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:
AA00010883:00848

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Thi is advice loesps t But the playpen still ves
in tuho priacticesd what you some freedom
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Miss Secretary keeps the office enMin with smoothly meshed conversation. Her'looks above the desk. (Ceno r) count heFfty,'
gears, but if she's smart she ever forgets grooming and eti- so her nails are neat and short, har hair ai.M clothes unfu."
quette are also part of her jab. Private secretary or not (left), For looks and comfort (right), be' typing posture is erect t,
she respects her .boss' right t a personal letter or a private a well-adjusted typing chair.


BY ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty, Editor
Being a secretary can mean a
t e glamor and fun, along with
r. It can be exciting and re-
Sg, is most gals will tell
Mu when they're not grouping a-
utt overwork.
S 'ca. women, aside
amr models, need to
'a t l their looks and
tqett as a secretary does. It's
stSf bet job to make a good
npuu -_for z boss, be ra-,
b 1W d even when
mt tired, W be an ornament
l good ta to te organization.I
Secretarf-as'* t young and
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glittery any more consistently but never last" night's corsage. dictation and transcribe a letter.
than salespeople are. aut the Her nails are clean and short e- alout her boss' soe's .. c amp.
smart ones, young and el. temd sough for good typing. clothes, but he till has a right to
their appearances eoep-ly; K u. d Posture and general carriage a- any privacy he desires. He may
E arl Nicks, the Ibsaleats *ua- round the office can m a k e or have a skeleton in the closet no
on director of a le tift break morale and efficiency. The more important than arch sup-
writer company, has whippe'e taught in secretarial ports, but Me has a fight to that
a few rules to keep theta tmis ools not some iron bound severe f.A s Ars leaves
of looks and manuersr s t torian whisk. It looks best ad the roo her bos g a r-
.... :" ..... O preveA t.-v qhtk tlfe^ qonal cal se etensithe
'Though a 's asy dentllyir r chair. M is wrong mail mnl er less
siren waiting foe the. typing table a bad height, a has beeT. cited to
doesn't wanT his retary owes it to her boss to watch fori
one, Dr. Nicks for and get equipment -she 'Individua digit co
servative clothess, iv an work with wall and comfor- and awards the right of sea
touch of styl IN h bly. ness, however dependent a
are best for a r. may be on his gal i th oter
necklines shouda't embaiU sa Very important to rembmber, office. This is pretty close to be-
ers. If she has that flair, ah t y Dr. Nicks says, is the matter of in the touchstone of a good see-
wear a flower on a iuitabl drss, privacy. A secretary may take retary.


J tour /c Katles A aa'ti&al slassinet


I Beaalfd basealmet can be fashlemed wi"th eftaor ta*et -
an asa ee. One-plnee quild liMa Ifasr es. M td
sewl-usach e ttachuamlet has es*-qu ea dge

This is' dream stuff. a fabu- as easily be fashioned .-.B -
loesly beautiful basinet for thbe nade fabrics that .,ee .' -B
luchist baby in the world. If ing. r a mo taU e
You've ever mooned over the love- could be, made tL ginghlsam. Be b
ty. ready-made confections chane- fi, of course, the standard law te
es are your dreams were doused iry basket. "
by the ice-cold reality of the price th. e
tags. A frieM d of mine turned her Here's *hat you'll aed: ,ie m0 s
I back on what she couldn't afford yands of 50-inch taffeta: t h dta
and devised one that's fluffy, rut- yards of 36-inch outing. flannel; fIt t
i fly and pretty as a pink cloud at seven and a hal r .or 1
ia traction of the cost a dastore; cinch organdy = oiTda r r
I bought job. Hers was a labor of of36 inch usnleabed muh; t
love f0r a favorite niece. She three yards of aap apf;- t
worked out the instructions which d o fl,.l ..t
follow. The ruffled skirt snaps three yards of -
and the quilted I er is one pice, "a n he Yards t "f 'A '- J
eliminating several operations. ( bye-'nd- ,--d
She used her trusty sewing ma-. Inch-wide later fading.
chine (which isn't new) and em-
phasizes one point. Do pull out Cut paper patters -xaeit sb
i your sewing machine attachment tsmod stin haftla ll aht
UIseful for this project are the this taret a piece 1of eig l
hinder, narrow henmer, adjusta- nel. Qultd aes of bst
him. cording foot., qmftng feetb d am = a.
guiderara thippa da UZt-BW
dust in the aewvQ1ifs e msas urt l
pratlce Oen a few far rapI d of tie baket.'
before you start. Ief to basket*h e aa & N gI
STrue to the extrawaasat luxury ,at ten peiat to I, an
of flta Masbe S this q ith made a bet' n R s. .
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Momienc.Develapnetti ht. ,
Varela Jr.. Mr. Itl6a Sometm -. '
Jesus A. PImarro. that a a ls ,
a City, Mi. J. Hi. aa styleat a bis, Sig
rG. D. Addison of drs thafltight.mt r. then.
She buys', i g to letI t
...**- 6t here. r thrt, but never gets
SPa arouad to i;
g so she gres o wearing a dress
al Einmea Club that not only does nothing for
iags p r4 1in bher, but actually d ets from
aE ks IsteWOiq r b appearance. It also probably
a TueaWS M flIn makes her feel more dor old-
, .ro-. sotl .- er, more .eout than she Js.
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MayPasvead by chaplain Mrs.
LouiuOrton.
Sft tant sof ofthe St.9
Sp= leduBmr waN Wsu by the
iseftnt .was red b7 1 fw ry
a.' e".sa Brown "Id fappov-
Mbs. frances G Qi. A4"resn-i
Ism ehabrlady read mVO *I ,a -
glain.e an -sarticle tfoe "Hip
make democracy Live."
Mra. Jean admond reported
baving sent ea ,to t6 mMbers
who are ill One In tel Coth w 6o
Hospital and the eL0M in the San
Ferando CibIe.
Other m sber..
Mw$mea. Slots M 6 M ary
M* _owe Gaoms. Cs a Bsah,,
Alel AraBdt&.lne asan and
ne ^e t a beautiful
c = bNe4_ f *gur m won 'by MWu
a L m*, *B, l s I .. o, the .ve-
mt were Mrs. Ptaut* GIBey
anr Mr%, Jenny Gdaend.
A& Ut lfev Day
F F"y At Ns"' NMPs
Thet A TAbor Day Fish Fry
will be spoasOud by the Deonvo-


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.Reoervations now.being received
fo Labor Day.

Reopening will be- announce4 op-
portunely.


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S.hilRoIerOyteftndmp water offthe
Soo# of Grese. He0 eold -e it clearly in
* creviie between two roWel, but could
not reach it.
In 194 bhe etumred to Greece and took
up under-water lshing agls. Being lent
a self-contained bmthing apparatus, he
ihunediaterl theugt of ,is long-lkt
watch. With the aid of the new eqtlipnent
. he was abl to swimdpwn tote esloor.


