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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00881
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41 .are standing by at Belize, Brit- British Honduras as serious, but
ish Honduras, ready to air drop that emergency needs there are A
emergency supplies to any town rapidly being filled.y
or village stricken by recent Crop damage in British Hon-
hurricane Janet. duras and the Yucutan penin-
Rear Adm. Milton Miles, com- sula reportedly poses the threat
Smandant, 15th Naval District, of a grave food shortage. E
commanding the .Navy's disaster Navy medical teams, flown in
relief in Yucutan, has already by four helicopters from the
Made survey flights over much Saipan, are already at work in
of the storm-ravaged Yucutan the disaster area.
peninsular. He is expected to Hospital, tents have been set -
fly on to Tampico, Mexico, to- up in Corozal, Yucutan, where WASHINGTON, Oct. 1 (UP) Attorney
day, to co-ordinate the emer- 61 were reported killed and 247 erbert Brownell, Jr., has appointed a special co
agency work of the carrier Sai- injured.ertrownell, Jr., has
l opan, duen at Tampico lait night. The Mexican air force has to study lows applying to bingo mes on U S. m
Miles has indicated that the flown out the seriously wouhd-reservations.
affected countries may well ed from some of the battered .eseryationi.
S. have to apply to the State De- towns. Assistant alorney general Warren One chie
apartment for long range aid, so The Saipan was origirMlly the criminal dges on, discla W e
IKE'S SON WITH NFWSMEN-Maj. Joho Eisenhower (right) great is Janet's devastation headed for British Honduras, rimision, disclosed this yesterday when q
WRIITE HOUSE TEAM: This sketch-of President Eisenhower talks with newsman inn the lobby of Fitzlons Hospital Den- but was diverted to Tampico, hit toned about the legality of bino on military
and Vice President Nixon it by Ed Kudlaty, NEA stff artist. ver, after a vielt with his father, Pre4dent Eisenhower. by two of the seasons worst Panamd Canal Lone. bin p os I
West wi Ps hurricanes. in answer to a call ve the
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,nix o n, WV 'a'sr n t, N wC c ssonsl In that city. Oll ae o lney said. i
ixon, o kingo tVPh I ----NW h e ste no id aa o ohat their p ison t
Se p can r .. G e dcu operations rolling at to confused that the attorney general has appointed
Forfreerdepartmentalcommittee to makea thorough
By KENNETH 0. GILMORE .return the Republican majority to a Girl
WAS GTON, Oct. 1 (UP) What is not known, however,is WASHINGTON, Oct. (UP)-an Girl Gels lney ald that on some re- generally is consider
Richard Nixon is probably bet thrt the peak of this Democrat- Western powers plan to vigor- ervations, state laws governing a lottery.
ter prepared to take over those ic criticism and just before the oy po tsesinst artedenthe nIVO m n ti e'aton the rai o a sti ti a
duties of 'the Presidency, which he election, President Eisenhower S oviet concessions granted d the te ro but that on s io that any sut
now must shoulder, han any pre- wrote Nixon a moving letter giv- .. East German government. state laws do otapply legal," he said.
,iouS Vice President in history. ing him complete support.'". A highly-placed diploweatic ni wid it war clear from "Nonethle We in no
Si he took the oath of office "t was rom the botto of the source said the West is particu-HadOther lws pssed by WifeCongress that sion to ae .te
wiM tOe President Eisenhower, heart," says a friend, "and the a clarly concerned over Russia's the Federal plic policley is op statement about w ppl
this 42-year-old political p h e n o- kind of letter anybody would want decision to allow East Germany TULSA, OKLA., Oct. 1-(UP) posed to lotteries, and bingo to any T.s. res nation or to
menon has been studying the ins to get from his boss when the to control traffic moving into A Peruvian divorcee who won a that bingo o military
and outs of the nation's number heat is on." West Berlin. $4,083 breach ofpromise jugyement 9
one job like a scholar boning for Light is also thrown on t h Western officials were said to yesterd agasst a 55-year-oldCia R would be a L
personal relationship of the two fear that East German control Tusa drier. ad today she .
--t ,~bpine Nxl .o's Cep tl Hillofthe o"". oit fic c dlead t Ten a mery anu x '
Csiequen hesitati on. Isversed flee. on it n Wrifact: u e s Soviet zone In Germany sur- The divorce, Mrs. Nils Santillp. ia r
*evevy phase of current poll- "To the Vice President 1 of the rounds Berlin. na, 33 of Moquegua, Peru test ia
ey, foreign i domestic, ac-. United States, Richard M. Nix.- fied through an interpreter-she T O, Oct. 1-(UP)-Radi
eord&lg t hose close to bi m. on, with lasting appreciation of The source said a formal note speaks only Spanish-that Otis Peiping said today the British l'
e has a genuine understanding his outstanding services to the will be dispatched to Moscow Hunt courted her promised to freighter Tefkros Ht cwas oCnes Ger ied ih ereattackedFot iyf d
if the complex workings of the nation and with affectionate re- soon. It will charge that R Ls- marry her, told her he was di. by Nationalist Chinese U.S.-
gvei eat, from White House guards from his good f r I en d, sia failed to live up to its inter- forced and brought her to the made Thunderjets off Swatow
to Stat. Department to P e n t a- Dwight D. Eisenhower." national obligations in granting United States. Friday. LONDON, Oct. 1-(UP)-
seo Ike does not write this kind of the traffic authority to East Then, she said, the balding Hunt The broadcast heard here said Soviet news agency Ths Chc
gTh first Vice President ever tribute unless he ipeans it. Germany. revealed he had a wife in Tulsa four Nationalist Chinese planes today that the Am4
T-- "intruded vsin theH air oursi
to be X member of the top level In concrete terms, Nixon is in and turned her dver to immigra- "Intruded over the air outside ress has "laundhed a
National Security Council, Nixon a strong position politically and The West German govern- tion authorities. Ma Yu Island off Swatow a campaign against Ept"
harbeen sitting in one discussion administratively. ment, which is strongly allied It took an all-male panel only 9:13 a.m. and two of the owing Egyptian prefer O
affecting.the country's most vital Although he is younger than ev- to the West, was reported to 30 minutes to return a verdict made two divin attacks on e Abdel Nsser's decision to
iscrets. He has been in con' ery Cabinet member and a rela- feel that the recent Soviet ac- for Mrs. Santillana. She had asked British ship in thre vicinity. ey armaments from Czecho |
stant touch with military and gov- tive political upstart, most signs tion violated international a- for $5,000. She broke into tears then flew off to the east." / kia.
emnent experts. indicate Nixon has the respect agreements the Kremlin has hen she heard the verdict. The agency reort
If there was any uncertain- and cooperation of his elders. made since World War II. Hunt contended that Mrs. San- The broadcast added that two here said the pNew York t
ty of the part of GOP poNltical On -several occasions, at t h e Mentioned specifically were tillana came to his hotel room, members of the ship's crew were aTi "e
leaders that the Vice Pe dent residents bidding Nixon has the 1945 Potsdam agreement with no encouragement from him, injured and the radio d store Trbune "mpled" that
was not abreast ofaffairs of presided over Cainet and Na- and rotocols signed after the the same night they met. He said room of the ship were nage "will threaten with a su
state, Nixon ended it several tfonal Security Council sessions. RETURNS TO U.S.-Attorney General Herbert Brownell, who 1948-49 Berlin blockade. sdhe purcued him relentlessly and The injured were taken to a of American economic aId
wees ago w h Re publican When Ike went t o Geneva, f o ver ut short a European vacation with Mrs. rownell (left), ar- In 1948-49, the United States UnitedStates. t the The agency aso
so airmen and other party instance, Nixon presided over the rives in Washington to take up legal problems of government supplied West Berlin through Hunt's wife sat quietly in the After the attack/ representa- "threatening tone" of Rm
sessior.nraised by President Eisenhower's enforced absence. the now-famed airlift when the courtroom throughout the trial. tives of the localt-uthorities at York Times editorial des
At a closed door meeting he in- "We who work on the Cabinet Communists cut off road and Mrs. Santillana said she is going Swaton went aboai te ship to Eg~pt's decision to buy
vited searching questions. One of level know that Nixon is sure of rail approaches to the allied to return to Peru as soon as pos- express their sy ppthy, the fro te Soviet bloc as
them concerned the touchy sit- whathe s d oin an that heThe Panama American zone of the city. sible broadcast said. catve and irreponble.
ustion-in the Far East.^ has the trust l1nd confidence of
In roughly two minutes, Nixon his colleagues,"explains ax
delivered a lecture that left the Rab, Secretary to the Cabinet. I
audience flabbergasted, it is now "He is faced with a .tremendous o
revealed. and difficult job, but he has the A man who likes to stick to located in the Panama Amen-
Aeeordingeto one prominent par. preparation for it and this is the his job, celebrated his 30th an- can housing settlement in Par-
ty leader "Dick reeled off names nyersary at The Panama Amer- que Lefevre, which was develop, e r n owhrcen, ae e
countries and facts without thea idends." ican yesterday, oblivious of the ed by publisher Dr. HarmodiQ Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 915, tobal listriet; Chief W. E. Jones, are placed ar d homes and in of Hazard is
asinhtest hesitation. He had corn' Gabinet membres were pardicux occasion. In fact, until he sees Arias. will again be observed on an Isth- of Balboa district; and Lt. P. F. industrial are o at Fort Clayton by the
dieo.hisrGraham, of Balboa, for the Canalhe e so ase flectureCounfireying forces. th i
pWite mastery of the topic." lanly impress oed with Nixon s suc- this in print, he probably never i mu-wide basis this year. Iaa on wlg h e ena- oa ea ope o t e n h ftes th
With knowledge and confidence cess on his tAmrips to the Far East would have remembered that Somnetimes considered by his Plans for the week's activities Zone Government. Filed with e pment demostra- ture pr.cipally s h thing
such as this Nixon now faces theiandLatin Amarerichra.yfiradga y thethas b,,..ne me.s an-ort
SThe ere ilypleased1, 1925 was his first day at subordinates to be a hardbtask- to bring home to every resident Lt. Cmdr. B. W. Rossell for the tions
tht-rope job of helping to run they re p l..e a b twork h here as a proofreader. master, George himself f twen the importance of preventing fires Caribbean Command.h a s nal z one.ools. .
e government while the Presi the report siae soimane n Tall Ta and wiry, George Vincent throughro e the have been made by a Joint Com- F. Larrabee fire chief, USAR The gene public will be invit an i seae wl
den re custom of not shaking hands.h avis, shop foreman has neverhan of a man who ha since mitte representing all fire CARIB,and Wesley M. Kennedyed to atte aseries of demon-- v
Sassign- At one point Nixon found him- nown anny other employer inee a close friend and co- fighting organizations- Corps of Engiter, for the A.stratlons fire
meant could last. for e v e r a I self in the midst of a group of Panama. He began working for worker, ArturoMRodriguez, bet- The program will consist of pa- my. aid equip nt. which will be giv a he a t
continue a year and f a u r pletely threw them off guard by aper was loated on Aveida s o dpe
months until the end of Ike's sticking out his hand and saying ora s a ere t Davis remembers being sus- I demonstration of equipment, a Maj. G. A. TDfone and M. t to the g r public for visits atlit
Already te dVP has shown he "eNixon is extremely aware of 1 a fer -.ocious tenants' stril da n bauo oieda htuse visits to the various fire sta. t. Ernes ArrosemenaA for t eunt e eeanddesideenth beo repene n i
is capable of decisive action by what is taking place." ums up e ou t area ofte day's work. Now he and "Mas- tns. thePa am ir Duet be pr to t earntgoe o thi al bfire fihig e fora
ly ty oconferin with hig Rof "He intw n e ver .ewspcp er' ..plant, ,,d ,young o !ab int ores to runr'theD s ho p .o i Cmdr. ulehiba. eie the opp o nty of learning m ore a Ino nPi i sid para .s y
S, pa. dr r A e the w holed Esen- a wth as entiohs re- h Week pgram this year are: Canal Zone will hold demostra A -special feature open to t .he nama City. After a tour of P
the government of theavta n iperh the Whotiaem During his 30-year stay with Pa e oinnon of r Chief H. Caswell, of the Cris- tons in iequment which p bic all week will be a "House ma City, the parade will p an
r ule ixondwplay cftamhe with hs oier ate dc. t e this paper, he has een so x tiring. He never even m-ent-on .a __- -o through most of the Pacifie
thle N ixn ieent that the woiu the os inH arrey Truon payed editors come and go,-and ivned the subject, as if it didn't exist. .tZone commuirtes n d Ar rn
resde ov rutnepe n s a the eiglsdo whle he was Vice a P lesidentu n- through three stormy revoln- ThEn 30-eyear-man often ex-: ( Forces bases.

The very fact that he istibe min doucre how totally unpre- had inotpe macis w a ll rn e ohar everas c hi i feng ine e
ly to President Eisenhower, who of Presiednt. Proehrd- aving eton w theb kewsaper it "' '- oloT pRad wi l visit Cino


of Administration officials and po- wno didn't mind putting inout
litical colleagues. Nixon has cont inu ally and straight hours of work, starting; Victor Boa and his orchestra IThe Canal Zo wil
Last tal, for instance, Demo- wholeheartedly supported the at 4 p.m., and going until 6 the will furnish the music. A door pubhe izing Fiwe.l
crats blistered Nixon for his cam, President's program and has not next morning. prize of $100 will be given in ad- Week bytdi
crats tactic against the D emo- gone along with Eisenhower crit- Perhaps this is one reason edition to several smaller prizes. residents b all
crats in the Congressional eI e c- ics such 3s Sen. William Know- George had no time for mar-, resiwetsur al
creation. land (R e li. Wriage. He was able to catch up 'irickets may be obtained at the BId r mANiSTl -M-T- e Western Big TI Foreign Minister4 are shown at' New next Th
But Ike publicly called it 'a Besides attending to his consti-;on persol*l happiness however. Coluimbus Club on FP lboa 'load York durn",a break ir their e lks. Left to rn are: Brti For n reta'Haro lay.
treinendoas Job" ain d decl -'W tutional duty of presiding over the a dozen yOars ago andno lives or from members of the Knights MacrMllan, U.S. Secretary of State John Foster DuUe and French Foreign_.)..ns* Antoine I Boy SeW
that no man would have b een Senate, he has been effective as tranquilly with his wife 'and of Columbus. Reservations may Pioay. They were mappi~ng strategy for their m eetin X ithS soviet Foreign Minstet Molotov i tIntern at i
re effective in attempting to (Continued on Page 6, Col. 4) 'children in his own little house, be made at Balboa 2-3466. Geneva this month. ,' "t r o
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CREATURES OF INFAMY, idle apprentices in the
wife-Ubeating business, and soulmates.
The other afternoon I was more than mildly astonish.
ed to find myself assaulting the ambrosia in Rolando's
Hideaway and meditating, as is my warm-hearted wont,
on those less given to frittering away their time away fool.
ishly than myself. I could think of no one who matched
these rigid specifications.
I thought then of how fortunate Juan Peron was to
be out on that tub of a broken-down gunboat in Buenos
Aires harbor, away from the distracting twittering of those
little teenagers of his, and the oppressive atmosphere of
French perfume, and the sound of all that money rustling
together., .
S I thought of thq resemblance between the gunboat
Paraguay and Red's taxi. In both cases, if it weren't for
the rust enough water would get into the thing to sink it.
It long has been my contention that it is not suf-
ficient for me alone to take serious note of the problems
besetting our day and age. Therefore I gave one of my
fellow refugees at Rolando's Hideaway the opportunity for
some quiet thinking. A sergeant, he was.
"That's quite a plaster the shipping companies slapped
on the Panama Canal, is it not?" I said, striking up an
agreeable conversation with this GI and distracting epm
from the monotony of listening, as he was doing; to the
radio.
A soulless creation, the radio. Nothing in to of tohe
warm, idea-breeding of personal conversation. I knew the
sergeant would be glad to turn from whatever it was he
was pretending to listen to. Some noisy monologue.
"Poor Governor Seybold. So many problems, and now
this $27,000,000 suit. I wonder what he's thinking of right
now."
"Mantle," the sergeant said. His gaze remained fixed
on the radio. "He's due. Belt one, Mickey."
"No, no, not Mantle," I corrected him gently. What
fault was it of his that his English was not perfect. "You
'must mean dismantle. The governor thinks of that a lot.
Like La Boca, and Red Tank, and in his dreamier moments,
the Panama Railroad. It's due, as you say."'
"Flied out to short," the sergeant groaned, as a parti-
cularly raucous cacaphony exuded from the radio.
His grammar was sorry stuff, but I knew at once
to whom he was alluding, in our conversation on the CZ's
fretful greats.
"No, no, not flied out, but flew out," I corrected him,
in the friendliest manner. "You are referring, beyond doubt,
to Rear. Adm. Milton Miles' flight to British Honduras, or
Mexico, or Honduras, to organize hurricane emergency
relief- As we don't know the size of this job too early,' I
1 submit, to say whether Adm. Miles flew out too short,
as you put it, or too long."
The sergeant continued to avoid my comrad8ly eye,
affecting to fix attention rigidly on the radio.
"High, ball two," he said.
Thank you very much all the same," I demurred, "but
please don't buy a highball for me. A beer will do just
fine."
He directed a strange look at me, for some reason
failed to follow through- and place the order with the bar-
man. In the silence, I could here it was a news broadcast
on the radio.
"And there goes Snider, back, back, back against
"the wall," the announcer said, with what I considered ex.
excessive fervor for so delicate a* subject.
"I don't consider there's any reason whatsoever to
estate that Snyder's going back," I interpolated quietly,
but with the firmness of my convictions. 'He.been Ike's
doctor for years, and knows what he's doing. Al right,
that part about announcing a stomach upset that'turned
out to be a heart attack, that looked silly ort .the face
of it.
"But the best heart doctors in the land" have said
that Maj. Gen. Howard MoC. Snyder handled the crisis in
a thoroughly able manner, and I reckon they know-,a sight
more bout heart trouble than that fellow whe gives Gen.
Snyder that 'back, back, back against the wall' treat-
meat on the new there that you're listening to."'
"Now it's Yogi," the sergeant said to the barman.
"Seeing we were discussing medicine," I sqid, per-
mitting myself to be -drawn into the conversation, "PI don't
think any of these fads -- yogi, yogourt, .Cou6ism has
any rightful part in the treatment of Mr. Fis*enower. I'm
mighty conservative about that sort of thing, even If I do
say it myself."
The radio blared on. I paid it no heed. Stimulating
conversation's what I prefer...
"Stolen base," the man said, shrill, cryptic.
"You really can't go around saying that sort of
thing," I cautioned him sagely. "At no time in the bases
discussion, between Panama and the United States, was
any base stolen. The matter may have been controversial,
but it was conducted on both sides with a fine regard for
the legal procedure. You are using catch cries of the
street." .
The sergeant uttered another of those strangegroans
of his.
"He went down swinging." He said.
I was surprised, but not nonplussed, by the turn the
conversation had taken.
"Not a misfortune altogether unknown for names in
the news," I appeared to his sense of history "Same thing
happened, you may recall, to Ribbentrop, Streicher and
that crew. Also, Tojo, happily enough."
All told, a rewarding afternoon: Perhaps I did not
shake the sergeant completely loose from mental lethargy
that TV and radio have spread with their suppression of
erudite conversation, but I like to think he enjoyed, for
even so sort a space of time, having someone to talk to so
understandingly and thoughtfully.

