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Top Talent Droned
By Nasser For UN
Defcafe On Suez;
CAIRO. Sept- 29 (UP) Pres Pres-Jdent
Jdent Pres-Jdent Gamal Abdel Nasser's de decision
cision decision to send his top political
i ti Ha J IkTnf.nmtl ill.-.
' eioe io u-c uuucu nowunu
derlines his determination to re resist
sist resist Anglo-French attempts ,w
International the Sues canal,
informed sources said today.
Nasser has drafted his top
talent-polltlcal aldeAly Sabrl,
Foreign Minister Mahmoud Faw Faw-zi
zi Faw-zi and a group or top ranking
. foreign ministry officials for
the security council showdown
In the debate they will attempt
to topple Aglo-French at-
.' tempts to secure the Councils
support for Internationalization
Of the canal.
informed'- sources predicted
that the security council debate
' beginning Oct. 5- will be one of
the most heated discussions ever
seen at the council's meeting
! Fawzl ani Sabrl are expected,
to leave for New, ..or muj
for consultations with members
ti wrfiirttv council and tne
UN. General-.Assembly before
the start of the debate.-Govern-
mertf circles said Egypi s po;y
in tUie aeDaie touiu a t""'"
1 To attempt to crush An-fi.i-Frenrh
attempt to lnter lnter-,
, lnter-, 1 r... e the- canal on the
. ; hat they are a viola-,
. vpt's internal sov-
Yet On Suez
LONDON. Sent. 29 (UP) The
British Foreign Office said today
it had received no refusals so lar
from the 17 other nations invit
ed to a founding; meeting oi tne
Suez Cabal users association
here Monday, v -,.
A SDOkesman said replies were
comlne in steadily, but ne oe
dined to say from which; coun
Britain, France, the United
States, Turkey, West Germa Germany,
ny, Germany, Australia, New Zealand,
Sweden. Norway and Denmark
are known to have accepted.
Apparently replies still were
outstanding from Ethiopia, Iran,
Italy, japan, The Netherlands,
Pakistan, Portugal and Spain.
The Monday meeting, pre
viewed as the opening of "high "highly,;
ly,; "highly,; technical talks,; is expected
to establish the users association
formally. It was proposed as an
Interim, measure pending a final
sol'-.Mon to t F,,pz ca.'al f-"--
2 i ft. f t..e security
..inn i t ilemnation of
v. st n ecor ic pressure on
1 yft on the j, rounds that it
is a threat to vorld peace.
' s the F-yptini delegation
mi arAd t,n leave for the United
K ona foi r more American pi pi-luts
luts pi-luts erriveJ to handlr .'hips on
tie canal, raising the number of
Americans now wonting uieie
to nine. One of them. Raphael
ironnpriw m New York. N.Y.. told
United Press staff correspondent
Minas Orlogldes on arrival
"hnnprt to learn a lot" from the
Egyptian pilots now. working on
the canau 1 ;
C To lc:.:n;
, MOSCOW', Sept. .29 (UP)
Pussia announced today it
would send its renowned Bolshoi
ballet to Britain despite the fact
one of its women athletes Kill
fres court action In London on.
The Ministry of Culture Issued
. a statement saying it was satis satisfied
fied satisfied with British assurances
that members of the ballet would
be treated DroDerly. It aaid the
ballet would leav for London
"in a few days."
The government newspaper
"Izvestia" a few days ago pub
. lfched a letter from ballet
members questioning whether
they would be safe in London
in view of the arrest last
month of Soviet woman dis discus
cus discus thrower Nina ponomareva.
She was charged with shop shoplifting
lifting shoplifting five 90-cent hats but has
not appeared in court tor trial.
The Soviet regarded the charge
The British government told
the Soviet government Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday it could not quash the
charges against Mrs. ponomare ponomareva
va ponomareva because British courts are in independent
dependent independent of the government.
The note said the woman would
have to appear in court to an answer
swer answer the charges.
The Ministry of Culture state statement
ment statement said that letters to Mos
coy frr n Brltr.h organizations,
members of Parliament and
public figures persuaded Russia
lo scud the ballet to London In
the iatfrest of developing closer
cultural ties between the ;two
cour"; !-'s. -' .-
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SOMOZA'S .DAUGHTER, breaks down after first viewing her father's coffin. Mrs. Guillermo
Sevllla Sacasa Is belnn assisted by a Nlcarag uan.
Panama Canal Pay Adjustments
For "In-Service Employes Ready
For SI aih Wesidknfc
En' .h I
nt .y '. '.-.1
.1 '.-.1 pre.'.uie at the
and Ui"n fly to
r ithe op' ning of
Cornell -debate1 on Suez. The
. Pay ; adjustments payable 'to
In-service employes paid under
the Federal Employes Pay Act
of 1945, as amended for the pe period
riod period Nov. T, 1954 to June 30, 1958.
have been calculated by the
Panama Canal Payroll Branch
and will be included with regu regular
lar regular pay in pay ciwcus oenvered
":t week. rt to ci p"-
emti i i fonit . r.
iiie retro? cuvt- djustinents
have been auinor on the ba basis
sis basis of the Compi r General's
Decision B-127694 sated July 6,
1S56. For employ whose basic
pav includes tne -sa per cent
rates and statutory limitations
shall be established on basic
rates on the Isthmus, Including
the 25 per cent differentia. In Increased,
creased, Increased, rates were set up -and
paid on payrolls effective July 1,
a a is
London conference will continue differential? this 'decision pro'
on the ambassadorial level. lyided that-the overtime hourly
Fcr T(::ir Tcfc2-,cscd, Fri:::ds
6rc:l$ I!. :arel
i tt t ...ll ill, ..1 .1 1 1
I the Caaal c. mpan,. r a s v-
ernment, without the x 'cs., v
for individual claims to ve si. j j-mltted
mltted j-mltted by employes, ': ;
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The Payroll Branch has for
warded a listing showing the to
tal adjustments for Individual
employes to each organization,
for the information of manage management
ment management and the individual 1 em employes
ployes employes of each organization. It
Is requested that Inquiries to the
Payroll Branch relative to these
LONDON. Sent. 29 (UP) The
biggest newspaper in Britain to today
day today criticized Queen Elizabeth
and princess Margaret ior tneir
tof fee nosed" friends In the
The ; Socialist Dally' Mirror,
which has been hammering ,t
the social activities of the roval
family for three days, used four
and a half full pages of lt
strictly rationed newsprint to
chide the Queen and her sister
for not bringing "democratic,
modern" persons, into their sel
The palace would 'ssue omy
a sedate "no comment" to the
eharrei In the naoer.
: Only the Duke of Edinburgh
won praise from the Mirror; It
said he has the opportunity to
weed out the coterie around his
wife and sister-in-law.
But when, the Mirror asked,
"Will the Duke have the courage
to send the old gang packing
and bring new life into the roy royal
al royal circle?
It charred that the Queen is
surrounded by an "aristocratic,
insular. . tof f ee-noscdT group.
Princess Margaret ;"shows an
astonishing lack of variety in
her selection" of beaus. it said.
PORT LOUIS, MmrlUus, Sept
29 (UP) Prince? s Margaret of
Britain arrived to; ly aboard the
royal yacht Brit- ma and was
greeted with a 21 an salute.
Some 10,000 per ns crammed
every vanatge poi s in this tiny
island harbor to elcome the
princess. Margaret is on tour of
East Africa. Her previous stop
was at Mombasa, :ienya., .
adjustments be ; limited to the
extent possible, and that excep exceptions
tions exceptions to amounts paid be made
to the Payroll Branch only in
writing, - J
Amounts due ex-employes for
services renflfrerl rinTlr"' thp ne ne-nod
nod ne-nod Nov. 7, li.4 to June 30. 1 1.
r.-! y not bf -paid x-:, on i ....
jomif'-.i n of indir'idi.1 cl..u
oy the ex-employes', j
The processing of the addi additional
tional additional payments Involved trac tracing
ing tracing pay records and setting up
Individual adjustments for the
vear-and-8-month period. Em
ployes of the Payroll Branch put
forth a Special effort and work worked
ed worked many hours of overtime to
absorb the great amount of ex extra
tra extra work and get the payments
to employes with as little, delay
as possible,. -. :
The body of assassinated Nicaraguan President Anastasio Somoza ar
in state last night in the Sacred Heari chapel, Ancon. ,
7his i morning it will be flown from AJbrooljt Held to Managua, :
j After o mass beginning at the chape) at 8:30 aim., tTie Wy will bt taken )
Albrook guarded, by the same motorized escort-as yesterday flternoon brought1
it from Gorgas hospital down to the chapeL .. .
- The court route to the chaoeT wnr linpil wttd Uc.nJ.
. Members of the official Micaraguan party, presumably including Sefloro Sal.
AirForce wJ10 W 'accompany e body t0. Manama aboard a United State
; Last night, two Nicaraguan officer from the VS Army and Air Force tatlrt A.
mencan. school on the Isthmus guarded the coffin of the assassinated president.
iThf .moWized escort which brought the bod tnihi H.n.i J-j ;..t.i.u.
will accompany it to Albrook this morning, comprise., three Jeep', with three men?
and two jeeps with the colors. - , (".,-
A Joint honor guard' of the US
armed forces 'will, await the
cortege at Albrook.
US Gov'i-Wanfs to Re-Cfkd
Witness Who Helped Jail 5
came ashore Pf)i made a ba baton
ton baton charge to pi i. back the
crowds straining lor a glimpse
at Her,. For a rn ient n
peared there n
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! v a
t. v r
but the tensiot;
nauive troops v
cers, took up po
Sketch in Londc,
t; be trouble,
sed when a
. British of fl fl-ns
ns fl-ns along the
friends are democratic since out
of 50 of them, 31 are peers or
the next of kin to peers.
"Let the royal family ignore
the genteel coughs and lorgnette
waving and bring some new
blood Into the royal circle," the
Mirror said. ;
Is Vcij fin Ac:ril
WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 UP
The .National Advisory Com Committee
mittee Committee for Aeronautics today
presented its distinguished serv service
ice service medal to Richard T. Whit Whit-comb
comb Whit-comb for developing the Mari
lyn Monroe shaped air plane,
V.hitcorh. an aeronautical
wwrrh s. :rntist of the f'ACA
Lan y s, "(.nautical la:;..'i atory.
('"Vi : t'-e area rule concept
: r i r the ?; cf su-
.; t aft witnewt 'in-
covered Up K. Shr
Townsend. Tine1 r
that Townsend's i.
is on the rc
is name is
e of the princess'
WASHINGTON. Sept. 29 (UP)
The Justice Department today
questioned the truthfulness of
one of its own witnesses who tes
tified against five Pennsylvania
ans convicted of. engaging in a
Communist conspiracy to over overthrow
throw overthrow the government.
The department asked the Su
preme Court for a hearing aim aimed
ed aimed at determining whether the
witness. Joseph D. Mazzel, told
the truth at the Pittsburgh trial.
In a similar case, turnabout
witness Harvey Matusow was
sentenced to five yean, in pris prison
on prison la New York today for per perjury.
jury. perjury. -i s. t.
Mazzel testified for the" gov
ernment in the' 1953 trial of
Steve Nelson and four other al
leged Communists William AI AI-bertson,
bertson, AI-bertson, Benjamin Lowell Car
eathera, James HuLse Dolsen and
Irving Welsmann. Mazzel for formerly
merly formerly was an FBI undercover
The aDpealof the five -from
their five-year prison sentences
(The Sketch said Townsend
refused to take the sign down so
"a posse of local government of
ficials" covered it wtlh brown
Group dapt. petef Townsend,
who wooed and lost Princess
Margaret, left Brussels last nlglvt
for a vacation before beginning
a round-the-world, lour by au
tomoblle). ; .?.. '. i
MOSCOW, Sept. 29 (
sla today decreed, an amnesty
ior Red soiaierj efmvioted of sur
rendering tn the enemy in
World War II. :
The an.nesty, s'sned by the
Tv i cf the f -ireme so-
-rrr!' i t, c .rnrf";, tl." i tored con con-miU'vM.,1
miU'vM.,1 con-miU'vM.,1 soicUfrs to their civil
for the week of Oct. 8. yV'
Hotcecer, lh ustlc'6epa.rt ustlc'6epa.rt-ment
ment ustlc'6epa.rt-ment asked the hUfll court to
send the case bnek to the Fed
eral District ourt in Pitts Pitts-burgh
burgh Pitts-burgh to determine "whether,
,or not MtLizei's testimony at
the trim was credible,"
It said the government stul
believes Mazzei's testimony -was
rentlrely truthful and credible.'
But It said Mazzel has siitfe giv
en testimony In other .orooeed
ings which the government now
has "serious reasonto doubt.
The Justice Department's
motion was flld bv Solicitor
General J. Lee Rankin and As
sistant Attorney General Wil
liam F. Tompkins. v ; J: j
' .' '
Thrj told the justices that
li'r-aei't recent testimony led
i turn "to svi;:.t that the is
sue of his truthfulness at t he
Pittsburgh trial be determined
by the district court after a
hearing. They said Mattel
served as a government inform
mant from 1943 uniU March,
26, 1953. :
According to the Justice De
partment Jazzel gave testlmo testlmo-nv
nv testlmo-nv At the Pittsburgh trial di directly
rectly directly involving Careathers and
Dolsen. Before he was called as
a witness,, it said, his proposed
testimony -was checked and coryf
roborated as far as possible.
"Not one item of Mazzel'4es-
timony was contradicted 4t the
trial," Rankin and Tompkins
told the Supreme Court.
But they saidtlley wanted a
test of his truthfulness as a.
result of later incidents in
volving Maszei, including: A
His testimony on June 18. 1453.
before.the Senate Permanem In
vestigations subcommittee. Maz-
zeirsald a Louis Borv told him
; A 21-gun salute" will be tired
for the chief of state who died
yesterday ; morning of multiple
gunshot wounds inflicted by an
assassin In Leon, "Managua,
week earlier. ,,-
Ac al, ent cf the i"ana a
National Gu:.rd Is also expected
to parade at Albrook. :
In addition to members pf the
official Nicaraguan party, :the
body will be escorted to MahaJ
gua by a party headed by MaJ.
Gen. Lewis T. Heath, chief of
staff,- Caribbean, Command, and
comprising': an ', enlisted njed
from each of -the four- services.
These men will be;V
Army: i MSgt. Oarvlss
Gardner 2Qth Infantry
, Navy: PNlc Gene K. Osbume,
15th Nava District Headquar
ters; ? ,f L ;
; Marine Corps: Cpu -5 Charles
Elrick, Marliie detachment, Rod
Uri Fortej MSgt. John
NlCARAslAN PALLBEARERS carry their chief s flag-draped
coffiiUbut -'of Gorgas Morgue while Max W. Flnley helps at
the-liead pt the coffin,
i. ZnJZVMXr ta.Uw Bortz nad beei'selected by
L-Il.? Communist party to do a Job
in the liquidatiah of Sen, Joseph
His identification of a govern
ment official as a long-time ac
tive Communist during a secret
proceeding In November, 1953.
The offlclaliwas not named. X
ffis testimony before the Sen Senate
ate Senate Internal Security subcom
mittee in June, 1955, 'regarding
possible Communist' Influences
motivating attempts to discred
It" Justice Michael Musmanno
of the Pennsylvania Supreme
Court. : '- ....
His testimony last Jul 2 In
disbarment' proceedings against
a Leo Sheiner in federal court
at Miami. ; .. ,:
Nelson and the four other
convicted at Pittsburgh are free
nn bail pending their appeal to
the .Supreme Court
THE GRIEVING' WIDOW ; (left) and ; her" daughter Mrs. Guillermo Sevilla Sacasa (front
row) are calm during services attended by Panama's outgoing Prssident-Rlcardo E. Arm
(ront row, center), Panama's President-elect Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. whose inaugurati
wUl be held tomorrow and his wife look" on from the front row. Panama's Minister of Gov Government
ernment Government and Justice. AHandro Remon, Foreign Minister Alberto Boyd and other members
of the Arias cabinet are 'seated in -the second row. Two wreaths of flowers, one from t. -Diplomatic
Corps ilank the Ilag.-draped coffia.Jn the Eacred Heart ChapeL at Ancoa,
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OAFS, NINCOMPOOPS AND SIMPLETONS, I was
in "Rolando's Hideaway- the other day, pottering wiih.a
portion of potable poiion, and not tahung the sdightest
oit of notice of the calumnies you cravens were heaping
von me fof the. non-appearance of this paragon of pros
a couple of times lateiy ;
I suppose you thought I was drunk and disorderly
in some Dar in Managua, didn't you, you low-minded rilf
raff. Well you're wrong, you see. It wasn't a bar at all, it
was a restaurant v :,,::. :-r,:.; -;
I quit thinking about the entlra malicious bunch of
you, and thought instead of my gladness that the United
jtfations,J.g., nas managed to get itself into operation
down there just across Horn the fivoli. The more observ observant
ant observant of you may have noticed the new legislative palact
Park8''y0Ur recent evening. strolls through De Lesseps
' What 'made me so glad about the compietion of the
buildings was that passengers riding in Red's Xantiita
uaic iu anore uie uacs seat wiia greas
rocks, sacks of cement and piles of squalid clay which
Red has beep hauling to ana from the site, by way of
boosting his tonmile utilization rate ; -immortality
in stone., v
These were things I was wondering aboutand also
how-it is that the best hotel in Managua doesn't seem to
have changed its dreary breakfast menu since one of
Caxton's apprentices -first prised it off the press. i
And why I was wondering about this depressing be beginning
ginning beginning to any new day, I was feeling more than giavef ui
lorlhe Albrook crew which had made it posible to get to
Managua so soon after the owner of, the establishment
Was Shot. : -: '-rw..,: ;;. ,,,:. v. .. .;
" This crew comprised Capt. William V. Hughes, and
Capt Edward L. Pierson, as pilots, SSgt. Anthony Bet Bet-terelll
terelll Bet-terelll as Engineer and SSgt. Edward Guilliams as ra radioman,'
dioman,' radioman,' and these splendid aeronauts with their C-47
got me from Panama to Managua without once stehtinz
Jamaica, which proves what navigators can do when they
i-on wuucjiwti ui uuueung ine on nugnes crew was.
Caribbean Air Command public i-iformation officer Lt,
v.ui. vuny Aioore. iseiween tnem, these excellent fellows
saw to it that I got to Managua just as soon as possible
after the recent violence, and I am grateful indeed.;
7 It is always a preferable joy to get on a plane and
go somewhere than to read of assassmationiand tht! like
in the cozy privacy; of-the Diablo- Clubhouse.; :
t- It is true that the episode which, took me to Mana Managua
gua Managua has recently had a fatal ending. This however, is not
.what I'm trying to write about. -,
.- -It iS alSO tni. thllt t.hn fiatlirrf n1strai'ln fVia ,-rAA
lacked -some of those Davy Crockett characteristics
which cause that worthy and dauntless frontiersman to
be so sound an example to the young. The land our ex-
lire, I'm not trying to writr about that, either.;. T jj
oui. inese. coiunaeratirm!.. wnifh et.ifiripre man
disadvantages, were minor compared to the major act of
humanity performed by PresidentEisenhower when he
ordered United States doctors including Maj. C. n. I con con-,
, con-, ard C. Eest who since the Ileitis affair mv.ovr i ac ac-tlcnlly
tlcnlly ac-tlcnlly to.i: 's j-r.r.onal surgeon to the hot
Nicaragua i Anastasio'Sdmoza.. -v1
TTMV. m- w 4- i- 1 J 1 1 y. i r .
.vjni viutgaa wiv .cam neaueu oy canai ions
.Health Director. Col, Charles O. Brace. In the. week thst
followed, Bxuce went two nights without sleep;ori other
nights netted enough sleep to rest a sedentarv sei"ull.
' From such vantage points as I could attaini sucli as
the corridors of the Managua general hospital, it could
be clearly; observed-that the Gorsas teanw-Bruce, Maj.
. Ernest Hartmann, Dr. Bemarti' WillettrDr.JRoeeUo Arr
. semena, Jelf ga.vfcgeatt, -Dr. Maurice B. Winstead, LoUise
1 V-ii a ti a a . a. .
i-ear ana j.Lnei. v. Kwiit una tn wi t.r t?pph tpam.
Heaton. Lt. Col. John C. Forcee and Mai. ;Arthu. Cnhen
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unquestioning-care that was uppermost in Ike's mind
when, he sent them. '.
, As a way of promoting goodwill, four .38 slugs in
and-about the body rates low. The recipient tends to wax
critical of the bestower. ;
' But in an oblique way, the four .38 slugs whfch kill killed
ed killed Tacho did a whole lot for Inter-American relations.
Heayily conditional bank loans from the US, however
well intentioned, still place the receiving country in the
debt of the U.S. And no one is ever much buddy-buddy
with the money lender. So these great hunks of cash out
of US taxpayers pockets, (often redistributed into f a r
fewer hands than they left) aren't always the smash
emotional hit their promoters would like to think.
But everyone is friendly to the guy who offers a
selfless helping hand when such a hand is really needed.
.. That's what Eisenhower did publicly to Tacho Somo Somo-wu
wu Somo-wu No amount of. consideration of the wide difference be between
tween between the democratic norms the United States preaches
and Nicaragua practices will alter the man-to-man ap appeal
peal appeal of Ike's gesture,
. Nor will interesting comparisons between the number
of, bullets Tacho dished out along the way, and those he'
The fact that the gesture did not work out so well
as hoped subtract none, of the abiding worth from Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's offer.
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week is called
from the erim fact that at 8 this mornine after who
knows how little sleep I will be supposed to have scram scram-ble'd
ble'd scram-ble'd aboard Panama flight 502 for Managua.
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03 NevtiS.wls (Are Tuning Up To Vie
For Bvay s Sianding Room Only Trade
" By DICK KLEINEr V -' :
NEW YORK (NEA)r The' legitimate -.theaters" ate polish polish-'ing
'ing polish-'ing their "SRO'' signs, testing their, footlights and dusting. their
ushers. They figure this will be a buss,, exciting and nvmo-
table theater season. v- '.'","
' : And there's good reascfn lor Irietr'hlgn hopes:-Sixty-three
productions art almost certain. Do trySorihe diamond-studded
4...inmB T5Vn1 VtorMI hft mnrA ... .. .',"--
Among the stars New Yorkers
pill see will be such established
names as Luther Adler, Robert
" Alda, Barbara Bel Geddes, Claire
Bloom, Jack Carson, Wendell Co-j
rey, Linda Darnell,--Paul Douglas,
Faye Emerson;. Maurice Evans,
Geraldine Fittgerald, Ax 1 e a e
Francis Judy Garland, Signe Has Has-soy
soy Has-soy Judy, Holliday, Miriam Ho p p-kins,
kins, p-kins, Glynis Johns, Arthur Uenne-
rtv Jimme Komack: Bert 1. a hrv
Fernando Lamas, Charles-: taugjhj
ton, Anna Magnani, reonc
J larch, Burgess Meredith, Ethel
ferman, .Elliot Nugent, Walter
Pidgeon,- Edmund Purdom,' Mr
chaet Kedgrave, Cyril ; Richard,
Rosalind Russell Sylvia Sidney.
Cnmnlia Oti Skinner; Waller Sle-
iak, Barry Sullivan, Nancy'. .Wal
ter, David Wyne ana: oneuy; wio wio-:
: wio-: ters. ;;iv:y;K; .'V.'-'Vf ':r'.'
This is quitt, collection. But, as.
usually happens on Broadway,
.some of the plumiest of the plums
have fallen to unknowns 7. And
' there-may be new stars when
v four, in particular, make their
The lead in the big Johnny Mer
cer-Gene DePaul musical "Lt I A6
big parts ta Utr Sight, iilays. One
Diana Van Der Vus. -will play op
posite Walter Pidgeon in 'T h e
Happiest Millionare." The other,
Pippa Scott,1 will co-star with Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Purdom in "Child of F r
Besides ton actors, most of the
top playwright are represented
this season. Some of the most' ex-
Citing projects- are these:
fTha .Bills Ara Rinfllha," a mu
sical starring-- Judy .Holliday, was
written by her old companions in
the niaht club aefc'The Revuers,"
Adolph? Green "and Betty Comden
in collaboration .wiurwe. veteran
smnsrwriter JuleStyne, V 's.1
.."Candide". ant ambitious, y Iong-
In-thc-works adaptation of tne voi
taire -Vlassie bjN Lillian Hellman,
With .music. bp the lamed compos compos-eiscouductor
eiscouductor compos-eiscouductor Leonard Bernstein.
'.: f'Happy -Hunting'.' finds the suc successful!
cessful! successful! comedy writing team -of
Howard 'Lindsay and Russell
Crowe collaborating- with some some-writpm
writpm some-writpm Matt Dubev and Harold
Karr on a musical for Ethel Mer
man and Fernando Lamas, r
'' "Auntie Mame? is a theater ver version
sion version of the selling bobfcby
tier p has gone to a boy ;namec?Patrick Dennis. Jefome Lawrence
Fitzacrald'k authored by" Joseph
Kramm, creator of "The Shrike."
"Girls of Summer wnicn win
star Shelley Wintess, is wntien oy s
the very successful TV writer, A. H i t
Richard Nash. ,
"Long Day's J oat at I. Into
Night" is the first America:, pro
duction of Eugene uneurs. 1111
play. Frednc March and bis wue,
Florence Eldredge, will star in the
story, that is supposedly cased on
O'Neill's own life. Another O'Neill
play never before seen, inNew
York "A Moon-for the Misbegot
ten," will also be seen. -t-
"Night of the Auk'" is written
by Arch Oboler, famous for his
dramatic creations for r a d 1 o
Christopher Plummer'Will star.-
"Orpheus Descending" is- a- Ten-4
imessee Williams, play, with Oscar
winning Anna Magnam imported
from Italy for the leading role,
. "Small War in Manhattan' is a
creation of Robert E. Sherwood.
: "Too Late The Phalarope' is a
dapted from Alan Paton'Itae p6-
vti ot boutn Africa rt ule by Koo-
rt Yale Libott Barry Sullivan js
LEWISTON. Idaho (-UP) A
Lewiston couple were frightened
when the swift current of the
Clearwater River sweDt them
half mUe downstream, but whea
iney-reacned snauow water their
troubles had only -begun.
They had entered the water be behind
hind behind their home without their
bathing suits. A friendly witness
to their- plight waded out with
blankets and called police to take
them home. -
PETER PALMER geU his
chance in "L'U Abner" lead.