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roMks dltoed the w"tbl
mv e wh m. h.ead I .
behmr. After 4 aftt

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Formerly


PRINTED AMERICAN COTTON
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* TAFFETTA, all colors
Formerly "0.60 ....,.........NOW


* SANFORIZED CHAMBRAY
: Formerly 0.75 and 0.90 NOW 3 ydi. x
* LINEN


Formerly
* PRINTED'
Formerly


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LIBRERIA PRECIADO
17 trMet b i. I
MORRISON
asbf Jul Avi & J as.
fQTO DOMY
Juds Areasenm Ava owe W.


Teoages areMew erminM. Re-.
siter now by e.Uln| lboa
2 42$9 or Pesame .- 1660.
Clesoa will tart Sept. 17th at
* a.m. & 10:30 et Ialbea
YMCA. ONLY TMuIeg e lAnM
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WI e In no w oall" e& .
RETIREMENT, LIFE 1t-/2 hour leien end Fill
S ,iONC 11.DANCE WAn.OOK $10.00. Harett
r-D1CATION I INURANCE
Jf M RIDGE Help Wonted
SPho*o Fnas n 2-55 WANTID:- Maid. must knew
re cook, do general housework,
-- live in. Mut have references.
B,* ca_ 1 el) with 1 StrAt. III Congle. hean
,# Ip ou, No. 7. Phone 3-0912.
WAN.TED:-Girl, gentel house-
Ir f pKRA l TORSUKl wok wi, Amifamily. Not-
W .h .a o..c ,C eorences required. 50th St.. house
(pasiner PMjdu. _. ,. No. 38. S, Fridman.
"p m L.A m 1 g WAN4TED:-Spcalsh .M.i, house
woerk. Isndry. Cser of children.
.rLive in. 5435-A, Dishlo.


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Milk Of Human
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* LOUlDE8 PMARMIACY
1 1 Ceasaselol
CASA ZALDO'
ClowI Avg 45'
FARMA It' iATUARO
Ifa LOOMery PlmI


FARMACIA LOMW ,O -
Vreath fat r Aw .*
Agencies Internal, de Pubi

FARMACIA LU"
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FOR SALE
-, Automobie


FOR SALE: Upight plane,
girl's ea erd sipe icskle,.
rby's stroler and bathimete.
PIhne Ponmie J-6809.


Wa 1 -e'Mode mauto-

CadHllOc or whet yy"
--4wMlk away with cefel
.. Lwcpy tnah an the Wt.
Afndtl AIwMNMA be2 ide.q.
Adhki~eate 2-2616 or I.


Empir St. ref, I MUST s ElLL .--LIIm 24. S,
Rettas 4-plesw liji Mg rem set. -
2 steel eofiof dfea; tbM; rug. m,
mohair 9.x 12j 5 ilemaC gee Sa 4
cans; chain. 759.D. hemoky pid SI
Street. SBae.. 4 **f,*
FOR $ALlz--i.< table 4,x-
48 $S; ,eeirt .sleek $Z.50;.
lecfdrc shbipr hin matle Cock pck MIA
$6; mebegesy @.M. .mbrry t,- tIq. W4J
he $6; 1atdp ii ie $2.ISO hpdtOb C
lawn aOewr $4. IST1-A .Cac. "be 2-431
MbAiW 2:2r0(
--- SAI
FOR SAI-,, RdMigerar 91-f. $200. Vom
$75; m q bMrt set or w lea~i
$300; b1e,' k4,rb bleach.- 1124.
d maedr 100; Gmeneral UI- .L
. I et.ie.l,, $3S .de-p,.M- SAL.I
, .r.op.S Z h $00; me-oy *"
ShoeakeyewAr ob $100d 55, T.ntOr 0
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T-driV; 1953
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Sfawd coditee. Own-
SIthmus. Fort Clayton


:.-'52 Poetiae Chetf-
Ro converible, coim-
quipped. Top, ir..
pholvtery in Ocallent
P*Ln 82-.1141 or


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FOR SALE:-
ill pgpplel
Hitter. R. F.
SA, Les Rles
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1*1dif-&-" "71 7l two grappled and Prete e-1 W '
,,s p.m aSmerged with scratches on his neck hiFORm._ F d- W hound p.. .
and a tmm T-shirt. pills. s mal run, s mt old. 32nd Stree
Pollee stepped In an carted both .- .N 1. Apt. 20. 12 P.m. .
WrA B o the battle Mrse Qugef
,.Lu+" ")A S__,.,I. E ,. P~engaged In a running verbal ex- ._..,i_ tears, F / dtirn oel
: hange w t" 5pert brunette, Mrs. ;la,. m2-32 ",r" .--dan ate
a 1'~r Lanny Brewer. who showed, up I l3g07 uI9..N*Jlu vsrole 2-322 ss.,ee n
EAT'L -SHP with a souid truck from another *.. 7- Trl. ,.. Sny.
C IA L UAW local. UNIVERSITy PARK. Pa.-(UP) pAR S-L:-1950 hulek Uip
nwA r tMrs. Brewer. recording seere-. -Researchers at Pennsylvaa a gw, new whiawll tiles
COm v t of Local 20,- calledto Mrs. State University have come up ridre, rnw palInt, esoMlent sn-
SI Dgle, "Do you wofk here? With soutet.-iformati6on which may dllon. Can ie flhmneed,.Phow
So Where or husband?" o may not aOuse coneriateion in Curnda 6265.
S"Noe of your business," Mrs. the- bard -rooms of soft-drink .
mMan di r ThunAy lysna mpped. f irms. FOR SAUit--Sbhl ls sRead-M
.e a1 .BSatmw our top," Mrs Brewer Fok those in need of that late- ster, berain, $&5a. Alt, 37 VI
BloS-aa .tated 'Yone got hole lt It Il. afternoon pickup, the advice from Amspiart. Phie )-1010 *I
U-.. wata-; .. 4y. AUl you're eIlb to get is Penn .State is: "Reach for the duty hours.
a. ; -- ri ela sa la t ne ore prane juice." ..
n l|ed tte4di .*m e 5 ble Ian ytWr.alreal Mleached A stdy conductedby Dr. ,Paul- FOR SALE t. O T.l.1-19
S.., "a e Beery Maek and MAloise Ford V-I F-eli fonlc rad
The bl6nd Mrs. Qi]gley disdain- Sturdevant itxon revealed that a redlo, hete salexeSisn.' excel
UimatUb ntlh'tgl. Ied a reply but she snapped back swig. of orange jujce is one of the lenmt omlsend $95. Phe
at. another taant delivered while best ways to increase energy and 229. .
Se wse holding the baby of anoth- avoid fatigue.
or women. Furthermore, added the citrus- FOR SALE
i"Where dl y7 borrow. the fvoriha doctors orange jue F S
t ca=I: "I .ccon ishes this revitalization Rfl EStaot
'm49 ft Ud .. .. i' .' l ' ,,,.7!,w.. ,.guy..4 .. 11,,.
I^SW^-6.'1.. a .. 9 6 Mrs. QN se.7 a- t plain o Mauger und vitamin C. c,, a.,,.
'-matis 9hjdreun 'ot Drs. Mack and Dbion based their oom."-hpeiseee
ilS.t ie-. F ,, s. Ot maa enough to coaclaw onp on en r tance. tests in i 2-035.
~Ib^.*,i,_.t ip m sa mtre. -lwhicbh 149 children and 25 adults ..,,
~lB,% he!, 1 l, part tildytaed. The research- Te .sthfor_ uvmeTsy. $S85
saQgiglay m*titmod her l-a ers found that after an intake of wiN ky twoe.-iise ms"
InF .i)* 1 SI h-fe but l.e ved t-e. u- 14O oDces, f frozen orange Juice. buislitW. Alm, we hwe tw
I'flrij whiD leg .o the subjects.. ould do more bdreem oy buglow-wti
b e-pugsh-ups and alt-up. nil were less 2z- 'A f fum. loisid 0,0
ln- '1 ,ed re r rating'p 'land d. Goonbd ipm. fiO
Tasft m-Steps. e a#Atrsr
d'111F5.+ lym. ..curthermS UMa tl .-m ,,, St. M
fhea_ cu or ers turned,- i e b .ite r t b 1 s ,.on .. .---t
at- ih aye pItalng .tHr S..veap MaWp51rWo, oph
lA 4, 'were g.aer Uj a faid eandelsinto a. grip QUZNCVaU21. (.)- Af





