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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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'let Of people know the truth and the country it safe" Abraham Lincoln.
RepublicarisujOn Defensive

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Uth YEAR -: rANAMA, R.. 1 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 195S
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. WASHINGTON, Oct.; 18 (UPI)-i-Uhit J States political campaigns ars marked by
decttivs tendencies within the Republican and Democratic parties which will make
the Nav; 4 election! a prel&de tea more de cisive struggle in the 1960 Presidential e-
lection '- ;-r "":"' ?. v ; -,. -s '. .1';- : ,
The majority, of Impartial experts inte rpret current trends as indicating that the
Republican Party is: on the defensive in elections for Congress, state and municipal
offices. mh' a vvf;r
A large parr of the general public see ms to lack a deep conviction concerning
the relative merits of the two parties, due to; the inability of leaders to precipitate
Simple and firm basic issues of debate. r : r;: ?
Historically; tho difficulties result from "the fact, that the major parties do, not not-clearlv
clearlv not-clearlv divide on the principle of uonserva tism versus liberalism. ;

At present, neither Jiarty can
produce a deep public conviction
that its" indicated course can
check inflation, assure perma permanent
nent permanent pace, balance, the budget,
or solve the .troublesome sec sectional
tional sectional differences on the racial
integration issue.
The after-result of the elec election,
tion, election, regardless, of immediate re returns,
turns, returns, will therefore be a per persistent
sistent persistent demand within both the
parties lor new -leaders and
firmer declarations of, basic doc doctrines.
trines. doctrines. .-
Middle-of-the-road attitudes
of both parties have left many
people somewhat eoniusea.
The division within the Re Republican
publican Republican Party results basical basically
ly basically from the disappointment of.
conservative elements over the
prospect ef a budget session of
at least 110,000,000,000 m tne
next fiscal year, a situation
which has Inflationary impli implications.
cations. implications. "!
President Eisenhower tried in
recent years: to narmonlze Re Republican
publican Republican elements by projecting
the concept 01 "AAoaern..K,epun-
Henna" ' :'-... tN "1-. j -i '-,X-'Ku
. He mieht have succeeded, but
the nnUmelv advent Of 'th
Space Age : precipitated public?
- demand for security expendj
tures which prevented v budget;
retrenchment, ',.:t4'V''vv':'
Perhaps for reasons ef
health, or due to internal par-;
ty resistancei lhe President;
' did liotmake" :-eVldtiA$ti4
termlned fight necessary f or a;
telnet r-'l;
Eventjr forced Vice-president
Richard Nixon, to undertake in
the present campaign the hard
role of a party trouble-shooter,
rather than the exponent of -m,
new political doctrine as a pos--:
slble Presidential r jxominee jin
1960. ;Cr-.;;:t":;fS::
On the tacial integration Is-:
sue, the supreme Court decision
and subsequent, procedures are;
not likely to cause any large in increase
crease increase in Republican P a r t y
strength In the November elecJ
tion. The 'Southern states will
not change their anti-Integration
views.
The border states between
North and South, and millions
of people to the North including
many .Republicans, fear an ag aggravation
gravation aggravation of sectional differenc differences.
es. differences. : ; '. i, -' v
Sooner or later, the Supreme
Court, the Congress, or the ex executive
ecutive executive branch of the govern government
ment government must make an effort to
establish more workable- and
amicable procedures In the ra racial
cial racial problem.;
The basic reason for division
within the Democratic Party is
Issued To Dulles
By Chiang Kai-shek
TAIPEI. Oct 18 (UPIV- Autho:
ritative Chinese sources said to today
day today President Chiang Kai shek
Ihvited Secretary of State John
'Foster Dulles to Formosa in hopes
of getting Uv pledge to de defend
fend defend NationaL'st aCbina's outpost
Islands against Communist attack.
Informed sOurcesdoubted, how however,
ever, however, that the 'United States woutf
aaree to such a pledge, wlch would
almost certainly be denounced as
a "provocative challenge"; to the
Communist Chinese. U
Chiani? asked 5 Dulled to come
here for talks as provided -in the
V. S, Chinese Defense Treaty of
1955, which obligates the Unite Unite-SHt.d
SHt.d Unite-SHt.d to defend FORMOSA ; AND
THE NEARBY Pescadores islands
but not the outlying Quemof and
Matsu Island -groups. ?-mw-
Congress has authorized Presi President
dent President Eisenhower to include the
outpost island in the tJ.S.-dafender
area if he feels that an attack or
them would threaten the Natid
lialist "home : islands. but the
President never, has formally done
so. '.--.W:Uv-:rr;
' The U.S. Embassy announced to-
,day that Dulles will arrive at 7
a.m. Tuesday from' Rome,' where
he is representing President Ei-
- senhower at the funeral of ; Pope
Pitu XII.' Undersecretary of Staft
Walter Robertson and Chinese-. am
ba sa dor to Washln sttm" S George
Yeh areexpected here tomorrow I
night.

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known to everyone.
Many of the Northern Demo
cratic. leaders will press the "in "integration"
tegration" "integration" issue. The moderate
Democarts, ambitious for 1960
Presidential- nomination, must
therefore find "a way of life''
with the Southern Democrats.
There are many historical ex
amples-' that extreme political
disaffection in the South leads
to "third'party'' movements un
dermining the national strength
of the Democratic Party.
Only a small letter "o' represent
ed the wide divergence of opinions
expressed by two of the nation's
ton political X campaigners this
week. :
President Eisenhower is promoi
ing a "give" 'em hello" plan in his
cross country -tour to win friends
MeA!f$sls Made
!n Temple Bombing
Case n Aiiiila
ATLANTA, Oct: 18 (UPI) -At
lanta police said today that a
new arrest la; tteir investigation
of last Sunday's Jewish temple
bombing had brought them "one
steo -closer to a solution" of the
L-Richard .Boiling, ',1 25. whose
brother was one of the first picK picK-edtup
edtup picK-edtup tn thease! and was one ;f
five indicted or the dynamiting,
was- arrested while he was "driv "driv-inf
inf "driv-inf n a eitV street. He did ;,inot
resist i although Wice had been
informea he. was trying to get out
ot. towni He was; turned over to
the FBI for questioning.
. '.The1 'ctahd iurtf ?that returned
tedictmehtse'stferay; that could
send 1 convicted V men i to the elec electric
tric electric hair, began getting: anonymous
threatening, and nuisance telephone
Calls' last night., '; ;
Assista'ht jury -foreman Robert
C. Van Camn reported he receiv
ed a call threatening to "kill all
of you who indicted those innocent
men." C:
Van Camp' said the caller' warn
ed that he tand his family had sev
en minutes to leave their home
bef6re.it was blown up. He call called
ed called police and six squad cars roar roared
ed roared no to n's residence to protect
it through the night.
Jury foreman J. Ben Moore al also'
so' also' reported an anonymous call
but said the callef merely told
him it appeared Mayor William
B. Hartsfield could "get -anything
he wants" out of the grand .Jury
and that "we (the grand Jury) are
going td pay for it.".
Ike Names Group
To Design New
49-Star
iB';-
WASHINGTON fUPIV-Pr!iidnt
Eisenhower has named a top-level
committee to desicrn a tiw Amir.
ican flag With a 49th aiar for
Alaska.
The President aondinted Sfrre.
tary of State John Foster Dull
Defehse Secretary Neil H. McEl-
roy. Treasury secretary Robert B.
Anderson and David E. Finley,
chairman of the Commission on
Fine Arts-, to the committee.
v congress authorized Alaska's
Statehood in its last session. Alas
kans then voted overwhelmingly.
ior aamusion 3 rne union in a
referendum. Eisenhower was ex
pected to' issue a proclamation
officially making Alaska the 49th
state oerore the end of the yea'
Jiy law the new flag with its 49
stars must be unfurled next Julv
1, Independenbe Day.; But Con Congress
gress Congress did not spell out by legisla legislation
tion legislation he hew design or!dimensions
of the modified flag. ;. ;
PdnfVf'i- losf
ROME, Oct. i (UPi) L Prof.
Riccardo Galeazzi-Lisl. for many
wears doctor to the late Pope
Pius XIL was ; strongly denounc
ed by the. Rome Medical Associa Association,
tion, Association, today for selling .intimate and
detailed articles '.describing 'the
last hours of theontiff a -- :
The Association, announced it
would meet soon to decide what
fnr-ni action should be, taken a
ealnst him..' A snokesman sa d
penalties if 'Imposed, could range
from formal censure to expulsion

elections

for Republican candidates who
face stiff oppostion- from the De
mocrats at the polls next month.
In a news conference In Wash Wash-ington,
ington, Wash-ington, former "Pretiderit Harry
Truman, in hit typical .. "jiv
'm hell" approach, made It
clear that h feels no more kind-,
ly toward Vice- President Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon than he ever did.
In recent i campaign speeches,
Nixon has praised Truman for sup
porting administration foreign pol
Joy and for the fighting cam
paign Truman raged in 1948.
This was a departure, because in
past campaigns Nixon has spoken
harshly of the former president.
Asked bow he liked being prais praised
ed praised by Nixon, Truman replied that
any praise from the vice pres
ident must have been through
inadvertence.
"I see by the Republican press
that he s. reformed, Truman add
ed. "I don't believe he has.. He
called me a traitor and that's a-
bout as far as you can go.
When he. slanders a man, that's 1
compliment to him."
A for. th IMS pretdential
campaign Truman said Nixon
"": my candidate on Hvt Repub Republican
lican Republican ticket. I think he would
be the easiest to baat."
Eisenhower's campaign tech
niques yesterday in Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, Salina, Kan., and here m
Abilene were highly pro-Republi
can but softly. anti-Democratic. His
V nve-em-helio" plan ot poiinciai
operation afracted Urge; friendly
crowdsand ever-attendant groups
of Republican Candidates anxious
to oe seen ana pnotograpnea wun
the smiling" president.,
He planned the same approach
in Denver today. Ostenrbly, he
was visi'tng tne mlle-nigh Colora
do city was so that he and Mrs.
Eisenhower could have a week
end v'sff with her kllibg mother,
Mrs, Euyera Doua
New Bridrte Tt) Be j
SiW Of Series
ill YMCA Tuesday :
' V
The new bridge that will spen
the Panama Canal at Balboa will
be the subject of the third pro
gram in the science and adventure
series ta ,tne Bainoa xmua-USU
next Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
When the" Panama .Canal wfas
coming into being 50 years ago,
the popular nhrase "The Land Di Divided,
vided, Divided, the World United was
coined. Few nersons paid much
attention to4he fact by complet
ing tms nuge tasx, non-seagoing
traffic was limited by the separa separation
tion separation of the two continents. This
was of minor concern at the time.
but its significance became more
apparent as Panama grew and
vehicular traffic increased.
The program win be given by a
threeman panel' of the Panama
Canal Comoany'a engineering div
ision wno naye naa, a prominent
part in preliminary studies. On
this team are Elmer Stevens,
structural engineer; robert Stew Stewart,
art, Stewart, geologist; and A. R. Nard,
civil engineer. -s
They will take color slides and
drawings for display and to help
exn'ain the project.
The program will take place at
T:30 o.m. in the YMCA-USO aud auditorium,
itorium, auditorium, and is open tothe public
free of charge.
BALBOA TIDES
.t
'
ij.,
MONDAY, OCT. M
High
9:32 a.m.
Low
S:25 a.m.
3:5? p.m.
10:19 p.m.

Hours Described Intimately To Press

from the Medical Society, of the
Province of Rome.
The Association's action was
known to have some support' in
the Vatican itself. 'One high Vatr
can source., said Galeatzi-Lisi hid
never been authorized by the- Va Vatican
tican Vatican to write the articles, .1
The Medical Society's action fol
lowed the publication of several
artxles by the Papal physician -In
Italian newspapers and weekly
magazines. v.,:..;. ;;.M..,,vfii. ,..

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WeyrauchOff
For Retirement
After 32 Years
Maj. Gen. Paul R Weyraiich,
Caribbean Command chief of
staff and his family left for the
United States yesterday follow
lng a farewell Joint Honor
Guard ceremony at Albrook Air
Force Base.
The ceremony was a tribute
to Weyrauch from the officers
and men of the- Caribbean
Command and its Army, Navy
and Air Force components in
' recognition of his service as
chief of staff, of the unified
Command and his forthcoming
.retirement from the Army aft-
! er 32 years in nnlf orm.
Opening with a 13-gun salute
fired by the 4th Gun Battalion
of the 517th Artillery, the tradi
tional military ceremony, watch
ed by more than 100 persons,
continued with a review of
trobns bv Weyrauch, Lt. Gen.
Ridgely Gaither and the com
mander of troops,. Mai. owen k
Groean. 1st Battle Group, 20th
infantrv.
This was followed by a parade
of the marching units past the
reviewing stand led by the 776th
Air Force Band. The Army
marching unit was a platoon for
the 1st Battle Group ioiiowea Dy
th Joint Color Guard carrying
the flags of the Caribbean Com Command
mand Command and the three component
services.
a Marine Corns nlatoon repre
senting the Fifteenth Naval Dis--
trlct was next m tne line 01
march followed by a flight of
airmen from carle-bean ,4ur
Command, -- L-vV''-"- -i-t-a'
in the reviewing stano wnn
Weyrauch and Gaither were
Ma. Gen. Truman H. Landon,
commander, Caribbean Air Com Command;
mand; Command; Maj. Gen. Charles L.
Dasher, commanding general,
US. Army Caribbean, ana Rear
Adm. George H. Wales, com commandant,
mandant, commandant, Fifteenth Naval Dis
trict.
A round of final farewells by
the officers and their, wives
were said to General and Mrs.
Weyrauch before they board boarded
ed boarded the airplane for the flight
to Savannah, Georgia. ... They
were accompanied to the air airplane
plane airplane by Gen. and Mrs. Gai Gaither.
ther. Gaither. Wevrauch. who served as
chief of staff of the Caribbean
Command since last May, will
go to Washington for retirement
Oct. 31.
After retirement, he and his
wife, Margaret and their son,
Paul, 16, plan to live in Savan Savannah.
nah. Savannah. Russia Demands UN
Cease Nuclear
Weapons Testing
MOSCOW, Oct. 18 UPI) Rus Russia
sia Russia demanded today that the Unit United
ed United Nations call on the big powers
to stop nuclear weaoons testing
"immediately, unconditionally and
for all time".
The demand was made In Izves Izves-tia,
tia, Izves-tia, the Soviet government organ,
which was commenting on the ces cessation
sation cessation of atomic and nuclear
weanons tests.
"The U.N. organization,, which
has been created in order to defend
the csuse of peace, cannot and
must not alow the insperers of the
nuclear arms race to continue their
Timonal playing with fire," Izves Izves-tia
tia Izves-tia said.
The newspaper charged that the
authors of fhe U.S. resolution "are
Tying to replace the immediate
and unconditional cessation of nu
'tear tests with a proposal to sto sto-'.hem
'.hem sto-'.hem temporarily during the perkf
rt. the forthcoming talks in Gen
eva '.,
"The Medical Association of
Rome and the Province of Rome"
the announcement said, "has tak taken
en taken note of the publication in a
Rome newspaper of a 'Diary'
written by. Prof. Galeazzi-Lisi. on
the course of the illness of the
Supreme Pontiff, Pius XII. a dia diary
ry diary which is said to have been sold
at a verv high price to foreign
newspapers, v
"The Association brands the ac action
tion action of Prof, Galeazzi-Lisi as con

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BEARDED ARTIST Chuck Harshburger and his blonde wife
Jean, at the Balboa,,Y yesterday Just before they set off on
heir motorcycle for; painting tour of Central America, and
;!' 1 on to California.
- i
Couple Will Tour Central America
With Cycle, Pallettes, Brushes

:A young Calif ornla art student
cfluple aet bff from the "-Canal1
Zone yesterday on, a-brush and
pallette tour through Central
America to the States.
Charles (Chuck) Harshburger,
25, and his beautiful blonde
wife, 23 -year-old Jean have al
most no luggage except a large
wicker basket) full of painting
paraphanalia. And they are rid riding
ing riding a tiny green motor cycle
which did not look as though lt
would get them much further
than Aguadulce their first stop.
But Chuck assured well-wishers
who saWthem off from the
Balboa "Y" yesterday afternoon
Marilyn's Absence
From Set Brings
Hints Of Pregnancy
HOLLYWOOD, Oct. 18 (UPD-
Blonde actress Marilyn Monroe's
second-day absence from the set
of her latest picture, coupled with
reports that she is under the care
of an obstetrician, have led to in
creased sneculation that she may
be expecting a child.
Billv Wilder, director of "Some
Like It Hot." said the torrid gla glamour
mour glamour queen had not shown up on
the set yesterday or the day be before,
fore, before, and that it was no longer
possible to "shoot around her."
But the actress, wife of play playwright
wright playwright Arthur Miller, refused to
discuss with reporters talk that
recent tests had confirmed her
pregnancy. Last Tuesday she told
United Press International that the
rumors were unfounded.
Her physician, D& Leon Krohn,
was unavailable or comment.
In August of last year Miss
Monroe underwent an operation to
save her child, but surgery prov proved
ed proved unsuccessful.
Last September she was hospi hospitalized
talized hospitalized for several days, and a
week ago she' was confined to her
Bel Air Hotel suite with' a wirua
infection.
Miller and the actress were mar
-ied in July 1956. Her role in
'Some Like It Hot" is her first
appearance before the cameras
since the wedding.
trary to the legal and ethical obli
gations of the profession.
"It has decided to refer the
case, under urgent procedure, to
the Council of the Association for
examination with a view to taking
any measures contemplated- by
the law."
The Rome morning newspaper
II Tempo and the weekly maga
zine Oggi both appeared today
with copyrighted articles on the
Pope signed .by Galeazzi-Lisi,

that the. bike would, get them all

the way ,.up to California." lt
nas only a 125 c$ capacity en engine
gine engine but it is new and it is a
British machlner-"they make
tne oest ln the world" he said.
Chuck comes from San Mateo.
Cal., and Jean also has roots-in
southern California but her
parents are now in La paz, Boll,
via.
She had been vacationing with
themjand travelled to the Canal
zone to meet Chuck and start
the motor cycle tour. They have
until february before they must
De DacK 10 cainornia to (to to
school: At present thev have not
selected the college they want
10 aiBcna.
It will probably take them un
til February to get there because
both f them want to capture
on cajpvas all the moods and
colors places and faces of each
country through which they
pass. $
Of Explosion
Victim Questioned
By FBI Bomb Expert
WICHITA, Kan., Oct. 18 (UPI)
A verdict on whether a widow
should receive a $25,000 life In Insurance
surance Insurance payment hinged today on
the outcome of an investigation
to determine whether the death of
her husband m a bomb explosion
at Wichita Airport was a suicide
or accident.
, Forrest Don McCuiston was kill
ed in the airport building yester
-day When the bomb he was car carrying
rying carrying Exploded.
He.Vifss known to have taken out
a $25,000 life insurance policy 05
himself at the airport last week
before leaving on a job-huting
trip. Authorities were attempting
to determine if he had other poli policies.
cies. policies. .The airline policy contains
clause stating the beneficiary con-,
not collect if death is due to sui suicide.
cide. suicide. Ah FBI bomb expert from Wash Washington
ington Washington was expected to examine
bits of wire and paper and a bat battery
tery battery to determine just what kind
of bomb "killed the 36-year-old Tul
Sa, Okla. aircraft design engineer
By Doctor
II Tempo's front page headline
over the article read: "Four Days
at the. Bedside of the Dying Pope
Pacelll."
Oggi'a cover promotional box
read: '; "EXCLUSIVE: Twenty
Years with Pius XII by Prof. Ga-leofzl-Usi,
the Pope's Doctor."
II Tempo carried an editor's
note which said that the "docu "document"
ment" "document" it printed had also been
sold "at tne highest price to oth other
er other great European and American
dailies.

Drive

Hits 30

' ;
Of Total Target 1
In Just One Weel;

Thirty per cent of the Panama Canal Company-Canal
Zonfe government goal in the 1958 United Fund Campaign
was reached during the first week of giving.
t ILt. Gov. John D. McElheny, chairman of the Govern Governor's
or's Governor's Council for Voluntary Giving, reported that by week's
end (voluntary workers had turned in slightly more than,
$17,000 contributed by company-government personnel
toward the $125,000 sought by the United Fund for 17
community agencies.
I Within the organization, the administration was far
out in f ont in the percentage of total personnel particip participating
ating participating in the campaign, having achieved a percentage of
65 per cent participation. 1
Following in order were Engineering & Construction,
22 per cent; Supply & Community Service, 21 per cent;
Health Bureau 18 per cent; Marine Bureau, eight per
cent) Civil Affairs Bureau, four per cent; Transportation
& Terminals, three per cent.

The; Health Bureau's total par
ticipation started jumping up upon
Ss-jmission of the Sanitation Divi Division
sion Division report which showed that Di Division
vision Division to be the first large field
division throughout the company company-government
government company-government to reach the 100 per percent
cent percent mark. The Sanitation person
nel headed' hv J. P. Smith also
reported 100 percent .last -year.-!
The Division Kevmefi are Paul J.
Brooks and George E:;Piper for,
- -.ir-17-
me nonnem area aim ma
Bailey and Allen A. Spencer for
the southern, area.
For tho snontaneous contribu
tions in the -'Sanitation Division
'here was no auestion of whether
100. per cent -participation would
be accomplished, but how soon.
The only reason that the perfect
mark was not realized on the o o-pening
pening o-pening day of the campaign, key-
Mail Rale Increase
Fails To Balance
Post Office Budget
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Post
Office Department faces the pros prospect
pect prospect of continuing to opera' e in
the red despite the recent postal
rate increases.
Officials predict deficit of
around 351 million dollars for the
1959 fiscal year ending next June
30. This is despite the new one
cent postal hikes which are due
to add 450 million dollars more a
year to the postal purse.
Postmaster General Arthur E.
Summerfield. has" not yet decided
whether to make a new pi ch to
Congress for another rate in
crease.
Aides indicate he may delay any
such a request while' waiting to
determine whether the second and
third class mail increases sched scheduled
uled scheduled to go in'o effect on a stag
eered basis fatten the kitty. The
first of these becomes effective
Jan. 1.
At the beginning of the Eisen
hower administration, Summe
field took over with the dream o
operating the department with
out a deficit. But he is tar iroir
his goal.
Postal aides blame pay in
creases of about 275 m Won ;
year and highe- charges by rail
roads for mail hauling for takinr
a big bite out of the new revenue
Officials said it was too earl'
o determine whether the fin'
class mail increases which wen
into effect Aug, 1 are bringing in
the expected revenue, they no ed
however, that there has been nr
"appreciable" change in 'he ma
volume as a result of the higher
rates. In fact, officials said, thr
mail load continues to climb 3 t-
5 per cent & year.
They point out tnat in 1866 the
mail volume was 60 n eces per
capita a year. In 1957 the per
caoita volume was 350 nieces. Bv
1980, It has been predicted the
figure w'll be 700 nieces.
Officials said initial increases
slated to become effective Jan. 1,
primarily on third class bu'k mal
and second class mall, will bring
in abou' 43 m'llinn dollars. But
even with these hikes, they said,
he department wMl continue 'o
hand'e second and third class mai'
service at a loss of about S25Q.Q00
a year.

men said, was the fact that two
employes who bve in the interior
and are on leave could not be
reached until Wednesday. Tor two
other employes who are undergo- J
ing prolonged treatment in tho
hospital, fellow Saniiation Division
personnel, made contributions in

In another instance, a SafrffxH-

Division employe made t special -tnp
from Gamboa to Ancon to
tender a cash dona'lon and to get
it in without delav.

uayer uaims Dad
iuiu mm io mil
SHELBY, N.C. (UPI) A V
year-old father of six children,
accused of killing his own father
22 vears sen claim, th .k...
asked me to" and twice gave
mm oeiauea instructions for tho
act.
The new angle in the case cam
io light Thursday when portion
Of a rnnfossinn Kv Apttm n
Booth Jr., Kines Mounta n. N.r,
were read at his arraignment in
Cleveland County recorder's
court.
Booth walked into the sheriffs
office here last week and IaM of
ficers he put arsenic in his fa

in er s conee aner tne father had
"threatened to tear my hide- off"
for stealing some money. '5
Sheriff Haywood Allen sald'ia
court, however, that Booth had
o'd him later tha his father had
asked tO.be killed and harf IaM

urn specifically how to kill him.

t-joia. saia, me latner had to'd
him to get his "short gun'Sand
hoot him in the side while he
?iept and to put the gun in th
nan's hand "to make it look like
suicide."
Booth, then 14, said Jie ''got up
early the next day" and took
'own the gun, aimed i' at his

ather "tut I couldn't pun the
rigger."
He said that when he told his
ather this, the elder Booth said
"there is an easier way" and .old
im to put "a level teaspoon of
neO.H.Ma" In fk finite. L..
ot to tell him when it had been,
lone. tt ,.. ,
,At breakfasj the following morn morn-ng,
ng, morn-ng, Booth said, he put the sped sped-ed
ed sped-ed amount of poison in he cof
ee after warning his younger
irother, Robert, not to drink i
Contract For Work
MS Army Awards;
On Jupiter Missile
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 (UPIil (UPIil-The
The (UPIil-The Army has awarded a seven
lillion dollar contract to tha
"hrysler Corp. of Detroit, for con
nued work on the 1,500 mile
range Jupiter ballistic missile.
The contract for engineering ser
vices was announced yesterday,
t extends the full-scale Jupiter
production effort ordered June S
4y the Defense Department. m
To date, no decision has been
mnounced on an eventual cho'
between the Air Force's Thor and
the Army's Jupiter intermpdi'-
range ballistic missiles. Both nutf
- in production.
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Black Magic Cake
2 cups sifted cake flour ,1 cup milk
teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla
5 sq. unsweetened chocolate Vi cup milk
Vicup butter i teaspoon baking soda
2 cups granulated sugar Vi Clip milk
2 eeg yolks unbeaten
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15 minutes remove from pans.
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2 egg whites dash of salt
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and beat at high speed eight minutes. Frosting will stand I to
peaks. Remove from heat and add one teaspoon of vanilla Add
color drops (peppermint pink or mint green) and beat smooth.
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RUNDOWN PLAYS AND REVOLUTIONS
Sir
'As a temporary resident of Panama City, it seems to me
strange that Panamanians should get worked up into such a
dither about Gringo ball games. I had always been told that
the Latin temperament did not engender much liking for team
sports and that booing the matador was about as far as tney
went in the matter of team spirit or concerted effort.
During the recent World series, it seemed that Panamanians
were getting just as excited as Zonians. The Panamanians seem
to have accepted into their national life a love of ball games.
And of course Panamanians even play baseball for Stateside
tCSLITlS
Seems to me this is something which any sensible govern government
ment government of Panama should foster. Every country or community has
an inborn love of conflict. Many countries such as the United
States or many European countries have progressed from jousts,
duels and civil wars to ball games as an outlet for ire, animosity
and competitiveness. ...... i
Maybe if Panamanians, and especially the students, were to
take even more interest in a national sport rather than just fol following
lowing following the fortunes of the Yankees and the Braves, there would
be ieef revolutions. m
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meiiicine in Louisiana one at the Ochsner Foundation at $225
pe? :onth. On page 571 there are listed" five three-year resi residencies
dencies residencies in internal medicine in Florida Mt. Sinai at Miami
BecK and Tampa general hospital pay $250 per month. On
feajge $73 there is one three-year internal medicine residency in
Mississippi at th University Hospital of Jackson at $250 per
hiontii. J
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UR with AMA" subscribe to and read the medical journal of the
organization with which he is fed up.
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By ROBERT C. RUARK
ANCHORAGE, Alaska I Just
met a gal named Amy, a lady
with a loose foot. She's a an
Francisco gal, and she has
sailed the. seven seas, but she
isn't in San Francity right now.
She's in Alaska, taking up a
homestead. I think I'd do the
same thing that Amy's doing if
I were Just a touch younger.
We won't Jump too steeply in
to homesteading here, because
there are several ramifications"
involving land-clearing, home home-siting,
siting, home-siting, and trade and manufac
ture. Trade, for instance, could
be anything from fut fanning to
timbering or manufacturing. The
main thing is that you have to
"prove" your acreage, whether it
be a 160-acre homestead, a home
site of five acres, or a headquar
ters for a trade andor manu
facturing idea.
To "prove" means to Improve,
or somebody can come along
and Jump your claim, just like
in the old gold-mining days".
The chief idea is that within
12 months you got to do some something
thing something about the land you've
filed claim for.
"To do something about" is
quoted as complying with regu regulations
lations regulations on 160' acres by clearing
one-eighth of the land, erecting
a "habitable house," and finally
maintaining residence for three
years. On a home site, you have
to build something fit to live in
within 12 months, but you dont
have to live in it all the time.
Home sites and headquarters
for possible business demand on only
ly only the habilitation of five acres.
On an 80 acre site, for any busi business
ness business ranging from cattle ranch
ing to factory, if a reasonable
"activity" is shown, the five five-acre
acre five-acre headquarters site will hold
you until you start a business.
The best way for precise, and
somewhat Involved, information
on free homesteading in our
newest state is to write to the
Chamber of Commerce in any
of the larger Alaskan towns.
Don't write me. I may be in
Africa at that time.
Our girl who is very pretty,
by the way has a certain
touch of adventure in her bones.
Otherwise, she wouldn't be
headed off on a career of even eventual
tual eventual finish as a sourdough or
would it be sourdoughess? in a
still-strange, still-wild, still-verv-rugged
land.
She Is one of a small horde of
former service people and just
plain big-vista civilians who are
looking to the 49th state as a
nlace to grow up with the coun
try.
In Amy's case, the itch to see
the world has taken her from
Ball to -Bengal, but T5hehas fi finally
nally finally succumbed to what is
known as a severe case of the
settles. She wants some land
under her feet, and is prepared
to work for it.
She talked to at least 100 peo
ple before she came to Anchor
age and started delvlne into the
homestead business. She finally
settled on a piece of land In the
Kenai Peninsula, fine land
where the cattle are big and
booming. Her land touches al almost
most almost on a working ranch which
is for sale, if she ean hard-
scrabble enough money, some
bright day Amy's homestead
might merge with another
chunk of cattle country. That's
when she'll be able to buy her
self a plane and spend the win
ters. maybe, In Acapulco in
Mexico.
But, first, Amy's got to work
like hell to prove her land, and
since she is a little short on
dough she may have to substi
tute plain muscle for dough.
Anybodv who has ever cleared
such a little thing as a lawn of
dandelions knows that clearing
land isn't easy. And building a
lLvable cabin isn't easy. Alaska
is not a land for the soft folks
as yet.
It's a rough land, this Alaska,
and is potentially full of heart'
break for the soft. I have a
hunch that Amy isn't soft no
softer than the rough-cut neo
pie who made names like Nome
and Fairbanks and Anchorage
p amorous in the dog-sled age
She is entering into an age
which may make Alaska the big biggest
gest biggest boom-and-bust niece of
real estate in the world.
In a forthcoming piece
would like to amplify what's
there and what's needed to ex
nlolt It. But you can rest on one
fact.
Whatever the future of this
new new to most of us land
it is no place for sissies. That's
why the bears grow so big, the
fish jump so high, and Russia is
still kicking itself in the pants
for selling it.
Gen. EleaafGets
New Assignment
A new assignment for Brig.
Gen. Augustus G. Elegar, former
lv on du'y with U.S. Army Carib
bean, was announced this week bv
Secretary of the Army Wilber M.
Bfcker.
Elegar, now chief of staff, I
Crnns. Korea, wil1 reoort to the
U.S. Armv Infantry Trslning Cent
e Fort Ord! Calif., in December
White serving In 'he rank of
cobne'. he wa assistant chief of
staff. G-S. for Headquarters. US
ARCARIR and later comrnsndin
officer of tne S3rd intantry Kegi
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BEST NEWS OF THE WEEK i
rPka hsat ruuii nf tha nast wftp.k
involved two events. One was the
report of 5urgeon' Bernard L. Wil Wil-let
let Wil-let of Gorgas hospital that Teofilo
Villarreal nas an excellent chance
for recovery.
The other was the story oi tne
adoDtlon of three Costa hican or
phans by S-Sgc. Robert J, Jac Jacques
ques Jacques and bis wife, Dora, of Al-
oroc i ieia.
For a time it looked as though
Guardsman Villarreal was the for
gotten man of Panama. Then
came the news of the reugious
woHHim? rpremonv at Gareas Hos
pital with Nelsa Palazon Mague,
which also involved their two
children.
The Zone police who did so
much tr save his life by trans-
nnrtinir him to Gojreas HoSDiial
and then giving blood for the
needed tramusions are now kick kick-ing
ing kick-ing into a pot to give thf Nation National
al National ftnarrismnn and his wife a
wedding present. If they will per
mit me l would nice to put m a
bit, too.
r.iiarrisman Villarreal. at least.
has. not been forgotteq in the
So far little has been said about
his courage in pursuing three
men, at least one of whom, was
armed. It might be said that he
shouldn't have followed them into
the Canal Zone. However, in the
heat of the chase he did not nave
timn to think of boundary lines
and international treaties. There
is also something to be said about
criminals using tnp Lanai one
as a refuge from the National
Guard.
Perhaps the three men chased
by Guardsman Villarreal should
not be referred to as "criminals."
According to the reports they
only left the National Institu'e to
set fire to a building on Central
venue, a building which refused
to burn. Then they took the keys
of a station wagon from the own owner
er owner by force. Next they crashed the
station wagon in'o a post and in injured
jured injured a man in the street.
Then they f ed into 'he Canal
Zone where one of them shot
Guardsman Villarreal. four times
with a .45 calibre revolver.
Villarreal is a tough as well as
a courageous man. With four bul bullet
let bullet in his body, one of which cut
his heart, he was sgill trying to
fire the last shot in his revolver
when Zone "police came to his
rescue.
Guardsman Villarreal seems to
be almost indestrnctible, and with with-out
out with-out his strong will to live and the
timely and expert medical at' en en-tion
tion en-tion he received at Gorgas hospi hospital
tal hospital he would not be alive today.
His first break was a pencil
flash light in a breast pocket thit
riefW ed the bullet that might
have killed him instantly.
The attention he gotat Gor?as
Hospital by Dr. Bernard L. Wil Wil-lett,
lett, Wil-lett, acting chief surgeon, and
the doctors and nurses who as assisted
sisted assisted him, was anoher good
break. To a layman the operation
on his heart is almos incredible
and the skill of the surgeons most
astonishing.
Willett, according to the reports,
s opped the hole made in the
Guardsman's heart by the defect defected
ed defected bullet, with hi? fingers, until
the assisting surgeons put ,in
stitches, and then Wil'et removed
his fingers and quickly closed the
res of the hole.
That was the most dangerous
wound Villanreal received, but
nm nf the others might have
ki'led a less sturdy man.
Without detracting one iota irom
the skill and exper ness of Wilett
and ih surflon(r who'heloed lum,
I'm sure fiat no Httle credit
should go to the 'nursing Villa Villarreal
rreal Villarreal has received since he enter entered
ed entered Gorgas Hospital. Stoce It was
Nurses' Week In the Canal Zone
there is all Ihe more reason for
commending and .. complimenting
ihe many excellent and hard

