) hjhtlh wait sem* tad arn bIe abe Oatmeal betige tweed coat (right) by
look. Tlis is by Originals. Ben Zuekerman d a navy wool Harry Freetel has ath poke, half belt at back, single deep
coat (center) lined in American broadtail aad worn ever corn- pleat for walking ease. This or town or country wear.

.ho, gown

NEW O 3A.The
short, formal evening nown and
the gown at above-an Be length
are the gowna shown most often
in the autlupmn colleotins.
But new iftarI H thrullnky,
full-lenth evening sheath. Floor-

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your ersonall

Q -er
lies. Is a great part of beauty.
..In his a l the telephone, ma.-
ny f.ttipend all day projec.
lg their inner beauty with oth.
ing but their voices.
Use of the voice is more Im-r
portnt than what kind of a voice
it is. Most women have had the
experience of spending a grating
hour listening to a woman with
an obnoxious voice. She forces
it, or she screams or her sen-
tences rise to a hysterical" pltch
toward the end.
And almost everyone as aslgo
had the experience of fItlning to
a woman with a low, gent0, warm
voice without ever eing aware
that her loud voice might be
A voe can be educated.
There's no need to despair be-
cause nature equipped you with
alty set of eal rd. Mrs.
in Rdomevelt. traw and
i.i. her :,t ice was
a wa
|ae n~t:aI-l~ a IMI

nes, a high-walted look and se-
a-filt revidea fast description aft
oatas 'r fall. 9 ....

slightly from a nartaw-tp). the
i qt the apd belted
r the aNat with

t ire many.
'it doni.ant look, all
through f M, is a straight and
narrow on g designers have found
juMerous ways ,of. easing this
straight line and s.ti soft-
ness. '

Some designers use the ha If- length all gowns are shown, too.
belt at the back, pockets' (placed but it's the sheath that presents
high or low), seaming or soft in- the newest, fresatest silhouette m
averted pleats for a fluid l th longer I ls.
Fur trim is discreet, in. .
notched or shawl collars, in sAt. White satin te kah best
in collars or collars that ar shdu like for the new asatpti d his
by small and neat. Furs moot is followed by black velvet and
often used are -mink. Persi. gold lame, the latter wy~ mink
lamb, ocelot and even sable. touches, -
The doua' brea4i Albtogath :abtelh'ven ....
very m, Ah el io qaft,-' Alto., 4 .1 Aening,
for- he aight a rr cogt owns orfa a SRh both
aidtle A-line coat texture adi color hr. Vel-
vet, chiff asn laye meUi ta llic .-
Tweeds are often dressy, soS brocades.and peanue douee appear .
with bulky eflelt and others' t again and ain.m Gre n, E.M enta
and light as Wod Wo -e eld, black, white, eart an d ,
take on new a- m reet, some wq r ftpberry are colors that lend
a hand-knit look. This year, ti themselves to zeweling, embroide-
game fabrics are frequently usmfry,-lbraid or inge.
for. b h suits anWd coats but . : i.
t weights. The formal eve i gown is
-Green is a newcomer to tor sk.am.ss a pencil rB-.b in the .
this season and. in as shades as well as tah -M.lenith Autumn'w short evening tow
isb .banors with the dare this year and in fabrfbvery it maenta presilk taeta. Ve
eadn, with a nnew ly, elega aluuriou s a those tiad for the t oe ide. Neelne is Ual
bl.k, with brow, deep blues ad floor-length gowns. evoing frs by N tter Broal
the tawny shades.. evenin fitter Brett

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Perk Up Whole Family

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"Teen-agers comprise a multi- teen-igers. "or 'they are tireless
billion-dollar market and have salesmen. If one argument doesn't
more buying power per capital work, they try another.
today than ever before in history. And if success doesn't come
Teen-agers influence the buying q.u they keep digging away
habits of their families, and, as a nq ,y have . sold
group, set styles and are capable "n 'y have us sold.
of making or breaking an t actually i't rm s
industry." So says a publicity re- But It actualy isn't as grimesa
lease sent out by the first public sounds. While they may at times
relations firm devoted exclusively te ugs e e 4l, atloly og
to the teen-age market. t keep yung
Parents of teenagers 'm n F they are the eatsele of
be aware that today's teen-agers new I the teen-ager ayin the
com p r i se a multibUUlion-dollar ly we ought to do" and "W t
But they can vouch for t h at we r wb oe the.A ides ant-
statement about teen-a g e r s ing ow often their ideas
fluencing the buying habits of pp a family.
their families.
Our teen-age children wield their ..
powerful influeact whenever we
make a family purchase, whether
Sit's an automobile, a TV set, or a -
aw bome.
They have a lot to do with when
aad where we vacation, in what .
neighborhood and school district ,
we live, what movies the family .
tikes in, etc.
As for their own clothes-they
have the final word. And they
follow the dictates of teen-age fads -
more slavishly than grown tomen
fallow fashions. Fe -'- *':
Many of the things we parents .,"L. ^"
twkis:.the l afY ioty must own! VB.
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NEW YORK (NgA) In all The overskirt, designed co.
fashions thi tall, the slim s i ttrasraLtt hth is e.
houette takes over,' and the day- taVhi ,,.It a fbric
time dress picture Shows it of to and eoio b t ( o
perfection. .ver wool silk in various txturef.
This straight and narrow story and cares out the ensemble ok
is expressedin many different for faL liMag always a Creful
ways: the long. ti6 ,.the limn tu correlation .between basic dress
nic, the side&drapet sheath, the and overskirt, a feeling of the
over-blouse- dr.a. The sheath ap well-inegrated whole.
pears over ad over. again, in ma-
ny different wrsion. "Blacke ed' -colorm -e high
It's shown' in company with the fashion thi, f 4l. .Ths eans a
slim coat of all'klegths or with color that's .< jse of
the so-called longer jacket that's black, making a zWlat, soft
nearly a short coat. Theq there's lqok. Black .' bdek aai t h a
the sheath worn with a cape, the year buttonn s.ae;- :O f ele-
sheath with and- ovei, the gan.e. Browns -look:.new; -par-
jumper with sheath nes.. ticulary. in. the teen u xtares.
Wide shirts are still shown but And "brown" takes is aY' shade
these- are in. trodified bell shapes from bege to.the- really bicken-
that smooth down ...er the hip- ed brown. Gray Is won "-too,
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MB. AND MIRS. BOWfRD HOOVER are shown follow-
faig thef weddg in a chlpl atomi-N ,atlonal Park.
.B. tt -vaa..t-he.2 of Baloa
a o11p, .. and, Agraduate
S e Canal cqla ad a tverslty, ashe
has taught achoo in Maripoa, Galif for wo years.The
Itrl~ it the son of Mr. and"Mrs. Walter Hoover of Chino..
C He is a graduate of the University of California, serv-
ed It the U. 8. Navy during the war and taught school in
Germany before accepting ha current: post as a teacher in
WHliOMn i The bride ad groom are- making their home
In Lod Afjeles.

CoL and tila. E W. Naler of AlbM ok APB were guests
of honor on monday evening at a party organized to ob-
serve the 26th anniversary of their weddlng, which fell on
the followlag day. He is the Chief of Staff of the Carib-
4b*eau Air Obiinmad.
Colk ..ap Mrs. Napier's daugh-,
ter...audijonJalaw, Lt. and- drsM mittees ware also appointed:
RoberBlanohard, were hosts-for Rehabilitation and Service, M
the aWeair held it the officers' club Rhoda Robinson; Memibersh
at MAook .- Mrs. Mildred Shoemake; Wa:
IS.honor-of the ocslon, t and es, Mrs. Helen Fogi
lanohiai's. presented -their par- Hpial,. t, Smith; P

s- at.nget y-Mrs. I loyed Clark. Iea islative Wo
AhnMrs. Dolorea sater
Among the many guests o After the business meeting a
cue to congratulate, the Napiers cIal hour was beld, the hosk~eas
and extendgood wishes werMe Haj
Ge..-and .Mrs.-Reuben C. Hod bem lIrs. Sylvia Smith and M
Jr., rig. Gen. and Mrs. WInsoW
C. :rIse, Col. and Mrs. Oberdorf Mm d tr
CDl; and Mrs. Layhee, C1. a S s E Alu -tas W
Mra. DIetae, Col, and. Key Mrs. s E Is us,
and Col. and Mrs. Zartban. MrsFmed okL. Maduro
Twe Niba .s strived* t Mu a' "k
a& yea ago fro sem Mlan A41r entsn b tomD Vw nith-setn
Mondlmersy, Alabama, where be. s V. Oefmpnanof
wa. the deputy commander of the n who iv reat
Reserve Officers Training Corps, h erae. i. w ..- re.a
Plan ee em Soal uee nst... t- .
F yla Sh...mke w miss Al etm ronic "la G to mas
Margartl Union laurch are plan. win be host ird dinsm
nlg'an ice cream social to be .,night in honor of I
hold. the Marpri l Gym next CM isorseliAlt who
FWriday, ,from 3to 2 p isten, gMis E it Altman. who
Homemade cake, candy. p i e a tvsitig the Isthmus during Ie
ic; cream, sundaes, and :ft-summer vacation.
dr p wil be sold.I The dinner, to which membi
S raL Ipr welcome. of the family have been mivit
-are" t ..m will.be held at the Skychef.
omblow -Post Appoints _. .
t "ers Atrmuer Mh Electronics Aids
lmoraia Auxiliary No. o 6 lofm W Oste ring Of Plnf l
Cristobal Was held Monday eve- __
nfi, with Ptesldent Betty Micek ITHACA. N. Y. -(UP)- A Ca
Ptrsiding. i neul University scientist has (
Mrs. Mudred Shomqake was e vised an electronic "leaf to ma
ltehd to fill the office or chaplain, sure young greenhouse plants j
ad Mrs. Elva Woodruff was e- enough water.
elected conaductress. Charles Hess, a research fell
Preseeit MWicek appointed- the in the Cornet floriculture depa
toalewt members to the follow- imet said the leaf is a piece
ping homes: Plasti with two small curb
Mrs. Imph Strickland, lag. rods attaWhed.
bearer; Mrs. Anita Smith, eato- Placd among the plants ai
rim pd Mrs. Dolores ster, pa- ked to an electriccircuit.it
tid c instructress. tomutlaluy turns a "mist" water
Chairmen of the ooWing corn- big system on and eoff.

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Card, Ba Seplug
Greup MeeWts ay' .
The Card, Bates d a e $ewing
Groups of the Curundu. Woman's
Club will meet on Wedbsday at
9 a.m.t the reswimce of: rs.
Vlrgtt! Boney in Curundu
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Coboe wi 4 beM: Melida
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HARTFORD, Conn. (UP) --
A f ideral warrant issued f6r Alex.
ande Zukowski was a long one.
Authorities said he used 23 aliases
in 35 years.

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C'arnl Zone DeIatl P e l*- suet with lmi** e- bo l
covering, $81; .wmght I r.dle. Phone Pa s 3-1144. labod.6 T_ SPh _m
Dr. C.. fSiMemn camp ci- $3. Phone em 7i"0 e"m. t" 4 a.'S ,..-43 41. ... .. ALHAM;t.A.ARV I
-r C. L 3. Ft ASleII 2217. Qars 1-A. FOR SALE-194' Cedmes 4.- RUi LORY, ate egp gsu--. Moder ARM ... .s
Iv a FOR SALEg: Wetl; gl-hfso rub derr iedon, fully e dipped, hay. ment fade oe Onr wh-lehiss mew pml ISru.. tNI
t. o (d671 a11. a AM fritgrate, 9-su. ft.. 25-yele, d metle, new betotery, good ihr.t,.guersmtes- metdbpm A I d air '
appesite Lsuupsr.5xellat cndii $00. Tile- fin e, eiemptionally 4ee and ci teidi I ses AueI1Ahia Z. i
T"lpl'Se" plans Guil "38". .iedy to;gsS, $5.5. Mr. Evil, ash DI.i' Be y h o a M
FAfr E9-pleiIPhoignoe. 4 Eeblto MelL, Can cell Clubhouse, 32. RN
RETIREMENT, LIFE dining m *f sly. Tel. g i--e. Ci. ... . "tm a: w e l i. --". ,..- ., .. -
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IfUCATION INSURANCE -(--1-VAS 1953 Ped 4.-due Perdometlc, rv ALLai smee, fw.er..t da, aaf. funk. r W

S ( .Philppine ritee M 4 room d er ieOXl . FOR A. E a, .., s.. .....:' .. M. t '- i ". &"O.._. '.-F. "
FOR"SALE- 4-g..ele.m.any sale.Pho n.ee. -.417.-n9.-n".n-.,If-- .....ase,,,., ,."

u., .. ...tabl...e e cffe tuble, dMinin hda $9 n.5. seo eulefadstylm.. e.s. .. . E. -s I e "
CuruHde T134a 4. ehe,2-A II n T :- Ca- A Po "
phomenauatal. P niUbd li Sitas l Iip tll iel i ,m I f luemu"

ra sm.h camera, 1 .5:3.5 G.- -- eku Santa Beech FOR LOST & FOUND
ISRAC95VIEI Ios satto apuFds up RFOR RUNT- Fural1;med spelt- res eio s o-
FOE IG 1/300th secondad matchedls, mintonV Pente.sec. ". 1- p9 .or
is fogys- Sed Notice, W ASHINGTON Augg. A flush melt5, rg no, cr" drJ- 42 Sossbi ae,, I. aAmc
chmeg5.PhnFotA-trone young male ele hint is csen. 2529.A Ccoli, P.hoe 84. ERavelt Thter. Telephone ; C iiwk G Ano1,lb Ca.m 1s.ma
B rid e H a n d c u ffe d Ih in Eas0t Pukistn m $1-00 i 5024. i . . . *... . .w .se 5
to $1,400, says the National Geo-
SST. LOUIS, Mo. (UP) -Mrs. raphlcSociety. About 60 ele- R SALE: .i ple FOR RENT-Unfu related iil
| l i H-lM William Henry Murch, a recent pants are captured each year in hi.Lh'e 'ur"it" with enahloni scr"-ped apartment, two id- --DQ1^ ? 0
Id Briie pnp in e aloyee n f on. t he oh-ttae ngr h ill Tr far $l00. i.nclu-es tabl,,. big r1 / m cl ing, dining im /... I.
ty e auditor's o wfce, was hand- -- wih e M I l meld's om, two atu, pi A Jiew ttic. u
cuffed to the railing of the Clay- Edmonton, Alberta. symbolizes **hO weflahle theirs. Sun- garage, 3110. t "EL CANRE- bra that'nqweta'.dwn tonC Al ots
ton courthouse for violating a the phenomenal growth of west- day ltoWseee or eviming or all JO." G Stroet No. 2 bpMUimg during fullfo jtn broad stregibihea IMWI VW
l courthouse custom. ern CiMada. Before 1900 it was lit. doy Money. Rulpla Skinner, "Circeu." Seo Di Castr. Ave- tens attofh f ca e or a l-be ottpn
T. IaU che former Vis' Norma McCor. tie more than a trading post. Now, House 562. Annn loleverd, n.ne B No. 9-42. Phone 2.161 8 a ":: n't.1'ifu on: Planter bra- ii"- "EMSXPHIS, Tenn. (Up- -
aIick was charged with falling to in the grip at an oil and natural- sener Uue- %tse. Panom. jAa frfeh a BJars-?nrs1 Viau anid Admit honis at Over.
Pt advance Utjee of her wed, as boom, it is one of Canadas. continues to follow medical tubbn arid throuhii all active te Park Zoo he, uter.ly are
SWe can help YOU with pled ignorance of tp tet grown cities. Each month findings. close hiou worth their weight gold
por "hr t" r TWo Loving auare ,etIlS ~th a bra Is a vital to health p-erSp. a h
n .. .I.A |Ac. t notice but pulat.on. already beyond the. *OE LuI I iu to style UlUslela lttosaye eec in A n atsn nt time have had IT .f-
se toIFOIrI furniiedwsii.ffo caree th"t Ignoanc 200,000mark
A .A *r.LA The"deputies then elia, to The Navy has found that stan- Fr M h Tr d r Rme To keep you i the best lp- s you bethel A a yer-old blppopotpa
DBn.A n rd IOS M I L the railing until ptr dard oxygen equipment for flyers Fs ible shape under the sun or thliS new Ply.Wex Style Br, has a mi rket value of about
S... could record the occasion. .. works under water. P lots planed for dre-up, Playtex has faah- suppor.8 you, o t .e oor__aln3. .(
S me w.ae. io u 1- -- loned a new high-style bra in mntsme0 fashions with m1- Z.
..rea . h ?tr ti .. . CHR.LOTTrE, N. C., Aug. 4 required "auite a.lot of travel" that first als un-time fabric, i hra bad "besathes fthe zoo, s aid en
LsArmed OreSo *-. (UP) '-- From East Boulevard to volv. -n absences, fromn inte elo lcbw hot@stratoFpRoi t.- br-ge;, gu rfier t,.he .- i
WA l (Coatthue r PyeM ) dtht h oftae skun k A are a from echn et e ob wo a a etae. e un de rscreetede; uomfrmte ai:w yb .m ove.
fedo the t rakof conducting the a- myEn by et va t as of et ge, a crostown h.us. ry e as a worker in the French fashion lft fire 'roM fashion xodehs to ftight-
Ssai ter control orations. ,. O, bee, white b wh ept each of his wives refrlgeraton plant of a dairy, types, plus the fit and support g. men, washae dur e a d
tim _F_ orces f roum rt Sobbe pnd u otaoher brp rvar. .i gidrk a. ut the othei, police tel lt week when he was lid that doctors recommended. comfaortable cotton, word's OO t .
Albrook Atc stay the major a la .aidym bterday, ashr, is Deetv Ramsey ..^ t Cool, tubbable, bom firm- -fm ular fiber becomes the.'Ieal aat A
Th f e SERrICE ss NouriBaa ..-- ,,ile-more uth tg a gton Is the ls N n-ti me, 5 i topule.vard, nt8N. -4 Ph e211 a t.-.-.e
'". ." v .. 0 e brNewfbr brMOs. em C lu ral Center ...
bo dbtsg otha tptural- can witho b tg e y h wored Soe r

