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STEVENSON HITS GOP ON UNEMPLOYMENT Democratic presidential candidate Adlat
Stevenson (arrow) addresses a crowd estimated at 5,000 in front of the courthouse at Scran Scran-ton,
ton, Scran-ton, Pa. Stevenson said that the GOP Administration blocked legislation to aid areas suf suffering
fering suffering from "excessive unemployment." 1
EN ROUTE WITH KEFAUVER,
Oct. 6 (UP) Sen. Estes Kefau Kefauver
ver Kefauver said today that President
Eisenhower has doubts about the
Constitution's ho-third-term a a-mendment
mendment a-mendment because, if reelected,
he will "immediately" lose con control
trol control of his party to Vice Presi President
dent President Richard M. Nixon.
The Democratic vice presiden presidential
tial presidential candidate issue a statement
commenting on remarks made
by the President at his news
conference in Washington yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mr. Eisenhower said he
questions the wisdom of the
Constitutional provision which
bans a third term.
"It has finally occurred toilr
Eisenhower that the political
facts of We being what-they
are. If he is reelected as a lame-
vious-coming power irl the Re Republican
publican Republican party Dfck Nixon,
Keiauver's statement was
made public as tte campaigns
4n Oklahoma on the return leg
of his second campaign trek
an 8000-mile swing into six
The Tennessean said that, if
Mr. Eisenhower is reelected, it
mnt h wivnn to whom the party
leadership will" turnnot Dwight
-f.wr tho "anti-Roose
velt" amendment was passed by
, ooniihiifftn-controlled 80th
Congress after the death of the
"The Republicans pushed tne
23rd amendment through Con Con-r
r Con-r nut. of their hate for the
3 luvonkiin D.) Roosevelt
What they have done is to in insure
sure insure the future of a live Nixon if
the Republican ticaei is e
ed," he said.
"Now it Is coming home to
Toost showing that no party
should tamper with the consti consti-nut
nut consti-nut rtf malice or hate or
attempt to deny the people t any
of the privileges ana ,'",V"
them under me wmuwwu,
oiinni at his news con
ference, Mr. Eisenhower said he
has doubts about the third-term
amendment because he believes,
nprni that the American
neoDle should have the right to
elect anyone they want as pres
Went, subject to the 35-year age
Tn meech nrenared for deli-
very at tne nome cumin
Northwestern State College in
Alva, Okla., Kefauver made a
bid for the support of "liberal
Republicans those who be believe
lieve believe in the preservation of small
business and economic opportu opportunity
nity opportunity and in the development of
our resources." He urged them
to vote democratic.
Kefauver flew to Enid. Okla
late last nisht after an 18-hour
day campaigning across Arizona
and Colorado. In Phoenix he
made an oblique reference to Mr.
Replying to a question about
Mr. Eisenhower's expanded cam
paign activity, Kefauver said
Republicans are becoming con con-cerned
cerned con-cerned about their election pro pro-Mpects.
Mpects. pro-Mpects. He said "they feel that
'thev have to nut Mr Elsenhower
out whether he is physically
hi. tn an nr nn n In mnrO
icM nhohor Via .mo-
Resting that President Elsen-
hower is not able to do so, Ke-
f auver replied that he was simp-
lv referrlnn to what Mr. Elsen-
hower had said about ma kin!
only a few speeches. "I'm only
using his own words," the Sen-
Hinfs Nixon Rule
Wn$ In November
US Churches To Make New Approach
To Fund-Raising Drives This Year
WASHINGTON. Oct. (UP)
Thousands of American church churches
es churches will take a new approach to
luna-raising in tneir -every
member canvasses," this fall.
instead of talking about the
church's need for money, they
will emphasize the individuals
need to give.
The idea is to get eacn mem
ber to think of his pledge as a
concrete expression of his grati
tude to God rather than,S my
.-.hare of the church budget."
Churches which have tried this
kind of appeal report pheno phenomenal
menal phenomenal results. In some cases,
pledges have been increased by
50 per, cent in the first year.
More important, according to
many ministers, this increased
giving usually is accompanied by
improved attendance at wor worship
ship worship services, greater vigor in
parish activities, and other evi evidence
dence evidence of a general sprtual up uplift
lift uplift among the members.
The "gratitude giving" con concept,
cept, concept, of course, is not really a
new idea. It Is as old as Christ's
teaching that "where a man's
treasure is, there will his heart
be also." Bat its redicovery by
modern chnrches, as the most
meaningful basis for religious
contributions, is a compara comparatively
tively comparatively recent development.
For years most U.S. Protestant
churches have based their an annual
nual annual contributions canvasses
traditionally conducted in Oc October
tober October or November of the budg budget
et budget for the coming year. Tnis
budget outlined what the church
would need to pay the preacher,
keep the furnace going, meet the
denominational quota for for for-reign
reign for-reign missions support, and oth
er necessary expenses.
Experience has shown that a
large number of church mem-
'Rock Rocks Teddy
a riot: take a
the recipe for-
group of Teddy Boys who are
bored to death with the Welfare
rhythms of "Rock -n' Roll," then
turn them loose.
The result is the worst wave
of hooliganism that Britain has
known since the war, and all of
it touched off by the showing of
the American film, "Rock A A-round
round A-round the clock," in which the
new dance craze is Introduced.
More than one hundred Brit British
ish British youths, including teen-age
girls, hate been arrested so far
in connection with R and R ri riots,
ots, riots, and the end is not yet in
sight. The same thing happened
across the North Sea when the
film made its debut In Oslo, Nor
In Manchester, Teddy Boys
'turned fire hoses on the cinema
manager who tried to prevent
them from climbing onto the
tfcage and Jiving in front of the
In Woolrlch, a crowd of 2.000
"Rock, rock, rock!
marched through the main
streets. They halted traffic and
beat out the savage rhythm on
me sloes oi moiorcars.
wwisnam, m arrests were
uc aiiuwmg oi wc
film, while in London's tough
i Elephant and Castle district
teenagers hurled bottles at po
Hce who tried to break up the
Already the film has been
beri tend to respond to this ap-
proach by doing a little long
vision-budget divided by num number
ber number of families in church equals
what I ought to pledge. Since
there are always some members
who can't or won't come up to
this arithmetic average, the
total amount pledged generally
falls considerably short of the
budget and the church as to de
pend on special offerings and
rigid economies to squeak
through the year in the black.
Some denominations have
tried to overcome this "budget-minded"
giving habit by
commending to their members
the Biblical principle of tith tithing,
ing, tithing, whereby each person sets
aside 10 per cent of his income
for church and charity.
But others feel that Amerl
cans, long accustomed to giving
only about one per cent of the
national Income to support or
their churcbs, need to re-learn
tne wnoie oaic concepv m
Christian stewardship before
them to tithe.
there is any hope of getting
'Neck And Neck'
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., Oct. 8
(UP) Sen. John F. Kennedy
id. Mass) said last night that he
thinks President Eisenhower and
Adlai E. Stevenson are running
"neck and neck" in their cam campaign
paign campaign for election to the presi presidency.
dency. presidency. He told newsmen he believes
the Democrats will gain control
of Congress in the Nov. 6 elec
tion but declined to make anvi
prediction as to the outcome of
the presidential election.
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OFF THE ROCKER: This Norwegian Youth still seems to be
rocking, even '.n the arms of the law. after his arrest during
"Reck Around the Clock" r.ots in Oslo.
There 7 Be
Practically all law firms whose
members practice actively at the
Canal Zone bar will have their
day in court Tuesday .when a
hearing is scheduled on the fi financial
nancial financial remains if any of
the mo tor ship Guayas.
The Ecuadorean coaster was
knocked down for $23,000 in U.S.
District Court last month.
Since no motions to set aside
the sale were filed, the disposi disposition
tion disposition became final, though wa
terfront sources said the for
Begins November 1
On Canal Zone
Th annual Inspection of the
several hundred commercial
vehicles licensed in the Canal
Zone will begin Nov. 1. The com commercial
mercial commercial vehicles will be inspect
ed at the Motor Transportation
Division's garages In Aneon ana
The vehicles will be checked
for the condition of their brakes,
lights, etc., and will be marked
with stickers when they pass
inspection. Vehicles witnout in
snection stickers will not be al
lowed to operate after the first
ot the calendar year.
The inspection of the Canal
Zone licensed wmmerclal vehi vehicles
cles vehicles is the first of three-part
Commercial vehicles licensed
in the Republic of Panama but
operating in the Canal Zone will
be inspected beginning Dec. 1.
Inspection of private vehicles
licensed in the Canal Zone will
start soon after the first of the
Sheriff To Pay
To Divorced Wife
FORT LAUDERDALE, Oct. 6
(UP Sheriff Amos Hall agreed
to settle $50,000 in cash on his
wife under terms of their ai
vorce which ended their 21 years
of marriaire Thursday
The sheriff also agreed to
make monthly payments of $300
to Mrs. Gladys Hall for tne sup
nnrt of their 13-vear-old daugh
ter. Mrs. Hall received custody
of the child.
Hall filed suit for divorce last
Woll ommr rlfttrn.Pd that
mid. tllUl V w v.
her husband neglected her.
Before being named sheriff m
man Hall was in the insurance.
and real estate business.
Boys; Chimps Are
mer subchaser was worth much
Carrington and Phillips had
ftleri th nrieinal libel for an
unpaid liquor and cigarette bill.
van sicien, rtamirez, qe as astro
tro astro and Robles next appeared
for a shipping agent, who had
advanced wages and paid for
Arias, Fibrega and Fabrega
rued anotner noei ior unpaia
2 Boys Bet Against Death
-Until Police Stop Game
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 6 (UP)
A charge of disturbing the
peace against two teenagers here
revealed today a nan -raising
new version of tne game oi
"It is the darndest thing I
ever heard of and I've heard
plenty," one officer said in com comment
ment comment on the stunt of Francis
ahrenholt, 17, and Thomas Lee,
Instead of dashing toward
each other in autos, police
laid, the boys were sitting
blindfolded In the middle of a
highway, each determined not
to turn "chicken" and budge
while cars zoomed by, missing
them by inches.
Police said they were called to
the Chef Menteur Highway late
two nights ago by a motorist
who said he barely missed the
boys on the center line.
Police said the boys, found
still seated in their dangerous
spot, admitted they were scared
because, as Fahrenholt was
quoted as saying, some of the
cars came "real close."
"We could almost feel them
Ike Asks doners
To Join Fireweek
In a proclamation designating
the week beginning oct. 7 as
Fine Prevention Week, President.
Eisenhower calls upon the peo-
nle of the United States to "join
if effective programs to promote
safety in the control of fire,"
and directs "the appropriate a
gencies o the federal govern
ment ti assist in this national
pffort to reduce the lost of life
and nrcroertv resulting from
banned in more than a dozen
cities and towns.
But still the disorders contin
ue. "I've seen the mm nve
times," a pimply youth m orain orain-pipe
pipe orain-pipe trousers told the police
magistrate who fined him $15
for insulting behavior. "And I'm
going again," he added defiant defiantly.
ly. defiantly. "I Just can't stop myself from
digging that crazy Jive.'
Sociologists, clergymen uiu
newspaper editors are hard put
to explain why the British reac reaction
tion reaction to "Rock 'n' Roll" has been
even more spectacular than the
The Bishop of Woolwich speaks
of R and R's "maddening effect
upon a rhythm loving age
group," but other observers are
inclined to blame the dreariness
of the Welfare State for the vio violent
lent violent reaction.
At the Trocadero cinema in
Southeast London where I saw
the film a half-dozen policemen
in uniform were stationed at in intervals
tervals intervals along the walls to watch
for trouble-makers. It was like
asking the inmates of San Quen Quen-tln
tln Quen-tln to sit quietly through a
showing of "Riot in cell Block
Trim the nroeram beean
peacefully enough. Newsreels ,of
the Suez crisis met with stony
silence, but when the title
"Rock Around the Clock" was
flashed on the screen, nt was
greeted by the teen-age battle battle-ery
ery battle-ery of "Doing!'1 Then the music
came roaring like an express
Manuel J. Mendez aDDeared
for an orphanage which had
performed some work on engine
William J. Sheridan, Jr., In Intervened
tervened Intervened on behalf of an Ecua Ecuador
dor Ecuador Bank. (
And only a half hour before
the sale, Attorney David won
gave notice of intent to inter
vene about some lost cargo.
Claims total over $50,000.
touch us," young Fahrenholt
The boy told newsmen he could
not explain why they did it ex
cept, "we were daring one an
other and we didn't want to be
"They (the officers) asked us,
if we wanted to commit suicide
why didn't we go Jump off the
Mississippi River Bridge," he
said. "We told them we didn't
want to die."
"Why should we Jump off
bridge? That would kill you!"
Given To Couple
By Peeved Judge
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Oct. 6
(UP) A feuding man and
woman aren't on speaking terms
today. In fact, they never ware
on speaking terms... and had
better not be for the next 12
City Judge John Rudd sen sentenced
tenced sentenced Leroy Eddie Smith and
Florence Hadley to 60 days in
jail but suspended 50 days of
the sentence provided they
quit speaking to one another
for a year.
Smith and the woman were
hauled before, Rudd to answer
charges apparently resulting
from a long feud. Smith was
found guilty of destroying per personal
sonal personal property and the woman
was sentenced for assault with
an ice pick.
The Judge said it was time for
the couple to... "grow up and
stop playing Romeo and Juliet."
He was referring to the feud
between the Montague and Ca Ca-pulet
pulet Ca-pulet families, not the romance
train through a tunnel:
"One, two, three o'clocfi, four
The audience hurled back the
words, stomping their feet, clap clapping
ping clapping their hands, beginning to
twitch in their seats. Then one
youth, bolder than the rest, took
out into the aisle in a solo
dance. He was not "gone," but
"way out," as the hipsters say.
He was Just as promptly Jived
back into his seat by a bobby.
Another lad stood, similarly in inspired,
spired, inspired, and was marched out of
the cinema. This seemed to dis discourage
courage discourage the other Teddy Boys.
Whenever the music stopped
In order to fill out the film's
plot, the audience hissed; and
when the music started again
the shouts al) but drowned it. I
left the Trocadero with only the
haziest notion of what the film
Sir Malcolm Sargent, the dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished conductor, recently
declared that "Rock 'n' Roll has
been played in the Jungles for
centuries," but when the "Rock"
film was shown to six chimpan
zees In the Liverpool zoo, they
showed not the slightest inter interest.
est. interest. They merely sat around and
MONDAY, OCTOBER t
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1 6:41 p.m. 12:24 p.m.
By US With
CAIRO, Oct 6 (UP)
cern the United States' support of the Anglo-French reso
lution on buez before the U.S. Security Council, sources
close to the government said today.
The informants said the
Gamal Abdel Nasser hoped
(I Mil. r .i in
on the Suez Canal issue.
Eden And Britain
i LONDON. Oct. 6 (UP)
conservative member of Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament charged last night U. 8.
Becretary of State John Foster
Dulles has "time and again be betrayed"
trayed" betrayed" Prime Minister Anthony
Eden and Britain.
Ted Leather, in a : peeeh at
Chester, said Eden made one
mistake in the Suez crisis.
"He has time and again bent
over backwards to behave as a
loyal and honorable partner in
the Anglo-American alliance. He
has time and again been betray
ed by Mr. John Foster Dulles."
Leather said that when the
British people "begin to under
stand the significance of what
Mr. Dulles has done to them, "I
fear the bitterness and resent resentment
ment resentment will spread."
The M P. also charged that a
number of U. S. State Depart Department
ment Department officials and oil companies
had attempted to undermine
Britain in the Middle East since
World War II. By "forcing" U.S.
policy on Suez, he asserted, they
have created a power vacuum
in the Middle East that could be
filled by Communism.
The War Office last night or
dered immediate one-week extra
leave for recalled British Army
reservists in an apparent move
to counter growing complaints
about Suez "emergency" service!
Arsenic Sprayed On Tobacco Seen
As Another Source Of Lung Cancer
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 6 (UP)
Arsenic used in insecticide
sprayed on tobacco plants may
be as important a factor in lung
cancer among smokers as the
Dr. Robert R. Shaw
smoking in particular,
lv rpsponaible for an
cancer of the lune a:
Shaw, professor at the Univer
sity of Texas Southwestern Med
ical School, is here to address a
conference of the American can cancer
cer cancer Society.
He told a press conference
Thursday that people who smoke
excessively not only develop lung
cancer at an earner age than
non-smokers, but at a rate SO
The only bright spot, he said,
is i educating the younger
generation not to smoke and
he felt the youngsters might
not take the advice too seri seriously.
ously. seriously. "Try tellng a teen-ager not
to do something because it may
hurt them in 25 years," he said.
"They'll think to themselves '25
years, why. 1 11 be dead
npw ntnt.utics cited hv shaw
show that the average age for
those developing lung cancer is
5510 years younger than those
developing other types of can
The victims of ihe disease
are prsasmtnanUSJ wun, hS
Egypt viewed with deep cori-
government of President
Washington would adopt a
during the council debate
The. sources said Bgypt would
reject the proposal on the Sues
canal introduced by Britain and
France at the opening session
of the Security Council yester-
Egypt, they said, is willing to
'reaffirm the principle of free
dom oi navigation In accordance
tuez canal "conven "conven-1888
1888 "conven-1888 but will
dennr oh the V7J&
pour poiu I
President Gamal Abdel Nas Nasser
ser Nasser scheduled a second meet meeting
ing meeting today with Indian "Roving
Ambassador' V. K. Krishna
Menan. The two met for three
hours yesterday. Indian
sources said Krishna Menon
Moped to find enough common
ground to act as "match "matchmaker"
maker" "matchmaker" for direct talks be between
tween between Nasser and the west.
A 5,548-ton Italian passenger passenger-cargo
cargo passenger-cargo liner broke down with
engine trouble in the canal
yesterday. The Toscana, in a
northbound convoy, was taken
in tow to Port Said.
Egyptian Canal authorities
denied widely circulating reports
that the 8,200-ton Soviet tanker
Sverdlovsk grounded near El
Ballah with a newly-trained
Russian pilot aboard.
The reports said the tanker,
carrying crude oi from Odessa,
to Suez, swung across the ca canal
nal canal and remained aground for
than seven hours Thura-
said, but added that present
statistics should not be en encouraging
couraging encouraging to women smokers.
Most women, he said, have net
been smoking as long as men
have and it will take another
10 years to gauge their tut'
cepiibility to lung cancer.
Shaw said tome 40 per cent of
rnwrr symptoms are first
nosed and S4 per cent
cancer victims die within
years of the time the disease tt
He advised persons with a
family history of cancer not to
smoke and added that heavy
smokers over the age of 40
should have chest X-rays every
Although cancer researchera
still do not know just what fac fac-tor
tor fac-tor in tobacco causes cancer,
Shaw said one of the newest
ileas Is that arsenic sprayed on
tobacco plants is as great a fac factor
tor factor as tar inhaled in smoking
Research on the correlation
between arsenic and lung cancer
is "promising." he said.
If the relationship Is estab established,
lished, established, he said, "it would mean
Ideally that all the tobacco
fields in North Carolina, for in-
sance. would have to be aban-
j doned because the arsenic stays
in the soil."
I Another cancer specialist. Dr.
!H. Lee ciara Jr., oi tne univer-
sity or Texas, saia cancer oi wi
skin "can be caused by the ul-
travioiet ligm uom muunmc.
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"But I Don't Need To Go To Church , ,"
By Rev. Joseph Manton, Author and Lecturer
i SUPPOSE we have all met
the person who insists he can
worship God far better high on
windswept hill than squeezed
in the stale pews of a stuffy
church. I am always tempted to
ask such a lerson, "Tell me, do
you do much mounUineeriiigr
Would such a Dersrsn rllmh tn
the cathedral of nature in a
roaring blizzard or in the dismal
rain? After all, God is in the
sieet or the heat
or the fog as
well as in the
technicolor sun sun-tet.
tet. sun-tet. Those who
adore God best
of steeple often
re merely enr
fait weather and
a pretty landscape, and God gets
a noa as tne stage manager.
WE LIVE in an orderlv world
where there is a special place for
every ming. we, have books in
iioraries, money In banks, oper operating
ating operating rooms in hospitals, and
altars in chuches. God Himself
favored the fixed and definite
place. He had His Mount Sinai,
crowned with fearful emoke and
bright lame. Bethlehem itself
Was nin-nnintrf Ik.
i i"" f"... wm wis use ssstiij, anu
in it, one certain stable where
the altar was a manger.
Church is the special place for
the adoration of God and the
psactice of religion. Church is
the meeting place of man with
God and God with man. w
know this truth not only from
the Bible and the teachings ot
Jesus Christ, but man's natural
instinct suggests that ther
should be a special spot, a def definite
inite definite place for the practice of
religion. A ch;-rch no mora
stands between man and his God
than a cup stands between a
man and his coffee.
THIS DOESN'T mean naturt
can have no religious import importance.
ance. importance. A second, but definitely
secondary way, of honoring God,
is appreciating His work in
creation. Nature is a fascinaU
ing book and on every page thcrt
flourishes the signature of God
whether you stare up through a
telescope or squint through
microscope, you catch your
breath in wonder.
Under the power of a micro-
scope, for instance, a tiny drop
of water siphoned from a slimy
puddle appears to be a lake dart dart-ing
ing dart-ing with fantastic creatures.
TOO OFTEN we relish the
beauty of a rose or a rainbow,
but because God never gives a
commercial, we never thank of.
the sponsor. Actually, as long
as we first honor God in His
official place, the church, on His
cfflcial day, Sunday, we can also
honor Him Monday at sunset or
Thursday at dawn on a snowy
spike of a mountain or a dimpled
blue lake. But the big'lhlng is
to do it God's way ffrst in the
way He established, on the day
He appointed. ;
t faalat Tuan ServieerWultinatea a, C i
Soon Confident GOP Will
Recapture Senate Control
WASHINGTOK. Oct. 6 (UP) ..5 Senate seats at stake in this
Sen. Andrew F. Scboeppeli. c...uu, i now are held by Dem-(R-Kan-
said today he is "verv ocrats and 17 hv Bpnuhiicane
optimistic" Repllblicans will re- eight of the seats are in th
capture control of the Senate now South and are virtually
that President Eisenhower is ac- to the Democrats,
tively campaigning for GOP can- Schoennel
dillates- t. v (that Republicans would retain the
Schoeppel, chairman of the tl seats now held hv tb Remihli.
C.-.s. n. : i J -.----
ocsiaie c ciiiiuttipcii i omrniiict?,
told reporters the President has
"has helped tremendously" with
campaign appearance- in Iowa.
Illinois, Ohio and Kentucky, me
said he expects still more heln
from Mr. Eisenhower in other key Oregon, and Nevada. Chances are
senate races. i good, nc said, of winning the Sen-
The White House announced ate race in New York,
yesterday that Mr. Eisenhower Schoeppel's analysis contrasted
will expand his mid-October west- with that of Senate Democratic
ern campaign trip to include an Leader Lyndon B. Johnson. John-
extra day in Seattle, Wash. This son earlier this week said reports
He also said Republicans have
an "excellent" ihance of captur capturing
ing capturing from the Democrats two Sen Senate
ate Senate seats in Kentucky and a seat
in West Virginia, Washington.
is where Republican Gov. Arthur
lLanglie is in a tight race for the
I senate seat of Democratic Sen.
Warren G. Magnuson.
The President also will go to
Pennsylvania next Tuesdav
where GOP Sen. James Duff is
fighting for reelection.
Democrats now control the Sen
ate by a 49 47 margin. Of the
are very encouraging about
chances of Democratic candidates
winning over Republican ineom ineom-bent
bent ineom-bent senators in Pennsylvania;,
Idaho, California, and Smith Da Dakota.
kota. Dakota. Johnson also predicted that
the Democrats would win the
Senate race1 In New York and
pick up both Senate seats in Kentucky.
To Keep Or Not TaKeep?
That's Gl Insurance Deal
WASHINGTON (AFPS) The cancellation and the Insurance
Veterans' Administration now is: will continue in force at the
distributing VA Form 9-5782 to the same rate. However, policy hold hold-services
services hold-services for cancellation of pre- ers will ne longer receive art
mium waivers on term or perm a- nua! "pure risk" refunds,
nttn'. n an Gf .nsurarce under In cases where term insurance
the new Survivor Benefits Act. i to be reinstated, er In inttanc inttanc-Every
Every inttanc-Every member of the Armed at where direct remittances of
Forces must indicate through the premij.n will be made, the 'A
Defense Department special bui- will return portion or tne com
letin" his course of action with
reference to the insurance provi provisions
sions provisions of the legislation which be becomes
comes becomes effective January 1, 1907.
According to VA estimates,
pleted form te the serviceman
with a itatement of the a.n.iunt
of he premium a presen age
and the due date of payments.
