The Panama American


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


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


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

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University of Florida
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LOOKING FOR A HOME Everyone will Celebrate National Dog Week after his-own fash- ;
ion but these pups (girjs 7, boys 2), are looking (for a home. Their mother Mitzl, the small
terrier mascot of the Sentry Dog Team at Fort Clayton, acted without authorization in,.
adding to the canine population of the out fit so. Sp2 Wallace W. Williams at ft. Clayton,
8250 has been designated as the man in charge ; of finding new homes for them.
, 1 '. (U.S. Army Phbto ;,

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A DOG'S LIFE Domino doesn't know thaf N atlonal Dog Week begins today, but his pal.
Katherine Williams, who lives on the Prado tin Balboa, shows that she knows that dogs
rneed love and1 affection all year, round. Further doggy items appear on page 3. v.

New May flower to beLaunched

3ut, Pilgrims Wont

BRIXIIAM, England, Sept. 21
(UP) A new Mayflower will
, be launched lier tomorrow. The
pilgrims would have recognized
it but they never could, have
paid for it.,v:; :. ,::ty:
. The tiny 200-tonner sitting in
the luart Upham ; shipyards
looks like the Mayflower of old,
down to every spar and deck deck-board.
board. deck-board. It is a child's' dream, en
larged 1.000 times. But this is a
hip for men and the sea. .r
Miles Stand sb would have
liked It. But the $300,000 May Mayflower
flower Mayflower that will hit the waves
of Brixham Harbor tomorrow
morning would have been far
beyond the reach of the 102
nun, women and children who
set out for -the new world 336
years ago this month.
Prize-Vinning -A-Sdentist
BRIGHTON,, England, Sept.
22 (UP) Nobel-prize winning
atomic scientist Prof. Frede Frederick
rick Frederick Sortds, the man who pop popularized
ularized popularized the word "isotope,"
dier her last nieht. He was 79.
fioclds won the. Nohel Prize
hi 19,'l for a research paper
on the "Oriein of the Concept
of Isotopes.." He onre said the
atomic age "rould make the
world a smMing garden of
i:c!n."'. -r '.
ft?re recently he said "II "II-I)imh
I)imh "II-I)imh rK-'i'-5'ns-' are getting
out of hand."


The original' Mayflower was'
an ancient hull. The new one,
a floating memorial to Anglo Anglo-American
American Anglo-American unity, differs only in
the age of its timber and the
fact there will be-a1 radio a a-board.
board. a-board. The Mayflower will, set
sail next April for a two-month
journey to the United States and
a permanent home.
The man who will send the
ship down the ramp is 25-year-
ora ks: uemmg, a lormer
American airmen staitioned In
Britain. Xeming, whose home is
Toppenisn. Wash., won the
George medal for rescuing 27
persons in England's great flood
Looking on will be all the men
responsible for the ship itself.
Warwick Charlton, a 37-year-old
Briton who had the ori original
ginal original idea of the "Mayflower
project," will be there. He con conceived
ceived conceived the idea 10 years ago and
supervised the campaign to
raise funds.
The ship was designed by
William A. Baker, an Ameri American
can American naval architect who lives
In Hingham, Mass. Baker
spent years going over old
records and pictures of ships
that looked hike the Mayflow Mayflower.
er. Mayflower. '"." r' ,,- :
His plans were turned over
to Stuart Upham whose yards
here have built wooden ships
for 150 years. The work has
been done with virtually the
same tools that men used to
build ships like the first May
flower, ; .,

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On the voyage the new May Mayflower
flower Mayflower will be skippered by Alan
VUlers, a veteran of the last of
the sailing boats. He will take a
crew of 20, many of them old
shipmates, some worked with
him on the "Pequod" which he
captained for : John. Huston's
"Moby Dick." .; v ;
There will be rio Americans
because it wouldn't be historical
ly accurate. Many of the pas passengers
sengers passengers will be descendants of
the original Mayflower Company
There have been (thousands of
applications Viniers estimates
up to 20,000 but only 35 will be
chosen, :,
Panama Chanteuse
Bobbie Blake
Jilted Jn London,
LONDON. Sept. :-22 (UP)
Panamanian songstress Bobbie Bobbie-Blake
Blake Bobbie-Blake discovered she had been
jilted when she arrived today
for her scheduled wedding at
the Caxton Hall registrar's of office's
fice's office's The singer found her fiance
Jamaican singer David Alta Alta-mount
mount Alta-mount Johnston fitowe, bad
cancelled the ceremony an hour
earlier. With her was Monroe
Atwell,, the father of Winifred
Atwell. who was to have given
her away.
Miss Blake had no comment
as she walked away from the
registrar's office.

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Draft: Board
Angrily Pulls
Back Quota
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Sept, '22
(UPJ An Alabama 'draft board
pulled v back' its October quota
yesterday and vowed not to 'send
any more Bullock County boys in
to the Army" until a Negro bus
boycott leader is inducted.
The board in Bullock County In
southeast Alabama took its stand
to protest the delay in the drafting
of Negro Attorney Fred Gray on
the personal order of Selective
Service Director Lewi B
At the same time, the board's
appeal agent resigned with a blast
at Gov; James ioisom whom
he blamed for the dispute over
Gray's induction. v Appeal agent
J. A. Tucker was the 12th Ala
bama draft board official to resign
since Hershev 's order came down
Gray. 25. has played an active
role in the 10-month old Mont
gomery bus boycott which has
resulted in the city's 40,000 Ne
groes traveling -in private car
dooIs. : He was to have been
drafted last Monday but Hershcy
ordered a review of his case
because of new evidence"; that
might, entitle him to deferment.
Gray had listed himself as
nart-time minister but the Mont
gomery County draft board reclas
sified mm ia on tne grounds ne
was spending less than half his
time in that work. The 'new
evidence" submitted by his church
lists htm as full-time minister.
L. K. (Snag) Andrews, a mem
ber of the Bullock Board, said it
had 'pulled the files" on five men
four of them Negroes, who were
slated fir induction in the forth
coming October call. BuUock
County's quota is five for the call
All 5 of the Bullock County
eligibles have been 'reclassifeid
F-G, the Fred Gray : classifies
tion." Andrews said. :-;
In Washington, a Selective Serv Service
ice Service spokesman commented .tartly
that the Selective Service law
and regulations do not provide for
any such classification as F-G.
AH give of the Bullock County
pealed individually by the govern
ment appeal agent 'attached to
each local board, by the state
director or by Hershey if one of
them feels the deferments. are
Revenge Search
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Pressed; 20
Reported Dead
ALGIERS, Sept. 22 (UP)
French "spotter" planes led ar-
mv reinforcements in a 'Te
venge search" today for a strong
band of rebels which ambushed
and killed at least 20 French soi
diers In the Palestro Canyons
A dozen light liaison planes
swung lazily -in the dawn-oiue
sky over the canyons, 33 miles
east of Algleria, radioing their
sightings to infantrymen scram
bling up rocky ledges below.
But officially a tight silence
was being maintained. AuthO'
Titles said only that "a great
many soldiers were killed" in
the first blast of rebel auto automatic
matic automatic fire. Unofficiahreports
Jittering back this morning
said that at least 20 soldiers
fell in the first volley. : 1
While officials awaited word
of the "mop up" operation this
morning, French troops in east'
em Algeria reported they had
surprised and smashed a rebel
band in the Ai Belda area,. 62
miles southeast of Constantine.
The French Datrol lumped the
band before it had time to run,
officials said, killing 12 and tak taking
ing taking a large quantity of guns and
Army Making
17,000 Call
In November
The Defense Department is
sued a call today for 17,000
draftees lp, November all for
tne Army.
The quota was the same as in
October. The new call brings to
2,118,430 the total number call called
ed called .under the draft since Sep:
temper, 1954

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SEPTEMBER 13, 1958

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A second medical team front Coraas HosDital lefr Alhmnlr lnf mnlif fn"

Managua, where Nicaraguan strongman President Anastasio (Tacho) Somo-i
za is said to be in a "satisfactory" condition following an assassination at-:
tempt last night. V :
The Albrook plane carrying the medical team to Managua also had aboard
considerable laboratory equipment and medical supplies, which indicated that
Somoza would be operated upon in Managua instead of being brought

France Stays Firm
On International
Control For Suez

PARIS, Sept 22 (UP)-France! revised original plans-for its for
announced today it will join tarnation; i'

new Suez tsers Association Dili

vuiea a sianas lirm Dehincl the!and ''rirawhar in th rt,i.o,i

principle that the vital waterwav
musi oe mternauonaiiy controlled.
.Premier Guy Mollet called t a
special session of his cabinet to
day tb study the : latest develop
ments in me auez situation. At tho
end of the meeting, a spokesman
saia r ranee win not back down
in its insistence on international
control, i : . : y
Meanwhile" Britain invited th id
Sues conference nations to send
their ambassadors to i meetin? in
London Oct. 1 to organize the new
users association, t ? ii
Foreign Secretary Selwvn Llovd
sent the invitation to the nations1
represented at the conference
wiucn enaea nere vesterdtv. mos
w mem proDaoiy wm De repre represented
sented represented at- the October meetinv
e At . .1 ..
The conference will set up a counj
of the association. The council will
men appoint "snipping czar'
and an executive committee to
carry on the Day-to-day work of
the group ,. .,
It Is probable, however, thaf
the United Nations will be con con-sulttd
sulttd con-sulttd kfor the estocUtion
tries t send ships through the
eauafc.-- v-..".
The London conference decision
to avoid an immediate showdown
witn Jbgypt on the canal question
was regarded here as a diplomatic
setback for Britain and France.
"The Cabinet wishes, to stress
that France wants to retain her1
freedom of action, and refuses to
cooperate m any scheme she would
consider as running counter to her
interests," the French spokesman
said, m-
Mollet, who was applauded by
everyone but the Communists
when he announced six weeks ago
that the West would impose its
will on Egypt, has been running
into increasing trouble as it ap
peared he would have to bad
down. vw
' Some observers boliove the
fate of his government may de depend
pend depend on Its attitude toward tht
Suos crisis, f--:'"?-. r. i ;'.
In Lbndon yesterday. Foreign
Minister Christian Pineau said he
could not support the users asso
ciation "at the moment" because
the second Suez conference had

Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho, Its Off

Anytiay, Jhat
ROME..Senti 22 (UP) Your
children may take tours of the
moon or mars and you may live
long enough to see them off.
,That Is the general consensus
among the hard-headed scien scientists
tists scientists and engineers today wind winding
ing winding up the final business of the
International Astronautlcal con conference
ference conference here.
The day when inter-planetary
travel was the exclusive province
of the science-fiction writer Is
gone. Today travel to the moon



Pmpan .; ertfr,A
. The official spokesman said to today
day today the government has fully ap
proved rineau s stand.
"The cabinet has reaffirmed the
government's determ i n a t i o n to
mane prevail the principle of in
ternational t management of the
canal ouUined by the first London
comerence," ne said,)--.-!'-!.;-..,.
"The cabinet will accent no con
cession on the principle of inter
national management. It is with
this specific reservation 1 that
ranee will agree to loin the as
4 wiatinn nf ranai
Trcpfcal Storm
Brewing Around
Mexican Gulf
NEW ORLEANS. 8eDt. 22 (UP)
The Weather Bureau warned
of the possibility of a tropical
storm forming in the Gulf of
Mexico today as a suspicious
area rouea in over the Yucatan
The Weather Bureau said that
a hurricane hunter plane, from
Jacksonville, Fla. took off at
dawn to investigate the squally
area which was moving north'
westward into the gulf. ; ;
It t S ;'a.m. EST4 advisory,
weathermen predicted that the
area of, disturbance was "quite
likely to develop Into a tropical
storm by late today.- r
The disturbance was moving
about IS miles an hour and was
over the Yucatan Peninsula
near Merida early this morning.
i Squalls with, winds up to 40
miles per hour were expected
over the South Central Gulf of
Mexico, and small craft-warnings
from Galveston. Tex., to
Apalachicola, Fla., were Issued.
; Small craft should not venture
far into the open- gulf" today,
and should remain In port to
night and tomorrow, the weath
er Bureau said.

s What Scientists Promise

and marg may be only three or
four decades away.
Many laymen find the Idea of
traveling to the moon a bit
startling, but most of the scien scientists
tists scientists at this conference have
given observers the Impression
that they are leaning over back backwards
wards backwards to be cautious. The scien scientists
tists scientists stress that Just when man
will reach the moon Is anybody's
guess, but it may be late in this
century; v .:'
The scientists are the first to
admit that they have not solved


Ghamorro Sought

An assailant, tdfentifie A

pumped four bullets into Somoia Friday night as he and
his wife were entering in the ''Workers' House" at Leon'
to take part in an official celebration.
Airline passengers baying tickets for Managua,
where a state of seige was imposed immediately follow following
ing following the assassination attempt, were being told yesterday
they could enterlicaragua but would not be permitted
to leave until the state of seige is lifted.
r 0ne f .the four buliets fired by Loper,Pere, who
was shot dead on the spot by Somoza'a bodyguards, an.

i?u me strongman s chest.
'"ck' f

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-tory, technicians: Mrs. Louisa Lea Lea-tests,
tests, Lea-tests, and Mrs.: Esther Swift, who s
laboratory tests.' 1
Another Corgas tearti,. headed
Bruce, chief of the Panama. Canal

Ibrook .yesterday 'morning to render medical assistanca
to Somoza.
Yhe second group from Gorgas was sent at the r
quest of Col. Bruce, who sent word from Managua yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon ;

The first medical team liarf InJ
structions to bring Somoza to Gor
gas if at aU possible, if not to sub
mit him to surgery on the spot.
The assailant Lopez Perez was
described as a Nicaraguan who
naa reiurnea to Nicaragua irom
1 Salvador only recently.
Other United Press report
from Managua said th police
were searching for former Presi President
dent President Gen. Emilitno Chimorro,
en suspicion of being implicated
in the plot te assessinahi Tacho.
Chamorro was said to have been
in Leon, where the shooting occur occurred,
red, occurred, only a week ago. Police are
trying to establish what was his
According to renorti Chamorrn
has disappeared from bis residence
in Managua..:;!.:.U,-, ,'
The- Nicaraguan eonsul general
in New Yprk, last night told United
rress ne naa yearned tnrougn a
telephone conversation with As-j
semblyman Luis Somoza, the Pres President's
ident's President's son, that Tacho had made
a marvelous recovery'! between
a.m. and 3 p.m. yesterday,
r j t

Domoza-i eon was aiso quoiea llwil Chirred with attpmnt.

tftvine iheir rVItAretOntt & a a aalm'L

and that police "had already clear-
ea up me pure," -
An official communiaue Issued
uj wie mwnsuaii guvci juiicrii,
said Somoza's condition is "sat
isfactory" and the strongman lai
in "no danger at all.' .
To Mars And
all the problems connected with
space travel. Their confidence is
based on the enormous strides
science has taken 4n the 20th
century and the rapidity with
which so many of the problems
connected with space travel
have been solved."
The U.S. Navy is now building
the rocket which will launch the
first artificial satellite. Within
10 years, the scientists will have
a manned satellite spinning a a-round
round a-round the world at an altitude
of several hundred miles. Then!


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NEW YORK, Sept. 22 (UP) L
Corky, a Boxer dog that already
has won medals- for capturing
2 bandits and saving another
dog's life, set himself, up for
another award today by helping
capture a prowler,
Corky,; who sleeps in the bed bed-room
room bed-room of his master. Re n a I A
Topal,, 19, aroused the Topal
family in their eighth-floor aparU
ment at .1:10 a.m, by barking
loudly and leaping at a lira
escape window.
Konald awakened and spotted
a prowler on the fire escape. He
got a .32-caliber rifle and opened
the window. His mother-. Mrs.
Louise' Topal, telephoned police.
Ronald's father, liquor store
owner Harry Topal, told his son
to fire a warning shot. The
prowler, -who had edged up to
the ninth floor, stopped when he
heard the shot and remained still
until police arrived. "He was iden identified
tified identified as Calvin Cleckley. 18. and
c n a r g e a with
i a"""
Corky got his first medal in
January, 1955, by capturing 2
handils. armpri with aim .n.i
a knife, whn mh tn mh ti:
nquqr store. At ropars signal
the dog sprang at the thugs and
held them at ba until police
arrived. ;
Moon We' Go;
For Century
there will be satellites orbltlr?
around the moon, and report1.! j
to earth on lunar conditions. Fi Finally
nally Finally man will land on ti.
moon, .,
The speed with which the In International
ternational International Astronautlcal Feder Federation
ation Federation has grown is in itself m
Indication of how fast the apart
age may oe approacning. ti j
ffederatlon was founded only $ t
years ago, and more than 4 j
scientists showed up for its con convention
vention convention this year 150 mo,
than expected.


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The men from Company A nd chine funs on a target to the front

Tank. Company, 20:h IrJantry Reg
iment. Fort Kobbe, put on a dem

onstration of the infantry tanV

trim ut the attack at Fort Kobbe'.

Venado Beach recently for instruc instruction
tion instruction of Latin-American officers stu

dying at the L'SAJlCABiB .School

at tort Gulick.
The class opened with a discus

sion of the composition, capabili

ties and tactical employment of

the rule company and a platoon of
Tht particular problems encoun

tered when fighting in d e a a e

woods, buut up areas, jungles, er
any place where observation is
limited, were graphically illustrat

ed when a tank was used to dem dem-strate
strate dem-strate saturation fire with 76mm
guns and .30 or .SO caliber ma-

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of tne class.

"Yeu can readily imagine hew
pleated a rifle cempany cam-
minder weuld, be," the Latirv
American efficeri were told, "ta
have attached ta hit eempiny a
tank platoon, thvt givng him the
additional llrtttwir of the
tanks' sever -I machine .guns
plus the main armament ef each

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The spectators were given a
first hand look at the components
of the tank platoon when the iwe
tanks that comprise the platoon
moved to the front of the stands
and their crews dismounted. Indi

vidual roles of the tank comman commander,
der, commander, tank driver, tank gunner and

wader were explained to the au audience.
dience. audience. .-
Highlighting the class was an at attack
tack attack on a fortified enemy position,
in which juty demolition charges
simulated actual combat conditions.

Up the side of "Tank Hill," re-

KAMPALA (UP) Uganda's captured again and again by the
famous wild elephant, called thelmen f th 2utn Infantry in train train-Lord
Lord train-Lord Mayor of Paraa, may have m exercises throughout the year,

to be shot all because he is work

ing too hard to publicize Uganda's
Murchison Fall's National Game
Park. -.
Ever since a safari lodse was

opened last year for tourists the
Lord Mayor has been one of the
chief attractions. Ho never wan wanders
ders wanders far from the camp and
shows bo fear of humans.
But now h is overdoing H.
From peering into windows he
has taken to noonlnc hie head

into tents. He ripped the sheet
from the bed in which one visitor'

was, lying and stole woman I
tourist's frock from her. bedside!
chair. He took another visitor's
towel and rubbed himself down!
with it .i
' He has learned how to turn on
taps in the camp (rounds when!
ha wants drink.. or' a bath,' but
ho has not learned to. turn off the'
"In an effort to' break him' of this!
trick. Park Warden John Mills cut
off the water at the main. After;
turning the tap on and waitina"
vainly for his usual bath, the Lord
Mayor ripped out the pipe.
Mills lost his patience. He ad-1
ranced on the elephant shaking a!
stick at him. ;
This affront enrared the Lord!
Mayor, He chased Mills back into1
the housev smashed his chicken!
coops and demolished his rarrien

v"He really is an extraordinary!

nepnini, sua iuis. "rutherto
ho has been a perfect gentleman,
but we simply must stop him get getting
ting getting too familiar. The problem is
how to do it without
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moved the strikins force.

At H-hour the infantry crossed
the line of departure and moved to
the assault position. Joining the in infantry,
fantry, infantry, the tanks moved forward
rapidly, ready to play their vital
role in the battle.
Prior to the attack, the team
commander had made detailed re reconnaissance,
connaissance, reconnaissance, issuing concise or orders
ders orders on the plan of attack as well
as orders for reorganization on
the objective.

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Mr. Charles E. Reilly, of Mar "For A Safe Home" is the theme ounce to be used as an aid to bund, time the pea company's re re-garua,
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rrUy's observance of National Dog tional Dog Week. 'switchboards. j to simplify design and opera-
Vte'4, Sept. 23-29, it is announced! -The seven points objectives of. The tiny, light, sensitive device: tionof successive new products,
bv Ravmond J. Hanfield, execu National Dog Week include: 1. A'fits on top of an index finger anl,Thenew 61 pen required tens

live secretary of Nation Dog Week, good home for every dog. 2. ElirnU
hrnrimiarters in New York City.. i nation of stray dogs from the

1J56 marks the 29th consecu-i streets. 1 Better informed dog
live year ofN'ational Dog Week owners. 4. Teach consideration for

It is sponsored by the .National, dogs ana ail animals, a. tmpna

Dog Welfare Guild, Inc., move movement
ment movement of non-profit charater which

attemDts to make the dog more:

siez the dog's use as a companion

helper and home protector. 6. Se Secure
cure Secure fair laws foe dogs and their!

valuable to his owner and more! owners.,, 7. Teach' respect for the

acceptable to the non-owner.. Rear
Admiral Richard E. Byrd, noted
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loved beloved dog men, is the 156 nation national
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A food home for, every

riehts of non doe owners

Members of this year's Adviso
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Week-include; Martha F. Allen,
national president! Camp Fire

Girls, Inc.; David W. Armstrong,
national executive director. Boys'

Clubs of America; Gabriel Heat-

ter, noted r a.d I o commentator;

Fannie Hurst, aumor: tsng. un.

Wavne O. Kester. president. A-

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n; Mrs. Roy F. Layton,, national)

is the only Piece of en'inmtr.t tMl

must be worn in addition to the
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When the operator hears the sig-i
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her finger with the attached device

across the switchboard until she
hears a bua through her headset.1
At that point she plugs in the cord,
to the nearest jack, thus complet completing
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The company says the device is
still in the experimental stage and
will receive a series of tests soon.
(Bell Telephone Laboratories, New
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A new index for listing,'tele?hbne
numbers slides- out ; from under underneath
neath underneath the telephone and has space
for up to 200 names and numbers.!

Only a small, black tab shows in

of thousands of research hours,
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to carry that basic design prin principle
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The majority- of these com
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president. Girl Scouts of the Unit-, front of the telephone when the)

ed States oi America; uuy uum uum-bardo,
bardo, uum-bardo, orchestra leader, Lauritz
Melchior, tenor; John C. Neff, ex executive
ecutive executive vice-president, American
Kennel Clubt Hon. John Phillips,
Member. Congress of the U.S.A.:

Rutherford T, Phillips, executive

director, American Humane Ass'n;

Hon. Katharine St. George, mem

ber. Congress of the U.S.A.;

Blance Saunders, dog obedience

authoritv: Dr. Arthur E. Schuck,

Chief Scout Executive of the Boy
Scouts of America; Albert Staehle,
illustrator; Ed Sullivan, column columnist;
ist; columnist; Lowell Thomas, world travel traveler.
er. traveler. Gene Tunney, sportsman and

D.'J. H. Yarborough, president of

the American Animal Hospital As

index isn't being used: Tha tab isi

used to pull out ruled sheetsxon
which names and numbers have
been written.
The index is made of BakeliM
rigid .vinyl sheet plastic. It comes
with an .overlay of clear plastic to
prevent smudging the list. (Foley
Industries, Larchmont, N.Y.) j
For fishermen there's a new bait
dispenser that pins onto the shirt.

The plastic dispenser contains a
dav's supply of salmpn-ecg ba;.
The eggs fill the' top half of the
'dispenser and automatically roll
into position for baiting down a
tube. Tr ole procedure is
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' 2 Eliminatiort o stray dots
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S. Better informed do owa owa-era.

4. Consideration for dogs and

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5, Emphasis of the dog's tase
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International Boy Scouts of the

Canal Zone will hold s fund-rais

ing activity at the scout center in

1, Boca on Friday and Saturday.

