The Panama American


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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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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


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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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unidentified anti-Integration dtmonstrator (c enter) outside the Sturgis High. School Na-. s
tional Guardsmen with fixed bayonets forced a path through an angry mob of some 750
white persons and escorted nine Negfa students into the school. Several persons were ar-

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NEGROES ENTER SCHOOL Negro students are escorted by
' police into, the formerly, all-white -Sturgis,- Kentucky, High
' School. National Guardsmen, called out by Gov. A, B. Chan Chan-r
r Chan-r dler, used fixed bayoneU to-clear path throuh an angry
'-; mobVwhich gathered outside the -scnool.i ,.1

Police AreWdtMul
In Racetorn Hamlefs

CLINTON, Tenn.; Sept. 8 (UP)
-The Becond week of Jntegrat Jntegrat-ed
ed Jntegrat-ed classes at Clinton high school
ended on a peaceful note yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, but city officials readied
plans for keeping the peace aft aft-'
' aft-' er National Guard troops leave.
Thr. 12
XTnn eurisnta ruhn
broke the color barrier here Aug,
ovuil"" ..

87, attended classes witnouv in incident
cident incident and both, the local police
and National Guard .reported
that "everything; Is quiet and
' orderly." i:-.--',;'-:"'
Only one week ago; some 1500
persons had terrori?ed Negroes
.' driving along the town's main
; street in the first of three vio violent
lent violent demonstrations 'fiexe, .

Rrhooi officials reported that
attendance by white students
v ahowed an Increase for a third

atralght day; They said 419 of
. the school's 800 white students

' attended classes yesterday. Only

. 268 white students showed up
Monday following the week end

City policemen said teenagers
, irere observing the 7 p.m. curfew

Imposed Thursday and no w
restt had been made. The Na
tional. Guard detachment, now
reduced from some 700 to 250
also reported a. Quiet day.
The first real riot here fol-

v lowed an address by Asa (Ace)

Carter, North Alabama, j White
CHIzens Council ; leader from
Birmingham, at a football game
between Clinton and La Follette
Aug. 31.
The" National Guard made no
official statement as to when its
last forces would be withdrawn.
but it appeared the militia
would encamp through the week


STURGIS, Ky., Sept; 8 (UP)
The number of state police as assigned
signed assigned to this town seething with
unrest over enforced school in integration
tegration integration was doubled this
morning as miners from nearby
communities were expected to
1 swell the crowd ; of white pro-
testers, t ?;
Three coal mines at nearby
Pleasure Ridge were not work working
ing working today and miners reportedly
were coming here.? : r
A total of 20 state ponce cars.
double the number on hand yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, were lined up across the
street from Sturgis high school.
? Three M-47 tanks including
one bv the school entrance also
were sun in place on tne men
school grounds,. ; : '.:
A crowd of about 100 persons
already had gathered: across the
street from the school more
than one hour before school
started ' -1
Kentucky Adj. On. JJ B. Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, in command ol the-National
-Guardsmen on hand, -de
nied rumors that the "city was

under martial law. 4
"There Is no martial law
this thing is in hand here.
There will be no martial Jaw un unless
less unless I request it and in my Judg Judgment
ment Judgment it is wholly unnecessary."
He said, however, that the
governor's office in Frsnkfort
had drawn up a martial law or order
der order as a precautionary measure
in case developments here forc forced
ed forced its issuance. f
A scheduled football game be between
tween between Sturgis and Bowling
Green apparently will be played
tonight despite the disturbance
and the fact that most team
members did iot attend school
Meanwhile, a newly formed
While Citizens Council planned
today to petition local officials
to ask the state troopers and
National Guardsmen to "pack
up and get out of town."

tK people

Jus!;ceWtCncy ..
Herd To Fill ;
. President Eisenhower may
have to looK outside tne judi judiciary
ciary judiciary to replace retiring Supreme
Court Justice Sherman Minton.
Republicans in the right age
group and of sufficient stature
are scarce on the federal bench.
White House Press Secretary
James C. Hagerty said he did
not know if the president would
nam a new Justice before the
November elections. The Tacancy
opens officially Oct.. 15. A ;
The nominee could not be con confirmed
firmed confirmed bv the Senate untirit
meets In January. But recess
appointees often assume their
duties pending " confirmation.
Chief ; Justice Earl Warren. a
former California governor, did
Mr. Eisenhower selected his
toM wniniie. Justice John
' ; aa 1 .1. from the V. .h
4 the sercni U.S. Circuit .Court
of ADoeals in N.ew York.
Some observers expected the
President to look to the soutn or
midwest for his third candidate.
ReliRlous affiliation is another
consideration. No Roman Catho Catholic
lic Catholic has been on the high court
sinca the death in 1949 01 jus
tice Frank Murphy.
Minton's departure will change
the political lineup of the court
to five Democrats ana rour e e-Dublicans.
Dublicans. e-Dublicans. assuming that ; his
successor is a Republican. Jus.
tice Harold H. Burton appoint
ed by President Truman Is a
Republican. -, r

60P Demos

GOP; : Campaign Of Facts

, WASHINGTON. Sept. 8 (UP)
-T-Tne. vvmte wouse said toaay
that. Democratic attacKS on
President Kisennower "all will be
answered to the campaign with
lads.'; :;)': 7.:
White House press secretary
James C. Hagerty was asked a a-bout
bout a-bout former President Harry 8:
Truman's charge last night that
Mr. Kisennower has engaged in
theold Army game or passing
the buck" and shuKed respon responsibilities.
sibilities. responsibilities. : : v?
Hagerty"s reply was: -S
" "Tnat's one nf the reasons Mr.
(Leonard) Hail (chairman, of
the Republican National Com Committee)
mittee) Committee) said there will be & Re Republican
publican Republican truth squad following
Mr. Truman."
Mr. Truman made the charge
in a sneech last nieht before the
52nd annual meeting of the A-
merican Political Science Asso
ciation. ;. ; ; v
Haaertv also was asked 11 ne
had any comment on Democrat
ic presidential candidate Adiai
E. Stevenson's charge yesterday
that the Elsenhower administra administration
tion administration has failed to meet the prob
lem of inadequate public schools.
. Hagerty replied that the Dem
ocratic comment an wui ne
answered In the campaign with
Mr. Elsenhower himself, head
ed for the aolf course this morn'
ing for a "little exercise" with
his (ton. Mai. John Elsenhower.
He will fly to Pennsylvania
Stale University at eight a.m.
tomorrow for dedication services
for a chapel In memory of his
brother's late wife, Mrs. Milton
Eisenhower. The President will
return to Washington about
noon.: ,-. j .-.
Mr. Eisenhower is scheduled
to kick oft his own campaign on
Wednesday with a giant picnic
at his Gettysburg farm for Re
publican leaders from all over
the country.
Rep. Clarence Brown (B-O.),

knew the trmth mni the


Jasf German State Denounces

West for Propaganda

Jury Indicts Johnny Dip
In Riesel-BHnding Case

NEW YORK. Sept. 8 (UP)
Johnny Dio. labor rackets czar,
and six other underworld fig
ures were under federal maics maics-ment
ment maics-ment 'today on charges of con
spiring to obstruct justice in the
acid-blinding 01 laDor coiumwai
Victor Rlesel
A grand Jury which worked
overtime yesterday to return the
indictment riiled that the de
fendants entered the conspiracy
to scare off witnesses irom tes testifying
tifying testifying before another rand
jury rackets investigation..
Six of the hoodlums, includ
ing Dio, already were under
arrest on charges of hiring a
small-time tough, Abraham
Teloi, 21, to fling acid in Rie
tel'tface in front of a Broad Broadway
way Broadway restaurant on April 5. TeU
vi was subsequently murdered
because he was "too hot,n the
FBI claimed,'; TirV:l;:i C
The seventh defendant was
Abraham's brother, Leo, who
was alleged to. have spirited the
acid 'thrower '.to ft hideaway In
Ohio when the conspirators
feared he was '.'hot on Manhat
tan's lower east side.
Jpo T:M s rim Ii c
in r ' 'eM.
a material, witness.
; tnefy
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All seven of the defendants
were charged with conspiracy to
obstruct Justice. Maximum sen-
tenre. 14 five years and $10,000
fines upon conviction.
TJin: a" one-time protege ; f
Louis) Buchalte,r and Jacob Sha.
plro who bossed Murdejr, I,nc.
was recently accused of at
tempting to gain control of the
Teamster's. Union Joint council
He was Indicted by ft New York
a vice chairman of the GOP Na National
tional National Committee, 1 s s u e d
statement this morning accus accusing
ing accusing the Democrats of resorting
to smear tactics "because' they
have no issues."
'President Truman is smear
ing our great President and oth other
er other Democrats are smearing Vice
President Nixon at the very mo
ment he should have everyone s
sympathy," he said. ;-'-;
"Tills Is like a small boy try-
ine to dron a flyine fortress witn
a pea shooter.. The American
nubile. I am confident, will re
ac against these anything-goesr
to-win tacucs.
Chairman Hall warned his f el
low Remiblicaris yesterday
gainst taking the presidential
campaign too mucn for grantea
After a 50-minute conference
with Mr. Elsenhower. Hall said
'complacency Could be a tougn
enemy" for the Republicans 10
lick in November.
Man Who Started
Esther Williams
Show Hoax Sought
LONDON. Sent 8 (UP) Swim
mint star Esther Williams put
Scoltnad Yard to work : yester yester-dayto
dayto yester-dayto find the njystery man
who twice has tricked American
airmen into thinking she would
put on a snow for them.
Crowds of airmen waited more
than an hour in Bushby Park
yesterday after someone called
their camp to announce tha
the glamorou swimmer would
entertain them. A -similar' phone
call also tricked men at the
Apaerkan base, ln'Rulsllp.

cemnSry it

SEPTEMBER '9, 1958
grand Jury last Junei for at attempting
tempting attempting to sell "labor veace at
a price.
The Jury, which worked over
time to return the Indictment,
charted the defendants con'
snired to have acid hurled Into
Rlesl's face t scare off wit witnesses
nesses witnesses from testifying before a
grand jury Investigating laoor
racketeering. i -,
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Riese was attacked In front of
a restaurant near Times Square
April 5. Hoodlum Telvi, the man
named by tne m as me acia
thrower,, was killed in gangland
fashion July 28.
to,.:,, v.: ".-
The jury backed up charges
by U.S. Atty. Paul W. Williams
that Kiesel was attacKea Be
cause the underworld feared he
would) testify before' another
grand Jury probing the infiltra
tion of racketeers in tne gar-1
ment and trucking industries.
Others named In the Indict
ment were Charles Tuso, 44, who
allegedly witnessed the meeting
at which Dio was said to have
plotted the attack; Gondolfo Mi-
ranti, 27, who acted, as the al alleged
leged alleged go-between at,Dio re-
qiKst: ctiTirg-Woppie Carlino,
43, who i!s accused of paying
Telvi $mno for the attack; Jo
seph Peler Carlino, 43f no rela
tion to ; Charles, who, the FBI
charged drove Telvi to -an Ohio
hideout and DomenicO Bando,
t47, Who was accused of asking
Joseph Carlino to help him find
a mart for the attack,:," ,:-
Dio arid several other defend
ants were arrested last week by
FBI agents. Mirantl and Charles
Carlino were arrested last month
when the FBI broke the. case.
Several other persons- have been
held as material witnesses.


Demos: Complete Peace Goal

SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Sept. 8 -1
(UP) Adiai Stevenson said today
that Congress should give top prio priority
rity priority to legislation to help areas
with "chronic" unemployment
problems, : ,,
The Democratic- presidential
candidate said "serious pockets of
depression have developed in
many or the nation s inuusiriai mm
mining areas, inciuouig oouinern
Illinois. 1
n aM Sen. Paul II. Douglas
(D.-Ill.) introduced legislation "to
help communities with, chronic un unemployment
employment unemployment to help : themselves,"
but the' Douglas bill "got buried"
in the ist session of Congress.
"I won t go into tne oeiaus ot
that on this non-partisan occasion,"
stpvpnsnn isid. "But its passage
seems to me one of the most im
portant ltema on ungrcss agenoa
when it iia reconvened.
Stevenson -was scheduled to fly
here today from uncago, lor a
"homecoming in me siaie capnai,
where he served as governor from
1949 to 1953. .",
From Snrinefield. Mevenson plan
ned to fly to Columbus, to- address
the Ohio-Democratic State Con Convention
vention Convention later today, : and then to
New York vCity tomgnt tor an
Eastern campaign tour. V
Stevenson's remarks were pre
pared for delivery: at Springfield
from the steos of the historic San-
pamnn County Courthouse., where,
Abraham Lincoln served as a
member -of the Illinois legislature.!
Stevenson said he was reminded.
of Lincoln's words as he launched1
his senatorial campaign in 1858
from the same spot "We shall
not fail, K we stand firm; we "shall
not faU." : v- S r 7. 1
The candidate r said he also
thought Of Lincoln's words fl the
close of that unsuccessful cam cam-aign
aign cam-aign "I stand here surrounded
)y friends, some political, all per personal,
sonal, personal, I trust." y, v
Stevenson1 again tried to spike
teDublicuin euns in the political
campaign by saying "'the issuesi

Abrthem Lincoln.

BERLIN, Sept. (UP) East
German. Communists toaay de
nounced the West German note on
unity as a, "bare propaganda man
euver." ': (
The Neues Deutschland. official
Communist Party newspaper, said
the West German government cut
off any possibility of a real dis discussion
cussion discussion of the German problem by
denying the existence of two Ger
man states. -...
The newspaper said West Ger Germany
many Germany raised the demand for ex
tension of "the mastery of mono monopolists
polists monopolists and militarists" over all of
Germany and natu to uie &ast.
The newspaper said the note
sent to the Big Four yesterday was
not a (oreien Dolicv action design
ed to reunify Germany but "a bare
propaganda maneuver designed to
justhv the splitting policy of the
Adenauer government in the com
ing Bundestag elections.
The Bonrt Government in the
note, the newspaper said, attempt
ed to portray its "aggressive ac
tions as defensive measures and
blames the Soviet Union for the
split of Germany, t
The newspaper said the major
ity of West Germans agreed that
the Bonn policy was aggressive.
Communist propagandist Cor
hart Eisler said today tho eustor
of Konrid Adenauer as Wost
Gorman chancollor is a proro proro-quisita
quisita proro-quisita for unification,
' The hail-himmne fusitlve from
American justice said that to bring
about unity, "the Adenauer gov
ernment must be forced to resign
and government furmed in West
Germany that is ready to su
the national tasks in a peaceful
way jointly with the government
of the German Democratic ue-
Eisler said Germany could not
be unified until "West German
militarists! are robbed of their
power."' -t V;
He said East Germany would
not allow a unified Germany to be
a member of ther North Atlantic
Treaty Organisation "or allow the
"socialist achievements' of East
Germany to. ba eradicated.
Eisler wrote in the Communist
Youth newspaper Junge Welt.
are not peace ind prosperity
These) are things we agree on."
"The issues are bow we go about
getting them, bow we make this
a prosperity not Just for some of
us but for all of us, bow we go
about using this prosperity for the
things we need most like schools,
and how Nve' achieve a lasting
peace in all the world for no nothing
thing nothing less than that is really peace
at ail," btevenson. said.,
Reolyiniz to GOP critics, Steven
son said "It's too bad that when
we talk about improving things
as, they are the charge is made
that we are gelling America
short." ,
He said "of course times are
good at least fof some." X
"But surely none of us -believes
that our task is finished, that we
can stop and rest now. that all
we need to do is, hold on to what
we have, Stevenson said.
Turning to the farm situation
he said he wanted to see that
"livinz as ffood in these, prosper
oua times on the farms as it is in
town." Stevenson said the farmers
don't want a "handout program,"
either. ;
"We must rather work out ways
of using what he produces and
there is great need for all of it;
and ways for seeing that he
gets a price for what he produces
that represents a fair share of our
national abundance," he said..
..1. There- is so mucn 10 ao, so
much more than just hanging on
to what we have, keeping things
as they are," he said. "...It is not
enough for America just to hold on
to' what we have."
Stevenson recalled his foreign
policy speech at Los Angeles Wed.
nesday, and said the parties will
debate In this campaign which "of "offers
fers "offers the most responsible program
lor peace.
He appealed again for Repubh
cans and Democrats to agree
that all Americans and both poll
tical parties share an equal pas passion
sion passion for peace; let's be honest
even in an election year.


But Eden Max
Query Counti

LONDON, Sept: 8 (UP) Britain appeared woven
towards asking the United Nations to intervene in t' :
Suez dispute today. , a,
V There was na official announcement that Britc i
planned to refer the Suez question to the UN if the Men Men-zies
zies Men-zies mission to Cairo fails. But indications were mountir 3
that Prime Minister Sir. Anthony Eden might at least rp rp-proachthe
proachthe rp-proachthe international body first instead of giving cn
immediate green light for the use of force against Egypt.
Meanwhile : in Cairo the; Suez'.: committee cskej
Egypt's, President Nasser for; a new meeting today h a
last ditch bid to save the neardoomed talks on the fut. 3
of the Suez Canal. '

Menzies Falls
Victim To
'Gyppy Tuialny,
CAIRO, Egypt, Sept. 8 (UP)
Australian Prime Minister It.
G. Menzies has fallen victim
to 1 gypt's most notorious com-.
j'aint "Gyppy Tummy." v
Australian sources said Men
lies suffered a "sl'ght" attack
of the stomach ailment yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, ttut that it did net affect
his working schedule as head
of the live-power -Sues com
mittee, y-
v Most western visitors to Cai Cairo
ro Cairo usually suffer at least one
attack of "Gyppy Tummy" in
making the switch from their
usual diets. It's one of those
common mideast complaints
usuallly caused by infected
food, particularly during the
US Ilixes Expanded
Tal!$ If Suez :
Conference Fails
Thfi United States opposes
any new full-dress conference
on the Suez dispute if current
Cairo talks with Egyptian Pres
ident Gamal Abdel Nasser fall
through as threatened, Inform
ed sources said today.
' They said tills attljtude would
not rule out continued efforts
to 1 resolve the contro v e r s y
through other diplomatic chan
nels. But it would preclude any
new meeting or any enlargement
of the original group of nations
which meet in London,
This stand was said to be bas
ed on the fact that that the 22
nations represented at the Lon
don meeting are the main users
of the CanaL If they failed to
come up with a solution accepta.
ble to Nasser, these sources said,
little more could -be expected
from an expanded meeting,
. Reports from Cairo, said the
Nasser talks were headed for
complete failure although there
probably would be a last-gasp
try at reaching agreement on
Western proposals to Interna
tionalize the waterway. It was
understood here that Nasser
wants' a new conference to tackle
the issue.
These informants said this
country wonld interpret an out
right rejection of the western
uroposals by Nasser as an effort
to delay the negotiations hide
finitely- The United States does
not want to see this happen and
Britain and France would not
tstand for lk


The Sues committee, tin ricr
the chairmanshio of Austral;. 1
Premier Robert C. Menzies, net
ior iwo nours m the cre-,v 1 1-walled
walled 1-walled Australian legation t: .i
aispaicnea tneir request for a
new meeting to Nasser.
Nasser was expected back front
Alexandria later today.
uommuiee' spokesman I.'orl
Deschamps denied "wild reports"
tne taiKS naa-. finally e.i
completely broken down
"The disciif,ions have 1 1
reached a final st?re e
still going on," Deschamp- '.
He said that the last m- j
with Nasser, was expectcJ to
morrow. 1
Despite the vast mlliUry build
up In the Eastern Mediterra
nean, now Bearing its peak, the
trend appeared to betowardt
talking rather than shooting, in informed
formed informed sources credited the pow powerful
erful powerful trades union congress,
which called, on the government
uiu wses 10 reier we dispute
to the United Nations, with hav having
ing having influenced Eden's decision.
The Laborlte Dally Mirror
headline, its front page story to today
day today "Suez Eden Plans Call to
U.N." and said that if Menzis
reports' complete failure In his
talks Britain will tell the seu-
rity council that "a serious in international
ternational international situation" has fcri-n.
Tne council may be meeUnar
when Britain's parliament re resembles
sembles resembles In emergency ser on
Wednesday to discuss the t ici
crisis, the Mirror said. i;
Eden flew rforth to Rnntinnif
today to confer with Quern
Elizabeth II on the Suez crisis.
Officials confirmed he would dis discuss
cuss discuss the crisis and the Menkes
mission witn tne Queen, but 4 id
mere was no question of the
summons being one of particular
urgency. The Prima Minister al always
ways always stays with the soVereien at
Balmoral Castle in September, a
spokesman said.
Eden conferred with aenior
members of his government and
with the chiefs of Britain's light lighting
ing lighting services at 'N u m b e r Ten
Downing Street yesterday. In
formed sources said he does not
plan to start work on the report
he will deliver to Parliament
Wednesday until he gets tacH
from Balmoral.
Leap To Freedom
Saves Policeman
From Gal, Driver ?
(UP). There's one wrw
driver that a policeman l n
Grand Rapids never wants to
see again. :- ;;.
-Patrolman Ira' Stout was tak taking
ing taking the woman on a road test
for her drivers? license. When
the test was over1. Stout told
the woman to park to a vacant
spot across the street from the
Traffic Bureau.
But the woman wasn't taking
any chances. She said, "von
can't trap me. That's a loa' ng
space with a no-parking e!:
. So stout toid ner she could
stop lust for a minute to let
him out. But the woman kept
on driving. Then he asked her
to stop in front' of a building
in the next block, Again she re refused.
fused. refused. --'
Finally, she slowed down for
a light. Stout .opened the door
and leaped to freedom.
'1 For all her caution, the wom woman
an woman didn't pass the test. She hai
made an Illegal- light turs.

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WITLESS WIGHTS, I was practicing rny in (liv (liv-inglnttieflefpendof
inglnttieflefpendof (liv-inglnttieflefpendof Rolando'. Hideaway the other day
when the thought crossed my mind that. I was fed up
to the teeth with you horrible lot. I asked a fellow froth
fancier where I could go to pet away from such a sick-
making collection, and he told 'me, where I "could, go
which put a quick stopper onthLt conversation"
Then I turned to wondering about the principle of
equal pay for equal work, much under discussion in
these days. I asked Red, the boatswain tf the Cantuta
cab, why he doesn't split the take with stne t hen I work
equally as hard as he to push the scrap metal Indus
try's most notable holdout to the side of the road while;
we wait for a bus for the rest of the journey." He said
there was nothing about equal pay for equal pushing
tln the treaty, and that if I thought there was, some some-'one
'one some-'one had been fooling me, and that was Just my; hard
luck.- .' J
That didn't seem too hot a treaty to me, so- i sought
some peace and quiet to think about it, and when I got
out to Tocumen there was a TACA plane just leaving
for Costa Rica and points north, so I snuck aboard; and
here I am in San Jose where no one is worrying about
the treaty, because it's raining so much. : t

I have tried to rouse their attention.
1 "What do you think of Dulles' remarks on' the sov- ;
erignty of the Canal Zone?" I asked my cab driver on
the way in from the airport --;,
"Every afternoon, rain, he said. "And the cost of
living is going up, too." --v-y S S
A little letter I found myself with the celebrated
Scottish laird, Oswald Rooert Br,uce, distinguished edi editor
tor editor of San Jose's Daily Press (Every day in the year but

Sunday). ,.; .:-.;':-..' ;
He was explaining tq me how the English came to
invent radar. You may not have heard of this, owing
to the security wraps that still swathe some of those
earlv experiments. Robert the Bruce appeared to have
a dispensation regarding ''these provisions.
It all came about at the Battle of Bannockburn in
August, 13K, he said, marshalling a sample of a treas treasured
ured treasured symbol of Scotland to illustrate the disposition of
the Scottish troops on that occasion.
Robert Bruce (an earlier model deployed his men in
such a way that the once unbeatable English bowmen
had to fire into the mist.

- iilKU OCCUittLy WCIll. Ml liCil, I.'IC KUttU CllttJJO CUttSCU
back towards London airport, them and the English de designed
signed designed radar to make sure the Scots did not win this
way' again. ;':"t"i 5 -;"' -" .: ':;v'-;.:'
- Bruce (the current model) gives It as his consider considered
ed considered opinion that this does not make Scotland liable for
any portion of such damages as may be assessed in the
frtit.1v frA.h tt thA Stjirlrhnlm Anrl t.h AnHrpa Dnrin In-

which radar may have played r key-part; , -,.
There are Sasse'nach skeptics among you who think';
Bruce's version of the discovery of radar, is a imagina-!
tive? It is nothing to some other crazy dreams they,

titvve up net c.
- Dos you know what one fellow suggested for, solving
some: of this equal pay tot equal work ruckus? He sug suggested
gested suggested the Canal find itself some section where it would
te pcslble to put 'ailhan"' pn' piecework 'at the same
late, with. a. tight" inspection of whatever the product
may be, and money docked for rejects.

: This cnaracter pgurea mat sucn an arrangement
would provide an answer to the vexed question of who
does the producing. Goes to show you what odd ideas
are sculling about this mountain-girt coffee patch.
Quite an impossible suggestion he makes, of course,
but just in case the Canal takes it into its head to try
It, I suggest Gov. William Hf. Potter give 30 days advance
notice of the start of the plan, 30 forward-lookers can

get their bets down.
" Happens there are some few types up here, with an
.interest fa what has been going on round ih? Canal Zone
this nast week.-Not too much Interest thev hardlv rate

it along with the Egyptiaa row in importance. But it is
'diverting to hear how the game looks to the spectators.,
-this particular bunch of spectators Is having trou-

mc ouiiiMiK VUt Kuan iui.u evujt jjuw u uuuj.
played under,- ..

' iney point out inai n iwo teams taAe tne.iieiu,
thert one'starts to play cricket while the other plays
baseball, confusion arises among the spectators.'
Just that sor.t of confusion, they assure me, has g(4
a good strong grip on them right now as they try to
sort -out the ground rules of the Canal Zone's US vs vs-Panama
Panama vs-Panama treaty game.' f ': r
Pan American highway engineer inquire politely
Virtw mnh"Af thA tirriv Ann rnrnmprrial henp'f.t. Pan

ama is considered to have got in the treaty will filter

down for the financial betterment of the community
at large? f
; I assured him stiffly tnat speculation on this "sub "subject
ject "subject would constitute .unwarranted interference- on .my
-rQir ln tK trttTnol ftffalr tit 4h nvro.DTl ctot 1

inu aa jaaaw WIM1UH aa..&w V' W v WV I wvww
" -TViii itnitr rinttm fM-m ftaltradnvutV-r. At wot nrkf ft Ir.-.

