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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00440
 Material Information
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]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00440
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IS PJEL at thed -75 H hta .IE jIOLLMdcs It-lyanuette Ar-
lit*.. reve, Mrsi. Diurrane and p la O OF RUTe-ypra* i.
if D. A.te uaar asked to attend etae
..P...rman Vincent
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,, Mrs. A. . n 6n HE1aO S OF UTH--E LAT EET.

fSaervatofh may be made bto thl mutual beneft? a On wa s1unn daea h N 1e te Fowler H
Mens 7 t a e I a ave_ eve, areMA ptoaetten c age and Crusts directly Into a paper

- 874134, base egeuts reuatt ndh. t-..-a--h- t oI i m. seln ut .
Y KAY i s lbDD a busy homemaker and her oft The children, of course won't
SDocto rs.' Wives Club Lenhe NA Sta Writer spring. mi a pnic table. Hungrd youns
The Do jpt Wives Club will 'MWater play," for example is o... eat anywhere, any place a.
TAMI EWS ax o thei hold its. rea monthly .. B~hY- Summer is ih time and the a ready-made outdoor pat- anytime, with or without a vpei'al t
adntw -'..n iii -s. w lathe o n Wedne I at. 1-- p.m at back yard Is replace to relax Nursery-aehop teachers ha m ldvltatin.
mer Judith Arlne Crooks. Thyoun cole A re at home to the Abrook Officers' Club the rules of pl at ame procedure me frequently that small f the
ttiI ra t 1o Loona Reservathions may be made by for mal l ch ld, seldom get n enough "water kHowever, its easy to Improvise
DR. tler, M r hostes. MuU.L F With some reason, I tie sonea ad you'd better d1 so. Oth.
D. AND 1o TOWN iD O T Mu I 2We1617. lL me of the prescribe rou. cause few of ao can permit a erwise, plan to make up a n
e h f a cl i tines that must be followed in- o dabble and splash to his e tt's lunch ample enough for the
Dr. Mrs. r Townse. d wear home eo K ui Ofier'is Club doors can be set aside in warm content indoors, dogs and cats in d w phbor-
-r s e hl Lu w "ee weather to theT mutual benefit of On warm, sunny dpys, how. a ie, wi seetl o u s arntp
S io Itlth rhne areu T ly n s _bel P ae T helo Monbd Officers' 73 ve. eir the chaes.ant all t n u carton
'One huAtirel azi flft7 gests attended the affair. o lunheo meen a t Fort s"la hi n mIn wle h t o a clth
To Oficrs Ms "o J 15 old water.A smaing sn need tori t
S He.re For Bsr Visit aes ltcl'ded Mrs. W. ant rvati00 p.ma. f for dery children, be u ", wr a nd sterling for the r back-
Mr.e and Mrs William Stool er hock, h s. s. T. Moore, Mrs. discove red, ie an old dishpan with yard set. WE
of Shifter, California are visit W.J. ReAlly, Mrs. H. Klbgaard, Th guest shaker will be Dia- a coupe of inches of water In ait. ie l to

no te e. w it Sa c s for a ten d Mr. PP Mrs. C. L Cayne, Mrs. A. C. na C ar ruber, whose topic Ibots acn re af s wia akn d

the Faran Hadl e Sta l Dur ing Buragraf, Mrs. W. Baum, Mrs. Hostesses for the aiwir will be clothes and as the sou ee for the
their stay in Panama the visitors C. Collins, Jr., Mrs. H. Mrs. J. E. Wasiak Mrs. C. Lan- .tipr men i edient for n.ud pies. cat n
llbeU fL. estr at there J Wohoite and au nhso. dry, and Mrs. L. catcher. Natural when smaU ildrenn e
elt at t Hte v .c Rbersn an rTortWo.sbeOfie Wh .t are laying around a pool you N. Jur t
'-F er theirsis W.SS BO nidmeBw thr. MU A k,
e h untcan. Cardibbehe Stamp Club Meetg ep an eye on them. Io
-.n.-. ,,dolt lLb Rr t s .ay bemaei of orlder chiiedomng t uteno, wue andosterling t'sehtasy btokmp Wvs

Mrs. ,a.er Honored A Tea -The regular bi-monthly meeting prefer to add water to pool or
Mr andMWiliam hostersMpanarit'sonededasootrs.eristoverd b dithyands et
D&AShorteornia or isi t W.MJ. Re?: Mrs.i T H. K ba u21d, Thetof gyest aercan wig -c pra- a y cople opninhe s Pla w eater wit .

Mrs.t.F. eare who p is tet r To U l. of the Caribbean Stamp Club wia p n 1 sM ltas cneededra terth.
to leave the Isthmus the neaf Mr. and Mrs. PhilipnAlexis P be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. oin c i up the container all at once.
r li life n Jacksion- ry of New York and Los A .nge- t brat s br Ief your kitchen can-opener sole -
Sa I. do tm. in their Mraut, r s.- ho te a l toes n sthe l yi fOr the
h oinrstayFrcAlnthevebypan toleave Mrs. aSthmus MajarE I Atur ed rs o atdn.e Retmpties b nf o rioudlds,
la I . The"Fort visite asr aon tOfer for the as th pic trech -an sticpend'a C )Y i \ LaCtF

e with a crystal bowl of whiten Mrm. Parry ha been with TCA. o Mrs. Calmar Batealden, 0536-B the touch, are almost unbreak-
c eonsead aimed -t sig est speattnded oh wfo teir ar dis se s abhn the de rtu nde teh |ann

Ms ..stl.ks holdi white tps Tore Ue lhs ben on Gu a riban Ta mp A ub w
He rea Lo BefmV 0 t h nesd c tioo. and r.Ph.ltpA ue tr00 P r s.f hel Mo ondyh atl7:30 p.m. ree u rp the tain her tones frtebakW

fettr saifted the hos.iiesses. blM StaR relee otmuoth lovl lan crdow r a s tandstth the m.
';- ': A sooe Chid," a- lafew u or claule aft fqr children w TAA
o ne'. Isthmu ftht .et7eto.wn_ ome-. e r~.o. .iita sC e use s ns e G.y efor o otdentscal t ratment in the e f

l* FlorencehoYrd M Uo s a Mrs r s ors. crayts"lteattend. or Bathc: arhtorllsi
t esheF male- I Pope,'rr.r ,sTh W, o ut s Awin e Waoapwllebeeelorthes tools of the oruc I or uder.
wil bebTaaetoucharoundaa a l t una .

'twiMr. hs Pe w RtCh T.e Clbteedskehaspoyo can hWshadyt r.B. Play will cease with
foStraus, Mrs. Edio EdAli der To Address ~t your natural shade. fewer squawks, and the kitchen
U o r .0 whodas e Clinchard. Mrs. he i Sp Clubanche from 12 fashions stays considerably neater.
r. .uoTeue at a.au Tt n Auxiliaryte right shade. I find that a tomato basket,

te lthe 10tie the r n M .i be held Tues Monday at 7:30 p.m. aiabi o a convenient container for carry-n
e iaeJ n .drfewYrandmof o gthe American Legion Club, Fort I Iof yong and serving san.dwicse, fruit,
-.,..... ,......... -h ,'I zmadr. Exluive Distributers: vegetables and hard-boiled eggs.
.O ,RTfAt. s. I rodea ,trt car ase tesoth. D-resntr Por In Representacionesr. the backbone of a nutritious and ,
iW EB C 0 r" B ^ w T /n m formation Offt r for the Carib- r practically work-free meaL
b d .n bean Commpnant will bne the NestC rIiseCiCh. Let the children at he lp tahle m-
s aker anvited towill give his adess elves fror uthe tbhasket, ande
8:"0 & a i to bv n e pbymr-eetthem to drop the porchndsushells

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dOOris.L. THE yu or sh.

h0titedbes hold anoAleanbeheaslrsaln Mon- Head Office: F
Fort Clayton for the plaV "aand- 145
lelPght." Toynouts will be held for INCLUDING DOMEST
.-( jthe Wrol m nsAlthe General in this
.Mut splay. 71 Branches in GreDeterk New Yorkh
Aulirthose sa interested n est esactisd nesteg,
Pewre high a tc s al y bhe ag or or eattan the oar wok o shO ethalotobak
ye tw ala w n goal n .reg ...ed ) trehearsaTl er on -mea fewr h rts..mo en.. ..
br nwLthee "t* 17 JEWELS Obnig..atis ofterneera Abgesiens
L. D-1uaia sne givesneto yoaae Spfctn-g Crb NoticeO

p1.000 y.Bua Th Dbpb State and Municipal Securities .
tetoh i ehet Monday at 7:30 pm. in the Other SecuritiesHoanera...............esdcru

