The Panama American


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


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


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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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GI's Mental -Obstacle Biggest

Problem For Jungle Training

'Tae GI jungle fighter, facing
thi Wungle'sa rivers-and cliffs, hai
S a mental obstacle more acute
*ha physical. That is a theory
of jungle training expertat her,
So with that mental obstacle
In mind, the U1ARCA IB Jun-
. stajw ; TruIW Ct enter at
=Tbu*t a con-

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er that hisaflS.are

The course is A phyleal
challenge. In eotering the
eGorse, a Mtan preparlnr for
hia uffle pert tet crses
mountain streams and treach-
eroas rivers and ravines, usiig

New Yrk Educator

Sees Modern Era

S As' kmoral Epoch
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 12 (UP)-
A New York educator today call-
a ed-the modern era "an epoch of
S monstrous public immorality."
.. C. Wright Mills, director of
qploogy of Columbia College,
C61tarmbia University, told the
national conference of the Adult
; education Asan. there is "little
S live poHtIcal struggle" in socie-
ty. Inte.d, MW said, there is
"admin OR from abovq, and
the IMcal vac uum below,"
l- ,M s prdtted the ,"new In-
trial revolution" will even-
S Valy provide triple the present
materiall lstasidtd of living with
.- an avenue ork week of 20 or
30 hours. Yet, he said, tost im-
ages Qf tbh future are "of fright'
-r4 hormr.h
f society nup t return to
Sars. eJtIelated at Je-
tand Ahens at the be-
oafr Chrlstl era.
-B effective units powerr"
MAW said, "are now the huge
cqiporation, the inaccessible
government, the grim military
establishment. The means of
power are increasingly central-
ized and- the split of the ration
minid from the centers of deci-
sion virtually complete."
"The really respected intellec-
tail pillars of the community."
he said, "are likely to be silly
old rich men who sit on park
benches or tough, crackpot real-
1st* in charge of airfleete and
fri htfull expensive bombs."

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70- eid todAe Joynta

dt1.easred4iive wegks ago.
It Was crying 25 passengers
and crew *when it:-left Afia,
Samoae TrV twoday va-lge to
Fakeofe te Tokd*U- -'lls4,.
Wheg; te ipbecame.overdue,
laneTad eahips eched for
days ve -a lp9,OW0square-mile
area .
Thtraday,.-the't'asmer Tuvalu
came upoh a waterlobegd *ylta
drifting aimbsaly. and far .o Its
ourae 90 mil&s north of-41,. Eljsan
island of Vmuau LevU. 'ere was
no trace: ofthe'25 perisei who
had been aboard.
The ElJiaa;.overnment qip De-
ge set out to take the.Joyita in
Its captain, E.L. James: said
"this looks lie another Marie Ce.
hbate." -?
This recalled one of .tq greatest
seafaring mysteries of. a i me.

-. The Marie Celeste was -ee of
only his physical strength, and the great sailing sniiph of the last
creative powers. Ie great sailing ship oTthe last
There is more 'than a little to 'tntury. Shr was toundn euaing
learn before ruing the course. across the antic under-f
Th.e pra- tetturpand demon- i Theree was o sap -of tr .
ration i ivenW Lt. ,am_ JP. erything was In perfect order.
Miley, JW tC )latrcr tber. was qO trsee Vi the
tma- atueta -
Test c el'tu% Th ft and the te.-
aw l r9 .ymg vi aev *e -..a 4A..
a i acD Oman. clif scal, Tli4 Tuvailrsa e were some
ing, cliff defending, river crosa- sin, of an explosion aboard the
ing. and ravine crossing. Each Joyit. Its fanel wasmissing and
obstacle las two or ore ways I Wa listing heavily.
of being c e ., ,* -
streams and riven j here are two Oered
common '-ethods. ,
The command? rawl, emph-d
sizing balance, ia oe ,h t e. a
The trninee. cni ink Vpo'n Pm U'Wi-t
The ctraimnee mof wthmt" frg-
like strokes, -reep apeon .the NEW YORK, Nov. '1 (UP)
top of a rope strand th his Inexpesive, h operated
pack on his a. phonographs that can e pped
The second;meto te m by air be indthe Iron aCur ta with
key crawl- Is Just*u oposite. out damage were offered today
The spl0ter speds jhiaMelf oas the newest weapon in the pro-
under the rope en a-oer- paganda war with, the Cornm-
hands hlihself, ellC g Iupon munists.
strength rahr thm pktce. The Vklce of 'America already
Most oomb dn ofithe materials I making field tests Wh the m
used Injungle o lstacles anrechines, which can be produced
rope .adders, vin-Asnd trees, for as little as 50 ceots each end
and single strand ropes. ie for less under mass- production
single -strand rqpe -is. frdbbly methods.
the nost -useca
The JWTC theory ris being The machine Is made mostly of
proven every day plastic. The turntable is operated
COndiuer the 0rs pental Teors by a.crank.1 ts seven-inch, 78 rpm
and Jungle obstacles "ccn be records cost ibouttafive cents each
grossed easily and rapidly,'they to manufacture>and are imbreak-
aay. Then they d-Jt, at JWVTC. able.

S.rr a. Federal Ourt order. The t+W
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Adlai Asks World Police

Watchdog Mid East Crisis
.. -.. .

-Officials Indicated today that
the United State. would support
only .as a last resort Adlal Stev-
ensop's suggestion that an In-
ternational police force be used
in the Egypt-Israel crisis.
Officials said the government
might look into the pros and
cons- f Stevenson's sugestion if
the Middle East altuttlnh wors-
ens. But they said no active con-
sideration would be given to it

Death Toil A t Five

in anemwr (rash

Of Plane. De V
SAN DIEGO, a .ltNew. i-
(UP)-The death tol to a)et fivt
today from the spent lr crash
of a Navy attack bomber into the
destroyer U.S.S. Hopewel during
maneuvers 80 miles westof-Jie.
A Douglas Skyralder dived into
the 2,0fton ship yesterday in
a low-level attack during Joint
United States-Canadian maneuv-
ers. Tbh tragedy resembled "'a-
mikaie' attacks of World War II
in whi Japanese pilots deliber-
atelyW -unged their planes into
Navy. hips.
The .c] included the three
men aboard the plane and two
sailors 4n the destroyer. F i v e
other sailors on the ship suffered
burn. They were flown.-to San
r yal .o-pital.b.. ..b opt-
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good condition.
Mavy Commander V a r k M.
Grtpdor of North Chicago, I111.,
skipper of the Hopewell, said it
appeared the plane was making
a simulated attack upon the ship
-vhen the crash happened.
The propeller-driven bo m b e r
smashed into the destroyer's steel
side and burst into flames. So
great was the impact that the
plane's engine came out on t h e
other side of the ship. A gaping
hole was torn in the destroyer's
plates. Flaming fuel from t h e
plane sprayed over the ship.
The Sopewell began taking in
water, but the destroyers inger-
so3 and Yarnal pulled alongside
and helped put out the flames. Af-
ter temporary repairs, the Hope-
well returned to port here under
her own power.

New Use Seen
*For Aureomycin
CHICAGO, Nov. 12 (UP) -
Aureomycin soon may be used to
preserve poultry. fish and other
meats,. a. chemist says.
Dr. Wilbur H. Miller of Amer-
ican Cyanamid Co. said the an-
tibiotic helps hold the fresh-
killed taste and appearance of
these foods "all the way to the

Thea recalled how difficult
it was to get broad interns-
tional palticipation in the
Korean War ad the heavy
Amerlea casualty list that
Stevenson proposed in a Char-
lottesville Va., speech last night
that "United Nations guards"
patrol the trouble-ridden Egyp-
tian-Israell border. The 1952
Democratic presidential nomi-
nee said the possibility of war
in the Middle East was a sign
of "the disintegration of our
whole system."
Diplomts saw the Stevenson
speech as a warning that foreign
policy was going to figure prom-
Inently in the 1956 political
campaign. But they were more
worried about the problem of
the moment-the Egyptian-Is-
raeli fightnig.
State Department Press Offi-
cer Lincoln White emphasized
that the main'U.S. diplomatic
effort in the Middle East is dou-
ble-edged short-range and
White told reporters yester-
day that the mbort-range ef-
tort is to get Israel and Egypt
to agree to U.N, ceasefire
On a longer-range basis,
White said, the United States is
uilng Israel iand he Arab states
To support Secretary of State
Joh1 Foster Dulles' Aug. 26
peale plan. Thi pledged Ameri-
9n dollars and security guaran-

Slain For 'Science'
&B VEGAS, Nov., Nov. 12
(UP) An Atomic Energy Com-
mission big game hunting party
stressed today that a cow, bag-
ged along with three deer, was
not shot by a nearsighted AEC
hunter but purposely killed "in
the interest of science."
In announcing the hunt-part
cf a continuing experiment into
the effects of atomic test radia-
tion-the AEC somewhat whim-
sically stated "it is stressed that
the cow was included deliber-
The cow was one of a group of
six which has been grazing on
or near the test site since the
first atomic series during the
winter of 1951. The AEC said It
was probable that all of the
cows "were in .areas of heavy
fallout. There was less certain-
ty about the movement of the
deer, however.
The animals, all In apparent
healthy condition, were sent to
the University of Tennessee for
"We just don't want any
sportsmen thinking our hunting
party shot that cow thinking It
was a deer," an 4EC official


Civic ti t

As iaison Group

For Zone Councils
(Editor's Note: This is the
last in "Red Feather Series"
depicting the agencies which
wil participate in the Canal
one Community Ches).
Youngest of the Canal Zone
Community Cheat's 13 partici-
pating agencies la the Congress
of Civic Councils, the coordinat-
ing group of the four Canal
Zone local rate civic councils.
It is not a governing body but,
rather a means by which the
four- concils work together; It
serve eral] liaison group
for 'ftBWoh atfect more
than one -tohe communities
represented, representatives at-
tend the mOnthly "shirt-sleeve"
conferences held by the Canal
Zone Governor.
Meaded by ills T. Fawcett,
who also serves. as president
of the Paraiso Civic Council, it
Is composed of three delegates
each from the Paralse, Rain-
bow City, Santo Cru (Gam-
boa? and la llea civic coun-

It meets monthly, changing
the location of its meetings so
that each of the participating
councils plays host to the Con-
gress -once every four months.
Meetings of the congress are
open to the rtmpnhers of the
e rte.wbere It 4 1%
have aWvoW on-wI l .
dei Wslusion.


Four Quit

Argument, St

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GENEVA. Nov. 12 (UP) Russia proposed
power declaration renouncing use of force in interim
disputes today in a Big Four conference meetii
ended in deadlock on the issue of world disarmat=d-
The U.S., British, French and Soviet foteigyn
hqld a final face-saving meeting on disa'mmt
turned suddenly from bitter verbal slugging' ..t ca
They abandoned further attempts nMew to rest
agreement on disarmament but left the doosopkn-ft
their talks. ,
Soviet foreign minister V. M. ure of form a
Molotovv using a more concilia. diarmasaen
tory tone, repeated that the so- change'f Y
viets "under certain conditions" curred here
would a4ept President Misen- nd wlUlel
hower's "open sky" proposal for In the ted
aerial photography and ex- .
change ofbupW.
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Ach ea oft. he iaid Prt i e
A few of the many accom- uld be rabl to peacean
plishments of the council in- security. M i. L
clude: The Soviet delegate said thatnu j ( Yu
S"we recognize the need to con- r
4reetion of two covered bus tinue to seek agreement on a
stop shelters in the Mindl Dairy comprehensive program for dis-
area. armament which would promote
Establishment of playground international peace and securl- Own
facilities for Camp Blerd. ty." In Own Sowaif
"In some matters our positions
Obtaining additional street have come closer together," he 'MEXICO CITIY, Nov. 12
lights for Paraiso. sa!d.
But Molotov said the minis- -Mexico City cities hav
Provision of a night play area ter should not attempt to con- told by eineers that
on the La Boca school grounds. ceal their basic disagreement. the next 20 to 30 year th
Establishment of 8 p a n i s h U.S. Secretary of State John will drown in its oWn sewsa
night classes in all local rate Foster.Dulles said: The engineers sid ti
townsites. '"I feel confident that even if hae engine ers said th
we didn't reach a large mpa- has sunk nearly 26 feet 5iit
Already well-advanced in an- we didnt reach a largeme beginning of the century.
other project: programs which
will be held in the various local Russian Newsm n The neers said the
rate communities to build mo- w m n has become more danger
rale and raise the general cul- See the last decade with the r
tural standards, according toSee Stanfioru creasing to ap xlmat
FPawcett. These programs would Tr L* inches annually. They told
bring music or outstanding tangleW ith nigh' ants to prepare to eial
speakers to the 'Canal one's lo- former Aztec capital whip
cal rate communities, he added. WASHINGTON, Nov. 12--(UP1- the nerve center of all M
From a Moscow Radio broadcast
The congress has no source of describing the activities of Rus- The sinking, the enkftine
revenue and funds from the sian journalists touring the Unit- ported, is caused baslcal
Community Chest will pay its ed States: the extraction of water frag
running expenses. "The next day the journalists sub-soil by some AO -I
attended a football match between This, they say, has rel
Thegoal of this year's drive teams of Stanford Lniversitv and level of the underground
Is $35,000. The drive ends tomor- 'the high school in San Jose." the city is built' over an
row. Any comment, San Jose States. caused the soil crust to.0*

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.Winners Will Be Revealed

At Art Exhibit Opening
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The major art event of the tricia Markun, president of the
year In this area, 14th annual Canal Zone branch, National
Isthmian Communty Art Show, League of Amer:can Pen Worn-
sponsored jointly by the Canal en.
one Art League and the Canal The annual show, which corn-
one branch, National League of memmorates Ame r I c a n Art
American Pen Women, will open Week in this area, is open to all
at 4 p.m. today with a Lea at artists in the Canal one and the'
the ballroom of the Tivoll Guest Republic of Panama, and the
oause to which the public is 101 entries represent a cross-
invited. section of the painting, sculp-
ture, and crafts now being exe-
During the tea, awards will be outed on the Isthmus. Several
innouneed and priws presented artists new to the region have
I the winning entrants by Rob- entered this year's show. The
rt Morris, president of the exhibit, which was hung by Ag-
Canal Zone -Art Leaue and Pa- nes P. Johnson's committee, was
-jd ined by a jury of five mem-
S bears, Including Mrs. Julian P.
oroketarrs Sadi Mrs. Vera sllot.
Mrs. Irene Paulding, Mrs. Jean'
Unacceptable Pets Karhe and Pvt. Geo Elm.
ELOCCINGTdN, Id., Nov 12 This Is the first ear the Ben
(UP)-Gobflsh and canaries pare Women have iotnecdwith the Art.
d tbe tfor college studentseau presenting the rt
but parle and hamsters are Weeksow The national direc-
P ot, IndilOt University dormitory tor of Amnerian Art Week this
seuthorites have ruled. year is Anne MiC ure RNemann,.
a member of the ConnectIcut
They 10 beed hamsters in dormi- Pioneer Brawch of the National
torines et semester because the Leaue of Ameican Pen Wom-
animals "multiply too rapidly." __- She re-A1r d that .Pen
Parakeewi wr ordered out on Women everywhere Join Ia cele-
iroUs-l= -. a m 'moey when brataig American Art Week,
uneed-d ftea aire left w-flt wrttg that Its theme Is I "t
out ftod a drink-whea students bosor art that Is truly of the
go horne for vasatiUs -d week- I people, by the Doo and for
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community trt exhibition metjn t solemn MIAasi F a r alt ie l.
ilanm entries. Their decdid ws be .caf7 a p 1h. t Wai
the Tivoll Guest bouse, to whieb tM.WSmCZone Art Lto -_ueBtS4C
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i dL ialto didn't live happily ever sallr. Not bf long
I doubdih -, -

My Ntory teacher never tot round to bMrOWdfg me on
the troubles Lady H. had meeting .he old FeF y..t uz
| bill. and stuff like that, once 'hpr Horatio had -6p6 the
"Kiss me, Hardy" bit. .
There are at- sorts of other incomplete stories In
history. What schoolboy ever is told the storf of Bonnie
Prince Charlie after his romantic but futile bil lfor the
British prowh was repulsed at Derby in 1746?7

PFat is. the skirl of the bagpipes and the betN"-g of
the drums was replaced by the wolf whistle and thpop.
ping of champagne corks as B. P. Charlie scopted round
Paris making many a non-futile bid for the Free (or charge -
account) French floosies.
Glad I 'am to report history is getting more specific. .
Or the teaching of its, anyway.
Take a couple of modern adventure stories, if that's
what you want to call them.