PERCY PEERLESS PORTENT this week items from
some current sporting contest of which I have read, in
which an aggregation named the Yankees has accumul.
ated 18 runs against 23 achieved by some men called the
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Picturesque
.KANAB, Utah (UP) T
some rip-roaring cowboy co
* here. in southern Utah.
Those weather-streaked can
the undulating flat -lands d
with green sagebrush and tli
pools set beneath overha
cliffs make good tourist pic
and, Incidentally, good scene.
western movies.
The scenery is so good tha
nab has become a center of
era movie making. Most sum
at least three Hollywood si
txek out; to location at' the
turesque area around Kanab.
Movie-making has become
business for Kanab. A qu;
estimate is that movies locat
the area are responsible for
to $2,000 income in every ]
family.
Last year, when the town
Involved in movie-union diss
ments, np big movies were
here. Tax collectors immed
complained that residents we
able to pay'revenues, showir
monetary influence movies
on the town.
White Parsy, co-owner of
Lodge. is more than partly ri
sible for the movie business.
yeear he travels to Hollywo
east half a dozen times to
Kanab to studios contempt
westtri movies.
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ful bael~greunds to offer.
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For Art Work
LAWTON, Okla. -(UP)- Lon-
aie Poco, 16-year-old part-time
clerk in a grocery, is an aspiring
young artist-and his boss agreed
that it's impossible to keep Lonnie
from using his talents-even with
an ice pick.
Inspired by a block of ice Lon-
nie found a new way to entertain
himself at work.
The result was a realistic like-
ness of a man's head, with all the
professional touches of an honest-
to-goodness bust. His boss was so
impressed that Lonnie chipped out
another.
Drawing and carving ice figure
isn't the lad's only hobby. He has
been a top entry in southwestern
Golden Gloves competition in the
112-pound class for two years. His
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tions, easily accessi- cater to the tourist trade, needed have small effect on Kanab resi-
sites, transportation a hypo. dents; they've seen too many such
es and livestock, and This was when they first con- celebrities.
or. Parry can even eeived the idea of "selling" the ex-
movie equipment for cellent scenery, plus their jaccom- The.movie know-how of Kanab is
e. modations, to big movie com- another important selling point for
panics, the Parry borthers. By now the
wortant, directors, ac- natives know what is expected of
nd others who make The. success of ."operation loca- them, and are familiar with the
ontingent want good tion" has given the townspeople mechanics of' movie making. They
ood food. their main source of income. This, appear in movies, arrange trans-
tourist trade and a little cattle portation and know how to feed
inches for. these peo- raising, make up the money-mak- actors.


ple," Parry says. "They want hot!
and cold food no matter where
they are, and they want good
service.", .
The Parry brothers, Whit and
Gron, have banked on being able
to offer such service, and it has
paid off. Their handsome lodge was
begun in 1930. The depression years
moved in almost immediately, and
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When "Buffalo Bill" was being
Movie companies have made filmed, the Parry brothers fed be-
about 45 westerns in this small tween 900 and 1,000 persons three
town in the past 20 years. meals a day for three weeks -
and at least one meal a day was
Are the natives impressed? Not on location, taken there via chuck
at all. Parry said. Indians from a wagons.
nearby reservation become Indian
actors, while Kanab natives be- Movies located in Kanab this
come frontier tqwnsmen and cav- summer include "The Lone Rang-
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BY ALICIA HART Just because they re both at-
torneys in no reason for people
WASHLNGTON (NEA) -Hus- to think they become involved in
band-wife teams get along f inee verbal hassles, emphasizes Mrs.
wnhen they both work for the gov- Andretta. "Contrary to popular
ernment. belief, lawyers don't argue all the
For instance, one of the Justice time. The fact is that a small KMoles at reversed Ia one New
Department's top attorneys was percentage of trial work is done the proprietor (above), a mere
chatting with his wife recently in the law courts." girls how to dq their laundry
4er a hard day at work. He Because she is better known customers (most of them are t
me;tioued that he wasn't t o o I under her maiden name, M r ioe S d w reader Shakespeare t
pa seowtih a particular ruling Andretta sticks to Pat Collins is4
handed down by the Office of Le- during office hours
gal Counsel. "Having two Andrettas at the B a Y GAILE DUGAS
Most women in this situation department would also cause a
would h a v e sympathetically a- great deal of confusion," s he NEW YORK (NEA Did
reed. But not Mrs. S. A. Andret- adds. N
This problem does not arise ou ever patronize a sed-service
"'We cad the shots as we see for Mrs. Katherine Kilby, an" laundry a led e with yapping b sls
them," she replied with a laugh, other attorney at the Justice De- gorgeous girls and men doing bal
He smiled and the subject was apartment, for she took up a ca- let steps?
dropped. reer long after marriage. And s Wet p
In legal circles this little la- her husband works several blocks No? Well,, one xists. It'snear
dy is better know by her pro-. away at the Commerce Depart-i Nthew ork on the A nuhi
thetw a e Mcd e I nt ne od El on t a
fesslonal and maiden name, Pa-. ment as chief of the materials! owns i t also owns 15 French Po w
trcia Colia s. branch of the Office of Foreign owns it also owns 15 Frenh p
She's a high-ranking attorney; Commerce. ILy customers gand Dudley Klein and
fLr the Justice Department. Her Back in 1946 when Mrs. Kil- ,o a leyt t
Husband, 8. A. Andretta, is ad- bv's children were ages 10, 12 and Joanne Gilbert, a beautiful young singer and helywoeot newly- time to ct w d trips b tg his assisting, a ball ster, are
vsinistrative assistant attorney 15, she decided to go back to law ewed frankly admits she doesn't care for homework. For this her wa st at its anie ul imem. Theagh sheh ulgbt-had u, the men ing st .
general, school. The whole family pitched reason she makes an extra effort to do it quickly and easily as alternates sides when sweeping (eter) sa e
2They comprise one of the most in during the three and a ha llf possible. She also combines some limbering and keep-silm work fre m getting one-side-tired. Ironing (t ht) she Ae6m __0l i -B Kle iin is not an ordinary bus
gecessful husband wife teams years it took her to get a degree with her housekeeping. She makes the bed (left) one side at a She hasps finished gaten nearby tosave steps and m ti1a g sman. e. w teaches hEnglis at
vtow working for the U.S. govern- at George Washington University night. He and his wife haveundr an
inet. They do not work in the here in the capital. partmet above the laundry. t
same division, but both are right-: In the mornings she went to BY JOANNE GILBERT (EDITOR'S NOTE: Joanne Gilbert, in addition to being a I reverse my hand positions from Klein has unusual tastes in oo
hand assistants to Attorney Gen- school with her children and at Written for NEA Service singing star, Is also the recent bride of Danny Arnold, a time to time. I have to watch
iral Herbert Brownell, Jr. Night they all sat around the din- screen writer. Currently between movies, she is homemaking carefully to be sure to change the
ner table and did their homework, Cooking's my favorite hobby. It in a house at the very top of Sunset Plaza in Hollywood. In- top hand to the-bottom, r a-tgh er
Throughout the federal go v- She even worked part time as a really is. So I hope that no one' this article, written exclusively for NEA Service, she tells how than sweep in the opposite direc-
ernment there are other married student librarian, will think 'I'm a useless, frivolous she manages housework.In an untiring way, working in a few tion, which is no help at all.
couples like the Andrettas. Uncle "It would have been impossible gal when I say-I don't care.much keep-slim routines.)e b
Sam looks with favor on such ar- without the help and cooperation for housecleaning. I've only one bed to make but
rangments so long as husbands of my husband. He thought it was To me, the daily cleaning and side while her left half relaxes.!ning the vacun m, for instance. In- I find that the one-side-at-a-time
and wives are not tooo closely as- a fine idea, and, of course, he Igeneral, homemaking chores are So my first trick for distributing cidentally, long smooth s w e e p s technique makes this job go quick-
ocilated on one job. In practically helped me out financially. Actual-' something to be gotten out of the and cutting down on fatigue is while doing this can help keep up- ily. I'vrye found out thit this is the If your schedl clls for late
a'l cases, they are not allowed to ly I had no thought of going to:way as quickly fnd easily as pos- changing hads where it's possi- per arms in shape. method the motion study women to bed, late to get up, don't
work in the same office. work but was just ambitious to sible. When I'm not working on a ble. I alternate hands when run- When using the god old broom, have found most efficient. This neighbors fri ghten you about it
Women who pick up govern- get a degree. I married during mymovie or making personal ppear- way, bottom sheet, top s he e t, possible effect on Bay. an
meant pay checks along with first year of law school and nev- dances, I do all the woI around blanket and spread o one side get babies have grown up qulte hap
their husbands generally fall i h- aer had a chance to finish up.aft. our hoe myself,- astt as big a smoothed and .tacked in before g0yi on.e q scheduleM at
to two brackets. or that." h6ry as I decently can manage. a thether side is de. A god fatherwho the fternoo
Those who go to work after r; Mrs. Kilby's children like to I'm not a novice at homemak- reach and bend from the hps ,risingat .m
they have raised a family. And tease their friends with the ehal- ing. Until two years ago, I lived With today's fashions firmly In the teener's ned. Ten galsb hay a h ad d t e
those who have taken up a career, lenge, "My mother's a lawyer, at home and had to carry my the pencil-slim, ruler-straight de- big hips, almost by dfiniton. too.
then get married but stay w I t h what's yours?" share of the work. So when I apartment, it's important to re- A well pleated skrt is the lov-
ti-ei job. But this mother-lawyer s got.married recently, I brought member that teeners haveothereddigise thatteensturntoby Iro g is a tdiou task at A baby who is drooling heavi
Mrs. Andretta is an example of!prouder of her family than her right along my ideas for less tir- needs than the latest in style, instinct. best. I do it sitting down on a ly while teething deserved to be
the latter. As Pat Collins she legal feats. Her daughter, Anne, ing housework. toTeen-agers want clothes they It should b picked with care stool with a good backrest and kept dry. There are all sorts o
came to the Justice Department has just graduated with high I've also found that some taskcan war five days a week with- The first requirement for hmas. take -time out to stretch and absorbent bibs, including o les
20 years ago. Actually, the first; honors from Sweet Briar College lend themselves easily to stretch- out the aid of pantie girdle. Sure, querading of the hips is that the tense during a long session e with plastic any are
man she met was Mr. Andretta. and has been awarded a Ful- Ing and bending exercises to keep teen-agers own pantie girdles in pleats shouldn't break over the found that doing t in a flow ays- Inensive they 4nbo kept. f
for a. newcomers they fo u n d bright scholarship to study law me in trim for the very critical plenty but when one has to skin fattest art. If they do, the wear. tem-unroned clothes- at 0g ood i enough supply for a twice
themselves standing in the same abroad. Her son is a junior at .,ovie cameras they have devel- in and out of an entire outfit er will look about three times he of the board, space for ha ers o da 'change.
line one day. He introduced him- Harward University and another 'oped out here. Twice a week for gym class, who's pier, pressed clothes at the ot h r-
self. but it didn't go much farther daughter is working in the invest- So much housework is lopsided going to wear clothes that de- If the skirt hangs smoothly e- means less trotting b a c k and
than that until 12 years later when ment business. A right-handed gal gets worn out mand wiggling? Liver the hips and drops ain a forth.
a romance blossomed and they "Now that we're alone and the from ear to ankle on the r i g ht straight line from the w 'dest part, Dogs and ats in hsehold i
were married. kids have grown up, it makes Evidence seen in the clothing it may have a waist that's too big, And when its all done, I do where there are lots of babies
"I just knew him as Mr. An- things much more pleasant to 1 1 I manufacturing district of New It's still the one to buy. l move something I really enjoy: cooking and toddlers get used to the
dretta for years." she explains, have a job. My husband enjoys : York indicates that there are still the waistband, take the necessary dinner for Danny and me. That mauling they get and learn how
Now did they finally wind up it, for we have a great deal in UVS bb plenty of pleated all around small darts between pleats oease puts me in-a ood hum6r for the to avoid it when ghe going
husband and wife? commeng to talk about, and we s skirts being made in plaids and the fabric, then put the waistband evening. For hose who hate to rough But pets in q h dls s
"I guess it was just one of ride to and from work together. l plain wools. This is evidence back on. Allow th waistband ex- cook, well, I guess they can re- households won't be so friendly;
those tbaings. Before yourealse "For the first month or two It ;J that someone still is rememberingI cess to lie under the placket. lax over a big batch of laundry, so keep baby away from them.-
What happens. you're in it." war. a little difficult to make the
Mrs. Andretta comes from adjustment.
Atlanta. Gao, and is a real iouth- "I had to get up at six in the
ern belle with dark hair and a morning to prepare three lunches 90 W RT 'te3C al l O
lowing a career does not hinder "Now I w n't w what tu W//
marriage do with my I yed hen, BY KAY S RWOOD
"The two of us get along fine admits Mrs. "or any wom-rn TO SELL
and our jobs don't interfere at-an who has ralsd a family and- a When the committee in char- .
all. Many times we talk prob- has the coopert*m of .her bus- When the committee in char-
lems over together because our and. I recomnieP'akin up a ca. .. ge of committees taps you to.goo
legal fields are much the same. reer. I find it more satisfying than play hostAut u the club, will '*4
But we certainly don t talk shop I volunteer work.,and the added t- 1 !you ac.ct!youfullye Or will you __A.____
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BY MRS. MURIEL. LAWRENCE it begins to make them fidget By,
adolescence, it can provoke the
In Charles Dickens "David :ame rebellion that references to
SCopperfield.' there's a rather Mr. Jorkins provoked in young
weaselish minor character named David Copperfield
Mr. Spenlow. It s a form of pullingg rank"
He was David's boss The wease- on the )oung. It removes us from
3 lish thing about him was his a- person-to-person contact with the:
voidance of the pronoun "I If child. leaving in our place our'
you asked him for a salary raise, commissioned rank as their comn-
he ntver said, "No. I don't want manders I got away with it twice.
'g to give it to you." lest your recent- Then I was told by m\ irritated
ful reactions make him feel un. offspring, "Why do you have to
comfortable. remind me that you're my moth-
er if )ou want me to come home
So he'd perfected a device for in an hc.ur? Why don t you just'
avoiding them He'd tell you that say what you want for goodness'
his partner-a certain i-accessp- sake"'
ble Mr. Jorkins-didn't want to Overprotective parents are espe-
give you your salary raibe By cially prone to this habit of fall.
hidingbeldnd the authority to be ing back ',n parental lahbls. like
main inning his reputation with Mr. Spenlow. they want to be lov-
you as a kindly, generous man ed. So they avoid the 'I" that i.
He didn't. dentifies them with opposition to
There's a certain mild resem- Jimm.* s wish to delay bedtime
balance to Mr. Spenlow in parents As though they were off in Hono-
Wbo speak of themselves in the lulu.t hey say, "Mother wants you
Third Person. I mean by this, the to go to bed now, dear. As
mother who gets obedience by Vr. Spenlow used the authority of
saying, "Mother wants you to tidy Mr. Jorkins to do his dirty work
Your room now"- the father who for him. so these parents w ho
says, "Father thinks you better fear children resentment make
stay home tonight." their parental titles do the dirty
SAs Mr. Spenlow hid behod thbe work for them.
luaccesimble authorty of Mr. Jot So If your child protests t b I s
kins. these parents hide sb id tb Third Person busineo rejoice. HeJ.
not-to-be-questioned authority of is a self-respectlag child who o
*their parental labels, hopkg to wants relationship with you not,
got what they want with a mini- with t h* brass you wear as his
Sum of protest and resistance, social authority He wants you "T"'
... Small children don't mind it for his "Yot.'-the ba'ic polarit) 'i
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In addition to the laundry and
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poodles. (This is- in addition- to
care and feeding of his own 15.)
Surrounded by. ringing phones,
yapping dogs and dancers. Klein
has become an expert one turn-
ing o6t a dai ling wash. A lady
representative -from a natIbnal
washing machine manufacturer
had just stepped inside to listes
to him and Klein poured coffee,
spread 'more cheese on 4nor*
bread and said: .
"We do 4500 p Iunds -f wash
a week. That's -I50 people and
60 per cent of them are beaufitul
girls. Really gorgeous. But they
don't know a thing about lauWm
dry!"


