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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]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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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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Weather Blocks Archbishop Backs A
Weatfter- ks ueen Mother sEgypt Asks University C
Disaster-Survey Negro PriestOf
Albrook'Copter Weekending In Louisiana Donations Tennessee
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SSSNcaptainrg et by Caarett. Paul Vanumel suspendd services at a
*maw -he we amms 1100 boven. whic seta out yesterdaY Catholic mission today unt il
ES i m iW i for lthe Costa Rica. flood area .__ members of the congregation are ___ o T v
N *ed go blocked by weather. willing to accept a egroriest. The University of Tennessee/
THE'COWAt 1 It was unable' to et further WINDSOR, Oct. 15- (UP) The archbishop charged the CAIRO. Egypt. Oct. 15 (UP)- will help the Government .
M' m.|u than the vllag of El Maria Queen Mother Elizabeth went to congregation of the St. Cecilia Maj. Gen. Abdel Hakim Amer, Panama strengthen the ati-. | *
y, 1 p-- i bout" three quarters of the wva- Windsor today to spend a week- mission at Jesuit Bend, La., vio- minister of war and command- istrative organization anmTinm- y .
from Panama to David before end near the trysta n place of lated obligations of reverence er-in-chief of Egyptian armed agement practices of Its minis- D a
A being forced by adverse weath- Princess Margaret and Peter and devotion owed priests of any forces, officially opened "Arm- tries and.autonomous 'agencies
e to Townsend. race by refusing to permit a ament Week" here today with under an Internatiol Coopera-
BACK PAGE L I.. Negro to celebrate Mass. an appeal to the nation to do- tion Administra n contract
TODA Weather reductions are for The 25-year-oldrincess d He alsoreduedservice at natemoney for Czech arms. announced odbe under -
Conflict bbWeather predictions are for left her mother behind e le t o r d amah d d
Continued bad weather today. t hen she wet to Widn ter- Belle C hasse and Myrtle Groietishve eThits ontr will be under
tounl a an Abrook C-4 ay, when elit toWndsor one Mass until the community e Bitish Centurionatanks tral- the supernvial of the InstItute
Sto swnsend a wee-end with the express their ngness to ac- ed b y loudspeaer vans moved of Inter- r icn AffairstheO At least 12 persons were killed in5 Ne w Enlan
standing by withalar are disaster handsome divorced air heroatct whatever riest or priests through the streets to whip up regional yin charge of thenearly five inches ofthe result of accdent asn


Snlfi o.owefi tpossio sen00 rope are reported oym n arr na tn arrved at Jesut Bend ranaton. xcutve highways, drownings and electrocutions c ed


' clasd today the CAB has no isolated on abe farms. Emergen- o na counrsae nm Juerint "do only reason for his un- hsm NoCze arm s, in-Poin The spe rgalists are: A leal wires. d A
Goo thec o r-- Cas wtle. tluding tanks and M 15 et n has be Ciil Defense luneers evauad 400 p
n eoparding safbo. e nd helby Costa R icanopter was The unprecedented week-end Rummel said the Negro pr est, fighters, have yet arrived as p of the Point Four ru- hundreds of families fm her coastal towConnt
i. F bound Gfito. which I tryst firmed belief today that whom he did not identify, was Amer said voluntary donations n ansysama. eraov communities., ad several re
Ai ae to use as a base for aerial rTownsend and Margarewoultold "in unmstaable languagethus far had shown the common e er University wi provide
board Plan es vey of the flooded b banana farm m arry () that he was not to celebratee arly vioaton the ob pubie elcadb tr t knock ord nd court decion At least 12 personsgl





InT ^ Cab t1 alrhoe o;ppin theoIroarea.ti. th ytora is td d o on dr ,l u o uo dPanamaInTn s hi i etnorma
en e aar area. Margaret had break spenstin bed y Mass in that mission chapel" andthe nation but that Ar-spe accounting technician to inland York states as thland Sound whof ac by ts o
ente campaigns being con- | Sn 00 ,Ondl oa .ported this morning wle gentle Rmmel aived the Negro rest aen Week has no areAe ent of its executivedhighys drown s "
aducted.a, rthC s b oar solate o the farms. _- e. nj ockey Townsend galloped alone on Oct 2. to organize a formalct a bo dgme nt
a ad today the CABhas no Isolaitd ofw the farms, emergen- h on& horse named Juliet. "'The only reason for his u n- I g o v i. The specialists are: A legal wires.
ence that serving alcoholic e Firs Aid Course warranted interference with the National Guardsm erear- codification adviser to work Defense nteers eacated 00
linesis j eopardizing safetyli. ed b Costa R ic san preside enlt Jo- discharge of his duty was the ticipa'in in the n cement towith the Undiversity of Panama d Civilefrens n n as t
n.Qe ,hs iefdn the sive. -"-"o to hhrkfact that he isdadmember of the collect donations dwith movie uin theg development of a codifi- eastern Pennsylvania, 5 o seal t orn
CA o hn a rua ierchdis efio thm e se e pue res nNegrot race," he said. and theater starpreaded by Ta- e ationla w d eices: exn e co-TWe stes
CAB Air one Divisioon made is nt, he said, was hi Carioca. faVpt's topbell as ,o ddreeeute
the statement aa flood of com- T Auction 1 Ot. 5 (UcP)Tlearly a violation of the obli- dancer Thel 'Job was to knock orders: and court decisions In-Island.
plaints, ab.ilt airborne tippling To A ci S antn Cr uz ,-, The 'n r en h n i a n ?.,.-,
thainosm .an tichs o f t-W do A nation of reverence and devotionon doors collect funds for terpreting the Panama I Tides running as g. as five feet a norm
continued to pooInfr in from con- 3the r.,leroynalromanticsoftwod "c-hic h o- swe........
xprlmen, air nLemployes and De Soto Sedan ades ago, were spending a se-prich C-tholics owe. to every aceIarms. -e Cnd accounting technician toa nlbnd along Long islan
rate citizens. cm a id "a veryg eluded weeh end at their coun- ld color or nationality., Eggpt is anxious to preserve advise on fiscal management winds clocked at 70 mph, only five me u sh
ducnlted.apbenreahoedioorodoo. ......nthe Rummel said the Negro priest pe* and has no aggressive in-.and a filing and records man
Sen..Star-Turmond (D'13, A public auction of a four- Princess Margaret-Peter Town- could not be replaced at present t.otions." Amer said in a broad-/agement technician. hurricane force.
C.) st 'l.rod t 10M dor De Soto sedan will be held send affair...The....e. because of a shortage of priests.at.
bedt laDd41 '"Your armed forces are strict- The contract also provides for The centerofth. iorm, which bruntof urlcae Da
demand thatd7lnge dlae s. tomorrow at the Balboa Police _' ?y adhering to this policy. You Panama's Office of Comptroller- was red off CPq.eHatteras, N. Aug t ...
tnue8 bn .n planes b e S tationtorow at the Balboa First Aid Course Get Lost / national army issatanding uard TnGeneral and the Universitya nt wC,rwasneOV Ir. rthwestward
told be Woiniin't Chtstl"E M PHI". ...5.... ...A the border to protect your Tennesse to undertake jontyfom New lteIntoCa
Temp rance Unlim at .dgefe., The carwhichIs in generalO -- ada shortly before noon.
B.C., that he has iked the Civil poor condition has deteriorat- F oSanto Cstudiesrandospecial profectscll jcurid,'.'1
BCu newteradiostatione 'rtp thedcall secutit Y, areas related to administrative .e.We..her ,ur aeaerla sao --,-,,, r
e Alm .-on at toes. Iaccorbnet.pIce. A Civil .Defense 12 hbe.trfirstbhe nrl staff ofn ro, t er
s e e~ -. t t h e M o t o r a i d .9_ e.a - .-gF i r stcc r .. fe c ts.to.I m p r o ve.t h e u a'y o f r i e a.. .


mne (D.-& It was taU2 6Io custody
ed he will in- abandoned, and will be sold
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LOW ries were reported at Ilea -r
10:05 a.m. Dam. Wls., and Hourhton" Mich.
10:20 p.m. had snow mixed with rain.


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were rescued -P'iday after
their Piper T rfcer plane was
ditched and i nkcabout 50 miles
tom Alb0 o takh yesterday they
ama $6r a few days liefore re-


utes ($50.40able to continue yesterday
with their fgratilies in Erie,
Pennsylvania.
made by pilot Capt. Donald R. At noon, thanks to a Canal
Clark with his co-pilot Capt., Zone ham radio operator, Vir-1
Troy o. Sponaugle. They es- ginia Harvey of Balboa, they
corted the helicopter which were able to continue their con-
brought in the rescued sur- versations, gratis, with the folks
vivors. &All four aircraft in- back home who were making all
volved in the recent search Ithe necessary arrangements for
mission were in constant touch Itheir return.
with each other, and at S135 Pinney said today that they
a.m. they received the message Iliad managed to salvage $140 in
that the two men were spotted travellers checks, but several
on the beach. '


Fliers Talk $50.40 Worth To Folks At



Here A While, Hanker Tc Get Back To


hundred dollars worth of cam-
era equipment, valuable exposed
film of their trip, and a letter of
credit, as well as $400 more in
travellers checks, went down
with their fopr-aeiter plane.
Friday. ouri planes from
the 26th. Air Refue Sqadron
Fearched-the4rea around Punta
Mangle, and spotted ,he surviv-
ors by yellow dye mrkrs they/
had used to color the w e.
One of the aircraft reported
it caught sight of about eight
feet of one wing of the ditched
plane, but Iater, Qity a Out two4
feet were visible.
Pinney, who owns t.Wit two-
year-old plain which was insur-I
ed for about $8,000, said todayI


that the aircraft was "not sal- .3 R. Barlow, crew chief, A-2 cl. Today their plans turned to when they get back to Ft. Lau-. "But first, we have to
vageable." IL. J. Walker, radio operator and talk of possibly going into the Oerdale, Fla., where they want to airplane, and et our it
He said that if the Air Force A-2 cl. Rex Ulmer, medical tech- restaurant business together 'live. ein flying," ha dfed
decides to search for any ves- niclan.
tige of the downed plane, he
might try to recover some of the' The boys were "a little 'stiff
personal belongings and equip- today," but otherwise in good
ment lost. shape after their harrowing ex-
perience of spending a rainy
A representative here of the night in a tree on the marshy
Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., beach.
with whom Pinney insured his
craft, has assumed responsiblli-, Pinney said they had just a- -
ty. bout given up hope of being dis-
Fr r I d a y the tired and mud- covered and had began walking
dy pair was spotted by an Al- inland, when they were spotted .
brook SA-16 crew which consist- by the Albrook craft and brought "
ed of Capt. C. L. Fox, pilot, lst ek in an H-19 helicopter,
Lt. A. L. Huskey, co-pilot, 2nd "very grateful" for the Air Force* r *
Lt. J. Fouquete, navigator, Al-c assistance.


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v1 E VIEW FROM ABOVE... Albrook's BA-16 which spotted the
, T.wo urvivers is seen frtnm another Amphibian as it was circling
nhe asot %here yellow dye markers colored the water in a wide
ue_. Rescue of the two American fliers was effected by an H-19,
also from Albrook .


WHILE U EDIC T/Sgt. WM am Hughqe, an Air Force veteran with 13 years service. keeps a
sharp e oan terrain (leftO, Engineer, 8/Sgt. OGcert Prince watches for signs of life on
the their de Ia theAlbrook 26th Air Rescue Squadron Amphibian $A-16. That's / Cl Luis
Vega. a medical techniaei who's hitting down keepuag watch at the right.


MIGHT AS WELL get some shots of the coast
Clark s thought as he aimed an Air Force ca
left On the scene commander for this mission


we're searching, was pijt 'Capt.
mera out the half-open door. ughes :t i
was Maj. George 0. Hambritk. Cm,' .e-i,


alerted In 25 minutes for the first mission call ing for a search of the Pacific coast ad ew
ttHia to Chepillo. They can be ready in as little u seven minutes. Any emeuneuq iW-r n
sion which takes more than 30 minutes to be up in the air requires an "a tpasio a
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DEFAMERS, ILLITERATES, guilelss wandrrers
through the woods of Words, how much easier it would be
for all of us if women were dwelared unconstitutional.
There are no women on the Supreme Court bench, so this
should be an easy enough ruling'to obtain. I ~ommend
the aim to all .young lawyers, except those intent on a
Nevada practice.
I was crouched over a crock in Rolando's Hideaway
the other day, wondering whether Red charged his custom.
ers double or just the regular gouge when they had'to help
push his stone age conveyance round town. You pan tell
his cab is stone age, by the comfort of the upholstery.
Then, as I pawed another pour, I fell to mulling over
a recent proposition that had come to my attention. i.e.
that in our new, modern post-1812 army, -even talent has
a place.
This, I have been reliably informed, is an innovation.
Hitherto the road to military success lay largely in bab.
bling the prescribed inanities at cocktail parties, and in
abstaining from pouring vodka into the general's hat. That
is, unless the general was in residence in same, in which
case vodka-pouring rates as a profession much-overcrowd.
ed with junior officers.
Just to let you see what the new army is like, let
me draw your respectful attention to the case of Pvt. Willy
Nowotny, 21, lately of Ft. Kobbe.
I know nothing personally of Willy, and am probably
not even spelling his name right. But word seeps through
the overcast to me that Willy is a man who is quite a soc.
cer player.
I Soccer, for the uninformed from the rah-rah back-
woods, is the most popular game in the world. We are
referring, be it carefully noted, to sports with official
standing before the Olympic Committee, or other duly ap.
pointed groups. Free lance opinions of what constitute the
most popular sport will not be acknowledged.'
As I was saying, soccer is the game where 11 men a
side take their football brains and a round bahl into the
field, and play 456 minutes each way without benefit of
coaches, substitutions, time out, or foolish females gyrating
shrilly on the verges of the affair.
There is another sport known to Americans. It is
Anyhow,. give Willy a soccer ball, and he can make
beautiful music, such as several goals,
Add to this his versatility as having been a member
of the Hitter Youtlh 'Wtn a kid hi wartime GQrmany,.a
member of the Communist Yotith when a. slightly older kid
in post-war East Germany, and a member of the United
States Army in Ft. Kobbe, and you have quite a parlay
in some sort of league. You name it. There are' libel
laws.
Space' oes .t permit detailed explanation of how
Willy oamen Kobif( except that it involved adoeubl night
swimming of a river that forms the frontier between East
Germany and West Germany.
But it is beyond challenge that he played with a pro
soccer team in West Germany (unpaid, because he was
under 21) and after reaching the United States, played
soccer 'round Washington, wheos soccer no coubt tracts
numbers of fans who have give up on the Senators.
Additional to his prowess witt the round ball, Willy
got to be a. baker. d. ,. i
Well, Willy had not been at Kobbe Ion f before tho
powers that be Colonel Elegar was then in command#
if my information is not astray recognized his specialty.
Even thu soccer is a game not too wafll," _n.r nd
the Kobf oers' club, some stalwart ,pOwtiPMR14W -
mand kh i; east that it was played on -a gra- field.
So, infused with the spirit of the new army, which
decrees that a man shall be employed if possible at the
task to which he is best suited by temperament and train-
ing, they got Willy swiftly out on to the grass fields -
cutting same.
Once the Army had goit the idea of Willy's prowess,
there was no stopping them. -The.Army knew soccer was
played with a round, hard ball. Where was one such to
be found on Army property, to put Willy to the test?"
By the time they had finished looking for such a missile
at Ft. San Lorenzo, the whole place was cleared of grass,
mown and in better shape than :. had beept for years.
The brass pressed on with developing Willy's talents.
Knowing him to be a baker. they shifted him to Baker
Battery of the 504th Artillery. No one can say that every
man does not get his chance in the modern army.
Meanwhile Willy had turned his thoughts to trying out
for the Unit States soccer team to play at the Olympic
Games in Melbourne, Australia, in November 1956.
Aided and abetted by anrratlt and Industrious-news-
paperman (specialty: sportswriting) named Irv Letovsky,
who currently finds himself on general reporting -- that
is, reporting all about generals- WiHy started his ap-
plication up through the rapids and eddies and undercur-
rents of 'Regular Channels.
Soccer-wise, they've got a great goalie up those chan-
nels. All thed applications came right back. No goatl
But with perverance, tetovsky- and Willy between
them charted and dredged the channel to such an extent
that Willy, early this month, got orders to report to.,the US
Olympic soccer team tryouts in western Germany, and
there he is right now.
AuI this, mind you, was achieved without his having
to demonstrate his prowess by, for example kicking a
soccer ball straight between General McOarr and Colonel
Elegar on a r7egmilentirl parade. Can't accuse either of
these senior offIoeraef not +keepingtabe ot the troops'
talents. They recognized Willy for a top-line soccer player
as soon as they got the reports on how well he-cut .grass.
But don't think it'a just one Zone-baspjd G y4'. may
be representing the United States in *eftr.'i1*I Mel-
bourne Olympics ." '^' .-. :
Heartened by Willy's select irL dP.!_ W" the
vivid interest displayed '-1 Oneratl'G" T a~ii d ..o6onel
Elegar in the rasI-^ltain-.. r, 'Pt.. John
Logue, of the 7o4rwtry-
crack college soc ;'"I".m' re .
And t ere avrt'fc Scotemen^ Wr.M.mus
also interested in.r" INaturaHy, fl %wgout
of practice, for li T i forbidde non