Fellow- nime of Mussolini took to doing vocal work-
uts from some balcony in Rome, omitted to fall off and
brepk his neck, and finished up with a whole heap of
Italians barking the same Fascist tunes.
The history of Mussolini is admirably well document-
ed. He could speak five languages (only man at Munich
who needed no interpreter), feed a fatal dose of castor oil
-into a pattiet named Matteoti, play the violin, eliminate
democratic elections (nothing like castor oil for elimina-
tion), make the trains run on time, lose a war and finish
6p hanging by the Keels, with his head kicked in, beside
the battered body of his mistress, Clara Petacci.
Special enough history, whichever way you look at it.
Then the Russians's recent release on prisoners
captured at the fall of Berlin has confirmed well enough
that Hitler had one of the most expensive cremations on
record, seeing how much it must have cost to get gasoline
in the Withelmstrasae with the Russians shelling in the
next street.

His valet and sundry other characters who were in
the bunker with the well-known military genius have given
assurance that indeed Hitler and his Eva Braun were
cremated after suicide.
Hitler was a cultural gent. He painted, lived Hand to
mouth in the rug business, and proudly contributed to
modern thought such landmarks as Belsen and Auschwitz.
.He thought Wagner was a beaut, anti forced Einstein from
the country.
Hitter's plie in history 1s secure. Right & t-
tom, with the weight of events holding it secur*ey tn.
Another good illustration of how specific modern history
is, compared to the fuzziness of the past.
Leading the avante-garde in modern history, as In
every other significant facet of our lives here on the
Isthmus, come, the Panama Canal Company, edging the
military forces by a short head.

Please do not let it be thought that all heads in the
Panama Canal Company are short. Many, it has been con.
tended, are long and pointed. I do not wish to interpose
myself in this technical argument, regarding which I know
so little.
What I do know is that the Panama Canal Company
has displayed a historic patience since the Air Force,
staunch defender of each and every principle of democracy,
gave Nicaraguan dictator Tacho Somoza the run of the
Albrook commissary.
But the Panama Canal has a sense of history, that it
does indeed. Another case history has been patiently' com-
There was a well-known fellow who gave. refuge to
all the Nazi talent that could reach his shores in 1945.
Who ran his country with the aid of curious electrical
devices which, strategically applied, brought discomfort
to naked men under secret police interrogation.

Among the honors heaped upon this personage was
the charge that he held Britain up for bilghwayman prices
for meat when her wind and her bank were broken from
the exhausting effort of winning her war.
There were commercial misdeeds alleged by American
businessmen. And several American publications were ban-
nod from his country.
The story of this personage has been dutifully com-
pleted by the Panama Canal Company, mindful of the
precise nature of modern historical standards of research.
Instead of hanging from his heels in a Milan Square,
or making like a sizzling steak in trench outside a Berlin
Chancellery, Juan Peron has fetched up at the Panama
Canal Company's. Hotel Washington.
Now I don't want it thought for a moment that the
Panama Canal is out of line feeding and sheltering bully-
ooy Juan Peron.
After all, Secretary of State John Foster Duloes has
just paid official visits to dictators Tito and Franoo.
And there are all sorts of Russians rushing about the
United States on one wst o. mission or otherto -
Clearly, then, there no social objection of pcon-
sequece +o the characters who scorn and d de the
*prn of democracy which the Pentagon k evucol
siderabt billions of the taxpayers' money swaajf I*.
eI dly to defend. .
Maybe instead of yowling about Russians and Ger-
manE and efficient races liki that, who make nie .jusio
and who can get te trains to- run on tbme, anothe.tget
for oritieni_ ophu be sorted out.
Thistargetperhaps should enoompras those countries,
such as Britain, who fought so hard alongside the United
1States in the war for democracy that they are having
Trouble paying back the money they borrowed.
S Let's then excoriate these lands for owlng mesony.
S But let's not utter a sylable against a man who
moeked every democratic principle that cost G_ kleed. and
S demcrany's- wealth, to protect.

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0Cbafgres ; rs+ P cking Up Momentum In South 35 Years
'The admIIstration's ar m For example n Se Ala
teen nations to Cokgresa SHIGTON (NEA)- De Forexaniple In Selma Alf
next January will include .a."soil te ed opposition to the u- heart of the state's Negro belt, -1-...
bank" plan for retiring millionsof Court's lesions against Southern f hool N e w s reports
surplus-producing acr' Arom:erop : school segregation la pick- that 16 out :of 29 egroqs wh SALINAS, Calif. (-Up)- Som m
production, it was learned today.. l jp om entmus in the South, signed a desegregation petition hay that time never stands still,
Final details .have not been ee ding t dartest reports receiv- were fired front their jobs. This but t did so here-35 years worth.
worked out, but one official said ed re. estimate was given by Alston A hunter recently returned to
flatly "we will have a soil bank resistance tin active, orga- Kieth, chairman of the Citize Mrs. Olga AI. Fenchel, widow of a
plan.'" He said he had 17 differ- Rise and widespread. In most Council there. former rand worker, the heavy,
ent programs on his desk for such C ,. however, it does not fol-I He called the actions "spaon- inscribed gold watch lost by her
plan. Most versions have this low he violent pattern of the dis- taneous" on the part of the re- husband, Raymond, three and a
much in common: cr ed Ku Klux Klan. A num- apectile employers. However, he half decades before while battling
Farmers would contract with ber its participants are respect- added, "I don't believe there a fire in a dense weeds near here.
the government to remove a spe- ed immunity leaders. would have been the unity of ac- The sturdy, old-fashioned time-
eifle amount of land from produc- A east 21 private organizations tion that there was without the piece is still in good shape, despite
tion of such surplus as-.wheat fr3 Delaware, to Arkansas to A- educational work of the Citizens' a few minor dents and scratches
cotton and corn. they the would laba a are openly opposing .com- Council." put on Its easing by the hooves of
last the land to grass itnd other p l e with the Supreme Court's passing cattle.
0fl-building crops. They also dec a outlawing public school Roy Wilkins, executive secre- Fenchel spent a good part of his
would follow good conservation segr atlon. Six of them h ave tary of the Natlinal Association later life looking for the watch,
practices. apu up is the last month. for the Advancement of Colored passed on to him by his immigrant
Ja return, the government would Th o figures are based -on In- People, takes a dim view of the father, but always failed to turn
give them payments partly cover form tion received by the South- upswing of opposition groups. it up.
iag lost income and conservation ern education Reporting Service, in the fight to attain full citl- Mrs. Fenchel gave thanks to the
cots. an I ependent organization in enship rights, the Negro is faced finder and said she now Intends to
'1- Nas ille, Tenn., set up to report with a conspiracy to deny equali- continue the family tradition by
Farm organizations supporting obje vely all develop ents in ty," he charges. "Here and there giving the watch to her 13-year-old I
Tlred greet vil-. the plan say it would result i areas affected by the Court de-dotting the South, organizations son to wear on his Sunday outfit.
4 home tlMr. and Mrs. E. "baking" fertility in the soil fqr clai It's monthly publication have aprng up overnight. Some *
g h.1 .d hen trance for the future needs rather than storing is c ed "Southern School News." with fancy names like Virginia's
sitnt es itae stere dogs once adorned the same fertilizing the form of *--- Defenders of State Sovereignty HOUSi fl ill NO. 1
.Sw k We ns sSamd inventor t the air' surplus corps in government H is the oppesit br e a k- and Individual Liberty, oth ers
t She. guessei se were placed in warehouses. down where it la most effective: like the White Citizens Councils
Sone Te are about four The decision to ask Cotiges to Str guest pro-sregation acti- of Mississippi, which frankly de-
two sha a haftigh approve a soil bank lqa, repoe vity mes om-*e Citizens' clare their anti-Negro purpose."
se .nts- an about-face for th A Cou movement. It claims 50,- One thing is certain. The ex.
-- culture Department,. Onr a ew 000 imbeta is Misuassipgp and ttnt of organized opposition .Is ST. PAUL, Minn. (UP) -
Smonths ago it frowined on th. iis re rtedi be buy it Alaba- greater than many experts believe. Never underestimate the power of
k ," dea4 1 Under-secretary of I Lotla.. 4bot.40 local ed it would.-be. The S u p r e m the housefly, the Minnesota State
u. :IL J ture Tru D.' Morse ibld s hayoa "teqa for m e d in Court'v second& ruling last May is Medical Assn. .said. It Is one of
mered Uunng 745theW4"e.ate st disea menec-:.ocan se arrrorse nc
1I.5 eommKit*"es 6 W ~rit 0arf.' : now keen as nhe, foremost factor the greatest diseas-carriers in
.. y would coat too much ditd ;,t e St4te iCouncl 1t for triggering this activity, history.
too difficult to admiiste a to 1W bg oeltate-wide and have
B ut hePSsnate Ag'ultate 19l i Is Ten. In eet te courtt told local "ereenmg and insecticides have
e I M nUY r 'mittee found wiode~pead anupp i s (Miele F-he eder-. lchotl satmrftiles they as u.t helped reduce the menace,' the
for the plan in its .recent cog ation Cmastutt~Govern- make a proi pt and reansable association said, "but good sanita-
,. -tocoast farm hearfgs. Chairman men start t w a.desegreagatlo tion is the one weapon against
W'J. urld. -W ld. : m p ad Allen J. Ellender (D-T.a.Y and oth De(e ders of State *iveruignty within-prUlical limitatleis. which flies cannot develop resist-
A'Ja.a ended World ly 10,000 troops and -airme par- er .member called it a likely solu- and I ividual Liberty t working This strjied up many groups to ance. One careless person can be
c j l.killed ,9-. aol tIcipatng, *" Lion to the problem of boosts against mixed elMwooms. Vir- resist, delay and stall. They took the source of enough flies to annoy
d 0e since the start Amryforces will maneouverover farm income. gia. Caro i"has ts Pa- on many different names. Here everyone on the block. The best
f :agebrush, the-larg an area of more than a million The Agriculture Department of trots North Cao Inc. are some .that have not been method of controlling flies is to'
et m manuerue since-the acres in western l buiana. facial said the number of acres **c acrlsmt q ". an of noted: eliminate places where they lay
.diLa.,Nov.l12(UP> ----- --- farmers retire from crops prob these raups, blwt m. White America, Inc. (Arkansas) their eggs.'
officials aa -e .- ably will depend on ho igh Con- is the act that ther ei Friends Of Segregated Schools
sp ok a o l gress sets payments under the often top draiwr 'a that. the (Miusissippil, Christian A m r 1-
a onpArpoyspokesmandenet program. groups themselves peatdly. re- a Se tion Assc.i of l i H
rd 'roops 'partpicpai iin.the .1nousc violence,, nas DSoe- olaware, 'fgfryland .Pet it ion -
gciat foradr we..eut L .beaig The department's proposal, prot maker executives tte CCOmmlt rysee Society i ton l
car fer ad outely. e f ably will recommend paying farm Southe Eduet tom M'. Maintain Seregation. Ta Assesj. u s
a s in e. t | OU in f ers the cost of turning crop land Serv There one-man out-
Ti 4tamenmat .was in a answer to V rhepo mw teofe tLwe troops wrote al payment administration plan thev don't believe ln-Wolent tre s- Sl era ,.Also among the 21 Robert G. Cherry. a Texas
the they were.n t. e- ners decide on, the offilal said. luton f this question. So me Irgans i the National hAs- A. & M. College professor and tax
ceiv.M Iw.' rpecars. BLOOMINe TONs n CUP) Current thinking also calls for frankly) say they are exerting tco aociato the Advancement. of expert. says the aerial camera is
A businessman vevs,tbat teach- land retirement contracts running nomic nd other prsruares op Ne- Wbitf Pl1 headed by Bryant e"thirdt eye" for tax assessors.
Il the number f -"e ers hould'speak up loud and clear several years. groes at to petti to am-Bowles, a re'dent of southern Property the assessor mies
cidW t vt the Public Infer- bout school problens... pliance with Supreme court de- Delaware. But among responsible shows up in aerial maps, he told
man Iffee sald 12 f bthe rvin B. Harris, chairman of cps ose Others denf it." Southerners it s considered a meeting of assessors.He said an
wr W esaqed by meter te board of Science Research As- Sh--- reckless hate group- aerial picture recently turned up
vob s mhaskap..But.authoritips ociates of Chicago. told a meeting p te meet fverle aerin Eas Texa a 1,6reent00-acre tract
e .eirseq of. the 12 were of 1,000 administrators and teach. R L cae e r these eltl. groups that hadn't been taxed in 100
ki a.trffie accidents Wile. ers at an Illinois State Normal Ru| fng Estabils das d ecat by Sut ll elp years.
on V.ce. University conference here that Car a's 1U. ow. Erst F.
n me. were killed 'when local organizations aten want' to Menln Be a Ms That Hoango er These maps,. Cherry said, can be
he menwter e- ledr when. be helpful but don't know how. "It I my belief that the Citi- bought cheaply from the federal
hrallA near te p "Too many teachers seem to shy a i Azens' uncils, by mobilizing the CHICAGO -(UP)- Honey Is one government.
erasi near Me .eamp: -two .were awy; from th'e public," he said. I
_drs 'mlitts a~l oqne0 was ",S'om ay he f hae" uncon-i CHICAGO -- (UP) A real best leadership at the community of the best treatments for acute
Ukill l ty v g. sciously chosen t aching. as estate executive has spoken out level, help restored aai a woman do c to
-. t of' t e giant' means' of apidin o much con- against s Centas and said ey d security for .-aa Ia e d the 1
F of s Mleming, N. Y eg H ls pie, bo white and Negro. I., am Journal of the American Women's
wa-rO.a Pl etareg T F.-taiteh the pu' has- they demorlize established bused equity o' tclecndnsed m
A W- .. whenoi, a tn dtherso pIn arris todthe ess areas. th I responsible spokesmen Medical Association. Dr. Martha
wr kif l.jrd. win a ot an'k t ea e wrs in "bwling out other Rubloff. head of Aturmovement say they do Bt -Ore said that honey eon-
ran t a t a ep .In which he people or wrngin t hondrr lohns Ar l. theh of ur t a ura 5
e e gig o vet financial problems. Hi ad- tRubloff & Co., blamed a lack of not organized conomicre-ta larg amount of rutost
M sy officials admitted th-vised them to start ea"longterm planning on preoenn commercial sure a.b weapon against akn y- wni fh.altes the chemical
hue e vehicle ei communiy public relations pt6ject real estate troubles n e. b1mikdow alcohol. .
., t104i-the .pointedon loal e l on eo "neareas ."be said, ItInminted out, however, that brNkudtom alcohol reaetim l- &
out ar as the d ry in opinion research. "shopping centers arpre b inuisbeing exerted by Citi- so t ere up the patient and has a
a wa con_ ted, more thab n so close to one another thraensa nctla and other groups. sedative effect.
6 miles of travl. h been fierce competition has develop ed
e milby Itary vehicles -since g~v SW ueciaresresultingn In K 'dbteat4JM
.lm i fltaMgeso. theopera- ."n GU situation."