I d nt think hets ma. o- I.E A ii .n
,.' nough tod eome out. metoimeL bet et aboutJT drg
Has -, I but let out. witn occa4_nU we tohe Itafican star Sicvb*w io.pwts'f.i o



K~hl.--'L^ '^'l* T -Mr". 1 with the Italian star Silva" Mapmfo opIII OR


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Toi Road Compliod
, "AWA, IUL -(UP)- location
grv fa 1a P,00,0 national
4L testing project a1eve been
'C trut, o of the eight-mile
fatr ahwtV il begin ext year.
jillnoil man some 44 other states
are coopetrtlng an the project.
The Fdral Burmal of Public
Roads, a ffsmber a'pivatei ndis-
tr aad the Ameran Associa-
tion of State highway officials all
qre expected to participate in
compreenve ests on the
oject.
A two=ear test will provide data
for ture road construction. The
two-lane divided pavement Vlti-
mady will become part of U. S.
6 ar here.,


11 yea t of



Treatments




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EULLA V13%& T&a~


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chaed or love -
Ymnel ftrlta Vii
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dog, aqiw
fshakm, ph
Pot Shap;
3-5411.


FOR SAL:- 947 PIhMot 4-
dor $275. Thwee sped. Mesd
piver, 25-4ole. LeviqMa Ir.
McAdows. 2-S fO.
FOR SAL.:-l.uellts enditlem
Dl & H"well mM. Movye am-
era, moasine IW l iwhml en*
change with I w0 mi. 1 epic
ism. Oriina eto $2 59, wil.
acr ific st $150; 35 mq, B.l-
"y comer W/./eea. tp.-"Ndi-
olli tak es 9 eifl n swored
sldes, 2 Iywr *Idd; give away
price of $25. OHmse 1 Mw-
, Ave.. IBlbo. Ph e 2-
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FOR SALIE-28" gi re bkiysle,
12 bme acoriden. 0857-A 01-
eg"der Place, Ielbea.
PF4R RINT-Aimentw with or
witwf funs t I a ".
aing seem, i reim. we-.
rtrm and bo12kyd. Apvpo Cam
Central, 9126 oelAver Menue,


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1LYMKOUTH, England, ABg. 27 I
(UP) -rA womar member of Par- aft Pakistan is vital to
*Iamett promised today to help tOn1's .national solvency, ay
Bitlh saiafr Let rid of a "hos Nationalh-Geographic Soit


that has been frightening hi wife
for moths.
;oan Vickers rushed to the aid
of her ounstituent, Seaman Wil-
liam Hampson, after he complain.
ed he had filed to chase the ap-
parition during a two-week home
leave jua1 tnded.
Hampson, 28, was believed to
have .been the first Navy mans
ever to get home leave to ehase
a ghost. He has been serving
. board the aircraft carrier Eagle
Is the Medlterranen.
WIs wife, Dorothy, emplailled
S ashe wa ble ag
bcemunp of wsaah


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vial soil produce more than !