But- Klein is not. bashful. IH
i tplls them.
e "I say, 'Only two sheets to tht
s, lead. If you overload the machine,
,Iyou'll sleep on gray sheets to"
"'night. Clothes have to'nmove a,
round in order to get clean.'.Thenb
the minute my back is turned, th.
little darlings dump a whole' ouse-
ful of sheets into one gachine.
. "And suds! Hop theynWve suds,
They don't know that thW' can us*
- suds' as a gagqe, when'they use
a full action Itising detrgeat in
an automatic washer. .
S."When the suds Irak down,
.'it means the eleaninolnWer is
r gone. .-...
"Too many sad Im-A-. too
mueh detergelnt a it trt
means you're wasting M ey.
"They never he0td of ortig.
So I teU them. Separate the White
from the colored clothes. Wash
Really dirty thiMa sep atly. And
don't put blaci with
the sheets. -' .7: 7 .,
"Do I make an trai nr
Well, see this paik sh M't
wearing? It used to be white. La-'
dy put it in with a red towel and
then blamed me for it. So I took
the pink shirt and bought her hus-
band a white one. I just can't ar-
gue with pretty girls."


tife WIloin ais W1ho

5i'o- ir el- 2'vs


aemipleasible, excusee-PO
For those of us who are sone-- a
thing lesa than se asoned in the -
art of entertaining a large group ---
!of clubwomen, the prospect is -
akin to shooting the rapids in -w The plight of the small mature
a leaky rowboat. We wonder ',, a ..ii ea ns woman is something that reeves
ahowey rw iethrue t. ior less attention than do the diffs-
l live through it. I Iculties of tih large woman.
What we need is the anchor of There are far fewer mature
sound advice and planning while c somen with small bony strue
we're acquiring the experience tares who reain slight through
that produces confidence. And are out thoir lives thansthereoaur
one person I talked to who is women who grow heavier y ea r
loaded with practical advice is by year
RussellWright. He' not only k Yet these women, however fw,
famous industrial lesgner he's i Tdo hav real problems when it
the author of a fact-filled re- comes to looking attractive. The
gently revised "Ouide To Eas- diminutive or petite sizes are aim.
ier Living." G d at women fie-feet-fiv or less.
If the meeting will be lunch Sine, the "tall" sizes start at five-
followed by business and the feet-seven. it looks as if the manu-
group will munber 20-25. the I facturers feel the "average" worn-
groupbwllemIo eed20-25.the uetan is five-feet-five or five-et-six.
comfortable, swiftly, and with a ath of the hstes who entertains her ehlb Is Smesethe wih labhr-saving aseess es ad tseh- This leaves th woman who's iv
minimum of confusion. The aniqes. From the time she's appointed, lft through the buffet er box-ltsch rtresdhmmt ntOd. feet tall or less feeling mighty ti-
president presides at the busi the eleamup roue (wl.ich is hastened by use of paper tableware) and the ullaute menasUotlt- ny
ness meeting. (I'm assuming self, plasulna rs o off I- Sh considers herself small if
we'll polish up the house a day she weighs 110 pounds at the
In advance of the gathering a pot roast, all of which can be functions. Borrowing f rom sent Divide up the tasks among height of five feet or less. When
Line up four or five of your 'cooked in advance. 'friends should be the last resort, your volunteers to keep the rest one talks to a woman who weighs
best member-friends to help Unless you have really huge'Wright thinks. Chipping o r,of the guests out or your kitch : aboat 95 pounds but ,s perfectly
Decide first on the menu and casseroles, the hot meal In a breaking can be more serious en .proportioned not skinny, one ca
the method of serving. Wright! casserole is apt to be the most: and borrowing ftom several .. .. see that there are real problems
points out that the easiest menu Idifficult. Wright points out. I sources is apt to yield a com- Cleaning up sould be done of fadin suitable clothes.
is of the picnic type, with one You'll need mo re oven dishes-- plicated hodge-podge. quickly. Cardboard artons If these women aren't home
box lunch. complete except for at. least food,t he harder to eat Use your ingenuity to make (yours for the asking from the needle workers or haven't been
beverage, per guest. This re- ad the more equipment your, do with what you have. A rub- grocery store are most useful. 'lucky enough to rear a daughter
quires few utensils ot plates so guests will need. Fiber drainboard -an hold bread, Wright says that a siw one-by ; with a real knack at adap
there's little cleanup work after-' Table settings will depend up-' sliced and stacked in rows. A two feet and about eight inches patterns, they wear theml-lves
tard.Nelt easiest. he thinks. Is'on the menu. Paper plates ,wooden pastry board cand ou- deep is particularly good for out trying to find the simplest
the cold buffet. A whole ham (Igood, sturdy ones, please) and ble as a platter. Boxes or bas- carrying paper plates, apkins house dresm.
and whole turkey. buttered paper cloth are the easiest and kets decorated with upper or ad such.If you've used non. These women do cli to onao
bread to make adWichig and also apt to be the .most in en- foil can hold fairly r foods disposable plates and atenuhla, nothe ortenatdly. I a l M tof
relishes aid ea lg is a1 sjve. Many cities have =ntal such as fruit, cooks, .rolls. hsvo aeac helper collect one clothes that fits comes into a local
you'llneed-to plan for. The only services from which for a .od-I When you've figured out what kind of thing to mak stacking store, they spread the word.
silverware needed will be se rv crate charge, you can rent.luse I When you've figured out what in the kitchen easier. Have plan.- Though they're a minority, these
ers and paper plates. Just as service from glasses to plates& you're going to serve and how ty of refuse containers avaa. women may oday get att
ood as and leenve to Or you may be able to borrow you'll serve t. write down;ble. Clear kitchen counters ofition from some wise manufactur-
serve as the main dish are from a church or local orpni-'down everything that will have everything not needed for the er who will tend to their smaUes
,tongue, corned beef or spiced nationn that goes in for social to be done while guests are pre- I party to speed stacking. need.


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SUNDAY. OCTOBER 2.1955


Scout News

* One of the highlights of the stir-
ring. Fourth of July cel bration of
the 1956 Senior Girl Scot Round-
up will be an inspirational piece
on th b subet .'-W44 AbierDi.
Means To ," itte,'- lted
and ie fti*,i b 'x. gIrl. ..
Singly op iv 9 u" alouts
a t kpee in.erb
or ftSo to 1.000 wols in
len Laking time for the
piece h d rd oe 5-10 minutes.
L Kvl Girl Scout headquarters
has announced the postponement
of the deadline for sbwaission of
entries to Girl .Scout jtsdquarterk
till'Qct. 4, a .pn. Ti should
alalo the~i "'b gir ,nd .ext
weekend to pjlish their litersl
Iv -~asterpiecesr l Grfr cout
of l~4years and p.ter .are eligible
to participate /d the nationwide
contest. ,-
Fatuti~pte the-.be iior Girl
Scout who eC .yed the talk given'
h Al Jea-Bailey T 'ahed writ-
er, i August. Ber e*a.yples of
subl-'t choice, method of comno
st.o-0 and ..sarch for inspiration
sI4rted Pfairt whirling and' pen-
cils beidg sharpened. She asgra-
ciotly..off-.red to con~suLt "q 4.
n.\ Senir Girl cout int rr .
'S B S l: *"
ST. LOUS; -iUP -- ,Mr. and
31rs.-cajt L'WWoods; who 'ehhb-'
tered kS bl, Service Co bus to'
get WirrOl ix st years a-go, 'hav.
reached Ahe nd of the lin. Mrs '
Woods Tiled uit for divorce fol-
lo,%mng a hrief detour-their sep-.
aratipn thiss summer.





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On Inveime
WASHINGTON( D
In response to the poa
for information on t
foreign investment in
I merican counties tl
[can Union has ,ssu
investments iA 'Latir
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Meeting of the Inter
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inent awarded by 'taj. Genetial Lione) C. McCarr. Command- Research S car
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ment of meritoriods service by Schless during the period of Pan America Urioni
Nov. 1,' 1954 through Kune 30. 195,b. when he was the director 6 D.C. Price .75.
of training at thc JtAgle Warfare Tralhing Cehter'at Fort
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fantry Regimeatal Adju nrt. SchLess. ,pud Maj.J Leand L.
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SAFETY RECORD MAR. .
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A world safety record for the rub-
ber industry of 10,250,000 man-,
hours without a disabling injury at
the U.S. Rubber Co. plant herei
ended when a worker snipped off
a finger tip in a grinding machine.
Among the great libraries of the
world, tht. British Museum stands
in the first rank with more thin
5,000,000 yr i n te d volumes and
manuscripts.
!


AtYI N
A. NEW, MODERN,,
YOUTHFUL DESIGN
IN
STERLING SILVER
Love and roses
belong to the
v young in heart
and here in
this fresh,
new ALVIN
creation we
find one of
today's most
fashionable
patterns that
expresses the-
lovely senti-
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See and roses in
it beautiful
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BEAUTIFUL GIRLS and BOLD ADVENTURE MAKE

"SON OF SINBAD"
Popular film, release nextThursday at the
'CENTRAL" Theatre.


When local trzater"toeis see the bold aiventu:es of tne
son of the ia.uo,- Bagi:ict badmin in Howard Hughes' pre-
\~sentation of ". ON OF SINBAD" at Thle CENTRAL Theatre.
'-Itanting nexL imursday. they'll also. ee 'hat has been term-
qd Hollywoou trize code.:tion oft .sereren beauties.
To assure t[i'n. Pronr ier-Robert, Sparks Interviewed 653
gt to select IU7 or this RKO Radio Superscope-Technieol-
or todultion. Among rhem were three Miss Unlverse coZ-
tend rs, Mi& New York. Miss Dettolt. Miss Michigan, Mss
Bevery HilL, Mi-zs Foreign Car Association. Miss GDlfTees.
Miss Australia. one of Conover's top models, Miss Callfr-
nia. arit eight n autte.- from a many sections of-America
selected hrothl' a contest In Mode%. Sb I Malt,-
Coststrca'in 'SON OF SINBAI'.' j-. Dale .
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(Istamians with family
Members or friends in th.tt
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ew 134, Panama, I. P. SW-
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Photographs are used, but
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CARL ALBERT JOHNSON, a
young Isthmian who receives
his mail in Ancon, is taking
his Air Force basic training at
Lackland Air Force Base on
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Employee Helps

Employer Fire

A Hole-In-One
DULUTH, Minn.--(NEA)--Cliff
Booth should never have to v.i ..
about his job.
Playing the Enger Park course,
the Duluth golfer scored a hole ini
one on the par 3 132-yard third!
hole with an 8 iron.
When Jerry- Branscombe, his'
boss, and Booth came to the same
hole the next day, Cliff made
rninorwadjuistment in his employ-
iers g'riprand the head man holed a
7 hiron shot for an aceM

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beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile
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COL. ROBERT E. COFFEY, hlew 33d Infantry Rn metit Com-
mander, addresses assembled "Lifeliners" during change of
command ceremonies at Fort Koble.
(U.S. Army photo)

RELEASE. ,

TODAY at. the "LUX" Theatre
THE IMPASSIONED MOTION INCTURE STORY
OF: AN IMPATIENT LOVE...

'-"FOX F 1R E"


--I -
"FOXFlRE". In Trhnilcoloi continued today at the
LUX: 1 06, 2.,ix. 4:52. 6:46, 8:55 p m ... starring the screen's
most combUst.;lA.: lovers Jane Russell and Jeff Chandler
...lost in each ot:er's jrms .. aroused by restless longings
.. aflame WIL., fury defying society's walls that should keep
them worlds ap:irt .ney're reckless in their ecstacy...
as their great love draAs them irresistibly together.. See
Jane Russell, Jeif Chandler, Dan Duryea In "FOXFIRE"
with Mar ercay. Barton McLane. Frieda Inescourt. Advt.-


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FOR SALE FOR SALE
Automobiles Household I
FOR SALE: 1948 Blue Ford FOl SALE:-Ten-pi bamboo
Coupe, excellent condition, good living mom st, mae any din-
tires, new battery. Phone 5-463. ing rom table al ix chair
Can be seen at House 253-8, (Cowes), two Ch' cheftts &
Gatun, C.Z. chow bench. dishes, aI Doul-
t oan service o r 12,. iuan reg
FOR SALE:-1955 Ford 6 Sedan 9x12. 518-0 Crumn Heights.
Fordomatic. radio. $800 less -
than cost. 3-3233 Margarita. FOR SALE:- Electrirefrigera-
-- tars. 8-cu. ft., 25-cyle. Inver-
FOR SALE:-1950 Lincoln Tu- vene Generes, S.A& Ave. Jo-
dor, radio, heater, excellent cos- Fc. de a Ossa NeM 38.
edition. Original owner. Call 84- --
4183. FOR SALE--At verytlow price:
refrigerator, I stov, I large
FOR SALE kdroom set, 1 hba bedroom
set I small dining room set,
Boats & Motors i"'vn.". be. set. All
this i_ perfect codIon. Ad-
FOR SALE:- Home-made ply- Mar 48thFStreet 11, Apt.
wood boat, II ft. long for small -ariaEugenio
outboard motor, $30. Phone BalF-
boa 1461. FOR SALE:-Radie-plnograph.
-----V--.M. hanger, Motoela radio,
pre amp. and amplifier, 12-inch
Nixon, Working P r. ahoan cabinet. Ra-
Nix Working VP do later Americana, Automo-.
(Continued from Page 1) bile Row # 49. Phone 3-0879.
a behind-the scenes trouble shoot- F 0 R S A L E: Wetinghouse
er in Congress.. roaster oven, broiler; Quarter-
Few here in Washington will master furniture; sofa, Phone
deny that Nixon has a talent for 87-2184.
handling the tape cutting, ohfical AL -O
. cjic ns routine F "a.d.';h is FOR SALE: One st I single
bs mng wje .-aS have fken bed *4B two folding teel beds
m ai of these abores off the $4 each; one bambqo chair,
schedules of Ikesand Mamie. lounging $17.50; one bamboo
And even if the President makes . chair, small $7.50; n e set
8 fast recovery, they will. in all 'Bookhouse" children's books,
events, fill out the first family's 14 volumes $12.50; one 25-
social responsibilities. y- motor 1/8-hp. $3.50.
Phone Balboa 1461.
As a team; both of team iior1i
well togheter. Both here and i a-
broad they. have proved their abi-
lity to generate good will.
Further, both are in good health \
which will become doubly impor-i
tant now that their duties h a ve e
increased. ID
Nixon has always been capable-
of tackling a huge work load
without showing signs of -exhaus- Tl
ti I OUR SECOND B1
On a-number of occasions he has
been seen leaving his Capitol of- |
lice near midnight. 1
But he always breezes down to .
work the next morning on the dot
of nine. _







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First of a series written for
NEA Service
By BUD WILKINSON
Oklahoma Cotch


FOR SALE FOR SALE
Miseellaneous Real Estate
AT VERY LOW PRICES: Brand WE BUY, Sell and Manage Real
new American bitf known Fir.t Estate. "The Imperial Eagle,"
line tires; 800 and 820xI5 and Cathedral Ploso. Panama. Tele-
other sizes, only for a few days. phone 2-0857.
DIRT CHEAP PRICES! RECON-
STRUCTORA NAtIONAL, Av.
Peru 7. Phone 2-040S.
A7 o5FOR RENT"
FOR SALE:-Black Cocker Span-
iel pups. AKC re;i;tered. Two louse8
females $30. R. Hsch, 6211-A
Los Rite..Canal Za.e, 2-1456. FOR RENT:- Furnished, small
S- cottage (or e bedrooto apart-
FOR SALE:-Crosley radio-pho- meant garage. No. 168 Via Be-
no, with 3-speed automatic rec- lisarin Porras.
ord changer, recently overhauled
and refinished, $125. HALMAN.
S.A.. Viasspaj N.1. ., heaO RENT
3-0383. FO RENT
FOR SALE:- RCA radio, table Rooms
model, 12 tubea, completely - .
overhauled and refinished. Lfke FOR RENT4FriLhed 2-bad-
new. $75. HALMAi. S.A.. Via room chaletianer Hotel El Pan-
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FOR SALE: Almost co e. LESSON
Latin' Aierican. couqnies, nit- NS.
ed States. Pamaft'. Canal Zone F
stamp cofllction-from 1930 all DRAWiNG AND PAINTING
MINT series." Phone Panama 3- CLAS ES ftr adults and children,
1935 from 1 tb 3'p.m. by sierMuntaiola and Ciro
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Bad Wilkinson
It was in my quarterbacking
days at Minnesota, and"orthrop
Aleorial Stadium at Minneapolis
was jammed for our game with
Nebraska on a crisp October aft-
erne" iwn-1936.
Thp-Cornbuskers were t o u gh.
but so were we.and both teams
struggled through a scoreless aft
ernoon until late in thefourth
quarter.
We drove down to tIre Ne-
braska three-yard line with just
three minutes remaining. I called
a couple of plays into the line.
neither of which was successful.
On the next down I called a
pass, which we had used to defeat;
!Washington in almost the samei
situation the previous week. This'
time, however, the pass was m-1
trt-epted in the end zone.
Obviously. thie play I should'
ha'e called was a field goal, with
:so little time remaining.
Fortunately, we held after Ne-I
jbraska put the ball in play on the
20-yard line- The Huskers punt-
ed on the fourth down.
I fielded the ball on our 30 with
one minute to Play and luckily
was able to lateral it to Andy
Uram, who made a great run of
70 yard for the AtlIchdow that
won.
In tbe ensuing bedlam, my bad
play was overlooked.