Wetr-ey ep ire uDpored. a s dhe a he aid. coupled with "the C O M IN G
m o-.on s Jf n ,v nEds were d oralization of many of our es-
inembifts ofim engineedrWg unit MANHA, Nov. 12 (UP) Pres- tablished business areas, could
eoilhqto i and repa g.bridg- ident Ramon Magsayy has de. bring about the foreclosure of
wes. n j.V'e downed wen thec dared Nov. 15 "Phlimpplna-Amer- more commercial real estate than
WO ilatg in. aff:tlts lean. Day" to. keep-aliveth e.!pir- any of us would care to 5 4
soat Red River. a t-of friendship and mutual help- Stores in shopping centers R '
T Army spokesman -said the fuiness"..between the two nations, loff said, "cpmpetit ve to already
me were getting hot food and Malacanang Palace has'annouc- established business areas, ob-
ple. ofIt in field.- ed. viously t.ap the s enable
r Is bou Sl he .so ute in a proclamation, the chief ex. income supp rating those business
"1P1i0 A mong ft e relatftely ecutive said that the Philippine. section, and the end result is a
t m t.r ops who ave ben a American Day Committee of 1954 division of. sales that wil ultUl
the-mueuvers" in- Losanai s had recoRmredded Nov. 15 as the mately support neither."
vig _iuwrif, .wai a resi Ino apprDopriate occasion for this
T pokmn' 'mid -ta tlt reason was given that Tues tus less
feeCd-.'Ks'.-t "n- elf from't- mdo"ie day marked the first official move
io re dto 9the ,s 1 m p re the U. S. Congress through t e M mio 11U
ten- lue f orml etallshment o the g o lved By Praessr

l bn te iin ment f te a opu o hwelatb of D wa IPh IS-
'ab ten- t and p4' O ilnt e w por the Phjlcp~tea preparateoy to the dter o ope
o ..,toute rnla hyp' inauualion-of the Republic
JhS.atS taonw "aere 'ea-.5" The officip lalaeanang an- THACA, N. Y. (---UP) -gr-
set' i* -am. iad e. o uncalen ai -Plreint Meg mysterious sickness among castetloie
LncH. niver listening!
ctm erea. ." th& U.ASU! eIF Lstre i iT tnGoun- herds 'a lafn el has been solved by
C Opra c ni e Dr. Peter Oafson, of the Uni'

"UM-E R T to Israel urder the point Foirpro- -
graAn at the request of the govern-
It uLASEment to studythe mysterio-s
BEAUTIFUL IT UPSTAGED He found that most of the cases

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stant (chocolate' milk crystals an (Makes 4 or 5 servings)
a pitcher of cold water can set
your youngsters up in business. Two tablespoons quick-cooking
Our youngest and some of his tapioca, 1 egg, slightly beaten, 1-3
frtend sold chocolate drinks on:cup sugar, ,k teaspoon palt, 1't,
tiouad floor of the school to cups (12-ounce can) unsweetened
Sa n te- y for the class fund. pineapple juice, cup cream,
instat cheolate-flavored milk,
plus water, instatly produce cool- Combine t. piesa, egg, sugar ad
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.great elegance for ltday artiU. Nim two-piece -tw eft) siJrt, has l at bohew
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tyev 11 love. glow this year. Dresses for pa r- gleaming satinsm, jeweled trim p ndfront and floor length
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The same mental quirk t h a t settle; so no mature woman need somle women try to _stuf.f eel she has to have ugly under-
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lure bulges above the cup andI Iarly important to the P
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port, it wasn't his fault, was it?
Ted s parents don't burden him, Ted's father did not permit him
With many rules. But one the to get away with tis emotionally!
-ement that ,he report his dishonesty. Quietly rejecting his Dad and his esleglae sidhter eheek the map Il a wwld Brther ad ss* t
Prschool whereabouts-they do claim to concern for his mother's ilus to ete a eA f or 4eih wrk. Sech a nrfermen book set abtnt the hted-faaltaLt
msintain. peace of mind, he said, "*If you makes flit of kaewiudg that will lat ln after their ChriW to drive. Such a selt iakes
had truly wanted to spare Mothaer mas iftsi have meIg fogeul benlt lemaglwgs ft years t
1whe other dayli he b r u k e it. worry, yeuna have kept telephon- S Y .
) ae for lunch. he left again for Ing her untl you got her. You! .
phool-and vanimsed into silence didn't do that, did you? So don't BY LKA SHERWOOD, Itionaries and atlases. A new dic- shelves, .thoughts turn to encyclo-
WOU 7 o'clock that night. H is pretend you cared about sparing NEA Staff Writer Itionary with easy-to-read type, pedias, children's in particular.
lWed mother was insisting tht Mother worry. What you really clear, concise definitions embrac- This, not only for their education
k. father call the police when caled about was seeing this TV,. LLOKING for a Christmas gift ing modern usage will do more and.ntertaiment, but,for mine:
S,.5d opened the front door. On western. We don't mind that We of lasting value for a prized friend'than help solve cossword puzzles. Asked to arbitrate a stated, dis-
tio nine-year-old face was an ex- do mind your trying to tell us or member of the family? Give a It will be a steady, rehaole ally cusslonl between 10-yMr-olds on:
pression of immoderate innocence this wasn't true.' gift of knowledge. :building a more expressive vo- turbo-Jet engines, I dray a blank.
that changed to one of martyr-. ,, cabulary. 'Better. than the "ask Daddy"
dom at his father'ss first question. Thrl ii st2 ment of cl rectin Few pr e n nts pay a more dodge lI to show them how to look
truth Ifting the false face of hi s thoghtful compliment to geoS taste The atlas, too, has q wa% of in a good junior encyrlopedia fer
,. Where had he been suce school, pora ,r t.e es fh.. thUlah books which prm se to:growing outmoded. Prying into the impartial -and authoritative
it uat? At a kid's house. Whatdued fhou ghe f s oft e a w" broad n our understanding of the:thc library of a family friend whoanswer written so theA stand -)
Selling? Watching a western movie ,. t he thou htu.n e ^.fa a. world around us. Books that spur has two high-school aged young- can under stand it. i
oan the kid's new TV set. Wh ky ttened spirit. Hereafter, he'll think e 'let's look it up" habit can sters. I noted their iiosing aas .
hadn't he telephoned home to tell twice before choosing to lie about exert a beneficial Influenec on,was published in 1915. One leader in the field, revised
his mother where he was' Oh, his motives. our children that will last a life annually, .i designed o be ofa
r 'but he hbad: He'd phoned the o- Depdent asil children are on I Nothing is wrong with it except value to a child ( aui parents)
." ent he go' to the kid s house so ourgood will, they are u under thi worla has changed k lot since. from the. time he stlsA to ask
-that Mother wouldn't worry. .t f wdureulrvt a's'if y The scramble to buy an enter- Modern mapping teehrques and questIms through jbaior high
.;. .wtion they know we'll disapprove taming bestseller to amuse Aunt greatly improved formats step up school. Besides a e asy-read-
S Bt she hadn't answered. The ae i Mary momenarily has its plee. 'the usefulness new Wases. ng text aud undles f pictures
4'b r had riung and rung and theyiI sr at purif e-B't not here. Im nt there are d.i.ranm : ,ilustra-
i;.-N;Sphody answered. it. Maye A t e .; t.i -.-on behind it so that they But not here. I'mm Wtll.g about ,tinos to clarify i m zzles a,
4Ilm wans i the edlar e some- y rh ad4 to, le ed jda ttim ftyI One of the top of the crop a what to ake autosl z
.....It that a wr the on *. ..bra new ceipnSap l el di oo fr--a
att r it. eI Connie explains that she b o r world atmas p b a firm Sak-fr my ine,
h. i part Hedabt,, 'ep 'd rowed ourgloves withtho-shat t id kme 5 a g stfamed foritg Binp i ered be-I'd e nd ca
.'~S kin .whereabouts ate choo .because shel d to was tween its buckram cm ers are 40,8 ing ea e .daa
." W. hereabouts afte them u ,f us, anyway. Dick didn't pages of Information, eluding 155! sets a b a
e. take the last piece f tak bes I Youll flad fte new refarepelpages of full-color relief maps of ves sak paw j tl*.
m.mer T I ISBT ,T caws he wanted it but, because books agd revised editions tthe U.S. and Canada. You mi that. a
hp was sure nobody elm wantedbchoose eflaktd r.-f eed lp. e, poorly
; LAPOTE, lad. (-UPl-After asi Like Ted's, these theft of ao.hemp in dqn u s a Saeh poutts ai po ltUon figures eu 0 bo. d
ate&I'mu'pb N .6'movf...... "
4 lin broke ito ahis garage adhi purpose are as dishbonest as works, 'o.t1 te o for ctties are teamura as of 195' TaAe, to s -
ne battle of beer, tihe at ,du oest a as ny other tehsts. er Vr the plike#rcl braria.. It's an atlas that wl be used. tive a td tal kt w qua-
er put a lack b the der. -' Inthe past. parents 1 im ited .d y. ruoil ed by the think, as often for a.ents. home lfied-aehe or chilteias lir.
.irst apparent aroused, Or tief.ftraming in truthfulness to thle educated expert who preside or worK as for clarifying current rians
.bI to the garage sd truth about what Ted did. Today,1er wsllstjek libraries, news for parts.
Won se. h ris valible w be felt i of equal inar. Werew ks -at .a a a And feel that you ail making a
t.i A r. taSe. gift age rne laclde die- When I look at my own book- sound ilaestmett, lfor good set

iMtt of liver thread. Wrap-around
hiplIIL Simple coat haS wide, three-
Ja ]ese fashion. Coat repeats the
T is s by Emma Domb. Gold or
ea in the fabrics shown here for a look

Some, both evening dresses and' theater
mght in suits. These are used in junior
in back. fashions. Too. Blaek velvet or
ats and cordurof with white mink trim
Usually 'produces a theater uit of true
-.; .elegance. Often the jacket-covers
rs and a slim sheath dress ,that can go
look In i to parties on its own.

4/f 4s.

! Raw 55m tdmve-bodma to be
id model w that grand mM
mleo Cbrl la gift that will

gives you. full value for your mon-

Baby's first tooth seems to be
a Ion time coming and .he does
ve o bite *and e eW wile it's.
on the way. One mother finds a
raw carrot mi ak ek e aMl
gna*in; for the tootle. r in -
exPeawea and eay to ean. Doflt
try tW after a tooth has come Ia,
however for Baby will get a
bite -aot it.
A 4uickc routte to utter
dy A
la SI 7 yeIt slBa, a 9.
trind ge or what? Alr: ta

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evtllnst staIoag place for wrapgig "ateritaI: f l heim l f
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NEA Staff Writer

1Remember the week be f or e Stuff packaging materials into
Chru.tmas last year when y o u the pucnets. LuectL two or three
were abamuig lcian aline at tile i'uu mauuuuaitu curAItu iaL o uie
post once, jaggang 14 packages grocery store to naVe. on, nautj
anu tryin ibe y Wu bjLUirmaIIg AI ,.utLAiiug indu-a.iAu l oySIor abev.
ctuareia uS cheasi: eral ama gutsi going ~ '-t ae
xow dotf eu-. yourself for get- same lamuL. "
ting Sgaigun ia tue saim l, a i, e a1 u uy two Lypes of bra wi
crL n. i u.d Ii, lto, aI u tUilA ySdl, WialMaAg "paS.iU, I e ltmUir
wili i 'U C u r i-oat&ag baupping lignigweignst bieetd for smanf actL.
crowds an1iCIpaeu, tWe obUy Wn 4ei Muj tue ife, neahWeezaat
illursug iue *"maiiu eay auVice for Dig pacKages. As large patcK
wil chary a worse penalty, ages ,niun navy twine.
rernapjl oae seaubo wen, slow aoe or Ete making rules you
to tacu toe toe eious wrappings s, wu11u know aiucjue:
and making jog is becaua c ,.e 1. Farcel post. packages o v e r
uont uav e atamnpae, uigauizea elglL Uuiiv ana my oe0 leutAO. AU
plan pii' uuing i.. juppyea ui sealed prepaid parceus as utartn-
'urown wrappaig papwe, eating, id dS j1i.dbia isi,45. JinUbb L. 'Miy
labels, tape rii e ntla not ui ItI aullLOI lziiuii AIur postal inspec-
noUtUs a Lca lWe hnave a iew mnI- UIiI. AUuCress laoelb usually .Mve
Suies 10or pactirgin uor Lade ie ca.- tnis aireaay prune on wein. Utna-
r tereu aii.di'UULiui inul We CLU L lit) eM'%ih, WAi. u.r satrmp :ine' iu-
our inauub otI alei. itnorizattio below return adtrens.
SbEO eL s get organized. 0 n e a t his isn't done, package may
I gobu va) tu .eep tve) L.ang Aldl- be returned or sent Jirst cl p as
i u ior use la L masc ai it uvdaU htai uwe recipient oeLmg charged
S upig watii pociceLs ior imaaeri'ai. the extra poscage.
uJonnint ,aacilus wue buP .i2p- 2P. saicei pob, packages weigi-
port tLe vag on cup nooks aove ing under eight ounces should not
a worK tauic o u. hLie udacV u'be sealed.
Sucoor near a oiiater or table. 3. -Size of parcel post pcl
pearl for a. ir)eu, maKe qer uope, i .w ee SL
Uoo, as a pre-LnhiswmnP'3304 mat va9is e
Urectors sor maeng Late canI- e post ffe. IJUr F. t re
vas numer piecureu ws e worked recently turned first slas c;
ut Dy mtoe pcaturonal Lwpeon wo cepts up to 20 unds. I's wort
c tiger ta my urgent re- a telephone cato yours to flin
questj. we noiuer requiress a out t
'Jdlm Of .i.'pfeu cauiltai d ai
jyar a a a hnS oi SULu-cuiu.ea 4. Write or print the address
yaru a nd aD101Wuu-cuAuEulegibly and include the postal d46-
aill. Ma.
L.uL a piece of solid-colored livery zone on mail goemng to .
cauabi .t- ^At -acm auur stuees usi that system.
us wm.e-mcu ne.1i eop iaid i insBructions such *a
bt,'u taee-ci neti lo lid U. "AIR MAIL" or "FilAGILE" ga
WoIllu ifs-mliU ulnp oni n. delicate articles should be place
straipt caais a poo0m. Lm ews prominently on top, bottom a44
sarge poueLs 10 x 24'. gassor sJe of' parcels.
uret pocAts l o we'. s r d16 November 31 is the domatit
putaet Lao uiiu i. itt rowerrdeadne for mailing Christmas
edge of large pockets cut T. w o- packages overseas.
Inla square Arum ean C o r n e r. a ____ or
Seam edges of cut-out suqare to-1
gotaer Iialu turnpoexetl riguat laei
out. Hem pocket top ana seam '
bottom 61 pOCKet to tne 0olid-
colored canvas. Fold under edges i Cla
and top-sicti oo beag. M IA Caro
Miter lower corners of small
pocces in the same way and ---
attach to bag across the top. La- Its time to get .soe the
bel pockets, if you like, w mconceptios about bl d
rarn of bias tape. cleared uIp. Ta 'e nout n attrao
Live.reatup.roeofte ska and raer

live feature of the skin and cer
ainly no one is eagr to chat
SLAY le(.# shout them. But teenagers, are
7 7 often bothered by their aid
sometimes their treatment 41 the
AI U /I / tIondiso t motivated by their
dO I/Va h lac of knowledge about them.
B laciheads are not really dirt
The glittery look, often reserv- skn.h re th
ed for holidays onLy, is every- was on its way oilt o thebol i
where this year. Golo and' asiver by the route of the hair -ileJ
shine on dresses, shoes, hats ad whnit got stalld, ha a
gloves. the Oriental iience, ml- dried The dark color is the diem-
eluding woven metac threads 'cal darkening tht tahUt .--
for the -cloti ofn goln look, is a when the oil is exposed to atf e
vibrant nfluent on dress-u periods of time.
Forttunately, the golden touch be asoci n ted wit da .
isa more practical than It used to diet and poor skin cam'e 4.
be. Such fashions used to mean laekheads aren't some horriAl.
'.wear 'em unt l the-re dirty," mark of gilt. Pimples can comie
then throw the -out. Bome, not- trom teno a tof smd sort, 1"bt
ably the metaUic threads ot the bilakheads.don't.
's or thereabou developed an l.k.ea. dn'.
awful odor with wear. Now, faDo- Squeezing blackheads Wi-h' ti
ic makers have conquered them fingernails s not a ooa idea. It
diffic s and the gold look is damages the skin tpe' a ad
odrles and, best of all, uch of makes the area sore and a good
it is washable. breedingground- for pl-mp s
Naturally, these fabrics that ale cream. oils a ad ugnas,
marked washable don't go In t which c'n helpd imp east'
the machine. They should be 1di'hielp blacklceads, 8=etYe're
ped in am out of suds not -ru aa nion in -- the ira
bed, wrung or twisted. JlThe than on it
should be nung to drip dry. Wheal The idea of drawia Mlack-
dry, they hold be passed 14 heads out with vacua -i Oi.
clean tissue aper in between practical. '
a pre"aag loth.
t is more aesential than ever II you ve a blaekhl a
to save the waiting atc y v want tofget ,i t eb
that -O with beesk clothes.,a baekbead reevr at Iebg
by canceUtMeWtoa e Us-It a sa nal
1ou9s 4s heisae to a hotsr at eached.

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Mr. lud Mrs. Harry Altman of Bella Viso, announce the
gMeeat of their daughter, Elki, to Ur "]e t of Lee
-,.Cal ReBia. -. .-1 .0- ..
SAltaniani raeived a telephone 1 gftret their daur h-
ter, Wh*s a peeeh correctieaon major at State Col-
a confirming the engagement. No dsto.*a bee es t for the
yet, but It was expted to be so nte summer.
Mi s Altman tisa grdaute of the B.a 51aog hnbool. and
was aetie in school activities before she IeS t atld the LoM
Angeleg State College two years ago.
Mr Msesx is a pro-law major at the Sai. college.



