The Panama American


Material Information

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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Iso Are gInm The Got ron ung
j. m -6e- n Again To Ecuador
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b yh ; oa, s. aid in. today's.- tu .. the Army iterriC tO f lwn. aere IM" 5.U or
be uyfia s r. etan, w sorry to ho w the today hi an Almobrok 41.'
ta O ,S- thItone ia-nncone had be ir aye h an a report The pne, whib lst week
S Lth.iat S S- tribution manage of fi officials i ENurope brnatf dnWMoWtyd! n..
iiJte 6tB irlpeaEo efal Anr newsplper American matter John Ca. TYss to In
wt Uib the rs^ Stryips. ti *ltud and that -he him- 40 Treo nki ddIw b
ont n 4h oii u this week Vir Den -" sel to 'get to the botto m" t cakeahIftmoEt taon
do" '. "wes D '.. Army officers V .e of iaatroversy. : eftye~terdaye-w to p wta l
am d a tt g to keep-bla k, ; a a ," .i oelsed Iroaqn anu etnp that
e mau othad we s o e tan wlrtands Berviced1 mid. there l" dema er- ta rited with vminy Tgylor .
ST publication. t are's goin to be dis- life.
S not knowr e tri. t aad Tyloer are both
ii "t "e name on a l6tw ,. -.. e mploy"a ofothe Angle-Ecua.
Sp^'.fi /JW c, a former NeW YorkI M- I..L^_._ A. doTen O01 Co.
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JI U, 8Marlal sh- thipy fthuntroilneroply P t e opye sd MOinxI
kIdd ar)l etrFir n I, their atr t onf e oa Irom the pirou month
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poaching $500 a month, according to soupiE
touch with the union's affairs.
The Iss is said to be due principally to a
membership, and an accompanying fall off in
ed, without an equivalent restriction of e.
Dut-re the union's sole sotrci-of incmeih
The deficit has reportedly been met in recently
by borrowing from the union's retiumsnt fund a
which stood at $3385.78 at the tine of its most-
S The union's regular b-ank ae ti ws a "
$51.13 s of August last. Thi pSin
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COI 0N01 SNov. 13 .(UP- seventeen per-
h- sons were r tday-to have
r drowned WSt d'ischooner Etu-
Sep todered durig a'voy-
State e from V;incenst mnd,
ta ed widwd Islands, to Trini-
Nom., dad.-
,f^S A!? Albert Tannis, owner of the
.as voweml and a powerful swimmer,
n wa aw am-=M to ha aveved his wife's
t ovns9W i W_ life by keeping her afloat until
ident MAlai "Pe de- they were kicked up by a en
creed the s -0o --- ship anad tae s rtlq
d cenmrshi 4 The only other aurviv w also
greos where theT u a member oftt he crew.
tWon was pwiear&
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SIOrTEViDrO ztarOua, jov.i
it (UP) The bmtteeUw count
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eatonal, cultural an--d Sqet
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U Mr1lution ealnhg on '4
co ien inmer at the R -
00 to end racial disretl on
-The reasutIons says racial dir-
rlnatiop cnstrtute s one of
the gravet threats *gldat
peace and human,dignity. t
Mtthorlnea.m th UtNESCO's. diteM
tor general to organize a world-
wide campaign agilnst diacrim-.
The Council also adopted an-
other Indian resolution cling
on the UN BCO's general as-
sembly to proclahi its confi-
dence in the poraibltyrof eas-
Ina by peaceful means the state
of international tension between
the various Ideologie' and
groups of powers..
The resolution authorbes the
directorUeneral to undertake an

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sAIOQlN Indochina, NOv. 13-
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Aircraft anter mons t
A eleau. Wood) t da: said
thousands wanted to eeape the
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:PEo0CP, t b-D.(UP The
whob, ulatWon of this town-of
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ite south of the present one ai '.a. bi improvement. ..
it p.eenet town.
STe re' ent townalte will be
fl -byt1t waters of the MI-
soui fiver when the world's lr-
et earth-rolled dam near Pierre,
D. ID;, cms pleted,.
T e~ e town wlm be on the
watertl ege-one of only a cou-
pl Of wns along a 200-mile
stretch fthe river that will front
on the water.
SIt wll hjave a water and. sewer
system (- something the present
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Puts The Taboo
On Prison Tattoo-
LAGRANGE, Ky.-(UP)--War.
den Patre B. Lady- of LaGrange
Ste jtormator thinks it's fAie
if .riflts relze that "crime
doeACL pay," but he wishes they
o wear the motto on their
Seve a former prisoners at La-
GrgI j Iqd Louisville authorities
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t ti tme in the reformatory
uf tattooing is strict
aga the rules.

-.WefIr-1rance airulne, woar
first 'aektions were,about lath.
Th. aid he had been near
deas when they took off itroti
Paris and Dior refused to leave
DiOr was to have been here to
superintend showings of his
styles today and tomorrow. Tick.-
ets have been sold out for the
shows, the most eagerly await-
d fashion event of the year in
this city which lies deep hi So-
viet-occupied territory.

Early American
Thread Came
From Trees
J T oT. 0.-(UP -- When early
Amercan Indian squaws held a
ng circle, trees often supplied
the thread.
Davey tree experts report that
Indib made thread #am stringy
*ner bark of the tranM, the fib
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mahO es have not bem I.n-
fo e4 any detail of the
f.tIpalm etate of their ,non,
_ auditor's report gives the
follting membersip break-
do su of May 31. Beboa 121l
Critbal 815: Gambol 290; Ga-
tun 199; Paralso, 131.
The auditor's report ste:
"Letter requesting ofirma-
tion of dles paid were sent out
to creus-sectlon of the .ayin
emer amounting to 4Y of
which 46 were returng, Of the
46 letters returned seven were
negative but after checking it
was found in most mses that
stewards had not yet completed
their returns.
"Itr s gratifying to note thit
the system of receipts has been
put into operation, thought now
appears from spot check of the
dues carr that there occur cas
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american hie ary werla, is a t- writer. h
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a j ft.. a own Wie nas been Vhed am mke ch t-. ad-
cund4e' -VaIn emsoe-oft he 'mo-'t irab
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reo, occasionally even more .. or
ripping than the -nghly qsupshe
tales at ourage ana action
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numerous treks In' the African rqw is pai--
jungle, he survived two aplanel People in a noei, no skiful-
crashes but suffered msh' In- ly constructed characters, must
Juries that,he is even now pre- DCe projected ,fro, he, writes,
vented from going to Stock- amsimilated eere,,. n ~ his
and aocep1ng his awfrd. knowSfle his head, from
.one of a es ha b a. li there is
whi whkneseems hiM -.h It evi has luri as
-prove what Is weUll as a oustess and gets them
SIh :dib s ac thesis: cour. out entirely, they wit have more
ge I "race under than one densio and' they will
a ge -." nuii gr -e nue ast a 0log1 timee.,
*!ety. of opprt 'i- 4ondh 0 .estlons. of style
Vtjy 6t. lt' lb. world War I he and metho, Heilngway is an
served ,Ma an ambulance driver important riter beca us e he
until seriously wounded on the keeps moral value uppermost.
Italian front. The bull-ring of Truth-and honesty ae hi hero.
Spain captured his fancy, and its es; sham.. cowardice and deceit
dangers and demands'for. physi- his Villains but all within the
cal and mental courage- which. scope of ordinary buman aLffa.
he so brllllntly portrays In Tib meia, to me, that he Ia
"Death i the At e.. r a bn"l- esntlaly a- critic of eeSety,
doubtless formed the basis for biut with the aini of showing
h bI "grace under pressure" theo- how netesary it is for ordina.
ry: ry baimn beings to have dignl*
His exploits in World War II ty anI courage, especially a .
as a correspondent and, so the der adversity.
legend goes, as a sometime mpm- BY depicting the facts and sl
:ber of the French resistance were tuations f life, Hemingway does
additional chapters In his search 6ot merely act as the rer o
for the components of course. the. jourualist, although hi early
He even flew Combat m is- newApaper training. d a great
slons with the Royal Air Force e nVe OO ra v He
and hunte.a submarines- in a .able to m id the
e Carib a ad f v u f d ,duawind their

as : h crapbe, 6 hid"c ,
him an jit into how a n is a stern master ovet im
c middle age react. owp.n-a. He ift. s on. a,.regular
daily schedule) but 'his produc-
This incidentally, also f- tio is lsad to aviralg only a
feared him an opportunity that few hundred words a day-- a
Is given to few men-to read distillation of mdeh effort, the fi-
hig a premature ebituarlep nal lifting down to the sentences
and to cover to some extent he feels are worth keeping.
-r the experts rank him in Only ree has ib .been re-
the panorama of modern lite. valpd how' l ri wf'f r6t J in-
ature. uries he st an those, A
The Nobel Prize Is 0 ngtibli e. frilcpqai ..J.flh ww M .over
videce of that standing. One of n r t a rupur.
the attributes of his- stature. Is ed kidney, an lju river and a
that he has maintained it during fractured skul, the latter suffer-
a span which has seen m any ed when he butted U e way out
first-rate but rather short-winded of the burning plane.
authors come and go. Such crea- have t il
tive stamina is not 'a literary mx.*air. Audt .,
quality to beU ghtly dismissed. .fhma b f ef
But stamina and productivity by its to At 55, e Iok1 ten
the ton mean little or nothing if years O, nd ia. mon s-
they are not coupled with the skill cencw Jas bi ki, t' an
to produce stim -i tig and idleness and d ey he abhors.
tr'fi fuh wrch b gh crafts- But, Hemingway, he will
I manship. Tbj .ay ha s not remain idle l1ng.
and with lyi casional "I must jet batk to work," he
lape. '.. said at his home in Cuba the oth-
S i gcod part. 'of ingway's er day to reporters' who visited
importance to Ambrican letters him shortly after the,f bbel a-
-and to 1 p*s- U t Jor r that ward wans anowunced."ZDan't, ex-
W matter- has bee tb 1fluee pet to live movie than five years
* be has had ove young writers, more, and I have to hurry."
There have, as a result. been ma- This sounds much too depres.
ny Imitators o the U lr, tough sing to be the Hemingway .we
Hemingway reallam; but none know. There must be a good deal
has been able. ti ete with more than five years left, in in
the master either in quality or that still-rugged frame. gBut bur.
In out put .. ry away, .Papa. Get to *ork and
A e Hemingway-o tell us those stories; all of u will
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IcY tine problem is solved. Tat
I a Bidh. n*g ,Saud said be Is means Israel's implementation at
..ta no A p arms unless Unite4 Ntlon resolutions onn t
--a-s4 ,- .as ev-... il mod ,eflbft. Brriag an- K 4-.
mi.' o er Syn am coup, which 'Is
Stabs' id mowvemaii not litl hi-. Amlt is bound to
ta w aWin have a fiag Ingfluince in the ae`
apl aoeo of Areb'tatiops. Sah
S.- ( .e ime, Iraq's Nouri el-Said, a .
theWesrts best friend In the .b PW
cIs world has fIled to sell Americn
milla al to Egypt. There are
r e, officials who doubt
bT lhe has sold it his own ple.
ji. F The Arab mind U male up. .
SMaybe month or yeats.after. f
Siw f miracle Israel-Arab,. aetttmpent,
North Aftican Independence, and -
'~R I. V. Y (UP) patient western good-will, the
_wit.Piion wo tb*e prets Arabs will change.
ithe s aCnteres. Czatir4 Shoo
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ffent iIseparalubg five ea of
twixm :br ted kindergarten
l officials, -convy that .
t. develop better. the are
educated apart, apilt the children
and ,asignd thAem to dilfereat SU
rooms ..
"We felt t wasn't fair to one or
.ithak.ljves. S Ledders in Sty.le
warT J. Open, elementary prm.
tipal of the AschooL "tegadiles the 195
V their physical similarity; we
found thei have different person-
"We wanted the t to have dif
t ..,periences w the y NO W O N
cl share with each other rather
than the same experience which
thy wouK receive together Twins NEW PEAKS IN POWER
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rowm A-bombr nests emiterd in an-
StOnyr mitakin dating the rst
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tests we t g _idontplace in the Nc .s "
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beos o cement building materials.
Roberoid also ranks ha the coun-
trzy's biggest producer of asphalt

fwna le, thasbe sabestos
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IE LWIISBURG, 0.- (UP) -John
F. tdk has a mail box In front of
hit. house on Rural Route Z after
trying for 52 years to get delivery
S service. t
Locke, 74. said that during the
53 years he has been trying to
Save a rural route extended to
'* where he lives he walked or drove
S 6250 miels in his almost dally trips
to a mail box.
Lock said the route was estab-
lished in 1902 and that he had tried
since o have it extended the 1,056
feet to his home.
"We felt that we should have
had the extension 20 years ago but
"Iwavs failed in our attempt
Lock said.
Lock got action in June when he
wrote his congressman. Rep.. Wil-
McCulloch then wrote to the Post
Office department's regional office
in Cincinnati, which sentt he mat-
ter to the Cincinnati district of-
fice, which investigated and ap-
proved the extension.,

