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PANAMA~ L.. P..lUNDA. OCTOBR Is. U
W:estBig 3 Nix
. "Arms P ea
SGNEVA,. Oct.29 (UP).- T.e Wetern Big Three
Se decided to torn down Itrael's pleas f6r arms and new
s ,eority guarantees In the wake of the new flareup of
Middle East fighting, authoritative sources alid today.
The xeurdes said, however, the Western allies are
preparing to renew their three-way 1950 deqlarqtion
pedigng action against aggression by either Israel or the
Arab ataes. -. '
,h Big Three foreign ministers met urgently for a
half hour today against a background of reports of new
S Israeli-Egyptian clashes in the Gaza frontier area.
,* The Western ministers were, patches from the. battle-torn
reported h be "deeply disturb- Gaza strip.
ed' over the explosive Middle Sharett asked to see U.S. Sec-
L East situation. retary of State John Foster
Del atLmo officials confirmed Dulles today but a U.S. .de a-
that td#y's meeting was devot- tlon spokesman said Dulles ?ef-
ed in part to esxanming how initely will not see him today
the three powers could prevent although they might meet to-
the outbreak of full-scale fight- morrow.
ing between Egypt sad Israel. Sharett has been seed fig
IsraeU premier Moshe Sharett. promises of arms from the West
who" arrived here Thursday, at- to match Communist arms shlp-
tended the Synagogue here this ments to Egypt and a security
morning and then returned to guarantee against Egyptiah at-
his villa to study latest dis- tack. *
eo r me
;Artilhery Bombardme ts,
* ,'.,. .
TEL AVIV, oct. 29-(lP)-
Egyptian rt ry tlundee6 e -
cross the Gazb demilitarited
tofte between Israel and Mgpt
during the night and Egyptln
troops were repttlsed ii two at-
tempts to capture advanced Is-,
raell,positions, it was announc-
ed tocdy. *
Nr# Isaeli casualties were.re-
The Egyptian artillery bar-
ra was directed against ad-
anced Israeli positions at Nir-
Im, one of the chain of small
settlements along the powder-
keg Gaza strip.
It was Egypt's answer to the
retaliatory lighting stab Israeli
forces made five /miles inside
,fgyptian territory yesterday.
SAnnouncing the new flare-up,
Israeli military spokesman Maj1.
S Klan GoV said tian forces
attacked lWrim p ftiens in pla-
toon strength with mortar and
machinegun support twice dur-
in. the night.. ,
The attacks 'were repulsed
each time, he said.
asrael lodged a complaint with
the United Nations over the last
niht's flareup and truce com-
gi4nllon observers have been-
sent to the Gaza area to inves-
SIsraeli troops raided the
Sy an outpost El Kutilla in
etatipIorw an Etyptian at-
usual lor illed 10 Egyp-
tians wi c. eptreGd at least 20
others qrly yesterday in the
first major border skirmish
since Communist arms reached
S h%2w raid was launched to em-
phalsze *hat "should have been
clear" to Egypt that attack
v1oul be iet with eounter-pt-
tack, the official said.
"If they wa;k us to leave them
alone, let them leave us alone,"
The official said the operation
retaliated for the Nitzant attack
in whichone Israeli policeman
was killed, three were wounded
and two are missing.-
He said italo was warning a-
gainst fu er 'yrian -entrench-
ment attempts inside Israel's
northern border. *
Israeli officials said the troops
penetrated five miles across the
troubled frontier and captured
the isolated fortress -40 miles
south of El Auja.
The Egyptians manning the
post offered only token resist-
ance, the officials said, and the
raiders w-re back across the
border before dawn.
In Cairo, an Egyptian spokes-
man said reinforcements rushed
to tle area to re-take the post
killed four Israelis and captured
arms and ammunition abandon-
ed by the raiders. He claimed
four Egyptians were killed.
SThe Israell army said the
raiding party was ordered to
"capture the fortress and take
prisoners, but do no more."
El Kutilla is an oasis inacces-
sible by road. It is surrounded by
sand dumes and normally is a
Arab encampment. Recently it
was turned into a military
Cairo radio warned that Israel
was "playing with fire." The
broadcast said such actions in-
dicate that "they have o1st their
Egypt submitted a stiff com-
plaint to the United Nations, re-
ouesting immediate investiga-
For Nov. 6'
Five principal objectives have
been outlined by the Canal Zone
Civil Defense Section in the local
observance of Operation Home-
front Week which will be held
Nov. 6 to 12.
The observance of Homefront
Week in the Canal one is a part
pf the program being conducted
throughout Region III of the
Federal Civil Defense Adminis-
tration which comprises the
seven Soputheastern 8 t a t es,
Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands,
and the Canal Zone.
This is a concentrated Civil
Defense drive to cretae public
awareness of the necessity of
family preparedness against en-
emy attacks on natural disas-
The Canal' Zone Civil Defense
Homefront program is designed
to accomplish the following five
principal objectives in the
1. Self protection.
2. participation n the warden
3. First Aid training.
4. Preparation of a home first
aid kit and a civil defense tm-
provised portable first ai9 141
for first ad workers.
5. oreste and maintain'
three-dai spply of canned food
tiiat 6bmei for UeBuencv use.
In of o eadvi= j and fpa-
Ily group to stepa frr self s-
ervatlon. We mra Monlfent
that the baae t-ps of home
preparedness wmeb WIl be
stressed here during the ob-
servanace of Operation Home-
front Week will ieaiease each'
family's chances for survival.
in event of a majn r disaster.
"The objectives of Operation-
Homefront are basic needs in.
our civil defense program here
in the Canal Zone, and we be-
lieve they are basic needs for
every family." ,
Special attention will be given
during the week's observance to
keeping a stock of an emergen-
cy food supply to last at least
three days. This phase of the
observance is also being given
special emphasis throughout the
regional observance. Special dis-
plays of "Grandma's Pantry"
containing canned foods which
might be required under emer-
gency conditions are planned by
the commissary retail stores in
Balboa, Cristobal, Paraiso, and
Residents in all communities
will be urged to take an active
part in the civil defense pro-
gram by joining the warden
service and in first aid training.
The Civil Defense section has
planned to' publicize the public
action signals which are trans-
mitted over the a raid siren
system as a prr of Operation
Homefront. These now consist
of only two signals. the take
cover and alert signals. The new
signals were adopted for the
Canal Zone earlier this year and
were heard for the first time in
the Zone-wide civil defense test
Tourist Season For Panama
Predicted 'Bigger, Better'
MIAMI BACH, Oct. 29 (UP)- o 0-
A banker sUggested today that The tourist season will be even after sight-seeing and sb ping
"batkers' huts" be changed to "bigger and better" this year on both sides of the I -thlus.
hours betterinuted to the public, than last is the prediction of Another tour of-45 people from
such as aftesupper. several travel agents in Panama. the Fort Worth Chamber of
"For too m an years, e have One of the agents, Boyd Commerce arrived yesterday an#
tried to ani the public conform Brothers. predicted the bptimis- will remain until tomorrow
to ourS td;t," ve-Pridet tice outlook based on the fact mornln. They are on a tour of
EWarwl F. jTaylor of the Bank that he bad a biRger schedule Sou rte-r ca. The ground will
of Vtginla told the Consumer of cruise snips listed this year be Oebteftaned at the Union
Bnakers A1 e for the coming season than last Club at a luncheon today and
"It Is time we had our banks yebr. other activities have been plan-
open daring the hours the pub- Another travel agent. Persons ned for them before they de-
lie wan to gettogeto tmhewem Travel said that a total of 35 part.
crplae ships will be handled 1o- The biggest ships slated to ar-
cally this season. He added that rive here early in December. the
Masked,, feelings there were larger ships slated to Persons Bureau said were the
reach our shores than ever be- Nieuw Amsterdam and the Mau-
PATKR8 *J., Oct. 20 (UP) fore.. retania. which can each accom-
~J -l rs. Dor V r. of Dumont, Boyd attributed the spurt in modate about 800 passengers.
L N, fled suit for divorce today, tourist business to the fact that ,A new Fretch Line ship,
cbh lin Pier husband Often Panatha has being receiving a Flander, wll begin a New Or-
-ejared her face to'sa "left- great deal of nublibity Stateside, leant to Pmnam* run next
ovr mask Nrom Ballpwe'e'." i and travel-minded vacationers month. carryIne about 800 oas-
_Juld Marast Varner. of seem to have beeote Caribbean- senxe's on eebh of the three
Newi'r A J BJ o conelonn trios she Is scheded to make.
Co l etterY. The first Crul. ship of the The first mea e ship which
0e ap he had boasted season Ocean M reh brought Persn Travel Bureau will han-
SL ainr other women. 300 tourists tn Pnansa yester- die a the Uiwr OtW. due here
T, wra- rried in 1". day. They left lAte last night Dee. 2L
50 Adventure-Filled Years
Spent Here By Karl Curtis
Does $825,843 Bet
Th.B d,, t fE r.t,;-
ifty years ago this month Indian cultures as distinguished 1110 11 U U j IU s tI II ClIU
Karl P. Curtis came to Panama from that found in Chiriqul.
to work on the Canal and to Full credit has been given to
look for adventure. He worked Mr. Curtis for his archaeological
35 years with the Canal orgau- discoveries by Samuel K. Loth- nI- h
Ization and as for adventure-he rop, research archaeologist for IThe Panama Canal Compa ny closed the fiscal yeai ,t
believes that he has had all that the Peabody at Harvard, who .
any man could want. At any has been to Panama several ended June 30,1955, with a tentatively reported net iK
rate he has no desire to live any- times on expeditions for the mu-
where else. seum and who has written sev- of $581,134
It started the adventure, eral books about Indian culture
that is--ahortly after, he arriv- in this area.
ed on the Isthmus in 1905 with Mr. Curtis flas sold or donated A Operating results of the United Stats
the discovery of an 9ld Indian r ely 300 pieces of coc In-. DetaiS ow d Compony re shown today in condn
axe head. dian pottery and other artifacts st
While not exciting to many, to the Peabody Museum, a col- The Panomd Canal Corm- st ments released at Balboa eights by Can
the find revived an terest in election which is known at the condeov. John5.Seybold,presidentofthe Panom
Indian relics that Mr. Curtis had museum as the Curtis collection, pony s condensed finan- ,anam, -".
as a boy when he made a hobby He has also given a large num. cial statements for Fiscal pany which during the past fiscal year reduced
of collecting Indian arrowheads ber of Indian relics to the Pan- Year 955 appear on the ernment's net direct investment in the Cam l Me
in his hometown of Boxford, ama National Museum. Year 1955 appear on the a ent a $10 million liquidating di
Mass. It was the beginning of a Among the most Interesting of back page. by thepayment o a 10 million liquidating d
long trail of archaeological ex- his discoveries are a large num.. United States TreasUry.
plorationwhich has tkehim r of ed.hua" such as ol- Net income of $581,134 for the pst fiscal y
on innumerable trips to the in- id gold-ear sticks, hammered [* N io .r te s si
terior of Panama, to Costa Rica glol cOllars, nose rings,. ear r l M responds to a net income of $4,160,010 for the I
r.nd to many countries in South rings, fish books, necklaces, and y l- m.
America. frogs, as well as clay pottery 1, a
Mr. Curtis celebrated the 50th stone jewelry, and st6ne weap- The substantial drop in net income, which a
anniversary of his arrival on ons, most of which he belleives favo ly to the budget d deficit of $244,70 i;
the Isthmus on Oct. 7, having date back to the 12th century. A -t. -wm..D .y-.toowe r,
arrived on that data in 1905 a- i it. mip able 0rturily to lowejross revenue from bo I
board the old Panama Railroad He still keeps an active inter- athtr .rceS .-nd t .i hCreases in interest reae
steamer Advance along wihUb 21 est in archaeology nfd 3o" ar tM land. Oct. I .(j, to C
cther carpenters sorely needed ha4 made anw. et ion to he (UP V erw pM aata by the Congret.
for the rapidly increasing Canal ( continue on rPge Col. 5, Peter -To~ aheldf e dCrR r enue from totl
construction fprce He remem- .fe tina" sterdan arkd ter tia c volume of U.S. Go
be ts th t l be W as Ngne OIIts,& acro sssalrgnedim eatowoat, their doo
Culebra nd given foldi co re F tysti ace.n the
a1zIto sit as, aA five'. ilcr .....in from Costf o
ba ar to aft B, .,. aI a 5 2s first time es A decrea in .~'erue from cost of C
obo, 2Pal D W- I S r tr"mAneeed d thatr ipport 5oervi as yrimarl- totaling
W ], Seen i to dislvly ,.W
the 6 a rVM .aArl anf g-a a iu4y hte l edl theh second- c1m5 M WtailD 1 4B yeA1
build tle-t o Panam Capal pries SM another two 4n tee as -
Adminitrtien Buildings-one pr cent ;lgt month atl nW S'euation grew that an' in. a inter-
at Culeb and e other atstand fivv r cent below a yeSt clal announcement on a solution eat paymnifi tot TY awTL-
boaMegh ago, the Agirulture Department to their romance is "imminent." ry and t* lAlher eosts of doing
Most of the time since he re- reported today,. business gerierall$, the Compaqy
tired in Nov. 1940, Mr. and-Mrs. I-- a.repoot.forAJhejionthend- While detectives trailed at a absorb' the cost of pay in-
Curtis have made their home ed Oct. 154 the department .also b iscreet distance, Margaret and creasll to employes and other
in the Catia. Zone and have a&nof=lQ dc 4 that.te prices arm- Wowrnsend were seen walking iringi-benefits provided by law.
lived f0i the past few years at ers pay for. their Iavfig and pro- hand-in-had at noon across Traftic continued at a high
Gamboit auction ~uplil rose 1one-third the rolling meadow near Lord levdflrng the period, but fell
As a tault of his absorbing of one p4uper NeW s houSe where they hReb" the overall 1953 and 1954
'obby of collecting pre-bolom- The result was that farm earn- are week-end guests. i al year figures.
blan artifacts, he has earned an ings at mid-October averaged 82 The princess wore a beige While wore opean going
enviable reputation* am on g per cent -of the so-called fair cot 'over'a yellow dress and a' commercial ships used the
leading archaeologists and has price parity. This compared with headscarf covered her curls,. waterway an I asy prev
one Of'the finest collections of farm earnings of 84 per cent of Townsend wore a dark sinessgle year and a new ree-
Panama Indian artifacts owned parity at mid-September and 27 T' ih l orde wa eetablishea in the a-
by anyone on the Isthmus. per cent a'year ago. Their hands were linked and mournt of Cargosh in tppe a-
The report added fuel to the they seemed engrossed in their ough the -anal United
Although he has traveled In already raeinr controversy over The discovery they were on States Goverament shipping
other countries, his most thrill- the price-cost squeeze is which hand-holding terms aoeared to dropped-sharply.
ing discoveries were made in many farmers have been caught. befurther evidence that the Tolls derived from commercial
Panama and his first explorn- It already has become a major bonds of their romance had not vessels amounted to $33,918,993,
tions were made in the Province political issue. been broken by the bittd con- an increase of $16,844 over the
of Chiriqul. In 1912, he became It said lower prices for hogs, troversy over their possible mar- Dtevious year, while tolls cred-
interested in the relics found in cotton, corn, apples and cattle rage ied from .t. S3Government ves-
the now famous Indian graves were chiefly, responsible for the Their meeting for another sells amounted' to $1,217,536, a
in Coelk and is given credit by decrease in average farm prices, week-end touched off lou dspec. decline of $2,671,421 from 1954.
authorities as the first person to Slightly higher prices were re- week-end touched Off loud spec- !The net income stated is after
recognize the difference be- ported for milk, tomatoes, tobac- this may be the "week-eDd of giving effect to payments made
tween the Colce and Veraguas co, strawberries and wheat. decision." to the U;S. Treasury for the net
AJ CO U with his valu al MoUeton of Indian artif acts. Curtis this month celebrai the 0thb anniversary of his
arrival an the Isthmus.