'"teof t w Diablo Club House. Members are oLoans and Discounts.............
Mua t I'hre- asked to be present for the -in-. Real Estate Loans and Securities .es
I mMlikeleather tion of new officers and other Customr' Liability for Acceptances
Sthat i" esi.likeitlAot important business. Stock Ii Federal Reserve Bank -. ...

h...l.. .. ew Returns From US Bank Premisesd.....................I
Mr. Mes C Henrque ed- Other Asset...................
ami"o A us t anagereof heoFranil Cor.
Mrs. ...e MsRhiyua hi representatives of Piyears RoHeadOfficeE-

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Deposits .......... .......... ............. ..................... ,455,443,B5
Liability on Acceptances and Bills ..............................$ 66.511,778
Less: Own Acceptances in Portfolio ............................. 3,578.047 29,933,731
Due to Foreign Central Banks ............................................... 11 ,000
Un Foreign Currenciesu
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Unearned Discount and Other Unearned Income ........................ .12*3,,yl
Interest, Taxes. Other Accrued Expenses, etc. .............................. 3S,-
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Capital ............................................. .$150000,000
47.500,000 Shares $20 Par)
Surplus ........................... ............ 200800 ,0.0
Undivided Profits ..........: .......................... S

Figures of Overseas Branches are as of June 25.
Affiliate of The National City Bank of New York
for separate administration of trust functions.

Head Office: 22 William Street, New York
Capital Funds $32,439,461 .


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r6as e (right) that housewives welcome 6o
1nr the honel. Both eolor and design can be linked I w -
mist, fabries, towels, lamps and table linens from which the
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YORK (NEA)-Collecting dash, sophistication and wit, to
eant as a hostess is easy mase htem appealing as well as
as. You need' have on practical.
pm me cast af Broadway mug-
nor produce .a tape recording In some of the new all-over
It conversation at your last designs, the strawberry and ra-
diant rose patterns have a do-it-
youselt allure. These patterns
Wluatrial designers are hand- come in cloths, runners, mats,
hou Swi rea l beaks in kitchen towels and toweling a a
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t sn that relates Into the patterm, the cloth can be
tel es to towels to made into. table mats and even
StM o totensls., bedspreads, .dst ruffles curtains
Rhae -f took *ilson and and at-*ome' clothes..
Peord Nirew York design
H ,lines for the table There's limit, of course, to
cme a reas uversation how tar y6u'l want to go with
New corner tmslments, this sort of thing. Mr. Wilson and
created ~y as obor. Mr. Foord are not suggesting that
the asyf metric, yo appear In separates made
toii a, darture in from e radiant rose, against a
-. background of radiant rose table
mats, runn.ote.Aw q Bte.a
a '.able talk towels- .
,your "ato pi F "But we do feel., Fritz
Su.r. mnner and tea Foord, "that a woman .lkes to
r do, ette and hitch. be abl to pick and boho from
m ,-i, tradional or pro. Sa .. related obIts to
f andin dranttic col. baye s htlet.or as .m h o esi2
the circus, the barn- cordino6Fn ir a .
the strawberr patch likes. a
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aside a***

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hs eye of the bride, home decoration completely -'d
igormet, the host- concerning, this is a new and d.
Sv n doe with fSreat i .l J g*ide.

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, The sweater, -ut Ie a, blouse or packet and tri tw itl lIfarm.
has asstnged& fashion ce it's never bdbe*i. temprb
show here three for t fYfor summer. Pine-knalt wode pal batt as adstan-way collar. Dee
(left) In the beautiful greet-blue of the tropics has Call-white to s n0e$nf. There are sweaters for every*
edging for V neckline. Surplice sweater (center) Is In eight, for every tine of the day.

NEA Woman's Editer
W YORK (NEA)-The a|ea-
r is big fashionMor pg, Mb
night and in-befween tme4.
the thing to wear. It goe 0er
daytime dresses, is good company
for evening gowns and looks well
with toreador pants, skirts, suits
and slacks.
Its I blon Impactis felt all the
t to bottom in price.
t o D ooeume. ,3
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Many of the designs look as if
they're bulky, when ac tually
they're lightweight but warm.
There are very fine knits for dream.
sy wear, some of these jeweled
or Ipquned and some not. Swea-



Every mother knows aay
should not ", gen chilled

ma. And c t's not wise to
allow the juie to stand at room
temperature until it's right for
drinking since exposuree also will
reduce the vitamin content.
The solution, however, is sim-
ple and uarItee Ba11by getting
all the vitamst. nature-provided.
Allow the oranges themselves to
stand for an hour at room tem-
perature before squeezing.
Its dfisault for a parent to'
know lo t en stop doing
thing for aby. generally, you
are sb letuItr to do
at aWhe es the
0he is ainhiii1Acceptm
a he~~lp him be -
tr. t to i with
his eb Too much help will on. If
ly discourage him. app
-. .ror
A it 1
It Baby balks at cereal, and can
eutea et supper time for his bot- cos
tie, use strategy to get him into F
the cereal routine. Offer him a soft
spooful of something he loves, ror
such as fruit then a spoonful of wit
the cereal. Change to two ppon- of
Ais of cereal and one of fruit aft- mir
er a few feedings, y the end of'ed
the week, Baby ought to be fully tad n
accustomed to the new food. of

.ero andt ,rred S i I,, w n/aL
o0e (Sounce) can Norway kip.
persM., 1 es-u, ne butter or
margaine, i tabespeop bread -0--
;u;be, sal, pepper to tate.
For some years now, lipstick inai
.... 1 b t has been as much a pat of a '
r: a." ., and woman's grooming rita- a so
sl= with *4"M p cP'tomb .So It ii natepl to think mo
d" can?49 k ip that most of us "U'd be quite her
Sthe ontentsk. r pficient in the uae of both. t e
iBLUWkO IWS ~U th Bu air tylists asrt that fewW aIo
33 F. j S women comb their hair skillfully. by
W c:On t Of veS AO oAad eem a casal oheer-vaU IO c I
a M *I..goM".".,"-'- "*' so sta ft few are ade t at ap-! pra
aft WOMW W ON to O N I ...
am" *oe an too daid to do ban
t A tBbw the natural oUnea
W& d. Io Dif! llt 1 nut. Ot Mo 10 in sf e I
4= eutrou tIG.I SOGowe
wi t mom in m Uck while NWniz lor tUae morn- pg

1l I-rTSMd Nor0 widesead tendency is to i
I=' lIO the OBe eeOf the mouth a eel
M_ upeguih chesW hisdownward turm. Yet,. it can be et
Joe.. .ue.." o "

$ers are done, this year, In every The threequarter sleeve is gain- The waist-length sweater and
conceivable color and come both ing fashion acceptance in swea- the straight, boxy dardlian are in-
lined and unlined. terms generally and appears in both creasingly p6pplkr both In the
Sweaters are, of course, for all pullovers and cardigans. Whe idea fine and the bulky knits. Waist-
.ages from toddler ..t gran4moth- is that since women push up length setter are become to
er,' who may hav hers il, chic sweater sleeves anyway, they dearly every woman and tme ml-
styles and paI colorss that, are might as well have the wanted ky cardigans go over ever
the purest kind of flattery. length at the start for both city and country ving.
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"Dressed" to bewatify yer rooms., b-rg-A em a l*smu adeewative va 4SalW., ims
enough for a beginner, produced the t frame on rennd mirror, aI le. eseaugla
mirror, at right, Is framed In four Indv ual e, which are easy to isi.