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SNewqpaper Food Editors neither lumps nor cakes when re-
,i produced many items constituted in; water.
liO bets. One' was the intro- It comes in two packagesin a
0t4.t of instant non fat dry one-poqnd package which makes
k that mixes instantly even in five quarters of nonfat milk and
watbr. in a three-quarter premeasured
Zj*arold W. Comfort, execu- package. The three-quarter size
.- wpresddent of the Borden contains three individually wrap-
t of the luncheon at raped envelopes. Each makes one
Hotel explained its quart of milk.
co. to. the homemaker, One-half oup of thia instant non-
our own. Yes, it works. fat dry milk. the manufacturers
*-few second the creamy state, contains as much protein a
q4 powder poured into a glass about % pound sirloin sleak or
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a! really pleasant sweet eUfD, calcium ad tifoflavin every- ooeet beauty and eetfotare easy to achieve Isin ai er when a moderate lM t ibout lbehs. K iod) s g siBt it esn't matter, whether, with patr blre drs.thl i-
thing that regular fluid milk con- girl can walk around brefoot la -und or ras, like oua gil her shoes. r shoes am er beca the. you-use ta bs or loose tp. reseml Grad
tain eept fat, which should be above (center). She reacheer the sky, a tehIng r ll as feet can t Lethr its The npoant lents are:(1. uay ork,
*fort explained that af- welcome news to the overweight. possible, and walks beu t trf am t es Ths strengthens her if of good rquallts to me adent'of the a teak.t, (2) bon water, () unt a at = iolm," or,
'of research, they had The new instant-orm, as intro- arches. Arches were dred, too when she chow *summer wearer's foot. At left, o enjoys a edire oudoors, a lasy one teaospoonful tea per cup or puttl. all flbura p
a powder with improved duced at the conference, will be shoe wardrobe in varyyIn heel etits. To go from fats to 3 or but profitable ovcup$elo ora hot samm mrltafnoen. Does ths one tea. bag er cup, and, (4) out 'o floard 'i nbad
moisture content which nat6nallb y ditributed within few 4 lac.heels can cause a un braei strain. ths s_ includes a remind yo tha r hyw t, to, ned itbliir,. unnatenpitd brewing time 3 to liUhty about P out
qr keeping quality. and days. 5yot e ..... .........----- -- ...-.- -------- --.--------- 5 minutes or. al dough tik-
BY AL A ART .eore pulngon your stockings with a otton-tipped orangewood a gr extent, given up t h a t Apple .
NA Beauty Editor Repeat this tre imenht as often as stick will help remove ulgly dark nonselmse.. eaf la e b,
.ess. (Makesone le )n .
hOne beauty gain that's yours hVeays oesofin e
after a beach vacation is a pair Callouses and corns are less To smooth- the surface of the But o at oW-e tem, epe g ta i rlyate, cup browns .ite, 3F.)ad
of pretty feet. but not unless apt to form if your feet get nail, buff with powdered pumice. If the e er-soled f ciA r margarine, 2 eps, slightly lit across t
-^^ ^ ,:-; *^ 're a girl whlto Icves to wk proper ca, This ibd include ys h se to t oar
oure theagl whlv t w al r c This ibu c ld Girls of taste feel that the-feet but eakafc play occasions, Your Whten, 1 cup cookn g apples, Pour In abs flte oan, n'.*
Teach TeenaprsThe76yMust alongthu edge of the surffor wth a e lielook slightly undresed if th P feet must have support, bestro- choe o soosnepm I
B1 hours. lathered brsh,' stone as nails are left unpliahod.when der roll owS tS 2. T Tflorte-C pooi.s I bs t Wy
S I~srft eI dri ng -orte n open-i he are Worn. aP-lt b r, shoes, with a oetai -?-
'- Just sit on the dry sand and neglected), and fo o t powder. am t f eet
.... -jry^ ;::,.- .-ri. w^(..-_,.. ..... oamorunt of he* for and a bult in "
you won't get the benefit of hte Don't fail to push back ut When you select shces or itarh, afor sprts alot o wal
amothl action ef this n tural e each time. summer, be sure to have your g. Ty t be II 12
umice toneamp and. Nor foot measured each time you pmp your feet must "take
t he tonic effect of cold salt wa- When you pedicure, file shop. Never simy ask -for a i" r along period.
Str. Girls who spend summer at straight across pever rounding size. Stand a y our l. oo
bea fid, t season's end the corners. 1 you cut or ile is msured. your iofeet, a s
WS '- fit of theirtfeeaesat.pboutthatWiys
tht lo enough to Insure the give. Now that pretty drs-eta with our .e toY f tern th, _
wee ca t man walks through natural protection t yor toe shoes are avlable without. o t' n
-W o damp sand and lapping surf tips. Lemon juice worked under Ishly high heels, they have, to as far ae o can while the foomup I was eigi years Old, a m fovd '
0 wq.Wo We've not to..e ha to our the nail and around the cuticale remains faat on the floor. ft hing happeedgt me--It fo.aund'a.uWthet thrs .of
is aeobs--whoepr. 0 lteaking or still-iia ned ti(t. It was a beo,.ldern D a *-the aut i.
r a- doint, wtdo at cargern. .tae; 9et and must -"a it,-1 came pon oe dtry. .-,
have well-rome ,comfortable of those sentences that sinks As a os s ie of this sif.
tM oIk or ex- ng without n can't go feet, just the same, forgettable into the hear tieal oed t
kitbothose go. Juding from the number of ourh ea-d:.F I r' !n a ac, ate baby' 'wmany Am nq
a Ift l r letters from motherswho do and To help rid yourself of corns j It ,a. fdapt cbo tldSansb of
.bt ri and d callouses in a ;ess pleasant "Pe Thebb w ihw "W tr T I
F aym. about do fer their tea-age children and but sl effective aAway, soak the Babies," of course, told me thgs Tnsyehoi0 e. hun m e. For
Safth4 teen er cooper feet in hot audq water for half a cu y as I had been tohd Susah's aoim to, spa of
Ii d'roble ho wldepromesd an hour, Then ejtly rub the cal- "h L a walked ho the her nature cann be dted wh-
IseV r.. The way, of cour sto loused spots wth' pumice stone. oo wo sand tha Pinoc-hd t. ed in d b It a lat
i, If yOU .0 to t m h e k helpless h. Cool your feet off under the cold So's wooden fingers snatched te d In ,i later be
whic j g tn otr ean d tth liue ghe ms ho-e water tap. Dry thoroughly. Apply wig. off old Geppetto. come ,raveafs -
ow~e. Ifs 1take o n n tr t h some cam ert m to the dry, Its author. lske the writers of Thus, in theI ebu tor
oy go ahead iwn s ke. omgh spc at powder a at children's books, kne w rownson
101that Nature suspends her laws for youngsters we have an adole-
them as she does for augis .. Ut qultil t u t ho
SO when I come upon a ']Juv-' "'. A can't
nile" book that treats miracles as .gobble up fW1b fal-
commonplace, I rejoice for child- ... ...1u h oul-wra-e
hood. Such a, book is the just- inv1esjuke bosij -tol pup
= blished "eyonld the Pawpaw Inagaii.
l" bya you- man named So 'mfor a in the a
Palmer Brown. It a lovely bock. agi ofcz h
And I envy the chd who will m for onar, gtg t tmail
climb up on Anna,'vinia's de- cal age to seek lI er gar-
sort mirage to loathe, secret dens of ta* f i n the
of its musical.Ifountalu: fBrownre who the aole
in the garden, t chrt-
Real fairy talesoa arare in -this asllsor8tAsaswe-
-orld of ours, sO anxiousJ face the ltheator a
"reality." We have I th Snde m ventures little A fin( ls
ideas that y-dohogl, the grove of a0 1a.

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;-W i rl withplan-slee jobui Industry need not abW
e of the 0 rnewt branhes of tfaIshion is fashionss f
-.Aerlcan women on industrial jobs in clothes that are bot
fritai ?TO# eflry khti O fTob from the pfecilson 4il bench
sgoratlnl in a bakery. Fabrics include cotton twill and *la
demnse striped seerackers. All of them tat well to nso
n by designer TMna ~isier, who w.rk on the prsine
of Indmitrial Vlants add l have the smart
clo i th t o to work and play, w
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-tarn 'be *a" Mid nuO-or down.
a qeruk ham ot er
nl.-ifn cotion twil in contrasting
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had an unbearable urge to read
(upper center) la balanced on a
Sharmonlses with rough-texture
used for unusual shade for airy
of New gland spice box (ri!
ndon fashion intish wit sepia-toned shade th
for industry." ---
th good look-
ch 1p an alr- By GAILE DUGAS
ring, stitched NEA Woman'a Editor
p a tat er.h NEW YORK, (NEA)-The news
plnest dat-uc in lamp designs paralels that in
line and at- the new furniture trends. Lamps
S have become highly useful rt-
ith many of e tha being just decorative ac-
back fullness 'cessories.
Lamps currently being shown
Shre are created as basic homn
if conceal- furnishings. There are many
ta "grow" out of able tops and
of .f r n pt.'-decor. pW
jft aisW.hfaiture, walnut i6
a fvore* wWod -for lamps anda
i- t's aftB pair w wth brass. Othet
weliiked woods are fruittwcoe
.. maple,. ebrry, oak and
any. ven ceramics and mea[
are g vps MPtMent that maw

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I.. 'j^Wlg f r; ^m O. lid 10 ~ Iattins witnolher "I'tar
hen hgh winds felled a. tree and
.raveral 2,300-watt power lip.. on
SIsi nvt. ,The other radio enthusiast hap-.
o b, i _dleton, who lmm.dila son
S ibg by ,hel to the scene wheti Wson
1K ^I .Awlat.on told him what had happened.
.agt in.t Fteet. !e Piower was shut off in th area
a Waton watrs sextrica
o p.m., an is car without berions ijuy.

1 g a stay at otI-t:
W.-a. dquArtersaren
C. Pitt O GNoMup ereerae "The Bat
who ar- v a o I isthmus. -Thespian Trpe 217 and the
^ raf tefor their Joint production. Th'
a by Mary Roberts RiaB- -
AgrWi.coain 0t -a, due for the boards on Thurs.
Cn t 4,rI vsIn, '.da and -Friday night
er for O t tlh ia,,M; ,rrivt -&ckdts are ivaiable for the'
M sho6w: scbduled at Cristobal M&l C
'.I y School Auditorium at 8 p.a. i
IJla Night at JWP.
Tomorrow night -at 7:30 p.m.
S. the U.S.O.-JWB. will hold a Li-
ma,, Peru night.- AW
Members of the Isthmian Tftm-
velaire Society who made the trip
Arts an'f4ft Metin Totmorrw t Lima last master are invited
ArThs an& f at t GrouT om to bring their slides to show to
.t. A toman Club w'l the new members and t h e ir
m at the home of Mrs. Leona d o pln to mak"he
SRI- .. Mauao St.reet i a y trip during the coming
S. = at9 6D a .m..." as houday, Dec. 24 through
ot, wrnw at .w 2. .A
W Cl*b 0
Cunu*t Women's C --et Chapter BSP
SWed r a men 's Club will- -s WIo* aty a At I argarita
Sher ..c.a...o oetrg 'wn e.- There will be a charity bingo
.,_Mdr .. ._M "" th rgar~a Service Center. The
-, min Curupad*i .-r. oUrMOnd. dah At Scdo
lRoubefnek will dprnota an AIer- to "Te Schoolt
#Mot herndes Panama City.
esting roam introducing two nama y
Sboor gues.. Mrs..Uikbo-- lt- The bingo party is being spons-
Aortv, P ana a W.10. a A a l ab .e,.
taikon the bil oref the polera lma phi C
and mont iba at t na nilmexe e n
fiestaeoal of. Pan il Numerous p krie have b ee n
ban ew. rously duoated by Co I on Hor
playing~ her own poller a ew- rchants. There will be a door
er Diana de rie and a .00 jackpot price ide
Sal so tPanam W, till display some' nkets arh Sf -each and y ma
of bates and famous native pur sed from any member ride
works o art, giving a phort des-
cription of eah. FOOTWORK
Mrs. Harry Taylor will present
an exhibit Mf.neadleworknMan- WATERTOWN, Mass. (UP)-
tasimade by th Curunduwolu- The'told Joan Trott she would
'rs Art anrd Ce ts Group. A go a when she tok a ob at a
cti0e will pro e' the' social. local plant tw yeas ago. Since
outea. aMdi Mrs. George Still- th, comely, 26year-old Joan has
impan, Mr. Hnry Staftftt, 'M rs. ItivelMt so me6 mW itles-all on
Rirry Taylor and Mrs. E. L. Tal. foot. Her Job as walking tester MCann
bott. for (Hood) footwear takes her on
Sa 2,2-,llt course around thle plant
" l.. .. W"-" *^ *es' day. '
Sr gular montbW metint ot .
t osary-Altar Society of the
HY Faromy Church in Marganri
Nv services. For your complete
yml 1palm, OES
hets Wednesday
.r of the.order of Easterna Promise her anyth
wll hold its monthly meeting at
toe Army &Navy Club On
Wednesday at 7:30 'V.I,.
MHarlemma Smith will take re-
a*rvations at Curundu 7133 before
Ctgrent Events Group Will Meet
The Current Events Group of
tie Canal Zone College Club will
mpet Wednesday 17 at the home
of Mrs. Edward A. Doolan, 203
11ights Road 3:30 p.m.
TMr. Frank Wilder will speak on
tbe Comamunist Conspiracy and
You," a discussion of the Com- i
muuistic threat locally and inter-








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Old Panama

iger: Miss TOmmie Windrum

happiness in 1955


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WHAT M .AKES IT TiCK?-A cam a, boliam abafet
at portable laboratory in a Sahara Desert osds. Two scientists
from Dute UU1vOtry, at Durham, N. C, apeh more than a year.
In the dtrtt lag" to dig up new Infotatlloa on the anima,
whichean go for months without water.


ov (4/,

Miss Masrjie Rogers,
famoews comseller on slya

Come in and meet Miss Marjorie Rogers who is an expert
counsellor on style from The Formfit Company. Let her help
you select the new "LIFE" brassiere and "LIFE" girdle
which is best for your own figure.
You won't want to miss this wonderful opportunity to get
expert assistance, without obligation, in choosing the right
-garment for ybu, and in being fitted peribnally by a leading
counsellor on style.
Mies Rogers will bew thestores listed below on the dates

MONDAY, NOV. 15 ....... CAS MOTTA0
Awn.m Pde Frn UeS., CeUW
TUESDAY, NOV. 16 ......... MADURO, Jr. .-A.-
AveniWddel Fnt 10.044, Cel6n
Juan Pleonuras
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*The" Roary Altar Society of
Jacred Heart Chapel, Ancon, will
hold Its regular monthly .eeOting
0a Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.
Guest speaker for the evening
wlIl be Miss Patricia Desjardins,
psyisatduc welfare expert with
tie Administration of Techni c P
Asistance of tile United Nations.
b M. Ed d 2 Stam. w
uesta r a.. me.
C Gam Dinner
Stod-ndClifornia alumni
~, i lmes. are having a
Game dinner' party start.
ig at 5:30 p.m.. in the Driftwood
Lunge at Albrook Air Force Base
n t Saturday.
Aieservations at V7 per. couple
will include dinner and drinks -.,
ifrehand .
For reservations, telephone Ray
]selt at Panama 3-0010, or Mrs.
Thry L.,Bach of. alboa, who
l accept-.eals at Balboa 1385
between fa-nd 6 p.m.

