The Panama American


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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t 'iilushment of two rescue mitions. Crew No. 1
te uc, reflect the strain of their work, but a
fA/$G:I D. Walker, radio operator; Capt Charles
1o0ew engineerr; Capt. Antoinette Kels, flight
,I. Mo~lzasette, co-pilot; and 2nd Lt. P. J. Pander-
not pticipate in the first mlsston. A/2C Chaes
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Crew No. 1 Wo&ks 42-Hour Day

On AlbroolF Rescue Outfit
(3d. Note: Norm ale I Bay" le t.a evacuated. [tile crest of a large swell. With
y Resce Later te arnd the almost 30 kno of thfirst
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AEisenhower In Hospital

With Coronary Thrombosis
DENVER, COaol Sept. 41P) President aenhower to-
day suffered a "mild" attack f ereary thrombosis and ours
lter waM traanferred to ea rptary hospital for treatment, sa.
ending to a White House announcement.
Mr. Eisenhower, who wil be 05 on Oct. 14, wau able to
walk to the automobile whire took him from the home of his
mother-in-law, Mrs. EviM Dpoud, to the hospital about seven
miles away, in the eastern *aurbs of Denver.
The anuouncewaest that t.e President had suffered an at-
tack of coronary thrombosis ws made at 5:30 p.m. by assist-
a&t White House Pres Secresry Murray Snyder.
Earlier it had been announced that the President had suf-
fered a "digestive upset" early this morning. Xater it was an-
nounced that it was only an '%ordinary indigestion."
Mr. Elsenhower's illness Is sure to set off speculation as/
to his future political plans. Re has Indicated on Obveral oc-
casions that his health will play an important part in doter-
mining whether he runs for re-election next year.
The President's aides would not say whether this would
mean the end of bts Denvsi vacation. However, they Insist
that he only suffered a mild attack of coronary thrombosis.

BK soap Opera


HIs Brioons Hard
LONDON, Sept. 24-(UP)-The
British Broadrsting Corpora-
tion killed off the heroine of its
top soap opera last night and
almost plunged the nation into

It-.. was practically a national
tragedy. In fact nothing like it
had ever been heard over BBC
jLipteners tuned In to 'The
fhtlrs an every day story of
cuntf folk," whc -ep ,-
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Official Predicts

USAF May fpand

64al Of 137 Wings
-Oen. Thoamas D. White, Air
Force vice chief of staff, said
yesterday the Air Force may ex-
pandIts goal of 137 wings by
mid-1957 If the Russian air
force continues Its "vast" Im-
He also said Russia has built
up a "amble" stockpile of atom-
ic bombs and has passed "great
emphasis" on ocean*-- anaing
guided mniuUe,. The Uo.vie-
hnve made mnet 'a oret .a
m= 20, o lesser raq0g, "hV-'tfilf
C'loffi~ariw 11owift & Amar ea

'Wolf Whistle'

Defendants On

Kidnap Charges

8UMNBR, Miss., Sept. 24- (UP)
-Two white men found lnno-
ent by an all-white Jury ao
charge that they murdered a
14-year-old Chicago Negro boy.
today faced additional charges
of kidnapping In the "wolf whis-
tle" murder case.
The defendants, half-broth-
ers Roy Bryant,- and J. W.
Milam, 36, happily hugged
their pretty wives on hearing
the verdict yesterday
then, puffing cigars, acceed
the congratulations of thet
friends and neighbors.
Bryant and Milan later were
moved to the Leflore County
jsjl at Greenwood where they
face kidnapping charges for al-
legedly taking young Emmett
Till from the farm home of his
great uncle to determine if he
was "the one" who insulted "
Bryant's pretty wife with; a
Judge Curtis Swango dismissed
Tallahatchie County k d ap
charges against the two imme-
diately after the verdict was
reached because It was brought
out In the trial that the boy was
actually abducted in neighbor-
ing Leflore County.
Defense attorneys announced
they would immediately seek
freedom for the men pending
their arraignment on the. new
kidnap charges but could not
make bond last night.
In New York. Dr. Channing
Tobas.- chairman of the board
of directors of thi National As-
1MclttlOn tor the Advanoinent
of Colored People, said the ver-
dict was h a e ful' and

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MIAMI, Sept. 24 (UP) Hurrxcone June
of 115 mph brushed post the oil-tich Dutt
Venezuela tfloy cfterr leving at least 32*
lions of dollars an damage in the Wmdwn 1
The.kurricane dumped up to three i
the islands of Aruba, oporte, Curacoo pad
peninsula as it posed 0W to 100 milerOiui
Stations on the island' reported very Iite m .
they were un the weak si4e of the Omngem l
But a delayed report from Bridgetown.W
the winds reached 127 mph at 4 p.m. Thursiw'
struck there.,
Twentyfour persons were left dead on 1
eight others on Grenada the two worst-I
the Windward chain.


Authorities counted property hour basis srtl aft
damage I the millions of dol- winds subsided Thurd i
lars on the two islands. A shivp carrybm t: fli
One report from Grenada said nlef supplies was eict
It woui t1ke a week to remove from neighboring' T da
all the hurricane debris frot* the
airport at Grenada. .
wag opened today for emergetn-
cy traffic.
S"All trees are leaning toward Jl& .s'
the northeast." the report t a
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cr extiior whie c-
S ,John F. Morrissette, cov.
Interior procedure and
I,' rescue t.
Danill J. Peadergst, nagi-
iqnpwbUllo checked over-his
iand spected his naviga-
tow engineer, A-1C James R.
Plow checked the fuel suply
LiteulftM r signs of an im-
radio4dL A-2C Charles A.
gw Me e hcted is equip-
er tis caft engine run-
As alert has been received
thistlme so, ft emnder of
,~g tas I spent- flying
r on routine proficiency
the uh a'n a

a ca altronk's
PiuAir bug Ur. ei
M flmN' Ildbile bad expert.
atlaPe toout of
~ver, due t reestetloa
I' ft, ws "sramlded"
E oing on ate the lC-,th ad
adrtm to it. Be-
'Pue Liin, on,

pew o Interceped the C-119
:_ O actshed:Puerto Limon.
SIb of both -airafts, visr

Afwfter, due to eeOtiesfoa
iffe'Vg -a at the fBeX the
over the landig strip
k atier al signal to clear
Mway for lading.)
a equipwmet was-moved off
ea C-U Isuded, fellow-
by Crew No. l's SA-IB.
I n ndngs were made under
|t e.a seeoIIAi" Rescue Sa-

.1l0en1 t that the C 119
jtat P*Prt e to O
Widll,.s esuem erw. sup-
n-iWe men of t.eU C119
-d a! water, then, with te
e rs from the diltas-
t Ba SA-los departed
o. Cr.-No. I had so-
i -d a issionO a s tog-
boars on the records.
w the ev cIqn was
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impossible d n amplibous The lane landed at Alrook at And hundreds of
al, the fl me 671, the -nc-- ir

Aircraft aig o water i d for midnight, Tuesday. Immediately wmen called C to
this reuon is prohibited y Air the patient was transferred to an Grace d been killed
Force t tiots. awaiting ambulance nd taken to ered id to the
To facilitate the expectAd open Gorges Hospital. husband."
se tae-off, for jato t were th the second mission over don't see any
ed abore he aircrt. Jat h Crew No 1 completed 42' hours o getting rid .of Grace"
es the extr power needed to continuous duty. The tired face of Se and Philip have
Irae an amphu an free wo the its members indicated th eane married long and they
water in the shortest possible feelip o" wl do. be happy. Why did sh
time. Mat. George 0. Hambrlck, com- snd."
After a thorough weather brief- manner 26th Air Bescue Squadron, de
ing, Umberger and Morrissette was quoted the following day 5s A EEC spokesman sal
once again checked the SA 16. saying: isode was planned la
Since medical care w~uld un. "I wish to express my congratu r wrer d
doubtedly be needed. lationu for the excellent mannerof i hen crt writer hae
Fl t n s Capt. Charles i each crews ember conmtri- clded to writ
atLes tne ot Ca re N n. "We want to keep t
a1 an at oecd l etssCrewNo. of on eir A. open-e e landing and takegram real he
aslet by; ofh is accomplish d strictly on the said. "Normal famil
Ftr hours later a reflection ap. basis of a calculated risk and it death ad othe e
peerd aon 6te UJ-s radar was trough Air Rescue Squdgment nd why
in, Umberer. Within minutes Crew No. superior flying athe following dy as A BBC spokesmanai
1 wa crli above the disabled hainrdo opensea landing and e- who ply c ace. ither
y"Shi uneoek am? vrle which each crew member contri.e" latnites." Tr e -

Radioman A-2C Walker tried to t"Miios such s aofthse arei- mprirech ard
bala K" ~sCres o-t t. "We wan tto keep t

estabiseh radio eontact wu,.. t "d gramreal diicat,"e of the squadrons Mi r
e tt off isaccomp.i.she.. astrictl......h id.l Normal famN

ailt The cnty ohepat i r cyd on- o merc o aer character.

eard the Utw vis pilots
"pen sea lanla ieg. After Vl.form

dManthe S -iC W preceded to "Missio s thes- re
de to verify t con- yNo tory, May e
Padre fvrablenot aware of it, the eHer voice Is too w

Ser y radio was then strange Semovies crew memberout to Cameraman M
By this time the wind and oughde It has no scripthi, no story, and edge of arcthaeog and
had caledr t the point condition the actors don't even knliowe. I ei, ar that ion. altho
tact the vesserg final safety for the h ven es t, the a o
&irm the sin's e lie. awy tnI
p aniodle upNo.n s pIlxil

e e sa sles alo, nor an eS e
fldi the at1 the tm lpt, 'ila Hi, o cript an wrItte
ntteml, I

Ar iM Sa l. wth S d hstrane movie is a rmut to Cameraman M I t c i

was s s lsoi ad oMr Wer film nPanamainteriord brings to thi ofb

tag c ments tab io th were ac 'ators don't ven know if s says t a
t Mie n- ppai for: th e Theirgoathn e is to fol- Dance." mainly todin

te" os e lower into the si- hma be dug Up-" e.pans I probably their first md
erel mb aneupg vered the seea i. Iele- i es prentheor travel shortem wth slud
/tossedWr, rs in a avorae MI ss "TIn ri S tes fcae Litps I
'poa .eT a qife. pl-u.a. sit'i."t t's why we ant ed oto trhe boat OWte
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ov iTh es of Staff r condu fi 5:30 p.m. all bridges were aS
haI S concluded that for the prosecutor for skilll a dow to t interior of the s- ma
time being" the 13-wing oal vigor and the prets. radio and land an4 extent of damage in on atdmie iJ ons .
weeping "will meet our needs" White television for "full and fair cov- Intor un nput on an.'. A Radio Folingbroad
ask why said. "If the Soviets continue to erage of the trial." Reef wok ws put on a 4- the first official eaetlio
off. Many make gains in quality we may General Assembly'
"bereaved have to think about more nearly u P t Chi ftais R iew Thrvot shelving disbussion Of
fo ,n the uantity." Anzus Pa Chieftains Review T great China's
ason- for tb' group addressed by White for another year.
said one. and other military official4 is .
n't been composed of 250 businessmen. r AE IA The Communists charged,'
seem to publishers, educators and others .omn UnISi A'ngg eSIS .l JL the United States i
e have to participating in the Defense another postpopenment"
Departments semi-annual in- -w question of seating Red
spection tours for civilian lead- WASHINGTON. Sept. 24--(UP) recently changed the name of The broadcast quoted a
Id the ep- era. -Diplomatic and defense chiefs his Comm unt organization page editorial in the
it March Navy Secretary Charles S. of the United States, Australia from Lien Viet to the "Father- Communist mouthpiece,
Wason de- Thomas told the group the and New Zealand today review- land Front." and assumed their People's Daily.
I" out of United States "very shortly" will ed the continuing threat of higher rank of party president.
have a nuclear powered aircraft Communist aggression and sub- The significance of this -could "It "an.t h e
he pro- carrier. version in Southeast Asia. be that Ho I steuI. up plans with the Chinese
pokesman White's hint of a possible in- ~ Sources said the three nations to extend his rule f Snorthern mpuble exclude world
Les .have crease in airpower could come uld agree to keep their do-. Vietnam to all Vietna. agreement eae be r
gedles as a jolt to defense budget plan- yards high because "none th.e quusttpns .of
ners who are seeking ways to of th u es'of tension in th The. United States has been armament and bannin
urchman. cut military spending and help f arEtha vse been removed encouraged by Australian and le weapos," said the
rd herself balance the budget. d tFa si the eCommunist "gtd- New Zealand moves against I minnets.
program Is The question of whether the wil" gesr esewhere Communism In the troubled .-I
dId later United ates is lagging behind ow lestureselsewhere.s th outhe. st. a ianrea. n a bitter at ck .6
Snot pop Rusia in air power growth hasori'g of memersof the Austra- Austrla for example, is. ds- Wsa f"' t r sep
er as an- been the core of an angry con- an-New Zealand-U.S. (Anus) patching nval, army and air o-
troversy. Sen. Stuart Symington council top-rakin body forces to Malaya. Australia re- editorial said
treaty ., .... ,.-e- '... A- "l-0 U ll
Knownn" (D-Mo) and other Democrats of the defense pact signed by cently authorized the use of U.. .. 11 -X
"eple have charged the administration ihensderee Mal. -nto .In .5-.
uggesting appears to be letting the Sosdets rer naos in os- cur wbrk" insi aded r "s- a t e U
get ahead. ter Dulles and Adm. Felix .. du-A io febly".
Stump, commander of all U.S. Bnlv nW b"l."*
Forces in the pacific, represent-i EKJilr ly UlC H The A a 11 43-1 l
ed the United States at the day- marked the

minister Richard 0. ttbroad
mv N Scip Gen. Henry (BombAr)le .a do rn3s
Australian chief of general stafli um.1.._ s h mi-o..
Even No Actorsrepresented their government.|' nisCthin ~
Newen Zactors nd was presented l "hehl aroly-poly good-n-S
by T. L. MacDonald, minister for tured Chinese who has practi- mttS .,
hell who 43-ft. ketch Blue Peter is owner defense and external affairs, cally been a landmark at e ]u -i ., y:r
St knowi- of the craft, William Phillips and Brig. W. S. McKinnon. em- Ft. An.ador Post Exchange res- VM II l flI l
Sfolk mu- and his wife. bassy armed forces attach. tavrat. for the past three ae-
ugh their Phillips is an ethnolo ist (the Diplomats said there was no cades has been told be must go.
mentaries, study of mankind and the nat- Immediate crisis which prompt- Officlsly known as Mondt
und. they ural races) on the board of the ed the Anzus meeting. It wasfChong Man the 55-yer-old
story line. San Diego museum scheduled at this time to take concessionaire has been running .
be an on- From a previous excursion a dvantee of the presence inhe restaurant at t. Amador Tho
an otpe- they were able to bring back this country of Caney and Mac-f or 31 years. Hispatrons. wheth -
rh is why enough material to warrant Donald for the United Nations er they are civilians, soldiers o -"M._ .._. ... .
Sn. budilg a jungle in the mu- meeting. officers have grown accustomra yoFs
nt to con- seum -with a scia displaynof The three powers also areto his warm personality and worldu,- e_. b
lane, theytPanama Indian'culture. members of the e1 ht-nation cheery greetings. .Ar. _wrcfl, W oM..