BY KAY SHERWOOD draperies iNd a' 4l table skirts.
NEA Staff Writer The least complicated way to I
make the frame, she says, is to .utdoor .7"n
f you're dissatisfied with the sew individual hoods for e a c h
iearanee of an unframed mir- side. I f
in a traditional setting, dress Measure the side. C u t h e ./&,;V n,.-.-ne
up with a pretty frame. You strip four times as wide as you e
i make une easily and at little want the frame and double the
t. fabric for extra body. Sew the lIn all arts of the country peo.
fabric Lames, for example, can long side together, fold in half, ple end to herte during
ten its outline and bring a mir. lengthwise, and ase the ends the w _are y taki to tohe
into more decorative unity together to form a hood which outdemrs. This i a' sport-
h a dressing table. A friend slips easily over the side edge oft iN t- . ; .
mine who framed her bedroom 'he mirror. A.. a are not only
errors to match the decor show- If the fabric li thinner than the younger people among as.
me how sh: did it. For a rec chintz, or you want to give the S oww .B *. teis,
gular mirror she used scraps frame extra bodly, pad the hoods. ilgtl.g wn.
the patterned chintz left from You ca.. alo pad and quilt the their v-
-f-- frame. ea I N.
Sm.. .. To make a neW, unframed cQ mre an
/ _/1 / /.+ round mirror lak i m I oreapp sS h t
.ach vodtic s htill private in a maple-furni shed guet st'e- In s. I .
-- Iroom, my friend used a of e ut wN keeep your
gay yellow.-andred pt n e e a I I enersa I
de the corner print for a ga frae. ndother t games are for
Me the corners of the mouth. strip is about t= the eircum- the womsn d more than. 40.
,is ,s UOL WCe soiubon, Ou ference of the mdir.. ut both _mmini and daMc-
irse, tor the woman wnose This fraar. t: a-sl hemmed are B *0
ut Is not wide enough. in on both o3 u.Ured on Msa k S
Case, it's necessary to bring strips of ," _. .UtI I I n e

P .owo ut aignttowae eases. 11
inward turn can be avoided
giving a denimLe upward
rve to me lower a" as it ap-
3acnes tne outer edages.
Wegaraess a *je "our
low, you a--j e yeour
I to V !curves. To
ad it's .t U .m m to
beyond the nm h 1 n
ne spots. After a Jew meaa'
ictice, any woman can do this
h ease.
I your lips are too narrow,
large them a bit Then, as you
used to doing this, extend
lne further if necessary.


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Unprewcd peafte Meo &-t sIlk
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NEW YORK-(NA)-venngI Gleam" "a
costuAe a term mot aptly ap- thcos
plied totheook of eve fash- l p
ions fr fall. I
In t past, we'e sd evening ly.
dresses or -gowu a to the Gdmneraly; tih sU *r t he
short- or the enl, dress. -short formal d e
This year the. short dress is indis. between the 'sek a poey.
putay the most important and There are ie o i eo
to it has. ben added'the Uttle making f ane n6w M a
blou.d jack that makes of it a imoled, wio
costume. The tk ,t either -'ak
For these fitle walst-lenth, ,-interest fromn fabrtc or ta alB-
finitely flattering acket re is over embroidery or er Of.ti a.
fur trim tin form of pastel foa, There glre i he fab-
white muskrat, mink or ermine, diesm ad mly ma if'a Ta-b.
red mole, able or ehinchill. De- dbo. rt formal.
m.ner Jane Derby shois these ie short welvet.coat e s
.i ft.ackets throughout her col- as all erveig fadddhk, s Mreg
le tha. .1. .. in jet green fyal lime,' !u red
Tis evening coetumq takes an- or black. Tnee have" liot"l
othek form in the bhort but very appeal when a eoDar is
formal gown with its ownti cost in up with mtak, ermnie or weed
hatching or contrasting c r. embruiery. .

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wapleg W ow lof aple Scrabble and brdie' *were lay-
tgo 'a d matcMh- Two long buffet tables covered ed. Mrs. Caleb Clement, r s.
ine eqrrilhi, an caied a White with handsome e p en broldered gre4 Newherd and Mr s. L ee
inky ptovetdd nr book te cloths and centered with imported Nash, were the unlucky triuevi -
S caatiVts a fro. li owerd held the elaborate re- rate .ho did not receive a wiht.
A a fl shower tight resv enis. The honorees reel se. t
with small flowers. rio0hsl,_ o-,--ev Mr.'..WHow eits
MerceJohnAdrewW e A background of orchestral mu- at- htbridge, a.
Mrs. John Andrews %a the sic wa played during the eve. ag hwas smoe rs
matron of honor. 8a e tore a in g. d orge seee the dnol t ion.
waltz-length _own of &Ipe green "rs. C. E. Herrtad rdld lthe
net over taffeta with short mitts Later in the evenipg the newly prs. et scrabble s and,- Mrs.
ane matching tecessories. Her makrieds left for the Pacific Side M NyedMcrImt=a the c t ola( on.
h e.hat was trimmed with. whew they were guests at the El n. Wilfa A. Vant, Si Jr.,
tiny pkflowers, elj sithe carried Panama, before going to Sants a e e '"lucky Wod prizez.
a eoneay bouquet ofd. rings of Clara for a stay of a week. The Miniature booklets made by
pi carnations, and ruffled -.nel bride's going away'costu- e was the ho beys with ervdheart'wish.
c The., blide. maids were. Mias ai whF elmen Eot *lth hich she es f hm: te s guests -tre, sent
Meree4 .,. Peterson., Miss a .oAtty used :a. blue ro"een purse and ed the ahwerees.
Stevenon, and Miss B a r br a matching shoes. -
Wibsy. They wore matching am Voyge Luncheon
dreams Mf i* nylon net over Upon their return they will re- For Mrs. Didrickson
satin. The hapless .bodices were aide with Mr. and Mrs. Stbkes, Mr. Conrad G. Didrickson who
shirrel and 4 e a afof the shirred Sr., before leaving on July 21 for sale diing the weekend for
net, which attached to the Coral Gables, Florida, where Mr. New York, was the guest of hon. There's a wi
dress, covered the shoulders.,The Stokes will resume his studies at or at a luncheon given by Mrs.
very b udfsntkdrts ha&an under- the Univeruity of Miami. Carl. Cetti at the Brasos Brook between a motor
bbatd atlAee pink., SJ.d wheh eb .... Country Club before 'ter. de.a and oac t's 4
formed a large bow.fld held ,L1 Miss aSsso, graduated fro m ture. h' a' a doW
cAluster o, fl*wets. They w o r e Cristobal High School th the Class Fourteen friends' wiere pres6ni. the skilled auea
h dresea, of the net and car- of '13 and Mr. Stokes from Peek- meat, the know-h
i aegy bouquets to match skill-.on-the Hudson.
.matron of honor'p flowers. outboard les
t aU o wore matching, short RIGHT. i overs
ts Reverend ad Ms s. Mrs.-Bell
Little Yvonne Jaramilo wes the eHonored With VFarewEl Reeaeqo. /i d an ve C
flower girl and. wore a short white The members of the M arita in advanos. Ci a
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Dennis Samo carried thie g ngs syvania.
on a silver platter. ..
Mr. Charles De Young was best The main room of the crch
man for Mr. .Stokes, and the ush- war decorated witl fern ba, and
ers were Talmadge Salter, Donald baskets of ianda orchid. In the
Francey, Richard Sasso and 0. reception hall the deeora t i o n s
A. Dietz. were of tropical flowers in shades
The sponsor for the ceremony of yellow and orange.
wMr.A Governor of the Province
otfWo and Mrs. Jose Maria Receiving with the honorees
Goualez, the Mayor of Colon and Were the church officers, Mr.
Mf-. JOL D. Bann, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sanders chairman '#f the
David C. Basso, r. and Mrs. Church Counci Mr. Worden
Colan Susgo,. Deputy and Mrs. French, Financial Secretary; Mr.
CoLA Sasso, Deputy and Mrs. Charles Delaney, Treasurer; Mr.
ne l.. B, Mr. and Mrs. James Hagen, president of the
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,.Automob C e5c"If we didn't have insects,
9-t, porch screens. FOR SALE:-1949 FbGd -door s- P
Tel.S Balboa 2981 dan deluxe, good mots r adl 'tire. ch
seat covers -rnd ac.' Ph ho t avy R SALE -Cocker SpapielE upp E rationgas ot A ati r.
Su3784. reasonably priced, not AKC. I5 Phone 6CO 6h4
hine 50. Phohie FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Riviera Williamson Place,mboa, Tel 4- "or Q 4 over Mr. Al ,
50.68000 alM oneow a l, rAmerica
8000 miles, on ow. Da flo*, FO S COTTA.a one milepo al iny a as
bedroompurchased ,n November. Owner soLno CElr. Lot ;r.PhoTq l N5 Illua csie of t
lcem e bedroom leaving for States. Phone Curundu FOR SALE:---Glr's 1ycle, red and Balboa 2,-186. w r- l ilr ad has4 4,000
) nr and mattrs 80 3168. Amazingly low..price. ~white. good conditiI: /es-inch cir- lbbll and flt Beeswax wm lm lb as emen-
8 F7OR SL 1949 i cular saw; 116-inch planer; 1. FORiNt1 o It coAt ti mal t Ral o1rd War 11.
nitur. I pAi 7 1 se sanding machine. Howe 769-D. San FR0sor2The'
.".cndit-irgroom urnitur Duty paid $270, Hpur' 2615-8, Pablo Street, Balboa. Phone 2- the ae of your t per ear
cnd tion, tb.le. buffet. 6 Cocc,. 2640. 'I-o.I alpde r re "
i2065A 4hSt4 , modern, low ea i ompoun t de commando
2065-A 4th Street, Curun- FOR SALE.-1953 Pvlmouth, hard- FOR SALE: Ironer, clothes dryer. FOR RENT: Trwol bedroom chalet. low a ade
I.-7 Ttop, red and black, radio, blue moll refrigerator. Quarter 6440- ma d room. Toppan stove, cool. glass jlo e r a ers lEe ....
:--New livingroom green glass, white sdewall tre2, Hy- os 2 No 59 Airp6rt OOd Tel. 2-2418.
I furniture: 1 sudI Drive. Will consider trada. 6403 R o, 2-3291. 2' L: b m
y chairs, 2 end tables. Corozol New Housing Area. Tele- FOR SALE:-Baby Grand piano $375. FOR RENTc-wSwoeberoom conI Wil lad? et L (tt Ui i eBerard c
r table. Phone Balboa phone 2-3422. Quarters 54-A AlbIook, Tel 4243. house ,n Los Cumbrew, completely aea p w eyed carblves of aok c
S hone a.FOR SALE:-1947& B ck sedan. Bar- FOR SALE -Femole reerel fuoheann d hot wr $value daldof 'w Le Af le he
SMahogany double b gain price! Must sell today! A-1 Cocker puppies I35 dix uto- ephoe 6-105 ..." ,, ,--o.
Cllse Uruguov No. 18, condition. Radio, spotlghts, defrost- matic washer, excellent condition FOR RENT.-Two-bedroom complete- Aover when you trwhviclea ,lo i a
7165. er. white sidewall tires. See day or $100. 538-0 Curandu Heights. lv furnished house, located at bus Moder e ow ock in New l 's olmes Square o e fami ln a
Refrigerator, 12-cu. It night at Los Riom, 6244-A Boque- 83-2294. stop in Bella Viot. Available for 3 ren, mh wy I I b
utomot washer, both 60- ron Street. Telephone Balboa 2- FOR SALE- --E;ght new.vanetlan months. beginning fatter July. Tel. with U im
wt a se 4381 .ldblinds 4x5 for bedrooms, and bothl 3-2765. l nuaerWolfe depicts a picaresque pa- ~Y GAILE .A. hours. he ot ar
hou rero- FOR SALE:-194B Chevrolet 4-do .room composite hillside cottage; I a li ) tapIw dt Eou
S4poun.d free chest sedan. perfect codiln radio. Sall t2-cycle fag si di Ch &F .9 01111 and mnuf.k.O VEYdlers (boIkn ),[lit byav