With this information, reinsured
some 600,000 to 650,000 servicemen personnel may either make new
with premium." under waiver will allotments to the VA through their
have to make a decision to retain, organizations, or resume payinf
drop or hold in abeyance GI poli- on their own.
cy rights in signing this special, ...
bulletin questionnaire. Any eligible member of the Arm-
T ww aaJJ t am t 'Mia inHii .f'l t I nrf d Forces who docs not wish tt
1111 UU.' ".."ll IU ttlia. IHVITlUi'tWl HA-- ,w , a t TCi f w
required to complete VA Form 9- pick up his option on a USGU of
5782, which Will be avai.abk in NSU policy now ana preiere
unit personnel offices to cancel Keep w. i"v""."
present waivers. present law may continue to do so
Where premium waivers en until discharge a though beneflta
permanent plan policies a r e I will be less liberal in the event of.
voided, the VA will record the death. J
Dynamic Walter Winchell
To Premiere On TV Show
llVJfShM "to'th feature of the first show
tier WinVhell if. retttntina to show, will be one 01 v v s nuve.euc
XnATtOfl Of SYMBOLS AND ABBR IV I ATIONS
business the field in which he first
performed as a youngster, and in
which he continued for several
...... ..nit .i i.i v: r M
years uouii uic sian ut use lastscu ir Vinr-hall
rteiaonarsar rnlumri Mak nC the as S "hoofer. WlllCheU
as i .: ... u.... liaiire
lirat nine; nsuai vscwejra nasrc ewvru ...
or heard "WW" sans his itRCcato The show wdl be cote
delivery of news items,
hnsst nne of today's too names.
who was an unknown until be met
And, harking oack to -ms oaya
w i u
ftoduret) enturly by HOG
SBC: Brinih Brrxirai'ioi Cotooraaoa
NSC National Safety Cawaol
4 Seoueat reyoeae
ROB: sUdiodittuisoa rraaeaiae
RNIS: Rom Norwaajie laf Service
USA Ok Aran
'A- u s is forte
USN: U. 1 Nan
USTD US fteisurv
VA: Veterani Aetasiriiiiiittoe
yn vrace w) Aasarsee
VBULt WatlawiaV Broe4eairlaj State
"The Walter WincheU Show"
will have a flexible format, taking
in virtually all forms of entertain
ment. With Perry Como as his
initial guest star, Winchell also
has signed Jimmy Durante for
bis second show and Roberta Sher Sherwood
wood Sherwood for the third. On future
programs he will present "live"
scenes from Bro dway shows with
the orginal cast and top names.
on me premleri program,
Ceme will introduce for the first
time hit new recording, "Moon
iignt Love, which will be re
leaied the day after the pro program.
gram. program. The tune it Debuny'a
"Clair de Lune." with werdi bv
Mitchell Pa rri.lt it's the first
Aim aooearine on the premier
program will be Simmy Davis,
Jr. Red Buttons and Martha
HIGH BRIDGE, N.J. (UP)
When newspaper distributor
suddenly derided to quit his job
before the day's papers were
doled out. three teen-age boys
took over for him.
Their service was an improve improvement
ment improvement on the speed of the. former
newshov. hut police didn't iliink
time the compoier't estate hat ; the job as a whole was well .done.
permitted wards te be written te Police Chief (Jluford A. H e or or-Como
Como or-Como also will do a medley of dered the boys, aged 14. and
other songs by Parrish. who wrote 19, to pick up the hundreds of
such numbers as "Stard u at," i newspapers they bad scattered
Deep Purple," "Moonlight Sere-' over seven streets.
t." 1 i aim i
JTJWDAT, OCTOBER T, ttW
THE 8TJNDAT AMEElCAfl
Army Finds Past In Search Ahead
WASHINGTON (UP)- Work Work-en
en Work-en at an Army research labors-j
tory keep bumping into the past
while developing military equip equipment
ment equipment of the future.
A construction worker at the
Engineer Research and Develop-,
ment Laboratory at nearby Ft.
Belvoir, Va. unearthed a 142-
year-old cannonbaU fired by the
British in the War of 1812.
Four years ago another cast cast-iron
iron cast-iron shot of similar origin turned
up. And last year Ft Belvoir en engineers
gineers engineers found a petrified tree
stump 80 million years old on the
site of a nuclear power reactor.
Royal Netherlands Steamship Co.
Celebrating 100th Anniversary
One hundred years ago, the
Stoomboot Maatschappij, N. V.
(Royal Netherlands Steamship
Co.) was formally established in
THE IDEAL PICTURE: "THE KING AND V ON TUESDAY
AT THE BELLA VISTA THEATRE
Prim schoolmarm Deborah Kerr does an Oriental fan dance to the delight of her royal
pupils. The charming musical scene is one of many from' 20th Century-Fox's exquisite
screen version of the Rodgers and Hammersteln smash hit "THE KING AND I," opening
on Tuesday at your Bella Vista Theatre. Yul Brenner, star of the original Broadway show,
recreates his role of "The King" hi the multi-million dollar screen vehicle, the second to be
filmed in the new Cinemascope 55.
ICED TEA NESTEA
ICID 0 HOT .OHICIOUS-FUVOtf Ul-THIIMY
III a sssSr
'I iH m
Hand Baas Ceramics
French & German
No. 16 Tivoli Avenue
Amsterdam, in the Netherlands.
She started with & few ves-
in the trnriA hptwppn Am
sterdam and Bordeaux (France)
and Amsterdam and St Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg (now Leningrad).
mere ts a great deal of his his-torical
torical his-torical background leading up
to the establishment of this
steamship company. In 1856
the Crimean War ended; there
existed as a result of this war,
together with the rising Euro European
pean European economy, a shortage of
The comDanv raDidlv extended
her services from Amsterdam to
countries in the Baltic Sea, Brit British
ish British Channel ports, the Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean and the Black Sea.
By the end of 1857. the K.N.S
M. was the owner of seven ves
sels, among which were the "An
na Paulowna," "willem UI" and
"Berenice." each of about 600
tons, the smaller "Rembrandt,"
"Urania" and "Ondine" of 300
Although the comnany never
used sailing vessels, these first
vessels of her fleet were equip equipped
ped equipped not only with enelnes. but
also with sails, which under fa
vorable weather conditions were
used as an aid to the engines.
x ne iouowing years saw a ra
pid extension of the fleet In
1868 the company transDorted
I more than 145,000 tons of cargo.
In the years immediately fol following
lowing following 1900. the K.N.S.M. went
through a "renaissance"; the
company's organization and the
fleet was entirely modernized.
In 1912. the Royal Nether Netherlands
lands Netherlands West India Mail was en entirely
tirely entirely absorbed by the KJIJS. KJIJS.-M.,
M., KJIJS.-M., also with wvieto to the fu future
ture future opening of the Panama
Canal, which was expected to
open an entire new field in
transatlantic shipping. By the
outbreak of the war of 1914,
the company had a fleet of SO
bottoms, with a carrying cap capacity
acity capacity of 131,770 tons.
88. "Agamemnon" of the K N -S.M.
was the first vessel under
the flag of the Netherlands
which transited the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal on May 18, 1915. Although
the Panama Capal was officially
opened on August 15. 1914, World
War I prevented Panama Canal
transits of the Netherlands ves vessels
sels vessels at an earlier date. The SS
"Agamemnon" Inaugurated K.-
NS.M. regular services to the
west Coast of South America,
World War I caused consider
a Die losses to tne company's
fleet, yet Intensive new building
resulted in a total tonnage of
almost 200.000 in carrying caps
city by 192a Between 1926 and
1930, the company constructed
various big-type passenger ves
sels for her transatantlc serv
ices, calling regularly at Cris
tobal, like the "Colombia,' "Cos
ta Rica" and "Simon Bolivar."
The world crisis between
World War I and II had a disas
trous effect on the company al
so. In 1953, then owning 91 ves vessels,
sels, vessels, no less than 19 vessels with
a carrying capacity of about
103.000 tons, had to be "shelv
ed." Improvement in the freight
traffic came by the end of 1938,
which might have given renew renewed
ed renewed confidence for the future if
it had not been overshadowed
by the menace of a new war.
At the conclusion of hostili hostilities,
ties, hostilities, an extensive program of re rebuilding
building rebuilding and modernizing the
fleet was taken in hand with all
energy, so that now, In its 100
year of existence, the K.NS.M.
has a fleet of 77 seagoing ves vessels,
sels, vessels, with a carrying capacity of
about 226,000 tons, and 44 ves
sels especially constructed for
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the trade on the River Rhine,
one of the great arteries of ex export
port export from Germany via Holland
Nowadays. K NS.M. main maintains
tains maintains regular services between
prictically all North and South
European ports, most ports of
North Africa, and the Near
East. Transatlantic services
comprise those between Eu Europe
rope Europe and Caribbean ports,
countries on the North Coast
of South America, all of Cen Central
tral Central America, and along the
entire West Coast of South A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. There are frequent
and regular sailings between
VA.A. Atlantic and Oulf ports
and the Caribbean area. K. K.-NSJI.
NSJI. K.-NSJI. vessels, with their black
funnel and two white rings,
are to be seen all over Europe
and the Americas.
These vessels continue to
make regular calls at Cristobal
and transit the Panama Canal
LA unH frnm .QjMitVi mnrl nn..t
America every week. KJs3A
iibs meir own onuses in Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal since 1931 and nnmpfniK
Panamanian workers have been
ana stin are in their services,
share In this large world organi organization
zation organization In promoting the trade
ueiween many countries.
Negro Physicians Banned From Assn.
ATLANTA, Oct. 6 (UP)
The Fulton County Medical So Society
ciety Society Thursday night voted two
to one against (the vote was 243
to 117 against) admitting Negro
physicians as active members
without restriction, some 20 Ne Negroes
groes Negroes have applied for full
Later, the society passed' by
acclamation an amendment pro providing
viding providing for the admission of Ne Negroes
groes Negroes as "scientific members."
The society adopted a similar a a-mendment
mendment a-mendment In 1952 but there are
no members now in the "scien "scientific"
tific" "scientific" classification.
Get ft now
THE ONI AND ONLY
Until 5:00 O'clock
As this Is one of the few
times during the week
when we usually have
mors salesmen than
IT IS THE BEST TIME
(any, but we have no
Saturday afternoon Salivary)
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Made to stay ActheJy
Antiseptic for up to 4
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Inhibits or destroys
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Satina will carry you smoothly
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AT BARGAIN PRICES
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Ye$, Scrtina makes your iron fly cuts down iron ironing
ing ironing tune on every starched item in your basket.
Mix Satina with your hot, ready-to -iron starch and
see just how delightfully easy it is to iron the
Satina -way. Your clothe will look and itay critp ami
clean longer, and smell divinely fresh I
Gel your box of Satina today -the
BIG ironing aid in the little package I
df you re sewing minded..
or just curious.. you won t want
to miss the opportunity
, to consult with Mrs. Adriana Gerber
PFAFF tewing expert from Germany.
She can give you pointers on how to
achiovs that tailor-made look to all that you sew
(DuJiing TLaiLonal S&winq Wash
Mrs. Gerber will be happy to
discuss your problems with you.
Watch her demonstrations
on the only Truly Automatic
Precision sewing machine PFAFF.
See the amazing exhibit of
the beautiful article sewn
on the fabulous PFAFF.
(Formerly Philippine Rattan Furniture)
4th of July Ave. At the sign of the clock Tel. 2-zlll
Free Raffle Ticket will be given to alt who visit Tropicana during
National Sewing Week. Drawing to be held at Tropicana Oct 13 at 11:00
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THE SFXDAT AMERICAN
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, lib
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Capt. And Mrs. Springrhorpe
Sail Hm In Yacht
Capt. and Mrs. Sprinthorpe. who
formerly lived on the Atlantic
Side arrived here aboard their 80
foot yacht Lakaoia, recently.
They sailed from Miami, where
they now make their borne, in Ju July
ly July and took the trip across the
1 Caribbean in easy stages, stopping
in Havana, Swan Island, Cape
Gracias-a-Dios in Honduras ond
Bluefields in Nicaragua. They
were accompanied by a dog, eat,
canary and parakeet.
The Springthorpes are making
the Panama Canal Yacht Club at
Cristobal their headquarters while
they are here.
DECORATED BY PERU Mrs. Catita Lewis congratulated by Miss Hilda Arambnru
daughter of ibV Peruvian' Ambassador,, on ra ceiving the Honor al Merito Naval decoration
from Peru. Mrs; German Aramburu.;'wife of the Ambassador is shown at the right.
, : s- ; :
ANNUAL BEM'FlT CARD PARTY AnIb&EA PLANNED
BY I AWC FOR BELLA VISTA CHILDREN'S HOME
The annuai card party and tea grren by the Inter Ainer-
Kan Women' Club to aid the children in the Bella Vista
ome has Income a tradition on the Isthmus. The Bella
Vista Children's Home Committee has announced that the
event will take place this year at the Amador Officer's Open
Mess, Tuesday, Nov. t.
ifornia yesterday to slay over overnight
night overnight at the Hotel El Panama en
route to Ecuador.
Mrs. V. RobillarU
' Returns To States
Mrs. V. R. Robillard left by plane
: on Friday for Miami, Florida.
! Mrs. Rohillaril was matron nf Hon.
. or for her' sister, the former Hel-
The card party wiU start at 1.00 nama City, Mrs. A. C. Roessler of ene de Boyrie who became the
g, and tea will be served at; Balboa Heights, Mrs. Forrest G. bride of Mar Edward Orton, Jr.,
'w0 oclocK. uuring we y'u i kudsihuoi, msv ui uminw m mormeasi, f ennsyivama, on
nam of musical entertainment, ana Mrs. Kirnara m. lvei-ce ui aaiuraay, Sept. 22 at the Christ
While on the Isthmus, Mrs. Ro-
and dancing will he presented, tort uayion.
re Elmer (i. ADDOU 01 uiumu
'oiohte is chairman of the com Mr. And Mrs. Paul Friedman
Mitt in rharae of arrangements Leave ror States vacation hiiirrf
with Mrs Benjamin Chen of Pa-1 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Friedman of. 8
ha'tna City acting as co-chairman. Ancon reft yesterday for a
lCirkets which were placed on month vacation in the States
sale this week, may be purchas-i
Cay Nineties Dinner
Dance At Clayton
The member., of the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton NCO Wives' Club entertained
their husbands recently at a Gay
Nineties Dinner Dance. An appro appropriate
priate appropriate men was served at tables
decorated with candles. The en entertainment
tertainment entertainment for the evening was a
demonstration of square and folk
dances by several members of the
Star and Circle Square Dance
Club; ' I
Those attending were M-Sgl.
and Mrs. M. M. Moore, M-Sgt.
and Mr. F. M. Dorsett, M-Sgt.
and Mrs. C. 6. Hunt, SFC and
Mrs: J. Kihl, Sgt. and Mrs. R. L.
Sharman. M-Sgt. and Mrs. Cletus
i ley. M-Sgt. and Mrs. J. R. Ro Ro-luffs,
luffs, Ro-luffs, SFC and Mrs. S. G. Montgo Montgomery,
mery, Montgomery, M-Sgt. and Mrs. H. Mason,
SFC and Mrs. N. Reed. M-Sgt. and
Mrs. H. A. Moore, M-Sgt. and
Mrs. George McCoy, SFC and
Mrs. R. A. Summers. M-Sgt. and
Mrs. D. L. Grubbs, M-Sgt. and
Mrs. J. 0. Conway. M-Sgt. and
Mrs. T. J. Williams, SFC and Mrs.
R. W. R als, M-Sgt. and Mrs. A.
A. Cournoyer, Sp-2 and Mrs. E. J.
Brogan. SFC and Mrs. E. J. Blond.
SFC and Mrt. C. E. Stowell, Sp-1
and Mrs. W. Ahlf, M-Sgt. a twl
Mrs. J. Brice, M-Sgt. and Mrs. A.
M. Wagner. SFC and Mrs. L. W.
Howell, SFC and Mrs. R. Wood,
Mrs. Wanda Huber, Mrs. Susan
Door prizes for the evening were
won oy Mrs. W. Ahlf and M-Sgt.
C. E. Hunt.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
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Choice of complimentary cocktail
and delicious menu. Music by
LUCHO AZCARRAGA'S TRIO
in the air conditioned BALBOA ROOM from
' 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
be sure to hear our
at 9 p.m. tonight with
Orchestra for the
regular dinner in the
No cover No minimum
(2 shows at 9 t 11 p.m. tomorrow in the Bella Vista Room)
See her during her short one week rnjrag-ement In Panama!
GEORGE GODOY plays the piano tonight
from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. in the Balboa Bar
as well as on Tues., Wed and thurs.
tttk neric for inclusion in ibis
celumn sheaM submitted in
type-written form sad mailed to on
f th box numbers listed daily m
"Social an) Otkerwist," m dcJiver dcJiver-d
d dcJiver-d by hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot b accented h
Mrs. Frd Bowtcr Will N
Talk To Officers' Wives
All new arrivals and all members
of the Amador ofiicers' Vttrw
Club are invited to the regular
monthly meeting to be held at Ft.
Amador Officers Club Wednesday
at 12. 30 o'clock.
The meeting will take the form
of a luncheon, and will be a joint
amr witn me re Kobue aua f t.
Clayton Officers' Wives Clubs.
"How to Choose Lints" will ho
the subject of a talk by Mrs. Krcd
Bowzer, who will illustrate her
talk with examples of fine linen.
Reservations will be necessary.
The regular meeting coffee of
the Quarry Heights Women's club
will be held on Wednesday, Oct,
10, at 9 JO a. m. at the Quarry
Hights Officers' Club. For cancel cancellations,
lations, cancellations, please notify one of the
following hostesses prior to noon
on Tuesday, October 9th: Mrst C.
S. McGowan, Sirs. W. R. May, or
Mrs. H. P. Wheaton, Jr.
Gen George W. Goethals
Post No. 33S VFW
The next regular meeting of the
General George W. Uoethals
Post No. 3835 Veterans of Foregia
Wars of the U. S. wit be held at
the Post Home in Cocoli at 7:30p.
The post commader asks v that
all members attend this important
meeting. A large number of ap applications
plications applications for membership is to be
acted upon. There also will be
nominations for the position of
one year trustee for the unexpir unexpired
ed unexpired portion of this elective year,
LSU Here Records
As 156 students heaan pli
in the Louisiana State University!
week, figures indicate a record
enrollment for the first Fall sem-1
..There are 94 Army personnel,
39 Air Farce, 6 Navy and 17 clvl
liens enrolled in Hie five courses
Of the courses offered, Spanish
la the most popular. Other courses
include history 1, history 127,
English lb, and English lc. The
iirsi term ends on November 24.
The ratio between the number
of students now enrolled in the
LSU program add the number of
men in ine command mis jear is
greater than last year's figures.
In last year's first Fait semester
there were only 142 students aad
only 157 students in this year's
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couple will return from their honeymoon in 8 an Francisco, Calif., next Wednesday.
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Business B-irean frowns a- nn
I to buy automobiles on a "chain1
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William Carrieo. manaerr nf
the Detroit bu-esi ?aid the oro oro-motion
motion oro-motion is worked by high pres pressure
sure pressure operators. A dealer Is signed
up ana mc operators install a bat battery
tery battery of telephone "talkers" who
Offer new cars free.
When a prospect shows up he is
uueieu pn wuereny ne can
earn car payments by sending in
But still the car buyer is re required
quired required to make a substantial down
payment ana sign a time payment
1 1 contract. The agency aarees to
Kobbe Youth Council1
Plans Two Parties
CAMRErnnp ttiv .,. r
u.. .j c ";.r wuina ways wautea t i contract, ine agency agrees to
On Harvard Square there is a;of this shop with eight rainc ; credit him with $ioo if a prospect
mens store whinn inmrMtlv if ibmvI! h. .i- K.
k jT tULZ ij l vl aicrj wuiuui me ior- "e supplies ouys a car. He also
m II 1 U1U "; maiuy oi paying for same. We is promised $50 for each prospect
abut customers jaim to please. If the crook will his prospect suDolies.
uwner rrea snaw recently pu .return well be glad to alter the "I'm not sure where ft wonU
coats 10 ms size. end," carrico said, "but soon ev
erybody would be a prospect and
noway couw una new ones.
this sign in his window:
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husky ainij HArrx nouneing cms oaDy is no easy ihok.
10-month old Ronnie, who is shown Jiere with his mother, u
the son of Dr. and Mrs. Norman Schtager of Gavilan, Ba.Doa.
the Euhlagers come from;'DenveT, Colorado.
(Photo by Jean Bailey)
Fem Leaf Chapter OIS
Will Hold Card Party
A card party will be sponsored
by the Fern Leaf Chaper No. 4
OES Saturday, Oct. 13 at the An An-con
con An-con Masenlc Tamfile.. Y,
Vrt gjfoea wm be-'btarted at-j
7 30 p.m. Door jfrisal and indivi individual
dual individual prizes will be awartdit4
refreshments will be served".
All members and friends are in
vited. Tickets may be obtained by
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Led by the Woman's Auxiliary,
the women of the parish of St.
Jeter's in La Boca tomorrow will
make their monthly corporate
communion, which is observed on
the first Sunday of each montn.
In addition, the auxiliary mem mem-Wc
Wc mem-Wc will nresent their envelopes
for the Presiding Bishop's Fund
for world relict, aisinouiea to
them sometime ago.
The communion service starts
10:30 e. m. and will be a choral
calibration, with the Rev. John
Morning prayer will be conduct conducted
ed conducted 9 a. m. and evening prayer 7:
30 p. m. by the layreaders.
Members of St. Peter's branch
of the Woman's Auxiliary are
mm!H hv tii nresident. Mrs.
Eulean Harris, to attend a regio
nal meeting at tne cainearei oi
St. Luke next Thursday night.
at the door of the Temple on Sat
Mrs Dorothy Ellison
Of Protestant Ladies
At the t-meetlwMt the I'm
testtt1e:GuiM .of the Fort
Gulick Chapel, recently, Mrs. Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy Ellison was elected presi president
dent president of the newly formed organi organization.
zation. organization. Other officers electtd were Mrs.
Janet Valdez, vice-president; Mrs.
Louise Headspeath, secretary and
treasurer; and Mrs. Shirley Arms,
Future plans call for Gdild
meetings to be held the First
Thdrsday of each month at 1:30
p.m. at the Fort Gulick Chapel.
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See the absolutely free demonstrations
being given by Mrs. Gerber, PFAFF fac factory
tory factory specialist ... on the world famous
truly automatic precision Sewing machine.
6 machines in 1
Mrs. Cerber has come from Germany in
order to cooperate in National Sewing
week . now in progress. Her demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations are being hold at
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Paper On Peaches
Wins Ark U Prize
FAYETTEVILLE.- Ark. A
technical paper written by two U U-niversitv
niversitv U-niversitv of Arkansas scientists
has won an award as one of the
five best papers published in .the
Proceedings of the American So Society
ciety Society of Horticultural. Sciences in
The peter, entitled "Growth
Inhibiting Substances in la la-treete
treete la-treete of Dement Flower Buds
ef Peach" was written by C. H.
Henderthott end L. F. Bailey.
Hendershott was formerly an in in-ticulture
ticulture in-ticulture and Forestry and a mem mem-tleulura
tleulura mem-tleulura and Fpresry nd a mem member
ber member of the Arkansas Agricultural
Experiment Station staff. For the
Jast year he has served with the
rkansas Agricultural Mission to
T)r BiUv lttnrialc nrofessor
ef botany and bacteriology in the
College of Arts and sciences, aas
been a member of the University
faculty since 1951.
Each year the Society selects
the five top papers published in
th. two volumes of the proceed
mgs during the past year. Awards
go to the best papers in the fields
of pomology, vegetable crops, row
crops and floriculture.
. The Arkansas paper was tops
in the pomology competition
The awards were announced at
the annual meeting of the Ameri American
can American Society of Horticulture Scien
ccs held at Storrs, Conn.
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ters of families stationed at Fort
tvoobe. nave jeen re.en..v an
The council, which meets every
f'ird T!(-dav nf' tu w has
tile ralr nf rnnrriinatina ni finini..
ing youth activities which include
In' lApiiaD ninh Rnv Scnme
Club Scouts, Girl 'Scouts", Brownie!
aoouts. ton JKoooe Little League
Baseball team, rifling' Club, sum summer
mer summer recreation program and all
post wide children's parties, v
Most recently ffi rnnncil has
been busy writing and ado
new constitution and planni
for a Halloween Carnival
The .new constitution
ad executive board' cc
the honorary chairman
vice chairman,' secret
surer, a reprerentative
neadauarters. two wiv
missunea ob.cei s. and two Uftes
ot enlisted personnel.
The main bodv ef the. youth
! oers jit large, including a
aeuiduve irom eacn recogi
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by the Dillon and Hickman'
struction Company for- the
s miction ox an sir conditi
musir rnnm Mitinn In th. T
American High School- at Pure
C. A. High made a low offer
$6,646 for tne construction of the
building without air conditioning,
Bids on thp nrnipf t u r nuiuJ
Friday morning by Col. Hugh M.
vmoiu, engineering ana construc construction
tion construction director in th Kivl .,r,.
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Balboa Heights. In addition to
Dillon and Hickman and. High,
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, MM
rturo Delvalle Llassic lops nace Lard lodav
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To Vie For $3000 Purse
Six of the best three-year-old native thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds in training will dispute a $3000-added purse
pins a beautiful silver trophy this afternoon in the
one-mile Arturo Delvalle Classic at the President
Tnn wriehted Don Brigido is!
ate' to be the mutuels favorite
and should have little difficulty
returning a winner if he races as
well as he has in his last three
starts. Reliable Ruben Vasquez
will guide the brown son of
Tingat, the big colorbearerr'
the Haras- Carinthia, shapes
. ii.iiiiin r- nmv vnr r
contender. Cristian Rebolledo will
Barretin- Gatesaba. Tingat always
displays, unsual improvement H
elements in. which he has
never faUed to give a good ac I
count of himself.
