The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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"'LONDON Sept. 18 (UP)) -
French Premier Plerke Mendes-
Fuance publicly stamped his
preliminary approval on bring-
ing Germany into the Brussels
pact today but indicated solidly
that he is not agreeing to Im-
mediate German membership In
Answering questions submitted
by. the Manchester Guardian,
Mendes-France declared he was
thinking primarily Qf a Euro-
eaft defense system in which
"we Europeans agreed among
Britain's Eden plan for rearm-
ing Germany has the twin aim
of associating the West Ger-
mans with the West politically
through broadening the Brus-
sels pact and mllital through
controls under NATO.
But Mendes-France indicated
clearly In his Interview with the
influential British newspaper
today that foreign secretary An-
thony Eden had failed to con-
vinee him in their Paris talks
yeasrday that Germany should
comie Immediately into NATO.
Rather the French premier
concentrated warmly on the
Brusels pact part of the Eden
Dlan -and read into it the pos-
sibility of military angles which
Britalk was believed anxious to
have exercised separately under
Westrn Europe was told by
one of ts own foremost repre-
sentatliv today that the United
States s at the end of the
game" and may abandon Eu-
.. lian odrei.n t Paul-
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IN LINE FOR SOME SHOTS Expressions change as these Los Angeles youngsters move down
the line toward the -Trst of dally Pasteur shots. These five children and two others were bitten
by a rabid dog. The-brave little ones are (left to right): Donna Coleman. 3; John Railton, 6;
Nancy Lee Ral tonh ; Robert Railton, 5; and Ronald Coleman. 8.,

Young Widower Wins Sick Baby Daughter

From Bolivian Tin Millionaire In-Laws
PARI S. Sept. UPr A wealthy in-laws, Patiflo and his president of the Seine civil trib-
French court today ordied e estranged wife, the Duchess of unal.
wife of Bolivian e DurcaL Mrs. Goldsmith told reporters
SDon Antenor Patlo .retrn. The Patllos, who admitted "We want to settle'here with the
her four month- od grand- they had the infant, said their baby, to whom we're ready to
daughter to th&'e'GaWW father, granddaughter was too ill to be cOnsecrate ourselvWs day and
British hotel heir aJn Gold- returned to Goldsmith and had n 4Iht. I will give her. my full
smith. petitioned the court for formal ton"
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Board Rejects


Group Move

The executive board of Local 900, GCEOC-CIO,
unanimously voted last night to oppose the granting of a
charter for the formation of a separate armed forces
Approval of a motion rejecting the efforts of a group
of employes of the U.S. Armed Forces on the Canal Zone
to form a new GCEOC local followed the receipt of sev-
eral letters of support from union members and from the
local's chapter chairmen.
"The union (Local 900) has the solid backing of the
membership," a member of the executive board declared
Meanwhile. public demands by the way the union Is being run.
dissident groups for the publi- the new group said it Intended
catloh of the last auditor's report to organize a total of about 700
are becoming more and more In- armed forces employes in a few
*ls.tent weeks.
A recent surprise visit by Spokesmen for Local 900 have
oCiOC secretary-treasurer M- flatly denied the olalm of the
ton Murray was said to have new group and have conserve
ben prompted bY reported that tively estimated the number
there was evidence of malfea- Armed Forces employee menglpr
sance of funds on the books of at between 300 and 400.
Local 900. /
One sfke ma am-d &Ias .6

Eifsenh rsPrgrauie

iDIANAPOLIS, d., ,pt. I the administration of handling
pS--Democrats hammered a- mthe atomic energy program as a
y 't the admlinistrat.ib's la9- "bg payoff."
r, economy and "give away" "Creeping socialism has now
iKram today with President been supplanted with the gal-
inhwer sngled put as the loping grab with fun and prizes
irme target of the attack. for all Republican contributors,"
Gov. Frank Clemnt set the Clement declared.
home for the two a of panel Meanwhile Vice President
ussns when he likened Mr. Richard M. Nixon, pegging the
senhower to a "dictator" in performance of the Eisenhower
is sport of the Dixon-Yates administration in cleaning up a
measure permitting private util- "miserable mess of pottage" as
Les to invade the TVA terri- the only issue, carried the Re-
publicaa n Congressional cam-
"Esenhower dictatorially dis- naign into South Dakota today.
regarded the wishes of the Nixon told a GOP fund-rals-
irea" i approving the progp i.r tg dinner In St Louis last night
he Tennessee Governor said, that the American people have
.d "in strictly dictatorial fash- got back their historic birth-
rt zlsenhowem has opened the right "in exchange for a fantas-
loor to unwanted power tacif- tc meus of Korea, Communism,
j < option and controls."
Clement was moderato of a The vice-president, on an
ianel session Friday held I eght-day, eight-state campaign
onjunctlon with the tw o-dy wg through the Midwest on
aonal Democratic conference fbhalf of R tiblicMan caddates,
ere. ayed .in Los overnight.
He was Joined on the panel by He left today for an appearance
ong. Michael J. Kirwan (D- at Huron, S.., today.
)hio), chairman of the Dem- Nixon told about 900 persons
cratic c committee of at the $100-a-plane dinner last
he house; William L. Dawson (D- night "this terrible foursome of
11.). vice chairman of the Dem- deep troubles for our nation
icratic national committee, and spelled battlefield deaths in a
toy J. (D.-nd.). war that apparently had no
Today's on on labor and ending.
onom was headed by Mich- "it meant an inability to deal
gan Gov. G. Meanen Williams wlh the globe's number one
Lnd included Madden and Leon threat at home and abroad; a
Cjyerllng, former economic. ad- domestic cancer eating away
riser to ex-President Truman.. the integrity of our federal gov-
Describing himself as coming eminent, and crippling controls
rom south of the PYates and that stifled our economy but
)ixon lpe," Clement accused could not halt inflation."

Jon FBrita's r
WInston O IIha l and Antkony
den, ind w t Germany's on-
rad Adenaun.
Duaes pentedly ignored Men-
des-France, utder whose lead-
ership the mench National As-
sembly kllled'the U. and Brit-
ish-sponsored' uropean Defense
Community, and thereby stirred
up a storm of French resent-
But while French newspapers
stormed that po agreement on
European senses could be
reached without French partici-
pation. Dulles+ reached full a-
greement with Britain that
West Germany must be rearm-
ed and her sovereignty restor-
ed quickly.
Dulles left' for the Tilted
States from London airport last
night after hib whirlwind two
days of conferences in London
and Bonn.
Neither he nor Eden have dis-
guised their p disappointment
with French Jelaying tactics to-
ward Germj sovereignty and
"I feel coifldent," he said to-
day, "that we can continue to
count upon. the federal republic
of Germzany o pursue policies
of wisdom add moderation and
not to lofe door to even-
tual rezinof the great ben-
eftt of a unicd Europe."
Dulles said t had been "long
apparent" that there is "no ad-
euate substte" for EDC. '
Meanwhile from Strasbourg it
was reported that Mendes-
France and Adenauer m ay be
competing f r attention from
the same ste Monday.
It already Bad been announc-
ed that MeAdes-France would
address the cpnsultative assem-
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sekly child. Isabelle. whose
mother died when she was born,
He said that when the father
left the Infant in the care of his
mother-in-law it was only a
temporary arrangement.
Goldsmith had charged that
the baby was kidnapped by his

(NA Radio Telephoto)
MISSING Isabel Marcell
Christina (above), four-
month-old daughter of British
hotel heir Jimmy Goldsmith
and his late wife, Isabel Patl-
fio, was reported "kidnapped"*
according to her father. He
said he left the child with his
mother-in-law, the Duchess de
Durcal, and when he returned
to her hotel suite in Versailles,
France, he could not find the
baby. her nurse, or his mother-

Wdio, TV Star Arthur Godfrey

-On The Air

TWTUB NJ., Sept. It f hip operations, Godfrey grifln- flying In a take-off from Teter-
3P) -;-tix; ; frey won, and wisecracked with t ws-buomo Jan.
Ii cis g Bense today I n = s he wanted or ir- acs
Sfm thee same air- part to the CAA o ffice to I.- Airport. Of- ra
ort eI was rged w1 at mpleting his xana, delbe
busUnc la control tower last "bued th etrol tower,
january mIssin it by-ly 20 feet.
The radio and TV ta rgh He had a ared grim anda efieldnorth-
fl De 3 au ay the feld earlier n b day. The th runway.
eout h hfat w minute uffeur-dnlven convertible to wchhe d of the
ogard, asatant supervising a- te ts -- I mstenance
ent for Region II of the CvI U Pank LaVigna, Godfsey's co- Be rst1rew York after
eronautics Authoity. -. accompanied nhim e the the exmin announcing he
"It felt real good, boys," the t and declared atrward intended to off for his
dhairo, entertainer told re- Mao "there never was anythinglfarm in Virnl water tonight..
or aruhe emerged on crutWh- with s flying In the The enter was wearing
a from the twin-enginq plm .A r brow, p suit anm
r We Mt leeI_ was suspend-moking a he ariv-
s like.Md._ a old s-o' en "-
W an om Yo. whm a Civil Asro- d for the"Igno aa
.t 8 on OWIt A..". .- .ti .brd guie ra ls thrnura of r I-
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be& rPautO Ovem er wIM rW y
Jeetons, retorted tht tt In-
nded to press his t
charges against his in-lXws.
A kidnapping charge here could
carry a maximum penalty of
five years imprisonment.
The Patfltos, who reached a
temporary truce in their long-
standing marital feud to fight
together for the child, denied
the kidnapping charge.
They said Goldsmith gave
them the child in July and they
only want to get court sanction
for its custody.
The child's mother, Isabelle,
died in childbirth after a run-
away romance with young Gold-
smith which aroused the wrath
of Patiflo. The custody case
brought the Patfifos together in
court after 12 years' estrange-
The Patifios made the first le-
gal move when they claimed
Goldsmith's $390-a-month luxu-
ry apartment was "unhabitable"
for the ailing baby. Thpy also
said the father was unsuitable
to take care of her.
Goldsmith's parents, Maj. and
Mrs. Rank Goldsmith, wealthy
British hotel owners, flew here
for the hearings before Ausset,

Odds Favor
Alcoholics Who
Seek Treatment
SALEM, Ore. (UP) -- If an
alcoholic commits himself volun-
arily to state hospital for treat-
ment, he hu a far better chance
for rehabilitation than one who is
forcibly committed, says Dr.
Lorant Florizs, clinical director of
the alcoholic rehabilitation center
at Butter N.C.
Dr. Florizs recently told the first
clinical conference on alcoholism
to be held in Oregon:
"Our experience at the clinic has
proved that the voluntary segment
of alcoholics can be reached.
There are so many factors enter-
ing into the history of an alcoholic
-personality, environment early
childhood experieees and the like
-that we can only save a segmet
of the volunteers. And certainly
there is little chance to do a rest
deal for the man On S WO Bo.

VFW Will Have

White plane, threw his crutches c L" I
in and climbed in without Flag Presentation
Tomorrow Night
Just before taxiing onto the
runway for his takeoff, he shout-. A fl l W be l ne to
ed to newsmen below "I wish Mrs. zoa aber of Vista Her-
Monroe had stayed in town for moa, Panama City, n memory
two more days." of her deceased husband, George
two more Taber a veteran of World War
Marilyn Monroe left New II. by Veterans of Foreign Wars
York Thursday after completing Capt. Starr C. Wardrop Posti
some sequences for her new pic- No. 40.
ture and drawing throngs of The presentation will take
newsmen to the shooting scene. place tomorrow night (Monday)
Godfrey's six-month period of at the Post Home of Post 3822,
suspension ended Thursday. He Curundu. The hour is 7:30 p.m.
already had passed the neces- Department officers and guests
sary physical examination and of Mrs. Taber will be present at
ally today's flight remained to the ceremony.
be conquered before his rein- Members of the VPW have
statement as a qualified multi- been asked to attend in uniform
J.(Csema a f LS)o it possib

-un gumu are., '7 aT4wa 4'w1e 0 F "
TIe squabble center T'hedef atB of of have bHe asf e '
on fitness of young Oo2- former members of 00 membership as a result o *
smith's five-room apartment, was made known last Friday at latest developments
and Judge Ausset Interrupted a press conference #i Hotel El
the hearings for 40 minutes to Panama. Further action on the defeat -
inspect the place. tion In the ranks of the mem-
Later the elder Goldsmith told Claiming that local 900's Arm- bers of Local 900's armed fore-
newsmen, "The Judge seems to ed Forces chapter only had a es chapter will be taken at a
be convinced a five-room apart- total of 25 members because of meeting scheduled fbr Tuesday
ment is good enough even for a dissatisfaction among the em- night at the, Pacific Service
rich baby. ployes of the Armed Forces over Center.

Dutlles Back Frm Cashier Couldn't Say 'No'

Enand I Address So He's $500,000 Short

United Nations o -
DEXTER, N. Y, Sept. 18 (UP) WHIT VILLE, Ky., Sept. 18 customers, because they had
- SecretaryofState John F- (UP) A quiet, $ 300-a-month problems-and I couldn't say
ter Dulles arrived here by plane bank cashier admitted today he no. They got all the money."
today from regan for pane cashed bad checks worth half a A team of 20 men, FBI agent,
today from England for a sho million do 11 a r s because "I officials of the Federal Depo
vacation rest at his Duck Islan couldn't ay no." Insurance Corp.. and state bank
resort home before going to New co t say examiners worked in the bank
York to address the United Na- The tiny bank of Whiteaville behind locked doors to fin out
tions WAS closed Thursday after an if Barrett was telling the truth.
Dulles' plane set down at Dex- emergency meeting of Its board Whitesville Is a community of
ter Airport at 8:19 a.m. The of directors and cashier Bernard about 700 persons, and a prime
secretary expects to spend a few Barrett, 50, was arrested by the topic of conversation today was
days on the island retreat. PL the question of who wrote the
Others in the official party took checks
off immediately for Washington. The heavy-set, balding cash- Edward L. Boyle, s0 a t
Airport. officials said Dulles ler was charged with misappll- in charge of the LoS leI
would be delayed about an hour cation of funds of a federally- office, commented, "It would be
before leaving by plane for the insured bank. He insisted "I a lesser offense if Barrtt did
island. Skies were overcast and didn't get any of the money,I not get any of the money, as he
the weather described as "bad." just cashed checks for bank claims, and if he did not
,Pmo.a on wine, women,i
SA bank examiner commented
wavesI Y 4. .. a o d ae eWith the amount of 0 in-
volved, this looks a
drawn-out affair. At first we
had thought $417,000 wsmiss
in1. Now itS looks like half a
..mllion dollars is unaccounted
4 '. 'for since January MO."
The examiner added. "It's too
early to say much. Right no%
r-d say our Investigation tends
to bear out Barretts~caidm hat
he did not receive any of the
money. But we have got a lot
of checking to do."
th s Iswul, Barrettl maid.

had reacted, Barrett said, 'That'
been the only good thing.
They've been strealng tt oour
house ever since early last night.
All of them say 0 believe In
me. Not a one of them-has b
against me.
"Most of the people I cahedi
the checks for were pretty down
and out. I felt sorry for them.
Ihopehso much they will make
up their bad checks"
One bank eKamlner said, "'he
vantage of this man. They kn
something rwas wrnog when thfi
bad cheeks adidn' o net
so they wrote mocheckh .
"Pretty soon 00ers
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GETTING 'UP IN TU WOD Steeplejack James IL Corey sort of wMowbald." .
waves from his 174-foot perch atop the damnedad hteeOfle oth ,Thet bank w b9 l.ll,
cArlington. mwt Churcin cN, m_ ow Is r. wn e p-61- Doet d ia nM
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COTTON Y,'LDO'SUP.-The yield of cotton per harvested acre
has tended to increase steadily since 10$5 as shown oA above
Newschart. The yield in 1953 was 342.2 bunds, an all-time high .
Data from U. S. Department of Agriculture.

Doctors Discover Geographkic Briefs

Relif For Some Washinton Sept.18 A recent-
e ** *& .. ~ly complex te 15-mile system of
HaMSAm tNIlia u manlA [bridges over Florida's Tampa Bay
lemophilla Pallents bddl
HIow M HHI IaIII is one of the longest open-water
crossings in the world. Costing 22
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the million dollars and four years'
first of three dispatches concern- work, the bridges cut some 50
ing hemophilia and medical efforts miles off the driving distance be.
to old sufferers. U.P.A.N.Y.) tween St. Petersburg and South
SAN FRANCISCO ,- (UP)-Two Florida cities, says the National
San Francisco doctors are doing Geographic Society.
research work on a crippling The central bridge is more than
sometimes fatal--disease and are four miles' long and carries traf-
on the threshold of a discovery fic 150 feet above the main ship
that promise to help those af. channel. It is the final link i n
flicted to lea4 near normal lives. U. S. Highway 19, which extends
Drs. Paul Aggeler and Theodore from Erie, Pa., to Miami, via
Spaet are working independently Pittsburgh, Asheville, N. C., At-.
on the same problem-hemophilia lanta and the Florida Gulf coast.
-an inherited condition in which
the clotting of the blood is ab. Grapes grown in California ac-
normally retarded. count for 85 to 90 percent of all
It is estimated that there are American-made wines. The State
moret han 20,000 hemophiliacs in boasts some of the largest vine-.
tie United States alone. yards in the world. Annual output
4S far there are four known of it e rale industry is.valued at
typas of he Coph ,a: PTk. ddef- WO ** *- 0*/
ency, PTPD deficiency, PTC de.
ficiency, and hemophilia proper- Hogs trample and eat any
called AHF deficiency, snake they see, says the National
Drs. Aggeler, Spaet, and a third Geographic Society. Their thick,
doctor-ydney White, currently layer of fat protects them from
serving with the Air Poce,-were bad effects of poisonous btes. Deerj
the first men to demonstrate the also stamp on any e-alnt and'
characteristics which differentiate leave the flattened 'Carcs.
PTC from the anti.hemophiliac ... _._- ..
factor, AHF. At the Texas State Fair in 1953
attendance was 2,382,712 slightly
Preventive Work more than the population o f
Philadelphia. There were 3 200,000'
This work was of. great impor- cold drinks sold and three frelht-
tance because approximately 10 car loads, of potatoess for French'
per centr--at the lowest estimate- fries. '.
of the persons listed in the general
category of hemophiliaces, accord- Oslo Fjord,,long arm of the .tea,
Ing to Spaet and Aggeler really is distinctive on several counts.
are suffering from PTC deficiency. Fresh water flowing from many
This 10 per cent, they add, can rivers lowers its salinity well be-1
lead normal lives, it they receive a low the- open sea. Winter temper.
booster of the PTC factor every- mtwes sometimes fall below those
m or two weeks. d750 miles northward, far
mtG lmtotheir discovery al J e Arctic Circ.le. At
l. lPTC factor, both doctors haff tinaemw the port of Oslo is
been pioneering in the field of prc, closed by ice. Although the region
ventive-or medically speaking, around the fjord totals less than
prophylactic-treatment of hemo- a twenty.fifth of Norway"s area
philacs. Instead of waiting, as in it includes almost a quarter a1
the past, forthe bleeding to begin, the nation's farmland.
Drs. Spaet and Aggelet try to fore. --
stall it by prescribed doses of Iowa Is called "the largest cori-
blood plasma. field on earth." The State grows
Now, more about hemophilia it- better than half a billion bushels
a fin an average year, one-sixth of
Si is an inherited disease for the e ire United States cro.
I which there is no known cure. The ---
clotting of the blood is abnormally Although Bermuda no longer ex-
delayed due the lack of essential eludes automobiles, the popular
Factors in the blood-clotting mech- ar Atlantic resort island restricts
anism. gasoline transportation. Spe ed s,
The disease runs in families and are limited to 20 miles an hour
follows strict laws of heredity-it in open country, 15 in town. No
shows up only in males and is family may own more than one
passed on only through females. automobile. Visitors must remain
None of the sons of a hemophl- 30 days before being allowed to
liac inherits or transmits the dis- drive. Cars more than five years
eaue but all of the afflicted's old may not be sold Jfor driving
Daughters are carriers and may on public roads.
,transmit it to their sons and ---
g daughters, who will then be hemo- Shasta Dam is the world's see
iphillas and carriers respectively. ond largest concrete structure (at.
a n iter Grand Coulee). To create the
S Many Vriations vast Shasta Lake this dam holds
back three rivers, Sacramepto,
There are many variations of water to provide 9,000 gallons e.
hemophilia, and only in recent very man, woman and child in
years through the work of men McCloud and Pit. It stores enough
like Spaet and Aggeler have they the United States.
been cogised. It is the discov- -
e.yof these variations of hemo- In 1888 New York City boast-
lala which now gives hope to ed about 10,000 telephone today
thousands of suffers of hemo- it has 3,695,000.
ipblla for a more normal life. .-- -
However, both Spaet and Ag- -
geler emphasize that only a train- St! Ra Ict
ed hemotologist ii able to differ- .Of
entllate types thethey urge CICAGn- (UP) Z v *..[
4 hemophiliacs to have tests ma". th CatugO- (UP)o-Evero
O ..the hemophiliac himself orthat urge to a from t
his family is able to appreciate all
fully the work of S aet and Ag- Sometimes that urge Is a s i.
eter. From birth to death the of2r: t-G
.ac lives in terms of hiof stress according to anA"edtori
aflncwus. A bruise, which other Medial Assation. We is
children merely would rub to ease ,the case,. the best thing to do ma
the soreness can bea major b tI follow the --to drop
lmit in the Ife of a hemophiliac. o u. tro es. to
.. ar.i.e can cause internal s oe ere a"nd u go away
bke'in" which may hospital s or som.whe,.
u.lW h ac. i stress ma lad
'_A bused or bumped elbow or to. ,M _aig n"a. n hyp. e In
e or any other joant may stf mo I
ten to immobility with escruci. r arttriLLr it may h

A too inextraction becomes a conflict
major operation, and a whcncut finger oa a' w o mmeiate.

to halttbe bleeding. The evera action is appropriate." ba Jour-
faSly is hard-pressed to meet l said.
thee eapenses-ad a poor family "Removal of the cause is stI
is desperate the"oval of the cause istsat
.. ...... criam ge scene and a

e hiad mecebed to the heat e-
emty when he saw a ar roOillag PORTLAND, Me.-(UP).- JoJo.
,amnthe street with a dog enda in .nthrtd tev-
k e the auto swerve out victim to another modern coatriv.

