The Panama American


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


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


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

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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DENVER, Oct. 22 (UP) Dr. the plant. He said It contained
Paul Dudley White, the famed coffee for the President which O n 5St.
Boston heart specialist, flew 'someone" had given him to .
-WASHINGTON. Oct. 22 (UPhere today to map a program bring here.
WASHINGTON Oct. 22 (UP) .ayI of convalescerle aimed at get- White, after consultation with
-Thv workers rose pay o fle ting President Eisenhower back Mattingly, Maj. Gen. Howard A small PFer Tri-Pacer plane |I
factory wlrktn ro but the nw rei- I on his feet within the next two Snyder, the White House physi- which was ched off Chepillo n W ) g n t
iord high last month but th e..6t cII^ weeks, clan. and other doctors at Fitw- by two youek Americans a week I -n L r W ]Jl &ib
of living al*a rcthed te himhetrt Today marked the end of the simons Army Hospital. where ago las h Turaday as parked
level in year, the government re- fourth week since the Chief Ex- the President is a patient. is ex- off 50th eet here this morn-
ported today. s pw ecutlve was stricken with a cor- pected to make a new evalua- Ing after calling of? a truck
The purchasing owfactory. worker's oa ty check onary thrombosis. tion of the President's condi- yesterday afternoon 0 -
factory, worker's pey check rtion.
reached a record level, however White arrived aboard the White had breakfast at Lowry The ae, whih was given A total of 60 convictions involving the thefts of co
despite price boosts forwhc wogven
despite price boosts .or foouse Presidential plane Columbine Air Forde Base, temporary up for lost by Richard Pinney er, brass and bronze fixtures stolen from the Canal Zo
clothing, men's haircuts, house- I accompanied by Presiden- White House headquarters, and and orge Goodman who were P' ,
hold goods, home fuel. and dry aieonn tial assistant Sherman Adams; then drove the four and one- forced to make a water landing and resold for junk .n Panamd were recorded in Coinu,.
cleaning and laundry services. Mr. Elsnhower's son, Maj. John. haf miles to Fitzsimons. whif they ran out of gas during Zone and Ponomd courts on both sides of the Isthmus d -
The average factory worker IS. Eisenhower; and Col. Thomas He was preceded there by bad weather, was apparently be-
with a wife and two children W. Mattingly, heart specialist Maj. John Eitenhower. in, taken to the Marcos Gela- ing the month ,of September.
took home $71.55 in his pav en-s. at Walter Reed Army Hospital White will meet with the oth- bert Airport at Paltpila when it Canal Zone police records show that an increase &e
veloe last month after taxes. n Washington. er doctors to review the Presi- fell off the truck about 300 yards .
That was $1.25 more than in White carried a small card- dent's condition and work out. from the police booth on 50th crimes against property in the Zone during recent montit- '
August and an increase of a- 1 board carton down the ramp of the program under whIch he street. is accounted for "almost entirely" by an increase in
most $5 over September 1954. will live for the next few weeks. og
The increase reflected wage White tentatively is scheduled Pinney and Goodman were offenses of burglar', grand and petit larceny mvo
hikes and lon0ertoeoWirking ours.I li Doctor s t o return here two weeks from rescued by an Albrook Field principally thefts o non-ferrous metals which end up ,:
for a factory worker iDith no
he pas re- li l On Baby's Sext today. helicopter the next morning aft- Panm's scrap yards.
dependents was e$64.3 l hands hSlhahUl in a tree on punta Mangle. They To combat the alarming increase of across*the-bo
s bi,"PALMYRA, md. -- (UP'--When VUI^UIII t
rfaes.b OTFRARD-oePALMYRA, ind. s (UP-When Elephani WUlpUlsstayed here for a few days hop- der thievery, a specially assigned detail of Canal Zoe dl
er taxes. OUT FOR A RIDE-Group Capt. Peter Townsend goes for a' Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Heu were ing to be able to salvage the .
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The Burea of Labor Statis- morn ing gall o-p:! ,e expecting their baby, they bet Dr. a r plane buit Mally went home 1"'to"" I" j""'> "" "T" (
tics said living costs rose three- J. M. Jhb on double or nothing a If AC lErie, Pepn., under the Impres- together for the post month in a cican-up campaign.
tes t between it would bea girl. sion that the plane was a total
tesJohneonehasentliets Sa'offe Cold W ar W Munching Hay Ios
tenths of one per cSeptember I In eight years of practice, Dr. loss. Drastic measures to ferret out National Assembly is
to mid-Augus a within oreP-half of RCA s Sarnoff Coldar Johnson has delivered 00 babes, stolen metals n various shops whic,
to a percent of the record high two thirds of them boys. How the plane got out of the around Panama City have been would prohibit the sale
o, ,rr Melang ron"v O rober 1953 iAp-.-KEWAUNEE, Wis. (UP) water and aboard a truck was enforced oace last mont4 when mian .junk outside the
The bureau's consumer price AA T When their son arrived, the It was strictly no contest and the not readily explained last night. Panama's:' new Secret Pollcc except In instances whertt
Sidex stoodat ?114.9 per cent of 0e OUS I an Ve Heusers gave Dr. Johnson a 6- elephant's bored manner made that Chief, Hector Valdes. rsuhed gal sale to a large company
the ha period 7-49 by-3-foot check painted on ply- evident. office. be proved, and, when pib
the base urer oin ialoB- ........- ... -. wood. It took two men to carry th A test of stre gth between an Valdes pointed out today documentation 18 made "t
P j e kens said check to the bank. and Dr. Johnson elephant and a ftrm tractor was F Sa that a a d .- authorities
r last mouth's increases NEW YORK, Oct. 22 (UP)- freedom and meeting our re- had to indorse it with a paint held during a circus performance OreC Ster W ta o canal on de- This legislation,
ra, ,aln,' She rdscribd David Sarnoff rman of the sponsibility to the world. brush. ahere tended to prove the ma. ndL P ana i ce- would greatly elpiW)
rf1"fl ftobrd David- 1arn "o aton chimne ws frang.r than the 5 .W t! '.* ..t
".. ;- ..the Cold '"F.t= we. must a laa "".-1 "3 ueo uwz.fe W"
-' sh e- Wa T5 ... and the qut --mllt T.- t .u.. idoweas
table orops madt seasoiable In- West has entered. ".ne and the haen it oies. Any- tractor book on and teoods ech and e ally n scrap
creases in food prices cheaper more dangerous stage." thing less w2uld only invite ag- etT irtestants aimed in oppositedirer- POTS4AM, N. Y. -UP)- A: tablishment. from Pana th
than usual In a lecture prepagression. i tios. The tractor came to an forecAitir who made predirtionsi He joined with a Canal Zone aes and Europe, te
.n a lecture prepared for de- Main Competition abrupt stop when the connecting years ago apparently knew official In terMing the results of t che r led e
Prices of eggs, milk, fresh livery at the golden Jubilee cele- "Secondly, we must end the hin became aut. The elephant what he was talking about ithe detectives' work "magnit- there were four or flref
m-at, and coffee also rose. ration of the Fordham niver- apathy that prevails with re- MILWAUKEE (UP)- Theindicated no strain as the tractor icet." exporters" of crap
Other items showing increases sity school of law, which pre- gard to civil defense. In my -main competition of hotels does wheels burrowed into the ground. According to an old St Law.' Owners of the shops have the little dealers sold
included linens, blankets, home sensed him with an honorary view, the requirements of our not come from hotels but from "re- rence Caoun.t almrnar. the urnm been booked as accomplices, Val- material.
renalpa and maintenance costs degree of doct or of laws, Sar national security In this nu- latives and friends," according to A new start was ordered to get mer of 515 would be the "hottest des said today. Over 19 convic- Stolen metal parts hav
.nd gas and electricity In a noff warned against wishful clear age, make the problems Charles A. Horrworth. New York, the tractor wheels out of the hole of the century. It was. tons were made in Panama la been picked up on pua
number of cities. thinking and presented a of civil defense and military de- execuve vice president of the The elephant flexed and stood fast. month. stands speaking In by
Clothing prices jumped as fall three-point program for theI fense Inseparable. Northwestern Hotel Assn. which The tractor jerked to a stop andi And the forecaster said the win- and sellln junk. a Canal ZO
and winter garments went on free world. recently convened here. began 'digging again. The contest ter of 1953 will be "mild. The Canal Zone police records official pointed out.
the market. I. "Thirdly, we have a respon- Horrworth said 38 per cent of all was declared ended. show 41 theft cues in Septem-, He said that Canal Zonte
"Moscow h a s deliberately sibility to brine to the Cold War motoring vacationists stayed in The forecasts, written for the 'er involving such Items as tectives working on the specui
Increases in medical care started an arms ace in th e a concentration of effort and private homes en route and 51 per The elephant ambled out of the almanac by a man named Dunne screen from buildings, copper detail have often been able i.
costs and cigarettes and bever- Near East, he said. resources geared to winning cent stayed with friends and ring munching on straw and ob-.of the meteorologist bureau in bonding wire. de-energized cop- recognize certain pieces beln'
ages also were reported. In a spirit of mischief and that contest and I firmly believe neighbors when they got to their viously rather bored with the whole Montgomery, Ala., cover the 20thper transformer cables, water sold In lunk shops, and h
New car prices dropped last malice It adds to the' fires of w can win it." destinations. business. century. faucets and other plumbing fix- traced them to exact C
month as dealers made further mistrust and hatred in Asia and tures, valve stems, nuts, bolts. Zone areas they were takes
concessions in efforts to clear Afric ppe. tubing and brass journal from.
their floors of 1955 models be- boxes
fore the 1956 versions arrived Sarnoff described asahealthy F boxer extinguishers, ors.
from the. factory, sign" the recent indications In most cases, the metal parts stance, which are reported .
But gasoline, tire and auto re- that "the tides of wishful found were being sold for scrap !en from Canal Zone resid
pairs rose somewhat. thinking released at Geneva are by the junk dealers. often turn up a week later,
receding." Valdes also revealed that the junk shops, completely mu
d Med. Apparently an attempt
O SCOW flays "The Kremlin's conduct, even U made bY thieves to hide
in these few months. has hel- .identification bY burning off
L f t l oed puncture the illusion .at the U varnt and smashing te con
oCold War is over," he o d. "A.- New L0 ko that it bill give the
tually it has merely entered e presson of being battered
new and more dangerous stage." Takw ,Onl-used.w
Of Freedom CrSarnoff said there is not one ITHACA, N. Y. -(UP)- Cr th t in
iota of evidence that Russia in- nell UIwtersifty opened its 88th ac'down junk thieves to the
LONDON, Oct. 23-(UP) i tends to abandon its objective ademic year with something of abined efforts ofPna
Radio Moscow lashed out bit-'of world domination. "new look."Canal Zone law-enforce
terly today at "Crusade ForC Zea no r ,
Freedom" for setting off leaflet "Their purpose Is to cause us Major pbhyslcal plant changes erved the highest prae
balloons to float over Hungary to relax our vigilance In oer are underway, or in prospect is trees cam
and Czechoslovakla. that they may continue and in- eral new units will be completed Sta
tensity their Rlobal depreda this year and about a half dozen
"The nature of these leaflets' tons without the risk of count- others will be started. For s N t
Re well knownn" said a broadcast, er-action on our part." he said.
monitored here. "They are dir- "In these circumstances it .Scheduled for finishing during
ty provocative .sheets Imbued would be fatal folly to nore this year are an agricultural en
with lies, slander and hatred a- the crowding menace of wat Isgineering building and a $6,000,000
gainat th. .the crowdinR menace of wMsatisv
g ainst the U.blS.R. Radeo Mrs- called the 'Cold War.' As long as veterinary college teaching're
cow said the balloons. represent: ics and madmen who dis- search center. Both of the units Nl
a menace to aircraft and thedain human life control mod- have been financed by the state
crews." ern weapons. there is the risk of STOCKING UP FOR HALLOWEEN-This painting, considered remarkable for a 12-year-Od, was made by John Loa, an eighth- for Cornell's contract college
a surprise attack." grade schoolboy In Detroit. The highly imaginative work is called "Witches' Broom Rental Service." itshows witchesacarryimg ried students also may be cor- Lieutenant general C. V. B,
Dlurln West German Chan-' Sarnoff suggested a three- jugs, lined up at the rental counter to get their broomss for Halloween. John has fixed the rental price of a broom as one jug of I pleted this year. S e. SA
....... ...--- ....- l. .... ..oansAidrahlI ,nmmnt in an exhibition at the Detroit Institute t A Schuyler. SHAPE chef of stI .

cellar Konrad Adenauer's visit point program for preserving -witches rew. ,.e pMiuA I .'u W ..s*o,-.--.- .O.ther vesi riav n ol a forty oFr 54
to Moscow, top Soviet leader; Other units planned are a $450,- nerican "Crusede for Free'
personally complained to him : 000 Gannett Medical Chlinic given, leaders that NATO forces
bout tbaloons on West er- Hoodd Men Blast Negro Labor Rally With Shotgun Fire,. a grdaewtthclh
S1898: an engineerming-library-ad- four years.
3rd Salk hotmiistrative center, a V.0.000 Schuler sa NATO f ~
UMATILLA. Fla., Oct. 22 incident and told his aides not the rally were hit by shotgun County said he was "amazed I citrus picker Allen Platt because additiontoStatlerHall. a 500000 ould only reach their
ATLANTA ..Oct 22-w--u ,UP) A union official charg- to disclbse the violence to re- pellets "the size of birdshot.' have heard nothing of this un- they had Negro blood. Indoor skating rink, and the uni- fighting peak by autumn. 1
Mary Alice Pane. 7. became t ed today that four hooded white porters until he got back. Onl one of the Negroes was lil now." Platt told officials the chil- versity's first scholarship resi- nd wrr'd thab it was u
first child in thi ar and men fired shot un blasts into a The sheriff was not available wounded seriously enough to re- McCall, a heavy-set man. has dren were of Cherokee Indian 'dence hall for men.v h h
pouhibl anywhere to receive labor rally an wounded 12 Ne-I for questioning because the quire-hosp talization. been sheriff of Lake County and Irish-American descent. TSS o.ovtht verru ln venmost
her third Salk vaccine^ shot^ i groes in this former Ku Klux boating trip was through the! The others' wounds were su- since 1948. Only recently a circuit Judge or- ______.tern Europe if S came
the.curret a i i" WKlan stronghold where stormy jungle-like inland streams from perficial. riered the school board to enroll n u day "
the curr sht anti-polio inrogram. Willis V. McCall is sheriff. Kisslmmee to Lake Okeechobee. Nation said the most seriously He shot and killed Sam Shep. the youngsters. I hlngS Couldont Western retaUatoy owe..
letcond s1t Ed were ni com- The racial violence flared In Otis Nation, an official of the wounded ro. Ardis Oriffln. herd and wounded Walter Irvm The burly sheriff also joined *..ded. however, made w '
Mar Alice explained it, the Lake County, in the geographi- United Packin House Workers received relieving treat.!while escorting the two accused Bryant Bowles of the National Be Much Worse th" present time uikel.
teacher said 'who get' o po cal center of Florida and the (CIO), who has been working ment at i e CoAty Medl- rapists in the notorious Grove- Association for the Advance- IsRe said ac-retance of the
."shots, et _n_: ,,_'-- n D.te ne of at least three Negro for several years to organize cal center In Eustis and was land case from Ralford state ment of White People in a se- D A N B U R Y. Conn. -(PIT viet-oropoed ban on
rF. nd t a shot t shootingss and other anti-NegrilIthousands of citrus workers, dismissed. But the union sen'. Prison to Lake county for trial. ries of speeches last year follow- Showing a reporter how "*Door the Wennns In it nreent -
St she already had receiv.1!a'cts aid he and several Negroes at him to a Lakeland hospital ile testified the Ne roes were ina the U.S. Supreme Court de- county is," Superior Court Judge 'wo"ld roresnt "a very
u onein April and anoth rece n i ovy. LeRo Collins in Talla- the labor rally saw a black car hen his condition worsened. He trying., to escape at the time vision outlawing segregation In Abraham Bordon pointed to his deft r ."
-. ,n e iiassee called on the sheriff forwith four white men circle the received seTeral shots In his He shot another Negro, Thorn.. schools, footrest. NATO lenders weretot.
Ai 1 an investigation of the shotgun Masonic Lodge four times tack and thigh. as McKenzie, in the leg last May APV '* he said. onooset ty
blasts fired through the win- Wednesday night before the when the Negro allegedly waved Lake County was the "hotbed" "Pretty undignified," said theoaitable. nronnrtinfl
RALOm A IDES dows of a Masonic Lodge where men donned hoods and fired' The incident was 24 hours old and, fired a pistol In a Mount for the Ku Klux Klan in Florida reporter, noting that it was a of atorni wesnost -
---- 26 Negroes were listening to a through the windows. before Natfn told reporters in Dora residential area. "ntll 1951 when the state Legis- wooden box marked 'Blended be wu'rked out.
'" JAY. OCTOBER 23 labor organizer talk. He told officers the men had Tampa that several Negroes lature outlawed masks and led Scotch Whiskey.'' i eh'vler 'vealed
LOW But McCall, a deputy said. covered the license plates on were wounded in McCall's coun- McCall also told the Lake to a gradual decline in Klan ar- nn,' he 1 n* m.rli'.
-.,. 2- t~2 P.m left on a three-day boating trip'the car. ty. County school board a year ago tivities until the Supreme "It's worse than that," rephed fields in Europe Sa
Sp.m. 2:47 p.m. a few hours after the shooting Twelve of the 26 Negroes at Judge Troy W Hall of Lake ;1ot to admit five children of Court's segregation ruling, the Judge. "It's empty." rica. a.


