The Panama American

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Material Information

Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

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

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00841

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reservoirs lift a broadribbon i:
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mark and damage estimated in ti ht dro
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ViOMM. FwnM:- "-.ahis~bi~j~d~sti'VnN.C. Aflrhorities slTuggled to rwce cityrof4
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reports i ithte pite was i $ aby 4n
cou Jor Begins creeksad o its buildings sweps y. '
At least 5 persons were knowa t re m*Mnanla
dead athe Connecticut goverkJ t t .j he affected
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"bri 0 -o ,p. nd a week in the encamp- Abraham Rbcoff and Frt Arm

.. In Itf.Ea.-l neItt.a.e n The French have rushed troop ment. t s r a s conmmaer mt. Gen. ThoDmas W. Ma m. hat
et t o ol I irci nt to this Prealent Eisenhower sent an' P ern.
.rA edopt 41dflb.t e.wil.. NoI ,' A r.i c pro ectorate ti g meeaaaj sayin t -- .p. c ai t eheasate.-
h. l sir.O ;.^ ^ e i -. rwa o -n du d between CASTLE, acot- The floods, woMn st in the areas' at e. Is
Ci"n tll I'firona ta Um, mo A- O BAY, Au 0 TUP)-R. versary. Americaan personnel at themselves a bridge of under- land Aug. 2 (VP) Princess history, were caused by torren- Boston, Ch
S fromt tot e. from the .a border sa big U. S. itrtegic bases n n dal y by a dying est hit co

tbi th his itttt a ~r Jy a.y Dav.id r. v p ,4e veen+. tie who en..t.B..e PdrtuP o e the base sod outof the Moroccan e o alone. today whi the rumored ro- hih hued already y and cities
rale. SoI n h15,p- .id rri au toun0 of thecl70ll d cannot "e b ilt by govern e ts qnst _. ch r sa l hurricane a hd area e han. .. ,
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b l a sd w n m ted i ertow s erhve n lThe flap of the 60 nations the mance in er life, handsome elltbh r a.e nu i y d tl eai
SIn e n ejected wby Portugue u- ra a scouts represen e out eter ew a st -ae a
"neoed es praC c yt^i bi- e'''.." ti. n lii Cabinet dvis met"with A ms usg.was also rece d g wum.., pt r e. rad -S 3uno w swtam ed tot
-ercr India" news -eportd ,roccan Resident-General Gi from Pope Plus XII calling on Neither the pmlling Princess ar deva a ot e and Coast set its
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ffot t A comm aid the The ridet-eeral ater talk than eager s -.a r.etcnlt, gnawing down would choeo T rwni"nd a s her rc fores o.bs wit civil' Wornls
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pbhaj &tlsers'., -t.ha .. -.. a" O .-eontry -. I "The anmal proved itself mre la newspapers was that she All tusk.warn .. In an out of A5


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fomheoultseonyatybsf demha n been chosen as the next at-r
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sin n biand wll open a at li. x-performance
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ulla ttl avOlBes" ..T-. "The Male Animal" is a Rood-
ng expert Frank T8. oT omG,. Aug. _20 nature but unspalng lampoon
ro'ahtth a pooq f (UPk-aro esfto rehighandooro i- onf college football heroes, red-
word.-,e's" ll.r.hpwts at'n diso resig-alchdo thhI Ii-h" be a o wden, .tf..ed-irt trast5
fSun Li-pen, one ees, Arnd ege-un "Red" ac.re.

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l the "will it ea iing e. r is ust like the i braided ru it *e a m la ter we were
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wrs should znewI repair b for chairs A'aCt'e igaa'ds e


uoure wof trB.eatment counter tokeep-ethese thinhgnts oe be lteaw the sl


peicrlbed by a do tor. do'i t e an p arode tqer b
mat while ib is going on, t6 ha rwaed ts t.-at are .,asY MRS MURIEL LAWRENCI False srt always alum to


Stibly rsootr thian your wihes are a ma ofcol i -ea a drawer on she the pavement before George's have usef two tricks. First, it
p.pibl yow r ooiwert inha yo mertime mear .Wnen it's too I ootr Ih. eableblack "p house. would have made a big pro.uc-
64mat. Eow ap hot to comer lmeas thene family ano I&d h shablr Finally, euale to endure ihis tl* *b Lt Sec it would
the perspiration of make their own andwic e light and y, George asked for a ride hae ar Ignored a
I nlt aowd to soak a thei on sawl e m Iecontrast to e Witut stopping, the new kid aid st eness towa the "new kto
h fe a going to include atte obl caa pe a o" -and executed a turn so Persuado him that he'd been un-
e tFor u reason lematerch aner hi..aave b t dee c section, a g'o thatGeor wanted to justly am"ed. It would have masked
rtL Yew are most onpre fleteh fwh n r it f cot- hopeheehaped chair hs framed.lit him ato i.s cherished its intedtle to iflottee him of h is
aUeer. a trol batke from his T- helplessness by a show of Indig-
Bfor comfort as ich as for t t taed his offer to trade It for a lngt, at a terrible thing t r ,ha
O aa l thte wsen w_ e aincld. aw ~ so it a' s te" ti that the new kid done to you! Never go _dr ruthat
I_ ,elow steleKeps uh.S eis, eat tghn t and styes oge hw.i W en ra aagcikia ly ar e O lP nd clamber- bo( a| gin! Never mind, Mo a'sl
Stad a twoan -o esan avea uta tqr ke bac ed for its you mustn t go a get
e w It useaess LAnTohIu Pivot edl at r
1 ab soitrbent cottu na, a eldtthe deaol. Shouting, "Leave ed lfus t and dh t s te
s. pot Fol ha vo t .h .r t -al." b e shoved Geor e, who to, te

rt bing leedng, ring with pain anGt e w ech- not know that he
uselssfmuchstNhk Hde HNetS rage George sought his maioer'tave ou-hbn"ois add






ao use athe m w omen with t he o swa thing stts to rm -- a c he earw k rt. p i h ,t, e Itwodhave sits ifoar de -
feel Sheo Is aabg citeusaful rgnet ar hoow 7 ads of narrowed tape or smooth she bathed his cuth rSeconu she d in children's ,lt
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sunlghtpors hedayrtl.SAM FOR an his mistake-Wand _halkiof to
ashig foricom.re g the l"terr ehibts. the way to correct i. 4 hin
s iinug "an egworth The has mags s i e a e. u thapt fpor wu I w te ne awewkid" d to
friends because thin fle and moth. Thliere are e r w s pet aOlSeowed harhdthe staivnsi aoe wee neorge's m r s aid. .e.Us ft i
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THE SECRETARY.


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Monday, August 22nd.
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FOR SALI:-Two Fed4ee 1954 tic transmislns, adl's, wi.. *
34s Ikmodel %-toen window air con- glsm, l gpsi M t g 't
i diltiones; 4 veneitien blinds lve rti. Auigst blue 6 4010 -
ty 4f____la" In each. Call ha- Pon -uIsm gals. UVS 1913
Giem s-590. 'I,, mus. Hi
FOR SALE: Ger:ard m.ord- mo -
RETIREMENT LIFE choes,, 2s -cycle. Univeul FOR SAL.: aSul. .1. W D
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EDUCATI9N MStANCE c St. Phn, aC oeood s
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FOR SALL-Saiudle sech, ca 5150. Cal S lm e
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Phone I385 wicker chais., iese. kihaen- deor Statolen We V- P aN.'CMn W .
wOre. 975. UIbeas 3795. a FrFlt. die, $1975. CI la bag a hand
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ltable and 2 chain. $75; other FOR SALO;-19"4 g S.- nqM ...'Sk iS.-g
Wor. chairs, etc. Call 3-5722. tIe. Weg~n. luke 2331. 1222,Ig.I Kerg .A,-
FOR ALa- 1950 .01 "SI"
FOR SALE:-Kenmore pere ort 4- eer dos, .Swit. hy .n e0e. 10, FOR. ..-
ng n a-in fegrm old. ree ,$8O. C ,1415. $e10_ ,-S.C.
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SSdn Usin Hormones .h MEXICOn !,TY-(P -,.ith nd Thinante but rest ha j ti