, lie k u 1 raw w j a kjaiiauui aix-.u ava. uu a aw u av m aia

deed trutfthat the treaty .negotiators and the treaty it
self.-at the time of signing, -drew the plaudits of vafJ
multitudes In the streets, How many nickels; asked the
man from Salvador, did each member of this cheering
Astreet crowd figure t receive lit personal benefits from
-the treaty?. r--r y,i'y ::;.Y''-
My response wis that it wouliT De quite unthinkable
on my part to entertain the slightest speculation on this
internal Panamanian affair.
- The U.S., newsman asked if it were a widespread1
custom in Panama for workers lustily to hall the pros prospect
pect prospect of a reduction In salarj? The crowds who .hailed
the treaty included many Canal Zone local-ratework-"ers,
did. thev not? yi--rrr-
He noted that' -.the recent platforms of the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic and Republican parties as published Stateside
included no promises of pay cut Assumed Teason for
this omission was the belief that such promises would'

bring no hailing around the nusungs. ; :
j pointed out to him that there was no need what whatsoever
soever whatsoever for the aPnamanian worked and voter slavishly
to imitate Ms United State amnterpart, ,
: PERCY'S EERLESS PORTENT this week comes to'
you from the general direction of La Pulperia del Ulti-;
md Amor, via Ja Pulperia de la Primera Copa.
1 In both these places there is presently lively discus discussion
sion discussion of the tact that in second test match the Spring Springboks
boks Springboks beat the All Blacks N
.f 14-10,,
leaving -the New Zealand-South Africa rugby foot football
ball football tests even so far, but (in the Pulperias named) the
All Blacks remain clear favorites to come out ahead In
the four-test series.
It Is some time Since interest In the fortunes of the
All, Blacks has run so high In La Pulperia del Ultimo
Amor. v- tr

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ct THAT PIPE It needs repair," Is what G. J. Marcum (pointing) tells' three rnenof. his,
weTentive maintenance team at Curundu as they t a briefing on the understructure of
PI57A, -,rS,r. tm t. nart of their on-thif-iob trainintr. Left to right are Nicolas

Milboume; Wilton Biane, Marcum, ana uku-imi,

' Army Engineer Section. .' '-

All men are civilian employes of the

' (US Army pnoto)

New Yorker Points Tropical
; Scene For Kobbe Mess Hall

' in the latter part of .the 19th
century, Eugene Henri Paul
Gauguin left France for the
South Sea Island of TahM. V
in April of 1955 Patrick Cap Cap-padona
padona Cap-padona left the United, States
for Panama. A-
Both,, really, were on the same

mission, inougn tiauguui a, pci-

naps, was uie irc niu..
paint the splendor of the trop

ics., -. .
Both palnfted ; on the walls
where they lived: the French ar

tist in his native hut; tne Army
Specialist In the mess hall.-
But there the similarity ends.
For Cappadona, after serving 16
months in Panama, is returning

to his 'family. A .native ; New
vnricer the former member of

Headauarters : C o m pany. 2nd

Battalion, sailed for home Sep
tember 3rd.
"The painting was my own
imDresslon on a tropical theme,"

toe younf artist reported. "It is
not Intended to portray any
specific point of land in Pana Panama."
ma." Panama." :
- i
Capbanona, who will be ser
arated from the Army this
month,' plans to attend art
school back In the States, most
likely in New York City.
"I hope to make painting my
lifetime work," the 20-year-old

specialist remarked, voicing a

nope as om as tne wona ne per'
trays. "It has been my hobby for
over 10 years."

And perhaps some day, Just as
the art critics travelled to Tahi Tahiti
ti Tahiti many years after Gauguin's
death to view the works of his
last years, a croup will some day

come to the mess hall of Head-

Quarters Company. 2nd Battal

ion at Fort Kobbe, to view the
early work of Patrick Cappado


Is Man-Bug War Coming?;
No, If Professor Js Right


An Ohio State University entomol

ogist tMnKs science is nomins

its own in the battle against in

sects, despite reports that they

build resistance to new p e s i

killers. ...

This ODinion. expressed by Dr.

I.vla Goleman. university exten

sion entomologist, was is answer

to the perennially popular notion
that insects someday might be in

a position to dispossess the Hu

man race. ' t f
Dr. Goleman said that while

some insects, sucn as nousemes,

cockroaches and mosquitoes, nsve

built Ud Immunity to insecticides

in some regions, me ireno. is to toward
ward toward better controls. "
He said that houseflies first

showed resistance to DDT in 1951.

own in the battle of the bugs.' such

factors as the demand for better

sanitation and the housewife's de

sire lor better fruit give the
"insect menace" unreasonable


"It used to be that the house housewife
wife housewife accepted apples with a few

worm holes as a matter of course.

but not any more,", he said.
' Wrong Use
Pressure on the farmer to oro-

duce a perfect fruit made him

want more effective' insecticides.

But the insect' specialist oointwl

out mat ne truit-grower dues not
always use the right methords in
controlling insect pests. f
, He said that human careless carelessness,
ness, carelessness, such as the wrong applica application
tion application -at the. wrong time, often
enters the picture and the grower

sonmimes Diames bis difficult

The drug lindane was tried, anaupon asce

flies Degan w snow some "Growers have to ehanir fram

anrA tA that.

"But .general, he, said,
"present Controls are more effec-tive-than
the old remedies..
.;-" .. Reproduction Factor y..
The research expert explained
that recent talk about pest-killers
lnsine their kick stems mostly

from experience with just a few

species. :
"The majority of insects have
not been, able to build up resist resistance
ance resistance against any insecticides," he
said. "We think that in most cases

where this hrppens it was an in-
... luAU

sect wun a very snon me cjnc
Such insects have several gen
orations each vear. he said.

"In general, insects that have

one generation a year are limited
in their distribution," he added.
"We haven't had particular dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty with them."
Dr. Goleman said that although

he believes we are holding our

Arziona Leader Tries To Get
Tribe Interested In Politics

...... K) ..

- SAN CARLOS, Ariz. (UP ) An

Arizona Indian leader is on tne
r warpath against his- own people.
Clarence Wesley, outspoken
member of the San Carlos Apache
Indian tribe, has toured evi-ry Jn Jn-'
' Jn-' i i i t n to
rouse liiii.aiis to tiitir uiuj to voii voii-this
this voii-this fall.
In an attempt to stimulate Indian
Interest in the election campaigns,

the chairman of the Arizona Inter

tribal Council has distributed post

ers .stressing the importance of
voting and literature on how to

go about it. In addition, he has
urged leaders of each tribe to join
him in the project. -

Wesley said the campaign, if

successful, could have a definite
effect on this and future elections.
The coal Wesley has set for him

self is not an easy one. Chief
obstacle is the high: percentage of

illiteracy among adult memrers
of alMhe tribes.The younger gen generation
eration generation is growing up well-educated,;
but'many of the- oldtimers
still cannot read and write because
they have never had the opportun opportunity
ity opportunity to learn. ',"-"
But Weslev. figures there still

are about 44,000 Indians in Ari Arizona
zona Arizona who could Qualify to vote if

they would only take an interest.
''We could, be a potent force in
SI:f:rJ$ To AI!:H
Rc!;::rsI$ 01 Pa.
Ccnccrl Orchssfra;

ands of students of Philadelphia

area hieh srhonln have: been Ol'

fered the opportunity of attending

rehearsals of the Phuadeipnia ur ur-chestra
chestra ur-chestra during the 1956-57 season.
Accordine to C. Wanton Balis,

Jr., president of the Philadelphia
Orchestra Association, s, "members

of the Association, and Eugene Or

mandy; conductor, believe -this
project will not only encourage the
appreciation of music but will aid
talented students to make
t r o g r e s s in their musical

careers."' $. ".

"It Is, of course, quite-unusual
to permit spectators to attend a
rehearsal of the orchestra.", said

iBalis. "But an experiment along
these lines in March. 1956,' when

bout 1,200 Philadelphia high

' school students were invited to a
rehearsal, -was highly successful,
and apprently of real value to the

students. Therefore, we are plan

nin? to hold four such rehearsals

during the coming season.

, About 3,000 students will be able
- to attend each rehearsal, making
a total of 12,000, in all. Letters of
invitation were sent to the board
of education and to the principals

and beads of the various schools

Each of the 20 public. 13 parochial

and nine private high schools of
the Philadelphia area will be -able
to select about 275 students for the'


World-famous conductor Eugene
Orraandy will act as host, for the
four projected rehearsals, using a
microphone at the podium to ev
plain the procedure to' the audi audience
ence audience and so the audience can hear
his comments and directions to

Arizona elections If we would all
turn out and vote," he said, "We
hope this voter- education drive

will help db the trick." .,

The campaign to dig up tne in

di;m vote is not confmM to An

na. Indian leaders tm oufhont

; ; mowi t are aciie of Uie

need for an "Indian vote," espe espe-daily
daily espe-daily in state and national legisla legislative
tive legislative contests. .;

In a recent open letter, Wesley

saia mai me puuiic including uuu-

lie "officials- generally doefin'l

know what the Indian issues really

are. u.i 'st t k'

They are,not assimilation," or

"integration," or 'emancipation,"

or "government control over the

Indian person,!' or "civil: rights"
in; the -usual sense of the words,
he 'Said.-.' ..V' t r '";

"The real 'issues are continuing

ownership of land; development

of human and natural resources;

protection of rights solemnly prom

lsed by treaty and law; honor in

government d e a 1 in g with con

quered peoples; our 'day in court

on our claims: real 1 opportunity

for education of the same quality

as is available to non-indian citi citizens;
zens; citizens; adequate federal, assistance
in reservation devfelopment; and a
need for a constant federal policy

of minimum interference and max

imum assistance to, us to help our

selves." 1 '-

The Indian leader believes his

people will be able '.better to gain

an honored place in society
through exercise d the right to

vote. i t

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me oia remedies," he said. He

aooea mat some grower s. were

reluctant to give up the time-worn

meinoos that their ancestors used.

Many entomologiss. Dr. Gole-

man said, are studying the physi physiology
ology physiology of the housefly to determine

now it is able to build up resist

ance to druas.

"When, we ret lh imu i

that one. wc will nmhahiv h.

better able to cope with insects,"
he said. '

New Potatoe Diet Diet-Is
Is Diet-Is Good For Dogs
ITHACA, N. 7. (UP)" BoUed
potatoes make a fine diet for dogs
it was shown in a study by Cor Cornell
nell Cornell University for the U.S. Army.

uccu icguierra Deagie pups
were fed 27 ounces of mashed po potatoes
tatoes potatoes and nipe ounces of a bal

anced lormula dog meal each day
and they erew lust ai hip

healthy as a Control group of dogs
who were .fed only regular dnff

. The skins were left on the pota

toes in tne experiment conducted
bv Dr. C. M Mr rnran. ...

- --. j vviiil-ii nu nutrition
trition nutrition specialist He cautioned
that pet owners should not expect
their pets to live only on potatoes.

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T'.e slender linu of (all's sheath dress are shown here in a de deft
ft deft -a for the junior flfurk Fabric is a nubby wool In flame. It's
c t with, the new blouse back. Her budget-priced eamera is a
r- X model with briUUnt view flnder-BT.GAILE DUGAS.
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. .
The things I wish would happen
en TV! never come about.

The fuest on the quiz show being
talked down to: uv a patronizing

way by a smug master .el cere
monies never aets riled UP Enough

to tell the quizmaster-off. Wouldn't
it be fun if just one contestant let
'iih a- verbal right to the


Ii only that movie star making
a" suest appearance would fail to
r iion his latest picture. Would-
t that- be-a welcome change?
Or think what a surprise It
would be if v the guest from the
studio audience who has been asked
i tell, which side of a model's
iwas-washed -with the apon-
'.. shampoo and which with some
.. Ined, inferior brand would on only
ly only choose-, the wrong side of the
It would even be a pleasant
change if lust once on one of the

reps and robber programs the cops
re outsmartecUbythe "bad men.

(Though, of course, this might

rot be good for the kiddies who,

fcording to, TV people,' .can, see
f.l kinds of violent crimes en enacted
acted enacted on the home screen if only

the wrongdoers are caught at the
end of tha.lS-minute program.) -!
Since-the older the TV comedian
is, the more beautiful are the girls
he usually surrounds-himself with.

wouldn't it be a relief to see iust

one of them, look, pained instead of
ecstatic when the old boy nuzzles

ufe te her? Of .course,' she'd lose
htftoh but what a small price to
pay a give i the v.?' vast television
audience such a priceless treat.
I've even waited a, long time to
hear the wife of a husband ait
iwering quiz nuestiotU say "you
instead of smiling. sweetly when
he misses the question that would

have given her a minr-coat:?
But the unexpected never ban

tens en TV. Even, the rountrv's

four ;anf five-veer-oWs 'can ore'

HetAith certainty just- what l

going to occur next.

selfish, indifferent -mates.'create
- We hear; ht;these days about
dissatisfied-wives whose husbands
work themselves into ; an early
grave trying to give their wives
more ana more of the things mon money
ey money can Airy,
-Always it's the 'women who' get
the blame for this sad state of
affairs. i .. v: .- -.

- But are they? V t

why are there so many dissat dissatisfied
isfied dissatisfied wives killing off these) hus husbands
bands husbands in an endless struggle to
keep up with the neighbors and
get ahead of their friends? j
Could it be that wives are dis dissatisfied
satisfied dissatisfied because their husbands

are giving them so little of what

it takes tor make a woman feel

nappy, neeaea, wvea, ana pro-

- How many husbands today both

er to listen to a woman's small

talk about her day and -its prob


5,,.,, WiltS,

-NEW YORK (NEA) The re

furbishing of a tall wardrobe is

not always a thing easily or quick

ly accomplished. Time and money

are factors. ;

Contrary to some Europeans 1-

deas. not all Americans are nil

lionaires and not alf American

women have unlimited leisure. Ac

tually, most American women
have to handle a clothes budget

carefully and plan their Ieusure

hours with the same care.

Threfore, come autumn, most
of them don't pitch out last fall's

wardrobe end start from semen

They buy some new things, alter

others and add new accessories

for others.

This fall, fortunately, the choice

of accessories is large and the
price is right. Whether it's a mat

ter of gloves in a vivid color, a

scarf to spice a JIack dress or a

little head-hugging hat for a date
night, they're on hand. Small col collars,
lars, collars, winding silk and chiffon
scarves in Edwardian mauve,

mammoth button earrings, stock

ings In crystal clear jewel tones
all help to give new life to old fa

vorites in a wardrobe. Many of

them can play aT dual role and
team up equally well with casual

or dressy clothes, v

Best of all, the new accessories

require no how to knowledge.
Thiv rinnt cut into leisure hours:

thev're designed and made for

you by people with great .know .know-how.
how. .know-how.

i i i i

iiow many husbands express
their appreciation for -a well-run

home, a wife, who is doing Her
bet to bring, up their children

right, attempting to play a f part
in community affairs' and be com companionable
panionable companionable to, her husband?
Don't gfeat many husbands
take 11 this for granted and even
talk .big about how little women
have to do these days? ;
How many husbands today' have

a protective manner toward their
wives, or teverVglve their wives a
chance to lean 'on their strength?

How many husbands bother to

make their wives feel, secure in
their, love? i-:,"" :xu

How many are there among to today's
day's today's husbands-. .who aren't

ashamed to let their wives ; and
the world know how important their
wives are to, them?
When' so many men give sol little
to marriage, it is no wonder the
country is full, of unhappy. dis dissatisfied
satisfied dissatisfied wives, ' . ?
Behind most dissatisfied, unhap'
py, -demanding wives there are
husbands J '

: 1 K NEA Staff Writer

Training the toddler to hold
hands while crossing the street
should begin as soon as Baby gets
mit. of the stroller. Take his hand

firmly, Explaining that he should
alwBvs' hold 'hamlfc .whin eoming

to a'curb. It may; ,help to release
grips' on ,tbe pther side, -t ; v"

Baby absorbs much that he may
seem to ienore. Explanations, ev

en to a young Baby, should be
simple and clear. The tone of voice
tells much, but Baby soon begins
to grasp content, too.; "Mommy is
making pudding for dinner'? isn't

overcomplex for an 18-monther.

Education about hot things can
begin early. Hold Baby's hand a a-gafnst
gafnst a-gafnst a warm oven and say 'hot.'.
He'll learn what the warning

means before he has to burn him

self to find out. Resist the tempta temptation
tion temptation to, refer to other forbidden

objects as "hot. ; : .-

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. afford any one of these, no matter how limited her budget Helmet (upper left) is 1 av. y ribbed ;

-f Tm ouHons snugiy unaer me cmn witn two pearl buttons. White knit earwarmer
(upper right) is embroidered all over with pearl-centered bowknots. Big silk scarf (lower left)
,1,1s printed all over In stylized French poodles. Luxurious-looking collar (lower right) is done in!
, graduated fake pearls embroidered on satin. It's fine for date nights, equally good on a simple !;
, black dress or a sweater. All designs are by Top-Hit


However if we refuse' to dignify

Our p wsessiveness with the name

LYING in wait for you is youriof love, the child at once senses it.

sons wedding day. lAs we enviously don t trust-it our

From your churel new you'll, selves, he-.dnesn't have much re-

watch him as he. thoves to. join spect for it either.;, i :
the other woman at the altar. Your He begins to be. able to think:
heart will contract with pain. In "Maybe tiiis new experience, teach
he- bridegroom ym11 see your ba- er and group of other children will
by the child you t e nursed, cher- prove interesting instead-.of threa.
ished, educated, f orked for. For tening to me." And gradually ha
years it's been yogr life to fill eve- accepts the idea that the new peo peo-ry
ry peo-ry need he brought you. pie he's going to meet can fill
Mow the sound it his voice pledg- needs of his we can't possibly fill,
ing himself in marriage will, be TO mothers approaching a child
more than you can bear; You'll first day of school, let me com.

want to cry out .Oh, come back, mend these words of psychoanalyst

come oacK to. me: For youuftnen r romm: unlike other liv-

know that going forward for. him

means looting to uie omer wom woman
an woman to fill his njpeds. : f j

And you doa't want him to dis-

crver that she1 can do it.

This fear of a child's aDDrccia-

tion of other people is what upsets
us on his first day of school as
well as on his wedding day. f
IT'S a harmless fear so long as
we don't rofnanticize iU ,'

But if ar6und the first dav of

school, we think of our possessive
fear as love, it becomes harmful.

We ask the1 child to trust it' Trust Trusting
ing Trusting it, he begins at once to ima

gine he's as threatened by his new

es, motherly love begins -vruh one oneness
ness oneness and leads to separateness.- It
must help the child to grow- away
from her. It is easy for any moth mother
er mother to? love her child before this
process of, separation has begun;
but to love the child and -at the
Same time to let it go and to
WANT to let it go- s thetask ia
which most mothersfail:".
Yet it's the task ,we should be begin
gin begin to' set for ourselves around the
first day of school. , ,
i U we refus-to,--we-'pay -for our

possessive tear, unless we : will-

strusrele: to evefeom onr-frarfof

experienc as we secretly want releasing the child to new expe-i

mm 10 injnic ne is. Ana in eireci nence, we are, neiu enslaved 10
he'll cry:j"I don't want to go forhim to our own dcslrtictjon as well
ward butf stay a. baby with you.7 as his. ; ?.

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Food and Marktts Editor
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; In Billings. Mont.. Mrs. t Bex

Strattorf likes to" entertain friends
at luncheon. The Strattons live at

the foot of. the town's high shelter-'

ing fimrocks and the windows of

their house lace distant, t snow

capped mountams. ;

A nale ereen clam-and-avocado

mold is often the main course for,
her bridge luncheon. y ; j

Mashed avocado.v a ;can of
rninced clams, sour cream, may-J
Onnaise and minced onion,- celery

. Remove, from refrigerator; Whip
until foamy. Stir in sour cream,
and mayonnaise. Mix thoroughly.
Fold in avocado,-onion, celery,
green pepper and -salt.Pur inta

mold. Refrigerate until flrm.

and green pepper-are molded in ghe has a baby.

,.JT Varies from individuals ln
dividual, but a woman is usually

pretty. depressed by her appear.
anc.e during the fey, weeks, after

lone diacer rather than a tailored

one, be sure to pin the back corn
ers over the frdnt ones. This is be

cause the young Baby keeps his
legs folded to the front and needs

ine leeway, s

Undershirts for the very young
Baby should open in the front or
have provision, over the shoulders,
for his large head. A newborn Ba Baby
by Baby gets fretful and upset when
things are pulled over his head
and -the length of the operation


Unventilated waterproof pants

may upsei; the skin ot very young
Babies. Some mothers avoid this
by cutting an oblong of plastic
sheet and inserting it in between

two diapers. It a not waterprooi.

If Baby wears a square or on- but it cuts down on leakage.

)2oty& Joom dan $e Ifjeat SiipS dahin

FEW autumn decorating plans
r entertained with as much en-"itting 'up -a..- young-
fer's room.' :
- -Hf -delight in "special -effects"
ia contagious. There's not likely to
le critical comment on your, taste
or color choice and there- is a
wealth of wonderful merchandise
t choose bM.. s
Without sacrificing anything to
special maintenance ar fussy
care, it's easj to put together, a
zjty and tnvltmg room.
With the boom In boating' cap capturing
turing capturing the imaguiations of small,
would-be sailors asi well a their

parents, I, was -especially jnterest-1

el in a cedroonvas sptc ana span
as a captain's cabin .and as easy
t keep clean as soap' and water
can make it. Simple, sturdy,' ba basic
sic basic furniture will last for years.

The trappings with a' nautical
theme are bright an4, inexpensive

and take a minimum ol, upkeep.

Bunkj beds complete with. ladder

ana snovea into an aicove paper
ed with plastic-coated wall-paper

This, .printed with sailing ships
and macs, is bound to-spark some

imaginary voyages' but pencil
marks and other evidences -of

charting the seas can be scrubbed
off. l.have learned from 'experi 'experi-eoe
eoe 'experi-eoe that it's a smart idea to ha
wall surfaces- next r to children's
beat washable because this area
usually, gets more than its share
. atrir and' anil. .v "

The bunks could be ranged side
by sid- as twin, beds- a wise move
for very young children. Neat and
re-cornered bedspreads are
!iv resistant ribbed .' c 0 tt on

zijipered pillow tSpverings are.


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' Nantical (heme of a room planned for an active boy combines neat, sturdy and colorful furnish -ings
that are easy for Moid to keepsplc and span.

visitors is Inexpensive and light- the wallpaper but" like so many and Une-dricd with no ironing.

HI .i G

writer stresses siavancca





philosophy,- however. VHiat she

lime-flavored, vitamin. C gelatin.

-'. This ooMo-look-at and intri intri-guinglv
guinglv intri-guinglv flavored combination can
be made in advance and requires
ffi last-mmute attention.
' s. ;ratton garni:.!ies this
id with half moons of avocadi;

or wun Dnuianiiy coiorea man mandarin
darin mandarin oranges.. .;.:( .. ",.
: Sometimes she adds hard-cooked

tires, deviled with a touch of cur

ry and garnished with slices of

ripe OllVC ,

With her menu of the clam-and-avocado
mold. marinated arti-


calls a "manual" ia drawn from'fn?K ;J 711

flTP thai i hiohlir reosrHo h, "..

From her hilltop house in western' ;fal men and other leaders iV JLi-T'T-'

back over her years as a newspa-, with hundreds of women, young
perwoman and as a magazine and old, as well numerous phy phy-writer
writer phy-writer ana decided woman h a f sicians abou. evei.; aspect of wom wom-come
come wom-come ot, ---v. iy-' (en's sexual responsibility! before
Then she reflected that despite she started the book- U I

the fact modern woman has .ar- The 'responsibility, she con-

rived at a : "man's estate," can' eludes, is mare dramatic than ev-

live her own life to suit herself er now that women has come of

and is, L effect, "grown up," ihe' age, economically and politically.

still has a yital shortcoming. So; "Physical lov in today's. part-

Miss Davis sat down and wrote a nership-marriage partakes of the

book to try to straighten women

"The Voung woman today,

says Miss Davis, "has been edu educated
cated educated and trained to earn her own

living and regards her full legal
rights, her independent status and
moral obligations as natura' as
dayligh. and dark. Consequently,

she expects to be a lull partner in
her marriage with one serious ex

ception."::.,. r.r.. ;v-v

That exception is what Miss ua-

vis sets out to correct in her new

book. "The Sexual Responsibility

of Won:en." She wrote it because

she; feels strongly-, that "while to
day's woman speaks the exact lan
guage of sex, she doesn't compre

hend its full meaning.

"SHE STIkL THINKS," writes

Miss Davis, "that marital happi happiness
ness happiness will be given her just as her
breakfast or winter coat used to

be. She continues to assume an at

titude of dependency In that she
relies on her mate to dole out the

provender of her marital subsist

ence. o ''. v.? r.-': "' ft

This is a dangerous delusion.

The balance of relationships in
modern marriage has changed,

for man as well as for woman

The interweaving of their sepa

rate physical needs, desires and

impulses is no longer exclusively

a male obligation or choice; it is

a mutual undertaking." ?i

Miss Davis, who is married to

Col. James M.,,IJ.S.M.C

(ret.), and refers to herself as a

"fatuous grandmother of two be beguiling
guiling beguiling morsels," had written two
previous books on medical prob

lems ot women and lor 11, years
wrote a monthly medical column

for a national women's magazine

This book 's different. "Actual "Actual-ly,"
ly," "Actual-ly," she says, "it u a marriage
manual, brought up to date and
written with what 1 hope is jour journalistic
nalistic journalistic clarity and simplicity.

witnoui uie euphemisms that cha

spirit as well as the body," con

cludes Miss Davis. "It is an ele

vated and complex emotion i ofj

which this factor is only one com component,
ponent, component, one form of expression of
love.- But it creates a sense of to togetherness
getherness togetherness that becomes the core
of marriage. '. ?
"This harmony," not 'merely an
appetite for sensual pleasure, is
the moral basis for modern worn
an's need to become a full part partner
ner partner in thi marital relationship."

, Clam-Avocado Molded

,. (- servings) .. (

' One lO'i-ounce can of '. minced

clams. 1 nackase .vitamin C gela

tin, f lime flavor;; 3 .tablespoons
cider vinegar, W tup commercial

sour cream v cup mayonnaise,
V4 cun mashed avocado. 1-tea

spoon minced onion, 1. teaspoon
minced celery, f Vb cup chopped

green pepper, teaspoon salt.

Drain mineed? dams, reserving
clam juice. Measure 3 tablespoons

vinegar -into measuring cupr im io

l-cup,ievei wun cum jiucc
'. Heat clam hiice to boiling. Dis

solve contents of gelatjn package

in noi ciam juice, anr mmi cu-

The reasons are obvious. She's

recovering from inin months- of

carrying the baby and .from a de delivery
livery delivery that isva strain no matter
how t v it was

Sue's ; short of j when -the

baby first comes "'home and won't
adjust to a schedule.. .

Her waistline and abdomen

seem over-large and' puffy, even
thougL they are considerably beU
ter than they were in. the preg

nant Stage...;.;. :.-:.?- ';:.,;-; ;-
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Her clothes fit tightly across the
abdomen and bosom, particularly
if she's nursing her baby.
In addition, her -; 'glandx :' and
hormones behave 'unusually at
they recover from the pregnancy.
She may be inclined to appear
with Ted eyes, the. perfectly heal healthy
thy healthy consequences of a crying boat
that often comes over a minor
What does a woman do during
this trying era? First of all, she
doesn't try to hustle nature along.
Starvation diets are a -poor: idea.
The body desperately needs' ita
nourishment, mcluding, possibly,
vitamin, pills; and extrViron. ( ..,
Medically-prescribed exercise!
help the muscles to get their Jone
brk and the innards to resume
their "Usual position. l j;
Caf-naps erase circje'g liftder tha
eyes. Getting Out, even to a movie,

wniie me misoata DaDysiis. neipi

nlotalv dissolved. Befrigerate until keep the blues at bay. Pleasant.

thickened (tha consistency of egg easy-to-prepare meals keep moral
white). 'from tottering, J

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liable X0rdUr0y, Iweieht. There's no LeeI to wmrvlniitterns in today's naoers and! Because' this room is olanned racterize other recognized works

1 desk,; which matchci Uve" ktyl- bou spots on the upholstery, can- fabrics it carries a simitar theme for an active boy, the floor cover-lira the subject. V
of the beds, has plastic top vas can take Almost e n d 1 e s s'and "feeling without being a car-i ing takes Intel account the boister- ITS DESIGN, explains Miss Da

"jther boon to long and tough washing;,This ijs a good, time to bon copy. ous games and projects which will vis, is to "illuminate women of
,. Th companion captain's buy "outdoor" .furniture at sub- The fabric is home sewn into be played on its surface. Over the all ages and show them how to do
,and a amp witlf fresnel. lens stantial .yVings during' the sura- tailored pinch pleated curtains resilient tile flooring, a lov cost; their fair share, not only to pre-i
e and a light 'plastic shade mer-end sales. v with the help of the special, natural col wed slsai rug is used. vent trouble bnt also to deepen
it possibly encourage the cap-. Curtains are in the saim spirit, pleating tape and pin s. It will help cushion the shocks "on and enrich marriaee for both part-

n io oucKie oown 10 nomewom. iieavy iioergias printed with When washday arrive, curtains decK" and protect me uie irom ners.