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COHORTS OF DARKNESS, reformatory school rejects,
and brethren, I was pushing a pot around .the poljahed
mal ogau y the other day 'inlomf Hildeaway, musing'on
th-tal, 4 quacy of woen in~"l' speuts. -, id-
miring the cathedral style which Red hs-iven his. oitf.
The effect ie achieved .by. Scotch tap.R all iort of
odd sized, opaque pieces of glass together in #he manner
of g stained j lawiadow. R- t
The relieous note is further mairtaineriQ the ) ts
of pedestrians nbd other road users as Red's v2ticle, carves
through the traffic like a ruanrway threshing machine.
A grave regleous air having thus been struck In my
musings, lhe exploratory nind turned its attention to the
Archbishop of anterbury, a'fellow in the rqligiouf buWs-
ness, who has been in the hews lately because a- guy
named Townsend seems to-have the decency to bear-hih.
self with polite fondness towards a girl nampd MIargrLt,
.It would .not distress ne o much if .this ar Fpshp
chap was simply anti-marrie, Couldn't blame high in te
least for that. e's got six kds, I believe, and should t dre-
fore well knhew ,the Impossibility fo pursuing the life of
tranquil torpor with a wife shreWing round the thaqk
about episcopal gaiters left on the floor, and making. ridi-
culous demands to pay the milkman before eveh the
brewery bill has been settled.
Were the archbishop, critical of marriage per so, his
policy could be well understood.
But his gripe stems from the fact that the first altar-
trap sprung on this Townsend chappie was bailed with a
character who bestowed her favors more widely than the
law demands, and Townsend had the divorce judge open
the trap and let him out. This, it would appear, renders
Townsend unsuitable companion for Margaret.
Clearly, Townsend has failed to make a sufficinet
study of the more delicate rules of royalty.
One of Britain's jolliest jackrabbits: King Charles It,
of Kathleen Winsor fame. The princely brothers of crazy
King George III made Rubirosa look like a piker.
King Edward VII, in the beginning of this century,
.had to be reminded upon occasion to lower the shades.
Little credence is given to any theory that King Edward
VIII found Baltimore's Wallie Simpson under a bunch of
And they try to knock Townsend because .his wife
went off. On the conduct of the man personally, they have
failed to pin the slightest criticism. The blood royal is a
Oh, yes there's something about Townsend's belog a
commoner. There was a time about 15 years back exactly
when another of us writing chaps, name of Churchill, drew
some attention to Townsend and his buddies "never be-
fore in the history of human conflict have so many owed
so much to so few."
Put another way, the Battle of Britain pilots of whom
Churchill was talking had saved Britain in every bit as
gallant an action as that of their predecessors who. like-
wise outnumbered and outgunned, brought unhappiness to
the admirals running the Spanish Armada.
What happened to Drake and Hawkins and Effingham,
the victors against the Armada? A grateful Queen Eliza-
beth, daughter of old Charles Laughton Vill, showered
them with all the rewards the happy land had to offer.
What happened to Townsend, one of the captains who
saved Britain in 1940? Margaret's father certainly] honor-
ed and admired him, but now he is told fhe-t'onlr f bm-
moner. Like Churchill that's bad? ,
A Battle of Britain victor is placed in a status in-
ferior to that of a mewling, inbred character who consti-
tutes residual evidence of the off-post antics of some ap-
ple-polishing aide who toted Henry. V's bow and, arrow at
Agincourtt ar. backstaire' bliq who kept Henry VIII or
Charles 11 .wellvtocked with telephone numbers. Or some
usurer who staked the king to the palace payroll after he'd
shot his wad wenching.
From-such deathless deeds, given a few years forget-
fulness does aristocracy spring.
But an hmetet guy whu ought gallantly and person-
ally in his country's finest hour pgets the back of the hand
Pardon me, I forgot to insert into the queue of suit-
able suitors for Margaret, away aead 'of Townsend, the
tattered gaggle of unemployed monirohs on the beach in
the Riviera. I I 1 .!
A bunch of hemophelic roulette-players, brave stock
for the ruling house of so sturdy a country as Britain. This
would be the same sorry crew Elsa Maxwell pfled aboard
some tub in Venice recently and exhibited to thp much-
fut-upon natives of the .Aegan islands. As if the poor
islanders don't have enougI trouble tending their own
S' Well, there's the rlndoWn on the reasons, moral and
social, why some NeandertMl throwbacks in high places
i in Britain rate the 20th century fighter pilot unaditable
mating 'material for the laughing, dancing 20th century

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And now the theme Is. .snfakes. Coral jobs. rlday this
pellucid repository of all thetis significant on the'~thmus
Sran a story about some Gls over at Sherman decisioning
| a coral snake 3ft. long. ;
"So what," remarks James R. Byersy the man whl keeps
the Army's pipes icy. -"Ditto," observers Joseph Stokes.
"WMe too," comments Irvin Bryson. Final returns are not
yet in from Los Gatos, Cal., current habitat of Legy Ben-
Atyhow, the four cited in the bans above swear and
attest that while hunting for mermaids or some suc down
at the end of the Azuero Peninsular July 27, 1953, a 5 ft.
4 in. coral snake personally hit the jackpot at their camp-
fire lying session.
How now, Sherman? How now, mermaids,
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week is the real
old snake oil. The Sherman coral, 3 pt. 0 ins. The Azuero
coral, 5 ft. 4 ins. And if that doesn't make -
S for 11 a.m. today, you might as well quit believing in

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tume nlass of the fashion .s riow put on by the Pacific Ever-
green Club receive prizes as announced by Mr. R. K. Morris,
far left.. Others, left to rignt, are 'dressmaker Irene Smith,
asodel Carmen Smith, dressmaker Lcka Martin, model. Camels
aleckburnt model Theresa Cox, dressmaker Perlna Thompson,
model Ester Thomias, dressmaker Carmen Lyons.
Charming models, lovely crea- Carmen Lyons, model Celia Ram-
tions of the dressmaker's art, and sey. Honorable mention, Noa Mc-
music highlighted the recent fash- Pherson, modeled by Marcia Med-
lon show staged by te Pacific ford.
Everoreen Garden Club at thep Adult Department winners
Pacific Service Center. were:
A completely crowded auidito- Picnice group: 1. Lillian Wil-
rium greeted the display of cot- lams, model Aminta Barber; 2.
ton garmets suited to v a r o u s Millicent Blackburn, model Mi-
times of day and different pur- riam Murrel; 3. Mercedes Ortega,
poses. Teenagers and adults corn- model Josefa Quintero.
prised tte two departments of the Tea-time Group:. 1. Ernie Seew-
show. art, model Dorothy Powell; 2. Glo-
During the entire program or- ria Newball, model Sislyn Trott-
han music was contributed by man; 3. Hannah Moore, model
Luis Azearraga. Constancia Bell, Muriel Vassal..
a soprano-from the Atlantic side Cocktails; 1. Ruby Phill lis mo-
gave twb vocal solos, to the ac- del Dotsie Gallimore;; 2. O01 ga
companiment of Cornelius Lam- Henry, model Theresa Berry: 3.
bert. Cecilia King, model Cristina Bus-
rn.age settings were done by tamante.
Capt. John Leitnecker of the Air Evening: 1. daisy Hassocks,
Force. model Blanche Rose Jordan; 2.
Prize winners in the various. Ester Gittens, model Claudine Mc-
groups In the teenagers depart- Intosh, 3. Betty Cherry, odel
meant were as follows: Constance Hayes; honorable men-
Travel group: 1: Dressmaker I- tion, Olga Henry, model HiIda
rene Smith, modeled by Carmen Jonas.
Smith; 2. Lidia Martin, modeled
by Carmela Blackman; 3. Perina Door prizes were dra w n by
Thompson, modeled by Theresa Mrs. Luis Azcarraga and present-
Cox; honorable mention, Esther ed by Mrs. R. K. Morris, who
'Thomson, dressmaker, Carmen also distributed the prizes to the
Lyons. winning dress makers.
Vacation Group: 1. Andrea Lyn- Judges for the show were Mrs.
ton, .modeled by Vilma Crooks; Pearl Shirley, Mrs. Delia Lyons
2. Gwendolyn Sherwood, mideled and Mrs. Lilian' Grant.
by Annabelle Layne; 3. Doris Wil- Carlos Diat aild Sonia Garridg,
son, modeled *by Norma Ramsey. accompanied by Cornelius Lam-
Back-io-school Group: L Andrea bert from the Escuela Nacional de
/Lynton, model Yvonne Crooks; 2. Danza.. (National School of Danec
Pina. Thommp4, mqat' 1 octavia i,& captivated the,audience with
Clement: Ruby Phips mi odel two Spanish dances.
Rosa Hylton. A special gift was presented to
Prom Group: IErnestine gall- Mrs. Acarraga wife of the or-
more, model- Jean Alleir; 2, May ganist, by Miss Inez McCl e a n,
Drew, model Grace Prescott 3. president of the club.

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FAIR AND WETTER-Sarah Lee, of Memphis, Tenn, "Fairest
of the falr of 1955" thought it was fun to help bathe aprize
heifer at the Mid-South Fair in Memphis. But she got a most
expected shower'bath when the beast shook itself. Walter
Ruby, right, the regular heifer tender, was glad to give up his
job for the moment.

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Looking for a dessert with eye? minutes. Add hot wutr. sitr unt.
a appeal that really tastes as good gelatin is dissolve d. Ad swee.teed
S. as it looks? We think we've found confessed milk, lemon juice, lemon
t bectcit for you. rind, and pineapple jui ce. 8t ir -
n Pineapple Bavarian Cream Ptil well blended. Place bowl i pa
One tablespoon plain gelatin, m ofl ice water. Stir untl mix are
S.cup cold water, cup hot water, begins to thicken. Whip cream and
2-3 cup (V2 15-ounce can) sweeten fold into gelatin mixture. Poitr ato
a s oCondensed milk, 2 tablespoons le- mold which has been rinsed in cold
I ome study is both simpler nd more efflelent when the ser- on juice, teaspoon grated lemons water. Chill. When set, tnmld a,
roundings are right. This chd has e right lighting, a com- ind. 1 cup canned pineapple juice, serve with custard sauce, h
frtable chair and t. all con ve to a pleasant study hor. rind. cup cannedvy cr ineam.pple juice, s apple or berries.
S^ J^&dffiSf o gelatin in cold water 5ti ope whi i
BY GAILE DUGAS or athletic team. Moral support good, too.Soften gelatin in cold water 5
'and understanding from parents O o( o
I kla Ith is a basic part of happi- is essential in situation like this, a.n Prune Whip
l e'r The old rule of starting your but there are other helps, too. One (15-ousce) can sweetened
ihild out right with a sound break-, O 5 c
st still holds good. Dr. Glen Dancing lessons often help co- mil cp lemon jice, 1 1-
I'n of ,heNutrition. Foundation ordination and cut down on shy- n t i.Jenae (ng4 cl p juce, 1 1-3
ports a children who eat wellIness. Making your home a "place cups (1-pound package cooked
fore rtipg out for s c h o o I where his friends feel betw en' e prunes, pitted, 2 egg whites.
ake er grades, have a your child and his teacher, avoid His d t c ldl r se tncodesed
-ighter outlook amd more energy the tempLation to solve it by pick- ). a.. and en jen s l
r outside activities. ing up the phone. Instead, make stir until mixture thickens Ad
1 ;y shy child in kindergarten a trip to school, introduce your- The sllan line of fall, expressed in three very different ways, is fale liaed in the whit sa. This eol go to dinner, the prunes beat with electric mixer
Sve oble Ty to pe- self t the. teacher and talk it o- a flattering one. Richard Cole uses it (left)in a bouc wool theater or a ee part. asemb fro ichard Cole ta beate til ell blended
re him in advance for e a c h ver. If you're dissatisf led with the Jersey sheath with wide neckline jeweled in pearls, crystals fright) has lined box Jacketver long-walated boele knit Spilling and spotting: The e
w station, but don't be over- school procedure or facilities, join and rhinestones. White satli* sheath by freds (center) is jersey dress In rey s lin rd-ad-black. Jacket a two distressing food accidentsB a egg tes itno
tective. Give him an afternoon ithe P-T.A. and take an active fastened with jeweled buttons, toppedby black coat.In ribbedijeweled buttons.-y GA DUGAS, NA Women's Editor. seem to happen to teen ager dry. Fold egg white into prune
mo dofinbread, jam and mTIIhek part in school- affairs. c ,, ... ....... mo o b lh_ a ore often than to any other age i. Pou tondvdual erv
adwih day. .... L group A blob of coffee on t h e Ing dshes. h til.
her meals (for school ch II- sleeve, a touch of hallmburgeran ,
ekne t maltl ag sol b e "ull ( V t B T j I i t + + r t "
en oall aes) should be f the lap and the dress is ready fo se mothers feel theve neg
d balanced. You can't always the laundry th ough it's been elected some part of upbrinn,
kids from eating hot dogs Ofl O W il worn only an hour so t, .
r lunch, but you gan Ieep .them ,I This. can. make the situation
althy with diet sppl ements.- This od of accident worse. Constant surveillance i a
caps offer botlt v ius and BarSTE Par f t of the stumbling upstairs.... restart can seem to caus w
in sel. Or, .thr g frut f ni By u R ferried the women stay at home falling over one's own feet that s he leap from the gla
red liquid c J frup bpC jg you've been stymqd int at PARTS (NEA) The only no t toit h- so ridiculed in the movies. u's and w taffeta r
o ts c get ether axttve n ora thi 'worse' than lo sing a od Imen setting aside a fixed landular adjustment and te
Te t wy e. oos hosthh ounpaio tablepreparationin* 1 reputation ,w ta it turns out, iss osing s fo hosheo esig. u jc "ccponro oh as einthlbu
s u a a to t to three year-old a bad reputation. For exampr le: M working men an peasas seaind g physical form. an o T y
uhie tesl plo..a t Holm this if there's no objection very Frenchman and his brother s'- theya turned all tleir money oTver I ies m ao the G r a g ts or f o l
nearly endog Ow t ren I a s M doctor' mix with little re' td r. r 5 r ateyirn aen i r o a y ane vr It driesA mothers dirs Th wa the ap
nine or o a s r er o n t at su10ey of ohe len sb (n td ne to their women who then man hen they don't realize t-o r e"o t cia s otp dbet wel a pt e a d ei th.t lnp,

teo1 h se ot inulat.el syrup and serve over i e t e tAccordesing to a nations al survey t ,4 n t se is he Thy t ant t o 1a s therra
ents w n'ta t to this.)u M portion of ice cream, as a here on "he Behavior of the IT 'A o oaged the finances. wen ys on al m ire

T eFses py oldnaaltlO J r er a h. A er 37 ot he o os, o s ot Certan p elted and am pta lt iign ay
.Let your d pa ;y for awhie de ,French Man," shameful times w l Almost the men Te osed to ea t or Ia

d queried wanted to be "pals" with hey can't ,undertan l t t r r
"BYnh cms s lIsso d have come to Gaul. The national UI their er children and break the. patare s many dresses in the ula e ae shalt
in do his homework. Teenagers: I Baby s. a chow hound, and moustache droop and a large te oe f y d o dr or why daughter s Is ots
s at ey d i ea blTt dwormk m rp o,. bottle lsd wotry deliarve tear rolls down the nationalLAt hA te foir fathers an grand ati e o out In a dress that's uell n ein o e
t wellt din ou n t them away i l cheek. AMoverg ren ost desi re success in their work, e d Aprons, s o oe a s ,ash
ithen tele hotw am anr the holes saWt r a hot needle. For the Averes Frenchmann .e which many said they preferred They feel that their rea ing clthe so e
Thel end, y ro t nems etinpliers t la o r the hedle F t s anwth e daeIr l ento their play. Moste want enough has been poor and that they, have W cooking or lean g th
The emotional, stblems are the 'and enlarge only one hole in tsin poll about' himself, -
es that tend to throw teenagers, each nipple at a time until you've' irs suns and totals, reported h[ mone traveltoto wn an car brought up child who willfr-room Ti way, thl spotslne.o'
,t.u ,aa~otlando a house in the country for ever have a spot on the niektie. part oftne decorbti a w
sometimes, poor grades meanfound correct outuit for baby's in the women's weekly magazine "sdr._d -" ', :my, old age." This is the reason they get o e use te-rotain
at they didn't makTe a-srority input. ..Elle, tell this sad, virtuous tale: nc a w hre aly Gones, It would seem, is th *e s iot e ran h
....m 1. Marriage. Fo, 31 per cent t ..t s a l oth, the gay d ..
-.. + of the men, their wives are O"be- arer, toe oaa .r, th e d o ..,,..
.71 loved mates." For 27 per cent, vr'" e er mounteb ak loe th roher. m The
For the rest, wives are both be-,l*ath oncemwlkFrance onlyya
tCa) loved mates and Irituds. .o e100. omthecsteirmeoyphelorem
2. Love. Onea-third of the mendoesU110stereotyF, pereman. b .
or 70 persentofathem.mar-,re introduced ow t", can be of assat

It was a v.ry, e4joyatble we#ek' detacbed a ;,d us. for the purse. 3tWr wives more; 22 per cent -en..For30percent, a beautifulen. Those who can afford these nogs .
ld spent in t4Ieuntry with!loveitheir wives "in a dffnerenttum nenothigwhenItherepducts, rush out tobuy th4m, e se re a
X-werdhPh-eiral-'harmsqtoct tt tsee y anoa-
speaking, A. huar, nvitation, It At's justn"hl"h ard and.... ,.n tCad meimtt +ed-ilove3hadnwan--,B.utonecommentator on the! 16spi en

ems to deserve something in ad- perfumer. ,oomep th its o w n: ter4 of the mpn'flt thagt f a it h-e rthan a bach-' ho can't spend .more than an e es her l..y

a is a gal le04 .ioftgran*. cents witi the mighty-h*M"to'frt 30 per cent-e eoda, "But not for Jnhaowry-wweisu
th National pastime. The radio. 5. Family, Nqarly 50 per cenf (One French statistics analyst, riage. And while fhe anth eleorand- looking i their teens. ,'The rat ot the female ila
wenmaof ny.he.r.W..,,u 40,per cent nnstay close to seas They oughtn't to wapt to do it.the time t r+ e

medical realm. can 'really help ounce jars by a well 0 a0s-
women with specific. problems. meties house. Many other. uso it

It's The Self-Centered
WhoPont 0BYwnhutsBy URAL= LAWKEliCE j, es, she'll threaten to spank
O 0rIn tlt O Own IF aults 1 ,. ,_ ihim ut she'll never do it. she
ONLY last weeke r., Bryan can't. For spanking has been i
was warned that if he didn't leave sold to Bryan's mother as "Uned-
t he paints in the garage alone. ueated" and "old-fashion-
he'd be spanked. ed" punishment that rates I t
A man askb. "Why do so many They are saying in effect, Itn This afternoon, he ignored the user as an unsophisticated yokel.
women make a habit of pointing more interested in myself and the, warning. Desirming white paint, Le! The sad thing is, she can't con-
out their faults and shortcomings? impresalt n I am making than i climbed up on a box to select it trol him by love, either. Though
.He goes os to say that recently anything else. fro .the cans on the g a ra g e Bryan's mother kids herself that
he and his wife ran into a one- And then, of course, they are sheilf. 'With the can in his hand, she believes in control by love,
time neighbor the) hadn't seen in; calling attention to the failisg that' he was preparing to c 1a m b e r she really thinks it's impractical.
months wben the, were shopping they should be hoping will go un- dowh when his mother called him. And I think her point of vei w
lat a supermarket noticed. It iartled him. He dropped the is quite general.
They were delighted to see her "can, and the paint splased out
-wowermdagh whoseeies. .. he ga a e lo r
but her first comment w "Oh That is why the woman who is ove the garage floor. In a wonderful little book call-
dear, I look such a mess hoped forever calling attention to her B an was not spanked. ed "Behavior and Misbehavior,"
I wouldn't see anyone I know', faults has so little charm for oth Hik mother's hand Impressed no James L. Hymes, Jr., addresses
Hr ..... r. le. us. ownf. She cant forget herself lonkipain upon his body. What she did these words to teachers: "The
SHer reamarK let us down flat. enough to show a real interest in'was cry, "Look at that mess! heart of the problem of discipline
And at a matter of fact we prob- others. Yet at the same time she Weris't you told to leave those Is that some children are getting
ably wouldn't have paid much is impiping that she really isn't paint alone? Go on get out of too little Control. They are not
attention to how she looked if she very much after all. aere before I hit you. ." getting enough real fear-it takes
hadn't insisted on our noticing by: So we see that her love made real fear-nor enough real love.
her embarrassed apologies." AU rights reserved no e hort to impress reason an his You must control one way of the
He's right. Unlike most men, NEA f enie, Inc. minAd, either. Faced with her other. You mudst e one thing or
many women do make a habit of son's heedless action. -ryas' the. Yo must stand or ..
calang attention to their faults and SUIPRIhE mREISi mother put controls upon it Ae7th- s*em l ave childsm
ottshortcowrings. er through his fear of pain nor too much on thewl own."
CHEBOYGAN, Ukth. -(UP)- his reason's appreciation of it.
They're always saying. "My hair* Mrs. William Blastezak was mysti-I As a result, Bryasn a fterbed Parents, tooo, have to stand fore
looks such a mess," "I'm ashamed fled when she raceVd a blue rib from this expeione undisiplined soe g. If we don't treay be-
to have you see the house looking bon recently from the Northern by either fear or love. leve is control by love, then let's
-this way, "Im so stupid Lbout Michigan Fair. Thei her daughter, Why does his mother limit her caltrol by fear. The important 2
sueb-and-such, "There I go, put- Nancy, 11, explained that she had con**e of him to com$lWt? thk Is not what hwedeldeveWee
tiag my foot in my mouth again. taLken along one of her mother's I think the answer is a simple the For mW we* mm F"r*mewhave me ext& keep sp a1116tigfa
dog bhmI-king these remarks and in coffee takes when she entered a Ioe. -Bryan's mother has just not on decision, there's asn o s appeance, a pecos creamsrh
IMena thehimen0bees dineupon:otheeleentkthathes ahdetoaretPo
So rs 1k thor they are adver- pan of muffias in the baked goods decided whether she's for control. way of learns it beenelemetat is
tisiar two things that shouldn't be contest. Nancy won a red ribbonling children by love-or by fenri wrong One. We s turn a erom it known vitamins and some unknown ones.
advertised., for her musfss. of -pa. wrong one. We can't turn ftron I4



