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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00834
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aid to. The Sttent went on: trm nd that he i deter p protect the Poles and C hs e b including two in flooded cel
cayu andb rs "otta ull ls t sdclt mined to recover South Korean m6ans to honor its obligation. ^ ^,^ lar I om e F id rw Jl
Scm e aessIess ini=ifcance since the lel now held by the Communists. L, a|, In g i O-'" Fo r l dT
gt and g reded reaction Soviet %gwet have .not re- .akis.daIS 11 r- e d wentcarpl unged Ino -lood o -- .
to ce ow announcement, sealed te engtl.of their armed The 80-year-old Korean leader creek after crash. 0 ,
t toesnU I- forces. gav hs b.uonagrato ainstn OS KMark ATmsah o Nav Auig- NEW YORK, Auag. 13 (oUP) -Th3 soggy ndTOL
that the Unit- wd emo sra against Co The Mnte States Ts. auyap0
Sta eelved 'no o- 'The are estimated at some munist members of truce tnspec e killed in raswinds of once-mi rricane h ssed etr
oever fr the l e oInV n the W t f the r ate kh For e O p n ton road to espestpo m New York and two adjoining states today, kno k
et the Amer-c a id rso The wa t ste of th ave him a soemn p.romiset a ye~ar t of Pan- SzIR PERCY SPhNDEa PHILADELPHIA Two drown-. railroad service, disruptingn communications, p f
*'Generally speaking, it could be British-a for es was reduced ama city 1 uietly observing to- ed when cak* plunged into Del a- homes and businesses, and killing at least 30 perweas .,
kopnotdl- windar e Riover.c Damages frm hrcodeanU l andhnidtsbfgoonfap
e ncoura~uing Md -bly m aa under 1,000,- rhee in an edusive interview day tIheeigth a versar of Nsrawar r Domages from a record mll and tides from
a-mamet subcommittee ta sse s* t a t werte Clasg to atmamun ireat Brita n. IA sl mide "bytleComns t .WAS HIN ta Nu- Fuw
btae t, mount" in e w Te ,aw s n M Gear o rea a nd told the Uanited A Tew ires. have been plan- Here Tomorrow Hi h ch ud OOl ss of di ovnarl were to
auto t Spker this Lun- forcer. tage his blessing to the nation- 14
tYork hit concluded. Bitl DvIs, six U. dl,-States not to repeat "nthe ftake n y different Pakistani rest- Th w h had rd l .nl
Saaa.d I it made in t g oing thensbut dno public receptio"On UfficBal Vasit ravi THogeiAher rY wh'L ? ad out e almost uncsasn it
cryatl, bw compared ut d communIst are "leno g held. Vl 6t76a' m at Dri I memer ofy tred otal l reaklr ad1 an ol atm-
everi .,1ie $fn U h i n_" i t He. tack us." Be .told of the Red u- A Pakistan da message from an ra nc kedral rmi ro.* snel in mi-towt Maniattn .
p aulgteyn n AN-W. i to s e i legal mltary buildup it he north. Ambassador Sye AmadAll to Australia Ambas&anor to the BUFFALO, N. Y. -(UP)- Stu- Grand central termil in m iow Manhattan -.
1 5. air, mey .the 5 t AmerIean trop strength un-. the United States received by Unitea States, .r Percy Claude dents at Hutchinson-Central Tch. Trains of the Nw York iCentral and the New YT
pie. hat" a a trop dter ,.w. Sout K or ean demonstrators local TPakistani reads: bpender, arrive in Panama nical High School are building an New Haven and Hartford terminate at Grand Central
ae B They sal t er -ter were beaten back in three new ..Arsalam-o-Alaikum, early tomorrow morning iw me electro-magnetic computer, more n u e a r
ura UO' way Unid f a- -rn attempts to storm U.S. compounds course oz a goodwuil our 01o L- commonly known as an "electron- service was restored about 11 gale force in its erratic
S"to t heek or a today. A shot time later President "Today Pakistan has complet- in America. ic brain. a n after an nterrrution o an met northward inside t
verfy" a tw a "- Rhee postponed the m ida nig h t eight years as an independent He wil leave Tuesday or Cos- Aaron L. Buchman, a mathemat. hour. Mot of the delayed trains he e big e
Informantsnce that the MOe l deadline for the ouster of neutral country. It is with feelings of ta Ritca. ics teacher at Hutchinson, is dl- were carrying commuters from the howler mas ur ans
cow announement was pall.eled fl I| l u nations truce supervisors from gratitude to Almighty and hum- During his brief stay in Pan- reciting the construction of the adjoining New York counties and three-masted schooner
,jiy t romanian aw noucementthat c this country. ble pride in our achievements ama, bpenoer wiu be an oicial brain. He has studied the develop- lower Connecticut. pake Bay, leaving least
So et troops would remain there f I.-, ( during this short span that I ouesf of the government. iner meant of computers since the first The torrential rain that had d rsons drowned d fear '
itl U.8. forces pull out of Eu- a I ie Two hours before the mnidnl ht greet" y countrymen in the w ei be a bulHet tomorrow mL commercial machine was pro- falln on New York metropolitan
mark set by the Republie uf o united States and other neigh- a the b,1ian 'muassy. duced 12 years ago. Funds were are since Thursday ght ended ash floods, power ,
tdn btniounlVtt hav opelyde- Unt89d at e rse satfai ..._. hurk..
.ini t haveti ofenlyde- Before leaving taIsthmus rea government for the Commu- born countries. Spender was born n 1897 at appropriated by the board of edu- shortly before noon. The weather fallen trees, and other
A.lang d of the Nye ora th iason, 1 t week re c i zone nist truce inspectors to leae,' a fttn occasion to yney. After a career prcpl- caon for the 'brai." whh s B exp r skies Sun were rered iVr
A en T r a y OrgaoUm i on," MaL. ta, Her- Rhee announced that he was post remid ourselves of our debt to ty devoted to law and economic. expected to cost about $1,000ec. da land, C ware ieew er
t eshd ..S. tr ocmA- s" conY-a each zoning the deadline "for several the beloved founder of our coun- at the University of Sydney he "There wil be a big demand, for ai n which .eeped into central s lvanela, New Yrk and,
"TRih ere w il blenlm iaia b ig demb and for aiwicheeped in to centra lu Ivanl aNewt Aork and
s member days* tryud-e-Azam Mohammed entered the government serv- o.le trained in .this field," said offices of the New York Telephone. Nw-
S.es aier. w r their "leal u e Al Jmnah and to re-dedicate ce H a Doctor of Laws human. o service to
o st ertoks a tt i e qope aley tahe taoe Depart" o vs to the deals fo which hIonor I causa) of the Univer- "the students wCmd rpa n s 1o
p Miniester QT a. olorae. give them a.. .* -. V
wyn, ataemtscuns t All Khan who l rived and He is a poctor of Clvoi Law -electronic _on.
dieta dfor pakinstan and Honorary Chancellor of the -..i The dying Connih flung heavy Afer the m.e -iof t
lace thi fd If p- 'The U8 appweal'ri s issued here Union Univrsity, Schenectady. S al winds and ralne over seven states schooner .. Chesapea.b.8mt
. Plaesp i Iiee eJ^ s asac gftlate yesterday sibtly -b- fe re task of building up the He was elected a member of SalUdsk tod l in hvytll der Uo Tl
4 p mea-- pride Q him that no matter ow S o Ned te i n material and cultural en nta11 m theAulav Huda o Rp- onBucan a nd hu-Mt s ae a nd crew *ha de
.. 75 d annou n ie m nt s ifcl4t o ezaeretherays mem s t u Ntio At dea ths were blamed vessel f rao sh e
a Itnationstruce-u meat, ePperv isorsiofr ou r nation commenced by th roesn rig it.
t44la-vemores.SiouthKo,,- ,uhptrathasifundertof natindha soe 1951Dupong bei appointed a m- Nothinr but Coeshc s and Ku- on the big storm as it slowed toNots h Bea, .
a roliop wald ahaeint 8 there ugnh n t-. on .uto lIneeir edndor. Soth.mn abrea hsas sao d op. r ,,. laks around the place yesterday_
satellites. p e, ,,h- demanded that the Communist i afternoon as Miss Cortez expos- t .
anotherr ,1 0 nrg an un a effo s etors leave their territory by ot of difficulties, Pakistan has ed o ti easazt Of tmhis u Talks Re ai St# e
the CoPunist air forces. .thro.ah with a superior per- t strength. poitichl post being Mister of cation toPa.mm iamal i new aren-nNeR emn
The sTited States has cut 00,.- ormaibe-of du~ .a The South Koreans claim the "The past year saw us over- the Army, member of thesy us- lWomak Ameriadn Whiskey Co.
v00 men off its military manpower l Polis h and Czech members of the cmm t hfood situation largely ralan War Caboet and i What more o tent a formularn h e Co.,
rols over the last two years, and. n commending t.he work done NNSC have anted only as espis throu thne g enerosity of the Australian Advisory War Coun-lwth which to dissolve the rone S s A
how has a aorce of just under 3,- by the 'police associate. Her- e entering .the Republic of Uste S a~es and the Common- ci. Fro 1949 to 1051 h was iCurtan? ont ficated our edit-o
m0 e 0m my h man parahla-eo presed tnr wealth Countries. Our alliance AtUtralian Minister for Externfa la or in charg e of the oustern ediu---.-
RIeu 1kle In London, Brit- "able leadlar.ap" of its presi- *with Turkey and the Military Affairs. ropean satellites, and church --
ala aMp tall welcomed Rus- dent, Hatcher, eand saihewold d ... Agreement with the United He was knighted in 1952an e and oswer to question GENEVA Au 3-() i a
sia'so s declslo, today- like to advise every member of W' W a States has marked a new hkh was awarded the Coronation bo newsmen and a small boy American and Chinese negot(a- eehnt an
bat slt@ as- ffidclt to as- the Canal Zone Police to give the. g" __ in our prestige in the world. Meda In the Coronation Hon ho happened along with his tors failed again to reach agree- been reached ra t hmI
sess its sigilcasce" because of association their personal and T DA Ill Within the country we have con- ours 1953. father's lunch all. ment on repatriatDog U.S. civil- er, India, to ek on .
cont secrecy abot total .nancal pport. O 1 I L all W g tinued our economic rowth He was chairman of the Aus- Other student of Internation- lans today when the .Reds re- en, tho Ui o
Sovie strength. tackled the political problems of trallan Delegation at. the Con- al affairs recommended it high- fused to give iron-clad assuran- who want to return to
.hw/u office In an official Addresal.g himself to Hatch- MEXICO CITY, Aug. 13 (UP)- early nationhood with resolution ference of Foreign Ministers a v to all seeking explanation of ces about liberating the detained mainland.
statements: .ett, the retiring chlef said: A wage boosting ci mpai g n and made significant progress in Co ombo In January 1950 and the recent effervescent. affabill- Americans.
"H e r Majesty's government throughout Latin America is plan- the drawing up of our Constitu- author of the Colombo Plan. ty of BulTanin. Khrushchev Informed sources said the They did not deny tha'ia
welcomes the decision by the So- "To you I feel the members of ned by one of the ctinent's most tion. and the boys. United States was not in a pos- might be the subject of an
viet government which is one of the Canal Zone Police owe a debt powerful labor organizations. "We can look forward to the From 1950 to 1951 he was vice A most informative seminar. tion to make any bargains until tual accord, and this was
the consequeeBes of th nmprove1 of gratitude for your able, cour- future with confidence in the a- president of the lifth General Others seeking to take the Im- the 41 American nationals are believed in informed
atmospe .in international rei ageous and unselfish efforts you An official of the regional In- hlllty of our people to build up a Assembly of the United Natons. perial Vodka course may enroll promised their freedom. be the pattern of the f lal
tions brought about b the Ge have made 14 their behalf. You ter-American Labor Organization nation worthy of our great tra- He represented Australia at Cam at any bar or bodega in town Ameriean scores threw cold "oni. But as of now. the M
neva conference have reSpn o take reat pride (ORIT) said that with exception of diton. berra in February 1951, at nego- from this week on. water on report from New were labelled "pramatw- j,
-" In WRaLyu have accomplished, the U.S. and Canada, minimum "Those of us who are out of stations of the Angus treaty and Thi is not an accurate
All and tor wish to extend you wages in the Western H e m i the country whether for busl- at the signing of the Treaty at ment ofthe flcts o -
Tramy highest cmpltents." sphere were "far from g ivin g ness or study, should continue San Francisco In 1951. He was Bosomy Marilyn A T Bare American official
AUm I Ir lr 'workers enough buying power to to strive to build up and main- vice-president of the Japanese
Ls. ".-. Se a Herman also expressed his meet living require ents." tain'goodwill among the peoples peace conference. i Dispatches from New D
Td'l iiru thanks, as well aa that of Mrs. of other countries, and should He was Australian Governor of CapltaluSt nJln TO R&/sd said uw w. noIt wilMl' ...
Herman fbr the "very wonderful" Arturo Jauregui, ORITs secreta- apply themselves to their tasks the International Monetray Fund -.. .. ac. as a tunlea
off retirement he.ld t their/ ry general, sai hil group would with renewed vigor so that Pa- and of the International Bank m the United st. and e -
V g. 19 (UP) Aus- hnor an For gifts police- fight employers throughout Latin kistan may emerge as a factor at the annual meeting in Feb-. na ask for a_ rvi .ce." ;
tria pi. ion b men prerted, and said It was America for "selficly hol ding of strength and peace in a trou- ruary 1951 and later alternate NEW YORK, Aug. 13 (UP) world personally one of the de- But the New lu
Russ.e Soviet an their fi hope that we "may down wages without any principle bled world. governor of the International Marilyn Monroe disclosed today lights of the capitalist West by ess nuotuing lpleau m
fieRS l rin over to d me o a.i" of social justice.f" "Pakistan Zindabad." Monetary Fund. she may show the Communist making a trip to Soviet Russia. from Gene te i
the wasomeJwroB 30meto0as- the-CanalwZonverolice-to givehthe-In-ouroprestige-In-the-world.tMedal-in-the---tHwhver, heowo V natorssfailedhagainitoerexchreg *
prmer at er .said, she's not planning to leave to reach agremet y
I'ch all f tomorrow. day or Tuesday. '- -
D VAryatedtem ilNt SpV M IakesC Undetected Night Tour Uoand to s the S.a -jco
aWbg i ,i, h e ,r lae -e i mya onokdere o se the Sao Aev bao adoi e
r a tha 10 yearn a asinc following reports that Carie.in Wang PlagnNan, met

plum out of Austria goods and Smith chaima of the Nationa two hours tRe morning ia
oJ.1-ass eestilmted at 25..-l trip behind the Iron Curtain
p(a l*,SM i.. t tIb w aIsI p In Stall September, was planning to take on o
Marilyn with him.be on Tueda morning
we4" we Au.strian', DSscusstons It conMsoew to'
ad Me at brief ter ORIANDO, Fla.. Aug. 13--(fP) his exploit, the PI, two news-i He pointed out articles and said the idea for his stunt grew terested in obtaining a job in Smith is going to Moscow to dis exchange of avilians.
moie .44_a r lOst -An a student heated papers and Preside.t Elsenhow- fingerprints he had left at strat- out of a college "bull session" In the government's rocket research cuss with Russian officials th e An Am
with Smit tn
". ... ... today I, 7yed -spy" in an. up- er, egic polate inade the fenced whtch he and several classmates program after graduation, possibility of an exchange of U. S. It could be.
- +, = i-t.dete -b- tra tour Of p He was released today under tract, he sad discussed the 'laxness of secur- Patrick APB ts charged with Ruian art andrtides are
i.Mffsr'He-"-O M a t. at"a i 1500 bond after a liariag before "Last Saturday, I walked a- ity" at the nation's top secret In- security at the Cape Canaveral a an sts governmel1
Wg. 4 mums- a- -r ga-ded lthe Ue US. omminie here on round the center from sundown stallations. center. Marilyn aid s h d rlnn The talkg tred
bases. .. charges of vi the federal until msa up, looked into build- Entering the base was easy, he The Cape Canaveral center toM with Smith to Moscow in ?y'es mteeatl waseAu
coden "unuth entrance ngs where the missiles are kept said. has been mentioned as the pa- mber but she said she had the series.
."2.l anto mltry sd tested," he said. Dukeminier waited until low able launching site for unman- discussed with him the posbi-
A- A .. ItA 1Offial ~ tA Moi He sadheentered a labora- tide, walked along the beach and ned sateliteswhich the United Closes
BM- M,.A "RPP. ed missile too 0 r Pfatick tory where top secret work is intothe isolated cape center at states hopes to fire into outer fyof golng sometimeln theOSS
as lcks a .k a' k Air Force DBae, a state- done on n s, inspected the the south end because "the space within the next two year. ture.
t-o l -" ea t that "an In ltion has missiles and "even went through fence did not extend into the The center is on an Isolated CAMP DRU ,
*i*a i been 'made and man deft- the rocket fuel center." water at low tide," he said. point of land, overgrown thi "I am looking forward to visits This northe]t Hew
nle f ner a a ti nBo to any He left a crowbar atop one He said enemy agents would with palmetios and scrub brush to Russian and other countires," reservation is belag
Scl flsed rfPll small laboratory and said he be able to drive a truck Into the and officials said it is "crawling she said. a staging area ad
a did t he ld l to e They saaid .an t ibm- showed offers how easy itbase, load up a missile and drive with rattlesnakes." Black River as a prt
V. ters m -t lt hism Otls Cment w ald e come from woul~. hve been to break into It out.again without being detected. Dukemnler admitted he beut It was Smith who took Marilyn tion by the Watestaw i
hIi Jo.rn.toSt f- t thi l d aBo t f the TphI -e brown-haired youth a-Id his way through the underbrush o Be, M. 1 1
a ate ss ageat a tI o h eM" tcodenth I h a d camera along, he -pent to officials at Patrick for several hundred yards after to Bemeat, Dl., reety t help e gro
thav oDukT. I ewlnt taken pictures ofa Air force Base last Friday. entering the ml sle base. him dedieats a incola museum. River Bay aam
e p to wto?-r- d ButA A35end, -looking all m.mtles," Dukenminter was given a tour of the The youth said he later went Her appearnoft drew a g atted- tario be u d to
gmimP j- ealel e his vwist sIdtd, 6 A W poely brought fl. and a set of yve nment to a hotel room at Cocon Beach, ace of thousand. f pergA to thei. t T
"a- t when oA .lhs and took noth_- No on uima" missile wrote his letters telling authori- ea rt of WikOam
i t WaaIoa- Wa r Intlentions. we after telling hem 1wa was ties where they could aind im f
Sbu t all d P l through a student majoing I phyic and waited for them to show up. mw I Mteia ta about Ba
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faft that so many of .. he atIpl -,edh uh wlft
have failed to come o throe W h qusnpy boeinw.
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over the Ruhr round about Christmau 1S43,
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refid about ebme -modern juvenile delinquents, and whlt
an understandlb.i whimsy-it wat that they had just served
their old Aunt'Ermintrude up as pepper steak to the ,
seeing that she had once'passed a gang member the pepper
whet we asked for salt, -at the age of two years and eight
SOther. soars on the soul have maybe been h6wp by a
refusal of perfnisslop t6 go down the sandlot'tq,'tay base-
ball one evening long hgo, apthe age. of six. This I~pa. any
head haler tcnows, ample reason for beaning th .neigh-
I bor's daughter: with a- baseball bat, the batter being aged
say 16 atthe 0ment of impsot, and the daughter 13.

Or dtteast the follow could have swith-it. her-from
either side of the plate. Just boyish self-expression, that's
what it is. -And anyone who hooses to chide the joyful
youth is trying to undermine all that is American and glori-
ous in the great national game of baseball. How close can
you get to treason?

hut it e happens that, instead of concentrating on
the IIkeable youngsters who have lately hamburgered a
equple of fravWlling sal smen, -thereby demonetratiht that
that they need only'kindnem and understanding to estorei
them to the oomity of citizens, I.fell to thinking about some
kids ,hq t no more. kindness and understanding than

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not, ir else Pop .will Z something which woild W.rthten
tih ptyohlatrists more tan the kid.

These are Athe kids who, If forbidden to go tq the
movies, like it or lump.it, but who do not giIgle round.the
bftr looking f6f puch boyish fun as burning the. soles off
a Sterne-sodlen bum's eet, and chucking him in the East
River, -'*. .,, ... .. -, .
Thes' there kid who like to pay the clubhouse
jukebox and play basketball, and swim and dance and ride
motorbikes, and maybe chase girls round a f4tendly palm
tree. ,.
And with all the school vacation practically gone, and
with the Panama Canal mighty -parsimonious about the
jobs it has handed out the kids by way of taking the idle
time off their .handi what has happened?
Not a delHqunt reported. in radar-fange.
Any Canal.Zone kids been burnishing up the switch-
knife, or shredding the electric light flex into a whip, or
honing the old knuckle-dusters instead of going to the Boy
Scout meeting? Negative.