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E- -. Mili Vickers, member-of Parlia- p s
POR SALI:---10% o dbient in mint for Devenport and Pz oom '[
headetone of Se ele end Ml.- mouth, called on the sailor's Aleusde"o Gr x~ ,
awteR fante, eor Mt. HNe. today at her Plymouth hone. rofte
Creiml ead Jewrdi Al Piu tearki Sdhol
Atdoo (Mm ). Aw* 1 9'"MARPMO- She told the mutter ot four cil-
RIA,." Stret oe. 52 w dren she would appeal to housno Nr A .rt
12-42, Penamo. hPbea 2-2I IUthontis to .arrTangeae m or 1
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PANAMA CANAL COMPANY Hampet'Is story," Miss Vckers
S OFPIR$ VARIOUS ITM$ said aft her vliit. "She is a Men- .... u',
PFO SALE sible woman and I am certain she deata.l aT
Se mld kbid for oenlu gin pub- hsl not imaginedd thee thin ."
lik. win lbel reclvedi mil 1l0:0 Now tat h leave mp
l .m.. Soenlbs 2.1,, In the sn bhr beea ra toduty
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eacho G mew et dfhe. ni TbA6n oot is still thb," he .
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od gold, she told me. despite the
my. 40ovie dht. based on her
tries.
'You can't write for two Ipe-
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you do," she smiled, "it comesI
A crs-e4yed. Only backs write.
tb one eye on Hollywood. I have
write for myself. I can't write to
ler. If aoilywood buys a stury
consider it good-luck-a bonus."
idna is sitting in. for the first
Be on. filming of mne of ber
yels' "Giant,' in which. she'll
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"Ut.aq i fla,- t l iwn" ..... .[...... .e bi sm s and WXirner EaUs. -
AND C e a.d Waier. daiuna pdltedd 1by .Din&.peinWhd what GHoPywood
the ". *. *antfro s .e s a .--*' .' *Jaug .. ... r "l."I 'eT t !ash .beenho o i -
'-.iS5 T. a wa ly !V tpl**ay a at ithe Thettr. ynas d.a s h rne of her writinAl
..b.ne" ana .. .E es .o,. s a at c -be a-..
"r .tr efl"W'nti-Ia( mrm ade. a_.".' wnd h e ss a t- ra etiliet,, e aid, "butvI'drath.
...*vw Mhm p anti." **A TAfak A Go d. GAo.od or ommit t-to Sha ertion
-m. verse" -.a. S. 'I...aid,-. t_ .* a O; (,Tu A A-> l V ou, o i'-lan. ,.. e ,,names.". Shae o.fos td ta nd re-
-"l hYoM -I Alin.O 1 up. alle. d-aiu a ioan.U- to es apl oeln pe te d ron," then told mb w hy for 46
Cth sam ,r ht h ewB fe, 1w t elee.t at, W J&usto go ito memmat ot dee years he' IP cd fabull tawofers
et Wr x e so vr nxt toiem trd hav Exper LISTs Essentials to r8' stuo peml contract.
D .ah the AX- smu. -o .W Ro ,,cPA yflrst Fovie offer when
n-w. f CBf -* e n :iCote pisl, ls"ea ar o Iebdst pr- w1 ;epivd.%tur tn edwonw fW&
d~o l Shoa wIS d l.t _.Fsvai &g v 1n sula t._J U v Ibee, ..rfi. n te odow, ,ever
A m te. Alien Saow l loff I'es a fire' MUIn ie eb. he' a a t. It rthouh l .of us T are not aware t own domfbtt. 1eirn own ts e a.out ho.-t' ab
again -oy c some steals a ire, te my -me asen o wt we exect to get f r o m by plunging them o todeeper faaygsti I still o Bak at it every
tnew' rMr M s tain eoaeflthsiat toimh go into aa tr r- e another dpl son's di- now and then aur
owinH.ersOn. o suh*ess. f avrrsahe- rida.loerf py ac od. .o A-.I e.. but le.W rite to Pis.e .yself.'
GahGy AW '11odrfeeal t< en^ In beult.y eiii&.ffotloolpuu."
ao st r xitarom o is opra d H- i.ad t agents. h I should hate asenuies. That "beautiful bu* mo an.-
mnor.N??^ lT ttup oc5 reaOB d off ^ff~~lgja toa pjq*Y yry yservaUon of ctkal. I publicity still haunts vic Matc
...'_,- -- la 'st- prs, s.ch "a pair o oftenke-Wot dgoimg ta par- help us understand what .mieswho jut arrived In Lhndon fra
ood rasta oig plasters, = Ua oroeWsa w ho s ot a e e Lb ofor e
SInoibge sd i stird p .laste, di sied in their best bib and some people tick in at rhythm qiUen starring role with Janet Leigh in
a dpI daarst~te P d mes oI sw14 a tuckerr" Miss Wood sald -in an to our own. It should gently per2lSafarn." One tLondon newspaper
te craesma a quart bottgUe o waca article in theatre Arts magazine. suade an adtetice tit Aunt 5ai- headlined it.
ren e." "Somie are from out of town and sy in Waukegan, III., is, after all "Baron o Beefcake Here."
Muie of bin whiuar os e have nothing to do- until a buLi- not too unlike ;Amanda Wingfield o canbe su Vic's bnefing.
Ied, more planned. The Sdot nessan appoint t ten the est in 'The Glass Menagerie' or that Rck HMbudson haifase not in
d" ,_ ._ "wr le loe -d ." d St pnied Kowa .l- s treetcar the "Secretly Married" Leasa1.
Wh li. -wives 'k.e. rt.'e the too unlike the na Mobrho .me- hush kfit-tylng for ROk.an4oPhyl.
rsaiopn"as ofil vchar svet isa a q od to be seenchanic whotkes re of yur car.li Gate are, he says "A lot of
But the edi iH ce are formcn- for a good charlryd OUR WORLD | true that Hudson isn't a happy lad
But thee, hle clever, are not their competitor plans to be there t over the Broadway-bouod play
e 's ief t tok -trafi Pre it- a ln pty Or. hei we iivst ,; t'o ICG-U the world wil success po Rock Huulter7'o
,marly, he Is an ad- lIber. ,Ande E Eo Piza ontelevisionli wsc i e lit ei o "vw lSez be:
Athse are some ofdthistypical offl- will olive. u d l o s on oe th mi
and want to see what he's lkef "Ro5HAtnttheram.theime, it should d ) and er(e g movies t 'o-
ATo a glroP of Boy Scouts, "1dem1 No. -hle amf tw York, the i^-arp.nd t e front row on opening ngt.
otpr at er -bow they wig -b w theatrhu iie N ork.e adThe atomidthr ed exibtence.r
o rags wi th o si a nd hw t yfl gs:__n yeo pl ur "home town are I n". ana of ran ts t oci- This I gotta see before I sue.
it. u oI t ji meas. h ena te on youa about w Ohat yU nation elements mUNt also be the .. .. oro- .-
btat ,Irenoa m a k.ing a wnice wh"t Wml voU say It you m,.twtho reason for ,It the trim, a Skip the taknsabout hard-hearted
o. u.e ,sre ming a l.can't discuss the ert hie t?, i i" aMlisd we T 'studios while Tony Curtis is r.
beez.i", l.ay it i. called conflict. Andri at round. U- gav e him a "frndly"
B To the audience, after 15 min- WHAT'S GOOD good plAy will, of cpour!.beA suspension for his 'Trapeze act
,l. st ,utes. during which cues were thi, e fact remains by anhault rs pec Yealtof the loot said to be w00000.
missed, scenery .fell down and them'usands and thousands. of style." r Thr e bosses could have lent hbli
.nothing workedd rgt. Welcome, p,'o 'kinds' of ple do come o -- ,u ;-' out for the role, paid his salary
to a new d low e 'Shambles.' to the theatre i. Nw York to ie asasM All A dil d pocketed the profits.
When"Lfanns,".....te Mwhatthey hope nU S.simply,.ear mlU-jire,, Ear Witnes: Gary Coo a'as
^^^H sports to a o ot veral stock And wat coituesh ; I trted, he fold Author W-,e
vices. He reads-be llerent letters a day? Bolton. in "The Silver Spa.de," th
to the editor in >.i ent voice, who had rereset- V Conrad Hilto ory. Bolton and
he reads song lyr.s as though ed such successful playwrights as the star have a date fo Tscuas he
They were great poetry, hoe eoz Tennesee Williams, Robert An-. CHICAGO -(UP)- Federaltkx- ft or a movie .. Rosano
qW s toy called a G. Ga 0 der,, William ge, Carson MCe- payers who are asesnsed added azi the Italian heart throb, will
twhickh mskt a ilh y -ose e.a end Maurice V a len Cy7,amouits by the internal revenue ay tezol Pfla role in the
talkS t t tho beaudiPence-. si(fels that a good play will meet'eommissioner. would do well to vers'om of"South PacIfle" ...
Actually, his brand of humor fe ,lo wi requirement: 'follow a "pay.-up-and-sue" pocy. This i ame note for glamor gal
o th aib -
isnothin new ,fHe i prot ib | i. L To teach a m audience, it Commrce..Cea.ring Hou said. Anita Eckberg. A Sunset Strip
.lcoedlfat an h a must contain for i tides 1-The m lear ho-se bod lt 1Ub19 hImAfnrgsr, Wpter is. sqrviqg
than comedians and his of vedgt 5People. o* "his 401h; jun than half the. taxpayers wh9,- oJI,"Zckbergers.:'
ole h um o uh a delhen t. Butbe understood hb the Park Ae-4 lowed that pojpcy g t evk.
u o~*.i`9..tiea1me W n lou broker sat'" as the ook- lik with interest" wh i"4 aril3n Monroe's presence at
-,ii^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ lteaoti- u ]yn eiographer.' thuir alleged deflcItacrea, i Mtne Bement,41., CentennialBasre-
9 N -, a_ W ittf, an. inconmu. la s--f" r refunds. eeral niCt ported from the ear&, to 'om-
A. 'PW" .I wo ...se-.s ah __ '"nr with Lincoln and the art&"
,, be did the do-It-y~ur 3 o- i.t shoud have.- eiotdoqnt diS. tax oh pre. o col.scu hoear bed,
A "atAes TaXpayirs whoe ,9P fte revealed..that.shee"sleep with a
.i I have rt .hve t epoe liffVato the u nota e.uirIe
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Four Class A and B imported thoroughbreds
will match strides in today's featured $1000 one.siile
race at the. Juan Franco race track. Lexden, Fol,
Counsuerte and Turgot are apparently evenly match-
ed in a contest that should develop into a humdinger.