Rounding out the six- horse
field are the Don Pastor- Moon-i
handicap for Don Pastor and Lady;
Edna. The distance is a decided
hidicap for Don Pastor and Lady
Edna and Elenita apparently do
nvt have the necessary class to
outrace Don Brigido or Tingat.
.The event is an annual tribute
to Juan Franco pioneer turfman
Don Arturo Delvalle who didj
much to put racing on its present!
-Arm footing. Don Anuro. a inie
the thoroughbred, bred
and raced some fine local pro
ducts including the unforgettable
Royal Eagle, undoubtedly the
best horse ever bred in the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama. Royal Eagle
competed successfully against im imported
ported imported Class "A" thoroughbreds
at Juan Franco.
Members of tlie Devalle family
will be the track's guests and, as
usual, the Delvalle brothers (Max
and Eric) will present the win winning
ning winning jockey with a special -prize.
Victory for Lady Edna would
be most pleasing since she will be
racing under the famous Stud EI1
Aguila's red and gold that Once
were borne by Don A r t ur o s
The secondary attraction is
six furlong sprint for First Series
throughbreds in which Cachafat,
Globe Trotter, Grey Juan. Persi
flage and Lucky Test will com
I FIRST RACE
ISffi &40' ZM'
First Double: $7.80.
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1 Pereque M.
1 After Me $14.20, $5.80.
2 Riscal S2.60.
1 El Fakir $9.60, $4.
2 Principe de Gales $4.20.
Second Double: S95
1 Folletito $9.80, $3.40.
o Bagdad S5.
iVeneansa $15.40, $7.80.
2 Dona Beatr'z $9.40.
1 Melendei $7.60, $4.
2 Kadir $3.20.
A Masterpiece of the
CIA. CYRNOS. S.
BROOKLYN AM K O A
Gilliam. If .4
eese, M ., 4
Snider, cf 3
Robinson, 3b 3
Hodges, lb 3
Furillo, rf 4
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Bauer, rf ,
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.3 0 0 0 0
Carey, 3b ....
.31 5 8 27 12
a Flied out for Craig In 7th.
Brooklyn 010 001 1003
New York 010 003 lOx 5
Errors Carey. Neal. RBI Campa Campanella,
nella, Campanella, Snider, ( Hodges scored on Car Carey's
ey's Carey's error in 7th I, Martin, Slaughter
3, Berra. Doubles Berra, Furillo.
Triple Reese. Homeruns Martin,
Slaughter. Sacrifice Fly Campanella,
Snider. Double Plays Martin, Mc McDougald,
Dougald, McDougald, Collins; Craig, Reese, Hodg Hodges;
es; Hodges; Neal. Reese, Hodges. Left on Base
Brooklyn 5, New York 4. Bases on
Balls off Craig I, Labine I, Ford 2
Strikeouts Craig 4, Labine 2, Ford
7. Hits off Craig 7 In 6 innings,
Labine 1 in 2, Ford 8 in 9. Rons and
Earned Runs Craig 4-4, Labine NO,
Ford 3-2. WP Ford. LP Craig.
Britain's Steeplechasers Rate
Good Chance At Olympic Games
By S. A. TOMLIN
EdRor of "The Modern Athlete"
Only a few nations will send
a full complement of three ath athletes
letes athletes to the Olympic Games in
Melbourne, Australia, in Novem November
ber November to contest the Olympic 3,000
meters steeplechase and none
of ithem would appear to have a
better chance than Britain of
getting all three into the twelve twelve-man
man twelve-man final.
Steeplechase running has-been
practised in Britain1 for over a
century but strangely enough it
was only in 1950 that John Dis Dis-ley
ley Dis-ley emerged as the first real
specialist in the Olympic 3,000
meters event. Last year, with
Disley as second best in the
world, the ranking lists showed
that Britain bad a stronger
team of steeplechasers than any
other nation; performances so
far this year tonflrm this, for
all the trio selected for the
Oames are among the ten best
in the world. ,Thls resurgence
was basically due to the nation
al scheme of athletic coaching
that Britain's Amaiteur Athletic
Association the govern 1 n g
body for the sport introduced
Break WWi Tradition
It was Geoffrey Dyson the
appointed Chief coach who con converted
verted converted Disley Into a steeplechas steeplechaser
er steeplechaser after h had not progressed
to the extent he would have
liked as a Tat runner. Here was
a break with tradition. The
steeplechase had not
previously been an event to
be taken sericiusly. it was some something
thing something that th occasional runner
would casuallv take un and
without anv sneclal attention to
teehniai'e depend upon Ms nat natural
ural natural running speed and strength
to get round the course.
Ther was really little en enticement
ticement enticement for a more specializ specialized
ed specialized approach. Tracks eanipned
with a water jump were few
and far between and there was
but little regular competition.
Steeplechasinr. was In fact al almost
most almost nothing more than a
summer recreation for the
Wllnter cross-country runner
something to fill n until the
more popular cross-country
season started again.
In fact In the early davs of
athletics in Britain It was' win winter
ter winter running over the countryside
'that had most popular appeal.
And In the first Olympic stee steeplechase
plechase steeplechase events at various dis distances
tances distances which started in 1900
when the Oames were held In
Paris, Britain was the most dom dominant
inant dominant nation with athletes who
were essentially cross-runners.
In this category was Percv
Hodee, the Olympic chamnlon
of 1920 when the dtstanc of 3.-
ooo meters was first established.
He was Britain's last winner, for
wnue other nartlons then began
to concentrate on the event
British athletes in .a general
way did not. The result being,
only four placed comnetitors In
me last six games. The best of
these was, Tommy Evenson who
finished second In 1932.
In 1932, Evenson ran the nnn
meters over obstacles in nine
minutes 18.8 seconds and that
remained a British best until
1950 when Disley In almost his
first race over that distance distance-two
two distance-two miles being the established
distance lowered this long
standing record. He then pro pro-pressed
pressed pro-pressed rapidly during the next
two years to finish third at
Helsinki in eight minutes 51.8
When Distance Was Chan red
This example of specialization
and what It could achieve was
taken up by others. A notable
case was Chris Brasher a aood
runner 'who had not quite got
the speed for International com competition,
petition, competition, and was in facts when
24 years of age in 1952, thinking
of retiring. But the Olvmrrics
lured him and after only a few
mom lis special steeplechase
training managed to get Inside
the Olympic record when quali qualifying
fying qualifying for the final at Helsinki.
Then came another break
wfth tradition. In 1954 the na national
tional national championship distance
was changed from two miles
21 (Black Jack I
to 3,008 meters. Third place In
that race was occupied by Eric
Shirley then a new name
for it was h's first season of
steeplechasing. Eric, at the
fairly advanced age of 25, had
never been more than an av average
erage average runner on track and
country. But tie tackled chas chasing
ing chasing with considerable deter'
mination and this initial suc success
cess success gave him confidence for
Early the next year he became
the first athlete of any nation nationality
ality nationality to get Inside nine minutes
for the new distance in Britain.
He was beaten by Disley in the
championship but before the
season ended was able to claim
successes over established world
stars like Karvonen (Finland)
and Chromick (Poland) who
was the holder of the world rec rec-cord
cord rec-cord at the tim e and had es established
tablished established a new British record of
eight minutes 47.6 seconds which
gave him a world ranking of
In the meantime running for
Britain against the union of
Socialist Soviet Republics in
Moscow, Disley had beaten the
best Russian athletes in eight
minutes 442 seconds for a sec second
ond second place ranking, so with
Brasher occupying the tenth po position
sition position Britain could justifiably
claim a leading place in world
atiairs in 1955 and had given a
direct pointer to Olympic possi possibilities.
bilities. possibilities. So into the present season.
Having a keen appreciation of
miernauona' competition ana
realizing tbait th games were
to take place In November, these
tnree stars set themselves a
minimum target of eiv;ht min minutes
utes minutes 35 seconds as a Melbourne
reauirement and have tended to
delay their training in order to
only reach a peak at the end of
tne season and just before the
Approaching Olympic Target
The wisdom is obvious and
the progress has been in keep keeping.
ing. keeping. None of them had a se serious
rious serious steeplechase until the
championship in July. And
they met each other for the
f rst time. After an exciting
race In bad weather conditions
Shirley with a fine turn of
finishing speed overtook Dis Disley
ley Disley near the finish to win in
eight minutes 51.6 seconds for
a new champlonsh:ps best
performance. Brasher was
third just In front of Strsel Strsel-Mschi
Mschi Strsel-Mschi (Rumania) in what
was, for htm, the disappointing
Pennsylvania 14 Dartmouth 7
Maine 14 Vermont 0
i-arnegie Tech l-Johns Hop. 13
i em pie is Munienberg 14
Princeton 39 Columbia 0
Army 14-Penn State 7
Springfield 26-Northeastern 0
Delaware 46 Hampton Inst. 6
Tufts 19-Harvard 13
Hobart 20 Rochester 0
Williams 42 Colby 0
Navy 14-CorneU 0
Hamilton 47 R.P.I. 0
Holy Cross 20-Colgate 6
Franklin ft Mar. 15 Dickinson 0
Swarthmore 13 Susquehanna 12
Brandeis 13 American Int. 12
Drexel Tech 13 Ursinus 7
Gettysburg 20 Albright 6
Norwich 20 St. Lawrence 7
Yale 20 Brown 2
E. Stroudsburg 13 Shippeosburg 0
iimp. i-tinoae island 7
Haverford 33 Wagner 7
Bloomsburg Tchrs. 3 Cortland
Lycoming 19 Lebanon Valley 0
Lehigh 25 Buckneli 6
Wash. & Jeff. 14 Allegheny 14
Brockport 12 Clarion Tchrs. 7
Wesleyan 19 Coast Guard 12
Connecticut 27 Rutgers 7'
Upsala 7 Bates 6
Worcester Tech 7 Mlddlebury 0
'New Haven 33 West Chester 7
Trinity (Conn.) 40 Bowdoin 13
National 13 Wash. (D.C.) II
Juniata 25 Moravian 0
Baylor 14 Maryland 0
Virginia Union 25 Howard 7
Tennessee 33 Duke 20
Mississippi St. 19 Ga. 7
V.rglnia 7 Wake Forest 6
Randolph-Macon 6 w. Mary Maryland
land Maryland 2
William Mary 18 Boston U. 18
Hampton-Syd. 28 Guilford 19
Kentucky 17 Florida '8
Johnson Smtlh 7 St. Paul 0
S. Carolina 14 N. Carolina 0
Michigan State 9 Michigan 0
Tulane 20 Northwestern 13
St. Joseph's 35 Valparaiso 0
Capital 19 Miram 6
John Carroll 7 Genera 7
Notre Dame 20 Indiana 6
Denlson 47 Kenyon 0
Wayne 6 Case tech 0
Anderson 21 Taylor 8
Butler 32 Indiana Bute 0
Xavier (O.) 31 Ohio Univ. 7
Baldwin-Wallace 14 Oberhn 13
Iowa 14 Oregon State 13
Franklin 43 Earlham 14
Ball State 19 Depauw 6
Ohio State 32 Stanford 30
Lake Forest 31 N. Central 13
Central Mich 41 Northern (111.)
time of nine minutes 816 sec sec-ends.
ends. sec-ends. As a result Brasher was left
out of the team against Czecho
slovakia two weeks later and his
chances of making the Olympic
team dm not look good. But a
slight injury to Shirley brought
him into the team. It was his
last chance to Impress the sel selectors,
ectors, selectors, and how well he took it.
As they jumped the .water for
the last time the two Czechs
were beaten. Disley looked the
winner, but running strongly
Brasher headed him two hurdles
from home to. force Disley into
breaking the British record with
a new time of eight minutes 46 -6
seconds, Brasher being just
sixtenths behind for a personal
Dest penormance tnat ensured
him a place in the team, and at
the time a fourth position in
so tnese Olympic men are
slowly approaching their Olym
pic target and from their fine
running so far during this im
portant season, suggest that they
will challenge the best at Mel
lenes Imp. 6 rem.
Pune $400.00 Pee) Closes 12:45
FIRST RACI OF THI DOUBLE
R. Cristian 115
V. Castillo 115
J. Jimenez 117x
A. Vasquez 115
L. Olraldo 113
2nd Race 2nd Series Imp. 7 Fft.
Purse $500.00 Peel Closes 1:15
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Camberwell. F. Gatica 108
2 Galisto O. Vasquez 105x
3 Suzerain A. Vasquez 113
4 Distlngo F. Alvarez 113
5 Dawn Song O. de Leon 108
3rd Race "H" Native 7 Ft.
Purse $275.00 Peel Closes 1 :45
1-GsOden Pick J. PMUips 113
2 Winsaba A. Reyes R. 103x
3 Volador c. Ruiz 110
4 Don Jaime J. Gongora 118
5 Sherry Time A. Ycaza 113
6 Sirena O. de Leon 102
4th Race "C" Natives 5 Pg
Purse $125.00 Peel Clem 2:20
1 La Enea J, Bravo 115
2 Radical A. Vasquez 115
3 La Guar arena V. Brown 112
4 Joe R. Cristian, 118
5 Rabilanco B. Baeza 110
6 Portal J. Phillips 114
5th Race "Arturo del Valle Classic"
1 MH Peel Closes 2:55
1 Tingat R. Cristian 122
2 Lady Edna F. Alvaren 110
-Elenita O. de Leon 104
4 Don Brigido R. Vascmez 124
5 (Moonshiner H. Ruiz 104
6 (Don Pastor O. Sanchez 114
6th Race 3rd Series Imp. 7 Fft
Puree $400.00 Peel Closes 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Copadora O. de Leon 108
2 Panzaretta A. Ycaza 108
Royal Emblem R. L. Gil 115
4 Puerto L. Glraldo 115
5 Vulcanizado J. Jimenez 105x
6 G. Wonder A. Vasquez 113
7 Quilacoya V. Castillo 118
8 Matruh H. Ruiz 10f
7th Race 2nd Serin Imp. 7 Fgs
Purse $500.00 Peel Closes 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Florera O. de Leon 106
2 Oro Purtto J. Jimenez 105x
3 Postlnovlch J. Rodriguez 110
4 Empire Magic H. Ruiz 103
5 Cartlllero A. Vasquez 110
6 Andes B. Baeza 118
Sth Race 3rd Series Imp. 6 Fee.
Pane $400.00 Peel Closet 4:40
1 Grimllda E. Dario 105
2 Morenote G. Montero 103x
3 Soft Note J. Gongora 115
4 Tom Collins B. Baeza 100
5 Teloreo P. Gatica 110
6 Alminar S. Carvajal I07x
9th Race 'Vornado Heap.' 2nd Series
7 Fgs. Pool Close 5:1$
Purs $500.00 ONE-TWO
1 Eric O. de Leon 103
2 Maria Cr is tin a H. Ruiz 110
3 Iguazu A. Reyes R. 103x
4 O. Star F. Gatica 110
5 Gohwo J. Bravo 118
5 Gourmet R. Cristian 110
7 Pavlnetto A. Ycaza 110
8 Pappa Flynn A. Vasquez 122
loth Race 1st Series Imp. 6 Fa
Puree $700.00 Peel Closes 5:40
1 Lucky Test F. Alvarez 105
2 Persiflage S. Carvajal 106x
3 Cachalaz A. Vasquez 118
4 Grey Juan R. L. Gil 103
5 Globe Trotter .... 113
By LUIS ROMER
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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
STORRS, Conn,, Oct 6 (UP'
Connecticut football route
Rutgers, 27-7, today and near,
snapped the nation's secon
longest consecutive sco r 1 n i
Rutgers, which had scored 1;
97 straight games since mki
1944, was held scoreless unt.
only two minutes remained
when Bill Gatyas hurled a pas.,
to Jay Hun ton which went 8
yards for a touchdown to keei
the streak Intact. Only Okla Oklahoma,
homa, Oklahoma, with 106 straight, has
NEW HAVEN, Conn, Oct. (
(VP). Sparked by its threesom.
of Dick Winter-734, Dennis (Tin
Menace) McGill and Al Ward,
Yale completed a 89-yard pas;
and marched 65 and 62 yards
for touchdowns today to defeat
brown, a-2, in its ivy League
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. f
(UP). Tufts' Jumbos trampled
Harvard's new "A" formation
under foot and then came back
vith three scores after a one
touchdown deficit to upset the
favored Crimson 19-13 today.
PRINCETON, N.J., Oct. 6
(UP). Big Tom Morris,
Princeton tailback, scored
three touchdowns today for a
39-0 victory over Columbia's
weakened Lions before 16,000
at Palmer Stadium. One of his
scoring runs was for 70 yards.
WORCESTER, Mass.. Oct. I
(UP). The sophomore-studded
Holy Cross Crusaders responded
to tne cheers of 12,000 home
coming fans at Fitton Field to today
day today by whipping favored Colgate
ITHACA, N. Y., Oct. 6 (CP) (CP)-Navy's
Navy's (CP)-Navy's two-platoon football team
crashed through Cornell's unexpect unexpectedly
edly unexpectedly stout defenses for two third'
period touchdowns and a 14-0 vic victory
tory victory today before 20,000.
ATHENS. Ga.. Oct. 6 (UP)
Sophomore quarterback Bill Stacy
aou ucvikio uuuua uuuugu
scoreless first half today, then
ran 55 yards for the touchdown
that started Mississippi State to a
19-7 victory, Its first of the sea
GETTYSBURG. Oct. 6 (UP)
Gettysburg struck through the air
twice and then poured over a
clincher touchdown on an 86-yard
kick return by Don Haily today in
come-from-behind 20-6 victory
CARLISLE, Pa., Oct. 6 (UP)
Franklin & Marshall College,
sparked by speedy quarterback
Jay Powell, defeated Dickinson,
15-0, today in the 48th meeting of
the two schools.
DURHAM, N. C, Oct. 6 (UP)-
Johnny Majors, a blur of flashing
feet on a ramswept field, scored
or set up three quick touchdowns
and his understudy piled up two
more today to give Tennessee a 33
to 20 victory over Duke, its second
impressive wm In as many starts.
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 6 (UP) -'
Minnesota's new version of Golden
Gophers established themselves as
a definite "darkhorse" in the Big
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Ten race todsy by coming from
emnd to defeat Purdue, 21-T.
LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. 6 (UP)
Reserve quarter back George
larshman kicked a 15 -sard
ield goal with 45 seconds re remaining
maining remaining in the game today to
ive Nebraska a 9-7 victory over
Iowa state in the first Big Seven
conference game for both teams.
IOWA CITY, Iowa, Oct. 6 (UP)
Iowa, outfought for the first
three periods, struck for -two
quick touchdowns in the fourth
quarter today to defeat stubborn
Oregon State, 14-13, before 41, 41,-900
900 41,-900 fans in sunny Iowa Stadium.
LAWRENCE, Kan.,- Oct. 6 (UP)
Sophomore halfback Howard
Cook sped through the Kansas
line almost at-will to pick up
vital first downs and a pair of
touchdowns today and powered
Colorado to a 26-25 Big Seven
victory over Kansas before 20, 20,-000.
000. 20,-000. MADISON, rVLs. Oct. 6 (UP)
Southern California scored
first and fourth-period touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns and beat down a late
uosurge by Wisconsin to win
13-6 today before 53,000 per persons
sons persons in Camp Randal Stadl-
COLUMBIA, Mo., 0t. 6 (UP)
Quarterback Charlie Arnold
rifled three touchdown passes
today in a battle of scoring
thrusts which caught South Southern
ern Southern Methodist on the payoff
end of a 33-27 count against
uswisbuku, ra., oct. 6 CUP)
Lehigh University, scoring in
every period, humbled fumbled
Buckneli, 25-6, today before a
raln-iswept "Dad's Day" crowd of
NEWARK, Del., Oct. 6 (UP)-Lafayette-
snapped a five-year
jinx today when it scored in
every period to upset Delaware,
28-14, before 6,949 fans in the
WEST POINT, N, Y., Oct. -(UP)
- Dick Murtland and Bob
Kyasky scored first period touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns today to give Army a 14-7
victory over Penn State at Michie
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PHILADELPHIA, Oct. (VT)-Down-trodden
by major opposition these past two
seasons, found its level today and
opened its formal Ivy League play
by upsetting Dartmouth, 14-7, to
break a 19-game losing strr k, the
nation's longest among major col colleges.
leges. colleges. ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct 4 4-(UP)
(UP) 4-(UP) Michigan State scored a
field goal and touchdown after
two second-half Michigan fumble
and an intercepted pet to defeat
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EVANS, IB., Oct. (UP)
Tulane, seven-point pre-game fav favorite,
orite, favorite, scored 20 points in the sec second
ond second quarter with a churning ground
drive today to overcome North Northwestern,
western, Northwestern, whose sir offense fizzled
THT SUNDAY AMERICA
Clauaio Martinez, Juan Diaz II Fignf In Colon Toniglf
Horacio Ottis, Carlos Watson
Battle In 8-Round Semifinal
OUT OF DOORS
SUNDAY. OCTOBER 19M
WINNING FORM Dodgers' pitcher Sal Maglie fires the ball
to Yankees' GU McDougald In the eighth Inning of the Wond
Eerie opener. Maglie went the distance as he pitched hij
team to a 6-3 win.
By MURRAY I
IT'S NO coincidence the best
freshman crop in years has turned
up all over Ivy League campuses.
. ."Why, a Cornell coach goes a a-round
round a-round talking to kids with applica application
tion application blanks in his pockets," moans j
one leading independent coach. .
. ."Even 1 can't do that." .
"The Barber" is a nicknamed
tal Mafliie disdain ... but as
lane as he's stuck with it, Sal's
oine te tspttalfxe by going into
intensiva sale work for the
Remington people this winter...
' Maglie's original start in -base-,
ball was as a catcher around'
Imm. tnwn NiAffara Fall "Rv.f
ry kid. of course, wants to be a j
pitcher," says, "but I had the bu busiest
siest busiest control, so they put me be-
nina me dm. . io nay m
shape after bis post-war sojourn
to Mexico, he turned to catching
again for softball teams around
Niagara Falls. . Back home he
was better knowna s a basketball
hotshot and turned down a schol scholarship
arship scholarship to Niagara U. only because
he couldn't afford to go ... "I
was matting pucks a wee pucn-
inv semi-pro, big dough in the
MagUe's back condition is so
aerleve ho aavar stoops from tha
waist tf pick up a resin bag. .
bands Kit noes instead. ...
Yale has a watch-charm guard,
165-pound Jack Embersils, who
learned his football on the skinned
sandlots of metropolitan Pitts Pitts-Burgh.
Burgh. Pitts-Burgh. . tha first question he ask ask-ad
ad ask-ad when ha enrolled Midst the lush
greenery of tb New Haven cam campus:
pus: campus: You mean you actually
practice on grass, too?". Equal Equally
ly Equally Spartan is his living schedule
he hits the sack every night at
T and gets up at 2 a.m. to study...
National Bowling Day, slated
far Oct. 14, was conceived by
John Friedkin, a New York ad
man, who couldn't get over the
way his wife, a non-sports fan,
eat engrewed in the televised
geles. . "Longest I've ever laid
off." says Bill, "Is three weeks,
and then I found the ball weighed
U iUU. ...
Picked up by the pro grid Gi Giants
ants Giants from tha Browns, halfback
Cane Fillpski spurned a stand standing
ing standing offer of $2,500 a year more
from a Canadian club to stay in
tha States. .
For some of the nation's 22 mil million
lion million bowlers, it's more than justi
gecrestion ... the 80 top men
sch average mere than (25.000,
annually ... and BUI Lillard, the
current aH-star champ who'll be be-the
the be-the men's national target on NBD,
travels 200,000 miles a year in pur pursuit
suit pursuit of pins. . a recent seven-day ;
scheduled for him. Thursday in De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, Friday in Cleveland, week-,
end in Syracuse, Monday In Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, Tuesday and Wednesday in St.
Louis and next day on to Los An-
The best lineman at Texas A.
and M., as far as Coach Frank
Reagan of Villanova is concerned,
is a one-armed guard named Mur Mur-ry
ry Mur-ry Trimble.-. who lost part of a
limb playing with dynamite caps.
"He's plenty good enough
with what's left," says Reagan. "I
don't think thprp'c an nffimal In
the country who'd dare call him!
for slugging." . Aggie fullback
Jack Pardco also impressed Rea Reagan
gan Reagan more than greater publicized
John David Crow strictly on the
basis of sire 215 nounds.
Johnny Oruze ha to bring
big-tim football to the Mar Marquette
quette Marquette capus In three years.-,
or the Hilltoppers will drop tha
Lightweight Jimmy Bccham is a
poetry spouter ... he keeps the
ooys in me gym entertained hv
reeling off every stanza of "T h e
Raven.' . now the question is,
does he know who wrote it?. .
Between you'n'me, baseball
men are mora critical of tit
way Fred Haney directed the
Braves (with the ever-emphaws
on bunting than the way they
played en the field. .