"Fll Priea $1.200WN0 TWUUenot a success ta the s
Ful'l". Pre $00.00 .. "tDoc. Wc ..A y ear.o ag #

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SWIS i blue P)ILOS ANGELES, Chi. (UP) mcteP.esses,.s'a
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W in on the day o on ut a ptel r mauvel back on the. 000 tht me k me but

Sweeks after i section were al manager of the local Municipal one afternoon 'of glory, animals con nty or they getou
S The bird tayed in good Art Departmet, suggested e e falls a e ha o
condition artistic a cation of such shade waiting here without a fight siO -You can't train in the States
to city a alt the grounds tt at November, the reasons will and a have to stay with the blh
Snolt at oy tie n Adamq u idt I reduce accident rates by cutting tie failure of the other houndlda he says. e.e^z
SBEAUTY SHOP but he made no recommendations pth glare. pk who flock hre ua This is not a success story. But
A .-....... .a wat present since tests w ere Aer vie g the 50,000.00 yearu o both sides of the Richard Evans hs. come elo er
.. ducted for only one year. H Ie a worth of expense attached to Mi. T hea ot full-fledged a -UStates Negro ^oi ."
COLD WAVE more experimentation was necep- Black's project, councilnen ul- dors. y Are cajied "inuVilhe 5, to s ta in the cant of the
S say at otyer times of the yer. Itend an unartistic no. which epns. novices. They start world's largest bulkirg I
!M^AnSricet r750.00 at I ped .obscure corners at toew
n ^ 1 Monday ly repble. To get a stavt they do Watch That Gas.
$ 250.00 in al A t n sin the ring that evew mata.W
at dores don't risk. BOSTON (UP) Io's and
avet the Bl don't for handling gasoline during

|1RO es STE DoiESELr KECH They doneg The een the powe lawn mowe and out'
u Pogestea n 1 x eae6tas a ed shoot bd R y thodes, bltre ad oqw mua forM theb r o m ath esytk lale sitnpe wshe the m1e a d by, ha
Burger m04t wed.aytilde d stn e h ede aside rati by and- a atle o f pcathe ot,0 .e athhatloi is Ptes on
Dow 0't ak, s double s rafteromes,'2 i et. L B 1 wkth wae, fonre ate- te yca a pr oerwh o wit ow- aio o oibth e'


we eks e rL o af tedr Tao'oynesa.ewIhobewote al Mamonsehe w T4M Dinot Ymok oneepeari. ladlB ra ofgoy a im als cn Gues athMut

ast lf on ir r e w 1ol tthashower. ,.elecgros It nce el the Utlafas c an d o 1 d K eep g s r eine onlyoe.n a t.
no detoexpein t ws icsapliainofject,,o st hep canto norne innthe lates
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Ped lom erg 2 kanosvew miet fhrom awing ot i oldoil m n&
Progesteronr canaorc ve rl a re t aa'e wle. to wi leota th cln the i graded ort .
$W0inO orfr thrn rfraiomp .py e. cha w. o Pa so, to wh g Wasmertch hat esmp.

uo0 .. Flo e ri-AUn rty Yr h o as, tahei dlrv we. o e pon'irii a ing ga soliohearsne ddta
GINStstudyingottion "laalemse imhDams r ai _entrtesofybcttfafe ab thee thllaer tof ter a rwt mosawer ead otn., tr
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head atIthe U Emoretexerimentatiot- wadeepart-Blachand-secwpcd is cApuees. fromam4I. icalxsMfiligoutdoors In an4
in. vmen themeI ppedtostnndn gr .o pie c. e w o si clo.,T are-a
"uoradatto has0,0ow. eofutheyearedf.ullr a1n A VI K E. l Afto.er a Us no vices.lT h tscircuti v ha e glasol.dine largest Wring
procedure."i ft
Wad0 Torgeta'-strtSA nMons Balls Tneurr, 'tuW]eWCtchThatGa
Wlgnreot tvuu ymuerVtunn bg o chance t erro, appear d.emeer that the mpe ad' rroaeflpe.Ie._
wani PllFeR$675.00o nleds of- don't a rn.amgo- (mI-4. WINsew il
*ra "TS1 crA Y the Plaza Mdont souri n g gasoline fromnes crin-