-- H. Kenneay, Cis susa th waman.
IWel.omed as n6w teabers were
Editor's Note: The followlag aclus Ridgefield Higb Retool and at- Mrs L. L. Woods and Crs. R. S.
count of the wedding of Mr. and tended 'Katherine Gibbs- Secreta- g .ht
Mrs. David Allison na been de rial School in New. York Cit y. -
layed, due to the fact that the She !s.a seerelry ofthe Ame- Crl al EmMem Club
day of their wedding coincided can Chicle Compaly. Mr. Hope is To wl S eial
with the beginning of the floods a graduate of Balboa High School The Cl stohal Emblem Club No.
in Conneetitut. The floods werein- the Canal ,one and attended 52 will bold its November social,
so e"treme that power was cut the United States MerchatintlM- Tuesday at 7:30 .m. at the Elk's
off, ad transportation h sa e d.. re Academy at K oings home in Marra.
The young couple had to p o a t- He is now a member of te in Mararit
pose the honeymoon t he y had'U. S. Army militcr police corps.i Balboa Emblem Club Reports
planned. British Ambassador The Ka n Emblem Club Ne.
Thq marria e of Miss Dorothy Farewells Mr. Milburn. 49 eld the November meeting at
Rose Marie critter, daughter of r Britannic Majesty's Am- the Elks Home, 'Thraday eve-
Mr. and Mr. John Andrtter of bassador andMra. Ian L. Hender- Nomination of officers was
Cstoonah Steet, to David Allison son gave a ccrktatl pa r y on held for the coming year.
16 on -of Mr and Mrs. Win- Thursday as a farewell to Mr. Sist' Anna Klernan made a
t^ '9ttan66b, Mi4t'Zooe took plate stthe Co* ., rst Secretary of the Emb- of the 8tltchery Committee which
eal StiOnal Church Saturd% Oct.N Y, who is due to leave Panama met at her home on Wednesday
with the Rev. Hugh fields on retirement on Nov. 19. lvenin a ofthe many
offciating .uhAIteldbel g eptbrael-Y
officiating." Mr. Milburn will be succeeded dIeaim).a'WB wnefcr the
The bride was escorted and gIv- by Mr. Edwtrd Thomas Bigs, O. Aty ar to be held
ene by her fat r B.E who as been transferred at e on Nov. th
She wore a fitted b-odice and to Panama from Chicago. $istersWaB d Clinchard and Mary
Queen Anne collar. The skirt had Day have been working all hours
as according peatednyl6n net s. Howell Wy Elected complete a p r o n pifore,
front and pei to a tieltrain Preidet Of Newcomers dolla etestera to be sold at the
frot a. d .toa twhI tr -s A the regular meeti of the Bazaar ChairmdB Jerry Warford
ove Wh ritw atiierW Club T h ag
mther '. Newcomers Club, Thur ay aft- ge a report on the Various com-
a kl n ,J yW f-. D0 9.owell W ynne, was elect-, A party will beheld on
h.. e,-M Sd u. Ore W t. meent Dc. 12th for the memcrs_ and
ofne hit r.-h d Mrs. Wyan has lived !n the their husbands at the .I11 Home.

S rfa r I W oman Club In Colon. She is a Refreshmenta were served by
Y.. brirmt e JaJlea ers graduate nurse of Charity Hospi- Sisters Gertrude Page, Rose Nich-
wr s a oe lenball Na t in New OrlOas La mother eher andSirley Muaelmaa id
wih acbode and a net four chilren nd very much he lounge after thea emeta i
irt ov ythec e interested hin all Newcomers to where a social hour was enjoy
gi in., rust.. raZ8the mumsb1 f AUta Side, and their hap- -
with z eaba fT'Si# a. c ss.8a in making this their new AWC Rafle Cars
Sf r tolIand stole AIs elected to office were F eo C ntsea ican Womats
lofth S&, a -al l.. hn. Mrs. Lornz Cerapach of Oregon, Club is raffling two c.a rs on h i flirSt vice-preasidt; Mrs. Norman Dec. 4 with the Lottery drawing
sap uh uatchir gHutchtison. N: y. second Vice. of that day. The first prize is a
t _iea .. president Mrs. Moses Hartman, Ford Sunllghter Convertable, and
.Mrs.cS wfre aqua ptin- Pa., seretry; Yrs. Char les the teeond prize Is a Hlman
oe U s at vy aceessones, Chadd, North Carolina, treasurer. Husky Statis wagon The ticket
wtH ..a c6rma. e 6. pink swee.ear Mrs. Robert Meic, outgoing for the raffle is one dollar.
r fs wr President presented Mrs. Wynne, 'Tickets may be purchased all
"Mi.L op fima to iwnth the usIal Newomer Presi- thrn s the next weks wherever
sl wt r n css dent pi, a small gold gavel on a the members of theq club will be
l*e, and a corsage of ping sweet- gold bar, the usual gift of the stationed for the purpose: 4th of
SSprt rmes. Club to all coming presidents. July Avenue, Central Avenue, etc.
.e it S an sLwl. Vesper s Mra. Mic i 4k Presented with all ___ --ar
b.,;of tb.teal bld rt( delecedar held at t he Am tArican Sciely
M-Lore... .. o +_... ia e of Crt. Albert Filder.n tw" o c.a..
e d dinner at the Out- crwn a Mrs. James Belcher. Io ti mn
a. ., '.'..Vcefthatdhy program V f irst,,,rm-is-
S as. "ie tse .Psfor US Ambassador

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Mad what a wonderful combination you" et fpr only $2.251
ChMt ,e o eomwpmntaq cocktail U deUocoue menu.
Pkc by Auirra and hi Trio to bterfta. And Main
ti. the GOet, with hebaloos, to delight young and oll..
e-RAl O Our "l2g of the kebord"
'V "'M 1. m to-is- L In tMe Balboa Bay
L Tuay. Wednesday and Thuraday.

ZII shtfas&&the AIm-cON rlONbD
Uni a&Rd nwne zr cool eotort with

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Members of the American Socie-
ty of Panama are having a buf-
fet dinner dance in honor of the
U.S. Ambassador and Mrs. JUllun
arrngton at the Panama Gff
Club Frday Nov. 2. It was an-
nounoed a tw days age foIlowng
a meeting of the board of Diree-
All members if the society and
their wives have been asked by
the board to be present. Further
details will be mailed to the
memberabip wIthin .a few daya. A
turn out c over 250Ois expected.
There will be no official invita-
tion list but members are at liber-
ty to bring guests if the so de-
The main purpose of the party
is for tha membership to meet
their new Ambassador and Mra.
Harringtel and for them to be-
come acquaintud with the m91rn.

(UP)- ReAriM after 44 years on
the Bostoa & Albany railroad, en-
glseoj Geoge W. Trowbridge had
to come hom from hs last trip
by bus. Flood waters had waAhed
out the tracks.

;.u:t been cnti a edao u Ceeb jr.
Kinsel, phone 87-6121, for you
servation prior to noon Tueo
15 -November.

More States Adopi

Urban Renewal La

t the

- the President of the Balboa Wom- A
all's Club, who gave a -moat hin- ANla e Camera Club
Sf.rmtive talk on the very active Slack and Wte Division
tr gat of the Ttiberlesis So- The Black an White Divial
the I thewhich the Atlantic Cameras Club
Prer s a mot vid wor meet tomorrow at 7:45 p.m. a
e- Club Rooms at Mt. Hope.
SMembtrs present wre, Me s- Mr. T. Cckeazie will
dpumes, James Belchbqr, A I f r ed state a method of pr
Wider, Marvin Brown, Charles clouds into a picture from a
SChadd, John Snodgras, John Su- ond negative.
jar, Robert Cleok, N 0r m a n t
Hut on, Willam P- here will G oastn
ter, Soberliasky, Jobs Carmpbell I
Lorei .Gerspsch, LB eamebach the at PSA Itrnatona
D. 4. Grei-, James rJotst6nI Corm tition will be anoeunci
Moser-Hartman, and Hwell rina are returned ain
Mrs. Caxie Jonea is new ay Altar o a,
member from Text., recently The LOsarl. .tar oiet:
foom Tiidad and tni.. e t t y Barreda heart Chapel in A
from a1 t
Blair wad o guest of 4n. Peter w 14itsregular mesialy
Sc oerl sk. oMr. t n, Tu sda r
Any Nec6mer o Alaotm 1s. e1 a;1.eme
side of thq IsthmusIa asked 4 with recitation the Ro a
contact Mrs& Wynne for maerer- t e l a6 14"S p30f.1 11,
U ship 3-3l8. fn' a fnI0 b4 #1 and

Chit of lnter-iAmeriean Geodetic Hdrniah and Mrs.
SSurvey for the Latin American a- --
rem, was guest speaker at t h e *Gu--- jr
^ regfFlr aothlyluncheon of the me ra elhe etr n
For idor Officers' W i v Ne s' a of the meri=an
Clb Nov. 98 t the A r m y-. of O- mnists, Isthmian Br
SNav' b. will et op tomorrow eve
A We resume of the b e gi- n. A at the bhome of D. D. J
Ssinef JAEGS was followed by Cole iy, A Aneo,' where they
onetitlBt's luid explanation, heiar ordtngp made by Org
of the organization's program d;Puoer Bigg oe the old or
and ,eapl eat of' 1wffpe during his recent
The-deeeative theme of Thanks. cert tour. A commentary on
I!vin' abundance a n I national different types oL organs use
flagi of Latin Americam countries the recordings will. be read
was attetively arranged bI the Earl C. Keeney. All organists
hosteseas, Mrs. R. Robert- choir directors are cordially
son "and Mrs. T. Ki Tdo. Colo- vited to attend thil meeting.
nel Roberton's "shadWox" dis-
play of IAGS activtls, .p b.o t o- MEETING
graph a maps aOUaas ijfor- Fort qyteo
motive additA to the e asoen. Officers' Ives
Acting President, Mrk. John B. The Fort Clqyton Officers'
Apel, welcomed Ma Al-Jjests es' Club will hold their .rem
IAGS vies.Other ests present coffee and business meeting
incided. Mesdames i1 nk Ight, Weineaday, I30 a.m. at the
R. s io fey D. D .A. A.Clayton Officers Club. If you I
.. r -- ;J..".-U~lA....., uu- i uwuVUIA6la .UCLSU cmf 011I mr..

CHICAGO (UP)-Four states
have adopted urban redevelopment
or urban renewal laws this year,
making 36 states and five territo-
ries that now have such laws, the
Public Administration Clearing
House reports.
The state legislatures of Kansas,
Georgia, Oklahoma and North
Dakote passed laws afowing pub-
lic agencies to g the power of
eminent domain to acquire blight
areas for re-sale to private devel-
Wansap and ~eorglt corrected
unconstitutional or tliworkable
provislops in previV.s laws, and
Oklahoma granted urban renewal
powers cities over 225,00 pop'i-
latioa, tUs limiting the action to
Oklad Oa City:
tEni bi lost nut this year
in Iowa ew Mexieo, Tens, Utah,
Vermoi -a Washington. The
other sa star that do not have
subh la arie Florida, Idaho, Mis-
sisslppi,. Montana, Netada and

Monday Thou Thnrsday
ow appelatment
balbo X.9581
tor U.. peSmona e
and their famUles only.





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Hope re-shvwn here following their wedding, which tboil lace
In idefltld.'Connecticut, during the recent floods.' rf spite of
the difflnultie In.unrred by the floods, most of the guesta'man-
aged-to gtter1 the ceremony. Mr. Hope, a Canal Zone boy, is
S a member of le U.S. Military Police.

We hue Just unpacked our Chrislmas

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FOR SALE:-Frigidair., 7 cubic
feet, 60-cycle, excellent condi-
tion. Curundu 2015-A. Phone
FOR SALE:- Philippine Rattan
living room set, 8-strand 9 pieces
$450; new solid mahogany bed-
room set $350; metal dining
room set $50; modern mahog-
any buffet with glass top 550;
G.E. radio phonograph console,
25/60-cycle $200; Coldipot re-
frigerator 11.6 cu. ft., 55-lb.
freezer, 60-cycle $200; Detroit
Jewel gas stove $45; mahogany
single bed with spring and mat-
tress $25; portable radio 25/60-
cycle and battery $12; portable
sewing machine Kenmore 25/-
60-cycle $50. Phone office Bal-
boa 1532; home Panama 3-
FOR SALE:- 8'2-ft. Westing-
house refrigerator, good condi-
tion. needs paint $50. Panama
FOR 5ALE:-All the furnishings
of a house. 43rd Street No. 5-
21. See it on Sunday.
FOR SALE: 3-speed record
player "Decca," excellent buy.
House No. 16, 12th Street, Rio
Abapo. Phone 3-2969.
FOR $ALE: Dressing table,
Smahogany desk. wicker chairs,
: taJkk. encyclpaedi item.
Heuse 141-X Gamboea. Phoi


FOR SALEt-, 19 Buick Spe-
ciaL Best rasonae.a offer. Quar.

FOR SALE:-1953 Buick Rivio-.
ra, naw w/s/w tin r, radio, hea t
or, low mileage. Phone 87-4102.
FOR SALE:-1954 Buick Ssipr
* 4-door, good as now, only 8000
miles, radio, new spare tire, duty
paid, $2500. Phone Panama 3-
FOR SALE:-New Opel Statleo
Wagon. duty paid, Unds0teated,
special paint job, $400 off list
price. C. R. Yandergrlft, 3-
0853. _____ _r
FOR SALE:- 1955 Morris Ox-,
ford black, 2800 miles, $147,
Call Balboa 2874.
FOR SALE:--Hudson fordor, on-
cellent condition, 2-tone paint.
Priced to sl). Phone Panama 2-
5562. *.

FOR SALE:-'53 Plymouth Cran-
brook 4-door, 18,000 nsmils.
0.0. R&H undercoated D.L.
$1150. Phone Gatun 5-573.


2 bedrm, hor. water ,
Peme P ash -4941.
FOR RENTt Nwly frisislehd
and ,untalsed apestim t.
Copteat, AMlibamra Apifmemtus,
lOtk Sreet 06510 telopheim
1384. Cole.

FOR RENT:o- elewo two-bed-
rom, ap.iotmw n l *s room,
arUe. Ave. OEcuor 20, Tels.

FOR ReRNT-Co*l, lqtet two-
bedeoom partmet, mmaglfilomt
view., Cgm 47th Shiet. Call

Real Estate

MUST ULL^-Week-end hoio,
s30 1o' from Panama City.
Phone 2-4924 or 3-2944 Pan-
.am!. .

UN Should Patrol Palestine

Frontiers-Adlai Stevenson

FOR SALE: Childl crib, 2 '
ll .,lHH .U wardrobes, night table $45; CHARLOTTESPILLE, Va., nov. declared waL between Israel and
IrvpfwuR trunks $30. $3; 12 mosquito 12 (LP)-Adlai E. Stevensonisug- h-: neighbors have smoldered too
S. .i IPAIR SHOP screens 3'5' 53 each; 6 vene- gested tonight United Nations bor- long," e said. "Unless these
.I ,U ,- -I, t| MT ian blinds 6'5S' $8 each. Mit- der guards -be ordered to patrol lashes cease there is danger of
IUN.DV U i G AtIT taig. Coco del Mar. Panama 3- frontiers in Palestine to prevent all-out war developing while we
S Tel.Curand._ su1 1837. the explosive Egyptian-I sra eli debate which side was the ag-
'i,----EPE--conflict from exploding into )all- gressor.
oftUw iPrsmelMal tWr& out war'
deP i"t Eonl. St. Paul's Class Stevenson, who is expected to A major effort of, statesman-
announce his candidacy for the ship is required if we are to avert
To Be Confirmed Democratic presidential nomina- a political disaster in this troubl-
tioh:tTuesday, earned the possibili- ed area, Stevenson sai d. "We'
S"We woi rdeli e You" The Woman's A .,y of ty of war in the Middle East is a have shown little initiative within
S ,FOOT-TROUBLE i he Woman's Auxilias y ol St sign of "the disintegration of our or outside the United Nations in
es, -CI siose, D s-ent their United nwho security stem devising measures to p r e-v en t
(Dr. chobs t led) at sung Eucharist tomorrow morn- His speech indicated he would these border incidents.
or ..ho "r'da bsun making o m make foreign policy a major issue
,EPDA [ ,I~ L ~ binbesu.'des making w corporate inthe 1-956-presidential campaign.
I ITEPEDIA INACIONAL- communion, In which other--om- .e
Jule nevei In-Ph.b3- e r ha e nd another of a series of speeches
--- ,-,, eno the parish have been invited s tevo ... S
to join. setting p his cndidac, even Meets S
Father John Spear will be the enii a
NQ MORE MYSTERY celebrant and preacher att h ministration has Shown "little
Service, which beginIan.m. Morn- nitlative within or outisde the A r
e9n MORE MYSTERY Natiwhsha M n n- i. -V- et h u- After 38 Years ,
Conn. (UP) in prayer and c urch school fol ne Natins" i proven g su
Uo vehicle registration plateslow 10 am. and evensong 730 dngee n I srael and Egypt. hat LESTRVILLE, S.D (UP) -
i"CT"on them, which usedto p.m. Harold Collins, farmer of near
e out-of-state motorists, and The United Thank offer g He warned against "military- here, had the thrill of a lifetime
with "Conn." on them willIpresentation comes a week before security diplomacy" and a ga in recently--he had, a reunion with
e placed by 195' with ones bear- the annual Thanksgiving services criticized the accomplishments of his father, whom he had never
tig he ful name of Connecticut. lof the church, scheduled for Nov- the, meeting of, Prtsident' Uls4n- tnown.
Sembern 20. l hoWer and the. chiefs of state of .
On that day the choral commu- Russia, Britain and France in .Ge- "It was a thrill of a lifetime,"
nition will begin at the usual hour. nev this summer- ..... ; sid Collins. "I wouldn't have
HI-FI SPECIALISTS urg special service at 3:30 "The rosy mist aoud s t missed it. for the world."
p.m. e church soolpup ummit meeting.
1 Components will march to the altar with their ~ ss~ said. t' Collins, 38, was only -ve months
Custom Designing harvest gits.,L-'... I C"llinsi38, was only-fvmt
o Lnu tomDesinng h ar. e .g... Stevenson called for a ecncert- od when his father, Coleman
0 Installations Rio PledravOuting ed drive for real disarmament, Hancock, enlisted in the'"Navy.
Service Arrangements ave been madenot, just "an .. easy balance of hancwck never returned and he
for a parish outing to take place weapons, or of terror." was reported killed while in the
an be- purchased from nm He said the United States .shood service So Harold's. other re-
"9of th e hoir and Parish Welfare ]Ccuteract any Russian attempt to 'arried,
oc i. .- strpogth ,between Israel -nd, ,the It was 'only a short time ago
Arab adt!ons and make .it 'lear that Collins learned through the
It IhaIImIMuta rAllfOaAA0r the- UIntled. States..will .nt, siand efforts of a 'friend. who eorre-
No. 1 Via Ep I rIIIIanaiI VUN"UVto I for .. .Aangi in the status quo sponded withltbe-adjutart -general
1 Via Espal in he ard 'by force. InWashingtu,-thathiaitbesarw
T. -3u3 d ld Democratic ptedei in Washington, that his father was

be held at the. Blboa YMCA-LSO ma rc..dis .
Tuesday, at 7-30 p.m.' Stevenson said Arab-Israel hos- Haneock recognized his son irm-
t. The speaker, Gerald A. Doyle, tility h astrien- to a flew z'pitch mediately even after the long
an architect )ith the Panama Can- "fust as the Soviet design to split years of separation. Now Hancock
J iA 1 A al will talk about "Animal, in 'te Arab world fro ,the West-be- is planning to visit the Collins
Sthe jngle e plans to brin comes more apparent."farm. He wants to see his grand-
live animnals-with him and to show "The contagious flames of un- children. ..