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IN HOLLY WOO D...
By ERSKINE JOHNSON ConturyFox in which Shetee is Sister Eileen," are costarfed againi| mask; A gag for phltug.. ars. Just established by' the PopAm
NEA Staff Correspondent playing a -role I.-tended for thei in Columbia a musical remake of | MN iaiBire Script:. 4u -v arian I iieve butter
suspended Marilyn Monroe. The "Mr. Deeds Goes tD Town." about TV since starting rehearsals .up to. It's for the best display Ill'
SOLLYWOOD -(NEAs Exclu- way things are going Sheree may Preview Fl as I: Paramount's for the show: 1 t u r.ija' s stuff by' a
sively Yours: Dolls who wore uni- even wind Up starring in "The "'The Desperate Hours" is THfJ1 "To d6 television you need the theater owner.- A time bomb epa,
forms during World Wur II and Brothers Karamazov." suspense movie of the year. Fred- strength of an ox and a sense of !,ia .-- in t.'s award would be jt|
those still wearing e'm-Attensh Jerr yLewis bruised his spine ric March, Humphrey Bogart and humor." dandy with me . Jack Palaw |
IA movie queen agrees with you and medics are giving him daily Director William Wyler cover you -twaded for green pastures. Sis
that a woman has trouble looking s hots in hopes of avoid ing surgery with goose pimples and then popi .A now it-can-be-told short short 2 per cent of the gross Of "Thb
sexy in uniform. ..EvaGaborand TyPower are EM--one at a time. story about Gary Couper's 1952! .e is exoeyted to bA ;
Sheree North is battened down timing it so that they'll be back in The Witnet: After a fight scene movie hit, "High NuO. There $4,000 cut . Ted Lewis' neh. *.
in trim GI khaki these days as New York together when he corn-' with the undersea monster in "The were only two. women in the cast e"'. TeU Jordan (hubby of LiliA-b
(Tom Ewell's costar in a comedy pletes "The Eddy Ductin Story.' Creature Walks Ambng Us," Jeff and it was dpcided that Katy Jura- Cyr), i0 a contender for-the Sikvw-
"The Lieutenant Wore Skirts" and She extended her Hollywood stay Morrow wailed.it: "Why nt I be do was the one-headed for star- lining man in "The Ted Lewis 3-
if it weren't foi a couple of negli- and the guessing is that it's all in a picture titled 'Marh n Mon- dom. Publicity drum beaters went Story" . Olive Carey asked for,,
"Well," says Sheree, "there because of, him. . Greta Garbo roe Walks Among Us'?" to work on Katy, ignoring the other'a double for a horse-jumplbg
should be a law against uniforms has been living it upoffCannes actress and hp stand-ln. $cene in "Pillars of the Sky," on
for girls. You s at on five pairs of has been living it up off Cannes This is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones: Tb;.bI ueff (loll: Gthee Eel-, locatl-n in LaGrsnde, Ore. An ex'*.
bust pads and You've still got aoth aboard the yacht of Greek shipping David, Wayne. here for Judy Gar- 'ly. Her 'tl-is: Derotby Tower, pert horsewoman, the local mor.
lag. It's terrible for a girl to look millionaire Aristotle Onassis . land's TV debut, studvonL' hi-i'nw Mw. ack Webb. I '"' i". was hired for the.;
down and see her SHOES!" Don't be surprised if Jack Lemnm script beside the Beverly Hilton job. Said Olive:
The movie is another at 20th and Betty Garrett, a click in "My Hotel pool from behind a srnog Popcorn Man of the Year Awaid,
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Froin-'nearly every one of the musically, the artists of this oper- Harrow, The Pirate, Till The
48 States, from New England to atic ensemble form a group which Clouds Roll By, and in musicals
California, come the artist per- has been welded together by ex- like Anni.. Get Your Gun and
former of the great American perience shared -during years of Show-Boat.
fold-opera "Porgy & Bess," the travel throughout the United ,The company is performing
long looked-for and eagerly a- States, Canada, the continent and under the auspices of the Amer-
waited presentation which arrives England, the Mediterranean, and iean National Theatre & Acade-
at the National Theatre Thursday now South America. my (ANTA) and its South A-
under the sponsorship of Wester- Every one of the artists in the merican trip is sponsored by
man Concerts. almost 80-man company h as Lumbroso Spectacles which o-
There_ will.be two evening per- attended a college, university or operates out of Paris, France. Its
Therewilbe two evenin per- i d a conservatory of music, and in Isthmian presentation is being
formanees, Thurs, and Frida y, most cases, all three. A recent handled by the Westerman Con-
one matinee will be held Friday. count revealed more degrees cert agency which has deciated
In casting "Porgy and B ess han individuals in the company, the iocal premiere to President
producers Bleen ms Davis and sobl- iEveryone in the company has Ricardo M. Arias and his wife.
wirt Breen wearing togetherthned solestalready made his mark in some The company bringing "Porgy
with gathering together the most availablephase of t he entertainment i& Bess" to Panama for four per-
talented people available. world-stage, radio, TV films, formances in three days is unique
In 1952 they held auditions for nightclubs, concerts, phon o- in the annals of American Theatre.
In 1950days2 theiny helNw York nd gaph rcrods and so on. Many It has become common place for
throughout the United States for are winners of a cards and the company to board a plane, bag
throughout the United States scholarships. and baggage, and fly across the
over 1,500 people, until the pres- There are two winners of the ocean, or in any other direction P
ent company took shape a- Marian Anderson Award; winners the next engagement ma y be.
Even then it is said that te a-of the Donaldson Award for act- Trains, taxis, hotels, are a part
ing; the Clarence Derwent Award, of every day life, and the people
The John Hay Whitney A w a r d, have acquired the ability to feel
and the Walter Naumburg Award at home no matter qhere they
...... for work in concerts. In the com- Imay be.
-pan are students krom the Amer- 'These artists have learned at
lean-famed Julliard School of Mu- first hand the essential truth that
sic. Others got their start in some people every where a rereally the
of the many professional choirs same, friendly a n d hospitable.
and singing groups which tour the They consider their tours as mis-
US giving concerts and making ree- sions of good will.
ords such as the Jubilee Choir of ..This view. _trolv upportpd
Fish University and the Hall John b rrnmoe Sttewhh
sontChoir.vcDeaate which
.-son \ has, on more than one occasion,
Nay everyone has achieved tribute the company's artftats for
S reno n as a concert artist. The contributing abroad to good will
\' pnoayr who sharne the forti e ah for their country and to the admir-
r bi roles have wide and varied re0 its culture v-
. backgrounds. Miss Martha Flow--e _____" .-
ers was en route to stardon on the
JH1 \ concert stage and Miss Ethel Ay-
ers was en route to stardomon then ILaw iuras
Sas engaged for the "Porgy andn Lawn
I Bess" ensemble.
Of the Porgys, Le Vern Hutch
'- person from Paris, Tennessee, has row rafss
Sung in concerts, vaudeville night- (UP)
"R clubs as well as in many musicals.- EVANSTON, rI. (UP) -
His first major role was the part Neighbors- wondered how Mark
Sof Corporal Joe (Don Jose) in Car- Maxwell kept his lawn sow green
men Jone.,. He has also played In when theirs turned brown during
Show Boat and Finian's Rainbow: the hot, dry summer months. Now
Leslie Scott, a New Yroker, made they know. He dyes it.
I bands including Xavier C u gat' Maxwell, nn advertising man
and L.oui Artnstrong's. J r v i n g: who dabbles in chemistry, decided
Barnes. from Canton, Ohio, in ad,- to take drastic steps about his
edition to being a concert artist has i lawn in July after a batch of crab
played in both Carmen Jones and grass poison he brewed eliminated
Carmen. r weeds but turned the grass brown
,. Joseph Attles (Sporting Life).and yellow. : .. .
was borr in Porgy's own city of; "It looked pretty' bad," savs
t JCarleston, South C a rolin a. He, Maxwell So h1- decided to' fix It'.
SstaJrted on a concert career before A week later neighbors looked'at
turning to the dramatic stage, andi Maxwell'j lawn and did a double, I
has acted in widely differentitake. The larg# brown patches
works. John -McCurray, (Crown) a~were now a lumh green.
ClavelAnder studied at the Cleve-, .
land 0isttute of Music for many After much coaxing. Maxwell fi-
years, wm-ring at the same time nally let out his secret. He- said
with the Karamu Theatre. In Car-1 he didn't want to at first because
meat Jones he was Husky Millr., folks might think he was crazy.
iHe. too, has had experience in| He said he tried several xpri-
Sconcert., radio, television an d ments and finally came up with b
night cub work. He once played grass dye that will no hbart vegq-
in such diverse works as J o h station. He put it Oe with a hand
handant talent available madq it Steipbeck's Of Mice And M en,. sprayer,
difficult to choose just one person and Shaw's Androeles and the One neighbor borrowed some to
for each of the demanding major !Lion. brighten up his lawnbefore a party
roies. A.c...iirngl the company Paul Harris. a Californian from and later business inquiries came
has two Besses. three P or gy s, ,th- Hollywiod area, started in in. Maxwell sai be may go into
thr-ee :pniting Life's and twa theatre at the Pasadena Commu- commercial prodnetian
'wn. ;:sBty Playihruse He has been in "Who knows, there may be a
Rghly educated, general and Ir'any films such as the Foxes of market for dyed grass," he said, _


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BRITISH AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HENDERSON
E? ERTAIN WITH DINNER PARTY AT HOME
The British Ambassador and Mrs. Ian L. Henderson are
g Ve a dinner party last night at the Embassy Residence.
The guestsimtcluded Their ExcellencieC the Spanish Am-
b dor and the'Vantess de Rtibago, Their Excellencies the
Naraguan Ambassador and Madame Aguilar Cortes, the
yor of Colon and Madame Bazan, the Colombian Consul-
neral and Madame Leyva. the Rector of the University of
P nama and Madame de Ia4 4juardia, Mr. and Mrs. Leigh
C er and Mr. and Mrs. G. W.-Woodrow.
L os, Bob Boyd Netherlands before and Italy
Att ding Travel after the convention. They are
Co ab In Geneva also visiting Paris and London,
A least three Isthmians are returning home about Nov. 15.
alr4 dy in Europe and planning' Robert James-Boyd. president
to attend the week-long series of of Boyd Brothers, Inc., "Pana -
assemblies, seminars and busi- ma Tours," Panama; is touring
ness meetings of the 25th An- Portugal, Austria, Switzerland;
nual Convention and World before rtbe convention--eturns
Travel Congress of the American home about Oct. 10.
Society of Travel Agents.
Among other activities, they
r. and Mrs. Thomas A. Lin- will spread the word on Pana-
do )f Fidanque Travel Service, ma's tourist attractions aiong
Pa City, are touring in the the 1,800 delegates expected.
Ia~ta -iy ar torn in the"


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ctiw,,. should .ubmiUed W Aypt-
9riltew form sad mailed to oM f'
the bus umbers listed dally 1* s"o-
rac and Wtherwim-," or de41veed
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The Lake Geneva region of -
Switzerland, which earlier this Mr. rHeurtematte'
year served as site for the sum- Will Be Speaker
mit meeting of the Big Four and For History Group
which in October will play host The Isthmian Hsitorical Society
to their foreign ministers, has will hold its next meeting on Tues-
also been selected as the locale day evening, at 7:30 in the ballroom
for the pow-wow on tourism, of the Tivoli Guest oese.
Among the many social events The speaker for the evening
scheduled will be a sightseeing will be Mr. Julio Heurtematte.
excursion, followed by an official The meeting is open to the pub
reception, at the palace of the lic.
Nations in Geneva. -
According to ASTA president
Thomas J. Donovan of Chicago, Atlantic Camera Club
over 75 such pre and post-con- Has Rieb Program
vention tours have been design- The Color Division of the Atl$-
ed to provide first-hand infor- tic Camera Club will meet at ?7t30
nation for the travel advisors to p.m. at the Clubrooms, Mt. Hope
the public whose spending on Slide clinic will begin promptly
travel at home and abroad has at 7:30 p.m. due to an unusually
reached a multi-billion dollar full program.
figure.
Experts on special aspects of There are three slide sets from
travel. will be heard at various the State of f o I I o w s "Utah
meetings throughout the week Land of Color" from Salt L a k e
in a program which will be con- Photochrome Club, Salt Lake Ci-
cluded Oct. 15 with addresses by ty; another from Venango Came
Charles E. Beard, president, ra Club, Oil City, Penn., and one
Braniff International Airways, from the Norfolk 'Camera Club.
aid( Siegfried Bittel, director, Wisner, Nebraska.
Swiks National Tourist Office. ---
ASTA, wkich convened in San
Francisco last year and in Rome Sewing Group To Meet
in 1953, traditionally alternates Tomorrow
its conventions betwd~n the U.S. The Monda4 Morning Sewing
and. foreign cities. The.,1956 Grjup of the "Church of Our Sa-
Smeting will be held in Ch ko rhvior" and 1"St. Margaret's
and In 1957 ASTA will meet in Church" will resume their weekly
Madrid. sewing session tomorrow at the
homnfe of Mrs. R. T. Thomas,
SHouse 261-A on Sibert St. Gatun,
Grahams Announce at 9:00 a.m. Each person h as
Birth of Girl be sked to bring a sandwich
Mr. and Mrs. AlfKed J. Ora- beentiasked to bring a sandwich
ham of Balboa have announced apd. tay as long asshe wishes.
the birth of a baby girl, Anna g p working on gifts
The group be working on gifts
Maria, on Sept. 17. to be sold at the bazaar and social
Material grandparents are which is planned for Nov. 18 at
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Graham of St..jMargaret's Church in Marga-
Los Rios. rita.
Dr. Benjamin Boyd -
To Attend Congress Cristobal Woman's Club-
Dr. Benjamin Boyd haslefit Meets Tuesday
for Chicago to attend a medical There will be an Executive
--acein th.I- e 44Ii +th -


congress. iDuring his hstainy Tn ""Board meeting Tuesday morning
United States he will visit a at 9:03 a.m. at the Red Cross
number of hospitals. 7 Building in Gristobal.
He expects to return to the -,
capital city late this month.
Newcomers' Club
Six Young Isthmlans .. Executive Board
Studying At Penn Hall The month meeting of the New-
In Ohambersburg comers' Club executive board will
Announcement has been made be held at the home of Mrs. D. E.
by Penn Hall Junioi College and Grier, Ho.ise 8060, Apt. D, Marga-
Preparatory School, Chambers- rita, at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow.
burg, Pennsylvania that the fol- -
lowing young Isthmians have re-
sumed their studies Arts And Crats Group
Miss Vilma Stella D'A n e l lo, Gathers Tomorrow
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor The Arts and Crafts group of
Manuel D'Anello, and Miss Ma- the Balboa Women's Club meets
nuelita C. Arias, daughter of Mr. at 9 a.m. tomorrow j4 the home
-- of Mrs. Helen Wentworth, house
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AUNTIE MAME-Patrick Dennis
SOMETHING OF VALUE-Robert
Ruark