461. lost a hairline decision to Barlyon lived up to'. exp
SBarge Royal last Sunday in a lions and raced to a rldicu
S race in which Lexden finished far ly easy victory In. the lea
ack. Blas Aguirre who will be class D seven-furlong sptil
aboard Fol, rode Lexden in that The four-year-old Drown
race. Lute Giraldo had the leg up of Coup de Lyon-BatlMane
on Fol. Virgilio Castillo will re- off the second choice in the
place Aguirre on Lexden. tuels despite his file recent
rormances. Favorite to cop
Consuerte was an impressive $600 event was the disapp
winner in the Class C g r ou p ang Nogalino which, fot the
and will be moving up among the ond straight time, turned
track's best for the first time. dismal performance.
Euseblo Gastell will handle Felix Barlyon chased pacese
Rodriguez' hard running Chilean Empire Magic for half the
Importation. tance, took command almao
The fourth scheduled starter is will then opened up day
front-running Turgot which could until he hit the finish line
make it post-to-post if he is not eight lengths in front. Porr
overtaken early. Cristian Rebolle- came up to outlast Empire
do will have the leg up on the gic by a half-length for
stout-hearted Stud Montelimar co- place. Espagirico was fourth
lorbearer. Nogalino. which trailed thra
out, wound up the parade.
The experts figure that Turgot Barlyon returned $4.40 per
and Consuerte will battle for the ducat.This, however, was 1
lead during the first half of the pickings when compared to
race with Fol and Lexden coming Vey's $72.20, $36.40 and $12.1
up to make it doubly interesting cross the board in the fi
in the final stages, race. She coupled with Tills
The secondary attraction, f o r n for a $192.60 quiniela. ]
Class imports, could turn out ever, the biggest combine
to .be the rac of the day. Un- payoff was the Tiger's TE
beaten Kadir ets his stiffest local Young Prince one two in
atet to date when goes against the ninth race which returned
hMhy rated Chivilngo, ap eedy Fortunato Hidalgo Jr. and
C pantt, stout hearte Monte fredo Vasquez s hared asa
Rouge, strong fishing P'tno- honors with three victories <
vie. and clany Amorio. h The dividends
a otheraces ae Iuded FIRST RACE
an attractive program. 1-Gay v Spot $3.80, 2.40, 2.20
yesterday. the Stud Tetesa's 2-Dipr8nce .0,2.60.
J -- ~8-Charming Prince $3.40.

U b M 1-~olden Wonder $440, 3.41
2-True Blue $11, 6.
3-Vain Dar $3. -
SSMmniDoule: 17.40.
1 THO D I ACE
i Wiai-7 da $8, 3.80,2N.

an armed e basket- s- T Pick 2.8.
champion Fort eabs take flT 0.
iasy until Wednday when FOURTH RACE
I* o t A Albroo 1-Surv6y $72.20, 36.40, 12.80
1r irto Rtieo Where they 2-Tilin Til n $4, 6.20,
tH face Camip Loasey in he Ca 3-Villarreal $4.
ta Command cpamplouship Qulltel: $193.60.
y las. FBTH V RACE
r I-Don Goya $7.40.
men wl. y esCeoly 2l-GoldeaT i,$2.40.
r h John Garve? &W asdifaut Mm-ltAC ,
Wood for the ers yhich 1-Sup' s.A80, 2.60, 2.
be played at th t S a ,a r omllr rthO-
Vy aMa.t Zey. 'st: mA" L ..- RO4
t as title with a 104 reto W. l* 2B
mainly on outdoor course. T-Ialll'et $3.26, 2.60. 2.40.'
obbe captured the local serv- 2-My DT .20, 4.60.
U title thesecond straight 3-Por b $.40.
I ga2n down a stuborn ood Double?_ $.20.
crAytea outfit, 70 W, In the X.IH RACE
a a e p elayoff 1-Okiland .20, 3, 2.20.
,, eeee a o layt came. -- tm d ad P .0
when Cavaliers came 3-Mun .8
Sla* final game of the reg- NTH RACE
eBoem to t the Lifeliners 1-Tiger's Tet$10I0o 7.40,
it place. -Touangr P fe $11, 8.40.
at Kobbe vn oyed a 3-Dainty Ducheas $8.40.
W holiday yesterday In eel- One-Twas. 2
of the cage caipion- RACE
A Aid Coach Garter anneutc- '-BaDrly $4.60. 2.60.
y that bts play pon't 2-4-Pc a*Jo io.
mt t until they reas i ierto ;. z*riV mRACE
11 _7" 1 I $4.40, 2.20.
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E-ales went t y LUS ROMER
competition uli -
Barracks hand-
8 setback in the 1-pury Lee Ate
a of the season lasti S- entx Tope
The Loseyites won the, 3-Ria Rol Ale
ama Sham sont Scial Troops B-Ocean Star F"
a series at ort dayton In ear- 6-Cetnly Prince Vulean
Ap. 7-Kd Chivill
ibws host team for the 8-Baugaba El I
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lit Rae "I" Impesded 7 Pu.re .0 Pal Clam 12454
FIRST RACE OF TiHl.U
1-Chucunaque A. GonA. 96x -BelBim,in coach M
2-S. of Scone J. G6ngora 122 -No.thk in months
3-Newmilnater R. O6mez 108 --Doesnt seem likely NM
4-Atom 0 F. Godoy llx -Last race indicates- e
5-Wild Wire F. Hidalgo 110 -Desn't seem likely
6-PauesL B. Agulrre 11I -Should improvenere M
7-Henry Lee 0. Sinchez 122 -No. 1 contender 8-a