to. ,.-.f-he w.,gbvel o I' to t.ers uto utfol cn fSowatesNgetaringCoppere-oong-
Both Mrsakaasnvtant-Soohn.th.Mrsp.re
Z, and patuhAnds but alread bEyra. w n Stgner id, i don' urn Did y knwta wt(t
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n. Th TiMda lrt eronel r- Many ice fe disappeared but Teay t at Bv CHICAGO (UP) Income WASHINGTON (UP) Via- ditori that will eat 00 la pp- p

lp a tmer n dentGsI aireas sad e osts. more than 50h covers 25 to 30 w Mere e Jived with Fay av ld taxpayers made mistakes in arith- itors to the nation'- capital this planned. The mosque itself wem a, w 1
S' O ...l s StogMd er, the officers watd,- at 1rs. Grac co oner could not bee minaret o an authentic. .

S Prorty for treatment of rce y completed dam, ,500 t a on the och under Clearing House. Moem mosque rising 160 feet into Offial beeve the new

S their fam e aly. wounded nd regulation of dI- ,t I and l feet high ha obli. a cool breans e from the electric The national reporting authority the air overlooking Rock Creek Park_, ,,
sater control forces In the d- rated both erpon a Owen an when they called for hi. At on tax and business law said th As the re t the efforts of i dted .to beome a ajr ING-
Saster area to prevent overex sa- lo Afr a's Vitorha NB first, they said, he claimed only erors resulted in payment of lem nations, e on co, tourist attraction inthis ity of Poe
-`-- attention thiu e a t mi oreshan one ad ba a arr-a t reorM.

VS I H ood MA*l R" in t .le, o. a-- es .... large a .Swi...erJad- It showedd that 8oigner had m But the serefoe also caught mis. m rase achusotts Avenue . .." to slp on. d-bXer;* .
Aromtayted Fores..U)n- ohrormn c had be00lvg on EastpBoulevardeto involving longuabse nc i. .efromsfie r mbe r ainab 1m0dqueto e. e_ _we-
JE their nm. wuaeak ri rcouad s oe, ma -a feet fee, and sine-t 1313 0by og.l D9be s. Lith er Mtel leportin T vthe haaor tyafie lair, .- oF ,. tha t , 't*"

,.l u-. ,UP -Sr. a .S important, features that might The ,3e 00-aacre Wrght-Patte for our years. payment were et. the iare in non- ,-
., ceanon e.ois t t-ardsoene encountered in. rtot.iers of esoWAir Force Baise near Dation. In the meantime, officer said ,, Ar*sc -. w a Da Pran Rn f *a
av. t ..ow"ag ot thee ype wtI also be given Oeis one of the world's lar* Stogner married Grace on Jan. 3 Many taxpayers made optmis Each uniqes countries Wr
*Ba I ar d ?ow wn s peS Cl emph tas by umpires. !-t air installation. It compr-I 153. They took up residence at tic guesses on their estimated in. ghantan, t, Indon sla, IranU -. .. '
d* Qi ,n tt r..e Date for the rdtiqAe of the s moree than 1,000 buildis.a0 Wet Park Ave. last January. come. and seat in .arvane p i .Jordan. liftto td nf.Agreslc danf nal Danh Im
o Uh.e. eue... Priorthir t h tltr. m ti world'sofevn Ae nlone The two apartments ae .returns showed they owead. conttributed something to the build. _i a
..M.a"pr.o u-cthi udarC leu--se-M- omsee o su erw.tos gu1t a eeld Thi toisOaulals ran into mb li evof the n.. d IA M
Fartd I co nto ce ssth. e Sh dd ,tate t porn Owe f w.a t atvte o -k. A o e taxw eeaed s esWs l" si T Aste resu omltal* effort rofoss a i .
re pto,.dl hemog- u.bs ..e "ct .omfort a n .. ath the bes c~d- c eterneds oton l ,

NP .-, C 8.. (UmP) -i d'"ha s bsotest-e _,,_ th i .. W h -
....R. d Arnold7 is tonvinedl helof her aie f _.m 1 ._to dlist ..vting ?. PICTIE E.bYONE 1 t/.e,. jwas .born aeir : Pa
att entAMA. I s have thent at leot i 'e daymo e 'las five ye. .andael mag cosd d TALKtNG ABoUT. Is mat or an o ime ri
Ioll -UP)-l o A M.oead0 Imprtbn. aroacr t -a ** frory en t w n efa.miltls ire I nono-
STh e samet y e e aserplse'o io .r orece Bsleevas Daton In the a-.meyd dim, e se aMiodi em cuna-

II'oa dow tall t 3,hey feet. The io, Iseger to show thet thir nGad G ny e Coming" athe r sI madetr op tis-Ea uwtellwWolPed Ryde
peauel femph as'the pbyume netr, ari mnot their ItveM ut., saPTa t xt Wesr esday.t odin habictne Egro, osneseiaer ant
I t I- o..::t.: Ithe y re a d ,* d t4A5. 1Zl q .Na os) a qsheuM L ".k"."dos.r s o h"sde tisg.at re oe thaenoe Um M
i a tenin Dtes frthle, ciq of te; mrWeserAvelascomdanc a a.n. I sual hvheu.
In when he- te ca-i Areotr so wde w t .yThow ed.Acontribted som ethingoey .
"cot-IheblintctI motor bot capf ro ran34le froAn-
ato ndwot ea tan "f lh!natheweirc ool-e.,.I,
cat ha uO fsce is th B th, em..Hs0tlPerhaps, he eoofd have stayed- 'Theto_-_r Baol thed i s01,rTrideyournt we front.
watterywbthltall aoton-,too.or rcasnFyThenrchiMr.KFycAtAsTsEih&IVdnM

u Ep,5stGetreDabed, ruur to the lake is ar ran l er in tprnlabberta st.a rmakl _, Arabi edrU
EA :0001int empri c hoera andiothsrontu 1hoot- "thein .B hey.Asratiiaknowereached.

and liliess ma be 'enoeted with TUThe mrlkt ws Wae moran

Is Losfsg Contest v e years.ln ew st NUS xunc taebuldr, bor_!din n
"OLDWANVEn have.flo...t alaste daiernus are abeigfuit.aru19iN III 6f51heiTALKIN-GxaBOUTisi. Arabn Statenow is an Aer.

wl a m stork to the h epith l is t ethoe h hereo is no- r-ed b ..orn ich allnosq.ms prand ,s
'f.ouind gaea or Mr. and Mrs. aot- for eerebra lY adequate tra- alsC. TA. PrM--
IMeInturff Jr. lu.-- t ean maristeoatn d wea its vie- Tc W ner re f llled to prdd-

en May me, e dath airo Mpw i s eatiresy selfeeves .ing, whe .-e e.._ b, a m...
tailud ato2,50 fooeit. Theogia-nearlys toshow fthr- at teirs ohMaendsC ate t. T r old dream of the mosl con-

Cagh-l.t fie as t p eaTd da not setheir. devouli vemlih od, says .l=.t rit emed .Rokeflev
J.. ..im alth g onhad c i r .- .d ore nne ri gS2i5oto ,,- 3ed -"lclFet e d taesde t hte nti r hour's d hceped .thies ned, rb eq It elf t .
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'" f Hell .. ... " l" td 'rZ nu the rht banjo phich wil Sadtm oyng. r and -Bros. having hush- .a u ..u m.ine ', o -.-
"lu l n' Sthewv -haitar-tt sp- Chapb by W.alt HOLLYWDi-(lnEA)- sd Look ma. oll.y f erle.by the Ida and or will

WeTdr- ...stchest. County lt ernsld. a mov ie the we ho screen show. Yip, the su .ke Du Ara ., who tr ." Theya., tn. d

o'oCp~ r~ ~im stiea Fex film tsoy. He'. alem y in the W ol. their lteuftue movie, "Far- t tle, "Mr. au rs.'."
t l'a "7 ".gItal Thornton Wilder, who a won erard Sha hornn Wilder plywood mansion league with a big Oi e., Darlin." And when he'
o and William n. are among the new eatt n b Long Islath the d. co ma kes a big toi cover, hoek It unloadsr There'i: nt rFovaI :bac
ft. *. d 11.0 1 -,W .t ship....,S that m in tbo-.nlloht, Ban^o t wi-aem oy fifty and 5ane B.S-av n h .. .. ., .
IS owwy jmed r i .co- Wa z Mo -,-one of th e tari banjo players sdi.u ritwne. singers, h alks tuIN Nw-tor.T. .T-..Wo-

ptit, once for a -- now unlikely pec le who may w in h. .aouthtul to Lucy; "IrotUl.ed( T er aJ n Fra Lov
a' t ","f try his, hand at i wiokedh nmusical shows- sea" .ws' an eyewitqe to Wlly .
i.Vsoh n"- e Way "j is weg f Cox's "utterly rgictous" 4vk sy. nergit cA uom ng that'
Chymkvv. o naag to tre an tottfyraryo Amerien a n ni* I0 "PyMi nalonr y Ma i a red and then refired-but maybe .po uilr .othe nWrts of the in. i al
-- b...She hs libretto, Mty. Wldt115,lantern gdes, oviedi, oe, Mr. e rs sti o ld me mentsetlides. y synerdist pis named d i

lii. tmpt to carry out his theory team responsible fr "brigadoon,, peey- nm qusot$ce yclo-hexony-deyl-apamide.who
eamlar 'wi T d a t "the probe of opera' an s. dite o r t Broad- not g ago. Try that on your bngo dr
a. Sim *.st"tay ee --e"tb m. m e Adiw th i.... roles. ..... ...One of th e first veteran raddal, ..owlp ,.. a-h. an Co-i.."Lucy"
na nmdil at he a. e yet been anno .dcee., orlM cr r80enowtd . oommees ton teliem-eon anin .ed' to ued a nte.ie. .c ra
Mhiheo eiet theh drel sho hwme rian' Is York

tk taess anY E Wallach, who is now starring Our Tee" in which Mary atn the m ao m a n t sol boo lug, He rws a couple of years ago when t t
st r Is y known hone Broadway in "The Teabheof might ea y a starring role Inge played a successful two week they all teamed up in a movie .tiF
-t Th n to eWilder, ca w hom wo ih tl Jd mansion reag y starrin at c-le;, Dnge, ,, ,,he

Si p.t y the August Moon," Is begiaitafs the ptaer Prrize win i g dr ama- gatm e ewut when he re tu rned to called "The Big amist.
r.fthink that having a goat 's ulel- yst w hose "ut $op' is a cur- Hoiywn -he was groaning: .JNow there's a switcheroo. ,.6 or

S. ?" .der r .low member of thA o at 'is a- .od rent hitn. Broadway t n. st gis the- only nNever again-un ess I have an-
de et3S aO omen. A goat named Siki 1s -oe oneh of the three who would not t. Night lub en retaining is a .
a- the, pivotal players in 'e a- ave one of hi works turned into di fferent art. You can't eompet
actaaly Isthe fat butcher whom house," which is a resounding hit a mical Re is considering writ with expert likWe Danny Thomas,
everyone urges to get married he Before he got into t play. WI- a op sal b rm- T line .up r b aef Go he. I