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SCANTON, ill -(UP- -The- Can-
ton city council is plagued with
a fire truck that Just won't wear
out.
lsp tles m h nhb'i The truck was purchased 15
s aumslS i.. years ago with funds donated by
Sl*to Canton' area farmers. In return,I
_M.W^ I MMaiWVJ the Canton city council agreed to
e m give free rural fire protection dur-
ing the life of the truck.
Now the rural fire protection Is i
S. becomngtoo much at a financial
.* ft eig burden, but the' truck won't wear
g9,. r out.
AtC~ ege.Club Alderman Manley Staley pro-
_At., .,e meeting of the posed that the truck be declared
Cf Cole. Club, Dr. Rob- worn out even though it still has
ertL. .olg witalk on "Inter- a lot of life left in it.
intlag Marine Life in Panama "if the city keeps on repairin
Waterr" supplementing his lee- that truck it'll last forever,"
tur. with marine slides made by Staley said, "we've got to take
hiaN .f. some sort of action."
7. Koeaig, who is Chief of In- Staley's proposal was shelved
ternai Medidcne at Coco Solo Hos- until the first of the year.
pital, wias-born In Dallas, Texas,! - - -
and Wduated f r o m Southern house 573 San Juan Place.
Metlist Univeraity and S o u t h
Western Medical College, both in Card Group Mtets
Dallas. After serving f o r two On Wednesday
years in Washington, D. C., The Curundu Woman's C Iub,
Where he specialized in Tropical Card Group will meet on Wednes-
Mediinel, ,he applied for resident day at 9 a.m. at the Community
cy at- Goegas Hospital and spent Building.
the last two yearss in uniform at Co-Hostess will be Mrs. Cecilla
Fort. Clayton Hsapital and as At-' A, Metcaft, and Mrs. Melida A.
lanticle.-A Surjen. Bembenek.
Eaeseially an outdoor man, en-
joying -hunting, fishing, archery Medical Group To Hear
and fencing, Dr. Koening a Iso Talk On Leprosy
maintains a k e e n interest in The 586 meeting of The Medical
painting model railroads a n d Association of the Isthmian Canal
sport cars. His chief hobby is pho- Zone will be held at the Palo
tography, which developed from Seto Leprosarium on Tuesday at
taking pictures for his H i g h 7:00 p.m.
School Annual, and which he A lecture termed "Presentation
,uses to great advantage in the of a Few Cases of Leprosy at Pa-
pursuit of his latest acitivity- lo Seco" will be given by Dr. Ez-
akin diving-which he is particular- I-r Hurwitz.
ly interested in seeing developed A buffet lunch will be served
locally at 7:jI.m. The regular meeting
The meeting will be held Tues- and scientific program will fol-
day at the Red Cross rooms in low.
Cristobal. To avoid. traffic congestion at
S- Palo Seco bus transportation will
Tower -Club Meets be available. The bus will leave
Toemrrow At Cathedral from in front of Board of Health
Mr. Mel Millard, guest speaker Laboratory at 6:00 p.m.
at tom0 rrow evening's meeting of
the Tnwer Club'(couples' club
aU latvd. with St. Luke's Cathe-, .. _;_.. ..v.
dral~Episcopal, AnconI will dis-
cuss.,and show. color slides on a
ubnect of absorbing interest-the
A.-Bomb teats at Yucca Flat.
The 'club is. happy to welcome
-back as Master of Ceremonies for
the t0emnig the, Very Rev. Rich-
ard MacDonald, Dean of the Ca-
thedral.
Kindly 'call either Panama 3-
3477. or Panaina 3-6148 before to-
morrow Poon for supper reserva-
tio'ns ($1.00 per person).
Wilmla M 1e .Club-
Meete:Tgagerriw<
The -Wilma Miles Navy Wives'
Club wll hold ,its regular month- WITH THE EXCL
ly meeting tomorrow at 7:30 at
the zomaunity House, Ft. Ama-
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Piaais Cha National So- -
journers wil be held at the -
Quarry heights Officers' Club at
6:30' p.m.. on ,Wednesday.
An interesting speaker has been
obtained for this meeting. Guests
and 'others elilgble for member-
ship are invited.
No reservations are necessary.
it_. -I. 20 months
Royal Pal O.E.S.
Meets Tuesday 0 Visit any o
The Pacific Royal Palm O.E.S. Visit any
Club will hold its regular meet- I PAN A
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thi ,-T4IliGuest .House,
There will beta no-host desert.
Everyone please bring a white RATICIPATING CARRII
elephant and meet In the lobby
All Eastern Stars are w el-
come.
Atlantic P.T.A. The new original PAN
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Association will meet tomorrow Clipper.* ticket in your
Mrs.30 E. Esser, Superintendent minimum of trouble and
of Schoolsa will be the guest speak'
Group meetings for each school Fa tfull ddtaifs h ow you can raA
wil be held. Bringyourw h i t e
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Arti And Crafts
Greap Will Gather
Toserrew Morninag
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BY KAY SHERWOOD
NEA Staff Writer
Making allowances for inade-
quate gift allowances is one exer-
cise in parental understanding, in-
genuity and patience every child
tests. Especially when Christmas
rolls, around and Mary's gift list
Looks like a copy of the telephone
Book. Probably the director of
the U.5. Budget could t reconcile
a seventh-grader's Christmas gift
list with the money allotted to
cover it.
This Is one of the reasons a
wise homemaker will start clip-
ping ideas for gifts. youngsters
can make, so that the children
can stretch the available cash.
Such gifts, I think. should be fun
to make and inspire a proud "I
made it myself" glow when the
results are wrapped up, Here are
two ideas I ran across recently
that seem to fit the need.
One is a holiday apron which
can be made by a girl who need
only know how to thread a
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Kipper-apple salad is a Friday thick whipped sour ream. Chmt
speelal at a. dude ranth on Liae and chopped chives.
Forest in the Adirondack momn- Cover contents of salad bowl wtt
tains. Mabel' ind Bill Von WitVle- Serve with thin slices of bu
ben, who own the ranch, tell us pumpernickel bread.
that guests play hard and eat big .
and always want something dif- NowaN y nSa. im C dl'.iaek
ferent. (YIeld: I genereus sack alse
!Mabel, who supervises the ktch- canapes)
en, reports Noirwa kippers d 'g -id .
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Cubrigan War ad one of his models messe phnoog rs tprngs r7 ne ep- -w lsr aw. lo rerc. e.,_i cn M a
to get an a stance look at the famous designer's new eresaeas. can be a gift for a small friend are her recipes. orw
and her dolly, or for teacher or are ,din
BY ROSEiTE HARGROVE presents 54 3 per cent of this fig- auntor m o t h e r. Inexpensive e Par1 esan esp, l
PARI, (NEA) -o Fashion is big Outside France, the poliial material used. Green. red., and e .
business in the-Paris of today. In division of the world has mse e n Christmas-design gift-wrap t a p e a
a n il econha ttered by the d disappear an ce e of i t ea CUd an d ri b o n a re a so mus ed Ta
battle of tade balances. addition, there are the monetary would be about a 20-mch square Gis fashioned with her ow hands ease the strain on this young lady's budget ad mas. her thick sour cre la, wga
And now it ranks second in this restrictions. For little friend, a piece about presents unique. Desk box for daddy or uncle, left, is trimmed with family mslapeh ts. olid and pepper, lettu~ aves. a ti wit teWl
country's exports, surpassed only Prices today make in original 15x12 inches is large enough. apron, right, is pretty, take s nimum of hand sewing and can be sized to At eiter som9lMe's dol ,. d L, ,.
by industrial raw material. gown inaccessible to the middle- Edge the muslin with red or or some very special grownup in the family. Arra"l-,a slt- ad kl ,ovrX,
No two industries could be less income group anywhere. Thia was green tape to keep material from ..- -... .- - bowl.gAunai '-'. l r bpidle; Io
alike. Fashion operates pratical- not true before World Wa 11. ravelling and it wont be nees-ach side for tapesnapshotsand clearing trianglesA
lt wlhout raw m materials. It is With prices now starting s ir ary to sew a hem. Above otton rd of ribbn at each side or tape, snapshotsv glue and ear in trianglmember ls a
founded on a Tradex: the clever for a dress, 5450 for a suitr g, stick on decorative bor- tying. eed varnish, ever memb of amlly t s ont
eamstresses) plae midinettes for an eveningrsto tape such as white Poinsetts on is a desk box dad would be proud sides-with the wrapping paper. with borders of redtape. If the per and
(seamstresses) replace heavy ma-y understood ve wit ne lt the office. Or, with a Use palid, checked or solhd- gift is for a school pal, get or a c u -
chinery. In the more important There are no spectacular for- a red background. Crisscross thin few changes, t the current fresh- colored wallpaper or shed vsidngI take sna shots of the coach, and
houses like Dior. and Fath, there tunes made in France's h a u t e strips of tape to makes tars a- few chan thero could pla nt it scraps, neatly trimmed, to line of teamatesin action.,
is one sowing machine for every couture today. High taxation and round the apron. on his dresser to catch plockt the inside.a o,.s t eammaes orinatonV t
10 workers, oBpn h is drssr oto a tch -c.r.- th-insid -e. a Brush cl e n o v ege the:f. --. m
30 workers. social insurance absorb more than . d bstu oers. What is needed acentet ctapn.r h B
oesone-third of the price of a model Thread. the a-p u gather stuffers. What I needed pi acs t ad
France'snt many ha2 minds. Only 6500For every 100 francs, a couturier the p o the .a a box or si e dmilar rectangular box, Edge box with colored gift- the snashots d. ve loath-
not nt many hands. 0 For every 100 fans, a couturier wn wrping paper, ,wallie;r.wrap or plastic tape. If the gift erLike- k toIttiP .
workers re diree employed in pays 16 per cent in state taxes, running s itc an sew a.,e or she ving paper s r a.ps; s or. bad, arrange snapshots cut per. s :" ... . ...
the dressmakt"g house s. At 41 per cent overhead. Actual la- running stitch and sew a h a 1 W or shelving paper scrapss .eagty .
Fath's, r lpatAince, there are six bor takes another 35 percentfJ RL e B : RIL LAWRENCE the yellow cndy they elly want
S'dresses, two for When a collection is a failure, the A- to keep i order to reproadh'us
ta dot furs and 5 loss is considerable. At-beds mothforn
.,eVp r t. But there are A now menace to the high t e l t L rCtO 4 OW. / mohd f we l 'em.t'e ro i.
I sewing girls as against fashion business is the ready to- .
splw01.h wear industry. This has s7ade
e r emais that maby vast strides in recent years, both
couturiers have a style-wise and price wise. T h
Inf business. FPu4 hunter this-somewhat, the fast- n- "w t are you rot y .
for this is that ion cars have opened their own the dy away for? You don hate your
women prefer to boutiques where smiready to- tisfied candy. You hate me You don't
tcar or a cottage la i ear models are available at a- "ma ak e want to hur the candy; you W a
Sa wathina machine bout one third of the current e of with 'Wt hen to
tor. Unlike the price upstairs. They've also gone she refused he temper, Then go pick up your ay like
couldn't care mle into eaccesssetdes -bu He hurled his the floor a sensible child and t.
g an o iginal model. Relative --and rai upst. increas- children only put..p ess ca,
It takes about 100,000 hours to ness are Genevieve Fath, Dio r, a ring bitterest la.celm- t hirn o p ulfuas
J out a collection of about 100 Balmain and de Givenchy. B a 1- ead him with ok f s. tis if they k ear put pa it islt
.IM 'Some elaborate evening main and Mmine. Fath cater to Our grandparents ca ed this openly amusing words.
Muirs as much as 500 women who want high style with- kW of havior ,cutting off your I
hours. So the cost of a out exaggeration. Dior Is the dzc- nose to spite yo*r face." w o
mounts to arond tator while balena sets styles They were away off on its sputi- Lots of people know nothing about
1ythat become "Fords three years vation.thm
t is the foreign powebuyr later.We cut our noses off, not to spite An alcoholic so, for example,
od h u De Givenchy, snon Ofd ait e ourselves but some other fellow. may not have the faintest idea
model he (or she) selects tocratic family, is the wbite hope We don't want to lose our noses th h
reproduced a hundred of the French contrie. Under 30, any more than Alan wanted to a I
times by the ready-to- i he borrowed $9000 to make his any more than Alan wanted opto a dominating mother he dtes not
stry in his own countryI first collection. We did it with Our troublip, s we're sared to A
thus made available to wdm- cotton fabrics costing less than a mOa tvoiluabe we'r seaotwor torhsloied a poots
Sarund the world. dollar a yard because he "couldn't .Our trouble, is we're scant hred to Ankaiingo w ifes m pefoer ncostl
aq the world. dollar a yard because he couldn't the other fellow. So what we do is illness to spite a husband w ho
of 30 of the haute conu- afford to sp more. But he reproach him by hurting o r- doesn't make epgh money.
etbvels a yearly turn- anhd- l trha e selves. As this inflicts pain on us A man will make his business
S1 on dr t nI instead of relieving as of our ori- failures acse h fanly fr
od 1.8e t m under the younger set le e giS be. n ginal anger, all that happens is giving the college education to his
of export$..merica re- moving ahead ever.'inee. that we get madder than ever, yener brother.
Nobody contests the fact that llwu usem packages fresh fees the fet make low., nemaeI ary lBns of the I bil.. AAdditei no leausidl Children who do not dare to o- en ess, unacbrtg
Paris is a fountainhead of crea- ipteftwo,; seps d gaeles elementary Seboolin ILafayette, Ind. asneeded effderoimplesolutionoto-prMe ofexpalle s abs t penly attack us often try to hurt and displaced, uis a mkowet d e
S Otion. 'But what tlie future of the -"Jl va g.Oret plywood and w a now walls ascent loa, half the et oftraditnal e beastie IUas boy hurtingtherllvs, oive fire in aumas lf e f
O haute couture is, nobody knows. Like Alan, they will throw 'way alethish we never tae
S BY KAY SHERWOOD to me much like other good, con- utility core, a section of glazed riIg-4verything except the- for h m a rct
*AAETEhi. (EA 'temporary schools. The long, low corridor plus the counter-flow oilhr Mittre for pupils and teachertl etage h g makeqe ayi ec
% UP t- "(LAFAYETTE, Wd. (NEABust- tines of the exterior are accented furnace, hot water heater, plumb- and t r ma. .
'f-,- ling into the brad-n w Edgelea El- by brick veneer, grooved p 1y- Iing and washroom equipment, ca. In line with modern 'soh o ol I .
ementary S0hool along with 250 wood and extensive window walls. binets and' shelving, fluorescent planning, the typical classroom I
TEEN-AGERS have a problem .bona Ade pupils is a s t e a d y Each unit includes two rooms, u-lights, asphalt and ceramic tile embraces 768 square feet with /an h da
that women of any other age scar- 'stream of educators, administrat- ----additional 128 square feet o pae_, '
_L eat or locker-room space. The, u- '
- cely consider a problem at all: ors and interested citizens from t or locker-room a ace. Thewndww
-- they generally have great bushy all parts of the country. f h w w a ma
as h o he ad of hir.vr .o hrbrferosted glass to dife lh.t ind A mother's peror aS
.OR may have the vote. This can ]e seek.alkvor town in They're sizing no the flexible-.- -u-_ ..r',. e MIOfll t eIkind, ofA behavior "-..


i certainly ai 't have a bobs that are pI di and full that expandable building that was e- da'mie. l ungm an an y r"= i Baby to let up -,'.-i.i ---
.ilmost as precious -- they bristle up with electricity at reacted in weeks instead of months heighkned by the s of pna -to-,h wh hen ae ato -.ia Th b mother who fekis th.'
I the ends; in slit ends of long hair; at about half the cost per class- May Kins O omplments; hlkards and eork- if he wanted to .. g the ctgt up O kpi th kid .
Many Knds O.Compliments; a ..Ceilings.arentreated.with I f a t at c n-t porhndsome
for someplace to put! Tbobs that are solong and full1 room of the national average for sardob aubring" ar tr t -l wa th "ab for a whise hios ba-' hunodoer aut. s.
g is a fight most men: in hair that's so thick .t no hat school construction. soundproofing maters and the B et.tio with hi te Ir hes in order cjust demttttisb.
S They have packets all goes on it but goes on p-of it. Be Sure Yours Are Remembered .iVs s t came lessPainful .to ol in the bottom { "-ek
and don't imagine that; Now and bhen, teemiw .sack a- Because the problem of building blanke ts to tim Wi to a could be the baby wh' 'W4 at is mended atin time to gt
S some at all to have to way at the adltt pa ~ Ishars, modern schools is of acute per. um.ed, be a boy wb p hotd. : eama rls sit
rifleial, one by the; but the bulk remaliN there, thick sonal interest to parents, li k e -- I I -e... asah d .,flit
r women Who are at and unkempt.b myself, of school-age children, lJ S In this school, each iwom has Some hard worked mothers 'time for a with fSager apaits
have both hands full of A professional is -the man to traveled down here to t a k e a One of the pleasant things in life that compliment you will not only an emergency door leading di- seem to have a constant time of at sool.
the idea of attaching tend to this matter. He, has the look. paying a compliment that ob- remember, but you'll always wear rctly outdoors. The principal told it with their baby's accidents, if irpt her to the atalaiu s -to
9 anite piece of impedimenta tools, the skill and, best of all, can iously makes someone else feel'the blue dress with pride, and you lb that in a pinch the school they aren't hit.tirg t ,.M ,lp x.rcseo great ebo m .-d I e*-**
ik-sough to cause hair-tearing. 'give the back far it that Located in a new, still-growing good. maybe ven go out and buy some- .could be emptied i 15 -oIt with a toy. they're fafiNt dtlists demanding till d s of the
Iles the apro n, bless thegive the back fair t e a t m e n t subdivision, the Edgelea school is' But not all compliments hit their thing else in the same shade. the stairs Sometimes it's am age child. Lap in a supply ac ecott
uedtas with two deep pock- Teeners, ardent do-it-yourselfers, a pilot model of assembly line mark. Some are spoken with so Instead of paying a direct com. What helpskeep material. costs sometimes it's tense Babr. CB- smoks or old msas irts. 1It
,bAth as strong as a two-and- fight like tigers to avoid begin production of school h ou s i n g,little feeling they don't carry any pliment a friend says something wn are the economies -m sultation with a doctor who's a them wear duea and lits
ar-old's will. Bless the locked in a b e a u t y parlor with: which the builders hope will help warmth. about you to someone else, and the t mass buying and te b-, good listener may help. for play n the .
cket with pockets as, women they consider to be slight- to solve the shortage of cla s s-. good word finally reaches you, ceO of elaborate embe lla h- D -.' f trt- ,r, :
as as a barn. ly older than time. rooms at a price hard pressed Some are so routine they seem secondhand tents, according to the manufac- Baby gets a lovely new to y teasyel the _W 6_5"1
do you need to carry?" But it is possible to get a trim communities can afford as much a part of the social scene r .. There are -no ma rb l from. has grandparents. It maa the to the to foInt all
astoie lofty male of his wife, and a thinning job without being as "How do pou do" or **I'm glad LBut a secondhand compliment. bing fountains, for extamPle. b a horsie or a toy car, hut WI ttbot o the aatl pile
she once again rejects wear- worked upon tor hours. Heart of the plan is a basic, to have met you." unlike most secondhand things, s although each room has a sturdy too old for him. Get a-mapshot The ire many aa wa
a dtesa minus pockets Well, Some gals have another prob- two-classroom unit, designed b even better than a firsthand one Ak and bubbler founta. oM f Baby admiring it a then t thaut want to-dress
particular one has to carry a lem The:r mothers insist on go- Waltre Scholer and Associates for Some are spoken grudgingly, for you assume that the person ^- ^Builders -claim that b store it away unta ; he's id t por. th'- eBt ad clta. UR .
ibau for her ch il d, her ing with them and bossing the one of the nation's largest build- making every one uncomfortable. who speaks well cd you to others s tuction costs are trimmed b enjoyW it a. courage -tsSetby a'd eau I
list, money for the stylist as though the teeners were ers of prefabricated homes (Na- Some are so general they are really means what he says. And r se.the basic. units are tr a wise atns ..s. that -a-
Ffbcehm (N oetsgnr thlalso to know that ,t-fW tot Sfteomp tOt11
0aMuse keys, graham only wig supports. This can cer- tional Homes Corp.I Each unit scarcely noticed, "Nice place you t is also nce to know that s ,o te" site" complete the. t eat as iM
and a driver's acense. tainly make one develop a distaste has its own heating, plumbing 'have here" or "Good speech you one else heard the compliment. c tueL ready for unmediate One bane of toddlers' dmI -
.mach, but too mlach fovone for beauty saons.. and storage facilities which per- made last night." .. is lost objects. Wherever se ti Mgal. . t ema be
hand. So she goes The answer r is, of course, that mits a flexible, expandable lay- If you want your own compli- And then there is the long-e- .. ash tray go? And why i l big disasters wit e
et with her aproo on. mothers can't drag their daugh- out. The Edgelea plant, for ex- ments to be appreciated and re- played compliment that grows T bje do r" that ve ware missing one fork? and bottle can be hemodo with easM.
bag slides off when iters off t-a professional stylist if ample, now has four basic units; membered pay attention to those value as it grnws in age. ThatMect be hired to place theUits whatever becaamt of the pua* When buying r. ch
-wa ter stops to retrieve a the hair has already been trim- i joined i ano 'L" pattern to serve j you receive that you long re- friend who remarks on the wodar- the land properly, from bo cusn? Mot ta turnt up tbas pei nts:
f:Tm the gatter. A handbag l med and thinned. The mothers'250 pupils. As the subdivision member ,tl apple pie he had at your houn W aei thetk and practical p-- wh-en houseleog tk ptt color; Ps Ner D W a
orni Toot-iny pockets only objection is that it doesn't grows, so will the school atil the a year ago makes far mor of as ( w, adM to supor se * O hav e r. ida tt .
contents atthe check-ge t done unless the do th anticipated number of aine basic A lng-remembe.'ed compliment inprssion than the guest who ". Which do you pefer: and alert I Wei, garo se s,
Too-tight ant es grasp rduonia. .Unite- are added. is often one .that is given in a ses ee pie while he is eating --b--aby or that nasty old I 12 good heam.
.i H dime a g a vi'e grip. draggoning. -' a unusual way. at..am d then forgets about it. ONLY 75 pt i No s e if pe
.a| edre that's offered A-little exercise of the feet and| Building coast here were $18,- Instead of saying "how nice yog There are all kinds of compli- STURGIS, Mich. (-UP.)- Stur- Pir clothes that take day -
$ik thath as no pockets ought legs, conveying the tner to a 444 per classroom as compared to look tonight" when she sees youm ents and it only takes a little is school officials checked back Baby doei enjoy the company today beatbg at behest, mu
the designer to a life professional every now and then, the national average of a bout' at a party, a wise friend telephones thought to make snre that yours iUgh the records an decided t of other babies, evn if ty other prer darker eates ca-
I 'ds ks.u t'm e oorecrds show edy there onyie, ger I am cli S] Yat. o y tscl but
everything on on eavoids this scene. It is also the.35.OO0. The contract was award- the next day- and says, "I just had are the kind that are long remem- as about time to replace grade seem to ignore each other. If Ba- doat look mussed by thie.tlMe
amere severe yet. the only way of getting it done. The ed in late June and the completed to call and tell you how lovely you'bered. desks. Therecords showed by is the only e, give hi hi et o s he
Mato stay on its rack,, best friend cannot thin hair, un- school opened Sept. 6, on time looked last night That shade of All rights reserved desks bad been in use since, 'nancps to pla: wth neighbors in Permanent cotton pJeata are bia
t. less she's a professional herself.' On the surface, the school looks blue is wonderful on you." Now NEA Service, Inc. f. their homes or in yours. favorites with ths l)KthmiS ,
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Yelrowkale, in Capada.. District 1 ie a bgold.eTh 14000
of Macen ie, g i gold e taii a.d e a SAVEl YC pEE..D!
of the world's largest remain- and most import u OWOSSO..Mich. -(UI Owos-
Ing emRty quarters, says the Na. a"idmotnt. so firemen sped to the scei e when
.tionai Geographic Society. Its 3.. island of Timor, shared b a woman reported "my baby is up
300 inhabitants are surroundledby Th. 'brad .1pdonesia, boas in the tree The baby. firemen
2,250,000 square miles settled- liors hien 'who 'ank with the A- learned upon arrival, was a para-
) only 13,300 people, merican cowboy In skill. T h e v keet.
S- t "unt wid wae Itfaloes with ..-
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v J the upland say & roam stau.- ness at 30,000 feet. Without protec-
se ku it -fni-s an e of-Indone- tion at 50,000 feet he would be-
se"king a s -I sscattle. come unconscious in 11 to 17 seec
?erou aa ,^eny t- .eonds and in a few minutes die -At
lbove 1 M nu traces or the ditm o- 63,000 feet, blood at body temper-
above sphere extend 60n miles (ro dma'ture effervesces like champagne.
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PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping classes doils
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BOX 2031, ANCON. C.Z.
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL.- C.Z.
Serious person will guarantee
$60 monthly for a $2000 in-
vestment. Your full capital re-
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American residing Atlantic side.
For particulars write W.R.,' P.O.*
Box 715 Colon. R.P.
A JUNGLE AIM JAUNT THRU.
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PORTOBELLO F STI VAL...
Aboard El Panama's deiuorvCis-
era "Pescadora" "Virgnia."
CANAL TRIP Leave Balboa Deck-
17-7 a.m. Thursday, .October
20... Thru Panama Canal with'
lunch $10.-PORTOBELLO TRIP
Leave Colon Stranger's. Club
9:30 a.m. Friday, OStober 21...
Visit ruins of P Bello, fas-
cinating procession of "The Black
Christ". Return home same
Christ." Return ho m e same
COMBINATION CANAL AND
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FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION G. I.! Just built
modern furnished portments. I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water,
Phone Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT:- Apartment, con-
crete building, near race track:
2 bedrooms, suitable for chil-
dren $60. Apply International
JUewer',"155 Central Ave. Phone
2-1803.
FOR RENT:-Modern furnished
and unfurnished apartments.
Alhambra Apartments,
10th Street, Phone 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
mept including refrigerator,
lopcek, parlor-dln-gi room, bed-
room, kitchen. Tiled, screened,
$60. Inquire 112 Via Belisario
Porras near Roosevelt Theater.

Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY:-Marmoset
monkey. Phone Curqndu 2190.


FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:-Aquariums and ac-
cessories. Phone Navy 3538.
FOR SALE: Concrete miner
Koehring 10-S, rubber tires,
first class condition. Call 3-6022
Monday morning.
FOR SALE:-Mare, 3 years, blue
roan, large, gentle, perfect for
learners. Call 15th Naval Dis-
tritt 2558.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-Boat 16' lon; 4'8
wide. Call Curundu 4136 from
4-6 pm. .

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Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room.
independent. $30 monthly. Tel.
3-5646 Panama.


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TODAY at the "CENTRAL"
A THRILLINGLY DIFFERENT ROMANTIC
ADVENTURE:

"MA WITHOUT A STAR"
PLUS: TAIE BASEBALL WORLD SERIES
NEW YORK YANKEES vs. DODGERS of BROOKLYN


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IBADUATED from the U.S.
valW Pre-Flliht School in
enUacola, Fla., recently, was
1Val Aviation Cadet David L.
Aiton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I.A.JK. Albrltton of Mar-
iV&-.le attended the Uni-
ity of Tulsa, Tulsa, Okla,
Wore entering the Naval A-
iGlon Cadet Program
rough the Naval Air Station
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sed to the Whiting Field
A.B. Naval Auxiliarv Air Sta-
on, Milton. Fla. for primary
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Announcer: flrtc IJoigias, Jeanne Crain, Claire Trevor
bring yoa man-woman excitement without equal in MAN
WITHOUT A 6AR.. featuring the singing voice of Fran-
kie Laine .. MAN W".IIOUT A STAR in color by Techni-
color continued today at the CENTRAL Theatre, 1:15, 3:10.
5:05. 7:00 and 80-5 p.m in combination with the picture of
the Baseball Wor'd Series between New York Yankees and
Dodgers of BLooklyn. Advt.



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CARDINALS NAME HUTCHINSON Frank Lane (right), gen-
eral manager of the o.. Louis Cardinals, looks at a Cardinal doll
with his pew field manager. Fred Hutchiison, at St. Louis.
Hutchinson was signed to a two-year contract.


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MOST IMPROVED Eddie Arcaro. astride )he colt here, calls
Traffic Judge the most improved horse in America today. The
son of Alibhat Traff;c 2ourt again tackles Nashua in the Jockey
Cliub Gold (.'up at Belmont Park, Oct. 15.


HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
J. Fco de Ia Osa Ave. No. 41
FOTO DOMY
Juslu Ar..-rmenm Ave. ad 33 St.
FARMACIA4 VAN.DER.DjJS


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Parqut Lefevre 1 Street
FARMACIA "SAS"
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NOVEDAD E THIS
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After a series of joint meetings
held with the Panama Boy Scouts ..
Association the 20-20-30 Club gave
a unanimous vote in f # v o r of
sponsoring training courses or,
scout leaders in Panama City.
To familiarize the members ofi
the 20-30 Club with the ideals
of the scouting movement, Ricar-
do Lay, scout executive, gave a
lecture on the history of scout-
ing, followed by two illustrative
movies, "The Jamboree of 1953"
The Patrol Method," which were
loaned by the Nnited States infor-
mation Service and the Boy
cents of America, Council 801.
Plans are being made to car-
ry out the first course around the
middle of November. Announce-
ments will be made through pro-
er channels.

Scientists Find
Elements Older
Than Universe
DELAWARE, 0. (UP) A
scientist at Perkins Observatory
near here has collected data tend-
ing to revise the belief that many
common elements were found at
the birth of the universe.
Dr. Geoffrey Keller, director of
the observatory which is operated
jointly by Ohio State University
and Ohio Wesleyan University, said
a colleague, Dr. Philip C. Keenan
has piled up considerable evidence
backing the new concept. .
Included among the elements
now thought to have been formed
since the beginning of the uni-
verse five billion years ago are
lead, iron, strontium and barium.
The earlier belief, Dr. Keller
said, was that all matter in the
universe was combined .into an
enormous ball at its origin. The
ball was thought to)have expanded
rapidly from internal pressure,
thereby filling the universe with
its material.
As the process proceeded, the
n clei of heavier, elements were
believed to have been crated when,
neutrons were added to lighter:
nuclei.
The latest theory, however, Is
that the heavier elements were
developed much later and are
still being developed.


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4923 o, 3-6007. ,
P OTEW'S OTTAGIS. One-aeli*
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PHILLIPS Oceenside e
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Eagle Day

THE OTHER n B~ieagle'rabs headlines at end for ftvy,
but the Midiaml m *n't exactly hurting on the other wing,
where Earle 8unt bt also catches passes and turns in an
excellent all-Ound jCO ,kmith matriculated from Mobile, Ala.


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NEW YORK YANKEES vs.
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Moving Story Of Anne Frank's


Diary. Playing On Broadway
i(eprifted from the findings of growing up "Mummy
New York Times") sometimes treats me just, like a
baby, which I can't bear,'") plus
By BERNARD KALB quite a few that were not T'm
very afraid that we shall be dis-
"I hope I shall be able to con- covered and be shot.") Taken by
fide is you completely, as I itself, her diary about survival in
have never been able to do in the secrtannae a few tiny
anyone before and I hope that rooms '.s ve Ii t 4 father's pibte
you l ril bl a eat support aqd shop-had more than enou g
eontort to me.' substance for a pla: scrip, and
Garson Kanin, Dlar 's" director,
--Anne Frank writing to, and and Albert and Frances Hackett,
in, her diary on June 12, 1942, its adapters, agreed on that at
SV her first entry, on her t h i r. once. However, all three just as
teenth-birthday. quickly became passionate admir-
"THE DIAR Y OF AVNE ers of Anne, and they wanted to
know every scrap of information
FRANK," which opened at t.he about her, the others, and their
Cort is partly the account of eight hideout. So they wrote Otto
Jews who hid in Nazi occupied Frank, her father and the only
Amsterdam for two years before survivor of the eight, asking him
thcy were caught. Mostly, though, to meet them in Amsterdam. (He
thatre Arts Phom it is the story of one of them-a now lives in Basle, Switzerland.)
young girl who refused to be rob- They had only one thing in mind:
V Ill TOege* bed... adventure of adoles- To add details he. alone knew to
Sdiu.A n _th 1',. ceLt'1 a it_ come to the an almost-completed script, based
"1 ii h 1 at M.,y stage, I[ kt* remarkable example on Anne's best-selling diary, pub-
pWtA 61i114 t 4relg rob ef "iue of a searcb for enriching detail. lished here in 1952.
Di, r of Apo Fr ." She's 17-.yea Anne, who was not born an A- Guided Tour
*Id 4Utau r ef L Srabdrg, dimrlk ryan andpaid for it at Belsen be- Mr. Frank met Mr. K a aI
ani tadis b h *t of y oNo fore she was 16, left behind a bib- and the Hackett last Decem-
at A= -blihng, po diry of about 150 bcar. Iten daysIn Amsterdam.
the normal he took them everywhere, told
tthem everything. e drew a
picture of his family M s.
Frank, Margot, their e I de r
daughter; Ane and himself -
and their flight from Frankfort-
tn Main to the Dutch capital
after the arrival of Hitler.
Repeatedly Mr. Frank, Mr. Ka-
apd the Hacketts returned to
P EiIi ord
of
W1110 Am am K a an i n
ela d to Mr. eraler and Miep,
thetwo Dutch people- who tour-
ageously had kept the refuges in
foot and clothing between 19 4 2
and 184s Through it il hekept
asking Mr. Frank questlons-"Did
Anne tak3 an interest in her
clothes?." "Did she miss d an c-
ing?" "Did she ever cry?" By
the time Mr. Kanin and the Hac-
ketts left Amsterdam, al of the
eight-the Franks. Mr. and Mrs.
Van Daan and their son, Peter,
and Mr. Dussel--had taken on e-
ven more life-sized reality than
they had in the pages of Anne's
diary.
When, a few weeks ago, the
cast assembled for its irst re-
hearsals, Mr. Kanin poured out
ais on-the-spot findings.
Joseph Schildkraut built hi s
.. characterization of Mr. Frank on a
Kanin-Frank incident. "An acotr
i i e -- might be inclined to play Anne's
Q father demonstratively," Mr Ka-
Quose he t he Mann nin said. "But that was not Mr.
Frank. In all my meetings with
him he was unhurried, casual, old-
oG rd The TheaterGuild ainnounees wtrldish. He talked about the
that "Rope," a mrtiler thriller hide-out and the arrest without an
Shas been choose s their next ounce of emotion. 'This is a cold

STryoIs Aor the three-act play I had to telephone Mr. Frank, I
written bY Patrick Hamilton, didn't get him to the phone for
QUOTES OF THE MONTH who is also author of "Gaslight" days. Finally I learned why. The
will be held at the Guild Work- moment we'd left Amsterdamn he
ABE BURROWS, writer of mu shop in Anon tomorrow a n d collapsed. He had been crushed,
stial shows, on the appeal of mu- Tuesday nights, beginning at but he had not shown it. He had
sicals: "We live in an embarrass'l 7:30 p.m. been as he had been in the days
ed. age. People in love do not when the Gestapo was outside the
seem to talk the same way they Director of Rope w ill be door-a tiny, tiny, modern minia-
used to, or at le~st is 'Ive been Frank Plenener. The plays calls ture Moses. If he had shown a-
led to believe they as I've been for six males and two female moment's fear then, the whole an-
don't think rye ever seen a real parts, And ih temporarily sched- nex would have crashed d o wn.
love scene. in a modern straight ruled for production the end of Well, I told all this to P epi
play, Now, for centuries a great November. (Schildkraut).
part of the thtatre-going a great Mr Kanin also brought back a
has gone in search of romance Backstage help Is also needed finding for Susan Strasberg, who,
But our s t r a i g h t playwright for the show, and those interest. at almost 17, is m a k i n g her
Seem to be too embarrassed to ed should attend tryouts.Broadway debut. "The last time
write a romantic love scene. How- you see Anne in the play she is
,,ever, the lyricitsts are still capsa-denly like a mushroom out of the smiling, Mr Kanin saaid. "It
ble of writing unabashed 1 o v e ground whenever she feels y o u sounds odd. doesn't it? Well, it
songs. You won't find any plays need her. And then you don't see seemed thit Anne's first reac-
where the leading man says, her for months. She was wonder- tion on finally leaving the annex
'I'm wildly in love with you' ful when I got the mea~les in was one of joy. At last she was
or Niht and day, you are the Philadelphia-arranging for the in the sunshine. The n,, at the
one.'ut you Can go to musicals doctor and everything. I never camps, the men and w omen
and hear them sing those phras- missed one performance." were separated. 'Anne was on a
es. So the people who want re-' moving train,' Mr. Frank recall
mance are going to musicals. And1 HERMIONE G IN G OL D, the ed. 'She didn't see, me, so she i
many a writer as devoting himself British comedienne, on the educa-. stood there smiling and waving o-
to libretti." ,tional background necessary .o v the whole crowd of men, hop-
ILDEGARDE EFF, star of th teatre: "'. got alt chool l-ing d see her. That's the way I
Stockins," on Marlene Dietrich learned to write well enough to ing. She never knew that I saw
as a'iend. "She appears sud- sign contracts." her.' I told this, the last eye-wit-
ness account of Anne, to Susan,
and that's why Anne is smiling
have thought that up. It never
would have ocD6rred to me. Yet
D tthat is the essence of Anne."
words in underilnini the bagedy.
Mr. Kasnh makes it clear that
the play is not a war play or e-
Un i o n a sad play. "This plmakes
RV euse of element, having mainly to
with human courage, fait h.
e brotherhood love and self
sacrifice. We disc vered as we


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;neuer 'cleated."


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Latest Film 'Man
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If there was a single element
which marked Universal-Interna-
tional's "Man Without A Sta r"
during production it was the elec-
tnc quality of the atmosphere on
the set.
This was directly traceable ev-
ery hour of every shooting day to
Kirk Douglas who is co starred
with Jeanne Crain and C I a i r e
'I revor in the story of a vagabond
cowboy who refuses to let him-
self o0 his cattle be fenced in
The new picture is now showing
at the central 'Theatre.
The dynamic creative energy
which has marked all of Doug.
las' scree a characterisatlema
was Intensified on this ploture
because, ai Kirk himself put it,
*'The tendency in most westerns
is to let them groove into a for-
mula. I wanted this man Demp
sey Rae and this film to bedif-
ferent."
It is well known that for his
role in "Detective Story'" Doug-
las spent considerable time with
New York detectives before he
played the role, to become better
acquainted with the Character;
For "Young Man With A Horn"
he studied-trumpet fingering and
breathing for three weeks with
Harry James. He worked as a
g' neral assignment reporter on
the Los Angeies Herald Express
prior to starting "Ace In Th e
Hole." For "Man Without A Star"
he worked a full week to perfect
techniques in riding, r o p i ng,
shooting and trick gun handling
with wrangler-stunt man Fred
Carson. -
"Man Without A Star" is Jeanne
Crain's first film under her new
multiple picture contract at U-I.
of more than a score of films
this her first hard-hitting action
story of the rugged west.
She considers the role of Reed
Bowman, who runs the Triangle
Ranch with a ruthless determina-
tion in "Man Without A S ta r,".
one of the most difficult portray-
als of her career.
"It's hard enough," she said,"
"to make an iron-willed woman
believable in a western and when
she's up against a dynamo like
Douglas ittakes every, owice of
acting, abiaty a-s.irLpouesses.
For Olaire Trevr the. role of
Idonee represents a return to her
first loe, the action picture.
Most fans may not remember'
hut-the soohisticated blonde with:
the .50 caliber wisecracks launch-i
eu her screen career in the '30's
in a western with George O'Brienn
called "Life In the Raw." a few
seasons following that she appear-


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SCow y In is .-"Man Without A Star" is justIcianls w',n remember way back- Sum.." an.. BllUy, the fid.* '
OWD nout the season's P111 as- wwhen. latter .-eated a one-nan r
signment for a young actor %no Vidor, wl.. c lallclujah." "The tion in the motion pletufate i
likes a part he can "get his teeth Crowd," *Street Scene." -Proud try which was quelled and '
W without A .ar Jto. F I e sh,." and The Big Prade" lowed to revive for 23 ye
i U& A S ill neei' be fuc otten. has made dor. with Jr.hnny Mack Bro'0 a 1-
Whenever the imprint of King only two other pictures about the Bill). the Kid, rra de a sucefl
Vido"'s dlrcLoI iN hand has been wSLt. They were *Duel In t h e wiae screen picture in 1931.
ed in one of the g'eat westerns applied to a motion picture that
of 11 time. "Stagecoch." Hernd dm hast been different, dynamic e
seieen portra als, howevre. have I ddstingalshed. As a | n i q u e
tbeenoamore cosmopolitan varse- esfor itself far better than C .
S on the whje. d these notes. As a n o tI h e r
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the luckiest young Juveniles In significant career it recalls an in- :00I
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the Royal Scots Greys, gets a lesson in how to handle a British Centurion tank at one -;
of the gupnery schools in Dorset The gun he is!,working on here is a 20-pounder.


WHO'S APING WHOM?--Mademoiselle Toto," a six- ear-old gorilla, cuts up with
Ernest Karoli, 11, at a circus in Los Angeles. She had wandered off from her cage at
the circus for a taste of night life. She met Ernest and returned to circus with him.
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who won the "Miss UqiVe. t1-J955" crowp, goes through
.'setting up exercises 1tt' 'fjfv York's Central park. She's
k riino trim for her moVrIdhbut in forthcoming musical.


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ONE OF THE world's most unusual bridges is located In Cana~a. alted the
retractable bridge in use, it enables heavy construction equipment to reach the
vital St. Lawrence river area without disrupting navigation on the 14-foot Cornwall
canal. The 100-ton-capacity bridge opens in less than two minutes to allow a ship-to
enter its lock. Operator presses a button and motor rolls bridge-back on Steel traek,
When ships pass 'through to the powerhouse site, bridge swings back into its pstiton., .
When powerhouse is ready to serve the U. S. and Canada, bridge will be removed.



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She's sitting at- Idlewild airport waiting for her parents
to join her in a flight to IsraeL The hat's from Mexico.


S ART GETS BIG BILLING-Newest trend in ultra swank apartment house design in Ca-
- Rracas, Venezuela, is gargantuan mosaics 50 feet high. This one is on the "Viulna"
artment. It's done on pink background with tones of blue, red, yellow and black.


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uMi hool etcainted with milking machine during tour of farm ner of farm near the city.


PRETTY GIRL IS A MELODY-tbvely Melody WaRt4-tuai*
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OW LT. AMD MN JOSEPH A. TORt took a wedding trip tp
New Orleans following their recent marriage in Mendon, Mass.,
and 'will leave the States soon for Bttltngen, Germany. -Mrs.
Yore Is the former Cola-Ann Gomez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
* L mes at Las Cumbres, Panama. After attending Colegio
seona~l Ude Maria Inmaculada here and the Academy of the
Asmse Wellat y Hills. Mae., she was graduated from lussell
ia-e Collae. Her husband is the son of Mrs. Joseph A. -Yore
an. dtho late Mr. Yore of Vineland, N. J. He is a graduate o0
.acs' BOart High School there and of Rensfelaer Polytechnic
i" utB, Tiroy, N. Y. Among the ushers for the wedding was
Mi. aobti O rnu. brother of the bride. Their mother, Mrs.
n- B, was dan ou-Of-tow~i guest.


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Wynne Tel. 3-3189.


Mrs. Morgan Smith (Marjorel)
has been hired as the new Ex.
ecutive Director of the C a n anal
Zone Girl Scout Council, it was
announced today by Mrs. Wesley
Townsend, president. Mrs. Smith,
who hails from St. Petersburg,


Alplicants 'fo r membership Florida, will replace Mrs. Jack L.
must have lesa that two years Peterson who leaves the Isthmus
residence in the zone. Club meet- Nov. 18 for Rochester, N. Y.
ings are held the second Thurs- -
ings are held the second Thur- Mrs. Smith is a graduate of.
dgy of each month and a nursery University of North Carolina
is supplied for children degrees in Education and SoCf
----- gy. She has had experience to
Dean Will Be Rest Girl Scout camps and has done
To Cathedral Ladbes extensive wor on the radio At
On Tueesda present, Mrs. Smith is a resident
The Revo*. v, M. Richard of Cutundu. I
MacDM i asDeIj ol te Catlie-
dral fe tDe hel atm he Mrs. Smith will be- Introduced
dhmt f ~ ^^4 t Girr Scout Coueft memberO



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iesday: the AmeA.fic lUjosee dinner Uilt
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I.. atus Charch fant" work an lty table at
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*eided, H Botesses were Mrs
jip Bow and Howell Wynne.
Uhble decortI-ons carried outt hq
HlIloween tme.
The president welcomed Mrs.
Moses Hartman a- a new mea,.
ber, Mrs. Ed. L Donaho, Mrs.
Kemieth G. Ramer, and Mr .
Janes D.' Chapman as guests. ;
9The cl.#?. preseted Mrs. Philp ]SMEWLY ASSIGNEKD as execu-
DUr, vice-president, with a love tite.director of the Canal Zone
ly corsage and bid her farewell. t Irl Scouts is Mrs. Morgan
Prs. Dour, h, hwusbid, the ( arjorie; Smith of St. Pet
Americar' i .ld b Fla., who now m
familyr _'.'_ the n lew er hom in Curundu.