Promoter Luis Craig offers what appears to he
his best boxing program in recent months tonight
at the Colon Arena when young Claudio Martinez
tackles veteran Juan Diaz II in a ten-round, 119 119-pound
pound 119-pound feature bout. Three other matches complete
the four-bout program.
a cinch to whip Juan Diaz,
probably by kayo."
The Juan Diax camp is just as
confident. The 26-year-old Co Co-lonite,
lonite, Co-lonite, just over two years ago
was rated among the world's ten
iaalhest hantamweiehts hv The
i Ring's Nat Fleiseher after the
nasny uo-pounaer aecisianea
Cuba's BlAk Pico in Panama
afl Lm '"
MY FAIRWAY LADY With
the temperature dipping to the
50's, Mrs. Arthur' S., .Crewe,
switches from short to heavy
weather winter golf garb. Her
bright smile tells you how cozy
the Cambridge. Mass., player :
feels in this Ret-up taking Prt
in the PortsmoutJh,:N.H., tJSval
Shipyard Supply Department
Tourney at Rye Beach, NJL
Claudio, a plucky little cus customer
tomer customer who usually does not
know how to retreat, will be
making his first appearance
i i j i nrvxf
since ne was uj oy
Ibarra at the Panama Gym last
In that boot both fighters
suffered deep cuts on the face
and blood flowed freely. Clan Clan-din
din Clan-din sent Toto for an eight eight-connt
connt eight-connt in the fifth heat but he
himself went down for keeps
in the tenth and final round.
Martinez' injuries are report report-ad
ad report-ad to be completely healed now
and his handlers have rated him
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MANTLE CONNECTS FOR HOME RUN Mickey Manue
crosses home flate after hitting the first home run of the UI6
World Series in the first inning with a man on base. Greeting
Mickey are Bnos Slaughter (17). and Yogi Berra (8).
JUAN DIAZ H
Juan Diaz decided to leave
Panama when he could not get
suitable offers from local pro promoters
moters promoters and because of the lack
of worthwhile contenders in his
In his last three outings this
year hi Nicaragua he was a
wtaner each time and he has
expressed confidence in keep keeping
ing keeping his string unbroken when
be meets Martines tonight.
A fast, crowd pleasing opera operator,
tor, operator, he is expected to giv a
good account of himself against
the equally businesslike Clau Claudio.
dio. Claudio. ... tu. J .It. 1
Horacio ouis, a one-iime mam
contender for the vacant 135 135-pound
pound 135-pound crown, takes on Carlos
Watson at a weight limit of 138
Ottis, actually striving to
maka a comeback after a lsvoff
of a year, would like to fight
126-pound chamo Isldro Marti Martines
nes Martines In a non-title bout if he
Watson, who lost a decision to
Carlos Watson last month, be believes
lieves believes that. Ottis has been inac inactive
tive inactive too long to cause him much
"That gay will be too rusty
to beat me," be has said.
In another fittht that has been
billed as a "star bout." unbeaten
Edwin Sykes will try for his
third straight win when he tan tangles
gles tangles with Jose Watson in a four four-rounder
rounder four-rounder at a weight limit of 120
The curtain raiser brings to together
gether together Fenlev Hooker and Ran Randy
dy Randy Turpin IT The boys have a a-ereed
ereed a-ereed to make 135 nounds or
less for the match, set for four
Geneva! admission is $1.
FRENCHMAN Marcel Bous Bous-sacs
sacs Bous-sacs Macip. Serge Boullenger
up. will be one of France's rep representatives
resentatives representatives in the $100,000
Washington D C. International
at a mile-and-a-half over the
Laurel frass course. Nov. 12
Macip. a four-year-old. won the
Ascot Gold Cup at two-and-n
half miles in England in June
THIS 006 LOVES HIS WORK
By JOE STETSON
EVEN today, mstrV years after
events of the fiction of "Uncle
Tom's Cabin," bloodhounds are!
thought by many to be ferocious,!
Actually, bloodhounds (Blooded;
hounds, from their carefully fos fostered
tered fostered breeding) are gentle dogs
who enjoy their work of following
the trail of human scent. As a:
matter of fact, it is logical to
train bloodhounds on the scent of
friends whom the doas can ereet1
with pleasure at the end of the
How better rnnlrl on train
them to en iov their work than tal
present the pleasure of meeting a
inena wnen me tasK is complet completed?
ed? completed? The accomplishment of a good
oiooanouna requires extreme fc- S-
cute scenting powers, the ability
ito discriminste between slight dif dif-j
j dif-j ferences in scent even In the face
of numerous other stronger
scents and the faculty of con concentrating
centrating concentrating on that one all-impbr-'
tant stimulus in spite of all others.
Bloodhounds are c a p a b 1 e of
following cold lines lines which
were established as much ss two
days previously. There have been
j Instances of other breeds exhibit exhibit-ling
ling exhibit-ling exceptional trailing ability un under
der under unusual circumstances, but it
is among bloodhounds alone that
such a high percent a cr of ahittf
After air, man has bred these
dogs for many generations
through the centuries with stress
placed upon this faculty above-air-others.
It is for this reason that
evidence established hv ih
ing of bloodhounds and of blood
nounas on t is acceptable., jst
practically all courts in our laJoY
When yon see a big red or blaifc
and tsn hound with ioose skin, the
folds of which give the dog a -MS
petual frown, long ears that would
drag on the ground were he, tOi
nose a track closely and a size thai.,
would tip a scale beam at oyef
100 pounds, remember that it Is s
gentle creature of man's makjng
through the centuries a specialist
in tne art of analysing particular,
scent particles and following
them to their source. ?' a
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37 Street No. 6-A-Tel. 3-159
Open until 7:09 p.m.
Learn 5 Dances lor $15
Tango Si etc.
HARNETT & PUNN
Gulch In Helena
s Tame Now
' HELENA, Mont. Sept. 6 (UP) (UP)-Helena's
Helena's (UP)-Helena's main street, called
"Last Chinee Gulch" in the lus-
tv. boisterous days of old, has
come to a rather quiet end.
Tf atill is the bustline main stem
of Montana's capital, but police
have nlaced a strict ban on car
processions and born-tooting
The ban was ordered and a se
vere erackdown threatened for
those disturbing the peace after
even bedding processions in one
day "faltoped the gulch," creat creating
ing creating t bedlam of screeching" herns,
brakes and clanking of oddments
tied t rear bumpers of bridal
Need an extra car?
Drive a sparkling new car
as jtnr own.
III I I anal n I
FIESTA CAR RF.NTALS
HOTEL EL PANAMA
CALL: Pan. 3-4568 Colon V
ITIES IN PANAMA
Aborted Notional 1550
BUnec Shduelsrio ...... 411
Cerreeerla Nadonal .... J
million da Lads .... U
Fret, with Com.
DeaUladero National ...
; Prat with Com. .....
rinanzas. S. A.
Prat with Com, .....a
IMora 7 Lux Pret ... 4711
men r Urn Com, ... M
Boteloe tnteramerlcanoe. 14
General ee leforoo .... M
Panamefla do Aeettaa ...
Panamefla de Floras ... II
Punnmrfix de Seiuros z
PnmmrAi o rstisco 10
featro Central Ht
I stwn Bath male and female
I nPTfiPFMA NAC10NAL I
I VP i A v mm v
U At. Jest Aiesraaen gjafg I
Dr. 1CHOLL ttalne auropenm a
ATTENTION, G. I.! Just bu.lt
modern furnished apartments. 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT : Furnished, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, two
bathrooms, porch, cool. 48th St.
No. 27, Apartment No. 4.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment at San Francisco, basic)
Roosevelt Theater, overlooking
SAS Commissary. Via Porras
120. Phono 3-S024.
FOR RENT: Apartment in the
best residential section: 2 bod bod-rooms,
rooms, bod-rooms, living-dining room, 2
bathrooms, kitchen, maid's room
hot water installation. Modern.
Across the street from La Salle
College Cangrejo Phono I I-3343.
3343. I-3343. FOR RENT: Newh furnished
and unfurnished apa r t m n t s.
1 0th Street No. 1061. Phone
1386, Colon 7
FOR RENT: Famished apart apartment
ment apartment on Jos G. Duque Avsmae
No. 32, La Cretta. To responsi responsible,
ble, responsible, serious and decent person
Consist of: bedroom, spar room,
bathroom, living dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage.
Maid's room and hath dawn dawn-stairs
stairs dawn-stairs FOR RENT: Completely tar tarnished
nished tarnished apartment two bedrooms,
maid's room, garage. House No.
54 Via Espana. Phone 3-1721.
FOR RENT: Apartment, con.
crcte building, living room, din dining
ing dining room, bedroom, yard, park parking
ing parking space, kitchen $50. La Pra Pra-dora
dora Pra-dora settlement, Sabanas, facing
La Garantia furniture factory.
HOUSTON, Tex. -(UP) -A
meeting .of (he American Petrol-
T5 pians to hold in
Boulder, Colo., in November may
vr & toti promemt for in
! The meeting, it is hnnnrf ,ni
lMnen)li1. iu rr ...
r"T"a euoris oi indus-
j iue u.s. weather Bureau and
meteorological experts to pro promote
mote promote lone-ranee weather fnrc.
casting to the status of a science
M. H. Parks of Humble Oil and
Reiinmg Co. and Dr. N. D. Smith
Jr. of Shell Development Co. said
experts and others interested in
the problem will compare notes at
to November meeting.
'By putting security into long long-range,
range, long-range, that is, more than two
months, weather prediction, in industry
dustry industry stands to gain a lot"
nrPJ!- exPIajni that accurate
prediction of future temperatures
would aid oil companies in deter determining
mining determining how milch (....I .11 -U
, be used during winter months.
. u inner news COnstmrtinn
lor examnlp h u
.--- aaiu, CUUin DC
".ucjjmiLea on a mora srirntif.
Mais. We have great hopes."
Coast Guard In
HURON, Mich-. I TP vJ
r",.1 ""f.rasmen here vow thev'll
BUCK in Tna Mint., t
Th. n Cl lrom nw on.
The Coast Guard
oeived a call for aid twim T
Jgton 25 X7.nT hLere-
.KritJ0? i."4 M Jailer
s i II w,e rescue
But traffic slowed the guards guardsmen
men guardsmen to a crawl and they finaifv
asked police for an escort
Jhings went smoothly for a
Sndin' the traikr broke
uin,tlHUP ln hayfieId- Th
w thn ?T Zs'r tinned
- mi IJJX l
, When they arrived at TBvm
g '. they learned Se
boat had accomplished the mis
CORVALLIS, Ore. Oct 6 (UP)
'sts on use of juniper oil in X
!!" dT on. for large soap com company
pany company Juniper hmbs. berries and
needles were gathered from the
Sact" -nd shipped ,0 'he col col-nr.1
nr.1 col-nr.1 JUTr stands of central
Oregon and shipped to the col-lest-
1 MEN FHIHI
AGENC1A8 TOMAS ARIAS. S.
Avenitla Cuba 32-13
Box 4457 Phone 3-07 44
I HUM ITIIM Vt.
FOR SALE: 9 pieces bleached
mahogany dining room suite,
brand pew; outdoor furniture,
odds-ends. Leaving country.
Must soil. No. 45 9th Street, San
Francisco de la Caleta.
FOR SALE: Leaving Panama.
Washing machine, clothes dryer,
deep freeze, gas stove, refriger refrigerator,
ator, refrigerator, sewing machine, furniture
and other household items. All
in excellent condition. Via Espa Espa-'la
'la Espa-'la 1I2A Phone 3-6526.
FOR SALE: Late model West West-inghouse
inghouse West-inghouse combination 21" TV,
with radio and 3 -speed record
player, beautiful blonde mahog mahogany
any mahogany console, excellent condition,
excellent reception. Must be
seen to be appreciated. Original
cost $620. Will sacrifice for
$350. Phone Albrook 86-7102.
'Gas Alarm' Crayons
Developed By Army
; WASHINGTON (A.F.P.S.)
'Chemical "crayons" that make
lethal poison gases flash their
own warnings in color, and au
tomatic alarms that "ring out
i loudly" when exposed to even
minute quantities of deadly
nerve gases have been develop developed
ed developed by the Army Chemical Cen Cen-'
' Cen-' ter.
One new "gas alarm" can de detect
tect detect one part of any odorless,
tasteless nerve-poison in 10 mil million
lion million parts of air, a quantity too
small to affect human or ani animal
mal animal life.
In addition, the ACC has de developed
veloped developed a waterproof "combat
alarm" about the size of a port portable
able portable typewriter, yet tough
enough to stand parachute
drops, that filters air samples
tp remove dust through a che chemically
mically chemically treated paper tape.
If the tape turns red, it Indi Indicates
cates Indicates the presence of nerve gas.
Photocells then react to the red
color and trigger an "audible"
and "visible alarm."
Various "super-sensitive" cray crayons
ons crayons can reveal cyanide. Lewisite
and cyanogen chloride gases in
sufficient time for rapid preven preventive
tive preventive defenses.
The detector crayon for phos
gene, according to the ACC, will
expose as little as eight parts of
gas IB a billion parts of air air-far
far air-far below the danger pointby
turning a vivid red within
In higher gas concentrations
the color switch is almost in
QUINCY, Calif. Oct. 6 (UP)Mel-
vin H. Schooler was reclining on two Jei "8 after "being both both-a
a both-a chaise longue in his backvard. I ered a.!nl'e bv a heart condition.
His hnrsp RrsnHv u; He'rt in He said he entered the contest,
one leg of the piece of furniture,
grazing on the lawn, a little trick 'V"1 wwu3 "V
of Schooler's to cut down on1'016-
KchnnW Ipff for a mnrnmr and
when he returned, a horse and!
conrh wpre eonn in a rlnnH nf
Brandy barreled through five'
downtown intersections, knocking!
off parts of the couch en route.
Seven blocks later he stopped.
Hanging onto the panting horse
was one leg of the couch.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
United States District Coart For The
-District of The Canal Zone
Francisco Gablno. et at. Libelants. v$.
M V. Uuayas and Compafiia Comercial
Navleta. g.A.. Respondents. Action for
Seamen's Wages, In Admiralty, No. 3.
Whereas a libel that been filed in the
District Court of the United States for
the Canal Zone at Ancon on the 2nd
day of October. 156, ln the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and
fifty-six by Francisco Gabino, on his
own behalf and on behalf of the mem members
bers members of the crew of the M.V. Guayas
against the Compafiia Navlera. S.A. and
against the proceeds of the sale of the
said M.V. Guayas for wages due In a
cause civil and maritime, and praying
the usual process and monition of the
said crew In that behalf to be made,
and that all persons interested in the
said proceeds of said sale now In the
Registry of this court may be cited in
general and special to answer the pre premises
mises premises and all proceedings had that the
said claim for wages be paid out of the
proceeds of said sale.
Notice la hereby given to all persons
having claim against the said M.V. Gua Gua-yaa
yaa Gua-yaa or against the proceeds of the sale
of said vessel now ln the Registry of
this court, that they be and appear be before
fore before the said court to be held ln and
for the District Court at Ancon, Canal
Zone on the 23rd day of October, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon, then and
there to Interpose any claim for the
nme and to make their allegations in
Joseph I. Klnrairi
United States Marshal.
Ancon. Canal Zone
October 4. 19S6
Proctor for Libelants.
FOR SALE : 1956 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door Station Wagon defuse, e e-quipped
quipped e-quipped with powcrglide trans transmission,
mission, transmission, etc. New. Need trade trade-in
in trade-in and cash. Phono Balboa 2 2-1515
1515 2-1515 FOR SALE: 1941 Ford. Looks
and runs good. First $75 gets it.
0777-L. Williamson Place, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
6-210 Fordor Sedan. House
124-B, Gamboa. Call 6-170.
FOR SALE: Best buy in town,
1951 Nash Rambler hardtop.
This car has radio, many other ex
tras including new 2-tone paint
job Price $575. Also duty paid
1 949 Packard 4-door sedan. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Price $475.
Can be financed. Phone Balboa
1717 any time Saturday and
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmeblla
(76) Club Coupe. Very good
condition. Panama 3-4050.
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, good condition $550
cash. Phone Panama 3-6542.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: 30-48' band saw,
24' electric planer, 18 to 20'
electric joiner. Phone 3-4718
Out Oi CZ Picture
A familar Army unit the 538th
Engineer Platoon (Firefighting)
has bowed out of the picture here
as a result of the consolidation of
all fire fighting facilities in the
The 536th, for 15 years a part
the Amry scene, is being laud laud-this
this laud-this week for their kev role in
prevention and protection.
Prior to 1941. each Armv nost
had its own fire department but
then all firefighting activities wen:
consolidated at Fort Clayton,
Since, the plaioon- sized 536th has
handled the jcb.
Whe.: the Canal Zone Fire De
partment recently finished their
consolidation, nine Army posts
had been affected.
Stations at Corozal, Madden
Wye, Fdrt Kobbe and Fort Sher
man remain open and are being
manned by fire division personnel.
Clayton, Curundu, Fort Davis
a Stations at Fort Amador. Fort
ana ron uuiick are Deing ciosea
You'll Be Lasl
To Know, Gramp
SAGINAW, Mich. (UP) -Alva
Edward Kendall won $10,000
in a national "complete the sen sentence"
tence" sentence" contest, and he was the
last to know about it.
The 86-yearold winner retired
' sponsored by the National Gyp-
When it was decided Kendall
had bested 73,000 other contest
ants in telling why he would like
, to improve nis norae witn tne
company's product in 25 words
or less National Gypsum offi
cials contacted his doctor to see
whether such an elderly winner
could safely be informed
Dr. John Sample pave his at
provar and Instructed Mrs. Kend:
the news. Mrs. Kendall began by
telling him that he was a finalist.
Then, without mentioning the
sum she told him he had been
chosen the winner.
When the great day came, com company
pany company officials gathered in Sagi Saginaw,
naw, Saginaw, met Kendall and, with Mrs.
Kendall and Dr. Sample standing
by, told him he was to be given
a $10,000 check.
Afl their precautions apparentd
ly were in vain. Without batting
an eyelash Kendall accepted
the check with marked poise,
thanked the officials and airily
"Things have been pretty slow
60c. TODAY 30c.
1:20, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00' p.m
Achieves Exalted Heights
ANNE BANCROFT ln
Color by TECHNICOLOR
BOX 2031, ANCON, C.Z.
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford V-8,
perfect condition, one owner
$400; 1 mahogany china closet
$40. Barlow, house 4510 Diablo.
Call after 3 p.m. Phone 2-3209.
FOR SALE: Aquariums, pump,
motor, fitters and large assort assortment
ment assortment of tropical fish. Also trop tropical
ical tropical plants. House 1542-A, Man Mange
ge Mange Street, Balboa.
Prize Photos Taken
To Be Shown In 77
Prize-winning photos from
the Kodak-sponsored National
High School Photographic A A-wards
wards A-wards will soon be seen by boys
and girls in 77 different coun countries,
tries, countries, under the sponsorship of
the American Field Service and
the U.S. Information Agency.
The pictures, which have com
pleted an already successful tour
of US. schools, will be utilized
by the Field Service as another
part of their highly successful
student exchange program.
In this program the Field
vice brings boys and girls from
many parts of the world to the
. U.S. to live for a year with typi
cal American families, and sends
U.S. students abroad to live with
other families. When they rt rt-turn
turn rt-turn to their own countries, they
lecture and talk about life in
the countries they have visited.
In this instance. Field Service
students will carry the photos to
schools and other points where
they are scheduled to speak, and
show them as illustrative both
of life in the United States and
examples of fine U.S.' high
The U.S.I.A. will circulate the
photographic exhibitions to
schools, libraries, and the insti
tutions in areas outside those
contacted by the Field Service.
The pictures depict many as-
Showing at Your Service
DIABLO HTS. 2:30, 6:15, 8.40
Mon. "Sincerely Yours"
MARGARITA 2:30, 6:15, 8:20
"View from Pompey's Head'
Monday "Thuder Over The
h A h A
mo- WARNCR BROS. e flHJPHL
ALSO SHOWING MONDAY!
PARAISO 6:15 8:10
SANTA CRUZ S:15 8:10
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
United States certified public ac accountant
countant accountant seeks position in Pana Panama
ma Panama City after January 1st. Box
By US Teenagers
pects of the U.S. as seen through
teen-age eyes. School activities
academic, athletic, and social
are emphasized, so are tne
hobbies, recreations, and family
lives of young people. There are
photographs of pets, rural, and
urban scenes, architectural stu studies,
dies, studies, still lifes, and many other
Each print is protected by a
tranyparent envelope, which
gives the displays a permanent
value. After they have been dis-
Ser-:tributed widely, the pictures will
, be donated to individual schools
The National Association of
Secondary-School Principals hp
endorsed the Kodak-sponsored
competition by placing it on the
list of approved contests and ac activities.
tivities. activities. It Is expected that edu educators
cators educators abroad also will accept
the educational value of the
photographs, which carry no
commercial message or refer reference.
ence. reference. KEY DROP
ST. LOUIS -(UP) Ques Questioned
tioned Questioned by the Civil Aeronautics
Administration about why he flew
low over suburban Ulendale, com commercial
mercial commercial pilot Donald T. Smith
said he was just dropping his
mother's car keys off at h4
house. Absent mindedly walked
off with them, he said.
Center Theatres Today!
A KISS BEFORE DYING"
Tueg. "Blood Alley"
GATUN :Si 7:M
"SECOND GREATEST SEX"
Tues. "Long John Silver"
CRISTOBAL 2:30, 6:15, 8:20
"THE COURT JESTER"
Also Showing Monday!
2:00 AAS 6:30 8:45
LA BOCA 7:00
"THE SQUARE JUNGLE"
CAMP. BIERD 6:15-8:20
"COUNT THREE and FRAY"
FOR RENT: Independent room,
kitchen, bathroom and porch
Via Porras No. 64. Phone 3-
POP. SALE : Large comfortable
house on main street Santa Cla Clara,
ra, Clara, 150 yards from beach with
sleeping room tor 8-10 persons.
2 bathrooms and approximately
3000 meters of land Identify
house by sign VILLA CHUSKA.
Phone Panama 3-045)
LINCOLN Noh TTD Anal as
' ja Jiir
J. Wde, 65, will be a "ward" of
n.c .ircuiasKa government for an another
other another three years through the
",,,,ui" vi i.incdin ponce and
District Judge John L. Polk.
Wade, recently released from
the prison, found life rough on the
outside with only i $50-a-montu
pension and no fricnls.
So he wrote a worthless check
for $34.95 for purchase of a radio
and promptly turned himself in.
Police obliged him by filing
cnarges, ana folk give him the
three-year term after Wade ex explained
plained explained it might be easier if he
could get his old prison job back
at 45 cents a day and work for
three years to get a "nest egg."
Bes'des, he said, he's been iiv
ing in prisons for 10 years anyhow.
TODAY A GREAT WEEKEND I TOMORROW
Jock MAHON EY Martha HYER Lyle BETTGER
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FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
bathroom, kitchen. Apply 45 E.
No. 2-241, Bella Vista Phon.
3-5351, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 1956 Evinrude 30 30-hp.
hp. 30-hp. Kariger. Phone 2-3178.
6428 Los Rios, evenings.
All Year Around
TAMPA, Fla.-(UP)-A Tampa
drive-in restaurant advertisement:
"Grandma had to pick butter butterscotches
scotches butterscotches in the garden to make a
pie.' We get our butterscotches
j fresh from Palatka, Fl., every
A footnote in agale type con conceded
ceded conceded that butterscotch is butter
and brown sugar, adding, "just
hoped to get you close enough to
read this ad."
MANKATO, Kan. -(UP) A
W-year-old Kansas mother helped
her daughter and son-in-law cel celebrate
ebrate celebrate their gold wedding anni anniversary.
versary. anniversary. Mrs. Sophronta Smith
had the rare experience when
five generations of the famiiy
were presentt for the annivrsary
of th L. C. Schusters of Man Man-kato.
kato. Man-kato. 7:00 9:00
12:50, 2:17, 4:25, 6:41, 8:57 v
SMSJT tWKTKT aatHOf
MaclAINE MALONE MAYtHOFF
m Ml 6M0D WS.U IKKtS
SCCf -fOGHOWr WSt0W
Deectrs sy f RAM
fcieatar hj rum !sntnt.
HAL KaYTBt sal HERBERT BAW R
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, lKt
THE Sl'NDAT AHFJUC4N
i 'ii i rAut
Jodatf'i QJs V-umiili Willi (Cue Vo Jutii
Sliort-VL 'aided oCadu VUili oCike 9ew Size
m amwBSff" aw a? I
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MAKE way for youth in the
home furnishings market. The old
idea that a girl waited until after
she is married to worry about her
household effects ft changing.
Earlier marriages, good wages
from summer and part-time jobs
and up-to-date high school home
economics courses as well as va
rious news media have all contri contributed
buted contributed I think tn the imn.rn. t
., . Ul IU-
terest among "homemakers of to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow in furnishings they plan to'
I wish the critics who cluck
bout wild YOlini? wnmen nnnlH ha,,.!
been present at discussions I had I
recently wan gtrls in their late i
teens who were thniiehlfiillir nlan.
ning for the future.
. tmb Y ASKED intelligent ones!
tions ;ibou trends in furnih.ro
styles and construction features.
Thev discusser! their
ences and budgeted purchases.