evese t y who says- 'People -lanch appeared in "Mister Re bf an% og n booa wfo.a to icch hit th4s fa ane wined Nightly from 8 p.m.
look de s as b.tchers. I do n't h erts and iThe Rose Tattoo requisioned by the Government for the ailing Loretta Young indT jg p
know wh." Mat bis touching portrayal to experiment with .teh olw l e 'Ca for ogen r bob plant. *e or testpir ev e an t st aROmE
And wh his blind date the with genuce artiry s Besy ae, off-beat stories and new -names already are o the tted
e .eni. p- a In schoieltecher, Blairr whom he comforts tender ,talent are advanceg the bus 1- A show which Fred Waring, the line, with others to be signed. 'R '
evwno h as t e 'nby saying: "We're really such ness and art of picture-making." orchestra leader, has been touring a b P R -- r
wlo aatn .a dogse As.we. think we are. Whih is perhaps why Maty, n al over the for the : Now t's a oUth-.theborder TOKER
tmi t cher re awly Mis ilair who in real life is unpretentious chunk of life h a ear, will sttleTow It i Nefl version of "Draet." CUCK-A-LU
it y s the confidence rs Gers Elly is not, a familiar met wth suc phnomenomenal su oW for a month during A ust. NEW YORK (TANS) Nora' The series. "The Attec Eagle," H
B.ali the breast oo the face to moveh-ri but 15 years cess. It was called "Pleasure T ie Xaye, the star ballerina who was starring flawless English speaking A
S das oIyd. Apen wat poeIs as one of I955" on its tour but it will get a featured this season in Ballet Mexican film star Rodolfo Acoata, s
r h owa's moot promising young gh L new tite on Broadway. The last Theatre's fifteenth anniversary will be filmed in Mexico City in thr Aa r.. i
"~I l ". *i tt' ena when she appeared min t. s p time Waring appeared l a Broad- program, briefly considered be- cooperation with the police depart- .cnma Ml
,_:S..K JU n'e t haro.'s ,ay The. Beautiful ..it- vLk way show with his ban wu in'eomfg a straight dramatic .ac- ment tere. e I ; ., .
Pale.'" QIsy "Ten.ne s qe et-f iK Am s Tree 1921 in "TIle New Yorters." a mu- re a fter she ad achieved, star- - .
me ~idtr bAeln'( Os ly .retre4 fro.m public oe beut sical which was also notable for dom as a dancer. She ultimately It'- EVa Marie Saint and James ...
i..,: Mi ,nfs"iaulXg what luckily accepted the Hecht s- Lan- CHICAGO -(UP)- If something introducing a song called "Love changed er mind, however, and Dean in the star lineup for NBCs' -- . ,
w g for the tsr easter offer to appear as the shy, that resembles a flying Christmas r Sale." t her sights on further explora- color version of "Our Town" Sept *-. .
oten or i spoken schoolmarm. tree zooma. overhead it's nothing r . of the possibilities of d r a m a 19. Bing Crosby was all set to do // "
riye is Bret s'y to.e r 'ie d. tb, ot e. i get scaled about United A Jean Kerr wife o the New throu movement alo s. a r the musical version for the picture
.g m, .. fr -.-, I'-, s pb Suit one of United's' wttil~ revealing Introduction to Recently, she was asked .how Producers et "Mr. District .'At- .-
moth -law to live with a yonS DC-6.air coaches equipped with a "Kg of Hearts," the play she sne felt about this appellation, torney" .~-e seriously considering -
Scharried couple, Marty's mother dw high-intensity lighting system wrota with eileanor Brooke. Both iIt would be very flattering" a Mr. D. A. for David Brian. "
shakes her head sagely and coun- which the air line is testing, heo introduction aid the complete Miss Kaye said. "if everyby L.'ads of romantic fan mail started n iiii . 2
Pi ters: L 1. at United Air Line offcalq -sad teat of "King of Hearts" illustrat- knew who Duse Was." Ihe head buzzing. ,?
whe h o ey tech-you at hte i atd dtioa .coibut aaP aua en with pictures from the scaceas-
M .'! ,,.. nc a ptrform.nc as .photographic trobe lights ar. ful BroadwhL production,are pub- FOR THE BIRDS j Hear It now: Shelley Fabray. i.
Sen e ranged in a row on top and under led n th July issue of Theatre MONTPELIER, Vt. (UP) th. niae-year-ld bundle of talent
Sthe we-meaning good nature the fusqge. The lights, visible Arts maazne. A Vermont state senator filed a appearing on NBC spectaculars, is
mother s perhaps the rewarding more than 100 miles away. make resolution that was "strictly for Nanette Fabray's niece.
result of 50 years experience the airliner far more easily seen Paul Ggory, the producer who the birds It called upon the ov INSTANT T
the ItalianAmerican t r el a to ihh by day and night and also always has something unusual ernor to point a state ornthlo Milton Bers move to Holly,
where she and her husband enjo n dicate its general. direction of ,his sleeve-he produced "T he gist (bird xpertH o serve with- wood for all his shows this fall ki.
t Pt he stat tus of the Barrymoret flight to other airraft. Cae Mutiny Court M arti1a." out pay. clusde Tallulbh Bankhead as doe o was ri
get marri and later becomes
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rsani Countess, Lexdp

akemere Also In Sprint

j The Stud Montelimar'a speedy Turgit td the
d Chiriqui Iprnisip prospect Pappa W are
eduled to strides agan this aft in
Jeetured fS wsven vmurjowr u rt
-and. "B" bimportedl hones at the Juan Franco
at Sunday Turgot raced to a Chivilingo, a heavily backed sec-
to-post two and-one-Ie ngth ond choice, disappointed and
ry in the one mile $2,000 ad- was prominent for only a little
Republic of Peru Classic. Pap- more than half the distance.
lynn wound up second with Fol paid $4.80, $5, $3.20 across
other starters far behind. the board. This was about par
time Turgot will be giv- for the day. GOlan's $11 and Dis-
ing. Pappa Flynn 15 pounds inm- cover's $11.60 were the best
stead of only six. However, while straight dividends.
Tul-got will have the benefit of Bravo topped the jockey with
xRatn "raliche" Vasquez' smooth three sensational victories.
ot handling again, apprentice The dividends:
ritr Andres Gonzalez replaces the FIRST RACE
veteran Blas Aguirre aboard Pap- 1-Grlsu $11, 5.60, 3.40.
pa" :'lynn.. 2-Tempeatad $9.80, 3.40.
Also scheduled to start in the 3-_o1den eWonder $3.20.9
feature ire established slars such SECOND ACE
as' Blakemere, Persian- Countess. 1i-Discovery $11.60, 4.20, 8.60.
Lebden, Barge Royal and Monte 2-Oonzaga $12.20, 15.40.
Rouge. The latter was t h r d, 3-Mr. Foot $6.
foUrth lengths behind Pappa Flynn First Double: 575.20.
in 'last week's classic. I THIRD RACE
Persian Countess, which willcar ,1-Rosario tel $7.80, 3.60, 3.80.
ry1120 pounds or two more than 2-Paques $3.20, 2.80.
T-got, will be ridden by favorite 3-Our -n$ ",.
ey Alfredo Vasquez and f- ne-Twour Fancy 6.0.
gres to be la the thlek of the fight FOURTH RACE
H1' the way. 1 -Takeaway $5, 3, 2.80.
Slakemere, top weighted at 2-Aseagurwda $6, 6.40.
120, could be dangerous I& he gets 2-Asegurada $6*80, 6.40.
of to a good start. However, jo 3--VUlaneal $4.60.
k Jose M. Avla is sure to scare Q ea ACE
wa many bettors. BlakemeRe will FRedondita $4 CE0, 2
rae in an enry with Monte Rouge. -Redondita4.20 2.60
large Royal gets in with the fea- 2-BlIcaya$2.60.
$. of_ ...pounds and will be raid- SIXTH RACE
-d. by pint.sized BraulioBaeza. 1-Pompilio (e) $4.20, 2.80, 2.20.
.glio Castilo has the leg up on 2-Espagirico $6.40, 2.20.
LeAden. This race figures to leave 3-Albatross $2.20.
*Mny a fan hoarsre after it's over. SEVENTH RACE
"nhe secondary attraction, for 1-RIqUI $9.80. 5.40, 4.40.
Clss "'D" horses, is another hard. 2-Pinuno $5.20, 8.20.
tSpick event. Impressive new- 3-Amat $5.40.
.cper Kadir should be the mu- Second Double: .$33.
tPls choice but he will have plen- EIGHTH RACE
t'of competition from the sensa 1-Money Maker $3.20, 3.60, 2.20.
tiobal Nogalino both in the mu- 2-Fuerte $9.80, 3.20.
t$aels and in the actual racing. 3-Hipocrates $2.20C
Ohispeante and Barlyon also rate Quinlela: $45.
s top contenders in this onuded. NINTH RACE
.Nine othqr races are inclu 1-VUalcanlzado $3.80, 2.60, 2.80.
4a an inviting program. 2-Expliclto $5, 3.20.
Mutuels choice FO lived uP to 3-Diatingo $6.
eXpectstlona by racing to a One-Two: $47.40.
ithilln one-length victory In TENTH RACE
the featured $650 Class C one I-Fol $4.80 5, 3.20.
teBphltp yesterday. However. 2-Mirzatoatif $14.80, 7.80, 6.80.
neeedded a bang-up ride from 3-Eacortal $6.80.
Chilean saddle artist Jose Bravo ELEVENTH RACE
to win. 1-Nacho $2.80, 2.60.
Tne five-year-old brown son of 2-Alonslto $3.20.
Itu#itde-T nat.L was rated tar IN
t we > Pieset by V-
;r e Juan 'Fir. 1
; l:W&7 oof inn e Frane an
Wddway down the homestretch -- "
and then was hustled out smart-
ly In the final sixteenth to stave 1-Eseaadalo Henry Lee
off Mirzatoats belated stretch 2-Courtly Prince Vertleordia
bid. 3-Uyuyny San Ctlstobal
Manuel pinchevsky's Chilean- 4-Den Brigldo Sixaola
bred horse finished one length 5-Don Goyo (e) Petite
ahed of Mirzatoata while the 6-Supper Girl Young Prince
later was three-quartets of an- 7-Lifeboat Regal Bliss
other length In front of Escoria j --Carlota Radical
at the end. Consuerte, Postino- 9-Nogallno Chlspeante
viv, Chivilingo, Kiosco and Go- 10-Pappa Flynn IBlaemere
t ailed in tatorder. 11-Bull mea ,.:.+ a


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ersley Gets Decislbn,

?lus Fractured Jaw
U -
Reprinted Prom pounds, seemed to coast rhllae
ha mw Orleanes Item IPersley pounded out an edge in
AY EVE PERINS Ithe seventh, then won the eighth
Pariley had his hands full and ninth.
f night against Joe Brown, I Persley said later. "He hurt me
Started fast and finished in the ninth with a right hand. Me
46 nal down a 12-spound de- rocked back and I came in. sAtw
l: I .him and he hit-me with the tight.
re along the way Pers-. Joe ia s mart, hard to fight..".
tucked good, At 12:30 this. But the solid shocker from Red
.he checked M.b Charity Cross still ha4plenty left. He
iw,6 whk X-am disdlo4e fought Brown ti a qtand-still in
u /.sW.. j the l th. In the"-ltKh.e had his
eak, M1g1 b -*a left near et -round sinca their mov.
#, a d'd. 't.be Persley ang-ll with hooks to. W y and

i. "ee leeake Was. .CO.MENT
S. .r .. 4.. m ,- r s -
First Race of the Double -.",M"A. .A. ,.. :"i--'
r A. RyesR. 103x --R ,etur sfri layof f
-w Stanger F. Hidalgo 110 i--i badly i stretchc ~ .,src by- yhefr fa uutu r AMMUc>t* 4 Jt 4i
J. PhilliRp& 110. ol-Nothing lo indmonths 10 NEA-*lx- Capt. W. G.. 1Mt- IdfS
tica ~~. Bsaea 7x -Dapends on start -a in'ukr ..t. 4g". --
mC. Cave 104 --Good chance in mud n byI? 1 'Kao l ,
_._ O . 11. -Wa .e..r tter P ," ...e t p hy..Iton street .
7-Henry Lee Z. Gastell 103 -Could score in upset too, C., has arranged tpo e how th o Botr Yok ....t S. 4
S- a little eaguetesao r the Wor the dickens at iltak l. The l; .a ...... g8 49 .542
nd Race "NH" Imp. 6, Purse $ ool cles 1 series at Wlliamst Pa., .Aur eas too b tryk e s L ob lsI ,ty 46s
Second Race of the Double 1 The Cannon- S treet team- 4 ain t i ao d... yW on.. 1 -. 15
1-Matruh H. Rulz 108 -Nothing to Indicate 10-1 members i nall'- won't come as -- lore .... 35 71.S !
2-ourtly Prince J. Bravo 118 -Racing to top form ei coempetors. however. Smal .Talk Gary H.teo btTDA"t
3-Marnina B.Aguirre 108 --.hould be close up "We ju t w at tbhem to See the 12year-old outfelder for thi-. O- a St I I
5-Iguazu L.Glraldo 113 -Hasn't shown much It e chana't- get to, Williams- L li., LL,-ai a unique r8 Sak et B .e aar
6-La Ene A. uez 115 -Was never better port," Mei s a er "The trip homer re etly .... It not only 'ot y at N BestA ork,
7-J. Fiddling R. CIan 108 -Pod-start in last will cost .o 0 d we have re- won the game or his club, bt a Cty
ceived nearly toatulnount in do- it busted a window n theAZ 15
nations Already. RoMesa Poliea Hea dqarters .roes.
3rd Race "Non-Winners" 4!% F.Purse 50 Pool Closes 1145 I was the -Cannon Stre et t. way from theAL diam.nd to, .000 00100 4 0 ..
ONE TWO team's presence in the South Back in 192, Curtis Bishop worteUs. vSC 000 0 f0 -6 9 0 Ph
Rnls ee Carolina Little League lourna- a -novel for youngsters about Lit, Sur as human, Foranle l (8), Con- P a .abu (IOU .. -a I
1-Uyuyuy R. Crltian 113 -Ran well last even ent which reduced a situation te League baseball.. He d.id (7) and Lollar,Mae s (4); .l0 aukee ., o 4 1
2-Taboga F. Hidalgo 103 -Nothing to recommend S0-t siw to tate's other r 5 s uchl an alhritiative job that he Dersh ((B) tand nd i a. 8lt.
3-Malguefia A. Gonales 104x--Has shown nothing 0 .vles withdraw. The Cannon was. asked to help start a r 0- (3-9).LP-,Harshman W ) and ,m ic. (r14)
--La Pampai nl A. Crel. 102x -Doesn't belong here .o .0-1 -e. YftCA is a Negro organi- arm at this West Austin, Tex., I-7) -Trlandos -(10), Ken. New Y
-san Cristobal A. Yea za 10 -Improving rapidly 3-2ration. hoeme. .. He did and since then Itdy (2), 5PhIlley (6). N (6ar 00400--4- 1 1
6-Dr. Bill A. Yaza 108 --Should be close up 8-1 ttle l "ague .a b fial decided a managed three championship cllnuAt 0 10 1. 1 1 -1 '17
t. de L up the. Cpnon tret iteamsV. ..e.ro la 000W0020-3 11 F1owr0 m-e il ttT (-),E
------ Probably tournatr mt action feel- Dr. R. F. Hyatt, Jr., president New York 0man ta2 0--Powler (-7-1K, C Itt. L.goit.
4th Race "G" Natives 7 Fgs. Purse. $75 Pool Closes :0 it.ouldn't b far to subjecof the M on tleeloi Ark. iL, re mess (i7-. m a"us -WI ts6),a I
QUINIELA t b to any tes at pressure. ports a strange Xr uln t from a sur- I-oeft, Coleman (8). Aber (8) Post (8, Uill (19), Gordo (4).
2-Golden las H. Rulzl 107 -DRaitce handed here 5-I "e have no' Ide what the vey he took.t?-Br In a poll of ad Wiln, House (7); Wiesler -
2-Regina A. Phillips 107 --Best chance od s1 arin mudsituaion w be fornext year as Monticello Little Leaguers he Ma n (| 6 K o stanty (7) P & .
-DonBrigido J. Bravo 113 -Can run but fractious 3-2 far as South Carolwh is con-found 50 per cent eavor arithme- Kunt M ) (7), Sturdivant (8) ra, od
4-Ebony B. Baa a10Ux-Has strong finish 10-1 cerned," Little League president tic as their favorite school sub- (9) and Howard, Berra (9g). WPv Brooklyn at Chicago (rain)
5-irena V. Castillo 113 -Closes with rush Pete McGovern sa y s, "We'll ject. . "It could baethe influence -Hoeft (11-5). LP-Morgan (6-
m6-ovesxaola A. YlazaIII -Usualym rvsbate 8 take up each league individually of batting average figures," Hy- 3). HR-Berra (2). -tbb (W), Shea (6) -g
5--(P aruFu Ycnzlrre 10 --Couldy help t 1 when the time corme to talk a- ath note s reached the batter IIIC UA l l
I-aTap Lady A. Gonzalez 102x-Could be in money .8-1 bout next sea "tc e .