The .Nweomer are planning a ,n St. Luke's"'Dy Tuesday. Ot.
trip ap he Chagres R Ive r .a tving with Deon Mae i~
'Wednesday, Oct. 26, leaving te man' be the oAuxiliary anders of the pre
CrIstoal Yacht Club at 9 ideuta of th Morning, Evening
All members making the trip are andlf tar G ri. Ee
osked td call Mrs. Lorenz Gers- ad Altar Guld
t e3-4byMonday Oct Inttresting exhibits of the work
SThe dow.' a for the afternoon of the three builds, the U.T.O.
w-swe b... WWam S an-d the District Sewing Guild
,ford. will be on display.
Swere w t#4 othe meeting During th. afternoon, the elec-
pach, i i ip D u r, tion of president,- vice-president
N4rman Willi and secretary-treasurer of th
stanerd, a D. E. man's Auxiliary for 1955 wU
Grier, Sne Wa Phi li tke place.
Brown, Marvin Brown, E. Sensa-
baugh, John R. Snodgrass, John Invitations have been Issued to
L. Sugar, Henry G. Tryner, Al- all women of th"- parish and a
bert L. Wilder, J. P. Johnson, special welcome will be extended;
howell Wynnj and Robert Micek. to all new members. -.
The next tegulasl meetmg will
be held at the home gf Mrs. A. ---
bert L. Wilder, fouse 8585, Mar-
garita. on Thursday Nov. 10, at Mrs. Morgan Smith
1:30 p.m. Is New Director
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o.. .C l-- --- NEA staff Correspondiat aty, you see t
,. Th Stud Talnar's classy conlf oral looms 8 When Charley Thomas was about Thomas. Tohl o
s $- added one-mile Arturo making up his mind as to which 10, W-pound Senior p
thi in today 000 added one-mile Arturo college be would attend f o u r of a cloud and has pi
dwdfle Clausie for three-year-old native thorough- years ago, he thought first of his two previous se*m.
S a .t.. a"F n "r e t ko. Northwestern--only a few blocks Badger Thomas b~ind
4 at the Jpan Franco race track. from his Evanston, Ill., High. 132 yards while seeing ini
". . ". But Northwestern was counting and usually last-m.inute ai
._ brown sit:'ef Huasco-Ven- front in the run to the first turn 'op a fullback Charley Knew about'Thn e .Hrse Ameche's under
._ now- racing successfully a- by Jockey Hector Ruiz. opened a Bob Lauter, another Evanston --
I ported' erses, is cBnsi-' three-length margin and main- High product. This year, Thomas batted
a-so much bNtter than the op-' tained it all the way around. He, "So I decided to go to Wiscon- way Utrough the MarqueI
U Wmu that track officials have returned $5.60 and $3.80 In the sin and be a first stringer," he re- and 'barreled 54 yards, .
him from the betting. mutuels. c alls. "Only nobody told me about time he had his hands on t
entrymnate, Nacho, however, Best win odds of the day were Alan Ameche. But I found out in Against Purdue, he bolt
be imluded in the mutuels Discovery's $15.20 in the fifth a hurry yards for a touchdown, th
se.Y- .. race. Ruiz also rode Discovery. Which is exactly the was Big 33 yards on a fourth dow
esider.Macho, only mud-faving Portunato Hidalgo Jr. Was -the Ten coaches find themselves this kick to set up a field gooa
0eap Star and .'achalin' and Ju- only other rider to boot home season as ground-gobbling Wis- consign was bottled up1
Abaye been entered to oppose two 'winners. He piloted Don cbnsith takes aim at Ohio State, four, Thomas went to thie'
aI. r s a . e PoDo and Onda Real. Oct. 22, and the meat part of their 1 for 29 yards to ease the pi
e race a* annual event in The dividends: -'-....
ha~'rof Don Arturo-Delvalles one FIRST RACE
ete piers af horse raatng on -R,..i, R, 11.10, $5.40, $8.40. J u 1 1 a
I Von De Arturo wis alsn 2 -1Pas- "4.0 $4.480.$. .
advoca of the "improvement -tml Juan Franco Graded Entri
breed." Royal Eagle, bred SEC OND RACE I
At Arturo out at Juan Fran- I-Qum.tedes $4. $3.20. -- .
coaed with success against 2--Dix, rless$. 40
Class "A" imports at the 9Sa- "$P.40. 0.P. Worse Joekey Wgt. COMMENT
as oval in the early thirties rint Double $20.-
aIs generally considered t h e THIRD ACE st "i" R"A"C Imported 6/a F Pure $'.00 Pool Clem
st horse ever bred in Panama -D Pope $, $3.40, $3.20 .3 Ra0 I AB TUs $5
Today's eveat will be brighten: 2- e a Barbara $2.60. $2.20. FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBL
the presebe of Erre and 'Pampan a4 0. 1-Atom 0 A. Visquez 115 -Should score this time
Swho will be guests ot Aru- FOURTH RACE 2-Bartolo J. Jimenez 1022-Improving steadily
who wmanagl cement As uof th u Filen $9$ 53.80. 53.80. 3-Rosarlo L. O1raldo 11I -Hard to beat here
Sill domanate a prize to thement. 2-S Tme 4.0, $4.20. 4-Paques A. Gonzalez 100x -Nothing in months
y wni donate a pri3e to the 5l G 14.60. 5-Newmlnster 0. Prescott 120 -Weight, rider handicap
The sc ar attraction a six- QuinIels: 522.40. 6-Parag6n G. Sinchez 118 -Nothing to recommend
-Tei.s l furong Crassa oC lFIFTrH RACE 7-Vain Darling A. Ycaza 118 -Has strongest finish
t ,ould provide. all the 1-Discoverv $15.20, $6.20.
t my ber-l g SIXTHrom 2-Mrry AEr $4. 2nd Race "Special" Imp. 6 '/ F s. Puns $500.00 Pooeel Clse
rlisse SIXTH RACE
ess, now eO the .rI h t 1-TSpealma $5.40. 52.10, $2.40. SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
WIl be shooting for Ihs 2-Cveaders $5.60., 4.
e seeutive s victory. Going -Va'lley River 52.60. 1-Moon Beam F. Hidalgo 112 -Should beat these
st the Harma Carinthia star SEVENTH RACE 2-Don Dant E. Gastell 106 -Longshot possibility
be.S t, Jiqulmao, Chi- 1--Ohda Real $4. $2.40. $2.80. 13-Panzaretta A. Creldidto 101x-TI another month
p0o s ha Parsian 2-Armader $1240, $2.40. 4-Dixie R. Cristtin 110 -Has good-speed
t-, -Poien $3.40. 5-Cascador V. Castillo 118 -Will fight it out
p.bhe: S9.20. 6 -Dofia Beatris H..Ruiz 110 -Rates next best
'Nisee Myte e' t ers 1 .'. .IRTH RACr -
ay e yMiratosts, second 2-0Q Linde $23.40. $6.80. Ird Race "0" Natives 4/ Fes. Purse $275.00 Poel Close
Aet ee In .mq~tutels, raced to 3-Mimi S3.60. OI.TWO
a. pst-to-post victory In the Quinila: S 512.40.
featured 0 asvwen furlong NINTH RACE 1-Tilin Tllin A. Reyes R. 109x-Distance handicaps
t for Class "I" Imported 1-Courtly Prince $9.60. $5.60. 2--lxaola J. Jimenez 117x -Needs longer route
a. 2-Gay Spee o 4.40. $3.40. ($4.20. 3--.Sirena A. Ycaza 108 -Lacks early speed
ieactIfte finished second aft. 3-Pelemem $3. 4-Choly A. Bassin 104x -Rider only handicap
the .Inner all the One-Two: 1S42.40. 5-L. Dancer A. Gonzalez 103x-Should be close up
n'a e -me on to TENTH RACE 6-Tuira M. Ycaza 103 -Best chance in mud
.Be.tola lfor iow mon- 1-MitN sL fti 7-Mufleco A. Creldidio 105x-Rates good chance
ti the'latter had'held a :-.Iteell' ; 8-Proton B. Baeza 105x-Distance suits style
"l d' ever hIn t'o the final WR lACE ..
Da Sunset wound l0, .2 0 z 4th Rae " Natives 7 .s. Purse $275.00 Peel Close
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1-Villarreal
2-Volador
3-Piropo
4-Pregonero
5-Ebony
6-Golden Pice
7-EMiriqueta
8--Arranquin
9-Tap Lady


E. Dario 100 -Usually in the money
H. UWi 10X -Nothing to indicate
A. Ma 113 -Ran well in last
J. G6ngora 114 -Hard to beat' here
A. VAsquez 118 -Will fight it out
k G. Alfaro 118 -Nothing to recommend
L. OGraldo 113 -Has strong finish
V. Castillo 118 -Hampered by bad legs
A. Gonzalez 101x -Long overdue


I5th Rase "I-Yr.-Od Natives" Mile Purse $2000.00 Peel Closes


I-Julie
2-Jachalin
Ocean Star
S(Nache
a--(Coral


"ARTURO DIL VALLE CLASSIC"
A. Ycaza 113 -Apparently outclassed
L. Giraldo 118 -Distance handicaps
J. Jim6nez 118 -Should be runnerup
B. Agulrre 118 -Racing to best form
R. VAsquez 118 -Excluded from betting


5th Race "H-2" Imp.rted-6( Fpg. Puns $400.00 Peel Closes
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE


-"' """ I-Irish Profit F. Hidalgo 115 -Should win again
*-Marianina J. Jim6nez 115y -Longshot possibility
LM Omed wind.etrth Ca- compete lau tt gular Ma 3-Salustlo H. Ruiz 112 -Early speed only
U oma D eatser erv- lin lub ",1 te eligible 4-Mr. Foot G. Prescott 108 -Not good enough
Itaws to ae pete. in the by payment, of the $15 entry 5-Gaucha G. Sanchez 115 -Would pay nice odds
annual Mein Tournaiient. fee. &--Matruh B. Aguirre 112 -Ran well in last
_aeb' e the major 'branches, The Army Will send the Q -* 95 7-Falrlyable E. Gastell 113 -Has strong finish
kB Army, Navy and Air Force and the Q.56, the Navy, the Eu- 8--D. Maiden A. Ycaza 108 -Poor effort in last
Ia l eir sport fishing boats reka. and the Air Force, the Q- 9--Nautigal L. Giraldo 112 -Looked good winning
6' teams to the Pins Bay area 57. General Harrison's boat, The
.tie week of .Nov. a through Old Man, will get down for t h e
I The Marda Club will a- long weekend..f the Armistice 7th Race "I" Imported 6A Fgi. Purse $175.00 Peel Closes
d es to the Service Team Day holiday.
. -best attchem n the Mar- Last year the Q-56 skipperod SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
a imlfish lass with indivi- by Clifton Ochiltree, showed the 1-Tempestad A. Ycaza 110 -Post position helps
Fs "as salh f'each. meber localboyshou tor fins and catch 2-QuoVadiLas R. VAsquez 113 -Ran well in return
t* winalag team. the big fish. After several days 3--slamo J. Phllps 106 -Could get up here
of exceptional luck, Skipper Ochil- 4-gedur J. Jim6nez 107x -Good chance in mud
pTles will be separate tree found himself being followed 5-Ch. Prince G. ainchez 115 -Depends on mood
prizes offered to the by several other boats, hoptihg to 6-INewbrighton H. Ruli 118 -The horse to beat
at. large, and wIll be led to the Marlin grounds. 7--fCoronellno B.. Aguirre 115 -Could help entrymate
fo entry. ee from t h e Armed services teams will be S.-.D. Duchessa 8. Carvajal 103x -Lightweight should help
of the ,rious a r med composed of both officers and en- 9-CruMada) 0. Prescott 113 -Could be winner too
teams. listed men on an alternating
servieement, who wish to schedule.


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QUINIELA


1--Golden Fan
2-Elenita
S3-Regla
4-La Nacl6n
5---Chepanita
6-Fuego
7-(Bull Flea
9--(Jal Alai

9tk Race "H-l"

1-Vedette
2-Reflector
3-Donuy Boy
4-Greco
5-R. Emblem
6--Vertleordia
7-Irealu
8-(Amat
-- Flrera


R. Vasque. 113 -Seeks repeat victory
L. OGlraldo 113 -Fractious at times
J. Phillips 112 -Rates chance in mud
A. Reyes R. 107x -Racing to best form
A. Vasquez 116 -Regaining form slowly
8. Carvajal 104x -Could make It here
A. Gonzalez 101x -Early speed only
0. Chanis 110 -Usually moves late

Imp. 6% Fgs. Pure $400.00 Pool Closes
ONE-TWO


E. Ortega
0. SAnchez
L. Oiraldo
M. Ycaza
S. Carvajal
A. Ubidia
A. Vaaquez
0. Chanus
A. Ryest R.


112 -Dangerous contender
110 -Should be close up
110 -Must improve more
105 -Wdll fight It out
105x -Early speed to spare
105 -Has strong finish
118 -Improving steadily
105 -Distance suits style
10Sx -Contender in mud


If8t Rage "C" Imn.ped F. 4 Pgs. Pure $50.00 Peel Clesm
1-Lifeboat 14. 112 --Rate ch
2-Jaqutmatr L A n 110no -Seems best on form
'-Jaquiiaaao H. tits 103 -Longshot possibility
t-Chilling Jtm~nes lx -Depends on mood
5--Postinovfb A.. k 10Ox -Lacks early foot
i4k-P. Conteu i i la 188 -Poor recent races


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1-0l rno a AAilrre 117 -Everythibg in favor
Z--W. Stranger P. IffJlo 113 -Fastest at getaway
9---cindalo 8. *Carraal 105x -Ran well In last
4-0. Won.-er B. Be7a1 l0x -Has strongest finish
3--Lbt 0 Troibte P Ru 7 l'P -Will fight it out
-a. WudWer OuGaell 116 -Ceum core again _


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Feature Saturday
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Halfback Matt Botsford's smooth Pl*alumen beat
handling of a slippery football 14-12 for the first tie -
helped WEbrard rea .DllUrami les si l -
for the time- In story at ."
S7iy, 21-, before MORGANTO WIR .
15,000 .aO.h sat trpgh 15-t-(UP-West .Viri.
heavy ralpt e IVY three oppoltlobn
League co-X..1. touchdowns thI
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day7 t
PrrI'TSDUROH, Oct. 1~-4U 1
-P2 ete maeft streak and beataka, in to
151 mistake quaeracks would quarterback star t MINTON,
fi0-1 rst me at they t runlo r
-1 eWi he Chicagit pying tburgh to toMIt CAbl
12 dooifbs op then roundd r me str toand 11
for a t hlr_4 t Syrw as the ts wMh- iap led o tanl t 4-7 -
Snthersly thookwo mnoffutes left. awoame s- rata line t
10-1 scoring a college toucdon as streak and which beat Nebraska n believed could --- -
21-7. feth ophers.
10-1 A*ke series having tk do with WEST P ON, NT.. Oct. 15 e foot tod L r-
5-1 hs credimista going kes the. Souther quateroacks would (P)-Ji C olates Red Raide the .ll UNr Indlala -iw
-1293 ard e t, hi be Thi reply bete without one pull- first pa ofhinted footballhe t e compl e runnop Ti-
p.evious play. to me. lunedr a wincngtone today whe un- i or aM e4U * 1 tOrf.
5-1 Waluska and Jm forth the Chi playing he totouchdown. n last-minute safty. t arkagt rwrd t Arksl
fo5-1 the Western Division Chath- and then scored later h when his sshin line backs
o10-1 Haluskawilba 28 of 37 mark, a. l^l ARn OR. Mich., Oct. 1- brought the orbacks a 27-20
3-1 good for 356 yards and three TD Le e n th Be were o Michian, the nation's victory over Teas tod.





1:1 Ch afr le thre ameLsa certa 19-48 er top-ranked ollefe football tea p, Th_ Porerm staJved off solrt-
1 Charley Tias iCardals' 10-yard ln r. t e o touchdownand addjord orte out k S p 0ol r f'fat
down and only two minutes left. sets, in a rain-drenbhed 13 to .
ven The guy who .didnt know what nca Terrd'for one of ourconsera conquest of Army.nce torof
10-1scoringt college touchdown run wth t paseele which believed could I season efore
10.1 like ntl this season had three to not be intercepted. I PRINCETON. N.J.. Oct, 15 S the merowd oo tody al k-
5-1 his credit going ito the Sothern Unfortunately it was intercept- Colgate's Red Raiers. l Unt
3-2 California gam e had ained ed and cost us the' gae 241. sur-footed- fingered d whi t h -ehrtng
-1 t293 yards I -use.that as prop whThha rllyre en it counted the Academy's (UPom-The scrappintt sopho-
301 peviousaded play. at the tart, olned Princeton from the n- pores of Texas A-an lashed
SWilliaMost people suspected that the Had T to do it again, I wouldoJ .. outn with rh er-like scar
S1;45 Ameche-less Badgers would bell a OffASackle ph.. thro Oct.h the'rain and mud for a the migt
hurting for a strong ground-gainery. I -am '-ure that in our downs ,. oS a ." 6-y marc. -- ba nd ilr
bt looked to c arterbac Jm we would have made the 0 yards a victoroday to pset te
ta--f wina fumble recovery in the enda ton's lxth-ranked am, Texal
5-Kaluska and Jim Miller to hold for the winning touchdown.d er Chritian, 10 to .








5-1 ed on gthe r. one and a last-minute safety. s Wardcsgh erfO t Arkn A
3-2 them only worriedr:when his slshinhi line bucks
xxxx0 Haluska, with a 28 of 37 mark. NEXT: Eddie LeBaren. ANN ARROR. Mich., Oct. 15- brought the razorbacks a 27-2
3-I good for 356 yards and three TD's, CUP) Michigan. the nation's victory over Texas today.



















After the Marquette game, in 2y UNITSD PRISS
4.1 :In the farst three games, certain- top-ranked college football team, The Porkers staved off soirlt-
2-I ly hasn't let anypndy down. Neith-turned a first period fumble in- ed, Texw rally 1n the final oe-
3-1 er has Miller, who hit with five of to a touchdown and added n-o rcld to. c-slk tp' 0- "r -rf
3-1 12. two for touchdowns. other, on Terry Barr's 46-yard Southwest COnference victorv.of
Butw Thomas has been the sur-
rise. He has o ven the pl adgere, runhis coach with les than three in- the season before.2 0 1.00 4 14ut
e 2:20 an authne witt 'p the '- a mNEA utes to play to defeat North- crowd, of 34 0. 0
all2 Thrown in wicould be the pleasant- ahore near efr 2 befre 76,703. fans Mich. e ... 1 00the 21
these n paosa eat Michigan 1airm. n times .. .tot al.iof. 163
est thing that. his happened to tb lmchi.r b. Nrtimestr- ..02 .000 t 2
4-1 Ivy Williamson since Ameche got e n a a0 to ......0 2 .000 I* 40




















10-1 But all Charley Thomas cares towa. S-B s I Bi
1 about is playing. me beore mre than 5 Tlf a hl
2-1 really didn't know too much ab&Gt
3- I the boy at the season's start. ns today. Dws bted the .









. -o-4:05 says. Vri- --- TI TAN
-1 He didn't atted pringprac- i ATLANTA Oct. BaFORTWORTHouge TLa ., Oct. 15-
5-1 tice, so usethat as prof whyttQuarterback owserve the flah- Stemy' e Va(UP-n Burhe n's serappins rusopho-
30 pleaded poverty at the art, a mores of Texas A-Louisand-M late
3-1 Williamson says. "Charley ii the tout with rapier-lked scoring
third best-sbot-putter in the West- EAST LANMD. '1-1eh., Oet., thrusts by two of their mighty
e3 ByConferce, was too busy 5-s(UP)ln State e Don Watson and Bill
2:55 with track to col e out." brokeA'Notw D"9'. -Inmme Dendy, today to upset the as,
wininj StArI'loday with a tion s sixth-ranked team, Texa
Despite this, Williamson walk- well-earned 1-7 triumph over Christian, 19 to 16.
5-1 ed on the field to start Wisconsin's the Irish before










2-1 fa3-Til practice and announced thata
3- NcThomas would be first string. CO B 0. Oct.
4:43-2 "Im only worried about his al u
7xxx defense," Wiliamson said. -Unbeaten -Duke, T
After the Marquette game, n tate 14 pon- By ULIVE THERE?
which Thomas knocked people ed back withdu 02 W L T Pet. TP OF
3:35 down all ovqr the place, his coach of the second, tb 'm. rth Wi|Jees,,u ... .2 0 0 1.900 46 14
enthused: "He wW be as fine a (NEARa(?io-TeleIheac periods to scbe l 20-14 YWtoay Mable e ....'2 0 0 1.000 28 9










defensive man as Ameche. DO AS THEY DO!
3-2: Thrown in with three crack SETS RECORD Florence before 82,254 fans. Mich. State ... -I1 0 .$0027 .21
3-1 halfbacks Danny Lewis, Chadwick wades ashore near..
HAVE OU SEEN THE COMPLs after setting a new rec- ....... 1 1 .00
5-1 Lowe and Pat LevenhaTenPerdOWA..-II 1CR OLL---AY
20- ASK FORAThomas givMONSTes Wiconin a ord for the nlnd-to IVE SMO ASB...... .
-1 overland thumNOW AT dd HalVERY BE. Her time, 13 our d a a ....I
3-1 iad Miller to this and you've lit ISminutes. bettered the'Vrf- touchdown ,,f 1 ,Nevwestu .0... 2 0 .000 9 32
5-1 an up-and-going offense. ous record, by 11 minutes. the game, 3ll, to dea......02aI0 .000 1*48
10-1 But all Charley Thomas care tieIowaT, -0 ,- a B i i -
2-1 about is playing. game before more than 52,M00 t coe hban a same we, habo
I got some ground to make fans today. Dawsonbooted the a
up," the two-year bench-warner extra point after the final gm.