Credit should Certainly go to the Schools Division
hands who rah the summer recreation program, and gave
the kids something to do,
But that I not the whole story, because there have
been in. there pario of the world better.endowed kids who
spurned better dtersloiho for the pleasures attendant on
There's nothingg in the Constitution which forbids a US
citizen from thinking that hia neighbor's kids would be a
whole let more lovable if they were larrupped into silence.
But we've got a world with areas in whiob among the
young, it sees'a.prison sentence l getting to ra with
a college degrse"a- 'a mark of suocesn in community en-
And dowm here we've got a bunch of sehoolkide vwho,
collectively, haven't come up 'WIth7R1 .dt t h-
out the vacations. .. ,

Such te the solloitude. I pn the p-,tri4 ,qfled
juvenile delinquents 'elsew ..-would al.mod k
such sterling abstention fr mtnhy rate -om ng
scarcely shOrt of the Corngrp. t Medal of rMi o .
Well it doesn't it- ra m J, of
bucks pocket.money weekly, m .eny, and
the same firm insstetncea thk
fore any other neturna, ,

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ousted" heodlung have )t sos
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wh.p s ,,e -.- t | ..arte.t said that. re-
havey .. .alt., e-i tv el clftatoloow

life ra com TY ( 5 acre wll be high'
sthe Il ni b n ^o'fgI i t*icosts-probaay
a" ..0C46'the 240W.
Hto a-. r0ap onsot-..'oM ? icnago' Puts Old
Ine.re. 3ckt.w .w .dyArt".. n Muse'uM m
1. -.i i ,, hq ban'd. 1bad- sifrsI ntoMuseum
wor e t n'ea The'e. d' "
d' es, ea.t'.-ry, ofr @IICAGO -(UP)- A new
2. e..:-, e .Ium a-,M domn for' old cars was opened re-
fect -1i h .o0ng ibdisWtr.ibreaee spe h a eetly at Chicago's Museum of
"e from c-,a: alence said .Industry.
D-re 'theUwe -. .-.was t -,er -U E titled "Cars of Yesteryear,"
t, een.t .tarlkng of a W :his th e e exhibit prednts a selection of
it, ,e t .. .. l ishe' r u 7 ,tique ears chosen for their rep-
t. l .. Nj". 'otiaton. of the technical devl-
at e ,o.m.t s.that de'"t Panyi on1i 6p9eat of the. automobile.
5. cor1v.* 3P 1U Each of the 14 cars hn the col-
p: blenwi. mani a id 7 te election is typical of its particular
Sompa'ldnM '"shot' atog. Period and represents the mniechan-
cost too- high t4 ob sp 00 -in -4 p al genius of its day. Al have
research- aciblitie for S a w~i or-,as gj grk air.- been renovated and could be
Rro e. o 2 c te t-i t -; driven under their own power.
7W5 -6O Fe. MW 5Sh'amiliarapliances andobjects

up U. ack t gire vistor a better "time
DeePd by sft.; 1 gtSpienseo hefr fndltd* a Regina
nsther ais t l r W .iA &h8he ip ic hebx, an Edisom phobozrahi .
ly oEsi9mM bi.08-' fwa V eIe s &, a late 19th century Walltefe-

a1W ^ tria,^ cenemsad atR~ud The oldest car in the coflection
inaolk I'N a31r*BG3S 1 e stheree, Bernardi'(I O.

mi g,.h, 'to be,-- man'p 'f.

the, Jaualseid scint* hebw ,I" e.W 4 fr eOOD
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Consult An Expert Sma tac F#eSth.-.th
~. fe i aBarba Gol s dr t 9 0of
.eh CAO- UP) i.the pe; Merry BIqfe W lm's
son whp do isn't Wknow what fabulous hea the
of fuse to use .in l tr ofi Ea-raie- Joe VaC
who keeps.. plgiuS.- jo, W-, tl e
into a circuit until the fay lnspe ofeniP OW
Universit) of-mos eiectitauen some. t te metileat a
spacaitl t'ave a few i.te ha t ohh B"rte
1. A ftui isa a rt"safety eM Wa"l ell
each eLrcu -a-ld wM w we wni(-, 1.iteft 'owes.
the load en it goes. Wyed Its m made wiitp e d rpj
i no s uehol-" ee h "th e c ou pl s i t eU
ing. such as W alipeeres 2 te A. arcviaadwevn ii lWater.
peres or 30" ampres. The- fises tapse .W.a wnar .
Wloe to prevent -the .witsro the r..ld .jind f..r
he.,ting and pouibly starting .esupectu. a Conaiklwt
fire. Putting in a a.uer. to ruk- te e.-. S. dear. w Jo
fuse, or a coin,. r asng aF Herrr aad Ais fsd, '
trouble., W-_a ._.6 this delightfully %mahe
2. Awpiancek we't l m_ -:at
2.r ApplianewflB V -_ is funny reading with a
their best wh they cant t 'oral.
T& rIt #ala Wear-
usually Is 1 thrd, tat vacati'ers
larger wire, TW*10*0tuth0*a.p ha is
hoeld.se W cW s oupl their
electrleal n-trI U e .w Iy 1o to- ran Muok
comply a e ets f l A. A-- ].-W g}
power' .
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Geperal Education

FT. KNOX, Ky. -(UP)- They
MUd out the red carpet here for
*, Army's yqunget two-star gen-
e al, silxyear-old Laurence (Mike)
]Dyl, who had written Maj. Gen.
ge .W. Read, Jr., asking how
he could, become a general.
General Read thought he would
show, the boy and appointed him
a ,honorary major-general for al
da A Astef car called for Mike at
his school sad brought him here
for tank rides, tours of the ar-
mored center and dinner with the
tirops. Mike's father was a Jet
pilot killed in action in Korea.


wing turps on edge,
aglmes back so that
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down fr 'takeoffs
lane Is I irbotre the
glaIn rotate back to
pesition for conven-
1,e NACA did not
a ner by which the

Stakeof in small

-The (FAA Is also continuing re-
search on another ype of vertical-
Iv ring plane. In this type the
thrust of the propellers would'be
deflected downward by turning
vanes that look like a large vene-
Uan blind.
The objective Is a system whlch
can produce vertical lift while the
airplane remains nearly horizon-
tal but which can be retracted to
provide a lean wing for normal

wings of the'p.an
aad smooth oUtlb
flows over the'w)iP
ing the lift ffecflv
wing flaps.

Video Sets
Sianal Fror
television receiver
power tb receive
S tm the moon 50,
according to Ray
rector of enginel
. De Cola said the
twice the power
equipment used
Army's SIgnal Cori
making experiment
dar signal was tra
moon anfd picked
"bounced" back to
B. M. Brown' dug
while working in h
ring had been los
by a neighbor, the

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C )- An
Ittpsport using an E.mIl ug m ay. th-as-
1e 0 asble to titoniae the .ocal m p es in.-
lad while the dustry a one-stop super-service
upd upward a station for West Coast erial
ltenes.from the fishing fleets.
ML. and Mrs. George Evans re-
-Wg the NACA gently. took a 10-year leae on a
h' promise" to battered wharf on the Oakland Es-
Wo 1t1 w tuary. They tranuformes the sag-
S to ging pier into a sort ohtseagoing
t.ests on hisghlsupermarket where fishermen will
planes show be able to obtain a variety of
i"u and takeofftneeds, from canned goods to a
Wet amount." new boat.
for an air There the tired sailors also will
rboudary con.- be able to shave, shower and. In
air through the thl, best general' store tradition,
e to speed up catch up on all the latest news.
ae sbed air Several entirely new structures
g, us improv- have been built by Evans in an-
enesr of simple Ucipation of his mariner-custom-
.er's desires. Amo g the are a
huge weighing platform'to Judge
the day's catch, and an icehouse
COUkl to furnish that all-important pre-
Moon servative .to salmon and albacore
t Moon At re still a long way from the
)- The newest The ifer wilc b the farsighted
s have enough husbaundand.we -team also. plan
an rd signal to use as. a storage quarters for
.0"" iles awaywinter-bound boats, is now pre-
.D Cola, a di- pared to accept and care for be-
ering (Admiral tween 25 and 30 fishing vessels.
i One advantage of an operatiUon
receivers have such as theirs, the Evanses fel
of te radar s that crewmen will be able to
by the U. S- save a full day or two of valuable
ps t it history- fishing time by doing all of their
t in wch a ra- "shopping" in one place instead
nsmitted to the of moving from mooring to moor
| up when it ing. This factor, plus the added
o earth. attraction of waters many coastal
fishermen have never ventured
ASUR into before may helpt o make their,
D.--(UP)_-Mrs. -drezm" a profitable reality.
up a old ring Local citizens agree that if this
her garen. The project meets its fullest potential.
t 25 years ago San Fr a n t i s c o's Fisherman's
a late Mrs. Pat Wharf may find itself. contending
with a good deal of competition.
Mechanic-storekeeper Evans al-
7 ready has his first maintenance
I contract in hand, and hopes that
it will prove to be only one of
man' such agreements with work-
in fishermen from all over the

r man who is chosen as an suthorled
I ageat by Rolex has to be one of the best
watch experts in his city. I-or Rolcx and
Tudor watches must only be handled aM
serviced by a man who knows hus job.
He has to he a man with a pride in his
craft; a man who is never content with
second best. For Rolex watches must have
the best treatment possible.
And he is backed by all the help Rolex
can give him. His apge of watches bi kept
up to date -and selective. His stock t(
original spare part is always complete and
When you buy a Rolex you are buying
something more than one of the finest
watches in the world. You are buying the
finest possible service for that watch.

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-Shorts and bathing suits, pedal pushe and 4ennls
summer clothes make legs more conspleuoed than ever. For
reason, It's important to keep them smooth and unfussy, espe-
eaily above the winter-covered knees. .

The beach, pool, picnic grounds the dark of a shower. This may
sd back yards of summer look mean nicks. Never use a razor
*iathough they were pastures for on dry legs, 'it will cause an an-'
ilot of leggy young colts. Igry burn. It's preferable to shave
fever does more expanse of after bathing because the skin is
410e leg show thar in the softer.
of summer. You can do it with shaving
i.qod legs or not so good it's soap, a shaving lotion or d good
acnt that they be well tend- soapy lather. Work carefully a-..
this season. Whether they round the ankles and in back nd4
ilik e Dietrch's or not, it's watch that big swath up the shin
1W they won't appeal if they bone.
Vent had some careful attention
me. When you're done, rinse thor-
razor !s probably the most oughly with warm, then cool wa-
ular method of coping with ter. pat dry and use a good hand
number one problem, f u zz. or body lotion.
quick and there's no question It's best to tend to the legs
allergy for those with sensi- before dressing in the evening or
skins. before going to bed. This way, the
ut shaving does take meticu- natural oils have time to act a-
care in the doing and fre- gain before the naked leg is ex-
Int repeats to keep down the posed to sun or water. if you have
rwth. to out right away, use a cream
Jere's the technique recom-i sunulan lotion first.-
Ended by the men who make Before putting on stockings,
iJfty razors by the ton. many women like to pow er
'4%ever do it in a hurry or In their legs for a smooth-finish.

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NEW neil polish Is always
I news to women. In the great
at cosmetics on the mar-
is aways room fo any,

yet rouna

%ls new polish emphasizes
According to its w e 1l-
manufacturer it w ill
Rally be almost &ry on one
-when you're ready to do the
It's very concentrated in
tency, yet is designed to
on smoohly.
It co ies in a generous range of
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.'jame name and hue as the
otks recently Introduced by
manufacturer so t h a t the
a of matching up should
s might be just he polish
career gals seek for t he
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Run Turn Tiddy Is Treat n

At Unique Toy Town Tavern

W IfEA ewed and Markets Edltor .
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lluth Packad, friendly,. po ed, Baked Stuffed Lobster
be.a teacher of home economfs, n Casserole (serves 4) n
ai many parts in her relentleu n
g. J...*- .t.h., I. krd.I Ten ounces fresh lobster meat.

NUW YO4K (NEA) .- el., And across the
lege clothes are not a style 8l 4y chrcoal-gray, un]
At leapt that's the oplul a f a t by themselves.
bphraem Witty, .prsadest the bn the proving I
large clothing company that Ifers it have later be
bh name,.. ed out into j


gw As weo ou n ac a, 1n ave halve o 'a4ltratv u o g y s .
anag.r of Toy Town Tay- Cooked, 4 ounces foster live__2.0
m Rote 13 nearmr endobn cups fresh (medium) badl
iii as hi. uno&1al bui cruebi, 1 teaspoon cho
seelig assistant manager, chives, 4 tablespoons lemon jO ..
L of two attractive teen-age melted butter or manarine, alt,
aspawer of the .ia's pepper.I
S arens and flower arrange. Make dressing, of the breai
decorator of the cool crumbs, liver, chives, lemoa
reta, collotr f recipes salt, pepper and Geno mJ*t
,nsuoltant tothe chef, lerer butter to make a Mn moislt .
oam-tea on tftUporch that Mix well. Place % ounces
out'Cross the en golf ster meat in each casserole. Fl1
tiowr historical t ow casserole with resing. Pris
kwell, Ruth Packard is not down gently. Spri etops 1th
of a one for sitting doa a vey_ dry sherry tf desired I e
a little more melted butter. MksI
10 mlnutes In a very hot oven.
Ideal partner for a New
i l"oper was born i
hmbisetts, graduated from
ICo e a v.I n ent, U
CA *earterls ia Pots-
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teaeler in New, Britain.c

shade near the swimming Put a sturdy cheek stop on ur
I N talked d stufe oIs~Ier screen and storm doors whicI
f, rum +,- t. ..j rani5 ed to alow ae" .
,of rum t. ddy', a fixed maximum ray." Saves
Am"a, as and e abec aby 'rom acquiring n a a a t
si s. w at she didn't stay bUJImps on windy days.
. 'st is sali.,ret4r.J big as
s~olelahait to ~altime peace'.
4a.i.g tgreesbr

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No school man in his right mind on

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room, dmIe vents uand Icasual coat is lightweight anl
plenty of pocket room. warm. By Van. emanMm. I

hearing en 'wM
buses and tax
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digij i E atj tuAr: This mother aqd her children are going
.* a ",g -'ain paper bathing sufs, fererunners of gmer
'ea e,- e -day will go ito a waste-ba kel, at the eodff
: i ay' WK. paper clothes are la the experimental staNe,

AE DUGAS 1840, been used for such unlikely
YOKV -(NEA-Someobectsa horseshoes, pLvma
ft YORK (NEA b- Some block hanom s abs. ralroa
Swhilea ape re- carsbullets and e
cor in maikiang your bremakfanst church J England
ot tops r clothes, ready It' true that most of these ob.
.t ac ely day. er e a' rimental sit ee
= 48Yrh y lIbe elsgrely be- and produ.tio. M ow. hw tofl
use you anger be washing produce them for mass markets.to
Ant loning c loIes-(maybe).And But things have changed in
in t4 evan, whie a taped nte .. s. he d the
o1nd pens.ne .wiDows for the' -rven.ng yer Te day may
nih foy a yeo$ clothes into well come wben you'll nd your.
per nightself wear one special supple.
ISo' t5 T d *%0% 1 pape g t of t 'news per while
oA.w you're reading a notr section.
ppeal to you? -
The.to know that ,
the .l-stry "is eel- g far ] 1 y In fa
mor*hta ion. YoU'll t a k e -5ca Can jell
yW 1rrnlng shower behind a pa- -
per shower curtain, step out one .
a pper bat Ma, dry yourself .. '
with- a thick, absorbent paper re o Low d a. r
bath towel. After that, comes a
paper dress or separates to be One of women's plaints which
discarded after one day's wearing. apparently has not reached the
Next, the kiddies willU go out ears of the furniture deals ers is
to play in strong,papqer rompers how hard I is to get out Of tiose
and play-clothes. The -baby wil low modern sofas or i hairs.-
have paper diapers, bibs and The canvas sling chjlrs are pa-
thee will be paper sheets on all tenti. impossible for any woman
of the beds., ovr 10. I there i anything else
Scientists of Swanee Paper offered to sit on, a grown woman
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I tattersall ve a, fce he
campus coat of arms,. f biyears
ago p as graduated to' everyday
wear. And this I w itll- o ap-
pearing in jacket tbrls,
Sblaze cea the i e em
bleb isout Inow for ports-
trar in a varied bua.oft ie and
S It is on the campus,, th
the natural look d and
esual ia the eves'4W way of
Th raglan sleeve, the ball col-
ila, bhe rfiecy wool sweater, the
shetland wool jackets have their
home in dormitory a n d class-
room. And aside from new tex
tures and color patterns, nothing
is likely to change in college
wear this fall.
Only In shoes and hats w ill
There be ny perceptible change.
Taking their cue' fropi Continen-
tal signers, American s h oa
manufacturers have come up with
.far more casual, far lighter shoes.
Sides are going to be lower, ad
eyelets are dropping from tih
conventional five to two or three.
Hats, too, will be narrower,
bands thinner and crowns lower.
While new synthetic fabrics will
FIREMAN red with stripes d appear in shirts and in e casual
cufs. Just the thing for Ilees cold weather jackets t will still
on cold nights. Of course, it a be the sweater that will hold Its
flannel. popularity on the campus.

BI 'MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE frustrate themselves into nervous
THIS week I spent a painful ,
hour with a college student we can ly 'the zealots' irresponsible
call -Miss X. elaim, they turn mental health in-
to a class privilege available only
She had, 'she told me firmly a to lare-income Americans. While
"severe anxiety eturosis" w ch it's all right to make snob s
required Immedite psychiatric bols out o automobiles and oth
bhelp But her parents had refused material advantages, it is not all
o r Am treatment Ac- right to exploit sychlatric author..
S"e n seeking the ty to make a. anobe sym to ma .
less co d of or city men. tal health.
Shygiene clinics. The rush of this nation down the
It was not available. So long Freudian superhighway is not an
were the clinics' waiting Ii a t s edifying spectacle. It's greedy as
that none could tell her when it the gold rush and as mindless as
would be available. Said Miss X., the flight of lemmings who ledp
I've been advised to fake a ner- into the sea off Norway in a port
vous break4oWn, th t. will force of seasonal mass hypnosis.
Spaents or p i a t ve some of our clergy are mtd-
reatment." dying What is c a II e d "pastoral
I got up, went to the telephone .ycnology" in 'the recoil from
and put a fresh check on this new- sted truth to new theory about
east "waiting list" story, It was which there's more inside disa-
onfrmed. Three honest people agreement that you would believe.
positions fo keow said. "yes-the If we all -really credit psychimi.
demand upon clinical help makes trists with every solution to hu-
t virtually nonexistent to this man problems, there's only one in-
girl." telligent thing to do. We must tell
medical schools to drop every spe-
I have comment to make. lvUlization but psychiatry. We
must ask our st*te and federal
I think % tt t hi e responsible governments to allocate money at
members of the psychiatric pro- once to erect a mental hygiene cli-
ession owe us a decision. They ni. on every city block.
must do one of two things. They
must either muzzle the zealots a- Otherwise, we shall deserve the
mong them who cry, "Only psy- nervous breakdowns into which
ho-therapy can solve your prob- we frustrate ourselves.
tem"--or make arrangements to
ut the entire nation on the ana. For, dear reader the gatesA.4
yile couch. the Promised LRl haal swvt
wide before us. Wes hlome d ti
For there are millions.af cred. Blue Bird and the Sinilb_ Water
ulous people who believe the zea- aon to of the fairy tale's Moun-
ots tWi A1nd we should allow nothing
to sand between us and the thnr.
As since, like Miss X., tAy can 8;eutie blas now dangled by pay-
neither pay for private treatment d.latry's zealots beI.re our eyes
or get the clinicl ki.d, they like carrots before the eyes of
k ~4... nkibe.. *h t to r donkeys. 11

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rrew skirt, te t tripe aPll.i
.C reh car4ltan jacket ftw Wew is wen e v;e eay fete- tpJ
wikrt In this two e F ea Thi i w

W TORU ,NEA) For Though Bermuda shorts anri date in the eveni'eis
fal& nM -ampus basics are perpMed a- slae am me flaneh tweeda0l 1
te frms cf sweaters, pee, they're an abkolas ~ust Sweaters are tw big
t a and jurperin c wardb. t : Mot

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certainly heavier- than the light-
weights who cbnaoct the furnture
So when we sit in' it we ctBlapse
down afld back on t i 16w plat.
form and the question is Whether
we'll ever get out again.
The approved technique for aris-
g frogthese catchers' mitts is
it s:
FIrst, slide yourself up to the
edge of the furniture as best you
Then get youu' stronger leg un-
der you and as close to the tor-
ture seat as -possible.
Next, help y6utrself -with one
hand pressing down on the edge
of the seat until you can get half-
way up with some kind of digal.