-LD c 0B -Lh kee infield and his o mp ms hland Whese question; The pitcher Is Wa,. shingto 411 0 .-11.
Probably th 6mostimt patient on the rubber with the ball in his Hoauttemanr,.ettlag (1), Fel- Kansas CIY-4, flnf 5
5th Race "A" Natives 6, Fs. Purse $375 Pool Closes 2:55 Li League manager In the a an a and. The catcher tadig le (4), Narle (6), Mo ()o ).
tFiion s Cpl. Billy Martin, who i- th box his msk nhis hand, and Naragon; Pascual, Ramos (1-3). HR-oyi 'i
1-Petite H. Ru lz 108 -Rai e i structs obasba tear wt ort Car- Can a base runner steal at this U
2-Golden Tap J. RPhill 10 x-Distance handliiap 3-1 son, Coh. point?-Bryan Warfield.

3-COnctGl A. OYeaza 1201-Return c good shape 3- u Martin is mpy as waits for swerNo-remember a
4-Noon Goyo A. Vasqez 118 -Hard to beat here 210-1 a fal discharge wh"BaseaWill isen runner cannot leave base until --
5---y D(FrueaFru B. Agurre 108 -Could help entrymate 2-1 a serhim back to the New York Yan- the pitch has reach the batter
kee infield and hs old raous and these questions won't confuseen on o o
6th Race "H" Imp. 1 l Ps. Purse $400 Pool Closes 3:35 stole of play which meant a World you.i
First Race of the Double Series victory in 1953.
And he's' also a demanding
-PugClust J. Bravo lo -Jockey spouN hel 3-1 1 baseball teacher with the kids a- aE

8--8Pug uetTe L. Biraldo 115 -nok this s ti1 u r Te Ad he s alRsons a demani *EANf lWS5taAei g' 1g3
4-Copadoera A. Reyar. 187x-Distance at likinglt -1 round him. "I don't care how e olde ML a t Iit
3-Supper Girle Gatell 115 -Could score at price 10-1 ou are," Billy told his A r aty
5-Nobbecrook A. Ye ats13 -Could improve here 10-1 aseLittle Leaguers. "Baseball is al ei
5-MY Dear A. Vergara 1iox-Has strong finish 4-1 a serious business. You gotta bus- ft Byt UNTe PRr___ESS
6-Young Prince R. V8ga 112 -Poor ride m last- 3-A tie all the time." B UNITED PRESS Ing ad we nt o to
7--Cedur R Avilan 115 -Returns from layoff 20. "At fir t., the youngsters- 3n. e inno vehe h ic kn of. ut out
8-0aluitic L. Giraldo 115 -Dangel-ous this time 3- they're all sons of personnel liv. The Chicago White lox lead in Ing.
9-Another Fulmar J. Rey. 110 -Longshot possibility 1 ing on the base were a w e- A2 .y B EANS REARDON the Americad n League pennant fTheRaia CIty f
.--.. Lodge .nAr, nro118 -DNotw gin mn thlass415-124Years In. National League race was reduced to one percent- 'allied feeothree dt
l Written for NEA Service cellar-dwellin gBa ltimore Orio- Boten piced a, p th defeat
7th Race rF" Imp. 1 MIle. Purse 5500 Pool Closes 4:15 Omphroy Singles QUESTN: With a runner on les walloed t e.Pale Hose B-1, leo who eligle d JL e
Second Racroy f te Double second the batter hits a sharp behind t home-run hitting of ba m a
grounder between first and see- Dave Philley and Gu Triandos. lead wIth thre ie
1-Lifeboat Crorstian 115 -Rates good chance wa2 ond. The shortstop moves toward The New York Yankees and seventh t wa
2---. Club C. Chavez 11x--Longeot specialist 20 e-1 tennis Tourney the ball and Is on a line with the Cleveland Indiana both blew haktoe
tSr Feinner L. lr&o t 13 -Nong in months 15 -1 the the runner. The ba hits the excellent hia take vle. A
5-Real f 1 Agarie. 15 -R"e aong be* .1 te invtatiog made n o rule. .od i fi r g ae rae the re a deuuts w.e . -t. Vf
-- ee II VA. Qatiloa 0 -S-hool best these 8-2 The annoM iniement of the Omph. ball hits s ie reaching an Detroit Tigerd, while the Wash-
roy Single Tennis Tournament nfielderarlyspeed. But he is on an even lngton Senators edge4 he In. There aeruto
6th Race Nativesi --Purse $275Cle brought forth favorable response line with the fielder.-Artie Pa- dians, 6-5 thev National L
Qh rae A a '.Brv o p1i Fh PurIIELe A 100 Pool and comment. Many of the best lange. Following these psets, Chi- PittiabWru h P h u
Slaal ners of both Panama and the Answer: He is out the batter eago held down first lace with .lwaankee ave t f
--lomar Rey 1 o or C, o e welel beriga dIto he expssing "bead foreeall cIdg Y rk lN at e w e
3-a PnsOte 2 s t s3 th e bs playersothe a isth afi vX1 ,,Ne mnh a utmr oNw Y

-C t R COrltega 1103 -R e nis ht-1 S vecIang the aiof s aport n i record as t a sed e th ven inn ngs as he ga ned rate pcked up later oher Iu
o .n. md baUga-w inicrkhsoyhil andaddingruns firs g tradla omer M yl triumph on t snseeane. yrofeut-a

th.a D l Purse Pool Clooes 5:15 telephone Panma 3-1808a -yJoe Kane. 17. In the ninth on s la byJ
STWO If t are sufficent entries A. The 81 841 fans who packed Palica retired because theLunchandLon, p
are frn Colon, it lmay be Yankee Stadium o May 30, 938 heat and was relieved by Harry out.
1 i at -Post position helps 3-1 posib arr ements could be to see a doubleheader with the Dorish, who allowed only one Wally Post droveJa five runs
S.pp'l- A gulrte4 -Jockey should help 4-1 made to.haverthem play the first Red ox. it In the last two nings Jack with a homer sa a double while
3-R aDir A. V qi4l --Gets real test here 3-2 and second round matches on the Q. Why hasn't Billy Pierce of Harahman was the loserl. Ted Kuinsewakl walloped ll
-.enton- F. fIdalo.. -Not ready yet 25-1 Atlantc side if they so desire by the White Sox a better record so The fifthl-place Tigers, who 36th home ruc to lead the IR -
-'Don tito A. Yeal, 11C -Lacks early foot 10-1 grouping their drawing. Immedi- far this season? I thought he now trail Chicago by 5 H games, legs to victory. Art Fowler mlas
Y--D. uaet. A. Roes .ZOxC -Returns in shape 2-1 ate contact should be made with looked good in the All-Star game. rallied for tour runs in the e a shutout when he gave a3l
IB-r%-on 5. oiWa 3U -Not against these 30-1 Oml il this is feasible to At- -Lou Benfante. seventh Inning to defeat the three singles fsacrlfice fly and
$-.. Spruce A. OnaWlep lO2x-Early speed only 10-1 lanC de players. A. The left-hander has been the Yankees. a three-run 'l to Sid Qor-
InmmedLa following the singles victim of four 1-0 losses. Fine relief pitching by Spec dorn In the. nth. .
16thee "A ant 3" imp. 7 1 Purse $100 Pool Closes 5:40 tens tournament, Omphroy an- Q. Brooklyn plays Don Ha i Shea enabled the Senators to de- T.he Brootfy olha
1--B e Royal 'B. Clle-.a x -Wuatest at getaway 1 ounces he will be promoting a at third and he hasn't been the feat the Indians. The ex-Yankee was rained out, W=I-Itib 3-
V- 1f o15'double tournament which should big hitter a man at that position right-hander choked off a phia vwia at ft Loulat k, a* gh
.3--P ledn -GV. 10 -3-Seeksorevengedhpay fat odds s8- be of high caliber, should be. Is there anything in hip Cleveland rally In the sixth in- game.
----P. flynn .Oo e +103----Seeks revenge here 3 Tetournaments are aimed background which indicates he.
-Tu nt e. Vq 11 -C ou : t r -1 at rin the standard of tennis willhit well?-Barry Carpenter.
7--(M ogt Vtiez .118 -Could win again 2-1 in the public of Panama and A. The best average Hoak comr

r Ae3" advaage of the opportunity was a 26 wth Montreal in 5 CENTER THEATRES b
gaereiesanmaigSuSe upI j1 P y'aurwsn-OeCga i las --' 5 .- -

w-1 0. leave te d, and making 1-v K up -Ag-;, rre 115 -Looked good In last
it it" for he first time- 'm Ai" ,ev- ..S--ul nFles A. Vaiques 120 -Shouldn't miss here
l-ke row hit m oenth. f-rl e ^Poah A. Y I -C-hance in mud only
..- e w .4-El Pub F. Hf1UU9 110 -Returns from layoff
"wore preparing to wire The de vas rur mous. 5-Filon V. CtlHo 1.7 -Usually close up
a with a trace Tuea., Idg Ed-Bwt bI" - _6.1. L--lland jT. rlvo 115 -No. 1 contender
etimtedtit would be with one even- judge f. fk "r____-_
mth be e ecouldj Adasojt l-4 wine eve, and r f
"tual *' ertee Rolap Brown 6.4 with two
if a "1}tural" be Aen. ,. % / -J. i i a i i i
Wa tV. top Ne.lbI. Thk writer "bad "P'rsI4ro -A It
,drew 44J fans who -'" ,.' -wsd7-5. Y0 AT H EMA
.gS ,.tl- .(.0)JIM "I thought it wo a.+ ,to ... "-
0by"I ws ;. pmr otc, lrevwn sid later. '1 kow s_.rbg. p n today and tomorrow
was WB ay todf aim several times. I had a lot of AL Theatre.
0ri slm : lIk-w=h a sneak right uyb-ahis
.the .left-han lead."
Sth I-round (When Persley wo hb
"aedd v adlyi . .. .
"emn r e eP .to i Would Browj im
Pa toave Isa Persly over rmund a
lMatlWt. w -hap- so," ld idanBr vlow,; and
of.. 12 was reason e- a man who'was actua'y giving I.
fight was a lulu. some hard thought.
p guauitee of $1500 How about Persley? He pointed
was ag to of-, to trainer Freddy Brown. "It's up
Nto ll-row n a-1 to my managers. Anything they
1 say."
Ut ,fl round Trainer Freddy looked aghast.
'Pa*r ,t..Iave, "Maybe we'll fight him back, but
H ,%,Vr tJ. -much, what for? What's it prove? We-
e Brown's want a crack at a rated fighter.
t$ the eve- Maybe (Orlando) Zulueta ain't a
_p pace better fighter. But he's got a rat-
ioated a ing. That's whO we want."
See., I
V..a good' Promoters agega said the $M000
t -* ^ 'net was a record on this books for
-'S$6dlSft .rown a Negro bot. He pointed out that
h._. I.~Ithe gross (over $M even topped Doris Da MU4 i ,.n
e .! the $ 700 done by JoeLouis in an o OS A- -n
..lexhibitiona. a Coliseum sever-i reese today- i.
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Sto mager an i company a

b_0 ml t it m Yor.,f P., ac Don Du1.De admitted he
pama glove na e IVIAats had Billy Talbert a rel -- m In E
wuae. o oen fr Pa to e avitt.e t

tant. -.ua.. he cannot run te way l ouafeelder should, the baNing star of a World Series-a C S. ta m o. m o

e perhaps has no arm Pi p as e T N Yrk Philadelphia Bltim
afue Cubs tok the former E )
"Little a bal e t hme r B asball home run king'se fat saf rankSheu then -ata.n A O
ba b.e9erer. eaalet a Rick.efy's m. in

yto he o are ya three o rtfelders Fary far pt. aThey many old ballplayers that he af la asted m t y thrl ween th
ba ahngi' bbotuq a b ol a ...Cucnlto p.t.. onyssed4 thestrdYo m oto ndN O 4
S1&S 1 S e1 'rS 1110111 it. ib1. "'P. ---- g but. t A 0 TAN PORTF an i t1
I .. ,t u d"Don d admitted he'

r oes ps, W WE WOULDN'T want to l1 a T t
ba tn the old dead bal days, we had browt h in the pre s dtYent of ,l o r Pa., a bAhey f a b that image oft. te "new mature, ,ig ils c Mona onn r Ee T
Jac e w hae e r b dall reprieve n Cleveland theBllovale ed Willaly Taerms,t a but relathly ailing from BALBOAain.
tootead. r Onlyt.hefur-stisoeshedoemfosrtoe tthepetween hge e U oe a dliate abd _Bavit said he wouldn't be too to BUENAVENTURA, MANTA and GUAYAUI
pot"In t.h ee~L Boston newsmen have enr u t b Wl happy to renew relatble insurth
would pe ewerh oe run the te had more to work Fe d beeH y.. The pre-game ohw t Shields now Ct u committee chair ew APPLh a B
the le costtee ens ount out the magnatecti. the Ra ox augorut, we Mr anxious toe a Cp berth al- f M a n
se r atlle an s ousle n er trh afl uethCubseORto thef house before aCgame)O)evo heesar

"Little uya kt ou orsg o r1balacesort ome runs. Basebe D Al Lopez' vunks eterfad saay get lf turn, teFa Simltodsat hencaptaIaa so
as 7o ue rea td .the woe C s baa/or alov Hoote Evemor. had been t.1 hevr club ha s s.si o 's TmeetiOg. SheidL term-
sAo earts.rois goingrte not coming.For a Sv. 't rnohieg h,, tp. anaereyr e w-,
flebwn thee outfedes? er, far out. Teya mayoldblpaeers late ofs- esaid Budger casige IiT AD
rull bft 40 Tiw, bsi me where equally unpleasant. lu-

-tra ba9s. f ten go, tthey stea at hai r fe e mere.d t ae ap a o, OutfielderbWrtz e pere t In. 7th Uit etats Law enis A t Ill e Ar
by long d. 7 aistance, teleph one. Four Housto andN O

Shaved oi. ia .d.-5Cobt U s p"Hema be onolyh aieGaria t1, Wertz, Al Rden. st rnamehnt ci
bam p et IhtYaeee.nhe ms oba-.sod he will take abmgvly tetee- rerndnn t of York.PCSa .firSt.bae -

oot lead.Only the our ti a couple o thousand dolls and Laery Dadby g the nek ndsor In B ro kly AI Dd Ncoes wast aing ond sonneyed

ithff oppostton by a dub owner who Juat ha .sba A daaban donset tomaketgust '51 and they didn't want me. This C^/*BM D
IDtheold deal baredays, wne bed bregid in the elbow and a cyst was rmovndl ha imgoo t he non, mawered chaXde o MnhystigfrmBLO
o te Ureu v he Io e not run the way an utfielder a e led shouldee batting star ld S Theres e of love efor ShieldsW p officials Fe- hd e wo n

e eler lap hano arm. When Fred Haned took oer tihee bn thelle ave aid heit toa Be NN en BOA -
Pwouldeaes he b o pk a tle t the last inute by TedrNwnt. es ea hi hm y
tCoeer re seual a m n to e we iri v reie the spa. e rstan te affluent Cubs took the former w Vatrkp r he e a Shid d -nC cOOteem char-sA fld &

sAtl eg uyAle cdan g .r slaenfe "'gete home runs. a Baseballhome nkinl efat salary 4 di ape ton ornk sildeted o r,
P Ahel aotd tee a snie mag nate o thook many year Mahata R ic aey's neck. Whe n r anS he e wssn'tht o'

woul W a t ast fortlet fgoo lac kd by that tile MHerb ore suffered from fever c bnefoenagameo long asey, don't clamor for.2 aioiusers to t oe Ccp t aCuop *have him apr- wuordy ,
Sto h tid balance between attack and a bum knee. WBruin wahered luwase telannhe sober . ai wrtte eolumrs Chicago," wks ning.s ,

."Lano gnn those cities to the Pafic Coast League an attack of pneumonia early in p a ton pennant Bob who'll enter the scrap iron
d thoughihe'stabouthto start p uleaed tthge ethme ro ppedoC ebaso2 tnd taji hejsthnis'Tnorthos, oreal