Relocation Lock
Leads ToSlums
CHICAGO (J The fla-
tional Associati o s'Jouaing and
Redevelopment Qf0l warns
that etvic impreve a pts n back-
fire into creation of new slum
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The organization said that slum
BONJOUR TRISTiSSE Fran- clearance projects, new highway
coise Sagan ? construction and similar programs
THE MAN IN THE GRAY FLAN, can' create ,new sore ,pots by
NEL SUIT--Sloal Wilson failure to plan for the relocation
THE FLOWER Gr .LS-Cleience of Uprooted homes and businesses.
DanLOWR GLSClemenceIt urges that relocation be a'regu-
NON-FICTION lar part of the planning for civic
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GIFT FROM THE SEA Anne i
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youth camp are no litterb-L' Tne T -T
lease behind camp improvements
instead of cans and dirty paper .Trow on the preserve aind nature
cups and plates .studies are a part -of each, outing.
Each group of campers follow.'* 7Ile groups have planted pies,
a rule sct up by the county board cedars, balsam, fir and dogwood
when it donated the land for th- ald have shored up a creek bank
camp--tart a conservation proj- with erosion stair.
ect to add to the beauty of the
area. The board gabe 160 acres tr, Fishing is permitted in a well-
the non-profit Eau Claire County tucked trout stream, and the
Youth Camp. Inc. and Tony Dien youngsters learn while they play,
hammer. Fall Creek, gave an ad- .u adult supervision.
Joining 10 acre '' for the camo's founding
Local citizen, built three 14-bed goes to Miss Jennie Webster, coun-
cabins and a kitchen and timber ... ,ipeintendent of schools, who
on the tract helps to pay for other convinced the board that rather
expenses Campers find an abun than ruining the area, the young
dance of wild life. but there is no, people might make it an asset to
hunting. Several varieties of trees the county.
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Miss Beth"-l lia Chambonnet. Eastern Star- Balboa, wit sponsor
daughter of-Mf ind MrS. L Iig their annual bazaar at thd eot
(arlos Ch o et, of Pantan .tish Rite TVmple, Saturday, "Noy
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ciela EI Chambonnet, daugh- The price .or the dinner is
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Chamboqnet of Panama. Both are Tikets may be purchased from
members of the first-year class of an ember of the committee or
the Junior College department. 'calling rs. Louise Bisell,
Miss Hitlee Louise deBoyrie, phone 2-W or Mrs. Louise:S~r-
daughter of. r, and Mrs, Rafael rell, 2-4387.
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WASV T Oct. 1 (UP) -Era. Taft Bens6n said he wold
Farm *pices, being closely. watch- have something 'very specific'
ed as a potential political issue, to recommend to Congress next
took an- upward turn last month year to bolster farm income.
after four months of decline, the The price gain in mid-Septem-
Agriculture Department reported her coincided with the t h i rd
todayreort straight month of decline in farm
The reportshowed prices firm- production and living costs, leav-
ers receive for crops and Iliv e- mg that figure nearly onbe, p e r
stock rose one per cent during the cent below a year ago.
month ended Sept, 15. This was ac- The department said hig her
companies -by a decrease of one- prices for eggs, milk, cotton and
third of one per cent in farm pro- commercial vegetables offset low-
duction costs and prices of liv- er prices, for corn,. 41 s e'e fs,
ing supplies purchased by farm- chickens and meat animals. 'Fam-
ers. ers paid less for food, seed and
The combination put farmers' feed. ,
income in mid September at The mid-Septemiber piie 'inlex
85 per cent of parity;, one per cent stood at 235 per 'cent of the 1910-
better than last month but still 3 14 base period, compared with 233
per cent below the same period in mid-August and 246 in mi d-
last year. September last year.
Parity is the price-cost r a t i o
calculated to give farmers, a fair Hog prices, which declined
return for their products in rela- steadily during the summer, held
tions to the cost of things they steady. The average price receiv-
must buy. ed by farmers for hogs on Sept.
As farm prices headed into a 15 was $15.70 per 100 pounds, the
four-month slump this summer, same as mid-August but $4 be-
Democrats became increasingly low last year's average.
critical of the administration's a- Benson has invited 27 represent-
gricultural policies. Some con- atives of the hog and prok indus-
gressional Republicans also began try to meet Oct. 7 to discuss pos-
calling for action to reverse the sible government action to stem
felinee. price declines. He has indicated
Administration officials, howev- the government will buy pork, as
er blamed the situation on t h e it did beef last year, if such price-
"Truman mess" they said they bolstering action seems necessa-!
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CHICAGO --(UP)- A village with Stanley Steamers when the S er Shis
dilacksmith who toiled at the forge auto came on but decided to stick
tnd anvil 54 ypira jas gone:out dtchis oeshoing.
bin e ras as oe o u t th. h motor World will have im WI. Loved Redheads"
Frank J. auser, 74, closed upthe last laugh. When Hauser a
his shop In suburban Hinsdale an sho:p is torn down, the si. willrbe".Os FridayAl
od se h a parjg-lot--anh d not fFriday A he Presidenie
time g r and traveling. 'horses. .
,Hauser ;began working as a ..i!
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Opening his Hinsdale shop three HIGH TIME
years later.
-"At onetime, he had three hiradl NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UP) -
hands and shoed as many as 56 After being charged three times
horses a day. He said he often with driving without a license,
4vorked 19 hours a day. William W. Mursko resigned. He
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By LEO H. PETERSEN


BROOKLYN, N.Y., Oct. 2 (UP) Righthand-
ers Roger Craig, of the Brooklyn Dodgers, and Bob
Grim of the New York Yankees, were named by
their respective managers as starting pitchers in
the fifth game of the World Series which will be
played today at Ebbets Field, in Brooklyn.
Craig had a 5-3 record on the regular season,
and Grim, who was voted "rookie-of-the-year" in the
American League in 1954, has won seven and lost 5.
The game will get under way at 2:05 p.m, (EDT)
(1:05' Panama time).
The scene shifts back to Yankee Stadium on
Monday, and the seventh game, if necessary, will be
played there also.


SHome runs by Duke Snider
Oil Hodges and Roy Campanel-
la powered the Dodgers to a 8-5
victory over the New York Yan
kees yesterday to even the
World Series at 2-games all.
Snider's blast, his second of
the Series, was the big blow,
for it came with two men on
in the fifth Inning and those
Suns turned out to be the de-
f cisive ones.
. Rapping' five Yankee hurlers,
starting with loser Don Larsen
t for 14 blows, the Dodgers had to
call on three pitchers them-
selves to turn back the Yankees
on this chilly, gray afternoon.
But the third one, Clem Labine,
thanks to brilliant support, es-
peciall by Snider in center field,
''' was equal to the task.
The fourth game, which at-
tracted 36,242 to Ebbets Field,
followedd a different pattern
than the first three. For the


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Football Results


(By UNITED PRESS)
EAST
Lafayette 41, Carnegie Tech 14.
Army 35, Penn State 6
Scranton 20, Temple 6.
Oswego Tchrs. 48, Buffalo State s5.
Princeton 20, Columbia 7.
Yale 27, Brown 20.
Colgate 21, Cornell 6.
Lehigh 19, Delaware 13.
Harvard 60, Massachusetts 6.
Franklin M'shall 14, Johns Hopkins 7.
Ursinus 30, Susquehanna 6.
Maine 34, Vermont 0.
Middlebury 20, Colby 19.
Jun'ata 14, Moravian 6.
Tufts 33, Wesleyan (Conn.) 25.
Trinity (Conn.) 35, Bowdein 14.
Lebanon Valley 41. Wilkes 6.
Northeastern 26, Bates 0.


, Yankees, for the first time in Soringfield 20, Prndeis 7.
I the Series, took the lead for Rochester 13, Williams 12.
the first time. Hobart 44, Alleeheny 7.
That was on Gil McDougald's Holy Cross 29. Dartmouth 21.
first Inning home run off start- St. Lawrence 19, Hoftera 0.
er Carl Ersklife, but from that Haverford 7. Wagner 6.
point on it was Bro6klyn all the Weit Virginia 46. Wake Forest 0.
way. And once the Dodgers gott Dickinson 8. Swarthmore 0.
ahead this time-on Hodges' St. Vincent's 7. Clarion Tchrs. 0.
homer with a mate on base-.in Worcester Tech 46, Bklyn. Coll. 0.
the fourth inning there was
nothing manager Casey Stengel MIDWEST
could throw at the Brooks in the
iway of pitching that could stop Michigan 14, Michioan State 7.
them. Amherst 20, Union. 6.
Thus, the teams go into the St. Josenh's 26, Valparaiso 0.
fifth game of the Series at Eb- Illinois W#ele-an 17, Lake Forest 6.
bets Field tomorrow all square. Wooster 27, Kenyon 6.
But Sunday's game, because Hanover 34. Franklin 19.
of New York state law, will not Wisconsin 37. Iowa 14.
start until 2:05 p.m. EDT. (1:- Purdue 7. Minnesota 6.
05 p.m. Panama time). South Dal-ta 14, North Dakota 6.
When the teams return to St. Olaf 52, Ricon" 12.
Yankee Stadium on Monday for Depauw 19. Ball State J.
the sixth game the starting time Utah 20. Missouri 14.
will go back to 1 p.m., EDT. Illinois 40, Iowa State 0.
Notre Dame 19, Indiana 0.
Heidelbero 35. Ohio Wa-levan 26
** Mimi (0.> 13, Xavier (0.) 12.
inmate Gridiron Northern Illinois 7, Illinois Normal 7.
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ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct 1- ITHACA, N.Y., Oct. 1 (UP)-
'(UP)-Michigan turned an in- Colgate's resplendent Red Raid-
S tercepted pass and a blocked ers, commanding new attention
. punt into touchdowns and stag- as an eastern football power,
ed two stout goal line stands to- put on an alert demonstration
day for a 14-7 victory over arch- of running tactics today to de-
" rival Michigan State before a feat Cornell, 21-6, for the sec-


sell-out crowd of 97,239 at Mich-
igan Stadium.
WEST POINT, N.Y., Oct. 1-
S (UP) Army's injury ridden
S eetball team smashed highly tout-
ed Penn State today, 35 to 6, with
Formidable land attack that prov-
ed the Black Knights of the Hud-
Mon again are authentic contend-
Ers for the Eastern championship.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 1-
T '(UP)-Al Ward. a fast moving
halfback scored three final pe-
riod touchdowns to give Yale a
75th anniversary 27-20 victory
S ovr Brown today and put the
Eli Blue boys out front in the
S Iw League.
It *as the second win for
Yale, and the second loss for
Brown this season, and a crowd
oL 22.000 watched Yale put on
the spectacular finish.


PRINCETON, N.J., Oct. 1 most at will. Rizzuto ss...... :: ::
'(UP)-Stubby Sid Pinch, five- -- Larsen, p ...... 2
foot nine-inch stand-in for in- CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct.'1 Kucks. p .......
juied tailback Royce Flippin, (UP)- A pair of junior whiz- a-E. Robinson. .. 1
s irnpered on touchdown rums baekst Matt Botsford and John b-Carroll .. ... 0
oi 8 and 80 yards today and ral- Simourian. passed and ran with Gary Coleman, p. 0
l1!d Princeton to a 20-7 victory reckless abandon today to lead Morgan, p ..... 0
oter Columbia in an Ivy League a vengeful Harvard team to a c-Skowron...... 1
football game before 15,500 fans. 60-6 shellackine of Maso-9hus- Sturdivant, p.. .. 0
* etts before snme 12,500 fans at
* AUBURN, Ala.. Oct. 1 (UP)- Soldiers Field. :Totals ...... 34
auburn, a powerful squad with a -
arterback problem, found the --
swer on the bench today when MORGANTOWN. W.Va., Oct. 1 I Brooklyn (N)- AB
iphomore Jimmy Cook came in (UP)- West Virqinia smothered Gilliam, 2b .... 4
t direct a 13-0 victory over Flor- Wake Fore-t 46-0 today with an Reese. ss .. .. 4
a and stretch the Plainsmen's awesome disDolv of offensive and Snider, cf .'. 4
men's win streak to nine straight. defensive mieht which handed the Campanella, c... 5
previously unbeaten Deacons their Furillo, rf .. 5
IPHILADELPHIA. Oct. 1 (UP) went defeat' in a decade. Hodges, lb .... 4
Seranton University opened its J. Robinson, 3b 4
season today with a fiery first HANOVER. N.H.. Oct. 1 (UP)I Amor6s, If..' 3
half attack which netted two -Holy fros' brake a scoreless Erskine, .......1
t chdowns and then went nn deadlock with 23 nolnts In the Bessent p 1
t defeat Temole University 20- second ovarter, and st ved off s Labine, p. 2
ftbefore 5 000 home-coming day final -pieriord- rally, to defeat
$s at Temple Stadium. Dartmgqti ,9,21 today. Totals ..37


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Georgia Tech 20, S.M.U. 7.
Richmond 1, V.M.I. 0.
Navv 26, South Carolina 0.
Davidson 6. The Citadel 2.
Mississippi 33, North Texas State 0.
Shaw 10, St. Augustine's.0.
Florida A and M' 80, Benedict 6.
Auburn 13, Florida 6.
Duke 21, Tennessee 0.
George Washington 13, Virginia 0.
Virginif Tech 14, Wm. and Mary 7.
Clemson 26, Georgia 7.


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a-Singecd for ucks in 6thn.
b-1an .ftr E.. Robinson in 8th.
c-j#ne.tiout for Morgan in'Sth.
I ^w (fc. <.4 .Ilin in, 0io-0's
Brooklyn (N) ..:.001 330 10x--8
RBI McDouzald, Rizzuto,
Gilliam. Martin 2, Campanella,
Hodges 3, Snider 3, E. Robinson.
2B-Gillilam. Camponella. Mar-
tin ,HR-UMcDobutald, Camna-
nella, Hodees, Snider. SB-Riz-
,zuto, Collins, Qillinm. S-How-
ard, Reese. DP-J. Robinson, .
GilAinm. Hodges. LOB-New York
7, Brooklyn 9. BB-Erskine 2,
Larsen 2, Bessent 1. Laline 1,
Sturdivont 1. SO--Erskine 3.
Larsen 2, Bessent 1. Kticks 1. C.
Coleman 1. HO-Erskine 3-3
ifriched to two batters in 4th).
Bessent 3-1 2-3, Larsen 5-4:
tritrhed to one batter in 4th).
Kurks 3-1, G. Coleman 5-1
'nitched to three batters in
7th). Morran n-1. Labine 3-4 1.3,
Sturdivant 1-1. RH ER-Frskine
3-3. Larsen 5-5. Kucks 2-2. G.
foleman 1-1. Labine 2-2. W-
Labine. L-Larsen. U-Darell
(NL). late: Summers (A)l 185
Ba:lanfant (N). 2B: Honochiek
01 3B Donatelli (N). left fiPid:
herrv (A). right field. T-
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Rio Negro under only 108 po s. was no match for the winner. 3-F--lon $7.40.
If the strip turns up muddy, a Blakemere Was fourth and Sug- Quiniela: $37.60.
S |Negro's, chances should impro ar-plum last. FIFTH RACE
considerably. Hard running Maria Stuardo 1-Panchlta $4.20, 2.60, 2.20.
Em Ire o hiviingo is the last schedukto ($21) and Verticordia ($16.60) 2-Liboria $2.40, 2.20.
starter on the list but far fIro at were the two biggest upsetters. 3-La Nacion $2.20.
least.- This classy Chilean racer, a Bias Aguirre, who rode Monte SIXTH RACE
topnotcher in Chile and later in Rouge, shared riding honors I-Fenix $4, 2.40, 2.20.
Peru, has become fractious since with King Flores- and Ruben 2-Iguazu $2.20, 2.20.
SC his arrival here and is an unpre- Vasquez with two victories each. 3-Copadora $2.80.
Favordictae animal. If in the mood, The dividend: 1M r SEVENTH RACE
he could take it all. I-Maria Stuardo $21, 8.20, 4.40.
The Stud Santa ecilias expensive Irih horse Ten other interesting races aer FIRST RACE 2-Oro Purito $3.60, 3.20.
The Stud Santa ecilias expensive Irish horse on the program. 1-Verticordia $16.60, 9.80, 10. 3-Vulcanizado $2.20.
Empire Honey is expected to go off an odds-on mu- 2-Charming Prince -$6.40, 4.60. Second Double: $O,9.
tuels choice in today's renewal of the annual $1000 Ralph F. Chong's classy three- .3-Cadrino $8. EIGHTH RACE
tuels choice in today's renewal of the annual $1000year-old Irish-bred grey colt SECOND RACE 1-Devon Maiden $12.40, 2.20, 3.30
Horse Owners Association Classic which on this oc- Monte Rouge yesterday raced to 1-Sedur $3.60, 2.80, 2.20. 2-Feliac $2.20, 2.20.
casion will be for Class D im rtd hrss r an impressive four-length vic- 2-Welcome Stranger $6.20, 3. ,3--Dainty Duchess $2.20.
casion will be for Class D imported horses over one tory.in the featured $1,000 seven 3--'-rtnstra $2.40. Quinlela: $4.40.
mile at the Juan Franco race track, furlong sprint for Class A-B im- First Double: (Vertleordia- NINTH RACI
ported horses. SeAur) $55.20. (Vertleordia- 1-Fuerte $6.60, 3.60, |.
Ricardo Miro's five-year o ld Mossadeq will probably be the Another Fulmar) $15.60. An- 2-Greco $8.60, 5.
black horse will be opposed bysecond choice in -the betting. Ru- Barlyon was second and Barge other Fulmar was scratched 3-Amat $3.80.
Lion's Claw, Mossadeq, Espagiri- ben "Caliche" will guide the Stud Royal third. Monte Rouge paid after first race. One-Two: $43.60.
co, Rio Negro and Chivilingo. Jo- Miura hope. a Juicy $10.40 per win dueat. THIRD RACE
se Bravo will have the leg up on Espagirico will have Alejandro Barge Royal set a sizzling pace 1-Que Lindo $3.80, 2.60, 2.60. TENTH RACE
the Honey. Yeaza in the saddle. This stout- with Sugarplum in closest pur- 2-Piropo $5, 6.60. 1-Monte Rouge $10.40, 2.80.
Bias Aguirre will ride outsider hearted grey appears to be out- suit for three-quarters the dis- 3-Riomar $3. 2-Barlyon $2.80.
Lion's Claw which seems to be classed but he should not be corn- tanee then was overtaken by One-Two: $17. ELEVENTH RACE,
coming around after a long layoff pletely overlooked because he is a Monte Rouge and passed before FOURTH RACE 1-Cachafaz $8.80, 4.60, 3.80.
during which he was treated for longshot specialist. entering the homestretch. Barl- I-Takeaway $5.60, 4.80, 6.40. 2-Cascador $4.60, 5.80.
an ailment. Fortunate Hidalgo Jr. will ride yon came up and took place but2-Don Pastor $7.20, 5.80. 3-Mufti $7.