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thieves aei' ca ie rustlers o
horseback. by automobile and
,. alr, a pla ,...
"I'd do it all over aggin exactly
the same way if I- had the
4 chance he said.
FJr lt named a deputy sheriff In
S .1920, Clark has a wide back-
Sground i law evforcemWat work.
"I can't remember whbf I didn't
carry a gun and I don't remem-
b. r when I gotmy first pairaof
baota," he said.
While Just "a little shaver,"
Clark said he recalls sitting
"0 ..hlo.. te f.t! Chanly1.me M a iO U.04 0 around campfires listening to
wlt _it -ohe famiy's- Miceit so Chplrg ranch hands brag how the; had
t. **ductT. S. by. t risra, hncamy. It. i plp with a hua. ukped a sheriff or commit e stu
Y...- o .m4id a am inel ash o. m fap camera. BuIlt I r a tone, the ob.- thr crime.
., 5h, photograph IabraePy and a llbrary-st ., "When I heard, t
-." -"'-." -tleat said., thought to myef,
.by golly someday I'm going.
g row up and: be a sherr dif d
op eers ep Completion Date Frms Can Use l a ..h w twormen
e.Tr f h rkiledin gun fights before he wasr
01d"Tal ea 15 years Old .
U I 'O Clark was assistant chief cattle
com hte- dinow M mountain Project 1 s in s h c omledint tle:-
S oEAST LANSING, Mich. ---(UP) Investigator for the Nebreskal
D -(UP)- Top g ---d- me6 a h-Two Michigan State College ag- brand committee when he retired.
SYDE P, To .. .American s p arer. o. f. ,.en.'ricultural engineers have come up IHe sad modern life did not At-
teere from the UniRed States, gineering firms with somaee cr s or si rattle rustling-.
Frice, Norway, Holland and I -The American group, k own as. ihWhy trailers. "Stealing was so bad there for a
i ur e keep. Astralia's the Kaser-Wash-Peni-i.Raymond ............ .. .While" he explained. "that rinch-
a 6u ri k enwy tato ralia'snthe AKranie-wa h r Perin t-R mondp .e Williafh H. Friday and James S. Ors cou't get a J ,o on their
dio.leetrie scheme well on sched- four big American civil engi neer.- Bo said the big vans can.be put cattle.
target e btae-s o,, o f ,O. l i .,Hry.srage spaces, or even as i el, Fire'
Vh the big business backing -W. onst ruction- Co. of husn g i for -.-h l a b
ol baint nation al engineering port, lowah Perini and Sons of ofey p ote uretaigt o a ln r tr T
concerns, Australia's van tprojectl Framingham, y ass, b a the dre i te- railo er gervl iexcellentp ASTiREEUm N. n. i -
Sa le L ier e asu 0 r 0 r d e 3 t ov a e s. (UP)- Three v unt i 1 iemen
S.at p.t.s.. f th an thueru nd ow toRa oi .,ove ro, .. ,ohihhooo vMnete. untvoe no
ultimately w provide 3,000,00 e tond Conorete Pile Co. of Dela-
iwan D sm power -more hang e wart tas ,e this Rensselaer County village had
total caa v all eneratin h A The potd out that the fed-to get a li from the tte's
seams operated in Australia s to-.builde a n $ ,1 ie.der nt government will approve, attorney g r .to eight fires.
TIe etcheme will also. supply' n t Cal 1 the Eucumr r rl es.on, V t.Paillers forl h o ak te
Oney, hueratliauuound' the,00,00.gPa us odir the
17.9 per -cent more water for lr-I it t tuelrit cwillod tlink fui 1Vi tconversionr Robert.RTuf.bter, Jack Brehand
rigation purpo es. ean underround power station wit ob is done pro-erey. eNorran Frybachwere 17-yeaolld
'e powy plan, started In Au- huge reservoir which w will corm-,! en Jacb
pst, 1949, swung into productlonpletel flood te township o f A. Boyd and Friday experimented board asked. Atr-Ge
when the first trickle of power "minby The township's nula- I with several conversion techniques Javits to rule f the school could
qs switched on from the suthe-. difinf 1= will beh move lock I and found th eyoldo p ttialler irel ase pplto iff ,Jvit
i sub-station at Munyang..highr on.a cement blk thfoddon trsaid this tone emeel put r pi ih ease
stock andbarrel to higher ground o i o e domne t se
uph in the Australn Alis. A Nor- when t he dam fills up to cntainuse as s grna with about $6of students ave theCOinulorY
brought a 200-man team to headeney o atabr.Then m lthreehvolunteer h d
othe task forceWhich worked, the oa n n li Srveed.annAN T
round-theclock for four years to The Ame grp also ginedddnt answer every alarm .
complete the dam, pipelines and a sEcond contract for another Iaddy,,OK Too w-at only whenanblaze waPer'*
power station. smaller tunnel and sa which ous enough f the fie to
Swill run to an additional 5,600,000 BIIRLI4GTON, Vt. -(UP) call the school andask to have
O-See"sr Opened bAustralian pounds ($12;500,000), Passing out cigars Just-wasnt them excused fm -las.
SThe Americans scored thei first enough for Robert Giroux whose
Prime Ministqr Robert G. Men- success when their Veteran drill- wife gave birth to their sixth child. ,____ ,_:___- ____
zle officially opened the first er led A stralian workers to set.
posr-producng station last April a new world record for tunnel A few ours later there was a. i
' aprited the scheme drilling. tey cut their24-foot tun 10-loot sign with block letters in le Age i
from~s~t~ ] /i predecessor, Jo- nel through 402. feetmIn a Xecord front. of .helt home reading: YARDLEY
seph B.Qdifta, whenuthe oonserv. six Nays to beat the previous It's'a Big Gui '; /
active Liherali swung into powerlworld record nf 3 3 feet for.a 20- 8 1r. 7 oz. '. \ hve.d
in December, 143. The change of foot tunnel made by the Walsh -.-
govermnent nev r affec the construction company in Cali.D-'idy Survived. IAN iI
,A ."dr-eicProject fornabdIsWel.RILLINTINE-
an isi keallye .lb r-..". -.

A a C wobturbo-
S~dh Wajea. gril hookup. ThiH
output. will shortly reach 90,000
kdiatts when. a third turbo-gon-
erg#lr in installed. Rent a h ,eprintgid
But -r~vast Js the Snow ; uer. for as litt s
taklig t. at i tis first achievement
is just a drop in the bucket -com-
owaU output which the Showy
scheme wal deliver from 17 Power
stations by 185.
B" "gwndineering corporations.
from the-United States, It y,
France and Britain perlofdicauy (tawlord AQenclS
send tteir representatives, to look
the sitqktion over and submit bids 41J"l Street No. 18
and Se N.ers.
Amer.i.caniu "hmbinatlon __ ___ ___"

Two overseas combines are now
busy on two major contracts in
the next stages of the plan. "The
first is a joint group of French
contractors, and the second an

Fish Have Trouble
With Heat And $un
Penzayitma jFsh Comminasion
has a double-barrelled problem,
becauM-thI flat at GlabG lb a
Lake in Western Pennsylvania
hive be9d hit by n7Apd ibu of
eat pirost'aon ,
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DIAL THREE TIME", FOR TIME-If you get at lart three
tIqhpAe calls a day, i* iPew. idea in timnekeeping might interest
you., fIt'ss watch thiti snaps Iini the middle of a telephone dihi
and-'is kept wound by three telephone calls each day. Above,
Itumb rft tries the telephone watch, created by Elgin, at the
I a= l .1e0lry Fair ia gin. 111.

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Sd W4I I CdULo ME iueh thought"
about to be VoiCed by this electric motor after completing I 230-
hour "dust teat." But oflcials at General Ilbetric, who conducted
the test at Schenectady. N.Y., say it gassed the tesO without any
-itn of the ezlaustio it s ems to feel.

Registration August 29 -'30 31
10:00 a.m. to 51100 p.r.
Columbus Club (upstairs) Balboa
Residence phone 2-2363.
Call for information after Aug. 25th
Mrs. Waltes Is now In the States -ttending the con-
vetiomtJus of the Dance Masters of Amerclp, Inc. and
the National Association of Dance and Affiliated

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And what a wondlerful combination y0u get for only $2.25!
Choie of' compUlmentary cocktal antd ~elcioWs men Li,
munic by Azcarraga at the organ and entertainment by
S "ro ttie Great," baoon man-a4d3 magician.

NAT COX- Our :'*111% oth thebn Skrd ;> 's.
* plays from 10 p.m. 0o T..m t m .O o.i t r.
Sonight, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

SHave you visited yet the refurbished-and newly
Dine and dance In cool comfort



S REGARDLESS of the cotor -or type of your hair
N INO will give you ar. oatr..actiae ad lasting cold-wave to

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CaaIsl 1 0areM
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"Euronoen" Damask Living room set
(4 Pieces) . ........................ 37&00
"Heros" Damask I Iving room set, 3 piece 250.00
"Tropical" style Living room set, square
arms ......... .............. 150.00
"Miami" style Livinr room set ........ 2-.-00
"MarlDosa'' style I living room set ...... 200.00
"Callfornmi" style livingg room set ...... 295.00
"Rtratford" style LiVing room Fet ....,. 3)5,00
"Panama" srvle Living room set ........ 250.00
Bamboo Table ........................ 35.00
"Z" style Living room table ........... 35.00
DPmask. comfortable Easy Chair ....... 8an00
Living Room Tables .............. from ,19.50
I tvingi Room Tables ......... ..from 2500
Simmons Studio Couch No. IL-130S .. 175.00
Rattan extension Chair with food stand 125.110
Bamboo Paver Holders .............0... 0
Standing Ashtrays ........ ......... 12.50
flx Cotton Rugs ....................... 315..O
Ratttn Chair ...................... 35 no
Bamboo Brackets ...................... 35.00


"Renaissance" Dining room set., pieces
Black Dining room set, No. 1035 ........
Dining Room set No. 1050 .. ...........
"Havana" Dining Room set .........
Spotted Dining room set No. 180 ......
-Dining Room set No. 1060............
Dining Room set No. 1025 .............
Breakfast Chromed sets ... ...........
- Yellow Chromed set No. FA-166. 4 chairs
Modern Sideboards ...................
"Oarden" style Cupboards ... .........
! ,"American" style Cupboards ........
DinIng, room table, small size ........
DJ ing room Table, large size ........
D.tnf. obrom Chairs ......................

Bedr6m set No. 180 .................
BeO In'm set No. 190 ...................
Bedl ff eat No. 2W) ..................
"Amerlc A.,Bedroom set .............
"Hollywoo" .jedroorp set ...........
"New Yorker'" sLion Meds, walnut, 3/3
Double Bed. No. 1 4/6, wine ..........
Folding Couches, 2/6, with spring
id mattress .....................
i Gas StQve
--- B te WO. .......

t-iede. No. UL-105 .....
ID .ra 'i round mirror No. 180 ....

. -Drwer, i tfonier .......
S ubl bes, No. 180 ............
D. 5 a C_ fonit ter ...................
t 8, small size .........
fe0- Bera, medium size ........
6a ft of Drgwers, large size ..
"Tappanee" Cradle No. 1928 ..........
Mahogany Cradle I-. ................
Wardrobes, emal ................
Wardrobes, medium sle .............
Mahogany Youth Bed 3/0 .............
"Modern Mald" Gas Stoves, 4 burners..
Electric Stove, I burner .................
"Quictrez" eser .. ........... .......
Chromed Dinette sets .. ............
Chromde set-Ta~le P-4-1---4 chairs,
yellow .... . .......................
"Enterprise" Water Heater, 30 gals ....
"Fanser" Water heater,
t9ectric, 15 gla. ...................
"Farmater" Water Heater,
electric, 12 gals ...............
"Breckfaster" Toauters ...............
"Sharrott" Touaters, semi-automatic ...
Sofa-Glider, Metal, Bhott No. 232 ......
Aluminum Folding Chairs No. A-0 ....
Metal Rocking Chairs for garden, Shott
Folding Wooden Rocking Chairsn .......
Folding Wooden and Canvas
Chairs No. 776 ....................
Mahogany Desk 30x42" ............
Mahogany Desk 26x3" .................
Mahogany Desk S32x4" ................
Modern Bookcase ......................
Easy chair for desk ..................
asy chair for office ..................
Revolving Chair with arms .............
Table for typewriter ..................
Metal desk lamps .....................
Standing Ashtray ...................
"Halerafter" HI Record changer ....
U"Illeraft" Radio, Model No. 5R-60 ..
"Hallicrafter" Radios, Model No. 5R-81
"Hallrafter" Radios Model No. 5R-232
L I .Jtt et&fof battery
53S l ,.,- .. ... -................
lkftlr"1 o N0 TW-500 ......
a0 wing Machine
.a ti e ) ...........
4' g Machine
(One thousand stitches) ..........
"New Yorker" fooeet Sewing Machine ...
Lamps, cling, wall lantern-type. ...
Knitted straw 1', 14", 16" for chairs.
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ALCOHOLICS ANQONYMJ Houses 1 Apartament.

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; Hapo hold ,-, AutoipobUies
FOR oga dil4ag FOR SLi'-195 e wle
roe fpOli.wltre. -Ilond. Phone door Mdn, tires iraeically ndw.
5o-01 p Ia a..i 4pe.m. x p t lt condhan,e
g o h-- i yfor aoat$950. SMO IW
FOR IALI,.-Gp stove,. 4 burn- N" ICUTr', A.. C
eo*, ad ga drawer. very good -
condilon. 47th Street and Uru- FOR SALE:-1941 Ford Seenr.
*upip-No. 9,- good tronspotntein. iet offer
I 'Phone 2.3169.
FOR SALI--Fin. bedroom set. FOR SALE:-1950 Cmer Pick-
made by Cowes. Jumto Aroseme- up, good for fishing and hunt-
io Avenue, No. 66 or 34-52, l. bhas four tires and wheels, no
new number, spers. engine in gopd shape,
FOB SAL like a clock. Only $0. See this
FOR SAL:-Refrigeraer 9.-eu. bargain at SMOOT 1 HUNNI-
ft. Westinghous $50; kitchen CUTT S.A. Phone Coln 800.
table $10; chrome dinette lot -- .-
545; front room bamboo set FOR SAL:-SpeeIal Buy. 1947
w.end tables and coffee table Buick Super Convertble Coupe.
mvholgany $70; bedroom set tires fair. geoed buy for only
75; okher household teams. 249. Excellent transpeotetien.
Call Bolhoa 2-2944 or 1S23-J See this berain at SMOOT &
Gavilan Rood. HUNNICUTT. S.A., Phone Co-
----------------lon 800.
FOR SALE--Ses: 9-plea, 6- FOR SALE: Bargein. 1950
strond rottoealvng room $200; Buick Super Coupe in excellent
9-piece bleached mahogany condition, tires good. radio, new
dining room $300: 7-piece ms- seat coven, only $700. SMOOT
hogany bedroom $300; 9-ft. re- & HUNNICUTT, S. A., Colon
frigerator $75. Phone 3-5366. 800.
FOR SALE:-1950 Packard 4-
FOR SALE:-Metsl bed spring door sedan, new point job, tirea
Sand madas,,shle 12.50. g ad. o on.e owner, excellent
0315 Pl ar Street, Balboe. Tel. b' uy for only $495. SMOOT &
2-340t. .HUN CUTT, S.A.. Colon 800.

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CENTER JERUSA EM -(Up)- DIscov The topmost building s a dwell

S.S C rI A L sad-bee y Israeli archlogt in perid of the Maccabees-167-135
SCOLD WAVE h lains something of ter C. This buildingcniss of three
S. character of this ruler, hated by all rooms surrounded by a cor-
ne w b' Jews and Christiansh Aike. or and flanked by six larger
SThie ace of Crinthia col three on each side.

,mursoy n, e d bt d she hose e.odXr o h w ore paved with mosaics in
dey lbar'.ai eHitler'sid retreats.t eegaden metric designs a black and
ie n bolt lhei t 1.29 ThI.to d r wIhThese are the earliest mo-

O f.th. a ew s RoLna fetrace afoutdon thIsrael l. e a
t louh he adjacent to te ead Sea ith a rics found in d s tras

ifrd. U.el .n eril, os b out derne maeposb- wy.
1 Fotr 0.t. .Ronrel sheer drop of 1,000 feet on three s of wood
t heifrn1l"Ies nl. aides. sHerod, who rule d Jud .;n -'Te house is adorned with Ionic
JIM TitsSSlere is h he semi-circular
i9 BI Wagt Oki homa L S*N* I*ratclu n frogr d of the house from
D8Vj, 'nethe w 12 1 -ti. ch one ha a clear bird's-eye
U1m .. n ear t tea ou tew of the Dead Sea and its en-
bes lvad.^ -roup o 'stone about 20 miles -away. A
Fran ci*H C 6SCO T i archeological e x j08 hiding staircase built of wood
somi-formal dance will be representing the 'Israel rDeart. he ne leader from this terrace
i by Loss Cas oh club nextlment of An tlei,,,. the Hebrew the lower level. This staircase
SSturday ght n obfr-Univenity mT srae or. ases through rock and is in.vis
of its anniversary. -tion Society was able to reach the he outside. It leds to
duwce will be held at the top of this rocky plateau this rocky plateathrough latform which stands a
a o VVIa del Mar. San ran- ancient rpentl path re- round structure formed by two
aferc. Ialeta and.w tl fea- paired by the Israeli army. Food concentric circles.
t Music by Victor Boa and hbl and supplies were hoisted up to From thi second level don,
ti ram the top by a windlass rom i steps loned down to the lown,
.tk man for the club lssd This same Masada rock was the rad which s ron e I
b tween.? C n a st frtress to faU. into If hands level from which there i. a
*. r a s". te hrio oteL *" fo b o sheer drop on three sides. The
N through the night, of the Jewlsh Roman wir of t6 surface of this lowest level was
S T. O 70 A. D. f Jt 96e1 efenderl cormitr enlarged by vaulted structures
wrt s -in- 't.d MA e I n lei a Aril, TA "bult underneath to make possible
r l turn S The ancient fortress was appar- the construction of .a hall nine
Sseetlym thrrounded !by~ lhshand nine yards wide surrounded by
Son oklhomo towers o the top of e rk. It columns four yards high. The col-
a seemsouts uns are fluted and built of sand-
a-ad A. D r T ai ws cultivated. Groups of stone drums covered by plaster.
rat Ind AM. Davo. David.sonrbuings covering 20 acres are Their capitals are of a nearly
blo a eisht, h. ret.. aned scattered over the top ft the rock. pure classical Corinthian style.
af er six g ehts o r.tne-I All the structures were built
aum er reserve-koffhces during the first two centuries In the southern corners of the
straining at Fort il, O a. B- C.-nd the period of Herod hall are two large pillars decorat-
trang at For t m was ield Otk the the Great. ed with plaster imitations of typ-
ical Herodian stone dressings. ee
atery and Guided Missile Wetod's palace was discovered balustrade which surrounds the
O er- . the nOtherm' nd of the rock. hall had been pointed in frescoes
UNGr Iltt The structures -o this ted of the of many colors. The ornaments
ESTLINE, 0r --( ).--" MN aortes were built in three tiers, are geometric patterns and imita-
f wESTLINE. w. Vedding uin htost be-me level with the tions of marble. A Roman soldier
s ag.i a aiyaieuk Wet assufce and the ether two scratched his name in Greek char-
lays sep. *b1" b t bdut and 14 yards down, re- actors on one of the pillars. The
plantinmia.on eeef l .sepectively, jutting out of the sheer hall as surrounded by spacious
detSey S .. of the rock like steps, corridors.
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Tas aaiuac***pfl-aBa-i*

Caron afe tav-si themselves a
0ad double-dtp pe-cream adneM, In
g for oB of $he numbm in
The w6th Citury FoxP mulhl ro-
aMd color by De Luxe, also stars
i ItNr., a"d.has been produced by
rdid by Jean Negulesco. It opens
I fleMn. Advt.

and Mdlrs leeaoM, prftI gSJ0,
wiluf, tie abdeN Rge yor
copy now AGiECIA 1TR.,
S.A.,r Phe. Peaem 2 lI-19.
FOR EALI-L.P.ect l,
elcel d. popular. 10% db-
sountl, AGINAS DIAZ, 7ITt
Stnre No. --A,

FOR SALE: Royal 16-moge-
sine movie camera, 1,9 loen,
like new; Argue CS 35mmi
camrea. flash attach., telephoto
olens and come, like new. Make
offer. Call 83-4144. 2210-B
DON'T change your refrigerator.
We will paint It any calor you
desire and it will be like nevow
Ancen Avenue No. J4-48, Tel-
ephone 2-3309.

FOR SALE:- 1951 Kaiser de-
luxe w/radio & overdrive $400
or best offer; 19-ft. cabin cruis-
er without meter $40. Call 2-
2944. 152J-J, Goviln Road.
Seuo& %ls f. ,paslng hl..,
publi, will be reived until
10:0 a.m.. August 26, 1955.
in the ffice of Suporloteondeo
of Storehouse. lalbe. for
scyt*ie blade and etntk loet-
ad t action 's," teloeploMne
2-2579, revolvingR bin, watch.
mokern' -baMik nd lathe, wol
Werol", 0es 8, mad *miAr,
micro-et, pwibe dalr, dining
and leadkin eeflme end em-
beseMli- mechibe hlcated at See-
Hiow 'I." teIol 1.-2720;
uNed at o ,Il" and Cris- .
bo eItratwo0 t etlepho" pg
126,5,InvitrtWi 1e. 186 l Kev
be eA4aned frem the obeve
Mairce. f" ehm offl e of S.
porinteadnt of Storehomes,
telephone 2-I81S.

Universly in Utah

Shows Steady Boom

Real Eerni
WE BUY. Sal en Man m Reel
Esteto. "The I- et ,
Cathed PleWr. P zW& Tela
ple 2-0857.

FOR SALI--lleroin, 4-mom
house 2000. Credit. Ca I-
The meot for your money $5850
will buy two-bedroom masonry
bungalow. Alse. we have a two-
bedroom mssanry bunoetw with
2/ e2 cresofland, only $1l0.0.
Good finaclng. Cotect TROY
HAYES. c/o A. F. WHITE, Real-
tor. 195 9th St. No"th, St. Pa.-
tenrbure, Floride.

ad hours In Arralin. Col 3-
4607 from I to 5.