mdo b KnStand 0e8hn FOR ALE: t PuFO rreNT -er. - T-S CaErt ac Ae Tl3-k Teplotnis as c onlap tdaa mer sa e 1^a 'do and
trohing machine f $75. -Phon -Cr ttiaa Ue- 3-55W e a ah or fsy choir orP266n of Way. inbch of the Weekends n the la'e mume
IPKe c3h6. ENMA. Ts 1.4, a rsrened-piece under house set; lfm M an win T a- I ollectioM he No W YORK. .Jpl e S h o
n Bxe5 9refrigeTa 2ridshape I board, horses, village,a i s, etc. f urnishede govrm ents ipe't GEO. rF. u T a t, o p tarlkw pi ced t o ire-wheel- ando relaxation, s eL idn w g dfaE
ft. 2-ccfe. ingood co t pOrtation. B 59 CrisObtaal. phone Balboa 3269."uis1Ifbsei.your family are tO et re motly ed b m -
70; 1be d with spring g and--sro =,, Nroom th albedroom hot, cold water e- make Yor .to famila "teurs, n glmwost odil -
l dhirt. Gll28 ord Avesi, Colon. CFOR SALE:- Pure bred Dachhund phone Panama 3-4941.2Ctmal Ae- TOE 3The plot is as co cated as a fta k'saa fo tisa
238.mIs." char Cll 8t28o r Av e Colon. *outt ie talse puppies. 8 w8 o s, oi o ORRENT - Firn'i9hed and upfr-,'W c circ performane, and as ro- a n vl s ^qes h-ii

S~. WEDR mntos 0 wl oedtsork dor w th s erons cpn, d 'trtNo d ntrarc performance, and as dis. poev plants,, ors BaaH ml a. they're rlCa iabldaha
,pr 9rs.Ca a-AI ise si OoLE Paiion e 3-09766ii. Ii-i IIIn ser ,rfTe a
Tractor in A- 0i io-.nirhed 2-roo c.~nlMoe Znre0tTryt sfpis t.o edI. Wolfe's. l ndersIt is really T edents. For atheoare te..e a1ain. -
S'Pric e f mi t i L rna t trees, palm0 Contoct Alh ombrda Aptirents, Ag h a the i side shows, thabited by as that turn i o avacai n .on.. B.ut ma dotor are now. r

Pono.F4 r ..f ru r aII A I Sfree. Tel.A r 386 Co n r m o a Gnt e a c i ton of pho uies as; yo u m are..r e C I Ui p
Iwcir choi ENMANN T*Is 2112-4966,I.n W o ift.rI" `-'Stree.Tel.138 .Colone v.la
Ph, 217- 6, House Ponm,.kp. ., Nacigrlol, across rfI. entrance furniRNT -- Modernmn threeparberoom De. d lelE,4Gt Or o ll- eeli taotly a. .b t,-i, a i
It' Cul a R nconoo& FOR SALc---o~ trucks-- and. 2 Pn a apartment. entilated. 34thCl Street -J Graduate u "A i s atergic ust one in a s.r ia pt
2t tons L CN Fo:1 o2ln 4a to horses, a prostitute who acts to losses of water ondrsal'rom et-e in rshut
--rDningroom Ht, exce-ons. CHEORT FOl 5STU- No. 22. Telephone 3-4a00.1 C e andz e p.u. like a virgla and a virgin who the body throu perspiration. So Prtcai ev Ii
H elp ,t.rdy: --,: noo. pool as a prost.tuteo a light-skr. be sure to offset these loses by ed athlete's' oe ut-pinel-r. -,dan
n,,Trifie at $50: EBER. AUT Pa ENMAH. membWanted FOR RENT--Apartment above Cen-m a Is FewAvenueTell.:a. 11. 1a ttaihss
Ca-Ba Ra.2-6439,bHouse Pw T-4 Ptral Theater building, Central Ave (1 block from Lux theau ned Negro who puts on burnt cork diog water on seedkle and lng arweatine ue rq
oa St., HN oe 1ow Ara TCC R.-PanuPa. wNo 141. inquire Central The- i. Impersoate w Voodoo doctor, and by acting oqd to replace the ing t provide t ldJpl
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m ... .,-e 0ome.. .no m. . .. m Ca-26 .- 451 venthifromcheatigtoProte- ti. ..oT eati n t pote e against cide
to, s i.,onopm a dirtaions.eTheres t such aDOkeL, DUra ly ea'sasit 24hessfrs.iust h angelmet
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hegagA l a tetaspoo.p &I TlFOR aRET.s rd the too rr i wn OFrsLMraeof pray". Tbmstory is.labcede witsle
$ SAN"W I to "" ",';,or when a r S oie o ft ed one-:rp '-thorath ep euatie-ro.