And their interact U Ji.i.j
primarily to bedroom furnishings
wnicn can oe used at home now
and later in hornet nf their mn,
THOSE WHO LOOK AHEAD to
marriage within a year of two are
interested in colorful, practical
and lons-wearins snrearls anH nr
tains that aren't too fussily femi
nine or too severe.
Some of the new plaids, in gay
combinations nf red nnH n'inL-
lo and Cold nr hlne ami
combine these features.
Inexpensive and ppnerrmc In
size, the spread can be matched
io anomer spread hemmed into
floor-length draperies. Or it can
be trin.med down tn mair. ninnw
w - v i'iiivii
W I If f w 7
KtiS win ru Z
brass acroll headbeard for bed Is dl.tlnctivc and lea Uself t. a perTi .7 ,rn tartar
fini.lw,,! in t a. I iiri 1 - ....
curtain. feT..rL ITtfTt "re A"noiight the bedroom suite, i rfitinnai nhn.t. r ... .l:v
.... j- .iuuu duuiuuns 10 any room. with hfH H.nKr ,i u : vx u'wus men
p innow s seen in so nionv j The desiens ar rnninmnnrarv- .mi ... r cnesi, is in turn, are proporticned for ut
onern nouses. 0Pnerai hut or eeVni T,Z; k T ivi. inert is consi- throughout a house
ihle arr'inne I I l Kul u 'HB
"good" desk. By this thev mean a Jen iAn hiTS. ..f?h in order to
.ly.!e hich T 'k; right in or plastic tops enable them to h- futZ""'0'6 ,ITanemels sufh a major item a, -S
Here. for fall, ire fl.hlnaia ( fit an i i
r.v. ; ,,..vw .if iiv irtr ceni, 01 American
women without expensive alterations. Chief difference between
these clothes and "regular" sites is the waistline, which is shorter
here, firav unn ii.ro i. ... -i El -vimi
L.ui J7l . ,.., .oc-int, nas two-piece look
achieved throurh loose bolero-type top edged with corded Venlse
lace. The shapely look appears (center) In an alabaster belae
silk alpaca evening gown. Empire waistline is paired wltH manv manv-gored
gored manv-gored parasol skirt. Costume (right) Is in yar dyed gray wool
There's an empire sheath topped by a short, buttoned Jacket
All designs are from Hannah Troy. neu jacket.
?."LT.m n1dJw'th, other types of blend with other periods.
. a consiruflon with, "Desk cha is" carry no such la HIGHLY p n t i u n v.
NEW, MEDIUM SIZED desks serve a desk KnKw. ie W'de nW o priccs and stand
of fine woods such as mSJS. ITZSi S"& f? ? one. on decorative contribu-
walnut, cherry, maple or nine s vie 4 uon w qeareom
Tl. t t;:- a nope cnes
incse pair with modern or tra- on the desk
- J 4.V1II 13
Chest. Thev wnillrl nri.fnr t ,!..
the one provided by parents arte 2
invest in accessories.
SUMMER SAVINGS were .tar 1
marked for record players, a pret Z
ty lamo. a Ivneivriler Imom S
a hope chest or the down paymenl 1
nn thn .
IY GAILE DUGAS
NEA Women's Editor
. . 1
NEW YORK (NEA) A new, With this in mind, Mrs. Troy thinks, should be almost exactly same Thus a -w
ranee in aire, rfevelnnerl fnr the created a ,hn. eaOUeete- .u. j --u.' mUS a Woman who S five
r mi nu seiaom is. so were s teet. seven inches mav have th.
changmg American trgure. has the woman who is not necessar- the annoyance ond the expense same n l tinA. ..y e
made its bow in the fall collection ily "petite" but simply shorter-1 of alterations. These .re thT ,1 who's jS7a ttle over fiveTeet"
of Hannah Troy. iwaisted. She may or may not terations she's trying to eliminate Th heiiht ri, er.nI f u
It's the opinion of this designer nee the lennih nf the Hrs .vith k!. VC.J, ,..timi. l. ,iAe o'lrerence is in the
that many women are cheated of changed but she definitely will The new sizing is based on re-1 I NEW YORK (NEA) -Most
pood fashion because : their wais t need expensive waistline al-search which shows that whcnl The newly orooortioned fa.h- mother Bd doli relatives)
lines are shorter than those of terations if she falls Into the women become active, their legs ions make up I commefe U S lik the "' small girl looks in
women who take the so-called new category of size. become longer ht th 2 t-Tt-iTS comP'e ' a iumner rtre. h,, nufiir. .h. ....
k r- ..i. uivvui' n ui i i-iiiirniv cnn, n f..nn. uuun, niv
Keanv.fA wear Mra T m e ., ;... I I. ; . .. ----- .vwm.a.c Hum u. UI . -MS
j - i ii.jwnuwncct to waisi stay mt Mrs. Troys regular collection. uiuuse ana jumper lena io se-
pci.o.. vui.g me Buiflii niri Mans
In tne fall collection of the de designer
signer designer Celeste, this problem has
been solved in two ways. The
first Is the jumper to be worn
With a blouse that's attaehaH In
its own flared petticoat. Blouse
and petticoat make up a dress
which may be won. atone.
The second version is a iumn-
er-duette. This is a jumper worn
over a little dress in contrasting
color. The dress can be worn
separately or with other things.
Both combinations make for a
neat, tidy look.
We show (left) the suspender
dress in a sheer, slripna, im imported
ported imported wool worn over its own
separate petti-blouse. Blouse
in broadcloth and is attached
a ruined petticoat.
Pocket dress (right) is in cot cotton
ton cotton broadcloth. Graduated pock pockets
ets pockets are lined and bound wirh
baby check gingham. Gingham is
used as detailing on the linen n
collar and cuffs. I s9
abouhte OJreat 3 or Small Girl
jSj t j i aaaaajBMEl m
wl Lam si W .ami BQatSt' C amgtotatLaijt-
mfwJk L aaJammal Lmmmmmw l V 4mL. far)
SSaml B if If t8BPT IVlf
Esami ml W wh jBlP' jft'l
' f"': BammKar'
AT 18TH CENTURY BANQUET f6r newSpaper food editors, Scotch lamb stew U wrved ud
in a reaal dish from Thnma j f.intm'it nriri.. 4 WIVCQ UP
r v r- v tvoo tuutijuii ui ttiintjuf suvpr.
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Bv GAY NOR MADDOX
NIA Food a Markeis Editor
FALL wardrobe problems don't
end with a teen-ager's first day of
avuuoi. ine errors and omissions
shes made during her pre school
purchases continue to pop up.
One necessity for manv teenae
er most young married women,
r most young married women
unless thev move in a van I
ish set. Thai's the problem of the
A girl needs an evening gown,
or a dress-up dance gown, when
she's in high school if she ever
docs. There are imnorlant Jan...
-throughout the school year, at
me nouaays and at graduation
mi u hues a college gin she
may need one for dinners now and
Tht trend these rlav. enntimiea
away front the floor-length dress.
n. snun aress is easy to manage
in the snow dr rain. It's less ex expensive
pensive expensive in most eases. It gets
torn less easily than a dress a
man can put his foot through.
But If a VA1 1 n a wnman n ...I .
dinner dress (one that's covered in
ine snouiaers and has some sem
- v. o .imi iias auiur inn
blance of a sleeve) and her budget
is sum i, sue wouki do well to get
. cOP; aaam Si
St ,dir 'Sjjfc
Tie ttatute Patmt
nets Co Duncan lima. iho n.mla.1. u:- i
iuivo aiiu .lie luiau JIV-WIV c
JTS1 Sl0'.,0'. toeeo.Ws England' e eV htTi fffiffUl
NEW YORK (NEA) -What of their daily food at breakfast transformed into -. h.ii .;,cou,a De ,on,? wlth icket or bo1 bo1-)
) bo1-) the nation's top food editors do a ratio that would he tn.foh ,n mffi?-!1?. ,KMt. h,U..t!ro M "red tole. The eover-
h th. .- r"'..r:""- r u.r'f ;l "n"0"- "to a great hall at
... ., lu(J cuiiuu uu a lauu luai wuuiu De 10UK0 10 Windsor ( HSt e fnr f...i .:n
when they put away their recipes achlv. at at the conference LtTST 8rt&$&
and come to the bill town for a the eHttnra akinnerl m.i SCI J2LTTL?f?lr tne lurn
conference? 1 other oartiM "'iSTL.: Hu ro'
i n joints ana meat me. mu
and sweets carried aloft by wait
ers in lain uenturv verv ami
- ........ nv. ,u,tr
age should be sufficient for
cnurcn, since a1 girl sometimes
needs this dress for bridesmaid
roles or for choir recitals.
A girl who sews well could
neleelaj. if ... V ""O W5 WBU COU d
lVS2 HEL provlded mke her"W bouffant, festive
I and a strapless top in the
'same fabric. This would do well
They eat and how they eat.1
For six. overstuffed days it's a Th United Brewers Founds
diet that runs from bear meat to t ion drives home its messaite
an law cen ury ducat teast. Be- about the purchasing power of the' by Thos. J. Lipton Tne
tween meals and uarties thpv ml nn't iiri iT... "pwra, inc.
. r r r. .. i " "iuii uuiiiria Willi
neat an- innmrlne nath thrnnoh Ueu,n I. ..
" -"'""'i'"'" "'. u Snie cooaery- Also provided: a vniinr .nrirn a j : T."
iiirriinvs inn ipriHrpi unn ifm tn n iinnhAnn i. a i .. j o ..u v- uautca a 1111 imi iirs i no cirirr
tort.ined ";t TyW Tr o m Ch phe." p. e TO" th ...tZlilS M f ,h,e ""
brrebaii to ballet,. 1 slice, Snd smoked bear on foliaw tvoewr it, r ,,tronom,cl. !u'y blouses available t o d a y.
.,,.4 ... ., i decked trays as i. starter. ,. u,u uu lor amuers or recitals
man me menu lau 01 mem faivnon ,in.. .j "u
faced at the 14th annual News.i!,.Clypso !nSers.and flamboyant
ffRL 5f!?.- !5 5S Metiinir
ui oejJi. wnen w 01 ine coun- Iamhnre, i' iv,. c...u ii
try's largest food suppliers andK? ijLiS? 5? uth tfftu
trade association strut their st,,ff bst" Associations s midday
for the news iatherers ?Fi"? LTfi ?ster.- y ?'
Thai t finf rmwsr m V rirtv
Celatin's carnival at the Waldorf
wiui real circus clowns, balloons,
lot riogs, and wheels oi chance
on wnich to risk paper money
uppHed by the host.
The finale: A farewell t e a a-orama
orama a-orama where the foot-weary lady
edit ,rs couiri kick off thelr ihoeg
and hear Amy Vanderbilt. eti
quette mentor, tell them how to
act ladylike when sipping tea.
Thev came ... Uam nn IVK I
they cram into their notebooks
famous ZOO director Martin Perlr
ins takes the editors on a world-
ano-pic ure safari of. naturally,
At conference, they see acron acron-lzed
lzed acron-lzed chickens in a tub of water,
still fresh as mountain daisies;
learn a slenrleri.ina- jfl (.-....,
Dr. George H. Berryman of Ab-
nou uooraiores; from the Na
nana! Cannera. how mmiem tin.
bands can be good providers.
7 1. ,.
$ndpires lfew s4t
Y MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE draw all controls from Johnny's
Do you disapprove os all tattling If this fear of controlling chil-
oy your youngsiers? n so, lers dren joined them in mutual love,
imagine a situation In which two something might oe said for it. It
brothers are playing on the dock doesn't, ah it does is join mem in
of their parents' lake cottage. A- mutual contempt for grownups,
gainst oruers. the older one jddor-
ly declares his intention of using Tattling must be judged by the i
I hp I r f llMp'l rnwhnot C ri Ir rH fnl,n,, U.UL.l la If I I
-a.. awMar v t. wvmx. uuwvivvu, iCCIIIIg UeilinU 11. Ii JWUlUy lailieS
his little brother scrambles hasti- out of 4 spiteM wish to hurt his
ly back to the dock yelling. Tm brother, he needs knowledge of
gonna tell! You're not SUIM'OSED his motive and experience of it as
to! Vm gonnn tell. . unprofitable. But if he tattles out
Wp rlnpcn't toll t ilro vnur AhlM. f ,. i 1 1 ..t
wvvuu Mrat J VKMl VMIIU wi tJlltCIH 1UI IIIS UUUIH'I, UUl UI
rei he has been taueht that tai- loyalty to a respected family re-
nina the naeltsct Ihintf a .Uil.l I ...I L I
........... u.i.ft ; buifu guiaiiun ur nioiai vaiuv, men lie
can Hn Sn nn the wav home fear ,.,n.-i I... ,.....i.i,..i ,.,ti, ........ ,.r
- 4 I mufli wt vicuiicil nun a blii ui
ot disapproval oercomes concern responsibility,
for his brother's safety and he
decides to keep silent. Wholesale scorn of tattling is
His moral confusion could cost i,ii;.k ...,..,., ,...,,,,. i,.,.. ...n
, ii. ,r, mi.Ul.Hl, AUtfllllK ju.i8Mc,a asu-
his brother s life. examination in most vital mat-
11 1 1 (ore
. 1 1 1 .-
1UWAKU our widespread pre
By ALICIA HART
NIA Beauty Edit.r
A FRESH vieuinmnt i. nne nf a
mature woman's greatest aids.
Here's an example. A young
woman was considered by her
friends to be blunt. Her aunt's
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i..A ....;-. .... 1.1.1:.. t -i
f u aamai aiir laiiiinx. i snair
WPreUrCUtCe view of novelist Pearl B uc k
j who writes: "We act without ref
erence to tne practical question
(how child is to help keep order
a-t lit he cannot report disorder; and
This is the kind of fresh o u t-, what the confusion is in his own
took a grtwn woman should see'mind if he must remain silent a a-out
out a-out among her friends. She; bout something he knows is
;ru" u"! ,ying -qui wrong.
- ajr wurn nai wun a
vll." She should try any suites
tion and see how she looks and
how her family reacts. It may be
Afternoon rerenflnna nn U i.
. .u nun luciiuj ui uc oiuni. ner auni i
ahnnt j "j wnen o a n q u eis oeauiy was handicapped by a phy-
making helpful news for Ameri- eircumstanV FW"'" J!l
can housewives on their news-' .7" F one VZT. m.7'
naner fnrvl nanea I iiuueu, uui ui pomeness mil tne
While Kefm? nrieferf hv Al r nl?. i t"" f lne bUot young womun barged in with
JT-r? Brlnd SSP.SS T tfi
0nk h.0w.u 8rowin of TAOon the uses of atomic 8 V W
SSr1 aaSrMJ' S", f mX" H -Llr a?J5?.?.?-l ? -PfW Pt th. a u n t
ni. ...... i.r -"..! -r. ruuua aiian.r.s r n niiv iwo nair. nr .lines tr.un
QZJiT'Zr VLXS divertissment. manufatfture who .ajili ihtafiSTbo &
a smui aaa uuee HCCI IlCigms. OI1C nUW QO J'QU irllllK
mmW,:aU .lammVt. H ammp rml aamtl
I E Ml I
For the autumn bride, Gallna does a pare silk antique taffeta..
v. ...v ..... fuut, usiiiie uun a pure aim miinufl u
.. u I . t a,.. .
uiran nun vrinccsa lines, a aiupeo nooire nas norai lace ap
iiiuc. .uiia, unco aiecve. come io a point on me wrisi. t-
f. Ml F 1)1 T. AC Vl'i 1' I-Jlt..
Hwa.w, .....a ,, vm.,, m ..Ul.ua.
at Toots Shnra a.,.i . .1. ... aia iu uirce neei neignts. ane
.AtX8 Sa Citru, rommis-tlit
Honda Semnole Indian w6me i "Romeo and Juliet" by the T Roal
were tht first to discover that Danish Ballet. Danish Informa- The family va.ned at the men
BY BETSY WADE
If we scorn tattling by our chll-; NIA ,H Wri,,r
dren, we art suffering from sus- "Kiss me good night. Sugar," is
r cion of authority, r'or us. au-jthe way one mother bid her Baby
thority has not been made a oro- sood niuhl earh evenine And it
' lecuve power urn a pumsninz. wain t inns until Kahv ra en tin
time .h.'."! LlT IitS -y ,hi frustrating one. Otherwise in cures "sugar." Such confusion about
the viewpoint now and then A uranrTJ .....!.i ii .... L..,ilf 7. . ?"f c."mM f,"5' "r" aany "e
rfauohi.. J....U1 ." fi'ci i nn nwirn m mvc, ins iiuuuing ills vocatiuiary.
i"fhle' f taugWer-m la w.mot to our power to punish. It sounds rule, hut isn't Trv
:u-eT.v.raw, ,f; ....... .. o. in
a uc luiivri niiiun iiiwiihi1 ru i. t i n i i i .1 t ,.t n i .. r. . 1 1
h MmYiiiMf lit rT"n "iio luaKe conspn -avics ui siHMice a- naoy s unoersnins sireicn io iu i "y "K. dui as one grows une s nead sho ild
eviimrillll IlliC. I VP Ill-Mil frtna.f a..a.nm rl.lm nif II. hn a- n 1. I. 1... a at 1 1 A f ond 11. a. I ak ......... I ..
my hair." iii-iinti
It WOuld manthm
twwvmmv...r. .......... ... .... M.I.I,) 1 ........ . .... i T1VUIU llll I .... I SIlvIlK UlUSClB
me place to slop wrinkles In when the head is held corrcetly.
. nenlr ia in Ik. 1 ..... .. i,,.., u.ll.: .. n .... :
Mil ( AZ. -"
iPodure J4elps ijour fjeMim
neck c a n an stands improper'.".
pake conspiracies of silence a- Baby's undershirts stretch to fit .start at any age. But as one grows One's head slioild be hefld
wrongdoing in the nameof him everywhere hut at the shoul older and the flesh accumulates straight above the shoulder mus mus-lup
lup mus-lup i loyalty" and "good sports-ders. When the shoulders are tooithere, the wrinkles become more cli. Ing imaginary e a r r i n gs
ship." narrow, or if the annholes cut him,! conspicuous and undesirable. wtuld hit that slronii maeM
am.i.u'u ,.r .nr- nf u. t)me ,0 rePla 'hem. The BB-j The p ace to slop wrinkles In when the head is held corrcetly.
ntt. ., 41, a V s"" w,y 10 ne ,ure mmersiiirts mr necK is in me teens, when Wa king or s anding with 11
re?, n?,t .Twin J?".'.-" i M0Ur C" l' him is ,0 buy lhose wnieh generally start. But a worn- head poked forward 01 with t he
K fo her mo ne'.'in-Uw " frm- '" eiht !an M cm.biirk on P"V r collapsed into the rib MS
EEFrn"?'tf'2F '0ng aR' fhWld A new Babynay look .crribly fUrkV s
mrtL'taU .8:' tSwiiw' .raircTl. M 1 il '"j' tfJ11 ?nd. third' and all other campaign. hercVar f cxe'rclst T
new .00..? hvTttintr r h ! fvS, nhnn v NnL .erl W L' b, ?J.W TO of ercrclse relax tired neck muscles and to
ne.-h.L '.ivua'our r.on i. .2?"!; "T.i?10 w,",c ?i ''i."c."!?.m mke.!"ke. more tlrm and
o "ia wmj unit u iiiuiscu. i uc wnnaics mvisioic ll a worn- stiupciy.
M'State 14 Army
14 Princeton 39 Navy
33 Notre Dame 20 Baylor
7 Penn. St
7 .Columbia 0 Cornell
0 Oregon St 13 Missouri 27 Indiana
V J dfc
,Cs. m kr W.
Y ARNETTE'S face was un-
turallv Dale and Frank knew
had glimpsed Yates, wny
. .... 111
Huh," Dr. La Tour grunted.
aith is miehtv flimsy ana
rce in this world." He stamped
'It looks." Lilv said softly, "as
thbugh you boys had been running I don't believe you lie. What What-a
a What-a .butcher shop." lever you mught be hardcased
Frank droDDed his hand against drifter or bum I wonder about
Lilv's arm and turned her away
The door closed on the blackmith.
The small room in which Frank
found himself had heavy plush
drapes, a plush couch against one
vail, a table with a fine lamp in;
its center. Lily turned at the table,
tn fare him.
TYou did know Ed Rambaut?"1
h murmured softlv. "How ,d i d
His thoughts ran back over that:
niht in the Signals. He recalled!
Ed Rambaut had been the only!
man an this range to offer him the
hand of friendship. In dying he
had wanted him to take his guns
and escape. There was no question
in Frank's mind that in life Ram-
baut had been hard-living, and a
hard-willed man. But he had un
rie stood fovattv. and this wasa a
quality Lily esteemed.
He said quietly, "That's the sec
ond time you've asked the ques
A slv Infill- tniifheil her elance.
'Thn first time vou denied know-
in him N.w vrm'n. more honest
Did Ed say anything about me?" I Ed Rambaut or the raid in the
"No. He-just laid there back of j Signals. Chantry interrupted,
the rocks pouring iead at the raid-l Who raided you?" ... ... ..
ers till his strength left him. He I Frank frowned, "An idea is
died the way a man falls asleep."j dangerous without proof. When
He saw the pleasure his wordsil left Rambaut he was dead. A
brought her. "Brave tilr the end,"! few minutes later there was a
she murmured and nodded. "He Pistol shot. Even since I've been
was never afraid; he was gener-j trying to get a line on it. Who's
fins nri nnisnnken. so that v o u cold blooded enough for that
knew what he was thinking about
and he stood up for the one who
wu ' ... .
befriended him. Black as sin, ana
just as t.glv but they don t make
men like him often.'1
"Then he meaU considerable to safe? A man busting into a
you0'' I setup like that's nervous nat-
"I'll miss him." A touch of sad-! urally."
ness dropped over her eyes and' Frank went on with his story
then she shrugged. Beneath h e r explaining how he and Emmett
white satin bodice her breast had ridden out of the Mojave
v ere lifting. "Who were the men Box while Chantry and hu pos pos-who
who pos-who raided you?" se were advancing on the mine
shack. As he told this part curi-
"So you can get revenge? 0U! light hit Chantry's eyes. He
"Would revenge be worth it? fragged his spurs across the
She took a hrlf step coming to;floor .jttine Uo.
him-, her hand lifting against his,
arm. "There are only a few1 you ride into the Box
things worth while. Money and "h Emmett were 6u arfraid
haopiness-today, now." t( buel? hl,m fce to lace?"
Frank shook his head and her! Frank shnok his head. "Just
fingers twisted in his shirt. "You wanted to make sure they meant
saw Norrine no. he must have!
beeaUn town all the time. Was it
Mihx,Hackett who killed Ed"
"Bit you think it. I'll make
them pa.- for that!"
W. hearrl Swede stirrinff be-
yornMhe door an knew the black-
smittt would be coming into mis
smaller room. Anything he got;
from'Lily would have to be soon
and dozen questions without an
swers nagged mm.
"How did Emmett lose the
So vou know about that?"
ie held her full look on him. Fi
iltyrshe smiled. "N o r r 1 n g is
!, nn linacf
sharoer at cards than an honest
banker should be. Emmett and he!
nlaved in a second-story room be
hind the Alhambra for two nights
and a day. Even the clerk at the
bank thought Norring was out of
town on business. When he came
downstairs he sent for Bamfortior he II destroy you."
and fired the reeular bartender. "They're strong words for a
Thatv was Ed Rambaut. Three
days after that Emmett was still
drunk. I saw him ince during that
time. He didn't know what he was!
doing and kept raving about Nor
ring "being a cheat. A night after
that .there was a raid on Norring s
"Emett got blamed?"
"The bank clerk was working in
a banc room. He recognized h.m.
cIt Was a thm story.
FRANK made out a party of
Jjprsemen swinging in from the op-
ttftsitn end of Cashtown. Patches
of lamplight from the shop w i n-
Jews gave him enough niumina- was me aaugnter ot a wild cow cow-flbn
flbn cow-flbn lo recognize the posse. Mid- boy and a hot-tempered border
Viv m block they drew into a knot
before. Lew Chantrv's office. Their
hbrses were leg-weary ai d swea : her. He was drunk when he mar mar-ty.
ty. mar-ty. One by one the group broke a ried her. Anyhow, he left Emmett
way, the sheriff atone remaining his saloon when he claims, he
tMtidhlers in his saddle. Frank wasn't cut off by. his father. The
ejnsed he had been recognized.
SDeftberately he moved to the
Rafter C black hitched up block:
Be withdrew the saddle gun from!
Mg fenders, turning siowty to lace
Chantry. The sheiff continued to
watch him. With the gun lowered
tite full length of his arm Frank
Calked toward the law office. One
tiVtlre possemen reined over g
ln birn r thornv look. Frank li
band and the posseman veer-
lay, satisfied at me gesture,
gy does it with that gun,"
rv murmured softly. "Just
twLare vou figuring to do?"
-."CTming in for a talk, sheriff.'
Cbfiitry's head swlveled a bare
&ctwn. "That's a Rafter C
sc. Seems I' ought to know
"Ym do. You been chasing me
jrost-of the afternoon.
r'Tnat's what I reckoned. You
letter make this clear mighty
"Tjtwip in Wltn that idea,
Jfranb) said. He held forward the
Thf sheriff's grte never roved
fgom him as he brought the
kree& of the saddle gun to his
nose. The hazel eyes were reading
W. Edmunds Claussen
Easts Omm Pterikut W NU Sm, lei
Chantry brushed away the rusty-
colored edges ot his mustache.