Try FlashighM Test

For Soiled Carpets
CHICAGO -(UP)- All that's
necessary to determine when .your
carpet or rugs.need a professiolal
cleaning is x small-focusing flash-
Get M- your hands and knees in
h heavy traffic area. Spread the
carpet ik with your fingers and
shine Ught Bnto the gap.
ClOah aperts. say there will
b a r" band along the upper
portilof the. fibers. This is the
,aeospberi soil which is dulling
. 6a.pt's hue.
flu 'bal extends half
depth of the fiber, it's timo for
Froessional cleaning. If tto soilI
evel is more than half-way, the
case is considered urgent.

Ancient Brooms HNow

Collector's Items

NEW YORK -(UP)- A new

PROVO, Utah -(UP)- Prei- broom sweeps clean, they say. But
dent Ernest L. Wilkinson forecasts an old broom just might sweep
that Brigham Young University. you up a brand uew vacuumn
already the "largest church-con- cleaner.
necked institution of higher learn-
ing in the country," will have a One manufacturer (Lewyti will
student body of 12,000 full-time stu- trade new cleaners for antique
dents by 1963. cleaning implements which vill go
in its museum of old cleaning
The university, owned and sup- gadgeLry.

po eUro Dy me Laiter-oay namrs
Church' since 1950 has gapent
or specifically budgeted $16,200,000,
for campus and plant expansion
and Imptovement.

Ben E. Lewis, director of cam-
pus planning and development,
estimates that $10,000,000 more
will be spent in the next eight
years to accommodate the con-
stautly-increasing enrollment.

The company says it habi just
acquired a broor. believed to be
130 years old. Made cf logs. bolts
and corn shuecs. it belonged to
Brown Darr, Atkins, Ark. Darr
said the broom had been in the
family since 1325.

Fencing Is Termed
r.. .Cl am A*:

-op riure Mia
More than half of the p iusenti na
student body, now over 7,000, By VIVIAN 8ANDE
comes from outside Utah. Call. NEW YORK (UP) America's
fornia, with some 1,000 students, fencing -queen says more women
has the largest out-of-state repre- should take up thy, sport for fun,
sent tion followed closely by Ne- health, grace and beauty.
vadA Idaho and Oregon. "The woman Who fences for
Although 16 different religions health and fun may never cop a
are represented on the hilltop bunch of medals," said Mrs. Max-
canipus in northeastern Provo, ine Mitchell, 37, of Los Angeles.
more than 97 per cot of the stu. "But she will improve her pos-
dents are Latte-day Saints, ture, her spirits, grace and


Cleamp an 4electric teaieary
Keep a semaf a i ar
of pllver peAWh. c p
remove ,, taa b

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= flatware. w you a l M
If you change the cdor A your

or po furniture the contents
Iht's ,L o wWC an

Try dMifnS'br-vetabe
of i-oS Ila- of chive
cheese until c at then. blend in
maonayln w Am 4reasing is

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tersy around
rthe t rlanZ
driper a$ SM tissue
pat 8e, *gn meot
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e steel
I from

Mrs. Mitchell is a glowing testi-
monial for her theory. A tall beau-
tifully proportisned woman, she
was Pacif i Coast champion.
Since then, she has w e 0 etate
ectional -0d na oaa titles, and
,the P rAtdca -mpios.hip-
tar w.9d She .recently success-
W dnd hber national title at
a e.1. New York, r
ie participated the 19
Olympis' at R4snki. finihlIa
But in one match she a
fe~a 6 *e urgent world ttlrehold
oE, ngy s Ilon leeck.
of the foils itead
mte '.r/1' ,ke tiUtle aain h'tF71
to aatwins If she wins, alw wil
be _flrst American woman to
bold t world championsip.
Mn Mitchell. an engineering
dramanm by profession can beat
mqo',-ren including her husband

diSmaple met. six years ago,
wliB or Mitchell took fPc-
MB Maxine. Her bus-
bae ,ngu e .a recreation eader
on abke t Go aa d teaches at
an an ti~ a cub the couple rue.

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ATTITIOM- 4.I.I Joe balk
ImalghedMans- -al1
9w ftmajpe 3-4 1.
Made funimbld or uafuniad
spemmatnt. ProfMieiol effIce
end elr seedllerdh veHablo.
AlhIqmbnk Offlu, Oth Strae,
Pho.n 13M, Celon..
FOR RENT: Apartmmt. Buy
furnishing., get peoaeso. 4-C
Stairwell, 14 Miller Aps., Ti-
eli Avenue. .

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NOVY 4A$'4418 1 4X
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Tse) t eS. Clabpatilew
TWielptwii bi4, 19h i .

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Zhtod es-m PhmoW.flbieSOO.

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Sex Reversals W

ANN ARAO, Mich (UY) hDois and edicjal t eaeei'
Sex reVesal as worIss if there these bmnftunate, "ela
no psiochemical or c ina t corstis" em nd
ba s4 r the chaatge,. a of wh .cm as
Dr. hip. C. auqm, Unv eratp w hgeo s nt
of i ia surge on. S *chpical S ae s rea.
Speo- who has a oral the abnqmal sex e
a ,tee uth who or t sPons le sfor 4 iemse-a."
se the f deeke to -cug saidthe UK sa t

s.e sh.old not apa d neauthe ase other s'
bue a surgeon has geon,' h commn,"aI t re.
emasculawtdhimY," he: de r. me-tthed ln ua atrorMuuree'
The "U-M r said ha wh thw .are',ivolved by "
ever .thlPo~esDr u betfd.for other m te dlOftlpEs t
o opesite sex tr.".
phywogiery e&-mr .itaye Surgeoec .p .... ,
.oN' Yi.ery._ .the f rm gtifacntory pI as ta e rson otv ...
tr~,~,~h e are *ftlUBewid. es operations "hqlp the VAn
femea tth pate tp in ando o d'... d I h o tt6A.Dr
tt-bafssbit heir eomrrnl$* di .
ease of the adci.golagd or the' But, be said. sUc msurtery.ld,
ovary.., not be ontused wtr .opgwrvit.e
' "RASuiwely sw" Dr. perdormie. en te ,t,, t
the haul. of- 4lp ..r amnerl4ytdisf individuailwho has a sqbl(.4q.
or0er. to somre at;.odff- to dress in" the'dotlSn o the1,

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 22' le ig'Ster
Sleeoop "Riptide," 8/e rlglg, 6-
kp. outloard auxilirW mortr.
cc oriee, selso W codHit
new sell. CR Bailw E-4320.
FOR SALiS.-Lnat e M 34
by I11.5. wle planked, cop-
per rifvb mo~nal fessened,
Chryler Retal "'Ye Dri" alI-
ley, gas stov, bunks iw, excel-
lnt conditlen. Bulk 1951. See
at Diable. slalbtha 3 1.

WANTlD-.- Vacetion qIrten
around 25 Sept. Respunible
working couple. children.
References fuuishad. Cail 2
2964. after 4.

Furniture Buying
Habits Outlined
CHICAGO -(UP)-. M0t people
buy a houseful of snturonly
When they get married-r get rich.
WhcWhb mamo, a spoklina for
tle trnlture. industry ay, that
most homemakers b fniture
for the whole house at a time only
once in their lives.
"It's more a matter of replace-
nment, either by the piece or by
the room, or of rebuilding funi-
tUre they already have," aid Gn.

frrniture to fulfill fam-
ily needs or to rep .e worn out
furnishing, not becausee the spirit
moves them.
"Most people exhaust all other
methods before they replace an
item of furniture" said Whiting.
"T h e y slp cover upholtered
pieces, rebuild and paint or re-
finish most other pieces."
The average upholstered piece is
good for between six and 10 years.
depending on the wear, and then
it should be "redone" or replaced,
he said.
"Appliances are different," said
Whiting. "After you've repaired
beyond repair, you just have to
get a new refrigerator, stove, or
He said It used to be difficult
to tell which room in the house
was "done over" most frequently.
But the answer is easy now.
"It's the living room," he said.
"And the reason? Television "

Groom Handcuffs

Bride After Wedding
Gerald Terry heard fellow em-
ployes at the Aetna Life-Insurance
Co. plan to kidnap him after bis
marriage to Clara Pick to separate
the two for some time.
So immediately tier the wed-
ding ceremony. Terry snapped a
p air of handcuffs on himself and
his bride and didn't unlock them
until they were safely away Infrom
his friends.
Husband Gets Deree,
Wife Ras A Baby
Melton Miller, had been waiting
for the day when his wife eould
watch him receive his degree.
Recently Miller donned cap aid
gown, headed for commencement
exercises at the University. of Ver-
But Mrs. Miller couldn't go. le
lef t at t same timrne for the m-
Nt t ward at Mary Fletec

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ra~g the, B Moh~torof Itunteadahm o
Broadway. But there reallypira-shpd fas coming
flowes in stone, like th one above. The brhO de4ouiaaramte
pposepd to give the highway's Uere a flae r* Sa!
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")3 4 vetersapn, stad-up-and-tell-okes come veed the current crop
f. 4M 1eene-: resa b= 1tf g-mlts."
S i.etytles t group. Whup e not eztjusdvely a
e of 't new brrad'of lilgtwolbt comedy. TV has ot-
Aw tal _f.ll ad the edltser. grter; TV doesn't smile en perfoners who simply tell
Je T lke Pow prarare, .
...a a ..
S ntroerted oU-scr.een, al-
j the t tinb. He'sbecome
the iulpted, king of the wee
h mr, an hl poulaelty is such
th oe currently flmini the
M refit ta movie about a
BIla Geedman. '
* What*ith' ls divie, his TV
work, his rasrds and his many
other operations, Steve. Allen will
gras uwards of 0o,e000 this
yea. Ad-.that's a pretty high
Figure am low pressure.
t:ABle b cesie along ten
ea.rs ago, chances ire he
wouldn't late 'mide much of a
namep for himsel He had 16pg ex-
apnmr4 rairo, with only moder-
ae- sttees;Students of costedy
saW4w oou~iiaw been "a bomb"
( L) Ia adeviile. BWit his st le
is pjrfetUy luited to thi new TV
M r af a type which ad-
he &g much to form.
Aitll 1 Steve Allen Is one of
t -to-e-a-comedian
t off-screen, al
of W e being a
x Mal aand
srta l esrre meet .. .. -
i a. hams hisz head
dowpt od on h ONE OF ISIBAt IS REAL: Benny Goodman (left) 'totleiu tuB
la. i a nevous with Steve Alien, who's starring a a movie abbut Benny.
etton in a
,.- tm-Sl,* ei And there are those ho, doubt After collegee and a brief, fl.
fnAnd there h
a whether Steve Alen 14 1 hme In the Ary he was medical

,i -his a more formal itght .n fame,- Jigh asariei
i. "The importadt tb Jn r and a marriage with the love
eto be tolerated," Steve hasr Ii.actress Jayne Meadows.
He feels 'dt his'pers6nality will Now there seems no stopping A
%e a*.r' je in a 'medium tat' Bts len. The only problem would ap
it, kpled W off top edmics quickrladli pear to be which way does he
icl celly. want to go. He obviously can con-
.tinue as a TV c6medlan and per-
Ste'/ was bdofn fb New York, sonality. He is an actor, with
iW t bruglt up by relatives in an appearance in a flop Broadway
f Oklcagb while his vaudeviwflia play and now his first big movie
tIotheif trouped. Perhap 'a .psl- part. He is a composer, with doz-
helogist would point to th es ens of published' songs. He is an
Sy irs, 'hed he lived in many author, with at least two books
r g oft homes a Ud 't.t erAifeCI mdny ready tfor priAting.
r A ehols, as the nWtof rhisnt, He' confesses to only one Un-
twt two' version. But it fr equally oosiftl fulfilled desire he would like
In. att b his uasI'*Ilb- to write a musical comedy, book
^flm'*h-is p e-f 't6 bt wInfgilt'p1b B 'to-tlh and lvrics.'The odds are he'll do
same 5 e*t'e. .. ,' .'.'I'3 ;' that, toe.

Mtf e-Enjoys, NewKitchens Threaten

..~Is NEW YORK -(UP)- Kitchens
Ps To Lose Identity
UW' wll look less and less like kitch-
teensu apreiCtarthe Gas-Appliance
tmrial- rbe j Manufacturers Association.

-l -t I popularity Wun Aurn manu -
SIe fbg. acturers. It says that what Is ahe
et b "e -the kitchen is even more I
a wve oimicl Marble table tops and marble than the changes already
trim Oi other p/see iB the _hgler
Iturly-trlent- e ..ee in.. thh erpThe association said top b
e.. hi.e's added Price brackets showed in profusion- ,,ll diap.a fo
*e Ditimeears show n neatly into S metal
9~ity to. elect mounted in the wall when
id associates, One manufacturer (Kent) use The refrigerator as w
at Oe a nd a with door a (Ken know it will aniu. *Se
7 d S s aesoli5vd with atrnis freezer and cold storage u
Sodias lters fad solidly with si p., A yut --will an Dn th
a Wt.of -a--il. ba.ded in bra. 'at e re islhW.
*fa d Thiver4ne and cremo were the
I BJ rt although many oth- Architdets probably wil's
A_ mlf l ^ in' ahrd"s wall aside just for the bu
l li. to including combination wasb
.i...I clothes-dryer.
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McCarty-Thetr Arts Photo
S I Jamen Cagey. coued In palames and mrob
Cogny ae I, iU fop k ia of the Captain in he film ventsi of
'"Mdbi lsto k.," offers esgesfle r seane in tie Warnr Irothern movie to
Mery.n L ay, whe dkoJctd .and landM Heyward, who pr~woded H., Hayward
-*I producd the itage verin "Misder Roberh."



m atory' rolden ag, If at e t in .
1 Lft fl aming go f etd 11u, Is s reprftOrty bd to th,
reen in all its spectacle and thrilla4n ColuMble Pictures'
new swashbuckler, "PIRATES OF TRIPOLI," starring Paul
Henreld and Patriela Medina today and tomorrow at the
. LUX Theatle.
A stbry' of bhlih excitement, flashing sward play and
rousing intrigue, -hose action takes place hi the 16l clcn-
tury, "Prat, i of Trippl" -relortedly deals with the exploits
of a Barbary pirate and a beautiful peIvApc a snd ter com- ,
h bnled efforts to retake her domain from a tyrant.
The action and suspense of "PIRATES OF TRIPOLI"
e has its beginning when Miss Medina, as the princess, per-
suades Henreid. as a notorious plritte chieftain, to help her
drive from her kiigdom the pillaging forces of her arch eh-
emy. John Miljan strikes first, however, sinking Henreld's
armada, an. 6e princes and the pirate mae a desperate
journey to Her cache o* Jewels In otder 1q bto1. the money
for new sipas. Mnjan raptures the girl and "hei buccaneer
aide concedes a bold .plan for counter-attack.
Eghlights of -PIRATES OF- TRIPOLI" are said to in-
clude an underwater" fle.t for sunken treasure; the barba-
ric sacking of a besieged, city; an entire pirate fleet sunk in
flames; the. jortuers of the Casbah wielding their ae-cret-
y.l.ding Instrumez.ts anr, a duel to the Ceathlbetween 'Hen-
relU afttd Millan with Miss Medina ahd her kingdom as the
Henreld as the fearless pirate and Miss Medina as the
exiled princess, are reportedly colorful and thoroughly con-
Svincin in their roles. "Pirates of Tripoli" was written for
the i'een by Alien Mtuch; the new adventure drama was
dfrectedby Felix Feist ar.d produced by Sam Cat~umanAdvt.

urners "
cove r ...
not inM
e now
,nits. in

l* on e on..
r andl1 Makes a dramatic m'jtion picture;- Release next
Wednesday at the CENTRAL Theatre.

VjivaeU LItermntional's "THU SNCX,." Joseph
Kramm's play which won the coveted Pulitzer Award In
peW at th CENTRAL next nWdphtMa,' :
ne large Last are Joe6 Firrer and June Ally-
.a. _,1*4u's screen c"''dits however, do- not stop at
_eo-e t taket. The ver-atile Mr. PFer- i also ca ed
for bow P evidenced by his direetiesl prowess Inandu6
the t r, mtic offering.
Sis .the. pooeWIul. dramatic try of4t
3BrS,- Wdirector, portrayed by Jose Ferrer, and his le-
une e, -Alyson. 6aW ime backstage Karay of MthWr
-a W Mu "anlage
ri ".-atr '"e 'f 'refd l nl W tteoe Ih ieir epect.d
SparofeMral S tes to t he x tate
l e il .iWdivdal statur.
0 : f d despair. he attempt to end his lie. Mxlmalgm
i_..n a ai mot to,~,e" oadsmt h se dj o
" . s We for h2n4tuidyse.
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. ups and LoJauots: 'Tere. was
reason spotc8 "career insurance"
uepiid hargaret U 'Brien Waiting,
until sh. was 18 for hek first screen
Mama Gladys, still guiding her
daughter on the set. of "GlOry.'
but deeper in the stage shadowa,e
eonfiled it: "We turned down a
lot of films .iP the last two years
waiting. for te right one. When
Margaret was 14, studios called It
the -omanic, kissing age dnd sent
us scripts. But a kiss at 14 isn't
for real. They were just kid stor-
les. This is an adult film-the one
we've been waiting for."
Television's .revival of the old
"Our Gang" comedies, inspired an
eight-year-old In Springfield Mass,
Sto write this letter to Gordon
Douglas, toe Warner studlti
director: '
"I can ac atas soed as Spank
McFarland aim I'm even fatter.
Why doa't you .fire bim and
hire me?"
Douglas directed his last' Oit
Gang comedy 20 years ago and
Spanky McFarland's now a balding
tobacco salesansa!
The Ray Geinan, Jr. about to bei
screen tested by Producer Andrew
Stone is the handsome son of
former stage headliners Ray and
Bee Goman. He was discovered by
drama coach Eda Edson at the
Gay Nineties in San Francisco.
Translating "Guys and Dolls"
for around-the-world audiences,
MGM's given the film titles for
eight languages. Some qf them: .
Spfnish.: "'EUllos Y Elas'.'-He'a
German: "Schwere Jungen-
Leicht Maedchen"-Tougb Guys
and Light Hearted Girs.!'
French: "Blanche Colombegs t
Vilains Messieurs"-"White Dovs
and Tough Gus."
Movie villain Alex Nicol. after
emoting in Liberace's first mnovief
"Even when I have something
mean to say in the script now I
:bid myself.smiling."
It pays to win an Oscar note:
Eva Marie Saint, who was paid
F7500 for her award winning per'
rman"ce In "On the Watertront,"
will endorse a check for $50,000
from Paramount. That's her salary
for co-starring with Bob Hope in
"King of Hearts."
George Gobel's eyebrows are
zooming over Paramount's mad
scramble to filid a title for his
first movie, a remake of "The
Lady Eve."
Right now It's a loss up between I
"Shy Guy" and "The Bashful
Bachelor." but he's of the opinion
that it's a good picture and not a i
good title that counts. When I told
tGobel 1 liked "Shy Guy," he said:
,"Well, if sonicbdly doesn't. we1
have 140 other title0.'
Nick Castle dance direct-r on
the film. is sold on the comic as a
hoofer. Says Nirk: "He learned a
tough three iHk Ai half minute soft
shoe routine with Mitzi Caynor -in
less than three ours
Production eredv for Kirk
Douglas' first independent thii,l
"1The Indian Fighter," carry the!
line: "Casting Superiswun ty Anne'
Buydens." That's .Mrs. Druglas
and she really did the job
"I knew she was going to work
out fine," says Kiri, "after she'
okayed ME for the title iole" I
Te J. Trinidad Villa billed be-
neah Gilbert Roland'as .ame ,on
"Treasure of Pancho Villa" is
Villa's 32-yearolds Np wwt
the Mexico Cit e
he plays a Federd al ty
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Oerheard M the .Bandbei s
"Me's not 'M 41 foal s he u edsi:t
to be." -GetStlt asmaMr? "N, fou
thinner." 'No ext
Agents for Michael Rennie are 0f
telling castihg offices the British the
sta Fs hankerng to hit the western bre
trail ia a hoes opera.

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the best native thoroughbreds in training at present
Will dispute the $2000-added purse and beautiful sil-
'ver trophy over a distance of one mile.

The track pays homage to the
r Don Antonio Anguiola with
s event. For years, and up to
S time of his death, Don Anto-
M was the owner of the largest
tng of acers at the local track.
h ardent turfman and wealthy
cattle rancher was cut down by
e assin's bullets along with
apit Jose Antonio R e m o n
2. The President died that
light while Don Antonio
d away several weeks later.
ve champion RiquL, now
ik n his best form. appears to
head and shoulders better then
opposition. For this reason,
rack handieapper has ordered
eluded from the betting in
Sssic event. Riqui will race
Spurs and trophy o n I y.
ndable Ruben "Caliche" Vas-
Iwi guide Riqui.
n Goyo. La Enea, Jachalin
the Golden Tap-Golden Won-
ntry complete the list. of
uled starters, All of these
als, with the exception of
en Tap, have been perform-
Sther best recently and
d stage a battle royal f or
eoney or even surprise the
nuel Ycaza, returning from a
-meet suspension, will be in
Goyo's saddle. Jose "Paco"
0vo will handle La Ene a'_s
~eans. Fortunate Hidalgo Jr. will
oot the speedy Jachalin. Kin g
fores has the leg uo on Golden
ap and Alfredo "Chinito" V a s*
iut wil coax Golden Wonder.
SThe secondary attraction should
e a mu more thrilling event.
Ieatt classic winner Turgot re-
n to aetion against such stars.
5-Bar s Royal, Blakemere, Fol,
aY:a lynMn and Leyden. An y
eofthese uehedued starters
oid grab thie rinner's share of
The stud ~otellmar's speedy
S to_-_ pp to a four-
flnt,,gpot, victory in
,atured $0.' sen ftrlong
t yesterday.
-R n "Ciallahq" Vaaques took
*ch ceasn tte ato. He gotI
S t oa to -a I& start
S teigjIpto a I ol leg ad aupd
all the to0th%

anr palotion to ake show
ey. Poalplo, Mon Maker.
o and Fan Itrail in that
Chispeante was the mutuelas
favorite and returned $4.4A per
wn ticket. Bugaba led an upris-
Sby' longshots to pay $33.20
jer Juicy win odds were En-
iw` 'as $19 and ,ranero's
t tB ateo Hldalgo Jr. aid Ru-
SV4queo shared saddle hon-
with three viotoriss each.
,-The dividends:
a $10; 5.20L 4. "
ucha $5, 4.40.
rican Maid $60.
t-Supper Gir $3, 2.80.
Anoer Puliar $6.
Double: $17.30 (Gensd-
F *-Nobbserook) 316M0. Nobbs-
eieek was scratched after the
fiet race.
stina (Excluded from bet-
gaba $23.20. 4.60, 2.20.
gla $3.40, 2.20.
rlota $2.20.
One-Two: $4L.
'l-arilu I.60., S, 5.20.

