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FOR SALE
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TORALE:Mohogony dropltf dm-
kigroom tobh ond electric manfi*,
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LOURDES PHABMACT
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FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No. 3 Lotter.v Plan
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
Feurth of July Aw.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
H Strte No. S7
Afeacla Internal, de Publicaciones
U Central Avt.
FARMACIA LUX
Parqua Ulmt T Strott
LEWIS SEBVICE
1 Central Aw.
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
Hi Central Ave
FARMACIA TAN-DER-DUS
o street No. n
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
_jlJpLjyJ Ow Aw. No. 41
NOVEDADES ATHIS
Via Sapafu No. 34
t FOR SALI:Wgidolre 25-cyce, 5-
- foot, open unit $<55; wooden desk Cr
stool $10; domes homper. metol.
v. block with flora W.50; bed. metal
frame, cotton mottress & pillow
, S22-50," tabla, arnoU. wooden. 4
Choir* $2 ea5*0. Coll Bolboa
4425 before yj, _________
FOR SALE: H""Po5nt trhhwealyarJ
completely automatic; ABC Om*t
FOR SALE
Auiorowbilee
FOR SALE: Bergpip. ,1938 Pontioc
Coupe, 6-cy I.. A-l condition. T.A.T.
31. Automobile Row.
FOR SALE:1941 Brick 4-dcor M.
don, engine, tiro* good condition,
duty paid $225 cosh. Call Bolboo
2-4348.
FOR SALE: Cheap. '47 Mercury,
perfect condition. Firtt $350. Tel-
ephone Navy 3079. W. H. Robin-
son. 2543-C. Cocoli.
fafe SALE: 1950 CHdsmobile "6,
' Hydromotic. rodio. extras. Good
MISCELLANEOUS
NURMRY SCHOOL open all summer.
Transportation available Arbrook,
Ancon or Bella Visto. Coll Bolboo
1334.
FOR SALE
MiaedkuMous

woshing-machine; Kanrndce clothe condition. Last ehonce $850. 819X-
drier; Vfastingiious electric-roost- a. Crotn Street, Balboa. 2-2688
lJf'^X^^ 'o!jTlAuT=r7953"7o7d>^r^-
tMfa^^dTc; ** ?* ^tion, n.000
OthhelkaaniaeelUnaxHis items. TeiW
* rrwheg^cWsMoroom S H952 Ford Fordor 2-ton.
-Ual.tohla. ?u*B,rtr '2.000 miles. Price
miles,
coli.
Price $1595. 2531-0. Co-
Vopleof foblc,
kens*, portitloiv
..-knock shelves, boby crib
tess^Phone 4-549 Or 2-
M 195^2531-0. Cocoli.
:.1951 Buick Super. Dy-
noflow, excellent condition, rodio &
all extraa^CoH furundu 83-3240.
Con be seen at 660-8. Curundu
_ Heiphta.
FOR LE:'95?.Ford Tudor "6."
excellent. Tel. Balboa 2-2189.
FOK SAlfc 'RCA radio, 25-cycle
.$25; Stcrkllne crib w/mttress
$20, studio couch w/qSte/ .$20/ 2
kitchen choirj $3,'""pit ormthoir
$2.50, fou.r#*ier..eV*bW bed */
Brings & mottre*435- Ctayton
87-3104
f^W SALE:AditartaM bab*crib*}*
mottres5; dark 'nsohonqriy bedroom;^ "~ ,.1-----;?J!-1J..-------
* set. Includmg dflubVbed. springs.Wf^I^C^TifE^'0"
f Wftress; c^-wPeVowar 6 niphfl *' S"** tr"T"ion- ,n
tabla Coll. IJrdftuoy No. 18. Tefe,. Peet coridirkm. Goroge il.os. op-
phone 3-2765.
WANTED
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Automobile
FOR SAI
FOR SALE
Rea|E-.tatt>
an the "Trons-rstri -
-.pVCotlvO. Phone
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LE* fecesttrrt 'lo^M&je Le-
t Street, 20x50 meters,
, at rear boiMary. AAoke
docker, 0766-L Wil-
^.g^TtlopHortt
'Ve*W- Ipts. 12.000
->.-faMn. e^h 62-
ittt Ltono Grande.
Rio Anton forming redr boundary.
Situated and priced for profitable
ubdividing. Make offer. Jack Rock-
i or, 0766-L Williamson Ptoee. Bol-
( boo. Talapfione Bolboa 4421, after
Jg:0ftjMfc .'
Wt If^rW Stmshfng ClfW-SK Pew
'.burg,* WoridoROtiremont sSom
WSOO. |Jso splendiej volues in m-
pjme praghrtg. Contort TrOy Howe.
tocioted"with A. F. White. Realtor,
195 9|h St. N, TeL 7-0344.
POS JALir-ri-bedroom. residence in
Got* Height. Tel. 3-1565. Panamo.
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posite Roosevelt Howfe-
FOR SALE
Motorpyek
FOR SAL.-^-Cushmor motor scooter.
good ruvWiconditfon( >ranV spore
pans. House 8469. MorgortM.
FOR SALE:AIRPLANE: One-elohth
share in flying club that owns Lus-
combe 8-t plus numerous spare
parts ond other assets. Plan* has
complete instruments ond twe-woy
radio. Less than six months since
complete overhaul on engine and
oirframe. Price per shore $350.
Write Box 3602, Balboa, to orronpe
for inspection.
RESORTS
Gramlich Santo Cloro Beach eottoges
Electric refrigeration, go stoves.
Moderate rotes. Phone 6-441 or
4-567.
Santo
MMiga. Ocaeneide eottoges.
Cloro, Box 435. Bolboo.
3.1S77. Cristobal 3-1673.
Bolboa. Phone
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mil* post
Santa Clara. Low rotos. No reserva-
tion necessary.
FOR RENT
Hoi
FOR RENT:Chalet: 4 bedrooms, liv-
ingroom. diningroom, kitchen, ga-
rage & Urge yortt $135.00. 52nd
couch and choir; plastic .yh^.^l ^ buiR^ ^cdhstructlon.
$35; refrigerator 7-eu. ft., washer |f"OR RENT-Cholet (3 bedrooms. 2
COMMERCIAL*
PROFESSIONAL
$1 10; tabs and 4 chairs, light oak
$20; camero Argus C4 cose, flosh
ond por tro lenses $55; canoe 16-
f t. old town soil and outrigger $50;
louver redwood up ond down or
duplex $40. 233-B, Lomo Blcnco
Ploce. Gotun. Saturday & Sundoy.
'OR SALEi Cemento stock, 115
shores. Write best offer to Box 185
Bolboa Hts. Phone Bolboa 4474,
FOR SALE: Bolex 16mm camera
with the jwst'3 lensesi used, in
very good cpnd.i.on t $200. POR-
RAS, Plato 5 de Moyo, Ponomi.
F0RSA^:-Ughr giant, 2000-wott.
28-32 valtl; ?-\heel trailer; type-
writer. House \2489-A Morgn Aye.
WANTED
Houses
bathrooau, maid* room-, goroge,
livingrgom, diningroom, porch I in
Bella VIto. Mr. Mender, Phone 2-
2260 o; STsg Stroet No. 34.
FOR RENT: -~! In 1st Strew; "Los
Cumbres." eholet: 2 big bedrooms,
maid' room, 2 completo sanitary
services, porch and terrace, hot wa-
ter and telephone. Calf 2284, Lb
Cumbre; 2-0882. Panama.
FOR RENT:Vocation quarter: 3-
bedroom cottage. June I8th-Sept.
18th. Will rent to one family or 2
couple without children. Tel. 6-
43a House 159, Williamson Aw.,
Gamboa. C.Z.
Position Offered
WANTED: Qualified oircraft rodio
mechonlci Apply by letter, address-
ed to Monoger, Box 221, Pen-
me. R.Pi
WArmB:MssMANfNT POSITION
AVAILABLE FOR IXPMIINCID
SICRtTARY COMFIT INT IN
TAKING DICTATION IN ING-
USH. MUST M PANAMANIAN
APW.V IN PIRSON AT ISSO
STANDARD OIL, CALL! Q FINAL.
WANTED
MistsellaneofM
WANTED:Trailer, four-whel, suit-
able for making boor trailer. Must
.. be reasonable. Writ* Box 359,fort
Kobbe.
,000 Zone School Kids ^^^^tw"e'^SK
I a! u r> i r \/ CorozotWerfc
AH Ready For Vacation
WANTED: Vocotion quarters until
July I5lh. Couple, no children.
Phone 7:00 to 9:00 o m. 6-552.
FOR RENT: To American couple
without children, smoll furnished
eholet. "0" Street No, 5, Porque
Lefevre.
^TOT AND RAINPROOF
AT LOW COST
with
SNOWCEM
[PotfwJfteatlerawef Ceattaa
uSEwZLh ^therproofa. pro
nd lmprgves their appear-
?-i VI? n^rnaUy. on con-
SnrtinJ^ 8tonB or cement
rcnderlnc, Snowcem does not
fn^laJSJ1**' o- C*t*nW
Whitt. cream, yellow, olnlc,
iep crean; sllver-erev. huff
SSSSS*' ATk #* b,ue ">d
orange.
CftO.F.NOVEY,INC
Central Avenste t7
Tel. 3->144
CWROPkAOORS
as mJ+mii ?*
** '* *'mi Tat l.isaa
fl bfoek (rem La. ThStrT,"'
Apparel Business
Rises 6 Per Cent
CHICAGO (UP) The re-
appearance o two-pants suits and
the iacrejuotJ popularity of, aporta
"rt* ?a^.businessman helped
the apparel industry Increase it
business six per cent in 19S3, ac-
cording to the JAM yearbook of the
American People Encyclopedia.
The use of colorful contrasting
combination for business wear be-
came widespread, influencing the
large aaie of sports shirts, the ar-
ticle said. More than 11.000,000
such shirts were sold In 1B53 com
pared to 8,000,000 in 1962.
In the field of women's apparel,
sweaters and Jerseys recorded
steady increases in production and
sales during 1953. Women's and
gui's underwear and nightwear
sales were estimated at a two per
cet increase over the 1952 mark.
Pacific Society...
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al dinner glen at their home for
members of their daughter's wed-
ding party. Those attending in-
cluded Miss Diana Lee Fergunson,
Airman 2-C Loran B. McMasert,
Mrs. Helen Mechllng, Reverend
and Mrs. H. T. Bernthal, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Fay, Mr. and Mrs.
Anthony Thalman, Miss Helen
Varner, Mr. Don Dahl and Miss
Beth Ann Lyons.
Miss Kasn Honored
At Kitchen Shower AMIABLE CHAT Albert* Rose (left) well-known
>iss Hercilia Kim, whose mir painter, whose reproductions of El Greco's work Is being exhlblt-
".2, A,,bert0As>'n WI" ** l *!>** "torium of the Bilbo. YJtf.CA.. b eif ehVuiL
cmnUed June JT was the guest, with Got. md Mrs. John 8. Seybold shertlj after fl
of honor at a kitchen shower giv QfHcUlly opened the exhiMtloa MMilbiiM
en Thursday evening hy Mrs. 'i
Charles Brown and Mrs. Margaret
Schrelner at the Schreiner resi-
dence in Cocoli.
Guests Included Mrs. Alexander
P. Lim. Jr., Miss Batty Kam, Mis.s
Virginia Kam, Mrs. Rodolfo de
Leon, Mrs. Iva Standefer, Mrs.
James Scott, Mrs. Joseph Orvis.
Mrs. Phoebe Hughes, Mrs. Arthur
U'Donnell, Mrs. PhilKppe Cooper,
Mrs. Norton Stephenson, M r s
Julius Rouse, Mrs. William Sines,
and Mrs. Carol Coleman.
Retiring Elevator Operator
Wasn't Very Talkative Man
Farewell Affairs
For Cipt. And Mrs. Cameron
, Durirm the 20 yeirs thht he
has operated the elevator in the
Administration Building at Bal-
boa Heights, Benjamin Allen
haan't said much to his passen-
FOR RENT:Completely furnished 2-
bedroom chalet in residential sec-
tion. Call Panama 2-0434 or 3-
4207.
Local Coast Guard
Officer Leaves
For Miami, Fla.
_Nyy CPt Clifford ft. McUan,
Coast Guard Officer at tin 15th
thV"2y-,t ***>**** *&
Irtbmui todgy for Miami, Fla.,
board the CO ahln, Papaw. H*
fill be accompanied by Mrs
MacLean and their son David.
He ha been ordered to duty
u commanding officer of the
CG-lce-breaker, Mackinaw.
While on the Isthmus, Mac-
Lean was active In the Panama-
Canal Zone chapter of the So-
ciety for the Preservation and
Encouragement of Barber Shop
Quartet Singing In America. He
a member of the Jungle-
laeatlon daya will be here a-'ed Supervisor of Spanish to take I'
for mor than 6,000 Canal charge of the development
j school children next week i the conversion program.
Iwhen they make their last ap-1 For the first time In the hU-
'ranee in their respective tory of the Balboa High School,
,9ms Wednesday at 1 o the school band moved into its
and receive their report;own building. This occurred
3 Separate Lots
Of Surplus
Three separate invlUtlong to
bid on foreign excess personal
property were extended today by
CoeoialOP'rtlt DUp0Mj oi" FOR RENT:Voootion quorters, Co-
coli. Phone 2-1329.
FOR RENTslovery 3-bedroom ehol-
et, 2 kitchens. Suitable for 2 cou-
ples. 120 Via Porro, Son Francis-
co. Apply house In nor.