S.iinvas-coveieiYoec4,jwiatt4ox. oold .ship doesn; actually match. are swished through suds, rinsedgouges and dents,-' '. U Is more than just a. writer's

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mer Forbes nd Baaiuel Fie-a
served coffee. Punch n-as poured
bv Mrs. William Fuller, Miss Ann

Field and Miss Mary beoeri.
Mrs. Homer Snectenberger serv served
ed served the wedding cake.

Mrs. Gerald J. Fox was in
charcr nf thft, Rride't BOOK.

Mr. Hans Janowitz conducted

a three-piece orchestra, wnicn

played throughout the recep reception.
tion. reception. ' . -' ,"-"
AiUr the reception,"the bride

changed into a charcoal gray
sheath, with .white accessories
and a white orchid corsage and
she and the rroom left for the

airport. They took a plane to
Durham. North Carolina and

from there thev Dlanned to mo

tor to Montana Lake Resort

They will make their home

Westoyer B-2 apartments fur

ham, Nona Carolina. -J

Oglesbys Celebrate - -f
Weddinr AnnWersarr

, Mr. and Mrs. xnomaa e. ug-

lesgy celebrated their widding

anniversary with a dinner party

given last night at their nome

I in seiia vista.

Capi and Mrs: Richardson
Cive Promotion PlrtT

The Navy colors of clue ana

gold decorated the Quarry

Heights' Officers Club, Friday

nieht whati Captain and Mrs.

O. r. Ricnarason gave a party
to- celebrate his commission as

Captain, which was received last


Pacific Nvy imes

lo Tour tvmtrol 'lower

The Paciiic Nvy Wives ciuo

will make a trio through tut

Control lower a the toil adores

Locks and C.F.N.-T.V. ana raaio
station on Wednesday. Th trip

will be concluded wuh, a luncn

eon at the N.C.O. Club at Ft A-

mador. Air members gttenamt

will meet at the N.C.CX Club, Ft.

Amador at Z: 15 a.m. Wednesaay.


Fftrt r.nlirV

Wives Meet; f'i'irV"

The Fori OuUck NCO wives

Club held their regular monthly

business meeting one evening
recently, In the Bamboo Room of
the club, with. Mrs. Nancy John

son, President presiaing.v

Mrs. Hosking welcomed one
new member: Mrs. Irmgartf Mor

rison. v


morrow at 7:39 p.m. car. Bon Bon-loumet
loumet Bon-loumet urges all members to at

tend this very important nmtr

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The regu'.ar r
luncheon, cf t.i?

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Etch nfic ft inclution Fa W
colli thoulJ ukmift

tyM-wriMa farm tni mttltaM ent

f the Mi Humhm lit rftilr m
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Bella' Vista Committed ..; ".

at iAvrr. Mecu wednesdav

Members of the peiia visia

Children's Home Committee 01
the, iBter-Atnerican Women's

Club will meet at the Panama

Gold Club on l Wednesday, at

11:00 a jn toN discuss elans for

the annual' benefit that will, be
held in November. Mrs. K. O. Ab Abbott,
bott, Abbott, Chairman, will preside. I

Following the- meetifig, the
ladies, of the Committee will -be
luncheon guests at the Golf Club
of Mrs. Benjamin, Chen, Ca Ca-Chairman.
Chairman. Ca-Chairman. .., t -.

Newcomers- Club

The regular meet'.rf of tvf
V'ewcomers Clnb 'Will be be a it. i :
Sept. 13. 130 pm at 51- It'C 1 r
Gulick, the h6me of Mrs. u".:.;no:.:v one
Gilbert Mrs Khel MeGinne eves r
mill act as cohosttss Ail men-: c't U i
bers are especially urged to at- An.o,d E, I...
tend as election ef officers wililWteMon, Jr.

Members attendlhg were the

Mesdames: Peggy Duncan, Janij
Finnegan, Candy Gardner, Jes Jessie
sie Jessie Hess, Connie Hosking, Gene

va Mason, joseonme orsini,
Nancy Johnson. Ruth Mangen,

Mae reiicey, Louise onaron,
Ursula Scence; Connie Jones,

Betty Tpwnsend, Ann, Lunsiora,
and Jeafi Koehnl .;'

kuiuty 10 via ui"" h I Post I(Ti VJ.W

Mason,. -W wto w .,Lt.0nyir H. Moumblew Me-

w ur v v Ti f.:. morial Post No. 387 V.F.W. wiU


IBillv Donthertv

Ha party At Albrook c
Billv Doueherty. son oX IX Col.

and Mrs. William Dougherty cel-1

ehrated his tenth birthday yes.

terday afternoon with a narty
I at .Albrook" Officars' -Club. A

I movie was -shown as part of the

entertainment. ,

IAWC Group fnvltei
To Jaoanese Tea

Commander wmiam J. Young

has invited members of the In

ter American women's Club to

jaoanese Tea to be held t his

Quarters at Fort Amador, Satur

day at :30 pin.

At 4 p.m. the iawc grouo wiu

visit the USO to view a display

of water colors bv Rosita Palaclo.

As onlv a limited number can

be accomodated,, all. those .who

wish to take part in this outing

are asRea to can Mrs. Aaeia. m.

de Mellander at (Balboa) 2-1852,

Nancy Johnson, President. fHCtD I tUSCUIil
ted Mrs. Connie Joaes as 3 f

Seen BylliSbns:

: Mra


temnorarv- eeeretarr.

The white elephant it?ai. won
by Mrs. Irmgard.Morrlson.', V.
. Refreshments were served, by

hostesses: Connie -JoneS,- Jessie

Hesi,Candy Gardner,; Nancy

johnsoti ana Mae, Pemey..,


RIt. Pirt For Miss Kant

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander p. um

"AH ItlSPEGTCac.'.'-:

! -' 1 Veptem&er J Q'jhrJugV 13
' "For rcse'f vq Hons cbH T V-'-"


biggeit shows is Chicago runs up
operating costs of more than a

million dollars a year and takea
in' only about $3J,00C in gate re'


Jr. of Panama City honored Misa cinfci"ln th m irinrf.

Virginia Kam with t dinner xht't ho the. :h:ago Natural

dance at their resiaence in san ni.)n Mnsnnm nnortu v : i

FranclscQ,Panaml,last.week.The vfc4l, t
occasion, wms to celebrateMlss Ab i inn0l,r t Put; W 't

Kams mrtnaayanQ uespeaiaa. book form by museum' divi divi-:
: divi-: Miss Kam left by ; plan last lion ull, th, ,tury
Friday to Saint Louis. Missouri thir'nntfarwoflt ':
where she will enter har Junior .iWprWv.., s

'JtmSS-ffl who visited the museum last year,
S'S it spent almost n collar. Auults


icoH.vw ua n w-, hm

Panami for their summer vaca


Spend a
fsv rtii.nuf

Get mora mils

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get in free on. the other i three

days. Children and students et in

for nothing all toe time. :

The report says the museum not

onlv maintains a multitude ol ex

hibits but also sponsors world-wide
expeditions. Last year 13 expedi expeditions,
tions, expeditions, added to museum collections
nd -conducted scientific rescaro.i

n nuny fields,, iijcludm "antliro.

polop and eotogy. '-

Tie. museum also has the lareest

natural history ibrary west ot uij

AllsifheiuM f ,.5 ifa ) 1 I

It's a M that's well worth, the:

nru of i aamus&a ;esp wiauy

if you get there on a tree day, ..



1 Miss Harriet Joyce Gaidner, daughter of Mrs. Harry
? Gardner' ef Curundu Heights and Mr. Harry Gardner of
' San Salvador, becanfe the bride of Mt. Walter H. Kuhrt
Jr son ef Capt. and Mra. Walter H. Kuhrt Sr. of Margarita
f kt' a candlelit ceremony at St, Luke a Cathedral, Wednes Wednes-1
1 Wednes-1 day evening.- The Rev. Mainert Peterson officiated.

Th hride who' was given fc- attended Washington' University

way. by Her-father wore a fun
,i.fu ..,viit rnwn nf nvlon and

chanUlly lace,, ; trimmed with
French sequins and pearls. Her
pi1 nt three layers of, net .over

nylon, and satin fell from
crowtt of pearls and sequins. She
. carried a- spray of white roses
. and vpaby breath.",, ?. .; ,; ;
' irhe' maid of honoi? kiss He He-h
h He-h pert and the bridesmaids Misses
Joyce ColUnge, Arline Schmldli,
Jiiaplta.. Jones and Faye Tucker
. wore ballerina length full dress dress-es
es dress-es of aqua crystalette Over taf taf-.
. taf-. ft nf th. same shade. These

cresses were designed by the
bride and featured ihe same
annare neckline as the bride's

on gon. They carried bou bouquets
quets bouquets of red and white carna

tions, : v
.,'. Tfce"bf!d's; Mother, 'rS.:'H

S ry.Cardnet wore.;a .ballerina
'length pink lace dress. over.taf over.taf-'f
'f over.taf-'f tftj with pn orchid corsage. Her
- piiik Ye.Ktt hat was covered with
irneh sT.uijl3- .' -,
', ( The bridegroom's other, Mrs.
Wa'ter H..Kuhrt Sr. wore a blue
lace tlress over.taffeta; with an
crt'lild corsage" .1 ,;; :l
- i Tne best mn-.was the father
f tit the bridegroom, c&pt ..Walter;
' H. i:ilu t Sr. Ushers Were Thom-
. M -Jordan, Leslie Rinehart, All
f M Kcov.71 'and Gilbert Smith.
: -.: nit oride i a student nurse
if at Duke Hospital, working" for
V:. -he B.S, Degree in Nursing: She
- V ". T .

In St. Louis, Missouri for two
years and transferred to Duke
University In Durham, North

Carolina to finish her training

She is a member of the Delta

Gamma Social Sorority.

The bridegroom graduated

from North Carolina State uni;

versity in June '58 as a clvu en engineer.
gineer. engineer. He is now working ; in

Durham as the assistant engi

neer to 'the city of Durham. He

is a member of, the American So

ciety of Civil Engineers.

The cnurch had been aecorai aecorai-ed
ed aecorai-ed for the occasion by the Altar
Guild of St. Luke's Cathedral
Each pew was adorned with
white calla lilies and white sat satin
in satin bows. White' Easter lilies on
the altar, candelabraa and smi-

lax completed the setting.

Mr. Carl C. Keeney rtlayed the

traditional wedding March and

tne Recessional, ana Mr. ues-

mona Daniel sang, 'WlJtner
Thou Ooest";from Ruth. (-The
choir sang excerpts, from the

same selection. vi

Following the wedding, a re

ception in the ballroom of the

Hotel Tivoli was attended by 400

gue&s. The ballroom, was deco

rated -with white lilies and car

nations, ferns, and green palm

fronds. White gladiolus and can-

aie9 aaornea tne buiiet tames,

while a 4-tiered wedding pake

neid pride 01 place

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clinchard,

Mrs. W. J. Hatchett. Mrs. Charles

Holmes, Mrs. Walter R. Malone.l

Mrs. Edward A. Ecolff, Mrs.

Glynn Terrell, Mrs. Paul Ko-

waulchik, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
HummeL Miss Arline Schmidt

and Mrs. Homer Sneckenberger
decorated the ballroom for the

reception. Mrs. .Edward Barlow

and Mrs." Lawrence Adler" ar

raneed th buffet tables.

Mesdames Frank Bryan, El-1

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These were thev results of ..'

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. .FOR RENT: Chalet, 3 bed-
mom, F Straat. El Cangrejo.
Phone 3-4553.
fOR 5ALE I electric watar
' beater la excellent condition,
sod ana year $75; alia I Wart Wart-inghouse
inghouse Wart-inghouse portable avail with
broiler attachment $30. Call A A-mador.5184
mador.5184 A-mador.5184 during fftc hour.
Panama. 3-6050 aftar 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Wickar chair, 25 25-eycla
eycla 25-eycla alactrie clocks, Q.M. din dining
ing dining Mita. bookshalvat 25-cycl
. alactrie motor, porcelain top ta ta-.
. ta-. bla, portable dry cabinets, parch
partition, bamboo screen, law
chair, electrified read organ, 16
mm. -Bell fir Howell movie cam cam-ara.
ara. cam-ara. Phone 2-3167. 790-C Tav Tav-arnilla
arnilla Tav-arnilla Straat, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Norge automatic
washer and English-mad Ascot
water haatar. Both near new.
Phan 3-3885
FOR SALE. Electrolux. icebox
top deepfreex. $75. See any any-,
, any-, tim. Phona Cur, 5179; 2127-C
East 6th Straat, Curundu.
FOR SALE.-i-TwIn bads with coil
springs and mattresses. Both for
$25. Balboa 3045.
-. FOR SALE: Motorola television
sat, 21" screen, ronsol type,;' ;
praftiiallr u.C1l Fort Clayton
- 5137. . (

Ex-EOKAn Explains The Why

In The Terror Of Cypriots
-. (ED NOTE: The lollowlni? story is worJ-for-word monitored
from a Cyprus radio broadcast. In these days of national

vreen -swiie,. tne message Has
I .- i':t:;, -''' '"'. s'
I am a member of EQKA, or
at least I was. until verv recent-
ly. both in the mountains and In
xown. .'
1 joined EOKA because, being
yowif? and filled with what I
'.t to be patriotism, it
.i!Hrmiat tn "ma- tn ha fViA rncr
, w .v wv
thfnir tA- 11.. 'Wrtm T 1tvim f V
.w mvi n A BUU1T UiC
truth. "C c'"- i:'
1 1 still believe Cyprai should have
self-government. I ftstill have a
great love for GGreeee but I new
condemn' with all my heart and
aou! the methods of EOKA.
I have seen men s.hnt In rha
DacK. I nave taken part in am-
bushes. I know women who have
men raited and I have asked
I myself why. The answer is that
iBUiSA. is filled with hate., with

IhDOisnn Itlrn .A mad Hntr-v gim4

laojr ones omy because It Is: sick.
u yoir don't believe me .think
aa ana asit yourself these que?'
''Are theCyptfots slaves? Ydu
know they're not. r .
Are the rnglich torturers? Voir
Minw iney re not.
Cart you speak freely?:. You
Have you ever found th nver-

age .Englishman to be anythin'for clear thinking and for ac-

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FOR SALE: Mark VII Jaguar
4-door Mdan, axeaptional condi condition.
tion. condition. Call far appointment, Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-6824.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Station
Wagon, 8 pauenger, 4 door.
Call aftar 4 p.m. 2-1405 Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1952 Nash Ram Ram-bMr
bMr Ram-bMr Station Wagon, excellent
condition, radio. Call Coco Solo
451; or 220.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Super
4-door, all acccsories. Bast, rea reasonable
sonable reasonable offer. Phone Coco Solo
351. '.
FOR SALE-1956 4-door Chev Chevrolet,
rolet, Chevrolet, pracrkially new $2300.
Will take trade. Balboa 2-1515.
SALE Take advantage of
greatly reduced prices in quality -man'
Sport Shirts and furnish-'
ings, ladies' and children's wear.,
El Siglo, 85 Central Avenue.
Wanted To Rent
WANTED: By American fami family,
ly, family, unfurnished, 3-bedroom cha chalet.
let. chalet. Prefer Paitilla area or iHos-.
r to town. Phone 3-3744. : i
a timely arid hard-hitting
out friendly? You know you
naven t,
The trouble is that-we are all
blinded by two things. We are
Diinaeu by the lyinR words of
EOKA and Radio ATHENS. And
we, are bunded by fear Qt EOKA.
!do not new fear EOKA be.
L cause I have been so sickened by
rts use of murder and violence that
!' couldn't respect myself as
Greek if I continued to suooort it.
either actively or passively. I am
"' wnn anger; cnar young men
should be killed and taught to kill.
. Beware,, people of Cyprus. EOKA
allows no freedom of speech. EOKA
would make, you, the slaves of its
ambitions. Being one of you I
know that you would welcome a
. political settlement but believe me
EOKA does not want one because,
. when a settlement it i achieved,
EOKA'. power will have gone. That
ft why their pamphlets are filled
with hat. EOKA is the mad dog
of Cyorus; the mad dog that has
' brought fear, bereavement, finan-
ciaf ruin and murder to this- lovely.
u'and ot ours,
' I condemn .violence, V vou In
vour hearts must also condemn
lit, but. it is now time we did
mnr t.hnn that. v to ti ttmo
.The Kever-Bcfsre-Told I
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Epic Of The lest
Great Indian Battle... 1
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FOR SALE: Large swing set
with airglide, like new, $30.
Navy 3519, Redman 204-A.
FOR SALE: 5-pc. Irving Mom
set, midal dresser, Underwood
typewriter, car heater. Balboa
Miss Harnett will held Begin Beginners,
ners, Beginners, Intermediate and Ad Advanced
vanced Advanced ballroom dance classes
in American and Latin dance.
All types of ballroom dance
and Party dances taught. For
further information call Balboa
2-4239. x r
Scieniisls Avail
Fafe 0( Balloon
Thaf Broke Record
(UP) Scientists were waitinc
iuuay to iearn me rate .of a
Plastic balloon that ahnttrprf oil
record by;sallinK more than 27
miles into snare. ,
The fiellum-filled balloon, built
by the University of Minnesota,)
reacnea an altitude of 143,000
feet when it levelled off last
night. k ., ; -isv.' i
Dr. Edward Ney and John
Winckler, physics professors,
they expected the pyramid pyramid-shaped
shaped pyramid-shaped balloon to burst when
the last ballast was dropped, but
later said it was possible that
it would remain aloft overnight.
"This balloon is essentially
out of the earth's atmosphere,"
Ney said. It is m such Tare Tare-ficd
ficd Tare-ficd atmosphere that the pres pressure
sure pressure is only one-five hundredths
of what It is on earth."
Launched vesterday m'ornlne.
the balloon was last traced to
100 miles west' of the Mm
neapolis area. It was equipped
with cosmic ray research and
meteorological equipment, two
radio transmitters, and a pair
of cameras to record its entire
flieht ':''" "''
Ney said the balloon would
help to measure "all of the Iron
nuclei in cosmic rays."
. "It will also aid in learning
how the universe is formed and
how it is changing." he said.
The : Army., navy ana Air
Force will use the balloon to
measure radiation which will
be important in space flightsi
and the launching of a small
satellite, Ney said.
tion.. Greek Cvprlots be worthy
of the name. Put a stop now to
murder. Let EOKA know that
Cyprus does not support them.
Let them Know-that you are sick
of them and will no longer tol tolerate
erate tolerate them.. Be free Cypriots, be
free of violence. Be free of
EOKA. . -,
For myself I am free already
and I will continue to tight a-
gainst EOKA, knowing that I am
a true Cypriot and that I serve
My last point Is this. Even If
EOKA continues to carry on its
activities a settlement .will still
come but do you believe that
EOKA will then plunge its
bloody hand Into party politics?
Do you want a political patty in
your government which is sup
ported by terrorists? Will that
give. you more freedom? Will
that fulfill the principles ef free
speech or will it be the caue of
more fear and more hatred and
more ruin? (
, Think hard Cypriots. You hold
your future in your hands. You
must act now or accept terror terrorism
ism terrorism as your daily bread.: v ;
Economist Writes
Bulletin On Pork
Price Difference
BERKELEY. Calif. fllpS
A University of California aco"o aco"o-mlst
mlst aco"o-mlst may have-come up. with the
reason San Francisco whol'e
prices for pork products are high higher
er higher than those in Los Anae'e. The
two cities are approximately the
same distarfe from Midwest's
cured pork shipping centers,
The econbmist in Jamr.a : R
Hassler,' recent a.uthor bf 4Trsnsr
portation Rates and Other Pridng
r actors Anecung tne t;aitornia
Swine Industry," ft buuetin just
published by the California Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural -Experiment Station. ,1
Hassler wrote that prices quoted
in Los Angeles may be for grades
inferior to those covered in Chics Chics-go
go Chics-go and San Francisco reports. It
is also possible that the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles market is considered bv
some as the "dumping grounds"
outlet in attempting to practice
geograohic price discrimination,
according to Hassle!


ATTENTION Q. LI Just built
modern tern is had apartments, I.
; 2 bedroensa. bet. cold w a t a a,
PboM Panamo 3-4941.
FOR RENTs 2-bedroem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, hot water, garage, etc.
New residential settlement, San San-tuarie
tuarie San-tuarie Nacional Street, $110.
Phone 3-6807 or 2-3397.
FOR RENT: Apartment fur-
nished, 2 bedrooms, maid's room,
porch, hot water, screens, tele telephone,
phone, telephone, large, cool. Calle Colom- ;
bia No. 5. Apt. 6, 3-0438, 2n
1891. V
FOR RENTs Beautifully mod mod-era
era mod-era two-bedroom furnished a a-partment.
partment. a-partment. ; Gerardo Ortega Stq
. Mirailores, Apartment ...
FOR RENT- FurnUhed. apart apartments:
ments: apartments: one suitable for two cou couple
ple couple $80; one 2-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with living room,, kitchen
and bath $65; one large room
with kitchenette, outside balco balcony,
ny, balcony, wardrobe and bath $55. Ap Apply
ply Apply Janitor at T1-I32 Fourth
July Ava. or phon Hopkins.'
Balboa 2966. ,
FOR RENT; Freshly-painted
living room, dining room, kitch-en-dinette.
Calle Parian No 14-,
21, next street from 4th July
: Avenue.
; Panama Canal Company will of offer
fer offer for sale at public auction 284
lota consisting of light, navigation,-
sinks; galley; marine e-
ejuipment; kitchen sinks; illy.
, minating oil; chain, hoists;
pumps; Underwood typewriters;
adding machines; miscellaneous
paints; rust preventive compound,-
plumbing equipment;
atorm Msh hangers; tine sul sulphate;
phate; sulphate; truck end tractor tires;
engineers' levels and transits;
fir extinguishers; wool blan blankets;
kets; blankets; serving trays; shovels;
shears; drills; microscopes;
scales; extension rods; electrical
' insulation beards; bathtubs;
dressers; chair; beds; chiffon chiffoniers;
iers; chiffoniers; dump trucks; canopy ex express
press express truck; bottle caps; telcvi-
: aion antenna; and wire and roof roofing
ing roofing nails starting at 8:30 a m
Saturday, September 15. 1956,
; in Building No. Industrial
Area, Balboa. Detailed lists of'
Ihe items for tale have bee
. posted en bulletin board of Ca-
' nal Zone. Peat Office. .Copies
way be obtained from the Dlvl-
lion of Storehouses,' Balboe, tef-
phon 2-1815. Itema to be
sold wil be on display for the
general public at the above lo.
",io" ' Seotember
between the hour of
;7:00 to 11:00 a.m. and 12:00
noon to 4:00 p.m.
New Information
Gathered On
Thvroid Tumors
' PFT Wt vrr .ia
xMiuL4Es x ,-,aju. (UP
Mtuai; 'usay, associate orofsJ
has reported new information on
u i. 'it. .."v iveso i rumors
Of the thvrnirf olenit
o ..
T.inrtcgv mniA .
VnA im.iiZI i""-"""""." aaenoma
and malignant lymnoma mav or or-mate
mate or-mate tin the thyroid gland in the
p.vocvo ui "dsiumoro s disease
Lindsay said Hashimoto'. At.
ease may arise from a metabolic
m- ..w 1'iunni, 1IJI5,
ne said, is aueepsteM hv n.
uwcvi. ejuxxiiiiv nnnriAii m.;.
45tit St Vl Rstwfit Bella Tbta
I fltlUim t STEEN fllfflll
Aveniaa unoa 32-13
Box 4457 Phone 3-0744



Dorese Waftoa School of Dancing
accepting enrollment NOW .or
children 3 year eld and up.
Classes for beginner, interme intermediates,
diates, intermediates, and advanced student in
'every age group. Columbus Club.
Balboa. Phon 2-2363.
Registration open for tot 3 4,
5 year of age for dancing clase
that will stimulate their person person-'
' person-' ality growth, and develop their
confidence and ability t get
along with other. Telephone El
Panama, 3-1661. extension III
Lfona Sears Studio.
Do yo wa t to be a tevelier
YOU do you want to know the
essentials of ged grooming,
make-up, posture, grace and
parsed, Jain the new CHARM
court taught by LLONA SEARS
at El Panama, telephone 3-1161
for further information.
Pacific Side Pre-teens
and Teenagers:
Miss Harnett will-hold reg registrations
istrations registrations for ball room
dance classes Balboa YJVI.
CIA. Sept. 14 Friday, from
4 to 5:30 p.m. & Sept. 15
Saturday 10:30 to 12 noon.
Beginners' course will In Include
clude Include Walts Fox-trot -Jitterbug
and "Bop." All
party dances & ballroom
etiquette. Free Dance Book.
16', br. lessons, all for $10.
For further information
caU Balboa 2-4239.
Heavy Loss Of Lfc
Feared la 0.:fo;va ;
As Typ!:::n Rcos
' TOKYO, Sept. 8 (UP) The
most violent north Pacific ty typhoon
phoon typhoon In seven vnrs t t.fjr:
Or.mwa v h v ? l
mii( s an h ,,r t0(! i . i ) )-ed
ed )-ed 15 inches of ram on tae suf suffering
fering suffering island. Guests of 156 mph
were registered. t
Communications with the out outside
side outside world were crippled, delay delaying
ing delaying reports on damaga and ca casualties.
sualties. casualties. : The i 40.000 American
troops and their families were
believed safe in their concrete
anti-typhoon shelters, but heavy
loss of life was feared among
Oklnawans. .
" The typhoon, niaknamed Era Era-ma,
ma, Era-ma, was moving slowly north northward
ward northward toward Japan and author authorities
ities authorities feared a major disaster.
The last big typhoon to hit Jap
an two years ago took 1,500
uves and wrought havoc to
fishing boats and flimsy vil
The Philippines capital of Ma Manila,
nila, Manila, which received only fringe
gales, reported three-quarters
of the city flooded. Traffic was
paralyzed with water a foot!
deep hi main thoroughfares.
Businesses and homes were
flooded. s
The 2.000 ton Formosan
freightea Eddie ran aground off;
Northern Luzon and waa report reported
ed reported sinking but the 103 persons
nhoard were believed rescued
bv a Philippines ship which
reached Its aide through heavy
Bullet From Head
Of Lincoln Given
To Army Museum:
bullet Job Wilkes Booth fired
into the back of Abraham Lin-
co'n's hed at Ford's Theater Jr
i65 has been given to the Arm d
Forces medical museum for dis display.
play. display. k . (
. Tne nroD usen to remove tne
.44 caliber lead slug and six frag
ments of t Present's skull also
is on exhibition there.
The re'ics were donated fro t"
T.incoln Museum (formerly FordV
Theater) wh'"n po 'onger has w
for them, The bullet has beer
tored in a vault since 1M0 w"
the judge advocate general's officr
gpe it to the m"rm.
The gun and knife wielded V
Rooth will remam at the Lmcolr
Museum. '

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Real Estate
,.?..5AU-"- 2000 "t.
Waally located m Carro Cam-
pana. Owner leaving. Must sell .'
Call Balboa 3167.
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
JHILLIPS Oceeaeide Cott
Sant. Claw. Bet 435. Belbo.
Shows: 1:12 3:09 -.
5:06 7:03 9:00 p.m.
. JRR no c

Showing at Your Seryice Center Theatres Today!

Diablo Hts. 2:30, 6:15, 8:20 I GAMBOA 7:00 ;
' "'' "Count Three arid Pray" f
In MarUn Tnea. "You're Never Too
o Jerry Lewis f Young"
"You're Never Too Young" GATDN 2:30 7:00
Technicolor! 1 "Good Morning Miss Dove"
o Tues: Footsteps In the .'
Mon. "Little Boy Lost" 'Fog"


n r 1 ht

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Also, showing MONDAY!