2-Consentida $3.20, 3.
3-Candelaria $4.80.
Quilnlela: 121.
1-Curazclefta (5.20. 3.60, 2.60.
2-Que Lind o $5, 2.30.
3-Don Pitin $2.80.
--Granero $15.60, 6.80, 3.40..
2-Clprodal $7.80. 3.60.
3-Gay 8pot$ .80.
1-Expliclto $3.60. 2.60, 2.20.
2-Greco $3.40. 2.20.
3-Courtly Prince $2.20.
Second Double: $64.60.
1-Pugilist $4, 4.20.
2-Amat $4.40.
Quiniela: $.4f.
1-After Me $5.;0, 2.40, 2.40.
2-Lifeboat $3.60, 40.
3-Lazy Brook $4.00.
One-Two $10.0.
1-Chispeante $4, 3. 2.20.
2-Barlyon $4.40. 2.20.
3-Don Cuto $2.20.
1-.-Encachada $19, 7.40. 3.40.
2-Grande Dame I $9, 4.20.
3-Neaseliffe $4.80.

Omphroy Tennis

Tournament Play

Continues deay
The Omphroy tennis tourna-
ment continued today, weather
permitting. Matches are sched-
uled to go on almost all day, be-
Ingi held in Panama at Om-
phroy's Tennis Court at 93
Seventh Ave., San Francisco de
la Caleta.
Starting off the day, George
Motta wll oppose ames
Douhtide at 7:30 a.tn. Tihe
schedule for tnle rest of the day
Is as follows: q:15, Monte Motto
Clbarrio: 9:00. iden

Alvin; 3:00 pm., a rl Omphroy
Plays William Arthur; 3:45, Joh
Maduro opposes Irving Om'n
phroy: 4:30, BIlls Coates va. Bob
Johnson; and at 5:00 Fernanco
Bradley and Paul Harper will1
round out the day.
In Colon there will be one
match taking place. Cyril Old-
field will play Carlton Taft at
Sn hour. sultin their conven-
Monday afternoon will also
find a few match in action.
In Colon, Creslia Guardia will
oppose winston. Yearwood. In
Panama at 4:00, thoe. n r of
the Webb Hearn- Bzd Stroop
match will play the wlant of
the Fernando Bradley-Paul Har-
per encounter.
At 4:30 the winner of the Car-
los Eleta-Lloyd Alvin match will
be playing against the winner of
the Rudolfo Allen-Geoilo Doug-
las match.
Immediately following, the
winner of the Achille Petit-Hunt-
ly Dunn match will meet the
winner of the Irving Omphroy-
John Maduro match. At 5:30 the
tennis day comes to a close with
the winner' of the George Motta-
James Don htrldge match play-
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1-Wle" Wr- e F. e O 110 Tlly far back 0I *ho. wn the National Leagu 1A1,.
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Thi e J. P"goa ive, -wor e$ here e:4 b kAmeri C 1
-oll irl Y 15 e arl tpeed o a O 1 0 w as theensation of the wineIphla
o-lpono M. ur m 12 4 league with the Santurce club. IAioha I(2) I
7--Zaratustx R. et .116xi-- ope SoW noths -o Ala 1 BL M CLUB .. ........ . ---- J
8--VFlmbaro M. Hrly 110Wbu m pay off 3 KpLA7S yo FT PP PTot. The now re-nsustriction ma" Im An
9-OurFancy X ,:100--oud b close uj 3- RayCde.i 4 0 el sISy.M. akpaInelii an M 3 00100 ,
fo e"e le t lLawior 1 0 1 jar leader with more t tU 001000 1
.yr.1d.ofex1perience. It was8 Chi0 0 g h 0 2 4
Richard MorrI 3 15 2 2t Linmi5,Bhmuhl. (4) W cnaft
--.- r....... ... Ph. ... . I I because some of their smaller "--"- ,, icef oco.r.-. _-mb Etk,
ON-TWO Robt. athgeber 4 0 4 3c .()WP-Buh
b R F .a sNI-TWO 57t"..CJames.Se 2. o 7 clubs with llmlted-budget' are WP-
QU .Al1es an hrd fthco mpo the to -er __..-the
1-College Girl M. Ycua 107 --Could go all the way 2-1 oeo. Fltzgeral d 0 0 0 w le t er clsorp w t hreb ghet dpteare Pt at Brook ly
2-Ylpono M. Hbrley 112 -NotUinl to recommend .-1 tihirclub for the bg egue eoSS2hied rain). n
3-J de I Cruz 0. de Le6 116x -Wide open contest .10-1 otals 11 I 1 7 super-stars. fa at New York
4-Volador A. 0p 120 -Reurns from" layoff 4-1 b.m R l 1
5-Avivato IL Ruiz 112 --Sould be close u 3-1 8C R BY QUA RTZ in effect, the ow rule pre- oab a in.j .
$-White Meet H. Ues 112 -CloSd elt In Isa 1rm3- 6 -18. 14. 12-75 14lt1 t-7e n itchclutm from "buy- Cln uati at St. Louis (N)..
7-Plola R. Yc ah 116x-Depends on start 3-l .Coach Jim Reece's mblem inrne & enat" 1 eninhg the ,
8-,Enrlauet J. Phillla 110 -Returns from layoff 30.1 Club wo a 37-20 victory overuper s to elr bean s
..........o r tthe Coca Colar teaad -c, alsoleachd r t .".-7 l EslCks 1l
Fourtfi R Nti -- P,.Pv 527e. -.p Ponl Ce 2:20 Coca Col-a teaPm. T wl he Citr' g tede (, t ,
QUINIILA. close and- hard fought with the two .oe*.r44WVt, the TL1 4
I-Mu.eco....Ruiz 115 -Should -- lo4-1exception qf the third-quarterLaslftlucans .dtoed
2-FI S-_uec --ueo arva ua qu ery ed the Coca Cola team 12 to2. u n- "
aa FHida go 10 d-GbOUI eary seed 10-1 Il intrMon for C1ca Col a s adureper )i a
1-kland J. Bravo 118 -Formd. Indicates even Ta1 Jim Stcy. frm 2 3 8i .en cys P ".--I t LI s S Tt
-ord Btador J. Phlips 1108 -Depends on mood I-1 Chr2s 1 1 5 The _ew rullesewereCa ue.ounJ ToClw ,17 1S 41 ,.
7-Slxaold A. sunchez 113 -Has strongestvea in 3-2 Robert Ra 1 eber ith am e or the U. major 0 0 0

4--New righton H. Rui 111 --Bet. hanee, in mud .John herald 0 0, 0 0 leJaume. payr_ reprsentatives rWILlDCAT"00
1-Don(Tiger's Tovo M. Ycaza 110 -Back in beat fhrms2-1 PLAYS Tot TP 4 9 t afteran o win ter ball be le eldo 0 1 1 13
2-La Enea J. Bravo 121 -Jockey will hel 3Kit ClimberT 0 0 0 r t k 5 Waton 1 1 4 3

el tor O C~ -e 0.n ...- Pte *1
3-Jachali F. Hidalgo 116 -Ditance too langrlpeed 101 Warren Ahton 1 1 Potter n Roa ho .
4--oldenTap R. ViFlques 123 -ould soreongest in debut h even ank tewarta4 0 r 5 9 fed se otal 1 18 C
--(GCro.Wonderl MA. VYiuez 104 -Racing to to eent even I erb one dt 6 5 1 17 mnatie of the leae W
-lro quf R. VaHuuey 124 -Exclused fs m ettingy X30 Mike O'neilll 00 0 0 countries p with BbralAD GES to.
of the w laniticng for ws Eheeo 10 2 2 w
RIQUI excludedrom betting. Total i 11 7 7 29 I fthe Chicatb hbAd 0 o0 0
-- Wille Miranda of the w Mn 4 2 10 IM
PAN. CANAL PrLOTS Orioles. Each native pV.- P5ranth 1 2 11 Vta
Slit Rtee "I" Imp. 4a PIe. Pure $75.00 -- Peal Ciesse 430-- _In FT F Tot howevernd. me of .the rier 1 0 2 0
UINIFIRST RACEOLA. IAOUBLLE AL 13 0-A 1 2n the fourplayr Life et ed iuotu 0 1 1 1
U PLATM O y 4 0F 4 a signed Kefr toner techclubam pla gota onett 1 2 11
1-Alabardk s R. Hurley 116 -Droopped in asors 10-1 Walt Brown 3 2 3 86 without r center 4 18
2-Lord Basur P lipn 110 -Would pa nd e oddsr 1-1 wi a French 4 31 1 5 elThe new rules were a eso Total .17 7 13 41
3-Tempe stad A. VRuis 118 -L4kf tvealitg 3-2 JlMrden French 1 0 1 orn defeat for the U.S. with jor 18
4-Newbrlghton H. Ruizv 111 -Bet c ne Itan ermud 5- Tom PJo mantle 3 I 0 8 I grleaue player representatives WILDCATS
5- (Royal Claim R. Ycasa cl1x-DIstance to liking evef --------- who demanded that all restric- PLAYER- PG FT PP Tot.
I6--(Tiger'I Teeth M. caza 120 -Lhoosld, beat thie. even Tta rald 1 0 50 tiona on winter ball be lifth the dited. Delgaon o 0 1 1
S -e mYonteer -1Ke rs with pproQUARTS"- p Conner 1 r at the wke
S "" Im, --4 '- e "40oo Peel Chep 1OR-. -38 art did yeo an work e ..the F ka n
COND RACOF Cmbr mlns two re Cumbpoint. High s rers for Ob sillione f B t d ulton
1- 19edetor 0. Ynche 108 -4No .hexuse last 15-1 Herb hmd nd ran tew-, slxe. ers. t 2I2
34---N txiouge C. Carvalhez 10-.4- t t e c- up 3-1 4 10
v-N iutga dl.Gior 103 -13 o pe-dearly speed V-t y-xden V. Catmo 218 -Potter d nChroa 4.1
4-Fellac. R. Voque o110-Cwould cre in debut1a. Enrique 11 -t ean tyr 5l-1 w h o24 12 1 se
1ol d 112 -akes fr sarlt n adhw0-1 r=8 0r1 08scoreda2s go 26.hS. 8. 5. Them-
5-Dof2akemtri V. Ortega 112-Mkettersfirt str-1 3-1nrke 6 0 4 17 Pan Cankl Prloti are now with- wno iNZs7
6-Crown Pearl M. Ycaav 108 -Showng improvementter 3 -- Pmninotter 4 1 Ru In one game of the league PsARs G Se
7-Oro Purio Mp n Hrly a 1 -Doesnt eem likely 30-1 JasKnight 0 0 0 0 championship with Gibrat v a F r r T
--r----f Tot 11 6 8 28 Lte waiting for them to help. Reece 10 5 3 25
lierth toes "I" Imp. 14 F, Purs, $550.00 Pool Clem44014o In the second game of the 4&rbler 1 0 0 a
U e .Pe P e GIBRALTAR LIFE afternoon Gibraltar Life edged Uodrigue2 3 2 5 &
.IL-PLAYER- PG FT FP Tot. a crippled Keystoner team play- Robnett 3 0 3 4
1-Dark Sunset R. Ycaza 115x-Dropped in class 10-1 Walt Brown 3 0 3 6 Ing without their regular center Iftrbara 8 2 4 IS.
2-Sally Spruce A. Valvidia ll6 -Ran wel in. last 3-1 George Case 0 0 4 0 by' the scare of 29-28. Will En-' Reynoidg 1 0 1 3
3-lUperuna J. PhIllipa 120 -Is in-end-outer 10-1 .Lewis French 4 3 1 11 gelke and Ranty Potter-led the
4-2Blpire Magic H. Rui z103 -Good early foot -14 Warden French 1 0 1 2 scoring fdr the Keystoners with Totals 26 9 16 *1
5-Bar One J. Bravo 1o0 -Usually slow starter 0-1 Tom Perantle 3 2 0 8 17 and 9 points. Gibraltar was The. Badgers moved Into un-
6-Febrero -U V. Catillo 118 -Looms u sure thing even Curt Fitugerald 1 0 0 2 always behind or tied with the disputed poeauseon at fcit
7-upa~glrop M.. yaca 112 -Seems, main contender 2-1 1 Keystoners until with approxi- place by beating the Nawkeyes
Totals 12 5 9 239 mately one minute to go they 41 to 19, while the Wildcate were
R-ace. "C" l- 7' Pise $50.00 -O Psl Chess 5: 15 CORN BY QUARTERS forded Into the lead by thtee 10id" to the Wolverines 61 tI
N1i0tk-Rm C Imp. --- 7 F. _e1.0 P Close 5:15 -. 14-14, 22-21. 28-29 points and held on to yin by one in an overtime game. Thelab-
I 1-TWO Las Cumbres minus two regu- point. High scorers for Gibrnl. sence of Bacot and Fulton sead
1-:Xsdir A. V~sauez 415 -Unbeaten; ,seeks third 3.2 lars were crushed by the league tar Life were Lewis French 11. ously hampered the flawks In
2.-.Cdasnerte 'V. Phillips 10= -Disappointment thus far 10.1 leading Pan Canal Pilots 50-29. Tom Perantle 8. and Walt Brown their effort 'to upset the Badgc
3-,Oyboftder M. Zeaza 106 -Ne excuse in last 11 Herb Schmidt and Frank Stew- six., era.
4-C. Rouge G. Sanchez 120. -Usually close up 3-1 *
5-.MsJta J. Bravo 118 -Back An good form 2-1 5-Turgot R. Vasquez 115 -Will fight it out .31-
6-.-oatlnovich F. Hidalgo 103 -Will force the pace 3-1 6-Lexden V. Castillo 118 -Always dangerous 4-1
7-Eodoaiftl M. Hurley 113
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To aeh "A&I" Imp. .A Mile PuraS IQOO00-Pool Closes 5:40 I-Don Popo A. Enrlque 212 -Unknown quantity 5-1 d 5 5i
I1-Barge Royal F. Hidalgo 106 -mula go -all the Way 4-1 2-survey S. Carvajal Dx -RatW good chance 3-2 DUif.tyorl.ugis -5 at
"I-nkeamere G. Sanches 1231 -Better jockey now 3-1 -2noreida 0. Prescott 108 -Goed early speed 4-1 WL f
3-Fol I J.- Bravo 115 -Was never better 3-2 4-La Pamprnlnl H. Ruiz 105 Has down nodila 54- so Goal ^W
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ftaLit am oi ofr lt, eMey t comeo-
a tait w emost operators in baseball today.
I lagthe istadlua from a gent not one baseball an,
ttepo ly ever a have heard. of-a tcaa
ga l,, etill, a lssKess#%aher than owneaW rs, 's
thea shouldn't be able to field winng
5 t*ht" a ll Ous Pan Is interested In.
I T tH emtitb r the Yask ea sto y among the
fair e e sters eadlla"ns. They ewe .
111 "to phaei enal farn prm.v
Intesatn *te t that name of their rlvtl
S rto^M heaairsm" TOppang explaaed.L
"lolt Pardoned- I be prays thatOne
.oft another DMagglio. .%T another
;Bhe l&M A 4,teams of the future will come out
iebrftt, where it seems saft to same, the owan
rt wre t n together Indith i to the welfare of their kin
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loItag a g .rad .,
-aa now SAW ware atttb in
cramped sm g t he Aus J
for .e 8 l'es to
WE to be w. up,
Swas irni g de and as thp
bus creaked Its way along what
Marty Marion had told you ear-
liek that caine to mid:
"Iti tougher to get a kid into
basbal t ?than it ever was,"
hef-.d.~ .I oly got ^t6. .
month when I started and things
haven't changed much."

move -anem out ahnna is their uereuw.
Me. Tryin to field a winner Is the pri-
o U-secondary. The mere possession of
*10: cheers. A sporting spirit, booked

artistic rewards over the years
cotton to bs fat outlay of time
tobe more dedicated to Rid Box
4 of curtailing his operations, he
e buyern I e ?ope, or bOdtM
mart and aeeh-am=VilW
adds more knowing men ta.bis
as a coming power, corresond-
atppwen that Boston and Detroit,
h some of the'most exciting and
SImroved, as well as improving
y true-of the other AL teams.
deeplt for the Indians to ign.
SDropo, who has been around for
'P"MWrn (Pappy) Byrne, dredged up
S ould be In the second division.
piaty mumore, and Washington,
= by-s noveltie in new territory, the
t ,lly to keep the Griffith family In
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Thtmpsos, who ru s rook-
lyh's talent getting operation,
check his player lst and
wonders where the new ow es
will come from.
Marion, the Chicago White Sox
manager, had spoken with big
league' authority and was in a big
league setting plush, gleaming
"ttbrtl hUlit Yankee f'tad in
NMw ebw.City.. > .
-Bt the- orneDl Dodgers' bus
seemed to make the poat sre
eloquently. For you can talk easi-
ly of what it's like breaking Into
baseball, but it never seems am
hard riding the buses in the Po-
ny League.
This ws Hbrsel, but It could
have been Thomasville, Ga.,. or
Rock Hill. S. C. It is the same
everywhere. It is Class D base-
ball a it -always has been and
here in 15 it shows no prospects
of changing any way but for the
It is the kind of baseball the
big-time needs desperately to
supply it with the b4lplayerd for
whom people Will pay money to

And it is the kind of baseball a
kid growing up in this era thinks
twice about before giving it a
Sometimes the first thought is
James De Stefano, an 18-year-
old centerfielder from Brooklyn
thought once about trying C l a a a
D baseball and then went out
and took a job wit# a utility corn-
Sany. He got Sm40 a month and
e lives at home.

The average gomwell ballplayer
INStID SIORY OF THE SYNDICATE... |get two che of as00each month
S O during the season. Out at them,
90 he pays for everything-his food,
Showusinag, clothes and If there is
SJ.anay-tn Jleft, a magazine and
WPt.t WID, IIM4tD CONTE ond movie ern oter.e. :
inIIPcos3t.That ist't ees venrtvnioe mbey
by today's standards- of an 1it-
year-old hash eat of high -school.
And baseball s. finding this out
ito a way that hurts.
'"Aay boy today who can get on
W atovatallg eta himself

Ml-t Fy flea s

ant -ma-t .e, lAs
ie I cut

it a plae sut as mil. The
yIts ,lry.uIsthesame asaNY
oher tace throughout the dimin-
eshing minors. There isn't enough

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ITs A SCRAMBLE- II the way in the minors for much as 8orneft' Jn who hea s back
to base to av0W pickoff play in dimly-lit park. Bit baseball worries more about those who
pass up minor teaIe te. .
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With Orne More Top Pitcher, Berra

Would Pick Tigers- As One To Beat


a second Inning squeeze play ti
the Y kees at. New York. W!
Pterl'A bunt to Yankee first I
to catcher Yogi Berra or the
The Yankees won the gan


Berra. was qsked which Olub he
believed wefd be the toughest for
the Yankees to beat.
Inasmuch as the erstwhile
Bombers' are in a knock-em-down-
and-dreg-'ef.out battle with the
White Sox, Indians and Red Sox,
Catcher Berras's reply was some-
What surprising.
"The Tigprs," said the squat
man who gives. the New York
club's sifns and Is in the best posi-
tion, to know about the other fel-
This despite the fact that the
Detroit outfit is not yet. in the
thick of the fight, only* on the
fringe. A
W1We1,". grunted Yogi," "I'd say
the Tigers if Bucky Harris had
one more good pitcher, one who
could win 15 games.
"The Tigers are the toughest to
get out. They score the most runs.
Why, their first three bitters -
Kuenn, TUttie. and Kallne have
more than 400 hits, and there's Ray
Boone batting them in with more
than 100, and at his best In the
clutch. "

T T T s have big -P ayep
Who a ft young," stressed Brrr .
4 1alInae, 20, leads boih leagues
in batting. Harvey Kuen: in 24,
hm Bubba Phillips and Frank House
c' Sam White is out kt ome i 25, Bob Wilson 16 and Bill Tuttle
hat- awry during the game with 28. Frank Lary, the club's slickest
white atLtmpted- to score on0 14m pitcher, is24. Billy Hoeft is 23,1
baseman Joe' Collins, who threw Babe Birrer 27.
tag. Umpire l4 Joe Paparella. The Tigers could use another
ne In the 13th inning, 3-2. pitcher, of course, and a second
(NRA Telephoto), baseman who can hit a bit more
...--T' .... .. consistently than Harrv Malm-
Sberg and Fred Hatfield.
-;*1+ kBut Ber could be right in the
w .ls i opinion that Detroit is the club of
the future.
Mickey Qwen considers Kaline
t 9 B the finest young player he ever
saw,- and the old catcher coaching
the Bosox has been around the
organized game for more than 20
S seasons.