Oct S and 6 in the form of a night
. of fun. .
i' Thia activity is being ; held ; for
for the purpose of acquiring funds
to furnish uniforms for. the boy
acouts of the trooD. -

.Various games of sViU, and other
entertainment features as' well as

refreshments will be available for
the delight of those attending.
: All residents of the community
are invited to come ou and lend
, their fincial support.

A Waynesburg dairy that recleved
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eral several weeks assigned Charles Dicey
to keep a long vigil one mortilnf
and discover the miscreant in the
act It was a chipmunk that deftly

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Mr. and MrsT Kanj Eliot of Panama and Boquete announce the engagement and
approaching marria?e ot their daughter, Ann Hansita, to Gunnar Knutson Lindabi of
Call, Colombia, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Knut I.indahl of Call.
Miss Elliot, who was born in Panama, a ttended the Academy, of Mt. St. Vincent in
Massachusetts and Tuxedo Park School in N ew York:, V
Her fiance, who was born in Cali, atte nded Uppsala University in Sweden.
r A weddini; is planned next month ln .Boquete, v 1

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Mrs. Raul Barrios save a gala
'cocktail buffet at the Union Club

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T Will bt said on Tuesday, September 25 at 7:30 a.m.
at La Virgen del Carmen Church, Via Espana, for
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. Back Aotict for Inclntion in this
column ihould be lubmitHi in
typt-written form snd muled to one
of the box numbers lilted daily in
"Social and Othtrwfso," or dlivtr.
d by hand to tht affica. Notice of
meetings canot be accepted by
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Esslingar Will Lecture ''
To Civil Enoineers -
The September meeting of the
Panama aection ot me American
Society of Civil Engineers will
feature W. H. Esslinger, Chief
Hydrographer of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company. Esslinger will ore-
sent a lecture entitled "The Caus Causes
es Causes and Effects of Weather on the
Isthmus of Panama." He will al also
so also include in his talk a discussion
of water usage on the Isthmus
This talk was given to the Pana
ma Canal Natural History Society
m August and the reports were all
highly complimentary.
The meeting will be held in the
Fern Room ot the Hotel Tivou.
Guests arc welcome. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be served. Sports shirts
will be permissible. ,"
CZ Art League
Will Meet In Gatun ? ;
A meeting of the Canal Zone Art
League will be held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John .Greening of
Gatun, Thursday, Sept. 27 to plan
the November Exhibit, which is
sponsored annually by the Art
Rotary Altar Society
The Rosary Altar Society of Sa Sacred
cred Sacred Heart Chapel in Ancon will
hold its regular monthly meeting
in the Social Hall following reci recitation
tation recitation of the Rosary at 7:30 p.m.,
Tuesday, Sept. 25. Following an
important business meeting, -refreshments
will be served by Mrs.
Molly Edmondson, Mrs. Margaret
Hern, Mrs. Julieta Burda and Mrs.
Catherine Filo.
Altar Guild of Cathedral
Of St. Luke
The Altar Guild of the Cathedral
of St. Luke, Ancon will meet in
the Guild Room on Tuesday ve-

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Of 20ih
Bt pvt. cliff hardie
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It was foggy and the runways
were still somewhat wet when
w trot to Howard Airfield early
last Saturday morning to parti participate
cipate participate with the troops in Oper Operation
ation Operation Airlift, a giant training
exercise Involving the ; entire
20th infantry Regiment.
Six troop carriers, Ollfl's, ft
division of the Air Force's T:c T:c-tlcal
tlcal T:c-tlcal Air command, stood ready,
their bellies 'yawning open
greedily, in anticipation of the
men and trucks soon to be load!
ed for the flight to France Field
A rifle platoon from "A," "B"
and Headquarters Companies, 64
men In all, stood by with full
field packs and weapons, many
of them looking forward, to
their first flight., . ; .
Three trucks and two jeeps
were loaded aboard. It was not
an easy job, backing a two-and-a-half
ton truck np the
narrow ramps Into, the C C-119
119 C-119 s. You could see the plane.
dJnTioticablv as the truck'
eased aboard the truck driv
er duckinr low in the seat,
such-was the margin of clear-
US Army Plans To
Across 600 Miles
Detailed plans are being com completed
pleted completed for blazing a safe trail a a-cross
cross a-cross 600 miles of Antarctic ice,
by a team held by an Army major
and then transporting 500 tons of
equipment along that trail to build
a science base in Marie Byrd Land
during Antarctic Operation Deep
freeze 11.
The base will be manned by A
merican scientists during, the In-
ternationai Geophysical Year sci
enca studies in 1957-58.
Comdr. Paul W. Frazier, will be
in overall command of locating
the trail and transporting the sup
plies to Marie Byrd Land, where
Seabees now wintering over at
Little America will erect the sci
ence station at latitude 80 degrees
south, longitude 120 degrees west'
In mid-October an advance re
connaissance party of ten Army
and Navy trail experts will land at
Kelly Field. Little America, by
Navy Aircraft. While advanced air
reconnaisssace : cl in e i proposed
trail is made from ski-equipped
planes, members of the surface
nartv will assemble trail nrovi-
sions and equipment, load their ve-
days later.
Demolition experts and a trail
nlng, Sept. 25,at 7 P m. The Very
Rev. Jtfainert J. Peterson, Dean
of the Cathedral will be the speak
er. Note change in time from the
regular meeting hour.
Balboa Woman's Club
To Have Board Moating v
The regular stated board meet
ing of the Balboa Woman's Club
will be-held Wednesday, Sept. 26,
at V a.m at the jwb center.-au;
members are urged to attend.
Arts And Crafts Group
Moots Tomorrow i -
The Arts and Crafts Group of
the Balboa Woman's Club will hold
an, important meeting tomorrow.
at 9 a.m. at the home of Mrs.
Hughes, House 1520-A, Akee St.,
in the Gavilan Area. Plans will be
discussed for the annual -extiibit
and all members ere urged to at attend.
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Supervising the kadine were
j men of the 1st Aerial port
Squadron from 18th Air. Force
Headquarters, Donaldson Air
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Carolina, some of w ham had
been at Fort Kobbe since hv.
21, coordinating plan, for 'die
Air' Movement. : -
T-Sgt. Mack Rene and his as assistant,
sistant, assistant, S-Sgt. George Knicker Knickerbocker
bocker Knickerbocker bore the brunt of the
bufden. Along with the other
men from 1st Aerial Port, they
Cook charge of the safety of the
troops, irq leaomg ana lashing
of cargo and equipment, and
most importantly the weight
and balance of the aircraft..
Promptly at nine o'clock we
loaded aboard plane 975, the
men with their. M-l rifles, car
bines, and automatic rifles.
Lt. Robert C. Blythe was to
pilot the craft, and he had with
him a formidable group of as assistants:
sistants: assistants: Lt. Jack Pevev as in instructor
structor instructor pilot, and as navigators
Dt. cnanes a. Henderson, Lt
.'Charles tenertz, and Lt. Ronald
iPinnette,plus two engineers.
Blaze Safe Trail
Of Antarctic Ice
party cook will be assigned from
a group of volunteers now winter-.
ing over in Little America. ;
When visual air and photograph
ic reconnaissance of the trail has"
been made and aerial' maps have:
oeen studied, tne party will put out
from Little America in two track
ed 'weasels," one tracked 'Sno-
Cats"; and two 35-ton D-8 Cater
pillar tractors which will be equip
pert with snow-plow hlades. n
Each weasel will be equipped
with electronic instruments to de detect
tect detect crevasses (fissures in the ice
which may be covered by snow
ana appear sate on the surface.)
All vehicles will have two-way ra
dio, v
The' Sno-Cat is nrimarMv
sonnel carrier, t n c 1 o s e d for
warmin, ana nas room for clothing
and -trail necessities Tho b i a ft t
tractors will pull fuel sleds and a
wanmngan wnicn will ne used
for feeding and sleeping the crew
Nsvieatinn will hp rinne'hv f.V
quent observation of the sun and
py oacK signnng" (steering in
line with trail flags planted : a-
sierai. iraii nags win dp mount.
ed on bamboo poles taken into the
nuunvui; lasi.year uy siup I rum
Panama. Mileage will be recorded
by Odometers in the weasels, i
Maj. Merle R. Dawson, US,' Ar Army,
my, Army, is the oificer-in-charce and his
goal will be to map and mark
twenty miles of safe trail per day.
'Of course in good weather and
over good ice we xan cover manv
more miles in 24 hours," he ex explains.
plains. explains. 'But the 20 mile per day
goal wiu laKe into account bad
weather and the delays involved
in filling crevasses along the
trau." rr;- l-).---
SPOKANE. Wash flip)
Deputy -Sheriff Robert Rooney!
rushed to the scene when a tourist
reported a hand grenade was in
tne atove of his motel' room.
Rooney evacuated the motel unit
and gently removed the .grenade.
It was a toy. but Rooney said it
was "a good thing nobody behind
me yelled 'Dang
ryou: three f -:
' .it. I"
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i ran: ma

AH were from the 774th
Troop Carrier Squadron, sta stationed
tioned stationed at Ardmore, Oklahoma,
and had been staying at Fort
Kobbe s'nee Sept. 5. To these
men of the Vn ted States' Tac Tactical
tical Tactical Air Command tbe oper operation
ation operation was almost routine.
But it was hardlv routine to
the infantrymen. The men who
had .b?en trained in jungle war warfare,
fare, warfare, in the art of survival on
jungle v e g e t a e 1 on, looked
strangely out of place as they
tighten the draps on their
parachutes. ,
Lt. Blythe explained to the
men t-h onerai;ion or the chutes
and the various aspects of air-
saieiy, returneo to his cabin,
and In a few more minutes we
were airrorne. v v s
Flying at a,n altitHde of about
1000 feet, our route carried us
across the Isthmus to the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side in a matter of 15
minutes. Below the trp InnVeH
like sprouts of broccoli floating
uj a large dowi, ana wKn the
roofs of native huts- created a
stranee pattern in t.vt lnno-io
men who had always seen them
from the ground. t j
. Between Darien and r.nmhnn
we crossed the canal, and con
tinued on towards our objective:
- Alt nine-thirty -we touched
down at France Field, and the
men and machinery disembark disembarked,
ed, disembarked, The Air Training Mdvement,
one In the series heinw -rondnr-t.
ed for a twoweek period bv the
commnea Army and Air Force
personnel had been effected:' to
th troops who might some day,
by necessity, face a similar sit
uation m corneal;, it naa been
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Scouts of her experiences at the next meeting which-will be
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SUNDAY, Sept. S3, 1958.
1:00 limp Unto Mv Feet
: Frontiers ot Faith
; 3:00 Armed Force Hour
4:00 Encore
8:00 Harry Owent
- 5:30 Faith For Today
. 6:00 Npwj
6:15 r Tndirtrv on Parade''
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7:30 Pinvhoilse of Stars
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4:30 Robert Q. Uwtf I
4:45 Pattl Paise '
5:00 Professional Father
5:W Winky Dink
m fjpwjj and PnAra:na
7:00 Favorite hiistjand
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:30 I've Got, A. Secret' 1
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Visit In Miami
Mrs. B. -Donald' Humphrey of
Nw Cristobal will leave Monday,
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noon by plane tor, Miami lor a

three weeks', visit with her. Iather, f Ealboa, will De the myauaing m
Mr. Gerald D..iliss, former Crisficer. .v : ":W
tobal Postmaster; ,'. h The Rev. Ray M. Blakely, Min

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Short Story: Under Ivy ;
look May Lurk Caveman

..,,; By DICK KLEINER .'
- iSk YORK (NEA) Be Be-tiath
tiath Be-tiath the cnnservative Ivv 'Look

-.' suit there may well lurk a pair of

leopard" skin shorts; Under, the
rugged blue jeans there may be a
pair of shorts ieaturing entwined
hearts..'' Below the tweed.' slacks
there may livev a pair of shorts!

i oenec'Kec wim zuuiac sigua. r
No matter how conservative to to-'day's
'day's to-'day's mate, he' likes" the Jazz
iuddcnly become big sellers.
' 1 It' all question of psychology.
' So says Peter E, Siegle, consult consult-.
. consult-. ant to Ceoper's and a man who
may Well b the world's only
; practicing) underwear' psy psychologist.
chologist. psychologist. i 4
"Man has always been a vain
animal," Siegle says. ''He likes to
think .of himself as a vigorous,

healthy specimen, a kind of civi-H

tlized caveman.'' y,1 "f
..i So, from' the' mil standpoint
a civilized fcavaman Ukas 'things
ht are rugged and brash; And
what could be, brasher than fancy
:r (thartsr 1' V'.--"' .-' ;
Womeni who, buy : much of the
v. clothes men wear, also, get .into
the fancy' shorts act. "Siegle says
that wives are always "trying lo
' n tip" men's, apimrel, and they
S"t a better reception at home
when they start on the bottom
layer; where a man can wear
. bleeding hearts and not -ieel silly.
' Cooper's, proceeding' with the
results of Siegle's psychological
studies on underwear, has avail available
able available shorts imprinted with things
like hearts," zodiac : signs,, leopard
1 stripes, remaps, tomcats, college
seals, airline and railroad sym symbols,
bols, symbols, barber shop- poles, political
''figures, night' club signs and other
rodds and ends. : 't' ;
' It's a far cry from red flannels.

' But he's still the same old con
servative haf acter on- "the, sur-
face. In shirts, t for example
more than 70 per cent of all dress
' -sh'rts' sold are plain whites. The
brief popularity of pinks, yellows,
greens and purples he's, happily.

Ovcf HOC ''Monday
'.-V-; -ii, -I
.i.' The third in-a' series ot
monthly talk? on "Speak Up For
t Democracy" Vill be given ovr
fredid atatidrf HOG at 6 p.m. on
a.Jonday bT Sol J. Kaplan, pa pa-trlotic
trlotic pa-trlotic instructor of the Canal
Zone VFW. '
Kapfan will refer to the talks
fiven at the recent V.F.W, S7th
r' national encampment in Dallas,
Texas, bv a Catholic priest, an
' ambassador;- the vice president
tt 'the United states and a Ma Ma-.
. Ma-. rinp Corps general, regarding
'what, they, had learned abou
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Joan Crawford In
- AlTOtN I KAVt S -Hear
Nat King Cole sing the
son? that mace famous this
picture!. : Pius:
See the dirty tricks In boxing
Humohrev Bosart in

I nnfl installation etf officers to be
beld Thursday, evening. Sept. 27 at!
the Cristobal Masonic Temple at
7:30 p.m.
..- ii- n . i n nr A

miss iveuie r, Hoigerson, r.n..oi iew uneans, nas uiu tei-uus

lister of the Gatun Union Church.tsays it a just. a case ot baa leg-

will be (he guest speaker,
Ml members, par ents and!
friaridi nf Kainhriuf' most' cor-
,Kl!., ir...iil ift&nt
ujctuT luvutu iv minii .
Refreshments Will be served in
the banuet hall following the in
stallation. . .-
.: i.' .'. rt- r 1 h V'i ( "'!' u V''.'-
died out. There is a bigger mar
ket for novelties stripes, checks!
white-on-whue lately, though.
- This may b something for you
io cnccK into, nancy Aeiiy, inei
fine actress of Broadway and Hol Hollywood,
lywood, Hollywood, has a oet theory.
"Di,' 'you; ever notice?" she
asks, f "Men who don't wear tie
clasps mea who let thefr ties f'v
in thel breezealmost always iil
turn out to have been psycho psychoanalyzed.
analyzed. psychoanalyzed. It's amazing, but it
usually works that way." )
l wear a good sturdy tie clasp,
myself .. ;-. :-,
The ig surge of interest in sub
urban toats slated to be one of
the tori-selhng items of the fall
nas, prompted manufacturers to
invent aoniething new. This com coming
ing coming 'spring will see spring suburban
coats orJt the market,, or perhaps
they should be called suburban top
coats. , : ,' ", ...... ...
. They'll, come in the same length
as the recular xnhnrhan rnil hut
colors. ; ,
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with Gresorv Peck
with John Hodiak

Is The Braft
Crevs Says.
.fate oi the tug Bratt, operating out
- ,i i i j -
iaming aooui a jinx.
J But the Coast Guard gives no of
ificial nod to. such superstition,
consider .me ;ouoiea past w
the RraiL
I In Mv tQp,5 h hit a ve1 nn
i t- . w

the Mississippi, River and aankflul Jiwv" lv4lf

Mississippi, River and sank.
The crew was saved.. I
She was raised. In March of this:
side near Mobue, Ala., when a
m. "hM'Vfi. I dau
Bratt and her barge. Two -dayss
late hor hrii nlnwefl into hen
beaten skirts and sent her to the!
hnttnm tn hiih h. wis BKllinB

JcrtonVed 77?K' J'

And 24 hours later, her co-owner
drowned when his soeedboat cap-J
sized after he looked over t his
Bratt as she lay in the Intra-coas
talCanal 30 miles south of .Newi
" Raised again, her acting can-

ta.r Darned, sayingt ;. iDeCember. 1952. outfit has" often
. I may lose my JOb,' but J U( exceertert .nnmniJ ranmitu Rh
never go out o, th. Bratt agata. Z'SKanf

Tiie ru-si ume i loosed inaiiug,'
I knew something was funny about
It. Wie S Jinxea..
. : : :
The lawi calls for licensed r"ots
i rfpam-Mutered.tuBS. but not

offii. tJSfil- speculation ; that satellite plants I bottom out from under Elk Point, situation 'soon may reach digas digas-nothmg
nothmg digas-nothmg of Jinxes. Offic a Believe using gtee, wiU be gttracted fu the town of 1)367 pe0pie 60 miles ter propoitions N ,
m.nte. La UAS ire!,MMtl,,eillabu' bfrSoutliDakol, j Cracks were spreading in walls
it i, skiL ' ijl.J'ePients The town's big
ilrXZi if ihk' Per,od .' 1 Elk Point's largest buildings 'buildings appeared to be auffer-
v,.svhirhtaM5Sk and 12! iV ; f may be beyond saving, officials i8 the mot d8ma?e, possib'y be-
year in- which 13 tugs sank and JZ J. ; ;; ;y said. And hiuh 'school students "?e of their (weight, and seaf-

spector at-the. U. S. Coast Guard ; .j s -'i' ..
headquarters, in New Orleans said PALMA, Mallorca.i Sept. 22 v
recently: v.' ; i UP) FUra actor Errol Flynn
"You can put anybody you. want has undergone an operation of
up there- to operate a diesel-pow-j undisclosed nature on th island
ered tug., They, are not subject, to of Iblza. according to reports
full Coast, Guard inspection nor reaching here.
are their operators required to bei -
certified by the Coast Guard.", The reports said tha, Flynn

Cmdr, John, F. Kettier, otneer m.
charge of marine inspection here,
said that'some companies, on their
own decisions require that their
diesel officers '' and men b li
censed. But some of the compan-j
The Coast Guard calfo It, a big
problem because of ,the terrific uv
rris in the towinff business.
Capt. James C Wendland, in
charge of 'marine Inspection be
fore he retired,, commented;
Thanks to this tentatiomri new
halrcoloring w cttato color
M fa you I It au'rti ytvt torn torn-plexion,
plexion, torn-plexion, MhaiKw yeur gwiea
allty. For w literally ."make B
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The Coast Guard, would wel
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Corporation plant's influence in
the area. Many residents have no
connection with the firm but are
engaged -m businesses were relat related
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' Since-steel production began in'UP)The towa of Elk Point is

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arrived in Ibiza port Thursday
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He was accompanied by his wife,
Patricia Whitmore. ;
The report, indicated the op operation
eration operation took place the night of
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CAROLYN CORN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Corn of
Diablo Heights spent part of the month of August in the All All-States
States All-States Encampment at Cody, Wyoming, Where she represent
ed the Senior Girl Scouts of the Canal Zone. While she was
in camp, she visited Yellowstone. National Park and -took
part in a 6-day hike. , .'.-v

Town Is Sinking;
. :.: :;v' ': ; V -r - ''.;,
iv; Ice ; Age Is Blamed

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suiiung miQ me eann. iuwu oui-

ciais today aoanaoneu me nigninas snuted

school and called on the govexpor
were moved into new rooms after
four" earthquake-like shocks rat rattled
tled rattled their desks.,
Mayor J.J. Murphy followed up
an emergency meeting of town
leaders y putting in a telephone
calUto Gov. Joe Foss a World
War II hero, at the state capitol
in Pierre. He said damage al-J
ready, amounts to $1,000,000.
Foss was busy campaigning
with ( Vice President Richard M.
Nixon in the nearby Rapid City
area, but he was expected to take
time out .to inspect Elk Point's
sinking, buildings .and buckling
walls. "'.
Other state officials also prom promised
ised promised they will. see what, if any anything,
thing, anything, can be done to save Elk
Point. : ., f ,?
There was no panic although the
whole outer edge of St. Joseph s
Catholic Church appeared to have
of accu
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sunn, and the floor Was dropping
out of the- school building The
inree-story stone courthouse also
' Charles Sloan, the Sioux Falls
architect- who raised thealarm
lo'dnw ms thrown against the
school honsaf wall to keep at least
Maiuui it saie.:- ., -.t: r :
Oflier-buildings appeared to be
safe,, however, officials mpha-
sizea mai :any tnreat to the
tire town will come slowlw
- tilt Point, cane blame its trou troubles
bles troubles on ihe four prehistoric gla glaciers
ciers glaciers which ground over the Da
kotas-the : last 10,000 to (12.000
Lyears ago.
.'3 ,t'i.
, The. glaciers laid a 'grand mix mixture'"
ture'" mixture'" of, gravel, sand, ctav
boulders under what If 'fijvt' Elk
Point, .The vmixtr is, abofl DC
feet thick and building foundations
apparently caniot reach bed rock.
Now ho Vrand mifi"-e" appears
to be drifting and E'k Point is
drifting and sinWng witjt it.,,
Townspeople s blame the- dam damming
ming damming or- th'e Missonrf P'ver up upstream
stream upstream and ,: 2 ; ronseeutive. dry
years for the drift. Stat geolo geolo-iss'
iss' geolo-iss' agreed .hat low. water level
and 'extended dro"nht; co'd ,a,,,w
the strange drifting of glacial

hv over ine sinKinir tnum. cmri ih

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The first cracks began appear appearing
ing appearing 18 months ago, and nearbv
farmers started complaining cf
cave-ins 3 to 6 feet wide Li their
Construction continued in Elk
Point despite 'the drift and the!
town had its most bromine hiiiM.!
ing season in years this summer.
Excitement didn't, start until the

phutlyjo do "today!