4:05 COLON STLL STANDS
ATLANTA, Oct. 5-(UP)- Baton Roue. La (NEA) -
Quarterback Howell Tubbs flash- Steve Van Buren's season ush-
Juan Franc I sleadR fourth period touchdwntil.stands as a Lousia
20-1 march when Auburn's groundreeord.

























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Claudio Martinez Tackles

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dThf n ent. QC^Pan i ty bo ipg fans have
+ comr bt wholi
their newest fluc idol, Toto Ibarra, clis nto the
ring at the National Gymr fOr his eight-round, 120-
pOundfeature-bout with Kid Zefite IL. :
CapitalI t ns w ho watbed .
rra sweep through the amateur
ranks in sensational fashion for
three years, have'been demand-
igg that be make an appearance
in Pa anw ever since be 'turned
ro two months. ago His two pro
bouts which he won by. kayo,
have bm at tie Caln, Areas.


TOTO WBRA
Special guest. of Caras Nuevas
S.A. promoters of tonlght's, show
. will be ,e a e Tit ay
WMho.re d.e,'ti Ffst NA
tioaai mep Vh rtta e 1A.
two weeks ago.
Chtn :r Queeb TIta :tde
a hit duri the eIe 'byat-
tendilg ag eral b pro-
grams. On o ca r

The Queen of Sports," 6 wil'wl
be- accompanied by a group of
nine young ladles, will arrive at
the gyar in- a four -" car caravan
at P:15. The curtain raiser gets
undterwayj roinptly. at 8:30.
Both prieilals" on tonight's
prograM haWe finede' Wellt-" A'-
cordmhK to their handlers, .


Ibarra's mentor is Cuban Alfre-
do Perez. The original Kid Zefine,
(Old Zef)ntrains Zefine II,
Pero *Wn oeipke di pre!! -
tions 'n the outcome of toniagt'S
battle ap Tpoteflelabe up his
drills Friday. the taciturn Cu-
bai WdulId only say, "ToOt
Sawi*yBg-lves a good accouat f
himself. -
Oid, Zef, seemingly confident,
said Thtrsday, "Whether that
ITote be V knows it or not, he
will4 b avig one belluva'fight
on-B l ~nits day ight.4 w
Tbreeothe econiests roid t -ot
Ahe preaamr. ' -' >
Promising C olon youngster
Claudio Martinez, takes on wily,' CATCI
veteran Goyo Castanedas in the caro, 'g
six-round semifinal. isn't a
MartiuL. wps- kayoed In t h e race in
sixth several weeks. ago -by Ia- well d
31a, ater I puttinIg'u a cut e-
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=TH YEARAREUNION


IE.-TOO-'."Eddie Ar-
reatest of the race riders,
always in front as this
the Belmont Park mud
demonstrate.


TODAY


2nd Race ':'SPECIAL" Imp.


Purselt $500.


SUCCESS SYNONYMOUS Intramural Foot i

-ntramurl flag footbaU at a bit too much for Pete Corri-
lbo iaura ih and gi gan aid hisB 11 N A bulldogs to contend
Schools -bAtilu at a hot pace with. When Corrigan and his
with 12 games being written in- mates stopped one, the other 0
to the record books. The most would break ,away. with Chanis
aignificant.,action took place in also being outstanding -on de-
the C league there the two lense. Corrigan was a virtual
W OF eadin tear t-'met,'s efat and one man gang on the field but 1
AiV UlT- the Buckeyes moved from the it was a cses'f too much team I
S [ [ bathird spet to the league lead. speed as the Irish racked up a
aTwo bWroys were primarily re- 46 to .33 win.
S| seponsible for the Ouckeyes tak- Leagues tayW wings and games
ing over the top spot. Fred Roe. scheduled for this week follow.
I V SPEL L$la hard Charging lineman, and
7p a ou Bob Rath ber, his backfield A Leatue
w ,A 4ix- .mate, paced the Bucks to an up-
L,,art h -W ht so set wiii over the previously un- Hurricanes ....... 2 1 0 .667
defeated Tigers of Frank Stew- Green Waive' ..... 1 2 0 .333
art. Roe continually nailed the This 13 final standings as the
S. ball carrier before he could 9et A League has completed play for
under way, while Rathgeber was' the season.
the big offensive gun in the 20 e
to 7 Buckeye victory. League
S. An even more startling win,
was that registered bv Freddy Boilermakers . 4 0 0 1.000
Huddleston and his Panthers Gators . 4 0 0 1.000
when they knocked of f.he oth-I Mustangs . . 0 0 1.000 I
ii'' .- er team with a perfect reqerd, igh ting g Irish 3 1 0 .750 1
Sb 1 e ,lr the Wildcats, 33 to 25. Thml is:Agles 1 2 0 .333 1
S, .' a real ding-dong affair, with Bulldogs .....1 3 0 .250 I
both teams sharing the lead at Trojans ...... 3 0 W. I
several different junctures. Bruins ...... ..0 3 0 .000
In the final analysis it was a Gophers . . 0 0 0 .000
case of too much Huddleston for, ----
i the Jerry. Steiner lead 'Cats to Games this week: Tuesday-
content with. Huddleston was a Trojans vs. Boilermakers. Thurs- ,
true triple theater in this game 'day-Mustants vs: Bulldogs. Ag- I
passing, running and kicking lpies vs FighMtng 'Irtsh, Oatorst i .
with the bedt of them. vs. Boilermakers. Friday-Bru-; BIG 01
l.. pg IJohnny Morris' Cornhuskers ins vs. Bulldogs. Readin
'Av,. made the outstanding comeback from ti
-ANOTkAR of the week. After tasting an C League hurst. I
S, opening round defeat, this gang .St ns
Ip*poi1 ,of scrappy ball players rang up Buckeyes .*.. 2' 0 1 .833 1arge
two resou ding wins to move Lionsd .... ; 3 1 0 .750 l ng a
way up the ladder. Morris him- Wildcats. -. 0 .6 and se,
40MIw self waste the big' gun on offense Cornhusk4 8 .47 2 J .667
Slas he paced his teu m to a 34-25 Tigers ... ..' 1 0 .500
e ry y aNs o OT win over the Indians and later Hawkeyes .', .1 1 2 .500
w iit, Nt'. sA..L., in the week a 40 to e thumping Owls. . 2 2 0 .500
OU L UT A 1.L.. MAN,/ of the Hawkeyes. Panthers .. 1 2 0 .333
Two other clubs that should Indians .... . ~ 0 2 .167
be mentioned in the same breath Wolverines .a -h,' -"3 0 .000
vitl),the 'eopunding 'Huskers
DHN I A / are the Owls and the Lions. Ray Mames t ij eec' onday--
.aldwelL was able to pull a Indians vs. T .iA dcaits vs.
Navy Has 'Desire-A ndHo esthrelllingj-28victoryoutofthe Buckeyes.141it "kCornntsk-
bag against the Panthers by ers, Tues,4 -:Tlgeis vs. Wolver-
heading a brilliant last quarter lines, Panthers .vs. Cornhuskaers.
It "I defensive stand for the Owls. He Wednesday-Wolverines vs. Pan-
got plenty of hel from Mike others, Hawkeyes.svas gers, Owls
'Faster Game CausesFumlllies Culver in this and he result was vs. Buckereg -'Indians
counted a mild upset. Ed Suarez vNa, Im, .nthers.
and Dd'ig Chass were the boys .
NEW YORK, -- (NEA)-Edward bling nine times. and Navy. mainl responsible for the well
Joseph Erdelatz's favorite word Could this~ have been because "We must have been very earned 7-victory of the Lions GFTTING ON BAILL
It was after the Notre Dame, te Hardl, for two reasons. In the highly regard ed," comments ovr the Wolverines. This was University, Miss. (NEA) -
It was after the Notre Dame Hardl, for two reasons In the Coach Blaik of the Hudson High- far and away the best game of Mississippi tackle Billy Yelverton
game on a muddy Municipal first place, violent contact was lands. "Michigan takes the lead the season for the Wolverines blocked two kicks 1,n his career
Stadim field in Baltimore last fall invented at West Point. Second- d indicted th th re a and both led to touchdowns
to --'"avy t bles occu-red down field us on the ground." eam to be reckoned with in the .. ,
aeTheres s no 3re pure for fur' A team can get T)ot n' affV early
G Ras by tie 1t4 of bling because it is strictly the season afternoon and lead the na- The big three of the B LeaguePRC
i-."the"MI p enerror of the carrier, tion. still remain supreme after a
m 6-0., the M hipmen "The speeded up game has hectic week of play. The Mus-
1 4- position .owin. brought about more fumbling," And, in the end, the ranking of tangs had the easiest going
164- pound .. explains Col. Red Blaik. "Some- college teams by poll is little when they won on forfeit from
ng a- i. times the carrier relaxes too much more than a popularity contest. the Gophers, a team that has :95,2:1 4
when hit, but more often be has since dropped out f competi- ANOTHER -
n.ot secured the ball a 'thie .1and- Don. eLondes, Jim Reyn- T I
te b"i ".,, he "i' 9- ldt adthsir company ot Boil- HIT I .1 C"
hi *elsh a AFTER TRACK COACH ,.. makers won two big games. J
f whom led. alert "That's the basic cause of They all but annihilated the
G fellIltheball. The fumbling- the carrier hasn't the Eugene, Ore. (NEA)- Ore- scrappy but badly outmanned
ball properly 'seated' in the crook gon plays its home football games team of Bulldogs, 47-13, and
,.c 1 h i heldof his arm." on Hayward Field, named after then came back two dat~w later
This bberva--atl the famous track coach. to win a rough, rugged battle
it wat g By beating Army, Michigan with the Aggies, 24-40. No team
Eddie -- hopped to theNo. I spOt 'in the na has been able to stop Reynolds
ed just e--tion-wide poll Mf sports writers y-'etnirabl here on holds ;
frone-now W~ and $beids and casters. Falling on the fum- BUFFS WELL BACKED a marked man, and defenses are
running wi' bled ball, the Wolverines leap- going to be set up especially to
ed ahead of such as Maryland, 0- Boulder,' Colo. (NEA) CO- bring his ramblings to an abrupt
They haven't los, A ice and klahoma, Notro Dame, Georgialorado's second line has been as end
give 'every'' s'i dence b liking Tech, Wisconsin, Texas Christian affective as the starters. t thela tfothesp pn three
was giyvig .~--s- Jim Marshall, got the scare Of OOMa r -

Navy has desire all right. So I -I- I - Bb in cori-
she dr llriu u 5 6 F R D land Raul Barbara again corm
has the University of the South. 19 5 Ut h t r v .... ..... ..-"-i-
But if you call him aside Eddie bned to give the Gators re a them to ne-
Erdelatz also will confide that two punch that s VIIAVISIN V M
Crabtown has the horses. ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION victory. Ronnie Mead had his V..
... DEMONSTRATION_ . ITrojans ready for this one and __.._ _
More than,, ..e h efore, it TRADE NOW AT THE VERY BEGINNING. OF THE they probably played their fin- ..
seems, football games these Sat- YEAR WHEN ALLOWANCES ARE HIGHEST est game.e. With a couple of'Toda- Ecotoe.35-.20 'Today
urday afternoons are being de- breaks they could have easily Cark Gable Vivin Leig R
cided by fumbles. Practi call C N 0 won. Lane Thmpon Tn, a new- Cark Gable Vivien L igh
every story you read has to doC L PA N M T R Scomer to the Trojans squad,
with the ball squirting out of added much needed offensive -GONE WITH THE WIND "AR
youngsters' hands. COLON PANAMA power. Plus: S IHORTS 1 "BI
Army irnented Mnehiig with Roano Chanls and Jessihe-


A r t re


6% Fgs


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Pool Closes: 1:15


S' SEOND 'ICE O lTHE DOUBLE


1.-MOON BEAM .;. ,....... F. Hidalgo 112
2.-DON DANI . .... ...E. Gastell 106
3.-PANZARETTA ....... ...... A. Credidio lOix
4.-DIXJE ................... ... R. Cristian 110
65. AIDO tA ) ......< ..... .... V. Castillo 113
6.. -DO*A BEA."kIt ....2.... ... H. Ruiz 110


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5th Race


Valle


3-Year-Old Natives


Classic


1 Mile I


CIdfUO d0I UaI- ClaAic -


Purse: $2,000.00


Pool Closes: 2:55


1.-JULIE ................... A.Yeaza
2.-JACHALIN .............. L. Giraldo
3.--OCEAN STAR ........... J. Jimenez
4.-(NACIO .............B. Aguirre
5.-..i(CORAL .......... ..R. Visquez


(1) 113
(2) 118
(3) 118
(4) 118
(5) 118


NOTE: CORAL EXCLUDED FROM BETTING.


10th Race
Purse: $640.00


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"C" Importeds
Pool Cl


1.- LIFEBOAT .......... . ... . M.
2.-ALBAT i SS ............... B. Al
3.-JAQUIMAZO . . .... . . . .. H.
4.-CHIVLINGO ............ .... J. Jii
5.-POSTINOVICH .............. A. Go
6.-PERSIAN COUNTESS .. ...... J. PI


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n he eve: caught. The.
nouth .'bass is 24 inch
nd weighs seven pounh
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Rwaiz 103
mlnez 107Z
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T.be' instant Clair stepped into the gravel fronting the htge his three brother., uho were not would complete-the payments on dbtd-year Ni
Ss feet with little Sha rons stone structure. So many addi- at the scene but had been getting the farm and buildings. How fine who f.Tel
_ld in hers and saw the gleam- tion-, had been made to it that ita car equipped ir nearby Belle- of Tim and Al's old friend to do his plant tvd
I g4 adlights bearing down she now resembled a summer hotel vue o.tenslbl3 foi a lonec hunting this in Als memory. She had three days 1
Sthe oncoming car meant to' mnor than a farmhouse. trip, were given fiut years on the hoped Tim would tell her who lgift for hisf to the shei
ilit em. Ong l dim Light glowed in the suppo ition they weri going to these old friends were. work In Pea.t .
The night was black and the enti ae all. She awakenedhelp Big Tony esecdp. But Clair wouldn't be here The curly e t in
y uas a wet sponge. Cars Sharon, and the little girl's large She remembered the trial. the when Tim came with the money. vious-eyed t te
ithered through the Pittsburgh green cs opened wida with the hate-filled eyes of the four Tras- Hebrew or dows, d and te thebo l
eet with windshield wipers teiror of an 11 3ear-old before kis brothers as she mounted the B three-day tr oI a l1 dreamed
ppiog furiously. Behind them Sher mother a s s u r e d her they stand, the muttering of Dan Tras- Israel to Ne* ha te
white faces stared without seeing were home-and safe. They went kis, the second eldest, the one 'LORNA ROGERS looked down down to MiI d B k to he
ore than a few yards. into the house, -and the rain oln twho was short, thick, gorilla-like from the sixth floor of her three- his destination th
Ing to'heg teewie of ear .a.d wv ha r puped bdhe o awnro nsth n iary nd ly gas It was sh e befreth er feouar Sher p e oe th 'w
In front of the Syria Mosque lowed them to the door. with big ham-like hands and bee-lroom apartment in Parkehester, An identifio l a i
where she had sung that night Clair broughtethe evening pa- ie brows, how he muttered as N. Y., and saw the smaller boy Enlish was- d m hl
the rain to let u Thenunfurl- dressed Sharon and put her to day of the trial. his little stone-like fists.- repair him Te r
in herumbrella,, e had stepped bed, she took offher own others t e was juse but heforen tour S t he S pushed open the caiene rwanma. !o hsd
off the curb witly haron. and stood thinking for.a moment brothers were marched out, man- window and shouted down to the It said plath.tih the ewas p r
The umbrella' blocked her before the mirror. acled together, thatr ht herceard two tiny figures on the canrete dhiahded to j oin se oun
view, and she never saw the cart What she saw. was a 33 year- him mutter, in a voice just loud pavement, "Billy, hit him back!" ghe spoke 'no EAglish ando e
until it was atop them. ld woman with lines of wear enough for her to hear: But Billy stood there, hands over ny assistance reendl. lo Ted
In that instant remembered ness about her eyes and mouth. ge You'll never get away." his face, sobbing violently, The be apprecated. t g s i- S
the applause of people in the She had widedark brown eyes But she could try. smaller boy shouted up at Lorna, New .Yorkers, tencalled hard ha ad stoen
Sheet ~t md sh eied whrSpers e ro an Todayear-od bet!r brothers aswe s ted the ja thare-d responded war to ohe sLOm torl ndrac h'---
ppudience.e t murmuring -tobacco brown, Al liked to call te i g "He's just a cry babyn r andeartd responded warmly ok a. moaA.
oitIe of Ned s ar the business them. Her figure was tall, her BY 4 a.m. Clair had everything scampered off. eYbwg refugee. He saidbei fo pet
wSana t "It's tonight -not hair dark brown, rich, falling in packed in the car her clothes, Lorna went down and got h i. on bric hes ati the a it b o ethe
bad tr hise t e of year wavesto her shoulders. She ad Sharon's things and a red and- ly, who was eight. It w her t ertoes
the handlsps of the other filled out a little the thin lines white gingham doll, and waes third such trip that week. On these accept hisi aIraQ qorio o O ltesh. e
here she ha soaked thatou ight Clairkrlle hthe-aserwhenng pa-tiebrowhowhemutter nd ta e N. ah. And eawcthe s alr y andcept shse rm or dk tae w ae lea e tha
artists the benefit performance of her teens were gone. She was scribbling a note to old Mac, the way up in the self-service eleva- In Miami, a taic lab- dr uhad from dhi
tor, she asked, "Why didn't you er, who spoke gh bauffseu- eat the ao 1s -ehs, she de-
bhit him back?" ed the lad aro iocity all c'led, wai s abit get along
ill hey looked up at her with day, po inting out the s iwts. sh In e
Scwtde t e r blue eyes and, b still nf "H e was real al e, th' e th v When the tle g
fling said, "I a could 't. I get hi hboy recalls-with a smile. hen- oael ek fromn e, se
ucared.o"es en said he knew 11rairput Pan&- .lea10 fed
the rain hed ilo s, thee businessthe Ier ig rew tale am. Clair ha0 everyt g shaped f TIIS reugee s sa oe d yourtear B iNlld fer- Til at he Fort 1 i Ne- ta lrnea' t wlly ot
She touseled his bright yellow Aviv to Panama, at a total cost inot counting airplane tickets) mat, and told'me a u at.It.. -o ne
hair and said nothing. That night of $1.50. Once home, Zeev presented his Wo was Cla i?
she stayed up till after 1 o'clock 'first of the he h fora Lorto ci ored tiv. apartment,
Waiting fori 'im. He came home first of three huge ham sandwich- a r hi ny b'in
haggard as usual, his fat chinI es.r valn. She we lr.narket to
brity, his pale blue eye red I don't know what to do," he' e
dish, th e eyeballs sunken da the I said.u I t to
crow's feet. He was exhaupted, "He sees you and his fear a e
uut tonight he seemedcheerful. grows."
Sh sep outd Wh he mn Tim thought of how little time !aver F s goly rorn
She was glad. When he" Ttcame'the had given eshils boy since Bi anlk do saeb rerl ith ndy s -
into the kitchenette for his beer, wa s bo te sanesshow eda earo e
sne asked him to move the relow Ain ho anthface shooltotoalcrd.gIesign
Wrighrator sode she could u" fIB 'Maybe this trip I'm going on so Holinany.
d o f awh i ba d ngr ed un r i toeLorrow w chage thin gs, he a te e t Lona
Instead n herfhbingathatneisgid. I k bt t i a ater
usually did when she asked him "How long will ou be gone er
to do something around the apart- HSevlweral days." be on the rol
m nt, he odded pleasantly. Put-y s. .. er aeyou g ? wnd on orsl.in
ting his two huge fists on the box, iCant tell youe hat." msand h-. g..o nd 't liUt ose
he leaned his 200-some pounds a- She dared not ask more She n h the wed t tee
against it, and it tilted ack as eas- had le sared not to ask too much e w t s tlo
Sarns t it wre made oo baus in their 11 years of marriage. But ed ae
'I"'hanks," Loina said, retpiev- Lorna wondered how. it would be
Timot houghtaway ofhbmeti ttetsomewher.r
Sthe-CWa hne a outside the g ity in h sich she hade sz e
TIM ROGERS threw himself on been born, perhaps to the moun- o 5 5
bought at a 14th Street cut rate rees and flower- grew as naturelr
frirniture store In 1945. As he guz planned, instead of in ordered Items, nin at 7 each
zled the beer from the bottle, he rows n parks. time, with a i rent year op
.nsaid earnestly, oI gt he, .a-e ds a polite the day and month and
Sews thuat maty interested yo oo." a i d d o h t su rs a wr at