slid's and movies of jungle vrea-
This course has drawn a larig
attendance of. people interested in
learning about their local envirep-
ment and has enlisted the Aid of
amateurs, who are nonetheless ex-
perts in the various fields present-
There is no change- for these
lectures which are open to both
civilian and military and to the
residents of the Canal Zone andc
SALEM. Mast --(UP- The
AnIhony Donigan farm boasts of
one of the nation's few three-leg-
ged calves. Born recently, tl e
calf is normal except 'that it as
no frost right leg.

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OQUARISTS: 3 pairsl e*m
.Ttras for only $2.50. Ia Lef
Fish $1.20 pr.. Hfsder
$1.79 pr. A;UARIO PICrl AL
$01T SHOP, 49 Via 01U Tel-

sisting of W "ed lId
enclosure and. .a 'ik ytem,
Began DI-20 aDspilflr, -
rard RC-80 tafrtable and F|ir-
hild cartridge. 0839-J Acacia
Place, Balboa. .
FOR SALE:--Fally leaving PIam-
ama will sacrifice living moom Mit,
Westinghouse refrigerator. Tap,-
pan gas stove, Philips radiat *l-
so note of credit for Pkkl*4-
'Studs deal". Come mal a n ef .
for at No. 2612 9th Stroet, Rlt
Abajo. Pho a 3-4494.
on all our sterling silver 'ft and
hollowere, well known bo'1gso
Take advantage of this offer ad
shop early for Xmas. PORRAS'
Plazau 5 do Mayo.
FOR SALE:-One clarinet. om


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2 bahqoms," Hlving dismi ean.m
garage. ard. Viwe r-We NOMe.
al I. iVlo I-th St.r, Vim

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cornet. Good condition. Apt. -,.- m y^- nWW .. ,
R5-C Rousseau or phone N *
B.r.IBraveo UaIlr ,:
FOR SALE: Craftsman drill ,
press $50 without motor $60 DUR'AGO0, MeRic (TUP)-. An
with; Craftsman jig saw, Seanrs', Indian girl nsquerading 4
best $35 without motor; I-hp. 'spear-wielding brdve had her 'war
25- cycle motor, 110- 220,-v :feathers placke4i and. was sent
$25; 2-hp. D.C. motor, 115-v. -home after a week of vi'i t!i.:bat
$25; 3-hp. D.C. motor starter, ties against the.'-U1 S.-a ra". "
like new $25; 28-v. 200-amp. Elvira Oropeza, 23, hlidoe
D.C. gnaerqtor $15; 300-ft. ITarahumara lass from Chibtlhuh
H.O. gauge model railroad, .n was discovered by a-p. of'Jier'
scale track bed, new, for hal of I femmine vanity after efoolig the
new cost, 5-cent per foot; H.O.. whole cast of a U.S. movie com-
model railroad control panel with ;pany filming "Comanche" nearly
amp. r voltmeter, 6 rheostat here.
switches, fuses and push buttons s She forgot and wore nail polish
with indicating ltes for tyrnous 'to work. The discovery caused a
$15; second hand' turnouts and near riot among the 2,500 male
switch machines $5 per the lot. warriors.
5864-8 piablo, 2-3678. On her eighth day of hand-to-
FOR SAIL.-Boy-'s 20' bcycle, hand warfare, Elvira appeared be-
nw tires, nw pint, perfect fo I fore the movie cameras with her
under mast r. Call BlbeaI s~pear, bow and atrrow a*d wearng
unde X.m.. tr. C all b full war pait-.emplete wilh nail
netR, mirr. 'Central Ave. N.. Despite her protests, the female
s11, Panams, i-warrior was given the boot amid
l .ma.L______.'wild whooping, wolf whistles and
INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL strictly masculine observations.
FOR FURNISHING SALES I The crestfallen girl told producer
TABLES Carl Krueger she had always want-
Panama Canal Company invites ed to be in pictures. Volunteering
proposals for furnishing 75 each for the "war" seemed like the best
Sales Tables (display counters) way.
under sealed bids for opening in Elvira, a shapely five-foot-three
public at 10:30 a.m., Noveor y w weighing 115 pounds, said she loved
18, 1955. in the office of 'u- every minute of it anyway.
perintendent of Storehoufds,
Balboa. Invitatie" No. 206 may a.L T--
be obtained from the above of-State
fi, tephone I 2-"1815 hI

Sysay 0 '0 O1hrs An Educalon'
s Et. WS AST LANSING, Mich. (-UP)
#i rIi Wi vo -While junior is busy with Ins
III jnivn bV*omework, Michigan parents Can

Solved By Police
FARGOi N. D. -(UP)- Fargo
police solved the mystery of the
body in the station wagon.

continue their college education
simply by' tuning in the Michigan
State Univers!ty television station.
"Telecourse,"' now in its sixth
term of operation, offers b o t h
credit and non-credit c o u i s e as
through MSU's "University of the
AW'. sari---

A 'young woman told police, she "
had seen the station wagon with A class in "contemporary history
out-state license plates in an alley of Europe and Asia" is beamed
and that there was a body in the over a 15-county central Michigan
back. area for regular university credit
Police detective Charles Hovden by WKAR-TV, the university's ul-
later located the station wagon, half-igh frequncy chann"meets" three
which ie identified through the imealf-ur class "meets" three wee
license number.
.. Two more non-credit course% are
The back was full of- store win- oee -for entertainment and en-
dow mannequins. lighteoment. The 30-minute. once-
...-- l.. ., offeredin "1in.

Moody Sloth Film
To Be Presented
The Moody Institute of Sci-
ence has captured the life hab-
its of the sIoth as seen on Barro
Colorado Island. The film enti- I
tied "Of Books and Sloths" is,
the result of Dr. Edwin Udey
spending several months of
filming amid life on the island.
The first public showing of
the half-hour film will be
sponsored by the Baptist Train-
ing Union of the First Baptist
Church of Balboa Heights Sun-
day at 7:00 p.m. preceding the
Sunday evening service.

Shipping Fever
Takes Heavy Toll
In Cattle Deaths
vetedriarlans- think that moving
feeder cattle ton range country
to feed lots it e of the livestock
Industry's biggest hazards to ani-
Imal teq. ,
,2Te Anerteas Veerinary
Medical Awoeatio reports that

trodudlory physics' and "passing-
note"a'--4 program on the sens*
and structure of spusic.
The MSU station, on the air sinct
January, 1954, has applied to the
Federal Communications Commnls
sion for i VHF Ivery high fre-
quency) channel for wider service
to the 2.300,000 persons in its tele-
vision lrea.

'hWfE fR8I

, When you are taken out to
dinar and your host mneAtions
that the restaurant where you
are dting las famous for a cer-
tan dbUh ad urges you i tr
it, ou.u d.isappot hUI 3




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w E'ot ..CtI j.tR.5 k Director, receiving a callis'ied
Cr.P eadquotira-4hgtbe.Cana| Zone bloq-ttank,- whi
Isbebi.g oganed.t-he R Croeo, and. th~l health hrea i. .
S r. :;Bru.e ..oe tf glargegroup-of pacific aide wppen- who
have,volunteeBad, tt8Fahp r4tlee' to assist in -the offldwP ad
recelid. keeping ieWry- to. or.atize, tt'w' bl Qd 1. rc. .-oe o
memrtbecr ot thd.cn0mtitee Is on diuty daily at the ed. Cross ho-
quitrterto aniaxerltI qgrlt andctake the names of blooddonors.
SVdh1inteer 'blbeddodors masy"teleplhope 2-3362.ror naitl heir
plqdre cards. to. the IUl;'Cwasg;heaMlqutprt,. B 'e 32M a bo
.Helh ,A, or qagE St t, Cratbal. l ". '- ," '-
e ate. ,~. o t. bu ted 'to all ,ci e. ok ".o' .
Can~ to ga tgta~l *with the neent pay -checteks *; *