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alsoeo- stats Ian te faim er* t(wh( wrote thscre 'mo "Wrem-
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Tofacilitate his dual c h o r e a, bned work of Beutuln and Lanu
hrd'Oscar" winning Ferrer en- rents. .
gagesa one- tie proadWsy ac- -
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l, oje dieetor, a also t be, so Coburn, the veteran charseter ae.
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nHe i still active as TV 456
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Be Very, Very Popular."
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Broadway has already had ltd
first flop of this season (another
revue called "Almost Cr a szy"
which opened and closed in June)
and on August 18 it will get a
three-week showing of the produce
ion of Thornton Wilder's "Tlhe
Skin of Our Teeth" starring Mary
Martial, Helen Hayes, George Ab.
bott and Florence Reed whih was
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HOLLYWOOP -( NA)- o 6y- in a moi" eaperak. th'e- t
Stood on TV: th WllMMs tme 1 era$to.o -
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her*I cl IM.lionger f I) Is
dreaming abt, bit dt Crime" I' New Yo i-. V A
pa v' vI because of her exclusive eGbUnough cop# and robbers tutff for,
dow, w a contract. Her newiv deal with -the a whle"-bUt Ae'S a man for Man,
eCopuing right i ar ilm or-Mre-a s W tan.. .
en one of th t U years- permits unlimited Iome "I still call New York horni,"
alit .h backing'?or ai! screen appearpnpes, Eyen a series he assured me, "because It's so
did it, though,.ooa ilrt l rl-.4f she like the idea, exciting.' Much more so than Hel.
cal Investmemt--"V.u., Me. K -- lywota.- EvZry day' is a challenge
am." Doris Day oce vowed, sha d -it's yo .'s."
Sa- I never do live TV. ut isn't "ahe There are plans for an hour.
Ethel Waters v4l be back On warming up for a Dinah Shore leng ive dramat series for
Broadway this aso fo the (Arst type fall program, plus night club Raph, Whose' actingA in TV'
tie pince her .claas ql orti-* appearances, with the Cheer-j .Fearful Decisign" b el on gs in
ance m "Mmerff i W e leaders? emoting history. The show win be
",Her play be "Gp. '-- patterned after Robert Moqtgom-i
Fok a"by E. A. ruinchrmidt and Steve Allen's three young sons very's successful program.
Frank Alexander. George Axel. by his previous inarriage to Dor-
rod, who 'has Written "The Swean othy Goodman still spend their Chan ChaChatter: Ka e ce Breas-
Year Itc'" m4 "Pft" be1 rummers with pop. His marriage jelle, who opened at the Mocambo,
represented this season a to Jayne Meadows had ne effect! Aug. 9, cat his ties with NBC-TV.
comedy called "Will Succes poi on the custody agreement with ds He's setting up his. i rornpany
'Rock Hluntler? Ote othsem- ex-wife. a r to play a neis reporter in a*eries
aering this serious problem in eI Big Max Baer guested on one of titled, "Johnny Fable."
Orson Bean.. "T er, at the Jimmy Durante's telefilms ana as -
'iate," Chrlst er Fry's versa !agag fted. JiamI vgh. over his; JIfl Donnell's a 'ed and
of Jean qi rauoa's I U4u y head tth loe armr s .he start- seale"' ,to rasme Ms obel
complete whnine ladig z to- ed Edde Jackson: "I whdn Lohesone Gorgereturns to
era from the English cast, among though t- my nose was goona me air Oct. S.
them Michael Bed grave ag bleed."-
Laueen. M3eGrath. Irene Ryan- -said it:
'-' NewIs tm: "Stan..aoral and Tfis is the land o pportaniti
SOliver Hardy To Star in Two 90- where amateurs land Jlbs on TV
Minute Color Films for NBC-TV." iniitatin prfepso als who ar
R Remember? ;t-. youi- read.about iat out work .
[Pere months ago.
At least one. film star favors
home and family over stardom inTakes W
a telefilm series. John Payide
dreamed.@ p an. idea for se, uaiflf rrAii A
"even to the pi t. ig 10o Ii I W .
sodes, "but Uidn't av bhe gat s
S- to sign up. when they handed e a X
a pen. I like my family too much."
He tk for t he seant-TV ries,ta P D Wis.-(U A -cllar
Psyne told vme -on a "Sti oD a h)tl'I- c gar le r
to .B, nwmvp baisoaf troe et ... ..h.i.. I';
lS e eI e si hdule..t ta f ehe ,o aigtr s aie o, hoV
Sloa mane prowng te seveand Bob exuste the cigar x coves
^e plaed, "reand m hobby .te nearly 50 .yar. J Me
kids to the st dle to see me two fed now to gatberfg fancy
Seeks agwthat Saturday.'n alco hatol ins of th kind grandma wore
I ipThat did "Mt for Payne, who still50 or moe years ago.
has the scripts for thvi e seriesIW e
"* an With a Bost," filed Inl i ek decided to brak u ls
desk. It's an adventure le of a collection t And hasconsat 1,000 coric
ie mariner prowling the sved ety and to L kghtner's Museum of Hob-
rirypro lgthe bia nSt. Augustine, Fa..Anan-
: seas with a pal and an alcoholic wRt e tb devoted to-
parrot. "aybe," he says. I rer, oi m 'ash d-e t-hi- fm
make it as a movie someday." d in Iin them.
Mona Freemas costars with Tab He'plan a tpgiv another 1,000-
Hunter on the Aug. 18 "Climax"Soc i tand to keep the remaining
story of Jimmy Piersall, the BBo-275 pictorial cqe to decorate
Ica Red Sok-center. fielder who the walls of a ,en t-his farm
made a comeback after a nervous home nea- here
breakdown.
b..kdo- Maleki said hi has never been;
Their 'Friendship, Friendship' able to finJd another cigar box top-,
(s the reason John Wayne will be collection and he- felt certain he
i toasting Jim Arness in 'V trailers had the only one in the world. Hei
(ot a new fall CBS. series, "Gun-1 has taken dozens of prizes at hobi
Aimoke." Arness Is the lad who; by shows.
played the "vegetable an" a fe Malecki got histart when he
years back In RKO's screamar,
1he Thing F-,,nAnother Woid." was married in i190. i e nbough
ol seven boxes of c gara to ivGe to
The "insu... ,'s said. are fly- wedding guests. He sav6d a bo
ha Arts te faster n theTom D'Adrea ops because he liked the pictures.
Venu:... i. ^ T 5'Hal March TV feBid. There's so'a tnucleus'grewtos
Venus:.js.. Bai, ,r. pla. y rh a ti th-e t t ,o- and was forgotten.unti l th first
T Ji ltl, nch ballyhoo about it., baby aas m M e ad his'
.r in "1O Tehk of VISN." 66s 0Dee 11 m beginning to suspect there's r wile h aein
State fair poedsaSm musal pess agent at- the control panel. 1 nane good eno -h eir ttl
be televised by NBC on August 27. This -s- gi
bislew may poads way for tuleolsed It's not a permanent return to The, studied the ciar box top
Iphb.u fe pretnless in ths.a iiH Hollywood for Ralph Bellamy, fae- and found th nam r i a. os-
.. ecki.a- a.-90-moker di't .now'
it, 'was. good far. t he
"-.S i agreed with his wife baat It was a
good name. '
.. three otherr 6hildru 'were,
Iname In the o e t maer from
Sthe original seven boxes. They
olB T were Wanda, Estella and Peter
VanILEdaeki tea22 grauddtfes.
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Five of the track's bedi a., of them prob-
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Board Classic next month, wll M~ach stride this
afternoon at Juan Franco in.the featUred $1000 sev-
en-furlong sqint for Class A and B imported thor-
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f la etra. J0z M z-Nothpg to recomnad nd
- StraIgler o 1 -In favorite distance 4-1
B. 101 --Nothing recently 4

2nd Rwe "I" amp. p 4 .P. Purse $375.00 Pod Clees. 1.;I
W nPotAC OF TIa DOUBLE
1-V. Darlln g a 115 -Would pay nice odd 10-1,
2--ot 0 Troubl -Rat best on form een
3-.aUlador F. ee1--Could score at price 4-1
- adlo -Dangerous in mud 4-1
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T o .-ere k E RACE --Oioa ,:e 0. A h 'i i -Rotesgood-- hance
hustling -url tr. te$4.40.
shapes up a t p mu- Brd Rese "r' Neilvs, 7 I .Purm $275.00 Pool CIoe
tuels choice. h, Is sure SEVENTH ACZ TWO
to get plenty of cbSpetition both I-Courtly Prince $3.60, 2.60. 1-Slxaola 0. -hl strongest Inish
Sthbetting and the scutal race 2-Remero $2SM. 1-8ixaRol 0. i WE --Hs shronued t w nish
speedy Barge RoyaL e.ond DOuble; S. 3-Rina Rol O nl 8 --ehould win here ow
Hector Ruiz now at the ver y 3-Valarai A. VLque 118 -Serious effort now
peak of his riding career, will be EIGHTB 'RACE 4-Rablbico L Olraldo 110 -Usually fraction
large Royal's saddle with the 1-B and 3 (Excluded from bet- Ja1 A F. sio I1 got posm. b t
es er of 106 punds which could ting. B-Don Jaime J. 0ongora 108 -Returns from brex rest
be a decisive fact2-r. Re. 40.
bother lightweighted entrant is 3-L0D 60- 3-k ot
hi former track champion Amo.- 4-Pl 4th Rae *' Imp. 1% a Fe Pose $375.00 Peel Clies
rio'which returns from a lengthy Quilae- QUINIILA
iapff and is reportedly not In his 7 ,
et form. Magdaleno Guerrero NINT 1-.~ U8. B. Aguirre 117 -Jockey should help
the leg up on Amorlo with 196. 1-Begona M M Lt i.0 I-Zaratustra F. HIdalgo 116 -Improving steadily
1ol and Lexden round out the a T--zy r Sok M .z0.' 3-Atom 0 F. Oodoy 10x-Dangerous against those
fly -horse field. Either of t h em 3-Vulcanlado j. 4-Patrltlea A. lprique 120 -Way down in class
d be an upset winner. Fol was One-To: 5-Pincel J. Gongors 106 -Nothing to indicate
td last week behind Pappa 6--Newminater L. Giraldo 112 -Ran well in last
In and Blakemere. The incon- TNT RACE '
int Lexden was a trailer but T 3
Sis a proven in.and-outer and 1-Don CUto $0.20, 2.60, 2.30..
cld aga income to life today. 2-Barlyo 0,S 2.20. 5th RoeI "D" Natives % sFePs. P"sW $500.60 PeI Clem
uis iraldo will ride Fol tis 1-Blscays K. Flore 112 -D s on start
tUe instead of Jose Beavo. Bias RACE 1--a A. Credlo x-Rae be t lat
Abluirre replaces Virgillo Castillo "SM RACE 2-.-ka A. Creldidlo O x--Raule best off last
a rd rexden.place Virgilio Cas -o Hipo e 0,L 2.60 220. Veluda F. Idalo 103 -Should be lose up
secondary attraction pitLexden. 2-La a 10, 7.20 4-Don Gt*u G. SAncbhe 108 -Always close up
he secondary attraction pita $Zn .7.30. 5--Alonsito H. Rul 13 acing tp best form
Chispeante against Consuerte and 3-Gay spot ro. .-Julte B. Baea 11x -Retung tP best form
ayftiungo in a six-and-he hd- .-Julie 3. Bara 109zx-Returns from layoff
Wyilingo in a six-and-one half- _____ __
tuibng sprint that-abould be .. a ____
h .dinger. Post, wvic,. Ir% r
to and scorial alrelso sche- t Rase '' Imp. 7 Pre q0.00 Peel Cl
ll starters in this race. Ni FIRST AE 4 TIt
O4r races are included on an eO t O Bt F. l 11' -P Sl w
etrBa y d-e lme 2-Vallb Star H. V uts 115 a opw Itder