dar rdeport wose
perfumes, The prset trips o in conjune- Southe ya n rea .i tdNwil..ll have to do the m l
cloth. As tion with Panama's museum, at Mannia last year, which co .withoUt ChlChl. 7.... .L1144t. T MAL- -
raction --and museum director Octavio let territory where Red threats Starting tomorrow, the res-,who'Is he.
. ,camera- Mende.-.. relm, Darien dIput--of&_-- aggeon and subversion are taurant W*ll rever to the Ar y crat.lw-"illp
*m called do Pablo Gtion and engineer mostactive. Post Exchange which has dedd-ew MLS e
arriat g0CTOMA S Ouardia, Jr.. are accom- Close -watchis being kept.on od they want to run it.The roe l-i .
)et the I- panying the group which will all phases of Communist activi- taurant has been operated as a MI-E. ,la n l .bw- e
at being travel up the Tuirs River. up tr. ranging trot Korea through concession for the past 31 years. native Pana manan to be-
o to give the Chico. and spend about four Japan, Red China, and around An Army spokesman mid to- eratwed .I 0
the work weeks studyingthe Choco In- Southeast Asia. day that Mon was glvn three own
dians. For the moment. Red dangers weeks notice tt hastcontract cOmS
ids Hines, The movie, which I bsseem greatest In free Vietnam,. would be canceled. They added world.
what is color will later be distributed by Strategists reported that Red- away because of "repeated vlo- bt/ -f0 u -l
"i-e." 20th Century Fox. bateed rebels still hold two latioas of sanitary regulations." nunet_
Is Just The team intends to spend a northern provinces in Lkos. oc-,Whetn asked today what his ma
led In the week on Burro Colorado when ceulonally make raids Into Cam- pla .p were for the future, this m l-.
thev load- they return, and later hopes to bodia and continue extensive nsuallycheerful soul repifed.
=m th 0"nYumi. Rod leader Ho Chi Min o oly " know."

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poet's contention was substantilUy correct. The beaded
bubbles were comporting themselves according to the
script. Winking.
I mentioned to an adjacent researcher'. Accurate
use of words It a pretty science, I volunteered.
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with two m'," I allowed. .
"How long say 'immediately' was?'. "
"About l jptters wt two. m'q, ten letters with ap..e
The man faltedmed e h a strange look, I don't kn.w
"The sale of low-tax liquor to us Zonians was to be- !
come effective immediately the new treaty went into force.
aceor.0ing to President Arias," he said to me.
"I recall the joyous shouting in and around the
nics and clubhouses at the announcement." I observed
graciously. "'Hallelujah' was a word often heard."
"The treaty went into effect about a month ago," t .
man said. "Where's my 'Imme4diate' 1w-taz liquor." '
"The authorities are working on it," I t

lged, -S rd who I have feelns of
tog but regpea*a affection.
"The Paiiaa Canal says the problem of getting
ow-tax liquor o the Canal Zone is Panama's," the
"Quoted fM nlo 1lf cable a source .than
Panama te'n." "I commended him.
"Th a Iapokesman makes it look
though. ae sme suggestions long ago- '
"Jut .~L .how freely opinion flows in
democrats ,. used.- -R
"Sho ow slW17 teliquor' flows," said the manr $j
"Notowt now bow;- that's'-not the spirit,'" r reptq
dhim. '.Te's athe tifficUlty ahout, contraband."
"Why should. tete be any difficlt abour
band?" s the tan. "Looks to me as Ifto i,

Atm d ders,I explained to him wlthJnftlnlt
patience, I t on't know how the ow$
liquor system g t work."
"I've ng ntth to hear anyone say a
Ithtfd ctan '..r"led.
I sto f of the virtues of forbearan o,
Likewise 1491 and understanding "Rome was*or

"Do y tol be able to get the stuff m lw*.
diately as, say, t" the man demanded.
"The wise considering this problem," I remind
ed him, "are sadY awar.t Christmas has lately W1 .
much of Its old ttlna cance, and has b
regrettably associated in many minds with the
party, father gi at t foot of the tree. They mfy
well be of a mnd to,arrdst this undesirable drift. '
"How about by New Year?" -
I '" sage IaIp- tu "'told him, ;thq'.
assured y have rbatp'Sl,- klh charts on htr -,i
manny man hounrart lost yearly by needless prolongtqgat
of-the Chrlstmas-,ew Year holiday spirit. In the intq
ests of svoi nt qan ixcreae in tolls. I understand tC
may take the ilpping lobby's advice to cut down on tS

anval?" rthe man asked.
"The problem does not seriously arise," I chided hiB
"At Carnival, of course, thM merrantnt la spontan
Further, the appreciation or the perspicadous
would bring thm, without o to undeatand that
Panamanian produced potions are realy suitable tr
Panama carnival And the tax on these o -not so
anyway, so it hardly matters whether a al*e polcy -
Imported liquors is reached by Carsival or not."
"Wen then, heu do you think likely that
paragons shall be ready to le us kaw wbhat ooka"
"It seems to me," I said, "tht t ieir
ing for tUi fitness of things wrltktly lead to
this one treaty provision with -
"low how much it be than if the
bottle of low-d into the Canal
.be, used to woph ich, according to
treaty, shall Cal alboa?"

PERCY'l PSRLES POtIWIfT this week is
In participation with that old lottery vendor Casey
gel, whoa boyg- cli ncheda pennant with a
reaomrot .

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SWIN," iontrutJ today at the A =& Theatite, ahows
eary promise bof beceunht another mtenotneie screen -ex-
afepeI e in the tradition ls,.the produce idrector.
F lPried in Cinemascope and WarnerClor,' "EAST -OF
pEIN" stars Julc Harris,'James Dean In his Ipitial screen
pearance, and Raymond Masey. Butl Ives and newcomer
SHreha'd Davalo bead the supporting east Another name
Snew to thescreetn la.that of Jo. Van FIpen, frai the Broad-
WSay stage.

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Afv. feet, seven inches tall 'am
pp dt e i blesU at 365 piqnds.
Toda,, t4he bandp.aa ,-..a -
as iformaer ~gi -A a menA
pounds. ComMumsionera have
eded Kase's pro4tbn ita
with the under a d l a t if he
goea an ounce above MX pounds
" will face suspension amd loss
of pay until-he triaps dowsa eaia.
To make sure the roly-poly sane
doesn't get any heavier csot.-
missaion ordered -tat he report
monthly for a weijh-ma..
SKane was placed on rbatizh
)sst year oa te advice o the city
physician who said the 45-year.
old sax man should not be force
to march in parades or eaima
stairs because of the terrific strain
It would put on his already over-
worked heart
Kape consulted b doctor aindi
went on a "starvation diet" off
eggs greens. lean meat, dry toast
and black coffee. No pot, ush and!
* "I feel real good now/' -San
said. I used to..ait around and
tel the kids to dA things. I'd say.
'pick that up, or 'move that over
here.' Now I get up and do It
myself." '
Before he went on his diet, thej
bulky Hawaiian couldn't find a
scale to take his weight. ie bad
to go out to a sugar plantation
and put himself on.truck scles.
Kane'a chubby Hawaiian ife ad4-
&its that her husband's battle of
the bulge has helped her, too.
"Watching poor Peter suffer
made me ashamed of MY weight,"
#he said. "So I began dieting, too.
And, gosh, I've lost 15 pounds my-

Civil Defense
Workers Get
I t'CAGO -(UP)- Tlinnoia sfLt

fre is 4meil marks .,
'A eving i Or d apart
the plsins clothbelUn a two tligly
twisted wires .and corners el the
Ipladry are fed between-them. The
spiralled wires snap back together
plathing clothes firly 8A. the
slider moves along the line. A flex-
ible coating of Bakelite- vinyl res-
lis around the steel wires eases
the strain on delteiate fabrics and
prevents rust from staining
'-Moving the slider in the opate
direction releases the dry wash
automatically.. Cothesltne lengths
from 30 to 100 feet are available.
, You can forget about thi ring
of perspiration around the band
of your hat, one manutaetuter
claims. Just spray the inside leath-
er band with several light coats of
K.wlon clear acrylic plastic. After
a few minutes of drying, the man*
ufacturer said, the leather bands
become impervious to perspiration. miniature radio, weighing
12 ounces, operates on one 22ft-
wYtt battery, which is said to give
30 hours of playing time. The aet
is quessed in leather or plastic.
A tubeless tire repair kit de-
scribed as a new method of re-
pairing punctures up to thA inch
in size from the outside without
Having to jack up the ear or-re-
move the wheel and capable of
providing of reinflation Ia an-
Instructions are to first remove
the nail or other object which
caused the puncture, then hold the
specially designed tip of the re-
pair gun tightly over the puncture,
give the handle three half-
turnos and the puncture is supposed
to be sealed. Next, screw one end
of the 16 feet of air transfer hose
to th valve stem of the spare,
bad srwto the other end of the
flat. If the spare carries 55 pounds
as instructed, the formerly flat
tire will be inflated to a. normal
27% pounds.

cials have started a health pro'
gram to prevent vital Civil Defense Defense volunteers "so they will be
workers from being stricken by able to carry on their important
preventiblee diseases" in the wa duties without fear of belpg.striek-
if an atomic attack. en by-preventible illness."
Immunization against smallpox, These three diseases would, be
tetanus and typhoid fever art of- prevalent as a result of an A or H-
fered to the 285.000 registered CivJLbomb attack, officials, said.

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Texas as. a basic flight;-lastrue-
tor. Later.. he was asalnmd to
the 459th Heavy Bomb*'roup of
the 301st Wing o eating in
[Italy where he not only flew 48
bombing .m Lslons .ovr enemy
territory,-. bqt also se tVd In the
capacity of: Qroap PperatMinB
Officer and Deputy'Cominmander
for that .orimanztlon.
Followirng. the close' of World
War II, Lively-I asssigned to
the 92nd'Bomb, toup then pre-
paring to mowe-from .aioldx'Clty,
Iowa to Ft. Worth, Texas, Due-r
Ink this period he also was
Group Operations and Training r
Officer as well .as havl4 cpn-
trol of the Combat Crew Train-
ing taking place at Davis Mont-
than Air Force Base, Aihzona.


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Effectiv November 1,19S through March 31, 1956
Pan Americanr offers substantial redu4ions for
-. family travel acres the Atlantic from New York.
Here's the way' wprks, ay dy.ftbhe week: On
the "Thrift Season' .fare. itself nerybedy gets a
$40 reduction.-ver the round-trip summer fares.
In addition,' e "adul' and th '3 chUdren. (all
betweene the ages'of 12 and 25) save an extra
sp l $20zbo apiece. Net result. St.000 saved-,
qnough tocover the cost of two complete round
trip fare..t


This generous saving is figured on the basis
of thrifty Rainbow, Clipper' tourist service. (On
the deluxe Preddent, the savings would be even
greater.) And don't forget-children under 12 still
go half4are .. under 2 at 10%.
This is just the beginning of lhe savings. During
fall and winter yOu can save up to 25% on hotel,
local transportation and sightseeing charges.
Plan now to "tak the family" mo Europe. Your
Travel Agent can give you full details, or f you
prefer call


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Seoul, onan. Followft"a year's
tours of duty in the -lal of the
"Morning tun," Lively ,'Irk up
duties in Washington until com-
ing to Albrook.
Lively holds the Sliver Star.
DFC; Brp nz Star; Air, Medal
with four cifdpthbs: Presidential
Unit Citation: Korea-n Service
Medal; United, Nations 'Medal;
ROKpuk: as well,as many'thea-
ter medals. He has also been
decorated by the Freich WV-
ernment who'.honored him
the Croix de Guerre. and. re-
cently, he wms awarded the'Or-
der of Ulehi "by the Korean
government. The latter award
was made in recognition of his
aid in financial assistance to the
Far Eastern country.
Lively, his wife the former
Miss Jean Stone of Tulsa, Okla-
boma and their three.-children,
Susan Diane 12; Pattilia'Lynn,
11; and. :Rjiard Scott;k.3 reside
at Albrook

Professor Sees

Adolescents As Hol

Al All Mixed 'Up
"hot rod" adolescent. may net be)
the bundle,.of anxiety many per-.
sons have thought them to be. at-
cording to Dr.. Warren R, Bailer
of the University of Nebrauka..
Dr. Baller, who was on the sum-
mer faculty of the University of
California here, said reeft re-
search has shown adolescence "to
be a period of confidence and'high
'*You might say today's young
people a., haved up but not
afraid,' he said, adding that to-
Sday's youth ib preoccupied with
much the same problems as yes-i
teryear His goals, according to
the doctor, can ce summarized:
I. Satisfactory dtpendenee-
in-dependenct relatiomabps with!
parents and other adults.
2. Satisfactor concept of eivfe
S. Satisfactory religious piMlh-@

eluding preparation for marrae.
5. Better understanding of phy-'
sical growth. .
6. Winning and holding of'
hands. '
"A lot of what we. used to label
as tensions and anxiety n te.a-
asers," the doctor Sa. is juft-
plaim noise. i

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1 31, and thedmalrerrincess byterlst '
Ior women, are the. Iqst addition to [he
Tudor pies, sponsored by Roles of Geneva.
Thesm 3 model dier only in size. They are
produced against dirt, dit, powder, perspira-
lion and water by the famous Reole water-
rooa Oyster case. A new Raelp-jtceat1c
"roter-" mechapiim winds thde automatic-
ally. Thk ."rotor" is susppaioa iung,
b. r a* a

maing it pmefa iaV i bt
' tion-ormennrly the asim I ar of the elf-
windinwatch. And in additiontbiaeibdd
show the date clearly and automatically in a
neat window cut in th dial.
Theit 17 or 19. jewelfmoemments an s-
perbly accurate, reoecting fifty yess of
Rwlex experience in making high prseliom
wimchs. Yet the Prince and Pritse Oyster-
dates cost less than any other watches poe.
esxing all these exclusive features. Ask to
see them at your nearest olex jeweller.