FOR RENT
Apgjrimemta
FOR RENT;2 ond 4-room modem
oBortments. Contact ALHAMBRA
APARTMENTS, lOth Street. Tele-
phone 1386. Colon.
ATTINTION
B. L Jtaw bulll modern
oportmofrt, enc, two
hat. M woter. Tel-
ephone Penme 3-4941.
A series of farewell parties have Rers and to sonv he has appear-
?**P iven 1P._ho.nor ? c.apt. Tied somewhat taciturn but when
TRANSPORTES
BAXTER, S.A.
raekera, Shippers. Movers
F. 8. KUDESHEIM
Taller Transportes Baxter
VALERIO TUnON
Expert Mechanic in Ultra-
matte and Hydramatlc Trans-
mission offers his professlona'
aervlcaa.
Repairs. tartaUatlon of gu
atotes. water heaters, ate.
SIDNET MORRELL.
General SupervlaoT.
Teat,: 2-25*1 2-2451
ALL WORK GUAJSJUTTEBD.
years, myway. he got a MUa
tired of the constant Journey
from the basement to the third
floor and back but most of the
time he has enjoyed the work
of transporting Canal employes
up and down In the slow, old
S. C rmeron. U.S.N.. and Mrs. Ca-'he retired; from servce'fhe oth" cage and it has given hni an op-
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
for o couple without children. Tel.
3-1405.
FOR RENT: Independent furnished
two-bedroom apartment. Via Porras
No. 46.
FOR RENT:Two-bedroom, two-bath
apartment, hot water, maid's room,
goroge. Corner "L" b "B" Streets,
El Cangrejo, neor Hotel El Panamo.
Calf 2-3486 office hours, Sunday
2-5503.
last official school day
yesterdsy as the eventful
school year came to a
irrvncement exercises witl
J Mondsy night for the 50
it* of. the La Boca Branch
Canal Zone Junior Col-
llegr^Apd Tuesday night on both
rf the Isthmus for the 215
jatlng from the
"aU Cristobal High
Commencement for the
tudeots of the Canal Zone
College will be heltTTnea-'
morning.
the etirollment this year has
the highest in the history
Jhe Division of Schools.
: uring the past school year, a
aber of Important changes
I Innovations were vade in
school syatem to addition to
completion of two ndw
si buildings, an ann.?x to toe
shortly after the beginning of
the school term when Building
TO- on Roosevelt Avenue was
transferred to the Schools Divi-
sion for use by the Instrumental
Music Department. The building
was formerly occupied by the
Inter-American Geodetic Survey.
In connection with the con-
struction of the new playground
wee near the Balboa Elemen-
building on Cirr street will be
demolished end the Men's Dor-
ery will be moved to Bulld-
BM,, a former bachelor quar-
ters building on Balboa Road.
K,.m,rfnfw P^yK'ounO. *o be
built during the summer vaca-
tion months, will provide more
than two ahd one half acsea of
.ii!2*ther R1.ILy P|lc t the
children enrolled in the Balboa
Elementary School.
Other
teveraJ school facilities such
slaygatiindN and gymnasiums,
he two new school buildings
ch were built during the year
place* in use about tfro mid-
of the school term were the
lern school plant at Paraso
fteBew south Margarita
*Tie Paraso school was
d In October and the
ta school in December,
lex to the Rainbow city
1 was pinced u use hist
uary.
FOR RENT:Apartment: Living and
diningroom, two bedrooms, goroge
ond patio. All screened. Colle Ge-
rardo Ortega No. 3 & Via Espaa,
one block across from Hotel El Po-
nomi. Information In the same
building.
Bids on 20 lots of property
must be submitted in quadru-
plicate by June 8 to the Bid
Room. Building 630, Corozal. and FOR RENT:In Altamiro, Sabanas, 2
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SLIPCOVERS
REUPHOLSTERING
bous omen clubs
Call for trae sMsmatea
ALIOtTO BXBKS
Aate law J; Trt J-4SSS
whTniM in ?i Suon' R,fm,n' er dav. he found that they wen
hm. VfaA. nift ) tamus pretty fond of him after all.
June 3 for the United States en ma special ceremony held
vmnr % MW 'UU0n ta ^""P yesterday afternoon in the ro-
e.juot, ca. tunda of the
Cspt. K. M. Broesmle, and Mrs.' Bulldlnar he
ni-ia --! I ill k. L_.... Mm.. J . I ...
Administration
was presented
neMLto^.^!.r7n.0S^h ^'^ a tTt"fti ^present
ner Monday evening at their quar m contributions from nearlv
lng contributions from nearly
portunity to learn a lot about
the Canal and the people who
run it.
Always neatly dressed and
courteous in hU manner, be was
not one to enter into eonvaraa-
tlon it the drop of a hat but
people who know him well say
ning at their quarters in the 15th ca 5y R L Klotz chiefTtL
Naval District in honor of Capt. Housing Division^rid J r wf
and Mrs. Cameron and Capt. and STfflEZlZSS? 'wSniiV
T
4
Fabrilite
Fabrikoid
Mrs. L. F. Sugnet. Covers were
lsid for twenty four.
Rear Adm. Milton E. Miles and
Mrs. Miles headed a list of 160
military and civilian guest* wka
honored Capt. and Mrs. Cameron
at i farewell cocktail bullet giv-
en Friday evening from 6:30 to
9:30 p.m. at the Rodman Officers
Club.
Mrs. Richard T. Tinney was
hostesses for farewell morning
coffee given at ther home Wednes-
day morning for Mrs. Cameron
Mrs. G. C. Hefner presided at the
coffee service.
Guests at the coffee included
Mrs. A. L. Teitel, Mrs. J: J. Ma
haffey, Mra. R. D. Lochner, Mrs.
F. Choisser, Mrs. C. Boyd,
Mrs J. H. Blaes, Mrs. H. J.
White and Mrs. F. J. Childs. ..
IAWC To Elect New Officers
The Inter American Woman's
Club headquarters on Shaler Road,
will be open from 9 a.m. u 5 p.
m. Tuesday, for voting for new
officers: for the 1954-55 Club year.
To be elected are president, board
of directors and other officers.
Showers Honor Recent Bride
Mrs. Loran B. McMsster, the
former Diana Lee Ferguson was
honored at a tea and miscellane-
dall, Balboa housing manager,
who congratulited him on his
long veirs of service with the
Canal organization.
Benjamin Allen first came to
the Isthmus In 10M from Bar-
bados on contract md after
working on a number of Jobs,
moved up to the Building In 1820
as a number of the Janitor force.
He learned to ran the"elevator
from other men on the lob there
and since 1934, has been the reg-
ular daytime operator.
Sometimes, during the past
about the events of the day
that Is if there weren't too man*
people riding with him at the
moment.
On one subject, he la an expert
baseball-end he has a broad
5rin for the person who praises
is favorite ball team the New
York Yankees. There l Bo doubt
In his mind as to who la going
to win the pennant this year, O
He Uves alone In PananiaaajggH
and now that he hag retired, he
intends to spend the teat T hlg
daya either going to base ball
K?H',.or i?"***1* to the radio
while the Yankees win that pen-
nant. *^
Settled Rainy-Season Weather
Is Outlook For Month Of June
The following weather condi-
tions are based on the records
of the past 40 years and may be
expected to occur in the Canal
Zone and vicinity during June.
WEATHER: Settled ralny-sea-
FOR RENT:Furnished oportmant In
Peru Ave. No. 11, Apt. 2, obove
Lineo Aeropostoi Venezolano. For The reinforced plastic material, mother, Mrs. August Lyons, Mrs.
ous shower given by Miss Helen I*00 weather with moderate to
Varner at her home in Ancon. Ihvy showers may btexpected
Guests included the honoree's! tp occur throughout the..month.
in formo t ion coll Panama j-1 118.
they will be opened at 0 a.rri.
Bids on four'lota and 12 lots
must be submitted In quadrupli-
cate by June 10 to the Bid Room
and they will be opened at 9 and
10 a.m.
All bids must be. accomanied
by 20 per cent of the total 'I-
mount bid. All property Is avail-
able for Inspection at Corozal
weekdays except holidays.
Qportmants $60, house 13; also 2-
bedroom oportmant $40 monthhly
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
with all utilities. Via Espono, lost
house before Juan Franco.
New Books
Bandoola" the life story of s
remarkable elephant and die sto-
the development of a oiay-i brary.
iitm? ?reaf the new comnlu-
ttity at Loa Ros iCoroxal),
FOR RENT.- Best located furnished
oportment. Splendid for on or two
couples. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Two-room apartment,
just renovated, $38. 13 th Street
No. 61,
Son Francisco.
FOR RENT:Newly built apartment,
unfurnished or furnished, with re-
frigerator, gas stove. Suitoble for 2
couples. 120-A Vi Porros, Son
FtjIrtCtscQ. Apply rear house.
FOR. 'RENT :-^urnisr>ed oporrmenfs.
new furniture, screened ond gov-
ernment inspected. Coll 3-3404,
Panama.
washable and noted for It* beauty iwTlam Carnatltan,*MrsT William
and quality in the re-upholster- Bums, Miss Judy Hoopes, Miss
lng of furniture or for covering
cushions.
EUREKA, S.A.
133 CENTRAL AVENUE
Has specialized successfully In
the use of "TABRIUTV and we
wlU be more than glad to check
your furniture that needs repairs
and git estimates as to cos* of
Eugenia Esplau, Miss Dawn Grif-
fith, Miss Glenda Lee, Miss Kay
Ott, Miss Margaret Zent, Miss A-
licis Winberg, Miss Ksy Frangi-
nl, Miss Gloria Samson, Miss Car-
ol Newman, Miss Janet Medler,
Miss Donna Lee Fisher, Miss Car-
olyn Pence, Miss Kitty Lowe Miss
Judy Curtis and Miss Betty Cop-
penhavor.
Mrs. McMsster wss siso the
making them look like new: guest of honor at a shower given
again. We may be contacted by
calling Tel. 2-4632.
Williams, better known as Ele-
the Iphant BUI, spent 22 yeers in the
fes $l*S& TKft 2. figSLJnL 2-2
Kobbe school.
Aiao.part oi the program Is the
relocation of the Chagras QyS-
22^/""" ,te tormer ite near
Gatun to a spot adjacent to the
S* ?*.b0w c'ty School annex.
^_- *wwi| vivy aJ*JIILFvJ JJ
Be of the major changes oi Son /-nrfP^rts.?ut-M. crea-1 follows:
year was the cofL'
during
the Burmese campaign He is now
retired to farm in Cornwall
where be is writing his Jungle
memoirs.
The complete hat af new books
. and their authors placed in circa-
not latios tais week by the library
FOR RENT: Furnl*hed-unfum1shed
apartment, single or couple, 7040
4th Street, Central-Melendrs, Co-
lon.
FOR RENT.Moeotlon quorters for 3
months, large 2-bedrOom eport-
ment, wefl furnished, oil utilities in-
cluded, telephone. $60 a month.
Call Cristobal 3-2862.
FORf RENT:
ment. modest
Two-bedroom spart-
pnee. Also suitable
for office. Bella Visto. Coll 3-0934
FOR RENT
Room
FOR RENT: Large, bright, oiry
room, completely independent. Good
residential neighborhood. Gentle-
man only. 3-1081.
the Latin American achocus
> to an and last month to
more time- far ther cpnver-
of these schools,
raltef Oliver.
ifta?
FOR RENT:Furnished or unfurnish-
ed rooms. lt Street, Perejil, No
14, Apt. 12. Phono 3-0397.
reatinn f h* tuon center for the Rainbow Cltv;
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American gentleman of good habits.
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Fiji Plant Collection
In Smithsonian
WASHINGTON (UF) The
Smithsonian Institution is miking
room for 24.000-specimefl collec-
tion of exotic plants from the Fiji
Islands.
Dr. A. C. Smith, a curator of the
I' S. National Museum, returned
recently from his third trip to the
islands with the plants, many of
which were previously unknown to
botanists.
Botanists believe the Fijis rep-
resent the eastern rim of sn an
cient lsnd mass the so-called
Melanesiaa contaet which they
suppose wss disrupted by earth-
quakes "
million
nd tidal wavea 10 to 20
years ago. Some of the
plant specimen suggest that por-
tions of the Melanesisn continent
have remained above sea level.far
asora the un -iu^ va.r*_
by her grandmother, Mrs. F. L.
Green, at her home In Tacoma,
Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. McM aster were
the guests of honor st s dinner
given by the Reverend snd Mrs.
H. T. Bemthal at their home in
Balboa.
Guests Included Mr, and Mrs.
Augist Lyons, Mis Beth Ann Ly-
ons and Mrs, Helen Mechling,
mother of Mrs. McM aster. -
Measurable rain will be likely to
occur on about 20 days of the
month at Balboa Heights and 23
days at Cristobal. The average
total rainfall for the month Is
18.00 Inches at Balboa Heights.
11.75 inches at Madden Dam and
13.43 inches at Cristobal. There
is, however, considerable varia-
tion from year to year. The
range from wettest to driest
June on record Is 18.34 to 2.50
Inches at Balboa Heights. 20.51
to 4.92 Inches at Madden Dam
and 31.23 to 5.93 inches at Cris-
tobal.
TEMPERATURE; The monthly
mean sir temperature will iver-
aee between 80 and 81 degree.