"You could have cleaned the bar-
1 l L 1J fV.l..
rei, ne sum uaiiy.
IN his office Sheriff C h a n t
l,ir th hie hnnt
it closer "You look
like a hard-crusted gunhand, but
you sashayin' in this way. After
the leather we been burnin' all
afternoon one of
down on vou
could easily pull
with a gun.
Frank grinned at that
There was a skinning knife
lying on the desk beside Chan-
try's hand. He picked it up
UJ a iiaiiu. piiYV-u At. up,-- m
turning il over. Greasy butcher'sf"" Charley Neal fielded the ball and
twine was wound over the nan
die. "Still, the dice are one day
going to fall sixes for you. You
better come clean while 1 m in
a listening mood. He threw thej
knife with expert skill and it
struck in the back- edge of his
desk, quivering there,
i Frank thought, is that knit
supposed to mean something to
I me? He told about falling in
; with Cash in the foothills of the
! Signals, how he hadn't liked the
crew but had come in on their
carnpfire on an empty belly. He
made a clean story, holding noth
ing back, not even his liking for
1.. 1 I .L..I I'l
Chantry sighed. "A lot of men
on this range're black enough.
un me otner nana, now ao you
the fellow wasn't playing
to go all the way ruining Jean
Cash. Pretty sickening for
man to do that to his sister. I
broke loose of Emmett and rode
to Rafter C after I found that
out. Wer're delivering what's left
of her horses to Fort McHenry."
Frank could not understand why
putting u so Diunuy,
He had come here expecting Chan
try would try to lock him up for
the Rilling of the posseman's horse
Instead the lawman failed to hold
Frank to blame for the shootine
He took a long guess and knew he
(had been right in assuming the1 ld wh0 Js a third grad5
1 lawman was counting on him, MESa. j 'the paraiso Elementary
help He asked flatly: "Why don't ET' n i, e K00d student, he is
VH1I hrpnlf that VilltlirP c ,.lnth
you nreatc tnai vultures clutch on
that was ever
in Cashtown. He
tolerates you, but when he's rea
dy you II either whistle his tune
drifter," Chantry grumbled. His
eyes swept back to the knife
he had tipped in This desk, his
fingers running through his gray
hair. "Like Vou say, an Idea's
dangerous without proof. Mighty
poor poucy ot either of us to ac
cuse Norring of anything. If I did
his friends in Cashtown would
make sure'lt was my last move."
, weu, mat writes on Norring
What abourt Emmett Cash?"
The sheriff made a wry face,
"Emmett didn t have to turn out
this way Maybe it was just i
weakness in the blood of Vo
gel's first wife. Emmett's mother
woman. Vogel met her buyin
beef stuff in Texas and trailed
. truth he could handle."
"You believe he cleaned out
"I see you pick up news fast,"
i nantry said dryly, "f acts are
facts, and if I get the chance I'll
ask Emmett whether he can
talk himself out of that one."
THERE S a woman who
: claims she was with him in the
when the Bank was
"Bring her here. I'll enjoy
hearing her sav that. Mean-
'time. I've been ridins the hirks
off my horse hunting Emmett."
Frank was watching Chantry
closely, by now realizing for a
certainty the sheriff looked to
him for help. He saw all the trou-
ble that harassed Cashtown mir-
rored In those pale eyes, a steadK
ly growing nightmare that had
come to be a canker in the sher-
iff's side. He gestured with his
hean fee me one sham slnh nf
remorse for doing this to Enrithis; Lily Arnette with her odd! Tracey since has remarried
mett. "Beyond the Mojave Box, loyalty springing out of the love and has two other sons.
Lew. You'll find the bunch at of a man still unburied in (he! The reunion will be brief. The
Jonathan Yates's." Signals, and George La Tour elder Tracey is due to be reas-
Chantry swore roundly. "I whose creed of administer i n g'slgned to San Antonio, Tex.,
watched the shack two nightc in to the ailing knew no bounds, soon, while James will remain
a row, ail through a rain. They 'Slowly Frank shook his head, hero.
DODGERS: Left fielder Junior Gil-
Whitev rord oounceo OUT to iniru
Shortstop Poo Woo Rooso struck out
a three and two pitcn. tenter
fielder Duke Snider went down twTng twTng-irtf.
irtf. twTng-irtf. No runs, no hits, no errors,
YANKEES: Rioht fielder Hank Bau
er batting against Dodger right hand
' noger v-raij nneo a ny rem
n Carl Furillo took affer making a
I i n f l XI.. a- :L.
raise srarr ro rne inrieia oecause or
confusine shadows. First baseman Joe
Collins f lied to center. Center fielder
Mickey Mantle beat out a bunt sin-
gle through the box. Catcher Yogi
Berra hit a roller that got by first
baseman Gil Hodges but second base
nhrew out Berra at first. No runs.
one hit, no errors, one left.
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Only CZ Boy
After 3 Shots,
Pedro Coco is a lively eight-
also, handv with a baseball ba
and is active most sports. No
one wouia Mann iu iuur.
young Pedro that ne recent recently
ly recently recovered from a case of po poliomyelitis.
liomyelitis. poliomyelitis. Besides being a crack baseball
player; Pedro, has a special dis distinction.
tinction. distinction. He is the only Canal
Zone child to have developed
polio after receiving all three
doses of Salk vaccine. This Im Immunization,
munization, Immunization, physicians believe,
Is the reason why he Is still
handy with his baseball bat and
why he can run and play with
his schoolmates only a few weeks
after he was a patient in Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital.
Pedro's doctors look upon
him as a shining example of
the effectiveness of the Salk
vaccine, because he had polio
but did not have paralysis
and paralysis is what the vac vaccine
cine vaccine is designed to prevent.
Durin? the recent polio out outbreak
break outbreak on the Isthmus, 35 chil children
dren children were admitted to Gorrras
Hospital as polio patients. Pe Pedro
dro Pedro is the only one who had re received
ceived received all three of the Salk in-
occulatlons. Of all the 15.000 or
more children in the Canal Zone
who have received the series of
three injections, he Is the only
one to have developed the dis disease
ease disease at all so far.
One of five children, Pedro
lives with his father and moth mother,
er, mother, Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Coco in
Paraiso. His father is an employe
on the Pacific Locks.
Last year, together with his
twin brother, Alfredo, his
brothers and sisters and most
other pupils of the Canal Zone
schools, he received two of the
Salk vaccine injections and
like all other children in the
Canal Zone who received the
inoculations, he suffered no III
weren't there then. Jonathan
Yates is in town. Who's hiding
Frank met his head-on look.
Therp were othr involved in
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Robinson drew a bast on balls HoJg HoJg-ei
ei HoJg-ei hit j hard roller to short and was
credited with a basthrt when short shortstop
stop shortstop Gil McDouaald made a stop of
the ball but could not make a play on
Robinson sliding into second. Furillo
hit a long fly ball which Bauer took
against the fence in right field, Rob Robinson
inson Robinson tagging up and moving to third
after the catch. Bauer took a line
drive off Campanella's bat near the
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Brooklyn receiver of a homerun, wltl
; rtuDinwn storing ct
; catch. Neal fouled out to Berra.
1 run, one hit, no errors, one left.
YANKEES: Loft fielder Enos Slaugh
iter flied to left. Second baseman Bit
ly Martin banged a homerun over the
left field fence near the foul line to
tie the score. McDougald walked.
Third baseman Andy Carey struck out.
Ford fanned without once swinging
the bat. One run, one hit, no er errors,
rors, errors, one left.
To Have Polio
Back At Bat
His third and final Injection
was received in August of this
year. Approximately two weeks
later he developed a non-para
lytic case of poliomyelitis which
was so mild that he was out of
the hospital in 11 days. The dis disease
ease disease was not contracted by his
twin brother, who received the
same injections at the same
time, nor by any other member
of his family.
Air Force Reunion
Of Father And Son
May Be Shortlived
McQUIRE AIR FORCE BASE,
N.J., Qct. 6 I UP) Two Air Force
enlisted men who had been talk talking
ing talking with each other over the
phone for a month discovered
they were father and son sepa separated
rated separated for 15 years, the Air Force
Airman James E. Tracey, 18,
and his father, T-Sgt. Franklin
E. Tracey, 41, embraced and
wept when they met.
The two had discussed offi
cial military business by tele
phone for the past month with
out realizing Identities. The old
er Tracey works in tha McGuire
flight operations office. James is
attached to the control tower.
Tracey and his son had con concluded
cluded concluded each telephone con conversation
versation conversation with their initials--in
James, who had kept a picture
of his father since childhood,
visited the operations office one
day and showed the photograph
to an officer. He recognized Sgt.
James returned the next
morning, opened the flight op operations
erations operations office door and an announced
nounced announced to his father:
"77iis may shock you, but
Tm your son. whom vou have haven't
n't haven't seen in 15 years."
The eldeT Tracey said he had
been drafted in Baltimore In
1941 and later was divorced from
his wife. He never saw James
after that. James enlisted last
DODGERS: Craig, who had)
safety during the National
season, hit a line drive to right that
dropped in for a single. Gilliam bit
into a daubloplay, second to short to
first Reese singled to center. Snider
fanned on three straight curves. No
runs, two hits, no errors, one loft.
YANKEES: Bauer struck out. Hodg Hodges
es Hodges fielded a hard grounder off the bat
of Collins and throw to first, Craig
covering, for the out. With Mantle at
the plate the Dodgers placed Room at
second and Neal at short. Mantle foul fouled
ed fouled out to Campanella No runs, ao
hits, no error, none loft.
DODGERS: Robinson hit .a hard
roller to third that Carey stopped and
throw to first for the out. Hodges
grounded out third to first. Furillo
watched thro called strikes go by
No runs, no hits, no errors, none left.
YANKEES: Berra fouled to Noal in
short right field. Slaughter, with the
count three and two, singled to loft
canter. Martin hit into a doublopiay,
pitcher to short to first. No runs,
one hit, no errors, none loft.
DODGERS: Campanella singled to
loft center. Neal struck out. With
Craig at bat Campanella moved to
ward second on the first pitch and
was cut down catcher to short whan
Craig did not awing. Craig rolled out
to second. No run, on hit, no er errors,
rors, errors, non left.
YANKEES: McDougald hit a fry to
short right field that dropped in for
a single. Carey tanned to give Craig
hi fourth strikeout. Ford hit into a
doublopiay, second to short to first.
No runs, one hit, no errors, none loft.
DODGERS: Gilliam flied to Martin
in abort right field. Reese hit a hard
liner over Mantle's head in right cen
ter field for a triple Snider slammed
Ford's first pitch to deep center which
Mantle took, Reese scoring after the
catch to put the Dodgers out in front
2 to 1. Robinson bounced to third.
One run, one hit, no errors, none left.
YANKEES: Bauer singled to left.
Collins flied to center. Mantle flied to
Hodges near the first base lino Berra
singled to right-center, Slaughter,
with the count three and one, bashed
a homer into the right field stands,
Bauer and Berra scoring ahead of him,
and the Yankees moved in front 4 to
2. Martin flied to center. Three runs,
three hits, no errors, none left.
DODGERS: Slaughter received a
rousing ovation as he trotted to his
position in left field. Hodges walked.
Furillo whammed hard (hot through
the box that Ford could not hold with
his bar hand, Furillo reaching first
safely and Hodges moving to third.
Campanella flied out behind third and
the runners held. Carey bobbled Naal's
grounder and Hodges scored. Furillo
advancing to second and Neal to first
on the futile throw to the olate. Ran
dy Jackson, batting for Craig, flied to
Mft and th runners held. Gilliam
forced Neal (hart to second On
run, on hit, on error, two loft.
YANKEES: Cram Labin replaced
Craig on the mound for the Dodgers.
McDougald grounded to short. Carey
fanned. Ford struck out. No runs, no
hits, no errors, none left.
DODGERS: Reese rolled out short
to first. Snider fanned Robinson sin sin-glad
glad sin-glad to left. Hodges flied out to Cen-
tor. No runs, one hit
no errors, one
nrvKKEi: Minor mad a one one-handed
handed one-handed grab of Bauer's fly to center
field. Collins bounced to Neal, who
"ad a bad throw to first for an er error.
ror. error. Mantle popped to second. Berra
nit a line drive double to deep right
fild scoring Collins and Hi Yanks
took a 5 to 3 lead. Slaughter was
walked intentionally. Martin flied to
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DODGERS: Furillo smashed a dou double
ble double to center field but was out at
third .Bauer to Martin to Carey. Cam Campanella
panella Campanella fanned. Neal rolled out to
third, t five the Yankees their first
me series. No runs
no errors, none loft.
Wife is Angered,
Gives Up To Cops
HIALEAH Pla Oct rrTDi
- An enraged redhead, apparently
iu uci nuaoana De De-gan
gan De-gan packing his suitcase, fired
four bullets into his back late
last night, then seriously
wounded herself, accoreUnp: to
Mrs. Phyllis Pratt, the attrac attractive
tive attractive 35-year-old wife, was rush rushed
ed rushed to a hospital by police where
she underwent emergency sur surgery
gery surgery for removal of two bullets
Police found Edward A. Pratt,
31, dead in a pool of blood in
hi bedroom. Sgt. Charles O'Con O'Connor
nor O'Connor said Pratt's body was sDraw sDraw-led
led sDraw-led as through he had tried to
hide in a bedroom closet when
his wife opened fire.
Police said Mrs. Pratt shot her
husband then turned the gun on
Neighbors broke into the
house In a middle-class Hia Hia-leah
leah Hia-leah suburb minutes after the
fusillade of (hats was heard.
A .31 caliber revolver and a
half-empty box of cartridges
lay by Mrs. Pratt's side.
She murmured from t, h
stretcher as she was rushed from
the house to the hospital, 'Some
bodv bring my purse."
To 3 For
3-Run Slaughter Homer Decides 3rd Game;
Sturdivant, Erskine Mound Rivals Today
By LEO H. PETERSEN
NEW YORK, Oct. 6 (UP)-Enos Slaughter, veteran 40 -year -old out outfielder,
fielder, outfielder, today blasted a homerun with two mates aboard to give the New
York Yankees a 5 to 3 victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers in the third game of
the World Series after the American League champions had suffered two
straight losses in the 1956 version of the baseball classic.
The Yankees were behind i to
1 in the sixth Inning when "old
man" Slaughter came to the
plate with two on and two outs.
Slugging ace Mickey Mantle
had been retired on a harm harmless
less harmless pep up to first; bat
Slaughter, who came to the
Yankee Aug. 26, and who
hopes to share the World Se Series
ries Series melon, did not betray the
hopes of the 73,977 spectators'.
The count was three and one
when his three-run blast came.
Young Whltey Ford, who was
the losing pitcheir in the first
game against the Dodgers at
Bbbets Field, defended the mar margin
gin margin and although he gave up
another run he came out un unscathed
scathed unscathed in a dangerous seventh
Starter Roger Craig, who has
ont won a game since August,
but could have been victorious
if not for Slaughter's round-
tripper, was the loser.
l Enos Slaughter
The Yankees had fed the
game in the second inning on
a four-base blast by Billy Mar Martin
tin Martin after the Dodgers had went
ahead in the same frame.
Brooklyn moved in front a a-gain
gain a-gain in the sixth, and after
Slaughter's big blow, they
scored for the last time in the
The Dodger1; threatened In
the third and fifth innings, in
the third Craig led off with a
single, but Ford got out of trou
ble wicn a double play.
Later, in the fifth, Roy Cam
panella opened with a hit but
after Charley Neal had fanned,
Roy was cut down in an at attempted
tempted attempted steal.
The Yankees also failed to
score In those innings when
Slaughter singled wtlh one out
in the third and Martin hit in into
to into a double play, and in the
fifth when Gil McDougald sin
gled to start the frame and An Andy
dy Andy Carey struck out and Ford
hit into a double play.
The Dodgers took a 2 to 1
lead in the sixth on Pee Wee
Reese's triple to right-center
with one out. Duke Snider
then h i a long fly to bring
'men the big Yankee inning
came. Hank Bauer singled to
start things going, and Joe Col Collins
lins Collins flied out.it The fans' hopes
were high when Mickey Mantle
came to the plate, but the cen center
ter center fielder was out on a short
fly. Yogi Berra then singled to
right and Slaughter came
through with his decisive Wow.
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score in the seventh when Git
Hodges, leading off, drew a base
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Carey bobbled Neal's grounder
as Modges scored and Furillo
advanced to second. Randy
Jackson batted for Craic and
flied out to Slaughter, and the I
threat was over when Fordi
made Junior Gilliam force Neal
short ito second.
The Yankees got back the run
in me eigmn wsieu v,u""is
safe on Neal's error, and after
Mantle popped up again, Berra
Police Dig Stunt,
But Not Stuntman
ALEANDRIA, Va., Oct. 6 (UP)
Stunt man "Digger" O'Deil,
who makes his living by be.'.ng
buried alive, was dug up Thurs Thursday
day Thursday by firemen who thought
he was in danger of being kill killed.
ed. killed. O'Deil protested being ex exhumed
humed exhumed from his "coffin." He
said It prevented him from beat beating
ing beating his own 57 day record
underground. He had been down
An attendant who watches
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teerfire department when the
soli began to cave-in after a
Rescue workers tried contact
O'Deil over a telephone installed
in nis coffin, but he man i
answer. So they dug him up.
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' Billy Martta
came through with a double to
bring home Collins.
Ford was luck in the ninth.
Furillo blasted a double off
the right field wall but was
out trying to stretch the hit
into a triple Bauer to Mar Mar-tin
tin Mar-tin to Carey. Ford then struck
on Campanella and forced
Neal to hit an easy roller to
the infield. n
The Yankees tomorrow will
send Tom Sturdivant, a 16-gamo
winner, against Carl Erskine.
who won 13 game during the
Erskine holds the record of 14
strikeouts in a World Series
game (which he established a-
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BASEBALL ON THE BRAIN PUZZLES & PASTIMES
Here's wits tester for sharp-eyed baseball fans: The pitcher la
the game above Is obviously a southpaw. At what baa first or
third does the runner la the foreground stand poised to steal?
WORLD Series time naturally
reminds us of the tradition
that anything can happen in
baseball. So don't look askance
at these baseball brain teasers
they may happen!
1. Hew can a team get six
consecutive hits In one Inning
without scoring a run T
2. A batter it facing the pitch pitcher.
er. pitcher. Under what conditions could
ten pitches be thrown to him,
without putting him out. with without
out without walking him, and without
having Mm foul off any of the
3. The home team is up In the
ninth Inning with one out, the
bases loaded and the score 4 to
2 against them. The batter hits
a grounder to first: the first
baseman touches first and throws
to second; the second baseman
touches second, then, runs to the
dugout with the ball. The run
ners keep going around the bases.
What la the final score?
4. A batter swings at a strike,
and foul tips It; It hits his shoul shoulder
der shoulder and rolls to the pitcher's box.
The pitcher picks up the ball, and
throws to first ahead of the bat batter,
ter, batter, la the batter out when hit,
or la be out at first?
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All Very Nice PICTO-REBUS
AT a recent and vary formal
gathering there were ten
ladles present and s considerably
larger number of men. All those
present were Introduced to each
Each man bowed to each lady,
who returned the bow. Bach man
shook hands with every othei
man (except himself), and each
lady kfcHwtevery other lady (x
cept heJwjf). Altogether there
were 635 bows, handshakes and
Hdw meaty men were there
present? parlly, this would
not be s difficult problem, but
yos may make mistake If you
are not careful.
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F twenty times a certain num
ber exceeds a third of that
number by two hundred asi
thirty-six, what to the number?
Time limit: two minutes.
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SOLVE this rebus-type poser as
you would a mathematical
problem by addition and sub subtraction
traction subtraction of letters.
The answer is a popular' fruit
Of course, you must Identify
each object pictured and be able
to spell its same correctly if you
expect to arrive at the right
answer to the problem.
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CUTOUT POSERS FOR JRS
VVHEN Junior's not playing
" baseball be likes to play with
his kitten. But today's the big
game and It's almost time to
leave for the baseball diamond.
Can you help him don. his uni uniform?
form? uniform? Color the separate pieces first,
rhen, cat out Junior and paste
his figure to s piece of heavy
paper or thin cardboard.
Fasten suit and cap by bend bending
ing bending Baps around Junior's model.
A GAME HUNT
VVnTH a dog and s gun you
" may hunt for game all day
without being certain of finding
It But with a pencil, you can be
csrtsln to turn HUNT into
GAME by the stepword method
of changing one letter each step
to leave s complete word. It can
be done In five steps. Try It
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CROSS DIGIT problems are
solved similarly to crossword
puzzles with this exception: nu numerals
merals numerals are Inserted Into the an answer
swer answer diagram Instead of letters
1. Real prosperity: 1912 taxes,
1928 dividends, wages!
5. Members of the- House.
6. To determine the length of
the first rod. they lined up this
many men and took the total
length of their left feet
7. A score and a decade plus
9. Distance from' the sun to the
earth, in millions of miles.
10. Sandra took a number, dou doubled
bled doubled it subtracted 7, divided by
5, and obtained 7. What number , t r
did she take? CZT W tCYKe IS UUt
11. To be or nought to be!
13. A pair won for a septet "PHIS baseball was hit so high It went up among
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Object is to add 16 stars to the eight already
drawn so that eight rows of four stars in each row
are formed and the ball Is equidistant from every
row. Stars must be drawn within the diagram.
A solution to given elsewhere on the page.
Are You Mis-Informed?
DLL IN letters In the blank squares to complete
' each of the dozen words beginning with MIS so
as to fit the characteristics of each "Miss" below:
1. MIS : This Miss Is notably bad
2. MIS : This one Is spt to blunder.
3. MIS r : A Miss who's given to
4. MIS : This Miss slights de decorum.
corum. decorum. 5. MIS : This one's unwanted.
6. MIS :Just doesn't fit
7. MIS : Miss whose
letters are puzzlers.
8. MIS : One who
could ruin her mate-to-be.
9. MIS : Miss
loose with facto.
10. MIS : The
Miss who bears false tidings.
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1. The shield on the dollar bill
has r- stripes and in the eagle's
left talon to a bundle of ar arrows.
rows. arrows. Coutot 'am.
2. Four Is contained In this num number
ber number 239 times
3. A quintet
4. How many hundred In Tenny Tennyson's
son's Tennyson's "Charge of the Light Bri Brigade"?
gade"? Brigade"? 5. A "walk" in baseball Is how
7. Find three numbers In:
gome sties look for content contentment
ment contentment beyond the seven seas;
But the world to really most at
veace when in
8. Looks Uke a
straight One bent
around a hole in
9. Baseball slo slogan
gan slogan that helps
to sew up the
game. "A stretch
in time saves
10. Horse sense:
How many legs
has each: Minor Minor-c
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Thirteen tooth toothsome
some toothsome truffles
who were thrice
CHRISTINE and Joe are proud
admirers of something their
Dad constructed in their back
yard. Can you guess what it is
without filling in the diagram?
If not begin at dot 1 and draw
a continuous line dot by dot
through dot 17.
Where two numbers are beside
one dot use the dot for both.
Answer in I Minute
A large box contains 4 smaller
boxes and Inside each of
these four are 4 still smaller
boxes. How many boxes in all ?
How quickly can you answer
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IT IS the last
1 halt of the
ninth Inning. The
score to tied 0-0.
There are two
outs. The bases
are full. Two
strikes and three
balls are called
on the man at
The ball speeds'
over the plate
like a bullet
Crack! It meets
the bat and to
Maybe it's a
foul or a fly out
Maybe it's s
to the ball de depends
pends depends on how you
trace out the
maze at right
Can you clear
STRJKE OUT J. BALL 1
...FLY OUT 7?
BRIEF REPORTS on select new
book of mterest to home
craftsmen, hobbyiatt and eottec eottec-tore.
tore. eottec-tore. Selected by Clark Klnnaird.
Tuscany, photos by Arnold von
Borsig; introduction and notes by
Ranucclo Bianchi -Bandlnelli
(Studlo-Crowell, 250 pages: 810).
There are 800 plates by Mr. Von
Borsig, an Austrian artist-photographer,
whose camera eye to
as penetrative as a good paint painter's.
er's. painter's. Salt Water Fishing Is Easy,
by Jerry Sylvester (Stackpole,
208 pages: 83.95). Getting Inter Interested
ested Interested In Mr. Sylvester's chatty
tract Is easy, too. It's an enticing
guide to fishing times and places
on the Atlantic coast.
Water Skiing for All, by Wal Walter
ter Walter N. Prince (Greenberg, 205
pages: 83.50). There should be a
wide circle of readers for Mr.
Prince's comprehensive manual.
Its sections on enjoyment of the
sport in safety should be helpful
SNAPPY PARTY STUNT
can and some
can't perform the
It depends to
some extent on
the structure of
the wrist The
masters it has at
his command a
snappy stunt for
a party. It goes
holds his hand
palm up and places a coin, preferably a dime, on
his wrist He says that it is within his power to
make the coin turn over without touching it Here's
how he does It:
He snaps his fingers sharply causing the dime to
turn a somersault.