Choice of complimentary cocktail and delicious menu
Music by LUCHO; AZCARRAG'S TRIO in the air J
conditioned comfort of 1 the' BALBOA ROOM
' U:30 a.m. to j:30 p.m. - -' v'
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. orchestra in the beautiful BELLA VISTA ROOM-aiid
for the late comers-!-George Godov plays th pianos
10 p.m. to.2 A-mln the. Balboa Bar.. : -Georae
also nlavs V i "i '"

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school children were eanscrei.
Tl'e band room. !oca;cd in the
northwest corner of the two-story
school b!ii!d:np. was the' first tn
crack. The wall pulled away from
the f'oor and the windows became
On' Wednesday, when all
pupils were in their rooms. hii
school students felt 4 distinct
shocks. ,

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Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 12:45

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j The Victory SabteY inconsistent tiurling Park
cts a chance to set another reconf at the fast Pres Pres-i
i Pres-i lent Remon racetrack this afternoon in the f ea ea-f
f ea-f ;red $700 one-mile f allop for First Series imported
..oroughbreds. : '

'Last Sunday Hurling Park sped
ven furlongs in the incredibly
,t tirnn of 1:23 3-5 for seven fur-;
i o bv far the fastest time ev-
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' done in tnu country ,uy a uiwtwui no ine ooouug on ivauir. ma ma-hhrorf
hhrorf ma-hhrorf ftvor that distance. Inuef Yeaia will suide Blakemere

A repeat performance by Hurt- Fernando Alvarez will handle 0 0-'
' 0-' Park could cause the present pulento's reins and Jorge Phillips,!

e mile record of 1:33, neia o y
iquiro, to be lowered consWera-j
y. The previous bolder of wet
ven furlong mark was also Pa-
iro whose 1:24 4-5 was toesider-!
I to' V excellent i by the "ex-
rtc ' v-- ;
i Even it the uppredicatable Hurt",
" Park does not live up .ex-
eCtailOM, upuieow
tne one nile-and-one-ergsai hkj
inr Kadur are capable of loweri
fti2 the present' standard.
1 Also scheduled to compete m we
are the improved Iia:
Aprs, which Witt run an enuyj
iui speedy wko; ana u
loming Golden- torn IL
.ocal Boy Reaches
At Fort Myer, Va.
t'illiam B.' Howard, son
nd Mrs. Wifliam A. wcwara, yj
St. Rio AbAjo, Panama, recenny
leached the finals ur tne weuer
Ieifht devisioir of the Jsecouo
rmy boxing ehapiuships at, Fort
liver Va.-.
1 Corporal Howard is regularly
Asi!'r.ed as a iunner in the 276th
Field Artillery Battalion's Bat
frrv C at Fort Knox, Ky
j The corporal entered the Army
iii Julv 1932, He is 1952 graduate
jl ArteS y ,Oficio High School.
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2 llonlta .' V
1 Alimpico
4 -Damadva
J Mimi
6 Cimbtrwell
7 Rtmirsn
; I Ludtn
9 Alhijar
10 Kadi r
Golden Bound
- Portal
Bull flea
' Quiescence
Bright Blade II
Ir'uh Profit
. Empire Honey
Blakemere U)
judge of this superb Scotch
Hm vou tried it?

! r WHITE HORSEf WliW v f ftl
I Qf course! ,'
j j Smoothness, flavour and fragrance are 'l ( .r (f j 1
i cuallties 'well understood by the true- f- -Ttr: T TZZ-1 ? y

Tba veteran vJos Bravo replac-i

es Bias Aguirre aboard Hurling
Park while Aguirre will be in El-
ko's saddle. A 1 f e n s o Carboncll
in -i l i : r i :
as usual, win rwe.uoiaen torn u.
i r j
Another interesting contest
should be the ninth race foe anoth-!
er group, ot First -Series imported
horses over the mile distance. In;
this race Emiure Honey and Alha-I
jar are expected to stage a beau-!
tiful dud. However. Cachafas and,
oegmu rtc (uui tuauvca vi biw
ing an upset. .- .
l Eight other prospective thrillers
are included on what snow! be an
excellent 'program.
Polanl Maple Leafs
Clobber Rccheflar, i
Head For J!ew Marks
- : i '.' .: 1
ROCJl!STER N.Y.- Sppt. 23-(UP)-Toronto's
Maple Leafs, who
set quite a few records during
tha vnonlai TtntlVnlllinnftl T.paTltp
..,..; n mi Ppira rtl

breaking several playoff records' next big name to go on the baseball
. . .. . u..j. tho rmcinnati frnnt

tir .in msnri.' rumo ova i
the Red -Wines.
Thri Leafs, reouted to be one Of
the fntest collections of stars in
thcistorv Of the loop, smasnen
15 ht. Incli'Hin'? four homer off
thu sprvps of Roohester starter
loser "Cotton" Deal and Gary Ge'-l
ger, The powerhouse effort, thoi?i
apprciatcd. wasn't really needed
as Ki..B'e;.-. 'eat ngm nanoeri
had the Wings under control all
the wav. He allowed jtist four nics.
struck out, four and flashed the
form that made him the third Wg Wg-eest
eest Wg-eest winner in the league during
the regular season.
- Blake's battervmate. Cart Sawat
ski. who walked four times Fridav
night managed to his his sixth
playoff homer to tie a record set
bv Howie moss ot Baltimore m n
43. Snwatski also ipoed his rhi
total to 13. He needs just four!
mors to break still another play
off record. . : ;'
Sam-Jethroe ha3 five bits, i in-
cludi" a hnme run as he teoperi
un .his bid to break Tommy
Holmes' playoff hit record of, 24,
th-r ex Dodger now l)as .13
Whisky .w
Companla CYRNOS. S. A.'. Colon

1 .'

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THE SUMMIT HILLS GOLF CLUB has taken six of Its better golfers and put them togeth together
er together as a bowling team. Strong on the golf course and almost-as powerful on the alleys, the
above team figures In the wind up of the Major Boiling League. .. Pictured left to right are
Howard Tettenburn, manager replacing Doc Anderson, who is ill; Bob Bowen, Mel Wheeler,
Harry Colbert, Bill Jamison and Bob Toland. Absent when picture was taken Is George Riley, v
1 i (Photo, by Earl Duke)-

TKI) KLUSZEWSKI could be the
the Cincinnati front
imuc man,
office openly unhappy about i the
bie buy s failure to get oown to
playing weight all season. . And
he's ; no longer an untouchable
since the Rhinelanders started Doo
Ana him this Vear. .,
Milweukee mystery-r-wny aoei i
Rob Buhl refuse to pitch to Del
Crindall, one of baseball's out-,
standing cat( hers? , f
By far the best rookie in th e
niajors is the'Redlegs' Frank Rob Robinson...
inson... Robinson... his career as a left field fielder
er fielder doomed :i Birdie Tebbetts al
ready: has 'him working at third.
hasp his first srjot in oro balL
or else he'll displace' .Gus-Bell In
center,' the latter moving to left,..
Only reason switch wasn't made
this year was fear Qf disturbing
his distance clouting,
Yankee 'Bfll Skowron down to
hit lowest weight in years, 192
. but nothing will cur .his
batting stumps except to keep
both hands on the club in his
follow th rouah. ; '. r'
Don Ellis, the premier Georgia
, Tech end who set upu tne j o n e,
i LI "i'1
ITU.!:."'" "c"'
& Pannma

i 13"


i i" Frank Robinson

and winning,' touchdown In the Su Su-aar
aar Su-aar Bowl when a Put back inter
fered with his receptton of a long
pass down near the coal line, be
came a flanker quite by accident
. . the accident happened wncn
he had f. front1 teeth knocked
out in a, jarring collision . a
quarterback then, he had to be
shifted because the snappy Tech
attack couldn't function wttn i
lisping 200-pound signal-caller. ,
Still doubt the impact, of pro
football? The Georgia brochure
proudjy lists Bulldogs w h o've
played formoney after gradua graduation
tion graduation from college1,
lobby interview with Frank
Lane: "The only-trouble with-the
normal development of Ken Boy,,
tr was bringing the kid up to the
majors last year. 'He might betterJ
have spent the. season in Triple A
ball not that there:s anytning
wrQng with his -physical equip-;
ment. It could have helped him
mentally.! ..." This is the kid who
was the All-Star Game sensation.;
Still the country boy Vinegar
Bend Miiell Stopped by L e ne
ho oiks: 'Why'nt you com to
Now York a day early and relax
here to face the Dodgers?" .
Miiell: "Would-have if. it'di
been ariy tlace but New Yo'k.
Cain't see sitting around', this
place for two dy." .' 1
Most erudite battery ifi baseball
is the Pirates'' Dick Hall and' Jack
Shepard .who figure oat such
problems as Tiow many raindrops
fall, on thft infield when a game is
halted .. ,' -. Thcv raised arched
eyebrows when' Umpire 'Frank
Dascott called a slightly wide
pitqh a ball the other day t, .when
a voice boomed from the opposing
dugout: "Go ahead,' fellas, t e,l 1
him how many revoluiions. the ball
took, getting up there." . t
The Cincinnati Reds have art
'automatic $25 fine for the pitch' pitch'-erilf
erilf pitch'-erilf any ball goes through the-
, box for a hit. C .: when 'the sum
mounts high enough, the pro-
ceeds ere used to throw a party
for pitchers only. v
It's a tribute to J. C.-Caroline,)
the former llhm flash, thaf. 'he
could gain job contention with the
Chicago Bears as a defensive back
. . because a chronically b a d
shoulder prevents him from lifting
his left arm above shoulder level
. U and means he has to defend
against passes with, one hind..'..-.
Rugged Pitt 'can find only out
flaw in the end play of Joe Wal Walton,
ton, Walton, Its top All-America hope: he
feels bad when he hits ball ballcarrier
carrier ballcarrier extra hard. V seems he
t(i to-be a fullback once him himself.
self. himself. J
Between you'n'me, one National I
League pitcher who got up to tne
majors after several flops because
he was certified as a reformed
character (no booze) is now unre-


Mufuel Dividends
1 Bacana $5.80, 30.
2 Golden Wonder $5 60,
1 Gourmet $3.40, 2.40.
2 Ourtlllero $3.40.
First Double: $960 v ..
1 Don Brigido $6, 3. ...
2 Petite $3.60.. '
One-Two: $20.40
1 Jaf Alai $10.40, 520.
2 Conquistador $5.20
, pulniela: $84.80
1 Cara de Sapo $14.20, 3 40.
2 Julie $3.80.
1 El Fakir $4.60, 3.80. 1
2 Riscal $4.80.
1 Gay spot $14.80, 7.20.
2 Suzerain $10. : v
Second Double $60
1 Radical $12.60, 5 60.
2 Bugaba $4.80.,
Qginielai $40.20
1 Ornamental Star $29,
2 Gavilan $4,40.
lGolazo $3.40, 2.80.
2 Trirreme $3.80.
Football Results
Oregon State 19, Missouri 13
Oklahoma A&M 27, K: State 7
Fforlda 26, Miss. State 0
Mississippi 45, No. Texas St! 0
Rutgers 33, Ohio Wesleyan 13
Wake Forest 39, W.. & JMary 0
Virginia 18,'V.M.E 0"" '.' -'T
Tulane 21, Virginia "fech 14
Nebraska 34, Soui Dakota 6
GecsWash. 7, Miami, of Ohio 6
Arkansas 21, Hardin-Simmons 6
Detroit 20. Marquette 7
ritw wesif v. u j --No:
No: --No: Carolina St. N.C. 8 i
Syracuse 26, Maryland 12 j
Georgia Tech 14. Kentucky v 6
Texas Christian 32; Kansas 0.
14i A IT A. If. M

Action And In
"Ths Proud Ones" On Wednesday

,v.; sefaWjijWA-;

production starring Robert Ryan, Virginia Mayo and Jef Jeffrey
frey Jeffrey Hunter, and opening on Wednesday at the, BELLA
VISTA Theatre, (chronicles with gun-blazing action the
- founding of law and order fn the boom cUics of the early
West. The story tells the exciting tale of last century giants,
who strode into, town to build and preserve the law of the
land against the redhot odds of stronje alliance that only
a frontier town could spawn.
THE PROUD QNES is thrilling and evidences a new
trend in Westerns, story, acting, direction and photography
of first order. '

L..Glraldo 113
' F. Sanchez 97x
R. Vasqutz 112
' F, Alvarea 105
: C. lelesias 105 ;
2 Must Be
Teloreo v
4 Tropica
5 Morenote
,"R. Cristian 112
7-Windsor.vS, Carvajal 104x
2nd Rate "F" Natives Tgt.
Punt $273.00 Pool Closet 1:11
O. Mirandl 107x
.E. Orteiga 106.
- B. Baeza 105
' J. Phillips 116
A. Carbonell 113
- S. Carvajal 10x
R. Vasquez,118
2- r-Redondita
3 Filort 1
4 -G. Bound
5- -Elenita
ft Guarare
7 Panchita
3rd Race "B-C" Nafives 6 Fas.
Purse $310.00 Pool Closes 1:43
. i ONE-TWO :
li Rabiblanco
B. Baeza 108
'A. Ycaza 109
2 Portal
3 Apache v
4 (Joe-
5 (Olimplco
J. Bravd 119
H. Ruiz 110
B. Aguirre 108
4rh Race "G" Natives 4
Purse $274.00 Pool Closes 2:20
. QUlNlcLA v.
1-La G. Ladra ; K, Flores 115
2 Tap Lady A. Gonzalez 113
1 Folletito S.' Carvajal 112x
4 Bull Flea A. Vasquez 113
5 Damadura J. Bravo lio
Irh Race "G'y Natives 4
Purse $273.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1 Ebony G. Montero HOx
2 Carlota K. Flores 112
3 Black Bee B. Baeza 106
4 Fuego v .r A. Ycaza 115
5 Mimi B. Aguirre 112
6th Race 2nd Series Imp, 7 Fes.
Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 3:35
1 Quiescence O. de-Leon 108
C. Ruiz 118
A. Vasquea 115
- M. Ycaza 105
C. Iglesias1 115
O. Miranda 112x
3 Camberwell
4 Dawn. Song
5 Don Cuto
7th Race Sre" Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 4:05
1 Gehizarito V:' Castillo 113
2 Bright Blade B. Baeza 112
3 Amln Dldl O. de Leon 108
4 Don Danl
S. Carvajal 105x
M. Ycaza 108-
H. Ruiz 113
F. Alvarez 105
A. Gonzalez 105
5 Venganza
6 Reynold
7 Remiron
8 Bar One
8th Race "Ellminatron Imp 5 Fjs.
Purse $600.00 Pool Closet 4:40
1 U. Moonlite R. Cristian 124
2 El Regalo j J. Rodriguez 110
3 Rosarlo B. Baeza 108
4 Tempestad O. de Le6n 110
5 Our Fancy' E. Ortega 103
6 Irish Profit- A. Ycaza 115
7 Lexden B. Aguirre 113
8 Donny Boy F. Godoy 113
9tfi Race 1st Series Imp; I Mile
Purse $700.00 Pool Closes 5:15
1 Begonia
2 Cachafaz
3 Lucky Test
B. Baeza 105
' "M. Ycaza 118
F. Alvarez 108
O. de Leon 100
4 Grey Juan
5 Maria Cristlna H. Ruiz 108
6 Alhajar R. Vasquez 115
7 Emp. Honey J. Bravo 115
, i. - ; . .5
10th Race 1st Series Imp. A 1 Mile
Purse $700.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1 G. Corn J. PhiUips 106
2 Hurling Park JL Bravo 116
3Opulento 7 F.- Alvarez 105
4 Kadh t A. Carbonell 113
5 (Blakemere 4 M. Ycaza 108
6 (Elko-'. B. Aguirre 110
20th Century Fox CinemaScope

lSocorrito I

ileiJl Urjl,4

Brooklyn K-
St Louis ".
New York J
Chicago ;
L Pet. GB
, .73
.584 2
.500 14.
'.65 83 .439 23Vi
.64 .,85 .430 25z
"".58 90 .392 30!4
, Brooklyn at Pittsburgh
Chicago at Milwaukee
Sjt. Louis at Cincinnati (2)
Philadelphia at New York',
Brooklyn f- 001 COO 000-rl 9 1
Pittsburgh 300 110 00x-5 10 1
; Erskine. Roebuck 2). Drys-
dale (51. Bcssent 7 and Tarn-
panellas Law. Arroyo (3).
Friend 9) and Shepard. YiP:
Arroyo (3-S). LP; Erskin 13-
St. Louis 100 002 1004 15 0
Cincinnati 005 010 OOx 13 0
Dickson, Schmidt (4), Collum
(6), Jackson; (8) and Smith;
Jeffcoat, Freeman 7) and Bai Bailey.
ley. Bailey. WPt, Jeffcoat (7-2). LP
Dickson MJ-IO). HRs: Bell (28),
wowe ,; :; : '
Philadelphia 100 000 000 1 6 : 0
New York OlOOOlOOx 2 10
Roberts (18-17) and Lnnata.-
WortWngton1 (6-14) and Wes-
irum..ui(s; Hemus (5), Mays
(35). x v
... V 3 ...j-
(10) Innings)- ...
umcago :.. 200 110 000 15 10 :2
Mil.' ; 000 000 031 04 8
-Jones, pavia (7), Lown (7),
oiosnan tiuj and Landrith;
juurdette, Phillips H41, Trow-
Driage (8), Sleater (8). Crone
(9) and Crandall .Rice (9). W
Lown (9-7).' Crone (U-10).
HR's Logarij (15).
Fi:!d u Strc:;;i
'V' '
. 1 Trout tend Salmon ',
Abound In Laxa
'' Pishing Editor '
THIS t r 0 u t was a good 15
pounder and when he hit the
fly there was no pig-wallowing
such as you -would except of big
browns.; --
- He peeled off 140 yards of line
in raging broad jumps.' I followed
him for a' half mile to keep the
last 50 yards of backing n my
reel and then 1 made a bad guess
on wmcn.sme oi ine river1 would
be Shallow below that last wntnr.
fall where the Laxa plunged Into
me sea..."-' ;, ,,
After catchinB 11 trout aVerae
ing four pounds in weight, plus
m-pouna ana a zz-pouna At
lamio salmon, I suppose the big
leuow was an anti-cnmax.
'This. all happened in one Ions
dav on the Laxa Rivpr imt

short distance south of the Arctic i Examination of the stomacli eon eon-Circle
Circle eon-Circle where there is no night at tents of. severaF trout reaffirmed
this time of the year., :. what I had dicovered in the stream
The Laxa is said to be a great bottoms. There is a comparative
salmon river. I found it good, but absence of insect life at these la lain
in lain a game where great, and good titudes. V j
are relative to the run you happenl The t r o u t f e e d h e a v 1 Ty on
to hit, it Is a fantastic brown trout midges and midge larvae but the
stream. ; caddis and mayflies which Amer-
The record tor the river Is 23 ican stream lore is dedicated to
pounds, and "unlike heavy trout are for all practical, purpbses abi
producers elsewhere, it Is dry fly sent. lt makes no ditference- to
water. You -can float a 'No, 10 the fish, however all flies are ac-,
Royal Coachman on the glassy cepted and violently rejected..

. Creat 7Bite Flcef

New Orleans Service

TAQrE"w'.liU.........'.'Pt. 28
"TELDE'' '... W;.V. . 0 tobe r 4
. A Steatner- .i4.. J;.., ..,..;,......... ..Ottober S
"LA PLAYA'! .;-.U,.,,... October 10
A Steamer October 12
'"YAQUE" l .i:t. :s ftober 19
("MORAZAN''i .....,. i s .. .. .. .. October 26
-Also nandinf RefrlgeAted .and Chilled Cargo "S
: : "junior", d.::t'.J..:J.'.v.j. .st. 24
- ','LIiMON'v ... .v.'i. -October 1
CHOLUTECA"" ...... ,w" ...... October
"ESPARTA" w. October 8
".I- "UEREDIA" r. . . .. ..... ...... v .October 13
A SUamcr, October 22
Weekly saHins of twelve passenger ships lo New
t Vcrk, New Orleans, Lcs Angeles, San Francisco.;
. -, V ,zni 'Seattle. (
i To New' York.and Return .i..;....vU.'.-'....-i:H.M
To Los Anceles and San Francisco and r
, Returning from Los .Angeles. ......... SJIO.C
,To Seattle end Return f..r....:.U......o- S:S5.(ltt'
2121 PANAMA 2-2:;


New York
L Pet. G3
, 53 .6.;9
.574 9
.5C3 IV,
Ail Hli
.514 17
.432 23',fc
Detr,oit .,
,333 45
Kansas City.
x Jvight 'game not included,.
toavs ;ames
New York at Boston ? v t
Cleveland at Detroit 1 '
. Kansas City at Chicago;
. Washington at Baltimore ;
' YKSTKRJn VS ttrsffT
New York 000 000 2002 1
Boston 001 000 000 1 '4-1
Larsen, Byrns (9) and How Howard;
ard; Howard; Porterfield, Dorlsh (8) and.
Daley. WP: Larsen (10-5). LP:
Porterfileld (13-11). HE: Lepcio
(15). ...
Cleveland 200 010 020-5 1
Detroit 000 000 1001 5 1
Score (19-9) and Hegan; Foy Foy-tack
tack Foy-tack (14-13) and Wilson, HRi
smun (15). ; 7..i.
Ph la. OlOllOOOOl 8
Chicago 350 1H I2x 17 20
Duser.vCrimiarMl), Burnette
(2), Spicer (5), Harrington (7)
and Smith; Wilson (13-14) and
Lollar. LPs Duscr : (1-1). HRs:
Smith (3), Doby (21), Miiloso, 2,
(17 and' 18), Esposito (3)."
Washington at Baltimore
(Night game).

i W- -,

. .85 63

.80 68
i77 80
.63 83
.58 89
.49 38

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24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service 11
QUESTION': The catcher l:
the bat on an aitempicd sque
play, the man on third apparently
scoring. How is this ruled? Bill
McManus. -
- Answer: If, In the (udgment ef
the umpire, this was deliberate
interference, the run scores end
the batter goes to first base. :
Q. With a man od third base,,
the catcher interfees with the
batter, Who hiU the ball : Safely.
Obviously, this is interference, but
how is it handled by the umpire'"
and scored? Richard Robeson.
, A. It's e base bit and a run-;
batted-in. ," i

pain$ because of Its youth.

pounuer to DUSl u. w
Although the average width of
the Laxa is about 75 yards, ths
trout feed along the grassy banks v
just as they do in the streams, back
home. All brown trout do not mi ;
grate to the sea, consequently,:
there are. always fish ta i

be caucht.
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l-L'krman Suc'iers?

FLSirmen are suckers all of -us. man is a"Wkef if be" doesn't write"
Perhaps that's not a diplomatic! to his new.-papert editor to coin coin-thing
thing coin-thing icr a falling t&'S&t to write,' plain: .
Jbat suit it s true. Lel'a take a typical case history:
How -many times recently have a minor-league midweitern base base-we
we base-we heard that tired old saw about ball team called the. Jets. For

- baseball being the national past-; weeks before they opened the sea
time. Jut even baseball's officials son, there was a teady hammeri

are convinced of that any longer-jinn about the new team, the play play-Basebai;
Basebai; play-Basebai; nowadays is strictly buyers, and the coming season on te-

league comparea to fuhing m any; revision, on radio, and in alt the
sports, popularity contest, but just' newspapers. What space was left
the saine fuherme alwasys seem; was' filled with knothole" box
tn come (wu SLuon besL And we're! scores. Tire city's lamest news-

suckers because we do nothing a- paper sent its sports elitoc to t lor-


bout it.

Take a look at newspaper cove coverage
rage coverage first. A large milwaukee daily
recently-conducted a reader inte

rnet TiiiZI Final rasima rcvealpri! ...

that 2 1-2 timcsa'S many readers! At .jalna time the stands at
considered fishing their favorit spot Jet stad'V eTe v?1"" epw.

ai considered baseball first! ims

ida to cover weeks of spring train

mg. After all this the total atend

ance for the first six home games

was little belter than 5,000.

was in community, mind you,

which was tops In major league
baseball attendance the past two 1954 and 1955! Still it's

. nothing unusual because in a simi-

iae poll in Los Angeles, 3 1-2 times
as many people favored fishing
over baseball The point here is
very obvious: alghough newspaper
readers prefer one sport over an-:
other they get the big doses page

after page, in fact of baseball

news, out little on. the outdoors.
The truth is that a reader is ex
tremely lucky If his paper has a
daily outdoor column. And a fisher-

Sports Driefs

- The latest word on Babe' Zaha Zaha-rias
rias Zaha-rias is encouraging as she contip
ones her fight against cancer. I
A Galveston, Texas, hospital re

oorts the' noted women athlete is

cheerful and talkative after her

third straight '"good" night of rust.
The daily advisory said "Mrs.' Za Za-harias
harias Za-harias bad a very comfortable

night and is in good spirits. She

continues' to take fluid, .nourish .nourishment
ment .nourishment by mounth."
' Una hospital official said doc-

; tors ard nurses are amazed by

5 the Babe alertness. He said "the

just chatters away lor all she n

; worth--.
'fHTk NewYork football Giants
K V acquired Jialftacki Gene Fi-

i lipski ro tlie: Cleveland Brown

in exchange for a 1957 draft choice.
, 'i .!"'" ;!
Fllir-skl' who played at Army and
: VillanoVa is returning to the pros
, after two years, in the armed for forces.
ces. forces. Hp is-. In top condition after
workirg out with the- Browris in re recent,
cent, recent, iweksj The Giants said they

feel FiJipski "will add a lot, to

their attack.


the Kansas, City A s say pitcher

Kino uuren who was 11-and-lt

iwith Vancouver, will report next

- '; :'. y. "
' The New' York Yankees are
'swamped" and have stopped ac accepting
cepting accepting applications for reserved
. and bux seats for the world series.
. FoctbpII coach Bud Wilkinson of
f Oklahoma will scout Texas in-

day to get a line for their October
1 13. game...
Halfback Ho wile Dare, the lead leading
ing leading ground-gainer for Maryland, is
lost indefinitely with yellow jaun jaundice,
dice, jaundice, 1

: of the Cicago Black Hawks has
adoptpf! a "get tough? policy and
says "no o n e 1 guaranteed a
t plaoe on this club."

almost 250,000 people purchased

fishing licenses in the area covered
by the same newspaper! Occasion

ally, in bis spare time, a staffer

would do a couple of columns a
week on the outdoors but he
couldn't attend either the state or
national outdoors writers conven conventions
tions conventions which lasted just a few days!
We're suckers for not insisting on
something better than" this.