"Visit' to a Small Planet,?' ttrt
einal'v a memorable TV comedy
1 by Gore ,Vidal, has beer'expand-
Peter Palmer, discovered while in
the Army and appearing, on the
Ed Sullivan TV show. :- Another
break-setter-in the musical field
U fi D. Wallace, siened to play a
top part in the George Abbot-Boh
. .knw "Dau tha Pinpr "1
,based on Eugene OKeiU's "Anna
and Robert .Lee. who wrote "In
herit the Wind." have .done vt h e
script, with "Rosalind Kusseil n
tne uue roie. : -,
Viflh Best House in Naples" is
a new play, by F. Hugh Herbert,
who, wrote "The Moon is iue."
"Biilld With Otie Hand.f star
' Two young girls .- have snared ring Elliot Nugent- and Geraldine
SIGNE HASSO AND MAURICE EVANS teh earse a scene from
"The Apple Cart,"; one of several salutes to G. B. Shaw. ..
' X'tH; i'Jtaiqor siiop :V"v-:;v .v''".
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author. Cyril Ritchard. who was
m the television original, wilt be
oaca as a visitor from space.
In addition, to the usual attrac attractions,
tions, attractions, there Will be aalutin
George Bernard Shaw in honor of
me centennial of hi birth. Sioo Sioo-han
han Sioo-han McKenna is artrwarimr as
"Saint Joan" at the off-Broadway
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auucuu ineaier.- snawa "Major
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uun, orneua'otis Skmner, Glynis
Johns and Eli Wallach. Hls The
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ans Evans and Siene Htn n,r. m
yet be other Shaw productions..
wmie inese are some of the ex expectable
pectable expectable highlights of the '36-'57
season, it may well be that some
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Margarita Civic Council
The regular monthly meeting of
the memben of the Cristobal Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Civic Council will be held
tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock in
the Margarita Service Center,
J. C. .Randall, Chief of t h e
Housing and Grounds Division,
will De present to discuss nousine
The public is cordially invited to
Balboa Woman's Club
Arts And Crafts Group
The Arts and Crafts GrouD of
the Balboa Woman's Club i 1 1
meet each Monday during the
month of October to enable all the
members to work on their handi handicraft
craft handicraft for the coming exhibit. The
meetings will be held at the home
of Mrs. Hughes. House 1520-A. A
kee. Street, Gavilan Area, Please
Heome at f a.m. tomorrow, prepar
ed jo, wore on copper-iooiing Da-
teas, or any oine; project. i;fc
Cristobal' Woman's Club
Will Hold F in Moatinn
Cristobal Woman s Club -will
hold its first meeting otihe year
weaneMay at z pyn;-1 at t h i r
VIUUIUUUIS. -J v
-tj ---- v" w-'ii
irmnnin tw wasnTKinTnNJthnwri euttinir their weddlntr cake are Mr. and Mrs. Theodora
' AboottPeck, Jr. whosd marriage ook place In the national capital reiently Mrs. Peck Is the
former S Mary Mankell Sill, 4aughter of Mr, and Mrs. Frederick Deveber Sill of Balboa
Heights. Hex taband 1 th. mef Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Abbot); Peck of Falls Church, Va.
2M ATTEND GALA FAEEWiXL PARTY GIVEN
AT ALBROOK FOR MISS CECILIA LEAR ;
More than 200 guests attended a farewell party given at
Albrook Officers' Club, Friday for Miss Cecilia Lear of the
Panama Agency, who is retiring after 35 years- service.
: Lnch Azcarraga's mnsle formed a gay background for
'--dancing, a sumptuous buff et was enjoyed and a humorous
skit added a novel note to the affair. : v.
o YHAT-flO BRUNCH TODAY
Ndbut our Balboa Room U open a usual'
55 or the regular lunch fiom 12 noon.'
i TONIGHT: Clarenoe 'Martin' Orchestra
i wifl delight our many guests here for ,t :
i : -the "inauguration Come, join .the" crowdU I
tM -too, for thfrbest In dining ano Ufancing, ?
S:f ; "in thrair-conditioned Bella Vista' Room.
Or you-zmight drop in with the late crowd
o CLUB 4:30' which will be held tonight also
t-:ti. in view otthe holiday tomorrow. 4, u,'
' Midnight to"4:30,a.m. In the Balboa Bar 'i
f J 'with the sophisticated rhythms', of ,the popular
t; CEORCE CODOY TRIO.-. -!
: lot tan ht
A Klrkebjr, Hotr'
Pratidont Of Panama
Will Give Reception
President-elect and Mrs, Ernesto
de la Guardia Jr. have issued in
vitations to a reception which will
be held at 9 p.m. at the Union
Club, Tuesday. The reception will
be in honor ot the visiting mgniia mgniia-ries
ries mgniia-ries who have come here to at attend
tend attend the inauguration from all
parts of the, world.
Marriage Will Unit t
.The engagement has been an
nounced of Miss Marisol da la
Guardia, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Erasmo de la Guardia and
niece of the incoming President of
Panama Ernesto de la Guardia
Jr. to Mr. Sam Stone son of Mr.
Roger Stone and Mrs. Doris
CZ College Clut
Will Givo Toa ,s
The Canal Zone College Club
will honor its new members st a
tea tomorrow at 3:30 p.m., at the
JWB-USO Center, t Boca Road,
Following ; tea,; Mrs. ; John R
i Hammond. Jr.. ill conduct a
short business meeting. v
! The Thufsday Morning S t a d y
i Group will have charge of tne pro
! gram Mrs. William f". Robinson,
chairman, will oresent Mr. Wll
11am J. Sheridan, Public Defender
for the Panama canal company,
who will sneak on vThe Will.
This subject is one of a. series of
Money Management foh Women
which is being studied ,ly the
group. ; . 4 :
(CONTINUED ON PAGE S)
Stag Party s
SACRAMENTO. Calif. (UP)-
The i California -State Fair this
year nad a tor men only class"
in sewing, quilting, crocheting, tat
ting and knitting. In recent years
more and more men have shown
increasing interest In and aptitude
for needlework, turning out en-l
tries oi nign quality," it was ex
BISON FOR SAL!
COLDWATER. Mich. fUPVJ
Ed Butters of Coldwater has buf buffaloes
faloes buffaloes lor .sale, fie wants to get
ria oi nis buffalo herd so he can
devote. full time to his reindeer.
Butters -bought the ancestors
of his present buffalo herd several
years ago from the government
The reindeer are props for his an
nual masquerade as santa Claus
GUEST AT MRS. POTTER'S TEA The beautiful grounds of the Governor's House at Balboa Height attracted; s group of '
guests at the second of a series of "get acquainted" teas given by Mrs. WYE. Potter Wednesday. -. ... x'.
Flat-Crowned Hat; Gets
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Acceptance From 4Aen )
By DICK KLEINER
NEA Staff Corrospondont V
NEA YORK (NEA) It isn
every day that men go for a rad
ical new style. Especially a rad
what happened the less than-
a-year-oid flat-crown hat appears
to be gaining wide acceptance
among hat wearers.
The father of the flat-crown is
Texas manufacturer Harry Rol Rol-nick,
nick, Rol-nick, head of the Resistol hat
firm. And he c r e a-t e d the new
AGEIVOOD Bonded BOURBON
FLIES HIGH IN FIRST
hatr which he calls the "Flatop,"
to satisfy a definite need.
Rolniek.'is aa automobile bug.
He likes cars and driving and,
presumably, even gas pumps.
And he noticed that with each
ical new 'hat style. But thaf'fj new model his- hat would get
I- A 1 1 1 I ., I 1 .J C 1 ...
&uuc&cu on mure- ana more ire ire-quently
quently ire-quently as the automobile de designers
signers designers kept lowering the roof.
So hi iigured that what this
country needs is a lower hat to
go Willi the lower cars. His first
attempts at designing a lower hat
looked unhappy; he had to figure
out a way to make a hat that
was. lower, but didn't look it.
After many months and many
models, he- had .tha Flatop. It it
almost an inch lower than tha
usual fait hat. Rolnick got in and
out. of low cars and his now cre creation
ation creation stayed, right whore it-was
supposed to- stay., Excelsior! . i
Tne public seems to like the
hat, too.)ltr goes, .well with, bus-
ness suits, it has .captivated son
of. the Ivy Lesguers and sports
car. boys, it fits u nicely with the
Park Avenue crowd and the Main
Street men, toa It has a slim
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What is believed to be the first helicopter delivery of whisky
ever made. Teas effected recently by a triple-play between, the
Destlladora Nacional producers of Age wood, the Isthmian's
favorite bourbon, the Bell Aircraft Corporation of Ft. Worth,
Texas, and the El Panama. J. R. Cunningham, General Man Manager
ager Manager of El Panama, received the first case of Age wood from
the hinds of a lovely Destlladora messenger, helicopter-botne
' to the top terrace of EI Panama. The hotel's Peacock Bar can
be seen beyond several local businessme nwho rathered to
watch the unusual home delivery service.
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have proven popular.
And, since there's no crease,
the wearer need not worry about
the crease coming out or bother
nis nead about reshaping it,
Hat stores are stockins un on
the Flatop and the other flat-
crown hats.. And the auto Deoole
can' go ahead and lower the rocf
some more.' -
There's something ew inr men's
watchbands, and it isn't some somebody's
body's somebody's bony wrist. -It's a watch-
band '.with Inserts of marble marble-like
like marble-like material, copies after the
successful cuff links -andY tie-ban
imported from Europev .- ;
Gemex' M o n t e Carlo .bands
have these marbleized .insets in
charcoal, gray or tan, -surrounded
with .gold-filled or stainless steal
metal. ..-:...; :;,,.
Tip for dressing eirpertlyMdonl
merely ? match colors, match tei
hires as well. With a. tweed- of
cheviot .suit, wear rough-grained
shoes; with a -smooth fabric like
sharkskin, wear something like a
calfskin shoe. v
You will ses her in "ART
IST3 AND MODELS" and the
coolest comids of them all,
DEAN MARTIN afld JERRY
LEWIS, are in tlie hottest and
most enviable spot they've
ever been in smack inHhe
middle of acres of gorgeous
models as they crash tne
crazy world of art In their
newest and most spectacular
1 a o g h barragfc 6ARTISTS
AND MODELS," With songs,
dances, lavish production
numbers, and adorned with
feminine pulchritude, in Vis
ta Vision and technicolor, star starring
ring starring also Shirley MacLaine
Dorothy Malone, Eddi Maye-
hnff and others, OPPNS OV
TUESDAY 2nd AT THE
A Superlative llil 0! Rcre Quklily:
THE KI..G AKD I". Taorn-i
Pre-Release Al The CELLAV
Superlatives are Inadequate to describe tho enchant enchantment
ment enchantment of "THE KING AND I" 20th Century Fox's Cinema Cinema-Scope
Scope Cinema-Scope 55 production in DeLnxe color which wlU bo. pre pre-released
released pre-released tomorrow at the BELLA VISTA Theatre. ;
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; Richly panoplied in Oriental splendor, this Rogers and
Hammersteia musical classic completely enraptures the au audience
dience audience proving once again that there is nothing better than
the magic of CinemaSoope .55, and stereophonic sound to
capture the full entertainment impact of picture like
THE KING AND -:Y .i":;.
The story of the Victorian English 'governess, whoi
travelled all the way from London to Slam to brine West Western
ern Western ways to The household of King- Mongkut (151-1888),
has a charm all its own and the warm, romantic score and
the idiomatic lyrics Rodgers and Hammersteln, composed
makes It, truly,.' a. musical masterpiece. 14,;'7.:.-.:Y
Deborah Kerr in the role of "Mrs. Anna'Jjrreated by
the late Gertrude Lawrence on the stage, and xuljBrynner
as the imperious Klng were indeed "happy choicet lor the
title roles. The canport between them Is delightful and the
goings on in. the- palace with the King's wives and large
brood of captivating children gives the picture a common
denominator that all can understand and enjoy. ;
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A JUX ALONE
- Also: -
ruM! or tex
Ressry Altar Seeioty
Install New Officers.
The" Rosary Altar Society of hold a dessert card party at 1
Sacred Heart Chapel in An c o n p.m.Oct. 23. There will be rodivi rodivi-held
held rodivi-held an important business meet-; dual, table prizes and door prizes
ing" on inursoay evening, mui wc khwu,
installation of newly-elected 1 offi-,
eers, President, HeleaBmett; r ft
V-president Joan J L-. C": Kl..3 A N Y ISG8
Secretary, Audrey Xmcaid and ...... a
Treasurer Maria de.la Gurdi.(i ;j A
Ho.t.sseefor the social. Jlliei Ui..J 1021)
n.rrt rr -Molly Edmonson,
Julieta Burda and Catherine FUo.; CHICAGp :UP).: Dr. Ve T
VL.' .h. wMcEnery. professor of pediatrics
The meeUne ws tte.fe .ly ,t Loola University's Stritch
Father Mwhaal C. M. rector, me(Jic J scnool told 15(h Nt.
and. the Mesdames EUiel FieW, ttait NutriUon lnstilute that tjM!
, r ? ,VVrrnni?aWoi T 'Ceci
lia Waldorf, Vivian Haydel tran
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Merely Steering On
EPHRAtA. Wash. (UP)
The following appeared on the meals except water -"
Ephrata police blotter: "Washing-) 3 Your child mav have a glass
ton State' Patrol reports possible; of milk at the end of his meaL
4runk driver between Quincy andj 4. Fruits may be substituted tor
Eohrata." It was followed,, a; vegetables in the diet. -short
time later by: "Investiga- 5. Do not expect your child to
( tion reveals car operated by el-eat three large meals a day.
'i rly gentleman getting used to1
power ateermg. i
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Cristobal Woman's Club
Plant Card Party Far Oct. 23
The Cristobal Woman s Club will
"chilJ who jus won't eat" is that'
how ferf j;im A
"Parent must Bet a c earer
understanding of children's
growth patterns," he urged
The doctor suggested these six
6 Permit no food between
meals except vegetables and
1 Permit; no r food between
. Remember that eating is a
pnvuege, not a duty.
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r IC ti I C ; MUSICAENLA "RANSOM.
in Cinemascope and Color! N'OCHE H
. Also: - Also: na 7
Paul Douglas Ruth Roman EL CABALLESO V,. 1 TARZAN AND
- In ANDALl'Z
JOE MacBETH with Jorgs Mistral HIS MATE
iioi i v rji
w mm mm s- r
by Erskin Johnson
Hniivwnnn fKVW t Ant
stage, Ulfstage and U p s t a g e:
Yoiung Don Hurray, who cucked display nar slick singing and!
as the rodeo rider opposite Man- dancing. Tht first stansa, at
lyn Monro in 'Bus Stop," is least, wit Formula Margie Miss
yearning for heavy dran a, too.1 Fix-it gets into hot water, Mis:
Kts bis ruiiiloid desire is to star Fix-It gets out of hot water. Fans
i Vi life of composer Beethoven.1 who roomed Margie' to sky-high!
But right now it's "Bar Stop" for ratings, '.though, ..should do .the'
Don. Well, anyway, that's what same for Susanna- i
the crew of "The Bachelor Party"!
is calling the film after shooting There's more chance for a va va-seouences
seouences va-seouences in four different .bar riety of locales, occasional guest
sets, Faddy ("Marty") Chayef. stars and the new supporting tal-j
sky's latest film plot is about four ents of hand-fluttering Zazu Pitts I
gents- painting the town red the and Roy Roberts. Alex Gottlieb is!
night before a pal's marriage, and the producer, under the wing of
it's one bar stop after another, jlial Roach, Jr. y V'
It's back to readin' and writin' This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jonas:;
for the Hollywood kiddies, and Frank Lovejoy's 14 year old
every time the fall school bells daughter, Judy, brought a movie-i
ring In Movietown, I chuckle struck youngster home to meet;
about two youngsters talking our
; mg recess.-
x "How de you like your Btwi
daddy? atkod one.'
"Fine." was the reply.
"I thought you would," said
the first lad, "we had him last
, cry for me.
I've come from San Francisco
wid a boneo on mr knee."
- And my hands are raw from
beatin' dat bongo for Gale Morra
Her new TV show, "Oh, Susan
na." was premiered for the na
l turn's sress in San FranclscV
recently, and Gale's the' winner it Film version of the controver controver-yiere.."u,d
yiere.."u,d controver-yiere.."u,d be," Emmy ward ,ial "The Naked and the Dead,"
for TV's most glamorous mamma
to-be. Not to overlook her zippy
Honest," Mrs. Jones, youVe
never seen such fancy and decep deceptive
tive deceptive maternity duds on land, m
tive maternity ouos on lana, m Bpny ,Rubm-, moved up into the
h. air or at sea. Gale. expectinslbig'ie,gu,. Angeles
In November, wss in all three!
places, ... i
There was a navy blue' dress
with a Red Robin hat, red andi
blue shoes for the chartered
American Airliner trio. There
was silver- lame with rhinestone rhinestone-trimmed
trimmed rhinestone-trimmed sleeves'-' snd shoes for
the TV premiere' aboard the SS
President Cleveland. The flagship
of the American president Lines
got Iqto the set because Gale
plays a social directress aboard
a luxury cruise ship In her "new
role. I i
iece of the
m I f
ii'i ,i:n t:tu u...:.
now taritt axcapt for a chance t,route io August, 1926.
her famous pop. After the session!
the kid said, Gee, Judy, bes a
real great guy. Maybe some day
he'll bo another Tab Hunter."
THE WITNET: SmUey JJurnette:
was walking down the street in
Nashville when' little boy
stoDoed to ask him: "Aren't you
SMOKY BRUNET?" ? i; :. :;
NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Anthony
Quinn, back from movie-making
la Europei "It's like getting, back
kite a peessure cooker. Hollywood
-is the ykor capital of the world."
yfrll skip the box office value of
the screen play of which was just
Denis and Terry
stock salesman, 1 specializing mi
mutual funds. Movie, TV and
radio actress Colleen Collins lust
celebrated "by actual court" neri
S.OOOth acting performance in
Hollywood. If you remember tnyl
1944 CBS radio show, "Tonight in
Hollywood," you'll recall Colleen a
Sch:al ol Dancing
WILL START ON .
. .. '.- i" ; -;- -j .. .. yi-.'..- J'. .'
' Monday, October J and
and Wednesday, October 3
vn'' ilr? :t
I New registraticn -will
. - be accepted.
the basic u-roitre$E c::kic kex
Browniosf Oatmaat Cookiett Potnut
Buttor Cookiait Spka Cookies 1 Mk
4 ttorenl AH oy-htt homo-nwd
town Ovr a dtzea rtdoos ee tfce kM
:.; Cn.WnH Oinnr.iM.iMa V ',
i bees awarded an honorary de-l
'gree by the University of Penn Pennsylvania.
sylvania. Pennsylvania. C I
, Dr. Otto Struve, professor of
insirwomy ai me university of
i California, is the recipient of an
honoiary Doctor of Science de-
Dr. Struve was cited for hit re research
search research in astrophysics, especially
m stellar evolution; bis Inspira Inspiration
tion Inspiration of other- scientists and his
contribution as president of the
international Astronomical Union.
OREM, Utah -UP)M. Verne
Thurber, marking his 30th year
as a rural carrier on Route No
2. estimated the loh h. hir.. i.
280.000j miles. Thurber, who
marked his anniversary by work work-in?
in? work-in? as usual, said he hurfn
rlt"":i.dent since M bis
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the tourist facilities of Panama.
It marks the first addition of :
hotel, facilities irr: the cafital
since the opening of the Hotel
El Panama in 1951.
. Hotel Tropicana.is completely
modern .'; in construction and
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conditioned. Each room is
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rived arrived on the Isthmus In 1941
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THE SrXDAT AMERICAN
srxr.iY, srrxrr.izis 25, i:;s
iulanto, Alhajar Head
lorse Field In Mile
iheJStud El Aguila's Opulento and Jose; Main
; Alhajar, who turned in successive mile record-
s .i -i.i i
:ng periormances last ween, wm ciasn neaa-
' 4-1... fnotnmil .1 0(CLnAAnA Ano.mila.onr1-
ci t. lay in the featured $1000-added one-mile-and
arter"Clasico Misiones Especialea a la Trans-
i de Mando Presidenciar at the President Ke-
racetrackfv;;x'' -,;--';: Y 'W-:-'v:::
1st Race 3rd Series line. 6 Ft.
Puna $400.00 Peel Clem 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
K. Flores 110
A. Ycaza 110
- E. Dario 108
JT. Jimenez 107x
H. Ruiz 103
J. Bravo 110
Classic is i (pedal feature and one-half behind Opulento on
r of the visiting foreign(his record breaking jaunt last
.... h .Panarnn nresi- week. ) ; c ;) ,'!
'-lauguration for the 1956- Empire Honey, a close third be- 8-rJai Alai
",.,hsh mill take nlace to-ihind Alhajar-also rates a better
"T V j than fair. chance of taking.. t h 6 4 e w
week Alhaiar stepped major share of the purse -' w y'"" :,a
?M ti uTfi"" Melendez, one of- the' track'. Pur $275.00 -Pe.
7 Joe's Fiddling B. Baeza 105
2nd Race "G" Natives 5 Ps.
Puria $275.00 Peel Cloue 1:15
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Folletlto S. Carvalal 112x
A. Gonzalez 107
F. Hidalgo 109
J. Gongora 118
. B. Aguirre 113
J. Bravo 110
G. Sanchez 113
3 Tap Lady
ut7t niu-i mining uiuft. mull
land battered bis way to three
touchdowns to lead Army to a
32-12 victory over V.MJ. today
in the Cadets' typical "breather
football opening at iun-sweDt
Murtland spearheaded the
Army attack as the Cadet scor scored
ed scored two quick touchdowns, gave
two oack against tneir reserves,
and then put the earn awav
wun inree more scores ana were
content to call it an easy day.
Peel Closes 1 :45
ond off tbe'tracav. mm pesi 1" i.n.,u n h.t ins
nourimuiueis cnoice aiang wiw vpuieo- ; u7 it Z ii
to, Paquiro and .the Blakemere- 7uuf. .. lit
Alhajar ntry. Hurling Park and Wachalln B. Baeza 119
Lucky Tst will b th rank, out- J-A""8ylallt ..r.. Cristian US
side .-.;. X 5 Marcelita B. Aguirre 1W
r PLnnirn A half an
Opulento improved. Alha-
, citrine the track
urn by tutting the track;
tn I'M Paouiro is f'so a
. M I IM 1. -t. J I II. ti' '
. . i i as.i 'i-tia naer mn m i rinfirs wi n liih
scneauiea sianer .- VJiuiWlS 4rt Rac. Nrtiv 7 Fat.
" JoShi W00.00 Peel Clpm 2:20
f ared TO for Opo Sd IB Bravo, Cristltt Bee)., BI ;., WHIBA ; ; -i
Alhaiar 1 Agurirre, Alfredo Vasquez Fer-J--a J Avila 118
xor Ainajar. -fj aW. nMa Ia La Enea B, Aguirre 118
, 1 Tr "ne.r Bi"'r' .iltaSr Carbon 3Nacho F. Sanchez 101s
oney, Lucky Te t? kadir and and Ruben Vasquez wiU be seen rde Sapo A. Vasqun 13
p kmere Toe latter -oe-s in in acuon in this special. h-et, & U6 J92
r'iem'K. Aih9i,r Kadir and Nina other prospective thrillers 6-Mr. Tivoll R. Vasquez-113
tlakemere were only a length are included on the program,
Ganal Zone Weightlifting
Contest Registration Open
If you have never witnessed a
wtigntllfting contest before, this
article may be of interest to you.
li fact, the coming contest to be beheld
held beheld at the Balboa .YMCA.u
atmed Alt the average man. The
contest wUl take place on Mon Monday
day Monday evening, October 22, and Is
open to U.8. mUltary and civll civll-iap
iap civll-iap personnel, y r
' "it la desired to have all liody
v right classes in the 132, 148,
l -5, 185 and 198-pound classes!
d heavyweights, .represented .represented-1
1 .represented-1 ,is event Entrarits are l&ytted
to participate-to setting -local
records for the four featured
lifts: twa arm curl, two nana
prtpine bench cress, deej knee
bend and two"arm dead lift, In
that order.;--" 'i ;
iTo participate in this event no
previous' lifting experience Js re re-uuired.
uuired. re-uuired. Just, your strength. II
you believe you have the inter inter-eit,
eit, inter-eit, enter your name as a con contestant
testant contestant at the Balboa YMCA. An
entry fee of one dollar will -be
charged to cover costs of .awards
nd expenses. -
The lifts to be featured In this
contest re not to be confused
forfoV 5 nconf o 35 ,20
Double in Cinemascope! 'T
Jane Russell In
"The Revolt of Mamie StowerT
Gordon MacRae in' 1
Todo IDEAL .25 .IS
. Wendell Corey in
"BOLD AND THE BRAVE"
"HANSEL AND GBETEL
with the established Olympic
lifts r (military press, snatch,
clean and Jerk) .. which do re require
quire require a certain amount of tech technique
nique technique and practical training.
The Olympic .lifts are not In
cluded in this meet.
The selected Uftts to be per performed
formed performed such as the dead lift,
bench press, curl and squat, de
pend more on natural pnysicai
streneth than on technique or
experience, although some prac practice
tice practice before hand on these lifts
would heln anv contestant The
Balboa Y.M.C.A. Weight Lifting;
room, wnere .quamiea instruc
tion may also be obtained nas
over a thousand pounds In train training
ing training weights for body building
Although th Olympic lifts are
not being featured in this con contest,
test, contest, the accepted rules govern-
lng weightlifting procedure will
be followed. These Include giv giving
ing giving every lifter. In each weight
class three chances to better
each Individual lift made which
he may take in order of rotation
with the other contestants In
his weight division.
A trophy will be awarded to
the best lifter. There will also be
first and second place awards In
each weight division.
The Idea of featuring only the
non-olympic lifts is to encour
age beginners interested in
training with weights to take
up such a rewarding sport in
th form of all around physical
development and fitness.
Entry blanks, for the contest
are now available at the Balboa
and Cristobal Y.M.G.A. offices.
Further information .may be ob obtained
tained obtained there, or from the Balboa
program director, or Instructors
Sciglane or O'Sullivan at the
Sih Rata "r Nativet :i Fat.
Puna $275.00 Peel Closet 2:55
1 Tully Bar R. Cristian 113
2 Guarare A. Vasquez 113
3 Redondita E. Ortega 106
4 (Carlota C. Ruiz 113
5 fSari Cristfibal K. Flores 115
8 Panchlta A. Ycaza 113
6th Race 3rd Striat Imp. 7 Fat.