The mean dally range of tem-
perature will be about 12 degrees
on the Pacific Site and 10 de-
grees on the Atlantic side. The
verage dally maximum will be
about 86 degrees and the aver-
age minimum between 74 and 76
degrees. The highest tempera-
mldlty will average 85 per cent
at Cristobal, 87 per cant at Bal-
boa Heights and ft) per cent at
Madden Dam. The dally rang
between high and low Is greater
on the Pacific side than at Mad-
den Dam or Cristobal.
CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE: The
sky will be partly cloudy to
cloudy most of the time with an
average of 5 hours of sunshine
daily and with, only 2 to 4 days
with no sunshine at all.
POOS: Nighttime and early-
morning fogs may be expected
ocaslonally over the Oalllard Cut
section of the Canal and the
central section of the Isthmus
long the Trans-Isthmian high-
way, but none Is likely to occur
at either of the Canal entrances!
Most of the fogs forra aroural
midnight and dissipate befor
8:30 a.m.
winds: Winds win be light
snd viriable with southeast
winds predemmatmc on the At-
lantic Coast and northwest wind
on the Pacific. The average hour-
ly velocity for the month will
range between 5 and 7 miles pei>
hour on the coasts and 3 to 4
miles per hour In the Interior.
Local rain and thunderstorm,
may be expected quite frequent-
Historical Society
Te Dtseues Astern Hospital
The thrrd meeting of the Csnsl infrequent occurrence.
Zone Historical Society will have
the Ancon Hospital for its subject.
A group of people who worked
with Dr. WllUsm Crswfard Gor-
gas will be on the panel. Panel
members are Dr. Herbert C
Clark, Dr. Dennis F. Reeder, Mr.
James E. Jacobs, Mr. J. R. Mt-
Lavy. Mra. Morris Sealy, Mrs.
Charles H. Bath, Mra. Ora Ewiag,
Sirs. Cllflgrd Payne and Miss
Jean DoMe.
The meeting will be ncld
Wednesday at 7*,30 p.m. at the
Hotel Tivoli. The public is invited
to attend.
Eighth Annaal Dmcheea
[4/er IAWC
The Inter-Ameriesn Women s
Club will hold its eighth annual
huRcheon on Wednesday at the
Union Club at 12:30 p.m.
Member msy make reserva-
tions by telephoning Mrs. Eugene
Lombard, 2-1380: Mrs. EUse Heur
temstte. 28-3-0566: or club liead-
quarters on or before Tuesday.
Newly elected officers will be
oresented tt this time.
ture on record for June Is OS de- ly. During these local storm
grees and the lowest 67 degrees: {gusts of wind with velocities up
such extremes, however, are of to SO or 35 miles per hour may be
attained, but they are of tost
I short duration to cause any ap-
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SUNDAY. MAT M. 1954
SUNDAY AMERICAN
PAOS
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>N VOYAGE AFFAIRS HONOR
r-T. COMDR. AND MRS. FITZGERALD
U. Comdr. aM Mr. P. D. Fitzgerald with their children,
Faala adi Cady. are leavinc ay stone en Jane S tor Maule,
Ala. They wUl visit ia New Orleaaa aad Mississippi, befare
gem; to Washington D.C, for aaty.
A nember of acial activities hare beca arranged to henar
Lt, Caaidr. aad Mr*. FttagaraM. Comdr. aad Mrs. A. L. Mac.
oabban had) aa toieraaat dinner at their marten at Coca Soto,
Tfaarsday eveatat. (or the FKsgeraMs.
. Comdr. and Mrs. iUiam T.
[Luce had a harbecne sapper par-
at their quarters tor the Fits-
The other guests were Lt.
[Comdr. and Mrs. E. H. Valley,
Irs. Eldridge Hord. Jr., Lt. and
Irs. S. G. Stiles, Lt. and Mrs. G.
FA. Wilsan.
. A family dinner part* was giv-
fen by Lt. and Mrs. It. G. Stiles
for Lt. Comdr. -Fitzgerald and
Etheir children.___
Voyage Party
Mr. Aad Mrs. Walter Wetstein
An informal "at home" was
by Lt and Mrs. J. J. Zarie-
at their Coco Solo quarters/guest.
for Mrs. Zariello's parent*, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Wetstein, who
were sailing the next day to re-
turn to their home in New York.*
Over 20 friends who have met
the visitors, during their stay in
Panama, called to bid them good-
bye.
Miss Stroae Installed
As Warthy Adviser Of Rsmbows
Miss Barbara Ego if, retiring
worthy advisor, presided at the in-
stalling of Miss Karen Stroop as
the worthy advisor of the Cristo-
bal Assembly, No. 2, Order of the
rainbow for Girls. The installation
took place Thursday evening in
the presence of over a hundred
The other installing officers
were Marshal, Mane Fraser;
chaplain, Judy McCoy, P.W.A,
recorder. Miss Joyce CoUinge, P.
W.A., organist, Marion Didrick-
son and guest soloist, Mrs. Ruth
Clement, taster of the retiring
warthy advisor.
Pink carnations were used in
the decorating of iiie Lodge hall.
The rainbow in the east held lit-
tle baskets of flowers in shades
appropriate to the Stations.
The new officers entered carry-
ing orchid fans, the gift of Miss
Stroop. The other new officers
were: worthy associate advisor,
Joan Holgerson; charity, Aram
Vandergriit; hope, June Rowley;
faith. Donna Geyer; drill leader,
Pamela Hawthorne; chaplain,
Diane Shceidegg; love, M a r c ia
Budge; Religion, Carline Taber
nature, Judy Malcolm; immortal-
ity, Carol Newhard fidelity, Alice
Chambers: patriotism, Joyce
Cookson; service, Louise Edmon-
ton; confidential observer, Patri-
cia Leach; outer observer. Janice
Roscoe; choir director, Paula Hol-
gerson:'musician, Rosalie Radel.
following the installation, the
IP xum*4 pi*
Todsy Only
MARIMBA MAGIC
x
and
DANCES by DUMA
with the
new officers in the "Bow" pre-
sented Miss Stroop coral gladioli
in a pretty ceremony. Miss Egolf
was escorted to faith, hope and
charity, where she received a bou-
quet of gold and white calla lilies.
As she knelt at the altar a crown
was placed upon her head, and
the color stations placed appro-
priate flowers in it. Mrs. Clement
sang "Somewhere Over the Rain-
bow" during this ceremony.
Rev. Henry L. Bell gave the
evening's address. He was follow-
ed by Mr. Stroop, father of the
new Worthy Advisor, who present-
ed her a gayel of her office, upon
a silver platter docorated with
Rainbow colors,
Miss Stroop's first official act
was to give Miss Egolf her P.W.A.
pin.
The guests who were seated in
the east included: Mr. aad Mrs.
Stroop, parents of the incoming
worthy advisor, Mrs. Clara Cham-
bers, worthy matron of Royal
Palm Chapter; Mrs. Nellree
Smith, worthy matron of Coral
Chapter; Harold Chambers, Act-
ing rainbow daddy, Rev. Bell;
Miss D. Teawinkle, worthy advis-
or of Balboa: Mrs. Loella Gullick
son, mother advisor of the Assem-
bly.
Refreshments were served In
the banquet hall by Mrs. Olive
Hearn and Mrs Virginia Faris.
JanMT High School Has
Ctasa Day Exercises
The class day exercises for the
Cristobal Junior High School were
held Friday at S p.m. in the
school auditorium.
Mr. Paul Beck, principal, gave
a short talk on the change from
the Junior High to the High
School. He also introduced the
guest speaker, Mr. Wilbur Bo wen,
of the Coca Cola Export Co. Mr.
Bowen spoke on a "Student's Re-
sponsibility to Himself."
A high point of the program was
the presentation of the American
Legion Awards to the outstanding
boy and girl in the Junior High.
Stephanie Beck and Jon MeGraw
were the recipients of these hon-
ors.
The Junior Rifle Club presented
awards to the team, which had
placed third in the national rifle
competitions. John Hatgi, presi-
dent of the club,- and one of the
outstanding members, made the
presentations.
The musical program was 'pre-
sented by the Junior High School
Orchestra, under the direction of
Mr. 0. E. Jorstad.
for the Sutes. *
Mrs. A. L. Maccubbin and 41 of
the officers' wives from Squadron
VP-45 were present. They enjoyed
swimming and cards.
Mrs. William T. Luce, wife of
the commanding officer of the
squadron, on behalf of the ladies
present, gave Mrs. Fitzgerald a
damask cloth as a bon voyage!
present.
Sojearners To Hvo
Dinner Meeting
The Caribbean Chapter No. 21,
Is scheduled to meet'on Tuesday,
at the Coco Solo Officers' Club.
Cocktails will be served at 6:30
and the dinner at 7:30 p.m.
Reservations should be in be-
fore noon Monday.
Ann Lattin School of Dancing
starting j
A new beginner class for
Boys and Girls 4 to 9 yeara.
TAP a ACROBATIC a BALLET
Regisiratioa Wednesday, Jane 2 1M p.m. !
RED DOOR
Diablo Clabhouse

Mr. And Mrs. Rondes
Change Address
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Roades have
moved to 212 B, Stanfield Place,
New Cristobal.
Sqaaeren Wives Henar
Departing Member
A picnic luncheon was given at
the officers' pool at Coco Solo,
Friday, by Mrs. R. G. Stiles, Mrs.
G. A. Wilson and Mrs. C. A. An-
derson to compliment Mrs. P. D.
Fitzgerald, who leaves next week
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Directed by Duma who also delights
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN

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.be more a matcin* lace dutch
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f
bridesmaids, Mlai Eraa
Belle McCarty and Mia* Gay Kd-
jrardt, wore similar (owna in
hades of aqua ttffeta styled on
princess lines. The Vee necklines
ere cuffed with wide pleated sol-
an of the same material, and
they wore matcning dutch caps.
All of the attendants carried nose-
fay of vari-colored flowers.
The bride's mother. Mrs. Jettie
Price won a floor length sleeve-
less gown of blue satin styled
with a flared akin and vee neck-
line in front and back of the fit-
ted bodice. Her corsage was of
MteTfandra Rickner, the flower
girl, carried a. small basket of
vari-colored flowers and wore a
frock of rosebud pink nylon net
over taffeta, maae with a full
skirt and a ruffled matching Jack-
et. Her headdress wss a band of
rosebuds.
Mr. Rene' Barras served as ring.
Best man for the bridegroom
was Mr. Richard Cox, and the
usben wen Mr. John Hunley and
Mr. Dee Helnselman.
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception was held in the Fern Room
of the Hotel Ttvoti, when Mrs.
Eileen Cox was in charge of the
bride's book.
The bride's table was centered
with a three tiered cake, topped
with a miniatura bride arid bride-
groom, and banked with white
tropical flowen.
Mr. and Mrs. Cain will be at
home to their friends at House
5287 Diablo,
topped with an arrangement
white rosebuds.
Miss Helen Ruth Vsrner, the
maid of honor, wore a strapless
gown of orchid nylon tulle over
taffeta with which she won a
violet atole of the same material.
Her bouquet was a yellow garde-
nias and her headdress wss of
matching flowen.
Miss Beth Ann Lyons, sister of
the bride, wss th Junior brides-
msid and she wore a yellow or-
gandy redingote over matching
taffeta. She carried a nosegay of
pink gardenias and wore a tiara
of matching flowers.
The best man was Airmsn S-C
Donald Dahl and the ushers were
Airman l-C Roben Fay *nd Air-
man l-C Anthony Thalman.
Mrs. Lyons, mother of the bride,
won a cocktail gown of gray
pirns cloth accented with sequins.
Her accessories wen of white and
she won sn orchid corsage.
The mother of the bridgroom,
Mrs. Hewn Mechling, was gowned
in tan and brown pi ma. cloth
highlighted with seed pearls. Her
accessories wen of beige and she
wore an orchid coreage.
Immediately following the cere-
mony, a reception was held in
the Service Center of the Church.
The refreshment tsWe waa center-
ed with a three tired wedding
cake topped with miniature serv-
iceman bridegroom sad bride.
NsUve flowen wen used to dec-
rete the center end the table.
Mre. M. Smouse served the wed-
ding cake, Mn. M. Eady was in
charge of the punch bowl and
Mn. Robert Fay presided over
the bride's book.
For her going-awsy costume, the
bride chose a pink linen suit with
MISS ERNESTINA EVANS, who e^aates**** !"" *he
Balboa High School with the Class of '64, will be honored at a
Siffet dinner to he given by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
Evan., at the Hotel El Panama foUowtag h JE*""^ l0"
Evans plans to attend the Canal Zone Junior College.
GERALD CAIN AND CONSTANCE PRICE
EXCHANGE WEDDING YOWS
The marriage of Miss Constance Price, daughter of Mrs.
JetU?PrS?TAncon and Mr. J. *. Prtejn.JWJeW Jan-j
IffcSS^^ffe^AjM^ Mae-
Donald officiated at the candlelight ceremony.
Escorted and given in marriage
by Mr. Daniel Hagerty in the ab-
sence of her fstner, the bride
wore s wedding gown of white
nyldn lace over taffeta- and nylon
net. fssjiiped with a square neck-,
fcne, short sleeves and a fitted,
bodice accented with a draped et- |
feet created by a gathered panel'
of late. The bouffant skirt was.
made ballerina lenght, and the
fingertip veil of nylon illusion was
held in place by a dutch cap of
matching lace.
The matron of honor, Mrs. Mar-
ion Barras, sister of the bride,
was gowned in yellow nylon lace
over taffeta. The fitted gathered
bodice was topped with a short
lace jacket, piped in taffeta, and
the full skin was waits length.