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SCanal Zone meet at the
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FESSI-ONAL. Automobiles
F 1____ FOR .ALE: 0sed cas. Bergains.
PANAMA AUTOS. S.A.. Jose Fran-
Chineh Bugs Are cisco de le Osa Ave. No. 45.
Ul 1 yeow Lawn, FOR SALE- 1951 Mercury 2-door
Cn aw Stopped with sedan, radio, good condition. 85-
4110; after 4-00 p.m. 87-5235.
LAT ON 1$1050.Con be financed. .
i LATH FOR SALE--1950 Chrysler Windaor
convertible, yellow, good white-woll
a. tires, radio,oair-conditioner, deluxe.
S'- excellent condition SI050. C a II
Balboa 2-2585 week-ends dr Bol-
Sboa 2-1350 office.
FOR SALE -1949 Chevrolet 4-door
-M.r.nvYnV NV T *sedan. Can be een at Unon Oil
... .. Tl Co., "Q" -Street, in front of Nat;on-
L .sral 279 Tel- l 3:01 ofl -Sdur duri:ig office hours,
'' Mo'day thrtough'Saturdayov. Sealed
***** ,' *l bids accepted unhtl NoS. 20. 1954.
SUnioon Oil eserveis the right 1o re-!
i & j iecl any orl bids
ANCE STUITO FOR SALE:-1952,0tds Super Deluxe
4AX SUITI'I H 81^ 1.:ydra ot)c..FOdo. low mileage
S-- AfitI, Pro-teens Phne 25-42. Coh be nahed
S# Capysbntmen fr ony-
f FOR SALe--14 S k ~Sper with
rodo. $1080 Con be financed
Hoi.e 587, Bavoyano Srree. Ancon. I

aIFOR .ALE -- 1951 Pontiac coupe.
AFT I S per 'ct condition, duty paid. Phone!
'. 3-5 6M5 from 4 1`0 on.
r(1" *,' ., t lor .FOR SALE: 1952 Olds-98 Fordor
I. lCBHOUR low mileage. a!l extras Priced rihht
2n I r12n r Leavlng Isthmus. Call Albrook
STel. 3-IS3 I 3 133. _
M'rr L .TheTrI. FOR SALE:-1947 International I.-
1 ten Panel Delivery. good cond tion
TRA ORTES low mllrage. $495 cash or terms.
TER P S RT. A. Fhoae 83-6230 euenirng.
epairs. tune upsl FOR SALE- 1953 HiI'man 4-door
iBe) all work sI edan w/radio. 13.000 miles, A- I
(bar86 Night), cond'lron. 0853 Balboa Road. Tel-
IWALDRI., Prop. ephone2-1992.
-t 8, A.S 1.) FOR SALE: 1942 Chevrolet Pick-
3' t-1 0 l .~1-ton., good condition, $375.
..-- ... ,- 3-4718.
S',-- FCF 5tI.E.-1952 Morris Minor con-
TOMAS vertible. Original owner. 6500 easy
S." ... miles, $695. Clayton 3217.


iS~SLih 5 WANTnht.wA / Ilft I eJ: me--


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hove just received a large voriety.of
Gold & Tropical fishes. No. 18, 7Jh
Street. San Francisco de la Caleta.
Phone 3-5587.
Cristobal Service Center Beauty Shop.
Phone 3-1642, Mrs. Esther Loren-
s, o. maniper. U.S. personnel and
family. _____
ANNOUNCING the finest of the Paiws
* for frfry-flve. Curundu, January
14-23 BIglKR. BETTER.'
DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic,
209 Central Avenue. beside Capitoa-
lii Theater. Phone 2-3479. .
Mmeeilanlois .
FOR SALE: AKC registered SBoer
pups,. fans, black mask. PHone 6-
377' Gomboa.
FOR SALE -Typewriter, se.wihn mao-
chine, saxophone alto. clarinet, oc-
cordoun. beds, mattiesses and lots
oat furniture. House 2820. 13th-St.,
'io Abaoo.
FOR SALE -A K.C. registered Cock-
er 5pan.el pups, 4 males, I female
Call 88-452, Qtrs. 151-A, Forn
FOR SALE: Two-way bass reflex
hi,.h frdelity speaker. cabinet. 71 _.
cu it rrahogany. 5616-D, Dioblo
FOR SALE 1951 Morris Minor,
'.eclr.c ironer, metal butfet. radio,
larnp pictures, rugs. Ming trees.
telephone shelf, partition, louvres.
k then cabinet, electric a I r m
clcl:, becks, miscellaneous. 589
[* yono. Ancon, 2-3715
FOR SALE -Leaving Zone Complete
household furnishings; 1951 Pock.
ard, Ultramatic. w/s/w
al owner. 536-B, Curundu Heights
Phone 3284.

Real Etate
FOR SALE: Gorgona Beoch house,
furnished, 2 trollirs, light plant.
Kerosene refrigerator, 7093 meters
fenced with Iron posts. 27-3-4147.
House 2154-C, Curundu. 7 a.m. to


FOSTER'S COTTAGES, ort mile past
Santo Clara. Low rates. Phone
Bolboo 2-1866.
JPh lips. Oceanside cottages, Sant
Claro. Box 435, Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
Grarolich's Santa Clara Beach'. Cot-
tages. Modern conveniences, mod-
erate'rates. Phone Gomboa, 6-441
. or Pedrp Miguel, 4-567.

FOR RENT:-' Four-bedroom mansion
completely furrfT4d. all conveni-
ences in exclusive resTdential sec-
tion. Suitable for diplomat or busi-
nevs executive, of discrrninatirig
tastes. For additional information
see Mr. Fabrega personally at No.
18 East 29th Street, near "Mercado
Vatco," between 10 and 12 noon,
and 3 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT:-Furni:hed or unfurnish-
ed two-bedroom chalet, suitable for
two couples: Two kitchens, bath-
room, refrigerator, gas stove. Over-
looking SAS Commssary, Via Beli-
sario Porras. San Francisco. Reason-
able rent Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT:--Chalet, 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, garage Good neighborhood
Phone 3-0771.
FOR RENT: To responsible party
only: 3/4-bedroom mansion, com-
pletely furnished, in most exclusive
residential district. Suitable f o r
diplomat or business executive of,
discriminating taste. Formerly occu-
pied by foreign emboassies. Inquiries
Invited. Please phone 2-2956 from
4 to 7 p.m. or 3-0393 from I to
9 p.m.
FOR RENT: Diplomat's furnished
Chalet. best section Pbnama, sWim-
ming pool 3 bedrooms, 2 boath-
rooms. for low rent. Perfect cook, if
de-.ired. Condition: Must buy com-
pie furniture. Ph-one 3-4729.

Apartments- .
A INTION C I. Just built modem
furnished apartment,: one, .two
bedroom, hot, cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-.1941.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom aparrtrnt,
13th Street No. 16, Sacn.ltwictco:
Living room, dining roqn;. kitchen.
Phone 3-2457.
FOR RENT:-Smoll furnished apart-
ment, Peru 'Avynue- No.- I t., Apt. 2.
in front of Remon Gas Station.

"'*"LtA -CMe Io. A. mf E. SpN? n -
..If L o fso o Florida WANTED .,
.... ,U FOR SALr-Two 45-ho. Red Wing to live. Oar 0ty is ly4 g hour
----- rototleft1c"gmpletely ru-bit, exceIl- lightful. We -ave homes you can af-o ue
lent condition Con be seen and ford. Prices range from $4000. Terms WANTED TO RENT: Three-bed-
J 70T tested by calling Cristobal 3-2486, as low as $1000 down. Vacant lots room furnished house or apartmenT
.. Ior'pddrovs: G.P.'Allgaler, Box 1921, from $400. Write us your needs-we for American family. Phone Pana-
l ao Z. Will eli both for will reply in detail. Mar 3-4748 or 2-4722. Mr. Hef-
...A c' BOATAneND MOTORSB ... ... ..1ROS.. Realtors f el r
M i FOR SAL: 14-foot "V" bottom FOR SALE- Apartment size gas iA Tre at
,runebot with troaer. Best offer range. 4-burner, $25. 0778-C. herW f .ament
2nd Avenue, San Fraoncisco. Phone Williamson Place. Balboo. Phone
Balboa2241. For Hemophilia

.unm umm-*Offers NowHope

B' T nr'I .* *Paul Aggele: and Theodore Spaet
C II J| lA 1250 2:28 4:42 6.47 were among the first men to open
S'- |9:05 p.m. 1 the door to a new treatment for,
I-- flI, r. hemophdia-preventi-.e, instead of
orSt I PRICES: 0.60 -- 0.30 emergency .
S r .n "- Il 1 ^. .. "- ww dnThe two doctors w-re among the
**bl e first men to demonstrate the char.:
..1. acterisrics that differentiate vari-
f ;_ .. i" I *Ad l P. .i .A TB meous types of hemophilaa-a disease
.:.e ;."? l Y .....I I in which A. ,, e Clotting' tiL e of the
fU-A mo. LU TH A _E d e
mlopadsyA In the past. when a bemophilar
B uniet and wai n began to bleed there was nothing
unrit aeedwang 40 .to do but ro attempt to keep the
S 3 patient alive by many tran sfusions

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-a td n =- .blood it is hoped these facErs can'
seel .E administered d tot ohe hemophiliac.
tgd Jah Dr. Aggeler said the first step in
^'mvi -to aid thousands came in 1948.At.
U7o," ,. .hat time he was asked to help one
S ... ith a ca.o of supposed hemophilia
S h Dr Agg bi 11years a gd Fe From
S1938 to s1948t he boy was admitted
to the hospital on 107 occasions at'
SIntervals of about one month be-
GOIshot WaaiScause of major bleeding. Following,
T:" so ".AW I t trouAh hll- transfusion, the boy apparently
17S0w0Wa0'_rean inection of AHF the anti-he1
it wouldmophibac factor. during one bleed.
... .. ler said, was that the AHF prepay.
STEE .- ration was bad or at least had lost'
| Asome of irs potency. However, on
checking the preparation by sub-
sequent use it was found to work
.ANN.- well on other hemophiliacs.
;4st-E R FO5A ROBSON Dr. Aggeler aid that was one of
I. ~w 's,.7. w==-MD ,--R 3 ithe first clues that the boy was nor
us r suffering from what had been rate-
SlOrically classed as hemophilia,
C "u.- lbtrather fror a variation.
I.Years of work followed, and in


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SELLING: States Rio ghan'
bedroom set (CalonM) s 4 Poster
twin beds. two dresseart, ni;hf
table, mirror, $I5Q;- n v.
ing room desk I kft L&.3.
ers) $30. GaColl Belboa-2* wqek'
ends, or Balboa 1.354 fe.
FOR SALE:-Blea:c" e fi anyb ar
with four stools. Call, after five,
FOR SALE'---Generpl Electric washing
machine 60-cycle, excellent condi-
tion. Reasonable. 168 Via Belistio
Porras, Icottage .recr), S6n Fran-
FOR. SALE :-Bendix 60-yclvc a wsh-
ing moohine. C li 15th ID. 2262.
FOR SALE:-I 4-:ft. deepfreeze Cold-!
spot. 60-cycle $225. Z7-3-4147
House 2154-C. Cu'undu, 7 a.m. to
2 p m.
FOR SALE: Rrierefer, S yaw I
old; fan 16". Q-aycle; 'cmer'
tripod; K-3 .pb itfl Chinea rugs,
chais; foldinl ets; fttreses;u
other household itms. Rieasafble.
Phone Paneme 38-30.

FOR SALE:-60-cyale Bendix outo-,
matic washing machine, completely
overhauled, excellent condition $75.
Phone Albrook 5221.

Wanted Position
with references. Write Box 37u9,
Ancon P.O.. C.Z

FOR RENT -FREE space to pork your
car %hen you visit the Finest Fair
of '55, Curundu.
1951 Dr. anlev White-currently
with the Air Force. and Aggelerl
were able to describe the single
factor missing from the boy's blood
as PTC (plasma thromboplastin
component), which before that
time was unrecognized .s a blood;
coagulat' n factor.
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to the old Colt' ixhooter held, by An Ban-et Pantiac.oeMA
in about-one minute with the Colti ~-reIoadih it once. But .
pit more,thBn lS&.:rd of' higt Iwep n-R-m29,yh.. 1I
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sion a few months back over 3-, sports and news, will be on film,
widescreen and 4he answer to the Im so convinced about it I'd even
wheredo-we-g-from-here ue s- like .teo mnote to Hollywood."
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VS -video sea I, I ima- iSfi 'iMmpcominin
.SeW. lo go down U ih year a a doc-
-of l'taculuaf."-a. r e.o rthe
AM4L do t mln stth Spoo- e a se:. -
tac that have failed in the
. ridp nt. The whole tele-
viai industry is In. a state of There's behind "the'. scenes
hysteral_ confusion. trouble on Imogene Coca's new
there's the alternatiag star sys- show. A. new producer director
-term, as dded the Abbott an "iew writer and. wtwork supervi.
Co.tel6o roAune. ".Wo on Firist? 41a; kliiw ne tlng-Imogene
yr.needT Sr tm hlp you age*-itPias d needs
y fa700re a e smu joene: As a they were
bpe een" i season. great, A. stars of their own shows
T ntwpks sare beaming Col- thi.eason, they're getting lost in
or'-ws to black and white the shuffle
scoeefs. N ot quite as eye stralAing
bti al .ofl.t wi The characters in ".-y Bsistei
sTher' .e buri. M '"'o film o p leuu'"'f the sBi' of a tlefilm
not to fil -qeo- big net- seriqn-writtmn tr-Ja-Fiei, and
work headache. If it's on film titld, "Ruth and Eileen." Marilyn
there's no need for a ,egwo Hae.M was pged fe one of the
"And hUlj''bttt bn I a .bi roues but-nixa it in favorot wat-
TV star told me the Otr day, ing for Eddie 'Small's plans to do
"television may -wind up without "Up in Mabel's Room" as a series.
an- star --.
v lk Wpb'8caghtin the 1ifoHywaod cutie n J Ei 4 lwiee,
w th aT t r intended Next
Week" title card. Too bad if youi p
have a dinner date and, can't see I. .. .