from the r efigerator where she ind w ondered perhaps because on and sent four months in the o-
- t-e singers, a ballet troupe, the supple now, and, she thought e etaker, that she had to leave always put it because she wat as he tafir tupo r i mon pital.Instead of a sum there was
orc-estra conductor. Hans De k: Without emirassment as she gently but would get, in touch alwas asleep when he came he had i, an angry scrawl: "Sick."
ker and suddenly during 4irched her head and notices theitn him by phone later and un- home o bo And eeTim catchingthe n- The ninth entry was predated
infin tesimal Iraction of a :eo Weep of neckline "He'd have no circumstances to tell none Let me tell you about Billy faith mbl look In he hzel June 7 and-listed the amount as
lta Sha noodin'eptoeltdehnd i -ed .. .way." where her relatives lived. h se the f to eyes, *ought it yas orevuls 1. Ue r.ea w e o
hese Ihe sensed the motu car ed the Again she picked up the spe- the diiette Tim was standing and wondered" hht the sa t
sl&esen sdhcr soaked4 on carpet, elal delivery letter that had ar- throughtfully looking down Into thing. He looked at her closely -.-T t ne
mission.yand s seLeo -a- the con"ears of-mhriagee.cBut tohi
Jul f a mi a r t he t the front page ried that afternoon from Timo- Metropolitan Avenue below. The out of the core's of hs eyes for ANXIOUS TO LEARN the language of the land e can tal l to D NEXT SUNDAY)
seemed to whisper in Clair's ear. and the headline "Three Traskis thy Rogers in New York. street was deserted. A fast-mov- the first time in many months. people, a young Israeii boy, Zeev MogUevsky pores through a _CON___llUE
She emed anp jerked Shr Brothers Release Today," and it . When we started theleoneboneha st n
she i me and e a s lebat and h w Group, we pledged each other taxi disappeared touaid thetHer one-blonde hair was stringy, picture book. His dad presented him with a cowboy suit some-
o' had le adelbakd parkdlike Os-a da 1n.shblue-unif rme dladedno, oed up in odurgly u-thing he's always dreamed about, when he arrived In Panama
ovsrthoruib ihe, her int towto had tried to kill her and Sha to secrecy. This still holds true. uardleanedag0era. The round mouth, so fresh
Inch-deep rain. The black sedan, ron Now the Group has made it pose- to an apartment building stealing oand warm once, seemed cold and tiwe
Its w:ndos up, road past lhiu Big Twas th last sible for the lat-two payments a forbidden smoke. She was a small girl, onace
Sharnwascryiyhystheally ia Totaling 100 to bemad. I What can I do?' he asked m and straight almost with stranger: "Don't ever open my floors, and Tim grawO e d fro ae I
as Clair picked her up o1 of th years a i be in eaer es boyish lines, now rounding ,'mail again, or touch any of my they had to lift ti, forey the evacuation of
ar ked her oi l p h14 a glehandedly row to make them in behalf of He's afraid of everything," 'having trouble holding her weight.tht gs Then he pushed his fat men with a ladder, ADlWpounds
water.fShefkneltby'her,atbrr-whieredeuphyeeit h ti enthings"'Tenhepsadhe i nnd scren foreinths fo thoes
water. She knelt by her, brush- ken-down hahh where she had Al's friends. Will be most happy .he said, "buns, snakes, toads, And a feeling of anguish swept face close to hers and the tiny of him. a;d business establishments.
Ing thelttlegirl's acoat, then rdahsung in McKees Rocks and shot ee you after these long 10 s es er him so intense that he eyes were lost in the flesh. "Do
lized she was soaked 'through and and killed, the cashier when he ears. dnd the beach. And each 3ear it choked on his food. you understand? Yet she remembered, too, in York State and at least one In
oraelarretaonTsimoosanpdleeiWith oalassairnuettsaoverflowedlenaid
viped her hands and face sith resisted. From one who has never for- gets worse He won t even go out! Tim could eat no more. But in he had looked in his Army ulen"i oee rsnbg ed.
le- tiny handkerchief. I The o .. were Clair, gotten. i to play now unless I go with him. I ushing the food aisde, he roserad.lo uh0n arh s da.
A man stopped. "Hurt?" who hadei he
Clair Holinsky shook he r head airodu n t The handwriting w neat, naan d when he goesal te and began to pace the room-a IRRITATED, Lorna Roiger man alth to- Al bri en s th rtenpl
dumbly. half-dru '".alp miner named audeltor's, a bookkeeper s; she re posely beat hi up. I ross fadedblue carpet nodded. But she didn't under- trar when they were mared in eue asted aw n A
Bas cn os n t He sai l w .Big nam ed r o sthe.oakpaquefloor, past the stand her husband. But if he said the Church not far from the place
That astclos He d aP tion was ough. Big Tony had accountant. She remembered the in, his cold tomato soup and the I coff rackedal e as re o dslfew omingtoan where s dere s te o
She conforted the girl. "T h e ago, past the old brown roll tonee things would be dirrent. happy thet had been during thea: bw
man in ..th-e c.ar didn'.se.e. Ta lhes whaic"Nh he alwoayd s kp swcdhpn ff'.thren e, Tmonths-ehd bei bseld userv es.
the rain hben ldan t se anoeu o pastho the wof asheiorne d oo le and for You a rndon TO s fea R -her will anearb Fo the l Did h an waJe t o rlineofiU htswereX cncDll)
"Hectred to htuse ao be s-. .ahe hadbought sie no ndr heed kiki chngre toos" shem asked Tis mu,. bey. ir New Yr ra osldnmanrnd a ln N ewmY
orue. yoi e.r......... Blp urpleddtthis.and.fora.Thenthe re oh ade ..e .elot hopsee na ydaou ng hrhae i r, Zev MonldDay ld Riveewh
.ha stp~d ou. m,..o the an-[ dc e over toear, welifted n her fr i for loe temper. But hbfo l e-had together three months atere the .to- and Albany Railroa-
Car had ni lat toao yl dr no. ernh she wro e aoull a d w f eh r the aan ldon crushmedhe sa l nuvrinds the laoe and wa s oofry hest were wrnch-
had decin hed o lf k o bem, m;tu -coresa n worm o shefds a dan thi weed.

crner oShe n drsik tp, r numan. pt?'ouh saidkindly, a ndsheo nodh- wase an fl ost a spraher, "I tm eoo' kL Ln..sr _oge auP sefo renBbms e f.o0 m aw dersle dr-

hrk'ngtoo d t was try,,one dy oehyt a n years while your oldhwe canitidogh somethig." 'rkndetl d. d"WhtdnT -wo s sorryb v -tohItnr ohet of saohusat 'oT
Was solaor muchd theruntm ctcerheo will be different ** strom.had hnsulted eer and made sheshad oo-othe.Ichoie. Hi-shrineslnow rounach.g
aomnwr tw sh s........a,...day.."h.... ,-, . series oredentshfro uro e
picks au thprA a tehid job wknds. sp ae Adlos thought fa d mthe t-o ied ad Timt w ll solea she T heY e rout choes fter
kearda esht he numbnes -d. o 'n h w h"kI 'e t. You seadbee sWellsthi chmeimit digo their ma r B cimydhfor s o manyw e ars Andhhouas ts.
ingetoh o he a on l oithwa the, Whr thru sitl ouits'e to aote h- era e land s ft sririne forheslooke d jut lie thebean h e 95,000in s re-
pteof hei' hend.s had baewhred 'in tou u heof di at Y ou h as'e- t h adthns ad eve felt for a l fane. h bee l Ta fa, hor pspl Rdid we wi, C onthu gasr Hore
aTothey wayc.on' e nh e n wereilea.r, wonoh dayuin n0 all tha t time She though of the day jb he eed ca withe sindo e. oTy-eI a the heigh rofided
ha dcledanofe t b e-Jth irt im i oe ayer is- igr t hm.Wih i ouh ac i ewYokredytworthdro tei oainsingg h


through tlee N orthn Side. Belle- -Ia~ .. .. ...
C~e, Sewickley and ~'Ambridge to 'she remembered the one serious who had shoved her in the sub- His little form lay huddled a-R.I., .55; and Manchester, M.H.,
ver FalklsEey fewmidges quarrel the:' had two years ago way in order to get her seat first, round.the pillow. He was. urcov- 1.68
3Eaver Falls. Every few minutes .when she' opened one of his let- and Tim looked the other way. ered. Even while she was only some New York state rainfall
Casir looked up info the mirror whednshsthoopeno
Clair looked up into the mrror ters and he saw her reading It And she thought of the time thinking of-ib Tim wenb over- and totals for the past 48 hours
kd wondered if the headlights She had asked him the questions they were going to the doctor'slpulled the sheet Up over the boy, through were: Buffalo. 2.33
behind were following them. Se now flitting through her m i n d, office on East 177th Street. andI for it wds'a cbdl une night. Rochester, 3.79: Elmira 4; Samp-
would slowt up. and ti there nerves and he spoke coldly, as to athe elevator got stuck between The ipoonlght" sl.a.n.ted, insn air baoe 3.56.
shouldd not rela% until the c a f-----
drifted by.
As she turned up the long copq.
try ruad leading to tihe -asrr
Falls Academy ofr Girts on a Io'7
acre farm, she wotidrird if shi
were wise to come home. All 39
girls had been placed in hi'mes
or summer vacations. The farm-
er whose land adjoined the -
schools leased the Airm, put in AT LEB OW COT0 I N Canal Zone dele gates to the American Legion Convention which
the crops and pastured the cattle wouAbd ,1 Mi l, a., last week listen with Illtreat during debate on resolution to loweW
with his own But he did not live p Vice-Commander Jack 0' O n-"4 called for the floor and Delegate Hay,
there. On i .one of the four teach- d an energetic argume 't g why this resolution was unfair to the
o n, Mac Allison. remained as . d er th. best int- atsOI the American government. The resol#-
earetake.'. for he liked to expe.WII-mop- d by tae30- i t'-irmanmr Delegation. Left to right are Nick . .-L.e the t htht g-is at" Abb.... "A "'
eat in. thechemitr ande l J tW, -No. 1; Claude Campbell, nationale- th i COItry
leas laboratory during the q.-ia ia 4 m"I-tmm. .commander: Jerry Perkins .
of the summer holidays. But Nee*m ilethocun er dne. tof Pam ama andchaiP
was 65 years old. eom er t 'fPns PANAA P. SUDAY, OCTOR
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By Rugsee aWftev
MOUIZONTAL
1-Mlace at which Sibbechal slew
SMph (2 Sam. 1l:18)
4-Ion of Pashur (Egrs 1032)
10-ORGla) C tWfl
14.-PalM lead (var.)
18-IllMlfy.
IS-l shortly.
' 7--Chiese unit of weight.
28-Mental, concept.
A --tch caps.
--Krpoetical orce.
t was Gamaliel of the
[aw?. (Atts n:x4
34-.A false god (Judg. 8:66)
8--PoUoonal pronoun.
r-Frer what offspring did David
mour? (2 Sam. 1:.33)


1-It container.
coin.
to (ouoq.)

rodL
e-ofthe scale.
Measure.
fl-Obtain.
%,. of Seth (Gen. 4:M)
.- wild.
U-Uhoe of the men of Israel hid
M it" from fear of the
a U Glnes 1 8m. 13:5)
6 Heber (1 Chr. 4:18)

S city (Josh. 31:33)
"t o us de nomination
bri quf.


65-Three-toed sloth.
66--Singing voice.
68-Column.
70-Hebrew month.
71-Discomfort.
72-Mohammedan princes.
72-UnwelL
VERTICAL
1-Of what metal were Solo-
mon's drinking vessels made?
(1 KL 10:21)
2-Medley.
3-Symbol for barium.
4-Where the witch Saul con-
sulted lived (1 Sam. 28:7)
3-Sly glance.
6-Moslem title.
7-South America (abbr.)
8-Be present.
9-Listen.
10-Prehistoric mammal.
11-Indeflnite article.
12-Dove murmut.
13-Pinale.
18-Detail..
20-Among (poet.)
23-One of the cities of Hada-
rater. king el Zobab (1 Chr
18:8 >
24-Bubble up.
25-Musical instrument
27-A Chaldean (Ezek. 23:23)
2S-Remorse.
30-Candles.
3 -Dandelion peduncles.
32-Card game.
38-We are forbidden to do this
in the lOth commandment (Ex
20:17
34--Animal fat
37--reine.
38-Name for the lot Msth. 3.7)
41-Te kingf of this place was
a g the kings conquered by
Israme(Josh. 12:18)
42--Small merganser.
45-What Peter was called (Mat
It-l)


46-Portent
47-River in Arizona.
50-Son of MiNraim tGen. 10-13)
51-Young salmon.
53-Native rock.
55-Prophets.
57-Narrow binding.
58-It rulded the wise men (Mat
2:27


59-He wrote the Epistle to the
Romans.
60-Elevatton of land.
81--Soft food.
62-Note in Guido's scale.
64-Island (Fr.)
67-Note in the scale.
69-French article.
70-Prefix: doUbly.


c- Copyrl IM, Sn as remWes aiyneste.


S


ROCx AND ROLL--thats what this
(tbove) cut-out toy Is designed to do
-in the some manner cocking horse have
been doing it sine their tMeeptio But
this is a miniature roek b kone of
course, and Is devised to per am a a
table.
T2 Att m0e: 4=.
Color the diEgram uesr mi terayons
er solor d pd s. ,.
Paste the entire drawing on heavy
paper. construction paper. q blotter or
similar material. Press drawing flat.


A MYSTwRY NOTE





teto ti porta ro lg o toe. vn ea-t



,. ".. el a lag bo" y -of-a-
r6 r0. 0 1,ae 1P6 prete vi m. a.sl












r ,Spet o when ralod ~,o. demanded*
tat occupant Ca cotpeMat 13 op. m door .
A shot rant eat sd the eshtr. a& ite see
. Oautse scolsgf sfi 4e 'He said '4
S" his



tma platked up paper and studied it
hi s is a real puser," Oa Downed.o 1m An'td
&abe It out at all."
A hot' a ot % tMd the -Oea' lea p who had
bage *x( "^ -sl fh my knowledge'
InUt thi .a od t 'm-taMdeand. s I
lay a cnupisd'-eeae paw. 0- of to eralad






wIeloped, it was oly a dressward pIle idea with.
gn .re .
ra Og..ure eu" whz themes revealed?
,.. 1a.m. C. AC A ....w.....aM A6M


EIuA C. MMIKEAW '15

mamez f this plette is
v a thn~e a ,out ateb eb .
cuaWt are w ealrap t epta
ohaIs. T detstabu what it b,
draw maacttil h eBm at .2
to 4Ne 13 WIwrE -twoa snimiih
re JMide one dot, a" ta ndt
for bAth a the uaemsb


When a aste.s dry, use a sharp laite
or raor blade to cut alo g heavy ike
outffig tby and han in upper draw-
Ing. Fold uncut portion bacikard along
dotted ate. (Boy and lerse remain up-
ight.) ,
folded portiuoe forms a fnld Toder.
Por added itamgth, paste piece of
heavy paper or other ftWiforoenent be-
bind it.
A tothploek inserted though rockers
wll keep them properly spaced.


Expense counting
F n naed Slack,. White,
Brown and Green, with there
wives, Whose first ames were
Winifred. arbars Grace and
Blanke, went on a day's outing.
they d Geoldet'Jo split all ex
penMse *tlRy. They had had
eaast 4So htWo e-am.
of the wives, Blanshb spet
de deoar, Wianed twice as
nmeeb as- Ml ; Darba 50 oer
set swmre ta- WUsed, and
ftace eme dollar mor tan Bar-
6f the tmbands, mlek qpet
the ame, monmt as h wi'e;.
WVe twice much, as his wife;
,Sol0"e SA O much as
""4&^&C. Z ^?._ a!


IF 4i 540 Wor, be could
Sbuy ~9 -. es of lanl, or with
8U0 Isabe coeld buy only 10
area. ~'~ah aMo y had he
and.wt t talfe*rfda acre?


Age-Old Queei-n
FVYs ag RalphU was two
Ay. Net yuear be MwiB bse e
en fetwatha old. e ew l -
an the fmo oiatotets mew?
eas :eaw s qi S


WHAT'S THIS? Cogo Moonbeam has
discovered the fuel gauge on his atom-
ic-powered rocket to be nearly empty. Even
if one teaspoonful is good for 20,000 ee-
lestial quadrants, be won't go any-
where If the fuel runs out. As you
$be, Cogo's ruhaing down to "gas"
up. Will be make T? hTat depends
oa how quickly 1P can. get
from his present location at
ti, top of the rocket, through
the various Chambers, to the
ship's motor, mall X
e at the bottom right.
How quickly can you /
trace his path through
the shlp's Innards?
Crosing lines or re.
tracing steps is prohib-
ited. Remember, he be;
ain sat" upper left and
ends at bottom right.









^m)

/J s


W HAT'do al I
N fips weigh i
tegardle i rof
else? .

Case of Ob Pshaw
GSO a BURNARD SBHA W
en3 stated in a press confer-
ence 4 t wrftlp were worth
one dbW.-& word. A $mart pota-
to froam Idao sent him a letter
enclaln* -a doUar. "Send me one
of your words," he wrote. Can
you guess the word Shaw wrote?
I,-Ju DA S"EV


for cvpone)


LEARN TO DRAW IN 4 STEPS
QIE of tus can
a fl w well at.
.gbly. Others can
Isom preiselany
w= practice.
This eartooning
\leges s a chal-
cIage to al.
To draw this
ipump pil, start
with 2 circles.
Add aore 'anes
as shown Ito steps
8, ad 4. 3
rase some of
the guide lines
hand the drawing
is complete.
Tracing paper
-ay come in V I
handy the frsat
few times you
try; then try
drawing the ig.
ure frWe-hbnd. .. .. ..


bier is now .
is empty. Helping Yourself
eanure out I .
. A CONTINUING lit of select-
.; ni s o ed or recant "know-how" for
sqU. **smum home raftames and hobbystas.
I lun qloqio
Izolae wOT Selected by Clark Kinnatrd
'isw s1V o0u)
S :,atw The Naked Truth and Personal
Vision, by Bartlett H. Hayes, Jr.
(Addison Gallery, Ando ve r,
Mass., 111 pages: 33.75). An An-
dover'exhibition arranged to em-
phaUize varying points of view
about what constitutes art tn
sculpture and painting, is given
continuing signficance in this
collection of 106 works (15 of
which are in full color.)
The Microphone and You, by
Alice Keith (Hastings House, 58
pages: $2.50). Instructive man-
ual for radio and TV announcers,
writers, speakers and recording
artists. Of particular toterest to
the ofcalobal guest performer
or perwn charged with getting up
a broadcast program in behalf of
Q a alub, school or other organiza-
Ga n tion. Bpeciment scripts.


/ You

Tell?
SEE If you can
solve this with-
ept using a watch.
what what time be-
tween 86 and 7 are
the two hands of
a watch or-clock
together?
Remember, you
ar asked to give
the ansWe with-.
out consultUng
your watch. If
ywu, emat pre
it out, t.le a
guess. *

iv Sa:pstv


Limerick T
SOLUTION to the is.2fng
imoaerick I sa handy ftd*Eula
puzzlists may wish to reniamber.
A bright youkg lady Oaied
Katy
Once ereote numbers from one
to eighty. '
But it gave her the fidgets
To ado up the digits,
If you help her, she'll ca"
you eAt mate y.
)Os 'u i -0n
0O I| unM "'r U(l ]nid V) 'u *m ubo
w i i .ninoujo 19 "n Aq papps eq
Is Us a u eqzuns qrne seeprs


The Complete Italian Cookbook.
py Rose L. Sores (Grosset& Dun-
tap, 852 pages: 51.95). Everything
from antipasto to abaglione-
over light hundred recipes cover-
ing al the glories of Roman and
regional eilttnary art.


STRIKE OUT! A Wits Test
By 6.0. Eeniman
-T SORM aa
strike In the
diagram at right. /
that Ia, to sue-
ceed In crossing
out all of the 0
numbers, you
must find the cor-
rect answers to )
the definitions be-
low. For instance,
it the answer to
No. L ia 0, cross
out 0 in the dia- __- ... .
gram; if the an-
swer to Noe. 2 Is 4315. cross out 4. 3. 1 and 5 in the
diagram, etc. Answers may have as many as five
ilgita.
Can you bowl a perfect score?
1. The witching hoar: .
2. Age Jack Benny finds It difficult to get over:
LXIV: .
4. What is the dWeoence between twice 7 and 50.
and twice -- '
& A record peed: -- .
('mndj iq|6b-Alueits) qtira un.ua9 'q :(.(ClJii o-T *&ua 4 "'.'
(lamtuanu mUaloi .mnoj-.'lSxi .anoj xig S (ateun- lalti,)
Oulu a5jq1., 5 :(Xpo3.0 *AISA3I) o& *3O *I !ujamvy
Th /Die Is C st-Six Ti meJ
UPPOSE you are throwing a pair of dice. How
sany different scores are possible in six throws?.
**AannIs eCL 01To g mUoaj; equmb *q o l j
-44As *.e1 Jnoe mIsajjip eq4, soill i xtI (aliMa) 3Jlwixoq4
t uil 02 'tuanlm sqo :sawll Se (oNailN BOA-quue um
pintA uznurom umLL, *"Oi 1m Jjalp euo-flXls :jMizfV


SUPPLY THE MISSING LETTERS
F)nUR key words
m skeleton C I D I A I E
form ame given at C I
right. Rem's how
to o mpletethem:
Copy aD of *5
letter now sh-W-
Ing in the empty
spaces gEtily
benla a .
Then, u a I ia %
system of trial ._
and error, i in
the remain ag..
spasmfis with. lt-
ters that will
form short words. M J R E P A
When a Wswir Is
inserted, it tb o.