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C. D. DAMERON, formerly with
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FOR
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mercurio
HmitM to t . Ontral Th.atr*
Schafer Adams Engagement
Announced
Mr. and Mn. Ernest A. Schaf
er of ManstWd, O., announce the
engagement- of their daughter,
Katherine Ann, to Roger W.
Adams of Balboa, Canal Zone.
Misa Schafer if a graduate of
Wittenberg College. Springfield, O.
where she was a member of Al-
pha Xi Delu sorority. She receiv-
ed a master's degree fat science
from the Ohio Sute University,
where she was a member of Sig-
ma Deke Epsilon graduate science
honorary society. Prior to comise
to the Canal Zone she taught for
three yean in the analogy depart-
ment of the University of Miami,
Coral Gables, Fla. For the pist
two yean she has been on the
Canal Zone Schools, in Balboa,
Mr. Adams is the son of M r s
Austin F. Yoder of Diablo Heights,
and the late Roger H. Adams.
He is a graduate engineer of
Iowa State College, where he was
a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity. During World War II
ho served tor two and a half
yean as as Aircraft Maintenance
Engineering Officer with of Ninth
Ah* Foree in Europe, and present
ly is a Major in the United States
Air Foree Reserve. He is employ-
ed by the Panama Canal Compa-
ny as superintendent of the Mo-
tor Transportation Division.
The wedding is being planned
for late summer;
Meriting Coffee To Hener Visitor
Miss. H. Eloise Monroe and
Mrs. W. G. Rows will be co-
hostesses for a morning coffee to
be given Monday at the Rowe res-
idence in Ancon in honor of Miss
Betty Burns, a former Balboa
elementary achool teacher who is
visiting on the Isthmus for sev-
eral days as Miss Monroe'
bouse guest.
MeMaster-Fergusen Marriage
Solemnised .*
Miss Diana Lee Ferguson, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mn. August Lyons
of Curando, and Airman 2-C Lor-
an B. McMaster, Jr., son of Ingle-
wood, OtL, exchsnee wedling
vows Friday evening at :00 p.m.
in a double-ring, candleght cerem-
ony held in the Redeemer Luther-
an Church. Balboa. The Rev. H.
T. Berntfaal officiated.
Mn. Abbie Linares, organist,
played the traditional wedding
marches and "Because" Just prior
to the bride's entrance. ,
Escorted and given in marriage
by her father, die bride wore a
white chantllly gown over taffeta
fashioned with a fitted bodice, vee
neckline long tight sleeves which
came to points over her hands,
and a waits lenght bouffant skin.
A pearl necklace was her only
ornament. She wore a shoulder
length veil of nylon illusion which
fell from a tiny cap of chantilly.
and carried a white prayer book

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black accessories with which she
wore an orchid corsage.
The just-weds wiil.be at home
to their friends liter June 6 in
bouse 0433, Ancon.
Leaves For Ear tea
Miss Cornells Mslmberg of An-
con left the Isthmus Friday by
ship for New York en route to
Sweden and other European coun-
tries, where she will spend the
summer end fill months. She
Slans to sail from New York on
une S aboard the S. S. Kungs-
holm.
Visotor From Indiana
Mrs. Helen Mechling of Lafa-
yette, Ind.. is visiting on the Isth-
mus as the house guest of Mr.
and Mn. August Lyons of Curun-
du. She attended the wedding of
her son, Airmsn 2-C Loran B.
McMaster to Miss Diana Lee Fer-
guson, on Friday evening, and will
remain on the Isthmus to be pres-
ent at the gradation of Mrs. Mc-
Master from the Balboa High
School on June 2.
Bride-Elect Heated
At Tea And Skewer
Miss Judith Ariene Crooks,
whose marriage to Frank Mattlew
will be solemnised June 19, was
the guest of honor at a tea and
miscellaneous shower given Sat-
urday at the Army-Navy Club,
Fort Amador, by Miss Joan
Sharp.
Guests Included the mother of
the honoree, Mn. H. V. Crooks,
Mrs. Mildred Abreu. Mrs. Nelma
Rommel, Miss Wilma Hidalgo,
Mrs. Norma Hamilton, Miss Miry
Orr, Mrs. Pat Robinson, Mrs. I-
rene Cook, Mrs Mary Krom, Mrs.
Frances Elmendori, Mn. Gail
Ward, Mn. Mabelle Walker. Miss
Alice Paxson, Miss Bunny DiBel-
la. Misa Janice Dew. Mrs. Eileen
Brown, Miss Marguerite Nea, Miss
Kitty Lowe, Miss Eileen Fells,
Miss Marie Wright, Miss Laura
Walston, Miss Nrra Reyes, Mi s s
Edna Jenkins, Miss Vtoley Scott
and Mrs. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyem Entertain
Mr. and Mn. August Lyons of
Curundu were hosts for a rehears-
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GRAND SALE
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Rookie O'Connor Aims At 500-Mile Indianapolis Classfe
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Same Old Story-Stick Out Your Top-Weighted Sprinter
Head And Yanks Will Knock If Off
\ by
JOE WILLIAMS
'', Apparent!, there U ..thing S^J^JfLS%Ji
eenduetire to strong and valorous, pitching. Connie mm s7
that w* tbtX were down. Atef Bende, was themost to-
dom^le he ever saw Today that weol.de weuld g. t. Alu.
look like this, ha was a faker.
it the Wdlan school. He was pitching nH>w *or Harrlaburg,
the manager."
CONTROLS THE ANSWER
This was some JO years ago and I'm hasy as to what^Bender
^Some^more fragment, of uL barberlng ^ne ^
kr^m^^
glSrwa&a^^S
ion'g nedM. It seemed to me the.del very he usedtook
too much out of hU arm. The Rube, on the other hand, bad the
smoothest movement I ever saw. ^^
drove Usted much longer than the Rube mirh better care of himself.) On. year the Rube fanned 343.
Grove's top toa? to this category w.s 4. I never got to ask
Bender how he reconciled these figures with the statement Grove
ie hid atorcefId fMtSall and a sharp curve, he gave control
^^WoffiSK and Preacher Roe mast have heard him.
WE GOT FAT HEADED.'
Baseball's most ataclyamlc upset was the defeat of Mack'
remarkable 1914 team to four straight by the Boston Braves.
Bender opened the serle, but failed to survive the sixth Inning.
""SWJffl assrff tWBtMi l.., .** *
them 12 games out of 16 to three prior series. In short, we got
^skeptics tried to read something sinister tote the to-
credible form reversal, and Bender was one of *^rt "ef UrwU.
gender never pitched again for ^&,tat *hen neither; didI Eddie
Plank nor Jack Coombs; also the brUlUntEddle Collins was to
a different uniform the next eeaeon, the White Sox.
There was. therefore, nothing significant in the Bender dis-
..missal. A depleted cash box and a salary war, set off by a new
rival league, the rederal. .ent Mack Into a panic and he pro-
ceeded to dlsmanUe one of the great teams of baseball history.
"If I needed one game I'd give the ball to the Chief."
- Down through the year Mack never hedged an inch In his
respect and esteem for Charles Albert Bender, now dead of can-
cer at 71.
Picked To Score Again
By BARRY GBAY80N
NEW YORK. May 29 (NBA)-
Looks like this thing is going to go
on forever.
The Yankees returned from
their first western triprolling.
Paced by Yogi Bern's beltutf
and the relief itching of Johnny
Sain, the World Champions, after
a dismsl getawsy, bounced back
among the front runners.
for contlmuous excitement, out-
ing after outing, there hasn't been
anything like it since the dazzling
1951 World Series, and this per-
formance was over s IS lnstesd of
a seven-game stretch.
Prom Msy 2 through 18, the
Bombers won 12, tied one snd lost
three for .900. Reading those fig-
ures, one might suspect that the
Bronx crowd had thundered over
the opposition, but the scores were
anything but top heavy. Of the 12
victories, only two were by more
than three runs. On the jaunt
west, only one gsme, Yankee
defeat, Was settled by more thin
two.
It was the sort of bsseball where
one wrong move by a manager,
one defensive slip or poor pitch
meant the works.
The Yankees have the ssme old
winning formulab a g g I n g the
close ones and whackutk the lead-
ers. Stick out your head and the
New York Americans will knock
ft At
The Indians swept a two-game
set on the occasion of their first
visit to Yankee Stadium. So the
Yankees took two of three in
Cleveland. The Tigers were show-
ing surprising early foot, so the
Yanks copped all three at Briggs
Stadium. The White Sox are .
definite threat, so the Yanks
knocked some of the wind out of
the south aiders' sails by twice
coming from behind to capture
squeakers in the closing moments.
Those kind of victories are ex-
tremely fine for your esprit de
corps. That type of a defeat hurts.
Winning eight while dropping
two on the road, Casey Stengel's
men prevailed 5-3, 5-4, 5-4 in 10
Innings, 4-4, 7-5, M, 4-3 snd 8-2
snd lost 9-7.
Berra really started cannonad-
ing a little earner than May 2.
The cat-like eatcber was batting s
meager .195 to his annual custom
of getting away slowly when he
suddenly caught fire in late April.
Prom April 24 through May 18,
the squat athlete blasted enemy
Eitchers for 29 hits to 73 times at
at That gave the musing
character from St. Louis .394 for
the drive, hoisted his average to
.316. He drove in 16 runs when
they counted most, manufactured
six doubles, a triple and five borne
runs for a slugging average of
.694.
And he's the best all-round ball-
player to the gsme for a catcher.
Yogi Berra ii indeed a funny
man to everyone but rival pitch-
ers, batters dropping balls any-
where near the plate and base-
runners attempting to steal.
COACHES BANREBS
Denver(NBA)V lac e Boryls".
former National Basketball A -
socistion sur with the New York
Knickerbockers, will coach the
Denver Central Bankers of the
National Industrial League next
season.
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With CHASE BANK DRAFTS
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By JIMMY BRESLIN
INDIANAPOLIS. May 29 -A recruit hasn't roared home
the winner of the Indta.na.po is
Speedway 500 since Frank wck-
hart took the Jackpot away back
But through-
out Indiana
where every-
body who uses
a car for any-
thlng more
than a Sunday
drive Is await-
ing the big
grind of May 31
they give a
25 year -old
North Virnon
novice a solid
chance of turn-
tog the trick.
rat O'Connor That wo u 1 d
be Pat O'Connor, who will take
his place along with 14 veteran
drivers in the'first five rows of
the S2-car field. .
O'Connor has been driving for
six years, which Is the Speed-
way equivalent of a grammar
school background, but he is en-
tering the big test with a lot of
faith to himself. _
"I got a lot of car to handle
and ITve won my share of races,
he says. "Don't see any reason
why I don't have as much
chance as the next guy-
O'Connor was knocked out be-
cause the race Is limited to the
33 fastest qualifiers and his av-
erage was nine-tenths of a,mile
slower than the fellow to spot
No. 23.
O'Connor resumed his old oc-
cupation of dominating the
sprint events. While he did so.
Hopkins, a fellow he had met
casually In Indianapolis, was
looking for somebody to give a
car he had a workout on the
100-mlV championship circuit.
A look at the standings re-
freshed Hopkins' mind and he
put In a call to O'Connor. The,
season was nearly finished when
the two hooked up, but Pat
oushed his new partner's car In-
to the top 10 In two of the last
three race*.
Impressed, Llndsey Hopkins
ordered the Kurtls Kraft for the
Indianapolis event and O'Connor
whisked It around for a 139.094
average meed to eullv quall'v.
"Now, there's only 500 mHes
between me and the top." ,Pat
O'Connor says, confidently.
SPEEDWAY SCENE__Everything Is fresh and neat at the start ef the gruelling IndlanapoUto
S99'but Bill Vukovich, Inset, shewn after winning last year's event, reflecta the wicked tell taUK
race lakes on participants. (NEA)
This kind ef confidence In
rookie only can come from
well-qualified one, and O'Connor
appear, to be all o that and
then some. The Flying Irishman
started lrf roadster events a-
round Columbus, Ind., In 1948
and last summer captured the
American Automobile Associa-
tion's midwest sprint crown.
O'Connor will be at the wheel
of a Kurtls Kraft of the 500-C
series. The car Is owned bv Lind-
sey Hopkins of Miami, Fla.. and
the way to which O'Connor was
able to come across a ear of this
class is a fin* Illustration of the
part casual luck plays to auto-
mobile racing.
O'Connor, with two fairly suc-
cessful seasons on AAA dirt and
high bank tracks around In-
diana and Ohio, came to India-
napolis last year with an eye on
the 900.
He passed his driver's test to a
six-year-old front-drive car, but
couldn't make it run fast enough
for any qualifying attempt.
"So I shopped around the ga-
rage area for a couple of days,
looking to see If I could latch'
onto a break or somathing like
thatnamely, a fast car," he ex-
plains. "I came up with a rear-
drive car, a Brown Special.
"I got through the conversion
test fine, and I was rolling pret-
ty good in the trials. I got
through with a 134.303 average
speed, but some other guy came
along and knocked me out of
the race on the last day."

It's easy for everyone when you pay with
a Chase Bank Draft
You can buy the draft in a matter of minutes at one of our conveniently-
located branches. Put it in the mail and soon it'a in the handa of tha
payee. He has absolutely no trouble collecting a Chase Bank draft aa
he might have in collecting a personal check.
There's no limit to the amount you can send by draft. People uae them
all te time to pay business and personal obligation, outside the country.
You should use them, too.
