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Alumni Tea Set OBITUARY STILL Wm TO ENTERS AMD WINS Port II OCTOBER 20. 1954 1925 Vermont Satur Masonic Rites Set. Today for Everett James PLUS FIVE NEW AUTOMOBILES Masonic funeral services for Everett L. James, 54, a lead- ing figure In the surgical up- P'y field- wl11 be conducted at 3:30 p.m. today in the Wee IT Kirk o' the Heather, Forest Lawn Memorial-Park, with in-12 termsnt following at Forest Lawn.

Mr. James, who died at Good Samaritan Hospital Sun-Xi. day, lived at 2451 Lanterman Terrace. He was president of 11 the Beverly Hills Surgical Supply regional director the American Surgical Itif. Trade Association, past presi-dent of the Miracle Mile Ex-u change Club and past dent of the California Surgical tV Credit Association.

Active In Masonry He was a member of Utopia Lodge 537, Commandery 9, Knights Templar; Signet Chapter 57, Royal Arch Beverly Hills Shrine Club and Al Malaikah Temple. He was born In Pendleton, "FUN FOR ALL" CONTEST HERE'S HOW TO GO ABOUT WINNING You must get started at once if you want to win part of the $25,000.00 in cash plus 5 new cars offered in the Times-Mirror "FUN FOR All" Contest Game. This is YOUR contest, limited to residents of los Angeles, Southern California and the immediate adjacent area. Why not mail the Entry Blank Coupon todav for the Rules, all 30 puzzles of the contest, complete prize list and other helpful information and you will be on the right road to win that big $15,000.00 cash first prize plus your choice of one of the new 1955 cars or any of the 150 prizes offered. Study the Sample Puzzle and Explanation below.

Then see if you can solve today's Puzzle No. 21. This puzzle is typical of all of the puzzles of the Contest. If you can come up with the Jackpot Score for this puzzle, by all means mail the Entry Blank Coupon today and try for your share of the fabulous prizes offered in this great contest. Remember, you must ENTER if you want to WIN.

If you mail the coupon today you will receive the same helpful information that has been mailed to all of the other readers and you will have an equal chance to win. Your opportunity to win will be just as great as if you had sent in the coupon the very fust day the contest was announced. Don't put it off any longer if you navt not already entered. Each day during the Contest (from Monday through Saturday) the los Angeles Times and Mirror will publish a new puzzle in the "FUN FOR ALL" Contest. To solve each puzzle, first identify the objects pictured by selecting the correct name for each object from the list below the puzzle.

Then place those names into the diagram of squares so that they intersect or join at right angles on a common letter and add up to the Jackpot Score or as close to it as possible. Letters placed in WHITE squares are worth 1 point in GRAY squares 5 points. Don't be con cerned if your daily puzzles look untidy or contain erasures. The aim is to hit the Jackpot Score. Sine tha Jackpot Score is vour goal, naturally the closer you come to it, the better.

Be sure to pick the correct name for each object, because you will be counted 10 points further away from the Jackpot Score for each object incorrectly identified. and. lived here for 20 years and was active in trie surgical supply field for 25 years. Mr, James leaves his widow, J'' Mrs. Annabelle James; his mother, Mrs.

Lydia James of Pendleton; a son, Kenneth James, a brother and a sister. $25,000 Asked Wb Worked Out a SAMPLE PUZZLE for YOU Read Explanation Carefully JACKPOT SCORE 17 First we look at the objects pictured at the top of the puzzle. Then from the list below the puzzle we select the in Shooting day. He leaves hl widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Helpling; a sister, Frances Eden, and two grandchildren.

Samuel C. Harvey Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 2 p.m. at graveside in Forest Lawn Memorial-Park for Samuel C. Harvey, 80, of 1555 St. Andrews St.

He died Monday of a heart attack at the home of his daughter, Mrs. George Morris, in Bowling Green, O. He also leaves his widow, Mrs. Florence N. Harvey; a sister, Mrs.

John D. Todd of Kansas City, and five grandchildren. He had lived in Los Angeles for 30 years and was in the real estate and insurance business. He was a member of the Masons, the Elks and the Knights Templar. Mrs.