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the are liebi e thatchig'eand are spot is iu, aight. .
of mo r ett of Ltain ed m t wora Msed indi .
Ameon. -- viduals.ts
BU Dr. T. C. $*Ila of the' xubeMa ltwal his- .Co .
tory studies' ,W'arm t. rat .of the he
Iotnentit i rtheSbe.s "At'eat a-sdflie 'e ie of i et
soli Istt ib .istthe b take op a r 1 .u0p. wor ers- other "*IR
ace for study .etcmte s.abo s3|w ~a ,ad i 1neand-al- tionIes .w
Marro Colotad at an tau.i .ooiii .-4velo teen the od A t
tution's tropicaln.,aAn preserve[ omsM -isb a *e "thel ant -A tft-
; ,^^SS^- _d "olo~ic l ,.^ t,, m the and rn.u*.WS. Tey, and their acta, as w

'When the "at~poast .osn.'the
move every hing 'its patj is de-.
oued. A sA age grove ,
is tripped of frut, l oeaf or
wthin a oo hours.
aniais -' re the ml-
gratintg.ats. E r. 'ahre apn .. ..
If trapped by. t as redue '
to bone in a %few Pours.,
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The Importapt. jb 'ofdirectln he,ants m t'.auAbers' "n
the FlIl4gOpirauons ofAlbroot a a mIlon, 4 ae, r for
Air Force Bae 'has receitly bn therm to passR. oes of
assigned to Lt.. Col.-Rlichard the P.nFams Rait de.m f -
Thomas Ll yi. 'a beeause. a.' onpoe'- ..cou .
T s 1 *. be eaten in oneat) .
The regula-Air FrceS-Of4cer d'.Schne asr a e et x Ipe-
assuming t the duties-f irni tou a to ort 0. a il d l i
Operation, officer r tivel since.t Att h -_lt' cro ,
th- years ,9ervie withn 'e ..,ratae do nhre rlttlnmor aotha cote- 1y ^ i
tent at Air Force H ar alesseaid i 'thepapl cb,
in Waian n art'th ~f consists of from a few-hhunre
n hi at the ore than 1,000,
Lively wagBChief of the;A)r- Der' ants
tense Brunch In the Directorate, ,i n i. Colony tbre' a i.s onet -7 *'.
of Management Analyaf,' under qe who laa ae 3-
the Deputy Chief of atf fComp-qu cry 3.3.ays. t.&e t ...n e h-id
troller. of oyooo ant. Se.lBimiTa sn id the r
Lively, a.veteran pUiot of somed. e bhrateibdIsl. .co

oare hals theld ,anroYI.1Pmt Jttain thepuT. pout--..
ti. since f f9t' e" Ftt One a year, 'tbe. staio h
rE season, a copyequeen'pro-
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nib oSe flr thl Mkn-er to get to bed early now that her
sa e ) eM e sealed -dae Ie which to stay. Books.' radio d
peaul n =re al wMlth a the modern headboard.
B- AY A SHERWOOD, modestly priced. It's maho ay,
N EA Staff Writer too, and in a variety of fin es.
The i.ewest of these is a gr d-
Eave you ever th ou g h t' you beige tone.
hMoud get to bed earlier to get Styling' is' simple and cont go-
tore rest for keeping pacd with rary in feeling, distinguish | y
e hustle of the household? a picture frame molding on w-
elW s pogne thought-5a ap- r fades and open figure-e I t
oeny oaurred to designers of brass or pewter pulls .
Skwam fitaitua.. At .a. lealt. ma- .......

.- H bed" an easy
tr ed s perhaps, but cot
necessarily to sleep, for more and
m headboards qome equipped
ati es and ilgges to Mquse
M dra statfenry. Snack
Sta. oma of the head-
ltretch out to include
magh too. Others h a ve
ttad closely coordinate
fl itut sparite from the
Sta us off with a smile in
the morning, one manufacturer
pointed out that night stand
'*ith ew Ughfinishe could ve-
1 well hoM -ock. -adilo into
Which an au atic coffeepot
Could be plugs .
By qottg io timer.xr'could
wake Uha music and a eam-
g cap U bht oNffee, ch is
t a bla ea all. ,
qu a m gr t costd
ransom eith Ed d pence
aus 4lgned a new grouping in
th hionable trend at is

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satile headboard features upnl-
stered sTa tid-slidhij d'oobi hi
double as back rests for the i
time reader. This, too, Is coet -
porary in design and in walnut,
But tradit onalstp can M
early American styling, and pro-
vincial, both Italian ana 'rench,
shbw up .Jo bedroom furniture.'
One graceful new grouping de-
signed tby Louise J. F a r ey in
warm-broWn maple .ha a Colo-
nial backghfl'a. Antique b r a ss
hardware on the attached night
stands contrasts with the strictly
upto-dae, buijt in fluprescea*
llghting oincedbetd b I caVAe
0ft aproO along the/t s shelt.
Acknowledging that not everybo-
dy cares: waftner 'li heaboaNd
boasts all the finge 'tip q o n v e-
nnces,"-thert' -an er dew do-
asign. Tab he as *im panel
adbo ,sinte i e c
ventiona board it buD
in bench handy for holding covers
or to sit on.

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Costas Jewelry, is a toaUch of. the-real thiai s to a (write wal The trt talned*smhrt Ieeflr l Its preet filiTg Meahea
for beheol gals give their clothes a look of tadiiduallty. Thi with white enamel cuff lmH an cameo plh. These blead well
fall's jewelry for teenagers plays ip the traditional favorites, with the pgt necessary of all, the cldaft ring and the watleh.
but it's adapted to point up measonal styles. Pearls (left) come The dress-up suit righti gets a pair of pius on the scarf and
S in a lonq-pp fb bback .J eset to fancy-pp aaeaee ISO 4Pttoenw. ri tla double link design.
BY ACIA HART, plety. These aItnms Lp ite an flannel two tluit, school gals' to-schodle.'s.
NEA euty Editor eay-to-press shirt as trim and I4k Be of jewelry ac- Every gal has at: least one piece
S dressy as a go od it, bamel cuff soriei, dresses the suit of the real thing that she trea-
EWELRY U a favorite links with a vai tifs are for a oer makes it just sures. It is no longer considered
forteen-a ers to show thoU ind popular. Cameo int up ft or ,an afternoon date. Pns poor taste to mix:t real and the

gals take to abow their initiative
and taste ...

The jewelry almost all school r ) h i
,gals ws I tis the class rAr and ay ls i
Mdesy ged tr -0l60 WMdre~O6nn, rese te ui o te ea'tln 'ha se "a

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Later, we saw It n thep
sbeds, pecked earefully sat er top
cooled a to sMl. -- ."
We alsw r P t11oel w ip. Cuts fate saii sItJt
for*&ppl Ie. IfYou S ik, ve design. ts.1 h.
top with re c in$ steam e w hii
t cutrm pawt. M h
around it with the tipaofa iV m 0e)
knife. Arrange on ie top f the uter lBev, ntl-d ,. d, .
just before bringing to .the How can you tl wbo this
table. f pe bIs done? flat's"
on iu'llegalb t stallN -ti
Pear and Apple Pti %ra cn eb, eh befldt
Three or 4 apples, pared- ad beautifully browned- and that it
diced (about 3. cups); or 3 ripe rich i bbba Upt
California artltt pears, diced e e .
(about 2 pupa); 1 tabpo Better lay a please of foil o
I lmon Juice, 1 up sugar, 3 ta. lower rAk of the oew a
bleapoons flour,' n teaspoon Oi- Any overflow. Cool pie.
namon, 3 tablespoons butter or before servin., warm I maah
*- e rf, p try for 2-rnat, 9 aa& a rv wit Cbee. E WM1
inch ie, friends who talk about dietlg .wil
arsely diced apples and enfy it to the Ist crumb.

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elf-Respecting A ultsDo

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"I've got so much tA.'db,-!lW
,w.ek I con't see how I'll eveY
It all done.'.' "I don't know
il going to live through the next
bSw wees.'"
If you talk or even think like
that the difference between you
Lnd the woman whose' responsibil-
Vtus never seem to get her down
.i6 this: You try to face all of your
Vfthations at onee, while she lives
S day at a time.
Its enough when you wake up
In the morning to face one day
r its responsibilities, without
ardening yourself by conternmplat-
all you have to do in a week'sl
r even a month's 'time.
No one day is so hectic you can't
face it with the calm assurance
2at you'll get through it all right.
ou start anticipating a
Ubu AO*9

J t O D At A Time

vnIe w y t m II1111i
.: .V'orwhat you are doing right
ow- JR. ver as tiring as just
ill L allt the t nyou
rid time.

them up fM 4
You can ea0
without comply
ry for yourself
you are equal to
for you.

But you aren't strong enou i -
for n5 one Is-to carry the burden -
of tomorrow's work and the next
day's and the next on top of
Next time oursf /
thinning .or ya
how I'U ever
week," give yount

changed from somettlng practi-
cal to something Jewel-like for big
The third basic in the student's
Jewelry wardrobe is a string of
pearls. Year in, year out, these
remain right near the top of the
list in popularity. Pearls change,
though. Yelst ago, the necklaces
were ",aln, slightly long single
stings. They then bunched up aa
in a few years chokers were
hi s mash ants. .a Amt



Evidently most woemn conti-
anu to forget what an easy, quicz-
1Y rewarding and completely cost-
less ennaneament goou posture s.
A woman Will labor for hours to
perten nor looas or a party, men
jo t. It ad wonder why some oth-
r worUn, ot so stylashly dress-'
Ie, I s Wte enter of attention.
VWoest peer curiously at a woman
who gets admiring glances on the
wat without seems-a thing a*-
bout her clote, mame-up or hair
that's a bi out o tae ordinary.
ar. rijo te secret. A dancer
or o trae in tae pres-
ece w"Ui unfaingly atttec at-
,vnon we on dressed
t jeans. It's cause her man-
a ing self is so di
i ana that people
a 1 o it aam hitely.
Carriage -is the' esret. A dancer
or som t ed in stage pres:

hearing herself is so distinguished
fine that people react.- it
Walk tall. Get the feeling that
eery inch of he spine is
etched out towards the ceiling.
't walk by bobbing forward
and rting heavily on each foot
a u C the body as
tanmp it were weightless aand
ansp1d t of the

if- -tInyellUmow
em tam 0 v spsocket te
iS'^" S". 'e .e W. o wawst.n e as you
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ChieMa depArtmeat store w in-
dow disply designer, had been
sa Gle from -North Afriea
to o I J
A former art student in Eu-
rope, Chicago born Dians likes
to draw penolal portraits. Last
year de JoinOed lhe Abmainan
Red Cross as a recreation work'-
er. She soon found a good use for
her. .. -

Her first station were' POrt
Lyautey and t .h n a Marrakech,
Fronqh Moroot A land of in.-
toerna unare. Mo o has e-
cently made Page Ome headlines
wi&, one of the worst of mmany
outbreaks of terroriam.
Plaees for the Aqieriean OFs
to go and play arg ew, and far
between. So It the rec-
reaction staff toes.
While looking around for
something new, DiMe* decided to
try mom penil sketches of her
friends as an experitebt. The .I-
dea went over bir ad absh soon
te & 14w.itwo- io lne to
"It's the kind of personalized
rcraute that 5s. to. ean a
lot to men in sue far away
am,' the pretty blueeryed artist
ease tort 'U Ayc. 'H ile
came to the U.S. Army Rospftal


hall, draw-
ing the mobiU- who come
there during the day and evening
.' tt-' -*thM men send their pie-
tures Bhte, Diane finds. Others
keep them around to show their
friends and hang in their billets.
Recently one GI, about to marry
a German girl, liked his portrait
so much he aiked Diane to draw
Mls bride-eo-be. She did, from the
girl's photograph.
The young artist finds other uses
for her art training. When not pen-
ell sketching, she is busy planning
and making posters, party decora-
tions and programs.
Diane's next assignment w Ill
be at the Red Cross reeeation
center at Chaumont, Fance.



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American gals, who have a rep-
utatimo for line figures, are tar-p.
ig earlter and earlier to care for
the e. about half of
our Sb0ten start Wearing bra
when they're 13. One out of five
wears one at 10.
When the fg needs it is
the timeto begin. The junior
bras are sized upwards, from
M1AA or 28AAA. Whie the cup
sizes are. the same as they are
for the older gars' the selection
should be made from somewhat
different styles,
Iebeg. should fad r bira
that's of a s8it sbri, has only a
lif,. SV r and no. %,4eenta-
eae knit cotton ppeta for Pt an-
ties at twa'a most imDar-I

* bead or etp.
Id.'t hike he
p s.L a seed for
ati mat hlor
* is eainlag ra-
mpg, gals should

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"Parents have been made an-,
zious an., defensive bY the blame
put on them for children's misbe-
havior. ."
This is a quotation from a new
child guidance bpokr
What does it mean? Is s telling
us that we do not laluence ever
sufagest that we have again?
I this soothing syrup to be the
new line of the guidance "ex-
If so, it ca tdo more damage
than th; old qne..
For -years, the. ehild mlidanee

flth some
tnet of
but o a
f a rather
it paye:o-

at tI apos ilty T 1
He is glted to k
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AD in a rush
In variation Me

na ham ma' e e wf-,
hin accents ilt, &4 t
of two -iultaneuns attituf-:
ceptance of himself as he cure
ly is,. faults ineluded-and a"t
knce of the .wort of IMpi
So whatwe wait is not to be
bled by assuraaces ma'm we
no faults-but an 'd.d to the i
Mag at them.
.upe and. direct expos.
them is not Wast'a upase u -.
in each of us is a remuurae
secuv me oifUm tiat maw
deaf to any criticism we :aK
ready t uS -e.
Tina, alas, has obAt beoen.
teaenng poDly of .me dOmth.
Aaen proeussim. It buas se
posed Aur ns to to.
directly, It has just hLnd
we cmeo 'r t &q..
w've sonm rto ma Un

It is to toeAprs" claim
trrieea secret knwedes asei
ma made us aeansu l
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a t.sooe..olo rslfwtoi AllI memO,.s the .PrOtestant
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-ft "Nthe w 4o0 Mt wn andt toamorrow ti0cea-
iSMs, Dun awayop, of Balblr. Wosl
gleHte. sheaTg srnos is a prular affair

Si r ro- icea brtetog mae to enter
jT oft fUtSks e ws tBr the eaidt for i me
T A., I.wne 9 ketier p arty. eny o tI pro.
mtw,.eomplete with a e amu acheth
ad stcorn of Eap-etatersO' A memtr oth Protetat
.vlrre at & AUltatst Ldh-. efatit arq Waeome to Joininthe

S. "lPana ip
a A0.a.l mbetlng.. Wacb fpmlly a
.d by ed -thde are
g .. w GothmWs. frt M"ar (Chaplain) Vopalty toSi
--tltohslied "Now NYorWk My WM -Bat W jor rman of the aUK
^- *r-.6# A,,o -W*&&an 2W e r- Suqn. Chap lai Sink announced lat
oen/ and latr an cted a ai spealt the evening would o Oc.
.9- rw son-i in tbo *OVA4 Mr. R. S. Worsley of the Union
STexas, thaathe years o. Church of falboal. Mr. Worsiey,"
-t on t l western attire cOn will speak on the barb history of
J11 sdrtehooting' irons and pre- the Cpjal Zone.
j b f lw-mBd order weit of %be tab',e the ehtbe wit movi

ag the social frmparty of the pro-
Sisanu took off an oltiem
a. abam Misisulppl Ten. Wrybis
Sa"Seing Nem e;" whie 8 -of Pahaniaf lyiplo.

a wM, WT andestdel abego are
1 rmtosylvanans ran f oW at the Union Club on of Oct.
1 Mhse~chuaetts woman anidpot d 1
'i uI t lioostuime Us to
1-,be jasc from paper, seatyle
a a Sn color to ha wearer' choke

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Iah a. they dq do w the assa
bet to the hue ce ooers Ta
baa the _repuatuos af'lpsin -ale
seunts ba tuna at 1I yards.
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Is invited. to cod t M o
Morris Hall At. I torrow eve-
Dr. Hrttjg V'A 4u
Dr. $MaiAall HertAg, disatln-
guished nwdical solentit at-
tached toi the Gorges Memorial
--...-, e.