ww s DIt' ns"Sa M" E55* A
eamBe iad. e( prgreri at let.L
Alan Ljadd first telefflm. "C.m-
mitted," is slated tfo January re-
lease over C.B-TV.Who 'was Jw"a
foupleof yards ago who said l'd
never do TV?.
Oh, yes--Alan Ladd.
Sta& L Wn L ( an mver Hardy
.hae agreed to, NEW half .-hour
fBlms fw TV-if their agent can
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ho he oIg his spIeec0,: speakers" He ,says. "tt doesn't
AND HS ANSWER WAS: "Frat, sound like it's coming from-r two
tell them- what -f, going toei .jtces, but from all over. If you're
,e,. T-hea ,I tIt tIem T. sltjsning to a symphony and the
t heri Wht ta ld t eln,"i. woodwinds were m thd middle
-- ," when it was record, with this
For iQi t, the Steinway 3pqo- system the woodwinds toud. Jike
Pi. have t4 coddle t4 e n they're in the middle, even though
tent41 ini M you have a speaker on the left and
waye hlb e e chief coddler ,one on the right."
nany years, and he liked to re- Tape recorders, Pleiffer says,
claU this. te]Ie m, he once-got are the most sensible way to re-
from aer : poduee music. But they're .till
h inexpensive for the ma .mar
1I hav leftbehind in my-f 'Now it's a mechanicapb
the pant. t'myftuzedo. My deid lem. to reduce .thi price-3ad
tate hasM be hind heyauI ar ke the efficiency.-
dcntahini*g ;turtleb My v lTfor p effer is admirably ,sited low
fot to ordr.- a thousand of my p job. He's both an electrical
avorite.elgareti jWgineer and a musician. 1e 9layS
Steipway dutifully picked u the pano, organ and oboe. l-is
-&pht turtle'andcg t ian wo-sedbacrnound han it.l e-
Alipped th-ni.. o Paderewaki. It advantages, though. -
was an sufo.gettable packageW'. .
S' "I understand both sides," he f
Whep you listen- to a new h1i4l ays. "if there's an argument be-
reeord m a .iWu hi-fi phonographL teen engineers and musicians
yo. lar that the. stienctia about what can or cannot be done,
a-sounds. hasa gone am I can see both sides. The engi-
do as far, s at can go. 'Jus neers think -I'll side with them,
mtIh No M ulthw. the musicians think I'll eidi with
cal ongteerI wh0 them. The result is I don't get a-
ibbite in sueh-thing are of the long with either."
lion that there's pleptiy mW 'An expert'p definition of hb-fi,
natca ea&ibe done. Sounds Wil get incidentally, is- just as vague as
under, an amateur's, Preiffer sayA,.'You
W ot a g wap can't define hi-fL it 's an experi-
e' :e r m elo>
co? eSer, S fdd an experience for someone
Victor. 'rhle .lgical Abet steps a -
n"tereopeIe woa'ad the pe, Band-.Jeader Ratlh flan has
feetlon of 'tapo ateerdert." a r vocalist wth hicrew nate
Taking the lloal ntrt Steps K Largo. He always bhar a girl
,o0n 6 n the logical next,step Io kts. he 't a. asty hlbit. of
in .coafierin'k them Piffer getting married. andiuttin 4he
defines stereophonic soubd as an4, so he Just calls em ai Kee
"coming frm more. than on e Larg .
place or speaker ___

whb went to" England for e~laodes
i '* Agg" telefilms, ran afoul
o ceavage ensors. 'iTe seen
to1be resuhot
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Florenv i l-lop, who.-plays- the
mother "I'Mi1ie" will do a song-
and-dance act in Veasa in the
spring. Says Florence:
"I have an Idea I'll wind up
being'a cald a Brooklyn Helen
:GlriN-b Nble, whose telephone
number" la.engraved in Donald
O'Connor'bi'fain, is the dance-in
for Leslie Caron in "Daddy Long

tin Tin Tin IV, who stars in a
new series on ABC-TV. was bred
by his owner, Leetwcan, in Riv-
erao Calif. cCA ean has raised
era gener.bns of Rin Tin
T nd hero's his explanation
S w'-be ks whichh dog in
ef litter wlA be the next Rin
Tini Tin.
"We wait." he says. "
wife and daughter and 1-watch
the puppies closely. Each dog gets
the same tralhning, tt shortly we
all notice that one is responding
more quickly than the others. We
cheek him for form, beauty,
st fgth. Usually it is my daugh-
ter, Caroline, who says, 'This one'
Rinty,' and she's always right."


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With the ruggedly picturesque Santa Cruz Valley in Arizona drama,... great as the land,,., towerinflg 'alI-g
to give it visual beauty and a cast headed by Spencer Tracy, Rob- rise at the prairie's end... human as a father'a.syl
ert Wagner, .Jean Peters and Riohard Widmark to add dramatic s ,t .. hu
characterizations to its story, ."i3oken Lance" the first picture ",rokun Ltnce" Will be relesead on Tuesdast
filmed with the new tinemascope lenses, .I a a stirring outdoor Bella Vista Theatre.


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Faltering P"h"ip!,
,hulin's lUt ms flUe wi l t -brm t.

his line, but blacksmith Henrl Laurent. of Hommalze France,
produced a prize cabbage thatw'-oOld make an expert sit up and
lake notice. He proudly ineasures the vegetable for a friend. It
grew four feet across and measured 13 feet around.

Pedro Miguel 2-30 7:0'
'Great Diamond Robbery'
*uinday '^ VNG DESERT"

SA -- N Dblt RKNOL Boble VAN
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Jivlelngth vie- S-Do ble In Snf 116 -Dangerous contende 3-1 ov
met11 forud eUlosCu' rushed for *tod
o sprint for C Tompestad A mre t112 -J h ouldb osedupc3 2-
od JceA d va. mo 6-C. Prince 8. Carvajal 100x-Rider handicaps 5-1 caught r ae
co-S M to te re I medite --Marianina A. Ycasa 113 -Ran well in last 3-1 PeHtflS j Pe nn
a- ly after the break, then stlye o of the sxwna inb C 2,477 fast *Id.
ff some earlyy chaee Sad. Race "H" Imp. 6 Fgo Paurse p0.00 Pooel leow 1:1 -
Florer a pnd had p Second Bace of the double ANNAPOLIB, Me, ?o 1 ) back Bo
when challenged tu Navy crushed hapl eesm a 9b k
th ome by Lexden, Vu 1-Black Sambo V. Alvear 113 -Rider only handicap 2-1 today, 51-6. for its sthvctory Gagifli o
Sand Me Mason. Th latter 2-Saftedar A. Yeara 113 -Rounding into shape 4-1 I eight games this seAson. a 7-6 Timte -
stud kept on the heavy inotd' Iotag 3-Patyiotca A. Enrique 1o -Could score at ice -1 ton U Fen-
rg of and virtually ft"d d w- ere. 4-Portal B. Agulrre 110 -Prefers longer fflstoe 3-1 EVANSTON. Ill. Nov. is (UP) way ParL. .
fond Leden u up second and 5--Crusada H. Ruiz 105 -Dangerous contender 2-1 _rtorian He1n1 ftubber- .-
i theday Vulcafiadq Chgri and 6-Stone of Scone F. Roas 113 -Rates good chance 3-1 armed senior quarbck pss-
ictOt Barge ROya. cratchedtrom e d India to a 14-to win SOUTBBM p Itd.,o. 1
S the ^ finally boiled -wover Northweatn today hand (UP)>- Notre DEmee ,riddled
4D40i;sap d *r race. There d63rd. Race "D & E" Nativesf 6%Purse $306.00 -Pool clses 1:4S the Wildcats their 11th ralight North Cirolft wita h a e-
at lre- ,s on the prof A ONE TWO Big 10 low In the last three mm- ficient blocking an( k g to-
n nor t ftg race of the utes of the game. day for a convii 4 13
win- t#: canceled when I-Golden Bound ...... 110 -Quit badly In last 10-1 -triumph t xth a ven
Sd to h tarters except 2-Don Orau G. SAnchez 117 -Usually close up 2-1 amesta neasoh e 55,410
ka W awn from e 3-Prot6n..... 100 -Would pay nice odds 10-1 LAFAYETTE, Itid Nov. 13 ans.
er0 u 4r-Metto V. Ortega 118 -Mutuels favorite Yen (UP) Unbeaten bho .State --
have 0g1nallf listed a .-Chepanlta A. Vasquez 115 -Always dangerous 2-1 blasted Purdue today 38-6 be- COLLEGE PARK, Md., Nov. 13
at Ab .btherthboams the first In a F-valarim F. Godoy lOOx-Nothing to indicate 25-1 fore a capacity crowd of 51,000 (UP) o a- yveMar yl an d
1a4 .lntte 4hapg and only 7-Coral B. Agulrre 110 -Excluded from betting, xxx to clinch a tie for the Big Ten marched to an Orange
or 001%Euiinal soers worun Instead of ____
fte nIjne ---- cahmplonship. Bowl bid today on two lightning
'-Jockey te lthtwo vie- 4th. Race "G" Natives w4Pus*$275.00 Pod deles 24 0 bolt touhd 1O b b Roule s Wal-
W ~ ft' I- 111s Aur.w 4u'us au~w-rw ~ u LINCO INobNOT. 13 1er and'1D1cE Bielski's I$
Mie bDr ttwas tories, waa the day's leading QUIPUKIfcA (Ur)-Pitlg aTemive field"o that sent stubborn
e track th ame IlDrrincesa and Kiosco were 1-Piola A. Angulo 103x-Poor recent races 10-1 lne st ground Clemson down to a 16-0 defeat,
worked C ,ot winners on the 2-FMI60 G. Alaro 120 -Jockeyg trying comuck 8-1 mehi de N an. N
k Ayhad orked Out.rames3-Marfil ....107 -Nothing to r IrocladkI 1-1 thent*$jmI-~c NZIL Tn. o
ay before tit vines 4-Consentida S. Carvajal 107x-Early speed ony8-1 jtory lf ear-record florida bounced back from last
den him to victory in 5-Joe B. Moreno 115 -Jockey handicap 3-1 crowd of 4 .her. week's. eat to knock over
ac elimination rare. hnOracdv iAjg ( S-afrena 0. Sanches 108 -Needs longer distance 10-1 rr- Tennessee 1i to 0 today with
ier agrees with the HnpolT (Ic 7-Don Wende K. Florea 110 -Quit badly in last 5-1 substitute quarterback D ick Al-
4 ownere that it was on- POW i n 8-Tuira L. Tuf6io 0x-pangeroui despite rider 2-1 WILLIAMSBt.JRG f, Va Nov. len passing for both touchdowns
t Phillips should be I IN C. Me 10 -r t -1 13 (UP) Quarterback F and adding the extra points
I R N I 9-vor C. Mnd '120 -PRateindchances4-1 Wyant demonstrated today tatandzdJ ___te _____Pont

MI hnavre the letwin over William and Mary,
iden by HRector With the Panama arllRn Tou- ablico V. Alvar 108 -Not with thi. rider 10-1 scoring all three touchdowns.
a Neual rA. V o -1Hard t beat here Even Army 35 sylvania 0
Sr^^ K^.'S^liaDefB R.-Ruis 10 :It beafto~ 3-1 Princeton- I Yle 14
0 IrtAiorio.d ave so p tabulated, by' tIsrMa l h J. Ohunw 50 an well last time 8-1 CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 13 Harvard 21i.Brown 21
B 1& ri.goupof U.Iishe TA. A Ycki r-N1o.Icontender 2-1 (uP)-Quarterback Pete (Pistol) HolCrosne20o ordham 1
Or slid should men yet to competri NAy tour- Kohut engsleered a fourth p Hr- MOiY anro3 MshsianState 7
~M mos large namzent, in Panama wsatrs. The "111i-" Ci~ od touchdown today to 3li90Yrav Cornell 40kDartmpoutb 21
total uer of sailfish raed .f Db Plloses 3:35 od Bro wn a 21-21 tie wthHar- Syracuse 31 Colgate 12.
ho sfrtInhtheotourubia l-t i = vard In their 53rd Ivy League penn State 37 Rttgwrs 14
tnof which 238 were, J. Cadogan 115 -Oct left at post 4-1 battle before 21,000 fans at Har- Auburn SS Georgi 0
o xatodInthe VB ...... 104 -Exellent last 3-1 vard Stadium. Maryland 16 Clemson 0
I4 s r5atE Ronr 115 L og Overdt Even --..... W. Virginia 20 Wm. and Mary 6
e 1 ted. a. Anche 15 -.NotIng to cate 10-1 NITHAA N.Y.. Nu: 13 (UP)- Boaton Col.7 Boofan Univ. 6
G.PrlL. Girald1 ot -Disthnc aeeo 4-1 Cornell turned loeo three plorlda 14 Tennessee 0
cop P. Carv'1 shot 15-1 break-away runners and throt- Navy 51 Columbia s
V..Godp 5-1 tied Dartmouth's Passing to win Cincinnati 0 Wichita 13
up- aItAlbgpame of thi Wake Forest 21 Duke 28
se n M. t^lot C arolinaQ- ,s virginia 0.
VMII 42 The CItadWto
cloNEesH aavp an.., C 12 .C trollan st. KRichmsnd 8
$ I ol' Peele i! CU?) .- 1-Rux ppaen, barging Notre DaMe 42, N. Carolina 13
B D over frontA t throb-yard mark lorado State 6, Colorado Col-
dl 10 -11thingrecotly*-1 In the final minute, produced his legs 6.
10-MetInt rencelast 4-1 third touchdown of the geDenver 25, Utah State 7
to ll. T 09-Could soor at price 1- today to beat Yale, 21-14, In an Montana 25, Montana State 21
V ,-becond Aner'81 15 1 igoi s vy League game before 51,700 Wyoming 34, Brigham Young 13
^E^S'l~rt* -$Stft.1 ati|^ .w 00$-1 fan< __Siim.^ /i
or ~ 1T-.sctdhter a~tm O aeolorado 20, Uah7.
Robert d w .T a -N gto'ldicate 10-1 ANN ARBOR, Mich.. Nov. 130, gi (0ad
N7,odslerrkfnwst RU110 -Disipliointed last 3-3: Valparalso 14, Bradley 14
S(Ca d ato A 112 -was poor third also -2 Mchigankept aliveits Pit burgh 1, wa e 7 .
V alan ____ Big Ten title hopes today with it Kansas State 12, Iw Sae7.
-t but now lb II P 33 to 7 victory over arch rival Oklahoma 34, Missouri 18.
f C flewn ith is. Ralph iW. a Michigan State before a sell-out Carnegie Tech 13 Lehigh 13 ,
E ip nd the Cayo wi h black th. Race F" Ipmp. % Fa.Purse p0.00 Pool closes 4:41 prowd of 97,230 at Michigan Sta- Ohio UnIv. 26 Bowling Green 14
a the marlin sixth w am;ud of QUINIELA dium. Minnesota 22 Iowa 20
"ut. Vm lookingar tehd 1rar rpowwe i-Westow V. -dCasrtillo11 -Winl ihton 2-1 Wisconsin 27 Illinois 14
InBthe Series striR1pd mari aondu ta 21rfL e RR i wl Ils t STATE COLLEGE, Pa.. Nov. 1 3 Indiana 14 NorthwesternM 13
eF i er Baiey of the Viking (Uth aS T Lge u 1 n l (UP) Penn State scored In Ohio State 28 Purdue 6