The release of net.
tentative figured #s:t-
by the fact that the
iinatbon has-yet to,
required n tad Cow-IVi
eral charter, a
ue of propertie
time of the Ca
nation on Ju] S -
ready beeth, mae w i
sult of .the
program, bur Bgr
to further refnM
on final deto t
tal aset.a.m retiar
at the na of the f
vestment of the
sent to be
Panama Cana A "L U
This fure, o
Company interA ob
tion by theayhf
0 to the -ra tt
past year as a-J
At Kobbe, ,P
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oh. one to praehi Wb.p A
age in port rei....- -~-
ohbe. and the other to
down the theft of SMA
merchandise at t1e GOua
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employes at Kbbb h
suspended end .
tlon of the On
a mane ag
case hat not
man. > .
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Apples And Mawneallows
Make Halloween Treat
By GAGITNO NlXAD"O
4EA estd and Maket Marw
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4/as ale Ennem__lte. or cJade) .ein NWaiting
Mrs. Kim with winged bird: In the Republic of Korea, culture
-- j stays live while a torn country rebuilds. .......u
BY GALE DUGAS
NEW YORK (NEA) In the
-w r -tore Oriental bridge called
ike Republic of Korea a people
who have never really been allow-
ed to settle into peace are once
t Iaain trying to live as if peace
What is the mainspring, t h e
drive, the goal, since the armis.
twice? Reunification and r e c o n.
struction, of course. But study,
toO. Korean* are eager t4 learn.
To this end, they are coming
E to the United States to learn and
to take their knowledge back to
Kerea with them and pass it on
It an interview in New York,
Mrs. Chong-Sook Kim, here to stu-
dy sculpture, told how it is.
i Koreas have one great ambi-
tie: to study. To study and then
to teach It's tr, ~ of both men
ami woman. And -there are eqnal
~opertualtes for both. We've nev-
er hadLto, bind our feet or to bow
before our husbands and sons, as
f4 Japan. We have the right to
vote, too. Every Korean over 21
hs the right."
$San, attractive and youthful*
looking, Mrs. Kim is a professor
Mof sculpture in the Fine Arts De-
partment of Hong Ik University.
be isalso the wife of Eun Woo
Kim, director of Education De-
pa tment, Ewha Women's Univer-
ity, and the mother of three chil-
Leaving her children in th e
care of her mother-in-law and a
servant, Mrs. Kim c ame here
from Pusan to study at the Uni-
versity of, Mississippi Under a
scholarship f r o m the -areaa
Foundation. She is going on to
the Cranbrook Academy of Art
in Detroit, famous for its scutlp
ture and fine arts, where she will
study another yea. before going
For Korea, she explates, is a
country where culture hs1 al.h
ways been important. : As early
as the year 900, Korean better
made beautiful bowls ani dishes
with a handsome glaged- finish.
Experts on Oriental rt say the
Korean pottery is the best in the
Far East. And the Yi Palace Or.
chestra, founded over 500 years
9Ut Mrs. Kim i the only Ko-
ret holding an sat scholarship
in this country. Why?
"Because the need for engi-
neers and technicians is so great
in the reconstruction task. Over
600 000 homes were destroyed
and about 71 per cent of the
mines and textile factories were
damaged severely. So it's only
natural that art should have to
wait a little."
or a while, yes. Sut With t!-
eaeted women like Mrs. Kim ea-
ger to study and, to teach, Ko,
area's ancient culture is bound to
stay alive and vital.
ight four datllgue
AU D ailL Cat flap
"It's just babt at, dear. It'll
go away." Th a seaks an aunt
or a fa4, 1 0who is trymg
hasbhle~sanferlan wool maternity wardrobe Isrib knit collar and cuff detailing. Skirt has back kick pleat for
ate yeg tr-to-be. Laced toreadr easy walking. Pastel jacket (right) is practical, because it ,
with bright p erblouse. Pants feature washes. This crest Jacket is in ivory white wool channel with ;
OIftU. Suit in shareoal gry wool (centers has Idouble box pleat construction at th back.
Sy TAILCU4 NIA
NEW YORK (NBA) The
problem of byia maternity
lothe on a small budget is a pro-
blem indeed. ,
So mueh money must go for
doctor and hospital, so knmch for
the baby's things, so much for can be washed one day and worn You needn't give these woolens
furnishing a room or a corner fr the next, it s possible to get along a special handling. They tend to
the baby. How is a girl to look with a smaller wardrobe. And it's dry rapidly and to iron easily. For
well-dressed and feel attractive on easy to spot-clean with soap and machine washing, use a light
the money that's left? water on clothes not soiled enough load, mild soap and warm water.
fr a complete cleaning. (This au- Two or thret minutes washing is
Welt, one way 4 to buy a ma- tonatically solves the problem of enough, followed by the usual rins-
termit wardrobe in sanforlan cosmetic-stained collars and pot- ing. Then, press the clothes while
washable woolens. Because they ted cuffn). they're still damp.
~ 54 A i/s Jatrho Or Jwo, t$g 2or un
.We, doe with. he. marketinfor today.. A homemaker's though. How about a towering affair like this? Not too practical
lot a y on Indeed. Guess ri relax In a shampoo. Lots of an a high wind. I fear. Actually, I. should plan ahead for the
suds am a mirror. Hmm, wonder how I'd look as a senorita. days when Im a sophlitested woman of seventes. Then, I asall
OleI dangerous. Not conservative enough for the family, wear a pageboy something like this. Oh, liy, there's the phone.
'BY JUDY MART
a tol to Alicia Hart
NA Beauty editor
Of course, I shampoo my own
hair so I can have all the fun I
want. Mother doesn't mind what
sister calls all my dawdling
ithe washbowl while I do it.
Mother just comes in at the be-
ginning and helps me get t h e
soap lathered up so I won't get it
in my eyes and then she helps
me rinse 'cause I can't get at the
But in the meantime she does
other things in the kitchen while
I wash. She's a pretty nice noth-
a very good job washing my
hair because it always squeaks
then which means it's clean. Then
I have my hair braided, which is
all right, because I have bangs
like Mrs. Eisenhower's to go with
the braids, too.
If Baby suddenly develops
blotches, survey his menu for the
last day or so. Some babies will
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BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
A year ago, D.'s wife left him.
Renting space in her parents
house, she put her son in their
care and went to work. At 'no
time sinie has Mr. D. willingly
cooperated on their child's sup-
'Recently, when she pressed for
ey to gain peace, there's only one
choice to make.
Sometimes, of course, we just
can't get by on'what we earn. But
even then, before we take a de-
faulting father into court, I think
alternatives with the helpful peo-
ple in your local Family Service
TEarm SrBCTACULA LOOKWIG a well A oaeB Mauf MW
these simply-iag Etoabi for a 8 ewX a W e nisT ....
Apple Marshmallow Kabobs go
well with toasted franks. They
seem pereet for the HalloweenJ 1
party supper. We learned about
them in the state of Washington
which prides itself on its red de- I LI A 2
licious apples. Keaf me.
Apple Marshmallow Kabobs .
Red Delicious apples, mars h
mallows, cinnamon, granulated
To prepare, cut red Delicious
apples into wedges and remove
seeds. String apple wedge on
metal skewers alternately w it h
marshmallows. Sprinkel aples
with a mixture of cinnamon and
granulated sugar, Slide under the
broiler for a few 'minutes to
toast marshmallows and tin g e
the apples with brown freckles of
cinnamon sugar. The appje wedg-
es do not cook-they are crisp
and cool inside, with the skin and
outside lightly blistered and crus.
ty. These Kabobs may also .be
done on long wiener forks over
an open fire or in the fireplace.'
For a special treat, try this Ap-
Five cups apple slices (pared),
1 tablespoon lemon juice, *4 cup
sugar, V4 teaspoon cinnamon,
cu sifted flour, V. teasoo salt,
W cup tabb MtaXTI ,cup grated
Fill pie pan or shallow baking
dish with applos; sprinkle with
lemon juice and 2 cup of the su-
gar. Mix cinnamon, flour, sal lt,
and the other W cup sugar. Cut
in fat until mixture is granular.
Stir in cheese. ,Spread over ap-
ples. Bake in 350 degrees F. (mod-
erate oven) until apples are ten-
der-about 40 minutes. Cool be-
fore cutting to serve. Serve with
plain cream or ice cream, if de-
THE matter of voice beauty Is
singularly important. Yet it is
very hard to\ assist someone _else
One cannot hear one's' own
voice as it is heard, ior can one
explain to another just why cer-
tain intonations are unpleasant or
certain pitches grating.
When one hears one's own voice
on a record; it is generally with
horror. "Do I sound like that?" is
the incredulous question. Allowing
a little for the recording equip-
ment, the answer is "yes, you
do sound like that."
This is the technique used in
voice clinics and speech classes.
It's most effective; for nothing 'is
as ghastly as discovering th at
one's been screeching for years.
'Some husbands grunt In respon-
se to one particular manner of
speaking that their wives have
been employing for years. "Done'A
nag," he says, when she's asking
if it's raining. It's the tone he
hears and he associates* it with
If yeorithe ti.e, ihe -energy
And the money, it's worth while to
record your voice and listen to it
carefully. A friend may have a
tape" recorder to- assist in this
If you can't manage this, re-
member that a soft voice never
hurt anyone. It will keep your de.
fects, if any, to a minimum. It
does command attention. Co n-
versely, a very loud voice even-
tually causes the listener to de-
tach his attention, just to get a'
way from it.
Fulitime Housewife's Role
Should Not Be Underrated
Sw c than a working wife who has to
When a wife considers going to manage a home any way she can.
work to supplement her buaand 's
income so the family, can "live a- R All lugn served
better," she often doesn't, look be. NEA Service, lac.
yond the size of the pay check she
That is a round figure she ran 110 o .ne .s
see-so much per week or so much
per month, A 1, ,
What a wife is able to contribute .l-eJec- vnlC
to the family's way of living simply
by staying at home and doing a /J
good job of homemaking isn't
quite as easy to add up. -
The small amounts a full-time
housewife can save by careful
management add up to big totals
but women rarely bother to add
them up. -
Nor do they usually stop to think
that a man with Wife making a
career of homemaking may ad-
vance faster in his career than a
man whose wife is so busy help-
ing to supplement his pay check
she hasn't time to supplement his
own efforts in his struggle for suc-
A most fortunate mature, wom-
an is speaking, Her skin is smooth
and firm, her blr tinting well
done and becoming. .Her auit
fits well and she Is a k A"y ways
a woman who commands admira-
"So I applied for the job" she
says. dOf course, I'm handi-
capped and so. . "
"'andicapped?" asks the ohb
"My right arm is. four inches
shorter than my left," she ex-
ain s. It'a true. But whoever/no
ced it? Nn on. until she Called
Ilpiaea. vry e are to be helpful. 0'*0 t h sty I break out from tomato juice, oth- more regular payments, he re- A father who denies support to attention toi t
r waysof ight.- eurse, she keeps patting your t Iry hair styles. to ers from eggs, still others from sponded by threatening to discon- his child takes unmanly action, A home economist recently made
int fatigue. bottom or your abdomen as went into the living roo ondiednt some fruit. Take out the newest itmue theme ntirely-and I e a v e doesn't he? This is always pretty a statement that all wives would This is' a favorite. fault of many
di in thouh you tally were a bacy, bow her one and he didn't food you've added and see what the state. "My parentswant me clear to everyone. But wha isn't do well to mull over. se H. Wolf, f us who think there's some-
S first as thYou gh y were a piece mid ev. She said the carpet happens. to take him to court," she writes." always clear is how this unman- head of the home economics de- thing odd about out looks. The
a fo beauty: livestock. needed washing away. ", Do you advise this?" ly action demands t ao unwomaan- artment of Oklahoma A&M Col- no0s is toouthe hair grows
good foundation It's a very uncomfortable feel- My favorite preten4 hair styles Instructions to the baby sitter ly kind from us. loge, maintains that the financial too low on ti f ead the ears
sleep economi- ming all the way around. One can F the ter t- looking ones. Like about how to call for held or Taking your husband to court welfare of the individual and the stick ut. Yet, t eae
ood diet, ade- say: "Yes, "I don't think Iae II wear my hair when where to locate you are impor-!will not guarantee your child Just listen to young husband! family is just about as dependent 'eahets matut, wave earned
avoidance of which is what one somethis ithiy Il wear my hair when tant. But also important are support. No judge, no court can Doesn't he sound as though. he on thi homemaker's ability to, run how to c al, diat or tSk
possible an d really feels, and appear to co I row up. Maybe in a bun on your usual procedures when Baby order fatherhood into your hus- wanted to force ary,aggressive things as it is on the size of the advantage of thse unual char-
sAt the proc- tradiat the t t oL-or in.a long e boy. wakes up in the middle ot t h e band if it isn't in him. action from you?.0- course. he family check. ractrisca.
Sr. l W ( Y es, too eight Then, above all, he wants does. But nnowing what his un- But while doing ,
Vital a1. is 1 Th gp I rly familiar treatment. Nor wi their legal machinery wholesome desire i we can re- To explain that statement she sou Bae ea ie d y hae d"
ithe rid. his lr mfe lc'" /' ". ti "ab ave a ----- be of much benefit to your moth- tre to cater to it._ a rea t points out that "The majority of tetd the matter o we hasta to
he fy. ae l big s tands strain ht Inventory of one Baby's toy erhood. For usually it keeps our the unmanly man's wish to. F aantiltes have changed from mak- 1 t ote mto wMl, lst we
time to sort out cence. It's.a good up. I went to y sister this box discloses: one sieve, one type. bitter, punishing, retaliatory feel- us into a fighter-and fuing g a living to buying a living. As be caught
Sorgianse tasks solid a that will take one and t topp ever and she writer ribbon reel,. three c a r d- n s toward a husband so steam- oin in unnatural battlwith him, result, the homemaker has be- BI asared, no e notice most
be done over some t to remove, screamed something about her board milk cartons, one stuffed I up that gentle and relaxed preserve ouralves aigalst the come the purchasing agent for the of these "dees." t of thm
bs is a time to later on. n0w bedspread b older sisters animal, one tennis ball, 16 clothes ones toward his child become in- confused feelings such batt home and y. . She deter are so a
o the flo or ar oe anyway. pins, pa es from a cardboard creasingly hard to come by. mines to a ,ific0at degree .te n a
ho t6 A s be dls- 1 can, make. very ^opp. dog book and half of pull toy. Take So, if we can possibly avoid tak- Someday soon, we' going to financial condition, not onlyy of eg that
ay, for the un- d other. ars over myrea ears wt my one away and he tries to bfeak ing husbands to court, I think we havetolook more q areati herself and her family, but also he fl t.
a bae two chil- h V that sokpy air. t ahis adiveryasad the melhbors' eardrums. He loves should try. Fightug the mn who evil,of default &bof the national economy." t
ito run. What devel I'm yle a sad look in em. fathered our eid a is unatu- As it is now..heir numbers W so a
lio ft Dime f Q rror.W fuy. 'Relax, relax, 'relax, says the ral war for women. n the ton. ease every ear. ver year, That means that a housewife's emaaa hb r V
ebidren take a an am* it.e w tit. t I made a Spanish. hairdo like .mother of the food strike baby ionofYour situation Mrs. D., ore mother ve to make i ability to spend wisely may be mkig her ands. show
to iw ,i as me .:d som.,tho lady that danced at school between her clenched teeth. She just reatihis t ads m true. for you damaging legal, per al aVat more_'__ t to berj g l .l _.n
X sepi Ox, ,p . k uf ado.i and I think maybe I would be a should keep in mind that she sees!ean. become a ealmingtnfluene. the qien;who fathered e herMAW to Earn. h
On 00 r941 shape in avery' good dancer with all those Baby all day and knows hes not' ou may see the wisdom .of -
Sfew .years to some quite kirt and .etticoats and casta- gettig appetite- taking sweets foregoing battle for Mr. D..'s 1m_ .lt'stiUe wJigujd ou some I And there is no question but that I&le. If Ur ar m nt
- do this is dse. The hips w my be same nets and all He won't starv hinself, he can't ey for the effort to get by'e a d~.d mas aline faMare oth.-.a full-time housewife can make fI L ai 4edoh.ur
d a'nersmeasurean tut watdiffer- But aft-r a while, mother comes Hell eat if hIs mother does -your own..You may 2Zgr ij& er thant-urning nwthers into fight-mI..onygo further Am d r"eW .3
.in to rin me off. She says I do force him. me that it we ha jto ',WI aer's. ., o fts nbl elie ls s de
dreyand Cager 4
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d' out es: Scout Carol ZiWrites: ci -
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& 1 ..P.-.What America Means To Me oys e mStl
utor and his next door neih.