Bt anseoming bus, aMoe.
-e to a do, after
SPmIg at Aimy ime." the row and made It a after I
Swas rfibeud to It fe n trom Its net- ajle's
Iwo sa al eutwMI body In a street where the !rienly
ait sa lb i d be, 1Ml hit by an automse
bmleed Ih nOwcar.lWk. I
Ante to a phearwng T w wouMdper a chair
sit amMl vak and v k the Es' TV =. k TV
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When baby makes three in the
bedroom with Mom and Po p,
smart planning will handle the
Id "*'V, a minimum of clutter
and confusion.
.... u...4e pleasure of prepar-
ing for an heir is fixing up a nookI
just for him. If you expect to
MOST Or T S08 of this "ulekie" msal, kisut owelo share quarters, stifle the urge for
lad tomato hIe, baked beans and browns brad, come in sas nursery aste i and fluffy baby
i e sy -to ruffles. Baby will be Just as hap-
Spy n a bright and tailored room.
By GAYNOR MADDOX And Pop wi be a great deal hap-
NEA Food and Markets Editor pier.
I ,...Ne rSo will you, If you hold out for
I accessories that can be tossed in
1 *the Midwest, where the latch- spoons sauerkraut juice and garlic the washing machine, and which
trying is always out, people are salt. Add to kraut mixture and bypass the Iron on their way back
qck to invite folks to stay to sup- mix well; dust with paprika. Chill. to the bedroom. A simply furnish-
S'la ns, most people have Turn chilled kraut slaw into a and 1* kept mor# orderly than a
a few "uickie pantry shelf serving dish and surpund with fus room.
Pantry he re-cubes of tomato aspic. Garnish
pe. with onion rings and serve. 'hat's a ood polit to remem.
Asked Mrs. Ruth lBohan of her when three. pneopA. m ast
urst, Ill., mother t9 two, and Frulted Kraut and Cucumber share a small space.
hospitable, for some ideas Salad I saw a thre-in-one room. re-
quick" hospitality. She gaye (Makes 4u6 servings) cently that was full if ideas. for
ese two sauerkraut recipes a pleasant compromise of taste-
not, only r husband bu Osloe 3-ounce package le m o n- youthful enough for baby, mature
o her friends 'ke them very flavored gelatin, cup hot wka enough for parents. Best of all,
5uch. a ter, 1 cup cold water, I No. 2 can from the wood-grained linoleum
Ssauerkraunt, drained, 1 cup drai, and thec6tton carpet inthe floor
'Kraut ewel Salad l ed canned pineapple tidbits, o the bright-patterned P on
(Makes I srv ings) cupc ped wauts, /_cde- th'e walls, everything a, th'be
Sed e uboer crisp salad rens. soap and water wised-apmost
Il N*d 21 can sauerkraut, : .aneessity where babls ares ci- I
cho pped elery,. cup chop. Disat gelatin'n hot t; volved. -
tre a pepper, cup sour add cold "water and ml well. c i
am, dash garlic salt, p ika, Chill until gelatin begins t ick. Pink and brown set the color
~- unce can tomato aspic, cub. en. Cut kraut intoshort lenh. scheme.
I medium-sized onion, thnly Add kraut 'p. apple, wa .uts T
ed. and cucumber to thickaged gala- & A muted plaid i ialpaper used '
rain kraut andIreserve a table. tin and our iftan S-Inch- s e 't three walls c Utasts with
as kraut juice. o ib bine an. Chi until firm. Udmon cut lIvely pattern ofaqsusing monkeys t
rhrapt, celery and green pep- nto squares and serve, on ri po o e wall next to the crib. b
.Combine sour cream, 2 table- salad greens. Because the rooin Is small the e
',-.. .. young homemaker wisely picked
And- .oloid colors for the spreads, cur-
Bad' IkF (i tains and dressing-table skirts. b
tn tar io.1..S n; She made a good case for hdr
-choice of corduroy. It looks lux- of
'" urious, wears well, machine-b]
I pa r washes lik a dream, doesn't a
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When baby makes three-il-a-room a necelsty. eour bedroom can saIt look m and l pu .
Tailored, home-sewn fural shing are easily cared for. and fay wallpaper near Ih crib patsI uP
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pink-and-brown color ecnemo

wrinkle easily and is quite sim-
ile to cut and sew.
Three straight sections of brown
pinwale corduroy sewed together
ind fringed around the edge with
ecige cotton make the spread for
he mattress-on-box springs bed.
'he weight of the spread hold a
neatly in place and the velvety
texture provides a rich b a c k-
round for fringed toss pillows cov
red in brown and pink.
Pink corduroy fringed in
brown makes the crib coverlet.
To. simplify the home sewing
f the pink corduroy dressing-ta-
le skirt, the smart young wom-
n used ready made shirring tape

of the roer a
which is' already threaded with ing up the curtain. The trim is
parallel cords. The tape is stiched sewed to the top of a straight
to the straight piece of fabric. piece of fabric. Choice of brown
When cords are pulled the skirt corduroy trimmed a nd fringed
is shirred but it can as easily be in beige was dictated by the need
flattened out for washing. Inci- to cut out street lights by night
dentally, if you wash- corduroy in aidd the sun during daytime naps.
an automatic machine, pun it Thp upper half ofthe window
out before the spindry cycle and is shuttered with wooden blinds
let the fabric drip dry on the which are also effective barriers
clothesline, right side out. against disturbing light.
Then brush briskly in the di.
reaction of the wale, to fluaff up A "polecat" shelf set a the foot
the nap. o'the crib is decorative and divid-
Another ready-made aid sim- ei the orib from h'tferest of the
pifies the making of a cafe cur- room. For this* two iron poles, at-
rain to screen the lower part of tached to teiug and floor, sup-
the small window. This is cotton pOrt lightweight shelves and flow-
trim with woven-in loops for hang- erpot holders. ____

mpexions of een-agers. uap ovei ie auccu teara, me
Ste peak of perfectIon offending skin will gradually ol em v fteoje X ra ZVncne j..apetq
sLother complexions are away and fresh, w udskin .
: 1A CIA BARTe vr irl knows she must omit leg held straight t ohir l
it a .. .... .. ... g o o ey s u n d a e s m o n th e e d oe a s h a r o r b e nc h ,..-P
diet and -summer. hat witif she's to have a good figure I arms held straight up, stretching T f. outline on
rdiet and lausu cleanses. ....s to kee and at ll. the elastic rope. Then, pull firstthe mit ad stretch t elastic
ee soda pop and hot dogs and Set aside an hour each day for to the right, and try t to uch rope over your head adjust
re ,'at'your' some p teen-agers gain weight ani exercising. Your school g y m your ankles with the reo D o little behind your shoulders. The
t ae .andy o i l 'i youra y ou seare -the best uniform to left and do it ten times again. fectly straight while doing th
.ided '-o a o Ie a 7 "U yo u lyauI 3 e' ... .tr ,go work ?nL This is good for your legs. 'twelve tim es.
.`fe frmo ur(.^ndo Over 4 Your* u m em mer vacation., Do the exercises in the privacy Bend over and touch the floor
~I& I 5Ar A f si im nM et,~ ~* il of.You bedroom.niPut together a with your .hands, .keeping your --To get the results you're after,

MM with green and yel- e*;.. :,
^H l be-both raw andl Now*-that i1 Ial day&are I
fruit- ,hale-wheat ,over, and yft 'fbavein school, I'
ndi nty dlsk. 'one of your f r st assignments
should be to take stock of your i
Pror eating habits are just teen-age figure.
t-habits. Yop can train'your-,
like what* is good for you. Be completely critical, and, if c
z keep eating fruits to satisfy necessary, learn how to wear our
u taste for sweets, you will clothes so that they camouflage
Sbe satisfied with them alone, any faulty areas.
-*^ I If your shoulders are, too nar-
if you have acne, see your doc- row, for example, build them up
r or a dermatologist, if possible. with slight padding and n e v e r
it for the ordinary pimples, wear sloping raglan sleep ve s.
ekkteads and whiteheads that Dramatize your figure by broad-
jdolescence, this is your ening your shoulders with colored
ter routine: yokes, wide lapels, full sleeves
b w'a4 ac and double-breasted jackets.
WItIb y' wrappig a cloth i A large waistline makes other
Mdyour bead so you won't demands on your choice of
Swel'.utp into the hair- clothes. Always try for an unbro-
S OFpen the pores with hot ken line. Wide or contrasting belts
tr' Work up a good lather are out. Choose dresses that fea-
I lanoin-tupe soap for dry ture full-length trim. Coat-type
i lor an astringent type if you dresses will also give your figure
Ssin a long line.

the soap lather into Detract from a long, thin neck-
with circular upward line with high, rounded collars,
fingertips. Rinse choker necklaces or ruffles about
r, the with cool. the face. You'll also help to solve
is off your face the problem by wearing your hair
S no more slippery in ar full-shoulder-lengthl4tyl"e.
ski. Now pat your If your stomach isn't as flat as
6y with your own clean you would like it to be, keep away
from tight-fitting dresses and
skirts until you have exercised it
mass of blackheads disfig- down. You'll look much prettier
my area, buy a bottle of in full skirts and front drapery.
r of greeu surgical soap at But don't expect clothes to hide
Iugit e. It is the same figure faults caused by over-eat-
rgeons scrub with before ing and lack of exercise. Only,
Lai. After a week or so of you have the final control of your
'aesage with this liquid figure's beauty.
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lier of three school-age a few sintple rules tell the chil-
co that the neigh- dren what thd ruleI are, and let
n Hve" -at. her them know that If they don't like
> the rule thy can play somewhere
ays she is fed up with hiv- ee.
Swalk nto er house with. Some mothers wanting t hei r
tAg "ig children to foe *wtre to have their
WMaau dn home the center ao neighborhood
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in shape for wearing your school
Of course, this doesn't mean
that you're to go on a strict diet
immediately. A few simple exer-
cises done each day will rid you
of excess weight without endan-
gering your health. Naturally,

"mat" by placing a large rubber
sheet over two heavy blankets.
A chair or bench placed near the
mat will be convenient for ex-
ercises that include a prop. You'll
also need a double-strength elas-
tic rope to work with.
For the waist: Stand with one

legs perfectly straight. If you're be faigthful and consisten t oou
doing it correctly, the palms of your exercises. Don't try them
your hands will be flat on the for a week, decide they're too
floor. Do this ten times. I much bother and stop. P e r-
To trim the hips, try this ex- sistence will get yo what every
ercise: Sit' on the mat, stretch- teen-ager wants: a slim, trim fig-
ing the elastic rope over your ure that means both health and
head, and wiggle first one hip, beauty.



There's still time for flure-concleas teenagers to regain their your head and a. little behiad your shoulders. Do this ten times,
, sUm pre-vaeatlo lines for schootl appearance. To slim your waist- keeping the back straight apper eenter). To slim yor le
line for wide belts, place one leg on the edge of a chair or bench bend over, keeping the knee straight and touch the Door wth
and hold the other straight on the ground. Stretch an elastic the palms of your hands. DO this ten times (lower seater). For
rope over your head and bending, pull lnt to the right and then hlplrimming, sit down *a4 stretehi the rope ever you a
times. To Arm your busUine, kneel and stretch the rope ever ten. Do these e ercsesm faithfully each ay for e results.


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a's rig tr o he e Jo at e should be uS asuredn '
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If you've ever pulled a lopsided an' older friend never
cake or a shriveled-up roast out the delectable results in my iteh
of the oven, who did you blame: en that it did in heore I rked
yourself, the author of the recipe under her direction faithfull tc
or the' man who sold you an infe- learn how to handle the dugh
rior product? The real culprit may She knows her old-fashioned oven
have been the oven. well .and eoutd tell by tMuftleor
i when thq heat was right. But 1
"Heat is the cooking Ingredient can't so next time I hake Ill fol-
most often overlooked by home- low these explicit directionh.
makers," is a prime statement In
a study on oven cooking made for Heat must circulate bver And a
home economics ,teachers.; Most round pans, says the study. Cook. are expicit on the ies baked in pans with too deep a
dgre of heat to usebut let's ad- rim may baru on the bottqq be-
mft hat we do sometimes ignore fore they brown on the top. Follow
the directions, or adhere doggedly the recipe instructions f lft'size
to the methods our grandmothers of cake pans, too, the report said,
used. because pan siuta ~S &a definite
bearing on th succos of a high,
Reading through t he Robert- light-textured layer 9r the faiure
show-Fulton study, I 1 e a r ned of athin, flat layer.
things I didn't know, found con- .
formation. for those L did. And I .
thought you might like to check
your own practices against the
study findings ,
Proper use of oven heat controls O 1 -
saves fuel and food, says the stu- 4'- [" W 1 ,I
dy. Having cooked for years onm I
an aeratic rangf f whose nvn had I '

tZOl. ,
Grandmother's method of sear-
ing roasts to "seal in the juIces"
Is shot full of holes by the study.
Experiments showed this method
caused greater loss of juices,
shriveling and shrlnkaa than the
modern method of cooking meats
at a constant low temperature.
A 300-degree oven temperature
is recommended for all roast ex-
cept pork which, it is stated, re-
quires the slightly hotter 350 de-
All poultry and roast can be
cooked uncovered on a rack in a

As a clincher for their low-tem-
perature argument, the research-
ers found that a standing rib roast
cooked at too high a temperature
lost as much as 37 per cent of its
thickness, against a 20 p7e cent
loss at correct temperaturea. (We
don't see a standing rib roast oft:
en enough around here to let it
per cent of It melt awayl)
Don't fiddle with the tempera-
ture dial when you're b making
cakes, pies, muffins and such. The
study points out that in most cas-
es constant heat produces better
results than varying t e m p e ra-
tures. Oven heat control should be
set at 350-375 degrees, says the
report, for the average cake made
with shortening. If you're going to
treat the family to homemade
bread, the recommended tempera-
ture is 375-400 degrees for stan-
dard loaves; slightly lower for
When 1 read this part of the re.
port. I recalled that my favorite
yeast roll recipe, given to me by

flat mattreIs tu/ii-ch4Jie 'G
move his headZ4i y. M tetm
babies believed to have smothered
have ,died froma.-id, a- .coap
plete infection. In the opinion of
many doctors, it's beat that Ba0y
sleep on stomach and safer, to6

When you start, giving Baby
fruit, begin with a. teaspoonful: It
should be strained, 'of o u ra eL
Gradually inrerase the amount
to three or four tablespoonsafl .a
day. Use thp little cans of p"t-
pared food. They may be kept
safely in the refriegrator for two
or three 'diys-Fi iteW etd.
Baby may like the same fruit day
after day or he may want 'a
change. But ty int sdla'tart-
ed tast thit
his food to

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The bride homered on the amn
of Mr. Thonas Scott by whom
ahe wasv la marriage. S e
wa attii aI gowno f white
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a om0(need the marriage of their daughter, LsurauAn to Mr.
h i id Saqeru, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brumce anders

S"- e marlafe wa ,legoinle. on the evening of Sept. 2 in
thei Methodist Church of Conshohocken. Penna., with the Rev.
me Dasher, pastor, officiating at a double-ring eAre-
mony. .
T brid wbt was given Ain Conshohocken served, as best
mns ge' ly her uncle Mr. man.
S Potte d Bos, Jr of Following the ceremony, a re-
w ia.ood, were a full-skirted ception was held at-the Lake-
baS.' -st. le- agth own of white side Ina n Pottstown, Pa.
nylon tlle, wth a collar, long Mr. and Mrs. Sanders-will
ny white make their home In Norman,
ie Okla., where he has entered the
irt University ,of Oklahoma.
.Ms 'e, rf Mt, -Al- In a two o'clock ceremony per-
Sa mthe maid of formed at Albrook AFB (hapel
f bblae nylon ~1toan. atta, ikt Moi
thifton mnd carried a bouquiet and Mrs. Stephen A. Sasala of
o ear Mi ea Cleveland, Ohio, plighted her
J hlSfd table Brasher of'troth to Mr. Joseph Memana,I
.3",4- -"J

We desire through this medium to acknowledge sincere-
ly the many expressions of condolence, cablegrams, cards
and the various masses offered upon the recent death of
..our. beloved husband and daddy.

Amada Molyneaux and Daughters.

lower girs were Milaela. Gas-
teakoro and Marlanl Martlanel-
4i. The ride's train was carried
by;ttMe Maria Elena Tapls and
Maramno Gaxtasore carried the

,eeliJ- was M. 't t' NCt
Club at wlbrok.
1por he jelagI-away oostame,
the bride chore ,a white hand-
weven Freneh wool silt with a
matching sto. ,
Aft a wed trip to
Fea I Cvlnbe, the
P r iteat bI. KW
C00*01 aamu City. They
expect to make their permanent
home In Michiga n.
Mrs. MeLeana is an adminis-
trative assistant in the Point 4
Civil Aviation Office in. Panama
and is a member of the Ninety-
ines, Ine., an International as-
seiation of women pilots. Her
husband, who is presently the
director of the Air Force dance
band at Albrook, is a graduate
of Wayne University, In Detroit,
where he expects to study next
year, toward a master's degree.
Popular Musicians Giving
Concert Tomorrow Evening
Tomorrow night at 8:151
o'clock, the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service Center in Balboa.
will present in concert, three
popular musicians of the Pacific
side of the Isthmus, Professor
;Hans Janowltz. pianist, Federico
Jlmeno, baritone and Teodoro
Tirelli, violinist.
The program to be presented
at the USO-JWB is based on
popular classics that have been1
most frequently requested by
concert-goers on the Isthmus.
I.,Tln~ubitJ)othkof the QBAal
SZone- ani4b. Panama,, and mili-
tary personnel and their fami-
lies are cordially Invited to at-
tend. Admiion Is one dollar
for adults fifty cents for stu-
dents. There is no charge for
military personnel.