Acquiring the knack requires a great deal of
patience. You may find it easier to do with one
hand than the other.
Another trick you can perform with a coin la
really an optical illusion. The performer states that
he will make it possible for s person to see both
sides of the coin without using a reflective surface.
To do so, he simply spins the coin on the table.
One Word, Then Another Until Solved
alert? Ufa see.
presents s simple
test of keen wits.
To solve, copy
each of the let let-ten
ten let-ten now showing
In the empty
Then, using a
system of trial
and error, ate
bow quickly you
can find missing
letters of the
s k eletonlzed
words by making
shorter words in
the lower dia diagrams.
grams. diagrams. One or two
short words nay
reveal key Words.
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- By Eupcne Shefer
1 What was not consumed with
the lire that burned within
it? (Ex. 3:2)
5 The so dins Bev. 1:8) -10
14 Plant of lily family.
15 With What was Peter's moth-r-tontow
sick? (Mat 8:14)
18 what; is the fulfilling of the
13 Group of Ships of war.
19 Pieces out,
20 Mrs. Beicher Stowe and
22 What Is the 23rd book of the
28 What were on the heads oi
the locusts? (Rev. 9:7)
34 Father of Mattathias (Luke
38 A negative ioa
39 Wise lawmaker.
41 Legal wrong.
42 Place to which the brethren
sent Paul .and Silas by night
44 Spanish gentleman.
51 Land -measures.
52 Volcano in Sicily.
53 Mors, favorable
58 Taken into custody.
60 Baking chamber.
61 The family of whom was
taken by Samuel? (1 Sam. 10:
63 This place.
65 Russian independent union
66 Country road.
68 Moves swiftly.
69 Tributary of North Sea
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2 Father of Arab (1 Chr. 7:39)
4 One of the languages in which
the superscription on the cross
was written (Luke 23:28)
7 Nights before holidays.
8 To the right
9 Rembrandt was one.
11 Mythological figure
12 Lining of the iris
21 Electrified particles.
27 One of the birds sent by Noab
from the ark (Gen 8.7)
28 "Aida," for Instance
29 Fished for congers.
30 She wept for her children
31 Shade of red.
32 Porters were keepers of what
part of the Unit's dwelling?
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35 He was found as s baby In
the bulrushes by the maid of
Pharaoh's daughter (Ex. 2:10)
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within half of what measure
of land to which Jonathan
slew about 20 men? (1 Sam
45 Finnish poem.
48 One to whom Paul sent greet greetings
ings greetings (Rom 16:14)
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54 Slightly elliptical
56 Prefix: half.
56 Aleutian island.
58 Sea eagle.
59 Antlered ruminant
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N. Y., these jets model the latest in "wearing apparel" for jet engines. Improved
silencers on these planes are so efficient that ground crewmen can carry on a
nearly-normal conversation even when the engines are being tested in the area.
DON'T TAE THEM AWAY! Michael Volker senses that his three pals, Cinna Cinnamon.
mon. Cinnamon. CivK pufT and H.,nov, are going to leave him very soon. They're leaving
Kew TorTrraJcuilcI airport for a trip to Cnnnny with Michael's grandmother.
SHE HAS THREE BOY FRIENDS Gladys Reilly is puzzled as she tries to pick out
her favorite boy friend at Palisades Park, N. J., salt water pool. Will he be
Douglas, Joseph or Robert Murtagh? (We're not sure of the correct order either).
PRETTY SITTING Myrna Hansen, a one-time "Miss
U.S.A." winner, leaves no doubt that she deserved
the title as she relaxes between scenes of her latest
picture, Raintret Country, with Elizabeth Taylor.
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W;iTHIN TWO YEARS, an official will drive a golden spike into
f the last tie of a tropic railroad which will bring the fabulously-rich
natural resources of Colombia into closer touch with the
United States. This is the famed "Atlantic Railroad,'" which will
short-cut the Panama canal by providing cheaper and swifter
transportation within Colombia, north to her Caribbean ports. Th
only direct rotte now is the river, a trip of two months' time. The
new railroad will cut that to only two days for the long 48-mile
journey. The railroad project is said to be the longest stretch of
road ever built in South America at one time. The government is
giving every kind of encouragement to- foreign industry to come
to Colombia and invest in the future and investors are coming.
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CAPT. ANTOINETTE M.KELSO, Flight Nurse, watches
an evacuated patient closely as he is removed from a 26th
Air Rescue H-19 Helicopter a t Albrook Air Force Base, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, by First Lt. David L Allen, and 1st Lt. John F.
Morrissette, of the 26th Air Rescue Squadron.
(U.S. AKMT PHOTO)
PANAMA, R. P- SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, MM
SA-16 Albatross makes its ttnal approach for an open sea Undine. This aircraft is the workhorse among the CSAF-MATS aircraft that are flown by Air
Rescue specialists who are dedicated to the 24 nour a day mission "that others ma; live."
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fZF&Jr&t' f. 0t a oht ?irllne wMeh near Interior town of Chame, is treat-
a26th A'r Reseue Squadron helicopter by Flight Surgeon Captain Charles A Berry
. fera nd Technical Sergeant Jim mie Gavra,. Carter, Hying from Panama to
Costa Rica, was painfully but not seriously in jured. ranama to
Story and Photos by U.S. Army
The 1st Air Rescue nrnun is
standing down operations this
month. The 1st Air Rescue Group
Headquarters locked at Albrook
Air Force Base, and its compo component
nent component units, the 26th Air Rescue
Squadron, Albrook Air Force
Base, the 28th Air Rescue
Squadron, Ramey Air Force
Base, Puerto Rico, and the 29th
Air Rescue Squadron, Kindley
Air Force Bas?. Bermuda. hav
been the primary search and
rescue units within ttheir respec respective
tive respective areas for the past four
On Sept. 20, Albrook s "famed"
26th Air Reccue Squadron lost
its last SA-lfi "Albatross" when
an Air Force ferry crew took off
ana new n to Myrue Beacn,
The departure of this aircraft
represented the operational clos closing
ing closing of this unit as a rescue
squadron. To numerous individ individuals
uals individuals who had become stranded,
lost or ill in this area, the SA SA-16
16 SA-16 (or the "Slober-Albert," as H
was often called) had at times
assumed the appearance of an
angel from heaven.
Since its activation in April
1952. this unit answered rennest
for aid from th Galapagos Is-
iana, euu nines orr the coast of
Ecuador to the deen limpUs nf
Brazil; from such remote out-'
posts of civilization as Shell
I Mera, Ecuador, to the cloud
crowded mountain peaks of
i northern Guatemala. With more!
than 20,000 accumulated hours i
in flying almost 500 actual and
; innumerable training rescue
missions, the personnel of the
26tA Air Rescue Snuadron main
tained a constant readiness for
any emergency situation.
Although, all missions were
I classified into six types, very few
could be con. side red" as being
.standard or routine. Each ire;
jsented fcs own particular prob- j
iera. Tne ooject of the search
mission, for instance, was ati
I times located in a matter of a
few hours, whereas others
'stretched out to 'two and three
weeks with as many as, four
squadron aircrafts, each flying
up to 10 hours, a dav.
Numerous missions flown by
ine 26th Air Rescue Squadron
ic cuuoiutricu w dc ui a spec spectacular
tacular spectacular nature. Consider the
Captain Carlos L. Fox and hi
crew flew a 26-hour round itrip 1
to Galapagos Islands to evacu evacuate
ate evacuate an injured seaman from a
British vessel in July 1954. The
only respites received by the
crew during the mission were
two 45-mlnute refueling stops at
Captain Arthur Umberger and
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Captain Antoinette Kelso, Captain Charles A. Barns, and Lieutenant John F. Morrissette were pholorared from a 26th Air
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Rescue Squadron SA-I6 as they
vessel had been seriously burned
Sunday Amentan Suppiement
CT0BR 7, 1956
Kn SH-19 helicopter Is shown preparing to hoist lift a survivor
rom a lite raft at sea. The SH-19 helicopter nas oeen uwuea
y the 26th Air Rescue squaaron in wis area na me
Rescue Squadron, Harney Air force ase, rueno wu, mi
the past IVt years.
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crew, on Sept. 20, 1955, com-
dted a hazardous open-sea
acuation of a Chief Engineer
rd the "US sninnecocn
v" 90 mues on me wiutua-
an coast. The man's life was
ved by Captain Umbergers a a-lity
lity a-lity to land and take off in a
elve-loot sea, a condition
hich placed the aircraft at
e very limits of its structural
pabllities and in turn sub-
hcted the crew's skill ana
howledee of tlv SA-18 to its
fin January of this year, CaP-
tin William P. DeWH.i was "on-
e com mander" lor tne
h of five missionaries from
11 Mera. Ecuador. He coordi-
ated activities of United States
ir Varee Armv and Naw units
! fitfa those of Ecuadorean sol sol-i
i sol-i 'tiers and U.S. missionaries to
accessfully locate the five men
ho savaeHv was murdered bV
!' ''fie Auca Indians.
r.asl Mnv nantain William B.
iole successfully evacuated the
' llrUne disaster. Captain Peel
, Willfully handled his helicopter
1 a ol fit a f Inn f h o f ma a hpvnn H
Jhe capabilities of the SH-19
elicopter, when he landed and
xA-off from a twenty-foot
tearing on a 9,100 foot knife-
y disabled or lost aircraft
into this area were inter-'
ceDted and led to a safe landing.
The complex electronic equip equipment
ment equipment aboard the SA-16 actually
enabled it and the target air aircraft
craft aircraft to home on one another.
Then with the aid of the 26th
Air Rescue Squadron navigat navigators'
ors' navigators' knowledge of the search ra radar
dar radar and other navigational
equipment, the disabled aircraft
were guided along the most fa favorable
vorable favorable route in relation to ter terrain
rain terrain and weather to the near nearest
est nearest landing facilities.
A complete enumeration of
the, nearly 500 missions per performed
formed performed by the 26th Air Rescue
Souadron during its four-year
stay in the Panama Area is im
possible, as not one can be just
ly considered in few words. Each
mission presented a different
set of circumstances, in almost
every instance there was a life
Twenty-four hours a day for
four years the men and aircraft
of the Squadrons of the 1st Air
Rescue Group have been on
ready alert to answer the call
for help. The Rescue Coordina Coordination
tion Coordination Center at Albrook has co coordinated
ordinated coordinated the rescue activities
throughout this area. This cen center
ter center has been in operation for
twenty-four hours a day every
day of the year. Utilizing a vast
communications networtc, tne
RCC received the calls for help,
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A make-bite ktim, Manuel Murielis, Is removed iron 26th
Air Rescue Squadron's H-19 helicopter after being brount
tram La Fauna, 100 miles Southeast of Panama. The plane
was piloted br Major George Hambrirk and Capt. William B.
Pool with Albrook Flight Surgeon Capt. Carlos D. Ral-Lan
An injured Panamanian citizen is shown bent; transferred from a 26th Air Rescue Squadron
SH-19 after an evacuation from a village in the Interior of Panama. Many such missions
were performed by this unit which answered distress calls from individuals suffering from
snake bites, ehild-birth complications, and even accidental gun wounds.
Piper Cub N-1357C, piloted by Rodney Young, an American citizen, departed Tocumen Ni Ni-tlonal
tlonal Ni-tlonal Airport, Panama for Esmeraldas, Ecuador, on 22 November 1954. Heavy rain forced
him down on the beach on the western coast of Colombia (position, 0500N-7722W). Since
Young failed to arrive at bis destination, two SA-16's of the 26th Air Rescue Squadron de departed
parted departed Albrook AFB Nov. 23 for a search of Young's intended route. The Piper Cnb was
found that afternoon at the position indicated above. When a message was dropped to
Young requesting if he required aid of any sort, he replied by writing this message in the
sand: "AM OK, RAIN HEAVY."
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An H-lt helicopter from the 26th Air Rescue Squadron was dispatched after the receipt of
a request through diplomatic channels to the Rescue Coordination Center at Albrook AFB
to evacuate Peter G. Yan Dam from Santa Clara, R. de P. The patient, Assistant General
Agent for the Royal Netherlands Steamship C ompany, was reportedly seriously Injured while
swimming at Santa Clara. The patient arrlv ed at Albrook AFB and was immediately trans transported
ported transported to Gorgas Hospital, CX
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(A DYING MAN SPEAKS)
By Theodore Reethke
All women loved dance ill a dying light.
The moon's my mother how I tore the moon!
Out of her place she comes, a dolphin one,
Then settles back to shade and the long night.
A beast cries out as if its flesh weie torn,
And that cry takes me back where I was born.
Who thought love but a motion In the mind? -Am
I out nothing, leaning toward & thing?
I'll scare myself with sighing, or I'll sing;
Descend, a gentlest light, descend, descend,
O sweet field far- ahead, I hear your birds;
They sing, they sing, but still in minor thirds.
I've the lark's word for it, who sings alone:
What's seen recedes, forever what we snow
Eternity defined, and strewn with straw,
The fury of the slug beneath the stone.
The vision moves, and yet remains the same.
In heaven's praise, I dread tee thing i am.
The edges el the summit still appall
When we brood on the dead er the beloved:
Nor can imagination do it ail
In this last piece of light. He dam to live
Who stops being a bird, yet beats his wings
Against the wide abyss, the gray waste nothingness of thing.
By George Johnston
Among the roses down behind the house,
Snip, snap, snip! go the little cutting pliers;
Sweet Miss Knit, who is a kind of mouse,
Is gathering buds and blooms for Mr. Byers.
Mr. Byers Is a kind of hungry cat,
Whose hunger, somehow, isn't for sweet Miss Knit;
She loves his magnificent person, which is fat,
And longs to be devoured, every bit.
Ah, roses, roses on Mr. Byers' table
That lean your thorns above the polished wood'
Miss Knit would borrow your deaths, if she were able,
To darken her small heart, discreet and good.
And yet the room's mahogany-deep light
And all the little rainbows hi the glass
Seem to surround her movements with delight
And watch her mouse's footsteps as they pass.
. AH Focm b Courtesy of The New Yorker.
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Woshington News Notebook
No Escape-Too Hungry-Forecast
Monocle-Correct Name-Mrs. Veep
By DOUGLAS LAXSKK and KKNMETB O. GILMORR
WASHINGTON (NBA) it
has vaken three years for it to
happen, but die party pace here
ass finally trapped British Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Sir Roger Making.
There are circles under his
eyes. His otherwise erect shoul
ders are drooping slightly.
There's a faint tremor in his once
Tee reason for this is that Sir
Roger is finally being, forced to
sweat out the full duration of all
the parties, he has been attending
lately. They're all being thrown
in his honor because he's soon
leaving Washington for a new
pest in Britain.
Up until now he had maintained
bis reputation as the healthiest,
clearest eyed diplomat m the col
ony by dusting out of most parties
2 minutes after arriving. It -was
a technique of social survival he
invented and perfected. i
At last count he had attended
eight farewells and had 16 mere
to attend. I
When von totta eat. ye aotta
Crown Prince of Laos hit town
at noon ether day for an unofficial
visit. With bis entourage Of family
and servants trailing, he swept
into the lobby of the Mayflower
A waiting photographer pleaded
with the prince to hold up for a
But Crown Prince Savang Va Va-thaaa,
thaaa, Va-thaaa, son of King Sisavong Vong,
regally breezed by.
"I'm hungry to pose today,"
The Russians are about to
launch another ambitious social
season with a bang.
The embassy opening bid will be
a showing of baHet films followed
up with a razzle-dazzle reception.
That always means quantities of
high type beverages and quanti quantities
ties quantities et Soviet delicacies for Che
"Aw tt ahead and wear it."
That's the advice friends have
given Air Commander G. F. W.
Hey cock, air attache at the British
Seems the gent really needs a
monocle. Bat he only snorts it in
the privacy of his office or home.
Heyeeck Is afraid Americans
wilt think he's putting on the dog
by wearing the eyepiece la public.
. Ed TriiMag, one of the town's
most expert caterers, thinks
"highball party" is a better
name than "cocktail party." His
figures shew that only about 15
per cent of the men at a cocktail
party actually drink cocktails.
They prefer long drinks, or high highballs.
balls. highballs. However, one-third of the female
guests at any function prefer the
more potent cocktail. Ed doesn't
Ham nl I -..-.. I
nvcuyi iu captain wny.
It's a pleasure to report that
Jane Barkley, widow of the late
great "Veep," is now getting
around town more, plans to do
some entertaining this winter, and
puts in about four days a week at
the Democratic National Commit Committee
tee Committee as a hostess.
More farewells: Navy Capt. Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Friedman is leaving the gun
factory here to take a destroyer
squadron in the Pacific,' and
friends gathered to down a calory
er two in his honor. Filipino
lumpia was the chief dish. It's
shrimp swimming in a butter butter-vii
vii butter-vii .gar sauce and includes about
eight vegetables. Then came pah pah-cit
cit pah-cit molo, which is thick soap
containing large lumps of spiced
meat wrapped in thick noodles.
Also oa the menu was a do bo,
chunks of pork and chicken cooked
in a rice sauce of butter and
Champagne separated the
courses. Party was thrown by
Sid's Annapolis classmate, Fifi
pine Capt. Ralph Pargas, military
attache at the Philippine embassy.
Walter Winched In New York
Newspaper Song and Dance Man Eavesdropped ia Lindy's: "I Just plain Scummies.
I laugh just like a silly kid
At Mrs. Caesar's crazy Sid.
Kitgallen is The Doll Divine.
She has me tuned in "What's
The night is gay as New Year's
When I see Janie Meadows'
That Godfrey clown I sure
1 roar and roar upon the floor.
But Groucho, Gleason and you
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Como and Joe DiMaggie for his Headline: "New Hurricane is
opening teevee show Oct 5th." I named Flossie.
'Yeah, 1 11 bet the Yanks wish She's wild enough to be called
Backstage Storv: The role of
Item: "Judy Garland Is Back at Prof. Himrlns (Rex Harrison) ia
The Palace" My Fair Lady" is said to be
Music Cue: "Happy Two a Days largely a self-portrat of George
Are Here Again!"
Faces NIn The Crowd: Decca rcc
Bernard Shaw. His "Pygmalion"
is the book of the Big Hit .
Like Higgins, the playwright was
fascinated by the English lan-
. During a discussion of
From Gracie A. to Lucille Ball, ording execs! How about Roberta guaee
Move ever for The Fates i Sherwood making a waffle of Bill some of the peculiarities of words.
decree I Snyder's sob song, "Lonely a novelist observed that sugar"
A new Guy's rlsin' on Teevee. Wine"? Bill Darnell's version is was the only word where an "s"
October Five- Oh, Man! Oh, iswelegant, but Roberta's will sell before a "u" was pronounced
Mandy- 'a zillion. Anyway, please have it "sh" . "Really." cooed Shaw.
Comes Walda's Dad The Song- made for me. Thanks . Com "How about 'sure'?"
and Dandy! poser Richard Rodgers gave the
Gladys Shelley Runynn Committee the Idea for
Alan Handley, NBC's triple- the best downfront "house tickets The Torch is when you wind up
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Main Stem Blues
Marilyn's gone and married
Ava's in love with Spain.
Rita's doing The Barbo Bit,
So what does one do for The
Jayne Is 'nixing Cheesecake
And Ekberg's on the shelf.
Ingrid and Grace don't help at
ducer), will boss our upcoming the fund has been enriched (via
Variety Show starting Oct. 5th those hit show tickets) by over
over 128 NBC-TV depots. Mr. $770,000 to date . Thanks R&H
Handley created the format for and Leland Hayward . Rodgers
Dinah Shore. His Spectaculars and his wife caught Lisa Kirk's
are greeted with admiration and Persian Room one-man-show and
respect by the public and critics, patty-caked: "Your act is to the
He took on the WW assignment swank-hotel circuit what 'My Fair,
"because It is such a challenge," Lady' is to Broadway" . Wire
However, Mr. Handley brooded to My Fair Lisa from Claude Phi-1
twice this week because his new lippe of the Waldorf-Astoria:'
oim m aniaMnr faital tr amwtfir at "Wnubt .rv miutk Ultm Ia kau. mmi
the first two rehearsals. We were appear in Empire Room 4 weeks I think I'll kill myself!
busy fighting the hoodlums and starting Oct. 15th. We promise to Gil Blum
juvenile delinpunks, who sent 3 make you very happy indeed" . Some newspaper editorials re re-newsmen
newsmen re-newsmen to hospitals. "Things," her mother told her, fer to Ike as one of the "few
7hen, finally, we snowed up we "are beginning to jell" . "They gentlemen in politics."
new our top twice at George are 'beginning," replied Lisa, "to They mean giantlcman.
Wood, the agent. When we left the Walter Winjell!" . Chez Vlto
room (to answer a phone call), (on E. 60th) is a must go enjoy Street Scene: Spyros Skouras is
dignified director Handley sighed place. Those ear-caressing violins! Mr. Big at 20th Century-Fox .
io agent wooa: : inn we ooui . me rottce uept. has assigned He was wailing for his car in
better take physicals." a cop to patrol the Victor Riesel front of the studio's local branch
acid throwing corner all night. It's on W. 58th Street . Two red red-Mitt
Mitt red-Mitt Rosen of Mr. Handley's about time . Badly beaten Jour- headed gals employed there, were
writing staff just called to spoil nal American news photog Lenny waiting tor a cab . They all
the column with: "I saw the Morgan, 46, is recovering at St. began chatting about the weather,
strangest sight! A newspaper col- dare's Heap. Two fractured ribs etc . "Do you work here,
umnist without a TV program! ... Eyeball (feared damaged) is too?" inquired one . Yes.
1 okay. Two stiches in cheek not 3 said Mr. S . "Just what do
"N. H'wood Cal. How about . Will know today if skull is you do?" asked the other ... "I
calling it 'The Walter Winshow ? fractured . My apologies to the work," smiled Skouras, "for ALL
Alan and Vera Gordon." I Sisters at St. Clare's for the pro-!
ifantty. We went beserk when the Item: "Gleason To Quit Weekly
Topic A was Ingrid's apparent cops brought ia the 4 punks who Show. 'Too Tough a Grind' !"
desire w return to U.S. "It takes severely beat up 2 newsmen, for The "Glee" doesn't know what
a lot of heart," said one of the no reason at al. "How do you a grind is until he works on a
Backroom Boys Trio (at Sherry's like beta out-numbered, you
im spot) "to face your accusers heel?" yelled one reporter, as he
Me that." j belted the worst of the bullies in
"Especially," intoned a colyum- the mouth in the name of news news-1st,
1st, news-1st, "when your heart is broken.", paper men everywhere.
Overheard at The Velvet: "Typi- "Dear Walter." writes Gene
cal bore. Never stops, at the end Weber (the wit and poach line i ting that
ec a sentence, uniy at the eaa contribber) "nave you ever caned lum
This is for N.Y. Journal Ameri American
can American photographer Lenny Morgan.
Who thought of his paper first and
himself last (which sent him to
St. Clare's hosp. in agony) by gov
picture of his nooo-
is: Orchids from a
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"'" S A A
By PETER EDSON
WASHINGTON (NA) ing telephones or conferences)
There is no rest for Adlai Ste- that's when Stevenson goes to
venson from now till election day.' town on his writing. He begrudges
From Here on, it win be a six time taken from bis composition
weeks' continuous campaign. The He doesnt feel good if he doesn't
idea is to have Stevenson come have a m il in his hand, scrib-
faee to face with as many people bung, part of each day. He if-
as possible. most never dictates speeches or
His vice presidential running statements direct,
mate. Estes Kefauver. is doing On other personal character
avan streetcar, horse and bua- tics, the Stevenson staff mem-
gy or on foot where necessary, jbers say he has improved over
The great problem which the four years ago
Stevenson campaign managers He can handle more correspon correspon-say
say correspon-say they'll have is to find time dence, faster. He can meet more
for their man to get off in a cor- people and conduct bis business
ner some place by himself to do with those he does meet in less
his writing, I time. He is more interested in
This, the Stevenson handlers people. Having to beat Kefauver
have learned, is an essential part changed him that way.
ef their candidate's make-up. He' la the four years since 1952 Ste Ste-still
still Ste-still likes to do his own reading, venson has been in every state
thinking and writing. and almost every county. He has
There are from 40 to 50 advis- tremendous grasp of local poll pollers
ers pollers now shooting ideas at Steven- tics He knows which cricks ought
son all the time. This campaign be dammed, which farm areas
i j ...wi.. need to be saved, where there is
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velownents to the
agers this year is the way state
encouraging de- JJ 2&J&Jllmip before thousand, of hi, fans mMexico
from rtJ 'm m u'1 mm bull, kilted after has return
The Washington Merry -Go -Round
ty DUW MA1SON i
Politic Hs Fewd
It was ealv a few weeks aim that
but has cleats on the boots for' the Army and the Air Force were
practically spitting la each oth
er s faces. They staged one of the
bitterest feuds in years over the
speech has to be done, Adlai is
the original do-it-yourself man.
This ezolains whv he is supple
mentinc his speeches this year and local Democratic
with a aeries of written state- come to mi
meats which will set forth his bles. They know he helped them
principles and Ms personal plat- in local elections. They are more
formn for the record. I anxious to support him now than
I they were four years ago.
cw.ncjui am hi. m'iKn- with wih all the emnhasis on meet-
. ..ft am hi to xtt ;M out Mt with these local
of rated white paper. His two sec-Democratic teaders mis year, tel tel-.(.