.-- -- I b .or have the same address. ty
it&^ 4 L- Jb. tow 2nd h iy Weed of trr d
4-0140 00 S.. 10 iy Iee ao, saa,4 t lon filth atr -Slva ths honor of rabsaiJ
&6 ,t un'ilCate"f the thlke eof ib ety and recogni.-T.e tih ad .stripes of Old Gll -
anthem. Land of the :re -erica. y or give me teah- .. re for et tia t time within Wte U- e
....... ..,, o. ARTU3U 1 50&, OnyJ=e .d .to% d 14t01 iand tec ave bdt one life to .le lean soil. 01
Sof the Canal Zone ad the land,two iy sea" are all fa- me?
h tere li. e Panam Zo atend the "O'er the ad the o nations which bring to America Is m country to Pi
I fe 111 bingm Shaere lic Of Panama tU attend the o afl- "O'er the land of the free, a. mlnd tMe heroic bravery made fend always, with my life if r
.- .L alit concert. Th price of admis- and "th home of the b tri ad nearly. It stands or freedom
w e s t~r%^i^^nea<^t~i^ ^ dollarAmetica-4o, UaM ree"' Sto loet freedom i the hearts Of of 5ip=eg, freedom of press, free-
Ltun for Da&e Will eai n tnese woa ts from o. ntio-nal the American people. dom to worship in my own reli-
O boa SOME ratnlU. LAP Uf vMt ree-Amfrica. As. Icoutimue tn, visualizing g.on, freedom to a just and ape*-
Si edte re is c Surmince the singueg o4 the D c a-f M bItAund Am lan heritage trial by p d freedom to
r uas sn pai thalCanl The A re in f tvourse r ation at boo *J?81 ce"? An rf I dan onh r o
St m na M lt mArlhutaoo Aderee ti of g aieneus etb, ains oe A to the Ainericansi assrble. AYl teese freedom.si
--- watllr a b oe a by Phlip a tp t heier county given to Americans in their Con-
+e--rt z n- ... Uan Tues ay ait I'Vo Pt th On csHome- of th ora..thn rld a govern- ctitution and Bill of Rights are
guestn o bhe s has1 p ibers. the A-ovn eao a f cones bolising, atheit- id eoic form o
ra M beoa hy atestablishig nop shine for tn o t h e r
Wdbla e 1e edby Mr. Dur's Mr. Dade is chilsef of otreantad have been brave In the cause nhw v 0tioo, Piushing unceassin- countries of et world.-
Tw pe wlyife n.mlet by e ay A ooo t hI Ca Zone and preidn o f library; c hoe v whenawg. sino. and aa i
wifeame br y for i eofa the aff Archeoo icaI i ety wi th Lyranny. pe wis rovudo o ye n s r d *to CeR scol
Aere pgradeat. Te ot uerst ofa Hihonor .' codeneti th the Xabls ow itshpees "ta is and lnhabt tee dhitof dan, ac o n feo the1
Schoolwin "aws P He wil spea an the Wen I Suuk of America. ied of World War I n W .S
rc Het .,w 1se c ma o ig ie sic beu. o b Amer a ,* w he yar It .d-iid ans_ the .I a:mleu inlhevi.
r atd a ., r is .e lat.s Fa eB Archeological Diseov rlet think of a yo r couny rel en a t A these e tt.one f eA bs
t.' h na Pasaa P lArlned hostese s, i. ar ceMyce t., evolaUio bt th-ose o a Ao aa Areal bi te a poi*-
SMem n aBaa and will exhibait bth tiw unoree yerS old w1100e ScO Indian 4y M ae to uplMd peace sad freedom in
Sa q Scoti sh BFtea h-" e~ r 'wual. .&artifacts and Wry. compliuhima nts out rip .th o of aso e aw songs of ^ w:
oe MIal showihn Sofhrpe, twrm- l srhow sres owfmc ab the etl forte W obro a ers W thAirar d the are tB w.n a a.II
a-4 p-..tert - cal. -te iel oration trip, illus- centuries mapr t a bsrie int do o w ercan c- mor aSal great heritage.
k aduate of Critobal Hiwith relatPe.onhem raditionsoen seireas wol-
he I s ra t O a. eso at Notre. metrat methods of above a u-, America, n ,, so ,no ean t re elinmde r hism usiod, m and ,On ld which I Am
hoi sm JU1 retureo tF ae ergrouad work. _or group of o people but s nations adt fol S ct C erge. W4 soon passed on
eri a t r a .s... r A b ef_ Atla e an d Pacific Lr nereaen .s. lo life, libe rt by s O mte lrbe. f oe the S eo t h. and m e pa on p -
wex Were s- Aile, rAnnah raeorrli1n. ca spiritul o hold and tootloue. Part of this
Te Autoal tBe gpuoasoed b fo Pr o -0 Fhay happiness. It stands for a I hole imil es cross hert i democratic form of
ble wasadord. Tt who, in their ftl measure efOse- cotartc baea t.tg a path through governmenirt, which in six more
table was adornepink p n k 8 er+k The 7jeosue of Lutheran Wgin ...., ic I I!! .f f .. l
sad blue rtuffl. parasol. A pink er iong Damuptr e of the Redeemer LutheranI voteo sreclit id ac the the w ,Uoere a g r a
and gold ody-e i filled with Te A oNavy Club, Ft. Am- Chch Balboa are holdg prvile From General George os A r tan
flowers tered e refr ent r, was scene yesterday aff- their ual bazaar on Friday at al George because they are me to all us who can only
tble. Tiny baby blue diapers ernoon of a lovely costume 1al- the Lutheran Service Center i nT o N tei America. bear about it and ee it in the
drme ut cup and the k low m n to our beafen of to- mb ar t 801v ii m pd'e eye. I anm proud of the
naTkine e se or l da, President EsehoWer An f t rt m with American people and the Ame
e knerpboi thaMrs. I=ga Sumnr of G osf; Strt ato 5p.me., a.Oaked m[ai nOlbee., Jl" t o r .1 go within
Scamasitas. ee ream ded Heights entea for t h I r u be I. Ticket for tr co y a well can heitge. I love America and
in the ha of a stork an a daughter, Novea Jane, on her the supper are .25 for der a leader w could n t lutrted by he that t represent. on proud
pink and ake were served eighth rson at all with out thesupport o lrofloy wn s the that I am a part of America! I
the ts. ^-h Y Pa et the majrity.-not dic- -Wr. am proud to be an AmVca
the agete o wa osnp ig me yunsg d thme Caa on we a ge S and under. ler a erd
The at was t la name and Canal e r Aookboo of favorite recipes, r bu jus, chve wioe f the
game ad brlg. I included ia the affair. pried at t Wll ale be on .sale- I see vision oof An- r eatst se le w nevement
were posent. The giest of honor "coanncit ns with rohe tbles of ite pl. It is .not tohil he PhY-O of man, ascomplishedA-In 1914 -
oceived many lov* A Paonama Gur handmade articles, baked goods, cabeuy of th con wen bydividing the-. l nd
Slwh eer t hms aennd special tinent I view but the visible wr was united., The American.
t Jr., M Eh mo P- at qn.tiost for custo, ti crag, and conquered iatiWre'sUforces and o-1
ied es o Alh o Ma s aoe o n % patriotism of th pe wh ned te Panama. .Ca nal
wa AlpharAs oacmn a' ro u f oever- .Wdus cblic masr thetof
Herbert IL 1wi_, Jr., I is fro tin America who make up America, the Americans ...-am of countless people, an at-
oMr. and Mrs H. Leiw fs, Cri ved their wings a Braniff) -not oy th here since t b e tempt of more than one Europea
tobal, has pledged .ppa -Ir hosts, i recent ce r- l h II i Revolution, but thoe who have nation, made real by the Amr-.
pbs fraterniy at the Uevesi 0y t saIke all D steadily come. from other coun- tica ns.
BEATorb So P .. hr ,ce She wibllt t a bDALeASl o. the.... sa4 ef ba dl. a2m4.0 o .
Araduia1te of Cristobal g Pe them traditions and es new to the at of da h on the battle-
Sehob, fwh is a fresh a. Li ma, er r. America. "orfields of World War I and Worldb
Us. Heis majoring in la teotnmert r. War IL Blood was 'shtd because
Tomorrow At JWB gather, all treat airy aniv ing to fight acd tie to preserve
Orcd Chapter Bazaar A benefit concert, to which Mrs. rer a b te teludaa I o en equal opportunity no matter liberty for other and the Amen-
Next Saturday Olga A. de Arias the First Lady l .mebd#hd In _e what their race or religion. ca that they lovea.
T Annual Bazaar sponsored A. Iona0 my, m earliest are o
hed chapter No. 1 Orderof Panama and president of the me* m t- Myeret ar of a ..uaArc livonb n a1
I! EOrea Stapter, albo., wrder Patronato de Vaeunacion Contra do a_ d O o=a, e e brave and pat.tic SnaUUP of co foreign land I have sad little
held at the Scottish R tie 'o em- a Polio hasbeen lvlted as from a country mae oe cal aects and te pyof
guest Ro honor will be presented bL NG .. .. 1eauty
ple, Balboa n Saturday, be ag t USO-J a Armed tore.e a stronger than their own. the American c3nte..t..
sung at 4 p.m. -ervice e*r tomw t ". ] see the spirit of rebellion A- I do know, however that a
An -IWAAn spa et a din wl Atulan tica soi. ait unfair r u I e r I spreading strange feeling came ever me Is,
e servd sanjat 3i.. m P.' j proceeds fom tm ..he eneiTo Aea t ola gi ll. lke wdfire among these patriotsithis summer, ,at Grl Scout Camp
_he. price fr _dinner be donated to the Sak Vac.t At the next Isthmian Histoen-
per adults and 30 cents for C"- cine program for needy children cal Society to be held in Cristo-
TTche afa which has beea be l le to hbear Col. Lero G**-10
yembr o tecmmit e or by UOJW e 0 m U.S.A.,, talk on lte Redis- ToTony's Exclusiove Hair Do"
dy, whiter "bou+_t all a *Il centlya qlured a-d orletacion of the fort, given '=JI A oe..M
rostb ile be fe. arod at prof. HTang Ms h in member by, Major General.Lionel C. Me- R
hwl sttute of Mui Of Panamaand The short talk, whi he gav Ma yup
fish p dr d ihow meber d t US0-W3 gom* at the lost meetiot
ed. ranged the program. proved kill enable and enthu- TOMORR W MOYi
Is Nta.l,.. swats from t h e =a r. Exclu s. v -
Trhileds wO attended .e eo and frothe miltar are mesday .. at .. be o. ,OUR O DAY
od out by -children Ofoher he program is as follows: Fort Clayton Offie' Wives'l.
loween-h It thmsealvesd Nation$ er ies "o-by WrlSt-wo" OP. T"e luncheon for Fort COF ESUP
Afterward the children Will trop,d) The Mala in theYf1e- C1 e idies o' Club.
Humorous 'Herrerapt V e torI taced Call -.s. 'K G, Kinsel,
Iuie' tier-clarinet. Leandro Olvaoros- ayd
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TQALITY USED RI.QRAT*
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Autefnobile Row 38 o* TOLA.S61
(formerly at Salon Tony, 4th of July
Now at Justo Arosemena Ave. No. 4i.
above Rhoda's, takes pleasure ,
in announcing .1
"Famous Italian Hair Stylu.p
Specializes In tints, cuts. permane
and all beauty aids.
i Italian guaranteed permanent -
ligico" from $10.00
Phone 3-1302, where TONY and BRUNO
II be at your service.
an and French products used.
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r breppeimntient. -
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Bogen, Fairchild, Tannoy,
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Anything In electronics
First ratservice department
45th St. No. 3
Jue Arenmens Pa. &-nSlt
P .Ei.It ., Xw 3 0 ( UP
6rt ety Aet' y years.
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ATTENTION G. 1.1 Just built
modern ftmished Spetments 1.
2 bedrooms, hbt, cold water.
Phone Panama s .4941.
FOR RENT:- Nicely furnished
one-bedro, apartment on Ave.
Peru. factnif the park. Phone 3-
0746 or 3-3099.
WOR RENf -. Modern apart-
mt Z1 b0"4owa, leiving-dining$
ron, porch, bihroom, laundry
rOom, grage at water, $120.
Via Argntio No. 75, El Can-
FOR RENT. -Cool, 4ulet apart-
Meant, 2 bedrooms, unfurnished.
San Francisco. Phone 1464 Bal-
FOR RENT:-Independent fur-
nished small apartment, refri-
gerator. Phons 240252.
FOR RENT:---Cool, quiet apart.
ment with magnificent view: 2
bedrooms with large porch, liv-
in room, dining room, garage,
maid's quarters, hot water pip-
ing, $115. Phone 3-1549.
FOR RENT:-Modern one-bed-
room apartments, new building,
centrally loc at ed, frequent
transportation, reasonable rental.
G.I. inspaqted. Call 3-5692.
Apply at 2034 Via Ispa*a.
I FOR RENTrs- pimplgaly fqr-
1nictked in 94Aa via. wo be4-
roomi, dining S| Urwge ro n
$70. Alply 4'W SftetNo. 17,
WANTED:- Maid to live in.
Call Balboa 2-4416. House
5337-C Davis Street, Diablo,
To Be Obser ed
Homecoming Sunday, which has
become at institution in the par-
ish of St. Peter's La Boca. will
be observed on'the first Sunday
The observance this year takes
on much significance as it. finds
the parish more Widely M.attered
than ever because of the current
demolition of La Boca.
The Rev. John Spear, priests in
charge, has ilsued an invitation
to former members to return to
St. Peter's for worship on that
day, which will begin with a chor-
A1i: conmmunion .at 7 a.m. In the
FOR RENT:-Small chale with
or without furniture, living room,
two bedrooms, maid's room and
garage. Avenida Mexico No. 5,
FOR RENT:-Nice evidence on
Second Avenue. San Francisco do
Is Calets, with three bedroom e
three sanitary services, maid's
room, running hot water, with
r without furniture. Call tele-
FOR RENT:-2-bedroem chalet,
living-dining room, maid's room
with bathroom, garage, perch.
terrace, wonderful view. Laos
Cumbres; "Los Andes Sur," Boy-
aca Street 2105.
FOR RENT: Large family or
Embassy chalet: Two bedrooms.
dining room, hall, 3 extra rooms,
garage. San Francisco, 9th St.
No. 28.-Call 2-2399, Novedades
Harry To Confer
At Chcago Dinner
CHICAGO, Oct. 29 (UP)-For-
imer President Harry 8. Truman,
who has said he would support
Gov. Averell Harriman _if he
were a: New Yorker. said today
he would hold the same feeling
for Adlal Stevenson If he were a
resident of Illinois.
He said he liked Stevenson.
Mr. Truman arrived by train
to confer with Stevenson. and
to be guest of honor at a dinner
tonight at which a Greek com-
mittee will present him with
$30,000 for his memorial libra-
In an Interchange of rapid-
tire questions and answers with
newsmen who talked to him as
he strode down the platform,
Mr. Truman was reminded he
had said that if he were a citi-
zen of New York he would sup-
"What If you were a citizen of
Illinois?" he was asked.