Puna $400.00 Pool Closet 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Don Danl
7 8. Windsor
9 Bar One
F. Alvarez 106
G. Vasquez 102x
V. Castillo 115
A. Ycaza 113
O. de Le6n 110
H. Ruiz 108
S. Carvajal 107x
J. Bravo 113
A. Gonzalez 103
7th Race 2nd Striat Ima. 1 Mile
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Febrero H A, Vasquez 108
2 Panicus A. Ycaza 112
3 Suntonnerr R. Cristian 110
4-i-TriiTeme., i J. Bravo 113
&-Fric- J. Phillips 108
6-Gourmet F. Alvarez 105
7 Quiescence O. de Le6n 103
8 Double Four R. Vasquez 118
Srh Race "H" Natives 6 Fft.
Puna $275.00 Pool Closet 4:40
1 Sherry Time M. Ycaza 113
2 Black Bee A. Ycaza 120
3 Conquistador B. Baeza 106
4 Wlnsaba G. Vasquez lOOx
5 Gold. Patrick J. Phillios 118
6 La Pampanlnl F. Sanch. 103x
7 Hlstoria E. Dario 100
8 Toxic R. Vasquez 113
9 Papa Rorra J. G6ngora 110-
10 Volador O. de Le6n 107
9th Race "Spec. Missions to Presiden
tial Inauguration Classic" I V Miles
Purse $1000.0. P.C. 5:15. One-Two
1 Paquiro J. Bravo 124
2 Melendez R. Cristian 122
3 HurL Park B. Aguirre 116
4 Emp. Honey A. Vasquez 108
5 Opulento F. Alvarez 116
6 Lucky Test O. de LeAn 100
7 Kadir M. Ycaza 110
8 (Blakemere A- Carbonell 110
9 (Alhajar R. Vasquez 113
1 0th Race 1st Series I me. 7 Fat.
Pune $700.00 Peel Closes 5:40
1 Persiflage S. Carvajal 107x
2 Ma. Cristlna H. Rula 104
3 Grer Juan G. Vasnnea 07
t-Tony v o. de Leon 110
PITTSBURGH, Sept 29 .(TJP)
Pittsburgh called on part-
time quarterback Darrell Lewis
and reserve halfback Jim Theo
dore today to rip open Syra
cuse's defense and capture a 14-
grudge battle between the
East's two top teams.
PHILADELPHIA,. Sept 29
(UP) Perm State, eyeing big
ger game, sharpened the claws
of its newcomer Nittany Lions
on Ivy League opposition today
by ripping Pennsylvania. 34-0.
for Perm's 19th straight loss and
23rd l na row without a victory.
NEW YORK; Sept 29 (UP)
Brown's sturdy line and hard-
running backs upset Columbia,
20-0, today before 12,000 at Bak
er Field in the inaugural game
oi ine iormai ivy League.
; PRINCETON, N.J., Sept 29
unr-An aiert Princeton team
regarded as one of Coach Char
ley Caldwell' s weaker ; units
?rouna out a surnnsinelv easv
ta-o victory toaay over Rutgers
in their 48th meetina- of the
rival who played the first lnter-
coiegiate football game in 1869.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Sept 2
Kvr) xaie. tne favorite for the
Ivy League championship, came
irom Demnd with Its winning
touchdown In the third period
today and then salvaged a 19-14
vcrary wnen time ran out with
Connecticut threatening on the
i s i;
HANNOVER, NJI., Sept 29 (UP)
Dartmouth's Indians defeated
the New Hampshire Wildcats. 13-
o, in an intra-state battle before
9,500. The Indians scored in the
first period on a 74-yard run by
second string quarterback Dotg
fwonie oi navertown, r.A., ana
again In the third oeriod on a
tnree-yara sneak by Mike Brown.
quarterback and son of Cleve
land's Brown's Coac h Paul
Brown, ifiifiv. ; v;r;cf
BLOOMINQTON. Ind!. fient.
29 (UP) Iowa's football forces
turned two breaks into touch.
downs and then around throueh
the line for two more scores to
day to drub Indiana. 27-0. In a
Big Ten conference clash before
ANN ARBOR! Mich.. Sent 29
(UP) SoDhomom John Gerrn.
stein, a third-generation Wol
first-period touchdowns in his
first college game today to lead
Michigan to a 42-13 rout of out out-manned
manned out-manned UCLA before 67,739 fans
at Michigan stadium.
HAMILTON, N.Y., Sept 29
(UP) Colgate's Red Raiders
served notice of their football
, ower today when they admin administered
istered administered a stunning 34-6 setback
to Cornell before 12,000 home
coming fans. ; r
- It was the most decisive beat
ing administered by Colgate in
ths 60-year old rivalry; and it
was only the third time the
Raiders have won three games
in a row from their Lake Cayuga
PR0N0STIC0S HIPIC0S DE
U REYISTA "18"
DOMINGO, SEPTIEMBRE 30
4 Mr. Tivell
5 Tully Bar
9 Alhaiar (a)
' ; Marcelita
Golden Cera II
5 Elko R. Vasouez 120
6 Cachafaz M. Ye iia
7 G. Corn II G. Sanchez 118
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Sept. 29
(UP) Navy presented a poten potentially
tially potentially powerful football machine
today which smothered William
and Mary 39-14, before 14,051
fans. William and Mary, made a
battle out of it for the greater
part of the first half and was
ahead briefly, 7-6, in the first
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Sept. T9 T9-(UP)
(UP) T9-(UP) Purdue, mixing Len Daw
son's passes with the running of
Mei uuiara ana ntue Tommy
Fletcher, beat Missouri today,
16-7, in a successful debut for
new head Coach Jack Mollen Mollen-kopf.
ATHENS, Ga., Sept 29 TUP)
A 26-year field goal by sopho sophomore
more sophomore end Ken Cooper In the
last, two Innings gave Georgia a
to o victory over Floridr. State
today and avoided a scoreless
humiliation with an underrated
tGE .- ) I
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
l ; j
CLEAN-UP GAL-Wlff Smith
cleaned her driver in a bid for
a Grand Slam in the Women's
National Amateur over M r i i-dian
dian i-dian Hills in Indianapolis. Not
yet 20, the long hitter out of St
Clair, Mich., already had cap captured
tured captured the British and French
Austin. Tex. (NEA) Everv
player ; on the Texas football
roster la a Texan. Only five out-of-staters
have aooeared on Lonv-
horn squads in the last decade.
LEADS CHARGE J Fullback.1
Piige Cothren na. Missis Mississippi's
sippi's Mississippi's veterans in the drive to
another. New Year's Day BowL
Proves Too Deep
For Sooner Aide
NORMAN, OklaJ (NEA -1, A
sports editor loaned Ted Young.
ling, Okianoma assistant coach, a;
treatise on football scouting as the
professional Cleveland Browns do
Youngling returned the volume,
saying, ruefully, "Too deep for
S3 Billion A Year
To Hunt And Fish
WASHINGTON (NEA) ? --One
of every, five Americans 12 years
of age or older hunt or fish.
These 25 million outdoor people
spent nearly $3 billon for 5.000
million days of sport They drove
automobiles more than 10 billion
miles, spent an average of $114.42
apiece during the past year, the
Wildlife Management Institute re reports.
ports. reports. A typical fisherman spent
$91.98, took eight trips, fished nine-
and -.shall, days and drove 319
miles The average hunter spent
$79.49, took five-ana -a half trips,
hunted eight-ami -a half days and
drove zoy miles, v
W L Pet. GB
92 61 j601
.91 1 .599 4
.99 63 588 2
PhUadelphia : .70 81 64 1
Pittsburgh. .66 s 82 : .347 -26
xNew York .65 86 ?. 430 26
Chicago. , .60 93 .392 32
x Might Gaines not Included.
. lUDAf'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. -MUwaukee
at St Lou s. '
Cincinnati at Chicago.
New York at Philadelphia.
I FIslKlMlA Vs ifrvm ra 5
Redlegs. 200 000 0259 11 1
Chicago 103 010 001 6 12 1
nuxnan, iowier (3), Klippi
tem j. (4), Acker .(6), Freemai
taj Jericoat (9) and Baile:
Jones, Lown ? (8), Valentineui
(9 and Chiti. W Freeman (H (H-5).
5). (H-5). L Lown (9-8). Hr's Banks
laBi, Burgess (12),
Pittsburgh 200 000 0002 6 0
Brooklyn 300 001 02x 8 11 '0
Friend, Arroyo (8) King (8)
and Shepard, Folles (7): Maglte
(13-5)- and ramnanilla : w
Friend (17-17). Hr's Thomas
(25), Amoros- (14), FurlUo (21),
Pittsburgh 000 000 010 I 7 1
Brooklyn 001 002 OOx 3 6 0
Kline,. Friend (7X and Foiles,
Shepard (6); Labine (10-6) and
Campanella.- LP Kline (14-18).
HR Campanella (20). ; v
i New York at Philadelphia (N)
, Milwaukee at St Louis (N)
..ew York. .,..,97 56 .634
Cleveland ,; ,88 67 .575 9
xChicago ,84 68 ,55J 12U
Boston, y ,g3 79 Mz j4
Detroit VV..M 81 72 329 16
xBaltimore,67 i 444 29
xWashington 58 '93 J84 38
xKansas City 51 101-.J3S 45
x Night Games not included,
Boston at New York i
.Detroit at aeveland.' f
Chicago ,t Kansas City.
Baltimore at Washington ;
Detroit i 113 003 OOli-'fl n
Cleveland 000 O00 10(UrIi 8 0
Larv (21-13) and Wilson nn,.
(8): Houtteman; iNarleski (7).
and-Averill. W Houtteman (2 (2-2).
2). (2-2). Hr's Kuenn (12), Kaline
'13 innings)'5" '.:''..:' e,--.f
Bos. 010 010 201 000 27 16 X
N. York 0001 101 Oil 000 05 14 J-
(10). and White, Daley (7); i
Byrne, Kucks (7), Morgan '(8)
Coleman (9), Dixon (12) and! f
Berra. Rllvpra n wpnTtn. 1
cin. LP Dixon. HR-Cerv (31. 1
. Chicago at Kansas City (N)
Baltimore at Washington (N)
ALL BY HIMSELF
17-1 .AM 1 t
cieei, im xopie uruwn winner,
ran three races at Pimplico in 1943
and 194S and won thim hv inm.
Lined total of 43 lengths, ;
PREVENTION EXERCISER- End Tom MaenU tries a de-;
-vice built by Trainer Jim Hunt of Michigan. Tackle Al Sig-
man, center, and End Charley Brooks await their turn. The
- machine strengthens muscles and tendons behind the knee and.
thigh, an area of frequent injury in football. .
A .. --.if .-. .,. .;.;. i- h f y-y'i :-fit'--':
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THK SIXDAT AMERICAS
TV77 77 fl
f Bollt Rttier A ream up.
Tbi Police Assn. bad another
week when they took the
leigue-leading Agenda Kam. for
... third place tod move hem-
ielve into (second spot- George.
; Tully,' again coaching from me
: Adeline, pushed hk .Cops, tc
, 1003 scratch game. All the cops
.had over 200 tn.the flr.a
5 came back in the secono. gam
to be the onjy -man to roll over
201'-.u xram howled well over
their average, but just couldn't
keep up wlttt
fipRaDs or the Police took h gh
with hu 564 aerie
I v set a e higli Class, A
t'ohros' got back
is week when they took,
s for. three: points I Arid
iiilln ii 'tll fnr'ffH tilnr.e.
cpi 4eemed way off their
, "Th. 'rJoKPst thev could
their -average wa with
jin puis, dmi
their average only once and lost
that game. Hogan was high with
519 for Yohros and Spinney was
high lor the Aces with 57, y.
Wrighft. Bros. Plumbing, ;lveld
onto their fourth place by tak taking;
ing; taking; three points Jrom the Navy
n1 vnnvlnw thptn 1nt thfl eel-
Jar, Wright Bros, won the ttW.MJf
game by oniy six pins,.enDiing
them to take total pinfall by
only two pins. Boofh of the Na Navy
vy Navy took high class C series with
a. 520 toe be the only man,, on
both teams-to roll over 500. ...
Terminals, without the aid of
their captain,, Jerry Stroop who
is in th hospital, took "three
points front Powells to move irt-
' to tmdisbuted llrst place. Fall Falling'
ing' Falling' "to bqwl their average nv the
firai twoj games Powells, came
back in the third game to roll
104 plnsj over their average but
till lost' m tHe total pinfall by
' 10& ijini Graham, again the
only man On-both teams to bowl
over 50(1 took high. Class's" se series
ries series wi!4 ne 573- -".sSTANDLCiS
t ; Won Lost
- Terminals V.l.i.f.. ..10 2
Police Assn. 9 3
Agenda Kam ......... 8 .4
Wright Bros. .......... 7 5
Casa Yohros .......... 4 8
Powells i; 4 t 8
AceS 3 9
Naval Station ......... 3 9
r 1 4
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1003 827 869 2699
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171 164-171 ,179
piotrows k 1
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V. 125' 178
179 : 150
St. i John
745 78T 807 2339
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160 127 421
148 168. 316
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730 835 849 2414
against some of
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Fo wells ."'."J ''
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BY HARRY GRAYSON
! NEW YORK (NEA) Con Confounding
founding Confounding the tragic shooting of
; William Woodward, Jr. is the
fact that NashviU now is rated the
best of an excellent and interest
ing two-year-old crop. :v i
Young woodward, you .see,
evinced no interest in racing while
his illustrious banking father wis
the propietor of the fomouj Helair
Stud. A good guess is ; i h a t a e
would have peddled the i whole
shegang, had not i Nashua, given
early evidence of .becoming the
U-time. money winning cham?
In the winner's circle with Nas.
hua. Sunny Jim Fitisimmons and
Eddie 1 Arcaro, and meeting all
the junior Woodward realized what,
he, had missed. The; Young man
got Into racing with both feet, and
making the story even sadder is
the fact 4 that NasruUah, out of
Bonnie Beryl, a neat filly Taced
by his pop.' '
With" the Be lair dispersal;
through the Woodwards?. Hanoverj
Bank in New. York, John S. Kroese,
bouant au tne yarnngs,- wisi au
uarv at Huleaft f arx
cated sportswoman,.' Mrs,
beth Altemus Whitney
I .iinn naid SS5.000 for
Durine the soring meeting' at
Belmont Park, Jimmy Jnire,j
racing secretary ana onian nnu-r
capper at all New York track and,
Santa Anita, considered the Whea-j
tley Stable's Bold Ruler the most;
formidable, juvenile he had ; ever
seen kt that time of the year. j
But Nashville has not yet been
extended, and Kilroe is now reserv-l
ing judgment until after, stfuv
and a half furlong Belmont? rtft
turity down the much- maligned
Widener chute,i Dct. 13. The final
i-. nM tpct ix The Garden
State at one mile and a sixteenth,
at Garden State, Park, .Oct. 27,
Nashville Tan second to Mr. andi
Mrs. George Lewis' Lucky -Mel
at. Hollywood- Park but., racing
people throw that one out. Nash
ville was lusi Keuwe me ice
things. Lucky Mel .bowed a tendonJ and written that Syracuse's prin prin-1s
1s prin-1s out for 1956, probably for goodlcipal problem was at quarterback.
n,.i... ml iRin nnil The Oranee schedule started on
N..hviii. beat Calumet Firm'H sustained suicidal, .noterfMary-'.'nys
highly regarded Iron Liege puu puu-ort
ort puu-ort im at six furlones. Bold Ruler
knocked a cap off a tooth leaving
the gate and many nave neeaea
the race after injuring his back in
June, and rapping himseu into a
filled hock in h'8 sUll but N?,n"
ville played with thU heretofore
undefeated son of Nasruallah-Mlss
Disco and four other oVer a sloppy
wirtpner course to prevail- by a
lenaht ahd a quarter at six fur-
' nthor fnrpmnst two- vear '-olds
are Kinj Halran; the 100 per cent
vwiHa PMi-lrpr'. California Kid,
tablemeatr'jot Swaps; G r e k
ih in Hip Rloe Grass, but rai
ed in Alabama;', and Prince KhaJ
.ed, California young racing giant
Then there are Greentree's Cohoes
and Cary C. Boshamer's Our Joy
winner over California Kind In At-,
lantlc City's ; WorW naygrounu
nri Vertex, which was runmng
lasiesi SI tne'euu. wi-
Ben LomoncL bred and waled in
England and? Ogden Phipps Bu
reavcracv: and a hide name Bar
blzon. ? ,..;
n.it at the moment, ui wmmtji
nnar in have the new big horse,
-I .m;H!.hio h is handsome.
Nashville.' of medium size and wen
built' is a blood day "oh. and an
coHdn the darlt siae-N'
. ThUnnp. nn the heels on was
hua would have kept me lamoua
name oi nwuw.
many; more years.
First Down And
Then Scnie 171
LOS Angles u-(NEA) C. B
nkorf. nf southern cauiomn
r.r.v nrlv strsnelehold on col
leie football's rushing honors. I
r. hi m mitin asainat that,
Texas yarsity in Ausun, me iierre
running fuifbaca gamea y.
for an average OT W.v per cwy.
included in his performance were
touchdown runs 01 u, w
It Doesn't Hurt
To Eat Golf Ball
(NEA)-How ma ma-golfers
golfers ma-golfers .threatened
nv times nave
(o eat a 'golf baU? -4
nanid Lee Stuart did It! He was
atd at Union Memorial Hospi
tal after eating part of a filling.
from a f(olf ball he found in h 1 s
front vard The- 18-montns-oia ooy
didn't suffer any ill effects. Ke
wi. reDorted feeung Pbout pa n
with no report on the number of
Open Mfhire rraM
21 (Black J1
Cra Table jkf
Slat Machnies fc )L
, Bir'Servieev I
Alr-Conditiaaed 1 1
Zimmerman Job On M arylan d
Makes Fordham Men Sicker
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By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) -Before!
the first shot was fired, u was said
iOJj T OF DOORS
VIKING AND FlSHltffi
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Considering I the high cost ot ,,:. i i f , . (
salmon beats elsewhere in thej
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tjons. maid. cook, chauffeur, and a
Clr lo nam you truss viRuig-
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c. iwenujr inauc mo
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areas m northern Iceland wmcn
the, airlines pepple hppe to Jidd
to their orosram.
The two main salmon rivers
the package are; the Straumfjar-
dars and; the Gnmsa. There- are
number of ine trout taxes
and nn sea trout river In the
--- : .v ... j.
tour, we coverea an oi inem, ana
i "r".r."' ":y
age from nine to 12 pounds, but) weighs under 170 pounds, is one of
most of those we saw and caught the lightest linemen with any ma ma-were
were ma-were from 18 to 25 pounds. The ior football team.
... am ..ill t.1 .uAraff tnunv ..
.nrf a half nnnnrla: hut a 9a in nuri
, hr anH a half
As in all salmon Ashing, how
ever, the angler is at-th, mercy
f mlrratnr fish and vr rlav
u nn. pnnlt Aav nnr are the
I ..imm 'an na.v mark-
Icelandic rivers : are : rugged.1
u;,t.rtii. nrf twift raniH. ma kit
jbe game especially .tricky. They
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771 0 BOLIVAR AVE. COLON 40
land,. Pittsburgh,. .West Virginia
and Army, why, the orange- six loot, zzs pouna tacKie. arin arin-man
man arin-man could be well squeezed ... be- ed to Boston College. Disgusted
fore the home folk even saw with iiaving to sit on the sidelines
them and left for seriously dead for a year because he would ba a
lefore they got anything faintly transfer, Tony DiAngelis, a six six-esemblltig
esemblltig six-esemblltig a 'breather against foot-two, 210-pound tackle and
their own size,
and we suggest at least 100 yards
of backing, preferably ,150 .yards
of 15ound test, nylon. ti
. v, ..
A 20-pounder can take s the an 1
glera mile downstream and over
four or rfive
larce .waterfalls in
My largest iiish to
date is a 25-poimder who emptied
I discovered, the only way to
cope with, a waterfall is tc let the
fish have' all the une he needed,
for the Dlunce and hoDe for the
Kt This nan h nprvp fihaVlnffl
after an hour of play, and espe-
ciauy nen you re (iuiu( uisuum
m chest high waders.,
,Yale's Little Big
Man At Guard
NEW HAVEN, Conrr. (NEA)
r.,ir rmw.it. f Val h a
Just what did young Embefsni
wcich last fall, when he WSS tl'.e
only sophomore regular in the Eh
line which upended Armyf
. "Actually, it was 162," says the
Pittsburgh lad. I wouldn't let a
nvone 'see me on a scaie ana
I wouldn't list it on the weight
chart. It wasn't that I cared too
miirh for mvself. 1 was afraid It
would disturb the morale of the
Wasn't Fred Kuczala, schooled
to replace Ed Albright in the pilot
hour, favoring his good rigni
arm after a shoulder operation?
What the experts completely
overlooked, you see, was the
So. Chuck Zimmerman, a local
boy, made good directing a rap-ldly-moving,
attack at college ram to snap
a 15- game, regolar season Mary
land winning streak. The 20-
year oid, 180 pound, six -foot
sophomore completed five of six
passes for 69 yards and a touch
down, throughly demon stra t e d
that he was a compete foot
ball player running swiftly oif)
options and defending like a pro profession!
fession! profession! specialist.
You undoubtedly will hear
more ul the Fordham boys as the
season unravels, and with earn
performance Ram alumni will
get sicker.' Zimmerman, who
happens to be a resident of Syra
cuse, was only one of a dozen
or more stickouts on what was
considered Rose Hill's finest
freshman team two years ago.
when the Bronx school abrupt hi
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uauuuucu ivuiuaii. :
Jimmv Rpkb annthpr- nnartor
back six-one and 195 shuttler
to. Minnesota. End Dave Stecchl j
six-one, and 185,"' moved to Hoi
Cross. Massachusetts got End
Bob Femani an Tackle I'h.l
McDowell, six feet and .210
Villanova picked .up Mike De'
Lucia, a five foot 11, 196-pound'
Boston University acquired a
corking pair of halfbacks six,
fnnt-nnp. 1 Sn-nniinri .Tlmmv Ttt-tn
land six-foot-one. 180-nound Jim
my Courville. Leon Bennett, a
end, qua scnooi ana went to worn.
Young Zimmerman had plenty
to unload in runinlng Tommy
Mont's bow as Marylad's head
ma." i. 1
Jimmy Brown, a 20-year-old
six foot two inch, 212-pound
senior out of Manhasset, Long
Island, is going to run T e x a s
Christian's Jim Swink and others
something approaching a dead
hpat I h nation's number one
Brown, little short of fantastic
i8st season. ls even better t h i s
trip as a four-letterman running
the 100 in 10 flat." He rushed the
ball for 154 yards against Mary-
land, ana more than all the l'er
rapins combined. He icored" two
touchdowns and set up a th I r d
with a 78-yard sprint around end.
He can pass, which makes him
even more menacing on' options.
Jimmy Ridlon, a converted end
t the other : halfback, isn't far
behind Brown. Syracuse, drilled
the decorated raratroon ma lor.
flah 'Cf.l,nrrt9wBfHp-- mav ;V nnt
hav too many y accomplished
pjayers, DUl me urange is ueep
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might.? Other identifiable 'PW.
'19 ) and Bill Sawteue a,
stand ines til
MONDAY, Oct 1, i5l til.
Armaif Forrei Hour'? 4 1
Robert Q Xfwil
, 'J-I 30,
Bmt Th Clock -r v"
Martha Rivt ' avitt
People Are Funny
Kraft TV Theatre
Encore: Toatt of thr T;nvt
ins. .u Dsn r
K.U.Vt M.-ps. ''Ql.'fcJ
Ave. 11-2 ?H t-i.U
15? 13 J
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Cental Ave. ;
US U CarrasauMa
" FARMACIA LOMBARDO'
.. Ha. M I Street
4th of July Ave. J St
LEWIS SERVICE ;'-
r Am. TlveU No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
' .141 Ccatnl Ave,. s
. FARMACIA LUX
. 1M Central Aveaue
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FARMACIA i VAN-DER-JIS
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V, FARMACIA EL BATURRO
' ." j Pae Lefevre T Street
'I FARMACIA "SAS"
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r NOVEOADES ATHIS
-- ' Via Espana An.
12 WORDS ;
: (ALL KINDS)
. JIM RIDGE
Thone Panama 8-05W
. Tirite Box Is Balboa, OZ.
riurs to 12. 1:30 to
' t 'urdajs 9 ajn. to noon
, A.".er hours Pan
. Educational, Life. -Automobile.
" canal zom POLTCUHIC V
tVc 1. "AIRISA, 0.01.
n atnkf iaiy Tt."
,if Anton Seaoel PlannaaA)
TUNSPOItTCS BAXTW. S. A.
Packer, ahipnere "ZViZ
rhi.i 12-2451 2-2562,
- Lnm Rit at
ANAMA MDINO SCHOOL
rMine Jamah Claim hily
It5a..- W 2-2451
K"' HI-FI RECORDS
"vlajsle, popular ana jau
if Steeat -JW f-A-TeL M598
i Open ntil '1:09 Jn.
! r;IFcr Ri:5$
Children'a welfare Group,
i square Dance Club of.
r.. rMtv with me assw-
1- v. valnhnof ritV ClVie
douncU wUl aponaor a treat lor
Xtit chliarea oi ne ciuiuum
during; panama patriotic tes tes-tivltlea
tivltlea tes-tivltlea from Nov. 3 to Not. 5.
Trolley rides, movies and re refreshment
freshment refreshment wllU be offered the
kids. To defray the eost of re refreshment
freshment refreshment tho committee In
charge has assigned ; solicitors
tot contributions from the resi residents
dents residents of the community, v
, Leonard Ploughwrlght, chair-,
es '"- that community-wide drive j
lot fundSi now in progress will,
conUruut until the middle of Oc- j
. I TIXANS ON TOUR
.COLORADO SPRINGS (UP)
Texans boast about Texas, but
they visit Colorado. More Texas
than Colorado cars made the trip
up tbe Pike's Peak highway near
her during the month of July.
There were 2,305 Texas cars
counted on the road, compared
with 2,109 Colorado vehicles.
i J tou I
AGENCIAS TOMAS ARIAS. S. A.
k.Avenlda Cuba 32-13
Bit 4457 Phone 3-6144
TJTIES IN PANAMA
f ''-O.aetaMeaai by v
. c AHAAj lUTVSSl A ASSOOATES
' ,.JV .N ... ..- BM Ask
Abattoir Hactonal....... 1110
Sane ridndarto ..... llI
' CeaMsrta Panarni ...... Tl
Carveceria National .. 81
ChiriaH o Leebe U
PrVfa WttM COM arto) A" 138
DaaUladora NadonaJ . It4
fjriarjeljra' .brtmefia .