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". The next meeting of the club, H
,E 7 ncwb will be in November.. at which N SHORTS .
S" r time a guided tour of Fort Gulick -- -
.,a a*andth USRCAREB o h o o 1, Do 0n t buy l 56 car
". John J. Davis, Post and School BLOCK ISLAND,R.L -DonP) -t bu
Commandant, is planned, the Percy N. LittlefiM4, i light-
^7 <- pex134 definite time aid date will be an. noue keeper at Sany Poi', put a
nouniced lptdr. note tf a bottle and to it into
.. A auk- nr", So w.a T y. _ei ~ J0 the Atlant ic Z n 908. Afer year.the NEW
CPO Wives Club -amun .-. ..ol .sein pe- the bottle. was unOd wa ashorvlt
j,~g. vP ,aItaLt o one altle Of Coco Sol Tour tin Cape Hatteras; NC. .
L4 at .r a" .-0140 2.0 741 Ad 9,00 IOom lED bi rtp wti
J1 0 20 L 1Solo enjoyed a recent luncheon at hP be ,ceaed by sl- CONCOR ..N H4., -- (UP) CheVrole
SHotel El Panama' and conducted .- Don't bother fishibg #or trout when C v
tour of the hotel grounds and gar- the water temperature goes over
dens Balboa Church Couple Club 75 degrees. Conservation officers
Meets Tuesday in this state's lush fishing regions
Thce who attended included The Cople eJub of the Bal- says the trout become dorpant in -
the Mesdames lorothy AlI e y,. boa, Union Clrch will meet water so warm, ..
Wikna Dyer, Al Franklin, Jane'Tuesda I n the church, social I
Gosnell, Eileen Heyne, Ma xCi n e rooms ai 6:30 pjn. EALTHY WORKER
Jones, Lois Herr Vi Fenning,
Kathy Kamzel Eilen K i n g Aftvr the potluck supp'r ari ST. PAUL, Minn. (UP) Wil-
-Helen King, Ann Kredell, Ch hor bins meeting the lam Strub freshis good
iott Larson, Betty Mar I health cost him 2,776 hou rs i s J
protdeL Ms B M a M group Wille, to the Y.M.C..A. leave during his 46 years as a post- Fag I; V J
siaMe;ad, Noga Z. Noga, ackie auditorium to near A le ure en- a employ@ w. Strub never m issed an
Pate, Shirley Saunders, Eleanor ttled "River Trail given by hour because of illness. He'sr m now ab b w
Skirka, Beatrice Thompson, W- Mr. Ted Henter and Mr. Elmerause of e Hes nowled b
lentinson, Lois Walker, M a r i e $tevenu. ,- -etr-weed ap. d Cugs he q.
endetti Mary 3. Phfllip,. P a at Wel is the second of a series THAT MAN AGAIN p t ...we Mars y o o -n o
Cyr an Priscilla Cressy o. of lectures on Outdoor Adven-- TRHar weald-IMMA. ,eae Ie-new.
Orchid Chapter"' M tures In -Panama MILWAUKEE (UP TV-a. R Cl mfleda. w Il earIb A .16
Plans alboa Baar t ,minded four-year Cryl A
Pasal'Bazarte a Wives i Kamps, has her a version of

The Annual Baza spon ed The Ft. ytn N.Co Wves "on dy. Tue Dishey," she' .
by Orchid ChapterNo. Order ClubwIll thir monthly itold her ot ,
of Eastern Star, Bplboa. will be social at the t. Clhyt n N.C.
--.,-hClub Tuedaniht,at7:30 o,.
held at the Scottish ite Gemple, clock.
"boa, Saturday,, Nov. 5,j)egin-
,ing at4 p.m. c The affa4r0wlll be a Hhlloween

A Italia Spaghe tt. dinner will o atume ISrty, prizes Will beS T SE L
Served start at 5 p.m. ard mem

Cedefao C., pligbted her troth to Mr. Gordon Lee Klawitter. The brst man and ushers w6re air- ewirAnd-Handicraft
pe riend of the groom. Tickets may be 'Prchased from i p M ng
flowers were d any member of te committee or The Sewng. 'd Hand ft
F't. GULICK OFI'ICERS' WIVER CLUB WELCOMES flowers were the bright red bose- ll.. .s. ......... e, Group of the Church of O a .-
NIKETEBN-NEW MEMIERS AT COFFEE MEETING gays present the. new membersiby o calling Mrs Lu i s e Sortel. ,r o t Church o-
The first. meeting of the fall sesison of the Fort Gulicek lencia. Carlos. F. Vega, Thomas Barnes, phone 2-1. the home of .Mrs a.. A .
Officer's Wives Club aid a coffee honoring nineteen new mem- 8. Dube.-, C.'. Rodriguez, a House No. 207 in .at s
bers was hetl Thursday at the post officers club., James F. ul Abe r Wedewd g l located behind the setmi hous
Stetz. Elalio- A. Aurgos, Edris ed. white elephant and prbee pt..
Sdez Jn Cbanes William booths willt be featured. All m embers o the l
The business of the group was gram, Mrs. Eddie L. Dono h 0 Dominguezs. V -M. Nav4s.p There will also be a fish potheid and hpeipr ffr tae blmv.!N
conducted by the newsly elected hospital; Mrs. Ralph R. Arm s, ert L. Mills, iiam H. Ra -- ,!-nd surprise entertaiment-for thebaar.
officers hemmed by Mrs. Harry J. reservation and Mrs. William T. Arturo Letona, Jame. aer,- Al children. .
McGinnes 'Jr., president assisted Drydale,' publicity. Mrs. Leo V varado A. .Reyes, Rudolph J. 01- The public is invited. *All mc b ,erstd )dle, ,
by Mrs. J. M. Trinidad, vice- Hayes was designated to head a govesan. callClube b adquarters .
president; Mrs. Raymond White, special Halloween committee to Mrs. Hans G. Ruthe and rs. I,7.'C Tto Visit B
secretary; Mrs. Hilsey M. Kloak, plan a party for children of the W. Um-plerre were absent. Preidencia, Me es Barrett, Nord &
treasurer; and Mrs. William Hil- members. Guests included Mrs. Edmund Lefevre Home., Eanrtain Balboa
bush, Mrs. Frank E. Favreau and The very enjoyable refresh. 3. Coe mntaoduced by Mrs. Edward Panama, visiting the museum, a WMren's Card Group .. ..
Mrs. LeRdy C. Weygand, the ments were arranged and served J. Blumenstein and Mrs. Walter Panama, visiting the museum, a Mrs. Helen Barrehtt an Mrs.
board of governors. by the co-hosteses for the coffee Goggans presented by Mrs. Per typical old home in Panama, the Maja Ndrden were hostesses to
Mrs, McGinnes appointed chair- the Mesdames Ralph R. A r m s H. Langsjoen. polleras of tht late Ramona Le- the Balboa onian's Club heard
men' to standing committees ff as and William E. Hilbush. The door prize, a beautiful co- efvre, and tle Presidet n cia, on roup at the Army and N a v y
Mrs. LERoy M. Glodell, ospitali- Adding eolor and charm to the bait blue flower vase was won !Thursday. The tour willmeet at lub on Thursday, for d e ss e r t
ty; Mrs. James'E. Smith, pro-gleaming service and freshly cut by Mrs. Leo V. Hayes. the Tivoli Hotel at 8 a.m. card party to the following mem- PANAMA COLON
bers and guests Edith Br 6 w n,
Flora Hack, Audrey Kin ca id,
.... .. ...... ... Blanche Schilling, Ruth Jenkins,
Maxine Fitzgerald, Dorothy Trim,
Sally Crne, Florence Klepper,
Kay Danlels Helen Bat'rett Maya &
Nordeng, Susamnna Katalik, *, a r y
Mortoid, Julia Goodenough, Mar.ia
Days, Ruth Bourgeois, Mary Rup-'
pel, Elsie Ettinger, Sara Rowley,L veIt fo
,Blanche Wright Mrs. Conrad, Sel- L -"
mas Huff, Edith Voss and Louise
Merchant. Its legancwI
Margarita Recreation
Assn. Sponsoring
SHalloween Party Choose for
,.:. The Margarita Recreational As.
X /, sociation will sponsor a Hallowe'- a
en party for all Margarita chil- t accuracy
dren onh Saturday at the Marga-
X.' ..,. 'rita Playshed.
: ''.*.-: The program will start at 3 p.
X."' .. -.,. m. for children from' kindergarten! tta1 diamond.
.. thru the sixth grades. Prizes will W. an
IV be given for the best Hqllowe'en i Otut mtcs ,-et
costumes and the most original in; .a.nI,,, Ame, 4
.-'.'...'" each group. r
S. From 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. a Sock
Dance~ will be held for the Teen- -
agers with an orchestra and priz-
es for sport dances.
(Additional Social News on P. 9)

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FOR SALE:- Quartermaster ta-
ble, coffee table, wicker chair,.
6 oak chairs, bed. Balboa 2826.
FOR SALE:-2/4 mahogany bed,"
night table $50; vanity with
bench $25; buffet with hutch.
bleached mahogany $50; ma-
hogany china c!e5t. $25; steel
cabinet $5; $seral Electric
mixer $35; bookcases $45, $35,.
$25. Phone 3-5366.

FOR SALE:-Kenmore deluxe 3-
speed Irmer, knee controls, 60-
cycle, used less than 6 months,
$150; mattress box spring
comliatioui twin bed *six, les
than yter old, neybr used, $25
each. 86-3146.
FOR SALE:-Quartermaster din-
ing room table, 4 chairs, 3 dress-
en, rug, vacuum ;leaner practi-
cally new; miscellaneous arti-
cles. Phone Balboa 2921 or call
at 0431-G4 Apeon.
FOR SALE:- Rare opportunity!
Living room set: 4 elastic-body
arm chairs and big sofa, three
tables (all manklooanv, made by
Cowest, oily $190; Chinese
teakwood three sectiono screen,
exouisitely. carved figures for
$160; One solid mahogany three-
section diswiountable wardrobe
$80. Inquire at 39th Street No.
28. Phone 3-0339.

FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Con.
verthile, radio, Fordomatic, w/w
tires, etc. Condition excellent,
duty paid. Accept trade-in. Call
office Panama 3-0996 after 5
p.m. 3-4786.
FOR SALE:-Cadillac Fleetwood
in perfect condition, w/rfdlo,
w/s tires and all theo oxtra,
$990 cash. Cal Johnny, Phone
2-2636 or 2-2431 .
FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Sedan
$550. Call Panama 3-4808 aft-
or 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:- 1948 Nash con-
vertible oo4 condition, excel-
lent buy. Phone 2921 or call at
0431-G, Ancon.

(UP) Sister M. Caudianne
at Sacred HeArt School has four
sets of twins in her kindergarten-
first grade classroom. There is one
boy-girl duo two sets of boys and
one set of girls.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -(UP) -
After appealing a 60-day sentence
for striking a policeman, Joseph
Pouncey wound up with a nine-
month term. ....

ERTHY DOANCINtO-Dynamic Ertha Kitt, world-famed for her
singing of exotic songs in several languages, has added dancing
to her repertoire. She's pictured above with her partner at a'
Las Vegas night club, where she introduced dancing into her act.'
It went over so well she later had a dance routine in a TV spec-,
tacular. .-



Bypaying a considerable sun of money in addition to
the record praie Daid for the stage comedy hit "THE SEVEN
YEAR ITCH' which is In the third year of its continuous
run or-Broadway, 20th Century Fox received permission to
Release the mutton version concurrently with the play. Con-
sequently the film, which stars Marilyn Monroe and Tom
EweUllwill have its local release on Wednesday at the BEL-
LA VISTA Theatre. The supporting cast Includes such stel-
lar players as Bve.yn Keyes, Sonny Tufts. Robert Strauss,
Marguerite Chapman and Oseaf Homolka.
Tom Ewell who originated the role of Richard Sherman,
the summer-bachelor husband with the roving eye and
vagrant lauination, recreated it for the screen. In the
story he .mows to lead a quiet life after sending his wife
and S to a summer resort, but his vivid imaginings re-
sult in a continuous chain of hilarious Incidents
The most pbiielaed scene in "THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH"
is the famous a kltblowing sequence which was filmed on
loaba r t City, the locale of the story.
Don't ml.a tUis new Clenameope production, which
Opena ft) We neuday at your BELLA VISTA Theatre. Advt.

ATTENTION 6 11 Just J.llt
.modler furnished atm s,, l,
2 bedrooms, hot. old w a t* .
Phone Panama 3- 941.
FOR REt4T:-2-bi roem apast-
ment. 'bi patio, near bus atep,
San Francisco. Phone Bal. 1464,L


ard whose addiction jates back to
the days of Sir Henrt Lytton (Sa-
voyards will know I*w long ago
that was- is happy to assure other
Savoyards wherever Oey may be,
that all is well within the sacred
temple the D'Oyly Carte' Ca4f-i
pany is, if anything, better than
t wasi,
Fears of impending dissolutiol
ran through the world of Gilbert
nd' Sullvan back in: 1951 when
dissension broke out i4 the com-
pauy and certain of its' luminaries
withdrew. To the addicts, there
can be no" acceptable G, & S.
without the D'Oyly Carte Company
which acquired the style and tech-
niques from G. & S. themselves
and have upheld the: traditions
down through all the generations
Americans now are getting their
first chance to see (and hear) for
themselves what the ultimate re-
sult of the dissension was, as the
company makes its first American
tour since then. This writer, burn.
iag with curiosity and,,with any
iety, too looked it over. with
mind teeming with memories of
its past glories.
And what do you know! For the
most part you'd hardly be aware
that anything had changed. The
mannerisms were all correqt the
under pIay n g was A placed
at precisely the right point is the
scae, the inflections conveyed all
the meanings th't they should. But
the male and female choruses had
been considerably refurbished, par-
ticularly the female one. The faces
were much younger and prettier
- the voices more ;youthful and
girl ly naive. Is
Pratt Is Okay

As for the new player of the
main comic roles if they're not
correctly played, G. & S. operas
have, to lay an egg he is Peter
Pratt, aged only 32 years. He had
had little experience when he suc-
ceeded Martyn Green'back in 1951
when Green withdrew with others.
All the more wonder, then, that'
you forgot Green within minutes.
You realized that over his many
years, Green had gotten into the
habit of playing Green. This Pratt
was playing the prescribed charac-
ter whoever it happened to be -
Ko INo or Jack Poist or the Lord
The replacement of the late Dar-
rell Fancourt, another of the dis-
senters, was no less satisfactory.
He is Donald Adams and a
more ironic and overwhelming Mi
kado hardly in Japan ever did
exist, not even in the person tof
Fancourt. There were other new
personages in the principal parts
who gave no less assurance that
the future of G. & S. is secure.
One in particular was Joyce
Wright a Scot and a soutibrette who
can act just as well as she sings
- something D'Oyly Carte had
lacked for a losg tlne.
Isidore Godfrey, who has been
the musical director since 1925,
was conducting. In one perform-
ance he shed the audience with
an imperious wave of his baton.
You understood as long ai this
and other guardians of the temple
are aroused, all will remain well.
-Delos Smith

Bob Deais mams sm0 a
olid pilar 0t ttlsh phones
-14N 4( UM. They WaV
.paid b woku = e the bet
of a vlcol i mn t B Great
Yarmouth, haid. The te-
foot, sizx-hnh stak emi,
nated daring thel rMr, will
be used toe IM the p.IsrI.

FOR SALE: German Hatiert
mountain caniaris. excellent sing-
er $15 ea. ACUARIO T-OP-
ICAL PET SHOP, 49 Via Espafta.
Phone 3-5411., .
FOR SALE: Bargain. 3- hp,
JohRson motor 1955. sllboat
PF50, 1951 Chevrolet 2-door,
w/w tires, radio. 8214-X Cto
Street. Aalboa.
FOR SALE: Violin and cse,
good condition, $25. Phone Bl-
bea 4130 .' ,
FOR SALE:--Air ouditoR unit.
-gidal ro 1/2-40.wl ntw $150.
Phone 848, Colon.
FOR SALE i--Attention Selling
at a B.argain. Stonewo aodern Re-
fresqimla Restafrant, between
Guorero and Areosmena Ave-
nues In Colon. 9th. Street.
FOR SAtE: Deluxe amateur
station. Panda 120-9att .ramn-
millter. MRO 50-1 r ceiver, 15
and 20-meter beam., etc. Phone
KZSWZ, Balboa.2-3173.
FOR ALE liongraymare 3

FOR SALE-.-Iron gray mare, 3
years. larpg, gentle, e sellent for
begliners. Call 15th Naval Dis-
trict 2558.-
FOR SALE:-One fish aq'usi-
um, bee deerr, one aingle bed
complete, misc. articles. 359
Ancon. Phone Balboa 2384.

Real Estate
WE BUY. Sell ed Meosage Real
Estate. "The Iaspedal aI*,"
Cathedral P se. Pneeme. fele-
ibhoe 2-0857.
FOR SALE:-oquamte. New small
chalet: 2 bedre dmio kitchen, liv-
eag room, furnished; water, pa-
tio 600 meters, .eecitrly. avail-
able, residential diltriet Santua-
rio do Guadalupe, beautiful views
of sea and mountains. Owner
leaving, ski" $3000. Write
Joseph Conli, #oeunte.

Only $500 do*n payment, $20
monthly, lovely let and- small
house near Now Race Track,
800 meters, light, water near
bus. PATTERSON. 2-2346, Ave.
"A" 16.

$650 down payment, '$25
monthly, nice cool houe, high
land, Monte Oscuro, light, near
bus, price $3650. PATTERSON,
Avenue "A,' ,16, 2-2346.

MADISON, Wis. (UP) Wis-
consin paid more than $400,000
between 1932 and 1954 for damage
done by deer to farm crops. Most
of the damage was to oats, corn
and apples. .

HALLOWEEN'S THEIR HOBBY-Richard Butler, of Wilbur,.
an Indianapolls suburb, and his family wish every day were Hal
loween. Then they could smear laeir faces with grotesque make-
up, don crazy clothes and make people laugh. It started five
years ago when Butler, dressed as a sad-faced tramp, wowed
crowds watching a Halloween parade. He had so much fun be
talked his wife into joining him the next year. Since then, Hal-
oween parading got to be a family affair. They plan and work
on their costumes all year. Here they are in parade formation
with Mr. and Mrs. Butler at the helm and daughters Mary Beth,
5, and Jeanne Ann, 2%, in the baby buggy.