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working nurses in the Health De Department
partment Department of the Canal.
The. local press says that (Villa (Villarreal
rreal (Villarreal was the only casualty in the
recent attempt ot the Teenage sw
uems anu some o.der collabora collaborators
tors collaborators to improve the educational
system of .Panama
Some people are suprised .that
no dead boaies of students were
found amongst the wrecked furni furniture.
ture. furniture. They, of course, had in mind
the students who swore that they
would die in the Institute rather
than leave before their demands
had been met.
Since I am a pushover for all
children it is hard for me to write
about the wonderful kindness of
Sergeant and Mr. Jacques.
irst they are; lucky to be the
kind of people they are. The world
could use many more like then.
The three little orphans are also
lucky and "from their photograph
they are lovely children. Also
Sa-geant and Mrs. Jacques are
easy to look a', if should be a
handsome and happy family.
PROGRESS
Thomas Fitzgerald, 28-year-old
steam fitter, was arrested recen.
ly for landing a single engine
Cessna plane amidst automobile
traffic at Amsterdam Avenue and
187th Street, New York City.
It was a perfect landing and
Fitzgerald taxied the plane up to
the curb and parked it. But the
hard-boiled ool ce not only did not
apprecia e the skill of the pilot,

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but also found that two years
previous tie nad landed a plane
at a tavern on a street lined witn
succory apar.ment houses.
They have charged him with
recKie.s uyng,-tlymg w.thout a
license, grand larceny, flying while
intoxicated and landing witnin ci-
lyl limits under other than an e-
mergency.
The first time Fitzgerald was
arrested he hau wiia he consider
ed a valid excuse. He needed a
drink. This time Fitz said he had
been drinking in a bar in Jersey
wnen a tei c-w armiter doubted
that he had landed a plane in the
street before a tavern.
In order to settle the argument
Fitzgerald took his friend to Te Te-terboro
terboro Te-terboro Airport took a plane with without
out without permission and landed it neat neatly
ly neatly t!87thtFeetw and Amster Amster-dam
dam Amster-dam ;Ayer)uer.He -;won "the airgu airgu-meiuVwithrftis
meiuVwithrftis airgu-meiuVwithrftis drinking friend,' but
not with th6 police.
NO PARKING V
The owner of a parking lot in
S. Louis has announced that he
will not park 1959 Cadillacs. He
says they are top long and 'oo
wide and have ornaments too like likely
ly likely to be damaged. He adds that
the ban will bt applied to other
cars of Cadillac dimensions.
Just thought you would like to
know his in case you p'an to vis visit
it visit St. Louis in your 1959 Caddy.
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POOR filORRFDiwr: crvi

intf buying this paper, didn't you. I'm gping fight thaad
now to continue the treatment You have taken It for to
long now you mutt be about insensitive to pain,
Thought you were through with stories about IHn
ama e jtudents didn't you?.vWrohg tgajrv :dope:iWht
you can count on in this space is coverage in deDth..rirht

down to the bottom of the column, which If pretty deep
measured from, north-to outh, ,,t .v
Other wriveners have kept pedestrian track for, you
of when and how the striking students left Panama's Na National
tional National institute, and whether they demanded that the Presr
idant nnH hi raking UahU i.t i.:

, afniBt iivHiu rviiwci iong xrr pairi ge
parture in penrtentialUackclothi lThe safe Qrub Street
hacks have kept you posted on how Ion? the students wera

going to let Eisenhower pe,rservere;wth thit; questionable

As for Canajopp superintendent of. schools igurd
E. Esser, it's just a matter of time 6ef ore Gov. William E.
Potter get the word from Ihe boyf .lr i the Jnstitute as to
what to4do- witj him, Vet; eif, unlest Essergett himself
down there with his slingshot to take a couple f of poti
shots at the National Guard HeadquartesV Carta! Zone his history
tory history students a couple of centuries hence will find; thir
studies of William the CoJiOueror ahd Richard th Llonhaart

rewritten wjth a walk on part

in a sensational i break on the, tiKlini-hoi student
newsfront, it now becomes pleasure of this column to re record
cord record exclusively that the members of the Summit Golf Club
themselves beset with much the same problems as the
students; of Panama.
No. the problem Is not able coif er Ernestito. who could

stay as far ahead of mo?t

ne is aneaa or ine STuaentt politically. ?, 1
On the contrary, the problem-is math. Both tiit stu students
dents students and the members of the Summit golf club We a a-bout
bout a-bout the same trouble with figures. And In each case,
there is an Inclination to fudge in order to come out eft
the low side, v " -:'
, My authority? Antonio Sulemi-only inhabitant of the
Summit Golf Club whose chip sho.tt alf jcorrfeput the same
French fried. ',,'(;!,: rtf..ffvC
Antonio and bis moustache reached the Summit from
the town of Castro Villan, oseriza province, Itajy, vta vari various
ous various wait and Walks which' included a refresqueria close' by
Panama City's ishot-scarred National, Instituted'
He indicates that come pay-up time the students have

about the, same trouble explaining that It wis only prac practice
tice practice cup of coffee, that Urst one, as the ecythemenof the
Summit havxljlalningthat -the earth-BUiverfnf blow

which struck traces of oil trt

m mm green was only a pracxicennOT, HOT WOftny OT a

piace or nonor in tne Tinai
, As he dips into the bier

larger than a Summit duffer's divot, Antohio allows as how
golfers eat more than students. By press time Summit
golf club president Frank Day of the Commissary Division's
cold storage operation, and club manager Arthur Farrell,
had not decided whether this allegation Is sufficient af affront
front affront to the National Institute's national honor to take tht

matter on to the United Nations.

As you know, -the United

restaurant where any such Issue could be adjudicated with
delicacy honor, and braclola.--, -W'x-

iPoo'Uhlhk you're rid. Of. st
von ioutsf 1 have been squinting myopiiallyatithe Mail
Box of late, and find comolaints that, there s either (a)
a surplus, or (b) a $hortae;edf school spirit' at larare in

the Isthmus. .-:':' ':jCT'
Once upon ft time, back
when Pontius was a pilot,
to what schqol spirit might
recent readinsrj am relieved

now conceal these early end erroneous tmoretsions.
Brainwashed by the MaUrBbx,'! ':MmsWfatM --on the

truths of the matfei', and dhlv

unresoivea tne, place of the hula hoop in the school spirit,
or vice versa. "-. '?--i:: '.
Placing the hula hoop in the ending;trayv I will nro nro-ceed
ceed nro-ceed to 'offer you some "Miwhteriment ::'.on,?.the irrjtentions
underlvina; the concent of School Spirit, ind. the methods
in current vogue to brin? these intentions, to fruition.
Specifications for the intentions, as slit oir below, are
drawn frOm -the hfstory of the Western world's most-re-spectd
center tf humanism and learning.
Specifications for th methods, as alo set out below,
are drawn from the: Mall Box, and certairjother equally
unimpeachable sources. V v ;
Here then, some explorations Into sacred dignity end
nobilitv of School Soirit. Rah. arid, furthermore,, rah. (The
complexly-woven f yhthms relally get you)!
.1. INTENTION: To establish a respect for a scholarly
institution which, sends its graduates out into the world
more soberly blessed with mature learning than scholars

from shallower institutions.

MtTHOD: To master a bunch of squeaking females
who do not know a football from a Shuttlecock nor a full
back from Humberto Robinson upon a set of bleachers" in
a football field, and cause them by questionable methods
to squeal loud enough to prevent the sound of an Albrook-

landin; airolane from impeding

2. INTENTION; To establish the point that scholastio
and personal self-discipline, persuasively taught and quiet quietly
ly quietly imposed, is the characteristic which measures a man's
degree of civilitfftion. Therefore the school rfennstrs

its civilization in the unobtrusive self-discWIned of Its pupils

METHOD: Storm off to the Clutf W to absorb a bucket
of ale in a gesture that is new and free and daring. What
could tear convention into more well-deserved shreds than
to go to a bar and ask for a drink? You know well that
none of these current crop of parents, strictly from the
Squareville whist leapiie, ever dreamed of such a cool play.
3. INTENTION: To breed an intelligent dependability
which will pan out when Instinct indicates welshing would
be healthier. :
. METHOD: To be at evil-tempered odds with and cfr cfr-cumstahce
cumstahce cfr-cumstahce from rain'o royalty, which delays intelligent,
dependable attendance at the clubhouse reunion of the
CZ School Spirit chapter of the Redblooded American Ad Adventurers
venturers Adventurers ;bf the: Jukebox, Inc. Also a tendency for the
quince JLetfameh tojputrank the football lettermen.
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week will have noth
Ing to do with the number of pounds of New Zealand beef
Gov. William E Potter brings into the Canal Zone, because
that seems to be naughty, if I have read the signals aright.
Instead, let's try the 17 thousand dollars which the, Unit
ed Fund has already raked in to make 30 per cent of theii
target total. 1
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Means a lot of luck to many beneficiaries of the Fund'4

several and varlousad tstirnable agencles.K''

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for Esser the Gadzooks.;
Summit members goif-wise at
the suboil -of the approaches
score total.k"f ? r
ot to disoense braclola even
Nations boasts an excellent
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before the Wrkbt Brothers.
I entjratineH;; certain ideas as
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Campaigning Ike

CEDAR HAPIDS,: Iowa (UPI)
President Eisenhower : started
5,300 mile campaign expedition i
Friday with a Jugh level, but
resolute, defense of his" admims-i
tration's record -In keeping the;
peace 1 abroad; and helping Jbe
Ameriaan farmer at home-,
Ee thanked God that "no guns
are booming; today and the peace
4 hpinff maintained."" And he

made the" solemn pledge that ?I
have no other thought for' the
at two earif the good Lord
gives me that "long but to work
for peace" : -,
Eisenhpwef also -attacked cde-
mandi for more rigid farm con controls,
trols, controls, warning that "farmers
should always be, free to make
their own decisions" And express expressing
ing expressing sratitude, that "you are still
, running' the farms and haven t
turned the job. -over to the gov government."
ernment." government." ,7.-"
-. The President l chose; sun
ftathed Iowa corn field,' the: scene
of -the v National Corn Picking
Contest; for the.kickoff of a six-
dav swing through eight states in
wtiifch he will try to put life, and
snap into Republican congression congressional
al congressional campaigns.- -. w v r i
Eisenhower Jeft. no doubt that
he is proud of his administration s
foreign and farm retard and
that he' believes"" the American
people should be? grateful for
them. 1
- Eisenhower, who said earlier
this week that foreign policy
should be kept' out of the cam campaign,,
paign,, campaign,, tired batk at Democratic
critics who have charged that his
administration has been wavering
and indecisive in foreign affairs.
His administration' foreign pol-

cy is 1 "the simplest thing in the

world to descrDe m terms 01 its

basic objectives," k Eisenhower

said. -

"As long as the United States

is facing the great ; monolithic,

atheistic dictatorship centered in

the Kremlin, the free world will

be much stronger in facing that
threat if we stand together, keep
the small fires from .breaking

out.? Eisenhower said.

If "necessary, Eisenhowers said,
financial and economic help will

hrfve ; to te sent to ; smaller na

tions which can't fight 'Russian

expansion -on their own,".;.:

.'The President listed the basic

tenet of U.S. policy as "support of

the United Nations Charter, un

derstanding that fwe cannot bar-,

gain or negotiate in a world torn

bv dissension except from a posi

tion- of strength." the fact that

military strength I must-1 1 be kept

up to date on a daily basis, firm

refusal to countenance comma

nist territorial exp an si on by

force,'? and realization that "once
you retreat from principle 1 you
cant gain -turn around and face

your enemy." -'

An estimated 100,000- persons
heard the President speak on the

80-acre Lumuir Dostal farm 10

miles from Cedar: Rapids.

? The President made the trip to

the farm by helicopter' after his

plane landed at cedar iKapias. He
took lunch on the contest grounds

before making the return 'copter

hoo to rewin his wife, who. rH

stayed in town to visit the kin kindergarten
dergarten kindergarten she attended as a.girL
1 His next stop was Abilene.: Kan.,

Eisenhower's boyhood borne. The

President planned to "spend

LESS COPS FOR KOREA-

SEOUL. Korea (UPI)v The

37,000-man Republic Of Korea na

tional police xorce wiu oe reaucea

by nearly 6,000 men by next
March it was announced this

week. The cutback is part of a gov

ernment economy program under

which 13,121 .of the Republic's

240,000 public servant! will be
dropped from the payroll .:

evening visiting old" friends and

leave Saturday for a week end at

Denver, Mrs, Eisenhower's home

town. --'' r a

The President told the Iowa

farmers be -hadn't come to their

state to play politics : because

'political speeches won't pick

corn" 'i-'-'f w -i-w. X V i

. men, tne rresiaem warmea 10
his task of winning votes. He cred

ited "freedom for advances

which he said farmers had made
during the last six years. But he
left little doubt that" this 'free 'freedom"
dom" 'freedom" was an integral part of bis
administration's farm policies, as
opposed to the !'rigld price sup supports'
ports' supports' of the Truman administra administration.
tion. administration.
- "Due largely io these practipes
of freedom; farm prices are go going
ing going up. Generally those prices are
higher now than when rigid price
supports were last in effect;"
Eisenhower ;v told the .farmers

that net farm income la .20 per
cent higher than last year, per
capita farm income is the highest

ever, and gross farm income wiu
set new record this year;

1 H conceded that ."farmers still

have some serious difficulties

including the cost-mice squeeze."
"But we are making real prog progress"
ress" progress" in solving these difficulties,
Eisenhower said, y '?v"t -VI,
haopen to1 be one of those

who believe that the farmer

should have more freedom to pro produce
duce produce irather than: less, he. said.

"Our high American standard of

living has been ouut on proauc

the tion not, restriction.,"

Tc:r Gas Ends J::I
In Denver
DENVER. (UPI) Police laid
down a thick, blanket of pungent
tear gas Thursday to smother a
two-hour riot by 70 tough inmates
at the Denver County Jail.
Four jail guards were be a i en by
the Tioters, but, they were not in injured
jured injured seriously. The prisoners took
no hostages, and they sever had
a "chance to escape. i;
At the climax of the disturbance

shortly after 8 p.m.,?38 of

44 available police patrol ears had

surrounded the maximum securityl

building in wmcn ine not oc occurred,
curred, occurred, i'y 1:10 p.m., guards : re reported
ported reported they had shaken down the
last ot the rioters and returned

them to their cells.

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Authorities said they bad not es

tablished the reason (or the riot.

Two prisoners told .safety .man.

aeer JSdwaM ueer : mat iney

staged the not to protest maltreat maltreatment
ment maltreatment by jail guards. But several
others in the cellblock. who did

not leave their cells, told United

Press International that there had
been no trouble -recently, v
The riot area, was left In shambles..-'.
.-
- Showers were turned on ta floor
the floor and water was mixed
with scattered remnants- of the
evening meal. Hamburger, pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, gravy,' bread and custard
were squashed underfoot,'
Windows were smashed. tables

and benches were upended, and

brooms and brasher were crushed.
Mattresses were ripped and scat scattered.
tered. scattered. ri J .-
"If they" think things have been
tough,'V Geer said, surveying: the
damage and litter, "they haven't
seen anything yet." .-
''I'm 1 taking away .their" mat mattresses
tresses mattresses and radios. There's going
to be no more picture v shows and
they ean eat in their cells."

FarmrCity Week:
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi Presi-detn
detn Presi-detn Eisenhower yesterday desig

nated the week beginning Nov. 21

as National Farm-City Week.
In a formal proclamation, the:
President said "continued mutual

understanding among those who
produce this bountiful supply of

farm products, those who proc process
ess process -these' products, v and those

who consume them" is an im important
portant important part of Americas life.

RED COSTS ESTIMATED
i TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI)-Com-munist
China's six weeks bom bombardment
bardment bombardment of the Quemoy islands
cost the Reds the equivalent of
120 million dollars, the Nationalist
Military Information Service esti estimated
mated estimated : yesterday. ; The service;
an official agency of the Defense
Ministry,' said the Reds spent an another
other another 0 million .dollars for mo mobilization
bilization mobilization 'and damages caused by
nationalist shellings. .-

El Panama Waiters

ClubToHold
Garden Party

The El Panama -Waiters "and
Bartenders Club is issuing invita
tions for an Independence .Day
garden party to be he'd on Nov. S
at the "Bohio" of the National Dis Distillers
tillers Distillers on the Trans-Isthmian High Highway.
way. Highway. '.' '4Vj
Free Italian dinners will be the
main feature of the event, which
is- scheduled to begin, at noon and
last until 10 .p.m; ;
m $$-4' ''
-Music for dancing will be fur furnished
nished furnished by the Jets combe with
Lord Cobra as an added attraction..---..
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Members of thelub are remind reminded
ed reminded that, the next meeting will be
held on Monday at. 8:30 p.m. 'at
the usual place of 'gathering.

Nov. IV Formally :
Proclaimed Vets -;

Day By Eisenhower

' WASHINGTON (UPI)-Presl-dent
Eisenhower yesterday form formally
ally formally proclaimed Nov. 11 as Veter Veterans
ans Veterans Day.

; "On that day let us pay tribute

to the men and women who
have served in our armed forces,
and let us rededicate ourselves
to the preservation of our free freedom
dom freedom and our way of life, which

wese veterans nave so valiantly

oeienaea," ine rresiaent said.
; Congress voted in 1954, to re
designate Armistice Day as Vet
erans Day. ;

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ROBINSON DIES

DWuIN, Ireland (UPI)-Irish

dramatist Lennox Robinson died
in a Dublin nursine home Wednes

day night at the age of 72. Robin

son was tne author of the play
"The White Headed Boy" which

was translated into several lan

guages ana performed in many
parts of the world. He toured the
United States twice to lecture oB

drama.

Poisoning averted

TOKYO (UPI) A frantic ah

and sea search yesterday.-saved
from possible death seven Japa-,
nese sailors who were about to
use a deadly poison to wash their

dishes.' Tne seared began wnen a

druggist mistakenly sold the sail

ors some poisonous potassium cy

anide instead of causae soda for :

dish-washing. The druggist called .

the owners of the Kofukn Marti,
but' learned the vessel already
was at sea and could not be
reached by -radio. A search was

organized immediately, and a

fishing vessel reached tne ship v
just before the sailors were about-'
to wash the dishes they planned
to use for their next meaL

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CBRISTMAS CARD EXHIBIT TODAY
TO INCLUDE VISIT OF LOCAL AUTHOR
A Wxhllgbt of the annual Christmas card exhlbMo be shown
today -m lour to aix o'clock In the Little Gallery of the TWoli
Gwst wlU be the appearance of Mrs. JtJ"h5
eal author who-will autograph copies of hex new-nubllsbed
ehUdren's mystery book "The Secret of El Baru.
Tha exhibit U belnf sponsored by the Canal Zone Brancn
$3&U& U American S-SS
DeYoung charge. A number of new hand blocked designs will
ffiuih no written invitations have been
A Mrs. MarkuB and the Penwomen's g roup and other interest
persona are Invited to attend.

eaVlbbeafl CelleaClub
To Honor High School Senior
Tm-mityfght Will be "Senior
I' it" at tie Margarita Gymn. A
r te'irv ?imsored by vthe Canb Canb-i
i Canb-i n dU'.l. e .Club to honor all
Cr tobal high School seniors and
tl.- r "parent -will begin at 7:30
(muuL sneakers will include
George W Edman. of. the public
'relation! Staff Of, the U. h. fcnoas
? r"i minrn i. raui ui
reetor of the Transportation and
Terminals tfivisioni ana
Danielson, engineer of the Allan
ti (Locks. An open panel discus
tiim wiU foUow the addresses.
Mrs. Nye Norris, scholarship
chairman' for the club, is arrang
ing the evening's program. Be
fm anr: after the meeting, music
will be presented by the Cristobal
High scnool string ensemme, ai ai-rected
rected ai-rected By Mrs. Clara Jorstad.
The group includes Jean Seaman,
Taral Seaman, i frank McCLeod,
Charles Lyew, Deborah Franklin
and Laura Strongman, violinists:
Andrea Grenieri cello; and Carol
Bruland, accompanist.
Following the meeting, refresh refreshments
ments refreshments will be served by Mrs. a.
Nix and members of ther com committee.
mittee. committee. ttlie College Club already is
making plans for its annual Pen
n Social, to be held this year at
the Washington Hotel on Februa February
ry February 7. Proceeds from this affairs
w&l be used for scholarships to
the outstanding students.
Last year's scholarships went to
Mlrie Bleakley and Wendy Cot-tony-who
are now attending col
leges in Colorado and California.
lattorn Star Plans
Bazaar, Spaghetti Dinner
plans have been announced for
tho Harvest Festival baziar and
soaghetti dinner to be sponsored
Nov. 15 by tht Orchid Chapter
UVGRTOniC
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LIQUIDATION SALE
Floriculture National, S. A.
Trees, Shrubs, House Plants Etc. at
groatly reduced prices.
' 95 Street San Francisco, acrots
from entrance Panama Golf Club.
, Dora Bennett.

THE BRAVADOS
1 SUPER WESTERN
STARS GREGORY PECK AS AyENGER

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n.A. D.tr tnm r'nlllna
' cast in "THE BRAVADOS,"
production for 20th Century
.Vista next week;.

Based on Frank O'Rourke's popular Western action

atory, a recent ,Dccupant of
"Tlie Bravados." chronicles
bent rancher whose wife was;
outlaws. t f;....
Gregory Peck, plays this
enth starrlna avntarance In

'Joan Collins' plays an aristocratic New Orleans belle who
;hd at one time Jilted Peck bnt who is now eager to re.
sume their rpmanpe; Stephen Boyd handsome young Irish Irish-.Canadian
.Canadian Irish-.Canadian star,, plays. one of the four hunted convicts.
Don't miss this suoer western aetion-drama, which plays
r.?xt week at your PeLuxe Bella Vista Theatre.

One, Order of the Eastern Star,
n. kiTur will hp held from 4

to 9 cm. on the main floor of the
c.it.ch nit Temnle in Balboa
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Booths will include a fish, pond,,
The dinner will be nerved frofn
5 to 7 p.m. Tickets will be avail
able at the door or from commit
tee members.
i Decorations Are Udi
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C.r rrt Clavtan Coffa Mattina
Halloween pumpkin and candles
were used in tame oecoraiions ior
the October coffee meeting of the
Fort Clayton NCO Wives Club.:
Guests who were welcomed by
Mrs Virginia Whaler, vice Dresi
dent, included -Mrs, Polly Chaves,
Mrs. Wynn Goons, Mrs. .Lois
Traynor and Mrs. Vivian Rettin-
or from Fnrt Amador. andMTs.
Pat Rvan and Mrs. Betty Sero-
wipp from Fort Clayton.
New members of the club art
Mrs. Lois Eagan and Mrr. Bar:
bara Wvrick. Hostesses for -lr
occasion were Mrs. Helen shan
non and Mrs. Virginia Dorsett.
The next dub function will bv
the reeular monthly social next
Tuesday evening at 7:30.
Atlantic Siders
Have Last Chance
'At Color Show
This weekend w'll be the list
oooortunity for Atlan ic side re resident
sident resident to see snec:l ex'H' of
co'oc photographs which the Kodak
romnany b sending on a tour f
La'in America.
Tho RO hirr pnlnr nhntosranhs Or
the San B'as and Caribhen islands
and Lotm American nvnn are
nnw on d'solay a1 the Breakers
Club Caco Solo. On Mo ay
they will be taken down for ship ship-p
p ship-p to Colombia, ;
TVia n1ntiire ttrhtnh arifc An ills.
play, at the Tivoli Gue' Housf"rj
a week, rt-ew-' much TavManie
com men', Tbev-hHyri land
sescitM ,and 'shnw be people
an A iUx "K.iiiK anil rilvtMnnV nr the
T.atfn American pfp'e-and na-
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Herbert Bayard Swope, Jr.'s
Tax which plays In the Bella
the nation's, nest seller lists,
the adventures of a revenge.
brutally murdered by four
relentless i avena;er. his sev
a king sized Western drama.