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SOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct. 1 Howard 14, District Tchrn.
(UP)-Notre Dame get crunch-
Ing running from Paul Hornung SOUTHWEST
and Don Schaefer today to pulver-
ise Indiana, 19-0, for the 10th Texas Tech 24, Oklahoma A
straight victory by the fighting T.C.U. 26, Arkansas 0.
Irish under coach Terry Bernnan Oklahoma 26, Pittsburgh 11
before 56,494 fans.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 1 (UP)-
Purdue bogged down in the
clutches Saturday and barely Even-Stephen
escaped with a 7-6 victory over
Inexperienced Minnesota when
two touchdown drives ended in (FOURTH WORLD SA
intercepted passes, and the clock GAME
stopped another on the two- New York (A)- AB R
yard line. I, A .


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CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Oct. 1 (UP) Mantle, rf ...... 5
-Illinois crushed Iowa State 40- Berra, c.... .. 3
0 today with a powerful ground Collins, lb.. .. 2
attack that smothered the v t- Howard, If.... 3
itors' defenses and scored #l- Martin 2h 4


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Santiago


Ma'rtine


Meets


Pedro


Tesis


Capacity Crowd To Watch

Colon Arena Bout Tonight


A capacity crowd is expected to pack the Colon
Arena tonight for the 10-round, 130-pound match be-
tween ranking Cuban featherweight Santiago Mar-
tinez and local 126-pound champ Pedro Tesis.
Martinez, who rules a fa trile, is a 22-year-old
Negro from Guanabacoa, Cuba. He flew from Hav-
ana last week accompanied by his manager Jesus
Vasquez, and lips impressed Colon and capital fans
alike with his rapid-ar6ving, hard-hitting style.
Tonight' sentifinal is a 120-pound scrap be-
tween Toto Ibarra and Juan Salazar, set for six
rounds. ,


Martinez, who places second a-
mong contenders, for Cuba's fea-
ther cr6wn, which is held by Ciro
Moracen, who in turn is among
the world's six outstanding 126-
pounders, brings a brilliant rec-
ord to Panama..
According to the National Sports
Commission of Cuba, this bright
prospect from the Pearl of the
Antilles, has fought 22 times since
he became a pro in 1952.
Daring the three year period,
he has racked up 18 wins; lost
three by decialon; and dre w
oce .
One of his setbacks has b e en
a close decision to Moracen in 12
rounds. This bout took place last
year. Vasquez says he expects to
get a rematch with the Cuban
champ early in 1956.


The veteran Alfredo also laces
gloves on youthfd obarra in the
semifinal.
Tula de Sanehes Pite, the **-.
enormous Colon woman pfomot-
er who iar e o1dnm tnig t's
card, is arey y a paIS
to watch Marti"e? against
featherwelt' Ve tender Reodl.
fo (Beas ack) Francis, two
weeks from tn eight.
If Martinex boats an excellent
record, not to be sold short is his
opponent. After Tesis was o U t'
pointed by Moore, he went to
Kingston and engaged Jamaica's
best feather and lightweights in
winning four matches in that is-
land. *
In Pedro's only fight since he
returned from Jamaica, he deci-
sioned Horacio Ottis at the Arena
Sept. 11.
Fur should fly in the e mI-
windup. barra will be aiming
for his second pro victory in as


many appearancEs.
Toto KOed coura
Martinez three wee


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SANTIAGO MARTINEZ
One of Martinez' latest battles
had been with Ohio feather champ
Davey Moore, whom he left bat-
tered and bloody in earning a una-
nimous 10 round decision over him
in Havana, July 16.
Moore, well known in Panama,
was decisioned by Isidro Marti-
nez in Colon, then bounced back
two weeks later to earn a split
verdict win over Tesis.
In the Cuban's last" outing,
Aug. 13, he kayoed U.S. fepther-
Dick Powell in seven. Martinez
has been unbeaten in four starts
this year and has never been
stopped.
The rugged looking visitor will
have Alfredo Perez in his corner
tonight. Perez, prominent in local
boxing 'circles as a trainer and
manager since he came here from
his native Cuba in 1939, hints he
will have two win ners at pro-
gram's- end.


PEDRO T
on that occasion hi
pounds heavier tha
This time he ma
hands full with a hi
rival.
General admission
card is $1. Fight tin
bout card is 8 p.m


Juan Franc

By LUIS RC
1-Le Sabre
2-Golden Fan
3-Engrelds
4-Justina
5-Golden Tap
6-Coral
7-Supper Girl
8-Fru Fru
9-TilTUama
l8-Empire Honey
11-Albatross


Juan Franco Graded Entries Football Gets So Complicated

1. .6. *- T COgENT OEven Off-Tackle Play Confuses
M K ..e *ipe i *I-, W .-t erg N n.ot *- -I I. At


I* Ra e"Speial"Ip'. -- .P. rne m$0u.00-- rPe* Closes 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
--Dofa Beatriz H. Rota 113 -Could win this time 2-1
2-Nautigal I,. Olraldo 110 -Blazing early speed 3-1
3-Amin Didi P. Hidalgo 109 -Poor effort in last 5-1
4--Good Joy J. Phillips 112 -Makes first local start 15-1
5-Alminar A. Bassin 112x -Would pay fat odds 15-1
6-Le Sabre iA. VAsquez 115 -Rates good chance here 3-2
7-Don Dani A. Valdivia 115 -Displayed good speed 10-1


2nd Race "G"


TOTO IBARRA


GUN CLUB
NOTES.


CRISTOBAL


geous Claudio There will be a Trap-shoot at
eks, ago, but the Cristobal Gun Club
this morning. These in-
formal shoots are a reg-
ular feature of the club on the
*- first Sunday of every month and
r ,. ,* ;If the shooter is a member of the
Amateur Trapshooting Associa-
tion, and so desires, the targets
will be registered upon payment
of the registration fee. Early ar-
rivals may obtain coffee at the
c club house after 10:00 a.m.
Shooting will commence- at ap-
proximately 10:45 a.m.
Windy Sellers shattered 25
targets straight at Skeet last
Wednesday afternoon to place
first on the squad. Art Sutton
was second, shooting a 410
gauge, with a score of'24 broken
targets.
Shorty Schexnayder crumbled
S25 of the evasive clay-birds to
take high honors for the after-
noon In a perfect round of Trap.
Tommy Sellers, Jr. topped his
record by one target by return-'
Ing to dust, whence they came,
21 out of 25 birds.
Scores, recorded for Wednes-
day as follows:
SKEET (25 targets)
Windy Sellers ........... 25
Art Sutton (410) ........ 24
Lt. Hinkle .............. 23
R. Dugas ............... 23
W. Johnston (410) ...... 22
'ESIS S. Schexnayder ........ 22
Joe Kuefer (410) ....... 21
e was four Dick Reed .............. 20
n the loser. Rowland ................ 20
Ly have his Joe Cook .............. 18
heavier, rougher J. Elliott ................ 15
TRAP (25 targets, 16-yd.)
n for tonight's S. Schexnayder ........ 25
mnefor the four- Windy Sellers .......... 24
Joe Cook ............... 23
Joe Kueter ............. 23
Bill Cronin ............. 23
Tip Tommy Sellers, Jr. .....21
Mrs. Ruth Hinkle ......18
O Tips Dick Reed .............. 15
Rowland ................ 15
OMER Rupek .................... 13


Dofa Beatris
El Pash'a
Don Popo
RIna Rol
Petite (e)
Gonsaga
Dixiprincess
Metto
Lasero
Moemadej


HE GOT AWAY
NEW YORK (NEAY With
Brooklyn in need of pitchers, the
case of Bob Grim, the Yankee
right-hander, becomes a painful
one. Grim is from Brooklyn and
patrons at his father's bar insist
on watching the Dodgers over
TV.


Ntives -- 7 Fp.P uns $275.00 P.l Close 1:15
SECOND RACI OF THE DOUBLE


1-Joe B. Baeza 10Sx-Nothing in months
2--Tuira, H. Ruiz 107 -Would pay off here
3-El Pasha F. Hidalgo 114 -Loves runnerup spot
4-Don Brigido A. Gonzalez l05x-Poor effort in return
5-Golden Fan A. VAisques 113 -Fine effort in last
6-Tilin Tilin S. Carvajal llOx-Dangerous in mud
7-Radical R. VAsquez 112 -Could go all the way
8-Mufleco R. Ycaza l110x-Not against these
9-Prot6n 0. de Leon 11x --Only in last class
10-M. Fighter R. Cristlin 113 -Will fightit out

S d Race "Nen-Wisnurs"-41A Fes. Purns $250.00 Peel CloseI
ONE-TWO
1--Engreida L. Giraldo 116 -Long overdue
2-Chanito H. Ruiz 112 -Could score in debut
3-D. BArbara E. Gastell 105 -Will be close up
4-Golden Fun 0. de Le6n 106x-Must improve plenty
5-Don Manuel E. Dario 105 -Has shown nothing
6-Don Popo A. Valdivia 112 -Could score this time
7-Misa Marts G. Prescott 110 -Makes first start
-- -Makes first start


10-1
20-1
3-1
10-1
2-1
5-1
3.1
15-1
30-1
2-1

1:45

3-2
3-1
4-1
15-1
10-1
21-
5-1
5-1


4th Race "DM" Natives-6 s Fs. Purse $300.00 Peel Cloes 2:20
QUINIILA
1-Rina Rol B. Aguirre 117 -Dubious ride in last 3-1
2-Okiland R. Ycaza 105x-Could be close up 5-1
3-Justlna J. Bravo 110 -Should win again 1-2
4-Chepanita 97x-Nothing recently 10-1
5-Biscaya B. Baeza 99x-Poor recent races 15-1
6-Sierra Velluda C. Lno 107 -Distance handicaps 8-11
7- (Don Grau 0. Sanchez 120 -Could get up here 3-1
8-(Regla 'A. Credldio 102x--Dangerous in mud 3-1

5th Race "A" Natives 1 Mil Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 2:55
.1-Golden Tap A. Vasquez 121 -Back in best form 1-2
2--Jachalin B. Baeza 99x -Chance in mud only 5-1
3-Ocean Star. S. Carvajal 101x -Prefers wet going too 4-1
4- (Petite A. Creididio 101x -Usually close up 2-1
5-(Black GoI O. Snchez 113 -No. 1 contender 2.1

6th RIce "H-~ Imported-61'/ Fs. Purse $400.00 Peel Closes 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1-Devonshire Club H. Ruiz 103 -Aiming for payoff 4-1
2-Coral R. Vasquez 113 -Should win again even
3-Fairlyable A. Creldidio 101x-Threatens only 10.1
S4-Gaucha 0. Sainchez 113 -Should be close up 3-1
5-Mr. Foot A. GonzAlez 105x -Must go lower 5-1
6-Marianina S. Carvajal 10'7x-Could score at price 4-1
7-Gonzaga J. Jim6nez ll0x-Racing to good form 2-1
8-Salustlo E. Gastell 104 -Distance suits style 8-1
7th Race "F" Imported 1 Mile Purse $5000 Peel Closes 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1-Bar One J. O6ngora 104 -Ran well in last 4-1
2-Dixiprincess G. SAnchez 115, -Has strongest finish even
3-Begonia. L. GOiraldo 118 -Could get up here 3-1
4-Courtly Prince H. Ruiz 108 -Strong finish in last 3-1
5-Supersuft A. Mena 110 -Improving slowly 10-1
6-(Supper Girl A. Ycaza 115 -Hard to beat here 2-1
7-(Pugilist F. Hidalgo 106 -Could help entrymate 2-1

8th Race "B&C" Natives 6V2 FSi.ursn $350.00 Peel Closes 4:40
QUINIELA


1-Valar
2-Fru Fru
3-Nacho
4-Daniel
5-Metto
6-Julle
7-Redondita
8-Yosiklto


0. de Le6n 103x-Surprised in last
J. Bravo 117 -Faltered last time
R. Vasquez 117 -Poor effort in last
B. Aguirre 112 -Could make it here
J. G6ngora 120 -Seeks repeat victory
A. GonzAlez 100x-Would pay long odds
0. Chanis 110 -Doesn't seem likely
E. Pita G. 112x -Nothing in months


10-1
3-2
3-1
4-1
3-1
15-1
20-1
25-1


9th Race "G" Imported -- 7 F.. Purse $450.00 P-*l CIose 5:15
ONE-TWO


1-Florera 0. Chanis 110 -Best chance in mud
2-Regal Bliss J. Phillips 113 -Finally won one
3-Vedette J. Avila 118 -Could score this time
4-Lanero J. Jiminez 1lOx -Excellent race in last
5--Grisut E. Gastell 107 -Runs wide always
6-Tilama R. Cristlan 1U5 -Back in best form
7-R. Emblem S. Carvajal 100x -Early speed only
8-Lazy- Brook H. Ruiz 110 -Usually close up
9-Gay Spot A. GonzAlez 100x -Not in this class


10th Race "Hors Owners Classic"
"D" Imported 1 Mile Peel


Clses 5:40
Purse $1,000.00 (Added)


1-Lion'C Claw B. Aguirre 115 -Reportedly improved
2-MossAdeq R. VAsquez 115 -Could be runnerup


By ~JMMT BRESLIN Iball to a trailing back who will zip lot of the action if you watch tUh
NEA Staff Cwrespodent around end. tackle," Oklahoma's Bu-d Wilkiny
IT could be at Chapel Hill, N.C., By this time, you are probably son strseses. "Only it Is a.i .
or South Bend, Ind., or wherever watching-the halfback, without the more covered up these days.t
big-time college football is play- ball, being besieged by the tackle, used more than baseball's hit-a
ed. :'You're going to see an awful run-only you can't see it as welL-
The conversation is the same. "
The rabid and learned fan in the
$4.60 seat turns to the one next to *
him and asks, "Where did the first N at10 n l ames
play go that time Down the mid- R l l 1 1 V gI aa
die, wasn't it?" '
"He went inside the tackle," the ,*.. & *
otherfan answer


other fnan answers.
for five yards," the p
system blares the off
This is an accurate
the confusion college
modern style, has si
creating. The game i
these days along the
tomic research. It gel
plicated by the season
dy knows when the ti
You get an idea of t
look at the. oft-tackle
constitutes anywhere
60 per cent of anybo
offense.


Innumerable em
coaches have poured
have cloaked it inI
haze of tactics close)
those of a card shark
the bottom.
What has happened
tackle play in recent
tot ypify the advance
the word-the game
It used to he, the
tailback, four and a
back where all could
take the pass from
head for the tackle
the defensive left tac
The ced and wing
double team. the tac
ball carrier would th
was simple, neat and
football evir could b
But today they don
tackle. They dive at
split-T, give him the
business of a straight
backs at him with i
and, if you listen to
inology, do everything
guy but hit him with
bazooka-if we have
yet.