I Reles hae a 47 ouner wichsh3-Ct. Grcen G"laV. ~t a 11 -Culscrs e again 2P-lclse515
-nC.v Gen VA. Ot iea 115 -Coldcror for er o today t o plow Rut- eogia Tech 2 Alabama 0
T eadeutCIia- In the saialfiha 4awber. Chuby 4-Tiger's Teeth A. Valdva 115 -"Insiders saytoday es under, 37-14, in the Nittany Methodist 21 Arkansas 14
would ~ e~ds th ~re fi ld -Hurlecano 0. Sinchez 112 -Creditable performances 4-1 Ltn'fnl btl ame f t e thoadioma 21Arsi ?kansas 1 2
B ^ th Pacfi lead the i er re field^ LtWre;r'~''ork?0"1 :^on'n final home game of the LSkl 6a'n~ 40a
hehhrlbpossblargest world's 6-(ThehBoucht11 B. Auirre 110 -Good workouts 2k115650. A andeMbllt1

W wlh h rpossblertwoerlon'salden E. eoes 113 -Wonlast time4-a
Chicago Cub rd-catch of ais pounder 7-(Coynes Edgar ...... 118 -Nothing in months 2-1 Texas 35 T.G.U. 54
a r n asRow- and wry close second t another BOSTON, NoV. 13 (UP) A ice 29 Texas A and M 19 -
ta n l onglerc. Wilmha K ald5,nl 58-yard scoring dash by half- Texas Tech 55rTulsW 13
L yes A 147o undr which she ltib. Rae "G" Imnp. 7 Fu.Purse $450.00 Pooel cloes 5:15
-out- from ab"Id the yacht ONE TWO _____________--- _-- ---t_--_-_-_ "

Nowao teu8 h aONE TWO I
"Uftoican V a -is As Kakin Morales 1-F V A.Visquez 115 -Racing to top form 2-1u a. OUT OF DOOR. tlh e
bspy- b. e iu under aboard the 2-flatatazo A. Ycao 110 -Always dangerous 3-1 n 1 .05
STA est fi I the 3-A. Maid B. Agurre 113 -Hard to beat in mud 3 -11 A
hlf' rt i eanf Is a t 4-gun's Moon V. Alvear 110 -Returns fromn-layoff 15-1 i f
on by obert _oyer von Maiden N. ROyss 113 -Won last time 4-1
in second place 6~.karSunitet T. Rodrz. 115 -Back in top form 2-1
r ia 2- lb. snap- Y-.a0te G. SAnchebz 113 -Could ret up- 4-1 t
ss Iabqr the Explorer SAt L. Tufeon 105x-Needs Better rider 5-1 -0h. wa -
terade ovIr 3 dSe Howard also -l Signal 0. Chants 110 -Quit badly in last 10-1 WATER SAETY

414overidle Le. ue s.dalso 10-1
fl y ft r with a 6 b. y- -Nobbscrook C Mendoa 115 -Could score again 3-1 FOR ANGLERS '
TRtT 9. correa bi dtdin class, Claude 1r o AL cCLANE I N
100!8.h .ikn I f "A" Imp. 7 Fgs.Pure b$1,S10-pool close 5:40 dtor

th 0,*I nfrth a acteieLe Bu halan*1,ldsoy110
tr ta A. V eat ar he13 -Notige to iipr 2h- the nationwhile actively Pun
in ther tnmvrlast eDayrekd,
purgusoD off eam~rfo B. Agulrro 1H -Hard to bemthere 2-1 o2 p l doed -in

hi 1-t.-. V. Oreg 115 -ates d A fe P- thci 8dthch anc e 4-i coenue w er n g hevles

3.hure10-etrI udtak 31Te ha on uA. Vtmera Ilosnga tog oesm ascethg a8
-wi L.^ ^ Ghai^ 1201 recent effrt 4-i tint na a^. boat ~ to get fro

'^^zoffriffle to riffle This Wa ahar^ s
K^ ^iH B ^ ^ r I Tt Uxltll Pacfic ItK Lu re requse tom' fil ou th stu Zdlt3 nod odoy.H^
*H --- ^^I-HHU-' 14 Lfeittler Ledia guefo orm and pr^besn thompleynthed tLelauoih- Is a "onde ti'* -.BB3MM
l--M-l~lll---Hfi~l r. < M le~ieLttte Leaue fr tee1855^the Utile League Par bon lur-swime In/"" tevbestw of con*-?.J MJfi1-iiwaB BS
Hi^ ^H^ K^^ M^ **- Iea~^ e hhl B Stu day mentoring. Paren tsh o are r ae-ti on-w. thae a herd ti -a*t be' 'VaH
^H H Hrawsc Ln-r^ LE. AGUES quest aead to tke s eett the keepng hs nseIn fthe S airf -H
*HMIIK'E--M K^^I^^T ^^ latcji~jfit ST U3Dii AY frkO corec beginadates itaten 013v be.iemc ogttBlNM lHBglw' *I^ jB !

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what from Gen. Nathan Bedford DrrIs EBWAk's tttaqcoh
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PO pt an end to another o utrqak Seo
undertog Alurk trlpe Miai of la, 4-13.t 2 tSh
alarLjt9 S a tft Atouchdaw woald have seq an
alarmig to the bowL-cohscsuo Msiana Nk St
wi.IBeMor'!S t.-co*'t c have made Ift anyar-way. The
If t Town detected ern m -
larltitte hthe "y yW tR'tam" w a-assembled and proseld"O to
bar it bre"s atUW' next New Yeats Pay, This- a tot-
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Itao- ati RAhode Sohshoan'Of animated bunks of noarttt
fron, the hills of Jerney.atd-

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Company, ButN. ot On Ice

0 -
Py BARRY GRAYSON Imum of defensive hamp
S:. plus having, the goalie fat a14
NEW YORK, Nqv. 13 (2 EA) advantage because of t sce
Gam Worsley of 'the Rangers the there front en.thro up
he same attitude all good g tgoaal moutb.
Soal-tenderi go tp sleep with. teoariom fires a hsifh-iard
"Every time A gOy takes a one. in direct opposition to h
hot at my net, hie's trying to hockey creed that a low shotIs
aat me out of a i -pg." the more difficult to handle
ou'4 expect #orslby's opbu doesit got At o q k
ohab adona4g any
ion about the reoltiv merits 0f 0 l a- P shot. Be w upD
nal league skore we c l t and it comes M a
ider them equally geros shot from a gun."
Woraley has one excep
ioan however-4enaLt ebffrion Gueffrion's performance baa aBa
f4 te Canadi -but ahoved the Je oy
"Gesfrio dos flu Bo good at BeIveau.-ao 3 OP
all," Worsley ates In t a line, from p
ck into n Wherever then has also some
1* Pei. wwoaad t pay
h-Can. a poM W ;er teammate, us
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rWno e cs s pored a animous declsir
i t Cofbn indicate over Panch a rough battle
Bu r. g iiap* -a hard nut the first timejey met.
SniLt He has tralni A six-round 128-pound special
Sd than evrbrr this between chocolate I and Pans-
Di boat ,t hbpes to sore ira- ma Ray Roblnson should be an-
rae f In a order to use this other interesting contest. Choco-
JS* .bouit a stepping stona for late Is trying for another comf
*. er thing abroad. back.
,.Vic.1 P:dro scored a highly disputed The card wiil get underway
o0 Ga n- AAecon over Isidro Martinez in with the fount-round 137-pound
Sa lt but was Im- preliminary- between Danlfep
reel e before that Ward and Samuel Bruce. *
lInaga nt.r- Francisco General admission is only one
t d he (octa lo on akf Puerto Rico. dollar ($1). Ringside tickets are'
9 IPt or The sei will pit up-and- scaled at $4 and 83. Children'
Sy iln RoOlfo Francis against and boxers wlH be charged 60
ufts :ver b n ppe upe i acho in an eight-round cents.
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Miami May Be Ranked As Small

Cf Mas A Big Team
sy iA V. Q TSON ready .-on the arbitrary "bigS tu Rbldomb of Purdue, Cin-
e : t lt. cinnatl's Bid Gillman, Ohio
NEW TO UINov. 12 (NMA -, Cincinhati went into the Wich- State's Woody Hayes and George
Dther sectiqns tend to ovebrlok cement with 16 straight. Blackburn now on Army's staff
iouthwesterb: conmpetlt oist ll-winning -streak coached the Redskins. Alumni
Those who j"' nctfi. lahn. include Red Blalk of West Point,
ila t, Dyt .and XWvier bat obr some years, Miami of Ox- Paul Brown of the Cleveland
1re conyinceit that the quart t ford, whieh is 111 years older Browns. the Baltimore Colts'
imbodles the most. football you than the Florida Institution of Weeb Ewbank, Bowling Green
will fl4tdtna 50-mile radius any- the same name, in a football State's veteran Bob Whittaker,
wherwI. the country. sense has been generally ac- Defiance, 0., College's Duke
cepted as a stepping stone, the small and a raft of professional
._t tl~h'later three contlmw type- of. mid-sized school where and college assistants and high

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gfer things.
This is largely because a num- Cincinnati Miami, Dayton and
r of prominent character Xavier are-tripping stores as
kilders broke in there, well as stepping. Miami's 6-0 vic-
"tory over' Indiana and Xster's
yl. ctory over piviously untouh-
ml' 1). d noton Cotlle sharply l,-"O
trat this. Dayton just missed a-
gaintt Tennessee belted Mii.s-
sippi Southern, which edged Ala-
bama for the second consecutive
S mi snlhasn'f had a lOsing
season since 1942. Under 31-
year-old alumnus Ara Parse-
ghrlan, who was coached by Gill-
man at Oxford and played half-
back. for the professional
Browns, the Redskins have bam-
ged 29.and tied one in 35 out-'
As a member of the Mid-
American Conference, Miami I
plays five league games, plus
continuing its rivalry with the
three-non-conference neighbors.
That leaves to be flled
by a "bI team. This auttup3 it
as Indiana. Miami opens a-
ainst Northwestern in 1955, has
urdue scheduled for '57.
Goach Parseghlan has proba-
bly the same kind of squad that
he himself played with. The ma-?
terial Is usperlor to that of a'
small midwStern college, out
definitely In'the left-over class
once the Btig en and southern
recruiters geVminoving. II
Cincinnati twre is the big one
for Mlanm on Tn aRkt l ag- Day..
This is the oldest contining rl-
-ilry west of the Alleghenies and
Is all tied up. The Redskins seek
their first victory zA four years
over the Bearcats, the only side
-n-g la J to beat them since SU1, and it's
-' Ara Parseghian against his col-
le e coach..
The newspaper min who was o, you see,. all eslting foot-
maning the Mmineapolly Laers ball is 'not confined to the ma-
shihd the scenes before George jor circuits.
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First-Nude-Lady on a Horse; Now-City Denuded of Defenses
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That's the strange story of iCoventry. The unclothed lady was of course Lady God-
iva, the Savon noblewoman wh6 lTt-,dwn her hair and rode through the streets of -
Coventry 900 years ago in a tax protest.
Mqdern Coventry, which still bears the scars of. one of the most brutal German
bombardments of World War II, has denuded itself of self-protection.
Its Socialist city government has withdrawn from. the British Civil Defense pro.
gram in protest against the A-bomb and-H-bomb. -
And adding fuel to the controversy in Great Britain, the Socialist -cilty fathers
have now made a good-will pilgrimage to Stalingrad.
Here's the odd .story of Coventry.


SOCCVA, Coen mOs eitl, rides again
imaht repeated evey five
But the spirit ashe *y-
*7seems to be ebbing.




City Hitler Crushed But Couldn't Conquer

Joins Red H-Bomb Propaganda Chorus

DVENTRY,.England, Nov. 13 (NEA) The city
Itler destroyed 14 years ago but could not con-
.today shows signs of caving in from civic dry rot.
i the surfdCe, Coventry looks healthy enough.
* the hub of Britain's motor car industry, its fac-
nr-busy turning out sleek Jaguars, underslung Hill-
a4Suapphjre jet engines which earn dollars for Eng-

(now 270,000) has nearly doubled since
of the -bomb rubble has been cleared
Iter with expensive goods.
.amr eqw. Thy shffle along the mar-

se- baab here obthag at tio4l itimr
S. mingled with jeers st ieatcalls
rididihfbe led by the Soctalagte h
r oock One gray-haired wpmn, her
*ventry'a face smeared with W ritick to
represent bloodstain,; w u n gU
t,t a her birdcage at e Socialist'
mowing o- microphone and set I*t totter-
e 1 hus Britain's first exercise
tea it-the in civil defense against- the H-
ventry like bomb ended in what the British
mmapy. press termed "a national dis-
1eakers toq grace."
tons f But the Socialists have anoth-
'w h er name for it-"a gesture toq
which save mankind" they call It.
_. t.e By refusing to defend itself in

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a future atomic war: Coventry
is setting an example .for the
world, according p thb Social-
ists who control a three-to-one
majority on its city council.