OUT OF THE PAST-These faBy young "nappers" arert try-
ing to set a "new" fashion trend in Leavenworth, Kan They're
pubUlciing a nearby coUege show, '"The Rearing Goldn Twentims
ICaf, From Tef are Rosamond Taylor, Claudia Chirnuside,
=rbhy Kette. Patricia McCune andti Diane Strathman. They
raided their mothers* attics for the l920-vintage clothes.
i '|

Gramlich's Santa Clas I Bach ALCOHOLICS ANONVMOUS
Cottages. Modern conviencahs, SOX 2011. ANCON, C.Z.
moderate rates. Phone Gambea BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL C.Z.
Shrpnel's furalto heuwes n FOR RENT
beach at SaUft Clarn. Telephone i*ous
Thompse, las I "72. -OU
FOR RENT -2-bedreemm thalet.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile maidw room, compkto* fur-
past Casino. Low rate. Phone niheed. Joe do Pabro Avenue
lbb.. 1866. No. 12 (Pasadena),
FOR RENT:-Small chalet. Hv.
PHILLIPS Oeeonadda CtagKs i roem,'", kitchen, 2 @.I-omae.
Sante Clara. eox 435, halboa. meW wai m id a ragre. Aveanl
Plhea Paname 1.1877. Cristo- do Mexico No. 5, between list
bel 3.167T. and 32nd streets.

Air Force Academy Has

Rigid Training Schedule

DENVER -(UP)- An ordinary pate in intramural sports of varl-
day in the life of a cadet at the ous kinds.
new Air Force Academy begins at The cadets are addressed as
5:50 a.m. "mister" everywhere, including the
An electronic IBM clock sounds a foosbill field. Here, too, Air force
buzzer that ushers in the new day lingo. has been substituted for
for these 296 future airmen. In "civilian" phrases. -
each of the academy's 13 b a r- As an example, the head coach,
racks, an Air Training Officer Bob Whitlow, told his squad that
makes sure all of his men are up his men will on longer "tackle'" an
promptly. The men have exactly 10 opponent. In Air Force tlju. they
minutes after reveille to assemble "shoot him down." He told them
outside in "breakfast formation.''" to "always keep ydur wheels
After this hasty beginning, things down," meaning "stay on your
slow down considerably at break- feet."
fast, for which an hour is allotted. Lights-out comes at 9:30 p.m.,
But, it isn't likely any cadet will earlier than at either West Point
doze off. Each' man sits in alor. Atmapolis. It's the acadeiny's
"brace" and maintains that posi- belief that the men at the other
tion throughout the meal. The military institutions "don't get
cadets can eat as much as they enough rest," so curfew was
want, but all requests must go ste ped up half an hour.
through the "head man" -- he For most of the cadets, lights-
A.T.O. officer who serves as an out is a weleonie, because it's
upperclassman and sits at the head be -i quite a day.
of each table.'
All requests have to be in Air
Force lingo. For example, if a new
dish of potatoes has been placed
on the table, one of the cadets
must advise the head man".' that
"the potatoes hay et their
E.T.O. and are on h .p, st
Th cadetrs have minutes to
strailhtei up things back at their
rooms before falling out for'classe
Classes start at I a.m. and gen.-
erally wind up at 3 p.m. The men
have two free periods for studying
between those hours. There's an-
other study period between 7 and
9 p.m. All such periods ,pre com,
The Air Force has -no contfuset
outlook on education it knowS
what it wants in its new InstitOt
tion. The cadets were told on open-
ing day that they would make be-
ter Air Force men if they would
"learn toae material rather that
just make good grades."
freshmen carry seven subjects
,English, -mnathematics, history,
philosophy. geography, chemistry
and graphics. They attpd# classes
every day except Sunday.
SReveille on Sunday is at 7;30.
breakfast at 8.
For the academy classes, a 1iulm-
ber of learning device. a" 'bees
built to further the cadets' learn'-
ug potential. For instance, there's BIG CHANGE- a" cry from
i special aialytia'iJ balance de- the washboard Chung o-Sook
vice, delsind for the 1de4sk by Park was used to at horne is
Christian ecler of New York. this autoinatic washer. The 22-
All of the-instrletors" are oMi- .year-old Korean is studying at
6ers, and most of them hold Columbus, Ohio, and ays the
masters degrees. number of machines has con-
The recreation begins at 3rp.m. vinced her that '"everything is
every day. Some 65 cadets are trY ,so- coIplleated" In the United
ing out for the academy's first States.
football team. The others partiti-

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Health Hazards ,
0 / Cause New Laws t ; carD
ri CHICAGO -(UP-- State legis-
7 latures, spurred by moves to aaapt
atomnic energy to peacetime indus-
Stry, have entered-a new field of Untilyou've een the NEW
regulion and control. th
L3/L Sixteen states have passed laws
,r.. ...s6n the safety and health
ha d s of atomic power and re
quiring empiye.O to provide or oChevroet ls biui
Stne protection Of the public and
worworkers, accor ding to Commerce
re S h w h n T et s R IClearlhg House', a national report-
Moe Shows Than Theaers epong autrity tax and business
Eleven 'of the states have de-

O Broadway For 1955-1956 Season ru on o Aew -concept in Hilh Fidif
S.- crashed through he. roof. They'll a9d queen of the theater, Alfred under their workmen's ompensa-
probably convert it into a parking Lunt and Lynn Fontanne. To laws itsurvey re rted that
lot. This list is imposing, but al- Connecticut amended its public
So the theaters that sti'remain ready the story book aspect of health statute this year to povde
op in for business are being fran- Broadway an unknown kid get- for thencarceration or isolatin by R
tically pursued by the producers ting a starring part-has come to for the e arceration or isolationin
of 112 comedies, dramas, musi- pass. Three leads in three big Io persons whose bodies conta
cals hnd assorted stage tid bits productions havw gone to un- radioactive material making them
Of that figure, masy will u- *In the coming Rodgers and Connecticut, Maine and New -I
doubtedly fail to arrive-4aek of Hammerstein m u si c a 1, "Pipe Hampshire have adopted a model
lready planned forathte pa by theasok Newnir En.g.
funds, out-of-town flops, no- a* Dream," the leading ingenue part anmstatute, prepared bytheow Eng.
valuable theater And possibly- has gone to Judy Tyler. Her only land Committee on Atomic Energy,
some others wil be added to the previous claim to fame was play- providing for coordinating develop-
list. All signs point to one of g Princess Summerfall Winter- mets regulating activities of tne
the most exciting seasons In re- prmig on the "Howdy-Doody" TV the statute, with varialons. a
I'Broadway history., i musical of which m.uch v" Both Calitfornia and New York
a t respect because is oxhectdis the Anita Loos sto-ena d atu delng th .
of the names of stars, because of is Tex-pce Adele And L' disposal of radioactive waste and
e pre t, and composers another unknown girl, Tammy issued comprehensive radiation
represented, because of the mag- Gries, snagged the leading art regulations.
nitude of some of the offerings '
n 1 opposite recotrdi n tar MAitE-UP TIME... Frank Sinatra relnoves a lip ick wear atomd workers under workmen's
There'll be stars like Claudette Desmond. The hir uno. from bble Reynods lips as they awallt the next scene for compensation are Arkansas, Colo-
Colbert in her first Broadway Jacqueline Sctt, wn the starring MGM's "The Tender Trap." Sinatra and Debbie o-star with rado Georgia, Idaho, Kansas,
earance since she became a play called "Th e wooden Dish." pavd Wayne and Celeste Holm in the comedy. Louisiana, New Mexico, New York,
_ p ere s in e o n e b e cu ne aa y_ _,,_-_ _,_.c p e a l D i s h P e n n sy l v a n i a A b o d e Ifla n d a n d r 42
Hollywood star many years abo res ,"an o a tr ...... and
AM Y RIMES: An a g Hum Crpnyn and Jessca Tan show off layseas.
break for "Amaing Adele," Van Heflin, Joseph Schildkraut, 'by to writ e and lays b-ased .
EBy DICK LEINER Lois ahern, Orsn B on best s novels. T e ..a ,t Pn i h-Button Driving so( e A
moern, Jea n.Perr Aew \Provndg pMo
NA Staff Correpode Tyrone Power Patricia N e a new play a ally two oneP-act e sond cto nlo u ro on D ri.. ee l s
EW OK Th'eg ltin Joan e Daru -Can b y Arthur Miller, pacalled g
aImd Russeh, Viveca indfors, I b,: the ldg, with' I I
+ NEW YORK -- They're fighting e Dru, Carol Ch"ta Van ef. o e o Wll y JOSEPHd W. MIVcALe Frio ti n New Cars Wa
th e r along B E lw ay, aslH ag en Ce a g z ara Sa H u te r Firan 'sn, D i,, aryo l as Aeanew 1---cent U1 V W w alg e
the a n .p on the 1955- terms. Margaret Sullavan, Claude There s a a atuon of Anne United Press Staff Correspondent
Stheric al Dauphin Jan Ster Franks T Diary of aY NEW YORK -UP)- A new The new 1956 line of Dodge even higher super Red Ram V-8
A near-re new Davis, Jr., Hele Traubel, L a Girl," which has been changed to line of passenger car and truck passenger cars will be intro- enin output. Horsepower i.l
sh -, at Horne Eddi Albrt, na M a iar of Anne Frank for he es ehlieved to be the safest ever duced to the public Priday, 23 .
Sean v p. stage. Reain s e ted. October 28, in tbe o showrooms Aftcting In its Forward Loo.
g emApe a e MALL.J sre ,r eai -om ope to of COLON MQTO IN. IN coget the 'Mt Ie Touch"
famous old Z the Margar-ta Whiti nge I-a-i eik of "exible,. highlPANAMA AN O N. t r Itor. is the
e ofIt te Margarent Wht n, Slaps ie Ga r p Viewers of the new cars are ne ae F an
last in a lon e Roenblom. Bori Karloff, Juli strength steel wire, are supposed A r A C odge hway HI-F an
houses to be aken ovr by TV as Harris, Ruth Gordon, D a d to prevent tread rupture, double promised "the lirst glimpse of automatic car record player.
a studio, and the little 48th. Steet Wayne, Michael Redgrave, Ralph -. cut resistance and eliminate tread an entirely new era in auto- operating through the car ra-
Theatre was almost completely Meeker, Rex HarriAon, Julie An- cut growth, It is claimed that the motAve design both in ex- dio. It gives 45 minutes to a
wrecked when a wster., talnyk dress, Ethel Waters and the kingH tires run 20 to 40 degrees cooler tor andnterior appearance fll hour of uninterrupted music
t To prove their strength, the tires and' in mechanical, advance- on each side of the 7-inch rec-
a were driven over double rows of ments." 'rds. A choice of high fidelity
sharp a blades, lbis of jagged Outstanding among many classical and popular recordings
broken bottles, and upturned rail- mechanical improvements is the ad even recorded readings of
road spikes without a failure. revolutionary new 'Magic Touch' selected subjects is available.
(United State, Rubber Co., ew push-button drive selector which The addition of Hi-Fi is a
Yok 20, N. Y.) completely eliminates the ne- significant forward step in the
da cessity for any kind of a gear- development of the automobile
Take one teaspoonful now means shift or drive control lever, and as a hom e-on-wheels.
"pour once-for a tablespoonlUl pou brings the automatic driving The marvel of Hi-FI is its
three times. It's all done without dreams of yesteryear to tcday's simplicity. Mounted in a con-
spoons, drips or waste motion by reality. lenient sliding drawer under the
a vel bot Ia tpot that ar tomat-. I the radically new body de- glove box, athe unit is desinea
ically mseuUres out liquids in 'tea sign for 1956, Dodge has car- as that the driver can operate
spoonfuls with each tilt of the ried the Forward Look into an it without taking his eyes from
s, even bolder, more dramatic the road. By means of a unique-
S bottle. th handy esas- form. Unique high-sweep rear ly designed pickup arm, the car
urer is.smoly molded o e-fender tal ins end an air- can be driven over the roug- Nw-registered, laboratry-balanced hih fidelity
aurevnlr es inAey of Sao hg craft-like effect and mold the est of roads without affecting-grre
lte vinyl resins to hatsle flavor of speed into every line the record player's operation in
shadmpoos, emedicines, detergents of the car, giving it at the any wav. featuring the unique Panoramic Speaker Syste
Dand otheR "plpcal without coTo same time a pronounced direc- Legion are the number of
JUDY T R"Pipe Dream" Od b ad or tional appearance. body, structural and mechanic- and custom-styled cabinetry for only
comes true for TV princess. Shrink-on bands will seal it to bet- Forward-pointing body shapes al improvements: new power.
tiF. Scott Fitzgerald's stories hav es not equipped with threadedCo Lo and moldings, tastefully pro- brakes, new safety door latches.
F. Scott Fitgerald's stories have necks. (Isle View ., portioned hood, body and deck new 12-volt electrical system, 0ou'llthrlltotheamazng"con- tun" plaque and number'vl-
been adapted by Sally Benson Angeles, Calif.) areas, gracefully tapering hood new Power Tip spark plugs, new cert hall" realism of this new, red in the owner's name. Choi
Beautiful" will star Lheis Smith. An isrume which is sid to and front fenders, and the wide, headlights and new pull.type read -to-plug-in-and-play RCA of mahogany or ght nft oak
Beautiful will star Lois Smith. An Istrument wctin defects sit slightly swept-back effect of door, handles are among thp Victpr New Orthophonic High finish. Come in today!
A ew comedy by George Axe- be capable of loca g the divided grille, all combine most outstanding. Fdelty""\'ctrola"Phonograph ...
rod, his first since "The Seven- motors, turbines, dynamos, Pumps to give slimness and tautness of The new safety door latch Here-for the first tune-is ar
Year Itch," is intrig uingly titled pipelines, automotive products andai line and a distinct feeling of comes as one of the major ad- complete High Fidelity system
"Will Success Spoil ock Hunt- machines by means of sound i motion to the new Dodge cars. vances in the field of auto- lao lory-balandby RC Vc-
er?" Orson Bean, Jayne Mans-tbeing offered. Consisting of A bent New in its basic concepts and mobile safety engineering. In-
field and Martin Gabel will star membrane and tripartie, screwec exciting in its beauty and aso- produced for use with Dodges tor for superlative performance.
atick Dennis' best-s e si n ghck-rotenctoting and th o u n tr- peal is the Four-Door Lancer by excluaite self-tightening rotors, ACAVikwk
Patrick Dennis' best-selling shock-protecti Dodge. All of the youth and It represents another great for- out of buyHiggh idet
"Atint Mamne" has been made absorbing bar, the "Trobe Detec-vigor of true hard-top styling ward step. In aslengea protec- you et t tiadvancedlea-
into a vehicle for Rosalind Rus- tor" is reported to be easy t have been skillfully combined tion bdase It ni t h emluesol the
sell. Guy Bolton has adapted Hen- operate. with the comfort and con- possibility of the atmbIle ftom the world's beat sound Mv, hr. pe.enfy
ry James' "Child of Fortune," Place the sound conductor venience of the four-door sedan. doors opening under eraih im- engineers-enclosed in a sk- ,o ds og.
and Nina Foch has been singed against the area of suspected trou- Full-width rear doors provide pact. j ngly beautiful cabinet. Each in- You tim Sl rag of sound
+ +\ as the star. Joe Stein and Will ble and the membrane next tothe easy access to the rear pas- New power brakes available strumnt bears a listedd edi- man., whe,'oa -
INTRIGUING NEW TITLE, "Will Suces pOil Rock Hunter?" Glickman, who wrote last season's ear and all types of noises a singer compartment while full for all Dodge cars equpd with '
features Orson Besa and'Jwpae Mansfield. hit, "Plain and Fancy," have two a tmplifed permitting even an inex side vision is assured by a the Power Flite transmission. HEAR IT YOURSELF! HIGH FIDELITY
Snew musicals ready "Happily periencc operator to quickly uni e dtdgn which allows the give' aster and easier response
Ever After" and "Mr. W er- and isolate 'defects causi use of full rear door windows. and easter action. Completely DEMONSTRATIONS THROUGHOUT THE DAY
-Aful" whichwil feature Sammy noise. (American Zerlo trp., Five separate series comprise new in design, the vacuum-
C Ir l r IV eD A frCa Davis, Jr. New York 1, the 1956 line of Dodge, cars operated powef unPt supplies a
SCoronet with a choice of Dodge tower assist to the brake nodal 1 YOu waV ailso have the Oppo ity O .
SNelson Algren's powerful no- Repairs on r ed or torn a to "Get away Six" or pd.. V- -8ilikage In the ratio of 2.5 times
FeaturinghMauree O 'H martin; e yalv- parts, fuel and water ta Engines; the Royal V-8: the the brake pedal mechanical ad- 100
m," has been adapted ft. a pipes, rains gutters and other m tal Custom Royal V-8 and the vantage. Built-in instantaneous

Thd If o of the tetrlu resis, that lGooFdC glas do to eAsign offers much faster brakinIVING FOR CHRISTMAS
Gaelic redhead whom, according to play in "The Hunchback of Revue." Sa msen Raphae ise be permane .. The kit is s t Important engine news of the safety factor. The easier action'
to many a male, really looks like Notre Dame," again with Laugh- has made a musical for Lena contain suffiient epoxy and r vear is the new Dodge Booer reduces driver fatigue and low- For eaeh dollar that you pay, will '
a movie star should look. And as ton. AL unmmediate success in Hol- Horne out the story of "The glass to cover 750 square hes. Red Ram V-8 engine whIch has ens pedal pressure required for I,
an exotic, mysterious lady who lywood, Maureen starred in such E QUe, of a." 1(Tayl r & Art, Inc., Oa,, 6, been upped to a total displace- stopping without power assist- get a free ticket.
pops up in Tangier, in Columbia fihlns a _"A B1 of Divorcement," Calif.) ment of 315 ublc inches, re- ance, a tremendous safety feat-
*'ictures' "Fire Over Africa," "How Green Was My Valley," Mare Blitastein's musical, "Ren- sulting in vastly increased power ure in the event of a sudden
now at the Central Theatre, Mau- "The Black Swan," "The Span- ben Reuben," with Eddie Albert' Mker" udo- and tor..e. Horaepower .. u tl of power help.
neon probably has never looked ish Main," M I r a c on 34th and Kaye Ballard in the leads, is story, "The Matc maker." du- ad. wnloe eve more s eanr I edpe ml a os sfhe lower beam
more bewitching. Macdonald Ca- treet," "Foxes of Harrow" and on the schedule. James Hilton's .ra Welty's big novel, "The .o 1 is the new "breai-awa n- t frem of the seaed eheadiQ
rey also is starred in the adven-. "Sitting Pretty." Miss O'Hara re- "Lost Horizon "has been trped ,r Heart," has been.trnd toam ~ the new''of thio sealed Dod" hatiprot
nicolo, oriousl captures Ma- Dana Andres in "Britannia the "o authors t season's ofierld e Chado vd ant as.p supt forome thealed withl intiy an ety i ghtzone at the
green's ming nair and classic News," and later went back home hit drama, "Inherit the Wind," i4..eld a -d D ead at a Pl'h'ke st valvenright side of the vehicle pathe
features and the breathless ed-s to Ireland to star in "The Quiet Jerome Lawrence and 01hbert E.ebeen tape to dth ac. paigh e snolhrle r ombus- yetrhas reduced olare for the
figure. made. eAgainst All Flags" and comedy, 'Smnall War on thrray h rop o what oe tetg iei. such other egie ht reaches the area where
Miss O'Hara, a Dublin lass, de. "Redhead from Wo raing" in HoI Hl" cream, aow. There'll surely fte Is hiJher ea red ahera s th eare- where -,,
eided at an early age on a dane- lywood and then returned to Eng.- Howard "raLinds.y shn Rse se se surprie. Iit- too bd eel create hi l em'. etom mvi met be encountered, and is
mng or acting career oro herself. Iand to make Fire Over Africa." Crouse have two project,-a at- of the ream may sour. Tha and ldnasr e ne l igh much is 60 feet more Uei g > jn
SShe studied acting at the famous Actually, the adventure drama sical .bont ,uri.'oe ca "S what ma-es Broadway. j combresl rintlo saint ra- distance" Ia provided along the ...
m Abbey School of Aetlng and later was fimed principally on location for Action" and Imew la, Ti dlcafll re-deslgned combustion right aide of the roadway. One Tel.. 2-3364 Ave. Centeea
V appeared in several productions .in Tangier and in Malaga, Spain. Great Sebastian," wh..h .1 t hei chambers afford increased en- of the other great improvementa 2-2546 Across L.I n
at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin. Although Miss O'Hara is one vebiele the Lnts, will appear ini output and hluber ef- in the new bendlamD is gained ross L-

which has sent many of its stars of the most ravishing of all the Lillian Hellman has translated fciencies. vet the new Dode through the use of a cap over
to theatres and film studios of, female -ovie stars, she is always and adapted Jean Anouilb's play YAoRDLEY engines allow new car buver the ower eam filament. This ,.,
other lands. op the lookout for dramatic parts about Joan of Are, "The Lark," I tb Re e omy of regular egsolines. cap cuts off the rays of light
!for her acting ability and not for and Julie Harris will be Joan a T [LM And to too it off. Dodge aatn that tends to escape upward, re- '
When she was only 1, UM u-.ber looks alone. with Boris Karloff as the laquisit- I an optional four-l~rrel duclngr the reflected alare-back
reen was invited to England for Fatured in "Fire Over Africa" or. I A carburetor with matching Intake from particles of moisture or
a screen test and was chosen for are Blank Barnec, Guy Middle- manifold. dutl exhausts and aisoads in the air. This greatly
the leading feminine role with-ton, Hugh McDermott and Janmes Ruth GOrd e hads the cast ditrlbutor with soeelal spark- provess visibility in fog. Tiow.
Charles Laughton in "Jamaica Lilburn. which will play Thbrnton Wilder's advance curve for those deslringldust or rain. Advt.
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PUMPKI PICKER-Only one of its type Is this machine which
scoops up and conveys pumpkins from field to waiting track.
Built by a pumpkin canning company in Eureka. Ill., it is not a
S production model. It can load a truck in 10 minutes, compared
to the 30 minute required for the same job by hand.