"There would be no question
of where my loyalty would lie-
with Stevenson." replied the for-
He then was asked how he felt
"He's a friend of mine, of
course. I like him," said Mr.
Mr. Truman was greeted by
Mayor Richard Daley and by a
welcoming delegation from the
Greek Prnup. He rnsed for nic-
tures with two children, a boya
ad a girl dressed in Greek cos-l
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FOR SALE:--Kohler uigh plst
..Kw.. It 10volt A.C. A. Ri-
nks, hane 1813, Apt. J, Old
Cristobal, after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Seat on special
flight to Lime, leaving Nov. 2.
Round trip $135. Call Balboa
FOR SALE--Air conditioner %
top, G.E., *ever mued, in origin-
al factory crate, $295. Call 3-
FOR SALIEt-oy's 20" bicycle,
new tires, new paint, perfect
condition. Phone 2-3235 Balboa.
continuedd from Page 8)
Ohio Wesleyan 42 U. of the
Franklin 13 Earlham 7
Evansville 33 Indiaan State It
Lake Forest 37 Elmhurst Is ,}
Washington Univ. (M4, 27
Washington and Lee 6
Nebraska 19 Kansas 14
Xavier (0.) 19 Boston College 12
Lawrence 6 Carleton 0
Pittsbuanrgh (Kan.) 7 Emporia
(Kan.) St. 0
Albion 20 Alma 13
eastern Illinois 13 Southern Ill.
Carroll 7 Wabash 7
Buena Vista 14 Dubuque g
Depauw 19 Beloit 12
Hamilton 6 Kenyon 0
Omaha 27 Northern Illinois 12
Michigan Norma 114 Eastern Illi-
Northwest (Mo.) State 11 Rolla
South Dakota State 27 South
Cincinnati 0 Detroit 0
Eureka 12 Principla
Dickinson State 13 Valley City 9
Wheaton 12 North Central 12
Pittsburgh (Kan.) 7 Emporia
(Kan.) St. 8
Albion 20 Almta 13
Western Illinois 13 Southern III-
Carroll 7 Wabash 7
Buena Vista 14 Dubuque E
Depauw 19 Beloit 12
Hamilton 6 Kenyon 0
Oklahoma A and M 14 Tulsa 0
Texas 19 Southern Methodist 18
Texas Christian 28 Baylor 6
Oklahoma 40 gansasa State 7
Arkansas 7-Texas A and M 7
Texas 19 Southern Methodist 18
Oklahoma 40 Kansas State 7
Fort Hays 27 St. Benedicts 7
Prairie View 26 Arkansas A and
McNeese State 17 Lamar Tech 2
Texas Southern 20 Langston 20
Southern U. 38 Texas College 14
East Texas State 14 Sam Hous-
past -parishioners abroad h a v e rtunes, before Teaving or is n u- WEST
lorwvtrded greetings. tel f California Aggles 7 Santa Bar-
Stevenson. the I9Rs Democrat- bara 0
4rcalkfast will be served by the lc residential candidate, was to Colorado A and M 12 Montana 7
ioan's Aukiiary atl a ree- call on him there. Wyoming 14 Brigham Young 7
mUin the pLar, r Utah State 39 Fresno State 14
mecomu h usually pre- College FootballFriday
c s the every Member ATLANTA. Oct 29 yUP -Po- Wofford 27 Citadel 7
vass.a.. N.4~ber activities, lice said today no one has come Alabama State 7 Fsk 14
a be mxrked'o by morning forward to claim a loaded re- Superior State 0 Bemdi St.
prayer at 10 a.n. and evensong volver found secreted in a rest- West Chester Thrs 27 Kings 7 .
with sermori at '74 p.m. room at the city jail. St. John's (Mlnn) 40 Augsburg 6
Whittier 27 California Tech 0
Occidental 13 Redlands 7
Terminal Island Navy 14 Los
Angeles State College 0.
SDo you Wayont to spend Christmas ACollege.
Sat rome? NOTHING NEW
Then visi PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
AUTOMOBILEE ROW No. 36 OR CALL
PRICES AS LOW AS $89.95,
ROUND TRIP TO MIAMI
MAKE YOUR RESERVATION NOW.
mouth College has been meeting
Harvard in football since 1882.
STILL A POOLE
University, Miss. (NEA) -
Mississippi fullback Paige Cothren
is a nephew of im, Barney and
Ray Poo!c, who are synonymous
with Rebel football.
*OX 2031, ANCON, CA
BOX 121. CRISTOIAL, C.2.
Join th trend f awards medm
window covering with math-
stick bamboo drape. Aie bao-
iful custom mode draw drape
or panls. For nmpleand free
estimte, call DCORAPOS, tel-
Room with bathroom, couple or
bachelor. Mals lncluded. Peru
Avenue 28-48 and 29th Street.
FOR RENT:-Comfortable tem
to right bachelor. Exclusive en-
trance. Lefevre Park. Phone 3-
FOR RENT:-Indoepndont fur-
nished room, centrally located,
cool. Phone 3-1405.
WE BUY, Sell and Meadge Real
Estate. "The ImpefIal ele,'
Cathleral Plese. Paonme. Tale-
FOR SALE: UNMtLIEVABLE:
Only $500 down payment, $2b
monthly, lovely lot and small
house near New Race Track, 500
meters, tight, water, near bus.
PATTERSON, 2-2346, Avenida
FOR SALE:- REAL BARGAIN,
$650 down payment. $25
monthly, nice cool house, high
lan#, Monte Oscuro. Light, near
bus. Price $3650. PATTERSON,
Avenue "A" 16, 2-2346.
(Gontinued from Page 1)
Panama interior etch Fdry seta
Usually he goes to the Cito'
Conte, located in the Sonh dis-
trict, where he has found some
of his most beautiful and inter-
esting Indian artifacts. Follow-
ing his retirement from the Ca-
nal 15 years ago, he" and Mrs.
Curtis took a tour in South
America where he spent most of
his time poking around old In-
dian ruins. Off and on during
the past 50 years, he has made
trips to Costa Rica for the same
He is accompanied on most of
these jaunts by Mrs. Curtis, a
lively white haired woman, who
came to the Isthmus in 1914 is
a nurse at the old Ancon Hospi-
tal and married Mr. Curtis
When Mr. Curtis is not out
cooking Tfor huacas, he can
most likely be found out duck
hunting, another of his hobbies.
He is one of the charter mem-
bers of the La Jugua Hunt Club
near Pacora and has hunted nht
various other places in Panama.
SHe takes a more personal in-
terest in the birds too and has
found by bands on their legs,
that a number of the ducks shot
ty members of the hunt club
have come to Panama from
such faraway places as British
Columbia and North Dakota. In
'this connection a friendship was
struck up with Dr.' Alexander
Wetmore, well-known ornitho-
logist, formedly withth the Smith-
Sonian Institution who has been
to Panama several times to
study the local bird life.
A photographic record of his
many expeditions and hunting
ex cu rsions has been kept
through the years by Mr. Curtis,
who finds that poring over bis
collection and his pictures is
'almost as much fun as starting
cut on a new trip.
Biggest Film in Hollywood History
"THE PRODIGAL" on Wednesday at The Bella Vista
. . . . . .^
FOR SALE:-- 6-i-ek bambLe
living room ea; 10-piece ma-
hogy dining set; two manrg-
any bedroom sets piees e.,;
miellaqoeut ie.o Itamu h.
Phone ParmaM 3- -73T Sa- y.
I to 6, or Suday 9 to 5.
FOR' SALI.-t ywood Wake-
field treamlmed mIdm ,ea-
tional drvan, boMk e coffee
tables, Waj6; iAMrmM hM-
away bed; 8-foet rfrig tor,
modern as renge with griddle,
electric waer ihator, plus mis-
cellaneue picture, dibMe and
their brie-ar-k. C. R. Vander-
grift, 51at & M. M. tu, Cam-
pp Alore,. 3-0853.
FOR SALE:--. Bendix nutmati
washing machine, 60-cydl. good
condition $125. Qtmr 50-B
Curnndu Ne. 5. Phone Curundu
FOR SALE.-3J-p. lviin room
suite, light green plastic, nw
condition $160; maple bedrom
suite: double bed, box spring.
innerspring motesirr, chest and
drmsr with mlorr, vry good
condition $75.. Call 14-7131
after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:-25.cyde refrigera-
tor, 2 years old, freoser cit,
$200. Can Balboa 8576.
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FOR SALE :-Living reoe s:t:
sofa and 2 club chain, I me-
hogany coffee table (ila top),
2 end tables. AH excnlent con-
dition. Houuse17-A Pade, Bal.
boa. Phone 2-1809.
In the Service
(Isthaloast 'w family
member* or r'le- In l the
U. M. Armed P are In-
vite, to eomtribt to tli doe-
paurinqat by msasing ta to
the 5one iee.aa' E dit-
Or, TIf aui-Amueieau,h
Bes 134o Pmaam, r, In.
femation as te srviemaen
whereabouts. their iirgas-
tu snd except, from their
letters a of partular I-
Photeraphs are -t. bat
soneean be roturnodL
NAVAL AVIAT10N CADET
James C. Brady, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Brady ato tl
Pacific side, was graduated re-
centl from the U.S. Naval
School, Pre-Flight, Pensacola,
Fla. He received a diploma
from Balboa High ,School in
1951, and attended Villanova
University from 1951 to 1955.
Cadet Brady is now agned
to the U.&S. Naval A ry
Air Station WhitbWl MiUton,'
Fla., where he is engaged In
primary flight training.
$5 Million TV
NASHVILLE., Tenn., Oct.r9-
(UP) National Democratic
chairman Paul Butler said today
the Democratic Part will spend
some .million dollars on tele-
vision and radio broadcasts dur-
ing the campaign next year-
and perhaps about I8 B lUo for
all eampalbinaur PwrpDa.
He said also he believeS the
party can reduce its expenses
for travel and sapec trains
"due to new tecbniqueas i cam-
palaning" such ua -4eleviaMon
Grimlb'e JflSW CltboMb
C. !-.. M. '$. .
.rate ikp. ,,, .
Sampet'. s h nomes *
FOSTER'S COTITAGKO 0 mle
pa* Coae. L4w mOn. Ph
Relle. m8 L.- *
PM.. Pao-e S-Tv?. Cur?..
a 5-1473. O
WANTED: -"D.oar e" f ter
for 194 i neelif. Wj pay trs-
*iable prime. P6w4 avy 3467.
FOR SALE: 1937 Chbvrelet
two-doer coup, beautiful .haps,
p rf4ct tresmpetatiok. Only
$150. May iw -be at thl Alas "
FOR SALE:-1951 Chnlfr New
Yorker ublk.& 28,000 mes, ax-
sellent iton., :*ts,.
VACATION 0 R and
*Ty noon rp aowppb
as o-b, o or '
Sthru JanmumI T0l. .oe "
nmhed. Phone S-. 12. ,
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NEW SLOGAN FOR IKE--manuel Ba stands beside a por-
t t of President Mhowr as h dfpltay. the Automobile
sticker be created. teading, "GOt Well Ike, America Weds YYouw,
Heart," it. is for us* on windshields and bumpers. Rs i.s aI
NewYotrk City public relation an vwho specialises to manufac-
turing buttons for poltcal occasion.
"THE PALACE OF UNDERTAkING SERV1 "
The most modern *quiptneit .
West 16th Streit No. 13A20 Phone 2-1473
We. can proudly say say that we have competitors
because our service ia supprior!
.OURMWOTTS careful Attens '.,
I Honety .
Because we ve ;rapid service,
precise and s o6tfet and at any
Sb ; ..hours -
Because w have the Beat. U our
TAKEN CA -OF: He. Ca-Cdll.i Ia oa e,- and
ONESTY~ me, our price- ar st a -at
Um leTvel o' of PO'keL:
WE ARL YaRM FRNO-W AND SERERS_, -,d
hia-se of thit, w uk your attentor and 6-o.
opration.o we msy.attend to yo
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Ow in "THE PRODIGAL,- M-G-M's spectacular CinemaScope I Also sth& OV,-MV A.Wk M A a orn
On the Biblical Parable of the Prodigal Son Lana Turner is S Nahreeb. "Aur oNY pd h -M hIa AMa
le siren-temptress with FdMund Pur om nin the tile roM. at AvB .
U sfor the wiles of the high priestess of the idol worship- AdYi 'PUTI_'si.
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1:15 3:r1 5 7iK4- i:NK p.m.
FEMALE ON THE BEACH
1:15 3:10 5:04 1:M 9'.1 P .m.
0 JOSEPl COTTEN
MALA POWERS, in
RAGE AT DAWN
THE SLEEP WALKER
Silvana PAMPANINI: in.
.Tyrone Power. In i
Squatl s Tear Through South
Demolish Buildimg En Route
____________n_ _rl_ W l and rebuilt an old nill the sall tornadoes, high winds and $100,000.
told its story in JOHN 4TFE's Aged at least seven others in cut- a metal quonset hut. 200 Jest a-
"MILLur, a hiook still wyearsy ting a wide awath through the cros a fif It
g N tg a embered by lEre '0s, tal community of Sibley, La. .
A.W / Now, n JH GOFFE'S LE Violent winds also battered fAt nearby Colwertlle, Tenn.,
tuACY, (Norton) he teHa the story ClarkSdale, Miss., demolishing one roof was blown off and a
]of the mills thatnhavs stood on his one building. Two persons were plate lass windows were shat-
SA Cite and the peopl ho ran them shtly Injured during the brief termed in the bu s district.
bu ooit, gave the e n tlbr, deaths although a twister de- received hih winds.. One man
-to Williat, Golve, oh ofs the There were unonfirmes and da- dered u all raft warnings
name- of itk oriieona fotmr, who id
tle Ttos insns Oln b4 a an Saged at east seve others i cut- a metal Qnonse big.ht spot ain
The Scodis American i ry euh, and the hisy of e wasals ete trong the crweather picture. New
vernhhe oay s paredr s ; tufal community tohf Sbley, La.of t h
^^**^^mmee bwsy rd Srs .a A. I
Show t o Now, in JOgN GOFFE'S LEGe- Violent winds h er bureau warned At ne or Coan iervwlle, Tenn.
ACY, (Nortoe) ee Hs thestory Clarkdae, Mis., demolishing one roof wam blownoff andi
he color ctanbe s country a oIle that thne bucolding. Two persons were plate fg tind tws lw t shalt-
Miss DeHa and who is a as Ameri, is tht the moe east and adisred durg that saeref trd I' he ts d ct
two-time Academy Award wineor than 200 ears that r o pssed hundersorms and n tornadoes bued eato t de athe so
appars tadp'tobuilt his mil l i n It44, and bie yond p e t xpn un 6 n e t
tonThosn -to Wilnegt am oe, t oe of the There. were unconfirmed re- unered up small craft war
which opens Novemer a at hvill st and on have been continuously from Meridian, Miss., to Hunts-ear Kelso, from Brownsville, Tex., to en
Central Theatre. the property f one family. ville, Ala., and tonine miles easilt of cola, Fla.
who became a honey blonde forTo o e
herThe stathor defines his remote te was one bright po
"The confusion I'm rca tn st ancy esnor's le an "tw huno The as alls buoied abyronss A
higy amusing St Krsmilesr t a he mll site I c olonra New Ham- kansas, northern Loulsana, cen ROC E ft N. o -UP
ters of "MaNotLAs of st railed parallels the history of ttat see-
he me. dWen t or,b thon of Nw Englanda Wpt t s re- The weama there bureau warned day in more than s week Thea
the hagly surprised and in g mch by material standards but section of Tennessee. That se te into t
nt Wh Oliia, what are e h t sain a coufay through tion hat often c ord fon hea brunt Thmo g St ra f laed cBader a ori-
L tying to do? However, I'm gra- mgenerationsde p eae and warainf the twisting howlers, gaining have a r ason. They are 1rancis
i'r sied to replor De thatn they like e priority, ie a e rc the nickname of "tornado alley." Scott Key, II, and his sister, Noelr-
twas a blond-time Acadwhen they Award w inner than 200 yearstory of that family and its Mhunders. D. L. o chrms and four of Mary Keyd, 15. Their great-great-
toappears the i da. neighbors s he fi rst mill was builts- he r chiould be expearctrowed ly until 6 p.m. 50 ma sufft-greatgrandfather wa then
ton Thompson's best-selling novel, buildings 'and the groubdthey miles each side of a line running rooms of local .hasolt-s -seeking
pat read scss aersection of life in an interesting Injury when a taned. blew man who wrote it.