ies the erda, s turet-d $600 one ye.r-a o. e are oing nt .
r. Icare un "D impa formidable Ofl pae f orerat. A. Revertraining R. flx- t way
rukh to beat out, mutuels favo0alBs s18. CCoe der
arlyonby Poe-and-one-half iPeflo aide swimmers u7 -D. Mob A. Viuquex.13 contender
a in the featured $600 one years of Ae are goe ln.. ita:
run for CIAO "D" imported final phases of their training f -
C8to. the pftladnaries of the 1905 Roues "H-2" Imp. 6VP..00 Peel Clbes
n. Cuto, which displayed A.A.Sun, .b l program. SECOND RACI OF V DUNLE
ftf7nouh more ea*. speed thalk hltl be eld rvarm-t
e u wani speed thal n c The meet bboat a -: e-- r's TeethN. HNdalgo 115 -Me k In winning former
lun wa h ted along close boa wmm ool e o B. Auirre 118 NtSS- togind iatt
ot whe l eunttwo fed r- 9:30u 7n i ay, Augus 3-.r ldo 118 -a mprovieg slowly
upnP o as at-r.. t eyows ATl ina J VAldvi 118 ce eatt
Pun.,utlyodaily n1 5-D.ucht A. VAsqes 1a 0 -s12 D since tq isng
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-settin r agc n pool on Sept. 5 tarng% at R:00 Rae "" NetHve- 7 Fs. P. $.75.00 Pel-Cle '
led and opened a three- a.m. T i not to be an- QUI A
th margin but could not tic Vs Pacific Side meet. All -Piropo K ezballos 118 --Would pay log odds
b the winner In the drive, swimmers in fact will be Com- 2-Enriqueta 3. oes 100x-Doesn't figure here
o, which preceded the pting aalnt each other and a- 3--a urve u. Daro 110 --lut improve more
up, wua up third.-1 tfme ostabllhd in the 4--Tia TilS n A. ValdiviS 113 -Diaft suits style
S behind D Unt eSta b e5-Don Pitin A. Vaaoquu 11 -Faerm indicates
ig J, who gave DontC- 6-Romar J. o6ngot' 108 -Danleous contender
set, ride, was the day*B Competition in the A.A.U. Jun- 7-Tu F. Hidalto 114 -Shou be close up
star with three victories. lor Olympic program Is divided 8-Tap Lady A. Mena R. llSx--M15 'beas-these
-scld with Newbrl- into four divisions as ollowa: --Lady Dancer V. Castllo 114 -Wi1.lht. c.u "
iHBida1 uma. ndget division Age 10 and
ly mild upset reister- under, junior division a e 11 -
Sthe formnlil day nf and 12, Intermediate dlvlsion- 0 -i.
M was Regla's $1110 win Age 13 and 14, Senior Division- 9th Rs "r" Imp. -7 .- P& WSet' -$, *1 Clbml-
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, In the eighth. B and B,
T asupelor. was excluded
the betting.
a dividends:
FIRST RACE
IWbrlghton $8.40. 4.60, 2.80.
1dan Wonder $3.80, 3.40..
Sd Basur $3 80.
: COND RACE
Iflee _3.40, 3, 2.20.


All contestants must be regis-
tered with the A.A.U. and must
qualify in the prel Inarieas in
order to compete iiate finals on
September 5. Information ist a-
vaiable at Canal Zone O yuM and
swimming pools.


Juan Franco Tips

By LUIS ROMER
1--Gaucha American Maid
L-.Lt-0-Treble TNe Blue
-Rfta Re ot -Sizala
--Zaratustra Newautster
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1-Albatross V. Cuastllo 115 -Last two- we l poor
2--Lifebeoat B. Aguine 113 i tdaly
3-After Me 0. 8 ncheq 115 -- e time out
4-D. Sunset A. ViAeuez 11* --iies *finish
5-Bar One H. Ruis 108 --blld-uOr upset
8-Supersun A. Mena 118 -inAl '. fr bb one
7-Espaptrico J. Phllips 108 .- ui .close up

10th Rmee "A&B" Imp. 7 PFgs. CPu '-t100.00--Peel C
I-Lexden B. Agulrre 112 -Dt-'. oerllok
2-AMorto .. Guerrero 10 b
3-Barge Royal H. Rul 106I
4-Ml L. Otraldo 118 -4bo W up
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This afternoon 'tW t a"the
Omphroy ftnis cout at i-A
Francislo de Isa Calet1 oti,62-
Seventh Avenue, Webb 9baMne,
rated the best player on the
Isthmas for the past-ten yqars,
creases rackets for the first time
in a finals match with another
Canal Zoner, Ashille Petl. The
young Panamanian who Is de-
termned, to dethrone Hueam
and show tale tennis public that
thebe is no 'npoosble ta"k, If
o0S is sufficiently determined

t is hoped that both -players
,wil be at their but acedf g:
o the na-brani'ttwgM*-Ad
have been ulayg of lte.
'A cordialdinvttloi e siemnd-
*tP.o all teOMaMai a. and ad.
n nrs, to come out to the court
satKs enjoy an afternoon of tena
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and three- MUthe.
etey Wime hoemaker got
the ha-t,~lg chestnut son
of Khaled In front early and led
most of. the distance. Strong
'finishing Traffic Judge cut
Swaip' four-length margin to
Qnly three-quarters of a length


SS at me insb.
.. E i The victr was worth apipro-
Sx $matm $1,00- to owner Rex
EUsww Mish Tenney trual
the California of
.SBwaw,. whlch handed Nashua
bi ably defeat-'of the year It
M e the Kentucky Derby, will meet
... Nashua, in a winner-take-al
$100,000 match race at Wash-
ington Park Aug. 31 over the
W*ilWAogiI ag f dirt track.

S 147-pound ANCRORS AWAY
ANNAPOLIS (NEA) Twenty.
S o.etests are Mka" one." embers of i. av y' Suoar
S" : Bowl C pi w ul be m
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I. Q, Who receives credit for the
paout when a ball is declared
an infield fly~T?-Joe Scarlate.
A. TA flaMenr who, tihe
aseerersa would m ae
fly. H it were met
Bew lg has Larry Goetz
umpired in the National League?
-Peter Finley.
A. This IsGoet' 2kh year.
Q. How old is Bob Feller, the
old Cleveland fireballer? Sam
Daly.
A o.
QUEST ON: With a runner on
second d third barns and two
out, the batter lines a hit to left
ie. The fielder throws to the
iaeand the runner frotm ,IMcoan
a ie sabbed la t W too. ,
T batt wind up at asemd.
ie failed to touch Ist, howoe
and the first baseman-cals for the
ba&L q'teps- on One base and P&
Pelas. Does- this erase the
whicleh sced?-Leo Johson