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seaie 450toBL.iNo 2 edoos Vista ---- ;nnt-e
SM but hAement. nearhLuxvTheter, 11. 36ts sale
morke.s are "tr an aft zopghis to-ari hont s O r a hi
or hb~s this 46em jned toDknowyib.t Bibbr apartment in 4t e ce pm.411 tory over the ps..,, and the ro-
tort o tn TiEflSt r3 -ardent youngCommunists whose
dektites, pu .tt I .But the Russians i omt for- -... ideological& soul-m.tWAK-e a II.y
en pten ow to toUble on PrositioN. 4 teredaSLIPCOVERS when
ea rs flythe riaghtGwhen she told them: "Mar.
edeeatlo WoANTE ocher REUP0 riage means starting a family, not
hlotion school, a, oo UIP. l e toh .
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toNoanm-Dancer Te- oh- -" have N-lat
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-r-. "nt .chess.master to an gte hi o k a,.Mint gb. to do stenome AutoTell .3log.It's te autobiography of a
aorthp. the ....,nal- torn esn here,a a ricow ork, fol ing Erae;w thsome newspaper reporter, playwright
-Bel r kid. le-- it"t h e heya, e equiredMCentury) tand g 9I OOscript
I.TheE comes boaug down in soggy
o hs.t-ho far t Wti m ofe 51WxA .SO.far: froI..in prose. helmoew almost-everybody
111I h, a.ardws. Cirdubeerl .a 1 roup.of Russian ' Unders-tianding I-[DBELIT in journalftic, eatl*al and mov-
bef" sPW in "-I th 1 m square 't I"' -I WSo -Ise' onrmost of *eim. But the style

,; at glo- CNTL EA7RE revealing stretches and fuzzy phil.
'.0.0.osophica dilssrtations. There is DOUBLE DUTY-,us b ta t -1- 1 1 u0 t .1-. uq
you aC"UEM ent in almost any literary endeav- company in TulsaOkladoftymoih
asp, they( or he uwd If he had mus. the swamps and -uid SE.oft Vseuui anits sl I
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FA PIne have what itewhn yeo ow
tae On .The up, body *I show busiz es will
go amed puaallga because yos were
(ite who star.

a' iw. P m a co o G sadbr l

iety o.l, ut t a o e we a he
moo e ..ithot ap.e trr I in9 "p s retx. Iae pIyay .

tJmil pra oep Dn inM is wifo Pai eu fully wrote soad n thing of othe sort
tana erte be to a pal who has a rh on Deise. .

l m mL. ae t hcome fIrom ahows b l-with his ex wifeo Li, a ciaMrs.

nejow a rumors aa btel l acilt DeaiM a ri r le
eg 4 aa trie eit ttt t .!a fam ril. H fTther Dayyd ay.R irg ea of Lwo --n

t-r n 's _Mi .ag in ts here's. Noel. -
rat atooa Pt ram a nt two hil reen, Gary. born N Jo u Si an:M n i se
othey bver r cent of the a 95I,- and RonaL e w adoptedt) e orn G s
topoe d3.Em0 0r tDecember 9ig. l Peoa orwt I' layed fi
S-@n hadmadre rina Dean Martisen was born in Ste-t Freeh oan anDa lot of other o tunat
e iHe oef, o Lami- sw e ranwetr e nao as bfor lew ai with e o iaM
e s e a Deans real name ish Dine Croet-l "The only difference e now that

iis ? l io M r and ls t unt left school the win maeventi I don't have to put ariay in
mae vf y i O6ne e a' to hea rt eis a re i tsl hair to be plaing evabusicu a feater
r a r-sa- aoeodas .Ate e- s m lnarem iscanne oo lhoiegaer aroleldo"nora
tbem asani nI n' they e.t t gorS c d. Theo o, wivoeadn in T ere's ki
ear enawn co thoes, an, Jr., born November GOLDWYN s film version

*o' th e t rt PterPa I aiarcahb 19. G bo r f "Lady efora Day" the ola d hfit

(foondl a b omah n _nRe GaynrmsDnalderContaviod

lt W2,011101 s atA this vad with s ewes tbwthe aiab N ol-
Mh artinL sors wn B qPes andDoll" it ofe t er o
oe be-I ul' b a realnae is D no Cr t- h h c n y nGim nbel now e hoam

tandeLyw Aa ta i* _eletcolI ad Wthe ye wevn be bdled over Robert Tylopr

ille, evet, U ad fairs eoave dBe ir t t keep of th King" plays Egypt. It's inpae f

As a team (An agr c lose A their professional an .private her MGM contract. ... New title
to et Ive separate for "The Htman Beast-"Huma

e&M had a w contract he- Dean d Jerry bornt live In rer an analt fi erso
Btwee ing signe bHa rl a n holmen, but t osDiy'ro hit uThe oany e yple thought it was
samu Meam e Itilart ons n ma t h on florPflut.
p i& i eS c asual, carefree and a usial reae

The J1 y er ? evous Lew Ayreb' pals are getting let
beo.t pab -d tey its z at f toa i sentimental and a co- ters from Orient, whe 's
and r ret ti1. L It tant worker! Jes often depres- filming a rel ous t television series
Up LaVW J A lDeanolody o th aie -s foer H ato ung led ade churchmen bof all

mas %Fla d' t bll, abIi here's a big dIference faiths.An ace cameraman is sc-
t tM)1 l n JUNGJM2S&1dore ady oplannoingAedu tector aramd trem
the a-b fhr ta ay .r ooh d .
sha -4 -4 th0oe, anth- old ..timr Jn a ern-d

and ey.Ia r of td club. ) aee of e1, in" Rock Island, Eg It. in
to K g nmq *e. ,- fa. -tiSano w1 he"a Co a nd ome*E lteaoM
-r, as.pl_ ei h 1. "l9Pe 0 epra v, s pIRM A they The story of the famous Londmon
_r .it 'Ws a dJloft elmn ihedr-weI b."iWe" p IvtPalladtum mcote hall wclN be film-

othe~ ~hd *a on ovina re- Des n for c ver years. ed by He nry Gin't sherg. Th e movie
taeo U s me a.,r t t'ht it ebe man leetrnafli. tlstot rew
S. -. medy to aInIv ,wth sentsb -e otIn H -
.- -' casual, Nre Clark andd d donI .

o f beotIrses" ease Again while they were playingR t pT l
Mned mte.f .tetc lubs, vanue aut wmr Aotaerd COOl-and tElean rP worker when"V, lhey

,iAet War .... -V1 nrf eatre*. hlinte tsedk a oft the- R ia pT ys Eglpe t. It n
Asnat's r j I O S .ote i "hent erashn m g to the floor e MGM contract rib conew itle

Sailor J ump He hit s slae hard he wam thene or Win Mi Than. She'sre
,Ja0~on lSet. e: knocked .nsonsmous. SepDean fearT ft earno Burmen o'-"ot
dy," Fom Iv- Ad m to the ambulance, rode ih a-O cr Peck's leading

doing at the Club ager arrived and demanded to
S. . ........ Lcanaelpgmorefe a-

ATNY Nether uld > keep know what they were going to do w
e Jerry the a sow ands' a R w s s e
owast Wit's.6; I en mr weis- TorsT ttfromhOrient owhos Rie s
on.d ,* ', it t.filmin a religious television seriet

smash,. l.., ., llH, a-..lSm. ,eneolfah.Ana d ace cameraman is ae-

-mom, li ., l i companig the actor at n fo r the
,,es, -Ika .!acASt. .or fe. world.h
sortfe pro-
tro IRT .R,.n.howbus nes
ehm Pe. as. _1. froldtimer June Rover.

to ha1 -I 1 "' aD w rabn to .hefloor, strik when he s o stuck off enough
Sor 'Bower". m piagva..hitIhi si go hard her wsoth are e hash t shed an oTm. e
each Vdo A W"morTe ofth enoke tntao. Dor the Farold Burmea
lowi Fm" came Ag' ained while they were playingP
:my friend Ir.Goeswar as t engagemet .In a. a dy i the n- of Mal Wynn, the
'At War V -_Ar 1a,." the.alre, Jerry missd a handstoano the doll in IonaCaineaMutiy,"
"Tha's,-, o." T- g. an- d -wentcrash i ,gto eavefJoor. ay toushumor.r rusohi
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By U N YOUNG of me that shows," smiles Jbilso-
"1.star. "Th e rt that d A't is
The man and thu woman start black and b l th" d
to kiss. .
Suddenly a seve foot spear e si
rockets past the couple's f a c1 e n Soo & thB k
and imbeds itself nto b wall be- L a *
hind them. ... ,. '
"Romansl." shoutsI Howardoiw Wr
Keels, whirling turusly on Es- s
their Willianms and clasping his in7 prou "
hand over her mouth. $1oM wW ard iiUn b -
A trumpeter sounds a shrill a-. -
larm and Keel, as Hannibal. be- hsr ey Booth, who made her
lievig he ha ben. betrayed by memorable moton oi e .debut
the girl who has been encourag- In Hal Wlinus' "Couine.ak, Lit.
ing his advaaee, hrl his no-. tie Sheba" wearing s worth
ment.be~sh '" script dresses an& hose
Grabbing her e a rs,bbi he le turns to =n the o sreen In the
fastens her hands behind her back Walis-Paramount production, "A-
and binds her mouth with a leath- bout Mrs. Leslie." attired in $17,-
er belt. Throwing her protesting 000 worth of clothes.
form over his shoulder he runs .The Academy A w a r d winning
out of the scene that has been star will be seen In 33 changes of
taking.place f .JtI-G-MW' "Jlupt.- costume designed by EPith Head,
her's Darling.". another "Oscar" winner.
Director George Sidney calls a In "About Mrs. Leslie," M is s
halt to the action. Booth portrays a night club sing-
A few minutes later he and er romantically involved w it h a
Keel walk over 16 sther who, Prominent industrialist, R o b e r t
now unbound, i alterdaWry mis-. Ryan..
sagin" her wrists, rubbing her leg! The film, based on Vina Delmar
ad feeling her jaw. best-seller, was directed by Dan.
Keel watches the star's expres- ny Mann. "About Mrs. L'e s I i e"
si ". You look a little' blue, Es- will have a gala benefit premiere
their he'laughs. at the Victoria Theatre on June
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Falfering PhiliNi