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America of 1956," geti together with the four runnersilp-afte .the-contest ended In
Atlantic City, N. J. Others ate (from left). Ann Campbll,. Miss Oklahoma, fifth;
Clara Faye Arnold, North Carolina, fourth; Miss America; Dorothy Johnson, Ore-
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TV GOES TO COLLEGE

TfHE MAGIC IYE of television is peering into the nation's classrooms. At the Penn-
sylvania State university, closed circuit TV, like the blackboard, is being used
effectively in teaching. A research project in psychology and chemistry proved Jo be
successful in the initial study with 840 students involved. In the classes, there were
students in the room from which instruction was televised, others in rooms with TV
receivers and still others were taught in usual way without TV. Teats show no evi-
dence that TV instruction tvas inferior. Two complaints .Were that students didn't
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a tour of the Aldermaston, England, atomic weapons re-
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The Conal Zone Council 01 Boy
parents and bay reach a common
oldest ia the Seputing program. It
b! a lo.i0 zone record of hejing
parents and bys reaeh a common
Mi erstaH by their doing
8tht t er-, in theb home,
neighborhood and In the commu.
atty.
b,-outing in the. Zone provides a
challenge to young boys as they
grow Into. young manhood.
Through its phases of Cub, Boy
and Explorer progressions, the
emphases of parents on relation-
ship is stressed so that accom-
pliEhments are shared not only
y the boy, but by the parents
%nose interests are required for
his success.
This is demonstrated at award
ceremonies where recognition for
scoutings highest achievement,
the Eagle is awarded to the par-
ents, who in turn present, it to
their sons. The Scout then prp-
sents his mother with a minlat-
re Eagle.
There are 43 different Cab, Boy
or Explorer Scout- units within
the Canal Zone:
The Boy Scouts of Amierica do .
not operate as k separate-organi-
zation of the community bet rath .-
er has a complete program which
is made available to al ipstitu.
tions in the area that have boys
among their membership or are
interested In serving boys.
Scouting, within the Canal Zone,
represents a substantial cross-
section of the community with 17
Cub Packs-589 Cub Scouts, 16
Boy Scout Troops serving 366
boys, and 124 Explorer Scouts
sponsor these units.
Twenty-five different institu-
tions such as Civic Clubs. Milita- 7
ry Installations or Churches
bponser these units.
They are dedicated to the ideal
of assisting our future citizens in
gaining a better understanding of
leadership which will produce a
better community with strong ci-
vic leaders.
Tbh aims of Seouting are com-
bined with one of thq most exten-
sive vocation training programs
now available.
Outward evidence of this train-
ing is in the advancement preo-
gram where awards represent ac-
complishment in learning a-- spe-
cific skill or studying a special
subject.
Recently at Gamboa. Canal
Zone, the Pacific District of Coun-
cil 801 f he Boy Scouts of Amer-
ica held its 3rd Combled Cour
and Bridge of Honor for 1965.
During this ceremony the indivia
dual scolits, leaders and plarentA
received awards for ther accom-
plishments.
The program, arranged an ad
conducted undbr the direction of
Maj. M. E. Linderman. V, SAF,
chairman of advancement. con,
mnittee for the Pacific .t Pstrice
emphasized they unity Samf y
an I community in aeng.
Represented were .nmenbhrs at
Troop 2. Balboa, 0pdons4ed by
the Police Association Troop 3,
Balboa, sponsored by the Ameri-
ca Legion Post No. 1, Canal Zne;
Troop 7, Curupdu, ed b
the Balboa Lion's Cc .Troop
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Council, who
Explorer Ship 1
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THE PRIDE of scouting achievements are reflected In three mo others and fathers as tb iB were as
Gamboa, when the third Bridge and Court of Honor for the Pacific District, Canal Zt Council
America was recently held. Left to right: MajorJessle Miller, Eagle Scout Jessie J. S. Jessie I
Mrs. Henry -Ehrman, Eagle Scout Henry Jr, Eagle SeouL Jon nodgrasp Mrs. JoB ss uand JE


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I WO, SAd- -and Troop 16 -David D.' Bekn,'War-
r, Troop 15, Albrookiren G. Boyett and James Tomlin;
.t. eSoe Hturst (Secon Troop 17 -Thomas S. Tubbs;,
G --rwe Kenney gad ste- 19 Mickey Cockritn,
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Rat : Apprentice Explorer-Hean
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Jon Snodgrass, Ship 10*
Able Sea Explorer-henry H.
Ehrtnan Ship 10, Gamboa.
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AGOLLSCOUT Jon Snodgrass of Ship 10, 0amboa, proudly pins
the miniature Eagle to the dress of his mother. His father,
John A. Snodgrass is observing the presentation. Jon has been
in scouting since he graduated to Ship No. 10 In August 1955.
He has 30 Merit Badges and Is Lodge Chief for the Order of the
Arrow and has been actively engaged as a leader at scout
meetings.


BOSMBERS of Troop 15 receive Merit Badge Awards hfom Troop Scout Master Chief Warrant
Officer Carter HuMst. Left to right are, CWO Hurst, Ecouts Gerald Hurst, James Reynold4
James Fears and Eddle Oajlagher.


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niature Eagf (rom her son Henry, Jr.. as HWnry's father watches
with pride. The Ehrmons live in Oamboa. Henry. Jr, became
a Cub at the age of eight. He joined Pack No. 10, Gamboa in
1945, and progressed up the ladder of Scouting to Ship No. 10
in 10f2. He has 48 Merit Badges to his credit. In addition to
his scouting activities, he has made the plaques in the Canal
Zone Council Building and has been active in special art projects
Involving Boy. Scout actistlies.

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Autumn li not always misty, John.
She Comes ckaCr-eyed among the Itchfileld Hill,
painting their trees and carpeting their slopes
with colors K'hlies than you ever found
in Titian or in ly English wood-
brown madder, ochre and Venetian red,
eadminum oearge, yellow and chartreuse,
vermilion, bronre, bright pink and tawny gold.
But we, like you, know autumn in our fruits.
Our boughs are weighted down with apples too,
oJad.I.ves, o.ll dry, glide by on amber brooks.
Mer,.t6o, tit nall grats mourn, lambs bleat.
and ericketa sit
robins whistle and swallows twitter;
but We know artupm's music best.
It the swish -of eav that crunch beneath our feet.
aad In the strana- shout of eolor
, t.h. silent bi.


WALDEN PIe

Iy Lauele Coleman
Here in the summer stillness stands a guest,
Here in this woodland where his mind found rest,
Silent as water .fluid as a ghost
Walden is Thoreau's cnfldant and host.
Here there Is peace. No hasty turbulence
To mar the lull of slleni eloquence,
Bridging Lht centurles with one wide look
That spreads from life to life within a book
Where visual echoes of the pines, the sky.
The nouritains and tne birds; the soft green sigh -
Of mist that riuoles through the forest s twin
Above the oond as weli as that within
Are melodies he sang zome autumn night
Rememberlug ior our tomorrow's sight.
We read, wc watch, a.d watching seek to find
Within our teach the concord of his mind.
--Both Poems Are From the New York Times.


SEAL OF DISAPPROVAL-This elephant seal seems to be
roaring "S.ram!" at the daring photographer who took this pic-
ture at t(e Copenhagen, Denmark, zoo. The seal was probably
annoyed at being disturbed during a beauty deep.


Sunday Crossword Puzzle No. 806-Release Sept. 4
Herewith find solution to Sunday Crossword Pus.
sle No 606, published today.
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MAIL OVERSEAS GIFTS EARLYI-The U. S. Poest Office has designated the period -October IS:
to November 15 for mailing Christmas parcels to overseas servicemen and women to insure delivery.
before Christmas Day. Illustrated above are the more important P.O. regulations for such parcels. In
addition, matches and lighter fluid are prohibited in all overseas mail. Cofee, cigarettes and other .
tobacee products may not be sent to Armed Forces Wrsonnel in certain ]ZUropma countries It s .- -
very good precaution to putLJNSIDE the package a-stit of paper-with names and Addres.es of sendr
and serviceman, together with-a list of tUe contents ta provide Idenafleation In tIievent the addne&: -
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TBy 3RW PARSON

WASHINGTON A pot e a t have had the necessary eash -tothe ether source."
undercover drive is building up to' carry on. Roosevelt.' "Well, now, suppose
dump America's huge cotton sur- 3. The U.S. cotton crop curtail- you buy some competitive lines.
plus on the foreign market wheth- ment program has simply permit- Can you display them as promi-
er the State Department likes it ~td big American cotton growers, nently as you wish wit h out
or not. such as Anderson-Clayton, to go incurring the displeasure of the
And since the State Department to Mexico, Brazil, and Egypt and company representative?"
is now arguing with Egypt over raise cotton in competition with Jarvis: "No, you couldn'L"
the latter's plan tc buy arms from the United States. In brief, every He wev t on to explain that he
Communist Czechoslovakia. the time the United States cuts down had been "spoken to" by Shell
State Department this time may 1,000,000 acres of cotton, Ander" people about displaying "unauth.
side with the c o t t o n bloc in sod-Clayton, plus other bi rgrow- prized" TRA merchandise. -
Congress. ers, are able to expand another
1.000,000 acres in Brazil, Mexico, Roosevelt: "But there has
Selling surplus cotton abroad and Egypt. no threat of any kind as to w t
caused one of the important de- Thus the high price of cotton would happen to you if you..-
bates inside the Cabinet before in this country guarantees t h a t tinued to display them?"
Ike got sick. Secretary of State Anderson-Clayton et al can ralse Jarvis: "No. Well, 1 d tPry
Dulles argued at Cabinet meetings more cotton at the expense of the to display them. I don't thk t is
that the United States could not United-States.' good policy. .a .. I don't like to
afford to hurt its friends, Egypt, display anything outside of- the
Pakistan, Mexico, Brazil, and Anderson-Clayton has now In- authorized merchandise."
Turkey, by selling our cotton sur- vested $12,653,316 in cotton acre- Roosevelt: "Why?"
plus abroad at a cheap price, age in Mexico. $15,354,158 in Brazil Jarvis: "Well, there is just no
Secretary of Agriculture Bensqn and 5965,094 in Egypt, plus other use asking for trouble when you
opposed him. He wanted to sell. investments in Argentina, Peru. can avoid it." ....
Buqt Secretary of the Treasury and Paraguay. W. R. Grace now
Humphrey and Secretary of Corn- has cotton mills in Peru, Colombia Washington's Plushiest Office
merce Sinclair Weeks sided with and Chile, and the Bank of Ameri-
Dulles and Dullew won. ca has invested $10,000,000 in Plushilest office in Washington is
Today seven r a I factors have Mexican cotton growing. All this not Ike's executive suite in the
changed. One is the Egyptian deal hits the American cotton farmer White House but the new layout'of
to swap cotton for Czechoslovak and the American textile worker'. Federal Housing Commissioner
arms. Actually. Israel purchased Therefore, the powerful oDtton Norman P. Mason in the Lafayette
part of its arms f -o m the bloc in Congress demands that the Building. Home builders who come
same Commurist Czechoslovakia. cotton surplus must be sold in for loans get an eyeful-of- pastel
though using dollars contributed abroad. And with Egypt now bar- telephones, potted plants,.tcafe au
by American friends to pay for tering cotton for Communist arms lait drapes. . Most government
them. Egypt proposed swapping the plug is pulled right out of the bureaus scrape along with hare
cotton for arms, the same type of argument hitherto used so elo- walls plus a picture of Eisenhower.
barter deal or low-price sale that quently In Cabinet meetings by But Commissioner Mason, Mpurn-
Dulles frowned on when Southern John. Foster Dulles ing the usual decorating se'vlices
congressmen urged that we get of the General Services Adminis-
rid of our cotton surplus. Oil Company Squeese tration, called on the local branch
In addition. Congressman Jamie of W. and 4. Sloane, the big New
Written of Mississippi, chairman The manner in which biA oil York furniture company for help.
of a subcommittee investigating companies squeeze gasoline filling Sloane's aonjured up cake an lalt
surpluses, has unearthed some station operators has been under drapes covering one full wall, for
damaging facts regarding the a revealing probe by Congressman $1,090.95. At $8 a yard, the materl-
Benson surplus commodity pro- Jimmy Roosevelt of the House al alone cost $704.25, while the hn-
gram. Here are some of them. Small Business Committee. He has ing ran to $104.70. Fittings and
found that s.ine oil companies labor were another S282. . Be-
Anderson-Clayton Profit want filling stations to cut prices hind Mason's desk is black Japa-
witii the operator pocketing the nese straw wallpaper. Cost for the
1. Benson did not even bother loss, and that the stations are re- one wall: $14 . Except for the
to hire a sales manager to sell quired to load. up with'tires, bat $38.50 de.sk clock, which Sloawe's
his huge crop surpluses until series, and accessories not of their furnished, GSA did the balance of
forced hb Congress to hire one. own choosing but only from cer- the work, including the laying of
Though Benson hpd accumulated '.ain favored companies. the thickpile carpet. . Mason
the greatest stock of farm prod- One gas station operator., John points out there Sloane's decorating
ucts in the world, he hadn't even Jarvis of San Iiego. testified that touches make a fine impression
set up a sales organization to try he had been visited by Shell agents on important visitors, yet didn't
to get rid of it, until Whitten's two or three times a day and told cost the U.S. Treasury one-red
su',commrttce put a hooker in to cut pnces-at hi- own expense. cent. That's because FHA is "Self-
Benson's appropriation bill requir- "Have you complete freedom financing; shows a large profit, In
ing him by law to do so. Ironically, from the company to display cornm- its mortgage-ir.surance operations
Benson then announced that he petitive TBA items tire, battery, and today boasts an insurance re-
was -proud of having set up a accessory'%?" asked Roosevelt. serve over $400.000,000. . Mason
sa.es organization He omitted "Well, you don't exactly have admits, thot.gh, that home owners
any reference to the law which complete freedom," replied Jar- who have paid up their FHA mort-
forced him to act. vis. "You arr requested to buy gages are part-owners of the.
2. In the closing days of Con- from a certain source. We have surplus and get d i v i d e n d pay-
gress, Benson asked for $2,000,- two sources. I mean, you are ments. Also, as the -surplus grows,
000,000 more to buy farm com- either signed up with a Goodyear the premiums that FHA charges
modities. Had cotton been sold on line or the FArestone line, and you home owners for mortgage in-
the foreign market, he would are expected to buy from one or surance are likely to be reduced.




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FLASH POPS INTO ACT-Seems a "chain reaction" set In
when this United Press photographer tried to get pictures of stomn-
bedecked chorus girls. Akira Sekiguchi was dragged into the act
,by Sayokd Asal, left and Sayoko Kiguch4i who were rehearsing
(their nuclear number on a rooftop in Tokyo. Girls are, from thL
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AN IKE ORIGINAL-Donald Cameron at Wilson's Mills, Me.,
poses happily with the portrait of himself painted by President
Eisenhower. Cameron guided the President while he fished in
the Parmachenee Lake country last June. Painting was done
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WASHINGTON (-NEA)- The threw a fancy luncheon at the just cerosa Lafayette Park from
resiliency anl tough fiber of Wash- Mayflower Hotel for 70 women, the White ,.aouse.
ington socianUfe, and its ability to including the wives of Supreme mattertef, Faye?" asked one of
carry on in the face of adversity, Court Justices Harold Burton, T. the cast *he* he caught her look-
accounts for Its enduring quality. Clark and Stanley Reed. This was ng moodiy utof her window at
Never was this more vividly the menu: the executive-mansion, "miss the
demonstrated than after the an- Mellon balls au saibayone, old homestead?',
nouncemeqt 4o Ike' sheart attack. broiled half chicken with cream 'r0," she.ahswered gaily "just
That Saturday night more than a gravy, bollec potatoes, asparagus looking to he if Bernie Baruch
dozen hostesses carried on bravely tips polonaise (cream sauce), sitting on one of the benches in
with their major cocktail parties mixed said with avocado and to- the park."
and dinners. The'next night there mato (and cream dressing) and
were 18 big parties, attended oy Parfait Mayflower (three kinds of Male members of the staff of
various top administration f f i- ice cream topped with chocolate the Brazilian embassy have formed
cials. sauce and whipped cream), what they call the Samba Football
Club to play other embassy soc-
Th Brazilian Embassy, which The excited bark of Vice Presi- cer teams. They're trying to lose
had a big award ceremony and dent Nixoqnj dog, Checkers. al- weight, among other things. But to
reception planned for the third most seemed indecent w h e b make sure they don't go too far
evening after Ike's attack, tenta- newsmen arrived at t he VP's towards taking off weight, the los-
tively postponed the affair until it house to find out what he planned ing team throws a champagne
gotan 0 f-om the State De- to do during the crisis of I k e's party and buffet dinner.
apartment that Ike was out of im- heart attack.


Several reporters blsisted that
Checkers was implyleg 'that she
might be the next regular canine
resident of the White House since
Franklin Roosevelt's Fala. That i4
tX his master guas-far and wins the
presidency next year.
Since last being in the news, inc.-
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Paul Butler, chairman of the
Democratic National Committee,
and other prominent Notre Dame
alumni iq town have organized big.
closed-ehteuit TV parties for the
football games this fall at the
bSheratoe-Park Hotel.
Tab per person for the parties
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was slinig on an on wo we vnees
After the cereinony chalmpaga in the perk." Here's a tip for Alien Dulles,
toasting lastedbthree hours, One head at the Central Intelligence
the most enthusiastic celebrats Her frolicking with newsmen Agency:
at this significant gathering was who have covered Nixon's house is The five single Russian gals em-
the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs the first real fun Checkers has had played at the Soviet embassy now
of Staff, Adm. Arthur Radford. since being forbidden to cross the have permission to date American
street and play with her boy friend boys since the big friendship pro-
Ladies, this is the time of year Alger. gram was handed down from
to relax on your diet. Moscow.
At last that's what Washington Faye Emerson, the former wife What could be a better match fo
society wonien are doing. Other of Elliott Roosevelt, is in town in some young CIA agents trying to
afternoon Mrs. Henry Grady, wife the play "Heavenly Twins." She's carve themselves a good future In
of the former ambassador to Iran, staying at the Hay-Adams Hotel, the spy business?



Walter Winchell In New YorK


F MAN ABOUT.TOWN stick...Jane Russell's platter of would you like to see President of
"Daddy" (from "Gentlemen Mar- the U.S.?...The last time we did it
The Joan Crawford-Al Steele ry Brunettes") has been banned Eisenhower ran away with it 6 to
merger must be jelling. Her apt by CBS. "Too suggesitve." (Jane ] ..The Truman White House
here (on East End Ave. near 4th) sings it in the film)...A band chief crowd told intimates of mine:
is being decorated. Scads of fur- and a Souseity Girl cab'd all the "Can't you get that guy in New
nacha, drapes, etc., arrive daily... way to Monroe, N.Y. to drop a pail York to stop that damb thing?
Marie MacDonald and her tots of garbage at a magistrate's front Before it becomes a trend!"...
leave for Paris in two weeks-for door. He fined them for speeding Shortly after, Truman tried to per-
a long, long long time ..Annie a week before ..Phil Silvers and suade Ike to run as a Democrat...
Sheridan and Rudolfo Acosta (a Fran Keegan are doing the first- Anyway, let's try it again.. Just
long-time things are sotto-voce but nights and distract at least one send me a postcard or letter nam-
hubba hubba...Novelist Louis critic. (Why doesn't Mr. Silvers ing your choice for Prez. You don't
L'Amour finds it novel with Kathy go back where he came from?)... have to give your name or ac:-
Adams...Bud Arvey. the image of After paying a month's rent Miss dress...Mail entries to W.W., Box
his pater 'ake (Democratic boss Monroe decided not to move into 711, Grand Central Sta N.Y.C.. S
in Chicago), is planning a conven- 2 Sutton Place. nixon? Harriman? Warren? Ke-
tion with Jean Aronson...Rubirosa ------- fauver? Knight? Russell? G man
broke? Ha! He just paid plenty for The Cables: The ultra-shmultra Hoover? Joe Doakes?
Laddie Sanford's string of polo Marquis de Cuevas lodged in a -
ponies. "the world's finest"... French boarding house because From Harry Cushing's corner in
Conrad Hilton's nephew Tony Car- the best hotel in France wouldn't the Rome (Italy) American News:
penter blends with Lilian Rein- admit his dawg...Romans -are "The gossip columnist has become
hard Nov. 12th...Franchet Tone's gasping about the torrid love- an important part of American life
in tune with Jueen Compton (play- scenes a Briddish Lord is playing and -is spreading to all parts of
,wright Clifford Odets' protegee) with artist Novella Parigini in the world. The originator of the
whom he meets nightly after the Itgly's intimate boites...Intimates Broadway gossip column (as we
"Cherry 0 r c h ar d" rehearsals report that Princess Meg's version know it today) is WW...It has not
away downtown...Many red faces of "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best only become an integral part of
at the N.Y. Times. A copy boy Friend" is big-time. Does it in the American life, but the entire world
:wrote an editorial and it got into style of a weary blues singer. They has taken up-the trend. Here in
i the paper. Nobody knows how. claim she could star and carry a Italy the number is constantly in-
Broadway revue "even if her creasing. And it all started when
name was Moitl Protz!" Mr. Winchell started his...It is cer-
The Washington Line: Did any- tain that the editor didn't know
one point out that the paper-back that he' was starting a new trend
Western story little David Eisen- Metopera diva J. Novotna's in journalism, obe which changed
shower sent his Grandpa ("The daughter Jarmils Daubek weds the whole appearance of the daily
Mackenzie Raid") was auth'd by wealthy Peter Packard on Nov. paper." (And changed a vast
a fishing pai of Ike? Col. Red 19th at the manse of the Win. army of nobodies into copycats
Reeder, ass't Graduate Mgr of Woodwards...Actor Francis Beth- and ingrates.)
'Athletics at West Point...Whether encourt (N a n c y Nugent's ex.
or not Ike runs in '56-top GOP groom) and Patricia Coogan build The Oct. Harper's Bazaar cover
newsmen got leaves-of-absence to their romansions at Romeo by Dick Avedon is an eye-holder .
.work on The Citizens for Fisen- Salt 's...Milkmaid Ice Cream Is Ivan Black (who invoked No. 5
bower Comm...Infernal Revenue is launching the first of 2000 stores before a Cong. Committee probing
about ready to grab several N.Y. on the 14th at Riveredge, N.J.... Bway pinks) is a member of The
bistros for back taxes...Don Rog- The Charley Applewhites (he's the Lambs. Many of whom are still
ers (the Herald Tribune's finan- 23-year-old singer Milton Berle wincing..,Stanley Prager of -Pa-
cial ed) will play a big part in elevated to Succe$$) confirmed the jama Game" (he also used the
election preparations for the Re- rumors. She took the tots back to 5th) got a raise from the man-
pubz. Mr. Rogers will demonstrate Texas...Tv actor Walter Kinsella aagement. .Paul Muni reportedly
economic and financial gains un- has ,one social or his old Stork told chums he will never act
der Repub leadership...The reason Club friends. Takes socialite Nina again. (Oh, now, Paul! Cut that
for the Prez beinp "so tired" last Coogan to Armando's...Tommy out!)...Pals of Dick Haymes say
week was all those sedatives! Dorsey, 3rd is off to Okinawa as he told thedi he and Rita "worked
a Navy jet-fighter pilot...Wasn't out an arrangement" which he
UN Chief Dag Hammersjolk has that a nice, small wedding Eddie will announce later Al Segal (he
flipt over Elena Durgess. She s a & Debbie had? The immediate owns pieces of more than 50
Romanian Countess. Works here family and a few close pho- restaurants) married Shirley Lew-
as a librarian.. The Belgian King's tographers. is in Virginia last week. His 2nd.
brother (Prince Albert) and thrust Her 5th...Miami's Jungle Club has
Stella Glenn do unroya) rhumbas The Hearst and Gallup GOPolls a strip-pip named Joan DiMaigeo.
at Tavern on the Grden..Jtalian (canvassing only Repubs) remind ...Add Mad vertisin g Agen-
star Silva&.Pap amazea Lv us to resume our own inviting cy Names: Kachem, Grabbem,
, people ( ) up ams lip-Dqnos, Reptbs, Indies, at al...Wh Kissen and Oooh.