T TODAY at the "LUX

lAlg, Kitrovahk and sen atonal Guy Madi-
so aren't Coluqmbli Fictura'.: l AGAINST THE
O Ma nse adventure cih breathlessly
,combt oM'ijce-g angll-6ut action, today at the LUX
Tette -pplng the spectacular story itself is the exciting
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using a beach breakwater- post
to aid her toe-stand, she did,
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bers here have added to their
conversational repertoire. Instead
of the running commentary on the
weather and sundry subjects, they
will urge the customers to register
before the deadline and vote at
the Nov. 8 municipal 'election.

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There's nortlng like o cold con-
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Never in the history of automotive development has there
been such a significant single forward stride as this elimination
of all the work of historic "shifting." Viewers of the new Dodge
at their first public showing in the showrooms of COLON MO-
TORS, INC. IN PANAMA ANP COLON on October 28 will be in a
class with those who saw e first self-starter, the first pneu-
matic tire or the first electric headlights.

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Zine Christiho 5(ifteits

A Christian S c i e n 6ee reading
room Was opened recently on Bal-
boa Road next to the' C.Z. Credit
Union. ;
The Bible and Christian Science
publications may be riad borrow-
ed or bought at the new reAding
room, it was announced yesterday
by a spokesman for the Christian
Science Committee on Publication
for the Canal Zone.
It operatesfive days a week
from 10 in the morning until 9 in
the evening. On Wednesday, the
hours are 10 to 6 and en Sunday
from 2 tO 5 p.m.
All Christian Science Churches
maintain a reading room and d
there are thousands of them
throughout the world. The one on

Clayton Disaster C

Graduates -41 Wom

Balboa Road~Ts an integral part
tf First Church of Christ, Scien-
es are held in the .church edifice
on AMnMn Boulevar& By .placing
the reading room on Balboa
road, t1e committee expects it
will serve, better not only local
residents, but tourists and crew
member of the transiting vessels.
The building is entirely ir-oon-
ditioned and is designed to pro-
vide quiet restful reading without
Interruption or outside noise.
There are facilities for dozen
visitors to read at tables or desks.
Editions of the King James ver-
sion of the Bible in several lan-
guages and articles on- Christian
Science in' 12 different languages
are available for study. .

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COL. H. S. TUBBSf, officer of th Antialrcraft
Artillery Group, presents a diploma to Mrs. Marie Messner at
the, rt Clyto~p 4, Theatre. She is one of 43 Fort Clayton
Disaster Control members who completed the, Standard First
Aid Course this week and is now a ful-fledged distaffer.
(U.S. Army Photo by Pvt. Klimes)
Maintawing an ever-ready were: Major Britt .Halcroft,
group for di aster control, the Katheryin Cldwell. Lillian Still-
Fort Clayton Post Theater. |manM, Elizal*th Benson. Angela
Col. H. 5. Tubbs, conmiandine McArdle and Anna Berta Leap.
officer of 56th Antialrcraft Ar- ChaplainMR. B. Herndon clos-
tillery Group, Fort Clayton, Ca- ed the asseMtBly with a. benedic-
nal Zone, presented the diplo- tion.
Mrs. Betty Robinson, presl-
dent of the Fort Clayton Dis- .
Uaff, welcomed ctht-iraduates as
full-fledged DistafferLs.
The 22-hour course Included TODAY!
instruction in make b I t es,
shock, medical planning and ci-
vl! defeinee Emphasis was plac-
ed on the application of theG H
back pressure, arm lift system The Man Youl I
In administering artificial res-
A lecture on "Panic" was giv-
Fen by guest speaker, Col. H. W.
!Doan, superintendent of Gorgas
i Hospital.
The graduates trom Clayton
were: 8hirley Bradberry, Sally'
Connelly, Betty Connor. Mary 8ta
Doutrich, Marjory Foster. Ame-
lia Hanten, Geneva Heck. Jo
Mack, Elfriede Mercer, Edith
Perez, Marie Messner, Roseanne
Morrissey, Ruth Slteroff, Anna
Taffe, Georgia Tood. Ruth Tan-
do, Katalin Walton, Dorothy
Wells, Agatha Green, Frances
Rts, Margaret Eelsel Marearet
OGabbs, Carol Meran, Patricia
Egan, Betty Zorgan, Mary A-
dair, Louise Cannon, Helen Me-
Clung, Maria Kearney, Juanita
Pool. Joyee Ryals, Frances A
Twombly, Marie Van Nosdale,
Hazel Wills; Margaret Lloyd.
Bessie Mor*is and Robert SfI,.-n-.
eman. OY nuldu's graduates -t
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The reading rmo exislts. pri-
marily for the purpose o ea.
hling the general PO Ie t' eAd
and ezamine the Bilie and
Christian Semnc Uteratare. and
various pubnications an Chris-
Uan Science at their leisure and
without expense.
The Christian Scienee textbook,
"Science and Health with ICy to
the Scriptures" by Mary Baker
Eddy is available in various edi-
tions and languages. Mrs. Eddy's
other writings are also aballable
to read, borrow or purchase.

There are several ChristianmSci.-
ence periodicals, the best known
perhaps being the international
daily newspaper, The Christian
Science Monitor, in addition, to
the weekly Christian Science Sen-
tinel, which includes in each issue
several pages of Carefully verified
'healings which were brought a-
bout by Christian Science, an d
Christian Science Heralds in'. va-
rious languages including Freach,
riou slanguages including French,
German, Spanish, Dutch apd the
Scandinavian tongues. These, too,
include testimonies of healing ac-
complished -solely through Chris-
tisn. Science.
The monthly Christian Science
Journal includes articles on Chris-
tian Science, testimonies and a
list of the more 'than 3,000
churches and societies throughout
the world. It also lists the names
and addresses of more than 10,000
Christian Science practitioners
who are full-time workers in the
field of Christian Science.
All these periodicals are avtil-
uble at the reading eem, in Bal-
fea and may be read or iuchasv
The Christian Science Quarterly,
which is used in conjunctpn with
the daily study of the Bibe- and
the Christian Science textbook, is
also available.
The reading room is open toev-
erybody regardless of residence,
nationality or creed, the librarian
said. .. "

By-Lows Approved
For CARE Council

A ten-point by-laws of-CARE'S
Technical council in Colon 1re-
pared bY a committee headed-by.
Colon newsman Iuan P- Villani
A., was unanimously AcepePW
by the general assembly at, its
last meetat here;
The rehabilitation program
recommended by Panama Mis-
sion Cief" Mrs. Mary 0. 'Lwrte
was also discussed and is Nat
present being studied by a com-
mittee appointed by Dr. .
Fltbersbert Bypoe, council
-,A the next meetig- ,of the
Senbral assembly which will. be
on Tuesday, Nov. 15,, the
committee will submit Its tfind-

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Never Forget!..


OlESTERLL N.Y. (UP) w -.
A police officer arrested a man a .
few blocks from the Treadway Inn r t
whm be beeMsI rpe of a s. '
bliky *bje the idivt wM IAlar i __a mA.
attem = in to bide mder hia coat.I IitHoiSf* 'N.Utw .hIl. .<
he c ttoedl Mit to be a. gaM 'Ap i.m ,m.< .M5a <
b r- a n d n a me o n e e Ja m ja r : : '.-
was i"Old B,,enesty.'s.

HOILYtOD -.(NA)- Exclu, so bad they won't even tat ecask
sivey _yety Yours: OB, what at from him.'
beautify, lie from Hollywood's ---
aew "Oh, What a Beautid 'R The Witnet:- A extra on the
Morning al. "My Frled Flicka" TV set told
i' refirshling. Al i -Wander- Gene Ev s apsyelatrist -aped
land tale being td abut 20-year- bis career. "I'm now a well-
d hle JoLro. adjusted neurotic," said te ham.
the Mi (Pop. 0) an mining. --
town of Stmiebton, Pa., to stardom A home-town report on Grace
in .two big mlevies; "Oklaboma r" Kelly in the November, Motion
and "CaroUsel." Picture Magazine says Grace w"s
Playing with .the stage company usually cast as an ange in Biblical
of "Oklahoma!" in a State Depart- Ilays when she was A grade
meot sponsored tout of Eurqpe student at Philadelphia s very
Shirley atatted the attention o proper Havenhill Academy. But a
Aly Khan's brother, Sudru, in felow student now recalls:
Paris. He seat an emissary to her "She snickered so much that no
dressing room after the perform- one noticed wbhter she had any
ance with dA 'Invitation to pive it I acting ability.',"
with him a his- guest at a big' ,
Paras party. oI.Re e uHdsoi, once a big-star
Shirley declined al later, wide- at 20th Century-Fox, is back on the
eyed it: payroll The stgAio is paying her
"I was realy einbansaed. I royalties for oil Under property
didt eve k. thS. ,man Sad. she owns adjiing ,he studio's
Khan. Wiy, I dl't even know the backlot oil field. Montgomery
tmntly." Clifft's Gondon pals say he wl do
There's Talk At Warner Bros. three. big dramatic shows for tv
about making it read, "The late there and wont be returning to
James Dean" in the billing, for his, Hollywood until someti~ e in 1956.
last two films, 'Rebel Without a. Mario Lanza is talking about
Cause". and '"iant." .Audrey -moving the whole Lanza tribe to
Hepbum's refusing to be separat- Oregon-and returning to Holly-
ed from hubby Mel Ferrer .no wood only for movie assignments.
matter what it means .to her ca-. .The wide open spaces are
reer. She's not reportig back: to what he needs, judging bylatwsuits
Paramount untip .-he until he of former landlords.
completes (in Paris) his role op-
posite Ingrid Bergman in '"Red
Carnation." Lana Turner escapes from period

Joan (the .liri a ge sRed Velvet
Swing), Comlos anm Sidney Chaplin
called off the'r=nmance. She's nOW
dating. Arthur Lewe, Jr.
Arleen Whelan is resuming the
career she gave up for marriage.
. George Liberace now has a
violin-shaped pati6! Margaret
O'Briei and Dennis Kingsley were
a hand-holding twosome at Jose
Greco's IBever yHilton opening,
Thi Is Holywod' Mrs. Jones:
A' blonde glamor queen (not Mari-
lyn Monroe) kept a movie troupe
snickering on a recent big screen
flicker, Someone 'discovered she
pads her upper li" with, tisue
paper to gi, e.h Em*mhej r
look! .
Not in the ,Scrpt.t *IBywodu. -I
man about -an-terkIbI4%^
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pictures as a rich soety oll ht
"The Rains of Ranehipur," but
she's telling her agents she wants
to do a comedy. Her last was
"Sl-ghtly Dangerous" in 143.
88 -. i
NBC, as ob Hope's s-percent
partner, is due for 4 $500,00 profit
on its investment in his movie,
"The Seven Little Foys." It's
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CoaT1 Starts At 1 p.m. .
e the opening The bazaar scheduledfor today
lectur lW tu a Pa- i by the Cristobal. Emiiblem Club
nama sris at the Balboa YM- will open at the Elks home in
CA-USO. Brazos Heights .at 1 p.m.
The next session, River Trails, Christmas gifts are on sale and
ill- be led by Ted C. Henter and the public is invited. There is no
Elmer Steveds, the latter a 1 s o adsmissidn charge.

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being chairman of the committee 1 chan
conducting the course. The event Akey rappers acra
wi*r-be- held oh.eTuiesday. p m on key.rbecaus +s
IoNot *ly there be a talk.
Tes ind w oledsi des but U.yS ns i .aNo
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Chaim Se teens stated that I Ur Pokis;a a h
this series presided over by poor conv
pe exr of nced in a cvarety of NEW DELHIy y- (U) The es.t i
fields' designed 'to give the par- off-again, on-again policy of the help
pields,.is derin-edofn
ticipaMUs a better knowledge and government of India on the export ~. this
understanding atof this part of the of moneyss ,for polio research has
world and show how ople may caused an exodus of expert monkey Wh
fully, enjoy its possibilities. trappers from India to Pakistan. ling
The course is open to the public A contingent of 16 trappers from ati
free of charge. Uttar Pradeash State left for Dacca, trip
-* .Ea...'Est Pakistan, in the last week of buy"
Klawltter-Cede n August to direct operalons In the A ne
MKri age Solemniaed. monkey-infested jungles of East of ea
At Alb aek AFB Bengal where their services are work
At aBdzle.atarnooi wedding welcomed. More trappers are ex- hell
attended by a number of kfmnds, pected to leave soon.
Miis GO i Cedeno C., of Panamal The exodus of profession trap-
City recently, became. the bride of1pers from India began ea ly this .
Mlr. -GOrdan-4oe Klawitter of A- Nyear whop the- government ui su
brook FBee lawitter of l- a wa e go n th ment of Hairstyles for autumn have dellately turned oueat to be longer, the forethead A teeter (center) with her tycallythk k nad s-
The -ierony was performed;rhesus monkeys because some though not as long as the extremais might have .wi ed. Thee Itres hair deserves a style with the least ths r po sIbe-. Itall
in the Albrook Chapel by R ecv. ,were badly treated in Lshipment. three styles cre ate by Mr. of C e rokIAmeit ari x- to easy curs. at the nape. A mature won ( an obtain

mo E.ede C. taes newds aou100,00 rhnh. Bayl ise S onsorv My Dorlynn Dau ght, $1n75 eec
A. J. Sink. i The ban was modified in April, mples of his app Medi.." lngth. It's gaally lo r and certainly deserves the most oimaginativehlP a l a can
Th bride -was attended by her i and on Aug. 25, ndi ed to it lok,but it ceim madi'etn a feminine, rat er than-outlntvr e her. Mr. nuel designs for this loveiry woman a coiloui that

Sister, MisYondCdeno C. export monkeys to the United a th lk T' Fr t heiyalwsskTmlohroytM.Behas ash'attractst eeparmad ih ves a11tslt ,
Mfr. Vern Barlow served as-best State" during the -year ending Jun ated an easy-to-care-form cap cef hanirstyle vart verymilky hair s throat. Cur-. soften the forehead_ nb the back It has a molt fuff.
nan or M. Klawiteir. 1956 in "quantities sufficient to been combed away from an asymetri part and turne under on of curls-y ALIC HART, NA Beauty Editor.
The bride was- given in m a r- nmeet U.S. needs." '
rage by her brothereDr. Guiller- It is estimatedlthat the 'United D t mians as the director of s Yes,
mo E. Cedeno C. -9..States needs about 100,0600rhesus Seeks oh -ponsor My DarlinghDauihter"eandr"Ac-
osor o ft h e w aeddiongInclu desmowdey s tevr hea tex ouce! LMY)DarlvagtDaughrerrando o-omort r i u,
Dr. Guillermo Cedeno C. and vaccine and conduct medical ex- deti Tulesentaoya Youth" i ts currently
Mrs. Eligla V. de Cedeno, Mr. periments. i U iendS ereiL e treT dtiye reading at the USO-JWB.te
Mario Mascarin and Mrs. Jilma The agreement obviously has not Frederick 3. Berest will speak Previous to his arrival e the
C. de Masoarun. impressed thbe trappers, who arel C at stu T o l bjectSn "Man, Prophet Zone, Berest wasactive in the
Bridesmaids were 'the Misses now in Lucknow'to get permits to. andenod" Tuesday evening at 8 Bahai Community of Los Ans e-
Lydia Cedeno C., Rosa E. Olmos, go to Pakistan. They said "ex- aeh ica at Memorial Hall in Bai- lose Cal. where, along wit his
Gloria M. Atnci and Lyly Chan. porters in Pakistan pay U $3 per boa, the Baha'i community an- other duties, he often served as
Serving as ushers were four of animal." nounced today chairman of the weekly Ope
the groom's felw airmenn from However, despite the exodus, un- ees ycar no
theegr.oom'sCan%.elw in thevnewgr, eemit shie ments, DUBLIN (UP) Irish in-m favorably than in most other coun- Berest, already known to lIth- House" forums on religious ques-
towerand.Lrry.... Wal. ofr n. ting rm- tIt.sal delegations will fan out tries. Land for building is cheap tons of the day.
tower'. andLarryD..Walker. ofmond b n t S yar1 00owm moving_ terg .
Young ario ascarin, Jr., car, ally from India toI the United o western Europe and thn e Unit- here-very cheap if ey would their intrehts would be fully safe The meeting Is open to the
.ed the ring and little Misses States. Regular shippers are reluc.-ed States within the next few build their factories In the more guarded' I public.
.Norma Cdeno Espinosa* ,and tant to move their base of opera-m h to seek foreign cpil a npt d I neglected areas on the west coast ,,g.
do. B .a.oth io_ ..flowe.. fromIndia tm o East P taisantechnical know-how as part of a from Donegal to Limerick where S iot intend to permit out-
asa longlzbt"daseethings-frm move smoothly. ibig drive to cut imports and slo o I would like to-d e much oe sideQtindtt tablisl IBG NOISE
g irs._ ado asn lon 'as thns mv so aly n emigration, rdustrial denvtlopmet and.employ' mastriheober oentd p cin
Forllwing theWslas small. Prices of monkeys in India also It i
reception was held at the hmehave -gone up andnow are ap- William Norton, minister. 'in- meat. Transport and s indi -g-i cutthroat jlon with xi. BOSTON (UP. A survey
of the bride. nroaching the Pakistan price dustry and commerce, told this cheaper than in most cow-qs and iVg id Ihb'..u-srs1ppli disclosed that there are7500 drum
-_........c corresponaent in an interview Nthat we have many excellent porls waith- te. b em re leely and corps in the United States and
teams from the government-spon- in easy distagnqe of all parnseosao safr he concluded. Canada.
sored Industrial Development Au- Irseland."
thorIty would travel to Holland, Failing that, he said, exports1
Belgia, West Germany n the m t r and the impdsor January-Jue, Mi .
United States. A delegation has al- showed tat Ireland spenmt-swi*1
ready be t seen to Sweden. 11,000,000 pounds sterling od xam
4"Because we do not have the chinery and electrical oods- bye
requisite know-how in many tech.- far the highest import lguire.
cai skills here we importnsfor too "We want to see the eotablso i,
mueh in many categories," he meant ofe industries manufacturill
saidm"My answer to this problem Iwashbng machines, refrigerators,
to invite foreign firms toset up household and farm naahinesn,.
aches over here to manufacturenitary. ware, lead and oprir pMp-
ii the domestic market,' soods Iug ptla bing requisl maw -W j
Mio lare- nowImportbed. hd hdstldl mineralode lo f iro a
We ilg e Norton said. o
"The establishment of such
branches would serve a two-fold Norton suggested an easy rem-!
prPose. Aprt from supplying the edy to bridge the balance-every 2
'ome market It would keep young American with Irish background tQ .
Irishmen at home. Is it not better buy. one pound's ($2.80) worth of '
'tq have Irishmen kept employed in Irish goods every St. Pailek07in
Ireland rather than to see them This,he claimed,'would thereic
driven to emigration by the na- ally help the Irish exchequer to "the
"'Mentfor them at home? Failing tat, he said,' exports
"What's left over after the do- must be increased and the whiskey
would be available for export and ple. A new company hbd been set.
i n this field we can offer any man. up to market a special blended
ufacturersinterested veryfavorbleibrew- andtheofirstoorderalnlwasIR
The minister said restrictions on! year of -the traditional "pot still"; A
gn firm- can hold over here willI
'be eased. At present 51 per cent: "But we want. more, more and
of all shares must be held here. still more foreign firms to come, (as affiliate of)
"We are willing to give these here," Norton said. "They only
-firms special licences to keep much have to write or get in touch with
of the control in their hands," he our local embassies, consulates or
said. "Jn many cases we have al- representatives and the wheel will
-eady relaxed our restrictions,; start rolling."
5blibb is s a, new That e- fr--j .. TesJ firmshwould have consider- Norton said there was an "abun-
aid- in r water areas-.ndit .ableownership.edance of money" here for any watses In three fragrad me. -t yveqt a ring msthe "Irish' factories can export more worthwhile local industries and
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Ten Horses Vie For Berths