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f Hit) City of New York
IIANCHiS IN:
lalbei Cristobal P9sem Celtn David
fy BEANS KEABBON
ears In National League
Wnttea fer NEA Service
' QUESTION: In i game at Fort
Worth this season, runners were
on first and second, with one out.
when the batter lofted a high foul
fly to left. The left fielder went
after it, caught it, then slammed
into the stand and alumped to the
ground. The runners tagged up
snd took off, both scoring while
the fielder lay on the ground. The
pire called time the n.-merit be
umpire called time the moment he
both runners to return to their
bases. Is this allowed?
Answer: Ne H Isn't and I'm
afraid we'M have to overrate the
aspgss la that ene. Aa aeted here
before, time can oaiy be cade
when tke .lay has ended and ne
fete*, action can take place oa it
a the fly in this case was a fair
that want threagh fer a hit
waste the fielder was hart. Nota-
lag eeald be dove until the ban
waa returned te the iafield aad
everybody held up. Then time
cesdd be catted. Bet not while the
ranaera were in motive and the
baU waa Uve.
Half A Loaf Is
Better Than
None At Track
WILMINGTON, Del., (NEA)
Delaware Park reports thst "it
has been a long hard pull to bring
its daily double service up to
standard."
In 1951, 35 DD machines were
contracted for, but the tote com-
pany could deliver only 15. The
track thought it extra nice of the
double devotees to stick It out un-
der these conditions.
So it began to stockpile the iron
men snd now has 70 machines
with which to accommodate the
the "patient and tolerant" fans.
"The msnsgement." Delsware
Park ssys of Its troubles, "decid-
ed it would be better to give pa-
trons half a loaf rather than
INDIANA TELECASTS
Bleomington, Ind. (NBA ,
Indiana, modeatly admitting that
its telecasts of home basketball
games have become the state s
most popular TV sports fsre, will
do tb. same next Mason. '
Rbpel-0-Tiied Northcool give. Dacron
uperiority in clothing .valuta. Tha combina^
produces a quality nev.r before achieved
tropical clothing.
Shed, wrinkle, ov.rnight cuts upkeep c
A hot, humid day can ruin the praaa of "an
moat" any suit. This suit, hunt up overnight
presses itself.
e Holds itapress even again rain!! DacroraWJ j
pressed under hett prea.ure. Humidity or rain
or con.tant wearing leaves it unaffected.
e Cleane eaailyi Spot can be washed out with
soap and water, without the tall-table reauhant
ring.
e Dacron is an exceptionally trong yarn. Adda
extra durability to oritical point such Ai
-pocket edge, cufie, etoowa and especielly thaftgs*
trouser seat.
. Dacrona (and not even the Repel-O-Tixad)
have been aelling in the State*-till now at
$87.50, with only orle pair of pants. We hav
not altered the prio BUT, we are throwing in
an xtra pair of pants, all at the same pJJL^
of 87.50.
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, MAY M. 1454
alormina Seeks Second Straight Feature Victory
Hfmperstitioiis Pilot
Hppes To Keep Streak
Bums Whip Giants 4-2
To Snap Losing Streak
Reginald Douglas' sprint specialist Alormina this
dBftnoon will be a big favorite to make it two straight
iO Juan Franco feature when he goes against three
hjphfy rated opponents in the $1,000 Class "A" six-and-
one-half furlong dash.
rut-breaking Cuban Jockey
Rolando Lopez Oil will once a-
gf&Y be fcboard the speedy flve-
year-old ton of Royal Phoenlx-
Una's Hope. Despite top
. of 130 pounda the ex-
are almost unanimous In
_Jn* the Douglas horse.
Another sprinter. Djelo Splo,
wtB get plenty of backing in the
mutuels This hefty Chilean
hdfse was the winner in the low-
erlbracket last week and will be
con against the track's top
clifc horses for the first time.
latter was within striking dis-
tance all the way but could not
make it.
Kiosco and C'oq Au Vln, the
only other two starters In the
race, were completely outrun
and never In it.
Bugarplum, the day's shortest
priced winner, paid S3, $3.60 and
$220. Longshot winners were
Sherry Tune ($23), Salustlo
($19) and Don Goyo ($15.80).
Jose Bravo, Jose Reyes nd
By UNITED PRESS
The Brooklyn Dodgers snap-
ped their four-game losing
streak and New York's six-game
winning skein today when Pee-
wee Reese's two-run homer with
two out In the ninth inning gave
them a 4-3 victory over the
Giants.
Reese's blow, the fourth homer
in the game, followed a two-out
single by Junior GUliam and
presented Carl Erskine with his
fth win. Sal Mage dropped his
tag his seventh home "Tun, to
pace the Pirates to a 3-3 win
over the Philadelphia Phillies.
Rookie George ODonnell went
the route for his second triumph
although touched for nine hits.
Yogi Berra drove in six runs
with a grand-slam homer and a
single and Mickey Mantle also
homered as the New York Yan-
kees routed the Boston Red Sox.
10-2. Harry Byrd. making bis
first appearance since May 14,
and Johnny Sain combined to
hold the Red Sox to two hits.
Fishing
There's
Where
Fish
third decision for the Giants.'one a homer by Ted Williams.
Jose Bravo will enhance .Virgilio Castillo were the day's
Solo's chancas. top riders with two victories
r Unproved Dark Mllllon-
whleh was second to Alor-
i last week, could turn the
this time. Alejandro Ycaaa
again be the Millionaire's
Jockey. Both Djelo Solo and
Dawk Millionaire have been as-
signed 110 pounds by the hand-
Icapper.
Xormer track champion Amo-
rto, with regular Jockey Victor
Ordoftex slated to guide him, ap-
pears to be at a disadvantage in
this short distance. The route-
loving Argentine-bred was a
badly beaten third last week
Over a Jnalf-furlong more. How-
aver, this time he will be getting
Jive pounds from Alormina as
.compared to twelve pounds he
allowed the Douglas sprinter.
: The track's Class "B" racers
are also scheduled to race today.
Coynes Edgar, Supersun, Merry
Mason, Postlnovlch and Noveno
will match strides in a seven
furlong sprint.
each.
The dividends:
FIB8T RACE
1Full $5.40, $3.40, $3.20.
2Escndalo $2.30, $330.
3WUd Justice $2.20.
SECOND RACE
1-Winsaba $8.30, $8.20, $4.
3Bagdad $7. $8.80.
3Pregonero $8.80.
First Double: (Full-Winsa-
ba) S37.S.
THUD RACE
h Guararefta (Excluded from
betting.)
3 Volador $11, $4.20, $2.80.
3Consentida $3.20, $2 80.
4Metto $2.40.
One-Two: (Volador-Consen-
tida) $45.
FOURTH RACE
1BuU Flea $5.40, $2.40. $2.20.
2Don Wende $3, $2.20.
3Sirena $2.20.
Quiniela: (Boll Flea-Don
Wende) $4-t8-
FIFTH RACE
18herry Time $23, $10, $5.60.
Gil Hodges also homered for
the Dodgers whUe Willie Mays
and Alvin Dark hit for the cir-
cuit for the Giants.
Howie Pollet turned in a neat
mound Job to lead the Cubs to
a 6-0-conquest of the Cincin-
nati Reds. Pollet limited the
Three walks followed by singlet
by Bill Renna and Vic Power plus
an outfield fly provided the Phil-
adelphia Athletics with three
runs In the eighth inning and
enabled them to beat the Wash-
ington Senators, 7-5. Morrli
Martin received credit for hi'
hard-hitting Reds to only four second victory while Frank Shee
hits and Cooper blasted a grand-.suffered his fifth straight loss,
slam homer off Fred Baczewskli St. Louis was at Milwaukee in
in the fourth Inning for the a National League night game
game'a key blow. land Chicago was at Baltimore
Frank Thomas collected two and Detroit at Cleveland In
of Pittsburgh's four hits, includ-1 American League arc-lighters.
TAWING
Bight other races are included 2Golden Fan $4.40, $5.00.
got
the
on the program.
Yesterday Don Antonio An-
ulzola's steadily improving Su-
garplum raced to an easy post-
to-post victory in the featured
800 Class "D" slx-and-one-half
furlong sprint.
Colombian Jockey Luis Glral-
do was alert this time and
Sugarplum off on top while
speedy Pavero waa off sluggish
ly and closed In against the rail
In the run to the first turn.
Cardlngton Green was In
closest pursuit of the flying
leader until entering the back-
stretch where Pavero rushed up
on the Diside and got closest to
the pacesetter. From there on
Cardlagton Green and Pavero
alternated in second and third
places..
Pavero held on to take second
moneyj t h r e e-and-one-half
lengths behind the winner, while
Cardlngton Green faltered In
the stretch and lost the short
end of the purse to Tnger. The
3Don Grau $2.80.
SIXTH RACE
1Valley Star $6, $3.60. $2.40.
ivaiiey
2Wlliidc
on $3, $3.40.
3Pale Face $4.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1Salustio $10. $11.80, $13.00,
2Lacey $4.80, $3.30.
3Piropo n $4.40.
Second Donrfe: (Valley Star-
SaJustle) $81.24.
EIGHTH RACE
1Sinn Felner $3.40, $2.80, $2.20.
2Sedur $2.80, $3.40.
3Rathlln Light $3.40.
Quiniela: (Sinn Feiner-Se-
dur) $5.t.
NINTH RACE
1Donny Boy $4.30. $2.60, $3.30.
3Begonia $2.40, $2.20.
3Lexden $3.30.
One-Two: (Denny Boy-Be-
gonia) $$..
TENTH BACE
1Sugarplum $3. $.60, 2.30.
2Pavero $4. $2.20.
3Tnger $120.
ELEVENTH BACE
1Don Goyo $15.80, $5.40.
2Lotera $3.
NATIONAL
Teams
x-Milwaukee
New York
Brooklyn
Philadelphia
x-St. Louis
Cincinnati
Chicago
Pittsburgh
x-Night game not Included.
LEAGUE I AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Bet Teams) W L Pel.
23 14 .622 x-Cleveland 35 13 .676
22 17 .564 x-Chlcaao 26 13 .667
21 18 .538 New York 24 15 .615
20 18 .326 -Detroit 18 14 .578
31 30 .512 Washington 16 21 .417
20 20 .800 Philadelphia 13 24 .351
18 21 462 -Baltimore 12 34 .333
13 30 .302 Boston lp 21. 323
TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at New York
Cincinnati at Chicago (2)
Philadelphia at Pittaburgh*(2)
St. Louis at Milwaukee.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 000 000 000-0 4 3
Chicago 000 420 OOx-6 7 1
Baczewskl, Judson (5), Nux-
hall (8) and Seminlck. Pollet
(2-2) and Oaraglola. LP Bac-
zewskl (2-3. HR Cooper (1).
Philadelphia 001 000 010-2 9 1
Pittsburgh 200 001 00x-3 4 0
Rldzlk. Drews (6). Konstanty
(7) and Burgess. ODonnell (2-4)
and Atwell. LP RldHk (1-2).
HR Thomas (7).
Brooklyn 010 001 002-4 8 0
New York 000 011 000-2 5 1
Erskine (5-4) and Walker.
Mague (5-3) and Katt. HR wllllger (2).
Mays (12). Hodges (11), Dark
(4) Reese (7).
x-Nlght games not Included.
TODAY'S GAME!
Chicago at Baltimore
Detroit at Cleveland
New York at Boston
Wash, at Philadelphia (2).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 011 030 060-10 17 1
Boston 000 101 000- 2 2 0
Byrd, Sain (7) and Berra.
Hudson, Klery (0). Brown (8),
Werle (8) and White. WP
Byrd (2-3). LP Hudson <0>2).
HR Mantle (8). Berra (7),
Williams (3).
Washington 000 200 130-5 12 0
Philadelphia 020 020 30x-7 11 0
Shea, Pascual (6), Marrero (7).
Dixon (8) and Tits Gerald. Kell-
ner, Martin (5) and W. Shant.
WP Martin (2-4). LP She*
(0-5). HR Finnlgan (2), Ter*
By FLACO
-~Jrh.ewSall,l*h are working up the coast and we should have
1 tTt^IS aroun but not taking the bait too well. They have been caught but in
ISL XiUS5ev\ 8Jererl boa" out this weekend and we expect
orne good catches. ^
^.^f .Urpon ,Unll> *t Oat remains good, the fbh are there
?n5t .J?ou ,ve * d0 u ctch **>"* w re going to try it
f**1 n i,nl weekend. Details later or if we don't mention the
trip you can draw your own conclusions.
-....Nith,nK we. h*ye, ever Printed caused as much comment or
questions asked as last week's part about spinning tackle. So
to clear up the those points that seem to trouble mos&Tof you,
here goes nothing.
,,l-rt' wiJ1!TSr meant to "nt^y th*1 you wr not a sports-
man or a good fellow or a fisherman, because you weren't follow-
ing the rules outlined last week. Our point was that if you wish
to compete then and only then should you obey the rules.
. rny ,port ***"" when you Want to compare the results.
.~S5l*n can1tro11 spinning rig, catch fish, have fun, be
srwrtsman. but he can't enter the resulting catch in some clubs.
.i *% ue8tl< ' bait and three gang hooks on a spinning
h n* .0Urw.?e.!!aine M the tro'Ung problem. We personally
to compete then its the rules and to the letter.