Laboratory, wilb the speaker
Wednesday nit at a meeting
of the Panama Canal Natural
History Uowiet7.
'le talk will. be. given at' the
laboratory on Justo Arosemens
Avenue Pnamsa city, a; 8
p.m. .

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t. Luke in Af-

I Air, M. Echo, V.
id Bass, V. introduction and
choir under the direction of
teuWy will present:

' tol wifa Iward
best costumes. There
for the best costumes
lady, another for the
ed" man.
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FOR SALE:-1954 Pontioc Cot-
aline. Air conditiqad. radio.
power steerli,. power broke,
oydromatic traMsmission, white-
well tikr, E# I -lyo el two-
tond tiihtew Ik darrk bMrs
topI, I v idy tgl-r. bletory
Installatio on oN l accessories.
Enjoy your trmportati' fIn the

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a ofe July Ave. A J it.
Jto Areseensa Ave. ad I $.L

I'm 44 Casrmemall

Cacstat Ave.. M
Nat a LeItrr lwm

ATMNTW* 6. I.I Jue be*
molas fiubls.e&peuemen1, 1,
2 bmdre9ms, hot, cold wat er,
Phef aoeme 1.4941.

SUBj.1 :**--Owner wa setple
aperhgate with or withlist.




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FOR SALf>--1949 4-dlor Ford
Sedan: Radio, beater. direction-
alh. one owner. Navy 4665.


8 RINT:-Unfumish

!em mtor apo*m -.- e a-
.#go, all convenience. 168 Vie
soleserlo Porras.

FOR RENT: Large beautiful
apartments in Rio Abelo on main
highway. No. 5010-A. Phone

FOR RENT: Wilcox's Apart-

Phonem 877, P.O. Box 630, Co-

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beaeh at Snt lem. TTelophone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
POSTER'S OTITA(~. One mile
past Casino. Law states. Phone
Balboee 1866.
PHILLIPS @cooe Cottage.
Sante CClo Sex o 5, I Bolbe.
Phone Pangsme Ir17. CristE-
bel 3-1673.

FOR SALE:-M le' cl s irs,
Arial 500cc. Twinn very good
condition $275. Pnoe Cristo-

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FOR RENT: -Unfrmihli five-
roolm *iMnd-floOi apoitment.
specious lawal. bet weintiil
section of Colon. Phone Coleon


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tof. AtM ch ,l I, Coll 2.42u5 imfar 4A
,eve, ref ri .e Rarau, I
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'priced. 4Rh owrChe .
part-it 3.

pm.two FOR SALE: Icebox We
b' hot heUMs 7 cubic feet; tube t
4WRA 2 4y; .t r rl a l" f
'4*4t, self tfauht i radio 2 ii,l
and receive taiplex. 0365
-"- Iblt Heights, Phone. 2.2389
n con.

FOR SALIe,--On ew -m t
2 bedrin s awtwo peM|
mattress, eOa lak rer r
suitcase. Col Souoa 2-32M

SFOR ALI:--ii-&h tmrl
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Ca- DANCINe: !5Il .y Y TpT
Aw- AcrobaCotm w .

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IlRS macinks WO O aesimes. ,
Good condition $25. Phone -
4107. 1 ForS
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FOR SALE.-Deuble bed $20,
large living *roomenisk $25,
9xT2 rug $20. Phone 2-2744,
inquire 0599-A BayMnO Street,

ffa4e lIp sugfe.

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FOR RENT:-Now choebt, fur-
niahed or unfurnished: 3 bed-
rooms, living room, dining room,
moaid's room, garage. Cormer of
"Poseo Cincoeamotner" end 7th
Avoenu, Coco del Mar m"tle.-
-ment. Phone 8-8005.

FOR RENT: Chalet: Living
room. t wo bedoop m. kitchen,
maid's room and garge. Ave.
Mexiceo No. 5, swoon 1ist-
32nd Streem.

room hoese in. Los Cumbres.
Phone Bolbba 1.524.

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day Thru Thursday
For appointment
Balboa 2-2959
For U.S. personnel
ad their fmW.lies only.

tNn Week

Be Observed

latlan Education week wil
ed this morning in the

ed during the 9:80 s.m.
School hour. Children
youth being promoted to
apartments wll lead the
tion in worship. .Bbles
be presented to the new
Department children,
entering the fourth grade,

.. Arosemena 58 Tel. 3-2217

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At T,0 ,-Vista TM
1 ^f ^A e K

*coir nindwWc-wa 01-
L-t! memIbers of the hoard of
*i arzr education, and others
o with the Criptian ed-
Kon program of the church.
i Thursday from 7:30 to 8:30
.a meeting will be held for
h Iets and workers n the
i Sh I school. The subject for
WSalon will be The "What"
i v_'.y" of our Church School

e will be a large display
literature that may be
3ed at the close of the
W. The film, Our Protes-
Krtage. will ah be shown
bt of the program.



East meets West In violent collision just t
baluboo curtainJ 20th Century Fox's exciting
W ,dnt "P FORTUMMn." w
Wiedayr 3iGlui M K VISTA Theatre.
Bere ad sure In the modern temr
Oable, lin d re, au the rugged, two-
th b hads The King" in Hollywo
ye!r 0o-a00 Susan Hayward, Michi
eki Ghes his charm across l
sies of exploits "I
_ward D yk, Io

gan aje sa seen dt e
engged in wu
tntil conscience and pu
t effectively In %h
-ed ed The redb
demands, to
returned In.

Veta Thea

i MB owyi in this illustrations Is only us di d b.nd to' the o
waBcidt haacontinued the pen- tar of. &e. wi t' ', you the ie. ente' t.e

ofJ,- .,,<) u egrnebs slant upward. .,... .,t' tru, intoers
/L eye ay uFator. onmy eeshadow and it the ,one i ',ho feat -roup. -.b yar, a
l"" "I d ^ s~htile-ledor yrou beeSl Do Note r .-bL to tothelet-4 oFr mre- .
male coin. t a t carefully u the Ame
tA tk ot the surplus with ei

abfe-- look fresh a*d ,ltinrtdf Eace poat r brush. Youl glamour law iadfl gitr :- 15itte.._,: edtB^.

Oer than LYTHE.laPRll TE OWh sCILsW.ill outlne to who inai Carbo' partner
eyes Factor, world-famous Holly-r ones only mae amud appo te u bad hsach, h*and-'3
T eauy au rthis illustration, Is.onlyuarthp same o d to' the

SYour most important rule or a di.rectio ur ebroaws grorow. .A a
il glamorous make-up, is learning Arch your brows & little highe, fr '
how to handle you make-up requi- this glamour ntinup and ter d you theI I
Sites. so that be applicationn e' m ut tdt yur teles t. .ta ". -t
IIII^^H suits in glamour. To fear them sad wlmlf .aehe,1-Bo ,t darken 'our. .. ''l
to apply them with unsteadyr too s tacr."slant upwar s _boun ,
hands, as to apply them too bold Us e eyebrow pencil sa e -to
ly, wl result a make-up whiwhih andgivesit withe y et roup& l year. a
II^^^^H looks like an amateur artist's first cobrinng even mix two shadea l SS 1_ 'li..llll
f6esglaocusorbYouenaety. Do not rub toy

Srtrai. But, to practice until y y applying a ht one first and rew

freshaor de color yMu? ifea1.b u You*glam' our law
makeup ared apel resthin theee wsdowt.. srpeu th. atb ', = In
tre somea t h a b ,t y pra hour,

rightne sew requndiea atO tfee n says o ur. ,iy is nete mo, v ant y POW e jpu --V

iMax Factbewou wrld-famouser mHolly- o ae a.O ,p 'r""a" .f.Ibad-Wa s lf"
wood beauty authority. shor the sm onf -

S ng your amost importance rul pfor a hdive .a. s n grow t '
SA bottle orousatin flowke-up, leaning which tyour brw s beg hert t rfor.
csuts in glamour. To feasr them and .epowd the; s andthe tleti^tOPte1to ;. 'hr

to apply threqum wit you W se, i sl .t a o ha a nw way, too b farn.
i han hour' to a.dy the.. toool b- oUse the eyebo so .d. il '
ly, ore the date, and patiene, are Whith ais in hareow pil, -
traiyt. But, to practice until ydwbylasneeding a li# one first and

Begin practicing with your eye above 'the auba a be- ,-' i --
faltsu, says the Hollywood au. lIW the os.e. Btend the '
Sthority, for glamoeried eyes are ln ,Ues up aiaO be-yond th .upper yVe e ,
his side of the fashion. You'll want them to be'eela es'._1I t he r a1tWw .
Snew Cinema- so lovely that they'll make nighton1W. S:~ Mta e'
hlh opens on espotf you will visit'look dullm yod a t es .
i comparison. bou a.. |_ t a e t l '.. : '.iU ,sM
po with Clark Smooth a -hue qyeshadow 1vep paiinnLlh.l teme jg
fisted he-man g your upper eyelids to give .epth t a
d these many I asparle to your e a. Beg__ .S ayi-r ..
sues.the y WliP9- t 5Uin n tta

ael Rennie and
he full breadth
rpeped by the
r 100 per cent
y romance.
Written for the
n ex-American
giggling contra-
rpose are ham-
ie person of a
.ead, strikingly
be conducted
afe order along
months past.
tret ont Whilch
te. advt.

your eyelid from the
lashes almost to you
Dim 'ih the ."*ahm
your nose and Is
of your eyes. ad to
up Lowar" urar t n1
heavierba ef the
ow added just above
the upper ulahes wi
color for th speelsl
eyelids will a b
of blut. tones: G e4
eyes or your own' I
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Norton) to another plaesaan !
roperous family beet by
problems of postwar Briri.
SMartin Vyne, the Yotpger son of i
tew family, stirred up the ho .,t'
rst. when he became edgaMO_ t
fancy Phillips, a thorughly.-t-
charming girl who unfobrtuatelt-
lad- no. money. His iron-s e .i
ister-in-law Genesta had oth'-
oeas, .nd before Martih :ti
realized) what was happenI g
ad a new fiancee-Joan. te -.
mighty heiress of Tussock's Potted. ,.

r Things might have ended mat .:,-
ihbappily if it had not- happe.ed..4
that the TormidabtlTillie, dowagli '
Countess of Swinford, had already
made up her mind hbat Joa i.i
pSould marry the heir to _bi. -
earldom. o' .
SThe Tolation of tape eo
qsW.makeI aeheezy., e-.kle ..-
Otory, set .apist an asoirqr .
ckground. .Of r49ket.- aat '.
awn ,te ad otert o _
Mtnt. Pakb ta's. _r ..te1r
shee _lan. te bubbhl.
braimed GIO'Qt especialW Z ,4
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W`4' a i abS- at HOLLYWOOD kNZA) Not. commercials, the sound man flips

elflives; ar's cii escea m'suul gmlerigeatos says Dettj', macisBla
of aJTVn010. A4 iIeed E flt frw` r4cuqu swsuROL
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no'svels. Vontdnupo. iCOT* I canhardywaif naeA sakes- -I
a-t passmat.asl, a foot star Jack play her Betty ste out of her kitchen

ed by Wum1$asa is-' Cinema'o POppY.'. .1fle nflT catsorub. to played aevtdamnabl TV'. C'it-
as see.WeJas* The home screen boys are tough- max role on.TV but she's not giving I
Ser. That fringed dress Vici. Raaf up her tI l as video' No. sales.

-. .Julio 'Harb-, James peanwore as the burlesque queen -nw-om.rnan, won dutinq thei
aym l Masy, wt ed Sketon's "Pulc Pigeon No. last political con mentions. o he'll e

vs and nlhar'a Davls 1" was from a movie wardrobe. back for the Chicago and Sah'
Thl4 TV censors sided allotler -Francisco conventions~ in 56 askid
'he aTry of "Emst of Eden" oad of fringe to kitl a pea-a mayba this atme shell even be"
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Stout-hearted Monte B
and.former tr4ck champion
tffe a' real 'eld-fMoneled
the fetafrd $1000. one-mil
Juan Ira*co track.
Rtdfr, aeond to Poppa Flynn in
the reea" t.m0 added Gambling
Ceiti .ad Classic, returns to
Satik .er'smoe week layoff.
Persian _"Cn.a is the fifth
seleduled starter in the raid.
'Lst ". sunday Monte l6uge mur-

* with Pappa Flypn third.
teilge wi a four length
SMInte Rouge will be get-
u ',6 pounds in the handi-
d of the eleven he re-
iat Sunday. Pappa Fl
,y four -pouds ess while
louge picksp fiv p6edn&d.
etA in with .only 106 M
d to .ote Rouge's 116
NOs Jynn'S 118.
vtre will again be UI
AHKUs board Monte
Alejandro caza r i d es a
ryna.'Heetor Ruiz has the
Amorio. Manuel Ycaza
.e Kadir aid Fortunato
Jr. will handle Persian
i' reins.

hIr plenty of backers..
oer interest aces. are
Intlude .on an excllent.card.
Steadlr Impwrving Lfeboat
att ked down the hom 6steteh
tw.-hp ftat olifmne.mettlr
t e IRoyal In thermal "Wtrd .
Of-fte featured 1750 Class "B-
C" seven furlong sprint yeater-
.ffeboat went off a welrback-
Jd urth choice in the six horap
and returned $10.40 per wltn
t.E fe received a creditable
rtdp frot youthful Mnimael Y

i 9e ttng of far behind
field and B 1l e il o
d behind the others.
5oa. eofft lIe a bullet. qullv'
h he gradually lort bat ll
to the homestretch.
arolum nd Inulmazp al-
toie n .second 'anee:and
4kmere made dI tbretaliu
three furon ou hat was
tllved. Tbrnlft. t$ the
the field bo hed behind
Ro yal before Lifehnst hot
out.of the rroup and elend on
leader. Barge Royal held on