lach notica tor mclutiaa la thii
column (haul bt tubmittt
tviK-wnttaa Iwm aad mail'
tha bo nwmbai litti daily in 'So 'So-cial
cial 'So-cial and Otbarwit at daltva'td
i h.nd to tha oflica. Noticaa ot
Mating cannot ba accaptad b
tawphona.
Charity Card Group,
Balboa Woman's Club ,.,..-,.
The Charity Card Uroup of. the
Balboa Woman's Club iwiil meet
for a no-host luncheon and' cards
Thursday at 12 noon a the Amer American
ican American Legion Club, Fort Amador.
.VA -apecial menu has been ar arranged,
ranged, arranged, making it necessary that
reservations are confirmed before
noon Tuesday. Members and guests
can make reservations with Mrs.
W. C. Merchant. Balboa 3317, ur
Mrs. Tom McKibbon, Balboa 4459.
Isthmian Rabckah Lodge
The Isthmian Canal Rebejcab
Lodce One will celebrate with
birthday dinner Tuesday evening
at 6:20 at Wirz Memorial Hall in
Balboa. A meeting will follow tht
dinner at 7:30 p.m.
Girl Scout Council
The tri-annual meeting of the
Canal Zone Girl Scout Council is
scheduled for Monday afternoon at
1:30 at the Tivoli Guest House. All
registered adult leaders are urg urged
ed urged to attend.
Atlantic Sida Tenagrs
The Teeage Club in Coco Solo
will be the scene of a meeting of
Atlantic Side Teenagers Tuesday
evening at 7 p.m.
Natural History Society
The Natural History Society of
the Panama Canal will vmeet
Wednesday evening at 8 at the
JWB USO in Balboa. Guest speakr
er will be Gcralc1 A, Doyle, who
rerentlv returned from a motor (
trip with his family from Costa
Rica. He will illustrate this re-.j
marks with slides.
Naval Officers' Wivas
The Naval Officers' Wives Club
will have its October luncheon at
Morgan's Gardens Tuesday at
twelve noon. As there will be an
election of officers, it will be a
closed meeting for members only,
Ft; Amador Officer' Wives Club
The Fort Amador' Officers' Wives
Cluh will have a coffee meeting
Wednesdav morning at 9:30 jn the
Officers' Open Mess. The meeting,
which was postponed from last
wek, will feature Mrs. Mauricio
Attia of Colon as guest, speaker.
Members who have not made
reservations are requested to call
Mrs. Charles W. Jagoe, 82-4249.
Canal Zona Medical' Association
The Octo'ier meefiM of 'he Med Medical
ical Medical Association of the Hthmian
fanal Zone will be held Tuesday
evening at 7:30 ill Ward IT of Gor Gor-as
as Gor-as Hospital. The informal buftef
suoner wit be served after, the
scientific nrcr.-m and business
nieM'ne. which is sehedued for
':nn p.m.
Sp'lfr of the evening will Jie
Hr. Rohlfn Yo"n"i' chief of the
Chest Service at Gorgas. ;
CrUtohal V.F.W.
T t. Garwn H. Moumblo Memo Memorial
rial Memorial Post 3S76, Veterans Of For-
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this morning for a vacation
trip in the United States. She
plans to visit friends in Rock Rock-ford,
ford, Rock-ford, ill. H
Film Stars Face
Judge For Alleged
Tax Oversights
LOS ANGELES CUPI) Mov'e
stars Van Johnson and 'Gordon
Macftae, TV actress Ninet.e Fa-
bray and New York Yankee co-
owner Del Webb are among 5
persons expected to appear in fed
eral cauri Monday o answer the
government s Charge that they are
behind on income: tax payments.
Melvin Sears, chief regional
counsel for the Bureau of In.ernal
Revenue, said yesterday Federal
Judge Bruce N. Forrester will
hear casis involving more than
loo-mi lion dollars in disputed tax
money.
The government con ends that
MacRae owes it $138,939 in taxos
for the years 1952, through 1954.
Miss Fabray, who formerly
played opposite TV comedian Sid
Caesar, was said to owe $12,009
fort 1952, and Van Johnson, the
government claims, is behind
$117,497 for 1953-54.
Webb, who owns a contractine
business as well as a piece of the
world champion ball club, allee-
edly owes $15,26p for 1952. I
eign Wars, Cristobal, will have a
Veterans' Day dance committee
meeting Tuesday evenlne at 8 at
the Post home in Cristobal.
w. i. btrickland. chairman of
the committee, requests that all
memners or me-post and auxilia
ry attend the important meeting.
Book Ravw Secf on
Of CZ Co laoe Club
Mrs. James R. O'Rorke will ha
hostess Thursday morning at a
9:30 meeting' of the book review
section of the Canal Zone Colleie
Club.
Mrs. Neit Bra'nstetteir will re
view, the book "The Cultured
Man' hy Ashley : Montagu.
All members and euests are In.
vited to attend the -meeting,
which will be held in the O'Rorke
quarters, 545-A, upper level
street, Curundu Heights (Santa
Claus Heights).
Barbershop Singers
The regular meeting of the Pa
nama Canal Zone chapter of the
Society for the Preservation and
Encouragement of Barbershop
Quartet .Singing in America, Inc.,
will be held at. 7: 30 at 7:30 p.m.
Monday in the Agewdod Bohio.
rtll men who are lntesested in old
favorite songs in close harmony
are invited:' ;
Paraiso Volunteer Vorps
The Paraiso Civil. Defense Vol
unteer Corps will meet Monday
evening at 7:30 a Wis School. E E-''ncftional
''ncftional E-''ncftional and training films will
be shown,,
AM ..members of the Corns are
urged to attend the meetins. The
public is invited.
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the Chae Manhattan Bank.-Mr. Robinson plans to leave the Isthmus to assume new duties ih Johannesburg: South Africa.
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LAS VEGAS. Nev. (UPD-Two
new lets that tly twice the speed
of sound and a lethal m ssiic
called the Bullpup v today were
slated for early introduction into
America's fac ica! ate fwces
J The new jet fighters that will
multiply Air. Force striking power
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for. NIA Service
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No one vulnerable
South West North East:
1 Pass 2 Paas
2 4 Pass 4 Pass
Paas Pass
Opening lead 4 K
Today's hand illustrates an ay ay-tonialic
tonialic ay-tonialic false card situation.
South wins the opening club lead
with dummy's aca ana leaas uie
five of spades. East plays the lour
and South the Jack. .
"Suppose West drops the deuce.
At this point South has no play ex except
cept except to lay down tht ace. This
play drops East's king arid South
loses no trump trick. f ?
. West-should play the nine or
ttio ten. Sunnose he plays the nine.
! Then let South plan the rest of his
play. He can still lay down tne ace
! anri come out all riaht. but he will
probably go back to dummy and
lead the queen, now west wui
make a trump trick.
. Is South silly to fall for this
play? Not at all! 1 v
,South can't look into his oppo
nents' hands. He may suspect a
false-card, nut ne cant do sure
Of. it. After all, if you are dealt
a singleton nine you must play
it? if you are dealt nine-ten you
must play one of them. f
In either of those cases,-South
will gain a trick by the queen
play. ''.i-:'
Pinallv. there is a reallv food
reason for South to go "wrong; He
must lose two tricks. outsida the
snade suit. The queen play will
hold the maximum soade los;tO
one trick. His contract is 'four
spades and he must play Safe to
make it, i
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Eaa garth West Harsh
1 Paar Pass Double
raaa 14 Pass : Pass..
' You, South, hold: V 1
What do you doT
A Bid two bMrta. Tea have
enow streafth to eote.
' TODAY'S QUESTION
' Vour partner raises your two two-heart
heart two-heart bid to three. What do you
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Of i New t Jets
By Air Force
for small or b g- wars are fne
Uepublic F105 Tiiunderchief and
.he Lockheed F104C S'arfighte", a
ground attack version of the cur current
rent current fl04 Interceptor. f
xne Manm sunpup is a guiuea
missile launched by lighter planes
three mil.-s Jrom the target, en en-ab
ab en-ab ing p i 1 0 1 s to avoid heavy
enemy lire in the immediate tar target
get target area. ''' ,,r
The Air Force put these and
0 her new weapons through awe
some demonstrations yesieraay 11
the complex of air bases and
gunnery ranges near Las Vegas
where it is holding its annual
ive.iiDons coifioetT.tlon.
The nlanes. 'whose soeed makes
them' tough td defend against, and
missiles are earmarked' for air
strike forces or 'he Tactical Air
Command, like : those dispatched
to the "Middle East arnfl-Formosa
areas in the crises of the last tew
months.
The tactical forces' mission is
deter wa" andfaUmg 'hat, to
deliver nue'ear or conventional
bombs, support ground troops and
provide air defense in combat
theaters.
Lockheed test p lo( Lou Schalk
demo-trated the s"!ed o" the
new F-104C whep he Jew it here
fromrPlrodale..,j;aW abou" pu
nla-Vc-ln 1 ba'ely more ,than 10
minutes. Jfc took several hundred
observers that. fr, o load into
hune and.-ride six .bbcksto he
Neliis Air Force Base .flight line
to greet the plane-
Gen. O P. -WeVland. tact'eal
air rnmmanda laid the F104C
en crry,ths "compe'e snn of
offertHve' w e p 0 h s,' evidently
meaning 'that it, like ihe
Thunderchief. can carry .:at least
"smal1" hydrogen bomb. It can
he refueled in flight for long
missions. t r '. "
Lockheed Executive V.ce Presi President
dent President D. J. Haughton said the
F104C can flv 100 miles an hour
fasler than the F104"ln'ereeptor,
which "currently hold- the world's
speed record of 1,404 mph.
fin a demonstration, of the Bull Bull-pun's
pun's Bull-pun's nbllity toJtoor out tnks.
rarroa'ds, cbmmand 'posts ad
similar ground targe,,- an F100D
Sunersabre releaeed one of the
missiles directly into a IS by 15
foo tsrgct rom a distance nf
W.OOO feet The mlssiley develoned
by h tJ. S. Navy, is radio radio-guided
guided radio-guided by the pilot. A solid pro pro-pellant
pellant pro-pellant rocket, it travels 1,200
"The F105M "the frst fighter
plane designed to carry nue'ear
or conventional bombs internally,
rather than fastened under 4ts
winp, or fuselage. Weyland s.id
his ,first squsdron "is now forming
at Eglin A'r Force Base. Fl.
Now TrqnsDort,
!,pns At Shan"0"
Qn Three Engines
"SHANNON,4 Ireland!' Oct. li
(UP1) A U.S. Navy transport
with one of its four engines burn burned
ed burned out landed safely at the big In
ternational Airport here at 1:50
a.m, today. ymme'-S
The plane's engine caught. fke
about 10 p.m.; while the DC-4 was
over the Atlantic on a. flight from
the U.S. base at Argenria,. Nfld...
to Shannon. Tha pilqt; completed
the flight on three engines. r
As a precautionary measure; he
radioed ahead to request "radar
tid.1n landings as he.neared the
Irish coast at 1:09 a.in.
'The plane landed safely here,
and ihere was no immediate indi indi-caion
caion indi-caion that anyone y aboard had
been Injured by the fire.

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Protestant Chapel Guild are pictured as they met to discuss the
season'!, program Fxorr) left ire Mrs. James Roane, secretary,
treasurer; Mrs. Delos Keelean, president; and Mrs. John Bore,
strow, vice president. ..a,,, .lArmviPhotoV

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WAITING FOR SANTA Matthew Franklin, left, arid Jeffrey
.Gilley wait patiently for the white bearded gentleman, who,
is scheduled to appear at .the photograph booth of the Marga.
rlta Union Church. The affair is planned for 4 to 10 p.m. Sat.
urday November 1, Special attractions for children MU incindsy
a fish pond, dolls, doll qlptjhes,. soda, an4 jgoodles., 1 r ;

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Agricola
Miss Lihyl C.fHolloway and
Ben Desuain, agricultural ex
; lensa advisors With Po.ni .Four,
!av 4 receotiort and a get-toget
her, party, at the home of Mrs.
if-. j..i4i-4a i-.ltiila thifc wuelc. The
'. !"-! lon v, a$ to recognize .-.an d
honor the Servrc
vrcio il Divr.lgjfloii!
Jf M nlatry of An
; .i w!'i nitinaflveri tnc oktur and
extcni j. of i the work -.feeing ? done
tcv car. There is thnvng u'ga-
- Dilation of 19 .agvucies Leoomms;
iarveasuigtr more effective '-3n
helping rural people, emphasizli'jt
that ti the earth i the future VEa
k Tierra esla el Juturo1)-
lech;i cii ashling in the, work
r provided by IVoint Foun
'We bOieye Ae practical d-
. mon stration can be- the s eor c
(ire- jof oxtens on "' worlc-'aitd the
tjest mqans by which tti, a,tent4
l-ifif n 4nik Vnvmafli' ft H Tlv.i ah
. us wire vt va- M-g xa j jii v l ft.) f- mavif r pi i

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!l i : euU'.:ra tJjlcnsion service t ni. u
' h E. Toirt 4 officuh. -'
i Kpi-nardn Ocafih. director of Dl

vu'.g!id6u ." Asricola,' expre

honxemaker nnd A S mrnibra t'f;fo monthji.
d3t .better 'pratuce.'" - 'If The awncie' a
OCafia said. VIii ihe firal jour 'arm prV ttf r

voiithi-ox this.'proRram year, 'An
acehltvprCparrid1 and'nn'ssented
1.741 n;e!hoct detnonstrition ol im
piOk-cd pracliw 1iCfore'l4.;86 peo people.
ple. people. Tfccr kUVifhel result
demonsinUans in ,'hc admus aJ
f .flic f ai'ins of. aal .'oeople n
tb? ncvi' Thpse dcmr-ftilratlona
JnehHi, food preraraiien and mi
tnl'on. clo'hsg ni.rtiction, and
hom imprest meit. ; v
.Theyalso include dftirioustra-
x Man's- of tmjjrove4 cultural- pram pram-Ices
Ices pram-Ices on rrops' In the $eklf 'con 'control
trol 'control of 'disease and ikecU of
plaeK'and anhnsls. taVinji .soil
lanlplerlorr testing and using the
informatioir to advis fanners on
fertilizer needs, soil and water
conservation and a series of bet
ter, and modern improvement
ractkes on the farm r and in the
0"" i7" -4'.c ; .
Divulfaeieri Airicala 1 warks
teward Impreving the farm
heme and. farm na ,eratiMS
'tnevgh-visits by the aiants. In
these -few .: months rye agents
Bcdiss OK Gls
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Kilfed In Crash. T:
RfVrninn To;U$ ;
mCfiTjnanv' (U?ll
' The bodies of six American kil-
Vvtien 'A'U.SL' F3a tubwron
trsport 1 la,st -' month v are being
,'JFJin to the-, United Stt fiw
iJr&tification, itwas announced
Tne"ne(ifli of the transfer' were
not disclosed.. However,, it was
understood tbt Ci24 Glob Glob-master
master Glob-master carrying 'the bodies left
Rh'ne-Maift A'roort shortly after
midnight for Dover, Del. 1 i.
' U.S." Air Forcen badnarWrs 1n
Wiesbaden said 1t had been im im-poyfhle
poyfhle im-poyfhle 0- tdMitifv -U fHe
. bodies. The six men it were killed
whemrth Hreule" tTtnaport
erashed Sent. ,2 'while on a radio-
;iirve flight.. The 4 Diane carried
T ofIcers i and crewmen but. the
RMssUnsv discWmed jiny, knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of the othef 11,
Th TUsiian returned the bod bodies
ies bodies or the' six' men the? said were
fo""i In thi wreckaf to Ameri Ameri-ear
ear Ameri-ear and Turkish v authorities ( en
.Seas.-'fT 11 i
The wreckage of the plane.
wh'"Y, was participating in Mi
wonnwioe siuay oi xacun prona prona-gatinn,
gatinn, prona-gatinn, was foi'd about -3S miles
v ortiwest of Erivan. caoital of
Soviet Armenia, according to t,he
B's1ans. '.-'.',.
I The JITS.,-'' State- Denartment
charged that xhe olane had been
ln'rtM, "s.hf i Soviet f fighters
oveTTiTfurkish territory, and forced
dvrf. jha t.Russiani den.ed the
"charge:; y1-,
NayV TConsf elllon
'ARGENTU,' mLr&i'lt (VH)
. UA' United States Navy Sutter
V jfir'ellaMnn crshed ino the m
pV the end of the runaway here
lonv. ant a Navv aneksmfm aT'Tt
n of he 29 mn aboard wai
known t be dead and II,' ethers
iurvivei'
A search was being made far
,1he. 10 missing passengers. The M
survivor were p'f Ved nn by res res-u
u res-u eraft .frem this U.SNsval.
St-'on. '.).', '.).',-Hie
Hie '.).',-Hie spokesman ald the plsne
ra one ,-;of the At'anie Barrier
- Early: Warning Squadron based At
Jaiuxen.,Afsrvlna. T wi msV
!nr n Jnsurhent approach t. the
lielB using dat becJe e' new
weather eondit.iens,v The cp t a
erashed Into-the sea us 'hurt, nf
the1 runway, ahortly i e midftight
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COSMITICt ItOHIHITri
r,if .Trttipat'M Mo'mad. W
aDari yeneraay prnninuea ipns
i.' hv voweT teaohert ef m-
tnetlrs In classro6ms A circular
i n's'nwtei, also msisten iMt
I f a h e r I must he" '.'modestly
jlreed" -w"'t their heads eov
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mad mare thin 1,409 visits
farmers or hememekers in
thalr hamas er on their farmsv
,Tbey helped erganlie er can can-tlue
tlue can-tlue ever 501 meetings with e
fatal artendanea f 4,50 peepler
i ne extension staff ef technic-
uns from other departments hav;
p-eiaret' oub'feat on 'that haves'
neen widely distributed; The aum
I fcf r- ilsoerse through extension
offices in four month. was ll,QOo
KflTt'ta of nainnhlfrtK !rciilr and
leannts. These were written ia
tracheal terminology with many-
pictures In hem.

visiu received w Agency orneesiP"', -scuhujwiui apeciaiw

are an inder. of the confidence the
frirff an? omem alters have in
the Service. ..The past four- months,
over- 2 500 oeopli called in. the
Asency off.ee-. Pivul;aci6n Agrl
co1" hnk ud a mobile unit made
available i to the asents throueit
ei"AP.rs joint fund f program1).
The agflPts have shown education education-tf's
tf's education-tf's in mre thn. H.ooi'oeoo!
In U3 proientloni' during the ja$t
arrange tourifor
,-iiit : hnntas arid
armSi In vblvh mnroved methods
tisv eei- )ut- n--wmtlc In the
rrst font -month rof the rsoorilna
ear,'outT 13 (io, persons availed
utamwivr ;qi v' onporiunnv
s 1 eWen- uffastinn
n1 recommendations of th
f'n' jn Mtfanized tour or 'at re result
sult result r'oi'iDisrretJons.i i i'r
In law -Decree Law-No. 17 gave
DiVulgacVn Agricola' the aS aS-slsment
slsment aS-slsment to- rromot credit unions
and cooperative, -De veloomg and
carry.n? oit an flducafion! pro pro-jrram
jrram pro-jrram In1 aprcultural eredit : an
porner?ti'et became the respond respond-bllrrjr.f
bllrrjr.f respond-bllrrjr.f the: Extension Servicers
firs aftv circles were establish established
ed established in mi and the first Credit
Tlnion.4 started to. function In, 1956
The report at the end of the first
i rrihth o this program shows
It Credit Unions 'n operation with
1.450 members. Up to 'this time.
2,393 doans have been made; Most
of the loar ure for small amounta
and, for short 'periods of timu.
The credit unions have $
cumulated working capital of $83,
.' iThe 4-1 BH-eeram Is grewmg.
Thra ar 117-rlubs erganlsad
with, a mambarsh'p af aaprexim
.?W weungoHrs betwaan
the agas f t ta 21 yean. The
AaanU are warking with
; H hememakers araii anl the
Affipiltwral Aaants have organ
(zed II agricultural j Imarava-
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technicians end adminisir.ior.
...ut.rf h r.nnn.l -,,
the tniversity ot Arkansa,
ored by Point 4, who aided
gamzbig the statf and training
Mtiei m ami sa n tnikn!ftaina t .j.- ...
jjUojeci matter backsioppina if
avaUable'to the Agen,ciea irum
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their work schedul to Include tinV.rirJ.?" "J. n,B w"!-

quests ttom agenU to help .we.'
I develop and carry -out program
i -wo.l in eaeu Agency. .-:
J1 Some of the most popular coo-
during the year' arr with the bor
vtcukure section which baa already
had 32 requests from .agents.? the
soil section nas had 27 request
and the engineering section the
same number; The agronomy sec section
tion section has scheduled 17 visits to ag agencies
encies agencies at the 'Agents' request,
l'ae econqmic, section and the in information
formation information division, a' well as tne
livestock and v forestry sections
are' being i'alled on for help.' This
msnris 6' jspcialft might wo rk
with fegent In his agency area
four or five' times year In ad addition.'
dition.' addition.' to providing him -with
soecial -and timelv'lnformaUofl nnd
yisual adis. 4
' i n extension seme; nas is ag agencies'
encies' agencies' in operation with U ag'ents,
nine home agents and 18 assistant
agents working full 'time.- It is the
aim of the 'Panatnataan Extension
Service r personnel- to- take, their,
place beside the other extension
workers throughout the' world and
help make a healthier, happier
people.' i
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Advertisinq Tox :
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ANNAPOLIS. ld.(UPI)-The
Maryland Court of Aopeals yester yesterday
day yesterday ruled that Baltimore con controversial
troversial controversial advertsing tax, which
critics assailed as an infringe infringement
ment infringement of freedom of the press, is
invalid. :
The state's high court, in a
unanimous ooinion, thus sustained
lower court rullnp which agreed
that the tax ; threatened press
from. '.'' ;:.,."'. .- 't'
v The tax of 4 per cent on buy buyers
ers buyers avertisi"". and 2 per cent
on .interests sel'ing .it has been
r"aled, efect've January X,
1958, as result of City Council action-
shoniv aier tt became ef
fective last January. However,
!. Dla'nti.ff ittanked it in principle
'1 snd were determined n to win a
tn. MB'1
nortant DOint thst leri to a court
test was the fact hat an eii-.
nwiOW h been collet
"d under the ordinance,, money
ruy now win pe oougea.ie re

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protMiion f6 you dir't motor bcclued it hai Motw
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wear r ALM ; BCAtH. ria.
(U i'A j 40-year old t housew.fe
tnrw cniiaren to .aesin
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a, epon. Because she lelt her husband -W"ffi,""S VLlT 7 if ,01d' PoUe said; Mrt. Home appar appar-tied
tied appar-tied thor. rXd ly in' "TV tnfl1 ::?Jr s entN -senaratel the ch.ldren fust,
linini Pa-, books." ' .. nut I never putting David and MarUyn in aep-
V" i'ie husband.' a well-to-do busi- Wled he was that bad." araf bedrooms. Then she took

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v-m" -a u'l vis tuiru naaau ai
ear with new, 1 eahber p's,
o). Thn. she shot herself as she
lay', ia. bed.:
: Horne. a successful plumbing
contractor called police for an
ambuUnce when he discovered
his wife end his daughter, Marilyn-
F ranees I., When he found his
wounded son, David Ronertv 11,
he called police for another am ambulance,
bulance, ambulance,
.John Aaron, g, r.Horne's .other
son, ;. was found "behind r the ga garage..
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. THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
1JSUNDAY, OCTOBER U, "1"J
Horse
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Don Lucho, Bright Spur,
Pan Tostado, Carcaman,

Dependable

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K 1

locally will match strides this-afternoon in the one
"mile $2,000 added Horse Owners Association Clas Classic
sic Classic at the President Remon racetrack. .

The same bunch of colts, with
' the exception of Bro.e, matched
A.K FiilB ah fint 9A with Hnn T.il.

cho winning by two lengths over

'Jan Tostado, carcaman -. jsngm
Igpur and Dependable.
. All will carry, 114 pounds ei ei-Itept
Itept ei-Itept the British colts Bright Spur
- and Dependable whicK i will .ote
-118 Decause they were born in the
' Voriiera hemisphere. The .other
- jolts are Sou h American bred.
1 Leading jockey Braulio Baeza
v 3 will ride Don Lucho again and
Jthis could bit a big factor In
; helping the Frank X. Zeimetz
-star to another victory.
$ Pan Tos ado, which was the
' Junnerup the previous time the
Col s met, was an impressive v.c v.c-tor
tor v.c-tor last week, over seven ,ur ongs.
He beat Vergmaux and Sicabu by
three-quarter of a length but his
time 1:25 J-.-wasva fifth of a
second fas er than Informal' Jims
fti beating Perdulario,; Fernando
'Alvarez will do the boo 'ng aboard
Mrs. Delia Aceveda's ace,
'4 Carcaman, which has been turn turning
ing turning in some sizzling workouts,
Is another danger card here. Jo Jose
se Jose Ulloa will do the booting on the
Haras. XJarinthia hope. Carcaman
wasa-tast-c'.oslng rthird behind
3on Lucho and Pan Tostado on
f ept. 28.
Bright Spur, which was a big
flop in the Sept. 28 Jock Club
Classic, could regain lost prestige
here He was third last week be-
' Sin Gazapo and Acronolis in a
third series race last Sundas. jar jar-ipiimedes
ipiimedes jar-ipiimedes AKLFARO WILL EUID
' Stud Muriel router,
. jJAnoher colt that should not be
tvarlnnVpH is hp Ir;sh-bred De

pendad!e. Daniel Ciniglio's colt
Aas proven that he can run like
'the wind when In the right mood
but 1 unpredictable and therefore
i, rtinct Tu rlsccifiAri s. a Question
mark. Las'- Saturday he sped to
) J six-length triumph over a nile.
Tt duf far frnm least is the
TftaUJ IUIUUTVU feviiviiiv m.m:
chestnut colt Brote. This silvc-j
' msned sprinter was once a mo-
tc-rious quitter who lost races at
'ieven a nalT-nile afte- opening a
i ;wide lead. He has undergone
Kmnlete cnangp and nas oen
displaying unbelievable stamina.
lTODAf-ENCANTO-35-20
Gary cooper m
"TEN NORTH FREDERICK"
Not Apt lor.'Minors!
Joel McCrea In'
"cattle; empire"
TODAY
CAP 1 7 OLIO I 7
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35c. -i- 20e.
35c.
. TOUCH OF EVIL
with Ch. Heston
- Also; -MY
MAN GODFREY
with David Niven

1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
;pUPLETAS
! 3rd and 9th RACES
ON E -TWO

QUINIEIAS
4th and 8th Races

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Brbte to Gq

His last time out, he was gaining
on speedster Amah' in the run lo
the wire despite racing against
the inner rail on a slow track. iie
lost that one in a photo m 1:26
2-5. . v
Brote's workouts rate with the
track's bes horses. He Could be
an upsetter jn this one. ;
Several other in'ereiling races
are included on today's attractive
prorgram.
Yesterday, the Stud El Grie
g's Surumeno raced from the
ruck to score a tnree-iengtn vic victory
tory victory in the featured $650 one
mile race for third series import imported
ed imported thoroughbreds.
The triumph was one of three
scored by Chilean jockey Jo
Ulloa, who shared riding honors
with Arquimedes Alfaro.
Surumeno paid a juicy $20.20
to win and $6.60 place. Sputnik
returned' $5.60 for place. Mu Mu-tuels
tuels Mu-tuels favorite Guadalcanal was
third with Sculptor and Behader
bringing ud the rear.
Besides his win on Surumeno,
Ulloa also brought home. Maese
and Hermelina. Alfaro scored a
Doard Maxcenta, Romancero and
Sicabu.
Not even the combination bet-
tin? approached Surumeno's win
payoff as form was once more
the keynot of the day's racing.
SPORTS SUNDAY
ALL HE
LOUISVILLE (NEA) It's too
bad that a Kentucky colonel
doesn't havo the au'hori y of an
Army officer hoiding the same
anK.
If he did, Allan W. Lavin, rac racing
ing racing secretary at Churchill Downs,
would be sitting pretty with his
appointment as a colonel on the
staff of Gov. Happy Chandler.
Just imagine how nice it would
be for Colonel Lavin if he could
order 12 trainers to enter a horse
apiece in a race which, hadn't
drawn any entries. Or to make a
trainer,' who came stomping into
the office in a rage about the
we'gnt assigned his horse in a
handicap, snap to attention, ex
ecute an about face and march
out of the office.
EASY PAYMENT
LAKEHURST, N.J, (NA)-The
Lakehtrst Naval Air Station com
pleted a nine-hole gqlf course in
11 months for less than $5,000.
But 3,278 man hours of work were
donated.

iHiiiMiMig TODAY
VOL7 I VICTORIA RIO
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Spanish Program 1.
EL ULTIMO CUPLE
with Sarlta Montiel
- Also: -A
DONDE VAN
NUESTROS HIJOS
with Dolores del Rio

, BABY FACE
NELSON
with Mickey Rooney
- Also: -
LEYEND OF THE
LOST
with John Wayne

"HORSE iDWMERS

Francis. Bourne
lo Weigh In At 11
For 10-Roiind Bout :
Featherweight contender!
Rodolfo Franclf and Mervl
Bourne were scheduled to
weigh in at 11 a.m. todajr itor
a ten-round, 126-pound fea feature
ture feature bout at the National Gym
tonight. v .; :
Neither tichter Is expected

'to have anf dIMcolty making
the reauired weight. Tnci
' tinn i tin thii scales at a
round 1Z5 ppunas, wane
Bourne figures on weighing
124. C .'
Tonight's will be the sixth
meeting for the pair, Francis,
a former 136-pound champion
has defeated Bourne, an ex ex-ban
ban ex-ban t am weight king three
times to held a three-tw
edge. ";
KnloS Pinil to Trui-
cis' trainer. Bourne is .handled
by Aubrey (Colo) Woodruff,
thndiv'. siY.roiinil semifinatt
brings together Jose tn-scom-;
to) Rivas and Ezequiel Arroyo,
who will come at 127 pounds
or less ;
Pedro (Manhattan Kid) Or-
tiz and Jose Pacheco meet in
one four-rounder at 116.
pounds and Ernesto Campbell s
and Conrado Williams swap
leather in another, al,!"?
pounds. v
Former US Amateur
Champion Robbins
To Turn Professional
BIRMINGHAM. Ala. (UPI) .,-
The Alabama Supfe the Court ap
parent y will be asiieo lo restore
the Southeastern Conference a h h-letic
letic h-letic eligibility of Aubunrs foot
ball hopeful uon ruen. .
Attnrnpvs ffavp notice of BDDeal
Thursday when Circuit Judge J.
Russell McElroy upheld demur demur-irers
irers demur-irers to their amended petition aha
dismissed the suit.
Fuell was banished from SEC
athletics for allegedly receiving
inducements for enrolling at Au Auburn.
burn. Auburn. The amended petition
claimed the SEC deprived Fuell
of property and contractual rights
in barring him from sports par
ticipation ;
McElroy previously had denied
rammer tnt 3 writ nf mjiniamin
sought to force the SEC and SEC
Commissioner Berme moore 10
give Fuell a hearing on the
charges and reinstate; h'"m. Attor Attorneys
neys Attorneys for the SEC contended Fuell
hnunri himself tn ahirtp bv SEC
regulations when he Signed his
grant m-aid.
Auburn was placed on three
years probation by the National
Co'legiato Athletic Assn.j and the
penally was upheld by the SEC
executive committee.
NO SLEEP TILL
DAWN
with Natalie Wood
- Also:
FLAME AND ARROW
with Burt Lancaster
9th
1. BRIGHT

2. f DONXUCHO . B.aezall4'i
3. BROTE f.,. . u . V. ? B. Aguirre ;iX4' 1
4 DEPENDABLE .;.,. i G. Sanchez ; 118
5. "' PAN TOSTADO .'.'Vi .'.i., -F; Alvarez ; -J 14 v..-;?';
6. CARCAMAN l.:.f: J Ulloa 114: 1 j)

Race Track Graded Entries

9Jf. Hon
Jockey
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE
' ',' Purto $400.00
1 -Corviglia : v
2 Golden Cora
3 Orna. Star
4 Introduction
5 Narval -f-v
Q. Sanchez 112
. B. Baeza 113

A. Aiiaro 113 -rauiueis iavori e -:
J. Cadogan 105 Not ing in mont s
S. Carvajal 110 -Dpends on start

6 Lanero
J. .Jimenez 106
TPrinVanidad J. Phillips 105
8--Fudgi 'Girl -! ; V. Castillo 112
i 2nd RACK OF THE DOUBLE
tf.'rll':&&'il-Pwn $600.00
"lPhillipipon; s '4: E. Dario 102
2 Manandoagua M. Hurley 115
3 English Wonder J. Ulloa 110
4 Venganza ' R. Cruz 107x
5 Lark B. Baeza 108
t6i-Gouverhant J. Ulloa 113
"7 Red Label A., Vasquez 115
3rd Ro
Natives 5 Fgs.
rurto jja.uv
l-tarmellta Alfaro X13
.2 Mr- Jack 1 A' R: Cruz 108
3 San Vi6ent i -.;'B. Agulrre 110
4 Black Bee" .-;'4!A Ycaza 112
5 Rabiblanco A. Lorless 107x
. 6 Victoria '.vi'H. Ruiz 108
4th Race ""
Natlvs 7 Fgs.
Purse 375.00
1 Narahjazo VL Hurley 113
2 Bosilongd
z 1 n. Baeza 112
3 nomltila
4 Daniel
5 Bueaba
6 Solito,-:
7 Takeaway
F. Sanchez 103x
F. Alvarez 115
Pi Justiniani 107x
- J. Baeza Jr. 103
Lorless 101x
5th Race "H" Natives 5 F.
1 Silver GirU J. Jimenez 108
. 2-PiHue)o v H B. Baeza 110
3 Golden Wonder A. Alfaro 106
; 4-r-Don: Gfau G. Sanchez 108
5 Noticion Jv Phillips 112
1st RACi OF THE DOUBLE
.' .i v.v.j,. pwt $400.00
1 Ml tbcura t A, Lorless 102x
2 Vespucio "' A. Alfaro 113
3 Jump Quick F. Sanchez 103x
4 Tbnnderstreatf A.Vasauez 115
5 Del Vecind B. Baeza 118
6 tioble Fija J. Baeza 105
7 Deungalope A. Gonzalez 104
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Purso $500.00
1 Albina F. Alvarez 108
2 l oberia :' F. Sanchez lOTx
3 Plateado ' C. Farmer 110
4 Horacio G. Sanchez 111
5 Constantino A. Ycaza 112
6 Bucalemito A. Perez 115
8th Race Special Imp. i Fgs.
Purso SUO.oo
l Don Cirlo
A. Perez 110
2 Mama Lola
3 Calancha
F Alvarez 111
A. Vasquez 110.
O. Bravo 110
A. Ycaza 115-
B. Baeza 116
4 Valdma Jeep
5 Arposy Royal
6 Tatin
7 Colleen's Wish
E. Dario 113
8 Teddy A. Lorless J07x
fth Race Colts imp. 3-yoar I Fgs.
Horso Owner's Assoe'atlon, Classic
UNI
1 Bright Spur
2 Don Lucho
34-Brote
4 Dependable
5 Pan Tostado
6 Carcaman
A. Alfaro 118
B. Baeza 114
B. Aguirre 114
A. Vasquez 118
F. Alvarez 114
J. Ulloa 114
10 th Race 1st Serie Imp. 6 Fgt.
lWostigador
B.' Baeza 124
2 Melebdez
3 Bacancito
4 Embassy
5 Gramilla
J. Phillips 106
O. Bravo 116
F. Alvarez 108
F. Sanchez 97x
11th Rico 2nd
1 Al Justo,
2 Luciano
3 GobVzo
4 Michiripa
5 Gazapo
fcVLobo
7-Kadir
Series Imp. 7 Fgs
A. Perer 110
A. Valdivia 120
E. Dario 102
, J. Ulloa 108
B, Baeza 115
O. Bravo 108
A. Gonzalez 105
12th Race 8th Series Imp. 7 Fgt)
1 Grimilda A. AKaro 118
2 The Square A. Lorless 101
3 Zutphen J. Baeza 104
4 Cambrioleur ; J. UHoa ll3
5 Camberwell A. Gonzales 100
RACE : -s 3.Year-01ds