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"A tof Da o_ bln,, .pd. 'u0ik. t b. pla It to i his latS tL
wrter s sstfaptfl. !_ACtm, oflpe, biuIl n pt mid motbrboat 1
.o f. M,:.: cOf- p' with.,one w d Irmn two -trok
fejlfem-and a trumk4:Urb inor4ue. He L-eB'Z t iwmd whethW
Sth~. t .bei f .o ftrr. uafety,, but he h6a d1clowd *tHdr. d-
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f t Filed In Wondrous Venice Reduces Plane To cr
SEATTLE, Wash. (-UPi- A The B..s, huge wl s-
MUCK tortuous testing program, so StrenI from tip to tip-were.
3uous that a $6.000,000 Boeing B-SR the breaking int.
S .Ijet bomber was reduced to a pilepounds of loa was used' In
A SUDDEN SPURT of activi- of scrap, is making the eight-Jet.wing destructiqu t.t Tb. Wiinr -
ty on the drama front will givee pane better than the U. S. A ips described an'arc a mr thill
Jkonians a chance to see a ce or 'force requires. 32 (eet-10 Leer down and feet
four iroductioris during this upward. -
A. I iiGll ~Lla Rmas seaso n. I The extensive strueural proving Actua. the as ldi '
iEiRl. T llli ll iL l l / THE offer- program- now nearing completonstatic tetlag wprogra ~ ..was tit
ing lur Dec. 5 "Hope wal e u.ieas been progress for more than engines, instruments,. 6 pm
$. L teH, W II G a d a M yi .. first mystery-suspense drama.a ar. Every square inch, every and rlg Th9 strc ti
,._ I "* m' -' I ..' i l .I ill m I lp a& I. + / ':"i.'.' si x-night run at Ute Guilds work- giant was put through a complete bouiber hat was eoted p]er *c-
Jsnp. iand deliberate tortute test to tual load thathr exce d any-
Vlu r W ,nt 10 I0 m 10 i nr Rehearsals are going .well, ac- ove Its structural inetgrity for thing t.t mite coutered
*V I *i *V ^Vi Wf v i.coraing to director Firank k'nc- Boeing people and its customer, in tught
** ByMC. | .. :: .. ;. "* .l. ..'B. fner, a newcomer to the Isthmian the Air Frce. Me than 1t"00Bt.e00 'istAerwc
.g'l .. .. "..scene- In Boeing's flight test center, a of .qe inee g -bdv .ll'i
-- maze of jigs, towers and scaffold- B--2 since th i, n iri
MEANWHILE*. tryouts for at ing, more than 60 miles of instrtN. USA2 b omber first 1the|
-pro -.. r. leantf ;two other productions were mentation wiring and nearly 3.000 board. As the planed roll o6 .e
thoe n to-er announced. strn-gauge circuits were install- production lins, the t~stat prs -
thner r, eV t"THE TENDER TRAP" W ill ed to measure and plot the crit.- grhma get ipidea'Wa,
er be pn? an onous unuer aking of cl strains during each of 160 ward d i!vcr fpo lev d e ..
A Eli re.Mrs. Betty Haberstick, Ft. Ama- te ts Stfatt c Air Clitlnd..
M. rini-innuor er vie L'iuo Directoi ne
hae T te / the oi, T o 71 recent Broadway success will be | ....-
yea VBa' d.wy s -ucs w .1 produced early in December by:
ed .. n ,e,' service club.
.000 g le -'3- 'Tryouts arc set for this aflte-1
l d the i ..i.nqon, beginning at 1 p.m. Betty,
sinec t in the I ptlet- wnu is a veteran da ectlu icum
tue g on radio and way back, is going to stage the
TV ."opdes, sitting I W1e :a l c S h r P MSala'
S grades, s a tting cournoy in rena yti,e tne p st
in beloved Dodg- ".. time this in-the-round idea is be-
ers World Series, go- ing used on the Canal Zone. Sev-
ing toa wired eral years ago, it was tried, within
"ioy -i os ... great success by a group working
.d0,iyoumu ,a t El Panama Hotel.FUNERARI. .A N t "
71.Mrs. Drum- v:sThe cast calls lor four menI 'A"A
i n,.s. D ru and four girls, all b teen the -' dn afee
mond sr of doubt "Summertime," now at the Cen- historic landmarks against which 20 and 35 a and notonly the
th at i aek* '. '. trial Theatre throug hUnited At- key sequence o the fiom asre miis ry but civilians from bother| NEO, A,
Thi8e t 8ens l I '... c. isats release, is the first full-len g played are the iazza St. Marc, sides other border are welc "THE PALACE ND TAKIN ER
might return t area ions why picture in Technicolor to be flm- the Doge's PTalace, t e Grand Ca- to ty t
she might not, on uthet oDrum- ed in its entirety on location in nal, the -rainbow-hued" isld of s. Hberstick was responsi- The most moder equipment
monts" d6pe sheet about Myrt's Venice. The cast and crew of the Burano (a paradise in the Vene- ble for The Theatre G ds West 16th treet No. 3A20 Phone 2.147
futurepPlans.- ,picture ypent some four mid a tian lagoon where the proportion successful "Remains To Be Seen'
half months shooting in the ro- of omen to men is 5-11. the AC1ast year, and since then has di.
1 e mi t om hebaek, because WHOOPING IT UP IN THE LIMELIGHT, quis whiz Mrs. le manti and beautiful 'P of driatic Marshes (made famous b.ced and produced several va .
1. Beforeshelefthe last timea the duck-hunting sequences 'i',rect dand shpowsd orthucedse A ermy.alva-.'
she had a TV aerial installed for Power breakfasts with Yankees I Noren. She's a Doder e Hemingway's "Across the Riverrty shows for the Army
the new set she gotas ia present The bittersweet story of an A-land into the Trees"), as %ell as 'e CARIBE PLAYERS a
afte e she achieved fame and for- summer They've been delighted eed help since both work-Mrs. merican woman's passioaate inter- many of the fascinating mediac-' ...............PLAprS. ayayh w h, cme io
tune. And the TV set is UP I at the good fortune that hag come Drummold supervises. the cafe- lude with a handsome it a I ian, val backstreets and alleys rarely new group composed of service, ro- We can proudly say soe h I
oiom A o P eople ,t peIrsonnelae ar sei ce t p-
her room, tolo. People dont Myrt's way, "but, quite frankly, ititerias In the Great Neck, L.I., "-Summert4ir' is a adaptation seen by the average tourist. duce a m rn dress musical r- because our vie is superlori
teave permanently just after they hasn't been too easy," Mis. Drum- school system and has to oversee of Arthu Laurentsr Broadwa y Davi:dLean, director of Su m-'-,o n Dodn dmres ,A Christ-i calEA
have a. TV aeral erece~drmond says. the preparation of 6,Q000 meals a stage success, "The Time of the mertlme,'" is one of Englands-mas Carol t he original worki' Promtne
2. 4ll ber possesMions from day. But the women they ve got- Cuckoo." KathLrine Hepburn and and the world's most noted di- ,s Carl oI, itld Bah! OUR MOTTS care ,tent .
T e temporarily e n i e. t I. ..
clothes to baseball record book s The first two weeks Mrs. Power ten to repli q Myrt, while ade-IRossano 11razzi are co- tUared as rector. Among his pictures are Humbu and calls for a cast of h
are still neatly in place in her wap vpr mall. paniey quit, have bedaiven h o e tho.luovers, and the supporting cast such dtndin successes as "in Humbu. and calls for a aes ..t of
roon- gt e fiA,.sT e whi a Ibealelebrl- eachnight. And It's not like hav- is headed by such International Which W-. Serve." "Blithe Spir- Tryiouts orthe Christmas prod- PROMPTNESS: e
3. She said she was comLngy t in Roslyn Heights. There were ing a Myrt around the house. favorties as Isa Miranda, Darren it," '"Brief Encounter," "Oliver 'ryouts for the Chr istmie pro-ur
hind every azalea, and the phone Mrs. Power hasn't been on a Gaitano Audiero, MacDonald rier" and "Hobsones Choice .it b o t th od 'u "
Against these, there are -would ring day and night. spending spree. She's a "deter- Parke and Jeremy Spense. The producer of "Summertme. on i b at 7atre President of TAKEN ARE OF ine Cadiae lerses and
ly persuasive reasons she eqmiual-ghtl mined" woman, and has turned a Ilya Lo Jpert produced' Summe Ilya Lopert is a distinguished inter- beinng t 7: 0 C brothers is hoTinAR AmerOlcn Materias. a '
not- .. It got so bad,' Mrs. Drum- deaf ear and happy smile to ev- time" and David Lean directed. national film figure. One of the o, A arouths o in
I She@s loaded. V'er y fewnond says, 'that I asked the op- ery promoter And salesman who The screenplay was written by men most responsible for t he bort oig turnoutoo any-
wealthypele- her $2000 e or if she could shut off the wants to get his hands on her Lean in collaboration with the not- growth in international exchange wHONESTY:er e t t
is a rty wealthy .from 10:30 at night ntil winnings. She's given $300 each ed novelist H. E. Bhtes. of fil matars and facilities, he I the level of every pocket,.
work ikepers. .'.e it p the moing. She a d to her four children and soaked Ninety percent of the total foot- has on his own sponsored such THURSDAY r '."
2,. S" b." e i.t. o cal th e bsinesh of- the rest of the money i n the bank. age of "Summertime" was shhot brilliant mo v I e s hits as '"Red WE ARE YQUR FRIENDS R and
kand h ,-l- --,-t mo- 'y nhee- .on exterior location in Venice hte Shoes,' "Tales of Hoffman," 0 RELEASE because of that we ask ye%'r attention, and co-
Sb .' ar e wa an ls,1 ,V I go ,,rem air new V et a er interior scenes S s" o o m an
whe a". two weeks, lifetime Pass to Ebbets Field (or iemd in the sma e but well-e- The Third Man.' Outcast of the I CE NTRA operation so we may attend to you as
I w .h.gee .s._ .. Hot ereverl.the Dodeers choose equippedd Sealersa Studlos, on the 'Islands, Breaking Through the L n ML you des .
" doubtP' that s a s"ma. ,il l4 ap. ,j w Yk. 9 then, dend their world chalplansniP island of Guideeta ih the commer- Sound carrier and The a p- yu"
be comhtely satisf'i' In.tb* od ome.o-t' mb._ eace. ext year) and she' 'O .tat ciali district of Venice. Among the tains Paradise.
routine L wie ar.we *easions celess treasure fame. She HER IlPS LIED
_ .thetn. ',M esl .. r-.lgrad phihvng Tv le foraut. a nd then the M /i -'
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CHICAGO -(UP)- Building.x- the Screens: Jane Darwell, the un- dancing Curly in "Oklahoma!,"
tenors may come in polka dots. forgettable "Ma" in "The Grapes Misthell's now playing a former
plaids, herringbones and stripes of Wrath," blew out 76 candles western gunman turned Parson in
before you know it. on her birthday cake last week but "The Peace Maker" for Producer I
An Institutions Magazine article there will be no blackout of her Hal MakelUm. .
on brighter- hued buildings de- acting career "until I drop. I'd
adribed the colors that will be used be bored to death if I retired Mitchell's been in Hollywood
in some structures to go up soon. A movie actress since 1914, since 194, when Mike Curtiz mi-I
Jesse Salton, manufacturer of ar-. Jane's still leaping from one role ported him from Broadway for his
chitectural porcelain enamel said to another, in films, and in TV. independent film co npany.. But the
the Notre Dame High School at Even hectic live TV perform- Curtiz company closed shbp before
Nlles, Ill., will use yellow, orchid, ances like her recent "House ofiMitchell landed iq -froit ot the ca
green, grey and lavender. Shadows" emoting on Climal are era. He's gone from hoofing to bit
I 'in the fun league for Jane. Ydung- roles and bakeR but "The Peace
A two-and-a-haIf.million-dollar ster get hyterieial but Jane re- Maker" is his first starring part.
school at Ketchikan, Alaska, calls mains calm-"I just don't let live His biggest acting role until now
for yellow and light ecail trim. TV bother me." was th_ d ute "The Prodi-
deep blue fin-like entrances and gal." Hei sls -
red insulated panels to AfiSde the A favorite of Director John Ford ,Tm cf &but a new voice.
structure. A hospital go0in up at Jane says, he's the greatest d- Thi. I thefc tiu I've r had
Pottatown Pa will have Insulated rector in Hollywood "because he m'oietha ros e oft paes of
porcelain panels of sandwich con- gets natural performances. He mlre a .'co .
struction in an otAnge shade. knows what he wants. He doesn't TV Producer Hal Kanter explain-
The produce Is fully capable of rehearse scenes mtil you are black -V bP oedHe Gobel, in
bI ng fashionedin plaids nd polka and blue in the face." corona his bossm.ine gDea nGo in
dots effects, add Salton feels he I -- Coront Magazine: Deadpan. ivn-
maoy get a cail for such twy. wV ,deed. George is the most living-
things are going: .. Zsa Zsa Gabor stranded on a pan artist with whom I have ever
... .. desert islead witk her hnbby and worked. is eyes-are articulate to
-L d l -- lher loyer! It happens In "The Lit- the point( that they can tell more
Odt I rit "tie H"ut" ia la which she'lla story a series of jokes, a
star. It eai aal In January. i complicated( al maneuver o0
S wSinc tace Fraaklt 8atra's ultimatum a musical ndersorg.
TWO SOni about Ava Grr(~tr..Stanley Kram- ----
-- ---- er maki, -eyes at both Gina' Medr ,ersien -f the "Which
Si w V --Lollobriida-- 9 ikLoren for, way did le' oT" start of an Art
After 17 Y la glamor reI wh ankie and zona .w Api,. li "Bottom of
I- I. "W cary Grant in "1Thl Pride and the the BeiNs" ri out a pose of
OMA ric -h. fW} A isPos o." ih rauen win arri.veIp Cd-
O-AJol Joel cCr tp's off the old, tthleCi
t* Wo ack, 21= fimxe-d a ,,- '
some fM 1*rq .. .1.. eou&B of toiflatab i

Mrs. Crosby, who wokdhard
a uppoet flv othililM fhm
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.ofl-ge.H a It g hfii acting Hear It Now; .Its anusag about
betbmASM s wIth Pop ln U-I's fforta to lasp MarIo L4 a
" Ie First Tzsa.'' But he's defi- for iout ir l 1ke V,"'The Pban-
ntely decided to follow an acting tom of the C f ', a the se st
career. version, i aO u li who's so-
New I"f W star participation ing Laaii for alfedid di Lagesto
deals: f am Tracy its said, the househe.rembeift o o t eioi,
wAJi lONt ae ti do4 the proftis played the romantic lea.
whf beltma thve flm version of ..- .
"The Old M.J aand tW Sea." -'.... ain Olir as isenm ig
.-Iahe tha* se lppeiem her
If Marion BTrio elk sing and 'movie earatag by the ISlas. Vy -V
dance h "GI ag'i Dolls" James emmont. She has to ahed ut for
Mttcell tca' trin on the high- pctures she made eteiie o ift
powierd emtag. Cyd Charisses;: and deesUt elte the iea.






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Qenmatoedos Seeks th

Consecutive Victory;

Mftti Beats Gachafaz
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The Stud Chumungu's hard-running Chilean
k. colt Quematodos today will be shooting for his fifth
consecutive victory in the featured $650 six and one-
half furlong sprint for Class C imported thorough-
b hst at the Juan Franco race track.

slated to- a SECOND RACE
ae Hipocr, C.hi ingo, 8ug- 1-American M $580
arplum and Barge Royal. 2.40.
Quematodos, fresh from four2-Sismo $4.40, 2.40. .
stt'lht wins. i sure to go off 3-Lo Baubre $31.0.
te matuels favorite with Chi- First Double: $31.60.
v1ingo. llpocrates. u rrplum 7 THIRD RACE
and Bare al p;,arobabl be i -Paques MA.U, 5, 7.60.
tho anodr O _. 2p,%b-, oador $9.80. 7.60.
C'Iv "raced to an Dml
piet r od One-o $275.40.
coss U field laSt week and his
handlers are hoping for a repeatI -Don Pitin $5.80, 2.20.
trim h.. Bas Aguirre will again 2-Engreida $2.20, 2.20.
.ride t-a tud LA nea's.ope. 3La Pamanin 2.20.
Wuarge s which getsi FIFTH RnACE
under only It pounds. could FIFTH RACE
lbe mWwere r lev winner. I-Dol u $3..0, 2.80.
r .ol.l ~ te fastest 2-Tampol $3.20.
hema n athe rae ansd wRll SIXTH RACE
hvl a three ta. ae v t o br I-Lanero $8.20, 2.80, 3.0.
.je *bat .the d noate t rsla. Riqui $2 80, 3. 0.
peedv BuLprplum will havel V3trub $6.40.
the benefit o a good ride on u -SEVENTH RA
this Oesnion but the track con- -uerto $6.60. 3.20.
diM l will more thanikel y 2 -Ona Real $3.20.
hamper her chances. Alejandro Double: U AC
Yeasa has the leg up on the An- EIGHTH RACE
oaWfs' color areI-M etto $10.40, 4.80n 2.80.
bUtlaotleast is stron 2-Petite u$4, l.
fin~shine Hipwates which will, ..... 0..
be handicapped by the short NINTH RACE.
- distance. NINTH RACE
tis race ,bs all the elements -Mutir $3.40. 2.20, 2.20
ia hair-raising thriller. Ten 2-eC hafan t$2.60,e 2.20.
wter prospective humdingers 3-Persan Countess $2.20.
are on the proal' n m. One-w: .
y eterday the Std Buena TENTH RACE
Sclassyr four-year-Od Chil- 1-Kadir $2.60, 2.20.
htbr d grey hOie Mufti lived 2-Pappa Flynn $2.20.
u Ao expectations and defeated ELEVENTH RACE
h[aty rated cachafaz bY a neckI- Pha $5.80, 2.20.
Stalling homestretch duel.2-Curazale $2.20
aschafas and Mufti disposed
of early pacesetter Persa iIn Local Ch-s
Cqpnteis three furlongs out and
ths hooked up in a neck.and
nfk battle down the straight- The biggest dream of allc
with the Luis H. Farruglayers residing in Panama
u.d owned animal com-
and owned anil co- through. They now have
it out on top. Persian Countess own club located in the he
was third while Maria Stuardo. the City l on Via Espafth a
which was supposedly "pulled City. onviaspafa
h .up wal entrance to La Cresta opp
lAst week by LuGiraldo, was 46 St. In Bella Vista), in ac
Ies tured was a relative- portable quiet place, very
,*Tewin for el wa.y Kadir. i.roprlate for this intele
esy win for elamsy Kadfr. gme
Anutonio Rklldmen track game.
SA..e.... prosektd soredk At present, about 87 pl
f e.. of run o Pappa Flynn r re members and the numbi
Sio at hard drive down the increasing daily.
doerb. ihre Mufti, adir was All the chess players, whe
E& L-d-onm utue. choice sPanamania or foreigner
b 0 Is. s wh oile resldtng in Panama or the
,palE 5- .0 per win d.- Zone are cordially invited t
01 1co m emter of bersolthe Club.
Favorites dominated the pro- a matter of fact, all who joi
Iam with only Paques ($12.80) fore Nov. 21, 195. wiln anut
Moe. ( P10.40) paying off in ticauly become founders 1
bl figures. h club .s ar a
41M d Vasques (Mufti and The club has arranged a
), Cristian Rebolledo tcnve p ogram of actuv
rifcan Maid and Don Grau such as Inter-club tournament
AtAlejandro Ycaza (Puerte clasificatlon of the member
aMatro) shared top saddlethe club according to s,
with two wins apiece.I In the very near future cn
wil g ivbegen to thosewho u

e dividends:
, ~Bk Gold $7.60,-8.40.
I ur $10.

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1t Race "H-J" lp. 9 -4 'F
Purse 54M0 Peol lcla 1.i
Fint Rae of the Double -
-Cadrino R. Gome 118
2-Gonsaga J. Jimenes 12x
3-Bright B. A. Ubidla 108
4-Copadora 0. de L0on llOz
5-Cruzada B. Aguirre 110
--Golden Wonder 100
7-Grey Juan H. RuiSl 115

2nd Race "I" Imp. 64 FPi.
Purse $375 Pool Closes :15
Second Race of the Double
1-gBedulno H. Reyes 110
2-La Enea 0. de Leon 107x
3--Cupar E. Ortega 108
4-Don Danny A. Ycasa 118
5-Turl Lodge H. Ruiz 108
6-Choya E. Gastell 110
7-Atom 0 F. Godoy 112x
8B-Panzaretta A. Credidio 105x
3rd Race "H-2" Imp. 6' Figs.
Purse 400 Poo l Closes 1:45
1-Charming P. R. Critlan 110
2-Armador A. Ycasa 113
3-Tempestad 0. Montero 105z
4-R. Emblem J. Phillips 116
5--Discovery H. Ruis 115
6-Hurleeano R. Oomeq 112
4th Race "H" Natives 7 Fas.
Purse 5275 Pool Cles 2:20
1-Piropo 0. de Ledn 9 Ox
2-Arranquin E. Ortegp 10I
3-Slrena A. Gdnzales IlOx
4-College Girl R. Gomes 110
5-Don Jaime J. Avila 120
6-Lady Dancer J. Phillips 113
7-Winsaba J. Gongora 113
th. Race "E" Nativtes 7 'gF "
Purse W75 Pool Clow 255
1-Panchita. 8. OrvJial 1ORx
Z-Carlota R. Cristlan 112
3-Liboria A. Y=aa 116
4-8. Velluda J. Chu 113
6th Raee "H-I" Imp. 7 'Fs.
Parse 5400 Pool Closes :35
Pint Race of the Double
1-S: Peiner B. Carsjaj 105
2-D. Maiden 0. de Leon 07
3-V. River J. OGngora 118
4-Gay Spot A. Gonzales 110
5-M. Maker F. Hidalgo 104
6-fEric A. Vasquez 113
7-(Regal Bliss C. Ruis U15
7th Race "I" Imp. 7 FPg.
Purse s375 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Double

2-Donny Boy
3--M. Beam
4--. Bltpper
5--D. Duebead
10-Oood Joy

J. Phillips 115
S. Carvafal 110
F. Hidalgo 110
B. Ortega 110
A. Vasques 118
E. Darlo 108
V. CastWo 112
R .Cratlan Itn
H. Ruls 110

8th Race "G' Native M4 FgF.
Purme 275 Pool Closes 44M
1-Chepanita F. Godoy 115
2-Consentida A. Yeaza 110
3-SIxaola J. jimenes 100
4-.Mlmln A. Credidio 981
5--Pregonero A. Gonzales 104
6-Flon E. Gastell 115
7-Joe A. Vasquez 113
8-Dom Pastor C. Lino 113,
0--(ReXla J. Phips 1101
10-(Que Lindo &. Carvajal 102