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I A GREAT LIFE-I.Tvln come from far off the pace andthreatening to-taOT I
ed Sox ante Lig t up. Pitcher Willard Nixon .hugs the castoffs who m.de the ehb>A
basclq&.Grady Hatton, left. and shostop Billy Klaus.
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m ch w ~i l 1tM4B f the players condftloh that 0 -
SW a By JIMMY BRESLIN t the faml are former semi pro
T-e. W'ne :iwntaplug the hole when the inevitable NEA Staff Correspondent layers.
es ila' dhe o make Billy. WWaus M s o The season's end won't atop,
Sbe ta the e' Bef thee days but WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (NEA) matters.
teof the hasua which Williams represented, the new cast is ready for the Ray Roberts, Sr. feels t at
hPre' n tokUths M oinan1in -. ieanant,-bt eadi y nlth Little League World Series, Wet Jefferson could use a Litle
... f.."-.sto e l1 which will be played here, Aug. League program of its own and
23-26. Not one of the eight teams he plans to spend the winter get-'
In te t circualta ea the. awereprobably lucky even to find which reached last year's small ting one together..
1p ar' "' Jh 08 W ittexI (Terwlllger's fry classic was able to repeat in
4ed dh m phtheirown areas and earn the trip
esd )don't frighten many pitch- to rea }
era, The and rarely have to resort to such to this Pennysylvgnia birthplace
bottbm-o*el fbi ll th either have a satisfactory of the g.me.
replacement or thu,# S~"aal to deal for one. I t o '
"lthat stand ing Pt invites d" terestind is the presence "[ Alex-
--clb, r. ,Ilydecided to press i s gl ei dr, L.,asthe Southwest's re-
,on sawy I s his 1k gain. nly he nreetiveThis Is the first time
S ay. In W M Ampert hAve- learned the lesson. A nors in that area were not tak-
# dwa W sto oaim MWe n usual is to pick a, Olant team en by ', Texas team. .
With the new faces, this year's
Series figures to see a new brand
THE RUDU AWAKENING of ball. Righ scores on both sides
t are commonplace in Little
This has beep a wretched year all around for the Giants. League, but the Delaware Town-
Before the season started the e were dreamy hopes that after ship, N. J., club headed for Wil-
all thee yeas the Olante.ai ht dislodge the Yanlmk as the Big liamaport ith a different uuiiok
T'1I'Wu big draw. The7 had, he great Willie Maya, the Yanks on the way. to play. J
W w _InVdlddusl attraction .p comparable whoop-de-do and, .
Je I y had began t fde, W Iefense, and tight pitching has
,be pol woere at N. do ngmy, at that. In '84 the Giants been there trade mark through the .
had dr* m -we"r a .miita fte.the firs tir e i Dex 's1 and had wight todaament games which
eves yawd the Breeks ait the gate...a big deal for them. Be- brought them to Williamsport.
oides. 't seamsSW a dl, iha brisk, pointed to a wrewakena. Ie,. Jel l kids won four. on
l.0E ioi 9fauaa -r rao-N Wou a epondig rime Inth, the [i ,teothera by limiting rLIFT
e-d' .m .---OT .f- t .l A- lI .'to de run amn only '." .
77 i '.' once i- ey scored- on even
it hasat worked 'at that way. With only 21 games left, moderately.
te PG attumu Ja modateWt La.;. At tws rate. the end ..... .1r g n,
toal may not iexeda M",A0 as against list yit'sr 1,a5.7. As Ur Bill Hunter and Herb Harri.- _.
UNal, the BreOk, w~h U for eight PG gampan have kept son, the Jersey club presents hurl. cet Genel eCar
the Glants alive. ers who tkeg the attitude a run EAST COAST AND. G
by the opposition practically con-
In fact, the Brooks ratio Is given higher than usual. Where, stltute ,a liaroe. Sailings: Every f1
In past years, th o accounted for some 30 rpeent of the. anta Huntr a right-hander, had a
home buslneWt, l guru. b ,laser to 40 this year. 5- including a no-htter Houston nd
... toum i.ot. play an d Harrison,
.who tlfrovs from the same side,Every
won three with one a perfect Saflinp: Every
game. Harrison has lost only one Phi
Little League game In two years. New York Philad
The West Coast tourney, which (Gulf Vessels call at VER
was won by San Diego -u (MEXICO) ever
"Strongest Little L e a u e team AIS
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Porter, regional official had its
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Little Leaguers piled into Santa' every threi
Monica for the tourney. Monthly sailings from E
But Porter feels that .Sandy AMERICAN PORTS
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a 12-year-old outfielder. went to Monthly sailings
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THE STORY: Wyatt Irmp nd tq force GDr t s S.
the "no-gun" rule in Tombstone, 4 d the guito ughs jail keys over" to an i bunch and his own fauit He
are equally determined to .oktae t e n 'deptia .AZy .o ka, a wre t ou .s
sheriff. Included in the ba bncl nfly Ringo, wIose0 of tam were stand tm rolwd d make. .
life was saved by Wyatt in Sm ek. with r mter, op hen w. went k
S. rammed the Bu pene e .,iaback jail. He stalked. .
XIII "Co Ie dj.,l got something a iA his belt and took Oacrofs'Al- -#icesand into th
mer at my Inhack.i. toward the. Palae. ly and a couple o dtfer
AFTER his early morning n I ng tAhSW,. is'll be a n i g h t got a "odo break, th.r,, r playlg Three.tod t fp h.
brush with Ringo and his pals in tc il-l sg."' bth McLowrys were co dec an4 a _l a
the Crystal Palace, Wyatt was fair ., In out and didn't see himt. matches' far mn uy. "
to middling busy. First, t Dhereo .e A?- ,iFerd hel teld th ad played .he house, _p t e d
was the coroner's inquest over the 1ae a e hBd' him rummage for all they wee wbth It o i te e u.tin '
dead boys from the stage holdup in V .fe'S grinned ner- do relt than. he alnysdi. He iidd 'e aid i ,+,?us as-
the night before. This took ,no v1 at *_0- .-kdug .noutandeated out behind them,..fed the cIdent. I'm Asking the, p 'to- calu
more than 10 minutes with Dr. heldu,up .t#o #wlghtbarrel to Frank, first, riglyji f.g-it murder."
George"Goodfellow-sivng the bo-. On ceg.a bAd-.4RunthBun-uring him for 1~e most trouble t
dies a short look anu advising the llsledntfg 4, dn'tor i e could tell by-the'way este.. It.hitthe hi. taw .. bard: .,,.
six good members and true of the Therei e fief them went: home into his hea tIh t blind man co f see that. "I
Citizen's Safety Committee, who'd ever unt Fr& was out.of It. lt ut l l right sorry to hear Fe doo.
been lined up by Mayor C l u nm l'.T.r. OneIs h di.. into ote t' idna Wyatt," He held hi is d ,,id "P
as a coroner's jury, that a ver- gou t.o ot i e er four to before h ,gt t Buntih welI along with his words, Lke .'
diet of mighty justifiable hoii- some -rweazwn, just WAy froziiThgk's skuIl T o- you know I ain't funding when
cide was indicated. as- r own waYy as d straight up and spun aI say it
After that, there was the busl- the 1:dlf- Bill Tg .tua. .helptuis with the .am.. Wy-...
mess of trying to find a few depu- man, ..i lt-+-i l as-, alt Just areahed out and slashed "I'll tell that to his wife a
ties to swear in for the fun that sett, s the barred alongside his j a w, those three kids of his up to Be
was bound to hit town arou n 6 l ,achwl o, ear c t a c k I og the son," replied Wyatt -"Maybe ,
o'clock, providing Curly B Pillflnd .M. 4 ga beavy-frametbohe- and laying the meat open can pay the bhls and live off t. a.
his bunch took up Wyatt's chal- WIu outszd 12 inch bar- clen down to fact you're sorry."
lenge. But none of the sober citi- rel. It wdeg.wea.pen made fbr the
enge. ooseFlatshad lostan y art o buffaloing. HE earned back against the Curly didn't answer.
ens of Goose hs Word had aot -."You allw it's going to be real packing boxes and waited for a "I'm holding all of you," Wyatt
fear df gun-toug-htS.weo ad close .wor, likely ew of the bolder Tombstone boys told them slowly. "Judge Carc-
around hd left town bt the "Likely. Always like to work to filter on across Allen and come right is sitting a circuit session up 4
rhi S bunch h road left town by the inside a man's reach when he's Ii- up to hhn. to Benson next week. Monday a
S r a. N Sul quored uip, morning we'll just hop the stage
Deeded to be reminded thato Sul- Thep drinking, I.guess." He lofted up as .3 man ran an r up te for atte b
eross ae Dragoons In that direc- ek t. :gi. They tllpasI -l for th.Suey you art s.ome irw nb
on. got' t "a' p..aowing t Iey beri, e and the Wants think about what you're go5hg to
Result was, the winter sun ,got meb .O.ip them there." to ack you. If you' otd up say, to Ferd's widow. You'll see
down back of the Whetstones and t.V 4 i Street a well oiled for five minutes, we'll have o her in court."
* o'clock rolled around wh ile Ias ha l iounelng to the win- bunch rounded up.'
yatt was still whistling lto ter, at the lad behind the "You can't hold the rest of us,
the wind for his deputies. He was .6u ett, was a kinky wdt front "Thanks," said Wyatt. I reelton. Ieall" Ike C la n t on snarled
od and mad about it you can the aiicahuas; was ti ceurri r won't-need to walt fend. Yo "You'd best git Bd Skidtore o
et, when, just before 6, the doot belw the hocks, and didn't mean go. along with these $oya over to ver here and let us talk to himre
tb the jall office eased open and to hai .abhy shooting irons lifted the jail. Take charge .I bri g or you're apt to be answering
,erd Wagner walked in. off his'hip, the, ea of them in somu're charges your owbe answering
."Ferd I" It wasn't often .fr's bout in front of the Bird som tt knew charges y abou t Mr. Sid.
Wyatt showed any start. Cge, judging trom his hammer. the only stop he made was just ny Skidmore. He was the lead.-
"Headed for Fairbank" grinned We'll go around the block, you inside the doors to adjut his eyes ng dim light of the nest of law.
the other. "I was on the dayrun nw m" south. Move in easy a- to the bright light and to loce sharps hanging out their shingles
down from Beason. Meant to lay lg' the buildings and let me have his customers. along Fourthand Toughnut Street
over in Fairbank, but heard you the -irst whAck at him." H to s. .th.. around the corner from the new
Was looking for a deputy or two .IHe was satisfied ..se t courthouse.
and not having any luck."' XIV hadn't spotted him yet. He moved c
Wagner was a secret agent for straight acroeass the ro om,not Mr. Skidmore's already bee
Wells Fargo. One of that little-. M UT ..later, they were clos- slow r stal nor any of a here," he sald quietly to TRe.' "W.;
known crew of brave men who Inig !flt.eir weaving eA a e1. nt .urhed and sue r has a ales n n t
worked as spies for the express atger. Wagner, in his noa i tsig long. law He a abyou
companies getting less pay than, ness, bad walked too fast and had h -s t
top. itageoriver and often as gotten around the block first. He He tothe two nearestt RINGO racked. "Wyatt, leo-
wing their final. chek o, a l th1t close i wn .. tt ha to in knme out- I got to talk to you. I
-- -ag $u' signature of so i i- dru, .i*. t atwr e ,got to tll .you something."
noad agent who had caught themia dt '10 *6.1 k.k 'd t ith t i.t ci ..p .h .t l Im.
working out of bounds., to-wa 'w r. Wyatt. 4l.at B tRtB illy had enough.sp=nk -'ti Wyatt let Ringo out followed
"Yeah, you know how It is." same ti he saw the I at t e r, after taking his barrel-cut aross back into thfrot office
st ow ning p fast on the far the back hs head, to stagger All right, kid, say it short"'
WAGNER nodded, "Company side of their man, he got his first aronl and fuigble for his guns. Rin nced n ously i ;
sure is pleased with the way good look at the bird they had Wytt slashed .mim twice ma hre m gl nc nroudsly. to
you stretched them two kids of boxed., full ,tross the face, and th 'd a j cel .block, dropped his voice to
Curly Bill's. Old Monk Wilson It was Curly Bill himself. went down clawing a t ft blood5 muter.
has got it spread clear to Phoenix Nobody ever found out w by in Iis eyed and curing in a splt- ,
and back, the neat way you done Ferd Wagner did what he did lip whimper that sounded nostier "Wyatt, this ain't my messand
it. Office up to TUCson wired then. Likely, it was just that he than trapped lobo trying to bOew ouknow it. I d didn't rtly have
down that if -you ever needed a was stampeded by seeing it was his front foot off. getting himself killed. I don't see
job, you knew where you'd be wel- Curly. Or maybe jut. madefool- t ou'v aen
comer than paper money in a alt by thinking the outlaW w a '1 Ringp and the other two didn't ue any call to tie me into it,
passed plate." |too boiled to know what he was move; Ringo, because he knew at au.
Wyatt got a badge out of the doing, At any ratq, he took a better than to try t6 draw out on
drawer, came around the desk drop on him and ordered him to Wyaft when you we r e turned ",You come out to ask for spa-
d it on Wagner's ve st. hand over his g011. back'to, wyfrom him; and the clal treatment boy?"