And just so there Is no mis-
taking where their loyalty lies,
the Socialists have Joined Sta-
lingrad, Russia, in a "Ban-the-
Bomb" appeal to the United
Coventryfa Lord Mayor John

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L'S stirred up Co ventrian. It 1
Fennell headed the delegation
that went to Stalingrad.
This is Coventry in 1954.
This-is the city that Lady Go-
diva made famous when she
rode naked through its streets
to free its people from tyran-
Nine hundred years later
those same streets were strewn
witlver a thousand dead, kill-
ed It a single Nazi bombing
Coventry buried -it dead in a
common.grave, there being not
enough coffins to go around-
and fought back.
What are they looking for
The welfare state? Donald
Gibson, Coventry's young city
architect, thinks so. G i b so n,
trained in. Boston, U.S.A.,
thinks that the welfare state is
the answer to all mankind's
"We are building the garden
city of the future e," he ex-
plains, handling the p l a s t e r
model of the new civic center
with loving g care.
It's all there,,the creches, the
free health clinics, the shopping
center with its patios and foun-
tains. No detail has beed over-
looked in this cradle-to-grave
But is it enough?
"People come. here to make
money and thg get lost," an
elderly shonke er was telling
mo as we s isodI Broadgate
Square watcLp.jtwork on the
new civic
"When I. ca 21 years
ago," he remllaced, "there
weren't over p00m people
gee Poles anf Cechs, I r is h,
here. Now look at them-refu-
Glaswegians, elsh miners,
Lancashire ,ottot operate v e s.
Coventry istfle.okdern Babel."
Like the t1elt-Babel, Cov.
entry has it tlfilied tower-
a smoke-blaeoteed spire, which
is all that's ft of. St. Michael's,
tha Ilnelv 14t Century cathe-
dral destroyed in"9M0.
Fog 14 yeamIe world -hs
been waiting t..C-OyeAtry
build a new oathedrAl. Yet, no


eminded sosme of b au factory.

sooner was the wlaing design
published-a dramtie affair,
all glass and pneil-thin col-
umns-than Cove 4Jans fell to
fighting among themselves.
.. Some said that-it looked like
a biscuit factory, others, a su-
percinema. The architect re-
-ceived over 700 letters, most of
them abusive, in three weeks.
Then the Socgelistr got into
the act. A new cathedral would
rob their housing program of
labor and materials, they ar-
American servicemen from
nearby bases have contributed
to it.
Canadians have raised $3,.-
000 for a new pipe organ.
Even .y Federal German
Republic has pledged a stained-
glass -window to replace one
knocked out by Hitler's bombs.
Yet the people of Coventry
have too little pride to honor
their traditions, the Socialists
would have the world believe.
The most hopeful voice I
heard in Coventry belonged to
Canof Moore Darling, a tUll,
bakl'Anglicin clergyman push-
ing 70. His answer to the Pub.
vs Parson challenge is to take
the church to the pub.
"Usually I take the vicar of
the, parish with me," he ex,
plains, "and we sit in toe back-
"Pretty soon the men drift
in, at first out of curiosityr.And
while they drink their pints, of,
ale J te4 them whv they need
religion and answer their ques-
"Sometimes," the canon-
laughed, "the Lord Bishop of
Coventry comes along."
But Canon Darling's work is
not confined to pubs. One day
a week he spends in a machine
tools factory employ ing 420-
workers. .
"We -av to start rebus u .,
the cqoAu y from the bot-
torn. Peop come hae-an -;
they're put. down in these mat
nifleent new hbusnnpeie,
yeth.-ey ar strangers t. t 1
pe next door," the e

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high flying aircraft. .-
The USA? School fr Latin
America,,. alrdy the Alma
Mater of eloe to 0 officers
and alifi from litof the Lat-
Jn Ameorian Repubites, Ies, a-
nnji.more than 1I eeas.,
spee aBwt "wes in electronIcs
and Inats ent
Here, caredully picked Latin
airmen are receiving thefiest
instruct M.possibell- i *ea e
fields. nPractcal training,: eer-
else and- y to assinUate, sets
the attention f each student
each of lg om realizes tat his
Instructor, haoever hI may be,
has had meany years of practical
experienceIne n field.
B-Sgt. tin M. Isbell, the fas-
oer nstrctrat the olectrital
Class 'l eas.-'he In point. Prom
Ecuador; where he attended _the -.
Coleglo Military Eloy Alfaro In
Quito, and wa, commlsaloned a W
second iep.tenant in- the Ecua-
dorean cavawly, IObell came -to .' ", '. ..- .'.';
the canal Zo In 1947 and loi-. C.RAMED QUA*Th
ed the Tn't-',tat Air Yorcc the electrical clasu- at tkheU
at Albrook Air Force -Base. twert la occasion to,. pt to
He was ImmediAtely assigned .elessroom. Rafaer Pllan,
as an Instructr, of metallurgy at under" -to repair the power i
the Lat America Air. School, -26 Bomber, while t, t1
then at -the Panam, Air Depot, volunteer to him.
At completion, of his tour of .
duty in ?panaa, ThbelJ went to instructors la the lack oft pzvl.
the Strtege Air Command us technical instruction op tl
(SAC). where he. worked as an 'art of many of the students.
aircraft- engine mechanic.

After assignments as a run-
ner wn p uperft and B-26's
and teompomry. duty toms to
Okinawa, Japatand W rlsti,
Ibbell ta y up- hbaic to the
Canal Zone.He 6tAsM been as-
signed to the school since Ian-,
ay. .

A-2c Edward G. Rule, the- jur-
lor instructor at the electrical
systems class has to h c're4dit
two service schools, whichhie at-
tended in 1951. and 1952 at' the
aircraft and -engine mechanle's
school, Sheptard Air Foree Base..
Texas and the aircraft electric
systems school at Chanute Air
Force Base. IN. *
Typical of the students attend-
tag the School Is Ricardo Aooa-
ta. A'Sub-oficlal Teenico 3& Cla-
se in the Colombiap Air Force,
the electrical student is, a ca-
reermpan with nine years servite
in his country's airforce.

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Wide Open Class A Sprint Headlines Program
pinn Feiner To Meet
Classic Winner Carnes
Jack E. Fong's classy Irish mare Sinn Feiner today
pill get her final test in a $1,000 seven furlong sprint when
she seeks her sixth consecutive victory against five proven
Class A performers.
ADD WIDE Open Sports Sunday
The. other scheduled starters lessly poor mudder when he
ajre carnes, winner of the $10,000
added" Nov. 3 Independence Day
Classic; Dark Millionaire, Mlrza-
ioats, Main Road and Amoro.
Guillermo Sanchez, who rode
Sinn Feiner to her last five con-
secutive wins, will again be a-
ed the belief that he Is a hope-
raced to an easy five-length vic-
tory in the featured $750 seven
furlong sprint for Class B-C
Jockey Alfredo Vasquez mov-
ed Atys to the front Immediate-
ly after the break, then staved
board the Fong colorbearer. San- off some early challenges by
hez claims that he la glad for Florera and had plenty left
Army Navy, Notre Dame Chalk Up Easy Victories
Juan Franco Graded Entries
l\P. Hors
1st. Race
Jockey Wgt COMMENT
"H" Imp. m Fgs.Purse $400.00Pool closes 12:45
First Race ef the Double
1M. Slipper
3Double In
ftC. Prince
J. Oongora 110 Longshot chance
L. Oiraldo 112 Won last time
O. Snchez 110 Dangerous contender
B. Agulrre 112 Jockey should decide
R. Gmez 110 Should be close up
8. Carvajal lOOxRider handicaps
A. Ycaza 113 Ran well In last
the opportunity to go against
Carnes because he is angry with
that horse's owners.
when challenged turning for
home by Lexden, Vulcanizado
and Merry Mason. The latter was
, On the other hand, the Stud. kept on the heavy inside going
omebusa syndicate owners of, and virtually bogged down there.
Carnes are no longer as fond I Lexden wound up second and
if Sanchez as they were the day Vulcanizado third. Chingri and
e scored his sensational victory Barge Royal were scratched from
board Carnes. the event which finally boiled
i Sunchez has voiced his dlsap- down to a five-horse race There
toointment and displeasure at re- were many scratches on the pro-
curing "only his flat ten ner I ram and the first race of the
eent of the Nov. 3 Classic win-; c'd had to be canceled when
tier's share. This amounted to; fll the scheduled starters except _
820. Sanchez says he thinks hls'two .were withdrawn from the ftProtn
fide was worth at least $1,000. ,***"* ... .. 14Metto
> The Somebusa owners havel.Tne originally listed as|5_ chepanita
explained that the reason San-i11* "fth became the first in a! 0_valaria
bhez got only a $20 tip besides la,st minute change and only 7_corai
his regular ten peF cent fee is rces were run instead of.
^VlSJ^S^Sffii^- Agu.rr with, twe.vieJh. Race
bled -to ride the horse but was to.rlM- w" the d*5 fading.
SSngat thC tfaCk th8t 'ame'WD?xTprinces and Kiosco were! 1-Piota
Philllbs had worked out Came, "MLrn* ,on8hot w,nncr on ** 2
tip to the day before th* ra"e | Proram^_________________
*"1 had ridden him to victory in
Ihe classic elimination rare.
This writer aerees with the
Somebusa owners that it was on-
ly fair tr--* Phillips should be
* Leading ockey Alfredo Vs-
uez will be aboard Carnes. Ale-
jandro Ycaza will have the lee
2nd. Race "H" Imp. 6'2 Fgs. Purse $400.00 Pool closes 1:15
Second Race of the Double
1-Black Sambo V. Alvear 113 Rider only handicap
2Sedur A. Ycaza 113 Rounding into shape
3Patritica A. Enrique 110 Could score at price
4Portal B. Agulrre 110 Prefers longer distance
5Cruzada H. Ruiz 105 Dangerous contender
6Stone of Scone F. Rose 113 Rates good chance
3rd. Race "D It E" Natives 'Purse $300.00 Pool cloaca 1:45
1Golden Bound ...... 110 Quit badly in last 10-1
-Don Orau G. Snchez 117 Usually close up 2-1
...... 100 Would pay nice odds 10-1
V. Ortega 118 Mutuels favorite Even
A. Vsquez 115 Always dangerous 2-1
F. Godoy lOOxNothing to Indicate 25-1
B. Agulrre 110 Excluded from betting xxxx
Natives 4 H .Fgs.Purse $275.00 Pool closes 2:20
Southern Methodist Knocks
Arkansas From Unbeaten List
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 13 (UP)Tommy Bell
rushed for two touchdowns today and Don Hoileder
caught two touchdown passes as Army defeated
Pennsylvania, 35-0, for Penn's eighth straight loss
of the season before 34,477 fans at Franklin Field.
ANNAPOLIS, M.. Nov. 13 (UP)
Navy crushed hapless Columbia
today, 51-8, for its sixth victory
in eight games this season.
back Eddie De Silva and a suc-
cessful conversion by Dick
Gagliardi gave Boston College
a 7-8 victory over favored Bos-
ton University today at Fen-
way Park.
EVANSTON. 111., Nov. 13 (UP)
Florian Helsinki, a rubber-
armed senior quarterback, pass-
ed Indiana to a 14-to-13 win
over Northwestern today to hand | (UP) Notre Dame riddled
the Wildcats their 11th straight North Carolina with crisply ef-
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Nov. 13
Big 10 loss in the last three mln
utes of the game.
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 13
(UP) Unbeaten Ohio State
blasted Purdue today 28-8 be-
fore a capacity crowd of 51,000
to clinch a tie for the Big Ten
flclent blocking and tackling to-
day for a convincing 42 to 13
triumph, its sixth in a even
games this season, before 55,410
Bp on Dark Millionaire. Mirza-
ioats will be ridden by Hector
Ruiz. Main Road, as usual, will
Btve Luis Glraldo aboard and
m** Agulrre will guide Amoro
1 The race hs pM the earmarks
an epic thriller and should
attract an unusually large
Crowd to the track todav.
The Stud Montellmar's soeedy

Impressive Catches
Reported In Panama
Marlin Tournament
7Don Wende
A. ngulo 103xPoor recent races
G. Alfaro 120 Jockey trying comeback
...... 107 Nothing to recommend
S. Carvajal 107xEarly speed only
B. Moreno 115 Jockey handicaps
G. Snchez 108 Needs longer distance
K. Flores 110 Quit badly In last
L. Tun 108xDangerous despite rider
C. Mendoza 120 Form Indicates
H. Ruiz 108 Rates chance too
5th. Race 'BavC" Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $350.00 Pool closes 2:55
V. Alvear 108 Not with this rider 10-1
A. Vsquez 110 Hard to beat here Even
H. Ruiz 105 At best in mud $-1
J. Chuna 108 Ran well last time 8-1
A. Ycaza 105 No. l contender 2-1
With the Panama Marlin Tour-! Rabiblanco
nament nearing a close a n d i f~," ~.oyo
some very impressive results, *Jacnalirt
have been tabulated, by the fIxao,*1
largest group of sports fisher-; 5Tampol
men yet to compete in any tour-
nament in Panama waters. The B,..
total number of sailflsh raised | "" "*ce
, so far in the tournament is 225 i
fnfL?rH" vear;old Areentlne|of which 238 were hooked andi i_Mlngo J. Cadogan 115 -Got left at post
printer Atys yesterday disprov- 125 boated. In the elusive marlin 2Gay Spot 104 Excellent rare last
"----------------------------------" c!f" i5, wher? S*18"1, 42 h00k-|3-C. Malone F. Rose 115 -Long overdue
bull r-ll- aJ ni. i ed^and 15 boated. ^ (___^ 4-Tom Collins G. Snchez 115 -Nothing to indicate
"H" Imp. K Fgs. Purse S4W.0 Peel closes 3:35
First Race of the Double
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. IS
(UP)Pittsbusgh' aggressive
line stalled Nebraska's ground
game today and the underdog
Panthers covered to a 21-7 vic-
tory before a near-record
crowd of 40,000 here.
13 (UP) Quarterback Fred
Wyant demonstrated today that
he's also at home on level
ground as he led the West Vir-
ginia Mountaineers to a 20 to 8
win over William and Mary,
scoring all three touchdowns.
(UP) Explosive Maryland
marched closer to an Orange
Bowl bid today on two lightning
bolt touchdowns by Ronnie Wal-
ler and Dick Blelskl's 39-yard
field goal that sent stubborn
Clemson down to a 16-0 defeat.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn., No. 13
Florida bounced back from last
week's defeat to knock over
Tennessee 14 to 0 today with
substitute quarterback Dick Al-
len passing for both touchdowns
and adding the extra points.
of Sort' A^t'i^-'L*!?.^ whatever became
of Junlorf ^^w^m\^U^^aK^ZWUi^S^
JET*'. 1- the '"'" Wdon? teach
get cXht'l,tnb.yn^l.deriln th? ,?nii of common opponents often
happened Saturday when the Middled got their crack 2ttlS
K"n"' l^ lat,t manifestation of poler probabfy was
prestfge rbasPrtyny a,PPlled because m"ch of Armys
two "L^mmon"/*,6 % 'tele. r-m-P' #"*"" Wlth
u*u02iiy ^rmy' ,7;12'while Arm' *"" or,
8fort.,Snf/r^a. SlMjaLi by* tne SalSrs'