Harvey re quests that no flowers be sent. Miss Bertrice N. Baxter Funeral services for Miss Bertrice Nancy Baxter, 52 principal of Palms Junior High School, will be conduct ed at 2 p.m. today at the Simond's Mortuary in River side. She lived at 4204H Deg- nan Blvd.

and died Sunday. Mrs. Baxter joined the city school system in 1929 and was appointed principal at Palms in 1929. She leaves a sister, Mrs. Ef fie Houston, and a brother, Lloyd Baxter, both of Riverside.

Frank C.Lloyd Funeral services for Frank Croskill Lloyd, 66, San Fer nando Valley real estate bro ker, will be conducted at p.m. today in Forest Lawn Memorial-Park's Little Church of the Flowers, with arrangements by Forest Lawn Mortuary. He died Friday at his home, 6040 Cold-water Canyon, North Holly wood. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Dons H.

Lloyd, and a son, John W. Lloyd, of Sun Valley. Louis L. Ortega Felix L. Ortega Double Reauiem Mass for Louis L.

Ortega, 78, and his son, Felix L. Ortega, 41, will be celebrated todav at 9 a.m in St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church with Pierce Bros. Van Nuys Mortuary charge Louis Orteea was born in Ari zona and had been a resident of California most of life He died in his home, 14727 Delano Van Nuvs. Sundav His son.

of 14917 Delano St. was killed later the same day in an automobile accident at San Jose. The father leaves four daughters. Lucv Jurado Hortensia Bcautista, Virginia Moreno and Lome Sanchez and three sons. Bert.

Frank and Raymond Ortega. In ad dition to his brothers and sis ters. Felix Ortega leaves his widow. Mrs. Marv Ortesa.

In terment will be in Holy Cross cemetery. Pfc. James E. Abraham Funeral services for Pfc James Evan Abraham, 24, who died l1 ndav of ooliomvelitis at the Armv HosDital in Ft. Mc- ueiian, will be conducted at 3 p.m.

today by Forest Lawn Mortuarv in the Church of the Recessional followed by interment at Forest Lawn Memorial-Park. Mr. Abraham was a 1953 eraduate of the University of California at uerKeiey. He was the son of Arthur W. Abraham, chief de velopment engineer for the Richfield Oil Corp.

Besides his father he leaves his moth er, Mrs. Mabel J. Abraham. Damages of $25,000 over a shooting affray were demand-v ed yesterday in a suit filed in Superior Court by Edward C. Miller, 57, moving contractor, against Raymond S.

Farley, 45, house painter. 1, Miller complained that he suffered three bullet wounds last Aug. 4 just outside of Far- lev's home. 351 Coll is Rev. F.

S. Gallup Sr. Masonic services for the Rev. Frederick S. Gallup o4, retired Baptist clergyman, will be conducted today at 1 p.m.

in Pierce Bros. Monterey Park Chapel, followed by inurnment in the Chapel of the Pines. Mr. Gallup died in his home, 87Q2 Elba Pico, Sunday. He received his education at Brown Uni versity and his theological degree at Newton Theological Seminary in Newton, Mass.

He was a member of Pet- worth Lodge 47, of Washington, D.C.; a Royal Arch Mason, Unity Chapter 116. Glendale; Knights Tem plar 53 of Glendale, and Al Malaikah Shrine. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Edna F. Gal lup; a daughter, Mrs.

Doro thy E. Thompson, and a son, Frederick S. Gallup Jr. Alfred C. Phillips Funeral services for Alfred Phillips, 67, retired build ing contractor, will be conducted today at 3 p.m.

at Utter-McKinley's Beaver In-glewood Chapel. Interment will follow at Inglewood Park Cemetery. Mr. Phillips, who lived at 518 Queen in glewood, died Saturday. He leaves his widow Edna four daughters, Mamie Yates, Mary Eason, Virginia Vaughan and Pauline Shee-han; three sons, Marshal, Ace and W.

Don Phillips; two brothers, 2 sisters, 12 grandchildren and two great-grand children. Dr. James D. Haygood Private funeral services are pending at Gates, Kingsley Gates Mortuary in Santa Monica for Dr. James Douglas Haygood, 55, psycholo gist, who died Sunday following a heart attack.