Which oplens November 3 ag thatshe didn't sh corner of have been continuously by frtheom Meridian, Mits fo Hunation
hhself from a brunette to aoboadt, H .licl y and underplayed husor Sibley.
Central Theatre. the property of one -family. vlle, Ala., and to Nashvilrle
th star of "The Snake Pi t, thae makes definsatin remotad The to be ph fr MOE SN
"The coHeiess" n many other iles long and halfmbo iled across Ar-wide
hits says final y agreed to Nran Maileres of t olonia N e Hemp- kansasoug the Louisiana commn MEDORAROCHEST, N. D. (-UP)- (UPJames
tre chage because of thriends don' t AKED AND THE DED, has tp nity. A nuber of other tow, s IBarnhardt pic Ked u p a rattlenar e
re possibilies for her role of turned out a novel featuring life in" that region repted heavy and put a bit in a gmo cageeth or dism han
Are ahegiy surprised and nd ai- much b m atovie lony an so buth section of Tenness ome bat play in his bar youngsters nta "riosity
n 'Why. via, what are you enough De sustain a family through t la win b letdown When te opened up the next morn
tydein ded to do? Howeverach," 'm ra- th e dsr ere m e build sting north ofthe city and ing he fod ght little cu
plains, "to more fully complete er ome for relaxation wep two mechanical cotton riosities" had arrived.
t f' Scott Key, 1t ll, and his sister, Noel;
e le bloased with the result us d Theistory of the family and po r Rf iril ived e r
SSea nd h aen narrowly espen hiplesu at the "N -great-grandather wa the
singer, she renlar heor lw some seventeen picture is as an hea co rg ho n r at
Sa ion n recent of whichiRas 'The ng still fe the 'ther'fenor ew man who wrote it
e eta rel Srou d, aylin. boi office b tyiteti in mal dark hair a ts. conclusion ly been short-eircuited by i test. -LI
bout ths meta MM's films but rapais a favi of her role A tan oy (or lack of it) before a con- 10th Street Colon, R. P.their, home off ts foundation
Love Me Or the lfe with display ockeys with her re- o th te release Woodbury with a qualityO about three mittlesee; the nea-of
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'$600 Sprint Shapes Up
A Prospective Sizzler
Highly rated Cachafaz, vastly improved Que-
Smsodaw and speedy Alormina shape up as the pros-
poetive favorites in a wide open $600 six and one-
half furlong sprint for Class D imported horses this
afternoon at the Juan Franco race track.
'ie reportedly expensive Ca- lop for Clasa C imported thor-
ch"az, a topnotcher both in his oughbreds.
nat4v Chile and in Peru before The five-year-old son of Hon-
eoming to Panama, has lived up eyway-Brave Em p ress is a
to bis advance press notices thus; scheduled starter in next Thurs-
far.. If four local starts. Cachafaz day's big race by virtue of qual-
Shas won twice and finished sec-ifymin last Sunday with a third
I' nd in the other two. place finish In an elimination
Last Sunday Cachafaz wound up race. Despite that performance,
an impressive second to costly Al- the public sent off little Mossa-
batross jn the Nov. 3 Indepen- leq, which had bad racing luck
Adenoe -Day Classic elimination last week, as the mutuels choice.
race to qualify for a berth in the The hefty black horse left no
|10N00 added blue ribbon event, doubt about his superiority yes-
Hector Ruiz who has the leg terday. Off to a good start,
1 pon Cachafaz today, will most jockey Guillermo Sanchez was
i. Ir be bandlyn his reins again content to allow the big fellow
,[ ln.,Thursday's big race. to slowly work himself Into his
p trn opposition is expected forest stride then gave him the
,b J Stud Zep's star from speedy gun. Three furlongs out Empire
A~imina, a winner his last time y ond u
d Quematodos, a ridicu- Honey moved up and was al-
L tand uemas toosr.iia rets" ready alongside the speeding
M- easy victoria his previous sade which had taken
two starts. The six-and-one half comma midway down then
Sf$long distance is right up Alor-comman dway down the
i mnas alley. He is sure to lead backstre th ey hit the mile
c*r.at least four futlongs a n d By the time they hit the mile
oud go all the way Favorte pole Empire Honey had inched
eAlfredo Vasquez will ride A- ahead and turned in the home-
ee*~ ta, stretch almost two lengths to
A*semotados finally seems to the good. He Increased his mar-
S rounded into the form his gin with every stride from there
a SSexpected when they rn, until he finally crossed the
Sight himn for a reportedly finish line still going away
i gb. price early this year. He under Sanchez'relentless drive-
ulterd to easy five length vie- fully six lengths on top.
B iasin his last two outiss. As Hipocrates, which had been
usal, Cristian Rebolledo will be rated far off the early pace,
f the saddle. closed impressively to edge out
A Mossadeq by a half-length for
v Ofer dangerous contend-k 1 the place. The others, Persian
thirace are Jaquimazo, tio N Countess, Postinovich, chivilln-
d11 Maria Stuardo. Jaqult&a-, go and Lexden, were completely
san impressive second 0to outrun.
Br ta last week. Rio Negro Empire Honey, second choice
Maria Stuardo failed to qua- 14 the betting, returned $5.80
for Thursday's classic in the per win ducat. Favorites and
Hnrination but could show to bet- second choices dominated the
1ta advantage against weaker op- card completely.
a 'on here. spagirico a n d Manuel Ycaza, with two vie-
to are rated rank out- tortes, was the afternoon's win-
I ningest rider.
other prospective thrillers The dividends*
eluded n what should be FIRST RACE
Mo Cuadra Dofit Merce's 3-Almlnar $2.40.
e w nglsh-bred black horse SECOND RACE
mire gney yesterday gave. i-Golden Wonder.$4.80, 2.80, 2.-
W ans sample of what could 2o.
be store for them in the $10,- 2-Another Fulmar $4, 3.60.
OQ ded NOv. 3 Independence 3-welcome Stranger $3.40.
a Classic when he raced to First Double $17.80.
t asix-length victory in THIRD A
etured $650 one mile gal- 1-Proten,$8.80, 3.80.
i TODAY at the "LUX" Theatre
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Pens .State o2 Penasylvadsa 0
Vriasova 16 Richmond 14
Lehigh 27 TeMie34
Miami (Fla.) 3 Pittsbugh 7
Scranton 25 Mublenberx 12
Army 27 Colgate 7
Syracuse 49 HolFy Crs 9
Delaware 33 Rutfe 7
Harvard 26 BushnU 26
Princeton 14 Brwn 7
Unibn (N.Y.) 14 Williams 6
Middlebary 7 Norwich 0
Connecticut 20 New Hampshire 7
Cornell 34 Columbia 19
Worcester Tech 45 R.P.L 0
American International 32 New
Britain Tchrs 7
UrsLnus 14 Wagner 6
Massachusetts 54 Vermont 15
Indiana (Pa.) Tehrs 13 Lock Ha-
ven Tehrs 0
Cortland Tchrs 25 lRoftra 0
Rochester 20 Oberlin 7
Maine 53 Colby 0
Bowdoin 18 Bates 0
Rethany 27 Allegheny I1
IUsala 19 Kings Point 6
Hrmplon Institute 35 Lincoln
Western Maryland 13 Franklin
Hobart 26 St. Lawrence 14
Moravlan 35 Albrlght 13
Trinity (Conn.) 27 Coast Guard 0
Tufts 46 Lafayette 14
Rhode Island 20 Springfield 7
Carnegie Tech 16 Washington
Junlata 54 Susauehanna 0
New Haven Tchrs. 25 Blooms-
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Wesleya7 (Conn.) 26 Swarth-
Waynesburg 7 Westmin s t e r
Bluefield State 19 West Virgl-
nia .State 7
Drexer34 John Hopkins 13
East Strotdshnrg 40 Kutztown 14
N--th Carolina State 33 Furman
George Washington 13 Virginia
Clemson 19 Wake Forest 13
Maryland 27 South Carolina 0
Georgia 35 Alabama 14
North Carolina A and T 14 Mor-
gan State 0
Howard 19 Favetteville 14
William and Mary 20 VJ..I. 13
Delawarp State 37 St. .Paul's
Tennessee 48 North Carolina 7
North Carolina College 27 Shaw
Georgia Tech 27 Duke 0.
Allen (S.C.) 26 nKnoxville
Kentucky 20 Rice 16
Vanderbilt 34 Virginia 7
Ft. Valley State 13 Tuskegee
Mississlnpl State 20,North Texas
- State T
Talinae,27 Auburn 13
Virginia State 27 Virginia Union
Louisiana Tech 28 Southwestern
A and M 0
Morehouse 28 Clark 7
Grambling (La.) 41 Jackson 7
Randolph Macon 19 Dickinson 0
Albany (Ga.) State 22 Savannah
Southwestern Tennessee 33
Jarvis 19 Philander Smith, 7
Purdue 13 Illinois 0
Michigan 33 iowa 21
Jndiana Central 7 Taylor 6
Notre Dame 21 Navy 7
John Carroll 21 Case f
Ohio State 49 Northwestern 6
Valparaiso 24 Butler 14
Manli (Ohio) 19 Kent State 7
Bowlifg Green 27 Marshall 26
Indiana 21 Ohio U 14
Denison. 13 Wittenberg I
Illinois State Normal 20 Lewis 20
Michigant State 27 Wisconsin 0
Akron 53 Wooster 6
Minnesota 25 Southern Calif. 19
West Virgnja 39 Marquette 0
Western -eerve 7 Wayne 6
St. Olaf 47 Monmouth 0
(Continued pn Page 6, Col. 6)
2-Engrelda $3.60, 3.60.
i-'Liboria $7.80, 4.40, 3.40.
2-Tilln Tilin $7, 6.
3-Golden Fan $7.
1-Don Pastor $8.40. 2.80, 3.
2-College Girl $2.60, 2.40.
1-Fellac $8.20. 4, 4.40.
2-Gonzaga $17, 8.20.
3-Dainty Duchess $12.00.
I-Devon Maiden $4.40. 2.80, 280.
2-Fairlyable $4.60, 5.60.
3--Gaucha $4.80. 1
SeCond Double: $17.40.
1-Iguazu $6.20. 3 40, 2.80.
9--Amat $6.60, 3.20.
1-Ciprodal $7.20, 5.40, 3.60.
2-Fuerte $10.60. $5.80.
1 ~......- --- ~40, 2.20.
--Hipocrates $4.20, 3.20.
3-Moms'den t. 'I.
1-Fonetito $4.40, 3.
2-Golden Fun $12.
Juan Franco Tips
By LUIS ROiMER
2-Double In Vain
3-Dr. Bill B
6-Valley River Irish
3-Moon Beam Ten
U) daai viI
Juan Franco Graded Entries
PP. Horse Jockey Wt. COMMENT ODDS
Ist Race "I" 1Ieported 6'/a Fgs. Purse $J75.00 Pool Clss 12:45
/' FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1-Alabar a R. Gamero 110 -Could go all the way 2-1
2-Amer. aid M. Ycaza A08 -Best chance in mud 3-1
3-Cadrl0fo R. Gomez 111 -Usually gets left 15-1
4-Quo "adis F. Godoy 106x -Could score in upset 15-1I.
5-Sedur A. Ycaza 110 -Dangerous in mud 3-1
5-C. Prince G. Sanchez 114 -Should score this time '-2
7-Coronellno V. Ortega 112 -Usually close up 4-1
2nd Race "1" Imported 6'/i Fos. Purse $375.00 Peel Closes 1:15
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
I-Wild Wire F. SAnches 9x -Would pay long odds
2-Double In M. Ycaza 114 -Dangerous contender
3-Paques A. GonzAle; 103x -Regaining best form
4-Copar V. Castillo 118 -Can't go lower
5--Vain Darling A. Ycaza 118 -Usually disappoints
6-Bartolo J. Jim6nez 106x-Longshot possibility
7-Vlajero G. SAnchez 111 -Could get up here
8-My Dear S. Carvajal 115x-Depends on mood
9--Newminster G. Prescott 115 -Not off recent races
3rd Race "G" Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $275.00 Poel Cl*ses
4th Race "D.4E"
Sth Race "A-B"
6th Rae "H-l"
A. Ycaza 115 -Could make it this time
F. Godoy 107x-C6uld score here too
R. CristlAn 113 -Racing tU good form
M. Ycaza 113 -Nothing to indicate
A. Vasquez 113 -Back in best form
J. Jiminez 103x-Has strongest finish
R. Gamero 100 -Nothing in months
B. Aguirre 113 -Serious effort here
I Arill. 119 -Nothin 'recently
1:45 ON THE LEVEL--Milt Rogers has an armful in this U-pouad,. 14u etrip4n
off Scituate, Mass., Beach.. The fish is one of the largest of species taken in this area ir
MNotre Dome Torpedoes Navy's
-1 Dream Of Unbeaten Season
L. Giraldo 110 -Last doesn't count 3-1 WEST POINT, N.Y., Oct. 29-
1 (UP) Don Holleder, an All-
Natives-6-/i Fe,.Purse $300.00 Pool Close 2 20 American end who had been a
tA quarterback bust, put on a one-
QUINIELA man 'show today by scoring one
touchdown and passing for three
to lead Army to a crushing 27-7
R. G6mez 118 -Riaer only handicap 3-1 victory over Colgate.
B. Baeza 96x-Should be close up 4-1 \
A. GonzAlez 97x -Depends on start 5-1 PRINCETON. 'N.J., Oct. 29 -
M. Ycaza 114 -Distance to liking 3-1 (UP)-Princeton held grimly to
R. CristiAn 116 -Will fight it out 2-1 its share of the Ivy League lead
L. Giraldo 110 -Should score again even today by striking for two quick
A. Ycaza 122 -Rates chance here 4-1 t o u c h d o w n s and defending
J. Chuna 106 -Would pay juicy odds 30-1 stoutly against an Inspired
Brown eleven for a 14-7 victory
Natives I Mile Purse $375.00 Pool C s 2:55 before a crowd of 22,500.
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct. 29-
M. Ycaza 106 -Distance to liking 2-1 (UP) Michigan struck for a
A. Reyes R. 102x-Back in winning form 5-1 pair of dramatic touchdowns on
R. Gamero 100 -Not against these 5-1 passes by quarterback Jim Mad-
E. Gastell 103 -Will fight it out- 3-2 dock and halfback Tony Bran-
K. Flores 120 -Usualy best these EVEN off streaked 31 yards for anoth-
0. Snchez 120 -Rates best on form EVEN er record score in the 33-21 vic-
tory over Iowa before 72,096
Imported--4 Fgs. Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 1:35 fans inr a nationally-televised
t.S, ,RAC nTE tU L Bi c Ten battle.