In $10,000 Nov. 3 Feature

Ten imported thoroughbreds will match strides
this afternoon in the $1000 Nov. 3 Classic elimina-
tion race over a distance of one mile and five-six-
teenths at the Juan Franco race track.
Mossadeq, the most impressive 3-Mimi $2.20.
ef the group of expensive n e w- One-Two: $9.
comers entered for this race, gets
in under the top impost of 120 FOURTH RACE
pounds and will be ridden by ca- 1-Tilln Tilin $7.40, $2.40, $2.60.
gey veteran Cristian Rebolledo. 2-Dr. Bill $2.40. $2.40.
Mossadeq goes in an entry with 3-Pregonero 4.80.
.the apparently outclassed Iguazu.1 Quieniela: $7.
Recently arrived Chilean jockey
Aicardo Gamero will pilot Igua- FIFTH RACE
',au. 1--Metto $7.40, $3.40.
The Luis H. Farrugia trained 2-Valaria $7.80.
entry's main opposition is expect-! Y- A
ed to be furnished by stretch-! SIXTH RACE
burning Don Cuto and the Agus- 1-Marianina $41.60, $14.20.
tin Soane Jr. trained entry of Al-! 2. $13.20.
batross and Empire Honey. Ma- 2-Matruh $5, $3.60.
buel Ycaza rides Don Cuto while 3-Bright Blade II $19.
Bias Aguirre will do the booting
aboard Albatross and Luis Gi- SEVENTH RACE
0aldo handlesthe reins on Empire 1---Salusto $6.80, $3.80, $260.
a ic. erry Slipper 42.80 $2.20.
T. diminutive Mossadeq is the Sine. $2.8ypper$2 0.
inner of three of his four local Sqond Double: $519.20.
rts, finis ing second to Empire IT A
magic in his only defeat. He since I'EIGHTH' RACE
as scored twice decisively over 1-Ponton $5.20, $3, $2.80.
mp e Magi. 2-Dofia Beatriz $3.680, $3.60.
Albatross reportedly the most 3-Alminar $3.20,
p expensive thoroughbred at t he. Quiniela: $13.60.
aek, had been plagued by a!
a tch of fraetiousness but sees ts, NINTH RACE
vl'e overcome his bad habits 1-Mufti $3.80. $2.60, $2 .
ad. goes into this race with three 2--Greco' $5.80, $7.40.
asecutive impressive victories. 3-Pelemon $9.20.
Z The other five schedule*tatart- One-Two: $21.60.
,rs are Rio Negro (Seguado Car- TNT ACE
*ajl), Bar One (Juan Ggora), TENTH RACE
hiilingo (Alejandro Yeaza), Ca- -Hpocrates $7.40, $3.80.,
ar (Virgilio Castillo) and Ma-a*
a Stuardo (Hector Ru i 2). Of 2- aulimazo $3.80, $2.80.
e, Cachafaz, with one w i n 3-Postinovich $4.
Pdaplace in his only ewo local ELEVENTH RACE
*tarti is rated the beat bet for ELEVENTH RACE
upset. Cachafal was preceded 1-Patriotica $5.40, $3.20, $2.20.
ey p s clippi as that claim .-Pa ues $4.20, $220.
is a real top-notcher.j 3.--artelo,. $2.40.
STe.ether races are inaduded on
I batter than average program. *

Yesterday, the Stud Chiriqui's
ard-runniht brown Chilean-
d colt Hipocrates returnee
m a one-month layoff in fini
m and outgamid veteran Ja.
imazb for a three-quarter
inth victory in the featured
50 seven furlong for Class "C-
Imported horses over a very
ow track.
Hipocrates was closer to the
ce than isual. closed on pace-
sttink Jaqulmazo three fur ong
t and. the two battled head
head to the 'final hall
ong here ipocrates as-
d himself and held Jaaui-
snte. e-Postiloitch And
na Countess closed fast to
in in a virtual blanket finish.
4 Postinovich wound up third a
pwck in front of Persian Count-
and another three-quarters
a length behind second place
IAmquimao. Febrero a. Mirsa-
tht and LexeUN brought up
Me -rear.
The winner returned a Juicy
$17.40' per win ducat. However,
this was chicken feed compared
to the $41.60 paid by Marianina
In the sixth race. Marianina
combined with Salustio, winner
of the seventh, for a $519.20
second double payoff.
- In the Jockey department,
Hector Ruiz and Manuel Yeaza
shared top honors with two
victories each.
The dividends:.
1-Cruzada $4, $3, $2.60.
2-Alabarda $12.20, $10.80.
3--edur $3.
1-Tilama $12.20. $65, $2.40.
2-Dixlprinces $3.60. $2.20.
3-Onda Real $2.20.
Seond Double: $32.
1-Moon Fighter $3.60, $2.20.
3.20. $2.80,
2-Montero $2.80, $2.40.



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Pennsylvana Boxing

Official Says Sport

Needs Invesfigation
(UP) Boxing is linked to the
under world and should be inves-
igated by congress, Pennsylva-
nia Athletic Commissioner Al-
fred M. Klein said!yesteiday.
Klein.said ties betweenn the
sport and racketeers were disk-
closed in the Commission's
current Investtlgto. of box-
Ing in Pennsylvania, prompted
by the drugging of lightheavy-
weight Harold Johnson be-
fore his bout with Julio Mede-
ros here last May..
Klein told a meeting of the
city business club that "other
doping affairs" occurred in the
past outside Philadelphia and
"we are endeavoring to find out
if any individuals surrounding
Johnson" were connected with
The Commissioner said the

Juan Franco Graded Entries_

P.P. Horse Joekey WiLt. COMME. T ODDS
Ist Race "I" Imported 4'/ Fgs. Punr $375.00 -Pool Closes 12:45

1-Lot 0 Trouble H. Ruiz 103 -Should score Wire 3-2
2-New Look L. Qiraldo 115 -Was once miles best 3-1
3-Copar E. Gutidrrez 105x -Rider only handicap 2-1
4-0. Wonder B. Baeza 100x -Needs more distance 5-1
5--S. Windsor E; Gastell 110 -Has strong finish 4-1
6--My Dear S. Carvajal 102x -Usually fractious 10-1
2nd Race 'H" Natives 6V Fgs. Purse $175.00 Pool Closes 1:15

I-Coll. Girl S, Carvajal 106x-Excellent effort in last
2--Sherry Time M. Ycaza 106 -Should win off last
3--Don Pastor B. Aguirre 114 -Disappointed in last
4-Winsaba J. G6ngora 112 -Should improve here
5-Don Pitin E. Ortega 110 -Not off recent starts
6-Prot6n A. ViAsquez 118 -Early speed only
7--G. Pick A. Creididio 102x -Ran well in last
8-Marilh H. Ruiz 102 -Aiming for payoff
9-Engreida C. Iglesias 105 -Usually close up
3rd Race "F" Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $275.00 P4eI Closes

1-Don Brigido M. Ycaza
2-Chepanita F. Godoy
3--G. Fan A. VAsquez
4-La Naci6n %. Reyes R.
5-Elenita L. Giraldo
6-Regia S. Carvajal
7-Liboria V. Castillo
8-Tuira R. Ycaza

113 -Could score again
107x -Poor recent races
113 -Has strong finish
104x -Racing to top form
115 -Should score on form
105x -Nothing to indicate
111 -Should fight it oUt
l110x-Looked good in last




4-". Velluda
5-Don Grau
7-El Pasha

R. Ycaza
D. Barret
S. Carvajal
C. Lino'
R. CristfAn
B. Baesa
J. G6ngora

116x-Ran well in last
08x-'Good early speed ,
103x -Must improve more
110 -Poor race last time
115 -Also disappointed
96x-Ling weight could help
112 -Should score off last

5th Rqce "Non Winners"-4V FPs. Purse $250.00 Pool Closes 2:55

1-Don Manuel 8. Dario 108 -Got bumped in last 2-1
2-Folletito A. GonzAlez 100x-Nothing to recommend 10-1
3-Golden Fun B. Baiza 96x-Has shown nothing 20-1
4--La Pampanini A. Ycast 109 -Ran well in last 2-1
5-Chanito H. Rfls 108 -Could score here 4-1
6-D. BArbara A. Vasques 116 -Form indicates even
4th Race '"Hl" Imported 7 Pf. Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 3:35

1-Copadora F. Godoy
2-Vedette A. Ycasa
3-T. Teeth J. G6ngora
4-Welsh Fox A. Valdivia
5-R. Emblem S. Carvajal
6-Verticordia A. Ubidia
7-Follow Me II L. Giraldo

107x-Good early speed
110 -Rates good chance here
106 -Should be one to beat
113' -Returns from layoff
104x --Dangerous this elm
105 -Will fight it out
113 -Depends on start

7th Race "H-1" Imported 7 Fgs. Pure $400.00 Pool Close 4:05

1-Discovery H. Ruin 110 -Won easily in last S-1
2-M. Maker A. Viaques 118 -Usually disappoints 2-1
3-Noveno K. Flores 112 -Has strong finish 2-1
4-Hurlecano A. Oontalez 102x--Not against these 10.1
5-Reflector G. Sniches 110 -Should be close up 4-1
6-Lanero J. Jimines 112x-Always dangerous 3-1
7-Amat F. Godoy 109x-Ran well last time 3-1
8-(Riqul R., CristiAn 118 -Could help entrymate 3-2
9 (Trixh ,Pr~fi T tA 6nioira 115 -Seeks third straight 3-2

present inquiry is being sty- 'v--,"t ,*I -. --.,- .-- -- o--
iled in one phase Iy an out- Ith Race "1" Imported 4/ Fgs. Pursen* $375.00 Peel Closes
of-state ring figure who has
proved balky. A congressional QUINIELA
investigation could cite for
contempt witnesses who refus-
ed to testify. 1-Ch. Prince S. Carvajal 105x-Poor race last week
ALL-STAR STOKES 2-Moon Beam A. VAsquez 120 -Should win again
wALL TAR STOKES 3-Fellac B. Aguirre 115 -No. i contender
New York (NEA) -tMaurice 4-Y. Prince 0. Chanis 118 -Has strong finish
Stokes, who stood out at St. Fran- 5-Tempestad R. Ycaza 112 -Ran well in last
thes of Lorettge A .ll-Stars against th 6-Bedulno M. Hurley 115 -Longshot possibility
rfessonal basketball gainstew York 7-Paris Midi J. Cadogan 118 -Not against these
Knickerbockers at Mai son 8n-(Coronelino H. Ruiz 110 -Rates fair chance
Square Gnrden, Oct. 30. 9-(Newbrighton J. G'ng'ra 113 -Dangerous in mud
RICH GARDEN STATE 9th Race "Independence Classic Elimination" 1-5/16 Miles. P
Camden, N.J. (-NEA) A to- $1000-One-Two---Pool Closes 5:15
tal of $1,057, 500 will be distributed
in nine stakes and overnight races
at the Gard-n State meeting which
ends Nov. 5 meeting which 1-Rio Negro S. Carvajal 100 -Hasn't shown enough
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2--Bsar uneV GL ngora iv
3-Chivilingo A. Ycaza 110
4-Don Cuto M. Ycaza 110
5-Cachafaz V. Castillo 110
6-Maria Stuardo H. Ruiz 106
7-(E. Honey L. Giraldo 113
8--(Albatross B. Aguirre 118
9-Mossadeq) R. Cristian 120
10-Iguaz~a) R. Gamero 98

-Could score in upset
-Has strongest finish
-Has high' rating
-Would pay long odds
-Will fight it out'
-Hard to, beat here
-Has class plus
-Doesn't belong here

10th Race "E" Imported 1 Mile Punr $550.00 Pool Closes

3-Oro Purito
4-Lion's Claw

J. Jimenez
R. Cristian
M. Hurley
J. Gongora
L. Giraldo

109x-Distance to liking
113 -Back in top form
118 -Should be close up
113 -Regaining form slowly
108 -Could socre in upset
115 -Rates good chance

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4-Rina Rol

E. Pita G. 103x-Poor recent races
G. SAnchez 114 -Hard to beat here
A. GonzAlez 108x -Form indicates
E. Gastell 114 -Could score again
B. Baeza 96x -Rates good chance

Juan Franco Tips

I-New Look Copr
--College Girl Sherry Tie
S-Elenita Den Brigide
4-El Pasha Don Grau
5--La Pampaniol DIa. Barbara
6--Vertleordta Tiger's Teeth
7-Irlah Profit --Moon Beam Fellac
9-Mossadeq ie) Albatroqs (e)
16--Quematedos o-n Purito
11-Julie RLna Ro

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$ !) THAT ~A,---h* D4blin defender, second from left,
tobe g at the head of Pat O'Sullivan, who has just
made a desprete aort to put New York ahead in the first half
of a Gaelic *tbal1 match at Dublsns Croke Park. Johnny
Manning of tb home side connects with his head toq keep the
u(.dtnr< frnm s orina. Dublin won with 2 goals and\9 points.

Navy, Army, West Va.,

Maryland, Notre Dame

Score Easy Victories

(UP) Navy's unbeaten Mid-
dies dispensed with the magic of
sce passer George Welsh today
and, by cloaking Junior Varsity
quarterback Tom Forrestal with
first string rating, rolled without
undue effort to a 33-0 victory
over Penn before 35,543 on
Franklin Field.
Navy, with an eye to next
week's meeting with Notre
Dame, lifted Welsh and his lame
ankle on the first sunny day of
the season, and entrusted- its
national fourth ranking to the
sophomore from Cleveland who
never before suited .for a gapne.
The results were ample.
SYRACUSE, N.Y., Oct. 22 -
(UP) Eld Vereb, an explosive
185-pound halfback, running
with the benefit of Maryland's
magnificent line, sparked four
touchdown drives today that
helped produce a 34-13 Terrapin
WEST POINT, N.Y., Oct. 22-
(UP)-Pete Lash galloped 72
yards for one touchdown and
Dick Murtland powered for a
hair today as Army bounced
back from two defeats to flat-
ten Columbia's tattered Lions,
45-0, before 22,500 bored specta-
tors at sunshine-flooded Michie

NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 22--
(UP)-Ysle was nudged out of
the undefeated ranks, 7-0, to-
day by a fighting Colgate eleven
which put over a final period
touchdown to hold the Bulldogs
scoreless for the first time this

smashing up a number Of Brown
22 (UP) Michigan State's
quarterback Earl Morrall pass-
es for two touchdowns and set
up a third with a 30-yard toss
today as the Spartans whipped
Illinois, 1-7, before a homecom-
ing crowd of 51,851.
WORCESTER, Mass., Oct. 22-
(UP)-Undefeated Holy Croas
struck swiftly for three first pe-
riod touchdowns and then on
the defensive the rest of the
way to whip Boston University
20-123ibefore 17,0009chilled spece-
tators at Fitton field today.
EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 2-(UP)
-Indiana defeated Northwest-
ern, 20-14, today for its first big
ten triumph when fullback John
Bartkiewicz plunged over from
the one-yard line on fourth
down in the final period.
It was Northwestern's fifth
straight loss and third in con-
ference competition.
(UP) Quarterback Eddie
West, playing with a broken
thumb on his tossing hand.
kicked and plunged alert North
Carolina State to its first victo-
ry of the year today as the
Wolfpack defeated oft-beaten
Villanova, 34-13.