.(. tel-.(. ,r,o. rami km ami Phl. miaina to be a completely sup-
lis Giistafsen. have now masL plesaental type of campaigning
tared the Stevenson scrawl, wKh f or Stevenson. In a sense tiite is a fla&&t . ;' ;
its many tiny interlinings and virtue ef necessity. The Demo-j DREW rK ARSON Says: Re A former Hollywood actor who Secretary of War and donor of
. 1 am. m At M auikHiaa .1. .J - mm. 4 kaaiul ma. r tlhu Tamhia VJ 4 1 1 n n 1 4L T t rx 1
marginal notes. They make a first crats flon t nave we mnej Wiuw pau wrung. ctb. niuun, ik vavis tennis vup
typewritten draft j spectaculars. I wvo iliuina, rmti nocne us jvupn a nciu w iuvj nunc
tfen mm war this' Stevenson's nrincipal fund rais- Board won't ease intent rates' faced Hereford for his Colorado
corrections right to the very last ne as neaonner xor a wrw. wvOThTrTONi Th. n.,,K anlfin. nMrnn
mb...a r l.tM- when he rot dinners on Oct. 20 They'll be con .. WASfflNGTON The Rcpub golfing purposes
liver, at Han&urg, it was some-hopes for being able VfftJmMm, -rw. r ,,..h Jl. "W"!
thin nf a record own way Will ne ine uouars ior mww w w r..-w Man-9 iu carry troapi luiu oaiue.
i"k" foVward to nlane hops Democrats" rallies Oct. 1 and; The "chin" in this case is Con ers whose wives picketed Secret Bu now sudden calm has de--Jif.T,
win 7 Jin nltrlM-the collecUon of Roosevelt dimes.1 gressraan LesUe Arends of IlH tary Benson recently definitely; scended over the battlefields of
nois II ; imin tnffrther did have a crloe. th v-.tn i. ii.
x - ( vuw,.u. v a luc-oicvmn
with exGov. Oan Thornton of Col Benson s own records show that calm, however, and beneath the
orado, to head the farm division when the retail prke of potatoes surface feelings are so tense that
of the Republican National Cora Went up 26 per cent in July, the one high-ranking general nearly
mittee. I price received by farmers went fell off his chair at a recent
When they picked Arends for up n-jy 17 per cent. But when the meeting of Army brass.
this job, GOP leaders must have retail price dropped 33 per cent' The order for this pre-election
forgot to look up Arends farm m August, then the farmer got truce came direct from the White
record. For he has one of the jt te neck with a 56 per cent House via Secretary of Defense
worst in Congress. The National) tt was the middleman who Charley Wilson. There were to be
Rural Electric Cooperative Asso gamed at the farmer's expense .' no more public arguments about
ciation, which is potent with the whether the Air Force was able to
farmers, credits him with only inflation Check carry Army troops into battle; no
two "profarm; votes out of 32 more demands that the Air Force
key votes. This gives Arends a William McChesney Martin devote more of its planes for air-
boiling average on Rural Elec governor of the Federal Reserve, lifting paratroopers instead of
trlfica-on of only .060. Few mem Board nas had some quiet talks' spending its money on fighters
bers of Congress have done u, New York bankers and has' and bombers.
worse- informed the. that there isn't a ... D u
. J chance of easing money rates for1 JftJS?"? Jfm. HTLmL
. Hcre l P? 01 406 5 vot some time to come. trL.. aTi r.mnhr
ing record of the man picked to papermen at Ft. CampbeH, Ky.
rany the farm vote for Ike. Businessmen have heen "ruuu" "s ue"'" V Fl
Loans to Tenant Farmers -'squawking about the increased w.e.re, Ge" ,Mafxwe", Tr,yir'
Arends voted against -this pro discount rate charged by the Fed StL,.' Jm2E?
gram, aimed at helping tenants eral Reserve Board, which in turn Simf?. .wit m.5
to purchase their owa farms. hikes interest rates all over the en, Wd.WIma"'HT,in
Rural Telephones Arends op nation. Some of EisenhowerMA'8"' .l1 r.
posed them when the program I most potent Cabinet members inIPaul Adams, 18th Airborne Corps
was passed by Congress, in 1949.1 eluding) Secretary of the Treasury, C0Mm. ,r:.. ... ,
Paradox iraiiv this New ivaiuh 1 u.T?Et: I .?ZJJ Their civihan chief was asked
7 - IIUIII Will CJ J net V C pi Utr.lirjVI V ikui
legislation to lend money to farml0U8iyHte& this. For it tends to,bL!?meil W n 1.1a
an (nr t.,ior.hno M.urai ud.:. .,. J i Lj .i.. about the D anes allotted bv the
.v..-h"." noia ousincss jusi ociore cn-c .: . T -.i
lions. However, the Fe-deral Re- ,r "ree TaT?,3
serve Board haant budged. jthw jj
This tough position has sur- ply an airlift for one division to
prised some fiscal observers, be-'go into combat "the minute the
cause Martin, who used to serve balloon goes up," said the secre-
Jl BaannnnmL IH wF
ROUND AND ROUND He goes, and why he does, nobody
knows. "Char," a cocker spaniel, recently started running a
defined course in his back yard in Crown Point, Ind. Owner
Robert L. Mager, rear, can't figure it out. The dog boat out
a "figure eight," which just happens to coincide with bis age age-eight
eight age-eight years.
Destination : 16- sketched above i th type of mter-
urban bus which may cruise tho amttssvs highway, by )9M, at
envisioned by bus company executives. Gas turbine-powered,
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wui nuK innvi Jaiaau new, Hum nw, Java- i. TI. V UiT iTZZZ -i
was endorsed by President Eisen
lower in -Peoria. If reelected, Ik
promised "to strengthen such
long established, indispensable
programs as rural electrification
and rural telephone service."
failed and the legislation re count rate
mained on the books. As a re-i
suit, Benson probably didn't need. Martin's argument is that if the
in the Treasury, was once con-'tary of the Army within a few
Conservation Payments In sidered something of a cat's-paw hours after a war starts.
1947 Arends voted to kiH this for Humphrey. He was supposed I If Brucker had looked around
forerunner of the soil bank now to nurse ambitions to head the him as he talked, he would have
being bally hooed by Secretary i Treasury himself some day. How-.seen Gen. Wyman sitting in stony
Benson. The COP attempt to scut-! ever, Martin has been anything silence, a grim, angry look on
tie conservation payments in 1947 but a cat's-paw regarding the dis-'hls usual poker face. He would
nave seen uen. nuains get bu an angry
gry angry that be turned his head
sharply and almost fell off his
Brucker did ask Gen. Taylor
what he thought. Taylor hem.ed
For he knew, as did the others,
that the Air Force had only 1,0000
C-1119 cargo planes and that they
are scattered all over the worM.
He also knew that it takes 600 of
these cargo planes to fly only one
division into battle and that it
would be absolutely impossible
for the Air Force to assemble
enough cargo planes in time of
Gen. Taylor also knew that
what his chief had said was in
complete contradiction of official
statements made before Congress,
But he also knew that Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Brucker was under orders to
discount rate to lowered there
might be runaway inflation in the
serous, he main tans. The pres
ent high price of food is one re
sun oi current miiaiion.
Note Martin is the brother in
law of British Ambassador Sir
any new legislation to make soil
ScboolLunch Program In
the 90th Congress, Arends op
nosed increasing schoolninch
funds from $45 to $75 n lllidn. The
schoollunch program helps farm
ers by using up surplus farm
Market Development In 1951,' Roger Makins, one of the most
Arends was opposed to lending popular envoys in wasmngton.
federal funds to cities for the Makins to now returning to Lon Lon-modernization
modernization Lon-modernization of foodmarketinf don to take over England's diffi
facilities. Icult fiscal affairs, also suffering
from inflation and depeleted re
Yet Arends is now cocbairman serve. Thto pots two brothers
of the GOP farm campaign which'
favors "full parity in the mar
hot place" and is doing his beat
to woo the farm vote.
Note ExGov. Dan Thornton
in-law on opposite sides of the At
lantte, both taking a land in the
fiscal problems ef the two chief
Knghsn speaking countries. They
married the Davis sisters, daugb-
Davis- former, keep quiet untif after Nov. 1.
Premier Sunday Cross-Word Puzzle
Trior to take off in a th Air Rescue Squadron SA-18 Am Am-nhibian,
nhibian, Am-nhibian, from Albrook Air Force Base, Canal lone, Captain
Antoinette M. Kelso Flight Nnrse, pauses for a cup of eoffee
altile discussing the coming rescue flight with the aircraft
commander. Captain Carlos L. Fox.
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By coordinating the available
rescue facilities, the missions
were prosecuted with definite
plan and minimum of duplica duplication
tion duplication of efforts.
I; Is impossible to place an ac accurate
curate accurate number on the lives
saved by Air Rescue activities in
this area. The miscellaneous
missions nerformed Such as
flood relief, hurricane relief, or
and Lt. Colonel
John J. Dean,
Commander of the lat Air Res-
cue Group said, "The period be-1
tween Oct. 1 the stand down of I
operations and Dec. 8 the final j
inactlvation oate win see most
of the personnel and aircraft
transferred to various Air Force
units within the United states.
The two SH-19 Helicopters and
crews have been transferred to
Albrook Air Force Base. Colonel
Edwin M. Ramage, former Com
Jtr. nnrot lllll mprl- mtilirlrr nf the 1st Air RPSCUe
leal teams into an epidemic a- Group is now Base commander
tea can not be calculated as to of Albrook.
the number of lives saved.
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(apt. William K Peel, 26th Air Rescae Squadron, completed
the rescue of two survivors of a U.S. Army 1,-19 from Ft.
Kobbe, Canal Zone, by hoisting them into the H 19 from a
sand bank on the Rio San Juan, approximately fifty (50) miles
North of Buenaventura, Colombia. The aircraft disappeared
on a flight from Buenaventura to Condoto, Colombia. Marginal
weather hampered the search operation during the first three
days. Meanwhile the survivors had made their way to me
mining town of Cajon, Colombia, and had arranged for trans transportation
portation transportation down river to Buenaventura by means of the motor
launch seen anchored to the bank of the river in the aojve
photograph. An IAG8 L-19 located the survivors in the motor
launch, after which the H-19 helicopter from this squadron
completed the rescue.
For The Best In Fotos & Features
. It's The Sunday American
SUNDAY-.-OGTOBER J? 4966
Review Of The Week
THE BROOKLYN DODGERS were ahead two game
to one over the New York Yankees In the 195? edi edition
tion edition of the World Series today after having taken the
first two games played at Ebetts Field Wednesday and
Friday, 6 to 3 and 13 to 8.
The Yankees got their first taste of victory when
they whipped their rivals from Brooklyn yesterday
by the score of 5 to 3.
A former middleweight champion says he will hang
Up his gloves.
Carl "Bobo" Olson, who was knocked out in his
last three fights said that he Is quitting the ring.
Olson had been scheduled to fight Sammy Walker
Thursday at Portland, Oregon.
But manager Sid Flaherty said that he and Olson
had decided upon quitting after Olson failed to per perform
form perform well in workouts this week.
Olson, king of the mlddleweights for two years, at attempted
tempted attempted to add the light heavyweight crown to his
collection last year. He was knocked out by champion
Archie Moore. After recovering from that one, Olson
put his title on the line against Ray Robinson in Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. Robinson knocked him out and Bobo got a re return
turn return match against Robinson again in Los Angeles
last summer. He was knocked out again by Sugar Ray.
Flaherty said, "I thought Olson would be able to
come back after a complete rest. But It Is obvious after
his workouts that his timing is gone".
The National- Football League is going "scientific"
The Cleveland Browns have developed a short-wave
radio to sail plays for their quarterbacks. The Chica Chicago
go Chicago Cardinals used what they call a "high gain hear hearing
ing hearing aid," operating from a wire encircling the field,
to call some of their offensive and defensive moves.
Cleveland also hopes to Install a radio In the helmet
of its defensive captain.
The League has another project which promises to
make things tougher for each club this year The teams
are trading game films with their rivals. The pro teams
have been using films for many years to study their
own errors. Now they will be able to study the moves
and plays of their rivals more than even a scout could
do. But this plan doesn't figure to put scouts out of
jobs Scouts should become even more valuable. They
now can concentrate on studying individual manner manner-Isms,
Isms, manner-Isms, movements and stances of players.
The Oreentree Stable's "Riley" fought off "Third
Brother's" determined bid in the stretch to win the
$27,000 Lawrence Realization Stakes at Belmont Park.
Riley took the lead at the mile pole in the mile and
five-eighth race and led the rest of the way. Third
Brother steadily picked up yardage on Riley and fin finished
ished finished one and one-quarter lengths back of the win winner.
ner. winner. "Oh Johnny." the favorite, finished third.
The winner paid $11JW. . five-20. . and two-70 for
hie fifth win of the year it 14 trips to the post.
In other turf news, "Varsity" won the featured "Con "Concord
cord "Concord Purse by a head at Suffolk Downs. "Pavoton,"
who held a five-length lead halfway through the six
furlong sprint, lust managed to save the place, finish finishing
ing finishing one-half a length ahead of "Super Bug."
The chancellor of the International Olympic Com Committee
mittee Committee says Argentina definitely will be permitted to
play in the 1966 Olympic Games.
Otto Mayer said it had been "definitely settled" that
competitors from Argentina will be allowed to take
part in the Games at Melbourne. Australia.
The committee had withdrew recognition of the Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine Olympic Committee in August on grounds it
was dominated by the government of the country.
The holder of the mile record Is confident he will
be ready to compete in the five-thousand meter run
during Australia's Olympic track trials October 13.
John Landy worked out Thursday and said, "This
was the first time I felt I could run like a normal
man." Landy had been bothered with a sore heel.
Two Pacific Coast coaches have come up with sev several
eral several factors which they say explain the Big Ten's
Chuck Taylor whose Stanford Indians lost to
Michigan and Pappy Waldorf, who saw Illinois beat
his California team, offered these explanations.
They said that, for one thing, Big Ten players are
older. Taylor said the Michigan State roster averages
two and one-half years older than, his boys. He said
the Big Ten has the five-year rule and doesn't count
J-V games against eligibility.
Then according to Taylor and Waldorf Mid Midwestern
western Midwestern high schools usually have full-time athletic
departments and good coaches, while Paelfic Coast
high school boys may have an English teacher dou doubling
bling doubling as football coach.
Also, the Far West coaches said, the Big Ten ieams
have greater depth.
Officials of the Chicago White Sox are investigat investigating
ing investigating the possibility of arson in that $100,000 fire Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. The fire futed ih the press box at Comiskey Field
Home of the White Sox while the Chicago Car Cardinal
dinal Cardinal football team was working out. Deputy fire mar marshal
shal marshal Frank Thielman ordered the investigation after
noticing "several kids" watching the football team
EraS-Uc; d Slt-the whlte Sox Publicity man, said
he doubted whether the press box could be re-built in
New York GlanteS game betwecn Cardinl and
Also in baseball Kansas City signed two y o u n g
catchers Pete Codella of Nutley, New Jersey and
McQu,a,rle of Worthington, Ohio. The 17-yIar-old
Codella will report to Pocatello. Idaho, in the Pioneer
League. McQuarle. who is 19, will pratice with Crowley
Louisiana, of the Evangeline League.
The St. Louis Cardinals have given the Toronto
Maple Leafs thett pleytrs luu uWi8uth, the
SUNDAY,' OCTOBER 7, 1956
THE PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION overshadow overshadowed
ed overshadowed all other events this week. The genial second-in-line
of the four Ernesto de la Guardias was elevat elevated
ed elevated to the higest government post in Panama.
President Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr., in his inau inaugural
gural inaugural speech took note of the fact that he comes into
office at a crucial time.
Panama is at the end of an era, he said, calling on
the country to face realities.
Businessman De la Guardla's speech was gen generally
erally generally well received. Taking note of some of the
chief problems facing Panama, he emphasised
that government administration was costing far
toe much and should he curtailed.
The President noted that in the last 10 years the
national deficit had been growing at the rate of a a-bout
bout a-bout $4,500,000 a year even in those years when
Panama's income exceeded her Budget estimate.
Like any man elected President in a Democracy
after political competition, Mr. De la Guardia has op opposition
position opposition elements and detractors to contend with. Also
like any other president he has schisms within
bis own party. This Is the natural lot of- Chief Execu Executives.
tives. Executives. But the big hope Is that these opposition elements
will let Mr. De la Guardia function at President; that
the conflicts of interest which have upset many other
administrations in the past will have enough restraint
to let a good man function in the job for which he
Like other western hemisphere republics, Panama
faces a dangerous threat from the other aide of the
world. In common with other members of the Organ Organization
ization Organization of American States, she has definite commit commitments
ments commitments to the other members. She has also, through
commitments of the 1930 treaty, special responsibili responsibilities
ties responsibilities for the defense of the Panama Canal.
People of good will all ever the hemisphere be believe
lieve believe President De la Guardia has a keen sense
f responsibility In these matters. They hope he
will be allowed to exercise it in behalf of Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, of the Western Hemisphere and of other na nations
tions nations of the free world.
In his inaugural address, and again in a television
appearance for people of the Canal Zone and the
United States, the President took note of the diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic tensions which have arisen over treaties and
the Suez crisis.
He said that he considered the issues between the
two countries far from Insoluble, an opinion in which
most Americans seem lncluned to join heartily.
By midweek the members of 45 special delegations
accredited for the inauguration had scattered to their
homelands. Isthmians hoped for a breather between
big events and alarums.
Last Sunday, an unusual military guard was
formed at Albrook AFB to pay final honors to
the remains of Nicaraguan President Anastasio
Somoxa. Nicaraguan cadets, Panama National
Guardsmen, and United States airman, sailors,
soldier and marines took part in the farewell
On his last day in office. President Ricardo Arias
was among the officials who attended. At the end of
the ceremony, the assassinated President's body was
flown to his homeland in an Air Force C-54. There,
after further honors, It was buried on Tuesday.
What started as perhaps an irresponsible, drinking
escapade but ended in a brutal beating and robbery of
a taxi-driver was resolved in U.S. District Court. An An-con.
con. An-con. Three young Ft. Clayton Soldiers and their Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian friend were sent to Gamboa penitentiary for
various terms. All had pleaded guilty. Two soldiers got
four years, one. three years, and the Panamanian, who
had come into the plot late and had not participated
in the beating, got six months.
The Panama Canal announced that construc construction,
tion, construction, maintenance and replacement work for the
coming fiscal year will total over $12,000,000. Some
of the work under these authorisations will come
in around Jan. 1 when the reduction of force be because
cause because of the curtailment of commissary privileges
and other treaty commitments becomes effec effective.
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International League's top pitcher in 1956 with a 24 24-12
12 24-12 won-lost record.
The 1950 pennant winning Leafs will receive third
baseman Stan Jok. pitcher Jim Pearce and a player
to be named later for Lovenguth.
Jok. former International Leaguer, hit .289 with
Omaha of the American Association this year.
Yesterday, the Leafs eave the Cards pitcher Frank
Barnes for lefthander Ross Grlmsley and two undis undisclosed
closed undisclosed players.
Pitcher Sal Maglle received a message of congratu congratulations
lations congratulations from President Eisenhower.
When Mr. Elsenhower turned to say goodbye Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday to his host. Dodger president Walter O'Malley, at
the close of the opening World Series Game between
the Dodeers -and the Yankees he said:
"I wish you would tell Sal that I thought he pitch pitched
ed pitched one heck of a ball game."
O'Malley. hospitalized Thursdav night when h fell
down a flight of steps at the Dodger World Series
headquarters, relayed the chief executive's message
Orie weary bleary Dodger celebrant was struggling
to get through the afternoon in a Third Avenue tavern
in New York. No one had bothered to tell him that
Thursday's game with the Yankees had been postpon postponed
ed postponed because of rainy weather.
There was "shoot 'em up" Western on the saloon
television set. The six-guns were banging away with
"Hooray, the Dodgers are off and blasting again,"
Suaday Awcrkin Suppleroeat
MANAGUA, Nicaragua Nicaraguan authorities arc
looking lor the man suspected of -smuggling in the
American-made pistol with which President Anasta Anastasio
sio Anastasio Somoza was killed. The Nicaraguan National
Guard posted a "dead or alive" seven-thousand dollar
reward for the suspect Edwin Rodriguez, the son
of a dead Nicaraguan army general. The new Presi President
dent President of the country the former President's elder
son said no foreigners arc suspected in the assas assassination
sination assassination plot as yet. But he added he thinks there are
some links with Communists.
Buenos Aires A United Press sampling of Argen Argentine
tine Argentine opinion has indicated that the less talk there is
about old Argentine-United States relations, the bet better
ter better it will be for future relations. Argentine official
sources have clammed up since the election campaign
squabble about whether the Republicans or the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats arc to blame for the poor relations under the
Peron dictatorship. Newspapers and private speakers
sharply criticized the entire dispute. and said the
statements on the relationship showed a lack of un understanding
derstanding understanding of the fact that Argentines resent the
idea that outsiders can influence their Internal af affairs.
Washington The Atomic Energy Commissioners
will talk over with Puerto Rican leaders tomorrow some
preliminary plans for setting up an Inter-American
nuclear training center in the Commonwealth. Last
month. President Milton Eeisenhower of Johns Hod Hod-kins
kins Hod-kins University proposed making Puerto Rico the site
for training Latin American technicians in the nu nuclear
clear nuclear arts. And the head of the University of Puerto
Rico recently announced that the school will start
building nuclear research laboratories this year.
Buenos Aires -The association of power producers
and distributors has offered to finance a 450-milllon
dollar power expansion program in Argentina. The
protect would be designed to meet the country's pre present
sent present and future needs. But the association provided
that there must be adequate repayment for the 61
plants which were seized between 1944 and 1952.
San Juan Governor Luis Mufioz Marin says Fuerto
Rico may set up its own merchant marine... as a
way out of the shortage of shipping between the Is Island
land Island and the United States. The governor said the
government will take all steps necessary to get Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rico's sugar crop to the mainland.
Geneva- The sucar council meeting In Geneva has
decided to reduce the export quotas of six countries
including Cuba and the Dominican Republic. The
quotas will be decreased by two percent of their basic
Officials say bullets cut down five Israeli civilians
today near the Jordan border. United Nations Investi Investigators
gators Investigators went to the scene immediately after hearing of
the killings. Tension in Jerusalem mounted as the new
Incident was made known... on the heels of yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's shooting at a train near the Jordan border.
Egyptian has cut off the money that British ship shipping
ping shipping agents used to pay for the British ships going
through the Suez Canal. The a&ents Dald for moor mooring
ing mooring and harbor fees for each British ship in local cur currency.
rency. currency. . and Egypt cut off that local currency, leav leaving
ing leaving the agents in a financial crisis. The action re retaliating
taliating retaliating for England's bloc on Eevptian funds
could completely tie up British shipping in the Canal.
Marshal Tito has returned to Belgrade after a mys mysterious
terious mysterious conference with Kremlin leaders in Russia.
Communist Party delegations from both Western
Europe and satellite nations are eagerly awaiting
guidance from him on what they believe will be a
new partv line. j
All kinds of reports sprang up throughout Yugosla Yugoslavia
via Yugoslavia in the wake of Tito's sudden and dramatic jaunt
to the Crimea ... but very few real facts came to light.
The only things known for sure are that Stalinist
groups Inside the Soviet Union are acting up despite
the new anti-Stalin line... and that there are poli political
tical political differences between Yugoslav and Russian party
Some observers say Kremlin Boss Khrushchev is Ii
irouoie with his Kremlin comrades over his drive
oowngrade Stalin... and persuaded Tito to come
nussia to neip him out
The nations which will run the Suez Canal Users
Association were chosen in London.
The third Suez Conference In the British capital
picked the Big Three and three other countries to
head this group. The meeting left a seventh director directorship
ship directorship open in case other lands join the organisation.
The three smaller nations selected mere Italy, Norway
Secretary of State Dulles arrived In New York to at attend
tend attend the opening session of the UN Security Council
debate on Suez. He will seek in a fast conference with
the British and France foreign ministers to patch up
allied differences on 'the issue before the meeting
And in-Cairo, an Egyptian Canal official today ac accused
cused accused the captain of a British tanker of stopping his
engines in the Canal to "disrupt navigation.
The Navy Secretary has overturned a court-martial
conviction against Marine sergeant Matthew McKeon
Secretary Charles Thomas ruled that McKeon can
stay in the Marine Corps. The sergeant's court-martial
sentenced htm- to a bad conduct discharge when
it convicted him of negligent homicide for leading a
night march on which six recruits died last April 8th
Although Thomas said McKeon can remain in the
Marines. . he ordered the sergeant broken to private
so he can't exercise command authority over troops
. The Navy Secretary also reduced McKeon s sentence4'
from nine to three months at hard labor. McKeon
has served all but about four weeks of the .reduced-sentence.
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AWAITING PATIENT An SA-16 of the 26th Air Rescue Squadron is shown here awaiting the
transfer of a patient from the vessel in the foreground. Transfers such as this always presented
problems in handling patients so as not to further complicate their condition in lowering them
from the vessel to a small boat an then to the aircraft.