2nd Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fp. PaseW $500.00 Peel
SECOND RACE OF THI DOUUL ,
1-Topocalma R. CrtatlAn 115 -Last w terrible
2-Fellac J. 06ngora 105 -Has jrW, speed
3-Cascador V. Castilo 113 -Hais nothing
4-Copar. H. RuZl 106 -I1m Jg.,ateadily
5-Ftnix B. Agnrre 112N thing"
6-D. Beatriz L. OlraIdo 112 -Ratea-'third beat

Brd Race "D" Natives 7 FPs. Puse $30.00 Peel
ON -TWO


1-Julie
2-Alonsito
3-Don Grau
4-Rina Rol
5-". Velluda


B. Bae* 102x -Coulfl score in upset
H. Ruiz 115 -Racing to best fbrm
F. Hidalgo 106 -Improving slowly
B. Aguirre 115 -Back in top form
A. Cretdidido 99-Rates good chance


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QUINIELA
1-Volador A. Mena R. 109x-La#, was very poor 15-
2-Prot6n B. Aguirre 114 -Raite good chance here "~
3-J. de la Cruz E. Ortega 108 -Nothing m monthss 15-1
4-Don Wende J. G6ngora 118 -Should be clse up/
5-Asemurada F. Hidalgo 114 -Dangerous th. time .
6-Yostpongo H. Reyes 110 -Longshot poasblity' 10-1
7-La Nacl6n B. Baeza 100x -Blazing early spee 5-1
8-White Fleet H. Rui 108 -Should score this me 3-

5th Race & C' Native-U FPe. Pue. $550.00 Peel Cleaf Ss
1-Metto H. Ruiz 105 -.ockey could help 4-1
2-Ika A. Creldidio 100x-Distabee suits style 2-
3-9cean Star A. Teza 120 -Poor effort in last MU
4-Flu Fru Gastell 110 -Has strongest finih 5-
5-Macho B. Aguire 110 -Looms mutuels favorite -
6-Daniel V. Rodriguez l21x-Returns from layo4. 4 4


6th Race "F" Impoe 7 PO .00 Poel C
FIRST iRACK T I DOUIL
,.*ucalsado A. YcJa,112 -Has strong finish
a-'. Print A. V zue '113 -Lsked good in last
-oNessfb F B lg 108 -lhih i the Pan
4-rLxVUrook V, C lo 115 rd to beat aee
iltW 0. Chantk 108 -Early speed otnly
6-Va~ley tar H. RuIZ 115 -Back in winitg 'form


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7th Rese "C" Imped Pl. e $60.00 Pe CM
SECOND RACE OF THE IDrlULP


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1-Kadir A. Viaques 120 -Gets real test here 34
2-M. Rouge 0. 8thchez 116 -Serious effort now 3-1
3-Chlvilingo B. Aguirre 113 -Wilt fight it out 8-1
4-Postinovich H. Ruis 100 -Could upset dope 5-1
5--Amorio A. Mena 120 -Rates outside chance 8-1
6-Chlspeante R. Cristlin 110 -Would pay nice adds 10-1

8th Race "6" Native 6s /P. .Purse $275.00- Peel Closes 4:40
20. QUINIELA .
1-Consentida A. Creidf4lo 04x-Not against thbae 304
2--Golden Fan B. SBaeas 107x-Notit to aindcate -1i
3-Marilg B. Aguirre 110 -Would pay juicy price 151
4-Panchita J. O6ngora 108 -Failed badly In last 10-1
5-E Pahas F Hi(algo 114 -Usually lose up -1
6-lSeta A.bontles 1x lOx-Not ina this las 0-1
7-Don Pitin E. Ortega 115 -Back in best form 4-1
8-Bugaba A. Visqpea 113 -Will fight it out 3-2
9--Mlm H. Rui 114 -Last was revealing even
10-Pregonero 0.. raell 118 -Returns =i good shape .J-i

SON$-TWO P e 5
5.40 9th Race "G" Imperted 6 Pee. Pause $450.00 PeelCe ,1.
1--R. Bliss B. Aguirre 115 -Should score off last Sq
2-D. Club A. VAsques 112 -Dangerous contiaderd '
3-Sinn Feiner A. Yeast 118 -NothIng to recommintd *
4-Pugilist F. Hidalgo 112 -Shbould be eles6 -ap
5-0. Dame IU H.\RuIs 105 -Has late 9
6-Fuerte V. Castillo 110 -Wll fltbt out -
7-Oro Purito M. HUfs-y IO -Raa IG.i"t
8-(Florera F. O Me x-FaW i
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Milwaukee ,..72 56 .563 10
Phils4elphia -.6 442 .515 15V2
New York ....65 61 .516 16
Cincinnati ...64 66 .492 19
Chicago ......61 71 .462 23
St. Louis ....54 q2 .429 27
Pitteburgh. .48 79 .378 33V2
TWA"TGAMESN
Chicago at ,ew York
Cincinnati at philadelphia (2
Milwa te at Pittaburgh (2)
St. Lou S at Brooklyn


YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincanatk 000 c000 000- 2 1
Brbokly oo00 110 20X-1 8 0
Fowler, Staley (5), Podblelan
(6), Minarcin (7) and Burgess;
Koufsx .(1-0) and Campanella.
LP--Fower (94-). HR-Furlllo
(21), Robinson (7).
(11 Innings)
alwlu. 10300000001-5 8 0
fante 000 300 110 00-4 9 1
N0o, ls, Budette (7), Vargas
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New York ....*7 50 .640 -
Cleveland ...77 50 .06 -y
Chicago ....76 50 .6038 .
Boston .......73 54 .575 4
Detro .......65 6 .508 12
Kansas City ..53 74 17 24
Wa nhtagton ..44 79 .36831-
$altimore ....59 84 .317 36


TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Detroit
Boston at Kansas City
New York at Chicago (2)
WalInUtMu'at Cleveland (2)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 000 000 100-1 8 0
Chicago 000403 13x-1 1 12 1
LP-Paxcual; WP-Harahman,
HR-Mifoso.
Boston OO000004-4 10
Detroit 1i 0000-4 2 0
eBumann, Hurd and White-
Lary, Aber (9). Coleman (9) and
House.WP-Hurd (8-3). LP-A-
bqr (5-8). HR-Williams (24),
Tuttle.
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CLEVELtND. 0.,Aug. i27 (T )
-Doctora at Lakeside hospfta
saMid today the fever of polio-
stricken V Werta of the Cleve-
land Indians bad subsided.
Wertz, 30, whose long-ball hit
ting has been an important; fe-'
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AMERICAN PORTS and t 8 WEST
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Monthly failings from -BALBOA
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THE STORY: Ferd Wagner died after being gunned "sure. what I'm wal to hea ls first bucking. i
iby Curly Hill in an attempt to help Wyatt Earp enforce liis. He knew what e meantN. He 1 thorses.-
1"no-gun" rule in Tombstone. Wyatt intends to bring mur- 4dn't back around It. Noop."g," a' -
!der charges a ainst Curly's bunch, but he is prevented *emy b ijbcl.I Mut nt. U Acoa
:from doing so gy Johnny Behan, Tomlkqtoc0 al ow1 '-. *'t m e'. kind, 1.mm ,ewb''t i "P t
er. Behan gets Wyatt removed as depVit l23" ..< ut,. Sp
self appointed instead. it t I % ndfl ..a nd t
p thgs out first from his left ad gue,
XVI little room,.i h r h e ,E the Jnvisibly boeir
followed deaqiB f a :
EVVIE CUSHMAN answered easy herse..... ...
the door herself, standing trim '"Now Ao l4o.. ".serM
and tall in its lamplit frame. She Earp. You' wright r t het se l eu
saw him there, waiting with his comfortable, lding there ike, th at' make t t riofh f
big hat in his hand, but she said that." She 14to keep the une4sa- f "'
nothing and made him speak out siness out of Aher voice, glossing What yol ttat S
first, a it over with another of the neat I Sh, av ft to.' a.,- ..ioit f
"Miss Evvie, I'd like to talk to tle smiles. Wyatt caught the bluff ban ps spadin t. .n eiV tfeet a
j-ou if I may." this time but put it down for that your last four 1 a nS s o o. a yeU ThveTw
*"Yes? What was it about, Mr. natural sort of embarrassment body's- stuck up anIy stage f i atO. insideof s 1 l.
Earp?" you'd find in spy young girl with the first time more, than48 gor too fast and lacy. It ash
"I'm leaving Tombstone," he. a new gentleman caller in the front have gone by buth what sonwe at kind of arithwptic that ad
paid simply. "But before I did I room and nobody tO home in the'fit hasn't tried to make a' lil teto easy moneyin any st
there was something I had to say back part of the house. Well, somewhere along the le.." i 0 .
o.you, ma'am. thanks, I'll just stand, ma'am," hel "Maybe I'd ought to ask bln Ot ot fat al'theit rt
She was decent enough to re- smiled back. "Kind of figure if for the compliment bae f or r e ua g Jeadetfwasn'tthel
member her manners at the last makes us even. I'm a mite uncom. leave." ne to avethe by vr
minute. Especially, when the fortable myself." "He's saying its pretty hai to It was -just 7: .i..a
thought crossed her mind that She only nodded, not saying any- stick up stages and be,eriff Ben te0'4 pup toi
he'd most likely come by to apolo- thing. at the same time." *tabe M lrand
gize for being rough and short '"You see it's like I said, Miss' Wyatt laughed. A man I a d tint w that
with her before "Why, of course Evvie. I'm leaving Tombstone. I'm heard somesilly things is his time. hiW new c.pra -
Please excuse me, Mr Earp. I'm going into business for myself out "I wasn't even near this town up g Wia tta
afraid you and I just gotstarted in California and ..." to this week." He wts sta
rubbin one another the wrong "Can you prove it?" with thi Con p
rab. It' ntthat I mean to be "Mr. Earp," she broke in on *Sure. Ring wa with ie." under one A p
Ima mli"okwW with ."Iuder one ar A Ud.
e, sir."he smile was smallhim quick ad rp "You kow id ."Now,shotgun, d otr.
e, si i. aTund the edges. But I don't like you and you know I theib's a woaderflM boy for an
the moo Wyatt'eyes and don't like the buslnes you're in. alibi Tellingit hbig-that Tomb- S-
"" wa Now please get on with it." e t w-. w e Dhtoold
e wouldn see it that way toe wa wide eog to hold
He moved'Past her tbOtvn and "I mean to,. Mlp .Erie," .he b6 j am.- aid y0 WORD that..W'tat was riding
3tand uneasily in the ceter of the said quietly, "and was just trying .,' lm_ e lmo M ells FargGte t to the ri-h
to, What I wanted. you to know is ab. .'a er pa!es. .in pli of time; *
that I'm quittit the law business. I mt goed tas 'ereateub, is wee three atl payroll a week
I'm all done w the t sort of th n to question where I wOn cmilg down from Bean: the
that has made you think I'm a wo, three weeks ago." tIwky Cuas o, Moqday, the Con-
ed killer and that,has so set you 4"A -hwA about two,' three tm$ on W aesday the Tough
against me. I thought known 'hogrt agoo" .a N frid. For te first full
that milht make things some di- TU0 Wl adie- aid it, eoMMung. p week e the road iageit
ferent between us. Atleast, I hop- off t w1$ pe abshd been sit- &okedfie ur way. "
ad it might." i j ting m nhrd wth that Wells Far d h th
TODAY! 758 40 b *oe .-* anxious, BJ-eyedls.o fl Aero, Stage ctrw oek aaev'lae en
TODAY .75 .0 brok o ~kei hlfstep told hmh was e iA so trio. t,ltbe t heurance eni a
1:30 1 war hPM, 09 p. "you're in trpbte, Wbtt. .wereready to tiak bout
ingout i, .,,Iyouhore i out
Miss $ vke, thnowI haven't warm." w
any rightful call to ask you Only Wyatt was l lnhtaf'.
tionlike this but I just couldn'tI She lgi the rest of It.oa, harth t ha not c'imib tose
bring myself to leave Tombstone as ra.w salt in a open cut. "The to ride Pia-week shot-run for
without I did. And without I got BRenson steel was stuck up at Wells Fargo.
Syor center. He he. o rings threeors Therwas no Sundays ra
Y certaln4ons answer." Hebne flw a Bgs thre o urd 'o o u sn ,so he bad a over In
sitaled, .~n'let the rest of it come Monk Wilson was shot.and kill- s s t e
out n that blunt, straight way of ed, and the company lst the Tmbstoa e Sattlrday night.
his. /Lucky Cup payroll. U)Jtrrda of -nAt the Crystal Palace tht first
| -1140M in greenback cah.- customer he spotted was Johay I
You're 91 lin,. nougbh, and. Then he was easingsthe door RTho. -
peI hty woman entak, to know open, taking a last qutic look -. tt was about to moe on
rhat I'm talking about, Miss Ev- around, and slisinwg through when he thought C noticedg somt;t
Ai e d. dWge how I feel about She 'w at hkisrqtp. beofrr be tsb hadis a tti. aboutas
,hao. lthng ., girl, is there any could .get Bi .Red .re d au w n cards and chips.
cht t could some day- "Wyatt, Al Dont quit The d a hoi.. h? stack
SE p d m "Back In t ,h shack before yu board with hisle t hand. itst
b a& ot U1 i say a freeze, girl. l ad 'work, that's wast0- the, table a good p .e ,of
ng. t d e looking half what' makes the world go around, th etime',but the switif 'e 1 h
w a thand biting that Lilly. So, don't you wry yourthe
beaut b Ulip of hers. He pretty head about ,ld Wyatt, your not movg, a man 6u
W- t.ten ore toward her, boy t mainly off ta see a Manhe'd turned his t hu
as .f trd and almost got it about a jobf' fs se ma other way, ao that tt
is .,4ut over did. s did' i too much use to him for
The minte he moved. she did TH noon sta forTombton belf -
t. let ot I le ensron on bme te following W'att kiept '
^^ hadp t a thought in mind Wednesday-with the Contention i&te ,tetO
a et lv rto put his hands on her. payroll in its usual lace between s
S;Hw ,aat usCnu them the way the shotgun rider's ht. There ep!" f
Th.at w se-up man would, to try wasn't a thing to mark Its depar- l :. o eva
e hto fW her how much more he ture from that of .-the previobas h .loot[t JIe Ah b
Swt ied to say than he could put in- Wednesday's run, unless a man hrt u
It* wors. happened to be lookmg for little a a *
"oWn'h t touench mep Oh, please, 'l. c eouth .l
: KeWarp, don't touch me .!"| ad driver In pla-ce of lth tIt
Stepped back. Felt the de- old MOnk Wilson, apd a new hot-n .b .A.... .-i i.
o out of him. Felt, in gun .rir h plane.of the ae that
e A -ace, u his_ own .man- had ouudenly felt called mn thO.Re-. ,
S d ing, gback into him Home and visit hais .l,1 poor ok ,
s sl4at e misery of her trem. mother-theubeuht o outthe,c .t. 0
fle mBS the wall, and knew to having ( 1Adiont t off t0 fhe "'U6-
him l t. Evvie Cushman'sj seated alongside bhz nb. ond d ad I t ay. en a
el a thing. Anrd that ahe! qeAu-t got t- ""'
a SC o be pitied and turned'-der or.
31^M (J B iwith all the kindness, ,v'en -S shadow-y:,lh M eni '.lli
eathe could show,-f that melted- ut-of the cks o"yell
-Hbe tuns d away fromher up at1i e new dri mr -looted about 2' I ?'
I Wyat ,told her i that slow, kind the same. These wen Aews or. orl