Pnt rnm Copy ; 10
llruuuae, a A. B t
i rrea, vtttt Ooaa. Ul
Itoa r tea frofc w 4TII ;
Cuano. y Tin) rnav W.N
Ko .JlotarajBarfeejMUJ.. 684
(SaReral 4a aguroa M
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fanamefia .da Fibra ... tl
ParIifla da Sccurna ... a It
nmn i Mm '' 10 III
.faauotentral '" f Ma
V (Commercial Notlca)
ATTENTION O. U Jw bail
mUmu f omUmmJ aMitmata, I.
2 baaraam, har, cala vataf,
Phaaa Poaaara M)4U
i FOR RENT: Cemfortabla a a-Hrt"nt,
Hrt"nt, a-Hrt"nt, 3 btdroomt, gjraga
maid'a room. 48th Straat a, 23.
Infarnatioa ia Apt. No. 2.
- 'OR RENT Apaitmairt: living
rfiainf room, btdreom, kitchan,
yard, parking, cancrata building,
$50. La Pradara, Sabanat, front
( La Garantia Faraitiira Facto Factory.
ry. Factory. Phono 3-2796.
; FOR RENT:" Largo two room
apartmairt. Niea, cool and quiet
neighborhood. -, 1 0th Straat No
5, Saa Franehc da la Cakrta.'
FOR RENT- Fumiihad apart.
want, cool, comfortable. On Via
Pom. Call 3-5024 Panama.
FOR RENT: Completely fur
.. aithed apartment two badroomi.
maid'i room, garago. House No.
54 Yia Eapafia. Phono 3-6361,
FOR RENT.- Apartment 3 bed bed-,
, bed-, room, living room, porch, dining
room, garago, maid' room. Hit Hit-pania,
pania, Hit-pania, Colombia Straat No, 3,
i FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bed-rotm,
rotm, bed-rotm, garage,' in Urbanization
El Carman,, lit Stroat Ne. 91.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart'
, ment, Frigidaira, stove, etc. One
bedroom, living dining room,
balconr, wash tubs. Apply Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row, Panama Auto, No.
Showing at Your Service
DIABLO HTS. 2:30, 6:15, 8:20
"View from Fompey's Bead'
JWon.' Thunder Over The '!
Plains -r- VH
MARGARITA 2:30, 6:15, 8:15
Cornell Borchers '
"NEVER SAT GOODBYE
Mon. 'Tanrs of The Wild"
ALSO SHOWING MONDAY!
PAR AISO 6:15-8:20 -"HON0
"COUNT THREE AND PRAY LA BOCA 7:00 "JV v
,11 1, ju' - N i '"'" m aim 'II' 1 MiiiUfiiiiiiiiiSiW:
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:10 CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:10
"TO CATCH A THIEF" "VIOLENT MEN"
"D-DAY, THE SIXTH OF JUIIE
Oulsl:r.ding Modern Drama Of
Wartime Love And Duly
-l 1 r -'-n 11 -'--' -
The romance between a V.S. army officer and an Eng English
lish English girl comes to full flower on the eve of the Allied inva invasion
sion invasion in 20th Centnrv-Fox's biasing account of "D-DAY, THE
6th OF JUNE." Robert Tavlor. and Dana WvMer (above)
r-fr- Wlh T'-prd T0M Td F!rlmnn O'Brien In tn
rineri'ji'rc fl'm nrnTuce1 hv Charles Prackett and di directed
rected directed br Hcnrv Roster,, which opens on Tuesday at your
BELLA VISTA Theatre. -.
FOR SALE. "Mavtag" washing
machine, good eervkeable con-'
dition, brand new 25-cycie mo mo-tot,
tot, mo-tot, $75.. Phono Balboa 2289
FOR SALE. $190 Westinghouso
, frost-free refrigerator; new 60 60-cycle
cycle 60-cycle unit automatic defroit, ex-...
cedent condition. Phone 3-2889.
Houta 8519 Margarita.'
FOR SALE: Fully automatic
Maytag washing machine $150,
goad condition. Phone 83-4291
FOR SALE: Wasting house,
Laundramat automatic washer,
25-cycte, one yearx old $200;
also Westinghouso refrigarator,
25-ycle, and assorted Venetian ;
blinds.. 2-6364 Balboa)..
FOR SALE Rett a n chaise
lounge with and table, good con condition,.
dition,. condition,. $65, House 3211 Empire
Streatv Balboa. 2-1281. i
FOR SAtEtttYiAt Isthmus.
Studio couch,- wicker sefrvarious
household goods, mirrors, rugs.
FOR SALE: New Norge electrie
dryer, never used, $175; 12"
Magnavox TV needs repair $25.
Call 3-6851 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE. Largo Philce refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, 70-lb. fraexer compart-'
ment, like new, 60-cycle $240.
Apt; F, 0777 Williamson Place.
Center Theatres Today!
"SECOND GREATEST SEX.
Tues. "View from Fompey's
Tu. s. "Phenix City Story"
CRISTOBAL 2:10. fi:lS. 8:40
John wayne ;
Also Showing Monday!
IUl)UiilV$bRMSnQN .KauMMMOMWk. -.
ittai(ieww' ;; ;
BOX 2031. ANCON, CX
, BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL CZ.
FOR SALEr Beautiful pure
; bred black Cocker pup. Male, 5
weeks old. Kliao, Panama 3-
FOR SALE Singer ZigZag
awing machine, latest model, 9
. months use. Information 2363 2363-'
' 2363-' D. Coceb, .'-
FOR SALE: Greatly reduced:
. PLANTS in large concrete pors,--u
also imall; Venetian blinds, vary
) large and 'small; alat blinds;.
- drapery wooden rods and rmgj;
3 occasional chair; framed pic-.
; turns; folding cot; miscallane-,
i.ou. 570 San Juan Place. An
con. Phone Balboa 1450.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE : Molded 15-foot fi fiber
ber fiber glass boat lap-strike con
, atruction and 25-hp, 1956 Johnr
on. Will sell aoparataly. Phono
Curundu 5255. ,. V
Japanese-Born Woman Doctor
Faces Deportation To Korea
FRESNO. Calif: tm'
doctor of medicme,f.s toe griml
probability of deportation to ?tuSSLZ m,nt.T.nrf
tion she has never seen as the re
suit ot a legal technicality.
Immigration officials are ex expected
pected expected to send Dr. Chai to Korea
late this month. She knows no
one there', and rannnt ino.fr K.
language. Ironically, her parents
me ciuzcds 01 japan, wnere she
was born and lived most of hei
'life. : -. a
The legal technlcah'ty tha
threatens Dr. Chai resulU from a
rulinC br- Jinannui imtnlorotin.
officials. Upon application for a
temtorarv visa tn th TinitoH
states, it .was decided sh '.was
xvurean r nprannft ..niit 'tnr:ini' ..
born in that country., and hr
Dassnort t had tn ha thtdnol
through the Korean embassy.
Dr. Chai came to this country1
uu a ieuowsmp 10 stuay as a resi resident
dent resident doctor at Fresno County Tu Tuberculosis
berculosis Tuberculosis Hnxnital Sho ia a en-l-
uate ot Tokyo '.Womens' Medical
v-oiiege ana aoids both Japanese
uu vaiuurnia meaicai licenses.'
' Althmiirh Dr rha1'
status was changed from a tem-
1. w mdoui,
purary status to that nf an ox.
change visitor, no further extenn
, wuu tUQ I IM M-
pires Sept. 28. Deportation seems
Sinn IS avmlnhln mnit fh. l v
aiinusi certainty. -
About her onto hnn itt Tamtln.
- nviv va, a viji uj sa
mg m this country would involve
uer innrriage, ana inat possibility
Is Unlikelv. Khn harl tiilkiwi nf r.
riaee With a vnnnir 'Amwlnii Ann.
tor she met while taking advanced
siuuies at we university of Ilunois
Several months ann hilt ha aairi
he must complete- some special
siumes oeiore marriage, xnat is
several tuonuis a way ana would be
too late to nrevent Dr. rhi' Am
"I don't want to leave America,
Fir rh.i r o... i 7",v"-' poacners special.- 'The out-of-Dr.
Chai said, ileast of all 10 go to' aeason hnntar. h.j i-..T 2i
She'lnM ,,f War. i..tidlVA:W& onted on
aA t." tl.. w
ui uaiiaucat! iiv rvrirFans nnn ir
will bo verv Afn.H 73 CI-
start over in a TTtranw .nnnt "l", eyH lrom- fl"hliht's
2:46, 4:48, 6:50, 8:52
0.75 -a- 0.40
Mfl 0 TOhlVI : 1
1 .a 1
. i-rts '. -all Qr ,...r. 1 f 17
. 1 m 11 4 e 11 n ari v 1 a
V :, C 1 aV
XT- t il iT I J I i V f O ff f MJf-mT
lvaV W jg? SO
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldtmobif
Coupe, excallant condition, cleaa
car. Price reasonable. Telephone
Panama 3-4050. '.
FOR SALE: 1953 Hillmaa
Convertible excellent condition,
$725 cash. Qtrt. 137-A Albrook.
. FOR SALE By original owner,
lata 95 1 Chevrolet Club Coupe.
Poworglide,, radio, four new tiro
and battery, 29,000 miles, ex excallant
callant excallant condition. Call Balboa
: FOR SALE. 1954 Buick Special
Riviera, excallant e e a d 1 1 i e u.
Pried $1750. 658-8, Curundu.
' Beginners' course in Ballroom
Dancing for Junior High Stu-
. danh starting Oct. 3rd. DORESE ?
WAITES School of Dancing, Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Club. Balboa, Telephone
I-- t?T.l.-.i-: llJ-"a
main in the country as the wife of
an American citizen.
Japanese officials will allow. Dr.
muKt l.Vf Tfor Kr
Fair Trade Laws
Stand Up 25 Yrs
CniCACO UF)-1. The contro
Versial fair frarla faj fircf in
stituted in the depression year of
1931. havn weathprerl thoii firat
quarter of a ceutury,. according to
1... i . v.
siaic-uy-aiaie- survey Dy. vum'
merce Clearinc House, natinnal
reporting authority .on tax and
business law, .1.
Forty-five itates Itaye adopted
fair trade legislation since Call
fornia opened the; road, by allow
ing a manufacturer of a trade
marked or brand-named pr c
tn fiv tha -minimum .'v,iii.a a' tY
...... ..,.... 4 .iw .1 ,
a retailer must re-sell the com1
modity. 1 v -
' DurintT the "2S-venr fair traia
history, the state law' have been
-I- -11... .. 1
coanengea ju umes, witn success successful
ful successful defense in 18, partial defeat in
seven ana total dexeat in live.
Out For Deer
-MUSKEGON; Mch.T (UP)
Conservation officers fn northern
Newaygo .County nabbed two im imaginative
aginative imaginative Miskeffnn men with a
do in the trunk of their car, 36
cans of venison and s o m e fresh
deer meat in their hnmot nA a
30-30 rifle, remodelert intn a
wmi na a Drass rinr over
tka ..... a . .. v
"5 ""-'v shoot-
1:15, 3:04, 4:53, 8:42, 1:45
Q- Kg.. -'nit. Jt
ZS V3b ? rv V
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,,
' 2 bedrooms, tiring-dining room,
bathroom, kitchen. Apply 45 C,
No. 2-241, Ben Vista. Phone
3-5351. a.m. to 8 p.m.
' WANTED: Heusekeeper to
l cook. References required House
8229-8 6th St., Margarita. Ap Ap-.
. Ap-. ply Saturday and Sunday or att attar
ar attar 5 p.m. week days.
."WANTED: Cook and general
housekeeper for American fami fami--
- fami-- fy. Reference necessary. Phono
" Coloir-992. ,'
FOR SALE: Magnificent resi residence,
dence, residence, 4 bedroom, independent,
residential tone. Apply Phono
Maps To Change
Because Of Joe
prrTSBURr.H rn'p Th
Soviet enunciation- of Josef Stalin
will Jiave an effecw on .the map
Dusioess, according to Carl H
Mapes, chief may editor, of Rand
McNaily & Co, i
f ... .. '..f. ,..
He exDPpfn nloppa xnr-h on'Sta.
d Stalin8d wi on
S'P! Pent Soviet
ttn, ontiinori m, !,:
i .""!. Assa. here
Another bis! trend in man mat-.
mg recently, he said, is the grad gradual
ual gradual disappearance of the tradition traditional
al traditional British pink,
Once it was SDlatterH In.-vlnhat
on world maps.: But now it .has all'
OUt Vanished, save fnr t'ansda anH
Australia. j 4
. The British pins', incidentally,
IS the onlv narennial, rnlnr in tha
cartographic -trade, i Mapes r. said.
It'i-an inheritance from. English
uiap-uiuKera.' ; ; 5 -,
t The post-war switch Trom colon-1
iallsm In InrlAnanrlanpa h a i
brought about wholesale erasures I
especially m maps of Southeast
Asia. The birth of a nation alwavsl
brings a color switch and usually
a name change.
Mapes 'predicted he big" change
will come in the next decade m
Africa where' several nations al already
ready already have i won independence. v
- At hnmn. hpt aaifl hi mmnanv1.
chief research project will be to
compue a scorecard on the names
and numbers of new highways ex expected
pected expected ; under the. '.federal .marl
building program. vv
! -M i 4, v t t
Bii&ris; Is ti'd
Januarious' Alovsin Marnahan 1
a" -v.wii.ivia mat' uiiuavvi IM uui
gana," was a Perry County resi resident
dent resident who used a pen instead of
At the JHlthrasV nf tha tti,cA-
Turkish War, MacGahan was sent
aroad bv th New vnrt H...M
He later joined the London Daily
.His article nni eanat him tn
be sentenced to death before a
firing squad. But the U.S. Consul
obtained his release.
He continued his reporting and
was credited with the Russian in in-vasian
vasian in-vasian and subsequent liberation
of Bulgaria in 1877. He died of a
fever in Constantinople in 1878.
eis iaier nis remainsi
were returned to the, United i
atates through the comblqed ef ef-fnrts
fnrts ef-fnrts nf tha t N. n
Club,: the Ohio Legislature and
. A club was formed here in his
honor and a. monument araotari
proclaiming him "Liberator of
King Boris of Bulgaria sent the
Bulgarian minister here on July
4, 1929, to place a wreath on the
grave. As recently as 1944. the
scm aejegauon to the grave to
HAtlA' Ua,MPaL.. v
mvmwi xuatu miftku
Oollfss For B:tj$
Put 01 RR Service
ELGIN.' Til f'TTP". c
railroad men recently upheld a
tradition that not only the mail
ut bby bottles "must go
A conductor on the Milwaukee
ROad-Uninn PacifU nj :
the Challenger, discovered that
the botUei of two, babies aboard
had been broken.
At Elgin, tha annrliiAtn tni'..J
off a "butterfly" in railroad
jargon, a message attached to a
roiled newspaper and thrown
from a moving train onto a sta station
tion station platform.
The messaae was rrlavpt shrg.t
to Savanna, 111.,, where uVpniohrr
7 n rj..rr t ...
-"uu uui umy naa Domes
rpady for the drcssed mo;her,
FOSTER'S COTTAGES anj
each house. One mile poat'Ca
uno. Phono Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceensido Cam
Saata CI.,,. Box 435.' Boiboe
'- ?s,?.5? "wr c
bel 3-1673. : f .
Gramlich Santa Clara Beach
Cartage. Modern Convenience,
moderate rate. Phono Gacnboa
Wanted To 'Rent
t, FOR SALE-1950 Buick" Sapor,
i Dyneflow, nidio, whifewall tires,
38,000 mile, excellent mochaa-
ical condition, $500. Phono Bal- ?
60c. TODAY 30c.
1:30, 3:00, 5:007:00, 9:15 p.m.
He walked the danger path.-
! Leigh snowden
. grant williams
. :-in- ;
"OUTSIDE THE LAW".
SPECIAL WEEK SALE
' (9th St. inl Central Ave. No. 9t23 -fCoibnY
'-V COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
: French Silk
7 silk chantung .;- iro.
Chinese Brocade ) ?
: Bloygayghel linen plain and. printed
Embroidered Sateen l jm,
. Embroidered Linen 1
..' Italian Lame 1 '!
; -.Dacrott & Cotton Dres? Fabrics
s. Kohama Fabrics ' '..
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY!'
WARMTH AND CHARM WEEKEND RELEASE
T I aa. art
'. HERBERT J.YATES
presents ; -'
ANN v STEVE'
w ai5a.WaA.U aalJll..
..,- -rTa.JCCLCU fey Consdsdated Film Induttrita v
rM TTi f" '. f 7 f" r i r
li. .111.1 a.... .....4 v., .! J .......t J lli
.,th ECw..7 cjc!:a:;an c;';ny tltts i.,t;,y s ;;
A rrr:""!'C r r"i
LOST & FOUND
'OST: Brown and white female
cat wearing collar. Phono 2 2-J752
J752 2-J752 during week-end. Reward.'
. WANTED: Sp,i,h .d !,.
J lish speaking young man. with
v driver' license to be trained for
" talesman. : Writ to Box OCS,
earo this, newspaper, iving com complete
plete complete information en schooling,
, experience, etc. ,. ".. w
Fat Hefps Float
-But That's It
CHICAGO (UP "The only
advantage an overweight person
has is his ability to float, Dr.
Valdo Getting told the annual
summer conference of the Na
tional Dairy Council.
"Our overweight citizens are
our greatest nutritional failures,"
said, the doctor. "The overwieeht
adult, especially over 40, is more
likely to develop high blood pres pressure,
sure, pressure, heart disease, kidney dis disease
ease disease and some types of cancer. ..
"The prevention: of obesity
should be the prime objective of
. Getting is a professor of public
health practice at. the University
of Michigan. ; ,.
5-- ?r '"
but also a quart of milk.
THE SI NDAI AMERICA?)
2 ay,- fir '" "x t :3, is;s
WUy-Qrt,' Want RecruiU
. J- j . -, ....
V-l ..v Ml,
"Tall CcdLFruit Drir.ks
Make Pleasant Changs
"m'TnD COLORTWU fresh fruit and bottled toft drink
SimbS k. UU ,Ue. of toy .er refreshment
r By CAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Fowl ind Markets Editor
Combine deep" pink wtermfn'
I c a r 1 e t strawberries, ; golden
peaches and red raspberries with
bottled soft annas. nei
tag tell, fruit coolers to take your
mind off the thermometer. ; r
Peach Ginger Cooler
(Make 4 servinqs).
One and one-half cups finely
diced peaches, V4 teaspoon nut nut-v.
v. nut-v. toxnnnn eineer. 2 taoie-
spoons lemon juice, V, eup sugar
4 (7-ounce) bottles ginger ale, 4
thin orange suces.
Mix the peaches, nutmeg, gin
niin isuffar toeetner
?. u i:.un.. .nil ni wnll. Lblll.
MSB.! .JUgUUjt : ',.
ti tn iprvre. out lec
: ... u .J."f 4 tall slasses
. Add a bottle of ginger ale to
.' -I. L1...I Cnnnn lit 3 tahlPSDOOIlS
of peaches and juice. Garnish
with orange slice...
? Watermelon Cooler
, (mini f -,
One and-.one-half cups diced
flch' mint. 1 taMpsnoons su
gar, 4 (7-ounce) bottles chilled
lemon-lime soaa. ;
Mi the watermelon, mini ana
sugar, together. -Mash ; lightly to-
ggether. C n 1 1 1. wnen reauy iu
serve, place 3 ice cubes in each
of 4 tall glasses.
Pour a b o 1 1 1 1 ox lemon-ume
la over the ice. Add 3 tame-
ennnni nf watermelon-mint mix-
HyiU. wa. l .
ture to eacn'giass.
watermelon 8 tablespoons finely orange
Raspberry Orange .Cooler
. .. -' (4 servings)
One pint fresh raspberries, 1-3
cup sugar, vt teaspoon annuuui
extract, 4 (7-ounce) bottles car carbonated
bonated carbonated orange soda. .
Wash- 'Mspbernes; aram. auu
sugar n4 almond extract to rasp rasp-hprries
hprries rasp-hprries and mash together lightly.
Chill mixture: i ; 1
When ready w serve,; pwco ;
cubes in each of 4 tall glasses.
Add a bottle of carbonated orange
soda to each glass.
. c. n 4 tahiosnnnna rasnber-
i ii i c Garnish with
-. c7 i n
" tM 2 u
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:s ; i
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Honoring proficient women In JUmeaB eW.RU- J
Howard, o Wahlnton. founded tl ub which utheif to together
gether together those of her t Ueeused U fly heUeopten.
WASHINGTON (NEA) Cani Mrs. June Iteynolds o! CdnaoU
you drive a car without making North Carolina, who has neUj;
men mad, i copter dust crop business with heft
Are you able to pat your head, husband,. Jack. This 27-year old old-and
and old-and rub vour lummy at the same dynamic rfhead u a mother of;
time. .- ,' foree- I. ?.
basic requirements for learning to hio, newest member ol tne-mri
ii.. ki!,.,.. .uin tn uiu' N.n;rt Khu'i rnmmercial oilot
in iina Mnwari fnnnHor nf niM for sinfflft and multt-engine' una
of the most exclusive women's or
ganizations in the world.
There" are many tweeds and flannels In the current Paris eollec eollec-tions.
tions. eollec-tions. Tweeds r usually a mixture of colors, are Used for coats,
suits and dresses. Luxurious daytime tweed in'black-and-brown
orloa-and-wool mixture (left) is used by Jean Desses for three,
quarter flared coat with deep slits at either side. It's worn over
a short-sleeved afternoon dress. Fine flannel in spun orlon-and-wool
is the fabric chosen by Jacques Grlffe for daytime coat
dress (center) with soft lines. It has a diagonally buttoned front
Elerant, feminine lines are typical of Jacques Helm's collection.
They appear here in an afternoon. coat-dress with helled skirt
Fabric is black-and-white tweed in spun orlon-and-wool. Dress
has removable black Persian lamb shawl collar and black but- .-tons
tons .-tons in diagonal trim. By f ROSETTE HAEGROVE, NEA Staff
an 1 sea plane and- jr fligh in-J
They re women helicopter pilots waaame jacnueune muf
in rlnh ralUd Whirlv-Rirls. On- France who recently was named!
ly 18 of them belong. one of the Harmon Award wm-J
ro quamy, a gai nas io nave Hers.- one niu
helicooter rating certified by the I world's fastest woman pilot."
Civil Aeronautics Administration! 'The presentation- of tne awara
or the foreign equivalent. And to Mme. Auriol tnis tau- may.r
that's not so easv. . (the occasion fof getting' togeMw-
You have to bo good enough to many of the vyniriey-iiris.'
solo a helicopter and carry .'pas-1 And when they dd convergent f
sengers according to tough CAA! something to. hear, ir.cy wn m
standards of international rules. I now a -meeiing, -- oy'-tu .'vr
"We're exclusive,- but we don'ti When they gather it't ., Jmv
want to stay that ."way," s'ays ing." '. f :Tf
Jean who is assistant to the direc-l ; Conversation centers m vnt
tor of the Helicopter Council of like cyclic Control,' collective pilch
ine Aircraii inausiries Associa- iau row, .uhHuc, iuiv. i-.
slices. r i
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'JioW &Mkei fjeel'.new -lorndd
Site 6 On J4er Stylish
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, BY ALICIA HART I
, 'NEA Beauty Editor t
: BACK TO SCHOOL fashions
for verv voune ladies are
fight In the-style swim this -year.
But. manufactures have sacrificed
nf th nraptiralitv 'inherent
in woshabl. fabrics to achieve
Some ot tne younger s i y i e
trends Sound like mother's this
vear. Quilted corduroy jumpers,
laced ud dorduroy vests, caraco
iapklK lnt nf neasant ins D i r a
lion, ail appear on uie smauei-
Rrnurf ii tho fnlnr nw in the
back to school world. There arei
nlpnfv nf colors to contrast and
blend with it, but brown- rules
Fabrics are cottons and syn synthetic
thetic synthetic blends, wool jersey, cbm cbm-bined
bined cbm-bined with cotton, cotton stain.
printed corduroy. All of tnese,
new enough to make young
miss feel like a 6X fashion' plate,
are washable and practical in
lh avtrnm. i
Petticoats and slips rank high
on the list of must buys for the
gal developing from' the tomboy
stage. Some manufacturers, show
nattifnate ihai elanil nut nndpr
every .single' item in their lines.
rt-.if .... ..n L
reuivuais are iuii, uui uoi
Their fullness, comes from ruffles
and beading.; Some ire smooth
on one side, ruffled on the other.
ltted slips v tor tne ngureiess
have double overskirts of white
T- .. ,h;. fmht view's-maximum! d10.? taffata.'wrtli the torso line
- NECKLINE has w mfning in $&? 5, ff "S5 'J? no-iron. drip-
t.L uwml HiM.'.-n rafera to oi aress u i uou t t..v miui Klimunc off.. I with care, ine piuuguig m yy, M.n.hu-. vmln
Zw "wellK ,h; ordinated. !,u "u inures that fashions that have mgn mm ZLcXr, ; 1.4 V.;:
front, for the trend is toward a' Selecting low backed founds- need bacI ,nd. midriff control "l f.,rlgi,r- t th her Wardr0b by herself, little by
Kho nf tno rm ni in wn r v- i
r.ii-u ir irvini tn intirett wom-1 The Whirlev-Girla do thlnlf hell-!
en In eggbeaters,: and they don't1 copters could come In moreap
mean tne Kiicnen variety. ' peaiing coior u mit"'"j
In the future they hope to estab-j more comforts for ladies.,
lish scholarships to help 0 1 h e rr "But we're not feminists eju
sals handle-helicopters. The org-. tions Jean Howard. v ;, .'' ?
mzation was stanea oy u cnaner,
1. : ,nrE I
memueis on npni 1, ioj. k
woman naiisopwr piisi can
1 1 ii
One ot the important trends in lMfX flita
-the plunginr neckline.-In back. F oundation arettte 0'
fh"on should assure a strapless new, fcynt and "k-0" JgJ
, choice (leftt is a bra with side sections of ,JIfiJ,,a" BM
ally and boned, to hold the bra In place low onttie back. JJi
. .. ? 11.' l- 111;. (rmtftrl a rood
tom'nMrimmed wool jersey with a V plunge in hack.