While thirty million Americans
go fishing and spend three to four

billion dollars in the process, at attendance
tendance attendance in major league baseball
is falling off at an alarming pace.
The minor, leagues are in trouble
and many of them are folding for
lack of intrest but still the sports
pages contain plenty of .baseball.
Perhaps advertisers are at fault
here, toor because anglers do spend
tremendous sums for everything
from specif clothing to tackle, to

ooais, motors, ana ipng vacations.
Baseball fang buy tickets.
This is not to indict baseball,
we're first to almit that it is really

a grand spectator game. We sim
ply want to point out an unfortu
nate overemphasis, .a

But baseball insn't the only sport
given undue empasis. A newspaper

in perhaps the most rabid football
clinic for grade school boys last

summer in the college stadium.

Interest in it was porr in spite of

constant promotion for weeks.

They might- have reched far more

boys at less expense and pleased

far. more fishing, shooting.'. and

camping. These are healthier, life

time activities. ,.

At Jacksonville, Florida, tax

payers bad to shell out $400,000

for a, muncipal golf course and

tennis court which only 4.000
people could use. Oil the othen

hand, a pair of Jwat ramps which

served 19,000 people In the same

period only cost the taxpayers $8.-

250. Quite shocking comparison.
Kiddie's fishing derbies elsewhere
cost only a fraction of the tab for
Little League baseball and accom accommodate,
modate, accommodate, many more .youngsters.."

Even our school across the

country have ovor-e phai te tin

sports m wnicn only a lew can par

ticipate. An ex-Big Ten athletic
director .recently caused a sir
when he attacked a system which
allows about five per cent )or ten
at most) of the males in colleges

to actually participate in a sport.
Why not fishing, shooting, and
and camping all activities that of offer
fer offer a lifetime of pleasure? A man
football and basketball lays are
over early in life.
s We're suckers because we per permit
mit permit a hundred other abuses to our
sport. Pollution is one of the worst
of these. Exploitation grabbing of
public fishing lands are other. We
elect legislators who never give
a thought to -anti-pollution laws or
to keeping public lands intact for
everyone. We pay httfe attention
to our state conservation agencies.
Tt'g harsh lancrnacre nr annual

but fishermen are suckers. But

maybe harsh language will help

"JEW YORK (KEA) -John-

: Campbell tells the rather astonsh-!

ing story pi two British Empire
ichajnpions --walking the streets of
New York 'looking for gainful era-

pivj went, t

If the heavyweight, Joe By
grave,' turns out : to be any
where near as good as the midile midile-weight,
weight, midile-weight, Pat McAteer, thi was a
downright shame. v , ,
And the ,mob in control of pro professional
fessional professional boxing in this country

Utah And Wyoming Top Skyline;

Hill Best Since Wh izzer Whit

Utah Coach

Coaches pick the Skyline Sky Skyline
line Skyline Conference to finish in

this order: Utah, Wyoming, Den

GOOD SHOT Grace Lenczyk
lidded beauty and race to the

Women's' National Golf C h a m-

pionslup over the Meridian Hills
course, Indianapolis. '.


lar of Fort Kobbe celebrated
their 90th birthday Friday after-

noon with a, resounding 72-41

triumph over' Army Atlantic

before an Organization Day

crowa Kobbe gym.

Ron Blaymaker was' again
high man for the 2Kh Infantry
quintet with 18 points on eight

neia goals ana two free throws.

Tom Tucker led the losers with

I.,,'. t",-Ve.r -.v-.vv''1; r.,
... 'vs;,:,( :- -ti'v-s-'V'w.,
. Slaymaker opened the scoring-
with driving laynp a
nice feed from Jim i Womer

and the Reeular were never ;

beaded. By the end of tha first
quarter, with Willie Hatchett
starting to hit from under underneath,
neath, underneath, Kobbe had pulled Into
a 12-2 lead, using an all-court
press with Womer and Lennie
Koss hounding the Bushmas Bushmas-ters
ters Bushmas-ters as they brought the ball
up.v .,, v .'

The Regulars wldned the gap
to28-13 at halftima, 1 .
' Army : Atlantic caught fire
durin? the third period, and for
awhile threatened to turn It In Into
to Into a close contest. A pair of bas baskets
kets baskets by Bob Showers and one by
John Claspell narrowed the
Kobbe margin to 36-29 with two-and-a-tyilf
minutes left in the

period. ,
:.' ; v. . ... v 11 ...
Jim Brown hit on pair of
free throws, cutting the gap to
five points before Marv Moenin?
came through with a difficult
underhand shot for the Regu Regulars
lars Regulars to half the- Bushmaster

tells you that ther i dsnerai ver Ma" SUte, Colorado A. and

j .1. ... : r Tl1

ueariu oi talent,

Campbell, a. red-haired freck freckled
led freckled litde man of 52, has beea
developing ; and managing fight
ers out of Birkenhead. England,
for mora than 20 years. -At the

M., Brigham Young, Montana and

isew Mexico.
Utah has a good backfield, but
could be hurting in the line. Larry
Fields is an outstanding fullback.
Our end squad is inexperienced

and not big, with the heavy duty


KeepVeye b6f for Weldon Jack- and finest' sophomore lineman

ou" supimniuie nauutcx me byline, Stan Kenning -
wto should lift the Cougars out Dick Claasen, stepping into the
of the cellar.. , t New Mexico teh h hi. ,nrv ..

Ive cot a wary eye beeled nut. Thpir w i,. ..i..

lies a good-looking groun of new

tor Montana, reputed to have : its

best team in many seasons. The
Grizzlies might be the surprise of

tne circuit, witn coach Jerry Wil Williams
liams Williams concentrating on speed.
They have 15 returning letermen


NEXT: Art Lewis ef Wesf Vlr Vlr-ginia
ginia Vlr-ginia cevert the Southern Con,

Today tacanto .35
Jack Warner in

Margaret Eockwood


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Vegas ShakedeVh?-

"Bobby Ware Is Missing" L

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-1UJ & 1 ALLIUM "r.

moment, Campbeli has' 20 young!?alling on 9r8e Boss n all-con-

tigers, one of whom, McAteer, 24
years old last St. Patrick's Day, he
firmly belives is the best fighter
at lqo pounds in the world, rich richly
ly richly entitled -to' a crack at Sugar
Ray. Robinson or whoever wears

tne, crown. 4
IS . .1

snowing mar, Lew uurston was

xoregin- agent, Campbell corres

ponded; with lum for more than
year. t ;..

"Burston kept telling : me .'that'

u.s ivuuiHius were worse, m
the United States than in Eng-

iana, explains Campbell. ''He;

saia mat tpere were better fight fighters
ers fighters walking the streets ; than most

oi uiose asking for dates.

. f.eP? "plying that my only1

u"j.ive was 10 get a ut t h a t

wouia give McAteer- ann oppor

tunity to impress the American
people. When I pot nrri.iiiu n

where with that proposition, which
I considered sound and most fair,
I decided to bring McAteer to New

I one. f v t
What 'the 'American fighV trus

amnt know was that. Campbell
also has a scrap metal business

running lor mm m Birkenhead

a city of 100,000,; situated in the

coai country of nortBwest Eng

I t 30 nules from Welsh

uuiuer. ;

Campbell i expenses goinf into
McAteer'a fight with Jerry Luedee
at the old St. Nicholas Arena to-

laiea z.uuu uounds K KflOl. Mr.

r-. u.ii -- .-

auiyimi came aiong as well as

me neavyweignf, Bygrave.

, '.When Burston hear that t

bad signed : at the SL Nick. Ji

i.u -1 --

ioiu me i was crazv. tirom si

me four times as muck monev

the same fighter at Madi-


son Square Garden in Jannarv

said Campbell.


Ltiedee, a

a smash hlr against

near-iigni-neavy,, col

ference pick last season. Our
guards are also small for the type
of shedule we undertake, and the

tackles thin. The bright spot is
at center,, where, veteran : Roger
Butler is amply backed.
A strong sophomore crop and
some transfers make Wyoming a
logical co-favorite with the Utes.
The Cowboys have a really great
back in Jim Crawford, the out outstanding
standing outstanding player in the Sun BowJ.
He not only carries the tailback
load in the single wing, but b
a vicious blocker -and a demon
on defense. v s ;
Denver baa the; all-raund pow power
er power to "make trouble, but mtssas
such key individuals as quarter quarterback
back quarterback Jim Browen ; and end Larry
Ross. Dick Gupton at fullback,
Roger Brandon at end and Willie
Jackson, a guard, are top hands.
Utah State has the finest back
in the Rockies ia Jim Hill in fact
yssibly the greatest power run run-.r
.r run-.r to hit the Mountain States

since WhiMer White. A definite
All-American possibility, he is also
a good passer1' and fine kicker,
fronted by a good lint). The Ages

neei quaneroacK Help. 3

-Colorado A. and M., surprise

cnampion in 1953, could be the

aara norso again, witn- a new

coacn, uon Mullinson. The Rams
lost Gary Click, Dan Mirich and
Jerry Zaleski,. all all-conference

They retain Larry Barnes, a back

Dig and fast, and the outstanding

center in me league, bod Weber.
Harold Kopp feces a rebulding
job at Brigham Yeong. He inherits
experience in Jay Weening at guard
and Don Dixdtt t quarterback.

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On iTJhe A1leys2i


Team Standings-

lected2,op0.90 for his end and El' Panama F. k'. s '!


..uj.icuiBiciy new oacx to ng- A(wnnri

land to defend hia British Empire

nuc aKsinsi. lsw i,azar in wot
tmgham, Oct. 8. Bygrave stayed

over io iacKie ; w ayne Betnea at

uie oi. iNica.. ;

i was nare V lntrodureH tn

jim worm and Harry Markson,

saya tamnoelL "I have vet tn

meet Billy Brown, the IBC'i New

Vnrlr mat.!....!... N

Lew Burston. gets 10 per cent

oi any ioreisn lighter aDnear nir

S .1. . oi

unuer uie aegis oi uctopus, inc

you see, and CampbeU dosen't

neiong u tne lodge.

But if Promoter Norris wants

a ciassy middleweight to fight
Ray Robinson, Gene Fullmer or
anybody else, he now knows

wnere to find one. f


In the fourth ouarter it was itw ..ninr. ,a

all Kobbe.' Haiirhetti rehmmri nir l,;u -n ... ..,

mod US into action when nnthini ihrilHontlu c -1" "."l" "v"-'u w'.nl

i wi. j" iC i.i. o ...u tunjiii.ct l-uu-.oi in poiinas are naming for the

Tintiirin t a i.ta a- ...i.u. i .1

.uuiC m ju iivm uio ouusiue. ingni tacxie jod at Duke.


Seymour- Agency ,;. , 4
Austin s

With, the return of Bud Balcer
from vaca'iion, the' Agewood
team pinned th first losa of the
year oa El Panama,, league
champs of 1955-58.' Balcer rolled
850 to lead his team while Ted

wuoer ana Billy Coffey scored

over euu to pe high for El Pan Panama.
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Austin moved into a second
place tie by scoring a J-l win
over Seymour Agencv. nhuclr ai-

imeda with 605 led Austin while
i Charles McGarvey was high man

,iur scymour Agency.

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.. 217 175 190 582 fl '.,
. 183 168 218 569 .VI '. v?
- 233. 177 172 582 i. V- . 3U
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Best .

El Panama scored a 1041

gam to take the lead In that
department and Agewood total totaled
ed totaled 2976 for the tops for three
games. .. .' ..;,.; j
In the individual category,
Bud Balcer leads with a three three-game
game three-game score of 650 and Ted Wit Wither
her Wither has the high gam of 255.

Brown Is Called
Syracuse's Best
Since Vic Hanson

SYRACUSE (NEA). A letter letter-winner
winner letter-winner In football, basketball, track

and lacrosse. Jimmy Brown is con

sidered Syracuse's finest athlete

since Vic Hanson. . .

Brown, a six-foot-two, 212-pound

muscle man out 01 Manhasset

1 N. V.t Is the Orange's first .four-

letter winner since Jim Konstanty
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BOX 2031. ANCON. CX.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi outfit. 2560
cycle. Comatea frliear this won
, derful auy, then talk pricas.
Pkona Bah 2-3069.
FOR SALi-Girl't 26" hkycle,
. tteal dresiar, roll-away bad, twi- ;
t vel chair, alectric broiler, pil pil-lowt,
lowt, pil-lowt, outdoor furniture, 4 blinds,
table lamp,-Conn cornet. 2316 2316-;
; 2316-; A, Las Cruces, Balboa,
FOR SALE -1949 Packard Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, barsinatta, baby buggy.
Phono 2-1756 Balboa, CZ.
WEST BANK LADIES: Individu Individually
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tints; soft natural parmanents
every beauty service. Statesida
licensed operators, Gencll's long
' established Beauty Shop,- Cocoli
Clubhouse, Navy 3812.
that needs fixing bring to Alma Alma-can
can Alma-can Electrice Lloyd, Telephone
i 2-2202. ... .'
your electrical household appli appliances
ances appliances repaired in Panama by an
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SUGGESTION ADOPTED Sfi; Delbert E. Rawhouser ;(left),:
veteran of 11- years service with the Army, discusses with
Col. Elmer Grubbs, UARCARIB Ordnance officer, a sugges
tion made by the sergeant which has been adopted by the
'Department of the Army. Rawhouser recommended estab establishing
lishing establishing a lubrication point for the gun tube travel lock: on
the M4A1 tank. He was awarded a certificate by the Depart Department
ment Department of the Army.V Rawhouser is a member of the 17th Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance .Company.- .V.. Army Photo)
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than a year, excellent condition.
:Cali Rousseau 3175. ,i-
; FOR SALE: Metal dresser, desk,
' table, kitchen table, plants and
miscellaneous cf facts. Priced for c
quick sale. Leaving. 1539-B
Manga Street, Balboa, C.2., 2 2-3204,
3204, 2-3204, FOR SALE Quartermaster,
wooden kitchen table, child's
- toy grand piano and bench.
2262 Carr Street., Phone 2 2-2444.
2444. 2-2444. ..."
FOR SALE: Studio couch,-dou-
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style; small table, 3 stools, 2
motors 25 cycle .each, work
bench, drawer, assorted tools,
cots, gas can, garbage can, gas-:
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Phone 2-1336 at 4 p.m. to 6;
p.m. and after 8 p.m.
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boa Balboa 3060.
FOR SALE: CBS Columbia TV.
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ATTENTION 6. LI Just built
modern furnished ape it meats, I,
2 bedrooms, bat. cold wates,
Phone Peaaara 3-494 1.
FOR RENT: -Modern apartment
unturnished. El Cangrejo: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, dining-liv- -i
Ing room, maid's room With bath,
all screened, garage and hot wa water.
ter. water. Phone during business hours
2-0321; after business hours
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
(first floor) I 2 bedrooms, back- -yard
and front yard. inspectesT.
and furnished, $80. The best
you can find for this price.-Ave,
Jose da Fabrega 16, Pasadena.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished two.
bedroom apartment in pleasant pleasant-.
. pleasant-. Surroundings. Two baths, living
room, garage, maid's room, hot
water installation, $90. Bella
Vista, 44th Street No. 32, Apt.
4. Phone 3-0815 .".
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment. Excellent location.
Near all bus stops. 43 rd Street
No 13.
KODIAK. Alaska VuPl -'Th
Aleutian isianas, wnere so many
Americans : fought. Japanese s and
the world's worst weather during
11...U w 1 .
norw war 11, are lonesome now
in this age of jet Dlanes. nu
clear weapons and :c6Id. war
out not forgotten. ; ;
Kiska and Attu, only Amerfcan
soil occupied by the Japanese dur during
ing during the Pacific War, hava been vir virtually
tually virtually abandoned to the elements
in the new scheme of things.
So have many of the other
islands of the Aleutian chain.
stretching far to the southwest
from the underbelly of Alaska. On
them now there are only natives
and crews salvaging some of the
war's leftovers. --
But on others, particularly Kc Kc-diak
diak Kc-diak at the eastern end nf th
chain, and Adak, well out on the
line of island dots, reasonably
strong' military establishments are
beiha retained..
Kodiak is the headquarters of
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig, com commander
mander commander of the Alaska Sea Frontier
which, with the, Air Force and
Army, makes up the over-all joint
Alaskan Command.' j
Oricinallv outfitted as a apanlann
base, Kodiak, now' serves all
branches of the naval Service in
cluding Coast' Guard units that1
patrol the weather-treacherous
Great Circle sea lane from Amer-
u-aa rresi vuasi id jauan. M
12 Airports ,;-'
Adak. whose north-facine Knlnk
Bay affords an excellent anchor
age for all, tvoes of craft, is the
forward base of operations for the
navy;, its landing field, one of the
best in the chain, is keot in rea
sonably sood condition. .-
Shemya. 20 miles .east of Attu
and the ; only non-mountainous
island in the Aleutians, also is kent
Dusy. 11s Dig airfield, constructed
during the closing days of World
war u to a size that could handle
B29'8, is a refueling stop for North Northwest
west Northwest Airlines and other planes
flying the northern route to the
Orient. - :;,
. There are now 12 airports in the
Aieuuans mat are Kept in some
degree of operation to the extent
"permitted by deterioration and
tht weather," according to Capt.
A, C. Burrows. deDuty chief of staff
of the Alaskan Command.
Admiral Craig and Captain Bur
rows toured all bases recently and
Burrows said they found an "amaz "amazingly
ingly "amazingly high esprit de corps" among
military personnel
In February, 1955, the Alaskan
Command signed a $325,000 (with
adjustments) contract with the
Bankers Life and Casualty Co., Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, for the concern to remove
useable salvage from abandoned
bases.! V".,- ,:);
Sfill Strangle ;
Bankers Life now has a crew on
various islands, reclaiming such
items as plumbing that had not
deteriorated completely in the. war wartime
time wartime installations. The present con contract
tract contract runs through 1958. :-
Between the end of World War
II and October, 1955, the armed
services had taken steps to return
700,000 acres of Aleutian territory
to other units of the federal gov government
ernment government for eventual return, as
no longer needed for defense, to
the public domain. ?
However, the rollback does not
mean that the Aleutians are no
longer of strateaic purposes.
A look at the map makes it ob
vious that some defenses, presum
ably Including radar warning sta stations,
tions, stations, will long remain on the lone
some, fog-shrouded islands.
Should the cold war turn hot.
strategists are certain to realize

Soviet bomber forces might attempt:


beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balbea 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceaaside Carta get,
Santa Clara. Baa 435, Balboa,
Plane Panama 1-1877. Cnwie Cnwie-bal
bal Cnwie-bal S-'671.
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Cla-.
. Cla-. ra. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phone Thompson Balboa 1772.
Genell Bliss' Santa Clara Guest
- House. Overlooks 'ocean sur sur-,
, sur-, rounded by shade trees'. gas
range & refrigerator private V
, steps to beach (2 min. walk)
...accommodates 8. Playground
. (lighted at night) with karbe-'
cue, pingpong, badminton, putt putting
ing putting green, etc. Your own bohio
en beach. Current rates. Navy 1
GramlUhV Santa Clara Beach
Cottages.' Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phane Gambaa
6-441;-;. f. '.
Rtijbg feces; : :
-And lis VciItg ;
ST. LOUIS (UP) The con
gregation of. a suburban Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian '. church has started con
xtnitinn nn a new hnilrllnc? that
will be a monument to the ingenu-'
Ity of the finance chairman.
Professional bankers and fund
raisers warned that the $750,000
building program proposed by the
First Presbyterian Church of Kirk Kirk-wood
wood Kirk-wood would never get beyond the
planning stage on the church's
operating budget. J
- Fred Farrow, chairman of the
finance, committee- and a. veteran
of 28 years In the investment busi business,
ness, business, had, an idea. j
"l knew frnm naet' evnerienee
that the donation system wouldn't
produce-the results we wanted,"!
he sail, "f figured it-would- take
nine years and fl lot of hard1
He decided to use the method of
selling bonds, but with a new twist
a deferred navment nlan.
W have a large number 01
young people who couldn't affordj
to lend, much less give, $1,000
straiiht out," he said. "But. they
could afford to, invest $200 a year,
at five per cent interest
xsow, alter a year ana a nau,

bond sales are nearing the $700,000 preachings were so popular that
mark. Investments among the 80- churches overflowed. With out out-odd
odd out-odd bond holders range in size, door pulpits, the crowds enniH

frnrrt tlOO to $000.
The annual income of the church
will be used to pay the interest
and retire the principal, and bonds
will be redeemed at any time in
cases of emergency. Farrow fig figures
ures figures the church saved about $34, $34,-000
000 $34,-000 in broker's fees through its
do-it-yourself plan. I
"It's an very thrilling," said the
nastor. Rev. Dr. Donald H. Stew-!
art. "The bankers said we didn't
have a chance,,, and. now we're
ready to start construction on one
of the finest, examples 01 cnurcn
architecture in these parts.
SI. Eoiravenlure U.
Has OuiJscr PuSsil
OLEAN, N.Y. tUP) Christ
the King Seminary at bt. Bona Bona-venture
venture Bona-venture University boasts one of
the only two outdoor ,puipns m
the nation.'
The outdoor pulpit sets in the
eamnaniln ofvthe seminary, some
17700 feet from nouie 11 on me
outskirts of this southwestern
New York community, Topped by
an eight-foot c r 0 s s; the tower
soars 118 -. feet into the air. -The
pulpit is about 25 feet up and
faces a laree court.? a '.k
The monogram of Qhrist is seen
at the toD of the pulpit and below
there is the Dove, the symbol of
the Holy Spirit and the Seven
Tongues of Fire. The lesson is
that the priest's work is not con confined
fined confined to the Sanctuary but that
he go forth and "preach the Gos Gospel
pel Gospel to every creature" (Mark 16,
13 H ; ; v, .
The outdoor pulpit follows an
to evade heavy defenses of Alaska
proper and try to fly from Siberia
toward the American mainland
Such a course would take the
warcraft directly over at least some
of the Aleutians. v
It was just off St. Lawrence
Island, in the Bering Sea just north
it the Aleutians, that a Navy Nep Nep-.une
.une Nep-.une patrol plane was shot down
hy Russian MIGs on June 22, 19.r5.
The Soviet Union just recently
(March 19) paid $724,947.68 in dam damages
ages damages for the incident.
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couples and private'
. lessons.
: By Appointment only
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1 for further Information
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"88" 4rdoor, hydramatic, radio,
original owner. Call Balboa
: 1368 .-' : .1
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Fordor Sedan, excellent condi condition.?
tion.? condition.? Many -extras.. Best offer
takes it. Ooly 13.000 mites. Tel Telephone
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p.m. .., -l
FOR SALE: 49 Buick Super
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id Franciscan
time of the
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Roats & Motors
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I' P'L Women's: World 'M

Barbscus Transphntd To :r;;'

Katie Teurkia, poset m the w Court toe ShJ
J? Jnw 22-year-old Iranian mba waa a. dancer.