Eye. 6:15 8:15
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L ,_F& U.dL .- .aa. ,- .-.%0*W ..--.- -.4 L -, ....' ,. ,y .,.tg .
7 -- 'a B' i -. .-* ' In $1,000 -. ,- COIMENT' 010S ,,. "M
c r F *IRST RI OF THI DOURLE :....* ......,,. :.,, .... ,.... '- *..-- -,*_. .... -'.. W y..f W
lotloan'"I" impeeod-41As .Purso$375.00 Cl la i wI
k Feature -Flambgro H. Reyeslid-Nice effort In lost ---- ft f
-- Doublel n L Ycaa 118 -Has strong finish .
'S-Paques o. de Ledn 100x-No th to indleate
4--a-paFlynn0. S ez 111 .-- ulO win here evek ma
ouge, clay Pappa Flynno Wire OF. Hidalo 0 or et 30- 12o U torietiorem an
n Amorio are expected to a--our ancy A. Creldidlo 07x -No ofor r Proet
thriller this* afternoopi -f Face 1. -Mnoe2.l -bo. recent race; .a -
thrtller tn a r,, m --_Atom 0 J. Cadogan 106 -Good recent race -. h ia-ei .i:',t y l ef0 l-w- B: .[
le Class "A-B" race at the "-8. Windsor A. Valdlvia 118 -Returas from sick bay. .
10 -1Batolo R. G6mez 10-6 -One of these days ;

gamely to the last *0 yaI f4ld Rqpo UD"1" Impoted 4' Fep. Puone $375.00 PhAl Clses.1 2his ckranl kby regrd
where he was overtaken and SECOND RACE OF TH"DOUSL R I
Lifeboat went m to score b al-,C R' 'TheT O,. Yo .-.- a '-
most a neck. wl-Zoratuatra F. Hidalgo 102 -Lacks .early speed 10- e mthus ta9 lYork .. .k 8 .025 c-
DlxipWinces.' $16-20'ws the 2-Henry Lee 0. SAnbhes 110 -Depegkdb on startU .I boats ord.I
beat on the 12-race card. She 8-loserio A., Ubidla I -Blazing early .3-1 7e h8
combined with Lanero for a $137 4-iusr E. OrteIN0-Chance in mU4lidte 41 ise ot eNow
one-two payoff.- A.- fta 116- a favorite, 3*- wi be Z
Manuel Tessa and Blas Agar- -iawmmnter 1i0oes 105 -Doesn't seem -lkely 5-1 the club w5l ke -'
re shared riding honors With 7-Turf Lodge B. Aui1rre 115 -Last indicates 3-2 which bel be 5.'
tree victories each. 8--ECindalo J. PhIlls 10 -GCood chance in t 4-1 to put their m uH tr, ". -L24 o .31 "
the dividend: ( P. .. off by -iht dbsa der 10 x- wi.And
#IST RACE 3rd Rose "F" Natives 7Ng.. P $275.00 Pl Clo 1:45 hb e Agnews, three iuded
1-Matruhb $10.80, 4.20, 3.40. .F .Ru........ r its 4 !
2-Pellac $3.40 2.40. -81rena A. Gonziles 100x-Not against these 1r-I viotorw 'co ge Ifotbas d w TooilAT' CA'MBS
3.-Arieval $7.60. 2-La Nacl6n 0. de Le6n 10x-Improvin steadily 4-1s S e rI a t fWlt'ashington
3-Rablblanco L. Glraldo 122 -Usuall inapoints 3-1 Streeveland at Detroit at .
SECOND RACE 4-Curasjef a J. Bravo 113 -Bad s art in ast In3-2 r e--- Kans .alt .to "hIF.,
-Panchita K. Flores 116 -Will fight it out 2-1 .N.* w York. at Boaton
S-Coral -$340 2.40 2.60 -Bull Flea A. VAaquez 118 -wm set the pace 4-1 -*
2-Newbrighton $4.80. 5.80. -81 a ^.me l-Hr t Whether these thoughts a r e oo .
3-Golden Wonder. .- directed to trainers or to such Ivy assax0ity 00 0 1 00 -0 S
First Deable: $19.l. 4th Roe "e" Natives 46 Fs. Pinse $275.00 Pd Closes 2;20 members of the 4uorting fra- edt 0 2x-4 0 8 1.
/D_ N QUINIELA tertrity as engage tralner2 toly .
MTHIRD RACE N i:equip their dogs or t field, eith Yar today Gry, Dftmar (8) and;
1-Mufieco B. Agulrre 118 -Good recent races 4-1 er, wy they s ouldbq S helpud and ad fumble oTldadoDonon (15-9) and LOlr LP
1-Tinff .T 8.80f 2.20, L3.0. 2-Radical R. Viaques 116 -Rates best in mud 2-1 better shooting .dog rodue I at crt the tieralty pf C oray (0-).. (
2-D1 $ 32.20. 2.B. 3-El Pasha F. Hidalgo 112 -Could score in upset 4-1 less cost t... u. o14. ,-- (
3-Ta ay$2.20. 4-.-Mimi A. Ycasa 113 -Blazing early speed 3-1 (First 00021e)
O ?: ols5- ontero J. Bravo. 11.-Returns.from layoff g-l It ha tht Clevelamd lo12mo-l fti
S6-Eei-- ta L. Giraldo 111 -WUll fight it out 2-1 a clean Iele. ea Detroitir 200
,OUT.TH RAC 7-Don Brigido M. Ycasm 113 -Fractious at times 4-1 and ch .t es 24 (UP)
--a. Fan A. Vaaques 113 -Not against these 10-1 True, terei 1dett w. won Iettera Sc e 1 10-)', NWO.'
1- Ib orRt11.40. 2.W8. -up-- 1 k wns'&full-"Lary,3-m-h M.ise"a
Moon hr $840, 5th Re. "A" Natives 7 Pp. Puw"e $75.00 ChIeqs 2:55 an d Wlsot n. ty t. .d
la-Iosa: 13.0' hain F. Hidalgo 108 -Chance In mud -nly 4-1 Oir* --- t"..h-=.e
2-0. tair, ZE. Ortega 108 -Back In best form 3-2 tokeep4tsh i
FFTHW RACE 3-oeja A. Yeasa 114 -Re from layoff 5-1 tl I& aa la' .otr. up en t ,3 fo ( Ga )
-,,.8,, ,Edna $2.60, 2.20. 4i...-oldTa TpA.u. .113 -W hrt it out 3-2 w fl' ena -CA obe.dtOfMtISSh of "o r 'll0 3 0
2.-ngrelda $2.30. 5-(Pet A. Cre2 1d sunb starl t 2u1 dvo 'tiSralag. '-tl Tr
.- (13. Gold 0. BrAchei 115- owin again 2-1 gae. Bte at ro'-
deuce ets(7LwhiO ver, er and
tI-Reflector 144. 3.60, 2.20. 61 Re."' Imported 7 Ps. Puse $500.00 -V Pel Clses 3:35 in tur. = h pamrrers Of .2. NM. .en. --.,...R
. 2. 2.40. FIRST RACE O TE DOUBLEinternal par tr. oli (8), tob (1).
3 nix $2.4. 1-Pllt F. Hidalgo. 112 -Rates good chance 31 i n .ke c a s8 tS Iwn5 gaS=I hi -|
SiVEWiT RACE 2-Court'ly Prince H. Ruiz. 106 suay close up 4-1ng, and s glo :cags bem'k a ispooenlhlad"jspiteNoston
-Regal BlIs $3.0, 20. 2 3.0 u perun J. Phillips 115 -ropped in class 10-1 roatine,WO am' ltrW Ws thd (PostToned, rain)

2-La Enes $2.80, 3. 4-Vedette E. Orti 10 -Runs we ll when rented '3-1a .06oMeverWed ,AtOymIen
Grn 0 .-Oro Purito- R. Cri4ti 115 -1howi some class '2-1 'VI'hee-f n sthieryite-ar ng me
eonDoubl: $2i. 6-Bar One J. G6ngora 110 m seem likely 15-1 tho in traini g a -good than a a Hgh -ngt dbubleader)

-La-E-e--2-0 5-Oro Pubt H. Cia t 02x-R. hwi oe clade .'hered ich tsterf rin- g'ame loet. .-
7--I-lly Spruce A. Ycua 115 --oet'te like mud -1 por- nl dra -a good than a
EIGHVTH RACE 18- 2olemon V. Brown.- n"1123x-Uetknown quant24U 251 7 rcn .. e 4 P) r;
1-,tfpranjaze $4,3,2.20 9-Ah nar A. asA 1--Makes local debut 20-1 that. erta dg. hasn't iat0214100-8 11
elluda 5. 3. 10--bo Dah A. Vakf ia 115 -First'local. tart 40 1 got what ita o to tis produce. the Len ty.U a 0ards Marr. 01103000- 1- 0.
Ar M -7t i se 4-1 umo dia' tR 10h at -Pel Clses4 05 t

r iw i .,> ettr. I- ,, *' la-yl 4
3.M i t I Lr-Usutally threatens 10.1 there ,or.e to
ellwft 22 1S--F4-Sun Fer HJ. Ruaz 15 -Nothic g Ip month 30-1 invote to and e AN APOLT5 Sept. W -
51C-Noveno A. e ll zx-Seems burnt out .-1 tr er'utnuta t ahav.the y's 9unar Bawl ci- .*P'OVu,,R

-oarge oy al $ 40 0S L. -Granero A. VAuesu -Aiming for payoff 1 -1 Sco hwtl. p la? past ;na hEqnter-
O-Devon. Club C. ChAve z 102x-Runs well feir ridc e 41 kdctk t0pint '#oAb tom lul Eat-

S M( A th Rente "I- C" Nltives-7_ FFars $350.00_- Pool Cl-s _4:40 fdor ai tiL1 t over scrayWllam ad Mr.. PER -AR

t .lu OM.lA snu AbereflogslAnothe n A to, tereaip 1itaer to. h -i nL_- :.- ..
,.60-Nsi $2.20 ca- buch moe sarougtier s j md-. ft with_ ~W6
3-Nessaliffe $2.20. 1-Fru Fru L. Brwavo 1 -Jockey should help -1 ci e t aig f4moro r with t .S I 1. P R tw
2-Julie R. ,Ye!agglta-Was never better 2-1 and traslui Naturally it is simple BEPARK. Md.. Sent.

TW.IPT1 RAEK 3-Tampol A. Goisdal 1 g-Not against these 25-1 mathen* tic that the grois a- ( P).--Maryland'e gaet-thek-
1-Proton $*4.80. 3.* 2.40. 4--Valaria 0. de L6n0 -l-d-ust go lower 30-1 co noawill ie less with fewer dogs ling Terratolas today parlatied a
T-wirinel t' 7. 2.40. GeBrau A. Creldidlo 0x -Usually close up 151 but I would also advise higher m flbnt defense and one. e-
.o-Ipie p.30. ,. 6 andita A. Asquesi 113 -ould contender 8.1 prices. lena 71-vard touchdown
I-, 3 l B rre' I -od'scotreInd upset 4,1Thet*ffer1 who keep a clean ed A r vitor n as the an
J ao 11P -aes fchan 41kene sends ogse b ck as soon tit6n'. -football team.
Y U5 .SE ICE t as thelehpse an amply tried
Jth Rate U 10( Impored; 7 P1. Pu$ass $600.00.- Peel h aos w 5 and foua.wanting, devpt more
4iWS O-WODAoCl-T WO time* o **dog ,thereby either
reducing the.tota time or bring- US. N.Y.. Se$. 24-
O7 2-EapaxrYco a" Yca 105 -Usually unpred itae 10-1 413 ia. g more. blunted Pittsburgh's 'football
"A STAR IS BORN 3-Lion's Claw F. Hidalgo 115 -Not In best form 15-1 'poverhouee for most of three
cO*4-K0o A.VAnques 110 -Will fight it out 3-1 TaIlners who do this oft eDn erlods- today, then, tired under 1 .
S 5-Rio Negp -H. Ruin 108 -Disa polyted in last 4-1 have a waiting list that assures the.relentless pound* and the
"a FOXY" n -0alem B. Aguirre 11.-Hih rated newcomer 3.1 th aS tain amount .of finan- favored Panthers waltsedto 4x -
0Oner 1 Notradyt 30-Z1 da ty as well ak the joy 22-22 victory Iina adril min
..... Br 1.05 -]amasps Plu33-2 oa prid 4n a job. well done. at-Arcbold Stadium.

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1051 ,R "A.A Ih.--,-I. k Perp e $1000.00-- Pod Clas 5:40
1-M. Rouge -, !. AgghT&e 118 -Good score again '2-1
2-Pappa ynw A. VW 118 -Hard to beat here 3-32
3--Amorio'- H. Ruia 106 -Distance, handicap favor even
4--P. Countess F. Hldalgo 103 -Longshot possibility 10-1
6-Kadir M. Ycua 108 -Will fight it out 3-1
1 I Ron "Spslal" Imp.--7 Pfs. Pnm $500.00 Pol Cles ....
1--Amin Didi F. Hidalgo 102 -Showing improvement 3-1
2-Armador E. Gastell 106 -Could score here 2-1


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4-Casnadpr M. Yaza 103 -Rates good chance 3
5-Pont6n C. Lino 110 -Nothing to indicate 15.
6-Choya G. SBncheq 116 -Debut was ryevaling eve
7-Ch. McCarty J. 06ngora 110 -Rates gooa chance 2.


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iyg14 W pend. Wb just topped hit-

iimeltli i t tie simet Rimpd i
aBlao snake cbharner, let Alemne
StA o.Tasp' quaint and aromatle

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M ens so ten, Ur iaroe aa
*n "Ib enoug b '
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els., lmp t part of the wi
tato ow who have itare
a tha t w .
'Owvetr, It would be 'oefth to deny that some men aren't
d* Mirn'ued comptttort than others. IaJy merely mean
if- Peore a Itlous, or more tr~5pli but mthre' iIta
aIieirence an t's ipotnt eOdugh to sepMrate
aer. fro.aloaers...
'rhwemapsr --. eve a -.Sebor Lope
saiaion is that the In-
u5 krZe tU. bo ; b

oe for the Indian do falter, the Ta es don't.
v. 9 M Enad Doby left enough men on
B ta ye ul etrilt sole" to elect a Republican in 1M0-
wV no w In'O i0 against c aettW fie WaOnd telt
MO t.Rab up-oed tlwand -tnt, the way an -
Suleaves e why IaaIt wb o,
-h ting when they dOd? Was it fatigue?
KWerth'sWere le a to fe1l the not
choice, unemotional, Impassive
tprlsa.s dvrlte as follows:

Turning o"ody could get clos enough tothe In-
ast y epra-essur on. By mid-fotember they
i oute f mIght hav created If crowded ever
ad t esta. But In the World Sertg. slgfnf--
|i ralaput them to ignomlnloup totate.