-. vJi^'e.Used baltl ***' *en othn fishermen using bait, but
Sufc woX.rHl8 and we.re.Just Uklng a chance that the
SuW ^Si1* record- Hoover, many fishermen seeing
others using bait are not aware of this rule.
t2htileld "if1 sieam M*stoe has for years kept fresh
SrtnlfSfSft ^ h*T?n't been interested in line test
ffieta^VKW*1?}?- R^attri W came out with a spinning
___8plInnln* Division: pish entered in this division must be
caught on threadllne gearr the line not to exceed 6 pounds drv
St i0/.*"h-wter classificaUons and 10 Pounds d^Sfst for
salt-water classifications; using artificial lures.
State Une test on affidavit.
StramtheYon^itft"J!d4aftmcl*, iU' i" required by Field and
stream, you can use this as a guide agafnst the dav when
World records for Salt-Water fish ire compiled y When
rUtkedHteh^.nytffirworkJU1,t **** * *"&#.
spac^Awe? ^^uTc^g'tack3,^ When h"
Juan Franco Graded EntriS1
PJ*. Horse
1st Raee "
1-Dallda P
2Don Teml
3Sun's Moon
4Petite
5Yoslklto
6La Enea
Jockey Wgt. COMMENT
NatiT *M **": S3T5.N Peel
First Race af the Double.
T'SS --AJler win No. i in row
HE? X -No longer dangerous
SiVa* li? >4t was revealing
y-mSn*" i!x-Rtes sjlm chane?
J. Phillips 106 Not good enough
E. CanaUM Nothing to lndlcata
*nel Raee "H" Native
1 Atlla
2Sinceridad
3Risita
4Piropo
5D. ChUA
6Marfil
7Jal Alai
44 FraPurse: $275.M Pool e
Second Race of the Double
A. Oonza. 96xHas shown nothing
J. Cado. 116 Oood effort last
V. Brown 118xDistance to liking
G. Graell 115 Good early speed
Mena r. lOTxNothing to lndlcaU
w r.0." ?2 -f2?hot with chance
E. Cana, lio Like slot-machine
3rd Race "11" Native
t Avlvato
2Piola
3Burlesquito
4Coran
5Little Blue
6G. Glass
7L. Molly
*H FgaPurse: S275.M Poef
ONE TWO
J. Phillips 106 -Good race last weak
A. Oonza. H5xUsually close up
A. Ycaza 112 Should best these
,Men? R Jx-ln favorite distanca
V. Brown lOSxDisappoint thus far
Vas. 118 Returns in good shape
V. Rodrl. 113x-Jockey handlcapi
ODDS
r 12:4*
t-1
$-1
even
10-1
"
1:11
25-1
2-1
-1
t-1
M-l
10-1
even
1:4*
8-1
10-1
4th Raee "I" Imported FgaPune: S375.M Paa|
QUINIELA
1Cradle Song
2Monmartre
3Poivorazo -
4Prestigio
5L. Lady
6Gonaaga
7Bartolo
8Nehuinco
0E. Mary
10A de Oro
H. Reyes 107xConfirmed ln-and-outer
J Cado. 108 -Belongs in a coach
V. Brown 103xDepends on start
R. Tejada lOOxCould be the winner
B. Cana. 115 Form indicates
R. Oomes 110 Has shown nothing
8. Carva. 103xShodd be retired
A Mena 115 Much, much too slow
AiSSf 2 -Re*urns from layoff
A. Unidla 106 Hasn't shown much
5th Race "B" Imported 7 FfS.Pune: $756.H Poal
1-C. Edgar
2Supersun
3M. Mason
4Postlnovlch
5Noveno
O- San. lio -Would make nice odds
A. Mena 107 Rounding into shape
J. Bravo 118 Hard to beat here
A. Ycaza 110 Past races indicate
H. Reyes 115xNeeds better rider
20-1
3-1
2-1
5-1
: t:2t
10-1
16-1
4-1
10-1
2-3
15-1
18-1
8-1
5-1
t-1
: t:IS
t-1
t-1
3-1
even
2-1
Out Hit Suits Duke
BY BILL ROEDRR
NBA Special Correspondent
what hsppened to Solder's hit
Hank Sauer backed away, expect-
i. SsWraut .n !&?"&
became a 4150 tropical worsted.
"You might ask
St. Louis at Milwaukee (N).
Chicago at Baltimore (N)
Detroit at Cleveland (NK
BELLA VISTA
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CINEMASCOPE!
k BOBEBT WAGNER
+ TERRY MOORE. In
BENEATHTHE
12MILE REEF"
TROPICAL
TODAY
WEEK-END
RELEASE!
SPENCER TRACY
RUTH HU8SEY
ROBERT YOUNG, in
"NORTHWEST
PASSAGE"
In TECHN1COLORI
The comeiy that. Is making
all Burope laugh I
"LADY HAIR-DRESSER"
with
FERNANDEL
FRENCH
DIALOGUES!
CECILIA00131^
"W1 fcl" PROGRAM!
"A PERILOUS JOURNEY'
with
Vera
RALSTON
a
Scott
BRADY
Plus:
"CHAMP FOR A DAY"
with ALEX NICOL
By BOB TOSKI
I had to birdie the last hole to
win the Havana Open the past
winter.
The 18th fsirwsy of the Havana
Country Club course Is tight.
Guarding against going out of
bounds on the left. In three rounds
I pushed my drive to the right of
the fsirwsy. The ball landed prac-
tically in the same place each
time. There wasn't more than 15
yards difference.
So when I was there again in
the final round, I knew the shot
by heart, ssid to myself that by
now it should be essy. And I hit
the green on each occasion.
I was about 160 yards from the
hole. The shot was blocked by a
row of royal palm trees. I was
too close to hook the ball through
and under the palms.
So I elected to fade the ball
NC4WTO
Jemes Stewart, in
"THE GLENN MILLER
STORY"
. Tony Curtis, in
. "ALL AMERICAN''
Juan Franco Tips
By CONRADO
1Suns Moon Dalida P
2Risita Piropo
3Burieasjuito Little Blue
4Poivorazo Limestone Lady
5Merry Masen Postlnovlch
ftMiss Fairfax Trae Blue
7Millstone Soft Net*
8Greco Gay Spot
8Cormorant Marianina
18Alormina D. Millionaire
when a hit of any description
came hard for the Dodgers, Duke
Snider got the hit that takes the
cake, or in this case the suit.
He hit the Abe Stark sign at
Ebbets Field.
Now this Is something that is
not done every day. It is not
done every year. A whole sea-
son once went by when nobody
hit the Abe Stsrk sign.
Hit Sign, Win Suit, the in-
vitations reads. But how? No
higher than an outfielder's hesd,
the sign is a narrow strip running
along the bottom of the scoreboard
in right center. Practically any
hall that figures to be caught
Once in a while a high drive
will sink sharply after an outfield-
er has decided it will carry up
against the- scoreboard. That's
Oscar about
fellows who have bit it," Stark
said.
"I think Mel Ott was the first
one to dp it," Oscar Goldman,
who manages Stark's store, said.
"Hack Wilson did it, two, three
times and we had to make up a
suit special for him. We had no-
thing to fit a little guy like him
with shoulders like sn ox. Gil
Hodges we hsd to do special, too."
Dixie Walker helped, however.
There was the time he rsced o-
ver-for s spectacular catch that
robbed the hitter but saved Abe
Stark, and a writer suggested that
Dixie rated at least a pair of
alacks.
"We even threw in s sport jack-
et," Oscar said.
th Raee "I" Imported 8H Fgs-Purse: $375.84 Peel clases: 1:8$
First Race of the Double
1Pia
2Pincel
3La Chomba
4Miss Fairfax
5B.Sell
8Royal C
7True Blue
8Roscrea
H. Reyes 107xRan well last week 4-1
L. Giral. 115 Mutuels favorite $-1
J. Bravo 113 Best early foot 4-1
A. Mena 108 Usually undapendable 4-1
J. Baeza 110 Has shown nothing M-l
V. Ordo. 115 Fastest at getaway 10-1
A. Ubidla 108 Stout contender here 4-1
A. Ycaxa 110 Would pay nice price 1$-1
7th
"E" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse: $534.44 Peel eleeas: 4:48
Second Raee of the Doable
1Granero
2Soft Note
SMillstone
4Don Cuto
5 (Pebetero
6(Vulcanizado
J. Phillips 115 Just missed In last
V. Ordo. 118 Millstone's contender
J. Bravo 118 Gets stiffest teat
A. Mena 105 Lacks early speed
A. Oonza. 103xUsually close up
H. Reyes 112xBest chance in mud
8th Raee "I" Imported IK Fgs.Purse: $37S.M Peel
1Greco H. Reyes IOTxLongshot possibility
2A. Fulmar A. Ycaza 108 Showing Improvement
3Gaucha S. Carva. 1O0XNot ready yet
4Sismo V. Brown 102xRan well last tima
5Amat D. D'Andrea 115 Not against these
8Black Bull J. Chuna 118 Longshot chance too
7R. Emblem R. L. Gil 115 Improving slowly
8Gay Spot J. Bravo 116 Should win off form
9Delhia A. Mena 113 Dangerous this
9th Race
"Special" 7
T'-G-H-I"
Furlongs Parse:
$544.44 Peel closes:
ONE TWO
between the first two trees, where
I had the most room. The space
grew thinner as the row of trees
went along.
I opened the club face of a 4
iron so as to fsde and put the ball
18 inches from the hole for sn up
hill putt.
I sank the putt and had the
birdie that beat Walter Burkemo
and Pete Cooper.
That particular iron shot wss
my greatest.
CAPITOLIO
George Raft, in
"I'LL GET YOU"
Lloyd Bridges, in
"THE TALL TEXAN
VICTORIA
Amalla Agullar, in
"LAS CARIBOSAS"
Libertad Lamarque, In
"LA LOCA"
IDEAL
Lana Turner, in
"LATIN LOVERS"
Spencer Tracy, In
"THL ACTRESS"
FLOTA MERCANTE
GRANCOLOMBIANA, S
V
1P. Countess
2Cormorant
3B. Bridge
4Charller
5D. Club
6Marianina
7Courtly P.
R. Gomes 118 Dangerous contender
F. Hldal. 103 Seems 'morning glory'
A. Oonza. lOOx Nothing to recommend
E. Cana. 110 Good early speed
A. Ycaza 108 Closer each time out
R. Vaa. 118 Last was revealing
A. Mena 108 Not ready yet
18th Raee "A" Imported $H Fgs.Purse: $1.444.44 Pool
1Dark M. A. Ycaza 110 Will make It close
2Djelo Solo J. Bravo 110 Racing to top form
3Amorto V. Ordo. 115 Distance handicaps
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STJNDAT. MAT Se. 1954
TK SUNDAT AaVstsUCAlt
-ate*
i-AOB'litill
tffcvoc Caused By Soldier Ants
>n Paramount's 'Marabunta'
Washington Players Set For
Glass Menagerie June 10
NEW ON THE SCREEN, "PAGLIACCI," THE EXCITING
MUSICAL DRAMA OF THE LOVE OF A CLOWN
WHICH WILL B ESHOWN NEXT MONDAY 31st
AT THE CENTRAL THEATRE
I linn dilt mj mu
'^iCLMCtr ROLF MADE FAMOUS BY CARUSO
"Pagliaccl," the tint authentic screen version of the famous
Leoncavallo opera which opens Monday 31st at the Central Thea-
tre, has the well-know Italian opera star, Afro Poli, in the role
t Canlo. the traite Punchinello who la betrayed by his wife and
sings the unforgettable "Vestl la Glubba" (Laugh Clown. Laughi.
Oina Loltotorlgida plays Nedda. the unfaithful wife whose heresy
results in tragedy, and Tito Gobbi. young baritone, *?** the
double role of Tonlo ithe fool) and Silvio (the lover of Nedda).
"PagUacci" was first performed on May 7th, 1802 and the
celebrated French baritone Victor Manuel. san* the role of Tonio
The overflow audience at the Dal Varme Theatre was held
firmly by the touching duality of Its music and drama, and at
the fall of the final curtain the house broke out into a spon-
taneous burst of applause. But, In spite of this popular approval,
one of the local papers next day wrote that the composer and
author should not delude himself, that the child of his brain
wo' a stillborn one, and the sooner it wo burled, the better It
^Adverse*criticism notwithstanding. "PagUacci" became one
of the most frequently performed operas and brought lasting
fame to Its composer. The film version will now afford counties';
millions a new opportunity of seeing and hearing this great
sousicdrama, Advt.
SHOWING AT YOVR SERVICE
CENTER THEATRES TODAY
Picture monster twenty miles
bug and two miles wideforty
square miles of rapidly-advancing,
agonising death!
This is the enemy against which
Eleanor Parker and Charlton Bea-
ton battled in George Pals Tech-
nicolor sdventure film "llarabtm-
ta," which opens at the. Lux
Theater Thursday.
Ob a lonely South American
plantation, with all avenues of
escape cut off. they faced the
savage onslaught of the deadly
Marabuntathe rapacious soldier
ants which, every few genera-
Uons, staged an attack, devouring
everything in their path.
For "Marabunta" producer Pal.
Hollywood's foremost creator o I
i science fiction movies, found it
necessary to lay aside his space
ships and flying saucers in order
to supervise exsct duplication of
Jungle living conditions, flora and
fauna, and the languages of South
American aboriginles.
The anta seen In seversl sequen-
ces were located by Pal and di-
rector Byron Haakin in the Unit-
ed States around the Sierra Moun-
tains and the Rockies. Although in
hibernation, the ants were sent to
the Paramount studio where,
through the heat generated by
huge lamps, they were revived.