Scatter Warm.up situation in the field. The trap Kafll e Is not thebig strapping
By WARREN PAGE target is always going away from fellow akyou expect to see when a
Shooting Editor you, and while that- synthesizes btter is tak liberties with the
the flush of an upland bird in a superior pitchers. He doesn't Took
For real shooting practice and majority of cases, it's those off. his sixfeet-one and 175 pounds.
a brrel of fun it takes two to beat birds, the grouse that busts Ka right fielding, throw-
play shotgun games with a hand- back straight over your head, or Ing and base running matches in
trap.. And only two, though if you the quail that buzzes off to the batting.
want to make a real party of it side about six inches over the "You'd suspect that he'd been
there's no reason why half a dozen brush that a man needs practice around for 12 years Instead of
shotguliners can't .get in on the on. This man, anyway, two," says Owen.
deal. And there is no way, include. "No one'could learn baseball
ng t he formalized scattergun With a willing and ingenious that fast. It's just natural skill."
games like sheet and tray, by operator on the hand trap you can
which a man can get in any bet- have every possible live-bird tar- Young Kalilne has the good sense
ter gun-pointing warm-up before get to bang at. Fast, slow, straight to apply his latent ability. Ted
the bird seasons open. or crooked, any angle. By using Williams told him that the wrists
For a sawbuck and a visit to the ditches, stone walls, -and, peaks in were the most important thing in
local sporting goods store you can the ground to protect Soe trap- hitting the ball savagely and on a
get t=e equipment: a hand trap man from the gun or gut you can uinp. So the Baltiore kid swung
and a caste Of-clay birds. You set up target-flight situations that a heavy, leaded .Wt a1 last winter
won't eed- too many birds -- do the smart cock pheasant ip the to strengthen ila wrists.
the tossing in a field of good grass world cuIdn't dream up to out- Kaline is the rare type of young
and soft -ground and you'll pick up smart you with. And at te r a player that keeps owners dishing
enough missed targets to keep couple of afternoons of hand trap out fat bonuses.
going several hours on the one practice, you'll find he won't be Speaking of hitters, Gil Mc-
carton. Ammunition? Use up able to out-rmart you pn opening Dotagld did a highly unusual
some of the .old stuff that's been day. or 'a ballplayer who has
kicking around down cellar, the *been -i lght years. It took
bKid 'loads. "* Cse St l two vear. to con-
'Thae arseveal styles of ta- th In der that he should
W et- tof-hn Ba*nd traps on the d y ge his stance.
muaarWt.. W er-Western andwJ .MeD i wasn't hiiting
Remingtonp 'b example, both ch more an his weight with a
have mod ft Avy been-in use widLropen stance close to the plate,
for a generate i, tequirer so skill s m the bat held loosely off his hip and
whatsoever. P de s Federal. dipping down a bit. He now swings
there's a go lM rand .- named By 'IEA 'EARDON from a closed stance and away
Melco wi. designedd to throw. Years in National Leagae .ro the plate, the bat held over
either anlgles or doubles clear out Written for NEA Service his shoulder.
of the lot ifyou want to put the Where McDougald formerly
power on. he Winchester style, QUESTION: With Chuck Dier. pulled the ball to eft field, he now
after a little practice, can be ag on first and the count 3-2 onsprays it all over the premises,
made to throw hooks and dipsy- Willi Miranda of the Orioles at keeping the defense honest.
doo targets that break m o r e Coiske Park, Billy Pierce It is difficult to change the
sharply than Carl Hubbell's screw- aked. The umpire called t but stance of an experienced
ball ever did. Pierce went through with his mo. performer. He'll change, all right.
Why is a band trapped target tien anyway. The pitch was bal but will go right back to the old
better pro season .practice than four. What happens? Charley way when he stops hitting.
the regular scattergun g a m e s?lSaider CiGf McDougald hasn't switched
Chiefly because there's more va- hack because he upped his aver-
riety..All skeet targets follow- e: Until .this year. the rge NB points. which came in very
preordained courses, and one l bUg eam's manager had his handy because the rest of the boys
you learn speeds and angles from -e.. peseat rle Is any- weren't exactly hitting a ton each.
eale of the eight shooting sta- wI t i precedes the lt)hk A ballplayer will stand on hie
tio.m t 's it. Ir forgtiea, however, me bead to get base bits.
wFi r re on out it's just isor, e = 64 ba.
of the same. Straight 16 yard Q.W e can a base aer un
trap tarets while there angl0 O lmtaa three feet away 'from ANCIENT ENEMIES
very I a tfair sL-rend, do fly dIt rct line between basa to
at reism ty tcfat speeds 'dasthr Wling tagged?-PaA 0.- Univerany Park, P. (NBA)-
ad if nu abide bx. the rules of trantr. Five of the ning football teams
.e gap' P'aM g t see the bfrd Peon State will oppose as part of
with theft gft alady shonldered; A. hes he is avitag a rf "1 eets1nial celebration first
ad t. ee amg = as luMer fiIM a, a m the Nittany Lions in the:
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By JWl MY BRESWIN quarters remal6ed quiet
NEAz Staff Correspeadent the recent upheaval in
Carolina, but Publicity D
JOE NATOLI, who managed the Bob Strrat saw a nr of
Stas b ur h Little Leaguer comingfth
Stheir bid forta World S e r Ies meat n whICh u
berth, thinks;hbs club Is the mamll Pensacola Cea.t ebCe o

urarnm l A4t there, unlis. The Pemasaela .tq. ,
you look dlosp," Joe losisted club, had encountered b
as tohe ent bened, ble an its own a red aM
"Bryana' Ir, 1 plays first, byes through three tome es
IHe's otnly .4 and weiha 90to the state affair...
pounds. Phil eav, 12 is the sec- But when rlado to
ond baseMan and be stands 4-9. Field asalast them, t Lttl
Mickey RIt ,2 10r s the. 8 me m officials, while maylag
siae and w.2 ve him at third. pited to the game as
"And if we ever play on one of ndlcation thathing are'
those turtle-backed fields, you'll to turn out the way they
thilk w e have no right fielder. then. ,
Tommy Parke 'is out there. He'sY
10 and only 4-11." .
By contrast, Pit8burjh's two
pitchers are each 4-5. Right-hand-
er Frank Caricato, 12. had a no-
hitter in early tournament play
and Stan McDowel,, a left-hand- *ia iv
er, is the other big Pittsburgh 5 Ilf -
pitching threat. 1 3:0 8l, -7:4 .
You get an Idea of how for Lit-
tie League baseball has come,
when you look at the World Se-
ries. I
This year's big business for the
small fry opens on Aug. 23 at Wil-
liamsport, Pa., ends on the 26th. 1 if m
The eight teams will come in from
every section of the nation for this
ninth annual Series. w
But back In 1939, Carl Stots'se m i
pet project had only 11 Pennsyl- O
vania communities competing
with Qie Maynard team of W I *I-
liamsport taking the champion- Lj I
ship. The ganres wire played in ,S S
the same picturesque Little -
League stadium but it was striet-
ly a local affair.
This year, planes and trains fte
will be bring in the team s,
with a special flight of newspa- bM OI
permen making the trip from New 'tFI72 0 OF' PLAY=A"n P
York. Gov. George M. Leader of OS PA R&.',
Pennsylvania will throw out t h e Plus. "SUPERMAN" ad
first ball. Every news agency in "THE JUNGLE DIVER I
the nation will carry the results.
The last two winners, Birming- Today IDEAL- .25I -
ham, Al. ('53) and Schenectady, Jme Stewart. In
N. Y. ('54), won't make Wil- .R R wwNDOW r ''"
liamsport this year, having been Also:- .
eliminated along the tourney Martin sad Lewig, Ic r
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THE STORY: Wyatt Earp has stitd to make his Billy ClaiborS broke In t Watt dropped the
street doors makig for the -to his ip.
presence known in Tombstone. He hast ;t d Johnny Be- like he had something con alb-rne figured the
hen, political boss, out of his office. B i n Wyatt.-ries ble on his min Wh itsmuzzle to hi
to get a room at the Miner's Rest,, ttVndlady,:tvvi He threw per do n per. over and
CUshman, the pretty girl who rode doW .rom Benson on front of Behan. I. nodded. He ut
I."That new shelff's a busy lit- In his coat pocket,
the stage with Wyatt, calls the law officer a "murderer." tie plne," he nodded. There's dime-store hamt .
Wyatt says in the towns he's enforced low, it was the one fqthese taet up in front of lbag of roofing sai. 1
HIaffrd's the Orienta, CaM U able "March," he .sald.
"good citizens" who always hated him. nMre than the out- and Hatoa's andt Ilvery ong Billy Clairbo
laws he gunned down. t I o dthiso O 1 w, 2pthe hmmer and tie
IX mixing with the wrong cro w d, He thew thqf p r.-7t ur to After -you, gentleman,"
talking too 'much. He'll bear StulwL Frankpleke t up and Watt to ret of tho.
BIG RED was just pushing the watching." Pete and Johnny leaned nto hel a Wyatt only nodded ,
tersection of SiKth and Alle n, "He's being watched," said Wy- him look at it. ever touch the gir al
when Wyatt's frown caught the att soberly. What else?" It was hand-scrawled in pemc turning and talg of r P0 CH S
lovers' quarrel going on down "Johnny Behan." on the back of a wanted flyer for them.. SatPOctry" oBT 4 -M iOrdn
the darkened stage door of "Me and Mr. Behan have al-some penny-ante rustler from' -- at facto lcler," a Pv .rdr
SBird Cage Theater. Ordinari- ready had our little talk." over in Marieopa C6unty. It AFTER making Bi C l bet Flcl manr, n Pvt.W Foert
y, he wouldn't have considered "It's what I mean. Ile told me wasn't any. literary masterpliee, borne tack the S gl i4icueb po com n. a ...
aay back-street couple's struggle II about it." but i said what it meint to aaf back ap in front of Patlce,
to be i the deputy sheriff's baili- 'I doubt that?' pinned Wyatt. and sid t straight Wyatt turned him rd
Wik. But right at the moment he "But go on." t the grin as CITIZENS AND O S ILL and Slweoo t wth e W -
was riled up enough by his q.Lick as he'd found it. "What's NOT WEAR GUNS w 0TH Iflu ing that next til e ould't be
thoughts on other subjects to look ean to you?" CITY LIMITS -UNLESS AUTHOR- played for laug.'Tlt C a ed
to te stage-door disturbance as Lilly Bellolt blushed. IZED. EFFECTVE 6 P.M. TH off down Allen Street svg the
good chance to start laying a 111- DATE, unhappy Johnny Ringo ahea of The 33rd Infantry Regiment has Thesea
tht law *down along Alien Street. X W. EARP him. Once back at the jail he kept jst. compiled an enviabi and per. teach of
ae kicked Big Red down Sixth, I it crisp: haps U.S. Army-Wide record of 365 hicle.
pled off of him on a slide stop SHE was beside'him, her small XI "Look boy," he nodded to the days and 1,975,060 miles.without a Comi
shoved a couple of interested hand instinctively conscious of the sullen Ringo I'm sorry you go unit vehicle having been ratedtire'gat
citizens to one side, stepped in thickness of the hard-oak forearm STILWELL laughed. So did Clal- caught In tht squeeze. But you "unsatisfactory" on an Army Ca- and an
dsoi and laid his .44 barrel back under the black coat-sleeve. "If orne and Spence. After a sec- were in it, and fair in it. o this ribbean Ordnance Roadside In- to check
Of the nearest ear of the g e n t there's anything I can do for you. ond, Johnny Ring9, wanting -to be is the last talk you'll get from spection. theory 1
Who was roughing up the lady. Anything at all ..." counted one of the boys, reckon- me." During the period endi Aug. er just
'T1 tough stiffened up. spun half Wyatt laughed. ed it was pretty funny, too, and ."Save your wind," grunted R- 5, the "Lifeliners," operatg an that he
around, and had the courtesy to "There's something you can do joined in on the guffaw, go. "You've made a fool out of average of 530 motor vehidloe and the veh
fall out onto the sidewalk where right now, girl. Recommend me aI "Well," said Ffank Stilwell me twice in 12 hours. We got no. trailers, underwent 154 roadside on the
M- gas lamp up the street gavelplace to sta, the night. I've al. wadding up Wyatt's notice and thing to talk about. spot inspections, with the 'final In the
att his first good look at him. I ready checked the Grand and the' chucking .it over his shoulder, "so "I think we have," said W tt score: 35 "auperioris" 01 "xcuel- tions, tl
t was Johnny Ringo. Cos.nopolitaai. They're full up." Imuch for Mr. Wyatt Earp and his "Johnny, things are going to ap' lents;" and 28 "satsfactot." conduct
ly that time he was hearing "What about the Miner's Rest?" early morning billy-doos. Here's pen fast around here, now. I've "This ha been quite an om- "after"
girl's husky, "Thanks r. "Miss Evvie Cushman is a to a dead sheriff... tied into bad bunch. I'll nee pisment," remarked Capt. John most
r," and looking up into te proper lady," he replied softly. He had started his glass up, help. Gu help. All the professon-. Roby, Ordnance officer n pre-disp
levily painted face of Lilly Bel- "She doesn't take to hired kill- whe they all noticed Behan ala are n the other aie. That charge of logistical d roadside ythe
t. ers." looking past them. Ileoves a me" inspections in the Panama grea, to set i
"It j~O" SW ., "in view of thee standards re- e-0d,.
"Tombstone always this busy "You see, Mr. Earp, sometimes Stilwell put his glass down dark $k u' ,.,, hired in main te and serv-driver f
an evening, Miss Belloit? he litpays a man to knew improper slOw and careful. Spence andI "Y, y ebit durithe condu of a
hired, straight-faced. ladies. You're welcome to stay the Claliorne played theirs the same WyattM .. the ins iOM Where only six- An ex
the nice, polite, way he took off Wih that, she held out to him a ald-air. know th t he way you figure i, unsatiaacto a 4g." by the
i big hat when he talked to little padlock key on a crumpled "Get up," said Wyatt. "Back yoUt pI nMe out of a bad l Initiatd I Augast. the 3d's drive
le icnOw ydM tfor. hd
her. velvet ribbon. off and turt around slow. Y ou back yonder in .p An gelo.a t improved ulir mtinmnaunce ny, 2nd
"No, Mr. Earp!" She dellb-' "You got another place to stay stay where you are. Mr.' Behan." that don't. Iake e m bepsoy program, eed the sensebt per- month-f
erately raised her voice with the the hight?" He knew the Pima politician ydou orn.'e. I'd have got soaprl iblty on evenrs ald e t,
freed laugh. "YoIa younc friendly "Suret Wth Pearl and Fr-nMe. Was not a gun. He carried -one two ho-iset to ugti the T, dier ha a supervlsbry at ope "
Just had a shade t"c much and Friends of nuin the eborus. It's and that was all. he other three DI aWl t b. .tri connetd with hrt .i op
needed he'd have. go at the all fix.d, You ta thk ak o go were profeasiotala. You could iseen sh uWy4 vehbJ .ad etablhed a in a
leading lady. It's aU part of the on. I'll be aer my ets a smell tat a mile off. And their s o5' .toe e of ve hcle spectis. of rt
act at the Bird Cage, Sheriff." bit. That'll e all there is to it." was no need gueasing about John. "You set ~ r mainA r st f the 33r o an -di
She all at once drooped the When he came awake, he got ny Ringo. Him you never q u i t those guns, don't you, kid asB nance personnel conducted schools For hi
Iud voice, looked quickly up 'dressed and walked over to watching. Wyatt pleasantly and sort preventivee Mainte I-as re
Sixth, moved close to Wyatt. "I lFourth Street, then slowly up it Stilwell, the first around took it track like. dicaotrs" for all lifeliner officers. Certified
Want to talk to you. Box No. 10. to Fremont and the jail. A half the best. morning Sheriff, We "The way I see It, the best man a all lii i .
After my act." inch of powder snow bad fallenlwas hoisting one to your memo- in these parts is the first and
t durig t eight. The hI thin ry." 1 fastest with his guns." and picked the bent star pp off tO 't
a Em aisle passing behind t h air got down, harp and cen, in- "So I heard," said Wyat t "Well, there's ust one way you the oor.
boxes built around the walls of to a man's lungs, making him feel "Who tore It down?" can keep wearing those guns in "I'll save it, Johnny, wap a' Ci rtey
the Bird Cage auditorium w a s like it would be a pretty good day By f0ow, they had all gotten up this town, Johnny. My way.. ." he said. "Someday Ill pin It on less wh
so narrow Wyatt had to. turn his to open up shop in Tombstone. and around and had seen the wad- Wyatt opened the deak drawer. you. ty stars
big shoulders to get them past He found Johnny Ringo still rol-lded-up notice where it lay in the He took, out an old, green tar- "Over my dead body" laughed Johnny
its red-hung draperies, led up in the blankets of his cell sawdust between Wyatt's spread nished deputy's star. Still qupt Rino still taken with the off-trail pued o
On top of being as close bunk, where he'd wrapped him up feet. They had also had time .to and easy about it, he tossed it on- idea ihe whole thing was -some pass. T
crowded as a rodeo squeezechute, and left him the nSht before. See- see the stagged-off shot-gun ea- to the desktop, toward Ringo. humorous. street
the hallway stunk oZ dead tobac- mng the kid was stout, hestirred died inthe hollow of his rI ht "You guessed it," said Wyatt more th
ao smoke and spilled beer. up a fire in the front office stove arm. Billy Claiborne looked a tis RINGO laughed t the tar plenty soft."N get out, kId; 't
Box 10 was. empty as per Lilly's But when he was done with that, companions. He flushed, took a flashed his wonderful draw and and don't ever look back. For you he, as h
arrangements. He turned d o.w he rousted him out, none too gen- step forward. shot that star off the desk and won't like to see what's standing and ou
te wall lamp and sat back in the tiet and got down to cases. "Me!" he snarled defiantly, spinning with a crazy whin behind you. The I
rt corner to have a cheroot and '"Pardher," he rapped it to him, Wyatt -hooked a big thumb over through the air over Wyatt's head Wyatt let the cold of the words slot. The
Wall. He had built maybe half a not wasting any sentiments over the double's hammers. The twin and ricocheting off the wall be and the easy slouch of his big bo- San Ang
inch of ash when the curtains pull- the lump he'd put back of the boy's clicks bit Into the stillness. hind him. dy take hold of Ringo and settle three
ad back and she came in. ear, "you and me. are going to "Pick it 'up." Wyatt leaned over in his chair into him. He watched the wild down, w
She wasn't any 35, maybe not come to an understanding." gri halted down into a sick ct box was
ev So 30. Her drawn face, white "1 take it, it was you that laid smile. ed anda
ga shadowy under its- t hi c k me out last night." Johnny said it
p(te of rouge and rice powder, sullen and ugly, not looking at XII Johnny
eas still strikingly beautiful. But Wyatt and not wanting to.
I rofile, even softened up by the "'F.r the second timet kid." RIDING along up Allen Street 'i
r of the gas lamp, was hard "There'll be no third!" He was that fine morning Ringo was for the
lifeless as a cameo' brooch, still gIy about it. thinking it was about time he does, wa
High cheekbones, tig h t as "Your mouth was always big- looked u Mr. Behan and had Lowry b
parchment under the paint, show- ger than your belly, boy. Come on, his talk th him. But history pull- Most of
ei up the hollows of the sunken let's.go get a cup a coffee. I've got ed the switch and shunted him the loca
geoeks and the deep eye shadows. [a proposition to offer you'and I over onto a side track. a h m
She had a short, straight nose, don't want any sourmasl decisions As the roan came abreast of the .
tough, and a nice wide mouth on It." . Stable, Frank Stilwell A ing eittSr
aed a clean, high chinline. Her "'G.mme back my guns." i- with Pete Spence and Billy Cla- -l
hair wasn't cut short like most of Wyatt looked hard at him and boe came riding out of it, head-
te girls, but hung lotnto her saw it was no use, just then. He -*g up Allen and out of town
boulders and was thick and ashy got the guns out of the desk draw- to the north. That put them to
blonde as Wyatt's own. Yes, for er and handed them over to him moving sWaight into him. He il
sure you had to say her face was '"Yotve got all day to think it d up and so did they. Stiwell
artly beautiful. But you could see over. Sundown, tonight's, the dead- tarted the talk off, apparently In cla
the same breath that the whole line."t pome harry about it. The -A
out and color of that face waa T"Te kid was a whisky-sick boy You want to see Behan? tions
of hard-brbke btterness an and in no mood for listening to lee- . "Yeah. Where can I find him?" woun.
h hopes gone out the window. tures from the law. "You can't. But you're just in W y hA
R it r o
'Hello,Lilly. *" t "I'll travel my gait, and you go time.' We're he*dig out on a lit- Spemnu
He stood up with the quiet along at your own." stle job, now. hoilsts
greeting, hat in hand and feeling 'Travel the," -id Wyatt. "FWir enough I'll just rde the road
a little awkward. "Yoader' the door." along." Hestarte to rein the roal
"I didn't see you, Mr. Earp. ar Uad but itlvell checked I theuIn
0're a pretty quiet one." He The kid w nt the Cn Cana "You might as well start gt- b _
0ld tell she was startled, even Chop House, had hi coffee, but, tl sin right now. You work A.
ugh she didn't let on she was. couldn't face. the three eggs he'dw this outfit, you don't adveri 1o
S"Tricks of the.trAde, ". he. an- -rdered. .tiUse it in the middle of Allen lfrom
Si. I d nbett an gn LOd s Street. Ride' on out of to wn, e
lto see mea uL. t..1 '.JF' t think about-hehewas g dea wal sel as into the Burnell Springs rcad
reason he .et. Awkward .iing to make up to Wyatt again sion strolled br .ret Innohmnde rtaLn r o
of this gir. ,'d ir jen Behan walked He had o i a ng a Whe're heading for Tom
and, God. k beg, n with Fraih Stlwell and Pete spence Let e rank MeLowr's spread ove "_ at #' 3
hout even breaking' tol of a Behan did most of t taking were heading fr a a a clIts Bilt on 6 little business. We'll B ga-
slew trot. But this oe h'ad him "Undertd.d your big friend____________________ for you."
icing Istretched you last night' . "igo got a little edgy. e
s e ignored the quetleon. "You-e "He don't cotton to drunks ,' "Where's Behan?" 'M
t like the others," she said nodded Johnny. "'Nor to lady "In this business," replied l Ie,;a'
Dropped her eyes. 'You re friends of his getting pawed, squat outlaw, "birds of a fea ._r
est. Mr. Earp. A wian canI "Lady fri .. of his?" Behan .dmm't busch ap in the same b .thl A
,a scowled It. ,duan don't go out'n his way to ~ tsla
knew wh.at ..neant .. ."Sure. He' hotter a.t that r.the m.in stern with the hy

ad your klid., Not..A auitSY pale gri. .
handle dhatsi .bt.-. .h M iung yi, my jyo1 -.
,h. Io "m," interrupted .lwul
males." with a mile-wide wink, "ad me,
eaninag Miss sad Pete and ay other. son with
hadn't ex Jt It ,ough bloodki li$ J keep