Plaut Jj4 Yjevu


NEA Staff Correspondent i
CANTON, Ohio (NEA) -r A one
time dancer before the Shah of I

ran, 22-year-old Katie Tourkia now

works on a different kind of plat

form the plotting board of the

Canton Air Defense Filter Center.

uuill uil uic nuaaiau uuiua in
Pahlevi, she grew up in the Ira Iranian
nian Iranian ranital of Tehran, and t.ilv

tame to America two years ago.

'I thought while working for
my citizenship," she ,: said, ." 'it
would be well to take on some of

the responsibilities for protecting
thin country, so I joined the
i, Ground Observer Corps.'? (
. Learning something new is old
stuff for Katie, even if taking on
a new country is a large-scale en endeavor
deavor endeavor for anyone. : .,;V;
SHE SPEAKS FIVE, languages
Iranian, Russian, Armenian
Turkish and English most of

mem learneu. ui, nigui sniuui, in
another school, she learned the
typing, which qualified her for a
job in a Canton, Ohio, Insurance
firm..,"'' j "-v-v.. v
Her hobby, at which she excels,
is Oriental dancing, an offshoot of
her early membership in an Ira Iranian
nian Iranian athletic club. After taking a a-crobadcs
crobadcs a-crobadcs in school, she moved on
to' interpretive dancing. She" ap-

and. danced many times in the
Royal Pake. t
She first attracted the attention
of the Shah's brother, Ahmed Rex Rex-a,
a, Rex-a, and it was he who paid compli compliment
ment compliment to her performance by giv giving
ing giving her a medal for excellence.
When her pictures appeared in
Iranian language magazines, a
professional dancing career loom

ed. But Katie was more interested
in following the example set by

her two sisters, who came to A-J

mwica ahead of her. r j 1 ":
than Katie has, however one of
thera is the wife of former Capt.
Kenneth K. Kirk, of West Covins,
Calif., and the other is married to
U.S. Air Force T-Sgt. Thomas R
Strong, of Canton.
Katie speaks excellent : English
when performing her Ground Ob Observer
server Observer Corps : tasks, and nobody
who calls in from Ohio observa observation
tion observation posts to give aircraft posi positions
tions positions dreams .he's making a report
to a palace dancer. i
. "If she got mixed up in her lan languages,"
guages," languages," shuddered the filter cen center
ter center commander, Major Robert B.
Medley, 'and answered the phone

'Air Defense, Go Ahead' in

Russian, I can just imagine the
shock to the guy on the other end
of the line..

'-'He'd probably thinR'(lie Itus
sians had arrived before his re


France Features Short Ribs -;

"TP" "J""1

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v 1

lot classroom hours, the college girl will wear the slim skirt this
fall. But when it comes to dates, she'll blossom out in wide skirts
and even prop them with petticoats. We show the slim silhou silhouette
ette silhouette (left) in Smartee's slip-over ridged cotton knit with turtle
neck worn with a cotton knit sheath skirt. Colors are camel

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ZE3TFIX AKOMA of anthentle Amerieaa karbeene rolls erar
French home ef Mrs. Vono Flfleld and her twin.
- v-.. ;,'' "'v- v

NEA Feed and Markets Editor

Here's a kitchen twist two

Americans living in France's Bor

deaux wine region tsacn tneir

French neighbors how to barbe

cue meat a la American- and en

joy Boston baked beanie :

William Fifield'.i

his wife Donna, a

novelist, and

forhier Holly

wood actress, and (heir twins live

and black. Lightly quilted cotton print (center) by Fligelman
is used for little jacket and wide skirt Jacket has black velvet
collar and lace braid trim. Skirt for classroom wear (right) by
Century is in tweed, is belted and has the classie lines that
college girls love. It would look equally well with shirts.

NEW YORK (NEA) On their
return to the campus this fall, col college
lege college girls will find themselves liv living
ing living in and with the slim silhouette
to a far greater degree than
they've ever donei::,;'r,;;::;';2':.-'-i::';:
Those who've' disguised figure
problems with wide skirts will
find that they're faced with a pro program
gram program of diet and exercise. Wide

skirts will still be worn but hot to
the extent true in the past. .
Keeping company with t h e
slim silhouette will be better
eroomine. Somehow, slim lines

call for straight stocking seams,

shining hair and even hemlines.

Foundation garments are more

important and the pahtie girdle is

an absolute must. i

peared in Iranian shows, a movie.lport and sayr 'Never mind!"

NEA Staff Writer

A regular crib mattress can be
laid across the back seat of a car
and wedded azainst the front to

mako a comfortable riding place

for an' oiler Baby. Cover, l with

a waterproof sheet, a
pad and a fitted sheet.

fore the Baby comes to avoid hec hectic
tic hectic shopping.- '!

Keeping the new Baby cool In
summer involved the use of a
damp cloth to sponge him off.
Many mothers carry them in the

carnage Dasuei, in a piasuc oag

matressl Others carry dry cloths ana a

thermos or jar of cool water.

"here are many ways of nurs

ling a Baby inconspicuously ana

modestly, rney require me ,use
of an extra dianer or a B a b y

blanket and practice.' Until the

system is perfect, adjourn to .an .another
other .another room or -some private cor corner
ner corner to do it.
. A woman who nurses her Baby
soon learns to wear blouses that
button down the front and nursing
bras. A woman who plans to nurse
might lay in a supply of both be-

i- Monitoring telephone call at the Air Defense Filter Center,
i Canton, Ohio, Katie talks With co-observer Effie Thomas.


Toddlers often like Ice cream,

whereas Babies often don't. But

when teaching a toddler to" ert

joy the dessert treat, it's wie to

encourage small bites, since the
big ones often give him a sudden


Several mothers note that their

Babies, wnen sick, emoy a onnK
of unconcealed gelatin dessert.'-

The taste and feel are bland and
the colors are appealing. Keeping

it unconeea ed is simply a matter

of keeping it out of the refrigera


Classroom skirts, Bermuda
shorts and even dressy wool
dresses are slim this fall. Blue

jeans have vanished into the blue

and in, their place are slim Ber

mud a shorts in every conceivable

fabric, in solid colors and plaids.

In fact, the college wardrobe is

built" around sum skirts, cotton

shirts, cashmere sweaters and

Bermuda shorts.

Then comes the basic wool

dress, to be accessorized to suit
the occasion, a suit or two, a sim simple
ple simple wool coat and some short eve

ning dresses. The gray flannel suit
(an old standby) and the loden
coat (new and incoming) show

that college girls are loyal to old
favorites but willing to try some-

ining new.

in the beautiful Chateau Las

combes and give barbecues for

their i French friends.

A Fifield "barbecue" usually in
eludes several salads, meat, some

times fish, and desserts, and of

course both red and white -wines

of : the region and" coffee.; They

gave us their favorite recipe.
Three pounds short ribs of beef,
2 cups Bordeaux red wine, 1 ta tablespoon
blespoon tablespoon soy sauce. 2 cloves garlic

crushed. 2 tablespoons chopped on

ions, 1 carrot, sliced, 1 bay leaf,

1 teaspoon thyme, 2 sprigs pars parsley.
ley. parsley. 2 tablespoons vinegar, 2 ta

biespoons salad oil, 1, teaspoon

salt, Va teaspoon pepper.

In a dee bowl, combine wine,

soy sauce, garlic, onions, carrots,!

bay leaf, thyme, parsley, vinegar,
"oil, salta nd pepper. Place meat
in the bowl Let stand for 8 hours,
turning occasionally., When, ready
to cook, pat meat. dry with paper
towel. Cut meat from bones. Cut
into serving pieces. Strain mari

nade. Grill meat over growing coal
turning and basting with half of
marinade. ( Reserve other half Tof
sauce below.) xi-'.f.,
Serve with the following- fioiS
deaux barbecue sauce: .- m
:. .; , ,..-.,..4. '" m
-Two. tablespoons butter,' ta tablespoons
blespoons tablespoons flour, 1 cup wine.mari
Bade, i cup tomato sauce, 14 cuj
consomme, t Vi teaspoon, peppen
In a saucepan, melt butter. Sn?
in flour. Add consomme, stirring?
constantly until smooth. Add win2
marinade and tomato sauce. Bring
to boil. Simmer for 20 minutes
Add pepper before serving..

racefufiu 7 j


mionaole Isalncoats


(more! I'm going to run away!":

. beared, she told his father. Scar.
AS youngster, Janw was for- ed his father told the corner po-

bidden ever to play with AlslUCemait. Scared, the corner po- nod. too. A khaki poplin, cape has

iauici s nuci,'.-".r (iiiciuau tUiu jiiies an aooui me the Kdwaraian air. r aome coais

One evening justbefore bedtime.jbad things that happen to boyi take the cape look on the collar

RAINCOATS, In the past few
vears.. have eone from Sood to


Wear for wel summer days
now comes in an astonishing
variety, of color, fabric and de

signRaincoats :, are flowerprint-

ed. bulky-kmtr 1 plaid or polka

dotted. A cotton raincoat comes

with a slim skirt. The cotton knit
coat follows tbe winter trend of the

overerown sweater.

tapes come in for -the fashion

he remembered that he'd left his
new cap pistol out in the yard. In Into
to Into his rrind, rushed all the warn warnings
ings warnings he'd been given about leav

ing toys 'out in the weather

who run awav from hi,me. Srar-i

ed, James decided not to try it. T"i

cm nis secret contempt tor. his
father's authority, he mentioned

to noDoay. &o, though fear block-

But in the'yard it was. too dark ed his runnine awav.his lnninff

to locate his pitol. Worriedly scuf-, for flight was left untouched and

lung tnrougn me grass, james: undissolved along with that secret
suddenly realized the presence of; contempt for authority,
his father's truck in the driveway. If it remains undissolved, James
Seizing on it as his solution, he can become a person who spends
ran to it, switched on its lights j his life running away from author author-and
and author-and saw the pistol gleaming in ities of one kind or other,
some nearby grass. ; t -.;; WHAT can his father do to help
He was switching the lights off him?
when his father grabbed him. He can confess the selfishness
l . : t I ....... .;u .1 l I i

Ewuiuuig,. naming wuu uie huck, m some acgree, we v need never

were you? : nis lamer cuuea mm wallow m guilt when we confess it

erying into

twice and sent him

the house to bed.

He iwent with rising anger. .That

liis father had called his produc productive,
tive, productive, momentary use of the truck's
lights 'playing" seemed an, impos

sible stupidity to James.

the more he thought about It,

to a child. Such wallowing is just

as egotistical as refusing to admit

me lauii at an. ,

Ihe value of quiet confession is

(described by famed European psy psychoanalyst
choanalyst psychoanalyst Viktor E. Frankl in his

book rihe Doctor-and the Soul"

'bv these words:i,'In ronpnlinii

the more intolerable- grew t h e man may inwardly break -with an oughtly on both sides, then rinsed

prospeci oi unending submission act; and in living out this repeni- with the shower. It should stay
to an authority so incapable of fair ance, the1 inner act, he can undo' open until competely dry. This

lungmcni. i-nea ne to nis motner. the outer act on a SDintua nmr Most important tn rpmomhrr wihiit ,.. .j imni.

1 li.. t.: i , M 1. . . r --" mm riu

uum noui iu uvb wuu mm any ai piane. - . :ii wasning rainwear is the impor-1 itz water-repeilency. -'"'


One raincoat in cotton and ace

tate paisley has a lining that mat

ches an umbrella and a. matching

hat. -.-
All are just as water-repellent as
their plainer sisters. And all are
washable, a great virtue after a
day of having cars splash mud all
over the coat.
Rainwear, including the coat, hat
and umbrella, should be washed
or swabbed clean before going
back Into the closet or it will pro provide
vide provide a nasty shock the next tune
it's needed. ;
If the coat is really dirty, ft

should be pretreated before

washing, at pockets, collar and
hems. Suds on a vegetable brush
does it. The hat s h o u 1 d be
swabbed inside and out. After
washing, all are rinsed and al
lowed to dry.
- The open umbrella should" be.

pu. in we iud and swabbed thor-


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point fashion program for any
little girl going back to school this
fail (or starting for the first time)
could include: tne Empire line, the
color brown; the provincial look
look and, of course, the caraco or
little jacket. vi
Empire waistlines are" fine for
small girls because they offer
fulness where It's needed most.
The provincial look is expressed

in jerkins,, rickrack .trim,, .dirndl
skirts and puffed sleeves Prints.

are used for provincial styles.

The caraco stops just aoove the
waist on a small girl and allows

full .skirts all the needed fullness

,' Designers are showing lots, of

brown- in ? children's clothes;
sometimes mixing;, it up with
orange ? or beige or yellow.,
Brightened with white collars'
and touched up with braid trim
it has a fresh new look. ;

GROWING old r acefullv miS hi

splendid tiling, out eveu grotmjf
old awkwardly, is better thamrit
growing up at all. -.
Here are some typical remarkt
made by women in their "nfiddU
years that made their listener
want to go off and hide. All reldi
ted to their f loon or to C-mpn
ments they received. . s
'r."Oh, d9jyou reallyy thiriTt
I always found, gray hair'
-"Well, T d.d like it. loo..
figured why spend that kind
money on an old girl like mysel, ;
So I bought a chess board."
? ''My dear, when you get fd' n 1
age, you will stop looking in- tin
mirror altegether. When Vout'i
fails you, there's no point"
From a woman of 60: ph I
stopped smoking at 80. I fUured it
was unbecoming to my decrepi decrepitude.
tude. decrepitude. ,'
' 14 ;.: i,.' "'
"I can't enjoy wearmg anv. !na

any more.. It seems like so m oh
work. 1 just put on any old th..n?.

: ''Oh, it's dowagery, out supim.,e
it's all right for me now J'm fifty.
I'll take it.' s
y "' ,.'.
; If these remarks' look' silly on
pape they sound twice as" silv.
Growing linVhoiild sfive one ,wism
enough not. to .baul out ag-".l
puesome prospect and "an iuss
for all laziness, ;.


"She has a imiU tnr

body.- That is about thernice t
compliment ever paid to'ay
woman. And vet it 1 nn..i i:

easiest to earn. J

Most women Tiiivj imiii'f

special friends. Some of-them a

ways have a smile for a man

But evervdav Itvinir it

-,. v, . wi .we woman wno has asmi
We show fashion! for classroom : But everyday, living is easyen 1
beginners. Cotton dress in' Black for everyone: .
Watch (left) has Cranston drl. v ,'"
smooth finish for minumum iron- For the saleswoman, who waits
ing. Dress has Empire waistline on hen ..
and back opening to show off For the stranger who hoitir'i
bloomers, which, are in contrasting door, or steps sside to give-He"
color. 'i Irocm on a crowded bus.
:C "'X':i:'i; :h 'V lor.m Pperboy Who. comes to
Empire-waisted cotton, dress in collect. ?, v

muted stripe, (right is touched with tor the repairman who

white has black bow and stream

ers at. front.

: ' '',.. .....

Permanently pleated and perm permanently
anently permanently water repellent I this
nylon raincoat. It washes in
lukewarm water, drips dry.

tance of rinsing. Any soap or de

tergent left on the fabric serves


in answer to her call when the

wasner breaks down.
For any child who crosses her
path . ...
For her own-children, especisflj
when she is asking them NOT, to
do something. y,i.-,'
For the people whose faces' sh
knows but whom she has nevr.
met, such as occupants bf' the
same office building or apartmc
( .,.J
Smiles That Make Them H--y

.For the person to whom' it 1
necessary for her to make a com'
plaint. i-
For the person who Intern i
or asks a troublesome favor.
An especially warm smile f r
the shy person, the newcomvp
the bore.4
Truly, the woman with a v ".

ready smile for others lii,
her own day and often In...

the day : for- numerous r

people, ,i v.

And wherever she goes or v :

ever she does, the friendlint i f
her smile eases the way.
Why don't more women' "l i t
I smile for everybody"?

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Edmunds Claussen
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I THE STORY: Although tmmett Cash- tried o moke
c'n" outlaw of Frank Ude, the tall drifter parts company
Vith Cash and rides to the Rafter C. This ranch is operat-ed-fcy
Cash's half-sister Jean. Frank. finds her breaking a
lS 1

5HX spoke wlK eolnmtnd
.-.j .v,j .nnairvd He was no

olfler than 16. with both sleeves of

hit hickory shirt split at, the ,ti ,ti-baws.
baws. ,ti-baws. Mhis is Alex Jacobs .he
Said. "Alex, switch his saddle to
the black." She turned to t rank.
Ohere are only three hands. Toa
Lary is far too old to he o(
use. You'll be foreman, it if means
anything to you."
Her fear was forcing Tier to
grasp at final straws.
"My horses have been sold un under
der under Army contract I'm to receive
payment as I deliver. They, like
my hands, have the habit of wan wandering
dering wandering off. The last bunch was a
few weeks ago and they haven't
yet shown up at Fort McHenry.
She was talking about the
horses Emmett had stolen from
her,, then lost in the raid in the
Signals. Norring had her horses
hidden on a pasture lot,' accord
ing to Emmett.
He asked quietly, "You looking
for your horses around the lulls ?
. "Never stopped riding, Frank.
1 But they operate under a very
smooth system. They s e e me
coming miles away and move the
horses to another valley. They've
rough me,, not likely to five yon
a fair chance but of course you
understand that." .-,.'
"I understand," he answered.
But he was thinking of the Cash Cash-town
town Cash-town sheriff and the shot which
h unhorsed one of the pdSsemen.

. "Unless I'm very much mistak-
in cairl wilh considerable

irony, "thisifcn't your first range "drive the wagon."
fight. But the pay will have ;.to ''Vie'll 8ee he growled, and a-

ed'the lead reins of Norring's
black, looping them to a ringed
post set in the yard beside the
porch. She called across her shoul shoulder
der shoulder to Frank, "Tod will throw

something together at the C o o k


It was her way of dismissing

him and letting him know she

meant to settle with Norring,
" XV".
" TOD DRURY'S wrinkled lace
glowered from the cook Stove.
Here was a wind-bitten, saddle-

called cowman erown old' at his

trade. "Miss Jean put you on,
eh?" .
Frank smiled, drawing a batter

ed captain's chair to the table.'

"She hooked me. Tod. Mind tell

ing me something? What kind of
wolves do we iace on this C a s h-

town range?"
"The worst blackleg kind. Hun
cry ones."-'

Frank asked quietly. "When it

comes to delivering the horses how

many hands can I count on
"Three, not figuring Miss Jean
or yourself. Only she'll leave Ric Rickety
kety Rickety to come on the drive."
"She told me to keep you be behind
hind behind on headquarters."
' A strange, inarticulate gurgle

caught in Tod Drury's throat and
he nearly pulled the fly netting off

tne window in spinning about.

"Let me look in your face: You

can't be tellm' the truth! That old
buzzard can't no longer fork- a

I'll probably : ask Rickety 1o

wait until after we've delivered

, the horses." . : :-;
; :-; He broke somewhat harshly into
her words. "The pay can wait un until
til until I've earned it. You ought to
have cattle on this range,"
He eaught the momentary an annoyance
noyance annoyance that flashed across her
face. He knew she. had already
"ambled the beef, and lost it., She
said, "I like horses better."
He shook his beadr ''Without cat cattle
tle cattle on that grass "somebody will
move in on you." v

"I know what kind of a f ight

I've cot to make. It s not a com

fortine thought. Not with a kid

and two men loayl because they
loved my father, but too old for'!
fighting now, I've got no right ex expecting
pecting expecting you to come Into it you
have no stake."
GRATING wheels in the car carriage
riage carriage lane swung her on her toes.
They yard was darkening by the
second and now her eyelids squint-.-
ed down as she tried to recognize
the two in the buggy. The one

holding the reins she had expect

ed. She tossed Frank a faint smile.;

"He's the last1 one of my hands-

carried over from Dad s crew. He

and Tod Drury. Tod's too old to

be lured away from the Rafter by
talk of wages, and Rickety well,

he wouido t accept another outfit's

pay either. Not even if somebody
, was crazy enough to make him an
-offer!" ':'..--."
Frank studied the two men on
the, seat closely.. He had noticed

the rig hitched before the store in

Casbtown, deciding now Rickety
had been-left behind by Jean to

fetcb supplies. There was a sad

dled horse trailing on its reins

and Frank concluded .the second
, man on the seat had overtaken
the buggy and Rickety had invit invited
ed invited him to share the seat. J e a a
aid, somewhat annoyed, "It's


xt .amcnea in o r r l n g come

, flown"OIf the wacon seat: a tieht

ly-kni slim man in dark broad-
$ ClOth.-. Vfs't't'J
' On2hi wagon's opposite side
Fickeif came down over the

wneerw a series of jerks and

spasms, a man bent nearly In half

uy rmwraaucs or some kindred
ailmeat. Rickety had been aptly

u ....

ornng canea anarpiy across
the, yard. "Who is the man with

you, jrean"

Jeaj gave him a tantalizing

uii vi smue. -xnis t rank Ude.

, I ve- Bred him as my foreman."

NOKRING'drew a deep breath

franr could see him fighting for
a better hold over himself. For an
instant the Cambler'a mask ttihifih

his fe held fell away. He stood

ueiora i rank revealed with con con-aidewbly
aidewbly con-aidewbly less stature.

"Jfou can't do that, Jean," he
murmured much more affably
VYou know who this man is? He

snot horse from under Chan-

iry s posse. - :
"Not quite' 'Frank put in mild

v. u you know who shot iha

pueman's horse why not tell her

ae iruuif'
"You were ridingi beside himl"
orrlng argued. He wa siarin.

at Frank now, his nostrils flaring

Willi BllgCIV M

lies still my foreman. Rottw

vot make any mistake about that,-
'. SteVC'' : ,. . ; W; -.;,. (
Frank murmured. "Jean It
you'll step inside the house I'll
throw Norring off Rafter C."
She shook her head stubbornly.
Her gaw remained on Norring.
"Steve, go in the parlor. You'll
'find me ready to settle this, if
that's what you wont."
Norring kept his glance on
Frank, uncertainly. Jean unhitch-,

gain turned to the window. "I
could quit before I take such in

dignities as stayin', to home.".

Did you figure maybe 111 need
somebody here that can handle a
rifle? We don't want to return
from Fort McHenry and find the
buildings in ashes. You're the
man." ;.,

Something happened it 0 the
planes of Drury 'g face; his deep-

eccnea lines Sootnect out about his

mouth and a gleam crept Into his
eyes. 'Course it wouldn't be any

sense at tnat leavm', Kickety here.
He can't no longer feed himself.

His eyes are so bad she might as

wen leave a sick nun to cuard the

piace. j ;-'-:

So it stacks ud I've cot two old

men and a boy to helpjpove those

norses to Mctienry?"

T0(T.1 eve hnret of him T

don t subscribe to them s e n t i

ments. One ot us is Old Man

Time, but it sure in't me. I'm

solid as iron.'VThen a little soft softness
ness softness crept into his voice as he

turned mentally back in time.

"Rafter C has still got its friends.

vogei utsn was a good hearted

soui.' 100 good.' He gave away

more man ne ever kept for him himself.
self. himself. Could well ? be a. couple
mre riders'll show ? un when

you're ready for the horse trail."

a nunarea questions, dragged a a-cross
cross a-cross Frank'; mind that needed
answers. ;- -.
'"Is She Coin If ta rlliw him

Tod? ;

;f No. I don't think in J.. w

as I and Rickety hav.e guns. Took
hera little while to find out how
rank a man can be, but that day
in. Circle N. ranch yard Mile Hac Hac-kett
kett Hac-kett showed : her Norrine's slink

talk was all rotten. She wnn't ititr.

ry him now."