Margarita 2:30, 6:15, 8:15 I CHst6bal 2:30, 6:15, 8:25 r
O Tom Ewell Air-Con diuoned i: '-.J-
Sherea North ( o Mitzi Gaynor -' 1
"Lieutenant Wore Skirts" "BIRDS AND TUX BEES"
Cinemascope Colon ," Technicolor I .'.-'--
Mon. 'Footsteps In the o '
Fog" Also showing Monday IN
" -
PARAISO 6:15 8:05 LA BOCA 7:00
"Many Rivers To Cross" "Postmark for Danger ,,

Til Cry Tomorrow"
' r l ( )i :r :"
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Boats & Melon

FOR SALE: Just arrived Thun Thun-derbird
derbird Thun-derbird glass beat. Fastest,
lightest, nicest made.. Abem
thy. beside Hotel El Panama. V
Wanted to Buy
WANTED j Small sailboat. Hav
lot of enthusiasm, little cash.
Call 2-6392 r 2-6349.
Shows: 1:02 1:53,
f:J6, 6:33, 8:50 p.m.
0.75 '' i'T;;'" .VM1
;;'; STAn
Tunris on
,., . -.
. Vra4aajf
2:30 4:30 6:30 8:30
The only way ah
could win back her
daughter's love...
was in the arms ot
the man who had
t auuunea oors -y

urtfvertoi.iniemQTioftol ncture nomng t

CAMP EIERD 6:15 -1:40
"Man With The Golden
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-,. In tlnemaSccpet
T,i Court Martial of
Billy V..tehU

33c. 20c.
Spanish Program!
- Also:





Rock Hudson Cornell
Borchers In
Also: Anne Baxter Jeff
Chandler Rorv Calhoun in

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with H. Bogart --
Also: -THE
with Lon Chaney

25c lie.
- Also;

Bing Crosby Denies Plans
To Wed Aclress Kathy Grant

A studio source hinted todav tha

Opening Tomorrow At Ancon

s f

the age differences, the crooner's

inenas say, .ieawi Katny are
good companions." They say she

is the only girl he has been sen-

Bis Crosbv Dlanned In marrv J" !00ul slnce .".

tress Kathryi Grant this weekend 'e.10ur years ag0 of cmcet:

uui we crooner aeniea it.
"It isn't sa," Crosby said at
hit tummtr bom at Harden
Lake, lew. But sourctt clos to
tha aingtr insisted tha wadding
would taka placa aeon. ,-
The report that the marriage

migni occur mis



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One of the most novel and

.citing mystery -fantasies of recent
sears, acted by a skillful cast
from the ranks of The T h e a t re

Guild. i scheduled to1 have its

' opening at the Ancon Playhouse

tomorrow evening, where it will

' continue for sijt, performances
wrough Saturday. r ; ,v
v "An Inspector Calls", J. B.
Priestley's play about "respect "respectable"1
able"1 "respectable"1 (criminals in- England is
tile: r "Guild's latest production.
' It .revolves- criminals In England,
i about the.'mysteribus and aU lncw-ibig:-lnpector
GooleVho sucdeeds
unveil mi the uneasily kept je-

, trtt, .of the well to-do a i r j t gi

i i 3. B. Priestley, among England's
slmf five", is an author whose

jlW. and novels have long enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed kit It critical and popular ac.
joiaiuj, v

t ..." 1 ... f

f jscjt known, pcrnaps, ior iiurj

, plajs, "Laburmim Grove," Dan-Mr
i ccrou Corner," and "They Cameti;

tw-'A- City," his knowledge of 5

tAffierrca-ana American is himv
f demonstrated in his. novel, ."The

' Boomsdaj plea." ;

s VAn'' Inspector, Calls" arrives

three, aftes sianal successes in Lon.

i don nd bn- Broadway, the latter
fn induction of which boasted the

idifhfira'alf talents of Sir Cednc

I JJatdwwke; an the. gifted charac-

i terizaUom. of Thomas Miicnen, as

ttjie. Inspector, ana weivuie woo-Jpef,-
,as.'.the, ruthless Arthur Birl-
f wr .: 'i i
I vtn v tlieiPi'vsont production the.
mj-trT)"!l .and Cooper roles wilWbe
fq 'ni hv'vjohn Aayles, and
fj "'s. 'Tjk'v wci'e j'last
;pt t ,o m (he .Guild's Drama
J :'-ViV'i ;' ." '-' :
j ;'Ah 1 pi- tor' Calls'' 'derives
-title die smpiiiO visit ol
, i ptH'i to tiio .Jioiuu ol

iuclurcr Arthur





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.ERIC BIRLING (Ron Harper) vprepares to meet the wrath of his Infuriated father (Joha v
I'-'-'mi '.whe Sheila Birllntr (Nancy Acly) tr'es to calm her mother (Lynn Walkerh ; ': (



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i prosDcru

iiiirlmg -wi- c t...tner party is in
progress. The Inspector is mvesii mvesii-jgcling
jgcling mvesii-jgcling the mysterious suicide of
a noting girl. VVith that as a Btart,
the talented-pea of-J. B. Priestley
weaves a web of s uspicion and

; guilt around", the" Birling familjrt

i and its guest, and in unmistakable

; terms plants tne responsiuiuiy

for the girl i suicide squarely in
laps of the guilty parlies. At the
last moment, I surprise plot-twist

leaves the characters completely
' shaken, jJid Is guaranteed to do

th same to the audience

-l Lynn, Walker will play the role of

,' Stbyl, Arthur flirting s .naugniy

h 1 1 i : .. r V.n.u A I ..

David Kane,. Ron Harper, and
I Isabelle Gay will also be seen in

5 featured parts.
1 1 Reservations' may be made by

'.tailing Balboa. 3683. ,

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V5$!-!o-Easl Drive
Covered In 32 Hours

occur this weekend irose r..,.n. i-v ...L.

StSTcSSff r more thV;
?l,v fi JOb ptainu;stw driving, challenges the Claim of

A studio executive said fmA, Richmond,: Va., motorists for
teitphoS Studio "'Lg MJ
Kathy be let out of a role she wasC0nl7H.,nH"nMa"tom?blle wasC0nl7H.,nH"nMa"tom?blle-scheduled
scheduled wasC0nl7H.,nH"nMa"tom?blle-scheduled to begin Monday, in a,e? ;.Hr Ke?zl "4 ?,Us'
television fUm made by Screen l3K na,tiv,e ,has Uved 10
Gems.. Columhia. tiihsirfij. suburb of Buffalo for ttw past 201

"He had. a very good reisbn it iTS' set record m- Kovmber-f

iooks UKe aometftmg will happen 01 urs aim 30 minutes,
this weekend." the source said jj0ven8 2.W2- mifes driving from
The affable, wealthy Crosby who Angelc to New York. The
is 52, met 23-year-old Kathy on the record was tiraed, .by Western
set of "White Christmas" at Para-Un,on- : ,
mount three years ago. They be-' Virginians Tom- CI 1 rfc and

gan dating two years ago and!Geor8 Graves -iri'ived in New


Ifinn Hoy Oilier MM

Trusted by more '.mothers because of ita
accuracy.' No need to break tablets. Each
contain 1J xrina M pare aspirin
the preferred standard of accurate dosage
measure. You give "just aa tha doctor
ordcra.". Children like It orange flavor.,
worn.- la mist asuiM ammN raa child mm

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any cthef, motor oil.., regerdlefi,

of priest

have been keeping steady eompaJ

ny ever since.
Th Texas born actress visit visited
ed visited Crosby oftenv at hit Palm
Springs home and was hostess
for social gatherings at his Holm-

ly runs mansion.

iork claiming they covreed 2,815
miles from Los Angles to New

Yor in 65 hours and; 14 minutes

I want to get the record
Straight only because many of my
friends have been kidding me

about the record claimed by the

Both Crosby and his nrettv com J

houiuu uave ueniea ior mora man

a year mat they plan to marry.
But reports from his pals about a

There was an observer with me

when I made mytrip.-l wair at

the wheel ior all but four hours

. 1 MC KUCCI .11 U UUI, lUUr 11(111! 5
ed?Tr?nhiKe.fe "PP0rt the trip and I made only four
ed last spring when Kathy became sinn fnr rf,,iin

converted to Crosbv'a Cathniii

ugiuu. . 0 -1
Kathy Is more a contemporard

v,iuauy i goo, iiary, out aespite

ed with pride to the large' coDec-

uon oi wine oottie autographed

oy ceieoraties who had eninvMi

their contents,".'-; :...', ;. 1

Our New York, vacationers tnn

neyed to, the gates of Troy in the
a vishly .costumed, historical play.
Tiger at the Caiei i;rmrt

Michael Redgrave as Hector. In
spirited dialog combining philoso-

vj wn wit, irojan characters
argue about the advisability of giv giv-ing
ing giv-ing jovely, scheming Helen back
to the Greeks to avoid war

;The fofiowing night talented Ju

ne iiarns neia mem enthralled by
her great histrionic nhilitv

warmly human, sensitive Joan of

niv ui ne wine. tostarred Bor Boris
is Boris Karloff added to his laurels in
a role distinctly different from the
type he usually -plays. The note noteworthy
worthy noteworthy cast turned the half-legendary
life of the Maid of Orleans in in-to
to in-to a vividly dramatic semblance
of reality;, : ,.:
To top off their "last night In
New York:, they v 1 s f t e ri NW

McKenzie crossed the cnuntrv

47 times in automotive sprcd-tcst
driving. After his retirement from
endurance spsed-drlvlng four
years ago,' he became an auto automobile
mobile automobile saresmftn-here. .. ... 1
"There are too many cars on
the highways today to make Ruch
run?," the ; 51 -year-old father of
two and. grandfather of three

said. "I retired for safety's sake."

,Ju 5, "anferom fancy. places, York's gayest nightclub, Loy Wal

"WE ARE OCR BROTHER'S keepers, states the mysterious
Inspector Ooole (A. J. CarotliersV while he teaches the Birl Birling
ing Birling family a much needed lesson. --

vacationers wetfe delighted by the
substantial American fare at The
Embers with its homey atmo

sphere heightened by plain panel

ed walls, the cheery glow of the
hearth and Trudy Baer's soothing

piano selections. Alter tne jonan
Jones Quartet had whipped tip

some hot, jazs, Dorothy Donegal of

tne uonegai t no took the scotlicht

a terrific jazz pianist who occa-

siunaiiy oreaas into snaicnes 01
song in facetious mimicry of well well-known
known well-known vocal stylists.
"Th Panama Cam," star starring
ring starring John Rait, Eddio Foyr Jr.

and Hln Gallagher was th
nxt stop en. Broadway's fun
Ian a fast moving, ultra-mod
em musical play, onlivnd by
brxy tropical song colorful
choreography, whimsical humor
nd a light love story with hila hilarious
rious hilarious 'situations, s. ?

Next day the trail of fine fond

led. to Chateaubriand, famous for

11s siean 01 the same name. Kath-

erine Cornell is one of many noted

patrons ot tins-mecca for gour gourmets
mets gourmets of society, stage, screen, tel television
evision television and the upper echelons of

tne business world who find here
Derfection in French Vnisinn Thn

charming host, Alex kounie, point

ier s t-atin Quarter, where the
spectacular show included Rita
Noble, George Tapps and his danc dancers,
ers, dancers, and the Metronolitan Spvfpf in

elaborate French and Oriental mu

sical extravaganzas, with.Doreen
Lord in her sensational aquatic
revelation, "The Girl in the Cham Champagne
pagne Champagne Glass." Joining in the Mar March
ch March Gra carnival spirit of the clos closing
ing closing number, they danced to the
suave rhythms of 0 Lombardi's
orchestra to bring to a -pleasant
close another memorable "Night "Nighttime
time "Nighttime inew York." ,1

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Ht SIAATKD OCT as a ouiet ultimate, dinner party for the Birling family turned out to be an evening of unexpected (or all. tLeft to right) 8yoil Birlinrr (Lynn Walker), Gerald Croft (Pavie Kan'M, Sheila Billing (Nancy AcJy),
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--a. w- y -ii. -i-L ikiJ..iL Ji.JLJi-
f r.7 Track Record For
S Furlongs Predicted
Swink Paces lex
m 9
l fir" mui n
ill IUII D

A jquartet of four of the better horses racing lo locally
cally locally are scheduled to dispute a $700 purse this aft
ensoon over five furlongs at the President Remon
ri&track, .: ',;- r- ..:'v ;f., r

Wall following t victory in this
same class.
' Hurling Park, a winner last
wpplr ihnnld ha in h fhiolr rj

things to the finish. He will be un-

The group, belonging to the
track's First Series, are expected
to better the track record of 1:00
'9.i VtAUt hat1 ku Tlmat Cstm ,.

m r uu rw JalVS UJ TV U .0VI1(
Scheduled to match strides In

me ieaiure are iiixo, Meiendei,
Hurling Park and Cachafaz. El El-kor
kor El-kor which will be ridden by "bad
,boy" Ruben Vasques, Is eo-holder

01 uie six ruriong mart i:iz.
Topweighted Meiendei, w h 1 c h
goes under 124 pounds, will be
guided by .madcap Cristian Re Re-.boliedo.
.boliedo. Re-.boliedo. Melendex is fresh from
dropping a neck decision to Town's

Races B

covn coy

uiwgs iu uie iiuisu. xi c win ue un-
Har tha tUllll aanahla haiutlina lit Rat f NltlVal 7 Fat.

of Bias Aguirre. n $275.00 aal Cli 12:45

i hi in i will iman mm lis n mn. w. wwwmw

ward but is almost rrtin in trail1 1 Chepanlta 0. de Leon 97x

the field home. Joree Phillini will 2 Julie Ai Gonzalez 115

: J i : 'i 1 Unnkit T tlraun lift

riue wis ouisiuer 1 viw via.v ni
, Nine other prospective thrillers,!4 Jachalln A. Ycaza 115
including a wide open $500 Second 5 C. de Sapo R.. Cristian 113

Series seven furlon? anrint rnm

plete the card. :



Was Tvpical

IpB Manager



mey arrested Tommy Dioguardia,
along with his brother, Johnny,
for masterminding the acid attack
on Victor Riesel, newspaper im immediately
mediately immediately noted that Tommy Dlo
had manaeed "a itabla wpr '. inn

fighters" at one time.
This came as. a .distinct surprise
to Sammy Aaronson, who. was
. Tommy's Dartner. "Tommv anl. tl

had seven or eight t the, most

professional fighters,' he says.
"Sure, yon could count up to 100
if you wanted to includa every
body in my gym. That means fix

ana eigm-year-oia foiice AUiletic
. League kids. T; v';--':;'v-..'
"Tommy Dio, managed Maxie
Berger on his; own and e -was!

wnn me on a lew otners. Artie
Levine was probably the v3dn 1 y

name tnat anybody would remem

Jimmy lost in boxing.
iWith this, costly investigations
into mobsters in boxing are a def definite
inite definite waste, ft makpx

to arrest Tommy Dlo for a vicious

ftlLSCK On KlAfifM Than tj cnnn4

hwhu u dvuu as
lot. of Ume and money trying to

iruve oe manages a ngmer. ; i
.Get rid of the -.tough buys at
their major occupations taking

oreaa OUl 01 tbe nmrt nr stiff's

mouth.. That, wnnM om t. k.

more important than worrying a
bout the pint-sized ring business.
vOf course,, nobody pretends
these DeoDle heln hnx1non I anv-

thing else, for that matter; T h e

spoil, snouid be without them- But
it is onlv a nlavtov fnr

rOilClnff fihmilii rnma in AthA

, a wa u VtUVI
reas. Do this, and ther wnn't Ko

moDsters around anynlace

The bl0 leSPllA .rim in 1 k

i '. w o winiim nun
drifts into' boyinff Hnoa it tri.tlu


inwui ui prestige, tie wants
of the mob, having something to

ww .wiui a Dpxer manes you some something
thing something of a big shot, 'i ; ,
What th ''tmish

t 77 B"J ; u uu

r a jiignier u a moot question.

ciiiig money on a ouiging bank-

7mJ turn "f Nativaa 7 Fai.

Puna $275.00 P.ol Clem 1:15 1


1 Fueeo

2 Guarari

3 Baedad

4 Filon

5 Folletito
8 Mlml '.

7 Rednndlta.

S Mr. Tivoll

A. Reves R. 102x1

- i

J. Rodrieuez 110

O. Miranda 117x1

J. Ooneora 113.

O. de Leon 100x1

B. Baeza 104

E. Orteea 107

J. Bravo 110

9 MoonshineV- H. Ruiz 113

Pyna $275.00 Pal Cleiat 1:45 1

1 Hlstnrln M. Guerrero 100

3 Conquistador J. Avlla 115

3 Tap Lady V. Brown 114
4 Consentida "J. G6neora 115

5-Sirena 0..4e Ledn 97x

4th t. F11-" 7 r..

tunt $600.00 Paal Clous 2:201


2 TeniDestad

3 Lexden :

4- Gnzaga
5 Donnv Bov

wMJur Fancy

T. Hldaleo 108

O. de Le6n 97x

B. Aeulrre 120

J, Jlmlnez 109x1

;. J. Avlla 120

B. Baeza 100

$t tif 'A" Miv.. tj r..

Pun $375.00 Pool Cloiai 2:551

out of Brooklyn, had Ray Robin Robinson
son Robinson on the floor and a punch away,
from a knockout in 1946.. But Rob Rob-insnn
insnn Rob-insnn ram. hark tn ntnn I.pvln

in the 10th. : They fought at, eve-land.-''
7;--i -.- ':-C:,m.
Berger, a .Canadian ; w el t ejf
weight., did a lot of iishtine from

1935 until 1946, but never really

meant much. ,.,
So, as is the usual with any sto
tv rpffardino: "tnnph, Piiva" in hnx

ing, the Dio episode is grossly o o-verplayed.
verplayed. o-verplayed. 'i -,',.; ..,';V..
; Aaronson, bow engaged in juve

nile deunquency prevenuott wo
around New York, gives good tes

timony to that ."Tommy never

made any money out of the fignts.
And be wouldn't bet, two dollars.
Tnt nf t.lm we'd set 4 .kid .a

1500 bout, then take out the man

ager's cut. one-third. Then I'd go soots Itself started nut a n in.

to Tommy and say 'the kid needs gal affair and fighters do not, as

xne money, ne u gciniis maiucu ruie, come irom Park Avenue

this week.' Tommy woucmt say a Max Waxman, the manager atat-

. ininR. rie a utg 1113 snare auu

JlHkMl.41 uvci: pB U6U1 uiauav!

1 Petite

2 YOSikito
3 Naranjasto
4 Q, Wonder

B. Baexa 108

G. Sanches 113

O. de Leon llOx

, R. Vasquex 124

1 1




I YOUf EWOK, I VON .' i tf'"

Veteran Aggies
Rate Highly, Too



- In

Arkansas slartod aiivin

late against Baylor, a year ago but
won three and tied another of Its
four remaining games to finish its

iirsi season under Jack Mitchell
With a miehlv imni Vmki

lettermen return from the squad

these davs of turmo t looot th,t ,..j squaa

intercollMiat m"'.! iT.lUTTO one "orougn

"'"8 une, Dig nappy

family" -the Southwesr Athletic

omerence, lamed lor its cut cutthroat
throat cutthroat tendenrip nthtr ihn it.

... ... uiru

We all hav .m. i. v.

happy as the 1956 football season
gets under way. Title-defending

vmisuiia ana runner-up
Texas A4M probably can offer

muic. wgic ior ineir entnusicsm.

Bavlor and ArVonco. .-a ...-j

the dl tkhnrt.i )n

compliment, of course, but far
etter than being counted out.

.c, lexas ana aiMu, presumably
relegated to also ran position?.

Replacing players of the Henry
Moore and Preston Carpenter
stature will be ;the Razorbacks'
biggest nroblem a hv tot. in

road for most of their major" as-

aiGuiucuM. opearneaaing the bid
will by George Walker and Don
M-Pi iin' pair of quarterbacks

runner-un'r ue woum not iraoo
an offpr!.for a"? wUegiate duo in the coun-

iry. ine rorxer coach decries the
lack of speed.
Weev over-calculated by the ap appraisers
praisers appraisers a vrar a fin nnu I. K.i

underrated. The Owls have not
spent successive seasons in the

secona flivision .since th r

.v.vfcBitu iu iso ran osition ti. .
need only remember that Arkan!! Speed and P'r!t led in
sas, ranked sixth in 1954 -nS Lome. Pismg sophomores could

sas, ranked sixth in 1954, emerged

vuawijiuu na icu climbed
from a fifth place appraisal to the
tnn in 'S

Abe Martin at Texas Christian

make a difference. Ernrin..

is thin up front, particularly at the
vital tackle positions, but there's
enough Size to exninit th I.Ui.

of quarterbacks Kirk Hill and

ADe. Martin at Texa rhrleilin i. m"ww xuik xim ana
i. u,nrnn ...;.u J, t..." cnrlsWan! Frank Ryan and the halUan-vim.

vsvftuuiE mriiii s i ih i arm an Aiithi ... .i iiik

of Uiem "starters last year Help f MiETm DanShuford,
may have trouble replS the'H. Alsbrooks i n4- R"ynond

.uaiiu V

roUls, .perhaps, the, best service

icnuereu, ror moD-owned fighters
have been carried out of the ring
the same as those with ordinary
connections.- i' si ,

The talk of '.'fixes' and "gamb "gambling
ling "gambling rnnn!" ic nn th

.uuvciauuun. tn iMew XOrK, if ""-""c
requires an extraordinary effort to ?T?rn- star
ma e i . ILIm KXalt

6th Rica i'ti Serial Importta 5 f f t.
Puna $400.00 PmI Clataa 3:35

1 nMMiAi it H4-iii. ii

ii.' ... .....I. ilia.

9 Poiimnait V a VAnNn. lie I

3 Orprn IP TTIHnltrn 119

4 M.'.Makpir 3 RndHanp lln

5 D: Dani (e) S. Carvajal 102x

8 Amin Dial A.. Ycaza 110

7-B.T Blade F. Alvarei 108

Brooklyn Cuts
-A -'uV3i t '.-.i .-'.v"T'.:

Braves' Lead

To Half-Game

7tn Rif4 2nd Sarlai IniBartao 7 tit

Purs $500.00 Pool Cloici 4r05


get a .decent-sized bet down on a
fight. The bookmaking fraternity

o nub a Denevoieni' coeiprv. in t ai iujj

something seems wrong; they !rulescei2cv' .'S-'f'.1? 1023

i-to take vmir '-r""M"ei, p. unswan lua
lr r0,:" !yoUr 8-Moon Beam F lis

3-i-Am. Maid

4 Cartlllero

5 Oro Purltd

politely tell; you
tioa elsewhere.

THERE ARE PLENTY of mob mobsters
sters mobsters in the fight business today in

Hr'-Moon Beam

s Dawn Bona:

:F. Htdslno 115

4. Phillips 110

piece-holding capaclUes. But the 7? on

he was good for the kids Got
them jobs, ataked them when they
l i. .it i;i, i,.t

. When


lien you' get down to if Tom Tom-Dio
Dio Tom-Dio managerial tactics are

ed this with elnananr whan m

fronted bv a' OllPStlnnlns nam Kai

,;:tZ :.ZJC h A. Carbonell 118

""" namu anauueu, USO M) 9tk t 9.. I

Pars $500.00 Po-I Clem 5:15


- r r i .
tf fT.I It a A i I.

- ; - j i!-w-iic in; uie can.
typical of the way his type con- So what are you velline ahont?"

Hurt ItcaTf In twivlntf TTi nniOp J m vM ...lh- -a

ri. . uig uiuc, puunc wise, in
Jimmy Doyl,e has been a frequent the that of Frank Car-

viaibwa waa auv aacvftj fasca kvbuq DU U ILL UIBl nSS DeeQ ItlTlDUteCl

"of activities in New.5, York' ,: gar

mene center.


Jimmy moved along placidly. He
ma-e no pretenses of being any any-'
' any-' e'-e b"t a partner In fight fighters.
ers. fighters. And as Eddie Borden, the Ja Ja-Beach
Beach Ja-Beach boxing editor observ observers,
ers, observers, "I'd like to. have the money

to Cirbo actually took pTace, the
JfUV would ha a mirail man 1

Frankie, of course, says he has

noining to ao witn boxmg. But, he
adds, "Why should I stop being
around town?" If I stayed away
from boxing, it would be bad. Who
could the write. nin all the rana

on?" , ' '. I


5 Jannimazo
6 Eric

7 Don Cuto
8 Gavtlan

9 (Dlstlner)

io-(Onda Real


Great White Fleet
New Of leans Service

. Cristobal

I "MARNA" .,

"TIVrVES" ...




Sept 14
.Sept.. 17
Sept. tl
Sept. 2ft
.Oct. 5

....Oct. It,

Oct. 19 :

Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

New York Service"


Sept; is

.Sept. 17



"junior" .v: ; : v"'"'sl Si
A STEAMER- M" C' oct! 8

Weekly sailings o! twelve passenger ships te?New
York New Orleans, Los Anzeles, San Francisco
. r and Seattle. ?


T New York and Return
T Lot Angeles and San Francisca and

Miurainf irom it Angeles
Ta Seattle and Return


CRITCB!. 2121 1

PN.'MA 2,2?C4

wnnrvmrvw Rpnt. : t- nrt

Thp nnriithlns Wnrld Phamninn

G. Ramos 100X Brooklyn Dodgers were today
11 Ti ro me I rvn A. Vi n 1 f ivama anrnv fArn 4 Vial

., J- aWCfiil WO vuv-uou gatii t TV ij ivu vuv

A. Reyes R. I03x iront running Miiwaucee Braves

J. Jimenez 105x1 race by vWtue of their 4 to 3 win

ae Lieon juzx over tne New Yorx man is ... ;

: Great relief pitching- by Don

Hesaent whn ataea his own

emu h. ririvinr in th win

ninj run with a sacrifice fly

leaiurea uie uoagers' victory.

Itciivui. up Mia ftuuw
Win ra,nst thrp Insspsl

. Tha KpsnertJirlert rellpf Hen

ffav un onlv one hit in the two

lnnt. V. jl..l o

uuiuiga mo ..wviuu, iu uie da

and one-third innings he has
appeared in relief this season,
he has allowed only one run.
Roper Craie. who started on

the mound for the Dodgers, was
the victim of the Giant batters
who touched him for all the los losers'
ers' losers' runs; t. 't- h i
A single by 'Willie Mays, fol followed
lowed followed by his 33rd Stolen .base,
and a base hit by Jackie Brandt,
nmdiiped thp '. first run. will

Wljite put the Giants f out : in
front 2 to 0 In the fourth when
he unloaded his 17th home run,
and Don Mueller's slnele. Jackie

Robinson's error and another

single by Mays gave New York
their third run in the fifth ln-



Brooklyn .


x-St Louis.


Pittsburgh. iU 59 77 U434-22V4
Ua. V..L r aa v a. ....

New York

! Chicago

8t!T Raca 6" Natlvu Pat.

00 P,. CletM 4:401


lO. 'Sound R. Visquea 118
9 Avian T it

3 Itamnriiira T firim in

4r-BackBee B. Baeza 112

t Posttnovich A. r-edldlo inx

'.noubie Four R. Vaque in
S-r-Kenjington 1 j. Bravo 111

R. Cristian ins

F. Wfiaieo 118

J. Phillips 110
R. G6ms US
V. Csstlllo 11.1

r. Alvarez 115
,E. Ortega 105


Mmi Uquc

, 81
, 80





1.493 14 't






x-Night game not Included

' toiiavs mi;s t
Milwaukee at Chicago (2) .-Cincinnati
Cincinnati .-Cincinnati at St Louis -New
York at Brooklyn ...
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (2)

New York mo itnnni m ,U

Brooklyn 800 100 21x 4 11 1

; Urlssom, Wilhelm (7), McCall
(8) and Sarni; Craig, Labine
(6). Bessent anri wiir

Howell (9). WP: Bessent 13-3)!

rf.V 1,nn (4-8). BR: White

Milwaukee 010 000 000-2 1 Ki

Chicago 200 000 OOx2 8 0
; Burdette Ma.oi .-j m

I a "'."rowsKy (2-2)

u i,uurun. ur; Burdetle (18-9)-

New York



Ix-Baltlmo r e

r 75
i 75



Pet. GB
.564 1014
.564 10t
.545 13
.500 19
.440 27

.425 29

10th g.c 1 Strial Imp. 5 Fat. ning.