Z Kft .I?d,V.B ,e"VeS them ernVuT but to "t on
BOLSUE n"e,d -^ ttZSK
Football Results
Feller Not Nad
l Being Overlooked
In World Series
'CLEVELAND, Nov. 13 (UP)
Cleveland right-hander Bob Fel-
>> ;-------- u_.t-j' *"'" ^U1U11S ". oancnez no wotning to indicate
Barney Ferguson has boated, 5Proud Pearl L. Glraldo 110-Distance to liking
the largest marlin to date, a
808 >A pounder. There is some
question as to whether this will
be registered as an official catch.
It win be taken up by the tour-
nament committee. ,
In second place Captain Ben- "B "*"
ny Logwlll has a jarlln of 852
lbs. to his credit. Captain Log-
8Bolo Joan S. Carvajal 109xLongshot specialist
7Discovery F. Godoy 103xFinished close up
8Royal Emblem H. Ruiz 108 Fastest at getaway
will boated this unsuaUy large
"H" Imp. K Fgs.Purse $500.00 Pool closes 4:05
Second Race of the Double
1Paris Midi
J* .,7. k1." 1 mH *C1~ WUI ooatea mis unsuauy inr^e _finn7B_
,.*, 5e.s ?il ,"]aa, at beln8 marlin from the Yacht K58. f~SJSJf.
ovi1,okednl the World Series. : i 3rd place is Dr. William t^iu^v\L
^l^eUdmiU e wa1?ted tol Bailey of the Yatch Viking a 808 rZ?U0FlXad''
iSiSS-^* Sa.y8 he real,zes the pound marlin. !8_pkvero
WSS?JWSi manager Al Lo-I colonel Robert Scott with a|S fI5f.?.
seller cites three reasons 570 pound silver marlin was in
Cleveland lost four straight to, nrst place early in the tourna-
;!!?'. York*~^he ?reatment but now is in 4th place.
opening game catch by Willie; fth Is Ralph Dugan aboard
M, the failure of Cleveland! the Cayo with a 298 lb. black 8th. Race "F" Imp.
Jitters, and the collapse of the marlln slxth William Cudeofi
SKfr h* ?*?!"*. u, I of the Explorer with a 245*-pound w.rf._,
Feller adds"But, I'm looking strined marlln and 7th Dr. W. estow
Ward to being in the SerieS 1,1^0^?^ Viking with a 233 ^-Turf Lodge
A. Ycaza 105 Nothing recently
R. Gmez 105 Met interference last
M. Guerrero 10$ Could score at price
F. Godoy lOOxBetter la dry going
J. Cadogan 112 Second last time
G. Graell 115 Nothing to indicate
meauino H. Reyes 110 Disappointed last
(Cara de Gato B. Agulrre 112 was poor third also
Army 35 Pennsylvania 0
Princeton 21 Yale 14 ^
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 13.Harvard 21 Brown 21
(UP)Quarterback Pete (Pistol) i Holy Cross 20 Fordham 19
Kohut engineered a fourth per-;Michigan 33 Michigan State 7
iod touchdown today to give fav. j Cornell 40 Dartmouth 21
ored Brown a 21-21 tie with Har- Syracuse 31 Colgate 12
vard In their 53rd Ivy League penn State 37 Rutgers 14
battle before 21,000 fans at Har-
vard Stadium.
ITHACA, NY.. Nov. 13 (UP)
Cornell turned loose three
break-away runners and throt-
tled Dartmouth's passing to win
Its fourth straight game of the
season 40-21 today.
Auburn 35 Georgia 0
Maryland 16 Clemson 0
W. Virginia 20 Wm. and Mary 6
Boston Coll. 7 Boston Univ. 6
Florida 14 Tennessee 0
Navv 51 Columbia 8
Cincinnati 0 Wichita 13
Wake Forest 21 Duke 28
South Carolina 13, Virginia 0
. VMI 42 The Citadel 0
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 13 North Carollan St. 7 Richmond 8
(UP) Royce Fllppen, barging
over from the three-yard mark
In the final minute, produced his
third touchdown of the game
today to beat Yale, 21-14, in an
Ivy League game before 51,700
%Vt Fgs.Purse $500.00 Pool closes 4:40
pext year.
1 pounder.
3C. Green
V. Castillo 113 Will fight it out
H Ruiz 103 Ran well in last
V. Ortega 115 Could score again
Also to baseball. President Cla-.'Yn the 8aiifish class Mrs. Chuby' *TJlW-'s Teeth A. Valdivia 115 "Insiders" say today
fence Rowland of the Pacific
JCbast-League hints he would
like to return to the Chicago Cub
front office. The Cube say Row-
land is welcome at any time.
The Cincinnati Redlegs have
Signed 31-year-old Negro out-
lelder Bob Thurman after
coutlng him in the Puerto Rlcan
toter League. Thurman Is play-
ufor the Santurce club. He
has pitched and won two
and played first base.
General managers Frank Lane
Kthe White Sox and George
els* of the New York Yankees
iscussed possible trades over
Junen in Chicago yesterday. Lane
ays there's a possibility of a .
^ade between the two clubs. He10* ia*-
Wright leads the entire field ""T'ecano O.Snchez 112Creditable performances
still with her possible world's
record catch of a 148 pounder
and very close second is another
lady angler, Wllma Kennards,
with a 147 pounder which she
boated from aboard the yacht
In 3rd place is Kakin Morales
with a 141 pounder aboard the
Yau Yau. The largest fish in the
other species class Is a 80^
wahoo caught by Robert Boyer
of the Tin Goose. In second place
is Bill Oude with a 21 lb. snap-
(The Bouche B. Agulrre 110 Good workouts
7(Coynes Edgar ...... 118 Nothing in months
9th. Race "G" Imp.
7 Fgs.Purse $450.00
Pool closes 5:1$
3A. Maid
4Sun's Moon
per from aboard the Explorer 18 Amat
and in 3rd place H. Howard also "
of the Explorer with a 8 lb. yel-
A. Vsquez 115 Racing to top form
A. Ycaza 110 Always dangerous
B;. AF.ulrre 11J Hard to beat in mud
1 X ^lvear J2 -Returns from layoff
5~5ev?nMalden H- Reyes 113 -Won last time
6-Dark Sunset J. Rodrgz. 115 -Back in top form
7Barriroe G. Snchez m _r-ni* -* .._
dds "Weiss picked up the check,
put didn't drop any ball play-
uan Franco Tips
In the dolphin class, Claude
Adams of the Viking is In first
place with a 27^ pounder and
close second in Wilma Kennard
with a 25% pounder. The most
unusual catch to date In the
tournament is a 688 lb. black
marlin landed by Ferguson off
the 8klp-jack.
The most sailflsh released so
far during the tournament is a
] ICiprodal Double In total of 19 from aboard the
[tPortal Black Sambo, yacht Seri.
[*Dan Grau Chepanita | The largest game fish caught
4-Joe Coran on the light 20 lb. test line class
Don Goyo s Tampol | m a 147 lb. sailflsh caught by
Cyclone Malone R. Emblem Gabriel Jurado from aboard the
7Beduino (e) Another Fulmar yacht Dona-Mlml. and the
G. 8nchez 113 Could get up
L. Tunn 105x-Needs better rider
?;rRoa,LSlgnal C*1"1 HO -Quit badly in last
10Nobbscrook C Mendoza 115 Could score again
ANN ARBOR, Mich.. Nov. 13
(UP) Michigan kept alive its
Big Ten title hopes today with a| Kansas State'12, Iowa State 7
33 to 7 victory over arch rival Oklahoma 34, Missouri 13.
Notre Dame 42, N. Carolina 13
Colorado State 6, Colorado Col-
lege 8.
Denver 25. Utah State 7
Montana 25, Montana State 21
Wyoming 34, Brlgham Young 13
Colorado 20, Utah 7.
Dayton 20, Miami (O.) 12
Valparaiso 14, Bradley 14
Pittsburgh 21, Nebraska 7
Michigan Htate before a sell-out
erowd of 97,239 at Michigan sta-
'UP) Penn State scored In
every period today to plow Rut-
rers under. 37-14, in the Nlttany
Lions' final home game of the
Carnegie Tech 13 Lehigh 13 .
Ohio Univ. 26 Bowling Green 14
Minnesota 22 Iowa 20
Wisconsin 27 Illinois 14
Indiana 14 Northwestern 13
Ohio State 28 Purdue 6
Georgia Tech 20 Alabama 0
S. Methodist 21 Arkansas 14
Oklahoma A and M 47 Kansas 12
Tulane 6 Vanderbllt 0
Texas 35 T.C.U. 34
.? an.Lca5e' Army-Navy are building up to a tlrrin* #r-
scendo with the Eastern championship squarely at atole
frnm funI3Jrto*Ke?rller """* ot th ? rivals tosed o reporte
uoTrior CP?tafn,lpe,rs Wh.lch ^ Armv's Potential vastly
superior. Certainly there is nothing in Army's current nnrrt
to surpass Navy's shattering of Duke on the ground wd in the"
?^u.h cond-strlngers moving the ball J expertly tAd ef-
2SS2S ff the 2? klcks- And make note of this significant
SnS&S vn ffieSrcCeKSely S
her show^d^n^ 1F*5* to theball Ind hold tog ? a.
no i-t m,. he workout *,nst *'e. Of course, Yale wa,
S S ?Ut /ou can watch ,e"ows like Vann, Ho leder ind
Ryask, pi, touch football, and even then their .kJul wK stinS