Diablo Club Sees
Guatemala Photo Slides
A set of slides taken In Guate-
mala by member W. R. Waltes.
were the leading attraction at
the Diablo Camera Club's Thurs-
day night meeting. -
STe monthly competition by
club members covered the sub-
ject "Leisure and Recreation."
Sixty slides were entered by
14 exhibitors. The competition

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DANCEB CARME~ AMAYA once again charmed a Panfma au-
dience with the verve and dexterity of her Prldy, "Mlght's

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Although th4 -average college And that Includes a daily bath or!
girl's budget doesn't allow for shower. Daily use of a" deodorant
beaotjfut, 'expensive clothes, eve- is in order, too. So is morning,
ry coed can sacqsire the Impeeca- and night teeth bushings, follow.
ble b habit that costs next ed by a mouth wash.
t Your nails and hair require the
iun n't like wear- -utmost attention, In order to com-
ing a d' PowW a then. plte your ibed grobalog habits.
It means instant daily atentlon .hped na polish Mad to the things that complete he at the collar line are advdrtise-,
picture of he well-groomed girl. ,ments of carelessness.
It means a freshly-bathed iook. To prevent your dresses, suits,,
.cikf an bliaafrmInrn

I iibs anU ouses iuromn jUUooKingi
Is divided Into three classes and tired, see to it that they are laun--
club ribbons are awarded to ne dered and dry-cleaned on schedri
winning slides. ule.
Winners were: Class AA, First.
Rev. H. T. Bernthal; Second, Remember to include fragrance!
Mrs. Faye Minton and Third, in your beauty routine. For eco-
Mrs. Marlon Troup. Class A. nomy and femininity's sake, a
First and Third, Miss Stella Ka- spray of cologne is the most prc.
zanowka oand Second, Mtss Ma-tical. For your campus packing,
ry McEwen. Class B. First and choose one with ,a lekuroof b t.
Second. William Clark, Jr., and tie, uniquely shaped of cIlear
Third Robert Strauss. The win- glass-
ning slides were commented on
by Hugh 0. Graham, an advanc- UW
ed color slide worker in the club. VWher Wer ebey
It was announced that plans .. .
are being made for the club F
group, to make another photo- Il 1Y a Av!
Rraphic trip to the Island of Ja-
maica, to spend the weekend ol CLIFFORD, Wis. ---4UP)- Two
the Thanksgiving holiday in former Clifford residents returned
November. The four days will berecently searching for what they
spent on the north shore, withibelieved was their only living red-
day trips to Montego Bay and ative and located more than 300.1
Titchfield. I Felix Anderson, 5, and his bro-



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Las Gumbres Civic Coonell
To *Meet
Residents of the suburban
community, l Las Cumbreu jr4
notified that the regular month-
ly meeting of the Civic Councell
will be held at the Community
(enter tomorrow at 8:00 p.m.
Matters of local interest and
welfare will be discussed at the
business meeting which will be
followed by a showing Of colored
As usual, refreshment will be
other. Relno' 39, both. of Seattle,
Wash., were placed In foster homes
nearly 40 years ago and they lost
track of their sister. They decided
to return to their home town to
find the sister, Pekela.
They learned that she had died
years ago but as word of their
visit spread, 300 c it I z e ns came
forward identifying them-
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Smart assortment of -HANDBAGS
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160 CenLr.l Ave J.?r' r do o U.M Ave M. 41 .
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ar, one of man's basic faa
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'1 `, 1 u'es dAuto__i_____209 Central Aver-ue S ona Clara. Low rates. Phone
FOR SALE:- Gas hot water heater Hdramoic. new tires. $400. CallI Copitolio Theater. Tel. 2-3479 Balboa 2-18 .
20-gal. new. never used, 5100- :Meadow,. Gulick 83-530 FR ,A GRAML(CH'S Santa Clara Beach Cot.
ft type china closet, birdseye i.- ___ SALE les, modem convenes, mbd- Aky Dealer for
$50; krtchln table porte- I gli SALE: Usedi "c i, low agsAic
n., 0, ch-n table, pOr e- NAM A AT1 i10 6 eroate rates. Phone 6-441 oc 4-567.
bI oomp. set uwn pr ng., $2J" diAc 0S2 A noe oIo. sS. hLE-AirOclane co,,p i Oneanside con 5 .N0 Widedwood Glue
ntl es r,z bed wih FOR SALE 195 Chevrolet deluxe FOR SALE -Arplone "Ercoupe". h Clara. Box 4 35. L r WI
pa c cov.r 10. refrigerator Iclub coupe. excellent condition. c ; engine just majored. arframe Ponoma 3-1877. Cl16 .
electric good condton.$150. Tel. ,965-B, ,,th PI.. Phone 2-3026 oerhauled. new loss and interior. WILLIAMS Snt Clar Beech Cot-
ephoanara -206 e ore 4 --O---------- r.:oedColon Airprt. Phone Cris- tas-ro gas ked in redyrgeratTtwo
Pn 3-4541 o r- 4er o FOR I SALE -1951 Buick 2-oor. ex- 5-ccle2915.House 155be m. P, Bl- on Ready to U I industry
.... ...... d ,nrrtte. Dyroflow. radio heater. .
FO SALE: -l a pod reried a -o dr.,, black.Ultramt o.rdrt Phone n-150. Osh n PL rro Vn Macotion blinds. suit- ReN Td ySr $ts MMro"
9 C u. ,- le N Phone Cndu 220lb able for fourfail uarters, alto FORRE NTS2n72 lie M c
PWo n O-83-7206tre ern.19000andCh-W estr nghouse refrigerator. porce- Pacdmked In lk dy T bes

' S flO8 n .- 0Aered, ro le d-lBuie 1 da 29.000 e ex. I- 2 D-c cle. House P1554 8 Bal-rs *OR ady" s
cellent condition. C all Balboa 4409. upplioa. plants. Every FOR RNT -bedroom bun low,
F R SA i.E. -- -o r Ffrohgood c n -.- M 51 Pac, -orn ne n 4. -O- purch se I pair fiFshe FREE. 13FOR RENT 3-bedroom housnlow, ith

.; R WANTED ol a fr e, os t Cbrci O FrOR5 rO oAL c ntmer. ACUA- Well looa ted, g ood neighborhood, Mi r
dit Chr., Sdobl ene. bleachedon bl ck m ir dr RIO TROPICAL P1ET SHOP 49 Viha oil Nl a 18.oAfdekn cona nences. A M o, P
o Call 2-442 pePhoneod.urundu 22 E Phonkeyse 3-4rr. SonComlete lore..' 81088. PhAsk for keys 3-3 .
S-- .ENROLL NOW for your Blroom OSALE S mar chep. Col FOR hENT -ABau ~ m
.I,' SA LFO dSAnc e lessons by leevin 0 your name. 8, -2246. houmline Canary and Parrakeet foods N o.te--. As e --
sition Offered phone t Hoteluxe sedan. 29.000 miles, Cat and Dog supplies. Parrot caes ae or mainutd's room .
excr'ellent condition. Call Panama Aquarium supplies, plants. Every FOR RENT 3-bedroom bungalow.2n3-

ephce 2-9 iS r Lefere. en-L NOW fT r your lroNN m FOR SALE -Smix roall wood wchtercolor dniR ro Tm, modern kiful c she
ter c Church Pphone at Hotel El Panamaame o bou 21x30-desk r nch a. gI s minutes rom '.- pOsI. O On
6rI0. PATTraE SON. fo2346, Ir TArcgalbsOse R Pho ne Pedro M.guel 589 eT. ng poolAmercans whoge. Rent: 12 nd R
A e 15 forr. Co hiv. To resurronble prty Avm TL 11
S o. l'es tbedrOOm cl-o .en Tickes nOn Sale tto.0.nourne. 83-0h4osae.Tsle- P i;22r6.MrCodI.I
eB'1. Frt -LtlrbeCn ARNETTe 1NN 1- ORSLE -Six rw wood watercolor dnrg rom modern ktchien wt, i HUth
t Rea-ibe C, an fliT Churi h PrI ier ,frames fr about 2cxn30-inch mats. "rea, .. I eraloAricas stoie. mo1dns2uor-PORTEN
SSA' E-O-A y 12000 d 7- 0 ou a i a W I ia. co u. Onarant e,' eA ol. e Phn f l o r t el T o ire. Phone Trt139

ear Puelo Nt,~eva Road, wItti b GE Movers. I'
rneay ATER Sientiats a p-for (olumbus Ball for bEr-toosadgoenebed.ngroom.n
16tenc trni A 'A -,hu.hPr cCDEfrbotIx3'in. ma.s. FOR RENT -Tw, o adroining caalets. Tels.: 2-2,6 & 2-25 1
O.r- Iter "nf lm ent er
ie.LSatOnly_$1.O- d7b5wtl0 or India, l -1ew 0 A 9I I- large famly .Or two familes. Phone r _____________

v "ongTg; .nree-oedroom nouse. Le- Stanley Gu ItOM,'a Ut
e .vre We. a ter lot P S. 7.,o. ologist said be h s nneastE
SPATTqSON, 2-2346." A' Ave. an Dlk neer Ge a'
nue.. 6. gg5pc to 2,50 B. C
LE: Los? urrbres cho. 'He Which wa .
S'e, '. 1s 1 and Im ans 1755
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t pe to a sign, a group of Republican women decoi
*'G "Election Express" in Washington, D. C., before le
SPfor ,pro.s-country tour. Left to right: Mrs. Richard
,pftAIlie Herman, Miss Louise Gore, and Mrs. Will
letnck. They are en route to the eighth biennial convention
1ip'National Federation of Republican Women in Los Ange

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tional Geographic Society1 sa.
Sugar is essential to life on
earth. Every green leaf touched
by sunlight performs the miracle
of turning water from the ground
and carbon dlxide from the air
into sugar ad oxygen. Any ani.
mal without sugar in its blood
would shortly drop dead.
Honee, fits, a n d succulent
grasses satisfied t h e ancients'
sweet tooth. The. origin of sugar
cane is lost in the past, some-
where in the Orient. Probably it
was first grown by man In India,
where ancient legends and the
the ariy of Alexander the Great
in 327 B.C. spoke of the "honey-
bearing reed."
A Umensiand years were to
pass, however, before the knowl-
edge sad. esilvatlon of cane
sugar were spreadd by cemnter-
inlg Arab.s aeress the Near fast
and Neath Africa to Spain and
Sugar was a delicacy only for
the wealthy, even when Columbus
took the sweet grass to HispanIo-
la on. his second voyage In 1493.
lie brought back cacao beans.
Thus, in exchange for chocolate,
the Old World gave sugar to the
Barbados became the world's
sugar capital during the 1500ds
and e1600's. Homeward-bound trea-
sure galleond carried sugar as
well as silver and gold. Not until
1151 was sugar cane successfully
introduced into Louisiana. And it
was even later, during the Napo-
leonic wars, that .. Frenchman
named Benjamin Delessert first
made crystallized sugar from the
ilvety, wedge-shaped vegetable
called the sugar beet.
Today the world produces near-
iv Aul im IaW tjnsaof Izoar in a

That y 5 C 4 j5 percent from sugar beets. A- .
is dig- Panama-Balboa Council. 1371. FOR RENT mericans alone consume over ,-.
William of the Knights of Columbus will (SChErN PROCE) u00,00oo tons,. For 30-odd years, JUAN T. TRIPPE, founder and only president of Pan Anerfcan
by the hold their annual Columbus Dav Apartmeifnt: we print all kinds of. sport Shirts per capital consumption in this World Airways, is the president of the internal onal Air a-
StBall at the Hotel El Panama on .-I G.1and .Bad eJs b.m. Signscountry has remained nearly con- port Association as the result of recent elections held in PrIs
- Friday, Oct. 8. ATTINTION G. I. Just built modern COellent f. stant, avaring a hundred-pound France. Trippe. one of the world's aviation pioneers, founded
This annual affair, the most furnished apartments, one, two isSE, MN. Telr or bag per person per year. Pan American in 1927, and has seen It grow from a 90-mile
important on their calendar of bedroom, hot. cold water. -Tel- Sugar not on y eaten-as route to a globe-girdling airways system...
events, is held by the Knights phone Panama 3-4941.sgn
In honor of the patron-of their FOR RENT: Modern two-;bedroom WE.CO]
order, Christoher Columbus apartment, 51st Street No. 42. Un- COM irLETE LD ruOF Prom ise Rti
and the anniversary of his dis- furnished. For further details call CML E1O
cover of America. This date, Zubieta: 3-1802. 3-3337.WE, ORM v
the most widely recognized in honog"sph t
the Western Hemisphere, is eel- FOR RENT: Two-bedrdbm apart- o o phs at .
ebrated throughout Latin Amer- meint, Obaths, maid:s room, go-i AM I
ica as the "Dia de la Raza." r Iall lc VBsti, 4fbh Street 1N Lot1 114 V, O f l'J P -I
Tickets for the Ball went on FOR RENT:- Modern apartment, in A,
sale yesterday and may be ob- El Cangrelo. 2 bedrooms connecting R y DOUGLAS L.ARSEN
tained for one dollar each from both, porch, living and dining ad o T V
any member of the Knights rooms, spacious kitchen, maid's and WASHINGTON (NEAI -
They may also be purchased at laundry room with hot water sys- (Continued from Page 1) The use of antibiotic, "miracle"
the Columbus Club in Balboa or tern. For further particulars please dru against -plant diseases
at the Hotel El Panama on the call Panama 3-4946 from 8 a mr engine pilot. cou d cause an b a rvolutito
night of the Ball. to 6 om A veteran pilot and a com-in agriculture as It hs in hu-
eleqton of the first door prie -- wander in the Navy Air Corps, an medicine.
been announcedas 100FOR RENT Apartment near Canal Godfrey's air troubles began last Ths Is revealed by the U.S.
ash with mannounced addiion-s $100 Zone. $55. Must buy furniture. Jan. 7 when Teterboro officials Deartment of Agriculture fol-
al prizes which will be warded Re e. Ca 3602. Balbo complained he buzzed the con- lowing its recent announcement i
to older of the cky ticket FOR RENT -Apartment. livtrig room trol tower n taking offt for Mia- that a streptomyciu-terranmycin
stubs. Some of these other pris- and dining room. two bedrooms. m Beach. had been deelo which
es include a week end at the garage. gos All screened. Gerardo An official complaint was filed effectively controls, t costly
l Palnama ifor two and a movie Ortega Street & Via Espaora. Campo by the New York Port Authority, pear blight.
caitters. Alegre No. 3. Information. Apart- which operates the field. e ar blight victoryy is con-
ment 4 Godfrey denied reports he sidered the breakthrou h in the
Those who plan to attend have FOR RENT: Nicely furnished o- had deliberately "-buzzed" the new battle of the antibiotics a-
: tisu asked to make their resel- bedroom modern apartment. si, power because he was miffed at against plant diseases. USDA.
vateions early to assure obtaining closets. 46th Street No. 42 Coil being forced to use the north- British and state agricultural
chole tables. Reservations may 3-1423. south runway experts all h ove launched major
S be. l4e by call ing the Colu Hnu e said he should have been research prjes In he ield

m iFOP RENT:-BAprient.un furnish- b ucrek Hea po e dwa e tsin he l OB field
bu. Olub. phone :Balboa 3466 .1 e N Aparment.. unuis- permitted to use the east-west during the past 12 months.
S time between 'o pm an ed 2 bedroom 2 baths, mads runwa because a strong wesr- John C. D u the UDA
5 p.m. Sept.20 through Oct. 6. om prlor. dining room. porch. wind was blowing, and that thologist who did most ant the
ca a e 1erO5 c t"F Cangre e N I fTorced him over the tower, work on the pear blight spray,
inerate A:i.""Aeu.P onee J2.16 20.Arport officials denied lhimsays: "Severeal years ago I pub-
c c n n 2."B" Aren e. Phone 2.1616 the e or that runwayhe said clylamented that plant patho-
M tr. because it would take him over ogists did no t have magic con-
"" Sc llsls FOR RENT:--Apartment. unfurn lsh- Hasbrouck Heighta, N.J., which trol materials k D wich
naof n ed. 2 bedrooms. 2 baths, maid's was conducting U, an l-nolsetare possessed by Ue entomo ti-
d ll .enroom, parlor, dining room, porch, campaign. al colleagues. But the antbio-
garage. $100. at No 23. N. Obor- The CAA filed formal charges tic materials offer Posslbilities
rsof crcen aino Street, VBel Vista. See De Cas- Of reckless, flin him on of disease control we h ardly dr-
Stro. No. 24. B" Avenue. Phone Jan. 20. butre AA rec- aed ream of 10 years age."
CHICAGO UP The notion FR RENT- Unfurnish edarto anmed W. Youd i inotf h dnte oer es
that scientists are 'an eccentric FOR RENT Furnshed or t- an mmedlate su 0 0lto his Attendi.'.-1 Heltwa
and retiring lot is all wrong, a ments, 2 bedrooms. 2 baths, parlor, license, saying he d to a be first directed to the pisaibility
survey says, r dining room, parch, facing front definitely fair. ofL anUblotics for plant disease
The study which took a year to street, $90: ,so apartment. I bed- On March 16 A a ml s e d1960 by Dr. Aldandoer Flem-
c pete, a dhe m e e arsn i room. parlor, dining room. $60. at the auspensio of onglapd, discoverer of
traits of 514 scientific and techni. No. 24. B ae nue .S Phone D 2 oCastrohomendatrnn, bl hbad
Bal staff members at Illinois InstrfN. 1616. Panama e eRupher2.atiB who ar d' i on ee s L s
tute of Technology and the Armour 99Rupper owhi ar-y r utths tha diston .
leasearch Foundation. FOR RENT -One and two-bedroom vined wGodirey d bio months that major rslbd s s rp l
Themade the oportments, unfurnished. .-th sea ed toward the t v. have bebnendo mie "MIRteACLE D E.- e G.hIINT '6 "r
Study found at contrary to pop. vieweNo. 2. Uruguay r Street eGdrey tOld t ole W.,r& arietCy of pltast irs le USDA terds lb e thtoeutroila lty
ulr belief, the bestt scientists e uaccep tdthe. High ost an~ lited supp ly like thi Is bellevedla eS 5sr""
ul~ beief, then bestuscm entisabts FOR RENT:-Furnished or unfurnith- u the druge puti n at o a
a are "original anId enthusiastic ed one-bedroom apartment, garage. Io nisea ses.11artewbeingei ked tugs-a 'ey .w ,,te
leaders." 168. Via Belsariao Porras. maintained that hao Ad-opicture, but -rotentae- s are beingbed the e,
They found that the more ing what he tho t- s e ble. Last year te tdru in same way.I the rest a -l d sj
brilliant the scientist the more FOR RENT: Completely furnished in pa e th r the bin- r I the tropics stu lear ~ an otberprobl tt
outside acivities he is li kely to I-bedroomo aportnt ivo room. e m t-ued antiboti Great der way with an antibiotic caed of the drgs on huan.
enter: The more "retiring" scien- kitchen; new refrigerator. gas stove.male l 71 expansion is possible, with the musarin for the control of vs- experts aren't too odeerned
sts are apt to be "less produc- garden. Bello Vista Phone 3-Il 46 .. 1 -.ce coming down through rious banana diseases. bout this because of the minu'
tive' laboratory workers. FOR RENT:-Large and cool 2-bed- HAGERSTOWN, -1:..- ma production. .mouts1 of he dL-ugs used. I
room apartment. Bello Vista, sea The tle who walked off N Further, only relatively small "obsees blue leMK a f t opbe h could have a help ui
view. $90. Call 3-0934 suitcase owned by Hairr A ,rr quantities of tk-t drugs-about 38d1 e 15hs been controled in r-Ifect. wo .
n e -ORENT:-Beutiul urnished I- W think twice beore tkibI '1- 100 gallon. of water--!lab tests with sprays of streptO i *arly all the scientists
bedroom apartment V'a Espana, other suitease. Abacker, are needed. nuycin. Preliminary tests ndla.telDg-B the projects agree on ogt
(Continued from Page 1) a degree of control better Manipoint: they have not vet sez/$cI
S ..C ...... -t--oot, 6_-pound pyrthea,'. expected to use the new pear that obtained with the stAard ad the surface andarvouw
the --nation o ACCOUNTING & Bookkeeping serv- *pray next year on their cor-treatment. In the treatment of all plan "
count onday when the ice. Graduate of La Salle Extension. ion m rcal orchaids. At the ir eset sufoldo ...... i is- oe Ia Is.In the offing.
n tu riu v eut a serieseof con-b Box pr8. Balboo. C Z "" rice of aboutNelm"_. k prrap ef m ilonsof de"lad eah -e. ar.
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T4kh Admi.s Making ..Wd 3"k6S The New Brunette Lana Tumer 'Crossed Swords' W
Two Warner Bros. companies
.. will be CinemasScopng the Pad-
.ir fic Ocean simultaneously next
:month. sn ue, alya Be Weekend Feature
John tayne, and "Mister Roberts,
., the Henry Fonda-James Cagney-B
". .William PowellJack Le m n .
starrer...Ethel Merman is contem- ErrolFlynn returns to the calls upon Flynn to scale castle
Aplating whether to snip her curly swashbuckling glory of "Captain walls, make hairbreadth escaes
S"u ,weep toa b~tch after comset Blood" and "Don Juan" as the through upper-story windows, Uell
i V"There's N0 Businesq Like dashing hero of the boudoir and to death with an assortment of vil-
fro Business" at 20th-Fox. the battling swordsman of th e, lains and woo a bevy of volup- *
Mona Freeman, who plays Tab breastworks in United Artists re-.tuous maidens. Naturally, all this
Hunter's bg city sweetheatt n lease, "Crossed Swords," filmed is right up Flynn's alley. since he i,
Waer' "BattleCry," is aa- in Pathecolor which opens nextis an excellent swordsman, all
tioning down on her mother's farm week-end at the Lux Theatre. Co- around athlete and a wooer-of-
milking rows...Laurenae Olivier starring as the voluptuous daugh- maidens of considerable repute.
and Vivien .l's teaming for ter of the Duke of Sidona, presu- Literally rounding out the sup- I%
M Shakespea's tragedy, "Titus m ably in medieval Italy, is Gina porting east in top featured roles
eAnedroneus, fat e- tratford thi s Lollobrigida, a ravishing young are Nadia Gray, the Rumanian- .. "\-,S A
Aear Will brin'to -the board the beauty whose popularity in this born ex-Princess Cantac uz I n o."
first productiofl of the play I i country has skyrocketed after but who was called to '"C r ossed
100 years... two appearances in "The White Swords" from England, wh e r e
George Cukor, who did tht e Line" and "Fanfan the Tulip." she starred for J. Arthur Rank
masterful ico of Warner'In the tradition of the great in "Night Without Stars," a n d '
CinemaScope d A Starf Isa Born," swashbuckling films of the past, Paola Mor, the newest of the I
L-'T Cwill next meg "Bhowani Junction" "Crossed Swords" was designed, talian screen beauties, who is des.
Sfor Metro... 8-15" s te usu from beghning to end, as unadul tined toenst a following on this
movie title of the Germans equlva- treated "escapism" in the grand side of the tlantic that may well Theatre Art cane.m
lent to 'From Here to Eternity," manner-lavis amusing, some. rivaL Gina's. The leading male a her aew role a 3 f,
hot now shooting in Munih...Raymond what tongue-in-cheek, romantic supporting roles are taken by the
Masseyhaso ted the paterand filled with action, swordplay handsome Italian star. Cesare D- Mary Mar.
Srol of Adan tEast of den and excitement, nova. who portrays Flynn's com- order hair-d than he h
in at Warners and moved to 20th- .This fantasy is given an air of panion-in-arms, and the n o t ed Nellie Forbsh 13 ".
ox where he will play Edwi authenticity b the realism of the character actor, Roldano Pu p 1,
| Booth's Ihre lw "Prin e of Play- setti in wh ch it was filmed. who plays the villain. PW*
Sers"...Paul Ienried returns to t. Thef Fiyn company actually rent, .. -
Le erg"a...wPaulo r etufrnst t 0imeed an entire hillside village in
Broadway for the first timeo -southern Italy and turned it into
d 14 years when he co-stars with Ito
d dva Gaborin "Ton!t in Samr a set. The village Laur ,.u CF
S ..tI. Icand," next November ...Doris Da astleand local pea n ots o
kql~k~h... :. i hopes to finish "Young at Heartc'ea !'
in time to catch tAe rid Series. w c i .
he'. Paul Gregory will put "The Nak-kroles n h/ "
BhThed andt e fore th ca ro e idea of making an adven-
i T eulah a eras as his first. production of 11upiet 'Ji- iiddiev)t lytio
wars e art o lrylnd. T1B M...Warners bas stalled ,air r y
Richard Watts, Jr., the critic cooling equipment in the trailer Errol Flynn.
was horrifle to.find t she hod Anders' first name, even though dressing rooamcin used on the Flynn an 32-year-old roducer
togsed In comma after '"thou she played wi' him' M "T eyd producer Vittorio Vassarotti into
thou Romeo?" sig " n ar ainIS Andrews starter. Through stidy a nd brunette fr her role as an Italian their scheme, formed Viva Films
th Rmeo? n tipntoW ear, oTur- ilrl in "Flame and the Flesh," and set about making "Crossed
fihlan .World. eNets rner hais 4ep No*n 4vted w ,ean and kept it for hernextfn"e. Swords" In ay.
"h e'a t1 b h e: s h"Crossed Swords," filmedxin.
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keelp ~ri seaM qf ind. a brunette and her hUsban
o iev body -i"rdet- "As long as I'm in a ontrteh ed hejr_ h sb a3breathtakingly beautifulGa Ol
ta I'mrd rconftriteeQnroa hr ot 'ea'v Eh-- e her Barker Is very pleased with their a l
te gut aer., q oa. c a 2n dsa isoe o he r a aso wtht lobrigida, is a natural for Flynn.
mean i oeet-waswon- Wit A u-urLk- -NeUIll.--'. --P)'ies i __'hasThe script, by Milton Krims, who
d adger haT wasd which Twenties ,* a as outraged when brother and ssr, who lived only a0n t icts mh deA bot Lou d s b dsud oo
I w taJk bout Somerset M ham s e Ior A few hundred miles- apart but nIa ct Feo bate u jmli- ome d ab ics
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lo falr~ I towsn Hws ,adhws ue e e r ved s one oM-G-M ot d- ic are so "loud" that a member can be adjusted to show documentnesa'
S' O gand she was 4ig start, she still sa s odestly company of the American Hearing or other Items being discussed. RO.
oAM ck 0 C8'Iti an taLickle said be traveled through that her ambition is to beA ngood Aid Association had to design a
S .tIc riedamythe West and.finally, 16 yeers ago, ctrss. new aid for the hard-of-hearing
She settled down at Neola, Iowa, "ilhoe never to become self- noises.
where he now owns alumbing sati3fied,"J she confJIddeYd to a
.. .. tand furnace shop. friend. I intend to grow, toad- During the course of tests on theW /
"There wais no correspondence be-vanYe if possible, role new device, the company an-
the paration. my dIs 'Whati can I do to line was the loudest of the 20 Poph-OF, ot.Y U C ,!
& V t4 1rydar, Hieloe.decided he make myself a better aetess?'" ular fabrics under observation '
.",'wanted "The Lana Turner of today' it four times as noisy as satin, the
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.EDthaniever, but differe. Instead served that the reverse side of -
Sof the goldenhair so long as most materials is noisier than the
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television telephone recently and
kept spectators busy forseveral 'ie Only Flight Without Chane -6f Plane from
hours watching face-to-face con-
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an the phone faced a 17-inch tele. PANAMA TC BOGO
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Ij oft Note, Regal Bliss