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1st Race 7th. 5rios Imp. Fgs.
Pool Closos 1:00 1
CKOULD SCORE AT 1RICE
Usually disappoints
4-5
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10-1
1.10-1
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51
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--Usually refuses
-Rates outside .chance
2nd Race 4th Sorios Imp.! 7 Fgs.
Pool Clo$ 1:30 i .v
Nothing to indicate r 15-1
-Returns from layoff 3-1
Has good workouts 5-2
Must go lower 25-1
Not against these ) v 10-1
Reportedly ready ' 2-1
Form indicates t 2-1
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root wioms
In fight to f nish
Could surprise v
;rt3-2
"10-1
EVEN
. 5-2
10-1
Form indicates
Rates good chance'
Always uhpredictable
Good early speed
QUINIELA
Pool Closes 2:30
Could score here
' 8-1
EVEN
10-1
52
25-1
" 20 t
- 8-1
Better than ever
Suddenly gone sour
Usually close un
Longshot possibility
WrtuH nav iv,"v odds
Not ing i indicate
Purs $375.00 Pool Clot.it .3:00
Looked good in last 15-1
Form indicates EVEN
Improved in last .!.., v- 3-2
4-Met interference -3-2
i-Could come to life 3-2
6h Raco 7th Series Imp. e Fgs.
Pool Closes 3:4n
Early speed only
Back in best form
Early speed; quitter
UVurns 'n pood shane
Will be hard to beat
-Rates rooi chance
Is wor h a bet
101
3?
15-1
3-1
3- 2
4- 1
5- 1
7h Race 5th Sris Imp. 7 Fgs
Pool Close 4-15 ?
Sizzling workouts
Not against these
Must go lower
May need th's one
Better this week
Should beat these
41
104
5-1
2-1
3-2
QUINIELA
Pool Closes 4:40 .-
Good early speed j
Better in workouts
Fracious; can run
Danger card t
Has good workouts
Mutuels favorite
5-1
4- 1
5- 2
5-1
,5:2
3- 2
4- 1
4-1
S:15
Cou'd make it here
Good, chance, here 't ;
Purto 42,000 : Pool Closet
Added $360.00
two :'
Must improve plenty
-Should win again
Remarklable improvement
Hard to beat: how
In fight to finish'
Rates good chance
3- 1
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2-1
5- 2
Purtt $1,000 Pool Closet
-J-Desp.te top weight
2-1
Distance handicaps
Hard to beat here
-Could make it now
Distance suits style
4-1
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EVEN
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Looks sharp in preps 3-1
.Valdivia gets break 3-2
-IWould pay off 50-1
Could surprise ,4-1
Jockey makes difference t "7-5
Enjoying best form 5-t
Would pay fat odds 15-1
Purse J400.00 Pool Cio
Form indicates EVEN
Would pay nice price 10-1
Early speed only l 8-1
No. 1 con'ender v 6-5
Improved in last S 1'

ComiMot

OGIATION CLSIC

Imported i 8
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Venliiri, Burke Tie
With Nakamura For
Lead IriJapan Open
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TOKYO- (UPI) Ken .Venturi
and Jackie Burke took their first

look at the 7,255-yard Agamihara
Country,-Club course rriday out
played-ft like a Jamiliar United
States layout to remain tied with
Pete Nakamura for .first place in
the Japanese Opes golf, cham championship.
pionship. championship. ' ; '(
Each of the three leaders shot
one-under-oar 73's on the long
rnnrsA to- brin their 54-hole to-
tals to 217. The 33 entrants shifted
w
to the Agamihara -course for the
two final rounds after playing the
first 36 holes at the Tokyo Coun Country
try Country Club. . v
Venturi, 27-year-old K San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco professional, amazed v the
3,000 fans with his long,- accurate
iron shots. He matched nar on
the first 17-holes and ; collected
a birdie on the : par five 18th.
Venturi's approach on the final
green waS too strong but the ball
hit the pin -and dropned inches
from the hole. He sank the short
putt for his 73.
Field & Stream
EVEN SINKERS COME
CATALOGUED
By AL McCLANE v
' ; Fishing .Editor
..SINKERS come in all shapes and
size from tiny pea-shaped split split-Shot
Shot split-Shot used by pan-fishermen to the
huge -drails -dropped Jby commer commercials
cials commercials on the OonUnen al ,Sheit. All
are designed for one purpose, to
get bait down to the fish. Which
sinker, to i use depends on a varie variety
ty variety of factors.
If you fire fishing on the off offshore
shore offshore banks for cod and the tide
is running slrong the' four-ounce
pyramid sinker favored by beach
casters won't hold bottom. The
chances are. .it will take eight
ounces oi diamond, sinker to keep
the, bait anchored.
Weight is one factor and shape
is also important. There a r e
streamlined sinkers used lor tour tournament
nament tournament casting, and special pur purpose
pose purpose sinkers like the Dipsey,
which is moldeu in al punching
bag shaDe to preyent snagging in
rocks. The drail is a' large hook
with the lead molded over the
shank, and I have seen these us used
ed used foe fish up to a thousand
pounds in, weight giant sea bass
and martin. Hook and sinker are
together to, prevent these power powerful
ful powerful fish from snagging the sinker
in the bottom.
. There are special purpose sink
ers. The trolling type is slim in
shape foe easy passage through
the wf er. has a snap at one end
and' swivel, at the rpther. TroU-;
ing sinkers get the bait down and
wnen it's in motion, ttiey prevent
line twist. The egg sinker is for
speciaVs's also: the line can-be
passed, through the eggr so that
after -a cast, is made the biting fish
won't, feel its weight. As the fish
nibbles, at vhe bait the line moves
without resistance.
The most widely used sinker$
are the pyramid far surf casting,
the bank sinker for general salt saltwater
water saltwater fishing, and the split shot
lor most freshwater work.
Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO
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r 2 Manandoagua
3 Carmelita "(
!4 Bosilongo
5 Pilluelo
6 Del Vecino
7 Bucemito
8 Tatin 1
v Don Lucho
10 Embassy ()
11 Gazapo -,
12 Grimilda
Red Label
San Vicente
Daniel
Golden Wonder
Vtpucio
- Horacio
Argoty Royal
Pan Tostado
Hostigador
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CambrioleuHo
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Football
PRINCETON. TSJl tirt la
(UPI) Princeton gained sweet
revenge for last year's- stunning
unset defeat against Cole-ate bv
crushing the red raiders, 40-13,
waay .wiui a mgn-gearea attack
touched off by third-string tail tailback
back tailback Hugh Scott, of Weuesley,
Mass. - r
WEST POINT, N.Y., Oct. 18
(UPI) Army's Undefeated
football forces upheld their
ranking as the nation's No, 7
team today when they played
straight -football to drub out out-manned"
manned" out-manned" Virginia,? 35- before
a capacity crowd of 27.000 at
scenic;, sun-swept. Mlchle sta
dium. N : . ';
t i l t B it
'. PHTLADELPHIA, Oct. 18 (UPI)
Larry Purdy, a Junior quar
terback wtio demoted himself
td the Junior' varsity, to gain
game experience last season.
tossed two touchdown passes to
third-string end Terry Ward In
the fourth nerlod today to give
Perm a 21-20 victory over Brown
for its first win of theseason.
EVANSTON, 111.. Oct. 18
(UPI)-- Northwestern, for yean
the football doormat of. the big
ten, nulled the rag out from un-
aer Micnwan tooay.' oo-24.)( scor
Ins: its first victory over-' the
Wolverines In seven years
COLUMBUS, Ohio. Oct. 18
(UPI) -'Ohio State unleashed
a seven' touchdown barrage a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Indiana today to take a
49-8 big ten victorv before
sellout crowd of 82,964. ,
SOUTH BEND, Ind. Get. '18
(UPIV Monty Stickles scored
touchdown and kicked -a" field goal
The dividends;
First- Raee
1 Hermelina $3.60, $2.60
2 The Gipsy $3.80.,-
Si
, v Second Race
-Trlrrp.mfr $.1 SO $2 A(i 1 1
1 2 Now Then $2,150 1
First Double: $6.20
Third" Race
1 Marcelita $8.60, $3.20
2 Ciria $2.40
One-Two: $18.40
- Fourth Race
1 Identica $7-00, $3,40
2 FoUetito $5.00
Quiniela: $14.00
' 1 Fifth Race ,,,,
1 Romancero $2.80, $2.20
v 2i-Abolengo $2.40
, Sixth Race
1- -Chacotero $4.20, 120
2 Maria Stuardo $9.60 -
' Seventh Race
- 1 Maese $4.20, $3.40
2 Palave' $7.40
Second Double: $10.60
Eighth Race
1 1-Plch.otd $3.00, $2.40
. 2 Tlngat $10.00
Quiniela: $18.60
Ninth Race
r 1 Crltico $8.40, $5.60
, 2 Posiblemente $4.60
1 One-Two: $31.60
Tenth Race
1 Surumeno $20.20, $8.60
. 3 Sputnik $5 60 -v ,
, Eleventh Race '""
1-Slcabu.( $7.20, $3.20
2 Vergnlaux $2.60 o'
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today1 to score all the winner!

points for a 8-7 Notre Dame victo

ry over underdog Duke before S9, v
068 fans.

PITTSBURGH, Oct 18 (UPI); V V-Junior
Junior V-Junior quarterback- Ivan Toicie ''
threw touchdown oasses of 71 and S

8 yards today .and then intercept-

eo a lasi-secona west Virginia
pass in the end zone to give Pitt-"
sburgh a 1S-8 victory. ;
-'VILLANOVA," Pa., 1 Oct 18 J r
(UPI) Dick Keyser's H yard u r
field goal in the second period pre-,
vided- the victory margin today -as
yiHanova, upset Wake Forest'!

iuaereua am 9-7. t

" SYRACUSE, N.Y., Oct-18 US
(UPI) Quarterback Chuck 23m. (
merman ran for one touchdown
and passed for two more today to -lead
powerhouse Syracuse to its
second straight lopsided triumph! -a
38-0 rout of Nebraska before!
crowd of 22,000 at Archbold,1
Stadium, ,
- ? 1
.BOSTON, Get 18 (UPI) -Cent--
Wayne Berfield .ran an--in.
tercepted pass back 98 galloping
yards for. a touchdown today -lo
give penn state's battering ram
backs a bit of relief en route to a
34-0 victory over Boston Universi.
v.
ANOVER N.H. Oct. 18 (UPI)
-Substitute fuHback John Espsito
ran 81 yards with a blocked field
goal attempt in the third quarter
to giVe.Holycross a 14-8 victory
over Dartmouth and hand.the In'
dians their first .defeat ,
POE11 WRITES 1 '
CAMBRIDGE;, Mass' ,-(NEA)
Massachusetts Institute of Techno,
lbgy may not have it goateed foa. 1
lie of 1957 oecer fame, -but ;thi
Beavers boast a poets' netminder.
Rudy (The Beard) Segovia, who4
last J yeai; held the .opposition
scoreless for' 242 "'minuted' until

ue wavea on nif foaree. wai
nkhm 7,. I.!. J
huis. He isir",f,'ia'JtrmA.t3Tr
u wuo is an actor, piaytgm
and author of
French poetry.
two volumJ

'"And "a very MjHfraSM'
says Coach Chark'v Matter man.
Also on the club are the foreign
veterans; Fouad Maloof of Lpba.

non, Ghana's Kens Evans-Lutter-
odt, Brazil's Manny iPenna and
two KoreansioSunggi. Chung and
Dait Rhee, v i

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REDS FILED. 1
NEW YORK (NEA) Jlnitfty
Pykes, who had been' a coacM, un under
der under Birdie Tebbetts,", wanted., tp
manage the Cincinnati Reds.1
After 19 years of managing in
Chicago, Philadelphia and BaltU
more, the old third baseman said;
"I'U never do it again If I- have
to take" a lousy club." v
' Reminded of that, : Dykes' said,
"But this is not a lousy club" y
How did' Dykes account for the
success of the Redlegs under' hit
management? i

"l held a meeting right away i
and told those guys, '-'You can't
hurt me; but you can hurt. your.
selves.' Frankly I don't care.?
SERIES QFXUPSETS
. MINNEAPOUS (NEA) Far :

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the footbtll series between HU- i
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gt'KP AT, .OCTOBER M, 1951

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2 US Fern i.YouIhs
To J Six-;
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" Twfr young ambassador from
.farms in the U.S. arrived in Pa Panama
nama Panama on Tuesday."' to- spend six
monthi living and working on
' farms under the International
"farm Youth Exchange (IFYE), a
v people-to-people program for pro pro-motiqf
motiqf pro-motiqf .'Merstanding. and friend
shi between s the two- American
republic. -
v They. are Misr Marjoric .Dunn
f Hornall N Y., and James Mil
vler Cflrvdon,-' Both are 22 earsi
of ase; Mim Dunn is the first prl

x to yisit Panama under fhe IFY(b pface on the liqed stadium crao crao-v
v crao-v ?rberam.". ; I grss. ,The oollegesr be maintains,
., Miss Dunn tas been Uvt tn,J un tn china their en
i 4-H Club work and has studied i re cnn8f e,r efl

horn economics at State -Univer

. sitv. College fo.'Teariiers.i where

' "fpr'tia's lived on a farm- all his
dife and tjrs fiad :experie'ncp with
beef and dairy cattle, as well as
J v poultry,, swine an cereal -crops.
" Their trio to Panama !s being
financed entirely by contributions
'from individuals, local groups, and

business and Industry., The Par
- -.-American Chemical Corp, who

" agent in Panama is" Henry. Fora
B. of Aeenciss Haeux, S.A.. has

" hlnpri tn fnsko oosslble Milier's

. irip rnrougn a KTam w me iaiHuu
al 4-H Foundation.
V The visjjt of t the" U. S.: young

the visit to. the- United State ; of

" Cadmir Donoso-G. and Mis

Helidee" Pinzon V; They will -re-lirrf-to
Panartia innate October. k
x This Is the KM' anniversary of

. the International Farm Youth Ex-
ehange.- Through 1958 more than
,two thousand young ambassadors
have been exchanged between the
' iUnlted" States' and 60" countries,
- -throughout the world,1 ;
';in the United States the IFYE
- program is conducted by the Na-
'. tfanol A.tf- VnnnHtlnn niT tho A.

cricultural Extension Service, ,-w
in Panama the exchange is con
,ducted by' Divulgaci6n AgfcoU
n panarnl,'
Alabama Supreme

yHA1NK,UR'f7! Fllfill l
The bodies o' six -Ai 1 uw" 1"
Jf. jj-Si.jO
' MEM IS.-IUPD- Former
amateur golf -star 'Hillman Rcb Rcb-l'a.
l'a. Rcb-l'a. pins Jrwas to arrive here today
yeterd'Mv"" South Carolina Air Force
nip.Jt.'i t& aphlication to enter
the, po 4 ..Circuit T k f f-,
, f-, .n tt vi ; -!
i Qbbins,' 1957.,- national amateur
'champion, t U cned t professional
Thursday.- The 26-year'0ld Jieuten Jieuten--
- Jieuten-- ant, satdif felfc di;wo.'d.tiever e
aatisfied until I tried professional
golf." 1 -
Robblns, a Walker Cup team

. memer m s ana mm, ma me
United States Amateur Golf Assti.
-wf-Wf. swi-ch.to pro rank ia a
letten
?'lti wi'h regret 'that I Va the
amateurTank,"1 Koobins1 wrote.
'-"'I want "V thank the USGA for

- a'l he- flonors- mat i, -nave re received.",
ceived.", received.", .' .T r i If
Rabbin'' will be", here on : a
' week's furlough, and will apply

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V,.cBt.from certif-V,.cBt.from the Professional Golf Golf-f
f Golf-f ri Assit; h-W -' ''''

'i After applying, Robbing must
w., six months before he can
; take, nrizi monev' ia a PGA tour-
' Hyf-He will recMve his Air -Force
, discharge-.Mar 29t after hu.wa.r
; -ing period, has expired.
HA$ POUR WINNER
W CHICAGO (DPI) Jockev Tony
skoronski booted home four win
ners sportsman nark Thurs
, day. Skoronski won the first threi
: -nce on "the day' 'program and
scored his fourth in the eighth.

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' By JIMMY BR2SL1N
ANNAPOLIS, Md1: (NEA) -nThls
is a college football season note noteworthy
worthy noteworthy for- ivy reasons.: Fori one
tiling this faU marks 4 he 25th an anniversary
niversary anniversary qf repeal.- Which- is, if
you have ever sat oh a piece of
splintery board through four quar quarters,
ters, quarters, the iiore 'important by- far.
. The : other, w are adivsed by
Navy's Eddie- ErdelaU; is taking
t re outlook on the sport. They have
not gone so far as to tolera e or ordinary;
dinary; ordinary; students on .squads, but Ss
each Erdelati sees it huge
strides have been- made- nonethe
less

' "The "jitterbug- defense" t hejnot only" keys the play, by doing

says, in a reirence -to his own
creation, "has changed the game.
From now ai everybody will be
playing a wide-open style. Army
with that lonesome end flanker,
aud. Oklahoma, Wfth its s spread
stuff,' are outstanding examples.
By next year everybody will be
doing It.-': a
''The jitterbug raises so much
trouble with .regular attacks that
something had to' be done. So
they "started- looking to -burn us
out on the outside. It is the ob
vious way to combat the ; jitter jitterbug.
bug. jitterbug. Spread out and loosen up the
whole thing."
-The jitterbug, as -viewed from
the stands, is V an orderly- con
glomeration of linemen and liner
backers hopping in and, out; aide
Cardinals Buy
Strikeout King
0fC6asti.esgue
ST. LOUIS (UPn-Left-handed
hurler Marshall Bridees.' strikeout
king of the Sacramento club and
the Pacific Coast League last sea season,
son, season, today was the new property
of the St'. Louis Cardinals.
The Redbrrds announced
Wednesday night they bought the
contract of the 6-1, 180-pouna we-
gro, who fanned 20? in 232 innings
this past, summer, f :- -
Bridges. 27-year-old '.hative of
Jackson, Miss.j-appeared in 35
eames. hacr a 46-11 teeord and a
3.65 earned 'run a vera eeVlh 3 1955,
his third year of organized Base
ball, he had a 14-3 marx ana iea
the West Texas- New Mexico
League in strikeouts' with 177.
Whatever
Happened to .
- Sal YvarsV'tf native New; York
er, achieved on of his boyhood
ambitions bv sticking v with the
New York baseball Giants for
seven seasons' as ;catcher, But
his dreams of stardom never quite
came off. Stockv Sal was second-
string first to Walker Cooper and
later to Wes Westrum and spenf
more time warming up pitchers
then be did behind the bat
competition., However, Sal wa
rieoendable reDlacement and i con contributed
tributed contributed a .317 betting average in
the 25 clutch came he played' for
the 1951 world champs. He cauaht
66 games the following year, his
busiest.- but Kit only .245. In 195J
he was sold to the Cardinals and
Arrives
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Jitterbug t

to side, in a continuous flow of
movement which never' really
seemt o. slop, until the ;. ball has
been snapped and the play is on,'
It mx. done basically to confuse
offensive blocking; A tackle will
be in his place, when the other
team "breaks from "the huddle. By
the t ine they reach the line of
scrimmage, the tackle will be 'a
linebacker. At the snap, he ': will
be in tht tine, but a full step o o-ver1
ver1 o-ver1 from where be originally" be began".
gan". began". This' .Jumping is done by all
members ,of the Navy defending
line., .-i, -.'j'
it It can put. an intolerable load
on a blocketrj Erdelatz no esK ,M ,M-ny
ny ,M-ny times jan offensive lineman
will shift over a half leg or so to
.Y.'eet nearer Navv lineman." KHa
so. but makes it sitrmle matter
for' a linebacker. to barrel "Into the
backfieldw,r
"Th.y'trl.d-.vtrythlng," Eddie
says. -'Running plays on' the 'set,'
for example The opening X word
in a quarterback's chant.) But We
still "jifterbug.,, The 1 quarterback
has to inhale to say.'seL'' So we
jitterbug on the. inhale and are in
a completely i new set-up by : the
time the boy can croak the 'word,
- "The only ivay out' of it Is 'to
shoot forthe outside. I had a talk
with Bud Wilkinson tat .Oklahoma
on the phone, He's doing . things
he never tried before.. And I
know Red Blaik is at West Point.
'Flankers, pitch outs, outside
D'Amato Irked
For Continually
. By JACK CUOfDY
NEW Y O R"K (UPI) CUs
D'Amato clipped the wings of
Emil Lence today. 1
The fiery manager or Jf loya Pat
terson "announced that promoter
Lence has absolutely no author authority
ity authority to make a match for '.the
heavyweight cnampion."
Angry Cus added, "If there's
n match tn be made. I'll make
it-and If it's for New t York, I
may let Lence- promote, it. That
is if he conducts nimseu: prop
erly.? t '.fk
Stock,' white naired Dl'lmaTo
blamed Lence "for continually
popping' off? during the recent ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations for. a Patterson defense
at Madison Square Garden "and
putting me in an unfavorable
light" when the negotiations fiz
zled out on Tuesday. ..
Smallish,: dark"-- halre'd Emil is
the wealthy New York dress man
ufacturer, bowling alley tycoon
and independent fight promoter
soon called it quits, on his base baseball
ball baseball career. 1
Whatever happened to 'Sal
Yvars? ,Now 34,ne is -( employed
bv a brokerage office in West
chester County, just north nf New
York City..

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Defense

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s'uff, that's be 'the rule1. And the
jitterbug did it." 1 A ...
' As for repeal, Erdelatx profes'
ed ignorance of the lilvef anhi
versary' effect on crowds. There
appears, however, to be a power
ful drend toward vodka.- But, one
scout reports that; a visit .to Yale
Bowl found thf Ivy League the
stronghold of martim parties in
the parking lotshowing marked
preference for canned beer.
The recession was far -more se
rious, than we were led to believe.
At Emil Lence
Popping Off
who staged the Pattersod Hurrl Hurrl-cane
cane Hurrl-cane Jackson title fight at. the
folo Grounds. Julv '29. 1957. Pre
viously, during Patterson' early
professional days, Lence had
given Floyd fights St Brooklyn's
Eastern Parkway- ArJena, where
he promoted Monday night TV
bouts. -" .'
During D'Amato's bitter crusade
against the International Boxing
Club since Patterson became
Champion, Lence has been
"eastern promoter." '
But now pilot Cus a incensed at
the result of E fail's alleged ac actions
tions actions and statements during the
recent 11 weeks !of negotiations to
rent the Garden and stage a title
ent of the IBC.
D'Amato suffered a third-degree
burn Wednesday when Ned Irish,
executive vice president of the
Madison Square Garden Corp., an announced
nounced announced at a press conference
that Cus had kicked, away a rec record
ord record equalling guarantee of $300, $300,-ooo.
ooo. $300,-ooo. :
That's what Patterson would
have received from Gillette and
NBC for a .home-TV defense at
the Garden on Dec. 7.
''Had Patterson and I accepted
mat guarantee," cus stressed, "it
would .have meant we had : given
up our fight against the IBC for
money. And that we will never
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NEW YORK (NEA) About s

month ago, people started coming
up to Bobby Gleason, who is a
fight manager, and' telling blm
not to accept any matches for Ni Nino
no Nino Valdes, bis heavyweight v
""It looks like you are alL right,"
be was told,-.'."You'll ''.get a title
shot with Floyd Patterson at. Ma
dison Square Garden, in Decern'
uer.
Emil. Lence, the prmater, came
around and tied up Gleason for
the how. J
. "We was set,", Bobby says, "so
1 went to work. 1 take Nino up
to Saratoga Springs for the baths.
He don't like them. So we come
down again.'! vwant to please
him. I, fur three span-ing part partners,
ners, partners, $10 a day apices I hire
three, kid to "' paint my gym I
want 1 it clean ; looking for the
newspaper guy t. I buy. a load of
whiskey, to throw a party.V
i v t t
" flgvrtf I got Christmas made.
Around the fifth b- 12th of De December
cember December we get a big payday. I
figure -on it.
" "So now where am I? Not' a
word joff -CUa D'Ama'o. Emil
Lence- don't know anything. U
looks like 1 never get the fight
now, But we'll make Christmas.
We'll make it all right. Nino is
going to sell trees. I'll be v along alongside
side alongside him." : ....
' Glcason's title-shot-that hasn'-
appeared has the short, talkative
manager dizzy. Also a bit broke.
He! sits in his Bronx gymnasium
office all, day waiting for the phone
to ring. In the meantime, he
hopes and keeps turning down
marches, for Valdes.
'I'm'- .keeping him in- good
shape'. Bobby says.' "But it's kill killing
ing killing me. I can't sleep good at
night, I'm cranky with my wife.
And I must be in a grand, $1,200
in expenses already. Aint there
same way I can pull this thing
out and get the match?"
: In the, ways of D'Amato and his
heavyweight champion, nothing
gets done until they're, ready to
have it done. The reasons behind
waiting are usually hard to figure
out, Which is D'Amato' business,
of course. But this fact still doe's
not prevent outsiders from won wondering
dering wondering if he Is ever going to-match
his fighter without a battle.
The Valdes fight Seemed cer certain.
tain. certain. Ned Irish, of Madison Square
Garden went through negotiations
witliLence and the 'dates were
kept i open. Gleason started blow blowing'
ing' blowing' money.. The fight' .mob began
ta-speculate on, the affair.' f
i iThen a) B 'Amgto r promptly got
mad at Lence, -at least in public
print; for talking about the match
(b) Ingemar' Johansson KQ'd Ed Eddie
die Eddie Machen in a round and seem seemed
ed seemed to be a fine opponent 'for a
June match and (c) D'Amto be-,
came so interested in finding
something wrong with Johansson's
connections that tthe Valdes match
was forgotten, perhaps for good.
Left- was Gleason with a mess
of bills and Valdes eating' a if
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your hear when you pay the bill.'
Valdes, "through 'victories : over
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ReMir and Mfinhh RiHan fur fur-nirurt,
nirurt, fur-nirurt, compItU m wrapping,
fuinnMd wsrkmailihip, horn
delivery, ih wpair H
; htkn chsiM. Oppotit El Hotel
i Rooievelt. Jimmy.
Domestic Employment
. WANTED :-A od plain cook,
ply Mr, Payne 49 Street No. 1 0
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Catholic Daughters
;To Sponsor Day
Of Recollection
,A "'day of recollection," sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by ,the Catholic Daughters of
meiea, Court Sancta Maria, No.
447, will be held Saturday, at St.
Jkiar?'a School, Balboa,
v The retreat master will be the

Utt. James Murphy, pastor of St.
Mary's Mission.
The day will be'frin with mass at
8 o'clock in the' school Chapel and
jelose with benediction at 2:30 in
ithe afternoon.
An invitation is extended, to all
Catholic ladies. Reservations may
be made through Thursday, by
falling Balboa 2-1589; Balboa 2-13
"73 or Curundu 3184. .?

"GET gmeAMUNED" I
Excerciitog MaeMnea, Turkish
the MeLevy way. Bod Massage,
bath. Trained operator tor ladiea
and fenttemea. Oct results. ,,
MASS AGIT SALON
Services "SCHOLLSw
Products
LjL. areeinena Ave, Sim
ixei. a-zzu
' LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
' Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
tnr ff siiwl Infnrmntitm
Tel. Panama a-0552 .,
LIMA TOUR
' Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
', .and deluxe hotel
- $180
leave evy Tues. and Fri
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
$ for 5
IV mm Camera
f.,1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
Inlernaiiomd Jewelry
t 15$ Central Ave.
NEf"
' SHEEDLITE 40
i'OMY $2,.(0
BANTAMWEIGHT
. VONLX 2.3 Lbs.
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Panami 1
Colon
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Wo have a complete line of H1-FL
mad in Cermany; also iapetreoor
' machines, table radios and automatic changers.
i Come and see our new. line. Special prices'
' t for our CZvfrien.dsr.N),i('.; ;ii ;
Mucbleria CASA SPARTON
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FOR RENTH-Apartmeirr in he
but residential lection, '2 bed-'
too m, liy inf -dinin g room, k if if-chen,
chen, if-chen, ma'd'i room, etc. Aerou
the itreet front entrance t La
Salle College Tel. 17.727 from
8 :00 a.m. to 1 :00 p.m.
FOR ENT FumiaW,)!!, ,'
, bedroom apartment, garage. All
- convenience,. J 68 Via Belitario
Porrai. 'j-;'i'r.'fy:
FOR RENTBrand new two
bedroom apartment, for only $60,
at 50th; Stk aed Belisarlo Porrai. C
Furnithed if b'eiired. Call 3-482SorS-4511.
Leaving Isthmus: Best chance
now to gt a modern 1 bedroom
apartment in Belia Viita com completely
pletely completely furnithed, including linen,
kitchen utensils and telephone.
For furniture down payments and
monthly payments. Ready to
move in 1 November. Tel. 3 3-3484.
3484. 3-3484. FOR RENT: New apartments
Transisthmian higway. One bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, d'intngroom, kitchen, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, private parking exclusive,
terrace, call 3-7493, office hours.
FOR SALE: 1957 Mercury
Montciair, two door, hardtop. AH
accessories, phone Rodman 3674.
GIFTS FOR BUSINESSMEN
NEW YORK (UPI) -SmaLLbusi-ness
firms' withi- less than one
million dollars annual volume are
using Christmas business gifts as
good will builders this year, to a
greater extent than ever before,
according to (Ww"
Thomas Inc. advertising services
firm, indications are
companies will, account for 37 per
cent of the more than 400 million
dollar American business spends
for its vuletide presents, the firm
reported.
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LEAVE YOU AD WITH ONE OF CUE AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT M S H' STREET, FANAMA UBRESIA FREOADO- Street No. M ACENCIAS
INTERNAL DE Pl'BLICACJONES Ne. S Lottery Plata CA8A Z ALDO Cmtral Ave. U LOUBDES PHARMACY 182 U Carreaquilla FARMACIA LOM LOM-BABDO
BABDO LOM-BABDO No. 2 "B" Street MOBR1SON 4th of July Ave. at J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoll Ne 4 FARMACIA UTAOOS UMDOS 14 Central Ave.

FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS S Street Na.
ak
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue
ATH1S Beslda the Bella Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR .SALE: 1956 Ford Panel
Model F-1 6 cylinder, duty paid
a in xc'ellent condition. Phone 3 3-76C7j,
76C7j, 3-76C7j, Panama. ','.
' FOR SALE: Dauphine Renault
.' 1957, duty paid, 9ooi condition,'
$1095.00. Also 1949 Pontiac,
$100.00. Call Mr. Day, Quarry'
: Heighta 3197. Curundu 3140.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford ;Y-,
Custom 4 door, two tone, ona
owner. $1800, Balboa 2-988
800x La Boca.
LEAVING ISTHMUS. 56 Ford
Thuderbird, white, all extras,
Panama duty paid. 3-3484.
FOR SALE: Ford V-8, good
condition 1956. 5280 Diablo,
phone 2-3280.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet 4
door, station wagon, 9 passeng passengers,,
ers,, passengers,, power glide. Perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone 3-4823.
FOR SALE: Perfect 1957
Sweptwing' Dodge, hardtop, spe special
cial special tropic O.H., radio, w.s.w.,
power steering, powen'lyto .trans.
$1850 plus acceptable older car
2-6370
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford, four
door sedan, Fordomatic, two tone,
leather upholstery. Balboa 2-'
4149.
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: English saddle,
perfect condition; girl's bicycle,
fair condition; Sandalt 81 -bast
accordion with case, perfect con condition.
dition. condition. House 0930,: Amador
Road, Balboa.
FOR SALE: G.E. wringer wash washing
ing washing machine, $50.00, 60 cycles.
Call 2-2818.
FOR SALE: TV-CA 24" Ver Vernon.
non. Vernon. Very good condition. Call
Balboa 2708.
FOR SALE: Sewing machine,
Bell, portable $40; gray audo audo-graph
graph audo-graph recorder and accessories,
$200, Balboa 4273.
FOR SALE: 12 shares 10
prefered. Finanzas with 6 shares
common. Call 3-7833.
FOR SALE:- 32 grades Masonic
ring. Tel. 2-1630.-
C H R I ST MA S CARDS
The largest and finest assortment
with Views of Panama and the
Canal Zone, with Greetings in
English and Spanish and several
languages.
Wholesale and Retail Cards
from 5c. to 25c, We havf been
supplying Panama and the Cawal
Zone, far over 25 years with these
popular Cards and new views and
designs every year
FOTO PLATA 1
PAN A M A
..Via Porras 95 Tel. Panama
3-0618
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
O F Fi E R S MISCELLANEOUS
EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,,
lic,, public,, will be received until 9:30
a.m., October 24, 1958, in the
office of the Superintendent,
Storehouse Branch, Balboa, for
blast hole drills, drill sharpening
machine and accessories, skid skid-mounted
mounted skid-mounted core drill, air compres compressors,
sors, compressors, motor generator Sets, cen centrifugal
trifugal centrifugal pumps, switch gears and
relays, two tank trucks and
a furniture van. For further in information
formation information and copy of Invitation
No. S-58-423, contact office
of Superintendent, Storehouse
Branch, telephone Balboa 1086.
FOR SALE: New Hammond
organ (home model), r. speak speaker,
er, speaker, 20 watts, $2800. House
0429-L.
FOR SALE: 28" English make
boy's bike, Releigh. Lionel elec electric
tric electric train set, "0" : gauge. One
combination, radio phonograph
console. Call Balboa 2325. House
0950 Amador Road.
FOR SALE: Pianos B. 125.00.
Girl's English riding boots, sixe
4AA $J5.00rCall 2-1539,
NEW TYPING CHAMP
TOKYO (UPI) The Cbmmu
nist New China news agency. said
ian Indian typist named Nilakhe
had set a new world record by
typing 145.9 English words a mm
ute. The old record,: J42.2 wovds
a minute, was set by Albert Tan
gora of the United States, it said
The typewriting championships
were held in New Delhi last Au
gust but results were announced
only this week: the agency said.
"HONG KONG' TV
Telephone No. 1624, Colon
Office Honrs front; Monday
throuth Saturday1 (nntil
further notice):
8:00 ajn. fo 2:00 p.m.
Please no not call after
' 8:00.. .m,:
Factory

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1- COLON OFFICE: Uth Street and Amador Guerrero Na. 1C221.

J Home Articles
FURNITURES BARGAINS!
Floor samples.
Soma (lightly damaged mostly
new, f-
Heywoed "Wakefield Furniture
Trapicat style Rattan, spring
cushions, chair upholstered in
. fine covers) :'',1r;
. : ',
1 3019 1 Piece Sofa t
Regular Prima v $249.95
Special frlca r $106.00
4 92757 Wrought Iron
Patio Chalrt. ; r
Reinforced plastic cushion.
Regular Price V $22.95
Spacial Priea $11.47
2 3001-1, Living Raom
Chair Lawson Style. Washable
plastic upholstered.
Regular Price,', $27.50
Special Price : $19.00
1 -.' 3001-$ Sofa af solid
wood construction.
-Upholstered in washable plas plastic.
tic. plastic. Regular Price : $44.95
Special Prica ; $35.00
4 14001 5 Piece Dining
Room Set.
Mahogany chain and table.
Plastic upholstery.
Regular Prica $99.95
Special Prica $77.00
1 Special 3 Piece Bedroom
Sef. ;
Bookcase bed and 2 night
tables.
Mahogany.
Regular Prica $179.95
Special Prica $ 99.00
4 3065 72" Sofa-Plaitic
upholstery.
Reinforced in various colors.
Regular Price $109.95
Special Prica $ 88.00
6 4005 Sofa Bed Easy
to convert.
Sturdy rigid frames.
Made in the United States.
Regular Prica $139.95
Special Price $ 99.00
1 3018 Sofa for J
Persons I
Regular Prica $199.95
Special Price $ 99.00
7 11017
upholstery.'
Regular Price
Special Prica
Chair, plastic
$31.95
$15,98
8 11018 Plastic uphol upholstered
stered upholstered armed chair,
Regular Price $41,95
Special Price $20.98
8 1 Jol98 Plastic uphol upholstered
stered upholstered captain's chair.
Regular Prica $41.95
Special Prica $20.98
THESE SPECIALS
ON SALE AT OUR
LOS ANGELES. STORE
DON'T WAIT!.
USE SEARS EASY
TERMS.
SEARS ROEBUCK, S.A.
FOR SALE: 3-pieee sofa set,
0932, Amador 'toad.
FOR SALE : Never V used gas
stove and 30 gallon glass-lined
water heater. In orig carton.
$100.00 each, Curundu 3281.
FOR SALE Round oak table,
six chairs;, blonda .finish, $50.
2308-B Lai Cruees, Balboa 3715.
FOR SALE: New 60 cycle Cei Cei-ing
ing Cei-ing fan, call Balboa 3028.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 60
cycle, sanitary,:' stainless steel
interior, miscellaneous household
items; Gamboa 389. i
FOR SALE: 3 piece mahogany
living room sat, plastic cushions.
6418 Dos Bocas, Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Apt. sixe 60-eycle
stove, good condition. Tel. 3 3-0940,
0940, 3-0940, between 3-5 any day.
FOR SALE: Washing machine,
60 cycle, baby bed. Balboa 2 2-4491.
4491. 2-4491. rrt?&Z.y v
FOR SALE: Refrigerator. A
bargain for $25.00. 168 Via
Belisario Porras, apartment Na. 3.
FOR SALE: Three years old, 9
cu. ft., Nerge, $180.00, Magic
Chef gas stove, $35.00. Call 3 3-0010,
0010, 3-0010, Ext. 43.
FOR SALE: Double bed, dres dresser,
ser, dresser, baby seal, baby wardrobe,
and TappaM stove. Phone Balboa
2-6355.
SWEETEST COMEBACK
I CHICAGO (UPI) The Retail
Candy Store Institute Thursday
Honored New York Yankee Man
ager Casey Stengel for "the aweet-
est comeback of the year' Sten
gel will receive' a case of choco
lates for his achievement.
Needs the Services of a

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dela Oasa Ave. no. I ruiu uunix

WANTED
Wanted smooth tiras, suitable, for
reconstruction. Reconstructed
Kacieaal. Para Avanua ,..7.
Phone 2-0406..
WANTED: North American
family wants three-bedroom ehen
let with yard. Call phone 3-7547,
Defense Costs Up,
Quarles Declares
HOT SPRINGS, Va. (UPIV
Acting Defense Secretary Donald
A. Quarlesj said yesterdiV. that
rising defense costs Would force
the armed forces to hand Vresi Vresi-dent
dent Vresi-dent Eisenhower a itepped-up mi military
litary military budget for fiscal 1960.
He did not say specifically how
much the military services : will
need next year above the $40,750,
000,000 earmarked for the 1959
fiscal year which ends next June
30. But he did say the increase
should not be more than $ per
cent, and possibly less, ..
Quarles' statement came- In the
face of a warning by the Pres-;
ident at his Wednesday news con-
ference tha. government agencies
"contemplate spending too, much
money." He called on them to re re-member
member re-member "such words as thrift
and economy." However, he did
not single out any specific
agency.
Quarles, attending a meeting of
the CQmmerce Deparmen:'s Bus
mess Advisory Council at this re resort
sort resort area, indicated that the
Budget Bureau had suggested a
dollar ceiling for the new defense
budget, now being prepared.
Asked. whether the Whi'e House
or Budge Bureu had proposed a
defense cei'ing, he said : the bu bureau
reau bureau "has its own plan.". But he
added that "we ar going to pre present
sent present to President Eisenhower the
budget we think is right." i
... Quarles said the United States
will have to spend increasing
sums for. military preDaredness so
long as the Soviets keep pressing
the cold war. The only chance he
saw for any. significant- cut -was
a disarmament agreement ith
the Communists. r
"If they keen behaving the way
they have," he said, "and. the re
is no reason to expect they
won't," this i country's military
outlays will continue to rise.
Also pushing up defense spend spending,
ing, spending, he said, are rising costs and
the need to keep enough trained
men in service to assure the abil ability
ity ability for Instant retaliationiin the
event of armed aggression. ;
The President said at. his news
conference that he as determined
to get government s p e n d i n g
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wanted by American company.
Must speak and write English and Spanish fluently.
Must be able handle all. accounting matters in Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. Mail application to Box 1682, Panama. Indicate
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(MONDAY V- ONE. SHOW ONLY l7:00)

Frank SINATRA Tony CURTIS Natalia WOOD1
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PARAISO

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"Land of The Fharoahs"

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Commercial Sites
large space with drive 'in door,
suitsbla for shop or storage. Also 7
, largo office space or bachelor :
' apartment at TI-132, 4th of
July Avanua. Inquire, anitor or
.. phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966. ..
. Mercedes Building. Da luxe cent-
' mercial and affica building. Am i
pie parking apace. Night watch- f
: man.. Modarat rents. Balboa
Avanua, aaxt tef aunt echool.t
fc Ricardo A v Mire S. A. Tel,,
2-3436. T j
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Grande Flood
Victims Evacuated
RIO- GRANDE CITY. Tex
WPl) .AnsUmated 5.000 per
ions left their homes yesterday on
both sides of the rampaging Rio
Grande, many w a 1 k i n g along i
highways knee deep in muddy
flood waters.
The little town of La Grulla,
Tex., was the latest ta t begin
evacuating its residents about
1,000.
Starr County Deputy Sheriff
Elias Solis said water .was 2.5
feet' deep in- some parts of the
town. Jtesidents wee leaving by
truck and by fooL : (, ,-The
The ,-The Rio Grande. $ which sepa-.
rates the United States and Mex
ico, was five miles wide in places
and a total of about 11,000 per persons
sons persons had left their homes on the
U.S. and Mexican, sides this week.
About 3,000 U.S. citizens and
some 2,000 Mexican citizens fled
their homes yesterday.
At.Reynosa, Mexico, about 3, 3,-000
000 3,-000 persons1 had t been evacuated
during the eek to schools,
churches and homes of friends.
The Mexican government allocat allocated
ed allocated $50,000 for relief to the home homeless.
less. homeless.
The flood ,. which has not yet
claimed a life, endangered about
8,000 more parsons and heavy
rains still ran off the Rio Grande
watershed northwest of here,
. The community of Abram, SO
miles to the southwest, was Iso
lated yesterday after a levee broke
two miles above the town,, its
1,200 residents,- who refused.! to
board National Guard trucks sent
to evacuate them Thursday, wait
ed in line for truck transportation
vsterdav.
Others left by cars, whose? drlvi-
ers- braved bumper-deep water on
the town's only: available road,
and still others, carrying their
belongings on their backs, were
walking to safety.
"down to the last cent, that I
think is needed for the security
and safety and essential services
in the United States."
7:00
GAMBOA i
' Mario Lanza
1
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Peeeie Castle
"THE SEVEN HILLS OF
ROME" (Color) ('
7:00
Margarita 2:30, 8:15, S:20
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Gary Cooper Diane Varsi
"10 NORTH FREDERICK"
1 In Cinemascope 1
A: AIR CONDITIONED
2:30 5:30 8; 30 p.m.
0Da,
7:00
SANTA CRUZ
7:00
Karl Maiden, Natalie Wood
"BOMBERS B 62"
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Real Estate
'i FOR SALE: Lot 500 and 1.000 1
r. meter, in the Nueve Hipodrom
Urbanisation, across the Reman
Racetrack. All lots with street
;i fronts sewage, water mah and i.
electricity. Call W.- McBarneM.
Tel. 3-256T.
FOR SALE: Farm Arraijan '9.
hectares, two story house, fruit
trees, ready for chichen- business,
American neighbors. Information ,'
. Balboa,,! 31 7. h
Boats" & Motors
'JFOR SALEt-Boat, trailer,. motor
complete, 2-1569, Balboa...
FOR SALES f boat, traileiv new t
35 Johnson,. 8 m.m. under water
camera Tat.' 2-2589. -

Stocks Surge :J6) New Highs
i IhkSpecfdculm Session

'ICt'
' NEW ''YORK '(UPI)' -r' Stocks
surged u new all-time highs- yes
terday in a fpectacular; session
which dwarfed the heavy :i mid midweek
week midweek selling. ' 4
A, j.:. ....i.
, Activity waa at a pace that keot.
reporting tickers late much oft he
day and rolled up, a 5,360,00tf
share total that was the heaviest
since Sept. 27, 1 1955, the second
session after President .Elsenhow .Elsenhower's
er's .Elsenhower's .heart attack,
The rise added more lhan it
billion to the value of .all listed
shares for a two-day 'recover' of
well over $4 billion. The- market
action was in? line with whtl
many ot the experts) predicted
.would happen once the antic
ipafed margin jise -was an accom accomplished
plished accomplished fact. ,
Heavy realizing on Tuesday, and
Wednesday, it was. saidr was
prompted- in-large part by antic anticipation
ipation anticipation of the margin increase
which t took effect Thursday with
a rise from 70 to 90 per centt
The, recovery ; was helped a,long
able reception'' of new model
autos,' indfeations of higher doo-
pec prices aKetfd, 'some favorable
corporationT e p or t s -(LorlUard,
Colgate) and dividend news (a
three-for-one split and increased
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vSIJNDAT,fcCTOBEB 11,1951

THE SUNDAY. AMERICAN V
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Shopping Early? Remembe

'Gals With Beads And Bags

A-modern Christmaf ean- fce
joy or a burden. The difference
lies in planning. ; And sine wo women
men women do about 90 per cent of all
Chriitmn ihopplng, the job of
planning fal'i to them.
Findina eifts for the gall on
- you list Is easy if yott start early
enough. If you- make out- a list
well' in advance and jo down aft after
er after each name the approximate
. . 1 A WAii'n
! amount you want mi cyum, jvf
-"in businesi.-f'.iWvH 1
More than ever this year, gifts
of fashion will be popular. Aside
from the fact that every woman
tovea pretty things to wear, the
size- factor has been-: removed
from many fashion items. Stretch
gloves anckbosiery tagged smal,
medium or large .take the guess-
. work out af many hitherto risky
gift possibilities
- Newes fashion gift to sdve-the
sixa problem : is. the stretch glove
for all hand sizes 4n lesther, wool
or Mtin. Stretch gloves have been
on the murket for some time, but
hot la- sarin and leather- These
'. come- in high fashion colors and
In s'yles for everything from sports
to evening wear,;
The wig cap turns up for Christ Christ-rasi
rasi Christ-rasi giving in brignt clipped wool
yarn and in. one head sise. It cov covers'
ers' covers' the hair completely and has
velvet bow trim.
There's no guesswork at all in
buying, handbag either for day day-time
time day-time or evening use. It She likes
her handbags big. this is the
Chris, mas to give her a
leather handbag; There are ma many
ny many sophisticated versions of the
tote bag in the stores. Most of
, these have inner i pper compart compartments
ments compartments to hold papers and all of
the oddments a woman accumul accumulates.
ates. accumulates.
For evening, .pick the prettiest
beaded big you can find. This
year there are many of them, done
in white seed pearls with pale
pastel trim.
Costumt jewelry is a ; gift that
rates high with most women.
This Christmas the short four four-strand
strand four-strand bib in git tering crystals
or a combination of crystals and
Budget Stretch
To Japanese
y CAY PAULEY
TOKYO (UPI) The method of
keeping house differs but the prob prob-em
em prob-em of keeping the budget is the
- same for the homemaker here as
in the United States making in income
come income balance outgo.
I was a cuest for tea in the
.home of Mra. 'Takeshi Nakagawa,
wnose husband is an executive of
the Meiji Confectioners (crackers,
candy, gum, etc.) -but whose in income
come income compares pretty closely with
that of our middle-income group
"in the United States.
Mrs. Nakagawa, who has three
grown children, all single, consent consented"
ed" consented" to have her husband's income
and the family spending habits
discussed, aitnougn most Japanese
households consider these things
their own business. Period.
Her husband earns between 80, 80,-000
000 80,-000 and 100,000 yen a month, or
about 225 to $275. Out bf this
come food, clothing, utilities, up upkeep
keep upkeep o( One Japanese make car,
'nd jTOSt of sending the two young-eR-children
a son, Hironobu, 20,
. aflfl -daughter, Kikuko, 18, to
Hoseii University. The older daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Kayoko, 22, already is through
college and working as a steward stewardess
ess stewardess for Japan Air Lines.
Does kayoko conWibute to the
family bhdget? t'Not'a cint,!' said
Mrs. iNjiikagawa.1! But the small;
plump woman said it with great
good humor, -:i and added 'Sh
says she is saving: for a fancy
trousseau." .-".,.
Mrs. Nakagawa-knows only a
few wbrds of English, I'm in the
same boat witfi Japanese,' SO her
bi-Iingualdaughter translated fot
US. jf - -"'
The laltagiwi family owns its
own homes a modest six room
house set dn a small, enclosed
garden on the outskirts of Tokyo.
It has kitcheU living room and
dining room combination, three
bedrooms and one baUi. :
The furnishings were Western-
style to the extent that the living
area naa sota ana cnairs, tne oin oin-inii
inii oin-inii area was equipped with table
and chain comparable to sets of
stainless steel or aluminum in the
states; the kitchen had a refriger refrigerator:
ator: refrigerator: electric iron. cas ranse.
washing machine. 'and sink with
cold water tap only; Most Japa Japanese
nese Japanese homes are without running
hot water.- '. i
But typically Japanese was the
open, airy look of the house no
standard type doors, but instead
a scrim like 'fabric separating
kitchen from dining am, bed
rooms frontMlving area.
It was ', explained to me that
only one bath was needed, be
cause Japanese style bathing is
different from Western. Japanese
" don't use soap in the tub; they
soap the 'body and' rinse before
entering the bath. The head of thrt
nouse nas nrst priority on tne tun,
. then toe wife, then the eldest
child, and so on down, ell using
the same water. The oath water
Grocery shopping is a matter oi
American siyie "togetherness.
sne ana ner Husband make a
wee':iy trip downtown to a super1
market for most of the lUDolies.
T rontb-.Vfooil bill' avewes
' in 000 yen pa.? perron tbout $28,
.". '" T E.scincily aver
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Glitter gift fof ber Christmas
is Mk f lake pearto and crys crystals
tals crystals by Rtehellea. Set includes
snatching bracelet and earring.
The bib is the newest look la
eoetams Jewelry.
fake pearls 'makes the gift a high
fashion one.
The, teen-agei on your list will
love a personalized gift. Her own
jewel box, with her name on the
lid,, will hoid all of the costume
jewelry that a teen ager manages
to accumulate, or, you can give
her a round carryall, such as fash fashion
ion fashion models usr, with her name on
the lid.
No Stranger
Mother Of 3
000: water, 250, because the Na
kagawas have their own well, plus
ine city supply, the telephone,
3,000.
The only installment plan buy buying
ing buying was the family, car. the said.
"But," she laughed, "there nev
er seems to be surplus. We al
ways are in the red."
Do-lt-Yourself
WASHINGTON (NEA) A home homemade,
made, homemade, hand-operated wooden wash washing
ing washing machine would be hardly the
thing in the chic homes of Amer Americans
icans Americans but for millions pMer for fortunate
tunate fortunate women, it would be a bless blessings
ings blessings ; : j.v
A grim paradox in this era of
space' development and great tech tech-noplogieal.
noplogieal. tech-noplogieal. advances (including
those gleaming modern washing
machines) is the fact that, t"ie
Vast' majority of the world's wom women
en women trudge 'to the nearest stream,
which is often dirty or polluted,
to beat the family wash against
rocs ana scruD u oy nana.
Of "c6urse, the clothes aren't
particularly clean after this badk badk-breaking
breaking badk-breaking operation. And scarce
garments' quickly wear out.
NOW, HOWEVER, there' a
way to ImOrove hjs Ei ient
custom practiced where money
and electricity; are icarce. Two
employes of Hhe If. S. Interna International
tional International Cooperation Aministra Aministra-tion
tion Aministra-tion have come up with a design
for that hand-operated wooden
w ft slier
Dr. Katherln Holticlaw, home
economist,, and Virgil C. Pettit.
frm equipment snecialist. both of
Washington, developed the do-it-yourself
washer for the ICA. a
pamphlet has 'been issued with all
instructions for assembling one
from native woods. Uncomplicat Uncomplicated
ed Uncomplicated diagrams are include to guide
the semi-skilled carpenter; ;
THI WASHER'S main virtues
arci , f-; : .. 3: ".
.1 Inexpensive to build. About
30 pices m moderately firm soft softwood
wood softwood (such as Cedro 6f Central
America) fill th Wn Snm hQiu
bolts, screws and pieces of sheet
meiai are neeaea. i produced m
quantity, the cost per unit would
run about $3. k i
i..'"- -. .'4 -,
? 2-Sasy to 'make. A tape "m4$ "m4$-sure.h
sure.h "m4$-sure.h atchet, sawi wood chisel.
screw driver, wrench and drill
make up the necessary tooU. No
fine knowledge of I carpentry is
necessary, though,,, naturally, the
more carefully built, the better
the machine.
3 Easy to nse. To keep.: the
washer simple, the clothes i stay
in more or less a stationary pos pos-tion
tion pos-tion while the water is forced
back and forth. : through :i the
clothes hy thf i-'stop sciod of
the plungers. Some shaved Soap
in tno wasn water, anb aaou ;
minutes Dumoinf of the oluntreri
(ICA recommends 50 strokes
minute) and the wash Is done.
. UNASSEMiBLED models of the
washer, which was demonstrated
recently by Dr. Holticlaw at the
Agricultural Research Center in
Beltsvllle, Md., are being sent to
12 iua missions for testing .to
representative areas of the world.
Hopes are Wgh that women in
backward areas all over the
world will Soon be pumpine) a a-way
way a-way their wash day woes lighten-'
d !onajderably.i:v .-.v.

- By MARGIE ROTHROCK
Fortunata .indeed ia the wife of a-Marine who can
travel overseas with her husband. Fully aware of this sit situation
uation situation It Mrs. Ruth Wallace, who feels she is lucky ta be
here and Intends to tike advantage of the opportunity;
Mrs. Wallace is the Marine Corps' "first lady" on
the Isthmus, Her husband, Col. Richard W. Wallace, tops
thi Corps' list of high-ranking officers in this area.

Unlike other branches of the mi military,
litary, military, it ia unusual for a Marine
to land an overseas assignment
where tne family can De witn
him. His duties beyond United
States' shores are more normally
with Fleet Marine Forces, which
are ever on the alert for action.
So while he probably has seen
more than Tripoli and the famed
shores of Montezuma, his v,
stevs home.
The Colonel's assignment to the
Canal Zone was especially, wel
comed by his wife, for it was her
first opportunity to be with him
overseas!
Mrs. Wallace has adapted her
interests to tropical living, and she
has added some new ones. She en enjoys
joys enjoys golf, but adds that "nine holes
is about enough in this climate".
Her approach to the game is
rather unusual. She begins at the
fourth hole and finishes at the
third. A bit unorthodox, pehaps,
but most practical, since the Rod Rodman
man Rodman course is her front yard. She
simply walks out the front door,
across the street and tees off.
Mrs. Wallace enjoys sewing
her own clothes, and has added
creative touches to her wardrobe
in using the lovely and unusual
fabrics which are available here.
Col. and Mrs. Wallace pursue
manv hobbies together.
"The Colonel gets all the hard
work, and I put on the finishing
touches," smiles his wife.
Trays and coffee tables, sam
ples of their combined efforts In
bates decorating, are admired in
their quarters, which are situat situated
ed situated on a auiet and scenic hill near
Rodman Naval Station.
The Colonel does all the sand
ing and primary varnishing," says
his wife.
Washer
To
Then, too, those rocks in the
stream will be getting a well-earned
rest.
Legs are in for more of a
build-up sine" skirts kre shorter.
More color in stockings will be
seen with a move to dark hues.
If Parisians have any influence,
black will be the chic shade, with
delicate embroidery along the an-
I kle
Women who plan a wardrobe
with several dresses with "high
waists will be interested In ways
to accent them. One is to use
double belts, perhaps,
black and one in white.
on jn
A light shade can be
refresh.
ingj.v worn and viewed,
especial
ly when a woman normally dresi dresi-es
es dresi-es in blacks or dark' blues. A wil willow
low willow green, for-example,5 is-'i new
putumn shade" that is appropriate
for morning, afternoon and eve
ning wear.
Accessories take on added in
terest when in the same shade of
rich looking fabric. One such
smart set is hat, scarf aqd um umbrella
brella umbrella sheath in bright, red velvet.
With modern fabric treatments, e
v0 velvet is waterproof. ;
Stores are viewing Hew home
gadget to see how the gals will
take to it. It is an electric mani
cure kit with an emery wheel on
a motor driven shaft. It is run
by batteries. v

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Steaming pots and kettles iif
the kitchen of their quarters does
hot necessarily indicate a sump sump-tous
tous sump-tous dinner party in the offing.
There are many things cooking
at the Wallaces, including non edi edibles.
bles. edibles. Since arriving here just more
than a year ago, Col. and Mrs.i
Wallace have joined in "shelling",
a soort in which the catch ran
he brought home, cleaned, coots',
And then polished gently and lay lay-ed
ed lay-ed to rest among fellow shells on
the living room shelf.
Another modest approach. Mrs.
Wallace gives her husband all the
credit for the tedious and some sometimes
times sometimes difficult cleaning of the in in-sides
sides in-sides of the shells.
Their collection, already exten extensive
sive extensive and still growing, includes
shells such as the one in the ac accompanying
companying accompanying picture, very tiny
shells, shells in brilliant hues,
shells both rough and smooth In
texture, and others that are "just
Shells".
She displays them attractively
throughout their home, grouping
them in 'families" according to
Size, shape and color.
Mrs. Wallace, who is "Nappy"
to her family and close friends,
claims no technical knowledge of
the mysteries of photography, but
she is her husband's favorite mo model
del model and companion on picture-taking
expeditions. They recently flew
to Bogota with a group of came camera
ra camera enthusiasts for a holiday, week weekend.
end. weekend. They have traveled by car o o-ver
ver o-ver most of the passable areas of
this region, and have enjoyed trips
to Taboga and other nearby is
lands.
Mrs. Wallace has lived In the
Eastern United States most of her
life. Some 20 years ago, she journ

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eyed from her home in Connec Connecticut
ticut Connecticut to visit at the U. S. Naval
Academy in Annapolis, Md. It wa:
there that she met her husband,
who was then a midshipman.
Their son, Peter Warren Wal Wallace,
lace, Wallace, 17, is hoping to follow in his
father's footsteps. He is attending
Hargrave Military Academy in
Chaddeam, Va., in preparation for
examinations for entry into the
Naval Academy.
Mrs. Wallace and the Colonel
are hoping Peter will be able to.
spend the Christmas holidays here
with them. And Mrs. Wallace al already
ready already is anticipating a trip State Stateside
side Stateside next spring to attend his gra graduation
duation graduation from Hargrave.
Mrs. Wallace is a gracious and
friendly hostess. She and the Co Colonel
lonel Colonel enjoy entertaining, but nre nre-"er
"er nre-"er to do it informally at their
quarters.
Prominent on her calendar, how
ever, is the gala Marine Corps
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Dntnaay Dan, an event which is
the social highlight of each year
or members of the Corns and
their wives.
Mrs. Wallace recalls with nlea
sure the balls in past years, es
penally those she attended at the
Naval Gun Factory in Washing
ton. There the nipping autumn
weather allowed the Marines to
wear resplendent dress blue uni
forms. The colorful dress, combin
ed with the formal attire of their
ladies, lent sparkle and atmosphere
to the already-festive occasion.
Tropical weather here, of course
demands lighter weight uniforms
for the gentlemen, but the ball
will be no less of an occasion to
remember.
The Marine Ball this year will
be held in El Panama Hilton Ho
tel. Col. and Mrs. Wallace will be
among high-ranking military, gov
ernmental and diplomatic officials
attending the evenU
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FRESH, tender Scrod Mlrabeau tempti airline passensen at
New York's Idlewild Airport, where it's a restaurant specialty.
BY GAINOR MADDUX, NEA Food and Markets Editor

Th' Nam Vnrk arpa has twol
famous airpor.. restaurants. One is
the nanasome "isewarKer ai me,
Newark Airport, noted for really really-gourmet
gourmet really-gourmet food. The other is "The
Golden Door," atop the Interna International
tional International Airport at Idlewild on Long
Island. I
Albert Siockli; internationally
known supervising chef of the
"Newarker," serves sole in a won wonderful
derful wonderful way, called ''Fillet of GoU
den Sole in Pastry Coquille with
Sauce Anoreuse." The deep-wa
er sole is simmered in white wine,
placed on a bed of pastry, cover
ed wiih lobster cream navorea
anisette and then sprinkled with
bread crumbs and run under the
broiler to bring to a golden brown.
Anthony Nardin, manager of the
Golden Door, learned the restaur restaurant
ant restaurant business in Europe. As either
fish cir sea food is on every gour gourmet
met gourmet continental menu, Mardin likes
to serve it to his guests when they
arrive by plane from overseas.
He particularly favors this one
Scrod Miraboau
(Makes 4 servings)
Four scrod fillets, 1-4 cup melted
bu ter or salad oil, 1-2 cup fine
dry bread crumbs, salt and pep pepper,
per, pepper, 12 anchovy fille's, 4 fluted
le,mon slices, about 3 dozen cap-
If filets ar frosen let them
thw on refrigerator shelf. Brush
with butter or oil. Dip in bread
crumbs. Season .with salt and pep pepper.
per. pepper. Place in prehafed broiler a a-bout
bout a-bout 2 inches from flame. Broil
6 to & minu'es, or until fish flakes
easily when tested with a fork.
Place ifillets on platter. Cross 2
anchovy fillets on each scrod fil