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P-BFO ZmIG o a CARZ. Ordnance Spot Check on'a
' vehicle driven by ?Ic. Roger L. Duadck (2ndf-from right) of
e Served .Com ..3!%IndTanm- Rem oJ ntL left to right:
#fc. Piederui tler. M/St. CRt c. Wilams, an 'f.
Allen D xtlzt i,6 performiff 1J-chak aretnnn tht 74A2nd
Army Unit a0l N Lt C a. U. Army photo
Crystal Palace. What Currly sem. SmI'd.& ttt to tag
thoiaht pfhe order was first to pd watch tGe fun, .
oort, then naming of which hands looked atBim.'n
*e wanted to ride along with hism ai tM Wlli over sinxo;
bac iqto town .ao ca Wyatt.W s wa ,- -iWhAa fast
S rar' ug h near as
talking t StlwtI-" yuby j tJaut Wao 2 ientrow ad
comae rom town, so7 aHip m e, but he I-ad A wV
best lay over h. a-at btia deep tan.a
and leaves gens- om l got toa man.
handle his oJb WP kMe he
ome aloai." n e to 9, h e
McLoW s. as" 74. ^ In. ore la4.
Frank. The ,
naers so we's .- e- M t cut.
Ponyo" he "
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Fhet getting a eare-
Sbe passes out Pikma Coun.
1o." He grinned knowingly.
y returned Stiwell's nod,
ut to let him and the others
hey wunt on down the
rith their horses at no
ban a shuffle walk. They
bok back and neither did
s put the roan on up Alen
of town the other way. *
et spade was out of the
at bad faro hand, begun in
elo and held up by Wyatt's
ek try at settling the kid
Nas ali gone. The dealer's
empty, the case-ace play-
r Bingo was on his way.
anch, main headquarters
San Epedro alley despera-
is the property of the Me-
brothers, Frank and Tom.
the other mainsprings of
I wild buch were in or
the bunkhouse.
was first of all after the
ys, the Clanto -y, Ike,
i Youn L Then came
G rtoy Gro unds,
d,.ih Gtage, a slit-
a ireemd samed Crau
ot fac*, lCREdW "Indian
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he. Coatonm and McLow-
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QUESTION: Who is supposed
to have killed a b'ar when
he was only three?
Davy Crockett, of ourse, ac-
cording to the popular song.
Question No. 2: Who is sup.
posed to have carved this tnanrip.
tion on a tree: "- killed a
b'ar In this tree in 1760"?
Ever hear of Daniel Boone?
Probably no group at men in
American history was more col-
orful than the bear hunters, a
distinctive type of frontlerman

Ey-to-Eye With a Hurricane

SCecia: Bter's

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broeagt be-c
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K p Aug ttUp WilL te Joneses
\ATT Kas the seJns fasaly are "aft in thc
S family"-metlg s secret See if you ,ea dis-
S :,lmli t*aa M A or cover theme c ( whmmb m O- thp .llowig.
s lewer:, .n hou mihoa A m-at of GradnlOa, Grandp
fo sturytheIt, 1we t M Mau iebWt. rac% =I% Aust aJae.,
te a mnute theu see If o Z a The age o
.eeAlde. Iti not "nat= m coum s. wmu a.e-00mMe by &a
to pearl a gSL athaaera whica two houps with
i v.e' w i um e Pps; MaudM, and sle a e moup
eIuSW mb en sO Xad Ota. Manma, Robert and Ant Jam in te
's s T other, the total agO n of eah group ate ete qs-
e te W Iu ts ~ o goups ,n W rraga w so that an
__ 2. jJ. ,7,_., he womes art a, ,e sa.ad aa- ... sa in ttler,. -
th first group twomeab totae oneleghth Iem than
SWhat is So diteaoee be- the other. The mn add, up to cae-sareth more
tIreen a pretty woman ad a than the wnweq. What Iq the age wt samh
mdunq asae&uVW3 slta am WfQw
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AT Is today, If, whip the day after tomorrow
-" wtorday, today will as far trom Tues.-

(iyn calm-spot in a hurricane,
they sy, is the stonot
*et." But what a job to get
Shtm e!

anywhere along- the edge, oft the
outer circle aid ne If you -can
find a path that tat k you to tih
itam ithnnI w& s in Ilmmt

of which both the aforementioned
were examples.
dood bar hunters won wide
acclaim. Davy Crockett's repu-
tation a such won him election
to Congress, according to his-
torians. And It's heated that fol-
lowing one season, when he was
credited with having killed 105
bears, he was spoke of for
Civilization followed as the
bear hunters, mostly on foot,
pushed westward. 'bey eventual-

the original letters of a famous
quotation is replaced by another
-the same letter wherever it ap-
pear throughout Solution is
chltly a matter of trial and error
substitution whereby the solver
attwepts to restore the original
saying. Sentence structure, word
*structure. betterr frequency, etc.
are scanN for cluen.
Today's quote is a thought
from Shakespeare:

Cryptic hint: The next to the
lst word contains a double let.
= i .bliption. WWe'll t you
itt -M ThiMeans that
A ti Ir substitute throughout
th problem, of course.
pow "f do" Loq fin

Nutting to It
A FAMER put away a quan.
A ty cat black walnuts in a
bAa to provide st-meats for
qakea, candles, etc., made by his
wife. Later, he decided to sort
them over for bad ones. When
he had completed the culling, be
found that the total of the good
oes, when divided into lots of
Ive, left two over; When divided
latoe ots of seven, left four over:
when divided into lots of nine,
Isft six over.
What was the minimum num-
ber of good walnuts?
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ly ranged to the Pacl .
Junior readers can exercise
their talents with colored pencil
or crayons upon the scene above.
It is a copy by our artist of an
old engraving showing bear
hunters returning with their
catch by raft.
Incidentally, when singing
"Happy Birthday to Tou" to any-
one this week, it would be timely
to add a verse i honor of Davy
Crockett, believed to have been
born on August 18. 1786.

Name te Six Plants


TAU bt f ix plants, trm or dowes arei Ulus.
S ratdIn la rebus form above. How many ean you
Identify? Here'N an aid: dogwood I onme of the six
-,e if you a n And it Arst; tap go n to figure

Time b10: two utptL

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least so Sat..
male can is
'spelled out in
this letter a$06. y
Begin at l4ay
square and arove
to an adIjamnt
square in any a. .,
reaction. A squaM
can be used an L
than once in
spelling a word. providing you enter some other
square beoroe Nis it a second time. How many
can you udI? Twenty ls a good avenge. Give
yourself a. te mait of fifteen minutes.
If this ft worked oa tracing paper, others can
time thbalbiw te a conteit.a

S- m as-y w was umeTuesay nsthe e- ew. cW W&1US w ou e S IUroom* f14wm* flu 'w Ucqq61oumq2
tw ?W fareYesterday was teoiorww? T lt's suppose0thestar at m-- retraclag Mtpe-via the shaftot p' O~pN* ee"qOW aNg1eswo
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boe it the New V]crT iAL
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S lmte tan"? drink?. (Judg. 419)
M) 2-456hortly.
3-Onse at the kings of Midia I
alon. (Num. 31:8)
sit 4--Lare vats.
uacherib wrote let- viv la
o what ea-the Lord 6-Stnorthest (abbr.)
?T d Chr. 33:17) 7-Savor. ,
b ear. 8-Feminine name.

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(Mat. 2)

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14-Leenr. -5-Roman road.
17-Roman money. 57-Into what did Jesus change
S9-Upltes. the water at the wedding
me-wIadaip. . f ar in Cans? (John 2:9)
5-O what metal did NebuchAd- S'-Do.
nea Wr make an image? (Dan. S--Slight depression.
":1) e 3-Dress stone with sharo-
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moves rt and wins in four

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SO WHO NEEDS SNOW?-Not these charmers who, unlike their northern edusins,
need only a fast boat to take them on a splashy toboggan ride at Cypress Gardens, Fla.

READY FOR A PARTY-Little Virginia Simpson is working .on a big project in trying
to scrub down the ancient woodburner, Genoa, which is coming out of retirement to
help the Southern Pacific celebrate the 100th anniversary of western railroading.

OLD BUCKET, NEW LAMP--Pretty Fay Spain hauls up that
"Old Oaken Bucket" connected to the newest lamp design
at a lamp and trade fair exhibition held in Los Angeles.



A chief gives *ders to his *ien over microphone and public address system.

Cincinnati ire department members man bewildering maze of hoses and equipment.

LIKE SCHOOLBOYS, firemen have to do their homework also. They
don't wait for real fire- to tept themselves and their equipment
and a man can get injured in practice Recently. the Cincinnati, 0.,
fite department conducted a test to determine whether "fog nozzles"
could be used on types of fires other than gasoline ones. Fires were


Hose crew gets-ntoa action at once. They're talking over part of tests.

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Ohio Sre marshall representatives help run the test drill.

FROM RED TO RED, WHITE AND BLUE-All one needs to know of Waldermar Burm
stein and his family to realize why they're so happy is that they arrived iti New York
from Germany with 1,243 refugees. They had. been caught behind the iron curtain.

ANOTHER CONFERENCE-Great White Father in Big White House, President Eisen-
hower, gets an invitation from ex-Gov. Howard Pyle to attend the 1956 "Southwest
All Indian Pow Wow" to be held at Flagstaff, Ariz. Pyle is now aide to Eisenhower.

set purposely in an old warehouse and about 70 off-duty firemen pi e- GOES NATIVE-Actress Deb-
tended it was a'real thing. The fog nok-le which throw a mist-likv orah Kerr adopts the style of
spray, were turned on the blazes in the cellar and the first three Puerto Rico by trying on a
floors of the building. Thermometers testc.d how hot the fires got. Al- "pava" hat in San Juan. She's
.though three firemen were slightly injured, the test was a success there to make a nulitary film.
King Featwu rs yuose)

COLD FISH, HOT DOG-Although Queenie looks as if
she's hunting for a fish dinner, she's just trying to escape
jhe heat by dr0ink1g cold wat.ew k pet sJwwo

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Coco 0Solo

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PLANE CREW attaches beaching gear before bringing their Marlin i eo the ramp aft-
er a practice flight.

HELICOPTERS in the hangar area at Coco Sole.

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The role of host is seldom an
easy one, but when the guests
number well over 700 men, the
problem is skyrocketed.
This is the job of Capt. James
G. Craig, USN, commanding offi-
cer of the U. S. Naval Station, Co-
co Solo.
Actually a logistics-support base
for the fleet air detachment based
there, Coco Solo has the job of
berthing and feeding, keeping pay
accounts and paying, providing
recreational facilities for their
"guests," ,and furnishing supplies
of clothing and equipment.
For each man in tle air, it
takes many men on the ground to
furnish the needed support.
Originally commissioned a sub-
marine base in 1917, Coco Solo
was recommissioned a Naval o-
perating base in 1943.

INSIGNIA of fleet Air Serv-
ice Squadron 105.
There are three squadrons
which makeup the fleet air de-
tac ment at Coco Solo.
These are two aviation patrol
squadrons, VP-34 and VP-45. and

Flight operations are part of the et Air Service Squadron 105.
base facilities for aircraft t a- The approximate complement of
base facilities for aircraft sta- these three units stationed at Go-
tioned there, as well as visitingeo Solo is 100 officers and 600 en-
planes.,listed men.
Men in the tower overlooking listed men.
the landing field carry a great Patrol Squadron 34 is the new.
deal of weight. Theirs is the re- t on t ne
sponsibility of seeing that each et addition to the C Solo Air
plane receives its takeoff and Group. They arrived here from
Trinidad about the middle of June.
landing instructions. Their 12 PBM Marlne;s serve
They direct ground control ap- not only on anti-submarine mis
preaches in foul weather. n on*b aon atlssbsarine p s
They track and identify all ns but also assist in patrols,
planes in the area and keep the mine laying, and air-sea rescue
landing field running with a mini- service.ally, most of the tie
mum of confusion. Naturally, most of the time as
Logistics support is a tough job, devoted to pilot training in these
and Naval Station Coco Soleo ban- phases.
dies that job efficiently.
With these facilities at t he I r An enviable recorC is held by
hands, the. great Navy p a t ro 1 VP-4, commanded by Cmdr. R.
planes can sendctheir far-reaching Tr. 'for these men ap*
radar "eyes" into the ocean. preach neals ee million acci.
Although the planes stationed at dntr-free.mi ;
Coco Solo are primarily anti-sub- They ;re proUtd holders of the
marine patrol craft; they are able Navy "E" Award and are setting
to keep a trained eye open -o r their caps for another one this
nav.l and merchant shipping in year.
the area.
The information gathered Although thee parol bomber
these missions is of reAt ip capable of staying in the air
tanie .0o help protect this vital a- V.P34 average Bights of only 8 to
rea 10 hours.
The Mariner is 'deldest patrol
bomber is use by.~js Navy today.
The . original plane ont built by
The Glen.L. Martlt Aireraft Corn.
'a 'y in 1942.
Therefore, the pl believe it
to be the safest. thoughts

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Crew of Patrol Squadron 45 based at Coco Solo beside their P5M Martin awaiting their turn down the ramp for take-off.
LIft to right (rear) lns. S. N. Hembree, Ltje J. H. Hoge, Lt. R. E. Fleischll, Ltjg R. A. Miller. (Front) R. L. Serrullo, Aviation
Ordinaneman; R. L. Sturgis, Aviation Electronicsman; R. E. M irris. Aviation Structural Mechanic: -J. N. Lavoric, Aviation
M*'ehfnist's Mate; H. L. Spoor, Aviation Electronics Technician: J. H. Dial, Aviation Electronics Technician and B. A. Sands,
Airman. '

CDR. J. E. GIBBS, com-
manding officer, Fleet Air
Service Squadron 1I5r. -,


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Is The Home
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are that nothinL, can go wrong that Fleet Air Service Squadron 1 0 5
hasn't gove wrong before. I steps into the picture.
I Theirs is the job of supporting
Through the extensive training the air units attached there in
afforded these pilots, they a re maintaining supplies, equipment
captble to coping with any emer- and facilities.
gen6y situation. | !
I About 160 officers and enlisted:
Patrol Squadron 45, under the men under the command ofi
command of Cmdr. W. J. De n-'Cmdr. J. E. Gibbs, maintain all
holm, Jr., follows much the same the squadron's shops, provide all
patters as VP*34. They have, how-'the fueling facilities, and supply
ever, 12 P5M-1 Marlin aircraft. 'complete. logistics support.
These like the. Mariner are sea Not to be considered a "ground
planes itl are larger and more bound" squadron, FASRON 105,
modern.The .Marlin carries a boasts of having one aircraft, a
crew of 10. 'UF-1. It is used primarily for
training of the squadrons flying of-
At the present time, VP-45 is in ficers and for necessary flights to
Corpus Christi, Texas, where they and from the States.
are conducting a training program Commissioned in 1951, 105 has
for Naval Reserve Midshipmen. been stationed at Coco Solo since
that time.
Although flying is usually linked
with high adventure and daredevil The commanding officer noted
action, there is a great deal of i that 90 per cent of the enlisted per-
work done on the ground which is sonnel attached to FASRON 105
far from romantic. .hav-. requested extensions of duty
iin the Panama area.
Plane crews and maintenance
men often times work far into! The re-enlistment rate s inc e
the night repairing, servicing, and January of this year had been 55
getting aircraft ready for the next per cent or nearly eight times that
day's operations. These men are of the rest of the navy.
the unsung heroes of the patrol
squadron. Although theirs is a thankless
job and has little glamour, the
When a job is too big or too dis- men have ar excellent attitude, to
ficult to be handled by the squad- which Gibbs attributes "the high
ron mechanics and technicians, morale.

MEN from Fleet Air Squadron MS prepare to fuel a

_ KENNETE NEWELL, avlati eleetr*oics teehAielan,
makes notes on pre-takeoff tune-sa aboard a Mariner.


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commanding officer. U. S. Na-
val Station. Coco Solo.

CDR. R. T. BOYD, who com-
manded Patrol Squadron 34 till
last Thursday, when Cdr. Chas.
J. Alley took over.