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A wide open $750 Class "B-C" seven furlong dash
will be the feature event for today's Juan Franco race pro-
Soft Note and Regal Bliss are the probable mutuels
choices but the other four starters are all rated a better
thpn fair chance of pulling down the major share of the
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Juan Franto Graded Etr

P.P. Honre Jockey Wgt. COMMLNT
1st Race "I" Imported 6% Fgs.Pufse: $376.0 Pool aegast
First Race of the Double
1-F. MacAdam E. Orte. 102x-Early speed only
2-Lady Pilar J. Chuna 115 -Returns In good shape
3-Espagirico L. Giral. 120 -The horse to beat 0
4-Chely F. San. 100x -Nothing to date
5-Legation A. Basan 102x -Notorious quitter
6-V. Breeze M. Hurley 110 -Should be close up
7-L. Lady J. Phillips 105 -Rates fair chance
8-Marianina V. Brown 118x-Will fight it out
9-Esqulador J. Gongo. 105 -Improving slowly
10-Our Fancy G. Pres. 110 -Nothing to recommend




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Happy Abode, Vulcanizado. Ja- ockeys with two victories each.
omazo t ad Ndvls arte. t he FIRST ACE 2nd Race "G" Native 4% Fgs.Purse: $27S. FPl odtese1:15
Last week Ha Abode return- 1-Viajero $4.40, 2880, 9.80. eond Race of the Double

nated in setting the pace with the 3-Matruh $3.80 1-Piola J. Reyes 113 -Distance to liking 4-1
ctorious Mirzatoats for three- SECOND RACE 2-8. Velluda, H. Ruiz 103 -Rates good chance: 5-1
Suartershe distance in a mile I1-My Dear $7.40, 4.40, 4.40. 3-Annie N F. Rose 11 -Nothing recently 15-1
Sqe This week Happy Abode will 2-Mr. Foot $8.60, 5.20. 4-Coran J. Gongo. 112 -Racingto top frm 3-1
9Sng one furlong ess and will 3-Lujoso $4.20. 5-Jal Alal 0. Chanis 114 ,.-Runs well for Ch 8-1
rlPd' n by steadily improving First Double: (Viajero-My I 6-Tuira V. Brown 107 x-Slm chance in nmd 10-1
to Ruiz instead of Apolinar de, Dear) $285.20. 7-Burlesoulto 0. San. 108 -In favorite distance 3-1
Re es Rios. THIRD RACE 8-Dofia Chila R. L. Gil 106 -Poor effort last 5-1
,Vulyanizado, third in the same 1-Golden Glass $10.80, 10.80, 3. 9-Proton V. Casti. 110 -Better this time 2-1
r'ace last Saturday, wi' be under 2-Marfil $7.0, 3.40. I 10-Consentlda J. Phillips 110 -Good In abort race 5-1
!:th guidance of Colombian aceC 3-Piel canela $.60. Gls
ftLus Giraldo this time in place, One-Two: (Golden Glass-
10of Aurelo Mena which was inju M-' fil) $6.,
d last Sunday when Cran kick- FOURTH RACE 3rd Race "E" Native 7 Fgs.Purse: $275." Pool closes: 1:15
!ec jim before the start of the sec- 1-Joe's Fiddling $32.20, 9.60, 6.80. ONE TWO
eon race when he was aboard Bur. 2-Vampiresa $4.20, 4.80.
,* --. uto. 3-Sismo $6.20. 1-Chepanita V. Brown 112x-Ahnuld catch Jachalin 3-2
Jaq.umazo, a confirmed In-and- Quinlela: (Joe's Fiddling- 2-Jachalln H. Ruiz 115 -Mutuels favorite, even
outer, ran dismally last Saturday Vampiresa) $66.40. 3-Metto J, Gongo. 114 -Has good chance 4-1
t could turn in one of 1W hsur- FIFTH RACE 4-Filon M. Guerre. 106 -Nothing to Indicate 15-1
sn performances t time. 1-Don Goyo $4.20, 2.80. 5-Winsaba E. Orte. 10Ox -Dangerous at times 8-1
S be ridden by t-veteran 2-Sherry Time $3.20.
.Erniho Dario. e SIXTH RACE
SNoveo was not a eout. He 1-Charming Prince $5.80, 2.80, 4th Race 'Nno-Winners' 4% Fgs.Purse: $250.00 Pool closes: 2:20
-tend himself his las thim ti 2.60.
should do much better this time. 2-Peaceful Dawn $4.80, 3.80. QUINIELA
Eli:s Ortega has the leg up on 3-Cormorant $4.40,
the stretch-burning Chilean horse. SEVENTH RACE 1 ueLindo J. Phillins 112 -Pue Linda's son 2-1
saft Note ra1 second to 1-Young Prince $3.60, 2.40, 2.80. -Naranjazo E. Orte. 102x-Goes wide on turns 4-1
toats after evercoring early inter- 3-L. Dancer V. Brown lOSx -Reportedly Improved -I
Sference and por aneuvering b 3D iscovery720. FCandelaria K Dario 110 -Good early speed 101
1the same Virbo Castuo who w -Second Double: (Charming 5-J. de La c rus M. Hurley 115 -Has good workout 8 -1
ride him a gain. Irihobred Princeop n Pri nce 0 9.4 2- 6-Julle F. Rose 108 -Form indicates even
Regal Bls a costly EU-Py EIGHTH RACE _____
horse which seems$to be finally IG --_ RACE
'h orsndint to form expected by 1-El Re alo $2.50, 2.40,7.20.
S handlers willbeseeking his 2 ar ?to$11 20,,10.. 5th Race "B&C" Native 8% Fgs.Purse: $350.00 Pool closes: 2:55
were bot h upsvictory iumphs. Qu nIela: (. egoCara 1-Valaria J. Chuna 108 -Not-n top frm-.. 10-1
iewere both isrhe is sure to de Gate) $8.40. 2-Petite F. Rose 118 -Deiends on start 2-1
W he kdin u the mtuels.I NINTH RACE 3-Rab-blanco JJm M. G rre. 10-Not agaidinst these 153-1
en other acked iii race$sare '-Chingri $6.80, 4.60. -"Don Jailne M. -uerre. 1105 -Shotd win he mud 3-1 -
*',L .-ab2-cythla $4.40. S-Daniel. F Orte. 102x-Raclng to top form 3-1
*1 oluded on today' cear One-Two: (Chingri-Scythia) 6-G. Wonder F. San. 101x-Rates good chance even
O stera.y's Alfredo Gonzalez $11. 7-Golden F. H. Ruiz 118 -Back In winning form even
d n ta a$600saiI-and-one- TENTH RACE r-
i d edOsix-and-ne-[
a nfuronS g sprint fat0 -Pir I rs. 6th Race "H" Imp'rted 6 Flgs.Purse: $400.00 Pool closes: 3:35
Snish when the veteran ELEVENTH RACE First Race of the Double
ls h whImen-Pn $6.40. 2.80, 2.40.
r o metretch rush to "-More Fair $3.80,. 2.80.4 1-Chic's Ned J. Gongo. 105 -Another month or so 25-1
Shi usual o whelmid mus 't -Newminster $2.20. 2-A. Fulmar J. Phillips 108 -Rates best chance 2-1
I ast the over and amd "-New ne 2.0 3-E. Magic H. Ruiz 103 -Distance suits style 3-1
icer Chn a, a S a 3 4-Atom O C. Iglesias 113 -Could score again 5-1
F' O tDa l Reulits 5-Flambaro 0. Chanis 110 -Racing consistently well 5-1
nte ot the favorite o-Clepsydra G. San. 112 -Returns from layoff 4-1
7-Alabarda A. End. 115 --Good early Speed 10-1

an tsdedere all ,LOUTH 10-(Rose Hip L. Giral. 114 take It all 2-1 C
start was good with Char.Wsnke Forest 14, George Wash- 7th Race "F" Imported 1 MilePurs: e$500.0 Pool closes: 3:S35
er sle tng the fieldstothe inrnl 0
ms but Chispeante and Vir rinTech 30, North Carolina Second Race of the Double 2
flasedpst almo rt alongside. State 2f.
the five furlong marker to Georgia Tech 28. Tulane 0 1-Cames L. Giral. 115 -Distance in favor 2-1
.th& e furlong po le earlier Davidson 19, VM.I. 0. 2-P. Counties E. Orte. 105x-Ran poorly last time S-1 b
e rae h fulengt ch. "er adandl EAST 3-DixlorincessR H. Ruizs 10 -Regaining form slowly 3-1 j
oreno R. Gomez 115CUnknown uantaty 1
C winrpeante streadly Morgan State 30,Fort Meade n. 4-. i F inrer Gomes 11 epknon atity 1-1 o
t tll rnd and seemed "hode Tlpnd 13, Northeastern 7., 5-Tilama 0. San. 108 -Route suits style S-1
f turning for home, Iowa St~te 34, South Dakota -Bolo Joan J. Phillips 10R -Could score in upset 10-1 t
ad hit his est State 6. 7-Tom Collins J. Reyes 112 -Racing to best form 4-1 j
by now and was gaining alTexasd 20. L slaKentucky 0.8
the leaders but Cis-p Texas 20. L"BiIsana sate 6 -
Snto t stret State 2. emphis State 7. 8th Race "F" Imported I MilePaurse: $500.00 Pool closes: 4:40
i e length 3e-ha o r (and 'erleton 21. Cornell (Ia.) 6. QUINIELA
ht i flashed pat Cearuter anuo Kansaq State 29, Colo. A&M 0 .
ht Chipeant halt ng Wahash 14. Vanarao 6 1-Remero F. Rose 110 -Mediocre sprinter 10-1 a
S the finish and went on to aylor 53, Houston 13. 2-Don Cuto L. Giral. 113 -Hard to beat here even e
kIore bo a alf-longth. '' Teas Christian 27. Kansas 6. 3-R. Alligator J. RIeyes 116 -Rates good chance 5-1
the winner returned a juicy Tldinna State 40. eastern 111. 7. 4-Sinn Feiner M. Hurley 110 -Depends on start 3-1 c
o win and $7.0 place. He Oahoma A&M 14. Wyoming 6 5-Kosco H. Ruiz 108 -Usually close up 4-1
aSroll- ridden by Hector Ruit. Oklphome 27. California 13. A-(Welsh Fox J. Phillips 113 -Fractious these days 3-1
W Any Gongora and Rolando Central Mich. 42, Iowa State 7--(Granero B. Agui. 115 -Impressive win last 3-1 f
il were the day' s top Tchr -s 21. -- -
ConorLrao 61 Dralkie-0. ti
S n n! as t ome'a State 149th Race "G Imported 7 Fg.PFure: $450.00 Pool closes: 5:40
EIVIIOAddle YKeptucky State 21, West Virginia ONE TWO
State 12. 1-Turgot L. Giral. 115 -Returns from brief rest 3-1
2s -- -- -T. Bouche B. Agui. 112 -Dangerous this time 3-1 (
01 l vOka' To Play c R 3-M. Slipper F. San. 101x-Apparently overrated 10-1 i
.ui Okay0fJ S oiPaS y4-R. Emblem R. 14. Gil 108 -Quits at 1st challenge 8-1 c
iI 5-rDevonshire C. H. Ruiz 110 -Could score again 4-1 tf
WIG e Inl Row GOLF o6-Batatazo F. Rose 115 -Improving steadily 2-1 tl
SA 19-year-old Stanford Sophio- 7-G-reco E. Orte. 106 -Good early speed 10-1 t
Aa-18-Los Morros V. Brown 15Xe-Longshot possibility
WASRHINOTON, Sept. 18 (UPI more Mickey Wright -haff -os Morros V. Brown x-Longshot poslbty 3
Third baseman ddie Yost of eliminated defending champion
SSenators, whol ary Lena Faulk in the senl- 10th Race 'C' Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: $750.00 Pool closes: 5:40 t
%men dFday night In a Iefinals of the Women's NationalP
g sp with the Boston Red Sox, Amateur Golf Tournament. Miss 1-Noveno E. Orte. 10Ox-Not extended in last 8-1li
Sobe in the lineup last night, Wright took her match, 5-and- --Soft Note V. Casti. 120 -Hard to beat here even f
W-44d another tally to his rec- 4. In the other semi-final. Bar- 3-Regal Bliss J. Phillips 112 -Improving steadily 3-1 f
b waf consecutive games played. ibara Romack eliminated Mrs 4-Jaqulmazo E. Dario 110 -Longshot specialist I0- I
Th durable Yost had a cutlMarjorie Lindsay McMillen, 7-1 -Happy Abode H. Rui 10 -Could go all the way 2-1 c
slight swelling. But he -
uwouounced okay and fit to FOOTBALL -
ishi*tring -- longest among i PHILADELPHIA. The Unl- 11lth Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: xxxx de
p!rary mfjor league versity of Pennyalvania football I-RmR 1 i tn lk ta
to 805 last night in club will honor Columbia coach -iomar R. L. Gil 108 -Distance to liking 2-1 s
S game of the Bosox Lou Little Sept. 23 as "Man of 3-V areH.aR i1 r 104-Ranwteso chan ce 4-1 M
the Year." Orte. 104x-Ran well In last 3-1
S i the hospital Little played tackle on the' 4-Camaron 0. Chanis 106 -Longshot possibility 10-1
)t whie doctors studied 1919 Pennsylvania team. He will 5-Voladro V. Brown 110x-Poor recent efforts 5-1 2(
Wer is head. The fast be honored at a banquet to be fri
,iMs -Rue Kemmerer, attended by more than 250 yi
eslfflegje Me bleeding but fall- from that Penn team 35 years i o
bony structure. ago.
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Milwaukee at St. Louis.
PhiladelphIa 000 010 000
New York 120 213 00x1
Dickson, Miller (2). Rids
Mrozlnski (8) and Lopats
dle. Grissom (8) and Katt.
Laddle (8-4). LP Dickso
19). HR -- Mays (41), b
(4), Jond (12).

Chicago 000 000 100-1 8 1
Cincinnati 201 001 Olx-5 8 0
Pollet, Hacker (8) and Coop-
er. Valentine (12-11) and Semi-
nick. LP Pollet (8-10). HR -
Sauer (38), Post (17).
Milwaukee at St. Louis (Night
. Only games scheduled.

et. GB Teams W L Pet. GI
$33 Cleveland 107 40 .728 -
99 5 x-New York 98 48 .671 8
W 7 Chicago 92 56 .622 159
183 22 Detroit 64 3 .43843
173 23 x-Boston 63 S-4 43
62 25 x-Washington 62 8 .428 44
08 33 Baltimore 51 91 .345 58 i
J 10% x-Phil aelphia 49 07 .38 57
Kzd-Nlght games not included.
New York at Philadelphia.
o~k Cleveland at Detroit
Baltimore at Chicago
-1 3 0 Cleveland 000 000 300-3 11 0
-9 13 1 Detroit 001 000 100-2 9 .
ilk (5), Wynn, Narleski (7) and He-
, Ld- ~gan. Gromek, Herbert (8) and
WP- House. WP Wynn (22-11). LF
n (10- -.Gromek (17-18). HR -- Mt-
Mueller cell (1), Hegan (11)..

Baltimore -O 002 000-2 8 6
Chicago 100 220 Olx-6 9 0
Larsen (3-20) and Courtney:
Pierce (8-10) and Lollar. HR -
Kennedy (0).
Boston at Washington (Night
game). -
New York at Phila. (Night

Grid Season

Opens In

Torrid Heat

18 (P)-- Wake Forest, panting
in scorching 9-degree heat,
mounted ne 81-yard, scoring
march d thensent a long-
legged sophomore scampering on
S32-yard tuch1lown galp to-
day to defeateorge Washing-
ton University 14 to 0.
Wake Forest spent the first
half building up a near Impreg-
nable defense, wlle at the same
time. wilting the OW line. Then
came the offensive thrlut.

1954 gridiron powers today by
crushng rebuilding Tulane 28 to
0 before a sirt-aleeved crowd of
A pair of sophomore halt-
backs Paul Rotenberry and
rimmy Thompson streaked
through the Tulane secondary
or runs of 8 and 58 yards in
the first quarter to get the
Engineers' steam roller going.