"To make it worse
Lou Little say,' ~ y
watch pretty shar e
even see the tackle.
senses shift so much
think he is a guard o
less you are up with
tackles never are ii
spot, play after play,
to be. You can't ke1
fense in one spot. Yo
get murdered if you
A couple of major
this bread-and-butter
follow. There is V
of spacing. In the T a
of same, the halfback
back are no more tha
from scrimmage.
Hand-offs further
situation. In the spli
Ample, the quarter
parallel to the line c
His halfback heads st
without the ball, tows
spot.
--e-------
The quarterback
hand him the ball-ui
there is a jam-up at
hell fake and keep a
chance to cut inside
it's no soap there,


3-1 3-EspagiritC A
10-1 4-Rio Negro F.
2-1 5-Empire Honey .
15-1 6-Chivilingo
4-1
101 Ith Race "D" Impert
1-Escorial S. i
2-Kiosco 0.
3-Mirzatoats A
8.1 4-Alormina J.
4-1 --Albatross B.


around end W du On
public address
ficial news. .
example of
Football, The First National Games
succeeded in were officially brought to a
is being run close yesterday morning at the
Lines of a- National Stadium in ceremonies
ts more com- which were highlighted by the
n-..and nobo- extinguishing of the -Light of
thing will end. Sports.
his when YOU The games, the first of its kind
play. This ever attempted in Panama,
o ro tm 55 brought itiletes from the nine
dy's groud provinces and the San Bias Ar-
chipelago and had an overall
succebs that wa beyond expec-
to thela The games, which will be an
a maze and em i asaffair, were sponsored
dealing i the Department of Physical
Sd Ig. ducatJou and Sports, headed
I to tifea f.- .b GUi Gesaoe Garrido
years seems An orgsansing committee,
Ie-if thudss whieh hd as its director Man-
has madee e* Ariaa Espilnosa, took care
single wing of all plannit l and arrange-
Ihat y=rd. mot onerning the aetlvi-
i see, world ties.
center and Most important of Friday'4
spot-usually finals were the basketball game
:kla between Panama and Colon for
(back would the championship which was
kle and the won by Panama by the score of
under in. It 50 points to 43.
d as clear as Before the largest crowd to at-
e. tend any of the. competition,
i't run at the five boxing championships were
him off aldecided at the National Stadium
quick opener Friday night under moonlit
t T, ride full- aky '
a belly play Panama had three finalists
all the term- and all were victorious In their
g to the poor respective divisions. All the
San atomic bouts were set for tour rounds,
that weapon In the welterweight class Fe-
der!co !"Chlchombolo" Marshall.
Panama. won a aollt verdict over
SCarlos Ortiz. Colon. Marshall bn-
e,"Columbias lo punched his came rival at will
u hav m to most of the way. but In turn
or you wont took some solid blows from the
Modern do- Colonite.
Syou might Lightweliht division: Manuel
~r an end u- Psrton. Chirioul, kayoed Ranon
it. Defensive qaleado. Darien. in 2:13 Of the
m the same third. Saltado had been down
as they used for an eight-count in tbh first,
ep your de- to t was saved by the bell.
u re sure An uproar wa.s reted when
do. the winner suffered a cut over
things make th eyebrow in the second and
iay lard to referee Younv Herrera stopned
iae ma ttri the match when the cut bled
r any variety profusely.
ks and full- Glorvs were taken off the
an three yards fighters, hut. Commission doctor
eignacs Fabrega, after an ex-
amination. r've permission for
confuse the the contest to continue.
it-T, for ex- Featherweight division: Enrl-
ack shuttles flue Perea. Panama, won a split
)f scrimmage. decision from Jesu Palntamast.
straight ahead, Colon, in a close, well contested
ard the tackle battle..
Uantnwlrhtf *divilion' Ro-
dolfo "Tito" Marshall, Pana-
is ready to ma. TKO'ed Grerl Martl-
nless he notes nes, Colon, n 2:S8 of the first
tackle. Then heat.
knd look for a The loser entered the ring
the end. If' with an air of eaockiness., bt
he'll flip the! this was shortlived as Marshall
L Yeaza 105 -Would payoff here 10-1
Hidalgo 108 -Will be close up 3-1
J. Bravo 110 -Seems much the best 1-2
J. Avila 115 -Could score in upset 4-1

ed Vs PpP. P Prse $600.00 Pool Ctses .....
Carvajal 1001x-Longshot possibility 1011
de Le6n 101x-Poor effort in last 5-11
A. Ycaza 106 -Depends on start 4-1
Phillipa 11.5 -Returns from sicj bay 3-11
Aguirre 115 -Looms "sure thing" 2-5


iccesstul Note i

bombarded him froml the!
opening bell without a letup.
It took the Colon boy's hand
lers several minutes to revive
him after he took the final*
copnt. .
Flyweight division: Felix Ar*j
cher, Colon, outpointed Rube*it'
Quintero, Chiriqul, in taking 4*
unanimous decision; ,-
Quintero was on the canvas ih
the first and then came back t*
in_ tho _.1 I- *h- third- -4
~zuu ,Aa w~u.~u 418~4'


uUoor bme wiajnner in c mir. -.
The Chlricano showed great&
courage and clrss even in losing?
" In tennis, Achille Pettit dew-
feated George Motta 6-2, 7-5.%
Euclides Barrera beat Ernesti"
PifMate by forfeit. Jullo Pinllam
whipped Rogello Melsi 6-2, 6-1>


Paraiso SportW

JR. STANDING "
Won Lodt
Macons ............... 1 0"
Littlefield ............. I 0 -
Hawks .............. 1 1
Fords ..............;.- 0 t2
The junior loop was tops f|
the night going into extra qU$
tars with the Hawks nipptn
Ford five 31-29.
E. Blades starred with 11
points while E. Stewart had ten
points for Ford five.
SR. STANDING
WonLos


Wen Lost.
Los Camellos .......... 2 0 .
Celtics ................ 1 0
All Americans ........0 1'
Wreckers ............. 0 2
Eduardo Asbey's Cartellos took
a firmer hold on first place is
the Paraiso basketball league by
edging the Wreckers 49-42. t
The Wreckers took over In the
lat quarter 38-34, but -fiaI
gave ground as Aabey weho wxo
high pointer with 18 points brok4
through the defense of the4
Wreckers. .
R. Hinds was top scorer wittl
14 points for the lower.
BASKETBALL "
The Paraiso girls in their ball"t
ketball engagement took the d
cision over Rainbow City 10-76"
Yolanda Holder was high nolnb6'*
er for paraiso with 9 points. _
ParAiso boys suffered their de1.
feat by the strong handed Sllvt.,
City team 45-25. L
0. Moreno of Paralso and L.
Holder shared honors with .1
points apiece.


Todayov Enconto..35 .20.1
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"TMAT LADY"
Orson Welles. In
"Three Cases of Murder'

Today IDEAL .25 .15$
Jack Malone, in
"OVERLAND PACIFIC"
Edward 0. Robinson, in
"BLACK TUESDAY"


TODAY


HORSE OWNERS ASSOCIATION CLASSIC


TODAY


5th lace


Purse: $375.00


"A" Nocionales


1 Milla


Pool Cierra: 2:55


1.-GOLDEN TAP ........... A. Vasquez (1)

2.-JACHALIN ............... B. Baeza (3)


121 I

99x


3.-OCEAN STAR .......... S. Carvajal (5) 101
4.-'PETITE ............. A. Credidio (2) 101

5.-BLACK GOLD .........G. Sanchez (4) 113
NOTE:--Owner of winner will receive additional purse.


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10o. Race


"D" Importeds


1


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THE STORY: Bent on wiping out the Earp
brothers, peace officers of Tombstone, a member of
the bandit gang nails Virg as he leaves the Oriental
Saloon. His left arm shredded, the town marshal
would never use it again. Wyatt moves his wounded
brother into a room at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, and
he and brother Morg take rooms that flank Virg's to
await the final showdown. Then Wyatt receives a
telegram.
their bullets where their billy-
XXX doos were.
I But the gang had a cushier spot
DEC. 13th, a likely date for such for their lead. At 11 a. m. of the
unlucky doings, the rustlers met 14th, five hours out of Tombstone,
in executive session at the Me- the Benson stagBean into a.cross-
Lowry's Sulphur Springs ranch, buck of blasting riles.
They sat as their own grand jury, Thai run carr ,o B.aiL~* ck,
Judge William Brocius presiding, no express,b.A.lnpobI
What they did was to scrawl out pouc.i no bat M ll, it
a list of lawmen and others that' carried Wa My . W "
weren't going to be. allowed to And 12 of lihe 1 a s tjO we. Rt
leave town alive. The original through the tofieea* wh be was
masterpiece was worked out on sitting. .
the back of a tomatoacan label by It was not rutil be adoe his
Curly Bili regular top min- Contentiah City
Delivery of the lists, through that driver Winters found he'd lost
contacts inside the town, was his passenger-Mayor Clum was
carried 'out that same night. gone.
Clum got his first. Before morning Tombstone
But let old Clun. wait. Wyatt is was hashing over he news that its
our man. It's when'he got his copy mayor had been kidnapped, was
of the death list that the fur real- still missing and had to be presum-
ly began to fly. edBut John Clum was a l dead
Virg arid Mrg were up and But John Clum was a long ways
around but still stiff w.th their from getting measured for his
wounds. The worst of the outlaws, pine tuxedo. Not trusting Whistl-
Ringo and Curly Bill, were yet at ing Dick to get his horses back
large. Johnny Behan had taken a under way before the, ambushers
setback but would never let up could catch up to the coach, he
until he had got out a warrant he had slipped out of it ant Into the
could serve and make stick. Doc brush, made his way; aifot, to the
was a very sick man, likely to go Grand Central Mine's stiap mill,
out with the lung fever b e f or e borrowed a horse from the" super,
spring. The town, taken by and ridden a long circle on the 1nain-
large, was still in sympathy with ing 20 miles to the "'atlheli hat
Johnny Behan and his "poor cow- Benson. He was there by daylight
boys."was no light showing Iand didn't miss his train.
There was no light showing in
n8 2np Virg1


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Bbnde Ba4y-kidnaper Collapses


WA Henry. Used by qrorsuiei|p iWJH I.4& H
Behan never opened his m o t h on his hip with the warning. The
and the Contention justice only o- Ifugitive stopped dead, whirled de-
pehd his far enough and fast e- fiantly, stood at bay and blinking
enough to agree in complete legal in the glare of the oily light. It
detail with Colonel Herring. was Frank Stilwell.
It was straight up 10 o'clock When he was four feet from
when Wyatt and Morg and Doc Wyatt, still squinting to see who,
stalked out past Johitiy Behan it was, he lunged for the ba -
and boarded their horses., rels, catching them by the muxz
ends, jumping his whole strength
One month later, the night of into forcing them upwards., he
March 18, it happened. movement brought him fac ose.
There would be longer ways to to Wyatt. 0..
tell it put none better than the It has been many tit i re-
way George W. Parson p ut it marked how singular-alil was s
down in his diary. Wyatt to his dead youngerr
... I heard the shots, two in brother. It must have pen that,
number. Poor Morgan Earp coupled with the ba 's m o y
was shot through by an un- light of the headlamp, for there
known party. Probably two or is no other explana/on for t h e
three in number in Campbell strange last word $it Frank Stil.
& H&ach'n while playing pool well spoke. "
with Batch. Wyatt'wag her e, "Morg...!"
sitting along the wall watching Hii only ans was the twist,
the game, The shots came from ing' heave of yatt'a shoulders,
the ground window leading into forcing the gun',#.Walie down
Aei., running to Tremont and into his Jelly, iJust under the
StreiZ .'he second shot w as heart. The first barrel tore his
fired apparently at Wyatt tarp. chest away, driving him two steps
Murderers got way, ,of course, back and -halfway around. In the
but it was and is tt evident time it tobk him to fall halfway,
who committed the d # ., The Wyatt gave him the second bar-
man was 'FY k StilwWifk i rel. VHe was dead before his slack
probability. Morg lived ir un body I*unced off the gravel of the
Minutes after being shot, 4nd roatdbed.
Vied without a murmur... I-6
i -addition to the testimony of N town likes to have amoth-
George Parsons, anrd that of pool- er'4 gang killings carried out in
hall owner Hatch and the other frtnt of its Union Depot. ?tcSon
eye witnesses, the coroner's jury was not Tombstone. It named it
produced a surprise witness-Pete murder and demanded instait ap;-
Spence's wife. prehension of the guilty party;I
This was a very civil mindtd This, however, was on the moMnt-
lady. It would only be small to ing after the killing. Long before
point out that her sudden inter that time, Wyatt was far gone
est in impartial justice was may- from Pima County.
be brought on by the fact Pete
had busted her jaw in a family Jake Shagrew, night operator
argument just ahead of doing for Western Union and longtime
Morg in. Point was, she testified Safety Committee vigilante, open.
under oath that the killers were ed the hotel room door
Pete, Frank Stilwell, an Indian "Thought you'd ought to see it
called. Charlie, another Indian first, Marshal," shrugged J a k e,
she didn't know. and a John Doe and handed him the telegram


After
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 1
-Blond Betty Jean Ben(
collapsed In a corridor of
Francisco's Hall of Justice
terday a short time after
tried unsuccessfully to
guilty to kidnapping of baby
ert Marcus.
The husky 27-year-old w
a Stockton Filipino app
. befot Municipal Juc'e Alv
weinberger, along With the
morning line-up of drunk
vagrants, t ,be arraigned
charge of sznple kidnapping
The jildge appointed V
defender ward T. Mancu
represent her despite the
b. tearful, plea that "I
Want no lawyer;. .I don't
anything."
She was ordered to retu
court Friday, Oct. 7, to mak
plea after a week to consider
position t.d confer with
husband and awyer.


A A T leph6to)
ADMITS.KIDI. PING Mrs.
Betty, Jetn Benedicto nervous-
ly fingers baby diapers in a
Stockton, Callf jail after she
confessed kidnaping the infant
son of Dr. and Mrs. Sanford
Marcius. -rom a' San Francisco'
hospital.


"J'ohn.y someday you'll. see me
once, to often."
The Cochise lieriff stepped
back out of the : y.
Outside, Wyatt Ialted his little
posse and s red he sheriff's de
puties. "I( you gentlemen arc-wait-
ing to see me," hl announced po-.
litely. "you can quit waiting. I'm
here." Not- a deputy moved.
Wyatt went onl fa;r enough in-
to the Dragoons be rease.ably
safe from i-imed tep- ur ai.it
There, he calledd T'if uitil day-
lIght. This'*as nogoing to be any
rush j.bfoii- the first visit to the
Sulphur Springsa anch. He was
going to take his tieo, start with


Mrs. Benedicto, who stole the
three-day-old baby of Dr. and
Mrs. Sanford Mawus from Mt.
Zion hospital Sept. 19, collapsed
while being escorted from the
courtroom' to the.Jall elevator.
She was revived with water
and acting jail physician Dr.
Morris Qordon gave her a seda-
tive,


five of those who. are posse-ed
up."
"Of those five warrants," said
Wyatt thinking aloud, and back to
what V'er M.on had said, "there's
tfiy 11B ,']l seive."
o HolIlidy .knew the five
naams Wyatt had marked in his
mind way 'back at the time of
Spence's wife testifying at Mqrg's
inquest. "Who gets the short
straw this ,time? Curly? Spence?
The kid?"
"We'll take them in order,"
answered Wyatt.
XXXIV


Unsuicessful Guilty Plea
(UP) The dtr-aIt the kidnaper point public defender Mancuso.
edletos was suffering" hysteria." i You must talk to ylur husband
San Mrs Benedicto;-,earing the and your attorney. The case Is
yes- same dark dress auA ,,navy blue continued to Oct. 7,"
she topcoat she wore wheh.Aarated Mrs. Benedicto's h usb and,
plead at a Stockton Chtholic -Ghurch Mark, former editor of a Filipi-
Rob- last Wednesday, made an n- -no twpaper who flow'manages
asked-for plea of guilty .withoqb a third-rate hotel on the fringe
ife of even waiting for thl formal bt Stockton'sSkIdd-ow, was not
eared reading of chargeSi. ; in court for hi -Wife s arraign-
vin R. ment.
usual Asking the judge ror permis- He arrived to veadd
s and sion to speak, she blurted: "I tional statement an Fran-
on a don't want no lawyer... I don't cisco police.
. want anything. I took baby Mar- With him wa 8tockton depu-
public cus. I d6n't want nobody. I done ty' sheriff Osvaldo 'nueci
Iso to it." whose quetioning of Mrs. Rene-
wom- "I think vou bel ..-thlst this dicto a a Tuesdoy night boxing
don't over," Judge Weinberger replied. bout' panrtked her inX surren-
want "For the oppose of nstruc- derin the kidnapped infant to a
rn to tlonh. I think'it best that I ap- Catholic priest.
me her
r her
her