'"Nowere are a it of pthple f the Lose? Angeles areaut. They Many old ballplayers BobthNtan rIheht to mnage vertholesnt year

ey ave.lote of distractions, many of them trying to the Generdal Manar G l eenberf n t a s later cstigt
wonderful all-yearclimtes. Another thin. T y likre ferse wrain tferace th o take s tardd rn to dime when he cameb tobe put
oe ? b e a b r t 5out to pasture on the J efroet e~He the Un ited States Lawn Tennis As.t r Monthly lig frisom .aB od C . r
soH Evers1h adL.BTba.UONUU RULE o Lemon Evers n daler housebeforesaAgame)IeC-NP pla y
Sar to and be 3er p ed Savitt a' poor sport, insisted wte A R N T a Ud

.~&mwihstiff o Aopitin by.alu t owntie rKwh just hean.robyl had aee ba-eoe dimabe tmkasint etg Sl tera-
Ofrioes nd p dassem e d dO e -shouldn't be given top ranking. a He COAST

Mr. Mc uare i wa s hwcnhe oer e onl y onen a c t j ewelry eusinef Schtel's din .lj
al smut. t.g on ei of theea s hwontpassedG neWRo- WitsOUDa'swam nttodispelwasn't, being placed second after

it, f iq,. they-ld ea bn day, wte ats br d Ia an the present es heg along we tdey a u thley 1 a ie h newe oslhe ofaote lheo fo SilsCu ofcanls .t.e
-VA I n hTatl h tho hlOwl Of b nuse t o ar eapr a on i d a inind ure s lege Cleveland. lovable laed Waisiame but-mrela-,e
would re roe run ther9Ieebe i aF r more to worp, e toy ~. ~e 0t beenworse.. The pre-game shsw Sh elds, now cte ae. pgTe a
with.ao thuresle a campaign to reveiesei a e rntd. .nd o r t (hs ranmi ofinl de pw oterf ar an added
therulcommittee oun g out the mag s on that subject box t, where Master anxious to aept a Cup. berth al
If w d be a serious blunder tbn back that filthy Ar, w .. house before a game .e ehThey, though he's about to start a three
e rim- wA OW et o gt low leas-t freW rev. a b t a ki.oe ffred etiturntel hm to visit a i the Wtpy-e ee caildin in h e y ,e
rL o si+ RUt C bxtlwon Ae e n/ thoesoe ehiePa ce a C/oa rvea u e a nd bmokee.Wthrclub chiatrist. "n n l am fomNS: CRISTC to the ve m

flomr erbithrvow the', itta o.Les nI aatgoing not com on. Fifteen are W ams uyinna oe .d that newrp a- "I've got nothe t to gain, a o wi

areTatofpeoplIe in the L oseng a utca le antheronto deaths George aer- m e
ex rtalnear r Gthre ptterr was not bad to r r ago he i thing to lose," sad Savitt.
-r- --- .l- 36, ZanJ .Reg anplaysingles and lose, I'm a bum

wonderfu aa climatAthr thn. Theye like he ract ee cb reare rn t mv of u dm we he cdDale house before a game) ...am n

th u 'sand ed ng are u33. tiher O t, C hi o xta nd hesenetll cn't w

ot tr Te aevee a ie apccat lme o ne the orf mU. Tthtn ..s. o1 n Y orw d taes he's silit e a geuy to ha
not ke.oaftora-a ir .. a 2 1 1 0luea,,ed Newcombew.tfo1 t s he s fc n f jsngteI
._rr.fr Iofnat uplIe iofethousands dollars Wertzhad a stifneck and sore, n b m asutg an'a

Cf'rahat ArefNeaspi becoe owephojstherleg eldere y vi de-a ae mhsklH, perl -aHtler Gear-
S6Id Ce Totals s n ted1 kid. u n was removedsu dt oera pl change of heart seems to
.. .II hi o.e to p ofatrMforhe Wi le PaulTose eor w oe sevith paUni med
to10,,9-25.,.-3ne o ;ey.4r3. 1i-Sthadium on If-reom 09hand.-bowaman's eye.themail Ne
S -,L Gr h DlH N.N YI- nmbr1fbersdfnal rtiedt

eliguard Waa wsaing. Roy Betos .... .. 1 0 oroe to chamepionhip o...Te
I r aV 1hkvbt- y are-oldind with In be .Chase .re. 3e 0 2
w5, reshofhereIhesa lofAmcaWarren nshtered ah .. a. I 2war made e.. ..them nmis but dur-O

12ugene Iors to -take O ( onLsm cl
reede le o, curreFn tly is oble....d by a ckety

Herbb c dt .u 1i2l24t(hene t fedimt tf oriain h e
lfegu14"It' nthe MikeRoe,. 02 2 2 HeSavithd up ap r ofA
b. Detro t i t,: newspaper when bewidn'tsemimpressed.

T 1Tols i Iake Okdr. a er h habisa eow ad salt 'o
thi ,rd .h dlve a r v ith .h opel wm Ah t e e the the Tigers,. pen ha r Lila otbewildered onlookers,

Billy Hathanfy e was speakeisngte'Ne i 0 1 0 1 made m0e 16 matc..hestP aulOu
JosA111900es IS6MF eraebe meat no thoe AL they a sacroTtlic awasD aoutofwwhketenn can e a rs the Inexpicable somersaults o ,
Me .11*th M lath at Is.o rst five yel, 6-and by that time Herb Score suffered from fever d..oa on'0t r amorf or.ahittcoons -have him spin-
"t ~ eugonenwouldNbeodrhd.C ad k Wm eOclubsdependsonhowlonaelwrite omps in Chicago "winksning.- .
fapanhadbothknetodonwithath ered formercantstaal: Rent v New
L ft." a n na %L hoop cities to the Pa'ifi c Cies t League an attack of pneumonia 'early in 1 e.0at least one penffant Boh, who'lleter the scrp iron
-ith0W9 . .ndah T r ight an rippe c 2 e Yithps esa desDon't ignorethosenGeorge iallm
.iTnere are a get of peopleIn the Las Angeles area. But calf muscle. .c psed B s o
they ave.lots of distractions.may of them trading to the General .0n a11ger Greenberg naTlERUt Rtest teueraned sihaightr wndageaiey enextnyea-
Awonderful&e-year climate. Another thing. They like horse racing traces the club's retarded run 0o 0 move off n dime when he came re
out there. They have a keen aPP___Ofall5re s om !p ortsean a would traces the club's retarded run k oe the Chisox-...hand he still can'tu...
ot.4fohr a-trailer In a 10-clUb league.Just. fo the satisfaction of in1uraes and illness but he's still quite a guy to have
being In m0twr circuit." In'nfirmities come with age, on your side.
however, and the Indianaehave
becotne the Major leagues' elderPulc Damski, pre-Hitlerh t Ger.
-- -b W IJS~IWGor~g Case Are.N.e monyb.ig boxing promoter who
Word..esm en I.. gave, Max Seleling h start,
Tom6Pe0aKclaberdin t preliminary.

mF," the lifeguard was Baying, RoBettis .. 1 0 0 2. rose to the s championship ..,tThetV

treated me like1 was a pal. He'l
HerbSchmidt ..o.... 1 2 2 4 entreated him to be friends ngain

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THE STORY: Sheriff Charles out a J4tawk murder war- mouth to Wyatt "Go ahead ,.rap ". t duty," -
Shibell of Palm Country, Aril., rant?" .it, boy, The llers don't play 'l s to th
wants Wyatt Earp to collect fe fun." al you about that
taxes for him aI Tombstone. 'WYATT pk his- head. '"lope, Wyatt knew where he was law on the bay geldinl- one --
Wyatt, a man, doesn't Ilke the I'm done with Kansas Bill. Dec- ow and for the first time sc ?" 1'.-" net ,e
Idea of making a "boy'l Job," tor said I eeded a climate, wit leaving Benson e felt at hm oy answered, no "von .'ebe .l
*till he hears that;not nickel less lead in the air." and comfortiblL. The thick set a-rtaI to answer, He iel tem an. d jIa
of taxes has ever been collect- "You picked it," said his cow. bandit ws clearly sure of b Milt a minute. "All sht," e short .Ad
ed in the toughest town that panion, forcg the laurt "iveun self, hadn't eve unhbstered 1is taoiwlyW. "Thin Ily.' door W.t
ever got filled up with gn- the bullets are cast ou of pure guns or unbootid his rifle. His H'NtW. watching B3 J. I'B.Je
toting bad men. "Pin on the silver down here Sa y, Wyatt, -tw coimppnloan, not old 'at ai He saw the "S
badge." says Wyatt. "Tomb- you sure y0U Wouldn't ride shbl the game, both bal their saddle, e fluk. Earp," f t
stone's got a tax collector." gun for me just this onept ior guis out and swung up onto Wy- thv
old times' sake? It they-hoe .vimy
V more payroll out of may station "You ear me, miter?" the cold C
the company will jerk me for heavy man asked pleasantly of WYATT said the leader )W -a t'
WEDNESDAY, Feb. 19, Wyatt good. I can't pay you sone, Wyatt. Wam Broclous Gh, alas "That
Earp took the stage out of Ben- but. ." ,. "1 hIbear y, Curly'" 1 -0wla l Brac ingr ,IOs ba AR
,,I' Braewus. Zll: .It*Wt ss .lar :be atl aa A
son for Tombstone. WtI'Wll wyatt evenly, as k hai, hu a dt te'
If he had take the one on the Wy ttW so., WI00 t'" :-.t tha shotgun. weight a 215, pouns. V i ,d
18th, or the 20th, or any one that I can't rem mt er 10e e fAst wita a at tl,
week saving that one on the 19th my firstop a I.San- threw it dow -[Nite wt "To got t eta o taR nl y,
chances are good that a fair part sas." ,a sense, bydropng its we *O r a Ofsmewhe.rd

onoi ek t e e a o T.... n+* aeftut iNg eua invstm T of ow, (U ah wot v 4a' uarptyeha Jet
say, considerable.qjuneter. eacr o tausgu ndrdeub h rdyo
rhey got into. Benson at noon, ent. Curl 's leftthe left h- and t4bei miul r" .tn . T K ed
Tuesday, but couldn't ride on be. feTo sharpe40 _A'd hi .4 g.tthe '0 eto his right ac, ieto that 'ntemo Wattee,"- t m ." .t
cause Big Re* had picked up a niowsT d f A k e rant ,wh nort tIel tKe -oavSe 10 oadifa 6
stone bruise rihitnejs front frog tresento ;i., Th. tbdne l yt Im wasdei tad s tm n .udo abou t e- tin inemen h o ef- ea a p
knew the horse wlhed never last looked i emuw a the a tear that na m ear. b7*a 4*necyo Sol1-n -
Into Tombstone, picking his 210 citizen of thtet. su, ta et hiwas' live t r o and on 5lhi 'Not ," said heam seriously therla,, n r ... liar .
pounds, so he hted up tohe sh.o elwltah "fihood ietr. "W will, don't wor al threat- 30,r
To besyud' hol ah"ed 4 SboU j le ia stor 'butIf Charley --. -..-

Wt e office, figuring Big Red e -tand etia 4o blnctutdde of the roadayth iap. wat Aw h, det1 Mott. of -his visitor, 'b ta1110
Johnny's roa.; scrub could trot litical me tis ime had blu ne el was, t m was simple mi edf rsa f taI
et h t at way, n ly fold n o .or Tnomgh' notrto?" o.w ll ah"
down behind thr :coach, tied to ant loY '- OT a'moThmpnas ao bo, mn4 hire, pruougthe said t wheth heW ILWto I-ShwholUwiI

the boot. That way, no o stcar ng ule bosWadof lit no e nsa od a fllro l. mlei TAi to iks rnigeds orlttde m s andils R Vaie ey
anything but their saddlesyt both Mtt'5 ownv bi- the. o.of t tp -it fiverrnodBt on I gioved t-eot hiv $ e lrshw wgheng dwa Iotis It du aeemsn'ta usaedwanY aunii l r '- "- w--'"w-,It. .. a

anythng bte au t the sadens orlp h r e .. e be ad be ta at fir oremad he o i le bs w rne .
horses, could mike it ony dow to the es a rt Af *c ti onet leadendrn"st to nceln l youth a deaown fio hnd aown tough from Kansas. Now, do nr'trbmo tha
Tombsonre. Wyatt adeBehat a . while Advising his I 1- p n i nwestlli ng Wyatt misunderstand me4. arl nI'm

Whet he didn't oficnd out until T s 1x havs t rg bl k a red a hajrambf outo. pacht'luns, ha i on de here f rod thuso t bae ares aed uM tu. lo w inZgi)1!Wp ^t
ie checkeda t e ad ls oFin r u l "Ton -s -s Ct--Tl e taklpu i ouboy a. haig to mlge oslt about It de- certain investments of my own, (UP)-ne aa os t ,an u usa .Id
fright dock just headd of stage lead sts. l t e I un) etowardn Aou oit pa thin e w tal eadi inhsatentds tha wore dmh a Sasete su
time the following a. n., wlls a dted hhd b hs d Wi' dhim R iingo and Behan swung meddling from th ed ots thyoue.tm UU .

thatd tih We d cneand oohe Tnewar is -a We wnt .pthe byci arCst'l lPaty C$ 11 aalgar oovdato he sure faA
that the Wednesday run took the stiened l e f W t ca es an ully raised up ove n top and rode the bol ot the dertand?" le roubs, te t.s ia te
Welns e aoee dnt tho te ostll-eyed m ronelyr balance of the a. y in, watching "All right. Go ofl." l la aofae lfor
mtl pa-beo an't yQUpeY t sand waiting with drawn beltguns V'...gh. ""a- rsht o
Contention Mine be roll in it.h gentlt e adeltrrblal T1 "i Y ., f-s p 'for any return of the bandits. -"altsr" ; h lu
The little rawhidel trunk that sameinel i -'k t give me a chance," Insde h stage, on the meatin up." ml
re rnegar ime 0ne a oost io .-. .- T yas with no return of the cross fro om the dying boy, Evvie cTAKING Wyatt's eanor y w titudhe meanroeo Ul. e lndislmad spets I
,-. theregular mssengerwasy boost-I ae os from the h.h teas edn..
Ing eUp to the driver as Wyt. An eind, the oneir. tht feeling. "But I'm going to Cushman crouched Shting down for continuing agreement aBehan olesala, prot.dft''-
sauntered up to the o Company couldn't her eaes ff ai v e oun e." the nausea and the tears that figured to read him of his orrle buwte : ntt
k, was busting its straps with was the girl. in the qual Wyatt kept hi rifle centered rose up in her. By the time the ders, bluntand ear. and say n t em.
.15,000 in cash money. store-be li cl, these. n -thIr leader's tobacco sack, youth had drownedin his o w n "Now get this, E a r p. Neither Kra more thm 0,000