STARVILLE Miss., Sept. 18 -
UP) Splinter-thin Bobby
Collins, hidden for two seasons
n the shadow of Jackie Parker,
topped confidently to the cent-
r of the stage today to start in
Mississippi State's 27-7 victory
over Memphis State.
Collins scored once and passed
or another touchdown to spark
he Maroons in their home open-
r before a perspiring crowd of
,000 in 93 degree weather.
LEXINGTON, Ky., Sept. 18 -
UP) Mighty Maryland, open-
ng the defense of its national
hampioulship, muscled its way
o touchdowns after each of
three Kentucky errors to defeat
he Wildcats today, 20-0, before
6,000 sun-baked fans.
The Terrapins sent Into action
ie backfield that was a second-
ne unit behind last season's
fearsome foursome, and the dif-
erence was scarcely noticeable
- only the names have been
hanged to hoodwink the enemy.
AUSTIN, Tex, Sept. 18 (UP)
- Texas staged a power-packed
demonstration of Its ground at-
ick today to defeat Louisiana
tate, 20-6, before 38,000 fans in
memoriall Stadium.
Texas, taking revenge for a
:-7 defeat it suffered last year
om LSU drove 80, 62 and, 92
yards in three touchdown drives1
nd rolled up a total of 273 yards
n the ground.

Juan Frano lips
-Espagirico IMars4iana
--Burlequito Proton
3-Chepantta Jaelala
I-Julie Na
IL-Petite Goddek an (e)
$-Another Falnar Fnatmba
7-Tuiama dmes
P---n Cut *aco
-B-atatazo Target
i-Soft Note Happy Abodle
l-,-Uouar Vealw

tle. *nff meoet- 4 *wJnm
ltal mae you mIl~lll e
SOMINDfol gotk _luS. s
D fnrm -r~ ILI
a gas m^7s
omen& WINS

Pretty Marilyn Bevington will
reign as the Canal Zone Junior
College's Queen at the football
Jamlbree *ne Fday at
UMount Hope Stadium.

Soorts Shorties

Vern thirdMb ummrVern
Stephens of Baltimore has hung
up his spikes for the last time
this Season.., and possibly for
all timb.
The 34-year-old Stephens -
the Orioles' top runs-batted-in
man this season wrenched his
anklerecently In a ame with
Detrot and has not payed since.
As the Orioles have only nine
games left, Stephens says he has
been Riven permission to go
home. Stephens says he will de-
cide during the winter whether
toplay next year..,
From the West Coast comes
word that Cleveland second
baseman ]obby Avila has been
made honorary mayor of a town
bearing his name Avila, Cal-
fornia. The president of the
town's civic association says the
honor is in recognition of Bob-
by's great play with the Indians
this season. Avila is located on
California's central coast and
has a population of about 300.



Thneres Fish

I Kdegs that It we were Asut.eo whatLwe would each
time we went nut that ot of would aw g th4e rao pp and
take Up another port. .
*- ee before Iat RMe we t te b0tes were M there
tr3y arld man marlin WeU weekend we went boat
and. U Brooks' new *H. former -innln e M.em our

a fewref fish tt.t .a
I hal .4 mana rig along bat Rsve'r eOven a
thta -. a-

W. w e' lbot & or th
By,thl..time C :nt neLa S 1 the bait
o he .ewed u1 a' Mw oe a start letti ou he line.
r16the, uk about ruinn sh a"ndro onalez
,he rt taa w whl.e wt..j.iare eA..:t to p in the

Anyway, while letting out the line and befots the thing could
be out in the outrigger up comes old man marlin ahd Jerks the
line from Carl's hand. From thel on as usual, cohfuslon was
the order of the day and in one hour and a half theftish was
tied alongside the boat. Carl handled the fish like he had
caught several other marlin and'was an old hand.
Of course, he has been fishing for a long time and knows
how to handle a rig but after all a black marlin is, to us, the
king of all fish. The marlih weighed 476 pounds at the Boat
Club dock and furnished meat for half the crowd that watched
it butchered.
We only hope that Carl remembers he owes us a new marlin
leader, hope that we don't have- to remind him that one wag
ruined. Well, that is what makes fishing. Fish for-marlin and
catch everything else. Fish for re .fish all except a couple of
hours and catch sailfish and a marlin.
Welcome to both our first, clubs Carl and may we fee the
day that I ruin one of your marlin leaders cause we are sure
that it would make you as hapy as we were last Sunday.
Another member of our first club is Leo Goodman. While
fishing from the Tin Goose week before last he caught his first
sailfish, Leo is stationed at Coco 8olo and is a Chief Warrant
Officer in the Navy. '
We almost had another husband and wife Join at the same
time but Mrs. Goodman lost her fish ten feet from the boat.
Never mind about losing one, Mrs. Goodman, we have a space
all reserved for you In the club's membership and are sure that
next time you will connect. Anyway, like you say, ten feet is a
lot closer than we came the same day when one was, leased 250
teet from the boat. '
The dock fishermen are catching q few fish but Itlsa't u
to standard. The bay Is full of dolphin bonita and a few wah
and all yot have to do is find the 4rft to catch fish. Fishing
for snapper and corbina around the Islands h#s fallen off bu
hard fishing will po4de a few We hive l p

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build a winner around him. With his tremendous muscle, it -is
possible be may become baseball's biggest individual draw in a E Rain i -- i '
year ortwo. fo M llR i rom precious orchids to high priced livestock-precision 1,0uW. .,
Several TV hekles wrote into say that one Bob Wilon state. r machinery to fine perfumes, Pan American's Clipper* Cargo
ed on a sports program last week that some elub's lead (the ff speeds your shipments anywhere in the world. Your goods are in
Giants?) had been reduced to "four and a quarter" games. Well
it has been a desperately close rsa, you know. Frank Strana- NEW YORK, Sept. 18 (UP) transit so briefly on Clipper Cargo that your insurance costs are
ban's elaat that e was tura pe because of the "an-An off duty cop who held an By EANREADONhave damage and pilerage losses hen
sfair advantage"b had ever the amateurs is patently abumrd, in umbrella to shield Rocky Mar- 24 Years in National League cut way down. Ad won't have damage and pilferage losses when
f the tha the amateurs beat him ever tim he went lano from the rain .the other Written for NEA service trained Clipper Carqprsonnel handle your'goods. .
+ day has been a given a demo- -
F i : STakee-Stadium. Oce M pany anytime after ton ad reduction for the QUESTION: With the bases Cie agpyavlren
2 aftgreatly edsIed. Apply.Toppn and Webb, g745 gesture. ( e photo of McShane loaded and two out, the batter For complete details on how Clipper Cargo can play a vital role in,
-Ave. N.'. C. and Marclano appeared on page ingles to right field. Two rns your bAmerican i
oneof yesterday P a n a m a score The runner frm first baseur business American Clippi Cargo represent
mera 1n falls to step on second, but isI tive. Ani %on't forget to ask him for a complete cost analysis. There
1Ote1ri eJumes McShane has tagged at third. The inning seems Enco Toy -
been demoted from second to finished, but the second baseman is no cost or obligation. Mu.. I% .
third grade detective and tra- yells for the ball steps on sec. James MaIn
t. ferretd to an outlying precIlnet. ond and agealso the umpire, T MAN
ahermg fU The demotion also carries a $325 who noted that the runner missed
If r I p e ricduction in yearly nay. second. What happens heref?-Al Margaret
Phur i f to is ef wta ef. Nub". York Police Department's medal Answer: Te aea takes
o .honor, 1. p oo .r .Ph rapp" eedb oPover tl-h- t Tha 7%
w. liwM aet he holding mbrell or theI r e a
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Novak$ IS 6 S 010e4114w. nlmj w~-u.Th Police tcai and
A aftouat a eel taDepartment ara that even Q. When did Al Lopes leave the Danny a
-thotugh MU hIan was off duty active playing ranks to manage? "as i M an
9 e time the photo was -Saon- y Franase. PImI L bes N 5 Tet0, Ces Salll.,Tell. 197?
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SteWella-Pitched Games Vindi

SUdVie nt-Lot Stair Greenberg s Deals And F
.dt i "aa ind L. StaIt iBy wARRY GRAYSON case of Curly Wertz. Sure enough
.irst 1 dispatches it ldd, and Wets, who was flrtn-
y HOLLI NEW YORK. Sept. 18 (NKA)- ly convinced that he would *l
.:..-.. It is no secret hat HenAr y wys have to pay to see a Worldn
a kMOtwF* >r is"Where school a tl I IdtoGrednbdrg would not hea;ve Series, will now play in one.
Do* e the re'inL vino I heo waeethey ordo ws to e m h n contes t In Cleveland. When lDetroit finally gave
u they'll youte e nw -elm.e, a We It was said and written that the long-time Prince Hal got a
apd a 1.1 two igal i like to play you, but you're too the Indians would never win a telephone call from Greenberg,
Vez eat ht .tic power i toughs peuant under his stewardship
alte 1 rsltuf.& '. buI to, A HAR ROC TE ...nbrashyean It was pointed out that the "When that arm comes around,'
-_-ame--d--T .U- veral o. Sh..r2! A HARD ROCK TExAS naeA Cleveland farms under General the man said, "there will be a uni
Rich in o educa a th- lyde V. Lee and a young, ener Manger Greenberg's supervision form for you.
I*te- --ait an enrollsmentap get P e ce Coa staff shaped Co. in six sears had not produced ay- The baseball comebacks of the
roseb , ffo a rs ar tfoo artunesinto glitter one even remotely resembling a Ieampaign are Jo oleman of the
Save t b ta nt h or yeara a i wooden Indian, let along a ve Oriles and Newhouser.
S orofyai.m w olwte th.a. e y o erm line coach at Tulsa, one. Cleveland ha4 to have a sho"da-strict i '"!=. hmes pate for materOIstopand Greenberg saw ,some-
Picture in 6M a uiiv..slty manpower Sou a Hank Greenberg was panned Ithing in George Strickland that
without a football field, without SivgSa 0 for: acquiring haseens : an 4 such a shrewd appraiser as Bran
fa ties for track, mbaball .or teled esI inever-wassers. Rickey couldn't locate in Pitt -
aeUba-and with few real ath. Nparx ular attento But my how Hankus Pankus burgh. Strickland required back-
letes-and you have Hounston m- er country schools, call ig smarted up in the last six months. ing up and while Sam Dente had
barked on its maiden voy countless old optactfrom his Well-pitched *games In t h a t been around and spent last sea-
us years later v to high school and junior college brief period have transformed on in the American Association,
J toin Ce aMsI Va er- coaching days In Texas. the old home-run manufacturer e New Jersey, nandy man was
ence, the Cougars responded by Rarely did he land the top from a bum to a.hero. the answer. Westlake came from
winning the 1 football cham- schoolboy. But he corrledenoug The subsidiaries s u d d e n y the Pirates with right-hand pw-
pionsip, compiling an,1-2 season lads to compile a 327-2- record turned up Don Mossi and Ray er. Majeski is 37, but the dis-
recorda ah ?producing arn All since his installation as he ad Narleski, the remarkable relief tance wallop is still there.
menrica-in tackle J. D. Kimiel. coach In 19.* pitchers, and Al S arith. a therd a s
The school wth nowhere to play baseman who became an extraor. The Cieveiand farms art load-
i and nobody to play won Ot Mis- 'I knew before I ia me,~Lee dinary left fielder. ed as they say in pressure foot-
S, sourl Valley trophy for al-spott chuckles, "this was tWh a lop- ball, headed by the 20-year-old
Sa WrW domination in 1-53. .erin job. But I did know w Vic Wertz, Hal Newhouor and southpaw, Herb Score, who es-
i" l dnOWp .as Lb M ,. .ig. until I got here.a W h s h r Heinle majeski were tabbed as tablished a new American Asso.
S r i. ,FOOTBALL.DA BEN lSe weren't even permanent gh.a I used-tp-be's. George Strickland citation strikeout record with 330.
Red bellwether, despite the fae osts on the practice feld. 'tThe Sam Dente and Wally Westlake Greenberg brought on Al Lopez,
the top material generally winds' itself was just a clea~-Oif 1 .by B were "scrap material from the the old catcher, to straighten out
.. up in the Southwest Con fence. vacant lot!" National Lea ue dump." the Cleveland pitching, and no
As an added handicap, Ric is a STEPS UP Bobby ke, They considered Greenberg nuts one can say that he hasn't done a
S;I. .-crosstown neighbor. NOW WIf 5 BETTER athle is a ve pebka lightweight wh6n he gave the Orioles Bob outstanding job.
S-Athletic Director Harry Pouke, findings iway onto ou~tt's stepped into 'he big tme who Chakales, a young pitcher of con- So all of Greeberg's sins have
Iwho'I s .foutb to land topnotch op- 260-a e. campus with nrl islng he was matched with Danny Jo siderable promise, for Vic Wertz, been forgotten, including the l ~~ M
E U e ,1bi k o c oi ratovr er.a d r Perez in a national vtelwvised a slow and bad outfielder who trading of Minnie Minoso.
JOE- W ,A M S b cougars, eac a tceadng rsea- Cyde Le rates his 195,4 10-round match ew York's had quit hitting the long ball as The Indians finished second narily enough to win, th past
o squad the best yet. St. Nicholat Ar 'N~l a s nti well as the short one with 93, 93 and 92 victories, prdl- three al.-
ofEdn ad thled wh on of ta ming"blent Vtheea I ther lagter t a o- mad h e teams-, ageA. and for \Baylor en Glovo .. o1d-
PqtNEtAn) n Ittlhoaafe nt hf o n he It t rt saayb d ) But Greenberg, who as a com ThwHenr
of eF m ay Th e Whimsy weaOf ean's uII t oW () woe hW Sattract'good material was and Arkansas-and ioonbaanlwone hmoall cay aren a tonvertedhmseth
distafn ame'eae Neither lle Reynol t oott ranked Mississip I typify the ca r Ifirst baseman to an outfi elder to b,, ,IFr I errIeHI e f ba

year, We B have aB InternatIonal reS defeated the f iko of Arkansas, Conference member some day. E work the other ms'rudT h lalu mn E1 bls.
m ath, but th one horse above all others that sold D Tennessee, Baylor, Texas Tech, IsA New \D u t
wont. bert S. I CIai., onrf Never Say Die victor In t eaTulsa and kli homa A. and M. sNext: Mr. Co igar.
of.nan 's. Moat hwis tor t as, anA very. kely e tie be atp- __ __ __ ____ I._lleII
old I tie o nr, m .. wnte antsno ian tf barel wrio fin. dsn _r_ or ___________ _There, S_ __ go"
I lark win th America nea er k oi n cy eoeas a peo- OW0 RSNIVER Y, Miss., Sept. 18"- YORK Sept. 18 (tP) N R (UP)
teft -a wi thd r io Nwor eyo'd braises akea Former lightweight cthampion
test ag lan the ",petty tyrannies." of the e l (NEA-)-Bobby Mcl Kinney,. MIss Cheer up, Dodger tan. There Frank Ern,, 79, boxing's oldest
test ol aidst thce "petty tyrannies" of. the Jokey Club.t I UNIER-- Ty, Mie'inSept. 18-s- theem YOK Sept. T8 (UP) -in orme lgw h campion
I" ... s I e wsspp's center, f i nd As ing still is hop e. ex-champion, died yesterday
At the time the Interview was held, the Milwaukee Braves st ese Re b el ehmin Sept mber 17 of 1951, theBe hh idnH si tal
were only three games back in the losing col umnand dAn tone llthemselRes.e cdypte l of an e
adon h seonrontoffice) MKinney, a senior, started as and one-half games behind the crown July 1899, by outpoint I
obvious that manager Charley Grimm (or tTheB o an offensive tackle.-t' 195 but Dodgers, just as the Dodgers ing Kid La e at Buffalo, N.Y, hows: -
hadn't traded Antonnlli to the plants for Thomson, Bras ye was second.,string behind All-A- trail the Giants today. The and he lost it May 12, 1902, when 6:50 9:05 p.. t
f ed-pu ," said thave la e winning the r m "To begi wther we n ot Nre merica K ie Gilbert. Last ear Giants went on to win the pen- knocked out In the first round
and- no," said thbo affable master mind. To"b7%in ,A other .I' Ohbe switched to center and ound nant In a playoff. by Joe Gans at Ft. Erie, Ont.
little use out of Thomb on because he broke his ankle. Aothe By WARR N PAG' himself watching Ed Be a t t y What's more, the Giants were The white-haired, kindly old Ti FIRST OUAT MI
lthingWek 't ihe Start hittineo until Junerho sn that inEdit handle the job. eatt was the In worse shape than the Dodgers man had been falling in health .
woutlt hae w fore there oa stent One fot er hand be rer ft a %Los Angeles Rams' rat draft are now. The 1951 Giants trailed for three years, ue he injured
str etch he Wasat trohevOeni -On the other. a mucah I he a hotae h e of Mchoice. now ha the Dodgers by seven games in his spine when he fell off a bus
would h ave, Ifor a i improve p mine who started;hs son with McKnney now has body the loss column on this day. The as it rounded a corner. Most of
wiadmi ert 5 times e thee oh t hti yearI d have used at the age-ofel ht- In front 'f him a te --bt Dodgers today havi4 tonlyl five the tite he was unable to walkA--
ai The and now Pnly thre years, ater has trouble getting uso to. the more than the Glantsj, mo than a' fo* ttes.
S t s they shootsbetter and s more situation. So there's still hope. Erne who came tothe Unit
th, S Grimm as Manager caruy mannered in the field states from Zurich, Switzerland
01 of. enomsoI long Ibea etUamin, he rethan half the grown men who buy aas a boy, turned professional In
g.I n reiar for. 4aton il, as fat as'54 shells in theIe taL EQUALS -IARK CAMIE TO WIN 1894. During his career he had
. ago that the raves were 15 always thought this early 40 fights. He won 22, lost six
Sealst aa ran opel ly & doomed. Yet they start was exceptional, tha thjs Atlantic City -(NEA)--Sammy Baton Rouge (NEA) Win- and drew in 12. He knocked out
*. I ro a receful. I What lipremel ms lad had bigger muscles or' better Boulmetis equalled a six-year-old ton Turner, Louisiana State quar- nine, and was stopped three
trd- o I become panleky, or ordination than most, thaps a record when he rode five winners terback, has been hopefully given times, by Rube Ferns, Gans anm
e a a' o t e ost atle neninn greaer sense of siblity in one day at Atlantic City. the nickname, Win. Jimmy Britt-
ed he had traded off one of the win nngst pitcrs in the league. than otherkids hig, age and for
Grbm would get my Vo te as Manaer o .he T0 ear, i, no other a while I felt my shooting' friend
Season, than that =h llydeawopstrated tn Is't necessary pushing matter a bit.
to mike a n ainl l game in order to win. I tel But noyw Im not so sure. The
n a 8e~ iag Durocher lose more gaes than they apple of my own eye was intro- Qao
win tilering and tampering litup and duced to a cut-down 22 rimflre at _
baGr A is refreshing novelty. Onthat basis, to, developed more than a hand
na, be acclaimed shaking acqu aintance with it dur- Ing a moving target, and he hasn't
Ing the following year with ses- picked up a slew of preconcep-
Si men,. nluding one of the tracks top officials have been sons on the t-sto a hos to set him worrying about A
suspended on charges of feedinso strychnine and uCsing elecib l down cellar and a few goes th emati leads hnce he
bitterle to make horses run faster at h RuosoSwnI W Rae- outdoors on the club targets. He swings the gun and cuts looseI
ng is getting much too fatidious. Per pal. tanhe. Mn had progressed a lot faster than I had when instinct tells him things are
in wasimproving tho e breed. l owver, rwe do feel-and pa -exopected and I began to.see we'd riht. If he hasn't been fed a lot
sib ely w 1o Clprebn thwill reed.oHowvr, wea a joeyis-sS&n g .mw f fearsomp e tales about e W kicka i
batn c the ntu t-ahso eou damaeul. not w .the program, alone Yet I still held a dim view as and isn't started off with some oAhI ewt
and type of battery should also beMse forth. Conceivably, som ed. lThe gun wak ready, a Savage heels permanently as ow as mar hk-
aeneore effectiveta is. Ti s sosest tion can Model 2a0A in .410 gauge that ing to shoot is u oncerdiod he'lls,
a luab le eflec t t o the or. Toin h an icatpper. To pa had been abbreviated i the stock shortly be able to shoot a big gunnI
itvauae stofd Mhe rh andicappen o-e oomchopped back in the barrel without fear or self-consciousness.
-Afte coming through urk In Rut I wanted to go slw lest he Il never forget watching Bob-
his vacation fo hole a Mai.,rad Ge orgermeet shotgun recoil" too abruptly by Marzik .at a rrdship shoot
solitaire fell 14 feet. through a trap de or Ie a deicatslsen Ted and soe soured onlo hets, whole someing yea. ..rsbc Northan
the first day he was b in New York..3yo rful luferia n bruies thi wg lsl ah otisota tsnbarek A show packed witIs -o

it, he I hed laxtlyn g una bet l d 297w oe thew too much satpsfaetsou in seei an he was. ,'
last week. A reona80. T eoecasional clay smash into bits. There's something about aer

oft $0,0o0. If this las true, It seems likely he'll tryobg try to lrashed, or the fact that adoles- ability for his father or whatever

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luy Wynn's

2i2nd Victory

Wraps It Up

DMTROIT, Sept.1is (UP)-
Celeveland Indians today
"fdf the Detroit Tige 3-2 at
1rlggs Stadium behind the
Joint pitching of Early Wynn
4i0l Ray Narleski to clinch
ei third American League
f Wynn gained credit for his
12nd triumph as compared to
II losses although he had to
Ket relief help from Narleski
the bottom of the seventh.
Tiger ace Steve Gromek was
the loser.
The Indians scored all their
runs in the seventh on a two-
rui pinch homer by Dale
Mitchell followed by another
circuit blast by Jim Hegan. It
was the 107th win for the In-
dians this season and they are
mow three games behind the
record 110 victories scored by
the 1927 Yankees and still
have seven games to play.