Action of Paramount' "Mara-
bunta" centers around a remote
cocoa plantation where Eleanor
Parker, who has married Charlton
Heaton by proxy, arrives to meet
the husband she has never sten.
As might be expected in a
George Pal production, the lovely
Eleanor finds more than her fair
share of excitement in the South
American jungle.
Months of resesrch were spent
in studying the habit of ants,
with exploratory crews sent to
Florida, Panama and Barro Colo-
rado Island searching for the type
of ants required.
It is recorded that at widely
Xrated Intervals some "Snie
1 instinct has caused bllhons
of soldier ants to organize them-
selves into a voracious army of
destruction which has gone on s
msrch of annihilation leaving no-
thing but corpses and desolation
"MSrsbunts" deals with such s
phenomena of nature and how the
death march la finally stopped.
New Navy Mbslle
'Sparrow' Was
Made By Sparry
A new Navy alr-to-alr guided
missile, the Sperry SPARROW 1,
was announced today by the De-
partment of the Navy.
The SPARROW, developed by
the Bureau of Aeronautics and
the Sperry Gyroscope Company,
Is rocket-powered and fully ma-
neuverable at supersonic speeds.
It is light and compact enough
to be carried In multiple units
and can be launched from
fighter-type Jet aircraft
Performance cha racterlstlcs
and the SPARROW'S guidance
system were not disclored.
. More than 100 prototype mis-
siles were constructed and criti-
cally test flown before the Navy |
settled on Its production model.1
A special Navy facility, the Sper- j
ry Farragut Corporation at Bris-'
tol. Tennessee, ia producing the:
SPARROW 1. and ho begun
scheduled deliveries.
Training of aircraft, ship, and
si-ore personnel Is underway for
operational uf.* of this weaoon
by carrier and shore-based air-
craft both In the Atlantic and
pacific Fleets.
to local thesptans to at-,ana aaugnier constantly cnase
a< olay by the Imminent rainbows In the sky and wlah on
of the pen. |" liver Upper of a moon."
The mother meaning well,
A showing of one of Tennessee people who live In a not so real
Williams' full-length plays will world.
take place on the Isthmus for Overcome by disappointment
the first time June 10. The Hotel and shortcomings, three or din-
Washington has given the go ary human beings, a mother, ion
signal to local thesplans to at-,and daughter constantly chase
tempt
motar
I i ne muuier inc
The show, extremely difficult 'constantly haulae the tired,
to produce has received hours restless hreadwtanhTir son The
and hours of careful planning daughter Laura, PlUfully retired
and execution to make Williams ; to world of glass painfully term-
The Glass Menagerie,' a polish-,ed the Glass Menagerie by her
ed work of art. mother. Their worlds are alike
U yet different.
This is a part of the story
for the events
ion. too lona for thV'imont of;that follow ^.n^" **
talent available. Under the ex- the ion. who U teUtog the story.
hand of.Unlike 'Streetcar Named Desire.'
rle Is not based
on sincerity
have! and love that was overbearing.
memorable playso human
Cesar Romero Having Troubje
Preserving His Bachelorhoi

It ho been a lona time sines
a play ho been produces In Co-It 1
latent avauaoie. unaer me B*.*" ,,r,'. I.
perienced and guiding hand of;Urdlke 'Brertttrjli
Paul E. Da via. former director of I the Olasa Menaarie
the Circle Theater, the Wash-on the animal but
ington Square Players
formed and tone Into rehearsal. Am-----
Like the Circle Theater, theyare in ltt presentation t
amateurs striving present
of good taste and quality.
The
amateurs striving present play strikingly waUstte.
uallt
Jdered by r ny criflcs, o'ttie s'treT both S Colon
Glass Menagerie,
Tickets arc
now on ale at the Hotel Wash-
con-1 ington and in the down town
and Pan-
finest piece of work the amb
tious writer has produced. U
centered around three very real
MEG ICO CITY. May 2 (UP>-
Deiptte Cesar Romero's protesta-
tions that he's "past" the marry-
ing age, there's a legion of seor-
itas down Mexico way who ap-
parently think otherwise. ,
"I'm having real trouble pre-
serving my bacherlorhood here,"
he said. They're ao persistent,
these girls!"
Romero worked with Gary Coop-
er and Burt Lancaster in a pic-
ture called "Ver Crut," and ad-
mitted he enjoyed himself i m-
mensely in this tropical land.
Wrerever be went, in the capital
or In nearby Cnernavaca, were
some scenes for the picture were
filmed, the women were ia pursuit.
All in vain, of course.
"I"m not complaining, you un-
derstand,** he said, "but I really
am past this marrying stage, u
the girls haven't hooked an actor
the time he's 35, then they should
give up. I've had a few awk-
ward moments at one time or an-
"
rrtr
ama Seating capacity Is limited. ** moments at one time or an-
Ad^miasion tljTand curtain her. * now you can classify
iiStrt me as a very, very confirmed
time u a.su. h..|,.|_ ..
MOV IK TV
by Eraiu.se
HOLLYWOOD - wood on TV: A whole crop of Rale's performance In "Sptadls-
new poel shows is headed for top" in the Cavalcade of Amertea ask for autogr
the home screens under the poUw series. .Eyebrow lifter: CBS preferred s Us
label of "8unrmer Replacements."'tatting about dubbing the Amos.
'n' Andy shows m Spanish for
As an sntioanel show man, 1, tamale-Uad. Promised but not
have a definite place where Id)hoped for: A kid series with a
like to place all panel shows, with cast of midgets wearing false
apologies to Bennett Cerf, Arlene heads. Fanmania: You can now
FYancis, Garry MoorJ d Alan buy a Liberace mask. Ughl
Wilson's sctor friend who's been
bachelor.
"Besides," he added, "I've al-
ways liked living alone. I like my
freedom, and I like to come and
go as I please. Some actors seem
to need the home and fireside, but
it never had much appeal for me."
At 47, the six-fooUhree- n c h
actor is as hsndsome as ever, and
can readily tan on the charm
that melts a maiden's resistance.
Dozens of seoritas phoned his
hotel here every day, and they
lined up outside the Emperor
Maximilian's palace, one of the
main filming sites for the picture,
to catch a glimpse of him. Some
ask for autographs, a few openly
s*.
on a panel show so long he's cele
orating his 50th callous.
TEXTILE WORKERS in conven-
tion at Atlantic City were told
But painless, ?snel-feM TV dsys there's s depressed condition In
msy be Just around the corner their Industry because of TV. Peo-
because even famous panel-sitters, Pie who stay home don't dress up.
i pan
I've discovered, say they don't like
panel shows.
West eae doesn't, anyway.
He's Bill Cullen, who's still play
ing the guessing game on "I've
Got a Secret" in New York be-
tween weekly plane trips to Hol-
lywood as chief cook-and bottle
washer on "Place the Face."
panel shows are considered enter-
tainment. Maybe it's because peo-
ple identify themselves with the
experts snd because the entertain-
ment kinds sneaks up on you. All
I know is that I wouldn't-watch a
panel show even one that I'm on."
Maybe Danny Thomas' grue-
some ides could kill off sll panel
shows in 13 weeks. Up at the Sends
Hotel in Las Vega, he's threaten-
ing audiences with a show called
"What's My Indigestion?"
With beer brewers, pillow msk-
ers, pretzel benders, candy mak-
ers, rug cleaner and upholstery
refinishers having it so good, may
be there should he a "Dress Uj
While Watching TV week
crease textile ules.
P
to in-
There could, even be mood
clothes. Cowboy attire for west-
erns, a variety wardrobe for Om-
nibus, a disguise for Dragnet, leo-
pard skin leotards for too Parade,
white tie and tails for opera, a
collection of pajamas for toe late,
late, late shows, etc.
' Eve Arden wound up enough
"Our Miss Brooks" stanzas to take
her through the rest of the season
and get her started on the next
She'll await the September stork
date on her 40-acre ranch next to
the Alan Ladd hacienda. ."Scat-
Army-Navy Club
Dance To Benefit
Childrens' Home
You name it and you can play
It at the Army-Navy Club Sat-
urday night, June 5, when a
benefit casino, bingo and dance
win be held with the Bella Vista
Children's Home participating In
the proceeds.
Club members.
Zone
Contestants come In with heart-1 tergood Baines" win be a fall en-
1:00-1:54 4:40 :30 8:28
AIR-CONDITIONED e
BALBOA.
*
6-47 Bombers Get
High On Highballs
CINCINNATI, 0. (UP)-Water
and alcohol "highballs" are being
served to jet engines powering the
Air Force's B-47 bombers to give
extra power for takeoffs,
A mixture of water and alcohol
is Injected into the combustion
chamber of each of the B-47's six
Jet engines. This Increases the flow
of fuel into the engines snd the
velocity of the Jet gases, thereby
providing grester thrust.
1 Great Enthusiasm For
Hazel Scott Concert To
''e Presented Jung 2nd.
burn and the panelists try e
what they ale.
Ann Sheridan's changed her
mind and will make a telefilm pil-
ot, "Las Vegas Woman," for Jack
Chertok. Comedy and drama in
the land of snake eyes and box-
cars. .Marie Wilson's mother is
up and about again after serious
surgery. -Tip to aqtl-TV folks:
Move to N e w Hampshire, only
state in the union without a TV
station.
THERE ABE video plans for the:
Railroad Hour, with Gordon Mac-'
Rae thinking it over. Jimmy
Durante, live, and Donald O'Con-
nor, on film, alternate for Texaco
next season on a Saturday night
half hear. _____
The big reconciliation meeting
for Phyllis Avery and Don Taylor
takes place in London in two
weeks. She's flying over before
rci' oing to the TV csmer
P Miuand's everlovin' in
Mr McNutley."
ras a*
Mee'
try ia the week after week league.
ALAN YOUNG says he'll work
ALONE in a portable cage wKh
two liona and a black panther on
his first Saturday Night Revne
show ia June. After sparring with
CBS executives for a year, it
should be a cinch.
residente of
the Canal Zone and the Repub-
lic of Panama oe Invited to at-
tend the evening of fun which
will start at 7 p.m. when free
cocktails will be served until
8:30.
Included amona the features
on the program will be a raffle
with a silver coffee and tea
service and a portable radio o
first and second prises.
Tea door prises will also be
given away.
Officials have announced that
during bingo. Si000 in nv*r-l
chandue and cash prises will be
given to winners.
For the early arrivals, a spe -
clal fried chicken dinner for SI
will feature the menu. Rerflrvs-
tlons must be made for dinner.

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growth:
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almost impossible to believe that I
had this experience only six years
ago. Now the cry is for more and
nore film, with half-hour show
' is between $30,000 and $30,-
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Ave.: Mrs. Claudia Mclntceh. No.
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This housewife, whose hebby has turned Into a thriving business,
Imws (above) a few of the candles in her stock, now valued sit
(S2e,*M. Mrs. Lo Piccolo has a unique collection of 23M layers.
BY FLORENCE V. HARTEN
NEA Staff Writer
NEW YORK, May 28 (NEA) I old when he received it from the
One day during World War II, Peg owner of a Munich Wax works
Lo Piccolo of "Fair Haven, N. J.. i during a trip to Europe with her
agreed to lend her husband a hand father.
S in his grocery store, where there
R was a shortage of. help.
The helpful housewife had just
I one proriso: that he would let her
K decorate one corner of the shop and the Scandinavian nations,
with candles from her vast collec- She hai even made a special
m tion. l^riP to Alaska- for a candle. "My

She has collected most of the
other trips abroad. The collection
includes mementos of England,
Switzerland, France, Germany
That's how a hobby begun in husband and I drove
childhood > turned itself into a j tost summer, to get a
thriving business with a (20,000
inventory. .
Customers began asking to buy
tile candles. Business, once start-
ed, picked up so rapidly that Hr.
Lo Piccolo soon complained her
candle stock was running him out
("business.
to Alaska
totem pole
taper," she says.
Asked to explain the growing
interest in .candies, Mrs. Lo Pic
colo said:
"Now they're no longer needed
for light, except in emergencies,
they've become more desirable.
In fact, my shop slogan is, 'Can-
Thle aan-werebinper to using a new tannin lottea that'
.te keep skin Mem and smooth aa it coaxes a brease glow.
BY ALICIA HART
The first, day of the sunning from 15 minutes to a half hour.
Father's Day gifts thai get the biggest weleeaae recepcin are
these that add to has wardrobe in a way he wouldn't think of
doing for himself. Or, If he's gadget-minded, hell be pleased
with a gadget that's both fun and practical. Per wear nay where
under the sun (left), the white feto s.lrt and washable rayon
eheek walking shorts are Ideal. Color slide viewer (upper cen-
ter) folds to flt late Dad's pocket, allows him to show his favorite
full-color dim slides anytime, anywhere. Vacation kit (center)
easily for trips or can be stewed away In n desk. It's >
packaged in plastic envelope with transparent window, contains '
having lotion and deodorant. New barefoot sandal (lower een-
tar) has thick, lightweight crepe sole that protects feet fresa wet
earth and hot rocks. It's in denim, to washable. Golf Jacket i
(right) Is 20 per cent wool, 80 per cent orlon, Is lightweight but,
warm, has a nylon slpper. Contrasting ribbing at shoulders per-,
freedom of movement. It's shown here in gray with red.;
Co she rented a cabin across
he street and opened a candle
dies Worthy of Sterling.' And it i you do some planning before you
seems to me there are a lot more, shop.