9th Race "G" Imnp. 7 gFs.
eaw $450 Pool Close 5:151
1-C. Prince J. Avila 118
2--reco p. Hidalgo 108
S-Verticordla A. Ubldi 104:
4-Dilprncess B. Aguirre 114
-a so Gaste 1068
oF F 0. Sancheq us1
7--4. 81tpper C. Lin 110
3-floenr P dm. MI

bat Ithi time every year there an deMS Of kries8 l-(A-mat 0. dLeon 107
egtg dirty SMall amoag the press, sad f a small fraet 0 d L 107
Were the season weld be finished by erespOeademe fromI 1th Race "C" I 8% Fa,
On the average, there are probably fewer dirty pros than 'arse$M r. CMoes- 5:40
there are crooks In banks or cribbers in a clasroom, because rge Royal R. Godoy 105
11 guy on the other side are waiting to play cops. which tlbe d""" Crl-ton 115
stories d9 not mention. 3-Hiportes F. Hidalto 110
However, the pros ask for it. The NFL makes It easy for 4--ugarplum A. Ycas 108
the Rame to be mistaken for premeditated murder at times, -Chivilingo B. Aguirre 108
because of the brutal pile-on. When you see a half-ton of1t.... --
taciers mothering a crawling 190-pound halfback, there is an1 t a "Non-WIa-ers".4 % F
institctive anticipation of ligament-popping bnd bone-cracking ur 25
'The trouble is nobody knows when to blow the whistle. 1-Eri'max A. Gonalies 100
The officials cannot be sure, and admit tiis. because there is 2-Con Dinero 1E OZatell 115
in much judgment in the rule. Last season they blew in a -. Futn S. Carvajal 09
tWg of slow to not-too-fast, and pro TV shows rated high ~ -D. Barbara A. Yeaat 117
among the kiddie horror programs. i -Miss Marta E. Ortega 108
S o th put another patch on the rule. It used to be a -
-nan he to fall in the grasp of an opponent. Now he Is down s O T Briefs
even IL the -i-asL is bo trn as ne anass, The whistles have
*Deeded up; there Is some Improvement, without uniformity.
A convalescing halfback can reflect the league mean well. -
The NFL has had whistle trouble "1 ever since quitting the LAS VEGAS British boat
Cllge rules in the '30o^. A collee runner who hits the deck racer Don Campbell has pot-
I... down, no matter how it happens. it's automatic. poied his record.smashin at-l .
TM Ia want a runner to get up and go, especially when tmpt on Lake ead, Nevada,
s.-sip. untackled. Therefore the pile-on is automatic until until Monday. ead vada
the 41a of life cease. The pros are illogical. They don't needed a
thie gmick any more. They have sold skill, andon't need High winds ross the lake
the stretcher caused the poNtponement. The
SIOII e iHalas, the old Bear. puts it well: "An extra yard seedoatt s hatd schedtdo
m worth an injury. Nowadays the extra yard is n a attempt for terday to
S '-. d to what it used to mean, that it is folh jut of
T i his jet-roelI"ed Bluebird The
_MTHE _LMENNT CASE M m Second. bir Te
-the shoulder eparation g
i~wu zr mau agmat he Dars ast ear

MINIM W t ridforoman 8 agaI theMe ut":year
1Ehtihave a 90no16 u 70Yp0 s on the next Vly. .
was for fe- ames g to make a yard or

*m tarUp: ,"If we can add safety factors without de-
t o11 we should. But we are in the hands of
Wei get an automatic rule. If the offletal Is
W h tto Let up and o."
W1 W talaiWat to get up and go or pile on
O1 WO. He mudn'tn do that In college.

WAR. nsotone.
*Ou ffothe thing. Their
.-u. A :L a"d obvioul have the will

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S.-Armsori .. BY a Eblm
4.-Win-a ....... Am~quin
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7.-Frlyabl.e ..... Douayt Boy
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Could Put Football Under'fi

Oklahoqla Scores 27th

Consecutive Victory
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NORMAN, Okla., Nov. 12 (UP)
- First-kaned. Oklahoma ran
its powerhouw at half-apeed to-
day to generate an easy 53-0 it-
tory over Ioa State In I Blg
Seven Confennce game beforea
It was Orange Bowl bound
Oklabhoma's.27th straight victory
and 6Snd conference game with-
out defeat.

CIO"'.- -B.C., Nov. It (UP)
-Maryland's No. 2 team in the
nation yielded two quick touch-
downs to superheated Cleman
today but proved its Oran
Bowl Wrorth by rumbling from
behind on the running of classy
Ed Vereb to roll up a 25 to 12
ftioBUkaR, Nov. 12 (UP)
-EndalJoh Paluek ant -IJoi
Waltop, plyar1n like savage
on the defense, led Pittburgha
to an upet 2-7 victory today
over previumsly unbeaten and
bowl-party West Virginia.
COL1BUS, 0., Nor. 12 (U V
-Ohio State's brilliant halfabek
Howard (Hepalong) Caussady ra
a forest fire out of control today
by scoring three touchdowns oa
the Buc eyes stayed atol the Big
Ten with a 20-10 victory over
Iowa before 82,701 fans, the third
largest crowd in Ohio Stadium
ANN ARBOR,:"Mich., Nov. ,12
((UP)-Michlgan, knocked from
the unbeaten ranks a week ago
by Illinois, roared back w lt h
vengance today to rout Indmiana,
30-0,and keep alive its hopes
for khe Big Ten title and a trip
to the Rose Bowl before 00,613
fans at Michigan Stadium.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Nov. 12
(Up)- Notre Dame branched'
for three second half touchb-
downs and a 27-7 victory over
North Carolina today before
38,000 fans after being held to
a first half deadlock for the
aeeond week in a row.
12 (UP)-Michlgan State, both
offensive and defense clicking to
near perfection, smashed Min-
nesota. 43-14. before 5105 fans
today to remain contention
for the Big Ten Rose Bowl

HANOVER. VN.. Nov. 12 (UP)
-Dartmouth reveled in the mud
of Memorial .Stadium to upset
favored Cornell 7.0 here today.
A crowd df 11,500, prepared
to see Dartmouth's passing at-
tack. saw instead a driving
ground offense that. culminated
in a third. period touchdown.
The Indians were five-point un-
SYRACUSE. Nov. 12 (UP) -
Syracuse blew a 19-0 lead but
came back with a 17-play. 65-
yard touchdown march in the
fourth period capped by big Jim
Brown's four-yard scoring smash
to whip Colgate fw the fifth
straight year, 38-10, before a
capacity crowd of 39,500.






Xw YORK NOtv. I Lttle George mW set m all-
ime Navy 'R ecord s the
Iddles made i nimpreassion
on. Columbia's-40enae and Ar-
ayi scouts in the stands by
rollina up a 47-6l-itory today in
th "'final dre .reheams" for
tb traditpnai game with the

P"ILADMelSiA. Nov. It (UP)
."Army's h'ghl9 mobile unpt. a
corps of flaet.-&:Okfr behind' a
a*pf line, irona -out the reas-
e for its Navy ifteeting today by
a its final ppearne on
r 7nklin Id wth a 48.0 vic-
t9ry over PeInylvani .before
27170 fans
WADISON. W..Nov. it (Up)
- flino spelled Ivy W1lliah-
son's last coaching aaihnment
at home today wha t-14 2win
over Wisconsin. although the
Badgers came wthin as eat.'s
whisker of saving' Ie day with
a. fourth period rally., >
P R( ETONp., NW. 1
( ) .- malflaek Royee sFp.
pin, Idellned eat of the year
atenmon of glory ftome sona-
sop of heartrk today by
lea4ig underdog Pr listen to
the top of the Ivy League
.atadtnu.- wtMh 'a 134 upset
ItM'y over iUigaleared ,'l.

Football Results

By United Pres
Dartmouth 7 Coinell0O
Princeton 13 Yale 0
Navy. 47 Glumbla 0
Delaware 46 Temple 0
Aminerst 13 Wiliams 6
Alfred I Hobart 0-
Army 40 oPnnylvania 0
Syracuse 26. Colgate 19
Bro*n 14 Harvard 6.
New Bltain Tchra eWorcester
C.yI .urgh 34 Westen Mary-
.aj d 7


NiA' Speiau Cwni3 tflt
Engin eea rose has turn-
ed upk liUe Ind et called a tran.
ailtor. ,
It ha te pfepe who mSake re-
dls, teleyisia M e and te le-
hones excited. -
TIm tr miStor does a multitude
o jobs. ItIncreases the utility of
the wlUiBtahkia unfold.
With asg tAe Atride taken
in the- advc of iootbal tech-
nlqqe, t appit rkfly a matter of
time before some shrewd coach
discovers that he .an put the
transistor to workrteing games.
A two-wy, radio-receiving s e t
can bqe cnatrted *hjei Maldn't
tae .a -e1e qo! = A**b hear-
ing ad. -The IruAltqris the mm-
pa firtf t.i0Mheakto aid, one
of the.w dqvfls the wonderful
Ulte-p 01 jit Is now, being
Tbu4.a'palch tJeod keep direct
contact th ow I a. quarterback at
all tiasB. eoa0lh d ca-e all
the flwd aiy 1ructrua, to
the I.: AU o9
mhm. qiji ._i lwrt assl
anyb f niu 'ev r k ee a doot-
ba hal natr Amedlately real-
in i .eA ability. at. scb an
instrumiet. ,

m nt. a tiate gy, Io -have
some fu. ,.
S`Wash. and Pep Tech tneet i -
.heir6' amil game. Befo* ft
kio. 4ni afflcal eirtes noa
displaying a card which
"ThiV gei ls been a
by the f.edeal CommW rel .
Cem Lon with b in
broadcastl rights s of kd i
los ,AM .a F, over an

5.wah r-heavily favored ta
win, I"t e pep Tech o a c *
machine onto the fe in a Wathr
bucket, Wheir Siavesh ba e-b4t
he ums. on. the atic-maker a
the Slwash coaeh can't, get
through hj0Wteam. So Slwaw h
players go tuadpri ng all 'over,
the place, completely demoraliz-
ed .
-'After the upset, the Pe .Te enI
secret gets out and Si*h h lodg-
es a PV t with the FCC, d-.
mandany _p Tech'i broadeating

'l7e .tre-eqy U 0181 a'
preach she F.CC ahd Pep
Tech loses its- license foi a .eai .
Dear old Siwash is awarded t
o ence champtonehip by de-
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V- EAT h-i*. b of backs ,s helped nMake I IlamI.of Ohid a .mie.t Power
F-t u Ht t Temu7 tUon. Quarterback '3a Dinm4tmo, left, sparkles a a signal
handler Tt D en. center, and Tom Troxell.a pair of sprint train halfbacks.

SI.Gll RAYSON Anyway, Miami Is a minor. So The game's not off yet, but it
*=l^^ ^^ ^ _.- is Xavier, which bet oston Col- doesn't appear too aliye.
o is llearnng therMlastfaLL andth.i is hisO i -
Uiversity, which ho drarvir.
Johp L. Indisha to reipetabli mar-' Miami, I A r.a Parseghiaa',I
unable to book /a gins, and Toled., which beat De- fifth year of his first head coach
nou eme for 1158. troit which defeated W i c h it a. ing job, has won 36 games, Ist
Th isa why MiamI (enrollmest which topped Houston. This could'and tied 1. The Redskins are un
3,08l3 men, &181 women), like a go on forever. 'beaten in seven a arts this season
lot of otber schools with a similar IMiami plays the required five
football set-UP, would like to get The point is that year in an4 game m:oimum of the Mid-Ameri
off the so-called "smaif college" year out the teams of souttwest- can Conierence, continues neigh
List. en Ohio and the Mid American borhood rivalries with Cincinnati
The National Collegiate Athletic conference are superior to maiy Xavier and Dayton and takes 01
Bureau breaks the msatitutions in classified asg.big time, butt can't one b"pecial game is a inne-game
:two groups-a "major" list of crack the vicious circle because limit unposed by the school.
'about 100 which basically is -the of one another. .
Same as it was in 1946-47, and a So Miami has a chance to book The unofficial Southwestern 0
i'sm:all college" list. covering all an opening' game for next autumn lho liound Riobin of Cincinnati
S the rest. with a Border Conference school Miami, Dayton and Xavier is cal
BABY 1MAO6LTx A school simply cannot get off which is also on the border line led by its followers "the nation'
the "small college' list unless.half between "major" and "smalL.' It toughest 50 miles of foot b a I1
Tke rasslba event will be a its games are against seats of would be a fine trip for the Miami Miami edged Indiana, 7-0, in it
three-faB affair between "The learning that.are li the elite group kids and they'd draw well because special last year .smacked North
M~gnifleent GeAtlemna, a a d supposedly made up oa schools the Redskins beat the same team western this. The Mid.Amerla
Om Di." which play more than half their In the 1951 Salad Bowl. Conference gr&duall# is becomisi
avg a wrestig mateb as games ainst those in the same balanced.
the curtain raiser o boxing I division. There is no questip hbut But the Border athletic director *
card was introduced b1 C a r a s tHat there are some quinees in the asks: "Are you major or minor?" Mipim doesn't want to get in a
Nuevas on their last program. "big league,-' The NCAB claims He has to-watch his school's social tougher class. The. one it's in i
The idea was ax it .nsoac.e n to be guided by the Football standing, too,'you see. Director hard-boiled enough.
the fans have b rin r writers Sttitics and Cassifica- Brickels' reply was: "We. beat
S' tiqn Comittee. FA''eras pas you. We beat Cinci eatI, na All Milasks is C cl tim
S.....- *-- -.- .l '-thebick to r -Co :. nd Wortthwitetn. i w, it edn g! that., oe gdoutside
Curtain time is 5:30. General NCAB director. i but do you think we're major?"' gmi '
admitance, 75 cents; ringside, :. ; ... -- ---
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Based in the love of a woman whose inspiring
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"f- ftERNAL. BEA," Repabie's smash esHMi ear-
re.tly IAiSat the LUX Theathe, Is based the thril-
1lmg entfr Rem AAmial Jobs M. H.Bkin
8, age t t w- who retaneA to actle 4Sy aftet
"-,utui akrmw IalJsry when. the aiofft mu Pran-
SSS h2Bm &it loes, at Le, t Gulf. e it AIly-
=1 Algib mith tthe role of Mrs. Ninhi wk in-
iton her husband prow"ids 9a1ay the
seenmo in she jlm atr. Co-starla with tem
Awardwinser Dean Jagger a VIk* Ad-
dtoemtle. close friend of the NeWublu Advt.


I Ane n Loe Amts his oln version of
mrA %at minees are, left to right, sons Bobby 5. Mike
er iq coming ot o'etirement to play Tony Trabert on a pro tour.

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wio want to try the game have
tU Sbig opportunity. Shooting
wI'commence at 11:00 p.mI .
t umiUbr ol ,shooters were
tto hot Tr'y and Skeet at
the regUlar Weanesday after-
nopn Jamboree. -Dark skile and
threatening rain 'were fators in
keeping the scores below aver-
age. Even Art Pelkey, the Yan-
kee sharpshooter, was naving
trouble in keeping up with the
swift-flying clays.
Complete scores for Wednes-
day follow:
SKEET (25 targets)
Joe Kueter (410) ....... 23
Windy Sellers .......... 23
Lt. Hinkle .............. 21
'Art Pelkey ............. 21
W. Johnston (410) ..... 21
Art Sutton (410p ........ 21
Buck Laqtlnger.......... 18
Tommy Seller, Jr. .... 16
Joe Cook ............... 16
Mrs. Ruth Hinkle ....... 15
TRAP .(25 targets, K-yd)
Windy Sellers '.........
A. Cusanova' ........ 22
Jbe Cook'. 1.. ..... ... 22
Mrs. Ruth Hinkle "...... 18



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CRASH LANDING-.Ripple Boy, Robert Burke 01erfMtI:
into and ind up entangled in the barrier att i -i f
In the National Horse Show at Madison Square G A'r r"ft t
horse is competing in the conformation hunter cla; ,

LSU Coach Would Not@ i

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n am ongthem, Mike Sean
SPAUEL DIETZEL was not im- Heiring, Al Wharton,,
Stressed with Maryland... not as anaki and Joe La"zy W are
the nation's No. I college team. ior&. Don Healy, TmSteo l
S"I realize that they were on the Dick Bittaer are- opho%,ree,
'I | L .I... flat side for us," says Louisiana ..y,
-;", .. .. .....State's young head coach. .know "Tatum's only problem nitt
S" -- how difficult it wafor Jim Tatum wil -be center, from 'whe! r
to get them up for a team that six-three, 225ppound ob ,Pl*b
s Another of a stories written had won just one game and tied gra uates. Gene Ald.rt l,
for NEA Service another. sophomore behind bl h, ill
n B- %EITH MOLESWORTH I e enough ft e the'leaiaflri ?
S"Ma r y r n d has an excellent not at an eve -ar: let
squad that i b deep ,but I must pounds."
S* rank Texas A. and M. ahead of 6-
a1 them And I can't rate Maryland "TATUMHAS A 1
s as eWing any better than o n a par of ilayersa that wou i
with Gerogia Tech and Misatealppl. elsewhere. Wt-eo eas'
I eaky see, only of teams .Marylao*," -saay-
o we played. .or-o; .p --"-Yor
JL B". J As though the io r iembters "AStL .
Sejnebedd Dietsw1 theoh u1h Is at cete ar
T wsnhe -~ wit Coereaieof expect Sandusky,; t atr .
f le a 'A. and M unbeaten Little wonder Jhim .a
sie opener wttl experience yoqu that it waslt1.
a, MUCLA M Los Anggibh dinary offer to tolei .-
S"Bear Bryint has a whole flock from College Park. .
of renaarkeble sophomores, led by"
one who migrated from Louistaa l
Just.before I arrived," sighs
Dietzel. "He's so good that I cap i
one 16ok. It's John David Crow of James Bte.wt-
lSpr ng Hi ., La', who was -one of "Strotegle Air
errn1 Inhsue n-anads.Th.iss'-ae tba o rernlndo. La a,
who stands six -feet two ahd Dahl,_W
Keith Molewr weighs 200 pounds.* 5 g 8A4GoAolIRp