New Method Found

For Testing

Jet Engine Noise
CHICAGO-(UP)--,.khigh inten-
sity sound chamber called a
"sound box" has been developed to
test the effects of jet and rocket
engines on electronic aircraft
Th chamber, built by scientists
at the Armour Research Founda-
tion of Illinois Institute of Tect-
nology here, is the size of a 'siX-
Inch cube.
Marvin B. Levine research en-
gineer, said the tremendous noidse
'produced in modern jet aircraft
makes it necessary to develop
sound-proof electronic components
In order to prevent failure of equip-
ment in a crisis.
The sound box was designed for
use in an Air Force research proj-
ot to imdove the reliability-of
aircraft pa s. The project, started
two years o, is under contract
with the Wight Air Development
Center near Dayton, Ohio.
The sound box permits produc-
tion of igh sound levels with only
a slight power input. It is an inex-1
pensivend convenient laboratory
eve, officials said.
ces a sound level of 150
100,000 times more in-
an boll'r factory noise an
S f*it to cause pain in the hu-
ear, they said. Sounds fed in-
eox are supplied by a noise
at, a device that makes a
Similar to that of jet engines
e cordings of actual jet
o uld be used but scientists
av d this is not necessary
t e .ce.

"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abreham InMoln.





-Employe Relitions

At Lowest Point,

DALLAS. Tex., Sept. 18 Re- 'The most, recent change.
lations between top administra- however, presented some differ-
tors in the Federal service and ences. Three 'was a much larger
employes "have deteriorated be- number ofa/ civilian employes
low any point within the past than at any previous change in
40 years.' it was declared by administration. There had been
Luther C. Steward, president of an IncessAnt drumlire of de-
the National Federation of Fed- iamatlon directed against Fed-
eral Employes. In his report to eral employes generally. The
the biennial convention of the derelictions of the few were at-
organization here. tributed to all. with a monu-
Steward added that "the sit- mental and continuing distor-
uation Is slowly Improving, but lion of facts, partly motivated
only when top level administra- by politics, partly by thought-
tors thoroughly comp rehend lesshess. and partly by malice.
that the team is the whole body "When the victorious party
of emploves and not a handful a umed control of the Federal
of recent political appointees Qovernment in January 1958, it
only when this elementary les- Had been out of power for twen-
son is learned, and not until ty years Top level political-ap-
then will be the best possible pointees practically all of whom
results be obtained as to quan were entering the Federal scene
tity and quality of production for the first time, arrived very
and service to the AmericaM generally Imbued with a low
public." opinion of Federal employes not
The N.F.F.E. executive assehtr nly as to competence but as to
ed t h a t "below Cabinet level integrity. Possibly through a
there has been a continuation of feeling of unsureness they or-
the most satisfatory an co- ganized at Cabinet level to de-I
operative relationship a we termine Administration policies,
believe that it is graually while at the same time Insult-
dawning on the Admini ration ing themselves against anya
that employes and emploe rep- Ideas which came from outsideI
resentatlves are a very neces- their own group.
sary part of the picture'
Steward told delegates to the "This top level state of mind
N.F.F.E. convention that while has tended to put employes at
there have been no. wholesale arm's length and it is unques-t
evidences of soils politics, con- tionablv a fact that relations be-
stant sniping been going on. tween administrators and em-4
The odor of to manipula- ployes have deteriorated belowI
tion has alw 'en present any point within the past forty
and there havY been enough years.
questionable rac caes such "Although the present Admin-
as the requiring." of political Istration has been widely her-
clearance for positions in the aided as a business Administra-
competitive service even down tion, few if any of its top level
to the position of laborer: and representatives seem to have
manipulation with the aid of made any attempt to translate,
supine individuals engaged in the best emnloyer-employe re-
personnel work." lations practices into the Fed-
These points were made by Ste- eral service. Deformation and
ward in analyzing personnel suspicion had done their work
conditions In the Federal serv- too well, so that the normal get-
ice. He said: ting acquainted, or discovering
"Since the lest convention (of by new political administrators
the N.F.F.E. ,in 1952) Federal that the great mass of civilian
employes h a;v been enduring Federal employes were compe-
the conditions that are attend- tent. loyal men and women, en-
ant upon a change in the con- gaged in carrying out their re-
trol of government f ro m one spective assignments without
political part# to another. ought of anything except per-

Girl Friend He Drowned Wife;

Murder Jury Doesn't Believe Him

A _WEL, ND, Ont., Sept. 18 (UP) said he fell out himself when Mrs. MacLean had learned her
.-aster Bruce MacLean the canoe upset and found him- husband had dated the pretty
Wkws ltplftted today of charges self in two feet of water, but teenager, and had "discussions"
he drowned his wife in an didn't realize the water was with him about it.
Atmerican Tragedy" slaying. deeper on her side. think you men can imagine
+ 'A4 -male jury decided the "I looked for her and push- the nature of those discussions,"
W -e old steelworker was not ed the canoe out of the way and he said.
i tgttyS_ his wife's death after turned it right side up," he MacLean had testified he told
&'eeb'ating for three hours. said. the "perfect murder" story to
S He:waA taken into custody im- "The more I felt about, the Miss Davies to scare her out of
immediately on a 'raud charge more sediment I stirred up, so suing him for the return of
blWught: by a former girl friend. I saw I couldn't do anything by money she had lent him.
T'he fury agreed with the de- myself." She said he was afraid if the
to* argument thl't MacLean's Forestell cited MacLean'sa ac- case went to court he might lost
-ye7ar-old wife, Betty, fell out quaintance with Miss Lynes as a custody of his infant son, Dou-
o t er canoe in an accident motive for the killing. He sand gla.
d.rin'an outing in August 1953. -
AhMerdlct meant they also
F lut0 his testimony that he
the story that he had
led "the perfect crime"
a girl with whom he had
beest-ping company.
C nAtty. T. F. Forestell in
aumtt g up told the jurors the
upasetg of Mactean's canoe in
Pkireek dutifti the August;
1953 outing was no accident. He
ad MacLean's own testimony
the most part confirmed that
or, Sylvia Davies St. Louis, who
10 d4actean told her he killed
bhI2Dyear-old wife.
o ieell hamo meed at the
S t )s. MacLean, who was
able"r tQ swim, was found with!
Wer pressed into the mud
o9 this"" k
:I th ntain you can only be-
Mate she was pressed into thea
mud fae down so there were no
bblesto come up." he said.
eense attorney David Brooks
a In bb final argument
ht Mrs. Maean fell out of
Gomm accidentally. He said
fei e meecution's entire case
on the testimony of Mrs.
Louis and 18-year-old Mari-
VALynes, and that the younger,
story was .neurotic bab-
r JBt. Loulie testimony, he'
the story of a woman'
S been seorned "in a very
Louis. and Miss Lynes
earlier that MacLean
he deliberately unset
and swam about while
drowned in 15 feet of
tly six feet from shore. Y
testified Thursday YUMtY- i 4i ta Casebmr Polw woil
wife Fell out of the eadsIen i'ew Taf CtHcurRif
he asked her to push Igg. iig ,
awa-ry =m a cement' wa"m il l m touludoIb
5NUboo nonsshore.'H e I

Red Gualemalan

Exiles Warned They

Must Earn ving

BUENOS AIRES, Sept. 18 -
(UP)- Pro-Communist exiles
from Guatemala were warned
officially tpday that they must
work for a living, refrain from
political activities which may
disturb good Argentina-Guate-
malan relations, and otherwise
obey Argentine laws.
Four Argentine government
transport planes arrived from
Guatemala bringing about 100
Guatemalan refugees. including
two prominent Communist lead-
ers, whom Argentina granted
diplomatic haven following the
overthrow of pro-Communist
Guatemalan President Jacobo
Arbenz last June.
A fifth plane made a, forced
landing at Villa Reynolds, San
Luis Province, due to motor
trouble, and was expected here
later tonight.
Among the arrival was Victor
M a n u el Gutierrez, fanatical
Communist who, .as secretary
general of the Guatemalan Gen-
eral Labor Confederation
GGTG) controlled 120,000 work-
ers through 500 Communist-led
With Gutierres came Carlos
Manuel Pellecer, former Com-
munist lerlier in the Guate-
malan Congress. He was said to
have been responsible for send-
ing 20 leading European Com-
munists to Guatemala, at the
expense of the International
Refugee Organization, when he
was Guaemalan Consul General
in France.

Dior Tries Hard

But Cao' Change

lane Russell

PARIS, Sept. 18 (UP) Paris
fashion designer Christian Dior's
new "flat-chested look" met its
biggest challenge last night,
omy American movie ac-
trts Jane Russell walked into
Dior's famous salon to prove to
the French fashion czar that
"If a woman's got it you can't
do anything to suppress it."
Miss Russell proved her point
to the satisfaction of a Jury of
newimn and photographers.
Shae queeaed into one of
or'a "OWnne Lon It was a
black i eL designed to unbos-
omnie M=s RueIels 38-inch bust
and ve. her the flat look Dior
said I "fashionable" this sea-
"Do not worry," a Dior aide
proved "Miss Russell presents
us th no problems we cannot
But there were "Ooh-la-la's"
and murmurs of "Mal. c'est for-
midable" (Bat that Is quite a
challenge) when Miss Russel
trode Ito the salon.
And after a 30-manute fitting
measo behid locled doors. she
em with perspiring fitters
M, ss RuselU has in a
"m wai t sMhe ike hald--bor

wshn to enter mo an Inuissolu-
ble partnership with Social Se-
curlty, with the amount of de-
duction n the future undeter-
ined; or do they wish to con-
tnue the Federal Civil Service
Retirement system as an inde-
pendent entity and improve it
without any connection with
any other system-?"
Steward reported to the con-
vention on the nation-wide
Truth Campaign being carried
on intensively by the National
Federation of Federal Employs
to acquaint the-public with the
facts about Federal. employes,
duties they perform, the serv t.
they render, and their condi-
tions of employment. He said
that progress Is being made but
that much yet remains to be
done because Federal employes
in the recent past "served as the
whipping boy in an unprece-
dented campaign of calumny
which has left deepscars on the
Steward's report was deliver-
ed following exercises opening
the N.F.F..'s biennial conven-
tion, held at the Baker Hotel.

B r oodust NLvA



New commander, of the Sev-
enth Fleet is Admiral Alfred M.
Pride, a well-decorate veteran
ofthe Pacifil in WorI War I
and former head of the Bureau
of Aeronautics. He s a quiet,
soft-spoken man of sound Judg-
ment, not one to make a mis-
take In any emergency which
mlght develop around Formosa.
T-he basic mission of the Sev-
en Fleeta isto protect Ameri-
can nerests in the, Far Enst
and caryout America's defense
agreementith the Philippines,
Japan and Afstalia.
At the start oer the Korean
War, former Presi Truman
ordered the fleet to 'Iallze"
the waters around
President Eisenhower amend
this to give the Nationalists pqr-
mission to make any strikes a-x
against the mainland, with the

New Panama-Bogota Flights

To Be Inaugurated Friday
Four-motor direct flights be-1939 had borne fruit In the
tween Panama an4 Bogota, Co- steady expansion of the airline.
lombia, will be inaugurated next Today Avianca operates to
Friday by Avianeh (Aerovlae&N'a- Quito, Caracas, Kingston, Ber-
clonales de Colombia) with! ew mudsa, the Azores, Llsbon, Ma.
DC-4 planes which carry 55 pas- drid, Paris, Hamburg and Frank-
stegers according to Jorge saa' furt. It administers the Colom-
vedra, the airline's special rep- blan airmail for the government
resentative here. rnd owns 18 principal airports
The Inaugural flight will bring and 24 secondary airports in C6O-
a group of Colomblans to Pab_ ombia alone.
ama, headed by the President of The airline is the oldest In
Avianca, Gregor A. Qb n the Americas and will celebrate
and Mrs. Obregon, iho *l f- Its $5th anniversary this Decem-
ter a gala reception that evening ber having been initiated in 1919
in El Panama in honor of Pres- by German and Colombian In-
ident and Mrs. RemosL. terests. From Its modest begin-
The visitors will spend the ning with only one Junker air-
weekend on the Isthmus, leav-iplane it has grown until today
Ing Monday for Bogota. During tR numbers 59 planes in its air-
their stay they will visit the Ml- fleet 4 Super-Constellations,
raflores locks on Saturday ant-i Constellation, 12 DC-4's, 24
be the guestseof the Panama Na- DC-8's, 13 C-47's, and five C-40's.
$lonal Tourist Commlsslon Sun-lits personnel meanwhile has ex-
at Taboa IWlar.Tey also panded to 5,000 employes.
Will*try t hie k d iy In- addition to Mrs. Obregon,
flahing Panama' anous : he group will include thefol-
fSame waters. lowing prominent Colombians:
The new DC-4 flight which is t. Col. Alberto Rula Novoa,
called "El Panamefo" in honor optroller of the Republic of
of Avlanca's Isthmlan passen- Colombia and Mrs. Rutz, Gabriel
gers, will operate four times Herandez and Mrs Hernandes
weekly Mondly Wednesday, Dr. Silvio Villegas, director of
Friday and aturday, leaving 'La Republica," and Representa-
'gtat 8:30 am., Medelin l 5 to the Colombian Constltu-
1 a.=. and arrtvtn* at Tocumen ttogal Assembly and Mrs. Ville-
at 11:40 an. to return to Rogo- ;;; Dr Jes u 5a Marulan.
ta the same day eavtg Panamaa ., Director t Avlazna Mrp
ne.w darulanda and Mrsn. Nohra
a newt foUm-t nts'l avarrtia-de Marulanda; Dr.
mark another Ste1 Avy 's John Uribe Botero, Director of
service to the thmus which viaca, and Mrs. re; t.
baOn on Aprf i3, 19a, when Gonzalo Mejia, aped repreen-
ht Hebrt y, he1W iotof ative -f the Awvanea Preseklnt
the line (then. caled ta) n Me.'Ulin; Dr. oraque santee
flw a single-motored Junkers (astllo, Editor of "1 Tiempe "
Stro Barraniu to Mrs. Santa; ar. Fern
Cris and Panama, so Hee Vi-Preal-
rating weeklFy betwrenI ie. of Finane VAvanca and
the two countriMI. U7 tnale I Larr uor s Or; Miguel Pom-
world coandiUlS iB 1 ei e1to, General of
the line to redstri t s Iatm&a-,VTlv -&Wane i and
tional operaos hich in ded isb teom anger ofN
-the C mb am. r.ote, EM tV iT.M1A Ag!eny ld
re-opened nWARb Ii who l will Snw t

nwnjm s s^i^ ^

the Chinese Communtu at-
tempt an Invasion of ormsa,
ai they threten. it wl proba-
bly be the blooadet navj en
gagiement. in hbtory.
bloody for the nem,. hat .
Because the U & Seveh Ieet
which Is potecting the rait of
aFormoA is one of the Most alert
and most powerful peacetime
fighting forces Uncle Sam as
ever maintained on the sea.
The only possible hop. of.suc-
cess for Red leaders Ia such a
venture would be to employ their
favorite tactic of sacriflong un-
limited numbers of men to gain
an objective.
Their gamble would be trying
to get enough men through the
deadly hail of everything tOe
Seventh Fleet can delive-tro
atomic bombs to massed machine
gun fire-to establish a beach
head against the U.9.-trained
forces o Chiang Kal-shek.
Recanamssance by planes of
the seventh Fleet, and other
intelligene- information, indi-
cates the Chinese Red have
massed an impressive invasion
armada of Junks, sampans and
other small craft on the main-
land coast.
Most of thep are wooden ves-
sels add have only make-shift
armams t They range from
small boats which might carry
four or five men to big junks
which can. hold up to 200 sol-
The exact size and ;deploy-
ment of the Seventh Fleet ar-
rayed against this Jun Gleet is
a secret. But sWme ly close
estimates can be made of its
minimum size. Four large car-
riers-the Boxer, Philippine Sea,
Hornet and Yorktown-are the
vital striking force of the fleet,
although one or two are perio-
dically out of the Formosa area.
The launch Jets and prop
planes which fire rockets, mis-
siles, cannons and can drop A-
The normal force supporting
four carriers is four'.or five
heavy cruisers, 16 to 24 destroy-
ers and a varying assortment, of
smaller escort craft, mtWe lay-

"We'd use all of ourgune adl -
probably even fire mortars, Rven
the guns of the mine' sweeps
woul be fired. 7We'd rain the
wooden boats and set-them aea
ire with incendiary ammulW-
S would be unbelemble
daughter. The planes ftom the
alone. One would be fighting off
the MIGs which would probably
attack us. The' other would be
bombing and strafing the inva-
oan. 7THTAM N BOSS is Admiral
Ren Reds manr t'- to
seta forciF' h that. of

defense and boecn ne
on Formosa, ttae _sb cota
continue to bom em
forces and keep them 1eDL
ting apples. gh
The Navy says the (liness A o
Reds have no submaries, but Ceh
that the Russlans do have about e
100 undersea craft orating -t
the area. If the -Caas .
their subs in this effort theOeSA
enth Fleet would be hurt.
has extensive antisub wea
The distance across the trait
is about 95 miles, a lon trip for
an exposed, slow invasion arma- i rM
da. It could be launched from
anywhere on a 500-mile strip on
the mainland._
Navy experts are skeptical
that the action would be worth' ,
the use of an A-bomb. But
numbers of them would be a- RBV'INVADERS would have
available in an emergency. I to ~"S -mile Formesa Strait.
One Navy expert says:
"Communist Chinese soldiers
might be tough as hell in the 3 l Ifl
Jungle or -in the mountains of
Korea but the minute they get
into water over six feet they are
over their head both literally lPp For Pwo mg
and figuratively. 'Tyhe My' d i 1d .
that out a-t uthey W tw I- (AGO-(UP) -CtlUes with
vaslon of Formosa." -. Me'- an 50,000 population ex.
Sanded their parking areas in 195
A ut failed to keep ace with the
AgeIs Bt y Head in autom st study

is ROn fd But iti f a to 50b 00
populaton fared They had

Mestr cais he not only s the
world's oldest Rotary presi-
t but also one of the oldest
9 cle riders I knowo L"
e 84-yes-ld Meister recently
was elected president o the Yea-
kau Rotry group f sr tbe second
time. H first serv resident
in 1-.
"Hank." as hbe is called by bi
friends, a owner-editor the
Yea ium Daily Times until hs re-
tirement as president of the South
Texas Press Assoeeitioa. He stfl
attends conventions of the rop.
He _kees I~ shape by r it a

1,00 -vehcles, compared w 4
space per & ,= the year -bWere
The study was made by the In-
terbational tCty, Mnm Ass
clation, which gather informs-
1.oB traffic and parking from

The four cities with the greatest
number of parking spaces 1, per 000
vehicles were Miaaileef Fla.,
with N; Roeeville, Mish.. 3m;
aker Heights, O0., 3m, and Attle
bore, Mkch, 3L
Of the M reporting ties, 554
own or opeate one or uere off-
street pera 4g leth. bheir total was
IS sMa. a verage4 three per
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forming the Job well, has been bill, which had been passed
seriously retarded. overwhelmingly by Congress.
"The situation is slowly, im- "The biggest losers as a re-
proving, but only when top level uit of this action," Steward de-
administrators thoroughly borm- lared, "will be the Government
prehend that the team Is the and people of the United States,
whole body of employes and not because the excessive and heayl-
a handful of repent polltlerap-ly castly turnover in the Feder-
pointees ony when .t le al servicee will continue
mentary lesson is ler = nd "Tlhe National Federation of
not until then wll Federal mployes must go for-
possible results be obtained as to wd, immediately, upon the
quantity and quality of produc- task of securing remedial ac-
tion and service to the American tion as early as possible in the
public. nnext seslop- of Congress."
"While there have bern'no He said that passage of the
wholesale evidences i pol1s un em ployment compensation.
politics constant sniing Insurance, add fringe benefits
been going on. The odor of poll. laws were Important and con-
tical manipulation has always structlve actions; but he empha-
been present and there have sized they are "in no sense a
been enough questionable prac- substitute for adequate compen-
tices such as requiring clear- station "
once for in -the om-
petitive sf. even doi n to e steward called attention on
te position labdrer; and the fact that the Committe on
manipulation wI .the aid of Retirement Policy for Fedraf
some supine individ f engaged Personnel, the so-called Kaplan
in personnel work. Committee, had submitted a re-
S"elow Cabinet level t e has port to Congress recommending
been a continuation of aL ost what it terms "supplementa-
satisfactory andl ooperative tion" of the Civil Service Retire-
latlonship. and we beleve.tha- meant System with the Old Age
It is gradually dawning on the .d urvlvors system and a dis-
Administration that employes br io of the em loyes' er
and employee representatives are cen contribution between the
a very.necessary part of the pic- two s8y1m.
ture." Before.tempting to discuss
Discussing legislation. Ste- any detail, Steward said, "our
ward deplored the action of the members are confronted with
President in vetoing the pay the basic d ecson -do they

.%IT. '. I .
SOMEWHERE OFF FORMSA, -units i. bpuwrful U.S. Sev-
enth Fleet refuel.i patroFar 8 here are
the large. carrier 1 e Sea, 0 te.jet^, and
the destroyer MAba Cho= .
U.S. Na con dnt
the islanag
Officers who hT
staff of the Seventh Fleet re-
cently and have participated In
the Formosa patrols have formu-
lated a pretty od picture At f
* t pe Of actIe that would
tike place "when those thour-
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L b"utiat by Roqo Ares an uidew sW oon-
tat. DetoUt4 Mu ey had been tr ulllguro m
sudpeeted of atg oo00Mattted several fur-robbei.
et ottve MJrsMy h4d mad e wl4 contact Dotec-
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is. ator MI and a way to et in tough with yeou,"
ad b DetewAve Mrray's pating words,
ODetoUtve $4a Mlled as e dwod4d th printed
words "Ohytutky, MWrry didn't weat Roseoe to
hew tahe ma p~," he thought to Maf. "Wel,
To19 miSP ". 1 uftratd ao.v..
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A Ripping Gad TrMck
tim guet drop t, pI ve .v you are
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shion and auk acO and IM tr It In two. It
wll be' too tough for them. The comes your mo-
meat of glory. Wseor attempting thea trials, milsten
y9urW ngeft with wWte, rl.. .rub Meww along the
Twist at 0he ,cont of the ipWi

will be tighteAng the wt) ad pull. The
noIatwed set-oS wll b Wtened sad you should
haSv no trouble separating the uapild.