Slowly Frank asked. "What

were you doing in Norring's ranch

" Deliverinc her psrtflp

After .that a dull iIpiu hU nn.

til Frank broke it. "Whv delivor

Raftet Cs to Norring? Had, she

som stock td Circle N7" r


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MILITARY Police Duty Offlcer.'Lt. Paul Krai, town Sufiervlsor," Sgt. Charles E: Griffiths and ;
Panama Guardla National Corporal Roberto-DFueates-check Panama City, street

.v..; MILITARY.-Police are call 24 hours a day.Sgt John E. Williams, left .and Pfc Edwarda
Matos of the Rio Hato Detachment of the 534 th MP 0., get dressed" tor eo on a call at the
Rio-Hato training-a-rea,1 ...- -I-

Prevent . Protect M Prepare
It's MPs







t DEMONSTRATING "unarmed defense on PF C: Harold Barr Is SFC Richard K.. West Tha
men are all members of the 544th MP Platoon at Fort Kobbe and keep up their train with
classes in judo, firing of the rifle, reporting procedures, etc.

Nixori Blames, Claims, and Nantes

m suppose you were to ask Miss j paint" Job.""
Jean tat question.'',, v ? ,r.T J ('

"Suppose," Tod Drury said dry

Veep Lashes Demos (Truman);

Appeals To Farmers Votes

Sept.. 22 (UP) Vice President
Richard M. Nixon charged to to-nifeht
nifeht to-nifeht that all the Democrats of offer
fer offer tthis year "is the Truman 1a 1a-lopy,
lopy, 1a-lopy, which the people decided

not to buy m ,1952, witn a new

JEAN CASH watched

walk into the narlnr hohlmi h

.For a long period during the be beginning
ginning beginning of their friendship he had

Luiicu rt-KUiariv ssvorii i m..

weeJ- Ife had, become increasing-

ij uuiiiiiieering,; and she under understood
stood understood then why a certain streak
within her character had rebelled
against him. He camfe into-ths
room now as a stranger.
"'Her first words wefe held low

n : was Emmett who
snot the, horse from under the

pusscman, wasn't it? Then whv

uiHine r rank ude? Let's be real real-isUc,
isUc, real-isUc, Steve." ett
"They were riflina nrtik.

Your brother has your horses. And
t 1 W" Mm when ey were

Not even Norring could lie hold holding
ing holding such a straight fsx u.- k.

lieved what he told her, and if he
believed it then it was trim Thu

was news to her, confirming her

k 4 50 Emmett is going

w ngui me 10 we last ditch

He nodded sagely, "i have had

everyming else thrown at me. I
hope you don't blame me because;

emmen s turned outlaw."

. SETS knew he said this because
? u Ve,t 8ome ui,t ftr having

lanct inn nmamDra irom Em Em-mett.
mett. Em-mett. But she said honestly, "No,

"You've sacrificed everything

iou cauie are gone thrown
way to nav. for hi. in u 1

hadn't moved my steers onto Raft-'

h said in Rrwprh' Tjrenared

Norring f0r delivery at a major rally in

Minneapolis that more has been
done for labor, the farmers and
for civil rights under the 4 years
of president Eisenhower's ad-'
ministration than In any simi similar
lar similar period Jn American his'tory.

"It is because of this record

that am Iconfident that a ma majority
jority majority -of nrrton members will
vote for President Eisenhower
in November in spite of the fact


that some of their leaders have sons jammed Into the Rapid Cl
indicated their Intention t.nltir itiriitnrium ) .,.

indicated their intention to
support 'his opponent," 1 Nixon


Nixon wound up a strenuous
day of campaigning v through
the windswept vastness of the
Northern Plains states with a
charge that "it took av war to
get the American farmer out
of thedepression despHe all
of the promises that were
made to him in the period
from 1932 to 1939."
? He said "if anyone has any
doubt on this score, check the
commodity prices the farmers
were receiving in 1939 after the

new deal had been working on

tne iarm problem tor 7 years."

Nixon also'hlt hard on the

farm theme in, earlier' speeches

at Kapm city, s.c; ana Fargo,
N.D. He made it clear the ad

ministration does not Intend to

reireat from its stand on Ilexi

ble price supports but will fight
out the issue on the line set by

Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T.
Benson. -- -. -

The administration's farm
policies will give farmers a share
in "unparalleled prosperity," he


Nixon told a wheat belt nudi

ty Auditorium.

"I am confident that our nro.

gram is right," he told them.

Nixon brought his round-the-nation
campa'gn tour in into
to into the Dakotas for speeches at

itapia city and Fargo, S.D, He
speaks at Minneapolis tonht.
He t- said the administration

will not retreat on the issue of
price supports but will fight it
out on the flexible support mo-

ocurciary 01 Agriculture
Ezra T. Benson.

er C vou'd have strange brands

fattening '00' your grass now,

Her expression became consider considerably
ably considerably firmer. "Your beef isn't here

by my invitation," v

He smiled dryly, brushing her
rebuff aside with a careless ges gesture.
ture. gesture. "Your notes stretch beyond
the normal limits of realistic in

vestment for the bank"

Once, again she broke In, ignor-
ine his talk. "Where has Emmett

thi imoo" ence at Ranirt mtv. S.D... that

4,Yates" homesteacf. Haven'tyoa farm prices are rising and will'here a few hours earlier after a

heard the old saw about like bw continue upward "it we coniin-"'B"'.;.. "'gue; irom Spokane,

-i.t l kp" Her e ids were low-Hu&tne kino or leaoersnm presi- wawi.

ering dangerously a warning- ne aent Eisennower provides.

1 On September 26, the Military

au over tne world (will celebrate
the 15th i anniversary of the
founding of the Corpg with the!
theme for this year, '"Pre venj

ynce the foundine o f the

Corps in September' of 1941, MPi

nave served Honorably tne world

over. . . . t J

The soldier policeman h'rn-!'
self realizes that his first con-'
slderation is the prevention oft
crime. You may see an MP di-
Tectinj 'a- serviceman awayr
from a trouble spot i ntowri' or
givinp a warn nf ticket when
someone has -grown careless.
These are preventive meas measures.
ures. measures. ) ""' :

Additionally they strive to

protect the serviceman and his

family. Perhaps patrolim a a-round
round a-round family quarters or provid providing
ing providing an interpreter to assu; when
a seryicemfin has become in involved
volved involved In an accident in the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama. Or It might
be escorting an ambulance to

uie scene of an accident.,

These are all part of the pro

tective service that goes- on 24
hours a day. The desk of the
Military Police, station is always
ready to provide assistance, pro protection
tection protection or service at any time of
the day or night'; ;

In a recent Witer congratulat

ing the MPs on their birthday,
General Maxwell D. Taylor said,

Under conditions of peace and

war the members of the Military
Police Corps have maintained
military standards essentials to

tne discharge of their Important
responsibilities... by their.- pro

fessional competence they have
made an important contribution
to the' maintenance of order,
peace, and discipline in the Ar Army."1
my."1 Army."1 He then extended his best
wishes to the corps for the con continued
tinued continued success they have had in
carrying out their missions.
While these duties are being
carried out by. : the neatly
dressed men in the Miliary
Police uniform .other members
of the corps are doing another
type of duty.; Dressed in, the
green fatigure uniform they
are engaged preparing lor un un-forseen
forseen un-forseen emergencies that may
arrive. Such as traminr to

wield a bayonet or fire a ri rifle,,
fle,, rifle,, pract'eing field commu communications
nications communications or dismantling a
machine gun. This duty spells
preparedness, for the corps.

I i




v :
9 iy- 1 i

Nixon strongly endorsed Re Republican
publican Republican Gov. Joe Foss, World
War I ace who is seeking re re-election
election re-election and Sen. Francis -lease
He also asserted that many
Democrats don't share the phil philosophy
osophy philosophy of their party leaders
and predicted they will vot a a-gain
gain a-gain for the Eisenhower-Nixon
ticket. ... .. I -. .
En route to the auditorium,
Nixon's open c o n v e r t'ble
threaded its way carefully
through a throng of 2,500
youngsters who jammed the
street In front of the RanW
City High School.

He and Mrs. Nixon arrived

shouldn't ignore. "This Is Only
what I overhear. Jean. My barten

ders catch talk. I haven't mention

ed the Yates place to the sher sheriff."
iff." sheriff." "Steve, each time you come
here you are more saloon keeper
and less banker." ,

"We are making no false

promises," he said, -"But I am

confident that if the American
people will stick with it, the
farmers will share in unparallel unparalleled
ed unparalleled prosperity."
Nixon charged that during 20
years under the Democrats the
farmers enjoyed no prosperity
"except during war."
He addressed about 2,000 per-

Throtighout 'the first three
days of his vote-seeking ; trek,

Nixon had made it clear that

the administration will not re

treat from Its stand on farm
policy. -.1, ; ; :r
Nixon's itinerary called lor an
appearance tomorrow at Sioux
City,. Iowa.- Tomorrow night he
will make his first "major" ad address
dress address of the tour at Colorado

Springs, coio. ,,

MAYING A last minute 'check before going on' duty is SP3
iWilliam H. Wells of fort Amador's 512th MP Co. .4 ;

v pw'.'




The individual MP Is also pre

paring. Whether it be perfecting

judo tecnniques or reporung
procedures, first aid or riot con

trol, each is preparing mmseii

to serve better. i

"Once again the Military Po Police
lice Police Corps marks the passing of
andlher anniversary, proud in
the knowledge that they hav
served well in the past, prevent-
ing crime, protecting lives and
property and confident that
they are prepared for any even eventuality.
tuality. eventuality. -..-.'.
Adloi Takes Off
On 11 -State Swing

Adlal E. Stevenson left Wash.

lngton today for the firrst ma major
jor major trip of his presidential cam campaign
paign campaign : an 11-state swing in including
cluding including an Important farm
speecn in the. heart of the corn
belt,;-:- ,-'.;-;; -' ':-.'.
Stevenson's chartered airliner,
labeled the "Joe Smith Express,"
took oft. from Washington Na National
tional National Airport at 8:30 a.m. A
press plane followed a few min minutes
utes minutes iaier. '. -; x-'
"Joe .Smith' Express" -was
painted on the luselage of the



- TAKEN OFF THE PICKET LINE An unidentified picket is
led away by police In Chicago after violence broke out dur during
ing during the first day of the strike of; packinghouse workers a-
" gainst Swift and Co. Some 25,000 employes at 40 Swift plants
in, 26 states walked out-after contract negotiations, broke
down in a wage dispute. -
Meat Packers Are Striking; ;
But Progress Seen In Talks

CHICAGO, Sept 22 (UP)
Two striking -unions and Swift
and Co., agreed to send repre representatives
sentatives representatives to a mediation" con conference
ference conference Monday.
An early-report' that th un unions
ions unions would not take patt in the
conference was contradicted by
United packinghouse Workers
President Ralph Helstein. ;
The UPW and the Amalgama Amalgamated
ted Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher
Workmen also, opened negotia negotiation
tion negotiation whh two other packers

, yesterday In hopes to set a pat

tern to end the Swift strike.
Representatives of Wilson and
Co., and John Morrell and Cov
met with union officials yesterday.---
.The unions have not gone on
strtke against these companies,
but Were seeking new contracts.
Labor 'leaders entered the nego negotiations
tiations negotiations with strike authoriza authorization
tion authorization of 7,000 .Wilson employes
and 5,000 Morrel workers.
. The unions reported that
"progress is being made" alter
the meeting!, ) "-v J

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EACH of the
athletic Bg-
ure thowa at
right has an an
i alogous relation relation-r
r relation-r ship to an. indi indies
es indies vidua! ; seen la
" the accompanying
set of drawings.

That la., to" say.
each has it placs

in ths surround surround-J
J surround-J Uigs pictured.
How quickly can
you determine

- "-. ' -' which player Da-

aulve the problem
Lb to cut out the
figure and shift,
them around un-'
tl you have de-.
dded on the co
rect settings. An Another
other Another vs to draw
a line from the
figure, to the
Letters and nu numerals
merals numerals ,ar for
1 da n 1 1 f icatwn
(iurposea in the
eolution below.
Time limit: 'two
minute, ;
- .; .. . '- oo
-j is-a Jti.j

its a Fitting spor fs picture

HOW to entertain folks who do not play baxda 1
sometimes a problem.- Here's a suggestion
x which offers some of the Jhrills of an exciting horse
race. You may find some of the bridge or" canasta

players forsaking their own game to Join in, the fun.

WHT' Should s

Take a oack'oT reenlar olavma tarda and remove Y: chanse" to a

new. location
have a profound
Influence on one?
-y Mum i)
) la what way
are "' cigar and,
hams" alike?

q 1 0 8 mv

You're Got to Be Shifty This is Full of Mistakes

the tour aces.. Then shuffle the deck' with the bot

toms of the-cards upwards and tak any seven
cards from the remainder, of the pack Place the
seven cards face down in a line On top of the table
to form the race-course. y .. v f,
Now you art ready to-atart the game, which can
be played as a solitaire pastime or by s many as
four players, one for each ace",
The fmtf aces, which are the Tace' horses, are
placed' In a line even with the first of -the sevea
cards, the starting; point' s i
Now turn up the top card of the remainder of
the deck which has been placed aside, faces down.
Suppose it Is a card, from the heart' suit, then the
ACA of hearts racer, is moved forward along the
course the distance of one card length. Then an another
other another card la turned up. If It Is a club, then the
.ace of clubs iacer moves forward on the course the
length of acard. Tha next upturned card may be a,
fliamond or( a spade, If so, Jhen the respective aee
cards are advanced,' as previously explained and as
Illustrated above. ... :
' This procedure Is followed until One of the ace
cards is even with the last of the seven cards fo'rm fo'rm-'
' fo'rm-' tag the race Course. This "horse" is the. winner of

the race.

To maxe -mngs more mre5ting cerxiun nonuses Mch ta, ft m iain-that tha total
of handicaps may be introduced. A deuce, for in- u MCtl lQ0 R;member tn. ,ftrae numbm
stance, might be designated as a wild card per- b t fo u mtmM
muting either an extra leap or a penalty, which- .'
ver iragreed vpon by the group. 't :si is' MtH o n P i"oi wj ai,oji (!iaji8
; Travelling -From A to B the t&hg, Easy :Rottte

J :, ' f J v

VOu will note,

. upon studying
the arrangement
of the figures in
this design, that'
the totals tit the
figures in the
four circles along
acfe straight line
v The problem is
to shift the fig figures
ures figures around bo
that the fum of
the four circles

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RUSH HOLM, who has tried all sorts of ways t
get frora work to his residence in a, hurry, has
decided that the quickest of all, 1s via a aerie of
back streets. A diagram of the area Rush tofafs
Is shown above.' How' quickly can you tract 'the

rents he roust follow? Start tt A and proceed to B
Without crossing Unas, retracing your steps er get getting
ting getting tost v
you cover the diagram with tissue before you
begia, Mtneone else can enjoy a turn. :

AT LEAST fO mistakes were purposely msd in
. the drawing above as a test of your attention
to detail and powers of observation. How many can
"yoo find?
" List your answers on a sheet of paper and then
check them with those below.
: A score of lo is good; 20 ex more, excellent.
' Place a time Uml of B minutes on yourself ; then
1st sameone else try. .,
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T TSINQ colored
A-1 pencils or
crayons, shade In
the various seg seg-m
m seg-m a t s of the
'drawing at right
and bring 'about
a magla transform
matlon of the
maze of lines Into
, an amusing
scene. Apply col colors
ors colors as follows:
. BlBIus
B Red
Y Yellow
O Orange .
O Green

Keep colors

within the lines.

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Television Programming and
Production, by RicHard Hubbell
(Rinehart, 372 pages: SS.60). A
third revised edition of the trea

tise now established as the stand'

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fast. Solve (1
similarly to a
crossword pussts.
fin .(as fclonfcs

tcith numerals in

down and aorota.

1. 2, 5. 7. 10, 13, 15. and whatf
5. One ouf bt to. v
6. One-flun Barry, a tad footer, -Whipped
out his trusty old ihooter.
7. The gruesome twosome.

9. Doubletons.
U. Legally, you're an Infant until you reach

ard work on tha subject. The tots age. m moat awes.
author is a producer-director of 12. Nothing can separate two quintets.

high reputation. While tt was u. Age of "Alexander the Great" at death.


written for technicians, a plain

TV fun finds It Ian inerossine

"laside story." The illustrations, How many spelling errors

consisting Of some 300 production" garret, garotte?

garnish, garrison,

shots, have exceptionally mstruc-

f tive captions.
' The Art of tha Aqualung, by
Robert .Crusa (Philosophical Li Library,
brary, Library, 83 pages! 12.75). A primer
In Subsurface swimming and ex exploring
ploring exploring with Snorkel-tubs and
goggles, by a" French merman.
' Text and Illustrations skimpy at
the price. ' i

Thought Block-outs
OBJECT of the diagrams a

tight below Is to reconstruct

A .... Jktim smammmI 4m DaMM A On A ,i rt,.., .!... ,i

fn which Homer, living, begged lor bread..
S. (50 foot-pounds per second la how many horse horsepower?
power? horsepower? ' ' ' ' )
4. Write sixty-one thousandthas a decimal.
s. 5. Sum of tha Ro'amin' Roman Numerals In: SIX

X. The knockout count

8. When three and zero are mora than three.
9. Four tlfty-slx o'clock is

10. Bottom half of 818.

V1S. Victory sign.

14. a trlceratopa animal has this many horns on

""NBJECT of the diagrams atxbo face.

li. What the Scotsman paid to take nine guests

designated words from slues ap- for lunch at 30 cents each, Including tips.
pearmg in the words themselves. ' i -mt 8-T "9-itt 'oto-ot 'K-6

pther1 letter u

placs. Td solve,
copy all ot the
letters sow show
,uig, in tha empty
spaces of their
respective i verti
eal rows. Then,
'wherever possi possible,
ble, possible, form hew
: short words by
trial and error,
. hdrlzontally, until
you have found
all the missing

tetters. A time limit of five min minutes
utes minutes per diagram is suggested.

Tou may find it unnecessary to

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Initially, Four States Are Five

7 S y.r.B ZZZZ Z you1 make the JniUal letter, of four state,
complete an entire diagram to I j MMm .... ,ta

miat tha kv word. SP"' "1UJi u""' """"
guess ins aey woru. .... ... . mltl.l8

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of six states spell a aeventn.
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brings out the missing fig figure
ure figure in the scene above, whereas
cold weather spells its doom.
. First take a guess as to what it
Is. then draw the outline -by start"
- ing at dot Land drawing a con continuous
tinuous continuous line to' dot 21. This par particular
ticular particular dotograph lends itself well
' as a coloring test. How neatly
and artistically can you fill it in?
Remember, you are to guess
what's missing before filling it in.

Ring the Bell
HANO a bea from the celling
on 'a ribbon or cord. EUnd EUnd-fold
fold EUnd-fold contestants. -In each" one's
turn, start him out from 4conicr
ot the room by spinning h!m
three times and then letting him
"go. Object is to find and ring
the bell, which la hot as easy as
it may seem. Note: remove dan dangerous
gerous dangerous obstacles and breakables.

B uont Sheffer
, 1 Hebrew measure equal to the
' ephah (Ezek. 43:11)
: 5 Cliques. ;i- ",...
ft Rounded roofl J ;
14 Opposite ot sweather.
15 Herod was displeased with :
th ones who came from here -j
desiring peace. tActs 12.20) I
1 Species of Ijric poem.
17 Fly aloft . :"'
18- Back. .. v. ,.
. 19 Laughing.
20- rPart of a shoe1.
21 One of Elkanah's wives. (1
Sam. 1:2)
24 More poverty stricken. . V
26 In what form did the spirit of
' God destwnd upon Jesus fol-
lowing bis baptism 7 (Mat -3:16)
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27 Bury. v
2 Cruel ruler. '
33 Father of Hadad. Gen. 36.35)
3ft Nomenclature.
38 This king of Judah destrojed
idolatry in his land. (2 Cbr.
15 8
3 Luzon Ncgrltoa1
40 Aoportions. .'
41 Snort-eared motlll. (her.)
42 I(oo(nt. i i ..
4.? Pui.ed. ..: "'
. 44 Avows. 1
. 4V-Daubs. .'---.
47 One of the places in Paul's
. esfcnnd missionary journey.
', (Acts 16:1) i
4 Athletia event v
81 Fmie seer.
55 Pila'n did whtvto the prison prisoner.
er. prisoner. Larahhas, by the peoples
choice? (Mark lffcflL.
- 59- uick look. v ;
(.'pen. t t ".
1 5 ry look.
3 bpur.

o4 serenity.
6t Palestinian seaport :
68 Unbleached." k i (
67 Completed.
' 68Male of the red.dMr.' ? 1
, 69 One of those with Noah in tha
Ark. (Gen. 7:13)

1 Shallow arm of the sea. ; v.
2 Solitary, ....,
" 3 Pester. w ' y
. ,4A-6he had her daughter. Salome,,.
dance before Herod and de-
mand the head of John the
Baptist (Mat 14:6)
5 What part of the Heavenly
city was pure gold? (Bev.
V 21:21)
8 Organ of vision.
7 Snare. .
' .8 Son of Zebulum, (Num. 26:26)
9 Deduces. : :
10 Adjudge ,. ., v
.11 Mournful sound. ; ..;
12 Feminine name..
13 All bis days were nlne.hun-
d red and twelve years. (Gen.
21 The "Swedish Nightingale." t -23
Knots.. -.', 4
2S Revive.
2B-Valued. ,.
80 Death sat upon what horse?
(Rev. 6:8)
31 Eskers. '-"
32 Sunburns. ; x
' 21 Samson went and dwelt la thfr
top of this rock sfter he smote
the .Philistines. (Judg. ISM..
- 31 Specified time.
87 Inhabitants of Media. 7
40 He was placed as a baby In
an ark "of bulrushes inl the
water, end was rescued" bv
Pharaoh's dsughtef. (Ex. 2:10)
41 Finds the mean of.;
43 Negotiated. : '
O IS 5. KUg reaUNS 8rillt, lae,

44 He "was a keeper of sheep.
(Gea 4:2) :
48 Compunction.
50 Descendant, of Ephraim.- (1
Chr. 7:25) ; I
52-rHc "walked witb God." (Gea
5 22)

63-Frlght 1.
' 54 The stonecrop.
- 85 Lasso. '
56 Equal
57 Guide.'
1 58 Ten: comb form.
82 Blunder.

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Z HE JUST COULDN'T WAJr Cadet Geuld Sullivan of the New York Maritime

jimmik s his daughter at the Toronto airport -a reunion which.',1- i

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college didn't see why h had to run down the gangplank to kiss his' girl, Carolyn. -; his -wife"' left .Yugoslavia' five years ago, but had to A JOB FOR "PUNKSI'--Young apprentice bridgemenT called "punks" by veteran r

Villella, when that hawse -hole Was so convenient The Empire Stote 111 re

turned, to Fort Schuyler; in the Bronx, after 6 training cruise of 13,000 miles.

leave their

Cross efforts.

daughter behind. .Finally, through Red' U workmen wait on the catwalk of the Mackjnac bridge near St. Ignacc, Mich.,
, she was able to leave the land of Trio. ? for the spinning wheel to pass before placing parallel wires on the main cables.

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v ease the passage of huge barges. Last year, towboats along the oft-termed Queen of Rivers reflected the tremen-.

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' Prime, Minister Sir- ',
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IT'S BEEN A tONG TIME Mrs. Dorothy Hunt (left) of Chicago greets the sister ; with successor, Sir" An An-she
she An-she fcasn't seen for 57 years, Mrs. L. W. Steele of Auckland, New Zealand. Mrs". thony Eden, in London's

Steele arrived", in Chicago on a visit. She shows the route she traveled. 'No. 40 Downing Street

TT THE FACES of a nation's children mirror the"lives from' the age-old.'simple pleasures of bountiful Mother



hey lead,, then few youngsters .are ashappyias the 'Nature. The child of Polynesia never worries about ma f

n tne islands below the equator--Samoa, Tahiti, tenal things. A boy s lootbau is a coconut and the best

Cooks and others.-. Here, the world of thudhood, jungle. cvm fs a breadfruit tree! They have their own

. .uncomplicated by, modern-day tiyilizatiohi created" Jpool,sthe Pacific ocean.: Andh' there are 'no orphanage?,

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Instructor Ccb Msynard gives scr.:c flying hints to a
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prctry rccnccr cr lc.3h Mirporr. even u.u kiuuh
ii.T.cs go up vit'i Pep into the "wild- blue wonder, end
!;srn cheat flying early, ".