. 1 1.. iL. ,' i .. . J. II f AimHkilt1 .j ...... V .AMiMl MIl ftlin
plunging une in uw ieai. rf,A oons aepeuus, adamon 10 oosom wuu -- -----
v n th. f.onrp thp slim v...rjt n mrspM. This stylish line. Lines
. -.: '.f- .v 'j buying, on me ngure. me wim ior .. a praiette pr corseiei. iu 'Vk ,nV .mi" Hark
Mora, and mora cocktail .an in,:- -h. nniirv hanrtpaii. for ..1.. h. tnr.n t heath lines, both front ana Dacx ci
back, soiptimes to the waistline. ;"she has no flesh cross the back 'YuUer figures wiU select foun-strapless foundations with
So any jf all wardrobes that in-1 kept nder eontroit, a, that alternate elastic with under or over and betwi
dude these popular clothes must- . v 1 nanels of non stretch fabric' icups. r, ....
. lncluie Dra.1 praieut or eorseieii 50 tne sum ana svene who 1 .
to go under them. Straps that' favor a velvet or Jersey dress
sho in ack .'are as unbeautiful with no back 'at all will want to
(ni' thaf ehnw in frnnt . h'nm amnnfT th -nandeailX
The war to avoid having to that fit wide at the shoulders
pin or' liitch straps out of the anchor ." around the waist,
way all evening is to "buy new Dresses that are strapless, .ins ad ad-fall
fall ad-fall party clothes. This way, the ditioo, call for a strapless, bras-
.. littlA .Ind rlu inrta mnthA, elill
Ann inr ui wiu w eyT as uic
h wlHnc or an automatic w a s h e r to
between the manage., ,- J
extremely valuable as a reserve
force tor Civu ueiense," says
Jean.. - '
"Anvone who Blvcn the oppor-
tnnitv should b able to learn to
fly a helicopter,'' she explains
Riil jh f rt that i does take a
little coordination and pteviou ext
meal. ;'..; ,
That accounts for the hejrMumt
my-test and ability to drive' a car.
It s u gross under jijaiemepi ,10
say thai the present r 0 s t e r of
Whirlcy-Girls Is an unusual groud
ai vamnla. there i Mile. Vile-
r a Amira nf I'ons sureeon wno
won Ume in Indochina, j
. She Jearncd to liy a nciicpiur
and ihen carried wounded bac to
1 arpas thrnuuh Comrr.iIlUSt
gunai-fc In all, she, Hew Vii heli helicopter
copter helicopter missions and picked up
miro "Mian J wuuiwru. t ,.:..:
. Oilier, Whlrley-Girls include:
T,i- ;oi HudnickfOf OfrkersfieW,
Calif.-, who; operates a iieet of eight
heiLcSi.ters that ..dust crops. lros lros-puft
puft lros-puft fir nil and do stunt work Icr
the movies,.- among other tilings.
Newest'. Member ol the V
slva 'Whlrly-rtrU" oraanlaalioanK
la Arleno Davte of Clevelana, (X
-A ""ii' v
(Stylish as can be Is (his young y
llady, ready tor school. Aa.u.
aid to lasting beauty; both she
and dress are washable.
,;',.- JrZ' v '. "" Iniversity Patty's going to insieaa
Bosoms "come and go" in cloth Bra cut Is the secret in fitting of the men's college hed planned
laT flickinn kill- ninrnta amaaajla Itttn nhonttinM fir1aa Tho Kra Ml i "', a Jr ; D i w,
. . : .i i i
'attire ? lAJc
by' mrs: murieli iawrencs f ?5;B?il'efli
tiattv t ttnri hnv named Art
have been "going steady;: since
tney were uib juui',
The T.'s haven't like it. They
.....i cttu t knnw manv boys so
ihc can discover what she wants
! k...k.j ui,t u innv aa sne a
seen Art every day at aschool, no
separation was posswie.
Then. Art decided to enter the u-
T.VV.iipf that it's perma-L 01 me major cDinpiaimsr wnon one' goes to' a ne with
ing one, her belief tnat ll S periua married rhiMrpn it', r-irlainlv
nent terruies us.- - -jagair.6t their mature' wives and reasonable to except that such'
' hra U annlhrr perhaps mule' 15 sirmgem uieis as sail iree lypes
wiser and more truly loving view
v: t :
i a ipt
ing fushions', but a woman needs into changing styles. The bra cut on.
her health whatever the fashion. I for Empire, "easy," "gentle" w
nuirc. easv . acinic vi i .......
nr th. ronn uioirlnn hra tiict nlain flat hroastoH fashion! Write Mrs. T.! WC r. temDiy
too small or too 'large and th us has a smooth upward line. It won't' upset. What chance has the girl
trying to keep un-' with fashion'is relocate the bosom by 1 quarter, got to meet any other Doy $
X II 1.. i t. i... lU- 1U- ... I A .1 knv tlqil lllra till?
iwiiiiaiuy, i lOl an incn, uui it bihuuuii iiic tun- mi u (
' Many womtfti,, fho grandmoth-' tours so that the bosom fits the If the T.'s can t change Fatty -a
ers, have ruliicd bosoms to show iashion, .- ; I'mimJ about. Art, they aa Always
for an era wlun the breasts were A bra made for clothes with alter their own a little. ,
IrmmoH .Is,.... linlil ,.; ..... k!m.. !,.. (ha ntlitrril Vn IT'S natural for them tO UljSD
.. miip.nl. 4 .rr.. .....i.i 1 k.. it. ..... n.ri.iinii k.n!nif nfni,a nf ipprt.atri '.ffoine stead'A.
fiL, iiiunv uiiti iwtitu iiiifiiaj;t-.' auui,- lias ita uwu auinif,, wo -o- ;
It was 1... in. -p 1 le as all get out,' or built-in effect. Berause it's As parents.' we know that our do
hut r. riKiiitt ;ww '!it:tr,ii,c i mario Hnht intn thp hra i hp bra lpsrpnt is a terribly uncertain pet-
A too small, ill filtprl hra wiir ran xiill nrnvide the siiDPoiH it son. One minute,1 he's cOn'.emp-
nrnliifB th ca.no rociili if nm.: liirfhl tn ;nm, hra rlpvprlv put. tllfllS nf Olir ITIOSt OreCIOUS OP'
an wpars it tn nrnrlnffl' th Km.' nrnriupe Hip look of a larger bo-'nion: the next, he's seeking a pat
fire 'me this fall. A too-large hra,' som with no extras ai all. 1 of approval as Qb.cetly asapupuyi
f :d OMt v.i'h rotlon.or what-. It's dnno with ? sharply definnd His feelings r bout everything
have you, v. i Co its mlcndrd I' a wi.lo. Land umlcrnrath.- P.ut from crooners lo hair Styles are so
wi'k.'evcn n,iM.,h it may fill out racii bra purchase should be In tile changeable that we can't Credit
a hosomy costume. 'correct sire lor you. hi? "going steady" with m u c h
of the attachment betweerj:'?atty
and Art. - i u
ing them to take responsibility ior
their sexual impulses. ; .
tr Uamlno t h 1 1 responsibility
isn't the big lesson of adolescence.
what is it? '-
TllH! tpen-aers' daneer isr 'al
ways that boys and girls will re-
main sexuat onjeeis io eacn uuiei;
instead of becoming persons. Pat
ty and Art have survived it. lo
both, their altacnmeni nas uee"
the greenhouse that's been matur matur-ino
ino matur-ino tka nirlp unfixed sexuality Of
adolescence into knowledge of one
person, into deepening unuersianu
in and tenderness.
conversation consists of who has be taken into account when the
died, who is sick, and how their menu is planned. But. if o n e is
own diets are coming on a simpler' iet,: it's silly to
;.' .Hi ". .. 'deliver a long lecture about why
A good outlook makes palat-. the mashed potatoes .are being
able. conversafion. And this ap- refused.
pues io any age. eiiaim? . ,, rr I Fxtra-thort hir neeos as muvn ""-"- a
woman talks to Tier contempora- No matter how slim a' woman Jooinj twice week U often wi .?17S.Th7or snort""''
Ties about the deaths and illness becomes on a diet, she win ceasei Shamjw that Wakes Just the right amount "."LpjaW
.( 4U.1. ..i.i i.;.iui, Thl it i. 1L...JU.., ...'. i i.:j 7 t, .k... ttmm it haa a luctton cap ana r
.li-rf hair needs as much attention as a long bob. Shagt.,
Extra-short Wair rhi. amir woman uses a...,-.
of their mutual friends. This is to seem heanttfnf tn her kind
"living It; out," as the counselors she makes meal hours', tiresome
say. L with a list of diet develop ments.
But there is no, excuse for a if a mature wothan ean think
1- .. ...Aim n n 4a hftfA L. t a . t. ... .. iL
her family ta languor with t her children, she will temembet her
uicv.' iiici'W j 1 Mimsij irugrt; iu uukc uivai uuui tuir
for wrecking r dinner -table with versation pleasant and on a' mu-
ii- a( tl inn-o rn tfnn flncl 4. ..ii.. ...(kt.i.. i. binlntf
jr lung v mi w"- 7"- luauy ui'i'eiruiuie suvjuuig oiuiu;
It's hinted at what is waiting for
them in monogamy or what
famed Viennese psychoanalyst
viirW v. Vrankt palls the "culmi
nation of sexual rievelopmcnt, the
1 too! -By ALICIA HART. NEA Beauty Kdltor.
class had to he ruled out as a
tonic jf conversation, as did lec-
iturpa nn flpanin0 : lin llPlrnnmS.
Meals ere intended to be pieasam.
ana distressing topic
And," now that she Is the guest,
i...... ... nt ppnlv Inctarf
knowing many boys superficially
Is not necessarily one io ue a
shamed of. Indeed, if her parents
.,, ...l.i. V. attaph
mn as If PY1SH HOW inSlCaa liioiuic v ,':
So Patty's continuing wUh lo pride m it. and sistressing topic.
i ii iHr liar ..i.i.j.j-
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By W Edmunds Claussen
Copt. 1954 by W. Edmunds Clouwea, Distribute by NLA Semct, Im.
jidcj, against Emmett and Norring, to help Jean
t-v jTHB iTORYJean Cash, a youna,r woman who op operates
erates operates the Rafter C, is in a squeeze between the powerful
frank Norrina and her half-brother Emmett Cash. Frank
Ude. who rode to Cashtown with emmett, hasvvchosen Laying at the rear of the room
song. Involuntarily Frank, found
hii steps dragging. : He bad met
talent before but-, never in.., so
stnncB and ill-flavored a olace..
. ... ... e 1
H ntred me AinamDra ae-
NORRING felt hi irritation
rake against him as be took in her
denim-garbed figure, the dust that
discolored her boots.
- "I've told: you before what I
thought of a woman breaking hors
es. It's not a gentle tning, jean,
I don't like it." - r
- She shrugged. "It doesn't mat matter
ter matter .whether vou do or not"
That 'pinched his brows. Tine
talkFine for the girl who will
someday share my life. I ;dont
care'.to have my wife groveling in
the curt." v -r ,. ; ;t
'Your wife will have to nut up
with 'your dislikes, Steve. I lever
ahaiit I'll never be your wuei
He Dut out. a hand and touched
her. She cried sharply, "You can't
-wearme down the way you and
Emmett gentle your horses!"
Her warning was. wasted as Nor Nor-ring'i
ring'i Nor-ring'i arms drew her forward.
She pressed both palms flat to his
chesft pushing him. Her e y e s
shocked him with what he read in
their -depths. For a moment, she
struct fear into him. His hands
released their hold about her.
' "I "hate you, Steve. You had bet better,
ter, better, not call again.'!,,
FRANK watched -him across the
yellow banl of la mplight falling a a-cross
cross a-cross the porch, noting the angry
rap his half boots made oa the
floor planks. i
Then Frank caught another im im-nression.
nression. im-nression. this time of Jean moving
beneath the cone of lamplight She
was coming toward the door and
would probably come onto the
norch. not certain : how far Nor-
rin would choose -to carry this,
1 At that moment Norring threw
down his reins and started across
the waeon lane. 1
i "I wouldn't," Frank c a 1 1 e d
harply. "Keep right on with what
you were doing. The faster you
get off Rafter C grass the better!"
, He heard a hot breath rasp
through Norring'a nostrils. Then
the man's words Tapped across
the: ranch yard: ,-une wwng j no noticed
ticed noticed about you. A crooked nose.
Sometime in the past a fellow
bent it. A man's habits grow along
with him. Ude.. This time your in
terfering is going t lay that nose
- fANK held as much of his
raw aneer from his voice s nos-
sibi. "Be sure you pick a better
man than Milo Hackett when! you
try-fit, Norring. Ride on, before I
turn Rickety loose on you!"
' He saw Norring throw himself
into saddle and knew his thrust
ha cut. Norring's dark jacket
flipped open revealing a white pis pistol
tol pistol handle shoved into his Waist Waistband.
band. Waistband. He sensed the banker-was
-defeating whether to reach after
th gun. But he wasn't positive
exjctlyy where Frank stood. "Bet "Bet-terjiiot,be
terjiiot,be "Bet-terjiiot,be around when Lew Chantry-rides
up!" He struck with bis
spurs :and nis stallion reared.
Fftnk-felt sorrv for the horse; It
was gomg to suffer for whatever
- JearfXash had said.
He stepped thoughtfully toward
th porch. Behind him Tod Oru Oru-ryi
ryi Oru-ryi agreeable chuckle drifted out1
of a wall of darkness. His refer-.
eiffe to Rickety had made a hit.
, ataleast with one member, of bis
She said quietly, "I don't know
you very well, Frank, That'i not
fair to either of us."
Frank felt the twitching at each
' edge 6f his lips. No, J reckon
not. After ?hat Norring told ou;
n a oe nara u irusi me.
"Yes, I keep thinking- a boat
what Steve told men, and I want
your story. But I, said this wasn't
fair to either ef us the way it
stands. I mean it that way. Were
you with Emmett, when he stole
my norses? -.
"Afterwards.' he said, carefully.
His gaze searched her slowly."!
didn't know!, they were your hors
es, Jean, until I hit Cashtown.
They wore the right wrands. Ev Everything
erything Everything jibed with what he told
me." -' yi'xM '.'., :.'..
! "He's a good talker sne' smiU
ed. "Jbmmett was a fine boy, A
cute, lovable boy. That was the
trouble. We spoiled him badly.
Dad balled nim out nf a .jam ev
ery time he got m. He gave him
every chance, and remembered
him when he ; died. We should
have let him sit in jail a year or
so.'.'. She was silent, long period,
her facial shadows giving her gra gravity
vity gravity beyond her years.
He'd got into it deliberately by
riding to Rafter C he might just
as well get it over 'with., "The
way he had with his horse w a s
what warned "m about Emmett.
I don't Cotton- to a man who'll
Uke it out .k;bls animal.'
"and then; you saw htm shoot a
mount from" under a posseman
Waa that what decided you?". -i
"Not an easy decision." Frank
told her. "Emmett came back and
hauled my hide off the fence when
he had no call to. He saved my
life in the Signals. That made it
hard quitting when he's got no
triena in me valley, and too cock cocksure
sure cocksure of himself for his own cood."
She said quietly without man
ice, "wnatever mmett did for
you, he was expecting repayment
a dozen times." She let another
moment ride while ..she -watched
mm Keenly, i m sure you've
made up your mind to call on Lew
uiantry. isn't that right?"
He nodded. "I've -sot to straisht
en mat out aoout tne snot, or
we'll have nothing but trouble with
me iaw. ;
purposely. Bright light threw a
foggy glow around the cigar
smoking Hanging to tne enanae-
liers. The hush of a score, and
more breathless- men x met him
He saw a look of concern crowd
Jack Bamfort's face and knew
the man was disturbed by his re
turn. The fiddle player was
standing alone next to an idle
gaming table watching Lily ; The
shot through Frank. t
In Texas' IIAACP
TYLER, Tex, Sept. J9 (CP)
The National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People
today challenged -a. district
judge's right to hear a case for
outlawing the UAACP perma permanently
nently permanently In Texas.
. The case Is being presented by
Texas Attorney General John,
Ben Shepperd, who last Friday
obtained a temporary restrain'
ing order against the NAACP.
Judge Otia T, Dunagan opened a
hearing today on Sheppeft's re request
quest request to Issue a- permanent In Injunction.
junction. Injunction. .-; '
l:J( S:05, 5:05, 7:00, 9:05 p.m.
JEAN CASH sat forwaH In
her rocker, full lamplight falling
a gams; ner lace. "II vou need
friends In town, you'll find Rafter
C has them, Juan, the M e x iean
was one of Dai's closest. They
irau oeraea togatner from Texas.
xnen there's the Swede black
siith. Salute- when you walk up
his runway and be humming 'The
Battle Hymn of the Republic I
mustn't forget Hyman, the mu
sician, Dad willed Swenson and
Hyman their ahops."
Hyman, the tmn, dark' man
who showed too slainlv hii lov
for Lily Arnette So old man
Cash had given away shops and
his daughter bad the ranch with
no cattle left on it. "What about
DOC?": : f-'re 'i ,' 7 i x'i"5
The past Wat coming In with its
memories. ''I badn't meant to
overlook Doc. George La Tour
Drought me mto the world.'" Oh.
he's been a friend to the Cashes.
He was one of the pallbearers ; atj
uaas iunerai.- They'd been
mends since ; they were bovs.
Dad' was known tor sticking
through, the. t rough spots for a
friend, and so was La Tour. He's
probably on eld aoW but he's, still
the greatest man, left in this
He had most .of what tie
wanted now. the details could fill
themselves In,-. It made Cashtown
snap -to 'life, with its townsfolk
taking on flesh and bone for him.
When he walked W the Rafter C
horse. that Alex y had saddled
jean came off the porch. .'
"i ; realize : you ve got to see
the sheriff, 'and it's right. 'But
don't let Chantry get rough -with
you." ine reached toward htm
unexpectedly and let her hand
lay against:; bis ;arm, fWbat
brought you to this country.
rranitr A woman
Presently : be wst i aware
Swason reaching his side. The
smelt of forge fire, of hot steel
clung to the man. He turned
slowly, meeting the Swede's
sober head-on stare. "You in the
Alhambra?" he murmured with
open censure to his voice. ;
h" wmie sne sines, tne discs-
smith explained quietly, 'it's dif
ferent. A respectable man hear
THE blacksmith's gaze shifted
to the barroom with -- its cow-
punchers, and townsmen and
roustabouts' standing hushed in
the aisles, to the platform where!
HJly Arnette in white nun was
J 1 .1 M L
laKiDi uiese men away irora ine
roughness w h i c h filled their
existence, Swede stood with his
head thrust back, his heavy dom domineering
ineering domineering chin tiled upward, and
with deep gravity about him.
When -his look returned to Frank,
Frank knew Hyman was hot the
only, man in this- room that had
put the singer, oa a high plane.
Except for the courage given it
by Lily this would be a brutal
town without friendliness, with without
out without crace and without hope.
Swenson was frowimni stolid
ly.: 'Ain't you pulled your
freight yet?. Or did you (change
vour mind about the Rafter C
told, him; ,'Jean Cash, signed
me on."v .,-m'. .A
It was as though darkness "had
hovered overhead but now relief
softened Swenson' face. The
Swede continued to watch Frank
closely while he made up bis
mind. "That makes a difference,"
he admitted. 'Doc La Tour asked
me to find somebody to lend a
hand."-, :'. -,
Frank wondered If the' eook
who had scalded himself in deep
lard had taken an unexpected
turn for the worst. Juan ; Lo
pez?" he asked.
Swenson shook bis bead. 'An
other fellow I reckon you know.
He was shot a couple ', nights ago!
and been ndin around without
attention Doc's got to saw off
his arm while you and me ..old
him down. He's doing it while
LUy sings," :
' NAACP attorneys filed mo
tions challenging Dunagan's ju
risdiction jand" charging Ehep Ehep-perd
perd Ehep-perd erreor ln flllnsr suit against
133- branches of the NAACP In
Ot,hronrhi rn nnt lnvirrmr tH.
The MMMe ef SKepperJ's nrf
la that the NAACP 1 a ccrparatioii
viUint TeaM oreratio bwi.-
Dnnaean said he will decide at
the end of .the hearing about the
NAACP motions. The NAACP In
sists that its legal chapters are
not Incorporated and are snot
subject to corporation laws.
& it also charged that the state
Tailed, properly to serve officials
oi the haaup with court sum sum-monsesv
SheDpercT charged In his Petl-
tloiv for the restraining -order
that the NAACP' has cone "be
yond the limits of propriety and
law" in its Texas operations.
Ttday i wit irew out el an l-
MitafiM cendectej by rtprtn
tativat l Shtpar4 folUwinf tf-
HiH by the NAACP le.have Man-
fichf, Ta. hifb thool aJ Ttx Ttx-arfcaM'Jmifr
arfcaM'Jmifr Ttx-arfcaM'Jmifr Cellage 4frat-
- In both Cases: Inteeratlon at
tempts were ealled off when ylo
lence threatened. j -- v -. :-i
'Changed my imirid i"' Frank
. ST A t
RYAN MAYO HUNTER
SWENSON glanced swiftly
around him. "He s in the Corbin
House, In Lily Arnett's room
She: wouldn't turn down anybody
who was-: suffering.' We better
get going.; Doc's wanning :
Leo torbln owned the hotel.
proclaimed the : lettering on his
door. He was clerking behind
the desk when Frank stepped
serosa the lobby beside Swenson,
He : was short, thick-shouldered
and dark, with unruly, black hair
and dark, with unruly black hair;
and. saded jowls. A Navy re
volver was thrust in bis belt
beneath his waistcoat, -He in-!
dined his head grimly, : i ;
"Doc's in No. 9. I'll see that no nobody
body nobody disturbs him till-he sends
word he s finished la that room.'
'-Frank went in without nausina.
Dr.,, La Tour was watching 'j. hjm
over. me top rims1 of his f glasses.
A single lamp threw Us brassyj
glow against a sureeon s saw and
a knife on (he table. In the small
eorner.fireplace a fire burned and
nere a pair of sadirons stood
close to the coals. They sent
tneir oamp emu ovet Frank'i
back knowing they were to be'
used for cauterizing after the
"Ude!" the man cried weaklv
from the bed. When Frank swung
ma eyes ne saw jonatnan yates
: r t ' t
if ri i x
One.Of 4:Negro Children In DC Schools
Is: lllegjtrmafe Hoflse Probe Discloses
WASHINGTON. Sept. 29 (TJP) been conducted by Williams and
A city health official testified
today that about one-fourth 01
the younger Negro children at attending
tending attending Washington's integrated
school system, were bom out of
wedlock.. v- - ?v.-.-'-':
Howard West told a House ln-
yestiating, subcommittee that
Health Department records bhow
that Illegitimate births ; among
Negroes' here ranged from 213
per cent m 1950 to 2T per cent
in -1955. The ratio for -whites
ranged from 3.8 per cent In 1950
to 4.4 per., cent in-1955. ; i ::
"i lUaV' Jobn Bill ?WUIiame 1D-
Miti. aikad Wert: "Could it ui-ly-
be uid partkulariy .-with ref ref-rncM
rncM ref-rncM t the-yaunfltr hillri :
that eu f tvry fouf florti
chitirtn atteedinf public he'ol
fT dfnitl that would r- coi:
reet." West replied. 'vy.-'
The subcommittee nas been
holding hearings on problems
faced by schools In the District
of Columbia since they were in integrated
tegrated integrated two years ago. The Na National
tional National Association for 'the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored PoodIc
and Others have described the
hearings as biased, and called for
Most ot -i the hearings have
subcommittee chairman. James
C. Davis (D-Qa.). both ardent
foes of integration, yesterday
they rejected a Republican move
to postpone ., iurtner nearmgs
until after the November elec-,
tlons. -. . r ".
Willi M Fljhtsi f
:k DTJESSELDORF,1 Gerjnany, Gerjnany,-Sept.
Sept. Gerjnany,-Sept. t9 vry Britain's war-'
time "Desert Rats' wll meet
Germany's "Atrik Corps" en
a field of friendly strife Sun
day, It was announced today,
v Men of the British 8th Army
.today joined some 25,000 Ger-j"
'mans in eelebrat'rg the fifth
annual reunion of thai Afrka
Corps led by the late Gen. Er Er-wln
wln Er-wln Rommel, Bis widow is at attend
tend attend in r the meeting.
Highlight of the three-day
reunion will h a football
game Sunday pitting the "De "Desert
sert "Desert RatS" against the "Desert
Foxes.- 1,--:: :
collect it -was youS brought bim
here." - --,o, :-
And Emmett took him lb "your
office a couple hours ago,". S wen
son added aaeelv.
The gun in Yates' Band dipped
as he -concentrated to this talk
between them." The -sweat Bath
ered and rolled off bis forehead.
Than Frank movel. He dropped
his hand over the sun barrel and
Save a quick twist releasing the
utt from ihe 'suffering man's
grip. Yates's look shot up at him
with deep malice in his eyes. "I'll
make you regret that I hate
a,double-crosser. Ude- If I come
A I L. II. 1 t
wrougn mis you u never nave
moment's peace." ?
"All risht. Frank, At least van
know where you stand," La Tour
said solemnly, .ii ''In this town
you're poison, a You're. ; strych
nine." . ;,: ,,;'-''
At a nod from hii Swennoii
lunged after Yates':: imner ; tnnn.
"Hold- his legs." La Tour shot at
Frank and moved quickly toward
tne Deo. I don't want Yatea to
hurt himself fighting this.'? -For
a few moments the man on
the bed displayed v remarkable
strcnght in butting them away.
mu. 1.1 i a m
iuo uiacKsmun a great snouider
muscles grew rigid as he forced
Yates flat on his back. Then
Yatea cursed thickly beneath l.a
Tour's white ; cone.-, Chloroform
odor struck the room. Doc let
it arm slowly .onto the cone from
his can closely watchinr as
xates; rage subsided.
Vs i 1 j - t ,f
j rty ; v
Mit Itssle Cramer, chnf lu-
enruer ef tnttmchon im tha Dn-
trict'i tldnaRlary tchooli, told 'Hi
aubceminirtee it it "only natural" :
that Near ttachtrs gononlly art
"net a tatitfactary" aa whites i i-teachhif
teachhif i-teachhif mixed ciassos.