Interment will follow at Inglewood Park Cemetery. He lived at 9655 Yoakum Drive, West Los Angeles and formerly taught at Los Angeles State College. In 1953 he was nam ed a diplomate of the American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology. He was graduated from the Uni versity of Alabama, and studied at the University of Chicago and the University of Pans. A veteran of World War in World War II he served as a divisional director for the War Manpower Commission.

He leaves his widow, Amelia, and four sons, William, James, John and Robert. Gustave E. Anderson Funeral services for Gus tave E. Anderson, 77, retired assistant bank manager, will be conducted by Pierce Bros. Los Angeles Mortuary today at 9:30 a.m.

in the Wee Kirk o' the Heather, followed by interment in Forest Lawn Memorial-Park. Mr. Anderson died Friday in his home, 12923 Wilshire Drive, Whlt- tier. He leaves a son, Harold A. Anderson, and a grand daughter, Christine Anderson.

Mrs. Rossa Dell Huston Funeral services for Mrs Rossa Dell Huston, portrait artist and composer who died Monday, will be conducted to day at 11 a.m. atUtter-McKin-ley's Beaver Inglewood Chap el. Interment will follow at Inglewood Park Cemetery, Mrs. Huston, 90, lived at 87 112th Ave.

She leaves a daughter, Velma Esther Boon; two sons, Arthur Ray and Homer O. Huston; two stepsons, Earl E. and Harry H. Huston, and two greatgrandchildren. Osmond T.

Helpling Requiem Mass for Osmond T. Helpling, 79, retired trans portation engineer of the Port of San Diego, will be celebrated today at 9 a.m. in Our Mother of Good Counsel Catholic Church, with Pierce Bros. Hollywood Mortuary in charge of arrangements. Mr.

Helpling died in his home, Doctor Discovers 100 Relief for Acid Indigestion! Amitone five you 100 rtliif from acid indigestion and th hoartburn, gaa, or sour stomach it cause. Acta aster, fceept stomach at th good health level longer. Nothing give 100 relief like this pleasant tasting tablet! Get bandy pocket tin of 24-43. Amitone 100X lelitf fee Acl MitstDeal AND WITHOUT SOILING CLOTHES! name for each object pictured in this case JAR and BAT. Our next Is to place the letters of each word in the diagram of squares, crossing or joining them at right angles on a common letter, just as in a crossword puzzle.

Of each word must read from top to bottom or from left to right i one letter to each blank square, in proper sequence and without skipping any squares. In this Sample Puzzle, the common letter Is Our aim is to fit the letters of each word into the diagram of squares so as to hit the Jackpot or get as close as we can. In. this Sample Puzzle the Jackpot score is 17. The way we reach this score Is as follows: In this puzzle each letter Is worth 1 point when placed in a WHITE square, and the letters that fall Into GRAY squares are worth 5 points.

Let's take Example 1 below. There, only one letter fell Into a GRAY square. The four other letters plus one GRAY letter netted us 9 points. Thus we missed by 8 points. In Example 1, however, we hit 17, the "Jackpot" score! Here, two letters fell in the WHITE squares and three letters in GRAY squares, giving us three 5-point letters and two 1 -point letters.

Catch on? (Each square counts only once even where you have filled In a letter that Is the joining letter for both a horizontal and vertical word.) Note: It doesn't matter which word you fill in horizontally or vertically so long as they link up properly and give you the Jackpot Score or as close to that score as possible. The Los Angeles alumni chapter of George Washing ton University will hold a tea Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. at the home of Mary Robertson, 1528 Ard Evin Glendale, in Jionor of Dr. Cloyd Heck Marvin, president of the university, Your daily eye bath It ii Impsrtmt tt your will biit it yiur duly toath-acrubbinfl ft reach for EV0LO the Jtexoff fye letren You mW net wok eaeii amino, to Una" "Depoiils" in Hi corners your syei. TK1 (i sign ef miner irritation teiultini from 'ally thjtr, imoo, eye fatigue.

A bottle of tyel in your sieditln eabinot will aid you in loop, lug your oyoi (loan ei daily bruihing koopt your tooth. Hill lnt lit Clio (ADVPKTIBKMKNT) "I Quit 80 Units Insulin Daily 4 Years Now," Say Lawrence Avals, farmer of Box 83, Piru, California. It hat been 4 yean line I ntopped taking; 80 units of insulin daily, and I have not had to take any insu lin since. My weight is good, am working hard and feel fine. For 9 years I had to take 2 shots of insulin every day.