P S700.00 Poet Claita 5:40

it;acnara J. Phllllns no
Wkrt ; R. VimM 110

Me'nrie, -p. Cristian 1?4

-. fart B: Aguirre 110

Racetrack Tips


Rahinann'a alnrle anH nil

Hodges' double produced the
Dodgers' first tally in the
fourth, and they tied up the

game in ine sevemn wnn
Charlie Neal'x ninrh hit alnrU

an int'eld out anil xinrlix hv

Pee Wee Reese and Duke Sni-


Re.jit' xaeHflpal flv: In the

lffHf.h Innlnir aftar rarl Piirilln

had doubled and reached third

on an infield out,, accounted for

the margin of victory.

xn Braves lost their fifth

Pittsburgh 119a inn nn V ',

Philadelphia 000 040 0004 ; g i

w waranjo (5), p0Ilet (7),
Face (8). nn t -j

ta. WP: Face (11-9). LP: Flow Flow-er,
er, Flow-er, (1.2).HRs:Foaes 6),lZt

ClnclnnaU at st. Louis (Night)

.415 24 ft x-Washinj-t o n 57

.403 26 ft X-K. City . 43 90 J23 41W

x-Night games not included.

Wash ngton at New York
Chicago at Cleveland (2)
Boston at Baltimore
Detroit at Kansas City
' YESTERIMVk iriruiiiTa

" .....jif i r
Wash. MM A01 001 o

New York 216 102 55xlfi ta a

Pascual. Stona ts

Grob (8) and Rrrhml rnn..

- ...... vu. v.
nev (7): Sturdlvant. t...i.

and Berra, Silvera (9). WP:

? M"; (14-7). LP: Pascual
nti ;H?-S: Bauer M
ne (7), S-evers (27).

Chicago 010101100-4 10 8
Cleveland 000 000 110-2 7 1
Wynn. Mossi u j

LP: Wvnn Tl.V "f"n-

(14). Mele (4). ""am9
Boston at Baltimore (Night)
' Detroit at Kansas City (Night.
' DKTluri ... .. fV

New Hat-n me...

Ninetv vVu'. t.tC.TT

r....r.j :-v lw'"u canidates

....ecu a cu m u 1 a 1 1 ve tntal n
mora th. . ve l0tal Of

liiiffh Di4fn A 11

. F lubu HIS, i"lU-
America center, end Bryan, En En-cram
cram En-cram and halfhui-t n.g t.i

- ".J AAJ1U1.
But the Frogs still have Jim
6wink, with inspiring credentials.

A unanimoux AHAmorin '.iw.:..

. ...v...H VI1U1VC
he was the nation's leading scorer
and No. 2 ball carrier in in.w h

teams once again with a prized
quarterback, Chuck Curtis, and
lettermen three deep at right half-

"u luiiDacit. it,u s talented

MnisheadedbytwostwdouttackTT,yKnump'1 over AatM. But the
smnjiSlzPf were constant threat

Cooper. y ; t

Texas ASM. Inn

TCU in regular' season play,1 re returns
turns returns all 11 starters, plus 10 other

lcuenueu. ramiuar top names
are John Crow, halfback; Jack

I aiUCC.- lUllUai'KT I.PIM .Vtnlllnrr

ends, and Dennis Gochnng, guard.

latMes vnanes Arucger and
Jack Powell are no less respected
among conferenra rival? inj

Paul Bryant can't complain about

such laicmea newcomers as back

nicnara uay and tackle Kenneth

The A??ia 1 DAn.Mnf.Mii..

schedule, not so ambitious, means
Uiev Should he raariv fnr m toll

battle with TCU at College Station

' Backs Charley Jackson, Lon
Slaughter -and Ray Masters finish finished
ed finished strong for. the Southern Met Met-thodist
thodist Met-thodist Mustang. last

they'U lead the bid for a s'uprise
this season behind a lin tht n,m

have two-year lettermen at six of
the seven positions.
. Texas lacks senior atrsnnlh thst

was so evident in its Thanksgiving
Day triumph over A&M. But the

MannnuprtvicA. Paul

"-J" fiuuiiuiy
Is as well off as TCU and A&M.
The requisites for 1 Baylor's first
championship since 1924 may' be
on hand for new coach Sam Boyd.
Beset bv a wava nf ininriAai In ft

-- ja v-v aaaoi

year,, cay ior could bounce back
as a power if quarterback Doyle
Travlor remains inimH tn iat th

Baptist crusade. A total of 23 let-

(ermen. with top hands at every

tiusinuu, maKes me outioox Dngbt.


Maflin Club f News

Mutuel Dividends

- af Ml "VMII

-Mr. Tivnii FH0n .f.vfu :::

S Conon'stailop rntM. f mib u

4tPH. .... i r a c8 vuns.

a bum ih w aa

8 Tamway Monev Mhfcer

7 i artillero : Ornamental Star

-' Ladra (e) Carlota (e)

KPnvinrtan v.i.

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in.iu.i.j.- .....

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lPontniv 4n 3 fill 7'

nuc Tn an.i. 2 Vallev Rlflr 4.40.

1 UOVvifa IVAUBi

CINCINNATI fNRAU.Ta.l'in.,.. i-P"116 3-80.

. a tn n an

zewsKi ann wa v pnat ava th : .j ...

Radlao, tha W t fc. IJvoT DOUBLE 19,40.

nin nnnnn if rna tnitn aaaiiiaa ,.

i h 'a L i:Utir Wna 6.00. 3.40


TnWjv Bnconto .35 20
Double In Cinemascope I
Jean Simmons In
' Guv Madison tn"
"On The Threshold of Space"

Today IDEAL .25 .15
Jane Wyman In
' "All That Heaven Allows"
- Cleo Moore In
'Hold Back Tomorrow"

2-Metto 3.20

ONE-TWO: 23.80.


1 Ebony 10.40, 2.60.
2 Bull Flea 2.20. 1
1 Melrose 14.40. 4 40.

2 Brisk 3 20.

1 Suzerain 15.80. 7.80. v
2 Riscal 5.60.


1 Master Melodv (el 3.00. 9. "n

2 Lion's Claw (e).

3-.Ved( tte .
QUIN.LA- 4 80.
. NINTH ffrT t

1 MaiJa Stuardo $75,00

..w By MARSAIL '.
The Pnlman Tt fm...j ?'

Sr' returneJ Sunday

1,1 i ""ccessiui 12-day
fishing trip. The party had eight
marJln strikes and &Jr2 L.

. , avaiifiu (Six
which la proof they. .had real
fishermen aboard and every
man caught one or mors mar-

afntdcrat.0W. one right


h,i-"ivauu a number of am am-berjack
berjack am-berjack we hm. j .f'V.

3U pounds anph oni ma.

"7 "csea a number
of sailfish on tha tn k,. ui

. rv. o 1 w"s not available.
John Schmidt .Tr ionri ,! uvn spencer on the Tin r.iv

larrastd 57S "I....." .Was Out fish Inn. th- o-i.r

ww uvuiiu suvcr gna i um is



:. NT-,

r p i

. i


last fall because of Waitpp Fnn.

dren's versatility and -the sharp :
passing of Joe Clements.; The tal talents
ents talents of both won't b3 neglected
this fall. f 'ri :';. t
Soph Vince Matthews, -a quarter quarterback,
back, quarterback, is one of those figuring prom prominently
inently prominently in, mnltinlp nffpnsa nlan.

that could j give the Longhorns
l ii ii. ui

mcii ur.M. aiiacMiiK uaiance Einre
1952. Juniors' Garland. Kennon,
Louis Del Homme, Robert E. Lee
and the Wyman twins, Wes and
Will, form the nucleus of the fron frontal
tal frontal defense;
NEXT: Missouri's loeka at tha

Big Seven.

Along The Fairways


k mpmhpr-inipst. tjinrnampnt

la cphartnlpri at. tha Pnriman Sta

tion Golf club on Sept. 15 and

IB. i

Tha memhar-ornpfit nnmWno. I

tion with the lowest net. hpst

ball, will le awarded identical

trophies. Handicaps of each
member and his guest will be
used to determine their best bail

for 18 holes, i.--,

It Is nlanned to establish this

tournament as a regular event
alt the club. Entrance fee Is $1
per player.
Other prizes will be awarded,
including a nresentatinn fnr tha

i closest to the put on par 3 No.

i noie..

A rrOSS pnnntrv tnnrnamPnt

will be held at the club on SeDt

'29.-" f .- v,

The T.adipst Commlttaa ha r.

designated Wednesdays as Ladies
Day.. vtv

It is nlanned ItO pnntlnna thl

policy of emphasizing the tom tom-petitive
petitive tom-petitive asnects nf tha annrt.

Saturriav tournpv mill ia raitn-

ilarly scheduled.

Eddie Kennerd also caught a? 444

yuuiiu auvtr. louis Schmidt, Jr.
caught a 355 pound black mar mar-li
li mar-li n.. the first nna fnr t.h rn nt

the largest black.

Charles Ashlev t.air. ...jii

itha amollaat a in... .

and to wind up in good shape,
Captain Schmidt caught, a 280

i Biakcmere $3.00, ;

ujs.-Twu: 361.40 '''
-Golazo 4.fin 9 an

2 Pappa Flynn 2.80.


East Lansinff Mixfc' sntpix

Michigan State' Miii. l-.m

H lumon afipp tnh p h..i.i:

the SnarlanA hpari nnik n u ormm .u. ininHi ... t

12.80 j from 1811 through '15 v v ,'so around Bona,

6 "" rcnas is islands
lands islands over tha hr.liw,. j

Kr'M caught his first marlin
,P'indJIaclt' "n Sunday
otni0the Pree Monks- Con Congratulations
gratulations Congratulations Leo
,.r,Baltozer flshln from the
WhO Cares ramrhf. nnimrf

Dlacx marlin n;hih

.. nam me
smallest marlin eaught for the

C11U.' '- :

Dr. Icke. fLshlna frnm tnhnnn

McConaghy's Viking, caught his
lust sailfish and to prove that
it was skill and tint. Inst nur

luck he landed three more for a
SCOre 01 four Out nf a tntal nf

five for the trip for the Viking.
Congratulations to you Dr. Icke.
H. P. Burchett on the La Rel Rel-na
na Rel-na fished Ran jnsa rsin nrl Inst

Saturday and returned to Bal-

ooa with a sailfish flag flying
for the days fishing. .. .

Tncre s-med to be plenty of

- y

f't- --iWp- V "VI 1 V


wilji TEXACO
, 1 .. v V
' ' '
Next time you need gasoline, try Fire Chief. You
. can count on thi it'll ha narkpd with actinn.

It's specially blended for climate and altitude
wherever you fill 'er up. What's more, it sells at
the regular gasoline price. Stop in soon.
, ...... ...... ,
You arc welcome at
your TEXACtO Dealer

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Ambitious Featherweights
Shooting For Near-Future
Title Shot At Martinez

Two ambitious featherweights Vith visions of
fighting Isidro Martinez for the 125-PQUiid title
voung Jesus Santamaria of Colon, and veteran Black
Bill of Panama City square off tonight in the first
feature bout for each: an eight-round, 126-pound
affair at the Colon Arena. :




Each fighter welcomes the1
chance to fight In a headllner,
but for 24-year-old Black Bih,
who has waJ;ed more than four
years for the opportunity, the
"break," as he calls It, Is of spe special
cial special Importance. -j ,,,;,,
'". :A participant In many a seirK
ifinalNbut nary a .feature,. BM
said this week he thought he
would never, get enough recogni recognition
tion recognition to warrant the chance and
added that he thanked promo promoter.
ter. promoter. Luis craig for giving him the
Santamaria has not. had to
wait as Jong as Bill for a "big
Jo'ning ihe pro ranks Just
over s3x months ago, the 21 21-y
y 21-y ear-old slugger earned the
right for a main bout by vir virtue
tue virtue of his four straight wins
including two kayoes in four
appearances. . s
From the very start Santama Santamaria
ria Santamaria has been spectacular. Match Matched
ed Matched against the then unbeaten
Enrique perea In his debut, the
' colorful former amateur cham champion
pion champion who likes to go through
dancing antics between dishing
out or taking blows, was the
winner, by knockout in the third
heat of a scheduled six-rounder.
Manuel Prescott, whom he
beat by unanimous verdict in
six, was Santamarla's net .vic .victim.
tim. .victim. v
!. r-x-r t--v:' v-,1
'After TK'lng Perea in the sec second
ond second stanza of a return bout set
for six heats; Santamaria fol followed
lowed followed up' with a spilt decision
win over Vicente Worrell In a
bristling six-founder. -
...... .," -,i,m-y 4H sv'.Hi'
Black Bill, who also has been
enjoying' more 4han fair sue
cess of late, has won' four of
his last five engagements. Hit
only loss while compiEng that
record was a highly dis puted
split decision setback to Sam Sammy
my Sammy Medina. ,'


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Each of the principals In to

night's headllner would like a

crack at Martinez. If BUI wins

he will fight the champ "as soon
as it ran he arraneed. but San

tamarla's handlers say they

Dlan to wait for at least six

imonths before cons 1 d e rl n g

matchine their charge against

scrappy Isidro. ... '.

The semllinai lj a six-rouna
lin.nnund loust hetween CttrlOJ

Watson ana canos oruz.

Watson, who boasts a strmg
of five stra'ght wins, dectsion dectsion-a
a dectsion-a nrtl in their first meetlne.

m anrither nreliminarv. Benl-

tA Timnn riasnps wiui jose tum-

hitfn i3nin RodriirneK over four

rounds at 135 pounds. Rodriguez

scored a unanimous veraict over

Young Archie Moore (Daniel

Ward) just tnree wmks ago.uu-

non is unbeaten in iour pro

fighta. s '-:;.,"

t Th f nnr-roimd curtain raiser

brings together, in a return go,
Vriwin 9vlrp and RBsllio V.'tl-

Hditii ThA hant.amwiffhts have

agreed on ft weight limit of 120

pounds. ',. v ;'.
5ykes, who combines clowning
In itha rin alnnir with his hOX-

ing, declsioned his rival in their

previous meet. 1

prices lor lonigni s cara are
ireneral admission. 75 cents;

children and boxers, 50 cents;

general ringside 2, ana ringsiae
preferred, $2.50.
ActlviUes' get underway at 8

o'clock. :..--;;;',y ."'. .-.';' ,'.', ;

Ths; Babe Promises

To Surprise Doctors

lnD:!lb For Life:

GALVESTON. Tex., Sept. 8
(UP) Babe Zaharlas told her
doctors today they were In for a
"surprise." ? :
' The famed woman athlete.

steadily losing w e 1 ghf and
strength In her long battle with
cancer,' nevertheless said,' "I'll
surprise you because I'm going
to win this battle yet."
"I, am determined to get up
from this bed," she said.
. Mrs. 7.ahnrin has heen' bed

ridden and has, undergone two

operations since ner 4zna bircn bircn-day
day bircn-day last' June 26. For the last
three weeks she has been fed in intravenously
travenously intravenously but in the past few
days has been taking some ad additional
ditional additional nourishment some milk
and a few bites of hardboiled
eggby. mouth,: j,; ..,;-..
, "Bht Is holdlngher,. own very
well and everyone in amazed at
her courage and determination
against such 'Odds,'1 a "condi "condition"
tion" "condition" report from John Sealy
Hospital said. 't1' '(.'.(.;;." ;
The doctors added The Babe,
who entered the hnsrtltal fnr the

lithird time last March 19, had

anomer -excellent mgnt's resv

Flyer Signal-Caller,
From Germany

Spoerl is making the
longest trip to report to the Day Dayton
ton Dayton foot bait squad at Camp St. Jo-
seDh at Ijrkbournt. t ?

Spoerl, 5-foot-ll' seniior.'ft fp fe

threat quarterback from Hamilton.
0.,' was scheduled to check In

from Germany, where he has corn corn-Dieted
Dieted corn-Dieted two vears of Armv jemce.

Top travel mileege for. -tj y ttil

coming on for football practice
generally has accrued from Hono Honolulu,
lulu, Honolulu, but for the first time since

1947 Dayton will field a team with-1'

out .a Hawauan. s:



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TENNIS CHAMPIONSFort Amador's tennis champions of the summer recreation, program
display their trophies. Left t5-light are Sharen,Qwea James,Rowan, Mike Cluver, Marcia
Lewis and-Barbara iW'rtchmann. j '; i va v. jy? - jWS Army Photo)




( THE voice of the dog Is an In

teresting phenomenon, instinctive

ly, to bring other memoers oi we

l.miij- w . '": h ih th. .nnrt of Inno

tongue wheththey struce scent oi; -i
1 mttA intAMttmif rh n with noll.

. li .

Sussex, with'more than the usual

desire to sound off for a spaniel,
that 'is. And the Sussex. is', there therefore,'
fore,' therefore,' one spaniel which can be
trained to double on rabbits ,to

good advantage-.

Among coonhunters '' there are

This instinct is expected to a
hiBh deeree of some breeds. With

out good voice and a willingnes
to use it properly, the scent
hounds wouldn't ? be -worth their

salt. Vi'.w.-. .-A Y'-fil

warned raccoon laying down a
trail that' can-be -unraveled; only
by a clever hound. This requires
a dog that opens on the, line and
barkstreed. ri: ';:.::,;' ',J

v ilcat hunters, anxious to bag



Rirrf fth the v nthm? hand.lciven time. prefen. a dog that runs

are considered a nuisance when,' silently, surprising -Mr.; Ringtail
in the excitement of the hunt, .) and treeing him quickry. 0 n 1 y
hot scent causes them to give the tree bark is an asset in this
tnnono tyne of production.

Amona the spaniels is one, the Dogs are used to give warning

more than for any other single

purpose. The bark of i witch witch-dog
dog witch-dog serves his household well, -yet
there are those who- resent the

barking jf dogs as d i s t u r b lng,

and this it can very well be,

This is one reason for the popu

larity of the basenji or 'African
barkless dog! True this" b' r e d
has other assets than the fact that

it-doesn't bark, .but. little would

be known of the breed and few

would investigate Its merits as a
pet were it nqt .for, the barkless
feature, . is'.'c--t
y v..':5'lv;v"-v.J-ii'

Equally .triit;,'-the basenji is not

soundless, though barkless When

anxious or excited- a shrill squeal
often takes the place of the" absent

bark. Though 'seldom used, ; tnis
squeal is far from silent.

Even In terms of the voice "af

as manyteooq at -possible a i the "fog. maii makes, varying

characteristics, there Is a dog to
meet every demand, ?
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The mystery, quick action and taut suspense in "23
PACES TO BAKER STREET" make this 20th Century Fox
ClnemaScope-Uf Luxe eolor production, one ol the top mur murder
der murder thrillers of the year. The picture which co-stars Van
Johnson and Vera Miles, wili be released on Wednesday at
the Sella Vista Theatre. Van Johnson in the role of a blind
American playwright, living In London, is convincing -and
proves once again that he has reached his full stature as a
mature actor, having forsaken the freckle-faeed, boy-next-door
type of parts he was identified-with previous films.
Vera Miles a refreshing and highly talented young lady,
gives a solid performance as Van's fiancee and fills the ro romance
mance romance part of the story most adequately. "23 PACES TO
BAKER STREET" is the suspense plcfure you were waiting
for. Don't miss it at the BELLA VISTA. ;

The Big E was- the -hesrvy weight champion of the Pacific
in World War 'II, the, Joe Louis of the flat tops. .They were
contemporaries, in fact, And .that ..wasn't o long ago, either.
A dozen:years or ':'.''- -sfe '';fl;;J.',!jit:l'
Like Louis, the Big E's fighting days are over. Old fight fighting
ing fighting ships and old'prize fighters have a. common destiny. No
matter how formidable they may be, there will always to one
enemy they can't handle. Time. vnx, Kmi'k
Today the-Big E, sealed and mothballed,jldes at anchor
off Bayonne, N. J while push-button, admirals decide whether
to sell her for Junk or sink, her, i '.
There's a tired, beat? up, hopeless 'loofc about, the gray
nakedness of the looming holk.'-wlUt Jts warped decks, sight sight-lesa
lesa sight-lesa portholes, peeling paint'and gathering rust... and I found
myself remembering, almost without conscious effort, the sev several
eral several once resplendent ring champions I have, seen dlslntergrate
andI aeem to remember tjo, there was the same note of
shabby resignation and dull docility, a& niarka the Big in
her present humiliation. t..v !-t
The Big E was a fighting champion. She struck at the
Japanese from one end of the Pacific to the other,-sinking 71
ships, crippling .190 others and knocking the tall feathers off
nearly 1000 : planes. ,r .. . ...
That'r tha kind of champion Joe Louis was, too. No. chal challenger
lenger challenger had to go looking for him. He was always there, ready.
But now, much of the glory ani glamor that the Bomber knew
as a champion, have faded. He got himself In an Impossible
tax situation with Mr. Whiskers, and was trying to get by
with the wrestling charlatans until sidelined by a heart con condition.
dition. condition. In recent weeks he's been prospering, oh. a, ; soliclUoiu
television give-away; program, i :
For hlrh there must be .some consolation ltf the knowledge
that up to now at least the ring; game has not adopted the
Navy practice of sinking ita old fighting champions, or. sell selling
ing selling them for Junk. .. : (- 1
'' The Big E had a, call from one of her former managers
the other day, except that when Rear Adm. Thomas J, Ham Ham-Uton
Uton Ham-Uton (Ret.) worked In her comet he was, In deference to Navy
protocol, addressed as captain. Football fans will recognize
him more readily as Tom Hamilton,' one of Annapolis' -all-time
greats, currently t. of A. at the University of Pittsburgh.
Dempsey did his most.inemorable fighting under Jack
JCearns. Benny Leonard and Billy Gibson made a perfect pair.
It la aulte possible that Rocky Marclano, for all his tremen tremendous
dous tremendous raw power, might not .have become the heavyweight
champion if anyone other than Al Weill had handled him..,
The Big E had several commanders and it is not improb improbable
able improbable that all were equally able.., But somehow Tom Hamilton,
a bluff, handsome, intelligent, daring seaman seemed to be a
natural for the gallant old flat top, the nature and immensity
of .her assignment, and the almost endless torrent o( fire that
accompanied- it.- -a v.t; ';.'. ; .. ? ' ". r
If it's possible for a normal man actually to have a-.lusty,
roaring, defiant species of fun In euch circumstances, fancy
tells me Capt. Tom could. and very likely did, between win winning
ning winning the Bronze Star and Legion of Merit medal.
Hamilton was so much a part of the modern Navy story,
a thrilling and Inspiring symbol of heroism In the football
field as a youngster, and later as ad officer in battle at sea,
that it has always been a mystery why the Annapolis brass
ever allowed him to leave.' Certainly, if he la competent e e-nough
nough e-nough to direct the extensive ithletlc program at Pitt, it must
follow he could do as well.;. If not better, at the school that
will always be cloest to hlsheart.
' Pitt had Its finest football beason in years in '55, winning
seven while losing three under head -coach Johnny Michelo Michelo-.
. Michelo-. sen, who was making his debut as mastermind for his-alma
mater. The Panthers even got invited to a bowl game; they
tost to Georgia Tech, 7-0, on a disputed pass .call at the New
Orleans fete. r
.Michelosen, of course, is a Hamilton appointee; the dia diagram
gram diagram for assembling the prime teef necessary to coaching suc success
cess success and maintaining a scholaslfc balance that will be accept acceptable
able acceptable to the dran without inducing a mass mental breakdown
is also a Hamilton creation. 3 ""
In short, the Panthers appear to bo flirting with the peaks
of national eminence they enjoyed during the years of the
late, great tt John .Bain Sutherland. -The '59 schedule calls
for engagements with such .rjowers as California, Notre Dame,
Army, Penn State, Duke1, Minnesota and Miami (Fla.) Capt.
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: THE STORY: Many people seem to object to the pre

isjnce of Frank Ude in Cashtown. Frank had been attack
Ul'in the Alhambra saloon and he had been warned t
I leave town. Frank meets Emmett Cash, who brought Fran!
Ho Cashtown. Frank suspects Emmett is an outlaw.

FRANK spoke wore sharply to
Emmett Cash "You've got a lough
outfit. I looked them over wnen
b riding with you. Some salty

- Tuan' with vour bunch.

itfascosa Emmett. laughed.

.' "Host of those boys got in trou

ble with the Comancheros. They
haa to get out for while .and
were glad for the chance to .ride
with me." t t)
rank got it them; the trouble
Emmett referred to would be over
tdpn horses. Near Tascosa one of
tin ancient horsethiei trails led in-
tq.AJlQ Mexico iiui" iiuiiii,
used by Indians and renegade
whiles for years in smuggling
sUiak..and looted goods from one
country to another.
Jmraett stroked his gray with
spVrs, Heading into an old road
tin climbed steeply across the
chifalHer nf the mountain. Em-
mrH cave him a secretive glance,
:sh sav anything about me?
Jean Cash?"
Frank held his mask of indiffer
ence and shook his head. Even
how his conscience whispered he
ww riding with Emmett because
'liRhmW mv half siter. Fof five
ytStrs she talked against me till
tha-old man wrote everything, in
to her' name.";
'"W woe rtiffipnlt tn arrerjt.
' &hen they gained a ; level
sfTetch of the ore road Frank
stook his head. "I don't play the
game against women, Emmett.
Pmmcit xwiveled about en his
saddle, his lips- flared back from
his teeth. "I thought you hated
women?". ; ;,:
II don't fight them with guns."
Emmett grinned crookedly. "If
itliakes it any easier I'll tell you
this what she owns '"belongs to
m There's nothing wrong in taking-back
what's .yours,She- play playing
ing playing around with Norring. He's out
to grab Rafter C with or without
her. She's so stupid she can t see
what he's after. I don't mean to
let Norring get away with what's
mine." : 1 .
Frmlr chrnffOdH "Still (loesn t
cut any mustard with me." ,;.
'-..'(.' j, ; .:' ..
'SHE Bot her claws on you al
ready?" Emmett asked caustical-
w. "Let me tell you something.
Ytfiile she's inviting Norring to pay
W visits he's stolen her 'crew

. fwim her: She's Bot nearly a hun

dred tead o' fresh remounts ready

to mve to Fort McHenry. ttow
fir do' you suppose a woman can
- haze aTbi string like that?'
- -"Not far," Frank admitted, and
t& was positive of one thing that
Iwd not been ft dead certainty
wii him before. "It was Norring
who jumped us in the Signals.'
j.jf'Right," Emmett grinned harsh-

llL. Milo Hackett roddeci t n a t
crew. He had a dozen men chas
fng us that night. The horses are
90wn mere nuw un uuc wi v v
flhg'r pasture lots.". .. ;
.They wouldnf be hard to hide
rfFthis country. Not with everyone
alraid of Norring." ;
"Well, I know where he's hid hid-ine
ine hid-ine them. We're going to take
them la way from Norring. When
Jean tries to trail that big string
around the Signals 1 11 lift the
whole bunch."
Frank found his 'attitude toward
Emmett turing more unfriendly
every moment. "Your sister
doesn't stand a show with two out
fits fighting over her
"That's it!". Emmett was scowl
ing wickedly. "We're going to
. make sure we're 1he outfit that

' comes out on top!''