saul iy4t Iea ownow a t o i m.
NOR""WOW- o omna fit how iso..

r i tore 1e1y 1. lames that wi'J Te there was the fellow who
L rty ve 'em mn, good times or bad. could' drow hisbe
Sa iTe ass .e Maua ad estate e cobldit g s
a tempera. Lewis." dow to the lake.


The Rec Shop: You've 1ieard
be.. the kid who didn't want to
ftimao lesson but would rath-
-,e_ _out~a plai ot ms or
solitiXg? Well, meet the kid who
k -d sway from the tents
cu1t to take piano lessons on the
al. H.s name Is Merv Griffin, and
haw s sags.
GrJlin Is the Columbia record
Star who is currently pinch-hitting
tor Jane oman over CBS.TV.
He's a good-looking youngster with
a pleasant voice and pl e a s a nt
mlaser. Quite welcome additin
to show business but once upo an
eross-court lob it looked like he
wouldn't make it.
"My father Is now 53," Merv
said, "and he's a tennis bug. Ho's
a stock-broker in California and
he plays tennis every day-) can't
take game from him. Nobody
in the family 'ras in show business,
so I had to take piano lessons *4th-
out his knowing it. He usdd to s'y,
'Noblankety-blank kid of mine is
going tu play the piano-he's gc-
ing to play tennis.'
"Then one day there was a sur-
prise party for him and I played
*Tea for Two.' You should have



"the man who came to dinner"
(and stayed for months) Abraham
Soiaer, British stage and screen
star, stretched his H( plywood visit.
His four-month deal wound up as
six months.
Signed In England for a top role
is "Elephant Walk," Sofaer's atay
was extended when, first. Vivian
Leigh became ill, and, secondly,
Elizabeth Taylor received an eye
injury. Although he was extreme-
ly sprry for the amishas to the aq-
tresses, Sefier *ias ad to 0
more of the United States.
He was hapy, too, to be a-
round when Laramu sta e d
role o a JirtaTo overpeer in
George PalIs "The Naked Jungle."
Sofaer turned rut to be Just the
Shortly before departing for his
home, in Esher, in the wooded
part of Surrey, near London, So-
faer said
"I shall take back with me to
Englaind two distinct impressions
of Hlywood and the rest of the
Uni 8tfte.
"First, I shall remember the
courtesy and warmness of the A-
merican people. I remember that
I arrived in Hollywood short ly
after undergoing major surgery in
London. Irving Asher, our produce.
er, watched over me like a nurse
over a baby. He and the rest o2
the Hollywood people c o u d n' t
conceivably have been kinder.
"My second impression oryou.
country, and this concerns really
wood, is the incredible techulest
brilliance of the studios. The sets
of both 'Elephant Walk' and 'The
Naked Jungle' are supremely
beautiful, and your photography is
"I found that Hollywood studios
are for more highly geared than
ours in England. Every man en
the sets knows his Job and does it
smoothly and without a hb#
We have much to learn about
production in London. We go at a
much more leisurely pace.
"But, of course." he added wit
a smile. "we will also live much
longer than you people."

FOR SERVICE-For the rec-
ognition of log and faitbbd
service, mte Marine Corwp bea
authorized this lapel pin to be
worn by certain civilian per
sounel employed by the arps.
The sold pin, to the M-
rine emblem, will be awarded
WO af emplryes who have cem.
pleted 10.2 8 or 30 years' Ievied


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seen the a i eys
I swatted ashowin Seo*
*aacisc- 1 w.s do.
I .t O p .wsV&Ok and making
wos. t 1*5t was n iM
e.uian tu mSe and he couldn't
eve it. He'd say, 'I bet hI
kid is selling dopeon the side.
Id sing some ao th6se shows and
pretty seeo I dedded to conen.-
trate on the singing."
Hls records. While never big hits,
have always beea good. He's beenI
somewhat discopraged with the re-
sulta so far-"most singer siug
popular songs but I seem to sing
unpopOar songs"--but is cited
about his coming release, "The
Gr With the Hour-Gw p Figure."t
ThIs,both Columbia asd G;An
fet, should do it obr im.,
"Theamaybe he' make lots of
m6ney and take teaUal lenses,.
Cot]'s newestJ&, Jimmie Kto.
mack, is aboot Itp most versatile
thing this side sf the soya bean.
He's a comedian, but will be a
Straight singer with Coral. He also
designs sweaters. And he's a song-
writer, too, with several recorded
.umbers to his credit already. HLl
first records for Coral will be b I
own comp.sltions, "Cold Summer
Blues" and le-Nickanasme." And
he's also an actor, who'll do sum.
mer stock in Toronto,
As for his spare time, there ain't
Pat Best, the basso of the Pour
Tune, wrote the long the group
is rldg-0br a h"abit."I Understand
Jdstow- V Feel." Now he's got
an ambitious project. Pat's writ-
ing "Fairy Tales for Adults,"
which the Pour Tunes will record
In an album for Jubilee.
Karen Chandler and her hus
band, Decea's Jack Ples, are
building a lovely new home in E .
pwoo N. J. As a finishing touch,
they've ut th s 'n of iren's
big hA l"Hoid' a Thrill Me, Kiss
Me,"'into the do& > chimes. ,
And that's about as finishing a
touch as you can have.

Every time I look at a marsh-
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7191W ;;Fill r ^y"' '
Dick's Picks: "The next big hit
should be "The Man That Got
I.Away" from the new .Sincaltllmln
"A Star Is Born." Fran Warren
(MGM)and Jeri Southern ( have fine reeordiogs. Frank ,in-
atrs (Capitol) has a w h on it
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Carlson and'-

with amsag fury. And
".reatu r," aroused i*ni
mamtlms by its first pWtl
woman, abducts Misso
his mmaerwater domaia the.
title expedition b me a
ate struggle for am=. ,'
Carson is a stando u'
leader of the expedkton..ii
who recognizes the "cre
for what it is, and tries Uan
stand it, Ms Adams whe
lengthy apporances Ip w
au and baer and .
legs, gye% .her part .
poons of llure atf s h
.waimmess. Denning, as. the
tieuO mUsewn direeto-
uio Moreno as a dediate'
gist, add gret strength to
cast. .
The remarkable arb m r
camera-work in "Craturet-
The Black Lagoon" iA a5 k
ing experience in it".l
among the many uind4 o
thrills are the titan. bettt6
tween the creaturer" and a
poonist and the abductor ef|
Adams deep Into the Gill
Andwe spe taeeoar
of o is the bigt udenrwa
measlsa eamsawerk. 3

tais wet pictures. ".ji
Also good. othball" (Ar-
;_ey, .fGM1); ."T nE.thln
You" (Kitty ift
'Summer Vacation" (P
Decca). .'
Some gold things .
DaveBru the a
does "Jazz Goes t
Columbia. This .a i
actual jazz sesl p on va
campuses. Charles et
songs n "Dancela Paris"
ree-Peny ui
wasted on G .