you're the new town marshal of on his trigger finger so that Ferd .44-40 rifles between them and whsky."
Tombstone, Ferd!" Hi voice caught at the barrel rather than him. I'm listening."
sobered, thtisn'tusae dry good nature gone the butt. Ferd elyt a ke, and had the gul to brace the Dodgti, ,I bin sober enogh to ht a


out of it. badgNow, mind you, b e are- Curly's fho ing the r out butt-first cityAll right, boys.t was short u a oat, sine

ns and see 1 don't take one he- night and then Mile. And to the jtllhouse-they went, you ffered me theo other daylo -y
teen the shoulder blades. I'll do in ut rwhe that happend, Curl with Ringoess ltheading the fewayet minutes ticked off lo .and
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Wyatt and Ferd Wagner ey aed all their s lives. o matter It was hoosegow under 'a charge of t ak r- h is.
up Allen toward the Palace. They maybe an accident, that tricrky r i wng unconcealed weapons. 'F a mraIwat an herst
to be done, Under tindti e cal amdi te "nd arreltewar rtth X ysdid'It l l, "os.hme hi..t .ftoS




bui"dgwhere'lb sotrh a shadows wasn'tlooAedon a ikethet ofaidobit.d Thttie b i ag" o twic ame on e.H lts
ws ere soid Ink At the O.. Sta- parlor stunt calculated to make y had -o wshheld Wagr. B ol a thy gt, in thl
e, Wyatt told Ferd to wait up man popular with the peace off- The Fa agr-nat hung na d mbe o uny, ke
y o n h e nrtho. ou de of u t h a to. back e .wgup ie r _oee ,dad ne ,- ,in ou s fool s me th e ,"ther v sai'd" "