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to wall as shown above; insert
ball of cord w th too" esd
through funma l Stem. Keep a pair
of scisors or a knife nearby.

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YOUNOTRB can have a lot
of fun with this gains.
Thread a piee of string through
a life nar andy. A gl takes
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I .Zi TR4SSWORD Wit Wi roia the Fi6/e

1-In how t come
)udMixt f Ba o cei
(Rev. 18:10)
4-*Placa of sacritee.
-Oavide fnirtborn (2 Uam. 3:2)
IS--osar fabric.

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70--New: comb. form.
72-Woody plamta
73-Piirt~o fisluh

1-One of the towns built by the
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St.wahead8 at speed* several times that of sound. Rocket motor powers it.

.MISS GERMANY, Regina Ernst, waves goodby to friends
-seeing her off at New York's Idlewild airport, but photog-
raphers wouldn't let her go until she made traditional pose.

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cattle, and converted it into neighborhood pool tr kidL

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. the Canyon de Chelly in Arizona. Its jagged formations tower in the air
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Crew-cuts. The boys hit it big with their recording of "Sh-Boom," which topped
seller lists, and appeared with radio and television headliners. Thb popular singer
"Maugeri, Pat B4rret, Ray and Johnnie Perkins-rtet more than a decade ago in !
Onht, at a cholr ,chdol, separated later and then teamed up, this Unft as vocal grou
success began with an automobile trip to Cleveland in a blinding snowstorm.
remember that trip. Every few miles they had to scrape off the windshield of the ca
had no defrosting system. Wheat they got to Cleveland, a local disc Jockey took a
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0 FORMER MUSIDENT TRIMAN get uinte t pea.
tical fight Friday with a etter attacking the Re.
pubZlZea Party and condemn t last Ceagres.
Secretary of State DallUe is flew hme aftr e-r
Ing with BIttsb Forelia Secretary Eden. that W t
Germany must be-rearmed seen.
Steelworaer Brace MacLean was acquitted Il Webl
land, Out., of the death of his young wife.
Former President Truman returned to the political
wrs... by mail.
Barred irom active campaigning by his doctors, Mr.
Truman wrote a letter blasting tne 83rd Congress as
the worst in history... calling it a "do-wrong, give-
away" body. A Democratic victory In November -
said Mr. Truman would give President Elsenhower
a Democratic Congress to protect him from what Mr.
Truman called the "misdeeds" of the Republicans.
His letter was addressed to Democratic National
Chairman Stephen Mitchell. conducting a two-day
party conference in Indianapolis.
Said Mr. Truman: "President Eisenhower should be
sBcretly wishing for a Democratic Congress." "
The letter reflected his apparent robust health...
three months after a major gall bladder operation.
For the first time in those three months, Mr. Truman
met newsmen in Kansas City to make public th9 let-
-ie appeared ruady and said he is only two pounds
under what he weighed when he entered the hospital.
HIe had planned an in-person campaign for the Dem-
ocrats. But, he said, the doctor said no.
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On the Republican side, Vice President Nixon says
that during the Truman administration the West
"lost 600-million people to Communism."
Aixon making a midwest campaign tour spoke
at Nevada, Mo. He praised President Eisenhower and
said the President has "lived up to his promises."
Sen. Ralph Flanders has made another attack on
Sen. McCarthy.
The Vermont Republican accused McCarthy of wag-
ng, a deliberate campaign to discredit and degrade
senators who criticize him.
'landers made the charge in a letter to Sen. Arthur
Watkins, head of the committee that considered cen-
sure charges against McCarthy.
Secretary of State Dulles returned home after a
Wiirlwinti mission to Europe.
Mr. Dulles wound up talks in Bonn yesterday morn-
ing... flew to London for a meeting with Prime Min-
Ister Churchill and British Foreign Secretary Anthony
Eden... and then flew back across the Atlantic.
Behind him, Dulles left three-day agreement on re-
armament of a sovereign West Germany. He and West
German Chancellor Adenauer called for that to be ac-
complished "with all speed."
And Britain then for the first time added its
agreement to rearm West Germany "on a basis of full
equality" with other Western nations. Dulles gave lull
support to Eden's proposal for a nine-nation meeting
later this month to discuss European defense.
Both laid blame for failure of the EDC army plan
on the French assembly. And despite French com-
plaints of a snub by Dulles the State Department
chief declined to change his itinerary and started back
without visiting France.
Another border incident has occurred, involving A-
merican troops on a routine patrol near the Czech
U.S. Army headquarters in Heidelberg, Germany,
says two members of an Amnerican patrol "presuma-
bly" were captured by Czech border guards.
A spokesman for the Army says the two soldiers -
members of a Seventh Army unit were taken by
surprise by the czech guards well inside the United
States zone border.
This was the third incident in eight days involv-
ing American troops near the Czech border.
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The Chinese Reds say they are pulling some of their
r.:n_ out of North Korea.
Radio Peiping says 54-hundred Red troops have be-
gun leaving Korea the vanguard of some seven di-
visions. And a Red Chinese general says' the.en ire
Chinese people. army will be us:d to "liberate" For-
c osa.
Tih Arabs states asked the .West for help to
c.c down on Israel.
'ie Arab diplomatic envoys to London handed a
joint statement to the British Foreign Office. It ac-
cassed Israel of trying to keep the Arab states weak
&no poor. And it asked the West for military and
economicc aid an durgent measures to keep Israel from
what the Arabs called "any further aggression."
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A scou.masLer in Welland, Oft., was acquitted on
charges he drowned his wife in an "American trag-
C;Y' slaying.
.in all-male jury decided that,,23-year-old Bruce
MacLean was innocent of his Wife's de4th. The jury
ceiiberated for three hours before bringing in the ver-
oict. The jury agreed with the defense argument that
MacLean's 20-year-old wife, Betty, fell out of their
canoe in an accident during an outing in August. 1953.
The verdict also means that the jury accepted Mac-
L..n's testimony' that he made up the story that he
hlnd committee '"the perfect crime." "1 _
3ut MacLean was taken into cutody immediately
or a fraud charge brought by a former girl friend.
'~ne case had been compared to the Theodore Drel-
se- novel, "An American Tragedy," in which a man
killed his sweetheart in order to marry a rich girl.
A radio and TV star has won back his flying license
In a-test flight from the Teterboro. N.J.. airport -
the same airport where he wau charged with "buzz-
lr-' a control tower last January.
'rthur Godfrey was reinstated for flying after he
ra".ed an 80-minute "checkout" flight with a member
et the Civil Aeronautits Authorty. The*re~d-haired en.
tertainer told newsmen -- "It- felt real good, flying
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Pinlue Ath lecs ater tor a
cam$ in The second r p iaor'nd upitl .F
in the etbowth bft fnay a8 or the or or
nati Ntg'b.
The chm ian rp a brl ia ane sad
on his lenan d as r
The ot was twice tastped wh account of rai
on mday and nd nights.
H6ctor Lpet, of Col6n. r. P., was bought te.
Philadelphia Athletics after completing a
season with the Ottawa A's. Lpew who alternated aer
third base and shaborttop with a wound upt -
Campaign with a .20 batti n aVage.
The five foot nine Inch anm an was
in the elbow last Sunday as he back to firsco.
on a pick-off play.
He reported to the Athletics with his elbow swollen-
twice Its normal sie, and Immediately was placed la
the care of team physician Dr. Ilarion Gopadz.
The Athletics M L6pes wld stay withothe
the team for the rest of season. with all hopes
that the Injured arm wauld heal Ta time to per-
mit him to piay mome games before the last day,
Out at Juan Franco, the veteran Amorlo raced te a
thrilling victory over speed king Alormina in the tes-'
tured $1000 seven furlong dash for Class "A" horses.
Amnrio received a perfect ride from Bias Aguirrb
and returned $7 per win ducat although he was the
second choice in the mutuels.
Manuel Rail Arias and Cipriano Paz Rodrigues wbn
first honors to the first and second flights, respective-
ly of the XVII Easo Annaul Golf Tournament.
Nene Arias won from Faurice Muller and C. Pas
Rodriguez from Unrique de sla Ossa, b ot h matches
scheduled for 26 holes.
In the Consolation flight, Ral .Arango won from
Freddie Gerhardt in the first flight M. F. Banks from
Leonard Hale In the 2nd.
Medalist honors went to Roberto Torres and Dr.
Henry Grant.
All prizes will be presented to the winners, runners
up and medalifts in a special dance for the purpose
at the end of this month.,
Two new major league baseball managers have dif-l
ferent ideas on how to re-build for 1955.
Marty Marion, who replaced Paul Richards as man-
ager of the Chicago White Sox Tuesday, says he plans
plenty of off-season trading. Richards, the new gen-
eral manager and field manager for Baltimore, will
Marion says "We're going to play out the season
and try to win every game. 'hen we will sit down and
see what we think about next year." The former man-
ager of the St. Louis Cardinals and Browns adds -
"I think general manager Frank Lane might have
some ideas about trading,, too."
Richards says the Orioles will rebuild by trading or
digging into the minors. "But." adds Richards. "we're
going to try to establish our own farm system and re-
build a few players of our own."
Several Orioles resent the way manager Dykes was
'fired. One player says Dykes should hase been called
into the front office and told the pews. Another 0-
'riole feels the team should have waited until after the
season. Third baseman Vern Stephens says Dykes was
a good manager but didn't have the material.
A minor league manager als' has got the sack for
losing... Jerry Priddy of Seattle. General manager
Dewey Sorlano. in a frank statement, says the former
Detroit Tiger infielder didn't get the Ralniers as high
in the standings as expected. They finished fifth in
the Pacific Coast Leagge.
Priddy is taking the news gracefully. J er r y says,
"I'm sorry I couldn't return. I'm sure I would have
been abetter manager next year."
An official of the Athletics took a second look at his
ball club and again voiced a hope he can keep the
team in Philadelphia.
: Executive vice president Roy Mack says there have
been no changes regarding outside offers to buy the
team. ."Some local offers still are in' the picture,." says
Mack, "and I'm still trying to get help to keep the
team here."
Owner Alfred Vanderbilt's "Social Outcast" set a
new track record Wednesday while winning the $58,-
000 Rhode.Island Special it Lincoln Downs.
Ridden by Ovie Seurlock. Social Outcast stepped the
mile and one quarter distance in two minutes, six and'
one fif;h seconds to lower the old mark of two-oh-.
seven-three. 'Crash Dive" ran second with 'PunkinW
Vine" third;
At Atlantic City "Brush Burn" won the $25,000 A-
merican Bred Stakes. beating Closed Door" and'
Cu Clare." The co-featured Foreign Bred Stakes
was taken by "Iceberg The Second" with "Royal Vale"
second and "Blood Test" third.
"Blcarb" led the way in the $15,000 Requested Han-
dicap at Aoueduct, New York. "South point" ran sec-
ond with "Find" another Vanderbilt horse third.
From England. comes word, that Sir Gordon Rich-
ards will not act as a steward' for the international
stakes race at Laurel, Maryland No3. f.
Richards, who re from ri ing an summer after
an accident, says he still does not feel strong enough
to make the trip to this country.
o --
Little Bob Toski tops all golfers by a large margin
in money won so far this year.
Latest .g1ures from t Pe professional Golf Associa-
tion show Teook has earned some 200. In second.
place is Jack Burke. Who has won $19.500 as of Sept.
10 Jerry Barber Is third with some $17,300.
The 1956 PGA tourney will start J 30 at the Mea-
r dowbrook CouItry Cb in No1rtvlP;. For the first
te In OA history, the ta will be the
de.. cm pi2on Melvin -CMhick" ft. the Mea-
dw o pro. was the winner of the 134 tilE

TlE Me. PILE-To the right of Webster's una.. .
dictionary lies a stack of publications print in .-
development of tke Internal Revenue Code of ICGSC ,nd
the last 10 copies of the Congressional Record. Thecy
are examples of the large amount of me.teri- t:e
Government Printing OLfic in Washingtcn, D.f., hrd
to put out in the last session of Cc.:

OPEN WIDE-No., Dr. 0. H. Keown .isn't t%'in. -o
get some confidential Information from this liprse.
He's Just demonstrating toe jcs of a speculum, a de-
vieE'-or holding the horse's mouth open for throat.
toa w and tooth tansiItlan. It was one of the new
ltims shown at' a vetertirlats' conveilerr ir Seat-
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HOTEL LAUNCHING What appears to be the
launching of an .old-time river boat is actually the
christening of the Showboat Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Squires, oldest resident of the
resort, are shown preparing to sma s h a bottle of
champagne at the opening. The facade of the hotel,
which is a replica of a Mississippi River ateamboat.
just out into a large swimming pool.-

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water bone 99-School 3-Posterior 4&-FIsh meter
S(Bib.) ST-systeni of portion delicacy (Pros.)
l-Slenmtee of whales 4-Shrub 50-Corpse 96-Chinese
a..1 l-tLyerot weights 100-Enclose 5-Culet 51-Imperial wax
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S- -Flor 44 -Of a 10T-Palm song 632-Positive fruits
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diry "-Bld Mdalem 12-Shoal 65-Number 1014-Encour.
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5-Seed coat 79-Passago 124-Condition to* 72-A pigment digs
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S- --Meat to 84-Dredge 128-Heroic Egyptians 7-Chic ore
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41--Golden electing 130-Import 25-Hire 78-Fowl 115-Bark.
apple starash 131-Permle. 28-Flank 80-Still cloth
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Scqlyx ease use wind 88-Baby* of
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'Is there anybody there?' said the Trav
Knocking on the ihoonlit door;
And his horse In the silence champed
Of the forest's ferny floor:
And a bird flew up out of the turrret,
Above the Traveller's head:
And the smote upon the door again a a
'Is there anybody there?' he said.
But no one descended to the Traveller;
No head from the leaf-fringed sill
Leaned over and looked into his grey e
Where he stood perplexed and still.
But only a host of phantom listeners
That dwelt in the lone house then
Stood listening in the quiet of the moo
To that voice from the world of men:
Stood thronging the faint moonbeams
That goes aown to the empty hall.
Hearkening in an.air stirred and shake;
By the lonely Traveller's call.
And he felt in his heart their strange
Their stillness answering his cry,
While his horse moved, cropping the d
'Neath the starred and leafy sky;
For he suddenly smote on the door, eve
Louder, and lifted his head:-
'Tell them 4 came, and no one answer
That r kept my word,' he said.
Never the least stir made the listeners,
Through every word he spake
Fell echoing through the shadowiness o
From the one man left awake:
Ay, they heard hil loot upon the stirru
And the sound of Iron on stone,
And how the silence surged softly back
When the plunging hoofs were gone,
In sea-cold Lyonesse.
When the Sabbath eve shafts dc
On the rooft, walls, belfries
Of the foundered town,
Th Nerelds pluck their U
Where the green transiucency
And with.-moti"les eyes at ga
Make minstrely In, the streets.
And the:ocean water 1tirs
In salt-warn casemate and porec
-Plies the-blunt-anOuted a*sh
With, fe -Itn his skull for torch
And" be ringing wires :rep nd;
And thM pearthly lovely,-wep.
In laeae-of tthe muslp thel m
In the sullen courts of sBl :
Whose marble flowers bloo 1o0
And-lapped' by the m6bn-guil
'Mock their Carver with heart of
Caged in his stone-ribbed side.