NEW YORK (NEA) Picking about even wear golfing knickers any
bout a present for Pop, to be hand-1 more,
ed him at breakfast on Father's
Day, isn't really a difficult job if
brides with silver candlesticka to
slop. Today the Candlelight Shop'show off nowadays.
pies five rooms and another "Then of course," she contln-

occuples
is to be added next year.
In her private collection,
Lo Pjfholo has ,2300 unique
dies Iran " p" <* the vorU-
She won't attempt to set a price
on them, but does assert, "I nave
one I wouldn't take a thousand
dollars for."
This priceless cadle is the one
that started her on the profitable
She was
just
ued, "candles do more today
Mrs. Some exude perfume: others re-
can- p i mosquitoes; others burn a
rainbow of colors."
It's possible Mrs. Lo Piccolo
herself is partly responsible for
the bright state of candles. She
has appeared on numerous tele-
vision shows and addressed hun-
dreds of women's groups in the
A knowledge of bis special!
likes and dislikes is helpfuf Re-'
member, just because be liked I
Rudy Vallee, mah jong and the
color blue when he married you
doesn't mean that his tastes are
unchanged. He probably doesn't
Try becoming a Sherlock on
your own. By observation and by
listening to him, you may discov-
er that you're armed with a
whole new list of likes from which
to choose when you go out to
shop.
If not, strive hard
gift (or gifts) both
practical. Buy him
but one with a difference. Or, if
it's a jacket he wants, get one
that's lightweight but warm. I f
he wants vacation footwear, pick
sandals that are complet e 1 y
washable.
You might give him some sort
of special recognition on Father's.
Day, someting that sets the day
apart.
gest (of your own accord) seeing
a double-header together?
And really try to understand the
game. He'll be pleased even
though he doesn't find the words
to say so.
Aside from the special, treat,
see that he has his favorite dish-
es, that a few old friends are
and that he
to find a Most men loathe breakfast | n.| asked in for dinner, .
unusual and, bed so. if you've been a baseball feels, at the end of the day, that
a shirt, yea, season poses a temptation to ma-
ny girls. And, though they receive
many warnings, not all remember
that tanning takes time.
If you allow yourself to get an
overdose of sun your first dy out,
you'll end up with an unattrac-
tive, uncomfortable burn and may
possibly become ill.
Furthermore, the sunburn that's
acquired in a hurry will go from
burning red to itchy peeling with-
out leaving a trace of the golden
glow you desire.
Better to go slow and be sure of
the results. Instead of doing your
first, sun bathing at the beach
where it is difficult to limit expo-
sure time (and where tbawatar'a
reflection Intensifies the sun's
ray), plan several preliminary
sessions at home, on roof or in the
yard.
Depending on your skin's sens!-
tivity, time the first session for ger of breakage.
Then gradually increase it When
you do set off to the beach you
will have a light tan that will help
safeguard you from a severe
burn. Besides, you'll look much
prettier in your bathing suit.
Using a sun lotion will also help
to prevent burning and to encour-
age an attractive bronze coloring
rather than painful, ugly red.
One famous cosmetic bouse has
just introduced a creamy sungold
lotion for this purpose that's also
said to protect the skin from dry-
ing in the tanning process.
According to the firm, the pre-
paration can be smoothed on
from fsce to foot and will leave
no trace of stickiness. And it's
necessary to use only a few drops.
The new ten coaxer cornea in a
plastic bottle that can be kept
clean easily and eliminates dan-
f-^ermanent fltala
seven years east.
fep (Jour petticoats rerku ^And Crisp
beau [jour (^toth
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petticoats that lend wide.
o summer sheers needn't
the warm-weather blues of
.who does her own wash-
I ironing.
There are many available now
in the miracle fabrics that thrive.
in sudsing, shun ironing.
And, because of their fast-dry-
ing qualities, it's possible to wear
I aid wash them frequently though
|'s supply is limited.

petticoats in nylon, orlon,
or fabric combinations
can.be washed In the same man-
navas other lingerie. After suds-
iina and rinsing, they should be
(.Sang to drip dry. Attempts to re-
move excess moisture will only
-result in wrinkling.
So yours can drip away without
doing damage, hang it over the
bath tub. Or, if this is not possible,
put a suction hook on the wall in
your room, tack up a protective
sheet of plastic long enough to
cover the floor beneath the petti-
EUS3Y
One of the worst things you can
do toiJt child is force him to eat.
The -displeasure experienced by
1
The trim of this dainty nylon-
rlon petticoat (above) is be-
ing Anger-pressed as it drip-
dries. Newspapers catch drip.
coat. Then cover the area with
newspapers to catch the drip.
After hnging- up the petticott,
smooth it carefully, especially a-
the unwilling eater,' doctors tell|round ,aee- c,tol* or oth,r trim
us, stops the flow of juices that
/ 1
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Giant white collera ride at the
head of the fashion parade this
spring. And following them this
summer, we'll see many big,
breezy berthas.
Popular as these neckline fash-
ions are, however, they are not for
you if you are short. Remember,
a style is fashionable only if it
looks well on the wearer. The
well-groomed woman wears the
i latest not merely because it is new
but because It becomes her.
So, if you're less than medium
height, avoid bulk, in accessories
as well as in skirt and bodice.
Wide lines will make you look
shorter, while narrow, vertical
lines will tend to add height.
Heavy hips is a common figure
fault among women in thli coun-
try. And it's often pointed up by
narrow shoulders, creating what
has been termed the pear shape.
If you are similarly built, con-
aider this factor as well ss your
short stature in selecting clothes.
To make your shoulders more
Erominent, wear stand-up collars,
ut have your shoulders only
slightly padded.
Concentrate on playing down
your hips. Never wear a suit jack-
et thats cut across the heaviest
part of your hips. Pass by dress
| es that have draping and large
pockets over the hips. A skirt
that's slightly flared at the hem-
line does the best job of giving a
slimmer look.
Wife WintKufeOpLSe^Jn^tWai
are necessary to digestion. So
han't force Baby to eat. Consult
your doctor on the best way to e-
ducate his taste in food.
&
eaul
Dips
If yod are a yound mother, you
Before giving yourself a perms-
may be so anxious to do all that nent, be sure to snip off split ends,
is right for Baby you'll neglect "------w-'-------
tying him. Both you and Baby
! be happier if you take time
each day to hare fun with him,
even if occasionally your efficien-
cy slips a bit Take lots of snap-
shots snd keep a diary of what he
does. When he wakes from bis af-
ternoon nap, he's likely to be in a
playful mood. So be prepared to
Join him for some fun.
Some young mothers have a dif-
If your bair needs trimming, have
it done after permaneming it.
An ankle-slimming routine and
housework can be combined eas-
ily. When using a dust mop or car-
pet sweeper, tiptoe.. Do this for
only a few minutes the first day
and gradually work up to tiptoe-
ing through the entire mopping
process.
HELPFUL HINTS
By United Press
Double the life of plain window
curtains by making top and botto
hems the same width, so they can
be reversed on the rods after each
laundering.
Give new flavor to gingerbread
or molasses cookies by adding a
bit of grated orange peel to the
batter.
Reduce the odor of cooked tur-
nips by adding a teaspoon of sugar
to the water.
Permanent pleating has cerne te the swlmsult. It's shown here
la erlon-and wool Jersey that washes easily, dries quickly. Presa '
maker style has softly-melded bodice, provides pore flattery for
the ngnre.-By GAILE DUGAS, NEA VYemea's Miter. .
D4er*s oLouers D\not Kolls
BY GAYNOR MADDOX
Cteek a couple of pedometers In a recent test te prove who has the hardest job, the lady ef the
(use or her husband. Men wont like it but the test showed that the housewife on the to"enE
distances her husband by far. Hechecks' pedometer (left) during coffee b^lftjto * cheek? hers.
Don't use soap in cleaning rugs.
The National Institute of Rug
If you don't fully fill the upper | Cleaning says that soap leaves a
liealt time deciding just how oft- halves of your bra cups, you can I film which attracts fresh dirt For
ea to pick up Baby. Psychologists buy thin paddings for the lower
new/ feu us that it's good for both halves that will gently lift the
~|and Baby to pick him up sev-. breasts to create a more nearly
tames during the day, to talk; perfect line.
- softly and pat him gentlv. .-------
him up when he is good, U your skin has proved allergic
_trjin hhn te think of it as to deodorants or cosmetics, ask
tord for being good. On the at your department store's cosme-
Jiand, while it is all right to tic counter about "products made
up when be is fretful, it especially for women with this
rise to make a habit of j, problem.
quick treatment ef spills, use a ae
trsl detergent. And don't whale
rugs with a beater. Beating may
break the backing of the rug.
NEW YORK (NEA)At last,
there's a handy little modern
weapon of warfare to be used in
that eternal battle of the sexes:
Which has the toughest job, home-
maker or breadwinner?
This long-standing debate was
ended recently in at least one
household when a New Jersey
couple, Alice snd Bill Lucaire,
agreed to attach pedometers to
their ankles and thus clock every
step they took from Monday to
the following Friday evening.
The walkatbon, sponsored b y
the Tide Washing Clinic, was
staged by a husband and wife
who are parents to three very
active children. BHl is a sales-
man, traveling for an industrial
tape concern. Alice keeps track
of the three little ones anda
six-room bouse, too.
On Monday morning, Alice ean the day cooking breakfast for
hooked on her pedometer and be
warm water and soap, alcohol or
ammonia.
Soak neglected paint brushes in
hot vinegar to clean and make
them pliable again.
Chopped meat spoils faster than
the whole cut.
To remove buttons without cut
ting the fabric, slide a comb under
the button and then cut he bread i
wih a razor Made. Don't wash eggs before storing.
_ -------- I Washing destroys the protective
Te remove iodine stains, ase fila which keeps out air and odors. 1
five while her husband read the
morning paper. At 8:30, as she
was doing the dishes, he wis driv-
ing slong the turnpike.
So far, the score was one half
mile for Alice and 0 for Bill.
At 10, Alice went down to the
basement, getting the first load
of washing started. Then the
phone rang. She dashed up
stairs again. It'was Bill. Wanting
to know hew her pedometer check-
ed.
Pelka dot scarves around aeek
and hat give fresh look te that
iris (above) spring basic
Once more, Alice headed for
the basement when the doorbell
rang. A salesman.
Meanwhile, Bill has made his
first call, where he spent 30 min-
;utes. -At 10:31, he stopped for a
cup of coffee. Alice was making
' the beds and getting lunch for
i the children.' By noon, her score
. was three miles.
L And by noon, BUI has sdded
another three calls to his nornlng
list, a quarter of a mile for each
call. At exactly 12 noon, when he
went to lunch, his record read a
mile and a half.
During the afternoon, he made
mother four calls, while Alice was
running around the house vacuum-
ing rugs. At the supermarket,
ishe met a neighbor who thought ..
I the pedometer idea such a good champ.
For brides-to-be, here's a lover's
knot hint about sugar and spice.
It comes from Mrs. Clayton Rohr-
bach, Jr. of Rochester, N. Y. She's
a former home economics teacher
and knows her spices. The pie
recipe is hers, too.
Lever's. Knot Rolls
(Yield: 2 desea roils)
One-half cup butter or marga-
rine, IV cup warm water (110 to
115 degrees F.), l tablespoon
sugar, 3 eggs, 1 teaspoon salt, 1
teaspoon pure vanilla extract, IV*
cupa sifted all-purpose flour, IV
cup chopped nuts, U cup sugar,
V4 teaspoon ground cinnamon.
Mix butter or margarine with
one that she wanted to borrow it
just to prove to her husband (for
once and for all) that housekeep
ing is no cinch.
By Wednesday evening, Alice
had a score of 12* miles while
Bill trailed slong with a mere 7V
miles. Even the children were tak-
ing an interest by now, making
comments that ran something like
this:
"Gee, Pop, you don't work any-
where near aa hard as Mom, do
you?" Mom would smile.
Pop's answer to this is, quite
naturally, censored.
On Friday evening, when the
contest ended, Alice was, quite
naturally, the winner. Bet you're
surprised. Alice waan't. Her
score was WV while her husband's
was 10'4
"I knew it all the time," she
said, smiling the smile ef a
IV cups flour until the mixture
resembles corn meal. Soften yeast
in warm water (not hot). Add
sugar and stir into the flour mix-
ture until smooth. Cover, Let
stand 20 minutes.
Beat in eggs, salt and vanilla
extract. Gradually add the re-
maining flour. Cover. Let rise In a
warm place 80 to 85 degrees. F.
until double in she.
Plch off pieces ef dough the
size of walnuts and roll in a mix-
ture of the nuts and the V* cup
sugar and cinnamon. Then roll
into 6-inch lengths and tie to
form a kot. Place on greased
cookie sheets. Let rise about ie
minutes st room temper ature.
Bake 12 to 15 minutes in a hot
oven (425 degrees P.).
Fresh Blueberry Pie
(servings)
One cup sugar, 3 tablespoons
quick-cooking tapioca, V* tea-
spoen salt, Vi teaspoon ground
cinnamon, V teaspoon grated
temen rind, 4 cups fresh blue-
berries, l tablespoon fresh lemon
juice, 2 tablespoons butter or mar-
garine pastry for 2-crust -inch
Pie.
Combine first 7 ingredients.
Turn into 9-inch pie plate, lined
with pastry. Dot with batter o r
margarine. Cover with remain-
ing pastry, rolled into vt-inch
thickness. Trim, turn under and
flute edge. Cut a gash in the top
crust te allow steam to escape.
Bake 40 minutes or until crua
brown in s hot oven (423


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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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