^ and like a man would say to his 'i0s Jo being real-pl apint i..d
; CtUJXC. ,sR et oft t his own Uttle girl, There was one lglht turn froml d, "W 1
,m. i n ^ "Poor lttle ..thL..ll the, other pattern, for the new i n ^o lins
ff.wmM ^H That Ws a, rider was no Wyatt Earp. He let m m a ,
"-_^. .SOMEHOW, he wasn't slrpris- 5ut"-foremost 'By the time it a hYAT'1' had',.leay b.dWa.
Cft-MMI MASC uOK B ed to find L~illy there when he re.'the din alongside of the coschrk 1^ *L .1,., y y
.,. ...|. tund Ito the snack for bls warbag. things were smack back a sched-^ .-"y I e
HM Imnin nn ms" -k What he' hadn't expected wax the'ule ] coupeeot... .^. weqt
*ESE ,.V e*I1,-' unaettlitrg, arm glow it gave him. A double-barreled shotgun blast- ,,.,as.. .. :- ,
X~ii]&'t. JlR J.T "She gave be smile back to him el the night and Iwo bandit sad-'Alway admigv wa*' w -msamlhi.
-- I.^,-- ...... s 'Jats s "l' better than 6 per dies were standing eingtl, exac-, Johny. m ^ .
,"Look like maybe tlv as before. k a't
..lrnrBusaMU ss. 91 held up, studying him with giving MIr-wn had only tine toi u*jjj^ T gl g bask
ee _Is of hers. "lts not realize the tubas had F o th e tlb e Wish e eufll -44 1
SA1:'WVLY TO fibs your k i 'Wyatt. Inear-sidet oc d wno .Sn't mas.tSpa


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c s a aT' run" utilf the, lnwtm 5OW u
source Mu militaryy t'ed that they t W torn
14 scs ia y and .eyand e ..

0iet t a methods of
living lustrUietloc.to .. a a5 .tauht to functnie
sele d g o f studem b Ci els tito funC
In r1, rLpectlvemilltar y at. d o
-wY Wa- d "ob lo-rard
Wanaatldp,.. o '_'"the end"'( the .w a
weu& the met eom co mes Jeti -are i
anrt. To ',q-.._SM. .b efti"elyia^UlSL, dac^ ?^
wme oftim 'IU a fae r l
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friends cate Here, a iat
This e not- on the devel- s are expect o a
m ant M kl i nring. kt, qwledge.and is
iorough- agwedre of the wiknna f -.J~ck to. thew-'ea Bn -
down to Ii.s pta. s sOe begis h
This Wis to ti ability tq'ra- ispi, many hours o, a$E
pidly assemble and disassemble a ~taf conera an a,4 ; as
weap.on- talent which In twa- flf_ t W'nit
to Atay Mo&oI be 43 ispor- C.hianas--
:Mt .ai bqt1lfsh- pattfAeCrssij iJ2i .
The same tb h' atten is p.lSeaterUioNh r
folloWed n itructIn -mi, the Jryintelligesce are Included
msik, ~ ba. an rifle radsa e Itgphose of the nsruc
'tocet lauteher, thei. a-ft"erthe completion this 400,
W. euoj rifles. h
hi e tre tahte d.reach, th
uof ortars .ad machine .offensid., aidwadviis 'w
guns the eory of aa' delay i upato the
he unsepr"ty of teamwork *enter ss- nivel 9 up toAh
he picture. eom lv"e "eI
hbcsttudents bcoie deft In ma.- _4 "'f dd.
elhwgun twhlmiques of fire. ___O@e, e- .lr.i
Fr item iescwn to --I


et bIs gun. An yi, there It was
lt ,B Wlc f- Sf Angelo lay, |
ng thw* .a~etsy intisaighti
aond. *e'r n ina anybody i t
a r,,dU lwl;Iort of wander
Sarlound italema and pleasaat- ]
"Unhok tU r ..alt and drop ,
t," d. Wytt '
Ripgo unbooked and dropped ,v .
'l(, the away from you.I."
o AJ athlq geadae w.
S wandetIs,.4 and wasted
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!-carved back-bar mirror,
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gop was the man 1e
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