A. GonzAlez 103x -Nothing recently
B. OrtegA 110 -Aiming for payoff
B. Aguire 110 --Hard to be ~Wre
IL Cristlin 108 -Last doesn't coUnt
8, Carvajal 107x-ls.test .t getaway
J. Phillips 110 -Nothing to indicate
F.. Godoy 107x -Will fight it out
A. Reyes R. 103x -Rates chance too
7th Race "F" Imported 1 Mile Pur $500.00 Pool Closes 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1-Supper Girl M. Ycaza 113 Distance to liking
2-Dark Sunset B. Aguirre 110 -Jockey could help
3-Mufti A. VAsluez 115 -Has high rating
4-Onda Real R. Cristiin 110 -Has best early speed
5-C'tly Prince R. Gamero 108 -Could score in upset
6-Dlxiprincess G. Sanchez 115 -Has strongest finish
7-Fontainebleu S. C'rv'jal 112x-Still a bit short
8th Race "I" Imported -.46'/ Fs. Pure $375.00 Pol Clses 4:40
1-Turf Lodge B. Agulrre
2-Newbrighton H. Ruiz
3-Zaratustra R. CristiAn
4-Beduino M. Hurley
5-Moon Beam J. Carrefio
6-J. Fidd lng V. Rodriguez
7-Patri6tlc S. Carvalal
8-Tempestad A. Ycaza
118 -Could score at price
105 -Dangerous in mud
118 -Would pay off
114U -Improving slowly
120 -Shouldn't miss here
115x -Disappointed in last
llOx -Easy win in last
113 -Dangerous contender
9th Race "D" imported 6/ FP. Pure $600.00 Pe Closes
115 -Blazing early speed
102x -Not against these
108 -Would pay off here
110 -Rates outside chance
115 -Was never better
118 -Racing to top form
110 -Could sore in upset
118 -Has class plus
10th Race "E"' mpored 7 Fga. Purse $5$0.00 Pool Clomses 40
S. Garvajal 105x-Would pay off
R. CristiUn 115 --Racing to top form
0. de je6n lOfx.-Must go lower
gk~~Uropur ~"14 93-- U-4r 15-em es eee
kporoputo B. Agirre 1s ---eems best bei even
Aulcapizado J. Jlmnnez 109x-W,ill fight it out 3-2
11th Race "H" NAtives 42 FPs. Purse $275.00 Pool Close......
1-Villarreal E. Ortega 100 -Will fight it out 2-1
2-Golden Glass 0. de Le6n 105x--Should be close up 4-1
3-Malayal B. Baeza 101x-Nothing to indicate 15-1
4-Piropo R. G6mez 107 -Hard to beat here 3-2
5-Arranquin V. Castillo 118 -Rates good chance 2-1
6-Riomar A. Valdivia 118 -Has strongest finish 10-1
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CAMBRIDGE, Mass.., Oct. 29-
(UP)-Fullback Bob Ford scored
three touchdowns today as sur-
prjint Bucknell gained a 26-26
t.w ith- arvardand forced the
favored Crimson to come from
bejnd with a fourth period
touchdown to gain the deadlock.
NEW BRUNSWICK. )IJ.. Oct.
29 -(UP)-Striking with iquick-
ness and precision, Delaware re-
bounded from a seven-point de-
ficit today and overwhelmed
Ruegers, 33-7. before a crowd of
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 29 (UP)
-Penn State scored twice today
before Penn ran one play from
scrimmage and then went on to
defeat an eager Quaker 11 play-
ing Its best game of the season.
20-0. before 28,206 at Franklin
VILAVOVA. Pa., Oct. 29 (UP)
Football's rarity, the safety
proved'the margin today as Vil-
anlfva broke through the pain of
five straight defeats for a 16-14
triumph over Richmond, its first
of the. 1955 season.
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 29 (UP)
- 'Miami's Hurricanes st r u c k
twice within two minutes for
touchdowns in the first period
and' added a third in the last 18
seconds today to defeat Pitts-
burgh 21-7 in an intermittent
but driving rain.
rNEW HAVEN. Conn. Oct. 29-
(UP)--Yale's Ivy League leaders,
stymled during the entire first
halt by a stubborn Dartmouth
defense, broke loose for three
last-half touchdowns today and
shut out the Indians for the
first time in 20 years. 20-0.
A crowd of 32,000 watched.
CHAMPAIGN, I11., Oct. 29 -
(UP) Pass minded Purdue
turned to a -ground attack in
soggy going today and banged
over two touchdowns on short
plunges to jolt Illinois, 13-0. be-
fore 61,262 homecoming fans.
SOUTH BEND. Ind.. Oct. 29 -
(UP) Notre Dame torpedoed
Navy dreams of its first unde-
feated football season today
with quarterback Paul Hornung
a one-man show in leading the
Irish to a 21-7 win In a rain-
sformr before a record crowd of
COLLEGE PARK. Md.. Oct. 29
(UP) Co-captain Ed Vereb
shattered two Atlantic Coast'
Conference's scoring records for
a stnle season today as he pac-
ed Maryland's Orange Bowl-
bound Terrapins to a 27-0 vic-
tory over South Carolina before
ITHACA. N.Y.. Oct. 29 (UP)-
Irtft Roberson. a sophomore
halfback from Philadelphia. ran
for two touchdowns and caieht
a vats for a third todav, spark-
Ing Comell to a 34-19 victory
over hapless Columbia In the
43rd renewal of their Ivy League
MITNW APOLID. Oct. 29 (UP)
-Mlnnesota upset eighth-rank-
ed Southern California 35-19 be.
fOe 64.5( hnmerominai fanr ni
ta aow- ht nh. ertdirfn noet.-
nrdiay ma pnphnmore ftllbaik
aMiB.s l iN b pl-unaJl be 8Wf
touchdowns and kept the Tro- string quarterback Job ealy this
jans off-balance all afternoon, season, made a sma&hing bld .to
--- regain It today when be pasud
GREENVILLE,-8.C., Oct. 29,- for one touchdown, set up an-
(UP)-A group of Pennsylvani- other and had a hand in the
ans turned southerners led rest in a 35-14 Georgia romp
North Carolina State to an easy over' hapless Alabama.
33-7 victory over winless Fur- -
man today before an unhappy MADISON, WIs., Oct. W9 (UP)
homecoming crowd of 5,000. --ophomore halfback Wal Ko-
... walczyk converted WlsconsiA's
BLOOMINGTON. Ind., Oct.L29 homecoming Into a one-man
(UP)-Indiana put together its show as he led Michigan State
first three-game winning streak to a 27-0 Big Ten victory today.
since 1946 today, beating a 'game
but outmanned Ohio University WORCEWTVR, Mas., Oct.,2 9-
club, 21-14, behind the running (UP) Syracuse overwhelmed
of John Bartklewicz and Milt Holy Cross with a shewer -of
Campbell. touchdowns to shatter the Cru-
*- saders' undefeated slate. 49-9,
ATHENS, Ga.. Oct. 29 (UP)- before a homecoming day crowd
Jimmy Harper. who lost his first of 24.000 today.
The 13 games that were play-
ed in the Balboa High-Junior.
High intramural leagues during
the past week had little effect
on the landings other than to
more firmly establish the top
teams. There is still about a
week and a half of play left,.
and no team has mathematical-
ly clinched the tifie, but both
top teams appear to be unstop-
pable and all that remains is to
complete the schedule.
With only one game left on
their schedule, "the Boilermak-
ers are riding high, wide and
handsome in the B league. They
only played once during the
week, but that was an Impor-
tant contest with the Fighting
Irish. The Boilermakers won this
one in a game hat was much
closer than the 53-33 score
would indicate. .
The Irish massed their de-
fense to stop Boilermaker ace
Joe Reynolds, but by the time
they became effective in this,
Reynolds had led his mates to a
big 26-polnt mareln in the first
quarter and that was the ball
game. This was the "do-or-die"
week for' the Irish who played
three games thus completing
their season. They needed to win
all of them, and 'ot off on the
right foot by giving the Trojans
a 52-39 lacing only to loose to
the 'Gators by forfeit and then
drop the big one to the leaders.
Pete Corrian and his Bull-
dogs are perhans the most imn-
nroved team in the B lesovi.
They have climbed into fifth
place with their recent play.
They won from the Gopher.s
this week to keep nace and it
shapes uo as a real battle for
fourth place between the Bull-
dors, Mustmnmp. and Atrles. In
fact. anv of thee tnems could
be involved with the 'Gators and
FightinT Irish In a many team
tie for second place.
ample support from Bobt AaS m
and Eddie Oliagher. Fred Aoe F
still holds his own with the best
in the league on defehase.ald-Js
"definitely one of the Bumkyies'
mainstays. Ed Suarez kept his
Lions within hailing distance of
the leaders by'winning their' ne
game 38 to 7 from the Tigers. ,
Sharez gets -a lot of help, from
diminutive Dour Chassin as the
two combine to make a powerful
offense for the Lions.
"Woody" French kept his In-
dians alive by operating As the
big yardage ,producer for -his
team in their 33-2 6onqinest of
the Owls. The Indians. have a
fine feam- unity with Warren
Marquard. Benny Hatcher, ae
Jenkins, Albert .White. anW:Ter-
ry Klandrud- all doing their part
to advance the Indian cause.,
Team standings follow:
TEAM- G. L. Pet.
Boilermakers.....7 0 1.000
'Gators .. .. .." 5 1 .833
Fighting Irish .. L.5 3 -A25
Bulldogs. ... .4 3 .S.I
Mustangs. .. .. ..3 3 .500
AgE~es.. n. .. .. ..3 3 '1.500
Brtns. ... ,1 .5 .13 7
Trojans' .... ..1 5 .15?
Gophers .. .. .. 0 8 .400
Sports S ots
WhIle the Bulldoes and the
Aggles have been coming up. the h-- .... ,'
Mustangs have hit the skids. theq]tI, ?SavrcwUBNP5d
Alex Rulz has come into his own to rt-'away *to" tl l 4e'
now, and he naces the Arles the Lambert -S"hy- Navy
with consistently brilliant nlav now b"s po t t-Ea ovt'41 a
both offensively dd delpT-Ove- poMfl 3 J
Iv. Ruiz Onn-e with Aa Tt"en mu^tie u01" lt IPk
were minlv rePqneira'l for two second, Hely C s tll =, Ar-
AvaRe winq this weelr. Thv pas-.. my fofh and ale w The
tered the Mnstanes 55 to 26. and Trophy wpitNe sUMlri
then showed nn mercyv at all In Eaern htlapom.
nouring it on the drwn twoden ---- .
Bruins 76 to 12. The BrSilns TURF
could do nothine rlwht In this Belmont Park will become the
warhe and they problhlv enntri- new super iaeIfg track hn New
buted as wuch to tthv ,viosg York. -
scorlne Ba the A<'ofs did thim- The Greater New Yor I o-
selP.s. Aonn*-" Pdl'v piA Al n elation says Belmbnt wIlp B Its
fcote were al over the f'eld for number oae track. wit. Aue-
th- osers. bnt to no avail. duct as a spar.. Iet's etd
The two top leans in the C Jamkica will be abandonbA. tJ
league. the Cornhuskers and the acing in two or sa. 'Tp-
ucekeves each won two names flgt rae at
to keen un their fend for t1te the ptteEJt5 5 tlW 'fl.eb
title. The 'HuIkerx aave the Ti- August, The Asiaton-am a-
rers their first of twolwy e du-- pront group-new =de all
tnr the week with A q4 tn oI thorosphbred Mrdt New
TIrtire end Islt.er tn th* week York State.
yhpv ianna d a oind 41-8 -4..
feat on the Wildeat- Th both In racing yesterday, jockey
cases John Morris and his teem- Bll Cook. tode three straiht
mates had far-too mnuh M'Rs. winners at oGardentaPte l...
Jerry Crawford and Bill Wlinkt- at Jam ticat out ia a,
son operated along with Morris Of @11-4-- W -the
In the smoothest backfield tn HintoralIsd~Ranisga p gl'l-
the learnM whole Bob Lau and dr p id W$.40.
Jeff Here were tons In the lire. I '
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SSibrn To ind Out Bench Is Worst Se'at In
m J By JIMMY BRESLIN want run.0
SNAStaf Csire .Vince DiFrancesca is another
WT,1 I N OR$ (N1A.2rin' prass box evotee" .Iwa State's
*^ ," ,,, a' the ft Jhalof t e game bltwo Ced man anda e a'atirn s ame-
0" the Steelers and the Giants at the ea the top and thinks it helps his
; Polo Grounds, a reporter looked nerves.
down to one end of the press box "You're a coach and you spend
....1 1 "i; and blinked the whole week running t he
"Guess I need glasses.' he said.- team," he explains. "Then comes
"If I were aiked, I'd tell you the Saturday and down th6 field you
which Bad Sm edeith n se- Pittsburgh spotter sitting there is have less to do with what's going
aBBaa *railan Jimmy Pro 's Walt Kiesling. But he's down on on than anybody else. Your as-
Sation was focused n it the field, so I'm not seeing so sistants in the press box know
Irtmg ytm As in use. night start at Baltimore v m well." more than you do. The phone is
a round must be credited Green Bayiackers I town.T The- fellow was right the first more important than you.
.. 9,t, 7, s ad so on. Packe lUfet&eda 41-10"h time. Klesling, the Steelers' heall "So I go up there myself. I like
ed Blink, turned In a card ping a the hai, coach, spends the first half of to feel I'm doing more than ,the
Sthe CJYfe BrOwn, bV- every game glued to a phone in next person. I had a little trouble
whid tb. ai* .ounpded, ending the are a etla Efid tal (three i ) the press hux, chanting orders to at the Missouri game, though. The
ii als mixed. choice to beat the.Colta. 12 assistants on the bench below, moment the half ended I tried to
w a ".cros from Bay sad almre are U d'W race through the crowd to reach
oe ij ^ f101" r I* -s second pl wo 1$ the iti "It's nothing really new," hlie the dressing room and I took a
:",iOf the wr9u = iunly pore Totball Leage's Western 1W- says. "Anybody knows probably good spill on the stairs."
owoud trac M h 1, then ad.the worst place to watch a game
Swel S dy O Sundty the top club in is the bench. So, I spend the first "There's no doubt you're better
S decisig n "mth, by unan WeSt r .P l the Los An- half in the press box. where you off upstairs," Jim Lee Howell of
ges: #ams .. the Chicago can see more, then come down at the Giants says. "But I'd rather
for Smith. t.'he' exa at -An heI Rams halftime.T be on the field for that personal
,..The decision Was In are picked to win bY a field goal "I've heard of quite a few doing touch with the players. Especially
Mr. M06 however, (three points). it. I got the idea from Gus Dor- If one of them is inured. I want
a .ae. e cdttha weae, o 8 eis to be there, not up on a telephone.
e o a e The Browns pla, the C ar I "As far as seeing a game goes,
.-...ada.i..at, Chicago and he Pi .Ib seems, them, that football you're at a disadvantage. On a
a 8te elra p the Eagles at. coaches, who have changed the wide sweep, when a lot of players
The*Brow -ir twa thdematlch delpma. r other game into something closely re- are on their feet and running
theave bee no rhubarb. ence, In thi touchdown (13 point) cholee to semblng the inner works of anyour view is completely bltt
Intae th t n e ystem, was opened criticism beat the Cardinals for the 11th electronic brain, have finally de- out. You don't know what s going
tua t the same thencident strengthens rather than weakens straight time. PhIladelphia s a cided to make the one natural on. That's why you uoys ;n the
the desirability of a uniform scoring system, one so simple that one-fileld goal (three point) move people have agreed upon press box have a good license to
anybody can handle, and everybody can under d choice over Pittsburgh, making for a long time-go some place second guess us. You can Ete bet-
anybody can handle and everybody can understand hoeowhrhey can see.r ter."