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Beauty Tips
A brief daily round with th
elbows keeps you from being era
barrassed by them. If they hava
become exceedingly rough and
dingy, scrub them first with
a nail brush. Follow this with
a cream or lotion applied with a
circular motion. It takes only a
minute or two and is worth it.
Length of nails depends on what'
one does. Women who type or are
active in sports need to keep their
nals Keasonsably short. Hand,
shape also helps determine a flat flattering
tering flattering length. Surprisingly, long
nails do not make short, blunt
hands appear longer and more
graceful. But long nails do com complement
plement complement long, slim fingers.
Diet seems to be a byword for
a brighr round o. bridge. But a
beauty expert warns if is better
diet in silence that give a
bite by-bite account of the strug struggle.
gle. struggle. This saves your nerves as
persons hound you about eating a
piece of randy or bore you with
men- intones.
Working in warm offices, awo
v o r eUnitl1 iKstlr riM m actqrt rrt
xii a ii euuuiu c"va hk. i iiiawoi e v
cas'onally. If mascara run; t
makpg thp skin around the eves
grimy and gives a tired, s'rained
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Ohio State .49
Indiana ...... 8
Notre Dame. .9
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Fuerza y Luz Pamphlet Tells
Focfs On Panama Investments

Editor's Note: This is the final part of a compact booklet on
Investing In Panama compiled by the Compania Panamena de
Fuerxa y Luz and given widespread distribution' abroad. It was
summarized from data furnished by the U.S. Department of Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, the Panama Institute for Economic Development (IFE),
the P American Union, the United Nations, the First National

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LABOR LEGISLATION

Tha labor law of Panama is
comprehensive, and is found chief chief-lv
lv chief-lv in Law No. 67 of Nov. 11, 1947,
aVwell as in the precepts of the
Constitution. All employment is
4 subject to the law, except where
-j. national, provincial and municipal
public employes are involved, and
in agricultural enterprises with
less than six permanent employes
and cattle raising enterprises with
Tien than four permanent em em-ploves.
ploves. em-ploves. 'Z. All clauses in labor contracts,
which purport to release or dim dim-finish
finish dim-finish the rights of workers are of
(Bffi; effect.
Labor contracts generally must
'hS' written, except in certain spe specified
cified specified cases, and the existence of
uch a contract is presumed ex except
cept except in work of a family nature,
r which mav be deemed to re remit
mit remit from personal friendship. Con Contacts
tacts Contacts pertaining to labor may be
for indefinite periods, for specified
periods, or for specified undertak undertakings.
ings. undertakings. A clause in a labor contract
rVhereby a worker obligates him him-'elf
'elf him-'elf to render services for more
than one year may be declared
null and void, but only upon peti petition
tion petition by the worker. This period is
extended to five years where special-technical
training is involved.
?iAJO:ontracts are subject to re renewal,
newal, renewal, and implied renewals, re result
sult result when a worker continues to
'-render services without objection
on the part of the employer.
-'Two weeks of probation are
" permitted for workers, who are
,v newly employed and where a

-certain skill or dtxttriry is re
quired
Sneeial rules govern labor con-
'tracts with respect to Panamanian
workers who are to be employed
jOutside of the national territory,
ft Collective labor contracts may
fl-fc excellent by one or more la--ibor
unions or groups of non-u-nion
workmen with one or
more employers, Such contracts
must be in writing.
Labor contracts may be suspend suspended
ed suspended for temporary periods in cer certain
tain certain cases. Suspensions without lia liability
bility liability on the part of the employer
may become effective if materials
are not available for a particular
undertaking when there is no
fault on the part of the employer,
If funds are lacking and are not
:Bvr-ijab'e, if overproduction has oc occurred
curred occurred in a certain enterprise, if
i is imoossible to continue a busi business
ness business because costs are not being
met, if force majeure suspends
operations, and in the other cas cases
es cases Mso specified by he law.
The law also specifies the
various eases in which a labor
contract mav be terminated, in including
cluding including death of a party, mu mutual
tual mutual consent, force majeure, in insolvency
solvency insolvency or bankruptcy and si similar
milar similar reasons.
The law provides in de tail with
resoect to the rights, privileges
and duties of the workers and em employers,
ployers, employers, and also contains provi provi-fions
fions provi-fions with resoect to the formula formulation
tion formulation ind posting by- employers
of rsguiatiors governing work.
Special provisions are also
contained in the law regarding,
women and minors, servants,
workers in the home, apprentic apprentices,
es, apprentices, and seamen.
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The law provides that every
worker, shall be entitled to earn
a minimum wage sufficient to
cover the normal material, moral
Rnd cultural needs of his home.
Provisions are in effect with re
spect lo overtime, and the normal
overtime pay for extra work in
the day period is f25 per cent o o-ver
ver o-ver the normal rate; this percent percentage
age percentage increases with respect to o o-vertime
vertime o-vertime work occurring during the
night period.
Vacations rest periods are also
provided for in the law. ; The gen general
eral general rule is that there must be
one day of rest each week, pref pref-rably
rably pref-rably on Sunday. If work must
be performed on Sundays or na national
tional national holidays, the usual wages
must be increased by 50 per cent.
Workers are also entitled to
an annual vacation of thirty
days with pay for each eleven
.months of continuous work,
which vacation accrues at the
rate of one day for each eleven
consecutive days' work.
The law has detailed provisions
relating to occupational injury and
disease. Insurance against occupa
tional injury or disease is com
pulsory for a rather comprehen comprehensive
sive comprehensive list of activities, including
construction, mining, maritime.
public utility,- and manufacturing
operations, and in other cases al-
enterpnses.
COLON FREE ZONE
One of the most important fea
tures of Panama for international
businessmen and traders supply
ing the vast Latin American mar
ket is the Colon Free Zone. The
Free Zone was set up by a de
cree law of the Government of
Panama in 1948 and the Zone be began
gan began operation in 1951 with an ini initial
tial initial appropriation of $300,000.,
As defined by the U. S. Depart Department
ment Department of Commerce, a foreign
trade zone is "a segregated, fenc-ed-off
area, without resident popu
lation, in or close to a port of en
try, po';ced by customs officials,
where foreign merchandise may
be landed without application of
customs laws or duties. While in
the Zone, foreign goods may be
subject to various manipulations
and manufacturing processes. If
the merchandise is reshipped a a-broad,
broad, a-broad, it pays no duties or consu
lar fee.;. However, if the goods
are brought into the country (Pa (Panama),
nama), (Panama), thev are subject lo cus-
tbms duties and dues, the same
as if imported direct.
A free zone is essentially a
"breathing point,", a haven free
from taxation where a business businessman
man businessman may set down a shipment
of goods and arrange other dis disposition
position disposition in case of a change of
plans.
It is also a place where bulk
cargo may be broken down into
smaller lots for reshipment; whei'e
goods may be stored as a central
supply to service orders more
quickly and economically from
customers in their countries; and
where goods may beefined, cull culled
ed culled and processed for mote econo economical
mical economical reshipment. Furthermore,
the Free Zone may also be used
for permanent exhibits of products,
and for sales promotion activities.
When the Zone was first open opened,
ed, opened, it was located some distance
from the dock facilities at Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal and. therefore, was used pri
marily for high value merchan
dise. Recently, however, the Gov
ernment has assigned additional
land adjacent to the Cristobal
piers, where it will be posible to
construct' warehouses virtually at
ship-side. The Free Zone is also
very convenient to rocumen in
ternational Airport at Panama Ci
ty, which is only 90 minutes a
wav by truckiver' a modern con
crete highway.'The Government of
Panama is also considering the
establishment of additional free
zone facilities and privileges at
Tocumen International Airport, in
View of the increasing amount of
air freight being received there.
From September, 1953 through
July, 1957, the Free Zone han handled
dled handled 138,000,000 kilos of mer merchandise
chandise merchandise valued at 5245,423,000.
In 1957, alone, goods moving
through the Free Zone amounted
to $35.5 million, compared with
$23.1 million in 1956. Some $280,
000 has been invested in the con
struction of seven putuic ware
houses and other facilities. An ad
ditional $657,000 has been invest
ed by private companies in the
construction-of their own buildings.
About 75 companies now use the
Free Zone, including such well
known European and United States
firms as Firestone, Volkswagen,
Schering, Yardley. Coca Cola. Ks
so, General Klectric, Parke-Davis,
R.C.A. and Goodyear.
The Free Zone permits the im import
port import and re-export of all kinds of
qoods without tax, duty or consu consular
lar consular fees.
Approximately 80 per cent of
th merchandise handled there
is sold to markets beyond the
Isthmus. The remainder is di divided
vided divided among the Canal Zone,
the Republic of Panama and
ships iff transit.
The common practice of firms
using the Free Zone is to ship
goods in bulk from the country of
oriein and to reprocess them in
Colon before re-exporting. "Repre "Repre-lessing,"
lessing," "Repre-lessing," as it is defined 1 here.
includes manufacturing, packing
bottling. 1 a b e I 1 i n g. assembling
moun'in, refining, purifying, mix-

ing oi transforming.
A firm may operate in the Free
Zone by any of the following meth methods:
ods: methods: Public Warehousing: The public
warehouses of the Colon Free
Zone are operated on the same
general basis as the public mer merchandise
chandise merchandise warehouses in the Unit United
ed United States. The Free Zone Author Authority
ity Authority issues a warehouse receipt for
goods in its custody. Storage
charges are made monthly on
the balance of merchandise in
sotrage. This service is offered
for the" benefit of customers who
wish to maintain spot stocks close

to their markets, but who do not
choose to lease or to build their
own buildings. It is also useful for
setting up a pilot operation to
test the feasibility of establishing
on a larger scale.
Building Leased from free Zone
Board: Entire buildings or parts
thereof may be leased for periods
of one to twenty years. Ware
house rental ranges from $0.55 to
$0.75 per square meter monthly,
depending upon the toal area
leased.
Customer's Own Building: A
firm may lease land for a 25-year
period, with option of renewals,
and build its own building, but the
building plans must be approved
by the Free Zone Technical De
partment. Warehouse construction
may be financed by the Zone at
six per cent annually for periods
up to 25 years. The basic month monthly
ly monthly rate on leased land is $040
per square meter.
Another attraction of the Free
Zone to foreign businessmen is
that a foreign firm does not
have to be organized in Pana Panama
ma Panama to take advantage of Free
Zone benefits.
The Zone administration receives
bulk shipments, breaks them down
and dispatches the smaller units
to whatever consignee the shipper
designates. In addition, there are
local custom house brokers, freight
forwarders and a management
company sponsored by Panama
and United States businessmen,
prepared to undertake almost any
phase of management and opera operation.
tion. operation. FREE ZONE TAXES
Determination of the manner ofl
obtaining maximum benefits under
the Panamanian tax laws applica
ble to firms operating in the Co Colon
lon Colon Free Zone requires careful a a-nalysis
nalysis a-nalysis of Panamanian and Unit
ed States tax legislation, and the
type of operations to be carried
on.
In general, there are no taxes
on firms operating in the Free
Zone, with the exception of Pana
ma Social Security levies on local
payrolls, and income taxes on
profits arising from the sale of
products stored in the. Free Zone.
However, any firm established
in the Free Zone for tha sole
purpose of distributing the prod products
ucts products manufactured by its own
main plant outside tha Free
Zone and w ich derives no prof profit
it profit from such distributions, is
not obliged to pay income tax
on such operations.
If profits are' made on the sale
of merchandise destined abroad
from the Free Zone, these profits,
are taxed, but at a very low rate.
The Government of Panama now
grants a 90 per cent discount on
income taxes applicable to prof
its earned on re-export shipments
from the Colon Free Zone. Under
this new tax scale, which went in
to effect on January 1, 1958, re
presentative amounts of income
from such profits are taxed, as
follows:
Representative
Amounts of Taxable Income
$ 900.00
$ 8,400.00
$ 50,000.00
$100,000.00
$750,000,00
to
to
to
to
to
$ 2,400.00
$ 12,000.00
$ 60,000.00
$ 150,000.00
$1,000,000.00
Net Payable on
Income from
Exports (90 Per
Total Tax
$ 48.00
$ 498.00
5.412.00
$ 21,387.00
$252,387.00
Cent Discount)
- $ 4.80
$ 49.80
$ 541.20
$ 2,138.70
$25,238.70
Under the law, the government
guarantees against increases or
impositions of any additional form
of tax on activities carried on
within the Free Zone during the
life of the contract, up to a max maximum
imum maximum of 20 years.
PNRLIC UTILITY. OTHER
SERVICES IN FREE ZONE
Compania Panamena de Fuer
za y Luz supplies electric and tel telephone
ephone telephone service to individual firms
located within the Free Zone. Tel
ephone service to individual f rms
located within the Free Zone. Ei
ther single or three phas, 60 cy
cles, A.C. electric service, with u u-tilization
tilization u-tilization voltages similar to those
of the United States, are availa available.
ble. available. Metered water service is sup supplied
plied supplied by the Free Zone Adminis Administration.
tration. Administration. Sanitary and storm sewerage is
provided throughout the Free Zone
area.
The Chase Manhattan Bank, The
First National City Bank of New
York and the National Bank of
Panama offer international bank
ing facilities and rename advice
to Free Zone customers.

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QUETZALS ARE HEARD .ABOUT ftiore often than seen in the lofty mountains of Chlriqui
where adventure and mystery crop up on every side in a new novel: "The Secret of 1 Ba Ba-ru.''
ru.'' Ba-ru.'' Barry Martin has done Illustrations for the kid whodunit by Patricia Malohey Markun.

New Mystery Book
By Markun Tells
Secret Of Baru
Two little gringos and a young
Panamanian friend have a won wonderful
derful wonderful lime up in the Province of
Chiriqui inside the pages of a
new mystery novel, "The, Secret
of El Bairu."
Balboa Heights author Patricia
Maioney Markun has written her
second book for and largely about
children.
It is being published in New
York this week by the Franklin
Wat s press, and copies have
arrived for Canal commissaries.
A stock has also been ordered
by Panama bookstores.
A mystery novel for children is
a wide step from author Markun's
wholly faciual "First Book of the
Panama Canal" published last
spring and now on sale through
out the United States and in ma
ny Latin countries..
In the 210-page novel, there is
act on aplenty for the two Amer American
ican American youngs'ers fresh from the
States after they make friends
with a Panama boy who knows
lots about the Interior.
The youngsters find much that
in puzzline in certain seahelis, a
golden frog the call of the pOor-
me one, missing makers anu sur survey
vey survey maps and the sign of a quet
zal bird all new and .fascinating
to i the arrivals from the temper temperate
ate temperate zone.
Author Markun is the wife of
David Markun. assistant general
counsel for the Panama Canal
Company. They have iwo girls
and two boys, to whom the book
is dedicated.
This afternoon, author Markun
will autograph cooies of "The
Secret of El Biru" at the uto uto-omohing
omohing uto-omohing tea being given t Ti Ti-VOLI
VOLI Ti-VOLI Guest House by the Canal
Zon Chapter of the League of
American Penwomen.
Tbp ffpneral miblic is inv;ted.
With Baru off the wesses. this
huv mother and housewife hs
quite a differen volume in the
works. I 's the "First Book of
Min'ne."
Probably there won't be much
of anything about Panama in it,
hut it will dra'v "enviv on Pat s
home Sta'e of Minnesota, where
she studied and wo-kd bpfore
set ling on the side of Ancon Hill.
MILITARY REVALUATION
MANILA (UPI) High IT. S
and PhiliDoines military author!'
iei have agreed to reassess and
bring up to date the defense plans
tnr tins lsionn niuon. u wis ms ms-closed
closed ms-closed yesterday. The U.S.
Philinnine Mutual Defense Board
also agreed that the programming
and ustanl'shment of atrcratt
warning stations were of primary
importance, tne ooarn was creat created
ed created early this year to handle af
hirs nertxining to the adm'nistn
'inn of U. S. military bases in
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;DIGOIN BY GROWNUPS
In the pages of the new thriller:
in tothe act, get lost, get found,
Aulo Workers Reach
New 3-Yr Agreement
DETROIT (UPI) American
Motors orp. and the United A.ulo
Workers Union (reached agree
ment Friday on a new three-year
contract covering AMC's 14,000
workers in Michigan and Wiscon
sin.
The UAW ordered its members
in AMC planis back on the job
as soon as possible.
The new contract was pat pat-te:ned
te:ned pat-te:ned after contracts reached
earlier with Big Three auto -com
panies. Agreement came just sev seven
en seven hours after the strike deadline.
The new contract included pay
hikes totaling abou: 10 cents an
hour for the company's auto pro production
duction production workers and an additional
eight cents an hour for skilled
trades workers.
Employes at AMC's KelVlnatpr
plant a: Grand Rapids, Mich.,
were governed by a section ot the
agreement which froze wages at
their current levels for two years,
but would give the workers the
same pay increases as the auto
production workers in thei third
year.
The con'ract agreement would
be retroactive to July l and would
expire sept. 6. 1961, just six days
after the expiration date of con
tracts reached by the UAW and
the Big Three, Ford, General Mo
tors and Chrysler Corp. ,
O her provisions of the agree
ment called for improvements in
supplemental unemployment ben
efits (SUB), severance pay.' short
work week schedules, pensions
ana a torm ot area wide senior seniority
ity seniority for recall of unemployed work workers.
ers. workers. It also included a strength-

Is. a favorite Isthmian pastime,
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SHIPPING BAN LIFTED
ATHENS. Greece. (UPI) A
royal decree today lifted ban
naa lorDiaaen areen snipa
to call at ports o the Chinese
mainland or in Communist North
Korea., The Greek government,
nowever, said that strict restric
tions against transport Of stra strategic
tegic strategic goods to the two Commun.
1st countries remained in. lorce.

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THE STOIv;-Tom -Weber is anxious to learn what
is behind Mike Denver's moves to obtain control of
Lobo Valley. Settlers are being terrorized, by gun
men,1' r ' yi'XV:'

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IT was i early evening when
Weber came to hit destination,
the dam that now spanned the
entrance to-, what had once been
Lobo Canyon; ,:'.
The dam was an earthen one-
some 300 yards in length: it was
reinforced at each end: where it
became part of the orgmal can canyon
yon canyon wall with, heavy concrete but
tresses the sluice gates were oi
wood, reinforced with great straps
of iron. ',
He started toward the dam and
as he approached, discovered that
concerete steps nad been bunt a-
Iongside the concrete reinforc-
ment. v
He reacneo tne top ot tne stairs
after some exertion,' and found
that he was a dozen feet front the
little one-room, cabin.
"Hello, the house r" he called.
After a moment the door was
opened and a mari stepped put
"Come on in. he called to
Weber. "C'mon .in an have a
cup ol coffee." :
Weber found the. watchman to
be a man in his late sixties, a
grizzled old ; timer who had once
been a cowboy on Lobo. His name
was hhallcross.
"Lonesomest job In' the world,"
he cmplained to Weber as he set
out an extra tin cup. "Ain't had
no visitor in over a month."
"My name's Weber."
"Charlie Weber's boy!." Shall-
cross blinked, "But young Weber
lit out years ago,"; and : nobody's
ever heard of him."
"I returned a few days ago.
"Bet your pat was surprised.
He took it kinda. hard when you
run out" Shallcross grimaced
"I get so doggone lonesome here
when 1 do. see someone, I can't
keep my muth shut. Sorry Ben,
isn't it?" ....
"Tom."
"Sure found : things different,
didn't you? Like this here dam.
And Jeff Alderton running the
old Lobo. Never sthought I'd ever
see anything. Hkc that: And now
they tell me he's gonna be gov
ernor, Why, I remember Jeff
when he wasn't nothing but a-Ho,
I can't say that. He's paying me
my wages now. Seems like there
ain't a thin I ean talk about."
The night riders, about the
time Weber was riding back to
his ranch, were out, all right, but
there were only two of them and
they were some distance from We
ber's plaCe, ..,-,.;,.,.,..
They rode their horses up to
Leo Blatnik's barn and there
Paul Partridge dismounted. He
took a rifle from his saddle scab
bard and looked up at Pete" Raw
lins, who had remained on his
horse.
Rawlins raised himself in his
stirrups. "Blatnik!" he called
Come outside. .
There was movement inside the
house, but the; door did not open.
The muffled voice of Leo Blatnik
called out. "who is.it? What do
you want?"
"It's the Sheriff" cried Paul
Partridge. "You don't come out,
we'll burn your house down."
Then the door opened. Blatnik,
framed, in the, doorway, had a
double-barrelled shotgun in his
hands. He never got to use it.
Partridge took quick aim, pulled
the trigger and working the lever
with amazing speed, sent al sec-,
ond bullet through Blatnik before
tne farmer nit tne ground-
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ing back to his horsed;
THERE hai been gome1 discus-
should remain in his?own home
until time for the burial, or b
taken to his sister's home.
Charles Weber suggested the 'at.
ter course, but Helgf had de
murrea. --tj
"I am sure he would want lsl
be in hia own house. v
So Blatnik lay now-in a roug,
unoainted coffin in. the front room
of his three-roomiahack, A cU-
ple of benches had been set' up)
along the walls and, the farta
women aat on ?thein -The
men gathered in the kitch kitchen.
en. kitchen. They talked in low- tones and
drank a few glasses of wine.
They came early, some of them,
and they remained late. The
kitchen was too small and knots
of men gathered outside. s
It was hearing 10 o'clock when
lily Alderton rode up, on her fil
ly and dismounted near the barn.
A half dozen of the farmers were
assembled nearby and they watch watched
ed watched her as she dismounted and
walked toward the house. i
Helga Weber got f tip as ahe
came in. "Mrs. Alderton," ahe
said, "it is nice of you to come.''
"You brother waa ; a go o 4
man," Lily said.
She went to the coffin, looked
into the dead face of the farmer.
LILY started to turn away
then stopped abruptly. Tom We
ber stood a dozen feet away. How :
long he had been there she did not
know, Helga also saw Weber and
exclaimed softly, 'jars. Alderton,
is that nd my husband's son?" 1
Xily nodded. "Yes.'V. u p
"Will you introduce' -mtt 11
want to talk to him."!" '('.
Lily moved toward Weber, Hel
ga at her side. "Tons, I want to
introduce you to to your stepmoth
er. Mrs. Weber, Tow Weber." :'
It was a poor introduction and
Lily knew it. She "walked away.
quickly, leaving .Weber alone with
Helga Weber.
"This is very awkward," Helga
said discomfited "I I have
thought so many times of what 1 1
would say if we ever met, but f
now now. none of it xeems to
lit." ..-yvij
(TO BE CONTINIjED
NEXT WEEK)
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WARSAW, (UPI) Top Com Communist
munist Communist military leaders gathered :
in Warsaw for Polish army an anniversary
niversary anniversary ceremonies today.
Overvances will mark formation
of the Polish army In the Sovielj
Union 15 years ago by refugees
from the Nazi onslaught against
Poland.
Men notice beoutifuf girfsJ
Girls who notice men ore known
OS charming.
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voided in the stagings. )
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Kock and Roll exhibit

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that it's impossible for two 1, -' company; "s
bodies to occupy ihe same place .crowd; but. is a double date.
at the same time; ft'a performed w 4.; A least this many, triplets
by filling a water glass to the have been born recently.
bHni and then dropping straight"" r 5. Rhymes with 2Go to heaven."
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to make It overflow. Surprising- 7. This number chymes with

;ly, a large number of pins must x none. ''''. ,

be inserted before the water over- '8. This;, number increases by
flows. This s due to a character-"' one-half when .Inverted-
tstio of liquids known as surf ace i 10. Genius i percent insptr.

ation and -percent perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, t. -. n
t. 13. If a car goes lOO "yards 4n 'i
10 seconds," how many feet does
it. go in one-fifth1 second?
. 14. Kiunber fins tor a double-'
sawbuck.
tl 15, How many steps must you
climh tdk reach top of the Wash-
jngton MojHimeftt? r
.18; Qne must pay for how
man words in this telegram:
John R Doe doesn't owe us $1000
now. V'J. ,
If. On J3iligenti birthday:

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."t J. Rip's Iphg aleep took this
jnany years. v s
2. Age- of Alexander the Great,

one year neipre aeaui.

. t. The Ut-8. flag has short

tensidn which actually permits
'the.waterto "stretch" above thaV
top of -the glass. -is,. ft,..
.. Another experiment involving
water displacement is performed
with a wad of cotton. On glass -.is
filled with cotton t another; the

same sin, with water. You'll be
sdrprfsed to discover that the
whole glass of water tan be
poured into the glass containing
the cotton' without sptllinga drop.
-ySynthlClast-. u
CHOOSE omi q(L three answers
to describe, the quality for
Which ach of .the following crea- ,;,
tares U a symbols ","' ?
" .' 1. Lion-ooarage, jeeiousy. can-'
dor. i ' j J v i .3 "if
J. Ox wUIingneat, leJeettonV i
strength. V,. ih'rp.i 'fv v 4,
$. JadtaasA-pattence, bn- -'
acy, tact. :;
' 4. Owtlnet, Industry, sagac-"
Ity.--. nJ
, 8. Lamb strength, timidity,
graciousness. , f
, Chicken decency, faint faintheartedness,
heartedness, faintheartedness, aplomb. o w
7.' Sloth speed, torpor, loyalty.

. Beaver wst, temerity,, to- 'Jl10W Jjla IS JVCf
-"o ..i 'V imtim TANICE ts tweitty years old.
JlftTLr ? J .W H twice a. old as Martha
stupidity, apeed. was When JantefrVas a old as
-aiuijwa tt 'Xiisnpei r "paf) Martha is now. j How old )s
'ltniiuix "ifimSmg junqo "t
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:HAuvAX ; ........ t f
.Dotograp Readers '-'itpi

red stripes, red stripes In
all and white ctripes,
' s4.. If a Cornish hen has feath-.
ers 'cross out 3766; if not, cross,
out 8511. ,',
' 7. Prescription for ulcers: Take
. shaded creek, fishing
pole, and get the b---.
9.-Strings on a guitar.
; 11. TricH:'" Adding two letters
to what four-letter word, multi multiplies
plies multiplies it by ten ?
12, J97 nickels.",
jfr J6. A squad consists of
men and r sergeant.
?v 17; Distance between the high
est and lowest point in the U. S:
is 15. 34, 54. or 85 miles?
S8-II '16-91
-tse-ei -ti,9- 'm-Vmi-v 9i-s
'C-B "05-1 oa StS-fil 8-81 868
-St -t :9-Kt '66l-0t 'D99-8 'l-Lt

JOV can pretend, you are a magician with this
: j magic-like math trick,. Practice a few times
.and you'll. be1 ready to display your wliardry" be-"
fore an audience.1
f The number 12345679 (note omission of 8), when
multiplied by 9, gives the result lllllllll. The'
tatter,, multiplied by any figure between 1 and 9
gives that figure nine timesrof course. AH of which
. can be utilized as a party stunt .as follows:
The performer writes the number ,12345679 on a
blackboard or shtet of paper. He then asks some someone
one someone Ln the audience to name his favorite number
between 1 and 9. v The performer multiplies thia
number by 9 and the result: times the magic sum-,
ber ,to get as a result the selectee's number nine
times. Any number between 1 and 9 can be thusly
evolved. Skeptics can provo it to themselves.
- 1 t i
' Penny Wise, Dollar Foolish
A BANK, seeking to dramatize the advantage of
savings accounts,, sent out a pamphlet ln which
It' asked prospective depositors, "How much money
would you have to your credit at the end of the
month If you were to deposit a penny the first day -of
the month and-doubled the amount of ydur de deposit
posit deposit every day for 30 days?"
Deposits could be made for Sunday on Saturday
or Monday, or by mail. Can you estimate quickly
the total at "the end of the month?
nunoitttt ino. uo fril i(tq q )a.iaitn iuS tofd t'Ht
".'iE'Olt eAt( p.noX XujJiigu Jno o SHipjoasy H"l

SOUND Teason Teason-lng
lng Teason-lng exercises
the wits in this
game in which
I four key f words
pertaining .to
r sound have .been
skeletonized and
r appear across the
tops of the Indi Individual
vidual Individual : diagrama
. at right. Tou are
t asked to restore

the missing .let .letters
ters .letters and. Identify
the words.
To begin, 'copy
the letters now

; showing In the.
. blank spaces di-
tfeotly below
' them.' That ia to
say, In the dia dia-!
! dia-! gram at top left,
, place the first O
.v ia the two blank
- below it, the sec sec-"
" sec-" ond. O hi the two
Blanks below it,

the third O In the four blanks below it, etc. Do this

-with letters to all four diagrams. , "i ij
4 'Then, "using tetters for clues, try to form short

words horizontally in the tower diagrams. Desired

letters will function In all blanks of vertical rows DKSP1 REPORTS on select neto
mcludina the too or key word blanks enabling you books of interest to homo

to restore all letters of the designated key .words.
It's fun-to make this a race against time.

Oluoqa fat uuo4 Buiflveaa r euoiouon :uioy

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Helping Yourself

Ma tch Ties in This One

TtHREB mini mini-1
1 mini-1 bers of a rifle
club, who were
also accomplished
mathematicians,
met for a match
In which t h a y
agreed to com combine
bine combine shooting
prowess with fig figuring
uring figuring skill.
- The target they
used is shown at
Hght
Each was per

mitted five shots. It was decided before the contest
that each man would try for a total score of 125,

but In amassing this total no two persons were Kneyman ,n art to view his sub-

Rifleman A scored 45 once, 25 twice and 15 Wice.,
Rifleman B scored 45 once, 35 once and 15 three
times. N I '
This left rifleman C, who took a moment ot grace
to decide) how he should shoot order' to achieve
the desired result. Do you see a way It can be dona ?
yao ui)i put eeutit eeam AfrJUasmi eMO-'e.n'

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craftsmen, hobbyists and collec collectors.
tors. collectors. Selected by Clark Kinnaird.
Pocket Field Guide to Trees, by
William C.' Grimm (Stackpole
Suns, 144 pages: $1.50), shows in
striking drawings the bark, twig,
bud, leaf or needle, flower, fruit
or seed, tof ever 100 American
"varieties so clearly that quick
identifications of trees can be
wade by any bird watcher, flow flower
er flower or nut seeker, camper or hiker.
Voice Across the Sea, by Ar Arthur
thur Arthur C. Clarke (Harper: $3.76),
. tells of the great engineering
achievements which produced the
- free flow of transoceanic com communications
munications communications by cable, wireless
and telephone.
Techniques of Painting, by
.Henry Gasser (Reihhold Publish Publishing
ing Publishing Co., 128 pages: $6.95), en

courages the apprentice or Jour-

: I DUNKING THE WATER SKIER

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Tongue Twisters

QEPEAT these aloud rapidly j

Vaeveral times:
t Sick sailors sorting snails saw
.-the sleek sloop sink.

Sain Schloop slurped leek soup.'

WHX the wa.
ter skier ln
the diagram at
left get a dunk dunking?
ing? dunking? Or will he
continue merrily
on his way? It
depends on which
path you .choose
"for him to follow.
Using a pencil
with' a sharp
point, see ow ow-quickly
quickly ow-quickly you can
proceed from the
small arrow at
bottom left to the
second small art;
row at top right,
remaining within
path lines at all
times.
Naturally,' if
the skier reaches

a dead end, It means he will be upset. Likewise if
he reaches the spot where the rope parts at center,
Into the drink he goes.
See if you can take the skier on a merry whirl
through the maze without Incident and as swiftly
as possible.
If more than one person Is to try; coyer the maze
with tissue or tracing paper for each one's turn. tl

mm

If
If

ject ln different ways and ex express
press express it according to a variety
of treatments. The illustrations
used make the volume a one one-man
man one-man show of the author's work,
which is represented now in
twenty-six museums and notable
collections.