.She also said there should
have been city-wide testing of
pupils In advance of integration
rauier than .afterward, v. ;;
'ii the teachers Jhad known
more about, the children they
were getting, they wouldn't have
had o flounder, Mrs., Cramer
said., ,"Day by -day we learned
more and more things that-we
didn't dream. existed." r..
, .i- '''..".
I Sh. Mid. many Nejro chilJrtn
had n normal, home lift and a
niimbar had father or mother mother-at
at mother-at home.' She said school official'
''didn't realise the little children
were to teriomly deprived, tociel-.
ly and economically, at wai reveal revealed
ed revealed when wa saw them tit echoof.f
Under questioning. Mrs. Cram
er said WashlnRton school n
losing soma or their "bettftr stii
dente through white families
moving. '.v' .,
Mrs. Cramer, said sh rie-
Plored" tho nlnHnc nf fonr
cauaren or one race in a school
whose "puoils are predominantly
oi anoiner race. She said she
tnougnt inte6rrationwonirf wnrir
better if they were more evfmiv
STITCH IN TIME WINS PRIZES-Wede Gergen, of Alton
displays a picture of The Last Supper, product of his skill
sewing -machine. He won first prize In an embroidery
u tt u linn ,11111. .,.'.,'-.. - ....
're hared to kill." -f r'-' Win "f f f 'r
Tqsk:of Firing v IP JSalutes
FalliioTearn from! 64 AAA
She saw the darkening thai i.,nHin ..iri ,i..i ,k. k.j
m. A A m. J I ; J
crossed his brow and .added
gently, "Should I Uke back the
question?'? ; .v ..t-
"Nor -It's all right; It r was: a
relief to get away."- Wwr--
He thought her face lost some
of its shadings. She said quietly,
"wnat i want you to understand
is this: I trust you. I'll be wait waiting
ing waiting to here what happened in
Cashtown when you get back.
FRANK" rode Into Cashtown
usuik' a shadow-field side street
He tried the Rafter C black
loosely beside the Alhambra then
wheeled toward the entrance.
From the edge of his glance be
caught the impression of a man
with a limp hurrying, toward the
salejo. The dark, corded ; face
told him this was Swenson
Frank knew the Swede ; had
watched Jiim ride into town and
purposely chose to bunt him up.
He didn't care to face the black
smith's questions -and he crossed
the clank walk to the Alhambra.
Then as his boot touched the first
oorch boards Lily Arnette a ong
struck him. Momentary applause
board. He was folding a brass
chased pistol with his good hand.
bis face green with pain.- The
rank smell of bad fish touched
You've sot to ret that aim nff
him, if you "can.La Tour said
quietly. "I have the window
shutters bolted Outside and we
ain't got time till he passes out
He s been giving me trouble." -"You
ain't takimt this arm nff!'
Yates promised sharply. ?Now
that Ude s come he 11 make sure
you don't": v-. '.
Beside Frank the" Swede let out
a husky murmur; Frank looked
at- La Tour "Is it necessary,
Doc?" -.vv. ,..,:'
La Tour shrugged helplessly.
. "He a got the poison shooting
through him already.- The longer
we put it off makes it all the more
- FROM the other side of the room
tne iweciea let out a growl.
"So you rode with this bunch
Ude? That explains why Hackett
jumped you in the Alhambra."
Cut the cousin-kissur, doc
drowned out her singing. Then I said with a scowl. He was ready ready-this
this ready-this died and again he heard ling a cone framework that was
Lily's voice. There was a throb1 covered with white .gauze. "No
in her throat, a resonance to her matter what he wair Swede, I re-
When Doc had finished his look
swept 10 tne Diacksmith.
- duu. auve,r swede todl him
xne wild ones'
"Wild or not
clay, and thev
He was solemny taking Yates's
pulse and seemed satisfied. He
rooaea over to rrank,. his brow
creased. ''You were brought here
Decause we fishre vou on f
JBmmett Cash's, men. Swede rep-
range-the Rafter CJorrlng was
responsiwe in tne. first place and
of course, must never know thai
jonatnan jtes is here.'J i
J'l'm noWnger Emmetfi manJ
Frank, said evenly,. ,
x-a Tour nodded. "It e't k.
said this was done without j Em
mett s men beeinff fairiv trauit
I told Emmett this afternoon it
wouia oe, necessary. He didn't
show up,- apparently Chantry's
posse is holding him from town
There, has ; got to be jomeone
watching this room as n Hm..
Swede. .Lily must use that" little
.win mi eicepmg.;
"Her sitting room."
k WHEN, he waa through with
' "u)8Bi ne tested Yates
puis i once mor.ij Sweajnn-.
words came after him 1 1 ,,.
uon t get drunks If lie- waV.
up hollering I'm going to need
juu-ut uurry. - , .. .
w,h U. Ua V La Tour laid
witlra dark frown. Pausing in
!-.0 ''" he "brought his
sharp look around.,, "You can
leave anytime you want.; Forget
rSit?0."W' ex"pt nl Era Era-mmett
mmett Era-mmett asks." :
'. -i y '. v':: -:--.
"Em mett and I. are washed
up," Frank said once more
"Mavbe so." TW n j
But you got the look of the wild
traiu about you. You strike me
ue rougn annen".
"Why don't vou foli'v Umi
The voice caused them aU to start
LUy Arnett stood in the doorway
W MM II.UII i win
contest t the annual convention ol th National Association
nf Tna-MnnJAM 11..L1 1 1 Wf I.
,vai.dbuuivjuu ocwiu jnauiiue iveuerV in A.ausns viij jkhv
V WASHINGTON, Sept. :' 29
tTJP w The Democrats have
unveiled their answer to the Re Republican
publican Republican truth squads-, a "ue
' The first hnllptln reloasprl VAC.
iterday accused Vice President
Richard M. Nixon and other
GOP campaigners of six "mis "mis-statemnets.
statemnets. "mis-statemnets. However, Democratic National
Chairman Paul M. Butler said
voters have a right to .hold Mr.
Eisenhower responsible for any
GOP conduct "not. consistent
with decency and truth."
The Republicans first set np
nnitlv squads" in the 1951
campaign to trail former Pres
ident Truman and other Dem- 1
ocratie orators and challenge
what the GOP 'considered dis distortions
tortions distortions ot. the facts, They,,
were revived thfe year-:i
" The newaDsmocratic bulletin
cited what it termed three "mis
statements" by Nixon, one : by
Hall one by Sen. Homer Cape-
hart- (R-Ind.) and one by the
Republican committee publica
tion, -straighb IrOm the Shoul-:
der." ;....- '-i-
It quoted tbe Vtc president
as saying at Rapid City, S.D., on,'
Sept. 21 that "'for 20 years tin tinder
der tinder 'the Democratic administra administration:
tion: administration: the farmers never had
prosperity 'except in .war. i
. Actually, the Democrats said,
"during the period between 1932,
when the Republicans left of-,
flee, and Pearl Harbor, the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats succeeded 1a raising the
parity ratio from only 58 per
cent to 92 per cent
-T:. KO'.'TS WITH STEVEN STEVEN-SON.
SON. STEVEN-SON. i "i. 2d (UP) Adlai E.
iteveiiion drafted a long state state-menii
menii state-menii toaay spelling out his
three-point plan for meeting tht
"crisis" in American education.
- The Democratic Presidential
nominee, who Is headed for Min-'
nesota today, told a nationwide
television- audience from Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee last night that there has
been a iack-of "strong leader leadership"
ship" leadership" on school matters by tha
Eise nhower administration.
"We have -had, during thesa
four years, fine words, lofty con
ferences, 't and 'hiifh sounding
proposals about education." ha
wiid. 'W have had no action
ana no results." v
Stevenson sketched this three-
point program. In. his 30-minute
L" Formation of a "nationil
educationsL- policy." on. a level
with the country's foreign or de defense
fense defense policies..,. .. .;:
i: federal: money- for jwhnol
construction- and to rhelp meet
uie .snoriage oi teachers.
Z. A -thoroueh InvesttEntlnn nf
4 national plan for college loans
fne candidate said such pro programs
grams programs "don't come free, or even
cheap." f: i. .i-:.
yTBnt would say this: First,
the costs of these programs, are
sot-nearly so large as their op opponents
ponents opponents will try to pretend," he
said. ''Second.-1 think everv dol.
lar investedin a child's educa-
uon wiii be repald-r-with inter inter-eatln,
eatln, inter-eatln, his tocreased productiv productivity;
ity; productivity; as a member of the Ameri American
can American society and economy' he
"I .-"I am completely convinced
that the nation which can af afford
ford afford the best aiitomnhllF th
brishtest television sets and the
biRKesfc aircraft carriers in the
world can also afford the beat
schools," he continued?
-."Indeed we Cannot afford to
be pennywise, and tieople fool fool-ish."
ish." fool-ish." f levenson added that it
was, a .-oasiCj assumption" of his
prosr',m that all schoolchildren
would be "treated as completely
equal, resardless of race or creed
or color ot economic condition'
M. K, Tilo Te!!(,
ivi.ij iic.ij Uui ;
BELGRADE. Sent. 59 HTPl
President Tito accompanied So Soviet
viet Soviet Communist Party boss Nik-
wuirauuic, M J, MlbH vll JIU11
out "difficulties" in Soviet-Yu
goslav relations, an official
spokesman said today,
The disclosure by spokesman
Branko Draskovic was the first
official indication of the reason
for the mysterious flight by Ti Tito
to Tito and Khrushchev from Bel Belgrade
grade Belgrade to Yalta on Thursday,
The mysterious circumstances
of the flight had caused a atit
of speculation throughout the
world, with no one; having any
definite idea of why It was made.
But Draskovic's announcement
gave an inkling of what was, up.
"There are some : differences
both on state and party rela-
uuiis ana on a series oi otner
questions he sald.i "But it is
quite-a normal situation and it
Is a normal process to make ef efforts
forts efforts to sjolve such difficulties."
While he emphasized that tha
Miff...... M i 1 It I-
uiiici uiuca were nurmai, od od-servers
servers od-servers noted that he also em emphasized
phasized emphasized that "Yugoslavia never
yields under pressure."
TTniisual In orletn.' demanding! Is similar to that of the hand
In exactness and unique among I salute which" dates1 to the t era
ceremonies. the. gun V salute when knights raised the visor of
(TO Bl CONTINUED
sUnds today-as one of the most
inspiring of .muitary events, es especially
pecially especially when presented '.. with
the precision demonstrated ; by
members ot the USARCARIB sa salute
lute salute battery,, Btry JV.764. AAA
Gun"Bn. h ;
Since June4 the members of
this organteatlonas a duty ad additional
ditional additional to those organic to the
antiaircraft battery, have -carried
out -the .formality of gun
salutes for the general officers
and, foreign diplomats who vis visited
ited visited the Canal Zmvand who
wer entitled to such recogni recognition.
tion. recognition. v; -;-':"--:-.'L,v
. rhef lino. nther battery
the Canal Zone wbich performs
this duty so it Is unusual ro ib
the four re-vamped 75mm field
pieces located in the area ot the
anuaircraij univ u. wy
Fort Amador proper on Flamin
go Island. ? ?
were two or miw "ul -week,
1st Lt. Garnet G. Vintes,.
Buffalo, N.Y- acUng as bat battery
tery battery commander while 1st Lt,
Graven F. Wlnslow of Char Char-lottesvUIe.'Va.,
lottesvUIe.'Va., Char-lottesvUIe.'Va., to on leaye, aa aa-embles
embles aa-embles 2B to 25 men ot the
unit for salute .battery prac
MftfntAftFtVoii the aruns and
on the vehicles vhleh are7 used
to tow them' is taken- care of
every day of course. The prac-
t pp uaexsinns are tew ana so
more exacting since nothing in
military protocol calls for more
care. An error In a gun salute
could almost cause an. Interna International
tional International incident 5 ".
The origia-of, the gun-salute
. ,;.v v:; .. :.. : -.
their helmets to show that they
were friendly. Similarly the gun
salute began as a friendly ges gesture.
ture. gesture. '.-''- V-"t.ky r
. Years ago, tbe cannon were
a problem to reload. Since an
artillery fortified post tion
would be of no military se If
aU of its: guns were empty at
tbe same time, it was tne
practice to fire all of the guns
at one time to show, the Very
Important Person approaching
that his destinat.i e n was
friendly, t Through the years,
custom prescribed In practice
a specific number ef guns to
hei fired for m nerson ef a nar-
ticular rank. Even tne word sa
lute is a symbol ef frendship.
"It Is derived from' the Latin
alutare" wJhlch means to
"your good health" er tOi"your
aiety."." ; : -.. i v.
, The first assignment the.tnen
of Battery. D bad was to train
about 30 members of the Pana
manian Guardia Naclonal to use
the 75mm arhna so they could
properly salute the chiefs or
state of the governments repre
sented durum ine recent meri-
ing of the Organizatloiv, ;of
Members of Battery D Btood
by with interpreters while their
Panamanian counterparts took
care of the ceremonies curing
the meeting. t'--
The Importance of the gun
salute is that there never be
one more or one less gun fired
han rated by the person hon honored.
ored. honored. The number of rounds is
the mark of his position.
UNFULFILLED FROMISE With the wheat harvest in,
Duane Krugor, of Lincoln, Kan., drives a chisel to turn under
the atubble on his uncle's farm, north of Salina. Most of the
area had had less than an inch of rain and Duane welcomed
the flour's in V r picture. Eut they U-licd their promise r.i.
SIMPLY APPLY UGTC COLORS
A -colorful pic-
ir ;. :
r1'" 1 v 1
ture can be
mad to appear
in thl nun of
lines by giving
each area the bue
indicated by III
The design may
be worked out
with either color colored
ed colored pencil! or
BK ...... black
J? ....... yellow
6 ....... orange
O ....... green
. jii n ajtfe jL.Ufct. '- j ; '"'V;
iililil! 1 000
POLICEMEN probably take
f note of more automobile li license
cense license tags than anyone; but not
an policemen patrol superhigh-
ways where the Bow of Inter-;
state traffic is heaviest The i'
cal patrolman above, for instance.
Keep Your Numbers Grossed Her I
is a koou uric io re
member for your next party ;
or family get-to-gether. A hand handkerchief
kerchief handkerchief is the only prop neces necessary.
sary. necessary. v'J Y ik:--':"i W-V ;"
Hand youi bandkerchief to
someone and tell him to hold one
end in each ftand. Ask him if be
thinks It possible to hold a hand
kerchief in this way and,, with
out letting go of the ends with
either band, to tie a single over
hand knot in It H He takes the
challenge, let Mm try a few
times; then snow Dim lew: It's
The secret Is this; Put the
handkerchief on the table. Fold
your arms 1 across your chest
Pick up one end of the handker
chief in each hand (see Illustra
tion -1J. Then pull your arms
apart (illustration 2), and the
knot will be formed in the center
of the bandkerchief. s ;
ILLY is glad that bis Dad is a -1
do-it-yourself fan. For now he
has something new tat bis room
which enables htm to store a
great many playthings. Can you
determine what bis father, baa
constructed for him?
If not and you wish to see for
yourself, draw straight connect connecting
ing connecting lines from dot 1 to dot 3 to
dot 3, eta, until you reach dot
21. Wherever you see two num numbers
bers numbers near one dot, use dot twice.
Afterwards, you may wish to
apply crayons or colored pencils.
- 000 d
Is overwhelmed by what be re re-calls
calls re-calls of .the plate be glimpsed
on one "unusual day. ; He didn't
: get the details clearly. Can yon
help trim identify them?
Each of the licenses bears a
distinctive design or other clue
ROSS-DIGIT problems are
V solved similarly to crossword
prates with this exception: nu numerals
merals numerals are inserted Into the an answer
swer answer diagram instead f letters
1 A single digit is to be inserted In
to each square. sS
As in the crossword, answers
function across and down, ;
f:.";."'.i : ACROSS .:": ;
k -it 1. How many U.' S. President
i W bora m OhioT :'sh H
. 2.' The famous year "without a
1 summer", also known a agn-
teen Hundred and Froe-b
Death" was V'K
Large Size Week, January
17 to 27! How many dayTi I
. 7. rill a basket with plums so
fast that every minute yoif nav
tyriet as many as you had jUire
minutes before. How long will it ',
take yon to fill the basket, half
full, if it Ukes 12 minutes to M
B. A piano.
10. U 4 time this number Is
tfecreased by one-third of It the
remainder I 44.
It Eight minute to eleven,
03. HWlng in toupee,
1. O the Wonder of the
World" only still exist
' 3. Boys can enjoy -Scouting
from from age to :
; 4. Spelled backwards it means
'a mesh used for catching fish.
6. sicks! : O?'.
7. The difference In hundreds
of dollars between a U. S. Sena Senator's
tor's Senator's salary an J the Vice Presi President'
dent' President' salary.
9, The Maltese Cross is a whit
cross with how many points 7
-10. The sounds of these two'
number are to: f
- wondered what robbed m
of peooeHl slumber -. v
Till I happened io tMnk o
tnat green cucumber! ;
7 11. Magazines and newspaper
are "Class mail.
12. There are. kind of
pedestrians day, the quick
and the dead.
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uoa T-EI T9a-tt II-OI '8- II-
m-t.vai-t i-l-ewav eino0
Find the Numbers ?
Think you know' numbers?
Let see Here's a puzzling pair.
A. There is a certain number -between
five and six hundred
that give a remainder of 2 when;
It is divtded by 3, or 11 or 17
B. There Is a number which
when divided by four more than
Itself bas a quotient of li. What
g -SUB iXIS liUf IMSJtMV
indicative of Its place of origin.
Fourteen are States; one is a Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian Province. .-,
You are asked to study the de details
tails details carefully; then see if you
can decide- where each Is from. :
A place to write your answer
Is provided below. ; :
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f i '. e 16
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HIDDEN in the diagram above Is some something
thing something leading political figures generally
travel around. Sharpen up your pencil and
wits and see how soon you can Identify it
Start at dot 2-A and draw a line to 1-B.
Continue to 1-C. 2-C, 2-E, 4-G, 8-0, 7-H,
7-1, S-J, 6-L '
Start agaln'at 3-F, 4-F. 6-L 3-1. 8-H,
2-1, 2-K, 8-M. 2-M, 3-N, 8-0. 1-M, 1-U
2-K. S-L. 6-L, e-K, 3-K, 3-J, 4-J, B-L
( (dsswohp Wisdom from the Wble.
- By Cuocn Sheffer .j v
I The fourth book of the New
Testament '.'; ' ;.
5-Th If king of Tyre sent mes messengers
sengers messengers and material to Devid
-' (2 Sam. 5:)1
10 Jesus commanded that mee :
. l should not receive tbst which
was holy Mat 7:6) ;
14 Curved molding. -i r
W Musical study. V .:-'
16 Mount upon which a curse -was
to be placed Uut 1129)
17 Ses eaglea u- ,,
19 French painter.
Is Father of Gaddiel (Num.-13:-10)
20 Tanned animal's skin. -22
Most tractable. ' :'
24 Name changed by Jscoo- to
Bethel (Gen. 28:19)
25 Fossilized vegetable resin.
26 Vertical part of step. ;
29 Those in power. '
Sft Foreive. . i:
S4 Sister of Area
35 Son of Haran (Gen. 11:31)
36 Close by.; ;-
37 Eccentric wheel-part
40 Number of virgins In
parable (Mat 25:1)
41 Expiated. ...
43 The wise virgins took this
t with them for their lamps
45 Of punishment
46 Tennis point
50 Roman coina f
51 Of the descendants of Shera.
58 Butter substitute.
5 5 The wsges of sin CRom. 6:23)
61 Riding whip.
ABOVE Is an example of bow perspective can lit literally
erally literally figure. ;
' Can you arrange digits In' the eight small circles
so that the sum of the digits in the four comer of.
eacb of the squares Is 1ST You may use any digit as
many times as necessary. See If you can do It In
lea than five minutes.
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ippiaS :t aoi dot 'Ansiuon-ion SaipwJ Omqinod o
I sjq 'Mam in )as o pnJ noX n noinu imjjw
, t p)ndHa n 'imuu Suiino) uaquina jo nonvaiqinoa -;
ivy -8su)ji 11 Usui jo )H4 e i MU iHi
TEST OF GOOD MIXING
ITS often startling to learn the Ingredients of tome
of the simplest things about us. a you may dis discover
cover discover m this test One of three answers 1 correct
. for each 'question. How many can you answer cor correctly
rectly correctly T y: : , t
1. We wouldn't be alive without this combination
oxygen and nitrogen. It give u:
a, water k. chloropbyD e. air r
2. Mix rain andsnow and the result Is:
f a, hall b, tog c sleet
Z 3. Mix' yellow paint with blue and it becomes:
,. a. brown v. green c. olive drab
' 4. Freeze a mixture of cream, egg, sweetening
and flavor and the reult Is: v
t s, loa cream b. tapioca e. Torkshlra podding
5. Mix nitroglycerine and tnfusorial earth (stand
. back when you do!) and the result Is:
a. dental floes b. dynamite e. cellopnane
: iuso :sik; wjo t wi t wi
Now draw 2-N, t-R. J-X. 2-X, Vt, 3-T,
6- 2, 8-Z. 10-Y, 11-X 12-X, 12-W,
13-U, 13-S, 15-R. 14-R, 14-Q, 17-P. 18-N.
17-0. 1J-N. 15-L,1-K, 15-K. 15-H. 18-0.
,17-G, 18-E. 17-E, 15-F, 13-F. 7-B.
7- D, -D. 8-D, 6-C 4-A, 4-B, 3-B, 2-A.
It' only fair to reveal that the subject,
ts turned uoside down for which there"
are those who contend the same politico politico-are
are politico-are responslW.
2 Prayer ending.
64 Weary. .;.
65 Seed contained. ;
66 Moral taint ,
7-Commlnuted rock material. ;
1 The 29th book of the Old
2 Fairy tale monster.
3 Biblical city (2 Kt VhVto i
4 Cuddlea Ml
8 The Paltlts (3 Sam. 23:26)
6 Roman road.
7 Floor covering.
8 Takes sway, in law.
a Saul's older daughter (1 Sam.
" 14:49) '.
13 Slash. ; '
21-Father of Url (1 Chr. 120J
23 Son of Zebulun (Gen. 48:14)
25 In what city were the disci disciples
ples disciples first called Christians?
26 Repair auto tire.
27 Choleric. ".. .... s
28 He was a leper (Mat 26:6)
29 Bombycid motha
31 Bishop's headdress. v
33 Canvas shelters.
35- Guided. 4
36 Babylonian god.
To ngue Twists
SEE how rapidly you can repeat
the following aloud without a
Glenn Grew blew blue glass.
Caesar's shoot was sharp, shrill
and ceaseless. :,
O OH. aUag FeatnrM STadlest. lae.
the scene does
not come forth
. ; Nearly all teg'
'menu must be
filled in to see it
or ten of u
: And TEH are
SLBVSS or six
0 as .
- Whatever, can
, we bef ... ..
nqqll vn jo
DBW RKPORT8 on eelect new
booJIcs: 0 Inferett to Aome
oratsmen. fcobbylstf and eolteo.
lor. Selected by Clark Kinnaird.
Veterans' Benefits, by P. L
Rosenteur (Simon A Schuster,
028 page, paperback: 3D. How
servicemen and servtcewomeh of
the Spanish American. World
War L. World War Q and Korean
Wars can obtain deserved shares
of cash benefits, free services,
free land, special rights, hospi hospitalization,
talization, hospitalization, pensions, etc dis dispensed
pensed dispensed by Federal and State gov government.
ernment. government. -, 1 u. '' i
Siamese Oat Book, by Vera M.
Nelson ( AU-PeU Books, 136
pages: 32.60). Admirable write write-up
up write-up of the Asiatic aristocrat, of
the feline world plus a special
chapter on genetic by A. C.
ciples that rule the Improvement. word '""f
of any kind of Mock, Including n bortaontu
the human-but given the least row,wU1 etai?
attention, it seems, by the totter. WdaWe
T IT take one
each cut, how
to cut a 10-foot pole into ten
equal pieces? Watch for a catch,
awoiui .npj sv jm ij
vyrHAT l your
, W favorite pus pus-tie?
tie? pus-tie? Ther are
many that neer
grow' old. ; Here'
on for Instance,
that has never
lost It popular popularity.
ity. popularity. On wall of a
prison .1 ."sur ."surrounded
rounded ."surrounded by a
deep, lOft, wide
'moat running be between
tween between It and an
outer wall (see
diagram of pris prison
on prison yard at right).
One day a prisoner who was serving a long
term'dlacovered two heavy plank leftIn
the yard by carpenters. These suggested
that laaclt of the
sft Re-rent f
42 They were exhorted to "Praise
the iord" (Pa U7:l) : .? :,
44-Divides in two. ., v
46 Stress. :
tt- -rr-- tt,
w W W'
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I Xv 2-rTo I I I
Yourself Some 1
. A, jsj Ml
system of trial and
space with let letters
ters letters to form short
word the same
letter tat eacb
When the correct
Hti fnrtTi letters w we Key
to note now many
short words can
minute to mak
long will it take
be thusly evolved from almost any long word.
Answers are given below for those who give up,
DOES THE MAN ESCAPE?
. : ...
n. m dlimiaved. however, to discover'
H was aumayea, nowever, .-.s
plank wa 9 ; feet U1 uji
Bl-r-Cieansing sgeni. .s. ;
,52 Italian saUor's saint
M-Csse for smallsitlclea
' 55-Assam silkworm.
58 Mornmg (poet)
7-Went swiftly. u
60-Fsther of Berechlah U Chr.
Blocks to Try
In skeleton form
In the diagrams
at left and be below.
low. below. How quickly
can you complete
V To solve, copy
each of the let-
' ters now showing
in the empty
Then,, using; a
In the remaining
s x. ..set-.
1 in i ;
u d&'r irr;
inches long, Just short of reaching across
to .the outer wall. But then he used his
wits. Can you figure out how be placed
the plank to get away? ; ; t'J
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am man jsuio ui Dn lutod w
wm sjvqd euo aeaeta H ee :
Its Your Move
(1 .. KM ; mm fell
mm mm mm- m
. j SMS . STI KK
1 "H vHRtfil,1
YHEN you find yourself with
W one checker against two In
'a game, the best you hope for Is
a draw. Here's a checker poser
In which White goe on man
. down to win. ? The problem;
White, moving upboard, to move
and win In five move.