15tm00in, BilW Ion ey.e my I nl n ter m ore te Birhdnage 1eat0,0Wr Yu g tedse1
Of course. Wyatt hadn't come What a e sow a n d carefully b 1 d, welling up inside his you nor anybody else, walks the natives -were screen ad 400
down to the express office fret-hi a ra if t o hm punctured lungs, and had died middle at the road In this town, arrested. Most of thee wer
3Uoeeto outfitabout payrolh20any c t bOawash Juthstor noe oots,"ne i MVheavingpyour boys andanere
ateor' r-' tole w it owy ta y clinging to Lilly Belloit's c ool There's just two sides to Allen tureid loose today but some
4eato utft payrworlleds.t wose forus tl2 ooIrsk beAwtithk ga Im letal ing yuto wh far scaredd kidat the tall brunette had Street, ours and theirs." were held back p uppected
h at he'd worked some for Wells armed, with hands g this time, but- here but one feeling eft for Tomb- "Who's ;n our side of the members of the t r' "Army
rfgo in his time and was only fold around a P 'dt a met ngydbetter see gets but o ned feeling left for To meb-tt"ofAlla
oqderin.g if by che n e be knew a antti % dt ie aour friends It e re- stone'snew deputy sheriff. He Behan couldn't b e suet oe lann a eiyest-

coine uerin $ l ose t a t r, tv q mc hisp a b g uA the bantlsawse eaik -c kew
get a there in Benson. y&att lock The aw's come to Tomb- was a cold blooded, hired, pro- the way he said it whether he aIy tofind the whole town ring-
It tured out that ot oly did stiffened up ke boys, andI'm it. M fessonal killer, meant t like t sounded or nt. d by troops and very
1e know the agent, the agent for slapped him or the Winng. Don't bother looking back." "You, if you're mart," ha said male Was reenel
are knew himA. ab ot iron. it h passengers, with Ringo in COMING in from the north like carefully, "along with me and
S"Well, if it ain't . ." She was a right tall girl, five- the ead and running to joinrWY" they were, down Sixth to swing Shibeli for sur e, and maybe a
"It ain't nobody,"oroke in six couYways, rnd black-haired as att. tumbled out of the co a c. west u Allen Street, Wyatt gotfew others here and. there.' ble and headed uptwyn, following
t quiet-like giving him a Kiowa squaw. She was full- They had a quick look at what to see the mostof thename and "Such as Bill Brocu?" Wyatt editions.
od. "You understand?" Then. imlipped, with an oval 4re aym ws go
fIFapped his own voice and moved Ti was eal wmn e rystai e P is t Campbell a t. m at movd igt the door, h tsd_ -,m eo. 'onswetdhe tieheor..
"Wyatt, I woueldn.i't hone you, h saey7p 1 iuchainlhn. loon-peeo"Kn'd .at. P. d- a erwo fll aed lOdg" w "' pBtirft.W
Sknow that. $i in with tohe' ais b the do i h i s nt
Company 20' ya-po. But lh loololl Uo ac p tIe1nu need ptc wGoodn dghueM rightly ha.
seen a th lin g Pad o Hetat Evvise f r, I ( .--hat doun of.i.'- seeing you
.lo..onebetween.hereanda .J 3dm never dId prove 0 on. .. the landlady-
"ytmines. We'v t "hit the inyuraneea old d 3oT g b-fe swaltn e hn oato X o..-t t stdowenoh 'A to yocuf tla yo- a 'O m? il"
companies ,.l lO In. os e that t y.lou, I never e iiaCrO tee j.bg t s h hun fr I ap dn tuae
3sergot 10 m -to-eIheet al, ae t ,anund ae-poer 1 yl rw. to he landlady i

youwod t'heS ureu h i di ol 6 o b l e was' toc iaseiug. t

mine. betle. thUse "oe: titt tyt ot I ohet deia & Oft
$40 neve*r q atcohilt uofromt labsijail. b4'ean, he t irst s uber elyuno e afor t. sh si
A8t0b* DRAMAd | Sal soa Wyatt qC uv Teea ai pat o. w.818tht a tA nd wt&peaet' l
dayupo t .oFrIthb t1oey e en bowwhee t esi
sotereWnatt'san- Ogtte
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Balg?"btho*aat:' "s amIn anhim.
dat up on isp.fFrom .pwLonI IT was f ,f ot .Itoland wgoutcoetowm gn
d. anidA-a.".-oulntrayles, lo.,wacsto s h ast huao n a, ap :sng aio 4 W w 1 a e th d-. u. w p- athe eeieungmian on
uengotIonanwoarenbt u cttheminers -f'$4a-sea you r.Ber-1."Thefrost
go. long as thaL .-. .-. sld ""t't i d a d v dkerse a U
"; a a ht~.thress o tal a rihet ?be i dBhe nw being
what you doingsdtainrtshhsbertwe figh "t ..h flat"land WO wuutl-tha n codt-Alen tShee at ."1 -Anyt event, Mr.
adpanbingh .wl,. 9bepircfn'of -wholetbench.aTombseng squacked HisPanotwasfstillom4Be-fRiottbetigh listau
attugave" k orb*g whr, 5 th opoS- tan Hotel.r
1:00, 2d41, e:6, 6:45, g "'allaW.. b rt. ttheufamo hsn, er, reallytdesigWnoodou
Sl raheiyafI"And do you knowYou 24ahe adity.pA4rtofIttthe aG 4 t
OFaTEefAGemesthe d -t w. .. pactthe amiestshat suchpd-aimad.e..t-...y.M. my "
the slidlhti- inder In* l ..oZ!, i k, r..j attheir pcapli tOl i fnyou atd- m abediBehas ad.-
liThe, umanbetw-ifiover 0000, withanorntthn oI'a.io gesetyomis
a-jand bD 0jj ddlaowhogot.-e hr er ..
rncoet-!a.je 4au yugaabdotl pure ouruchiefs.uTad
bua.ahsmselsmggedmdeputy.sheriffrintotherdirth.tom read,h.kd ea
him to the Th'irdSitting,dt reds
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cement of MWa Mon-
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thb npU of New
sident -o the Na-
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It of emet, tele-
Soflils to an-
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formal windup of
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SAd aspeak-
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Ch0o tranJged the
i4rance-a of the na-
!ternatlondl politi-
.j, told the local
i Monroe will via-
tObit, go to the Bry-
wAere the Lincoln.
rates were arranged.
take a personal -ap-
the final presenta-
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ham, director of the
on related some oth-
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Mas Monroe dug her
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t tq Bement to see
ten ,with the beards.
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ZVEN' lfroems JOaAroft- sae phlaYfta pus
*a _of iflp-trog re, Object ft tha
to ive,a l.h but ina frog fy a miM o
p. oe frog lepa veWtiealy, hblaatally o
diagonaly .4ver aptiler to the a next cant square
the fdorintUan4,a bogt tptired. A coatinuou
leap of th a"S f ot uns $ijup.
see i you 'an ae si-4 g in four leap:
leaving eg No. I Its ginal position. (Thi
ndOs apt igaMe that ir. Jauot bte .jumped about
the board, bt it d maR that Samem fro
whichh sw 6eeums-that.te t ltn e thereat th
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Work, r ap"py Da.s
t. Number Abu that light-
aims neyve tubdt in the amm*
. "4pw t temperather.ea
a It's. s
0. 2To10. I, 80 or 40
day- w.ithot tr, but not
longer thaw k 5. r S F ilanute
B. Aya ifrbm
All Itad north, maat and
west frm apy lan acre ?
10. "*- Old Cat"I,.

A COMI O mg of Ylect-
ed howo" for home
2rs s .Aobbyists.
BSe8t0d bV Clerk En tfrd
Co0plte 18 k O o Anof a lby
rP. R oskwel binther Gray-
ean (Depbdy, a' pages:
I. 1St 9).gbt vom of the howr
te.Ululal 'mthr, work o* Mr.
&Mawaf, ea1 his io- author, who
itl wite. bome 600 wvulatles of
sauWMa Sh nlg plantfairO cov-
ped. D4M -of dull eler plqi
an$. bat. photo ~ustrationa
The M S ay,
by W. blmnRt (ItA (1acaUlsn.
18t ppr: )5., A Da kmer, Beau
a VMerods c4rohie that is a
valuabtuauAtributiol to auto his-
tory. A e-lcltaW taIt tfor olId
car aS "J~rpn Sr frns. Photo
aud us 1idltraWUa.'
HAbok" of Uelf-Dif ,e, by
John Maartene (Grenberg, 111
page: fl.95). Tlh. lmlss of ex-
erflebe Ian afestr and most ef-
" ct4e fieatns of' apprehending,
e aarang, M-twurg crimlnais
e o m.MU-comprM">d in a
ar nuaL for polideu en. watchmen
a and guards. O Interest uad val-
*s ue also to the.ordinary house-
hold4r or detetlvq story E t
St' Different

S V CRIC u o fne the following
V i sm nkIlly d.ilerent from,
the etberg in a eril't respect:
S oo charcoal, coal, lime, coke?
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asl Sa"NO_ s .Who..e .SK

S9. The number ft ye that t frm wood

tsumber turned .a its M, r p tg pap or antes|
Ii resainJes two ad .ull. W- mpum a. m am presated In aypto.
L I Nllke t 116.05 T graphic form. That .a other letters have been sub-

a dl.- tic klS. Today~s quip:
-o~ qp M .6 Anub. hoIotsd

6. A .umabr whose outside
I. / can't get iside.
7. The nau A*r of women now
In C OAgress with digits reversed
I 6 i 9. it anape u aa tall, write
11. If taid h ati I "l in4; I-n writeO Wl
miles on al o & day. OW far 22 .1_ an -_*"r
c12 tred M. r ame. bu't ot with .
1'. ots -. A number whose IAlde
14. '8tars: ,B re- Blag* a er t o ude.
istWd; ro !'it or, -. !- S Nw. t -
16. A f who went on to- &Y. .m > NX T1.tret.
week diet ida that a hbe lost 10..gIttng ..l -
w day%.. *St- ? S. "
1. A bweketball temn. *.0s- 0M-. -9s my


JTO..t bwho ifves in the city,. is
J waitLg for a taS to take .hI
to eaqap. starting at the bottom
of thi iWae, where the arrow
points upward, sec how Jong it
will take him. to reach his des-
tiLation; Do not cross any lines.
H1. return trip begisl at the
top of the naxe. where the arrow
points down. Can you trace It?

Ploitsgapheru "Why do yew have all the Mg
plays t Inthe fret ranks aM d tAI al men la
im t ar "- ."
Corner "s*#'L Vb VPsoDL SJDi'. s
.'*ot ll41i 5 l
qjo. ol pmon q quaiiq *wp i *e;j*aun ql'.I.. smLeJ

"ACHi of the four team in a weeig-.d btueball
league played 15 games th etSa ta B
won two more games than team D ai modfo
gapies than team C, 'team. A won six move game
tluhan team C. How many games did mob ten wIn
S*and how many did sebh tream lowe?
pmt I 1tas1 lso PW eldo&am is" Pm i t L h A
O q soaml Jo aaqunmu q 041t .Mt .ao I ,. *fnbe
3 i -l fsm o we av u qi Smuin .M f L s" g
Wq .om we R *.s euIasaat u ut, Us||lelg
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9A Break -Word
S words appear
its aeleton cor
at% the tops
of the bloues at
S right virs a re

'A solve, oopy
a the letters

l \I\owmpt y spae \
\ .- bel ow
1 systarif -of tr.al
a r tor, 11 the
remahf blanks
7with letters to
^ l1t r leorin rt sort
words. Of course,
letters Iaserted
inu t, also be
C.Mt n placed in all
Spaoem of repec.-
A o a ""e vertical
"A. f row. t the cor-
"!owo"- .Vt1. 1. letters of the
ko ..word are dis
If as ""PClan n .bu
d I.ed y a. l. U .i lal .'. l rows Will
marks 9p hpult JfaP h' ot!, Words
do we dsItow'e hundred and : M.wr7 td sl, t i7
fttly pMss? i.. ....i Y. words, but it i
I"WauessusnMBgep p oo,...w njla" h6 many M O wm


A GOOD trick with which to
direct friends at a party
goes lie this:
A coin is shown to the audi -
ence and the performer, holding
it in his right band, throws a
handkerchlet over it. [ndividual
spectators are then asked to put
their lands beneath the handker
chief and feel the coin.
All will agree, of course, that
the coin toIs there, but when the.
performer removes the handker-
chief. the coin has mysteriousIiy
HOW It's done: A friend is,
needed to act as a confederate.
He is the last person among the
group to put his hand beneath
the handkerchief. As he dpoao g,
hd picks up the coin and repaovel
it, hidden between his thumb and -
The effect is very startling.

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Sosswo U/ith Wisdom rom t tkhe ie
^ ^ ^f 'S^ I- ^ - - - - ___ ^ _________- _ ^ ^ ^ ^ _

N; Mapsm. Shketr
l-WhaWi leh@ eighth book of
the Old Testament?
--Bird forbidden for food to
the laseiltes Lev. 11:15)
10-What'is the 1Sth book of the
Old 3itament?
1 -l-A ert.....
16-At whalbId Peter stand when
Taken to the high
7hn 18:16)
6W-Se fl Fpt rans

I; ti ospima ra wished to set the
.-" 5. ir ftm man up sa 1ng

4 ) thE blat kind of fetter% was
$. j;deltm'bound? i2 KL. T>)

.5--Spiritualistlc meeting.
63-GanoM a.
68-Debartment at France.
M-Sring forth.
72-S-ylvan deity.
72-Indefnite quantity.
1-Claudius com anded Jews
tUdepf fom what city?
2-Father of Bedan (1 Chr. 7:17)
S-Novj e (var.)
4.-She entertains guests

46-mlmen. 67-Thirteth book of the Old
47-Wea and a giSl. Ttament.
40--Mata ntmpbh. 6B-Gloom var.)
51-FOUZi.M 0f--Blan emperor.
-oDrts. 61-crowd.
5-0ua o! those to whom Gideon ff-rafits.
am meon Js4d 6:3) -To bu6nmingbird.
-in of Christ's Lst miracle 7-Draey.
(Jiotal :07-firmament.

from the longer ones.
qMj 01 U1ilqlgod iJe *PJqIa JSSo 1
.qIs| w oI i UoIJ ip qgi *a e.Iea|e
BIl *ua|oq '*pVlUq 'qwjure :meumey

It's Your Movew

T take White -ightly _logo
than uual to trea tjas no out
but that's because one ofa Blac.
piecs is s tranded on the out-
skirts. Whltei moving up tie
board, wU ins seven moves.

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SALT FROM THE SEA-Workers at Araure, Venezuela, bring wet salt from below the
surface of the sea to storage deposits on the shore. When the salt dries, it must,be brok-
en with picks to be bagged. Since Venezuela had no salt mines, .the government Was
forced to take it from the sea. Some 400 men on a 24-houtrpiece-work badls get the salt.


looking at h of one of the mo popular doll
looking at heads of one of the most popular dolls,

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modeled l' pkml* o stee**l maid cat made.

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the one with blonde braids.
EVEN though most little
girls think their dolls
come from Santa Claus, the
truth is that they probably
came from New York state,
where factories create, make,
dress and sell 70 per cent of
the doll population of the
United States. Some 300 firms
in the state are engaged in a
$100 million business. Dolls
made there can walk, talk,
cry, drink and be washed,
combed and dressed in spe-
cially-designed clothes. The
industry conducts an annual
Toy Fair that attracts 14.000
buyers to New York City.
Experts believe that 1955 will
be a record year for the in-
dustry. One of the reasons for
this is that doll makers have
been able to modify the sea-
sonal nature of the trade. For-
merly, Christmas accounted
for 90 per cent of the year's
business, but now non-Christ-
mas trade takes 30 per cent
of the sales while December
is expected to be a bigger
month than ever before.

,. SIe Feature. 9i.

NO, IT'S NOT REALLY ONE--We mean that this isn't a flying saucer from Mars, but
it's a model made by the Royal Air Force for White City, England, Tattoo, an annual
searchlight display of Britain's armed forces. Two "Martians" will alight from saucer.

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A M YY IN DE Doris, the zebra pt the Helsinki, Finland. zoo, poses unconcern-,
edl.agjinsta br wall that matches her diagonal stripes against horizontal stripes
made. ty mar between bricks. This proves, probably, novel pbptos are anywhere.