- Presently Emmett drew to one

side of the ore trail, allowing
bank's chestnut to move ahead.
Frank sensed the other man's
eves against his back. He had
Iieen nicely caught in a sucker's
game. A false move on his part
wnilct send Emmett pulling on a
pirn., Reaching the summit he
glanced over his shoulder for a fi fi-uti
uti fi-uti glimpse of Cashtown, He. lo located
cated located a oosse climbing the lower
rises between the pines and under-
r j i t j
Atooa wny .emmeu iiau nioiicuvci-
ffi to get him in front of his guns.
Sheriff Chantry had c a u g h t
climpses of them on the first
Curves of the ore trail and gotten
Ugether this crew. Frank's glance
ilmttled to Emmett with fierce

. self-condemnation cutting him. He

railed himself the worst kid of a
tool for acceptig Emmett s pro
position. An hour ago he had been
3! free man without a flaw the
Jaw might find against him. Now
W-fcalf dozen hired possemen ham hammered
mered hammered their backtrail. -.
Emmett tossed his head slyly to toward
ward toward the posse, and spat defient defient-1$.
1$. defient-1$. "Lew Chantry. Did you kill Mi Mi-Hackett?"
Hackett?" Mi-Hackett?" .Wv."'.
EMMETT was shifting t he
JTarae onto him. He shook his
.Dead," still watching Emmett s
iace grow corded under emotions

rtHe said quietly, "This is one fight
411 r take tno part of, Emmett.
Jjlere's where our road forks. You
' tuck your trail I'll drift the other
-way." .
w "That's not how I want it,

3riend. You'll ride with us!"
. .tnger pulled, at Frank'r throat,

"I'll not join any ridge-runner!'
Eramett's eyes turned into na
raw slits. He shot a swifi glance
toward the lower trail and said
quietly, ''Wait, friend. It's possible
they're not after ,eithcr of us. Look
at Chantry he don't seem like
he's breaking into a sweat climb climbing
ing climbing these slants,'' :.-,,
Frank's eyes veered to the

down trail.- Then came the un unexpected
expected unexpected blast of a saddle gun.
One of the possemen pitched wild
ly unaer tinmen s snot;
Frank knew Emmett had done
this puposely to outlaw them both.
FRANK swung about,, "I ought
to kill you for that!" he murmured
between tight jaws. ;
Again that laugh in Emmetfs
brazen way. "We're both a it
now. Don't try and run against
your 'rope Lew Chantry won't let
up uu iib crippies us norse
bringing ou in." i: 5 j ;
Frtfnk was without knowledge of
tne hiding places around, tats
country He didn't have a chance
unless he rode down now and sur
rendered to uiantry. T4 do this
be d have to kill Emmett first.
There's a blind canyon yonder
a couple miles that s not as blind
as it looks. Lew Chantry's lost be
yond that rock pile. The other
side of the hill is Yates; home
stead. Not even Chantry would;
be fool enough to iumn us when
my whole outfit's "together:."
as he started downslope.'he de
cided Sheriff Chantry was shrewd
in withholding the posse's fire un
til tney closed the gap, rank de
cided he was in a fix and might.
as well go. through with Emmett.
After they had outdistanced the
posse beyond the box canyon he
could make his break. "No more
shooting if we ride together."
Emmett forged ahead, plunging
his gray between- the canyon's
jaws at breakneck speed. They
raced through the canyongs throat
lifting dust in narrows where the
sunlight coulov enter oniy from a-
jove. Frank now saw the walls
curve in a crescent shaped bow
creating an oval pocket perhaps a
half mile wide. An ugly mine
dump and the gray board mill
building he had expected loomed
against the yellow rim. Behind it
a narrow trail twisted as far as
the mine head Above that stood
only the verticil walls of the can canyon.
yon. canyon. Close as he -inspected this
pocket he could find no suggestion
of a way out. except for tmmett s
description he would have sworn
they had placed themselves in a
traD. v V.- ,-. f
Emmett: put his horse toward
the mine shack, "You see that
ledge onf our left?"" His face was
unyierding and tight "They call
this the Mojave Box.! White men
holed up here one time and were
starved to death by the Indians.'
There's a faint deer trail that tops
out from the far end of the ledge
Few suspect there a trail up
THEY swerved toward the mine
shack. Emmett raking his horse
ud to the door before quitting- sad
die. "Get down," he snapped, ten
sion putting a fresn edge 10 nis
voice. He stood with his weight
settled heavilv on his heels, his
gelding close-hauled and; blowing
noisily beside his einow. frame
kicked out pf his oxbows trying to
figure what Emmett planned.
Emmett swuns his glance a
round, satisfied. He said wryly,
"They'll figure we're shacked up
inside, and 1 Chantrv'll spend an
hour coing over the place. Dont
leave any trail sign from here
Now he led the gray by the brl
die, picking his way with expert
skin over the funty reeis, wnen
ever Frank's chestnut stepped on
to soft gravel he returned, dusting
the earth with his jacket. There
seemed a pure delight about nis
Avnrncclnn ..." ;;'
Thev worked slowly across the
basin floor leaving Denina no visi visible
ble visible sign at. all so far as Frank
could see. Frank'! eyes picked out
the ancient wash. It was rock
strewn., with occasional orusn
clinging io it. and Frank doubted
whether his chestnut could tra
vprsA that vertical sash.
Emmett watched his appraisal
of the climb. He aaid shrewdly, "I
wouldn't try this, except you r
rhestnut'a as eood I! M gray,
Use vour lines to hold up his
"You've been here before?"
Emmett nodded. "My sister
showed me first." v
Thev went ud. Emmett first.' li
terally Dulling his gray by : the
reins. :
THE wash was so steep that
Frank fought desperated for his
footing. He slid down two steps al
most knocking the chestnut's feet
from under. After that he dug his
heels into the gravel. He pulled
hard on his reins and only his
weight lifting against the bridle
kept the chestnut from rolling o o-ver
ver o-ver backwards. There was one last
moment when Frank feared the
chestnut would carry him down in
a backward somersault, then the
gelding threw all his strength in-

to a bolting forward action, push-sheds

;ng Frank upward and onto ; the
edge.' v .. -i-:.
Beside him Emmett laughed.
"Good fellow! Man ought to be
tree to live like this all his life.
That's how it was when my old
nan first came. The Mojaves had
t best of all. It was meant to be
ree country, without bickering
and small trouble men make for
themselves." -, v.
Frank removed his bat letting
the sweat released by the band
stream down his face. He was
still tense from the strain of pull

ing the chestnut up the wash.
Man has got definite obligations
Make no mistake about it the
world changes. It grows. Man
can't duck what he's cot lined out
lor rum. ;
His words brought a laugh
irom emmett. .wo obligations.
Frank. Except to himself. He's got
to live for himself the way he can
get the most out of each day."
THEY worked over the ledge.
leading their horses. The ledge
was not wide, six feet at its lim limit,
it, limit, three at the narrow portions.
At the far end Emmett climbed in
mi io ms saddle ana worked out a
faint animal run that led them o
ver the canyon's wall.
ADoui jonaman xates. He s m
Cashtown, al right. .But the y'll
never find him. Lilly Arnett's tak
ing good care of that."
,ine woras puiiea rank's gaze
around. "Lolly works at the Al
hambra.". .
"Sure, but she's not :; Norring's
woman. She's like I am wise to
milk each day dry. We both col
lect the thing$ we want.'': i
, "She sounds as t h o u g h, she
uugui, ue yuur .wuinan. ( ; .,
' Emmett let a! moment slide.
eyes smiling. "She was Rambaut's
woman. That' why she'll go out
ot her war to hero my bunch
That's why shTI be after you one
oi incse times, bne n want you
because she knows j wi were close
to i,d women are funny .that
way." t
Frark recalled the two times
she had smiled at him, promising
him nitre than he wav able to un
derstand. He was Ihclini d to a-
gree with Emmett this once. He
thought again be might be able to
make some Jeal With Lily. A Tit
tle information about Ed Kam-
baut in exchange for her talk of
vogel Cash, about Jean ami Em
mett. He would havt to get it
straight about this range. V,
There was a solitary shnt In the
lower box, then Lew Cliautry's
yell for them to surrender. The
posse though out of sight from
them now, had reached the mill
Shack.: ' : I :(.?; J i '." V',
'tnantryi swear we got our
nags inside with us,? Emmett
chuckled. "He 11 make a Sieve out
of that place before he quits shoot shoot-in'."
in'." shoot-in'." They came to a natural div division
ision division of the land; the country be before
fore before them now falling off in gra
dual Descent to the nor "i.
"Yates nomestead stands to
the east, in the- draw. Maybe six
miles.' He said this absently, with
his mind on other matters, then
he, faced obliquely to the north and
said automatically, "Softer C lies
yonder." :."-?; vv;;
The words began to sinff their
wild song through Frank's brain
He had been hoping for a break,
and then Emmett of his own von
tion had keyed the tension to its
climactic point. The strange fascl
nat'pn Emmett Cash had held for
him had transferred Itself as
though by unwitting command to
Jean Cash. All the mystery she
presented, air her complex trpu trpu-ble
ble trpu-ble and Emmttt's lashing hatred,
civ-talized itself to form a de-i
mand in Frank ho had no wish to
suppress. He would ride U Rafter
C and work for Jean.
'Emmett," he said, "111 take
this direction. The other trail is
yours."' -: ::.
Scornfully "Emmett got out
"My sister's in your blood! She'll
take "what she wants when she's
tired of you she'll use you against
Norring. :. :!, ...
' FOR that Frank knew he wouldi
kill Emmett. He studied the mov
ing lines of the man's face, deci
sion building behind Emmett s bul
ky features. All this while he was
subconsciously considering how
fast Emmett would prove with a
gun. The man had been a sleek
cat leaping into Juan's kitchen.
Then Emmetta -hand streaked
after his gun.
Emmett stopped his movement.
a faint disbelief etching itself onto
his corded features. His gaze
swung from the gun in Frank s
hand to Frank. :
"Never draw a gun," Emmett
uttered with1 dead sarcasm, "un "unless
less "unless you mean to use it." ;
Frank let his eyes remain on
Emmett until the diner's gaze fal
tered "1 owed you something. It's
paid now, Emmett. The games
square. .
"Square. But we 11 meet toon,
frlenl." v
RAFTER Clayinhardrock
country. It was good country for
hurse spread. ;
Frank rode down rutted wa
gon lane with the seU'ng sun fully
in his face. It was a Clean layout,
with a log house beneath the
yawning canyon rim. There were
and a bunkhouse across the


Intrepid Hunters Shoof
For 'Dressed' Turkeys r

The first old-fashioned Turkey
Shoot sponsored by the .San
Juan Hunt club was held at the
Garrtboa Gun Club last Sunday,
beginning at 10 a.m. and contin continuing
uing continuing until the shotguns were too
hot to hold any longer.
The sponsoring groupvis com comprised
prised comprised of It" hardy Imnters, their
kennels and club being located
In Ancon. On weekends and hol
idays they take to the Jungles
wtih their deep-.voiced hounds in
search of venison, or! wild .pork
v That they- are successf ul Is
evidenced by the fact "that -a
total of 600 venison-burgers
was available to appease the
hunger of those amending the
turkey shoot. ":.:..
Approximately 250 nersons at
tended the event. Some 20 shoot shooting
ing shooting matches 'were conducted
during the day, an average of IS
marksmen or markswomen par participating
ticipating participating in each. Prizes for the
winners consisted of dressed
turkeys, the runner-up in each
event receiving a liquid consola consolation
tion consolation prize donated by the' na national
tional national Distillery.-: ,; :
The only weapon iised on the
firing line was a shotgun, with
no great amount of skill requir required,
ed, required, and. some of th8 partici participants,
pants, participants, patfttoularly ; among the
women, had' apparently jiever
fired a shotgun before. ' ;
One Jady, who had failed to
BABY'S MOTHER This Is a re recent
cent recent picture of Mrs. SteDhen
Ruotblo. mother of .. rIx-tdpaIt-
old Cynthia ,'Ruotolo, w ho s e
body was found in a lake by
threeboys:. -': J-:.tfe h'- .,
lano, holding Dens and a romT at
the near edge of a knee-deep mea-l
f'riU- HV.nlr maIm! -
breaking pen with considerable cu curiosity.
riosity. curiosity. It was a period when horse
breakers used a rpund pen. Frank
had never seen a square Den m a.
" .u uuicu uitt s a u m r p
Kldlng In. Frank Wnnrtrrrt
wno topped off broncs frr Jean.
He heard a welcoming veil from
the corral and let his eyes fall on
an old man wavine aton th lh
fence. Even as he clung to the
lence his bowed legs were particu particularly
larly particularly noticeable, and his' creased.
sun-tanned iace and ragged white
hair made him 'ouk considerably
oldtr than he probably was.
' Frank quit saddle, leaving the
chestnut ground tethered beside a
pair of magnificent blacks, and
climbed the slab fence. Whatever
else Rafter C seemed to lack,
they had the horseflesh. The old
man on the fence parted a droop drooping
ing drooping mustache with his hand and
spat a fat tobacco stream. "Been
lookin' for you; Have trouble find find-in'
in' find-in' thcpUce?"



SHOOTERS -make -ready on .the
hold the gun properly and had
been Jarred to her heels as a re result,
sult, result, relinquished her gun and
Stated that she would save her
pennies and buy her turkeys in
the future instead of trying to
win one likey a female Daniel
Boone.,. . : : ? ..
Wrlnglnr her tingling : hands
and rubbing an-aching shoul shoulder
der shoulder she Stalked away Tke the
outraged woman she was; still
mumbling 'about a gun that
could kick like a Missouri mule.
A tasty lunch was served ? at
noon, the main entree being the
f our-ounca size venison-burgers.
Other camp cook delicacies such-
as corn on the cob, cole slaw
D.iKea. oeans and similar -: were
also furnished without cost to
the assembled hunerv host of
adults and children,, Soft dr'inits
ipr tne younger generation Were
mane, avaimme y tnrougn; the
courtesy of the. National Brew-
For those who did not care to
snoot, both exercise and recrea
tion were provided through
spuria such as soitbau and vol volley
ley volley ball, ,
"So, If your next-door neigh neighbor
bor neighbor invites you to a turkey din dinner
ner dinner this week, don't take each
bite fearing that you might
lose that bridge on a piece of
lnd:gestible buckshot. Chew
merrily ahead with the knowl knowledge
edge knowledge that, while 20 7. turkeys
were ."killed," not one was ac actually
tually actually shot in the process.
" 1 in
now Ve All Know
What Scotchmen
Vcar Under litils
BRAHMAR, Scotland, Sept. 8
(UPjQueen Elizabeth, her two
children and 20,000 Highlanders
know now an Englishman
wears-plaid shorts under his
kilt. ;
The Queen, Prince? Charles
and Princess Anne were in the
crowd.,-watchlng::the Highland
games yesterday' when .wrestler
John Bland took on an oppo opponent.
nent. opponent. ' t f
Bland govern hip heave that
threto his opponent, but Bland,'
lost his Black Watch vlaid kilt.
The falling kilt revealed for. all
to see lis fancy plaid under
shorts. :
The crowd cheered, the Queen
burst tout laughlne. The roval
children giggled.
me 25-year-old Bland fled,
trailing the kilt behind him.
That was the most embar embarrassing
rassing embarrassing moment ot mv life." he
said later. "... .
Defies l!:n
To Remove Old C
rI!o Parking W
ELIZABETH. NJ.. Sent. 8 (UP)
A 70-year-old widow routed a
crew of Board of Works Depart
meni employes today with a
warning that they could remove
a ."no-pancine" s en f mm before
ner nouse out only ,"over my
ut-aa Doay.
The workmen appeared at the
home of Mrs. Mary Coleman to
comply with an ordpr hv the
works department to cut down
on tne number of courtesy "no "no-parking"
parking" "no-parking" signs in th citv.
When the workmen appeared
mrs. woieman, a member of tne
Union County Democratic Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, rushed out of the house
and wrapped her arms around
the sign.- -
"The late Mavnr Snitmh Brn-
phy gave me that sign," she
cried, "and you will take it away
over my dead body." -
me crew, alter pondering the
Situation. Withdrew nithmit the



firing line for their chance

A, SHOOT-OFF between Marie Bennett (left) and Marie Weber, high scorert In the
ladies' events. The tag on the belt of Mrs. Bennett indicates that she has already won
a turkey. n ,, r : ; ,;(


campcook" specialties. (Photo by Dick Johns);

VVINItK IN AUUUO I lunoriISe,sEniand. CXDCrienres a Innrh

nonth of August ; A freak hail storm had residents in snow boots shoveling their walks clear o
jfey'QVwet stuff. The bad storm, followed bj heavy rains, caused flooding and other damage.'

at a fat turkey. (Photoby Dickliolnisl

their families partake of


- ""venlson toWers nrf. thr
' J
nf uinfpr In fho hnf

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t. ....


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J 2 rj

A Puzzling Route
For Anyone to Follow



5-! d 1 ". J'-" i
.ctTw !r:r .v'


IN an uptown garsga, there are
six separate storage rooms,
Cv of which axe occupied by
automobiles. In the diagram
they are marked A, B, CV D and
E and. are arranged as ahown.
The owners of cars D and B art
leaving town, and their cars will
- not be needed for some months.
Tbt owner of the garage, there
fore, desires to put these cars'
Into the lower right and left",
rooms. There la, however, room
for only one car In each com-
partment and compartment No,'
2, -which opens Into the Street,;
.. must be kept vacant. But It can
be used for switching cars.
In how few moves can you
change the locations of the cars,
so that E will change places with
B, and. P with C? It can be-doue
ln twenty moves pr less., -
Cut cardboard squares and let let-.
. let-. ter them from A to B, place
them as shows above, and move
, them from square to square until
vmi t ears A and ID in traces

ties, a two and a one. Or, one Na 5 respectively, and
fifty, two twenties, pne. Ave cars D, C and B In spaces Ho. 4,
four twos. ; . ; bd respectively.
What's wrong with the story t tcob
; Sonn qms oe s,ijj, smjubv ; ;souo n J muoui ni iioulog

Bill of Goods
rQAKES" change from a J200
bill was S103. He bad his
choice of receiving his change in
eight bills In either of two ways,

Hafould have had five twen-

Some -Trickery With Corns

- I n&tm are twelve 'Communities to which Koran
' KJsh, R.FJX star-route carrier, delivers mail In
. his auto, and he serves, all the farms in between
. them. The roramunltles are miles apart, up hill
and down dale, but their relative positions are in indicated
dicated indicated roughly in the map above.
' '.''Mr. Klsh must follow the exact route prescribed
fey postal authorities. This route is the best and
fastest, if not -the shortest, to" visit aeh of the
" twelve communities. Mr,. Klsh often remarks there
is only one right way to do a thing, which may give
you a clue to the route he follows. y
. Starting at the place marked J (as Mr. Kish
hves and gets mail there), go to each community ;
.only once and along roads that do not cross each
iJoihcsi and spjJl MUfelJOMJKlSlLlatefl- ;
no tpjoA sqi Sttmsdt tjsjjar J!H1 jo nouKU
ITS usually a good practice In solving crypts to
begin with the assumption that "e" and the
moat frequently used vowel and consonant, will be
the letters most often substituted for. But not in
this one. No, in, the quote presented below as a
aufcetituttoa crypt, the most frequently occurring
vowel Is 1" and the most frequently occurwrtng con consonant
sonant consonant la "s." With that information as starting
Ciues, you should be able to break it down quickly:

; Figure Conscious?
POM" the figures that are
given, you can deduce which

digits are represented oy the x's v ,
to Ujis problem in nutttlplicatloB; ; PutCHtP BOOKS
- ir yxS rx)UR books which he recently

- .1 purchased, are piled op Junior's
. f v study table.
' The mathematics book has a
t black ewer. r

. , '. 1 The radio book was written by
1 8 k S 0 Brown, i
m. etiW'n saW"!.5 i The book an pe. with W
pnininui i ao topi "jr r pages. Is hot the book with the
- . .i J- i A 4 ki -.fcinW niMumt nine

nr..?- i tih'. ri. .

. musical iiTx-up

A Leafy Patchnvrk (!) Classic Enigma

r S x

CAN you pair the following
musical instruments below
(left) with the nicknames (right)
by which they are known In the
musical vrorldT All are common
Slang expressions in everyday





t. Accordion

X Bull Fiddle
S. Ocarhia
4. Trombone
ft. Cfauinet
9. Piano

a. Doghonsa
b. Licorice stick
c Eighty-eight
d. -Squeeze box
e. Sweet potato
'(. Slash pump


. -uoijij3Aao3 a( n inuoj Xij
e qsnt Jpan ri9ffl eXdiiip Xiiuoa qoiqa ui buj uu t

' Seeing Things Double

j-j -((.j f-f -p-t tawaisf
It's Simply. Division
BEGINNINa with a eertatn
number, a divisfoa is made
with 7 four times. If the re remainders
mainders remainders t hi the divisions (no

Inches by seven Inches.

' The law book sneainres Six
indues by four Inches, while the
book of 100 pages Is seven Inches
ry five Inches.
Tie book with de green sever
eras written by Jones, and the
book with the yellow cover Is
ut to the bottom book;
' Smith fat the author of the top
book,, while the one next to it
measures eight inches by alX(

On book Aaa 200 page nd OU can pour smoke front one
the book wit J30 pagea was 1 glass to smother.

TWO eouples were fis,vtog sua
I evening of bridge,. During a
letrtrp, when the hostess had gone
out to get toe usual platter of
sandwiches and the lemonade,
ene of the men, who is a puszUst,
produced this coin poser, V -Ho
collected a dozen eolns
dimes and pennies rora bis
pocket and arranged them on the
table in the fWn of s. square,
; with four coins on each aide, as
to the diagram, fie challenged
the onlookers to move the posi positions
tions positions of four ot the corns in such
a way that there would be five
ot the dimes or "pennies on each
of the four sides.
.The host finally solved the'
poser. HowT
tnoa no nioa po 'I to g oa
: w g uo t 'ok oioe 'j on ioa
Man, K J0 iawlS

Pouring Smoke

GRANDMA GREENE looks forward with pleasure
to the colorful panoramas nature paints with

trees each autumn. She loves to see the maples,
oaks, gums, beeches, dogwood and their woodland
neighbors la dresses of red, green, yellow, purple,
orange, green and brown. One of her hobbles is
making water color sketches of autumn leaves.
Another ot Grandma Greene's bobbles is quilting.
Her leaf sketches suggested the above design for
t a quilt Now she has a problem. She wants to use
patches of only three colorsgreen, orange and
yellow without having any adjacent patches of
the same color,
Perhaps you can solve Grandma Greene's prob problem.
lem. problem. Use crayons of three different colors, or a
black peacQ In three different shadings, and work
out a color scheme for her, Remember, no two ad adjacent
jacent adjacent patches are to be the same color.
Matching Wits Tester

A hundred and ; one by fifty
.. divide.
And next let a cipher be duly
And if the result yon should
rightly divine, ;
ffoa'U find that the whole makes
: but one oat of nine.
nana pio m tf tim tsnm
"IK ddH eqi jo uo ,.'Xio
-m o Mum em oho 'oro
'I1D 13 usav em pay o siuuina
bukh esa )snui tux iteoa
"TWELVE sisters, meeting each
' other at a reunion dinner
after many years, each kissed
all of the others. j, v
Bow many kisses were there
in all?



,s... n .... i.;;...

Helping Yourself


written by Bobhtson.

i .What are the subjects of the
: books in order from bottom up?
.. isfiwi
'etpma swrai oipiu !wv

...... . 11 ...

Wrst. moisten the Inside of

two- tall, narrow glasses by rins- TTERB'S a poser that few are able to solve quickly.

4 After you have worked out, try it out as a

Seating Probleiri

fractions being oermlssible) in

JONES' oculist took up a pointer and asked order are 2, 0, 3 and 4, and the CIVE married couples happened

nnai answer is o. wnat was wie ; to meet at a resort ooiei, anu
original answer Tvi"e: : 0f the grdup proposed' that
nii-iwj put paipnnq .? they should rup together at the
u, Punottt 'fij'-i7f,i til, tathe dining

room, witii the wives In the same

Mr. Jones to read off six cohsecutiva letters of

the alphabet from a chart. ; i :
To his surprise, Mr. JoneS stared in an opposite
direction and read out the letters exactly as they
appeared. For Mr. Jones was looking In a mirror
In which the chart and pointer were reflected and
It so happened that the six consecutive letters looked
exactly In the mirror as they did on the ehart. Mr.
Jones, therefore, read them without difficulty. That
being so, what six different letters were indicated
. by the oculist? V '". "' v.'
SAtirmtnoa joe j Xairi misasj m
nn in pu Mi9)ii o P W 1 'H V 'bsjbaw ot euiBS

m pwm hjih i m a n M jmi u.

" Turnabout Word "t.
A- PALINDROME Is a wore)
spelled' the same In" either
direction, forward ot' backward.
Can you transpose the two-

groups of letters below lr(to one

seats, always, so long

but them with : a little water.

Take a mouthful of smoke and
hold a glass to your lips, tilted
only slightly downward. Open
your mouth and, without effort,
let the smoke drift into the glass
slowly and settle.
- When the mouthful Is expelled,
turn your head away slowly; .any .any-slight
slight .any-slight breeze will spoil the ex
aeriment. p'v-- '!." ''
Repeat this procedure nntn the

as each glass Is filled with smoke, which

man could, seat himself between

' two of. the Women 'but nevet
next. to his wife. How many
sappers could they havo to-
gether?" ; ' '7

fAUnarome wora: y Effip. viRi .IPi,M pMin0i)s qi wpiin

M4J S pJBA etu, iiaauiy t aaddns asi pitioa 4UX

will settle to the bottom nke a
liquid. Then bring the other glass glass-alongside
alongside glass-alongside and carefully pour the
Smoke from one to the other.
' After a few experiments you will
find you can perform this spec

tacular stunt with; no difficulty.

' party table Ice-breaker.

Toull note that 34 matches have been placed to
.form nine squares. They hay? been numbered' for,
convenience. If matches sxe not handy, "us tooth toothpicks.
picks. toothpicks. f .'i
By removing three different groups of four
I matches each, seven, six an .live; isqilares,. respec respec-t
t respec-t tlvely, remain. ''',..
The problem Is to decide which matches are
' taken s.way so that the correct number of squares is'
' left as required. The matches that are removed are
to be replaced before 'working out each part of the
, This poser can be used as a competition between
Individuals ot teams vying against each other for
the fastest tine. ... . r
sab WAa ot pus ft 'J sjipitai ITi(X wnhs
sis sato bh gf'H HI mo anouiH -Sfcimnbs

MAM A0 PUS B I t t3UI umwa ;ny

J ' .- Jaj- .h h-.rrheth 0-DanIsh author of1 fairy tales. ites. Uudg. 8:2)

1 1

i V i

1 ERE'S a proolem testing in

dividual patience and apti

tude for analysis. All you have
to do Is count the number of tri triangles
angles triangles In this figure all shapes
and sizes of triangles; triangles
within triangles, etc V
- Warning:, this is going to re require
quire require more time than you may
suppose at first glance.
What's the total?
ilireij tl J aisqx lv
Count the Men
A CERTAIN army division has
a little over 20.000 men. It
has five brigades. One-third of
the first brigade, two-sevenths of
the second brigade, seven seven-twelfths
twelfths seven-twelfths of the third brigade,
nine-thirteenths of the fourth
brigade and fifteen-twenty-see-onds
of the fifth brigade happen
In each case to be the same num number
ber number of men.
How many men are In each
Brigade? -aim zwt
I fine oCi't 'Wi :T9"9 '019 8 'J-P

IV you think counting toe u um umber
ber umber of triangles In this figure
. is easy. Just try it Remember
now, not right ,anglea, but tri triangles.
angles. triangles. :: -) i
- titSmiJ
xis-oaa) x sjsqx twumos
.:. f ':
Checker "Solitaire
VV7HEN alone, and other pas pas-W,
W, pas-W, times have" become bore bore-some
some bore-some without i companion,
checker solitaire can be played
With interest. ; '
- Place all twenty-four checkers
around the two outside rows of
the board, regardless of color and
on either red or black squares.
The men are to be moved from
one square to another only by
Jumping one or more men diag diagonally
onally diagonally forward or backward as
a "king" does In the regular game
The object of the. game is by
Jumping to get rid of all the
checkers except one.
Study each move carefully be before
fore before you make a Jump and you
can win.