NOTE Ai MUSJCAl MESSAGE

A; MUSICAL messags is contained in the diagram
at left. Its missing letters are represented by

ION,

g

IR IS wVRY

the various notes of the musical scale.

Names of notes
on lines, reading
from bottom to
top, are E-G-B-D-F.
Notes I n
spaces, reading
up, are F-A-C-E.
Letters of the
English alphabet
of course, are: A,
P, C, D, E, F, G,
H, 1, J, K, Ia, M,
N, 6, P, Q, R, S,
T. U, V, W, X,
Y, Z, -V
Those who are
musically in inclined,
clined, inclined, may wish
to sound out the
notes on the
piano. i
How quickly
can you spell out
the musical mes message?
sage? message?
Clue:-It's sub subject
ject subject Is pictured.
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1 The fifth book of the,

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VHi.il-RAliffimi. nomnrilpt. T

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V i-remaie bors.

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67 Examine superficially.
68 One of the Cyclades. ,
, 69 Whirlpool. .,
i v"?. VERTICAL
1 The 30th book of the Oil

.2 Anxiety. i

3-Th1i Is laid in the' way of the
wicked 4Jpb 18:10)

4 Legislative body.

SA wild beast trod this down in .. of
r Lebanon (2, Chr. 23:18) 12 Si'

9 Capital of New Jersey (,
10 Bone of the. cranium. 11 .'
11 This king did evil lit the sight

the Lord (1 Ki 18:30)

' 1W Wit ,

1 8 Exclamations

6 Go swiftlv.

7 Accumulate.
fr-A geometric sold.
.-savi i.. w- Y- V 4 I'-

this

.17 Algerian seapori

18-rSenseless.Jt,t V, -19
God endefhl'fhis upon bpth'
f the just and the unjust (Mat
5.45) i f. 4 f
',, 20-Leaves of a Calyx,'"'
- 22Awfirfe ijf'o. ."
'. 24 The 17th "book1 Of the Vew
- Testament.
', 26 Pedal digit "",,
27 Rescinds. '''
30 Casters off of feathers.

34 Anger,

COMETHINQ he sees has cap-

J tured the little bear's fancy.

UfU n if ha? J

V To find out, follow the English,- V

Jinee from dot A to to U, to s. i-cn vapiw uuh
D etc. (' ' ginnlngs or their endsr
'where two' letters ara close to Number for instance, Is Is-one
one Is-one dot, use the dot for both. MAD-RID -

Aft-rwaeds. use colored -nen- '. nas crazy iwu

3.
4.
5.

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. , t i so Tine criDes ana t-nansees oe-

V ; Lapitah vyorass .j :;:.
' v f, 38 Ballots. I
ih VOU don't hava to be a traveler 40-Obtain

to recognize these six Euro- straighten.-'
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cils or crayons to dolor the scene
as you choose. '((,,, ;
Can You Count?
IF twenty times a certain num number
ber number exceeds a third of that
number rby,, two hundred and i
thirty-six, what Is tha number?.
- Time limn: twd minutes.
. S joquuna eqx

has flghUng start
hks a fatherly, surU
-Ab ends with shivers.
ends with poultry.

ends with repose.

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After you've found these cities,"
see it you can think up some
more like them. 1
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,42 Cain dwelt east of here (Gen. ;

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43 Descendant of Shem.
43 Pomegranates were to be
; .rx placed on this part of the robe

" ot tne ephod (kx, m.m v
.4fl Re-lets. t
4 One of the orders of angels.
50 To the right ,i )
5l-Shicld. J
- 52 Brawny. -v.
58 Swayer. "-J yj t
' 60 He was a great man among1)'1
the Anaklms (Josh. 14.15),. k
81 Inh poet, i
, 61 -Syllabic stress." j,
f4 Persian fairy.
, ftWIsland In New York harbor.

68 Navigate, (

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13 Serf. -
; 21 Prevaricators. ;
23 The sun. .'-. i ,
25-i-Customs. i i T
27 Stream of water.' '
28 Eat away. ,' r
, 29 Simon was surnamed .: this
(Mark 3:16)
30 Theme or, subject (music) i
31 Father of Jeroham (1 Sam 1:1)
i 12 Hindu queen. , i
33 Appears.
. 36 New Testament spelling of
Shem (Luke 3:36) 1

. 39-Biblical land (Ewk, 47:10)

'. 41 Eagles nest
43 Sent out vapor."
1 44 Female tiger. .
47 Unused.
40African fly.' .1 i
' 51 Coral island.' '
W Plant juices -,
"3 Journey by ox -cart
54A-Hillside dugout f,
';r)!VA$sumed character.
. 57 Burden.
iR Wife of Geraint, ? i (
W Depend.
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Vra?) LADDER
ITS as true as ever that you;;
must save to become v rich. rich.-!
! rich.-! SAVE becomes RICH in Just four
' steps by the word ladder method
" of changing one letter each step step-to
to step-to leave a complete word.. Try tt
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BLACK, ts "given a choice', ot
moves after White's first play,
here. But tha fact is, whichever
,way Black decides to continue,
White's strategy Insures s win
: ,to four moves. t
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P.. Legge, .53-year-old INayy sr-jexpiam lheni but he never 4wilL
geon, made history by swimming. He is not tne explaining type and
the .Panama Canal in the record contrary -to the impression that

time of 21 hours and 54. minutes

Why did he do it? And how at
the age of 53?
To the first question, the jbke jbke-crackmz
crackmz jbke-crackmz doctor likes to say that

.her swai-the 35-mile on a dare.

He, says that his son Gordon, a
20-year-old Canal Zone ; junior
College student,, threw r the chal challenge
lenge challenge up to him at a dinner one

evening,

all of his publicity has left with
the general public, he is loo -modest
to try. x t
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reply. Legge gave his son partly., .f;''"
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how did he perform such a tren- '-uous
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easy-going temperament."' .
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Well, I might,' cracked xgge.-f (Continued from Pace THKf.c,)

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nourishment of a shot of whiskey, a chocolate bar and a hJl cup or consumme. it was ai
his stop: that a six-foot boa constrictor watch :d the proceedings from a nearby limb. '

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prised," ha said mildly.:s

Affof that, JnrMpnt. th( boat

crew knew that Legge was ;as
close to indestructible as any
man could be. :

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mnrn ynnrprrlprt with thn dis.com

fnrt'nf hfi trew-than with. his

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wife was waiting for word of his outcome, wind back when she read of his succtss 'Xou and
k. mwn "VAPkrt wr nmnatinr for headlines. The only difference was you made tt and the

rocket didn't.'' -- ? V, lf Mf -Q- " 4'4 if

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fusion con-fusion on the pier at Pedro. Miguel
Locks after completing-iis swim,
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He turned to each of them as he
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thnuohtfillnoo tnnk nlaov whpn

ha stnnnad for a muiM in the

boat on his second day in the

waten He had taken on irom
Gamboa that 'morning aching 'in

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r or lour nours s ne swam in' piy-condiuonea atnieie to swim

ices until returning home at .11
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for' 15 minutes whiI4 he- fussed

and fretted over tne inconvenience
ho hod phicmI hMr i H rpralled

that he had tried to give someone

"'But 1 wasn't very good at it?
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'Naturally conditioning, .train .training,
ing, .training, experience and stamina were
equally as important, in Legge' s
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JahntiMp uHiitfh-lWaa JEA stiff hp

could not bring his arm back any

lurtner man' aiongsiae ms neaa
in the backstroke.'

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therapist; Mrs, Mildred M. ,Kopf,
was- finally locate and brought
aborad in a rain storm..-
TrnniiallV Kha has hppM Safe, thp

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one-halif the-distance "he -did. By
hi"p!ilcln(f all nrpvinii.ii -records' he

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man crewman whn aprnmnanied LeffBe.

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4 BY DIGMimOF SOUIS

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't'Nrtaijm RevtsllMl: The Iva Afaiiut eaM.w

FROM ANCIENT FANGS

(A Ewft
(The t!ne f this poem is In the" far future,
Eherlly after peace and Imvi retarn ta earth.)
Like lamp of intricate stained-gl aa which hang
s i'rom curved blue ceiling. ;
1 A fa' bright-bPllied insect hangs up there.
At night, on traveler,
Jt lrop like rich and heavy poison welling
, From ancient fang.
That insect's not the only thing which fall.
So many things must fail in their short days.
Career and wins-cups; bomb and tennis balls.
TSven the sun. But sky? The sky must stay.
But now the sky itself is caving in.
O good old sky. 0 lid that keeps us snug,
lear blue in which we always used to trust
As in the nur.'e out childhood bullied so,
Wl:cn comfoit was to see her loyal grin,
Ufflv fnd fut", beam down onus below:
Dt'nr ic'", we nrav to yon: hold on. vou n,ust n,ust-llold
llold n,ust-llold -tighter, sky. Be roof to us, not rug.

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By IKK!GLAS JLAESCN JEMf KIANETT

Washington (NEAV-At'abig
Sed Army Day Prty, tossed by
4gariaM jiiiary Attache Kx
lj lisrlo and bis wife, guests were
--' loaSiing vrythig I lD
world peace to aporU cam, when
,e h.riem'e-jinnounced that he
had run out of wine and vodka.
- vm etu'ek tnink ng State Depart-,
ment-type suggested, they j aobsti-.'-e
Scotch. -. I-, s
. After the toasts got nderw..y -a?n.
the iommunist guesta ; be
n to really loosen up and forgot
ie,r lunial warinesa about prais praising
ing praising tilings taboo. t
tw on: Bed party-goer ev ev-en
en ev-en confided that Chiang might no!
' Kiwh a b-t guy after all.
Later 'a U. S. Army colonel
rj'V. : "We're wasting t'.me a

liaarmament talks.' Best way to

w'n tho-Old War is for someone

to simply convince the Russians to

oif'ne lr.T niiHjnai Draw nrom
vodka to Scotch.
Turkish press Attache"' AMemw
Kilic disagrees with -tfereotypin?
painters as starving artists, espe especially
cially especially If they're women.

(- la these eases he thinks tbat

it's' usuaUy the husband wlio gos
hungry, ".'.
'nr' the last 1 wo months Mrs.
Kilie has been holing up in the
basement turn n out one oil paint
in after "another.
She plans to unve:l them at a
one-woman art show next month

at the Middle East Institute' here

SMALL PERFECT MANHATTAN
Unable to hreatl.e. I inluUid Ire classic Aegean.
Losing my notherrv shadow, I :,.aretl,lhe, noon
Ol all almond grove. S he v urs U marble
Thanked, me tor laughter. f ,
Shapes! And 'Bclase,' n-lea."' rustled the quarries;
One touch will tree the serenity locked in our Mones:
But archipelagor of olives
Distracted me Khorewiirds.
Wi'ere sails were ripening 'toward an African sleep.
This youth wind was no Iriend of the wind of harps.
Not destiny l,ut destination
Incited the grain ships.
"Nevertheless be of cheer," said a Jolly skipper;--.
"1 well siek goats that once were deft at fldtes.
The lizard who now is proconsul of Carthage
Will bury you j.weetly
Then No to sweet Charon. Then home ,not to Sahara,
''he elephants' graveyard of classics ascended the singing
(ireen I wove just the :ize of the brow of
Small perfect Manhattan.
CRASS TIMES: REDEEMED ;
(An 15xeerpt ;
The music of the diunity of souls
Molds every -note I hum and hope to write. N
I long to tell the Prince of aureoles ,
Oioper-in-clay and hreathcr-into-dolls.
Kindler of suns, and chord that spans our poles
What goading reverence His tunes incite.
Then lips whose onlv sacrament is speech,
(ting Him the way the old unbapiized night
" Dreads and -
t needs and
lacks and "'
. loves the light.
May .yet when- slick with poipe I overreach; ;
When that higb ripening slowness I imoeach. s
- Awe of that miisie jolt W home contrite: ; . ., ,';
0 harshness of the dignity of souls.

since mv wifestarte-' etttn rea
d far her exhibit." KiHc explains

"r'hw re tJr iint"n. she

forgets about everything else, in in-eluding
eluding in-eluding ..aupper."
Other night at an embassy par party
ty party we asked two Russian army

a

there' s any araiei

Soviet

majors

servwe rivalry in the
men. w 'y

The majors insisted that such a
ih'.vt was completely unheard o:
in Russia, and that the army; na navy
vy navy and air force worked together
in perfect collective harmony.
We decided to find nut if the
Russian air force agreed and put
the same -question to .a co'.onel
dressed in a blue uniform,;. uniform,;.-1
1 uniform,;.-1 ' (V,.; -V' S "' 1
"I'm not in the a'r force," the
officer .exlaimed. "This is '".he
dress uniform of the army, the
best lighting force in Russia." w

Mary Hoffman and Sally Heit;
tbe slick-looking, ambit'ous publish
ers of Capital Calendar, a list of
upcoming social events, were walk
ing down Connecticut Ave. recent recently
ly recently when they- were aooroachel by
a young man who looked like a
masher. ; -v V
He was young, fairly .well-dress--ed
and, walked beside them 'at--,
tempting to start conversation.
The South Pole,' never exuded a
ch'll eaual to the one that the gals
gave him. Finally he said. "Well,
all I really want is to subscribe to
Capital Calendar. -v
.As one they screeched to a stop
and had e subscription form ;n
his band before he could catch his
breath-'
He finally explained that he was

new in town and thought he ought

I've lost at least five pounds- to start gett'ng around socially.

"Anvhodv would think. we ken

mir office In our flower-decked
Wv" Salty sa-a, reporting he in
cident. s.1 v A'"

A 13 year-old Vietnamese young young-Her
Her young-Her named NBuven vsn Toi'-completely-
flabbergasted waiter?

in the stoiL plush Mayawer lit)- S t

lei. the ;vr nay when he asked; v-.
for a bot dog. . -v .' "S5-""
. He bad just arrived in the L'.S. '. -f
to help, piomote welfare rcam-f
paign for foreign orphans and',
wanted something typically Amer-v
ican. r v t
Waiters ransacked 'every Vtch-.'

en in ,me notei wraiout tmuing a .-single
single .-single wiene; or hot dog I iih,
In fact,- they -couldn't ven -v find '
anv hamburger.-
Finally, they Uiked Thong into
eating n two-dollar steak sani
wich. The hotel picked up the tab. "1

State department wags like to"
brae that they were years ahead
of the White House in setting tip a
special Outfit like the National Ae-..
ronaulies and Space Administration
to' handle space problem..
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Anyone who doubts this s quick quick-ly;
ly; quick-ly; ushered, to an office where
sign on the door announces
"State Department Space Manage-
ment Branch."
The catch is that the branch's
job is to find -sufficient office
snace for the hundreds of State
Department employes. State space
boss is genial Charles W. S wink in.
Famed French chef Bernard Bi Bi-non
non Bi-non of the Sheraton CarJeton .Hotel
has. some deflating news for party
goers who think that having a tate
fo- truffles shows that' they: arn
true gourmets. - t
Truffles are smalt black roots
that grow'une'er oak tre--sc;ia
.Frnce.,
"'Pigs are crazy about them,! he
declares. Binon explains that farm
ers have to muzzle their swine to
nrevent them from - devouring
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s" By DREW fEAItSOM v "f

' WASHINGTON--.Four men from
Ct'nton,' Tenn. came up to Wash

nion ift-iry bee i u-Mircuv k-

senhower. (

Thev hd met in the otiice 01 An-.

dcrson County Judge D. Yarnell

(lie. meyio:s- Saturaay mgm- 10

make ptans for building a junior

hih school, ana tney sat unui wie
in the evening considering 'the

Hol'lem of their overcrowaea

schools. '

As they went home they duj not
know that their problem ..was

to, become gravely aggravated be

tore dawn ant morning..
" At 4 a.n. three bombs, careful
Iv tlmed and ohviouslv planted by

exoerts. exploded. They ripped

Clinton s high, school jiteraiiy into

ribbons. Walls were snattereo.

beam .cracked, windows- smateu.
even -the roof was ripped open by
he oower of the skillfull v nlanned

explosions. Sixteen out of 2 class
rooms were destroyed.
So the four men came to Wash

ington, a city which had helped
manv com m unites in the past and

from which had been handed dtwn

the decree for desegration.' which
'hev were obeying. ;

Pres:dent Eisenhower', they found

..V...M pnx pe them-. .
i He had to" erect the new am

,l'nt Finland- Richard

Rafael Seppala, and say "good-bye.
to the- ambassador from Canada,

N. A' Robertson. r-
, He also had to attend the sw-ar

ing-in ceremony of S new; special

assistant, uon raannerg, wun me

usual bus,ness of photograpn snoot

. After that, he took the afternoon
off. leaving" the next day for three

days in the Maryland hills before

flying to New York tor a Oig 0011
tjeal birthday party. : ;
NO FEDERAL. MONEYS

' The four- men from -Tennessee,
however,' were patient.' They had

hoped to see the rresMeni out iney

'id not complain i ney were a pie

to'see Kocco Sicuiano. -an assist

nt to the President, together with

Commissioner of Education Lawr Lawrence
ence Lawrence G. Derthick and one of his as
sistants. -AWen taHywhite.

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tThev- were sympathetic but .not
helpful. v-
"Uner. Public Law 825.". ne

four were told, "we can contribute

to a new school if your children's

parents work for the Federal gov

ernment and if their number is in

creasing. But the number of chil

dren whose,, parents are working

for the government (at tne near-

rv Oak,' mate atomic energv

ptadt) has decreased from 1572

children in 1956 57 to 1450 children
in 1957-5." .,..,

The Office of Educat'on had care

fullv looked ub the figures, found

that CUnton was not' qualified for

any Federal school construction

money thoueb it could receive a

driblet for "maintenance." .- ".

Derthick said he was permitted

some discret'on and might switch

!h1 monev from maintenance to
school construction, but it would
be no more.. than around $70,000
and a new schoolhouse would -cost
at least 1500.0)10., .,.

"Have you tried a public appeal

to raise funs? asked sicuiano

assistant to the President V

Der'bick : had recently returned

from.Russa. Upon his return he

oronounced Russian education as
toundint" ample' teachers, up-to
late schools, unerowfied class

rooms. He warned that .the United

states could not s:t by and watch
Russian education forge ahead at

this ramd Dace.

But he had no solution for the
stupendous problem faced by .the

four men from Tennessee in keep

ing Clinton's children from falling

behind Russia."-' -The
four men went back to Ten

nesseeM talked to, them regarding

their problem. '-
"We already have three prima primary
ry primary schools moved out of condem condemned
ned condemned buildinrs." explained O, C

Mayes, retired c al. operator and

member of the school-board.

"They're in temporary quarters,
local churches., waiting until we

can raise -the money foe new pri
mary school buildings. We .need
ed a new. junior high besides." -

OVERWHELMS PROBLEM

I Was just a little awed at the orob-

"n tiein" Clinton. He estint-Hed

the over-all cost of new school

bu Wings at $1,000,000.

Judge Yarnell was asked how in

tegration had been working ih the
high school which had been blown

tin. obviously -- because U Negro

children had been admitted.-' ; ;

As smooth as a man could ask.

be replied. '"There was no .trouble

from the outside last year,, ana
this year it was going even bet

ter. We were merely trying to obey

the law. Lots of people don't care

much for integration, but. they no

believe in obeying the law." And

that s what we were trying to do.

Frank Wilson, attorney for the

county, said thai raisins the mon

ey looked pretty difficult ."How

ever, we re determined to keep the
schools open, We've' moved the

children into an out -school Dunn

ing at Oak Ridge, 10 mhes away." ;,

He did not know how they were

going; to raise the money for a

new scnoomouse.

James Newman, the school pnn
eiial. said there had been no trou

ble with -desegregation jfor, two".

"ears not since-John Rasper.! tie :

Washington; D.C agitator, tried to

ipfi" fn community,
"We've been getting some'nice
er Vm neoole who' want to ..'

help build new school," he said.' 4

"Mr- an Mrs.' Harold Isaacs 01 4
Waban, Mass., sent us $25," and
hef pice letters with checks
cam from Dr. and Mrs. Thomas
August' of Waltham. Mass.; C. F. i ,'
Saunders, Fitchburg, Mass.;1 .- and
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Taylor, Mid- 7
dletown; Conn.) We're certainly ;
grateful. But it will take a lot of
checks like that to get the chil children
dren children back to school" ,'.
Clinton. Tenn.. is a proud com

munitv. It Is not a community

which will appeal for charity.,. It

has been proud of its children,
nroud of its effort to obey the law.

proud of the fact that it has mind minded
ed minded its own .business,.
- But it is overwhelmed and stun stunned
ned stunned at the problem it now faces

with no help from tne govern mens

Mayes was not complaining. He ,in Washington, :

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Jhe sterophonic 'idea eoald -solve
' th; central "recording problem b.
- Berlioz's Requiem, which requires
fouf Jwass bands-m addition to
huge .orchestra and an; Ve la'g la'g-f.
f. la'g-f. ttunr -'
- I It isn't only the multiplicatron
"of instruments; it's al. tlie plae-
i' in of 4he bands o that "t h e y
corn at you ront all four diree-

. his problem ia dealtb with mduithat. would Jflterest .any.pshyclua

This pnonograpnicaiiy vpo'
Arftin mi-all excel'

. lent perirmaTce fcy the. Hartford
Symphony orchestra ana chorus,
' Fribi-. Mahler conducting ? ( Van-

euard 1026 27 Micropnone piacc
ling created the illusion, that the
hands are not one nui ep i
and comevat you from separated
places. ? Your i imaginatiosi can do
4he rest.j' J '
It wi( recorded scored"
by rili. oUheooh t mwadavs
we caw amplify y etotra
btHer than he amplified by
. .i.aiH MhA linnfL
; Conductor Mahler's perception.
re acute; he fliaiinsutsnea
failing between the exoujs'te
and the. subtle; ne unaeisnini'
conductor's role U hold so
-ft- A n tit HM ho1r 1
'After last January's excitement
er- s Jthe -. Metropolitan opera
VorM premiere of Samuel : Bar-
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RPLF.DEFENSE Standinf
. behind a bullet-proof concrett
- Slueld; thirarmed Pails notice.
man watches -over St. Sulpiw
Square, alert .for attacks, bi
' Algerian tuyfrorists. "-- '
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Herewith And solution
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Sunday.

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most enough merely ur iepun
thatt be complete recording, by
th. ut sct jnrt wiin me- rirai-
niaht MHuiiiHflr. Dtmitii Mitrooou-4
los, is at hand RCA Victor-Ul-
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c.t ;t hh 1u added t thai the
hiikw cntmH rvnt" better when
Jofii) frmn stace" actions, which
nllH : ennf-entration noon a
set or abnormal sna. unDeuevanie
chancier witn oitoeai tmemro
i Srahms' enlv sene x-ycle. the
IS "MafeUM": sengt,, has bawl
recorded by'' Dietrich 1 Fisher
Diska a baritone wife bath
the weice and the aensibilitiea
far It, aid Jr Oenwa, t t-fiight
fiight t-fiight pianist, which is ell te 1ne
' teed because the piano v parts,
rfmmmnA a mhcIi as tha- vocal.
. A Pity you hear .-Magelone'!? so
rarely; It contains some, oi
Drthmt' finvKt miniatures -- ana
he was "a creator- of unforgettable
qniniaiures, uecca-ui i. s
; Photography
Th Air, Age finds ;mcre and
more travelers carrying their cam cameras
eras cameras with then as : they, board
planes on business or vication
trips. Making pnoiograpns uvip
uliners is tairly Simple If you
abide by a few- simple ru es.
" The best seat for picture-taking
is ia the rear, on the .side away
fomthe sun. j The camera should
not touch any part of tne plane
or window. It should be focused
on infin It and used wan tue vast
est shutter speed."
Th Jvni Anemn? snouia oe ae-
creased with .increasing altdule..
Between 100U 'ana fliw. leei, h
EhmiM h annroxima elr one
third of a stop smaller than for
ground subjects; between 2000
and 4000 ieet,' half a stop smaller
and atwwa 40zO feeLvabout one
stop smaller.
lf yoar camera has a lens ,as
fast as f28 -you can Jry yi'enor
cao n sno.s at x-ain
on bright -days with,' Jtodachrpme
filmr daylight type.'
You can maKe interior movies
at. M.. -Cloud .banks .with the
wing tip of the plane in the fore foreground
ground foreground are subjects worth t few
exposures: X-2;;th of a secpnd
will do-t Job., '.
- A gu'de lor aeial exposures
wi h KoHarhrome would be l-200th
a- f-5 6 ior views from the nlahe
window1 in bright sun.., With Aoaa Aoaa-color
color Aoaa-color film, 1-2001H with the aper
lure diet btiweett f- and f 11
Your, t.iovie camera can be .set
24 frames per second or faster
because the slight slow motion
pffec w'll lend to make sudden
iarring sesm less npticeab'e when
iha film shown 'tin the home
screen. The apeHrtre at.ii rrS
noma nc set- t ; r;
No. 75i Rkas Auf. t
to "Sunday Crossword Pus- h
today;
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7H BROADWAY OOLO RUSH
The 'theatre Is a fairyland
and a -factory. Its enemy
timklnti Am Investment attrac
tion of Wall Street, theamb-
ling hazards of Las vegas puis
touch of Aiiee-in-wonoeriana.
All a producer has te no n tw
a script e .theatre, money start
and directpr collect raye -netic-s-and
he Has. It Made. .Ev .Every
ery .Every business has a certain a a-mount
mount a-mount of' imponderables. The
theatre has more than most.
For example, a shew may run
more than a year and wind up
wtti toss xas .a consequence
Of high operating,, costs. Anoth Anoth-r
r Anoth-r shew may fold after t h r e
weeks "end show e profit if W
i soM to Holhwoed. Among
the oddities of theatrical econo economics
mics economics this: A man may pay
a t(cket-scalpr 10 ,for a pa r
of tickets to a hit that bring en en-n
n en-n SU at the box office. . -Tho
most impertent 'feet -of
the theatre's economic I fe 1s 4te
spiraling producrien. costs... When
the Th atr Guild pre 'ueed O' O'-Ne'll's
Ne'll's O'-Ne'll's "Strange fnterlue" sever several
al several decades age. if cost jll.OM.
Today the production cost of
4he same show. would exceed
ciao aoa 1
nsnit the haiards and the
u.j.okai 4h risir.,lA be. nro
ducer is ilmost compulsive -One
t ik. junluiinnrirv thpatre'r most
iio..sfii1 nraHiuert ia Roeer Ste-
; multimillionaire
rMltr Nevertheless. he' toils
, r in th .-theatre' than he
does in real 'estate. .Mr. Sle-
. H. m a lU.n -turtft A arc
oottin."Tim Remembered into
nr iuctlop. After tariy months of
negotiation, he manged to sign
Helen Hayes and Susan Stras Stras-hr
hr Stras-hr Roth imDosed a condition.
however, litey ..wouiq nave i
anorove the actor chosen far the
. .... ..
!. lat Stv of liter noted:
"So here I im with'.two big stars
and no place to go 'unless I can
r.A tMA ah. nlaMa tn hnth
of them. I 4eU "yoij that you have
nvtuvlv wh eah make. S50.600
year in this1 business- could make
ten' times as much in say other."
, Tho theatre Is ..probably tho
only business that Isn't m
nets. It is burdened with intan intangibles
gibles intangibles and risk which would
Impress mewwafoMmber. .

fAf. II

In
illustration, it opened to ravesh.
The musical was a hit on optn-
na nioht'-and for th n x t
tkraa waaka it was a floB. The
show was not far -from collapse
wsen Its bratn-;rusrrs oeraenra
a weasel in the workst Its ad
verts sir ssed baseball, i And
while the .port is a national
pastime, it seemed to be a han
dicap of B'way. From then on,
the exploitation concentrsted on
Gags and Dolls. The result:- A
fconania.
SnrreRS haa no "field formula in
the theatre. Lady Luck, of
enure, nlava a vital role. Some
producers' have turned dross into
pure gold while others nave ig
nored eoldm nes. the oest or mem
have been 1 guilty of incredible
bloopers, '"The Green Pastures"
was ignored by numerous weu weu-known
known weu-known producers before : : it was
bankrolled b- a Wall Streeter tak
ing his initial flinC as a produc
er. "Street Scene" was turaeo
down by .the Theatre Guild, .Da .David
vid .David Belasco, Arthur Hopkins, Jed
Harris and Sam Harris. At wooos
declined to produce a play called
"Marriaffe in TriDlicate." ft cos
ts.600 to produce and earned $6
million under uie uue, -aoic s
Irish Rose." George M. Cohan.
l Wnnrla.- a'nrf William Rradv
spurned "Broadway." Jed Harris
produced it and personally newea
Jl.5O0.OOU.
Hnaiird Pullman. one Of U
most successful play backers.
muffed his biggest opportumty. He
LTfJUlU liawfff ,,1-cmin. .... ULV 3;;.,a&.
AL-UhAma t" harkvr with a ; 115.-
1000 investment He turned it down.
Eventually., the 15,000 was wortn
over $500,000.
The theatre is not a Paradise
fnr in cel I. The odds ettinst an-
trela earninc a ; profit; are about
5 to Lilt required three months
and countless auditions lor produc
ers Hal Prince and Robert', lint-
fith to raise the com for "Paja-
ma Game." Among the backers
were 15 chorus girls who put. up
elirked. thai Producers' stock xoom
ed. Thev cot the' money for
"Damn Yankees" .in three- days.
, Kim anorla ar reallv aneels
ITa enahla Morton Wishenfirad to
write "ine none uancers, nve
friends loaned Jkum U,0OD. liey
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I expected no interest on their mon
ey. And they ptay taiiea,. wis-,
hengrad owed them nothing, lnci-
rlntallv an nf th "preat" ad
vantage of being an angel is that :
uie producer gives you we privi
lege oi ouying ucxeis lor iusi. iusi.-nights.
nights. iusi.-nights.
" The tanier side, of the thea theatre's
tre's theatre's economy is illustrated by
a Mike Todd incident. -. ."Nek-
ed Genius, ce-euthorod by Gyp -,
sy Rose .Lee .and .George S..
Kaufman, was hammered in the.
try out towns. -The authors org -ed.Tedd
to fold the show before :
coming te Broadway. ,:..T odd
was adamant far a'good rea reason.
son. reason. He had sold tha movie
rights to the show for $187,000.
Under the terms of the con contract
tract contract the play had to run en
Broadway for 3 weeks. Tedd re revised
vised revised the shew -and before the
Broadway i premiere ho ran an
ad ::stating candidly: "Guaran "Guaranteed
teed "Guaranteed Not To Win The Pulitzer
Prise. It Ain't Shakespeare But
If s Laughs." The shew ran for
four walks playing ta near ea ea-pac'ty
pac'ty ea-pac'ty than Todd closed hY Ho
later explained with a straight
face; "I went ta see it one !vy
and didn't like it." -
'The problem of winning money
and and influencing angels is gen-.
eraJly a difficult one. Nevertheless,
it is a cinch when you have a rec
ord of success. "... .Producer Her-
man -Levin had trouble fihdins

backers for "Gentlemen Prefei
Blondes' He eventually prevailed
upon Rodgers and Hammer stein.
Imh liina anil Inland Havjrara

to put up $5,000 each. The names i

of the backers appeared. un m ?

papers. Mr. a Levin told an inter,
viewer the other day: "The day
the papers appeared, I just tat
at tne leiepnone. taxing -oroerx
Everyone wanted to get into ths
snow, in a tew nours i raised

ver $100,000. Tne same people 1

tried to get money from- to;
mnnthi wera 'bleadine with m ta
Uke their, dough.? .