IT was in the mid-M1930, when LOUISIANA STATE IS highly To y EAL 5.
Professional football P. pleased with Dietzel, the one-time
footballwas firo itM Iad mi of Ohio center who served Alie BusR eIn
trthetodraw big crowds- and his coaching apprenticeship under "UNO3WWAT "
capture the imagino he no rS e i taatouchdown. y ted a
'a aeon. Sid GiUman at Cincinnati, Bryant Barbara Stanwyck, In
the riterco Bat were layg nBlaik. Th despite the fact that "Cattle Qu1e1 of MOmanaas
Cardinals, at Wrigley Field. the Bayou Bengals tailed off more
It was bitter cold weather and tied somewhat after belting Ken
the field had been covered wt. t"ucky in their opener. -',.
a tarpaulin and straw. The end The Tiger have clalined in --
zone had been left exposed making it close. Only Texas A. and
Sthabeendeftnexposedtto the M M lndbe m
elements and was a solid sheet of and Maryland beat them by -
ice. more than a touchdown. They tied
Rice, lost to Georgia Tech by 7
We got down to the Cards' two- nolts, Florida by 4 and Ole Miss
yard ime on fourth down. called by 3. 9 ,
a play which would have taken c bcfe sed *
Bronko Nagurski on a plunge ov. LSU lacks backfield speed. The *
er left guard, but when we lined fastback negotiates the /100 n
up, I noticed that Ernie Nevers no better than 1.6, so tS outrun by '
had planted himself in the slot any oppoing end. ,
where the play was to go. Theimmeiat future I n lot
I quickly changed the play with bright, for of the backs only the f
Sa check-dff call. Instead of Bronko pasmg quarterback, M. C. Reyn- S
carrying, he was to fake the olds, remains. And the upcoming uti
plunge and pass to left end Luke freshmen are nothing for Louisla- .
Johnson na State men to write home about. '
Paul Dietael asked for a job...
Johnson got held up at the line and got one.
of scrimmage and Bronko had no TIM
one to pass to. JIM TRIMBLE ANI" Jack Hag- a
01' Bronk hit right into the spot erty disagree with Dietzel as to O i I K
where the original play was to go. the.caliber of the Maryland asqad.
I&l went over a stack of tacklers "It's a great college team new aIFV* Ii v. .
for a touchdown on a play I d -and is going to be better aext
believe would work year, testifies Trimble, the old
Bronko was moving so fast after Indiana man who drills the Phil.a- '
he crossed the goal line that he del hia Eagles. "Big strapping
couldn't stop eO the ice and ran and fast-moving tackles are the i -
right dfto the dugout beyond the nub of a football tem and Tatum :
end zone. .
He hit the back of the dugout so p
hard that he knocked out a board. .
NEXT: Ralph GugielmL A

ATHEN, 0. (-NEA) -CaroU .
1 T lWiddoes, who rarely calls plays .
i T e from'the beb, was kicking hb-
self after the iau game., whick .
tB-Lp e .& his Ohio University team had last : '_
by a touehdowA. ..
LAte In the fourth period, Wid.-
CARBONDALE, 1.(NEA) does ordered Don MeBride to re-
He's only a Senior at Southern II. place sophomore Ion Macoga at
Stoeia University. but Flovd Cun-. auarterbaek. Me il was n .. ..'.

igha. already has a story
a l hWis great graodehildr
un g with a ith century,
Began shotgun on his p
I rm about at Carbm=
anm wounded a aqulu
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total "probably earlier t h a u
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THE STORY; Tim Rogeis, whose cowordi;e may.,ave
been responsible for the death of Al Hotinsky during the TUESDAY T1
war, now has n chance to save Al's widow, Clair, who is
threatened by three hoods. The Traskis brothers swore
vengeance after her testimony sent theaito prison. Tim 35 ORPHAN
warns Clair of her danger, but in his terror, Clairrsudden- --
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Outside he went to the drta"
store at the corner on M
politan Avenue and dialed o
"The Atlas MK*I W
6 west of CleveM k geni X
want Mr. John FairWt.. ..
DanT Ben. I did t whs
It worked. He's gt i _
SDetroit. "Hle gavg DOP
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There this aIs BWi -'l T
and the kid. Only Wy! ,l
out of town iftley
ing for me. Meeto Iwl .
S't",our mutel .. Te C-f "
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ly demands ro know what happened ro Al in mthe war. i im P zand Text -.I ". ..r M..l...
refuses to tell. By kAALPH sKINNR th.aN. r rua
XI national and Newark Arport, one The Bella Vsta Child r e n's
major bus terminal, two tunnels Home will be the beneficiary of T esmly
TIM tried to take Clairs hands. -the Holland Tubes and the Lin- a benefit card party, tea and thern I4,g lhig at th
a nurse. Now she thought of coln-and one bridge, the George fashion show Tuesday afternoon dren. I
"You're afraid of the police, Tim. Washington, f going westward. It's at the Army and N a v y They at t a'vellable .for t
It's what you did to Al!" A handful of cops could check 'Club, Fort Amador, beginning at dopton. They are not helpe al
"No, Clair," he protested. "It's them all. two o'clock. The Inter-American to the *t of fIre elt-uuff1cien
because of what I did in New The way to get out is to take Women's Club is sponsoring It. cy and t tqd Iad They
York before I came here." the tube to Jersey City or New- Tickets are only St and may be 'are mot teto
She knew then that whatever ark and catch a bus or interstate purchased at the door. and the 1014 ofW but
trouble Tim had gotten into was train there. But he decided the Whle the card party starts at encourtagZo 1rlghelr
because of her. And her anger Hudson Terminal on Church two. tea won't be served u until o the
evaporated hlike a drop of water Street where he'd have to take 4.30 and the drawing Jor d o r ot u local itiens "yare
on a white-hot skillet, the train would also be under prizes is set for five o'clock to' dt 4 monysey to-"opprte
Tirr. was right. What happened observation. So he returned to allow working girls to be there such a h ,w _y nt a
between Al and Tim in France the hotel and put a call in for and participa te to ed.
11 years ago could no ot be Dan in Cleveland, using the name Most everyone is familiar grow gbed-
changed. It belonged to the un- Dan had assumed: Fairweather. with the 4ela Vista Children's '.. *
happy past. Reviving it could He cursed Dan's stupidity in Home which is an orphanage .
not help this man beset by fears taking Tim Rogers' check, He .-- -- t lgA anee.Jr
who sat before her now. For Al's cursed him for wantingto give hairline uthe otoff He eMe
ake, for the sake of Tim's wife up his freedom and maybe his put ou nis nano to stop them Ia Vist N' oe. t h
and child whom she did n o t life in exchange for Clair Holin- s, they move toward bie eae- Presel-t bui- t in not fr e .,-
know but who she knew had suf- sky's. He knew they'd be caught vasOr.m prenat an n t i not fr a r
feted as much as Tim during the after they killed the girl. He .heavy' thp m s' b
10 years of his Golgotha, she had wondered why all his brothers "Mrs. Rogers?" e l uq pq
to try to help him. He had to were such knuckleheads. Big To- T rL. oaed, The man took I
learn tollive with his fear. He was the biggest-and was dead t. ru
hadnto learn to copehih dan- because o. it. out a small ueutiLiicatio., C a& r u charflflflu'Bttlg *=nf,
had with stamped 'edersi bureau of in- beta iz A- to t m
ger: Ay smart gambler could tell vesug-tion" to vyimon me mans outA. self. -
During "he war Clair had been yot the odds were against you. photograph was cidppere. I L s .%
a nurse. Now she though of "Ahent Larsen, ra,,tsurgh of- ot ep-o Iitep ,:; '
Pasteur and his cure for hydro- BEN poured himself three fh-. fice. tsay sptea to yu a for a Bus ~ in tthsey 6d '"
plhbia based on giving a bitten gers of scotch, chased It with moment, please? to b .. L rA 'rp
ild % lightly stronger Inocula- water and strode up and down er tiurait Uagteninw, Loana and to c' I .t I o
Stho dread virus, every day the thickly carpeted room. a metL man in tier apaiLmenL. year show the gl ve r-s
r a number of days until, by He had a Jittle money in hi s He looceo it over, taking in tne rather the receivers.
re time the incubation period is pocket. If his brothers wanted to dneap rung anu OurnAuIAe, tae Yes, the girls sh' togu/ '
over, the child is immune to the commit suicide, why should he scuued minag cnaiLs, tie 8a paer feature to students. Mits *ACH0 at, f4 ,' 1., ..4.-'a', k
poison from the bite. And s he Join them? mamp enaues. bate -sused a4 nis loi4a,. .O'0, lhstructor in .tw- am e of 4h e Jm6rTA aeB .
Wondered if somehow Tim He had always been the tall of glance swept tile room and rested ing and design at ,Ca-.lZ' 'e ,$nesBti
eldn't similarly be immunized the Tsaskis dog. 4 moment on eacl urasliem in Jufto- College and B ae -ifh -" "..,
kla$ fear-a ainst danger- so He figured up the "advantages" it. [Sc l. ames. ,lay bia.a r atiI- -,. .- aughy, mann, ti. ales'ws; arojd
he cold live the rest of his life of belnging to his brothers' gang: They will -model dressesA ely. o, dJ. erten,.eW the
n peae. Meantime she wouldd Net earnings of around $;100 a "What's happened to Tim?"have des 1ed and made m by lMrsE -. I -tbra a re*,~ ae sq "ge, .ake sale committee 'M b-e
hav, de Upard it 'a ane G Mcib
have tjim to figure out a way week, fout years' work, total-- she semanuet. selves. All ate o lo e d say .auMess 'i-Parl ts're
to tr the Traskises. $20,000. Time served--five years. "'he amn geat danger. You've are their own bandi*ork. a ay. durigra P aftr ;Eleanorl Mrs, -r
"Th after me, not hm," So he had lost five years of his got. w te,, eu wnie3e ,e s. ion, will range from morn-i ng away during the'-auferdLol. Eleanor / ,e RCr
she th t. "They won't hurt life and was five grand in hodk "-ien you donn cume to ar- dresses hroup rt clothes, t First a the several dd erly Boyet e,,aial e t a
lm- u a he gets in the way. to his brothers. At this rate, he'd rest nau' ernoon frocksba aI dinner dresses Brizes we a, .re. trip jnB iC Af u *al- An -ggs, Ms James. P.I l puoiity.
And I'.' see be doesn't." Aloud wind up a Lankrupt-if thd state "riu, way should we want to do No bathing suits! torCosta 4agivel by Soya fthfhli,!a 'Mra bined
phe said, "All right, Tim Let's didn't intern him again first, ha. h They are volunterring th s[r D othr. d dr Cru"bl# aw,- d,".pl. C the
oiy."w "nut the money he took of time to aid the benefit. We'll tell O tr f urI will be thile sale sd a, ]'.o
Not till they were a doz en" XII coui a, you re atom rAsLsourg. you who they re s .ortly. of C.. diorit a I M r, m l m e m.s. t
Ies from Cleveland, in"Fri t'a ouwoun t--" Ladies attending e faty 4?pk4'saa Ir on Im"esq e AS1EA.s. .. e 1maity.*q; hbb
two'vearold car, headed westcn BEN TRASKIS bflt the $100 woultin't, but I know. .are 'asked to bring their-own A I g 1jj ? ..# bWay 20 at 70 miles and hour, bills in his wallet and wondered Have you any oes wnwere he is?'D'li Worp ?xb ,tw.r.. W.
ii1 Tim relax. If he would have the courage to "'an.i ie neavet r aubd '- -' a co t t
'. 'You'll be safe In Detroit," he break away from his brothers. "I IIan r know ne knew any-.lie u
aid. "They won't ge able to find The money was not al his, but bocy iin Ltvievijand. ar'.' r.
ao .. there. o' gbelfndT ed jointly to Dan. Lou and "Hte went to see Mrs. Holinsky trz' are 1- 2 lle"i to e M.i. ,, k
Clair looked at little Sharon a hiseat .1t had been saltted away at nt granuhauiecr s nuumoe-.luu kN J dyl it re dh
sep between them in the car, durne th ejOrms In prison and xnqw her.., Weu, this morning IaC JA.eard.0
oe little red gingham doll press- now ,ing to eveD u 1or tai eaa. appeared.' itV. auis, tea ar- do
d to-ber breae..yThen she looked the N U i link "o a nee... y is .. tOe -1,h Otto,, -.
at. Tim hunched over the wheel, The If cheek that Da Tim in danger,'.
bl huge hiam-ltke ands covering had ll, probably make them iue man exoiained briefl. Bil- v.
e alim- steering wheel, his small a smAlU profit on this deal tifly's eyes brunmed wid tears B
lke eyes squinting against tht they were able to cash it. But and nas naew caucneau a Losuta
beams of I g h t, ani Sen figured the check might get as they listeneS. Lorna a mutW
knew why she was doing them in a lot of. trouble sooner ieapms ahean of toe visitors
d h e or later.' story. sould she go on to WLan-
SNever in her life had she seeS He wondered if he could break caswr anu aoanuoL the man woA L
more pitiful figure, away and decided he'd have. to naJ not only aeprive nher o1 a
think about it a while. nappy mar ageor the ak 01
SAFTER returning to Ne w At last Dan returned his call. anopner woman burt had Decome
York, Ben Traskis waited at the "We're in the Atlas Motel on 'a te as wen? ble owes 'nLnii
3I:tmore until midafternoon be- Highway 6, about 15 miles west! nothing.
e Dan phoned him from Cleve- of the city," Dan said. "I saw
.9 hr t hat Rogers guy in front of the "What do you want me to do?"
Theygot h grandfather's hotel in Cleveland, so we had to' 'iry, to figure out were tney
ce patrolled," Dan told him. clear out. Good thing you didn't mighthave gone."
We'll..stay at the Clevalpnder fly out. What happened?" -g t a brother in Detroit."
Mtel till they decide we ain't in Ben told him of the guarded tHemember other In Detroit."
.town and pull off the guard. Come airport. "Rmemloote itUP.twasd s the
6n out by plane but get your own "Sit tight where you are," said suburbs on ien uIer Street.
nd don't talk.-to us in pub- Dan. "I'll phone you tomorrow sButbwhyshoud he go there
l Wm.idomebody might recognize and tell you where to join us. t why ershou eg "sheeask
tle of us together." "Okay," Ben said. He added. -with a er woman?
"Okay," Ben said. Re w ent as an afterthought, "Be seeing ,
down no block to'the airline ter- you." Breaking with his brothers h d-
ainal n42nd Street and bought would be too tough to do alone. "They left in panic in -the md-
a ticket for Cleveland. Thlt air- After Dan hung up, Ben finish- de of the asnt I. Possibl
part bus took himout to La Guar- ed his drmink. He still was wonder- they thought of the first, refuse
ala Field in Fl iting. At the gate ing when he dropped off to sleep outside Cleveland and chose has
M law ro.ztesa.sizing up the pas- He couldn't do it alone, but may- brother s home."
SHe wheeled anu took a be if he had someone to helpI The man examined her card-
tlait to Manhattan. him, board bags.
gn route back he smiled rueful-" I "You're going on a trip. It's.
ly at the thought of how easy it is AT 11 o'clock the next morn- obvious you're leaving him. But
to catch a person entering or ing, just as Lorna and Billy were his life is at stake. Won't you
leaving the biggest city in thej leaving thier Parkchester apart fly with me to Detroit first and, 4 '
country. Actually there were only ment', the elevator stopped and a do this last service for him. ?'Gere
three alsfields--La Guardia, Inter-dark, thi, handsome man wth a "LaveC an fly alone." w V
him quite a Jolt when he s e e as '
Syou. You can tell fl why you
came-then leave.u
PRICES: .75 and .40 The idea suddenly appealed to
T D YLorna. "All right," she said, "but
I don't have enough money." -
--TODAY -.I'll take care of IL"
05. 2:45, 4:35, 6:40. 9:00 n.m. 7'7 men to the phone .....'
STOYO'S CRIME UNDERWORLD WAS BROKEN BY THE U S. MPCI, and made reservations tor three
THE JAPANESE SECURITY POLICE-AND A KIMONO GIRL! persons on one of the afternoon
flights via United Arlines to D-

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