It's our idee that the lesser
Bronx hitters are better clutch
ballplayers thipan their: Brooklyn
counterparts, and Walter Alston
is going to have Umt .250. bat-'
ters in his frontlne tegldl e a s
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.g DTtROH;, 4VU -Theeus-
Se set talk of the Western
J, .l~ A tlh Ni m l Football
SLeagae lording it over the East-
,i o oe ptm ,be t the chaim-
Inhipt lat 7 Clevelandbeat
....last -yr, remember?).
'It just an'lt tnMe sm nkre, and
that's not taking anything away
from uMy Wstarn neighbors,
Wumwhom I consider tough indeed.
Ilk npOenock of h woods,
how're7ou g' to pVe amoul
the ions, 4e ars and Rams?
The Wvy Gman Bay andi Balti-
more playedJ114Ilattw part of '54,
'you capt Overliek them either.
The 4 h.,i J, eady Mlded with
the likes- of Joag Perry. Y. A. Tit.
tie, John i Johson and Hugh
nMcelhenny, had at ee heaped onf
Ogtws I .( as the daiuert in rookies Carroll Har-
dy and Dickle Moegle.
a Welter A n Cabstaey Steo nThe 1 ersM with George Halas ne-
aring the end of his errem'r w
Didn't Jackie Roblason takb his Dizzy Dean recalls the first drink be prim ed an all-out effort. L
latest gripe about- the way he's he ever took ih his life.. ddrin sing Zeke Bratkowakl'to the ser-
b g managed to Vice-President the third game of the.1084 Worl vice hurt, but ?we seen nothing
y Bavasi of the Dodgers?... SIeries between the Cardinals and weak about Ed Brown's passing,
Sasqured him gently that he'd Tigers. After Inserting hI i Los Angeles, -nder new coach
be on third base for the World as a pinch-runner, he was as Sid Cillmand, wAs helped by the
ies.. So who managing the squarely between thee yesxy Billy addition of several rookie linemen
ums anyway, Bavasi or Walter Ro l '. throw on a double play too with the lackfield nucleus of
Alston? p vot.... and back n the dressing Norm Van Brocklin, Dan Towler
Alston? the late Dr. Robert F. Hy- and Tank Younger.
Yogi Berra grumbling that land forced him to-quaff a whis-.
athe r o stolen' Inearo a ipkey toddy before the dilated Baimoae tgoi much needed of-
oAM esebllandeyes of abstaierBranchlckey;.. fensive help from fullback Alan
al that with only four days be- who could see his 6100,000 pitcher, Shaw.
& oes d.. end of the Series and already giving him enough atrou- GS naw.' L 'st
the take-off for the Orient... hi. picking up another bad habit. of theiB toughest games last year,
Casey Stengel to Myrt Powers, They sqy lobby Laue first and tetaing such top places as end
the $06,000 Question's baseball an- bufttIs asslg.soulder list Bll Hosrton asld' quarterback To-
,&Wor toe 0 un, o'Xeanbasheballran.springth psin s bin Rote, the battbry from Rice,
1Wer to Johnor n, '"1 hea rnd sprtn g hd an to the while hddinh a/t outstanding new-
you don't like'the Yankees. That's reis of a frightened horse... comer in guard-line backer Tom
l Wd I used to work *Int Brook B .k.
IMa nsarf.' Add Stmntl: "Mky It was at the Roekv Marciano eti .

.. ,n '.e' s t e afraid when she heaw tr wcmp t- vnger. ... .-. -- .orBlems-Bob-
Sathe ar q batters they was going to let you come out Peqple flocked around th front by' h bFr t rtre-
~ en p ed o moe effectively the bta park-you might get door. cameras in had, hoping o ment of mide urd Le srng
than those of Cagia. gel. Sel ruy job!'... cHck the shutter oft the chap.."'
ad and Inhrea-puaru side arm- In"the yard lolled a Uoxer, pro, man and tckle -Thurman
right-hand Natii League Veteran right fielders Bank rty of singer Eddle'Flsher 'but .ie n Leon Hart has looked
others eqontly. have demons, Bauer Md Jackle Jeses, no theeporary bein shifted to deen-
trated this. soft sa themselves e, a elano "Rocky won't come out alve end. Also on the credit side is
softr ille thmses Jaa eno. more announced tr ine Doak Walker's. inspirational play.
llnGta tol ut er Redy Cavt of hbS h.. o. mn... .. .. Hro The ehar eof experience sh ould
mae an.. .. bert.' shrugged a es lady, make/ flie fullback of Lew Car-
Th = 2 VUe .sW d-to .end ,,move over and we'll take a pic- I npe EaternD
left-handh pt ,ut omay not We like Marty Marion's mes- ture by Edde Fisher's dog, al- have to figure Paul Brown's team
have such for White y sa after te Box veteran ready." as t one tb beat despite their
Ford an Tomv y Byrne. Pro- fallen to come up with a ball.. slow exhibiton s e a s o n start.
fessor Stengel can start his best The~player trotting back to the This must be the year for foot slow exhibition s' a n costart.
two pitchers at Yankee- Stadium., dugout, askE, 'Do you think I ball players from Ira. .. Vi- Clevelapd has a way of coming
where there are.. room Ior should have had'that one, skip. ala has the potential soph eck
Roy Campanela. Gil Hod ges per?'.... "What do you think?" the year in Jim Bakhtfar from Thers hLave t hstle tork
and Carl urile to'hit their .Iag pied Marty gently. "You were Abadan. .. Stanford counters kee ahead of .e Nw Yr.. k
and loud outs tt might be e t closest one to it." with tackle Eric Protiva from .i
borne runs in the comparative Teheran .
bandbox that Ebbets Field. The Yankee spurt Into the lt SI T; I I
m.-s M_.J -i.. .. t it %on had was market by 4Ms little Between ovnun'me will Frankiel I IL C I a .

H5 apB beenta an pamjusnlng. n

.l'sri e wee0ther a sprMo they mbaiMhale Stdy- of e Americal Leae
leea3tton %oer than 4heir personnel wirrnted nosthee ions But after igffm AnC
ty l~ a War late Oaa .ine o, s I Al f lack o( stuff two p gS,
X, however, a f ? lla'ite*i- elal spurner caught NWC
.patro. of Tak Stadiu. rus.
g o T Erskdine'q arm has been tig
Susual. with, te l'do t Y kep et rid of Ted and not nearly 100 per cent.
with a minimum pg trouble. He dici' p Bop- arm has been sore. Roger Cr
xthe recent a bre than rs has an excellent curve, but has
alnsint the-'liers. Glace the .I Xl gt been as efficent as 5he was
n, sad hence free o peOsure, d two of -his first three outing
might uAgt tHap"u.this -- Was m Sandy Koufax will be elpfoy
"". only in desperation. '
gutep sapped o.Tai a .
.th eyve laot wt Bl p ,- ag The Yankees are likely to
heir game. Andthe .ttoa've more of the relief workers,
Sa rsuway race in w*b., Id- apectacled Don Bessant in
rIpethan101 .9r middle and Clemn Labine at
rfane 1tay on tep U neverthas end than any Dodger starter
her -or not. Rut thuse er rigt. It Tie Yankees nO longer ha
g y ilie Reynolds, Eddie lpat
Vic Raschd but get-five comse
tivwe oMpile-oba 'and a,A
seven an two-ird niditg
fohn nei, the latter from Fo
just when they needed auperlet
handcuffing moot.
To top it off 1ob GrImn
fearing fronaapeh"inte em
for something like two .dal
bobbed up with seven hitless
s lais offir fighting against
RGrim could give th Yank
the extra right- hand'piti
Ideend, Grim and Jackie
Inson could be theL.key meo of
To beat the Yankees. the Do
eMs must have ceflagrlo lit
der them, and If he can get
base the fading, but ,sti fi
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Andy 'Carey draws a walk Oct.
"I-down the aisle with starlet Lu-,A- L.k W aw
cy Marlowe in Los Angeles. Another Way.
w the Yankee junket to the Far
E as their honeymoon. ... It To Lose Race
Maus money to become L Race
League starr with Boston. .
he drew only the minimum (6,000 LONDON (NEA) -
sa no more than he made as'named Tillicum was being
to the Folkstone course ti
a minor leaguer, and in past years a race.
lie was allowed to, play winter ball
at $1,000 a month. All other horses had
, scratched leaving the rize

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Tanee uprite' Billy Martin, licum's mercy in a Walkver. -
see w home, answers to the ol But the van broke down and
be back home, answer to the cla. Tillieun's poor owner failed to
t rie cal, "Cyrae!" from his get him to the track tn time to
Sold Berkeley pal, Jackie Jasta I walk-over for the money.


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Otto Graham, pfr course, is back, ed ui, the stamina t sain
and so are most of the others. in rookies frank V
--- Notre Dame and 'B Bernet 'Vf'
The Eagles, likewise, are a vet- Southern DMethodis. '
eran club: sprinkled with names
like Bednarik, nl roy, Burk, Pihos, Pre-seas6n calculations can'irt'
and ioth -ing tb" i"|tcte, they've take into account the injury fa1
slipped. Jim Trimble' nen may tor, not fe mention the bounce
have picked up. the astg game the balk. ..-
they've lacked by sffting Jerry, We ope it bounces our waW&
Nortcn to offensive halfback and enough to reclaim the worlra
inserting rookies Ted Wegert and phamploislip we loaned thb f
Dick Blelski into the backfield. Browns last December.
Rockies figure to h.e I ptJ
Giants particularly Mel Tr| ett
at fullback and tackles -o o-ltd -f -

forcing ams way I.,
Washington, the Chicago Card-
inals and the Pittsburgh Steelers
are on the upg.ade.
The Red Sihu *bring back Eddie
LeBaron from Cal*d' "- to play
quarterback and supplement him
with Ralph Gaglfelipa Watch out
for the Card running, bacileld of I
Ollie Mason, Dave- Mann and!
Johnny Olazewski.
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THE STORY: Wyatt Earp, marshal of Tdmb
ine; Mi brothers Morg and Virg; and Doc Holi-
fight a bloody showdown battle with a five-man
dit gang. Wyatt nearly goes crazy when Morg is
it by a bullet in the base of the neck. In the mean- lic
fite, one of the remaining bandits takes deliberate in
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By JOHN PLUM transit between C~sta
Panama, 134 are .in C .JIIi'
International Road Federation and 14 In northern P.aoa
Completely inaccessible i ,
An ambassador representing one Panama is separate from
I the Central American Repub-I bis and the rest of South f
cs made what seemed to many ca by the formidable Darale. Ts
f his North American listeners an is nearly a 200 mile stretch *:
credible statement r e ce n t I y gles swamps and nmo il
heu, in addressing a Washington parts of which are inhabited by
group of highway specialists, he primitive Indian tribes, some of
-- A- ..- LJ-- W .-h a- h lia a -l La lk4_I.