. He- made money with "Gentlo
men Prefer Blondes," lost it all
on another show, then hit- blngf ;
as the producer of "My Fair L

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' iww m urn rtSSiS -Tnr : tst
il-lh ointment vaseline by the doctor, who n the "J nT75n5M6 . '17- V - t
, V? IS Is Jookin htfrd nd- must protect his burnlnt ey Irom the j 22 2- if A

i I ti -,n ,m nrnhBhlv sttribute his next day. An, owervea ea. VA i- Vsl I rX4 1- YA

t. f- f r ". hi. .hUm tmoeri-l "Are yqu going to oea eariyr- 1 Vf I l irf n i i '

1 i I .'"Weil, i m not usuauj -i

U th rar kind" of I

r" man who never loses his sense of
' V; v humor. He was i;racjcing jokes at
. 'I1 the end his swim in the same
l- j way that he had at the beginning.

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On- the eve of his attempt he
was standing on the pier at Gatun
looking out over' the long, twist twisting
ing twisting Canal he was to swim the

At the end of. ms swim an,e,x-i ...fawuiw ; ;X2 TaL
halted Legge Rooked back through f oughly 5-Sport,f -, r )09-Appl r

water be had just conquered,1 J kj5 Riverain kind JU Tower v

.'Thai s a aamnea long miai, r ecouana v u ai-umn

he said. 18-Creen 61 Washe -w-TmcJs

Vkrwoajc

'. nrai 3 Edit -i 114 Preaerv

I r4, ''r, J LailBlaffc TOar ior : .Ut partly

s s-v- I 24 Muslcah J .aunensioii' tw.

.J ,,SLK N ',s?" I J- drama ,r ftJurober j Cadmus

J- VtA- '- Practiced 1 '3 Ago -123-r.Turned
f ?- v .JS I 1. v N Vs r, w.,. tt-JCftretn 77Rllat' 12

hard -i f aiaing-. 118PIc. K

53.Inorgaaie 72-Cut into,,,, WDltigtef

"ltd J-?rotubW- tirt safety

(Consumer ance M. v ... jamp

1 Solicit skull ,' (mining).

32 Earhke 82-Asiatic l?9-Ancient
nart . country Greeft

.rtnn(. J. 84 Piace -market w

3u,BARk ''(,- "again

rfr'irfar-'&':f ductorffi03-J-'Worth- I
?L Wow -j ectrc.ty V .less? t
9-BeyoncU. 60 Rescuer' ..v. 4Bib.)

11 Beetle ; !64 Apart-,"-' ,106Stupidii
12- Upbraid-5MJaw r 107Wwl ,t. ;
-,ing 6wBird-not ilfffRoman

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Holcomb, Vincent-Holcomb, i friend from the Nails' neighborhood, prM their
excitement after the doctor's success. Their mothers followed
' the swim by ear from Gatnn to Pedro Miguel. f a

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K officer

37 Not

many

39 Build

41 Zealous

Spain tolace'-t

86 Female, 131 Remedy
.? antelope for pain
87 Redeem 134 Shield.
89 Localized . shaped

vector 135 Dogma

R.hiifBi 91 Reserved 136 Power

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name boss tu jvoiai.-

44 Harden 95 Bound ance

16Violeivt with 137 Land,

dread narrow .; .measure-;?

48 Start bands 138 Blushing

50 Formed 97 Thread of 139 Supplies

glossy meiai io wv,"f
Burfneo nn 9fS Seemed on march.

52 Herring 102 Biblical 140--Chop

sauce

1 whalea- V45w!tMt-v akin on
. .2-3ourmet -land; bird ;

3 DireotOfi -,os or anv pba Av ;
4 lien's,, '- ..'island In V 4 Regtetted. f.".
8 Dull ' Atlantic V y1 'prof oundl f
- 6 RocK'o? A-psSeparate 96-rODetract'-;, :
" n "'' '' 67 Large ,'V 88--Astefn, ; -j J v

. . of lay SSBaby -a10QrSmatt ;;.vV-i
J nna linderi"' Ionian detached r (

'rurof v J mvthicatVt lur (zool.)

k ;ffai t"". ductor offi03-i-'Worth

lOCap

lS-White--'og-Again ; procura
poplar put into tor y
lVtWdW vessels. V llf-Light
ht.itiwi fl Rostltoh carriafife

' 16 What-not 74,-Thrower 116-Island, n

f17'-Even ,7 Amount meuiwi
. rnotMv" nn whlrh. ranean '

19 DecimSLl- assessi A 117 Reacquire

22 Beak 1 levied 122 Often
28 Pierce '78 Cover end fioetic)

30 On shield" again 124 Spanisft ,j
- ed side 81 Marked title of
32 Admit with -spots respect
'33 Impas or lines 126 Indistinct
. sive 83 Moves at 127 Town,' in

34 Kingly an easy Belgium
36 Reamer r it 128 Distant
,38-r-Marry rv $ Long ; 130 Ribbed
4nttnff L drawn t cloth

42 Emulate ' speech 1 132 Animal's
45 Required 88--River- '-.foot, "x
47 Refresh. flowing 133 Burmese

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-to Drava nature

,auce. "'sufferer 14ts-Sati,fled .7 I jtime" 90 Repulse apirft ',f

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O PRESIDENT EISENHOWER? OPENED a 5,300-mile
. political campaign tour with a speech in an Iowa
corn fiehCand reminded the farmers to count their
blessings under his Republican administration. ;--The
chief executive spoke at the national corn pick-
" hg contest ; on the 80-atre Iarm- of Lumir Dostal 0
lilies from, Cedar Rapids. A crowd-of several thou-
land watched the President's big plane land in Cedar
Itapids, where he switched to a helicopter -for a m m-'ect
'ect m-'ect hop. to the contest site. A'
'. Sheriff James Linn estimated the crowd at the con con-lest,
lest, con-lest, which Fprawled over 300 acres, 'at being in the
ielehborhood of 85,000 people. - -;

.Eisenhower disclaimed pontics in-ms pnei speecii

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CANAL ZONE GOVERNOR William E. Potter tord; OTIIE FIGHTER WHO delivered the third blow to ":
.Panamanian businessmen this week 'in no uncer- American boxing prestige within a month Js look-v
tain terms that the Canal Zone is a gold mine and a Jng for a title fight, -1
commercial paradise for those-who are willing, to Henry "Twin- Cooper of London upset Zora Folley, -"hustle'
and produce thc right sort of goods at the toy U.S. heavyweight .contender' in London Tuesday -fight
price.. : .- v night. Cooper said.u "I expect a title fight- witij
following a letter to the Panama Chamber of Com.-- Floyd Patterson aniji I expect to baat him."- -,-merce
giving details the Canal Zone' market, Potter Cooper apparently has good reason to believe his. "-attended
attended "-attended a meeting at the Chamber and told the 10-round decision over Folley Tuesday night would
members 'how they could sell more goods In the Zone.' boost him to a title shot. Observers Jeel Copper has
Reaction to h! talk has centered round his conten- the Inside track over two oyer Europeans who, recently -tion
that if Panama cannot, produce the right sort -beat American contenders In Europe, c '-.., ..."
ot goods,.-the Canal Zone Government reserves the Not only did Cooper snaD the top American con- -right
to buv wherever it thinks best and not.neces- tender's winning streak at 21 bouts.-,, but he-fought

but the manner in whlch-he praised the" farm record sarily in the United States. l, -asa favor to promoter 'Harry Levene -of London a

if the GOP made this more than a "glve-em-hello Opinion in Panama, Business circles1 tnrew. Dacx a?. close mend or chamn Patterson and the champion's
ilsit -' '-i '' Potter a clause in thft 1955 Treaty which says that the manager, Cus D'Amato. V' "-: J"-1; '' "'
-Instead of "comine orit'and saying Jarm belt icon-. Zone should buy either, from Panama or from the o '
litions are attributable to GOP policies, the President United Slate. Potter had asked why, if Panama could Middleweight Jose Torres who scored, his seventh ,,
laid it-was a matter of freedom not produce the goodsshould the Panamanian busi-. traight pro victory Monday nlsht will meet Oana- ,'.

"Our farmers should always be free to make thfcir newnen worry wnere ioiie uuugiit num. tuan wjiH-fleavyweigni eurse jujiery hi, newiorM;'

lAiiove ruuer itu me isuimus iur oiabesiue ium oi muuoias are inuv. o. 1 '
yesterday ha commented that he was disappointed '. Torres knocked oufc Frankie 'Kid"f Anslem ef Phll-

that this one point in his address snouicj nave oeen aaeinnia in me ninth rount t saint. Nict's. It wan

1 wn decirions and to use, free markets to'' reflect Jthe

tirishes of orflducers and consumers, ne saia. 'jjue
lart-ely to these practices of -freedom, farm prices are
oing up." .
Former President Truman arrived In Washington

n the political trail only a few hours after President

siezed upon and the rest of. his .advice apparently the fifth K.O. In seven starts for the 22-year-old
ignored, - - Puerto Rican. 1 -j
In his address he made it clear that there were" ''' o f i i-

vast oonortunities for trade in the- Canal Zone but

bsenhowcr left for-his campaign Junket to the West warned that h would not rlve wa

Pacair fifpnoal .nrll Via opV i

Stenpel jined a n?w contract to manage the world

Yilh. f-tandards which the United States had achieved 'b'mt)iofr New York Yank-"- for the next two years

over the Jajsti 50 years in food products

, 1 .According to a House committee report, a board 'of
consultants on Isthmian .Canal problems has appfov
ed ft projected short-term proernm for improvements
In .the Canal estimated to cost $18,950,000. The board
, of consultants, which consists mainly of engineers, Ss
makine recommendations on. the nroblems of enlarge

ment of the locks, a sea level canal or an! alternative

waterway. '-' ; .-.-. ... r.v

Sa'nrv.,. It could exceed $100,000 oer-vear.

Step?eI.'who is' 68 year,"- o!dv1urt ?ulded the.Yau
kees to their rlnt'i Ampricsn Lep'-ue oennant and'
se-M-nth wor'd ihp-rmIon",,-'L,---di":in'i' bis -10-yeat1 .reifi;n.
He. was ra-hired.at his estimated $80J)00rfl"year
salaryj r plus a bonus jrranfement, Fnr several ,ea-
fan Stnwl has been the highest paid manager In
hof-bail rji-ory, - '
"Thh li.the sixth' two-vear e.nntrpct'elvpn Stems-el

bv -neral ma-ritrp-' ffeorce Weiss Sines Stengel Joift-

. Domestic itnues atipeared certain to dominate the
meeches, of both Tronan and Eisenhower In the next
few days -1 -
Truman has put himself at odds with- some mem mem-.
. mem-. bers of his nartv bv backina Eisenhower's Ouem'oy-

Matsu foreign policy, ''while the President said, at his
pews conference Krt week that "'foreign policy ought
to he keot of nartlsan debate." --,..
TrumarL Interviewed durln a. brief stonover at St.

rno. .Afo iuMnrrfnn fkureria,, .hirht waterway.--' i v i ... f -fv" '. Bv "nerai maT'rp re

tuZ.t ;LV?.:' 1 A recent recommendation to" the House com'mittee Ted the.raBw in' 1949. e-- 4-

teat foreierr noliticar covered short range imorovementa. as follows: im sfn-el nte-, to i-ave rnr York Citv tomorrow' for
' ea"nan sDeerfies snom'pe.K 0IPucai -proved lighting through the Gaillard Cut-and at the Ills hnm Jn nie,, California. . and some, think think--
- think-- But Wuman noted that "neonle are frustrated over' lofks moorinff faculties north of Pedro Miguel locks, hif about nell year. , ;
.iv. n... ..m,i..i. nnii,T, rnv,t. tivr. wlaeninc of the Paraiso-Cucaracha reaches ana of . o -,

'These improvements are, understood to be leading Cr"rev Berry.
ta24 hour-a-day .operation of the Canal. Duren was fined 250 for allegedly makin?,a so-
, v o- '', .iJeA.'Vhoke-un", eesture toward the umRire. during
-Balbia Madstrate's. Court this, week dirtnissed the tb sixth came of th. World Series. k

case against Sebastian Villa 21 who .was accused of Th Yankee relief "ac Fald,, "Thev.to'd me I but my

assault with a dangerous weapon in connection witn
the shooting of a National. Guardsman In Ancon. dur during
ing during 'the recent Panama student troubles." v
This was oh the .motion of the District' Attorney
who have "lack of proof" a the ground for the-dis-missal.
Canal Zone authorities had asked the Pana Panama
ma Panama National Guard for custody of the other, two men
involved in' the shooting but the National Guird fail failed
ed failed to comply with this. Villa,, uoon leaving the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa court a free man, turned himself straight over
the National Guard in Panama City 'who'had a war warrant.
rant. warrant. tr him orrPlt 1

Meanwhile; .the Injured Guardsman Teofilo Villa

' lne- in'-aorlcultural states -are worried, and they've got
right to be.", , j

The .Little Rock. Private -School Corn, announced
lrlrtay that It wllj open segregated private classes for
Wh't' school seniors starting-tomorrow. ?
Little Rock's four .public high schools' have been
flosed since oneninsr of -the fall Aerm to orevent them
- from belmr Integrated under court orders. The city
U now under fnlunctlon to prevent leasing of the pub pub-lie
lie pub-lie school bulldinss to the nrivate 'corporation. j
-'" Dr. Thomas J. Raney, nresident of the nriyate school
1 eorooratlon. announced todav that volunteer contrl contrl-tutlon
tutlon contrl-tutlon hve reached .61.81.25 And that "this a a-m"nt
m"nt a-m"nt will allow hi to start operating.' --y
" Th" clas?i will be for white nuoils and wilt be hetd,
in a hue, three-storv bul'dlnln western 'Little Rock:.
T wts formeriv-used-by the University of Little Rock
. Gduate renter. r 1

Rsnev js!M ?1 or 82 teachers fre Available, though

does not .Know

hani on m' firot when I wns Br"nc wifi Berry
h"t I hnneptlw don't, remember doinr it." Then he mid, ..
"Tf 1 fM Ho.Jt... T' certofn'v am sorry and J want to
apologize to Charley Berry.'
Team cantairi Del Crandall of the Milwaukee Braves
sav tat ft. Isnt- fair .being slapped with fines by the
bayeball oommWoner. -; (' i ,;.
Crenf'aM Rnd 21 other BraveV were fined 5n anlec

for y!oletln'R regulatitir. on'dHoslng World stM
share. Crapdall svs "We'rf beine; made goats." He
savs the 'ntormatlon eon'd have -come from "other

ifilo Villa- ponrc.es ''.'It of oeooJe Vhew nbont the snlK." sbv

rreal was civen a good chance of Jeeoverv bv Gorgas Del. "oiher. members of the organization 'could have

doctors, desolte the serious bullet. wound In his- heart.

Mid-week, a Catholl priest conducted a mrrlae

xeremonv at his bedside for him and his wife who had

been guilty,'

W nrtatriiMM ear, be onened for the 10th and cemonv at his Mdside for him and his wife who had .- A senior buarterhack from Via Tech is the'U-S. to-

' 1Ji wdei ' ------ .aireaay naa a civil marriage. tai effen- leader in college football this week.
Ranev said enior. wllUstud'v a basic college course - rr-.,,777 taca 6! t?e! Xir,:ln'ans 'hojd three
Dt er,n-H. mathematics, government, biology,, physics AmWyman Juan B. Arias ?i"d wfi b? f f lht II f."r berihn, lnhat Je,5a'tent- "'T7
r hutorv 1 f tlonal Assembly in Panama City a bill to legislate leads with fi20-vards in four ;ames. Behind" .him is
Tn order to 'have enoufV, credits for college, high waer increases ranging from five to 25 per cent for Dick Bass of College of Pacific. Recce Whitley of Vir-
uc'-n j.or.oi.. mnt have 172 da. ftf school ... certain government and private emoloyea. The bill and Dick Longfellow of West Virginia. Bast holds
. -ri M he'- on it"davs in arv Effort to covers, workers earning from $25 to $150 per month, the too soot in the rushinsr deoartment with 562-
, t,, time although -all normal holidavs wilt a"d would aoolv to all government and private in- yards In three games. Second is Don Perkins of New
be orved- nouaays win fiMtut,nns tno.xWho 0w ove that their Mexico. Bob Newman of Washington State Is'the top
- .- v - ooerations did not make a profit. It would not Apply, nasr with 47 coronlettorm and M touchdowns Whit-

Five jnen were' lnd"td In Atnta. n vesterivJ however, to rtoestlc workers, aorrentices or, to agri- ;;lev Js rnnnerup, Lee Grosscuo of Utah Li third and

Jn connection

Tfnie here. here.-The
The here.-The irand

trli, cheir for the dvnamitin last Sunday of the house as reported yesterday that in the first week of glv- Miss Hanson won onlv two tovrrnaments but earn--

workers had turned In lust over $17,000 contributed money In all 25 events. On the Ladles Professional
hv Comoanv-Government neronnel towards the $125, Golfers' ioclatfon tour. Marlene Bauer Hagge was
000 nought -.by the United, Fund for 17 community eond with $11,890. Louise Sug was third. Mickey
agencies. - Wriaht fourth and Fay Crocker fifth. It was the clos-
" ,"' 1 o - -' est, or''' rnoney race In tjie history of women's pro

j nomas nerrmg. a -vear-ow American poy was poir with five, players earning more than $11,000 a

Fere' ldi"td H Atnta n vesteriiv however, to rtoestlc workers, anorentices or, to agri- ;lev Js rnnnerup, Lee Grosscuo of Utah Li third and
l with the dynamiting of the Jewish' cultural instllator. which do not regularly employ .Harold Stephens of Hardin-Slmmons Is fourth.-.
v-. -7 f more than five workers. . . ; o ,
dry handed own Indictment's "agaln'&t ' Tj,r- '1 A f feverlv Hanson Is the top money winner In worn-
at could nossiblv send them to the elec- Canl Zone Tlnit-d Fund has onened and if en' golf this year. ----- v,4 .'..' :

rintint salesman who lives In a sso.nno home vi-j 71 7L r' "L i "-.V "v? i"W9 ra'.'
mer class section. Own BrighU Kenneth B!wT-H ''RS "IIyl,oati 1? plecf "l"v
tiffin, -n emnlove of the State Revenue De- leaninr over the rail watching the fishes, when a tide -;;. .':Lj:t
d'piphard and Robert Bowling, brothers.' TfL'TZO An American 'promoter

of worhirj on fameo peachtree Street,

, An Atlanta detective working on the case disclosed
.Meanwhile -that the identity of a sp-called -"rat cat"
tfnnneier of such terrorist activity as the Temple
, to"bing.
Thoie indicted todav Include Wallace K. Allen, an
' Atlanta printing salesman who lives In a 30,nno home

In n unoer

Crater Griffin
pprt.ment, end

- The indi"t.menti came under-term of a stote crim crim-'
' crim-' Jr' 'ode tbt t'un n nenaltiT of '0 yers Jricon
.."ment. anrlsnossible electrocution for dynamiting a
, building within a .city's limits. tj - ;

The detective."! had been working, around the clock

lne dymlt blew an 18-ouare foot hole

of the Temple and demolished its religious

re hefore ''awn Sunday.

, .Mot investigators believed the bombing was nart of

n interstate, or possibly, international, conspiracy.

w .ttumarl a warnlOff to

end reuht bU head between the pilings- and -a'
stanchion on the iHe of the ferry; '.fW "jord mwe no .fc t be,ln Rvdi.

fristohoi vhen t bale of wax

-rence. 52 was killed at "wtrlia rort W (r hi would act to ston.Ellloti
fell on his head dur ng .Vey' A"81"' VI' r.env(t,t'

th- rnroaUn of a .hlo. we And.

Judge nnthrie r. Crowe handed out a 10 year hard c nromoter" MhS 7i ssie fails to shoW
ibor .wnten" on Panamanian who rarjed a vouna acc?r.om51l?5 ii.i-tV-ii tm.,n non!ored bv

I the clock firl at ArrMlin. T. man was I6n Bovce. 34. o:J'" nrevenehim from
in a,wall h-d a long record of crimerincluding assaulting, worn- .tV Stthe? m i o or amateur avitt aid
ousvschool ..,vi 'T m ,if iriHott doesnt run for me, he won't run for any-
va.'oart'f Th 'Nifio M1116n." Panami's millionth "lnhabTtant one-" ,.-y" xl.' 0
isoiracv in echedu'ed to arrive here late this afternoon, end- ' i n,- m.inr. imrier the late

-I..; '. .1 Vli' 1"5Amolfl.d.! bf5ne!I' Ji4 ? Oonnle Ma" t PhiladeiIa 18 aoparently;,

jinrmurii cmujiiai marcjicu I'l diui;chm',u ? "rT v vowns una fc jmuuim mhubc in .' reached t' end Of th" bi league trflu.

.' Forty nurple
to the altar of

to launch the final, three ultra-solemn days of. Pope
"Pl"- XII'S funeral rites. ;:-. ?
- The final three .masses, each' to be recited bv a car cardinal,
dinal, cardinal, were the most solemn- of the funeral rites.-Ro-.
an nanal nobilitv. dlolomats, church dignitaries and
- (Distinguished national delegates from all over the
i world were joining in the ceremonies.; : '. ,,-;
'. fSecretarv of state John Foster Dulles- flew from

'.Washington at the head of a delegation, renresentlng.
1 PreIdent Kisenhower at the final ma?t of the nov-
' endieli today High officials of: all other Christian,
'I countries also were flocking here for the ceremonies.
SUNDAYS OCTOBER lty 1958

l w. . v ..!'' "e.-.-- .1J -.maU hoM Mif ffOlriAl"' fiat ;

.The haby bov. Cindido.-and his parents Pablo Es- v; ?V.:y:"Z

the pl?h surroundings of the International Hotel,

inhere, thew will .receive the gifts pledged by several. several.-;
; several.-; Panpro4 citv organizations.', ':' ,;
5r-Hi',' born on Sent at 2:12 a m. in the 24 24-(
( 24-( hut Las FJores village where his parents lived.

. A flight from Panama to Venezuela ended tragical

ly Tuesday' for almost. all of the Oscar Moreno, nal

Jjeaffue bv the Ioi Anele DodgervVaio saw, only

Hm'ted service during the past season.;; oauing .m
In 5 games, i -. i 1 1

lanH nightclub, r r' '7
The only members of the trouoe to survive are two
girls who elected to stav behind in- Panama. Also
,viatni i m on the fntnl flight was Panama co-

let troune.wihch was; recentlv aopearlng at the Atlas, median George J Bar,on) Bryan, who changed bJinuno;
CJnb after several months at the now-defunct Happy-, at the last minute.

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NEVER GET THROUGH

WITH VOU, HOGGIN

. THE! "-"PHONE

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you'vE MADE BiOOQH

OF A FOOL OF
YOURSELF FOR

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MAGNAlGREATESnPLANET.
OF THE GALAXY IS ALL ASTIR.

IT IS THE HOME PLANET OF
MAOWOM EMPEROR OF A
MILLION PLANETS, AND-.
HIS FMPBPCQ CABM A'

MA6MOM AMP CAROL A ARE EXPECTING AM WEIR!

"THE DOCTORS

PROMISE A SOY. HMMA

WYNTON, AFTER MY.FATHERT

MA

XTON, AFTER MY GRAND-

f XAXON. R
USTONtt;

. PATH ERJT X AXON. PLAeON,

A COMBINATION OF MANDRAKE
AND NARPA--THAT WDNDERFUL

EARTH COUPLE WHO BROUGHT US

T06ETHERJ MAGNOW, WHY NOT

BRING THEM HERE FOR

THE GREAT EVENT?

I I NARPRAKE? Lp-4

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litis: f ai rccmpc nc i ir : "v

S I VVAXTON AFTEkMY oKAnP" .. f NAR7RAKE! 1 - '-

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. BE? A WONDERFUL IDEA,! A UTTLE PLANET
PARLlNG. PUBEL, IS I I OUTSI DEVOUR
EARTH ONE OF MY : REALM, ATTHE
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OVERTW3 BILLION WOMAM THERE, EXCELLENCY
HUMANS, THIRD NAMED MANDRAKE 1-TORNDTWjQ
PL ANET OF SMALL AND NARDAi BR1N& PEOPLE OUT
YELLOW STAR- AtHEM. NARDRAKE OF TWO

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STEADY WITHOUT ONE F1NQ-

fjG OUT ABOUT

THE OTHEJ2. f.

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THEN THEBE'LL.BE )

FIREWORKS

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DOUBLE DATE

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.fflMT WA A FOURTH MAN f

HCW FDR SHORE WE
Of THE BOAT- AM AMERICAN,!
MAYSTItL REACH THE.
HE MUST HAVE THC MAPI
; BEACH BEFORE
f-
HE, POES
n

- TtTH AU THE 6X06lST ,r
KILLED ANPTHE'OtL WAP IN
HtS rOSSE6$tOH, JOHNNY"
' WPES UNPER THE STERN a
' J OF THE PHOW BUT THE-".
" TREACHEROU Air HA '-;
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A HONCSS FRSSwi

THANKS FORTHE

UFT, FEUASi HERE'if

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COMPANY

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5EE, TAZA ...WET f TO PRlVE THE
FOOTPRINTS THE PESERT CAR
AMERICAN CAMS I HERE I THINK
ASHORE HEREi X KNOW WHERE
-w-, OUR ELUSIVE
rZ I OUARRV IS ;

ON

1 AM AT TOUR SERVICE: MR;hA2ARC

HCMVER, CONVENTIONAL TRANSPORTATION

TC7 TOBKUK WOUU7C PANGEROOS X"""

KJT I HAVE A THOUGHTS COME

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TAKE MY fWeTO "-

A RAILROAD STATION

IN THE tNTERXatftNIF
HE IS IN TROUBLE

ANPNEEP OUR HELP

ONCE HAZARP CROSSES

THE PESERT, He SHOULD

REACH THE TRANS-EAST

OS. COMPANY M TD8RUK

WITHOUT WOPENT-

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HAVE jBEEJ WATTftWr TOU

YOUf NOW WHERE IS

THE AMERICAN:

THEY'VE PROBABLY

rKKEPUFtnt TRAIL
BY NOW OT TO 5ET )
TO ABCEL SAPHA
I'LL ASK THAT BOY J
FOR P1RECTIONS
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BOARPA CAMEL,
FRIENPW WE
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THAT'SA BOY X FDR THB.uJWA, MIKE, LADY GET THIS 8

2ERO-TRTO tV4 ? MESS OF MUTTON OFF THE HIGHWAY V

KEEP THE "SHEEP

ON THE SIDES OF;

C 'THE ROAD.'f"

BEFORE HAFTA GIVE YOU A TICKET

TRAFFIC IS SNARLED UP FOR MILES

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ff VERY soon, SH our) :
TURNOFF IS yusL : ;

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THE POLICE LOOKED

AT THE CHIP ANMIE

BUT-THEY NEITHER

SAID NORDID r ;

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SILVER BELL ARENT YOU SCAIRT SOME OF ) DONT WORK ANNIE &

sneer iviui TVAMiifrsiv vi-h ix i nc inu r wr, i nip i i nuiw

HIGHWAY AND GET RUN OVER AND KILT? 71 SMELL THE WATER

V

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60LUV- I'M AWFULLY GLAP
WERE OFF THAT HlSHV

A MILLION TIMES TODAY I;

THOUGHT WE'D ALU BE -'

RUN OVER, AM' THE

H16HVVAY' POLICE

thcushtso;too

t'Hilll

4 C-X 7 THE POLICE .WERE KIND

S lit' w rirvv vvit. j.

SOAP J LET US GO

, A FIND A NICE, COOL'

SWIMMINS HOLE i1

IT -HAS fJEEN AHARD DAY TOH,I LOVE BEIN
FOR VOJ, ANNIE.' ARE VOU I WITH YOU, EVEN IF
SURE YOU STILL WANT J I AM AWFUL TIRED.'

ro eo on wrmw besides r havent

US?! ANYPLACE ELSE

TO GO!

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PALEFACE POLICE.'i

THE ROAD.'

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THE CHILD SPOKE THE TRUTHT THAT COULD BE TRUE-

UNCLE BLACK FEATHER SHE BUT X DO NOT SEEK

IS NOT A RUNAWAY IF SQ A TROUBLE WITH THE

THE POLICE WOULD HAVE

STOPPED HER MANY

TIMES ALONO

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WHY SHOULD WE tf-t TRUE -ONLY YOUR MOTHER WAS BORN
HAVE TROUBLE? Vt OF MY PEOPLE, BUT YOUR FATHER WAS
YOU FORGET THAT J A MAN OF C300D HEART, EVEN IF A PALE PALE-MY
MY PALE-MY FATHER WAS I FACE J THIS CHILD, ANNIE, IS ALSO OF
WHAT YOU CALL GOOD HEART.' SHE MAY STAY WITH US

IN. A PALEFACE !JZ I f IF YOU SO WISH IT

1 ly .M:r2SZ7 HAVE SPOKENi

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1 I JUST PHONE THE POUCE, j fV.DAGWOCp,f
-s 55- C.'- - DEAR YOU'LL FIND V GET UP; ij
'"v it DAGWOOD, WAKE UP-J THEIR NUMBER ON J N- j SAY fl
--". I HEAR A BURGLAR J THE FIRST PAGE OF J I

lJUST PHONE THE POUC5, j
THEIR NUMBER ON J
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-'--w- '. i A t ,1 DONT SEEi T LOOK OUT t f&&$Pi C MAK TH BURGLAR -J V
H ANYBODY P Ji$Sp5t IN THE J X f 7 GIVE VOU tHlS NAME A :
: Z?ZS VS t YARD1 I f- SO WE CAN REPORT J f V
ARE OU DOING ROOTING ) f ,, V- SWHAT AREVOU A
". AROUND OUT THERE S H-H, HERB-r-- SPOOKS UP TO Jl -O-
7 AT TWO A.M.? I fM LOOKING FORll H AT THIS. HOUR
-r4; .rfit V Vk a burglar5' "j- vfliii
-r I I THINK ITJ- r1 7 COME IN,BOVS- f BLON DIE-WHAT) if&G C0ME IWT00TS1E-- ;
T-- WAS JUST J- WE'LL HAVE V HAPPENED Sf J VE ALLHAVING JJ
r:, T; YOUR W'-frJl? SANDWICHES TOHERBERT?: t NpCrfESjf : ;
" T'MAG'TI0N f VND COFFEE ; HEDIDNT l!ful ff SjmSL'V'.
. : m'Mh Ol
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IySXit WAS A SWELL j I GO STRAIGHT TO BED- j 1 I" 1"' ' "p-3sa- (J I
GOOOXVP'-r YlTSTOURAKyi f- BELIEVE ME, I
I NIGHT I "fP-JTk VS-HI 55yt I THAT'S THE LAST TIME B H I

II EVRY-f 3 ry 1 1 -rj ILL tVtK I KY

m -. .I r .t 'lh in inmiiintfi i ir i .s -

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