THE YADIES turn out to watch their flyboys overhead. Standing. 1 to 3, Mrs. X. L. Cotton
and Mrs. Thelma Scott. Seated, 1 to 3, Mrs. Gladys Bray ton with Rod, Mrs. Coryne Ander Ander-on
on Ander-on with Garry, Mrs. Alice Erixon and Susie Cotton, v


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CARRY ANDERSON Rets ready for take-off with his father,
Leslie Anderson, in their Cessna 140.



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I Have you ever wondertd where
those small planes that are eon-
tinnallv tvina nvflr thm Atlantic

Side, come to roost?

At Colon airport, of eourse. How

ever, this official Government air airport
port airport is so situated that it is diffi difficult
cult difficult to locate it. For one tiling,
there is a high cyclone fence run running
ning running down from' the Colon Free
Zone, and a sign which says not to

enter unless you have business.
Frank Scott, prominent Colon

businessman, who is also airport

manager, says that .desiring to vis

it the airport, is sufficient 'busi-l

ness" to enable' you tp enter. He
said to tell readers of the Sunday

American that they were invited to

visit the Colon airport.
In the"-aviation world, it is some

what of a novelty to have a muni

cipal airport hear the heart of

SEVEN PLANES lined up on hangar row at the Colon Airport on a Saturday morning.

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are done over water. A look at-the
aerial picture on this page will en enlighten
lighten enlighten you on this.
No regularly scheduled airline
use the Colon Airport now. The
reason is that the runway, is 1800
feet long, and for the bigger planed.
to land, it is generally consilered
that 2400 feet is necessary. There
is a movement afoot to add 600 feet
to the runway by dumping mater-
ial at both ends and building up
new land for it.- j.-.
One man who has thoroughly in. l
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Ycaugtiii'u (ins uu wai il -wvuiu
cost only $50,000 to do this, and
that the Panarfa Government hat
$100,000 earmarked for improve-
ments to the Colon airport Vhich it
hasn't spent. So it is just a matter
of getting the official orders issued
some Colon citizens claim, i
There was a further threat to the
continued operation of the Colon
Airport because one of the refinery

nrms nad asked to be given the en-

City. In Colon, a five minute drive tire fill area between the Free
takes-you to the airport. Zone and the water, which in-
And it is unusual how the airport eludes the airport as well as muctt
is so situated that there is no take-other land.
off or landing over the City. Both' However, this was tled-in with

FROM HIGH In the sir. Colon Airnort looks 'ike this. Bee the word lColonn painted on

TWO INSTRUCTORS who have more than, a dozen boys'
learning to fly at Colon are, 1 to r, Frank Scott and IHib
Maynard. Both arejicenscd instructors under Hit "CAA. ".


STANDING in front of their amphibian, a Republic Seabee,
are Tom Liles and Bill Brooks who flew it down from Miami
to Colon.-

DEMONSTRATING 'spot landings' and traffic natttirns. iptriictor Frank Scott-talts to. 1 t :
'- r, Lee Cotton, Dewey Harris and Jim Lane. ? w


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Air Force
Or Saturday

package deal where -the same com-,
pany wanted the old De Lessepsl
area and the stables area', etc., sol
there is some doubt that Colon will!

make a give-away of .so .much of

her small space" wifhia the city

limns to one urm.
What is there at the Colon Air
port, one may ask? There are 'se 'several
veral 'several activities there. One is the

training of .student pilots, "and
their constant practicing, as we I
as the flying of aviation fans win

own their own planes.- "J
It is understood hat a local air
line intends to. offer sen e d u 1 e I

fligh's to Boeas del Toro from Co Co-!
! Co-! Ion very soon as .this service m
.greatly needed, ,
". '' Also, there is considerable char charter
ter charter flying done by AVCO (Aviacion
Colon,- S. A.) to -various points a a-long
long a-long the "North Coast" as the Co Colon
lon Colon f!y boys call it anrr to various
pom's of the interior of Tanama.

, A hangar protects the : various

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planes owned by AVCO as well as j
the privately owned planes. There
is a gas pump, waiting joom in t
the airport building, and other fa-j
cilities. . : I j
It may astound non-flyers to t

know that there is a direct tele telephone
phone telephone line to Albrook Air Force
Base. A. flight plan is filed with
Air Traffic Control for every plane
that takes' off from Colon Airport.
This is done ovelr the phone. A Na

tional Guardsman yt the field is
furnished the name of the pilot and
all passengers on every flight,-

Adminislrator at the Colon air airport
port airport is Frank' Scott. Holding all

CAA and Panama ratings, plus
commercial pilot experience with
KLM plus instructors' licenses in
both US and Panama, Scott is ob-
vio'isly sought after for instruction:

ins cu-msuuciur, a iurnier Air
Force instructor, is Bob Mayaard
who has intrested several young
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FLYERS all, are, 1 to' r, Dewey Harris, Lee Co
ton Aatmai'K. i.ack row, Leslie Anderson, Jo
ton and Bill Brooks, shown at Colon Airport.

tton, E. C. demons, Bremer Jorstad and Mil
.tn bi&son, Tom LUes, iiank Scott, George iat




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MISS IRENE MEltn.W and Mrs. Robin' Erixs on sit in the waltlne room at Colon Airnort

, JOHN S1SSON gets a lesson In plane handling from Frank while Arthur Snider files a flight plan via phone to Albrook and student flyers Dewey Har-

SUNDAY, SEmLllUKgJat-lflCS.'

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TenmiONf 2-0740 IB Lmtil , "V
Oki oot panamirican. Panama ''

Fob six months, m advance,
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- By Mary Sarlon :
Here where nothing passes.
Where centuries have stayed
Gently the heart Is laid.
.Alive under the grasses,
Oh, breathe these meadows in
Till you are filled with green,
A drunkard of the scene
Your dreams will wander in.
And set the eyes to graze,
Set urban eyes to browse f
The rich, brief summer days
Among the trees and cows.
'And sleep away all care,
Lay rushing time to rest,
And rise up light as air,
Green-fed and meadow-blessed.

, By Robert Hillyer
The hummingbird that darts and hovers
, Made one fatal dart alas!-,-Against
a counterfeit of fldwera
Reflected in the window glass. ;
-When-four-o'clock had sunk In shadow;
The window caught ah extra glint
Of color, like the sudden rainbow i
Arching the purple firmament. '.,.
Transcendent are the traceries :
Illusion weaves to set a snare) ..J,
The quick competitor of bees, s.
Trusting his universe of air .....
For flight and honey, dazzled so
In quest of sweetness, was waylaid
By something hard that had a glowV
Brighter than that the garden made.
Illusion shatters; the Ideal -
Is much more ruthless than the real.
The visionary hummingbird ',
Hit nothingness, and hit it hard.


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By Richmond Lattim6re

Where were we in that afternoon? And where'
.fethe high room now, the bed on which you laid your hafr
as bellsvbeat early in the still air? ".
A-two o'clock of sun and shutters. Oh, recall C
!5e halr's angle a stripe of shadow pn the wall
the hours we gathered In our hands, and then let falL
Wrist on wrist, we relive memory: shell of moon
on day sky, two o'clock in lazy June 1
and twenty years gone In an afternoon.

All Poems Courtesy of The New Yorker.

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' "Either I'm general or I go to the other side!
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SOLDIER'S DIET: CALORIES AND CAUTION As two buddies have chow, a Trench
soldier stands guard at an outpost in the dangerous Palestro Canyon in Algeria. The soldiers
eat while sentry's eyes are riveted on the surrounding hillside, where enemy fighters lurk. ,"J

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Thq word of greeting in Israel
is ."Shalom." The -word' of greet greeting
ing greeting in Arabic is "Salaam." Both

mean "peace. Peace is so im

portant to tbe people of the Near

East that when they meet you

they say' "peace" and when they
leave you they repeat: "Peaee."

Yet there 1 no peace in the

Near East. : '1 r . t. 1

Driving along the Gaaz Strip

toward the Dead Sea the other
afternoon there seemed to be
peace. Fields-of Sorghum, patch patches
es patches of tobacco, carefully planted
trees lined the road.

But off toward- the Egyptian

line you could see a cluster of
houses surrounded by barbed
wire a kibbutz.

The kibbutz, or cooperative

farm settlement, is the real mil

itary outpost against Arab attack.

They are working outposts, oper operated
ated operated by young adventurous
Jews, farmer- soldiers who 'work

in the fields by day and guard the

border by night a border which!

is onmarKea and uniortilied- and

which raiding parties can cross

aimosti at will.

But. as we drove south, the bor

der seemed peaceful in the twi


Next morning we learned that

13 Egyptians and two Israelis
had been killed in raids back and

orth across the edge of the Gaza



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The best time to drive to thfl

Dead Sea is in the cool of the

evening, or at 5 a.m. before the
sun is up. In the moonlinht vou

can see black .shadows creeping

siowiv along me Darren Hillside.

They are goat herds belonging tu

me neaouin urines that, scratch

out a living on. the rockiest, most

topsy-turvy desert country I have

secu east of the brand Canvon

xou wonaer wny anyone should

want to tight .over it,

l hough. Arabs, the .Bedouins

on, the movement of Egyptian
troops. : 1
The southernmost tip of the:
Dead Sea, 1,286 feet below sea
level, is probably the hottest
place-in the world with day daytime
time daytime temperature seldom below
110 degrees. There, Abraham
persuaded the Lord to save Lot's
family when be destroyed the ci cities
ties cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, and
you-cm understand bow. in that

heat, Sodom and Gomorrah were

wicked enough to be destroyed.
Standing -100 feet or so above
the Dead Sea is the pillar of salt

into which Lot's wife was turned
when she made the mistake of

looking-uaek. Not only Lot's wife.

:but everything around the vDead

Sea is salt. The sand that lines

the shores is rock salt, and the
cliffs ,high above the shore are

salt. ,

Across the Dead Sea .are- the

hills of Jloab, farthest point Mos Moses
es Moses was permitted to come when

he led the -children of Israel back
to the Promised Land.- :

But tucked under the hills of

Moab is an Arab village on the

opposite shore of the Dead Sea

It is in Jordanian territory, which
illustrates the crazy-quilt manner
in which the boundaries of Israel

have been defined or rather

undefined. -.

The northern part of the Dead
Sea is Jordanian, the southern
part Israeli- The Sea of Galilee
is all Israeli, though the Syrian

border comes down to within 10
yards of the eastern shore. The
Jordanian-Israeli border splits the

city .01 Jerusalem into two parts

ueuuenem, wnere ennst was

born, is under the Arabs in J or

dan. Nazareth, where he- grew up,
is in Israel, though populated by

The border of Israel is so patch

work that the main airport of the
country at Tel Aviv is only two

and a half miles from the Jor

dan border, while the narrowest
part of Israel is only seven miles

wide; This is between the Arab

are- friendly to Israeli rule, Rive'city of Tulcarm and N a t a n y a,
important intelligence information! named for Nathan Strauss, the

first public housing admlnistratof
under Roosevelt, which is on' the

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The reason for these patchwork
borders is that they were set at 4
the farthest point the Arab ar

mips rwrparan in iiia icrao r wn

of Liberation in 19484- .- v

What happened was this:- When
the British yanked their 'troops,
their" nnst-offipp nerennnol vthnin

telegraph system, and everything

ci!u win. 01 israei ai ine expira

tion 01 ine British, mandate on
MaV 14. 1948. th npiol.hnrintf

Arab nations of, Syria, Lebanon,

joruau, iraq ana Jtgypt all con converged
verged converged bn, Israel. .,.:,
' And the Jpwc diiih nn

ized army and few" arms, per.

lormea a miinary miracle com com-Darahlfi
Darahlfi com-Darahlfi in Wschimrinn'.

defeat of the British. .,

The Jews won because, like fhe
13 colonies, they were defending

a new home: and because Amh

troops were partially mercenar-

res who dian't want "to fight.
But KlnS' Farnuk nf r.mnf uin

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so confident that the overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming strength of this Arab armies

wuuia crusn Israel from three
Sides that he hail a

printed in Cairo featuring his pic

ture vcr lub worus rei AVJV.
He never got to' Tel Aviv; On
the contrary his irm n,e n,.rki

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almost to the Ked Sea. and would

nave Deen pushed farther had not
the British intervened.
The real problem between Is Israel
rael Israel and the Arab states today
is the shame of that defeat.
It was not poor-equipment that

caused the Arab riihil It ..,a

the, determination of a little band

or jewg lighting for a. new home homeland.
land. homeland.
The Arabs are not particularly
concerned about more territory.
Several of them, notably Jordan
and Iraq, are underpopulated. But
the ignominious shame of the
Arab world over being pushed
back by little Israel is the real
reason for today's hunger for re revenge
venge revenge and for lack of peace in
the Near .East. ) :.



SHOWING HER STRENGTH France's newest warship, the cruder DeGrasse, steams outot

pon ai iJres on rouie 10 rouion, wnere it win reiniorce the French Navy forces standing by for
possible action In the Mediterranean Sea. The 8,000-ton ship carries special equipment for use
against atomic arms. . ; x 1

Pei er Edson In


WASHINGTON "(NEA) -President
Eisenhower's determi determination
nation determination to run a clean campaign,
sneaking no evil of his Dem

ocratic opponents personally,- has

set a high standard' tor his fol followers
lowers followers to five up. to. :
When Vice President Richard
M. Nixon announced his first two two-week,
week, two-week, 15,000-mile airplane swing

::. tnroucn 32 Key states.', ne rom-

mented that President Eisen-

quarters now is that the booklet

was never really issued. And it
was withdrawn because objec objections
tions objections were raised ;to some of its
arguments by White House staff
A -new and revised edition Is
in preparation and will be issued
soon. ..- . --

' Just to show bow 1 times have

changed and how much brother

couldn't campaign on whistle- Illinois has sent in a request to

stop basis. .-1 Republican '. National Committee

"President Truman did that in, headquarters for ex-Gov. Thomas

hower had his responsibilities of; ly love there is in. the GOP to-

ffice tc carry out, and, therefore day, Sen. ; Everett Dicksen of

iuw, iixon oDservea. uufc ne
is not in the same class .'with
.President Eisenhower." ;
There was a ripple of laughfer
among reporters over this indi-
rcct dig at Nixon's bid sparring
partner. A couple, of sentences
later Nixon referred back to it

- to correct the record. ,i .;
"I intended nothing derogatory
to : President Truman," Nixon ex explained
plained explained in reference to his earlier
remark. "1 1 was just making a
- comparison of .their popularity.",

''Winning pockets" is the secret
- to "the way the Democratic party
will the election, -claims Sen.'
- Hubert Humphrey CD-Minn).
Humphrey theorizes that' the
Republicans have not won many
new voters that they did not have
in 1952.. But be says there are

E. Dewey of New York' to come

to Illinois for a campaign speech.

Four years ago at the GUP
convention in Chicago, Dirksen
gave a slashing- verbal attack on

Dewey., Dirksen wasithen sup

porting the late Sen. Robert A.

Taft for the presidential nomma

tioa. Dewey was : a strong pro pro-Eisenhower,
Eisenhower, pro-Eisenhower, man. Pointing to
Dewey in I the convention hall,
Dirksen accused him of having

twice led the party to de

feat. There were loud boos from

the conyention floor,

It's all over now.. Dewey made

one of the best speeches deliv
ered at the Republican conven

tion in San Francisco. And Dirk

sen wanti Dewey to help him on
to victory in his Illinois re-elec

tion campaign this year,

Hemihliran elenhant. ? C. ha ? making hay as well as

Thev include- the unemployed

, small businessmen; farmers and

"pockets'1 will boost Democratic

V A SCENE TO STIR MEMORIESOne of the very few old-fashioned threshing outfits still
i operating is seen on the Ronald Drimmei farm, near Lancaster, Kan. Above, George Morgan,
owner of one of the farms on the machine's four-job run, pitches oaU bundle into the thresher. I
I The outfit! uses horses to pull bundle wagons and even has C "water monkey," Dimmel's son.

Waller -Wisnchsll In Men Yorlt

menriine nolitieal- fences and run

ning for re-election. But he stul" -'"ie Main ie -uuiuuees!

Lest Seut en Broadway
If caa t read tiiexcoiumns. I
1 nugnt see your name,
And recall what we lost anw

J can never reclaim.
I I've tried wanting roadway .

. out never ti wise,

' They smirk aijd they mock.

gets out his letter to constituents

liberals. Gathering' up -.all theseUnd from WiUiston.N.D., he. re

ports now that:

yote totals. Humphrey declares. I

' ' "Rven with too ner ceiit of bar-

Republicans thought they -were ity,' the farmers here in, the west

preuy smart, aoing a 101 01 eariy can't make it on account of Uie
advance planning to sign up a lot I limitation in acreage Vhich thev

of five-minute spots at the endure allowed to plant, and because
of the most popular radio and TV) the repairs which a farmer has
programs, for short political to buy for power machinery have
pitches. They ended up with v3i gone-clear out of sight.''
of these periods, two and three ai Burdiclc told of a. worn knuckle

day, beginning in mld-Octpber. ora sj,je tat that cost hira $3.60
Then the D e m o r a t s came to Teplace, and a new cam on a
along later, went to. the networks; baler that cost $40. The price .of

ana saw in eneci, we want mu a new .baler was $3,050.. .

same tning, oniy more 01 .11., "Many small farms here are
t Federal communications law re beinn abandoned." the congress-

quires networks ? and mdiviauo 1 man reports. "Organized labor

I- i!inlr0 filllnft nn frnm thl

networks .- and individu

stations to make equal time avail- ranks are fillin e

able for rival candidates r whei farm source". The inevitable end
demanded. ., N-r j v:"v.. !wm be tht we shall have, a la-
So the way the thing ..standi' bor government." 1 -now
is that, the Democrats havj ; ;;' t ; V. '.;'" ' J v; v;-a
a v;-a schedule for 59 of these five ( State and local candidates from

minute broadcasts. The Demc-both parties ate planning to ex-

(Ahne Cordy)- in Paris wings in Bway flavor than

this week. Never, in the U.S. .'about the Theatre.

Rosemary Clooney's mgr.- 'fJoe
Schribman) and his bride (a chor chorine
ine chorine at the Sands, Vegas) had it
drowned after 3 months . Eva
Rubinstein (dghlr of pianotable

Artur Rubinstein) weds a Protes

tant' minister about Christmas,

She's in "Diary of Anne Frank"

. . The ex-champ Jake La Mot Mot-tas
tas Mot-tas have the apartache . From
Jack O'Brian'a N.Y. ;, Journal-American-
col'm: "CBS & NBC

wonder why ABC's dealings with

tost novels

The" 15 asm-. Street eewuoulz

. tne Paramount ciocic

Oniy serve lo remind and .renew

tne mg shoc,

No moviesr no operas, no plays
catt'-I mew. . .,. 1

"kair Lady .- -and "llatful", are taleat weren't also aubpenaed by

: iiops wuuuui xou. ithe Ceiier (Dem.l comm."

;No joy seeing sunsets from1 TranslaUon: Could it be because
rs Me Wasnuigton Bridge, ABC prexy Robert Kintner's soh

;j,ne new aoesu 1 roriurpm ine hat; a godfather nftmed Adlal Ste.

, I sit, home ana sulk .. In a
pooi of seif-pity.rr, X
vWon'dring whuin 1 miss most
j .Vxou or Jvi cny???

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Starlcbrities About- Town: : Joe


New York Novelet: She's

of the kids working in a mid town

spot . .'She told us lhat 3 doc

tors doomed,. her to cancer

We told her we would check with

Rirhvnn FnnH moAinni atilhnrilina

j(tcei.ovin ) Lewis ; Is 1 Juetaagl, Her letter follows: "Dear

prettified at the lalt Barbee Shop 1 Walter: After our -discussion

tor his Copacapers inureve .. was greatly relieved. Knowing I

crats are also planning to ptt ploit the new "plane ramp" cam
their candidates on live as mue'i paigning technique this year. It';

. as possible. The Republicans wil
use a good bit of film and record
ings for studio-produced sh's
perfect in detail. vi ; ;

First edition of the "Republican
Speakers 1 Book" has disappeared
from circulation. It was a handy
- little vest pocket size, paper paperbacked
backed paperbacked booklet of 100 pages in a

( red : covers Issues were arranged
in alphabetical order, one .issue
tc a Daee. It was-full of readv

; reference facts antf -figures to
help campaign orators prepare

meir masterpieces. .
The booklet came .out last June,
and a few copies got into circu circulation.
lation. circulation. But word from GOP head



the air age refinement of the
campaign train "'back platform"

appearance previously popular m
whistle stopping..

Advance 'workers will beat the

drums for out-of-the-blue .appear

ances of the candidate, Crowds
will be encouraged to drive to
the airport, see the great, man
and hear his' wordji.

- Broadway Owl: We don't doubt

that Bob (Confidential) Harrison's
bullets were reaL But evvybuddy
fergiU that he pulled a 3 day
front-pager with the "kidnapping"

01 nis ex-editor by commies "in.
the midwest . Composer Franlr
Loesser's a "Most Happy Fella"
with the leading lady Jo Sullivan t
of that hit . The Doris Day
Louis Jourdan- bedroom- scene scene-stills
stills scene-stills (from their., latest thriller
"Julie") had to be wickered, Too.
yon-know Young Ronnie Sar-.,
no star photog at El Morocco, is
the son of famed Int'l News- ace.
Tony arno who has "shot" social-
ites at the lifted, pinky places for
eons J. They say the Susan
Strasberg-Dick 1 Adler idyll' has

onel curdled . Helen Marshall (of

TWA pufflicity here) is now Mrs..
Dr. : N. Ierzig. Elopedi recently.
JIorvmooning abroad . AP
peo-e suggest, dignified Fred
Stuart (of AP's New York radio
new staff) for membership in our
new clu'r. of newspapermen-who-

can-mt-nard. in case any hoodlum

. ... vvf......t,. --. w nu -stvaiijr intiwcUf nmHTuig' ivBn-ii(niiw, lhk miijf muuuiuiu
Ann Slieriuan j(toveherv than ever) could have confidence in any doc (or acid-thrower) would kke to
taking a 6 a.m. stroll in the par tor, yott recommended. Dr. Wolfe take our members on . Man Man-in
in Man-in low & comfy shoes ; V The looked, me "over. Of the1 three phylhattan Mural;, The pretty pave

w caesars, uie Rouge Buttons sicians, wio previous '"examined" I ment-pounder "hustling" vr i g h t

d diagnosed t my ailment I ?posue me -women s rrison at

and the Buddy Hackeas at Dan-Jmg (and

nys Hide-a-wo

Lisa K,irkjDr. Wolfe was the only one to ac

((unlaxing alter her Persian Roonjtually examine me. Thoroughly!,

smaiii; wuii a mauau luamucau tjeiore pronouncing. seniencene
at Vvinchell-Morocco 1 Barbara pathological jeport was obtained
Britton, a vision at the Chardas Ifrom the doctor, who operated on

as breathtaking as 3 flights of

siairs June wuson, saying:
'"This is my first danccin years

Most feliers- I -know just don't!

me.- Then- Dr. Wolfe said four

magic words: You Don Have
Cancer!" I felt lik a condemned
man. who had'heen ffranted full

Lola Fisher, in the chorus tf naidon. Thanks so much Walter.

"Ml!L"'(she inherited Fair Lad,y0u made it possible. You turned

Sulie Andrew

Made 11 Good Largi

The plane ramp has the advan I appear on WW

tage because more people can bj on premiere

crowded around an airplane thani Oct. 5th. 1 -, v . with glee at Ingrid Bergman if

around a back platform in a rait- r 1 scenes of her-oldie Intermezzo'

road station: The planes wfl Sallies In Our AUeyr roots hiioj, "Intermezzo" (is a coming film

'.ravel witn meir own puDuc( aa
'ress loud speakers. r

9th St. ami 6th Ave.