check what horses might be in Nevertheless, tFerd' o in g then gave up and went bwft me tw ice tsh e a a." '
there with lather between their down like that gave Wyatt three the sun that night. He dMIt lie ingo felt thebitter that I
les. He was back out in no time. seconds of time. Of which ame the gentleman he w as. I sand- was i It andhadn't been said.
"My boy Ringo, along with two he used only two. One to leap in ing for Wyatt and two wnses Wheredo t leve thn
each of the Clantons and McLow- behind Curly, and one to w r. ......a......p B he mud.Wytt'p e yer hed on Rim
Vys. Then Pony Deal, Frank P hea -%be Untlnte- .- aharound the li na palemt eyes, far..onwa 4
yarso and the old he-coon, him badag of -his l o go, deep and sUti as winter-cold
BA 11u-h y myanow seeralon? the t .1$wateriIn adesertatank.edwtoenWth I
"Curly Bill," groaned Ferd a-citize nweresn upgo rs owind "ha s ded aot ed on si.d
vu was," grunted Wyatt. oy S y 's c bessr te. m. udrg aofF er
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At 6 p.m., Sunday night, the fare Training Center (JWTO)-nat,
day stage from Bep and Tuc- Lionel C. McOarr, command
son rolled ur in frant of theO.K. orientation tour. JWTC, opJae
Stable. At 6:01 ai Debulot Army Unit attached, Is the ,A,
down out ofg it 'nbeslWeSP l_-,e o Comtin Aybar,.DsMte
Allan for the EZpitahef fteI AmibMador; AnagVQ.. E
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Walter Nawrocki, the 38-year-old
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trodden men look up to. For the
h4sk0 Cop has devoted himself to
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Center brings- me muet
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me my problems."
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dirtr of the Men's Service CM
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old territorial jail at Idaho City, Id. Jail was built to take care of unruly characters
after the discovery of gold in 1862. The old penitentiary was congructed of hewn
logs nearly one-foot thick. The jail fell iDto disuse when prison was built in Boise.


,'$T.L STYLISH-In the past 500 years, styles in 'fishing boats have scarcely changed
SigtChoggia, a quaint fishing port near Venice. The harbor is filled with boats exactly
like these hand-carved models held by Renato Amoretti (left) and Carlo Rossini.


JEST FISHIN'-Life on a Nebraska farm isn't much different
than elsewhere as long as there's a stream, a boy, a. tinr can
ak4'a pole. This lad's bringing home the family's supper.


CAMPUS IS THEIR CORRAL


* -flT L SESSIONS" at Arizona State college at Tempe are likely to be about the
I rOI thing, along with talk of bronco busting, roping and riding, for here the
stuatIsgo 'in tar the ugged rodeo life on campus. The boys have built their own
act*i .. 'blgeahers to hold their rodeos and' even compete with other colleges.
,lll experienced cowpokes are "on the team" of the school's rodeo Aggie
Oki&g. BW po s 'e* gi ju Jltrp.tioo at all since they. have entered
l. .rtin ac tual competition with rodeo.stars. The college numbers among
't p,;im s sudic experts as Joe'erler, one of the top ropers in the southwest; Bill
Tuikua war veteran who has won'events in many rodeos, and Chad Grabe, an-
other star in roping events. Students get a very practical education at this school.
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Being Features Byndicate


I DRAWING INTSEEST-Women guests at many resort areas in the Catskills are show-
ing their affections for their absent boyfriends by having .semi-permanent likenesses
of them inscribed on their backs. Joseph Kalif, president of the Caricaturists Society
of America, finishes drawing for Donm Softness (right). Jean Koelsch got one too.


SCAREY-EYED-These Papago Indian children are fascinated by the perils of their
hero during exciting moment in a puppet show in Tucson, Ariz. All turned out well.


LONG LINE-It's a case of
long-lined legerdemain here
as a lightweight -ehain and an
automatic locking slid'r on a
new zipper give this olive
green wool jersey a snug fit.


NO LAPPS HERB-Jeremy Coles should b* happy that he's
going to spend the rest of the summer in a boys' camp in
Switzerland, but he's sorry that he has to leave his dog,
Laffs, behind before leaving New York's Idlewild airport


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VLIEG ALCIDES operates 56-inch swing gap lathe at Engineer shop. He Is one of 1426
permanently-employed Panamaniaps, making 'a ratio of seven aPaaanias. to each US. citl-
sen employed by the engciters in the Canal Zien. '.
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B IGGER PIECES of equipment PnSdjoressors,
rass utters, outboard motors and oat
the Engineer shop at Corozat. .Jose .aIvai of l Paum C:lty "is
here s.qhown working oh b ven foot cuter bar of a.u. etor.


EDWIN H. SINCLAIR oL Curundu studies qvercurrent relay
Instrument used at power stations to trip switch in eane of eVer-
leao. Delicate instrument repair shop take care of voltmeters,
meters, ethcops, photo equipment blueprint machiM,


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US Army engineers
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By PFC JOE SMITH chores are just as important as
(Al US Army Photos) the bigger jobs.
At first glance, it would e-em
The U.S. Army Corps of Engi- the Corps' was connected Witl" a
neers completed one of the reat- battalion of jobs: Only a fat vol-
est earth-moving feats in history ume -could list and describe them.
when it made the Panama Canal. In the Zone insect and dent
Yet the Canal is only one of the control is a major task. Sp r a y
highlights in the building and trucks are a familiar and p~jessa-
fighting career of the, Corps. ry sight all over tbh Isthnius while
Snee the first Engineers threw unseen Engineers seek out h'n d
up breastworks at'Sunker Hill in drain mosquito breeding swamps
1775, the (.orps has been intimate- in a never-ending war. .
ly connected with United States i The USARCARIB Enginee's an.
development. al overall"budget of $11-.2 mil-
Clearing snags on the MIssiasip- hion is also spent. on maintaining
pi and Ohio. riv ers a, building water supply, gas and eledtricity,
roads, railroads and canals wes road and bridge building. quirry-
ward, surveying and mapping i e ing, maintenance of hom6e, bar-
expanding nation, constructing racks apd i ther bufldings,'pr -
early forts, fighting Indians on the servation of machines and other
plains, the Engineers helped open items, actual "housekeeping" of
the West to settlers. Army posts including e u t t i n g
Today's Engineers-.follow t grass, pruning trees and keeping
same tradition, building f or a the sheets clean.
growing nation and ready to pick The jobs range from delicate in-
up a rifle and fight when neces- strument repair to packing and
sary. crating household goods. of milita-
Engineers built the vast chain ry, personnel li transit.
of air bases stretching from Sau- In carrying out these assign-
di Arabia to the Polar regions, the ments, Col. R. F. Ebbs, USAR-
barracks, warehouses, camp s, CARIB Engineer, said the .Gorps
power stations, hospitals and oth- employs 1426 permanent Rltn
er facilities in America's drama- employ in the al in
tic line of defense. addit o milta- POf
World War IL, aptly named a the:a ci M. ,Mi a--
"edginetre' war," saw tt6 COWrps ,'las.1 67
at one time building an airfield -a t arepk f
day for 119 straight days. / ddRioal pro f'-ly
Less' spectacular themselves, rconected the' Ptgmrr ith
the Engineers' housekeeping everyday living cane i5 a


The Engineers helps the pocket-
book in other ways too. For in-
stance, the Preservation and Pro-
tection unit at Corozal saves from
deterioration -and loss a pp r ox i-
mitely 8000 line Itemnts a- month of
government supplies ,Mid eq U i p-
ment. The cost of preserving an
itesuch a- bearings or a saw,
s only 3 *r, CO'e tV w tuat-cost.
The fnglueer aihe-rdiorted that
sFfrd Of ~nam* works on the Corps is trying to.,nake local
f.uresidence at Fort Clayton. Up- purchases of allg Wslo items pos-
16fheh muse repairm tea were fling show- sible with th.. ide Sjind M re-
ducing inventories.
"Ebbs said a great~ reduction of
depot stocks ahd been effected a
drop of $6 million in one year.
The amount of local buying jump-
ed ten times in'the last year.
Much of the construction qigi-
mated by the Engineers- I* -'one
under contract to priVati 1.s.
The chapel, now upder ay at
Ft. :Iobbe. is an example Of an
ornal design for tropi1l use.
With Department of the ru mo-
difletions the design m Mori-
:=nlg in the US En-
ffice may ba-
i Ai*Vy chapel rmy