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SI-OI Via "SI-61 IHM 008
S glolOV-'lvlell llHNHoF
CBuss'iroko rczzuB sotcnoa
A registers either boredom or hunger for thecSmerafnan, jwho didnt get any closer,
ni MM. ... JLiirlml IIkmui
aiifoift. Aft i nm mirsf
, PAUSE IN DAY'S OCCUPATION Two employes of a hotel n Venice make the ; SWORDS OF HISTORYBerf Cble'of 'Bdise; Id., Shows' '.,
jv most of -a pleasant pause in their day'i work. The pleasant part of the pause was -off part of his swerd. collection, -which he's, been build-!
.;. wiV zegna, miss itajy oi jaao wno waucea ieicnmgiy inio ine notei in ner snort ,mg ,lor. 25 years. .On, tfte wall are .Malayan, krises and
. shorts. In top photo, she smiles at the photographer and then strides along. Those he is holding a two-handed broadsword used by the '".
. V; two- employe-raftd wis can't blame them- didp't even jiotice the photographer, f Crusaders. Otiier is" a "left .handed one' from movies
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FORMAL OF THE FUTURE In a sharp .break with the
KuU nnnnmi(ii V1 ifil nvtl trU!iA n tit a nor! maw'c formal wv -m
wea will .k somethM WHOfPER OF A RADISH George Blanchard has been a farmer for forty years,
i' we"s b ocaded S
? JISSSfjSLShSi n m'atNew Sot; Romona He found this 2-pounder in garden of his Croydon,, fl, farm.
A DAY FOR STROLLING IN PARIS The weather was ideal so hundreds of Parisians went for a leisurely jaunt in the sua This scene looks ;
, X along the Quai aux Fleurs. The whole area Is about half a city block long. 'At far end are the buildings of the world-famed Palais de Justice.
" King Features fyndicatc
HE LIVES ALONE ;
"TfTHILl! OTHER BOYS of 14 yearso to school in, crowded classrooms, Tommy i
. fV Williams has a classroom all to himself at the West Virginia penitentiary
t rin.'Mpundsville. Tommy", .tht-prison's youngest convicOlso plays alone, eats?'
4 "flone, rooms alone and walks alone. He is sertihg a Jife sentence. for. slaying his':
Cub Scout playmate, David Powell, 9. Only, the jury's recommendation of mercy
" 'saved hirn from tHe electric chair. Sinct then, his closest associates have been the I
gunrds and Deputy Warden Roy Adkins. Besides the loss of his freedom. Tommy
i,. misses the close companionship of his twin brother, Joseph. Tommy says, "I feel J
V, bad for what I did. I read my Bible. I pray .for David.'.' He's resigned to his future. ;
4 Schoolroom is ampty when Tommy $hws vp. like everywhere t!, he is etona,,,
Tommy looks ouf his barred door at the pen. He is kept away from othtr inmates.
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GEORGE M. HALL
PANAMA, K. r, BI7NDAT, SEFTEMBER 3, 195S
FRAMED HERE is the first lock at Gatun, and dint in the distance are the control tower,
emergency dam. and. other appurtenances. .' I 1
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FRAMED HERE is the entrance U the rhannel from Ganiboa to Fedre Miguel out of Gatun
Late, Th tewnsitc of Gawboa to n the left.
FRAMED HEBE are the Mirafloreg Locks 'and Bridte, .Sosa Jlilf. and a hint of the town of
Da i cos iu me distance, tne ncini e me snip ureases swans ine wcas eoniroi tower.
i.sa.-l urn Htmtvrmm-M
COUNTRY GIRL from Oca. She does not know what lies be
yond her native Tillage. .
i ;'-"' t t
RALPH K. SKINNER turns running the iguana in
- v ; ' I circle, and then be is sure to lose.
That mend, of Georee Hall's on aa tht r..u n th hack en.
the cover is an iguana. -Althougli ver is almost the equivalent of the
uiey are harmless animals if leit United States Uncle Sam. Vssco
alone, they appear somew h a t Nunez de Balboa has the distino
startunj at close range, especial- tion 0( haying the dollar value of
ly when the hackles on their necks panam, .currency named after
are elevated. I him wen ax the town where peo-
r-'.r ... v. ,.v Iplo in Ancon will get their mail
Called "tree chickens' bv the 1 i. nt
Panamanian natives, they are con-, Balboa's big real estate deat,
sidered excellent eating by many perhaps the biggest in the world,
people. George likes uieir eggs, m be known to recent ar ar-too,
too, ar-too, but I like both eggs and meat riv,ig on the Isthums so It is re re-from
from re-from two legged cmckens only ,.,a h-r. Whm Balboa dis
- -t j V il i claimed not only the occean, ho
In the dry season, iguanas pro- .T,imMi fnr snain. However ho
vide fresh meat for many natives.' nnlv?the ocean, but
It is interesting that although they fcn ian)is touching the ocean.
appear m ue i ai runiiinK, uicj; q,,, day in the fresiaencia, a
actualry lire so qulcky that familiar face was seen among tho
native can run one down and catch several attractive girls working
it simpiy py wring ii ouu i Me R was Fmllia Arosemena
Sometimes two natives takes who was the Jtiist Mis Panama,
REMEMBER when they were building the Tornmen Airport
administration building? It, appeared they started at the third
floor ana bull aown.
- CITY Cir.L. Emit Arosemena, the first Miss Panama, ap ap-.
. ap-. peared in movies in Hollywood, and Is now employed at the Pre Pre-niiencia
niiencia Pre-niiencia where tiiis picture was taen.
She appeared in a movie In Holly-'
, bpeaning of real state' deals, deals,-the
the deals,-the city of Panama eot old mighty
fast, a few years ago'. By extending
the city limits of the present, city
to include Old Panama,' then the
present city "was able to assume
the founding dale of the original
Panama City, which was August
X5, 1519. -
' The sign erected outside the To-,
cumeit Airport reminds one that
the King of Spain called this Capi-1
tal city, "the very noble. and very!
loyal city of Panama." ,
There is "also a claim that this
is the oldest city on the American
continent, .' Some South American
countries might challenge that
with cities of some size built by the
Indians may centuries ago. . i
The imposing airport adminis-
tration building at Tocuraen was
a long time abuilding. And for ,a
long time, the third floor appeared
to be completed .while the first'
"SCISSORS GRINDERS may not be unionised yet but they fet U take siesta anyway.
and second floors were definitely
unfinished.,. v u,- t
. Since so many planes seem to
leave rate or arrive late, it is handy
to have the restaurant there. And
it is pleasant to sit there in aiicon-'
ditioped ponrfort 1 aiidt watch the"
airport activity putside" while you
have a bite to eat. -.'..oa .- ;.
Because the road to Tocumen Is
so good, it reminds one that the
interior road is not good after you
leave the concrete.. Good news is
that much road work, will be done
in the dry season, and that improv improved
ed improved bridges will be put in serveral
places.' -.a,: .
I am looking forward to the first
of the year with its balmy weather
for a trip to the interior, i :t
- Especially we would like to re
turn to Ocu and determine if some
of the people still wear. the. mon-t
tunos, as they were doing until
quite recently. -. I
clock, in that little village of Ocu
- (Continued on Page i
WHEN It WAS NEW, the Tocumen Airport sign told that Panama City wa" founded In 151,
HOTEEX AND CHILD an nnmistakable dimity and naturalness;
ROCKHOVND'S DELICHT. The little hetel at Oeu is made largely froaa chunks of petrified
wood. There's mere Mt in the llanoa.
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501 owes. 18.170 Central AvtNui rrwti Htm anb Htm Struts
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FO SIX MONTHS. IN -v SO -. IS OO
r" tsaa m APiwtwf. IB SO 14 OO
- : By Dorothy Donnelly
The iintyp. tune the locusts make,
Scarlatu-like, among, the green
fnaramellsd grasses, pulcking lutes
of parchment wing with plectrum leg,
ticks off in tones itinerant lives,
and tella in tryst-inviting trills .
how love, in miniature modes
and minor forms, perpetuates
the constant, shapely themes of things,
and on melodic clocks records
transient, true, and treasured bliss.
THE TREES, THE BIRDS
". By Charles Merman 1
Gold air, which cannot hold
A wind that is half light and heaves j C ...
Green branches into glass and gold,
Is raging -now among the leaves,
While all about go birds in flight,
Of nothing made but golden light.
Now In panic, now In dance, 1
The leaves leap and are turned to light
Or glass, upon another glance
And once again are lost to sight,
While in and out flash birds untold, ,.
Of nothing made but light and gold.
?' By Howard Mosa
Dear, on a day of dumb rain,
When cats sleep and trees grow,
v And, outside the wlndowpane,
Imaginary fish How, v-
We, as lovers, lace our arms
Securely round each other's back,
Hoping to stave off lightning's harm,
To counter thunder's crack.
, Then pleasure Is as easy as
; The body's closeness, and the mind's:
v There Is a kind of love that has
Them separate but body finds
Body too tasteless without thought,
- And lovers feel, when face to face, '
That merejntellect falls short, ..
Short of an embrace.
J. Dwindling, the slim tain makes us seem
As green as any world that grows;
. Intransitive in sleep, we dream
' Ourselves Curled tighUy as the rose.
; Whose bud we eannot praise too much: ' V
This is the start of every song
.. That no philosophy can touch s
And only the dead are wrong.
" AM Poems Courtesy of The New Yorker."
- - (NEA Telephoto)
FLOSSY BOARS ACROSS DELTA Water whips over the seawall at Lake Ponchartrain, La.,
as Hurricane Flossy slammed across the Mississippi Delta, passing east of here. The first
1958 tropical storm to hit the U.S. mainland. Flossy drove thousands of lowland residents
from their homes in Louisiana and Mississippi.
I tw r
"Sure they've got JV etts, frut I serve refreshments!"
The Washington Merry-Go-Round
ly DREW PEARSON
EDITOR'S NOTE Drew Pear
n. ..after .a tour ..of tbss. Mid
dle East, is en route, home. This
Washington Merry-uo-Kound re release
lease release is written by bis J u a 1 o r
uordon McDonough (K.. cat).
who looks and votes conservative,
baa always opposed welfare bene
fits with one curious exception
he has voted down the line Jo aid
This solicitude might have
sometbins to do with the fact that
he has loaded the government
payroll with relatives. They auto
matically snare in most federal
No congressman Has voted as
faithfully as Mcuonouen, tor in
stance, to increase federal retire
ment. His office pesters the House
and Senate Civil Service Commit Committees
tees Committees with questions on each new
retirement measure. The ques questioning
tioning questioning inevitably gets around to
now congressional employes will
benefit. .y ''--y ry-'"v"'i
Here are relatives .who have
profiled from his votes:
Ter. days after McDonough was.
sworn in as a congressman id
1945, his wife, Catherine, went on
the payroll for $2,340. Each year
be grew more generous, and
gradually he tipped her salary to
For 16 months durini 1919 50.
the congressman also kept his
son. Gordon. Jr.. on the Davroll
for a salary ranging from 3,600
to t,ouv. ine aay ne leti ine pay payroll,
roll, payroll, his brother-in-law. John Man Man-nelly,
nelly, Man-nelly, was substituted in his place.
Mannelly started at $2,800, now
gets $4,300. He has ""never
worked in the congressman's of office,
fice, office, doesn't even live in his con congressional
gressional congressional district. Mannelly has
another full-lime job "with the
M and M Audit Company of Los
Antrcles. When he finds time to
vis McDonough's district
and wore for tus eonsutuenls
At the same time Mannelly Is
drawing pay from. Congress and
the Audit company, be has also
collected two $500 checks from
the Republican County Central
Committee for bis services as
McDonough s campaign manager.
Mannelly' wife, the congress
man's daughter Lucille, also spent
IS months on her father's payroll
in 1951-53 at a $3,000 salary. What Whatever
ever Whatever she did for the taxpayers
must have been -done at home
where she stayed with her four
. .." Frf oiHeo -
McDonough has another unique
arrangement with the Coast Fed Federal
eral Federal Savings and Loan Associa Association
tion Association which provides him with a
private office, free of charge,
when he's in Los Angeles. The
office comes complete with free
secretarial service if he needs it.
For this generous gesture, Mc McDonough
Donough McDonough is indebted to the -com
pany's president, Joe Crai), who
also contributed to the famous
Nixoa ilubh fund.
It is not. however. a one-sided
deal. McDonough happens to be a
memoer of ihe House Baniung
and Currency, Committee, which
has life-and -death power over fed federal
eral federal savings and loan associations.
His votes on the committee have
consistently been on the side of
the real estate interests.
His voting record has made him
the fair-haired boy of both the real
estate lobby and federal em
ployes. In fact, he is one of only
six nepuoucans endorsed py the
Note: This, column, unable to
reach Congressman JAcDonough,
talked to his son Gordon. Young
McDonough explained that many
congressmen keep relatives on the
payroll, that bis father employed
only relatives who merited it,.
Ike's Forebears r
Washington Whirl Genealogist
ietue Major nas checked, on me
life span of 50 Eisenhower ances ancestors.
tors. ancestors. Her research shows that the
President's forebears lived to an
average of 74. ; Ike is strange strangely
ly strangely sensitive about his Barents' re.
ligion. They were Jehovah's Wit
nesses, though the authorized bi
ographies call' them "River Breth
ren.'!. .. .Both Ike and his broth brother
er brother Milt checked the manuscript of
Bela Kornitzer's book, "Story of
me rive Kisennower Brothers."
Afterward Milt privately asked
Kornitzer to delete a reference- to
their parents membership in the
Witnesses-sect v .-
William Gereer. who Is Investi
gating D. C. schools for a special
nouse suocommiitee, gave away
his true purposes in a recent pn pn-v
v pn-v a t e conversation. "W e a s eJ
Willie,!' as he's known in Mem
phis, was 1 overheard remarking,
We don't expect to do any good
m uie. fisinci. .we warn to snow
the South that integration hasn't
worked in the District of Colum
bia and won't work in the South,
v Rogittored Protest
Atomic enerev bosi lit
Strauss recently sent registered
letters to Sen. Clint Anderson (Tt
N.M.) and Congressman Chet Hol-
ifield (D., Calif.) demanding that
iney wimaraw critical editorials
they had inserted in the Congres
sional necorov unimpressed bv
the registered protest, they re-take.
fused. . Sen. John Williams (R.,-v
ueij nas confirmed this column s
report that three Senate r aides
profited on the Northeast Airlines
stock-market leak. Williams didn't
mention that they are Sen. Styles
Bridges, (R., N.H.J three top
aides Chester Wiggin, Richard
Eddy and Thomas Shannon,.
; Phony Figure
The Agriculture Department ap apparently
parently apparently underestimated s 1 o w
drawling, v tobacco-chewing Sen,
Kerr Scott (D., N.C.) and tried
to slip him some phony figures on
soil bank payments last week.
The farm-bred senator suspect suspected
ed suspected that the Eisenhower adminis administration
tration administration might be trying t o buy
votes by-rushing farmers their
soil bank payments before tho
election. He asked the Agriculture
Department how much had been,
paid out in North Carolina, Mis
sissippi, Minnesota and Iowa.
"The latest figures," he speci specified.
fied. specified. '-
The department furnished him
figures that turned out to be a
few million dollars-short. On bis
own hook,. Scott got photostats of
the actual, confidential figures.
When he compared the two sets,
this is what he found:
The Agriculture Department re reported
ported reported Iowa bad received $39,000,
"ihe photostats showed the actu actual
al actual figure was $54,515,272. For Min.
nesota, the department claimed
$9,973,948; the photostats showed
$10,813,858. For North Carolina,
the announced figure was $3,7a2.
994, the true figure was $3,931, $3,931,-965.
965. $3,931,-965. For Mississippi, the claim
was $609,000 as compared to an
actual total of $749,351.
The photostats also revealed that
farmers in 45 states, so far, have
collected a whopping $260,998,747
for plowing under crops. Original Originally,
ly, Originally, their payments were-supposed
to be mailed from Washington.
But in order to squeeze the
maximum political juice out of the
soil bank program, the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans have been handing the mon money
ey money personally to each farmer.
NOTE Senator Scott, normal normally
ly normally a patient man, got his dander
up over the phony figures. He sent
his assistant. Bill Whitley Storm-,
ing over to the Agriculture De Department
partment Department 'Sheepish officials ex
plained they had made a ."mis-
Don't sit and wait
for "Lady l uck"
Go and meet her
It's a "casf lor
, ,.4 7",.,,, t i ,,,, i
uplus Deal With India
By PETER EDSON
WASHINGTON (NEA) The
much-touted 300 million dollar
"sale of U. S. agricultural com com-mnrii'les
mnrii'les com-mnrii'les to India, in final analy
se m turn out to be another
well-meant device that, ends up
br losing the taxpiyers' money.
Soma 55 million dollars of the
"purchase price" will be given to
India outright as thinly disguised
foreign aid. i ; i j
Announcement r of this agree-
UICUl 111 WiMII.IgvVFM 1VW
Delhi billed it as the biggest deal
quantities of U.S. farm surpluses
which cost money to store. In the
case of the new wheat going into
the deal, it will prevent this grain
from moving into surplus stocks
wtich would cost still more mon
ey to store.
Secondly, India needs the foods
and fibers she is getting to raise
tha living standard of her people.!
Also, India -needs the eonomoic
aid she will set from plowing the
rupee 'purchase price back into
her .own economy. So a huraani
mvpt nppnliatpd for disDosal of tartan- end is served. .;
U.S. farm surpluses. I 'This deal comes-.when foreign
This is true, although only economic aid is supposed to be un
about 30 per cent of the wheat, popular. The last Congress cut
India gets will come from vgov- direct appropriations for It to the
ernment surpluses. The other 70 bone. It would appear that as a
per cent will be new wheat, pur subsidy aid 'for the American
chased on the open marBet. farmer, it is expected to be more
If all the commodities Koine to palatable.
India under this deal came from All of the cotton, rice, tobacco
U.S. Commodity Credit Corpora- and dairy products included-will
tion holdings, their cost to the come from government surpluses
government would bej reckoned atj except the wheat. Under .a new
from SOt: to 600 million dollars, polic) effective Sept' 4, -CCC
Sold for 300 million dollars, this stocks of wheat are not released
Vashingfoh I4pws Nolcboo!;
Canal Chatter Undercover 7ork
Visitor Look Alikes Relaxing
. By DOCGLAS LAKSEN and KENNETH O, GILMORI
WASHINGTON (NEAV Guest,
at a recent party thrown by Adra
ANeign iJurxe, cniei oi navai op operations,
erations, operations, asked the waiter for a
"Come again," said the puzzled
"No water," the guest ex ex-Dlalned.
In the same category "Nas
ser Martini" is one that's very
dry. ; ; : : il '-''
would represent a 40 to SO per
cent loss, which is quite a dis-
. COUnt. -' -i v
in addition, the United States
will pay i from 54 to 60 million
dollars shipping : charges to get
rid of the stuff. . r
- l'he sale is not for dollars, but
Approximately 235 million dol-
i-i iu :n u
for direel export sales. They may
b used only for "payments in
kind.": : t .;.
Under this policy, the cost of
the wheat going into the deal and
the resulting loss may be re
duced by about 100 million, dol
lars.tlt would work like this:
Sad an Indian buyer contracts
with a U.S. exporter for a mil
lion bushels of wheat. The U.S.
immediately reloaded to India at! export subsidy on international
still undisclosed terms. Some 55
million dollars of this must be
-used to aid small, private busi business
ness business in India's socialist economy.
Another 55 million dollars'
worth of rupees will be given to
India as outright grants. o
: The final 1 million dollars'
worth of rupees, more or less,
may be used to pay the expenses
of U.S. diplomatic and technical
missions in India, or to buy stra strategic
tegic strategic materials like magnesium
' lor U.S. stockpiles. ; ?
The deal has two principal points
in its favor. It gets rid of sizable
children, Patricia, 10, and Julle.lleave, he can move through a
Other night veteran congres
sional investigator. Sen. John L.
McClellan (D-Ark) attended the
annual fashion show sponsored by
the Julius Garfinckel store at
which the latest European fash,
ions are introduced. A model
came out with a huge, billowing
coat by a Rome designer, and
Italian Minister Egidio Ortona
turned to the senator to ask bim
what he thought of the number.
"Can t vsay mat i m carried
away with it. the s e n a t o r
drawled, "makes me suspect that
Just then the model opened the
coat, revealing gorgeous figure
8, while Mrs. N. accompanies the
V.P. on part of nis campaigning.
Grandma, by the way, is a spe special
cial special favorite of the Nixon girls:
They have ii formed their parents
that it s okay u mommy and dan dandy
dy dandy go, as long as "granny" stays
At am embassy fling the other
night a lady rushed up to a gent
with a large mustache and twit twittered:
tered: twittered: 1
- "I think you're : wonderful. I
watch you on TV every week
"I'm a o r r y. but I'm not
Groucho Marx," replied Wash
ington P. Bermudes, minister
counselor at the Uruguayan em
A' carbon copy of the TV co comedian,
median, comedian, Bermudex is used to the
mistaken identity, only dilfer
ence at first glance is that he
doesn't smoke cigars.
If you want to learn how to re relax,
lax, relax, you should watch Walter
Robertson In operation
The affable. Virglhia-born as-
sistant secretary, of state for Far
tn a glamorous dress. Quipped Eastern affairs is by far the
wheat agreement sales Is 70 cents
a ousnei. V';.'s :; -- ;
A 70 cent subsidy on- a million
bushels would be (700.000. This
would buy approximately 300,000
bushels-of wheat at the current
U.S. market price of $2.35
bushel -af port.-"v'.Si-.
So the exporter would get 300, 300,-000
000 300,-000 bushels1 of U.S. CCC surplus
wheat free, as payment in kind
for his export subsidy. He is re required
quired required bv law to export this
grain. The other 700,000 bushels
he would buy on the open market
to fulfill his contract.
'See, I was, right." .
'Vice President Nixon's mother,
recently widowed, is expected to
come to town for a visit with her
son and family. If she feels up
to it, she may stay with the Nixon1
most tranauilixing traveler to be
found on the hysterical hoisting
circuit -;- ;'.
He charmr hostesses and
makes conversation about, the
weather sound fascinating all
with complete ease and sincerity.
And when it comes time to
crowd of frantic drinkers as fast
as a blowtorch through ice.
A group of Southern California
manufacturers visiting town
dropped into the office of Walter
Williams, undersecretary of com
merce, for a chat.
Williams greeted one of them.
John Hancock with the words,
"I'm not familiar with your prod
uct, but I d like to try it because
I ve found that everything made
in California is excellent,"
"I appreciate your interest, but
I hope you don't have to use my
product for a long time," Han Hancock
cock Hancock replied. "You see, I make
People's palates are pretty jad jaded
ed jaded In this town what with all the
international exotic dishes they're
constantly exposed to. But every everyone
one everyone is eagerly awaiting the first
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acnes ei parties wnicn we oraua oraua-new
new oraua-new Moroccan embassy will soon
The ambassador and bis min minister,
ister, minister, both' aamed. Benabud, have
reputations as excellent hosts.
At the first reception he has,
the ambassador promises to
serve coscos and bastela, two fa famous
mous famous Moroccan dishes. Bastela is
a kind of chicken or pigeon pie.
Coscot resembles a rice dish.
1 The Moroccans also serve lamb
in a hundred different ways.
CONVERTIBLE SCOOTER Disgusted with fighting the le le-ments,
ments, le-ments, a Berlin, Germany, student came up with this do-it-yourself
cockpit affair. From scrap materials, he mad a.
shatterproof glass and metal hood that allows him to keep a
: dry head, no matter what. . ;
Herewith find" solution to Sunday Crossword Pus-
ade No. 95, published today.
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' Your Broadway V Mioo .
Broadway with its teeve give
v awava k v
And "Around The World in 80
Broadway where the Uclun Uclun--
- Uclun-- livers are Best, ,
And Lindy's "Nova-Scoba' is
Where The Garden's a spot that
And cabs disappear at the sign
of a shower..
Where chorus and show-gels get
diploma, : ". s
If they can road-showwith
"Oklahoma.". "! ;
Where oiliooaircs -flyfiil from;
'" nallna .' ' '
'To sco Judy Garland Go Big at
.Broadway. thaa which there )&
' .no otiier t -"'-
And sometimes I'm glad of it,
t Sister women i
Rialto Rembrants: In Row "A"
for Judy's premiere at 'the Palace;
weazaee nigm ai o: ismut nu-
lis ma and croom Ben Gage: Joe
DiMaeeio. ; Emanuel Sacks of
NBC4V, The WWs,- Lisa Kirk
(plus mater) and scads or Big
Towners -t M. Brando strolling
v his Lonesome (along : West
57th) plus-a wistful look. (Marlon-
choly Baby) . Ex-Prime Min
ister J W. Churchill's boy Randy
(at WincheM Morocco) passionate passionately
ly passionately embracing j Eleanor Holm's
once-was: i nomas wnaien ot ine
St Louis W's . Ex-fuin star
(and U.S., Marine Corps officer)
Ben Finney (a dude) near The
Madison urging Gentleman Geo.
Solotaire for the name of his
tailor . Fredric March (the
Dodders' rooter) riveted to 'a
Dinty Moore's teevee set wnen
those horrid Pittsburgh Pirates
beat them twice . Tony Ben
nett (on the Herald TrH tr guide
cover) looking more like Jackie
Gleason, Old Gold's new old (de
leted by the editor)
Sallies Ia Our Alley; At Goldie's
two East Side snobs were cab
bing. On said: "Do you ever go
over to tne west side oi town 7
. . "Only," was the yawn-patted
renlv "when we to to ; Eurone"
. . Ingrate: Guy who'a only half
as giau o gei riu ai yuu ai juu
are to get r. oi ai ,
Midtown Vignette: It happened
at the Cods at Joe E's 2:30 show
yesteryawning ,.'' Two well-
mannered chaps took Diane Scho Scho-ler
ler Scho-ler of nice Coast family to the
show . .As Joe t. convuisea
the crowd the stupid spliiflicated
Thing flung a large chunk of ice. "Tears Don't Care Who Cries
at him . She. was ejected along
with her well behaved escorts, i
who apologized to the manage
ment and Joe on the way to the
exit . She will be barred from
every good spot in town via the
people wno m iiiK uio puie .