Then in 1948 I heard about Or. Winsr and decided to visit him. Three months later I was able to stop his treatments and I have been fine ever since. Anyone sincerely i interested may address me fur-j ther and I will be glad to explain the benefits I have received! (Signed) Lawrence Ayala. Wing, D.C., L.A.

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Pick Carrsct Obisci ManlificatiM from Salswi CUP PUMP BAT JAR PIN POLE 1 I I Ipe .1 "IB iTnr i i i i i Ex-Judge Helmick Dies Here at 66 Milton J. Helmick, 66, for- mer judge of the U.S. Court I for China from 1934 to 1944, 2 Scor Exompla 1 Miswd by I points Esampl Hit Jackpot died in his home yesterday at 432 Curson Ave. He leaves his widow, Mrs. dred Helmick.

Funeral ar rangements are to be an- SEND FOB ALL 30 PUZZLES RULES AND DETAILS TODAY! Don't wait get all 30 puzzles, Rules, complete Prize List and other help ful information NOW. Al though all of the official tizzies will appear in the imes each day -you must mail the "ENfRY BLANK COUPON" below to get the Rules, to be officially entered as a contestant end qualified to win prize. Just mail the coupon below and everything you need to know will be on the way. In order to win the big $15,000.00 cash plus a new car, which is the first prize, you must MAKE UP YOUR MIND YOU ARE GOING TO ENTER AND WIN. NEATNESS DOES NOT COUNT It will not help anybody the Ieasf bit to send in fancy or specially decorated answers.

This is not a contest for artists as it is a contest for everybody. In this contest all you have to do is identify the objects and come up with the Jackpot Score in accordance with the rules and instructions. TIMES aTA A tt nounced by Forest Lawn Puzzle No. 21 PAY NO MONEY COLLECT NO MONEY JACKPOT SCORE 16 I Ulttri placed in WHITE squarsi count 1 point-In CRAY iquarti points l50 CASH PRIZES 1st Prixe PUS Your choic ef a 195S Oldsmobil 88, Mercury, Ford V8, Chevrolet, Plymouth 2-Door 1 Ft 2nd Prize $3,500.00 If PLUS Your choic of en of th remaining A I If 3rd P4rlze $1,000.00 I 'ff PLUS Your choice of one of the remaining I 4th Prize $750.00 f-4 PLUS Your choice of one ef Hi remaining Y'l 5th Prize $500.00 VY7 PLUS Th remaining car I AND 145 ADDITIONAL LIBERAL AWARDS' Memorial-Park. Carroll M.

Will Services Arranged Funeral services will be Conducted at 2 p.m. today at Pierce Bros. Mortuary in Beverly Hills for Carroll M. Will, 52, who died last Saturday at his home, 2130 Overland West Los Angeles. Mr.

Will, who had lived in Southern California for more than 15 years, was western representative for a dentifrice manufacturing company. He was widely known in Beverly Hills, where he was a member of Masonic Lodge 528. Fellow members will officiate at the funeral. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Fern Will; two sons, James of New York and John of West Los Angeles, and one grandson.

A native of Sparta, he came here from Minneapolis. Rites Planned for Mrs. Una Kaser Funeral services for Mrs. Lina Kaser, 79, a resident of Los Angeles since 1900, will be conducted tomorrow at 3 p.m. in Grace Chapel, Ingle-wood Park Cemetery.

Mrs. Kaser died Monday in Laurel Sanitarium, Glendale, follow- a stroke. Widow of Alfred a pioneer Southland 'dairyman, she leaves a son, Albert Kaser; a daughter, Mrs. Pierre Condit, and five i Now! Amazing PAZO REDUCES PILES' WITHOUT SURGERY For amasing relief from Pazo. ADVERTISEMENT Announce New Way to Relieve Pain of Arthritis and Rheumatism Without Pills! Greaseless, odorleaa cream penetrates deep speeds up flow of fresh, rich blood into ore areas actually helps drive awar palatalising congestion and pressure.

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