That shining mopn-watched by that
Sure ,now am I, beyond the fear of ch
The lovely in life" Is the familiar.
And only the lovelier for continuing st
I watched, upon a vase's rim,
An *aWig*-strayed from honey<
Circling a tre k once strange to
But now known far too wel
With vexed.antennae, searching
Ar;2 g -rpe to left and rig]
iorf o = 1llOn-Ite pressed ap
Out of. and.loo, sight.
In circamambialaton drear,
He neither wavered, paused nor
But now kind Providence drew
A slip .of wood I laid
Across his track. He scaled Its ek
And soon was -safely restored to
A sappy. dow-bright, flowering
Of dahboas greened the air.
Ay. and as apt may be my fatel
8millng. I turned to work again
But shivered, where in shade I
And idle did remain.
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AmericAn war correspond to and a y wJ merchant sea captain In di g
after their release by the Rs Left to e w Donald Dizon, Roh md Ap ,ande "
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on the dark stair, Per. ns Merry Go Rou
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ess, WASHINGTOIJ -q It looks as if General. Marraso "I iOW very So, finally Civil Defe got to.
this column owe an apology to well tht if we follow our present Battle Creek.
ark turf. Adnt. Robert B. Carney, chief of system, wp will et no more planes
naval operations and No. I naval from-the United States.'" ANTI-McCARTRYI
en man of the U.S.A. Last week I re.
ported that Admiral Carney had BOGGED DOWN IN BALTIMORE There is one senator not likely
d. buttonholed Italila Defense Min. to vote for McCarty f and when
sister Pacciardi while in Rome and It's lucky the Kremlin didn't the Senate roltis caUed on censur-
urged him to cut down on the choose to drop an A-bomb as the ing the gentleman front Wiseensi
Italian air force in favor of the I Civil Defense Administration was He is Sen. Dsuns Chavez, Demo-
)f the still house navy. moving frtm Washington to Battle, crat, of New Mexico.
Carrying the U. S. Navy's old Creek, Mach. The bomb would have r
up, feud with the U..S. Air Force to found part of Civil Defense desks, Last year Republiqais were de-
foreign shores despite the Unifica- typewriters, papers and other red termined to oust"Chavez *om the
ward, tion Act, Admiral Carney had tape pot in transit, but cluttering Senate on tUe ground of v ing ir.
urged the Italian defense minister up a Baltimore warehouse where regularities t the time ofleeton.
to set up a naval air detachment they were unloaded, crater, reload- During their height-o tlid W probe,
separate from the ItalNas air'force. ed, during the period of ohe week. McCarthy, who ha- an ofe acres
In writing this columnhowever, the hall from Chavez, ndr ped in
I seem to have done ma uninten- What happened was that one to see film. *
tional injustice to AdmiraKCarney. government agency, the Interstate "Don't w M C" MeCarthy con.
I underestimated his persistency. Commrert Commasason, stop sed... th* 'fr-lekilng For I now discover that, not con- another government agency, Civil American senator from Nw Me -
wn tent with cal ling uponA te Italian defense en the highway, and told o 'If no me else votes for you,
defense minister, Admiral Carney them they couldn't pack their ll" "
carried his feud with the air force equipment the wayethey had. Is But when the roll was called,
beats. on to the Italian army ihief of fact, the ICC told CDA it Wa s McCfarth w found lned up
s staff, Gen. Bfsio Mara, ..against the law for them to move AainSt ighboe across the
Admiral Caey w* iit..t a ss dte lines to Battle Creek
to the woint nwl Gene arras. ake -I they ee h- l
!'Our navy anad ariny- not give The ic idate ru iles the government Iboa
their types of planes met, to the t- g ..rnen -
Italaa air force control," he w McCathy Consel dWad B .
f .-t. ..I. It all came ab6 utWhben-General ntt Willms isn't- .hap about
This aeerssatMn a so was ialth- So A a L a kh an< a
ake fuy a Services AdministrCar- ao, the houe ise less fen pp. She, has said i e
n y'sa yY an; ch t sbeor low b-s- mveCvif doesn't want Joe in the .Wl
r aye: quntitai cn the t alfted-efeaseto toB le hims ls o fre! stslverla
de- miral. AmLae6 the Italians arethe contract to the i6w bidder ay his l work fr McCarthy tls
stone, familiar with the way our top ad. Hamilton and Co of Cin nati. friends he started helping him
miral feels about air force coop- ia y 4oe p. *eMy. One he
eration, it seems only fair that the Hamilton r e t a i nI ns "traffic started he had to go through with
American people, who have to pay counsel'* in Washington, Miss B it: ., ." .Democrats. are eying the
for the planes we seed to Italy, Caldwell. a friend ofOtto Bender oper-:tons of Wall Street Wonder
know about it also. in the General Services traffic- Louis Wolfson with a view to an
management office Hamilton's ilvestigatioa, if and when they ges
S ITALY IESITATES 1bid to move' Civil Defense for S3:- eqptrol of the H ~ne of Represe
one faint star, 16g per hundred pounds was well ts. Wolfson ha.taken over vain-
Lange, Accordngly, here is the unusual below the next bid of $4.28. 1o0w- c ii companies which have i
conversation between Admiral Car ever, Hamilton sublet the moving .m nesteggs. "Meonkey Ward .-
trange, ney and General Marras, carefully jev to Interstate M6tor F elgIt which he ow feasele, has $293,.
recorded by Carney's yban: System, payf teMmn a' low U000, in cash. .Tfe Russia
Admiral Carney: "I alo akd price and pocketing the differ- m eno. propagandizng with pollo
to Pacclardi about air omponenti nce.. ,tite slanted efrowerd puzzles.
for the army and navy. We have Athis point, .'ames Rowan, head Theture such words as "revo.
analyzed iis question, with Gen- of the Movers Coaference of Amer- lut ," "suppression,'capitalit
eral Eisenbower's support and it ica, stepped In. His'- associationI tyrfaV," etc.. .Zo~d a'd- Drug .
ad cell- is my view that the army and the represents moviti-van operators qqperts are inveftgatag sacechar
him, navy must have control of the air who specialize i h adling furni sueryl and. eoter:.ts utes for
I. components they require for, the krature and lmeusaeld goods. They sugar which overwm hbit ladies use
accomplishment of their assigned toe had bid on the moviaig job to hi tiolr coffee. Wty'. years ago
space, tasks. 4ttle Creek but were higher than calmiea and bet r M to cem.
t, "I will submit my study to Gen- Huamilton. cui. their it. NoMvwh advertise
ace .- eral Eisenhower. He will make no Rowan claimed that Hamiltan their, use. B thD.e and Drug
demands on Paeciard as it is a and rival laer1tate Motor Frei I Administraloa to make
national matter, but he will ask were ot properly packing Civil Igue ;he bie isn't mare
questie that wi pott up the Defense equipment, hat furniture for od fat-
stayed; need for control by the srmy hid and desks must be movid in pa& teoning eve it it contained nat-
near- the navy of their own aircraft. dedyans-or else his rated if they UMal suqar.
"PacciardLtoid me he thougltt it are to move acres state lines. *
was too early t attempIt now to iRowan also took the matter up .
dge: change the "aw, buot-aid hewouId with Sen. Styles Bridges of New n M
where work towards that e i mdC Itin.pshir, who, as elmirman of I.uw SweWe
hedge I also told him that awM thi Senate Appopriwatiens' Co-m-'
army will not give ter tyIMj.', itee, seems to have a'flt of in- DIETROIT (UP) Herbert
planes over to the Italian air Seltiuence with the Interstate Comrn- Lively, a Great Lakes seaman for
control." mee Commission; and simultan- more- tha m.half a century, s a
!: General Marras: *'TiWs question sly he went to see ICC's direc- lively oM salt..
sate, is more urgent since Italian army tot *f motor carriers. Wendell W h e n well wishers gathered
and navy officers have gone to lthe anniu *aboard the steamer Columbia to
United. States to train_ as piots, 'DaBhnning. in turn, stopped five help Mnm elebvate his T72nd births.
S' naot only as observers. A en of thi trucks en route to Battl, day, Livel. gave them a demon-
new would seriously afeet theboo- Creek He algt them in Balti4 st"aoa i.of lader climbing and
+ J&' *) rule of the air force, but sooner or more. VIgre fur a week, while In ship prl-Idg. He is second mate
later, I agree that an adjustment terostsr Co n mm 6 ree Commals-,n the vessel.
M9 must be made." smin guaud (eSimwmd. tWtief. IAveUw g',hi is "tt a '
Admiral Carneyy: .."You wt also waiters So desks of Civil li G ,t .Laleship i. gMB..
"..-.the morale t .a were i indd, crated I-wt lve been er since, ,

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BAY NE si Only .W Aeriaa own ione (t the braulest we've .een.
SC t a r It' t aca. To everyone's amaement she bad
E'.a Maria t nothing be-ed follow bher MNo.
S. t .. se W -- .. W t, ugtledI acmbe eik ... ZIa-Za's. remark.
BAaD OfN T iB .n. in wePda yu she was I B .te ... Taulah Banknea4's ever been hit has never been
S.. -. y M ber first .nm ... PlMdt alby -In "Dear Charo" was loved" ... Tony DeMarco, the
ed* alwa m ia 1cae.header m years ,0W weekly even alon the lm- dancing star who once shined
epeth- ianp oe a' g ts her first Broadway wer-bar. cicuit.... "Seven.Brides his home town Buffalo-_
o er ut \ government's P thy name s role n "Hou oft or seven Bth I t flUn just bought another building U re
p ..pagandists could due in Dec. ... Joe E. to grs over a million dollars at .... Note to B.ters: You didn't
do t_ 5 a raphing a 4. B Joa VaM W-f toBght marks hs the Mutc Hall ... T 0e new tune; originate the iipresalon "Dig It."
1W'2th ii oou bwfAv yea at the Copa "Wish Me Well" is practically tne Herman Melville used it in "Moby
_o..Jsi,,, "Wilson c4ed th n same melody for "Toe Minult fi .'... Dick." While the sailors are cele-
co date for her return to the Plaa's Rite Vimtri, Lilo's beauteous un- brating their first night at sea,
Aka a^erT- ba to Per sian Remg. INf ypare* nilghtS der tuQidyInCan-Can," inherited they tell "Pip" (who is playirg the
eMs ~~j t ngI an unprece. M iia the at bit Jule n e enoye hr paer'sEgypt plantations-va tambourine) to "dig it" ...The
.w d.whek. couI ddl, the Japane be~at" am .E: asd Joe at .1:30 ... ue: 560,000. book was publish ed in 1854.
a aIMa. aPus in p =P af atoweof Redcoal 1 at aeF.l.B o George wasted noatime flt- Gladys Shely, composer of the Source: Modern Library edition,
At e aleoen a Va- Th' about whit we ico ing her Iabes at tMGM pro-. torchant, "How Did He Lookft" next to last line on page 171.
tre" ia maMnmalayalli toiw. it f---and mf or own dcer Psternak. He signed her may have another hit in "A Kiss
Te =-ft B smuo nemaployed miners Maotead Bus. for "Weekend nla .Las Vegas." Should Mean We're Sweethearts"
a.e*2. seIvl that we .1a 1 ia's lavoelavbotr I t's too wpen. s'tart Jsant...' .Tn- oa I.. ..Te East ide'es first new News Item: "Average Man pre-
land ive early well to de- alW to ahip at t at w e the e t X Drais nAhet chore i night-spot, Tne Cupidon, opens on fers being stranded on island with
a the itne wwemd at le- toyands.ef trges 1. w were chatting about Marily.a Mo;n- E. 58t Oct. 1st... Glorna Vander- a good cook than a sexy gal."
Mtime. ig arotad which the government no having "Only one mtik coA" bilt wrote the wordage to the datty (Correction: Average Moron) ...
Tomorrow e ven n g-to kick eldd take out of the mothballs. "s. ee w t happens hmd stng by Shelley Winters in Tnat s The stage hit, "7 Year Itch," will
off the AFL convention in Los hat Japanese coal chase one, when you get ied? My Baby" filmed in London ... have no worry about competing
Aagelms-the Armed Forces, re- part of *n ( ,,0 d for s .. he Pa tjama Game backers w6rwith the film version. The contract
presented bt Caief of Staff Gener- sian coal and other products. Who Stevenson and Truian sa a be paid off 00 p.c. on Oct. th. with Zanuck says the film cant' be
al Mpttw Midgeay, will pay is helping -who=? news report, speak fSor ar, the fastest return of anin vest- released until 1956 ... The cast on
tM fte toAF members- o m e riman to win N.. for the Demos" ment in a musical show in recern,46th Street wonders about former
..wl _some .mknown. It a Don't expect an JusticeDept. .sn't that .- ?ame comha- years. leading lady Vanessa Brown and
asim t .' ,outt f om move against the Cm nist-co- t that won Washington fo--the .. The N.Y. Times crossword puz- her medico-mate planning a
m belain p Irdent George Mea- trolled unions for a very long time Repubs? ... Betty Hutton's pre- zle had this clue: headline? ... There will be cast
.ny adl usle Frank Sinatra- --despite passage of the new law. mere on teevee was fu est "Music a la Louis Armstrong." It changes in "Champagne Complex"
It will-~ j itra. He'll be there Action is I the hands of William when she took elocution l sons. turned out to be the word: Bop... a Broadway-bound play. The ax
.alsg *~~I n's Unio-fid- F. Tompkins hief of te depart. We hope the notices do not di- Satchmo never blew a bop-notein falls any rehearsal ... Max U1eb-
dier ualJack Benny. ment's new eternal Secuity ivco urage her. She has more talent his life. Hates it... Tune Pan Al. man's Spectacular teevee show
So wil AFLT Screen Actors Guild aon. He and his staff must now go than many p I n shOW ., ley predicts Vaughn Monroe's lat- cost NBC a million $. "South Pa.
member Hape, Danny Kaye, through tremendous amounts of re. F ,a Kean Pas ,pyl, sj 's est, "Lia," will be his next hit... cifie" cost oniy af that much ...
Wia MPe ay Milland, ty- ports and re-evaluate decades of role in t Season" at the ~Crt Coasters believe thrush April Ste- From a coast movie colyum:
rone Power, Dor McGuire, accumulated evidence. Theater and is giving an attract. vens will chuck the romance with a "Singer Toni Arden is the big fa-
Ranie Reagan and Pat O'rlen. tv account of herself. A kid who ITexan that retarded her recording vorite with the 'Hit The Deck' cast
And maybe not a east o( thou- Result is that the department came up from, the chorus because success because of the meals she cooks for
sand*-but in sprit, a cast of mall- can't ven rough out a time-table ekosshe i aab .. Taulu -- the entire company" ... Make
lions of men and women of Amer. for action against the pro-Soviet alkhea with c ustmary finger- Gloria DeHaven's night club act mine Baloney.
ia's free union labor who supplied labor outfits which meanwhile ae snap, ch eef y informs One .& -_
our Amy the word'sbest running strikes in key defense r All pastic surgery pretted erewith find solution to Sunday Crosawor ru
fighting equipment. General Ridg- ductmfa and mining areas. And he' janerussells. .ew fd solution o nd Croswore iug.
way Wffl present awards to the some are riotous strikes at that.. ale No. 50, published today.
entertainers wh did so much for "Porgy and Bess," touring over ,
the rale of ur GIs right up I hope this warning will save 2. years, has grossed 3 million.
front.There will be a short speech thousands of men some heartaches This Gershwin classic was shrug.
by George Meany-perhaps two and money. Close to 503 phony gect off with so-so notices when t
minutes, so be doesn't cut nto the "jo') information services" have opened ... There are 11 different
time of hi glamorous "rank and sprung up across the land. They recordings of "Chapel in the Moon- I
file" members. offer fantastic inducements to con light." Kitty Kallen's is the ace
The tinm is free, by the way, struction workers looking for over- .. Ava's "Barefoot Contessa" has
debated b NBC; coast to coast, seaw jobs at our new bases. Watch the dracula touch. Starts and fi-
starting 5 p.m. Paefic Coast time out--there just are no nearly the nals in a cemetery ... Antonlo
-eight o'clock Eastern time. Mil- number of jobs available which Martia's latest chantalizer ("Uno"
lia of dollars of talent and time these rackets pretend. 10 a cinch for many spins on t i
far the A, my to return a salute to You won't make a fortune. There networks. A tanio tempo wrapped
fe labor tis no "exotic" adventure. Most job in velvet ... C 1osmopoli.tan's re-
S- are o to foreign contractors port will make the calorie con.
Sewever, the AFL chiefs may who aire native So 't send scous envious: Pier Angeli con-
nt fAnd hin g so smoothly any mmepn to any Job iermation sumes vast quantities of Spa-
wb their st&rconvention attroe- service until yu ek with yourbatti. Her weight is 101. She has
th Gneral, by name of on or the oal Better ss a 21 waist ... Odd-name college.
D D. .S.Bhower. The Pros-. Bureau. Most at the just ters may include the author
dnt Otd more than lightly have a desk, a 0Taddeig ss named ZEolt Aradi ... The tUtl of
irritate Art 'sl s raeu tos and a stleune answering ry. Sa4ney Kingsley's new comeedis
rear I. ebed soe s he can iee. Theyreilidon't know whore redundant: unaties and v.
S ma6a ee speech he wants, the overseas jobs are ... Don't e-."
The Presleqt ist eager to tell the be a sucker. .
U70 J erof S Al L e-- o BmUmDeauty is the cheapest cem-
e 's~Ist Personals: Senator Joe MeCar- ty in show business. Ovr., -.
bt.t we're having thy's attorney, Ed Williams alson i .a c mpeted Asorw rneS August
that ham-slla some labw.elienkt. aler .h .rine jobs ana ...CADD ToURt Aumu PyANo tqMo 1W
TteoAFL delg wae to s against t& e auto s to, has gla NOVIC OOLFR WONT REPLACE DIVOT ON
have Mn speak, but don't want at s union's "National Eeeoomc Gre Peek's look-and-s FASW*YT.
to appeal to be giving "Ike" Eaen- Conference" in Detroit Nov. 19. Pageant estimates Sonja Heea's
h..ewer g p.ltlea*y warm welcome That will make the big labor head- personal fortune as "somewiee -
whieb eeid help the Repblicans lines of 195o. between 10 and 15 million" .
Alf Hitchcock, the gooXefleb ex-
'- .-- pert, was "What's My Line's" it-___
^ I J Inamedp"Mama Don't Crf At

r beer uke-bozer ...Movie wags woaC W41 noll pm
'a bi deial of a romance between
~EBddie and Debbe ... Gis4ap .
b rigda sighed to a newsman.
hope the producers next year will
/ give me time to do a baby."
". The Tender Trap" drama l4n
the happy position of clicking be-
it P ieo.Paddled to Mor .. '.JI r H rt
I ? s^ for ,.o.n "The Tepi L S.
of an Understanding Heart" is a
adnw song worth your bent dar. "'
S *The lyrics Ire de luxe poetry not a
wings ... The IU.S. now has over
S,M movie bi .. "Whe ie I MAlget eI el w
Stop Levi"g Yem" is hnath's
mo listenable platter since wa d
.."Yoiu At Heart" Best pd-
.. .. ,r camera th 'caught Grace e e T
Nally wearing her ... Five of the
-c current ten aeu-office champs got me wifrl-A& Ckeck
lu kewarm reviews ... Typewriters
an be maney-making machines. themn A W I
Some teevee shows pay P00 for
ia sinjie dramatice script ... Sel-
4 ley Winters' confession: '*I eat
\) \l ions to put me to sleepp"
., ,n : I 3Cietuy is good's ura- Every monel every we .. every day-
wi nt wa a year.k'r1- THE PANAMA AMERICAN carries MIRF WA 'I AiJs
1 .t'so mubh that a weigt obe- .. T e it o rtk are
_. --e,..iptilpt 1Ial osaeek p.f m*f into eer tes. -. .. ..
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(Tex and Phi by which has never quite materia- appeared on
RALPH K. SKINNER) lied. But. we fad the pictM. were several
So we .are using our dry usik washing In
About 20 miles from the capital pictures Dow with te uey use th
on a road that varies in quality, that camera r ns at eas bt aen, they hav
Is Pacora. The main highway like to go and shoo4 the nny eta ot lum
continues to Chepo and Pacoa season at Pacora to see the con- the.lnteutt=
Is off to the right on a side road. trast.
You'll spot the road easily be- Not only
cause there is a rum factory at Since our previous visit some
the left and an unusual looking 12 years before, the little town
hill to the right. There are three of Pacora hadn't changed much.
hills, to be exact, which have a There were some new buildings
strange appearance due to their and more concrete was evident
shapes. in the construction going on.
We have heard that these are We had recalled that the town
Indian burial mounds. Perhaps was on one side of the river and
they are. If so, it would appear the fields of the farmers were on
that someone would long ago the other side. And, we remem-
have excavated to discover if bered, the dwellers at Pacora
they were filled with huacas of used cayucos to cross the river.
gold or clay. We were partly right. In dry
It would be interesting and season the river Is so low that It
exciting to do a little digging can be easily waded. And the
anyway, because hundreds of natives here don't use cayucos;
beautiful and valuable gold they use the differently-shaped,
huacas have been discovered flatter piragua. Bpth are made
In Panama. the same way, basically.
Last dry season we visited Pa- It was Interesting to sit by the'
cora and meant to do a story river and see the activity that

Pacora River bridge Is biggest on In Its nelghborhed and gets plenty of traffle *
at maneuver time.

Boating and batha migle at Paeea. The fawmw, wife and
child plus a box of toeatoes oeom to market in the *iragaa
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Fords were known before bridges and
menities of a formal water sup- ragua to take us downstream for
ply, to see horses splash through some pictures but all the float-
the ritr,' .adults and children Ing craft was tied up with mar-
walk trogh t, wash in it, ket produce and not available.
tho bg in It, and then After walking through the
I"1m ha bndf l river and to. the spot. we found
OfdkttS that the -fire was to heat Pitch
firaus are nees- and that the man wasf
Am ars the Pacora n a crack in the prow to make
JrO./-y it only a foot or the piragua last longer.
so .e 9 ae thingwe noted. TIe It was hot along the river and
.i eve tr shoes while the stones on the bottom could
,'.-r4ng the stream which is be plainly felt right through the
f'"- 1 share rocks. holes of our shoes, but It was '
's, aofprotecti ngtheir pretty and we got a picture or
O. aqai:t the loaserock on the two to reward our effort.
.-sr bottona, they .cay their A mother with her Infant child
i in their hands to protect in the river wasn't keen on Grin-
.' from getting wet! gos taking her picture till she
fields beyond the heard us say, "Que mufieca!"
.i ant across the river come i and then all was wonderful. It
-wgy. a and vegetables. was a cute little. baby, cuddly,
*on. "t ea .M and "truck and quiet as native children
-n" abesa~1 4-d here. tdually are In the presence of
e raele .Is a speq iaty of stranger.
*' vflhg 'we ware old. Honey For a new experience, a caey-
is rlo dued t quantity. co'ride from Pacora down to the
"hie ut farmers pack ocean and back would be worth
their. re f e farm to the time, we think. The price
-fl thence to the vit- would not be over a dollar of
SSar -i waiting, two, and it would be a novel trip.
ta they carry bevy No alligsorq-, we were told;
cr. they've beem hunted to extine-
beriver come tan on this river I
p wth tomatoes To the military who have,
t sT. he flat pira- made maneuvers here, the Pa-
the water copr river bridge Is wel known.
itt affoot nd The two-span bridge covers quits.
wit mOften a body of -water at this time of
C"tetp and brine year bu'jast a trickle compara-
the tively In dry season.
it two and a half Immediately after passing the
h Sta Paeors bridge, a good road to the left
to tie. Ape* oaa tllow leads along the river bank and
told 4 af ti 8 ay are there are ample pnic spots an.
small farms andj e men use the places for the kiddies to go wad-
ri-er for. their transportatloR.' ing. Thf shade of the big trees
A new piragua costs about $40 along the river make this a
here. 4 -ouI4 be likened to a pleasant spot to bring your lunch
horse In tA expense but there is and spend the day.
,o upkeep! However they do re- Up this same road, the Army
-' -e some care. for we trailed a once had a portable water sta-
r -- who was pitching his pira- tion where hundreds of gallons
v of water were drawn from the
'ayed a joke on us, that river and run through a purify-
"a Ing process. Then delivered to the
as away down the river, troops in the field by tank truck.
P-, nd a bend, and-all we could We recall drinking Pacora river
vw a distance was the nose of a turselvo while covering man-
v;- i-a and the dense smoke of enverp it, this area.
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a we thought, here's a tel- -S orive Wi e ". le, e6t'w
lea '-*in a pirat"u out of a k basheoret t Wlt teraim,
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