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The nIther N a, and rd te above.
The human animal saes ft .1nd g--
With eyes that from uncoprm p
Often confuse the two, and thu. prolong
The moral crisis that the owner faces.
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He had an eye c eure s tbUs flat Ith'.
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T Washington Mer-GoRond

WASIINQTON-Real fact aboutprogam mre than members e, .erth Crolina agreed.
L.te newman-made satellite which your own party n Congress. I've "Thi plan of selling eoto[a]
I whirl around the earth's ur- supported you about 74 per cent of abroad with a subsidy on export
ace in that t was designed erigl-'the time. That's 10 per cent highers thing more or less than an
Sal protect the Untted StItes than the support you received international Braf an plan," 'h
Senemy guided msules'. from the a average Republican argued. "It will demoralize prices
Chief worry of American de- member t the House." ad do rrepable damage to
ase plannt rs today I not ao farmers. It w devalue he 8,0m,
much the. long-range bombers Miler looked straight at GO~ e bales of cotten now in store.
whiab might -ly here from Mes- CongressmaA Hubert Seuer, ala age and wiJower the price to 1
cowi bt guided missile.-laaeh- ofCa a, who haf been bo r and lsoa leveL".
ed from the Soviet secret air bases ol the Eisenhower reservation dur.I ,
near thb Franp Josef islands in crucial votes. Shudder squirm- Seeretarsy BeT ag d te lo.
the Arctic. d, gr ned sheepishly, said noth- gislators ,at he a. aes
The United States has now deo- W.er Woe
velopeda g uided missile 'which l ... 5rmied me olt surpemr,
an fly-so a accurately that it can -a ae- rmw ..thit we are h
it within 10 m miles of Moscow. heAdaan4w eso m nomy
t goes at the amazing speed ofN e amr "Clayt Powela l s less aan for
4,000 feet a second, or over 3.000 ew h a or e .Br anduft .m nel Z u xo.
miles an hour-in other words ate'wr tw ..o ae a s r-/ o al~mal large ale must
the rate of New York-to-Moscowe Scoo fA suan-Arica. countres, wt Jthe proval of. toh
in about twou hours ihe State epartmet h nad sR _I-. ate .ertment ao as not to
g iters very nuch crossed. In laset hari th.economy t frieny dyM.
While it can't be ascertained for it opposed t he Urip. tL ..
sure. It Is believed that the Rus- Later, it was embarrassed whe eBMWmn's ne"s were ahm.s
sins have the same type of guide Powell cored a rbo aan. a
missile-and they coulh be ahead ganda victory agaitlt he oi- of who elle.
of u_. munlats by telling th yellow alnd a i.mgrul enSt wa*
So far, there's no way to stop_ brown races that aes waas no feal t lig aWll a. to e -t
these missiles once they are racial diser mi tion the UeJthw It url
launched. The speed is much too States, and tat he great --1 4 g
great. It might be l ssible, o to stop rty of.- Amerlc o mwee -eas,.J
hem during theft first 100 mile obsm ci h raeeia_ sea "' I .yIt d
after they are launched, W n hey ano htead w ..
aena sXpeed. But once they ed e a- e -.t B Jbt
ar _!rekng through he spvto. away from. Am*t6W hem' aftPmaney-mOW b ^a s dJi

By Gavnt Ewat -
The river fews before my door,
Mad with sea gulla. mte with lmud,
Past Hammersmith and Caatelnau,
And, strung with barges at the flood.
Pink rowing girls by eight and four
Gently stroke the tle of blood.
A railway runs from e. to ade
And trains e ank over Oh ltao'hour.
The rowers strain apnd tre and slide,
Hair Itke enrysanuiemumi, the flower
Of girlhood no yve* opeed wid,
Sach happy n' her virgin power.
The dying sua, the dying day
With asulght- harms suburban reaches,
The hackneyed rivet ftm away,
And Time runs too, experience teaches,
Nor fpr the boring bard will stay
Or rowing girls as fresh as peaches.
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By Rolert Ewll
Shy boy, shy boy,
Pomegranate, ;oppy seed,
Foxglove, and clover.
erries in a bonnet, boy,
Shy boy, ihv boy,
Pfach blossom, peppermint,
And a pinch o. f0 bey.
Lonely by the lemon tree,
There she Is. quietly;
Summer win0 and lemon leaves
All she has fur eompAiny.
Carry home your berries, boy,
Shy boy, shy boy:
Lovers' looks and meadow song
Never were your pie, boy.
-From the New Terker.

o g is fast enough to intercept ces jv ret he J At one e re-
them. 'e did- tor 4 -- -- akd.-: .,iathet' t.U a hw -
This summer Powel ia talt UoaK 'on the w k al m el* wnO .
However, the "minimum or4- another trip,.t ise time to the Nedr the enmadty otU e aolws, it
tal unmanned satellite of earth," 'East, where he will try to do might bebeer to subsidies It'1r
or "G iqu e" for short, w de- what Ralphe B& nebe did. and. In the end hesamd he wouU take
vsed- the idea- that ddiae mediate between Egypt's Preo- the matter up J eabhinrt--bere,
electrical instruments inside 'mhtmier Nasser and Ben Gurioen Of incidentally, Secretary of tho
be able to. detect guided misfle Israel. This time the State De-|Treasury Humphrey usually ex-
immediately after they were' apartment has sent word to all presses the deciding voice on these
launche and fire a abotgun blast Amrican embassies in the Near economic matters. -
Sbefore the missile gathers speed. East that Powel is to get the
The man-made satellites are by full VIP treatment when he passes -Invitation to Puerto Rieans??-
no means perfected to do all these through.
thing. as yet. But this ives some Congressman Pete Rpdino of
ladictln o. how complicated war -Cottan Betae Bee- ew Jersey is a public sertv*
is going to be in the future, and ant, but he on0hl to. be more
why the new look en the faes "of The difficult q oestlo of what to careful about the lives of fellow
Soviet representatives at-the sum- do with the south" ware e congressmen.
mit conference may be the most now bulging with wd
hopeful thing that has happened bate back and.t at a Xver since a -band of Paerto
in this generation-d the .smi House meeting Reek- ieans opened tO the thseo
don't change-to scowis. envi. w*h aa ti h
Elsenhower, wbo control brWeried
-What's A Good Deorat?- tUvel but sa e, d vis or to moe .,.ga .t"
cree: "! d' S A I 10 take i thlo gresnen ma fseuva
ongressmnA George e o the i t" ew but Soy mst be nu re
got a. lot.u h et ,by Coi- A tnv2pldete is abe dN';
the one Democrat & wh t soal een of the eotto 1 poeto be tatt thee aane
President Elsenhower o& plane was precpitated by Seo e- aend em" 4t of each WW_
te San Francisco. But he aged ry BegeoB'sat.aeea t tor. Undethew urity
to hold his-owa. At ea tFOA anm*ty Creoft C~t. Owned Wy laumea, Abese vim e
boss Harold Stso al.e .Ised "e governmwe.t 0 the elgap se *ust be Bdw t
hower in a booming. bice heard market t a lower prie thana W the
all over he ae: eale co-p. .emot e l q be-
"Mr. President, what do you set w f.
tidnk constituted a good Demo- "'Tis is me tipfo 1r B
erikt?" 1AeGO to dump '.aasaeyi
"Well, I would say tat a .good stated Senat. -sMat.
Democrat," ried 1e, "90 1o- Sou& CarSUK atB
who has seen the ght is the taae w I t i i
abaft to be takes over by the Re- ed a1 w1ithei B et .d rd .in
pnhtiam" -.. -, sell his Crop letediateft W I f cegessmaw.
To Which lklter retorte: buy meat and bread. 1e's already but:
"Mr. Preseut, I deent -am B- IBorrowedo an his crop, aad We has .62st ah you t Wlste a
titled to ask: what .ui a to sel 'mfediatoir. A w d e to r closed me
good canr I t the re-meaet sales new will Just depreoe r's s Cm a w-
_W, @bow that 6r.. r=&A ."L,

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Jot i S iSs fflews: bae c an' t riln yw stow -a fres will clmab ever
qK^SiS1, reeiSa j~ e J Silabssy dfaary sb ec et to s at
S, k o tan a I~ko a tni,- wI Im ty.

mfald Rma gre pe. tato Or *t ( a ) afm m Sh. liltGa Young
was teoe *. aie course Mr,? Il tw4here ey lbratd tht SR- (C.-N.D.) the timt e of tbeir
; fasto ceekMt ayor a be.twt ay F ar alte .urfy'A ano.nta o holidar, buffet lives aroeun at a pool
ext r wreal Parks .m& a a wa r t arty wife far amntpent
.Or mt aitt calrlw D a r 'rb call ."Delmeh." It's grpf leavs Cof Ptot, Vptor
p'e . Z' 1l-Ae ec Sr tsi aIt,,4 01 s t "J4ujBo-B-. wae mbtard at get tonow I e thi eel, -M wa-

S, e e . . . .:b t*Pr o: aB"wo nta-, u i-o 1 *l . l b Uia A ..m h A m. brs e n
m, m. i to. m revise the at, y t Ltos made t highly seasoned dr Harder ek gtti m the
a tA. sone m e te ariP e P al ad ri e. t
s wman beo tourde. lsPwsg mrataasarn- trti tvab Is b i Ii's tw nf e
Sgetaeemed to ben order. oernm t and subsidy. ote ak a ar arle a ement (D -K

In b t Ia .* e Taai rar Iabo law r evison a but, due to a mix-u_, olyI entry they, wer i prs ......e ,ther d ay.... .e-
arn "rat benr wo ea sd rr n ae hs penaladCe atera .tsP a,. oco.V
; a t m Gooe. ".e e .- orgrei ars atnuar tad A" l o r l e wemekont : I d c nt eO wh-
o tIB. o -ft w SW I a tItL fr a fte* ha'ts. rricsk," wClar enh IOI b -netae I ab oums m e
o are orgth n bith e f omer ata t s e I II
bad eefnm toho w m lone Sdot omobfowhigler pdt f aidrw ahagtp to 11 a l inettin
" r. ii aes._y e n. ThM brew kmown "ey chhipon. bhg s h bU t It ho cela, cac aftl
e h gioe ,rd o Desbbie Reynolds: b Fox't o t "LsIe closest f ds aplre w sayla., yopl

Sh-"yeW-an't ,that Terry Moore with God." This l have, hid no ot run gan,.. we sad.
e w-diee Frisu1her? 'peeial tanLe except thateren't run ae" we sae. "I

*L tB=a d to e1f Veatho uacand embassy was supposed to after a few uitps several ofl the pent rs lonwa time anlin

Aa no dotds.D :. .. s _deMwrguerit= P agjt_ ob." Regards WW -
& s lbuto waitra She e guests weren't it e ion a eompl ie t
a t IN eoty-rsevepis ns b t due o .r mm o6 Century her weo o r.aea

S/ae hugo .Neat. Yora dope f wsdates .t. Mdlif Wiln't tia- Disvrose thofthecondaThoyo htn :
-Pu tH bt oea Pwasi'psbd blWhg N'reqteazine piene is Centit on (YR.'Nve ) I you think the Keauver om-
wnddut anaoensued areba hii be m Sextrvert gao Hollywood.u mie e dl Cemything, tasee why-
eeded flig ad ow ordered bpoillre o- er, tud. own pay and thatmobstersm

e ua year ag ltw ulll More rift in the Late: Marleagambling and dope are bigger
w arsd,. Re. W tone. .to em, .*Mwao Nd arrR Orl N wItt ever.N I L
S l out ioover comml m c itlly admit that the onla- -year

Aid e to Debb ie Reynolds: In Fon s resoon due "Left n of closest friends are g you

I b"/own cramdaln, touacg -o Here, There and Nowhere:
HE WwOhhRE SOME-TMING OLDa -ouP, D a We tats* bIumgterry .w s.rw Take her to p e ri Tommy Ly' man, Cons@" a' bin emasanO, in Tono
aent wth e arNo pal sai o Ae .n o,, -- a ssue" was put oJh a, rla me the "Me tanehaly Bn by'c tan a played b th e Fujiw ara company hI
.up with a new t I e ured he we er n _le. sides, be.use sombt w ul oAn oIse Iof btham ton. If ahe l whieh d dButterfly" at iew

F OeSft ito a contu 2 fi r everyse weari en .t- lendagues in both hoses ar con-stim shakes her head, call the .York Ct Center last year . .
celet-ratirn its 6OOth anave taryT. BridegroomIa at bride, rih abpey alize an immigration mattersl r yaebting accident at Cannes
to be-- inan.-- lty are ahig d they'll be "em- Wipdw Frof m lmMsa e l, I lte Msrie ..- Marianne Reynolds andT
.Cnr s .. 00..Al. o u. obarrassed." yws B-llo ; Iter a : Wt totele t nHelahl caied it athir

SiI Ire's How It Works*- oe s- thee i : i A e Para I and B ow it's broker An Goets for
Suali l amigre.talnr petie to n.ou4t Thetae Mariwe ambas at Wepst Hadmpton Bath
B old up a decoration on receipt witneaed soet th ldClub . Tony Curtis taking over
Aof a betterr froln. a Congressman frighten excis Lo y ton .l (.-ybue Paris apartment of the late
Sase. Mto sa t eongreso ee "To Ceh tin there . The nKd oGavwlas
SH 100 IOnthin LwrDte. these htettebrs at o ( Wie WaCWolf: Mbeatting moer npravan".
e ItwithNelarg5 b dos" coreatmie th Take her to ta Tm an Cs ab sm ash
Re." ewa s e N he"elanholyBabyss T elltoUmwaoheyad-
walhewti.Setre te edigeeoya booFusst some oo-Alu.-sestf pa eds bith Fuiwaras company

Wrsagto-that0TerryrMoorenwith iodat bide's hhave. bnmmodonontstes r.aIan,"we dsaw. d

I d toues. Thei. prams, After-several me-
for ganstem : e ments of this the packed house
visitors jto eeap Wa hissed booed yelled No Paradise in the Paci:
olon with . I Mae Morse, th i Page one of thc Aug. 8 issue of
.are of thM WNI tair hgrar is now Mrs. Glennm- s -rag that said I wai
Sio.coaiienca t .hat it dar Happened at Reno, be awail ( ereas 1 actual-
r-s same oaet who "t fr. -X)v) s a -treat ad for
gangsters. Page Two From Walter: D o- I Get a load of these
-- thy Daidke (starring at the ibeads =I does: (1) "Pair Fails
Postmortimer: Lovely Mari Tahoe.BtanIe reports to 3e- in Bank Ip Here; One Shot;
Ichadl phoned that she hardly nuck for -e Kng had I" er iploye e Hostage." (2)
e John Denns; w s. w. that b in . She aye' n- "Bld Patient Was Decoy in Orso
Ipap iture but never went likely shewll afear ki ght BoOliel sopse." (3) "Funds
socially with him aitd she's clubs until -mai ",. O of ss ,tag Wed to Agriculture Of-
led up to her pretty le ears the catchiest d othe new lut is fteaL." (4) "Young Hoodlum Re-
S .- rtoe h Bat-- the press agents who link her titled: "It Do Peel So Nice" . .aliaes Ambitio." (5) "Young
b0.. u. ''_ hwith him, and so am L. Tha torchant sure to dick a ealle ank Bandit Sullen, Withdrawn."
"What Do Youa Bee Ina Me?" d (7) "Yesterday's Miserable
- aMM P a %abms dwrd e reports that Ie will not run Weather Shold Improve Today.
D k took special paine to again (because oe his age. te.Y It was hot, muggy, sticky an,
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why the iga on a nearby bench is so appropriate. "Ft Peace of
Mind, Have Cheerfulnes" It read And eheerfulnmes Ii abut
what 63-year-old Mrs. Angel Tann needed after- driving her
car up this telephone pole guy wire, he accidentally touched the
gas pedal instead of the brakes while making a turn.

tells little David BDrowski to get out of the nude at a bathing
beach In Cleveland, Ohio. The 3%-year-old put on a pair of
trunks rather than argue weather or not adult laws-make sense
on a hot day.

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hoSD-a two-tbosand mile racy from

sine it was started in 1960. very

.-..t0 -al.lr -PAIS an--& am..a tw bohiend.o Vrtphiey ra val.ed rm
t h-n^SS a J~fdr?^ eato Z oP an speb ex h as ban
SA d slum Ith wasstarted In-19a0.e Ze an thtre
e'lators as well as drivp have died
to0t e was get for Deceomb er second
a .r m_ bu.t.'--th. Morethan 149. drivers had

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m n_-- - -- I o e half gh lid Harold the govern-
... ...di Netc Y* t d ieto r q t an t t he _t, t e ac a
4he e' 9 i bte- I .

e ho" I to u e not a enough jumper.
:. aSethero^ dl then ho-hd alonv h-ratae 5p 1w DftlheUrm wobthO1 mte
-tof eder o.ad9lad She.lton waso e isdspeci.altya... .
2-04 . I .e. iseonthes sr inan SEinthers.

r sD Wo.Fdrtrdot Davis ad e leave It.t beho i brod valued at

XA A llfv An, ,' Adflrf. ; . . o t-
S .and killed we bo ea a -and L ', would jeopardy his mateu

.'trst-e" Titalnitandorroq o ,,m .....onpTI....
low wH rI th reeneighay os ABo ceptin
A t* i ga .4-i A croowd o faplnt b thoosro

de ni a er d. ChF a r.ik.tet theftwo r hoe ii u wgoith

e esey, rse fr nal rb s were ed with ety thee to determine win the e o ay e again.

S uifrer w _ree ess tan $1 an 11o-T *hrt BSrie aosattoniDtrtrtkt Court JAdge Outhrie Welterweight -etender Virgil Altns ran his unbeaten
mo-stly .en -. CrOW pof sev 6al criminal tm, among trekk to eliht.ghts. Akina Won a aplit and unpop-
The 0w0 Auto w "e r ,e c led of, ,.. ' whte 1 wrg enr"p aauu olo nu faraon, ular dee Lov, r .sanc Lg srC of Cuba Tues.ly. nihet
were gen L y aatec' which wmew. a lep. Iegawas hcd won eight straight.
fPn e o ,pas he aebo oe e ed r lwewIyn tars 0 a ontr noMlLnar. 'a bpomder. bhoi t left the ring
Kt ar, is understood that i lputes ove l e- In -th Mag.tO a, .ot.r qg* e re- yw. nwo -t._
,AdOhe&oCiw plant ie hoMking up an agremnt ceved seMntences wfhrom $25 uSpe i to The ,aN wrane)co ,o'era have lost eour football
Sori 30 daysIn jit l o i around a torti at a Pbr, trimmgl their rotaer to 46. The 4'ers have
a ethridus l dev elopmentI, egh unions end- Balboa pier. But two oteera, who were rad im- walv-rp.qp two rookles,. fulback Bill Fanninu
a ntr aCinattte o op o- ry wr found not kill dter an teBt Ar College and end Leroy CampbeUI

uadonS a .modf dit cofrpf an hip teted they had e particular obJiwto the x l.. De v back re mith sent home
mnln n .t .1 p s1 o n mIe n .1 .a yo.. Atrh off their dek. a eg' ands' veteran iIn Ucer Frank
u p pnor e s. A young 'Amerean odler, George W , was t camp on -a i ownteo help on his father-s
bmerlcan aeie tt .dli~ havt hi "-d t 'bou'nnd ofr the-tta in C riet court O Pas emanict k . .

Senit r-netadee e ie two .,pihrtaIt .te hSeaventh Day Avent ColtHrlt trainlag cap, veteran half-
mbad, a2e I i A B wa Iset ft as0. t. restchi a efd fucle. The

Son om ..... ?'a Bgoht 1. firemeden rede've1 reductlone-in-forde n1- exhiblt-on campaln against the Philadelphia Eagles,
pUf oweri m -nA e-lqiom tieea. wlrh become effective Sept. 17. However, the -- o
--ment d-i hurna l thih 'or"exat a s. sm .me- Canal .anouneed tUat every effort was belps made A Neg. baseball team. from Charleston, South Caro-
laoucefor.lant elfg 1' te n y 17 -- to place the men n other Canal psaltions, na, w be on hand for the Little League tournament
ti Arco. wlppl al the might aay pows eed Those who remained th the Canal Zone Firemen even though wt is ineligible to play. .
0A.t In" th s ou . Division rl.ete a 15 per cent f premium compensation iat
*T-he 0-0me talewat a medical ession.of the Oene- ermitted.them under the recent frinCeeenefit legs- President Roge Morrison of the Cannon Strbet
r.slerent s uyc, .ercan ofrese.rciers reported ed.the'. .ion, tcover theIr overtner;" night ifderentlal and WMC Negro team cays his bos will pa their own way
m s, at odrai nee mraterlMs to study w dieai h. loHday pay. cu. t ." the tourney which starts August 22nd at Willilam-
s a yff by asa te ... ..A r. -- .... . soortw. Pen l'ns levania.
InOhr nutra evlpen# igtuloed-Bloap-0-u-wo--- h er -aveto toroke,. ulac il ann

O.pen or Frank Clement of Tnwessee has launch-
ed a th nly-ve ed attack on a fepow Democrat, Oov.
ernor Allan Shivers of Texas.
Clement forecast solid support for Adlal Stvenson
In the sbuth. lie never mention .the name of Shivers
Whe Ctlng t qsmen in 0 Mo. Buf it w. plolW
SthatClemen Jn mind a taatemont by 8hive~m. The
ftan told news .n he would support Dractcaly any
Democrat or Repulican qver Stevenson. "'"
'the aeretary of the Air Force bowed .dt of his
government job w'lh some brief and pointed advice.
Ha ,ld Ta-bott told his Pentagon associates: "Do
right -- r-1-g-h-t and don't write... w-r-4t-e."
b r designed hI qgt after Senat fau e -
Sa.. s. 6a1sr0a. .
The investtgatior. Showed that Talbott had written
letters on Air Force stationery to prospective private
business clients.
A ,gBiglOt la cloakt ands ger sA .e r
bae&g15.4?Tle nation waitrtled-with b s
upuncement that two men had been arrested as sple.
They had landed at Prenchmen's Bay, Maine, from a
Naid submarine. They loaded with spy equipment
when the FBI gral'oed them.
.->. ..Vas.lan 1 CW pUZ fte a born I& i -
% WcLeetfcut, tne orw eb Ot .el!. RiVe
They were sentenced to death. But President Tru-
man commuted their sentences, to life imprionments
CftewPUiadz tie ssntnce cut to 10 7ea s. BW's A
. pp- ia_,bee"n freL..It was revealed that

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S cnoolteacrers were considerably cheer
that they had been grmateW a 7% Per cen
reacherp Pay Bill signed by the President
In all ste yearC of ope'ratot the Canl:
played host to a ship fro' Pakistan. Tht'4
first was chalked up whe"- the Royal Pal*
mineseepez Muhaiflz, -r&ently commlelon
Ington, came through the Canal en route I
Lots of things fai into tube Canal, so i
surprising to see a cow escape from a9 smi
swim into the canal lock chamber. Thi I
tire delayed two s-lps at the Gatun Leeks
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Morrison denl& a story that the Cannon street
team will be guests of t~i-ttle League headquarters.
He says --' 'we rq c going to see the games
S- 'Y -" -
whit4 leagues quit the Na-*
I La protest Ahen 1; was
an. was ei ible for the state
reetook the South Carolina title
barred from regional and national
ments cause it hadn't won the state cham-
ship In actua' competition.

,i, t l.fresjdent 0 Little Leagut baseball says the
forra. -W W ,,B treet team will be given a warm welcome at
S . W sport. Peter McGovern adds "Little League
.. ,.1 blust not become a'politisal football nor a racial 1M-
S'e. Our rules do not recognize barriers o'lace, creed
or color." -, ,"
Jockey Steve BStAka rode "lug Ch. 'to a come-
fronr-y a1tc Tburada' 25,000 Grass-
.land Bi att .Park,
-k9 cs I "Warlest", for a while, then
mro., ougt Bln Claor on ._win e and one fi.rlong
turf race. b ot InoL e b fast ing "Mister Black.
.. -*Mark- e-. thir '
- At Batr W gs the second choice "Blue
tanner" cme a Ml one half. lengths in
front of "Smart Devl in feM 8StaeA. Edoit Arcaro
rode Lhe winner- with "R.o Reto finishing third.
The aprinsf La Prue at ineoln Downs went to
3l1addle Girl' with 'SootUs a length and one
half behind in second place. ass Ridge" ran third.
And at Atlantic City, "Sipped 1i" slesed, with a rush
to win rb half a length over "O atht" Is Uie pickler
Purse. "Lebanon Lad" ranthird. -

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