a *said there was no ran American which are ubeuieved To be hostile
XXV ing backs to the wall of their build. Highway in Central America. to any inroad of civilization. This 8 .1 maM Y
m izn which foi med its north side, In hastening an admission that region has yet to be surveyed for .^
STHE four of them, walking the wailed the five outlaws: young segments of such a highway route a highway route. .
Middle of the street No hurry- Billy Cl.inron. just turned 1 exist, the ambassador dramatz- Over the past several years, the
ng, no slowing. The 0. K. Corral white in the face and silent now, ed a situation which few of us Rpublics of Guatemala, El Sal- 4. asa .n
ot 5o0steps away but hard in mind and dangerous grasp in the United States, where vaor Honduras, Ncaragua and .. o c "
SOnly Doe Holliday iththe in gunhand as any of them; Ike, the myriad of highways crisscross Costa Rica have been joined by
otun thi time. All the Earp, shivering uncontrollably the fear and reach even the remotest sec- highway, extending fro San r '
d Wyatt in the lead of them, coming up in his drying mouth, tions of the country. Isidro del General in Cost Rica,
Wearing only their beltguns. thick and dusty as boll weevil "There can be no hemit i eric toCiudadCuauhtemoc in Gatema- -
ding their hands slack a nd cotton; Tom McLowry, not afraid highway or system of highways la. Through traffic between these
ee and proud waiv rom them. and not unafraid, not thinking uniss the sections in each of the countries and Mexico, however, I. e f-?
d Wyatt wanting it that way, even, but watching Frank and countries are connected," the am- is impossible because of a 25- .
he tire for the Buntline Spe- drwng Ii, strength irom h im; bassador said. mile gap in northern Guptempla.
Sand the old double barrel Frank, the oldest and most ready He went on to point out that the The Pan American AmHighway .
long paA. This time noubdy of them all, 31 the coming spring, Central American Republics are route in Central America, f r e- C c
Going to ail. This time it a dark skinned, high trained, cut off from one another and from quently identified as the Inter-
ould be hand against han da deadly man; last the 21 year- North and South America be- American Highway, covers approx.
serve against nerve. No special old William Claiborne. He was cause there is no -through high- imately 1,590 miles from the Gua- K"lw lars f *\
apons, no walk-ups behind, no an unbalanced twisted boy, who way to join them together. temalan-Mexican frontier to the,
ld scater-gun drops. had killed three men in the past sta Rica, for example, gain- Panama Canal.
* ,here would be no room for any four months. He had but one am. ed Its first overlagid access to a This represents that part of the awfus Ple d,.
'rn to cry a foul or claim unfair- bition of being called and known neihborilg country as recently Pan American Highway which is u *
iess. This time they were going as Billy the Kid, succeeding to as last May, when after more being built cooperatively by the '
t get it where they had been beg- the little left vacantby the gun than 25 years, a highway con- United States and the Central i A wems u ftrU, ei a .r.dn r.m ira
S for it. In the belly. fire following Pat Garrett's soft section was finally made with American Republics.
S.Ahead, scarcely 40 feet now call of the real Billy. Nicaragua. It excludes the Darien sector of "'"
re the open swung gates o There they were, two men, two Of some 14 miles of impass- southeastern Panama.
r corral yard. boys, and a coward, all calling able and area still preventing More than one third of this Ta PAN AMaUCIcAN HIGHWAY IN c A AMXRICA -TH~ -YA& ACCIL MATION PROORAM STAT S '
n the yard itself, their sweat- themselves cowdobs,
S- ---------. 'Ggk McLowr each had n screamed like a woman as both 1had seen the fight from Fremont Len h roved p Ct t '
McLowy's .h45 was stuck handi. him. He ran 10 feet around the'tbe corral when Johnny lean
Levis. Billy Cla borne had two stone-dead. ing door he'd helped Ike Clanton. -...25...... t. o
guns worn lo n double holster With Morg down from Tom's and Billy C laibo rne get away I 14
S In the last seconds Johnnye bullet, Wyatt leaped go shelter through. "Allright, you men are- Hond2T 54 o0 5 .0
;. ..i..--- han made his lone play. yatt him, yelling "Stay down, stay under arrest!" ek Ia t82 *
'TODAY! 75 he cam abrast of it. He The eap turned his back to the crowd, a tgray-o bill gyat billya go o a 3- -
1 :00, 2:45, 4:50,e 6:, 9:05 p.M. nvertopped walking. wounded Billy Clanton. The of a hard rock miner named PainWU ( -a 21 1s' 14 ss ,
i .- -Behan was up to them then, youngster, still on the ground, Beatty Comstock, horned in and Gn ftl 2 54 211 -1 3173
T he broken h.record waving he down mae the orer shift throwing spoke right up, some hot about
"It's all 1 rIght, boys!" he his* 8un to his left hand and it, too. "By Tophet," yelled te ,,
that was herhouted. "Ive disarmed the m. leveling it on W y a t's back. old man. "he done just right and (1) Guatemala ha, received an (US) $18,200,000 World Bank load market arid
S You can let them be." Morg, is mind a long ways off the people hereabouts will uphold to finance'completion of the new Atlantic and Pacific highways mary net orks
S ng of L Ve! Did you arrest them?" asked from making himself small, saw him!" T and for general highway Improvements and maintenance costing ing $7,4,000.
Wyatt him in time. Billy had struggled "It was plain murder The a total of $401000,000 exclusive of the Inter Amertcan Highway ..,
S"No' need foi that I..." to his knees to make his shot at sheriff was still talking loud, program. For the latter there Is a total of $12,000 Q0availab:: (4) Costa- d. egoati t Bank
"Get oi.t of the way the n!" Wyatt. Morg shot him through "You're under arrest-the lotof for 1955-56, including $8,000,000 in United b tate ttW d. sand $4 a loa of
said Wyatt flatly, and brushed the belly. He staggered up to his you!" s 000,000 match -a funds Of-rQeatm ala. bude a $9a00.
Sarm. It wa 10 feet to the gate I og Claiborne vanish Into the Wyatt quietly. "We'll Ains r for (2) El Salvador Is etI American provide 1550i -
then, and BelMw was running for building, drove a .44 slug Into what we've done t le i th itme Highway to pat an dard rior to -
II I.H.l..cover, the youth's chest, putting him comes. But his It timA, s 1955. l 8alvadI d t a lso lnd. "l00 (5) P of $7.400.
back down into the dirt. I Johndyl" He put' a scathifk% st- i 0, program to conastrutighw f or
STHE Earps bore down upon At this point, Doc dropped his ness to the name. Y ou'd t Foreign exchange costs o th later program are being financed ama will toor 1
the five men waiting along the empty shotgun drew hs Colt get out of our way, you under- with an $11,100,000 World Bank loan. Panam h fus received k lo to f
building wall. Across from Virg ani ran in toward the Earps. stand? a four-year highway rehalllta
were Billy Clalborne and Ike He jumped over Frank McLowry. There's no ooubt Johnny Be- (3) Nicaragua has $1,800,000 available for construction of the '. -
Slanton. Fronting Wyatt were thing him dead and done and han understood. What he would Inter America.n Highway Sfor ,la inolud .. 0 )
ry. Morg had Tom McLowry all shot. He thought wro He nt remains to be gessedmont a United 8tat has apptoprted $4,o60,000 for construction of
toIhhmself. heard &.org below, e y.. or. coming down r and t s ola
S att I stopped the dead march oc" Then Frank was coming upturning n at the corralmorighton the Rama road In 1955-50. This represents half of the $8,000,000 the three-year ct
I in te last hlf breath. T h ey off the ground and snarling, "I've'top of Wyatt's refusal to surren- authorized by the United States for con~letion of the .Rama 600,000 eresreent ng $24,Io a e fun
measured it later. It was only got you!" der, was the whole kit and kaboo- Road. Nicaragua, meantime, Is building 50 miles of farm-to- 300,000 contributed by the.Central Amedoaj countries.
I nine feet from hil bootprinta to "Think so, do you?" Doe came die of the Citizen's Safety Commit-
the building wall. around, throwing t he question tee.. Mayor r. P. Clum '-was in.
S"YoU menare idmr arnrst," and his snapshot at Frank, to- charge and not r a ny distance, ,92 mile, Is u lp Roa'ds added to Its estimated to meet its one-third requirements for starting at Mexleo City,
said Tolabltone's so__me town gether. back talk If te riff my Be- e, poorly graded, rough Vi i cover higher woet of an accelerat- financing the'highway. built to the Yucatan pem I
marshat ."Throw up yol hands" Frank fired with him asd Morg han or anybody'ese. narrow, oten s better than ad W'prograd. Since 1930, the Ulited States where, via firry, a connection
One set of hands nt sky- threw one in from the sidelines trial. Another173 miles are m With the major part of the funds has spent more than 97,000,00 on be made with Cuba. vent
wards-Ike's. Four sets went the to make it three. The outlaw's "Well be responsible for these pas. le. On 58 miles are sur- needed for the three-year program the highway Ino Central America. ferryhighway linkage of the
M.-M'S their way shot cut across the muscles of men," was all, he told Behan, fae, and the remaining 277 appropriated, the Bureau of Pub- Of the total, about'45 per cent was and Caribbean circuits is pla
D ..A Ms;A ATII C aI -Frank and Billy ClantOn took Doc's back. But it was his last and Johnny bought it and backed mie are considered improved lic Roads in concert with the Con. expended on an emergency pro- When M xico's Yucatan
DAMATC OMANC att. Billy was a little wild. shot. Doc's bullet drilled hm off. their rt rd. trial American governments con- ect under direction of e army joined to C wl
His first s h o t clipped Wyatt's heart-center and Morg's smashed With this background, one can cerned acted quickly to et t t 194 and 194. posble to reach Mexo and
shirt. Franks firso t shot didn't the top of his head off. THE wonder was that it took e something of a point in th ob- derway. According to spokesmen of th ra Aer by wa of the
S ven touch him. With good pro. Frank was dead. Tom was dead. three days to get the warrants servation 6f the Central Ameri- Novembet was set as a goal for Bureau of Public Roads, most of eastern United States ren
fessional reason. Wyatt's eyes Ike and Claiborne were clear out sworn out. But Johhny B e h a n "candiplomatic representative that awarding contracts on one-third of the work done by the army his terry 'ervicfc is ,In operaion
had never left Frank. He was of it and still running. Only knew just now long it took a "there is no Pan American High- the program, and 1956 awards for been utilized in the construction tweer Key. West, Florida and W
the No. 1 gun, and had to go young Billy Clanton, the 17 year- public pot to come to the boil. way in Central America. the entire project. programs of the Central Ameri- tanus, Cuba, a short
first. Frank's 'gun barely cleared old. was yet in the fight. The third morning after, the fight can government. t of Havana.
Its sheath when Wyatt's slug hit He got as far as the north he thought he smelled steam. Vice President Nixon on h is The contract method for con- The army abandoned it proe- Internatioal highway travel
him three inches above the belt corner of the building w a 11. Within an hour he had .a big goodwill trip through Central A- structing the highway will be inau- eat bul Int great haste to low- practical tbay throughout m a
buckle. Wyatt's second shot near- hunching his bullet riddled body posse of rustlers deputized and out merica in "e spring of this year, guarated for the first time in Cos- er standard, nd sometimes e- of South America, from Venes l
ly tore Billy Clanton's right arm along it, trying to get around it looking for Wyatt and his broth-Iwas quick to recognize this situa. ta Rica, Nicaragua and Honduras. ver a route different from that la's paot clt of La Guaira a tI
Soff, spinning him clear around and and into Fremont as Tom McLow- ers with their hip pockets full of tion and the inadequacy of the U- Panama has been doing t he designated for the Pas Amerd- north s4, .throu Combia
knocking him off his ffet. Both ry had done. Virg, who had put murder warrants. united States InterAmerican High- highway work, by contract for the cen highway--la 143, when the Ecuador a down the west calo
men were in the dirt, with the the last shot into him, snapped Fortunately, the wn d was way aid program which already past three years and the system submarine wus-as lm r a ase of Peru sad Chile, across ,o
fight only three seconds old. two more at him both misses, blowing Wyatt's way, too. He has a history dating back to 1930. was just recently initiated in Gua- rious danger a .ie Caribbean. nos Aires, add up the east coi
Tom McLowry dove behind one The boy fired back, needing both beat the posse to it, surrendingI teala. as far as iO de Janeiro.
of the saddled horses firing at bloody hands to hold the gun up. tp Judge Wells Spicer and de. Guat speeches and interviews from Under similar conditions, it Thruh ffic rom the ne
I Morg. Morg, in a colA. way no- Virgil Earp was down with a .45 manding a full court inquiry. Guatemalr to Panama and on his The highway is completed to Ina might be pointed out, the army o- era .t tips of South
body ever forgot, just stood there ripping his left thigh to the bone. That was some inquiry. It last-. return to the United States, he ter American design standards in opened in nine mon pioneer erica e ted by poor
and let him shoot holding his Only Wyatt and Doe were still ed six weeks to the day and what stressed the importance of a com-- El Salvador. 1523-mile Ali from Ecua near
Sown un easy and careless, wait- on their feet, and Doc was shot went on in it would be l o ne r pletd hhway to the economy, E .. i23-ml e Al weaw from ou n
Il Fi ing for that one 'clear shot. in the back and couldn't s t e a d y than the rest of the story put to- Pace n( Unity of Central Amer" Norm p Wood, chief, U ni te d to Fairbanks, pa sib ti e the of
tr his hand for any real fine shoot- gether. In the end, it all added ea o to the security and trade States Btreau of Pbulic Roads In- The Bureau Publi Roads coni t I highway ring 1i
VIRG was just as dead calm ing. up this simple: Behan could have of the United States. terAmericnn Office, .said that the a spent a total of S72300 n the sea it is advisable
LEAnOR AI* R about it. He let Billy Claiborne Wyatt did it like a man had to. most of Tombstone believing Wy- bureau and t pIe arineuating coun- hghway, in' th period f r om ft -eu jiar. around the sectl.
have three pegs, then threw lik a poor dumb brute animal att and his brothers were mur. On his recommendations, Presi- tries are asking for bids as rapid- March 1930 up to Ma, o[ r ador. .
n. -lllNMf* l mlm, I down on him. But he had al- that was dying but still danger- derers but they couldn't seU it dt Eisenhower asked Congress ly a plans ana specifications are The new a l- .
S-- ready had all he wanted of it. ous. He put the first, careful bul- old Beatty Comstock and a tough to approve a three-year accelerat- asqe bled. eti.g ." U9 in.,nce cs,
he broke and ran. Virg held his let through the boy's hips an- dozen other eye-witnesses: nor to ed plan to complete the highway Contractors with successful rec. r by *.' a of the land a
f-- ire. He saw the boy dive for choring him for the second one hard-minded, string-straight Mu. from the Guatemalan Mexican ords in the United States and in HiWAY 'ariea lt lac d
Sthe door of the north-wall build- through the side of the head and'nicipal Judge We lls Spicer. On border to the Panama Canal. This the countries where the work is Some of the b nt 4ig, h
ing He saw the door plash open into the brain. 'Dec. 12 Spicer closed the hearings would fulfill irrevocable commit- being done are being invited to expensive higs p and the thr,
'to let him in. And he saw who by refusing to recommend and in. mentd by the United States to the submit bids. lies within the m it aho
flashed it open. It was Johnnyn WYATT had no more than dictment to the grand Jury then Central American powers to aid' countries. B o
Behan. time to look 'at Morg's wound, in session. And the grand jury re- the completion of the highway Awards will be made on unit- size of these be but tohe G
Wyatt leaped toward the horseand the handful of citizens who fused to make on on ts own hook. Within a matter of weetype price agreements, with the laon, the Co
T AYI 0c. & 30c. behind which Tom McLowry was -- er Vi Pre o Naft. d contractor required to provide all not large
'bulletsbintoh' the animal. It reared, --- -- er Vice President Nixon had i "o" H
115 4A -.:40 p.m. firing at Morg. He drove two '. .. and .p-,h "e "f'u-g' returned from hs goodwill trip'
TiR m aMIV VE N! screaming, and Tom slid out and estimates and other detba of United Stat s Buureau of b- for aid a
.FULL L. Nti lI iEDI away from it. Watt threw down t ...the B a '" of PubliI lc Roads equipnent s ,the Cen-Icompleted -is e. .
FULHAUDL on h"im but in th same instant "' '. Rasnd, the Dearmn o trail American Republics will belAmeu n -.ea
A Ike Clanton ran crazily up and ; : -State. Bills were introduced n offered t contractors at a depre- out United S
rabed his gun hand, slobber- ." '. .] t,- ,an ouse ciatie& rental rate and materials'
Imb,, Dont kil me! b aint shoot- .bis, ,. some kind of a reo, and msu a of the bureau will The Pa -a ,- a- d

Mor had run over to help ,k v... .e-... '- -, .- .- enpp uan iy actui te la li f*atercvity. -
Tom dropped him with bullet. The cost estimated for closing $3/,51, M 18 te e m. -
IU through the base of his neck. the aPS in Guatemala Costa I-; ,.
'wnt erkike .saf him di '-[ paving th, enre mIn mi, (as aua Si a,
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maw r. soaring like a haired apilver-i S.ations was estims $1p rs, and $UJ n Ni- w
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of London zoo, doles out delicious tea-time snack to two baby chimps, Jane and MimL


SHE CAN-CAN--Clamorous Francoise Arnoul, let there be
no debt about it, is a master of the can-can. Here she
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TON 'S'A VE -US-These film lovelies were among actresses honored at a Holly-
d inner party by model agency head, John Robert Powers. Occasion was presen-
of"Venus" awards to prettiest actresses. They are (from left) Mari Blanchard,
p' De Carlo, Jeanne Crai, Linda Talleen. Rosemarie Bowe and Mala Powers.

WOODCHUCK AND FRIEND-A woodchuck named "Davy"
by children at Bear mountain gets acquainted with Henry
Goldwasser at Natural History museum in New York. He
is replacement for another woodchuck who died recently.

FLOATING PILE OF JUNK-This sturdy Chinese jiik, Fee China, rests safely in
San Francisco harbor after a stormy 54-day voyage frti om rmosa by way of Japan.
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B ILLED as the world's
highest paid actress for
her role in Tolstoi's great
classic, War and 'Peace, act-
ress Audrey Hepburn really
'works for her wages when
she does the gavotte for a
scene from the picture. The
gavotte is a lively dance of
French peasant origin. In
order to getc the sequence
filmed in one week. Audrey
and partner Don Little had
to dance more than twelve
hours a day. Don, a gallant
sort of chap, is quoted as
saying that he came to Rome
for a vacation and he got one
"by dancing with Hepburn.
about which all dancers." he
says, "dream." Audrey. who
won an Academy Award for
another movie shot in Italy,
can now be considered an ex-
pert on this colorful dance. A
visiting cameranmn on the
set .came away with these
photos of Audrey taking her
turns at the various phases
of th* dance, which is a
on. highlight scene in the film.
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the464th MP platoon lower the flag at Ft. Gulick. Left
to right, Pvt. Courtney PL rentiss, Bath, Me.; Pvt. William
L Forces, Smyrna, Detffc. Frank C. Rudolph, Forest
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V. irginia, control traffic and maintain security at the main entrance to Fort Kobbe. Beth are
members *f the 544th Miltary Pollee latoeon (8ve).