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eabuld r d rForts Gi% nd
Another project un, r 1ruc-
tion is the new headquarterb~build-
ing at Quarry Heights, as as
the almost finished Ordaet4pbops
at Corozal.
Two other recent jobs Are the
parking lobAt at Albrook Air. Force
Base, now in the gralA s44ying
stage, and classrooms for.the 'Pa-
nama Area Damage Cxatrol
School at the Chemica S-etion's
new lotion at- Ft. ClayTfot.
,The orps as i,wkah %.tanue
to perform a dual msh-6tn -') ci-
LiPVC. WIDARD opera uvii works and military construe-
VVIW- M L TAD rprdwengtion.
nmhne, plotting inrument oomplig maps. Wear- This dual civil-military organi-
ing special glasses and using various colored lamps (above) he zatiqn.'.. has become, I think, a
ean see photo. in three dimension. At this machine original asic instrument of th' American
compl aogp I llai-gW~o to insure ears Maw4 ,"4 said Lt GEpl&t, Stur-
-,g mapstdex SgJreel, ,Chief ofI E 2 9ineers.
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"By virtue of the Corps' civil Lakes, elv I e-c iunovemenfs
work~ functions our nation maIa~L- Washington D0 C.mauding tl
taina ja existence an engineering Lincoln and Washigtop i on
and construction agency around ments, t it ; vi WA ter su
which its techmcam resources can ply and rwakgf tiW .".
be nQbilized in case of emergen- In the .wrds'ft Sltrgis: "Wk
ey." would vestoare toga' .what ti
oute"*r.of m Nomandy anv
The turreted castle insignia of sion wou e ena (wlt
the corps tells the same story.' out the) en1ginerlng and eofstri
The men wno otuld the castle are tion know-bw of the Civil Wor)
at all times ready- to defendit lot the Co -of Engineers?"
From the Engineers have come Mere ean more, defense elif
some of our greatest generals In- to ipeed for. "intensive opera
eluding Robert E. Lee, George Ct.tioqn simultaneouslyy and on an
M cC-lan, George .Meade and J.'normous scale In many remc
C., Fremont of the Civil War ppd areas of the globe."
more recently Maj. Gen. Pat M.|
Mason, organizer of the Air Corps This denendt on -Ki.uck cwngrt
Gen. Amos A. Fries, organizer of tiUs power on 4glb scale. T
the Chemical Corps, Douglis Mac. e mRltf ayed at- t
Arthur, Lt. General Lucien Clay, oUtbreaowf i war. 'as
#ndLL Gen. Leslie Groves who lng poeie). khe "'"gil A
was in charge or Manhattan Dis-|Coild baYe e4 taotrt mul
triet, where the atomfe. bomb was ry fai abs U ei the world
bom was, sa itself a
In the history of the Corp0 from jor de t aee b
1775 the w' rd Achievement. Is War at-* itte."
most prominent the surveying I Evefy day i athe bIg and lit
and marking of all U.& botldaries jobs, the nglneers continue
and most State" boundaries, nsur-build the cae of strength in t
vey and mapping of the G re at hope of matainig the peace.


ENGINEER TBrlOK ha just dum, ped gravel for the big grader, operated by Pvt. Roy Sera,
to spread out. Work Is being done by the 26th Engineer Battalion fot parking lot at Albrook
Air Force Base.


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veYed ldely to the military ppt -ie hoMe. P.0e9 Wlmer. L. -
SAsley of .tle S3thf Fft Pighter ...ows how he'd work fb re B*OTR *r Poni d so I C Shop
ire fighatens have, helped drop fir loWes from over 9,4 in 196 3 -pocket coas t, e from.na t the
to leas than 3 th is year. o wlc en a at.


r -bIWN6ie ".wy a.gA ifat. ayto,. wateheo #fete tS LATIN AMERICAN seldlen from the Fort Gullek school often
S mo ef at Io Engaeer reprode teoa plant. r eme ca turnout ever mos or s nt 4aiM ake part la eourses at the Engineers' Corosal shops. ere, a
Sm-yaa adtsu.dier gheetg a big motor grader for damage.

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MY LIFE.CLOSED TWICE BEFORE ITS.CLOS
M lie closed twice before 'It cloee;
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If timorimiy u eli
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of the aet is o what a that ya wa estimated by the bue to theampa kitty
the Potical bloodstream& 61 St. Peteburg Timaes as costing I The eUre situation hba riddled
the lobMesof Washingtoni. t h ICongress with so many "ee9-
SWhl a do twe huge sums come' ictsf a interest" lust ag ore.
There is hardly a senator or rom? .-Not fr average voters bensibe as Talbott'sa pttmay
wagresma a Wshin o but n-f mMRn with fteaiali fav admltiitralsci4, lke T
does not have a .couflif a r-wer to set frn-r gowvem t-bot. wonder why t h afust be
e He has to Cheee wose er magnatM oil kigs, li. quor *ar above su tiuei w there ae-
he will serve the le o i oted.chema, t ar s so-iple ,,i.Mieusers f_ n sa arb so saddled
let him or the b ea.mpaipWfon- bosses. Te s-aled a" W-t fnanc aobligations
tributrs who put up th seer to $ho eaudidatr is "
win those votes. l peR R y -tt.ibutibng.' e- WHAT' THr REMEnD
Talbott was servinw wo h asters .000 a Iereat member o
-tkw Air Force Oapd-.aown r- the6dat%'s family. Some Inents Three members of the U.S. Sen.
*f(e company whbSoaught have give. $4,000 to major can- ate have been advocating reforms
contract' to do persoIn[ dildates before the infant was out as folowsg%:
aeti g for manufacturers of of the- iminslnet No. I: Senator Tom Rennlhs,
air ofce equipment The voters seldom know all this. Democrat Wsourt- ap
** lThey realize vat sums area a law stt i ,ts thd e rnting o
But when Northern congressmen on TV, radio, ilpg board, oleotmln cape ontutions so
voted fao a natural gasbll to in- chures, and pa wrers, but the general pubic will know who
.ctaae thprice to northern boase.-they don't kaow the source of the the rSat financial' con-
wae. et .inMultmvaeous ltr m.e,., Yet terla.. to 4 i u #r .. awu policy
un a badly onded qiot bill. .eas ; ,.retd t mas il .to 1 a itho r-
rayl oat them were little abe-ks in the rae of Secn taryoe at inee wasa i o uo ,
cause o by ad beeen p ato!bo t. war er the d- ___ i larthe-Senet wole Co am
their camp sor r. land, FUNDS tcelaer soes of annal ome.
campaign, by the gas toc*,.a lt. .a .l M _re p i c mef a-t motive re behind ye
-- eby. L natural gap when he reest io 0 'ep e adthet
s faian .IghtsBarr is, e te Uney of Seator lmner Theona
SRjeverOf Arsalwiays plw latle. W rs t 5tyc M t Rlseoo and Detloa egoeratd wi he wMs
MIto d! the alam va, r thEM. Iurchlaon. andT$5e000frm t a t b at y asuggetio ualI re-
teW U repleot o see mtereiagw little Jack Porter of Houston4 qnlbg, every mumnbea of re-
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TulaO Gar CAUE fs lt vod e are-his net t al .
Wea Most pMmietus sesimr er LABDO I FUNDS other sourcesO fcanald income.
Hris reeivedc a geweoeus{lby Attorney Geeral Brownen has s, D in. iT was eel
from Has se, ea. d of a de a grM jury avestgaUo.s '_ expe of the cotton meu-
U aN u Powe. ad Light. amtri- is- .coby-Jthe Urtud AtaB Set or i tormThom a
hbwever, baa always pl C Woae httrers in the IM4 election j Okaoma Dmoratwh nhewas
tW the gm u Mc~gan. The theory Is that foda scl StheSenteA-I
u S j ued were froa- uens sl-erel"ture M)aite. orse re-t.
TALBM dam CAW ist viobt of he TaIt' de11We"is bill tth1ptear.

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