Yo do not ind tany direct descendants of Newton at the the teelers the underdogs for they can see.
ridaside computinsg.fihbttalk, or graduate CPS's either. go, as the sixth straight Wk I Games are scouted from aloft. Which-brings up the argument
Me. Blink's embarrassment implies, the fewer and smaller the n other games, the San Fratn- "Line spacing is the big thing," Leo Durocher had with reporters
figures the better d c ac a.Forty-Niners are rated just Xiesling notes. "Down on those in the baseball Giants dugout last
S' better than a field goal to beat turtle-backed fields, you never summer. Durocher was complain
If w~~n.h CCN vwW tha a ttenberry kWlo the Detroit Lions at San Fra- have a good idea of how the de- ing about a decisions t secondsbase
tE was fra th thisIn mind that Bob itenberry workedencis. And the Oiati are a -alht ense is spaced. When you're iP the day before.T
ovuded a 0-0 f or mula with thren even rund, 1-0 forts as maximr, round, deal, t (one point) pick over the ash- high you can see andmakeI could seeit. I was
provided tn 0foan a ev e un -0 foa round, 2-0 for a ngto Redkins at New York your mind what kind of plays you eight here. The u mp i r was
To the objection that no vsin n any way was made to .. well, it ust isn't very bright was a good call?" -'
reward the loserious, Chrdut, evenrry poutt that efforts might It ts my judgment that the Chriatenberry blueprint is dis- WhileLeo talked, those around
ary purpose was to estabeloh a winner In the most direct and thictly superior in many respects to the one now Ih U.fe in New him looked out to second base.
simary purpose was to estable. h a er n the m t direct and York. I think it should be presented to the full membership of per portion o a player.
"imple m anner possible. he added "th a rthe commission and that Helfand, as chairman, should promptly From the knees down he was
"I we de that" h addd, "margin b h move for its adoption. Once its merits are established'., Ias fe bed ot out by grass.
i des.- wat dfere wi tmaker.wh the .rtanIe. osaure they will be... nationwide application is quite likely toio ow.
pldes, what difference can it make whether a. tighter Joses, In addition to the virtue of nh.er empiyeaty, thee system' T
reqi by, say, 5-6 or 0-1-It's still a onerpoiut defic t, i 't e t? In addition to the virtue of sheer JStpliety, tho.system S R T S
b yn sr.n oe aIt fiaghte nowsy het muat wndy else lget oth puts the scoring accent where It should be, namely, on olnts
acoter at inl,; whe'sn a fighs lker know he must w andon order to earned as distinuished from rounds won. As everybody knows,
se f at a ll, he's likely; uo stall aen d eOast." few rounds are alike. There are rounds filled with bristling action, SAN ANTONIO, Oct. 29 (UP)
I before Chistbery, uld get arand to formal his others with empty futility. -Former Southern Methodist
ideas, there was a political change la lbany and he found Yet in New York o clear-eut arrangement is made tO ye- football star Frank Eldom died
Ingself sp d. Julus elnd ir of te o ward one r und over another. Only i9 the case of a draw, an early yesterday of injuries suf-
hough m anifestly unacquainted with the Chisteney even split in rounds, are points considered. This in itself is a feared in an,auto accident lhist
Though manifestly uncte painted with the e Chrieenberry contradiction of values. By rounds, a fighter is held even; on Fundayal
spla, oelfand indicated he was not Interested in changing points, the same fighter is shown to have won. The 23-year-old former half-
bexistpg olattond : an attitude rather typical of new cum- Obviously, there's something wrong here. Just as obviously, back suffered multiple skull
beats. Sd led Out, it means: "Why Jet anybody else get the either the by-rounds or the on-pointf method is the better, and fractures when his car ran off
headline?"*." considering how widely rounds vary in values, there can't be the road and struck-a tree near
POINTS SYSTEM BEST much question yhfch of the two methods is sui'erior. Gonzales, Texas. Eldom-a lieu-
Comes.the POINTS SYSTEM BEST Finally, ay system which makes it possible for a judge to tenant stationed at Brooke Ar-
Comes the millenm we ay finally get a box-ng bos4 seeh a fighter lose and win at the same time is hardly ideal. my Medical Center in San An-
hose. fanaticdbm for re attacwinl ot un at driving those rascals This, as you may recall, ,happened in the first Walcott-Louis tonio was drafted by Phila-
onlt. HUand's vigor in attacking undesirable elements, warrants fight. One of the judges had Walcott behind In rounds, yet IFlnhia of the National Football
only cmendation, but to take the option that thersmodaatire can ahead in points...a trick that might have challenged the talents League following his college
be no need f improvement in other, and le melodramatic areas, of even the, aforementioned Mr. Blink. graduation.
SThoseWho Race. Ho..
Don't Know Why They D
By HARRY GRAY'SON approximately the size of a au-
the handicap champion High GUn, model, or a reasonalble f
Robeit J. Kleberg remarked that who is sure to underscore tm f
thoroughbreds were raced for the py moment with A rs
pUrotse of proving tplr worth. kiss. Beautiful." I
CGomin flom a cattle raise r, -
that makes sense. It also points OWNERS 0F STAKEwS
out t6 Haden Kirkpatrick the most get their nam as on sports paA
extraordinary fact that -9 out ot and don't have to look- arand
Avery 100 stable owners haven't comn pany. .
the vaguest notion Ahy they race "But sooner or later the
horses. once sheet is totaled up,
Kirkpatrick concludes. hastily, dreams dissolve, and real' ta
for The Thoroughbred R ecor d, over. What then?" asks Ha
that people rate homse (1) to Kirkpatrick.
make money; (2) to gratify 'tIe| "Then is the moment of. dedh
Instinct to gamble: or (3) oui of sion, when racing peop.
sheer vanity, made. For those wo are sodt
Yet he stresses that not tne of ed only by one or more
the three will stand inspection as variety of misleading ream '
a sensible reason. racing, there is nothing t
Rare Individuals exist w ho throw in the sponge.
Make mosey out of racing horses, "The others somewbet al
but lKirkpatriek reckon the nrce the line, have found that e
sainst as being about 1-to-200. no motive, or if they r
"The average annual earnings don't quite know what ,
TIL t IT Yo i of all startersin the United States tainly not many, like Mr. K
TILdL To fan Yore tBera during 1954 amounted to about race for so clear-cut 'a purwoE
as those at Yankee s Stadim. I 3 ,00 per horse," he reports, to prove the worth their
The catcher is on a Good-will "There Is practically nowhere With most ordinary# stables,
tour of Japan with the Ameri-. that an animal can be trained at most ordinary horses, nobody 4 '
can League champions. less than $3,000 or so a year-and side from the oWser really 1. O'O
----- that is minimun figure -whichlmuch what they're worth. w-.
ranges upward sharply to two or' That's perha the stranlk .
'three times as much. story about a range businrafilA'
The game goes on, the peo "
YOU DON'T AVE to own come and go* and some tsay wi,;
S horses to buck the mutual take- It but only a few could tell yW
S o s Briefs out. and racing horses is a parti--wv y.
cularly bad way of satisfying the ,___________
urge to gamble. i :
-- 9IIMMED DOWN :
S"The stakes are Inordinately Dallas' ;NEA) Tiny -
CLEVELAND, Oct. 29-(UPI- high, the action depressingly Southern Methodist's guard, s
Pitchers sal Maglie and Art slow." reminds Kirkpatrick. "For the lowest weight he esi atta
Houtteman and first-baseman most owners, it is a long time ts. When he came out of serving
Ferris Fain were reported on between races. There are occasio- in August, he weighed 2M. C, .
the block" today as a result of nil moments of wild exhilaration,
the Cleveland Indiana' plan to but they hardly compensate for
"get well in '58" with young the battered hopes and hours of ll
blood. The Indians acquire black despair. From a gambling Tod Encnto. ,S .5 M
Chico Carrasquel and Am Busby point of view, racine has only one TI E IN CINEM arStCOB! ..Z
last Tuesday when they sent 31- virtue. It is about the most con- l IN CINEMASCO
year-old slugger Larry Doby to spicuous wa.. of doing it." G Olenn Ford in -
the Chicago White Sox. This brings Kirkpatrick to mo- "Interrupted Meledy" .
tive 3. ClarkGable In
------ '"Vanity is the most subtle of' "Mutiny on the Bounty" n |
all the mirages that draw people tiny on e Bounty
BEVERLY HILLS Calif., Oct. into the, er-Sport of Kings," he .
29-(UP)-England's Donald 'observes. "How fascinating to timn Toda y IDEAL .25 .I
Campbell will make a second agine your silks, your very own, TRIPLE PROGRAM!
attempt to better his own flashing across the finish line a' Shanghal Story"
speedboard record of 202.32 board some classic winner.
miles an hour the week of "How many Walter Mittys spend "Fortune Hunter" '
Nov. 6 on Lake Mead. Camp- 'how many hours of dreamug of, ". Bass, Fran & J. James"'
bell failed In a previous effort, themselves in the winners circle, an es
Oct. 16. being presented with a goal' cup
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THE STORY: Tim Rogers has made a trip from his y- II The accompanying condensed have largely been reflected .in sums found to be on hand in substantial dop In neot nee o ree
home in Nw York Cty to the Beaver Falls Academy,p- financial statements of the Pan- the accounts. However, until it excess of the Company's work- however, is attributable pria ia ploye Janu
om ed by Clair Halinsky, widow of Tim's best friend in the TIM ROGERS called the Mil- aRna Canal & company show the is completed and approved by lng capital needs and reasona- Uly to lower gross remrenues .
rated by Clair Halmsky, widow of Tims best friend in t cells, his neighbors in Parkehest- financial position of ,the Com- the Director of the Bureau of ble foreseeable requirements for result Of lower trafft volu oon for
army, Al Holinsky. Tim had a check for $10,000 the last er. Mary Mitchell answered the pay at June 30, 1955 and the re- the Budget, the accompanying authorized plant replacement or U.S. Government owned vims to U
of payments totaling $50,000 which he was making to her phone. Yes, she'd see if Lona Vwas sults of its operations for the financial statements, a welL a expansion. During the year end- knd Inttreaeua In wage an Ip. hi fwe 1ozl the Gbvrn-
b pa et tlint home. A half a minute later she year then ended, those issued since June 30., 1961, ed June 30, 1955, such a liquldat- terest rat" and additMal i t tnetmen
because he believes he is responsible for Al's death. But was back. The door was locked, Undfr the provisions of sec- setting forth asset vIluas and ir.. dividend of $10,000,000 was fringe benefits to e tlo@ye t ret, lw reased
upon reaching the academy, he finds Clair gone. Some se said. Should she use Lorna's tion 246 (b) of the Company's related reserves, net direct Go- paid to the United States Treas- granted by the Con. .. The
Upon racing e aamy, e rgo spare key to look in? Yes, he'd charter, the valuation of the ernment investment, depreci- ury. The. net cost f of- o of lt^ ^by the
strange sinister looking men had taken over. In response wait. Another half minute and she Panama Canal and other prop- tlon rnd -nterest expense sad Net Incomq as tentatively re- the Canal Zone O f f TraIuR y ase
L their demands he tells them why 'he came and give reported that nobody was home, ertles transferred to the Com- net income, must be considered corded fpr. the year was $581,- which the. Company i requed r te fcal
S the certified check. that Tim's nice roll-top desk was pany as part of the Govern- as tentative and subject to prob- 14N. The corresponding amount by law to reinbutse the Taem yrir -1430 p2.ient as
tham the certified check. open and the papers strewn all ment's direct investment is sub- able revision, of net Income for the previous ry,,amounted to $,779,271 In pared .to 3 perMeat for
Sr, t over it and that there was a note ject to the approval of the Di- The Board of Directors ls. re- year was $4,160,010. Tolls from compared with $10 for .r IM -
VH brother, turned and left, while in a bottle at the door for the rector of the Bureau of the quired annually to review the fl- commercial traffic for the year the preceding year. -w-redue- t SJ.ilal 8 te1.nts
,en sad bl milkman not to deliver any more Budget. The program for the nancial position of the Coepa- etded June 30, 1955 continued tion in the ne was due to a
STI ROGERS had a feeling of Ben crossed the r o o m to a milk till furer notice establishment of this valuation ny and to return to the Treasu- at a slightly higher volume than increases in revenutl from other iahed s.. dt-a the
great weariness. Acious year had b een bookcase pr-boulled out a creased Mary Mitche had never liked s well along and the results ry, as liquidating dividends, any that of the preceding year. The agencies tor ervlcs rendered C,,.. repC
wasted, a precious year during leather-bound volume. Mary Mitchell bad never liked
3vhich he had worked at three "What you going to do?" Tim Tim. A C C
hobs in order to get 12 months asked. A AA MA" '* '
loser to the time when he could "Read," said Ben. Then as Tim What,'she asked now, did Tim P BalN CsANAL COMPANY
live like a hupian being again, looked at him blankly: "Don't want her to tell Lorna if and wen ne '
ile had expected now to start giv- get upset, chum. I'm not going to Lorna came home? June 30, 1 55
a Nrt ityoohyu behave, Lke Dan APB.inSETS LIAVL T
Ing his wift and son some ot his hurt you, if yu behave e "Nothig," Tim said. "Nothing
love and so e of his attention, says, we needn't be afraid of you at all." Then he thanked her and C URENT ASSETS: cURMENT LIABILrIT:I
But now it as gone. going to the police if that moneys hung up. Cash: Accourts payable:
S Beyond the eariness lay fear. stolen." t n U.S. Treasury checking accounts .......... $ 2,658,330 U.S. Government aenes ..................... $ 9,3 I
ewas afraid of the short burly So Lorna had found out from n cmmercl banknd on hand .............. 5,066,383 $7,724,719 Other .......................................... ,995,562 ,
Inan who took the certified check. BEN made Tim go upstairs to his papers. She had left him. Accounts receivable: Re nbursmq..ts a VS. Treasury:
"May I go now?" Tim ask ed the room where old Mac Allison Where had se gone? C.nai Zono Governmoet '.. ............... 757,023 t cost of can ernmet ....... ... 9,7
him timidly. He started to get up. lay gagged and bound on ehe Should he go back to New York Othe Govenment agle.i, *,............... 808,8 Interest on tentively cliomted not
All three of the hoodlums guf- floor. Ben unfastened Mac's gag to find her-or go on to clevelad others. net ............... ... s.... .... .. 860,654 2,225,965 direct investment ......................... 0 3
lawes. The short burly m a n but left him tied. Ben tied Tim to w.rn Clair? Inventories (Note 2): Annuity to .epu.o. of pana0 ............... 430 ..
pushed him backwafl against the and, telling him not to try to get Should he save his marriage? Or Matrals and supplIes net ................. $ 7,506,466 $. ,271 2
sofa. out or he might have to shoot should he try to pay the debt he Merhandie hed for sle ....................4,149,302 11,655,768 Le Tolls applicable to Us. o .mmat v l. 1,217 25
"We've got more business with him in onp or both legs, Ben owed? Other current asset ........................,.... 49 47 Accrued expense: /
youl sweetheart," he said. "If locked the 'dor and went down- He had $100 in his wallet, which Total eurretnt assets .......2 .............. $ 52,096,899 salaries and we ........................... 1,364,1
Clair's gonna cash this c h e c k,stairs the Traskises were kind enough to FIXED ASSETS, LESS ALLOWANCs FOR Kmploys' accrued leave ..................... -5. 8
We've goota find her, See?" let him keep. After a moment's DEPREC:ATION AND OBSOLESCENCK (Note 1): Damages tovesses........................ ... 10,775
"I don't know where she is," White-haired and slight, Mac hesitation, he went down to the Land. titles, and treaty rights .................$ 14,803,29 Other ....... .....;.......................... 410,316 7,73,72
*tid Tim. explained to Tim who the three station. Interest during construction ..,..............:.. 50,892,311 Customers' deposits and advance i........... 506,121
"Got a wife and kids?" he ask- men were and why they ha d Canql exavstions, fills and embankments ..... 277,656,402 Other current HabiHttle'.... .................... ..... '- 314.93
pd. come for Clair. He told how "One way to Cleveland, please." Canal structures and equipment ................109,602,285 Total current llabilitles ................. $ 30,464,120
Tim nodded. "One son." they had tried to get the ad- When'he arrived at the Cleve- other maritire facilitiues .........,............... 1,860,3 6 CONTINGINT LIAnILrIS (Note 4) .