ThouS S 1Scr,bet thIs Army team M hot and cold.
SSete 5r# hit w.wvr ^"g6^"!" would have sufficed. th
tonfnam,L0rtant1,a5vantaKes was t*m speed. ThtatawS theS
the^baTS Th^i1 f wel1- None of the yales was going to beat
hL..Jie receiver; and once the receiver had it, none of
fn2rfJiS? B ^ ctach Wm from behind. Team speed Is the
foundation upon which coach Red Blalk builds Differing some?
what from Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest, Blalk's tacUcal JZSlt
ems to be that the fastest get there first*" MPt
* *
..,*T Put an end to another winning streak Saturdav *hn
?-n.?rrd? u1U,Klrp?ed Miam* ot F'da, 14*3. Noffll, thS
from the hilU of Jersey and the coal mlnes of Pennsylvllnia
BOSTON, Nov. 13 (P) A IRlce 29 Texas A and M 19
58-yard scoring dash by half- Texas Tech 55 Tulsa 13
10th. Race "A" Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse $1,000.00Pool closes 8:40
Carnes A. Vsquez 113 Vastly improved
trl1"?1"", .Sa"chez J26 -Seeks sixth straight
2~2iiJH^?.alre i"" 122 -Longshot with chance
4Mlrzatoats V. Alvear 108 -Nothing to indicate
5-Main Road L. Oiraldo 118 -Should be close up
B. Agulrre 1W Hard to beat here
11th. Race "E" Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $350.00 Pool closes
[tCardington Green Westow
tt*Fan Batatazo
Dark Millionaire Amorio
IRose Hip Tnrgot
largest fish caught on a 30 lb.
testUne Is the potential world's
record by Wrighta 148 pound
1-Postinovlch V. Ortega 115 -Rates good chance
t&nSSTteU a SvnChCZ 1}?0-Could score at price
3Turgot A. Vqsuez 118Losing tough ones
4-Cormorant B. Agulrre 110 -Bette? In muddy track
?-Regal Chum ...... 104 -Racing to top form
6-Rose Hip L. Oiraldo 110 -Good recent e forte
Accepting General Cargo For:
Sailings: Every Fifteen Days for:
Houston and New Orleans
Little League
The initial Pacific ittle League
tryout for candidates for the Pa-
Fishing Editor
Over last Labor Day weekend,
42 people drowned in various pop-
ular watering holes throughout
tse nation, while actively pursu-
ing fish.
Three of them did a Brodie st
the village of Wftchepec, Calif.,
on the Klamath River, where I
happened to be fishing at the
time. Two of the bodies were re-
covered wearing heavy woolen
pants, shirts, and jackets as well
as chest high waders.
They had gone out steelheading
that morning dressed for wading,
but riding a boat to get from
riffle to riffle. This was sheer
are requested to fill out the stuPdity.
form and present the completed T"e ^emath is a ponderous,
form at the registration booth atlhe,vy current stream and a good
the Little League Park on Satur- ,wiramer in the best of condi-
day morning. Parents are re- t,on wou'd have a hard time
quested to make sure that the keeping his nose in the air with-
eorrect birthdate is written on the dr*B of woolens and rub-
the form.
To be eligible to play In the
But this is an old, old story on
the Klamath, as it is on white
Sailings: Every Tea Days for:
New York Philadelphia Baltimore
(Golf Veasel all at VERACRUZ and TAMPICO
(MEXICO) every six weeks)
Wilford b McKay, Inc.
Masonic Building, Cristobal. C. Z.
cific Little League for the 1955pclf'c Little League a boy must:w".tefrtstreai,lt everywhere,
season will be held on Saturday be attending a US school on the' Safe:v cn ^e w"ter, is
morning Nov. 20. 8:30 at the Pa- Pacific Side and also meet the :"oug* TTk 1. a"lers
clflc Little League ball park on,*? requirements stated sbove :!e m Members of last year's Pacific,tne old ,h,nd.s who. acquire a
. screen
the three front men throw up at
the goal mouth.
Geoffrion fires a high, hard
one. in direct opposition to the
hockey creed that a low shot is
the more difficult to handle.
''He doesn't get it off quickly,
either,' Worsley points out. "It
ers on wild western waters, they
are wearing kapok life jackets.
Some of them even wear rubber
mner tubes around their midriff!
(The latest gizmo for aquatic in-
season will be held on Saturday be attending a US school on the' Safe:v cn Vle w"ter, is oddl.y I su/.ance 's the CharUe Buoy,
morning Nov. 20. 8:30 at the Pa- Pacific Side and also meet the!nough something anglers don't which looks like and serves as a
'-- fishing vest. It weighs amere
19 ounces, has plenty of pocket
space for odds and ends of tac-
kle, as well as shotgun shells if
you're a duck shooter, and it
comes either with a CO-2 cart-
ridge for quick inflation or it can
be had in an oral inflating model.
Galllard Highway
Little League teams need not re-
Boys 8 and 9 years old will re- port for the tryouts but all mem-
port on Nov. 20 and boys In the bers of teams In the Farm Leatue
10ill and 12 year old ace group last season and any bovs desir-
wiii report on Nov. 27. in to nlav ball are rene*** ?
To play Little League ball the report E> thertrvouts on l^aS'y iS"1 JSag' "?%" W
boy must be 8 years old before that their age grouo Is Used for* ee V>t'Jmd exce.^ f,or n,
Aug. l. 1955 and shall not have K P M ,0r Sltl whew in the lung 1
reached his isth birthday be-
fore August 1, 1955.
Registration blanks for boys
who want to play Little League
baseball have been sent to all
TJr^J^i tl BP"; P^Aen'rlaVstorteo^rmH
cific pide and will be neased nut,season as Kansas basketbaU
In the school rooms, candidate coach. "
veneer of contempt for wet plac-
es. I see examples of it every
day in my business. Sometimes
I'm guilty of it myslf.
I am an average swimmer, got
my merit badge when I was a
still swim from place to place.
But I couldn't swim 50 yards
in the Klamath River wearing
woolens and waders because 1
tried it. I couldn't even get my
Roaring Geoffrion Good
Company, But Not On Ice
By HARRY ORAYSON .imum of defensive hampering
NEW YORK. Nov. 13 (NEA) ad^n^ttsftVe1 '
Gump Worsley of the Rangers "
has the same attitude all good
goal-tenders go to sleep with.
"Every time a guy takes a
shot at my net, he's trying to
beat me out of a living."
You'd expect Worsley's opinion
to be a bad one in any discus-,
on about the relative merits of" a slap shot. He winds up I
National League scorers. He con- let it go, and it comes like a
siders them equally dangerous. shot from s gun."
Worsley has only one excep-
tion, howeverBernard Geoffrion' Goeffrion's performance has all
of the Canadiens. ibut shoved the fabled Jean Roy
11" e,ffnon does you no Z000 at ^''veau. also 23, and who oper-
all, Worsley explains. "He pours ates in the same line, from the
the puck into the net wherever headlines. It has also somewhat
be 8<>es." overshadowed the play of his
Bernie GeoffrionFrench-Can- model, another teammate, Mau-
adian, 23, five-nine, 175is the rice Richard, one of the all-time
new powerhouse of hockey. In his I best and still the idol of the
maiden effort on the big wheel, French Canadians.
Boom-Boom Geoffrion smas h e d
30 goals past goalies to be the I The ROCKET RICHARD is at
Recruit-of-the-Year. Young Geof- an age, 33, where normally there
frion was held to 22 as a sopho- would be a decline in his play
more, last year came back with but between this veteran, Geof-
29. In the first 13 outings this frion and Beliveau it would seem
It can't be done,/and if you trip, he has 13. That pace would that the Montreal outfit has a
look closely at the real old tim- lead to an incredible 40. splendid chance of stopping the
Geoffrion has silenced critics I Detroit streak at six straight sea-
who until this season maintained son championships,
that he could be handled. This1 Hew York Ranger adherents
talk came despite three solid are hoping for their best finish in
campaigns. Experts had the i- late years. They feel that they
dea, it seems, that Geoffrion was lean attain it if Geoffrion can get
getting away with murder and into the kind of mess he did
that the boys would be catching last season,
up with him before long. It was "That was when he conked our
implied that he was a bit of a Ron Murphy with his stick"
frontrrunner. I points out Brig-Gen. John Reed
_._... Kilpatrick. president of Madison
TAKING AN I-can-lick the- Square Garden, which owns the
world attitude, Geoffrion has: Rangers. "He was ruled ineligi-
been the most dangerous power ble to play against us in the
play man the glittering game has eight remaining games we had
with the Canadiens}
Personally, I prefer the quick
filling job. It will suspend a fully seen in more recent winters
dressed man, boots and all, and
he can easily swim on top of the
inflated vest.
Don't take chances; if you
have to ride a boat wearing full
waders off. Happily, this was a stream dress, wear a
planned experiment and Soggy of some kind.
Jim Nelson retrieved your agent
with considarahla duoatrh. i The power play unfolds when
the opposition is shy a man be-
cause of a penalty. The si d e
"I'm not wishing Murphy or
anybody else any hard luck, but
I sure wish Geoffrion would do
holding the manpower edge usu- something to get himself put out
ally sends thiee men scrrying a-lof our games. It would be a
round the goal, holding two back pleasure to sit in the stands with
at the blue line. The puck is slip- him during a game,
ped to one of the back men and "Boom-Boom Geoffrion is good
ha shoota. banaiittina irsm a nun- companbut not on ice."

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Tesis-Len Fight Of Champs
Tonight At Coln Arena
Francis-Pancho Return
Match Is Semifinal
The eagerly awaited "battle of champions" will
come off at 8:30 tonight at the Colon Arena between
Venezuela's featherweight champion Sonny Leon
and Isthmian 126-pound ruler Pedro Tesis in a ten-
round match that shapes up as a prospective thriller.
'The Venezuelan, who has a
irilllant record, has impressed
ocal fight experts with his ag-
ressive style during his one
veek on the Isthmus. Opinions
ire about evenly divided on the
tuteme of the battle.
Leon, only 21 years old, won
he featherweight title of his
omeland last year under the
;utelage of former boxer Max
Perez. The Frenchman, who Is
tie manager-trainer of Leon,
tccompanied Sonny here and
rill be In his corner tonight.
Listed among Leon's knock-
out victims are Luis Galvani.
Colon's boxing master Juan
Diax II, Colorado Kid, Baby
Face Daniels, Kid Anahuac,
Jackie Crawford and Luis Cas-
Sonny also holds decision vic-
tories over Oalvani, Baby Gon-
lalez, Ciro Moracen, Pimpy Gar-
:1a and Santiago Martinez.
Perez says that his boy Is In
fxcellent shape and he exnects
urn to win, either on points or
>y a knockout.
Tesis has never been stopped
in his 18 fights as a pro. He owns
15 victories and has lost enly to
Leslie Thompson, Luis Barreto
and Corky Oonzales.
| Thompson decisioned Tesis in
.the latter's pro debut in a four-
round preliminary bout. Tesis a-
venged that defeat by knocking
out Thompson in a return
match. Barreto is a full-fledged
Venezuelan lightweight and
Gonzales is a former contender
I for the world featherweight
! crown.
Reports from Colon indicate
that Pedro will be a hard nut
to crack tonight. He has train-'
ed harder than ever for this
bout and- hopes to score im-
pressively in order to use this
bout as a stepping stone for
bigger things abroad.
Pedro scored a highly disputed
'decision over Isidro Martinez in
his last outing but was im-
Ipresslve the time before that
against hard-hitting Francisco
Colon Garcia of Puerto Rico.
The semifinal will pit up-and-
coming Rodolfo Francis against
'Lupe Pancho in an eight-round
128-pound .return match. Fran-
cis scored a unanimous decision
over Pancho m a rough battle
the first time'they met.
A six-round 128-pound special
between Chocolate II and Pana-
ma Ray Robinson should be an-
other Interesting contest. Choco-
late Is trying for another come-
The card will get underway
with the four-round 137-pound
preliminary between Daniel
Ward and Samuel Bruce.
General admission is only one
dollar ($1). Ringside tickets are
scaled at $4 and $3. Children
and boxers will be charged 60
Miami May Be Ranked As Small
College, But It Has A Big Team
NEW YORK, Nov. 12 (NEA)
Dther sections tend to overlook
lO'.ithwestern Ohio competition.
Those who know Cincinnati.
Miami, Dayton and Xavier best
ire convinced that the quartet
mbodies the most football you
vill find in a 50-mile radius any-
where In the country.
Yet the latter three continue
.0 be ranked as small colleges
inder a National Collegiate Ath-
etic Bureau rule which says
;hat a "major" college must play
ialf its games against teams al-
Look for the pro footballers to
atch the franchise transfer fe-
rer from their baseball breth-
ren, with the first move on the
locket being the Chicago car-
iinals to St. Louis___
UCLA teammates have a pet
ickname for Primo Villanueva,
;he Mobile Mexican from Calex-t
co"The Wetback" ... an en- f
dearment borrowed from south
9f the border transients..,.
That's quite a Shaw family In
Portland, Ore___In addition to
All-America contender George,,
he all-purpose quarterback tor
Oregon, there are Jack, a former
Portland U. guard who's an out-
tandlng Pacific Coast sports-
caster; Jerry, ex-Oregon tackle;
tnd Tom, a brainy signal-caljer
for Stanford a few years ago___
All were student body presidents;
at Grant High of Portland___
Ever notice how stockings
tend to make football players
look bigger? ... Which may be
>ne reason all pro teams wear
ready on the arbitrary "big I Stu Holeomb of Purdue, cln-
tlme" list. cinnatl's Sid Glllman, Ohio
Cincinnati went into the Wlch-state's Woody Hayes and George
ita engagement with 16 straight. Blackburn, now on Army's staff,
the longest all-winning streak coached the Redskins. Alumni
in the land. include Red Blalk of West Point.
For some years, Miami of Ox-iPaul Brown of the Cleveland
ford, which is 111 years olderj Browns, the Baltimore Colts'
than the Florida Institution ofjWeeb Ewbank, Bowling Green
the same name, in a football State's veteran Bob Whittaker,
sense has been generally ac- Defiance, O., College's Duke
cepted as a stepping stone, the Small and a raft of professional
type of mid-sized school where I and college assistants and high
coaches learn and step on to school coaches,
bigeer things.
This Is largely because a num- Cincinnati, Miami, Dayton and'
ber of prominent character Xavier are tripping stores as
builders broke in there. | well as stepping. Miami's 6-0 vic-
tory over Indiana and Xayier's
victory over previously untouch-
ed Boston College sharply illus-
trate this. Dayton just missed a-
gainst Tennessee, belted Missis-
sippi Southern, which edged Ala-
bama for the second consecutive
Miami hasn't had a losing
season since 1942. Under 31-
year-old alumnus Ara Parse-
ghrian, who was coached by Gill-
man at Oxford and played half-
back for the p r o f e sslonal
Browns, the Redskins have bag-
ged 29 and tied one In 35 out-
ings. .
As a member of the Mid-
American conference, Miami
plays five league games, plus
continuing its rivalry with the
three-non-conference neighbors.
That leaves one date to be filled
by a "big" team. This autumn it
was Indiana. Miami opens a-
gainst Northwestern in 1955, has
Purdue scheduled for '57.
Coach Parseghlan has proba-
bly the same kind of squad that
he himself played with. The ma-
terial is superior to that of a
small midwestern college, out
definitely In the left-over class
once the Big JTen and southern
recruiters get/moving.
Cincinnati there is the big one
for Miami on Thanksgiving Day.
This is the oldest continuing ri-,
; vilry west of the Alleghenies and
is all tied up. The Redskins seek
their first victory An four years
over the Bearcats, the only side
to beat them since 1951, and it's
Ara Parseghlan against his col-
. 'lege coach.
The newspaper man who was So_ you seCi all excUlng foot_
running the Minneapolis Lakers ban is-not confined to the ma-
More than speed and eluslve-
ness is beyond the prediction' behind the scenes before George \0i circuits
that Boy Kyasky will be Army's Mikan became general manager
greatest back since Glenn Davis.'is still in the picture pulling the
...The sophomore flash broke strings....
his collarbone five minutes be-
fore the end of the first half in! The young fellow on the field
the South Carolina opener, yet telephone for the New York foot-
remained in the game almost ball Giants every Sunday is for-
untll intermission... They only; mer Washington All-America
round out he was injured when quarterback Don ... Helnrlch ...
med ut for a pass and who failed to make the team
couldn't lift his arm because of a long passing defl-
A rnn.t.nt mK-, .v clencv to hls rlght mi, trace-
inorts be.' Z^vb ill! ab,e I*'11 t0 the boulder
iuto^"5Jr J3*ri;-' pamlon after ^lunl01
Graham ... which leads their
.But he's still expected to
daughters to
Bobsey Twins"
tag them "The the future....
come around as the Giant qb of
_. ------* The Lt. Bob Mathiases in
The pass-master of the Chica- Quantico, Va., are expecting___
go Bears. George Blanda, was ______
once so lowly rated on the Mid-l The leading ground-gainers of
R'ay hat PaPa Bear Halas ship- the National Football League 1
Pili, i t0 Baltimore in a mudare Joe Perry of Compton Junior
npie player deal for guard Dick ,and Tank Younger oi Gramling
again when
the Colts..
you'n'me. he won't
dividing win any Coach-of-the-Year a-
and picked him up College, the leading pass receiv-
he couldn't makeiers are Billy Wilson of 8an Jose
Barwegan? He's State and Bob Boyd of Loyola
mi altimore ,and the second leading passer Is
nouce how Auburn and Hous- Bobby Thomason of VMI
ton, among others, have aban- Between
doned the system of
squads into platoons for the ward, but Blanton Collier,
the J.0/',? Pr*ct,ce Pl)"ng man whom Paul Brown dlscover-
rnm J^ .M1"1?*' Mich, at. Great Lakes, has done a mlr-
h^T .kLMu.p tnat Bl8Kle M"nn clon J*b rebuilding Kentuc-
haa shed his retirement tops to ky
lump back into active coaching '______________
-as the headmaster of an un-!
beaten seventh grade team BIRKETT PICKED
using two platoons, no less
At left guard Is young Michael Ames, la (NEA' Max Burk-
Viunn. and at right end is the ott. tip hark h-- wrn Iowa
on of the.Michigan State pres- States At'-'-te of the Week a-
ient. Dr. John Hannah.... ward three times. >

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