Sounds in the Night:- At the Ver

sailles: "The only iiU between
Madison Avenue and Hollywood &
Vine is .the padding in the shoul shoulders"
ders" shoulders" . .. At Bob Olin's: "'Get
your filthy knee 'from under my.
hand!" At Lane's:' "An In In-grate
grate In-grate is one who asks you to walk
under the Ladder of Success, Aft-

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arge), agreeing to again. Harry's GirL" 't'
I'a NBC-TV )in-col' v'-. ,? ?lmt."f AI 'lfA.U-
Friday night Oct Times Square Circle: They yellnr3 Uwil Vl M2XIC0

Pknr .-Yfiiiniifir Diver

asKcct Joe K. Lewis- how. long ,t at aeichborhood theatres. Some ; ... v.

took -him to get -from-Vegas tCoeer out loud-: H. Luc, 3rl COLLEGE STATION ; Tp

Broadway . "About a quart," and Shirley Tatters field (of Jacnues Picchrd of Swit Swit-g:g&J?f
g:g&J?f Swit-g:g&J?f finCe 'ce 'M'' Mainline sert duet at the War zeriand, who has been lO.ftS feet
at,fecVeep Manne Sacks' pah w ck's Raleighlloom.-i Beverlj underwater in his bathyscaphe div div-caU
caU div-caU it 'acks, Sixth Avenue" lrichards (Latin Quarter beaut) u'ing craft,,.-is makinB plans to,
Ilcnny Youngraan r swire on the h a e k: ADDlaudine handsome x.v..n r...u iuV.!..

JewUh -Holidays: ."Happy New, Dimes (Vegas) canary .Tdhy. Fos piccard has conferred with 'the

auvmu 11 mi; ,er WUn wnom iie iioiiuayeu uceanoeraphv Department of Tex-

Wonderful Town: Her name .is

fortnight itte w.w. presmen a j A. & M, college here en plans

tial postcard poll tally first weeK:,for the dive if he is able to brine
lto IQ91.4 mriont1- AHlal (7 tier knth.-.nnl,. 41,:. ....

UTariiyn -Sable Clark .. .. Wed .to; cent); Miscellaneous:. Half one .; -.

"VM" "?"7 percent . nave yu k He said that a dive Of 20,000 feet

guim m vvuiiuciiui ; ivwu Willi

Koz Russell and Ldye Adams .

Mrs. Clark was a top model and I NYC. Sien it olus address, please

Jot down if you are switching your

appeared (wit., her groom) in
that click on tour. Plus other
shows-. . Now they have several
kids and pay baby-sitter . So
Marilyn can work as a hat-chick
at Sardi's Hoping to renew
theatrical contacts which, might
light the way-to a stage, screen
or tv gob . SooooT?? 1 ;

' Hottest Scandal" In Town; The
lawyer of teevee personality Bess
(ex-Miss America) Meyerson (she
:. . t .1 .. Ac L.

jtiai wun cuaiuujr ui Jicr unii;
will fling two more actions (in a

few months) involving a $140,000

accounting. She will also sue for

legal eep ; Prince Rainier's re reported
ported reported one-time favorite thrush

your postcard choice? Adlai or int, the ocean depths is possible
Ike? Send .it to WW, Box '711. TWith bis ''Trieste" diving craft.

The 100-ton bathyscaphe is IS

yards long and' has accommoda-
tinna fni tun nflceonOAra .nolad tit

wew xorcmas: rran B cnamoer seven feet in diameter,
new platter, "My Guy! If-I'ii
bombshclluloid, "Written on the In 1953 Piccard and his father.

Wind." About, morals, stenlity.Dr. August Piccard, made a rec

nymphomania. Allegedly the
"true" tale of a tobacco heir's sui
cide . Martha Rountree's
"Press Conference" on Mutual
and NBC-tv . Betty Madigan's

MGM plattei of "Where In the
World" . Jack Laazr (WNEW)
playing Bill Darnell's version of
"Lonely Wine" by Bill Snyder. A

long-time pet song over at thes

ears s "Diamond in me Mcy
by Mary Orr (Mrs. Reginald Den Den-ham).
ham). Den-ham). Her new book has more

ord dive of 10,335 feet in the

"Trieste," : but' the Frnech navy
descended 13,000 feet in 1954 in
another bathyscaphe Jacques Pic Piccard
card Piccard designed' for the present
world record. J
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used to turn the craft during the
descent and lighting is concentrat concentrated
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HERE'S" the flying Scott family, Frank, Thelmar Nick and
Pale. The children's grandmother frequently flies with the
rest in their Beechraft Bonanza.
Colons Air Force

, (Continued from Pace THREE)

men to enter the Air Force Ac a

damy. One of his students now at

the Academy is Larry Cotton.

Sometimes there are as many as
, 18 students working for their pilots
licenses. There are two airplane

clubs on the Atlantic bide and both
are very active.' ; .!.

Youngtfellows from- the Pacific

Diue iiKe jonn aievens -ana ixe
Cotton are taking flight traning at
Colon. 'Jay Clemons was 'almost
through the course when he had to
. leave for school in the US. as Scots
charterptane, a four-plate- Bech-
.craft Bonanza. f ,. irvW-i'-'v
Two local lresidents, Tom tiles
and Bill Brooks, own an amphi amphibian
bian amphibian which they flew down" from
Miami in easy stages. Its ability

to take off or land either on water
r land makes it extreme'' useful1
as a survey plane, but its owners'

use it just for fun. ; f ; j
There's1 a -tow wing monoplane1
. owned by a Canal Zone' pilot. He
must figure he. wants to navigate
aloft as well as through the channel
of the Panama Canal. He wasn't'
there when I visited the. airport so
I didn't get his picture.1
. Taking off over the water from
Colon airport obviates any danger
of people or buildings beneath.' An
coming in over the water at the
end of the flight is the same. i
Wives and mothers and friends
meet and chat at the airport!

folk are. flying.

But Ike kiddies don't sit and
: chat. Most of them fly -with their

fathers. Little 'tykes two years old
go up into the "blue yonder"? with
pop. and learn about flying early.

Not all the flyers are. young fa fathers
thers fathers or teen-agers,, either! Arthur
Snider who has lots of service as a
chief engineer on a Panama Canal

tug, is a pilot who enjoys iiying
at Colon, and he can fly seaplanes
as well as land planes. t

: Before the- Colon -airports was

built,- there were .a group- of sea

plane pilots who-used the Puerto

Piton-Las Mlnas Bay area for their

iiying. My.
Now they are "all land-based at
Colon Airport. They have founded
.the Colon Pilot's, .association to
further the field's activities.- V V-Most
Most V-Most of these aviators- Contend
that to improve the Colon 'Airport
would enable commercial planes on

established routes to fly directly
to Colon and spur its economic life
especially in relation to the Free
Zone. : "- V ;:--.y ":yv8,
. One thing is certain, the fellows
who fly don't Vant to have to move

anywhere else: Jor it is certainly
convenient to nave' safe airport
right in the heart of town. This fea feature
ture feature would be envied by many
If you' are intreested in havine

a peek at Colon Airport and the

airpiai.e activity tnaf goes on there
drop by any Saturday or Sunday.
Members of the Colon Pilot's
Association are usually 'prejent to
greet yon. Mavbe you can -set a

-hop, if yoU're interested f And. un-

til you have seen Manzanillo Island

irom the. air, you haven t seen


leghorn hen with a hankering for travel rides hobo style style-on
on style-on the axle o( a Los Angeles-bound 15-ton truck. The drivers
arst noticed her at Lookout Mountain, Tenn; where she
refuse to leave her perch. At Memphis, some 350 miles

tanner, tne nen was atill happily clucking away, above. The
ITyjAiP-! myb lu bd me fr'ends among their cargo
of 15,000 frocen frylng-elM chicken.

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O FORMAL APPROVAL was given by the Panama
government this week to an Egyptian plan lor the
formation of a "negotiating body" representing the
different points of view on the use of the 8uez CanaL
In a note replying to Egypt's request for an opinion,
Panama said peaceful means should be used without
delay to solve the following questions: (1) Freedom
and security of navigation through Suez (2) Widen-?
ing and development of Suez to meet future naviga navigational
tional navigational needs, and (3) Establishment of just .and pro-
portionate tolls and freight rates.
' In Colon eight persons four men, four women) were
tailed for from 20 to 40 days each following an at at-emptby
emptby at-emptby followers of defeated presidential candidate
Victor, G6ytia, and the leader of another opposition
laction, Heliodoro Patiflo, trf hold a mass meeting.
Police broke up the attempt to hold the rally, which
had not been previously announced, as provided by
law. Several demonstrators and police were Injured. :
Panama's Institute for Ernnomie Development
, issued a report announcing that non-U.S. citizen
J employes of federal agencies on the Zone spend -;
$12,967,2)g annually for food and clothing sold In ?
I I'anal Zone commissaries. The figure applied to -V
those employes who reside ln the republic. It s
Incided with Gov. William E. Potter's earlier round-1 i
' figure announcement of $12,000,000. -1
The IFE study reported $6,141,300 of the total went
for grocery items and $3,088,718 for refrigerated foods.
Household Items take $730 000 annually, footwear $820
00 and clothing $1,830,000.-
Gasoline and motor oil expenditures came to $357,-
28". . ........ :v..-. 4--..-, ..,...-..,;.(.;.,,
AH of this will be spent in Panama after Dec. 31,
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At the same time It was revealed that food "imports
Into the Republic rose to a record figure of $75,667,641
last year. This was an Increase 6f $3 million over 1954.
Protective tariffs brought about a reduction of 63
per cent in the improtation. of lard, margarine and
powdered milk. Insecticide imports fell in 1955. Ciga Cigarettes
rettes Cigarettes dropped seven per cent.
A government move to encourage construction
by refunding taxes on certain building materials
1 contributed to an Increase of 66 per cent In Im Imports
ports Imports of steel and steel tubing.
Increased importation was also registered In
crude and diesel oils (up 20 per cent), and stoves
f tup" 38 per cent). .. ,.; ...-r yVyyy
Local 900 AFSCME (AFL-CIO) plans to set up a fund
to push legislation in the U.S. Congress for enactment
of a single basic wage scale and for the extension of
the provisions of the Civil Service Retirement Act to
TV .111 .

jiuu-u.o. cuizen worgers oi tne Panama canal or or-;
; or-; ganization. ,; ,;..y y. -i; y ;
Union leader Rufus Lovelady, back from an AFGE
rational congress In Washington, reported that union
willget behind separate legislation to bring the local
non-U.S. citizen overseas group under provisions of
a contributory retirement system paralleling the Civil
Service Retirement Act in most respects. But the union
feels, that to blanket in non-citizen overseas employes
of federal agencies might jeopardize the Act itself,
and cause a reduction in benefits.
AFGE will also press for legislation permitting
union dues to be collected by pay roll deduction; a
move which should be of great help to unions .among
federal employes.
The 35-hour work-week and restoration of the
annual and sick-leave- privileges formerly enjoyed by
armed lorceg employes are other union objectives.
A retired grbup, NARCE,, is pushing legislation' to
Improve the lot of retirees already on the annuity rolls
by as much as 30 per cent per annum. They also hope
to do something for "forgotten" widows women
. who were widowed before 1948 when present survivor survivorship
ship survivorship privileges went into effect.
Seventy-three Canal firefighters graduated from
, the first phase of training for local-raters who will
replace US-rate jobs and enlisted men now essigned
as firemen on the Zone.. .
- JFhe omberos, looking smart in gray trousers blue
shirts, black ties and shoes, received firemen's badges
for their caps from Gov. W. E. Potter
' '.MoJ? than,?22 men applied for the jobs for which
the 73 qualified. After graduation, six new firemen
I'Ut on a demonstration. Gov. Potter welcomed the
-iremen as members of a fine team. Rupert Nichols,
speaking for the Pacific side group, expressed grati gratitude
tude gratitude to those who nlanned the training program for
the thought and effort expended.
rr?hiDr.wlih 8 fun1y tooklngu'rled back "snoot, the
HMNZS Endeavour, stopped in Cristobal and transited
southbound. Her eventual destination, th Antarctic
as one of a British expedition in connection with the
International Geophysical Year. Sir Edmund Hillary

O- ""c. ; i ..,

ZITACUARCVMexicoA 35-year old Mic. was Mdor2

pronounced dead Tuesday alter a severe epileptic c?n.c"":Bt Jnt7XXuZ7Z

ftttirk A wake was held that nleht and Jesus Diran ana urA-fvV. ''T",.T""-

wal buried yesterday afternoon. Last night his moth-. C ass c tc SK track
r wntB -o. Sh rit it "with fftftliriP mv on was afternoon at the President ttemon race tracit.

still alive." She appealed to authorities in me town

crave. When thev didt the suDPOsedly "dead" man

sat up weeping and held out his arms, to his mother.'
He had been buried 14 hours. y

Mexico city Tne Mexican laDor ministry says an r;r"'Z nnnnnt rrnr Panama
average of two-thousand farm workers leave Mexico ..f? rr
every day to harvest crops under contract in the Unit- JS"' !h2n7 f Vart to iS
h .., on,, minkfrcov. an fa- ohnnt -sfift-thnn. but is visiting tils homeland under a contract to tn

ck, A wane was held tnat.nignt ana jesus uiran Al, fnntrol Jneens) Sundav
buried yesterday afternoon. Last night his moth-. C fcJClaslco junta Control de Juego.) Sunday

Th uin was a Kmashinir uDset with Pappa Flynn

sun airve.-' ene appeaiea to autnonues in me town ,.7r ri: .nwminn nne.tWn rnmhi rnmhi-of
of rnmhi-of Zitacuaro. RelucUntly, they agreed to open the retturnln(i w r!?dJ?iff hotter ou?i
Cr,cp when thpv Hirii th BimnnsPdiv "dead" man nation with place horse Paqu ro, anotner outao..r.

that rewarded a. few lucky vicsei noioers per
ducat. ,. .
tanna irivriTi rft thv onlv horse in the ten-horse

classic field that received a sensible ride and profited

ed States. The ministry says so far about 360-thou

san'd of the so-called "braceros" have signed up to go
to the States about 40-thousand fewer than the
1955 total. - .. f
San Juan, Puerto Rico The governor of Puerto Ri Rico
co Rico says his island will pioneer in the use of atomic
energy for peaceful purposes. The statement bv Gov

ernor Luis Munoz Marin referred to an announcement

Panama Government, did the booting aboard the win

ner, y '-,:;" 'V '.-' ;'
Carbonell kept Pappa Flynn In last place far oft
' the siwling pace being set by Polemon and Towtfs
Wall with the entire field closely bunched behind
the leaders, most of them running into Jams and

Three furlongs out Pappa Flynn was given his hfa4

luoi xjuis muuuz maun reicrreu vo an annouueemen zr r ,, j t j v,h (hen
i -w -i... hv fiarhnnell and started to Dass horses as thouea mey

of the Inter-American Conference. Dr. Eisenhower said we Ptanding., Pappa. Flynn furtoer profited on the
the United States -will help the University of Puerto at turn where Polenum tef 7 t,?
Rico in settine un an atomic nower nlant i length, went very wide to lose the lead while the wm wm-.Kico
.Kico wm-.Kico in sewmg up an atomic power plant. , s mcreftsed hl margln, and nnal, came mAn tho
t Washington-Argmtina became the 69th member ttolsh Una three lengths In Iront wlOi Carbonell keep keep-of
of keep-of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund snu h d n the reins.
M-Th. h ,mn- k .u. panuro. which survived repeated interference, gain-

organization at ceremonies In Washington. In a brief td ground on the final bend also and &sUia the
statement following the -ceremonies, the Argentine now faltering Po lemo n for J-.y-JiSJf
ambassador said his country will and we quote --,lld on to toPf.V1' ? 'JSS
"Follow a firm policy of hiternational economic co- Also rans were Mossadeq, Town s WaU, Golazo, CharUe
operation." ... McCarthy. Opulento and Golden Corn H.
v. ..iIov : - The repaired main track racing strip was lightning
Rio de Janeiro-Top Brazilian government officials ft nd a total of five track ree ord were broken,
are trying to head off a threatened national maritime. The first mark was iMn Xht ttod
strike-tomorrow. Some 30-thousand longshoremen are trve racer -2WJj?vJdffi?m
expeeted to walk off their jobs in support of the ma- prions to 1:28 1-5. Next came mUve Naranjazo s l.M
ritime union's demands for higher wages. for five furlongs, which ec ipsed JJtfri-0"-.
. n o - v. the fifth race. In the eighth, Argyla lowered the live.
Santiago, Chile-The Chilean government has pro- furlongs record to 1:01 4:5. Then Pappa Flynn esta esta-claimed
claimed esta-claimed modified martial law in two northern prov- Wished his record or the one-mile-and-Iive-sixteenths,
inces where nitrate field workers rece'ntlv ended a the first time this distance has been run at the-new

threermonth strike. Government officials said the track. Pappa Flynn's 2:11 1-8 is w raw n uiree
state of sleg- order was issued -because of the killing onds better than the 2:14 4-5 Juan FraMO record held
of three workers in a clash with police last Monday, by Fol. The fifth and last record was a sizzling 1.23 3-5.
- o for seven furlongs by Hurling Park.
Buenos Aires A series of brief protest strikes and Jockey Alfredo Vasquez. Just back from a suspen-

Kry posver nas aramatizea one fact to the Argen- sipn tea tne nucrs im u
tine phblic th revolutionary government has fail- - o .A .
ed so far to bring peace between labor and manage- Former lightweight champion Paddy fcMarc,o or
ment. Negotiations are stalled in. the textile, metal, New York has been slapped with an' indefinite sus sus-construction,
construction, sus-construction, electric power, maritime and-cackina pension. v j

nema. ana new contracts nave oeen agreea on only y5"0.; u 1. .im. I
In the lesser fields, covering about 100-thousand work- DeMarco on eharges ;r;


cover manager who had a criminal record. Chairman
Julius Helfand says the commission may decide to
take DeMarco's license away . : .
fhe Commission asked DcMarco to testify on reports
that his manager Is Jimmy Knapp, an alleged booker.
DeMarco insisted he has been his own manager since
the death' of Jimmy Dixon three years ago..
Knapp insisted he hasn't been managing DeMarco
that he is Just a dose friend who promised the lata
Dixon, he -would "look out'.' for Paddy. t
Daring Don' Campbell has broken his own ."world
speedboat record. ?
Campbell, flirting with death on the second of two
runs..boosted the record to 225-point-63 miles per hour.

The Canadian decision to sell the Sabrejets to the ?ntveT$, JU L thIW wu
young Jewish republic was announced In Ottawa by Sll0Ji-1l'atA mark
the Canadian prime minister. He said the KJCnwMttm th.
wa. "treat v influenced" hv th fart. that. vrvr,t. h Raojo messages irom campoeus Biuebira gave tne

- Canada sold 24 Sabrejet fighters to Egypt today...
but the American state department will continue to
keep an Israeli arms request in the pigeonhole.
State Department spokesman Lincoln White told
newsmen in Washington that this country raised no
objection when Canada decided to sell the 24-Sabre-jets
to Israel. ;,- ,. , .
But he also said there Is no change in the United
States attitude toward the Israeli request to buy 60 60-milllon
milllon 60-milllon dollars in arms. The request remains in the

Commercial sh1nn!nr In iv.-. i

is? f;6 sefnd months runn'ns- ThJ total of
6..3 ocean-gmns tolls-payers was only 16 less than
July, and only 23 under August of last year. With gov government
ernment government shipping added, last month's totals came to
's -' 0 ' v :
fir-f e 1ddest iarn" y'd'nnd, friends "'-
Cburcb, from which treasurer Charles' Delanev
had embeled $1U02. over period of six year.
The churrh pleaded for leniency, and rot It -.
-Dclane, went free. Sentence, Moling four year,"
gainst him were suspended rr five ylars in m"
anion he make restitution. i: is drawinr 13801
from his federal retirement fond.
Zone police, caught a San lias Indian who managed
: ', LiJ.

received fighters and bombers from the Communist
In Jerusalem, the Israeli foreign ministry predicted
that the sale will increase the chances of peace,,, by
discouraging aggression.
But the Egyptian ambassador to Canada says the
sale is "adding fuel to an already inflamed situatibn."
Princess Margaret has flown mto Africa.. V very
possibly to get her mind off a certain man.
The Princess is in Nigeria tonight. Tomorrow she
will fly onto Kenya. . and will spend the next month
touring Britain's East African territories. -: ....
- Court circles say the Royal family is trying to give
her as many new sights and interests as possible.:,
to help her heal the heartbreak over her broken
romance with Grouo Captain Petef Townsend.
The plane the Princess took wa$ carefully rerouted
to avoid going over Arab lands. Instead of flying over
Egynt and the Suez... Margaret flew from Gibraltar
to Kano, Nigeria. .,- ,j .,. ;;,:;
to escape from the Gamboa penitentiary after report-,
lng for early morning duty with the kitchen gang. Er Ernesto,
nesto, Ernesto, Gonzalez, 22. servlne three sentences for bur burglary,
glary, burglary, lust took off over the fence surroundiner the

T pen. Cops found Rim, next day, nearby.,

Twomore cases of polio In Puerto Armuelles and
one In the capital city were added to this summer's
outbreak. On the Canal, Zone, Salk shots were made
available to dependents up to 14 years of age of em-

pjuyes living tn z,one.

shore crew some anxious moments on the second run,
Campbell could be heard saying ''m taking a beat beating
ing beating I don't know what's happening."
Campbell was half-unconscious when taken from
the boat after the second run. Later, he explained that
fumes escaped into the cockpit after the Bluebird hit
a wave one-quarter of a mile from the end.
The icy-nerved Brltoln had intended using the two
runs as practice passes.
The electronic brab may be a handy substitute for
man, but it can't pick baseball winners. And it's posi positively
tively positively no substitute for a good sports reporter.
Back in April, a $250000 gadget called the "data "data-tron"
tron" "data-tron" whirled an overdose of statistics around and a a-warded
warded a-warded the American League pennant to the Detroit
Timers. ,y, .'
United Press sports editor Leo H. Petersen came
back from spring training with his staff about the
same time. They sat down for a whirl With their own
man-type brains and came up with eight separate
and independent-prognostications : r the New York
Yankees, every one. t ..-.......
The Yankees, picked to finish in third place by the
electronic Wizard, clinched the pennant Tuesday nl'jht.
Detroit now is in fifth place -16 games behind the Yan

fcees. '.-'.y .y;. '.yy.
Parry O'Brien of Los Angeles, probably Amer-
tea's most certain bet for a gold medal at the 1956
Olympic, bettered his official world shotput mark

feet, 5 Inchfdr He bettered his listed record of 60
feet. It inches but was hort of the 62-foot, 6-inch
i effort he posted Sept. 3 at Eueene., Ore.

At Budapest Sunday, Sandor Rosznyoi jt Hungary

Two big events are approaching Tomorrow Pana- brolte th official world standard for the 3000-meter
ma's new $800,000 legislative palace and plaza are steeplechase v,tn a time of eight minutes, 35.6 sec sec-scheduled
scheduled sec-scheduled for dedication. They were designed by r- onds. He bettered the listed mark of 8:40.2 set by Jerzy
chitect Ernesto de la Guardia, III, whose father, "Er- Chromik of Poland in 1955 and the 8:39.8 clocking pro pro-nfstito,'
nfstito,' pro-nfstito,' and grandfather "Don Neco," will doubtless duced Yj Russia's Simon Ruhiszhln Jost month at

pc un iianu jor me occasion.

On Saturday, they'll gather again when pre-lnau-'
gural ceremonies for the asumption Of the presidency
by Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr., get under way. Inaugu

ration is Oct. I. This week the president-elect, ac

Three word records were bettered during weekend
track and field competition around the globe,
jr In other Sunday meet at Sydney, Betty Guthbcrg, 18,
bettered the women's 200-meter dash record of 23.4
seconds set by hef Australian countrywoman Marjorle

companled by Mrs. de la Guardia and a party of about Jackson, during the 1952 Olympic. Miss Cuthbert was
six, made a brief trip to Haiti. . timed -In 23.2.
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