onewAl to

ChA.os "Poem of Lwo'
s" with the RCA-Vletor
phony under Pierre Monte%,
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Milclasitone nd ot victories. Wi.a. .3 Run l 1 9OD T .
te afternoon. N JOono 11x TOAY'S GAMES

whic 7a s usual flne50 3i n. 11 h D 12 C8DI 0t St L u B-le0 0
pil e 1-Pale F ace $112 3+-tale- ra- 5' .P.billmps 110ei -Wa s m e ... 1ha. at Brrnll .n (3) Do tur
se av Ordo. 115 -aop onor tat h-1 ( -hogmea).m g. (2

wh~a~ifoch wil be ndereach o THID ACE "--. Fs II A. Mil 110 -Don a 30-1 M4, ~nP -i Wn at> L
stW hich.asusuall BWs I.o. 'nA. o P Ci ( nnati
her lost three stert l. t --ayspot.40 S.2--0r2n.-Po" G. Yonza. 11x-Distace lr .10 f r DA0 S BRalmr 0p-1 R0S U0 ? 0 LTS

eIn"st tous tdetg betlwed o ---oane S.o: B. Ln. Prip.-l mpmo h Me 20-1 .nai 00 10 Dst 0 001001 001-3 81T
t Noto be guided Mb1 -.tone Bsto .40. $2 -Dan iel. San. 118 s te 000 00 10 e 000-0 5-1 0

r-Has anc lra2h-Por200000 I A-Dios WM i 1l0 0
.a, has asin been SECOND)-Ph C.nl_...0. 0o0klyn 0 0510 511 0R-10 13S3 0Philao. g w0o 00o-3 8 0

hs last threetImes -Copado ra AEd0 b t la POOD nD 8-a
aoeor 1-V-SainDan .540. 6.0, 3rth 3ame "C" N 7 Fgu.Purse: 575* ol lose: 155 1 (7) and Burgess. Lo Ph(4- A Wynn, (7fnde-
.he other stse cas scheduled 3-v. Prine. ., -. L Mille xaola A. on. s-Would pay at con 15-1 a )

plo ti r ace. He is the poor l Svor" Dble star- 3-Ocean Star A. .c,.s 10 -Returns In W dpe 2-1 u OG Q Wn 'an e
Shenly ouclasc--on p. per EIpwe R' den Fan J. Pon -107x-Can't be o ed ,,-1
Jose Bravo.pecive riler urtly Price Fs 1-Mflecold V. Ordo. 11520 -Hardsy win least a 1 HR Hodges (23). Hasmer (). and Bi arAan (5-
which will clu obn today's card. Cpados-Regist. .L.. il 100 -Quits after. 4 4 0m(10-7)..

yesterday the Stud Darlen'so "B .-JArlal,3.. 5 .4 0
oie l four-year-old cheBasnut 3-_ .tHI. 6tb-- Racv "" Imported F.Pue: -ohn40. to l6ote 10-1 Pillteburgh l 000-10 10 4
ein e suively last-to-ot 1-Grande Dame II .W. 3.20. 2--Matrhonero A.ut. Y 112-Must Improve more 8-1Nw York 0 000 000- 0 Baltimore 000
lwst a toou i Alai .0. --5-Don Jaime J. Phillips 106 -Improvet wlfa c-a Burkont, Tles (3), 1I Detroit i00 001 00x-2 0
e e i ders toOne-Two: (TIAy-. &-Red Oak J. Bravo 112 -Forme In catop o n (), and hepard. rLd)
oft ot scoring OC nt (2) Konok (2), 6 lm J. Cad 11 an-Tough luk lat t 5-Court-
e over, eh MWor I--B.Volsoutd i, 5.4k 3.60 4th Race "53 1atlve 4% Fgs.Purse: S7N.00% Pool sioses: 2:30(I) .-lel (9) and West-rin Ilatt LW- =1FA (9-8). El
b,) recent classic race, Mill- 2-.urleoulto $.0. 2.40
quickly opened a long lead S-.T. Hu1leho $t4.40. QINLA (9). WP- O'Donneli (P) Courtney (4th).
v-rtually ran away with th.e ulne' a Ve. 7- -TBrandmpol A. Mera. 113 -Should score will den remanWilh in the ear till
eSoftcha Note ge s on- rsqUitolU RAF. 8--acandalo 8. Canvas. 107 -Rates outside r 3ce -1 (9),Thursday niinnell (1). w
X-rforrmanco e reach- FIFTH .RACE 3-C. Valor A. MoeI 118 -Doesn seem fin a30-1 (lw Innings)
ahere.I 3-Porl An4, 2.20. 4o Rees 11. -Distance to0- Pool el: Milwaukee 001 01s0-3 0 Bostona 010 000 100 12-5 10
Bulli meeting between 2-Ok 4 5-P. Can-elphra. Brav 11-Jcey a te 20-1 at 001 105 00-7 12 0 Phln. 010 010 00 10-
Abeen a convince By CONRACO E-noeFairfax MaL 107 -Always unpredItable 10- S . .
~awSoft Note over Mill- -Vall a$4.20. 2.40, 2.20 -- hu B. RAul. 110 -ConsIstelrt off fo9m 8- .al, dere. (t. Dw s lull an
r a head and head bat- 2-Fairlyable $2.40. 2.20 -G-oden 0. Z. Goge. 102I--Could be close up S-I mitha ( ad Sem'-n-c WP ...P.rt.carreo. .th .n (10), ..Burt-
oat of the way. Since then 3.-Rose, Til $2.40. & 't" ( S- iP ...Pn ,0)." . ...e ro" '(1 a n (10),v Burt-
has beaten a tou -her SEVENTH RACE Dus ( -1). LP Spaen (8-10). sc( t agbertson, A-s
e et ao I a 25.4. 6.40, 3 th Race "B&C" Naiver 7 FgPurse: $350.00 Po closes: 24:40 .L- Ha.mon (1). Green troth (10). WP -. Kinder (5-1).
ac Gold Pete ILA ond of the two gamell (11), playe(1. elth Dacue.xon (-5 At th).
ren thasg met.a .Lr s cule -B-o. 8iDe2.0 1-AlBadad A. Ubidl 110 -Class seemsoo tough 5-1 oany dropped in ield
e other saie s theol rec Granere a 2-. Cois V. Ordoa. 110 -Not on rece-nt. tor 8-1 goal. and nine 0ree throws or
Intrace.esthepoo-SecondDnPble:.I'ydSt-3-Ocean Star A Ye-a 109 -Returns in sa1 T i ,
agv n:enty ourmlniJsl-on p. per EsaluCtioWT16,. RACE0 4-Petite Fn3. Ronse U --Will, fight .2-1 car tur. any Sparks.
S y--i IA l 10-TruG Blden FnJ. long* 107 -DCatn't abe ed 8-1ht of n t
.i.-;' o-er prospective tGldp V.Ordo. 120 -Hard to beat here even
a iclu-d on today card. of t. Tll
Yesterday, the Stud Darien's 2--rlavat 39, $380. -
y four-year-old chesnutla-' ,,jos 54. th Rac" "D" Imported 04 Fpgs.P urse: 400.00 Pool eloses: 3:315 Ab rn yl n Unispt '5'
qani-bred mare found thel Q, lulela: (Courtly r-ince- First Race of the Double -bernat hy UL3 s-" t-T
track to her liking and OAr.ve ame hd b)n hold
S regained top form to fINTH RACE -Turf Lodge H. Rui 112x-Could score at price 5-1
inher usual post-to-poat 1-Grande Dame I 1.80. $3.20. 2-Matruh B. AuL11 --Must Improve more -1 Td
tci se featured $50 Clan 1230. --8 DominoR a. v 110 --ood race last out 3-1
In-' e featured _. 32_w., 3-S. Dom +no+-.-jW ith Record-Setting 35
*Vn furlong sprint. 2-Wettow 4-D tarlene F. Rdl.? 115 -Rates fir chance 80-1t
"n e rider HRVector Ruin,3-'dy1401are. ..5-RedOak Bravo 110 -Returns 0Inn top fo-rn2-1
her nicely to sf.ve off t 11- e'w 1540. 7-C. Brando Ban 1132 -Looked ood wnnin 8-1 den remain fr the loerntheear sti
8-(cndalo S. Carv Ordo. 107 -SNot wt this rider 3-1 Thursay night's tw biasket- w
f-ed chaenvres o Royal --Are-N RA. E $9-0- 0 9-(T. Bouche K. Flores 110 -Returns in good shape 3-1 ball ames at the Balboa Gym season
o1Ruin shook up Florera 12-Leoden 55 60 -. afforded two distin triumphs
t the ret A L lu V forth Pacific sk ai e The second round of the -