ed it

4-1 PROVIDENCE, R.T., Oct. 22- before
4-1 (UP)-Flred-up Rhode Island
Puma overpowered Brown in everyC oe- HA
apartment to4ay to upset the (UP)
Bruins 19-7 t Brown Stadium. got tJ
Big Ed 1l Simone, a battering 1955
halfback from nearby Johnston. losses
W, powered the Rams' offense while vard
4-1 Football 1
40-1 =

even Tulan
even Navy 33 Pennsylvania 0 V.P.It
North Carolina State 34 Villlano Wake
5:40 va 13 Tenne
Maryland 34 Syracuse 13 N. Ca
Delaware 29 Connecticut 14 stone
2-1 Rhode Island 19 Brown 7 Rand
even Colgate 7 Yale 0 kias
2-1 Army 45 Columbia 0 Pittsa
10-1 Holy Cross 20 Boston U 15 Georg
8-1 S. Coast Guard 14 Worce ster and
4-1 Tech 7 IShaw
Massachusetts 33 Northeastern St. A
.. 13 Tch
Wesleyan 25 Amherst 6 Missi
Carnegie Tech 18 Temple la David
5-1 Delaware State 18 Lincoln (Pa) 0 Aubpz
3-2 Gettysbarg 53 Mahlenbert 14 Mins
2-1 Maine 15 Bates 13
2-1 L faoette 34 Bunknell 13
4-1 1 ehiei 21 Rutgers 14 Notre
St. Lawrenee 3I MeMaster Indlai
- Brandeis 28 New Hamnshlre 14 Navy
Vermont 2# Norwich 20 Witie
West Virg1la 21 Penn State 7 IMiehi
Williams 2 Tirfts 12 Fran)
Drewel 33 lyeotmwe 14 Batle
Middlebury 21 RPT Bowli
Penm Military 38 Wagner 14 Waba
UMMI2a 6 M6 et 1a 7t3ae
M11rsvillDe S1 National Argtes I o. 4
Re t 44 Kngs Point i teed
New w "qlchS 34 Mew Brit- 6
im Tebhres raMk
S w brg Tebhr 48 Moet- WhinW
Western Reserve 32 Buffalo 13 Akron
rlartn 21 lodlsan (Pa) St. 7 Ohio
lnegheny 13 Grow' Cty I Ohio
Hamllms 2 Il vawrrfwd 13 rapit
sethany (W. Ta) 1I Hiram 0* enth
SJualta T27 D7btisame 9 14
Pwaftbmure 7 l htu Centr
Meoosvie 33 Lea non Valley 7 Nor
S Calfterml (Pa.) Tersa 7 Slp- Miam
g- W.lmi f.'(Pa.) Oem 7a T Okahi
/ __ __. _

FAYETTE, Ind., Oct. 22 -
e beaten Notre Dame, par-
g a bruising ground attack
around Jim Mose, Aubrey
s and Dean Stueder, aveng-
s only defeat of 1954 22-7
traditional rival Purdue
e a sell-out crowd of 55,500
NOVER, N.H., Oct. 22 -
- The Dartmouth Indians
heir first victory of the
season today after four
, by defeating favored Har-


e 14 Georgia *
17 Virginia 13
Forest 25 N. Carolina 0
ssee 53 Dayton 7
arolina A and T. 38 Win-
n-Salem 6
olph-Macon 21 Je ns-Hop-
i 18
burgh 26 Duke 7
re Washington 18 William
d Mary *
38 J. C. Smith a
ugustine 15 Fayetterillt
ssippi State 26 Alabama 7
Ison 21 Virginia Military 7
ra 52 Furman 0
ssippi 17 Arkansas 7
Dame 22 Purdue T
na 02 Northwestern 14
Pier 19 Wisconsin Tech 7
aberg 14 Mt. Union 8
gan State 21 IlInois7
klin 34 Eureka
r 18 Depauw 7
ng Green (0.) 39 Toledo 0
sh 37 Sewanee 0
Tech 32 W yne 4
Carroll 32 Edinboro Tchrs t
lberr 94 Raldwin-Wallaee
S41 Bradley 7
nrer I Indiana Central 13
State 35 Marshall 6
in Desilson 7
State 26 Wisteeonai 1
Weslevan 20 Oberlin 14
al 46 Kenyon I
ern Melhodist 33 Kamms
al Michigan 35 Illhels
'mel 7
I (0.) 34 Ohio U. 7
oma Ms Colenade 31


The Max R. Stempel and Sun
Insurancemen kept in their win-
fning stride last Tuesday night
at the Diablo Heights (lubnouse
bowling tanes when they knock-
ed over the strong second-place
Colonial Insurancemen for three
games and four points..The win.
coupled with the loea ot four
points by Agenla GJud and
three, points by 8eymour Agen-
cy, both of whom were previous-
ly tied forfirst place puts the
Stempeleers Into a tie for first
place with Seymour Agency and
puts Agenda Glad into a three-
way tie for second place in the
Major Bowling League.-L'
For the Stempeleers, Billy
Coffey wirled a whopping f64
with games of 195, 234 and 235,
followed by Ted Wilber with a
620 with games of 234, 187 and
199. Oeorge Wipnqulst was third
for the Stempel team with 598.
For Colonial, which was nine
marks up in the fourth frame
of the second game, only tb lose
both, Rolly Glelchman was high
with an even 600, followed by
Burgne with 562 and Zeletes with
560. Schlrmer followed with 557.
On adjacent alleys, Tahiti
Jewelry took over the strong A-
geneia Glud team for three
games when Christ Hermann
knocked out a big 643 with
games of 195, 247 -and 201. The
247 game was high in the league
for the night. Following was
Lane with 572 and Kunkle with
567. For Glud, McGarvey led the
way with a fine 014 with games
of 202, 199 and 213, but the re-
mainder of the team wuas unable
to keep pace.

The Summit Hills Golf Club,
led by Jacober with a big series
of 633 composed of games of 228,
224 and 181, knocked over the
first game of the match, while!
Seymour took the second. The.
third and final game went to
Summit Hills along with pinfalt.
Bill Jamison seconded Jacober
with a fine 585 series. For Sey-
mour-Agencies, Hal Kaelin con-
tinued his fine scoring with a
558 series.
In the final match of the eve-
ning, H. 4. Hmno a. d Co. too.-
the slippf FuWNO ILix team
into camp with a four-point win
as Bud Balcer came up with
584, followed by. Almea wlth
557. For the gashousers only
Tony Luttenbergerg wa able to
score over 500.
The present standing of the
teams after five weeks of the
28-week season: 1
Wbn Lost Pet.
Stempel and Son ..12 8 .600
Seymour Agency ..12 8 .600
Tahiti Jewelry .... 11 9 .550
H. I. Homa Co. ...11 9 .550
Agenda Glud .....11 9 .550
Colonial Ins. ..... 9 11 .450
Summit Hills G.C 9 11 .450
Fuerza y Luz .. .. 5 15 .350
The ten high average bowlers
thus far:

Name Games Ave.
Coffey .. 15 214+ 2
Balcer .. .. .. .. 15 197+ 5
Schirmer .. .. .. 15 197+ 1
Jacober ........ 15 193+ 4
Lane .......... 15 190+ 8
Hermann .. .. 15 189+ 9
McGarvey ...... 12 187+11
Kaelin ........ 15 187+ 7
Colbert .... .. 15 185+10
Gleichman ...... 15 185+ 1
Max R. Stempel and Son
Wilber 234 187 199 620
Feger .. 171 141 202 514
Boyer 143 200 191 534
Winquist 211 199 188 598
Coffey 195 234 235 664
954 961 1015 2930
Colonial Insurance
Schirmer 185 202 170 557
Burgis 203 161 198 562
Allen .. 172 166 155 493
Zeletes 176 204 180 560

Glelchman 200 209 191 600
936 942 894 2773
Agenda Glud
Granata 145 175 143 483
Klumpp .. 160 11 187 508
Kelly 175 167 168 510
Woodcock 191 182 168 541
McOarvey .202 199 213 614
873 884 879 23W8
Tahiti Jewelry
Hermann 195 247 201 643
Snellbaker .190 171 154 519
Kunkle 157 217 193 567
Lane 201 156 215 $72
Larrabe 173 201 173 547
916 998 93 2848

Summit Hills Golf Club
Jamison 193 169 223
Gustafson 183 153 173
Anderson 150 140 180
Bowen .,. 164 199 180
Jacober 228 224 181
918 885 937
Seymour Agency
Malek 153 183 169
Kaelin 191 170 197
Hammer 161 205 144
Rogers 199 161 156
Colbert 165 175 144
869 894 810


Fuerza y Lus
McClarty .. 162 163 150 475
Thomas 143 152 149 444
Luttenberger 199 175 129 503
Pilachos w k 1 158 145 151 454
Welch 148 162 189 479
810f 797 748 2355
R. I. oma Co.
Lyons .124..199. .18..489
Lyons 124 199 146 489
Nelaun 13 183 115 494
Lowande 184 16 924
Almeda 203 142 212 557
Baier .* 181 199 204 584
24 07 917 2848


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Colombian Champion

T Make Le1 Deb t
*-- -- *'" L .-
Colombia's lightweight champ, Baby Manolete,
makes his first local appearance tight at the Pan-
ama Gym in an eight-round 129-pound feature scrap
against Colon's flashy boxer-puncher Manuel Pres-

texas Christian 31 Miami (Fla)
lorehouse 4 Taskegee 6.
airmont St. Coll. 7 Salem Coll.0I
ostoe College 13 Marquette 13
Ittsburgi State 12 Washburnt
(Kan) 7
ethal 33 Friends (Kan) 19
ever 33 UBrbam Young
.C.L.A. 33 Iowa 13
labo State 2 Coll of Idaho 19
aisIPpii S_ eathearn 34 Mem-
,Phis state 14
lifOrna Aggtle 26 Nevada 7
aker U. 14 BSethn cllegp 13.

Hockey is also like baseball in that it Is poplar to fire the
manager when the team loses, usually a sperious gesture dealgned
to divert the customers' attention from front office oInenpetence.
The situation here demands no such gesture, jut the Rangers
have been equipped with a new manager, anyway .., or coach,
as this dignitary is designated in hockey.
Phil Watson has been described as the Lf1' Durocher of
hockey, a game in which the laws of libel obtleoaly have little
meaning. Under his masterminding the Rangers won their two
first outings. and, true to custom, lines began to form in front
of the Garden buox office for tonight's season inaugural.
True, they promptly dropped the next two and lipped to .500,
but as a 50-50 average Is more, than R'o enough to qualify on1
the playoff, It may be said the Rangers' prokpecta arn poitvy -

This Was To Be Blaik's Year,
k. .

But Only NavyWin Can Save It
By JIMMY BREMLIN j"Humpff! They come by busloads It leaves us terribly shorthanded."
WEST POINT, N. Y. (NEA) from his home town, A n s o n i a,
Chalk and blackboards at a Conn., just to see him. Peope Blak turned to the case of Don
place such as the United States there know how good he is. He is Holleder, the All-America end in-
Military Academy, are usually re- the fastest halfback in the nation, stalled as quarterback.
served for cold, impersonal facts. But ..." "If I had,"' he said, pointingtto
But-for Earl Blaik these -days. the board, "these three men now,
they become part of a dream Blalk took the chalk and ran a and Holleder to make sure they
something he can turn to, when line through Kyasky's name. could get their hands on the ball,
Army s shattered football fortunes "On the first day of fall p wac. we would be fine.
get the upper hand on hisnerves. tice, he hurt his knee. The carti- "There's nothing wrong with
The ramrod straight coach walk- lage is ripped. He's out for the Holleder, We Just need.the ba*4a
ed to the board on his orlce walk- season. wiAh him. If we had them, it wotljd
and chalked three names on it. "Zeigler," Blaik said. crossing be so different. ,
"Kyasky... Uebel... Zeigler, he out the name, "had difficulties as "Now, anything can hapo ".
said aloud, as he printed them. you know and came out late. Now Blaik meant, by that, the 54dy
"With these three backs intact, he has hurt himself. And the boy game, Nov. 26. For thia Is -Il
along with Don Holleder, this we had to back him up-Joe Cvgl- that's really left for Army. '
would have been a tremendous er-bhroke his ankle. Both were At the start if the season, le
team. It had everything. But now fine halfbacks who could fly. remarked to a member of his
I dop't know how much we have staff, "There is one game I know
left." "I had to put Uebel at halfback. we -are going ta win." .
Only a victory over Navy can He's a fullback with experience Navy, riding high with Geote
salvage the season fot West Point and size and all the speed you Welsh pnd Ronnie Bearte.
and Red Blaik. Beating the Tars could ask for. But I've had to use appears to be out of Red Blai'k
would mean a lot, of course, but him in a place he doesn't belong. reach.
even this doesn't seem enough to "I've had to use sophomores. But don't take that for trani a
erase the tremendous disappoint- And now Dick Murtland is hurt. Navy doesn't.
ment. '
Colonel Blaik is a mild, totally
reserved man. But when he said
"a tremendous Army team" youPICES: .75 aid .44
got the feeling that this was the
one he had waited for since the TODAY -
so-called cribbing disorders of TODAY
1951. Blaik rarely speaks with this "'05. : 0 .
kind of enthusiasm.
As -he chalked those t h r e e
names on the board, it was a
large piece of the dreams he held.
For in Bob Kyasky, Pat Uebel,
Mike Zeigler, and Hlolleder, Blaik FARIES
had, at the start of the season,
what he and his staff considered NERVES
the finest attacking unit on the
Plain since the heyday of t e STEEL AGA *.
Poine powerhouses.
Now, with losses to Mic igan THE T
and Syracuse behind him, you've
got to dream with Blaik to realize NH0 N
just how much he had at the start. Ir ,yu..
"Nobody-really knows what this PAIER
Kyasky can do," he said.

Another of a series written
for NEA Service

SPerry Moss

GREEN BAY was leading the
allege All-Stars, 12-7, in 1945.
Playing tailback for the Stars,
ached by Bernie Bierman,
completed a nine-yard pass to
d Cook of Alabama which made
second down and one yard to
on the Packers' 16.
The pass was completed in Don
itson's territory.
My thinking was that Hutson
uld not be expecting the same
y to be repeated, so I called
e same pass.
found Huston thinking right a-
Ih me, however, for the great
d intercepted the pass and re-1
ned tht ball 85 yards for a
ichdown which resulted in the
-Stars losing. 19-7.
f I had tne same situation to
play, I would fake a short pass
the flat to Cook and throw be-
d Hutson.
t might have resulted in
touchdown and ultimate victory
the All-Stars.
NEXT: Charley Dresses.