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Abrk Fliers Learn To Walk Home

DI'SOR NOTKE: The you n'g "I'll ride one of your machines. to phase, shelter a ',
Man t off his motoreyele in Pa- Panama if yoU'll lend it to me)" becomes a major npn..
on a rain ay July Later he told about the propos- Let, us Sfollw a icl ass
Srealzed a two -year ed trip to a friend, who bad ,just through the trii We
graduated with degree In geo- At seven o'clock 4a mrn-r
to the day, twoyexars be- ph.y, ad inqpired If he "woul ing the class o -IIh r Um en-p
.Morgan Smith had come to "go, along? lots aii crew m ep.q-ptct in
ma for therlirst t a as The Pertm t of nthropqlo the classrooms w earer giv
director ofp arceolog- gy of Flotda State University a- en a brief .nr 0op t the
etlhnobota al Weditipn greed t lend field e pmet)t and course a are spwn a movie on
1Departmeatof An ropolo- give techleal assistat'e. Oii Dec. survival at sea,
eorlda-, Stae Unersity,' 6, 1953; after. montb,,of planning, After the mo*e, tw,, class is
'b emace. etoi. "' .letter Writin band flking, t wo turned pver, to WO auaude
1itlh two t. between, he motoreycles 0adede to almo sat )rake, commander, C si Res-
baId aeiy ,~ Anthro- Ithree.times their own weight let cue Boat Flight, R man..
,0ol0 atVru. had Talluhassee, Florida, q. a t r eIt From Redman, the 'i are tak-
THE YOUNG MAk GOT OFF his motorcycle li Paasam city;.. .I a oa thr Central merica. Pe..2.e to aoh.b oat.
on a rainy AAy In July 19., and. realized a two-year dell- ,.an... ..he..arrivid in Panama.-They stay belo*-deck until a
Amttte t yas"t a.'..Mort than ever, he waitedd to stay. predetermined po ,Ot reached.
const to ana t yrfor tefii ue, as e orga d mir -".. In the country that had eaptivat- Upon signal they c"me topside
archaeologicaloand fethnoe tanicalh U expedition for t 'hw A 'iiUv'eS years, !ed him two years before, to co- pad attempt to determine without
apartment of Anthropology of Florida State University, Ta however, the desire to return to tinue his botanical and anthropo- instruments their location and the
lahassee, Florida. Pictured above are Smith and H. Robin Mills.' Panama continued to burn. logical research. It was evident direction to the nearest land.
Official USAF Photo. It was while he was in Panama that the would have to find a job, The crash boat proceeds In the
in 1952, doing work at an archaeo- if he were to remain. direction chosen by the class until
logical site on Upper, Madden Then his mind went back to they sight a suitable landing
Lake, that he met a group of men that day in 1952, and to the sug- beach, provided some onl in the
who were taking part in an Air gestion that the get a job with the group has picked out the right
Force j u n g I e survival training Air Force. If there was a need course.
course for his knowledge of natural his- The entire class then goes over
After talking with them, he dis- tory then, why not now? the side lntd rubber lifeboats and
coVered that the course apparent- You will find him these days makes a beach landing, often
ked_ one very vital phase-- -training officer in .jungle survi- through six-foot breakers.
the retOgnition of tro- val-at his desk *in the personal On the beach at last, they "en-
Sand trees. equipment section, Albrook Air joy" a lunch of survival rations
the group s o m e Force Base. and listen to a lecture on the psy-
ohl ldeal flora, hie con- Or, more than likely, s o m e chologice) and physiological ef-
the the necessity place in the jungle between the fects of survival on the ocean.
lit t" '.to successful Panama Canal and the Columbia The psychological, aspect is ve-
,and s suggested that border, with an Air Force survlv- ry important when 'hungry men on
.' JobA the I Force. al training class. little or a6 rations are cramped to-.
Sl" ugges- getlher on a small' rubber raft
t.430ee la ., passing, By H. MORGAN SMITH drifting at sea..
and then retu Florida State Training officer in Jungle str- After lunch, e.et u r e s, they
University to bid studies, vival, personal equipment see- launch the rafts, sometimes hav-
Mb4the dream theidetermina- tiSion, Albrook. ing to make six or seven unsuc-
tin to eturn t anamA stayed lcessful launching attempts before
with him. But, how to get there?I I was employed by the United they are clear ofa the surf.
Early in 1953 he was talking States Air Force last November Once utceessfully at sea again,
With a friend, a motorcycle dis- 1954 to develop, implement and 6- they row Lo the crash boat and re-
tributor for a German machine operate a survival training pr o- turn to Albrook.
TOE ENTIRE CLASS then goes over the Se Iat. rubber new to the UnitP.4 States and gram appropriate to the area On the second mo n in g, the
lifeboats and makes a beach landing, often thugh six-fout more or le"ss jokingly, remarked, flown over by personnel operating elass assembles .-hWsmall arms
breakers, (OffielaS USAFb e from Albrook, Air Force Base. range for praclic rig of surviv-
.- .... ,. ... ... This may seem to be an easy al Weaponsa a, al flares.
.- .- .- : task, but let us look at the various There have o stances when
L-types of terrain---ocean, jung i enlost their iV4K:becapse they
'," '" '" and mountain, desert that a i r Were not familiar @h. ,the wea-
S men from Albrook are called up- Pams (short. barrel l .o-er-under
.:4 -, on to fly over daily. 1.'410 rifle) and thft were not
.. ..#" ..<.... .v -4 "-. By no means unimpressive, l 'able to se~re food,
most arctic conditions are enco. And in many _tr stances,
tered by Albrook airmen in t rescue was delayed, tn result-
lofty Andes mountains of S o u tbing in permanent because
'America. men in a state of'sjaoek.Were not
The present week-long training* *rained to automatically use sig-
classes place particular stress 'mnal flares.
Ocean and jungle conditions, coy- The hand-held flares. Ave off a
ering all major phases of surviy voluminous orange-ied smoke for
al. daytime ignallg and s bright
The first phase of the course is red flame for ight use. 'They- can
life saving, and starts at the m i quite fright e ng .th umini-
ment an in-flight emergency e' ited. .
curs. -The weapcs demonstration is
Under simulated conditions] P* IWed by a.brief le utre on lo-
sengers and crew are alerted plants at the model eamp set
prepare for bailout, orash ladin .at the range by the. men of
or an ocean ditching. -personal equipment Aection of
The second phase, signallig bo ..
begins when all persons involved In the afterpoou 'f iIt second
are standing safely on land or day, there s a mQvie on jungle
floating safely at sea. The imme- Rtrhval aW an illustrated lecture
diately prepare signalling devices on poisonous and useful plants,
to notify other aircraft or ships in animals and fishes of the tropical
the area. regions of Central and South A-
In the event an extended eurviv- merica.
al episode is apparent, the third Every man becomes familiar

RESCUE WAS DELAYED, OFTEN RESULTING in permanent injuries, because men in a
*tate of shock were nottrained to automatically use signal flares. (Official USAF Photo)

Jungle Survival at his desk in the Personal Equipment
Section, Albrook Air Force Base Canal Zone, or, more than
likely some place in the juigle between the Panama Canal
-- THEY STAY BELOW DECK UNTIL A PREDETERMINED POIN7 |s reached and upon and the Colombia border w'th an Atr Force survival training
i -d e mnih e topside and attempt to determine without Ofciaal Sd :Plaos.
1tV ireciij a the nearest land. (Official USAF Photo) Official USAF Photo.


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wvui the "feel" of a snake by all members of the group n d
g n boa constrictor their equip ent were clear of the
tealf fttld Value of any snake h The pilne then left them, and
1ay7e tiuiter, the men wTre given a map mcak-
He" Iartli, fo Instance, that the ed wfth the objective for the day
' l-iin, p6tato-ike Yuca. 01* -a spot vhere they were to pitch
th ^ .vfr ood and safe food camp and remain until Friday.
wn*ht ad, ay be deadly if| First of all, thcy 'Bpeeked their
eatend w .omf d growing wild in sigialling equilpmeni" to be sure It
parts dO 6 Ameica. (was handy -and ready ,for inme-
;ea.'Uund under the above date use, then they sef aEPre
eopdition may contain hydrocya- and headed for the nearest tWal
aic acitr, d adly oJon. which would ta&Q them to 0th6
Before te second day i over rdesl'nated point. "
equipment is issuedtfor the fiunle They spent the st two hours
trek whtic will start the trail-breaking through ~mne of thd
tnornlg.. oughest vegetation the trophies
The equipment usid by ie st -,has to otter-vlne-entangled, see-t
dents is considerably less t h k ohd-grgwth scrub.
that contained survtvl kits a. In is second growth terrain
. board 1a. USAF aircraft. there is no overhead eaopy of
. It consists of 4 jungle hammock, shade to orotect men froiti e re-
machete and file; first aid kit; lentless tropical sun. Every breath
can of rations, containing concen- seems to contain 90 percent water
treated jelly bars, coffee, tea, vita- and every step seems unhill.
min pills and water purification It has been said, at this point
tablets; insect repellent; fir e- men begin t. lose any excess fit-
starting tabs; a canteen; a ,ellow ty tissue they may have accumu-
and blue signal panel; and a sur- ate
vival manual. Aftl r about two rigorous hoerq,
Instead of the regulation knap-, the broke into a comparatively
sack, a "motete," Or large native eVel grassy area and found a
basket,'Is provided. trail. -
Two compasses and one weapo, By this time. they had establish-
fTwoe two m. .eare also given ed the pace, which, in a survival
to the class "roun, is he rate the slowest mah
At seven o'clock of the third can travel.
morning, the class boards a C-47
aircraft sld flies to the training Men, especially the lnexpein
area selected-for that week. e, can not hurry in the tropical
Let us follow along on -the ac-, iu,'?4 .
tuai trip made by the latest train. At te first river me st-
t clasbs ed for a hlf hour, replenished their
'he plane flew to an abandoned water supply, and attempted ,to
air "rip near Madden Lake. catch fish.
in 30 seconds after landing, I Soon after leaving the ri ve r,
they encountered a native farmer
and bartered with him for bana-
nas and sugarcane.
They are encouraged to do this,
with no help from the instructor,
for in an actual survival episode
Proper contact with native peo-
ple can mean life or death, in
some cases.
Beyond the farm, the route fol-
lowed a sometimes rocky and slip-
pery trail-up and down hill and
up again-through scrub-growth,
and finally entered the tropical
rain forest.
Panama affords an excellent
training ground for survival, as
it has some of the world's fin-
eat rain forests.
The instructor continually urges
the men to try various fruits and
plants, and cautions against oth-
Contrary to popular belief, thM
juigle is not full of delicious ed-
ble fruits, but neither are poison-
ous plants predominant.
The jungle is not to be feared,
but it should be respected.
It was cooler under the jungle
canopy, but there were more fr6.
quent stops for the rest, patehlng
scratches and very important o
rlentation using the map and corn-
pass. -
The men marvelled at the hin-
mensity of some trees, especially
the mahogany and espave, and at
the orchids and other exotic tro-
training classes- place particular These things, too, can be impor-
stress on ocean and jungle; con- tant to survival. Keeping a man's
editions, covering all major phas- mind occupied with something
es of survival. The first phae of other than the fact that h is mile
the course its 'life saving and from tie nearest civilization will
startA at the moment, n hilp hmwork and think obre ef-
flight emergency occurs. Herd ani ficiently.
airman learns how to come off The men collected palm fruit
his parachute harness while and began to eye an occasional
hanging from trees.
(Official USAF Photo) (Contpued on Page g)

51'VER'Y MAN BECOMES FAMILIAR with the 'feel" of a snake
-by handling a young boa constrictor named Orville--and
learns the potential food value of any snake he may en-
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T"E PLANE LEFT TE i, and the men we re given a map marked with the objective .or
the day-, s ot where they2te. to pitch camp and remain until Friday. First of 11, they
cheeked theie sIm glitijqulpmnBt to le sure it was handy and ready for immediate use; then
they set a course and headed for the nearest tha i which would take them to the designated
point. .- (Official US4F Photo)

TWO HOURS trail-breakfng through some of the roughest veieta-
Ine-entangled, second-growth scrub. (Official USAF Photo)
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TREE TVUWONWu a I em-th gh the e e ter e come to know many things. The
commander of A Air re Base, Col. John W. Oberdorf, is shown (fourth from left pic-
tured above) with officers and airmen of the base following return Irom a recent week-long
Jungle trek. (Official USAF Photo)

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Grave atier steamers salute with formal dip
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at the four oormom of the deep
bulging, where blue isrblue-forevormore
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t o A I a'lI, u li.s. w h o la te r b e c a m e
ISg <3meitte a ov L hitOovor of 11ew York and a W& e v vot cam a
o poltlB to fb i preme .Cour. Justice, having re- nommhlon, J-epInigan
f i oan. t d to ru. against Wilko i were eo anxious n
oW.I to 100-. a .tip ,s awe .Ic ,.i-. tcuse or. .e seri;ousneas new cabinet rlesar of
Ical Ate a r a few al the air neo scandals, Wilson record, that nIone vote co
Smea gaUlled upO tppor ted is own opooet, als uitte agiat .
.r t nonf "gaest tp tepblican of at period, to fatver TnneBe
of arm$lnvediga" them.. 'pLat y lot
go one. 'ddelse mnincntothe at
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baisrAdoerfathe-. ou Jatas.WiVV profe.r coimpany lor 0 "om..ii, t To
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that vermbIer a *19 8 tag. later Vice 1'resld cf .Gen- nfl"t
thiat B-Weyip.st resident a ereral hotor"; and ward A. not ove a* actr
at. Deeds, beach. of Delo Battery and I man ii Ati.
with becaine a general nMotorc Deedsalh his am-p .
Talbott bawpe. to be a keabl subsidiary. er. now Secretary of the AL-
dynande, ro gh. mn' tOmbloe ughes In his report charged Force, on May 24 1817. "Era
spark-,plUgh hasa made. 4 du-,Itbem with "conduct of q-re..- Kuhns kuiowr hb ameH. .a iA
sid oen ouiN 1p .e -r ForeE hbfnsible character," but sid besarhl rto sp9aut
andL especia ir Bbcr acad9 opti .nt be .pwsoae ^ue rI0r gS agto4g
eay at'Cqlorador Sprbgs. 1 existing law. .Bfat he went: on to -0
But he alpo baules fto belong recommend a. eourt artial for fr e g e .. "Ae pot- is the
to a little rot,.._, helped ..oun'LE. A. _Deeds 44dIr form,. Mart- At v o w -
the Genera Motore empire and user 2 be mdaon
w.' made a fortune out of alr- Deeds had been made- a Colonel i e
planes tht 'never Bew-in World in the Army in charge l wAir- wi i.
War I. craft procu nmelit from wahi. fi eed even gave Talbot rit-
. JEe was not.. a man aIkesould .. he proceeded, accorJ- ly e.Miaential ti ln e
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comipelt" on m eve- t- The ag W I . 'w"_
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could stl beat many private pOU: mUn Aiams, is revealed to have
itclat inlsvrred 0 -the, proeangs

[e t l *fzts b-the aupho to lndepoll mfe q. a si'r, _eas, Go us:, L h .da ,ook at the R ecord: Hoover, name r o. Lovely Lo a Co lier (The e
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o i rt re e ba tol @ TestHnt Wtheru inote: Only 141 day
with b ae om ne itd r thelevao isat t hem Q thor rbak buthber.