Bw Euqene shentr

1 Dandies. :
. 6 Who was described as a "plain.
man"? (Gen. 25:27) -,
10-Strike lightly.
J 3 Medley.
14 Crowing out
15- "lf jm ox i a man or s
' woifian, that they die: then
i the ox shall be surely stoned.
(Ex. 21:28) :;
18 City in Nevada. p o
17 Leases. 7 r- .. 1
IB On the sheltered side.
ID Apostle who collected customs
at Capernaum.
. 21 What king of Sidon was fa-
ther of Jezebel? (I KL 18:S1
23 Who was the father of Cush?
(Gea 10.6)
- 25 "And put a knife to thy throat,
if thou be s man given to
.".(Pr. 23:2) . .
29 "And if Christ be not j
your faith Is vain; ye are yet
In your sins." U Con I5;17)
S3 Meadow.
34 Merits. j
3 ft Prevent from action.
37 Case for small srtlcles.
3 Prophet who reproved the
Israelites.. : t
4t Learning. ' .
42 Cesses from action.
44 Rotates.
46 Long, narrow Inlet
47 Deals with.
49 "Blessed be the Lord God of
Israel: for he hath visited and
his people." (Luke, 1:68)
51 Form of potter's wheel.
53 Even (poet)
54- Hero of David's guard q
Chron. 11:48)
S7 Wearisome. 1
61 On the ocean.
62 "Canst thou fill Ms skin with
- barbed : T or his head with
fish spears?" (Job 41:7)
64 Mountains In Russia.

68 "The of the mountains Is

hii nastura. and he searcheth

after every green thing." (Job
67 Feminine name. ..
68J"The of truth shall be
established for ever: but a lr-
t ins tongue Is but for a mo moment"
ment" moment" (Pr. 12:19)
69 Luster. :
70 Appear.
1 "And the earth was without
. and void." -(Gen. 1:2) ..
2 Genus of Old World fees.
3 Liquid measure.
4 Paqify.
5 A rpajor Hebrew prophet
6 Again. .... ..
7 "Which of you by' taking
thought add one cubit
unto bis stature?" (Mat 6:27)
S Fish-eating mammal
9 Rouse to action.
10 Unit of weight in Jndia.
11 Plane surface.
12 Tear off. j
15 What angel was sent by God
to announce to Mary the birth
of Christ? (Luke 1:26)
20 "Love your enemies, do good
to them which you."
' (Luke 6:27)
22 "Thou anolntest my with
oil; my cup runneth over."
(Ps. 23:5)
24 Blame.
2- Wide-awake.
26 Apostle who was a fisherman
27 Halt temporarily.
28 Jog. V
30 "He maketh the a calm,
so that the waves thereof are
stilL" (Pa 107:29)
31 Weird. ; -,
32 "Sanctify, the Lord of hosts
, Himself; and let Him be your
fear, and let Him be your
(Isa, 8:13)
35 Withered.
38 "There was a certain man in
Caesarea called Cornelius, a
centurion of the band called
the band." (Acts 10:1)

C 1934, Klag realms eradicate, la.

43 Pierce."
45 "Ask, and It shall be given,,
-. you; i and ye shall and."
(Mat 7:7)
48 "O my dove, thou art In the
. clefts of the rock, in the
secret places of the (S.
' of S. 2:14)
52 A friend of Judah (Gen. 38:1)
64 She caused the death of SI SI-sera,
sera, SI-sera, general of the Canaan-;

85 Who is the son of Nagge m

the genealogy ox cnruiT
(Luke 3:25) t
55 "He that sowetb iniquity shall
- vanity." t
87 A dean of St Paul's, London.
58 Voided escutcheon.
. 59 Adam. 1
80 What country was originally
peopled by descendants of
. Shera? -3

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DBj; REPORTS oh select new
" cooks o tnteres to Xomi
mvftmen, hobbyist and collec collector.
tor. collector. Beleoted by dark Kitwaird.
All Tea Need to Know About
Dogtv by Hayes Blake Hoyt
(Putnam, 158 pagest Si). "The
biting d.- is usually confused
rather thaa vicious,". Mrs. iroyt
. ;:, la'ais. "Often he is as animal
trained for centuries to be brave
and somewhat aggressive, and in
growing op he has been teased
or abused to the point where he
natarally defends himself. As a
result ha learns that by biting"
that the teasing stops. This same
type of dog, properly brought up
by love and by discipline based
on understanding,, makes glori glorious
ous glorious pet! and protector.'. This
- chatty guide book for the fancier
'of man's so-called best friend is

comprehensive textually, but It Is
poorly illustrated. !.. ",.,

Minerals for Atomlo Energy;
bi Robert D. Nlninger (Van Nos Nos-trand,
trand, Nos-trand, 00 pages: $8). The orig original
inal original edition .of this 20th Century
Prospectors'' Guide, Issued In
1964, aroused sufficient Interest
for It to run through four print printings
ings printings rapidly.-' Mr Nlntager has
made revisions to bring the lh-
formation on. where uranium ores
may be found, and on State pros-
pec ting regulations and laws, up-to-date.
It is the basic reference
work on the subject .There are
excellent Illustrations,' soma of
tbem In full color.
The German Photographic An Annual
nual Annual -1958, edited by Dr. Wolf
Strache .. (Distributed by .Crown,
120 pages! $7.50). The classio
"Das Deutsche LichtbUd" h'avtng
been re-established after a hiatus
of IS years, the American Pho
tographlo Book Publishing Co,
arranged for an American trans translation
lation translation of the annual. While it is
devoted entirely to the1 work of
German cameramen, no art Is
more universal in Its appeal than
photography, and 136 technically
annotated plates (8 In full color)
chosen by Dr. Strache have In International
ternational International interest. ., i
. Coin Collectors' Handbook, by
Fred Rejnfeld (Sterling, 128
pages: 12.60). Got an 1885 dime
bearing an 'S mintmark nd in 1
prime condition? It can get you
$160. Mr. Belnfeld estimates
the market values of all United
States coins issued up through
1952, in a' revised edition of his
guide to coin collecting for pleas pleasure
ure pleasure and profit.' l :


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BEAUTIFUL HAWAII With scenic Hanauma bay as a
bckdrop,' these" Hawaiian lovelies emerge from a dip
' in the Pacific, Beverly Rivera (left) once-was Miss
.Hawaii.'i Her pcttty companion is Cwdelia Wysard.

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FOR THREE CENTURIES Dressra in special costumes; these children' M)artid
pating in (he 300-year-old festival, of the Tomioka Hachiman shrine in the Koto .I'v
ward of Toyko.' A portable shrine was carried during celebration- ij the streets. v


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7' VWNSTED BEFORE AND AFTER--One year ago, flood waters susged pavement was undermined and the street, fell thriee feet. Today, 'one
, . through the town of Winsted, Conn., and left behind a canyon of year latere the Main street looks like photo at the right. 'The shops
H debris. .At left, is the town's Main street.. Ground underneath the have been rebuilt and the homes qn left side havebeen torn down.

WHO'S WHO. at the ZOO :

,',TF THE,YOUNG5TERS can't get out to the zoo this week, try showing them -V J'
A these scenes from" the New York City. zoo. These denizens feature Pinky and'"' l"
vandy," elephants, a gray crane hwk-and' a swan and some cygnets. Pinky, being V
.-a superior panhandler, to outreach Candy in the contest for spoils f;om'visf7''
(top). The gray crarte hawk (center), comes in for t landing Notice long legs 7: v'
with their thaip talons. This hawk is Wader and hunts frogs, snakes nd li7ards
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president of the Ccnol Zo ne Branch of Jhe : National
l-ccg ae of American Pen Women paints a portrait of -pang
ballet (dancer Karen Mcgnuson. Mrs. De Young is
trganizmg the Christmas Card Preview and Autographing
Pcrty, which vill be held at the Hotel Tivoli, Wednesday
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CLERICAL WORK TOO There are always lo;s of odds and ends to be taken care of In any
project. Christmas Cards have to be bundled and itemized before the Pen Women party,
Wednesday. Here a small group settle down to some of the less glamorous chores. From left
to right Pegy Miller, Marlon Cosgtove, Thor a Smith and Jean Bailey.


Story and Plctora
Christmas in the Panama manner
will be presented to the Isthmian
community on Wednesday at the
Tivoli Guest House when artists
and writers of the Canal Zone
branch, National League of Amer American
ican American Pen Women introduce their
new Christmas cards specially de de-si
si de-si ened for sending from Panama.

Tbe occasion will also mark the

drawings and verse. Their interpre interpretations
tations interpretations have fceen varied, front
Peter Johnson's silk-screen render'
ings of local, scenes, to Betty
Beqts' tropical flowers themes, to'
Trizie Briceno's shetching Christ Christmas
mas Christmas in a bohio.
Many of the cards have -accompanying
verses by Pen Women
poets, from jingles -to .religious
verse. Catsy Taylor did a pen and-
ink ulretrh with a man., i niillina

debut of Jean Bailey's new collec-j theme showing Christmas la the
tion of children's verse "Panama U.S. and Christmas in Panama,
Pattie" and the introduction of the 'which inspired writer Pecey MuV

second edition or the children's fer's verse:

book, "The Pelican Tree and Oth-

erPanama Adventures" by Jean
Bailey, Elizabeth Lamb, and Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia M a r k u n, illustrated by
Jeanne Beaudry.
The pre-Christmas fair will be
gin at 4 p.m. with a tea for par parents
ents parents and lollipops for the kiddies,
and at p.m. become a cocktail
party for the evening hours. All in interested
terested interested members of the communi community
ty community are invited to attend.
It has been Christmas in Sep September
tember September for the Pen Women, who
have been working overtime to in
terpret artistically eur unique
"Christmas on the Isthmus" in


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"The Christmas Star ;
Shines everywhere
And Christmas joy ;
Is nowhere rare. :
- From far away v. '"
' . The wish is clear f
A Christmas, gay,
' A glad New Year."

Florist. Pat Morgan turned nat naturally
urally naturally to nature themes in her
cards. For one she used Panama
woodroses, for which she 11 well,
known for using in dried flower
arrangement jand her artistic cor

sages, learning up wiin writer
Sue Cora Odom, she produced a
card showing Panama woodroses
in a basket. '

mother Peggy is busy with organizing details, Malic and
'Robbie Miller become absorbed In advance copies of Jean
Bailey's new book, "Panama Pattie." The book will be
launched at the Pen Women party, Wednesday. '


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Santa Clans has hot be- 1 forgot forgotten
ten forgotten in Christmas on the isthmus.

Muriel ue Young, branch r resident
of the group, put Santa ( 'in into

I a native cayuco and sot him a a-drift
drift a-drift on the Chagres Rivrr amid'
palm trees, while Jean I...iey set
him 'down, near the llirarior

1 1 Locks in her card.
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!; Christmas is brought out in tha
card designed by Betty Higgins,
s with verse by Marion Cosgrove,

and in-the popular Panama naei-.
miento pictured in Patricia Mar
kun's card. ;
The poinsetlia, which ..grows so
fit, ar.ntlw in P.nam. ruu-kAP.

hoods in December is the theme

of Ariine Raymonds card, while
Nina Morton went off to sketch a
halive hut for her presentation. ; ;
This is the fifth year that Pen

Women have given a pre-Christ.
mas affair, beginning with Chri ,t
mas bazaars and working into a
combination of the efforts of art artists
ists artists and writers to offer souvenir
cards of a Panama Christmas and
books for Christmas giving.;

COMBINED EFFORT In some cases writer .and artist have
combined their work to mate a Christmas card. Others are
all the work of one person. Here, Betty Higglns and Marlon
Cosgrove, who have teamed uo to make a card with a reli religious
gious religious theme, decide what colors to use.

1 Jean Bailey's "Panama Pattie,t
will be autographed by, the au author
thor author r at the Christmas fair, and
there will be an exhibition of the
photographs from wmch she did

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AT- ART CLASS Pen Woman pete Johnson instructs Mrs..
JullaYi. F. Harrington during one of the Pallette Group art
classes at the Johnson home. Pete'' Is always. the first ot
the Pen Women to have a new Christmas card ready.


Slmpt-on takes the book con-1
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tabling samples of new Peni

'.Vomeii Christmas cards to 'show

her neighbors In Las Cumbres.



I WOODROSES AKE NEW TOEMK 7at Morgan and tbe wifo
of Mayor Fowtll of Miami Beach pditme the woodroses, 1
" v.'hich Pat ujscU as a molil ior her Chriitmas card. t


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her Ulusii ationsr One of the vers verses
es verses in the book is about that Inter Interesting
esting Interesting creature, the sloth, of which
she write from the viewpoint of
a child banging from. .her ankles
from a crossbar. .' .
. "I'm a sloth ; V
.Hanging from a tree, :v
And I can see
What a sloth can see. ,C
; Branches crissed
Across the sky,
And a big fat Buzzard
; i Flying by."
v The second printing of "The Pel Pelican
ican Pelican Tree and Other Panama Ad Adventure"
venture" Adventure" has been occasioned by

a sell-out of the first edition of

this volume of stories and poems
of JPanama. In the three years
since the book was launched at a
Pen Women's autographing party,
it has proved a popular Christmas
Rift. Since the original book was
dedicated to the authors' and il illustrator's
lustrator's illustrator's children,' the, new edi edition
tion edition .includes the iour children
bora since: - (-.-
"Newest branches
On the Pelican Tree" 1 r"
Are Davy and Paul, n
- Pat and wee Thora LeeA 1

Music will be brought into this

artistic occasion by the debut of

a Christmas song written especial especially
ly especially for our celebration of the Nati
vity in Panama. Entitled "Pana

ma Noel,", with music by Beverly
Friedman and words by Patricia

Markun, it will be sung during

the evening by a Pen Women's

trio. - - i ".'
Nina 'Morton.- who Qualified as a

Pen Woman with a background as
a New York fashion designer, will
present a surprise interpretation
of what a designer gives for Christ

mas presents. .: ' -4 V ;

Members Of the Isthmian com community
munity community who are weary of sending
New .York-made snow scenes as

their Christmas cards and chil
dren's books about life in the U.S.

back to children in the States are

looking forward to the Pen Women

made opportunity to see cards and

nooks especially for Christmas

Panama style, on Wednesday. To

tne newcomers', frequent Question

"Do you even have Christmas here
with no snow?" the Pen Women

are presenting Panama's answer.


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PLANNING THE SKO'.V Pen Women make pi arts for the hanging of the show' which will
form a background for the Pen Women Party. Each Christmas card will be mounted by its
designer on a display board.' These will be hu ng together with an exhibition of photographs
from which Jean Bailey made the drawings to Illustrate- her new book, "Panama- PaUie.'

From left to right Jean Bailey, Muriel de Young, Catsy Taylor, pete Johnson, Jean
nusson, Peggy Miller, pat Morgan, Nina Morton and Gene Simpson. . v

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HUSBAND ARE CALLED IN TO HELP Jen Women feel no false pride about asking for help
- and advice from the male members of their families. In spite of their necessarily all-feminine
membership, they know that many a show would never be hung without the sturdy
backs and wise counsels of their husbands. Here Muriel de Young discusses her Christ-'
mas card layout with husband Charles. f, ,...;;.-....,. r. -

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ty rt-ty Bents shows the 'hibiscus
which insured sth design far
her new Christmas card. Pen
Women have made aa effort to
get' the feeling of Christmas In
raiama la their irorfc .'

, STILL. IN UNIFORM Catsy Taylor
party meeting from her Job at Fort

wearing her nurse's uniform. Here sh

over Uie new selection of Pen Women

comes to the last
Clayton dispensary

3 and Pete Johnson-

Christmas cards.

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;:r.IST.'.HS CAROL IN SEPTEMBER Beverly Friedman
plays while Patricia Markun sings a Christmas song -written
by the latter and composed liy the former. This Panama
Christmas Carol, combined with a madonna design by Jeanne
Beaudry makes an unusual and exciting card. At the Pen
Women party, Wednesday, a trio composed of Patricia Markun,
Thora Smith and Marion Cosgrove will sing the song, to
I'everly Friedman's accompaniment. .. U

SILK SCREEN USER Pete Johnson stands by the silk ii'cen,
she used to make one of her new cards for the Christmas j
Card preview. A tropical scene with a bohlo Is the basis of 1
this design. r

wm amo puatMHts t TMt pawm iMffvicAR penae, MC
, founds at n iKituL, aa a
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men Oret la. 170 Cintral Avamic orrweaw t xa 13t Omtai
Fomiom itsvmuHTATivtat jgshua PovtiH), inc.
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.t -,.- e7 Csda Nash J 1 r
I always found my daughter's beaux .. 1 s Z
Invisible as the emperor' clothes, , ; (
And I could hear of them bo more
Than tho slamming of an auto door.

My eiUck would then slip p to roost; .--
They were, I finally deduced,
Concealing tactfully, pro tern,
: Not boys from me but me from toens.
- .- a.' .'TEX ABSKNTESS ...
. '
The Wealthy human child will keep
Away from home, except to sleep.
Were it cot for the tonumn cold,
, Our young wt never would behold.
wf, ' r
. Mr. Longfellow spoke only part of the truth, V
-. Though a fatherly poet of preeminent rank;
. A girl's will is the twister's will.
: It can drlre a parent through a tve-lath nlaak.
'T y ftedetlsk Kbrlgh ; '
A pox on Mr. Pitney, plague on Bowes,
v Purveyors of the horrid postage meter!
Vase roots of all & stamp collector's woes,
; I hope their visa's cancelled by St. peter'.
'. Scare as a whooping crane the 2c. rose. ,
; Gone with the dodo bird the Sc. green. '
: Come, Carry Nation, do In Pitney-Bowes,
-; And swing your axe on every last machine 1


AH Poems Courtesy of The New Yorker.


squirrel" ear wends its way through traffic ea a biwy Moorow
k J w-Mntd, Mr-eooled motor aad is reported
Mh f"- Photo and eeptiomaaterial from Soviet mutm.

r." ; r.Z ZTlZTZDSiud of Egypt's ancient Queen Nefertitt. Women's Utit
fiMttuuns have, completed the cycle, running over (bout 3,309 years. Left, Ronnie Coodlctf?!
.models the latest" in winter hat fashions at a show in London. England. Right, the famous
bust of Queen r'efsrrt.'.i herssLf, shows her also modea& the "latest" in feminine headdress, '

Tbo- 7t:liinnton Merry-Go-Rcund

WASHINGTON In a memo 'search would euarantee tU onr. Uratvil kkmit'. ti.;i u.....

suppressed by Atomic : Energy atioa by the time me reactor is' ties, overruled the cadets. T

rw wna atomic eompiewei a nw iv me sclea- Tbe SJspnish professor also came

svieousu nave warned stcrntv.uats dbeuted this. to rffn ith

erpears deubtAd," they mst the boy smderstood peaih
wrote, "that sufficient experimen-so weU 'ke didn't need to cheat,
tal Huormation will be available I However, this didn't erase the
m time to give assurance of safe cadet court's actios. Unrtw too

.-ii Kei,,,Br. lumlar but the present .. (research) pro-'the "silent treatment" from bis
i?i i V"""1 "ctor at gram of the AUG to ampUied and fellow cadets. This would bare

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hot radieactive heap that couldn't I
bet ouched for six months. Pin- Even an accelerated program,
aled scientists still haven't found they added, mieht not "sire suf-

Yet Strauss, ignoring the urgent operation of this reactor at the ng up his chance to follow m his

that tho "fast breeder'' newer


eier no. approved lor construc

tion Mtsidn- Cetrou may "risk

wo neaiw- ana safety of the pub-

meant the other cadets could not

talk to him for the remainder of

his academy career.

Herewith And sAutlon to Sunday Cmatwerd Pus-

lie Mo. K3, published today.

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advice of his awn safety xnrt

okayed construction of the same
design atomic power plant m De Detroit's
troit's Detroit's populous back yard. The
150,000-kilowatt plant will be built
by the Power Reactor Develop Development
ment Development Company whieh, like, the

vixon-iaies 'wmDine, was formed
by several private companies.
Thoueh there isn't i icmt In

It, Strauss has guarded the era-l

narrassing memo as if it were a
blueprint of the H-bomb. He care-:

muy stamped it "top secret" be-

Lagoona Beach site on the time! famous uncle's footsteps.

schedule presently proposed." Note: Gilt is a son of Mamie's
yore lightening, the safety ex- sister, "Mike" Moore. ;
perts suggested the reactor might

For Rachel Eapesod

The nutria has front news Eke

a uionkey, back feet like a duck.

even blow up. They were "not
satisfied," they said, "with the
evidence presented that no cred

ible supercritictalitv accident re

sulting from ths meltdown could a head shaped like a beaver's.

breach the containers ithus eaus-j whisker's like a walrus and chisel
ing a nuclear explosion)." sharp tusks that appear- to br
They agreed that "bold steps," t stained with chewing, tobacco,'
sueh as licensing the private com- These motley features are at
Kin tj hi:"l fast Iir.l0r f.nff.' Srhed tA a riu1tf.ntr KaiIv 1b Aiu.h

fore showing it, as required by j tors, were important "But,"i a manner as to resemble a clum-

w, w uie juiDk congressional, they concluded, "the committee sy over-sizea rat.

atomic energy committee. Chair

man Clint Anderson (D..N.M.)

angruy returned it with a demand
that the security classification be
removed. But.strauss agreed only
to change the stamp from "top
secret" ta 'administratively confidential.-
. -
. Quotes Secret Memo

Similarly, be has turned down a

sdoe not feel that the steps to be This unlikely -animal has be betaken
taken betaken should be so bold as to risk! come the object of the latest

the health and safety of the pub- racket in fur pelts. Unscrupulous


Note: Strauss is pushing the De Detroit
troit Detroit project to. demonstrate that
private utilities can develop aom aom-ic
ic aom-ic power alone. The combine in insists
sists insists on the risky "fast breecer
design, because it produces plu
tonium as a by-product. Plutoni

um caa be sold at a fat profit

demand by Michigan's Governor! to the government for use in nu-

mennea -a o a p y Williams to clear weapons. ;

mane we oocuRieni puoiic. ine

governor argued futilely that the
proposed reactnr might endanger

ciuxens ox nis state.

Ike's Nephew Accvsed

promoter; are conning the gullible

into raising nutrias for the fur
market. : i
It's not the fur-bearing nutria,
however, but the human suckers
who get caught in the trap.
Here's the sales pitch these pro-

utvvvi o use, Aint aMuiaiag nifj
worth $1,000 a pair, that a pen
costs $18, that feed and. handling
costs run less than three cents a
day, that nutrias are disease re-'
sistant, that heir pelts are worth
$75 each, that the chisel sharp

teetfi are pure ivory and valuable

OtW of Vt Pttiut' kt V.r

Despite all Strauss's nrecau- secrets how .President Eisen- for cosume iewelrv. that the

tions, this column has obtained a, bower's, nephew was railroaded .rus mustache can be clipped for
copy of the hush-hush memo. Here 'out of the military academy making hir. quality brushes, tx
are some of the more explosive can now be told. autrla meat is considered a dtli

passages. He is Richard Gtll, who quietly cacy in South America

"The committee believes,! left west Point three years ago Hundred of prospective breed

tb. A&C s scientists, "there rather tbaa face the "silent treat- ers, who have paid $1,000 a pair
lUfQcient information avail- ment" from his fellow cadets. lie for nutrias, have learned tli

is mi

able at this time to give assur-f was discharged recently after

ance that the PIDC reactor can 'serving bis Army hitch as a pri

on operated at this site without vate.
public hazard." Ike's young relative was ac

iae sciCHtsis acknowledged, cused by another cadet of cheat

however, that they could not say, ing in a Spanish exam. A cadet! fish and game regulations, one
for sure tho reactor would be un- court found him guilty of viorat-jthat meets all spcitiatioo costs
safe., Strauss had claimed in is- ing the honor svstem. But a fac-1459. The other claims, wo aico

suing tho license that new re-j ulty hoard, possibly mora sophis-' bunk.

truth. The finest animals arc
worth no more than $150 per pair.
Their pelts sold for $1.23 to $1.9
each in Louisiana last season.
Pens must he escape proof under



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Parties. Scramble
Xi' FETER EDSoil .1:1

WASHINGTON (NEA La-1 jfardless Vsex Creater aid to Oms
Twm Day's principal -interest this'cHysica'.lY handicaaned. More nrn.

year is that it opais tie- political tecUon, for fnigratory workers; As As-campaign
campaign As-campaign foe. IT million organized' sislance to the uremployed in

workers' votes. All signs point to

a real battle for there too.

By tradition the Democratic
party is supposed to be organized

labor s champion. But: the Etsw

nower administration is now

claiming that Republicans- are la-

distressed areas, .Raising of Fair




Labor .Standards act v guarantees.

The Republicans outDromise the;

' Democrats on the. ending of racial

'discrimination in employment--.- .'.Mrs..Ar'eih Burke,- wife .of the

On two- noints-tfce Democrats' ehief of. naval ODeratroiw. u vani

' MlrlwAmiu tltA-' kmuHrijane IV Winning 'a remit alum ft th

.'lxr's best friends. 4 '.. i. .::: j foUier minimum twage rise, to:l.i5:urrent (hostess with. the .mosteat.

iney- pomt ta.ieard.-i!mploy-,aB meet .increases in the 'inv-iianons to Burke, affairs have

roeut, nigH wages' and a ; labor eos&-f living. Outrj

j Vc:!iiR3ton Nev5 Notebook -j

DiTuSb EnvoyrEjf-Chs.'npion
Pc:!c-1 rends 6rcndchi!dren


.' (NEA), -"-(joying ? himself wa. one mnins;iand ehanioacne Hrnnk- t tii

u,hn Ka maVmih .. t u .. 11 .......

r w "Tr"" uc.vtj'uwn was. anything else.

p. u.uia w wnuuiirti tun-
veotions to a group. He watched
ever second of them on TV. ,::'

ielst irebeal f become -the: most tomtit after

union taerease .. i

loruatiwC pi state ."xobt W ork'f

Her-secret paying personal
attentioa ; t thft. c o k i n g and

Hi J v l-..l-;L .j.!DreDartion of everything nerved

. v. uut nil 1 11T vi uiuaaca aw t - . .. - w o , 1

aaneDd the 3af fcHartlev Jaw in ad! wslead ef t U f n Lb g k, over lo

corfeKee-witkl-rjresideBt.t Eise .i" tllL.'L'JL i ;
howr cpmpAtndsij:ip js,- rwmcfc15" k' ,;fr- baeS

. jnember& as their proof. :

They have -loosed team" ef
their ; ablest liberals to Jjammer
home these' pointsi -..,
Sen. ClilfoTd -F. Case-f New
.- T..MIU ..... 1 T :

iheBd of Democratic Presidential Congress has jreOised to act o for,'0 l1? 18 nv,n
Candidate Adlai Stevenson's the last three, jer. i i 1??. ViLi ',', ,"
scheduled Labor-Day, appearance In feenerat, the fcbor union ipress J3L.jLi"i!i
junior navat officers. It save

a now tisenhower Labor Com-Twas m vsi. But rt sun nare- h, 7. v-V. j

itemed as not foms as far aa the: 7.1W : """,


-Case's main theme is that -the Deiiaiietf.ffm -i-ee
Republicans have done twice as organiaed labor s oIm H J process of org anlstaay a Navv
much for rgwiid Jabor -ill tbir' VUhig. ffowe..tti:Joar; WfciS and she turna over
three and a half years to office as that the Republicans ant labor's 1 u,-:- htmK Uh .m.

swDorfc. lacy wiiuw w irmo?c rat

the Democrata did in twice that

tTSi9d.t':;5-!',s..',j'.----''t- .-a-1 old twrst that the ,G0P is, antt
. is charge .against the Demo-llabjr. The party makes much of
rais is that. ia spite of their nro-too3s that say 55 per eent of the

labor mouthpieces, reactianaiy union -members fayor Wsenhow-

. school aid,' Immigration .met: re- Thero ; are honsA to bo ;'khm

vision and Uie eivU rights program

grounds, to young wives who have

m otner -piace to eatertam. v


anion leaders supporting the Re-

rerie esra losing ter tumber I

hosUss xating hare during the
past year, it was- ended by iter

backed by the big labor organiza-( publicans, as there always have

tkms. w been. But It was no surprise that
As I matter of record, both United A'lto Workers' President
parties hart their' Violently anti- Walter Reuther has Ubeo the lead
labor members. For every Sen. in auppf rting Stevenso und Kt-
: .1 J yli A i ...... ... i ...

lames Einsuiina w-aussi mrw

a Sen. Borry Goldwater (R-Ariz).
- When anneaUne for labor, votes.

fcotv parties keep these extremists

' under the platform,

The Democratic case is based

principally on the fact that -the

Taft-Hartley labor relations aet

was passed by the Republic

80th Congress, over President Tro Tro--
- Tro-- m?n's veto. That 17 Democratic
senators a n d 103 Democratic
resentatives voted for the bill on

original passage usually isn t men

But from this, the Demo-'
rats can claim that many of the
pro-labor measures passed during
the Eisenhower administration

Were stepped op by Democratic
action. -..'.