.. o ,, I

SIn the prelim,- San Blas IndianTo Schedule In Big Bowl Bik
Ariao Mendez meets Daniel More.
p0o in a 126-pound foiur-rounder.
Mendez will his seek his sec- By HARRY GRAYSON and sophomores. We have the had. There are All America
nd pro win in as many bouts. team of the future as well as the choolboys on our f r e s h m a n
hie had a split decision over Me- WEST VIRGINIA'S tremendous present. team."
lonio Pacheco three weeks -a go. football squad is in the position of "Our sophomore quarterback, West Virginia has the horse for
Moreno is fresh out of the ama- a fine young heavyweight boxer, 190-pound Mickey Trimarki, is the next three years.
teur ranks. who, having fumbled an early as- not only an extraordinary runner All the Mountaineers ask is
A special treat is on tap for signment at, say Madison Square but the best passer we've ever somewhere to go.
Stonlght-a three fall wrestling Garden, is fighting his way back
match between the Great Chaz- the hard way. "_. ... .. ..
am and The Shadow. The Mountaineers are not only
.' The grunt and g'oan contest is 4he biggest college team in the
M AN ES the first item on the agenda, so country-in size and number- hb
MANUEL PRESGOTT the'promoters ask that fans be on but they are the highest scoring
.. ..hand befor8:30, when the show and lead in ground gaining on
oeak-nosed visitor, who is expect- wilk get underway. land and in the air. The squad av-
ed to be favorite.tonight, has sev- General admission is 75 cents; erages 196 pounds, the first team
_ral wins over 'anamanian. Sam- ringside, $1.50. 206, the-linemen 221. And none of
ny Medina to bis etedit. .I-- them are exactly slowpokes. The __________________________
o His best fighting weight if-m'at 0 Mgantown mammoths went in- o /. .
about 133 pounds, It h says he n S to the Penn State party with an The subject of to0ay's sermon is one that 4 .. In varying
finds no difficulty coming down to average of 41 points in four out- degree ... close to the hearts of Dr. Peale, Dale Carnegie and the
129. .. wings. Collector of Internal Revenue. It is loyalty specifically the
Since he started working out at Jl km West Virginia had lost only three incorrigible loyalty of certain cash customers.
the Gym, the large crowds who games in 29, yet felt it necessary Is there any loyalty, for example, that transcends that of the
have been observing'him have tWelrl U I.Ig to campaign for major New New York hockey follower? Perhaps loyalty is not quite the word,
Wondered how his prominent nose WUN r Year's Day Bowl recognition, but however phrased, It constitutes a phenomenon before which
has- not been flattened after sev- A young Mountaineer band, you the coquettish and the fickle In sports must stand in shame.
eral years of fighting. FORT -WORTH-(NEA)- Jim see, made the mistake of falling Consider the facts. To iegin with, hockey Is a thoroughly
In reply to such a question by Swink of Texas Christian is being a,.art against a remarkable Canadian game. The number of Americans who achieve valid
a bystwader, the good natured compared with the, great Doak Georgia Tech outfit in' the New Canditan gae. cuted onube of Amerians hachev vlo The
Manole explained laughingly Walker. who went from Southerk Ol a ro l Jan celebrity can be counted on the hands of a grandfather clock The
o es Orleans Sugar Bowl Jan. 1 19s4 N. Y. Rangers the only wheel in town are chronically
that he knows his nose is a Methodist to the Detroit Lions. This led to West Virginia beingn town mediocre.
prime;"tgt etfor opponents, s* "I can't recall a back who was passed up by all Bowl agencies And even on rar occasion whn thy d manage to get
he "learned to protect it a, long such a carbon copy of Walker," last New Year's Day despite the in the playoffs, they are occast permiontted to use they do mane They
time ago." says Dutch Meyer, the long-time fact that Art Lewis' huskies lost he playoffs, they are not permitted to use the home. They
Prescott, already a favorite a- Horned Frog coach who is new only to tough Pittsburgh by a must go to Canada. That's because an arrogant management
among the-fight gentry, will appear athletic director. "Swink is the margin of three points. makes no provision for such an eventuality. Precedence in dates
for the first time since he earn- same type of runner, having the Meanwhile, Nebraska and Duke is given the circus, rodeo, ice show, or what have you.
ed a unanimous verdict over Les- knack of finding small holes squared off in the Miami Orange Thus management ... meaning Madison Square Garden .
li-" Thtblgon Aug. 28. which break him loose in the se- Bowl, the Cornhuskers after hav- make it clear in advance that it has no particular interest in
In spitieof his opponent's repu- condary. Like Walker, Swink is ing been repelled by Minnesota putting a championship team on ice, because to do so would mean
ta...u, erescott's backers still not exceptionally fast, but both and Kansas Statr, s m a c k e d only confusion and annoyance. The same gentlemen, however,
expect him0 to give a good account can go all the way when they see by Pittsburgh and smothered by brazenly hustle patronage for regularly scheduled games.
of himself. daylight." Oklahoma. Duke was tied by Pur- In no other sport does such an incredible situation exist,
due and belted by Army and Na- nor would It be countenanced. When it was suggested that Walter
vy. Georgia Tech went to the Dal- O'Malley, the president, play Brooklyn's World Series games in
las Cotton Bowl with three revers- the Yankee Stadium, where the seating capacity is double that
0 Am es, Arkansas with two. Navy was of Ebbets Field, he gasped "They'd shoot me." Brooklyn fans
invited to the Sugar Bowl despite have shot people for much less.
Open Nightly from two setbacks, one at the hands of But if Mr. O'Malley were peddling the Rangers instead of the
SPitt. Dodgers, he could have transferred the game to Great Falls, Co
8:00 p.m. West Virginia officials realize Mont., without hearing one peep of protest; on the contrary,
RO i T they are handicapped by being a many of the addicts would have followed, as many actually do cog
ROU TTE member of the relatively weak when the Rangers, by some miracle or mischance, find themselves I
21 (BIC.CKJACK) Southern Conference, yet -believe in the championship eleminations. Te
CRAP TABLB they are playing a representative it
POK2R schedule this season in one that GAME'S THE THING go
CHUCA-L includes Richmond, Wake Forest,
CHUCK-A-LUCK William and Mary, Penn State, The situation is all the more fantastic in view of the fact Hu
SLOT MACHINES Marquette, George Washington, that the Rangers have made the playoffs only twice in the last 1
S- ePitt and Syracuse. I 14 years, and that to do this, all that is asked is a fourth-place wo
,BAR SERVICE Looking ahead, however they finish In a six-team league. pla
., r w-Condtmeed sew f are strengthening the card in a And yet, in spite of management rebuff, player imperfections the
bid for a major Bowl date. Along and the almost complete absence of home-grown heroes, year I
this line, Texas and Miami of after year the customers come back, and it'd probably be an ac- wit
...... __p ,,,Florida have been added to next curate guess that the Rangers have fewer red ink seasons than end
fall's program. any other commercial sport in town. Itur
JOAN CRAWFORD and JEFF CHANDLER "six of the kids who played a- How can you explain it? Loyalty? Loyalty to what? Not to a tou
JOAN CRAWFORD and JEFF CHANDLERgainst Georgia Tech in the Sugar team that is habitually an also ran. Hockey fans surely can't All
Al" Bowl are now seniors," says be that much different from the normal breed. Individuals? The I
Next Thursday at the CENTRAL"in Coach Lewis. "It would be too personnel changes too often for that. rep
I- bad to see them close their college Very likely, it isn't loyalty at all, but rather the spectator's in
"FEM ALE THE BEAC careers without an opportunity to appreciation for a fast, exciting, contact game that can be hin
even the score in a nationally productive of thrills even when the competitive elements are It
FEMALE Oi iTHE iBEACH" a oe," sers absurdly one-sided. a t
Knows it sticks ay out, asserts It takes something special to fill a baseball park, a foot- for
knows it stfirks way out," asserts ball stadium or a figh but let the Rangers win two or three in
but what are we going to do when a row and they will come close to packing the Garden, even if N
the Bowl people refuse to consider they are last and hopelessly distanced as a contender.
the rode re In short, hockey appears to be a game that sells itself .
,"Making it all the more frus- which is fortunate, indeed, because the Garden certainly does
treating for us is that the present very little to sell it.
varsity is well backed by juniors SAME AS BASEBALL
IFo tI Perhaps a more reasonable way to put It is that the Garden
Football Resulost too much time in establishing a farm system, while the op-
position, endowed with greater vision and more enterprise, was
building up a stockpile of fine, young materiaL
gRIDAY'S SCORES In this respect, hockey 'is much like baseball. Teams with,
By Uvlted Press the best farms are in the strongest positions. You cannot go into!
Alabama State 13 Clark 6 the open market and buy stars whose notable skills make them I
Chattanooga 7 Abilene Christian valuable not only on the ice, but at the box offi et. And unless you
6 are lucky, you aren't going to get much noturisMent out of the
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"THE STORY: Tim. Rogers, returning from work, flls the girls regular schoolwork, a vo- thin man said, "No need
4y hswife orn t t .- s, sccation maybe, but more impor- to be seared of us, Mr. Rogers.
his wife Lorna that 10 years otf soc ice haed ended and ant, give them the love and af- You're Rogers, Titoothy Rogers,
o that things will "be different." He did not explain, but tetion they need."' I a't yodk?"
the neserxt dy when a h oancae, r na He paused. That's what want Tim nodded again.
thenext day when Tim had gone, Lorna searches through to do. Instead. He peered in- The burly man at the door
his papers and discovers that over a period at 10 years to the ht over no-mas land took over. "Did you bring the 10
Im'll show t h a lide a weomn nay.dolir dskl where. the enemy lay. The Clatter grand with your r
Tim apparently had given a woman nom d Clair Hoesky of a machine gun to their le t Tim nodded.
$t0n made himn duck. "Instead we're "In cash?"
TIM out here killing. But this jo b's Tim shook his bead. "Cheek.
1... h i ogot to bedone. We've got to move 'The man laughed harshly' and
-0at dawn." looked at the other two. "I told
lv a machine gun. Tim shuddered. you he wouldn't." He came in
Inside the car ti~ sleeping man Ai looked at Tim in the -star- and sat down beside Tim. To Tim
SOME time later, the telephone crouched down .a i-is seat and light. "What .do you think of my he said:
Tang. It was Mark Olstrom Tim's buried his head 'in his arms, fear plan? At dawn I mean."" "Let's hae the check. We're
cranky day boss, who ran a chain twisting his fat face. Tim was on longer listening. "I gonna take it toMrs ,Holinskyin
of furniture stores in Manhattan He dreamed of the machine- can't go on vwth you in the morn- person."
S and the Bronx. Oldstrom was fu-gun bullet tearing the sheathed lag."
roues, and Lorna had difficult bayonet aof his waist as he fell "You'l have toA." TIM ROGERS -nally fuad his
understanding him as he roared nto a lh "I can't, Al. Don't mike mi. voice. "I can't let you hve the
into.the phone. Al qim sk fell on top of Timn check. The moneygs.aot all mine,
"Tim told me he wanted SOo Thoe a was just large enough p.TIM ROGERS remembered how "What did you do, s t e a t?
In advance-all his next y e a r's fort 4e two of thept to get below he could sleep that night when he asked one of the pen.
salary," Oldstrom said. "I told the purface on the earth-to bur- and Al Holinsky crouched in a :l borrowed part of it' "
him nothing doing. Now he's gone the surface on the earth--to bur shell hole one day after D-Day.' "Borrowed It!" The hoodlum
ld written himself a c h e e k for the two of them to get below Tim hadn't even dared lose laughed. "The way. you borrowed
The idiot. Where is he now?" little protection from thie death his eyes. His stomach muscles it, I don't think you11 go to the
Lorna said she didn't know. ip front of them. had'been so tense, he c o ulIdn't 'police if we take' it."
"Find him, and tell him that ,The machine gun fire swept have moved without m a k I n gA Tim tried to put some confl-
if he tries to cash that check, over them, kicking little fistfuls them ache. dence into his voice. "You an'O
he'll wind up in jail. Un de r- of dirt into their refuge. Then toward dawn the bI g cash it. It's not made out to-you,"
stand?" guns began thundering in ea t-" The man beside him laughed
Lorna said she did. 'V nest again. again. "Clair Holinsky'll be glad
By late afternoon, Loas 4had Al said, "we'll b' golig fa r- to endorse it for us'," he paid.
her clothing cleaned and pressed, TIM ROGERS dreamed on. It ward soon. I'us lip back to,pick Tim g sat looking at the man. He
and had withdrawn the *304.50 was D-Day again. Or the d a y up the company. Wait here and was so. absorbed in his ugliness
she and Tim had kept in joint after. Rifle grenades plopped be 'Ill join you after I find u t that he neve saw the blow. The
S savings account in a Patchester hind the shell hole where he and where they are." back of the hand truck T I in
loan association. She telephoned Al Holinsky crouched. .Occasion-. "Don't leave me, Al!" catching him on the cheekai
an airline for reservations to Los ally therer was the crunch of 'a "Okay. You want to go back?' knocking him back against the
Angeles, but found there w e r e mortar sheit close by. They were "No-no! I'll wait. GO ahead.' sofo. R raised a hand to his
none available until the n e x t some distance ahed of theirface shaking the dizziness out o Pbrdg" ar'able to quickly brve all the neemary nj at i t s marked on the plotting boards.
day, company, cut off,"with a German VI his bead. t ori ttion, WAY make the decision as to what typ exo t ooisllbe-taken, relayig firin g ar
S Next she sent a ni ght letter to army corps out there in front of Without" another word 'Tim Gto to ,i4=1ame time. Lefte riiht are: 2nd ht. Ta ade' hl; S uk.Wareln Cope nd, or e or alerts
Aunt Marie and Uncle Jack who them. IN his di'eam on that train pulled the check out of his k- .,y Johnson; ad Pfe. John Askew, (U s..Army Phto) dC"
owned a chicken ranch In the And it was dusk, growing crossing Pennsylvania, Tim Rg- et and handed it over t th od-
Mojave desert neat Lancaster, dark. ers remembered Al Holinsky dis- lum. 'A
Calif. She told them she was com- They had stormed across the appearing over the rear edge of
iag for a visit. Channel unscathed. This was the the shell crater. (CONTINUED- NI"i SUNAT)"CZ.sT...S'S-ten e
"I'll show him," 1orna said to second day. No one had slept. Tim waited a long time for him .. .
b.rself defiantly. Now Tme. could go nalarther. to come back. Half an hoUr may-
-' ---4 I "Let's find -4 bigger -hole,'." Al be. Suddenly rifle fire began near- i e
TIM ROGERS salit in a coach whispered, keeping his v oice1y. Heavy guns clattered a n d _. In Stfer aan $ S ron ho
an the train clainc g toward down as though the Germans torpmy-gun bursts echoed. Tim's I
Pittsburgh through the green roll- could hear anything human amid company was moving forward.
lig hills of eastern Per WAitlli. the baes, IA few minutes more and a fig- The local point -of all anti- striking distance of the Canal
He felt more jubilant tanhn h had 1No "im sai ure threw himself into the she-- ahca lpoit the CanalLis picked up ty radar' outposts
-re aircrgt ap~t i m~i i the CaIt0 is picked Un 1oy radar outposts'm.the
been in'10 years.- "rhimy'lr pk us -off here soon- hole almost crushing Tim. Zone j* w. A 1Mcraft Oper.- in hidden loations alo10 the
The worst was over. er qr lter. "Move over, Fatatuff," Al grin- "' ter, subterranean co0- adets position is radioed
He had done' It. "I'm atying.' ned tensely. stran. oul inn I overlooli. to AA .
Now after the final chore, he "All right!' VTim didn't anst* m'His teeth therFPntoMi- 'in pl overr ottedton
would be able to return and. be- "They 'listened as the shooting *ere clenched too hard, i thIe r a ,selgt U of s plott he on
a nhw life with Lorne' and .lied down. Soon it was dark. "Okay, boy,' said Al'"let's go. on aelMan e 1paraus tht cfreti.
lly. Maybe he would change Tha kept their rifles and gre- Tim clutched the ground as he controls and cooetrdinates AA n te bridge facing the plot-
fbs. Perhaps he could move his s re~4y in ease a paol lay there 9gn hi belly,. Al shook Activity 24 hour a day, every tli board cnew of specialists
family to a smaller coimmaubity, came along. Tim was beginning him, gently, then roughly. "Come 4Actpv the year. reyd the information and set
where Billy ear play on grasn to tremble again.on, kid or you'll be left behind." the mnkchinery of mo-
Smarked with 'K ee p Off "Talk to me, Al. I I can't Tim choked, "I can't." Here too, in the event of an tion.
sns, and climb trees without a take this," Al grasped Tim by the scruff of outbreak of hostilities, would be identification Is e affected
Ile coated officer shouting at Al bean to talk. He told him his neck and rolled him over on ou the Command P of hostili for the 65th through the Air Force.
him to get down. I of Clair, singing and their un- his back. Antiaircraft Artillery Group. In the event the identifica-
But the old fear of the U' born child who he hoped would "I said get going." Antiaircraft Artillery Groupbbs. tin Is othe thane identifdly all
10own clutched at his belly and be a g rl. He told him about vil- Al pushed and what happened A lcom an elaborate apparatus. AA Batteries Lthae path-of the
21m Rogers woidered if he could unteering for field duty despite the next moment burned itself in- A M the ea d"- 8th AAA pe- aircraft are tit ont the alert. Thn
dtatter the moueld into which be three years' legal practice behind to Tim'S mind forever. Tim's fin- tachment of 6t iClayton, coh-AAt. irtae .ftlh orders would
MA been cast'by circumstance him because he wanted to serve ger somehow had inserted itself manded by Ma. '.A. Gray, keep th- n follow from the bridge as .,
ptt by his nattire, the hard way. (They not only had in the trigger guard of the M-1 watchful eye'.n potentially well. SP-3 RODNEy 010 af3 trtatrative Control
tozld a man break the habits to draft Tim mwhet he, finished ac- and as Al pushed him the rifle ag ve ff and main- The 764th AAA BattaloOP- John Asked, Teletyp-tolrk, and Pc.
of 10 years.? counting. They had come for got pointed at Al. Al was ust say- tain themselves in readinem a- rates on alternate AAOC oIa n the tten"ce of norma l co.ty mu lerao, to e anerned with the main
go had been a coward.since he him) ing, "You'll be-" '*but the next against the sbesility of hostile Atlantic side on a standby ba- and' to nthe line addt quar ers ASARIB
ws a boy. And his fear, his co- He told Tim -about Sally, his word never came, for Tim's fin- a t tgainstilthe;Panama Ca- h si which a stanwould come -Into records all tracks,tIn ludln adeton sp-3 Johnson, na clerk,
wardlce, had iliade him do terr- sterer, and in the darkness of the ger had pulled the trigger. Al at s spyIn thmea- h event of an utMer- craftrkIdentitualti g th tase number, nniber of air-
le things. Could he undo them night, punctuated by occasional looked down at Tim with a shock i plane entering within ge the event of an er-cy. target. (U. ident. Army Phaitie, estimated speed, and radar units on
with 10 years of atonement? He bursts of gunfire, a star shell or of surprise in his blue eyes as
aoped he had. .Could he change the thump of a mortar, his voice the bullet plunged through h i s
himself? He didn't know r e 0 w. hardened. chest. His eyes were still ope n, -
]tit he'd have more money now. "Sally was a beautiful girls I with the shock in them, when he COURT WtAlt-All set for a
Maybe after his return he could don't think I'll ever get over how fell atop Tim. hot set is June Clark, rideling.
find profession help for himself lovely she was. At 15, in Moon As his company crept forward, a new tennis outl A tho ln-1
and for Billy, for both of them Run, before we moved to West Tim took his rifle and pointed it tio&nal Fabric F'6f.1.'4aenA.e
needed it. And then he c ou l d Park, she met the wrong kind of at the calf of his left leg. T ii s cr.ated by di'.ignierToddy Tin- -
start giving Lorna and his son a guy. At 17 they had her on dope. time he pulled the trigger on pUn- ling, the Iong-torso ltpuis drpss"
few of the things he had deprived The cops sent her away to prison pose. challenges the tinid to brielbr
them of for so. long. for helping a gang of hoodlums nd brieter a .4in., tenis
He watched the green lawn of strip a store and s ho oot up a THE huge 100 year old elm course in recent years.
Harrisburgh flit by his train win- guard. When she got out at 21, 'stood like a half-opened fan in .; .
dow in the late morning sunshine. she went back to her gangster the graveled driveway of the
Waving been up 'late, he stretched pals and the dope. At 22 she was Beaver Falls Academy for Girls. Stls Fhi
back in his seat to rest,-and be- dead-of T.B." As Tim walked slowly up from
gas to think of what he would do the highway where the bes had 1 1 .
when he got back. AL paused. Tim listened, for dropped hipn off, up thbinarrow
Ten ff~rs of drudgery drifted never before had Al discussed country lane bordered with sUver pI t f.l
rroug his mind. Ten years of this part of his life with him. maples toward the barn li k e1I
being-chained to two jobs, then The June ground was cold be. school building and the great I -
the rd this'year so he could neath their fists, stone house, it was already grow. MILWAUKEE (UP) A tel-
#ain a year. Then years without I "I've never gotten over it, Tim. ing dsk, evislon set can be entertainig,
a vacation, for when one came. I made up my mind to go to No lights came from the house. inforr.ati've, decorative and it
-' tie had tb work at the second school and study law so I could No sound from the school, Cows cas-even prowip a WOO place
job, or the third, do something to help girls .like mooed in the pasture" alongside for a bird nest.
le bought humorlessly that Sally. Ispecialized in juvenile del- the road. A rabbit bopped Mcross Mr.and Mrs. Frank Lentz' f19e
he was probably the only man in inquenc~ eases. For three years his path. An owl swooped down year-old son, Danny, found a bkby
New York wh'got three vaca' I saved every penny. I could so from a nearby oak, pounced on sparrow that had fnlln from its
tions a'year and could never get I could buy this farm, start a something that wriggled sad neat. He took it home, and all
away for evenpne. school for girls. squeaked in the road and' circled took turns feeding, st with an
Well, now it1 was all over at "They don't need help when wide to return to the tree, He dropper and tweeters.
last! they're grown. It's too late then, shuddered.
Tim wondered whether Clair'I want to help them between 10 Then as his heavy feet After a few days ao this treat-
Mollnsky has changed much. Hle and 15, like Sally was when our crunched across the gravel lead- meAnt. the sparrow felt right at1

l'twafomembered how ravshing parents were ked a car acing up to the verani he could home, beganenjoying.,its iet, of -: .
beautiful, how tall and d a r k-I cidentt, when something could still feel the swelling grow in his wme balan enyd wtrm ground met
haired she had been when he had be done. But' there was lots of stomach. He was so tense climb- and grew accustomed ato its e
seen her, right after the war. lie red tape. I needed qualifications. ing the steps he knew it was his n a cigar box stuffed with flannel:
bhdn't dared face her since that So I got a degree in education, in imagination at work making him matting.
time for fear of giving himself a- night school. I needed money. I think the old man in the window IThe most convenie4 place for
Way. He had gone to her home in couldn't raise enough. But I didmof the room above was bound the bird's unorthodox nest wa
Pittsburgh -to tell her about Al's I save three thousand -enough to and had a gag in his mouth. atop the, televisiaact. A lighted
st talk with him and how he, put down as a binder on t h e Before he could frighten h i m- lamp was placed boe the box
- Tim, and many friends of Al's farm. It's near Beaver Falls, in sell further, he w&s standing at to p s av the brm.
who had knowe him and loved the rolling hills country, on a the door about to knock when it,
him were goin to tto, help her beautiful spot overlooking the 0'"opened. A man's husky v a I c e 1 PUV T' 3O t JOHN t '. A ans" a arrest
corry out hi ans. o hio River. I got the license 'romsid "Comei m, and ha e f aced ,I (
He remembered how she looked the state. I interested some well-I three grim lookiner men il thhe Btil .aaJn laP-3LYfVAN LALCO f, wirechif ,ch .. n along o .._l -Iu over1 D the oaarIstauDi
l dat him lvel r she as tal sito-Ado friends and made ariranse.h be semidark sitting eem. The', .N W N oI- t w O VAN BLAn CO aiech, eck t t. e a ng br a "th 0" lokn o the boar

1, r .ol er tha ments to start cdr building. hen s the, man who opened t the dorts.edlnd I d ier Iw this w a Ahboardp n 1 1 the1118 t.othe. AA_111` .10, ... t d
war cam b er t rIw jnut" of the every ing's wait on the light at tn d sit .a rh M spoto on the tMU. te 1i re j ob t o i lmm. e mta -H. rote, a na.t a
Sthrs T pr start o T 'ing. down ." hes les In perfect coM Aey Plo to). o. .
It was for Al, Al Holinsky. trhe the school up?" Tih looked at him. -He was MNird S eWb5pike of New
I. ithm. six-faoot dreamer w i t h Fiftye grand. I've fired andshort, powerfully built with huge el tlehom "
sin gular shoulders, drooPed refigured till I know re ost of'hands, arie a d shouders, tick ice -creaf' 7dT UV
eyell, a slight cigreet coughreeverytbmg by heart. Thirty five dark beetle brows and an evil heu h2.1 a'I" W81 on the
who, five years older than Tim.for the buildings a school,, lace. 'Tim looked at the seoudleadler f "her atle w iutl

b" "hisbest friend in the.wbich I'll make out of the barn man standing at the dk in o w a.llgarehg sheClimbed
S.and-a big dorm, bhch I can col''coiner This .e wasOWlJ atot pr .
Ro.-"gers dozed. The porter !ert out of) the house. Its a1' very thin-his ftee.his d",tane.i04. I..L

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