n- pt a To. ea tu the Preidn o.e Sr- eyrhs a the Ha. Anyone Me =oned: Anbs-
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Spea s d and owe attraction cor oud be e first to cheer ad oh w heoAmer

hoet bhyfael of casting meeal-ne ero th is e2ep hant trap in fit I with ss Barke. OhMbana Oh
....First .osto . a. d ... ."d __.--- "lod el oates (hat under lh a edora ureau of vestg on dot oben was t only Amrin ,
m p- -"dp0 was the rule. Any easino -o.--.- THe pr.t t. .
oitor who got put of line by of-k Last Laugh Best Laugh: Hope .
pti nffe more suddenly wished he Hampton is heading a syndicate The Biz There's No Biz Like: -

wit private ws tpr anbera of the same syndicate eara ago.and she's onee fArgot eres thytog, hr. Layor. Mwhy
Sh a di Ta- not Lou as "entertainment Gana-
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In a D artoment o fs Diharmony: ,m the Bstrs of the present who in the role of a fiddle-playing fight.
Frriction between producer' Milton got there because N.T.G. held er in a Miami production named
arlng and rector Otto Prem- h em when they needed elp pit puO "Tthe Maky Way"'
ler over "The Billy Mitchel d pat.
SCemt. t a sete Good, Neighbor we: ight

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Arthur Murray teacher. Well he tm he's got c. f. Bob Neal grist way out of reason, but the
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snake orat lisard with the thought gre nIans, a few earn of
of 'food on the table" )PUz i'h .*two p90aff eftm
Shortly, they tured down a a .unting tip. to V palmWheS
trail toward the ound of rn. an othr edible frit and o
nig water, and came upon a beau-lia .
S.l ea -running river wifi.tlh g prt cotZew were birfs, .
abounding.. gunop,' d ,'a. i all rlosfed
On crossing the river, t h e y over glowing oals.
found a native dugout pulled up .The mn practiced with sipkal
on the river bank. After they once mirrors-a-small mirror with a
more had determined their posi-,hole in the colter for sighting.-
tion, they were jubilant to f i n d Tbis appeftly gimpipintrum nt
that they had arrived at the des- ama -po le-betUM thedr
Ignated point. fi Xleul e Iio- f -taCUrate*.
After doffing their packs whichI They madjiandjset various traps
by. now seemed to weig h 50 and snares and learned to ree-
pounds each, they soaked tired ognize game trils and favorite
and aching feet in the cool wa- feeding places or animals.
ter.n I They learned to recoQnize bala'
Then one party was sent down- trees tfor asking raftsl, e ma
stream, ne upstream and an- grass for te. mangos.' eashe,
other followed the trail. and maey otr.t cal fruits..
All were to report back within On Frid eame time
80 minutes, or when a suitable for a decs t h e at-
camp site was located. termpt the walk back ~t-
The remaining men tried their fot a redYOusawth the aircraft,
hand at washing |or i.t-4. thy. eontat their ca-,
A native of the area was con ueo fr 1d and try for a boat
tacie" by the "trail party" and acrg Maddtle LUke.' ; i
Magly consented when asked for w Lrtt wav*dcided uine by
tllnu of his cayuco the udents.
,. Assl. he showed jbt frMend- AS t instructor, I wV pr nt
Unq of people all over the area Iat all timo, but did not ee
by. dropping his pack and giving The elase must make ittowar de-
A- possible assistance. calons and get back the best way
Twq df the men accompanied it can. n eb b
him naow.stream through rapids ..Raing deelded to find a.cyuo"
to search for a camp site near the to 'ake o they aer
river, but on high enough groped the av. t.o t eeper water of
fpr protection from the f ash Maadmn l ak wh!re they manage .
floods so frequent during the ral- ed to secure a yco r te reo.
ny easo. turn trip to Madden Dam-
A good location was selected and Froe thee, th4 grimy, 1 tired.
one ma re nined to tart Mak-l and sole i-en were returned, to
ing a clearing while te ca~ey c h Ahlbrqok by track.
man and one member of the class nThe class has been a success,
ret4ned upstream for the rest and all the students who- have
of the group. been through the course have
It a., while they were pushing come to know may things.
and poling the cs.yuco back up the TI realize that they eas not
treacherous rapids that "It" hit- hurry through trial e rain f4o1
o a torrential downpour like a wa- eat -they know that protetion
terfall moving across the green frof fanct pests and an u
velvet jungle. I rains, complete fa ar
The men struggled with their with equipment and
packs as the whole world seemed nroqeu ", can me"-* l
to turn into water. As ,one man',ce aistween suete r I
commented-"I was standing 8n M episode where the e rew
the riverbank comparatively dry and passengers of an ,iTt l- d
when all of a suddel I realized turn unscathed, or a t m hh
that I was standing in an ankle- there 76 no return.
deep stream where t ere had I e -,qi t a new surirel clas1
been none five minutes before!" through this course every w9
In spite of the rain, all. men ,tan. Atbrook.
were safely transported do w n- Throughout the Unit948 tat' O.
stream, the only casualties beLig Air e emphasis U being -
several painful hornet stings. j ed a o -mem whos e srv
rain then settled down toa m d, i rather than on the
stea1/ downpour. itself.
Camp was set up and a fire A me r equipM is a"
started to dry out wet clothe d. ai etoa person el allnvd a
For. the first meal, the ratiUon MF aircraft-equlpm th
cans were opened. The menu was d eable au l ersss to rettru *
two Jelly candy bars and a vi(- sa vi
ma pill. After the nutrtious b etcre
Ardl ample *eAl, two n went toe
g 10 ?tins ndsretafled wit'h two
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It councu tl BmakM de. td
setcts of the n & treaty the
. pe rise akoul4. u e# rown1

Reds fat utter- at Panmunjom i n this effort t 7 sie s 1dual lea of Of
"10046 f T ed prisoner we held nti.- bauqigVlSrtbtrb i s about WO loeal-ra a
t p kand we t back..-'
e e i long they winl nake a s.lae s -rater w wlo

,-,>, el otefaa thekKndi and the a mnt

wm m- i o e B_ m-.. itter t t*Was mg-ar l o.at sauaait. 6B rhe fu
impth srvce. .'-- s a
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.. .~elr u.e 1bght wirth lh 1m boaut to do the tmtd be Next day Pr t Are and his
before It adJomeftpe cabinet voted asmnd a I r so,-
DI0,.them .but there .a p ssiblty he 375 or salaries and supplies for rest of the year.
Say ve a f- ew.0 _.-r t.
.', d mer to The Jindfmi 6;*vemral head of a horse in a gar-
hMr SP <.left kWave of 'hfhtIe ehlso awee a aer tin Publc Market Pa P* Caus-
hirom weekendL~. restsd housewives to- rerein frcavbyto n e d
a aorne. said one t of he ttan that tem r hne.v w be ge a ours e olmonrea a'
0.1cMOn n whtbert. r. raun. ah t a. gaM nr' 'QMuicoaost.
^ou aoft- -&- aresulat of the ind, and the Department of tiPubl
1S o0 pysician anneoued that Mr. ,afth dispel the rumor when the faew were
,- A in bpttr condition1 tho the Taverag _. ..ht et.
f otto y "fadrm, Mr. lseDoluwer plans to Teheed bahds beB severed fotm a sick and half-
le. ulbou m oAugust 14td1u tOr a longer va- blind horse hat had been *t at. the Incinertion
4181 dumpatier hPamamklandthenb lhadrMenreitti
I.4n^hinz~ff~rtUP fotae.elng boats. oy the Department of Animal eltloct pear thy
iNS ,.,. ^ An employs who lai been lM to return the head
in, ly tew^',,iWMr said it.i iot a formal toWte4ump biAS? threwJt,. Anetgtb.. can.
St a w o e where It was I foi by a wscavetr.
SI. -n the uast we have 0 -
oh er from weekend. torm Balk vaccine sh4.t were lgive to Canal sZom and
wit.out off.for a oiber children, in LiAt and second grade classeswho
was ; ut, adoi mio et lAf week's program. or were not ,else tso
,,.wo Irtamid..5 andab-out r aster 1. em n lul- the f.ree 14oi.atton o Te isame
u e. -m md about mes ea of .h e was ber carried l for CZ. Latin A,
g oWSaRt aost due wett at for- erican choose ateuring e e.o t
s ea .w.. a no eu, AntAher shipping accident kept waterfrmat workmen
a the~ a p ibe season W" bard ren ered y or N g-tg a
b OlP4 1 t**a oloa d 1tn tay term anhr wa d se111104 tov
Mf.- ,,I,: -- nwtiua lnCuba, 6Da. ma and. la.se'hole _I _ts..e .-, ThU- 1843-ton irp weeoo ,
ofou batlltn otS Outheafstern UnitedStat esx a oa olft r of luntbr, and war bound foir
:h'oherp the *asrtAtohurricane ah i iae- St uth Afrta. e l4'ge steel $ho was welded cote the
" p-w.-- . a ww of the sTp.
Crde be airway pv#.r Chicaegl .e -- 0 -h-
eLt S a -lrIgnaruowly avertedl disaster at The Canal Co. announced It will soon seek bids for
b e e owner ed W Northu t eontsacts tl er a million dollars for conver-
A -? -Lcoming101 ao lenR1di bt ItcrashS' nbt all traZequipmenton the Atlanthc side
hea r aW lI Z In ADe OBcav e to a sto p In the street. om 25 to s cyei e current.
eBut ne e bhe Polwood w Inured. n District ou t this week, three Panamanian bur-
Wer Zebagan, Olwoa tiab ai force h ean eodlldeO glars received petitenUaly terms. another was sent to
of the_' balht plet imed One Balboa jail for four months, and two got off with
Sar Mana was inreu peded sentences.
_he_ _other pilot was able to bring his damaged jet' the three, Ivan Jerome, Who was op vrobatlpn
back to WnrIgt-Patterson Air Force Base f.. for a previous b' rglary just four. mont s ago. wat
0 given.a two-year sentence. The other two.llo. s Aten-
Came.- dr.' o' eI and BenIgRo Vluei0, e0h 1e.elvea One year terms
a e &aiu.lian danCer ane singer, died suddenly of to serve.
Shear ata1 In her Beverly H lshome at theage f 'o. i i t zooy a
r 41. 'restang t by a Ca]
She had been back in Ho only one week 11-lam Gordon, an 18-year-old youth who Pled -1itl
an en ement in Haeees. after was sentenced to spend four months in fle oa
e -Hvs husbandamn--ader- aln .. whProducer .
David Sbasnin aid MiSs Miranda was dancin I sentence. Judge Guthrie F.' Crowe point-
d sninn n.thtr Beverly Hi11i home before he kiss- ed out tat arregnese-n _are entitled to the com-
altaaQ= 9201 'L^that a Wan Weg$
bar ----iM ....._-- gc ni ",Sr.riiw.tr *iW revLonet e -ret by force,. On
Only Friay n-ght she completed a filmed televi- a second charge o burglary, Gordon wa given a two-
lion show. .... v- year sentence sumpended for a period of five years.
Mi- Miranda became. If the W or her Suspended steuncts were also given a San Bias In-
hats n.Ct' 11 M a spectacuar aian, -'Umrepto n ., 17, and Walter. S. Ford, 20.
a- wJ ft ius-t. Roth w oe'chargeds* M- burglary..

Been-ow-brn in as 4 Jr.. Of hmilton, Ohio, has The first nontlhin the nhw fiscal year opened with
S President -se&-- u.. de.ese a baoo as new record for Canal transits, of 727 ships,
bS S^ .e -i---. e, oorU in efd was frore or the months of July.,
o f b i an w ""pcM7 M,, .*W are now a -, -- o--
S AilJi..&gnSw A tr N3W 1 f1 An AZwkeauria wuq of
'-_.q wS -mt uni S.. mod_ m wlt abfse by aeF-d e e kte. tit,-.nhe a rook

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,WW .wpet s m, grm geum --asequme" .m-.- ,.

race drivers. i l program the
-c- A,-t -.aso m
Thee t a 4i$t... ,0of'+ their

n*"_9* .ite Meniek ahd e bobby ..

___ ^tq! "!& ^ e mrnatIoJ tour ing ,

VMrlU a awa lt esee of a Iforth'manager
-'Oterley Bauer who says he will tetify... but ,.
not about matters concerning the Guild: The corn-
Smission opened Ito JnvsPtigon of the GOsibd last May.
SYouth whldn a k hd Itover age'd
a S Bigelht inS uelavyweiglht ight

sn s-an Tie lt unanlmous deiewon
TJe i p ta oegheLl etL and three quarter to
CIari*1 i1 oeihd half, landed long left Jabs on
Chadr=e almb t at will. szard, wno once held the
heavy title, hurt Tommy several time, but was un-
able to keep an attack going jong.
BeMore the fight, there had been speculation pharles
would quit if he loot. However, the former champ
Scotchld that Idea right away in hib dressing room,
Charles said hell keep fighting.. and would like an-
other chance with Jackson.
The of the president of the LittlLee League Baseball Organ-
iatlopn says hir hadrs Are tied as far as racial dis-
crimuatlon as concerned .
ls..tqaw rwsmo ut of a situate in h south -
arl y I i white teams withdrew from' the
state-wide tourney WedDneday betauee a Negro team
was ntereU Litt. League President Peter McOdW em
says no winner for South Carolina would be aOo
o participate in th regional fins at R e Georgia
MeOovern &ays "If we put that colored team in i
Rome dWe would 5is'doubtedly bring the house down.
No children Sa that age should be subject to dhat sort
f conditionL" -
ciovern _speang at WllUismsport, Pemnsylvaia, -
ays oma ny-whte tans uIn South Carolina had written
him that outside pressure forced them to withdraw.
According t MeOovert, many white teams Would have
beeh wH lng topley t e Netro team except for -the
pressure. '
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Another reaction' comes from St. Albans, Vermnont.
PresideAtt Won Hill of the St. Albans Kiwanis Club
Tays he 6wil strongly oppose his town's particdption
S ihe Little Leaue Undr wbat he caul"Willamsport
HllJ threatens to withdraw the St. Albpn League
from tle Nat)onal oraizuati.n unless Impmediate steps
r tk -- a Htlas puts It --,'reUtfythe situation
of racial p0ejudlee In th Carolina."
McOoVern says be has pot heard from HRill offtsclal-
ly and adds "The only thing we ca. go by are the
MciOvetn says there is a movement underway In
South Carolina to set up tournaments outside Little
League organization. He says "If they play those
tournaments It would be in violation of Little League-
rules. They would be In a posn a position to lose their fran-
0 -
Slugger Te WilUnas i fighting mad the Detroit
Tigers have comr up with a new fielding device a-
gainst iim
Ted felt the Williams shft'was bad enough, But
now the T'jers have Invented 'something Ted calls
Abe "shortstop wiggle." Wlelams and his team-mates
becaWe angry bSurnLay when Detroit shortstop Harvey
Snn began dasLtf back n d forth.
Wlam. says "When somebody's moving around
out there like that, you cant help seeing him. Why do
theyaive to do that to mer
. Kiuir. epaes "I wns movInt with the pitlh...
a" I moved to where I thought Williams would hit.'
Red SOx manager Mike Higgens said he'd protest
she game if Kuenn moved gain. Umpire Ed Romnmell
sid he couldn't do anything abont It, but even so,
Kum .eventually, settled down.
The Los Ageles Rams hae traded offensive tackle
TO D to the, Green BaPakera. In return, the
'Rim *^Q, e1 attMend and an un-
dip drift ehw4. Dhm t haVe been
rgt i" pt four years the m a. ona Fotball

'i-ar A alfbwIA m l tSeClendoi and end
PlOW A"n... Reeke end -I Weedsuam of Yale has
|oti O ft Crftu i 'tler being discharged 7
S t,.a rkne W nton Redskebns .wp u.,-
day In an. exhibition against San :...
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