For instance, "the Democrats'

raised the ml-iroura wage from

the Eisenhower-proposed 00 cents
an hour to $1. Social security ben benefits
efits benefits were likewise increased over
the Eisenhower program. Exten

sion of unempToyment' insurance,
workmen's compensation and ben-

party far?)-' at the Democratic

eaaventioa. as one- sociame Men
puts it," "Porta and Harry Troman
passed out of the picture together
wtChicage.t-. v- i

Fortunately for the Russian Am-

Nor that the AFL-CIO Estive baasaJor Georgi Zaroubin, it has

Council voted 17 to 5 to tecom

me it that, t he organization's, IS
million members support, the

Democratic ticket. "There is fcttle
doubt .that the lW-union meeting

in ChicaRO will approve the Coun Council's
cil's Council's recomn-endation. 1 '. 'j
..The can with the last word will

probably be John L. Lewis, whose
United Vine Workers hold their
convention la Cincinnati to

Fdmily Vacate t
Farm For Snakes
The Bob Wrens need a St Patrick
--the snakes chased them.
Th farm -inHiir.inir four

children, moved from their home

been a very cool summer. If it

had been a typical- scorcher, he

migni noi nave survivrd
Zaroubin is hardly the gay-doi

type, but be Managed to plow;

uvougn more tociu ute- man any
ambassador in town. It must have
been tough for him, too; He drinks
very little,' obviously finds it dif difficult
ficult difficult to engage in cocktail party
chit-chat, and really doesn't seem

to like crowds very much

'As usuaf, the Indonesian inde independence
pendence independence day celebration was the
hiKh spot of the simmer's social
season, -' with guests hanging
around tbe.twifct table until three
hours after e official o'clock
Tbo. last bottle -of champagne
was poured at S, 'Aiso as
osual, the hit of- the evening- was
thj native band and exotic -native
dancing girls.
- Two last-minute guests were
Sujono Djonomnd AbduHa Palbed,
Indonesian lads bitch-biking
around the world, who hist hap.,
pened to bit Washington to time
fo the. party.. v. ,

Nohirfy at the White House
would givo out a single official ;
word on how the Prwident's four
grandthildreni David, Barbara
Ann, Susan and baby Xary Jean, -wre
-doing while: the parents and
grandparents'wero 'in California.
White House servants took car
of the ehitOren. But it did leak out -:
that David and Barbara Ann re rebelled
belled rebelled at eating dinner In the big
dinrng i-oom ? whero tney.wero
alone. So tney, ende-1 up getting
their meals served la a sitting,
room in the living quarters of the
White House. After dinner they ;
wer allowed to watch the conven-:
tion on TV. .
On afternoon the phildren, themselves into an im impromptu
promptu impromptu picnic on hi back. lawn. ''

.4Hien ikey skewed up at thef ?Embassjfi of'.sateim'e countries
emoassy that moramg they -were, are showing signs of trying to get'
barefooted and.. attired ia. liuHrlw

digdo, : however. H nernniiv

took both lads to the near! riL

pajtment store and outfitted thei

wi w new auii wtuto shirts and
snoes r-.-..,f-; -,.
"t "mbassador
would have, been ashamed of them

- Other day, lor example.. the Re-.

maniana threw- to independence
da reception that lef no doubt
corcernlng their iitentions. v.
Everythig --, was : strictly.
Romanian, front the booze to the

iJr?!,?" i? V P be buffet. Seven kinds of Romanian

r.m irV ju wanted, wine, four types of brandy and
them to fed more eomfortable. native champagne flowed the en-
- L:u-.'":. -' Hire evening.

j-arty nn and-drink treads to- A toeal. dkb eaBed "mititei"

look for this fall:

I was served directly from a hot

a. i w v a ivv

- i-aierers aeep track of what's grill to guests. If a highly sea sea-eaten
eaten sea-eaten and drank and what's not aoned eround-meat combination. :
:w,!AJ,!rty' toe3r're, tt ,obster." P b a s a n t. pork
covered that one of too most poj and chicken were prepared Ro Ro-uiar
uiar Ro-uiar new hora d'oeuvres is pizza, manlan stylo by tb embassy
There's never any left over. 1 cooks.
On the other band, they report, Russian officials turned out Jn
the Vudka Craze micht h- tanerin tare hut fhsiv mr hv1ili

Off. Gueata am tnrnin kank i

Only time he seemed to be en- gin. It seems. Still more Scotch strength shewn by the Romanians.


The White House, press- confer.

because of an invasion of- coimer- rce Friday was Eisenhower at

heads. Mrs. Wren was -bitten. n,s yat after announcing the

twice.1 vi : IKeos' second ''secret" atomic ex-

Pirst h WniiaitMut fmm'piosion and the flash on-the U.S.

me duo or a snake, that sneaked smwcn, vj vnuese com

efits to federal employes also had, fold the torm cellar. mumsts ... He kidded some of!

The clincher on the family's1 V;OT,fsPOMem5 tw wsiy

decisive Democratic support.

As far, as promises 'for the fu

ture are concerned,, both Demo

rratir anrl Rpnuhliali nlfltfnrm

tor uu3 year- ouer; - . j ano openea a drawer. A copper-

t.quai pay iw equai- wora ne-ncaa in tn.e drawer bit Jier.

': -. .... A M. Raft. Vjt. PL '.. I

the correspondents (to lusty laush-

wlthdrawah.from the farm home "7 ana PPare jsiigwiy irked
in jn. if( .ut.. m. invnen one misquoted win on his

Wien. went to a bedroom. bureau C0D '." M:

movea Uke an impauent tborough

A M. m UA. m. m.

-' lt HWfcrJ.lm. g- t

bredwaiting to race and win

He grinned like a happy kid and
kidded himself as the i crowed
roared v. His advisors are not
taking things for granted ". .YThey
know it will be a fight and they
are restless for the action .
Overheard at Harvey's: "There's
nobody like Lincoln except Eisen Eisenhower"
hower" Eisenhower" ... When UPa Merri-1
man Smith ended- the confab S
minutes t: before schedule with
"Thank you, Mr. President" some

of bis colleagues groaned. "He dM

it to make bis wire service's noon
editions," complained one lady re reporter
porter reporter ; He did it because he

was soaking wet from the hu humidity.
midity. humidity. His pants looked 1 i k e

tae late Hey wood Broun "Like

an wamado bed."

.. Mrs.. Eisenhower's boudoir is

over the buge magnolia tree plant planted
ed planted by Pres. Monroe. Her favorite

fragrance . Marv Todd Lin

coin's portrait (formerly on the

ground noor) was moved by Ma

Hue to Abe s bedroom . w

ascea some of the renortera to

name any- of the -White House
scribes- "who could hit" . Men
with- courage -and a cood left or

, xigni . j or membership in a

new club to be organized in honor

or Mirror racketecr-fichter Vie

Riesel "Assassins of h

r-ress" To deal, with hood hoodlums
lums hoodlums who ''take on' newspaper newspapermen
men newspapermen f They gave me only one
name Clark Mollenhoff, for former
mer former grid hero, now an ace news newsman
man newsman for the Pes Moines Register
and Tribune, our outlet in that tfty

. ins colleagues report that

tough-guy with his pinky Our
nomination for president of this

planned anti-acid throwing group
is : Mirror Sports Chief Dan
Parker, who has led the way for

aecaaes . jack O'Bnan (of the
N.y. -Journal-American) is invited
to, apply Our slogan is bor borrowed
rowed borrowed from former ean phiof

.nanes (Lucky) Luciano, now

abroad, courtesy of Uncle Sam
. : When the late "Prettv flnv"

Amberg barked threats of a
punch-in-the-nose at a columnist-

Luciano cautioned: "Never hit

newspaperman it's hard luck!"

Tho 2nd WW Presidential oost-

card poll is on . Send me a
postcard please (sign your name

ana address; naming the candi
date you hope will be elected .

Ike or Adlai . Jot down if vou

are switching your vote from '52
. . The last time (in '51) we did
this (in the papers and over the
air) Mr... Truman told a mutual

friend: "Can't you get that Win Win-chell
chell Win-chell so-and-so to Now York, to

stop it before it becomes a
tread?" ... The trend wound-up
with the man our strawvoters se selected
lected selected getting elected , Soooo,
let's try again and see what

happens My editors, spon sponsors
sors sponsors and staff will not tally the
cards .We hope to have Reu-

oen n. Donnelly co; or Fact Find Finders,
ers, Finders, Inc., of New York do it ;
They are among the reputable
poll-counters . Representatives

rrom notn maior parties will be
invited to watch what happens .
Send your postcard to mo care of

rosimaster. Hew York- City,

pieasc .- i ik, or Adiur .
Adlai or tteT .- i The -straw bal

lots (postcards) Will be made pub public
lic public in 4 weeks,. '-

Senator 1 e se n h McCarthv

(Wasliington ..papers .revealed)
shelved 42 lbs. He Is a: Regular
visitor-at Bethesda Naval Hoso

for a long-ago injured knee. Inti

mates report- he now talks softly
to newsmen and will' not "argue

wltn- anybody?" -. .-. Wroon't be

fighting Reds . If true, that
leaves mo holding the bag (and
so ; again? .. i Variety reports
that Revlon deferred the premiere
of its beauty contest program be because:
cause: because: "They cannot find an em emcee"
cee" emcee" . We, recommend Art ;
Lamb, a personable chap, who has :
been a click to the capital for years :
on Mutual radio and Dumont TV
... Mamie's Girl Friday (Mrs.
Mary Jane McCaffree) tells visi visitors
tors visitors to the White House: "I am

a 'job" ,.'ine Max Kabbs (of

Ike s inner circle) are down-to-earth
people '. The President
inherited Max from FDR, who
could spot brains with his eyes
closed ... Grace Tullyl Where
are you?

Clark aa flatten the toughest lievo tbe gossip that bo is fed up

Like New Yorkers, who do not
know where the Statue of Liberty
is, Washington has a sight-seeing
bus Z'shill" who doesn't know
where the White House press con-.
ferenco is held although he
stands right in front of it . The
Indian Treaty room to the old
Satte Dcpt . Washington is
planning air-conditioned trolleys
. .vThe beautiful and historic
city, we bear, has "a few" air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned eabs . -. When Jim
Hagerty (Ike's shadow) wants pri privacy
vacy privacy ho dodges the capacity -crowd
to the While House restau restaurant
rant restaurant below and uses a secluded
corner of tbe Hay Adams Hotel

across the street . Every host

ess to Washington is on edge, be because
cause because the most eligible- bachelor
(Senior Senator from Washington
State) Warren Magnuson ("Mag-.
gie'O 1 busy running for".Te-e!ec-
tion out 1 there ;B Sigh in an :
exec's office: "I'm fairly smart
myself but. I. have some, stupid
help i A re-write on a recent ;
WW quotet 'You don't need one-.

mlet r when you '. have stupid

friends! 'H v Observation at Ike -press
conference: Press. aide
Hagerty wears brown-and-whito
shoes in the -White; llokse which
-would Seep him out of El Me
roeco. '.

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r'M e v fe r : : O .if : I he Week

0 TURMOIL AFAR AND close at hand held the focus
of Isthmian attention this week. Most people went
about their affairs as usual, but they had small, taste

for revelry or the Initiation of new projects.

ed bv a vote of 110 boxing writers and broadcasters a-

round the nation. With at least 75 per cent of the
votes (83 ballots) necessary for election-Canzonerl
headed the ticket with 100 votes, Ross had 99, McLar-

OSAN JOSE, Costa Rica The Costa Rlcan legislature rOTJR OF BOXING'S greatest living former cham cham-has
has cham-has turned down President Jose Flguerea plan for a Tony Canzonerl, Barney Ross, Jimmy Mc-
cultural tour of Europe. There was no official explana- Lamin and Tommy Loughran Sunday had been
tion of th leeixlativ assembly's action in refusing to nctn-in in hAvino'a Mali nf Fnme:

Oood news on the local scene came at the -end of let him leave the countrv but several lawmakers uk. nth n amort fn th Hall nf Fame were Jem

the week when a gettlemnet was reached In the strike protested that Flgueres has been cruising around the Driscoil George Dixon and Peter Jackson, all of whom
which had .hampered Isthmian transportation for world too much, .at government expense. fought 'around the turn of the century and now ara
three days. t .-- o '.dead.' ,,.,...,.
President-elect Ernesto de la Ouardia, Jr, who had Mexico City Mexican President AdoLfo Rula Cortl- These seven honored In the third annual election
worked tirelessly as the government's chief negotiator, nea has formally opened a five-year, 20-mlllion dollar brought the total number of Hall-of-Famers to 41. The
broke the stalemate. Leaders of the busdribers' union campaign against malaria, throughout Mexico. The elections were announced by Nat Fleischer, editor ot
followed his suggestion that their earlier proposal for campaign will be conducted jointly by the Mexican Rin? Maeazlne and a director of the boxing shrine.

a five man commission' be named to Include Arch- government, the Pan American Sanitary Bureau, the Canzonerl, Ross, McLarnin and Loughran were elect-

tlsnop tTancisco JjecKman., i ., .. worm neaun organization ana me umtea nations in-
Later, the settlement recommended by the Arch, ternational children's emergency fund. :. n
bishop was accepted by negotiators from the govern-:: 1 ;. o L
ment and the busmen. It nrovlded for (1) A Ave- Buenos Aires The state petroleum monoDOly In

tent ner saltan reduction on the import duty for gas- Buenos Aires says It has completed technical dans for nln 82 and Louehran 83.

oline, such reduction to be authorized by tomorrow at a number of pipeline and refinery projects. The pro- Driscoil and Dixon were chosen by the 20 members
the latest; (2) Appointment of a commission to study ects are part of a 250-mUlion dollar three-year expan- of the Hall of Fame Old Timers' Committee, Jackson
'other measures for improving working conditions for,; sion program. -. 'jv-, : 4 s ?. was named by the board of directors of the Hall of
drivers, and IS) Release of all strikers held, in jail., o -S-- I , Fame. -1 .'
The settlement stated this did not mean the release Rio de Janeiro The President of Brazil says he e. e.--y o ;
of those persons arrested for other violations of law. hopes America and the United States will continue to Consistent Golden Corn n, topwelghted Under the
' Earlier, De la Guardia-had denounced the strike a) cooperate In atomic matters... despite Brazil's recent back crushing impost of 128 pounds, Monaay aiUr aiUr-a
a aiUr-a manifestation of a political move to prevent his tak ban on atomic materials exports, president Juscelino noon raced under the wire in hand to score by a length
ing office Oct. 1. Kubltschek told the United Press that the ban is not and one-half in the featured $2,000 added Labor Day
J,. . o '. i conclusive, it can be revoked. ,,. ..j t '. Classic at the President Remon racetrack over a dis-
At 'municipal levels, meanwhile. Panama City's hew. j J 1 ; 1 1; tance of one mile and one-eighth. The time was 1.56.

mayor, newsman Jose A. Cajar Escala, and Colon's In- ParisThe Chilean ambassador to France will leave The three year old brown son ot Tehran-Green

1 fiust ui rails tomorrow lor a oriel trip to Barce- win receivca cumpeierii nanuuog irum iuo ivuui
lona. Spain. Ambassador Juan Rossetti will head the rider. Jorge Phillips.

. Chilean delegation to the International Oceanographic : The Stud Nuevo Gorgona owned, colt went off an
Conference In Barcelona from Sept. 10 to the 16, Chile oddson mutuels favorite and returned $3.40 to win. He
. will report on its research leading to the establish- is trained by Prudencio Pinillo Perez. The classic waa
I meni of a boundary line between the South Atlantic restricted to three-year-olds.
i and Pacific Oceans. ., U.S. trainer Jack Levitt, under whose guidance El.
1- -6 Z. :v"7-v Chama won the $100,000 International Invitational
Mexico City J- An American tourist to Mexico will two years ago, presented the traditional silver trophy
come home with a warm regard for the good neigh- to the owners of Golden Corn. Levitt was the guest of

vyimicaa vi me nation on our soutnern ooraer. Fred rac manager Aioerw oeuoarnu.

v joieiasKi, a oaseDan tan, caned a taxi to take him to
,! the ball park in Mexico City only to find when he ar ar-rived,
rived, ar-rived, that he had left his money in his hotel. How How-'
' How-' ever, the cabbie, also a baseball fan, loaned him the
,- money for the-name and also th far hnk t hi.

hotet Bielaski said in a letter to the Mexican eovern-

Consumers Cooperative Club, returned f rota a States ifA," comJnlssl,i ha courtesy like this leaves
vacation ywith lots, of new ideas about how the co- lasting impression of Mexican hospitality,
operative idea can be applied In Panama. stressed ;,i,B:V- o.-

tJiat hpavv outlav 01 camiai at tne outset win De nee- ', .cuwra uu uw iirc-ua-

essarv to make the movement worthwhile here, ; :
1 Nunez ifeels that the movement can be a complete
success only If at least half of the local employes of
the Panama canal and armed forces give it whole wholehearted
hearted wholehearted support. The club now has about 400 '-mem-.
L. .l It,. ,.M e Mnnthlu sliOMa' '

1. 1 1 AA it. c?nH' it., Kim v irivs Mil iioiiu lihiuv -ifri nNNi s r.iHiiiiFrrimrinca in Ttf ihii c w vinvaku. 1

f?J",CL,""7 CanaL Nasr-. lan eaii to In Yni XI '"SwaDs". w5n tlie one-mile race In one-mlnutc-33

swa several m yamKa wiuuuub. w u,a a - ZZ. Z7 "-.'r.-r." H ton.flllhjiinri nnlv nn.flft.h nf rnnul

mile, Swaps' win jumpedNhim

racing a aii-ume earnings
total $848,000.

Anotner seu-neio .muwm

anread sunDort. It Is the I

Antii niuh which la affiliated

1 ? A 1 A. W TTa 'I'h A BBS 'B tn lln TBI

his bee around or some rs But nowlt has es- hhe, 8.ame in London say the actions
fawS fTeU ce may hinge

Ice, around the clock, round, the year. ; ; v
Members pay $3; a year dues; 5 and. when trouble v" ' 0 "..
strikes the-amount of the dues is deducted from the Astoonomers say there is growing evidence there is
cost of the service. But the blg tWng for Pacific Side W on one of Earth's neighboring planets ; Mars,
motorists is that the service available. Three .Spanish astronomers in the Balearic Islands says

we cuiieuir new ui wiaia iiuw t ii ciusrsv ap-
S roach to the Earth in centuries has strengthened
le belief that a vegetation cone exists on the planet
These scientists say the vegetation zone in turn in indicates
dicates indicates that perhaps lower animal life lives on the
planet. The astronomers got photographs of a Martian
sand storm last night, ...
Astronomers and amateur star-gazers are ready for
a celestial sight tonight. ; ...
' The planet Mars will be eloser to the Earth early
this morning than It will be again for several hun hundred
dred hundred years. Astronomers say it will be within 35-mil-lion
miles of the earth.,., much closer than usual, -

coming mayor, Jose A. Vives, vere getting the hang
of their duties. Mayors in smaller Panama commu communities
nities communities were doing the same, i, n .-v

- Besides being the most tonspkaeut aspect ef the
kosdrivers' strike, gasoline er rather the saw
stnff of which it's made played another import important
ant important part in Isthmian news. Union Oil Company
of California announced that Just over the line in
Costa Rica it had bound the first commercial oil- (
field found in that adjoining eountryA well flow flowing
ing flowing 1,000 barrels day has recently been brought
in. The company added that a 350,000 acre con concession
cession concession over the border In Panama would be drill-
ed -Immediately, vrcv.v cif s.'VW '' !.ii-' s :



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DaniM Cinielio's Kensington turned in a surprising

ly good performance while second favorite Mrs. Hal Hal-llgan
llgan Hal-llgan disappointed. Kensington cut out a sizzling pace
while going under the judicious rating of the veteran
Jose "Pacot' Bravo but could not withstand the clos closing
ing closing effort of the strong finishing Golden Corn IT,
Kensington beat third place finisher Ornamental Star
by one and a half lengths while Mrs. JHalllgan trailed
another length further back. "' ;
Fnrmful .racing nrevalled and not even one imset

tion Suez committee make a final effort today to work was registered. Alejandro Ycaza was the riding star

vu on agieeuieut un running tne Suez canal wiin iour victories ui si ura.
But hopes 'are dim that the Western powers will be,
able-to write a proposal agreeable to Egyptian Pres- . ' V1
1dent Nasser s w ?. The 1955 Kentucky Derby winner came from behind

The committee also will try to reconcile their own -Monday to win the $142,000 Washington Park Handl

er, t made a" bid for wide'- ttt 5upz conference. Menzies has theoretically com in cn,fsu colt ame "0" -?en,n2 wDeal. 8um 8um-7pinami
7pinami 8um-7pinami and Canai Tone Pleted mission, but he Is trying to dcr everything meZ Tan by two-and-one-half lengths. Swaps carri carri-d
d carri-d wfth th 'AAA2 beloved "Possible to open the way fot peaceful aetUement of ed toP-wel8ht of 130-poundsln posting his eighth win win-f
f win-f qt w Th. aaa "affiliate the dispute. : ,Z ... BClwfraen ln 10-starts this season-."Sea O Brln finished third.

swaps nam two-ou ana two-u, wiin no oetung ior
third place.
In other top races throughout the U.S. on Labor
Day, the $25,000 Fall Hlghwelght Handicap at Bel.
mont, New York, went to "Impromptu" at 13-90, five-'
50 and five-40.
"Rare Treat" won the $25,000 added Philadelphia
Handicap for three-year olds and up. The winner re returned
turned returned slx-80. . four-40. ; ,: and four-20. H
Federal Hill" carrying 120-pounds won the $13,000
added Youthful Stakes at Randall. Federal Hill paid -nlne-80...
fouf-40. . and three-60. ; v
- "Motor Line" won the $10,000 Rockingham Mile Han Handicap.
dicap. Handicap. The winner paid six-60. ,, three-60,. .4 and two

ore other, nrivlleee. and the outfit is seeking mem

bers. The club aecretary is Mrs. Mildred Tamer,
whose telephone Is Balboa. IfllS. ;j v

' As usual, more! kids 'and teenagers' shewed op
for the opening of Canal Zone schools than the
authorities had. expected. This caused brief wait-
Ing at some schools, but the first day was soon soon-ended.
ended. soon-ended. Pupils trooped off to enjoy a little more
freedom before classes start in earnest tomorrow.'

1 Kindergarten Wont really "tafcie In", until Tues-J
I day.. ,. ;.' ;
Armed forces emplcyes residing" on bases and poets
got set to complain about the method of computation
pf the revised rental rates recently announced for
both civilian and military housing. 1 ; ;t
Employes have' appealed to be National Federation
of Federal Employes. The executive board of the local
chapter has asked the 'Commander-in-Chief, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command, for data.

A diminutive 46-year-old jockey smashed Sir Gor- -don
Richards' all time riding record of four-thousand
670 winners. .-
Veteran jockey Johnny Longden not only broke
the record but did it In the $30,000 Del Mar Handi Handicap.
cap. Handicap. Longden. who scored his first victory 29-y ears

The co-author of our present immigration law Is ttR needed only two winners Monday to equal the

au-ume marx sei. oy mcnaras. He came to witnin one
notch of Richards' total by winning the second race

aboard "Dennis," and then equalled It on "Big Rush"

leaving for Europe for a first-hand look at the prob
lem of refugees from the Iron Curtain.
Democratic ReDresentativo Franri. WaltAr nt P.nn

Vlvania ia tn hit nn nf th tmarUan nn...i.n. f 1.... In the fifth,

at an InternaUonal refugee conference in Geneva And : Longden also set a new track record of one-mlnute-Walter
savs that whll h i in hirnm win 47 reconds in the mile and one-eighth feature race.

The Canal announced that th. nrnhallA VwHnrf tnr yarious American consulates and wlU snend some time Sald .Longden after his great victory "Ill quit

employes paid on a locality rate has been reduced in West Germany to learn the present status of re re-from
from re-from 18 months to one year. The change in the length 'ues ,rom Communism. ft
of the probationary period to conform with the trial Tp present temporary law on Iron Curtain refugees
period for employes paid on the U.S. rate was made Plres at the end of the year. Walter says that when

mi wiuca uac. ne wm recommena a new measure to
take its place. . .

in response to a request by Harold W. Rerrie, chair
man of Local 900 AFL-CIO.

Rio de Janeiro The decision of whether to submit
a bill to the legislature limiting freedom of the press
in Brazil now rests with President Juscelino Kubit-

Aw0nB f00--1 907 and Central Labor Union
r Metra Trades Council, Local 900 made a Labor Day
statement. The CLU-MTn stntmt ty v, i

Of a condensed review nf aii irtoioM, schek. A secret meeting on theiblll was held today

law by the 84th Congress of the United States thatr but the final decision reportedly was left to Kublt

u incMuica aiiecting tne canal zone.

The death of an 11-year-old girl en Central
Avenue and the Injury of a woman by a hit-and-run
driver on Madden Road marred an tthrr-

wise good safety record for Labor Day in both"

iifBuutti aooie cultural agreements,

racing when I feel I cant do a respectable job any
more. And when I cant ride anymore, I shall take up
training. Racing is in my blood' now."
Welterweight Danny Giovanelll had to be eon eon-tent
tent eon-tent with m unanimous ) (-round decision at St
Nicholas Arena Monday night over Gene Poirler.
Giovanelll had stopped Polrier In the eighth round
, last July In the same ancient arena in New York.
, A doctor at a tos Angeles hospital says the foot football
ball football career of halfback Vic Janowicz may be over.
Dr. Paul Moore explained "He may be out this
year or he, could be through forever. It is problema problematical.
tical. problematical. It depends on how he comes along."- u ;,.
Janowicz has been hospitalized with a severe con concussion
cussion concussion three weeks as a result of an automobile ac-

Liucnu dui uie jiew goai expert from Ohio state is

schek. The measure would give the executive the now-'

er to fine offending papers. 7 i-.y.
San Jose, Costa Rica President Jos Flgueres of
Costa Rica will start a three-month trip to Europe on

-Monauy. tie pians to stuoy certain matters ln con- : optimistic Janowicz sa d "f ran' ri,r
nectlon with his economic development plans, and ed again jan0Wlcz 1 can WRlt to et fa'
- negotiate some cultural agreements. .- 6

- The Olympic career pf wrestler Bill Smith la over
before It hesan. ...

an outboard skiff not far inside the Colon breakwater man maneuvered their craft so as to dodge between .. Th,e governing board of the Central Amateur Athle-

Kct. Arthur V. German snH v,l. rl- ij v..

w- . "-AC W't BUTCH
ture of the week. The Ft. Davis couple were fishing in

when a seaman off the outward bound motorship CoK the two ships, pick up the man and take him to the Up Union has turned down an appeal by the captain
ombia toppled into the water from a scaffold from Colombia after a Jacob's ladder was let down. The f "ie wrestling team. .The centraf division ruled Smith
which he was painting the hull. seaman's name? They never thought to ask in the Was Ineligible because he accepted pay for teaching
The man fell In the nath of an oncoming vessel, ; excitemeht. The Colombia was bound from Buenaven- restling at Rock Islnnd, HUnols, high school for two
There were sham about, .too. But Sgt, and Mrs.-Gw iu.a-ofcaolw)nviIUwith.a, cargo, of.otCe. ttju, ::. mlumumtMUi it. 1 v



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DRESS DESIGNER AT HOME Nina Morton holds her baby, Abraham, as she works on a Christ Christmas
mas Christmas crd for the forthcoming Pen Women Card Exhibit, which will be one of the attractions at the
Pen Women party to be held at the Hotel Tivoli.Wednesday. In the background can be seen some
of her original dolls, which will be part of theshow. : (Fhslo by Patricia Mcrkun)