Mr. Lewis laughed it off and con
tinued keeping the crowd r in
stahes i Comedian . Star
Memos of a Well-Adjusted Ego
maniac: wall htreeters are lay
ing S to 1 on Ike . The Bway
Bookies make it 2'4 . We just
found out what the E stands for
in Joe E. Lewis: Entertainment
, Morey Amsterdam's logic:
"The only trouble with : being a
Good Sport is You have to Lose
to be One" ... Philly spent over
$25,000 to enjoy David Wayne's
new play. "The Hound Kea rat
rick . Mori Downey boy
Kevma is at rams island
Lisa Kirk is breaking the Persiac
Room. (Plaza Hotel) record
Emerson toote. the ad agency
exec (he broil v spends more mon
ey than any other agency in tee!
vee), and aeverai recording and
network people may make her big
news soon ... Sid Caesar's op
eration ia to erase the agony. He
resumes Oct. Sth . . The mar marriage
riage marriage of really heiress Helen Lei-
desdorf Sonnenborn and ex-danc
er Chas. Banks may be head headlined.
lined. headlined. Unless this interr a e i a
merger can be melted peacefully.
Show Bn Talking r Back to
Agents: "Now about .that one-
. n 1 1 in liiiiL..!-'
nigmer in oangsoai . v nwi
money mad? I just want a dime
for a cuppacawfeel" "How cenu
you're getting fatter and we're
ge'ting uimner?" . ine rai-
ace The Palace! Who needs the;
Palace.- I want Teevee"
"Yes. they're real and you can't
see my legs" ... "I'll bet you
even take 10 percent of your kid's
allowance" . .'"Since when have
sweaters replaced talent?" . "I
know you're considerate. -That's
why you have a closet full of
oars!r I "Whaddaya mean my
material Is old? You sold it to
The Big Time: Polly Bergen's
first bit platter: "One Little Mis Mistake."
take." Mistake." (Unique Label) j Tony
and Eddie's mad mimicry at Bon
Soir .- 'Shirl Conway on the
Caesar Hour Janet Biairs
professionaHsin Little Brenda
Lee on ABC's Jubilee program
Joe Castro's pianotes at Hickory
House . Roberta Sherwood's
new Decca Oy Charles. Tobias)
Broadway Bus: The Billy Eck-
stines (Carole Drake, lovely sepia
model) will put 30 on their se
cret 2 year marriage. Two tots
Fame Is Like This: One
British critic (in The Performer)
spelled his name; Arthur Millar
, . Singer ai Mariino neueves
In keeping it cozy. His betrothed
(ballerina Joan Kayne) plays on
the same hills with bim in Lon
don . The Vatican chilled the
plans ot Prince Rainier s pop for
annulment ; Mrs. Luther Hend Henderson
erson Henderson has her Mexicancellation.
The pianist-arranger is reported
planning interracial news .. Ju Julius
lius Julius Monks' intimate : night club,
"The Downstairs," resumes Thur Thur-zeve
zeve Thur-zeve . Don Cherry and "La
America of '56" confirmed Wal Walter's
ter's Walter's beat of many weeks ago on
Satdee . John Kaspar, the chief
of The White Citizen's League (al (alleged
leged (alleged leader of the rioting ia the
Clinton, Tenn., schools), once ran
the Ezra Pound bookshop on 4th
Street-G'wich- Village. His one
time girl friend was colored .
Have you sent us your straw vote
(postcard) for our presidential
poilT Adlai or ike. ww, ox iu,
At the Press Table in The Hon.
Judge McGohey's U. S. Court
(during tne Maiusow lnaij: ine
Jury is one of the most attractive
groups we ever saw . Key h.
Cohn Is at least W lbs. thinner
than be was when we met mm
years age. lTim, lmpeccaoie a
threat to Monty cun, sranoo,
Peter Lawford and Garroway's
chimp . Mr. Faulkner (counsel
for the liar Matusow) once de de-fecded
fecded de-fecded Peressr. Faulkner com complained
plained complained (in chambers) about the
Mirror's editorial on his client
Suggestion to Mr. Faulkner: Read
the 1st Amendment to the Bill of
Rights. (F. of the P.) . U.S.
Attorney Paul W. Williams a Ron Ronald
ald Ronald Coleman-type . Matusow
deliberately trimmed down for bis
trial. Weighed 220. Now H5 .
Once looked like a wild, radical
slob ? Cohn said he -couldn't
remember any doll named Rusty
wh:n Faulkner brought the Unfair
Sex Into H. Let's not be cads,
TULSA, Okla. (UP)- Beech Beech-er
er Beech-er Owens reported that someone
had poisoned six of his Chinese
elm trees. He said holes had been
cut into the trunks and an uni unidentified
dentified unidentified liquid has been poured
into them. :-,
Premier Sunday Gross-Word Puzzle
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21 Tree of
' GOOD NEWS is that these bridges on the road to' the Interior
are to be replaced with wide, substantial ones.
Random Pix and Thoughts
) "". (Centtane. torn fate fUREtj I f - f
I took the picture that has remain-' Without objections the mnfW
ded the most satisfying of ail my watched with digntly a we took
Interior ones.-It was o! a 13-year-' the picture of the little gin, a -ml-j
old girl whose face betrayed- the table Eve in the jungle. -'. -i---
wonderment with which she isyed" Last month; we transited t b e
the world. She was with her mon- Panama Canal from Cristobal to
.her in fact probably had never Balboa aboard the Orient Line!
been very far away from her, and ship SS Orcades, a whopping 28,000'
I took a picture of both of them, ton or so round-the-world iimr I
SlnH I1CH half tha naaotiuj. tnm llu It mim Amimib.l .. J T"A1
pic.ure of the appealing girl.; table as are aU th ship of this. bv
It has been published a couple line, and I had the opportunity for taJ:l
of times and I do not reproduce it more high level shots of the Canal iji!!r l
i hotA lM that ....... LI ..... t.V.Mn.l 4. .' A3 UCt ,
recently I found .another picture The manner in which the cargo
. of the same girl which I haven't boom towers were .' constructed i
published, and it looked refreshing seemed to interfere with my pic pic-and.
and. pic-and. appealing to me and so here tures. Suddenly the thought .came'
it is. Do you like HJ..vv';iv-';'.that instead of trying to surmount:
- : v;. ; I'-: V:f-J the difficulty, I should iitiUie it.1
It seems as though rock hounds The booms made a rectangular
are springing up everywhere. A- frame, so I caught many familiar -long
the beaches at low tides, fel- (.sqenes'framed" by the equipment
lows with hammers are tapping of the ship, -j-. '-rr ;.. i.
ail the stones. Sometimes the bet-; '"' : : -h. : '-v f
ter halves go along too. Probably First at Gatun and entering the -to
carry, home a Commissary, shop-, lng the Lake and entering the
ping bag full: of stones. Some clear-cut channel from Gamboa to
beautiful gem stones are found Pedro MigueL Locks, and again
here, as Witnessed bv the disolav while the shin was tipH nn at Mira.v
, at the Canal Zone Civil Affairs flores. I shot; pictures, framed :
Building.; J c : ones, which seemed to me to be:
Some polishing makes petrified more eye-appealing than most of
wood look good, : too. : I want to mine. ; : : 1
mention that in Ocu; there is a Some are reproduced on this
country inn. The Po&ada San Se- page. Other people can go through!
bastian, whose outside walls are the Panama Canal and take one
made almost entirely from petrif- roll of pictures, Not me. J took 10
led rock.: A:-'.-. r ?;t w rolls more Orsova from it and
This came from a site several four more on the Orcades trip
' mi.es Out on the plains where there mostlv shots alone the Canal. That
was a collection of at lest 20 giant should give me almost every -100
Detrified trees. I was Out there vard strMh ulnno the whnle han.
once with Professor Kenneth Vin- tmh .. Aetaoin shrdlu
ton, Df. Mendez of Panama's Na-f But if Norton Lilly and Com Com-tional
tional Com-tional Museum, and others when pany,' local agents for most of the
' the bones of some ancient animals New Zealand-bound ships, offer me
were discovered. The bones of the still another trip, I'll probably be
animals were removed but it is there adding more Canal negatives
likely some of the petrified wood to a collection aleady Jam-pack-is
still there. The colors were pret- ed. '
ty, too. ' t ; J Confidentally, this is all Just
' Getting back to appealing pic- nractlce for the time I start shoot-
tures, I like the one of the native fog color Strictly black and white1 a Eiecttoii
mother back of Fort Kobbe who that's me. Ten years of it. But, onel ,vcl'
naa xuusnea me israiiy uunary
in the stream and was bathing her
daugther using a gourd for a
1- 5 7 6 9 777 to it ix ij. I 77? ts it. 17 ta
izzzfei- fc ---
7 . .26 -r-rr 7j?W r 77 -rrt : T
77 "d ""
r --?r 77
A ' f S
. 81 Bof
;' 63 Incen
: : diary '
55 Dash Z
- 88 Moun-
, v Minor
- 7 Fragment
and fever,, 60-Unclose"
24 rTapioca-' :.
25 Jet Mack
26 Wild ..
t t segment
, 29 Fruiting
j SI Imperil ".
- 40 Marauder
1 !..'. lands
day, it'll be color film in the cam
era and then we will have all of
Panama to shoot again.' When?
y -. i poetic .
81 Quad Quad-.
. Quad-. rangle
66 Adjoin V
, 67 Sated c
'j 69 Organ of
plant J u
- T7--01d '
. k animal s
80-t-Leaf of J
. 61 Remise t
84 Wash i
85 Shack H
87 Saw for
0 Cloth for
tl Chal Chal-:
: Chal-: lenger
. of wax "v.;
,6 Take ex-
': ...water ,,u '.
i 99 Sovereign
joi of (
105 East .:
.; Indian ...
" oua sub-.
' of discord
116 Grain of
' '' civiliza civilization
tion civilization 117 Iron or ,A
4 .ostrich ;
. :l121 Unaccom Unaccom-v
v Unaccom-v 4 : panied i
.;; 323 Vendition
. : ointment
strum iiv-strum ent
; 6f s
' 4 Dis-
v. : joined .
; 9 Small ;
II Wing :
v, crus- r'
. .. animal
hair : :"
30 On ,
41 Point of
45 Creed -:'V
47 Guide :
57 Furious 1
' badger :
. 62 Rodent
63 Spread -'
' 68 Repulse
. fluence 1
71 Siberian r :
72 Misan Misanthrope
thrope Misanthrope 73 Merry Merrymaking
making Merrymaking 74 Pro Proclaim
claim Proclaim ....
.76 Bring ;,
' 90 Indian
96 Relate ;
100 Funda Fundamental
mental Fundamental 10JL Young ."V
103 "Worth "Worth-less",
- aC,u. ;'
106 Law :
108 Culti Cultivate
vate Cultivate 109 Com-
112 Oper- ,r
- sounds ',.
shower head. That's when we came Just as soon as the Supplement
Starts printing color pictures.
Don't sit and wait
for 4,Udy Luck" .
(Jo and meet her
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ANOTHER BELOVED "BABE" of the sporting 0 WASHINGTON-President Eisenhower has denied
world has lost a light against cancer. . that his brother Milton helped appease lormer Ar-
It was at one-minute after eight on the evening ot gentine President Juan, per6n. Adlal Stevenson had
August 16 ia 1948 that the great 'Babe" Ruth died charged that Milton Elsenhower assumed responwbl-
in Kpw Yorit or eancer. luursaay muruuiK v ury mr our reiauona witn wbcuuiw... "-
i A MERCY MISSION that gave the wounded
i President of Nicaragua a fighting chance bat
I failed in the end to save his life topped all other
Isthmian news this week even the impending
4 inauguration oi a new rresiaem m rum.
. in tne sma
KS'K' who"had flown to Managua 2ter"rye battle' with ctace WMdead. administration loaned Peron 130-mlllion dollars.
the day before, to alert bis staff for urgent surgery, iv At her bedside when the end came was tne Baoe o .;;
.! j ',j ia k.Knf fnmn arpst.lpr nenrce. Zaharias. his 315- v . ..
It naa Deen ueciaea w iw riewucin "i".u "-",71. .I n".L..Vrh marrirt t,. mn.nk( ttUv In Arppntlna
MtnnrB. afta Aiyht t.h rirvaritvi rikpas aeaixi took. Ari mak infma tn Peron. But Mr. Elsenhower said
"SSt7S! totETtaeln DMWk. hi, bro-lheThd nothing to dowith policy toward Ar-
V.ifvl: rr,iiT nr ,n y.ahric her nnrc Dowerful bod a mere shell t(.nt.ina. Th President said the previous Democrat
Kuttpf fmm hu itnin secondarily lor treatmeiK oi uic worias-musv lauiuus wvji:bu lwia uuiwaicu v v v o -- y-
wound from thre othel Sts flrtd by RigobW trolled is emotions long enough to say: f onstration in Rosario during the United SUes Am.
plref Thl tholnit hadVcurred at a party "If had to comeand it was merciful... quiet and, bassador's visiting there last Saturday. The Commu Commu-tenLhtta
tenLhtta Commu-tenLhtta The-pace fought so hard-the' only way nist organ said student of thUtora University's
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AMaftAAM nanHatU Qurvav h1tnnntr hArt hrolPht the
wounded President to ManaRua.- v ... with her heart an, mind.
While Col. Bruce and a medical team from Gorgas
had been flying to Managua from the Canal Zone.
Maj. Qen. Leonard D. Heaton, commanding general
of Walter Reed Hospital, and two assistant surgeons,
had been flying from Washington. Heaton was travel traveling
ing traveling on United States President Eisenhower's instruc instructions,
tions, instructions, o - .-" '"'
All of the American doctors and twe Nicaraguan
i physicians were aboard the Air Force Constella-
tkn that brought President and Mrs. Sotatosa U
I Albrook early Sunday, ;
President Somoza had been conscious, aruf able to
tallr thrnuchout th trln. TIpcuk on of the bullets-
waa pressing on a spinal nerve, ne was sunenng- Bt-r MiruwuJK .iinjua. mm w wiw
vere and constant pain in his right leg. But as he was -before she was 17.
lifted on a stretcher from the plane to an ambulance In the 1933 Olympics,, Babe entered three events
he had the courage to wave with his left arm to.- the limit.-;, t
friend; His right arm, one bone shattered by a but-' She won, two of them and was disqualified in the
let, was in a cast. - v ; j r high Jump although she had. set a world record. ..
The hew : VIP suite at Dorcas had been readied. the judge s disapproved of her unorthodox style.
After a brief Interval there, while extensive tests were v Babe turned pro after that. -..touring with basket basket-made,
made, basket-made, he was taken to the operating room where ball and baseball teams. Sh also took time to reach
ma top in oiving. .ooxuig.r.mai'Ksmansuip...uurse .ooxuig.r.mai'Ksmansuip...uurse-back
back .ooxuig.r.mai'Ksmansuip...uurse-back riding. and billiards.
In 1838, she married George Zaharias... .a wrestler
known as the "Weeping Greek." And in the 1940's,
she took up golf seriously. Babe dominated the wom woman's
an's woman's golf field for years. ; ; ?
Bhe once told a sports writer "My main idea in
any kind of competition always has, been to go out
there and cut loose with everything I've got. ..I've
always had the confidence I. was capable of win winning."
ning." winning." .
And' that was how she met her illness when it
struck her in 1933. She underwent operation after
operation... and at one point she even resuifted her
But she told newsmen 'Tim not the BaTje off old,
I'm the old Babe now." ,v ., ,f,
And Thursday, at 8:20 a.m., Babe Dldrlkson Zaha Zaharias
rias Zaharias died... her long fight against cancer at an end.
" Babe Dldrlkson Zaharias, without question, was the
- greatest woman athlete of U time, fcshe also was one
of the most colorful of all athletes, male or female.
multiple surgery lasting four hours and 20 minutes
was performed. From the moment of his admission,
to the Hospital, doctors agreed he was a very sick man.
But his immediate postoperative condition was satis satisfactory,
factory, satisfactory, .v.i 'f"";V'h "v":' :.':'"r
Monday morning he took a turn for the worse.
' Hi breathing became irregular, his left side par- ; ';
. alysed. As an-emergency measure, a hole had :
been ent In his windpipe to give him oxygen. His
consciousness was "somewhat clouded," the Gor-
(m report said. But by Monday evening' be had
rallied. -Z-" j c : .. i-.yi
' Thereafter each day he showed a little Improve Improvement,
ment, Improvement, though doctors continued to describe bis gen-
eral condition as serious. On Friday, his reflex re responses
sponses responses were better, and the bulleting reported a
"lightening of his state of clouded consciousness."
-. But shortly after 3 a.m. yesterday, CoL Brace-
revealed that his general condition had weaken weaken-i
i weaken-i ed. He died at S:95. Mrs. Somosa and their daugh-
! ter, Mrs. Lillian Somoca de Sevilla Sasaca were
with him. Gov. William E. Potter, President RJ-
eardo Arias, the Nicaraguan Ambassadors to Pan-
ami and Washington and many others were at
with nosters reading "throw American imperialism
George said shortly alter midnight, the Babe awoke, out of Latin America."
smiled weakly and said 'IGeorge, l ain't gonna die." v : 0 77" :,,
George .added "Those wve ner last words. ,Tne., 1 Washington National Airlines has outlined pro pro-game
game pro-game & over now." v posals for early let passenger service to Puerto Rico
Mra. Zaharias was "born Miiared Ella Didrikson ;,..and all-time low lares. A representaUve told the
la Port Arthur, Texas,.. the daughter of Norwe Civil Aeronautics Board that the company wants to
gian immigrants. ;1 he name Mildred EUa didn't enter the. Puerto Rican market with direct non-stoD
last long, in high school, she was so good at soft- flight from San, "uan to New York, Miami and Wash Wash-kali,
kali, Wash-kali, the ether younger tagged herewith the ington. And the company would introduce a record
name "Babe"... after babe Ruth, v isj low 50-dollars fare if it .receives authorization for
But softball was just the beginning (or Babe. She such flights.
turned her hand to every sport... and won. In high, : , -7- -,K . (
uhnnl I waa rnnnlnv limininv hurrftpx tnvun '. -' '
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H3umjwn a group 01 utun Aineiiean geoioKiu -and
engineers are taking part in an 18-day tour of
United States uranium mines and ore processin in installations.
stallations. installations. vThe tour ia, sponsored by the Atomic En Energy
ergy Energy Commission.
Miami A fofmerCuban congressman has been ar arrested
rested arrested by custorj agents on gun-smuggling charges.
Oscar Alvarado was named in a grand jury indictment
last year for his alleged part la a general conspiracy
to smuggle arms to Cuba. He was arrested in Miami
:, and freed on a one-thousand dollar bond.
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er ia history. In football, she once threw a pass 47
yardf in a scrimmage against Southern Methodist.
She almost tied the world record for the 100-yard ;
free-stjle swim.. '''', 1
She also was a top-notch diver, boxer, rifle marks marksman,
man, marksman, horseback rider and billiards player. Tennis ex experts
perts experts said she would have been a champion had sha
stayed with the game for afew years.
Babe took up golf seriously in the mld-1940's. She,
was reinstated as an amateur in 1948 and promptly
won-17 straight tournaments, including the American
and British Amateur championships. Then she turn turned
ed turned pro again and dominated women's golf for many
' years. Her average ; drive, was 265 yards,-and her
swing was among the smoothest in the game.
Babe was a tomboy In her younger days but later
did a complete turnabout. After marrying George
Zaharias, she became a style-conscious woman.
She operated on the theory that "all work and no
plays makes Babe a dull girl." She continually joked
with competitors and fans during a golf match. The
purpose of living, according to the Babe, was to en enjoy
joy enjoy life. 0 -.
Hurricane Jackson,' the rock-and-roll flailer. from
Far Rwluway, N.Y, may be the 1957 heavyweight
challenger despite the dispute over his repeat victory
against big Bob Baker Wednesday night.
Before promoter Jim Norris flew to New York Fri Friday
day Friday morning, he said, "Jackson is very much in the
picture as a prospective challenger next year. ..,
The lanky, 25-year-old "Hurricane" won a split 12 12-round
round 12-round decision over Baker of Pittsburgh, before 12. 12.-641
641 12.-641 at chilly Forbes Field In their return bout Wed Wed-nesday
nesday Wed-nesday night. r. r ij'-''
But a poll of 13 ringside writers favored Baker,
. -4; many of the fane were thunderstruck,, and
William Dusty Bettor, Baker's manager, declared,
Tm stunned. Bob won all by himself. No, I won t
make any official protest. But I'm demanding an another
other another fight with Jaekaosu",
It was a'bruslng fight much better than uieir
first one at Madison Square Garden last Feb. 3, when
Jackson won a majority ; vote, in which two ring of officials
ficials officials favored him but the pther called it a draw.
Wednesday night Referee Ernie Sesto had Baker
ahead on a rounds basis, 7-4-1. But Judge Al Graybcr,
favored Jackson; 6-4-X and Judge George Luplnacci
also favored the Hurricane, 8-4. The United Press
had Baker in front, T-Sv j M.- -r
Jackson apparently won with his stronger. flnun.
' Each of the two Judges gave him the last three
rounds. However, the referee gave each of those ses
sions to Baker, ,
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StWnatiins w f Harr,S'
VS&2L M.555& BSre d ffJ&S?S that Harris, who start-
:: ty- k .,- u.11 ioia inn Vi ma ior ipaoie
wny residents of the Canal Zone want to hear .-T;Ti hnnHoH in
the commercials that viewer, in the State, com- m1-!!
plain about havinr to look at ie a mvsterv U minr nis resignawra f""v" v -r
observers. But they do; and now they will.
" ','Ogden Rogers Reid, president of the New York York-Herald
Herald York-Herald Tribune, Inc., has been named to the Canal
board of directors to succeed T. H. Maenner. "Brow "Brow-;
; "Brow-; nle" Reid, 31, a scion of a prominent New York fam-
. ily, grew up in the newspaper business. The publisher
is the youngest man yet named to the board.
Local 900 met with Gov. Potter this week to present
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t-ii a 1 1 j At . evA MAf -arlnnlntr rpniilta nv ttffirc.LSinK
bout to complete negotiation of a loan of $5,900,000 r m "r empioyea oy tne vanai at nci j rcentaKe-w se
lor rehabilitation of hiehwavs and for training At a locality rates. One matter brought up was the quea- my best Judgment P"ceni-wise. -.i?!re"!P"lr.u0f?n?ysLa..
l.'J!ainin.e Mr tin nf nnM.inr was! (vhm .otiiaiiv .mninvdi wnrir- There has been" talk that the new owners who will
niurt euecuve uruuiiuuiiun or 113 menwav aeoari- . ,.. ..
The tipoff on Babe's amazing ability came in her
' Llgh-school days in Texas. She walked onto the track
Yesterday afternoon President Somoza's body was : field one day and picked up a, Javelin, She had a lot
taken to Bacred Heart Chapel,' Ancon, where it was of questions. What was it? What do you do with it?
to lie in state until after the 8:30 am. mass this After she got the answers, she threw the javelin for
morning. -Two Nicaraguan students one from the -the first tune in her life. That toss broke the world
USARCARIB School, Ft. Gullck, another from the Lat- record. "1
; tn American School, Albrook AFB were to stand as : ; V . ' '
honor guards throughout the night at the bier. Babe Zaharias "set her mark In later years in golf,
i Albrook AFB where there will be a Joint military hon- Bhe won six titles In the National AAA meet. Olym Olym-or
or Olym-or guard and 21-gun salute before it leaves aboard a pic rules allowed her to enter only three events. She
C-64 tor Managua. won two of the three and was. given second place In
0 -i the high Jump. Actually, she smashed the world rec-
The accidental death of President Arias Bph- ., rd for the high jump bt was dropped to second
ew added another note of tragedy. Young Fraa- "; place because the judges thought her style was U U-eiseo
eiseo U-eiseo Arias Garcia de Paredes, the 10 year old son ;; legal.
. of Assemblyman ana mrs. Aioerm ars, ws Kbe probably was the best woman basketbau ay
ed when: a diving board ander repair gave Way 't- ,
nnder his weight and he fell into an empty swim-
ming pool. The accident occurred at borne of the ";
" boy's gr indmother, Mr. Carmen Arias, mother
f the President and widow of the late political '
- J leader, Francisco (Pancho) Arias Psredes. j
Shrubs and "flowers were being planted all week;
quares of grass sod were being patted down and fin fin-,
, fin-, Ishing touches put on the outside as furniture was
moved into Panama's new Legislative Palace.
The $800,000 assembly chamber and adjoining ad administration
ministration administration building were officially turned over to
was the archtct for the building whfch la, beueved
to be one of the most modern leeislative wants in the :!lrms..bafie1..?n. the jsoiw are-excepted. ;The. Ancon
. tlonal Assembly. was preoent at this weeks meet meet-Ing
Ing meet-Ing of the Governors of the International Mone Monetary
tary Monetary Fund. She left immediately following the
' i, meeting t return to Panama, 1
Only 33 representatives of the general public of Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Side U S. rate communities showed up at Diablo
for Gov. William E. potter's first town meeting on the
Pacific 'Side for this group.
-They were told that as of Jan. 1, 1957, only full full-time
time full-time employes of federal agencies, and members of
tnc armed services can use tne canal zone postal
world. 1 m ..''. i -f 'j-it-A i
Tomorrow the architect's father, President elect
Ernesto de la- Guardia, Jr., will stand in the 550-seat
chamber to- receive the presidential sash.
Various festivities have been scheduled to follow
postoffice will close Dec., 31, ,1956.
The showing of commercial announcements on the
television programs of the Armed Forces Network was
resumed alter the Department of Defense was unable
incomlne Chief Executive, there will be public din
ners and x distribution of food packages at various
points in the capital city. r ...-,v,.--
V Some pre-inaagural tension was noted in Pan- ;
ami this week. National Guardsmen reported
.they caught the former editor of the pocket-sise
political weekly "18" smuggling two submachine
guns, some ammunition and dynamite fuses a-
. cross the Costa Rican border. Two other men were
caught with Jaime Padilla Bells, AU are being
- .heldby police. ::r-.Vv-'nv-. "-:,
: Out of Washington came a statement from Comp
troller Roberto Hsurtematte that Panama is now a-
But Walter O. Spike Briggs held up the announce announce-ment
ment announce-ment until after, the. Tigers completed their home
season "',,''',r'' 1 ? z f ,v. ,; .'
Harris' letter of resignation to Briggs had a touch
of Irony. 'i. . !' ;-'Li 'v.;
"A short time ago the papers carried a story which
read, 'The Tigers' manager next year would oe a
fiery and fighting type one who would fight for the
players on the field,'" he said. :
"nhirfmisiv that felimlnates me. As you know I
more effective organization or its highway depart
'- Mnt Cecllta Remin, a deputy elect to the Na-
ers such as stevedores on a regular 40 hour week
so that they would' earn- rest leave.
assume control of the Tigers from tht Briggs family
Oct. 1 might retain Harris. '........
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