the shack when Wyatt came up to JUST at lp.m. c. ; v,,... .
it. Lilly let him, in the dark, shut was nailed coming out of the qri. white man she'd never seen be- J. C. BEHAN the rustler hideout, worK -south CR4KER has said that Bro-.
the door hurriedly, then lit the mental Saloon. He was rushed to fore. She thought there were two, TOMBSTONE, C 0 CHISE from there, combing every inch of cius' posse had set out for t he
thsingle candor hurriedly back of then lit bathe ur-entaloe Galoodfellow's office where it three others in on the action but COUNTY: Cochise County in is last search Babormari section of the Whet-
tain. He could smell the w i c kur-was found his lot arm had been they hadn't been to her house with GOT- WARRANT FOR MUR for lMorg's killers, stones, meaning to make its field
smoke of it lingering in the close shredded with a charge of No. 2 Stilwell and the others. She also DER HERE. ARREST ANY With dawn they rode on reaching camp at Iron Springs. That's Mes- "
air of the littlngering in the clfromgooseshot fired from no more stated that Pete had told her Cur- TIME DONT LET HIM GET the ranch about noon. Again, the cal Springs on today's maps.
that she had blown it out w from gooseshan 30 feet. Tombstone's town ly Bill was running tht show and BY YOU NOW.-C. only bird remaining in the bush A preliminary look at the
heard him coming marshal would never use hs left that wingo was in town along with was Indian Charlie- Cruz. This grove around the springs from up
heard him come fron-arsh awouInaacitated for his Curly. THE Pima County Sheriff had time, however, the halfbread on a spur of the Whetstones to
S"You're scared, girl." He frown- arm aam... napac ta.... o- "- been out of town when Wyatt "flushed," making for his really- the north-had shown not so much ,.
d it, sensing the lear in the very job wit elections but days away,
d it, sensing the tear in the ver job wit all through ays peace WYATT let, it be known open- downed Frank Stilwell. D u r in g saddled horse oat the run. McMas- as a horsefly moving down there. ( T e ho
aook of her. "What's all the hush Virg was all iz gHe was rep'lac- ly throughout~ o bstone that he his absence, nobody came forward ters creased him, with a shapshot. Wyatt dismounted, looped Red's
about?" ofiscarecer e n ^ D e Neagle one of was going a ft he killers and to identify the outlaw's killer. But He wasn't bad hurt. reins over his left forearm, leav- THEIR NIGHTMARE nENDS D.r an M (N EA Telephoto)
"Wyatt, I am scared!' she tea ,"Behan's longtime deputies. any of their accomplices their when he'd returned the following "What made you want to help ing both hands free. He took a joyfully reunited at Stockt -, and w rt SanfordlIarus arei
whispered. "This time I'm reaSly Johnny eWan ove is wounded trails might lead him to. He was noon, a citizen who knew Wyatt kill y brother?? lat look at the grove and at the ion Robert who wa kCai.n with their 1-day-pid infant
scared. Look at this!" She held rotyatt now o Goodfllow' of- still Deputy U. S. Marshal f or well enough to call him even in Wyatt asked it very softly. The rushy gully flanking it on the Francisc6 hospital. Kidnappd when two days old from a San
out the crumpled peace of ruled brother from Do Goodfello C Cochise County and he wopld the pitch-dark had stepped up to breed, sensing he was about to be Whetstone side. He could not getnaper, Mrs. Betty Jan
fmprice into a room at the Cosmo-,,,chise,,t Benedicto, turned the ba
notepaper to him. to anybody politan Hot el. He and Morg each arrest them if they didn't resist. put the finger on "poor Frank's let go shook off his fear. "Curly the smell of trouble out of his ene o, turned the baby over to a rest
it wasn't addressed to d took anybody po oman thatflanked Virg's. A Just as openly, he advertised his murderer," He had name Wyatt Bill, Frank Stilwell., Jpence and nose.
and it wasn't signed. All it sa ooa r ocroac couldn't have hope that they would resist. Earp, leaving the Pima sheriff no Ringo and them boys, they're my He was into the trees, then,
was: flo p .ho use t hotel corridor without You have only to keep in mind choice but to issue a warrant for friends. They said we'd all make clope enough to see the splash lost a battle, only. Curly Bill Bro-
"Don't bother to try leaving got up the a oed over for where he was standing that the latter's arrest. The sender of money if you Earps was out of and shimmer of the spring water cius was dead.
for you'll not make t ow. Yo a gun by the Saftoed ety Committee night in 1882. to the telegram announcing that war- the way, and Curly-he give me in its shallow- granite basin. --- eIr |pose
vt killed your last cowboy. a gun by whoe swarmedoutside In keeping with his promise to rant to Behn might sign himself $25." The man on his right, farther-I PIMA SHERIFF BOB PAUL, ...
Where'd you get it?" said Wy- id telegrams-are Clum and the Committee that the "C" till Old Nick froze his nose est away from him; came up from having delayed as long as the
att at las. time thin tegr which h a d would not take the law into his -he was still Ike Clanton. TWENTY FIVE lousy dollars! back of a belly high boulder, safety of his job would let him
a"Ringo," she said, and watched sr metimes -ngsrshbit of horn- own hands, he had so far kept to The cold shock of it leaped through winning away with a rifle, It blimbed down off the Be i son a
the heatlessfire leap higher .be- shown a Pn v ya's 'fate Mayor the legal letter in his war with the The Pima sheriff had dropped Wyatt's mind... was Pete Spence. stage in Tombstone just after 7 rho
hind his empty stare. "He sad t in onstayed with that Benson rustlers. In doing so, he had giv- around t the Tucson telegraph "I'm going to kill him," he said The one on his left, no more o'clock the evening of the 23rd. O er-l
was for you."train, clum ean toaye Washington,, D.C. en the outlaws the first two shots, office and suggested to the oper- to Sherm McMasters. .He's got than six long strides .away, rose By 7:30 Johnny Behan had the
--,traf,, cc. free. Those shots had done for ator that any messages going g two guns on. You tell him you'll up out of the gully brush with a long-awaited Pima County w a r- NEW YORK. Oct. 1 (UP)
OLD BEAT sometime before^ XXXI Virgil and Morgan. The last of through to Johnny Behan be also count to three, and that I won't double barreled shotgun at his rant for the murder of Frank Thadeusz Kasser, a former P-
disappeared sometime before the Earps didn't intend to wait shown to the deputy U. S. mar- draw until after tries. He's to go shoulder and blasting. This one Stilwell. At 7:45, Ringo nad his lish consul who as granted A
dathe clown of t Apahe 14th, fading smoke WYATT took the wire, read it for the third shot. shal in Tombstone, as .a matter ahead and pull any time he's to go was Curly Bill Brocius! posse rode in to report a blank merican asylum, was reported in
the cloud of Apache, war s to e t.'A otneke sure, hand- .. of routine law enforcement coo- mind to. If he beats me, he's to go Pete Spenco was forgotten. Wy- on their sweep of the east valley critical condition today at Bel
Wyatt had liened him to. e wMay- d wice though o moment to Virg, as Even in his grief over the death operation. He hadn't said to show scot-free." att stood like a rock, feeling the The news of that Pima County levue hospital as the result of
seen no more in Tombstonea Maybit moved in to read over his of young Morg, Wyatt could not it to Wyatt first. H 'knew who McMasters repeated the offer in whistle and stab of Curly's charg- warrant put the starch back into suicide attempt made in despair
r John Clum, stiff-backr en ugh in the head wounded brother's shoulder. bring himself to hunt from thewas night operator in Tombstne. Spanish. es cut through his coat and vest, them "We've got him!" crowed over his efforts to become a
but still limber enough n the head wounded bro ESIGNED, J j.l shadows as did his enemies. The All that remained was for a Cru's guns were out f theirbringing their murderous pelletsRindo. citizen a .S.
to buy Wyatt's warning, boarded FREMONT ING OVERN hye eight stalk through the out- man to recall who had got be holsters and up and leveled, when within the last inch of tearing him Yes," said Johdny Behan, "we Kassern, who s regarded a
that night's Benson state eight COSPERVE ADVISED HIM .er brush, but the hlon padd Pima County Sheriff since riding the single .44 smashed through his apart and yet, miraculously sure have. When Brocius and his one of Poland's outstanding
miles out of Tombstone.ould have GIVEN SPECIAL AU- into the middle of the learning shotgun for Wyatt and Wells forehead. missing him! boys get back, we'll make up modern composers, was found
irgi and Morgan wouldhich Wave THORITY COCHISE COUNTY. The next thing to do was get Fargo back in '81. Whe he'd It was significant of a tie when Both- of Wyatt's. buckloads, nine one big post and take out soon unconscious from an overdose
go part of any retreat which Wy THORIDAKE U SMARSHAL. Virg out out of town. done that he knew where his the law rode on a peace officer's chilled shot to the charge, tookastheres light tomorrow." of slepin plly hi ose
att wasn't a pary to.said but t neverwa shown, that dur- friend was, and whp he was. hip and not in the fuzzy minds of Curly Bill in the chest. He went 'You mean Curly Bill Brocius? terday. He was takento Kn^-
known what Doe Holliday said but It never was s eno r of Ari-XXXII He was in Tucson and his 12 good man and true, that none of down like a rag doll, the whole You deputized that outlaw as a erbocker hospital and th K k-
it's a known fat that midnightof ing hs term as nera Fremontname was Bb Paul the deputies looked b back nor left side of his rib-cage blown a- legal part of yor regular posse?" moved to the Beleve -
the 14th saw h oim sitting square zona T sort of cahoots with IN those days they didn't know yatt's mind t listed and thought Indian Charlie Cruz had way. "Not only him, but John Ringo, pathic ward e ycho-
in the middle of a tal lestakes wascrooked bunch in Prescott or what a dining car was. On theturned with every pull of' his gt anything less than a fair trial Spence had firtd three times, here, as well."
game at the Crystal Palaceiting through them withBehan's gang S. P.'s run west out of Benson big hand onte straw yellow bya jury his certain ers. all wild misses. Now, with Curly "Are you crazy, Behan?" Kassern was the first Polish
toting his cards high andwaiting through them, w theold soldier last chance to eat short of mustache. When hand and mind Bill deaa and Wyatt swinging on Bob Pul looked around the official to break with the Red
h hisistol in his lap for any Tombstone Bu to controlling daylight was Tucson, where the had made their last turn and nal CURLY BILL, Ringo and the him, Pete broke and ran. room, first at Johnny Behan and regime Warsaw when he ask-
the Sulphur Springs boys to putnever was luhe up ns wh ic h train held up for a full hour twist he ew what he had to lot bf the Sphur Spring bunch wyatt flashed three snap shots his big scowl, thtn at Jony ed for asylum here in 1948
the pon down int Cochise County while passengers and crew stock do. 'hd indeed come to town. And, to from the hip. He heard him yell, Ringo and his wild grin. He came here in 1945ascul
-went on dow in office ed up on vittles. This was the warrant Behan the bad surprise of even Behan's knew he had hit him. At the "Likely I'll be going then," he tural adviser to the Polish con-
whirouh ewarl Februase Wytt Wyatt and Joe Evans a a had boen ting for.. .anysuheto
e e h arly Februasy Wyatt, Wyatt d JoeEvans .t od had been tiing for. stoutest friends, had been at once same time, he emptied the rest nodded softly. "For any fool can suate and later was named con
VCwith Morg and Doc Holiday as uh d outside the depqt hash There wof be no beating this deputized by the Cochise sheriff to of the loads in toth revolvers at plainly see you've caught and sul.
i a de ar ath rai ng duties backing house whie Virg. ate. one. make up the posse that was to the other rustlers, now dodging killed your man already." Bod ,
l e a e t PIresently, the engic er and the si hunt Wyatt down. They had split for better cover throughout the -- r hbzen had ap
; arrests w dh ig. ww ht aend fireman walked across u tthe intgo two outfits; one under Curly gorve. He heard one more agon- HE had just reached the door, for zenship but no con
TO AY Phr prng40 ofreflIways be- siding and crawled up into the W Bl.-to mb .the west side of the sized yell, figured he'd winged an- when it burst open to admit Pete rs pe odi t introduced lee
T 75' 40 lrrestsw h l e ab of the whis- g q was 2 Biin of10 when s Pe ; the other Ir John othtr of them, by pure chance. Spence. Pete was white faced, testatrr the act of Congresa
TODAY! -: .2 4 0 fore, f rustraellcurts t e broke the g oswingdown to the Shagrew left the Como Ringo,. 46 search the ea lank of But there were seven men back showing the yellows of his eyes, ary n such cases.
i 240, 4:4, 6:40, 9:00 .m. t at t ttsaro swgdownto the an Hotel night of arch vly. Both posses d left n those trees, not counting Pete, half-staggering with exhaustion.
res was notenough for Johnny depot platform Wyatt took a last 21. Wystt' S deS t. town te that same afternoon, and none of them were greenHe didn't see Bob Paul, who fried, Bob Paul said t i
Behan with the cards coming his look around Suddenlyedup the i 'mem wi Beh1. after his wy, hands, They got over their ii- stepped quickly behind the door quietly behind him i
way like they were n.ow. WhstlIen arouNd.- ShUddenl he a"h "it'
: Bean wl re i The o l bounce of lamething little posse and got hBIk ome Jlt-nra t impor- trial jolt as Wyatt, all guns empty "They got Curly!" he blurted. you'll get. "You're under
se way ra nts rsthewould is The dull bounce of lampligh Wyatts room. Do o.ntat b Stihess to keep hifrom ac- and knowing he was a fine, fat "Phin Clanton's got a slug in his Pete." arrest
no ]unge or tiens The Earps on off of worn m eta. Smoke-blued colonel Herrihg br to the ompan g either bun target caught in the wide open, leg and I got this one in my arm." "Wait a minute!" Beha
Isue warrants or ,he slender, a bard worn metal room rman" on theels.. g. wheeled and ran for Big Red. "Shut your idiot mouth!" snarl- on his fet with the chaln
Soff ice, uickenoughiGunbarrels!Two, three-no, four man't. J kCraker, an ver ex- By the time he grabbed and ed Rindo. "Slow down, m a k e Putting Spefce safe away nt.
........... | federal of"itces, s tinhe qss cet n fo h- ak your traye prss company ageW. boarded the nervous gtding, the sense. Who got Curley?" Premont jail where e c.u.
found a ustce an Theoldshotun started for his ny Behan and Dave re this news. fire was coming out of that grove "Wyatt. Him and that shotgun tuned loose net day and l
i nti r maet o F 14 The shoulder, auekfishtomatic aslapIn the ju own in the lobby. COuts b the "Good," gruntd Wy "John- thick as sleet. of his. Both barrels." ting Bob Pa have h
at i..Triaiwl was set fori n i' adife.k i th d ak p e ha street they've goti *Isit a d-ny Behan's bit off a ty big "Curly's dead ..." o to Tucson were t
Warrants were fe out or n ut in the dark he had even for .igi. ut Bob Wyatt was nicked once; his Johnny Behan barely breathed different colored cayuss g
Do Holliday. The chaMo rgne was thep, for gotten the pipe of the car plat- b er our Pa fows.p p arrant, horse twice. it. As lon as w'
EDoc Holliday. The charge was form's guard rail. Lhe barrels ked Wyatt qiy. w ot rmis-w It was high time to bread off ead" Pete was still seeein ran" n d P nl g war
tired old one of hvng dd off the rusted metal rin o" said Herring to.pug it iamis is to the Battle of Iron Springs. it, six hours and 40 mile ater. one on for size" He thr th
ED IN Billy Clanton and Frank andTo ing th night with the sound of Wyatt looked artWand at h d y .orteriy a man es got In that they had been driven "You've got to protect me- I'm document Bean's des
yn,^ McLowry. steel on iron-and the four shad- u3e1 jurisdction over shot on off from the spring and had to done with hunting, him. I aip't him .flatly "For the mur e
mnit was gfte 1thwhen0 Wyatt ows melted away from the fat- rilion, s ad That mke tt t ng. leave the field without serving a going out no more, you har? Gim- Morgan Earp Good in an coua
Smorni;.g of the 14th wahen Wyatt lape t'son were n t tA eld* o* I-Jlow yo' agreed one of their warrants, at least onim' a cell, anything! Just so's he ty in rizona y
and M and D walked He leaped over the handrail, hitce; they each i wn x Jack Vra il apecial a live rustler, you could call it a can't get at me like he done Cur.
the Contenticti City courtroom. ting the depot platform on the !anal right i um o wao yda'M W tht we've defeat. ly!" TO BE CONTIN
Each was wearing his federal 1 crouching run. A figure loomed Pt o a o. the ot legiae warrants for Wyatt knew better. He had l"It' what you want, my NEXT SUNDAY
marshal's star pinned full out in in the darkness. It was only a Mt bnotel Each, in turn,. JUst Mbo -- bw ,
the open, and each was wearing halfbreed peon, scuttling around bed his head a little, Wyatt.ver .
Something else, likewise in the the corner of the sta h ven looked at Doc. There was no
'full open-a well oild brace of It was later discovered this . . .
Itws s .44s. "peon" was the fourth member Colel." he said to Herrmin,
^ ^^ gtj1 It was just two minutes before of the rustler bunch that was yodet wait here ntit ts *
10 wheSn Col. William Hering head-iTucson to get Wyatt and his!0 y e
ing the Tombstone Citizen's Sate- wounded brother lie wasdressed ov.
ty Commiiltee in Clum's absence,f., an Indian laborer though he "Not much!" the Safety Com-
imarched into his honor's hearing was a white man. ittee leader exclaimed.
e groom th the Citzen's Commit But if Wyatt had missed the Wyatt nd his men eame down
tee ligilantes behind him, minnow, he landed the luuaksr. l th descending slow
'a Were here." he announced Iie jumped him halfway down to-and wtWu, t p front. the
a loud. steady voice, "for justice a No 9's cheatig ne r dtherx o&
or a fight, and ready for either, him toward the head the traain, g ga eta.as ad al
|You haven t any more jurisdic-sheUting at him to halt. He w asgo te caore-
ALBO: tion over this case than a jack nOt 10 feet behind him when e *
"FAR EAST BASTIONS" it'll be in Tombstone. aH avevie at eh un the bbI '.t' hw3 0 truth uls coUtta 4 raham Li ncon.
A CINEMASCOPSE SHRTI made myself clear?" e or t -i I wa t e I te
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