"You'd better cooperate. They dresses of relatives from himn-he land Union Terminal several hours SuorortUns and general facilities ............... 108,818,687 Reserve Nor Periodic Qverhauls (f Canre Lockt .... ,; 2,9 4
night miss you." showed a lump over one eye--but later, Tim took a cab instead of Con-trcton and retirements in prore ss ...... 2.895,815 EQUITY OF UNITD STAT o Govt (Note )
S"You're crazy, Dan." the mus- he had pleaded Ignorance success- a streetcar, out Euclid Avenue to Facltles held for future use .................. 549,844 $587,079,448 Net direct inveftent (a defined o Panami
tachea man said. "He can 'inger fully. (At this Tim twinged.) And Richmond Heights. Lem allowances tor 'depree ation and Canal Company Act asi ended) .;........- \ 9H
Us. The cops will have an excuse how finally in disgust they h ad o. olieence ........... .................... 165,454 ,08 421,625,580 Retained income (surplus, as detfed by Panami
to pick us up." bound and gagged him and He remembered the time he I Nsr TFACILIIES (Note 3): C 'nal Company Act.,as amtuded)........... $5,604,432
m Dan growled. "You heard him, thrown him into this upstairs a saw her-after the war-a strik- Co of facilities nd Projcts ................. $117,509,507 Less emergency fund held by U.S. tr s sury
Sen. He 'borrowed' the money. room to wait: for Tim. ing brunette, tall, supple, taller Lss depreciation and valuation allowances ... 117,509,507 o available on loan basis without tterst ..... 10,000,00
j don't think he'll do any finger- Mac tried to talk Tim into than he in her high heels, a cheer- DZFARn D WCHARGas ......................., $ 1,344,985 Held by Panami Canal Company ........... 7504,432 443,609,197
,ig." Dan turned to Tim "Do working their bonds loose, but ful girl with big brwn eyes and $477,067,264 47,,4!1324
you have any idea where we can Tim refused. long burled eyelases.
ind Clair Holinsky?" Tim shook "They'll shoot us if wey tiry long hurled eyela les ,-
-is head. iget away," Tim said. The street stretched around the PANAMA CANAL COMPANY PANAMA CANAIrC-U '
I "You're a coward," the old curve and up a hill. There were Analynis of Equity of United States Governmqt Condensed Ine me a '
"Does she have any relatives? man sad. only a few houses on either side. June 30, 1959a Tear Ended M1M -
STirh shook his head_ more Mentaly Tim agreed. It was growing dusk again. Only NET DIRECT INVESTM :NT:
owly this time. an ited a At Tip fell asleep. He one car was parked In the street. Capital stock'of original Panama Railroad Corn- Ganl Alid Maem bm
ieat-like fit and trembled, rested fully and wa( awake There was no traffic. pany (N.Y.) ..................................... $ 7,000,060 Revenue:
Ara nk back and sad "Shw's got long before- Ben appeared the Investment transferred from The Panarmi Canal as Tolls from comnmrdial vessels .... ... ......... ,9189,993
grandfather in Cleveland." He'd next morning with some break-I He remembered the hill and tentatively valued: Tolls credits from UA. Government vessels ..,,... 1,217,536 -
eard Al mention it and that was i fast. the English Tudor house set deep Februiry 1950 Carshops and roundhouisils ...... $ 190,651 Other revenue .............. .,........,,...... .,195,027 $ 463S1,5
where he'd found Clair after the ,,in an acre of land, completely hid- July 1950 Oil plants, does and piers ......... 4,757,833
.*ar. "I'm going to have to beat it," den by trees and shrubs at the July 1951 .- Canal and other facilities .... ....... 401,878,720 406,827,204 OPERATING EXPENSES: .
- "Whereabouts in Cleveland?" Ben said. "Sooner or later some- end of a hemlock-edged driveway. Gross direct investment, as tc tatively stated. $413,827,204 Direct expensesand supporting services .......... $ 18,661,733
Dan asked. body's going to prowl around The front lawn was hedged with Less dividends and other charges deductible from Depreciation on canal and allied maritime facilities,
"Jarvis Street, Richmond here and find you two. But by tall privet. All he could see were direct investment: exclusive of depreciation or amortization of chan-
Heights," Tim said. "That's a that time Ill be-long gone. the upstairs bedrooms as he came Dividends paid to U.S. Treasury: .nel, harbors, treaty rights and similar cot .... 2383,405 2145,138
ithall suburb southeast of the He watched his prisoners eat. up the hill. Clair's grandfather Prior to June 30,1951......................... $23,994,05 NET OPERATING INCOME, CANAL AND ALLIED
then he retied h hands and Fritz lived alone Auring the sum- Subsequeo t to June 30, 1951 ........... .... 10,000,000 MARITIME OPERATION ... ............. $ 386,41
'~Okay, what's his name?" took Mac into a earate room. mer after school was out and the $"33,994,05
'Tim wished he wouldn't 'find it Ben came bac d fastened grandchildren who stayed with Appraised value of lands conveyed tO Republic of les ofS Suprtl erv
soeasy to remember these things, Tim to a bedpost the room him during the college year went Panama, December 1943 ................ ...... ,7,95 Bales employes and other ......... ..... 31 85.846
but he blurted out the answer: and then paused a e doo or. Home for vacation. Properties transferred to U.S. Navy, August 24, 1954 Cost of goodsa sold and other irec xpe se ........n 37,412,81
erhardt. I don't remember the "Ten ad isn't mu to pay for .(tentative valuation) ................ ....... 67,57 45,822,439 Net operating income, sales of a"ppang svic,.. 2073,034
Itreet number, but jt wouldn't your life, is it he a d BY the time he had climbed Net direct investment (aa deiihed by Panamai
be hard to find the old ma n. Tim didn't answer. .A the stone steps to the heavy oak Canil Company Act, as amended) (Tentative) $368,004,765 TOTAL NET OPERATING INCOME'........ ......... $ 25,39,452
There shouldn't be too mnny pep- front door, Tim had imagined him- RETAINrD INCOME:
ple by the same name there." TIM ROGERiS started working self into expecting a shambles- Balance at June 30, 1954 ............... ....... $ 85,032,832 General Corporate Expense
Dan grinned at Ben. "You stay himself loose right ite Ben with Clair lying in her own blood Net Income for year ended June i, 1955 .......... 581,134 Net cost of Canal Zone Govrnmemt .............. $ 9,77971
th him," he said. "You and I'll Traskis left. Tim had big ong on the living room floor, Fritz Adjustments to prior years' stated net income: Interest payable to U.S. Trea4ury itentatie) ....... 9,043,766
Sfind her hands wrists. Hism le massacred in his bed and little Sundry other Ineomu and credit", net ............ (9,534* Administrative and other general expenses ......... 5,955,281 24,778,318
SA"You don't want me to go a- were supple and within an Ir Sharon smothered in the den. In- Balance at June 30, 1955 ........ ... $ 043
v fhe had worked his bonds I stead he had barely rung when, Less emergency fund held by U.6. Treasury, available -NET INCOME, AS TENTATIVELY STATED (Note).... $ 581,134
"'You've never been in favor of Then he went into another n the door opened, and Clair stood on loan bals wtlout nteret............. 10,000,00 Exclusive of depreciattoon service anra
this deal from the start, s a d were he found Ma Allison a before him, looking at him out of Held by Pans3n Canal Company :....... 75,604,432 facilities amounting to $2,552.077 which is nelu-
e, tnd ta e t c pu unThed man thanked him pair of astonished brown eyes. TOTAL EQUITY, JUNE 30, 1955...... .................$43,600,197 ed the costs of the ae4vities served.
re, and take caie of this punk."w The old man thenkedehim- a \,'Tim!" She grabbed his -arms .'
Ti felt his flesh crawl. they tried the phone. It was' n kissed him. The accompanying "Notes Pertaining to the Financial Statements" The.accompanying "Notes Prtainin to the Financial tatement
"Sure," he said. working, "We'll walk to Beaver' Iare an IntegralI part of this Statement are integral of statement
.Dan and Lou, the two older Falls," said Mac. "It isn't far." he looked nto her large
4n' he looked into her large
brodn, eyes, over her tall, lit 1he
figu~T.The years had made her Notes pertainIar to Financial Statements for 3. Defense and Idle Plant. Defense facilities and in- mn n under uncompleted contracts and unfilled pus-
more i butiful. He smiled. Year Ended June 30, 19U5 compleCe and excess plant held by the panama Canal chme o*aters which are expected to result in plant
PRICES: .75 and .40 -It'sAso good to see a friend of agency were transferred t-. the company as of July 1, type exenditures amounted to $3 million. Uncomplet.
TAl's," a said. A1. ValuaIon of Fixed Assets. Fixed assets are stated 1951. The principal items in this classification relate edw su y service and rental contracts amounted to
Ln TODAY elt sudden urge t cost to the Company or, it acquired from another to the partial construction of a third set of locks. $4 onAclass suit was fied in September 1955 a-
1:00-2 :4-44 40-4 00 n m take this lovely womasudden urge hisovernment agency, at the original acqUisition coat to whi:h Irojet was abandoned in the early part of aina te Panama Canal Company by a group of
arms, but lovtead he stood awk n hs uch other ageny. Depreciation allowances are ac- World War II, and the special protective devices erect- United itate shir. operators claiming recovery of $27
arms, but ead he s tood awk- orued on a stralgnt-line and group bWals. The basis, ed at tn time. Purusant to the provisions of the Pan- million ir alleged excessive tol payments during
wardly on t doorstep. for net valuation uf assets transferred to the Corn- amA Canal Company Act, as amended, these proper- period July 1951 t June 3. N .The sult alo would
S"You din't ve t me pany from the PanamA Canal agency. #s prescribed by ties weie transferloa to the Company at no net value 'apnly to upcomnted amounts pa'd for tolls subse-
"You didn'thave to follow me section 240 of title 2 of the Canal Zone Code, as a- by estabilsbment of reserves equaling 100 per cent of quent to June 3 195.!
all the way to' k\Cleveland," she mended, Mvolvea consideration of the, original costs, cost. In prior years, and to a limited extent during 5. Equity ef United St t. qut
said. "Didn't Ma give you my probable ea ring Dower and other factors affecting the current year, certain of the facilities acquired or of te i te ny a ted in
message?" \seful vah.e to the Company. The valuation so de- construcld as part of the third locks and special de- accordace wth the method by section 24
MShe took Tim's a id led him t. ermiledC fpr such isttso subject to the approval of tense Diojects have been utilized in operations often title I of the Canal Zohe s. amended (see
Into the house. Tim to d him- .he Dtreclur. Bureau. of the Budget. Substantial ad- agency and the Company, Buch properties nave been ab r e mount of the t investment i -
sn int a large. ling f illed justmenis to the vaiuep "of the transferred and other reclassified as part of the properties Ia un e and their sub.et to further revi.lor -. a s Ult of penans ap-
filed fixed aacete included in tle accompanying balance values sLated in the appropriate accounts. es to te un ansdts and lea-
-'rand piano, an oetakn f uendt sheet have 1een,aeveloped and applied In acordance 4. Contingent Liabilitles. At June 30, 1955 the Com- i-fative cn.ahes as indie dmin no'e N. ro _e net
grd, faded oil paintings ta an with valuation polletp appr-oved by tlW Bureau of the pany hand outlsnNng a u nial .eatnt .of con- .av..teue .' I~ov b 19 e
agold frames. Fritz hadn't cbs Buddget. The invvotor and revahitlo of fixed assets hatngent and 1ont u a nglabsttis, l .ao t rlefed con drthe ct Mvenat ofnt "qulmtin dcvdlend tothe.rre 54 by
Rtar son* the pla sce. T h is no beom rlete awed amounts t e far reooded accounts, arising principally from monthly relief ben- ln bamount of $10 millah.
ot h'", theplace. have noL been reviewed or apdroveT d bea the Director of efits uayaole to retired allif employes, compensation ttnate.at Whiri the Cmnpn is ruiredt .
.L iO: trL 0,.0h A UiciTAbUurtr SHORT emano t g adjustments payments rue emnloyes and their dependents under I 0t to the Tr ry or the net dreq to pay
,L ""." ---"----- H- "I saw Mac," he said. He didn't fixed asset howevt, are not expected to e sub the pr'ovisnns of the Federal Employes' Compensation is at led annuaIy by the SEcret ohe Tren-
O- PENS WED NES AY! know quite how to tell her the mtal in relation to the total valuation unless pend- Act. suits and .clilms DenUing against the Comnpany, aury. rates for" each fiscal Ytrmubseruent to the
-- ENS WEDNE DAY. news p:ojubals for legislaUive changes re enacted. ,'incnr.iieted s ply. etces; rental, and construction reqremaent have been: 1953, 1.2 .r een5t, the-
"You and Al's other friends .Inventories. Inventories. of materials, supplies, contract, sad u'illed ufrhe orders. .Negotiable .t: 1 5, t 2.342 per cent; 1 .085;2. percent ; 15,
have done wonderfully;" lair equi incnt parts and nmerchandlse for resale are valu- U.S. Government securities, lace value $300,000 were i.giper cent. per et' 19,
said. "Al would be so proud." ed gete'aly at average cost landed at the Isthmus deposited cduriJng FY 1955ov customers in lieu of cash
TIy PAGAN BA Y IN THE CITY OF SNg less a Aliowanee of $433,078 representing the cost of deposits which w, *e formerly maintained to guaran- The so-cllcd emhtrgency fund o I10 million held
PAGU BAUTAO "He'd be proud of you too," certain\ obsolete istedtals and aupnles acquired by tee payaae..t of tols and other charges. In June 1955 the U. Treasury since June 30, f orthe aco
M-G-M'u Mighty Love Daa i said Tim. He thought of Lorna, of ansfer irom the Paaa-iA Canal agency. materials monthlv reli-f benefits to retired alien employes were of the coioation and show hi statmentiia scco
MGM Mighty Love Drama Billy and the wasted years. "Run- and supp es Inclnrfe substantial but undetermined a- at an -anti'fl rate of $2 million which, according to a as an aMet he I.s c.rporatlona 1 been recls e ,0
la ning the school, raising money mounts of boolete and excess spuae equipment parts recent actuarial survey, will Increase for the next few June M, if56 Sa a didu retained Income.
Switch concerts and raising Sharon. and maeteri in long supply .whnia lsy not be -used years owing to the expected excess of accessIons to the JPublic Law 08. anlroveid Ju W3Whlh --.riu
MC I there were only more I could within toe i t snrsa tfiLc years at durret levels of relief over deaths andt other withdrawals. The the estaoilahment of the rund the r ise-,n -
S do to-to make it up for Al's death. operation. mats of the amount of the potential max.mz .Bbllty which ay result from outstand- predecessor. restrl.ts the eorpora "i u.'e ons
as COLOR! He told her what had hap med los from this ars e currently bsing-eveloped, ing law its estimated to be $1.7 mUillion. oommit- non-lnterest bearing laaa for Mdt-d r a
TP iYV eM S. at the academy. Just as he osh- -----etetl-oern---a--i-adte- .ann
am ;' T i I ed, the telephone rang and Clair lice aBd ther 21 "e aalI a
to Produce answered it. Her face was serious here." l
T'muiadk& in ceail as she turned to Tim after she
fhat finished talking. She poUred hI bll b 7SNadY
"It was the police," she said. a
"An officer is coming here." She #% "Twer w -A. ae the
P R O D IGAL looked at Tim. "-bw did the cheek ftraiffl ," IIt as"
LANA TU EREIDMUND PURDOM / look for me? Did you telln te?" Y Neow i be .
LOUIS IC RAL TinL looked away. "I gave them lIakIs" *
LOUyCALour grandfather's name and ad- and so *
MOIWALTON-MMSNMTCHELL 'dress. They forced me to," he mlnf afr ta. .
MLD. WAUi O i said. lies" .. -r
AFTER a while shesaid, "I But ue nr Iii rt 4. pl^e 1. t h and 1. country
M W illN" OC M noticed a police car driving bytlft '* : ..... -" ..
.s s several times, but I didwt know Wf ty -.-aal i '" 1 .
it was to protect me." ..v.
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