A JUNGLE SECURITY PATROL fI te 2$4 MP I'tomany atthe ie late maneuver area eon-
sist of from left to right: Pvt. Fran lyn i 3 l.. ee*bo, N.C.; Pvt. Doald J. Callanan, Long
Isluad City, New'York; and Pvt. Earl M. Camp bell, Rock Island, linois.

14 Years id
Tomorrow the Military Polile responsible for the patrols in Pa. ,
Corps of the Department of the nama City, and all areas of th
Army celebrates it 14th Birth- military installation n the PaceV
day. fie side. This unit provides secur-
ity for the Post of Corosal Fort
The task of providing for t he Clayton, and Curundir Military
welfare of the military establish.- Reservation (mainly occupied as -
meat--keeping military personnel, a Civilian Housing Ar i), escorts,
military property, and military o-.convoys and support troops whem
rations secure against any at- on thaneuvers in the Rio Hato A-
tempt to impede or disrupt the rea.
fighting effort -requires a group
of men with versatile talents and Although the 23d MP companyy 7
abilities, The varied tasks of a is the largest of the waits, they
Military Policeman require him; are by no means alone la t h i s
to be able to handlejobs ranging varied operation.
from detective to traffle officer.
The 544th MP Platoon (Service)
The Corps was not always the shares the home of the "Lifelin- '
efficient, workmanlike organiza- ers' at Fort Kobbe. This unit is
tion that provides security for th engaged in the normal tasks of a
Panama Canal today. military police organization, and
I additionally they participate in the
Prior to our entry' into World ceremonies of the Regimen t.
War I there were no Military Their activities are eon f ined
Police organizations as such. Va- mainly to the post of Fort Kobbe
rious units and commands d i d and adjacent training areas,
their own policing. The 51th UP Platoon Serviee)
Here in Panama, twR Pr6vison- Quarry Heighst is cbhatred with -
al Companies were activated tije security of the Comn wander ,.
shortly after our entry'litto t.h e Chief's HeadquarterS. 1T'ii unit
war. Personnel for those u n i t s maintains motorcyleli' eskrts for
were made available by transfer visiting dignitaries. B~chWse of
from other Panama Canal Depart- the limited parking area they have
moment units. telephones installed strategically
on trees and buildings enabling
These men were trained first as the MP controlling. te parking, to
soldiers, just as are the present call and ..bve.a vehicle moved in
day Militiry Police. minutes:- -
MP training was based on the The 512th MP Police Platoon
jb to be done here in Panama (Service) provides the smart-look-
and since there was no Military ing Military Police who man the
Police Corps, national standardi- patrols at Fort Amador. Though
nation of training and specializa- small in number they operate traf-
tion as characterized by the Corps fic control pests, patrols, and fur-
.o .later years was not reached.. nish security f or USARCARIB
It was these early experiences Headquarters.
anditraining which set the ground
work for the versatile gr6up tha The Atlantic area is pliced by
holds the Military Police function 4he 146th, 545th, and 514th MP Pla.
in the 'Canal Zone today. t4oons. Patrols of these taWits can
e e e be -found in the City of Colon, the -
One excellent example of t h e post, of Fort Gulick and .ort Da-
scope of MP activities ii the is, aund even as far off ftc beat*
Canal is the Military Polce e4opati as Fort S'an .orenizo-
course offered to Latin Amnrican Vg r soldiers h a v e trolled
students and service personnel at e the days of tile Coquista-
,tbh-UJS. Army Caribbean School, .
tFrt Gullek. Scw l10 a total of *.
'18 students from the. Rpublie of he 545th MP's furnish military
Paama have atteodad thi course 6 support to the fost Comrn-
patterned after similar teor ief at r of Fort Gulic4,-g*d have
-h.Provost Mprshal's ce '1f ional futo e provide
C p Gordon, Georgia. service o,t, .-foreiga
..." s attending the SARCA*
The 23d Military Police Compa- RIB School.
ny at Fort Clayton' is presently

TWO MEMBERS of the 516th MP Platoon (Sve), Quarry Heights, Sp2 JVohn F. Frasier, Charle- TIHE :OFTSIER UOTHERSt6, ft,,i rant S. and Pfe. Newell C, of
ton, Illinois, (left), and CpL R.iehard W. Cushman, Boston, Massachusetts, conduct an laves- Costorland, tew York, patrollig the historic post of FOrt San
Lorenzo on the Atintjc. side,._Both brothersiAre nembes'nf the
tigat* n 9t a motor velbele accident at Quarry Heights 14h Plteon (Swv), Fort Davis..

SAGE TWJfO Su.d sv iu S.jpr SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 25. 1965

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The 146th MP Platoon (Service)
which is also stationed at Fo r.t
Gulick is presently responsible for
providing the town patrols in Co-
l and hate alloff post Militry
Police jurisdiction on the Atlantic
The interpreter sections of the
towif patrl units hre to te m-4
elves unique. Here Military Po.
lice provide service for civilian
and service personnel, assistance
in qbtainpg licenses in the Repub-
lie, IhteWpreter service in the
courts, and liaison with Panama-
alan officials.
The 514th MP Platoon (Service)
stationed at Fort Iavis provides
the support-for the post and the
large admbining preas of. F or t
Sherman, Camp Pia, the .Jungle
Warfare Training Center and con-
necting road nets.

Although the Military Police
Corps, as constituted today, iron.
ly 14 year old, its beginning can
b. traced back to the First Word
War. ;
During the First WorkidWar, a-
bout the timethe two provisional
companies were being oranied
in the Canal Zone, th Mtar
lice Corps itself took amomentous
step forward whet a Provost Mar-
sha was apolinted to Genleral
Pershng's staff in 11. The fol-
16wing year the War Department
approved the for-intion of a Mill-
tary Polic- Corps or the duration
of the emergency.
After World War I, -the MP
Corps did not become permanent.
"The Military Police were active in
Panama Area with patrols in the
terminal cities to control person-
nel on

Two specialized type.of units are Agreements with the then-young
present in Panama. The 517th MP Republic were effected by the lo-
Detachment is busy with the ad- cal Provot -Marshal and the Pa-
ministration, care, housing, a n d nama police officials. These work-
Smpbymentof pisoners. The th ing agreements remain, basicaly
IM Detachment (Criminal Inves- unchanged even today.
tigation) provides the criminal in-
vestigative force for all the Mili- The Papama Canal Departmilet
tary Police. This unit is composed appointed a Provost Marshal nhd
of MP Investigators, specialists
this field. I (Continued on Page 6)

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AN ORIENTAT.ION Is o&auee .for key members o1 the 234 Military Police Company, Fort
"iay1o, oA te props 0"Btr(f tra !.ea! JRalald tB IV IWuatr.Contro exer-
ele in the P t A MrII k A i .;t 1a sony CIuslhu rmg, West Vir-
g -]a t Lt..nroberaee N.i l W I4MiSW .Sfe DtL'l. Volts, Norwich, Connecticut;
"" sgt. harles GrifflUM elas, OhbO4 Sad gt E agee.f; t Smfio, Mdmina', New York.
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POLYGRAPH OPERATOR (ile Deiector), 50th MIlitary Police
Detachment (CI), Fort Amador, examines (posed) suspectpon the
polygraph machine. This machine is considered by most mod-
erd law enforcement aegdneds as htWep.rtntlnve atl e aid
In many criminal cases- under investigatedn. Theplpt ator is
school trained at The Provost Marshal General Scho4, Camp

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Infornsattontoo Sp George A. oampheH, Cotlunibs, Ohio.
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Campbell is with the 749I( Signal Company, Fort Ciayt


S0. RICHARD 'N. WET points out areas to be covered by pat hs at Fort Kubbe. looking on
L to F. are Pfe. Clebusrm Talley, SpS John M. Bruton, Ffc. Andrew M. Camera, Long Island,
New York; Se, West; Sp$ Bernard I. Womaek, Norfolk, Virginia; Pfe. Robert J. Garwood, Mas-
teth, New York; and Pie. Robert Trice, Newlanj, Sjuth Carolina. All members of the 544th NIP
Platoon (Svc),

STUDENTS FROM PANAMA, Venezuela and ParagguAv undersoln. training In the use of the
45 caliber pistol, part of the Military Police Co urse at the USARCARIB Schore, Fort Gullck.

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ware knad, t-lp of iabanryman rentedd by other units during 4
known as. -Pw OUard: Th e. World War II. The 700 Mitay. Po- ; 1--lat
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Original, the Provo 1Gads V ntalUatiLs l Panama. S-Proo-
had authority over U.S. -eyllUans I In addition to % u there i
as well as the tm lltary, ll aun-wee a. nmlr of t r Ua.,, plant."
thority was later withdrawn., ry PoUli ogo piatlpus atiyelg 9r f Ai'rt
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were spent in establishing, policies itary Poqee. t Panaaas Area .t-Hstel-
and setting up the framework of as as r wartime Uevelopment. The -r
the Military Police system in the'MPp.maeitained this seeit nre 2a-On
Panama Canal Zone. until the war-time requirement helered
,ended. aide
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stationed at Quarry Heights aund On the 14th Anniversiry -ioft -land.
Fort De Lesseps. The company at, Corps, the Mpjitary PoHlce eat-f- 34--sand
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honor guard for the Headquarters. I for the troops," service to the the
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brose aown at 1umm Uni6n, Costa Rica,
f the I11 crewmembtra were 4own to th
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~ein 4 Another' ty mission was 'arried out .by Albrook
AM ry re qeew whebtthe chief engineer of a disabled U. S.-
W.te K on the ship. Despite heavy seas, the alrt.
manned "to. land near SM shit which -was- off
Sas e coast Nicaragua. and pik up Daiel Mact, 32,
Mto bre w.M h ad rrette4 burns on aoot -half of his body.
sl'- 1 itgood cendltlmb at Gorges Hespital, and agent
d wa matoay by th'. ofr et-ble,,et were-wxsetiug the ship to ar-
A. .al- t h.". sagaw". rite here over .e weekendM .
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MSW 1Aed RubrOfs teams for a A Ft. Davs soldier dWe tny Wb he w
ad tal of forigh troops trm thrown frnm as nautemils-e whiw bewas a
Sa -- not immediate. dis-,- manger late a laWMs off the B ivar igh-
it AeCtea i.n Europe, droppi. g trade' wa. s ue we.Toy Waker, I Toe i*r o f ,the
sg on and a. general cessation ear san aameher peer wertkei bttheCo-
t Mnow ** eol Sl-Ullpal. Ty. begeeat Twaaeiy9wOfel.
of State DRUes made a ple 'q t. .. .
that the neot 10yes4 ... ., -- -....
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Ps western weGPW! chief teqas deim 0 ja ao6n a do wajq wit4 the
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obkcent empe was a s #esidnt RW-
I>taleWanonv trewthte AdVes a Inv"s cogmeato Panmaz
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planalon af the affair.
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The marine captain who won $64,000 Is back in
Colmabus. .

heaffIe barI at th eouw t of tx. He thought the
fight was p er -e Ie
A4 Lt arnd. t. morg ah.on" _vta._ Marelano
-a d* e- as .Mar boupe-
~Tsthwd ri~ ffl '. ,aid Arehie couldn't
even counter. I a leftho-k ended It.
Before ti Inu h R6ftky wht bleeding from a gash-
ed left brow, Moore was cut on the left eye, and his
right eye imOst was closed,
Going Into the ninth, all three rlang officials had
.Marclano ahead on rounds Their wsort"l: 7-1...5-3...
m td 5-2 and one even. United Preta boxing editor Jack
Cuddy had Rooky In front, 0-1 an4.7one even. Marcia-
no was a Btty (1-4) favorite st' r idd. The fight-
originplly schedukd Tuesday pight wa postponed
eae d0 because of rafit.
V1raut- me e crw r an,.
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Aztzso i trolnieet p ect record a-
ie:. 49xpr ia2l fl hts'. 43 knockouts.
por M30e, he flie ly got th. _AM e. he wanted io
badly-. e la... but e was far troa d4graced.
he Wner a nditll heavyweight champlon... Rocky
Mar lano. .... o -
Governur George. ofar of Pfegulyai ha& called
for- qigd action by t tates to eminate "fixed"
ifht-. o' o ^.o-
ader asent a mesQage to a National Boking Asso-
elation conmlttee meeting In New York. The commit-
tee Is trying t6 aset up a uniform. code for boxing. Penn-
aylvanla recently passed a new boxing code, and after
tat,. Ladej r moved a .114-day ban on boxing In the
.Leader M b "ie felsee boling men want to rid 'the
ort of what be eall leeches. He says boxing un-
4ibtes, are well organsed, os boxing officials must
cra* J;0y-ed ;bu smeew Mblpday
nag t to d b -e3t eel,, *Whgt AM heavyweight
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RookIe p rayewrsarrved the Baltimore bolts to p lop-
ided win dvOr Pittsburgh Snday ia the pro football
The Ch u the Stfelers, 44flewitid up
the nre-teIssd tiU with two wo*tn, and one
t. Pittsrr vl and five
.llback bAma, Ick 4 Drupe and
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lttmore- ewho dr d. Ameebe and Wom-
ble seortd'twe r went or once... and
Show diret4d the ftb |,n ild-aeam fashion. Ted
Marchglrda and Lynn epred-for the Bteel-
ers. .
The days only other. 'come
from baeiaa. to sink ork 7-l. The

cause' of his dda good fortune, he stap win g4 he Lros a Wtwo mP for exhib-
"I am a w ksat, last, and always and won't tlonfs e-the Oants won-o two f six.
get ou t ev t Bill t scored twice. for the winners while Jim
wTw-we u, cnr- ars, Marin Mbootd field .ooSA from-the 22 and 37 yard lines.
'hoiut~ ifdt t stnis about what Tdm Landy amnd Bob Schnelker scored for New York
tie pnlWt8"fo" wih hae mayce won on the pro- and Ben Agajanian kicked a 16-yard field goal.
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He told newsmen, "I won't discuss my personal af- .urpe Heart .veteran Ted Kroll ran down a long
fairs to any extent whatsoever.'I i t putt 0o thetfeat lpe of a "sudden death" playoff Sun-
6 day to .wi the Ph adelphia Open Oolf Tournament
e to will s do Jus about sanyth to make- ro1, ho was'wu d our times U: an Infbtry
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fater -e 0 .liter or'. The .m-p eaMthd i zJt.r". the
father "sad be waed to g his tree children tpfri ss after OWfk the end f the
somethingg to be road ef" regulation 72. ho with scores of 273. Kroll got his
..o e from the Ba- total by t ing a one under-par 67 on the final 18 hole
ftB lflb i^! t in seven whie Ford bopte m18th and came home in 1.
Marty D ough irgin finlhatd in a third
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