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CUTTING OUT THE FUSS-Children sit quietly in this London,
England, barbershop, and it isn't because of the women barbers.
The children don*' mind getting their hair trimmed when they.
can amuse themselves in toy ears, trucks, boats or horses which
have beep installed instead of the conventional chaJr..


BIBLE THAT ISN'T READ-This Bible, which nobody can.
read today, is a recent addition to the rare-book collection in the,
I Detroit, Mich., Public Library. It's a translation into the language'
of the Massachusetts Indians, who disappeared as a tribe in the
early 1700's. Translation was made by the Rev. John Eliot, D.D.,
in 1663. Dr. Eliot devised the alphabet, as the tribe had none,
and then taught the Indiani how to read it. Today, because the
tribe's traditions and dialect in the Algonquin tongue are forgotten,
nobody can decipher Dr. Eliot's Bible. The copy pictured above
is one of a second, revised edition, printed by Samuel Green, of
Cambridge, Mass., in 1685.


ROLLING OUT THE WORK-Roller skates make work easier
for these file clerks in the busy blueprint library of Lockheed's
Marietta, Ga., aircraft plant. The blue-leaned girls roll back and
forth finding and returning blueprints requested by engineers,
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15-Bird
seed
19-Roman
garment
20-Arabian ,
gazelle
21-Division
of poem
22--Vocal
23-Sign
24-Hurtful -
26-Isinglass
27-Breast-
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29-Egg-
shaped
30-Moham-
medan
month
32-Creed
34-Age
35-Food
of wild
turkey
36-Deprive
of office
39-Moist
41-Coal .
distillate
43-Call for a
repetition
47-Door-
keeper
48-Indian
weight
49-Uncanny
51-Number
52-Dessert
53-Exact


HORIZONTAL
56--Phase
58- Lamb's
mother
89-U. S. coin
61-Peppery
62-Catch
64-Dove
note
65-Demure
60-Ever-
green
shrub
68-Having
fiat-,
breast-
bone
70-Of the
appear-
ance of
wood
72-Austra-
lian bird
73-Staleness
76-Footed
vase
77-Run
very
fast
80-Come
out into
view
81-Cigar
case
85-F oot of
an ape
86-Ancient
Italian
goddess
88--Wold
89- Small bird
90-Unfailing
91-Before
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94-One
under-
going
Instruct.
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97-Kindled
98-Posses-
siaon
100-Charm
102-Period
of time
103-Wrath
105-Rankle
107-By way
of
108-And not
109-Hard
110-Cancel
112-Shelter
114-Star-
flower
116-Conceal
119-Sway
suddenly
121-Advent
125-Island
of
Sai ts
126-Unyield-
Ing
129-Hat-
plant
130-Pier
131-Loop
132-Brisk
133--Snail-
like
154-Bobbin
135-Hail
136-Automa-
ton
137--Solar
disk


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2-Broad-
topped hill
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apparatus
4--Sea-cow
5--Having
rhythmi-
cat fall
6-Sharp
mountain
spur
7-Pose
8-Game fish
9-Biblical
mount
10-Salt of
acetic acid
11-Hair on
horse's
neck
12-Pismire
13-Gape
14-Comfort
15-Tale
16-Jejune
17-Large
rodent
18--Ardor
25-Damage
28-Some-
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value
31-Parson-
age
33-Bird note
35-Those of
high rank
36-City in
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37-Finer
38--Leanness


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40-Trans-
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42-Macaw
44-Partake
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45-Regain
46--Foe
48-Ermine
49-Elastic
bitumen
50-The I
54-The
stitchbird
55--Lessened
57--Some-
thing
Inert
60-Diffident
63-Aromatic
rootstock
65---Lliaceous
herb
67--8ource
of heat
6A-Margin
69-Angle
of pipe
71-Alcoholic
liquor
74-Restraint
75--rBright
77-Bundle
of grain
78S-Describe
gram.
matically
79--Coarse and
- broken
part
of flax
82-Indian
83-Bay
window


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87-Cribpage
pin
89-Crown
92-One
kiloliter
93-Japanese
95-To-do
96-Consumet'
99-Timeless
101-Peace pipf
104-Porti's '
waiting
woman
106-Grade
108-Plant
liquid
109 --Thorougbs
tare
11-Spanish
gentle-
man
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115-Salute
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117-Sea bird
118-Adduce
119-Mislay
120-Nimbus
122-Horse
gait
(Manege)
123-Tropical
plant
124-Fine
linen
127-4-emale
antelope
128--1aby's
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lotov. bf making him apiogi ae publicly for a truing
tical 'ytror."
anoier thiug. teRumalan have lit be known
that they aren't in fayef of the wet's plan for (her-
many. The plan wAs worked out at the recent Big
Three meeting in New York. It eaiUs for German unifi-
cation axid a European security pact to be carried out
as twi f operation. -
Hints dropped by Iron Curtain diplomats have left
itle -.ntLthat the plan is not acceptable to Moscow.
But 'Salt. quotes iWs informants as say in the Rus-
sla#s hyndo ade it clear:they want to continue.nego-
uiatRib ut lh the W evei- tho ih o.-plvi for the
reunification of Oermany ean be woftkeduit now.
Henw-msit. month's- eeting in Genet"'may 1e. no
more than a warm-up fibr a bigger conference later.
Iran Is likely to get a .big chunk of American mili-
tary equapnent now- that hef has Joined the Baghdad
And AAmeican officers may go to Persia In increas-
Ing nuaihea to help train and modernize the Iranian
army. ,
At prtit4 Turkey is the strong power in the Bash-'
dad A$iince, its army and airforce already having
been beefed up by American help. The Turks will con-
tinue to get Americean weapons but the main effort
will be to strengthen the middle reaches of the Al-
liance Iran and Iraq.
Britain, which has air bases and other military ar-
rangements in Iraq will supply arms and training to
the IraqiUl:'
Pakistani. which guards the eastern flank of the al-
liance, It also getting American arms. -
Strengbhening of the Baghdad Alliance is not being
looked on with favor by one Important western pow-
er P ance.
The Frentch even were opposed to bringing Iran into
the alHance
They said would provoke-Russia and anger Egypt.
However, the United Stites and Britain have taken
the position all alonF that a positive defense belt must
be created' between the Soviet Union and -the Mediter-
ranean It e it Russia was to be prevented from car-
rying out 'her centuries-old ambition to get warm wa-
ter ports 6n the Mediterranea and the Indian Ocean.
The theory of London and Washington in backing
the Bagndad Alliance is that it ultimately will attract
the support of the other Arab states.
Before that can happen there must be peace be-
tween thWArab states and Israel. And Russia appears
tobe trying to keep the Arab-Israeli quarrel heated up.
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-A Royal House party fanned British speculation that
the Princess will harry her flier.
Princesi'Margaret Is spent the night Friday at a
house onaty at the home of her cousin, Mrs. John
Mills, in Windsor, 35 miles from London. Group Cap-
tain Peter Townsend is spending the weekend there
too.
The Princess and Townsend drove separately from
London through the rolling h lls of Berkshire to keep
their second rendezvous in 24 hours.
Sources. q.ose to the palace say the Duke of Edin-
burgh suggested last night's dinner meeting and
probably the houAe party 7T s0 that the 25-year-old
Princeas- can see for herself f1 she still loves the 40-
year-old (ler.


But MaL.garet isn't saying how she feels. In an al-
most unprecedented statement from Clarence House,
the Queen's news secretary said no public statement
about Margaret's future is contemplated right now.
Ani the secretary said Margaret has asked the pub-
lic to respect her privacy..,
To any 4rltons, the announcement means the Prin-
cess obityuly ha an Interest in Townsend. And ob.
servers [liieve the meetings are building up to an
official aiouncement. '
Prime Minister Eden plans to call on Queen Eliza-
beth when 'she returns from Scotland tomorrow An
announcement is expected sometime after that meet-
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S ISTIAIAN SPORTS

I.. S.TDiIe I MlA aN,:. sWHAT -]HAD B. predicted f6r sgoetlhg was
he u auabers r ,wa u resumed iou confirmed Wsdaoy neon In. L o. Fred Hut.
vat i, secret alni at least wone tor of pan- chinso-asignid a two-year contract to matage the se-
asa City. venth-piacc .Crdlnal their *et ebb Since 1919.
SMe nwh e, governUent qgenole n continh to take The 36-eod4 uitcbinson reie Harry Walker
stpep,. 1rteg bt the riOret. e. . who ha_ leao'r for b.e SuiE last gay. u t.
1- tsiery b 6 uiianasger r.. -Caulo4 A., Wpou hnson a emlt the aha ,drjpppng-all the


-m"r leae, moddnled f -t .-.: e~.sIs --
SXetI'PUoDI fin for SIhi e it d e#Uktlql ae we -
*sae echa lee ratm '." i eoe 1ot$ knewmy-
Caduft eCe chance bigwig NicolAs Agnuar, whatale .'
p himself after escaping through the back door when Lane says Walker has been offered a' job manag-
his plae s raided last Sunday morning, was relegs- lng in the minors, but has not yet given the club his
ed. thursday on $500 ball. answer.
Detectives, who arrested two during the raid, said Hutchinaon is cailtious about making predictions.
Aguflar's bonk book showed that almost daily deposits "We'll bhae a better team In 196.," says Hutch, "one
up .until Afg. 16 gave him a bank balance of $27.141.66, that will ultimately be a pennant contender."
which is believed to be profits from the bolita racket. The new manager will leave with Lane on Oct. 22
b to watch Ca-dInal youngsters now playing ball in the
Panama had an official vsit from Costa R I c a n Cuban Winter League.
President Johd Fiqueres who visited President Ricardo It had been expected all along that Hutchison would
Arias in San -Ternando Clinic where Panama's chief get the Cardinal Job. The former Detroit manager-and
executive was under treatment for a kidney ailment, star pitcher arrived in St. Louis Monday and attempt-
After being the guest of honor at luncheons and ed to restt' .idfer the name, $t "Jones." .l:t of
reception, Fiuers played host at another reception clock-abPd-agg r hi-.flAk failed when the ceiR -said
AA departed along with his American-born wife. he had no empty robus. A friend then obtained a
rdluident Arias was scheduled to leave the hospital room for Hltchison by identifying the new manager.
yesterday and to be in his office at the Presidencla Hutchison's best year as a pitcher was 1950 when
tomotrow morning., he won Ii games arnd lost eight. He replaced Red Rolfe
S--- o as manager of Detroit In July of 1952. The Tigers were
The tallest buildlis In the Republic of Panama,.. In eighth place when Hutchinson took over and they
..the new President Rem6n S lal Security Poly- finished in that same spot. Hutchinson boosted the
eUnie, was Inaugurated Wednesday. Tigers to sixth. place in 1953 and they finished fifth
The.l1-stery building, built at a cost of aproxi- In 1954. Hutchlnson then asked for a two-year con-
mately 1.,S lU wit bouse 28 medical aad teae tract and, whea refused, he quit.
dental clinics in addition to other facilities all a-e o_"co -' ..
modernly equipped. Latest official figure ,sho Texas Chri4tian leads
o the nation's college football teams in rushing. The
A $47,506,775 budget request for fiscal 1956 was sub- Horned i'rogs have gained an average of 334 yards on
mitted to the National Assembly, with the highest ap- the ground.
propriation request being a record $10,000,000 for edu- Top honors in passing go to the Mountaineers of
cation. West Virginia. The Mountaineers also have gained
o enough ground rushing to lead the nation in total of-
While Zonians were still waiting to hear about the fense wita 432 yards per game.
liquor situation, Rufus Lovelady, national vice-presi- In pro football, veteran Otto Graham of the
dent of tile American Federation of Government Em- Cleveland Browns has moved up. into the top spot
ployes dlitpatched a letter to Sen. Walter F. George in passmin. Graham has completed 26 of 41 passes
(D-Ga.) protesting the delay. for a totlI of 393 yards.
Lovelady's comments in the letter drew the ire of Rookie Alan Anmeche of the Baltimore Colts moved
Panami assemblyman Alfredo Aleman, Jr. who de- Into first 'place in ball carrying. The forTher Wiscon-
scribed it to the assembly as an "absurdity." sin All-American has gained 404 yards In 62 attempts.
Despite announcements made weeks ago that He is averaging six-point-five yards on each carry.
the reduced liquor for Zone residents would so o
into effect very noon, no definite word has as yet The national amateur tennis .champion Tony
reached the consumers. Trabert has turned pro for the highest guarantee in
o history.
Two American fliers whose Piper Tri-Pacer plane Promoter Jack Kramer signed Trabert after dicker-
was ditched off the coast of Punta Mangle, about 50 Ing all day Tuesday in Los Angeles. Kramer says Trab-
miles from Albroolk were spotted and rescued by 26th ert *lll iLt more money than any other player he's
Air Rescue aircraft which searched the area after re- ever signed. Kranr..r paid Frank Sedgman of Austra-
ceiving word of their plight. U11 $75,000 several years ago. Kramer says Traher will
They were found safe, but shaken by their ordeal get at least $75.000 plus a percentage of the groads. The
and flown by helicopter, back to Albrook. Immigration promoter predicts Tony "should clear $100,000 the first
authorities then tcc.k over In making arrangements to year."
get the men, pilot Richard Pinney, 23, and George _Kramer also Is trying to sign the 21-year-old "Whiz
Goodmau back home to Erie, PennsylvAnla. Kids" from Australia... Ken Rosewall and Lew Hoad.
o -- He's offered each $50,000. Kramer says: "I sincerely
For the second time famed Norwegian adventurer, believe they'll come in. I mugt know by next week so
Thor Heyerdahl passed through Panama. Thisa thi I can complete arrangements for a world tour." If
the Kon ki author was bound for the remote Ratter the Ausales also turn pro. Kramer probably will be-
Islands on the Chr Belland, a 450-ton fishing boat he come the fourth player in the troupe.
had converted for the scientific expedition. Heyerdahi Trabert won 19 tournaments while losing only
was out to prove his, theory that American Indians three thle year. He won the, United States, Wim-
were the first inhabitants of Polynesia. bledon and French championships... best hiow-
The expedition is expected to take about one' year, Inc In tennis since Don Budge won those three
and Is comprised of three American archaeologists. a plus the Australian title 17 years ago. Trabert
Norwegian photographer, a Chilean scientist, and swept through the American and Wimbled6n
Heyerdahi's family. championships without losing a set. An injured
o shoulder hampered him in Davis Cup competi-
A group o0 12 f4nily apartment buildings In Pedro tlon when Australia regained the international
Miguel, and. several four-family quarters in Gamboa trophy from the Americans.
will be cited to the Army and the Air Force, accord- -- o -


ing to an announcement made by the Canal Co-
pany. The Brooklyn Dcdgers have sent one of their pinch
Assignments to the quarters will be made by the hitters to the Chicago Cubs.
services themselves. Thirty-one-year-oid Krank Kellert battedl .325 with
., .... ---- o --. the Dodgers this year. He drove in 9 runs huId games.
A Pueto Rican soldier will probably face court mar,..j i as the club's top right-,bhiidA pf-hitter.
tial an, a Panamanian bread salesman, SebastiAt :-, fl' alsodeq. first bhfhl- ths sea -
Chieri 1 spending the next 60 days in jail and wa sqn He hai eoa Aile It esu a t in the
Fined 100 for purchasing food from--the soldier who rld Seri -F 1-9.
saidc't was "surplus" for his company, the 23rd Med- The Cubbprtedly paid SmS*yn $15,000 for Kel-
Mc Battalion. The across the border food was foun-r4eWt lus onwptavyr still to be adted,
n Chars shop. n an er plaPr deal, the Wafes ob-


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It was a big dav Friday Jor President Eisenhower
-h s 6Urk*thday. .*.- -
EJ 3iBflV he bad ttkbd It ii the bispal, the
Celebration was a happy one. Gifts and birthday mes-
sages-piled up from all over the world. And Mrs. Elaen-
bower got a personal greeting frow fellow patients.
He was allowed to spend 40 minute. on a sun ter-
race. Then he was wheeled. around the terrace to see
some 0 ptens. Tu. 'VIresident eereod over the
edge fl lerrace, and, all tArther, the crowd be-
low yelled, happyp birthday." The President grin-
ning waved his thanks.
Perhaps his best present was one sentence in his
doctors' report..It said "the President's cardiograr,
h ..sU sd t a O tisfO ory 16L It wa thirst
ume f p.s A s retI... t..4.
OWe of .e fost sentiun presents was a bouquet
of roses irom the President's mother's garden in Abi-
lene, Kanas His mother is dead, but the home and
garden now are toe Eisenhower museum.
One -Ofthe President's granddaughters. three-year-
old Susan, a^nt a boot ealle--SO ways to plaW soil-
taire." Ze1 r aayear-old eterP BaribeAr.-- um, sent a
O .swj ..e book. A en.-ywer. Pvd Sgave

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, M"


his grandfather a record of a humorous monologue
The hospital gave the President a two-tiered bkib4
day cake.. covered with .hlie frosting .and red I
-asy114 "Happ y-rthday, ke." It took seven cotb
aifdJa.Irs saUrgP lsed.by a WAC bajor .tr- io-
and a half hourd to make the cake. But the President
could eaL only a tntn sliver because of his diet.
The day of celebrating ended with a quiet, early,
dinner with Just Mr. and Mrs. Eisenhower.
Bernard MacFaciden health faddist and publisher,
died of a blood clot on the brain.
The 8/-year-old nhysical-.culturist died Wednesday
night in the medical center ab Jersey City, New Jer-
sey, wiLi several members of his family at his bed-
side.
MacFadden started life as a poor boy and built a
hum l fqnne from health and physical culture maga-
sinel. He had almost no formal schooling.
He had a life-long distrust of doctors, and entered
the hosultal only after he had tried to cure'a liver
almept by lasting for three days in a hotel room.
Doctorssaid he wasj In a weakened condition when he
was admitted to the medical center.
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The brightest prospect in. professon"l'bhketball -
Tom Gola has broken his right hand. Doctors say
i'll be sidelined at least one month.
The aix-roet, seein-inch Gola ts a rookie with the
Phkladeluhia Warriors. He was hurt while playlp in
an exbilbitior TVJusiay night against the.-ostoh Celiecs
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doctor told him he broke a bone between the -wrist
and knuckle. Gola left a hospital after doctors put a
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Philadelphia and was voted player-of-the-year in the
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