t hl on fo a.. Two-ee th Race BAC Imported1aM 7 Fs.Pur: e1.M P tos 4 tvel
Intothelo strt aon s-p.P-urse- uns. IrPool cloe: (105reords. The fixat occurred as chfic Basketball Leamue will take
aP. Ilengthvictorysc mondAoeo SteDouble Osamr Kouxsay qpb a new ea&- place 7 P.m. today at the Balboa
lcd C'oq.Au Vll in-A t a ln 1-HUrlecaeno V. Orown 115 -Gets hint trecommend 30-1 sT. second game brought i.
atlongly'Imwaolll~inl- I ro-JuIanFraL nco-ips --*-Kelpn a-- .Bravo 113 --verytlIlnudletes 1.2bi__ hy .n....tto= _to a*
we0a T-- m" d L1 eO7I-Z vioto r asv Atlas The first game wt
.f rth winner. Ladp)tookre 3 24durne A. Yaza 110 -"Waterloo" here even high- ted Junior College ag-

sudenre t H4-MDN I" a i Fa--imrFa x A.Me In1 -Do3 n't o- pmeure. .-1 rbkedo &17t3he Abof
COdOenreturntoI -Oranero A. VAl 115 .ilngeroigta. itnder 332r 3 t 1bAM.e so fa
lt cauor ght .t u-I-Montmarte Cocala 6-Rega Chum 3. Agui. 110 -Completely off form S-i /.College, q t of this game wiu i

Sd o he return.- AtDaintl Dan Wendeo p. .,',,_rb n
She Daniel Don Wende many unbeaten Albroot Pliers twoot top. fc
e ket nd- V-l t iol Aeth Race "I Imported6% Purse: $375I Pore closes: 4:.40 with a core of 64-59 in the se- othirl fa. phi.of ,.. -and

andef an g nsedo in wo eegu towr dF -
j lw- Sored0 baop on Ceo urttor.- K unehr -e 1 0 o
b .- f I G.r -T. Collins V. Odo. 110 -Not on recent form 1 goal and nine free throws for .
I s. t.. Pt. -g .J.... -g-Compo C. Kar s107X -Among traerln 30- his grand record-breaking tot al d game will bring
,618_.40 -t1A Pr- fe She stteft roe 4-Pined fr-A. Y rngsh-ot! ""='e"A 10-1 f2. a di..o3 l .s B h ondow hr a I
$Herfor the winning Abernathy Un
"" .. 6-L CHob FSTDIGS. qute up W15-1 h~oupoAgainstl o- the Albroot0
7 -Paris Midi J. Cado. 110 -Rates slim ae well 5-1 aThe gAbersnath ive man- dit. o. til r.s
TOy. ThebAlenb82fiveoman-fplace.tev0 Thismsecond game of the
A'tc ,BEAR[ CO RY om i h -ismo. K"Pl)t 11 -Form Indicate e en agoed" to take the iame away eve ni llstartwn gi
S9-Delbia A Me"e4 110 -Ra.an wcell. .last" 5tltt itas the Atlas Grden ive with
.. 10,-True Blue 3. Phills 100 -Doaen't have lams -,1 an onaught of pOwir In the ___._
LLC11.o ------- fietnal stage of the gime. Till
-,,th Race I'D" I.mpo.dd6%rp-Purse:5600.8P Fool clo : 5:15that time Atlas Garden. which I
__._CO TY -,mn" me a ) u ,,,.....ONE TWO oonly had five men on hand at nfl S I
SnCANPANA i lMA li Nl ge "" f ame time, had been holding its Its1. l II
1-Supersun A. Mena 110 -Terrible recent race 8-i own wit a lead at the enda of
Sn3--D.S uns Ae AVa 8 an score aa these 4-1 turn tno ma tied ball game o
n", C"' '0 i 4 ,at f ahe o Ra. Vag.. lei -Back in w TOr 10-1 31hall p the af time. oufeI I 'sf eou t
5--Postinblvic H3. Ruil 107x--Distance h"Isn10-1
7-Vulcanlisado 0. San. 1H2 -Dangerous 00nt intfor 8- 1was high scorer for the losers
m -Red Ebor V. Ordo. 118 -Should be winn2r 2-2 with a total ofIs 1 9 nts.H.e was
9.-C., one F. Rose 11.5 -Showing.Improve.ment 10-1 followed-.yBillM artin, Herb
3:5llo0-Chingri j. Cado. 118 -Longshot poabml1y -10- 1Raybourne and Cr111 ,Reyes,
:A L WX with 1. 10 and 10 points respec-

's f .60...a.IAllITim1esI i-High Heaven V. Ordo. 115 -Gets stiffest t 3-2 The second gSme brought a
IInotion picturein, 2-MIl/stOne SS A.'yens, 110 ---Waterloo" hen- even.ghighp-l&ited Junior college ag-
E#..Vas. H_1 03_- NU D I N I l -3 u _ma R ._va . 13 Not off recen .t rasr oeg t on up a i t the Ib k
f I lC!_RCOWRB.-. Note B AguI. 115 -Wil fight It tout lyBOmyS. The game started. t.
ft-"'-" I .. .. ..tebe a slow-moving affair but
Victo'N Key"On Tomorrow half time stood at 34-30 in favor

Jftk Pal"sae, I I Rock Hudson. In end, each game i hic either eeIn ma mii cnx-aurrtwice lepaue. Wilson alwCofdthe
dIIatewihObatr wc eeu.Wlo lg crd1 Cmomo a- he
A AT c Bck To araltar Life orthe defend prin On June Navt SLa- points for J. C. -.crel i
WO. e r. sln, n bri aIibe .e Ja t30 they Jim Diamond, of the Albrook nIl- a ao
mu ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ by a 17 point Mlirs, has taken ovater not--- ainoutoc
t g responsibility at the guard
potation.and pcMke up 21 poIn.s

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Jo.n& huon caught his "
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The t It B.hlS e *a n nba un for
one and oto .e o n ot bs tewil but
one was ar und 8.0.n., 9d. p Mo. t hn ot40pounf,.t7he prt
Is from the U. S. and it thTeir firt tp flab Panaa. Loo
like they did all right. Cosileoew.dqn.
oCharlie Johnson. the Virginia, should be in when this
goe s to? pre. lin thalt we know of but
cet Io h ,S the dope on h tex day
trip we could o
the largest to th la
week have accounted It aWlltha, Inoa like
things are picking g up..
The Skip-Jack hooked a huge mako shla la &t 1weped that
really gave the folks a thrill. Te 14h qlearod C water-on hi
Jump faxrthMer than tle. bd ever wan AJ. J p before, est.
weight over 5,. dt. Mabe lt W locl l3nxmp trtd
uaing two hooik. 1~tl J~land more makoasha.
We fished' the Chirea river last Sunday with 311 Brooks.
The tarpon were trying but it wasn't qqr day. Bill letn beauty
on fly that woi4d have beaten his 35 pounder.
He has irom d to chk his leader water this loss.
We hooked over t, nice fslah but they ar t there If you
want to, try our lucZ Bl went back. MODna it caught a
28-pounder on. ly ro. It really sopili e tarpon
cnme up and tab a .y while t is ly twaternot

Mr i Racy Hart caught a 78 pound t bi a light glass.
rod last Wednesday. night and then wn tSih next Aight
and caught aO pounder. Tommy liba't and "v. have
been catching lots of smal tarpon on casting a
way this last week.
Can't make .up or .minds where to this week end the
dolphin and iLo'are In tha.edrit qfIBo, Te. are in
the river and isabhod be- a d jiSbh.nthe
air sla the best way to decide. h


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inre r.w nolvn and In a clan lad the leadrn IOer A brook puashd
Son:'iretch race for the 1954'a tpely frutab.thO 430s th Ace wSop tt ha I
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courses get as crowded as a' sui
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sarke flmeo.uio aed.in Ythe -w 4 Tear- In N m Leae
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zenith in ion.bail hitting.
The N to e slug QUE With two out and
x n' wlea _ioei ~i- BW like a mad m second base at Yankee
KibeS M and .Stadium theother afternoon,
Hink Saer scarely get a assi Mickey Vernon of the Senators
slnee in the AU-tartabulaur/O doubled to left field. Vernon turn.-
The one flaw the NaUoi ad too. seated bse and Was
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lives away or drive in more runs. -Jack James.
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in".asto L the h- ads crossed a e plate be
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catch, S. C., Rthaceway on a a, hre we gold.
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